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T1?OS. J. ADAMS,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 24,1901
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Edge:veld, S. C.
To prevent a strike, the salaries
of certain dispensers and clerks
have been increased.
If the citizens of Union do not
know which of the two schools of
democracy in the state is right
they certainly need enlightenment
TILLMAN'S last deal is his enter
ing the oil business as a director
of a five million-dollar oil com
pany. Ben is a "slick duck" any
way, and his talk may be some
what oily hereafter. He's tired
so he now deals in oil instead of
dispensary " fuss X." .
FOB the first time since the find
ing of Maize or Indian cora on
the American continent, and its
adoption into general, use by the
whole world, wheat is cheaper than
corn ; flour is cheaper than meal.
Therefore, instead of meal dough
we will feed our chickens on paste,
instead of chicken bread after the
old style, we will give them bis
THE Chester Lantern does not
believe in troubling trouble till
trouble troubles you. In speaking
of a meeting of the democratic ex
ecutive committee to act on a re
quest of a member to invite Sen
ator Tillman and others to address
the people of Chester county at.
some convenient time in the fu
ture, says : We trust that the
committee will deem no time ear
lier than August, 1902, convenient.'*
SENATOR Tillman when asked
about McLaurin's commercial de
mocracy, Wednesday, in Charles
ton, said that " he could see no
good in McLaurin's politics, and
could not understand what Mc
Laurin waa after, unless it was an
office by President McKinley."
This, coming from the source it
does may be correct, since it takes
a rascal to understand and catch
np with a rascal.
CHARLESTON at last admits that
Columbia is up to if not ahead of
her in one thing-blind tigers.
Both, Columbia and Charleston,
are trying to claim second honor,
however, for once and? the first
time. Both places are infested
with tigers, but they seem to be a
bit tamer in Charleston. The fact
that Mcsweeney, the president of
' JhvMg circus, resides in Columbia
is one reason that the blind tigers
in the side-shows are not so bold I
and ferocious in Columbia.
WHEN dignity is placed above
duty the omeo carries too much
dignity to be of much oenefit. In
his hearing before the state dispen
sary board, Mayor Smyth, of Char
leston, declared that he had not
run from the illicit.liqnor dealers,
but he had kept away from such
suspected neighborhoods in order
to protect the dignity of his office.
Charleston is protecting her dig
nity and leaving the blind tigers
to protect the dispensary law.
In the fight as to whether the
dispensary should be established
at Brookland this rebuke was giv
en the one favoring the law : "I am
suprised at the action of Mayor
Witt, as well as that of Prof, Dent,
who had taught the speaker and
bad led him into the church." The
' speaker was Mr. Weed. A sad
spectacle this. How it must have
touched the heart of the man who
once led men to Christ, but who
now is not only a stumbling block
to this ;man, but in placing the
means of temptation before his
fellow men, who are BO constituted
BS to not be able to overcome the
drink-habit, where they are to be
the ready victims and patronizers
of the dispensary so long as they
are able to buy, which they will do
if they let innocent children and
Helpless wives go ragged and hun
gry. If men will get drunk, put
the temptation as far away as is
Oh, yes, dear ADVERTISER, the
dude with his shirtwaists may
have some rights, but at some ho
tels and other places we wot of
the said dude's shirtwaist righte
vanish like the morning, and he
is made to stand aside like a pooi
man at a frolic-Edgefield Cor.
And we offer odds that the ones
who flounce out of hotel dining
rooms when shirt-waist men enter,
are still Misses who are on the
wrong side of thirty and have
more money than brains. Human
nature is the same all around the
world, and " kicking" is an indis
pensable luxury which chronic
grumblers and fault-finders enjoy.
Half the people will kick vigor
ously at new styles to make them
popular and then turn around and
follow it with sublimeness] and
meekness that is simply amusing.
You understand how a poor man
feels at frolic, do you ? Better
try a shirt-waist and see if you do
dot experience a different feeling.
IF salaries of dispensers are not
regulated by the 'amount of sales
and profits, why are not dispensers
salaries all the same ? Why ?
? Vassar girl has jumped thir
teen feet and seven inches-and it
wasn't at a proposal either.-The
No, she would not have jumped
near so far away if it had been
at a proposal,
CAS any one inform the public
where the Spartanburg Herald
got such a deep understanding of
McLaurin's intentions in the fu
ture ? Is the postoffice plum or
chard in Spartanburg ready to
dispose of some of its fruit ?
WE direct the attention of the
Sumter Watchman and Southron
to the dog and wild cat fighting
mentioned in Saturday's State and
hope it will have something now
to give its readers besides cock
fighting. Ask The State to give
the law points as to the legality of
the affair, and learn whether the
Lieut.-governor was there or not.
If he was the Southron will have
" something" loud and long-for its
readers about certain people com
ing and going without their pres
ence being known until "he" had
returned after the fight was over.
AND now the Ycrkville Enquir
er says that Ben Tillman, Senator
Ti , n-w-tii/j o tu vug uqiiai-UI-OT
South Carolina, father of the dis
pensary, the' man who uses the
pitchfork, and the one who w?.s
elected last year without opposi
tion, the same man who resigned
at Gaffney and whose home is at
Trenton, Edgefield county, rides
on free passes. Who would have
thought it of Mr. Tillman. This
is startling news, and the Enquir
er deserves credit for making this
THE latest is that mules are be
ing vaccinated. Some people kick
when they are required to be vac
cinated, and we wouldn't be at all
surprised at an innocent mule do
ing a little Kicking It is best
not to interfere or get too near
the "business end of a mule." It
i8 wise never to come in contact
with a negro's head or a mule's
heels. They are dangarous to deal
with, and if you don't want to
take a last ride with the under
taker, be on thy guard when a
mule is grazing in thy back yard.
This is not idle talk, and wo know
'tis easier to ride than walk, but
rather than be a fool, 'tis better to
walk than ride a mule.
THE argument for the dispen
sary to be established at Brook
land was that ''it .would'pay'as
well as any operating in Lexington
county, or any single one in Co
lumbia." What are dispensaries
operated for ? It takes no prophet
to see it is run for profit. While
the dispensaryites think they are
" whipping the devil around the
stump," old satan is off up a tree
looking down upon them and say
ing " I am with you, go in and po?
sees the whole state, and I will re
ward thee"-and he will too. Woe
unto the man who putteth drink
unto his brother's lips. This warn
ing ii as solemn and as true as it
was the day it was uttered.
WE notice Mclaurin is called
a republican, or the same thing
a commercial democrat-but he is
ivited to speak at Union along
with good democrats, Bryan, Sen
ators Henderrson and Tillman, Mc
sweeney, and others. They claim
to be going to enjoy two days of
e alight ment on nat tonal subjects.
They may be wiser, but if some
of the speakers invited, 20 in all,
have not told all they knew alrea
dy on national subjects, and more
too, it is not for lack of opportun
ities. We would have more re
spect for some politicians if they
would show their wisdom by keep
ing silent. A barbecue will be
given the two days of the speaking.
The tables upon which repast is to
be served may . be lightened, but
we doubt if the people will be en
lightened by this mooting.
There is to be a political
speech making on the 8th and
9th of August at Union. The
citizens of that town wish to
be fully informed as to all the
questions at issue in the po
litical world. There are at
the usual political gatherings
so many speakers, and each
one is sq desirous of present
ing his peculiar views and the
speeches are so full of con
troversy and argument with
opponents over small matters,
that the people cannot really
by this means get into the real
merits of the situation.^ It is
for this reason the people of
Union and surrounding coun
ties deem it imperative that
they give two days to this oc
casion. They have seleeted
politicians of ability to discuss
the present situation. Among
those selected are Honorables
Ben Tillman, George John
stone, W. J. Talbert, Dan S.
Henderson, Senator McLaur
in, W. J. Bryan and others.
Reduced rates for this occa
sion will be oh sale from all
points in the state to Union
and return. The Secretary
of the Committee in charge,
W. W. Dixon, has the fol
lowing to say of the meeting :
" We are simply seeking in
formation and enlightenment.
There are two distinct schools
of democracy in the state at
present, and this committee j
does not ^undertake or pre-j
sume to decide which is jest.
The Spartanbarg Herald has
been sold to James T, Harris, the
president of the Bank of Spartan
The state summer school held in
Spartanburg closed last week, and
is recorded as the most success ful
which has yet been held.
More students have applied for
admission into Clemson college
for next session than can be ac
commodoted, says President Hart
Dr. E. H. Murfee, the former
president of Greenville Female
college, will take charge of a Col
legiate Institute in Henderson
ville, North Carolina, this fall.
Friends of the Presbyterian
High School, Columbia, offer two
gold medals to its ambitious schol
ars of next year. Dr. and Mrs
B. F. Wyman, of Aiken, offer one
to the scholar graduating with th e
highest distinction in the Bible
d?partant, and W. J. Duffie &
San a gold medal for the scholar
graduating in Greek with the
EDGEFIELD COUNTY BAP
TIST S. S. CONVENTION,
Of Plum Branch Church, July
27th and 28, 1901.
SATURDAY, JULY 27TH, MORN
ING SESSION, IO O'CLOCK.
Organization and reports
Addresss of Welcome by
S. E. Freeland.
Response by W. A. Strom.
Discussion of Query No. 1 :
"What are the duties of a
Sunday-School Teacher to his
(or her) class ?" Speakers :
P. R. Wates and J. D. Tim
Song Service and reports
Discussion of Query No. 2 :
"What should be the qualifi
cations of a Superintendent ?"
Speakers: A. S Tompkins
and N. D. Timmerman.
Discussion of Query No. 3 :
"To what extent am I re
sponsible for my neighbor's
salvation ?" Speakers : E. G.
Morgan and J. C, Harvley.
Discussion of Query No. 4 :
" How can we best infuse new
life into our Sunday School ?"
Spgakers : Robert Strom and
H. W. Dobey.
Question box, and adjourn
SUNDAY, JULY 28, MORNING
SESSION, (io O'CLOCK:
Missionary Sermon. Prea
cher to be supplied by the
Discussion of Query No. 6 :
"What does it mean to keep
the Sabbath holy ? " Speak
ers : Revs. P. B. Lanham and
J. T. Littlejohn.
Discussion of Query No. 6 :
" Ought we or ought we not
to continue the Baptist Sun
day School Convention ? "
Speakers : P. H. Bussey and
Rev. P. J. Mealing.
Vote upon and decide this
T. G. TALBERT,
J. L. BUSSEY, Pres.
A Wife Says:
"We have four children, With the first
three I suffered almost unbearable pains from
J 2 to 14 hours, and had to be placed under
the influence of chloroform. I used three
bottles of Mother's Friend before our last
child came, which
is a strong, fat and
healthy boy, doing
my housework up
to within two hours
of birth, and suf
fered but a few hard
pains. This lini
ment is the grand
est remedy ever
will do for every woman what it did for the
Minnesota mother who writes the above let
ter. Not to u- .t during pregnancy is a
mistake to be paid for in pain and suffering.
Mother's Friend equips the patient with a
strong body and clear intellect, which in
turn are ^imparted to the child. It relaxes
the muscles and allows them to expand. It
relieves morning sickness and nervousness,
ft puts all the organs concerned in perfect
condition for the final hour, so that thc actual
labor is short and practically painless. Dan
ger of rising or hard breasts is altogether
avoided, and recovery is merely a matter of
a few days.
Druggists sell .Mother's Friend for $1 a bottle.
mc Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Send for on? free illustrated, book.
They will give their annual pic
nie and barbecue Friday July 2C
at Lanham Springs. Followin}
are the committees :
. P?t Committee : J M Ma$
Chairman, Tom Wood, J M
Glover, G W Fox, J A Hob hs.
Badge Committee : H L Buuc
and L R Brimson.
Lemonade Committee : C War?,
Chairman, George Ransom, Jack
Whatley, G LaGrone, Roger HiM,
Floor Committee: Ben Maye,
Chairman, Calhoun Mays, Walter
Harris, George Sweariugen, A M
Roper, Charles C Jones, W Hamjp
Grounds Committee : Waltejr
Harris, Chairman, Ben Sullivan,
Hsrrace Hammond, Warren Fair,
George Swearingen, R T Jennings,
T E Cochran, C D Parkman, jB
Table Committee : W A Hobbs,
Chairman, S B Mays, N G Evans,
J A White, R T West, Arthur
Mays, J G Mobley, C E Moyer, W
H Moss, Flam Prescott, J T Ham
mond, W A Langston, P B Thom
as, T A Williams, W G Ouzts, W
D Simouds, C W Cheatham.
Arthur Mays, Marshal of the]
All Confederate veterans are
invited as guests of the company.
CAPT. N G EVANS, ?
Committee in Charge.1
A S njicrh ^Gri^?^te^^ \
Johnson's Tonic is a superb Grip
cure. Drives out every trace of Grip
Poison from the system. Docs it quick.
Within an hour it enters the blood and
begins the neutralize the effects of the
poison. Within a day it places the
Grip victim beyond the point bf dan
ger. Within a week ruddy cheeks at
test the return of perfect health. Price
50c, if - it cures. Ask for Johnson's
Chill and Fever Tonic. Take nothing
else. If not for sale by your druggist,
send 50c to A. B. Girardeau, Savannah,
WANTED-I understand there
is not a vacant house in Edgefield.
If this is correct, I want board for
myself and wife, or to rent two or
three rooms, furnished or unfur
nished. Apply to A. F. P., city.
For Sale.-The L. F, Beatty place,
containing 1G8 acres with three houses
on it, 7 miles north of Edgefield. Price
$1.000cash. W.N. Burnett, Real Es
tate Agent, Edgefield. .
FOR SALE--One of the most desirable
building lots in the town, situate on
South side of Main street, about two
hundred yards from public square,
containing one and one-half acres,
more or less, good two-room dwelling,
good spring of water on lot. Price
212}? acres, good 4-room dwelling, 4
good tenant houses, well watered, 8
good springs, creek through entire
plantation, best cotton lands in South
Carolina, 40 to 50 acres fine bottom
lands, high state of cultivatiyn. Five
miles south ot Edgefield U H. Price
FOB SALE--1 5-room cottage n?r??fT
side of Geter street ; price $1000.
1 4-room cottage, west side of Bun
combe street; price $850.
15-1 oom cottage, west side Buncombe
street; price $1000. 4janl902
For Sale-80 acres, two tenant houses,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
cotton and corn farm lands. Price
$5 per acre. 2jahl2m
FOR SALK-in town of Edgefield,
situate on south side of Addison ave
nue, five acres of gooc! land, two-room
dwelling, recently overhauled, good
well of water; also good building lot
on street running from Griffin hill to
Columbia street. Price for the whole
FOR SALE-Horn's Creek lands, 165
acres, 3 good tenant houses, well wa
tered on two sides, good springs, fine
stock farm, best of cotton lands. Seven
miles south of Edgefield C H. Price
FOR SALK-100 acres land, (old Fair
homestead) 6-room dwelling, 2 good
tenant houses, all necessary outbuild
ings, good gin house, well watered,
good pasture and fine cotton lands. Six
miles south of Edgefield C H. Trite
FOR SALE-One tract of land con
taining 140 acres wi th seven-room cot
tage and two tenant houses, situate
one and a half miles north of Trenton.
Price $15 per acre. 30jan26Jan
For Sale-65 acres, one tenant hoose,
three miles east of Woodlawn, good
farming lands. 2janl2m
For Sale-In town of Edgefield, six |
room dwelling on north side of Main
street, in heart of towh, barn and ?ta
blea, servant's house, good well of wa
ter. Everything comparatively raw
Price $2500. 2jan6m
For Sale-136 acres, two tenant]
houses, 90 acres in cultivation, three
miles east of Woodlawn, good stock j
farm, also good land for cotton and
corn. Price $5 per acre. 2janl2m
1,000 acres land, 9 miles north of
Edgefield, (the old Dr Clint Tompkins
place), good dwelling, out buildings,
weil watered, good stand for store;
also mill site on land, fine stock range, j
Price $G500 as a whole, or will cut up
land in small tracts. Apply to W. jfJ
Lot In town of feet Modoc, 33x100
Price $50. Apply to W. TH. Burnett
Real Estate gent. Cm.,
FOR SALK-117j? acres land % mile
from Trenton ; good barn and stables,
2 wells good water, two good tenant
houses ; 100 acres in cultivation : price
$2,000. W. N. Burnett, Real Estate
Agent. 12m-dec 12-1900
House and lot on Geter street, at)
present occupied byT. li. Strom. Price |
$1600, one-third cash. Term? to suit
purchaser. W, N. Burnett, Real Es
tate Agent. .
For sale in the town of Edgefield,
one lieuse and lot on south side of Ge
ter street, House contains three rooms?
also barn and stables. One acre in lot.
Terms' $250 cash, or $300 on time.
11% acres of land in town of Edge
field, West End, on Jeter Street. Price I
$800. Wt N, Burnett, Real Estate]
A seven-room, 2-story house on Gray
street,in tile town of Edgefield; good
servants and other outhouses; also
goodwell of water, with 40 aerea of]
and. Reasonable terms.
Apply in person or by loiter tp
W. N. BURNETT,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
Presbyteriaa Cburch Directory,
E. M. STEWART, Pastor,
' Preaching each mouth as follows :
EDGEFIELD-1st Sabbath at ll
a m and 8:30 p m. 3rd Sabbath
ll a m. Sunday school every
Sabbath at 10 a m.
TRENTON-2ud Sabbath: 4:30 p
m. 4th Sabbath ll a m.
JOHNSTON-2nd Sabbath ll a m.
4th Sabbath 8:30 p m.
ROPERS-3rd Sabbath 3:30 p m
FLORENCE, S. C., Nov. 25,1900.
I was first advicod by our
family physician in Charleston to
use TEETLINA with our baby when
she was but a very young infant,
as a preventive of colic and to
warm an.1 to sweeten the stomach.
Later it was useful in teething
troubles, and its effect has been
found to be so very beneficial and
so free from tb.9 dangers that are
consequent upon the use of drugs
and soothing syrups that we have
come to regard it, afteruse with
three children, as one of the ne
cessities when there is a new baby
in the house and until the teething
troubles are, and we take pleasure
in recommending it to our friends
instead of the horrid stuff that so
many people use to keep their
HARTWELL M. AYER,
(Mgr. Daily Times and Weekly
For sale at Penn's Drug Store.
Mee lo SW Owners!
Otto veterinary Cofee,
SDPOI) 0 DEBUS!
Office and Infirmary at
B. L. Jones' stables, rear
of Court House,
EDG-EFIELD, S. C,
I respectfully solicit the
patronage of the people.
g?0' Will answer telephone calls
fiji |?f)? OF |jDGEFIEliD
EDGEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depositary
J*. C. SHEPPARD, W. W.ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT, J. A. BENNETT,
J. M. COBB, B.'.S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C. FULLER ; ?
J. C. SHEPPARD, President.
W. TV. ADAMS, vice-President.
E. J. MIMS, Cashier.
J. H. ALLKN,;Ass't.Cashier
Pays interastjon deposits by special
Money.to loan on liberal terras.
Prompfand polite attcntionjto busi
your Recount Solicited.
A PROFIT SHARING
IE what you become when you deposit your
savings with our Savings Department. Four
per cent interest paid on Savings. Interest
compounded twice a year. Now is the time
to begin and the easiest way is to send us $1.00
or larger sums; you will rece ive a receipt
book by return mail. (This is the true way to
Savins Dept Epiai Trust Ci,
JOS. B. CUMMING, President.
CHAS. G. GOODRICH, Vict=-Prcii<Ient.
ALBERTS, HATCH, Scc'ry & Treas,
WM. H. BARETT, Attorney.
JOHN W. DICKEY,
ROBERT W. SHAND,
A. F. PENDLETON,
' GEO. E. GOODRICH.
GEO. T. SHARPT0N,
Front Koora in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I respectfully solicit tin oatronage of
D T. GRICE. HENRY C. WAT SON.
GRICE & WATSON,
(Grice's Old Stand.)
g?&T Patronage of the public solic
lied. Prompt, faithful, and carefu
service. Reasonable charges.
Photographs in latest ??I y los, at
prices to suit the times,
R. IT. MIMS
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^stt??l works off thc Cold.
Laxative Bremo-Quinine Tablets euro
ft?eold in one day. No cure, i o pay
Price 25 cents.
Now is thi^time to'imbncribe for
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They bring Health, Strength
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Ar. Jacksonville (P.S.).
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Excellent daily passenger ser"vico between
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Noa. 83 and 84-New York and. Florida Ex
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Pullman sleeping cars between Charlotte and
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W. H. TALOE. R. W.HUNT,
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Atlanta, Go. Charleston, 6. C.
Ono Dwelling House and lot
one mile from Court House on
Buncombe St, House contains 5
large roomp, and a commodious
pantry and stovo room. On the
lot Chore IP a barn and stables, a
servant boase and a woll of fine
water. For further particulars
D. S. DuBOSE,
May 8-3m Edgefield, S. C.
This Bigtnture in on cv .ry box of tho genuine
Laxative Bromo-fjuin?ne Tablets
the rnaody that ceres a zola tn ono day
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Take Laxative Promo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the mon?-y if i
fails to euro. 12. W.| Grove's signal a r
is on each box. io
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WE NEED A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF
CASH AND EXPECT TO CONVERT
GOODS INTO CASH FOR TEN DAYS,
so we will begin this
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OJO th^CIev^land "V-fer^sri Co: JESf W '&-V&T?T*m?
and can supply you with anything in our line.
O'Connor & Schweers Paint Co.
841 BROAD STREET
The Standard of Purity m
ft Has the Subtle Charm in Flavor ta
Please Consumers. o
QUARTS, PINTS AND HALF PINTS.
Sold by all Dispensaries in South Carolina.
FRANK G. T?LLIDGE & CO., CinclnnathOhlo.
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PROF. P. ?8. WHITMAN
203 7tii Street, Augusta, Ga.,
eiVES FREE EYE TESTS for all defect? of
Sight, grinds tho proper glasses and lVAH
Lenses cut into your frame while you wait.
Z&KfE HP ** " i??T leDs If you nc=d
tnLZ* ir Wcincortivos
eins ana Piesses.
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
Fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin, Press,
Cane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
Building. Bridge, Factory, Fn ric
anel Railroad Castings, Railroad, M ll
Machinists'and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Pucking, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws', Files, Oilers, etc. We
ca^t every day. Work 150 Hands.
EaS? CAUTION.-Always look for ii
HfeSQ the name of D. D. Toenlinson, g
g fl Fhila.,on thc label cf tho bottle. f?" & J
Best External Remedy in tho World for !
SPRAINS, BACKACHE, &c,
Depot : No. 400 North Street,
PHILADELPHIA. PA. ^
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press and Gin Works
Repa ts Promptly Done
(TRADE MARK REGISTERS NO. 17438.)
CHILL AND FEVER CURE
THE ORIGINAL NO nJRE NO PAY.
50 CENTS A BOTTLE.
Thc old reliable thc kind your fathers
used to take. The one that never fails
to cure. Don't waste time and mopey
experimenting with new cures. Butgo
for thc best from thc jump. vrog
Pond ts the ounce cf prevention K
pound of cure combined. Ask for it
take no substitute, if your merchant
docs net soil it write to us wc will send
it direct for 50 cents.
DAVENPORT & FKINIZY CQ.
wholesale Drae^ esLs-ScHiw: Axent*.
REMEMBER that wo aro pre
paid to handle all kinds of Job