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Advertising Motive DON'T Power is to the STAND Business. STILL. Fhe Pad&ah Daily Sun. Reaches Your Advertisement the Careful Buyer .w IF IPS IN THE SUN. r i YOLUME 255 PADIJUAII, KENTUCKY, MON'UAY, .JULY 5, 11197. TEN CENTS A WEEK t TROUBLE BELOW. POLICE NEWS. I THE FOURTH. THREE STRAIGHTS. The Henrferous, big, visitors ood naturcd wns were rapped shut twirler out, for for whilu nine. the Rubber Hose. tallied four limes. Umpire IJurquiu (,uve excellent Almost u Clash at Winso Business Very Dull Everywhere A Hather Quiet Celcbi ation Puducali Mops Up Mother Earth 8ntinfction, mended for his nnd decisions. was liberally com Yesterday: Today. Toiluy. With Henderson. Summary of Saturday's game : . We handle only tfood ho,o'f recognized quality, M f VA&ttnAb mi po WfXKjCirkiHs MrCl5ind. NfVllli, 2U et. u 0 1 which we sell at thetfery lowest prices, ranging u . NOBODY IS CELEBRATING. ATTRACTIONS IN MANY PLACES. THIS MORNING'S GAME Munlon, ( ' 2 TROUBLE AMONG THE COLORED, WON Munikv". 11 irom 9c per fooVup. The best hose Nckdm. rl 0 Pe.ir;ib II in the Schlaiii,3b city for - Warner Robert lined an An Willi- d'o on a Colored .Man's Head AND THAT STARTED THE TROUBLE. ' Itcports reached the city odny from Wlngo that (or awhile yesterday a rncu war seemed iininlucut nt the little town below May Held. Friday night n colored man named Bradford stepped on the favorite corn of Warner Bobcrts, white. KoberU, crazed with anger and pain .demanded to know what he meant by Stepping on (his feet, to which tlia colored mau (replied, U n your old feet." No sooner than the words left bis lips, Hubert struck him two or more blows on tlio head with au nx handle, breaking the heavy hickory in twain Bradford Is in a dangerous condition, a it In said, nud yesterday when thu town marshal arretted Jack Dyer, colored, on the tram, there was great commotion among the colored people, and IhrenW were made to lynch UoberU, the man who wielded the ax handle. Gun and pistols were freelj displayed, however, nud the affuir Html ly simmered down nud peace prevailed. DEATH GOT THE POT. Alex Armstrong, Colored, Loses His Life Over a Niehle. SHOT BY HOWARD GARDNER. The 31 tinier Occurred Venterday Aliernoon at Pulton. Kv. GARDNER IS ONLY A BOY. Alex Armstrong, a colored section band, to?t his life over a nlcklo at Fulton yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock. Howard Gardner, a mere boy, in the murderer, and lives nt Fulton, while Armstrong's home was at Uniou City. Tenn. The two darkies, according to reports, were engaged in a crap game, when a dispute, nrosc over a nickle. Hot words ensued, nud (iurdner drew a pistol, firing three or fmir flints. Only one, however, took effect, and this produced dentil in a short time. Gardner escaped. Both were pretty tough customers, and Armstrong was well known here, where lie had worked several times. The killing created littlo excitement at Fulton. mtoKKN kniim: ulade Tells tlio Talc of an Atteinptud House llrcakiiig. The big house in 120U Jcffereon street, which 1ms been undergoing le-pairs, was bwieged I13 house breakers hut night, but they did not effect nn entrance. Judge Tully has charge of il, nnd n broken knife blade was fdind stick-inn in Iho window this morning, whero an attempt had been made to mir... U ooeu. All the loolii of the carpenters are inside, nnd it is supposed that tho would-be thieves were after these, as there wns nothing else to steal. THE PASSIJNIIERS .IU.MPEI). They linagmeil the Engine Was Cluing-to Hit 'Em. Sunday nfteruoou there wns an exciting occurrence about '-' :II0 o'clock at tho railroad crossing nud MndNon street. A switch engine was comiog along at a lively rate, and Motormnn Jones, of tho People's I'ne, who had a couple of carloads of people, did not sec it orthe llngiunn. The passengers n'l Jumped off the car in fright nnd confusion, but ii wns backed ( ff before any damage was done. KEl'UIH.IOANCONVH.Y.TO.N. One to He Held at Iddwlllo day to Nominate a Circuit iludgo. 'A delegation composed of Messis 1). L. Redding, Tom Patterson, and W. IL Graham, of Calloway county, passed through the city today en routo to Eddyvlllo to attend the Ue-publican judicial convention, tonom inato a circuit judge llreathltt, ms-cording to tho above named delegates, will secure tho nomination.. There were three other delegates a notnted. Messrs J. ai. loie, aiou Hodgo and J. B. English but th did not attend. r t i V"a-i National Holiday, Hut .fudgo Sunders Hold Court Just 7 the Same. NJlES GATHERED HERE AND THERE. Frank .Morris, of the city, was fined $2.1 mid costs in JiidgcSandcs' court this morning on n ehnrgo of carrying concealed n deadly weapon. Ho was arrested Saturday night. Weoige Wilson in the name of n coloied man arrested by Ollloer Sutherland for prowling and keeping around back -premises. Hiscnsewa continued. Mmbvl Hudson was lined $10 and Ada Miinn ?fl for a breach of the pence, and George Winfrey, for whipping the latter, was lined $30 nud costs A case ngniusl Henry l'routor for breach of the peace was eoutinued. t.nll Graham paid thu tumid dollar for drunkenness. Abe Giimc was docketed for a breach of lh. i eaee, but the case was defetred. A can- auuiusl Jim Wubb, for a breach of the peace, win continued. icailuoai) notes. A Nitrrow Km.iiic for a liter- melon A i owavdly Miscreant Wlio Uiiujit to llf IIiiiik. A colored man and Irs watermelon eame near being run Ler at the Union Depot yetenl i niun the iiojn train urrivul. I in- man stood tlieru like n ten pin wlieu the tram was backing in, nnd piild no to the shouts of warning around hint, " but clung heroically 1 1 his watermoJon, probably ongrossed with visious divine of the forthcoming feast. The train wits stopped within n few feet of him, and he was Jerked and not icrv ecutly off the truck Jb ulraiii inmi. Some miscreant llred twice tluoygh the passenger train fiom I'ulUin that arrived yesterday morning nt 8 o'clock. The shooting oecinred below Fulton, the night boforc, nnd it is fortunate that the scoundrel who llred the shots did no harm, other than to the coach window. C. II Petty, fireman on N'o. 191, jumped off the moling locomotive esterday iiftcitnon at Monroe Btreet, mil lost his watch, for which ho had just paid $8."). Ho probably dropped it out of Ida pocket when he jumped, but did not miss it until he reached home. Mr. George Wiirllcld and wife have gone to Nashville on a visit of several da). Conductor NVheeler and family passed through nl noon en route to Tenner to on ti visit. Conductor Sew- ell, who lias been in Georgia, nud whose run Conductor Wheeler had, has resumed wotk. The railroad shops presented a de serted appearance this morning, being closed down on account of its bring a national holdiday. Coui't at Massac. .liisltce Hartley Jield eQiirl ull day nt Massac Saturday. Ed Fondrnn was lined 150 and costs for pointing n shot mill n - .if Deputy Sheiiff Tube Rogers, who was driving a hog Irom the Held. Eher I'.well was lined 50 mid co'U for tlruwing a knife on and tliieatceiug to kill Sam Hickman. Ceorge Iliimphreys was flued fSIO for uiirmng 'I'oju 0cns, of 11 all a id comity. Eil Hoyd was Unci ?1 for refusing to woik the public rouds, HaitUou Hobbs nud Hud Dobsou, of the cay, uud liml McCtimii'ul, Frank Wimbe ly, Hud Crcs and Clint DIekcrbOii, coloinl, wctc lluril $'J0 and costs for The daring robbery reported In the Register" Fridny ni having at Iturkholdei's Mill, near Oaks, on the N., C. St. L., nnd In which a couple of colored meu were robbed of tho large mini of ('12, about a week ago nt Stiles, on the Illinois Central UNHALANU:i YOUNG iIAN Shot ll'iiisclf TIii'oiikIi 1 ho Hrad nt Princeton Milton Cnitwrlght, 1 5 years of age, nttctnpted suicide nt Prince'ou by shootiug himself through the head with n n2caliliio bulbdog The luill entered t1 0 right e.e and was taken out be'ow li's light ear, within ten minutes after thu shot w..s llred. Tin doctor'says Carfcwrhjht may recover, but blood poisoning I'kely to set 111. Young Cartwrigh recently return ed from Arknnsas, where his mind becaino unbalanced. Hu thctight he had committed souw crime und vn to be tri" und told bis brother nil I ststetB, with whom ho lives, was his day to die y An old negro woman who used to In long to tho boj's father saw him attciiinl suiciilu ami shu is now in a aelvory beilum eviidit on ns n result of Itucsuocii. ' ? 1 I t -.!( .J IV. I lie I'arkN arc Full of People Itucu.s Well Attended. TWO THEATERS TONIGHT. This is the day we celebrate, but wo didn't seem to celebrate much today. It lias been very quiet everywhere; hi fact many say it wrw the least enthusiastic and day they ever saw. Yet there was no dearth of attractions, as will be Been by u glance at the list below : 1IIK HACKS. This aftemoou at the West End Driving Park the regular July races, lnstiug two days, began. 1 he sta bles are well lllled with good steppers aid excellent sport is assured all who attend. A good crowd went out this nfteruoou. AT LAHKLI.K I'AIIK. Theio win n large crowd nt Ln llflle Park to participite in the entertainment there. In the forenoon there was a imlloon ascension, and other attractions, including dancing, sutllcicnt to hold the interests of the crowd. Tilt IIAI.L There were two games of baseball today with Henderson, for fans and rooters, nnd this attraction as usual, held Its own against counter attractions. OIIILIt VVAtB OK I.I.KIIIIATIMJ. Many people went over to the Inkus.or out to Cold Springs to enjoy a cool holiday away from the noisy city, and the result wns, the Sin is tonstramed to believe from reading the above, that the city was almost depopulated there were few left to remind one of the holiday. Nearly all the stores were closed, inc banks and government buildings wen- iinh ns an oyster, and all together conspired to render it n very quiet fouith, doroid even of the usual number ofjic.llv accidents. AT UAMON'A. The A. O U. W. picnic at Kainona Par was a delightful affair, and tue crowd that ntteuded was very large. Til t:Tt. its TOMOIIT. This evening there will be good performances at both theaters, nud they can be recommended to all. ovr.s'. CAVK. SeTornl hundred pooplu went up to (Jwen's Cave yesterday to attend the celebration and all reported an enjoyable time. KILLING IN CRITTENDEN. lliomus Lindsay Slit by Cliiw. Murjdiy. There is considerable cacitemont in C ittenden county over another murder. Thomas Lindsay and Charles Murphy, fnnncra, living on the same farm about eight miles from Marlon, became engaged in a dlllicully while feeding their stock ami Murphy shot l.indsav with n sholeun.nnd Lindsay died within an hour. The trouble arose over some hay. Murphy surrendered to the author ities and is uow ln jail. THE MISSING QUICG. Ho Has Ne or Cal'ed for His llAt, Pitcher Qulgg, the little twuler who camo Padiicah not long since and pitched a few innings for Pnducali thotLiy Stallman got so wild, left his baggage at King's hotel ou Noitli Sixth street. Ho thero all night, but. poiij his bill, nnd acco.dinii to Mr. King had a big roU of 11 oney. He left, siiylng ha was going to pitch a ganio for Padueau, and never did show up and get his property, which is still there, und none of tho local uaoolmll hid 11 kn iw wlieiu he went from here. MARK1AGES ANNOUNCED. M J,. It. OglUleiuitl MNs Motile W. II. Hohh unit .Miss LIla.McNett. The marriage of .Mr. L B Ogilvie, tlic well Known dry goods merchant, to Miss Belilc Woolfolk, of 721 Broadway, i annniincwl to take plnie on July 12, at the homo of tho bi'.tle. Both nie among Par'wiah'H most aristocratic people, and have ninny friends to wish them the great- lol 01 iiapimit.". Miss Ella McNeil, of the city, nud Mr. William Henry llohb, of De-Laud. 1' la. . will be united in mar- rln',50 ou .Inly 21, nt Grnco Episcopal church, nt 8 p. 111. Tliu bildo Is one of Puducatrs most attrucllvo and ai'complishcd young ladies, and is an ns well. The courtship to 1 .1.- ..1. .. .!..!.. I...... 1...., end on mu iiujib tunc just, winter while the bride-to-lm was visiting In Florida, Paducah, Ky., July 5, 'U7. , We, the uuderolgned, agree to close our reipiMive places of business tomorrow (Tuesday, July 0,) from S to d Ojcloek p 111, llv Sos, Tiiomp.'ON, the Tailor, V.i.i.i:itTr.pj Bitos., Ed Waub & Co., 1 Hi;NUY UAlLtY. And Will In All Probability Win That of Till Afternoon. BASEBALL NEWS UP TO DATE. 1'UKSKNT STANDING OK CI.UJIS. Clubs I'Uyrd Won Lost Per Cent. Kransvllle R7 JS 'il .All ... . til M '17 JV13 WxthUmum w as .NO 'lVrro W 27 .in Paducab. .. M W .11) 4HI Cairo M 23 Si TODAT'S (1AMK3. Tliis morning's game between nnd Henderson, the third of the series, resulted in a victory for the Indians, the score being 6 to 1 in favor of 1'nducnh. It was n pretty gnme, played to a small crowd. Pears and Petty in the box for the respective sides, pitched pretty good games, seven hits being made off Petty and eight off Pears. Only four errors were made, two on each side. Schlcmm landed n ball over left Held fence, nnd mndc n circuit of the bases. Noonan played first this forenoon, McClelland right field and Clifford conter Held, SLMMAItr, today's fmiknoon oajik. lUducjh 1111 PO CIllTurd. cf u 4 WcMxIbiclc. us 1 3 Nvllle. Jb. 1 Uktilun, c. . 0 0 Murray, II. ... I 1 N'cKinan, lb .. , r II MrrielUnd. rl. o (I Scblrmin, 3b... 0 Prara, . .... "Tuials.l... llfudfnton lilt It) C'.rimo, Ft.. . . 0 ' in.iur. .in Lynch, 20 Mclt.c i Poland, lb . 10 oeden, II I atch. rl 0 McCoy, rl.. . . .. U 1 pfttr.i' 0 I Totals. I 27 it ;a IJinifd runs Paducab 2. Tn baso bll Veatcb, McCoy. llojte run Scblrilliii. llaM utolfii WnKllk, Neville. Mruck out lly I'nty 2. Ilt od 2, Ileuderxou n, TltMrt nt tame, 1 V. I'mplio lluniuln. StrXllAT'.t ltAMI'.S. . . There was a tremendous crowd out yesterday nfteruoou to witness the second game with Henderson, despite the sweltering heat. Clifford, the elegant little backstop who had a finger badly hurt soon after signing with Paducah, and went to St. Lou's, but was never re leased, was telegraphed Saturday to report at once, and arrived yester day morning. He ulayod center field. Henderson scored three tiraos In the first inning. Paducah did not score until the second, when two cossed the plate. lu tho fifth one ruu was made, and the score was even. Henderson scored three times in tho seventh on Pnducah's errors, and things began to look pretty blue for the home hoy, until Stanton, the universally popular catcher, drove a ball against deep ceutir field fence uud got ns far as third. Murray brought him in, and in a few seconds the coie was lied again, Jn the eighth Paducah scored agoiu, placing her one in tho lend. Henderson went out in ono, two three order, ami the gime wns won by Paducah. Score 7 to C. Henderson kicked against the umpire, and there came near being a scrap twice over his decisions, one with Henderson's left fielder and once with tho third baseman, alias "monkey trainer," Constable Schroeder was present and arrested all tho players for playing on Sunday. Summary of Sunday's game. Paducah- It WI PO niffonl.cf 0 0 1 I 0 NVv.llc.ju .. I Munton, ii Mtirru), If a Nnou iu, r.l u IVatu, lb , 10 mm, 3b . 1 4 IMwIliiH, 0 ii Tptiij. 7 7 il 11 0 IU .. it nil I'D Crinin, S3 1 IllakPl)'.Jb .... 1 Lynch, Sb 1 IMI, c 1 li.5hlld.lt; .... nt 0,'nril,lf. SMS V.'lUlll, cf .k-("(iv. rf (lUMltld. p T0I.1U VI W i Score by Innings. Inulutf IS3456TSU liudiiculi I) 2 (I () 1 0 0 3 1 llndtTJon , , I) i 11 0 ') :i ' r.amwl rim Pulurih, S llniltrson, 3 Tlirm be lilt Stiiiiton. .S'oonau. Molr ii ban Sehlrinni 3 ou balls P.idurnb 4,Hriidriionl S. lilt by riltcbisl bill CIIBoril. mrUUtt .Ufc .13 .."I", I'i Vi, i' n I'n.wl bslln .. Left mi paiHlC.ill," HetiilvrMiD, TIIW" -3 WJ. Umi'lru lluriiilD, Cairo, 7; Wiishington, I. Terrc Haute, 11; Evansville, Paducah, 7j Henderson 0. THE BIG LEAGUE. Louisville, C ; St. Louis, 3. Cincinnati, 5; Baltimore, 1. Chicago, 1Q ; Washington, 7. hatluday's oam 11. Sudboff pitched one of the best games over plncd on a local diamond Saturday. The Hop Gold boys tho crazy quilt the rooters dubbed them hpenuso of the variety of tl fir umi i-iii. coiildu t 1 get next to his cuius, and mmlcoiijy 'three hits off him, while Pcttjj&fjic Slldb.nJ p. k 1ll K II II IICIV" MI1U nit 10 (irirair .... o I llllt.3l ,. 0 l.ucb .'b . . o u . Hell, s .. . . o i lloUat.lb .. . u 0 II (V.ltff ir .0 II VfHWVcf . 0 0 II AI0,.rf 0 0 3 Petty '.. II 0 0 1. 1 tola UJ S !. KaNeil TMaM bits- Tlllt.i time Mia- Mudnfl llmfi iia btllii Padurab. Sitfftk out lly Mi.lbi)3. i nvl'Mtv s. r.nn baw Pailuoih V, lIBdnwn. A, Oof bin plars XevlllB in Par",.riniii, Lynch to lldand; Poland to lllukey, ll!of Cnylre Uiinjuln. T Ol'ilER GAMES. " i'Knthal leaiiuk. Tprre Haute, 1 ; Evansvillo, 10. 'Miro, 2 ; Washington, 3. . I THE RIG LEAGUE. ijouisvillc C, Cincinnati 11'. Chicago 2, Pittsburg . (jlcvelaud 8, St. Louis 4. N'cw York, 2; JJoston, tl. I'hiladelplnu, 2; Brooklyn, 6. Jftiiladelpliia, 7 ; Brooklyn, fi ; sec- omi game. v HOW TIUIV STAND. t,tub ' Plated Won lst Per Cnt IljrtMi m it 11 .no 57 tW 1(1 .i'fl M an 1 .m; 3d tt .I'n t7 si 2S jtu M tt Jilt. w it at .i-.' m 27 :u m K St 31 km M 11 .m av ss M .J.i S II ! Ila'Umorn ... ClMl'uutl.... NVit York.... CI' 'land .. I'l IfcUllW .... I'.'iiadeli.lila lirl )ltlyn. ry.tlivllle.... W.'.hlniiou.. Uhwap) StlUitils . . CIIK1H'I.K I'Olt TODAY. fit. Louis at at Louisville. ! Washington 11 1 Chicago. Baltimore at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at New York. Boston at Philndelphla. Cleveland at Pittsburg. SCIIKDULK KOlt TODAY. Jllciulersoii at Paducah. Washington at Cairo. .Evnnsville nt Tcrre Haute MlVars and Stnntnn will be the win i'otty or4 Williams and Belt for Henderson. Olhe Gforer, of Shelbyville, Intl., arrived at noon to play center field for Paducah, aud will probably be iu tills afternoon's game. The great crowd will be out tomorrow to iee thu great game with Louisville league club. Dow ling will pilch for Paducah. "Hans Blues" and the "Eclipses," local amateur nines, played a prime yesterday afternoon, resulting iu a score of 18 to 0 in favor of the latter. There wns considerable objection on the pat t of the Henderson to allowing Btirquin to umpire, today's games, audyceiday lie was warned by the manager to ;esign. Tli'y claim he was ngaiust them in his decisions, nnd it was generally believod that somebody else would umpire today, but he declined to resign, and umpired the game. Umpire Berqiiin, nt yesterday's game, made u mistake in what he said to Ogdcn, Henderson's left fielder. Ogden made some remark which the umpiro didn't like nnd leaving the diamond he said "I'l" punch your face," and all that prevented a light was the intervention f the captain of the Hendersons. The umpire has a right to putn play, er out of the gnme or line him, hut no right to light him. t NEWSl'APKR COMMENT. Seldom, even iu perioth of tin grealcst business activity, have the loans of the New York City bank" scored ns largo a gain as tti2 o.ie reported just closed Tli'y made nn inc.ease of 1 1,000.000. Kor 1 weeks i.nst their loans have be inrrensini;. but the expansion iui made wns the laruet knowu iu an six days iu a long tipc, Cl( omnse tuts tnoictised ln'iiut fur mnney is 11 business pointer of the highest value !t means that fuuiiJ.i. 1.... leme is Leinjj restored, und tl.at, unless by labor dhlurbHiiecj, the activity in thoeoinioir fall nnd winter will be thnn an) experienced by the count")' iu tho past five years St. Louis The citieus of Xnclivillo, Tenn,. could well afford to pay the llliuoi Central Ituilroad Cmnpnny 11 vci large sum of money to build a road into thai oily, but the 1. C. wi'l not nsk any subscription of them If it ilccmsit ndv'sablo to build n line to that ci'V. Tho I. C. would bo worth a good many hundreds of lliousnndi ofdol'n s to Nnslivi'U) each year, and it is not at all improbable that it will, be limiting trains into Hint c y within j Iho next two yn j, rsieolall) if It, paiciiastM too Uh'o Val'ey oad 1 e.t week, as It Is tl".iglit It w.iiceiiaiiiiy do. Hopkiusillle New Era. COUNCIL MEETING 1 lUld 'I Ids Afternoon ut tho City Hull. Too council met In called ses on this afteruoon at 2 o'clock nud to meet tomoriow night ilie rcgu a i- ineeuug uigiti uemj; 1 i- poned on account of -d being a legal uoltuay Do you can GEORGE Hardware and Stove ; 109-1 17iN. SsSeCT'GSr Our Are A 11 ri ii ?P fc ''Wa.J i.iflHuWn mm Geo. 6eQ!izBaX2P KW""" 'SSVIVSySBEKFJOBtCSOCSSX See Window Display. CRASH SUITS. CRASH Plain, Pin Chocolate Color, OUR PRICE They say such things, and They do" such things At Weillc's. If you want suits for $4.50 For which others ask you $6 Go to Weille's yes, Weillc's. rc3SSrsvT&:irTS5C!2ffiiM9r t tt, I 12c Shpes likeiitty women: S , I - S i5rap to ad mir e them'. j The reen, Ux plood . andL, ace arc beauties, ccs ompany, 303-807 Broadway x ancTLhocblate ihvOxfords v and the feeautv is. is buying: them. Have call in sand get a pair. 32J Broadway. I xg2Fauar5ac See Window Display are so low everybody ,you tried a pair? If not, Rock & Son, SUITS , Checks, Plaids, Stripes, Etc. Blue or Tan, Regular $6.00 S SINGLE BREASTED DOUBLE BREASTED LONGS AND SLIMS SEORTS AND STOUTS Quality. r 4.50per 8. WEILLE h SON, 409-411 BROADWAY, Leaders of Low Prices. This Heel - will sell 28 pairs Men's Special-Sale Week Only, Missesand Children's Ox BIood; Spring Strap Sandals, all sizes, edit - - We Tan and and i Slioos bought 0! us shined frte. 'mwszcsxiz&zzmaatmixasxaxsu ? Yoir Need cts. 1 Regular PricerJ $J.00g& $1.25. $50 CaU window Cochran, 331 Broadway. Shoes lor $1.50. see them in our show get yoiu'l pair. Cochran & a Nice Suit When you call urT ynir.beU g.H, aid of course you want a suit 10 PBIi'h to compare witn tue times. IJyw woul.Ur( English Serge, Clay Twill, C'ay Worsted, or one of those imported Scotch Novelties suit, von ? Wyimvo then at nil prices iu summer weights. If you want to tippoar well call at) VJ , Suits made to Order, $14 00 ana up. Pants Uiade tO Ol d A,. . $tt.76 a id up. 7 need a Lawn Mower?") We sell y,ou one for'$2. O.ART & SON INCORPORATED. 6 DALTUN'S E.S1 33Q ABLISHMENJ icadway.