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THE RICHMOND PAIXAJHU21 AND SUN-T LEGKAM, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1909, News of Surrounding Towns HAGERSTOWN, IND. Hagerstown, Ind., Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Bowman and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bowman at Anderson. , ; Mrs. Eliza Abbott of Richmond, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Walter Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Cheesman of Cambridge City, visited with his mother, Mts. Elizabeth Cheesman, Sunday. Jeff Pressell has purchased a $050 Ford automobile of Morrison's hard ware Co., at Cambridge City. The machine was delivered by Chas. Smith Monday. Frank Lllley of New Castle has been visiting his daughter, Mrs.' Clifford Pouts. Joe Cramer, southwest of town, 13 ' suffering with a severe case of indiges tion. The Progressive club will hold !t3 first meeting for the club year on Wed nesday afternoon with the president, Mrs. Carlos Burton. Miss Gladys Yoke was entertained Sunday at the home of Miss Ethel Howard, near Sugar Grove. Ed Porter made a business trip to Indianapolis Tuesday. Misses Faye and Fern Moore enter tained at a dinner Sunday jtt their home east of town, the Misses Flora Turner, Jessie Segrist, Edith Sherry, Hazel Yoks, Mae Nicholson and Cora Oler. Mr .and Mrs. Henry Sells of Fair mount, Ind., are visiting his brother, David Sells, and wife at Olive Branch. Mrs. Allen Fouts and Miss Cora Fouts are visiting friends at Richmond for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Will Daugherty of Muncie have been visiting their daugh ter, Mrs. Sam McCullough and family, east of town. Mr. and Mrs. George Fouts, enter tained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Love, Mr. and Mrs. Merrit Nich olson. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Yoke and three sons. The history club will hold its first meeting with the President, Mrs. Sara Bell on North Perry street, next Mon day afternoon. The new township school house 2 miles east of town, will be completed this week. School will open Monday, October 4th with teachers Perry Hoo ver and Edith Weber in charge. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IMP. Cambridge City, Ind., Sept. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Williams and Mrs. George Vestal of Indianapolis, are the guests at Matt Williams's, and family In East Cambridge. A number of the members of the lo cal Masonic lodge, attended the funer al of W. A. Bragg, of Milton, Tuesday afternoon. Miss Gladys Showalter of Honey Creek, is spending the week with her cousin, Mrs. Will Ogborn. Miss Charlotte Dinwiddle has greatly improved the appearance of her prop erty on North Front street, by paint ing her residence. Mrs. Barbara Barefoot and her sister, Mrs. Martha , Barefoot, of Columbia. Tenn., and Mrs. J. C. Dodson will snend tomorrow with Mr. and Mr3. John Markley, of Richmond. The tomato crop in this section of the country is very light. The Whit ley Canning . company report forty thousand cans. packed thus far, which is not more than half a crop. If there are no heavy frosts before the middle of October they estimate that about two-thirds of the average crop will be canned. Last Saturday afternoon fifteen boys, members of the Sunday school class of which Rev. J. E. Coffin has charge, met at the parsonage and perfected an organization by electing the following officers: President, John Bally; vice president, Fred Wright; secretary, Ray Ellis; and treasurer Charles Dlffender fer. In spite of the apparent shortage of gas, yesterday morning, patrons are assured that there will be a sufficient supply for local consumption this win ter. John Tormahlen of Terre Haute, was a Cambridge City visitor, Monday. Miss Anna Toomey of Wyoming, Ohio, came Monday for a visit in her old home, the Caldwell House. County Cleric H. E. Penny, of Rich mond, greeted friends , in this place yesterday. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilkerson of St. George, Ga., is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Mary Munte. E. Van Horn of Cincinnati, arrived yesterday and will conduct the open ing at Hall's Department Store. John Doud and family of North Ver non, have moved into the Dillon prop erty on Church street. Mrs. Lester Smith has returned to her home in New Castle, after several days' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R Feemster. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Shipman havs returned after a visit with their daugh ters in Toledo, Ohio. Ed Fisher, of Cincinnati, was a vis itor in this place yesterday. The Helen Hunt club met with Mrs A. F. Sutton, Monday afternoon. A report from the park committee was read, showing that one hundred and thirty-seven trees had been planted. It Is the desire of the committee to plant a tree from each variety indigi nous to the United States. Miss Lil- He Conklln gave a comprehensive sketch of "Mohammed, and the Moors, bringing out much of interest in regard to the Mohammedan religion, science and art, and the influence on- present day civilization. Miss Ethel Macy read an interesting paper on "Moham medism Against Christianity," showing much of the superstitions and customs of these people, as well as the religiou3 influence on the politics and govern ment. The next meeting will be with Miss Conklln, October eleventh. V. W. Phillips of Detroit, visited this place Monday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Litell at the home of Dr. J. R. Litell, Tuesday, a son. EATON. OHIO. f . Eaton, O., Sept. 29. Mrs. J. W. Ho- rine has been ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McWhinney, near Campbellstown, for the past couple of days and her condition was such as would prevent her removal to her home in Eaton. Mrs. Horine was stricken with an attack of acute indi gestion at the McWhinney home, Sun day. However, she is improving. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Murray expect to leave Eaton about October 12th for Los Angeles, Cal., to remain indefi nitely. Misses Ella Thomas and Eliz abeth Bender leave a few days later for a stay in that city. Mrs. Eleanor Leadbetter of Colum bus, a librarian of experience, has been in Eaton the past few days class- Does Beating Make Men Better ? Does torture and persecution bring men around ? Does cruelty "reform" a criminal ? Prison records say ""emphatically no! Then why the sanded paddle, the water-cure, the beating post? V Not for discipline not for misbehavior but for greed and rraft. Some prisons make their prisoners worst criminals, in stead of reforming them. Charles Edward Russell shows why and where these crimes on criminals are practised in HAMPTON OCTOBER-On Sale Now Among twenty other features, any one of them enough to make you say that this is the "Best Magazine in America are: "The Sugar IWwr is at last revealed in its true light. ' Its innermost secrets are for the first time uncovered. An article of greatest national importance. "Water Power and the Pork Barrel. 00 Another im portant article by John L. Mathews that explains just what you've been wanting to know about the Pinchot-Ballinger controversey over water-power sites, etc. "Dc I7tess3 Ozt a Sqsare Deal?" Rheta Childe Dorr outlines the shameful inequality of the law in its relation to women. Does your State allow mothers to own their children? ' Splendid fiction by George Fitch, Rex Beach, H. M. Lyon, Morley Roberts, W. C. Esterbrook, etc, etc. Day it today any live newsdealer 15 cents Knr Yak lfying the books to the public library. Miss Emma Nelson is temporarily act ins .as librarian, no appointment hav- ! ins yet been made by the board to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mrs. Lida Griswold. It Is quite proba ble that Miss Nelson will be the suc cessful applicant. D. W. Callahan of West Alexandria, was an Eaton business visitor Monday afternoon. - Leroy R. Keiger of New Lexington, was in Eaton, Monday. Attorney Frank G. Shuey was here from Camden, Monday. "Frivolous Bonnie" is the title of the attraction scheduled; to appear Satur day night at the Eaton opera house. Walter Roberts, a well known farm er, living near West Elkton, is in a serious condition, the result of a fall from a farm wagon. It is presumed that Roberts fell from his wagon and injured his spine. Miss Ada Boatman, of Seven Mile, has been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Irvin the past several days. A special meeting of the city council will be held next Monday night in the council chamber for the purpose of re ceiving bids from the various banks in Preble county for the use of money in the corporation treasury during the coming year. Mrs. G. L. Swain. and Miss Des sieWeek spent Sunday in Kokomo. Ind. with the former's daughter, Mrs. O. E. Robinson and: family. Thomas Bow en, a faithful employe of the local postal service for the past nine years, has resigned the work of conveying mail matter to and from the local postoffice to the Panhandle depot because of an inconvenience oc casioned by the change in time of a mail train. Mail that formerly left the Eaton office at 6:30 p. m. has been de layed until 9 : 00 p. m. Tommy says the salary he received did not Justify his working so many hours. His suc cessor has not as yet been selected. Isaac Lanning of Richmond, was an Eaton visitor Sunday. Mrs. Martha E. Reedy, wife of Cor nelius Reedy, is seriously ill at her home on West High street. Mrs. Earl Brawley was buried at New Madison. Saturday afternoon. Mr. Albert Fudge and daughter, Marie spent Sunday in West Manches ter. V - Mr. Wesley Prather, Miss Eva Mil ler and Winnie White were enter tained by Harold Mitchell at Indianap olis, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Murray of Richmond, were guests of Mr. Henry Murray and family, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Pence and Mr. and Mrs. Ora Sherer were entertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Harshman. AN HONEST MAN SAVED BY A PHILANTHROPIST. Mr. T. A: Morgan, of Hammond, Ind. had suffered for years with his stom ach and kidneys, and while the great Root Juice scientist was proving the merits of the Root Juice remedy to the people of northern Indiana, Mr. Mor gan purchased six bottles of the Juice and while it was being wrapped up, be said: "If Root Juice cures me I will make the scientist a present of one hundred dollars." A short while ago Mr. Morgan called on '.he scientist and said that he could 'eat anything with out the slightest inconvenience and that his kidney trouble was entirely cured. Ho wanted the scientist to take the one hundred dollars, but it was re fused. However, it was agreed to give the money to an orphan asylum. So Root Juice is not only curing the sick, but in this instance will be the indi rect means of caring for some dead mother's child. Root Juice has proved Its wonderful merits to many people of this point. From the very start it seems to soothe and heal the linings of the stomach and bowels and strength en the liver and kidneys, thereby giv ing nature a chance to, in her own way, throw off the impurities of the biood. It is a wonderful medicine, sold for $1.00 a bottle or three for $2.50, at A. G. Luken & Co.'s drug store. NEW PARIS, OHIO. New Paris, O., Sept 29 Mr. and Mrs. Mart Mills and son of Texas are here visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook had for their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Al fred Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Garwood Iredell, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark, Ellis Iredell, Mae Iredell and Ray Rlchey. Mr. and Mrs. Will Conway of Mid- dletown, spent Sunday with Mr. Frank Miller and family. Ed Short and family spent Sunday with Charles Short. Mrs. Clara Wiggle of Richmond, spent Monday with Mrs. A. T. Barber. Mrs. Nancy Kins spent Sunday with John Sawyer and wife. Mr. James Baker is very sick. Mr. Ben Richards is working for the undertaker, John Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mungavin and daughter, Celia, were guests of James Mungavin of Richmond. Mr. John Findlay of New Castle, spent the latter part of the week with T. J. Canny and family. Mrs. Alexander and daughter Hat- tie entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Coblentz, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Kessler and Mrs. Alex ander and son of Bethel, Ind. Mr. George Richards and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Newbern spent Sunday with Jeff Jones and family. Miss Ruth Miller left Monday morn ing for Cincinnati where she will at tend art school. A recital of old songs, by chorus of forty voices led by C. M. Beneon will be given at the Christian church, Oct. 9 th. Mrs. Caroline Taylor left Monday to visit Mrs. Eli Cohee at Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Melody visited Wm. Sawyer and family. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Jones and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hill were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ashinger of New Hope. Miss Mary Neanen was the guest of Richmond friends Saturday and Sunday. ..: Mr. Albert Wadtck of Greensfork is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Neanen. Mrs. Burman left the latter part of the week to her son's home at Mem phis, Tenn. Miss Ethel Murray left Saturday evening for Dayton where she will vis it her sister Mrs. Dr. Swisher for a few days."-- .k -:: .. ".. ." Mr. Walter Benner of Washington. D. C. is home on a vacation. Mr. and Mrs. B. I McKee, Mrs. Su san McKee and daughter Roxle were guests of A C Marshall and family Sunday. Mrs. Mary Davis was the Sunday MILTON. IND. Milton, Ind., Sept. 29. Mrs. Henry Schlegel is visiting at Metamora. Mrs. Wlllard Wlssler and Mrs. James Shank have gon. to Spiceland. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lantz returned yesterday from Centerville and went to Connersviile. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dorgon spent yesterday at their Eon's Will Dorgon. east of town. Chas. Callaway received an old hymnbook from Mrs. Mary Cooper Pickering, of Little York, 111. The book is fifty-two years old and is titl ed "Hymns and Spiritual Songs." Mrs. Fitch of Dublin was the guest of Mrs. G. W. Callaway, Monday af ternoon. Will Callaway of Indianapolis spent yesterday with his mother and attend ed the funeral of his relative, W. A. Bragg. J. W. Brum field states that he. is feeling better. Ralph Moore and Harold Fllby wheeled to the country Sunday and spent the afternoon with James Mur phy. Mrs. Henry Phillpott . and Mr. and Mrs. James Phillpott of near Benton ville, spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Phillpott. Prof. C. W. Jordon of Richmond, was at dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Miller today. Prof. Jordon and Trustee Miller visited the township schools today. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Marsh, of Cam bridge City, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Willis Owens. The Milton Riverside flour mills are rushed with orders. They are now running at night. Mr. Brumfield, the proprietor states that they took in 900 bushels of wheat, yesterday. He has also made some improvement in the machinery in the way of new grinding plates. Charles Hofmann was at Falmouth, yesterday to figure on some upholster ing work. The Rev. C. H. Pinnick has been returned to Milton M. E. charge by the late Indiana conference. The Rev. Virgil Tevis comes as the superinten dent of the Connersviile district. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kerlin are mov ing into their new house. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland were at din ner with Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Byrant, Sunday. The entertainment to be given at Odd Fellows hall Saturday night un der the auspices of the Dahlia Carni val, given by the ladies of the Chris tian church, is entitled "The Three Hats." It is a laughable farce com edy under direction of the Manlove Comedy company. It is in three acts titled Morning, Afternoon, Evening. The place is Selyn's home. The fol lowing constitutes the cast of char acters: Sam Selyn H. R. Manlove. Fred Billamy Ed Manlove. Capt. Catskill Paul Ferris. Roscoe Blithers Harry Borders. Dibbs Ivan Parkins. Mrs. Selyn Maude Manlove. Grace Blanche Moore. Lottie Blithers Lois McClung. Tlllie Ollie Castetter. The Merry-Go-Round club will meet next week with Mrs. L. H. Warren. Mrs. Tillie Kinder and Mrs. Charles Smith, of Connersviile spent Sunday evening with Mr. Gingrich and daughters. Mrs. Sarah Ohmit is spending a few days with her children at Cambridge City. Fred Jones of Muncie, spent yester day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jones and attended the funeral of William A. Bragg. Word has been received that Frank Clouds of Indianapolis is in a very serious condition and has been taken to the hospital. , The Rev. A. R. Jones former pastor of Milton M. E. charge has been re turned to Flatrock charge by the late Indiana M. E. conference. The funeral of the late William A. Bragg was attended by a very large concourse of people, and who were drawn from Indianapolis, Greenfield, Muncie, Pendleton, Richmond, Con nersviile with those of the neighbor ing towns and vicinity. The Rev. F. A. Scott pastor of the Christian church opened the services by read ing as a scripture lesson . the 21st chapter of the Revelation after which he offered prayer. Special numbers in music were a quartet by Harry Doty, Dr. Gentle, J. A. Brown and Al bert Newman and a solo by J. A. Brown. The Rev. F. A. Scott made a few remarks after which Milton Ma sonic lodge took charge, Harry Penny conducting the ritualistic ceremonies in a very beautiful and Impressive manner. The procession then formed and wound its way to Westside ceme tery escorted by the Cambridge City band and Masons. At the cemetery the ceremonies were concluded. The pall bearers were ten in number and composed of Messrs. Will Callaway, of Indianapolis. Charles Callaway, Frank Callaway, W. H. Brown, J. A. Brown, Charles Loeb of Cambridge City, W. E. Williams, Dr. Harris of Cambridge City, Frank Benninger and Wilbur ElwelL Word has been received here by relatives, of the death of Washington Marlatt, of Manhattan, Kansas. The deceased Is a brother of the Rev. A. Marlatt of Connersviile and was born and reared here. .His death took place Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bragg, Messrs. Ernest and Will Johnson, Clyde Titos of Indianapolis, Mrs. Mary Hlxer also of that city, Mrs. Lawrence Commons, Joe Commons, of Centerville, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Commons, Charles Com- Celebrate with Sai Firai&oo) Enjoy the beautiful pageants and display of the Portola Festival to be held in San Francisco, October 19 to 23, to commemorate the discovery of San Francisco Bay, by Gaspar de Portola and his party in 1769, and the rebuilding of San Francisco. Go on The Overland Limmfitedl running over the line of the Union Pacific -Southern Pacific "The Safe Road to Travel" Equipment and comfort unsurpassed electric block signal protection dining car meals and service "Best in the World." Get our "Portola Folder. For information as to rates, routes, etc., call on or address 17. H. CONNOR, G. A 33 East Fourth Street. C1IICUU1ATI, O. Mrs. Tipton Shank of Irvington, Miss Ora Bragg of Greenfield were among those attending the funeral of the late William Bragg. r Mr. and Mrs. John L. Jones and family of Richmond, attended the fu neral of Mrs. Jones's brother, the late William Bragg, yesterday. Lee Reynolds of Hagerstown was in attendance at the funeral of William Bragg. Willis Owens was at Hagerstown on a business trip yesterday. The Rev. J. T. Scull former pastor of the Milton M. E. charge has re tired from the itinerancy of the Indi ana M. E. conference. W. A. Flanagan the milton auction eer was at Falmouth Monday. Jesse Warren shot and killed a gray squirrel. When he shot it the squirrel was holding a double hickory nut in its month. It fell with its teeth clinch ed tightly in the nuts. After the squir rel bad been dressed the head was sent to Miss Nellie Ward who took the picture. The nuts are still clinch ed and are about the size of walnuts. Mrs. W. A. Flanagan has returned from her father's near Alexandria. Messrs. O. H. Bee son, W. H. Miller, George Turner and C. W. Davis re turned Monday evening from Fairfield with a fine lot of fish. All business houses were closed yesterday afternoon in respect to the memory of William A. Bragg. guest of Mrs. James Kuth. Simons, of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Hor- n.iov aoBUp- mdk oc Jar. Ant crtsmond of Loeanaport. Mr. Diana Edwards. Miss Edith Lamb. Mrs. Martha Good. Mrs. Hannah Kim ball, Mrs. Alice Edwards. Miss Mary Edwards, Miss Clarice Lamb. Two com fort 8 were knotted. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Weyl entertained at dinner Sundav Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lee and children from Modoc. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Morrison and daughter Ruby of Economy, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison of Carlos City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb and children ate dinner Sunday with Mrs. Amanda Lamb and Miss Ida Lamb. The Epworth League lecture course will begin in the M. E. church at Economy, October 25th. Subject: "Watching the World go Round." by Rev. E. P. Brown, D. D., editor of "The Ram 8 Horn. Second number by Rev. Charles Roand D. D., of the First M. E. church Marion,. Nov.' 12. Third number by home talent literary and musical entertainment. Fourth number, "What is a Man? by Rev. N. P. Barton D. D., January 22. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oler enter tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oler and children of Williams burg. Mr. and Mrs. Osear Bd wards and children. Mr. Howard Ballenger and Miss Bessie Taylor spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Oler of Greensfork. Miss Taylor will attend Earlham col lege this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Smith of Carlos City ate dinner Sunday with the Stan ley's. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie B. Stanley are now visiting their sons Carl and Earl Stanley of Indianapolis. Sues as well as Port Tewflk Is now lighted throughout by electricity. About four thousand lamps are In use In dwelling houses and public buildings and 230 In the lighting of the public roads. The wires are partly aerial and partly underground. - WE HAVE FOR SALE INVESTMENT PROPERTY Good for 10 net income. WM. H. BRADBURY A SON. 13 Westcott Block. ECONOMY. IND . Economy, Ind., Sept. 29. Willie Northcutt, who lives west of town is a "tater" raiser of the biggest kind. He dug 12 bushels off a small plot of ground that are very large and two made the following measure and weight: 12 inches long: 12 to 14 in ches in circumference and tiped the beam at 5 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. L'nk Morrison and daughter Ruby, were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrison of Morgan's Chapel. Dr. McKinnon has returned to Lo santsville after a day spent here. "The Social WMte Cape League" made a raid Saturday night on Trus tee Charles Harris. Mr. Harris said Sunday morning ;.hat he froze the mob out and nearly all were tired out eating ice cream and cake. Those that enjoyed the "rush" were Mr. and Mrs. Job Swain, Mr. and Mrs. Art Denney, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Will Conoroe. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lamb and children, Thomas Mumbow er, Mrs. Cora Tfethrly and child, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Scbellybarger and daughter, Mr. and Mrs M. C. Lamb, Mr. and Mrs. Bus Weyl, Mr. and Mrs. James Jackson and daughter Ruth, Mrs. Mabel Gwin, Miss Mary Mum bower, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stewart and Miss Carrie Gwin. Mrs. D. W. Harris was here Satur day afternoon soliciting funds for the Sugar Grove cemetery. Miss Jessie Denuey arrived home Saturday evening fiom Sugar Grove. Ernest Replogle and Lou Edwards went to Muncie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Routh and son Frank, Miss Collet of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Fennimore, Art Martin and Edward Martin of Economy were visi tors at the Edwards home Sunday. Seward Beard is back from Michi gan. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dowdy and daughter of Laurel, Mr. and Mrs. De wit Dowdy of Richmond, Miss I Ida Peterson of Bluff 'on, Mr. and Mrs. Tot Cranor and daughter Carrie were j Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Peterson. . Mrs. Mary Peterson will have her annual fall millinery opening Thurs day. Some very beautiful hats that will dazzle the eye of those that ad mire the new headgear. Miss Elizabeth S-anley will attend Earlham college again this falL Mrs. Alice Frailer gave a comfort knoting bee Saturday afternoon honor of Mrs. Ora Edwards. Those wen Mrs. EUa Lamb, Mrs. rorr I ta ose t - The undtrsigntd will offer at Public Sal at the GLEN MILLER STOCK YARDS, Richmond, Ind.. on Saturday, October 2nd, 1C09 100 IHfeadI ofi Cattle As FoEo ws : 25 Head of Fresh Cows and Springers. These Cows were bonght of the farmers of Wayne County especially for this Sale, and It will be a good opportunity for Dairymen and others looking for a good cow. 75 Head off Stock Cattle, Consisting of One- and Two-Tear Old Steers and Heifers, which bars been carefully selected as to quality and breeding. A good opportunity for farmers to get Cattle to feed. Will also have a few Jersey Heifers and Choice Bulls. 50 Head off Stock Hogs Will be sold in lots to suit parties wanting pigs in small numbers. 50 Head off Good Breeding Sheep of the Southdown breed. Also a few good Bucks. Sale to Commence at 12:00 o'clock sharp- Take Glen Miller Cars, Corner Eighth and Main Streets. Cars Leave on the Hour and Half Hour. Terms made known on day of sale. ; .lhiiiurll(sy (& (Esisn? Glen Miller Stccli Ycrdo : D. C Drcolxbonlx, Acdlsnscr F. UL Jones, Clcrfc.