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THE NEWiWtlEiRCY UUOTTON MAlKET.
Corrected semi-weekly by U. J. Purcell
& Co. October 11, 1901.
Good M iddling........................... 8
Strict M iddling .......................... 7j
M iddling ............................ 71
Lanti for Sale
Sixty acres of good suburban land
one and a half miles south of the city,
for sale. In high state of cultivation.
Apply to le,. Cabaniss. f&t 8t
A Lady's 1'unr,o Found.
A lady's purse has been left at Mower
& Co's. store. The owner can obtain It
by calling at store and identifying same
and paying for this local. It
Persons having business with the
County Superintendent of Educat,ion
will please call at his oilice on Mondays
and Saturdays, as those are his ollice
days. Eug. S. Werts, Sup't. tf
loney to Lonn.
Five years time at 7 per cent interest,
securedby first mortgage on improved
Hunt, Hunt & Ilun-ter, Attorneys.
Go to A. M. Teague's restraurant for
fresh oysters and hot lunches. lie is
also prepared to furnish board by the
week or month at reasonable prices.
17 lbs. sugar for $1
at Palmetto Grocery.
Lumbert Lumberti for Salo.
Good sound Rtout*bedge at I0c per
hundred. Square Lumber at 50n. We
are also prepared to fill bills on short
notice. L,ONC & II AVIID,
tf Silver Street, K. C.
Palmetto Li"er Medicine cured me
of chronic constipation," writes James
Evans, Piedmont, S. U. Sold at Dr.
VanSmith's Drug Store. 1.y
Best country raised
Rust Proof Seed Oats
.' at 6Oc.
Purcell & Scott.
For Biliousness, Jaundice, etc , use
Palmetto Liver Medicine 10 cents at
Dr. Van Smith's Drug Store. ly
Store and four rooms next d; for to
f-tf. MilS. Rt. L. PAYSIN(31It.
Best first p a t e n t
flour at Palmetto Gro
cery at $4.40
Take it all the year round-Palmetto
Liver Medicine. 10 cents at Dr. Van
Smith's Drug Store. ly
The llst Preorlptlon for Malaria
Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tast 3less form. No
cure, no pay. Price 50o.
Our Ageat at Prosperity
4_ Prof. R C. Counts is our authorized
'f~ agent, at Prosperity and surrounding
community, and will receipt for sub
- scriptions for the Herald and News,
~'and if you are not a subscriber he will
*be pleased to take your name.
Tho'i4usandis Sent into Exile.
Every year a large numiber of poor
*. sufferers whose lungs are sore andI
racked with coughs are urged to go to
Sanother climate. But this is castly and
not aiways sure. Don't be an exile
when Dr. King's Newv Discovery for
Consumption will cure you at home.
It,s the miost infrallible miedicinie for
Coughs, Colds, and( all Throat and
hung dilseaes on eart h. The first dose
brings relief. Astounding cures result
from persistent use. Tirial b-itt he free
~t ali druggist. Price 50le and St.00
Ofror wVinenrop conegog.
WinthropCollege, Rock Hill, opened
its fall session WVednesday. The follow
ing young ladles of this count,y are at
tendIng that institution: Misses Rosa
Moore, Leona Bpting, Helen Goggans,
Lurline Evans, CarrIe and Maggie
Gibson, Carrie Hun ter, Carrie uford,
Ellie Hlulett, Zonie Neel and Mamie
Food (itan,gedl to Potaan.
Putrefying food in the intestines p)ro
hepsnsfrom clogged bowels, gen tly,
Only 25c at all diruggIsts.
- relatives, friends and aicquain
'$i M r. and Mi rs. .James 0. Lane
tances' Ih3, lace B Todd-father of
and Mr. W .' ,d e invIted to attend the
the deceased- 'o - Ted d from their
funeral of Milton W.! at 4 o'clock.
residence this afternoon2, hour t,o be
Services prompiltly at. that, .* Holmes,
conducted by the R3ev. W. S. 3 bins
together with the Knights of PA r
of which the deceased was a mnemCs
Strickenl With P'araylss.
Henderson Grimett, of this place,
was stricken with part,ial pat alysis and
completely lost the use of one arm and
side. After being treated by an eml
nent physicianl for quite a while with
out relief, my wife recommended (Jham
berlain's Pain Balm, and after using
two bottles of it he is almost entirely
cured. -Gee. P. McDonald, Man. Logan
counlty, W, Va. Several other very re
markable cures of part,ial paralysie
have been effected by the use of this
liniment. It Is most widely known,
however, as a cure for rheumat ism,
srains and bruises. Sold by W. 10.
VA RIOUS ANI) ALL A19OU r.
The Sta'o Fair is only three weeks
Painters see notice published else
Chronothanatoletron tonight at the
The County Teachers' Association
will meet tomorrow.
The bell rang from the tower of the
now Methodist church yesterday.
The Southern road had a lame on
gine yesterday and Tuesday and was
from an hour to two hours late each
County Superintendent of Education
Eugene S Werts says his olice days
hereafter will be Mondays and Satur
There was no show at the opera house
last night. The great Clivett etranded
in Greenville and returned to the North
Mr. John W. Roeder is now with the
Palmetto Grocery store and will be
pleased to have his friends give him a
Tho United States Court will aon
vone in Greenville next week. Seine
of the Newberry police will have to at
tend as witnesses.
Watch out for the Ewart-Pifer ad in
our next paper,and In the meuantime call
and inspect their superb line of cloth
ing, shoes, furnishings, hats, etc.
A decided improvement ii the elec
tric lights is noticeable since Fred
Russell took charge of the trimming.
Observer. We second the motion and
Services will be held in St. Luke's
Episcopal church next Sunday morn
ing at 11 o'clock, also in the afternoon.
Services will be conducted by Rector
W. S. Holmes.
Rev. W. M. Pinson, of Newberry,
will preach a special sermon at Pine
Pleasant church Sunday the 13th at 11
o'clock. Subject, Mormonism, Its his
tory and its teaching.-Saluda Senti
How is this for a live town: "There
were 47 wagons in Newherry from
Saluda last Friday. The day before
we met 2:3 between the steel bridge and
Newherry returning home full of bun
Master Maifett Hunter was bitten by
a spider Tuesday afternoon and came
near dying from the bite. Soon after
the sting he became very sick and Dr
Gilder had to work hard to save his
life. le is still :juite sick, but is out
The second att action at the opera
house under the auspices of the New
berry Lyceum, was held Tuesday
night. The numbers on the harp were
good, but the singing and recitations
were not as good as Newberry audi
ences are accustomed to. Home talent
would be by far preferable.
Five or six of the young Americans
of Newberry decided Wednesday to
take a trip a few miles in the country
and see a butcher kill a beef. Night
came on them unawares and they were
caught ouit in the dark. As a result.
there were somne wor,'ied parents amid
scared youths. The boys got los.t o:,
their way back to town, and it was 1
o'clock before they all got In. The
boys can tell the rest.
Miss Lou Hatton is visiting in Clin
Mr. 8. B. Jones went to Columbia
Mr. Jas. R D)avidsonm has returned
Cot. 0. L Sch umpert went to Spar
Col. C. J1. Purcell returned Wednes
day from Washington.
W. H. Lyles, l'sq., of Columbia, was
in the city Wednesday.
R. Hi. Welch, Eug., went to Columbia
Wednesday on professional business.
Mr. Frank B. McIntosh, of Columbia,
came up Wednesday on a business trip.
Mr. 13. 0. Duncan, who is buying
cotton in Cheraw, spent yesterday in
Messrs C. W. Bishop and A. T.
Brown returned yesterday from the
Laurens County fair.
Mr. Robert, Land, of Augusta, will
arrive in Newberry today on a visit to
his sisterf Mrs. John M. Kinard.
County Superintendent of Education
Eugene S. Werts spent a part of Tumes
day and Wednesday in Columbia.
Mr. J. S. Land, general agent of the
Penn Mutual Insurance Association,
spenmt a few days In the city this week
in the interest of his comp)any,
Jon. C. Goggans, .Jr., left Wednes
dlay for Clemson College to take a
course In electricity. Mr. Charlcy
Speck has his p'ace with the water
Miss Kate Lou Neel left on Wednes
day for Rock Hill to resume her duty
as teacher in Winthrop College. She
returned only a few days ago from a
tour of iEurope.
Mr. T. 0. Stewart left, on Wednesday
fo'-W~ashlngton to look to his interest
in t,he contest for tno postmastership
of the Newberry postoflice. Is many
friends hope that lie will be successful.
Miss Lizzie Decan has recently been
trat eferred from the oflico of the WVest
emn nion Telegrap,h Company in New
berry to the office in Atlanta. The
promot en hi a deserved one.-Green
ville New 9, 8th. Miss Lizzie Dean was
transferred from Abbeville to Atlanta,
and Miss Daisy Dean, who has been in
Newberr'y, ($ in charge of the A bbeville
Highest price p)aid for hides.
f & t. If. A. M. Teague.
liargrovo Hent Up
Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock a
preliminary trial was held in the case
of Will S. llargrove, charget with
housebreaking and larceny, break
ing in and stealing $22.77 worth of
cloth last Saturday night from the
Newberry Cotton mill, an account of
which was published in our last paper.
Magistrate ChappelL decded after
hearing the testimony submitted to
bind Mr. Hlargrove over to the Circuit,
court. Mr. H1argrove gave the $2()
bond and went his way. The case is It
peculiarly sad one, Mr. Iiargrove be
b.g whi o and of a good faitly.
IUHI: CIAO,1I It i:CovA."I:-t).
Monday morning several lit,tle ne
groes while playing under the O'Neall
bridge discovered some cloth, which
proved to be of the saime quality of
that found with Mr IIurgrovo. h'le
little daurkies reported their Miad to
their parents and they to the chief of
police. Chief Hunter on investigation
found 260 yards of cloth nnder the
bridge. They have sonie slight clews
and are working on the case. l"urther
developments are expected In a few
The United States Court.
The United States Circuit, court will
convene in Columbia on the third ''ues
day In November, and the following
persons from this county have been
drawn ts jurors:
Grand Juror--H. C. Moseley, Pros
perity. Petit Juror-B F. Cannon,
liecotning ai Manufacturing Centre.
The contract for building a ten thou
sand spindle cotto,t mill for Newberry
has been awarded and the work is to
go on at once. Newherry already has
one of the linest mills in the State, and
she is to be congratulated upon "hust
ling" up another. Newberry is fast
becoming a cent,re for manufacturing
industries of various kinds -Ilorse
creek Valley, 5th.
More (lootd for Ia s Mon,e.y
-The Bee hive of Bargains is the
place to visit when looking for genuine
bargains. Any establishment that ear
ries the stock that, is to be found here
is in position to give its customers bar
gains of the greatest value. There is
where you find what you want at prices
you can atTord to pay. Remember 0.
Klettner, the fair and square dealer,
when you want. "more goods for less
money.". See ad.
lfroIl0 allfat 0 1 r l1
Won the Bacon at I.anr,Is.
Mr. A. T. Brown came >m
Laurens yesterday where he
exhibiting some of his line sto.
Laurens County fair. Mr. B
what he went after. In the i ..tning
race, "Lillie Brown" won first, prize,
$30 HIe also won second prize in the
pacing race. We hope to Bee Mr. Brown
capture the prizes at the State Fair.
Mi. Brown had six horses ini Laurenms
and Is satisfied with the results.
Every Healthy ilny.
hikes to get himself into places of dlan
ger. Hence bruises, strains and sprains.
Mother scolds and brings out, the bot
t,le of Perry Davis' Pain-Killer and
rubs It on the injured spots with an
energy arnd frequency depending on
the seriousness of the case. There is
nothing like Pain-Killer to take out
the soreness. There Is but one Pain
killer, Perry David'. Price 25c. and
To Memibers of Cannon's Creek Alliance.
Several of the Alliances in the county
are reorganizing. Those of the old
members of Cannon's Creek Alliance
who would like 'to reorganize will
meet at the school house on next Satuir
day, October 12, at 2 o'clock for that
purpose. ECvery man must use his own
judgoment as to the necessity of a far
mers organ ization, and act accordingly.
I shall therefore meet such as t,hink
reorganizing necessary, at the time
and place mentioned, and do all T can
to help themi in the etfort.
Jno. F. Banks.
Sept. 23, 1901.
01(1 People Have Thteir Troubles.
Mr. Francis Litt,le, of Benton Har'
bor, Mieh., is over eIght,y years of age.
Since 1855 he has been troubled more
or less with indigest,ion and constipa
tion anid has tried almost everything ini
use for those ailments. Last, August
he began using Chamberlain' Stomach
and Liver Tablets and was soon feeling
much better. in a recent letter he
says, "I have uisedh three boxes of the
Trablets and now think I am well."
These Tablets improve the appetite
and invigbrate the stomach, liver and
bowels. For sale by W. 10. Polham.
Uates to Atlanta Fair.
On account of the Southern Inte. -
state Faitr, Atlanta, Ga., October 9-20,
the Southern Rtail way company wIl11
sell tickets, one first-class fare for t,he
round trip, plus 50c., one admission to
the fair grounds. Tickets on sale Octo
ber 11, 16, 17, 22, 24, final limit October
29 J. A. Blurtoni, agent.
Best first p a t ent
flour at Palmetto Gro
cery at $4.40.
'rry Palmetto Liver Medicine for in
digestioni. 10 cents at D)r. Van Smith's
Drug Rtore. t y
micAII) CON VICT VAP'TUICKI).
A Yong Cocnvtiet D I:4li'd fromal tho Juve.
' t lte(r.frtntuato1-y Ian lrXIIhg Kton.
U pturot by I'll11e1ta)1 1 Itraid
toy aaad 4'nrir In Now
'elegran was received here last
Tue-day from Shel i1 Ilufor.1, who was
in Colnumbila at the time, to look out
for at Noulng nergro contviot., who had es
caped the IIgI.ht, ;Ir-Vi(us frot 1n the
ji ventile reformattory in ItxIngtoi
the city poliee an d d1-iputy sherillf
were on the Iok out. for the young
cri m1in. who hatl been e"'nvicted It
(;re .>wood on a challr- e of arson ant1
setteoeed to 1.) y1"atr, and c1' h lrain
Wvdnesday tuorning about : o'cl('-k
Policemen liradley and 'arter nt(1. the
north bound t,in on the ('., N..\ I.,
and soon located 1.he boy, whol, with
somnc a81stnatice of the lrain crew,
they succeedeu in eat,eh ng.
The boy was about 17 years of age
and said he walked all the way from
Columbia througi the woods, and on
arriving here was given an old suit of
clothes by somo negroes and was in the
act of mounting a train when ho Was
A reward of $50 had been offered for
his alt.ure and when Mr. Carter ear
vied the boy to Columbia Wednesday
the conductor claimed half the reward,
and it is yet unsettled.
lit Kvpt 111K Leg.
Twelve years ago J. W. Sullivan, of
11)artford, Con., svratched hi -s -g wit t
at rust.y wire. Inilammio11)n anid blon(d
poisoniog set inl. For two N ears he
suifered intensely. Then the best doe
Lors urged amnputatin. "but," he
writes, "1 used11 one bottle of Elect rie
Bit ters and I I 2 hoxes of ltuneklen's
Artica Salve and nmy leg wus sound
and well as ever.' For Eruptins,
F.Geia. Totter, Salt. Itheun, Mores
and all blood disorders Electric Bitters
has nlo rival oin earth. Try them. All
druggist will garantee satisfaction or
refund Ioney. Only 50 cents.
You Kn)ow What. You Are Takilig
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic becatuse the fotnular is plainly
printed on every hottle showing that it
is simply I ron and quinIne in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. SOc.
WMen you make money in
and spend your money olsewhero.
to those who knowing that the
NEWIBERRY STEAM LAUNDRY
doos the best work and yet
SEND IT AWAY.
Homo Proprietors, Home Capi
tal, H-1ono I+nployos.
THEY ASK HOME WORK.
Notice to Trespassers.
A LL PElRSONS ARIC HEtiEBlY
.Lforb idden from hunting or other
wilse tresplassing ulpon my p)remises,
about two miles e::mt of JIalap)a. Par
ties violating this notice will be dlealt
with aiceo'ding to law.
MRS JANIE A. MONTGOMEltY.
Annual Meeting Stock
T IllE ANN UAL MIEITING 0OF TillC
MtokholderIs of t,he Co11 luiaL,
N ewhlerry and Laurens R. R. Co , will
be held In Presidents ofllce at 120o'clock,
oni Tuesday, October 15, 1901
Notice of Application
for a oharter.
N OTGl I IRECBY GTVECN
Smyrna Pre'sb)yte'rianl Church, in the
County of Newberry, State of South
Carolina, after the expiration of three
days from publication of this notice
will applly to Secretary of State to
grant a charter to them and others
under t,me name of Smyrna Presbyter
ian Church, the objects of such corpo
ration being religious.
J. S. BIOOZlCR,
TP. P. PITTSi',
GCO. P. BOOZIEl,
V. C. WI LSON.
Notice of Final SettIclnt andl Dlichalics
NOTCICIS H ERFRY (lVEN TH'1 A T
iNOill1 make at final Settlement oin
t,he estat,c of Mrs. Anna N. Hlat,ton, de->
ceased, in the P'rontate Court for New
berry County, S. C., on Monday, the
28t,h (lay of October, A. D. 1901, at 11
o'clock in t,he forenoon, and wvill Im
mediately thereafter apply for lett,ers
Sept,. 27, 1001. A dministrator.
Notice to Creditors.
N'OTICE IS I HCEIIEY GIVEN TO
Nall pers5ons holding claims against.
the estate of \VilliamT.Htnad
A nna E Hlatt,on, dleceased, to render Inl
the same (July at,tested, to t,he under
signed on or before the 17th dJay of Oc
toher-, A. D). 19101. D)A VID) 1ll UP,
Sept. 26, 1901. Ad ministrator.
Natioiil Ball of Newbey 8 C
(swranJ,aunr IN 1871i.)}
Surplus and Profits - 96,865.88
Ge.neral banking business LIransactedI
with promnptness. Special attentIon to
collections. Correspondence solicetted
D)eposits ailowedl interest at, the rat,e
of 4 per cent per annum from date of
deposit. Interest payable .January Ist
and July 1st of each year.
M. A. C \RI r.rs, Prest,.
T. S. D)INcOAN. Cashier.
J. wV 1 M MNS, Ass t C'.
\\ 1 ," 1 Q \ \ ),I
iait tt No Ndor o
tha, e~r wan to saye
tract tuhte n y -
ts use inptics cu o at
thtwe have ecureds
tract you when you ex
amine the Tools, etc.,
in our big stock of hard
NEWBERRY llllPWARi 60.
BUN THE MIDNIGHT uIb,
We Have the Lamps.
Lamps Cheap, but
Not Cheap Lamps!
Also all the req!utisitOs for tho Toi1lot:
Riazors, 8trups, Lathor Bruslhes,
avi' an1d 'Foilot Soaps, Toilot
Powdors ad I'erfu morV.
Wo invito your patronage.
We handle Wiley's
To Levy a Tax for Oriinary Towii Piw
11o80s for the Fiscal Year Ending
Dleccmacr3l31, 1901, anid to Meet the
Iitrcst onl the Ojicra House Boinds,
1)1M11 IT )tA IND EL) Y TII f
J Maiyor andI( Aldermen of tbe
T'owni of Newhecrry, S. (., in CJontneil
aLssemledC, andi by au thori t,y of the
Sia('rION 1. That, a tax of sIiy-two
aind a half cents on each one hundred
dlollars wor'th of real and personal
Drop)erty of the Town of Newberry,
S. (I., (exeept the propterty of churches
and inst,itutions of lear'ning), Is hereby
levied, and shall be paid into thle
T'reasuriy of the~ said Town, to be0 usedl
for otrd inary Townv' putrposes.
SleCTiLON 2. ThaIttt a t,ax of seven al11d
a halfI enton LOt ech one hundtiredoil(0
ILrs worth of real a nd personal prtop-.
ert,y in the Tiown of Ne whberry, S. C.,
(exeept t,he property of chttrches and
i nstitLutioins of leatin iig), is htereby
levied, autd shall b,e pid in to t he 'Treais
u ry of the stido Town for the purpose
o pai te interest on the Opera
Si:CTiioN :. TIhait tho f xes herein
levied shall he pid to the Clerk and
''reasti rer of the said 'To wn in lawful
money of the IJn ited St,ates, from the
25th dayt of October t,o the 26th day of
HIC('ioN -1 'That a fter t he 2(it,h dasy
of Novetmbir, 19101, a pienal ty of len (10)
p)er centt shall be added t.o all taxes in
D one aind rattelled n rder the Corporatei
stA b|1 Seal of thei s tin 'Towit, th is the
3rd d ty of Sepit -mher, 1901.
Of IfO K I ElTN i'[,
A ttest: M ay or.
W S L,ANGF'OtD,
(Clerk antd T'reasutrer, 'T C. N.
TJwo and a half mi,ills Watter and
l'lec iric Li ghits
ilattielcIvar be avail,
(B. M. of Wlomna's College, Richmond,Va.)
8)ccial Attenitioni Paid to Beginniers.
Studio over Mower's
Septembor 2nd, 1901.
Tf1lS---$25 liel'8 Lol s
BAKING F is
Ill givo it
figo' Wilt) h1l
81RQ at ur HI/t
So work hard.
Vo furnish tll mi
Hw410t, milk, andl
You 110t Como in
day inld rogistor.
Every man, lady and
boy should have agood
time piece. Come and
buy it of us as we hav,
a large selection.
If your watch, clock
or jewelry needs repair
bring it to us and we
will put it in good or
We also have a nice
Wear and Glass.
Asthmalene Brings Instai
Cure in /
SEN'T A BSOLUT ILY FI EI'E
"W'rite Yot.r lcifa,.o c
A ne naom ege usana z In w
opiu , mophie, cloroormor oher
Dit T 1."r111ts M DICIE i0
My)Uf) wifefIiI o me,edi takfin it, abuthe
and heis enitie li e fro al m
olrec om 1n c.e eicn tc,o oii all whoune ar
ent,-n: ia wlas ronye witherA,tI
witrted wi 3th t,re bottle.k I fo it
fi z b ott le an d I'O a m L Aver grainefuit
for sxear as e nabrly re toawrk ni a3m
busiones ee day Thi t,st,lmony yr
I)."Iom addres, 35 EICiingt.Conse.
CO,9ntatn I3 wah St,u N. it s,
TO h ere re al kind ofei theyav i fa l'
sItr wth ha at,ricte ho ate t,Io ridm t
fullyH . rst,t di, satisf io er s ta t bf
go i eartw, u owr,pt nt,h thnwerk.ey w'
)T he lass o f~ people wPho b t he~t ST:yV
Tlouiei 'd A ss ae~ ,h vensry ft.
tol n deraX alone t onhe dd ri
wher anyoe nilks of en Iunih I'
rn.temembey have heeardi"ihost, tr.
Wie todayt nn tret iwahoy IcoSI
ebigh prftsd b ther inse nottaloer. i
whenanyon M el ohanufat,ur, ibiioe, Il
Waroroom., 213 N. ryon st... Chariot.to.
bit handsotin Mick's Junicr
tho girl nundor 1 1 yoarm of
ATClj OF BISrJWT
ro on a big l i'wk' Steel
IS THE DAY.
Learn to cook.
boforo the grout. ![
Dill blu ii i2 v U,::,
Sun of London.
Why not, give mo a portion m
your riHk. ( )ver 1 .t ur .
URE FREE i
it Relief and Permanent
ON It,EIIIT 'F PO'AL.
nzc. .4Adlre:.:s ='lcUinly.
Thre8 noth inrg likho A81tbnuialleno.
brinigs inti tit, relief, eve'i i o the
ja-rt. cases. 11. (8urts when n'~ ilt I he
-.Aat tell you1 hotw t.Ibatnkfu.i h1 et lor
ta goodl nerived from int. I was. at ila vt,
latined wil.hi 1tLrul hor t hraa t.am'ti .\m. i
at for 1,en ytutra.. I iIuspao-edtt tf *..v r lt..
o CureL of t itb dIrt'itt il ad tat-rh. t,a,g
a.ense,t Asthmaua, ad t houaght a.r n h-t
e*rsptokeni youir$elvts, nol t tom. o**
Rev. Dr. Morris Wechsler,
R~abih of tin- Ct,an.-ha 1 Is.
New 'a u, k, .host 8. iii,
taellenat remed(y fori ,Ai'lhma andt I ay
IverI, anYd i1 ts omiti on IIValva's aLl
I 11u1ceths is4 aistOnishin aii a (Iwo)w-tItal.
(tan Htalta that A 4Ihmalniw at )t.ain,a- no
Very tiril y your ,
AVON SI'RIlNGs, N. Ya., I"tb. 1. 1901.
rOmf 8(en1se of diiiy, havlogij t,est.d a ha'
r t.hu curo ol \A,bthm-1. A'll- wife h -
the paist 12 ye*ai.,. llaving. t-xhatao;.i
(1han1ed to seet. yourIi tsigni upo .ttia ar
I )1t once btiated a b st-thj o'f A an
et. of No,vembt8r I 'tery 8)oon to h.I
toms i. I foull I lat, I tcan er i :v
aillictedl with W ill d i r ...iin ial
, O. 1). I1110 LI i I).
mat for 22 y ears. I hanve ta a t.t.
f ait once. I haive sincae ptra a i yt.:
I hatve famiily of fourt t'bihtl a. . i
niow irn tIhe best, of hecalath andaa :am tam-a
can imake such ne of*' a- y30t sea fit,.
67 ICaist I2lith 81., Newv Yor.ik City.
FItEE ON UlEGEIPT OF POSTAL.
SOLD 1Y ALL DIlUGIS.
anmo business, but,tIia th l matest, comnpitt I
en' Jy, is the man.1 wh Itt)s*a to au- a w -
We wouldl adlvisa staet men als thit to
,ste in such11 work at ti is bonth ii ing new
IP10F I PA NOS i're the be.t, peaopleO On
nied by3 e'very little wind tha blo1ws,
it. Pianos maiide, anld aire s-old all oCer 11h0
ble S PTIU"IF I IA NO all t hec Lime, and
meth ing as g,ood for 1less mony--just
on the ST11IIFF' PIANO anid save the
4d , North and South Carolina Branch
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