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“■wm: the—2! lith & Bros. L.C.Sm Typewriter (ALL THE WRIlTN'r ALWAYS IN SIC.I. r; ^U|!!ii|l!j V-vV' 01 : iNo The DuPont Powder Company of Wilmington, Del., the most prominent manufacturers of explo sives for Govenimenl in the world, purchased on a si igle order — To Standardize their equipment, aciiuj cr. rimiiimoLJ / ^commendation of a board of five of their ncclzanlcal trainee. , to v/hcru all competing makes were submitted. It will pay you to starJafdi a yot:r typewriter equipment with the L. C. Smith & Hros. Typewriti r for t’.v t me r*_aso i that decided this shrewd, hard-headed busi s.. oorporati n ^uprnor oi« t of the machine! And the reason holds ,;oot! win thnr vc .1 u„o one typewriter or five hundred. H Hr 7\>-Jay j';r the Tree Sm^i EWRITER CO. C'NCINWATl, OHIO i The Medicinal Value of Whiskey is admitted by the highest medical authorities Indeed for many slight disorders it is a safe and certain cure. But to be effective, it must be the genuine, pure, natural article like SunnyBrt xA THE PURE. FOOD Whiskey NTir ft root: is unsurpassed as a wholesome pleasant F ,! • 'n,, ln' •tlrnr f-r ’ *iftil loHe. F.very drop Is distilled, !-id u:. ),-r the direct supervision of U. S. Ooreromcnt fa* ?f? l,K*il • purity .n<! mellowne » make its use perfectly *!' 1 n!c 'r°in harmful effects. Tim "Grern Government Stamp1 iue cork or each bet tie st«»es the correct a^e, proof and quantity. GUNNY DROOK DISTILLERY CO., Jefferson Co., Ky. A FULL QUARTS—$ BY lEXPitESS PREPAID 5 ■ "-ND YOUR OPDER TO *1 L. LAZARUS 8c. COMPANY KiMimr.CE WITH YOliR ORDFR. 8 I1W I '..0. D — * - - TiJHnr».S^r,. *-rs-.-rr-Ty —d ^ yjma LEAT'SS WANT ADS BRING RESULTS -4 r,; IS SET ASIDE Continued from Page One) towards Sam Barmlnsoa who* went to collect a bill from the woman in whose house ghe killing occurred. It will be remembered that Tate and Gillispie were killed yt Keystone by Deputy United States Marshall Waldron on the date named in a mix up at a disreputable house where Waldron claimed he had gone to make an arrest. Waldron was admitted to ball on the preliminary examination, and at the trial October 20 at Welch he was convicted of voluntary man slaughter in the instance of the kill ing of Gillispie. but In view of the mo tion to set aside the verdict, sentence was not (Missed. The motion wus ar gued before the court yesterday, amt the verdict of the Jury set aside by the court for the reasons stated. ! A new hearing in the case has been set for January 23. --_ / L THE BACHELOR GIRL"“~^ “The Bachelor" falls into Mr. Fltcbs artistic scheme as a companion pi turn for "Girls" taken from the cast of th • latter, the star of the former. In '■(•iris" the bachelor maids will nev er marry so they say. Hnt they do in this newest piece, however, the bachelor man will never slip his head through the yoke of matrimony ami starightway hitches up with his pret ty stenographer. In ‘‘Girla*’ Mr. Fitch utilized the brazen strains of "No Wedding Hells for Me," as a sort of melodic foot note. In "The llnche lor" the leit motif makes us of the haunting melody "Cuddle Cp a l.ittle Closer Lovev Mine." Mr. Paul Gilmore will appear here in Sum S. and Lee Shubert’s Origi nal New York Production or Clyde Fitch's comedy. "The Bachelor" on next Wednesday at the Niks' Opera I louse. Why Christmas Shopping Should Begin Early ■* * First.—Because you can get bettor bargains when the stock Is fresh and full. Second.—Because you thug * liave time to make proper se lections instead of buying "jurt i anything” to make out your J gift list. Third.— Because you can time | the gifts you send away by ex* press or by mail so that they will reach tlie recipients just bo fore Christmas nnd not a day or so late. Fourth.—Because by spread ing your shopping over several weeks instead of doing all of it in a few hours and In a great rush you will be able to get what you want when you want it. Fifth.—Because you will ho doing your part toward making things easier for the shopgirls and the other clerks, who are rushed almost to death when everybody buys everything the last few days before Christmas. Resoho yourself into a committee f one nnd investigate The Grand (.♦•ad* i'h Going Out of Business Sale now going on. TAX NOTICE. City taxes for tho year 1910 are now r due. The usual discount will be al* r'\ lowed if paid on or before Nov. 30th. * Fay now and save the discount. L. A. HOOPER. k R i Treasurer. — .. ifl © Are You in the CONTEST Mr. Property Owner: If you have a piece of Real Estate for sale now is your opportunity, we want to sell it for you. List your property with us between now and January 1 st, and see the result. All we ask is the exclusive sale for sixty days and the right kind of a price, we will do the rest. Commencing with the new year we guar antee that every piece of property listed with us will be advertised fully once a week in a local newspaper and in our monthly bulletin, a thous and copies of which will be distributed. Think what that means: that your property is offered to the public, not only to the man wrho enquires at our office for something but to every individual likely to invest. Why not let us sell for you? Our facilities for showing your property are un equaled. We also want your stocks and bonds listed with us, or if you are in the market for anything in our line to pay us a call, it will be to your in terest . We make a speciality of handling sub-divis tion, coal and timber lands. If you have anything in these lines it will be worth your while to take the matter up with us.