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■ W. A. Jones, the Missing Civil Engineer, Insane AND TAKES HIS OWN LIFE e Mysteriously Disappeared From Tuskaloosa Last Week and His Death Was the First Intimation of His Whereabouts. Mr. W. A. Jones, whom the State Her ald mentioned several days ago as hav ing mysteriously disappeared from the government works near Tuskaloosa, where he was employed as civil engineer, killed himself in Texis near Tyler by jumping from a car window. As will be remembered, Jones ]eft_un der rather mysterious circumstances. He had a good situation and was receiving good'pay. He worked under Major Har dle. He left without saying anything, taking along with him a revolver. He left his overcoat and most of his cloth ing. It was at first thought that he would go to some tfUiet place and kill himself. He was well known In Birmingham and a close watch was made for him here, but he was not found. Among his friends hereabouts were Mr. Walter Moore of Horse Creek and Mr. John Fos ter of Jasper. Jones went to'Memphls and from there wrote to these gentlemen, telling them he had made a complete ass of himself in leaving his position, but as he had the promise of a good position in Texas he thought he would go on there Monday morning. These gentlemen, who had re plied to Jones' letter, received a tele gram announcing Jones’ death In the railroad hospital at Tyler, Tex. It seems that while the train was speed ing along between Texarkana and Tyler on Sunday Jones jumped out. through one of the windows. When picked up he rapidly as possible to the hos pital. but never regained con sciousness and died. The letters from Messrs. Moore and Foster were found on his person and to them tele grams were sent, as above stated. A brother of the dead man In Virginia was placed In communication with the' railroad authorities In Texas and the re mains were ordered shipped back to Vlr-. ginia. Jones was eccentric, but was not thought to be out of his mind. It Is nowj believed he was temporarily insane when he left Tuskaloosa and that he came to himself when he reached Memphis. He evidently went wrong again while en route to an Imaginary point in Texas and In a fit of Insanity jumped through the window. brood nsning at mast Lane 12-1-tf _ WITH THE COURTS. The general charge was given for the defendant in the case of Vassal- L. Allen, administrator, vs. the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad company. The case of S. A. Hinds vs. W. P. Myatt 1s on trial. In the second division the case of John W. Thompson vs. C. A. Stowers and the . same vs. C. A. Stowers & Co. were dis missed. A judgment was rendered In favor of the defendant in the case of the Mutual Loan and Trust company vs. T. H. Mol ton. A decree of divorce was rendered in the case of Coleman Howard Hammond vs. Annie Hammond. The following damage suits have been filed: Abe Avery vs. Smith Mining company; damages. Singer Manufacturing company vs. I. F. Love and T. W. Lawson; damages. M. Dlckert vs. Birmingham Railway and Electric company; damages. Criminal Court. John Skinner, a negro, was convicted of manslaughter in the second degree. He was given two years at hard labor. Thornton Barfield, Dock Davis and George Davis are on trial for highway robbery. Probate Office. Marriage licenses were issued yester day to the following parties: Mr. John Patterson and Miss Lucy Bragg. Mr. J. S. Goggans and Miss Llndy Glover. Real Estate Transfers. Clifton Pruitt to Arthur Wear, east half of northeast quarter, section 25, township 15, range 1 west; $15. Thomas M. and Mattie Graves to New York National Building and Loan asso ciation, lot 1, block 8, J. T. Hood's sub division of Woodlawn; $800. Inferior Criminal Court. Jennie Goode, disdfderly conduct; $5. Henry Sims, disorderly conduct; $2.50. Henry Hawkins, petty larceny; $10 and costs and five da^p extra on the streets. Tom Tobie, disorderly conduct; $5. The right “ad” in the right place will always bring re sults. Try a space in the State Herald’s “Cheap Columns.” Charges nominal for all ex cept “Situations Wanted,” which are free. EARLY ELECTRIC CARS. The first cars In the morning leave as fol lows: From Cleveland.6:50 From Twelfth avenue.6:05 From South Highlands.5:30 From North Highlands.6:00 From Avondale....5:30 From Avondale, second car.6:48 From Fountain Heights.5:46 From Fountain Heights, second car.6:00 One hour later on Sundays. Late Cgrs. Leave Second avenue for— North Highlands-. 11:30 p m Fountain Heights.11:00 p m Avondale.11:00 p m Cleveland.11:30 p m Twelfth avenue.11:00 p m South Highlands.11:00 p m South Highlands.11:30 p m South Highlands.12:01 a m 12-1-tf _ Do not these times justify you in saving the 25 cents? If so, buy a dollar bottle of whisky for 76 cents. H BARNARD, 209 and 21119th Street. Open until 9:30 p. m. 12-13-tf_ FOR SALE. The board of managers of the Charity hospital desire to sell all the red brick, furnace window weights, pipes, etc., to be seen on the grounds of the hospital at Smithfleld. Apply between the hours of 12:30 and 2:30 p. m. at 2011 Park avenue. 11- 14-tf__ Oyster cocktails at the Met* ropolitan bar. i i-i a-tf Good fishing at East Lake. 12- l-tf • S .... - -*• CONFEDERATE VETERANS. Appeal by Gen. F. S. Ferguson That They Con tribute to the Building of Battle Abbey. Headquarters Alabama Division United Confederate Veterans, Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 10, 1895. 1. The convention of United Confeder ate Veterans at Houston, Tex., last May appointed a committee to consider the proposition of Comrade Charles Broad way Rouss to erect a suitable memorial building In which to preserve the relics of the war and for other historical and benevolent purposes. 2. The proposition of Comrade Rouss is that he will give $100,000 towards the erection of the building If the United Confederate Veterans will raise the same amount for that purpose. 3. The committee, acting for and by the authority of the convention, has accepted the proposition, and now appeals to each camp of United Confederate Veterans to sustain that action by promptly Supply ing the funds. 4. The commander-in-chlef. General Gordon, most heartily approves the plan, and requests the ladies of the south to set apart the first day of May, 1896, as Memorial Day, and by such methods as they may devise raise money to aid in the great enterprise. 5. The major-general now brings this patriotic undertaking to the attention of the veterans of the Alabama division, and appeals to them by the memories of the past, and their determination that its history shall be written in truth, to re spond quickly and liberally to .the call. And to the end that the contribution of this division shall be second to none, he suggests that each veteran make a dona tion, however small, and that each camp, as a body, give to the best of its ability. All funds raised for the purpose must be deposited in some bank, reported at once to Col. Robert C. Wood, 44 Perdido street, New Orleans, La., and, on his requisition, turned over_tp the proper authority designated by him. 6. The major-general, with .confidence, appeals to the daughters of Alabama to set apart the first day of May, 1896, and on that day, by such entertainments as their good taste may suggest, aid their fathers and brothers to build the Battle Abbey of the south. 7. The city of Montgomery was the first capital of the Confederate states. There its constitution was adopted, its president Inaugurated, its flag unfurled. No other city has higher or better claims to the location of the proposed memorial build ing. and to its patriotic and large-heart ed people tljo major-general makes the earnest appeal that they do all in their power, by the raising of money and the donation of a suitable building site, to Induce the United Confederate Veterans to make, it the permanent home of south ern history—the Mecca of southern pa triotism. By command of F. S. FERGUSON, Major-General. Official: HARVEY E. JONES. Adjutant-General and Chief of Staff. Good fishing at East Lake. 12-l-tf _s_ Plenty of Work Without Fighting. The Talladega Mountain Home says: "There Is plenty of work for democrats to do without fighting one another." a-- ; DUKE 1 Cigarettes *0 ■ MADE FROM High Grad® Tobacco ! AND ABSOLUTELY PURE 12-30-su-wed- frl - wky-1 y Order of Publication. The State of Alabama—Judicial Depart ment--The Supreme Court of Alabama, November term, 1825—Appeal from Jeffer son Chancery Court—Sixth division, 511. James B. Wood et al. vs. Lomax Pittman, Administrator. Whereas, on the 25th day of November, 1825. an order of publication was made in the above stated cause as follows, to-wit: "Come the said appellants, James B. Wood and R. W. Breli, and move the court for an order of publication, as required by law, citing Willie J. Hardy, Edward Hugh Hardy ami Pearl Hardy to appear at the next call qf the sixth division of this court and to Join in the assignment of errors In this cause, and In support of said motion Sam Will John, Esq., an attorney of this court, here makes with in writing that the said Willie J. Hardy Is a non-resident of tho State of Alabama, and his place of residence is unknown and that Edward Hugh Hardy and Pearl Hardy are minors under the age of 14 years, non-residents of the State of Alabama- and reside with their mother, Minnie Hardy Gist, In Washington, District of Columbia. “Wherefore it is ordered that notice be published for fodr consecutive weeks in the Birmingham State Herald, a newspaper published in the city of Birmingham, county of Jefferson and State of Alabama, citing said Willie J. Hardy and the said Edward Hugh Hardy and Pearl Hardy to appear at tho next call of the sixth division of this court and to Jon in the assignment of errors in this oause, and notifying them that If they fall so to do a severance will be had on the errors assigned by said appellants, and that a copy of sold notice be sent by mall to Bald Minnie Hardy Gist and Edward Hugh Hardy and Pearl Hardy at Washing ton, District of Columbia.” Now. therefore, pursuant to said order, this publication is made, and the said Willie J. Hardy and Edward Hugh Hardy and Pearl Hardy are hereby cited to appear at the next call of the sixth division of this court and to Join in the assignment of er rors in this cause, and notified that if they fail so to do a severance will be had on the errors assigned by said appellants, who sued out said appeal In. their own names. Witness, Sterling A. Wood, Clerk of the Supreme Court of Alabama, at the capital, this, 11th day of December, 1898. STERLING A. WOOD, Clerk Supreme Court Sam Will John, Attorney. 12-I3-frl-4t E. m. CLftRK, The Hair Cutter, 112 Nineteenth Street - Ladles and children a specialty, at resi dence or emporium. I have with me all first-class artists— F. P. Walker. J. H. Scott, Uoblle; Stone of Atlanta. U-15-lmo | A One-Dollar Superb Christmas Present Bringing the giver to mind twelve times during a year. Every girl and woman will appreciate a year’s subscription to THE LADIES’ HOME JOURNAL Send One Dollar to The Curtis Publishing Company, Philadelphia COPYRIGHT, 1685, BY THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY It 9t 9C9C9C9C 9C ft ft ft ft ft i ~ COllilM LOAN CO 5^ 209 N.20th Street, Money loaned on Watches Diamonds, Jewelry, Pistols. &c. F are t large lot of unredeemed watches on till r' rr l'‘tf ” 1r>*T* r>rin». <n 1R-ff — CHEAP^COLUMN.= Free to Those Wanting Situations. The State Herald, always friendly to the needy, will publish free of charge in its Want Columns advertisements for situa tions wanted of twenty-five words or less three times. The charge for other Wants is 1 Cent Per Word Each Insertion, almost nominal; and if you want anything an “ad” In the State Herald Cheap Column will bring It. Especially Is such the case in ROOMS FOR RENT. BOARDING. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. SPECIAL NOTICES BUSINESS CHANCES. PERSONALS. STOLEN. STRAYED. LOST, FOUND. SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED TO TRADE. BIDS AND PROPOSALS. PROFESSIONAL. BARGAINS. PARTNERS WANTED. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED BIDS. WANTED TO BUY. WANTED TO SELL. INFORMATION WANTED. HELP WANTED. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents. WANTED. M BIRMINGHAM j® ® • LOAN COMPANY,®® 112 North Twentieth Street. Call and see our bargains in diamonds, solid gold, filled and silver watches, charms, rings, jewelry of all kinds, adjusted watches, pistols, cartridges. Money loaned on all articles described above at reasonable rates. Business strictly confidential. Pri vate entrance Jfromthealle^_oc20-tf WANTED—Situation by young lady as saleslady or tailoress. Address Anxious, care State HeraJd. 12-13-2t WANTED ON SALARY—A business part ner with $200 capital. Call at 309 20th street 8 to 11 o’clock a. m. _ 12-13-3t WANTED—Situation by first-class young lady stenographer; five years’ experience in law and railroad business; salary rea sonable. Address Rapid, 2022 Morris ave nue. _12-12-3t WANTED—By a young man of good mor als, good education, good writer, graduate in bookkeeping, a position as bookkeeper or secretary of some company; stae salary offered. Address J. M. R., Box 4-1, Rut ledge, Ala._ 12-12-3t WANTED—Have you real estate to sell? Do you want to buy or sell stocks and bonds? Have you available mineral lands to develop or dispose of? Do you want to make or negotiate a loan? Have you any enterprise to promote? -If so, then see J. E. Clarke, Broker, 203 Chalifoux Block. 12-1 l_-tf ROOMS WANTED—Three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping in house with conveniences centrally located; ref erences exchanged. Address H. B. W., this office.12-11-3t WANTED—State agents for Daugherty Typewriter. Apply to Leigh & Cooper, Birmingham, Ala. 11-15-tf WANTED—300 station men for railroad work, Guatemala, C. A. Good digging, food prices and a long time job. Apply to . H. Randolph. 328 Exchange Alley, New Orleans, La. May & Jekyl, Contractors. novl9-lm WANTED—Your watch, clock and jewelry repairing. Will make them as good as new at most reasonable prices. E. Low lnsohn, 2010 1st avenue.11-20-tf Fire Insurance Written at 20 per cent below regular rates. F. H. ARMSTRONG & CO., 2017 Second Avenue, Birmingham, Ala. 11-9-lm FOB BENT. for*1rent; No. 51215th street, North, 7 rooms and ser vant’s house, $10. No. 1410 5th avenue, a rooms; large lot and water furnished; $10. No. 1601 Avenue. D, 3 rooms, $5. No. 1605 Avenue D, 5 rooms, $8.15. FOR SALE. 7-room house and lot at West End on elec tric car line; fine well of water and lot 50x 195; will sell at a great bargain on monthly payments. 160 acres of coal lands close to the city, two openings; one 400 tons and One 200 tons each per day; will sell at a great sacrifice; need money. Small payment, balance easy terms. $12,000 amount for the property. $650—House and lot, Smlthfleld; $60, bal ance $10 per month; lot 60x200; splendid well, barn, etc. $850—Corner lot, 100x140 ; 4-room house, new; 3 rooms nicely papered; new fence; In side corporate limits; cheap. $350—Five acres close to city on pike. $1250—Two 5-room houses, close to cotton factory; nicely papered; lots 60x190 each; southern front. Lots at Ware’s Grove, $260 up. large size; also In Jonesville, at very low figures; have some acreage property that Is good for trucking. L. O. PETTYJOHN, 1826% Third avenue Jf ISCSlAiAJVEOOB. I—*-*-. BICYCLES—New bicycle shop. Wheels for rent and repaired. Flrst-clase work, 1801 2nd avenue, F. D. Miller. 12-7-Ut 5-CENT BUTTER—By a late scientific dis covery good butter can be made for less than 5c a pound; It is not an oleomar garine or an artificial, but a butter made from the pure elements of cow’s butter; contains no injurious ingredients; is just as wholesome as the best creamery butter; anyone can make it; agents make from $10 to $20 a day selling the material or mak ing butter for sale; for full information send for circular free. Address Planet Manufacturing Company, Wichita. Kas. Mention this paper.12-12-3t MAKE MONEY—By careful speculation in grain through a reliable, successful lirm. Excellent opportunities to make profits by our new- plans; fully explained and sent free; highest references. Pattison & Co., 761 Omaha Bld’g., Chicago, 111. 11-28-5m MONeL LOANED on diamonds, watches, jewelry and most anything of value. Lib eral, confidential and responsible. Old gold and silver bought. Standard Loan Co., 2010 1st avenue.11-20-tf MQNEY TO LOAN—On furniture, without removal, from $10 up. S. R. Searle, 17th street, between 1st and 2d avenues, my 2-3m EXCELSIOR STEAM LAUNDRY—George A. Blinn & Son, Proprietors, 1807 2nd ave nue. Telephone 222, Birmingham. 12-2)-tf FOR SALE AT COST FOR CASH for thirty days to reduce stock— Anything in WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY, SIL VERWARE, Etc. Select your Christmas presents now. O. P. O. J. S., 2020 First Avenue, HARRY MERCER, to be given away in my win FOR SALE. $160—Four acres In good location across Vil lage creek, near Jonesville. Need money, must sen. _ $550—$50 cash, $10 a month—House and lot 8th avenue, near Walker street, Smlthfleld. $650—Twenty acres; 4-room house, barn, 150 fruit trees, 225 grape vines; one mile from East Lake. $900—100x140, corner 15th street and Avenue J; well shaded; nice building spot. $1500—Splendid home near Ware's Grove. $2500—Beautiful home on 11th avenue, South Highlands, near 18th street. $3000—Large 2-story modern home on 10th avenue, South Highlands, near 19th street. $3000—50x140, six rooms, 3d avenue, near 17th street; $800 cash, balance monthly. $7000 will buy a $10,000 store on 20th street close in. Well rented. A bargain. $16.50 a month rent—No. 1503 11th avenue, South Highlands. $1700—Beautiful lot, 5th avenue, near 24th street. S. E. THOMPSON, No. 215 21st street. For sale] i Alley corner on 21st street, 90x100, 5-room house, for $3250 cash. 640 acres of land In twelve miles of city for $3 per acre cash. 50x140—5-room house, Avenue E, between 26th and 27th streets, for $1275; easy terms. 60xl90—0n Avenue F, between 26th and 27th streets, for $425 cash. 60x240—On 8th avenue, between 22d and 23d streets, for $1500 cash. 25x140—On 3d avenue, close In, for $3500, $500 cash, balance easy terms. Three acres of land at Avondale for $275; easy terms. 50x140, on 5th avenue, between 24th and 25th streets, for $1750; third cash, balance one and two years. Two 9V4-acre blocks of fine land right near Elyton for $65 per acre. ^ WANTED. $2000 at 6 per cent for two years. HAGOOD & THOMAS, _222 21st Street. LOST! The Opportunity of Your Life If You Fail to Buy Now. 50x190—7th avenue. North, $6500. 60x190—5th avenue. North, $5500. 65x100—17th street. North. $3600. 60x240—8th avenue. North, $4000. 50x140—3rd avenue, North, $2760. Three-story brick store, 2d avenue, North, *12,500. SOUTH HIGHLANDS. 110x175—20th street, $5250. 105x165—Avenue 1, $5360. 234x172—20th street, $10,000. Residence, $5250. Residence, $5000. Residence, $6500. Residence, 2lst street, $4500. Residence, 18th street. $8000. 100x236—Vacant lot, 20lh street, $4000. Elegant country home, Woodlawn, $2600. W. B. LEEDY & CO.. Telephone No. 42.11414 North 21st St .A. Hair SlXSbV© Cut for fox Ten 25 Cents. Cents. IMI. 3D. LOFTIN, 117 20lb Street. Skilled white barbers. ll-9-tf Sheriff’s Sale. ' : By virtue of a writ of fieri facias Issued out (if the clerk’s office of the circuit court of Franklin county, state of Alabama, and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to make the amount of a certain Judgment recently obtained against W. A. Blythe out of the goods, chattels, lands and tenements of the said W. A. Blythe, I have levied on the following property, to-wit: Fifteen shares of the capital stock of the Bates Manufacturing Company of the par value of $100 per share. Therefore, according to said command, I will sell at public outcry, for cash, all the above described property, on MONDAY. THE 23RD DAY OF DECEM BER, 1895, during the legal hours of sale, at the court house door In said county. Dated this 11th day of December, 1895. G. M. MORROW, Sheriff of JeSerson County, Alabama. HIRSCH Dig Ms m piilliwy Company. 2022 First Avenue. I ! They are Manufac turers’ Sample Gar ■nents, and we bought them at a great bar gain for cash. Colors brown, black, navy blue *and tan. _ , IC^CIVCU, Mandolin, melon and bishop sleeves; heavy, ^ corded seams; all sizes. / Just received in Cloth, | Astrachan, Plush, Ve New Capes ) / lour and Silk Velvet. CHEAP CHRISTMAS GOODS! Matchless Toys 1 Beautiful Dolls ! Interesting Games 1 Hand some Books! Birmingham’s Holiday Quarters! Have just received $20,000 worth of Holiday goods which must be dispos ed of before Jan. 1. Largest assortment of Christmas presents in tha south. 25 dozen large fancy horns..$ 5 100 dozen dolls, long flowing hair,.$ 23 17 dozen 10c Jack in boxes. 3 13 dozen 10c bellow toys. 3 72 dozen 10c painted vases. 5 350 dozen large Christmas candles, 27 dozen decorated china cups and sau- dozen. 9 cers. 35 24 dozen assorted colored doll babies... 33 50 dozen 25c tin toys. 9 36 dozen doll furniture. 10 36 dozen beautiful china tea sets. 9 45 dozen assorted 10c games. 5 92 dozen large china dolls. 9 72 dozen fancy 10c cap pistols. 5 24 dozen 25c painted carts. 12 17 dozen 10c picture books. 5 12 dozen $1.50 steel axle wood wagons.. 99 41 dozen 50c red chairs. 23 10 dozen good size velocipedes. 1 98 12 dozen $2 hobby horses.1 25 Solid car load of Bicycles, Tricycles. Velocipedes, Iron Wagons, Wheel Barrows, Handy Wagons, Hobby Horses, Rocking Horses, Chairs, Toy Furniture, Desks, Tool Chests, Black Boards, Drums, Sewing Tables, Doll Buggies, etc. Mountains of Toys and Dolls; large assortment Sewing, Manicure, Shaving and Smoking Sets; beautiful display rich cut glass and Haviland dinner sets; handsome line Dresden, French and Japanese Cups and Saucers; William Rogers’ 1847 Orange, Salad, Soup, After Dinner, etc., sets in plush cases at reduced prices. Big stock Japanese and Art Goods. Grand assortment of Lamps. Come and bring the children to see our astonishing bargains and Santa Claus. JOHN W. O’NEILL CO. “THE FAIR.” 2020 SECOND AVENUE AND 2021-23 THIRD AVENUE. HSrSpeclal Prices to Merchants. son AND IIGOIEI BOOK AND STATIONER! mT” 2008 First Avenue. Beautiful Calendars, BooKiets anil curistmas Caras. Thousands of volumes of miscellaneous books. Hundreds of volumes of artistic books for presents. Many little volumes of devotional books. All the latest and best books for the youths of our land. Board books, color books, toy books and linen books for the little tots. Bibles and Prayer Books. A Bagster Bible, divinely circuit, large size, maps, reference helps and con cordance, only $1.45 ; with patent index $2. 25. > SSTToys of all kinds. Dolls, doll carriages, velocipedes and iron \vag0n3. ZR,emcLOT7“aJ-1 The Birmingham Undertakers and Funeral Directors Have moved to the Watts building, corner Twentieth street and Third avenue, and are fully prepared with a first-class stock of burial cases, robes, etc., and will give prompt and efficient services to its patrons. It belongs to no combi nation. The finest funeral car and carriages in the city. DOC Sag e. Embalmer. I H. Ed Warner, Funeral Director The Metropolitan Hotel and Restaurant Nos. 8 and IQ North 20th Street, Corner Morris Avenue. NEXT TO THE UNION DEPOT. REGULAR MEALS, 25 CENTS. ✓"V TT I"" | EDUCATIONAL. 1,11 JL1 I I Collegiate Institute for Boarders, ■ The Cedars,” . . . Selma, Ala. Every branch of polite education taught. I * Special attention to music. Children front /'Vj _ _ ___ _ 3 to 7 received In Kindergarten Depart J O ment. Primary, Intermediate and higher M lv J I l I I I €Al course—Latin optional. School year from ■ 1 v^r Hrgt Mon(lay ,n gfentember till last week of ■ _ June. Terms, 3160 per school year, half St | I / 1 — yearly, ln advance. Music extra. The In V |(VQ I I JfV stltute Is under the care of the Sisters of \ / \ Ft I) I \ J\I Mercy, who devote themselves to the well \_/ being and literary Improvement of the young ladles. Pupils received any time, charged from date of entrance. The great-, est care bestowed on their health, comfort, Office and Yard: manners and dejmrtmcnt.T MEI|CY Broad Street, Selma, Aia. Cor. Avenue A and 22d Street. - -♦ We sell more lump coal than any yard in the city. Potter Building, First Avenue. — ..... __. _ Sessions Day and Night. I . cv I_J f ~ I y A modern, progressive, practical school of r| I If—J | 1 1 it If I L\ business. Tuition rates reasonable. Post u ^ ^ **. y tlons for graduate*. Call or write for cat alogue. Manager. A Aiimpn and Tumors CURED no knife. TELEPHONE 1020. M N U EH*.