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A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.
rum.isiiKii KVKiir TitcniDr mohnixh.
The Logan Printing and Publishing Co.
Vtnntt. C. t.iiwiiv,
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OFKIOR:-Iii llolllsfin Ulnck, Hm'itli Door,
Jutriul itt tliii l'ostollk'n In l.dKnn.Oliln, hi
Mtcoml (!! Mull Mrtlter.
Thursday, April 5, 1900
Mr. Albert H. I'nttnn and Miss
Funny Woods, both ol' Terry
County, neiir Mnxvillu, wero mar
ried Wednesday afternoon, at tlie
Methodist I'nrsonngo, .Row White
The Knights and Ladies of the
Maccabees will 've n dinner in
tho Hod Men's Hull on Wednesday,
April IS. ' A masquerade drill
will be given at the same place in
the evening. Don't forget tho
place and date.
Whether you wish to buy a
cream separator or not we will lit
pleased to call on you and explain
the benefits ot' '.the DK LAVAL
machine. Either 'phone or drop
us ti line today. A. N. Rill", Agt.,
Among the visitors to Athens on
Monday,' to attend the anniver
sary celebration of the eight-hour
labor law, were Judge "Wright, A.
L. Gabriel, I. 1. Kinser and fam
ily, Ed. Liy and Phil McCarthy
The Woniens Home Missionary
Society will hold a Saturday
market in Bay & Eray's window
at the store on Saturday, April 7.
Home mude bread, pies, cakes,
tc, will be on sale. The public
is earanestly requested to patronize
the market and help a worthy
MRS. RUG HANSEL Sec'y.
Mr. Clint Hule, of Rockbrdge,
who taught the school at Monday
this winter closed a very success
ful term of seven mouths there
last Friday. A large number of
visitors attended the exercises.
Mr. IIuls is one of the most ex
perienced teacher in the county
and has already been hired for an
eight months term at the same
placp with an increase of salary.
If yu own two or more cows
3'ou need a DE LAVAL cream
separator. You may have n free
trial of a DE LAVAL machine in
your own home upon request.
Give us a cnll. A. N. Riff, Agt.,
.T. N. Free, the "Immortal J.
N." was in Lancaster Wednesday
for probably tho Inst time. He
was bore between trains in chnrge
of tho infirmary directors, who
wero taking hini from Perry coun
ty to tho Wyandot county infir
mary, lie had an hnmenco roll of
newspapers under one arm and in
one hand curried a grip filled with
newspapers. Lancaster Democrat.
WANTED Traveling S a 1 e s
nian. Must furnish references
and invest $1000 in first clasB 0$
bonds. Salary and expenses paid.
Experience not required, we teach
business at our mills. The Wheel
ing Roofing nnd Cornice Company,
Wheeling, W. Va. Moll. 20 Ow
For sale or rent. 1 will sell my
farm of 132 ucrcb, about two miles
from Logan, on easy terms. Good
frame house and other buildings,
good location with gjod road to
town. Roth 'phones, free mnil de
livery and handy to school. About
10 acres of bottom and a big piece
of timber. Can give possession at
oncu. Would trade for desirable
town property. For particulars
cull on or address L. R. Ruble,
Logan, Ohio, Roth 'phones 21.
A DK LAVAL cream separator
will save you from $10 to .f IB per
cow each year of use over ull grav
ity sotting systems, and from $3
to 4'3 per cow over all other sepa
rators. A. N. Rill', Act., Logan,
Will Be Buried Here.
Mrj. Abide Locke Carlisle died
nt her homo In Phoenix, Arizona,
last Friday, of turbuculosis. Tho
remains are on the way to Logan,
nnd will bo interred hero. Mrs,
Cnrllslo was a sister of Mrs. Tda
M. Collins, who died hero only a
few weeks ago, mid formerly re
elded In Logan, She b survived
ly a husband and throo children,
The Troublos of Murray
City Resumed in Loijan.
A SPIRITED SCRAP
Between Detectives and
A spirited "scrap" took place
in f i out oT tho Court House at
noon Wednenduy, Mayor Dollison
making tho nrrcst of .Joseph
Swearingiii and (31ms. Girard, .f
Murray City. Tho young men
were atsessed .$1.40 each, and re
minded that they must keep the
peace while here. Giraid claimed
that Detective Woin, with whom
they contested, called him a vile
It will bo remembered that a
similar "set-to" was hnd in Mur
ray City a few weeks ago over the
The story goes that the Anti
Saloon League sent Detective
Wein, of Columbus, into Murray
City some weeks ago to catch the
saloon men selling on Sunday.
He put up at the Eagle Hotel un
der an assumed name. lie visited
the snloons liberally ond gambled
with the fellows.
On Sunday morning Wein came
down into the hotel ofiice nnd fein-
ing sickness, coaxed Swearingin,
the hotel man to go into the bar
of the hotel, and get him a drink
of whiskey. Swearingin refused
several times, saying ho did not
want to take the risk. Detective
Wein persisted, and professed to
be very sick, and went to the
closet, coaxing Swearingin to
bring him something soon. The
latter feeling torrj' for the fellow
went into the bar and carried the
man a drink of whiskey and jama
ca, to the closet and gave it to
The noxt morning Detective
Wein had Sweuringin arrested for
selling or giving away whiskoy on
Sunday. The detective worked a
similar racket "accross the Rhino''
in Athens county, but when the
case came up before Atty. Foster,
in Athens, he roasted Detective
Wein severely for suoh methods,
and dismissed the case.
The matter is now before the
grand jury hero, as well as thu as
sault on our streets.
There is this about it, wo are
for temporanco and for the en
forcement of laws and favor -the
good work done by the Anti-Saloon
League, but if the League is going
to resort to such dirty work as
this case alleges, wo want
nothing to do with thorn. They
don't need to sond any of their
"bums" to Logan, for we will not
countenance them. A wrong will
not help a right.
The April term of Common
Pleas Court convened hero Monday
morning, with Judge George Mar
tin on tho bench. The grnnd jury
went into session at once, witli W.
J. Kiggs as foreman, and their
session is not yet over. On Tues
day decisions wero given on a
number of demurrers and motions,
and assignment of the docket was
postponed till Saturday.
Yes. 100,000 times each day.
Does it send out good blood
or bad blood? You inow, for
good blood is good health;
bad blood, bad health, And
you know precisely what to
taks (or bad blood Ayer's
Sarsaparllla, Doctors have
endorsed it for 60 years.
Oat frequent cui c f bad blood 11 a ilugglih
llitr, 'J'lili pioducu cooilipatUm. PoUenuut
ub.uuc. f lli.il ubiojLmd lulu tho blwxl,
luilcad ut brinK rciuvxd tram Hit body dill
nature iutxulrd Keep lb bovruU open
wltUAjer'nMlU limjilU. All yefc-UMe.
1 A Made by J. O. Ayer Co., &owll. lltu.
Jm Alio auu&oturere o(
1 JLM f IUI8VIQ0B.
Mooting oi' Stockholders.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Logan Home Tele
phone Company was held at their
olllces hero yesterday. Reportu
for the past year showed a credit
able increase in tho business of
the company. They now have six
hundred and flfty-fivo subscribers
here, and fifty nioro in immediate
prospect. The sum of $1,000 was
appropriated for extensions, sov
ernl of which are nronosed, The
board of directors was inoronsod to
twelve, and the following members
eleotod: W. 11, Fleddorjohann,
Prcsidont: John Wellman, First
Vico Presidont: J. C. Brown, Sec
ond Vice President; .1. G. Collins,
Secretary and Genera! Manager;
H. G. Hauscl, Treasurer; F. L.
Van Gorder, R. IS. Longstroth,
Kdwin Flcddorjohunn, C. E. Bow-
on, A. '1'. Hall, O. S. Newman and
Colonel S. Weldy. Tho now audit
ing committee is comprised of
Messrs. O. S. Nowmnn, F. M.
McKuy and A. L. O'Neill.
The capital stock of tho com
pany was increased from $00,000
After 'Em In Indiana.
INDIANAPOLIS, Intl., March
,'50. For the state of Indiana
Warren J. Bigeler auditor of state
through Attorney General Miller
today filed suit in
tho superior court to collect $110
000 from John Oscar Henderson
who was nuditor of state from
Jan. 17, 1891, until Jan. 21, 1805.
It is charged that Henderson
is indebted to the state in the sum
of $110,000 for insurance tnxes re
ceived by him, wrongfully retain
ed and not paid into the treasury
of the state and on account of
other alleged irregularPies.
It is charged that fees wero
comitted from his reports.
This were errors in addition, it
is baid, by which the state lost.
Raciprocal fees, it is charged
were illegally retained.
Among the Churches.
r. a. cutnicn.
R. A. Powell Pastor.
Sunday School '.) a. m.
Preaching 10 a. m.
Junior '2. p. m.
Senior 0 p. in.
Preaching 7. p. m.
At Lutheran Trinity Church on
North Mulberry St., the service
next Sunday will lie conducted as
Sunday School at 0:30 a. in.
English Lenten servico 7:00 p. m.
H. W. WALKER; Pastor.
"The Xing in His Beauty A
Palm Sunday Meditation," will be
tho pastor's subject Sunday morn
ing. At seven p. m., Judge S. IT.
Bright will deliver an address on
"Tho Religion of Our Fathers."
H. E . Sparron
Lucile, tho infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spnrnon, died
at the ago of three months, Sun
day evening. Funeral services
wero conducted liy Rev, T. B
Whito, Tuesday afternoon nt two
o'clock, at the home, on East
O.VICD 01" THANKS.
Mi. and Mrs. II. E. Sparnon
and family desire to thank the
friends whoso kindly olllces were
tendered them during tho recont
illness, death, and funeral of their
infant daughter, Lucile.
II. K, fl'AKNON,
The Hooking County Agricult
ural Society held a mooting last
Saturduy to discuss plans for tho
county fair. They adjourned till
noxt Saturday to make final ar
rangements, I'rolmto Notice'.
Notliso I b limvliy kJvpii tlmt tlio folloTlna
Acrmmtsiiiid Voueliuru Imvo been lllod In
tliu I'l-oliuio Court of HouhliiK County. Ohio,
for II m iarllHtutl!uiiinl, inmrlos Nmio
luakur.Kxwtutor of tlio will nt Abriihum
lteu.ileceauHl, unci tliowiiiif will coimu on
for hvurlUK on tlio 5W, iuy of April A. 1). Ilnl
nt 10 o'clock n. hi., or us mjoii tUereultor us
. ,, , P.P. MAHTIN.
a pnisa-w rrobuhuuiiijo
John A. Williams visited with
his eon, David, and wifo in Logan
liit Sunday,. Charles Rose of
Logan, wan u town Sunday.
Cincinnati Treasurers Get
Cincinnati, March HO Late
this afternoon County Prosecutor
Rullson nnd County Legal Advisor
Iroton, In behalf of tho state, filed
civil suits against County Treas
urer R. K. Hynicka and Former
County Treasurers Tilden It.
French and John II. Gibson to l'o
cover amounts which, it is claimed,
wore paid to thum by banks. The
suits indicate the courso of the
special grand jury, which has
been for some days investigating
the question of deposits of county
Filed in tho common pleas court
tho action was taken up at once
by Judge Samuel Smith, demur
rers having been prepared by at
torneys for tho three defendants.
Tho suits mention the following
sums for recovery R. K, Hynicka,
$58,870; Tlldon R. French, $55,-7-10;
John II. Gibson, $07,004.
With the filing of the demurrer,
Prosecutor Rulison stated the case
and introduced as witness Harry
Walters, expert accountant.
Judge Smith then overruled tho
demurrer, gnvo judgmont for the
state and the amounts were for
mally announced as paid, the final
installments boing mnde today.
Prosecutor Rulison announced
that similar action would-be taken
against those former count' treas
urers, who havo declined to re
spond to Rulison'e request for a
Ono more good one added to the
bunch of stallions nc S. S. Ruble's
breeding barn, Logan, Ohio.
Da Komn 11918-1 :17-j standard
by breeding and performance. S.
S. Ruble has lately purchased tho
good old race horse Da Koma, with
a trotting race record of 2:17 to
ins credit of a winning race nt
Columbus, Ohio, Da Koma win
ning tiie 1, 2, nnd 0, heats. Con
stituting the race and winning his
record in the 0, ,heat. Da Koma
has won as many good lima fought
races through this country, Now
York and Michigan, his former
home, ns any trotter in this coun
try and lie is still as handsome
and good in appearanco ns ever
and his present owner thinks there
is still a fow more good race in
tho old bull dog trotter Da Koma,
and will likely race him through
this country in tho 2:18 trot, this
fall. But will make a season at
Ruble's barn first in connection
with Ruble's other five stallions,
making six in all.
Just drop in and look the old
trotter over. It may do home of
you some good.
S. S. RUBLE.
How It Will Effect Logan.
In tho matter of the $1000 Dow
tax on saloons, it is of some inter
est to know who will go up against
it and who will drop out. We
have interviewed tho saloon raon
and this is what they say to the
inquiry, "Will yon stay in tho
Tom Price "Speo' so,"
Ed. Price "Doged if I know."
W. J. Frnsh--"Can,t toll from
Cha8. Delshley "You hot your
L, J. Warner "Yes, sir, I'll stay
John Hastening "Will try it for
Ghas. Brandt "A fellow hardly
knows what to do,"
J. N. Slatzer "Can't toll yet."
Bowon it Wanor "I should say
Herb Hot "I'm here to stay."
Joe Brookor "Sure."
Collins "Strike woiries me more
than the $1000.
John McLaughlin "Will try It."
John Lohr "Do- (, know.
Gallipolls, Aprij 1, Several
Important conferences were held
in this city last weok between
Sherman II, Eagle, M. E, Bemnn,
the banker of Thurnmn and Hollis
C. Johnston, oxepeakor ef the
house of representatives, looking
to the establishment of peneo bo
tween the Eagle and Johnston fac
tions. It is said they have come
to an understanding and in Hie
future will be found working in
yuj Jiir.nmiinwwwpFuxj' juuuiJi,UiLMjiui"tiiKiJi ujJMLi-wpqrmi'u uiuiHimnpr
0 u n s Girl Gets Into
A pretty little girl of 1(1 yonrs,
nuiiipd Eva Minllh, Was bound over
to Court by Mayor Dollison. Wed
nesday for stealing $50 in monoy
nnd a $1500 draft on tho Logan
Tho Smith girl has boon mound
Logan for some weeks, and has
been watched sumo by tho police
force becatiso of her not having
any fixed plncc of abode Of late
sho secured employment nt the
Star Rosturnnt as chamber maid.
On Wednesday morning Uncle
Joe Kincestrick, who boards at
tho rcsturaut, reported to the
Mayor that he missod a pocket
book from his room containing $50
in monoy nnd a $1500 draft. The
money was two twenty dollnr (bills
and a ten. The polico wont to
work on the case, and in 0110 hour
had Eva Smith in the toils,
Trial was had nnd testimony de
vulged tlio fnct that this girl did
tho cleaning up in Kinecstrick's
room that day. That sho had
"busted" a $20 bill at Rochestcr
Lytle's store and also a $20 bill at
the Wellman, Steinman fc Yontz
store, nnd nt tho People's Store
spent money freely.
She was bound over to court for
larceny in the sum of $800 bond,
not giving same, was remanded to
jail. Her case will come up this
term of court as the grand jury is
now in session.
Mrs. P. E. Lama was a business
visitor in Logan Monday, and
Bpent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Jndwin. . .Hiram Menzie,
Groyer Barron, Hurley Kuhn and
Richard Gibson spent Sunday
evening with frionds in Logan.
. .Mrs. Julia Dow and two child
ren of Logan, spout Tuesday witli
relatives and friends in this city.
. . Mrs. Fred Weymeuller of Logan,
was the guest of her sons in this
city Friday.. .Miss Emma Rodda
and Grace Nerrick and
Bain npont Tuesday in
Athens, O., Maich ;ll The
authorities of Athens county are
investigating a probable murder
at Modoc, where Hurley King was
found dead in a pool of blood in
Leisure's saloon. By tho man's
side lay a revolver, with tho empty
shell missing. Thoro was a bullet
hole in the man's brain nnd the
authorities nro inclined to bolievo
that ho was murdered, as it would
have been practically impossible
for him to hnvo removed tho empty
shell after having shot hiuiBolf.
King was 20, married and lived
Tlio Btnto of Ohio, Hocking County, h
Pursuant to tlio uomuinurt of an onliirof
unlo in partition to mo Ulruclt'il from tlm
Court of Common I'loax of HouklitK County,
Ohio, l will otTer nt.l'nbllu Hule upon t lit.
Saturday, tiie 5llt day of May, 1901,
it ono o'clock n. m tlio folInwl"u roiil os
Into sltuuto In tliu irnld county of IIockltiK,
NtnteofOhlo nnil In Suit Orook township,
nnd hounded nnd dosorihed us follows,
llJlng thououth one half U0 of th north
mist (luartor of auction nfteou (in;, township
olevon un.nuiKu (10), and fractional lot No
uiuo (I'), rofMrenco huluc had to Hook A.
Kecordu of I'hiiu of Krnotloual lou of Hock
ing county, Ohio, containing In all olKhtv
Itvu and' ulghly-ono unit uundrvdtfix
(B5BM0O) neies, more or loss.
Itiilnu tlio southeant iiimi tor of suction lit
icon (15), township clovou 111), rmigo nlnu.
toon 'Pi Bftld township and contuiului; nun
hundred nnd sixty acres (icoi, mart or le.x;
also thonorthwost iiuartor of tho northttatft
(juurtor of suction twenty-two m, town.
shlpelovun ill), rmiuo iilnotcon (iU), said
township Mini county, contain forty (IU),
ucrus, ull contulnlnu two hundred p) ucrus
more or los,
Ilulna tho aouthwont niiurfiir nf konilim
fourteen (ill, township cloven (11), range
rnntnliiliitfont) hundioil nnd seventy acres
I I7ii) ncie.i, tiKHO or Iu3s,
iiinuiruii itivi. on u uiwimmii nun I'fiunrv.
First tract $l,:mo.oo
Second tract lA.Oikl.oi
Third tritvt 17,111000
To he sold by order of the Court In the enso
wherein Ilortlm it. l-ntrollotto 01 ol, nr
Plaintiffs and Kdmond 1', Smith ct nlde
feudiiutM, (hue No. ii75l. Hoc. 10. J'agu mi.
TuriiiKofsalo Uno third cash on day of
sale, one third in one year, and 0110 ihlid In
iwoyeurs theieaflor, with 0 per cent, Inter
cut, deferred payments to ho secured hy
mortitago on tlio promises sold.
OKOItfilS II Wir.TiXAMHQK.
Klierltr of Hocking County, I).
J. li. ltliuon und Robert Hwluehart,
Attorneys fur 1'luliilllt.
Map . cowjfkfc'aa (teals luagi
. 1 n wi
ny Ribbl EMU, G. lllllSCIl of Chlcndo
LONG with tlio other social settlements let us open a settle-,
incut for tho benefit of tho MILLIONAIRES' SONS.
Most of those rich young men are failures. Tho successful
one, ns wo count success, is tlio oxcoptiou. It seoms to me
that llio rich nro to lie pitied.
Charity, ns tho word is known today, is only a bribe of moneyed
men to innko n community FORGET TIIE WRONGS heaped upon
it. "Charitable people" give monoy so that they may appear in the
guiso of benefactors. Charity, as it is known nowadays, is only a clonk
to innko peoplo think tho giver is deserving of praise.
Away with the word charity. .Wo don't want to bear the word in
Hctlloinont work. Tlio people of any neigbborhood will refuse to
come lo tlio settlement, tlio boys and girls -will remain away from it
if OUAIUTV lurks within theso walls.
Jn place of the word charity lot us substituto the word "philan
thropy." This tho better word. It means tbo LOVE OF MAN
KTN ID, not simply charity for mankind. It is' this spirit that baa'
moved the founders of nil settlements. The settlement, workers in
giving themselves to others receive much more than they give. Their
lives have become richer and their souls have become gladdened.
Those who give their live3 to a community RECEIVE much more
thnn they bring to it.
As a matter of fact the children ono hears playing in the street are
superior any way lo many of those on tho boulevards. The people of
tho Ghetto often arc superior to tho residents of tho avenues and bou
levards TI1K RTC1 ARE TO BE PITIED. Let us establish
settlements for the rich men's sons.
.Many of tho rich men at tho clubs are far LESS EDUCATED
thnn the workingmen of the poorer districts. The latter read, and
thoy progress along educational lines. Ask the rich man at the club if
he has read this or that book which goes lo make men nobler and
better and stronger in mind. lie will shako his head IN IGNOR
ANCE. Ask many of these peoplo of the Ghetto the same questions,
and they will brighten up with the knowledge they have gained from
those books through long hours of study.
You hear some rich women go back to the boulevards and tell their
friends that they have been over in the settlement. They act as if they
had done something brave. They tell how unclean the people are
and what sights they found there. THEY WANT SELF ADO
RATION and so they pretend that they have done a wonderful act.
THAT IS NOT THE SPIRIT
NOT CONDESCENSION TO GO
Society Has Its Diseases
As Well as the Individual
lly Professor CHAItLLS A. EIAVOOD. University of Missouri
OVERTY, vice and crime,
nro SICKNESSES OF SOCIETY and can be cured by
science, as ills of tho body can bo cured by science. OIIAR
ITY must be organized and systematized if it is to be kept
from BECOMING AS GREAT A QURSE as the ills it seekii to
prevent. UNSCIENTIFIC CHARITY CAUSES HALF THE
SUFFERING it attempts to cure, but it cannot cure even half tho
suffering it causes. IT PERPETUATES THE PAUPER. True
charity would see that every epileptic, insane and hereditary criminal
shall bo tho last of his own race. There are more than 10,000 defec
tive persons, insane and opileptic, nt largo in tho city of St. Louis.
CRIME COSTS this country more than $000,000,000 a year, FAR.
MORE THAN THE VALUE OF THE WHEAT CROP and
the present cost of education throughout tho United States. , ,
To bo effective charily should bo based on investigation, actual
knowledge and porsonal sympathy. Theso throo principles are tho
A B C of THE NEWEST OF THE SCIENCES, THAT OF
PHILANTHROPY, which is the "applied science of sociology, as
medicine is tho applied science of physiology. Physiology teaches the
causes of tho diseases which medicine must cure. Philanthropy, this
new science, MUST CURE THE ILLS OF WHICH SOCIOL
OGY TEACHES. ' .
THE PROBLEM OF "EUGENESIS," OF SECURING ENVIRON-'
MENT FOR CHILDREN THAT WILL EDUCATE THEM AWAY FROM
CRIME AND INTO GOOD CITIZENSHIP, IS THE PREVAILING PROB
LEM OF OUR TIMES.
Virtue Decreases as Religious
Sentiment Is Destroyed
By Justice MORGAN J. O'MUEN of the New York Supreme Court
OCIALTSM is strong in Germany. It is growing steadily, and
its progress is radical. War, we aro assured, MUST COME
between England nni Germany for supremacy on the seas.
Tho massing of largo numbers of the population in ono place,
which will increase with tho contury, will tend to strengthen tho forces
of Socialism and matorialism, tho result necessarily of tho enormous
wealth of tho fow AND THE POVERTY OF THE MANY.
And thus, upou a larger field and under new and untried condi
tions, will bo fought out tho battlo between roligion and morality on
tho one sido and Socialism and materialism on tho other, aud upon the
outcomo will depend the dofent of tho realization of tho aspirations'
and HOPES OL1 DEMOCRACY".
A fact that stands prominently forth in our history is that virtue
has decreased in proportion to tho destruction of the religious senti
ment niiipng our peoplo.
IT REQUIRES NO PROPHET TO TELL VHAT MUST RE THE
INEVITABLE IF 80ME CHECK TO THE RAPID INROADS OF 80t
CIALI8M AND MATERIALI8M CANNOT BE FOUND.
Small Farm for Sale.
Consisting of 1IH noros, good
young orchard, well watered,
house, stable, shop aiid all neces
sary out buildings, Will soil or
trado for town property. Situated
at Ewing, six miles from Logan.
Known as tho T, K, Limning prop
erty. Inquire of Warren Lanuing,
OF SETTLEMENT WORK. IT
INTO THE WORK, BUT IT 18
the triple curse of the human ract,
Notice of Appointment
EsUle of Joint FrauaU, dcenl. I'll
uuderalKticd list been appointed mid uuall.
(loil a admlnNtrtrl. of ,Uo tutatoof JuUu
Kruuoli. late of Hookliif couuly, deceM4,
iiMieu win -,-om, nav 01 Huron a, u. ikm.
MiHV A.I,1UK ntANOIS
Notice of Appointmnt
KitaUol AututSwr!uflaUei4, -Tbt
nUderilvued lm bteu apolnld Dd quail,
fled administrator ct the eUt of Anna
Hwtarliitfln, late of Hojklug couutr. d.
iieated. atd tlilttettudayuf UmnuX. li.
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