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NATowe are very maah like big exc
bullies, and they are relying a great not
deal on bullying t., c srr at their in- and
tenti.'ns. Large n yiei ajr mainttined for
to bully aud ovetret. It is reported *
from Washingtoa th t, the German Oc:
ambassa'dor bal ac . erence wit' Act- sata
ing Secretary Hill i i which tie lstter the
was informed thva a demonstration libe
would be made i.t China y Rassia, and or 1
the na.vy department vill end dh- Ore- she
gon, B iltimore, tha Io .va, the Paladel- thil
phia, -Marblehead, and the Mot.tgomery the
to Cnina to show Rssia that we can al
bully too. And it ii presumed that an<
Gerjuany will do a little bullying too, yoi
or a it is cilled officially mike a i00
KRUGER is certainly no fool. He the
made a remarkably shrewd diplomatic MO
move when be obtaine i from the Eng- cle
li-h lremiera tangible ststement show- eu
ing I at Engaud's real inte:ntion is to pec
annil;ilate the independence of the wI
South African Republics. The Boers "
are I. .und to fight now, and the nm- Wk
etr (: their sympatbiz-rs will increase tht
MR. JOHN L. HARLEY DENOUNCES
He they Believe Many Ab
ard andCriml==1 ThIngs.-Their Belef
as to Ood, the Shedding of BRiaod
News and Courier ar
I sea in your psper f the 13I-h i
Iptant an article which claims to state oh
fully ite faith of the so- :.led Mormon t
Chui ch, and as no one has explaaed thi
these statements or denied their truth- *.
falneis, they are passing current as g
the tnc doctriae of this sect. I wish Br
to *a. that in these articles of faith, 0f
given to the publicthrough v onr paper r
as the doctrines of the Mormons, there a
is a great deal of trauh. These doc- t
trines are held in part by all evaugeli" -
cal churches, more or less, and are in$
preached in part by all evanselical
ministera. For this very reason yon
can hear good and intelligent people
saying "the Mormon taith seems to, be
all rigezt and is not so bsd after all."
In fact, it reminds me very much of a
woulet-be murderer trying to coax hi a
victim to take r. glass of water by
- - speaking of its freakneA aud purity,81
- while be, at the same time. knows it
.contain's arsenic I is wisdom to keep th.
tha. :4ct concealed if he expects ta l
A This is exgspartiha drjame fe
these aposti f Joseph Smnith ant hI'is
ar are playing~ in the ease
ar*ten to-day. It is a tfatles
that 'he lite Ngives to your...r- atch'
-pdrter and published in the News and mtrs
- Vourier isa cas in hand. Niw for to
the information of those who are reasi- E~vel
fag thie stuf let us examine Eome of cent
these articles of faith: giats
(1) "We believe in Gid, the Eter
nal Father, and in His Son, Jesus
Christ, and in the Holy Ghost." -
Thi. is exactly the faith of everyfo:
evangelical church, but it depends Stat
* upon who and what we believe God ask
to be, as to whether it is heresy or not, the
To the casual reader this part of the Stat
faith of1 tae Mormons seems to be in
accordance with the teachings of MC
'God's wrord, especiary when so much
- - scripture is qnoted to prove it. The
devil i- treat at qa->ting scriptn-e- Ft
* Nota if these elect s u1:a (?) would peut
come e- i plainly in their milesding jyt
lterat..re and say: "We be'ieve that. hea.'
G~d wi-.sonce a nsa, wh> b a soad- yt
ane.ninitelligenct. t*d powar that hear
- He is :- re ininite; if toei ei.l x-s F
out an sexpose the toolish-tess of their liset
faith i;. a Trinity by sat ing what they L
risally i'ch--that Adam i- the God of or.
* Jesus 'enriat, Jesus Chri-,t 'he G~od nd
Josepi, Smith, t'd tha. Jatser-h Seth pare
is now he God ot thit geoera:ioa-- :-o
then w. would not !ear people sar-ing to
that th M.>rmons are auL r~tet in~ faith thze
in rega -1 to the TrInity.$10
Anot r a--icle paaF-il: t his: Pr
"We berisve the Bible so to~ L.e 94
Word s God, as far- a it is trca-:~ted
correct;:; we also baee c'us B .ok of
Mormoi :o b3 the Wot-i of G3d "p
A pc of the anovA a!. Christians
believe But when mnet 'ay th' see
nothin; in tne Mior'nson tai-. to c:raztra
dict, Ib them remembsier tua': wten
they ac .ot the B.,ok .ii Mi: oui~ ta
must b iieve that Jnv'ph S.nit . Va'
really vi-itad toy an a"nel whil- alonear
in. the woode; that he wvas directed :0to e
a spotiH the angel, wvhe-e ne i:'nnd idly.
the go:den plates from which said
- book w,. afterward translate'i Yon
must b~ieve thit Joseph, Smith wa -~~l
visited :;y John the RB.ltt, M-. 15,
1829, a::d commissis,.-,tl by J-;ht n toj
baptize .to Oliver Cow-ir-. aad ordain ee
- him to the Aaronic priesethood. It
*must be remembered that Smith car- a
ried on. this commandl of John. and
then Cowdry baptis--d and ordaiaed
Smith to the same offici.. Now if the
Mormoni faith is true and Joseph Smaith is th
is the God of this generation, then the for I
Almighty bas acted very btrangelyg ina V"
not sen-ting us onr Goud sooner, or, mats
*rather, ia not coming eoouner.
We are called upon to believe far. Sale
ther that Peter, James and Jobu were
-afterward sent to ordrin this same
Joseph Smik a high priest, after tin- or- Ui
der of Neichizadek; thes toe A imig tv Siore
Hime came to smith, July 12, 1843. and
and inf rmed him th.: polygamy '.B' aulan
in ~accordance with the Divine will pare
You mit believe further that those Ga.
who die without hearinar the Gospel__
may ye? be saved if somne friend on
earth w 'I be baptized for 'hem for the
remissili of sins.
They- teach' also a doctrini. known fj
-among 'hem as "Blsod- Atonement,"
i.e., thdt in some cases it is necessary
to kill a man to save him..
Brigham Young, successor to Joseph Seh<i
sapith, said in a sermon February 8.
*$2: "I have known a great many 9
who hi ye left this church for whon ~
tiiere is sio chance for exaltation, but I14
If their lood had been spilt it would by V
-have bee.i'better for them. Ti:e wiek- nave
d this principle being in fall
. This is loving oar neighbor %s
ilves; if be needs help, help him;
if he wants salvation and it is
isary to spill his blood to save
iother deliverance from J. M.
it is sufficient and is as follows:
say there are men and women
that I would advise to go to the
ittent (Mormon) immediately and
him to appoint a committee to
id to their case, and then let a
m be selected and let that commit
had their blood."
is no wonder that elders court
ecution when they believe such
want Brigham Young to say a
d just here on the subjict of
,gamy. Hear him:
wen will say, 'my wife, though an
illent woman, has not seen a happy
since I took my sec.nd wife.' 'No.
a happy day for a year,' says one;
another has not seen a happy day
five years. * * * I am going
ive you from this time to the 6th of
ober next for reflection, that yoa
r determine whether you wish to
F with your hnsbands or not, and
i I am going to oet every woman at
rty and say to them, now go your
r, and my wives have got to do one
wo things: Either round up tbei
alde' s to endare the affictionu of
world and live their religion, or
y may leave, for I will not have
m about me. I will go into Beaven
e rather than have scratching and
I fighting around me. Prepare
Lrelves for two weeks from to
rrow, and I will tell you ,ow that
rou tarry with your husbands after
have set you free you must bow
wa to it and submit yourzelves to
celestial law. I will not have any
re of this whining."
We have not shown up all the falla
i of this so called Church, but
>gh has been said that thoughtful
>ple way see that s plurality of
ves is not all of Mormionism. Evi
ice is at hand to prove that the
ole thing is false from beginning to
L, That Joseph Smith never wrote
Bnok of Mormon, but that it is
aply a reproduction of an old nov-.
t unpublished aud written by -oLo
mn Spalding. Evidence is at hand
-hw t'.at Utab, and especially Salt
k: t ity, is a veritable dodon Gn
-;.. b'caue of thie practice of
lygamy by the Mormon Church
'iderice is at hand to show that they
loval to the Government of ihe
ited S;ates only so far as they are
liged to be.
f cuurse, many of thes statements
!v would deny, and pesibly wili.
ihc ground that they bave imprwed
ce the days of Young and Smith.
t the foundation is there, the Book
Moimon, the revelations, the pit
ity of wives, etc. And if the f..un
ion is rotten, so must be the super
acture. Let those who are taking
ek in the gentlemen (?) now wor-k
in our city remember these facts.
Johli L. Harley,
Rampstead Square, Charlesson, S.C.
story of a Slave.
'o bebauud band and foot for years
the chains of disease is tha worst
mn of slavery. George D. Williams ,
Mancester, Mich., tells how such a
ve wae made free. Hlesays: "Myr
fe hs been so helpless for five years
it she could not turn over in bedI
ine Af ter using two bottles of Efec
* itrs, she is wonderfully in.
ed u ~ble to do her own work."
Eupreo5.medy for female dis.
quickliere nes le
te'ss, melalcholy, headache,
, fainting and dizzy spells. This
cle working medicine is a godsd
veak, saickly, rundowr. people.
y ottle guaranteed. Only 50
3. bold by McMaster Co., drug
tcurrin~g to the theory that the
ner pays the tax, the Evening
dard, of New Bedford, Mass.,
:"Which is the foreigner when
question is between the United
ss andt Porto Rico?'
ZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pleasat Lemaon Tonle
r biliss~ess, constipa~tion and ap
r indigestion, sick and nervous
r sleplestnesa', nervousness and
r fever, chills, debility and kidney
us. iske Lermon Elixir.
dis, for natural and thorough
nic regulation, take Lemon Elixir
.Mozeley's Lemon E:ixir is pre
i rom the fresh juice of Lemons,
ined with other vegetable liver
a. and ,vill not fail you in any or
abov.e named diseases. i0c and
ottes at all druggists.
spared by Dr. H. Mosley, Atlanta,
At she CapiteL
:m n uiv seventy-third year, and
fifty vaars I bsve been a grea
te froma indigestion, constipationi
uiususs. I .have tried all toe
':lie- advertised for these diiease~s,
mget no pe mnaoent relief. Abeu
year ago, the di'ease asiAflmier
evere and dungerous form. I
ie very wea.k, and lo-t flesh rap
I coamutenced using D-. Mozle -';
r,.2 Esixir I gaineti twelve pounds
iree~ months. My strength ano
perfectly restored, and no~w i
u *9nnet and as vigorous as i
did in myv life. L~. J. ALLDEED.
:keepor Ga. State Senate,
SCapitol. Atlanta, Ga.
Mosley's Lemnon Elixir
a ver.e best medicine I ever used
be disseu you recommend it for,
[ have naed many kinds for wo
Mns. 8. A. GEnswAM,
tea all Coughs, Colds, Hoarseneas,
Throt, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage,
al throat and lung diseases. Ele
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only by Dr. H. Moz'ey, Atlanta,
ESTON RION, Ag ent
CFIC FIIE INSUANCE 8IUAIY
ar NEW Yull
its a .ssare of the public p.dtron
6-1 c C
hi on ha-,a cored in 30 minutes<
oolford's Sanitary L"otion. This
r fails. Sold by WV. E. Aiken,
The Kind You Have Always B
in use for over 30 years, hi
We sonal si
All Counterfeits, Imitations a
periments that trifle with a
Infants and Children-Exper
What is C
Castoria is a substitute for C
and Soothing Syrups. It is ]
contains neither Opium, Mo
substance. Its age Is its gut
and allays Feverishness. It
Colic. It relieves Teething '.
and Flatulency. It assimilai
Stomach and Bowels, giving
The Children's Panacea-Th<
Bears the :
The Kir l
14E AyJa eO[PAWY. T7 MU
FO R e i EIE
I her. by an g.ou-a. i: t ' candi
date for the office (.f Sat riff for Fair
Cird Counv, and will abid, by the
c:iou of the Demwcratic primsries.
JAS. W BOLI K.
I bereby announce myself as a candi
ate for Cierk of. Court, subject t, the
ection of the Democrat prilmarles.
JNO. R~. CRAIG.
I h,.reby a-uource myself a candidate
for the o'fice of Clerk of Court for Fair
field County, subject to the action of the
Democratic pr manes. R. V. BR&Y.
ki'ky I-air without injuary
to ihe scalp or hair.
Price 50 Centsiper.Box.
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Eadorsed by the United States Health~
oxl512t12 5, 7. 9 and 11 Broad way.
eed Stationery of any kind?
e have what you
fine Stationery of all grades,
d when you start out
stienery of any kind come
d see ours before buying.
Ad when you start to -write
distant friends or relatives
ecan show something that
u need in Pens, Ink, Pen
Don't forget us when you
e in need
. H. McMaster
OF THE LADIES
IS CALLED 'I)
A LINE OF
I HAVE JUST
Dish Pans, Ketchin Fans, D::ry
ans, Puddiog Pan., Jelly Pans,
ash Pans, Columbi*, Scollo,sed
and Plain Pie Plate., Tea, Bowl
and Gravy 5trainers, Grateri, Po
tab Ma~hers, Curd Moulds, Egg
Whips, Toasters, Stove Kettles,
Dish Kettle;, Tea, T[able and Bast
ng Spoove, Colanders, C o it
Stands, Biscuit Cutters, k'c .,.
. W, SEIGLER
ho are interested in high pne' fo
toten next, fall can hear of sometnurg
.their advantage by sending a ota
lad at once to
~E ADA MS COTTrON COM A NY:
Charleston, 8 C. I
ought, and whici: Ins been fo
as borne the signatur Of F4
been made under his per
pervision sincei ts 4if .cy. m
o one to deceive you i :s, tb
nd Substitutes are but Ex
nd eiidanger thc health of t
tenco against Experiment. I c
ASTOR IA al
stor Oil, Paregoric, Drops
[armiess and Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotic
rantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
roubles, cures Constipation p
es the Food, regulates the a
healthy and natural sleeP. a
5 Mother's Friend. C
e walJ8 Bought
er 30 Years.
MRAV STRMee. NEW YORK CIY.
Ask your physician this ques
tion, "What is the one great
remedy for consumption?
lie will answer, "CA-liver
oil." Nine out of ten will
.answer the same way. |
Yet when persons have S
consumption they loathe alli
fatty foods, yet fat is neces
S or their recovery an
Sthey cannot take plain cod
i iver oil. The plain oil dis- a
Starbs the stomach and takes [
*away the appetite. The dis
Iagreeable~ fishy *odor and!
itaste iade it alinost unen
Tis 'estion w~s ans I
v.'redwT en we first made *
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hlypo- I
phshtes. Although that
ago, yet it stands alone to
~day thie one great remedy i
for t: .2odions of the throatI
- Thehad tasteand odor have beenl
taken away, the oi! itself has been -
partly digested, and the most sen
sitve stoma~ch objects to it rarely.
Not onei hten can take and digest
the plain oil. Nine out of ten crn
tae SCOTT'S EMULSION and di-I
gest it. That's why it cures so a
many cases of early consumptie.
Even'in advanced cases it brings
comfort and4 greatly proiongs Iifc
. sCOT&or WNEChms, s~v York.
wo confinemenst.:: lat im h ad
tres. Sdvr litl."' Teraso
Oisbcuse t is ans asnmet
ave apped, uothe outide, were
twchof ha confneens. I hlas e-a
twn, and woms intoadrec onat with
ted. sabsorbd bey litl"e prsond
whyiii sikesi ucl-aihd
Mothen e rd adFredin i
: perncd eetnt durs saor itself
oodisecaenit ishr and etralostimethout
muho h tain.Rovy cms. qit help bue. es
ause thers fthsnriedi abeftsor th
tand it oms imuchdireth exptat t
nd, isabsrd bye the arts noled. li
orisngcnes uicky anaished, .
--gt sen othr' d rend ford isi ote.
eeencd, evr duringoo ao itsubelf.
Coem iushotrdaot hou
pain neci isqkan.od sure. Bs
motier, a when th litl on e om sei
wlie strngsy. adhaty
'ist lM ie' redfr$ ote
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
C'UNTY OF FAIRFIELD.
COUuir COMMON PLEAS.
ie L. Williams vs. Elias L. Freshley.
T pursuance of an order of the Court of
Common Pleas, made in the above
ted case, I will offer for sale, before the
urt House dcor in Winnsboro, S. C., on 0
FIRS r MONDAY IN APRIL
xt, within the legal hours of sale, at
blic outcry. to the highest bidder, the
lowing described property, to wit:
Ull that plantation or parcel of land in E
irfield County, containing
ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
yre orless, know, as the Home place
is being the portion ,f said Elias L.
,eshley of the real estate of J. C. Fresh- A
y, deceased; bounded as fellows: On i
e north by the public road leadingr froml
lumbia to Monticello; on the east b3
nds of E. L. Freshley; on the south by
nds of Mrs. A. M. Kestler, an.1 o!,
est by lands of Mrs. A. M. Kt er, *
ed on waters of Brond River, in Town
ip 11, and being the same promises l
yed to said Elias L. Freshley, N. E. F 1i
er and A. M. Kestler by deed dated Feb
taiy 15, 1895, and recorded in Book A. P.
ige 319, in Clerk's office, Fairfield ru.unty,
TERMS OF SAL".
One-half of the purchase money to be
kid in cash on the day of sale. the ba2
ace in twelve m 'nths thereafter, to be
cured by the bond of the purcha cer and
mortgage of the premises. The pur
aaser to pay for all necessary papers and
)r reeording the same, and for all neces
try revenue stamps. H. JENN1NGS.
Clerk's Office, C. C. C. P. F. C,
Vinusboro, S. C., March 10th, 1900.
-* Attention !
NOW,I3 THE TIME TO BUY
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GRO
:iries is now complete.
We cater specially for tbe farmers'
trade. We know what they need, and
re prepared to set ve them and a. bot
We also carry a nice line of shelf
and eve:ytbing usually found in a
IWGoods delivered to our city trade.
Come and Eee us.
W. R. RABB & Co
"Sing their own praise."
[f ya reckon the endless joy and
anent nte -y '1 neo
ose celebrated STIEFF PIAN 3
hey are made with all t hat skill which -:
nly 3 ears of constantr and careta! at
~ntioun to every~ detail of their con
lraction can; comma-.d -
Terefore we won't burden :on
1th an unnecessatih- BIG PRICE.
envenient terms. FINE TUNING
Chas. MV. Stieff,
'actory Branch Ware-Room, No. 213
Forth Tryon St., Charlotte. N. C.
C. H. WILMOTHi, Manager.
SNICE LOT OF HORSES AND
MULES, a few good Maree, a fine
Comti:'ation He~rre and afew
Plug Horses. M,~ mulee
are finer thant~ I have
I will sell t'ie above stock cheap for
rsh, or on trne for good bankable
will pay tbe highest cash price f.>r a'l
classes of cattle, fat or potr
have a few nice BUGGIE-i that 1
wis seel cheap for cash.
I hqve emnplo~ed Mr. A rthnr Owern
r the present iear. He wi be glad
>have h a friends e-ni on him and do
tie bu iness.
md we willee*
L W. DOTY & CO.1
5ntral Time at Jacksonville and Sav h.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Effect February.2th. 1900
ix Io.34 No.806
NORTHBOUND. Daily Daily 01
V. Jacksonvile (P. s .....80a 7 P45
Savannah(So. By. ..... 12 12
Barnwell .........4 4Of7 U1P
flack vlfe..... ...:.4 1 -415a 810
Springfield........... 4 4-- Ma.
S ally.............. .... 4 44-a
Pr. . mei .... - .600a 9
vCharleston,(So. Ey .... 7OO a~
Summerville....... ..... 7 41 t 5 53 f
Branchville ........ ...... 8 5 5a 7
Orangeburg........ .. ... 9 23a 7
r. Coln bia ...... .........i .
v. Augusta,(8o. Ey.) *2B,0a - -
Graniteville ....... 2 45a 3 --
Aiken........ ...... 3 ........
Trenton............ 500a 40 1 .
' JohnstOh........... 5 20a 4 -- ----.
r. Coltmbia,(U. D.)......... 5 210a ......
V. Columbia,(Bldg St 930a 61 6 15a 9 40p
Winnsboro........... 7 :7OMa .1080P
Chester .......... ... -. 7I810a12
' Rock Hi ............ 82P 8 47&1188P
L. Charlotte ........... .... 9 40 22
o a ville....... . - -_ ...... - -... -
L.Bichmond........... - 6a 626p
-r.Washilngton.........::::1 . ~5P'1~
6Bamore (Pa.R) 1 2pi i25%
::Philadelphia . ..... l i M M
Nw York ...........2 4
v. Columbia ...... .......11 40a 7554.
kr. Sprtanburg 3 11250..
Asheville .. . 7 --- -
;.r. Knoxville........ ..;. 4 7
.r. Cincinnati. .... .. . . .
tr. Louisville .......... -.... - 17 .
* No.4BI ~ o3J
SOUTHBO:ND. Misd No.. ex u
av. Louisville.... . .... .- 7
Liv. Cincinnati ......... ...... 8 Sea
W. Knoxville ........ 8....rr
-1 Ashevil e. ....... 05at 8 - rI
S1rY (~P.EE) ...... U45A
[*' New York(Pa.RR) ....8 MP ONI
" Philadelphia....... ...... 6
Baltimore.......... ...... 8 6
v. Washi'gt'n(So.y) .:.... 9
Lv. ichmond.......... ... -n
L. Charlotte........... .... 8
" Eock HiN ........... .-.. -
" Chester ............ ...... 9 5a 527a
"4 Winnsboro. ........ .--.--.. 10 6
Lv. Co ( )UD.).. Ra -
Johnston.......... 0p 18 ---
" Trenton............ n 21 I '
Ar. Aiken.........----- - -.... 2 -7 ...
Granieville........ 2 7 -.
Lv. Columbia(sd..Ry). .... 1
SBrachville........ .. 6
" Summerville.........7 552 i
Ar. Charleston........ 8 700 U
Uv. Columbia(So. Ey). i11 25a
Ar. Perry.......... - .- .....
S Springfield ......... ...... 10 5 0.8
Bkvle. .... . 1 op8 832
I,.Barnwell.*.... - 1.27*I p 8 20a 8$49
,Savannah..I..... -- 1039.o
Ar. Jacksonvifle(P.S.) ....
*rais 48 and 44 (mixed -:xpt Sunday)
arive and depart from Hambriig.
Sleeping Car Service.
Excellent ger service between
Florida and ry~orr.
Nos. 1land 32-New York and Florida IJm
ited. Daily excepSunay..9om exu
Siv ~f PullmanZiet Dqwn Sl3ep
tween New York,Oolumbia and St. Au-u tne.
Nos. 33 and 4-Nw York and MbdA Er.
press. Drawing-room sleeping cars bctween
tween Port saepa onack a
Ei mn. inn cats between hr
Nos.325 and 38-U. s. Fast Mail.
twe Jctn eand ew Yor -
man cleigars between
lotte.Dnngcr serve anl m
I have a nice selection just
pened for iiispection from which
o select your Christmas Presents,
'onsisting of .
SLEEVE and COLLAR
and FANCY GOODS.
Also, nice presents in China
nd Rogers & Bros'. Celebrate.d
~lated Wares, as cheap and reliaz~I
le as they can be bought any-I *
Call soon and make your selec
. M. Chandiler.
Digests what you eat.
Fature in. strengthening and recen..
rructing the exhausted digestive car
as. It is the latest disc digest.!
:1 and tonic. No otet pm~
m napproach itin e .v. lK in
Lantly relieves and permanestilyeures
ysppsia, Indigestion, Heartbra,'
latune, Sour Stomach, Naus a
Prepaed byE. C.De Itb&iCo
Winnisboru.-S. C Si
aotice to Voters~
Tnei Bok, of Registration fo~r thej
ox' Mn:iipeI Election, to be b i ton.
p pri 2th~ inet for In~ten 1an' anId four
ardes for the town of Winnsaboro,
C., will be open for the registering
fv- ters at the store ed Joh~n 5M.
iih on Januar y 1, 1900. and closed
pril 1, 1900 All votera i'n this elec
n are required to regi-ter ithira
W. '. CATHCART, O
Supervisor of Reuistration Rort
|-Weekil?,S a Year inA hstee
sekiv, $1L50 a YeadinANAEB
~LET rER NE AD5,
N TE liEA~b,
ad revtbing ai06 lo 1 at 4s
oma t a t
['he most modern Sewing
chine of~the-age, embrac
all the latest improve
ats. Unequaled for Dura
ty, Range of WVork andi
)ealers wanted in unoccu- .
ce solicited1, -Address,
(ONEY TO LOA
Ilaproved Farms eenaied b
gages. Interest. 3 jgr c
tot le-- tihan $600, 3 to
A 6.b&W. n DOWS
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