Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
20 Apr 1899

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20 Apr 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - April 20, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Single copies 5 cents the All printed at hone vol. , Thursday apr 20 1809 no. To Wall paper 5c per Roll Nisei at. Tio next door to Yingling a. Entertainment to be Given by the Glendale Public schools. The following program will be rendered saturday evening april 29th, 1899, at the school House la sub do strict no. 6, Farmer township Defiance county. 8ong.the schoo1 i a Huffman recitation.,. Edith Hatfield Quartetti recitation a your Yankee Cousin. Ward Huffman dialogue Clyde Yeagley and e. D. Goffer song. School farce a jumbo jump a a flays about so min song a Sweet Zion Bdl. Chickasaw Quartetti Bayes farce a a the mischievous Nigger a a make you laugh 80 minutes. Explanation. This entertainment was Given the evenings 3rd and 4th March 1899. The weather was so Stormy that it was barely possible for anyone to attend. A great Many have asked the school to give it again so we invite you All who wish to hear a Good entertainment. Observe�?1st other numbers Aro to be added to the foregoing program. 2nd Good music will to furnished. 3rc the entertainment will not be held at Glendale but in the school House in dust. No. 6, and that the latter shall receive one fourth the proceeds for the use their room. 4th All proceeds to be used for purchasing books for a Library everybody come and help the Young people in their heroic efforts to get these much needed auxiliaries to school education. Admission to cents. Children under ten years to cents. Iowa by d. Wolleh teacher. Children a Home. J g Hall Evansport. Took dinner with us wednesday aprils. Mrs. Paul Kennel mrs a e Keister and miss Emma Kellermyer called wednesday april 5. Wilhelm Wolkenstein Antwerp make a business Caff monday april to. Abraham Rasor and s p Koester were shown through the Home tuesday. Am Kinnemand wife took dinner with us thursday. Fred Stock called Friday. Mrs. Belle Warren and miss Myrtle Koons called Friday. Jefferson and Martha Correl Ulenburg called Friday. George Black Evansport called saturday. George Patton and wife called one Day last week Otto Hall and wife and son Clayton Evansport spent sunday at the Home. Henry Kopp made a business Caff. Monday. Or. And mrs. H h Hall daughter Gladys and infant son Are visiting with . Halls parents. Godfrey Stuckey Archibald called monday evening. Divine services. Divine services As they will be conducted next sunday at the St Johns Reform Church Defiance Sabbath school at 9 clock a in German services at to Oclock am at the Reform Church in Florida German services at at 2 Oclock p m. All Are invited f e Lahr pastor Evansport. Mrs. Heister and mrs. Lefler drove to Defiance saturday. Quite a number enjoyed 4he Good roads sunday. Frank Garber and wife spent saturday and sunday in Defiance. C l Hall made a business trip to Defiance saturday. F w Stock is building a new barn for Samuel Peterson. John Ferris and his Best were in town sunday evening. Quite a number from town were Over to Germany sunday evening. Chas. Schrader is seen going East nearly every saturday evening. What is the attraction Charles the huckster wage is expects to Start next monday. A Tibbee Toledo was in town saturday and sunday. Or. And mrs. Will Gurwell passed through town sunday morning. Chas. Iferd is Labouring for t e Snider Charloe. We have got dry roads Aud the Road graders Are doing their Woik. A Good Deal the wheat land is being sown to Oats. Win. Heifer had Tho misfortune to have his leg broken last week. Miss Minnie Mitchel is still the sick list. Miss nettle Freeman has gone to Paulding to work. James Scott Beauville has moved id tile Boyd House and will get out Timber this summer. Or. Morgan Oakwood is doing a Job Bouse painting for j k Hankey. Or. And mrs. F Mansfield Arthur visited 8 Weible last week. Albert Blakeley is doing some work the pub lie Well. Miss Boyd Defiance is visiting her grandmother mrs. Scott. W Bodenbender Arthur is working for a s Weible. John Sines is Down with neuralgia. County line. George Kellermeyer raised his barn last saturday. Blowing is the order the Day. The assessor Highland township has commenced work. Mot Kerr is putting in tile in this Section with a steam Ditcher Hoffman started to make tile last week. Wheat will to a failure in this Section this year. We demo land . Made a business trip to new Bavaria saturday. George Kellermeyer and wife visited f. W. Dickmann a last sunday. Fred Frank improved the looks ills farm by anew Fence. In in sub dust. No. 9, pleasant Bend. A Lewis Archambeault and family were the guests his parents at Defiance sunday. Married tuesday april la 1899, at the m e parsonage e d Wolf this place and miss Lizzie fender Napoleon Rev. Jesse Swank officiating. Abie Eicher and miss Nellie Wolf sister the Groom witnessed the ceremony As brides maid and Groom mrs. Roller gave a sumptuous dinner for the occasion after which the Young couple left for Detroit the i rides former Home for several Day s visit. They returned saturday in time to receive an old fashioned serenade. The Young couple will make Napoleon their future Home. Mort Ward and family will move to Muncie ind., this week and William Donley and family to it. Wayne ind. Chas. Dirr . Made a business trip to de Fiance saturday. Adams. School began monday miss Clara Tlona teacher. Thos. Maddock and family Paulding Aro visiting his parents . And mrs. Same i. Maddock. Ii j Cupp raised two barns wednesday and thursday in Freedom township Henry county. We Snyder Cupp has gone to Morenci mich., to look for potatoes. Mrs May moved to Michigan last week. She recently bought a farm there. The mail carrying has been sub contracted to Eser Kintner route from Somerville to jew Ell. Mrs. John Coressel and miss Katie Mlekus have returned from Toledo after a weeks visit with their sister. Frank Pahl and Frank Moses made a trip to mud Creek sunday. Woman a Nightmare. She shudders when she realizes the danger and Fain child bearing. There is so much suffering and danger in store for the Young Mother that her Happy anticipation soon gives Way to a feeling dread at the thought the pain which she must undergo. This constant fear so preys upon the mind Many women that it fills them with terror and makes baby a coming a source the greatest anxiety and dread. All the suffering and danger the ordeal can be avoided by the use a a Mother a Friend which prepares the body for this important event. It relieves a morning sickness a and Many other unpleasant conditions which exist during this time. Thousands women Praise a a Mother a Friend for bringing them safely through the most critical period their lives. A every woman should Send their name straight not guilty plea the defense in the famous George trial. Wont admit the shooting strenuous Effort will he Mada to break Down damaging testimony pre tented by the state several witnesses examined. Cantono. April 19.�?the defense in the trial mrs. George spent the first half the Day in Reading depositions regarding her trip to South Dakota to get a divorce from Sample George her life while there and the visits Saxton paid to her. The remainder the Lay was occupied in examining witnesses matters connected directly with the homicide and in answer to the test Mony introduced the part the state. The attorneys for the defense now talk finishing their testimony this week but say if they do so they will not Call All the one Hundred More witnesses subpoenaed. The plea the defense will be straight a not attorney Welty said that in no Case would they admit that mrs. George had killed Saxton. Mrs. Georges attorneys said that first All they would break Down if they can some the testimony presented by the state. Local weather observer Charles Stokey will be in court to prove that it rained oct. 7, and that if mrs. George had taken the course claimed by the state her shoes would at least have been covered with mud the states witnesses have said that there was dust her shoes. An Early attack will also be made the testimony mrs. Eckroate who said she recognized mrs. George at the time the shooting Aud that she had been taking morphine for Over nine years. A deposition Jacob e. Gold Berg Detroit who with his brother conducted a dry goods store in the sax ton Block was read by attorney Welty Goldberg stated that he and Saxton were talking in the store while mrs George was there shopping. When she left Saxton said a that is a Deuce pretty woman i should like to get acquainted with Joseph Schmidt a 13-year- boy living near the Althouse residence told hearing the shots and calling the patrol Wagon and that he could not Tell who the dead Man was until matches were lighted by some those nearby. John Berger a Boarder at the Schmidt residence was one the first to reach the body. He said it was pretty dark and that there were still Many leaves the Trees and that he did not recognize Saxton s body until matches were lighted but this was largely account the face being turned downward. He said it was not raining at the time and it had not rained much because when he walked through the vacant lots looking for the Assassin he did not get any mud his shoes clothing but did get weeds and burs them. August Boron a clerk in a grocery store said he could not recognize people across the Street the night the shooting and Only a Small hand lamp Wras burning in the grocery store. He also testified to More less obstructions the View the scene from the window from which his Mother in Law claims to have seen and identified mrs. George account the Trees but Cross examination he said How much could be seen depended How far the observer leaned out the window. Mrs. Francis Bederman testified that there was some mud in. The Vicinity the night the tragedy sufficient to cling to the soles the shoes and that the body could not be recognized until Light was thrown upon it. She too said the face was nearly All concealed. Bank official held. Emporia ran., april 19. A William Martindale vice president the defunct first National Bank was placed under nominal arrest charges made in connection with the failure that institution. Martindale Hong was placed at $3,000. When the first National failed last fall Charles Cross its president a prominent Hereford breeder committed suicide. He left a confession in which he exonerated Martin Dale aril others connected with the Bank. Chinamen desert Santa Cruz. Manilla april 17. A during the absence major general Lawtons expedition to the Santa Cruz District the Southeastern Side Laguna de Bay the insurgents have been concentrating at the Northern end the Lake near pasig and the american scouts report that several thousand Are already there. General Lawtons expedition is now its Way Back. Two Hundred and fifty chinamen have arrived Here from Santa Cruz. They left Mellul Iii Macalis Jil it. Late a Arkansas murderer who uni been 1> in ii lot ext entire clemency. Clinton ark., april 19.�?at a Early hour was enacted the final scene in to it terrible Patterson tragedy which took place dec. 13, 1897, in which Hugh Patterson lost his life and several other members his family were seriously wounded. A mob citizens took the Law into their own hands and shot will Arden one the Patterson murderers to death in the Cage at the county jail. Lee Mills a prominent Young Man and once a Deputy sheriff Van Buren county and will Hardin were arrested charged with the murder. Several attempts to Lynch them were frustrated Aud an attempt the part friends to liberate that m from jail resulted in a guard being killed. Mills was convicted Harding a testimony and he paid the death penalty several months ago. Hardin was convicted at the september term court and the Case was appealed to the supreme court which granted a new trial. At the March term he was again convicted and sentenced to hang May 9 no append was taken but a commuta-1 Tion was asked from the governor and granted. When the people Learned that exec i five clemency had been granted tiler j was much excitement. About 50 Well armed masked men went to the Jailer commanded him to go and unlock the jail which he did under cover s Shotgun. The Jailer and night guard were marched inside the jail when one i the mob who had acted As spokesman emptied the contents a double barrelled Shotgun into Harding a head blowing it almost entirely away. The mob then fastened the Jailer and guard in the jail and left As silently As they came. Ten thousand troops Are necessary to subjugate the natives Samoa. Their cause a just one in american merchant there shed additional Light the trouble at Apia and adds that Mataafa men Are Fine warriors. Hoku. R absolutely pure baking powder makes the food More delicious and wholesome Sovat Soma Eow Oce ., Law von. To ii Orry it decision. Paris april 19.�?it is rumoured thai the court cassation encouraged by the ministers who desire to meet the chamber deputies with a Well defined situation will dispense with the proposed confrontation leg neral to get colonel Pic quart m. Bertolus the magistrate and others in order to hurry its decision before the chamber meets. It is further asserted that the courts decision will be that no new facts have been adduced justifying revision which the court will reject. Flection at Pana. Chicago april 19.�?town and Village elections were held throughout Illinois in nearly All cases the issues were purely local. At Pana the miners strike embittered the Campaign and t double Provost guard was detailed Roii the militia duty there to keep order. There we Ere several arrests for illegal voting but no violence occurred a. B. Gorman dem was elected mayor a platform favouring Unior labor and opposing importation negro miners. Gompers views. Washington april 19.-�?Samuel gom pers president the american federation labor was the principal witness before the Industrial commission . Gompers statement touched chiefly the trades Union a a defense fund a methods organization the Genera theory strikes the incorporation trades unions and the use the Boycott. He said the defense fund was the greatest safeguard the trades unions Hall Marvin Safe creditors. Cincinnati april i9.�?there was meeting the Western creditors the herring Hall Marvin Safe company Hamilton o., to hear the reports s committee sent by them to new York to examine the plans reorganization offered by the reorganization committee that City. The meeting Passee a Resolution accepting the plan. Violated an injunction. Wheeling april 19.�?nlterest in the Streetcar strike entered in the specie term the United states court for the consideration cases arising out a violation the judges injunction four men were tried the charge obstructing the operation the Road and each was Given 30 Days in jail and to pay a Fine $50. Gardner won. Wheeling april 19.�?oscar Gardner knocked out Joe opkins Buffalo in the fifteenth round what was to have been a 20-round bout. It was their third Battle Gardner getting the decision heretofore and he entered the ring determined to finish his Dusky opponent. The town owing to their fear that the and address to the Bradfield regulator j rebels re entering it would wreak co., Atlanta Georgia and receive free i vengeance upon them for favouring the valuable information the subject. T americans. Effect Brookes order. Santiago de Cuba april 17.�?governor general Brookes order abolishing import duties for municipal Benefit and licenses will decrease the municipal revenues it is estimated 50 per cent. Its effects will be the closing the Public schools with the stopping All Public improvements. This at All events is the prediction the local press which denounces the order As a a return to the Spanish system a and which claims that the methods taxation substituted by Genera Brooke open the Way to easy evasion by the wealthy. Chicago april 19.�?a private letter received Here from h. J. Moore the american merchant in Samoa who for years has been Mataafa set one Friend and a adviser related some interesting details the troubles in the islands. To writes Quot when i received in Advance its posting a copy the proclamation decided upon by the British and american sides and issued by Admiral Kautz i thought it a very moderate document and one that might Well be observed. I sent word twice to the natives Mulinuu that i thought they should obey it and i think they so intended As Mulinuu was soon deserted and the prisoners liberated while the royalists went to the Uttilla for those who were up there. I promised Captain White the Philadelphia that i would do All i could to facilitate a Quick and satisfactory arrangement and sent word to Mataafa and the chiefs that no soldiers would be landed and to guns Given to the prisoners that they might go to their Homes that they ought to go to their Homes and observe peace while the Powers deliberated j a i am sure Mataafa a followers would i have done just As Admiral Kautz want i cd and As i was advising when British Consul Maxse commenced arming the returned prisoners and they began to boast what they were going to do with the assistance the warships. This news arrived when Mataafa was speaking in the very midst a meeting in which he was dismissing the people. At once a great number arose crying Quot the weak can not govern the Strong our slaves shall not Rule us we will fight a and the meeting was broken up. A it is As singular As it is instructive that these wild Savages As they Are frequently represented to be have not up to now destroyed a single White Many a House though All Over the islands they Are in full Possession them everywhere All the Back part Apia being at their mercy now. While the guns the porpoise can now be heard blasting habitations the Hornet Gurr and Carruthers who have caused All this trouble remain unmolested by Mataafa a followers. A to subjugate this country will require not less than 10,000 troops with All accessories and then a great loss from exposure and casualties must be counted . The samoans Are not cowards they Are fighting in a just cause and god knows i Hope this will soon be recognized and monetary committee. Atlantic City april 19.�?six hour were devoted by the Republican caucus monetary committee to the consideration Money legislation. The sessions were marked by a general Exchange opinion rather than by any attempt to discuss Given propositions. The next few Days will be occupied by discussions intended to define the attitude the members the establishment the Gold Standard the retirement the greenbacks and abandoning currency. In Dek refs us re. To a news Many column refilled minimum. Tile men arc talking Combine. Bob Blank was hanged at Mayfield ky., for criminal in a ult. San Francisco baptists will soon celebrate their Golden Jubilee. Cleveland common pleas judges have requested Dellenbaugh to retire. Near fairmont., w. Va., Elza Matthews killed his son and himself. Attorney general Monne amp to has postponed for a week his investigation the alleged Beer Trust. Private Samuel Abbott avenged his Sisters wrong at Bedford ky., by shooting Thomas Craig to death. An engine and Belt train turned Over a High trestle near Bedford by. Three persons were fatally injured. Tramps murdered and robbed mrs. Adelaide Tucker an aged and wealthy lady who resided Lookout Mountain minister robbed. Chillicothe o., april 19.�?Rev. John Moodispaw was knocked senseless the Highway and robbed $18. As soon As he regained his senses he filed a complaint against a Man named Rowe and the latter War bound Over to court and lodged in jail. Moodispaw claims to have recognized his assailant. Bryan visit. Atlantic City april 19.�?Hon. William j. Bryan arrived Here to visit chairman Jones Tho National democratic committee who is Here recuperating his health. Chairman Jones is slowly improving. Or. Bryan held a Public reception in the Seaside hotel. Treasury statement. Washington april 19.�?condition the Treasury available Cash balance $280,510,100 Gold Reserve. $241,712/ff49. Rubaii army Jata. Havana april 19.�?the cuban army lists Are being examined by name by a Large staff clerks. Out a total 42,176 privates and noncommissioned officers 2,242 have been eliminated .1,573 these As persons who have enlisted since the surrender Santiago and 669 As government employees at present. Of the remainder,39,930, Captain Forrest informs the administration that All nearly All can be relied upon to appear for a share the $3,000,000. Insurance men protest. Des Moines la. April 19.�?representatives Iowa life insurance companies told the Board equalization that if taxed As they had been assessed they would be driven out the state. The state Law requires insurance companies to pay Loral taxes All their assets represented by securities deposited with the state auditor. They will fight the matter in the courts. F arms submerged. Niobrara neb., april 18.�?for the first time since the great flood 1881 the Missouri River lowlands Are almost completely submerged. The Banks Are full with heavy ice running and a South wind blowing which later changed to northerly and sent the ice and current Over Nebraska farms. The packet Steamer last Chance moored at the Mouth the Niobrara River is a total wreck but the machinery is caved. Market reports. Grain and Stock quotation for april is. Chicago. Cattle fancy $5 156/5 75 Cholee Etc cry. $5 s >6/5 t1�?T mediums. $5 Oasis 25 beef steers 54 wed 70 bulls $2 g0#/4 to cows and heifers so 4004 a Jas Western fed steer. $4 2>-/,3 20 Texas deers 53 7o /4 . Calves 53 50&6 . Hogs common s3 856 3 75 Best $3 956j 4 02% pigs. $3 356 i % 85. Sheep and lambs a Colorado Sie Vicau Wool d lambs 55 7,vu5 85 wooled Western. $5 g?5 75 Horn. $1 906/8 15 cull s3 75 0 4 ret yearlings $4 s<w4 a sheep 30 75 i ct4 85. . 2, 7tv f7pe. Corny no. 2, 35%c Oats no. 2. 28c__ pit Tabu re. A att log Choice heavy. $5 40. 5 50 prime 55 2>y/5 25 Good. 54 906/5 to tidy butchers 54 70#j4 heifers 53 256/4 50 Bull Ami Stags 52 5si4 20 fat cows a 4 fresh cows $30 00&50 . Calve a 55 /5 25. Hogs prime medium la 45/4 to heavy hogs and Best yorkers ii 4 05 Light yorkers. 53 906/3 15 pigs 5.3 75/3 >5 roughs 52 506j3 40. Sheep and lambs Cholee sheep 54 35fz 4 40 Good. 54 256i4 33 fair 54 ooo4 20 Choice lambs 55 355 5 25 common 54 so 5 to Spring lambs 56 006 8 . Cleveland. Hogs pm d yorkers an mediums 54 heavies 5t 05 pigs 25.j.3 75. Sheep Aud lambs a Good to Best Wool lambs. 55 7643 91 Good to Best clipped 54 756/4 90 Good to Hest Wool sheep 54 70 i 5 a it Good to Rhui a dipped 53 7,56 4 25 cattle a Good to Choice Butcher steers 54 5v� 4 85 a r to Good. 54 25.-4 50 fair to Choice heifers. 5.3 756/4 so fair to Best Butcher cows. $3 Oij 75 Good Hatcher bulls 5.3 3 73, calves extra 53 40# 3 fair to Good. 55 �,/5 25. Ca net 4< to amp american pre preventative Are switched around in comp. Washington april 19.�?the follow big important diplomatic changes have been announced As the result Tbs Cabinet meeting w. W. Rockhill now minister to Greece has resigned that Post. Arthur Sherborn Hardy new i Hampshire now minister to Persia has been promoted to succeed . Rockhill. William p. Lord sex governor Oregon has been appointed minister to Persia. The Hon. John n. Irwin Iowa formerly governor Idaho has been appointed minister to Portugal to succeed Lawrence Townsend transferred to Belgium in place Bellamy st6rer, who goes to Madrid. Beef cont inquiry. Washington april 19. A the Wade court inquiry held three a Sajous devoting the Forenoon to an executive meeting the afternoon to hearing testimony and the evening to the Reading reports army officers. General j Weston related the provision made for j Victualling the soldiers during the War i and contended that beef the Hoof could not have been landed at Siboney. George l. Taylor a Philadelphia chem 1st, said he had detected the presence formaldehyde the meat while i his Way to port Rico last fall As an j officer in the first Volunteer cavalry. Trial a uti Trust Law. Austin. April 19.�?never in its history has Texas been so stirred up As it is j at present Over the introduction the Arkansas anti Trust Law in the legislature Here. Many hundreds business men the state Are Here person ally in saying against the measure and i Telegram have been pouring in All Day Long. Vires were work from the Arkan Side and telegrams flooded both i is from business men protest ing the the Bill a i done Arkansas an Ible injury while the attorney general aired that the Law was a perfect s Cess and the people approved in. Troops to ii withdrawn. J Waal Egton. April 19.�?the War de a part my. Authorities have decided to make a 1 serial reduction in the i tary Atren h in Porte Rico. There Are now 5,00b 1 Pilar troops in the Island and it is by Ved that not More than 3,000 Are need i. Although not finally settled it is be ? than Likely that the eleventh infant and two More batteries the St a artillery will be relieved Rico. From Tuer duty in Porto Buffalo. Cattle but her 54 516/4 shipping54 756/5 top 55 106/5 35 coins and heifers 53 7.v</4 50 stockers and feeders 54 006/4 s5 lbt stockers. 53 . Calves $5 256/5 50. Hotts York is. 54 056/4 to medium and heavy 54 l<i&/4 15 pigs 53 the. Sheep and i Ai nibs Good to Cholee clipped lambs. 55 156/5 20 wooled 51 23 fair to Good 85 506/5 75 culls and common 54 50 6/5 mixed wooled sheep 55 156/5 35 clipped 54 506/4 75. Both fatally burned. Cereal Springs ills. April 19.�?the wife Oscar Johns a Farmer near Here fell asleep before a fire while holding her infant her clothing became ignited and she was fatally burned. The infant will also die. Town ixe Stroye a. Paris april 19.�?official advices received Here from the Island Guadeloupe say 500 Hundred houses were burned during the fir which occurred monday night last at the town la Pointe a Pitre. Mile charge net sustained. Washington. April 19. A the army court inquiry has by gun the framing its report. While a few minor matters remain for examination they Are not such As affect the main facts. It is regarded As certain that the court will find that Miles charges that embalmed chemically prepared beef was sent to the army have not been sustained. New York. A dives medium to Good Veals. 53 2,v/ b to tops 37 sheep and lambs a lipped sheep 5-3 006/ 4 50 to prime Unshon lambs $6 156/ 6 40 clipped do 55 136/5 35 hogs�?-84 146/4 30. Wheat no. 2 red 83vc. Corn a no. 2, 4.3 a it hits no. 2 White 33c. Rye no. 2 Western. 66c. Cincinnati. Wheat no. 2 red 74v. Corn a no. 2 Allied 36%c. Oats no. 2 mixed Sofij 30%c. Rye no 2, a a a a 2e. Lard 85 05. Bulk meats�?$4 77> Bacon �?55 75. Hogs�?$3 i56 .3 15. A attle�?$2 756 5 . Sheep�?52 75 /4 75. Lam its�?$4 256/6 wheat no. 2, 86c. Gats no. I 58c. Clovers Eod Toledo. 752c. Corny no. 2 mixed mixed 28%c. Rye no. 2, old $3 50 new $3 75. Baltimore. Cutter a fancy Creamery 22c. Fresh 13c. Eggs Havana new chief. Havana. April 19.�?alejandro Rodriguez has been appointed chief police Havana to succeed Maryi Menocal who resigned. Rodriguez holds Tho rank major general in the cuban army and is chief staff general Gomez. He is considered moreover second to Gomez alone in the affections the cuban soldiery. Mysterious suicide. Warren. Of. April 19. A Christian Kruse a Dane. Who had a hidden history committed suicide by taking carbolic acid. He came from Denmark 17 years ago. But would never make known his former place residence. By letters left it was found that he had Rich relatives in Haslet and Nestved Denmark. Castoria for infants and children. The kind you have always bought bears the signature

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