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COPYRIGHT 1901 BY J A LOLL
On min marl years it has b been ell r rpatt re repeater
patt > l1 over and over again againthnt againthat
tF tFillon illon l that George G < orgc Ishlngton wasl was wastil
til lrst t In war first in P Patni pNlce pNlcemid eace
mid I1r trst t il a the heuts of his country countryRut ul1tr ul1trmcn
mcn Hut that Is not all lIe was wustbWf1 wasthrc
tbWf1 thrc feel f nOU tub iI to undt understand > rstnn even l1ur l1urIn dur1ng
In 1ng hi his lifetime that the land in Dunhar DunharSiud Dunbarand
and P Perry < fry township FJt Fayette t > tt county countyla
la would IJl valuable cud wts wi U1noug U1nougOtt amougthe
the ttrst to get et some of it Ill blmc blmcnl liecatnenbn
nl nbn the firs finK = t mill owner in this curl or orth ofthe
the th state As a surveyor md a mm of oPIraetlex1 ofIrAtSnd
IrAtSnd business pollch It WfJU woukl 1 be bexpMt beexpecteof
expecteof > xpMt that ashlntols jndnlNJt jndnlNJtW jud inent inentvots1d
W vots1d be reliable In tll the 1tthm or orlAud oflalsd
lAud atC1 history and 1n tI ttn W linn save both hotbI bothproved
I proved rOol that it was The tract ItC took tookup tookup
up Is atmong tmttl t the h richest In this cowitry coun country
try no n d 1 th the coal le discovered rind ex exnm exantiM4
nm antiM4 tl 19 turning out It its wealth In InptOJMl inprojrarrhass
ptOJMl projrarrhass teas that are lr a testimony to his blsfors hisfGrestgbt
fors fGrestgbt fGrestgbtt t tTlte
t The tract which V a ashln hlntn ton tool up upI up1s
I 1s no mow lmbrt cutbraeed In the coaltield enU1 ld of the theas theWa
Wa as hlagion lntoll ConI oal ADd Coke CtHftlHl cttpauy cttpauyat Y Ynnd
and a3j4 nijelIlnJ > ning h > rl rlitory ltor at Stnr N J June UtlC
OoLOL CRAWFORD S CAHL CAHLi CABINrre
i Nrre oHfe Kasltngtin ulU + t n lodged In 170 170tloa 177tics
tics alt I tit t 1 15 miles northwest or Con Conn
n l1Ea W tile Although Itltouh till Population l or orP ofI
P I try tatt ue uship bl ht 14 1 O WKS only 1t G Gr Gvet
r vet tU xrttc4at = tilt lttMJ Imrd21 purc I = lS t s of land ImdIt
It u t1Mt u t dour l 1Va Wuslinctnn htistton who as asfsr asfar
far taEtr We xw Atl r1 3 rH took Ul a atnlrt atract
tract tIIt tI Wit xs JI tbt hMdows con contaJIt coutalttbsrg
taJIt talttbsrg ZJ awes which Itl surveyed surveyed4r
4r tk1 o Ut NUDe yar y xr April t 1tJU 1tJUwsttM 17ti9ivies
wsttM ivies ttte drr4 Nt Miser l Ir ft t till land olJice for fortlttpIIJtrils forthe
tlttpIIJtrils the wt + lwktxrfcs fur llk sale or lauds laudstilk landsrrt
rrt + ratf tilk wstagtstxin htins Juttl It will thus tlmsl thuslk
lk l 4M tktnt till Iath Fxtr r of Ills Country Countrya
rear a w1f iusy Jt IWttd + d his utltlmpurarlts utltlmpurarlts1ft
1ft I wtir alt after hl hthrl IBterests ts mid get getU gettht
U tht x potl I thIiM1 thIiM1Ww thtsh1V1Eyiagtp
Ww 1V1Eyiagtp wrttlift t frost Mount MountVc Jountl
Vc l St ftt 21 1 J Iit 7 gtvs lS a hint of oflats ofbid
bid GlMt tatPItt to Imrrlt1 a lauds In inIetrr
Ietrr hINIaltt itrwsl litiit to Coltud 11 lUllw iIUamVu lUllwrufOllll
rufOllll Vu ta1 I tvt wtM at this tire WAS libtb libtbla ii vliig1a
la a lug tMlI trN for lm hank II uf the Y ou ough oughlo h hI
I lo tt + sv M tlhl 1M Itt 1t Ire It uf Ntw t Uu hau I Itu
u tu Ia Itt > fOarl eadi d dxc s lHUtO t ttllt d Cr Cntwfords awfordst I
t Uk ta lairs It1tttr Waiugtlit sacs sacst I IIr
Ir t T l ddeg WIlt of oar brA ers Ors I wrote WTotet
t W otI a iw 1 eta ace ita i a burr + nui Itatig Mace MaceLa sincelad
La lad w ie titre t4r tdretim I 110 Ot wr trite toe more 8IOretortwba moredtertdj
dtertdj tortwba and aitb atta Ilk r pnttsiua cMVIi 011 ue 5 5J1 sub subjt
J1 A If lIlY v Lot lefts 1 t tbo 4 srtd the f favor favort < 1r 1rf
f y 1 tor kft0CMI rictl16 oUw 1IIif oASbt W had IuIdf
I f tae lad D Mbk 10 ww tlirI wttlan eM laIII laIII1
b ta Irwe to look 1 < < tar out II tract of about abouttin
1 tin 10 Ltw at I r se tee t Fane + here 1 hi your YOOff yourbarhtkd
abertu4ID barhtkd tneoig t > qtly lit ti this that It ay aye y yCUtI
f e as tostECvo CUtI t 7 01 or < < ew1t rt alttemet tktaftlt ae AIda AIdaa
a fiy t > o y d t u d Ia1 cM bt feunoL 1 It 1Im w T1 tte rI tot rIr
r r u 101 a ihiEe that entmarl rdioar or even ftI J1 ntid ntidut d dI
ut I Ie lawda ulJ Ian tEc dower say j purp npoae > IIf u ut u uU1Ut
U1Ut t W tar lrottl ncatMa aad 1IDCkr 1IDCkrfII vodesis
is a Lead fII eapcous r ttew Iap4s ice iInut
1 red J bIh ao Ha a t tract ict t please tee mast t be bet
t 4 tdCIa at CatI be a better ju judSe judSettwtrltand e eOUIWII
ttwtrltand OUIWII W puaaiU We Ie fettL L < a1J such sucha ch cha
a t rr CII 104 be lard 1 you II would do a auur 5 n nur
ur fa Lad r lam talltrtg tetra sowc asethod or iK iKJt eetur eetur1tg
Jt 1tg II tIIw4iatrtw emr CI at 1ICIdI rothe is wore ce 1ala 1alaM talstt
tt M teat t et tbe1a the Iada cYoect t tersia long Ullhllte Ullhlltett ngranted ngrantedc
+ c tt s uowa that the rights air to t be bet beLs
t Ls n are I 11 x < < 1 tE OaW o i1d daocwe a to poatpotte poatpottea P 1M 1Ma
a tad till the Mwiq illC whew If VU mil give in ate 11MrtUIl ateH
H 1tgy rtUIl aarruot 41f this tastier 1Datt < < aM of 1I3t 1 1n Ian
an n prat at coMIc tv propaea tiNft l8eo 1 espeet to pay ft o a atoa ar
r u toa tilt Is of Dat April prR prRJ
J titr1 bt its t CkttbtD to dhow sbo what Cap CiPta
ta tr ul tlattiord fMd dd to ttt gL t poo posscgslou Ssiou of oftw offor
tw lauds hr Perry townsbll but mans mAuyOcrvork mansOver4ork
Ocrvork Weakens WeakensYour veakensYour
Your Kidneys KidneysUnh KidneysUnhealthy
Unh Unhealthy a1thy Kidneys Make Impure Blood BloodAll BloodAll
All the blood in your our body passes through throughour throughyour
your our kidneys once every three minutes minutesThe minutesThe
The ki kidneys nejs are your yourblood
L blood purifiers they fiiI fil filter
I ter out the waste or orImpuritlei ors
1 1 Impuritlei s in inIf the blood bloodIf
If they arc aresick sick or out outof
c of order they fail to do dotheir
° ce their work workPains workr
Pains achesandrheu achesandrheumatlSm aches and rheu rheumatrsm
r
matlSm come from ex excess excess
cess of uric acid in the theblood theblood
blood ducto ng neglected neglectedkLdne c lected lectedkidney
kLdne kidney trouble troubleKidne troubleKidney
Kidne Kidney trouble causes quick or un unsteady ead eadhet
heart beats and makes one feel as though thoughthtj thoughthey
they had bur trouble because the heart Is Iseverworking iscverworking
everworking in pumping thick kidney kidneypoawncd kidneypotsnod
poawncd blood through veins and arteries arteriesIt rteriesIt
It used to to be considered that only urinary urinarytrouWes urinarytroubles
troubles were to be traced to th the kidneys kidncysbJ
bJ now modern science proves that nearly nearlyail
ail 1I c stltutonal diseases have their begin beginb
ng ngIt b in kidney trouble trublcIf
If you are sick you OU can make no mistake mistaket
1 k doct > rilC your 01 kidneys The mild mildd mildaI
aI d the estrardtnar3 et a > rcianaf effect of Dr Kllmers KllmersSw KhmersSw
Sw pRoot the great kidney remedy is isz ison
z on > n reaHed It stands the highest t for its itsder itsa
a nderf1 der I cures d the most distressing cases casesmd casesant
md 1s s1j Cts ch its merits meritsby i ib
b by lU dr drggiss Cbis s in f1ft f1ftcent fifty fiftyant
cent and onedollar onedollares si siCs
es You may have a asample I Isample
sample bottle by mail Home of SW1U swearrRoo swearrRoofree Root Rootfree
free also pamphlet telling you how to find findOtItt findj
j out i tIyoft YOIll have kidney or bladder trouble troubleIir troublegt
Iir gt > r lilts = mcn wtinl Or KtlNl Ktllxett r r1J
1J W t L Y
tlIfers must ha hate passctl eiwceri the thetwo thetwo
two relating to th the tracts Records Recordsshow Recordsshow
show that on the day of the opening or orj
j the land offiCe IGOO acres 6f land inPerry in inPerr
Perr Perry township were recorded whIch whIchtlutn whichdually
tlutn dually eunt Into the possession of ofGeneral ofGeneral
General Washington although the theItallows theMeadows
Meadows is the only one recorded in inYn iiiSVasliinstons
SVasliinstons Yn IJingtons name Before the Issu IssuI Issuauce
I auce lJ > l flf Imhuts the lands acre re all pass Iasi passed >
i lll to Vastlintou u llnou himSllf himSllfCljtt f faii1nta
Cljtt aii1nta IH Crawford who 1tt1 tilt tilti tiitland
i land In ItIry township 110 i1 o act acted as asi aslVashiii
i lVashiii ashintous tou s anent In taklll taking up lands landsfor landsfor
for him In Washington counts < and anlli andalong
i along thro Ohio ricer valley alll in Virginia VirginiaIn ir inla inlaIn
In 1770 a hiutou made a journey journeyI
I through this section to see what Cap Caplain
I I lain Crawford had purchased for him l1imIll himIle
Ill kept J journal of t the e trip and let lettJS letter
tJS taken from his biography give fre freQUNlt freQuent
QUNlt reference to the lands near Con ConnellslII Connelisrille
nellslII > md New IIIen The jour journew jourIlew
new was begun Oct 5 Iud Qn the 1 12th 12thht th thtIt
tIt wri writes writesWe tls tlsWe
We J left h lilhD3D9 eul early In th the morning br brfastfd break breakfasted
fasted at t the Iittle Meadows ten mUes off anl anlIod an > J JI
I Iod NJ at the greet Crossne rossin of l the uuh1osheny uuh1oshenyaf
af SoDtft1oeId 5 mile farther which we consitl consitltcf considrrc4
rrc4 tcf < < 1 I ood t + 1 di daYs s work workThe workThe
The u next xt day ay the journal says saysSet saysSet
Set out t Euprise Breakfasted at the Crest Grrtllea CrestMeadows
llea Meadows ows Fayette county 13 miles md reached reacbtdCliptdn reachedCaptain
Captain Cnwfords Cnv < Nds about 5 oclock Cnwfordi CnwfordiIs
Is verr eI doe 1 land ltd lying on the Toehioheny Youhi y at ata ata
a place CORIIDOIIly toiuo only called caned Stewarts CrOii Crossing CrossingOn lng lngOn
On the 14th the journal has this en entr entry
tr try
tryAt
U Captain Crawfords an day Went to see seecod a acoal
cod leak Ilk on the river not far from his Douse DouseThe houseThe
The coal seemed of the very best kind burni burnirnaely bnrnfafreely
freely and aOOtd2oce of It ItI ft ftSo
So speaks George Washington of ofwbat ofwhat
I what was the outcrop of the nine foot footI footrein
rein eln of C Counelisrille nDe lsil1e coal The coal conlI
I
I bank Washington refers r ters to ht here e is probe probeI
I ably the old IUtrtUl to ti tilt Plm Plmr l enny ennyroyal
r royal al mine in the borotlgli oroll h of Connelis Connelistille Con neIls
tille 11 This IJ open opening was n YoU YoUthe ftty ncro 10C 10CYoU s
the 1t1 firer from rom Crawffml l 4 eatin a liu and uDdIn andIn
In sight or his home The real is al alWl always
Wl ways 5 known to have had all outcrop outcropthtI outcropthere
there and in the early days ln s of Connelhrllle Con ConntUsl1le
ntUsl1le th the mine supplied much ot otthe ofthe
the rail for home consumption SOD SODtrumps Some Sometramps
trumps lit n 1h lire in the mine 30 years yearsago
00 and m It bas bl been u burning ever er since slutebtlln sincehaving
having eaten out much or the ue bed un undl Under
dl the second tcn fast Vard of HlUtllsille ConuelisrilleItself
1 Itself ItselfIn tstlfIn
In his diary Washington speaks of ofhow ofhow
how be went cm with Colonel Cll Crawford Crawfordon wford wfordon
on Oct 1 l 1770 to se see some lands 1miles 1 1miles
miles distant from Crawfotds Cra wfords ionic ionicIn omeIn
In the fonowu manner mauntrWellt mannerNeat
Neat to tfew i some land which l ch CJlp Capn n Crav Cravford ra rafwd
fwd IncllQ ixa + ed for 1M II near U t the iouhio Y bio J n ii iitant htant
tant rut Iut I ° mitts This tract which ett I + is isabout IS ISt
about t < ut Jt > O acres InduJ1 wme Ioa at oe land as I Ifr Iecr
ecr fr saw 1 and a t pIJt ca dal of rich meadoJtI I ft i iIpU id idteen
teen wavcd a rcd add La a yaiuai aiua te p mill seat t Exrxpt ExrxpttL xcp xcptJIt
tJIt tL t Sr r aM is rat lizht awls it I Li 1 11Ot i itrot
trot at4ul r 11t more 11It unto Nvi H U eit1 ei tIt tnr7t IDcI in inth inthe
th the Jcar ear The Iaa 3 us which hid I pallled owr tiJ tiJft ttL4ywte
wte ft generela fftMU Ituty WII aDd tiMe u troErth tlt cbify ehiFG w L Ltal t twk
wk l but t rry r y coed not ntitall + sitiataadiaS an fa facdraQfJary a i icatraorirary
cdraQfJary aDd Ctrtrary t3 tb the fIIX prnprrtr d 1 1otMr Iot
ot otMr l4d I evec a infuse the hi l ar arrichest r rri
ri richest ind ilk vii ulna It the tJt tire ano n nof 1 1of
of them biat in a5 baek < 1 It coat coa sad the br is ishn t tttilant
ttilant hn t and a1 < J merry merryAxshngton trry trryftShlugtou
ftShlugtou WitS a man of d deed and anelWittII andwhen
when be runde t the entry Nt1Jcrnt Nt1JcrntUte ug ugthe
Ute mil seat he was not long In pro proLeediu proeeediug
Leediu to enl Cl oi Soon after Ids IdsYlslt hisvisit
visit he sent Gtlbtrt Sitnl1 iUlP OU to lxgin lxginork Iginwork
work ork upon the ptut The mill Wl WlCCCCtlon teas teaserecteti
CCCCtlon erecteti on the cat itkeu keu uf 011 11511 Vashlngton 11511ington
ington run not far from the present presentvliiage lfCentUla
vliiage Ula of Ptrl Perryopoii opIi w which icb ft ish ishington h hlu
lu ington ton himself hu lr I laid out UNetn the theyears theyears
years or 1770 and l 1774 74 1ttleutine t1uti Craw CrawfoctI Crawford
ford succeeded his brother rothl In mantgin mantginftshingtons mauagingWashingtons
ftshingtons estate IJ this section of oftbe ofthe
the country near ConnellsiI1t Shup Shupson
son r retaining talnln control of the mill and audotMr andother
other buildings near P Iert rr oplis The TheIndians 1htIndiaDS
Indians gene gt the workmen orkm u sent out outlnUtb outmuch
much trouble and the overseers had hadditUcult haddifficulty
difficulty In keeping hands because ecause of oftbtir oftheir
their fr fright bt tt the redskins Writing n nIetttr aletter
Ietttr ltardlug the t erecting > rectiu of tb the mill millCra ttiillCrawford
Cra Crawford frd SIt says s that t be will be oe obli obliged obligedto Nl Nlto
to erect 21 fort near the mill until the theIndian theIudlau
Indian eruption is or and U1 mens Il IlHons
Hons Ute fact l that Siml son U seemed seemedery seemedvery
very much scared scaredBecause ftred ftredBecause
Because of the Indian troubles it was wastwo wastwo
two years Ars from the time thl mill was wasstarttd wasstarted
started tm cOlUlllttd 111 the menu U1tnntime menutime
time Crawfords INters show that Ill Illthousbt hethought
thought Ynshlngtou bad made a bad badjob badjob
job or It III attempting to build the tlwmill themilL
mill 1ashington Yushf1l ton was apprised or the tlwrums themills
rums completion whIle he was In camp carnlbefore campbefore
before Nett ew York after the battle attlt of
Long Island and history Is usually si silent sirlent
lent to the fact that during the whole wholecampaign wholecampaign
campaign lte paid some a attention to tobls tohis
his lands in ll Fayette ette county while dl dlrecting directiug
recting also t so the opcratons of the Rev Revolutionists Revolutionists
olutionists iu ail parts or the land landushinton landWashington
Washington ushinton himself tired or his mill millnm milland
nm and tried to sell it In 1785 when he hewrote hewrote
wrote to Thomas Freeman who bad badsuccetded badsucceeded
succeeded Yaltntine Crawford IS his hisagent hisagent
agent 1 lt t 1 could get it500 for the tbemill themill
mill and 100 acres of laud most con conynilnt conreuieut
ynilnt thereto I would let it go for forthftt forthat
that itt41uey monl But It was as not till 1SU 1SUtbat 1759that
that Vashlugtohc Ya lngton was able to make an anarrangement any anyarrangement
arrangement when the property was waslensed wasleased
leased to Colonel Israel Sbree who wbohad whohad
had been one of YasbIngtons faIthful faIthfulsU
sU > 1 T rl1IAJt iu the Rcsglution Ue Ql tin The TheY
11 Y L Yt1UlY Paducah I Icy y writes writesII
II I ba had n se severe e l case se of kidney disease diseaseand iseasenll
and nll three of the best physicians in insouthern insouthern
southern KeutuCky treated me with witbout without
out succes I teas 18 induced tu try tryFol tryHoneys
Fol Honeys Kidn Kidney Cure The first bottle bottlega bottlesave
ga save immedilte relief and three hot bottles hotties
ties cur curet t me permluentl I gladly gIadljrecomlUtnd gladlyrecommend
recommend this W wonderful n rfulreni rettiedy dy dyAtf
Atf 1 h fEaxs lfej ei JyDr Ihtlj3 j8t r v vi
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deeds conveying the proplrly were ner nerer ne neCI
CI execut executed d l UF > y WaslJlnton as he died diedat
at Mount Vernon In 1J before the thetransaction thetransaction
transaction was completed Colonel ColonelShreve ColonelShreve
Shreve dying the same year also The Themfll Themill
mill property passed Inter to Powell PowellIIougIi PowellUougfi
IIougIi and through n succession to toSamuel toSamuel
Samuel Smith The oM mill Is known knownI
I to few because It Is Iso13 isolated ted and sel seldom seldom
dom ment mentfonCl onrd In song or story It Is IspIcturesque Ispicturesque
pIcturesque the illustration being true truI truei
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I THE OLD wsntSGTOi MILL mLLErected MILLErected
Erected on a site selected by Washington in intasl
1691 1691to
to life 11 present For over 1i years yearsthe yenrstl
tl the < mill has been In operation except fl flfe afew
fe few years prior to 1 1790 DO when It was wasout wasout
out of use for repairs The sketch of oftbe ofthe
the cabin shows Crawfords home In Inl inNew
New l lla Liaren Yen where Washington Yash i11gton was WiSnlwa wasalways
nlwa always s welcomed as a I guest while whileullkiug whilenlakiug
nlakiug ullkiug visits to this part of the coun counuy country
uy This ca cabin in is no longer in exist existence existence
ence ha having ing ue been u torn down by relic relicI
I h rltorc n r frw w years no noQf
Qf W0 Jj ll
fi o Nii11 00 00o 00I
I BBN tf E
L R RSores
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th i 4M w 1 1 1Sores
Sores and kern t nertr n nr L becur = curt chronic chron1tmIs chronicunless
unless the bluoi l ulls is i1 Door contltiolli contltiolliIt
sit < It 0 Ish h tk I C 1 tILe lI lIthe e to t throw O Gt1 Gt1the t
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the poisons that accuuu1ate ill it Th Thsystem Thesysteitr
system must be relieved of the unhealthy unhealthymater unhealthymatter
mater through the ore and great danger dangerto al1geI al1geIto
to life would follow should it heal before beforethe beforethe
the blood has been made pure and healthy healthyand
and all impurities eliminated from thess thesstern the sys system
tern SSS begins the cure by first cleans cleansbig cleansing
big and invigorating the blood building buildingup
up u the general health and removing from frolthe fromt
the t 1e sst system m A f JOllSTNT OTISTI R Reffelematter T DRAIn
a II 1 morbId murbtdeffetematter
effelematter upon THE SYSTEMZVlien SYSTEM SYSTEMWh
Wh ZVlien n this has been accCinpished the dis dischar3e discharge
charge gradually ceases mId the sore ot otulcer orulcer
ulcer heals It is the tend tendency ncj of these old oldindo oldindoent
indo indoent ent sores to grow worse and worse worseand worseand
and ce eventually tually t to desLo destov th the bones Local LocalapplIcations Localapplications
applIcations while soothll soothing g and to some somextent someextent
extent alleviate pain C canur llalJt t reach the scat scatof sealof
of the trouble S S S doe and no matter matterhow mattrhow
how apparently hopeless your condition conditioneocllthough conditionevern
evern eocllthough though your constitution has broken brokcndown brokendown
down it will bring relief when nothing nothingelse
else can It supplies the rich pure blood bloodnecessary bloodnecessary
necessary to heal the sore and nourish nourishthe nourishthe
the d debilitated di eased bod bodIr body bodyMr
Mr Ir J n Talbert Lock 1Itt 2Winona 2 inona bliss blisssays tisssay
say Six years cars a ago o my leI from the ktJte to toth tothe
th the foot was one solid sore Several physicians physicianstrcattd physicianstreated
treated me and I made tau twotrips trips tc Hot Springs Springsbut priItgsbut
but fouud no relief J was induced to try S S S SlI Send
end lI d it t made a complete cure I have been a per perfc perfe
fc fe t1y well man ever since sinceS sinceS
S ail is the only purely veg vegetable eg egW
S W etable blood purifier purifierknowncontains mrifiet mrifietknow1conlams
S know1conlams etatx nJ nJJf
Jf D tx poisonous poi onous minerals to toruin
ruin the digestion and andadd andadd
add to rather than relieve your our suffer sufferin sufferings
in ings s If your flesh does not heal heal readily readilyt
t hen scratched bruised or cut your blood bloodis
is in n bad condition and any ordinary sore soreis soreis
is apt ti tt beccme chro chroic chroicSend c cSend
Send for our free book and write rite our ourphyscialls ourphysicians
physicians about your our ca case We e make nc ncchaoC ticchartc
chaoC for this service serviceTrE nke nken
n TrE SWIFT sr SIiCIFIC CIFrc CO 1LANT A GA GAo GAGood CAGood
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Good Things to Learn LearnLarn learnLearn
Learn t to h lltu ugh h A good laugh is isHlUt isotnttlnles
HlUt otnttlnles tilUes better thou llIlieill tedicineLearn llIlieillLeun
Learn how to tell a tory A well welltoll wl1toid
toll story is is It xs wl treleotue > lenme 2tS a suuheam suuheamill
ill u a sick id rOUltI roorLC4rtl rOUltILearn
Learn to keep your own troubles to toou toyourstf
yourstf ou rtf 7 l ht world i is too buy to tolift totre
lift for Jour our HI dl Itd orrotys orrotysItru orro orroJJtru
JJtru to top eronkiug If you ou tau taun4rt UU UUHut
Hut e any good in this odd keep keeptlal keepthe
the bH to yourself yourselfLern ourself ourselfLlnl
Llnl to attend stJ strictly htl to yourowti your yourown
own business U5iuE > ss Very irnpJrtunt point IJoiutL
L + tirU to hide your Hhe and lll pains painsunder u uunder
under a pleasant smile smileLl smileLeru
Leru Ll ru to greet Jour friends with a asruilt asnfIt
sruilt rthe they lun carry too many frowns frownsin
in t t1i hdr jr own hearts to be bothered botheredwitb botheredwith
with any of yours
LaGrippe Quickly Cured CuredU CuredIn
U In the winter of ISHS and 1S99 I Iwas Iwas
was taken down with a severe attack attackof
of what Is called LaGrippe says F L Lltwltt Lllewett
ltwltt a prominent dru druggist gist of Vin Vini iu iufieid
i Held HI The only medicine I us used usedwas d dwas
was two bottles ot ChamberlainsCough Chamberlains CbambulainsCough
Cough Remedy It broke up the cold coldlnd coldand
and stopped the coughing like magic magicaud
aud I have never neversiuce iuce bet been > n troubled troubledwith troubledwith
with Grippe Chamberlains Cough CoughHemedy CoughRemedy
Remedy can always bi depended upon uponto
to break up a severe cold and nd ward off offany offany
any tbreatenened attack of pneulllon pneulllonh
h a Jt i is pleasant to take too which whiebmakes whichmakes
makes it the most desirable and one oneof oneof
of the most popular preparations 111 111ust inuse
use for these ailments ts For sale by byAuti byAntiMonopoly
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Wanted WantedHelbble WantedReliable
Reliable man for manager of branch branchoffice
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office we wish to open in this vicinity vicinityIf
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opportunity Kindly give good reer reerence rer rerence
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Phosphate Notes NotesIi
Ii is i stated that the Louisville Louisvillehvil1e
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Nehvjlle hvil1e Railroad ifi now moving movingWOO
WOO carloads of phosphate f wk < < from fromMt
Mt 1 t Pleasant lenn to Pensacola PensacolarJa
rJa all over 18 own lines direct for forfhipnient or orhipmeDt
hipmeDt to Cuba Cubaa a I II II ITbe I
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The shipments of phosphate rock rockby rockby
by months from Port Tampa for theyear the theyear
year 1900 as reported by the collector collectorof
of customs of that port were as Col Collows follows
lows January 151412 tone Febru February17S56tons I Iary
ary17S56tons ary 17856 tons Beech 17561 tons tonsApril tonsApril
April 16779 tons May Ia 10247 tons tonsJune30734 tonsJune
June30734 June 30734 tons Jul July 259 2592ton 2592tonr tn tnAUlust
AUlust r 2131825 n 9S25 tons September 10 10O
O 670 O tons October 9453 ton Novelli NovellilIer November
lIer 2392 tons December 27136 27136tol 7136tois
tol 1 or I a total of 24 241990 9DO tiltlHI ugai agajnst ust
200003 tons for IS 1593 Among lOng the thetlmrnllies theet
et tlmrnllies r Ilrttlits shipping n rN1n Port Tarn po podur paiuritrg
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dur iuritrg 1lg 1000 the Palmelil Piwphac PiwphacCo Pho p bate t lt
Co o I l eared 113705 tons Lund p hhl hhlPhosphute hhlPhosphate +
Phosphate Co 34961 ton J Batt Battenbaeh IU IUgt
gt nbHh > 32884 tors tors Florida PIl18 PicrsIrhatt i ilhlt
lhlt Co 43 tOIl GrefonhlJd Phos Phostphate 1 1phMe
phMe Co 12172 ton Florida Engi EngiIJlfIiu Engiueeriug
IJlfIiu ueeriug Co 11717 tour Joseph Hull
10310 tons and other smaller smallerltnaouttts r rUc
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The orange orang crop of f Florida for the theP
lll P t season probably reached one mil million ruillion
II lion and a half crates The past win winfer winter
fer wa so open und delhbtful that IbatIi
I ru II 11llInge r auge area will he largely ex exieutit
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1 r wi rp regain ain all it lost by the rreez and andlice I Ilor
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