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- - Tb wes o consumpton may be tw:
-s %& efs 'Honey and Tar
irsthe coujb, heals the
. i memibranes and stres-gtheu,
the lungs. E D. Rountree, Stilimoore,
Gs., says: "Ia 4 p- left me a de-- p
seated, backin, patdful dough whwh
Foley's Honey auTar completely cur
ed." The Dickson'Drug Co., Manniu,
S. C., Leon Fischra..Sunmerton. S. C.
Qld ..""' MTin Cams.
"Goodn ..gracious-" -e elms the
0wsedite. "I wonder what becomes
of all the tin cans that are thrown
1 riend of mine who Is a well
known business man is thoroughly ac
quainted with the tin can from its in
faney to the day of Its doom. "Wel.
what does become of all these cans?"
-. I asked the authority.
-"hey are." he replied. -reincarnat
ad.-sa'to speak. and -become. Ip fact, a
sew tin can. but mostly a window
-weight." Then be explained how all
- the W-P can are gathered. up and
-- h e -to a furnace and ho# the
thinen tin, which is merely the
outer covering. -I separated as a melt
;. edjarodpet fr thesteel which forma
therea basi fr the cab. The tin is
S r-maore vanl :than. the -steel and
~itk:uae4 ' -*~E over again for coy
eing easc The steel part when melt
. t-becn a Ud cinak-i fact..the
aoUdest chunk in the whole steel fami
ly-wweigta -nt 4la-- small.
but bey hence the se of A ee'l from
cans.-Pdiadelphia tedger -
From t Earth.
- sa.d rerent conjectures as to just
- whatsolor light we refsect to our neigh
bhlg planets bare been made from
--&the common coasen
seems to be that what
threw Is determined
on the surface. It
m nothe highest form of plants that
- ~ o~h~e.the- -greateste effects.
ba ofdh most striking scenes on
- h tsetit -owe their eharacteristic tea
- mi eai -lhens-4r In
_ . h. famous "Crimson cliffs" of
GrMantn which extend for miles
thward fromCapeYork and derive
- ~ fro~ g of
Teinelpe It is thought that
- toad epan..offoret and
sieanei o o -6 lanet-tarefet
er ble qantty of-green light.
i the timeof the new moon
ggelab_1ghtgoree that part
r_. surfaca*hkd Is only'll
_ bostrh eixth. -,Cheago
y- ;r ter -. r. n"the caesra.
- " eorvs few people really know
t or s'. photograph Every
have away of cropping up
enruining- the effect. Of
- ? apeld besbeo
" . le - 't Vi MMe:S time~
oo rtone bes
-q b a einph a hundred has'i
ai little Oct defe t '-the
For a fu eel picturea
pons e gayI share-a
= 4' bea au ~eow if-the other features,
A ~ ~Ja in'esineidess5 If one has
~se~defe o ide the
~~K,~r~i~bm ete-esmit the baup
~ 4~1~~3l~tcharme~ of the
htOarles I<V It is canl
~~ stands in the Pas de la
due ihsa aht e soth
-.aapert or thue etty. Ite was. se
tin y sate .made In
~ ~ Huboldt adeared it the
ssmm& qelriansatue Inth
wAnrmiet Rome it
_ ipbirwith the Mexi
4the little Trojan horsea-.
6w leans Picayune.
nahli the-bridge of your nose Is a
2U avity In the skuul the origin of
t liis appears sto btefueknown.. It
obbywas tar.una - giistingt of
- ~e ~ reica. Phyulolegists
'~ethat thIs aIshe remains .of a
~h~guse~Wbk-5 wasof practcl val
da tiays efor~the posesseda brt
or epe- to find ; their way
~ thirsigh u Wforests sa wiltbbasts
e-atodai-iwraWbat..thert purpose it
-. imayuv.sem(etwe. not know and
-His Long Dlitnoe Heeds.
The hoise painter bad slipped from
th ufida pOcefad irken hIs leg.
30as.a bit careless, were you?' they
saIto haim at the hospital.
as~w -sothi e sh..norted- I
was eesis to me. all right. I've beda
wulkin' uder ladders mighty near
-evsy day, -for twenty-four. years."
*' A Lesson in Ponlteness.
'Johnt. did you make the baby
"Ses. I did. I aked him sumfin'. an'
he-wouldn't -say 'Yes.sir.'. so I gave
him a lesson in politeness just like you
gIve me. N- slapped him."-Cleveland
ige nans are von-engaged In?"
"Collcting what?" .
- Tb ~ivIng the world owes me."
Beck - Wvhat was..the worst storm
you ever encountered? Peck-I think
it raged at the rate of 300 words a
The. is no case on record or a cough,
old or Ia grippe developing into broo
chitis, pneumonia or consumpion aftrr
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound has
been aken .The genuine is in a yellow
p ackage.. Retfse : substitutes. Tbe
Dckson .Drug Co., MaDning, S. C.,
Leon Fiscber, Summierton. 8. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MANNING, S. C.
-Prompt astention given to Collections.
u ' Tt Sis;~cr' t : Water.
Tile tudor isenn't f :s ~stihi 1)r a
clergymanl. aubve all L.S a l)tlsnp. itwa
for hundreds of years been all that
was necemsary to obtain recognlitlotl for
such a remedy from a believing public.
Bishop Berkeley set ail 1rtamn to
drinking tar water supposedly na"
tug received benetit from the use ot tar
water when. 111.ot. th'." be pUnliiih
-wyrt: on -'rfl- Virtues or 'Her Wa
ter." On which he said tie- 0l.i leesowed
m ore pains tian on any ft is ti t!a:n d '
tions.' and a few motnths be'ire tus
death he publlste(-nis lnst work. "-ar
ther Tboughts on l':ir % ater." That
was in- 175. That tar water b:e not
passed out or favor in rulsp It::and
in the time of Charles i)lekens iaee
evident In a latrghable lneid'nt In
'tirent Espectation..' where l'ip. by a
substittion of tar watet to a tiottie or
wine, gives Uncle I'umnbleclook. corn
erand!er and 'eedsman. opportutnity to
take a lons of itshop .terkeiey's
eure-atlt mu-h to that eminent seeds
man s astonishment and disgust l'ata
Where the Earth's Crust Is rhinnest
-ltaly is visite.l by an es'e'eare
nttumtber of earthrunkes and vole:toie
disturbances bweenause It Is the newest
'art of the earth s surface. dme'cllares
g Peprett of 'aris. a t'rench geolo
list of nuthority l'eJple esateminilt
hose living in the we-tern neals
'here. look apon I'urope antI alt of the
easte'nt hemisphere. it fact. as the "Old
.sorld." which. taken one way. Is right
tut in the matter of the tornmation of
.he en rriss crust. winich geologists now
grt'e is the result of the cooling of the
'tret mohmen sn that makes our
-artb. it so happened that the section
-rold iiout Italy was the last to coom
nd cuseptently has tait yet coo'ed to
o great a depth as other portions of
he world. This.- then. makes italy
he newest part of the world's surface.
f our geologists are correct 1o their es
:tmato)n regnrdina the tardiness u the
-niling of that partictmar 'c'tion.
-ew York Am'rwcan.
."ga'r Inants andChildren.
hf Dii lle AlwaJs Bought
The Highest .Ilano Sea.
The - vigable body of water
1n the -~or Lake Titicaea., which
lims in South America about midway
between the Borns and the equator.
With a size nearly as great as Lake
Erie. It is two miles above the level of
the sea and Is continually shrouded in
the 'clouds and mists of the Andes.
Rugged. rocky Islands dot Its surface.
and .It possssea dozens of great. on
apIored bays. Its average depth is
-I.O& feet nearly twice that of l.ake
Superior- but in ninny pia-es bottonm
baarnever been found. The lake ner
e feeses. although. 1ermause of its
lelght. It is situated in a land of ai
most perpetual winter Alona thie
shores are ruins of great c'ities. prob.
bly-ot the Incas. but so anc-ent are
they that even the indians have no idea
0f their origit or history. Several
aIeEuters ply over the wake anrd c-arty
m a valuable trade in gold and other
prdumts of the montains -New York
The Too Good Alibi.
There is no defense so familiar to
cininal courts as the ni1hi. p.rmnt that
tetcensed was not near the aacene uf
a-erie when3 that cimelt was -omiamit
ed. There Is 230 defenlse 'mlore 'nal I.
hetory. except when it is too mmwsd a
to good alibi ia one of the most sims
ledus thingts 0n earth. When an ae
ensed -man brings wvitnessaes who swear
ao his Whereabouts for eachb mInute of
he pferiod in question the Iuri bmegums
to doubt.- The foreman of the Jaur
annot prove where -be was at the
ame time with that mn'th assur-ance
Probably the judge cannot. How does
te-aensed man happen to have that
proof which othera hiack' Are his wit
eiues -tying. or was the crime commtlif
e earlier than the. state thinks. and
s the alibi a -pant?" Honest men.
oing nnthinkingty about honest hwud
esr cawn seldom prove their whlere
boutaminute by muinute The fellow
who. knows the need of an alibi hast one
..How He Would Take It.
President L!neuln used to tell a wild
at currency story it was to the ef
et that' he was going down the Mis
issippi river on a steambat when the
iot announet to the -aptaln that
bey were out of wood. The captain
atids -'Well, put into the first wood
Te flat bottomed boar was ran up
o the mid shore. and the captain
alted a man who was walking a1mng
several plies of wood
-Will yout sell your wood?" be
"Yes." ecame the reply.
"Tlie wvildeat enwrrencxy"
"Weli, how- will you fa ke it?
The answer e'nme biarS wilthoult fesi
ration. "Cord for c-ord. " New York
. H. LiKSMiSNE.
ATTOt.~iV VT' I.
Everything of the best for
the personal wear and adornt
ment of bot~h sexes.
We fill mail order's car-efully
Charleston, S. U
R. J. F'RANK GEIGER~I.
Takes Druggist's Advice With
If anyone should know the worth
of a medicine, it is the retail druggist
who sells it over his counter every
day in the week, and is in a position
to know what remedy gives the best
-Mrs. Frank H. Uline, of West Sand
Lake, N. Y., says: "For a number of
years I was a great sufferer from
bronchitis. Last July I had an attack
which was more severe than any, and
my friends thought I could not recover
from it. Then I was advised by my
druggist to try Vinol, which I did,
.with wonderful results. My cough
has left me; I have gained in weight
and appetite, and I am as strong as
ever I was. I advise all who have
bronchitis, chronic coughs, or who are
run down to try Vinol."
It is the combined action of the
medicinal curative elements of the
cod's liver, without the greasy oil,
aided by the blood-making and
strength-creating properties of tonic
iron that makes Vinol so edicient.
Remember, we guarantee Vinol
to do just what we say -we
pay back your money It it does not
Wnat Would You Do?
"\Vhatt wotild Y'1 (11) 11 vit were a
mi!!l11tmirer wa vs tilnetll qut pro
pound'ell to tue' lttle" IIor of an enfsi
side g-enooit ti other d1:ty
Thle ittle eu.st siers :,nswers Wert
interet'inl;. Soule or i it'tt Wrote:
"!"It ould r n:! a nouse' wtti rooni1.4
for eat-1l mitd o! uise. sitch1 HS SIttins
roD. Dc ni i ti tt $litI la room l.
"'! wattlld1~ t In tutt s 7111(1 De I DanEs
presidetnt at :t largt' .aary.
!1 waotll ilne 4m 1--Itt :veitle in a
-le.:tti nous" :I1141 n1tty attlus :111 etlHrl
"! woniud4 tw prointd of my sitnautlo
:ni ni32 11111. t I *wut n ta t!
-- tI lm t '1':-Il(;%y pt-3::sonts' also inal
ItitI) e L3;33*. ital elo
i attt '1 t: r :1::l" - stin:t:si t
A Queer Viev of Ec e:3on.
it; -::: to . :. -- -<::.::U na ill lilt
Iia ) I t t!Y a ~ 't I' '"I tr
I 4o 151'!- ':!lt Ir - t " l li ,
n-setl w hp ort s :! 11: Il i ;. t:::-! l":1:
' e I tll Y i -I Ihr 1 :
" .. ?1. in:' Fu i:Ust i11, ita; se e ist
. .tm ! : . :" ! : : , .
Don't Let Fever
Fight it off. Keep
your liver active and
your bowels moving
regularly and fe-ver
can 't hurt you..
.R. L. T.
The Liquid Liver
Tones up the liver and pre
vents fever. It. digests your
food and strengthen your
body. It does not -ripe or
nauseate. It's guaranteed.
50c and $1 Bottles
Ask Your Druggist
Prepard by R.L.T. co. Adersn,S. C
FOd SALL BY
What They Will Do for Yol
They will cure your backs t.h
strengthen your kxdrneys, ce
rect urinary irreguia itie a, bu
up the worn out - tise us, atn
eliminate the xces, uric e:
that causest :h:tism . ?
bates, and restore hcsith at:
of\an nI. at th clio-.e of imf~
MARCH 8th, 1913.
Loan3- :ln(1 he ia41 ..... ..-..--.4--.0
Bakingur w .... .(..- ; 144.9t
Furnit ure :an.1 lix; :zre-..... -.. ;,0 '.0O
Cahon h.w and: i in tnauzks.. 2;9 79
LI i IITIES.
Surpu .a . 1348' idd pr-. it 4,E93.10 (
De-----.....- -- ....------ - -- 4,'5 d3
Bi p~a-'b ... ... 5000
Joaquirn1 Mier and Ne* X . .
Describing Kafv Yprk as 1; was when
Joaquin Midier first saw it, and Miller
when New Yorkers fr.t beheld him,
a writer in the New York Evening
Post says. -That was -the period when
the gossips were thrilled on learning
that Mark Twain helped himself to
olives with a fork. when Bryant. his
white heard tiowihg out over the folds
of a lon;; Spanish clog. moved through
the bustling streets 'in scholarly ab
straction. and Whitman set his verse
to the rumble of a Broadway omni
.,us. It was against this background
that Miller. poet of the Sierras. pro
jected himself on his first tour of the
enst. He played the lion for a season.
coming to evening parties in a velvet
een coat, corduroy trousers and a bril
liant scarlet necktie. The tawny hair
on his head and face gave him the out
ward appearance of a human sunburst.
Thus equipped for action and having
selected a divinity for his homage. he
would throw himself on the drawing
room floor at her feet. resting on one
elbow and devouring her' beauty with
his eyes. while he recited for her bene
fit appropriate passages of his own
It is a singular thing that Ceylon Is
the only part of the world where the
male elephants have no tusks. They
have miserable little gruhers project
ing two or three inches from the upper
jaw and inclining downward. Noth
ing produces either ivory or horn in
fine specimens throughout Ceylon.
Although some of the butlaloes have
tolerably fine heads. they will not
bear a comparison with those of other
countries. The horns of the native
cattle are not above four Inches in
length. The elk and the spotted deer's
antlers are small compared with deer
of their size in India. This is the
more singular as it is evident from the
geological formation that at some re
mote period Ceylon was not an island.
but formed a I >rtion of the mainland.
It is thought that there must be ele
ments wanting in the 'Ceylon pastur
age for the formation .of ivory.
Zinc and Calcite.
A novel use is made of the mystical
"ultra violet ray" of the electric light
by the workers In the zinc mines and
mills. The. ore carrying the zinc.
known as silicate of zine, is of a gray
ish hue. identical in color with the bar
ren rock which surrounds the ore de
posits. known as calcite. The zinc ore
is separated from the calcite by me
chanical means of a concentrating ta
ble. upon which the ore settles apart
from the calcite. To the human eye,
however, the line between the rich ore
and the worthless calcite- as they lie
on the table Is utterly Indefinable.
itnt when the ultra violet ray from :in
electric light Is turned upo the mass
the Tine- ore. hithrto'gra. in color. ap
aenr a deep turqouiae blue. while the
-thior of the calcite remains the same.
Te seitration can then be made by
even an unskilled workman of ordinary
eyesi:ht. New York Tribune.
Makes Thom Look Pleasant. .
The -'rench police have a way of
thir own of handling criminals who
ldo.et to being photographed. Instead
f pilin-g half a dozen detectives on the
obsi reperous rascal. getting all con
c erned red eyed and heated, the Frech
detctves enrefully strap the sinner to
a large wooden cross, ils arms and
legs atre mtade fast, a large sm'vingle
surrounds his miiddle. and his chin is
propiped :it the right angle. Then the
strappted individual Ia carried to the
p homograph gallery in the police sta
tlon. the light is turned on. the photog
eigariette and sits down to wait. N.
matter bow desperate the man under
arrest umay be, the time will come wvhen
frotu sheer fatigue he will permit his
features to sllp back to their proper
phnre. Then click -the trick is tur
One of the oddest sights In Europe
may lbe witnessed in the little city of
Odder. [Den mark. There are 4.000) peo
plel dwelling there. but they have never
relaxed fromw their earliest declaration
-namely, nev-er to permit the driving
of an automuobile through the streets.
Consetiuenltly' a man in a business suit
and a soft lhat rides astride a black
horse, which draws the motorcar
through the town. A heavy fine at
taches to any person who attempts to
violate the ordinance.
Trhere is the story told of a dispute
in which a boisterous, ill bred fellowt
caled his adv-ersary "'no gentleman."
'I suppose you think yourself one?
was the reply.
"Certainly I do." answered the bully.
'"Then." said the other. "i am not
ofended that you don't think mec one.'
Actor-i c- r 1y Ill three of the
characters yo .. igned to me in
this melodram .sger - Why not?
Actor-- Because mi ..e [irst act two of
them engage in a fight and the third
rushes in and separates themi. -I
He Wasn the Limit.
Hle-D)o you think it would be fool
ish of me to marry a girl who was ny
Inferior inteilectually? Shie-More than
foolish-I mn'ossible. - l.ndon Answers.
When In Doubt--Operate.
"1 think It's your appendix."
"Are you sure. doctor?"
"How can I lie sure until I've had 1t
out and examined it?"-Life
A man must make his opportunity
as oft as lind it. -Hacon.
Notice of Discharge.
I wiil apply to the Judge of Probate
for Clar-endon county, at 11 o'clock a.
mn., on the 30th day of A pril. 1913. for
lttrs of discharge as Executor of the
the Fistate of Samuel W. Evans, de
eaed. L., B. G[IBBONS.
Turbeille, S. C , Mar'ch, 29,l193.
A nice comfortable dwellinst
in the town of Mannmng, well
situated in a good neighborhood
The house contains eight rooms,
bans and stables. Lot 78 feet
wide by~ 253 feet deep. P1-ice
-easonable. Terms easy.
H. C.~ CUTTINO.
In West Libertyv St.,
Sumnter, S. C.
Phone No. 615.
are quickly relieved by an applicat
Liniment You don't need to rub
lightly. It penetrates at once I
the seat of the trouble.
Miss Etszn MArHEY, 4229 Ta211
Ave., Chicago, Ill., wites:---About tv
years ago my mother broke down w l
rheumatism. The doctors didn'c do a
good. My mother was persuaded to t
Sloan's Liniment, and in three wee
was entirely well-and I believe she
Relief From Rbemain
Miss iI. E. LINDEI.EAF, Gilroy, Cali
writes:-" My mother has used one 5C
bottle of STan's Liniment, and althou
obtained great relief front her rhenmat
Miss Evrz-rrA MYER, of 1215'
"My mother was troubled with rheum
Sloan's Liniment and her rheumatism
family was troubled with ring-worms
sisters and I and Sloan's Liniment cut
is the best remedy for neu
pains, asthma, hay fever, c
At all dealers. Price
Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle,
Dr. EARL S. SLOJ
Pay A Visit
to our c'ishter and he will convio"e you
that we have every fac:dIy for hand
ling your b-irking busin--ss with ac
euracy ar.d disparrh Our financial
t.andtg is ?
andi. we aIm to treat. all our customers
with the asret co:'urses. and c.n-id
ra' og)., tat, their ac,'oums latge or
The Bank of Manning
This Home Bank
WILL START YOU SAVING AND
KEEP YOUR AT IT.
"You: rca nLmr :il otu
wihueh frt oa thn en
buia hosetho frs rik
itomamut omt ,.r now , m,
itedOt av. the elisors made atho
beige na .ir
ONEd DOLLAR wiN~ Ttt-i BAN~K.'S
ANYORI- TWAN OR O CKET
aIa- ihas n rthe rie of ouri '
ier besnt gtfjood ., bti the rag~ ~taa
h'ay, toilt bie andI~i athingd.
surei isof the igf.hestr galt.
man to in tin oa:zurd p u i
bs lng 01.a aeinbsies
toN P OLLAR IN TIEn B YANI
Arnky and Conslrsat C.
ion of Sloan's
-just lay on
gh she is over 83 ears of age, she has
Vyoming St.. Dayton. Ohio, writes:
tism a::d her friends advised her to get
is enthcly gcne. At the same timethe
here were fve ring-worms between my
ed every o: e of us in a week's-time."
algia, sciatica, lumbago, chest
-oup, sore throat and sprains.
y 25c., 50e., and $1.00.
ogs and Poultry sent free. Address
N, BOSTON, MASS.
C. o. Edwards,
Office over Home Ba k an . Trust Co
W.C. DAVIS. J. W. WIDEMAN
DAVIS & WIDEMAN,
ATTOINEYS AT LAW,
MANN ING. S. (.
JOHN G CAPE.S. (of South Carolina).
Ex-ommissioner Internal Revneu
JOSEPH D. WR'GHT.
CAPERS & WRIGHT,
AT ;)ttNRYS Ar LAW
WAaiLw,TON. u. C.
oi U: ?irst-Class R-ai Estae
I M ortg'ages.
Pu.d4 & O'Bryan,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
BON-lJN P[EING CLUB.
We solicit your
Clea sing and Pressi ig
work and promise promppt anid
good service. We hLve emloy
ed pressers anid c'eennoirs wi
ex perienelu, nud all wo rk entirn -r
ed tee us wili be guar nreed
Se~d .your ci el->the to Lte 13 an
Trun Pressmng Ciuo.
!UI BR~O. Moneer.
I) 1..J. A C i,
Upstirs:: ov5.r Baukc of Manuingt.
Hacker Mfg Co.
Geo. S. Hacker & Sor,
Door -. S -ih ia-l li-in :.ChI&
and' B.;lu-'t.er--: Gri; es ani.I Ga
Ornam'-nts: Sere Door.s atf
WE DEAL IN
Glaw.. St-,4h-ri:and'-V .i eh r
Woodmnen of the World.
Meets on First Mopday ninr
Notice is hers-by giv, n that a Teaich
er's exa;mnar io' wl; be he d :
cunrt h(ou-e iin Manin-i Femr:; \bv 2.
1013. h aiunrog ~ip.-i- nr~ 9t --c1 k.
Evei ne who~ h-ts not n:i -i ei ri
c:are, or who~ expect,. to teaeb -ho--d
take this exatminiIIn.
I EJ. BROWNE. Co -S:plt. Ed.
esting i(NNI) ?ii I- ilwi;; : n' - .n 5 '
:rtin it.Ihe altrp ?:ii1:nons ci eni 1m1
the power unider p~ro~pt ;ettericodros o
as umg v:ar~is ror-in. le'd :11 h
Itrope modI~ittion.s ithhout :ostunu its
ndivdulityiso wuihile its prope'rtws
nfd appiIearane may;: tnve ebuni.ed it
is still eemien&Iy -erhoni ande notbing
but enrbon As ordiurrily met? with to
te form or coke. co-oi and cha~reonis. it
is called a morphumus en rhbin. as gra phite
it is enlled grapitte cuarboi. aid itu the
form of the diamowr d it is known as
crystalline en.rbou Coat is therefore
t'ery aptly termed "bIlack diamionds."
since chemienlly it is identiently the
same as the white diamond though
some charine which hais taken pinee~ in
hhit intinitestfoii particle called the
moenI*e hns enused its vaiiue to he
rated-s in doe pe ~ir ton mjstendi ot diii
Sash, Doors and .Bli
L irgest manufacturing stock house in the South.
Special sizes on short notice: :
A. H. FISCHER CO.
CHAfRLESTON. S. C.
An Array of Facts
reirding the value of an article does not all
convi:ien as to it sup:triortty. But-if thiea
be seen, a person of judgment can deterza
quicki.} if it pss s:,es merit..
We want you to see
our line of Mil-inerv and we will await you j
ment without saying a word, for we know wi
b.! favorable You won't leave the store wiib t
wk irg a purchase.
PROSPERITY FARM IMPL
Get these time-saving, laboiighteni ng farmstad
to secure the greatest yield from your crops. They reca -"
soil-tillers-the result of a practical farmer's more than 40 yeurs -
experience. Light, strong, and lasting. Fully guarantee
planet Jr CPa.me-dH aaorillS..dar.was,cd.
ter does the work of almost: .11 garden tools combined: . -'
sows accurately all garden seeds. cultivates,boes.iurrows.and lows.
No.8 panet Jr Hae Hoe and Cuateegdessore
work better. qnick.r. and easier -ta 'other caitu, -
Indispensable on the up.todate faria. Canbe Etted wtiW
and disc attachment and al.steel wheel.-new this year. - .
Ff An ntcve 04-sinee
Come see the Planet Jrs. Write
for the catalogue.
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addedYou soil ichcos Aliegrw,.
timitsave. Tereats wosa rets;ee
you rikSl an, ostimpotans al,
. theessetl fds.nt riesold goo sprebad
trelyandnt. pr perqany withebsant
Interes manyr timeas cmde Bin alivtye,
snowor i mstop brnds. uigThey non-growe
nowat fodte tendlUless orreereatons. irms
areh mae f-steetlice n trused soke aastbe
seasons ieran fromismal, chngake p mace
for manes ofasorg cpat. Th press axde
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trate ssental.o Beae soul bare sprmete
toeven inding. proe uteety withqar and
lod, M aur n u nsren Shthr tea-e
lee.I H C nr spreaders have ad ina all stye
andtienabin them osrearomahiesel whhae
snw or i sloppy dearnhadsin Theye mae
willtho eialtheires ordes pons. GeFltrae
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