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How He Got
By EDWIN PARKE
Copyright, lHX), by Clmrle.1 I), Kthorlngton
"HANK MMMOCK nml I nfter
leaving school Htnrteil out to
I miike a curecr for ourselves,
Frank was a sensitive fellow,
too sensitive, I thought, 'to bucppciI,
Our pntus diverged, nnd wo did not
meet ago In for ten years. Then I
found that he had been eminently suc
cessful. He told me tlili story of how
It came about:
After leaving school I looked about
n long while for n job, and the only
offer I got wax detoctlve work, I
didn't like the prospect, but It was
a caBe of starvation or acceptance. I
wns not hired for an Intricate Job. My
employers knew better than that, for I
had had no experience. 1 was wanted
for a common case of spying.
Frank Petersen, a young bank offi
cial, had got mixed In his nccountH
and wos behind to the, amount of $50,
000. He had disappeared, and the de
tectives were unable to locate him. At
the time I was engaged It had come to
the knowledge of the chief that the de
faulter's wife had tukeu passage on n
steamer about to salt for the Philip
pines. Surmising that she would join
her husband, the chief ordered me to
go on the same steamer with her, make
her acquaintance. Hud out what I
could, and If she joined Petersen I was
to arrest him and bring him buck,
I found Mrs. Petersen to be a very
attractive young woman, who had evl-
HE HONG Von A MOMENT BETWEEN BniP
dently been brought up In luxury. She
bad two children with her, a boy of
five and a girl of three. Every day
he sat on deck In a steamer chair,
while her children played about her.
I paced the deck, passing the group at
every turn, trying to make up my mind
lb scrape nu acquaintance and begin
my p,rlng. One day when the sea was
running high a wave much higher than
the rest struck tho ship, and for a mo
ment the deck was almost perpendicu
lar, I was leaning against the gun
yale, and tho boy was thrown on to.lt.
Ho hung for a inomeut between ship
and water nnd would have gone over
had f not darted to him and caught
You can Imagine tho feeling of his
mother. Her fir3t act was to clasp hor
child In her arms, her second to take
my hand and look up In my face with
unspeakable gratitude. It was now
not necessary to plan for nn Introduc
tion or to win her .confidence. From
that time buo treated me as u friend.
I have always, as you know, been
fond of children. Jack, tho boy, was
as pretty and bright a little fellow us
I ever saw, while Alice, tho girl, was
a tiny madcap. Her big bluo eyes aud
tumbled hair I shall never forget. Chil
dren are always glad to make a frleud,
and these two teased mo continually to
play with them, tell them stories and
repeat rhymes, tfear little totHl I
wish I had them with me now.
- Tho voyage was half flulshed, and I
luid not; made a single effort to And
out what I was sent to discover. One
night I lay In my beith thinking on the
situation, My expenses and my salary
were being paid for certain work
which I wita not doing. This was dis
honest. Suppose I should return and
report that I had been battled. This
Would be still more dishonest. And If
It should become known that I had de
liberately thrown away .my opportunl
ty It might ho Inferred that I was In
league with the criminal. No; I could
Tho next morning, while sitting on
N deck with Mrs. Petersen, I guve her
every opportunity to tell me on what
mand Bho was bound mid If who ox
pected to Join her husband, but on
these matters bho maintained an abso
lute sllouce, "Hood woman," I said to
myself, "True blue, Stick to jour lnis
imud and the father of jour children."
This was not the mood for a detective.
I should lmvo rather sold, "You're very
reticent, but I'll find out a way to
open your mouth .and sot your tougue
going," Then comes Jack und wants
me to turn him upsldo down, and Alice
climbs, up and sits on my shoulder, und
between the sweet, patlout smile of the
young mother beside me and tho chil
dren's urnis about mo my resolution of
the, ,ngbfc Uefoie wuut oft with the
Well, wa were coming to the end of
our journey, and I had made no head
way with what bad boun hired to do.
Instead of bracing up for nn effort 1
put the matter off, stipulating with
myself that I would do better when
we were ashore nnd 1 would not be so
Intimately contir-rtetl with my victims.
There I would do sonio Hue sparring
from a distance.
One morning we stood on the ship's
deck lu tho harbor of Manila taking
leave of each other, T.ho mother gnvo
my hand a warm grasp, assuring mo
ohe would never forget 'thnt hor boy
was spaicd to her only through me.
Both the children clamored for kisses,
And It seemed they would never loosen
their arms from about my neck. When
I went down the gnngway they fol
lowed to the, gunwale, Jack climbing
at the risk of fulling overboard, Allco
held up by her mother, nil waving and
It was Reveral days after we i cached
Manila before I took any steps In tho
business on which 1 had come out. I
tried to deceive myself Into believing
thnt I was waiting for something, but
In icallty I was giving them time to
get away. I needed money and drew
on the agency In San Franqlsco. This
made mo nshnmed of myself. I bustled
Into a police ofttce with n greut show of
business aud hired a man to do the
work 1 should hnve done myself. I
gave him n descrlptlonof Mrs.Petcr-BPU-anTnold
him loiinil out It sTioifail
left Manila aud, If so, where she had
gouc. Then I waited, every day dread
ing that he would report what I did not
wish to know. In a couple of days ho
returned with tho Information that
Mrs. Petersen had gone to an army
post In the Interior nnd had changed
her inline to Finch, having joined her
husband, n lieutenant of artillery serv
ing under that name.
Well, nt last I was In for It. sure
enough. You see, another fellow had
tho secret. It was a choice between
my getting the man I had employed off
In n loucly place aud murdering him or
arresting Petersen, alias Finch. I con
fess I was strongly Inclined to the mur
der, but reluctantly decided on the
arrest. I went to the post where Lieu
tenant Finch wns on duty. I found
that he was considered a gallant sol
dier and had risen from the ranks for
bravery In notion.
One evening, braced with much leso
lutlon, but with n cowardly heart, I
went to Finch's quarters and without
rlnp or knock enteied a hallway. Near
by was au open door, and fiom within I
could hear voices a woman's, which I
recognized ns Mrs. Petersen's, and two
chlldien's. Jack's and Alice's. I moved
forward and stood befoie the open door.
An officer In khaki was sitting with
Jack on one knee nnd Alice on the
other, while the wife was standing
behind, w 1th her arms around her hus
band's neck. The moment she saw me
she uttered an exclamation of pleasure,
coming forward with outstretched
hands. Jack and Alice jumped down
from their father's knees and clung to
"This Is the gentlerann." said Mrs.
Petersen, "who saved Jock's life."
The officer came forward and wel
comed me waimly. What could I do?
Turn this happy welcome Into gall by
arresting the father and husband be
foie his wife and chlldieu? I felt as
If I had been caught stealing Instead
of catching u thief. But it wasn't long
before they took all remembrance of
my duty out of me. Mrs. Petersen In
sisted that I must be hungry and on
getting up a supper for me. As soon
ns It was rendy we all snt down at
the table and weie soon chatting nnd
laughing, rapidly becoming the best of
friends. In the midst of our hilarity
Jack and Alice, who hud been put to
bed In an adjoining room, came romp
ing In lu their ''nighties" and peiched
themselves on my shoulders. I took
them back to bed lu my own arms and
covered them up. We sat till late,
smoking nnd chatting, I pusslng one
of the pleasuutest evenings In my life,
When I arose to go the otllcer asked
me how long I would bu lu the Philip
pines. That btought mo back to thu
"THIS IS 1HE OENTM5MA.V WHO SAVED
position I was In, now far more com
plicated than before. But all hope of
doing my duty had vanished. 1 told
lilm that I would leturn lu the next
Asking mo to wult, ho took his wife
Into another loom fur confeieuco, und
when he came out he came alone, shut
ting tho door behind him. Ho told mo
thut he hud become Involved In the
United States lu this wise; Au emer
gency uiose wherein he must have
money for uu enterpilse In which he
had embarked or lose all he hud put
lu. Ills wife held pioperty which
would btuud for the amount. He ap
propriated fuuds he had no right o
uppreprlute, Intending to replace them
fwu money received from the sale of
his wife's property, but tu unexpected
delay occurred. IU appropriation or
A 11 MM QmzK
A I Mlllllr P for
funds was discovered, and a warrant
was out for his arrest. Ho fled nnd
enlisted under his assumed name of
Finch In a regiment nbout to Bull for
the Philippines, His wife nfter a long
delay had received the purchase money
for her property nud had Joined him to
consult with him us to the best menus
of paying the debt nnd freeing him
from, the criminal position In which ho
stood. Tho law having been vlolntcd,
restitution did not mean Immunity from
punishment. Some person of diplomat
ic skill was needed to tnko the funds
li the United 8 tutor), secure Indemnity
papers and pay the Indebtedness.
Would I act as his attorney with this
end In view?
I had come Into his quarters feeling
like a sneaking cur; I went out with
my head lu the air, the happiest, most
relieved man you ever saw. Before
taking leave I went lu to see the chil
dren, and their mother Insisted on
awakening them to say goodby to me.
I kissed them both, pulled Jack's little
pink toes, poked my finger lu the dim
ples lu Alice's cheeks; then after their
father hud pressed my right band, their
mother my left, I made my way out
to the veranda and took my departure.
In a few days I sailed for home aud
on my arrival, Instead of reporting to
my employers, w'ent to thebank where
lctcfseu owcll Tnoney ana "bull U con
ference, at the end of which they
agreed to secure Indemnity papers In
case the amount owed them were paid.
As soon as they perfected the legal re
quirements I paid tho money aud re
ported tho result by cuble to Petersen.
He resigned from the army, came home
,wlth his wife and children aud Is now
living In tho United States under his
real name, a much respected citizen.
When all had been airauged I ie
ported the facts to my employer. They
Immediately discharged me for not
having arrested Petersen aud for not
acting through them after my return.
Within a week I was solicited to work
for five different detective agencies.
You see, the firm I had been with In
order to make capital repotted that the
Petersen case had been settled through
them, So It was reported that I had
slyly followed Mrs. Petersen, won her
confidence, tracked her to her husband
and at tho point ofl a pistol forced him
to disgorge. The story reached Peter
son that r had been sent out to arrest
him aud had lnglorlously shown the
white feather befoie a woman aud two
children. He took me home to dinner,
and you may Imagine better than 1 eau
describe the scene thnt followed. Mrs.
Petersen well, she Just threw her arms
arouud my neck and hugged me.
Since then Peterseu has been engaged
lnca number of enterprises that have
been paying well. I am his manager
and right hand man.
A S'urgeon'i OtoryoT an Operation and
a Grateful Beait.
A veterinury surgeon who had
wou reputation was once summon
ed by P. T. Bnrnum. to come to hia
6tubles to attend Hebe, a favorite
elephant, who had hurt her foot.
Shu was a splendid creature and
wortli a small fortune. The surgeon
told the story of his experience and
its results in Our Dumb Animals:
Hebe had stepped on a nail or a
bit of iron, and it had penetrated
the tender part of her foot. She
was in intense agony almost wild
Long before we reached the in
closurc in which she was kept we
could henr her piteous trumpeting,
and when we entered we found her
on three legs, swinging the sore foot
slowly backward and forward and
uttering long crie3 of anguUh. Her
keeper said: "Don't you be afraid,
sir. Hebe's got sense." But I own
that I felt rather queer and shaky
as I went up to tho huge beast.
The men employed about the
show came round us curiously as I
bent down to examine the foot.
While I was doing so ns gently aa
I could I felt a light touch on my
hair, and as I turned and suw the
great trunk behind me it had an
"I shall have to cut, and cut
deep," I said to her keeper. Ho
said a few words in some linco. evi
dently intended for the elephant's'
understanding only. Then he snout,
ed with tho utmost coolness, "Cut
Well, 1 mado one gash with the
knife. T felt the grasp on my hair
tighten perceptibly, yet not ungen
tly. Cold drops of perspiration stood
out all over me, and I hesitated as
to whether I should go on.
"Shall I cut again?" 1 managed
to call out.
"Cut away!" came the response.
This stroke did the work, A mass
of fetid matter followod the knife
the abscess was lanced. Wo sprayed
out tho foot, packed it and bound it
up. The relief must have been im
mediate, for the grasp on my hair
relaxed, and the elephant drew u
A year aud a half after this I
waa called to western Massachusetts,
Barnum's show was there, You may
be sura I called to inquire for my
"Hebe's well and hearty, sir," the
keper answered me. "Come in and
see her, She'll be glad to tee you,"
For a moment she looked at mo
indifferently, then steadily aud with
interest. She next reached outlier
trunk and laid it caressingly on my
hair, and then she lifted up her
loot, now whole aud healthy, ami
showd ii to me. That's the tober
L - -'
HARVEST OF THE SEA.
A Peculiar Occupation Followkd Off Ui
Coait of Ireland,
Along the northwest coast of Ire
land, on the borders of the Atlantic,
dwells a hardy race of incn whose
chief occupation, when not en
gaged in llshiug, consists m the
manufacture of kelp,
TIub kelp is of great commercial
importance, as from it is obtained
neurly all our iodine, a body of vast
use in medicine.
During the winter months tho
kelp burners set out in their frail
little "curraghs" (sumll cauoc-liko
boats about twelve feet long, liiude
of canvas), and, proceeding along
the coast, fill the boats with sea
weed, from which the kelp is made.
In this they are assisted by the wo
men, who, bareheaded and shoeless,
take their turn regulnrly at the oars
and are almost as expert at it as tho
After a storm is the time selected
for obtaining the seaweed, as by
the force of the waves it has been
torn from its' bed and is cast in
along the shore in large quantities,
When tho boats are laden the sea
weed is brought to a small creek and
there placed in heaps out of reach
of tho tide. From this it is carried
in creels on the backs of men and
women to a point farther inland,
where it has to undergo a process of
The drying consists in exposing it
to tho sun and wind, and the better
to do this they have rows of I0030
stones laid about twenty yards in
length and a few feet in height.
Along the tops of these they scat
ter the seaweed.
The drying takes months, so that
spring is well advanced ere it is
ready for burning. This does not
matter, however, as, owing to the
fuel tho peat, or turf, got from
the bogs at hand not being yet cut
and dried (or "win," as it is term
ed), it is summer before the burn
ing in the kilns can commence.
The kiln is a deep trench dug in
the ground. Altornate layers of turf
and seaweed are laid in this till full,
and the w'holo is kept burning for
about three weeks, until it cakes to
gether in a large black masb resem
bling coke, but much more solid
and heavier. This is the kelp.
It is then broken into blocks
about fourteen inches square and
brought by boat to the villages,
where it is sold, to be shipped to
more profitable markets. London
The wife of a well known official
in Washington holds some novel
ideas with reference to the punish
ment of refractory children. Phys
ical chastisement is most lepugnant
to this lady's mind, but she has
evolved a unique system that has
proved most successful. On one oc
casion a friend wus visiting her
when one of the boys had surrepti
tiously appropriated an orange be
longing to his younger brother. The
misdemeanor was discovered before
the culprit had disposed of his spoil.
So the two youngsters were sum
moned to the judgment seat.
"James," was the stern command
of the mother, "take this seat, and
you, Thomas, that one. Now, Thom
as, give James the orange you have
stolen from him."
When the lads had done as they
were ordered the mother added:
"James, 1 want you to take as
long as possible to eat that orange.
You, Thomas, are to sit there and
watch him eut it. Under no cir
cumstances ait yoi' co leave the
room." Harper's Weekly.
A funny story is going the rounds
in which the chief actors were one
of the judges of the high court and
a well known barrister. During the
hearing of a case the judge left his
Beat to look for a law book and for
a fow minutes was hidden by the
Bcroen. Just as he disappeared
from view the barrister hurried into
court and, seeing the vacant chair,
remarked in a loud tone, with char
"What! Is the old fool gone to
To his chagrin the judge popped
his head mound the bcreen and,
with a smile that was childlike and
"No he has not gone yet."
Getting Around Hor,
"No," snapped the woman with
tho Bquaro chin, "I don't want no
"Then the lady next door was
right, I suppose," rejoined the
agent as he turned to go.
"What did she say?" queried tho
iquare chinned female, somewhat
"Oh, she didn't say very much,"
answered the agent. "After pur
chasing two of tho alarms she said
it would be a waste of time to stop
here, as you had nothing worth
"The impudent thing!" exclaim
ed the other indignantly, "Here,
give me half a dozen of them
tUnjrms 1" OJiicAco News.
Water With Meale.
Wutir t hL-aii with meals should bo
sipped us well as taken sparingly,
ice water suouiu oe miteii us senium
an vincuiVtlu n.nvnr wmild tin a lint.tor
rule and tho habit of putting chip-
pea ico in i no uriiiKiiig wuiur is iu
Iia sivnirWl ni nnn linvflr knnu'A what
may be taken into tho stomach
tnrougn tms medium, une better
brnv fa in fill 1inHl3 with u'lltoi- nnd
allow them to stand beside ice to
1 1 1 1 1 1 bv' u 1 1 1 1 Vtrf9.
nuWW1 m wh ( No oth
K fr7nL 1C- satiufa
fcfe Vv 1-" so main
W 5v - a,)Q " other cl
PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO
is the most economical, as
can buy anywhere.
"Star" is made of only
for ripeness, sweetness and for waxy
chewing quality. "Star" holds its
substance until every last
drop of its rich juice is chewed
out of it. For over forty
years it has been the stand
ard of quality to-day the
same as always in quality,
weight and price.
150,000,000 ioc. piecei
In All Stores
THE DIET QUESTION.
Eat What You Like, What AgrM
With You, but Eat Slowly,
That instinct ia a much better
guide to diet than faulty reasoning
is the conclusion of Dr. Woodi
Hutchinson, writing on dietetic fads
in JlcClure's .Magazine. Here are
some of his findings condensed;
Men should eat hat they like
and a good deal of it. '"Given our
age, sex, size, hor'epower and the
work to he done, the suitable fuel
is only a question of cost and acces
sibility." Fish is no richer in phosphorus
than nianj other foods. Ken if it
were ii would nor therefoie be "good
for the bruin," as some suppose.
Spikes do not "lieat the blood."
That notion confounds the "hot"
taste with actual heat. Spices are
antiseptic. The Egyptians preserved
mummies in spices. Jn tropical
countnes people eat more spices
than 111 cold ones, and the diet does
J'oik is all right. It digests slow
ly, but that is an advantage. The
more rapulh diqeslcd foods are not
the most healthful. The digestive
miu'hinen must hnve work to do
like the lest of the hodj.
Vegetarianism is "the diet of the
enslacd, stagnant and conquered
laces." A diet rich in meat is that
of the dominant laces.
Few people who eat much meat
ever become coiiMimptne. "Tuber
culosis sweeps like a pestilence
through tlie grass and grain eaters
cattle, antelopes, chickens, pheas
ants, tin keys but is decidedly rare
among meat eutei doijs, cats, ti
gers, lions, civets, hadgeis, hawks,
Bieakfnst foods are well enough
if you must have them, but "be
Bure and eat jour breakfast first."
White bread "is the best, most
healthful and most nutritious food
which the sun has eer t;rowi from
the soil." Wars have always been
fiercest for the possession of the
great wheat grow nig plains. No na
tion eats brown hi end when it can
get white. Instinct is here also cor
rect. Whole wheat meal, or "gra
ham," contains more nitrogen thau
white, but the white has more
"Mush makes a. supeib 'sour
mtt-ir in a weak stomach." "The
toituies of tho chronic dyspeptic
are nggiaxated ami in very many
caes iluelly caused b the very
foods which he takes for their euie."
The chief nine of "mush and milk"
(meaning also other coarse cereal
loods) is in the milk nud sugar.
Knt slowly, eat what you like,
what agtees'with 3 on and as much
as you need, seems to bo Dr. Hutch
Tho Nam "Porcelain,"
In the natural progress of nations
and the development of trade porce
lain wa bioughl fiom China to Eu
rope, and Mirious legends wore cur
rent as to its origin. Magic proper
ties weie attributed to it as, tor
instance, that a poicelain cup would
immediately burst if poison were
poured into it. it was said to be
composed of plaster, eggs, the shells
of "marine locusts" and the like, and
this suggests the origin of the word
"poicelain." The l'ortuguese word
"porcolln" means "little pig," and a
certain shell, being shaped like a
hog's back, was named porcelana.
This shell was used to some extent
iu tho arts by being carved into
cameos and personal ornaments.
Theso became porcelana wares, and
when the new production became
known its likeness to tho shelhvo.k
was recognized. The new material
thus acquired tho French namo
"porcelaine," or, m English, "porcelain"
A Good '
Steer clear oft chews
which look bigger or
scent cheaner than V "tan"
er chew gives the 'same
n no other kind Rives
pood chews to the -plucr'
lew lasts so long. That's why-'
well as the best chew you
the choicest leaf, selected
H, V, Excursions.
Win no Lake Assembly, ticket
on sale to Sept. SO at low excursion
rates, good for return until Oct.
31. See C. W. Schwenke for full
Fi'hing excursion rates tickets
to points in Northern Michigan
will he sold Juno 18 to Sept. 30,
good returning 15 days from date
Mexico City, Mex., and return
Sept. 2 to 13, !trtfl.45 good return
ing until Oct. 31.
Toronto, Ont., and return Sept.
13 to lfl, .$11.73 round trip. Tick
ets good returning until Sept. 24
and extension may be had to Oot.
j Chattanooga and return Sept.
10, 17 and 18, $11.85, good return
ing until Oct. 31.
Memphis, Tenn., and return
Oct. 15 to 18, $18.40 good return
ing until Nov. 30. See C. W.
Schwenke for particulars.
Rock Island nnd return $10.55.
Tickets sold Oct. 7, 8 and 9, good
for return until Oct. lfl.
Chattanooga nnd return $11.82,
tickets on sale Oct. 15, 10 and 17,
good returning until Oct. 30, but
may be extended until Nov. 30.
New Orleans and return $25.55,
tioketa on sale Oct. 12 to 15 good
for return until Oct. 30 but may
be extended until Nov. 30.
Notice to Teachers.
TI10 Hoard of Hehool Kxiuiilnera of Hock
lily County u. Ill uivetnt tliu hclmol Hulldliii;
lu l.oRiin, Ohio, at s: so n. m., on the Klrst
Haturduy- ofeiioli mouth, for tho examina
tion ofHppllciuits forTeucliur'a LUenientur.v
Certltlcntt-s ami on tho llrst Saturday o(
Hoptumbur, December, .March und June for
the examination of uupllcuntu for Teacher's
UlKh School nnd Hpeclal Certltlcntes Kx
umliiatloim tor pupils doalrlnj: toonter high
schools will ho hold on tho Third Tiiturdity
of April und tho Second Bnturday of Ma.
J.t!. Stoiiohton, President
I), K. IlAKsa, Clerk.
C.N. WlMVE, Vice 1'iejldeiH
Logan, Ohio, i ehrtmry 2, lvav-tf
Itlcliaid Donley, Whose place of residence
Is unknown, and when lust heard from
resUtt-d at Samlerstown, llhodo Island, will
take notice thnt on tho 7th day of August,
IMXJ, Mary Donley niad her petition lutlio
Common Pleas Court ofHocklnv County, O ,
lielns cause No, ."W21 praytug forudlvoico
from said Hlchnrd Donloy on the eround
of fulture to provide, Mala cause will he for
hearing on nud nfter Hentemt r 16th, lOO'i.
John C, I'ettlt, Atty for FlalnlUT,
Notice of Appointment.
KMnte of nilhort A. Mosure, deceased,
TheuudenlKiied una lieeu appointed nnd
quiillllod us administrator of the Kstate of
Ullliurt A, Mosure, Into of Kocklinc County,
deceased, Dated this ?th, day of August a,
n. n. iiARHii,
August SO, s.w Administrator
Notice of Appointment,
IMute of Conrad Krasoh, deceased.
The undersigned has hetm appointed and
qualified as Kxeoutnr of the Kslate of Con
rad Prune!), late of Hooting County, de
ceased. Dated this 81st, . day of August, A.
A. J)., WW.
ECZEMA and PILE CURE
CDri7 Know lug what Jt was tosuf
rKCC fer, I will give FREE OF
CHARGE, to any attltcted a posltlva
cine for Ecema, Salt Rheum, Erj
slpelas, Piles and Skin Diseases, in.
stand relief. Don't suffer longeri
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C. E. BOWEN, President,
H. It. HARRINGTON, Vice Pres.
F. MEADE ItOWEN, Cashier.
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ness, Receives Deposits, Discounts
Paper and Buys and Sells Ex
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REMPEL BANKING COMPANY.
Ferdinand F. JRempel
LOGAN, IIOCKLNU COUNT V, OHIO,
Individual Liability $100,000,
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Banking Rooms P. O. Building
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Physician and Surgeon,
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Office Oppobite Opera House.
Residence Mulberry street, one
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Granite and Marble Monuments.
Lime, Cement, Rock Plas
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