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TIIR OOLtrMIUA flEItALD: F1UDAV, JULY To. lS'JS. 3
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NK.vroi.m, July 10. After two week's
absence from the Hkkald's columns,
I will try once more to give the items
of our little village.
Minn Lizzie Sanders visited relatives
at Southport and IMgbyville not long
Mioses Corinne and Maude Hrown, of
Nashville, spent a few days with friends
Mrs. All v, of Nashville, id the guest
of Mre. W. J. Allen.
Little Miss Mary Sunders, of Pigby
ville, epent last week at the home of
M r. J. A. Sanders.
M r. and Mrs. Henry Evans wpre the
truest of her mother", Mrs. W.J. Allen,
a few days lad week.
Mrs. lien Thompson and two little
children came out from Nashville
Saturday and are at present the guests
of Mrs T. L. Allen.
Miss Maggie Eubank is visiting in
Little Miss Levonia and Master
C'lvdo Moore are visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Neshitt. of Dark's
Mills, visited friends here recently.
Wheat has about all been threshed in
With best wishes to all, I close.
We offer one hundred dollars reward for
Any case of Catarrh that can not be cured
by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F.J. CHUNKY CO.. Props., Toledo. O.
We the undersigned, have known F. J
Cheney for the lust 15 years, and believe
hint perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations niaue ny tneir nrm.
West Truax, Wholesale Druggist, To
Walding, Klnnan A Marvin. Wholesale
liruttgists, Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
actiiiK directly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of the system. Trice 75 cents per
bottle, sold tiv an Druggists, losiinio
n in Is free. Hall's Family Fills are the best
Mendames W. II. Coffey and J. C. Hobbs.
Mr. d d Hobbs and family, of Kv,
have returned home, after a few week's
visit to the family of Mr. B. F. Hobbs.
J.Shelby Coffey, of Columbia, Is at
home with a crippled foct.
With kind regards to all correspon
dents, we lemain yours truly.
Pi2tttKNUBIAN TEA cures Dypep-
I IMIIIVI 3 8;a) Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cU.
Hold by A. K. KA1XS, Columbia, Teun.
TlocK SIDE. Jlllv 10 After two wnolc'a
absence we cmno again with what.
news we have gathered.
liro. hubank tilled his regular
pointment at Mt. Olivet to-day.
v e are sorry to hear of our dear oU
Brother MeKennon's death. He will
be sadly missed at Mt. Olivet. We ex
tend our heartfelt sympathy to the be
reaved ones, and say to them, "Weep
not as those that have no hop";" for we
feel assured that the spirit or this good
ly christian man has gone to a world
where pleasure never dies and sorrow
is not known.
Miss Lucy Owen returned home Fri
day from Santa Fe, where she spent a
weeK. Little Miss Willie Delle Sowell
accompanied her home to spend a week.
.Mr. mvis Mitchell and sister M iss
Susie, paid a visit to Nashville Satur
We have a great deal of sickness
Mr. Clifton Owen is on the sick list,
We have an interesting uraver-
meetnig at Mt. Olivet every Saturday
"gill. UUASTA AND UDU'M.
Thry Are Still at Camp Herrlit, Itut are
Making Good I'se ofllieir Time
In Drill Practice.
JlT. ZI0. AMI III ETA.
M r. Zion, Julv 10 Bro. Harvey Hull
preached an excellent sermon to-day at
There was a largecrowd out at prayer
meeting Saturday night at Mt, ion
We are glad to see so much interest
manifested. Mav the good work go on
and on, and may much good be accom
Mr. Charley South all and Miss Carrie
Oakley have returned home after spend
ing sever l (lavs with relatives aud
friends at Franklin.
Mr. I pperson, of Nashville, was the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. Nannie bal-
ton, last weeK.
Little Miss Bessie Mai Goad is spend
ing this week with her grand-parents.
Mr. and Mrs. M. T. hite.
Mrs. Mildred Godwin, of (iodwin, has
returned home after spending several
Uv with Mrs. N. K. Pewette.
'Cleo" paid a visit to her grand
parents ami also to her grext grand
mother not long stuo. W e were sorry
to find our great grand mother very
Mr. I'ink Dodson, of Columbia, came
out lat Niinrt on a visit t his f.ith'r
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. George I) id
Sorrv to report Miss Lou Thomas
dangerousl y ill. She is not expected to
live many days.
Mr. John Sedberrv, Sr., is also very
sick at this writing.
As news is about exhausted, we will
close, hotdnir to do better next time.
With best wishes to the Hpralp and
its many readers, we are the same.
RHEUMATISM t'l'RED IN A DAT.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3 days
Its action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterious. It removes at once
the cause and the disease immediately
disappears. The first dose greatly bene-
nis; d cents, bold by A. a. Kains, drug
gist. uoiumD lenn. octiosm
Cupid breaks his bow at the sight of a
face full of pimples. Hollow cheeks,
sunken eves, and a sallow complexion
will defv'his best intentions. Beauty is
more than skin deep. Theskin is mere
lv tli surface on which is written lit
lilain characters the condition of the
Lodv. Dr. Pierce'sGolden Medical Dis
covert is good for the complexion be
cause it makes the whole body healthy
because it clears and purities the
Mood, makes the digestion strong and
clears out imnrities of all kinds. By
increasing the ability to assimilate nu
tricioiis food, and by'the Infusion of its
own inurredents it' enriches the blood
and so makes solid, healthy flesh. It
cures diseases of the lungs, liver, stom
ach. bowels, skin and scalp, simply be-
cause all these diseases soring from the
same cause a disordered digestion aua
a consequent impure blood.
Camimiei.i.'s Station, July 11
AYheat threshing is almost completed
in this section: the yield was com
aratively good, but not so good as last
-eason: the increasea acreage, now
ver. will make nn the loss. Only two
cars of rjotatoes shipped from this sta
tion. I'orn and other vegetation is
looking fairly well after last week's
Hev. Grey occupied his pulpit at the
1 Church last Sunday morning.
Hev. McLaurine, of Lynnville, will
tireach at the Christian ' Church next
.Sunday morning and evening.
Mr. Clarence (iracv has returned
from a ten day's business trip to Mt
Miss Lula McS!-.aw is on a visit to her
On the morning of June 2H, Ruby, the
little one-year-old daughter of Mr. ana
Mrs. J. B. Kerr, peacefully passed Into
the bright beyond. ThVparents have
hi r warmest svnin.ltbv.
l'rof. Tom Peeples. who recently re
turned from Texas, went down to Pu
laski last week, where he purchased a
very desirable piece of property, and
will locate in that town, where he and
Mrs. Peebles will conduct a first-class
Mr. Groves M artin attended the Popu
list State Convention in Nashville last
Mr. and Mrs. Mit Coeglns, of tiod
win. were with the family of Mr.
Conner Coggins l ist week.
Mr. Sam Wells, of New Decatur, Ala
spent last week with relatives here.
Misses Lizzie Martin and Alice Coch
ran are attending the Christian En
deavor Convention in Nashville.
Mr. Jordan llohlis left Ust week for
Decatur, Ala , where he accepts a posi
tion in the L. A- N.ear shops.
Mr. June Martin is visiting relatives
The Misses Gracy are at Elkmont
Springs, foi a few weeks sojourn.
There will be an ice cream festival
given in Campbells station school build
ing next Friday evenintr, the 15th;
arrangements are being made to de
lightfully entertain a large crowd.
Music will be furnished by the Lynn
viUe string band. Everybody cordially
invited lo attend. The proceeds will go
towards aiding in building a Cemetery
M rs. A. C. Allen and children, of Hur
ricane, spent last week with Mrs. Bruce
Mrs. W. T. Wells and children, of
l oadview, are on a visit to her sisters,
Water Vai.lky, Julv 10. Bro. Ow
ing preached a tine sermon at the Meth
odist etiuren tnis morning, from Luke
14: 27; a very large congregation listen
ed to his scholary discourse.
1 no tnird quarterly conference of the
Santa Fe circuit will lie held on ihe
fourth Saturday and Sunday in this
month. Theservues will be protrac
ted. Bro. Owings will be assisted by
Revs. Curry and Eubanks. We trust
much good mav be done by those servi
ces. I here will be two sermons each
dav ; no night service.
Bro. Dale, of the Santa Fe C. P.
Church, preached at the I'niou church
tins alternoou from 1 John, one
member was received Into the church.
Bro. Dale will hold a series of meetings
at the church, beginning the fifth Sun
day in this inoiiih. He will be assisted
by Hevs. Whittakerand Eshman.
Key. Fitzgeruld and Puckettare hold
ing a protracted meeting at the Baptist
church this week. We trust the power
of Uod mav descend on all these serv
ces, and that inanv poor sinners may be
brought to Christ.
Mr. Pierce Alexander of West Ten
nessee, is with relatives here.
Mrs. Dallas Alexauder is ouile sick
at this writing.
Louis Hutcheson is very low with
There is a colored iamiiy living on
the farm of Mr. Frank Craig, who have
nine children, eight of whom are very
low with typhoid fever. We beard it
reported to-day that one of them died
Mr. J. L. Williams and family will
leave in a few days for a three week's
stay at Primm's .springs.
Mr. Marvin 'olmson of .eoo, was
with friends here to-dav.
Mrs. Lizzie Forgev and Miss Beulah
Bratton are visiting friends and reia
lives near Mt. Plea.-nit, this week.
Mrs. J. P. Johnson, who has been in
disposed for gomu weeks, is conviles
Mrs. Belle Johnson, of Turkey Creek,
was visiting relatives in our village re
Miss Kmma Kinzer was me guesi oi
Santa Fe friends, for a few days last
Mr and Mrs. David Booker are re
ioicing over a tiny young gentleman
who arrived at tneir home last, weea.
We learn his name is Dewey.
Sax Francisco, Cal
July2, INK. j
Ml Drtir .Viit: Your letter was re
ceived a few da s ago, and sister's yes
terday; both greatly enjoyed, read and
re-read with as much pleasure the last
time as the first. ou can't realize
what a home letter means to a soldier.
If I can't get one myself I enjoy seeing
another boy get one. The great majori
ty of us have never before been so far
from home, and none of us have ever
been away from home on the errand
we are now sent upon. It will be a long
time before any of us see dear old Ten
nessee again, and, sad to say, some,
maybe many, never will.
It Is cold this morning. I slept under
two heavy blankets, yet was not com
fortable through the night. The con
stant ocean breeze is more than cool.
Our Hegiinent is encamped near the
central part of Camp Merritt. The only
onjection we nave to our encampment
is that the ground is covered with
about six inches of tine sand. This we
have to wade through all day long. It
is a regular Ilea incubator. The drill
ground is about a mile from the camp
upon a hill. This hill we have to climb
twice a day. It is not a good drill
ground, for 'it is at no place level. Be
sides, it is covered with dry grass, and
after we have drilled awhile on it our
shoes get so slick that we can hardly
walk at all. However, we will soon
wear this grass out.
Yesterday morning Mo lor Bayless
carried us out for a battallion drill, and
also for a skirmish drill. We formed
regular tiring, scouting, skirmish and
redef lines, and charged to the top of
a hill a mile distant, though sand, low
bushes and a kind or weed fun ot
thorns. Three men fell out on the
charge. We then tormed, lined up and
charged back upon the hill we had just
left. We were tired when we got to
There are more than ten thousand or
us here. We are not far from "The
Golden Gate,'' where Uncle Sam has
his big guns. Should the enemy s
ships pass through this and get around
in the bay, they could annihilate an
Francisco and the other cities on the
Don Martin and Bond Ream, (my
Indian boy friend at Wall it Mooney's)
came in with the recruits from lennes
see. They are in Co. C, next to us. I
was glad lo see them, and felt they put
me in closer touch with Tennessee.
The people are good to us here. They
sew for us, give us eatables, furnish
lot of l.lankets, clothing, knap-sacks,
stamp letters, and wait on our cick.
But you will see ihe reports of their
noble work in "The San Francisco
Daily Chronicle," I have ordered sent
to you for awhile.
The l e ple hei e who we'e in the last
war say hat inev are not afraid but
whatwp will do honor tootir country, in
battle, for they had a little experiem e
with our fathers One man down town
said he could take the Tennessee Kegi
ment and whip any regiment in 'Fris'-o.
Some old (age) Yankees heard n y II-
ing dow n Mt the ferry the morning we
arrived. They did not know ic'oitwas,
hut, said they knew it was a familiar
xointtl they had not heard in i'l years
We have many visitors m our camp
men, w omen and pretty girls. 1 will
send sister our daily duties, and also u
piece of poetry about us written by a
man here and printed in the "Evening
bulletin." she can send it to the iikr-
ai.p so everyone can see it.
We are now under strict military dis
cipline. Coats have to be buttoned
closely whenever we go out of the Com
pany street. Clothes have to be brush
ed, shoes shined, and then you go be
fore the otneer of the day and be in
spected before vou arp allowed to go to
town, our tents are inspected n see
if thev are well kept.
Kev'elle is sounded at 5 a. m. and
every one must be in line for roll-call
If he fails to be in line, he has extra
wcirk to do, or else has the abominable
tusk of "markingtime," with a big st'ck
of wood on his shoulder, and his feet in
sand six inches deep.
We are free to go where we please
between drills and roll-call, but woe be
to the man who misses roll-call or
V e left Nash vine with several cases
of measles, but most of them are up
now. I he health of the boys is good
I think the majority of us'are fatten
ing. We have all enjoyed several dips
in salt water in Sutro's Baths. We do
not have to take salt-water from doc
t'rs, for we got several big doses
by interested people, we fare very we'l.
I am sorry to say it, but. it is true. We
have already received more favors from
the people of San Francisco than we re
ceived in Nashville all the time we
were there. We received less encour
agement as we passed through Nash
ville than at the smallest place we
passed in Nebraska. Nashville should
be ashamed of herself. But with all her
faults, Tennessee is dearer to me than
I am getting impatient for a letter
My love to all enquiring friends, each
and'every dear one in the home. God
bless you all, and may we some sweet
day again meet together, and not be too
heavily burdened with griefs of war or
sad events in the home life. With love
for j'ou, dear mama, I am 5 our boy,
Erlk C. Taylor.
It is absolutely usele-M to expect r
Surgical operation to cure eencer. o
any other blood diser.se. The cruelty
of such treatment is illustrated in the
alarming number of deaths which re
Bult from it. The disease is in the
blood, and hence rnn not be cut out.
Nine times out of ten the sarjeon'E
knife only hastens death.
My son hd a most r'.lpnant Cancer, fo
which tne doctors said ta operation was thi
only hope. Tlieoppr-
atlon was a severe
one, as H was neces
sary to cut rinwii to
the jaw bo 11 e a n d
acropo it. Before a
great while the Can
cer returned, and be
itan to prow rapidly.
We gsve him many
remedies without re
lipf. and fin ally,
unon the arivlre of a
.iend, decided to
try S. S. 8. (Swlft'F
the second bottle he fcv,Vi
iKitan to improve. After twenty bottles had
been taken, the Cancer disappeared entirely
and he was cured. The cure was a wrmaneiil
one. trit he Is now seventeen years old. and ha'
never Uwi a sign of the dreadful disease to re
turn. J. N. Mcedoch,
279 Snodi-uss St., Dallas, Texas.
Absolutely the only hope for Cancer
Is Swift's Specific,
Valuable to Womf 1;.
F.riccially valuable to women is Browns'
Iron Bitters. Backache vanishes, headuche
.lisaniiears. strength takes the place of
weakness, and the clow of health readily
comes to the pallid cheek when this won
derful remedy ii taken. For sickly children
oroverworked men it lias 110 oqunl. No home
should lie without this famous remedy,
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
M alt.ard, July '.). The health or our
little village is very good at present.
he protracted meeting will hegin at
this place next Sunday, the 17ih, by
Miss Lula Ynunit entertained a few of
her friends last Friday niirht; thor-e
present were Misses Annie Fitzgerald.
Itasca Priest, Mary Price, Lora Sowell
and Lula Young; Messrs. Tom Allen,
Will Coleman, Pleasant Fitznerxld,
Cam Green. Clifford Bunch and John
Bro. Walker preached a very inter
esting sermon at this place last Sunday
to quite a large crowd.
CUBAN OIL cures
Cuts, Burns, Ilruiscs. Rheu
matism and Sores. Trice, 25 cents.
Sold by A. A. KAINS, Columbia, Tenn.
Grovklaxd, July 12 Mr. Cooper, a
very a:t'il 11111 who lived at Thorn.
Mill, died last Thursday uight lrom
consumption. Peceased had been in
feeble health for some months. lie was
an honest, upright man, and a member
of the Baptist church. His remains
were laid to rest in Pleasant Mount
Cemetery. He leaves one son and two
daughters to mourn his death.
Most of the farmers in this vicl'ty
are through threshing wheat. Tae
yield was not as good as last year.
Dr. H. L. Oliver shippel three car
loads of wheat from oroveland last
Kev. Fred S. Mitchell of Coffeeville,
Miss , is visiting homefolks now.
Fletcher Dillehay i- quite sick with
As news is scarce I will close, hoping
to do better next time. K0B15.
'Continued to Serefita' Pi;e.)
frcsh?(?) from the sea while bathing
San r rancisco is quite as li ill v as
Nashville. Tlnik's are not so high
priced here as I lirst supposed. In
Utah we found high prices. There they
asked 40 cents for a little apple pie. We
didn't buy any.
Catholic Truth Society.
July ith. am too tired to attend the
hre-works to-night, and shall nnisn my
letter. We were up briuht and early
this morninir; had early breakfast, and
were in the march to town by 7 o'clock
to take part in the parade. We walked
about it) miles to-day. lo say we were
tired when we tot back, does not half
express it. Every bone in me ached,
We were on the march n'ne hours. The
roughness of the streets, beside which
Nashville's Church ami Cherry streets
are pavements, with their cobbles made
marching so tiresome
Over l-Vi.OOO people were along the line
of march, and the r irtt leunessee re
ceived by far the greatest applause, and
Gen. Otis said Co. F. was the finest and
best drilled C). of the entiie corp."
Capt. Gillem challenged any other C
in caiiroruia to emu agxiust us, out was
not "taken u . ' Gen. Hughes said fiat
Msl Bavless was not only lit for a Ma
or. but would do honor to the title of
Malor-General. Mat. iirags on the hat
UUion and tries to make it the best in
On hearing of the destruction of Cer
vera s Meet last night, our baud assem
bled in front of Maj Bayless's tent and
played "Pixie" (you should have heard
the' boys veil!) "Sewanee Kiver," Mv
Old Kentucky Home" and "star Span
gled Banner." Capt. Whitthorne and
other ollicers made speeches. Capt.
Whit home said be had been invited to
be one of the speakers of the day, hut
that he did not want anymore honor
than that of marching through the
streets with the First Tenn. Itegiment,
to the tune of "Pixie.' We yelled
A pnotograpner came around last
week and took some picture for a paper,
among the number a picture of our,
'culinary department," I have been in
the kitchen this M eek. My arms, to the
e'bow, are blisted over the Are. I, with
six others, cook, wash dishes, etc.
Imagine what it must be to cook for liKi
hungry men. I was washing dishes,
one was peeling potatoes, one holding
up big piece of steak and another stir
ring the soup. A hind quarter of beef
wont run us three meals. We use li'i
loaves of bread each day, box of
crackers and about 30 gallons of coffee
and a large dish pan full ot sugar, and
other things in proportion. We get all
we need, and with nice things given us
as it is the only remedy which goes
to the very bottom of the blood and
forces out every truce of the disease.
8. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable,
and contains no potash, mercury, or
Books on Cancer will be mailed free
to any address by the bwitt cpecinc
Co., Atlanta, Ga.
r- Ting PLOW has been sold for the past year by us in Maury County.
It is used by the most prominent farmers, and they, to a man, pronounce
it superior to any
J. R. Fleming vs. Alfred Stephenson
Pursuant to an ryrder entered at the
June term, of the Worshipful
County Court of Maurv County, Ten
nessee, in the above stj'led cause, I
Saturday, July '2'lrA, 1SDS,
at the Court-house door in the city of
Columbia, Tenn., at 12 o'clock (noon),
sell to the highest and best bidder the
fallowing described house and lot,
situated in the 1st Ward of Columbia,
Tennessee, fronting SHI feet on 3rd
Street, running back between parallel
line ISO feet, hounded north byproperty
of R. P. smith (formerly Bass Moss)
east by Edzar James, south by 3rd
Street and West by Mrs. John Lan
caster, which was conveyed to Robert
Chatlin by deed recorded in Book W,
vol. 3. Dage 27(5. K. O. M. C.
Tkkmsop Sai.k: Said house and lot
will be sold on a credit of six and
twelve months; notes with approved
security will be required of the pur
chaser," and a lien retained upon the
house and lot to secure the payment of
J. F. WILEY. Clerk & Com'r,
W. S. FLEMING, Sol.
they have ever ceen or used. It has neither Point, Land side, Moulboard,
Tongue Traps or Triggers used on other plows, and Is guaranteed not to
wear out, break or get dull in one year from purchase. We guarantee It
one horse lighter under same conditions than any Disc Plow made.
We also sell the
John Deere Disc Plows
that have some new and valuable improvements not to be had on any
plow. If you will call and see what we have you will find we have the
only DISC PLOWS built on correct principles. We have had expe
rience and know whereof we speak.
J. P. Howard, et. al., vs. John R. Hol-
comb, et. al.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan
eery Court at Columbia, made at the
April Term, ls'tH, page 54.3, in the above-
styled case, I will, on
Mouduy, the 25th Day of July, 1SS
in front of the court-bouse door, in Co
lumbia, sell to the highest and best bid
der, the property in said decree aes
cribed. being a lot or parcel of land, !'
1 1 1 . : .1 x" : . 1 . 1 . : .. 1 1 1 1 :
ing anu ueing 10 me .1 inui v i 11 1 osiriui
of Maury County, Tennessee, in Second
Ward of city of Columbia, situated on
theN.W. corne of Ninth and Glade
streets, and bounded north by an alley,
east by Glade street, south by Ninth
street and west by Walter Bain, front
ing about li) feet on Ninth street and
running back about '210 feet to an
alley. Said lot will be sold in two or
more lots, and then as a whole, and the
highest and best bid will be reported
Tkrms ok Sai.k. Said sale will be
made on a credit of (1, 12, '8 and 24
months, and in bar of the equity of re
demption. Notes, drawing interest
from day of sale, with good personal se
curi'y, will be required of the purchas
er, aiid a lien will be retained 011 the
property sold, as further security.
This 1st day of July, H;s.
A."N. AKIN, Clerk Com'r.
James A. Smiser, Solicitor. julyl 4t
The Superior Disc Drill.
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W. S. Fleming vs. Kate Cheatham.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In obedience to a decree of the
Chancery Court at Columbia made at
the April term, Kis, at page 4H4, in the
above styled case, I will, on
Mon-lay, theiilli liny of J..lj, ls!H,
in front of the Court-house door in Co
lumbia, sell to the highest and best
bidder, the property in said decree de
scribed, being a lot of land lying and
being in ith civil district of Maury
County, Tennessee, in the 4th Wan! of
the city of Columbia, bounded north by
Cemetery Avenue, south bv Mary
Louis, east bv L. A N. R. R. property,
and west by Irvine Childress' lot.
Terms ok Sale. Said sale will be
made on a credit of r, 12 and 18 months,
and in bar of the equity of redemotion.
Notes, drawing interest from day of
sale, with good personal security, will
be required of the purchaser, and a lien
will be retained on the property sold, as
This 1st dav of July, 1,
A. S'. AKIN, Clerk ,t Com'r.
. W.S. FLEMING, Solicitor. Julyl-4t
This Is the beginning of our seventh season on the SUPERIOR
DOUBLE DISC DRILL. It has been proven that ft.is lighter draft, more
durable, and makes a better seed-bed than can be made by any other
method. It works perfectly in trashy ground and In corn stalks. As to
the feed, we guarantee to have the only one that Is absolutely perfect
sowing evenly all kinds of grain, grass seeds, peas, oats, etc. One farmer
sowed with a
Superior Double Disc Drill
375 acres of wheat and used only two ordinary mules. He had a Press
Drill of another malte and only sowed 2" acres with It as the draft was
too heavy and work not as good as the SUPERIOR.
Ill THE DICK'S WM
FBiniC FODDER IB
ill Ell WE CUTTER.
Was used last year successfully and will pay
, Come and see it !
for itself In one year's
J. F. Street
CITIZENS TELEPHONE No 8.