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Colutilhia, .J11ilry I7.-The ex
tentsion of tilio for the paymontt of
tnxes by tho'stato oflicorl as illowed
by law to the first of Vobruiary did
not head'oif action by the Legisia
ture, inld th resolution of Mr. Ash
Joy to extend the titim to the first of
March has tissi, bot i hotuss. I
think this is a mistake. It will b,)
so after a while that there will tl no
use having inly liimit to hax paying
time. In fact low pvoplo livo emne
to expect ai extension.
Thero will bo svveral redistri-icting
propositions, and sinvo CoTIgss Will
Iot. cit t do ill FOIt reset- I 1011toll
thoro shonl be somo act ion takien at
this time for thelit is lito solst ill lit
present urrangemti of istriets
The followitn is thw bill introthiueud
by Mr. Weston, nIil it see is to in-,
to suit us about as well as fniy ar
rangemitent we colt get. I til) nt
I;iNow how miu. illeillll'r tafl ld 01n tlt,
(Iliestion. I'llee lwNays Are "un1
bor of wontl be eongrt1-len in
every legislAtrIl' anI they N Il havo
all tyo to tleir own ilterevt, alild
there may bt clianges or the 1,i llma\
i1ot pass 1111kl tihe present ar111angT
Inelit be left Illoit, thongt,h I rat her
think solmte plan will bo agre upon
at this sOssiOnl. IlOr- is 1r. W 'S
Poo Dett Dist riet - 'Mlar lb) 0. (h111
toerfield, Darlington, M1aril'. i, r
Piiee, I tor v anld Clarelli l.
Santee D Iist rict -Ieo rgtt own, W iI
liaisburg, Charleston, Bollo-ley nd
Watore District-Nivibland. Fair
field, Kershaw, Stmoter, Iancastt'r
Edisto District (1r1agoburg. Birit
well, Balambe-r, Itaampton, l1valufort
Stiludit District - tIgetield, Ai ken
Saluda, Newberry, 01reeIw'ld 111d
Keowco District- Abbeville. Aln
derson, Oconee, Pickown; atl Grteen
Cat awba D)ist riot-Spartanibturg,
Union, Cherokee, York andI Chester.
I notice Thi Stit . newsalit per does
not ag.ov to the propoition to biihl
i neW mant111sioll ol tihe capitol gruind..
Of course that settles that part of it
As a iattei of fact I said, and s,,
atlainl, thero is no prett ior locat ion
for a residence than tilt present lot
on which tho mansion is locatvil, but
there ar reasons for havitng th. main.
sionI on the capjitoil squtare, antd a
htandsomte bilidintg on the corier of
the grounds wouldt addt veiry ltieh to
the appeairancto of tilt place. It wili
not be long before it wlv be noct's
sary to builId a library and1( Stip~remeit
court buildinig, antd ta tcold be put
on the wvest side anid st ill have'i ptlty
of room. A no0w maionit (ould itbe
of very littlo btentefit to the prtesent
Governor, for even if thle prest
Legislature were to adop01t someit plani
by which to build, tho bldinlig wot.
scarcely be ready for eocn y unt 11
til at least toward t he close oif tile
termt, if then. 1 faivor a1 netw mian
sion1 because4 the progtress anld devel
opmIent of the State dtemaind t hat we
should havo a building more ill keep-11
ing with the times, and besides, if a
now buildmng is ntot put upi conlsider
able mottey will soon hauve tto be
spent in repairitng thet ptresenlt hiomie
or the Governor, whoover he may be,
will have no0 honm.
The elections have been post p)oned
to next Tuesday inasmuch as the in
auguration was fixed for todlay. The
canrdidatos for Code commissioner
are alnost as nuimerouls as for Libra
rian. I heard hero that Mr. RI. Hi.
WVelch of the Nowborry bar had en
tered the race. I have not soton him
and do not know that he0 will be
in the race, but I amu ro ho10 i is
fully competent to fill the office, and
the Legislature would make no mi11
take in electing him.
Yesterday Governor McSweentey
issued a proclamationt ordering arn
election in that portion of Little
Mountain situate in Lexington Coun.
ty en the question of annexation to
Newberry County. The eilect ion wil
be,held January 31. I suppj)ose t here
will be no opposition as all the voters
have signed the petition, antd the puir.
pose is to have all of the town in one
county. As it is now it is in two
counties and about five townships,
and there is mnore or less confusion
as to schools and other matters of
local government. We shall be glad
to have these fifteen voters and All
the good people of this thriving town
to~ Newberry County. There are
only fifteon voters and 1,200 acres in
the porlion that it is proposed to
tako oil from Loxington County.
Today was a rough and rainy day
in Columbia, but in spito of it a largo
crowd was at the House of Ropre
Hentatives to witness tihe iniugura.
tion ceromionits of tho Governor and
jieutuenant Governor which took
placo promptly at 12 o'clock. The
oath of olico was adhninistered by
Chief Justivo MtcIver. Musicie was
furIlished by the Columbiia orcestrt.
The girls of the (ohlibial Feialo
Collogo. tho s11i(ets of the South
Carolina Collogo and the children of
the (;raded schools 1ttinded tle vx
Olisti in ia body. I)mmediatoly after
t hit ont h1 wais Ildminlistvired (Oov.* M. B.
McSweony (etlivered the following
tiv. 31 s\\rINV\ 5 INA.\ll'1, Allil'1s.
In t !king tlt oath of otlit'n for the
Steond 0t ii s chif oexcutive of this
great Slate' I fovl lloro kefly thanl
ever the rto.ponisibilities which rest
u1poll lmo. I real t,he povety of
my1 voiabulary when i ondevor to
my approciati.n to this pto
plo for the p:atm dty w% hich they have
shIowvn in, o!t1vatmng mie to this oxalted
p'it :o:', and wxen 1 think f the in
t:I . d retI Isponi.silit ies which Ithe
:I rl,os 'nat w i it a 1 o l
ac O faC with my own
t'eg1.n: e onii W_ 0nvtN t." 1h0
pe Oln nna en rpesi :
l:i:f t O IprKe:t s. sf ti.e 1o
i G over:. -r tr.
u l 1 *h .w h - L I t W
a uan Ia O is n. 'h
tiLt w iof a . g -k d X.
I S I till to f t i r
fo ie i f tV x. h1a4
Y1pourn whiiht I hII I p\ w and
a tlih I ity .i is emit i n aw
110Oe sh l i erc f ' [1 SI 1 t-vt., 1~.0
t i o)n.
act tiou 'ilnoc rospoitcibil it which
rtS 111'011 t hO C-tieV1ltIiVV i' laid161,
ofrr with or gi ator dtege, ip.t
tilt: 111 1101' s oif h11V 1-gi?--1HtIlrk1- M \
PRI. urWO is forifa t XCuied thO wsl.
Yoh art, cloitld with ov t m-tI onh
utheoritv to Chlligo adXistineg Its
anm to le11et tlt%\v laws id by our
act ion wt canh mithter co the whCon-I
oft i t n tor gibfe t he en ea.
whe tmhy a review tat e dtffreet
dea II1it met of gover inment ando tel
taek' fouech siugae tinsd st mayt 1ee
purpierto te chgif thxecuiv,io ~Ihv
ntJc povriem ed to ictater udor
taen to controi l lregihe i,bt havs e
st)emed to mttjst lartnncessary 13y'
pwig ndt careu andaprte' nt ciii on
ac thUe at ia befroseit e f Gierth
AS.tat l an contiewt to the happerit
ness ofi the eopeei ca mont. plcedgto
youikt a lic brughet111 2 iou thpeop eio
fithfultote'he execut fteve,w s they
maIt y boitedped.uhsugs iis
"Weltnd o erct aItt t.b(e le'nof. mby
And5l a11( g'ret wonder ruthecs a onh
W'hlCe hit ie'roi an blross)rtyofe to
Whatc of -i pheopu;.- brodn onl Ieg
faThouh ex(thio oarg eisr hofw t heyn
And whasl t t,b i~ o iend-f aiur or iii vl-y
As1(1I ocl stand her ~I e inh udw ofe
founda ctins broad' andl d ee~eep for to
arIe rhatopossibilies beor us as12 a~'
forovyne tof ustoasr hmslfth
.V and w, treth. ; i lroliI ~ a
Fromt,e goii den hrouIlre of ih eyedci
To rte'i spa?
T c heat tearof thfclalt centry vic
Aecod usadhod in thn dawntoy
ofthient r m uchn nn.p.d., Ilos yo..
other Southern Stato in industrial do
volopient. I call your attention to
th fact that during tho past year
f4omo 15,000,000 have been invested
ill CorporItto oliterprises ill this State,
the grat er port ion of which haR beon
put into industrie for tho inimutic
tiro of our great. staplo crop. Somo
thing over two hundred mikts of now
railroads havo been builtf and ro
veivvd for truiho during tho paHt
Any proposed legislation touching
these great artories of trado and
(1omu11rcIT111 Should bo wisely and care
fully considered. These indiistries
derivo their right to lifo lind exist
MWOe froi tho Stato and you as the
reprv.-evlt at iv(es of the State have a
right aild it is your duty to see that
they do not oppress t1he people. But
in guarding the interests and the
rights of the people it is well also to
rem1em1ber that these corporitions
lavo riights filid it shoul11d bo volurs;
to see that the strong do not op)prTAss
the weak ind that justii,e aid equity
a1ro mel t ted Oult .
Our (d1ucational int crests have also
Made eirkale advances 41l'd there
is a great awakei.g in, all sootions
01n thea sub11jcYt of 0ednest ion. It is a
grat kf i i. e deree of cur progress.
for with he maitfii sl doNvlJymer.t of
I.-., s ;1 ~ : .,,
m , 0 C If. c: , eIfr. e
he1. shuh b mad to utajr,tand
heigts f mahoo . ~
" 1.11 v. v \t
Uminaltes mttr we soul
h 3 1- v f. U1,
not- work hosd coi uv the burt
no soul to cia mton to u irtanti
t11tt lit' 011,11 bl-OW [0 " Wh11l1 ill thO
itidst oam I hem ipi rigt i. is fr imtr
s1e'h of catiflldood. "
t ir in oil tie, utters We hon l
not forunt those who hw1m the nr
don to bear ive hiishing t o oreals
high privilto "tor so thow intelli
tgene, ent11 erri ht eivil nereigou
freeomd li'respllt forded majs
ofentbrylaw may constantlyincreae
comrilgh inelhg cr,1 pri.voseity, anid
hppriies." hchW R1 O
hihePn ithLe o was0 hadmintered
toLigen ant Gotrirs,vilnor T iioa h
frediat2 ely etook the elajdsty
ofne t 10he 1) joinatmly. Whcen
thel S) om,ti ol ad re,rosptoit, cam.d
tor Col. ililman d(ivered tFl,1.he o
lowingt addlress and1( the Sentato pro
coeded to buine51:ss:
SINATou1s:li I ss4uming thle dutiteg
of thle 0flh1 ' to which I hatve' been
olooted 1 am1 not1 uninidfuil of the
resptonsibili:i11s thrown albout it,
nor am1 iungraitefil to t he people
who put ma1: bore, nior cani I forget
that ipresideO over a body13 which has
writtenm 1201m of the brightest pages
ini South Carolina's history. What
standard of merit shall markc my
career in this oflice, I (1o not know,
but impJIartiality shaill b)e my guide
It is halrdlly nenossary for mec to
exproe' tho wish or oven rno er to the
fact t hat I t rust the aiccustomned har
mnony will prevail in this body.
1n the, vast dlonl~ii of the old con
tury I am gratilled to know that
thoro mnay be found tihe ceitery of
fa'nct ional dlifferences in South Caro
line ; anid staniding hero in the dawn
of t hes nowt (entury we find this not
onuly ai rennited State but a runited
nation. Csenturies have faded int
shadows; mn that groat period of the
past Napoleon had his greatness and
his grave; the Southern Confederacy
blossomed like the rose, faded and
"We stand bore at the end of
mighty years" with all the responsi
bilities of an advanced citizenship;
grave conditions confront our coun
try; antothei.r century, perhaps a de
cade, may find the greatest republio
that the world han ove kenan, an
empire ruled by an emperor in roya
role), i prisidient with im1pormi
powers. It behooves the party t
which we all belong to unito InI tI
desperato struggle wvh wic will decid
the (lestiny of our country.
Invocing the blessings of tho di
vinity uponi your deliberations an
asking the guidanco of bis divin
hand for myself 1 niow declaro th,
montito ready for any biminemH tha
may properly bo be(fo.o it.
Tho legislaturo Will now got dowi
to businems, an11d wle) tho election
aro over next. Tuesday thero will b)
nothing to interrupt t ho regular worl
of the seaion.
itiator Tilliani was yosterda'
unaimostly re lected Senator for 1
term of six .Nears, not even one votl
being east against hiu:.
In the election of a judge of th<
Sevetith Circuit I undorstand tha
both Mir. Sanders and Col. Fergusoi
liavoN wIthdtawn and the raeo is noV
left to Senator 1 1s,ick, of Spartan
burg. and i r. Oraydou, of Oreen
woOd, and Jludge Townsend w' ith th
ehainos decidedly in favor of mludl
T"wnsend being "Oti on the tiirs
-1 YNe y' rekh utitn A.
k"re t l- imrduci n e o ti
M~~~~~~~~ r Ww tnopsdSn o en
bi ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 'I i k7e h m -e fre ititn
the --state to the- join co m te
p".iee and.eectios Itwoul mere
ic .; ', ""e ci"hati not I-een Je
1v cr hd the Sate printer. Even be
-t- introdu teion f the rwaoluti
thlt %%:% rk had been 'omupleteo.
Mr Wtston opposed Senutor Dean
Si t rofer the mter of redistricin
ti, sttate to t joi t Committees o
pravi1,ge- and elections, It would mere
I 'siniuse dmelay. Lindividual metubi
introduce whatever bills th want.
OiinT of Mr.a Co.Eten.Ropsns billi
wee givenesecond ead oitg and Con
raauthoilng Thimen woul certa pteet
mds ceifl ctes fAro nounir
andls Te' otmeby a vcate of C to3
charcterd the rstion.alon
TNo ofer. ec.d redn obllarc bill
wbe gvnconsiee d bu reatlg he onior
canhe or:ie~ toay etw ern t'cc
rat~ cetfiaoni.ndro cut
anhoe ouset ged t he hre oferi
Tsday c"lhe 22o a n1t 30 abrog,ae tbi
htier fo the ton o lnns.
Mr' W.ingoofered bua gretdolton wthl
tahe dssof thela nbewee 10 ohe hou
5c inooun+ bhefor t.e forenin of .
ra -. --on Th reluon a
Tgre hous. ttcdt h recne
CommidttI ee reor~i td faoahl, t 1
Mr D inick' oher to reltio tho
e prnal to e hosollc"0
hA synops of hsottmer of the o s
1y Mn r ev hfer tof eningn-Relain
dto workin o chdreinlctton miau
'ute prohibit esr o cgaetedaah o
Mrz1 miiciplit.'s hilto hrea prirnina
co v3 ncted undf ~r.- odtinancre,it
cony authovrt,esforex ro-wlerin
tho wrte of 5chien an cottand ile
--r. Weon'e intodnur-ohe il
tout,hibie the maaemenof carthe
pze. niei to hire cctrtoconlt
eoyauthorities for road wding S a
th eof 25cmnt a nd keep. ebl i
prohnitir to hirea o convicts to cont
M- McLaughlin of Orangeburg-Tr
moke the rate~ of Interest in this St,at
7 per cent.
Mr' West of Spartanburg-To provid
that dispenisary profits of a county g
to public schoole.
Mr. Kibler of Newberry-To creat
the office of bankIng and insuranc
.DAMAGES FOR MENTAL ANGUISH.
A bill which is liable to cause con
siderable debate was introduced b~
Mr. Jo~hn McMa'ter of Richland yes
terday. Its object is to allow damage,
"gainst tele'g'eph companIes doing bus
inesa in the State, for mnental anguisa
or suftering, even in tio absence of
bo.lily injur , caused by negligence in
receiving, transmitting or delivering
Mr. Webbof Aiken has introduced in
the house a bill granting additional
rights and remedies to) the vimploycs of
1 any cotton m1anufactory, street railway
company or telephone company. The
Seetion 1. E'very employee of any
cotton ianufactory, street railway or
teleplhont company shall have the same
rtghts and reiedies for any injuries
suffered by him friom the acts or omils
sions of said corporation or Its employes
as alt allowed by law to otber persoi)
not omployes, when the injury results
C from the negligence of a superior agent
or ollicer or of a iperson having a right
to cont.rol or direct the services of a
party Injured ind also when the Injury
results from the negligenco of a follow
servant engaged in another (epartmelt
of labor from that, of the party injured
or a fellow servilnt on another train of
ears or ono eng.tged a bout a different,
force of work.
Knowledge by anlly eiploye Injured
of the defective or unsafe character or
I contitioll of any machinery, ways or
applilanes shall be no dtfence to an
cteion for injury caised thereby, ex
Oept as to conth0tors or engineers .11
eha-ge (f daligcrous or utsafo cars or
nineilivs Noluintarily operated by them.
when di a'h etsuc s from any itjury to
em the legal or personal repre
e es then personl injured shall
have th !s-me r0hts and remedies as
a-e a!aw rIN lto such ropret entta
t.es of 01 h'r pcroiols. Anfly contract
or IC enC t ppressed or Iniplied,
ma.e b' an. employe t41 waiv' the bon
o' hi cetion shall be nuall and
, -is sc,tion1 shall not be cen
cted :, 0ieprive an Y employ of a
cotto Imalmfactory, street railway
e.!mpany or tel- graph company or his
lega: or personal repri-sent.ative of any
;iv or right that he now has by the
aw -f the land.
There have V en elsotious even
to ho r' the t women never
fo1'Ve wo-1 who %rt thin.
is all right, if you are too fat;
and all wrong, if too thin already.
Fat, enough for your habit, is
healthy; a little more, or less, is
no great harm. Too fat, consult
a doctor; too thin, persistently
thin, no matter what cause, take
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
There are many causes of get
ting too thin; they all come
under these two heads: over
work and under-digestion.
Stop over-work, if you can;
but, whether you can or not,
take Scott's Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil, to balance yourself
with your work. You can't live
on it--true-but, by it, you
can. There's a limit, however;
you'll pay for it.
Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver
. Oil is the readiest cure for
b "can't eat," unless it comes of
your doing no work--you can't
long be well and strong, without
6 some sort of activity.
2 The genuine has
a this pioture on it,
i take no other.
If you have not
' triedi it, send for
free sample, its a
2 greeablo taste will -
409 Pearl Street,
- New York.
s 60c. and $1.00; all druggists.
- OU ARE IIERIEBY NOTIFIED
e -th at the Town Council wIll take
action in regard1s to all delInquent Tax
payers on or before t.he 25th day of Jan-.
-uary, 1901. Come forward at once and
Pay your t,ax, as the penalty will be
added and cellection enforced,
By order of the Town Council.
W. S. LANGFORD,
I(.h& T, T. C.lN.
Sher'tff 8 Sale.
S TATE OF SOUTH CA R
-COUNTY OF NE~WBERRY.
David H. Wheeler vs. James Connelly,
BNY VRTUOFI AN EXECUJTION
S. C., on Saloday in February (4th),
1901. The following described real es
)tate, levied on as the property of James
Connolly, to wit: At) that Tract of
land Situated in No. 9 Township, New
berry County, 8. CI., containing Fifty
Acres, more or lass, Recorded in Deed
Book No. 7, page 320, and bounded by
lands on the west by John Hlarmon, on
the south by lands known asl the Leye,
land, on the east by Calk's Perry road
on the unorth by B. W. Mills.
Term s -Cash P'urchaR'er to pay for
stampp i.ndl 1apeSrs.
I hM. M. BUFORD,
Sher eff Newberry County, S.'(7.
Sheriff's Office, Jao, 10, 1901.
On Winter Suits, Ove
We have just inaugurated our Clearar
big lot of Men's and Boys' Suits to be cl
not purchased a Winter Suit now is y
this sale as a cobt sale, for we ntow sell i
Less than Cost, and all
to be closed out wit
The Shoe Hou
The last season puts us further in the
sold more Shoes during the past soasoi
time. This fact alono attests the merit
We have a large stock of Shoes now u
member that JAN MIlSON'S is the plac
In lats, Cap, and all kinds of Gents
AT THE C
Formerly I Oc. a
cake, now reduced to
15c. a box. We are
making a special run
on this Soap for the
benefit of our custom
ers, as we bought a
large supply of it and
we are able to sell it al
a great deal less thar
what it is really worth,
GO TO SMITH'S FO
in great variety, in fancy packages so3
in bulk, for which we claim superioritj
In dI-- C-Icy, permanence and( Ilowrjr
In Justice to Yourself
we ask that you vlidt our store andir b
convin,edi that we are better prepuarc
to supply yotuar want an maniiluit
Interest paid o.. nJ )rsdth in the $avlng
Department ut, he rate of 4 per euni
per anbum from dato of dlepoikt,a
The Colmmlercial Bl
OP~ NEWBERR~Y, S. C.
CAPITAL - - - $50,000 01
We t,rauisact a~ general Banking busi
ness and solicit the necounts of lodi
.viduals, firms and corporatilons,
qEO, W. SUMMERt. L,. W. F,oyr:
GEco. 8. MOwVJCn. P. ('. SMITH1
P. Z. Wn,HON. WV. ii. IUNT.
JNO. M, KINARD, FreQident,.
0..B. MAYER, Z. F. WRIGHUT,
Vice President. CashIert
Notice of Final $ettle
, 3OTIOE IS HERIEBY OIVE!
& that I. will miake a final settle
I 'ent of the estate of Mattie McO Gist
eeaein the oficee of the Probate
Tude fE NswbrryCounty, on the 81
I ay of Februar , 1901,a11.man
4aldschb~ arAd mnieistator of th
A8ministi'ator of the personal eat
of Mattle MoO, Glst, deceased.
rcoats, Woolen Under
ce Sale of all Heavy Winter Goods. A
osed at about half pIWe. If you have
)ur opportinity. We do not advertise
6 great maty Suits for
Woolen Underwear is
hout regard to Cost.
-e of Newberry.
lead In this line than ever. Wo have
I thant wo havo ever sold in a sinilar
s of our Hlboe:.
n hand. 8, when you need Shoes re
Ito buy them.
lurnish ins we are headquarters.
T110 EXPLA NATION
of our success in Shoe selliug lies In the
fact that we pli-ase our patrons Our
Men's Shoes are of the fln,-st, and best
Leather, thoroughly tanned and SeL
soned. he Soles a so tough that
they will out wear two ordinary pairs.
The uppers, while soft and pliable, will
last as long as the soles
'11 "Poslotonn" s is a wonder in that
it. conlines st vles durabilit-y for Po lit
te money. You may p:iv $5.00 hut,
o they wil not, be iny better than the
"listonlan." Try them once and be
We have in immense st-ck of
Ladies' Misses' and
that are a way up In quality but cilte
low in price.
Try us on shoes
S. J. WOOTEN.
EVERY ONE IS
To come and see the
Goods, consisting of
Jewelry, Silver and
Novelties of every de
scription, and prices
Will keep open until
Xmas every evening
Suntil 0 p. m.
Netico of Finaxl Settle
.ta,, I w lil rnako a lineal set tle
rine t Sf t. S- stat 4 of M~Iark Ic4 larkr, do
rceld, in this (,liee of the l'robato
.;ngfo NeheriCony, onth th
I riiiedla'el*y I hereaft..r apply for a
flinal dlsieurgs aLS Admniniest,ruator of t,he
g'nt,ate o.f theu 5( said'ece-ad.
J1. Y. M'iTA LL,
Ac 15imintator of the personal estate
of MIark ( lar k, deceazsedt.
Notice to the Public.
Haiving been wih the Singer Manu-i
facturing Company for the past four
years, and hsaving heen transferred from
L Northz Carolina territ.ory to Newborry,
I desire to announce to the public that
my headquart.ors will be with Mr.
'Todd, the Commission M'*a-chant, where
} 1 will carry a large stock of the cele
brated Singer Machines, Oil antd Nee
dIes. Tro anyone In the cit,y or county
of Now berry, who has an old machine,
and is thinking of exchanging for a
new one, I desire to say if you will let
me show you a Minger, you will find my
price right, and it is the world's verdict
that the Singer leads, and all othere
follow. We have the rounid bobbin,
the improvement over the Oscillator
what we call the 0. B3 Machine, and
.we also have the Vibrator. I will give
as mnucb in exchange for an old ma
chine as any man, and I will guarantee
my pricessare all right.
Remember, it costs nothing to bave
a new Sinner placed In your house on
free trial. If you find the machine as
represented, I will be glad to deal with
- you. They are sold strict,ly on. their
* Remember, we sell on the easiest
Sterms in the world DonVa forget, if
y ou can not find me, aisy'information
etwith Mr. Jas. F. Toddc will always
receive. my prompt attention.
We take in exchange old machines
and pay from *5.00 to *26.00 for themn.
'a ~ Yours very tiyuly,