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SCROFULAV V, er
The tainted blood of ancestors lays upon the shoulders of innocent off
spring untold suffering by transmitting to them, through the blood, that
blighting disease. Scrofula; for in nearly every instance the disease can be
traced to some family blood trouble, or blood-kin =arriage which is contrary
to the laws of nature. - Swelling, ulcerating glands of the neck, catarrh,
weal- eyes, sores, abscesses,
skin erptions, white swell- Scrofula appeared on the head of m little
inug, hip disease and other grandchild when only x8 months old, an spread
rapidly over her body. The disease next attacked
deformities, with a wasting the eyes and we feared she would lose her sight.
of- the natural streigth and It was then that we decided to try S. S. S. That
vitality, are some of the ways medicine at once made a speedy and complete
this miserable disease man- cure. She is now a young lady, and has never
ifests itself. . The poison had a sign of the disease to return.
transmitted through the 150 S. 5th St., Salina,Kan. Mas.R.Banxtv.
blood pollutes and weakens that health-sustaining fluid and in place of its
nutritive qualities fills the circulation with scrofulous matter and tubercular
deposits, often resulting in consumption. A disease which has been in the
family blood for generations, perhaps, or at least since the birth of the suf
ferer, requires constitutional treatment. S. S. S.
is the remedy best fitted for this. It cleanses the
blood of all scrofulous and tuberculous poisons,
makes it rich and pure and und& the tonic effects
of this great blood medicine the general health im
"proves, the symptoms all pass away, there is a sure return to health, the dis
ease is cured permanently while posterity is protected. Book on the blood
snd any advicewished, furnished by our physicians, without charge.
THE SWIFT SPECIRC CO., ATLANTA. GA.
Provident Savings Life
Assurance Society. ,
EDWARD W. SCOTT, President.
PEACOCK & GOLD COMPANY, General Agents for North and
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By an established old line Life Insurance Company, with
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- Sumter, S. C.
7Bank of Clarendon,
Jnanning, S. C.
V nE OAMOTU IMJ because their business is small tha t a bank
ID WL QUNO J i does not want to be bothered with it. They
istaken so far as this bank is concerned. We welcome the small account
rdially as' the large one. One dollai will start an account.
~BANKING BY MAIL is entirely safe and practicable. You can send us
deposits by express, registered mail, money order or check and same will
bredited to your account and RECEIPT SENT BY RETURN M AIL.
~We have on our books deposits from the most conservatiye and careful bus
~nk of Clarendon, Xmang,.o.
e Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
~in and has been made under his per
/~'~'-~,sonal supeirvision since its infancy.
~~'""~ Alowno one to deceive you in this.
r.11 Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Tufants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Castoria is a harmless. substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
g'&rie,' Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
- ntains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotie
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
C#olic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
ENUINE CASTOR IA AL-WAYS
Bears the Signature of
o KMn loll Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
.sA. COLE, D .JFRN GE E.
DEN TIST, DNIT
ttles Building, upstairs. 'MNIG .
mwNTNG S. c. 'Phone No. (;.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
Rockefellers gift to Foreign
Missions has been discussed pro
and con and the public mind is
as far from a solution of the
ouestion as at the beginning of
tIe controrersy. Bishops, Theo
logians, public men generally
have "dipped" in with their
opinions, some receiving it from
one standpoint, some another.
Your correspondent can see the
final result, the money will be
accepted and ore long all will be
forgotten. One writer said "If
the avenues of charity.are closed
to Mr. Rockefeller he would
have no way to get rid of any
part of his money, as he spends
but little living. does not gamble
nor bet on tne races. There are
too few people doing charity
now-lets not reduce the num
The great hospital he is es
tablishing for experimental work
-the Harper's Chicago Univer
sity, and other great donations
have never been questioned, nor
all the merit of the gift is in the
motive of the giver. The use to
which a gift is put is largely the
measure of its worth. Let all
who can, get and use the Stand
ard Oil King's coin. He is a
great tax gatherer as it were
and the money comes from the
people's pockets, then when he
gives it back, take it, use it
judiciously and have no fears
The "Dinner Pail" Evangelist
Rev. Geo. B. .McNutt, has been
at ring Brooklyn by his spiritual
meetings. McNutt makes no pre
tentions to oratory, is a plain,
blunt speaker, does not attire
himself with clerical garb but
appears at all times in plain,
everyday clothes, he attracts
crowds, the clergy, layman, out
siders and holds their undivided
Governor Folk at tbe Mis
sourri Society's Dinner in New
York wn golden opinions for
himself and was hailed as the
coming president of the United
States. The writer predicts the
race for the Democratic nomina
tion will be between Folk and
W. L. Douglass with the odds in
favor of Douglass.
- Mayor elect Dunne of Chicago
is to address the New York Mu
nicipaT Ownership League to
night at. Cooper Union. The
Chicago victory has encouraged
the New York workers and they
expect to win the Municipal elec
tion here this fall as it was 'won
in Chicago. There is no question
but a more popular movement
could not be organized among
the masses and with W. R.
Hearst at the head of the move
ment here, as he is, something
is going to turn up.
Tammany has never before
been without one or more of the
great dailies supporting it,today
it is without a single paper, and
there is certainly going to be a
general shaking up here -the
Full of Tradgic Trmth.
are these lines from J. H. Simmons. of
Casey, La. Think what might have re
sulted from his terrible cough it he
had. not taken the medicine about which
he writes: "I had a fearful cough, dis
turbed my night's rest, I tried every
thing, but nothing would relieve it,
until I took Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, coughs, and colds,
which completely cured me." Instant
ly r-elieves and permanently cures all
throat and lung dis'eases: prevents
grip and pneumonia. At The R. B.
Loiyea Druga Store. Guaranteed: 50c
and 8L0 Trial bottle free.
The Gold In the Ocean.
The fact that sea water contained
gold was first made patent, we believe,
by the' observation that the deposit on
the copper plating of jetty piles in sea
harbors was comparatively rich in the
precious metal. On the estimate that
a ton of sea water contains appror.i
mately one grain, the yield would
amount to something like 200 tons of
gold per cubic mile and, as the volume
of the world's ocean is estimated at
400,000,000 cubic miles, the total pos
sible yield of gold would be no less
than 100,000,000,000 tons-a truly at
tractive propect to the company pro
Don't Borrow Trouble.
It is a bad habit to borrow anything,
but the worst thin2 you can possibly
borrow, is trouble. When sick, 'sore,
heavy, weary and worn Out by the
pains and poisons of dyspepsia, bilious
ness, Bright's disease, and similar in
internal disorders, don't sit dow~n and
brood over your symptoms, but fly for
relief to Electric Bitters. Here you
will lind sure and permanent forget
fulness of all your troubles, and your
body will not be burndened by a load
of disease. At The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store. Price 50c. Guaranteed.
Medium-Do youi wish to s'ee your
departed husband's spirits? Mrs. Whif
fietree-No; I want to sce his gh~ost.
Josh never had no spirit.-Puck.
Every time a man smiles-and, much
more, when he laughs-it adds some
thing to his fragment of life.-Sterne.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy The Best and
'Mothers buy it for croupy children,
railroad men buy it for severe coughs
and elderly people buy it for la grippe,"
say More Bros., Eldon, Iowa. ".We sell
mre of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
than any other kind. It seems to have
taken the lead over several other good
brands." There is no question but this
medicine is the best that can be pro
cured for coughs and colds, whether it
be a child or an adult that is afflicted.
It always cures and'cures quickly. Sold
by The R. B. Loryea Drug Stoire. Isaac
M. Lory-ea, Prop.
Didn't Knofv "the Uncle."
Aunt Jane - I guess' Mr. Spender
must be a very neat person. Edith
And what leads you to that opinion?
Aunt Jane-He told your 'Uncle George
all his clothes but those upon his back
were hung up. Some men, you know,
throw their things round anywhere.
Bear the The indYou Have Always Bought
TiE WI XVATER11 FINDERS
HOW THE DIVINING ROD RESPONDS
~O THEIR PECULIAR POW'R.
'Mysterious Art of the "Downer" as
Practiced by Gentlefolk and Others
In England-Remarkable Powers of
One Famous Rod Handler.
Those who regard, water firding by
means of the divining rod as the prac
tice of a foolish superstition will be
shocked to hear that in recent times it
has been employed by cabinet ministers
such as the Marquis of Londonderry,
by belted earls like Lord Strathmore,
by grave judges and sheriffs, by rail
way companies such as the Midland,
by urban district councils and by land
owners without number, writes Fitz
gerald Molloy in T. P.'s London Week
- The art of finding water, minerals
and even criminals by means of the
divining rcd has been known and prac
ticed for centuries in every country in
Europe. The rod itself, a symbol of
magical power, is mentioned in the an
cient mythologies, in the Christian
Scriptures as the means by which
Moses obtained water and is used in
all ceremonial magic.
The water .inder's rod is merely a
forked twig, usually cut from a hazel,
a whitehorn or an apple tree below
the bifurcation, and is generally a foot
long and about the thickness of a
pencil. Its twigs are held at the ex
treme ends between the fingers and
thumb of each hand by the water find
er, or dowser, as he is commonly called,
who slowly -walks over the land where
it is desired to find a spring, until, on
coming to the spot where water is, the
twigs begins to move and its fork to
It frequently happens that on reach
ing this -site the rod, which has pre
viously remained passive in the dow
sers hands, *twists itself round with
such violence as to break. The state
ment that water will be found beneath
(the depth is occasionally specified)
has seldom been falsified. The experi
ment. has been tried of blindfolding the
water finder and leing him by a dif
ferent route to the spot he has already
indicated, only to show that the rod
repeated its movements on his regain
ing it. A second dowser, kept in igno
rance of the spot or of .the land over
which his predecessor has gone, w~l
almost invariably name the same site
as a place where water will be found.
Water finding is a special gift, re
quiring special physical and psychical
qualifications, but is not limited to any
class of society, to the educated or the
ignorant, to age or youth, to men or
women. Mr. J. D. Enys, F. G. S., be
came an excellent dowser, while a wo
man of title in the midlands also be
came expert at finding water by this
But, though a special gift, experience
has shown that it can be transmitted
that is, when the rod is held by a per
son who has not this power, but whose
wrists are grasped by a dowser, it will
point to a spot where water may be
found. No matter how diverse in rank
or intellect or constitution water find
ers may be, they all to a greater or less
degree betray the same symptoms in
exercising the gift-an electric shock
seems communicated to them; they turn
pale, tremble or have convulsive move
ments similar to those that disturb the
nervous system of a medium who ob
tains psychic manifestations.
Sir Lauder Brunton in writing on
"Truths and Delusions" in the UJniver
sal Review says: "When we hear that
a man is able to discover water at a
considerable distance below the ground
on which he stands we are at first apt
to scout the idea as ridisulous, while if
we were told that a caravan was cross
ing the desert and that all at once the
thirsty camels started off quickly and
atn distance of a mile or more water
was found we would look upon the oc
currence as natural." .
Regarding the divining rod as a sub
ject for investigation, the council of the
Society For Psychical Research ear
nestly requested Mr. W. F. Barrett,
professor of experimental physics in
the Royal College of Science. For Ire
land, to inquire into it. With "great
reluctance and even repugnance," as
he stated, he yielded to their wishes
and began his examination, "hoping,
however, in my ignorance that a few
weeks' work would enable me to rele
gate it 'into the limbo large and broad,
since called the paradise of fools."
A report of his long and patient re
search concerning the divining rod was
contributed by Professor Barrett in a
paper called "The So Called Divining
Rod, or Virgula Divina." The outcome.
of his personal investigations, of relia
ble evidence and scientific knowledge,
may be summed up in his own words:
"The movement of the rod is not due
to trickery nor any conscious volunta~ry
effort, buttis a more or less violent au
tomatic action thatsequrs under cer
tain conditions inicertain individuals."
Having said so much, sceiim.il
leaves us in ignorance regarding a ht
man faculty which is the inheritanc~
of some individuals and is undoubte
ly the same power that, through a.com
mon piece, of wood called the -plan
chette, under the hands of certain per
sons writes coherent and sonietimes im
portant messages outside the range of
their conscious intelligence and is the
same force that has been found to rap
out comnmunications on tables.
It is interesting, but not surprising,
to learn that the exercise of the dow
ser's gift, which has been of immense
service and which 'has been employed
by those who frame and naminister e.rI
lav-s, is illegal and therefore that those
who receive money for its exercise are
presumably as liable to fine and pun
ishment as any gypsy fortune teller.
That at least Ia- what may be gathered
from the decision of W. A. Casson, the
cal government auditor for Bedford
shire, who refused to allow the fee of
a water finder employed by the urban
district council of Ampthill.
The water finder employed was Leices
ter Gataker, one of the most famous
dowsers in England, whose powers
have been made use of by many public
men, by factory owners and parish
councils. He is remarkable for being
able at times to dispense with the rod,
instead of which he uses his outstretch
ed hands, which seem to receive a
slight electric shock when he gains a
spot where water or minerals may be
foundi. He" is also able to state cor
rectly, as evidence shews, the depth
at which water will be reached and
the quantity per hour the springs will
The chairman stated that Mr. Gata
ker named a number of springs in one
field, and the total of water there was
more than ample for the town. The
auditor said that what he had to settle
was whether the employment of a wa
ter finder was legal or not. In the
only case bearing on the matter that
had come before the courts the judges
had held that "the pretense of power,
whether moral, physical or supernatu
a. wit intent to nltain money was
sumcient to constltutC an ofrense witn
in the meaning of the law," and as J
Mr. Gataker claimed to/exercise some
such power his employment was clear
ly illegal, and the amount of his fee
would be disallowed.
HATS CAUSE BALDNESS. E
They Make the Scalp a Breeding c
Place For Microbes. S
There is every reason to.believe that V
primitive man had a thick and abun- 0
dant head of hair and that this natural c:
clothing of the scalp is diminishing h
among civilized people and will end P
by disappearing altogether, which
would certainly not be advantageous
from an aesthetic point of view. a
The cause of this disappearance of the C
hair, according to the doctors, must be a
sought in the very conditions of civi
lization and in the . ustoms it has in
troduced. One of tue customs especial
ly hurtfulto the hair is the hat, and, P
above all, the masculine hat, so we see d
man's hair sufrer more than woman's.
The hat produces baldness by two
different methods. First, it creates
about the head an atmosphere which is
fatally warm and moist and which pre
vents the 'penetration of the rays of
light that are so fatal to bacteria; the
hat makes for the microbes a sort of r
improvised hotbed which is extremely -
favorable to their development, and it
Is known that microbes play an impor
tant role in the production of.baldness.
If it had been desired to foster the ex- (
istence of microbes capable of living r
upon the scalp or in the- hair a more
favorable means for their protection '
and multiplication than the hat could
not have been found. Again, the hat,
holding its place upon the head solely r
by pressure, exerts a second pernicious
influence upon the scalp; it compresses
the arteries and the veins; it impedes
the circulation of the blood and conse
quently the nutrition of the organs
which produce the hair. It is therefore
doubly desirable that the reign of the
hat should cease in the case of men, for (
with women the hat is so light a thing
that it can exert only a trifling propor
tion of the ravages it is responsible for
in men, and that tys garment should
be renounced or replaced by some less
injurious article. As a matter of fact
men would be very healthy with bare
heads. The hair wourd be strengthened
and would serve as a hat;. it would on
ly be necessary to protect the head
against the rays of the sun in summer
in order to avoid sunstroke. It is true
the public imagines that it would catch
cold more easily, but this is a mistake. s
A draft alone is not enough to give n
cold; a microbe is absolutely necessa- s
ry. From the hygienic point of view P
there are fewer inconveniences in go- u
ing with the head bare than in carry
ing about upon it a hothouse for mi
crobes.-New York World. ti
A Tried and True Friend.
One Minute Coughl Cure contains not
an atom of any ]armful drug, and it
has been curing coughs, colds, croup
and whooping cough so lng that it has
proven itself to be a tried and true
friend to those who use it. Sold by
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store.
Made Her Curious.
Wretch of a Man (at the club)-I say,
y01; fellows, my wife went off to see
er inother lately, intending to stay
or six weeks, but I brought her. home
in a hurry. Do you know what'I did?
[ sent her a paper every day with a
aragraph cut out, and she was so full
f curiosity to know what local news
[ was keeping from her that she came
ome at the end of four days.
For a Weak Digestion.
No medicine can replace food but
hamberlain's Stomack and Liver
ablets will help you digest your food.
t is not the quantity of fqod taken that
ives strength and vigor to the system,
ut -the amoun't digested and assimi
ated If troubled with a weak diges
ion, don't fail to give these Tablets a
rial. Thousands have -been benefitted
y their use. They only cost a quarter.
or sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug
Store, Isaac MJ. Loryea. Prop.
Lacked the Lawyer's Facility.
Lawyer (to witness)-Never mind
what yon think. We want facts here.
Tell us where you -first met this man.
Woman Witness-Can't answer it. If
the court doesn't care to bear what I
think there's no use questioning me,
for I am not a lawyer and. can't talk -
without thinking.-Boston Commercial
The System Needs Some
sort of a tonic in the spring time. This
lack of energy and "tired feeling" is a!
ommon ailment at this season. Per
aps you have in mind some Spring
N~edicine you would like to take. If
you c."n get Dr. King's Irom Tonic Bit
ters. take that--don't hesitate. No cure
o pay. By Dr. W. E. Brown & Co.
A Cruel Threat.
Mr. Snips (who has called about that
long standing account)-So you won't (
pay today, eh? Well, now, I warn
you if you don't settle with me by this]
day week I'll go round to all your oth
er creditors and tell them that you've
paid me in full, and then you'll have
em all down on you. See what I
A Good Doctor.
of South Carolina said: "I have used
Dr. King's Remedies a great deal in
my practice- and find that they give
perfect satisfaction to both myself and
atients. I heartily recommend them.
W. R. Clayburn, M. D."
And they still grow in favor because
they cure. Guaranteed by Dr. W. E
Brown & Co.
Rector's Wife (to village grocer)
Well, I hope you like our new curate.
Grocer-Yes, ma'am, thank you; we
!ke him very well, (pause); not, how
ever, that I think be's as fluent as we
had a right to expect, seeing as his fa
ther was an auctioneer.-London Tele
The.Right Name is DeWitt.
DeWits Witch Hazel Salve eeols, .
soothes and heals cuts, burns, boils.
bruises, piles and all skin diseases. K.
E. Zickefoose, Aldoph. W. Va.. says:
"My little daulghter had white swellint;
so bad that piece after piece of bone 1
worked out of her leg. DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve cured her." It is the most
wonderful healing salve in the world.
Beware of counterfeits. Sold by The.
. B. Loryea Drug Store.
His Brief Pleasure.
Neighbor-HOW long did you stay at
the club yesterday, Jones? Jones-Oh,
the best part of the evening. Mrs.
Jones-Why, John, you came home in
half atn hour' Jones--Well?-Cleveland
Digests what you eat.
The Staple and
- Fancy Grocer,
irries a full and comfplete line of Green and
arched Coffees. Sugnrs, Grits, Meal and all
You can ffnd on my shelves right fresh Can
td Meats of all kinds, including such delica
es as Chicken. Tongue. Chipped Beef. Lob
;crs. Shrimps. etc.
I have the entire garden of freshly canned
egetables of the staple variety, including far
T Boston Baked Beans.
Of the easily digested cereal preparations I
Lrry, among others. Force, Shredded Wheat,
remn of Wheat, etc.. all of which is delicious,
ralthfiul and nutritious-the very food for dys
ptics and invalids.
You want Condiments. None are better than
HEINZ'S CELEBRATED PICKLES, MUSTARDS,
id his varied line of appetizing relihes. I
Now is the time to buy your Jellies and Pre
rves. Come to MOUZON'S for them.
I keep all the time a full line of
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
You can get your breakfast, dinner and sup
,r from my store; I can feed the toiling la
:rer or the fastidious epicure: the irritable
speptic and the pettish invalid.
SQUARE DEALING. live and let live, with
>lden rule prices covers my motto.
Before buying for your table call and see
[he Bank of Mamig,
MANNING, S. C.
apital Stock, - .$40,000
urplus. - - - 30,000
Dility, - - 40,000
to Depositors, $110,000
t A '
Dur money with us is an altogether
te and sensible proposition. We loan
ionev onproper security and in rea
)nable sums, always, naturally, giving
recedence to the application of a reg
lar customer of this
Special attention given to lady cus
WRITE LIFE INSURANCE.
Good reliable agents wanted for the
PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
P. MOSES, JR.,
eneral Agent, Sumter, S. C.
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar
~ures all coughs, and expels Colds from
he system by gently movIng the bowels.
KD L LTHE COUCH
AND CURE THE LOS
N ew Discovery
FOR COUGHS and 50c & $1.00
~OLDS Free Trial.
Surest and Quickest Cure for all,
THROAT and LUNG TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACH.
The R. B. Loryea Drug Store,
I alm prepared to do land survey
nt andm ake plats in Clarendon and
djoining counties. Work accurate,
H. T. CANTEY.
Summnerton, S. C., Feb. 6. 1905
HE SUMMERTON HOTEL
E-aing made special preparations,_ I
i now better prepared to entertamn
he traveling public than ever before.
I especially invite the transient pat
-onage. ~ H. A. TISDALE,
Woodmen of the'World.
3Ieets on fourth Monday nights at
isiting Sovereigns invited.
~ Cian'S ad bcnifs he hadr.
taf to hYouthul coles
SOME 600D ADVICE L
Take care of the pennies and after awhile the
<dollars will take care of you.
Tempting offers in:Dry Goods has become a fixed
principal with us.
Al that is timely and up-to-date will be found
in oar general dry goods department aiid at prices
that will help you to save the peniies. Same kinds
and qualities as You will fifid elsewhere can be had
here for less money.
Have in stock and receiving daily, a supply of
Persian and Indian -Lawns, 28 to 3- inches wide and
lrices ranging from 5 bi 25 cents pe yard.
Also numerous designs in French Organdies..
White Lawns, Dress- Linings. Dotted Swisses,.FTancy
Waistings. In fact a stock of Waist Goods, Ladies'
Collars and Cffs to hnatch that will please the trade.
to shield yourself from the, rays of.the burning snn,'
and to give you that obvious appearance that one
These ar4 ,the styles, that you
Boys' and Youth's Malagaform Hats, extra crown, 2
to 7 3-8 brim.
Latest novelty flat iron shapes, trimmed with
The 4-dent shape Textile Panama, new designs
for young men.
Also Felt-and Wool of the latest styles, incluid
ing the Stetson, of which we are' offer- at a Very
It is needless to say anything in. regard to oar
mOn's, Boys, YOuaths lothi,
as a great number are throug -the-country speaking'
for themselves. We stili have a pretty fdir line of.
Clay Worsted's, Wool Cheviots and Serges that will
pay you to see before purchasing else'where.
Don't forget, Ladies, we are still selling Hats
Come and see ns
8 The public to come and insyect our stock of
8 Fancy & Staple Grocer~e e '
We ecarry this lne and will;cheerul1ly gvyoprce a
Sit is to your interest to keep in touch with them.
Yes, we have the best*Full Patent andif you are
Ssomewhat dissatisfied with your flour, try our 100 per
cent. and ,we feel reasonably sure you will be pleased,
that is if you are looking for, a high class article.
0 We carry both parchied and green, and if you 'want a -
0first class article, something nicely flavored and contain
ing good strength try some of ourCoffee.
We beg that you do not confuse these goods with pos- }.
Ssibly others you have been using.
Can we quo'te you prices in bulk? Certainly with
pleaure.Call and see.
Can supply your wants to
In the way of Farm Imple
ments prices are guar
Call to see us.
DICKSON IIARDHARE COMPANY,