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THE ST. JOSEPH OBSERVER, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922
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III!'. Ii'ij nil U'mls mill inakiM of
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pieces. We
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1102 .With ronilli Mrt-ct Phono 0-3510
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HEATON-BEGOLE UNDERTAKING CO.
HAVE REMOVED
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N. E- CORNER TENTH AND SYLVANIE STREETS
Phono Main 1T83 St. .Tovpli, Mo.
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OFFICERS
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JNtt D. I1C11AKLS(J.S...V'i Presi lent
l. Ill A M.ISO.N . I'm and C...rr
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DIRECTORS
JSQ. D. RICHARDSON.
Vice I
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ion urr Uoods locnpany.
IOHN " UKITTA1N.
prcsidem Jului i. Urltulu U Q. Co.
ttALPli K CObriOAN,
Proldeal, Nuyei Noru Slice Co.
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ort to toe Humane
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nl! Cftsst of cruelty to children, uccd persons and ani
mate. Humane Agent's Off'.ce, 2nd floor Central Policoi
Station. Phone Main 1122. Office hours, 8-9 a. m. and
1-2 and 7-d p. m.
Have You gotten Thai Load of Coal Vet?
Order Supply Now of Colorado Smokeless Lump, $11
Illinois Eti, Lunii and Nut Also Macon and Iowa
Call 6-4873
JOB LETTS COAL CO.
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Repair and Recliargd Stcr-ie Batteries
New Batteries in Stock
(! Scutb Seventh Street
tLawier Motor Co.
Antbnrlml Agents for
Forj Motor Co.
CVnurne Foul I'lirts and Scrvlco.
New rtntl recti sv.-ils.
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Buim'huii to Monro A: liiyvm
Open and Closed Care
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OLIVER "I' Hum Allium Cashier
). . KiiM Asst. Cashier
WILLIAM II CUUTIN,
Sec. Hdw. Uept, V.jttb HJw. 6. Mis.
Cumptir.
WILLIAM AI.'JltCUT.
pre'ldcnl, Uettcie. Taoltt and Sta.
liuiKrv Co.
JAS M (OUD, I'x. iJ.nl, and
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J.M B. UlilllAl.l, JK.,
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CALVIN C. IIL'RNES,
A.mUri Cadiltr.
OLD. A, NELSON, ,
Vice President and La,LL.e.
YOUR BUaiNESS
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i" tliiuo crying tp Us higher than they
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I RITTER'S PUNGENTS I
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3 Paragraphs Tlint Toncli Interestingly On All of tlio Important 'cits ,
3 Features of tlio Day.
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To tho Kdltor of The Observer!
Tho old constitution of tho sttito of
Illinois in good enough for mo. Now
If the new constitution of Missouri l
dubmlttcd n i bItikIo jnopwltlon ev
er voter who It strongly oppoed to
any ono nectlon wilt voto "no."
Unough will bo opposed to various
sections to defeat It by ns heavy a
voto ns tho IUInoti constitution was
beaten by. Missouri li more consotva
llvo than Illinois. Tlio "negatlvo
minority" which votcw "no" Is larger
In this stale. It li almost a majority.
Ho far, tho work of the convention
lac ka Inspiration, it does not chal
lenge attention. It docs not lnsplro
an body with enthusiasm. Tho new
constitution should be submitted to
the voters by sections. Othervle it
will be defeated by the people of Mis
souri. A man Is needed whose" leadership
lu nffnlrs will "Inspire." Gov. Hyde
can't Inspire anybody because ho is
devoid of Inspiration hlmeclf.
Prohibition Is undersolng a new
te.t. It wsh passed as a war measure.
Nobody can really nay whether tho
country wants prohibition or not, be
cause the electors, as a whole, havo
not had an opportunity to voto on tho
ciiicitlon.
It has been suggested that a man
vaccinated in tho early winter would
lemnln Immune from pneumonia un
til the following summer.
Thcro will soon be enough "blocs"
lu Washington to build a political
platform.
Attorney Cleneral Uarrctt of Ml-t-ourl
now proposes that groups of
cnuntliB be formed, with nn infirmary
for the enllro group, located at some
central point, with the poor of the
counties forming tho group admitted
In an Institution ndequato for their
proper care. In this way tlio lesoutccs
of the counties would bo cnmblned,
economics In maintenance could bo
i stabllahed without bringing; about
ouronic suffering and the state would
lmprovo the status of her public char
ities.
The leglslaturo should forthwith
enact a law making It obligatory upon
sons and daughters to support their
aged and Indigent parents lu lli!
state the samo as they nro compelled
to do In many other states of the
I'nion.
"More whisky Is bvlng m.ado In Kan.
sis than was over made boforo and It
raises moro hell," was tho declaration
nr sheriff YV. T. Clark.
Naval station.- aro now starting reg
ular schedule-! of broadcasting rndlo
odueationa! messages. Tho radio will
finally help to bring about world
peace
IU vision of tho American history
text-books, now In uso In public
school.!, with the view of eliminating
"un-American Ideals" was propoied
at tho meeting of tho Veter.ai.n of
Foreign Wars by Col. T L. Huston,
national commander of the organiza
tion. Valuo of principal farm field crops
this year was placed at $7,372,890,000
by tho department of agriculture In
its final loport of tho year 1922.
Alo and beer "exports" from Canada
during the 12 months ending October,
1922, amounted to 1,253,201 gallons,
valued at $2,413,957. Tho foregoing
figure- Indicate nn lncreare of over
300 per cent In volume of alo and beer
ospoited and a considerably better
prlco pur gallon. An oxtonslvo export
trado In theeo commodities has been
built up with tho West Indies duiing
tho lnfct couple of yaars. It Is no won
dm that Canada has boon nblo (finan
cially) to componsato Its soldlor boya
or ox-si-nlce moil. The polloy for
Isolation has been repudiated, and the
door !i opon to Intelligent and con-
Btructlvo participation.
Tho two great newspnpors, tho Chi
cago Trlbunu and tha New York
Tlinos, havo sued Lloyd Georgo ;jr
breach of contract, notwithstanding
tlio fact that ho was allowed a period
of two veara In which to complcto his
work ontltli-d "Momolrs," J3y this suit
tlKso two great American nowspapeis
HCi!f to deprive Lloyd Georgo of the
opportunity of gaining an honeet live
lihood by writing comments on cur
rent eventu and serial nttloles for nn
American t-yndlcato In tho meanwhile,
We wonder what damages theso news,
papers, will over get or recover, If any,
fri.m Lloyd George, who Is a poor
in in (financially) today,
In tho fluo old days whan all our
' '" ' fumllles had tha "licit" and called
it Jukt that, It was a fairly good treat.
ment to sprinkle the bed ulothes and
night linen with 13 tenkpoonfuld of oil
of turpentine, The Itch mltea had a
bud nit-lit of It and ipilt the job.
Motion plotures at thu MUourl
Iht-nWr allowing the wretched condi
tion of thu ooquimnU of tunny county
poor hoiisM In tho great and rwourrti
lul statu of MlMourl (jive visual uvl
dtuce of what tha Ht. Louis gtrtr un
invered through direct Investigation,
I firmly belmvo in a do-no ra.-y of
tlm ! j.il oi'ofusuun and gin upu(u4j
to "centralization" of power In any
group or body of lawyers, bankors, or
In anything else In this country (tho
fedornl government Included). That
Is what Thomas Jefferson has always
taught u's.
Gov. Ilydo predlctod that II. It.
Hrowstcr, Ilepubllcan candldato for
senator, would carry fit. LouLs by 100,
000 majority. Tho little notary pub
lic of Orundy county assailed tho typo
of voters who wero espousing Senator
Heed's candidacy. "Every dog ought
to support Senator Reod," ho said,
"because ho sits up on his haunches
and howls." Gov. Hyde spoke before
a crowd of abqut 1,000, Judging from
the results of the election and that
hl-fa-lutln speech ono Is very much
Inclined to the belief that the people
did not take much stock lu what Gov.
Ilydo said, but must havo thought that
the governor was talking through his
hat.
Gen. Itobert 13. Lee was himself a
civil englncot and toon after he as
sumed the ptcaldency of Washington
and Leo University lie lecommended
to tho board of trustees the cntablkdi
mont of ajchool of Journalism In that
institution, the first suggestion ever
made In tho United States looking to
such an end.
Ohio Progressive Itepubllrans nre to
meet and "rededieate" the party. They
seek to get away from being an "office
boy for the hpeclal Interests."
Tho prohibition dry chiefs want a
fund of $9,G00,O00 to enforce tho in
famous Volstead act. This money
would UB better spent In building a
poorljouee for the old people In the
good old United Stales of America or
In giving an educntion to some un
fortunate children, or to bonie down
trodden girls or boys. As for prohibi
tion agents they are not needed. But
wo do need the narcotic agents badly
and a few moro at that.
It takes tho lndependent-democra-
tlc-progretfclvo public press of
thls
country to solvo any problem and to
folvo it rlgiit..
New- York is our greatest city. It
also comes pretty near being out-
greatest problem.
l'onzl now tells us how he betjan.
Wo all know how ho finished. He was
s-ent to tno penitentiary.
Henry t'ord 'may Immediately es
tablish a freight and barge lino be
tween St. Paul, Minneapolis and St.
Louii and other cities along tho MIs
tlssisslppl river. It would result in a
big saving to shippers at St. Louis and
other cltlos to whom use of tho lino
would bo extended.
If this should over meet tho eye of
Do Valera he will pleaso tako notlco
that unless ho l.s willing to place Ire
land above his own small persona'lty
and come Into tho Irish Frco state,
surrender and lay down his arms and
support tho Irish Proo state govern
ment, and quit his guerrilla methods
of warfare against tho regular con
stituted authorities of tho Irish Tree
state, ho will bo capturod, court mar
tlaled and shot as certain as day fol
lows night.
Attorney General Daughorty of
Washington may or msy not bo Im
peached for "malfeasance, mlsfeasanco
or non-feasance" In publlo office, but
It Is almost morally certain that tho
stand-pat Ilepubllcan party will b
impeached by the American poople in
A. D.. 1924.
Monsieur Clemoncoau wont homo
saying his ghost would como back to
foo us. It would bo a cheerful, wel
como ghost. Ho considers France the
center of tho unlvorse, with a claim on
nil croatlon, aid you respect him for
It, Hut Gormany In Its present de
plorablo econonilo and f'nanolal con
dition with the German mark down to
almost "zero," It looks as If France
will not daro to Invade the Ruhr dlo
trlet (vl t iuiiilj) and fmco Germany
Into u complete collapse which might
end In anarchy, Bolshevism, and an
other torrlblo ar such as the world
has never suiu or hoard of,
Tho Gorman people nro now work
ing from 10 to 13 hours a day and
many of: thorn aro undernourished,
slolt and starving bocauie of lack of
eufflQlunt food to keep body and tout
together, und bucauao thu aerman
mark U almost valueless or worthlosj
In the trade, marts of the world today.
Utilewa I3igland und tho Cnttod States
come to th? reiua of Germany with
out further delay all hopo may be lost
for Germany's uoonumlo and motal
restoration and reouperatlon und repa
ration, Franca must keep her hands off of
the GermHn republln and Its Indus
trlous people If she hupes to realjzo
uny roparutlon payments from Ger
many under the peace treaty of Vor
xalliee, Tlmt much Is alrondy certain.
Now If France should attempt to In
vade German territory and seixe the
Ituhr basin or dlbtrlct by force of
Bfius, Franco would Instantly lose the
frlw-i)hlp of the United 8t'-.n und
the allied powers,
uiiouuu a. lurran.
Gt. Llu.j, 51-,
Now Is the Time to Buy a Far
Andrew County is
These
Booher & Williams
SAVANNAH, MISSOURI
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ADMIMSTIIATKIX NOTICI3
Notice is lieieby given that Letters
of Administration, upon tho estate of
Leopold A. Dubovvsky, deceased, havo
been granted to the undersigned, by
the Probato Court of Buchanan Coun
ty. Missouri, bearing date of tho 4th
day of Pecember, 1922. I
All persons having claims against
said estato are required to exhibit
tlicm to me ror allowance, wunin six
months from dato of said letters, or
they may bo precluded from any bene
fit of such estate; and If said claims
be not exhibited within ono year from
the date or tho publication of this
notice, they will be forever barred.
H03A IJL'HOWSKV.
(Seal) Administratrix.
Attested:
Fred M. Wanger. Clerk of Probate.
(129)
ADMIXISTTtATKIX NOTICK
Notlco is hereby given that Letters
of Administration, upon tho estate of
Francis II. Fisher, deceased, havo
been granted to tho undersigned, by
the Probato Court of Buchanan
County, Missouri, bearing dato of the
7tli day of December, 1922.
All persons having, claims against
rstatn are rcaulreil to exhibit
them to me for allowance, within six
months from date of said letters, or
they may be precluded fiom any ben
efit of said estato, and if said claims bo
not exhibited within one year from
the dato of tho publication of .this
notice, they will be forever barred.
vl-hda x. Fisirnn,
(Seal) Administratrix.
Attested: ...
Fred M. Wanger. Clerk of Probate.
(129)
(vo. 3MU)
ORDER oV'PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court ol Buchanan Countr.
Minouri. to the January Term. A. u., 1823.
State of Ulnourl, Courity oi Ducbinan, a;.
Emma VanUuien Plalntifl
Edwin R." VanDuien ...... ... Defendant
Now at thli dajr comei the. plaintiff hj her
attor .ej-, and It arpeirmn to the attufactlon
ol the Circuit Court that laid defendant,
r.dwm R. VanDuien. is a non resident of
lb- State of Mlnourl, and does not reside
therein, It Is ordered that said non-reildent
defendant he notified hi- publication, as re
quired by law, that said plaintiff has com
m,nr,' her suit In this Court asralnst said
defendant by petition and affidavit, the ob-l-r
.nrl ir.n.ral naluro of uhlch la to obtain
ecree of divorce from the defendant on
the grounds oi indignities, such as to render
Her ronuuion in iiie, as 1111 wnc, iuiuiciiuir.
in this, te-wits that the defendant was pos
sessed of a high and uiiffovern&ble temper,
v-ould fly into a rage of anger and curse and
abuse this plaintiff: that he threatened plain
tiffs life and that she was afraid he would
execute his threats: that the defendant faileo'
ntl refute
ed to support Piaintut ami r.er cnu
that he compelled plaintiff to go to
'. tarn a livelihood for herself and
dren and '
orlc and
It VI
her ch.Hrtni and that h has causet. plaintiff
to L ilck ana occomt a ncrvnm wreck.
Dusen, shall he and appear at the next term
nt this court, to pe utgun ana nrm at tne
Court House, In the Cjty of St Joseph, In
Bachsnsn County, State of Missouri, on tho
1st rlsy of January, IMS, ej or ttiore the
third day of laid term, to answer plslntlll's
petition, the same will le taVen for confessed
as to him and judgment rendered accordingly.
It Is lurtW ordered, that a ecpy ot this
order t published In The St. Joseph Ob.
server, a newspaper published In the County
ol jiucnanan, tor lour wriki successively!
the lilt Insertion CI n
hlchto be at least fit.
teen dars.hslort the next January, 1923, term
I J
I tnis eonri.
A true copy. Altesti
EtiilETT J. CHOUSE.
iSeal) Ck-rlc.
ly I, I. McMcnamy. Deputy Cleric.
'. H. Miller. Attorney for Plaintiff. (1115)
IF IT'S PLUMBING OR
HARDVARE
I HAVE IT
Come to tne first anil
savo time,
110 Kouih Fourth Smet
CALL 22S5
For Taxi cubs nnd Bag-jaja
Service
BROWN TRANSFER AND
STORAGE CO.
T
Mecsonger Express nnd Martin Elec
tric now In new looatlon lit 120 Bouth
Kotuth, Ol' uliiiis i.ipru.s Comp'tny's
building. Phone CS end S3. R. M.
iil&rtlii, mar.ugtr.
bcsSpaJ
Republican Times Have
Farm Values Down!
COME OR WRITE. WE HAVE
OF GOOD BARGAINS
H. O. Sidenfaden
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Comer Tenth ntid Frederick Avenue. Lady Attendant
TlCLia-HONKS ALUJf S25 AND SLYIN 203
FOR RELIABLE HATTERS OK DRY CLEANERS
CALL 6-2484, OR COME TO THE '
AMERICAN HAT & DRY CLEANING CO.
116 South Eighth Strqct Delivery Service
ADJlINlSTltATOirS NOTICK
Notice is hereby given that Letters
of Administration, upon the estate of
Mary K. Antemeyer. deceased, havo
been granted to the undersigned, by
the Probato Court of Buchanan Coun
ty, Missouri, bearing date of the 17th
day of November, 1922.
All persons having claims against
sold estate are required to exhibit
them to mo for allowance, within sir
months from dato of said letters, or
they may bo precluded from any bene
fit of such estate; and If mid claims
bo not exhibited within one car from
the date of tho publication of this
notice, they will be forever barred.
KUWAUD A. ANTEMEYEH.
(Seal) Administrator.
Attested: """
Fred M. Wanger, Clerk of Probate.
(1125)
(No. &S.-.U)
ORDER OF PUDL1CATION
In the Circuit Court of Buchanan County,
Missouri, to the January Terir. A. D.. 19-3.
State of Missouri, County of Puchanju, ti.
Rose H. Moran Plaintiff
Trnest Moran .. .....Defendant
Now at this day comes the plaintiff by her
attorney, and It appearing to the satisfaction
of the Circuit Court that said defendant,
Ernest Moran. is a non resident of the State
cf Missouri, snd does not rr-slde therein, nnd
has absconded and absented himself from his
usual place of abode in this State, It is or
dered that said non-resident defendant be
notified by publication, as required by OT,
that said plaintiff has commenced her suit In
this Court azslnst sail defendant by petition
and affidavit, the object and general nature
of which Is to obtain a decree of divorce on
.1,. ,.-?.,.. I nf ..rtlnn ami that defendant
has absented lumsell 'rom plaintlfl without
a reasonable causa for the space of roore than
one whole year next hefore the filing ol
plaluliff's petition: and of vagrancy In that
defendant has filed to support and proviJe for
plaintiff: and that defendant has olfcred
plaintiff such Indignities aa to render her
condition in llio iniuiemuic in i-,. "s "7.
leen lirunK ana auusea ana curiri piaiunu
and assaulted and struck her and threatened
her. That unless the said Kniesl Moran
.I.. II y.m .n,l ani.ar at the next term of this
Court, to be betun and held at the Court
House, in the City ol St. Joseph. In Buchanan
County, Stale of Missouri, on the first day
of January. 1KJ. on or briore the third day ol
said term, to answer piainiut s pcuuuu. m
same will le taVrn for confessed as to him
and judgment rendered scoerdlugly
It is mrincr orvicreii. mat a vy mi.
order be pulllihed In The St. Joseph Oh-
server. nevvsporer published In tho County
of Uuctinsn, for four weelis successivelv, tho
tail Insertion of which to be at least fiiteen
days before the neat January, IKi, term of
this Court,
A truo copy. Attest:
ElllIETT J. CROVSE.
fSeal) Oerk.
&r S. whitehead. Deputy ClerV.
orte II. Craig, Attorney for Plaintiff, (till)
(No. MO! I)
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
In the Circuit Court of Uuclunin County,
Missouri, to the January Term, A D . 1W
state ol Missouri eumy oi tiucnanan, ss, .
Margaret I. Ryan l'lalntl.'f
vs. I
Ralph Ryan Defendant i
.-... -. .LI. .1 .U. .lul..ll l.u l.. '
(IU. m lilt, tiny rvmr. me 1'miiuiiii ifj i.ci
allorney, aud-lt appearing to the tailsfactivn
of the Circuit Court that Slid defen laut,
Ralph Ryan, is a uon.resident ef the State of
Missouri, and docs i.ot reside thc-cin, and
has absconded aud absented Mmstlf from
Ms ususl place ol abode In tnls Stale, it Is
ordered that said non-resldenl deien lant be
notified by publication
puiiucaiion, as reii
aintilf has coramfp:
that said plaintiff has ccmmet--:ed her suit
this Court against ssld drfritdant by petition
ralnst said defendant bv ui
and affidavit, the object and general nature
of which ts tu ot tain a decr-e of divorre on
tie ground that defendant has offered tlain
tiff such indignities as render her rcndilloii
in life tntolrale. In coining home drunk, anl
assaulting bar and striking her, in cursing
her and iratnblinir and accusing her of ltifl
delity) and on the ground of vagrancy in Cut
ne has fstlecl to support an 1 provide for
he has fsllecl to
pfalnillf. That u
shell be and appe
mess tno sam iiaipu lean
epear :t tre next term of this
ar :i tre next term ni in',
un and held at the Cnirt
C'ourt. to be
oc(,un
riiv nf
House, in the City of St. Joseph
, In Jiucheniin
County, S'ate of Mluouif, on thr first d
tannery. 139J. on or before the third da
said term, to a-isv rr plalntlfl's petiti i
same will be taken for confessed as to
he Piece
Forced
PLENTY
RALPH PARLAND
BAIUTONE
Teacher ol Singing, Voice Placing.
Correct Breathing:
Bracno: 84 Commercial BlJg.
Fbone Main 412S
Welding and Cutting
BnOKEN CASTING'S, auto and pumn
cyllnders, crank casea, gears, stove
parts welded by SU Joseph Wcldlus
Co.. 811 Olive, Street. Cutting up oj
old boilers our epecltlty.
PHONE MAIN 2180J or MAIN 08$
W. N. LINN
ATTOHNT.Y AT LAW
Abstracts Examined, Titles Perfects,
and Probato Practice a Specialty:
Also Collections.
0-27-28 Ponntll Court Bldg.
Phono Mi. ;n 503,
St. Joseph, Mo.
Frarer I- Fard Earley D. BirJ
Harry It. Broail'iead
FORD INVESTMENT CO.
Second Moor First National Hani D''t.
Farms for Sale
List Yours With Us.
Fogarty, Kneib & Co.
GRAIN, HAY, MILL l'lIlalS
AXD COAL
Distributors for
Gi-o Iteo Stoe-V uuil Poultry l'ceils
1314-16-ls South-10th St.
Phone C-33S1. St. Joseph. Mo.
"OLD REXLtBLK."
For Years In St, Joseph.
Rectal anil Chronic Dun-as,
Pile, I letuLv nnd Fissure.
Will Guarantee toy Curable
Chronto Crises.
Try your "rnmtly Doctor nr.tll
you ere satisfied he cannot cure
you thn I fetll lake yur case,
cure or r- ply.
Tills apn--- only let Chrool
Dlacasiis.
Offlca nnd fisnltarfnro.
HOT L'lUCDlUUCK AVtTNUU
ant lvtil royiiicred aeeordtnjlv.
It Is further 'itUrtd, teat a evpy cf this
A true copy. Attttt ?
KW.Vh.TT J. CUOUKa,
'' tis1'. Cerk.
II;- i I M J.'e.i-i rri.ly ClriV.
' More U. ft, Attoincr tor I'leUlM'. ;1)
rirasr r-e puwisneu n ii.c ai. jvsopx vi
serrrr.la ntsspaier iet I. .bed In vs Const
of H-ic)in&, for lour tck suvctslvely, th
last iii(rli! ol vthic lr s at ImsI InKes
ilsra before tin cut Jnr.aarv, I'M, tara vl
this Court.

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