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w-n!Wi gwwfrw-fr Awmtwi)mmmtmmlimSM I 2 THE IOLA REGISTER FItfD AY FEBRUARY 8, 1901 . . , mm m. M G, I. ) i U UJ r & I fe( 5' THE IOLA REGISTER. i'(71)LISH12D KVKKY FRIDAY. OHA8. F. BOOTT. Kntoroil In the Fostofllce 'at Iola, Ktusas, ag Second GUm Matter. SUBSCRIl'TION 1'RIOK. Ono year. In Advance. Blx month, In advauce Tbrco mouths, In advance- AnVKRTIBINO RATES Uado known on application. 60 OFFICIAL PAI'KHIOF ALLEN COUNTY I'resiilfiifr Elder Dinboiaw Lnjs the Cornerstone of Uio Now Metliodlst Cliurch Interesting Ccie- monies. At 10 o'clock Tuesday the cerc tnonios Incident to the laying o tho corner stone of the now $10,000 Metliodlst cliurch in this city were con ducted by Presiding Elder Durboraw at tho silo,- corner of Madison and Buekojo streets. Desplto tho cold there w us n good crowd present and tho Interesting cctctnonlcs were close ly followed. Tlio choir was present and opened tho services, followed by prajer. Tho presiding elder read from tho Scrip tures, a hymn wus sung, Rev. I. Q. Pulllnm led In prajer, Psalm 132 was read, J. K. Henderson lead from I Corinthians, Hjmn 070 was sung, n collection for a memorial window was taken. Then a tin box was placed In tho hollow stono by tho presiding elder, who dedicated tho house tothoworshlp of God and tho advancement of his -a ill and purpose hero on earth, with a prajer that no harm should come to anyopo from Its erection, Including tho workman engaged upon it. In tho box were tho following articles: A Holy Bible, Methodist lrymnal, Meth odist discipline, Christian Advocate, Central Christian Advocate, Kpworth Herald, lola Dnllj llmivruit, Pel). 4; Iola Dally Hecotd. Southwost Do el oper, Historical sketch of the church bj J. 12. Hondeison, Copj of names of olllccrs of church in all depaitments, Rev. D. H. Shuoj's-nnme on a slip, Copies of other city papers. plans oi'tiiiiniiw iiuimjiku. The now house of worship will cost SIO'OOO and will occupy a beautiful sito close to the center of town. V. A. Cann, of St. Louis, Is tho aichltect .ami his plans call for a beautiful structure. It will be sex entj-six feet east and west and nlnetj -sex en feet noith and south, with a sevontj foot tower at tho corner. Tho walls will ho of cut stone and rich ted brick, topped bj manj gables and peaks and a slato roof. There will be hamUump memorial windows put in tin oughout the build ing in time, soveral boing flguied on now Theio will bo a librarj and class looms in addition to the main room. Tho pulpit will be iu tho middle of tho east sldo of tho main building, which will bo divided bj huge sliding doors Into an auditorium and Sunday school loom. The auditorium will bo 18x48 feet, tho seats- arranged in a seml-clrclo facing the pulpit At tho right of the pulpit will bo a place for tho choir. In tlieSunduj schoolroom tho seats will be similaily nt ranged so that when the sliding doors aio put back tho two looms will be thrown in to ono and tho lows of seats eone spond. At tho rear of both rooms tuns a gallerj above the lower tier of soats. HifeTOitY or thi: church oiuiani- ZATIO.V. Through tho klnduos of Mr. J. 12, Henderson tho HixiiSTUitis peunltted to print tho following sketch of tho history of tho Methodist church in Iola, which is tho liistorj bulled In tho coi nor stone of the new sti uctui e, v.hlch Is to typifj tho giowth in num bers and power of tho organization of today under the pastorate of ltov. John MacLean To tho olllciarj of tho First Metho dist Episcopal cliurch of lola, Kansas, Rev, John Maclean, pastr, gieotlng: Your committee appointed to look up tho early liistorj of our chinch in this city beg to submit tho following: Wo havo searched dillgentlj, eon slderihg the time allotted for this work, but cannot find either u list oi tho charter members or any member ship rccoid priot to 1833. "Wo did find tho following That the llrst sei vicos under the nspleos of tho Metho--dlstswoio held in tho residence of Mr. J. F. Colburn, before tho samo was completed, conducted bj llev. M Hahn. The Colburn faiullj remember sorvlco but can onlj remember M. that Mr. John Rutledgo and wife, Mr. Abnor Woloh and wlfo, a Mr. Clink and wlfo and posslblj Bio. I. 1J. Lawjer und wife. Thoj do remember that more persons were present, but cannot recall their namos, They remember this as ocourlng In Soptember of 18.V.I. Tho services were held in this samo building for two or three times when thoy were moved to tho residence of J. C. Clark, now the llrst house west of tho Tremont Hotel, and now owned bj Mrs.J. P. McNutt. It is prohiiblo that theso olght persons; J. C. Clark and wlfo, John Rutledgo and wlfo, Abner Wolch nnd wlfo, and I. B. Lawyer and wlfo wore the noucleus around which tho present membership hns gathered. If so, tho sacrod num ber havo passed over tho River, only Father Ira B. Lawyorrcmalns. When the building on tho south-east corner of West nhd Chestnut streets was con structed tho class hold services in it. This was tho first school house and public building bulU In tho city. Ser vices wero hold, at times, in a building where tho Klaumann store building now stands. It was tho building in which Quarterly mooting was hold in tho year 1809, at tho time when Mrs. C. Thrasher was received Ipto mem bership in this church. Her letter ha v ing been stolen on tho journoy to Kan sas. This meeting was hold probably May 1, 1800, tho date of tho llrst record found by your committee. Theso minutes tiro in part as follows: Minutes of the llrst .Quartcrjj meet ing for Iola Mission, May 1, 18G0. Conference opened with singing and prajer by M. Robertson, Presiding Rider. Members present as follows: N. P. Bukoy, pastor In chargo; David Stanllold, L. P.; D. Dornn. 12x.; T. D. Day, C. L.; A. Welch, C. L.; John Chirk, C. L.; John Trip, C. L.; M. Planks, C. L.; 12. L. Wllloy, C. L. Bi others Thomas Daj, Thomas Jack son nnd David Stanllold wcroappolnt ed a connnlttco to estimate the pastor's salary and repotted as follows: Ono hundred and twenty dollars. Sixth question. What has been raised as quarterage? Answer as fol lows: Humboldt Class 8 Iola Osage Deer Creek 2 00 Elizabeth, absent Rock Ci eek 2 00 Total 4 00 Henry Jennings was elected cltcult stoward, H. Doron, recording stew ard: 12. L. Willey, secietarj, Marko Robinson, presiding elder. Thus wo havo tho beginning, olllciallj, of tho present Iola charge. Tho pastors havo been as follows: N. P Bukoy, 18IS0; Thos. Willett, 18(11: W. T. Travis, 1802; W. I'imbet- lttii, 1801; C. Meadows, 1804; A. B. Walker, 18(i5-i0; C. K. Tobias, 1807; G. L. Williams, 1808: E. A. Graham, 1809-70; W. W. Welsh, 1871; L. M. Hancock, 1872; Thos, B. Palmer, 187.1; II. K. Muth, 1874-70; J. S. Kline, 1877-80; D. T, Suinmervlllo, 18S0-81; S. S. Wenthcrby, 1882-83; R. M. Scott, lSil-bO; X. B. Johnson, 1887-88; J. B. Ford, 18S9; A. S. Freed, 18H0.02; Isaac Hill, 1M ; James Hunter, 1894- t)".: I. B. Pulliam, 18')0-i7: A. B. Bi liner, 189S.il1); John Maclean, 1000. The presiding elders havo been as 'ollows: Mark Robinson, 1800-0.1, Ilartfoit district; .Tamos Shaw, 1804- (i0, Emporia district; (August 11, 1800, l. B. Lawjer was secietarj of quar ter! j conference, seventeen present, J. P. Noel, S. S. Supt.) C. R. Rico, 107-70; J. Allison, 1871; C. R. Lowis, 1872: A. K. Johnson, 117.1-70: 1). P. Mitchell, 1877-78; S. E IVnd eton, 1879-80: C. R. Riie, 18M-M: R. II. Sparks, 1H84-80: TI. W. C ..alioc, 1887- 92; S. S. Martin. 189.1-97: C. II. Dui- boraw, 1898-1900. .I.EjJIlJVIHjttSON, Com. A New Itestniirunt. loluhiisanew restautant. It will 1)0 conducted In a manner calculated toglvo tho best of satisfaction, and will undoubtedly bo a success. This place of business is on South Jetler- so.i street, Numbor '411, and Mr. William Keck is tlio proprietor. Mr. Keck has for tho past tvo jears been engaged in tho blacksmlthtng busi ness. Concluding to chtingo his busi ness he sold his tools, had tho build ing remodeled, overjthing bolng bright and now, and will open his doors for tho patronugo of tho public nest Wednosdnj. Tho culinarj depnitment will bo under tho watchful eyo of Mis. Keck, who has tho reputation of bolng ono of the best cooks In Allen county. Homo made bread, pies und cakes will bo sold, all of which will bo baked by Mrs. Keck, and this lady will porsonallj sco that everything is kept clean and tidy, a point which will ho appreciated bj tho hungry public. Meals will bo sorved at all hours, ami lunch will bo provided for thoso that doslro It. No pains will bo spared to inako this restaurant a favorite with tho peoplo. It is tho Intention of Mr. 'Ceok to give his customers tho best possible valuo for their money, whllo all will bo treated in tho most cordial and considerato manner possible. Mr. Keck has demonstrated his worth as a citizen,, Ho is a woithy man and wo bespeak far him a liberal sharo of tho patronugo of all thoso who eat at restaurants or shoit ordor houses. Remomber the place, No. 211 South Jetlerson avenue, ono-Jmlf block Bouth of tho post olllco corner tho samo stand formerly occupied by Mr. Kock in Ills blacksmith buslnoss. City Council Meeting. Tho city council met in special ses sion Tuesday night. A resolution was read from tho Uoaid of Education asking the mayor to call an election in District No, 10, on Fobruary 2f, 1001, to voto $20,000 bonds to erect a school house In tho 3rd vvard of tho city. Tho mayor ap pointed voting places and clerks and judges of election. Moved that city utlornoy tuko such nccossnry action to resist pajlng taxos on thowater woiks slto. Moved .that mayor bo scut to To poka, at city's oxpenso, to urgo legis lation for tho city of Iola. A petition for a now walk on north Walnut, signed by J. W. Smith and oloven others, was read and referred to a committee. Tho resignation of W. E.McPherson as night policeman was read and on motion nccoptcd. . Bills wero allowed as follows: A D Iloycr, saliry $ 40 00 II Shapcl, s Unry 40 00 V H McPhcrson, salary 40 00 FSCanatsey, salary 40 (X) W W MoCIuro, salary 10 00 Iola Qua Co, nan .. .. , 52,15 I K Patterson, supplies 10 71 into mtrticr ... 200 AT Hoffman, labor j 115 .1 F Campbell, roclc 3 45 It V Thrasher, pilntlng 8 00 0 S Kilter, printlnit . .... 20 BO W WCook, Water KM No 4 8,712 22 US Oust Iron Co, KstNo3 wntcrplpo. 4 418 01 U .M Heed, i;st No 3 l;lco llRht 2,4 12 00 r. M Itecd Ah Ide nnglnol r.leo Hunt. 8.10 00 Ilurnsi. McDonnell, cnk'InterlnB .... BOO 1)0 Cliuplln-rullorMfirCo boiler rcRlstcr 41 00 WHMcCluro, expenses to Topeka $14 4" V II ICclloy, hauling engine 1 01) I D Kcllcy, hauling engine . . 1 01) T M Gregory, guard pest house .. .. 28 00 Til Jones " ,, 54 33 Illmer Edwards " , ,,, 2 60 ,1 II Harris, Hilary Jnn 1901 . . . ,11 00 Henry Denning, labor 735 Chicago Lumber Co, lumber .. . 4107 I.MIlumsey, Ssteamgiuges . , .. 4 0.1 T 11 Slnnnon, nails 9 00 Sohell & 11 ilnl, hardware ., 10 h.1 Tho city attornoy was instructed to draw up an oidlnanco prohibiting spitting on sidewalks. Death ot Mrs. O. L. Stciiimiui. Mrs. O. L. Steinman died at her homo in Iola at 12 o'clock on Monday, February 1 1901, aged 37 jears, after a short Illness. Tho funeral was held from tho house 0111 Tuesday at 2 o'clock and was under tho caro of tho Rebeckuh lodge of which deceased was a member Rov. Dr. Swan olllclating, and tho remains but icd iu the Iola cemctcrj . Mrs. Steimmiu was born at Albany, Mo., October 1, 1801, and was married in that town on May 12, 1880, to Mr. Stoinman. Two children, both of them living, Maudo and Olhi, blessed tho union. Sho came with tho family to lola iu 1897 and by hor forco of character and winsome womanliness secured and hold tho warm friendship of a largo ciiclo of acquaintances. Sho was an actlvo member of tho Ro- beckah and Rojnl Neighbor lodges, both of which orders attended the funeral in a bodj. Her death Is uni versally regretted and tho family have tho sincere bj mpathj of tho community in their loss. A Fireman's Close Cull. "I stuck to m j engine, although every joint ached and overy norvo was racked with pain," wiites C. W. Bel- llunj, a locomotlvo Iheman, of Bur lington Iowa., "1 was weak nnd palo without unj nppotlto and all uindown. As 1 was about to give up, I got a bottlo of Elect! lu Bitters and, after taking it, I felt as well as 1 over did iu my life." Weak, sickly, run down peoplo alwajs gain new life, strength and vigor f 1 om their tiso. Try them. Satisfaction guarranteed by Evans Bros. Price AO cents. The Vellow Hug is Out. Tuosday a doctor was sailed to tho homo of Stephen B, Chnso, tho chili man living iu a tent on west Madison avenuo, to attend Ills daugh ter, Hattlo, who recently returned hero f 10m a visit in tho Indian Terri tory. The doctor was suspicious and referred tho case to Health Ollleer Teas, who Immediately oidered the plaeo quarantined and this was done. Tho girl is ill and seeinstohavo small pox, but tho case has not doveloped sulllclently to bo sure, llvory precau tion is bolng taken, the tent has been closed, tho family 'agreeing to Btuj iusldo, guards willwatch tho front und tho other children will bo confined there also. Tliodiscovcrj of a caso bo closo in town has 1 caroused tho tulk of tho necessity for a pest house, a placo for all who may from tlmo to tlmo tuko down with It, to bo Isolated and yet properly nursod and doctored. For this a tent with a good floor is suggosted, cold air bolng ono of tho best posslblo euros for tho dls oasc. Tho now caso, bolng in a tent, will 1 uiso tho question of how to fumi gate tho tho old lumbor and rags when tho case is ovor. UntFroT'oiKiuer Or Die . "I was just about gone," writes Mrs. Rosa Richardson, of Rural Springs, N. C, Iliad Consumption so bad that tho best doctors said that I could not live moro than a month, but I began to use Dr. King's Now Discovery and was wholly cured by sovon bottles and am now stout and well." It's an untivalod Ufo-savor in Consumption, Pnoumonla, La Grlppo und Bronchitis; infalllblo for Coughs, Colds, Asthma Hay Fovor, Croup or Whooping Cough, Guaranteed bot tles fiOo and $1.0J. Trial bot'los freo at Evans Bros, drug store. Two Moro Hcnegiules Develop nnd Two Mote Women Lelt in .Solitude and poverty. The sacred bondsjof matrimonj seem to bo as tho tlnlost thread in tho hands of a giant so far as holding powor on Iola husbands is concerned. Scarcely a month passes that somo husband doesn't dosort his wlfo and children nndlcavothemfor frlendsor thecounty or their own feeble efforts to suppoit, A RuaiSTUit reporter called tit tho city hall Wednesday and found two women there, both Josetted wives seeking u helping hand. Ono was a colored woman. Years ago Fanny Thompson came hero from Ft. Scott and soon located at tho poor farm where Bho has resided since. Last July a man Innuicd Chas. Som mors camo along and by his wiles and soft speech persuaded her that ho could mako llfo ploasantor for her than it was at tho poor farm. Ho fooled her and himself. They wedded and camo to Iola where ho worked at tho cement and brick plants until last Friday when ho wenton down thoptko, leaving hor stranded hero. Sho wants to bo returned to tho poor farm where sho can watch and wait for him or somo ono else. Tho other was Mrs. R. E. Lcnatta. Two jears ago sho was married to Mr. Lcnatta nnd thoy get along falrlj well until somo weeks ago when ho var ied tho monotony of getting booz.j by practicing pugilistic feats on her. She summoned' tho polico and ho was ar rested. Ho didn't quit drinking but ho quit lighting her. No change oc curred In tholr mode of llfo until that night. Tuosday was pay day and Mr. Lcnatta drew somo $30 coming to him at tho Nicholson smelter and in com pany with his brother, L. 12. Lcnatta, went. Tho wlfo Is left without a cent and with scarcely provisions for a meal. Sho is torn between conflicting emotions. Her brother-in-law boaided withy her and owes a bill. Ho loft his trunk at a sister's, Mrs. McDonald and Mrs. Lenatta thinks ho and her husband have their clothes in it and exptct to havo it sent after them. Tho sister icfusos to talk, so Mrs. Lcnntta will attach tho ttunk. Tho other plan Is to havo tho husband brought back. Sho wants tho trunk or tho husband, about a stand-olT in valuo. Sho was not tearful, nor whito with unger. "I think a man don't amount to much who will lcavo his woman without a cent," sho calmly stated. "I can work, and mako a liv ing, but I think ho ought to bo brought back as a punishment." And yet the law seems to lw verj elastic as to whether or not punishment shall bo meted out to such men. Ternisof Court Changed. Word comes from Topeka that tho bill Introduced In tho Senate by Sena tor Stewart of this county has passed and will" become a law. Tho bill changes tho time at which the sessions of tho district couit in tho Seventh dls trlc, which includes Wilson, Woodson and Neosho counties. Tho old law of 1897 1s icpearuA. It provided for sittings of court in Allen county on tho third Mondaj in March, tho third Monday in Juno and tho sec ond Monday In November. Tho now bill makes tho teims of couit como on tho first Tuesday in Fobiuary, tho third Tuesday in Maj and tho first Tuesday in October. Tho new law goes Into oiloct after April 25 1001. Tho purposo of tho law is to rellovo tho Allen county couit which hereto fore has sat at such times that no tlmo cpulil be allowed for a prolonged ses sion and adjourned terms havo been common, causing vexations, dolajs and added expense Tlic Aniomlo Honorable Tho To poka Capital thus corrects a mlspilnt and Incidentally tolls somo interesting facts about Iola Poitland cement which oven Iollt peoplo will bo pleased to read: "On Sundaj, January 27, tho Capi tal published an aitjolo legaidlng the Iola Poitland Cement which was writ ten by Prof. Grimsley of Washburn college. Through unfortunuto pi oof errors there was amlstako in tho state ment printed regarding tho tensile strength for cement 1 equlred by gov ernment specifications: also In tho tcusilo strength of tho Iola Portland cement. 1 "What Prof. Grimsley roally wroto and which should so havo appeared, was tho following: "Tho government specilicatlons re quire tho cement for their buildings to havo a tensllo breaking strength of at least 4.")0 pounds in sovon days, 67.1 pounds in 28 days, when tested with out sand. Iola cemont reaches 800 pounds in sovon days, nnd 1,000 pounds in 28 days. When three parts sand are mixed with one of cemont, tho govorntuont requires tho briquettes to stand 170 pounds in soven days and 250 pounds In 28 days. Such a mix ture of Iola cemont aftor soven days breaks at from 320 to 375 pounds, and aftor 28 days It roaches 420 to 500 pounds." Hkadaohe Neuiiaixha Coi.bs 1 ' Gitip. ' ' Nothing llko ' 'Ouanqiiink' ' powders to prevent, instantly roliovo, QUICKLY COrtF. KMMINATC. Trade With. EVANS Drugs, Drug Sundries, Patent Medicines, Pulnts and Brushes, Oils nnd Varnishes, Window Glass, Typo Writer supplies, Books, Stationery, Wall Paper, Art Materials) Blank Books, School Books, Sporting Goods. EVANS BROTHERS South Side Square, 'jvyyvv? THE PEOPLES' NATIONAL FAMILY NEWSPAPER, Published Mon ilny, Wednesday, nml Friday, Is In reality 11 lino fresh overs -6 th er-luy I) illy xlvlng the litest news on dii)1! of Issue, and eovcrlnu news of the other three It contains nil Itn portunt foreign cubic news which nmeurs In The Duly Tribune of simc date also domestic corre spondence, KllOlt stories. rictrunt halt tones. Humor ous Items, Indus trial Information, fashion notes nu rlculturol milters and comprehen sive und reliable tin ineial nnd in ir Iwt reports ItCKtil ir sulwcrlp tlon price J1.5H per ) ear NEW- YORK Si Itri-weekly I TRIBUNE VVV furnish It I with the Itctrlster for W JS per )cnr I Send all orders to THE tV. SsVWs. MAID CAUGHT A BURGLAR. lion 11 Illm'riM't Xim lurli Srrmnf Ailrolll llronuht the Pnllct- Pntrol, A rather curious method of burglar catching was reset ted to l)j an in genious maid M'tvnnt reeeutlj in New orlc. While in pursuit of her house hold duties the maid noticed n man's foot inside the clothes cloet. hh did not scream, iiiitlicr did she jump til the door, nor shut it with n bnng; histoid she took a bi 00111 and began lo sweep that corner of the mom near the cjpsct. Her nppro.ieh was gulden!, mid the sweeping was done so iiatiiiullj Unit it woiiht not have nroused the most suspicious burglar. At last the broom blushed the door gentlv, but liuid enough to close it to the fraction of nil inch With die or si 11101 e gentle nvrec ps that closet door was shut nnrl almost latched, which she nt length 8tic cetded in doing by gently pressing her arm agniust it. As tile telephone in her house wns so near the closet thnt the burglar would lie able to hear her if she called for assistance, she bethought herself of nnothcr plan, Tn the back j-nrd some telephone linemen were nt the time mnklng repairs on a wire thnt runs to nnothcr houpc in the block. She went out and spoke to them. Thej" promptlj- tnpped a wire, at tached a testing Instrument nnd called up one of the downtown ex changes, which in turn called up po lice hendqiuuters From there the call was sent to the police station liemest the House nnd two policemen wcie sent nriiuiiil and grit the man. lliicklen's Arnica Salve, lias world-wldo faino formarvollous cutos. It surpasses any other salvo, lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns, Bums, Bolls, Soros Tolono, Ulcors, Settors, Salt Uhoiuu, Fover Sores, Chapped Hands, Skin Ihup tlons; Infalllublo for 1'iles. Curo guaranteed. Only 2 jo at Evans Bios. I ti m 11 run 1-c for llnlliern. Insurance for batlieib is the newest entei prise in the Insurance line. I'en-nj-ln-the-slnt machines will he elect ed in popular bathing places. Jlcfore j on enter the water jou drop iu jour copper, and out pops a 24-liouis' life Insurance pollcj. Stiiitt-rlMK Contnuloim, Stuttering Is considered contagious In (lermanj. 'lnere are over 80,000 stuttering children In the tchools of that countrj, nnd the number ia steadily Increasing, Working Over Time. Bight hour laws are ignored by thoso tireless, Uttlo workers Dr. King's Now Llfo Pills. Millions aro always at work, night and day, euro lng Indigestion, Bllliousnoss, Consti pation, Slek Headache and all Stomach, Liver and Bowel troupes. Easy, pleasant, safe, sure, Only 25a at Evans drug store. I U BROTHERS Up-to-Date Goods in All Lines, Whcro quality Is of greatest importance, wo buy tho best. Where demand will justify, wo entry all grades and prices. Whcro price Is tho main consid oaratlon, wo will meet or discount any dealer In this part of tho stato. Goner Dug Store, Iola, Kansas. Published on Thursday, nnd known for nearly sixty )cin In ev ery part of the U, S us . national fumlly newspaper of the hlKheit class, for fnrmcri nnd villagers It contains all tho most Important general news of The D illy Tribune up to hour of go ing to press, un agricultural dc pirtment has en tertaining reading for ever) member of the family old and )oung mar ket reportN which arc neccpted us nuthorlty b fnrm cri and country merchants nnd Is clean up to date. Interesting und Instructive Itegtihir subscrip tion price ifl uo per) ear Wo furnish It with The Iteglster for Jl 80 per )eur. NEW- YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE REGISTER, Tola, Kansas, i j Ajlhl CULBERTSON'S UNDERTAKING PARLORS. OPEN DAY AND NICHT Ono of tho best equipped under taking establishments In. tho stato. PROMPT SERVICE. REASONABLE PRICES, Every Call Answered. 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