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TnB CITIZEN', PHIDAY, JANUAUY 27, 1011.
HOI IM VAULT.
Paterson Police Pind Fan
ily Living In Cemetei7.
SLOWLY STARVING TO DEATH.
Mrs. Samuel Green, Unable to Find
Employment or Charitable Land
lord, Seeks Grewsome Place For
Domicile Discovered by Boys.
Patcrsuii, .N. .T., Juu. 25. Endeavor
ing to cook it potato over n small llro
iu a vault In a deserted cemetery In
tills city, .Sophia and Margaret Green,
ntfed twelve and fourteen years re
spectively, tlio daughters of .Mrs. Mary
Grceu of .Shenandoah, Pa., were found
by the police. The two chlldreu were
so weak from rfturvation that they
could scarcely walk. Their mother
was found iu the nianufnclurliiK sec
tion of the city trying to secure em
ployment. She was iu Such a weak
ened condition that It was found nec
essary to remove her to the hospital.
Mrs. Green declared her husband,
Samuel Green, was killed two years
ago while at work iu a ndue iu She
nandoah. Since then she has been In
destitute circumstances. Two months
ago she was thrown out of her posi
tion in a silk mill in Shenandoah and,
thinking she might tlnd employment in
the lni'itl mills, came here n fortnight
The only cash she had was spent for
railroad fares to hriug herself and two
children here. Unable to lind employ
ment and falling to find a landlord
who would give her shelter on a prom
ise to pay should she secure work, the
woman wandered about the city for
two nights. One night she slept in the
park, while the other night she found
shelter for herself and young ones un
der a stoop.
Then she came across the vault In
the deserted cemetery. The door was
broken iu. and the woman made this
grewsome place her home for herself
and two children until she could lo
cate permanently. She was unable to
secure employment, and she and her
children were kept alive by victuals
which she begged from nearby houses.
A policeman was informed by hoys
that some one was living in the vault,
and an Investigation resulted in, find
ing the two girls. They were removed
to a charitable institution in this city.
AID FOE MORE COLLEGES.
Rockefeller Educational Fund of $10,
000,000 Is Distributed.
New York, Jan. 25. The general edu
cation board established by John D
Rockefeller to handle n fund of .flO.
000,000 from which to assist universi
ties and colleges nnd pension teachers
has grantetd appropriations to eight
institutions that had not been bene
fitted previously, and two on the
board's lists get an appropriation.
For the llrst time, Itrown's univer
sity gets n conditional appropriation
of $100,000; Carston college at North
Held. Minn., receives $100,000; Mount
Holyoko college at South Iladley
Mass., gets $100,000.
The others are Dakota Wesleynr
university, Mitchell, S. D $50,000.
Denlson university, Granville, $7.r,000i
Fi.sk university. Nashville, Tenn., $(i0,
000; Randolph Macon college, Ashland
Va., $50,000. and Swarthmore college,
Swart h more, i'a., $75,000. Colorado
College, Colorado Springs, and the
Western College For Women, Oxford,
O., are awarded $50,000 each.
SHIN BONE GRAFTED INTO ARM
Surgeons Interested In First Operation r
of Its Kind In Country.
l'.ostou, Jan. 25. Surgeons here are
interested in the operation performed
by Dr. Frederick J. Cotton nt the Cltj
hospital upon William Favor of Mai
den, in which he removed a portion
of Favor's shin bone nnd grafted li
into Ids arm. So far as known tills
operation lias never been performed
before in this country, though it has
several times been done successfully
Favor had one of his arms crushed
uuder a car at Romerville. It was
found necessary to take out about twe
and a half Inches of the bone of the
Connecting the two ends of the
broken bones was tried unsuccessfully
and then Dr. Cotton decided upon 'the
Actor Horse Falls to Death.
New York, Jan. 25. A horse that ap
peared In n sketch at the Savoy thea
ter fell us ho was going up a runwny
on to the stage during a rehearsal. lie
whirled backward down two flights ol
stairs, taking the banisters with him
and landed in the dressing room of an
actress, who was not in the room nt
.the time. An agent for the Society Foi
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animnb
was sent for nnd found the animal on
his back, surrouuded by the woman'!
dresses. IIo shot the horse, which had
a broken spine.
Tho juice left In a jar of strawber
ries, after the fruit has been scut to
the table will make n delicious drink
if a little lemon juice and ice water
are added to it.
Old Olive Trees.
There are eight olivo trees on the
Mount of Olives, near Jerusalem,
which were knowu to have been flour
ishing In 100ft
) Wyoming Legislature Assureu (
) His Re-election on First Ballot. (
ilie.onno. A yo., Jan. 25. Senator
1). Clark. Republican, carried both
houses of the legislature on the first
ballot for t'nited States senator, win
ning over .1. It. Kendrick, Democrat,
by 11 in the senate and 1 in the house.
As Clark obtained a majority in each
iiouse, a certificate of election was is
sued to him Immediately, although
the senate and house will meet in
joint soss'on, read the journal of both
houses and jointly ratify the action
SCHENK JURY IN TEARS.
Case Against Millionaire's Wife Goes
to the Jury.
Wheeling. V. Va., Jan. 25. Weeping
bitterly for the first time in the long
strain of the past two weeks, Mrs.
Laura Schenk could not bo consoled
while she listened to the eloquent ap
peals made In her behalf by Attorneys
Frank and .1. J. I. O'Brien. Three of
the jurors were also moved to tears.
Assistant Prosecutor Maury con
cluded his address. Attorney lioyce
completed the arguments for the de
fense. Prosecutor Ilnndlan concluded
the case for the state. The case wa.
given to the jury after the arguments.
Pittsburg, Jan. 25. Louis J. Car
mody says that he has been selected
by the Putted States senate to inves
tignte the "third degree" in the
Schenk poison case at Wheeling, lie
lias asked Mrs. Schenk's chief counsel.
.1. J. P. O'llrien, for nil the facts con
nected with her questioning by the
police after her arrest.
BANDIT LEADER CAPTURED.
Six Others Taken by Mexican Troops.
Monterey, Mexico,' Jan. 25. A spe
cial to the Monterey News from Chi
huahua says: "Advices from Urlmuc
state that Lieutenant Garcin Bucrrn
arrived at Sonora witli seven prison
ers that were captured at Cuitoco.
Among these prisoners is Alejandro
Ioyrn of Bnfrintn Loyn, one of the
most conspicuous leaders of the ban
dits." The telegram also states that
troops were sent to the district in
which the depredations of this bandit
hiiH been made. At last accounts they
had not come in contact with any of
Reports have been received to the
effect that Gulllermao Balaco, leader
of the rebel forces, was defeated by
troops at Puerto del Airese on the way
to lintoplln. The rebels left two dead.
Always remember that sklmmllk la
hard to beat In the feeding ration.
Never allow the laying hens, or. in
fact, any poultry, to stand on damp,
cold floors. Straw, chaff or leaves nre
Scrape up the droppings under the
roosts every morning, put in barrels
nnd set tho barrels under cover outside
Turkeys do hotter when not confined
. close liCMbes. An open shed is n
good place for turkeys to roost except
in cold wenther.
Chicken cholera Is a very rare dis
ease. Indigestion and liver trouble on
account of improper feeding nre not
Do not think becnuse the weather is
cool tho iico havo quit business. It
does not take very many lice to nbsorb
the profits of a flock.
Travelers on the rocky way.
Go It, too and heel!
Kill tho fatted calf today.
But don't la'.(a all the veal.
Fortune smllln" bright on you,
Glvln' uraco and ground,
But oflior folks ore hungry too.
So pass the veal around.
Below the Average.
Apropos of loss of friends somebodj
was snying one day before Morgan,
tho great calculator of lives, that they
had lost so many friends, mentioning
the number, in a certain space of time,
upon which Morgan, coolly taking
down a book from his office shelf and
looking into it. said, "So you ought, sir,
nnd three more." Thomas Moore.
"Will the duke mnrry in America'''
"Thero is talk to that effect."
"And whoso money is talking?"
CALL THEM OBSTRUCTIONISTS.
Democratic Leaders at Albany Have 1
New Name For Insurgents.
Albany, N. Y Jan. 25. Again on
tho sixth joint ballot of the legislature ,
William F. Sheohan fell short thirteen'
votes of election for United States I
senator to succeed Mr. Depow. Ed-1
ward M. Shepnrd. Shcehnn's nearest
competitor, received eleven votes. Tho i
other candidates received from ono to I
four votes each.
Tho Democratic organization lenders
have been in several long conferences.
After they broke up they desired to
express their recognition of the mnnly
nttltudo of James Smith, Jr., nt Tren
ton, when Mr. Smith, having been de
feated by James E. Marline for sena
tor, accepted his defeat nnd bowed to
the will of tho majority. Mr. Smith
adopted the course, 11 was pointed out,
and yet If he had stood out, as the in
surgents, headed by Senator lioosevelt,
here are doing. Mr. Mnrtino's election
could have been Indefinitely postpon
ed Tho Democratic leaders here no
longer speak of Senator Roosevelt and
Thomas Mott Osborne nnd their
friends as Insurgents. Their now title
Is the "obstructionists."
INSURGENTS IN FLIGHT.
Honduran Troops Rout Band of 200.
Political Prisoners Escape.
Washington, Jan. 25. A band of 200
insurgents under General Ramon Soto
have been defeated near Comayagua,
In Honduras, and nre in flight toward
Salvador. This information was re
ceived at the state department in n
dispatch from Fcnton It. McCreery,
American minister at Tegucigalpa.
McCreery also reported that tweuty
tlvo politlcnl prisoners were being con
ducted from San Pedro Sula to Tegu
cigalpa when they made their escape.
These men, he said, are now nt Olan
chlto, where General Bonllla may Join
them. The Honduran government is
sending troops there.
WINSL0W ANOTHER HORNET.
Rumors That Torpedo Boat Is Being
Refitted For Revolutionary Work,
Boston, Jan. 25. The torpedo boat
WInslow, recently stricken from the
naval lists and sold nt public auction
has been towed out of the hnrboi
here, and there are rumors that she Is
to be refitted for the use of some one
of tile Central American republics oi
its revolutionary inclined generals
the same as there was in connection
with the littl" converted gunboat Ilor
net now in trouble In Central Ameri
The Winslow was delivered to hei
present owner, Captain H. Hansen
Jan. 0 and a few days ago was taken
across to East Boston. The ocean go
ing tug Orion took the torpedo boat
to Oelsen's repair yard in Kew York
Thero the Winslow will bo remodeled
as quickly as possible.
LEWIS ADMITS HIS DEFEAT.
Head of Mine Workers Gives Up Hope
Columbus, ()., .Inn. 25. After suf
fering three defeats on the floor oi
tho convention President T, L. Lewis
of the Mine Workers through hi?
friends practically admits that he had
been defeated for re-election. The
Lewis men refer to themselves as the
It is now expected that the report
of the tellers will show President Lew
Is defeated by John P. White of Oskn
loosa, la. The White men claim that
e has been elected by 40,000, while
nil unofficial report says that Lewis
has been beaten by 22,000.
, Senator Culberson Re-elected.
Austin, Tex., Jan. 25. United States
Senator Charles A. Culberson was
elected for a third term by the unani
mous vote of both the house nnd sen
ate. Market Reports.
miTTEn-Steady; receipts. 11.627 pack-
CHEESE-Unsettled ; receipts, 4,0S7boxes;
state, September quality, fancy, white.
lCc; other prices unchanged.
EGGS Weak; receipts, 12,133 cases;
state. Pennsylvania and nearby, hennery,
brown, per dozen, 27c; gathered, brown,
24'4a26c; freBh Bnthered, firsts, 2taMVic.;
seconds, 22a 23c.
LIVE POULTRY-Flrm; chickens, per
lb., 12Hal3c; fowls, lGc; roosters, lOe.
MEATS Country dressed veal calves,
prime, per lb., MaHVie.; common to good,
Shopping by Mail.
Not long ago In n little town In one
if tho prohibition states a young man
entered the postotltco and asked the
postmaster for a postofllce order.
"For how much?" asked the post
master. "Two gallons," was tho prompt re
ply. National Mouthly.
A Real Surprise,
Mamma And you say your TJnclo
Tttewad gave you a penny. Tomtnle!
Tommle Yes, ma'am. Mamma And
what did you say? Tommlo I was so
surprised I couldn't say anything,
mnmina. Yonkers Statesman.
Life, that ever needs forgiveness,
has, for Its first duty, to forgive. Uul
Not His Fault.
A doctor was summoned to attend
tho miller's little boy. He wrote out u
prescription, which was promptly
mado up 'and administered in due
form. The next day be called again
to see bis patient and found the whole
family in tears.
"Alas," said tho mother, 'I shouldn't
have thought' that my poor child would
have died of the measles!"
"What!" exclaimed the doctor. "He
had the measles, and you never told
me?" Paris Journal.
INCREASED LAND VALUES.
Holdings In Empire State Double in !
the Last Decade.
Almost four and a half billions of
dollars have been added to the vnhia
t .in of nil tho land In the Empire
? ra within the Oast ten years, ac
ceding to figures from the State Tax
C " amission, that aro being made tho
1) . is of special study by traction ex
ports at the headquarters of the
S:rcet Railway Association of tho
State of New York.
Wlille over thirteen hundred miles
of trolley track have been spread
through its undeveloped sections dur
ing this period, the State's total as
sessed value of real estate is record
ed as Increasing over 82 per cent. Iu
l!O0. just $4,811,593,059 represented
the official valuation of Now York'a
real property, when less than 2,500
miles of scattered traction systems
existed; while with over 4,500 miles
of car track to-day, assessed values of
$0,206,028,48" have just been an
nounced. With its great Increase In popula
tion Now York County has more than
doubled its real estate valuation fol
lowing the opening up of sections
along the new subway, the records of
tho Tax Commission show.
Confetti Throwing at Weddings.
The Rev. R. W. Hunt, vicar of St.
Giles's, Reading, in this month's paro
chial magazine expresses himself for
cibly concerning tho throwing of con
ic' ti at weddings, which he describes
as silly, vulgar and irreverent. "Tho
old custom of throwing a few grains
of rice," ho says, "though a foolish
one, was more or less harmless and
it was probably viewed with favor at
least by the birds of the air. But the
tin owing of thousands of small paper
disks has nothing whatever to com
mend it. If there are people who
really feel compelled to cover them
selves and their friends with colored
bits of paper, by all means let them
do so in their own homes, where tlioy
will he subjected to the wholesome
discipline of themselves, brushing up
the mess they have made: but God's
house is not the place for this kind of
thing." London Dally Mail.
A Cigar Box Camera.
A fair camera can be made from
two or three old cigar boxes by boys
and girls who are reasonably expert
in carpentry. The writer once saw
one made in such a way by a bov of
fourteen for a total cost of 50 cents.
It took excellent pictures and was
fitted with a lense that consisted of
a pin prick in a sheet of tin foil. I
havo even heard of using silver foil
paper, such as Is often wrapped
around chocolates, instead of in-ing
sheet tin or brass. In exposing in
terior subjects such as parlors, sit
ting rooms and playrooms a much
longer exposure must be given to the
plate. I once took a dark Interior
with an exposure of three hours.
Queen Mary's acceptance of u fan,
to bo presented by the Fauniakers
Company on the occasion of the coro
nation has given that ancient body
the liveliest satisfaction. On tho oc
casion of Queen Victoria's jubilee and
at the coronation of Queen Alexandra
the company was privileged to make
similar gifts, and thus to bring to
public notice tho fact that fan making
WTS once a great industry in the city
of Iondon. The Fanmakers is proba
bly the only city company which may
be said to directly concern itself with
women's finery, and it Is most appro
priate that it should make an offering
to tho Queen on her coronation.
The Bride's Look.
A girl about to be married wor
ries so much she begins to look like
an old married woman. In addition to
worrying about her clothes and coax
ing her folks to give her a new out
fit, she sits up too late with her
young man, and the result is un
anxious, careworn look a week before
tho wedding that cannot be told from
the look on tho face of a woman who
has been married a year or two. Look
at the next girl you meet who is soon
to be married, nnd you will remark
that she has "aged rapidly." Atchi
The Biggest Check.
The Royal Mall Steam Packet Com
pany's check for 1,347,825 for tho
shares of the Pacific Steam Naviga
tion Company is not by any means
the largest that has ever been drawn.
The Manchester Ship Canal Company
on acquiring tho Bridgewater Canal
In 1887 drew a check for 1,710,000,
and It will be remembered that It ex.
hibitcd It in the city as the biggest
that had been drawn up to that time,
His Last Fire.
Roy Bone, a brother of United
States District Attorney Harry Bone,
several years ago was a reporter on
tho Wiclfita Beacon. In going to a
fire ono of the members of tho Fire
Department was thrown from a hoso
cart and killed. Bone wrote n head,
with this os the first deck: "Gone
to His Last Fire." The pieco got into
the paper and Bone was promptly
"fired." Kansas City Journal.
The "Six" Senses.
In a primary school examination
one of the questions was with regard
to the five senses. One of the bright
pupils handled the' subject thus;
"Tho five senses are: Sneezing, sob
bing, crying, yawning, coughing. By
the sixth sense Is meant an extra one
which some folk bare. This is snor
ing." Woman's Home Companion.
TELLS WHEN AN EGG 13 FRESH
Head of Buffalo Baker's Union Says
"Seconds" Aro Used There.
Buffalo. Jan, 25. "There Is not ti
baker In Buffalo who uses sti-lctlj
fresh eggs," declared Richard Wagner
former president of the Bakers' union
nt a hearing before Health Coinmis
sloucr Fronczak. He added that nr
egg ceases to be fresh after It is tlirei
"What eggs are used?" asked the
"We use whnt are called seconds
Before the department got after us we
used canned eggs. Wo don't use e&gs
that come under the head of rots or
spots or leakers."
The department recently coudcnined
five tons of canned eggs, and the hear
ing grew out of that action.
ELEPHANT CRUSHES TRAINER.
Fractures Several Ribs and Sustains
New York, Jan. 25. William Daw
sou, an uulinal trainer, came near
being crushed to death by an elephant
that forced him up against tho wall
of n building. Dawson yelled for help,
stud M'veral men who were near rush
d tn his assistance nnd succeeded in
driving Ilk- beast off. He was taken
to n hospital, where ho wns found to
be suffering from internal Injuries
nnd several fractured ribs.
The Injured man was leading the
flephant from the basement to the
main floor of the building when the
aeast crushed him against the wall.
Lord Devon's property was greatly
impoverished by the twelfth earl, who
squandered nearly all his fortune and
terribly embarrassed the entailed
property. He' was addicted to a most
peculiar form of gnmbliug, namely,
spider racing, which he played with
tho last Marquis of Hastings and the
eighth Duke of Bedford. Each player
fcleeted a spider, which was placed on
the table, and then the latter was
gently heated from underneath. The
wnrmth caused tho Insects to run, nnd
tho spider which got to the edge llrst
won. But spiders are curious crea
tures, and it would frequently happen
that a spider which was near the edge
and looked like winning would dou
ble back, traverse the table In nil di
rections and lose its backer tho thou
sands of pounds so nearly won. Lord
Devon, Lord Hastings and the Duke of
Bedford each of them squandered
enormous sums on this game, which
contributed in no small degree to the
ruin of the two former. New York
Inn Names In Germany.
Germany probably holds the record
for out of the way signs and fantastic
inn names. The most nbsurd results
are usually obtained by the name of
some animal with a more or less un
suitable object. The Comfortable
Chicken and the Cold Frog, both of
them In Berlin, are certainly loft In
the shade by the Angry Ant (Ort. Li
Westphalia) and the Stiff Dog (Berlin).
The Lame Bouse Is an inn in a suburb
of Berlin, and not far from it is the
Thirsty Pelican. The Dirty Parlor, the
Bloody Bones, tho Musical Cats, the
Fourhundredwelght Man, and the
Boxers' Den nre all in Berlin or the
neighborhood, and the Old Straw Bag
in Leipzig. The Open Banghole is In
Stadtohcn, in tho Palatinate, and the
Shoulder Blade In Jerlchow. The Last
Tear is a landlord's notion for the
name of his Inn. situated near a grave
yard, visited by returning mourners,
and is of frequent occurrence through
out the fatherland.
A Strange Colony.
The Colon la Cosine, on tho Paraguay
above Asuncion, Is one of the most cu
rious in the world. The members of
the colony make or grow everything
they want and Import nothing. The
workmen hnve seven hours' work a
dny and earn, not money, but time
Their wages arc hours and half hours.
These they sometimes save up till they
Jiave a week in hand and then go off
on an excursion. If a man wants a
chair or table he pays for It In houis
of work, which are deducted from the
balance to his credit. Three men-went
off up the river in a canoe for a three
weeks' Im'ldny. They sold their canoe
at Asuni'lon for a pound nnd came
home overland in ton days, lodged In
the best houses in the villages ou the
way nnd yet had some money In hand
nt Hi" end.-London Spectator.
D033 In Ecclesiastical Decorations.
Ti'e stained glass representation of
the "Peddler and His Dog" was remov
ed from Lambeth church a quarter of
.1 century ago owing to the nlleged In
congruity of Introducing the figure of
a dog In 11 church window. Quite re
cently Chancellor Proscott of Carlisle
refused 0 faculty for n stained glass
window In a Westmorland church be
cause the design Included a dog, and
perhaps the only existing examples of
dogs used for ecclesiastical decorations
are to be found in Lord Brownlow'a
private chapel at Ashbridge. In thi-i
church one stained glnss window de
picts Toblns and Sara in bed and 11
dog sleeping on the quilt, while in nn
other window Job is shown being
mocked by three men, one of whom is
holding a dog by a chain. Westmin
The Soft Answer.
Irritated Frenchman (to Yankee,
who hud taken him for a waiter;
SIr-r, you have gr-r-rossly insulted me.
'.There is my card. My seconds vlll
vnlt upon you, sir-r.
Yankee Nfevcr ' mind your seconds,
trenchy. lou can wait upon me Just
as well. Pass me the sauce,' and ba
quick about it.
. ATTORNEY A COUN8ELOR-AT-LAW.
Offico adjacent to Post Office In Dlmmlck
office, lioncsdale, I'n.
WM. H. LEE,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
Office over post office. All legal business
promptly attended to. lioncsdale, l'a.
. ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-L AW
0l!1f,(7Lln,e.rty "."'J building, opposite the
I'ostOffice. Ilonesdale. l'a.
ATTORNEY 4 COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
Office over Kelt's store. lioncsdale I'n.
nllAULES A. McCARTY,
J ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-IT-LAW.
Special and prompt attention given to the
collection of claims. Office over Kelt's new
store, Ilonesdale. l'a.
TO P. KIMBLE,
A' . ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Office over the cost otllco lioncsdale. Pa.
. ATTORNEY A COUNSELOR-AT-LAW
Office in the Court House, Honesdule
PETER II. ILOl'F,
ATTORNEY t COUNSELOR-AT-LAW.
Office Second floor old Savings Urnfe
building, lioncsdale. l'a.
EARLE & SALMON,
ATTORNEYS A COUNSELORS-AT-LAWj
Offices lntelv occupied by Judge Searle
flHESTER A. GARRATT,"
J ATTORNKY A COUNbELOR-AT-LAW.
Office adjacent to Post Office, Ilonesdale, Pn
DR. E. T. BROWN,
Office First floor, old Savings 13ank build
ing, Ilonesdale, l'a.
Dr. C. R. BRADY. Dkntist. Honesdalcl'a.
Office IIoims-8 m to p. in
Any evening by appointment.
Citizens' phone. 33. Residence. No. RC-X'
P- B. PETERSON, M. D.
. 1120 MAIN STREET, IIONESDALE, TA.
Eye and Ear a specialty. The fitting of glass
es given careful attention.
LIVERY. ! red. G. Rickard has re
moved his livery establishment from
corner Chuch street to Whitney's Stone
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FIRST CLASS OUTFITS. 75yl
would like to see you if
you are in the market:
AND NOVELTIES I
"Guaranteed articles only sold." X
in your family you of course call
a reliable physician. Don't stop
at that; nave bis prescriptions
put up at a reliable pharmacy,
even if it is a little farther from
your home than some other store.
You can find no more reliable
store than ours. It would be im
possible for more care to be taken
in the selection of drugs, etc., or
in the compounding. Prescrip
tions brought here, either night
or day, will bo promptly and
nccurntely compounded by a
competent registered pharmacist
and the prices will be most rea
sonable. O. T. CHAMBERS,
Opp. 1). it II. Station, IIONESDALE. I'A,
residence and large
W. F. SUYDAM
Splendid site for hospital or
hotel. House steam heated. Elec
trically wired. Large barn.
Corner lot. 125x150.
J. B. nODINSON,
Insurance and Real Estate.
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