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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21.
I LOCAL AND PEESONAL. ?
Easter Sunday comes on the 15th of
April this time.
Cotton in Augusta to-day, Tuesday,
13 9% for middling.
Gen. M. C. Butler is at home from
Washington fora few days.
The Rev. P. P. Blalock will preach
at Berea on next Sunday at ll o'clock*
The report comes to us from Green
wood that D. A. G. Ouzts of that city
will be a candidate for Secretary of
W. H. Teldell will be a candidate
for clerk of court of Abbeville county,
provided his friends can induce him
L. Sheppard, R. G. Cheatham, and
Will Cobb, all of, or lately ot, Edge
field, are candidates for sheriff of Ab
The department at Washington is
sending out to farmers packages of
the velvet bean seed for exj erimental
purposes, write for 'em.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Haiti wanger and
Dr. and Mrs. F. W. P. Butler have re
turned from their northern trip, much
to the delight of their friends.
List your property with W. Ni Bur
nett, Real Estate Agent, if you wish
to sell or rent, and don't wait. It costs
you nothing unless he disposes of your
From various sources we learn'bat
the small grain was injured by the
freezes of the winter not so as to ma.-e
a failure of the crop but oats especial
ly are materially hurt. *
Parrott & Barker 615 Lipincott,
building, Philadelphia, are anxious for
lands with a deposit of soapstone on
them.* If there are any such in Edge
field, blow your horn.
Mr. Henry C. Watson offers this,
week for the office of Auditor, Mr.
Watson enjoys a good reputation as a
business man and, if elected, would
make a good officer.
The Edgefield Building and Loan
Association had some very attractive
features. Read their local in this is
sue and be wise in time by investing
therein and becoming a houre-builder
A Yankee chemist clai.ns to have
discovered a substance sweeter than
sugar. Yon put a teaspoonful in a
barrel of water and nave sweetened
water enough to do you for a whole
The go-anner and the jo-anner con
tinues io roll out. Three months ago
the indications were that less of the
?Cuff would be used than ever oefqre,*.
now the "pointers are all the other
Capt J. J. Bunch, of the westside,
an Jold Confederate war /veteran, was
in town on Monday and Tuesday of
tjbis week. The genial 'Captain has
many warm friends in Edgefield, town
It was'George Bell Timmerroan who
won tb* gold medal pjize for oratory
at the Patrick, Military Institute, not
6.2. Timmerman as we bid it last
week. ' George is the youngest son of
Dr. W. H. Tim merman, and named for
bis grandfather, the late George Bell.
A remarkable showing.is that made
by the Farmers Bank in this issue of
the Adveitiser. 8 per cent dividend
paid in cash to stockholder's and 5 per
cent added to the surplus fund is "out
of sight" in banking circles ia this
State. Stockholders are of course de
lighted with results for the year.
Dr. W. G. Browne, the celebrated
oculist and optician, is in town fora
few days. His rooms are at tue Edge
field hotel where he will be glad to see
those of our citizens who may need bi;
services or advice. Consultation
free. Dr. Browne needs no introduc
tion to the people of our town and
community, as be is well known here
A few negroes met at Macedonin
ball in our town on last Tuesday and
(a batters dozen) elected the following
delegates .to the republican conven
tion wbicb meets in Columbia : Pai i1
Simkins, Arthur Simkins, Andrev
Simkins, and Charlie Holmes. The ne
groes of the county, as a whole, ar
taking no stock in this thing, and ver;
The court of common pleas was con
vened on Monday morning of thi
week. The first case set for trial wa
that of the Townes Brothers agains
tbe city council of Augusta, and thi
ease alone will ocoupy the court fo
several days. The attorneys an
Croft & Tillman, and N. G. Evans fo
the plaintiffs; Sheppard Bros., an
Thurmond of Edgefield, and Messri
Davidson and Barrett of Augusta, fo
OeT- "dant. Court will probably las
all of tbir? ."?nd next week as there ar
several important oases for trial.
The following are the characters i
the* play to be presented in the Opei
House on Friday, March 30th msi
mentioned in these columns last weel
J. Judge Henry Buttons, a retir?.
Judge and wealthy mill owner, Ge
. % Harotd Thomas, a gentleman <
leisure, Lewis Entzminger.
3. Henry Hansell, a mechanic, Ii
R. A, Marsh,
4. Aristotle Tbompkins, M. P. Wei
fi. Horatio Squash, S, M. Smith, tl
judge's most intimate friends.
6. Julius, Geo. Mims, Neb. Prof.
F, Entzminger, the Judge's servants.
7. Policeman, R. T. Scurry.
6. Laura Bell, tbe Judge's ward, Mi
g, S. Bailey.
ft, Mrs, Hanseil, Henry's mothe
Miss Effie Allen.
10. Dolly, a maid, Miss Angel :
Hiram Lowe says that in North Car
olina everybody and bis wife plant
Irish potatoes on St. Patrick's day in
the morning; this has been tte cus
tom there for centuries and they nev
er, never fail to make big crops.
Hiram also says that when fruit trees
bloom during moonsbiney nights,
there will be no fruit on trees so
blooming, and for that reason there
wil! be no peaches t?i8 year. Per con
tra, Sanr Taylor says he cannot endorse
and corroborate Hiram's statements in
their entirety; that he himself' lived
in North Carolina for four decades and
never saw or heard of a North Caro
linian who ever saw or beard of St.
Patrick's day in the morning.
A CARD OF THANKS.
A few days ago, a number of
friends, some members, some not
members of the church, sent me a j
new top-buggy. I confess it would
suit me better, if it were not so
stylish ; nevertheless, I hope to
enjoy in its use many . n hour of
comfort and pleasure.
I shall prize it for 3 intrinsic
worth, but much more as an ex
pression of the esteem and affec
tion of those generous friends who
united in this gift.
I eau return only my heart-felt j
thanks. Please accept the assu
rance of my grateful aopreciation
and devoted love.
Truly and fraternally,
L. R. GWALTNEY.
"If Her Majesty'.) ucemraent,"
say the two Presidents in their
telegram to Lord Salisbury, "ie
determined to destroy the indepnd
ence of the republics, there is
nothing left to us and to our
people but to persevere to the end
in the course already begun." Hoc
Majesty's Government is determine
ed? os stated by its chief spok?e
man, to destroy the independence
of the republics. The war is not
NUBIAN TEA curas Dyspep
sia, Constipation and Indi*
gestion. Regal'.tea the Liver. Price, 25 eta,
For sale by G. L. Penn &Son.
Is the only place in Edger!
We are the manufacturers'
I NO I W?ar 01
I DECEPTION. 1 Wear Bay
= ALL GOODS 5 Others do.
I MARKED =
S IN PLAIN
Broad and Narrow Tires.
Michigan Station bulletin J65 IE
on "Draft oi Farm Implements.''
The tests reported were of wagons,
subsoiler, harrows and mowers,
The draft was determined by
means of a self-recording dytnome
Comparative tests were made ol
broad (four-inch) and narrow (one
and five-eighths-inch) tires or
on different kinds of roads.
"The reultsall favor TO a verj
marked degree the wide tires
While upon a gravel road, hard
smooth and well packed, the differ
ence in draft is but 6.62 per cent
using a narrow tire as a basis
upon sod or raw ground, the differ
ence is so marked as to be de
cisive." On sod the draft was 23.31
percent in favor wide tires; 01
corn stubble, 32.82 per cunt. Thes
tests were all made with wagon
carrying a load of 4,500 pounds
A comparison was made of th
dratt of a wagon with the loa
equally distributed on all fon
wheels and with the load plaoe
over one axle; "The results seei
show that where tha road is fin
and smooth it IB immaterii
I whether the load is evenly di
tributed over the four wheels <
bot, but where the ground is so
is increased if the weight is vei
argely upon the front or the hin
lwheele." In trials of hitching tl
horses to the whiffletrees in theo
dinary manner and to the end
Improved White ?
.S.-; \. -jN* +.?Sv.'
Now we Can Bay it C. O. D.
Columbia, S. C., March 17.
Ever since the state dispensary
law went into effect those in charge
of its enforcement have been pro
ceeding opon the assumption that
liquor shipped into the state by
express C. O. D. was to be con
siddered liquor sold in this state
and was therefore liable to confisca
tion by the constables as contrab
and stuff. The constables have
always been seizing liquor so sh Ki
ped, and it seems no one raised
the point. Finally the Southern
Express company on account of
the number of confiscations, deter
mined to instruct its agents
elsewhere not to take such ship
ments for South Carolina points.
But the legality of this tbe-comp?flJ*j
any doubted, and a few days agc
the matter was presented to the
governor in proper shape. Gov.
McSweeney referred it to the
attorney general's office and
Assistant Attorney General Gun
ter got to work on the law of the
caee with result that he yesterday
filed his opinion, which shows that
C. 0. D. shipments, do not violate
the law and that all the confisca
tions heretofore made have beeD
without legal authority.
. Ellen Butler, colored, is in great
trouble and has left Edgefield for
parts unknown. She . was tried
last week before Judge . Benet on
Thursday laBt for assault and
battery of a high and aggravated
nature, and a sealed verdict awaits
her return. An inquest was held
over the dead body of Amelia
Duncan, colored, and Dr. R. A.
Maret, who made the post mortem
examination, gave it as his opinion
.that Amelia Duncan came to her
death from wounds inflicted with
-a stick, on the 16th day of January,
1900. The coroner's jury rendered
a verdict in accordance with e
above. A warrant has been sw.
?out chargiing Ellen Butler wi
eld where you can buy the
agents, you pay no jobbers
ie pair and you will always
State Shoes as hundreds of
N & MIMS.
the tongue, the result showed no
marked difference in point or
method of attachment. Removing
the grease from the skeins and
boxes of the wheels and adding a
little grit increased the draft of a
wagou 23.34 per cent.
Jurors, March Term, 1900.
Jordan G Byrd, Jas C Lowrey,
W L Bolton, J H A Williams,
J F Payne, ? Butler P Bryant,
J W Hester, J T McManus,
J P Harling, Jas Padgett,
W P Sharpton, S T Williams,
W E Eubanks, T R Denny,
J R Reece, J L Hart,
Pet?;r H Dorn, Butler Gray,
B B JoneB, T M Glover,
J W Marsh, G P Howard,
W L Dunovant, John G Hoard,
A Horne, S D Byrd,
C L Crouch, WLRiddlehoovei
Ossamus Hall, J N Harmon,
J Timioerman, A C Yonce.
H E Bunch, JHP Roper,
B S Holland, L R Hammond.
Buy a Home
With Rent Money.
Tbe Edfre?eld Building and Loan As
sooiation offers you tbe opportunity
buy a borne for what you are now pay
ing as rent.
Tbe monthly payments on $',000.0
On $500.00 it is just ?? tbis amount
This is tbe safest, tbe surest, th
easiest way for a working man to bu
The payments are small and monti
ly, and the interest is only 8 per cen
EDO..FIELD fi. & L. ASBOOIATZOJ
at tbe Bank of Edgefleld.
IT IS Tl
And I have a
-which are tl
Also a Fresh
Tillman Takes Hoar to Task.
Washington, March 13.-Spe
rial: Senator Hoar has incurred
.ho displeasure of Senator Tillman
Dy lending himself to a party of
;olored man to make a personal at
;ack upon the "Pitch Fork" Senator
.brough a Senatorial petiton. Dur
ng the morning hour in the Senate
;o-day senator Hoar presented a
ong petition, Bigned by a number
jf colored citizens, which severely
irrainged Senator Tillman, by for
lame, indecent language against
the negro race daring a recent
lebate in Senate ? he petitioners
;laim that tn? language used
by Senator Tillman was a'disgrace
to that honorable body, calculated
to corrupt the morals of all
?vho associate with the semor
Prom Sout h Coroliua. In present
ing the petitition Senator Hoar
remarked that he supposed that
the petitioners were citizens
Df the State of South Carolina. '
Senator Tillman was not in the
3?rate when the petition was
presented, but his attention being
jailed to the ?ubject, he took the
petition from the clerk's desk and
ascertained its contents. He found
that the signers of the petition
are colored men residing in Was
hington city, and not his con
stituents, as Senator Hoar had
stated. With a determined ex
pression on his face, the South
Carolina Senator went over to call
the venerable Massachusetts
Senator to account for the some
what questionable part he had
played in the transaction. The I
conversation that passed between
the two Senators was in subdued
tones, for Senator Allen, of
Nebraska, was trying to untangle
his record on free silver, which
some caxelegftnewspaper corresponr
dent had1 snarted in one of the
nobraska paperB. It was easy to
observe that Senator Tillman wasi
angry, as he had a right to be, and'
he looked and acted is if he was
giving Senator Hoar a good-sized
chunk of his rougb-and-tumble
mind. The Massachusetts Sena
tor was evidently trying to fur
nish a satisfactory explanation for
>aving presented a petition mak
lg such a violent attack upon a
- other Senator, but he did not ap
pear to be making a success in that
direction. There was a look of
trouble upon his well-bleached
face, and a decided flush of red
passed over his countenance at in?
tervals as if to punctuate the vig
orous remarks Seuator Tillman
was making. It appears that Sen
ator Tillman charged Senator Hoai
with committing an act that wat
not only cowardly, but beneath the
lowest grade of senatorial courtesy
and dignity. He charged that it
would have been more manly had
Senator Hoar made the attack ot
his personal responsibility, instead
of shielding himself behind a pe
tition signed by pei sons unknown
to the Massachusetts Senator. Thc
incident passed for the time being
without any public demonstratio!
on the part of Senator Tillman
but the incident is not regarded
as closed. The South Caroline
Senator is naturally indignant 01
the subjecc and be may mak<
'Grand-mother" Hoar feel uncom
fortable some way.
R. M. L.
Women as Well as Mer
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessen", an. bi ti o n ; beauty, v ?go
"_,, - and cheerfulness soo
disappear when the klc
neys are out of orde
Kidney trouble ha
become so prevale:
that it ls not un com m c
for a child to be bor
afflicted with weak klc
neys. If the child uri:
ates too often, If th
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the chi)
reaches an age when lt should be able i
control the passage, it ls yet afflicted vdt
bed-wetting, depend upon lt. the cause <
the difficulty ts kidney trouble, and the fir
step should be towards the treatment <
these Important organs. This unpleasa
trouble ls due to a diseased condition of tl
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit J
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made ml
erable with kidney and bladder troubl
and both need the same great rem ed
The mild and the immediate effect
Swunp-Root ls soon realized, lt ls sc
by druggists, in fifty
cent and one dollar i
sizes. You may have a j
sample bottle by mall
free, also pamphlet tell- Bama ct swnop-Ro
lng all about it. Including many of 4
thousands of testimonial letters receto
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kiln
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y., be sure fl
meatkw tots paper.
fresh variety of
ie BEST on the
lot Eastern Seed
Suit Begun vs. The Southern.
Hon. N. G. Evaus and MessrB.
Thurmond & Calhouu of th is place,
representing Messrs. Bell &. Davis
merchan ts of Edgefield, filed a very
important suit in the clerk's office
on the 16th, against the Southern
Railway company. The case will
test the legal right, of the Southern
to the ownership or control of the
South Carolina and Georgia rail
road. Some time since the
Southern secured control of that
road, and is now operating it. By
an act pasted by the South Caro
lina general assembly in 1897, all
railroads are prohibited from
purchasing or securing the control
of a competing line, and punishes
road BO purchasing and becuring
control of. a competing line by
imposing a penalty of $100 a day
for every day it operates the said
-Plaintiffs consider the Southern
railway and the South Carolina
and Georgia railroad: competing
line's, and they so al lege,and bope
to prove it. If that is. done the
Southern will have a very, heavy
penalty to pay. - . ' '
.ALL WOMEN . . ?
I Suffering from female troubles should '
try the ' Old Time" Hemedy,
y It has no equal. It strengthens the
i delicate female organs and builds a worn-1
i an 'ip. All suffering and lrreioilarltles at ?
s "lLonthly" periods can beavolded by Its (
> use. It ls for young girls maturing, ton
> mothers, and for women at Change of Lite, i
S Should be used before child-birth. I
) S:)ld bv ali drutr?cists. or sent post-paid i
S On receipt or* price $1.00._. <
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Forsale in town of Edgeiield, four
icres land with two-story 14-room
Jwellinj? house therenn, centrally Jo
inted. Suitable for hotel or boarding
4S5 acres desirable farm lands with
?ix good frame tenant dwellings and
six mules, 150 acres in cultivation, all
fresh cleared. Price $2,200. Terms
liberal. Apply to W. N". Burnett,Real
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street, in the town of Edgeiield; good
servants and other outhouses; also
goodwell of water, with 40 acres of
and. Reasonable terms.
Also ISO acres of land, in town of
Edgelieid, with modern up-to-date
3we]lui? house,a number of good out
houses. Everything in apple-pie or
der. This is, perhaps, *:he most valut.
property io the town all things con
sidered, and will be sold at a bargain
Also the Griffin lilli place, Addison
street, seven-room house, with 21}.<
acres of land, with necessary out
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Also avery desirable nine-room, 2
story house in Western Edgeiield with
sev^n acres of land attached, for sale
Apply in person or by letter to
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BEAL ESTATE AGENT.
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to examination. This violin
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For sal i byG. L. Fenn ct tron.
W. J. RUTHERFORD.
R. B. MORRIS.
V. J. RUTHERF JRD & CO,
AND DEALERS IN
IME, CEMENT, pLASTE/f,
FIRE CL/fy, READY ROOFING,
WD OJHER MATERIAL.
RITE US FOR PRICES. '
COR. REYNOLDS AND WASHINGTON STS,
m^m QUE. TOLLAS?
ot I <M ad. out nm ai-ud tu ss with i I. .;?.', ult) ?e will ?end j-,u lol? ItKVY
T.uVKD riUIXiR GEB OKCA", by freight CO. H., tu bj te t (ooiamlaa
o. You can examine ll atyour Niwt freight depot, and lf(
a And lt exactly as represented, tbs greatest Tala* you erer uaw
I far better Ginn organa advertised bj other* at more money, pa/ tbe fre I - lit
nt OUR PRICE $35.50, Itu tba ?1.0G depoalt, or ?21.50 aad
^.httharc^.. THE PARLOR CHM laon* of tb? stoat DURABLE
i) SWEETEST TiMkP lnilramrnts e'er mad*. From the Illustration
)-.?n. which is engraved direct from a photograph yon can form
ne idea ot Its beautiful appearance. Made from solid quarter
trcd onL" or walnut as desired, pe-foraud kay slip, fall panel body,
latiful marquetry dalian paaela sod many otter baadiiome decorations
I ?marnent*, making lt tbe TERI LATEST STYLE. TUE P.Y k LO Ii
?M is 6 feet huh, ?2 inches lone, 23 inches wide and weighs 350
urida. Contains5 octaves, ll stops, as follows: Diapason, Principal,
Irlana, Melod?a, Ceinte, Cremona, Beae Coupler, Treble Coupler,
tpatOD Forte sod Yoi Humana; 3 OetST* Couplers, 1 Toee 8w*ll,
rand Ort;an Swell, 4 Set* of Orekettral Toned Ile soaatorj Flu?
silty Rceda, 1 S.tof ST Pur* Sweot Se loila R**dt, 1 Set of 37
trmlngly Brilliant tel ute Reeds, 1 Set ot et Ric j Bellow SmooLb
ipasOD Beeda, 1 Set of Pleasing Soft Xelodloo* Principal
eds. THE PARLOR CEM action consists of the
ebrsttd Newell Reeda, which are only used in the hi.-jh
e grade Instruments; fitted with Hammond Caaplers aad
t Humana, also best Dolce felts, leathers, etc., bellows
the best rubber cloth, 3-p!y bellows stock and finest
ither In valves. THE PARLOR CEM is furnished
th a 10x14 beveled plate Frenan mirror, nickel plated
dal frames, and every modern improvement. We
ulah fre* a h andie ate organ stool aad the tnt organ lastre**
a book poblUoed.
JARANTEED 25 YEARS. "?7#ATwe
me a written binding 36-year guarantee, by the
rms and conditions of which if ?ny part gives out
pair lt free of ekargt. Try lt ' month and we
fund your money it you ore nt ?rfcctly satisfied,
these organs will be sold at ??33.50. O IIB ER
T ONCE. DON'T DELAY.
UR RELIABILITY IS ESTABLISHED ?^
tait with us ask yourneighborabout us, write
c publisher of this paper or Metropolitan
monal Bank, or Corn Nat. Bank, of Chicago;
? German Exchange Bank, New York; or any Jip
Jlroad or express company ia Chicago. We ?
,T* a capital of our ("00,000.00, occupy entire '. - .
ie of the largest burin?es blocks in Chicago, \iilW*
id employ nearly ?.000 people In our own '?i\v:
illding. WE SELL ORGANS AT ??2.00 and np;. 1 1 11 ?1 . 11 1 anmjnnmmmnw .>
AH06, 811S.00 and trpi also everything in musical Instruments at lowest wholesal?? prices. Write for free speciau
.gan, piano uod nundea! instrument catalogue. Address, (Scars, Bor^itwi A Co. are ?horooyi?y rvtUb?c.-a?Jt<?.|
EARS. ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.), Fulton, Oesplainesand W?ymanSU., CHICAGO, I LU.
E0R6? P. 0OBB,
vJOUiTSTOIsI, S. O.
furniture and Household Goods,!
Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Saddles*
-HAVE PURCHUSED A NEW AND
BEAU Fl FUL HEARSE.
Calls by Telephone promptlyianswered and attended to.,
XOWGST PRi C 3S?,
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SCHEDULE IN EFFECT JUNE ll, 1899.
Ex. SU n'y
d Edgefield a
d Trenton a
a Aiken d
a Augusta d.
a Columbia d
W. A. TURK, G. P. A., J. B. HEYWARD, T. P. A.
Washington, D. C. Augusta, Ga.
S. H. HARDWICK, A. G. P. A., Atlanta, Ga.
To Our Friends and Patrons
Appreciating*,our kindness in the past we bolicityour patronage for
he future. Our stock of clothing is indeed handsome, stylish an<
-erviceable. Our prices are lower than ever and will please you.
MEN'S SUITS $6.50 to $23.00.'
BOY'S SUITS from $3.00 to $12.00.
The Hat and Furnishing Departments are complete. Our 'Children's
Department h is been refurnishing and the stock of clothing ia better
than ever. We extend a special invitation to the ladies.
CHILDREN'S SUITS $1.75. SPECIAL SCHOOL SUIT $3.00.
If-'ou cannot come write us, prompt attention to all orders. We pay
.he expressage to you.
I. C. LEI/Y'S SON & CO.,
WL0R-FI7,.CL0THIERS /?UGUSrA, GA
WITH YOUR ORDEB.ent thH
od. out and send to us.ana
we will send you OUR HIGH
EYER HEARD OF, pay Special Offer Price $15.50^^sa?*f*ti
an?frel!cht*cl?vrKes. Machino weighs 120 poundsandtnofreight will
"en?e 75 <>entX each wo miles. (JIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIAI 1?
vourdwtt h^Se.and we will return your 115.50 any day you are not
L?rfl^ We^ iaftreat ?akassad grad?.of Sewia* !Ucbli? el ?8.60,
MaAmontaoIforlng anknowa maebla** under various names, with Tarions U
^.??tT Writesom* Wand la Chicago sad Uara wk* sr* ?Hable aad wno ar? not.
*vukw? BimninV h? ?T<,rT BODERS IBPROTESIST,
THE BUnulwK. BTERT GVOD rorvror- ETERI HIGH
* ?IRADI kUCHlHX KARE, WITH THE
DIFECTP OF HOSE. Made by the
beat Mt akers In America,
afr om the best material nt one y
SOLID QUARTER SAWED M^??LW^^S
closed (head dropping from sight) to be used aa a j
.r desk, the other open witt full length table ar.a head taP|*??"?
- awing. ? faney drawers, latent 1900 nkeUtoa frase*, *^>r*,**?l
bossed and decorated cabinet finish, Anet nickel drawysuU^r?* ' - -
Kid? positive fonr motion feed, self thr-,dlng ^^^^rll^U^
bobblnVrinder. adjustable bearings, patent tension "^^^^^.2?
patent dress guard, kead la kandaomelj decorated and ?mam-wa ann ?w^?^
?tk.ltrua-?t C UA R A N T E E D Ui. Ht* t.et 7"^-^ *^n^'??i**?
no lolita machine made. Brerr knowa attactnt.nl la rarnlaked and OUT Ere? Xn
SmSoiSK tell* "ult how anyone can run it and ^tOMT^rr^
1 End of fancy work. A to-Tenre' Blading G?ar?t?l? sent with ?very rnae^a.
I rr onere VAM ainTUIMR u ae? and eiamlneHtUmaekla*. compare It witt
'IT COSTS YOU NOTHINb ~osc your storckeep?r sells at ?40.00 t?
T^XMIAAY. (Sears, RM buck 4^ ?^"^S^^^^^^^ ._\ AUUO?A III1
^ ^ jaiWress, SEARSTftOEBUCK 9L CO>.(Inc.) Chicago, Ilia.