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CONLEY 'IS NOMINATED
By Acclamation for a Second
Three Candidates fr Second Nnml-natlon-'-Poitlon
of Ticket Named
The denWrtits t MuriOn town
fchip. in convention m the iflllrni
ary director' office at the court
house, this nfloruuon, nominated
Uiurlett 11. Couley lij acclamation
fox iiw tmctmd tfiui :w justice of
thd peace. The n'm was well
lUlcil with voters i thu time ami
the motion win earned without a
dissenting v0,e- 'll'lL' motion lvitl
td for giving the second nomination
lor justice to tlie candidate leeeiv
Mg the largest nuinlier of votos
at the primary, lusting irom 2
o clock until I o'clock.
Tho candidate fr the second
nomination of justice are Chnrle
E. Gompf. David E. Vestal and
Tho remainder of the ticket Was
named by acclamation a, follows:
Trnsteea Jalnes Reynolds and
T. J. Graham.
Clerk-T. J. OTlny.
Treasurer Dr. ('. I'. Utuley.
Tho candidate fur assessor and
board of education will be named
at n convention of lownahip dele
gates exclusive of the corporation
to be held m the near future.
Tlio otllce of constable Was left
vacant and will he tilled later by
the committee on vacancies.
The officials in eluirge of the pii
manea tliig afternoon are Frank
Campbell, cltairmnu; W. D. Whipp
nn.l Ptinrln .Tntii'i tdlira I.Vniik
V. Stoll and FVank Longshore,
INJURED IN RUNAWAY
Had Been Lelt Sittirg in the
Horse Becomes Filchtnen and Runs
Aviuiy Buggy Upsets
hha Fay Splcer, aged 8 yeuis.
came near meeting her death In an
exciting runaway which occttircd on
tho streets or Prospect Friday altei
uoon. Tho little glil had been loft
sitting In the buggy while noi
grand patents Mr. ami Mrs. .lerry
Splcer were doing some trading. When
Mr Splcer was In the act of placing
come groceries! jn the buggy ho slipped
and fejl. The horse was frightened
and ran away with the giand-duugh-ter
clinging helplessly to the sent,
When tho frightened animal dashed
into the alley, tho buggy was upset
and tho girl was thiowu Into tho
streets. Sho was picked up In a
semi-conscious state by the frightened
citizens and Dr. Masters was sum
moned. Tho physlclan'a examination
disclosed that outside of a number
of severe bruises and a terrlhlo
fright, tho girl was nono the worso
for her thrilling experience. The
buggy was practically demolished but
the horae was uninjured.
Miss Maude Vincent of IhU city
and Mr. Gilbert B. Clapton of
Morrow county avoio united in jiwir
triage in: pnobato court Jy Justice
Charles II. Conley Swlti.-day after
noon at '5 o'clock. The young
couple , - M reside on a farm an
Mor' ' wiimty.
BOTn LEFT TOWN
;;fHaiir, N. J., August 10.
Itoi, p-tAFtjp , or Mlwood, a little
t'". inr h e, was urested Wednes
dt j..jht f., attempted minder and
utv 'i. r M dstrato flai ver, beforo
(Who lie wu arraigned, decided that
for -sprat Hon tho lujm should boi
Joclce ' lup. Elwood has no jtollco
ior'bu t, Mi was decided to sccuro
I n vi r
cat "wup'h stoou at a siiiing.
I tljo m nlng tho Constable, who
wat i wt for Filer found not only tho
prlt w f but tho prison Itself gone.
A "bt I'aln bad coupled tho ear
Up r d proceeded down the lino with
Itt prlaotiier and all. Thus fur car
jut prisoner aio still missing.
MOROCCAN TOWNS AND COA8T
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RtVlEW Or TRADE.
The Usual Midsummer Quiet Is Noted
ut Many Points The Leading In
dustries arc Well Employed.
Ts'ew York. Aug ID -II. O Dun &.
Oo's Weekly Review of Trade says:
.lobbing trade In fall and winter
goods Ik ucttve at the leading cities,
oountry merchant! belug lu large at
tendance and operating freely as a
rail'. Retail sales of seasonable mer
chandise are liberal, although at some
points customary midsummer (inlet la
noted. While payments are some
what li regular, mercantile collections
shqw distinct Improvement on tho
A few labor disputes fire pending,
but, there Is little Interruption In the
leading Industries, most manufactur
ing jilants working full time and bold
lngorders tbirt promise continued ac
tivity. Commodity prices are lowor,
espclall) In cases where speculative
Inflation existed, favorable1 weather
having greatly improved crop pros
pects. N'ew business in tho iron and steel
Indnstiy Is light and some quotations
of pig Iron ore lower, but wire nnd
wire products have become firmer,
and many steel mills are sold well
Into next ear. Steel rails arc In bet
ter .demand, a liberal tonnage of new
contracts appearing this week, and
material Is sought by car shops and
Buffalo Grand Circuit Meeting Closes,
Buffalo, ;. Y., Aug. 10. The Grand
Circuit meeting closed Friday with
hotly contested races. Big fields
faaed the starter In two events and It
took four heats to decide the winners.
Let tn (formerly Lady Thlstlo) won
the ilrst heat of the 2:15 trot. She
was beaten by Margaret O. In a hot
drive down the stietch In the second,
but took the next two. Lillian R won
the 2.09 trot and Tommy H took first
money In the 2 Y.i pace.
Comer Means Business.
Montgomery, Ala.. Aug. 10. That
Gov. Comer intends to foico tho other
railroads to follow tho Southern nnd
put In tho louer freight and passen
ger rules Is Indicated In an interview
given out Friday. Ho says: "1 shall
charge every otilcer of tho stato that
any violation' of our criminal laws,
whether by Individuals or trusts, no
matter how small the Individual or
how great the magnate, Is u violation
of tho law."
Narrowly Escaped Lynching.
Plttstmrg, Aug. 10. Rapp Guy, an
Italian aged 10 years, narrowly escap.
ed lynching Friday at tho handB of
nearly 100 persona In Allegheny, fol
lowing an attempt to assault Mrs.
Mary Baruko, aged !S years. The po
lice and tlremcu who were called to
the scone had great dllllculty In get
ting tho man from tho mob.
Vancouver, R. C Aug. 10. It Is re
ported that'.!. A. Arthur, a member of
a party of oiplorors from tho Smith
sonian Institution, was drowned in
Cold Stream river. Whllo tho party
was crossing tho stream their canoe
upset. One man leached land.
Ate Toadstools and Died. '
Kalamazoo, Mich., Aug. 10. Emor.
son BiowneJl. ono of a party of 14
persons who were, poisoned by toad
stools at White's Lako several days
ago, died last night at his home lioro
from the poisoning. The other mem
bers of the paity have rooovered.
Show of Bayonets Seated Rioters.
Belfast. Ireland, Aug. 10. The
strikers Filday attempted to renew
the disturbances near the docks, but
a show of bayonets on the part of tho
troops who are policing that part of
the city ended the tumble.
Americano FWfcIt' 'the Cup.
Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 10 Tho
Canada's cup bus been forfeited to
the Adele, the challeuger. The Sen
eca, tie defendor, Is over measure
ment and cannot Qualify for tho clasj.
Tho cup therefore goos to tho Royal
Canadian Yacht club, of Toronto,
without a contest. Races between
too challenger nnd defendor, however,
will bo held off Summorvlllo today
and tho prlglnal program will be car
ried out, except that tho racp will bo
fur a Hag and not for the cup.
Says Coffee Drinking Caused Death.
Cincinnati, Aug. 10. Dr. Sarah M.
Blowers, ouo of tha most prominent
n omen physicians of the city, on Fri
day lu a death certificate to the health
department coifbernliiB tho demise of
a patient, gave as tho cause "exces
sive coffee drinking." This is tho first
time a. death from coffee drinking has
been officially reported In this city, ,
THE MARON DAILY
H ZONK OF PRESENT TROUBUE,
OjH&tA Mixta ratNCHVTtT
irirurTw SuNM SfANld
'"vy UNKR Jt,,N,5't "i'k
JS5Sgjtt?-..3f rtEPu,Mtt m,
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All!.. ...avM"" M'
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Were Slain During Fight
The french Soldiers' Camp Outside
of Casablanca and Were Re
pulsed with Large Loss.
Paris, Aug .10, Admiral Phlllberfs
report to Marine Minister Thomson
says that August 7 tho Du Chayla lost
five men killed and adds that there
vere also a number of killed and
wounded among the Spanish forces.
The Moorish losses on account of the
cross fire of the Gallloo and Forbln
The camp material and soldiers
were debarked at night by the aid of
the searchlights of the warships.
Special dispatches from Tangier es
timate the Moors' losses In the 49
hours' fighting at from 1,800 to 2,000
A battalion of Infantry has been or
dered to get ready for senico in Mo
rocco. Fivo Spanish gunboats aro ready to
salt for Moiocco from San Sebastian
and the Spanish cruiser Lepanto Is
embarking marines at Cadiz for Casa
blanca and Mogador.
Tangier, Aug. 10. Further particu
lars of the bombardment of Casa
blanca show that when Admiral Phlll
berfs Squadron arrived off that port
the armored cruisers Condo and
Glolre bombarded the outskirts of tho
city while tho Jeanne D'Arc shelled
the Arab quarter. As soon as the
foreign legation landed the gates
woro battered down, tho soldiers took
possession of tho ramparts and tho
sticets woro cleared by tho infantry,
with the use of rapid lire guns.
Tho Du Chayla before, sailing for
Mazagad, asked for some troops to
land there, but Admiral Phlllbert de
clined, saying he was unable to spare
them. Ho sent the Admiral Aubo to
reinforce the Du Chayla.
Tho French warships Condo and
Unlllco are at Rabat and tho Du
Chayla Is still at Mazagan.
Admiral Phlllbert lias Issued a
proclamation at both places warning
tho natives that tho least act of hos
tility against Europeans will result in
the towns being completely destroyed.
News has been received hero that
tho Arab tiibosmen, who had gather
ed from the surrounding country to
the number of 5,000 or 0,000, swept
down upon Gen. Drudo's camp outside
Casablanca Thursday afternoon. They
weie driven off with considerable
loss, Later thoy renewed tho attack
and again were repulsed. The French
troop aio In splendid condition. Tho
warships supported thoni during this
attack by keoping up a steady shall
tlio on the horsomen,
Casablanca, Aug. 10. The Moors
on Thursday night renewed tholr at
tempt to iuvado Casablanca, but were
repulsed with heavy losses by the fire
from the warships, AH the consulates
bore are now guarded by machlno
Canuck Oarsmen Made Fine Showing.
'Philadelphia, Aug. 10. Spirited
racos marked every one of tho six
events decided lu tho prellmlnatles to
the annual regatta of tho National
Association of Amateur Oarsmen held
over the Schuylkill river course Fri
day ufternoon. Tho regatta was more
International than national In charac
ter, for throe dlffeiont countries were
loprcsonted, the United States, Can
ada and Germany. Tho Canadians
were the surprise of the regatta.
Thoy either were fuaced or won every
event In which they competed.
Train's Crew Is Indicted,
Washington, Aug. 10. Tho grand
Jury of the supreme court of the Dis
trict of Columbia on Friday found In
dictments agaliiHt Henry H, Hllde
brand, engineer; Frank 1J. Hoffmler,
conductor, Ira C. McClollan, fireman,
nnd Ralph Butter, hrakeman of train
1)120 of the Baltlmoie & Ohio railroad,
which on Decembei 31. 1906, ran Into
the rear of train No, 00 whJlo the Jat
ter stood at Terra Cotta station In
the outsklrtu of Washington, causing
pnu of the moat disastrous collisions
that evei occurred In this vicinity,
resulting in the death of 46 persons.
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Are Returned AgainstOil
Trust and Railroads.
IN REBATE CASES.
Convictions on All the,Counts Might
Result in four Corporations Being
Fined $18,240; 000.
Jamestown, N. Y., Aug? It). Convic
tions on all tho counts pf tho indict
monts returned Friday V? tho federal
grand jury for westoru 'New York
would render four corporations liable
to fines aggregating $18,2,40,000.
Judge Hazel received the report
from tho jury's Investigations of tho
government's charges against tho
Standard Oil Co., tho Vacuum Oil Co.,
tho New York Central and the Penn
sylvania rallioads of giving and re
ceiving special nud illegal concessions
on shipments of oil fioni'ble.in, N. Y.,
to points In Vermont.
The report includes' tbo presenta
tion of two Indictments against tha
Standard Oil Co.,' two, against tho
Vacuum Oil Co., two against the New
York Central and Pennsylvania Joint
ly, and two against eacot these rail
roads separately. Oneof tho indict
ments against each corporation con
tains 188 counts undjtho other 40
The report given isonly a partial
one, the Jury adjournlngjiuntll Septem
ber C, when it will continue Its work,
The law provides a penalty of S20,
000 for each count' in case of convic
tion, A conviction, oiil, each count
would render the Standard, Vacuum,
New York Central andVPennsylvanlii
liable to fines of $4,500,000 each, or a
total of $18,240,000.
Fifteen Autos Start In 24-Hour Run.
New York, Aug. 10-Flftcen auto
mobiles started lastf-jnlght at tho
Brighton Beach race track In tho In
ternational endurance Derby of 21
hours' duration. FiveyUiousand peo
plo witnessed the start- The event
was open to single atoc touting cars
and touring runabouts7elther stripped
or fully equipped of 00 horse power or
under. Jn some instances only ono
driver was named to run a car, but
tho majority of tho entrants had two
drivers who alternated; The prize Is
a gold nnd silver trophyTfor tho owner
of the winning car and $1,000 In gold
to the driver, or In case of two .driv
ers $500 each. The present, 24-hour
record is 8110 miles.
MINOR NEWS ITEMS.
Satisfied that Gary, Ind.', will ho tho
steel capital of the Norld( tho direct
ors of the United States Steel Corpor
ation have decided to luvost an addi
tional $46,000,000 In tlio construction
of tho model city and steel plant
The contest at Boston for the presl
aency of the Team Drivers' Interna
tional union was settled by tho elec
tion of Daniel J. Tobin, of Boston.
Cornelius P. Shea, of Chicago, presi
dent for tho past four years, was de
feated. Charging discrimination In freight
rates and asking for the schedtilo In
force in Kansas, tho National Petro
leum association and tho National Re
fining Co., of Omaha, have fllod n
complaint with the Nebraska railway
commission against all the railroads
In tho state.
A Big Shrinkage In Values.
New York, Aug. 10. Several stocks
fell to now low record levels Friday.
Notable among them was Standard
Oil, which reached 410, the lowest
point touched in many years. Later
the stock was offered at 475,. with np
bidders. Sovornl years agoStondard
Oil sold above $800 per share and Fri
day's pride indicates a shrinkage in
valuo computed on tho total capital
stock of more than $300,000,000. Other
stocks that sold at a new low level
woro tho shares of the Interborough
Metropolitan Co., which operates tho
trnctiou lines on Manhattan Island.
Tno common stock sold at 11 and tho
preferred nt 33V4. Thoso figures nro
about half the price several months
A Famous Gambler Dies.
Chicago, Aug. 10. Michael C. Mc
Donald, for years n leading politician
nnd gambler in this city, died
Friday. It Is said that Mr. McDon
ald's estato will amount to between
$1,500,000 and $2,000,000. It la ox
pocted that there will bo a contest be
tweon tho first and second wives of
McDonald 'for the bulk of the estato
The second Mrs. McDonald Is to be
tried in Octobor for tho murder of
Webster S. Guorlu McDonald direct
ed In IiIb will that $25,000 be deducted
from the share of the estate set apart
for his second wife to defray tho ox
ponsaa jf her defense.
Land Speculatora are Buay.
Muskegeo, I. T Aug, 10. RestrJc
tlons on lands lu the Creek Nation
having oxphed Thursday night, tlieru
was groat activity Friday npiong lurid
speculatois in procuring the lands ol
Indians. Both full bloods and mixed
bloods all over the Cieek Nation wore
busy disposing of their lands. An at
torney said that b today nearly
ovory acre of land In tho Creek .Na
tion except the homesteads would bo
deeded to white men jt la chargod
that some of tho Indians have sold
the land four or live times and that
much questionable work is gqlng on.
Coming August 1(1.
'the Inst time Jtat)lli8on'rclrcus was
hero a gient ralu vlsu.
woman in the Dolly Varden got tho
worst of It. Wp unllo when we think
of It. We can shut our eyes and aeo
sights fit for the gods. Uno woman
standB out prominently above nil the
rest. Sho wore a Dolly Varden With
largo red roses, a vlilto chiffon hat
coveied with blue beds and carried a
whit creation In clillfon called a
sun shade, Shu came to town early
looking as fresh and trim ns a newly
launched Udhooner. Sho left town
Into In tho evening loaoinbllng a water
soaked coal Imrge flying tho stars
nnd stripes. Hanging on the Btnr
board side of her poit 'how was an
object which If found In a farmor'B
barn would hae ben taken for a
pntent mt trap, but when plnccd
beforo a dressmaker's convention
Would have asumed tho role of tho lat
est pattern of a health bustle. The
rain, which hud ben falling In tor
rents all day, hnd played havoc with
tho blue Uells to thu extent that Solo
mon could hnvo guessed In three
guetjaea without the aid of honey been
that thoy were false.
Tho chiffon hat had melted away
and lay In n spongy mass on the back
of her neck, while the' blue water
from tho blue bells dripped ceronely
down her hack. Tho Dolly Varden
roses, supposed to bo American Beau
ties had suddenly decided to change
their personality Into Virginia Creep
ers, and they proceded U creep
for all they were worth. Tho dainty
trilby's clad in snow whllo kid dip
pers, resembled Mississippi dredge
boats, whllo tho gauzy hoso assumed a
flesh color. This wns ono out of 20,
000 Just such pictures.
But, nevertli ilcss, John' Robinson
Is coming bnck In all his glory and
tho same woman heie with n now
Dolly Varden. The mnull boy will
bo up all night In order to poo "It"
unload and engago himself to car
ry water to tho elephant. Tho li
cense Is pnld, tho lot rented and nil
contracts mndi, all wo havo to do la
to buy tickets and mo the wonders.
Mra. 7,on Davis and family of La
Rtio have boon Isltlng near Bells
Corners tho last week.
Mr. Joe Severn will commence
piking next Tuesday o lithe road run
ning from Parrtown to Union r.ountv
line. Teams and hands are wanted.
Mr. Orvlllo Gay and wife, ' of
Green Camp, were tho guests of Mr.
nnd Mrs. Thomas NIglo over Inst
Mr. Lou Older and Fred Turner, of
LaRitP, nro pushing tho work on tlm
Wlnnlmac pike, still teams and hands
Tho farmers nrn vorv lmov in thaii.
oats tills week, which seems to bo a
goon crop in this township.
loiin Foos had a narrow escape
Friday mornlntr wblli minmiMt-
horso. Tho horse kicked him in the
iifeast with both hind feet.
Tho fnrmers are lndulcinir in tnlk-
Ing over tho losses and narrow escapes
rrom the last llood of Rush creek. All
the bottom lands nro damaged consid
erable. In some Instances tho crons
being n total loss,
'1 ho board of education of our town-
Blilp Is making arrangements to cen
tralize our schools so as to mako six
schools out of nlno.
James King nnd wife, of RIchwood,
were tho guosts of Mr. and Mrs,
Coutcr near Hurrisburg school house
Severn! from this townshln attended
tho Hill reunion licb' nt the homo of
Mr. D. W. Beckloy ono mile south
of RIchwood last Sunday. About
140 wero present.
Arrs. Sam Clayton hud, nbout 85
joung chickens stolen from her prom
ises last week.
Tho interurbnn lino from Rtch
wod to LuRuo Is In tlio lunda of a
Now York firm now and work wilt
The Reed rruinloii wna linlil nt
the home of Andrew Reed, two miles
south of Mnrtel, Sunday, August 4th,
Tiiore wero cu relatives .In attendance.
Tills waH ono of tho lamest reunions
ever held In Tullv townshlo. Tho
out of town iclatlves woro seven pco-
pio from Fostorln, two fumllles finin
Gallon, ono family from Mai Ion. Tho
day was spent In nlaylnir munv
games. Dinner was horved for all.
I. S. Crlsslngor returned liomo
from Marion Sunday.
Clair Galleher was at Gallop on
No, 37 Lrlo local was delayed four
llOUIS tit Marlorl Atondnvr nn firwnimf
of broken piston rod. TJio engine
uiiu iu loiuru io uaiion,
Mr. Carol Cahvorv. nf wi inn
Indiana, is hero vjsltng his mother
Mr. , Homer Stono and family, of
Delaware, were thn inmntu nt f..
Stone's parents last weely.
.Mrs. settle Decker returned homo
(O CollllnbllH. Tuesday. nft.r n u,-.l'..
visit with relatives.
Mrs W J. IJi Ice, of Bucyrus, was
tho guest of relatives hero last week.
Mr Oliver .Tminn in imiiiiinir . t ....
corn crib and coal house that will
noni soveral cars of conl. Mr. Joneti
Will handle coal, lu connection with
Erie local No. 87 west bound In now
B c Bk.
Gives root to tho stomach. For Indigestion, dyspepsia, sour stomaoh,
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, nervous
stomach and catarrh of tho stomach. A prompt relief.
frtpartd At tfet Lab
oo .CHcmo.U g A.
Dlaemia Wtiat Yen Eat
Mahfia tha Bra nth Swaet
Columbus, spent Sunday with his par-
Peter Weldnmalor left "for Maltlaud.
Friday, to tako chargo of tho night
JIKs Diniinio Clutter is on the
Kful Woftturvillc, f Columbus
in Uie gmwt of lirvino Monnettu this
Ueoigo .Mnson kukI Mist Muu
Single, Imvii Weir and Miss I'js
tella Jticu, Venial Likens and jMIsh
Kdilh Weir and Chas. Clutter and
Mift Albsrla foal drove to tho
homo of Jiuni's, Shnlt two miles
east of Waldo .Sunday morning
mul spent tho lny.
W. J. Weir and daughter Ethel
Mi. Mary Jones nud Mrs. Delia
Brockleeby and daughter Qonevra
spent Sunday at tho liomo of Nov
Hill. " - , I
mv. ami .wrs.. unus. Ktrouso ot
Bucyrna Hpent Sunday at tlio home
of; Una Stiouse.
.Mr. and Mi. D. R. Crisaiiijor
of Meirion were the guenlft of John
'Mi Blanche Hinds of Akron
is visiting at tho homo o hcr
ginndfather ,.T. li. Ifinds somtlt
Church Dotstroyed by Fire.
Youngstown, O., Aug. 10. Whllo
thn funeral of Mrs. Mary Green was
bolng held at St. Nicholas' church In
Struthers, Friday, tho building took
fire from live coals which dropped
from tho brazier nud K was burned to
tho ground. Jt was with dllllculty
that the mourners escaped.
Is Held In $5,000 Ball. .
Cleveland, Aug. 10. Dr. ' Norman
M. Geor wob hound ovoc to tho grand
Jury by, Police Judgo Fiedler Friday
afternoon under $5,000 bond to un
swer for tho death of III year-old
Mary Werner, duo, Coionor Bprko
had already decided, to a criminal op
eration. Aliened Informer was Assaulted.
Canton, O., Aug. 10. Following a
hearing In court Filday of a case
agnltist 'Canton saloonlpepors on tho
charge of polling liquor on Sunday,
Andiow Splgelmlro was accused of In
forming on Ijnuor deulors and was at
tacked on the street and badly
Priest wac Badly Scalded.
Wncron, O., Aug. 10. While pre
paring water for a bath, Thursday
night. Rev.' Dnor. or St Mary's
Catholic church, accidentally fell Into
tho tub and was badly scaldeif, pocsl
bly,fatally. Ho wub hurried by train
to a Cleveland h03jiltal.
A Remarkable Escape from Death.
Zancavlllo, 0 Auk. 10 A 5-year
o)d girl who was walking on, a trostlo
on a railroad nenr heiu Filday saw u
passenger train approaching and
jumped finm tho trestlu to the giound
bolow, a dlbtanco of 10 feet. Sho was
A Call for a Convention.
Columbus, O., Aug. 10. The call
for the twenty-fourth annual conveu
tlon of tho Ohio Federation of Labor
to be hold In Columbus beginning Oc
tobcr 1, was Issued Filday,
Modified tho Injunction.
'Montgomery, Ala., Aug, 1D. In ac
cordance with an ngreoment between
tho state and tho Southern rallwuy by
which the license .of tho latter Ju Ala
bama was reinstated, lawyers for tho
Southern railway on Friday uppeared
beforo Federal judgo Jones and ob
tained a modification of his Injunc
tion heretofore granted against tha
state restraining It from eufoicluy
laws while litigation was ponding.
Strikers, Refuse, to Arbitrate.
Los Angeles, Aug. 10. Tho striking
bollermnkers of the Pacific division of
the Southern Pacinc on Friday declin
ed tho offer ot arbitration submitted
by tho company. Tho stilko may bo
extended further east on tho HairP
totr ttdaAab, bika
lot of l, te.
W. K. Raker to A. A'. Winegar
one lot in Mmrion, fl,45".
, O. II. I Rxowu to E. 5.
lloi-kutiiiii ouo lot iu Minion, $ib0.
John 11, Bain nnd others to
John AW Clink, live lots in Mar
Krunk .Baker Io James N. Baker
one lot in Miarion, sfJC".
William (Jracely lo Albeit W.
CSrsu-ely. one lot hi Mailon, $1500.
William Clmcely to Harvey T.
Urm'cly, four lota in Marion, il
Catharine tlrncely to Harvey T.
(liacely. Jour lots in Moirion, $LO0O.
Henderson Dnff to Mis. M. A.
Wintemmte, part of n lot in Mar
ion, $1,-J00. V
.iones &. Wilson to Missouri
Cooper, ono lot in Marion, $250.
Jumps Q. Moroy to Clara A.
Morey, one lot in Marion, $2,100.
Henry Strptue. to Edwin S. Moon
f 1-2 acres in Tnlly township. $
Benjnmiu "Wnddel to Mattio' Gar
field, one lot in Marion, $f)0Q.
Alice Walter and otheia to
Jnmoe ardnor, one' lot in Mariom
Mrs. M. A. Wintcnnnto to
Henderson Duff, ouo lot in Marion,
B. G. Young to Williolmine Beer
bewer, (wo lots in Mnriou, $550.
B. G. Young to W. B. Camp,
Ihrco lots in Marion, $521.88'.
Boys', Youth's, Little Hen's Solid
Calf Luce Shoes.
Slzea 0, 10. 11, 12, 12 1-2 $1.10
Sizes 13.. 13 1-2 $f,i5
SIzeu I, 1 J-2, 2 ., $H25 '
Sizes 3, 3 1-2, 4, 4 1-2, C, 5 1-2. $1.50
13 13 ATT Y & LONG,
Quick Cash sales and amall profits
"Ho has an annrohpnuivu'innv ot....
Ithn ees." "Yes, his wlfo has Just
ontered tho rojni.," Cleveland Plain
because beer is flavored withHops
a moBt healthful plant and
made from Barley Mult - a most
nutritious, strrngth-buildlng groin
beer is the most healthful becauoo
In It Hops and Barley are com
bined just right. Selected malt,
proper brewing, nnd cold aging,
make the delicious taste. Only34
per cent alcohol "just enough
for health,' great doctors say.
uy upetal Bros, m
UsJne every precaution for the
protcct'iou of thoWiomo If a
millionaire liomo bnnta down, ha
can buijd another, buc how about
tho man in modewto circumstances?
Iunuranco In a necossity--we eup
ply it at. a vory moderate cost,
Fred W. Peters,
. 110 1-2 South Main Btrert,
i. v a ml f i-h nn hkju oihkahv
air. u&yjq jobs and family, qC