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BY OLINKSCALES & LANGSTON
ANDERSON, S. C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1901.
VOTiTT^lTfl YYYVT1 M/\ 10
There (fe?ms to be no let. np in the demand for our H.,
& & M. Clothes.
Nothing we have had in yerura has met with such instant
and sustained success. ?
' They inspire enthusiasm amoug our customers and creal:
talk about our Store. y
H., S. & H. Suits from $10.00 ts $20.00.
Other good Suits at $5 00, $6.00, $7.50 and $8.50.
ANDERSON, S. 'c.,
* I have a FRESH SHIPMENT of this FLOUR. Every Sack is guar
amteed to be the btst and giv . perfect f>ati-factiou.
24 pound Sack, 65c.
48 pound Sack, $1.25.
Barrel, $4 75.
Whtu you buy this Ftpur you know *hat you are'getting, and it costs
no nore than cheap Flour. Why not buy the best?
THE CASH GROCER.
BF YOU ARE A PURCHASER OF
Our Price* and UOOCIK will Mir^y Tempt You.
Wo have always givtn good value? io this 'inc, ai d-the*e ii no reason
. why we should not di rhe ?ame tor y ?d'. In hu vi og Shoes you want to. look
nt tho quality as well as the p>ie?a. Cir- stand ihc closest inspection and are
well made and durable.
We-use die i.ttuost caution and b jy only those ?hb*s which we alwolutely
know to be of the very best quality. Wc- do not experiment ?with various
Hues but htick to those which have the manufacturers as well aa our gu?rantee
behind them, and should by ?hahe i any imperfection in workmanship or
leather occur, you will allays fled tn ready to satisfy you.
TSE BIOU SE?E FOR MEN.
This ts thc ujfr?t rosannabiy priced High Grado Shoe hu the market. We
have them in ali the various leathers and stvleiv
- The liberty bell, in charge ol
Philadelphia police, will be cu exhib?
tion nt the Charleston exposition.
.1- Tho Republican Executive Com
mittee met in Columbia last week ant
endorsed Geo. li. Huggins for collec
tor internal revenue.
' - J. M. Hill, tho bravo depot agou:
at Greers, was shot three times on thc
night of thc 15th inst, by a maskec
mao, to whom he refused to surrende:
'h?ca anfn f?7
- Mrs. Mattie Marcus, a white wo
mao, working in thc Cumden Cottoi
Mill, shot and killed her husband
Henry M,arcus. Her husband, wa!
advancing on her with a knife.
- Two young white men at Dillot
tried to play a practical joke on i
"skcery" negro Thursday night. Ai
a result one of them, Baker GaSque
has a load of bird shot in his face une
- In A ugusta Columbia carried oil
most of thc honors of thc fireman't
tournament, winning thc- prizes ic
every race except the hand reel race,
and taking home $750 of thc $95(1
Secret a ry Holloway, of the State
Fair Association, is enthusiastic over
the prospects of thc Fair. He says
that the entries are coming iu thick
and fast, and that the outlook now ia
for a far better class of exhibits than
- At Greenwood there is a project
on foot to organize a batting mill with
2,000 pounds daily production to use
thc waste of the nearby oil and cotton
mills. T. B. Leo is interested and
several thousand of the necessary
$20,000 has been subscribed.
- Calvin M. Smith, a prominent
planter cf Pickeos gounty, was found
murdered Tuesday night, 15th inst.,
in the road about four miles from his
home. The* position of a gunshot
wound pa the left side indicates that
Smith was shot from ambush.
- J. J. Grafton, who is at the
head of One of the largest tourist
syndicates in the country, is in Char
leston for the purpose of looking over
the situation there with a view to in
a?ugrat?nga series of tourist trains
from various points in the United
Suites to Charleston during the Expo
- It seems that F. H. Lynes, the
Greenville restaurant keeper who at
tempted Buioide two weeks ago, took
$30 from a young lady's letter on the
day he attempted suicide. The young
lady was his cash ie;, Miss Lillie Ken
nedy, and she had received the $30 in
currency. Lynes used it to pay debts
- The gsnte of football to be play
ed between the toaras from the Uni
versity of North Carolina and Clem
son will be one of the best games of
the season among the Southern .col
lf -! and the result will be awaited
with great interest by the students ;
over the State. It will be played in &
few ?Cckb at Raleigh, N. C.
- City Treasurer W.% B-. McDaniel,
of Greenville, has made a report for
two years, ending September 21. The
income of the city for tv o years was
$128,498.26 and the expenditures the
same. The bonded indebtedness and
liability of the city is $210,157.15, and
the value of the property of the muni
- The grand jury of Spartanburg
county has reported a true bill against
C. P. Sims, an attorney, for violation
of the dispensary law. . Thc warrant
was sworn out ly one of the consta
bles two or three weeks ago. He is,
charged with selling through an agenr
cy, transporting and storing whiskey.
Sims says it is a false charge brought
by some of his enemies, and that he
will come out all rUht.
- Governor McSwccney is consider
ing Iiis uuuuai message to thc general
assembly. Ho will write a brief mes
sage, bnt will cover all possible points,
but he docs not yvant to suggest any
thing revolutionary. Ile will make
certain suggestions along lines which
have been clearly indicated by his
course, while governor, with regard to
the dispensary law, and in other mat
- Superintendent McMahan ia his
efforts to assist the county superin
tendents with the work of instruct
ing the teachers, and in accordance
with the recently issued- course of
study, has decided to send out Mr.
McGhec to various points in thc State
to meet with the teachers on Satur
day aud give them instructions on
thc use of thc course of study.
--There seems tobe decided op
position to the creation, of Loe coun
ty. Governor McSwceney has receiv
ed a number of letters protesting
against various phases of the fight,
?.ut thc special fight seems to bc on
thc area to be included in tho new
county. Governor McSweoney finds
that the law does not make him tba
judge of any' of these matters, and
that upon the proper showing being
made to him and the petition of vot
ers, that there is no option for' him
but to call tho election :i?u let
voters settle the watter.
- Another shocking rmrdor is add
ed to the Hong list of crinea which dis
grace Ashley Junction and its vicin
ity. The junction ts six .miles out
af Charleston, and is widely known
for tho variety and heinousness of
misdeeds whian nre ihere'cqrainiiteu.
When the .itore of Theodore ^Mapns,
was opened last Thursday morning
bis nephew Charles Mapus was foupd
lying upon a bed with hi? skull crush
ed in and his fae<? beaten out of all
recognition. Tho ptorb was looted j
ind tho contents which .were not car-?
ried off were scatt<*red -?.bout in great j
- Harvard University has 4043
-r- Secretary Long will ask congress
for an appropriation of ?99,000,000
for the uavy.
- Yost nickel deposits, the largest
in the world, have been located in
- King Leopold, of Belgium, has
announced that he intends to visit thc
United States at an carly tl??to.
- Tlie town of Alba, Tex., was de
stroyed by an incendiary iire. A
large quantity .of cotton was alsc barn
- Kansas convicts' earned $41,000
for that State last year over and above
the oxpensc of maintaining the pen
- W. M. Kenyon, of ^Chicago,
drowned himself at Omaha, Neb., and
left a note sayiug he feared thc long,
- Kdwin Lonngecker, aged 21, a
student in Philadelphia, dfied Sunday
with a broken baok, tho result of a
- Pete T. Coglan, paymaster of the
Virginia iron furnaces, was waylaid,
shot and robbed of $5,000 near Mid
J- Senator Clark, of Montana, has
been reading thc predictions of a cold
winter, and gone and bought 5,000
acres of coal land.
- It now turns out that the sugar
trust having purchased the entire crop
in Cuba is extremely anxious that
sugar bo placed on thc free list.
- H?;ry C. West, an engiueer on
tho Plant system, was waylaid, mur
dered and robbed at Palatka, Fla. He
had just drawn his monthly wages.
- According to the estimates re
ceived at the Department of Agricul
ture, tho wheat crop of tho world for
1901 is larger than it bas been for two
-?Nearly seven thousand dollars
has been contributed so far to the
Atlanta Journal's fund for the erec
tion of a monument to President Mc
- The warden of Auburn prison an
nounces that many flowers and much
fruit are being received for assassin
Czolgosz, as well as hundreds of con
-AU efforts to get in touch with
the brigands who kidnapped Miss
Stone have proven futile. The bri
gands declare that, if they are pursued,
they will kill their captive.
- Oliver Stevens, of Boston, has
been the eounty district attorney for
twenty-seven consecutive years. Hn
is a J?emocrat, but has been twiee re
elected by the Republicans.
- Hon. Henry Watterson, the dis
tinguished editor of the Louisville
Courier-Journal i has announced him
self, in an interview, a candidate for
governor of Ken cky in 1903.
- According to.the bulletin of the
cu usus bureau last week, there are,
now 1,815,097 more males than fe\
males in the United States. TL is
ought to give every girl a ohanoe.
-'Johann Most, a New York anar
chist editor, was fennd gnilty and
sentenced to one year in the peniten
tiary and to pay a fine of $500 for
publishing a seditious article in his
- Louis Hoyt Holmes, of Spring
field, Mo., has refused to change his
name for a bequest of $6,000. He
says he was born a Holmes and .no
amount of money can make him any
- The agricultural department at
Washington has deoided to change
the manner of distribution of seeds.
Hereafter seeds will be scot to locali
ties suited to bring about improved
- Kaunas ranks John x. Stewart,
of Sumner County, as its richest man
and sets his wealth at $2,000,000. He
owns 130 quarter sections of land.
Twenty years ago he was an office boy
- An entirely novol feature of the
North Carolina State Fair will be a
revival daily in a tent holding 500
people.. Evangelist , Lawrence B.
Greenwook, of Boston, will conduct
- A movement is on foot in North
Carolina, promoted by the tobacco
dealers, to erect a statue to Sir Wal
ter Raleigh in Haleigh. Collection
boxes aro to bc placed in stores whero
tobacco is sold.
- President Roosevelt announces
thot he will mako no change in thc
Pension Bureau. Evans is satisfac
tory. Senator Frye is .mentioned as
Secretary of State in the event of the
retirement of Hay.
- Eighteen hundred and seventy
four Sunday Schools wem organized in
destitute plnoes by tho American Sun
day School Union last year. Besides
those. 594 were organized and 9,123
schools were visited or otherwise aid
. j~ Au iuiOicnsc potato crop has*been
rahed this season by irrigation in the
State of Washington. Tho quantity
for export is 2000 carloads, and one
farniej will clear $10,000. It is es
timated that the crop will bc 40,000
tons, north $1,000,000.
- The orange Geason in Florida
has opened, and according to re
ports from varions parts of the orange
bejt 1,100,000 boxes will cover the
Crop. 'Tho rehabilitation of the orange
industry in Florida since tho fat:'
freeze of 1895 has shown moTO prog
ressen thc last year than in t? o live
vi-ars previous. The trees this year
h.ivo made wonderful growth. The
crop is unusually fine and growers
everywhere are congratulating them
selves on the outloo!;.
PROM THE NATION'S CAPITAL.
From Our Own Correspondit!(.
WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 21, 1001.
Interest iu thc nttitr.de of President
Roosevelt towards the South was in
creased this week hy his inviting Hook
er Washington to dinner with him at
the White House, receiving him,just
exactly as he would have received any
other guest. This fact has* of course,
caused something of? a sensation among
Southern men here, who assort that
the President canndt realize the harm
ho has done by his a'ction nor the effect
that it will have on tin* negroes of tho
South. At; a matter of fact, however,
there is really no reason for surprise ut
Mr. Roosevelt's action, Professor
Washington not being the first negro
by any means, whom hu has entertain
ed. During his tenn of Governor of
Xew York, ho took a young colored
singer, who had been refused accom
modation by all tho Albany hotels, to
his house and lodged him there
throughout his stay in the city.
Thoro is a good deal of talk of the
selection of some decent Republican
(if such can bo found available) or of
.some gold Democrat from the South,
for a post in Presideut Roosevelt's
Cabinet, which is certain to bc re
modeled to some extent sooner or later
-probubly this winter. There may or
may not be anything in this, but such
a selection would be in consequence
with Mr. Roosevelt's declaration that
he did not intend to be sectional in his
management of. the government. Cer
tainly, no President can claim to be
freo from sectionalism who follows thu
example of ail his Republican prede
cessors and excludes the vast area of
the Southern States from all place in his
Cabinet. Probably Mr. Roosevelt has
not yet taken up this matter seriously
and will not do so until the need arises.
Meanwhile his selection of Governor
Jones, of Alabama, for a federal judge
ship shows that he intends to follow
President McKinley's program of build
ing up n decent Republican party and
turning down tho old disreputable party
organization there. It is certain that
he will not favor any plan to cut down
the representation of the South on ac
count of tho suppression of the negro
vote. Indeed, there is reason to be
lieve that his ideas or this subject are
not far removed from those of Senator
Morgan, of Alabama, who said recent
ly:! "The negro is already sick of vot
inflr. There are 10 per cent of the ruco
who can vote intelligently. The rest
aro for the most part on the market;
their votes can often be had for a dol
lar or a drink. They havo already
been thrown over by the people. We
are living under the fourteenth and
fifteenth amendments to tho Constitu
tion, but if thoau amendments could
be proposed now to a Congress they
would not command the support of
one-sixth of vo Senate and tho House.
That is on indication of popular senti
Indications continue to multiply that
the Filipinos are not resigned to Amer
ican rule any more tfcf.n the Boers aro
to British dominion; they have ceased
fighting because they realize that it is
useless for them to continue; that is
all. This is shown by the sudden out
break in Samar and by other smalle**
and less t'ucos^ful uprisings in other
islands, ?Vhen the news of these first
came, it '..as insisted by the War De
partment (and by General Otis, a fact
which alono might weU hnve made us
distrustful) that th? rising was only
sporadic and would not interfere in thc
least with the proposed reduction ir.
the number of our troops to bo main
tained in tho islands. Now, however,
General Chafl'ce has eabied that he
thinks it unwise fo withdraw any of
the 42,000 men still there. Conse
quently President Roosevelt has de
cided that tho 20,000 whose terms of
enlistment soon expire shall bo replaced
by new men nnd that the present force
shall bo kept up indefinitely. Xor will
the 7,000 men now in Cuba be with
drawn until next spring some time, so
that about half tho total availablo force
of tho United States will remain over
seas for nearly a year longer nt thu
least. Meanwhile, lenving aside the'
great expense that this foreign service !
entails, tho home garrisons aro suiter- j
ing severely for want of proper atten- j
tion. Scarcely one has a full regiment I
and even the largest have not enough I
men Cor thc ordinary field manoeuvres. I
President Roosevelt, it is learned,
will follow the example of his prede
cessor :md ccannend Ino building up of
our shipping in general terms without
committing himself on the subsidy
proposition. Ho docs this on thc '.
ground that he has not studied thc sub- '
ject Ruflicicnt to be able to advise upon
it--an access of modesty almost in
comprehensible on thc part of the cock
sure *rit?tjgh Rider." Tho fact ?B,
however, that ho shows pretty good
political judgment in acting thus, as
tho Republican party is about equally
divided on tho subsidy question, and
it is just as well to let the two factions
fight it out. But it ia probably the j
Ural time in his lifo that Teddy has de-1
liberately kept out of a scrap.
. It is emint'ttly characteristic of Kc-;
publican ideas thnt of all thc members
ii that party who have pointed out
moana of disposing of iiio surplus, not.
>ne, so far as is known, hus recom
mended a reduction of taxation that
may prevent its piling up again. Tho
motto of the Republicans has always
been to exact nil tho money thc poop]
cia bc wrought to vote, with tho conti
dence that means for spending it cn
easily bu found. Thus, at thc last sci
sion, with nu accrued surplus of som
eighty millions ?Mid un anticipated sui
plus*of tho same amount for the nc:
year, all that thc party would conccii
was an alleged reduction of 610,000
OOO, which lins turned out, so far, t
amount to only S?1,000,000 a month, <
$12,000,0(iu a y car. In the fae? nf Wv
numbers of Republican Co?grcssme
who have been interviewed on thc sui
jeer, object to a reduction in tax?t io
and suggest that tho* gold accumuh'
?ious can begotten rid of l>v redee.min
and cancelling the greenbacks
mctliouS which of com se, would merci
substitute :\ permanent coutracti?n n
'the currency of the country for a tent
porary locking up of it.
One evidence of the Republics
ideas on (innucini subjects in lound i
the strong movement tp negative th
proposition of the Commercial Cnbl
Company to lay a cable to Manila with
out any cost whatever to tho govern
ment, and substitute therefor nu ac
providing for a cable hud either by th
government or with a government sub
sidy. Either way, tho cost toUncl
?am would be about $20,000,000 in cash
and would involve the begiuning of i
policy of government ownership o
public utilities. Hut then, think hov
nico it would be for the company tba
A Reply to Mr. Ashley.
KIHTOI: iNTEl.l.H?KNCKlt : Josh Ash
Icy ought to know that when ho come
out before the public for a little politi
cal airing that he is up also for a targe
to bc lircd at, and must stnud and tak<
bib medicine. And when "Fnriher'i
Sou*' wants some free advertising ti
aid him personalty as a candidato li?
will also sign his homespun name, too
After things got too hot for him
Josh no doubt voted for tho bill ii
order to get "right on tho records,'
but why did ho fail to get those mali
cious newspaper men to revoke thos<
"malicious 'charges and lies" and sei
him right in Umso snnio newspapers'
Tho inference Binnu? that they spoke
tho truth, and could not be forced t<
withdraw it, and we arc asked to take
his statement from the records on fait!
in him, as wo common people-wo;hnj
seeds-can't get at those records. Bul
who can have faith in any man who
in order to dodge a few dollars taxes tc
pay an honest doht due tc cur old indi
gent soldiers, will attempt to lay these
old veterans and their sons into thc
snare of delusion in a nefarious assault
upon our State's institution?Y
If Josh Ashley has a grudge against
our State's Colleges let him come ont
upon its own merits and not try to
make a cat's paw out pr the now popu
lar movement in behalf of Cour old
heroes who wore the gray. Let every
tnb stand upon its own bottom. If be
had rather see our State's great institu
tions in ruins than to pay this legiti
mate debt by taxation, let him say so,
and not try to drag the cause of the
old soldiers into the issue against thc
very principles of patriotism upon
which he fought for and gained his
No, if they know what they are doing
the old veterans thnt followed Lee and
Jackson and our Hampton, they will
never follow after tho demagogde in
his attack upon our State's monuments
Old soldiers-my comrades-keep tho
faith to the end, stray not away after
strange gods in this lato day. How
long, how loni? will it. b?? Perhaps
but a lew dnysor months or a few more
years at most when thc last stragglers
of our noble anny vyill all be called to
tho shores of tho Jordan, where our
comrades ure now crossiug over every
day. Ho of good cheor, for wo are told
that the journey through Jordan is
easy. Tho heavy rifles ami knapsacks
they carried on their bncks when they
waded thc Potomac and other streams
have been layed aside, and the tatter
ed rags that now decorate our old do
crepid and homeless heroes aro washed
in the cienn waters as he passes over
and aro exchanged for thc uniform of
puro white, which harmonizes with tho
pebbled beech, where tho lauds at thc
toot of the hill upon whose summit
stands the great, mansion -a Soldier's
Home erected there in memory of the
battle of Mount Calvary. St. Peter,
tho guard at tho gate of the treasuries
there, is not a demagogue. He knows
the very tram]) and posture of every
loyal, brave anil ttuu soldier, and will
point to the grand entrance of this
li rent Soldier's Home over whoso arch
way may bo read in brilliant letters
the words: "Welcome, old Soldiers,
Welcome.'* FAUMKK'H SON.
Annual State Fair. Columbia, S. C
On account of this occasion Southern
Railway announces round trip rates
from all points on its lines in tho State
[>f Soul h Carolina, siso from Asheville,
Charlotte, Augusta, Savannah aud in
termediate stations to Columbia, S. C.,
ind return-for individuals, one lirst
tlass faro for tho round trip, plus 50
icnts, admission ro tho Fair Ground*,
minimum rato, including admission, to
t>o $1.00 for adults and 50 cents for
Per military companies and brass
Imnds in uniform, twenty or moro on
mo ticket, specially reduced rates.
Dates of salo October ~iith to .'M.*t in
.dusive. and for trains .scheduled to ar
rive in Columbia prior to noon Novem
ber 1st, lindi limit. November "rd. 1991;
I\>r de tai tdd Information ns to" rates,
-tc... call on or address any agent ?Tr
he Southern Railway or connections.
0 I Editor Koestcr Appointed Collector.
N WASHINGTON. 1>. C.. Oct. di.--Tho
*" I'resident to-day appointed George lt.
10 Koestcr Collector ot Internal lleve
r~ j nae for South Carolina, to succeed
tl j E. A. Webster, deceased. Mr. Koo's
lt' I ter is a native of Charleston, who has
?r j for several years beet? thc editor of
? The Columbia Uecord. lie is a bright,
)l'j brainy young man, a Btrnightout
democrat and an ardent supporter
of Senator .Mei.am in's Commercial
Democracy. The appointment will
doubtless prove a great surprise
??i i he white republicans, who have
been applicants for the position, and
very emphatically emphasizes tho
y I President's policy to maleo his solee?*
(l ' lions for federal appointments in thU
* State entirely regardless of party, lt
1 also significantly indicates Senator
11 j Mci.amin's powfcrtul influence with
11 J the President, and gives the Iii- to the
Tillmanitc slogan that the Junior Sen
ator is using his influence with the ad
ministration to disrupt the democratic
party by building up a white republi
Dr. Clayton, who was supposed to
have the appointment of Collector
practically secured, will, it is said, be
appointed U. ?S. Marshall to succeed
Marshall Lawson W. Melton.-'Special
lo ihn Greenville Non;*.
Corner Creek Paragraphs.
Farmers of this locality are quito
busy nowadays gathering the fruits of
their labor, which are very good this
fall. Corn is generally a fair yield
throughout this entire community, as
our people endeavor to make plenty at
home to do them, and wo are indeed
glad to note that must of our farmers
aro making about enough this year for
home consumption. Cotton is only
a two-thirds of n crop and rather late
Mr. J. B. Hunuicub's talks at Ander
son and Honen Path, respectively, have
put our farmers to thinking in regard
to "deep plowing," i ad in consequence
two of our farmers, Messrs. J. N. Shir
ley and Wm. Kickets, are trying it as
an experiment. Wo aro confident that
the results will be gratifying. They
hnve prepared an nore eaeh for oats;
have broke the ground about 13 inches
and thoroughly ham-owed and fer*
tilized it, and we are going to watch
tho results and report.
We are having some lovely weather
for harvesting the farm produce.
Min. G. F. Bigby, of Anderson, at
tended the Kay-Bigby wedding last
Miss Lelia Gassaway visited rela
tives near Bethel last Sunday.
Miss Janie Bigby, after a pleasant
sojourn with friends and relatives at
Williamston., returned tc her home lass
Miss Leila Curwile is attending the
Duo West Female College this session.
Marshall Bigby, accompanied by hi?
lovely sister? M?SB Medena, spent a
few days at Abbeville village last week
attending the County F"?r.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Shirley and sev
eral cf their children spent Saturday
night and Sunday with relatives at
Rev. W. B. Hawkins, the much be
loved pastor of Barker's Creek Church,
has been unanimously elected to serve
that Church for the ensuing year. ' Mr.
Hawkins received every vote cast,
which goes to show that tho members
hold him in the highest estimation as
a minister of tho gospel. Mr. Haw
kins will baptize four young converts
next first Sunday morning who joined
on ?asl meeting day. *
Ono of the loveliest and attractive
home weddings that has occurred in
our vicinity in quite i .while took
place last Wednesday evening.
Tho contracting parties were Mr. John
Kay and Miss Emma Bigby. Shortly
bofore the appointed hour several in
timate friends of tho happy couple as
sembled at the home of the bride to
witness tho solemn ceremony. Prompt
ly at d o'clock, after the parlor had
been crowded to its fullest capacity,
tho bride and groom entered,-facing
the officiating minister, tho Kev. Mr.
Duncan, who, in a few^, impressive
words, pronounced them man and wife.
After receiving thc usual congratula
tions and good wishes from their many
friends, the happy young people left
for Polzer, S. C., whore they spent; a
few days with the bride's brothor, H.
M. Bigby. Tho groom is ono of our
most industrious young farmers, and
is oiiite fortunate in occuring through
life such a lovely and amiable young
lady as Miss Uigby. Wo extend felici
tations to them and wish for them a
long, happy lifo over sumptuous seas.
Several of our boys have been quito
lucky 'possum hunting this fall, as they
have caught several nico ones.
There will bo a large crop of wheat
sown in these parts this year.
N'early every one of our progressive
and energetic farmers have them a
two-horse turn plow and a good har
row, aud are farming on a higher plane
Home folks are ali well. TYRO.
ThU ls our frrefttist year. Wo aro
prouil ff mir rooo.Nl. aud ara striving by
ovor.v h'?ooii means to win you for a ohs.
tumor. Give a trial il' you ?invo nevo?'
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'Reaper and Hinder, call H?. Brock l>ros.
and buy" tho Deoting, the. most durable,
lighten draft mid best adjusted mookine
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