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Engli1b~p*e" are Ih bloom herej
The weather for the past few days
is really delightful.
Monday last was the warmest day
of the seseon.
To cure dull times, apply an adver
tisement to the afflicted part.
Rev. 1qgh McLees will occupy the
pulpit ihhe Methodist Church on the
5th Sunday, the 29th inst,
Hon. D. F. Bradley, one of our
Representatives, left here on Sunday
last, to attend the meeting of the
Tanned squirrel skins, for the pur
pose of making telephones, are in
great. demand at this place, and a fair
price will be paid for them by the
young man with the sid'e whiskers.
Died, at the residence of her father,
Mr. Abel Hendricks, on Monday 16th
inst., Miss T. A. Hendicks. She was
an estimable young lady, and her
death will be mourned by all who
All nature is now rapidly putting
on again that beautiful and golden
green dress so pleasant and agreeable
to the eye. Spring is certainly the
most lovely season of the four.
The piscatorial season promises to
be one of considerable profit to our
merchants, for the fisiing mania is
not confined to the young, but is
participated in by those of riper years.
Hence fishing tackle is in demand in
Plant all kinds of garden seeds just
as quick as possible. It will be en,
tirely safe, for there will be no rnore
frost. Persimmon leaves will escape
boing killed this time sure.
Writwithitanding the hard times
and scarcity of money, Mr. WV. Tr.
.. McF"all hais just received and opened
a splendii stock of everything usually
kept in an u -countr~y store. All
fresh and new. Call on him when
you como to Pickens and see for your
We hteard the tirst whiIppoorwill of
the season on Sunday evening last.
No inure cold weather wvill be expe
rienced. Seed timo is upon us. Faur,
mer's should hasten to plant now.
Very little corn anid lese.cotton has, as
yet, been planted in this CJountry.
'ihe peaca crop in this County is,
we think, a certainty. We have been
minus peaches here since 1874. Many,
fanrmors had laid the axo at the root
of their trees in case they missed the
His shingle will read: ".D. H.
Chamberlain, attorney at law, New
Yor'k city. Proclamations construe..
'' ted with neatness and despatch. Spe
cial, facilities for transacting oases
where unusual cheek is required."
Rejoice, Carolinians, at the depart..
ure of Chamberlain from your State.
Ho has become a member of a Newe
York law firm, the partnership com
meonces the 1st of May.
The State of South Carolina
IN TIlE PROBATE COURT
Marcus D. Keith, in his individual right, and
as Executor of the last Will of Mary B.
Keith, deceased, Plaintiff, against James M.
Keith, Columbus Keith, Win. Keith, Tern.
perance Keith, Bebecca Keith, Elizabeth
Hendricks, and husband, George K. lien
dricks, Stephen D. Keith, Mary Keith,
widow of George Keith, deceased, Martha
Owens, and husband, Duke W. Oweuita
Nancy Ferguson and husband, Augustus
Ferguson, Mary Tally and husband, Ru..
ben Tally, Stephen Keith and Rebecca
Complaint for R~elief.
TO William Keith, one of the defendants
4 ~ 7OU are hereby summoned and required
Lto answer the complaint in this action,
which is filed in the office of the Probate
Judge at Pickens Court House, in and for the
County and State aforesaid, and serve a copy
ot' your answer on the subscribers at their
office, on the public square of Pickens Court
HOrono, in the State aforesaid, within twenty
daya .ftcr the service of the summons on you,
exclusiv, of the day of service. If you fail
to answer the complaint within that time the
Plntiff will apply to thne Court for the relief
demnanded in the complaint.
NORTON, KEITH & HIOLLTNGSWORT H,
TO Win. Keith, one of the Defendaets in the
TakeMotice, that this action is commenced
for the partition of land, in the Probate G ourt
for the County and State aforesaid, and that
4 the summons and complaint in said action
was filed in the office of the Probate Judge at
Pickens Court House, in and for the Oounty
end State aforesaid on the 24th day of April,
A. D- 1877, and that you are required to ap,
pear in the cause by the thirtieth (lay of June
next, or the Plaintiff will apply to tihe court
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
NORTON, KEITH & HIOLLINGSWOR1TH,
[ . s.J W. G. FXILn, probate Judge r.c.
april 26, 1877 83
bTATE OF O Oal0L8A.
COUNTY OF PICKNS.
VALUABLE LANDS IN &
THE TOWN OF EASLEY;
Capable of being Cut up
into Beautiful Busil
ness and lesi
B Y virtue of sundry executions to me di
rected, I will sell to the highest bidder,
before the Court House door, at Pickens C.
H., on the first Monday in May next, the fol-,
lowing described Lands, to wit:
Tract No. 1.
All of that Tract or Parcel of Land, known
as the R. N. Smith Place, containing Ten
Acres, more or less, whereon Elias Hendricks
now lives, fronting the A. and R. A. Line
Railroad, anti adjoining lands of William A.
Mauldin, Russell, Martin & Co., and others.
Tract No. 2.
All of that Tract or Parcel of Land, known
as the Govey Smith Place, containing Sixty.
seven acres, more or less, whereon Tyler Hill
now lives, adjointng lands of Wm. A. Mauld.
in, Dr. R. J. Gilliland, William Hendricks,
Levied on as the property of Abner Mul.
linix, at the suits ot W. A. Mauldin, W. J.
Smith and others.
TE(tMS CASH-Purchasers to pay extra
for titles, &c.
eJJOAB MAULDIN, s.r.c.
april 12, 1877 81 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PIOKENS.
IN Till COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Stephen D. Keith, James A. Griffin and J.
Calhoun Griffin, Surviving Administrators
of E. H. Griffin, Senior, deceased, Plaintiffs.
A. R. Newton Felger, Alonzo M. Folger and
B. Fletcher Lesley, Defendants.
Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage of Real
B Y virtue of a decretal order of His Hon.
T. HI. Cooke, Judge of the 8th Judicial
Circuit., in this case, bearing date the sixth
day of March, A. D., 1877, I will sell to the
highest bidder, before the Court Ilouse'door
at Pickens Court House, between the legal
hours of sle, on Monday, the seventh day of
May next, the following described Premises,
All those certain Pieces, Parcels or Tracts
of Lad near the Town of New Pickens,
known as Lots No.1I and No. 2, containing One
and Three Quarter acres, more or iess, nnd
lying South of Main street, WVest of the Good
lett H ouse, adjoining the Lots of S. D. Good,
lett, deceased on the East, Andy Bowen on
the West, on the South by Lots 7 and 9, pur,
chased by E. E. Mason.
TERM18 CASHI. Purchasers to pay extra
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P.c
april 5, 1877 30 4
STATE OF SO UT[I CAROLINA.
IX THlE COURT OF COMMfAON PLEAS
S. D. Keith, James A. Griffin and J. C. Grif
fin, as Surviving Administrators of the
Estate of E. 11. Griffin, Senior, deceased,
Andy Bowen and Alonzo M. Folger, De
fen dan ts.
Complaint to Foreclose Mortgage of Real
B Y virtue of a decretal order from His
lHon. T. II Cooke, Judge .of the 8th Ju.,
dicial Circuit, in this case bearing date the
sixth day of March. A. D., 1877, 1 will sell
to the highest. bidder, before the Court House
door at Pickens Court Ilouse, between the
legal hours of sale, on Monday, the seventh
day of May next, the following described
LAND, to wit:
All that Piece, Parcel or LOT of LAND,
lying near the Town of Pickens, known as
Lot No. 3, and lying on the South side of
Main street, containing one acre, more or
less, andl adjoining No. 2 on the East and
No. 4 on the West, whereon Andy Bowen
TERMS CASH-Purchaser to pajv extra
JOAB MAULDIN, s.P' c.
ap,ril 5, 1877 30 4
ST[ATE OF SOUTh CAROLINA,
B3Yvirtue of an order to me directed by
W.0. Field, Esq , .Judge of Probate,
in an1d for said County, I will sell to the
highest bidder, on .saleday in Ma~y next (7th)
the following descirted REAL ESTATE, to
41l that PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND,
situate in the County and State aforesaid, on
branches of Golden's creek, adjoining lands
of Wmn. W. Clayton, Taylor O'dell, Cato
Banks and others, containing 254 acres, more
or less. -Sold as the property of Emily Banks
and others, for partition.
JOAB MAULDIN, E.P.c.
april 5, 1877 80 4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.
B3Y vru'of an execution to me dire'cted,
I wil sell to the highest bidder before
the Court House door, during the legal hours
of sale, on Saleday in May next, the following
One Tract of Land, whereon L. C. Neal
now resides, known as the Pickensville Place,
in the County of Pickens, containing Three
Hundred and Seventeen acres, more or less,
adjoining lands of 8te phen Watson, John W.
Wilson and others. Levied on as the prop
erty of A. M. Neal, at the suit of WV. G. Field,
Judge of Probate for Pickens County.
TERMS C.kSH-Purchasers to pay extra
~ JOAB3 MAULDIN, sro
april 12, 1877 8
TO V AS ,000
will 'pay th4 matke
# ash s
JOHN T. GOSSETT & 00.
N. 0. Molasses.
A heavy supply of the above Molasses in
store, which we purehased in New Orleans
and which we will warrant to be a genuine
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
Call on its and get any of the Early Vari
rties of Northern Potatoes
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
We are getting in store, a good supply o:
the above implements, which we are offering
at a very small advance above cast and car.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
SPRING STYLE PRINTS;
Uinghams, Cotton Plaids;
Cambrics, Long Cloths, &c;
Coates' and Clarks' 0. N. T. Spool Tread;
Whittemore's Cotton Cards
Turkey Red Yarn, Palmetto Fans;
Braids, Cotton Hose, &c., &c..
And a full lin of all sorts of Dry Good:
and Notions in store and to arrive soon
Call in and see for yourselves.
JOHN T. GOSSEY & CO.
Easley, S. C., Feb. 12, 1877
U. S. INTERNAL REVENUE
May L, 1877, to_April 30. 1878
T If E Revise~d Statutes of the United States
*. dcCt i mis 3232, 3237, 3238 and 323'J, rcequir
every person eungaged in any bus'iuess, avoca
(ion, or emlploymennt which renders him lia
ble to a SPECIA L TAX, to procure and plac
conspiculously in his eatablishmnent or plaie
of business a STAMP denot.ing the paymen
of said SPECIA L T AX for the Special Ta
Year beginning May 1, 1877, before com
mencing or continuing business after Apri
A return, as prescribed on Form 11, is als
required by law of every person liable t
Special Tax, as above.
The Taxes embraced within the provision
of the law above quoted are the following, viz
Rectifiers, $200 04
Dealears, retail liquor, 25 04
Dealers, wholesale liquor, 100 04
Dealers in malt liquors, wholesale, 50 04
Dealers in malt liquors retail, 20 01
Dealers in leaf tobacco, 25 01
Retail dealers in le41f tobacco, 500 04
And en sales of over $1,000, fifty
cents for every dollar in excess
Dealers in manufactured tobacco, 5 0(
Manufacturers of stilts, - 60 04
And for each still manufactured, 20 0(
And for each worm manufactured, 20 01
Manufacturers of tobacco, 10 0(
Manufacturers of cigars, 10 0(
Peddlers of tobacco, first elass (more
than two horses or other animals) 50 01
Peddlers of tobacco, second class,
(two horses or other animals) 25 01
Peddlers of tobacco, third class (one
horse or other animal) 15 01
Peddlers of tobacco, fourt h class (on
foot or public conveyance) 10 04
Brewers of less than 600 barrels, 50 01
Brewers of 500 barrels or more, 100 04
Any person so liable, who shall fail t<
comply with the foregoing requirements wil
be subject, to severe penalt,ies.
Persons or firms liable to pay any of thi
Speceal Taxes named above must apply t,
L. CASS CARPENTER, Collectvr of Interna
Revenue at Columbia, and pay for and pro
cure the Speceal Tax Stamp or Stamps the'
need, prior to May 1, 1877k and withzou
Special Tax ditamp's will be transmitted b'
mail on receipt from the person or firm or
dering the same of specific directions so t
do, together with the necessary postag
stamps or the amount required to pay th~
postage. VTe postage on one stamp is thre
cents and( on t wo stamps six cents. If it i
desired that they be transmitted by register
ed mail ten cents additional should accompa
ny the application.
GREEN Bi. RIAUM,
Comnmissioner of internal Revenue.
OFFICEm QF INTERNAL REVE.NUE,
Washington, D. C., January 23, 1877.
March 22, 1877 18 mar2ap2
Criitadoro's THair Dye Is the SAFEST an
BEST; it acts instantaneously, producing tli
most naturl shades of Black or Brown; do<4
NOT ST AiN the SKIN, and is easily applie<
It is a standlard preparation, and a favorii
upon every well appointed Toilet for Lady<
Gentleman. Sold by DruggiAts.
P. 0. Box, 1683. New York.
Dec 2I,1886 _____165
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
.Notice is hereby given to all persorn
concerned, that on the 15th day of May nex
I will apply to WV. W. Field, Judge of Pr<'
hate for Pickens County, South Carolina, f<
leave to maike a Final Settlemnent of the Ei
tate of Hulda E. Lark, and ask to be discharge
therefrom as Administrator.
W. A. LARK,
'spell 19, 1877 33 4
Time to Pay Me
Something on your account, so thal
I can keep up my Stock of
Goods anjd always have
Want on hand at all times. If' yoi
Anything on Last Years' Account,
Don't put n e off any longer, bul
come square up.
If you want more Goods
Them to you on easy terms. I wani
to sell you
Or for Cash or Barter, or
That will best suit you,
Be under~old, and my Newv Stock o
Dry Goods, Uoots, Shoes, Uats, &c.
cant be beait. Call and see me.
WV. T. McFALL.
Oct 12, 187G 6
HPE undersigned have associated witI
.Lthem in the conduct of' their business o
Tanning and MIanufactuing
Boots and Shoes,
MR. CHARLE'S WEITNAUIER, as a partnel
equally interes'ted with us therein. Thb
name of the firm will hereafter be the
"OCONE~E TANNERY." Thankful for pas
patronage, we bespeak a continuance of th<
same. Our senior, Mr. Filzinger, has a fin<
reputation as a Tanner, and will be able t.
supply customers in this line withI the bes
artiole of SOLE, UPPER AND HIARNESS
We will' continue to mianu'factiyre our firs
Iclass hand matg
IAnd offer them on the best termsq.
OUR BOOTS and SHOES ate for sale b,
W I. T. MeFAI,I1, at Pickenis CourFt hlouse
cheap for cash, or~ which will be exchange<
for Hides on reaso-nable terms.
G . W. FILZINGER,
Juyt0 GOTTLOBE WANNER.
Juy2,1876 46 tf
T1e tate of SoutIh CaroIin
Cotrnty of' Pickcens.
1N COURT COMMON PLEAS
ce Rob'L A. Thomnpsoft Plain tiff, against Win. E
- Summons in Attachment, on Money Demand
-TO William S. Williams, Defendant in thi
'OU are hierely summoned and requ,lire
..to answer the comlaint,. in this actior
which is filed in the office of thie Cler
of the Court of Common Pleas for the sai
.County, and to serve a copy of your answe
on the subscriber at his oflice, on the Publi
Square, at WValhalla, South Carolina, withi
twenty days after the service of thtissummon
on you, exclusive of the day of service.
If you fail t.o answer the conTpla&int within th
time aforesaid, the plaintiff will apply to th
Court for judlgment against you for the sur
d of Seven Hundred and Ninety-six Dollai
e and twenty-seven cents, with interest at ihi
is rate of seven per centum per annum, from th~
I. sixth day of March, one thousanid eight hun
.e dred and seventy-six, and costs.
r W alhalla, S. 0.
Dated March 24th, 1877.
ROB'T A. THOMPSON,
WValhalla. So. Ga.
- JOHN J. LPW18, ccP
sTO the D)efendant-Wim. S. Williams.
t, Take norice thiat the sumnzons, complain
>- and attachment, were filed in the Clerk's o
r fice, at Pickens Court. House, South Carolin,
:- on the 24th da.s of March, 1877,
d R~OB'T A. THOMPSON,
W aIhalla, 8. C.
March 2n 18776
"cotto for hals.'
A FAIR EXCHANGE T
THE FOLLOWING CELEBRATE
BRADLEY'S PAT. PHOSPHATE,
PALMETTO ACID PHOSPHATE,
WILCOX, GIBBS, & CO'S MANI,
For salo on liberal terms. (Freight.
ILUDGENS & BOLT.
Ensley, 8. 0., Feb. 8, 1877 22 Sm
RUSS:LL5 MATIN & 0.
Dry-goods n Droccries an Corn and
EASLEY STATION, S. C.
TIIE CELEBRARTED ETIWAN
DIS. BONE, always on hand for com
IARIS'S COMPOUND, AND
Also, John Morryman & Co Ammo.
niated Dissolved Bones--in any quan,
titics to suitL purslasers. Apply for
terms and prices-at Easley, A. &
R. A. L. I. W
RUSSELL, MARTIN & CO.
March 15, 1877 26 i
NEW An ATTflArTIr,
HAGOOD & ALEXANDER'S,
PICKENS C. II., S. C.,
W E A RE -NOW RECEIVING
from Nowv York and Baltimore, a large
and slenCdid Stock of
Those Goods were carefully solocted
and closely bought by one of tho firm,
and CAN and WILL RE sold at aston
ishingly low figures.
Among the many novelties to be
found in onr stock, is the neat and
handsomo Tilden, HIondricks, and
Ilampton IIATS, and the stylish
fHampton COL LAR.
Call early, mako your seloctions
Sand be happy.
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDER.
Oct 25, 1876 8
iUsed in nearly every locality in many
Settled beyond a doabt-No one questions
the fact that mcore ciases of whiites, suppres
sed and irregular menses and uterine ob
t structions, of every kind, are being daily
cured, by I)r. J- Bradfleld's Female Recgulator,
than by all other remedies combined. Its
success in Georgia and other States is beyond
Sprecedent in th.e annals of phiisic. ThoiusaLnds
,of certificates from women everywhere pour in
1 upon the propriet or. The at tent ion of prom
inent medical men is ar'oused in behalf of this
wonderful compound, andl the most success
ful practioners use it. If women suffer here.
- after it will be their own fault. Female
Regulator is prepared and sold by L. IH
Bradfield,1)ruggist, Atlanta, Ga., and may be
bought at $1,50 per bottle at any respectable
.Drug Htore in the Union.
.EFFEcTrL TnULY WoNnhEllRFUL.
CanTE,nsr'It.E, GaL., April 26, 1869.--This
will certify that two members of my imme
'(date family, after having sufferedl for many
8 years from menstrual irregularity, and having
been treated without benetit, by various med
d ical doctors, were at length completely curedl
4 hy one bottle of Dr. .J. Bradfield's 1FMA LE
RE~GUL~ATORL. I therefore dleemn it my dluty
to furnish this certificate, with the hope of
(drawing attention of suffering womienkinzd to
C the merits of a medlicine whose power in cur,
n ing irregular and suppressed menstruation,
a has been proven under my own personal ob
- servation, Its effect on such cases is trulY
e wonderful, andi well may the remedy be calledl
0 "Woman's Best Friend."
u Yours respectfully,
JAs. W. S-rRnoP,.
e Sept. 7, 1876 1 4
e - -
IT AKE this method of informing all partiles
nerested, that I will be foundm~ in my of
fice, at Pickens Court House on cachi WEn
N EsDAY and TIIIURanAY, and on each ..su EDAY,
for the purpose of transacting any bumsines
that comes under my jurisdiot tonl.
t, . As my duties as School Commissioner will
r-- compell me to be abseM~ in dliffereint paLrts of
I, the County, I appoint these -pecial days for
tbe benefit of all concerned. C'Rice hours,
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
G. WV. SINGLETON.
Fob 8, 1877 22
J 8 COTUnANr ,W E Ho.cMes, |R A Cun,I
Abbeville C It . Jiberth '. j Pbqk'nsCI
COTHRAN, ROLCOXE M CHID,
A TTORNEYS 4 CO UV$, ORS A ?LA W,
.P Ic E N 0., - E. 8. C.,
Will Practice in.61 tho Cuxts of the State
and Courts- of th9eUA1i 0s, for the Dim..
triot of Soutfi CarolIfnp
March 29 1*8 7.
Norton, Keith & Ellingsworth
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice in. the Circuit and' Prebate
Courts foi Pickens County, ad in the Vnite#
States Courts of this-8te from that counWy.
One of the Senior partners will be presemtto
assist in the. transaction of any importano
business during vacation.
J. J. NORTO,14 Wal"lla
W. C. KEITH, j.
C. L. IfOLlNG3YORTH,PickensC. I.
March 2:1, 17Gl 29
W HITNER XYMMME.
ATTORNET ANI)-COUNBELLOR Alf ZAW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Practices in the Circuit ourt and Court 9
Probate for Pickeng ounty.
May 16 42 6ue
ISAAC M. BRYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
1MISMUSL a, go, 31 ci
Practices in Courts of Pickens
County, and in United States Courts
[DR. CEO. W. EARLE. hawing located at
.D Pickens C. 11., with the view of devot-e
ing his entiire attention to his Profession fit
all its diferent. branches, now offers his ser,
vices to fihe citizens of Pickens and surround'
ingcollntrly. lie hopes to meet the expecta
tion of the people by prompt attention to all
cases entrusted to his care; with the experi
ence of fifteen years, witI four years in' the
various llospitals during. t.he late war, where
all diseases that f'eshi is heir to wMe, seen an
Special attention given to oil dlsemea pei
cuiar to women and children. 1le can be
found at his residence (at all timenuntess
piofessionally absent,) formerly occupied by
Mrs. Ilughes, att 1thEst end' ot Main street.
March 1, 1877 25 8m
JfLLUTST'RA.TED P~RICED CA TALt9UO%
Fifty pages-300O Illustrations, with Do
scription of tliousands of t'lle best. Flowers
anid Vegetables in the world, and lhe way te
grow them--all for a two cent postage stamp,
Printed in- German and English..
Vick's Floral Gulide, Quasterly, 25 ent. a
Vick's Flower and Vegetable' Garden, 50s
cents in paper; in elegant cloth covers $1.00
A(I(dress, dJA fEs V ICK, Rochest er, N. Y,
V'ick's FlIoral Guide
a bentiful Quiarterly Journal, finely illustraf ed
and containing and eloganbo olored. Flower
Plate with the first number. Price only 25
cents for the year. Tihe first No. for l'8T
just. issued in Germanu and English.
Vick's Flower and Vegetable Garden, in
50 cents: wi'tfi elegant cloth covers $1.00.
Vick's Calalogue--800 IlluetratIiods, only 2
JAMnM Vzec, R'ocliester, N. Y.
FLO WE)? AND VEGET'ABLE' GARDEN'
s the mos6 beautiful work of the kind -in the
world. It contains unearly 154) pages, hun-.
dreds of fine illustrat ions, and six chromuo
plates of flowers, beautifully drawn and 401
ored from nature. Prise 50 cunts in paper
covers $1.00 in elegant cloth. P'rinted- ia
German and English.
Vick's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents.
Vick's Catalogue--800 Illustrations, 25 oto.
A ddress Jl Es Vi cK, Rochester N. Y.
Jan. 25 20 d
18'75. . - .. . - - 1.878.
TAIL AND !I7Z SQ
OURIJI ATTENTION TS MOST RE8PECOT
Ifully cal led to the largest and decidedly
thie CIIEAPEST Stock of Goods that has
ever been exhibited in West Greenville ; con
sisting of DRY GOODS, BOOTS, S2E,
HATS, KARD WARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., eta.
Our prices arc so low that nto house this
side of New York can under-sell us.
We sell Goods strictly for C4811, which
enables uts to make the above dec!aration.
We keep constantly on hand a large lot of
DOORS, SASHI and BLINDS, at prices tilat
We also keep on 'wa.d a large lot of the..
celebrated GRANGE~ PLOW STOCKS, :'.
which we invite your attention.
We have also conneeted to our Store,
a Large WAGON YARD, with a well of Good
Water, which is Free and OrauN to AL,L,
CELY & RROTHER,
Greenville S. C., October 1 1875. 'nog
A I[ORE AND FARM OF
On the line of a GREAT RIATLR,OAD, with
goodl a arkets both East and West.
Now is the Time to Seoure It.
Mild Climate, Fertile Soil, Best country for
Stock Raising in the United States.
Books. Maps, Full Information, also 'Tva
Pbo:E1n'' sent free to all parts of the world.
Addrers 0. F. DAVIzI,
Land Cmrmissioner U. P. Rt. 'R.