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MRS ROBERTa0N'8 DOWER
A Fairfeld Case Before the Supreme Court
of South Carolina
(Jne. S. Reynolds sn the State.)
Martha A. Robertson, plaintiff, re
spondent. Jas. R. Curlee, deferdint,
appellant, and Thoo. K. Edliott and
Thee. U. Ketchin, also appellant.
Dawer. Vouching warrants to de
fend. Parties. Practics.
Oa July 27, 1899, the plaintiff filed
her petition in the probate court for
Faifeld county, praying that her
dwer be allot'd ,o her in two tracts
of land alleged to be in the possession
of James R. Curle-, defendent.
O. August 18, 2899, said Curlee
f'ed bis answer to said petition, in
which he alleged, among other things,
that one of the tracts of laud men, io e I
in the petition had been conveyed to
him by Iha. K. Elliott and Too@ H.
Ketchin; and that said grantors war
ranted the title to him by a covenant
of general warranty.
ie aso p-ayed that said Elliott and
Ketcbin might be made parties to the
proceedir g at d required to defend the
title to said tract of land agreeably to
their ciJv nanbt of warranty.
On the day that Cur-ee filed his an
swer be also served upon Elliott and
K.-tchin, requiring them to come in
and defend tWe title to said tract of
land. This notice was served before
the fing of said answer.
On Auguat 19, 1899, the said Cor'ee,
E.iott atd Ketenin appeard before the
probate crt, and moved the coa t
loran order making the asid Elliott
and Ketchin par ies to the proceeding,
and for leave to thbm to come in aid
answer the petition of p aiutiff. On
A a 9:' - otion was refused.
- pn the filing of the <rder re
- fusing said motion, notic.- and ground'
of appeals to the court of common
pleas was dn'v servet'.
On September 4, 1899. ;the probate
judae proceeded to hear the petition
rer dower upon its merits, notwith
standing the ot.jaction of the defend.
an!s upon jirisdict'onal grounds.
The date d nt Curlee da y served
notice of appeal to the court of com
The two appeals from the probate
court hkard by hii honor, Judge Aid
iieb, who affirmed the orders of the
probate curt. Carlee, E lictt and
K. chin appealed.
Mr. Justice Gary: Sections 57 and
59 of the code mu-t be contrued to
Wt.ile the order of the the probate
court, Augu-t 21, 1899, refu'ing tthe
mo-ion to make IClhott and Ke-chi;
parties m 4y be i egerded as "final" as
to the rights of Eliott ad Krtebin it
was not "xiial" as the rights of all
parties to the proceeding; and th's is
what tLe code contempstep.
Tne probate c.urt therefore had jur
I diction to hear tbe case upon its
merits aften~erice of. notice of appeal
er.' The notice
____ in the pr
- teotur nd their motion to I
made parties was entirety unneca
sary. (etmdw win v. Taylor, 2 Brev, 17
Dais v Nilba-n, 1 Hiji 27; Middletr
v. Thonmp'on, e'p. 67; Wiison v. Mc]!
wee, . S rot-. 65; Backels v. Monzo
If the motion had been granted
would only in formal manner have e
abled the wart antors to exercise
right which had atready been co
ferred upon them by law, anid if :1
motIon had been ref a-ed on the grout
that there was no neces'ity for such
proceeding there would have been
The order of the probate cout t defi
lng the uights of the parties was bin
isg on them until reversed. It d
prived the war rantees of a right whit
the law gave them independently of t
order to that efif c-, and was therefo
erroneoms and she a d h %ve been m
aside by the circuit conrt.
Mr. Chief Jus'ice Mcdcer: Und
the authorities cited, Ellio~t at
Ketchin were neither necessarry nt
proper-partles to ths plaint f acti<
of dower. The plaitatiff did not at
could Lot cla-m any relief again
It would be a burdensome and u
neesery impositioun upon the doi
eress, involving delay and <xipense
which she snould n t be rubjecte
either to require her to malke the wa
rantor a part y defendant or ti perni
him to demind that he shoult I
made a parv. The only obj et to I
attained is ful y jaccomplished 1
vouching him ia-as was done in tt
In any view uf .he mstt-r thes erd
appeatedi from was wholly unnecce
many, antd hence its refusal constitati
no reversible err or.
Bit the coj clasien reached in ti
opimion of Mr. Just ice Gary met min
have been placed upon the ground th
the ciurt of probate reated its c>
clusion ujoa an erroneous view of ti
Tne only que-tion for this court
wheeber a ruliag or judgmt a
pealed from is correct, and not w be h
' be reasons given for *uch' ruling
judgment by the court below a
sont d; for if ti e ruli'.g or jadgment
right it metter. not whether the re
sons given by the court below for
c Inclulsione are sound or unsonnt t.
Tie only ruling asked f r by V
mo ion subomitted by appellant4 w
tha' E' iott and Ketchin abould
made parnies to the proceeding at
that they be r equired or permitted
come it and answer the petition, at
much ruliv g was refased by the ord
appealed from. This t a'ing was,
alteady shown, clebr y corrected; at
evin if the order contained atay
roneous or untfsu' d d reasons f
such tuling, that would not vitiate t
But there. - is nothing in the ord
either showing or tending to sha
that it was based upon any unsout
reason. There is nthing i-i it that d
prived the appelian a ur ti her of the
of the leg~at right to tet ~upon arty d
fese to-the action by :howinag th
the title which E~liott and Ketch
bad conveyed to Curles, was par
...n to ithe platutifi's .1.im of d..w
d her righ
or that she had renou 0. have pr<
The appellants seem Idea thi
ceoded upon the mistak come an
these warrantors could no hal cot
defend tbe title whicb they ad bee
veyed to Carlee until they 'ey ha
conv)t3ed to Curlee until t d ha
been made parties defendant a tho
answered the petition; and fo t t
leason probably made no atte
The order of the circuit judge a
p'aled from should be affi med.
Mr. Justice Pope: '-1 dissent. A
stated by Chief Justice Mclver in his
disseninrg opinion, the reasons given
,y i eel ciuit jdge for. his .judgnent
may be faulty and yet such judgment
may be correc'. The circuit juage
holds that Elliott at.d Ketchin were
not necessary partiev. In this be was
correct-as is admitted in the leading
Mr. Justice Jones: "I think the
judgment of the court below should be
affirmed, for the reasons stated by. the
Judgment below affirmed. Opio
ions filed March 12
Mr. J. E. McDonald for appellants;
Mr. Jae G. McCants for respondent.
For Wfants and Children.
The Kind Yu Hlave Always BONght
Mr Editor: This is the time of year
for plantet s to fix to plant their crops.
At this present time it looks very
-ich like the cotton crop will be
large, unless something turns up soon
to call a halt-and why should not
something turn up? Or has not
enough already been done to danse
you tc 0-op and think? We all under
stand that the mills have combinea
against the planters of cotton and say
a aless you can make cotton and sdl us
at pii-es that will enable us t make a
profit of from 25 to 40 per cent we
will shut down our night operations,
rua on short time, and consume'but
little of Tour et ton, which his brought
cotton down. And still they hope for
a lees price in cotton and a rise in cot
ton goods; ihey kill two birds with
one stone. If the gambling part of
specultlion and the mill powers is
against us poor little cotton planters
who is for us? It looks like every
man for himself and the devil gets Ie
hindermost. With all this in sight
wou'd It not be better for the planters
to ea'I a hilt. Every other c!aes of
peopl inne except the farm
.1k that wai-but
a era; they sometimes
- they will not stick oD~~.u
Stimes it looks like they would but ji
Sat the dawn of sucess they bo~t.
Ithe mill men can afford to disorgani:
,and siter their operative.-milioi
of them - in this United States that'nt
and probably will result in bread rioi
it. and bloodshed. Daes it not look lii
.we the 'prodneers of cotton, mig
a atbandon a great portion of this cnttc
~. crop, plant corn, ame lets or thol
eferti~iz -rd you have bought for co.
d and peas,:make everytl-iug pessiie~
a home you c in live on an't then whi
e you may have to dress less, drink Iei
and go to '.Offn le-a, you will fit
.more comfort, at home around yo
~. firesides- You will have fal, horse
t at con s, hogs -and poultry. Let tl
hcotton gamb'er re t with the mill mi
n f(they can make a living at halt wol
e -300 try it awh'le. Let the negro
et go, let them go west. All we are doi
in Siuth Carelina and the p incia
cotton States is raising negroes ai
r killing mules. During the Uonfeders
dwar people were forced to aband
>r cotton, raise grain and hogs and sta c
In these sections where bherman al
his thi ye; 'i,i not reach there w
t plenty aid to spare-corai cribs In
smoke houses Were full, and thetat
was well fil ed with many ctmforts 1
rcam not have nowr. Make bread. I
the mill and cotton gansb'ers rest.
"Cotton P:anter and Worker.'
it TH E FP7ERTO RICANs OVERTAXE[
| Washington, Mac 11.-The pre
ty dent this moraing granted a special a
is dienc3 to Mesars. Wencesla B )rd a, J
eand Vince'e Bilbas, mam'>ers of
.Puerto Rican commis ion, which w
~d appointed at a mass meeting .f
citizens of the island at San Juan
SFebruary 2 to p~*teat against the la
at enacted by the legislature known
2. the Hlollanider bill. Thi s measure pr
le sides for the raising of revenuei
. property and exe se taxe~s.
The c )misioniers presentedl a f'e
P mi protest which enumerated a
r ries of 18 objectins to the law. IL
:r contended at th re exists to-day
rc Pue:-to Ric)> three tax-s levied and c:
is lected for the same purpose "from
aimpoverished p casts of the people
ta the new excise taxes under the H<
la- de -law, th3 old insular and manti
.1 pal t axes, arid the cu-toms duties tytd
s ihe Pue. to Rican civil government at
)e Anay of these, it is he d its sufficient
ad cover the budget. Und--r the b!
to $500.000 or m .re will be callects
id semi-annually in advance, thereby, t
er protest says, tessetning the money
as circulat on (of which there is less tht
ad $2 000 000) ao.1 prods~cing a state
r- impovertitiment and bo-iness stagit
or tioni, as the taxes are collected by aua
ismary process. It is asserted thit i
measure is both aa income and pro
r erty tax law, that two <.f the princip
w indu-tti s or tbe island (ruts and
id bicco) are axe I so heavily under
e. hat thcir production uder pree
mn conditions is practically probibite
. that the enly :~tandard of valuation '
at property wiil be the f~ersonal oj'ini<
in of the as~essors, and as ihey may
a- .spp .inted hr political favor there is
ir danger of injstiee to a la-ge at cii
of the community frium excessive va.
t The c .maistioners ask the president
d that G)v. Al'en b, directed to c il a
I- spcii session of the legislature to
n amend the law in a ianner wi iab will
1 relicve the peop:e of the burdens com
d plained of and that the gcr,:rnor be
t directed to exercise care in the ap
0 poiniment of the assessors.
The president gave the committee
nearly an hour and li,tened with in
terest to their statements. He said he
did not feel like exerci~ing his au
thority for calling an extra session of
the house of delegater, but would
commend "hat tea executive council
r the utmost leniency in entorcing
2 provisions of the tax law. T je
the bers of the commission hop3 to
me he pre.ddnt again in the neir fi
'2'8 COTTON STATEMENTS
eans, Ls., March 8.-Scre
New O -1d weekly New Oleans
tary Heste uge statement, isqued to
Cotton Exch decrease in the move
day, shows a compared wi-b the
mont into sg this date last yeir
seven days endina F,030.
in round figures of s of March the
For the eight da i over lst year
totals show an i:.c -e
of 4,000. *nto siglt d
TLe amount broag'it een 161. en
ing the past week bas the se d
bales, against 169 789 fo ear.
days eud#ig this date last as
for the eight days of Mar c
been 184.859 bales, ega..60,565 I
The mov ment since Sept m',ier Cs
shows receipts at all United S- 25
pot t 6 021 593 baes, agi-inst .5.733, 's
last iear; overland, across the to
-sissippi, Ohio and Potemac rivers.
Northern mills and Canada, 924. n
biles, against 1.061,719 last year, at
terior s:c cs in excess of those held -
the c've of the commercial year, 5e
814 bales, against 175 206 1 .. t r
Soutbern mill takitgs 910,973 ba t
agains 929,812 last year. .r
The to a takings of American m
North and South and Caiad., thus 1
fr the se con have bean 2 505,385 X
againit 2,928.202 last year These
clude 1.574 829 ba-ea hy Nar:h he
spntnei s, against 1,97u,702. jor
$to ks at the seaboard and be
twenti-nine leading Soutbern inte se
cettre4 have decreated daring st
week 13.440 bales, again t a dcr
daring th-- corresponding period .
Including rtucks left over at 11
and interior towns f-m the last he
and the number of balk s brought
sight thus far, Itr the nePw ro od
supply to date i 8 557.815
against 8 518 70 for the same p
TEl W3tRLD's VISIBLE SUPPLY. i
New Orleans. L'.., March 8.-S he
t ry- Hester's statement o
visible: supply of
st 5 874,089 1 er
Skinds. inctuding ', . a,
et c.. 999,000 bates, against 731.000 last
C Tetotal world's visible supuly of
awith last year of 181,867 ba'ear.
e Of the world's visit.'te supply of c it.
aton there is now afloat and hld in
nGreat Britain and Continental EnropE
.1,867,000 bales, against 1,995,000 last
y ear; in Egypt 178,000 bales. ageust
l191,000 last year; in Todia 491,00C
Sba1as, against 325,000 last year, and in
the United S'ates I,52.o000 baleP,
r against 1,361.000 last year.
Prevented a Tragedy.
in Timely information given Mrs. Geo.
k Long, of New Straitsville, Ohio, pre.
es vented a dreadful tragedy and saved
ag two lives. A frightfutl congh had Ions
al kept her awake every night. She hadc
id tried many remedies :and doctors, but
te steadily grew worse ntil urged to try
>n Dr. King's New Discovery. One bot
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id this marvelous medicine also cnred
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Every bottle guaranteed. Trial bor
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1-FIgures of Particular Interest to at 'Les
-, The ~State.
at As Comptro!ler General Darham i
as soon to distribute the $100.000 to the
be credit of the schools fromi the disp -..
>n sary profi-s, County Superintende' t o:
W Education E B. Wallaca of this
as con'y, yesterday cslsed on Mr. Der
0- ham and called his attention to the
)y great oisparity in the enrollment oj
children in thbe schools of the severs
co)unties, leading to a m inifestly un
, just d'stributton of the m~ney, the en
n rollment being the basts. The fiznies
- show that something is radically
wrong somewhere in the method of
;making repor~te as to enrolliaent In
. deed it looks as if consider able guens
er work is being drne in somne counties.
t' Cer:ainly there c.n be no uniformity
'in the meihid of .ecuri-'g the fign-es.
d Tnere arc 269,875 scholars enrol'ed
2e in thehools of the S ate. ThiD in rela
in tion to the recent canana oopulat ion of
1 South Carolina shows that 20 per cent.
o of the population is enrolled in the
m- Niw, inR c'land'c~nity, according
te to the last teport-a county with th'
p- extensive Columtbia city schools and
a the large nutmber of schools ini the
o- o-untry the per cent. of population'en
it rolled is only 1.5, while in Saluda
at contv, with only a few townt schools,
d, the efficial figutes show 26 1-2 per cent.
>f Then there is Charleston county, with
n its large public school system; the fig
18 ures show the per cent. there to be
a only 11 1 2 per cent. against, f r in.
t2 sasee Edbflod's 4, ~o~r's 2 1
Lexinigtou's 22, Newerry's 25.. Pick.
ens' 23 1 2, etc. An examination of
the whole list shows the Richland and
Cbarlestou, almoEt beyond question
having a greater proportion of popu
iation enrolled, by the offical figures
have smailer proportions than any
other two countiss in the State. There
are 24 counties that have a percentage
over the average for the State and 16
under that average.
Superintendent Wallace ;s taking a
deep interest in the matter and Comp
troller Derham himself was much sur
prised when he examin-d the figu es.
What the care will be is bi-pily a mit
ter ot conjecture.
S iperinrendent Wallace intends to
get accurate returns in this county this
year. He intends to withhold the I
pay warrant of every teacher fail-g to
present his ac'ua' enrollment re r
Story of aSlave.
To be bound band and or thfor yeara
by the chains of diserge D. Wilamst
form of slavery. tells ho- such a
of Manceser, ee. He says: "My
slave was made hilpless for five years
wife his been d not turn over in bed
that she c?'r using two bottles of Eler
alone Af(ers, she ii wonderfu 1., im
tric BJY and able to do her ownt work."
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miracle working medicine is a godsend
to weak, sickly, rundown people.
Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50
cents. Sold by McMaster Co., drug.
BOB TAYLOR'S LECTURE.
Special Rates Secured from Towns Nearest
Ex-G ,v. Bob Tdy!or of Tennessee is
to give oae of his famous lectures at
Rock Hll on ths evening of the 19th
inst., under the auspices of the S. D.
Barron chapter of Dungh'ers of Con
federacy for the purpose of raising
fund4 to erect a motnent to the Con
Special rates hava been secured fUr
tli orcasion, tickets being on sale on
March 19th, good to return on the.20th.
Toe rates for the round trip are as
followc: Charlotte. $1; Pineville, 60c.;
Firt Mill, 40,.; Smith, 40-,; Lewi-,
50o.; Chester, 80 ; Cornwetll, $1 20;
B ack.t.ck, $1.40; Woodwa.rd $1.40;
White O.k. $1 60; Winnsboro, $2.00.
The lecture begins at 8:30 on tt.e
19th. Passengers from the. Souu e -n
will arrive at Rock HIl at 8:05 p. m.
and return at 10.39 p. M. A special
Doach will leafa Unarlotte, stopping at
all intermtdiste stations
Rcek Hill at 7:3
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the system of all impurities An
absolute cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con
stipation and kindred diseases.
"Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don't know howlI could
do without them. I have had
Liver disease for over twenty
years. Am now entirely cured.
Tuft's Liver Pills
JJSV ARRIVED, A CARLOAD
of YOUNG MULES. I have over
otn band, and *hey mnst go. If ron
want to buy a route eome to see mes
and I wili sell yot; cheaper than you
ein huy ani where else.
I have an' price mule or horse yon
want irom $10 ar.~ Also
all good workers and some good sad
dIe horser. Come to see me befors
I want to buy your cattle. Let mu
see them before you sell.
Winnsboro. 8. C.
-IN ALL ITS DEPARTMENIV
iwith a full stock of Caskets, Burbl
iCases and Coffins, constantly on hand,
and use of hearse when requested.
Thankful for past patronage and soliei
t asion for a share in the future, in thu
talis attended to at all hoa.
THLE ELLIOTJT GIN SHOP,
J. Ms BLLIOTT * 00.
The d You Have Always
use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Experiments that trifle wit
Xnfants and Children-Exp<
What is C
Castoria Is a harmless sub
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contains neither Opium, m
substance. Its age Is its gn
and allays Feverishness. I
Colic. It relieves Teething
and Flatulency. It assimil
Stomach and Bowels, givinj
The Children's Panacea-TI
The Kilnd You Hai
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?HC CCtETAuR COUPANV* TT M94
Notice to Voters
Tne Books of Rhgistration for regis
tering voters for the next municipal
Slection to be held on Mondas, April
1st, 1901, for Intendent and Wardens
ror the town of Winnsboro, S. C.. will
be opened at Mr. Jno M. Smith's
store Jar-uirv Lt, 1901, and closed
Marcb 31-i, 1901.
All voters for this election must
register within this time. ERch ap
>licant for re gist ration muo produce
)is coun.y regii-tration certificate and
own tax recett for all town ares
loe before be can register for town
J. E. CO AN,
theart, Sapervisor of
CLERK'S S ALE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
coUNTY OF FAIRFIhLD.
COURT OF COM ON PLEAS.
The Peop'es Bank of Winnsboro,
8. C., Plaintiff, v Sol. Welfe, H. C.
Wolfe, deceased, C. B. Wolfe, Sara
W DesPortes, Rebecca C. Brannon,
Etta L Natnan, D. J Kaufmar'
haabelle Barnch and Rose E Lytton,
In pursuance of an order -of thi
Gourt of Common Peas made in, thle
above at ed case, I wiil c(f-r for sale
before the Court House door in Win
bero, S. C., on the.
FIRST MON DAY IN APRIL
next, within the legal hours of sale
at public .utcry, to the highest bidder
the following described property, t<
All thcse two12its or parcels of land
lying,. bett'g and situate in tbe town o:
Winnsboro,in the County of Fairfie'
and State of S-muth Carolina aforesaid
known and designated on the plan o
said town as lotg numbered one hun
dred and forty-four (144) and fy
nine1(59), containing togethber three'
fourths oit an acre, and boundedl nort h
wardly by lots numb'ered one hundrh
and forty-three (14.) anid sixty (60)
,formerly occupied by Dr. T. T. Rob
ertson, deceased; eastwardly b *lot
numl'ered eighty-eix (86); south'
.waidly by lots nnmbered one hund.e
and forty five (145) and fifty~figni
(58), formerly owned b' L win W
Duval, a'.d now owned by M H
Mob~er; anid westwardly by Congree
etreet, 'o the rigt t (of way solal b:
Day d E. McD.mell to the Cha'rloit
and South Carojuta Railroad Compa't'
Als all those prem'ses liing, beinj
and situate ini the same town, t onnta
and State aforesaid, knowfo anad desig
neted on the plan of said. town as li
numberett eightrenevn (87) and par
of Jlot.i.urbere~d -fv -eight. (58), cotn
taming ibree-touriha of an'acre. men
or tees, andt bottneed on ths soeuth b
lots niumbered fifty-tine (59) ami
eightv-six (86); Onl -he eaSt b Zio
stree' ; on the -et by lo e numbe
fifty-seven (5i7) and eighty-eight (88)
anid on the wesi by land of the tnar
lotte, tnjlambia and Angusta Ritroal
Company (on the Moutnern Railwa'
('ompani) through which their rail
road track is constructed.
TERMS OF SALE
One-third of the purchase money i<
be paid i's cash, the balance "n a credi
of one and t wo years, (In two <.<i-s
annual instalments from the day o
sale), with ir.Utest fc'.m t e day o
sale, to be secured by' the bond of thl
purchasir an' a mortgage of 'h' ,rem
ises sald, with the rvilege to th
purchaser to ay the credit portion C
the pnrchase motnei or any part ibere
of in cash a' his option. Interest ti
he at the rate of eight per cent pe~
annum .The purchaser to pay for a]
JOHN W. LYLES,
March 9, 1901. C. C. P. F. C.
The One Day Cold Cure.
For colds and sore throat use Kermnott's Chocc
lates Lazative Quininec. Easily takeU as eand:
Bought, and which has been
has borne the signatnre of
ias been made under his per
supervision since its infancy.
r no one to deceive you in this.
and " Just-Cs-good" are but
hand endanger the health of
rience against Experiment.
stituto for Castor Oil, Pare.
Syrups. It is Pleasant. IO
orphine nor other Nareotio
arantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Troubles, cures Constipation
xtes the Food, regulates the
r healthy and natural sleep.
.e Mother's Friend.
re Always Bought
rer 30 Years.
We have trade-winnere. big-grad..
and low-in-price JE ATE RS-tbe t
economical ever irveted.
They will burn knots, chusks, CbhIA
Ind anything else that is combastib,
and will give greater heat With leM
fuel than any other stove in existence
md beat more quickly. They wil
keep the room warm all night---se
oghr and every bight. You can keep
r-ur room at any tempature. Thb
kre as cheap an coal & beaper i .
Scoal. stove. Thet . fajhnw~r
ILalso bay tn
We bave selso the new,
Heaters-5MOKELESS, IS 4
AND PORT ABLE-suitable for yes.
bed room, dining room, and parlor.
NONE BE TTER IAADE
Why. psy sixtyeight dollars for a
rang'e from ant agent wh'en you can
buy ae good orie st halt prie' t'or
s our home <tealersg who-have ar r-pa
tation to. asatain and whO wilI!-tre~a
you more fairly. Thie money _left at
homne with thbem is circulated at hom@
as mnnch as possible-that aent'away -
does noxgood locally.
R. W. Phillips,'
O bear Drug Co.
TO HlOI IT lAY COCEI
rALL PARTIES INDEBTED 70O
.tbe estate of Q. D. Wiliiford, d
a cea-ed, wit; ptea-e call and settle their
t- accounts with A . W Bruwn at thbe old
. .s.nd. J. L. M1IMNAUGH,
[c ;RALSAM .
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