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Death of Mrs. Mclror.
The following dispatch conveys ?i
tolhgenco of tho death of the wife of
the dis'.inifulshoi head uf our .Supreme
Court. Judge Mclver had no*, been
absent from Iiis seat as a member of tho
court in t*onty-tive years until this
great allliotion in his family :
Cheraw, Jan. 0. ?Mrs. Caroline Har
rington Mclver, wife of Chief Justice
Iluury Molver, died this morning at
ten minutes past 11 o'clock, at her
home here, of heart trouble, after nn
1 llness of some week*, agod 72 years.
'She leaves a daughter, tho wife ol Judgo
It. C. Watt?, and two sons, Thomas P.
Mclver, agent of iho Plant system at
Charleston, and Edwurd Molver, a
prominent lawyer at Cheraw.
(food Things to Eat.
Are made of "Clifton" Hour, a
pure product. If you don't eat broad
mado of "Clifton," you don't eat tho
best bread. Kor sale by M. H. Fowler
and T. N. Barksdale.
W. P. Coker, Chairman of the Coun
ty Pension hoard requests that tho
representatives from each township in
the county who havo not received
Pension Blanks wrlto for 6Uoh as they
aay need for receiving any new ap
m ications for pensions.
In eousequonco of so many useless
applications being mado The Town
ship Representatives will issuo blanks
only to those who in their judgment
aro entitled to draw pensions.
Township representatives will pleaso
turn over to cou Hy Hoard all new ap
Slications on the the third Monday iu
All new applicants must appear bo
fore the County Board in person.
The new Pension law will bo strictly
(Jet it Pure and Uood.
If you buy Hour as food, see to it that
you get Hour that is puro and good.
?'Clifton" answers overy requirement.
For sale by M. H. Fowlor and T. N.
Itev. J. B. I'arrott on last Sunday
tendered Iiis resignation as pastor of
the Baptist church of Clinton, to take
effect April 1st.?Clinton Gazette.
The Advertiser would regret to see
Mr. Parrott leavo tho count}', und we
hope our friends at Clinton may bo
ablo to keep him at their fair town.
NEW CENTURY COMFORT.
Millions are daily finding a world of
comfort in liucklon's Arnica Salvo. It
kills pain from Burn--, Seibis, (hits,
Bruisest conquers Ulcers, and Fever
Sorer-; cures Eruptiou, Salt Hhcum,
Rolls and Felons: romoves Corns and
War;s. ?eat Pilo cure on earth. Only
25c at Laurens Drug Storo.
To My Customers and Friends.
I am still soiling Guano and Acid,
and will ill 1 your orders on short notice.
Also havo some second-hand Buggies,
and some ono and two horso wagons
See the mules and horses belonging
to Todd, Simpson & Co ., and to myself
for sale at Todd's Corner.
A. HUFF, Agent
for Virginia Carolina Chom. Co.
Programme of Teachers' Association.
The Teachers' Association of Lau
rens Comity will meet Saturday, Jan,
18th, 1?02, at 11 o'clock A. M., at the
Graded School Building, with the fol
1. (a) How can our County Schools
best be graded?
(b) The advantagf h and diHiculties of
grading?By Mr. A. J. Rice and Miss
Emma L. Humbert.
2. Relations of toacher and pupils in
school and out?By Mr. B. Y. Culbert
Bon and Mrs. Mamie Simms.
W. P. Ct LUERTSON,
W. O. Irby,
Biscuit and Rolls.
Tho whitest, lightest, H?klest biscuit
and rolls aro mado of "Clifton" Hour,
and they are pure and wholesome, too.
Buy It and try it. For salo by M. H.
Fowler and T. N. Barksdale.
gfM J O. C. Fleming & Co. nro pay
ing the cash for old school books that
are in condition. They can't pay much
for them but it beats throwing them in
Some special bargains in Iron Beds
to olfer. Come in and see for yourself.
S. M. <fc E. II. Wilkes.
Imposing an Annual Tax on all Tax
able Property in the City of l-au
reus to Raise Supplies for said
City, for f iscal Year, Com
mencing January 1st.,
Section I. BE IT ORDAINED by
the City Council of Laurons, of the
City of Laurens, that a tax of Fifty
Cents op every One Hundred Dollars
worth of the assessed valuo of all
property, Real or Personal, uot exempt
by law from taxation, situated with the
limits of tho City of Laurens, be, and
the same is hereby levied, for corpo
rate purpose, to defray the current ex
penses ot said City, for the Fiscal Year
commencing January 1st, lOOtf, and to
moot such other indebtedness, as has
been contracted by said City for corpo
rate purposes. That an additional tax
of Thirty Cents on ovory Ono Hundred
Dollars worth of tho asses-od value of
&]) property, real or personal, not ex
ompt by* law from taxation, situated
within tho Hull's of tho City of Lau
rens, be, and tho same Is hereby leviod,
to meet tho interest to becomo due
upon the Thirty Thousand Dollars
Bonds, Issued April 1st , 1897, for the
purpose ol meeting tho cost of build
ing and equipping toe Water Works
and Electric Light Plants for said Oil/.
and to pay at least One-fortieth part
of the ontire bonded debt into a sink
ing fund, to be used in aid of tho re
tirement and payment of said bonds.
Sec. Hi That the Clerk of the 6ald
City, shall enter said lovies and assess
ments upon the books of said City and
receive said taxes. That the said taxes
lier?in levied shall bo paid to the said
Clerk in lawful money of the United
States, on or before tho let day of
March, 1002, and any person failing to
pay said taxeB, shall be Uablo to the
penalty now provided by law for the
failure to pay the general State tax.
Done and ratified by the City Coun
cil of Laurene, of the City of Laurens,
at the City of Laurens, and the Corpo
rate (L.S.) seal of said City affixed, this
the 1st day of January, in tho year of
our Lord One Thousand and Nine Hun
dred and Two, and In tho One Huu
dred and Twenty-six yoar of the sov
ereignty and Independence of tho
United States of Amorioo.
C. R. GRAY",
L- G. Bai.i.k, Clerk of Council.
Notice of Final Settlement
Take notice that on the RHh day of
February, 1002,1 will render a Anal ac
count of my aots and doings as Execu
tor of the estate of Bethany C. Hoi
combe, deo'd, in the offloe of Judge of
Probate for Laurons county, 11 o'olock,
a- m?fc?gd on the same date will apply
for a final discharge from my trust as
All persons having demands against
Bald estato will pleaso pre cnt them on
or beforo that day, piy>von and authen
ticated, or be forover barred.
^ j. j. holoombk,
Jan. 15, 1902.?4t
I The great tale at Davis, Roper A Co.
! is rHH going on. Beautiful underwear,
I shoes, embroideries, noar silk skirt*,
calicoes, kid cambrics and a thousand
other thing* nro tolling at tho lowost
prices conceivable. Go lo the sale uud
you will savo money.
On the evening of the Kith of Janu
ary Mr O. M. Halley, of Clinton, is to
be married to Miss Lucy Floiso Daven
port, of Nor'o k, Va. Mr. Uailcy Is a
ton of Mr. M. S. Ualley, and Is a very
prominent young business man, anil
very popular In this city, whero he is
Tho Daughters of tho Confederacy
will meet with Mrs. J. It. Nolan on the
afternoon of Monday tho 20th to ob
serve tho birth-days of Lee and Jack
son. An interesting meeting Is prom
ised and ail members aro urged to at
tend. Monday afternoon at four
o'clock. Remembor the hour.
February 5th will bo ''Farmer's Day "
at tho Exposition and tho Spring meet
log of the State Agricultural Society
will occur on that day at tho Audito
rium. It will be a delightful time for
farmers to attend. A good roads con
vention also occurs on the 3rd preced
Hearsay is not Iho best evidence.
Hut the best evidence is personal ex
perience. Our big household has made
fair trial of the "Clifton" Flour and
pronounce it all that Is claimed for It.
.M. II. Fowler and T. N. Uarksdale, re
liable geutlemcn, sell tho splendid
Misses Josephine Fuller, Mrs. W.
II. Andorson, Miss Alma Shell, and
others, aro clerking at Davis and Ko
p r's during the groat rush. Davis'
Mill End Sale has boen and still is a
groat sensation and goods aro going at
tli : most pi mom nally low pricos.
The storo has been thronged with peo
Mr. E. H. Wilkos. President of tbo
Furniture Factory, is at Grand Rapids,
Michigan, att mdlng a groat furniture
exposition. Mr. Wilkos is in charge
of a handsome exhibit from his own
factory. The Laurens Furniture Fac
tory has proved so successful that it
tdioiild encourage our young business
men to inaugurate othor Tndustrios
At a meeting of tho stock-holders of
tho National Hank on yosterday tho
following Directors were elected for
15)02: Dr. J. A. Uarksdale, C. D. Barks
dale, J. W. Ferguson, Hobt. O. Davis,
Dr. B. F. Fofoy, Dr. A. U. Fuller, C.
U. Hobo, J. S. Oratg.
A meeting of the Directors followed
at which the old officers were re-elected
as follows: Dr. J. A. Uarksdale, Pres
ident: Jno. Aug. Dark-dale. Cashier;
II >bert W. Davis, Assistant Cashier.
'Iho bank is paying a good dividend
and makes a tino showing. It Is ono of
tho best conducted linaucial Institu
tions In tho city.
The t Ulcers for 1902 of Laurens
L.dgo No. -13 Knights of Pythias were
publicly installed on Monday evening
In the presence of about two hundred
people, members of the order and their
friends, many of them ladies. Mr. J.
A. Somerset, of Columbia, ofllciated
noting as Deputy Grand Chancollor.
The installation rites wero most inter
ing and were followed by an address
by Rev. W. S. Holmes. A delightful
soci.il hour followed, a splendcd sup
per, all the good things of tho season
on tho menu, was sewed and clever
responses to toasts were made by Mr.
W. L. Gray, Mr. Edgar Uabb, Mr.
Frauk Parrott, Mr. C. C. Little, of
Clinton, Mr. S. G. McDanlol and
Col lego Honors.
J. A. Stoddard of Laurens has been
elected President, and J. H. Machen,
Treasurer of tho Clarlosophic Society
at the South Carollnn College. We
note with pride that the Laurens boys
have a foil .-hare of the CollegO
Texas Wild West Show.
Thl? is one of the wonders and
splendid exhibits at tho Exposition.
Col. J. P. Gray, in charge of it, is an
old Laurens b?y, ono of us, and when
you go to the Exposition be sure and
keep it woll in mind and don't forget
A Few Exhibits Still Needed.
Tho committee in charge of the Wo
man's Exhibit from this county at the
Exposition glvo a mo3t favorable ac
count of our exhibit, and .-ay that it is
greatly admired. Thoy also asked us
to state, howover, that a few things
are 9tlll neoded for the household de
partment and a few more pictures.
This addition will enable Laurons to
compete for tbe loving cup offered for
tho best county exhibit.
Should you wish a Sideboard we can
ploase you at pricos that suits your
S. M. & E. H. Wilkos.
Tho Now Story in McClurc's Magazine.
Tho new story by Mr. Tarkington is
a beautiful and Romantic Lovo Story
dealing with life in Indiana nt the
time of the Mexican War. It jyas a
tlmo of simple culture and much joy of
lifo, when trie rigors of tho ruder pi
oneer life had passed away and the
people wero still untouched by tho pro
gressive commpj'cial spirit that came
withthe railroads. In tho hustle of
ptoplo and events constantly appoar
the herd and heroine, whoso lovo is the
main theme of the story?an ideal lovo
which might have existed anywhero
and al an-Y k'moi but which is the more
interesting because it comos out at a
characteristic Amor lean period and in
a time that, though recent, has passed
away and has nevor boforo boen so
If you Know!
If you knew what the miller knows,
and what your physician knows about
adulterated Hour, you, too, would in
t-ist on your grocer sending you
"Clifton." Try it. It is tho beRt and
purest. For sale by M. H. Fowler and
% N. Barksdalo.
A few 8olofit Msnjicls to offer at
prices nevor boforo heard of.
S. M. & K. H. Wilkes.
The World?? Greatest Fever Medicine
Johnson's Tonic does In a day what
slow Quinine oannpt do In ten days.
Its splendid cures are in striking con
trast with the feeble cures made by
If'you aro utterly wretched, take a
thorough course of Johnson's Tonfe
and drlvo out every trace of Malurlal
poisoning. Tho wise Insure their lives
and tbo wisor Insure thoir health by
using Johnson's Chill and Fevor Tonic.
It coats 50 cents if it euros; not ono
cent if it doos not.
Grato Fenders at 08 cents. Fire placo
Fenders at 05 cents, $1.00 and % 1.10 at
S. M. & B. H. Wilkes.
g?f~ All persons holding cash cou
pons of Palmetto Drug Co. free trip to
Charleston, will plcaso bear in mind
that all tickets must bo presented or
mailed before 3 p. m. January 15th,
Palmotto Drug Co.
All persons are hereby notified that
Herbert Martin, colored, and a minor,
Is under contract for the year to me as
an agricultural laborer, and aro forbid
den to hire or harbor Mm.
A. U. FUMjEK.
Albert C, Todd,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
tiT Everj case a Spcolalty. Ofllco
in Law Range, South Harper Street.
AND Hit IMF NOTES OF BECENT
Be sure to hear Wendling.
Got your tickets for the Wendling
lecture at the Palmetto Drug Co.
Miss Iua Vance, of Clinton, spent
Saturday in tho olty.
Mr. T. J. Weathers, a leading far
mer, was in the city yesterday.
Uso Bronsford's Hour. Numhoi*3 of
Laurens peoplo aro using it.
Mrs. H. K. Alkou and Master Hugh
are visiting in Charleston.
Mr. Lcland Kennedy was in the city
Professor Aycoek, of Clinton, was in
tho city Saturday.
Miss Carrie Hay. of Huntington, is
tho guost of Miss lreno Bay.
Mr. David Wells, a woll known trav
elling man, was in the city last week.
Last week was observed as a week of
prayer at the Baptist church.
Itev. W. S. Holmes has . returned
from Raleigh, N. C,
Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Davenport, of
Cross Hill, were in tho city Thursday.
Tho old vets should hoar the Stone
wall Jackson lecture.
Miss Nellie Cavis, of Spartauburg,
visited friends in the city last week.
Mrs. J. 1). M. Shaw was on a visit to
the city Thursday.
Mr. It. V. Holder, of Eden, was in
the city Thursday.
Mr. Willis Yeargln, a prominent far
mer, was in the city Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernst NofTz, of Cross
Hill, spent last Thursday in tho city.
Itt'v. Con way Anderson left Friday
Mr. W. It. Iviehey mado u business
trip to Charleston this week.
Veteran Thos. Y. Henderson was in
tho city on Saturday.
Mrs J. J. Plll89 returned on Friday
ftoin tho Exposition.
Dr. S. C. Fuller and Mr. Olenn Ful
ler, of Habun. were in (ho city Satur
day. t .
Trustees and Exocutors note Judgo
Thompson's card and muko your an
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Wollt, of Alma,
vis!tcd relatives In tho olty Thursday
Dt*. Thomas Earle, of (ireenville,
was in tho city professionally last
Miss Laura Wright, of Lisbon, and
Mrs. W. S. Wright, of Pol/.er, were in
the city shopping on Saturday.
Address Hon. Joseph T. .lohnson,
EIouso of Representatives, Washing
ton, 1). O.
Miss Claire Vance, of New Orleans,
will arrive in the city very soon to vis
it Miss Claudia Irby.
Mr. William Darlington, of Allen
dale, was tho guost of his brother, Mr.
T. D. Darlington last week.
Dr. J. H. Miller, a prominent physi
cian and citizen of Cross Hill, was in
the city Saturday.
Crowtls of people were here from
out of town Saturday for the saie at
Davis, Roper & Co.
Mrs. Harris, of Norwood, N. C, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.
Read local advertisemonts of Brans
ford's Hour this week. Something new
is always being written about this
Hour and it is all true.
English peas, spinach, spring tur
nips and lettuce may now bo sown.
Cabbage and tomato seed should be
sown in boxes.
Mr. Jerry Bell, now of Spartanburg,
a veteran and old Laurens boy, visited
Laurons last weok and looked after a
farming interest in the county.
Messrs Simpson & Cooper, Forguson
& Feathorstone, and Mr. Albert Todd,
arc in their cosy new quarters, South
of the Todd building
H. L. Scalfo, Esq., a leading lawyer
of Union and formerly ono of us, was
in tho city Saturday on business and
welcomed warmly by old frionds.
Representatives Nichols, MoGowan,
Cooper, and Senator Goodwin, wont
down on Monday In ail good time for
tho oponlug of tho House and Senate.
Rov. B. J. Woodword, of this city,
at ? ended a moeting of the State Mis
sion Board of the Raptiat Convention
at Greonvillo during last week.
The Advertiser will present its
roaders a full account of the proceed
ings of tho Legislature, which conven
ed on yesterday, and until tho session
Go to tho Wond?ng lecturo on the
25th. It will be the bost thing of tho
Winter without doubt. Have your
sojtts re8orved at the I'almotto Drug
We. havo an invitation to Augusta's
Good Roads Convention from January
20lh to 2Gth inclusive "Good Roads"
the staggering problom of the tlrao?,
and it is not a very eavory subject to
Mr. Hugh Wallace, of Alma, called
on The Advertiser on Friday. Mr.
Wallace reports farmers in bis section
ready to mako another crop and affairs
not in such bad shapo as they are in
other parts*?! the county.
Mitchell Dial, a son of Mr. N. B- Dial,
was for several days last weok very
dangerously ill, but bo is now much
hotter and on the road to reoovory.
Mitchell la a bright, attraetlve boy
with hosts of friend*, who were much
concerned ovor his illness.
Tho Advertiser has been advertising
Braneford's Hour for a year. For tho
last lew weeks the editor has been
using the Clifton Brand and would
iiko to say that it comes up to all that
isclaimed forit. Try "Clifton." Sev
eral of our besl> grocers handle it.
Young Mr. A. B. Crisp, son of Mr.
M. B. Crisp, of Mountvillo, and a Hno
young citizen, goos to Florida, but
callod" to subscribe for The Advek
Tisrit. Ho had been its representa*
live at Mountvillo. South Carolina
loses, tho land of Flowors gains.
Bargains havo been going all week
at Davis, Roper & Co. Their sale has
beon tho biggest thing of the kind that
ovor took place here. This Arm arc
all for enterprise and straight, fair
dealing and their customers are always
Roy. James F. Smith, of Spartan
burg, a distinguished and venerable
minister of the Methodist Church,
died on tho afternoon of Monday tho
18th. Mr. Smith was a native of tills
county and was the fathor of Mr. A
J. Smith, ono of the most prominent
cltinonsof tnec jinty, Rov. Mr. Smith
had beon a member of conference slnoe
1842, and during his long life was ado
voted servant of his ohurch and the
catifto of Christ.
"It is a cardinal
of our store to supply
your wants exactly.
We believe it
to bo to our
to carry out
your desires to
the letter. You will
agree with our regular
patrons that such services
to a great doal.
Wo supply anything in tho Drug and
Picture Frames made.
Como for Calendars and Almanacs.
The Laurens Drug Co.
103 West Main St.
'Phono 75 Goods delivered.
Co). Williams is still quite sick.
Mr W. M. Miller and family, and
Mrs. Dr. Pinson spent Wednesday in
Miss Lulle Loaman, after a few days
stay with relatives, returned to Green
ville last week.
Miss Eula Hipp, of Clinton, has been
the guost of Miss Sara Austin.
Miss Hess Brown, of Laurens, is vis
iting relatives in the city,
Mr. John L. Miller, one of Whit
mire's most popular merchants, is vis
iting his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Leaman have
moved into their home, only a short
distance from town.
Miss Jennie Lee Martin is visiting at
Miss Mary Nance, after a short stay
with parents, returned to Denmark to
take up her school duties for a new
Mi6s Ada i laser spent Xmas with rel
atives. She left last weok to opon her
school near Donalds.
Messrs John and Lucius McSwaln,
two popular young men, were seen on
our streets last week. John Is a pop
ular young lawyer of Greenville, and
Lucius a book-keeper of Laurens.
Miss Alllo Anderson was tho guert
of Miss Lizzie Carter last week.
Tho Most Popular School Girl and Boy.
Round Trip Tickets to the
The Advertiser has decided to
have anothor voting contest, this time
for tho most popular school girl and
boy in the county. Everybody remem
bors tho contest in tho Spring for the
"most popular young lady", and this
contest will bo conducted in the same
T^e vpTiNO contest:
Frank Dorroh, . 171
Lillian Burns,. 85
Helle. Madden,. 101
Hugh Fuller, ..... 46
Arthur Foucho,. 11
Charlie Kern. 1
Hen Anderson,. 27
Wilma Ramey,. 2
Mario Philpot,. 3
Jockey Murff,. 2
Roth Crisp,.............. 120
Bera Bailey,. 30
Miller Smith,. 32
Bruoe Hollatns. 33
Hammond Adains........ 28
Olle Adams.,,,. 14
Roy Rlmmons. 21
Mary Brown,..' 1
Duncan Sullivan,. 148
Annio Caine Boyd,.. 5
Hannah Tolbert, . 201
Annie It hod oh. 5
Addle Curry ,. 14
Beiie Telephone Company.
T)io State of tho Uth Instant saywL^
Mr. W. T. Gentry, general maOTROT
of the Southern Bell Telephone com
pany with headquarters at Atlanta,
Ga., was iu tho city yesterday looking
over the business of his company ana
shaking hands with his many friends.
Tho visit of Mr. Gentry to any of the
southern cities usually means Improve
ments or extensions of the telephone
system and this visit was no exception.
"In regard to the demand for con
nection with Sumter, Florence, Dar
lington, Nowb'rry, Union, Clinton,
Laurens, Greenwood and other impor
tant towns adjacent to Columbia, I will
say that these towns are all anxious for
telephone oonnection with Columbia,
and the Southern Bell Telephone eom
Kany is disposed to do its part towards
uilding up this part of the country
and will make arrangement to build
tho above lines immediately. These
connections mean much for tho future
growth and protpority of Columbia."
This is tiie first po-ltlvo announce
ment that has been made on the sub
ject, and it will be a pleasant one to
the people of tho towns named by Mr.
Miss Sadie Munro, of Bardsdale, and
Miss siMiiuons. of Laurens county, aro
visiting Miss Zimmerman, Converse
street.?Spartanburg Ilorald, 10th.
Til 10 SEORET OF LONG LIFE,
Consists in keeping all tho main or
gans of the body in a healthy, regular
action, and In quickly destroying
deadly disease germs. Electric Bittors
rogulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys,
purify tho blood, and give a splendid
appetite. They work wonders in cur
ing Kidney Troubles, Female Com
plaints, Nervous Diseases. Constipa
tion, Dyspepsia, and Malaria. Vigor
ous health and strength always follow
their use. Only 60o. guaranteed by
Laurens Drug Co., druggist.
Moving is still going on.
. Turn Hill has just completed his
new dwelling aud is bow occupying
it. We are always glad to welcome
such men into our midst.
Mr. W. P. Turner returned to Au
gusta Medical College last week.
Mr . W. E. Grlfliu and family visited
relatives in Waterloo last week.
Mr. 0. H. Rudd, of Saluda, has been
visiting relatives and friends in this
Mr. W. C. Hill has gone to Alken to
sell some Hue fox dogs.
Miss Ell Burta Turner has just re
turned from a visit to Mrs. E. G. Fuller,
FIND3 WAY TO LIVE LONG.
Tho startling announcemont of a
Discovery that will surely lengthen
life is made by Editor 0. H. Downey,
of Churubusco, Ind., ''I wish to state
ho writes, "that Dr.King's New Discov
ery for Consumption Is the most In
fa'llble remedy that I have over
known for Coughs, Colds and Grip.
It's Invaluable to people with weak
lungs. Having this wonderful medi
cine no ono need dread Pneumonia or
Consumption. Its relief is Instant
and cure certain." Laurens Drug Co.,
guarantee every 50o and $1.00 bottle,
and give trial bottles free.
A NEW LAW FIRM.
Tho undersigned have this day en
tered into a partnership for the practice
of law in tho Courts of this State, under
the name of Simpson & Cooper and will
promptly attend to all business en
trusted to them.
R. A. Cooper.
flsti?tr>a Ctite FfeeT
Asthmalenc Bring3 Instant Relief and PermanentCurein all Case30
Sent Absolutely Free on Receipt of Postal.
There is nothing like Aslhinalono. It bringsg
instant relief, even in the worst cases. It cureen
when all else fails.
The Rov. C. P. Wells, of Villa lthlcre,
FOR TEN -
Wells, of Villa Ridge,
says:(< Your trial bottle of Asthtnulane received^
in good condition. I cannot tell you how thauk-ri
ful I fool for llio good derived from it. I was a$
slave chained, with putrid sore throat and asthmaO
for ton year?. I despaired of over being cured .jg
I saw your advertisement for the cure of thin^i
dreadful and tormenting diseaso, asthma, andJJ
thought you had overspoken yourselves, but re-n
solved to give it atrial. To my astonlshmont, iho^
trial acted likoacbarm. Sendjmeju full size botl?lo."B
Wo want to send to every sufferer a trial treatment of Astbmn-n
lino, similar to the one that cured Mr. Wells. We'll send it byg
jjj mail Postpaid, Absolotcly Free of Ohargrc, to any sufferer whon
g will write for it, even on a postal. Never mind, though you are?
u despairing, however bad your case, tbo moro glad we are to send it.o
H Do not delay, writ? at sneo, addressing DR. TAFT BROS.' MEDJ.-B
;< CINE CO., 79 East 120th St., N. Y. City. Sold by all Druggists.
ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new inveutiou. Only those born deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
F. A. WERNIAN, OF BALTIMORE, 8AYS:
Baltimore, m<i , March 30, 1901.
GentUmtn 5 ? Hein? entirely cured of deafness, thanks to your treatment, 1 will now give you
? full history of tuy case, to be used at your discretion.
About five years ago my light car begau to siug, and tie's kept on getting worse, until I lost
my hearing in this ear entirely.
I underwent a treatment for catarrh, for three months, without any success, consulted a num
ber of physician*, among others, the most eminent car specialist of this city, who told me thai
only an operation could help me, and even that only temporarily, that the head noises would
then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be lost forever.
I then saw your advertisement accidentally in a New Y01k paper, and ordered your ti cat
mint. After I had used it only a few davs according to your directions, the uoises ceased, and
to-day, after five weeks, my hearing in the diseased car bus been entirely restored. I thank you
beat lily and beg to remain Very truly yours,
v. A. WBRMAN, 730 SJ. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.
Our treatment does not interfere with your usual occupation*
??SBBfcr- YOU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME "?ttP*
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE., CHICAGO, ILL.
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These goods are all this seasons
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Tax Time Extended.
BY virtue of authority from the
Comptroller-General, approved by
the Governor, the time for the
payment of State and Oounty
Taxes has been extended, with
I out penalty, to Maroh 1, 1902.
JOHN H. OOPKLAND,
Treasurer I#. C.
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J. P. L. 0.
W. U. KNIOIIT. H. B. BAOBi
KNIGUT & BAU11,
Attorneys at Law.
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