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TUB AnGDS. TUESDAY, MAY. 6; 1903.'
CROP UP NOW.
AND LESS AIR BRINOS THE
, . TROUBLE.
Do yoa feel enervated and spirit
less? Does your food digest imper
fectly, and is your circulation imper
fect? If so.
Elf a BB 5
i wonderful fruit LAXATIVE-
-will rid your system of impurities, i
tone your stomach, regulate your I
liver and make you feel again thai
life is worth the living. Its marv el
ous powers of building up the sys
tem makes it invaluable to invalids
and those suflering from wastinjj
A Imrgm mix bottlm for SO dm.
For Sale by
HARTZ & ULLEMEYER
Mull's Lightning I 'a in Killer
cure mil kinds of aches. Drink
it or rub It on as cents.
Tuesday, May 6.
The everlasting success.
in the greatest laughing show on
NEW 8 BELLS
Toned up to date.
The acme of Pantomimic comedy.
All new tricks.
New features and new elTects.
1'osiLively the only llyrne production
lefore the public.
Prices 25c, 50c and 73c.
. A breath of Pine Balsam la every cake. t
made from aoi i
tr.al lm whicl
irritate or poi
sort the skin,
able to be d.v
iume. It po-
A Product of Perfect Purity h.gi.c ami-
and is cpecul-
llf lllrhj , I n
tha complexion, tralp. hair and kin. It clamies the
akin and keep llie hair Dertectlv free from riirir
I irite. makins the hair line, luift, luxuriant, tad I he
scalp bcallhir and free from dandruff.
. eaas t ldi. .vp.. nrrtcl.V. Wil) -m
rrce p ot pry by Lotm 8i rri.T Co.. .'- r.oJ... it t.
n ishess and head
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iir MjWmc UM4 u tadcracd by phral-
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For sale by T. H Thomas. 1M0 Second
treaue. A. J. Rless. Fourth avenue and Twen
ty third street Marshall, 828 Second avenue,
ueimoeen. inira avenue.
The finest equipped health institu
tion in America. All kinds of baths.
Big swiming pool and gymnasium.
The best cf skilled medical attend
ance. Magnificent buildings and
(rounds. First-class cuisine. Send for
HEALTH UOURMAL- n--
To E V. D. MORRIS. M.D.. D.D.&. Supt.
Ex Motor's Notice.
Estate Of H. H. Lohe. deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and te tament of H
H. Loose, late of the county of Mock Island,
state of Illlno's. deceased, hereby gives notice
that ahe will appear betnrai the county court of
Hock lsiand c.-unty, at the county court room,
la the city of Kock Island, at the May term,
on tbe first Monday In May next, at
which time all persona having; claims sga'nst
sale etai are notified and requested to at
tend for tbe purpose of haying the same ad
justed AU persons Indebted to said estate
r requested to make immediate payment to
Dated this lSth day of March. A D. 1002
Kathsbibb Lohs. Executrix.
Estate of Adelaide Bowling, deceased.
Tbe undersigned baying oeen appointed
executor of the last will ana testament of
Adalafde Howllnr. lta of tbe eounty of Rock
Island atate of Illinois, deeeased, bereby gives
notice that be will appear before tbe eounty
oourt of Rock Iaiand eounty,- at the eounty
court room. In the elty of Rock Island, at
tbe July. I WW. probate term, on the first Mon
day la July next, at which time all persona
haying claims agalnat said estate are not Wed
and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. AU persona In
debted to said estate are requested to make
Immediate payment te tbe nderslgaed.
Dated this ffiih day of April. A. 1 ii
Wii.' iMHo B owANtr. Fjrecutor.
Oi.vkeu.t Sl Cossiar, Attorney a.
For Drunkenness and
John Nickolati, a (.ireck and a mem
ber of the track crew at work in the
Uock Island yards in this city,, was
run liver by a freight car at noon to
day and instantly killed, bin head be
ing crushed. The unfortunate man
leave a wife and two sons in (Ircece.
The sum of $157 was found in his belt
representing his nafings for the IS
months he has beei in America, lie
intended to return home shortly.
The Scott County liar association
has decided to attend the opening
game of ball May 14, and to hold the
annual banquet at Krhuetzen park on
the evening of the same day.
Jack Uerryhill, one of Uncle Sam's
tars, who had been visiting his moth
tr and sisters in this city, left for
Xorfolk yesterday. Mr. Ilerryhill
has been un the Kssex but has been
transferred to the liufTalo.
The will of the late J. V. Van Sunt,
of bet'laire, was filed for probate ye
terda.v. IJy its proisions it leaves
one-third of the property to the
widaw and divides the rest of it
equally among the sons and daugh
ters. The share provided for one of
the sons, who died after the will wsts
made goes to his children, in accord
ance with the provisions of a codicil
of the will.
The first three days of May have
been record breakers in the office of
the county recorder. On the first day
the amount involved in the tleeds filed
with Captain lirvson amounted to
$64,0J7.50. On May 2, the amount
was $54,362.oO, and on May 3. the foot
ings are given at 5'..071.jO. The
total for the three days was $177,531.
50. At noon yesterday every slot ma
chine in the city which paid nickles
instead of chips was outlawed. The
parties, who reaped a rich harvest in
the past month because of the vogue
of the automatic gambling device
were hustling to get them out of the
way of confiscation. The machines
were loaded " on wagons and carted
awav between y and 12 o'clock, and
ift,er the noon hour not a single one
of them was left. Chief Martens
said at 3 o'clock that none tf the
atrolmen had reported any of the
leviees in sight, although some of
them had been substituted as check-in-trade
The L,ewis Orth home at 332 Mar
quette street has been placed under
quarantine. Dr. Strohbehn has re
ported a case of smallpox from that
number. The patient is a little pirl.
Alfred Wulf, living at 1445 Leonard
street is also reported as having the
hickenpox. Dr. Strohbehn made the
return on a postal card received by
the city clerk yesterday. Several
ases of scarlet fever were also re
The officers elected at the meeting
held bv the (lermania Sick Kelief so-
iety at the I.randt Ton Halle were
as follows: President, Peter Khmke;
vice president. Hans Sauerberg; fi
nancial secretary. .1. Schlaefke; re
cording secretary, William lruhn;
assistant- secretary. August Kum
rath; treasurer, Charles Hehrens;
trustee, Henry Htiek, for IS mouths.
The members of the organization de
cided upon May "3 as the date of its
annual picnic. This will be held at
the Washington garden and the
Teutonia singers will assist in the
At the home of his brother, Edward
Hritt, at Moline at 9:15 o'clock Sun
day niirht occurred the death of
James Dritt. a glazier, formerly of
this city and once employed by the
I'. X. Uoberts company, lie was 27
years of age. The survivors are the
father, Thomas Itrilt. and sisters.
Catherine Hritt. of Davenport, and
Klla llritt, of Moline, antl two broth
ers, William, of Dutte, Mont., and Ed
ward, of Moline. The funeral was
held from the Halligan undertaking
parlors this afternoon, with services
at St. Anthony's church and inter
ment at St. Marguerite's cemetery.
At the home of Mrs. Ilusch, 2340
Eddy 'street, at 11 o'clock Sunday
night, in the f8th year of his age, oc
curred the death of Hev. Henry
Ulacke, a former lierman Methmlist
minister, who was attached to a pas
torate here, but for a long time re
tired. Senility caused his demise.
So far as known the old gentleman
leaves no immediate relatives, having
made his home with Mrs. Ilusch for
nenry Donahoo. the Davenporter,
who was acquitted ' recently of the
charge of murder at Kansas Citj-,
where he was tried upon an indict
ment charging him with throwing a
veteran. Noah Long, from a bridge in
to the Kaw river, came back to the
city and was arrested here as a vag
rant. Donahoo had been arrested
and sentenced to jail lwfore his Kan
sas City trouble, and was let go upon
his promise to leave town at once and
never return here again. However,
he violated his promise by coming
back, and now he will have to serve
out his old and unexpired sentence.
In May last Donahoo broke jail bv
Rcaling the fence at the Htone yard,
and absented himself till Octolnr. In
the latter month he was again arrest
ed, and let co providing1 he would
leave the city and remain aw-ay per
manently. From here he went to
Kansas City, where he got into trou
ble, and was indicted and later ac
quitted, on the charge of murder. Fif
teen days is the old time coming to
him. which he began to serve yester
day on the city stone pile.
TIPS TO TRAVELERS.
Queen and Crescent fast line to
Birmingham and New Orleans. Two
fast trains daily.
One hundred miles shortest to
Chattanooga, Queen & Crescent
Only through car line to Asheviye
N. C, Queen & Crescent route and
Queen & Crescent service Cincin
nati to Atlanta and Jacksonville, the
best in the country.
$I.C5. Good returning until May
0. For the republican state con
vention, Springfield, May 8th, the C
15. & Q. will sell round trip tickets on
May 6th and 7th to Springfield, good
returning May l)th, at rate of $4.65,
Yellowstone Park has been the
scene of great improvement within
recent years. The roads have been
shortened, resurfaced, grades much
reduced, new concrete bridges built
and rsprhnkling carts introduced. The
old hotels have been repainted, re
paired and enlarged, a new one has
been erected at Norris geyser basin
overlooking the geysers, a tent hotel
camp has been established at the Up
per geyser basin near Old Faithful
geyser, and the government has put
in a new system of waterworks and
reservoirs at Mammoth Hot Springs
The Northern Pacific, the railway
that runs direct to the park line, tells
all about the park, the geysers, and
the wild animals found there and
which are such a source of pleasure
to all tourists, in "Wonderland 1902,
finely illustrated book sent by
Charles S. Fee, general passenger
agen, St. Paul, Minn., to any address
upon receipt of six cents to pay post
Klectrle Lighted 1 rains.
The Union Pacific was the first line
to introduce dining cars, vestibuled
ars, steam heat, Pintsch light, buf
fet smoking and library cars, tourist
ears, on trans-contmentai trains
west of the Missouri river. It again
leads by introducing an electric
lighted train throughout, "The Over
land Limited," with compartment ob
servation cars, having electric lamps
lectric fans, electric curling iron
heaters, telephone service, etc.; din
ing rooms witn electric caniieiaiira
bath rooms, barber shops, eirciilat
ing libraries, etc. The cars compris
ing this train constitute the highest
and best development of ear con
struction ' and of comfortable and
luxurious travel. This famous train
reaches Salt Lake City 12 hours and
San Francisco 16 hours ahead tf all
onipetitors. Full information cheer
fully furnished on application to W
S. Xeimyer, general agent, 103 South
Clark street, Chicago, III.
I .owe. at Kate to Kiwtern Point
will always apply via the Nickel
I'late roatl and its eastern connec
tions to all points in New York. New-
England antl the eastern states.
Three daily trains to Ft. Wayne,
Findley, Cleveland, Eric, Buffalo, New
York and Boston. Standard equip
ment on all trains. Meals served in
dining-cars, on American club plan,
at prices to suit passengers, from
35c to $1.00 perineal. For particu
lars call on or address, John Y. Cala-
han, general agent. 111 Adams street,
Chicago. Depot, Fifth avenue and
Eurojeati tourists and others des
tined to eastern points, will find the
low rates applying over the Nickel
Plate road to New York, New Eng
land and ftther eastern destinations.
specially attractive. The eastern ter
minals via this line are only from
three to ten minutes from all ocean
steamship docks, and the service af
forded is first-class. Three trains
daily from Chicago. Uniformed col
ored porters are in charge of day
coaches, whose duties require that
proper care shall always be given to
keeping cars clean and attending to
the wants of passengers enroute.
Meals served in dining-cars at prices
that are reasonable and within reach
of all. Details cheerfully furnished
on application to John Y. Calahan,
general agent. 111 Adams street, Chi
cago. Chicago city ticket office, 111
It will be to your advantage to
ascertain the rates from Chicago to
New York, New England and all east
ern points applying over the Nickel
Plate road and its eastern connec
tions. Three daily trains, on which
there is no excess fare. One feature
of service on that road is meals in
dining-cars, on American club plan.
Pay for what you get, but in no event
more than from 35c to $1.00. Folders,
rntes and all information cheerfully
furnished by applying to John Y.
Calahan, general agent. 111 Adams
street, Chicago, 111. Depot, Fifth ave
nue and Harrison street.
The most famous and popular tour
ist report n the continent are
reached by the Grand Trunk railway
Copies of descriptive pamphlets.
rntes, etc..-will- be furnished by
George W. Vaiix, A. lJ.-IVfc T. A., 135
Adams at reef, Chicago.
Benton Davis, A. C. Dow and J. 1
vvarren were selected Saturday even
ing by Iron Molders union, No. 237,
to represent it nt the -National eon
vention of iron molders of North
America which convenes at Toronto,
tan., July 7.
A sample of a patent medicine dis
tributed among the residences las
week almost caused the death of the
v ear-old-son and heir of Mr. antl Mr-
Will Bank nt their home on Four
teeuth street Sunday afternom. Mr
Bank discovered the package of pel
lets about the house where it would
be in reach of the little tot and, fear
ing just such un- accident as occur
red, he shook out the pills into tht
ftove and gave the bottle to the baity
to play with. . But one of the pellets
had lodged in the bottle antl failed
to shake out with the rest, ami it
was but a moment before that bottle
anil the pill were in the child's mouth
It seemed us though the pellet could
not have more than reached t lie
baby's stomach before the little one
staggered and swooned to the ilocr
completely prostrated. When th
parents hurried to him, the chB.l's
pallor whs almost that of death and
when Dr. Sargent arrived, he also
feared that he baby was beyond sav
ing, but the little fellow rallied under
the restoratives and gentle care given
him, and today he is beginning tt
resume the crowing and crooning to
the utmost relief and joy of his par
Several of the merchants of the
city are faking up the matter of kyy
ing some sort of an out-door enter
tainment in the latter part of the
iimiiner, something after the style
of a street carnival. No action has
been taken as yet but the matter is
gaining headway and before many
weeks have gone bv some of the
prominent merchants will take up
the idea of promoting a street ear
nival, to be given on the same plan
that the street fair was held.
Einil Bogaert's saloon at 014 nail-
road avenue was entered the other
night by burglars and $5.40 in cjiange
ami a quantity of cigars secured.
The thieves gained entrance bv
breaking through a rear window.
Little Mamie McKinney, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. liwrence Mr-Kin-
ncv. was playing "last couple out"
it the Lincoln school ground yester
day and when the bell rang and the
children were hurrying buck to their
roms. the child fell on the sidewalk
and cut a severe gash in one of her
knees. Dr. Trcmblav was summon
ed and after the wound hail been
Iressetl the child was taken home in
The inemliers of- the First Baptist
church are busy niakingarrangeiiients
for the celebration of the semi
centennial anniversary which will lie
observed on the first Sunday of June.
tne ciuircn neing ntty years old on
that day, June 1. Next Wednesday
evening the members, after the regu
lar prayer- meeting, will complete
arrangements for the celebration ami
it is the intention to send invitations
to all the old pastors of the church
and have as many as possible preser t
The J. O. C. club has elected the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing six
months; President. Lucy Ainsworth:
vice president, Blanche Albrecht;
secretary. Lulu McCurtly; treasurer.
Hie following are the scores made
by the members of the Highland Gun
club at their regular shoot: V
Wolters. 15; F. A. Herbst. 1(; F. Van
Wgntergcbn, 11; E. Grafton, 17; John
Lindvall. 10; J. Cooper, 14; G. Olson,
20; Ed Martin, 19; F. Benson. 17; Ed
Smithiger. 16; F. Bein, IS; J. Kern,
W. Beiniers. 11; J. Mctzgar, 13;
Dr. lluiit ii.gton, 15.
Samuel J. Johnson of 527 Thir
teenth street died yesterday after a
three weeks illness with pneumonia.
He was born in Sweden May H, 1S41,
and came tlirect to Moline from
Sweden in 1S'5. He was married to
his now bereaved wife in lHdfl. He
has been employed in the -piiint de
partment of the Moline Plow com
pany for the past 37 years. He leaves
besides his wife three daughters and
one son who are Ebbah. Until, De
borah and Spencer. The funeral was
heltl from the home this afternoon at
30 o'clock. .
Nels P. Peterson, residing with Carl
Peterson, of South Seventh street,
died yesterday after an illness of
one vear with kidnev aud liver
trouble. He was bedfast for two
months, .lie was born in Sweden
April 8, 1841. and came to America
in 1883, moving to this city which he
has made his home ever since. He
leaves tine brother, Carl O. Peterson,
and one sister, Anna Peterson, at
home. The funeral was held from
the home at 2:30 this afternoon.
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Between your children and the
tortures of itching and burning ec
zema, sealdhead or other skin dis
eases. How? why, by using Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, earths greatest healer,
Quickest cure for ulcers, fever sores,
salt rheum, cuts, burns or bruises.
Infallible for piles. 25c at ilartz &
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EFFIE AFT0N WRECKED
46 YEAHS AGO TODAY
Forty-six years ago this mornin
at C o'clock the steamer Effie Afton
was wrecked in a collision with the
obi Kock Island bridge. After the
collision the craft took fire and float
ed and lodged on a sand bar just be
low where the river is spanned by the
J. W. Lawhead. tine of the witnesses
of the accident, states that he can re
call Ihe scene as clearly as if it lia-
encd yesterday. He was working as
an apprentice in tlie old plow works in
the west end of the city and had jus
reported for work that day when he
heard of the wreck. Then he saw the
boat float down till it struck the
sand lrar and burned to the water's
edge. All the passengers were 'saved
Chicago, May 6. FollowlnR are the open'
Ing. highest, lowest and closing quotations
in today's markets:
May, 73: US: 73',: 74S
Julv. "n'.lTS: 75,: 75: VftVt
Seit., 74'44''4; 7?; 74',; 71.
May, 6tftfi0: 603,: &W V '?a.
July, cu'.w.ai Si'- !' : 61V
Sept., eua.G0'; ii; tso; wu
Oats. May, 41': UH: l: IH.
Julv. :U';34 ; as: 31',.
Sept., :.v;,; JSi ; -H; iu's .
May. 16.85; lfi5; 16.H5: lfl 85.
July, 17. lift; 17 On: 16 95, 16115
Sept.. 17.12; 17. 12; 17 00; 17.00
10.10: 10.10; 10.07; 10 07.
10.12ai(t 17: 10.17; 10.07 ; 10.07.
10.22; 10.25; 10 15; 10. 15.
0.47: 8.47: 9.47: 0.47.
Julv. 9.52; 9.55: 0.47; P.50.
Sept.. 9.57- ; P.57 ; 9.52: 9.55
Receipts todav: Wheat 07. corn 2on. oats
2.XJ. Hotrs I8.000. cattle 3.0u0, sheen 10,000.
Hobs left over 3.111.
Hots at Kansas Citv 12.0(10. cattle 5.000,
hoes at Omaha 0.500. rattle 2.500.
Hoir market owned stead v.
LlKht. 6.55fi7.05: mixed and hutch
era. aa.755i7.35: pood heavy, $0 JCx.i7.30; rough
cattle market opened sieauy.
Sheep market opened steady.
Union stock varus s:40 a. ui.
Hog market opened, dull and 5c lower.
Light. .5!i7.uO: mixed aud butchers. Pi
?t7.20: good heavy, rtj.ts.T4j, 7. 25; rough heavy
to. Sail 1.(10.
Cattle market opened slow and steady.
Beeves H 05M7.3O, cows antl heifers fl.MMa
5.75. Texas steers f5.OUij5.uo, blockers ami
Sheep market opcneil dull.
Hog market closea dull and 5r lower.
Light, fti.ti.va.7.00: mixed and butchers. fP.75
617. In; pood heavy, t&soii.io; rough heavy
Cattle market closed steady.
Sheen market closed steady.
Kstimaied receipts Wednesday: Wheat 30,
corn so. oats ir, nogs i'l.tniu.
uracisireet s: wneat decreased .ti.(j
New York Stocks.
-New York. Mav 6. The following are the
closing quotations on the New York stock
feo. I'acltlc 6S',4. sugar 12054.C. & A. com. 3Vi
tas IMS. 1'enna. 151: H. & I). UK. C. R. I. it
i. 177 w. "i- & St. j'aui 171 . Manhattan
I'dcirlc Mail 4o;. Atchison common so, vv. u
Tel. Co. 91.. N. Y. Central 15iv. L. & N
112. II. It. T.67. K. D. i. com. leather
oin. copier t7'. Atchison Pld. U.
S. Steel ntd 1'2V4. II. S Steel common 41..
Missouri l'aritic int. 1,'nion I'acitic common
104. coal and iron f8,i. Krle common 31,.
Wabash pld 451, tin cau common tin can
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Today's Quotations on Provisions, Live
Stock. Feed nntl FtifL
Kock Island, May 6. Foliowiug are the
wholesale quotations on the local market:
Butter Creamery 2Uc. dairy 20c.
Kkkh Fresh 14c.
Live poultry Chickens Pc, turkeys
ducka flc. eeese dc.
egetables -Potatoes 90 to Doc, onions ft. 75,
Cattle Steers fi.23 to $6 25. rows and
heiters 2.110 to 5.00. calves t5.hu to fti.'to
Hogs Mixed and butchers ffl.2o to G.75
Sheen Yearlings or over. Kr cwt. foOOtO
It5 00, Lambs per head 2 50 to 5.00.
Fet and Fuel.
Orain Corn K7c. oats 4Rc.
Forage Timothy hay 11. prairie hav
12. clover hay i:i. baled prairie $12, baled
limoiny i.t. oat straw 7 rx.
wood Hard, per load H.50
Coal -Lump, ner bushel 12c. slack, per
little life may be sacrificed to a
sudden attack of croup, if voti don't
have Dr. 'Thomas' Eclectric Oil on
hand for the emergency.
II. J. TO II Ell.
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vidncys, bladder and urinary organs; we cure dyspep
sia, indiurestion and all diseases of the stomach; Ave euro
all diseases peculiar to men;
nervous diseases and cure
take incurable cases.
I can furnish you with hundreds of testimonials of prominent people
if you will call at my office. Most of them dislike to have their testimon
ails in the papers, and for this reason, I ask you to call and look them
over yourself. 'They arc given without
ministers, clerks, and laboring people. Don't take my word for it, but
come and read what people who are
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New. Neat. Clea-n.
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Opposito New Opera House.
MecJs 25c. Open day & nicrht. Meal tickets $3.50
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Rock Island, 111.
Incorporated under the (
State Law. Paid on Interest.
Morey Toancd on Personal Collateral r Real Estate Scaurity.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.,
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1800,
and occupying S. E. corner of Mitch
ell & Lyndc'a new building.
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barley and hops never permitted to
until properly aged.
PRIVATE DISEASES OF BOTH
GUARANTEE' ' IS AS GOOD AS
REMOVE YOUR DOUBT.
therefore it cannot be improved
ELECTRICITY 13 THE MOST POW
ERFUL Curative .Agent known
in all Diseases Peculiar to Women,
Catarrh, Nervous Exhaustion, Rheum
atism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Constipa
tion, Nervous Dyspepsia, Backache,
Palpitation of the Heart, etc., etc.
OUR SPECIAL SYSTEM of treat
ment will cure you of Nervous Debil
ity, Threatened Insanity, Piles, Loss
of Will Power, Exhaustive Drains,
Sleeplessness, Lost Manhood, Defec
tive Memory, Stricture, Syphilis, and
all Plood and Kidney Diseases.
VARICOCELE cured in from one to
Only curable cases taken. If you
cannot call, write. Hundreds cured
Hours, 0 to ID a. m., 2 to 5 antl 7 to
8 p.m. Sunday, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
50, 51, 5:!, 51 and 55, Mitchell Sc hiijjUt
2 to 5 and 7 to s. Sundays 1) to ll a-jy.
Ave treat all chronic and
all curable cases. e do not
solicitation by bankers, lawyers.
well acquainted have to say.
b's "two' trennnrs its zmns TSTnnrms
Three :and-a-half Per Cent
H. S. f .ble, P. Oreenawal,
John Crubaugh, Phil Mitchell,
II. P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, , J. M. Buford,
Solicitors Jackson and Hurst.'
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