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Ijroa (Scuntg Register
E. I). ARE, Editor.
VOLCME XXVII.
Number 5.
: August 8, 1893.
Congress convenes next Tuesday.
let it be hoped that their action will
Te such .at to insure the -Democracy's
ienso in power for a quarter of a century.
' Th e St. Louis Republic says it wants
bimelalisra, but it evidently wants it
far in the future. Time was when the
Republic wanted Free Coinage of Silver,
and wanted it right now. As Gov.
Stone is, the Republic was.
x List of letters remaining in the Iron
ton poat-offlce, for the month ending
July 31st. 1893:
Berry JMDr
Chase David
Howard Mrs II
House Henry
Magan John A 3.
McOee G W
Sutton Leonard
Tesfero James
If not called for within thirty days,
they will be sent to the dead letter of
fice. A. P. Vance, P. M.
Eelleview Doings.
Ed. Register We are having an
abiyidance of rain, corn crops are fine;
prospects at present are good for a
large yield.
Mrs. Bell Lay and Mrs. D. G. Bleaky
were called to Centaur, St. Louis-coun
ty, to see their mother, who is quite
sick.
Mrs. G. K. Talley has gone to Bol
linger county to visit relatives.
Mr. D. II. Ilarttnan returned from a
trip to Oregon county Sunday morning.
He went after Fred Black, the 12 year
old boy of J. C. Black, who was killed
July 3d.
Two threshing machines were in our
village last week; quite a number have
threshed. Wheat is turning out very
poor.' Oats are not near as good a9
expected.
Master Walter Ilarral fell through a
barn loft and hurt his arm last Friday
eve; at present is getting along as well
as could be expected.
There were services at the Presby
terian church Sunday.
Miss Sallio Hartman has been visit
ing in family of J. S. Jordan, Ironton,
for past throe or four days.
Died, July 26th inst., Mrs. McKin
ney after an illness of some two or
three months.
Chas. Gallaher of Edge Hill was in
our burg a day or two last week, get
ting repairs for a thresher.
Hay making is the order of the day;
the wet weather has caused quite a de
lay and some hay to get damaged.
Wm. Lay is home again; had to re
turn on account of his health.
Henson Muse of - St. Louis is visiting
relatives for a few days.
July 31, 1893. G.
Goodwater News.
Ed. Renister Harvesting in this
section is nearly completed. Wheat
crops were rather light; oats, fairly
good and meadows yielded unusally
well. Nearly all are done haying.
The prospects for corn, especially the
earlier planted, are very promising.
With copious rains on the 4th inst..
ground-soaker and a light rain on the
25th have done much to favor the
thrifty growth of corn.
The sky is now densely covered with
clouds and heavy rains may be reas
onably be expected within the next
two days. Shou.d we blessed with
grouni-soaking rain during the first
week in August, the corn crops of this
and adjoining communities will be far
greater than it has been for a number
of years past.
There are very few peaches and no
apples hererbouts; in fact fruits of all
kinds are very scarce throughout this
locality.
Among recent happenings I note the
following:
II. C. Cavender, of near Salem, Mo.,
was in this neighborhood selling fruit
trees for the Stark Nurseries.
Miss Maggie Lucas is now living at
her brother's, C. D. Lucas, Sr., near
Palmer.
It is said that Jas. H. Alcorn has
Bold his interest in the threshing out
fit to Wyatt King.
John Bolick, who has been working
for some time at Mrs. Buford's, near
Kaolin, is now stopping at Samuel
Crocker's.
Miss Effie Love, who recently re
turned from Newport, Ark., where she
visited her cousin, Mrs. Frances John
son, is now with relatives near Bel
grade. Mr. Duncan, of near Barney, Dent
county, constructed a new wheel for
R. C. Crocker's mill. It has been
placed in position, and when much
needed repairs aro made on the race
and trunking, Mr. Crocker will be able
to grind more speedly than ever before.
Wm. Carl and Wyatt King are now
threshing near Belgrade.
K. Erbschloo accidentally cut his foot
with an ax on the loth inst.. inflicting
a painful though not dangerous wound.
It is healing nicely, but he will be
crippled for some time.
School in this district will open on
next Monday, 31st inst. Mr. Hawkins,
of near Belleview, has been employed
to teach it.
Sinco the above was written, tho
clouds have dispersed and it is now
clear and hot. R. E.
July 2Sth, 1893.
St Louis on Fire.
Clones News.
Ed. Register Owing to the fact that
I have been absent from home for the
greater part of the past three weeks, I
failed to send you a communication
when due.
Out here haying has been the order
of the day for the past two weeks.
but most farmers have completed that
work, and are now busily engaged
threshing their wheat and oats; Messrs.
Black and Ilancchauson doing the work.
The writer recently spent a few days
visiting the Teachers' Institute at Po
tosi. Tho institute opened June 2Gth,
and closed Juljr 21st, having been in
session four weeks. There wero about
seventy teachers enrolled, f.fty-six of
whom received certificates Prof.
Shelton, Kansas City, who conducted
tho institute, is a fair, impartial ex
aminer. Miss Brooks, the commission
er, is an energetic, efficient worker, of
whom Washington county may be
proud.
The report in last week's Register
that "during the past week a brother
of Wm. Lewis, who had the fight with
Jennings, has been killed," is a mis
take. As yet none of the Lewis boys
have been killed, and that the Jen
nings' are preparing to change their
base.
The meeting at Goodland on last
Saturday and Sunday was attended by
the largest audience ever seen at that
place, if reports bo true. Mr. John
Carty, of Old Mexico, visited J. M.
Latham on Monday last. Mr. C will
shortly return, via Kansas City, where
he has a sister living.
H. L. Latham has been doing a
thriving business running his new
Buckeye mower; he has cut about
thirty acres.
J. T. Patterson will leave here on
the 6th prox., for Belgrade, where he
will engage in teaching. Miss Real,
of Potosi, a graduate of the State Uni
versity, will act as assistant, not Mis9
Henderson, as stated some time ago.
Mr. Buford, our teacher, is doing a
good work, so, also, i3 Mrs. N. Adams
in Goodland district.
Mrs. McMahon has recently ordered
a bran new wagon from St. Louis.
John Luthy, Esq., made a business
trip to Belgrade recently.
Little Otto F. Patterson recently
pulled the stopper out of tho Brammer
washer, which was full of boning wa
ter, and consequently was pretty bad
ly burned. But at this writing he is
able to go around.
Rev. Mathew Adams preached an
excellent sermon near here not long
ago; he will preach again on the fifth
Sunday in Oct. 1
July 29, 1893.
An Epidemic of Bloody Flux.
. Last summer the flux raged here to a
fearful extent. About five miles north
of here at the Whiteside graveyard
there were five victims of this dreadful
disease buried in one day. The doc
tors could do nothing with the disease.
When my family was taken, I went to
Walter Brothers, of Waltersburg, and
told them the situation. They said,
give Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy; that they had sent
out several hundred bottles into the
infected district and "everday we hear
how this medicine is curing them. So
far we have not heard of its failing in
a 6ingle instance." I went to giving
it and could soon see the good effects
a cure was tho result. Anyone in
doubt about these facts may write to
me. L. C. Ellis, Rock, Pope Co., 111.
For sale by P. R. Crisp.
COUGHING LEADS TO CONSUMP
TION. Kemp's Balsam stops the
cough at once.
The streets of St. Louis on the
evenings of August 17th, 24th and 31st,
will be brilliantly illuminated by gas
and electricity, which is only a fore
runner of the magnificent illuminations
that will be given during the Fall Fes
tivities. The Iron Mountain Route has
made a rate of one fare for the round
trip from Ironton, Mo., and intermedi
ate points, to St. Louis and return.
Tickets on sale 17th, 24th. and 81st,
limited for return up to and including
one day in addition to date of sale.
Call on local agent for further particu
lars. II. C. Townsexd, G. P. & T.
Agent, St. Louis. Mo. 4t
Lane's Medicine Moves the Bowels
Each Day. In order to be healthy this
si necessary.
We hope everyone who owns horse will read
the advertisement of the ElKbart Carriage and
Harness Manufacturing Company, 01 Elkhart,
Indiana, appearing in this paper.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had : lildren, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria.
AVER'S
HAIR VIGOR
Keeps the scalp
clean, cool, healthy.
The Best
Dressing
Restores hair
which has become
thin, faded, or gray
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.
Lowell, Mass.
H, HDOLPH,
Successor to A. Winkler,
Ironton, 3Io,
Has opened up with a Full and New
Line of
WATCHES, CLOCKS
SPECTACLES,
Jewelry, Silverware,
and Everything that can be found in a
First Class Jewelry Store.
All Kinds of Reprint Done
ON SHORT NOTICE.
Repairing Fine Watches a Specialty,
Call and examine Goods and Prices.
BALD
ADS!
5
TBABE MARK
Hegxsterta.
What is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has it a
meiess appearance? Does it fall out when combed or
brushed ? Is it full off dandruff? Does your scalp itch ? ,
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these are some of i
yoursymptomsbe warned in time oryou will become bald.
SkookumRoot Hair Grower
la what yon need. Its production is not an accident, bat the result or scientific i
research. Knowledge of tbe diseases ot tbe hair and scalp led to tbe discov- i
ery of how to treat them. "Skookura" contains neither minerals nor oils. It
is not a vye, out a dellghtrnlly cooling ana refreshing Tonic By stimulating
the follicles, it stops falling hair, cures dandruff and grows hair on bald
heads.
. t3T Keep tbe scalp clean, healthy, and free from Irritating eruptions, by
ma use oi sicooicum tsm aoap. it destroys parasmo tnseeis, icaica jeca on
and destroy the hair.
If your druggist cannot supply yon send direct to us, and we will forward
prepaid, on receipt of price. Grower, $UX) per bottle ; 6 for $5.00. Soap, 60c
per Jar ; 6 for 92.50.
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER
87 South Fifth Avenae, Mew York, N. T.
co., i
ariraTraysreTnrTTrB' mini rinrinrrTrTnrMTi miiiiiiiiiiiiuii
i rm i est
ook'sCottonRoot
COMPOUND.
'A recent discovery by an old
physician. Successfully used
monthly by thousands Of
Ladies. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable medicine dis
covered. Beware of unprincipled druggists who
offer Inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for
Cook's Cotton Root Compound, take no substi
tute, or Inclose $1 and 6 cents in postage in letter
and we will send, sealed, by return mall. Full sealed
particulars in plain envelope, to ladles only, 2
stamps. Address Pond Lily Company.
No. 3 Fisher Block. Detroit, Mich.
Sold in Ironton, Mo. , by P. K. Crisp,
druggist.
Job Work of all kinds neatly oxecut
ed at this office.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
In the Circuit Court of Iron County, Missouri,
in vacation July 2Jth, 1893.
The State of Missouri at the relation and to
the use of P. W. Whitworth, Collecto r of
the Revenue of Iron County, Missouri,
against
James Peregrine, Jonah Peregrine, heirs of
II. N. Tong, deceased, heirs of Joseph G.
Clarkson, deceased, and all unknown in
terested parties.
Action to Enforce Lien for Taxes.
Now at this day comes the plaintiff, P. W.
Whitworth, Collector of the Revenue of Iron
County, Missouri, and files his petition and
affidavit, setting forth among other things,
that the defendants are all non-residents of
the State of Missouri, except the heirs of II.
N. Tong, deceased, and the heirs of Joseph
G. Clarkson, deceased, and cannot be sum
moned in this action by the ordinary pro
cess of law ; it is, therefore, ordered by the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of 1 ron County,
Mo., in vacation, that publication be made,
notifying said Defendants that an action has
been commenced against them in the Circuit
Court of said County, the object and general
nature of which is to enforce the lien of the
State of Missouri, on the following real
estate, belonging to the said defendants, for
back taxes for the years 1888, .1889, 1890
and 1891, to-wit:
The north half of the southeast quarter and
the northeast quarter, and lot 1 of the north
west quarter of section 7, township 31 north,
of range 4 east, in Iron County, Missouri.
jAn itemized statement in the nature or a ta
bill, showing the amount of taxes now due on
said real estate, for the years aforesaid, amount
ing, in the aggregate, to the sum of $ -0.73
is filed with said petition as provided by law.) And
unless they be and appear at the next term of said
court, to be holden for said county of Iron, and
State of Missouri, at the courthouse in said countv.
on the loW-u Monday inOctober next,(lS93), and
on or before the third day thereof (if the term shall
so long continue! and, if not, then before the end
ol the term), and plead, answer or demur to said
plaintiff's petition, the same will be taken as
confessed, judgment rendered in accordance with
the prayer of said petition, and said real estate, ot
so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said judgment, interest and costs, be sold under a
special fieri facias to be issued thereon.
it is further ordered that a copy hereof be pub
lished according to law in the Iron County Reg
ister, a weekly newspaper published in said
county of Iron, and State of Missouri.
JOS. HUFF, Clerk.
& true copy
Attest, with seal, this 29th day of July,
seal 1893. JOS. HUFF,
Clerk Iron County Circuit Court.
OHDER OF PUBLICATION.
In the circuit court of Iron county, Missouri, in
vacation July 29th, 1893.
TBe State of Missouri, at the relation and to
the use of P. W. Whitworth, collector of
the revenue ot Iron county, Missouri,
against
Acquilla M. Reyburn, Marcus L.Julian, Ju
lia A. Green, Manning M., George G. and
Edward A. Kimmel, Cora L. Entler.EMD.
Ake, O.W. Maekie, and all unknown in
terested parlies.
Action to Enforce Lien for Taxes.
Now at this day comes the platntiff, P W. Whit
worth, collector of the revenue of Iron county,
Missouri, and files his petition and affidavit, set.
ting forth among other things, that the defendants
are non-residents of the State of Missouri and
cannot be summoned in this action ty the ordina
ry process of law; it is, therefore, ordered by the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Irpn County, Mo.,
in vacation, that publication be made, noti
fying said defendant that an action has been com
menced against them in the Circuit Court of said
county, the object and general nature of which is
to enforce the lien of the State of Missou
ri, on the following real estate, belonging to
the said defendants, for back taxes for the years
lSSS, lSWaml 1890, to wit.
All of the undivided half of the southwest quarter
of the southwest quarter of section s, and the un
divided half of the southeast quarter, of section 6,
township 31, range 4 east, in Iron county, Mo.
(An itemized statement in the nature of a tax
bill, showing the amount of taxes now due on
said real estate, for the years aforesaid, amount
ing, in the aggregate, to the sum of $10.18
is hied with said petition as provided by law.) And
unless they be and appear at the next term of said
court, to be holden for said county of Iron, and
State of Missouri, at the courthouse in said countv.
on the fourth Monday inOctober next, (I893), and
on or before the third day thereof (if the term shall
so long continue; and, if not, then before the end
of the term), and plead, answer or demur to said
plaintifPs petition, the same will be taken as
confessed, judgment rendered in accordance with
the prayer of said petition, and said real estate, or
so much thereof as may oe necessary to satisfy
said judgment, interest and costs, be sold under a
special fieri facias to be issued thereon.
It is further ordered that a copy hereof be pub
lished according to law in the Iron County Reg
ister, a weekly newspaper published in said
county of Iron, and State of Missouri.
JOS. HUFF, Cleric
A true copy:
Attest, with seal, this 29th day of July.
seal A. D. 1893.
JOS. HUFF, clerk
Iron county circuit court.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
In the Circuit Court of Iron County, Mo., in vacation
July 29th, 1 893.
The State of Missouri, at the relation and to the nse
of P. W. Whitworth, Collector of the Revenue of
Iron County, Mo.,
against
John Murray, Ruth Elliott and all unknown inter
ested parties.
Action to Enforce Payment of Taxes.
Now at this day comes the plaintiff, P. W.
Whitworth.collector of revenue of Iron coun
ty, Missouri, and files his petition and affidav
it, settinsr forth among other things, that the
defendants. Ruth Elliott and all unknown
interested parties are non-residents of the
State of Missouri, and cannot be summoned
in this act ion by the ordinary process of law;
It is, therefore, ordered by the clerk of the
circuit court of Iron county. Mo., In vacation,
that publication be made, notifying said de
fendants that an action has been commenced
against him in tbe circuit cenrt of said coun
ty, the object and general nature of which is
to enforce the lien of the State of Missouri
for back taxes for the years 18S8. 18S9, 1890
and 1891, inclusive, on tbe following real es
tate, belonging to said defendants, to wit :
East half of lot No. 1 of the northeast
quarter of section 5,township31 range 4 east,
Iron county. Mo.
(An itemized statement In the nature of a
tax bill, showing the amount of taxes now due
on said real estate, for the years aforesaid,
amounting in the aggregate to the sum of
15.91, Is filed with said petition, as provided by
law.) And unless they be and appear at the
next term of said court, to be holden for the
county of Iron, and State of Missouri, at the
Court House in said county on the fourth
I Mouday in October next, (1S93), and on or
j before the third day thereof (if tne tvnn
shall so long continue; and, 1 not, tin n
b-jlore the end of tin- term), and pit-ail,
answer or demur to said plaint. fl's petition,
the mme will tin taken asc mfessci, iu Sgrnenl
rendered in acjonlatict: with the prayer of said
'petition, and said real estate, or so much
thereof as may be neces-sary to satisfy said
I judgment, interest and costs, be sold under a
spatial fieri facias to be issued thereon.
It is fnr her ordered that a copy hereof be
published according to law in the Iron
Countv Registek, a weekly newspaper j u -lished
in said comity o' Iron, and Stal A
Missouri. JOS. HUFF, Clerk.
A true copy:
Attest, with seal, this 29th day of July, IS93.
seal. JOS.HUFF, Clerk
Iron county circuit court.
ORDKR OF PUBLICATION.
In the Circuit Court Iron county, Missouri,
iu vacation July 29th, 1893.
Tbe State of Missouri at the relation and to
the use of P. W. Whitworth, Collector of
tbe Revenue of Iron county, Missouri,
asainst
Peter K. Lan.lis and all unknown interested
parties.
Action to Enforce Lien for Taxes.
Now at this day comes the plaintiff, P. W. Whit
worth, Collector of the Revenue of Iron County,
Missouri, and files his petition and affidavit, set
ting forth among other things, that the defendants
are non-residents of the State of Missouri and
cannot be summoned in this action by the ordina
ry process of law; it is, therefore, ordered by the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Iron County, Mo.,
in vacation, that publication be made, noti
fying said defendants that an action has been com
menced against them in the Circuit Court of said
county, the object and general nature of which is
to enforce the lien of the State of Missou
ri, on the following real estate, belonging to
the said defendants, for back taxes for the years
i838, IS89, 1890 and I89I to wif
The northeast quarter of the southwest
quarter, and t he northeast quarter and the
south half of the northwest quarter, and
the northwest quarter of tic northwest quar
ter, and the north half of the southeast
quarter, all in section 8, township 31 north,
of range 4 east, Iron county, Mo.
(An Itemized statement in the nature or a tax
bill, showing the amount of taxes now due on
said real estate, for the years aforesaid, amount
ing, in the aggregate, to the sum of $ 23 76
is filed with said petition as provided by law.) And
unless they be and appear at the next term of said
court, to be holden for said county of Iron, and
State of Missouri, at the courthouse in said countv.
on the fourth Monday in October next, (1S93) , and
on or before the third day thereof (if the term shall
so long continue; ana, if not, then before the end
of the term), and plead, answer or demur to said
plaintifTs petition, the same will be taken as
confessed, judgment rendered in accordance with
the prayer of said petition, and said real estate, or
so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said judgment interest and costs, be sold under a
special fieri facias to be issued thereon.
It is further ordered that a copy hereof be pub
lished according to law in the Ikon County Reg
ister, a weekly newspaper published in) aid
county of Iron, and State of Missouri.
JOS. HUFF, Clerk.
A true copy: ,
Attest, with seal, this 29th day of July,
Iseal.1 1893. JOS. HUFF,
Clerk Iron county circuit court.
Order of Publication.
In the Circuit Court of Iron County, Missou
ri, in vacation July 29th, 1S93:
The State of Missouri at the relation and to
the use of P. W. Vhltworth,CoIlector of the
Revenue of Iron county, Missouri,
against
W. T. Eichbaum, Wm. F. Eichbaum, Win.
Sigcrson and all unknown interested par
parties. Action to Enforce Lien for Taxes.
Now at this day comes the plaintiff, P. W. Whit
worth, collector of the revenue of Iron county,
Missouri, and files his petition and affidavit, set
ting forth among other things, that the defendants
are non-residents of the State of Missouri and
cannot be summoned in this action by the ordina
ry process of law; it is, therefore, ordered by the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Iron County, Mo.,
in vacation, that publication be made, noti
fying said defendants that an action has been com
menced against them in the Circuit Court of said
county, the object and general nature of which is
to enforce the Tien of the State of Missou
ri, on the following real estate, belonging to
the said defendants, for back taxes for the years
1888 , I869, I890, and 1891, to wit:
Southwest quarter ot the Northeast quar
ter of section 31; township 31 range 4 east,
Iron county, Mo.
(An itemized statement in the nature of a
tax bill showing the amount of taxes now due
on said real estate for the years afores aid
amounting in the aggregate to the sum of
f 8.15, is iiled with said petition as provided by
law. ) And unless they be and appear at the next
term of said court, to be holden for the county
of Iron, and State of Missouri, at the court
house in said countv on tbe fourth Monday in
October, next (1893), and on or before the
third day thereof (if the term shall so long
continue; and if not, then before the end of
the term), and plead, answer or demur to said
plaintiff's petition, the same will be taken as
confessed, judgment rendered in accordance
with the prayer of said petition, and said real
estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary
to satisfy said judgment, interest and costs,
be sold under a special fieri facias to be issued
thereon.
It is further ordered that a copy hereof he
published according to law in the Iron Cotjn'
tt Register, a weekly newspaper published
In said county of Iron, and State of Missouri.
A true copy: JOS. HUFF, Clerk.
Attest, with seal. this9th day of
(9EiL. July, 1S93.
JOS. HUFF, Cl k
Iron county circuit court.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION.
In the circuit court of Iron county, Missouri,
in vacation July 29th, 1893.
The State of Missouri, at the relation and to
the use of P. W. Whitworth, collector of
the revenue of Iron county, Missouri,
against
Edward Woodson and all unknown interest
ed parties.
Action to Enforce Lien for Taxes.
Now at this day comes the plaintiff, P. W. Vv"hit
worth, collector of the revenue of Iron couniy,
Missouri, and files his petition and affidavit, set
ting forth among other things, that the defendants
are non-residents of the State of Missouri and
cannot be summoned iu this action by the ordina-
8' process of law; it is, therefore, ordered by the
lerk of the Circuit Court of Iron County, Mo.,
in vacation, that publication be made, noti
fying said defendants that an action has been com
menced against them in the Circuit Court of said
county, the object and general nature of which is
to enforce the lien of the State of Missou
ri, on the following real estate, belonging to
tha said defendants, for back taxes for the years
1390 and i891,towit:
West half of lot 1 "of the northeast quarter
of section 4, and the northeast quarter of the
southeast quarter of section 5 all in town
ship 30 north, of range 4, east, in Iron
county, Missouri.
(An itemized statement tn the nature of a tax
bill, showing the amount of taxes now due on
said real estate, for the years aforesaid, amount
ing, in the aggregate, to the sum of $3.67,
is filed with said petition as provided by law.) And
unless they be and appear at the next term of said
court, to be holden for said county of Iron, and
State of Missouri, at the courthouse in said countv
on the fourth Monday inOctober next, (1893), and
on or before the third day thereof (if the term shall
so long continue; and, if not, then before the end
of the term), and plead, answer or demur to said
plaintiff's petition, the same will be taken as
confessed, judgment rendered in accordance with
the prayer of said petition, and said real estate, or
so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said judgment, interest and costs, be sold under a
special fieri facias to be issued thereon.
It Is further ordered that a copy hereof be pub
lished according to law in the Iron County Reg
ister, a weekly newspaper published in said
county of Iron, and State of Missouri.
JOS. HUFF, Clerk.
A true copy:
Attest, with seal, this 29th day of July,
seal. 1893. JOS. HUFF,
Clerk Iron County Circuit Court.
To) TfPTrfffTT
Wish to announce that their entire
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We do not believe in carrying over
goods from one year to another, and if
Low Prices will move them
All Summer Millinery Reduced.
All Summer Clothing Reduced.
All Straw Hats Reduced.
Reduction in all Departments.
T. S. LOPEZ & SONS

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