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AMERICAN OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK
ENDORSE AMERICAN REMEDY. PE-RU-NA.
Twenty-Eight Army Generals
Send Letters of Endorsement
To Dr. Hartman, the Inventor
No other catarrh remedy in the world
h received sueli mutinied eulogy
from so mauy ruiiowned statesmen and
military men as I'eruua.
Ceil. O'Belrne or Washington, I). c,
Vrlten: "As many of my friends ami
citmalnUncei have successfully liked
your fvruujL as a catarrh cure, I feel
that It I au effective remedy, and I lee
ommeiid it as such to thou suffering
from that (Unease as a mott hopeful
iource of relief." .lames It. 0' Holme,
aw JJroadwHy, Washington, D. C.
General S. S. Yoder of Ohio,
AV-itCiC "Iluive found 1'oruna to be a
-wonderful rented . t ouly used 11 for a
Hliort time and am thoroughly satisfied
ai to Its merits." S. S. Vodor, Wash
ington, IX C.
AA" rites: "I cau recommend I'eruna to
nil thoiio v ho ate a filleted with catarrh."
D. T. KIrh , Washington, 1). C.
Urliadler-Geuerul KlnS of Confederate
"Writes: "I unhesitatingly state that I
am convinced I'eruna Is a medicine that
will effect all the cures that are claimed
forJtsuse." .1. .Floyd King, Washing
ton, J). C.
General Smalls, Beaufort, S. C,
Writes: "1 have used i'eruna for ca
tarrhal trouble and find it beneficial
and to be all that it promises, and freely
give it my unqualified recommenda
tion." ltobert Smalls.
General Abbott of Washington, d. C,
Writes: "I am fully convinced that
your remedy i'eruna is an excellent
tonic. Many of my friends liavo used
It with the moat henellcial results for
coughs, colds and catarrhal trouble."
Ira C. Abbott, 900 f St., X. W., Wash
ington, D. C.
Captain Yarnell or Washington, D. C,
Writes: "Your medicine, I'eruna, I be
l'teye to be the best medicine for catarrh
on. the market. I have taken only a
small amount, and cau see very benefi
cial results." W. G. Yarnell, 23 .Lin
coln street, X. E., Washington, D. C.
General McDrlde of LI. S. A.,
"Writes: "I have no hesitation in rec
ommending i'eruua to all persons who
are afflicted with catarrhal troubles."
J. 1). Melinite, 150 Pennsylvania Ave.,
JS. W., Washington, 1). v.'
General Noskc of 0. V. U
"Writes: "I commend i'eruna to those
who aro troubled vrith colds, producing
ta.-rh, si a moat euicacloua euro and as
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a good general tonic." Chas. P. Noskc,
2VS it St., X. W., Washington, D. C.
General Erwln's Recommend.
"Many of my friends have used I'e
runa as a dyspepsia remedy with the
most beneficial results." John It.
Rrwln, AVashington, D. C.
Brig. General Schcll Benefited.
"Peruna U indeed a wonderful tonic,
and for coughs and colds I know of
nothing better." V. M. Schell, Wash
ington, D. C.
General Duffleld of the Union Army,
Writes: "I have used Pel una in my
family and have found It a valuable
medicine, and take pleasure in recom
mending it to all who sutler from ca
tarrh of the stomach or who require a
tonic of efllciency." The Cairo, Wash
ington, T). C.
General Butler of South Carolina,
Writes: " can recommend Peruna for
dyspepsia and stomach trouble. I have
been usim; your medicine lor a short
period and feel very muuli relieved. It
is indeed a wonderful medicine, besides
a good tonic." M. O. Uuller.
Gen. Powell, Meeker Post No. 443,
Writes: "After using one bottle of Pe
runa i became convinced of itscuratlvd
qualities, and continued it.-, uso to dale.
All symptoms of catarrh havo disap
peared, yet I continue its moderato use
as a preventive, and an old man's tonic."
W. II, Powell, P.ellevlllo, 111.
Gen. Sebrlng of the Confederate Army,
Writes: "I can cheerfully recommond
your valur ble' remedy Peruna as a very
excellent tonic, and also good for coughs,
colds, catarrh and general debility."
W. II, Sebrlng, lit W. 4th St., Jackson
General Payne of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "I join with my comrades in
recommending Peruna to my friends as
an invigorating tonic to build up the
system." Eugene B. Payne, -107 1th St.,
X. W., Washington, I). 0.
General Talley of Pa. Vol. U. S. A,
Writes: "Your Peruna has been used
by me and my friends as a relief for ca
tarrhal tioublcswlth the most beneficial
results. J am so convinced of the efficacy
of Poruna that 1 do not hesitate to give
it my recommendation." Win. Cooper
Talley, 713 1 St., X. E., AVashington,
General Blgelow Cured.
Geti. .1. U. Bigelow, 151 O rit.,X. W.,
Wafhlnglon, D. C.. m sites:
"PeruDJi has mad me well and it has.
given me more dan ordinnry strength
uu'J spii it foi work," J. G. Blcelow,
General Cliasc, Asst. Adj. Gen'l G. A. R.,
Writes: "Tho excellence of Peruna as
a cure or relief for catarrhal disturb
ances is well established. Mnnyof my
friends havo been benefited by its uso."
11. P. Chase, LIS Harrison St., Ana
General O'Connor of U. V. Legions,
Writes: "If you aro suffering from ca
tarrh or physical debility, immediately
commence the use of Peru nil. It has
been of tho greatest benefit and service
to many of my friends." Dennis
O'Connor, 73S 3!iiid St., X. W., Wash
ington, D. O.
Gcn.Wrlglit of the Confederate Army,
Writes: "I take pleasure in recom
mending Peruna. Tt is a remarkable
medicine and should be uted by persons
who aro in need of a good tonic and by
sufferers from catarrli."-MarcusAVrIght,
1721 Corcoran St., Washington, D. O.
Gen. Ilnivlcy of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "I havo used Peruna and find
it very beneficial for kidney tiouble
and especially good for coughs, colds
and catarrhal troubles." A.P.IInwley.
Brig. Gen. Cook, of Washington, D. C,
Writes: "As a number of my friends
and acquaintances hava used Peruna aa
a catarrh cure with good results, and aa
I am now using it bonoflclally, I can
safely recommend its uso to persons
suffering from this disorder." 6eo. AV.
Gen. Mlddlcton of Washington, D. C,
AVrites: "Your preparation of Poruna
as a euro for catarrh as well as a tonic
doserves tho gratitude of those afflicted
with that disease as well as .physical
prostration. I have been much bene
fited in every respect in various ways,
and 1 feel it a duty to recommend its
usefulness to my fellow cltlzons." John
General Sypher of Washington, D. C,
AArrites: "After suffering for years with
neuralgia, I was persuaded by a friend
to uso your remedy, Peruna, and after
giving it a fair and thorough trial, I
can now cheerfully recommend Poruna
to any ono who is suffering with
neuralgia. It is also an excellent tonic."
J. II. Syphor.
Brig. Gen. Gibson of Washington, D.C.,
AVrites: "Poruna is not only a remedy
for colds and catarrh, but also an ad
mirable tonic and should bo in overy
household. I cor. mend its possession
and use to all poysons. Am using it
myself with good lesults." A, G.
Gen. Henderson of Washington, D, C,
AVrltos: "Poruna has boonusod In my
family with tho very best results, and I
tako pleastiro in recommending your
valtuiblo remedy to my frlbnds as a flno
lonlo and effective euro for catarrh."
Maj. Gen. Armstrong of Washing
ton, D. C
AVrites t "An many of my old comrades
and friends lmvo boon greatly huucllted
by the uo of Poruna for catarrhal
troubles, I heartily join In their en
dorsement of its curative qualities."
V, 0, Armstrong. ,
General Pctlys of the U, V. U.,
AA'rllus: "it affords moploaBiiro to soy
thatsomoof my patients who havo usod
Poruna us a tonic and also for catarrhal
troubles, have been groatly benefited
by tho same. 1 am satisfied of tho ex
cellence of tho samo," Oharlos Pottys.
General Lcgg.of Washington, D. C,
AVrites: "1 takoplcasuro in endorsing
tia many recommendations I havo
heard and read of Poruna, becauso of
having hud knowlcdgo of tho truth of
so many of them,
"Wo always toll our sick and ailing
friends of tho remedies that wo havo
learned, from experience, wero good
for us when ailing in tho same way, and
we do it as a duty wo feci Ihnt wo owo
"Why is it any tho loss our duty to
advlso all tho people wo can vhcu svo
know of a good and comparatively In-,
expensive remedy that makes many
cures, and benoflts in almost all caecsT
"My own llttlo personal oxperh-nco
of being roliovcd of deafness, caused by
aslegoof catarrh, warrants mo In ad
vising all tho afflicted to just try
Poruna." A. M. liegg.
Col. Sliatswcll of Washington, I) C,
AVrites: " I command Pcrinm as a most
agreeable as well as offcctlvo medielno,
Catarrh and catarrhal colds aro checked
and generally cured by a Judicious upr
of it. It is a good promotor of digestion
and Is an cxcellont reinody fur a weak
stomach. It tones up tho appcllle and
is not at all disagreeable to tako."
Captain Jackson of Washington, I). C,
AA'rltes : " I am oighty-throo years old,
a veteran of the Black Hawk, Mexican
and Civil AA'ars. Somo years ago I was
seriously affected with catarrh of the
stomach. After tho use of three bottles
of Poruna every appearance of my
complaint was removed."
If you do not derive prompt nnd satis
factory results from the uso of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartimui, giving a,
full statement of your case and hu will
bo pleased to give j-ou his luahle ad
Address Dr. Hnrtman, President ot
Tho Ilurlman Sanitarium, Columbus, Q,
All correspondence, held confidential.
Mr. Clint. Llntlnry, of tho Hnck
linilfli', hurt Itron peon qtt6 often
on thin rlt'ge.
Sir. tinmen Wonlcvcr, of Codnr
drove, wiih il;o Kutidn evening
Kiicstof iMIrb Klllo iiufmiefi, of
jAUh Flonttio Buintor wan tho
.Siindny gtiOBfc of Miss Blnnolio
Hrown, of 1'lno Grove.
Misfe Inez Kollor enlled on Minn
I'Iohbio Hnittlor recently.
Mr. Itobort Gordon 1b anon quite
frequently nt Pino Grove Ohtiroh.
Mrs. Snrnli Donley Is not niuoh
Improved in health nt thi writing.
Miss Inez ICollor was n btiBineiB
enllcr in Logan, tSuturdny.
Mr. Curious Whitornft, of Glbo
town, wns Hccii on our streotfl Sun
tiny. M r. .ToBeph IIufllneB and wife
hroko bread with Mr. Fred Conklo
and family Sunday,
Miss Edna Keller returned to
Columbus last Saturday, she Iiuh
been the guest of her sisters hero.
Mr. Emery Haintor nnd wlfa
wero l ho guests of Jacob Baintor,
Mr. Pearl liull'man, of Itock
bridge, has boon visiting his moth
er, Mrp. Sarah Lima, of this place.
M r. Emery Hulllnos wns seen
passing through hero Monday.
Mr. Pearl Kuhn, of Gibisonvillo,
visits cur school quite frequently.
Notion of Appointment'
Rtnto of Jornmiah Potorson, decee(.
Tlin uivlcrslgned lum been appointed anil
imllllO(l ns nilmiuistrator of .leromlah
rotnronn Idtnof Hocltlnu county, decensd.
Diiteil tills 2'tli dnv of February A. D. 1WW.
JOHN WOrl'Z, Admlnlitraler.
Ahircli 22 i!w
Nottco Is linrotiy Riven tbntthn followlns
Accounts nnrt Voucbom hae boen tiled In
the I'rohaUs Court of IlockltigCounty.Oblo,
Tor first nnd llnal settlement, a. W. Dolll
son Administrator f tho estate of Qeor
V. Kull. of Marlon Township, dfceasod, and
the name will come on for nenrlnit on th
27, day or April A. 1). 1WG. at 10 o'cloi-k n. m.
or us soon thernuftor as rav b convenient.
F. 1'. MAHTIN.
April r, n-w Probate Judge.
Notice of Appointment.
I'stnti) of Apple W. Duskey, deceased.
The undersigned linH boen appointed and
(liinlltled as AdmlnlHtraiiir of tliu ustate of
Apple V. Duslctiv, lato of iiocklug Oounty,
dfcenscd, Dntert tbU2nd.,duy of April A.
April C n-w Admliilsuator
nt jifir r m : 'v .
i ir & xmKu -
"Spare us good Lord," from
those persons who certainly stick
their noses into other people's
business how universal this habit
is, but how quickly it would be
cured if the nose increased tr
each time it was used; ItAUl gos
sip degenerates those who utter
it more thnn it injures those it
maligns, in this wonderful era
talk about without indulging in
cheap gossip or venomous slnnd
er. Dan Huok called on C. If.
Kt'ialiiey lam Wednooday.
Mr. Peter llutten and son John
were ISloomlngvilln visitors last
Mrt). Mary Lyon called on Mrs
Clara Cain lattt Tuesday, M.
and Mrs. liitrnhart was the gueat
of Mrs, C. Beery lust Thnrsdny.
Ohns. Lyons onlled on Mr. and
Mrs, George Amorlne one day
Mr. Henry Williurns was a Lo
gan visitor last Wednesday.
Jol Hooper and Jake Ttedreo, of
near Mt. Pleasant called on Jim
Cain InHt Tuesday,
Mr. Olmu. Lyons, has disposed
of bis Brooksldo Farm to Mrs,
Euiens who will nieve to his new
home in tho nenr future.
Bliss Clara Deil'enbough was n
liuslness vUitor at- Laurelvllle
Harloy Kaiklosch and Miss Clara
Dell'enbaugh went to llesboro Sat
urday afternoon to meet tho school
board, Miss Deft'enbaugh will
teach ono month of school at the
lies school cooiiuoi:oiiig the iirst of
Mr. find Mrs. rliff Walker was i
the gueits of Mr. and Mrs. Caleb
Davis Sunday and Monday and
will Joave for their new home at
Starr this week.
Chap. Lyons called on John
And Woodgard and daughter
Rebecca, left for Logan' Sunday.
to the house by a stick, straw or
enything she can pick up suitable
for the purpose, whieh she per
forms by placing end in his mouth
and taking the other end in her
A few nights ago while George
Voting and .TnkeBainter, Jr., were
returning from ehurch a light ap
peared iu a fiold jus! outside the
road and supposing that Joe Iluf
tines who was going their road had
just lighted his lnntein and turned
oir to shun the mud, and ms it
scorned to be moving in the direc
tion they wero intending to go
they followed nnd tried to over
take it but the faster they walktd
that much faster it seemed to
travel ?o that they r.cithor gained
nor lost ground and that they con
cluded that it was just a trick of
Mr. Iluflines. They followed un
til striking a pine thicked of un
der brush. This led to a bench of
Mr. Woodgard will attend court
this week and his daughter will i rooks whore it. disappeared In n
visit her sister Mrs. Chas. Kennedy I canyon below which had tho boys
continue to follow. They would
have been precipitated over a fall
of about 00 feet.
Turning the' retraced their
Htops till they got through tho
brush when they boenmo bowildor-
and stumbled around in the dark
several hours without a knowledge
of whither they were traveling,
and Mrs. Rufus Johnson near Lo
Earl Steel called on Homer Hut
Mr. Edwards, Homer Iliitton,
Jim Cain nnd son. Georgo Barn
hart and son Will, Chan, Lynn and
C. H. Reichley wore among I he
Bloomlngvillo visitors Saturday,
Henry Williams loHt a valtiablol when they struck an old
cow last week. ! partly filled with hay in
Mis3 Nellie Mountealled on Mrs,
Ella Barnhnrt Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Lynns wore
Logan visitors Monday.
Miss Clara Deffenlmugh closed
her sohool Wednesday at No. !,
Mr. John O'Hnra has moved to
Sain Uannells' farm on Queer
Jim Cain was at Smock Sunday.
Protracted meeting finished at
Pine Grove last Monday night af
ter being in progress a llttlo over
a week without any conversions
Miss Mazlo Lama is the proud
recipient of a cotiplo of whlto rab
bits which wore presented to her
by her cousin, Mr, Edwards, of
Rcokbridgo, ono of which has the
misfortune of being blind, which
obstacle is somewhat overcome by
the kind regard his mate has in
bestowing upon Jilm the greater
part of her attention by following
him whoreever lio oes and when
scenting danger leading him back
without ceremony thoy took lodg
ing till morning. When thoy
found themselves thoy were no
moro thnn u quarter of mile from
tho place where they first saw
Low KoeBtnr was Been on this
ridge tho other evening moving
north through a snow storm with
his oap turned so as to coyer his
right eav and with his left hand
covering the other ho was heading
toward Jake Bainters,
Bert Vorhees is practising on
the violin, Ho had already
learned t play several pieces, and
is now praoMng on tho well known
pleco(thoGIrl I Left Behind Mo."
The MIB4C3 Flossie Bumter and
Luoy Keller paid Mrs, Margie
Noll' a visit by wlimo they were
entertained a couple of day last
Mr, Jlarney Zelgler is the happy
posesser of j a new born son,
which makes him tho father of 10
children the most of whom aro
boys and girls.
Did you follow the usual rule,
And greet your friend with an April fool.
Miss Dorcas Bailey, of Colum
bus, is visiting her parents of this
Mrs. Oliver Crawford, of Nol
sonvil'c, in company with her
mother, Mrs. Henry Davis, of
Candytown, visited Mr. nnd Mrs.
John Shunk last Wednesday.
Miss Clara Chute, who has been
I in Lancaster for sometime, return
ed home a few days ago
Mrs. Minner, or Nelsonvil'e.
spont Inst Sunday with her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. S. Rhodes.
Mr. Philip Parry, of Nelsonvillc,
visited his father, Mr. Thomas
Parry, last Sunday.
Mr. Thomns Coe, of the State
Farm, spent last Sundny with his
father, Louis Coe.
Mr. James Lewis, of New PittE
burg, visited at tho homo of Mr.
Joseph Spoonor last Sunday.
G. W. Ross arid J. H. Blosser
wero in Buohtel last Saturday.
Our band boys plnyod in Athens
Monday. We think tho commit
tee did wisely, in selecting them to
furnish the musio for tho eight
hour day oolobrntion.
Mr. Ezekiol Coiroy spent part of
last week in Irouton.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Green, Jr.,
Miss May Green, Mrs. Frank
Green, Mr, Isaac Blosser, Mrs.
Wm. Briley and daughter, all of
this place, spent Monday in
only the youth but also the middle
agod man and older ones, and J
think thnt every father and moth
er thnt holds the purity nnd chas
tity of their boys and girls above
the value of the dollar aro of the
Protracted meeting is in pro
gress at tho M. E. Church at this
place Conducted by Rev. Vaughn.
Mr. Frank Toolo and Miss
Blnncho Cooper both of this place
wore united in Holy Matrimony
March. 25 by Rev. Warehimo,
May their future life be happy
Mr. Andrew Woodgoard was
called to Logan last Monday to
to act as jurymnn.
The many friends of Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. L. Hutchinson will bo
sorry to see them lenve our village
Mr. Hutchinson has heen P. M, at
this plajo for some time and has
made a good P. M. and will bo
Quite a crowd attended tho
party nt Henderson's hall last week
all report a good time.
School closed at this place labt
Monday, Ethel Black teacher.
Mr. Pllla Ankron has been qui to
sick, but is some better at present.
Tho Board of Education met
last Saturday at the School house.
Mr. Silas Eby is going to moye
saw mill to W. Va. Whoro ho has
contracted to saw R, 11. ties.
I To Levy Special Asssessments for the Purpose of Pay
j ing a Portion of the Expensa of Improving Galla
i gher Avenue from Main Street to the H. V. Rail
road Property by Paving and Curbing.
lie It ordnlncd by tho Council ol tbo Village ol I.ornn, Ohio:
Section 1. Thnt to pay tho portion or the costs nnd expense1! for tbo improvement of
OnlliifjherAvonuu ftom Its Intersection with ilnln Htrcot to If. A'. H. It. property by pav
ing nnd curbing siimu, licioiofoio ilctormlnul to bo Hpcclnlly assessed upon the property
abutting upon said rtiont to-wlt: Forty-nlna llfllotliB Ti-sil) of tho wliole cunt exclusive
of the luteripctltiiis Hum o be levied iimlnHe9-ud upon each foot ftontof the lots nnd ImidK
nbuttliiK upon Mild Improvement dcsorlbed In tbo sebodulo of lots and lands hereunto nl-
j tai'iieii nun inane a pari oi iiih oHiinaiiee, ine iiiu ot ?a o.r per mot irout or the soveral
uiuouutd noreiu sciiorin,
Scctlon2. Tim teach of t.nbl lots or ti acts of abut tine hind aro hmeby determined to be
bonofltted by Mild lmpiouimuit In tin n mount not les.s than the nSReismenta hereby
levied npon tho hame.
Flection it. That the total ncpostinent nijiilnst each lot or tract of land Khali bn pnvabln In
cash v lthln idltlajb from tbo date of the llnal pnn'-aKo of tblHoidlnaiice, or In ten equal
iinuunl liiHtnlliinmts with Inteieston deferied payments at the lato of I per cent, per an
num, afterdue, nt tbo option of tbo owner.
Sfctlon i. All ensh payments shall bo made to tbo A'lllaco Treasurer, All lnitallinPUtH
of nssciss'i-i'nts together with Interest on rnninlnliiK liiHtaflmoiitHof imsesiimeiits shall tin
ciirtllled by tho A'lilaKo Clerk tothoUounty Auditor, on or before tb. second Holiday In
Hoptomborannunlly, to bo by him placed upon the tax dtiplicato and collected nsothnr
tnxes nro collected.
Section r Thnt all cash payments of snld iissossmonts, toROther with nil Installments
of assessments aud all portions thereof, sluill be applied to the payment of tho bonds
heretofore Issued or to be Issued foi tbo purpose of ImprnUiiKof Gallagher Ave
nue from Us lntirsectlon with Main Htioot to tho 11. V. K. It. property, and to the pay
ment ol the Interest theiron as tho sumo shall become clue, nnd to no other puiposo what
soever. Hectlou (i. That this ordlnnnce shall t-ilce olTcol and lm In form from and aftor tbo nafll
ost period allowed byhuv.
SlIHKJUJl.n OF LOTS.
A list of the property owners fronting on Galhiher Aonuo nnd showlni; the ftsiewmt'it
of each at 8.107 per front foot.
Mrs. Tom O'harra who has been
! quite nnnrlv is somo bettor at this
We aro glad that Goyemor wrl tliitr
. i -
School will clow at Dlst. No. I
Wednesday ArpH 4.
Mr. Leoy Brown of W. Va is
viBiting relatives at this place.
Mr. David Eby Is ( closing" his
stock of groceries and iH going
out of business,
Mr, George Johnson who has
been yery sick with lung fever, is
some better at this writing.
Mr. E, E. Ohilcoto is not much
Pattisou still lives and is on the
road to recovery, notwithstanding
wo hnve had somo to wish for his
death, and othors wish that tho
first Governor that picked up the
pen to sign u bill thnt provides
for $1000 Daw tax would become
paralyzed so bad that he could
nevtr see six inches. In our opin
ion it matters not what Governor
signs suoh u bill, the Lard will
never strike them blind or para
lyze them, or at least he will not
do it in nnsnor to suoh prayers as
that, for we read in the book of
St. John ninth chapter, thirty-first
Terte, language like this, "Now
wc know thnv God houreth not sin
ners." So what is the use of suoh
people to pray to God to strike
down iJgliteQiis man for doing his
duty. I think $1000 is a very
small sum for a man to pay for
the privilege to sell the grog that
damns the youths of the land, not
NA.MCS (IK OWM1US
V, (t 8, Kcssler
F. H. Kessler . . .
Thomas Hiolw oil
F.ifcH. K ussier ..
.1. It. .Mcl.nlii
.Mnry A f.nppen
William I ls'ey . ...
i:dwln 1'ilco .'...,
l.l'OIUIIll Vl'iAMir .
F. F ltiup ..
.lolin 11, Ililght
John mid lllln Bchempf .
Hon Fields , ,,.,
Houston ii Nlcdinlas . . ,
Houston ,t Nluhulns
H, Valley Hue, t'o.
II.Viillov Him Co.
11, Vnllnv It uk (Jo.
I'asscd March i?, lti.
Attest: K, O, riliovn, Clerk
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,1 II. DOLLIHON,
.Mayor and l'ronldont of Council
Small Farm for Sale.
Consisting of 18 nores, good
young orchard, well watcrod,
house, stablo, shop and all neces
sary out buildings, Will sell or
trade for town property. Situated
ut Ewlng, six miles from Logan,
Known as tho T, K. banning prop
erty. Infjuiro of Warren Lanulng,
feSA DO ITjfefe YOURSELF! H
pjfT J H J&r Brigliteu up your H
afel. H J&W Home with H
If your Furniture, Woodwork
or Floors aro old, faded, nol4
.CAN of l.A.OiQTJiaXfcJIJ'X'
WILL WORK A TRANSrORMATtON.
FOR SALE BY