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Nebraska
GIYES PLAT FOR POAST ROAD
Governor Aldrich Submits It to Post
master General.
LINE FROM LINCOLN TO OMAHA
l.-t;lltiiirr Will Open ,ct Session
.liitiiinry $rrrntli viltli InniiMTurnl
on the- Ninth Wnhnn Hoy U
' Honored In Rnal.
iFiom ii Staff Correspondent.!
LINCOLN. Dee. 9. (Special.) Governor
Mdrlch submitted to the. postmaster gen-
ral tudny a plat showing the route for
Hie new ost road whlcli Nebraska will
e entitled to provided It meets the orter
r $lc,C0i of the government with J.M.O0O
more to complete fifty mites of road In
ihls state.
According to Private Secretary Puller
the road which has been selected by the
Kovcrnor runs fiom Ijncoln to Omaha.
The way It will run will make the line a
little over slxt y miles lone. However,
as the line out of Lincoln Is paved very
nearly two miles from the center of the
.t and tho lino will meet the macad
amized road out of Omaha to Millard im
will cut down the road to be built to the
required fifty ,tnl!es.
Tho road will start from Lincoln, pass
tug through Havcloik. Wavcrly and
Hrcenwood. It will then run three miles
east of Greenwood and then north five
and one-half miles Into Ashland. From
Ashland It will follow the section line
north one mlla and then turn east to the
1'latto river bridge, going, through Sic
lift after etosslng the river. At Gretna
It will run five miles east and then north
to Millard, leaving Chalco half a mile to
Hie east, It will then connect with tho
macadamized rood near Mllard,
Plats of tho road also have been sent
to tho secretary of agriculture and Hen
utor Bourne, who Is chairman of the com
mittee on post roads.
AVuhiio Grmltifi t e Honored.
Judgo Good of Lincoln received a tele
Kiuin this morning from his son ,Pnul,
who Is nttcndlng Amherst college, that
ho took tho examination at Harvard for
the Ithodcs scholarship and had received
nutlet) that he had passed. According to
tho Judgo If ho passes the final examina
tion ho will bo entitled to tho Rhodes
ki holurshil). Young Good is a graduato
of the Wuhoo High school and from there
tuuk up his studies at Amherst, being a
ceulor there at this tlmo.
Leirlnlatnrt In I.ntf.
Tho session of the coming legislature
will meet about as far from Now.. Year'
day as It Is possible to get. The law
P'ovldea that the legislature shall meet
rt noon on the first Tuesday In .TaJUiary.
As the first. Tuesday in January comes
on January 7, it will bring tho beginning
of the session about as late as It could
start. Tills will also mean that tho in
auguration of the governor and other
slate officers will fall on the 9th two
days after the session Is called to order.
To Iteorcmilno Compiiny.
Colonel A. H. Holltngworth of Beatrice,
accompanied by Captain Brewster. Lieu
tenants Hemphill and Crincelton of the
eatrlce company and Lieutenant Usher
if Colonel llolllngworth's staff, were
isttors at the office of the attorney gen
eral this afternoon to consult with him
regarding tho reorganization of the
HentrlCK company, which. Colonel llol
llngworth says, Is going to be the best
company In tho guard.
line of Ilril ("rci Knililciu.
Adjutant General Phelps has taken up
ihn matter wlti th Department of Jus
tice of tho misuse of the Ued Crobs em
blem In connection with tho advertising
of articles for -al by different firm.
Tho latest one to corns to the nolicu of
the general Is a largo calnndar Issued
by tho Djrponl Powder company, which
has a largo representation of Urn Ued
l-oss emblem thnrron advertising "Kn't
'ross Pynaniltc." Hnmn time ago (len-
era! Phelps was In Kansas City and dts
j i-uvered that some society In that city
was having a tag day sale and were sell
y ins tagu with a red cross emblem thereon.
He bought one of the tags and sent It
to the Department of Justice at Wash
ington, with the result that an ngitation
was started to further prevent Its use
In Kansas City In connection with tag
day sales.
Scorching, Fiery,
Raw Eczema
Zemo Ourea Worst Cases and Ii a
Wonder for Every Form of
8 kin Affliction!.
Ott th 25-Ctnt Trial Bottle Today.
Tho positive proofs that ZEMO cures
any and all form's ot skin afflictions have
aroused the entire community
Tho wonderful way la which raw, fiery
ecjeina quickly heals by tho maglo touch
ot ZEMO Is marvelous.
You simply apply It to the afflicted parte.
It doosnt smart, Is not a nasty, greasy
paste or ointment, but a wonderful disap
pearing liquid that sinks right in, quickly
allays all pain, nil Itch, all distress. It
does tho work and does it in n way that Is
astonishing. The regular price of ZKMO
is $1.00 for tho large bottle, but you can.
now get a liberal trial bottle ot ZKMO for
only S3 ctnts which li fully guaranteed.
Kemo is fold and guaranteed by drug
tiBts everywhere and In Omaha by Sher
man & McConnell Drug Co.. Cor. 16th and
Dodge St 16th and Harney Harney SU..
J4th and Farnam St.. Loyal rharrnacy,
:07-9 North 16U St
iioti:ia.
Tampa Bay Hotel
TAMPA
FLORIDA
A'tfr n pDdltur ot JM.ooo ci In'trlor
rt- rirtall. 11 li uuw in r
hotel! In lb" Soutb
ii,, iw t y m l
K. U. STANFORD, Managing- Director.,
Nebraska
Police Judge Contest
in Buffalo Court
KKAIINKV. Neb.. Ccc. ft --tspe.ciai.l-Thls
week will probably bring a de
cision In the district eoiift In the n.uo
warranto ca?e' tf ih state" Against
itejlly. the local police court Judge who
refuses to give! up hit office to JuJge
elect W. L. Hand, rcllce magistrate.
Itcllly was elected at the sprliig1 elec
tion of 1011 to the police court posltton
for, a term of two years shortlS,-tef(Jte
the police magistratnc law went Into
effect.
, Judge Hand was elected at the general
election In 1911 to the 'office under the
provltslons of the new law.
richly has occupied 'the office since
the 'election, receiving no reimbursement
at the hands of the city and turning In
all of his fees to the city clerk and
ttrasurer. expecting to secure his salai-y
If ho wins out In the courts.
Thirteen other civil cases. Including
six divorce, cases are on the docket.
District Court iii
Nance County
Ft'LLliRTON. "Nel!.." Dec. r.(flp6cUD
District eouit was In sMoh lt week
with Judge Conrad llollenheett of Fre
mont on the bench. Aside fiotli four
dUorce esses the only cases r.f con
sequence to oe inen mis lerm -vere uie
State of Nebraska rfgfclnst F. rt. wedge,
and the State of Nebrafkn. Against John
Hack.
In tho Wedge -ase the fltthting peacher
front Genoa wns charged with beating up
George F. ' Rose, an .attorney of that
place. -Two days were sptlnt In Introduc
ing evidence In this case and another
da In aigument and was given to tho
Jury Wednesday evening. The Jury
brought In a verdict of not guilty.
In the Hack ense the defendant was
Charged with muiderlng Jivmes Weitther
stone at Belgrade Inst April. Hack was
Charged with throwing a scale weight
which struck Weatherstone on the head
causing wound"! ftom which he latii
died, never regaining consciousness. The
Jury In this case Acquitted the defendant
and he was discharged from the custody
of the sheriff where he has been since
the time of Weatherstone's fleAth.
Jones' Plea of Self
Defense is Accepted
II UN K K LM AN, Neb.. Dec. 9.-(SpCclat.)
Not guilty wds the vet dirt returned by
the Jury Saturday in the eAse of the
State of Nebraska against James JonO.
Jr.. on his secopd tilal for taking the life
of Joseph B. Rowley In Chase .county.
M,ei, ifi -ri, 4...... .....I .i.. .1,,
qf self-dCfcnse after being out twelve
hours. The case had been on trial slnc-i
Monday morning, Jiidge Dungan ilreslik
Ing. man caught In Flywheel
has both legs broken
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. Dec. 0. (Spe
cial. ) The gasoline engine furnlshlne
power for a hay baling uiachlhn on tho
farm of George Parker, residing on' u
Platte river Island, had Jhst been started
when It caught the coat ot Johh Meier, ii
young man of 20. years employed by
Parker and the flywheel made several
revolutions before tho tearing of the gar
ment released the unfortiinAtc wearer.'
Both legs were broken, two ribs were
fractured and ho had sovernl severe cuts
about Uie bend. A physlclah wAs.rit once
called and- he summoned an anibulance
ami had the young man removed' to the
hospital, where - the - fractures were re
duced. He Is still in a serious condition,
but with prospects for recovery.
oe from Fnlln Cllj.
FALLS CITV, Neb.. -Dec. 3.-(Special.)-Thls
city has Just completed a main sewer
syMem of something over two miles arid
ttie lateral sewer system of over twelve
miles is fast' ncaring completion. The
lateral contract Is being done by Parks,
Lefflcr & Co. of fiohth Omaha.
This city has also let contracts for ten
blocko of brick paving to P. A. Johnson
& Co. of Kansas .City. Mo., which. If the
weather holds ' good, ' will be completed
soon. ...
During the last year 130 good, substan
tial residences have bfcen built, and pros
pects for many more during the next
year.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney P. Spence of the
Notional hotel celebrated their twentieth
wedding anniversary Friday night, De
cember 6K with an elaborate social func
tion, to which over ino gueeta were In
vlted. The following women asgls'ted the
hostess during the cvenlhs: Mesdamts
I. r. Maust. John Wilson, Georgo Jen
,nlhgs, Mltses May and Grace Maddox and
i Addie Lapp.
j Mrs. T. J. Gist, state president of the
Women's Federated Clubs of Nebraska,
has accepted an Invltatlbn to deliver the
principal address before the State His
torical Boclety to be held In Lincoln Jan
nary 14, 15 and 16.
Mrs. Hart Wnntfc Divorce.
, MADISON. Neb.. Dec. 9.-(3pclal.)-Mrs.
Mary K. Hart has filed petition In
tho district court of Madison county for
legal separation from her husband,, James
i A. Hart. She alleges for cause of action
' that defendant is too familiar with other
women and has deserted plaintiff. She
'prays for divorce and restoration of hor
I former name of Mary E. llrown.
i In district court Saturday the Jjiry In
the case of John Malouy against Iowa
(And Nebraska Public Eervlce company)
to recover damages in sum of I2.W9 for
Injuries sustained while in the employ
jof the defendant, brought in a verdict
' for he plaintiff for $0 and costs tued
jto the defendant.
rieiiubUcan Clt ,Notra.
( REPUBLICAN CITV. ?Jb.. Dec. V.-
(Bpeclai.)-Mrs. IcvIna Sheffield, yiged
8S years, died at the home of tier son, I.
A- Sheffield, who Uvea two miles west ot
iuis cny, on inursaay last, airs, Ntfh-r-fleld
was ail old aettler here, having come
to this county In the early seventies,
Funeral icrvlees were held at the Meth
odist church, conducted by Rev. Ixwla,
Mr. Leon Gruwell and Mr. (Jeorpn.
who lealde a hort distance south, ot this
! place, were united in marriage lat
jWednesduy.
Mr. Roy Baker of this city and Mis.
Beisle Byen were united in martlage last
'Thursday.
The Persistent and Judii,oi!i Use qf
Newspaper -dV"rtlilns
Is the Read to
IJUktness Buccc s.
Nebraska.
MOVIES TO PLEASE INSANE
Dr. Kern at Hastings Provides Film ,
. Pictures and Base Ball. 1
PILES REPORT AT STATE HOUSE
Institution Cure for 1 ,0(1 1 I'm lent
Who Are itonxed In lp-to-Intc
, ' lliilldlnu Whftt 1 Needed
for Com I na Dlennlnin.
(From a Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN. Dec. S -5peclnl;-Movles
And bas-e ball are used At the. Hastings
hospital for the Insane to entertain tho
patients. The Institution hAs a new mo
tion picture machine, where the latest
films are sliown, and a lAige nthletlo
park with a grAmlslaud' seating 1.K0 per.
eons. A base ball club of employes fur
nishes amusement for all the fans at In
gleslde. as the hospital postofflce Is
called These Ate lunie of the attrac
tlons Superintendent Kern has provided
for his l.Ml patients.
Dr. Kern has filed his blennlAl report
with the governor. It Indicates that the
Hastings Institution Is very well
equipped, hut needs a little more to bring
It up to the requirements he deems neces
sary to a first-class Institution.
During the blrunlum 431 new patients
were taken In, 290 of them being males
and IM females. In addition, US male
and 101 fannies were returned from pa-
(,0p
One hundred and sixty-five patients
weie discharged during tlic blentildm
cured, thirty-seven Improved, thrco unim
proved, clKthy-sevCn on parole nnd eleven
esqaped. Ono hundied and fifteen males
and hlxtj females died during the two
years. This leaves In the Institution at
the close of the blennlum 1,071 Inmates, of
Which M nre males and :!gl femilcs.
H 1ms cost 16 maintain the hsylum 34
cents per capita nnd 17 cents for officers'
salaries. Inaklng a total ot M cents per
capita for running the Institution for each
day.
liiipriM einen .Needed.
Among the Improvements that have
been made at the Institution dining the
Ijlennium are a food tunnfl seven feet
high, seven feet wide and 1.000 feet long,
which connects the kitchen with the prin
cipal buildings. A lefrlgerator system
Iiab also been Installed, a laboratory, nn
X-ray department, two ne- hydrotheiApy
! departments, a new laundry building
j fitted up with new and modern machin
ery, building pfllnter with two coats of
paint, new carpenter and paint shop 6
x'k fet. small canning factory in which
eight gallons of peachce, ninety-five gal
lons of plum-, 167 gallons of Applo Jelly
and 4.3.12 gallons of apples have been put
up.' A new library with 650 volumes has
tiAAti mtt I. 1 R nAn .e . l i
!"" ' '"1 . "'T TI.JZ.. 1"
5lone ".wu.icei ot curmng
.of the same mAteilnl has been built.
What Has lle-n Done.
, A brlcl; addition has been built to tho
kitchen, an nlldltlonal sick ward mnrir.1.
twelve acres added to the lawn and 3,001
trees set( out. Tho old green house has
been torn down and a new And larger
One erected. On silo with a capnclty
r ISO tons was Insufficient to meet th
ticds of the Institution and another tt
ihesam e slue 'has been built. Fire es
ca'pes have been put In where needed nnd
A heating plant put In- the farm cottage.
The old laundry, was cuhVcrted Into n
sleeping apartment for the nurses and
employes rind a storage hulldlng erected,
2s feet two stories high. A new ma
chinery building, :6x40, now houses the
machinery used by the Institution and a
new poultry. deportment -Is another val
uable addition. I
In descilbing the needs of tho Institu
tion tho superintendent nsks-for a now
detached building for the care of female
patients and a tubcrculpats hospital for
the care of those patients suffering from
diseases of .that nature. Ho also says
that a half section of land could bo
added to the Institution Ami -tin used in
coiuiestlon with -the fui dm.
the property of the Institution is de
clared to he worth. 1156,117.10. of which
$r..VlB4.3. Is listed as stock and .Imple
ments. Condition wr l.'nnda.
The cash- report shows that on Decem
ber 1. 1010, there was a balance with tho
state treasurer of 3.1CUf ca,sh on hand.
(76.16; received from 'labor on tunnel,
H tw.40; received from other sources, ju,.
713.60; making a total of $18,781.16. Under
head of expended the Item Is $14,717.64.
balance with state treasurer, $1.546.'30. and
crish on hand, $317.52.'
The farm raised 440 tons of alfalfa. 213.
16ns of millet, 1SS tons of cane hay, 1,600
buahela of oats, 5.24S bushels of potatoes,
60,638 pounds of cabbages, 6,522 doien curs
or sweet corn, 13i,lS0 gallons of milk. 3.4V)
chickens and 7,744 dosen eggs, besides a
great deal of.other stuff raised on a farm.
Of the patients admitted who formerly
resided In other states Illinois leads with
fifty-five and Iowa stands second with
forty-four. Germany furnishes thirty-one
of-foreign. birth and Bohemia ten.
The percentage of farmers In the In
stitution la the largest,. 151 of tliat voca
tlon being listed, while housekeepers
atand second with 109, laborers third with
4$ and one lawyer only can be found In
the Institution as an Inmate. .
Beatrice Institute Affair.
According to the report of the superln
tertdont of the. Beatrice Institute for Fee
ble. Minded there was enrblled at the be
ginning or the blennlum, December 1.
1M0. 831 children. Since' that time 145 have
been admitted, making the total enroll
ment for the blennlum of (39. Of these
nlnety-slx did. thirteen were discharged
and one paroled. Tho superintendent calls
the attention of the board to the unsani
tary conditions existing, which can only
be. remedied by a system whereby purer
water may. be secured and the building
fixed so that they can be "kept In a sard
fary condition. The sum of $lffi.w is
asked for to run the Institution for the
next blennlum. divided as follows: Main
tenance. $60 000; repairs. $23,000; wages.
$3J0O: bpller house, $S.0O0; dairy. 1,00;
ChAplalP B salary. $M0; teachers' salaries,
$V0"; superintendent's salary. $5,000, phy
sician and steward, $2,i00.
Johnson Wouwiii llndl) Hurl,
TBCUMSEH, Neb., Dee. 8.-(8eclaU-Mrs.
Kale Bright of Johnson fell from
a porch and broke her right arm and
dislocated her w rlst. The fracture of the
arm was a serious one, tho rough end
of the broken bone protruding from the
flesh.
Klti'c HroeWe D'Hrleli.
ftOMU. Der ?.-'h'lng Victor Lm nanuel
today received the American amuussador.
rboii'ii J. O'lluc'i who prrrrnteu a tet
It frjni I'reeldtnl Taft
IT Ck"tf"
we tell again the story of the
Orkin Brothers piano club
m That there can be no misunderstanding; let us again tell that 2 hundred and 57 dollars and 50
cents includes everything the Orkin Brothers piano club member has to pay. In other words, it
is the outside price or the extreme price.
IF The pianos are of the most reliable and trustworthy sort
worth 350 dollars each.
JF To sell them and sell them quickly we planned and organized
a gigantic club. A club of 500 members, each and every mem
ber to enjoy the same advantages and privileges,
1F We decided to sell the pianos in this way at 257 dollars and
50 cents each. )
iF We arranged to sell then without adding interest to the
price asked,
We placed the payments at 5 dollars as the first payment, and
1 dollar and 25 cents a week tor the remaining payments.
The price ($257.50) included everything charging nothing
more for any privilege extended members. We agreed to give
club members their money back if a 30 days' trial of the piano
was unsatisfactory.
We arranged a year's exchange privilege for members, which
enables them to exchange their pianos at any time within one
year without meaning one penny's loss.,
We got up a life insurance feature for members, which can
cels all payments in event of the death of a club member.
We figured out a rebate system so that those who want to pay
faster than $1.25 a week will profit by it by getting a rebate of
IS cents in cash handed back for each and every week they
pay in advance.
Boiling the whole plan right down we put into the plan every
advantage and privilege that would suggest itself to us to make
this big inaugural sale an instant success.
And it has been.
One hundred and forty-eight members have joined the club.
Cannot we have your application? Can we not at least show
you the pianos and go over the whole proposition with you?
For the convenience of people
Copyright 1012 by Stone & McCar
rlclc, Inc. Unauthorized use In whoto
or In part or colorable summaries
thereof forbidden.
Much Money Raised
by Base Ball Fair
KH.M1NEV, Neb.. Oee. 9.-Speclal.)-
TonlKht and Thursday r.lsrht will me t(je(
last two nlehs of the rei'nnd annual J
base bull fair held thU tvoek by tin
Keainoy Htnto leaKUe fra whine holders.'
tho association directors having diH'Idod!
Saturday nlfrhl to run for two. non, 1
nights, owing to the keen Interest ami j
tb.o remaining Uipe not yet dU-1
posed of. '
It is iMlniatfu that all or the JI.S.X)
defirlt that confront! 1 the uoclutlon
lit the lose or the league mhmiii u ill
l .'W U' II tttkl I P .Hid MINI' lllOll' V
n in if ft nj'i'j fin tlv jiuing
You forget
who cannot come in during the day the store will be open
appointments with any of our salesmen.
m.i on (r clpis i. a mg steai-lll in
i reaBed on, I, mglit i.i.til liu xiecdtJ
JIO) ,Satlirdu nlgi.l
NiilfH rriiiu 'Went I'olnt.
WliST POINT, N'eb.. Uee. 9.-(Sieclal.)
Woril has renched this city that former
Congresnmn H. K. Valentine, an old
West Point resident, Is lying dangerously
III at hls present home In Chluugo from
an utlscl; of iNirnlyfls. .ludgc Valentino
waa one of the vsilltcfrt ettltirs nt West
Point and did much to build up this
county and state.
The marriage of Curl J. Aldrich of l)e
i at hi and Albs .MhIkI 'tm. (iminuii took
plui't' ut the home of tin- bildr's iareuts
In eastern I'ur.iing c uutv m TIiiiimIiiv
Tl ft n mini nui iHi fuiiiid b. Itev
ii iliir-Jn of I'nilii The ci iplt
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s.
4.
c.
ulll residi at Iiccatur wiicre the groom
Is in busincxfc
Hans A Thompson a business man of
West Point, and Ills nephew und niece.
William Iiurldsen nnd MIsh Chrlstlno
Luurldsen, left Friday for a three months'
visit lu Iienmurk and Germany. The
party are all members of tlt- West Point
Liederkranz occity. whloh tendered them
a farewell supper and dance, which was
largely attended They will all from
New York on Tuesday and will land lu
Copenhagen.
A ''! It-ill I'laitt Kiloile,
UltAND ISLAND. Neb.. Dei- .-(Hpi
c'nl )- An urctt It-iie gus plant ni the store
of J W MoUesttt of A Ma, hi nil ml'cs
st ot h'x exploded coinpUKIy wrrr-ir.
iiig tin. I'sctiii'iit in whii.li It wum Fturcd
Orkin Bros,
player-piano club
Wo hnvo inniiKuratetl a I'lnycr-plano
clilb in connection with our 500 pl
itno club. Tho rlco of thoeo club
l'litycr-pliiunH Ih ilOT) dollars tho terras
nro 0 (loll(i-n tho Tirol payment nnd ii dol
lars a M'k without InU'rcnt added. TheBo
riiijer-pijinoN huvo nover bceu "sold for
loftx thnn $riG0, with tcrniB of $25 down
unit $15 a month, with Interest added at
the rato of (i per cent. This is the first
tlmo, ho fur uh our knowledge rooh, that
mich trustworthy Instruments have been
offered for snlo upon such popular terms
ns f dollars tho flrM paymont and 2 dol
lar a week without Interest added.
Theso IMaycr-platiOH are standard HH
nolo plnyers that Is, theso Club Player
plunos play every nolo on tho plnno when
the music roll Ih In motion these Player
pianos have shifter which compel the
inulc to play perfectly- most Player-pianos
sold at from $200 to $250 more than
theso club player-plnuos will not play per.
fiflly. Wo glvo you an unconditional guar
antee with these Club Player-pianos.
1. Tho Player-piano club will constat of
100 members.
2. The Playar-plano olub members ran take
their choice between two of the best
Player-pianos on th markat.
Tho Flayer-piano club price la 39( dol
lars. Tho savlnir to each Flayar-plano club
member Is icr dollars.
The Playar-plano club member has no
Interest to pay,
Tho terms to Playtr-plano club mem
bers aro 9 dollars cash and 2 dollars a
week or putting It In another way.
Flayar-ptano club members have 19!
weukH In which to pay for their Flayer
l'lano. Kaoh Flayer-piano club member receives
the free use of 1,000 rolls -of music for
one year.
Player-piano club members secure the
free use of the great Orkin Brothers'
Library the largest Music Roll Library
In the west.
If a Player-piano club member dies dur
Ing the life of his contract we will Im
mediately cancel all future payments
and send a receipt lu full to his family
for tb" instrument.
r
evenings until 9 o'clock by special
ORKIN BROTHERS
Kindly ien(t me particular! about youa
Piano Olub and your Player-piano Olub
Name t
Address .,..v.
City State i
No IlghtB were burning In the basement
or store at tho time, preventing a severer
explosion and fire. Tho plant had been
installed only two years ago and waa
suld to be of the most Improved type.
Johnson County Morlgngr Iteport.
TKCIIMSKII, Neb., Dec. S.-(SpecIat,)-.
Durlng the monti of November thirteen
farm mortgages were filed In Johnson
oounty, which amounted to (30,300; during1
that month eight farm, mortgages were
i released, representing But two
'city mortgage wero filed during Novem
ber, amounting to $1,500; three were re
I kand. amounting to $7S. Twenty-six
i chattel mortgages were filed in Novem
ber, the amount being $24.63i"a. During
that month seen chattel mortgages wcro
released amounting tj J.i.SUi

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