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ANSEL THE WHO
Dispensary People Beaten in
! South Carolina
LYON FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
In South Carolina's Second Demo
cratic Primary, Dispensary Forces
Loso Each of Three Contest for
State Offices and Two Out of Four
Senatorial 'Contest-Ansel Defeats
Manning for Governor; Lyon De
feats Ragsdale for Attorney. Gen
eral and Sullivan Defeats Wharton
for JRai^road Commissioner.
Columbia, S. C., Special.-Eighty
per cent of the second primary vote,
at midnight, shows the dispensary
forces to have lost each o? the three
contests for State offices anti two out
of the four senatorial sontests. The
majorities of the anti-dispensavy
candidates for Governor and Attor
ney General have been steadily in
creasing all night, as has the major
. ity of Sullivan over Wharton for
railroad commissioner contest. Mr.
Wharton was aligned with the dis
pensary people, though his defeat is
more in the nature of an anti-rail
road feeling, conviction being
that Mr. Whorton has been too soft
with the. railroads since he has been
on the board.
?he' final tabulation with all coun
ties heard from, morst of them more
than half completed, slow these gen
eral results-: For Governor,- M. F.
'V Ansel of Greenville, local option, 3S,
178; Richard I. Manning, of Sumter,
State dispensary, 27,904; for Ator
. ney General, J. Frasier Lyon, of Ab
beville, and anti-dispensary and anti
graft, 39,405; James W. Ragsdale, of
Florence," State dispensary, 26,312;
for railroad .commissioner, "J. H.
Wharton, of Laurens, 28,605; J. M.
Sulivan, "of Anderson, 35,S25.
i j Report bf Crop to August 25th.
Washington, Special.-The crap re
; porting board of the Department of
Agriculture finds the average condi
v tion of cotton August 25th was 77.3.
compared with S2.9 July 25th; 72.1
. _ 'August 25th, 1905; S4.1 August 25th,
1904; and the ten-year average of
73.2 By States the "report is as fol
lows; Virginia, 71; North Carolina,
71; South Carolina, 71; Georgia, 72;
Florida, 70; Alabama, 76; Mississip
pi, 82; Louisiana, 76; Texas, 78; Ark
ansas, 84; Tennessee, SS; Missouri,
94; Oklahoma, 88; Indian Territory,
'403,209 Bales Ginned.
The Bulletin issued" by the Census
Bureau places tho cotton ginned to
September 1 at 403,209 bales, count
ing round bales as half bales, com*
pared with 476,635 bales last year.
Report by States.
By States, Alabama, 2.505; Ark
ansas, 443; Florida, 1898; Georgia,
24,556: Indian Teritory, 9; Louisiana,
13/902; Mississippi, 9,547; North Car
olina, 41; Oklahoma, 3,000; South
Carolina, 3,144; Tennessee, 3; Texas,
.324,458. Six thousand four hundred
and ninety-two ginneries are in op
, eration against S,629 last year.
Gen. Burton to Retire.
Washingt/mj SpeciaL--B)rig. Gen.
George H. Burton, inspector genera/,
"will be placed on the retired list" at
his own request on Sept. 30. He will
he succeeded by Col. Ernest A, Gar
lington, the senior colonel of the in
spector corps and who is a member
Of the general staff of the army. Col
onel Garlington, who is to be inspect
or general, is a native of South Caro
lina and was apointed to the military
academy from Georgia.
New Building Falls.
New York, Special.-One man was
killed and five seriously injured by
the collapse of a new bilging at Min
cola, L. I. Another man is reported
buried in the ruins and is probably
dead. Tho buildings was to be a
garage and was being built for Rob
ert Graves. The men buried in its
ruins were Italian workmen.
Rioting in San Francisco.
San Francisco, Special.-As au
aftermath "to the recent strike on the
' " United Railroads, a riot broke out
when the street car company started
to march about 200 strike-breakers
i from the car barns at Turk and Fill
more streets to the Ferry building.
: . Many shots were fired by the armed
' -" guards escorting the men and half a
dozen persons arc reported wounded.
. / .The strike-breakers are guarded in
thc Ferry building by the police, and
12 men have been arrested. A large
p.; mob is in front of the Fer?y build
'v- '. ing .waiting for the police to bring
out the prisoners.
Not a Bona Fide Concern.
- Washington, Special. - Secretary
' Bonaparte directed that no award be
'.-made to the lowest bidder for fur
. niching steam boilers for the navy
power house at- Norfolk, Va., and
s ;.Charleston, S. C., on the ground that
- the bidding company did not present
sufficient guarantee that it was a
' a bona fide, concern. The contract
. will go to the nest lowest bidder or
ir::., the-bureau of yards and doeks will
?a4$y?!?fl .for proposals
cost no mo:
-I SECRETARY GOES TO CUBA
Quesada Forwards Presidnt's "Sol
emn "Warning" to Executive at
Havana-Whole. Island Expected
to he Put Under U. S. Plag Unless
Mr. Quesada, the Cuban Minister
to Washington, on Saturday forward
ed to Presidnt Palma Mr. Roosevelt's
letter to him, in which he made sol
emn warning that intervention would
follow unless there was permanent
peace and a discontinuance of the
destruction of American property on
Dispatches from Washington and
Cuba and information from official
sources all make plain the fact that
the veiled threat will prove an immen
se sensation in the field of armed
activity. Already it is known that
American property has been devas
tated, American liberties tbreatened,
and unless there is an immediate
change, marines will be landed from
the /cruisers now in Cuban waters
and the whole island will be put un
der the American flag.
Mr. Taft and assistant Secretary
Bacon rtarted Sunday for Cuba to
ari investigation of tb.3 cciitfSct. On
their report the matter pf intervention
will swing, fer by it FreVout Roose
velt will be guided.
Negro Out on Bond Trios Similar
Norfolk, Ya., Special.-Fearing
that he would be lynched, John Smith
a negro, was brought to Norfolk by
the sheriff of Princess Anne county
for safe keeping in the local jail.
Smith who was out on bail following
a hung jury in which he was charg
ed with assault on the wife of Henry
Owens, negro, is now charged with
having attempted . an assault on tc
Mrs. Leggett, near Nimmos, in Prin
cess Anne county; Saturday night.
. - Tragedy in Wilmington.
Wilmington, Special.-In the ten
-d?rloin here early Friday morning W.
L. (Pete) Williams, ja well-known
travelrog mau, was shot; and mortally"
wounded in a general row in the ball
room by Lonnie Suipes. connected
with one of the local breweries. Snipes
rar, but a special officer in the room
followed him and in a pistol duel in
the street Snipes was dangerously
wounded in the stomach.
Lightning Kills Woman.
Gastonia, Special.-Mrs. Milt Par
sley, who lives at Clover, S. C., was
struck and instantly killed by lightn
ing at Clover. She was at the home
of Mr. C. G. Thomas, a neighbor, and
was standing on the poroh. The wea
ther was not stormy at all and. there
was nothing to indicate that the at
mosphere was heavily charged with
electricity. There was a single flash,
a single report of thunder and the
woman fell to the floor,
Another New Concern.
Columbia, Special.-Columbia has
another wholesale business. Mr. B.
R. Coouer, one of the j)ioneer whole
sale grocery men of inner South Car
olina, has sold his interest in the firm
of Norris-Coouer Co. and has taken
charge of the Columbia Grain and
Provision Company at 715 Gervain
street, of which he is sole proprietor.
Georgetown's Water Supply.
will within a few days be supplied
with as fine a quality of water as
can be found anywhere. The city
has been getting its supply from an
artesian well since the installation of
the waterworks system, but the water
has not been satisfactory, being too
full of soda for kitchen and drinking
Thoa? Absent-Mlnded Wise Men,
First Professor (in restaurant)
Didn't I bring my umbrella with me?
Second Professor-Yea, I think so
-here It ls (hands him his own-af
ter a pause). Where is my own um
brella? I certainly brought it wita
me as well.
First Professor-Perhaps this is
Second Professor-Certainly it is,
but how do you come to have m>
First Professor-Ifs quite inexplic
able to me.-From Bombe.
ni uss -
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist, Oil and
fertilizer Mill Outfits, Gin. Press
Cane Mill, and Shingle Outfits.
Building, Bridpe, Factory, Furic
and Railroad Castings, Railroad, Mil
Machinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Packing, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
cast every day. Work 150 Hands.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
_ Press and Gin Works
t00P" Repa is Promptly Done
Mari Iron Ms & Supply %
. AyeiTOi GA,
the 20 year kind,
standard of the world,
the orginal best,
for farm arid garden.
. electrically welded,
every rod guaranteed,
h grade and reliable goods
re than worthless imitations,
Large Development in National Bank
ing in La?t ?& Ye?r?.
A recent special dispatch from
Baltimore, Md., to the Raleigh, N. C.,
News and Observer says:
"Reflecting Southern progress and
prosperity in the statement made by
the Manufacturer's Record in this
week's issue of the growth of national
banks in the South, as follows :
"Between March. 14, 1900. when
the act went . into el?ect permitting
thc organization of national hanks
with capital less than $50,000, and
August ill, 1906, there have been or
ganized in the United Stales 3,085 na
tional banks with a capital of $177,
25S,300. Of these S10 or 2G por cent,
of thc total? with, ail aggregate cap
ital of $45,230,500, or 25.5 per cent,
of the total, arc iu the South. Thu
number by States being shown in
the following table:
. STATES No. Capital
Alabama.53 $ 2.952.500
Arkansas. 23 1,720.000
Dist, of Col. 3 S50.000
Florida. 23 2,050,000
Georgia.. ;.. 52 2.805.000
Louisiana. 23 2,085.000
Maryland.. .. .. .31. 1,427,000
North Carolina.. .. 25 1.100,000
South Carolina . 12 ' 1,210.000
Tennessee.? .30 1,730.000
Virginia. 55 2,870.000
West Virginia,, ?, i 58 2.055,000
Total South .. .. 310 $45,230,500
Total U. S.3,QS5 117,25S.300
"Texas led in the number of new
organizations. 33S, and in the amount
of aggregate capital, $14,570,000,
with Kentucky second in number. 61
and itt capital, $4,195,000; Alabama,
third iii number, 53, but fourth in
capital $2,952,500; W. Virginia, 4th.
i:i number) 56, add 3rd in capital,
?2,955,000; Virginia, fifth in number.
55, and in capital $2,376,000, and
Georgia sixth iii number, 52; and in
capita!. $2,805,000. Variations in the
other Southern States are indicated
by thc fact that while the 23 new
national hanks in Florida have au
agsregate capital of $2.050,000, the
23 of Arkansas have $1,720.000 cap
ital, and while the 30 of Tennessee
have $1,780,000 capital, tho 31 of
Maryland have $1,427,000 of capital.
"Of the new hanks in the United
States 2,013, or more than G5 per
cent, of the total, willi an aggregate
capital of $52,625.500 or nearly 30
per cent, of the total nev; capital, are
banks of capital less than $30,000.
while the 494 new banks of the South
or nearly 61 per cent, of Hie total
new ones in that .section, having an
aggregate capital of $13,2,15,500, or
nearly 29 per cent, of the aggregate
new capital of that section aro banks
with individual capital less than $50,
To Select Site.
Norfolk, Special-The North Caro
lina commision to the Jamestown Ex
position arrived here and, after visit
ing the site of the* North Carolin
building on the exposition grounds
entered into a conference with the
exposition officials on detailed mat
ters including the time of ground
breaking far the State building,
which it has been proposed should
occur October 5th, the day before,
the launching of the battleship North
Carolina at Newport News, October
6th. This would mean the presence
of Governor Glenn and several thos
and North Carolina people who will
attend the launching.
Siled hy Live Wira.
Rushville, Ind., Spccin -Three
workingmen were killed by coming
into contact with a barbed wire fence
that had been charged with electric
ity from the plant of the Iiidianop
olis and Cincinnati Traction Com
pany. A bolt of lightning had burn
ed thc insulator which allowed the
guy wive leading to the fence to be
Stensland Takes Poison in Attempt
to Eni Life.
Tangier, Morocco, By Cable-Stens
land, the defaulting president of thu
Milwaukee Avenue Slate Bank, of
Chicago, under arrest in this city
awaiting return to thc United Slates,
attempted suicide by laking poison
and is now seriously ill as the result.
Twelve guards arc now employed lo
sec that he has no further chance at
an attempt on his own life. If his
condition warrants ho will sail for
home Wednesday on the Prinze Adel
Jacksonville, Fla., Special.-On
thc eve of the sixth annual convention
of tlie Turpentine operators' associa
tion, a most interesting meeting is
promised. Fully three hundred have
arrived .The labor question wi j 1 he tho
paramount issue before the meeting
of operators. The question ol' prices
and Jacksonville na pn open uiarket
far naval stores will niso be ira^i'ttjlifc
matters of discussion.
Sli ?i j fiM?lt ftil?l rihflfi i
? LOAN AND
! Aug VJ sta, Ga.,
R ON DEPOSITS
L. C. BAY ME,
FB S3 IDS NT.
Chas. C. Coward,
KEs^rncEs OT?B 91,000,000
na iiHa?Miiiin?i i mfr
IT HE NATIONAL BANK
? AUGUSTA, GA.
L. C. KAYNE, President.
FRANK G. FORD, Cashier.
Surplus and Profits. 150,000
We th ii 11>? pietwd to har* yon opec tn ?OCOCDI 4?
with thia Bank. Cu?ooieraand corr?^oi:d"Dt? aa- *
T sured orer*ry cuartear and ?ccnmmiKUtloa rxtul. &
T Bia nodor cenierratlre, mu Jem Han xi ag m?ib?d?- X
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??G?FIELD, S; (I, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19,1906
*? Current Evente.
r Porter Hale, a negro bellboy in ?
Bristol hotel, was sentenced tB id
years in the penitentiary for robbing
"Walter Deeds was found dead iii
a hollow tree, near Harrisonburg, hav
ing been killed by lightning.
" Mrs; William Muse, of Roanoke,
#as arestcd iii Riyhmotid in coiinec
tion with the murder of C. C. Hen
FADED TO A SHADOW.
Worn Down by Five Years of Suffer?
ing From Kidney Complaint.
" Mrs; Remethe Myers; of ISO South
Tenth St., Ironton, 0., says: "I have
worked hard in my time and have
been exposed again
and again to changes
bf weather. It ls no
wonder my kidneys,
& 3ave out and * went
i? f??.fivo w1 n*
fading away and
W finally so weak that
for six months I could not get out of
the house. I ;?as nervous, restle33
and sleepless at night) and lame and
sore In the morning. Sometimes ev-,
erything would whirl and blur before
me. I bloated so badly I could not
wear tight clothing, and had to. put
on shoes two size3 larger than usual.
Tho urine waa disordered and pas
sages were dreadfully frequent. I
got help from the first box of Donn's
Kidney Pills, however, and by the
time I had taken four boxes the pain
and bloating were gone. I have been
in good health ever since."
Sold by all dealers. 50 cents -a
box. Foeter-Mliburn Co., Buffalo,
Seemed a Long Time.
Jim was ten years of age and of aL
adventurous spirit. Instead of going
to school, he started out to join a
band of buccaneers, leaving a letter
of farewell fer kb moth-en He ba I
gone pretty far afield when he wai
caught in the rain. Growing miserable
and hungry, the young adventurer
then gave up his Idea, cf a piratical
career and came home very late ai
night. He met with a chilling recep
tion. Thc clock ticked, his father's
newspaper crackled, and his sistert did
not look un from her book. Even
his mother dirt ont .se?m to care
whether he had returned or not. The
cat, however, not being in the con
spiracy of silence, came arid -rubbed
ag; inst his leg. Jim stooped and pet
ted it, and then In a desperate attempt
to open up tlie conversation he re
marked plaintively: "is this the same
old cat you had when I went away?"
When two frill out, the third wins.
HIS REASON. .
Solomon explained his magic carpet,
"It doesn't show if I forget to wipe
my feet,", he announced.
Considering the number of Mrs. S.'s,
this was Indeed an advantage.-Har
WORST FORM OF ECZEMA
Blucli Splotches All Over Face-Affected
Farts Now Clear ns Ever-Cured l>y
Hi? Cutluttrn Iteniedie*,
"About four years ago 1 was ah'licted
vfrith black splotches all over my face and
a few covering my body, widen produced
a severe itching irritation, and which
caused nie a great desi of a-.uoyaace and
suffering, to su:h nu extent that 1 was
forced io cnll in two of the leading phy
sicians of ray town. After .. thorough ex
amination of the drc.-.ded complaint they
announced it to be skin eczema in ?ts
worst form. They treated me for the
same for tb: le;j;;h of ene year, but the
treatment did me no good. JBr.dlly my
luiiban . purchased d sti o? \'.,e L'uticura
Kemedie-i, and ofter usin., the contents ol
the first bottle of Cuti?ura insolvent in
connection with the Cuticura L'oap and
Ointment, the brenkinj out" entirely
stopped. 1 continued the usc of .he Cuti
cura Remedies f-r six mo tbs, and after
that every sp^tch as entire!)' gone and
the aifecicc! parts were (cit n? clear us
ever. The I micurn Jtemcdieb not only
cured me of that c .cartful dise.-^o, eczpma,
but other, comp'.catp1 tr ib.'es ai well.
Lizzie ?. Sledge, 540 Jones Ave., Selmu,
?la. Jct. 28, lOOj."
Tess-Oh, yes, she's certainly get
Tess-Yes, she's beginning to com
plain that the styles of bonnets and
gowns are not as pretty as they
used to be.-Philadelphia Press.
BEANS WITH BEEF.
Eeans to be bolls! with beef should
bo put Into a kettle of cold water
with a quarter teaspoonful o? batons
soda. They should bo brought to a
good boiling temperature and bc kept
boiling briskly all the while they are
cooking. Boil, or rather, parboil them
until thc skin cracks and rolls back
when the breath is blown over a few
held In a teaspoon. Be sure to have
a teakettle full of belling water to
fill up with as the water bells away.
The meat, beef or pork, should be
put into a sepal ate kettle and cook
just enough so that it will have plenty
of time to finish casking and become
tender after being put with-the beans
after they have been drained. Cr.? a
must bc taken that the beans do not
epetc too long in the first water for
If they do they will cook tn pieces be
Reflections of ? Bachelor.
. Shaking hands may signify friend
ship, fincf then again it may indicate
A man would haye to have a lot
of money to feel there was any that
could . be spared for people who
Hot tempers cool off love better
It's funny that a girl always prom
ises to marry ? indu when ehe is doing
the whole thing anyway.
Diplomacy ls a matter of business
though a polite business, hedged about
by etiquette and forms and adorned
willi a few frills. Get behind the llng
?rie and. ih? lingo and go to the heart
Df the thing and you will find it Verb
rauch like tire practice of law. The
man with th*e ?eat case ought to Win,
and when he doesn't arid the man
with the poorer case does win it is be
cause he ls the better man and knows
better how to present his case and
how to* handle it. There is ??other
popular notion that the American1 dip
lomatic establishment is weak be
cause cur representatives abroad con
tend with men trained all their lives
In tho diplomatic school. We have
ho permanent diplomatic establish
ment. Our ?mbassadors arid ministers
abroad are picked from law offices';
editorial rooms and even counting
rooms. Usually they had no preV'
acquaintance with diplomatic- work.
Yet nine times out of ten .hey are
more than ? r??tch for the men they
have to deal with abroad. Br?adt? add
strength of character, knowledge of
human nature and experience gained
in the rough and tumble of life count
for quite as much as the other fel
h'W's dilettante culture. It is the
judgment of the best observers
throughodt the World as the other fel
ful American i?wyers ?nd editors
easily hold their own against their
competitors.-Walter Wellman, in j
SALT FOR CHOLERA.
At ? meeting of the Kansas Poultry
Association Mr. ?. HaHagtoU said:
"This fall Mrs. Harrington discovered j
that the cholera had appeared among j
her chickens. I had heard somewhere |
that there is nothing to beat salt as
a disinfectant.- I had the hired man
clean the henhouse as clean as he
could, wash it out thoroughly With
just as strong brine as he could make,
and fill every crack and crevice with
the brine. He did so, and we haven't
lost a hen since. I tried the same
thing on my hogs when the cholera
broke out among theih, ?hd I am sat
isfied that I saved a lot of them and
prevented a further spread of the dis
From saying to doing is a long way
-From thc Italian.
suffer every month In s
pair. The ailments pe
should receive prompt
irregular functions, fallin
follow the example of th
ands of women who
been relieved or cured,
take Wine of Cardui.
Sold by all Druggist
Mrs. Partington in Court,
"I took my knitting-work and wer.t
. up into the gallery," said Mrs. Part
ington, the day after visiting one of
the city courts; "I went up Into the
gallery, and after I had adjusted my
specs. I looked down Into thc room,
but I couldn't see any courting going
on. An old gentleman seemed to be
asking a good many impertinent
questions-just like ?ome old folks
and people were sitting around max
ing minutes of the conversation. 1
don't see how they made out what
was said, for they all told different
stories. How much easier lt would
bo to get along If they were all ruade
to tell the same story! The case, as
they call lt, was given to the jury, but"
I couldn't see lt, and a gentleman
with a long pole was made to swear
that he'd keep an eye on 'em, and see
that they didn't run away with it.
Eimeby in they came again, and they
said somebody was guilty of some
thing, who had just said he was inno
cent, and didn't know nothing about it
no more than the litt!*? baby that had
naver subsistence. I came away soon
afterward; but I couldn't help think
ing hew trying lt must bc to sit there
all dav, shut out from the blessed
A telegram from Athens states that
thc expedition sent from Genoa and
Leghorn to explore the bottom of the
sea off thc city of Athens for re
ma;?* of ancient Roman galleys has
already met with success. The divers
have found a ga ley containing ex
ceedingly elegant amphorasof ii Ct Ii
cenliiry work. The construction ot'
the galley presents several features
of special interest, notably a hitherto
unknown system of pins or bolts.
WELL PEOPLE TOO
Wiso Doctor Gives Postum to Con?
A wisc doctor tries to give nature
its best chance by saving the little
strength of the already exhausted
patient, and building up wasted en
ergy with simple but powerful nour
"Five years ago," writes a doctor,
"I commeuce i to use Postum in my
own family instead of coffee. I vas
so weil pleased with the resulte that
I had two grocers place it In stock,
guaranteeing its sale.
"I then commenced to recommend
it to my patients in place of coffee,
as a nutritious beverage. The con
sequence is, every store in town is
nov/ -.elling it, as it has become a
household necessity in many homes.
'i'm cure I prescribe Postum as
oTLen as any one remedy in the Ma
; .Medica-in almost every cass
i : uligestion and nervousness I
c, and with the best results.
..When I oner, introduce it into a
.rally, it is quite sure to remain. I
nail continue to use it and prescribe
in families where I practice.
"In convalescence from pneumonia,
yphoid fever and other cases, I give
as a liquid, easily absorbed diet,
on may use my letter as a refer
nce any way you see fit," Na,me
b.vcn hy Tostum Co., Battle Creek,
Mich! Read "The Road to WeUvipe"
1? plisa, ''There's a reaiQii:"
' Governor Swanson has concluded
to go to Radford Saturday td intro
duc? Mr. Bryan.
? movement is on foot in Virginia
to elect the members of the State
Corporation Commission by popular
Major F. R. Lassiter has return
ed to virginia after a two months'
trip through Europe*:
Fireman John Floyd was Killed by
the explosion of his locomotive at
A LOCAL MANAGER WANTED.
'An Independent Income Assured.
We are going to place at once a lo
cal manager in every town or county
in the United States. We wantTnen
and women of character, tact and
perseverance to1 represent us. The
reward is complete independence and
a remuneration most generous. Our
proposition is without exception the'
most liberal and best paying one ever
offered capable, ambitious men or
women. You can secure ai Onco a
Steady and assured income. Previous
experience is not necessary. All you
need is confidence In your ability.
We have a straight, clean-cut money
maker. It is the kind of a money
maker that you have been looking
for. There is no limit to the income
that you can make. We want to
hear from every man or woman who
.es to secure a regular income
and are willing to make money. We
have just what you want and can
start you at once. Write us to-day
before others secure your district.
Address CIRCULATION, No. 182
Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Reflections of a Batchelor.
Hardly anything costs less than j
good manners, but there is mighty.
little to bc had.-New York Pres.
Knicker-Express wagons full of i
trunks show that people are coming!
home. Booker-So do the ones thai; ?
arc left behind-New York Sun,
Tho Poultry Yard
Ls a Monthly .Magazine published in
.the interest of Poultry. You should
have it; Send 25c to " The Poultry
Yard, Charlotte, N.,C., for a whole
year's subscription. '
FITS, St. Vitus'Dance :Nervous Diseases per .
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. ?2 atrial bottle and treatise free.
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Thc prick of a piu is enough to
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Words the women use-are seldom
Some people look on home as a
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How many wpmen do 70U know who.
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