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11 r fjj 7 the A a r I 8 V? Si V an i Through these columns the house wife not only secures her domestic help, seamstress, laundress, nurse and cook, but she trades her old piano for a nearly new dining room set, her old sealskin coat for a costly sideboard, and "hubby's" old overcoat for a load of kindling wood. In the course of time she finds a better place to live at a lower rent, finds a cost buyer for that suburban lot, discovers a better music teacher for the children and rents an extra room in the house to pay the wages of the household help. THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES by FT0 U saog P via Li &J Vss ear 1 V F f n 77777-.7777;- r- , ,,,,,, rlll rwra-.-77 : . . i J We Can Save You Qne-Half on Your Dental Bill. Come in and talk it over with us. Examination Free. No charge for extracting when ordering new teeth. Painless Extracting; 50c. While Dental Parlor 3 111 "West Washington Ave. Over Kerr's Book Store. Lady Attendant. Open Tues., Thurs. and Sat. Nights Hell Phone Main -120. FREIGHT BAGGAGE RED UUE TAXIS MESSENGERS RflcGBULS FiTRxrrriui SOUTH MJCHOLVX ST. Opposite Auditorium. V V v. ) -1 v5, ; ( -V t . . . , . . " ".A'-.J Tit XO CTTtE, NO PAY. Lowest Prices $10 Examination FREE! Make no mistake go I to the reliable special- ists. They will cure you ' quickly and cheaply. Honest, faith ! fful eervice, new advanced treat ment, expert skill, quick results, and reasonable charges. Examina tion free. HEN with disease unfitting them for work, business ! or study, aro consulting them daily. SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN All tkin and blood 1 disease quickly cured, Kupture i cured without the knife. BLOOD POISON & the injoc- ion or i'r. ' Eriich's Neotalvarcan. known as ! 914," all sores on body, limb-3, in ! mouth and throat soon disappear, j and your disease cured in less time ' than at Hot priim's, and at much ! less expense to you. Until October 1 wo will administer Dr. Krlich's ! latest discovery. "91 L" (better than "COG") fur low prices. Como ' now. Varicose Enlargement s Enlxa-;ed veins, corded and knotty. I Wl CUHB this manhood wrecker S Itemember. iff you have ever taken ! treatment and failed to t:ct cured, 1 we aro particularly anxious to have you consult ns. Wo cure many c;u?es in one treatment. If 1 you live out off town como to South Bend for one day. OUT-OU-TOWN MUX VISITING tiu: CITY CONSULT US AT ONCE UPON arrival ami maybe you can be cured before returning home. Many ca?-s can be cured in one or two or more visits. Address Dr. Fiasnor Co. i south iu:xn. ixn. ! .tWs M". Washington A v.. Peek's Shoe Store, over 1c wore Old Regime at Court House Gives Way to ISIew on Friday; Here A re Two ISlew Deptuies - v v. Lours si:gitty. A spirit off sadness and of joy com bined prevailed at the court house Thursday where the finishing touches ; were being put on the term's work by ; the various members of the old regime ! who must now step down and out. : The sadness was in it all because the. familiar scenes and the familiar work ; must be laid aside forever, but the joy was there also becauso the pros j pect off rest and of travel, perhaps, was not unwelcome after the years of toil. The departing officials are not all certain as to what they will do, Sher iff Swanson is considering the propo sition of locating in the country where health, prosperity and content ment dwell. Trustee Krueger is not fully decided as to his course but it is not improbable that he will again enter the employ of the Studebakers or the Olivers for whom he has worked. Jud.se Van Meet, it has been announced, will return to his law practice and will be in partnership with chiLvler Hubbell. J. A. Jester. I who has served as bailiff of the su . perior court, will again take up his work as a contracting carpenter. ClirUtopIis to Trawl. Frank Christoph, county clerk, and his wife, will spend the coming year in travel as will also Frank Christoph, jr. The latter will go at once to Dia mond lake, Mich., where he will visit for a week with George Lowitz after which he will visit in Illinois and in The Greatest Cash Raising U n it in a th ix T II? m ILd I1A Jhk INi JL h I 1 of Men's and Bov's Hkh Grade Suits and I i Overcoats Ever Held in South Bend. Ill A I F MOW ( w ror me A ' if '., , , . , iL -,, ... STAXLKY TOHOLSKI. Iowa, On Jan. 12 ho will leavo for Ean Francisco from whence he will go to Japan. It is his intention to go around the world if conditions in Eu rope will permit. Mr. and Mrs. Christoph will leavo on Jan. 12 for New Orleans from where they will go to Havana, then to Colon, Panama, through the canal and back and then again to New Or leans from whence they will go to Phoenix, Ariz., and to San Francisco. Than ,m o ,ri J, I j ww. fc w O "'"1 New York, The change in the offices Is being made quietly and with no interrup tion -of the work inasmuch as' the new officials have made themselves fa miliar with the work during the last few weeks. A called meeting of the har association was held late in the afternoon in the superior court room where a formal vote off appreciation was given to the retiring judge. Hntsnn to Kcmain. Frank Hatson remains as court stenographer for the superior court. Kichard Genge. retiring county asses sor, becomes bailiff of this court. In the sheriff's oilice after Friday will be the new sheriff, with John Cully, now deputy clerk, and Frank Xiedz godski as deputy sheriffs. O. A. King becomes turnkey at the jail. Joseph Voorde takes possession of the office of township assessor and his deputies are Armand Horenn. J. Wes ley Hill and James G. Smith. John M, Truax is the new county assessor canyon, and then return to South Misses Helen Hooth and Ruth Cole; Bend from where they will motor to.son- Mrs- J- A- nJode- readings, Mrs. Xew York I A. L. IJrenner; piano solos by Miss flaw &(T YA? and he has appointed as deputy his son. Roscoc Truax, George Raab, who succeeeds Frank Christoph, has appointed his brother. John, an his chief deputy. Miss Helen jjiCKey remains in tne omce as recora clerk. Stanley H. Tobolski ha-s been appointed deputy clerk to wait upon the superior court, while L,ouis Segety:dues. so lines. Come in and join succeeds Frank Christoph. jr., as now. probate clerk and clerk of the circuit court. Tobolsk! Well Known. : Stanley Tobolski is one of the well' Known youn? men ot tne west end, having lived in this city during his entire lifetime. He his had superior educational advnntas. He spent four years in Xotre Dame university and also live years at St. Cyril college in Chicaqo where he took up a medical course. His many friends are loud in their praise of him as a young man with a record above ro- proach and with ability and ideals : certain to put him rapidly in the fore i front. I Louis Secetv wa born in Hungary 'in l.SSS, but was brought to this city when he was only two vears old. Ilej thus lived here ever since his arrival ,f,ntrv !tnr1 rfiirintr t b o iiuwi man. lie is one oi me mosi irinuc.i- itial young Hungarians in i was instrumental in having erected ( 'the Magyar Haz on Chapin st. He! tr mization for three vears and he is banuauon mr u iret tblctie now president of the .dagar Atnieuc was imancuu seeretao hji . club. During the last two year.-, ne tne last iwo )c;us ennant-winning baseball I has lead a pe team in the factory league. I PROGRAM TO FOLLOW BANQUET AT Y. W. C. A. Following the membership banquet given New Year's night at the Y. W. C. A. by the hoard of directors a program will be given. It will con sist of a piano solo by Miss Helen Gullfoyle; readings by Mrs. C. L. Wolcott; violin solos by Miss Wilda Shontz: Hungarian dance by the ill 1 T - 1 1 . 4. 1- Tl ss Genevieve Hardy. The banquet will begin at 6:30 o'clock and immediately after this the annual reports of of ficers and secretaries will be given and new directors will be elected. During the dinner music will be fur nished by Miss Edna Tule. THFi AMERICAN TRUST COM PANY'S CIIKISTMAS MOXKV CLUH". Is now forming. Call at the Trust Company nnd get started for the Xew year. There is a membership card hero ready for you. No expense. Xo dues. Xo line's. Come in and join now. Advt. The American Trust Co. UNION TKUST COMPANY Pays 4 per cent on savings. Depos its received prior to January 11th will bear interest from January 1, 1915. Join our Christmas Savings Club. Advt. Inst 10 vears lias been tne support oi ,), .i.?. xiMt.a ruwiiuM KU.rAKfiiK.M- wii-L a widowed mother. In 1905 he enter-! r,:lnl. and subject to public inspection, an Thv-xMR.-ii t)h CLEAN LI. led the employ" off the Singer Sewing assessment roll, which contains the name xi Atm vi vvit rTnrr(J Machine Co. where he rapidly ad-; ot all property owners v.-ho are subject to vfnfr u n ku its vanced from the position of cabinet ssmon a d-rlptlo:! off the bperty GAS AN I.) KLECTU IC LAMPS, maker to that of departmental fore-, to l,,tI,t. 'i -F1 LAMP SHADES, I , . - . i . iii iix.ti i.nn- .i.-v-tsiiirni. l ill., liiirtiu ;ii I ifriT0 a e SlCiil THE AMEIilCAX TKUST COM- CLUIi" . , . . A . js now iorming. win ;u me irusi company anu g-ei sianea ior me .mw i i year. There is a membership card ! here ready for you. Xo expense. Xo j Advt. The American TrustCo. i The Ward Hack .S: Transfer Co. have reduced their t;ui rates to 2fe per passenger wnnin a rauius or blocks from center of city Adv. THE CHRISTMAS MONEY CLUIS Is now open, and ou can start an i account with lc, I'c or 5c. Join this popular club now. Co. American Trust AUVt. tin ui mm Til ir,M. INDIANA. Department of l'ublic Works. NOTK i: Ol' II1;AUIN; s TO srKCIAL. CFNKIITS. -o ie i, nerei. ffiven mat tne loiiovv- inc street improvement lias been completed : Hrick pavement on Jo;ins.m tret't from ; Avenue to !ts-.ir Avenue. ! l. proveuieii t Kesoution , No. 313. under In the ilfy or south Hem I. Indiana olfitv in fllf. ,vtv .... th the city. He(i;iy f January, i'ur,. at T:4." 1. M reeive and hear remonstrances a to the amount of each us.ment. and will de-!de - .V'.' Have been or will be specially benefitted by ':,i,, "provcmeiit in thi amounts named on saji rol , rjoAKD OF Pl'IiLIC WORKS: K. .M. MOIHIIS A. II. KICK ..IOIIN 1?. WKPEIi Veronica C. Sweeney .Clerk, dee 1$ ii .'ID 31 Jan 1 2 i LOST AX1 IX3UXI). LOST White poodle. Return to 712 Cot tape Grove av. and receive reward. liell LOST White, brown and blaek IJea-le hound. Finder call 7.t3. Reward. , , WANTED 3IALE. WANT!:!) Kxperieneed trainers. Apply I'aint Foreman, l'remier Bed Co., Mishu- waka. WANTLD Man on farm who has had experience raising ehlekens and pigeons. , Address 1-. A., care Nev.-s-llmes. x..t 7. 1 , IT ; ; T r- V AN 1 LI Men to learn the barber trade. Positively the best trade of the kind., Can prepare you In a few weeks. Wnjres while learning. Open to everyone. Apply by mail. Mulder Barber College, Chicago, 111. WANTKD Railway raail and noatal clerks; examinations soon; over two thousand appointments j early; prepare at home. Write for Plan No. G3. of payment after appointment. Philadelphia Pnsinesa College, Civil Service Dept., Philadelphia, p 4 ' ' ; WAXTKI) l-'J'IMAUO. VANTLI (Jill to do general luaisework In family of thr. No waging Apply ro Mrs ceoige .1. .V-Leel...u, l.puorth hospital. VYANTLD Cirl experienel leaning and dyeing plant. in ofl'i.e Iieferelices required. Stute salary. J.ox WANTLI'- Girl b assi-t with !iouework, one living in south part "f -ity pre ferred. lell plione Hoi.';. lUi 11. 1 Mi hall av. HELP YVAXTEl) MISCELLANEOUS WANTLP- Lxperiented man and woman without children to work in the eouu try. Pel I phone cJojJl. L . OlTTCi; ILELP. S(LVL TII11 CIIKISTMAS GIFT PKOK- LLM with a scnolarsh.p for son, daugh ter or yeursolf in the KLLLLY UfSINLSS Foil Ki:NT-Furnilted light Iioueke-p-.SCHOOL. It will keep growing in value, Ur rooms. ;j7 N. Lifavttte st. us time goe on. LNTllA Si'LCIAL j ! 1 KATLS made the next few weeks. Hay',,..., ,.,-vr , . ... . , ,. and night .-hod. New classes forming LW v? iJeU every Monday till Janua.-y. Call or write v'Uv1( NN U lJ "e ' T J,J for "free '-atul jgue. No rates given by , U,lil '1,M'a . nhoue. Ivelley llusiness ss soliitui, jjo Last 1 Wavne St. Pell llorae 2iA. WANTKD Attend the outh Dead Busi ness College, term opening. Monday. January 4. 1'Jlo. WHLTlIL'll VOL HAVK MONLV OK NOl. -Many are out or work; therefore, this time Is wasted. We liave liiitli la ::n rarly return of prosperity, and our ability to plaee all deserving young people in positions. Come now; pay MiinetLrno, as convenient. Call at the Col lege otlk-e, The College Puihiing. corner ..li.-higat. and Monroe sts., for parti- ulars. S-ee our aandsome new tjuartei-s. Having larger quarters, we c.-in ucx-oramodate fifty new students January 4. THL SOl'TH P.i:ND UL'SINLSS COLLlxn:. Phones: Kell. .Vd ; Home, oool. II Kill GKAIU-:. thorough iduatcs in demand; enter Jan. 4 to Thomas ho,d of Stenography .ind Typewriting, American Tnit bldg. FOK KENlrLATS. FOK KLNT Flat at 111 S. Chestnut st; modern except heat; 4 rooms and bath. J. T. Creed. LW, Dean Pklg. I i US I N I ISS 1111 L) N A LS. DKLSSMAKEIl and cors?tiere. Mrs. E. C. Date. 216 Plaee court. Home phone G-'-OS. SCIILEN DOOKS and windows should b ordered now. e make ull incs ana those that last and fit. NVe rewire and repair old screens and sell screen wire. MUW Cabinet and Machine Shop, felfl I'ortage av. liomt phouu 2VS2. -.'ALSAtr Is mere than 15 la 1 to the honewtfe la cashing" and i-leanlag- i'tcue Bell ZZte today for IT. Kodiks and supplies. We do fine de veloping and printing at moderate prifvs. South Pend Camera Co., with J. liurke and Co.. Opticians. S. Michigan st. AFTOMOPILL OWNERS cull at the Col fax Garage, U.y W. Colfax, nod "t-c them IHiM.ut naving a ismousin- or tupe iop yui oq your .-ur. Also ovwrfcaulln jr. repairing i QLWy kusixess PEKSOXAL piMitiemoii from y to 1U:."0 :i. in. II:ist inps -ffico, N. .Miili!a:i st. Fast solltn.-r ,,r,.rtf:1 1,!,, iii-th i,- h.HHi!,,! :.t riii.-.-ie Kciser j WANTED liOAKD AM) itoo.M. WAXTKD Ily conpcr.i;f 1 youns l.ifly. pi: we in private lw.nn to earn board and room wnile utlendliijr Soutli I'ojhI I ii i - ne: col It- Call Hell ,V1, Home -Vm'!. WANTED MISCELLANEOUS. , WANTKI-vml-Und vertical l.iU-r. lo to 1-horsepower. Must In irovd -ndition. liohiiifrswurUi-Turner Co. lOR SALE MISCELLAXi:OES. FOR SAL1-: Tlin-e-rhair barber sbop t'lie.Tp. Old established businos. Jauies llfiuwssy, Kell.-r UUlg., Mishauaka. I yon SALF One fresh cow, one heifer; will be fresh iu about four weeks. Call Home phone 4o"5. . yon SALI-Two trocnl milk cows, one jut fresh. Inquire Kuobloek. j:. llow- nrd st. Iieil ODDS ANU ENDS IN Til iiK. DICTIONAUIES. ATTACHMENTS FOR BAHY CHAIRS. rmt THi-sh" iiViir vi VV 1 Ult illLL hakcains. SAI.rsin rn fnrt'.-.m r t factory. C. G. Eoisom Mlg. Co., 010 S. Scott, FUit SALE ro:. a rnort time only, we will give .S1.00 v.ort-'i of cutting: with our JSuiiuy South coal, $l.r0 per tou. NVe also handle Serauton bard coal, that al that makes friends. No. 3 Vein Pocahon tas, .Tacksonhlll Uex, ijpllt. Hocking Val ley, Slab and booy wood. Order now. ii. C. Uartman, Old Singer Plant, tell 70. 1J ine 0.j31. FOit SALI HOltSKS, CAituiAca;. roii SALIv-One lipht driving sleigh, one j surrey, one liht bu'iry. two driving ! hoots and harness. Ja i ollvertoa, S. Lafayette. IjoMi phones. :iOU SALfc Ueod draft hois-s. Caa ue aeeu ut uuve su FOlt SALE HOUSKiltilAJ UOODS. ihU SALK One large heating stove, one six.uoie range, one Chase ort'an, one kitchen cabinet complete. All in tirt tla condition. Iiuiuire 1143 S. Main st. UX1 'X'llMSIIED HOO.MS. WAXTLI) One very large or one luge and one small unfurnished front room with heat, centrally located. Call liell i 1"- poll ltKXT Ft'llXISllluU HOOjIS. j 77777; ,,,, Vt rsTTTT'i i ! T ! ! T 1 Oil KLNT -I urniLied rooms, m nkin I eouventetn es, lion.- privilege.-. In ktat ;and t o cl'H-k u.ikt mtvoo: :i ii'-sired. t South of the high school, lpj S. I'lauLlin place. s , - flli.;iis!l,.( ru ,!(ttI,f.k(, un flrst .,0,jr .ins 1 1 n" I 11 r- naee neat anl pl'iity oi it, ii.it ami '';. 1 water, telephone, all inodeiu con veu !:; e. 41 S S. Lafayette. l'OK KENT -.Modern Xur:iilied h--.me. 7 j rooms, very reasonable to 1 foasi!li party. Close t renter of rity. Ueil I roil KLNT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, modern, good lout, every- thi,, I--"'!""-- 11s Lafayette. ' FOll KLNT-d'urnished room.-, ohe hi t from Oliver, modern. 2V, N. Main. l'OK KLNT- KooiiK f .r hotwlo i piig. steam heated; also Mngle loom with K f(. ren e. kitciieu privileges if ilinvd. ; 3W S. Franklin, corner Wayne. Foil KLNT-- Furnished roomi for light hou-ekcvjdiig. Modern. G17 S. St. Joe. Ti;t: V. M. C. A. Js the place to get rates. .-showers to eacJ ilour. ji.-o to 3.W. . iiccsi:s rou isent. IIATIN;s K HA LTV (O JIasMugs Uiildi;.g, 1"n .N. Mi higan. open l.ve:i ing's Led lTI Phones: F11 11LNT. 7 room, L. c'alv-rt st t loom, Ktuiwixttl av. . room, Klver Park s. rooms. Mi. -higan av rooiii. Diamond av FOK SALL. New s.-veTi-room houso i: Hon;.- f,i't) '.'.t; 7. o ,m"; b 1 ' ' ' l'- '"f Kiv I ..... small payment down, I'.il.imo t;y me.'its. yifH KLNT- Very de,irahle hou. yiicnig iii t. ; nuotm-r Lmeula high way ; buiiS:now in southeast part of lL city; aNo elieaper houses. Will i t.OMi! iV KLLLLK. JeGerou Pivtl. FUlt liKNT Dn-elllngr oi S room, ln cludlnj; hath. Furnace heat. M Ier:i la every way. Chapia park. L P. Creed. Owner. Foil 1 1 L N T N i n e -r j . :u niod-rn h .!. ;." N. Lafayette near .-iite. of .-ity. .Sl'7 ncr uiuuth. Kef- n rirLv i -iuire h Home phono T1. A.cx.s Cciui.ard, 11 N. Main st. FlUl HUNT House. 7 rooms and l- ith. U7 i'ushing st. inquire -"J V. Lasulle. Home &7lo. V fcUk " U r"5 . IWMJisCTOjaY Mo-ii5e, l.T W. JtU 1.1 vd. iiuiae phoU n.', iiC4i am. nur.viKiNG. 1;.VI!K1:L1..v, l-ks. l.aty vu'os. V. Arui- JvOCK?MiriIS. 1. AUALSTlioNU. 122 12. CulXax. Ullitii.Ji .STAMPS AND hTHNtlLS. O. AltAiriiONli, 122 U. CoilHX. 11 LI AT IXC KIIPAIILS. IIA j; jt.u troul.il with ywiir fur:'.-e? all vi.pTIs and vae Muiiev. Hell p-ioue liivei- 1'aik oil. Ik CLUKVOYAM, , CIlAVi:.Ni hee niia nt Ms own Lome in o&cila, Ind, where he will Klve reading daily and cure the sick wubeut njtoicine. At Luiue at all Lour. Celebrated o rradlngn. l. All iuterurbaa cars step in front vi his door. Tne poor you have always with you. You will not a. ways have Ir. Cravens with you. Ilcur 10 a. m. to 3 p. ni. other hours by ap pointment. P'.ll phone lleala al'k without ziicuieine. MU10UC1CLE3. 1 HANK aNPL'KMj.V SON. agents for Kxcelslor Motorey-les. New nml necond haud motorcycles uha, iu fc'ock. 110 . Sauijiie st. t?tiu uo.ici. fVBV nut: tit ilf4 TO SSSxf vet ft JJ st 2 ir cent rifr mont2) tad j., tr f$ chsr on IIOFSKHoLl ;oot- t SS 1'iA.NOS LIV: STOCK. FARM If ji 5$ ri.KMKNTS, ALU. MOO ILLS. ctr fl SS Time made to suit borrower. Call Jt ff write, or puuna Ueil 174C. IJome ss $5 11 fj SS t U$ STATE LOAN COMPANY. Inc.. S Itoom 3, Merchants' Hank nidp., fi fJSJ J1 South Mirhijsn Street. SSSJS SSSSSt iSoutn llvud. lud lau. Jjjjjj XSJJ5JJ sssssss ssssssss ssssssss P.ell PlK.ne Home Phone 101S ( Mi Furniture, 1 Pianos, Live StiKl; an ! 12, I. o. o. r. pm. L 0 A E3 Implements SLCI KITV LOAN COMPANY. Cor. Main and Washington St.s. FOIL Itb.M HOUSES. roll i:ext i-tui.i av. Ilmiv .f seen rooms, 22'.l lniui;-e -'Js S. Carroll. loll KLNT- l'ive-4"om Lm-, 11U7 tak, rity aol -istern w.iln. gas, toil I. $12. Imiuire JJio V'. U'.is:.;i.gt'ii. l'OK KLNT New everi-ro-m hU!e, i4th ss!., i.ear prinj: Mish-iw a-,.i. Lighi rc. 1 m h' u-.e, 2l V. Mimroe st.- South lhnd. tJeorgo j. p.rutu, iUo-L. N. Maiu st. Telephone t-"5. FoK SALL N.". 7-ioom 1 o-jse. partly uo.Mlern, r.ear Sing'-r f.r tory. Will t ike v.i'-ant bf as first payment, b.-lane. l:ke rent. Aiv, have a "i-room ie-use it s-jutli end lt sell oa s i me k rn.-. I . M. .1 A Tv N. Title Kuildir.g, M iiu .V 'e: t r st. P,.-iI I'hti:e Ji": .1" PIi'',.o c.V.s ! l'OK KENT 1 WCTOKV IHTLUIXG. FOK KLNT - FA 1 oil V P.riLOING, three stories a: d h .-emt ot, lli-HG Y. Divi sioi. st. .:-' 1 door 1 ; v ( I o ft., corner Wayne ami Carr.-il. J. P. Wehe- Foil HUNT" Alt. ;- M tr.-h 1? r- ; -eat I".! v 1 " t ! 1 1 o;.e- I'). Call at ii" S. Hii! m. roil HEN i ri ici; kooms. FOK KLNT Oili e r oi; cither t-'nirt or -u.u::e ; t. adding ! rentrally located; -le.atLr s-.rvi'e and ether modern ca-venincc-;. Are your ofhus pr priy kept up ' Janitor st rve e iailu ltd ;a rental; offi' e and eveiy thing is epn i:.- hrsl lass ' neiition. Apply Dr. L. 11. Deaa, fJeiia liug. AKM LANPv . FOIL SALL ---0 i. I !. ! i..:r:i. ! ;: or-i-tr-t. iMfc Ill l:!!:d. Mi. h. Will . ;'v pi ! ty ! ot !..; fnf n.s near Mi!i.t -.vi '.... A-l li-4 i I f i DeGro..;. 1:;1. K. K. -' j I'.'-ii ph--:.e IJ-thlee ri.'.g. HEAL IIA1E. : 1 -ill: SA Lb tw.. i..ts ;.M.i . r and i- ir: m. ' ' ; ' 1 .0 ' '.1 " '. o t : lb i - n g'-'i 1 1 1 : L 1 . .1 r HASTING-. Jls ,. ji, " a e.. .oi'ie. 1 b- :ii II 1 iiJ A'KF. I-oT DlX'OC.NT SALL. W.. r..i v ..g.'ut Vi I" r ' t . for s- ding 1 ;r .t: ' V. e 1: I e j- 1 1 !. ! !-. :vc :.:!V - : -d I : ii'' i . ; I .o o , - , ! t ... .. .... 1 . -.." -1 ... iK ,t ..4-1.1.,. . 1 ' 1 .,. ;o iv -i. I ' s ; : i:.:rt.i 1 : ; i r t'..- e.ty at e t. r: .-. . .low .1 Joj ".."! .1 !' ; t h. y. . jack-o. Tit!-- V' !-.." M in 1 '-.' r S' 4. pel! !, J.-.-.J: Ho; . :.!.-; . Foil SALL :i U .lit sT , a cor- -r 1 t 1 ? ! i two 1 ; s ;i !..- "'n be : S - :;. W. K. M tia -:. lb.iue i v.nc I, I p . M Tie. 1 S- J . Foil SALL o :.lv . t" iTs - r "o k h'.l! :-e f i i- t on t be I a ill- : 1 1 i r Nib- .it t::e tte . t I A-rr' ue juioe j-r ! -I. leill Iil 1771. lb me tiOi If Interested.