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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1905, Fort Wayne, IndianaThe fort Wayne journal Gazette. Thursday Kornik March 23. 1905. Suffering women cured grateful Dawson restored to vigorous health by Duffy s pure malt whiskey heartily mends its use to a women who f suffer from nervous a. Law Atwo. My 31.1904. For Over a year i have suffered intense Arony from nervous debility and prostration. I could neither eat nor sleep and was reduced to a More shallow. The doctors recommended various of treatment Luine of which helped me. They i me on your Dilly s i ure malt whiskey and in two a ont is it completely re stored me to a Mith. I am Able to sleep my appetite is Good and i have Goins rapidly in Termi. 1 am very thankful to be Able to recommend your Meili inc to ail ills. A. Dawes a 3101 Lasant ave., n. Y. Duffy s pore malt whiskey builds up the nerve tissues tones up the. Heart Power to Bruin strength and the muscle., Richness to the blood and . It brings into u All the Forns makes digestion and i Voles you to get from food ail the Iki Iiri i intent it contains. It is invaluable men tin a nervous Deli civic a ind sickly Chil Dren. It is a promoter of Pood health and longevity the Cid Yot Gand keeps the Dufty i tire malt whippy cures coughs colds Catarrh bronchitis consumption and ".11 diseases of Throat and lungs. 11 is cd ask your drug get or grocer for Duffy s pure halt whiskey be you get the genuine. It s the Only absolutely pure medicinal whiskey and is sold in sealed bottles Only. Look for the the old i on the Festel and the Seal Over the Cork is nut broken. Price j dully malt whisk a Rochester n. Y Good morning. Sci id Titis breakfast it will v ii ii in tili1 for things j n l we Ikhi Lols of them in our our a kiting j oods stoic. All tic Good things in sprig shirts and Shii Tings arrived Ami arc of display. Collars in u p. G. Kuttner custom shirt maker and Mali s Fanini Glicr. 1028 Calhoun Street. Are you wishing j or a flour to Complete sat . Not Only in Price but also in i bread Bak ing bin also for All kinds of cakes and All the grocers of fort we Vii i in it. Tick kits brands Siler Dollar or hungarian pro Cess the flours arc made of the lust ind h wheat obtainable not Aliemi filly nor whitened by i use of in Ecret for whitening to them an artificial color. Ask for these brands and Yon will not be deceived. Tresselt sons. The Pioneer Auburn woman reached Ripe old age of ninety eight years she became a resident of Auburn when its voters numbered if honoured name. Special to the journal Gazette Auburn hid., March oldest inhabitant of county away today when mrs. Samuel link died in Auburn in her ninety year. Her Maiden name was Susan she was born in Bedford coun y. A. Keb t1 1s08. She with Iier Mirets to Richland in 1s18, and on the 30th Day of june 1827. She was married to Samuel link. In she with her husband moved to this county and settled in Lour Jears after the Iowa i been platted and at a time when the voters numbered Only tit teen. Here she has Slanco resided. March 8th. 1877 he husband. Samuel link died at the age of seventy three ears. She is survival by Lour sons. John. Jacob Joseph and George link. One daughter. Mrs. David Thomas. Ages seventy years grandchildren Twenty seven great grandchildren and four great great grandchildren also survive her. Her family Are of German descent and have been remarkable for their vigor and vivacity. The Lanix family came to this country Early in the eighteenth Century and formed a part of the German Colony that settled in Penns Handiii. Mrs. Link s Grandfather Christian Saulz was a revolutionary Soldier of Valley forge Fame and served As a paymaster in the army of Washington. Grandma link retained her Able physical and mental vigor to the last and when the end came it was peaceful her death being caused by her old age the funeral services will be held Fiieda at 10 a. M. From flip lutheran Church. Pensions for Indian ans. Long l St of applications approved at Washington Washington March skin have been issued to the follow ing Indian ians t. M. Rush -510 r. S. Moore. E m. Whitsitt ?10 Ralph Ashley. I a g. Brown l. H. Smith h j. Davis. S. P. Vaughn Peter lot key Emmett Langston William m. Sines Cornelius Lorn ski Cabeir slim list of Jackson. J. I Courdin. O. P. Chamberlain ?0 h. Remer. Is Leo o. Church Jona than Bennett. Alfred Cox Euar be Parmen d. T. Parshall Mary a. Cook. Fred l. May How is Josephine Steele Henry Zuddie Oeveste g. 0. Doll. Mcgill Clarke. George West r. U. Kill her. B f. Caster Joseph Varon. M. Robertson. Albert Allen. G. W. Mendle William a. Dusenbery. H. H. Wiseheart Samiu-1 Herron s10 k. Johnson. Col Lins Griffith f. M Johnson Eliza j. Cassman. Isa Hie j. Cook. George t. Reynolds George Forbes. .1. C Bennett. J. M. Van Voorhis Ehalt. Alfred Hirschfield Henry Cook Fountain thurn Iun. J. C., Divis Noah h. . Gilb Cit hair. A. H. I Inell. Wiliam p. Chen Barigh Joseph Low. John Johnson. 18 r. Huff st2 m. R Tucker. Gey. W. Prowler Michael Lewan Loski a. J. Henderson. Dankl ill he a. F. White Charles Robert Nii ii. O. P. Lin Ley Elixabeth a Cluck Elizab Nii Wesley Alary f. Rice. Is 2 Rachel m. Hick Mary e Cook Lucy Mary Wilson. Solo Mon Allen Ida h. Jordan Frame. J. W. Alexander si2 j. R. Mcclure a. F. Stock j. F. Nixon Abraham Mote. Leo h. Morgan f Litsey j. D. Laniear. T. I. Snow Arass a Robert Hedges p. P Arnold. Grant Luce a. V. Abbott Frank Robinson Billman jobs no i Mil. Ida b. Granby William j. E. Ward. Daniel car Ter. M. J. Wilder. J. P. My a Cage i Mary m. Linin. M. D. Han is. Oscar b. Rockwell. Is George Moslander. Sylvia work. Mineiva e. Warden. Dina Dormer. Kelly r Babcock a run. Preacher Reed in danger. A Iyoub. The picture of a revolver was drawn at t u Bot t m. The pm Iii -. Of the. Minister Are coir. In d or his Sut. Or. Redelsheimer found insurance policy Safe. Spruael to Iho journal a Tutu a kind March or 1 s re u Kwh Hier owner of the by i pigs destroyed by file last Satur Daniul the a e Wamond to find a lion a. E pol icy on the that he hit or. Nill elect a couple of business rooms on ill 1 old site Calhoun becomes superintendent of woman s Seminary special to the Loti Nal Gaz Oito it Kirk ind. "2 j. Stone. Of the methodist episcopal Chat Rah .1 the s place. Re Sis cd or come Uncial uni of thu Liege Ai v hich s under Coli incl of the Mcthom lit Church. Or Stone formerly l at hints Noii we Are showing a full line of the newest Spring patterns and colourings in Smith s Axminster carpets at a the Rurode dry goods co. I a t Spring with Only the new styles. Our Superb garments for Spring stand out boldly and Aluinc unrivalled and without a peer in fort Wayne. They arc As shapely As the finest custom made and represent the newest ideas of fashion s dictates in style and fabrics. They Are All handsomely tailored in full accordance with the highest authorities on Correct dress and Force themselves into favor by their moderate Cost. They Are so skilfully Cut that anyone can be fitted be they wide or narrow tall or Short no matter what your size or taste May be we have garments Here for you. Men s stylish Spring suits and top Coats prices ranging from our Young men s department pairly bristles with Spring styles not a few dozen nor a few Hundred but positively thous ands and thousands of new novel Spring Are Here to select from. It is hard to Tell which will attract you the most. The extremely Nobby styles or the matchless Low prices to w i 10110 20 Woods fort Wayne s greatest clothiers. It Kos paper
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