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I AN INDEPENDENT 1
Devoted to the Interests of the Home. School, and Farm,
50 c a Year.
HKIM'.A. M ADISON COUNTY, KEN I'l'i KV, .11 L mw
T. (i. PASCO,
IMIIIUfl .mil MAVAOIIH.
tWtIUIl"l I Ih. nil,., f
TIIK OITI'UN, Horrn, K.v.
Rev. J.O. Parsons went to Louiv
Jas. Lucas is building nice house 1
I'rntident 1'roit preached in Lex
ington lant Sunday.
Mr. Yocum returne! I'ridny from
her Cincinnati trip.
Illev. I'. Allen will teach on Clear ,
Cn-ek in Kookcantle.
John Coyln and Minn Maggie Lucan I
worn iiiarriixl liiHt Monday,
Mrs. Faircliild npont Wwlnomlii '
witli Mm. Hart at Conway.
Mr. Mhmui left lust wnl to vinit
relative, and friencU in Kauiiu.
Dr. Goldstein, the optician, was
down from Hichmoud ThurinUy. i
Hev. A. A. Myers, of Cumberland
Cap, Ten,,., was in town Saturday. !
Mr,. Kato K. Futoiim is taking
treatment at the .anesville Hospital.
Mrs. I. M. IJeyuolds has linish.sl
the Hue web of carpet she began at
the Homespun Fair.
I), tl. Scott, of Marysville, ()., ar
rival Saturday for a week's visit with
his uncle, I!ev. M. K. I'asco.
Oti Sunday C. II I'.ilmer was
licentsl to prtxieh by the Hnptist
Church and will niipply that pulpit.
II. W. Todd and J. Carl Fay are
alxHit to stnrt on a plut4igriiphie trip
through dilTeiuut pints of Kentucky.
I'nvfcwKir I.ohis uml Coruelinii. of
tho Sue Uemifitt School, at Loudon.
Ky,, mode Menu n vii.it ht-t Tuesday.
Mrs. W. D. White and Mis. Dr.
MaunlngTof Manchester n re attending
' the Chnutauiiua A-sfinbly at Loxing
ton. M i. ui.xlri,,.. .1 il.
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be bick ill the Fall. His address w '
ni institute riuce.
Prof, and Mrs. Dodge left for the
Lexington Chautau.iia last Tin-day.
President nu.l Mrs. Ffost went on
Thursday, returning Monday.
MissMollio Settle, at (ho Louis
ville Hospitnl, is improving after nn
operation wrformtsl some two w.Hks
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. D. Cnudeo left Monday for a
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month's vacation at Tol.slo, O., nn.l and Messrs. Holmes, Tixld, Embree,
Springville, N. Y. Mrs. Cnndeo is (Jould, and Hanson made up tho par
visiting her parentis ut tho latter place ty and all report a very pleasant time,
and returns with Will nhout Aug. 1 ,. . , ,
. . . J It is reported that some immous
.Mrs. . ohn mon an.l rinugliter . oi
oumvn o wno nave ..ecu v,s ug
Mrs. Welch, left for lirimn Inosilfiv
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of last week Mrs. del, ami her
ttnugnier anil .Mi's ina uar accoin-
F. F. Hall, of Dundee. 111., who is
reineinlMtred by many of our citizens.
left Moudav for California. He will
be married on July i:tto.Mis Mittie
Hall. His lleCea friends wish them
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.nrsi rosi mii.ie an aunrrss io ine
Ladies at Chautauua on Monday,
in which she assurod them that
theie was a gieat deal in the moun
tains liatja! the feuds and moonshine
that are 0 much talked about in the
P. M. Koyuol. Is wants to do your
blacksmithiiig. Good work and low
prices gimruutcod, Shop uetir depot.
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i IUUVN irOWIl JUCKl'l, 1IIUHI Willi
ml silk was left on one of tho soatH
on the speaker's stand, Commence-
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mailt tint liiiilit il-iII riuoniM -- I
ward from 12. G.v Tankkhslkv. ;
Attention is culled to llarwoo.1 s ad i
in this issue, Tho marble business is
growing, uud keeps him busy all the
time, nu.l compels him to hire consid
erable help. John bays good work
and low prices dinw business.
S. F. and P. M. Reynolds huvo cut
a lot of hay and havo contracted for
Srwiwltw Mftupta. of Kingston. h
announced biniMf n ct.ndiilatf for
In th abswiw of Prtw.iffc'iH Front.
C. IMfonl Itn.vmoml iwacbwl Hi th
T. .1. Coylo. Likw ItfOM . awl Ikrtl
I tammy havo th.msinttlft of fet of'
Bud Dunn, of White' Station, is
tlw latest candidate for nsowoi. mi
till, ll.'lnneriitij ffeL.tt
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fro'" " ,,UWtt 1 l'rMli.yft.,r.HM. Ilo
wan not hurt !ut wan coiiHidrrably
'"Th, on wi hitten l,y
dog la.t Wednesday and feared that
II UI14 lllllll. Illlt ll unr mail Ij nr..
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.I.C. hharp.our onterpnnngiuilUr,
hni put in n corn eloaner and now el
eratora and otherwise iiuprovtxl tho
(pialily of hn meal,
Stockholdern of tho Berea Fair ad-
VertlHft n fllir for Ami' .'UI .'II S..nf I
Liberal premiuiiH will Ih given, ami
0 B001 "' expected.
1 II. Johnson ran a thorn into his
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hur last week and tho pa,., In-camo
jo gn.t t ..a he was compelled to
,m' r. Uinii-liu Mnco it.
m iu.ihohm fiposeii
sale at public outcry u trunk b.-
lunging to Francis Jones, which had
Imsmi attached to satisfy a board bill. Friends of the Iwys who went to Student' Conference at Ashville. Miss
At a business meeting on Thursday l '.. "ill be glad to rend the , :tn)rec. Prof. .Marsh. O. 12. Nixon,
night, the Fnion Chiir.-h vot.nl to cull 'WI"K fro' William Flnnery. .stiltl,.v IVost. and C. H. Palmer re
us pnstor. Uov. Heurv SUiulfer, of 1 1,0 M,,"tl't'r al ,ll,s l,,a,'B eri' turn.nl In-t week and report an instuc-
Cuyahog.i Falls. O.. who preaehwl
hero .Vxuw II.
lulm Criegler was tried before
Judge Turpin last week on a luuncy
writ. The jury pruiioutie.si her in
sane and Deputy Shorttr Mnmddiis
took her to the asvluin.
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Dr. IWI"'"'. l; Ham. of Geor-.
gin. and others w ho h.vo apparel on
he IWreu lectuio c,H,t. a.o amcmg
(iiu Asueuibly at Lexington
Dr. C. II. llobinsxMi, u pmiticiug
physician in Clay and Jackson Couu-
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iiesiuriweiuy years, lius mov.sl i s
in n IV IO lleren mill opimiiui.s . nhn-
Ho will pruutico his pro-
Irn L. McLaren, now at 202 V. Few
St.. Madison, Wis., sends in his Hub-
scription to Thk Citizen. He is the
ursione oi our inen.is iroill U ills-
tiince to subscribe, but we do not
w nut him to be lonesome.
,nt ,,WH.v Thursday, spending tho
day with Mrs. Hart. Misses Kankin,
,nl,HOn. Fnirchild. Pasco. Pnt.mn.. I
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ert, Klliit of irregul.rities at the last
, ltJW (lX!lMliuiUio, in M,l(lih()u
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uouuty. mid hints have Ihhui begun.
Thb Citkex honors tho ollicers who
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hopes that nnv guiltv parties will be
detecte.1 and'punishVd. ,
, t' lost recently brought
rMiianiH)f ilhnm OcwWI.
'' lo!.tioi.i,t. grandfather
sake, and the bodies of Mrs. G.Hidell
mill their daughter. The family
monument was nlso brought uml ot
in the Heien cemeteiy.
The Climax showed entorprie by
posting bulletins from Louisville dur
imrthe democratic convent;.,,,. The
telegrams were suit bv V. 12. Woods
lamfthe Hichinond folks' wero kept
' posted as to tho proceedings without
f having to rely on the newspapers.
A little mowing of grass and weds
has been done in the cemetery. This
is a goixl thing, but stoiis should be
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ill the grass mowed, tho Xew York Citv, formerly pastor of the The corner stono of the uow Mason
ilt. and things put in order j0thauy Church, Philadelphia, Jir. i l''""'!" "t Princeton was laid Wed-
f,u,,",;i 11 something wo owe
to each other and to the town, mid ,
let us bo about it.
A uew county having Heron for its W. Moore, of Itichmond, Ya., Mr.
county-sent, uud composed of parts John It. Mott, Miss Taylor, of Chi
of Madison, Gamnd, Itockcastle, nud w'KO, Miss Davidson, a ieturiie.1 mis
Juckson counties is being largely dis- sionary from China, Miss Hargrowo,
cusseil. To niuuy people tho ad- Kansas City, Mo., Miss Price, and
vantages of Horen as wniuly seatiMis' Coude, of Cleveland, 0 had
would bo very grunt, nu.l it is posui-
ble that definite steps to bring tho
change about may bo tukon.
Therw wa not large crowd in i Mi Mac (Wkle tmk charge of th-i
t.mn Monday fait two c invention Mtarionarr department innl led Hip
utm btwiiMww mmi thiNg np- jdifTeteitt nutting of tlmusltidnuU.vi.Ji.
Pr Hrolr Tliott wei H0 eat- Hntfrr. MtM llbrock, of NVw York
"" Xnrrw' rwiis. Prices 3J to 5:a the instructor in the Bible Study.
wt. Fifteen hnndml f slnf Mms Reynold, our World Score
'"""KM to lH'r r-. brought ih glitnp-es of the Y.
, I'onUnptiph. j W. C. A. work in foreign lands, she
II. lm,L .1,,. .,.,,r w. .
hominy iilwtit 10:30 n twin who ijm-
ed to In; ouo of Roosevelt's Rough
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...,',- lllllfMWII Itntll
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at n terrible gait. Somo thoughts of
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tMur thu man whothun di.lurl.ed
the pencil of tlio town, wure entr
tained until ho .topprd tho norm
t'uroor' w 'lon t 'J''
,!,t " ' pectl I'oHtmaster
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iminc, win, mu lunuu iiiui. nun iiiiga
I WCjjy IjqH,
Ihe I(upul)licuiiH of Mudiaon Coun
ty held a ui sms convention to elect
dulegatei to tho convention to be held
in Lexington, July 12. Kenolutions
' WL'ro a(,"Pl. ondoraing Capt. S. H
I Stone for governor, and the delegates
chonon new instructed for him.
' A .,, ,., l.u ilnLitnlnn .,l..un. 41. f.l
.no ..t.pju.t'-. i.u-ti-ii n.c iui-
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L. yh c L
Mi Hain, J M. Hart. Among niter-
nates were C. M. Uawlings, S. E. i
vch A. w. Titus.
"",r,l'0ll'r rangiug Irani
Tl St. Clair Construction Com-1 jIHd a largo attendance nnd nu enthu
pany, which is employed by the llli-1 siastic meeting. There were 2i.'J dele
nois Central. hs Uut two hundred gates pivsent. Though the forenoon
limn wiploywl in si stone quarry at Mssions In-gnn at : 15 and were cou
this plnt e. timious until 12:.') with the exception
Chestw Preston, who cniue here ..f .. in, t
!ltwmt two week. Hpo. i very with
(j. A.Siwmor is very down-heurt-1
eu. i Here is no ioui)i urni no lias
verv wrious heait-troubk.
P.of. Im U. IVnuiinnnWignution;?"Hl,r't three hours study
ns Direetor nf Mitsie in tint Cnlli..',. 1
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Clime iis it liriirisM to n.Hitlv I'VurvniH.
Prof. Pennim.in is n L....itl......i,. nf
high musical attainments, and poses,-!
es u cumvai.Kt taMv uml lugti stamt-
fud of excellence His work is ,,i,.,r.
acteiied bv its thoroughness rather
than bv a dcsiio for showv results (lt
tho sacrifice of substantia tminine-
e sacrifice of substantial training.
In tl. vnnr uml n Imlf 1... n- is ,i;r..,..
or he has consistently maintained a
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hero regret to seo Prof, and Mrs. Pen-1
niman leave us.
Mrs. Jerman died Thursday night
at seven o'clock, after u louir uud
painful illness. The cause of death
was an internal cancer, and sho suf-
i i i. t i
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Mrs. Jerman was a resident of I
- i t.UMlt el.urch workers.
special by nil who knew her. Shof
was an industrious- woman, a good General News
neighbor, and of good standing in the ' .
l.OMUlu,l,it v K,ln,.rH unices wero The next Sangcifest will be held in
,,,,, ,,rilli; ., ,h(( Uore HulTalo in IWl.
nill llwtty lu n,.rea ce.netorv. Ha'f of Texas is said to bo under
Y. "VV. C. A. Conference.
At Asheville, X. C, .Iiiiih 17-2(5.
The Southerit conference of the
muK Women sCl.rist.au Association
't "t Arthoville, X. C, with n better In the Peaco Conference at The
liighteroutlo.)k than ever before. Hague, the Czar's proposal for disarm-
Vwn l,,Kn,t 01,0 1'utlr.l,,, a"'1 : anient was disposed of.
uo.,nt',1' fru" X 'ri"ia' 1 Tueuty live trusts aggregating u
U st V,r'',,,,;,' North nlul South tar' , capitalization of $;570,(XK), were char-
oliua, Georgia, Alabamu, Mississippi ,t,Ml.llin N,w Jersey during Juno.
Texas. Tennessee, and Kentucky.
The following speakers gave us
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times : uov. J. Wilbur Chapman, of
,,,. K. Speer. also of Xew York,
Mr. Harlan P. lleach, Hev. It. G.
i .,r ai.....;ii.. v n i,..r w
charge of tho conference work Bhow
ing forth the best methods for carry
iirg ou a successful association.
n mr ""'wwo ruewlay. Jtnn-
' in. for mi extended trip through Kit
ro uml Asia. Thi" afternoons worn
di-,,!(.ii io test iiiKl recreation. Tritm
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io loiuuore i antler In t I urge anil
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Ix'iiiitifii es ate weromailc Tro ey
'""t'liil eHtato) wi-roiimdc Trolluy
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ro,i,, ., ovr tj1(, ci,
K;,ihvortl t g ,
Dairy Farm wen, visited, from whieh
Mniiimiiin "fill HI uu Illl, IJIIO
.lfternoon tho youug women wont up
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lt0 '""fjhani Height whew the young
. iii.h: I.,i.iuf5 ,111.11 CVUIDICIILD.
They received a cordial welcome.
On Monday morning the last meet
ing wai held, everyone was sad at the
thought of leaving tho place where
thoy had received ho much innpira
(ion for service, so much of the true
Spirt for living, and tho Peaco of God
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uii.ii win idsi lorever. iu comer-
IUlue F Embrf-e,
, The delegate to tho Southern
live and pleasant se-siou.
. The Sillltlinrti Stinl..i,t Cni,r.r..iw.
i-i u.,'rii iiiui.iic- iiiiui uiinsiuil IKHIl
0: 15 until In. the bo.lv of delegates
.,lllrill(; tll0 whole llille (iHv; Tl'0
'avening ei,sion was nNowell attend-
'bd. It made n busy duy especially if
.11.1 ,vi. ,.(lr ,.,; "1l!li!
1 c iiUlj WHO w ore lakiug me ISIDIO
..... i.n.iiiuvii i, it,.,, jk ,iriu-
tudy w ith Mr. Sharnian.
lu' 00,11,1 uot hoIl' bei" iu-Pirwl
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i Mou-Dr-"lIoort-BI t'1" oihvr plat-
!fon" sI'eilkors' TIlB meetings con-
Cl'rwg tho woik and organization of
Ul V M- U A- werc ful1 of he,I,f,
suggestions from men who spend a
' ln,r''e wrt of t,,eir tin,. in visiting
I dilTerent college organizations and
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vho are read v to assist bv suggesting
methods which have proved to bo
helpful and by giving warnings
against things which have been disas
trous. Our delegates returned with
very much enthusiasm for the work
next year and with broader nu.l bettor
ideas of how to accomplish the pur
pose of tho Y. M. C. A. which is .to eu-
iivif L nwttf t'ltnm niiiii r t lint lnk
wi i iitiiwu uiif, nu iiiuv tiuj
.ii I .t i? J i
win u DHiuT fiinuiiM ami inuroeui
! water, as a losiilt of 72 hours raiu.
Lexington gets thocaptuied Span-
is'1 ,1U,,,PI1 w'hich was alloted to Ken-
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A )Ost olhce established nt Shatter,
Pulaski county. K. O. Jones wns ap-
i"- tnon oi su.Kiug
i were coming in to take their places.
Clarence Williams, color.nl, was giv-,
en tho death penalty at Paris, for the
murder of Jonio Tillman, also colored
At Gieenfcburg.Gooigo Murphy ha
been sentenced for live years for rob
bing tho Adams Express Company's
Gen. Leonard Wood declines nn of
fer of J200,lXR for the next live years,
nud returii(s.l to Cuba ut u salary of.
$5,500 a year.
T YT n T TC rt TATTATTm l M l X
Ladies', Misses', and Children's
Shoes, Oxfords, Slippers
Gents' Fine Foot Wear and Furnishings
Style, Quality, and Price Guaranteed
No Trouble to Show Goods
207 WEST MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, KY. !
The Berea Monumental Co.
The result of good work and reasonable price in that we
now have customers in all parts of the Stale
When you want
Anything in the monumental line
1st us knov; and we wilt end you designs and prices
Headstones, $6.00 up to any amount.
... Marble and Granite Monuments ...
At prices to suit the times. Material and work first-class.
JNO. HARWOOD, Prop. Berea, Ky.
It is now believed, at Frankfort that
Gov. Bradley will not call a special ,
session of the legislature to deal with !
tho lawlessness in Clay County.
Tho local optiou election at Win- i
Chester was a spirited contest. Win- j
Chester precincts went dry mid the i
towu and precincts of Ford nlso weut ,
Cant. Drovf.is arrived in France
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Saturday morning. His old uniform
will be given to him by his wife. It
is to bo hoped that Franco has at last I
recovered from her insanity over this'
Itev. Dr. 12. Y. Mullins. of Xawtou '
Center, Mass.. was unanimously elect
ed Prcsideut of the Southern Bapt
ist Theological Seminary by the
Board of Directors in session at At'
Peddling of oiaminations questions
is gtriugou in Mudisou ami Itockcastle
Counties. As a result of such bus
iness in Wayne, Adair, Russell, and
Metcalf Counties, examinations in
those counties were called off.
Tho prospect for a good crop iu
Rockcastle couuty was never better
than ut the present time. This is the
report of a number of farmers from
A party of Railroad Engineers,
representing the Southern Ruilway
Co., havo been through this county
seeking a practicable route from Bur
gin to Jellico, Tenn. Tho lino ou the
map strikes right through Mt. Yer
uon, Kentucky Colonel.
County Court Days
Paris, Bourbon Couuty, 1st Mouday
Richmond, Madison, 1st Monday.
Lexington, Fayette, 2nd Mouday.
Stanford, Lincoln, 2nd Monday.
Georgetown, Scott. Itrd Mouday.
Danville. Boyle, .'?rd Monday.
Xieholnsville, Jessamine, .'ird Mouday.
Winchester. Clark, 1 1 la Monday.
Yersailles, Woodford, 1th Monday.
Kentucky Fair Datos
The follow ing are the dates for hold-
tho Kentucky fairs this year so far us
Berea, Aug. !50, 31, Sept. 1 .
Richmond, Aug. 1, 2, It, and tth.
Lexington August S 5 .lays.
Houstonville, July 2(5, 27, 28.
MudiBouville, August 0 -I days.
Lawreuceburg, August 15 I days.
Lebanon, August 15 I days.
Columbia, August 22 I days.
Alexandria, August 22 5days.
Louisville (Colored Fair), Aug. 22
Gerniuutown, August 211 I days.
Brodhoad, August 2.1-1 days.
Sholbyvillo. August 2:1-3 days.
Springfield, August 23 11 days.
Bardstow u, August 20 -5 days.
La G range, August 30 3 days.
Florence, August .50 3 days.
Elizabethtow n, Sept. 5 I days.
Bowling Greeu, Sept. 13 1 days.
Glasgow, Sept. 20-1 days.
Guthriu, September 2S -1 duys.
Horso Cuve, September 27 I duys.
Owonsboro, October 35 days.
Want GOOD GLASSES
i ' VOU WAST Til K.U AT ALL.
b that nn not projM r!y ncjnttM to your
ymi oiif ht to limw it 1 v. II uot attempt Intuit
torour.M mit,! i know ht i.nte.ie.1.
-l v'" lie ruf unities in
T. A. ROBIKSON, Jeweler and Optician.
i ii i urtAu n ninIAin
, Jl Afl o(jil Oi I AlJVjO U
TilB BEREA SHOE SHOP
l'or The very bvnt IummIih-L or oak bait sole.
" All kinds of boot ami hoc replr.
" The liot ami cliCiipt-st II no o( IIIIiIcj.
" TheTravl, Reference Uno IlllileSluille.
" Tlie ItKOAl. SHOE,
C. H. PALMER.
H. C. JASPER, M. D.
MEDICINE and SURGERY,
Office in Prilher Building, Richmond, Ky.
Tlphoce 103 & 109.
E. B. McCOY, Dentist,
C. I. 0QG, Proprietor.
Up-to-Date Pbotos. Nothing But Tne
Best Finisbat the Lowest Prices.
A. WILKES SMITH, D. D. S.
Smith Building, Main Street,
Tolfplluua, Ur.idrnrx, No 03, Oltlce, No 00,
ikai.i:k in . mat ram sni'i'i.iix
Fine Photographs ai Reasonable Prices.
I'iews about Jlerea a specialty.
J. C. MORGAN,
Ojjke Hours, i to It A, J.,
to t l. AT. Xutioual Bank Uuildiug