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TIIK COLITOBIA IIEKAL.D: FU1DAV, AUGLST 12. 18H8.
Iiodwin, Aug. it U has
time since we appeared in
column of the Hkkai.h.
MIhr Zora Hughes Hnd Miss Pearl
Iierrv berry are viMting Mrs. K. B.
ltoiiglierty's family in your citv.
Miss Mahle Tin'unoiis, of Nashville,
is visiting relative near Godwin.
Miss Viola Jones, of ('oliitnttia, la
visituiu Mr. K. .1. Vesey and family.
We are having plenty of rain, and
lot of the wheat is very bdly damaged
K. 11. Haven hs lecn quite poorly of
late. We are glad to hear that lie 1
much better, however.
A. J. Timmons iV. Co . shipped several
cars of shelled corn lat week.
K. B. Don. herty shipped several cars
of wheat aud one of corn quite latel v.
Home iniscieant sought to help him
self to Oscar .lohiiou watermelons
last night, and it appear from the
blood on the fence and in the path that
he must have received the content of
Oscar's gun. We never could see why
anyone had la riirht to steal melon any
more bo than a horse, cow or pig.
K. B. Dougherty V family are soon to
move back in our neighborhood.
Several of Mr. Polk Godwin' rela
tives from Wed Tennessee, are visiting
Rev. E. P. Fraser and family, and
(Maud Uodwin and family are recruiting
at Primm's Springs.
As news is scarce we will close.
and speaks cf returning to his home.
Mr. I). Cooper and family, of Mt.
Pleasant, paid a pleasant visit to
Mesdames J. A. and A. J. Timmons the
Miss Annie B. Cooper, of Mt. Pleas
ant, is visiting in our vicinitv, and will
favor Mesd sines A. J. and.). A. Tim
mons and NeUe Woolard with a visit
before her return home
Miss Mabel Timmons, of Nashville, is
visiting relatives here.
Misses Pearl Derry berry and Zora
Hughes, are visiting in Columbia at
Bro. Kldlev will begin a series of
meetings at Philipui the third Sundav
i in Mil month, aud, a the appointment
has been arranged for several months,
we do sincerely hope nothing will con
flict With it. CoNTKlUl'TOK
To I'revent l'nymei.t of Tentieee Fund
for Battle Abbey.
Nahville, Aug. . Attorneys of
Frank Cheatham Bivouac secured a
temporary injunction restraining the
Fourth National bank paying any
of the $7,200 on deposit to trustees of
the Confederate Memorial associa
tion The bill sets forth the history
of the 15attle Abbey proposition,
charges the trustees with attempt to
divert funds from their legitimate
use, charges mismanagement on the
part of John C. Underwood, who i
charged with being unfit ami incap
able; uf nerforiiiinir his duties; fays
he is offensive to a majority of the
veterans, and seeks th election of
i ew trustees or return of luud to
Uarwood's Sarsaparilla ior the blood
guaranteed to cure. A.B.Kaim.
Hiirwood'K Sarsnuarllla for the blood
ruaraiiteed to cure A. B. Rains
Nomense and New, Odd and Kniln,
Wlxa and OtheruUe.
Grandma used to spin; but now
Grandma doesn't care to.
Fact is, wheel have altered so
Grandma doesn't dare to. Tit-Bits.
Commodore Wainwright, a cele
brated game cock, sold for $1,000 in
Texas last week.
She John, I'm sure there's a
He Welt, we can tell by examin
ing the cilverw.ire in the morning?
Jones Which travels the fastest,
heat or cold?
ines Heat, or course. You can
not catch heat, but you can catch
YELLOW JAVS1MCK CVKK1.
Suffering humanity should be sup
plied with every means possible for its
relief. It is with pleasure we piiDiisn
the following: " This i to certify that
I was a terrible sufferer from yellow
Jaundice for over six months, aud was
treated by some of the best physicians
In our city and all to no avail. Ir. Bell,
our druggist, recommended Electric
Bitters; and after taking two hottles, I
was entirely cured. I now take great
pleasure in recommending them to any
person suffering from this terrible mala
dy. I am ifratefullv yours, M. A. Ho
garty, Lexington, Ky" Sold at Wol-dridi-e
A Irvine's drug store. 50c per
hotte. 1une3 lv 4
KOMEKT'S BESI AND KS011 CKEETv.
Kxoh Creek, Aug. 8 Mrs. Marshall
Roberts and children returned yester
day from a visit to her mother near
Miss Winfrie Roberts is spending
this week with Mrs. Benson Evius of
Mr. Johnny Wisener is improving
In health, and returned from a visit to
friends at Cul'eoka lira morning. He
expectato vi t his istei, Mrs- lam
Simmons, at Carter's Creek, tnis week.
"Chin-" and children are spend'iig
part of this we?k at "the old home, in
Dr. Page and sister. Miss Ophelia, re
turned from the bnUide of their little
nephew, Preston Pnue, f Kernvale
Springs, last Friday morning, a notice
of whose death appears elsewhere iu
the II EKALD. ,
Rev. Eshman returned yesterday
from a very successful meeting at Sta
ler Valley. , .
Mrs. C. P. Roberts has been quite sick
the past few days, but we are glad i: -deeu
to report her in proMiig. Chucm.
CUBAN OIL cures
Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Sold by A. A. HA INS, Columbia, Tenn.
Broadview, Aug 0. Mrs. Fred Latta
and little Louise and Miss DosiaCollier,
of Columbia, spent from Saturday until
Monday with tneir aunt, Mrs. Nauuiu
Mr. Jasper Home and family have re
turned from Prlmnis, greatly benefitted
by their trip.
Miss Mary Worley, of Cathey's creek,
aud Mr. Bob McKee, i.f Carter's Creek,
are guests of Mi Lizzie Murphy this
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Gilbreath
visited relatives and friends at Camp
bellsville since our last.
Little Johnnie Douglas, of Enterprise,
is visiting at his grandmotiier's, Mrs.
Mrs. E. E. Thurman and son Mr.
William, and Mrs. Stewart Green and
children have gone to Summertown to
spend several weeks
Mr. Hector McNeill is quite sick at
this writing. Hope he will soon recover.
Messrs. Willis and Tom Howard and
Lum London are spending this week iu
Mr. J.P.Brown is somewhat indis
posed at this writing.
Prof. McKissick is teaching school at
this place. He has thirty-tiv pupils in
ro I lva nd more areex peeled soo n .
Mr. Harry Smith accompanied Mr.
Nathaniel Kea to Florence, Ala., where
he secured a position iu the Fleming A'
Kea mill. We wish them both much
'Continued to Seventh pae.i
Ne1'oms, Aug Mi Lula Young,
of Mallard, is the guest of friend here.
Mrs. Green and daughter Miss Jennie
and Masters Hugh and .lack McNIsh,
of Nashville, are visiting Mrs. h. G.
Allen. . ,,, .
Miss Nora Campbell, of Nashville, is
visiting Miss Nola Allen.
MesdamesJ. A. Sanders and E. B.
Coleman are visiting Mr. Johnson, or
Miss Aetua A'len, of Boar Creek,
visited friends here recently.
Watkk Vali.ev, Aug. 7. The series
of meetings that are being held at the
Union church in our village, conducted
iiv Hbv liuleand Whittaker, of Santa
Fe, and Rev. Kshman, of Timmons, are,
we believe, doing a great deal of good.
There have been several professionsand
two additions to the church. Some very
fine sermons have been preached.
There will be preaching at the Meth
odist church next Sunday morning at
11 o'clock bv Bro. Owing.
Miss Mamie Dale, of Santa e, was
with friends here the first part of last
Mrs. Tom Mayes Is very sick with
slow fever. . ,
Mrs. Wes Roberts, of Roberts Bend,
was the guest of her father, Mr. James
Kinzer, for a few davs lHst week.
Miss Annie Kinzer visited friends near
Santa V nnt lone since.
Mrs. Bell 'ohtison, of Turkey Creek,
visited her sister, Mrs. T. C. Harris, last
Mrs. John Rotintree, after a pleasant
visit to her father, Mr. Jim Dodson. ha
returned to her h.nne on Snow Creek.
Messrs John and Will Hntcheson, of
Snow Creek, were visiting their mother,
Mrs. Sarah Hntcheson, of our village,
Mrs. Maggie Johnson Is indisposed at
this writing. .
Mrs. J. P. Johnson is also on the sicK
Mr. Walter Potts, of Williamson
countv, was the guet of relative m
our village last weeK.
As ever the same. OrkTKA.
Pif f AtAniUBIAri TEA cures Drpep-
IQItlVI v Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts.
old bv A. H. KA1NS. Columbia. Tenn.
ONLY ONE K1LLKI).
"Only one killed!" the headline reads.
The glsd news speeds.
The i.ewcbo. s cry, "KilleJ only one!"
He was my son !
What were a thousand to this one
Mv only son,
Whose hiood was spilled,
That bells might peal, guns nre, men
"O.ilv one killed!"
Lydia Avery Coonley in New Eng
"What is vour idea of a political
Wtll." replied Senator Sorghum,
reflectively, "there's lots o differ
ent kinds. But my idea of the
genuine article is the man who man
ages to put by enough while ne ima
an office to pay the expanse of ge '-
tin' it for another term."
niStOVEICKI) HY A WOMAN.
Another great discovery has been
made and that too, by a lady in this
country. "Disease fastened its ciutcnes
upon her ana ror seven years ne no-
stood its severest tests, but her vialt
organ were undermined and death
seemed imminent, for tnree nionms
she coughed incessantly, and could not
sleep. She finally discovered a way to
recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle
of Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, and was so much relieved on
taking first dose, that she slept all night;
and with two bottles, nas neen aimo
lutely cured. Her name is Mrs. Luther
LuU. Thus writes W. C. Hamnick A
Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial bottles free
at Woldridge & Irvine's rlrng stor .
Regular size-5UC andfl.110. Every bott.e
guaranteed. (4) June ly
LtiuU Jarksou Htitchrson.
A devoted son. an affectionate hrot'
MAPLE MO I' NT.
MAIM.K Moitnt. Aug !L It rains and
it rains, still retarding the wheat
threshing business. We hear of so
many crops of wheat throughout the
countrv unthreshed yet.
For the past month our depot agent.
Mr. Polk Godwin, report to us that he
ha taken in l.UX', paid iu for freight.
Mr. Polk Godwin, for the past week,
shipped 'i cars of com, Mr. R. B Dough
erty shipped 3 cars of wheat, and A. J.
Timmons shipped one car of shelled
corn to G. P. Rose, of Nashville.
Dr. David iiodwin aud family, of
Memphis, spent a few davs with his
brother, Mr. Polk Godwin, the past
week. Mr. Godwin's heallhi failing
and he has Iteeti traveling through the
countrv. enjoying camp life and visit-
inn relatives on his route. But lor the
Inn day or twj he ha -been quite sick
er and a true and faithful friend such
is the bright brief record that was end
ed when the spirit of Louis Hutcheson
left it tenement of clay and went to
the Gd who gave it.
on Tuesday evening, July 12, 1!W, at
d:H0 o'clock, Louis died. Sweetly as a
child falls arleep, he departed; amid the
silent prayers of friend and loved ones,
as they stood around him, his spirit as
cended to the God who gave it. Now
he slumbers, uustistaiued by sin aud
unterritied by any assault of life.
. Possessing a cnewrtul disposition, he
en Joyed to the fullest extent the plea
ures' which life was weaving into the
ebof ears: but, when struck down
bv typhoid fever, he murmured int. but
be was heard to say that he was ready
to live or die. lust as the Lord willed.
How hard t see the young cut down.
Louis would have soon been 21 year of
age, Just when life was so full ot
p.omi-e; but God doeth all things for
He was especially devoted to his
widowed mother, wm kind and loving
i.i his idstera and brothers, aud we be
lieve he would have given hi life if re
tpiired to save any of his associates
llovs, remember li)ii is beckoning
you io come up to that bright world
MiKive, where he said he would not be a
stranger, a two sisters and hi father,
beside other relatives, had gone mi be
fore. Weep not, mother, for your son.
He Is at rert. In the great resin r. ction
morning vou will see him again, iheu
there will be uo more tears or sorrow
shed. When you ask why are you thus
deleaved, remember the word of JeMis
What I do, thou kuowes not uuw ;
but thou shalt know hereafier."
The tidings of hi death brought sor
row to many heart, for he had many
friends in this community. He will ne
gieatly missed, for his sunny nature al
ways appeared to drive care away. He
via a member of the .Methodist chiirc;i
at Goshen. From that sacred shrine i e
was borne to his last reiing place, fo,;
lowed by a large concourse f soirow
lug frio lids.
A mound in the old G .shell cemetery,
covered with heautitul tiowers, tells
where he sleeps, awaiting the lesuirec
And tlm a gentle spirit gone,
To seek its home above,
And mingle with that holy throng
With Hun whose name is love.
Hi memory is precious; he lives for
ever in the hearts of Inose that loved
him. . v . . A Friknp.
Russia is sending a lot of her men- j
of-warto Manna in me uupo, uu
doubt, that thev will be able to tike
a post graduate course under Prof.
Dewey. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Poor, little, harried, hampered,
handicapped and handcuffed 'Phon
so. finding his shackles insnppor'
able, his bondage unbearable, has
broken out with measles. Phila
Our 13 inch kodaks will be too
much lor the Spanish Camara if e
pv-r nft a few stian-shots at it with
the aforesaid kodaks. Yazoo Senf
nel. It really looks as if Mrs. Lease
isn't getting her share of public at
tention now-a days. Possibly she's
taking advantage of dull times to
darn the family hose. Montgomery
That Gen. Wheeler is a man of
discretion no man can deny, but he
is a warmblooded individual and it
would therefore be interesting to
know what would have happened il
Silvester Scovel had slupped his
face. Anyhow, it is well for Syl
that he didn't do it. Nashville Btti
tier. Tt i much harder for the Republi
can party to get a volunteer for Gov
ernor of Tennessee this year than
for Bob Taylor to get volunteers to
fight the Spanish. They are willing
to suffer death for their country but
canuot bear the idea of dying politi
callj . Petersbui g Enterprise.
Mrs. Canfleld. of tl.e north, once
chowed her appreciation of Nash
vjllr hospitality bs-'jiug that she
longed to see bl. ck heels on whPe
necks in the S..U..I. This species o
gratitude for southern hoi-pitaliiy
lias been repeated by a (Jnristiau
Kadeavorer declaring through a
Chicago paper that the inhabitants
of Nashville say "dis" and "dat"
and "we'uns" uiid "you'ns." An in
grate is the meanest thing that
crawls Knoxville Hentinel.
No repub'ican editor has yet
credited our successes in the war to
1 1. Dimlev tariff, but we are ex
pecting it all the time. Newport
It looks like the Btrategetic War
KnmH have lie II. FilZtlUgll Lee
nrfltt v securely "bottled up" some
urhnro in th South where he will
have little chance to get to tb? front
(Jul. William Jennings hryan and
Hid Third Nebraska regiment have
been ordered to join him in the bot
tleFarmers Home Journal.
The victory of the Alabama popu
lists was decidedly Spauish. Knox
The Democratic Executive Com
mittee, of Warren county, has de
iileii that oulv those who vote tbe
wln.le Democratic ticKet mine ap
oroHchiiig election shall be consid
et eti Democrats and entitled to vote
in I), iiincmtic legislative and con
kre-jeioiial primaries this fall. Evl
nntlv thev intend to cut oil those
DHinocrats (?; who go into a primary
election and then scratch the ticket.
if the ot(,er fellow happens to win
Chat is il'ht. A man who will not
support tne nominee of his party lias
no right to help make a uouimatiou
Iu April every good American was
u naval exoel't. In Juue he was
ina knur military campaigns. In
August he is a diplomatist. In Do
toiler Iim will be Drououticiiig on the
iroveriim lit of colonies. Tne Ameri
can citiz -u Is hard pressed, but he
shrinks iioui no duty in running his
Government. St. Louis Kepuolic
Through all these war plans aud
movements it is easy to discern that
the admitiistiation at Washiugiou
is studious iu its efforts to keep the
iraiiant W. J. Bryan well to the
rear. Memphis Commercial-Ap
Agulnaldo explains that he simp
lv desires to know tile intention uf
the United States regarding the
Philippines. Well, Aggie, you shall
know when the Admiiiietratioti it
self knows its intention regarding
the Philippines. Courier-Journal.
A local paper says we are educa
ting Europe. As to tliat, we a'e
teaciiiug tne whole world some les
sons iu revised geography.North
An esteemed coutemporary says
tbiugs nave changed since 1H2,
wlicnGeii. Wheeler captured Mai
Shatter and sent him to LioOy
prison. On, yes, there's been a few
ci auges, a fe small ones. Chatta
nooga 1 Lues.
A Danish locomotive engineer
was recently fined 112,000 and sen
tenced to undergo four months' im
prisonment for causing a railway
accident by his carelessness.
Almost any kind of Plow will do good
work in some ground, under favorable con
ditions, but the plow we all need, and want,
is the oii3 that will do tho best work in the
Til be greatest variety of soils, under the great-
honest with you, guv-nor. I'll spend I - . p "n
it in riotous living.' -nt-iiits. eSl Variety OI UOUU1L1UI1S. JCiVUry UUIIl pu
ll boy, who tent judge freely admits that the Disc Sul-
b, ' I wish . I I O II
Ky is, wunout question, aneau 01 an com
petition as a class; and for proof of this we
would refer to every user of a Disc Plow,
as well as to many an observant farmer,
who has not yet gotten that far along.
Now then, since we are agreed, that the
"Disc Sulky," by subsoiling, by its efficien
cy in pea vines, by its greater capacity to
store away, out of reach of top cultivation,
all stalks and other trash, and by its pul
verizing all kinds, and never choking in
any kind of land, merits our attention
have only to
order to have
the very best of all. This of course is a
difficult problem, for it will not do to ac
cept your merchant's version of the matter,
lest they all be "BEST," and you be left
to use your own judgment unaided; but
suppose you farmers co-operate with each
other, using your merchant only as a me
dium. We will state, that we sold about fifty of
our plows to the following gentlemen last
year, when the ground was almost as hard
as a bone, and refer you to them for opin-
0"rlhrkiTkecheooif or8tsuevemi ions and results, and would only state that
we have sold to the same men and their
Kind Party: "D 1 give you a
penny what will vou do with it?
"Mother,"' said the smal
was bending over his slate
I was a rabbit."
"Co" pa savs the rabbits multiply
so easily." London Sporting Times.
"Uncle, what breed of chickeu3 is
"Well, sah.de white ones is de
easiest found and de dahk ones de
easiest hid arter you gets 'em." In
Did vou ever meet a woman
whose very voice thrilled you with
Yes; that the way my mother
used to get me up in the morning.
Booth Kean They say eggs are
worth 20 cents apiece in Havana
Irvington Barrett Ah, what a
glorious place UiaV would be for the
production of our new play? Chica-
6"i,0"- I . . I -ITT
Baysthe st. Paul Globe: Ti,e above any otner class. Ye
entertainment will begin at 4:301 . . i i i r T1 :
o'clock witn a men's bicycle race olfeUieUl U1U UUSl W1SU IIUVV 111
one mile between members of the
club. This will be followed by a
bicyclf rice b tween ladie of tie
What a wonderful sight that will
Bylesby I wish you joy, my dear
6ir. As an oia rriena oi your iatn
er's permit me to say that you will
always look bacK on this day as tne
happiest in your lite.
Latnson rnatiK you; out it is to
morrow I am to be married.
-.Bylesby I quite understand that.
A voting widow put up a costly
monument to her late husband and
inscribed upon it: "My grief is so
great that I cannot bear it." A year
or so later, however, sne uiarrieu
again, and. feeling a little awkward
ness about the inscription, sne solved
the difficulty by adding one word to
it "alone." London Figaro.
Sundays, a Scotch minister said to
one ot 'her relatives: "I haena seen
veer cousin B-ll at the class toi ; Ufn or. 1r.n,lf onr lftQft
onir wni e. l e Ken us ner uuiy tae ii t-1 w 1 1 1 iiii . douuu a vai ui u'u iwwu
attend the echule
reply, "but she's deed
canna'very weei teii ye plows, thouerh the season is hardly on, thus
ster, ' was the cautious r O
proving that we are keeping abreast ot the
times, pointing with great pride to the
"New Hancock" and "Dutchman."
Though Wesley was never rich
and never had a large salary he
managed to give away over flMO.OOO
during his life. H founded in Eng
land an enterprise for loaning poor
people small sums to tide them over
transient aimcumes. a uoouier,
who received a loan of $20 from this
fund, was able to show Wesley be
fore the latter's death that the prof
its of his business were $150,000 pel-
E. L. Armstrong.
W P. Ridley.
Maj. N. F. Cheairs.
G. P. Webster.
John W. Cecil.
W. P. Halllday, Jr.
D. B. Whittaker.
D. F. Fulton.
H. W. Floyd.
H. A. Armstrong.
H. 8. Frlerson.
T. H. Williams.
W. L. Harris.
8. N. Gibson.
P. M. Brown.
John J. Stephenson.
A. M. Harlan.
A. B. Harlan.
W. E. Jones.
J. C. Johnson.
E. J. Davis.
J. B. Granbery.
Mrs. S. A. Granbejy.
W. V. Thompson.
Our reason for holding to these plows
1,' wo?idc"n have no 'JTmiiiS and calling them "Best" are deduced from
;t whatever upon it. Swift'g Spe- t " . j1 n
just sucn lesiimony as uie lonowing:
CCLLEOKA, TKXN., July 28, 1898.
J. P. Rtreet & Co., Dear Sirs: I gave the Dutchman aud Tiger Disc
Plows a thorough aud impartial trial, as I bad bought neither and wanted
the best. In land in good case, both worked well, but when I put them in
pome extremely hard land, there was no comparison. The Dutchman
would hold to the ground and cut a clean furrow, where the Tiger wouldn't
plow at all. The strongest proof of my opinion of the plows is, that I
bought two of the Dutchman. I am yours, etc., K. A. WILKES.
( a pi o red bj a Smack
At a reception at Lon beach last
Saturday night, given iu honor of
Lieut. Hobsoii, tne hero of the Mer
riinnc was captured by a smack
from Miss Emma Arnold, a society
belle ot St. Louis, before an audi
iiie of several hundred persons. In
an interview with a reporter, Miss
Arnold said :
on ! yes, it is entirely true that I
kied liim or he kissed me. Mr.
Hobson was receiving a number of
childr. u at the tune. As lie shook
hands with them he stooped and
kissed thfin. I was presented to
him before the children had left. I
said to him, "One could almost wisa
to be a child again.' He smiled,
and replied: 1
it Is possiDie to treat you as a
child.' Then h kissed me."
Catarrh i one of the most obstinate
diseases, and hence the most difficult
to get rid of. '
There is but one way to cure it.
The disease is in the blood, and all tbe
sprays, washes nml inhaling mixture
oitlc cures Catarrh permanently, for it i
the only remedy which can reach the
dimvw ami force it from the blood.
Mr. B. P. McAllister, of Ilarrodsburg,
Ky., had Catarrh for years. He write :
I ooald tn Improvement whatever,
though 1 wm contanCly treated with apnjt
nq wapne. ano cuirer
ent Inhaling reroedlea
iu foot. I could feet that
each winter I wan wore
than the year prevloua
Finally It wai
brought to roy notice
thai Catarrh waB blood
rititearie. and after think
tin; ever the matter. I
saw it wa unreasonable
to erert to" he eured h.
remedied which onlj
reached Mie nurfaee. I
then decided to trj
9 S.. and after a few Vottle were Used. I no
ticed a perweptible improvement. Oontlnuln(
tin e-medy. tho di-vi v forced out of ni J
Tm. and a enwiOete cure w the rwult
ytvi-e nil who ne this dreadful dtttee U
abandon thelrioeal treatment. which hanerei
done them any itood. and take S. 8. 8.. a rem
edy lhat oan reach the disease and cure it.
To ooutinue the wrong treatment foi
Catarrh is tocontintie to suffer. Swift'i
Specific i a real blood remedy, and
cures obstinate, deep-seated diseases,
which other remedies have no effect
whatever upon. It promptly reachei
Catarrh. ant never fails to cure even the
most aggravated cases.
; Purely. -.Vegetable, ana is x,ne onij
Jood remedv guaranteed to contain no
Books mailed free by Swift Speolfl
Company, atlanta, Georgia.
Note how the merit changes when the
ground gets hard. This being a wet sea
son so far, we urge you be sure not to get
a wet land plow, while we stand ready to
supply you with one that works as well or
better in wet land, and too that will work
well in land that the other refuses to take.
treat St Co,
crrizEvs- telephone Ho. 8.