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If icif JVlABgn Jias a good,, cheap rhistery?
for sale. , ;
3okn -To the wife of ThouiasKoche,
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Will Tarr -Homce
"Miller $70, in tlie greaTiistofy.'
re-unions are are now being
held grapg rgiqgi, , , v t
Every vorni is a
in the grand army of the army yrovfSS. '
Judge Turkey wants to trade a good
hlfitory i'or.an euergeticbook agent dog. ny
Max born of woman is of few ' days,
atid is liable' f to get' swindled by book
agents. '"aJ :t , n ji - r ''.
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LIv..,. ...ill fiifkt iifAvnio and
iiuua iii itvtLuu. yju. nuiiuoj
w ill not toucn anvtnhi else 'as
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. AcjUuiuuKUito "hisory" Walter Clark
iitti3'JigoutlCtiJUfein6c stand, and can oiler
IIVIB iJimmj I.V "X . ...
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CootJfe 'nitm'ivlio fya'ssijowm i
llor rooii?iifesciig:. ' . M .V
A JJjstorv; re-union wiIP.be nelu in
Jiutiie durneN t riieufcaiurdayaliemOun.
J):rt. joh . i :. i: v.
AU luxes witn bliort uus are invit eu.
- A) li. ivaAsLKitijuil&Jife jfcu ,play ,,a ,inaLcif u
gtune ijfjoiifcniiiiMJbfMl' Hti anypicitf ti
en iii4m ol aii xjieuiiicLAoi the cuiiiity. . ;
J ubg Turkey ii&l- to give his his(6ry
to (Jinirlie liahbii) but Uharlie'Was tod
mean and uhadcom'mo'dating'totake it. ::
The cold Historian now garnereth in
the ducats, and in a sleeve
that is top small of a good-sized
See the card of Caliban, sire of Coaster, ;
2G, and Cyclone, 2: 26,by Mambrinb
Pilot, dam Cassia, by Cassius M. Clay,' iu
this paper. '
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Fifty years from noWj the Bible, and
the History of Bourbon,-Scott, Harrison,
and Nicholas, will be ,the leading .books
for authority. . . - ' ,
Alex McClintock shipped from this city,
for Wi'B. Yost, Newark, Ohio, a car load
of fine Jersey cows and heifers
Later! Judge Turney doesn't want
tosnll liishistorv. He now values it at
$1,000, on account of "Will Speaks' "obituary"
Eggs retail here at 20 cents per dozen,
and histories at $12 each, and the Semi-Weekly
Bourijon News sells at only $2
per annum, in .advance.
a foot long, have recently
fallen in Virginia, and several people
were badly' 'bruised'. Houses and barns
were swepff'by the storm.
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James Garret, of this city, fell from
the abutment of tle new; bridge, ovei
Hinkston near Lot t Young's',' '.an'd,' i . broke
the ulnar bone of each arm
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Vndt1. LocicnART is making a. corner on
'histories. B? has :th'ree,u.at
prices ranging rromSoO'.to $6.i. JHo,. is
troing to start a 'history' store, ..' -.".
White, the Lexington bank bond thief,
v;is convicted and sentenced tou'tormof
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two vcars 111 Ulfi peiuieiniarv, auui lilu
iurvhaving been in session'severalrAaj'S.
Tin: -Board of Curators . of? Kentucky
Univeisity, have comfirmed the s:de of:
Ashlaiid, "the home of .Clay. The tract
contains 323 acres, and was sold for
, . .' ,..
Is ew ' Arithmetic : If Eph January-paid
$12 'for a vhistoif," and sold it -for
$2. 50, how' many lies will he have to tell
in selling stoves to make his money
Ii? the biographies of Judge Ilawes,
Maj. Williams. Porter Smith,' Isham Tah
bott,;and Gov. Garrard are in the new
history, not. been able to find
See here, Gabe?' What am de difference
'tween apusson'loosin' der mind,
andjapussonfishin'? "Gum it up." Why
one.am insane, and.the uder am seinin'.
See, Gabe ?" i-
Between the army worm,'"hog"poker
and the' history -men, Bourbon agriculturalists
and civilized professional men of
all classes, are having irregular
and monkey of a time. -i.
Our "history" cost us nothing but a
few local notices, and our biography was
thrownin. In accepting the book though,
we d'id not sell out the nbertyof expres
sion of true utterances. t CAN lie; bufc
won't'do it. " , r '
AccorcIing to the new history, Hutchison's
Station precinct has no great men,
but the other precincts of 'the county
have-the following -numbers. '.'Paris; 108;.
Millersburg, 40; Nortlr Middleowq, 35;
Ruddels' Mills, 26; Ciintonvjlle', 23;
3o$uets ijrof usb with the iinesfcfldwers
exttfht plants, running vinesj'and everything
in the line, can bei'ifad'
atr James mntbri's, iii Hendeiori'a'block,
twb'dfeoV'afeove'Davis&Lyles. ' "
he' 'scholars" of tile ''Baptist Sunday
School Svlti' have ah 'ehtertainmena at the
Church Sunday alteriioon at 3i o'clock,
sliarp. Exercises will'consist of singing1
recltJatiohj etc. ' All aref: cordially invited
toattentJ' ' ' J -;
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-The .Western jTJnioh.Telegraph Compar
has placed AlbdrJuldair in-a
little office ;in rblock,
next dooi'i td'-Dvis and Lyles;J. ;This-gives
oiiri city quite a ntletropolitan
Albert's shrfe hee'ls i t
Parties wearing. iiery flashes , uij theU;
eyes, and flashing blades at their belts, in.
search of the JSews. editor to-day r.WjUl
flud him quietly domnqiled behhuHj
barricade "histories,, withFa
enteitamment ,. .j. '
Ix answer to tlie question, Uhal na I
with the money1 iir$uni:buu?" 'Charles,
CltirruJ) Leer'aV's tliatTt, will juC 'talce
2U,Uuy buahelb ol the wheat now growing,
pav torthe History ol .bourbon, beott,
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jailbOii ana xMCiiouib, tuili aii
n)t c . t -; '. i . t fi
V worth of wiieat m the four.
i'ANYU0'DY wanting to -buy 'a "good"
noted bhtegra'ss region and-its-great
men, would do well to call on Judge
Matt Turney, Dr. Keller; John Caldwell, t6
Dr.- Buck, Prof. Loekhart,and others.
They will knock oft" 2,000; per tcent for
cash, and throw in $900 worth of. good
advice, to the buyer. - ' '
Capt. TuitNEY,.proprietor ol the
Hotel, at the Blue Licks, has.been
down to week employing
waiters andbuying stares for the. opening
which'takes place , op , the 15th. Large
preparations are - being made in every
way, and the patronage of celebrated
Springs will be larger this season than
ever-before. . -.'., ;
Prof. W. H. L'o'ciaiaRT didn't do' us
hardly the square thing, when Dr. Joe. l
Fithian was trading his history ra
yeara subscription for the News, when
he made a bid of $2.50 (fifty eents over
our offer,) and took the cake', but since
.we have had further time'; for reflection
over our rash offer, we've (iohcludeti to
forgive the professor and give him a little
In the sketch of W.
H. Speaks, the historic fact goes thundering
down through age's that, three, , boys,
"Jack," "Hez," and "Billj"
at the comtshuckings and
through four geueratipns.,.. jln
the fifth .generation "Hez!',- dropped -out
of ranks; by death;, .ancU broke upltthe
grand. combination of-i. coincidental wan
ders of the 19th century,, , i . ., ,
Dick Taylor writes us Irorn ' "Mirfway,
farmcrl are cutting their . barley'- himself-
ueiense, as tne army -worm, is uuyjuj:
sad havoc with it. ..II. F. , Rogers lost
about twbUlurds of'h'is'crop in bite 'night.
"Withrow. Parrih, and others are drag
ging their fields night and day with -ropes,
Icriockiug (he woftniiifT.' We alsosgbt:iv.
.' '"': u Ur Aat .Ifc.tt.
pons uoiiL yuiereiu refiiunui uw yuuw
ty, where farmers are'ditching tnwfils
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Jos. M. Joxks, our
for a "history," and when -the historian
road him the-manuscript of
Joe smelt a mouse as ,to i what
the book would be, and concluded not to
take a book, and erased his name from
the list, and declared the business., void.
The .other .day when the new man ,eame
around to deliver books, tho brought one1
to Joe and showed liis name on the subscription
book with the erasure carefully
scraped off but it was no go.
The new history is' much abused here
on account of 11,6 grving the -venerable
John G. Craddock's age. It inakeS favorable
mention oi his skilled adaptability
for chasing down ex-Bourbons and free
hash, and the fact that he saved the hide
from one df Noah's alligators, from which
he made his celebrated-, shoes which he
has worn from the time of the flood dowii
to the present day. His life-size picture
-will be published in supplement form
especially dedicated to Miss Marie
When an. editor, .buys two -dollars"
worth of goods: from a merchant, that
doesn't entitle the editor to free groceries
the balance of the year. Just so with the
merchant when he jiays the . editor two
dollars for value received in subscription,
he "is not erit'itled'to'fr'ee advertising. But
few, howWereVe'tliink of business in
that light. A farmer, mechanic, cV anyT
other professional man is entitled to frqe
QurfcCAlumnsj are Jhejefpreopen
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, Pan.Turney .Tvanjta a
The ,man, -who makes .other.8 nhoppy, is,
happiest ;il 't tloa it f '
'Everybody ds 'iPraiBingheHiord over)
at -Frankfort' now m.i ; mirri,
. Judge'Harbeson'jOFiemiugsfcurg, is a
candidate ' for Congress. '
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The kingdom of kindness knows, no
'' i t it. ; f'r
discrimination between rich and poor ,
There's ,one good; feature . ahouj;v the
history it does'nt C9ntain anyv "Barnes.
Notes." i . ', ,
The greatest wonden of all is,
& Pa1' didn't adorn the new History,
with theht(pihtures.' u ,nd 1
''Oscar a better ' looking a
mati than his historic picture: Now
sue -ns Jf or libel. ' " - v
D'rfovfiafti ought t'6 be tried ''before av
cod't6'( UmXlfra 'ibquireiido, 'for asking
iuortKair? cast snaaov.son tne sunniest
helds, ami n.vereth beaming faces with
J!igvnti. t if'nmiy sombreiiess. ,
ttroT.M wins vdrth of
!TJ I IT
ries an -:i 3yiii often pay '100 per
ceut in, ' -it To vx investment.
Will t !.' freight brakesman m
hiiu.ot. , ...... ii&sheil jjet ween, two box
j si-it, '. her. freight ,deppt.
cBobufet4Ki,oiil says he would, ratbejj
adjeggaii.aiv spend adoljarlikeja ,kjngJ
than. bo a, king and spend ajdollar like sij
beggar., . .
Geo. W. Tudor, of Maysville, has. gone.
-Europe. He waa banqueted in Princely
style before he left?, by his many,
If a brigade of fool-killers will ' only'
come this way, we -will give them a valuable
pointer towards finding 'an all-summer's
job. . -
After a'man kills seven "wives
gia, he's1 no longer recognized 'in society.
What a desolate and heartless country,
that must be?" "-'.'-.
Will Tarr wearb a S99 historic grinand
Horace Miller rubs his handstand tiies'tO
convince himself that the7jriistory is a
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very fiiie thing. .-'
Capt. Gano Hill's manly picture .holds
tlie Centerville precinct up ' by the trul,
while the balance of tlie county looks 'on I
.with admiring eyes! ,
Epr the correct ages of a 1 1 majority 1 of
theleadingrbelles of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison
and Nicholas counties, see that
bachelor's friend history.
Miss Yansant, one of Flemingburg's
most agreeable young "( ladies, passed
through .here yesterday for Danville, to
attend the Commencements. ,
i- There never. has been a dollar carried
out of this world by a dead man, iior 1ms
ever a dead man been known to have
any-particular ie,qd of money, ,
Bob Iugersoll says "Oetman that 'has
gained the love of one good, -splendid,
pure woman, his life- has -beep a, .success,
snermattor if he died the ditch." ..
Diamond jeweled garters are sellhig in.
New York at from $1,500 to-$2,000.', -But
eW arosold oxoept Who; give
them away A press conventions. ..
The Rev! -this city
will deliver ihe'Bnccakure'ato sermbn be
fore the Men's Christian
Ky. . ;.
To ia aWi"1?? parcnts
rust ,tei., ' in:nlves. Xrpmiscs to
children .j i nt "plden, elsq the
4. '. t 1 1 ' '! 1J'.
'cf. rtf r .pd'lovc; vil 00 a sum
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" Historv onlv.tliinss of weisht,
Resulted of persons, or aflairs'df state,
Briflcw witlrtruth and'clearnessshould
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Laconic shortness memory feeets. "
Those historic ' sketches -in -Bourbon's
new hisfory are chiefly
$12 a buy. Tliey will; be read with
astounding interest in the sweet buyaiid
buy high. f "r , - ' . .
' A' man-never experiences .the soothing
influences of royal,' grandiloquent great
ness, until he is' biograpfcally -recorded m
the History of his county,' with all the
glaring head-lights. ' .'
Now th'e bulVmihnow of every little
theological hamletj'is getting'in'his work
on grinding of
at every little cross-roads school
If six men who talk politics and dispute
on Biblical questions can build a wall- in
rive days', how long Will it take two- men
who whistle and flirt' with the' widow on
the corner to do the 'same work.
Even if we have to admit it ourselves,-the
Hllersburg Dancing Club have had
very . toney programmes ' printed
at the News office, for iheh;
ment ilop, on next ruesaay nigni. ,
We may be a little too rash, but we
will make this nronosihon anvhow. We
will give Aye years' subscription to1 the
kvs: 7or five 'copies . tlie new"history.'i . ..
rr nt 1 -. 'i At w ii
We Wanft'o PV
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, IcMillersfeHtg Iteims;.
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Miss Lucy Sliarp is
quite an extended visit' to friends
m Covington. .
TnfeOoniniencement' sermon' and
ra6eS:,ai'e,,rodked 'forwatd to "with
Sunday. ' -"''
Miss Jennie Vimont.has return
ed- from Lexington Female College,
With an elocution mecal. ,
Tri'the new histoxr: John Boul-
den ' served ih the army under
uaDD. ljawson. iv snouia.' do uapi5
Lawrence Job es '
ouaa jTctui iiu& ueeu eieoteu juju,i-
shal .oi MillersDurg, lor a month, at
salary of $26.. What's the towji
going to do after that month. . ,
GeorcreNinnel't. the comfectioner
will amply supply all
commencement snreads with.0iGfi
cream,"t strawberries, and other sM
icacies 'during the festive
.Carlisle; and Millereburg' "Hjli
play aagame of. base b Jill at fillers-burg
to-morrow. On.Tuesday h&
Philomatheans in -the mudjrte) the the
tunc of clo to 9.,
a u r.'
W. H. H. Johnson will "be -tried
lri Police Court"- to-day for selling
cigars on Sunday. If fined, 'Mr.
JolinfeQii will 'take' the-case" to the for
CouTfc.of Appeals 'to;test"the virtuo.
of the Sunday law.
Joe." Will Miller has ' had Ms
residence painted the ' deepest red
in the United States. He calls it
Philadelphia brick, but it is more
like cardinal paittfc mixed with
Indian blood and pionas.
Alf Corrington and wife left for
Topeka, Kansas, Wednesday. Alf.
will go into l'the grocery buisness.
His brother Steve makes his headquarters
thpre, and" is making
quite a success in the
; Rogers & Henry desire' to close
up their business immediately, and
earnestly request all against whom
they have accounts, to come up
nromntlv and settle. Thev ask
this as a special favor of whom
they have granted many favors.
Dr. B. F. Walters, our newly
adopted dentist, from Lancaster, is
nicely situated in the Joe. Will
Miller property 011 Alain street,-and
has work coming in rapidly
having engagements for more than
a week ahead, and is muchpleased
with his new location.
Mrs Rev. Pressly Brown, wife
of a former pastor of Baptist church
here, writes back from Texas, that
her a year ago, of
Her son,"Pres" is mar-,
ried, and lives vt Lake Gity, Golos
rado. Also, that Bob Armstrong,
formerly of this place, is yunning
ja.locomotivevon a xailrod leading
into Columhus, Texas, and that' he
is doing well. . .. . t ..
' Tom1 Hall went to Cincinnati
Wednesday, to look about getting
machinery for the new1 flouring
mill. Tlib stock-holders have decided
to go "ahead and erect one- at
tlie'ftost'of "of $'15,000 now on- -their
books: The recent statistical report
published, showed only the
amount of flour and grain , shipped
and, received at'our depot. It must
be recollected that Foster, our, local
miller, furnishes lots.-of flour, be-
cifloa havfi hfiftn
.hauled from Carlisle. , , .
Rev. J. J. Dicky and a'lit'tie
jsade of inairied ladies, laid siege
ing, in order to' offer a' general protest
against the' sale of liquor in
the town. In order to have
.a secret vote, a resolution was
passed to dear the-hall of visitors,
which had the effect of bringing
down the vengeance of the ladies
on the council. The crusaders not
getting liquor expunged from .the
town, succeeded in starting the enforcement
of the Sunday law, .last
'The bottles were few and small, .
And they gladly looked for the morrow.
-Henry Vimont writes hack from
Leadville, Colorado, that -he is
clerking with six others, in a grocery,
and gets S!?5 per month with
apromise'd raise. His .house retails
$30,000 ' worth of goods per
month all cash. Only two men
killed there on May 24th, date of
letter, and snojv nad fallen jbhree
rlavs in Riiccession.. Snow" from
fouio twenty feet deep on
tains, .oniy weiye mu(t;a uioutiuu.
Mechanics setting 'fronr S3 to-$7
ner dav wason and two horses'
F. .' W-'i jii - ' JVln
nireiiorjen uuiicira pci uy, uu
mm3 Joe.ahd.Tom are'
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BILL NYE'S PAPER;..
ttWO DOLLARS PES-YEAR &XD JBEIfHT,
OR $2,000 FOR -1,000 YBABBf :I
Address, Boomerang) , ,r ..kusi u.
h . Laramie City, . .. .,
1 x - Wyoming Territory;
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1882. . ' 1882.L -
THE FASHIONABLY-BRED TRdTTIKG STALLION
Firsttjlam,. 'Rosedale, py .Sayre's. Harry
Secjprid dam, Orange Co. Mare, by Prince
'Pkim .Hflm. Miriinrln. . n Trmrnnfcr mnrp
SrBm Canada, ,..-,.. .
.fWfll'btf permitted- to serve a .limited-
nuraperoi mares the. ensuing Reason,
April 1st and ending September
1st, 1882, at
$50. To Insure a living: Colt.
The money due -when the mare is.
known to be in foal, or when the "owner
iU'arts wiTn her. At tne time ol service
note, will be required; which-in event of
mare not proving in foal will be returned.
Due care will be exercised to. prevent
accidents or escapes, but no responsibility
will be assumed for any that- may occur.
Good stabling and pasturage provided
.mares from a distance, and at
He will be located at my farm, on the
Clay & Kiser turnpike, 'six miles from
Paris, Bourbon county, ' ly.,, two miles
from Kiser Station, Kentucky' Central
For further particulars address
KELLER THOMAS, Paris, Ky.
Mikshr; Deposit Bank,
PAID UP CAPITAL, $53,700.
Conducts a General Banking Business.-
$35 Special attention to. collections, and
remittances promptly made to all parts of
the United States, Canada or Europe.
A. G. Stitt, ... R. TARR,
W.H.H.JOHNSON, D. D.CONWAY
Prop AV.B. CONWAY
One square from railroad depot. GOOD
LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED. The
kindest attention given and guests made
Good Sample Rooms. A table filled
with all'the delicacies' of the season.'
JAS. A. McCANN,
. Granite and Marble.
Tiird t., Maysville,. Kentucky.
Grand Opera Building,
CINCINNATI, - OHIO.
GEO. W, MYIS,
Window Shades, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattresses, &c.,
& Special Attention Given to
Unaertamng ana impairing.
Main Street, Paris, Ky.
(GREENi CHEATHAM, Prop'r.)
One Square from Railroad Depot All
Baggage transferred to and fro, free of
LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED
CARLISLE, - - - - E2,
Calls particular attention of the farmers
and horsemen, to the fact that he
f is now prepared to put up,
EltfE HARNESS and SADDLES
asp'ecialty. Will sell at lower figures
Chan heretofore ior CASH. Special attention
paid to repairs i.
T lrpftn nrniKtautlv onhandalaree stock
ot whips collars,
rfiHS4S5wSBe "tiTiMA .i'ii
Lm C3rm Stitt,
PRACTITIONER OF .' - ol
Medicine ;& Surggry.; ,r
Office adjoining DeppsitBank, .; . ,,
Insurance Asrent. CI '
Represents Hartford Fire-, Bowling -Green
and Maysvillo Masonic Life Com
s Attorney at Law, , r
' CarlisleKy. .
: Will practice In the courts of Nicholad
and adjoining counties. Special
prompt attention given to collections.
Mrs. JanePjctrnrll, rJo. R. Purnell, "
Proprietress.' ' Clerk
FDKHBhl' HOUSE, t.ir
Table md rooms second to no country'
hotel tinfthc. State. fr
and well f urnisleil
Sample Booms for Commercial
Good Livery Stable attached. Refer
to all who have patronized ,the hous'e,
KY. CENTRAL R. R:6
Shortest and Quickest
ROUTE TO .H"
MISSOURI, ' !
t Tickets to all points
NORTH, EAST AND WEST.
Special Rates to EMIGRANTS.
For further particulars, apply to
Frank Carr. Paris. Ky.
C. L. BROWN, Gen'l Passenger Agt.,
' ' Covington, Ky.
Time Table m Effect since May 14, '82.
L've Covington... 8:00 a m and 2:45 p m!
Arr. Paris 11:25 a m and 6:05 p n?
L've Lexington,.. 7:30, a.m and 5:00 pnv
Arr. Paris ' 8:25 a m and 5:55 pm
L've Maysville....' 5:45 a m and 12:3d p mi
Arr. Paris S:25 a m and 3:00 p nr
L've -Paris for
Maysville ....... 6:30 a m and 1 5:50 p m
JSsT" Richmond Express runs daily.
CARLISLE, - - KY.
Office .oyer 3. F. Adair's grocer
novl5y . -. , ' j , .;
' I hereby forwam all persons, that, 'my
farm is poated, and all trespassers either,
hunting or fishing on my premises will
be prosecuted to the extent of the law.
Myrrionds will please not ask the privilege
of violating my positive resolution.
COLLIER & SHARP,
JAMES I. COLLIER,
GOAL, . SALT, , . i
LUMBER, -an AW,
Broadway, - - - Millersburg
JSTI also have a saw mill at licking
Station, on the K. , O. railf oad, and can
fill all orders for cut lumber fct lowest market
prices. I will move the mill to any
locality where a sufficient number of logs
for a yard can be established. c
A fuil stock of Lumber kept constantly
on hand at this point
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