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OT LOOKiN WELL!
NOT FEELING WELL
Thib preparation is a combination
of drugi having alterative, tonic
stimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which the
medical profession rocomuegdfor
skin dise go r affections,
Dys 'Bia, Liver Complaints, Rhou
It is carefully prepared from the
purest drugs and ia sold at 75 cents
a bottle at
Robestson & Gilder's
The Conservative Democratic Club
Will meet at Jalapa, S. C., August
21, 1897, at 5'o'clock p. i.
W. ElUNMST IEICiI ANT,
We buy Wagons in car load lots and
save from live to eight dollars on the
wagon. C. IJ. Purcell &Co. t2t
For Exchange or Sale.
One 15 horse engine will be sold
cheap or exchanged for a 25 horse
engine. Apply at Herald aid Dltws
If o i two horse Wagoii
-M..ylurcell & Co. before buying.
The trustees of Smyrna School will
receive bids for the position of teacher
for same until August 20. References
required. $25 peri month. The patrons
are required to meet at the school
house at 4 o'clock Aug. 20. Addr ess
R. K. Rilnle, Clerk.
J'. 13. CL,ARY.
f&t 4t J. G. SPINN.
Car load of Wagons just roceived at
t 2t C. .1. Purcell & Co' .
second-Hand1W Machinery for Sale.
One (0-saw Pratt gin, feeder and con
denser. One 60-saw Winship gin, feed
er and condenser. One 50-saw 11ummus
gin, feeder and condenser. One Acme
doubl gear power cottoni press. Two
shieve wheels, live feet in diameter.
One transmisslon wire cable. All for
sale by The Carolina M'f'g Co.,
14t West Main St.
We are the only nerchants in the
city thatt buy Wagons in car load lots.
t 2t C. J. Purcell & Co.
For St. Paul's school, District No.
34. Applications must he handed to
one of the trustees on or before August
14. Applicant will state salary desired.
School wvill open about November 1st.
* Patrons of school will meet at the school
house on the above (late at 41 o'clock p.
in. to elect a teacher.
.JOiHN F. KInrInR,
W. H-. KInILEt,
P'. 11. SLIOn,
Pomaria, S. C. t&f td
Bucklen's Arnica Ralve.
The best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Blrulses. 8ores, Ulcers, Salt Rheumn,
* ever Sores. TPetter, Chapped Hafnds,
* illblalna, (Jorns, and all f-kin Erup
tions, alfd poisitively cures Piles, or no
~pay required. It ls guaranteed to give
perfect satisfact ion or money refunded.
P?rlce 25 centa per box. For sale by
Robertson & Gihder.
DeaiEh of Mr. Nathuan A. Hunter.
Death Is always sad, but it seems pc
cullirly so when a young man in the
full vigor and strength of his young
manhood is cut down. Mr. Nathan A.
Hfunter, aged about 23 years, died at
'his bomne in Prosperity on Saturday,
'7th inst, after a brief illness. He leaves
a young wife, father, mother and
br other to mourn his dep)artnro. We ex
tend'to those who mourn our tenderest
sympljathy and( poin t thenm to lUhn who
doc0th all things wvell and who alone ini
atlimctionsi likeo this can give comfort to
Sthe bleeding hiear-t'.
Por infants and Children.
Than a dish of good sweet
turnips for dinnfer? Nothing.~
Adit is very easy to get if~
can buy cheaper than ever at
'Robertson & Gilder's
DR. B. A. DANIELS.
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Throat and
ANEWBERRY, 8. C.
Office at residence, next door to Crot
.'well Hotel. t.tf
VAtIOUN AND ALL ABOUT.
Mrs. Rl. C. Jones and children are
ysiting relativos at Cokesbury.
Mrs. 1. H. Aull is visiting relatives
In Greenwood County.
Miss Maggie L. lepting is visiting
relatives in Chapin and Prosperity.
Prof. Nuthan E. Aull wio has been
teaching in Texas, reached Newberry
We aro Indebted to Mr. August Kohn
for a copy of his report to the daily
papers of the Newberry meeting yes
Dr. D. IW.-6er, Jr., has returned
from . Dental Association at
0 .'o 6int, Va., and reports a delight
Prof. Thos. W. Gary is visiting re
latives and friends in Newberry.
Mr. Levi David of Columbia was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. Dr. Sonn and three children of
Newborry are stopping for the sum
mor at Mr. J. J. Kieth's.-Oconeo
Mrs. Gilder, wife of Dr. Gilder, and
two daughters of Newberiry, are visit
Ing at Mr. John A. Fatnt's.-Union
Mrs. George McWhirter, of New
berry, Is visiting at Mr. J. E. Scott's.
Senator George S. Mower, of New
berry, was In Union on Satuiday.
The.- Con federate pensions will be
paid,bff about the 15th.
rl. James Dunbar and children, of
NT vberiy, arc visiting relatives in
A nion.-Ulnion Times.
Ed. IR. Hipp is selling buggles and
wa'golIs at close prices foi' tIJe cash or
on credit. to thoso who desire it that
The school library of othe gi'aded
school will be open every Friday morn
ing from 1) to 10 o'clock for taking out
books. Superintendent Wallace is
home and will be here until the open
ing of the school.
I ratt Street has beenl Very.much Imu
pr-oved by moving back Mr Silas John
Mayor Evatns says he is going to give
the Aiadc Lrees a beautiful arch over
the streets and make room for the
electric lights to go fr'om one arc to
Gover-nor Evans spoke at the factory
last night. Col. Irby said he would
not speak as It would not be fair to the
other candidates who were absent.
MI'. Jno. W. Speak who will join
the Methodist conference this fall, has
been put in charge of the Newberry
city mission by Bishop Dnucan and is
already here at work.
Mr. 1). P. Duncan will Speak at the
grove in front of Mr. 13. B. Litzey's
Friday Aug 27. The Joint Alliance of
Gramany and Johnstone will give a pic
nic on that day and an array ofbaskets
filled with good things is expected.
Richmond is offering some special
inducements, in the way of excursion
rates, to merchants, or others wishing
to visit that city. Tickets pur'chased
on August 12, 13 and 14 will allow you
return'm any time within fifteen days
from date of purmichase. The hotels
offer special rates anid the mer'chants
assure you first class treatment. Tick
ets at one half fare for' the round tip.
D)eafness Cannot be Oured
by 1c cal applications as they cannot. reach
the d iseased port ion of the ear. There is only
one way to cnre 1)eafness, and that is by con
st,itutional remnedies. Deanenss i.i caused by
an inflamed condition of the muconRmi lining
of the Eustachian S uibe. WVhen this tube
geta inflamed you have a rumbling sound of
imperfect hear'ina: and( when it is entirely
elosedI Deaf'ness iA the result and unless the
inilammnation can bo taken out and tis tube
restored to its normal condition, hearing
wvili be destroye d forever; nine ca'es out of
t en are caused by cat.arrh. which is nothing
but an inflamed condit ion of the mucous sur
Wve will giv'e One Hlundlred Dollars for any
case of Dea fness (caused by catarrh) that can
not he cured by Hail's Catarr'h Cure. Send
for circularA fron.
F. J1. CH O NkEY A&CO., Toledo,O.
ibr-dold i)y D)ruggists, 720.
Utopa iDemuocratic Club.
WVIll meet Saturday it 3i p. mn. at the
school house for 'the purpose of recor'
ganiizing and enrolling members.
J1no. R. Porduoi, President.
JT. W. Reagin, Seci'etar'y.
Tihe iscovery awed Is Life.
M r. (4. (Cailiouett e, Drulgelst, Beavers
ville, Ill., says: "To Dr. King's Now
D)iscovery I owe umy life. Was taken
with La Grippe and tried all thle plhy
aieians f'or'111 ' m ie)aoult, bumt of no avail,
and wvas given up and( told I could1( not
live. Having Dr. King's New D)iscov
ery in miy stor'e I sent for a bottle and
betgan its use and from the first dose be
gain to get be'tter', anmd after using three
b'ott.Ies wias up and ahout again. It is
woi'th its weight in gold. WVe wont
keep stor'e or' hiouse without it.." Get a
free trial at, Robertson & Gilder's Drug
H art ford )emnocrat Ic (C,lb
WViII hold a meeting on Tuesday,
August 17th, at 4I o'L'lock, at IIartford
schoi olhiiouse. Everybody is requmested
to he piresent.
F. F1. l1AVAiNG101, Pre's.
(I. ii. SUtMMixm, Sec.
We are Giving Away
A Boek of very valuable
prescrip)tionls. Call and got
01n0; it wvill cost you nothing.
ROBERTSON & GILDER,
& Visit Home.
Gr-Pawood County, August 7.-Here
I am In the mountains of Grconwoo(d
County, writing in front of a blazing
pino wood tire at 10 o'clock in the day.
Why should anyone desire or care to go
to the mountains when such weathet
can be found right here at our doors?
Quilts and blankets were in demand
last night and I am regrotting that 1
have not an overcoat with me. But
then you know this part of Greenwood
was, until recently, in the grand old
county of Edgefiold.
I am at the old home. It is pleasant
to get back there occasionally. I be
lievn it is right and proper that the
boys and girls should make frequent,
pilgrimages to the paternal roof as
long as it remains. Fortunate are
those who have the old home unbroken
to visit. The father and mother are
always glad to see you and the off
spring to the third generation are
never too numerous to find room at the
We F. nearly all hore. If nothing
prevents we hope to have a full re
union next week. The family in many
respects has been greatly blessed. We
all have life and health, the greatest of
earthly blessings. Only two deaths in
a period stretching over 42 years. For
these blessingo we return grateful
thanks to the Giver of all good.
The crops in this section arc giod
the best at this time that they have had
We had with us last night the Rev.
W. A. Botts of the Methodist church.
He is a cultured and a scholarly gen
tleman, and is the pastor of the Ninety -
A period of twenty years sineo I first
left the parental roof tree to enter col
lege at Newberry has made many
changes. Those who at that tine were
young men in the full vigor of man
hood are now the old men, and the old
men of that time are nearly all gone
passed over the river to join the great
majority. Uncle Win. H1altiwanger, a
prominent man in the community, is
gone. The Rev. Jones Coleman, a pa
triarch in the Baptist church, is no
more. One, howAver, remains--Mr.
Jeff Burnett, an old man 25 years ago,
is still an old man, but no older appar
ently than he was a quarter of a con.
tury ago. My friend for the past 20
years and associate of former days, Mr
Jesse Coleman, Is still here and still a
bachelor. He should long ago have
taken unto himself a helpmect. I am
afraid now that he has lived beyond
his day of grace. In those days we had
a fine school at the academy neaur by,
taught by Geo. D. Haltiwanger. I
have tried to find some of the s..;ool
mates, but they, too, have neo.r y all
gone. Sidney 11altiwanger i, still
here farming on the old home place
Jake Haltiwanger is Auditor of Edge
fiold County. Jno. Hipp has moved
down to Newberry and is prospering.
The rest, where are they? This was
then a large school. Yes. Vill Cooper
and Bill Hill and Burr Kinard are
farming, not far from here. I had an
other teacher up here-the first one
after we camne from Nowberry-Mr. Ii.
A. Towvnsend. Hie was an old man 23
years. ago, and a good teacher. I
walked three miles to the school he
taught. IIe is still living,. I am told,
and I would be delighted to see him.
These old school teachers, I can never
forget them, for the training that has
been most useful to me was the train
ing I got in the country schools. There
the foundations wvere laid, and I was
fortunate in having good teachers, and
wvhatever faults and defects I may have
cannot be laid at the door of these dear
old teachers. The~ methods now are
somewhat different, but I doubt if the
results are much better. In the towns
it takes a boy about fifteen years to get
through school, going ten months in
In the country we worked about half
the time in the flold or in the mill and
got through just about as soon, and
many of the country boys are just as
well educated as those who spend so
munch time in the school rom
B3ut my hobby is for better prepara
tory schools in the country districts
and good teachers for them. It is the
great need of our educational system.
Tihcro is an awakening along this line.
The schools in the country districts are
running longer and the p)arents are
getting more careful as to the charac
ter and competency of their teachers.
It is fortunate that it is so. T1o have
good schools we must have first-class
teachers. In order to have these you
must pay them fair salaries.
In the matter of teachers and schools
and the pa~y Nowherry is comning right
along to the front. Anyone who has
read 'rhoIIerald and News for the p)ast
month or two must have been imp)ressed
with this fact, for nearly every school
In the county has been advertising for'
teachers, and all want first-class teach
oe and miany of them pay fair salaries.
An educated citizenship is the nced of
the (lay, and wve want to have it so that
those wvho desire to edlucate their
children will not have to move to the
towns in ordeor to have the advantages
of good schools.
Bunt I have degressed. 1 like to get
out in the country away from brick
houses and sidewalks and railroads ,
and whore I supposed I would he per1
mitted, without offending the pr'op)ri
tees, to pull off my coat andl leave off
cuffs and collars, and be for once again
a regular wool hat boy-but, alas, it is
too cold, and I wish now I had a thicker
coat. E. II. A.
Is called to meet at Garmnany school
house next Friday, August 13th, at 3i.30
HI. II. FoLK, Pies.
Rieport on Our Beettle from Hmitheonlan
Tihe following letter to Dr. 0. B.
Mayer will be of interest to the people
Doctor 0. I. Mayor, Newberry, South
Dear sir: In tho absence of the Act
ing Assistant Secretary, I desire to ac
knowledge the receipt of two beetles
transmitted by you. They are reported
by Mr. W. 1-1. Ashmo 'ad, Assistant Cu
rator in the Departmnent of In8ects, to
represent the soxes of our largest! -ear
abould, Dynastes tityus, Linn., a species
which is not, uncommon in the United
States. The change of color from a
mottled green to a dark brown is of a
common occurrence, and is supposed to
be due to a secretion from the insect.
Mr. Ashmead adds that the favorite
food of this beetlo is the black ash tree,
Fraximus sambucifolia. The strong and
peculiar odor which you have noticed
is emitted from the brised le b"os and
twigs of this species of ash, and has
been a subject of frequent comment.
Doctor Asa Gray compares it to the
scent of the Elder. The insects them
solves, both in the larval and image
stage, also emit a strong odor.
F. W. Titui,
munday-Slkool Convention at Both Eden.
Tle Sunday-school Convention of
Newberry Conference met in Both
Eden Lutheran church on Atigust 6th
and 7th. The convention was called to
order by the president, Rev. A. J.
lowers, who conducted the devotional
Capt. I. 11. Folk welcomed the con
vention, and the response was made by
Mr. A. G. Wise.
Rev. A. J. Bowers was elected Presi
(lent; Rev. W. K. Sligh, Vice-presildent;
W. Aug. Shealy, Secretary; ). B.
The minutes of the last annual meet
lig were read and approved.
Tihe annual stat.istical report of this
and last year were ordered printed in
circular form and distributed among
The subjects, "The history and aim
of the Sunday-school" and "The advan
tages and disadvantages of union Sun
day-schools," were discussed.
The roll-call showed present, 1 pas
tor, 41 superintendents and 18 delegates.
The following resolution was offered
Resolved, That we 11er-ohy express
our appreciation of the interest, shown
by Rev. Prof. A. J. Bon% ers in behalf of
The stastistical report was read. It
showed that the convent,ion represented
15 schools, 10 pastors, 107 teachers, 50
Olitcers, 1,111 scholars, and $310.30 in
contributions. T1his is a decided in
crease over last year.
On account of rain the second day's
session was ve-y poorly attended.
Mr. Jefferson Quattlebaum conutcted
a praise service. The convention stud
ied t,he Internat,iontl lesson for- August
8th, lcd by Prof. A. J. Hower-s. The
subhjects, '"T'he l prose of Sunday-school
giving," and ''The p)ast.or's p)lace in the
Sunday-school" wet-c discussed.
fl Titme and p)lace of'next meeting werec
left with the Excutive Commit tee.
Garmuany D)emocratlc Clubt.
All membets of Garmnany D)tem-atic
club at-c requecstcd to meet at Gar-many
schoolhouse August 21st, at 9) a. mn.
11. F. CANNON, Pres.
J. W. N A NUI, Sec.
TJhe following manager-s have been
applointed to condluct, the primary elec
t,ion for United States Senator to be
held on Tuesday, Autgutst 31, 1897:
TFow%Nsltir No. I.
Oki Men's-"W J Lake, J IF Glenn, D) W T1
Young Men's-T 10 Epting, I, J Millet-, T G
(arollna-J 0 Trurnipaceoi, J1 WV coIpock,
Fascory-Johtn entn .1 M Tayltor Irb)y D)
litot -I PI M intwik in ', I-. L,. Paysinger,
.Johnstonoin-J WI 1, R ltel'r<1, WI I alilace,
J W J Slg
Mulberry-J J K(tbler, J 1) Naince, TP W
L'armniy-~J W Nar.co. A l' W ilson, J1 (
M.t ethe, VTo.po,W lWnat
Pmt P'eaOfsat-M- ~oorman)t Ittall, J CI ieh,ines,
Wh,it,mire--W A Atmirews, ZA II ' uhtorm, WV W
Mt Ttto --
Long I.ame-A C .Sllgh, S A Jeter, J L, Epps,
?- . 6.
J.elhw~-W' c Mlgh, (Geo (Ulasgow. Clar-ence
( onseur vaItrive' T nl thalers, H II Autll,
Tini,'3--.J YI F-,y3', WV D) Pitts, W*, 11 Long
O!lt Mr n MI Q Clh mi-pelll,ihs P P'itts J7 WI
Rtctorv itlle-- M. Satlterwiv ten, P C Si th
Ha tn-- Ii F l)iv, Mi 1 Maetthw, Jno WI
Ohint plism - 1 It Siun y. RI S ilinman, WV R
No .-J D satlter .J D) lrmiltey, I TI Vauightn.
N o. 5.
Utoptn-J Mi Nichuoln, RL S Iioozer, J WV Der
Warehouse--J 11 Follere, J L \Vis, T K Kib
St [iuko's--Jancob~ I FoIloxrs, T II Hawkins,.
Celebrated for Its great leaveniuig
strength and healthfulness. Assure
the food against alumn and all forms of
adulteration common to the cheap
ROYAL BAKING POWDER C.,NEW YORK
VIl'iftla-1) Q Wilson .1 E .Moitu, J 1I Daw
O'Neall-W T Pugh, J A liaker, Iit I.omg.
bit Pl'grit-U F Stooknan, J A Kinard,
It 01 ovelatco.
BSllton-Joln W hiliter. ICI Meelmze,3J l'ettus
Liberty-J 0f Moore, J T litinter, J M Lus
Union-IE ' Fellers, T 1. 11 E-ppo. NZ I
Jolly treet-Geo A (Ininard, G At Singley,
J ) Livingstong.
i t Paul'e-T A ECpting, H .1 W Il'Itlmson .1 .1
Central-W 1 Kgon .1 C Hligl, N II laris
Zlon-11 i Folk, F A Urnlmam, .cot) Urn
St. l'llip's-J I Ilalfacre, It N Klnrl, It L
Walto:u-J L Crooks, WaltonI louttz, ( It
Ponaritn-V W Herly it F con',ts. r A
Soiatiaisg to Know.
,Tt may be worth ISolin-thiig to know
that the very bemt muedleine for rstor
ing the tired out, nervous system to a
healthy vigor Is Electrie llilers. Thi3
medicine is purely vegetiable, acts by
giving tone to the nerve centr's In thle
s!omaeh, gently stitulates the LAivI.r
and Kidneym, attd aids tIese org.mis ii
throwing oil impuritiem ii tiho blood.
Electric Bitters 11nprovem the appetite,
ildm (ligestiol, anld is pronoiunived by
thoso who have tried it, as the very best
bloo( purifier undii nerve tonie. Try It.
Hold for 50e or $1.00 per bottle at
Itobert8on & 0lidor's iDrug Store.
Programnme for Union Meeting.
The uilon meeting of the lower te
tion of the Reedy Itiver Assoviat ion
will be held with the Mt. Zion -liurch
neatr Silver Street, begiInnin1g On lri
day before the th Sunday in August,
Preaching at. 11 o'clovk, Friday, by
G. A. Wright. and Saturday J. I)...ohn
ston; Sunday morning: anld afternoon by
I. F. Corley an( .1. V. I lian ton.
Queries to be discussed:
The purpose of teiv Lord's Suipper.
Introduced by .1. W. lilanton.
The purpose of Chmurch I)isoipline.
fntroduced by C. A. Wright.
Have the clturches of the preselnt
day departeI from the principles aund
p)ractices of the New TIestamuent
churches; anid if so, in what, respe'ety'
In)tr'oduced by 11. F. (Corley.
If a churc e mber0Ill1 shlould request.
his name to be taken from the churi chi
boo0k ref usinug to give his reasonsIt for it.,
should tihe chit ulh grant hiis ( retit If
so, how shonl it be entered upon the
church record? Initroduce~td by J1. T1.
D)avis and J. 10~ Johnson.
HA/RIS LIT/IA WA TEHI!
Carbonated Lithia Watetr,
Sold to the Wholesale and(
Retail trade at lowest Pr ices b)y
S. B. Jones,
Agent for Newberry.
As. it is Important tar
AMy One to Eat, So
Equally Important are
To every one desirous
at saving money.
'?1li0iti0 AltE MON1ICY SA VI'ItS.
M'5*'Oit TilIH WECIK oNLY.
6 yds. Standard Pr'Iints for only 25c.
8 yds. Newherry cloth for only 25e,
8 3dcs. F'igured Lawnt for only 25c4.
8 yd1s EInbroider~y for onlly 25c.
8 yds. Val. Lace for only 25c.
I piri Ch ild's Sl Ipers for only 25e.
1 !'Ine Straw I tat for man(I or' boy 25e.
I Gal. New Orleans Syrup only 25c.
3 Cans (2) Syrup Pe'acheUs " 2te.
20 1)s. IOdichondI Meal "' 25r.
I lb. TPea wortht 50c "' 25ie,
2 lb. A rbuckle's Coffee " ' 25e.
(60 boxes Parlor NI atches "' 25c.
8 bars Soap (good as Oef,agon)"' 25c.
TBMR4--a0) folvc 'y.17
Notice to Township
T HIE TOWNSH IP COM MISSTON
era of Newher'ry County are0 herec
b)y nlotified and requI1ired( to have the
roads of their respective townships
'0orked anid putt in) good conidit,lon On or
before September 1, 1897.
otictue. x1I(e~1~ i
A Farmi.'s Custitv, ier-theNdiree
tion of 'resident, E,. 11. ctratigiead itiad
othe1' mem11ber-s of tbo famulty at, lem
sont College, will bo hold at Nuwbe.vy Atmy Qld stand
oi Augiit 18, 1897, begililing at. 10 a.
next doot to Rob
wm tiet net., iwtwevii gamn ovock ertson & Gilder's
AlI vit-iZells lt. vordifillyh1vit.ed to with a fine line
":"'vt1A; .w . _ of W atches,Jew
Illa"ie Iaddoe a foliows: elry and Silver
IlloIse. slite ing: '11' n re ofiiv t thi iool
mae: Dis-as,s of lmnestic imiis; w are, C lo ckS an d
"etill'.ees: D)riniking wauter,: D)air3ing
nca'iiins praecacl a. ei I Table Cutlery.
presu,) ole . Also a line of fine Specta
.. l. in.:r, cles and Eyeglasses in Gold,
C. P. nov, Silver and Steel Frames.
Ifyolt .,Ill, to Salve 111ley 4ce 11", 1)0
ol-VenI-siMSg roa11r w1Lo1s. Watchmaker and Jeweler.
t.2C C. .1. 1,111-eell & Co.. ly
CLEARANCE SALE i
Our -uIll is ne(verI, to cairy goods ovor if prices will Boll them,
an(l in ordor to makc rtoo for our fall Btock wo will for tho
soll all Spring (1oos out regardless of cost.
A big lot of men's suits $3.38, former price
$5 to$6.50. OUr sale on $5 suits still continues;
these suits are cheap at $7.50. A job lot of
pants 98c, regular price $1.25 to $1.50. A big
lot of Jeans and Cottonade Pants 50c.
All low cut shoes, ladies and goAntlem1on, to be closed out at cost.
Tho balnee of 811,A W IIATS to be closed regal'(1eHs of cost.
30 yards good Priits for $1; host Prints 4c; A brown Home iAc.
cXtria hem Cotlose, 1 1.e; (lecked Homespun, 28 yards for $1.00.
This is your clhie to miko mt dollar buy almost. $2 worth of goods.
CO 0 I.ITO 81 4,10 ,I! S.
Rtes pvet fully,
'Ilie 1Lvador of Low Prws.
THE OAKS HO TEL~ Ashoville, N. C.
Wat Il1 oh e i 'i nIe1 - I3' o ton Ilw it . (oid ' ,0ItW tite i al c e t i itlit iit 11
( 1(i Ili 'li iiii liit ii'; tNI t il loer i p enre C s i I e ,ttla ti (oatI a ; ne lit
1HAm-j5 I i 15 ISI'r Weeok. Triuasiln 02 per Dlay.
t'li1 iisl - jery I k -t at~I' u i I" is. ie r you ti ni I i siteI p1 et sinr. \ rit) r wire
n\ade.-- Weawa w
~1 \~~\>/ J .J't2 ief ~ T ho lenisos of all cheap spectacles
be~~e)c l~ are~ stamupod out of dingy glass by a
/ ,/l di\j~~I., ~lO:.Kdie that is samo shape1) of the lens as
~ ',~ <'';;a shoot of molton glass is passed
WatLv~ ~c lJc Qcy" ~ ~. . under it by mahchinelry'; this leaves
n\&d.- W ~l\.\y~c\r;y !~ ~ .'the surfacos of thloso 10115os irreguilar,
St'oIcof'i Ieery, SihA~ r\v,C ' rough and unpolwied, andit the re
fraction is not1 near as per foot as
good clear glaiss, ground1i smioothI andt (een and( polished, anid thet eiye thatt
ues the cheapii lenses is n1e sssitautetd to supply13 jho1( refraict.ioii whi cli stritis
it, or' uso( a stron1 ger lens1 whicho harms thle retina and hastens t.h (decay of
thle eyeO. Good1 Sp(ec tcle's imp1 ropsrly' hitt(ed ar( 11s had as5 (chea1p 0ons.
A fter 30) yearsI iln thle b usins 105I find Johnson's mae IsIthe hlo bst, and1( wO
ha IvO an istti riut. for test in g unpo1 rfect vision at
"f DANIELS &e CO.
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF THE UNITED STATES.
Assets . . . . . ,$216,773,947
(I p,er cen'it. stantnil) 1
and all other ~ '. . . 173,496,768
Surplus, 'I por cen t, .. . . $4.3,277,179
Outstanding Assurance . . $915 102.070
TheIi Hoeiiety hats pidil $2,i3A,86,3 to its pliicy't holders, and( m1 addhit ion
no0w holds( $2 I (,77:3,0t 7 of' Asset s (of wvhich~ $ 13,277,179) is Hurpluihs),
making a total of $.t7t,730),208. Tihiis record "cove'rinlg a periodl of less
than 38 years fromi its organiizattion, isi over $2 1'2,793,000) more t han aniy
othier company~ has paid and accouimilated wit hini thle corresponding pe~riodl
oIf its history. Thel( Equllitalel wvrit es any13 formi of policy the assuredl may13
wanit~ T1onitino, Annual D)istribut ion, I'nudowmenit , Ol.lratIOOd (Cash Value,
TormI, any otherou forms (If policies.
Call a111 nd s ie fore' assur'ing your lives elsewhere.
Tfhe Equitable is absolutely 5safl', and1( p)ersons wishing irtsurance wvould
find( it to thisr i nt erest to exnine its lanIs before taking out a policy
Th'Ie Equli iale issues poiliciest on1 both mal and11 11 femanl6 livos.
ARTHUR KIBLER, Agent.