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Edgefield Advertiser
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24.
LOGAu BREVITIES.
Gen. M. C. Butler and family
have returned to Washington.
Millinery just from Baltimore at
the Misses Ay cock. .
Hon. Geo. D. Tillman is in at
tendance on our court as a witness.
Whisky may improve with age,
but age doesn't improve with
whisky.
A l our stores, and business
houses will be closed to-morrow,
Thursday.
Misery likes company, but it is
better to have rheumatism in one
foot than both.
He who runs may read, but if he
is running for office the less he has
to say the better.
Presbyterian ladies entertain
ment at Trenton has been post
poned on account of illness of Mrs.
Mayes.
Col. E. J. Goggans, Saluda's sil
ver-tongued sockdollager, was in
town on Monday and Tuesday of
this week.
Dr. Gwaltney will preach before
' tho Ministers' Conference of the
State Baptist Convention at Bock
Hill Nov. 30th, next Tuesday.
Mr. P. B. Whatley, of Faifa, has
sent us a mammoth corn stalk. It
is fifteen feet, long and from ap
pearances av least three feat have
been cut off.
Sailors and Caps at reduced
prices at the Misses Aycock.
Rev. Mr. Leitch's meetings at
Harmony are numerously attend
ed, Edgefield, Johnston and the
country round about make up the
congregations.
It is always cold enough to kill
hogs when water gets colder stand
in the bucket than when first
drawn. This is an old saying in
Edgefield county and worthy of
all acceptation.
Dr. Gwaltney preached for the
Y. M. C. A. convention in Colum
bia on last Sunday by special re
quest, and as a consequence there
was no service in our Baptist
church on that day.
Mr. John Home died at his
father's home, near Epworth, on
Sunday, Nov. 14, and was buried
at Mountain Creek church on
Monday. Rev. Curtis, assisted by
Rev. Betts, conducted the funeral
servicer.
fjST~ Big sale of dry goods,
clothing, gents furnishing goods,
shoes, hats, etc., the ass;gned stock
of the Silver Shoe and Hat Co. and
Silver Dry Goods and Clothing Co.
These goods must go a* any price.
See Assignee Sheahan's advertise
ment in this issue.
Big assortment of Children's
Hats, pretty and cheap, at the
Misses Aycock.
The Hemans' Circle will meet at
the home of Mrs. Hattie Lanham
next Friday afternoon, at 4 o'clock.
Ladies and children who desire to
become members are requested to
be punctual. Roll call with quo
tations.
We are of the opinion from
what we have seeu and heard that
there is a great deal of meat and
bread in Edgefield oounty against
next year's eating, and more cot
ton lying round the yards and gin
houses than would be expected,
considering the cry of hard times.
Mr. C. J. RamRge, our esteemed
correspondent, "Semphronicus,'' is
soon to be admitted to the bar and
will practice at Saluda. Mr. Jas.
Y. Culbreath, Esq., of.Newberry,
will be associated with him. We
predict a brilliant career for friend
Ramage.
Mr. Robert T. Lincoln, son of
the great lamented, is making a
great hullaballoo over his daugh
ter's marriage to the son of a
railroad section boss. The Rich
mond Times ret^rVs shrewdly
that "the girl's grandfather would
have stopped splitting rails to join
in the festivities."
Negroes do not sneeze. This
matter, the reason why of it,seems
to be agitating the minds of scien
tists. The debate on the subject
occupied nearly an hour at the
meeting of the International Sur
gical Association, which held a
convention in the old Lincoln
Hail some ton days ago.
Mr. Lewis Harmon, one of the
150 bale planters of the west side
of Edgffield county, bas stopped
picking the cotton that still re
mains in his fields and is thresh
ing it out-with sticks to be left on
the ground as manure. He says
at present prices cotton is not
worth picking and ho is done with
the stuff for all time.
Read W. T. Bradley's letter ir
this issue of the ADVERTISER. Hie
advice is to plant cotton and pease
together, one row of cotton and on?
row of pease. In this way you cul
down the production of cotton, in
crease i he quantity of pease, anc
bring up the land to a high degref
or fertility. Wherever you plaui
cotton this year put pease next
year, keeping this up until youi
land becon.es as rich as Texaf
Brazos bottoms.
Speaking of the fact that a kill
ing frost came so late tb is fall, ou:
old friend J M. Bell told us a fev
dav? ago that it is not at all re
markahle. He says that in 184(
the first killing frost of that yea
was on the night of the 10th o
I>r ember, and that on the day be
f;>re the cotton fields were full o
blooms.
The ladies of the Ropers se<
will give a concert on Thur
night of this week, the 25th i
for the purpose of cancelling
debt on the Baptist parsoi
admission 25 cents. Let ei
body attend. We are sure
will be charmingly entertai
besides having the satisfactio:
helping a good work. The coi
will be given in the Suudsy sc
house.
Ladies, you will find pretty 3
in the latest styles and colors
a guarantee to please at the Mi
Ay cock.
J. W. DeVore, Esq., publinh
card in this week's issue of
ADVERTISER in which he decl
to stand for the House of Re
sentatives-to be one of
Big Six. The sentiments he
presses in this card, io which
declares that he does'not feel
Dable without greater pr?par?t
and study of representing the g
people of Edgefiold in such a p
tion, do credit to his head
heart. But our friend is enti
too modest for this scrambl
get-there-by-all-meaus age. 1
he is competent, abundantly c
petent, goes with^"t sayiDg;
as this modesty is . J the interee
his clients, present and prospect
and his profession, we must 1<
goat that, hoping that at *<
early date he may reconsider
ieud his counsel and his aid to
law making department of
State government.
To Edgefleld Methodists.
The ' following note handed
by Rev. Mr. Dautziex will exp]
itself: x.
To the Members of the Edgefi
Methodist Church :
Dear Brethren : I have b
much hindered by long con ti DJ
family affliction from calling uj
each member for his .?'.nuual c
tributiou to our conference col
tions, viz., missions, worn
preachers, education, etc. Th?
fore take this opportunity of
pealing to those I have not pers
ally seen, and earnestly requ
that their several contributionc
handed to me without waiting
personal call, ou or before the
Sunday in December, which ^
be my last appointment here
fore conference, so that I may
prepared to make proper reporl
that body.
D. Z. DANTZLER, P. C
Johnson's
Chill and
Fever
Tonic
Cures Fever
In One Dav,
Mr. DeVore Declines to ?un i
the Legislature.
MR. EDITOR: Please annour
that I am not one of the "six la
yera" who will run for the leg
lature in the next primary,
stabed in the last issue of yo
valuable paper. To my frien
who have been urging me for soi
time to enter the race, I will 8
that I am bettor prepared to repi
sent clients in the courts than
am to represent the people in t
legislature, and for that reas?
will devote my time to the practi
of law, soliciting all of that bui
nese that I can do, thaukiugn
friends at the same time for th?
good will towards me. I am o
of those who do not believe
man fit or suitable to represent t,
people unless he has prepared bir
self for that purpose before he
elected, because it is too expensi
to send a mau there ou pay to g
ready for the business after ho
elected, and not having given tl
subject, or rather the duties, of
legislituremau or the wants ai
necessities of the people a studh
consideration in recent years,
feel that I could not do justice
them as a representative.
Respectfully,
J. W. PEVOBB.
Quinine end other fe
yer medicines take from*
to ld days to care feyer
Johnson's Chill and Fera
Tonic cures in ONE DAY
Mr. Bradley's Plan to Piar
Cotton.
To the Editor of the State ; It i
a fact well known to every one thi
1 our financial condition is depresse
-I mean the Southern States-an
1 it is all due to the fact that we ar
getting nothing for cotton, ou
1 money crop ; and this is causee
as wo well know, by overprodut
? tion. Various remedies have bee
t suggested. It is a problem thc
? has taxed the minds of our bes
' thinkers and most practical fara
ors for years. That somethin
t must be dono is evident, or Wi
r cannot eeo future relief.
3 I suppose it will not come amis
for me to give my expeiience i;
the fond hope that what I say wi!
r be the means of doing somethin
>' to relieve the situation. I hav
; made a study of this subject am
J shall attempt to give you m;
f experience.
lt is universally conceded tha
f reduction of acreage is the cure fo
all the ills. How to bring abou
Men's
Suits
i
at $7.50
at $10
. at $12
at $15
Men's
Suits.
0
this reduction is the question. Any
of the plans suggested would
bring the desierd relief if carried
out.
My plan is this: Let the farmer
prepare as much land for cotton
as ho may wish, but when he is
ready to plant, let him plant every
other row in cotton, and in June
Jet him plant the remaining rows
in peas.. This, you will observe,
reduces the acreage one-half, but
does not rectace the yield so much,
as my experience"teaches me.
I make at least three-fouxths of
a crop of cotton, and peas without
limit. You enrich your land,
so that in a few years you eau
make a bale per acre with every
alternate row in peas, have an
abundauce of feed, and conse
quently fat stock and your bacon
at home. Besidee, you Bave one
half fertilizer, one-half hoeing and
onethird plowing.
We have in cultivation this
year 24, 000,000 acres. We will
make (in round numbers) 10,000,
000 bales. This cotton is worth,
at the present price $250,000,000.
Now, to follow the pea suggestion,
we would have 12,000,000 in
cultivation, which would yield
7,500,000 bales, or $300,000 at 8c.
pound, a gain of $50,000,000, to
say nothing about the cost of pro
duction, which, as I have shown,
would be about one-half.
If it is not desirable to plant so
many peas, you can plant pindars,
sweet or Irish potatoes, with equal
success. I bought ten acres of
very poor land.farmed it as above
suggested, aud to-day I am offered
$400 for the ten acres. I am mak
ing a bale of cotton per acre, and
corn, etc., in proportion.
Now, Mr. Editor, what has
been done on a small scale can be
done on a large one. Let any mau
follow this plan and he will have
a like experience.
W. T. BRADLEX.
Troy, S. C., Nov. ll, 1897.
Petit Jnror.% Third Week.
S B Marsh, J H Mayson,
P Faulkner, J N Schen?,
Will Hudson, John Strother,
N L Broadwater, Yancy Bryant,
T C McDaniel, W H Ryan,
T P Robertson, S P Walls,
S G Hammond, J C Seigler,
C D Kenney, JJE Hammond,
Jacob L Smith, J T Parkman,
P S Middleton, J T Christian,
J T McMauns, W A Hobbs,
W L Dunovant, T G Lasure,
W F Sheppard, J B Nelson,
J P Ouzts, J L Ludwiok,
Jule Strother, F M Warren,
Pickens Pruitt, C W Burris,
L Harling, J M Morgan,
J L Stone, J B Adams.
Advertised Letters.
List ofletters remaining in the Post
Office at Edgefleld C. H., S. C., Nov.
at), 1887 :
Mrs Hannah Dobey,
M?88 Agnes Belle Gowdy,
Mrs Noris Ramsy,
L E Farley,
Arthur Holloway,
Sam Gary,
O A Reinard,
William Skerry.
When asking for letters on this list
say "advertised."
Very respectfully,
W. H. BRUKSOK, P. M.
ONE OF TWO WAYS,
The bladder was created for one pur
pose, namely, a receptacle for the
urine, andas 6uch it is not liable to
any form of disease except by one of
two ways. The first way is from im
perfect action of the kidneys. The
second way is from careless local treat
ment of other diseases.
CHIEF CAUSE.
Unhealthy urine from unhealthy
kidneys is the chief cause of bladder
troubles. So the wornt), like the blad
der, was created for one purpose, and
if not doctored too much is not liable
to weakness or disease, except in rare
oases. It is situated back of and very
close to the bladder, therefore any
pain, disease or inconvenience mani
fested in the kidneys, back, bladder or
usinary passage is often, hy ^intake
attributed to female weakness or
womb trouble of some sort. Tlia2rror
is easily made and may be as easily
avoided. To find out correctly, set
your urine asido for 24 hour; s
sediment or settling indicates kidney
or bladder trouble. The mild and the
extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer'i
Swamp Root, the great kidnej
and bladder remedy, is soon real
?Ted. If you need a medicine you
should have the best. At druggists
price fifty cents and one dollar
You may have a sample bottle anc
pamphlet both sent free by mail* Men.
tion the ADVERTI->BU and2seud youi
address to Dr. Kilmer A, Co., Bing
hamton, N.T. The proprietor of thii
paper guarantees the genuineness o
this offer.
We Sincerely chal
lenge any store in
the South to match
ours. Varieties, styles,
qualities, tailoring
can't be equalled any
where else, unless you
pay 25 percent, more
money.
0 U6TA.QA.
BROAD and 9th STREETS.
Johnson's
Chill and
Fever -
Tonic
Cures Fever
In One Day.
Valuable Land for Sale.
I will offer for sale af Green
wood, S. C., on Jan..3rd. 1898, 975
acresof land aB follows:
Lot No. 1, known aV^h?^.Dr.
Thoa. Lake place in Greenwooli
county, situated on the Martin
Town road, in - town
ship near Kirksey P. 0., contain
ing 300 acres with an elegant eight
room brick house, store house,
three tenant houses, barn, stables,
etc Tract No. 2, 100 acres, two
tenement, houses. Tract No. 3,
240 acres, two tenement houses,
etables, etc. Tract No. 4, 118 acres,
one tenement house, principally
woodland. Tract No. 5 containing
74 acres, all natural forest. Tract
No. 6, known as the Rye Lot, con
taining 118 acres, largely wopf?
land. ' j
Terms: One-fourth cash,^bal
ance one and two yearB time.
H. W. CELY, Adminisfcr.
ELECTION NOTICE,
There will be an election held
in the Court House of the Town of
Edgefield, S. C., on Monday, Feb.
21, 1898, to determine whether or
not -the Town shall surrender -her
charter and be incorporated under
the act of the General Assembly
of South Carolina for 1896.
W. W. ADAMS, Intendant.
Attest-T. B. LANHAM, Clerk.
Managers of Election : W. E.
Dobey, Dr. F. Rose TimmonB, W.
H. Bee. Nov. 10,1897.
Municipal Registration
Notice.
The books for the registration of
the voters of the Town of Edge
field, S. C., will be opened at my
store from Wednesday, Nov. 10th,
1897, to Saturday, Feb. 12th, 1898,
said registration being for a spe
cial election to be held in said
town, as to re-chartering under the
act of the General Assembly oi
1896. J. L. MIMS,
Supervifcor Registration Town oi
Edgefield, S. C. Nov. 10, ?9?
Teachers
and
Scholars,
OF EDGEFIELD
AND VICINITY
Great bargains in school books, ne?
and second hand. All kinds. Als?
tine Bibles, Albums and Holida;
Goods. We make a specialty of Pic
tnre Framing and Photo Frames, Art
ist's Materials, etc.
Ye Olde Booke Store
830 Bread St., Augusta, Ga.
WM
Demand
for Cotton
GIVES US A GREA:
ADVANTAGE OVE1
OTHER MARKETS
WE ARE NOW MAK
ING LIBERAL
Cash Advances
On Cotton to
Be Held for
Higher Prices.
Daviflsoa & Far?
COTTON FACTORS,
AUGUSTA, - G.
$16,000. ' $16,000.
At
GREAT ASSIGNEE'S SALE
AT
SILVER BL
CONSISTING OF
j VkV I III81U^ U3?ytUU^ Mai
6ENTS FHRHI8r?IH6S. ETC.
?The entire etook of $16,000 worth of goode must bu closed out within
the next
SIXTY BAYS
Regardless of Cost.
They MUST go at any price. Remember this is a bonafide sale.
Everything in stock to go at any price.
Don't let this opportunity pass, for you may never have another
like it to buy goods at your own price.
JNO. D. SHEAHAN, Assignee,
Silver Shoe and Hat Co. and
Silver Dry Goods and Clothing Co.
We beg to respectfully call the attention of the insuring
! public to our Insurance Agency located in Cte rear of The
! Farmers Bank. We represent only iirst class reliable Com
; panies in all of our departments, as our customers will testify
to. Among them are the following:
iETNA INSURANCE CO., Assets over...$ 11,000,000
CONTINENTAL INTS. CO., Assets over 8,000,000
PENNSYLVANIA INS. CO.. Assets over 4,000,000
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., Assets over 1,000,0'JO U. S.
Branch'.
We will write business anywhere in Edgefleld ur Saluda
Counties. We represent the Mutual Benefit f.ife Insurance
Company, which pays the largest dividends of any life com
pany doing business in this part of the country and they are
paid annually, thereby reducitlg th" premium ( very year.
GRIFFIN & PADGET
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
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11
-DISTILLHBS AKD SOLK CONTROLLERS OF THE
^ - CELEBRATED
Guggenheimer Whiskies.
To secure good pure-liquors always buy direct from the distiller.
We quote you the following prices o i the Guggpnheimer Pure Rye :
7 YEARS OLD
10 YEARS OLD
12 YEARS OLD
$3.00 Per Gallon.
4.00 Per Gallon.
5.00 Per Gallon.
Put up in one, two and three gallon jugs, nud cases of twelvo (12) full
quart bottles. No charge for packing, packages or cases ; packed in
plain boxes, with no marks or brands.
dil Express Mes Prepaid ly Us.
. These goods are sold under a positive guarantee to be strictly pure,
and beet for Family and Medicinal purposes. If not satisfactory can
return same at our expense, and we will return your money.
Allshipinents must be for TWO (1) OR MORE GALLONS.
tft? ' Addres all communications to our office and shipping rooms
101, 103, 10?, 107 SOUTH MAIN ST., - FINDLAY, OHIO.
^T*We refer you to your Banker, Dun or Bradstreet.
Sloes, Ms
and
YOU MUST WEAR
CLOTHES .
OUR FALL STYLES ARE READY.
They are as cheap and better than
ever. We have scoured the markets
and aft??r unrelenting efforts, careful
study and forethought, have gathered
the best that modern science and skill
ed workmanship can produce.
We can show you the Newest.Brignt
est and most Fashionable Clothing for
men and boys ever offered a well dress
ed community. The rise in the new
tariff laws will not interfere with our
prices. Having bought our Clothing
early and before the tariff was put on ;
it enables is to give the lowest prices
on the Best Clothing ever offered to
0'ir customers.
CHILDRENS' SUITS,
FROM Sl.00 UP
To a real elegant one at a reasonable
price. Young Men's Suits from $3 to
$10. Don't fail to see our Men's Wool
suits at $3.50. >Ve have a full line of
Men's Blue, Black and Colored, Single
and Double breasted Suits tbat we are
offering at $7.50. These suits are all
wool, cut in the latest style and will
give you perfect satisfaction.
SHOES ? SHOES!
Our dtock of Shoes is complete in every
line for Men, Women and Children
Don't forget that we are the agents
here for the well known Bay State
Shoes. Every pair warranted to give
perfect satisfaction.
Hats and - - -
Men's Furnishings.
If you want a stylish Hat, a pair of
Gloves, the latest thing in Shirts, Col
lars and Cuffs or an up-to-date Tie,
etc.,see our line. Its all right, both as
to Btyle and price.
We ask jour investigation of our
stock, whether you buy or not. Its
worth your time. It will save you
money.
E. B. HA RT'
Sept. 29.
Maps of Edgefield county, con
taining both Saluda and Green
wood, for pale at thiscflice.
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There Are No Rings
Around
The Peerless PEAK !
DISLOCATED PROFITS OX ALL ?OUR GOODS! How Dis
located? Why all the profits go the;rurcnaser except the very
smallest "smidgin" to us; We are able to sell cheaply because
we buy for cash and of the largest wholesale houses on the con
tinent. Besides we buy largely and now have on our shelves
and counters the heaviest stock that can be shown in the county.
Come and see and be com vi need that it is the truth we are tell
ing you.
??e?ici ^liisl l^eacl lillis!
Just opened 200 cases ol* the best and cheapest Shoes you ever saw. Don't
niss us if you want a bargain in Shoes.
Auel OTiiis Too !
Our DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT is now complete, and teeming with
:he most Fashionable stuffs and the best values. Inspect our elegant stock of
UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY and GLOVES. Dear the prices and you will buy
OLTJ^ GLOTHIJsTG- STOCKT.
See it, and you will be forced to say that no such stock, is regards solidity
ityle and cheapness has ever been brought to Edgelield. On our counters yon
viii lind a large and well assorted s tock.of men's and boys'Hats and Caps.
Sew arrival in Trunks and Valises, and they arc very cheap.
OUE WKAPC' CAPES, BEEFERS AND BLAZERS ! ! ! -
As regards our .'raps, Capes. Reefers and Blazers, words cannot describe
;hem. They must ' J seen and priced.
Hats o-iicl Ritotoons.
Our lines tn these goods are by far the most attractive we haver ever yet
jfiered.
TUMBLE TO THE RACKET.
We want your trade, and extend to one all and a cordial invitation to visit
is and see the greatest variety of goods ever gathered under one roof in Edge
leld.
J. W. PE AK,
The Johnston Institute.
THERE are schools and schools, but there are some reasons why you should
patronize the Johnston Institute : v
1st.-Johnston is a healthful location, on the famous "Ridge," which com
prises portions of Aiken, Edgefield, Lexington and Saluda Counties. It
is absolutely free from malaria. The same diurnal range of temperature
as Santa Barbara, Cal.
2nd.-Johnston is a moral community with few allurements to vice. No bar
rooms or vicious company to degrade r,iic students.
3rd.*-The Superintendents conduct two boarding halls-Pickens Hall for
young men and Rebecca Motte Hall for young ladies. In these Halls the
students are under restrictions sud give their undivided time to their
studies.
4th.-The Institute is conducted ona Military basis. Boys are permitted, but
not required, to wear uniforms. This uniform is cheap, handsome and
durable. Students are taught to obey, as one can never rule well until
he first learns to obey well.
5th.-Our cou-se of study is thorougb^practical and progressive. We flt stu
dents for life, as College Diplomas are issued to those who deserve them.
Gi li -We have Special Departments offering superior instructions in Book
keeping, Painting and Music. Cal! and see the character of work done.
Our rooms are open to inspection.
7th.-We have a big school. There is something stimulatingand inspiringabout
large schools, because children learn not only from books but by ab
sorption.
8th.-We have eleven teachers, S. M. Martin. John Lake, A. J. Reamy, C. C.
He bert, Miss A. S. Arnold, Miss Sophie Swearin?en, Mrs. L. C.Latimer,
Miss Sue Sloan, Mrs. S. S. Cobb, Mrs. J. H. White, Mrs. A. J. Reamy. We
will add more if necessary.
9th.-Our School is un<ter Christian influence, but strictly uniectarian. No
narrow denominational lines are drawn.
10th-We are giving the best possible education at the least possible cost.
The Instit.i!e is the school for the people. Board and tuition from $10
;:o $12 per month, according to grade. Provisions taken in payment of
board. Students received at any time. For fu Cher information address
Co-Si?neriatendents.
We wish to call your attention to the very fine assortment of Druggists
Supplies we carry in stock, viz : Drugs, Chemicals, Medicinal Preparations,
(Patent and Proprietary), Foods for Infants and Invalids, Perfumes, Soi.ps,
Combs, Tooth, Nail, Hair and Shaving Brushes in endless variety. Rubber
Goods, a full assortment, also a full line of sundries too numerous to mention
Tobacco, Pipes, Cigars and Cigarettes.
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You select your physician, why not select your druggist? We use nothing
but pure drugs and chemicals, and do not substitute in case we have not the
article prescribed. Our prices are low and within the reach of all for reliable
service. Mr. F. Berkhan, Uh. G., of Charleston, who has over 20 years expe
rience has charge of this department. Give us a trial and be convinced.
* * * SODA WATER. * $ *
If you are out walking or riding stop and try one of our various refresh
ing drinks or Bon Bons made from the choicest fruit. Ice Cream Soda Mon
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Respectfully,
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Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles, Etc.
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Calls by Telephone promptly answered and attended to.
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Coi* Steves, Stove Pans, Stove Pipe, Tinware, fell - Buckets
^jajsrcrz C-?OCEHIES,
Loaded Shells, Canned Goods, Confeetionaries.
Evaporators Repaired or made to Order.
LARGEST COOK STOVE FOR THE MONEY.
Coffee Pots, Milk Buckets.and Covered Buckets made from the best of
Tin in the market. Repairs for Cook Stoves 1 sell, kept in stock. Call
on or address
CHAS. A.. AUSTIN,
CTOECnSTSTOUSI", s.e.

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