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TILE COLUMBIA IIEHALD: ALHJLST It), ls:8.
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Lkktwk h, Aiifi. 1."). Hrother Newt
Ucrryberry occupied the pulpit at An
tloch last Sunday, taking for his text
"The (tialitictions and appointing of
elders." Hp handled the suhject well.
Mises Lllic Jones and F.tliei Morton,
accompanied by Master Krmst .loncs,
spent last Siiturday ninht and Sunday
with the family of Mrs. Sallic Jones, of
I'lie ineeiinu at Antioch begins
Sunday, conducted by Hrother
cnam, 01 iaw isourif .
Mrs. Tnweatt. ot Columbia, is nfivv
wit1' her daughter, Mrs. Fletcher Mor
ton, and atteiidint: to the wants of the
wee little liny who is making his home
Mr. and Mrs. Kuck Cheek visited
their brother, Mr. W. T. Uardis'.n, of
Andrews, last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobert'l'raiu and little
Floyd, of (iroyeiand, spent last Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. W. I, A. Wilcox.
M r. Jaekrou, of Columbia, will de
liver an illustrated lecture at Leftwich
school-house Monday 11 i h t on the
army and soldiers' hime.
Maud and Ulanehe spent last Satur
day night and Sunday very pleasantly
with relatives in the Bryant's Station
Mr. Will Sharp I sUuhtly indisposed,
but we hope that he may soon recover
from his indisposition and be himself
again. Mai d and Blanche.
tiarwood's Sarsaparllla for the blooi
guaranteed to cure. A. B. RAiNt
Water Valley, Aug. 15 Bio. Ow
ins preached a jjuod sermon at Alex
ander this morn inn;. Hro. Dale held ser
vices at the Union Church this after
noon. Rev. Matheny, of West Tennessee, is
holding a series of meetings near Leath
erwood, In a large tent.
Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Roach snd chil
dren and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Jones have
returned from I'Mmra's Springs.
Mrs. Tom Mayes, who has been quite
sick with fever,' is, we are glad to say,
convalescent We trust she may soon
A great many of our people are suf
loring with severe colds.
Mrs. John Kinzer is quite sick at this
Miss l.illie Kin.er visited friends near
Santa Fe, recently.
Miss Kmma Kinzer will return home
from Primm's Springs to-morrow, after
a two weeks stay with relatives.
Mi.-s lleulah Bratton is with relatives
and friends on l ick Creek, and will also
visit friends at Primm's Springs before
Mr. and Mrs Wallace Woody and lit
tle daughter Fva, of McCain's, ar; the
guests of relatives in our village.
Mrs. James Bratton, of Williamspnrt,
was visiting in our midst recently.
Mr. Iiallas Alexander lost wheat
house, gear-room and smoke-house by
tire on last Thursday irght. lie saved
his meat but lost tit bushels of heat,
live saddles, and all his gear. It is cup
nosed some one "borrowed some
wheat, and then set the House on tire
Mr. Dallas Alexander is having him a
nice new house erected.
Mr. J. T. Fleming, Jr. of Goshen
spent several davs in our village last
week with relatives.
Mrs. Ad Forgey has returned from
Mr. Robert Lee Johnson and family,
of snow creek, were visiting relatives
Misses Lottie and Sadie Williams
were the guests of friends neir Wil
liamsport for a few days recently.
Mrs. W. T. Harris, of Williamspor,
was visiting in our midst la t week.
Miss Mattie Dodson visited relatives
on Snow creek recently.
Making sorghum is the order of the
day now with some of our farmers.
RKUIKF IN SIX HOURS.
Distressing kidney and bladder dis
ease relieved in six hours by "New
Great South American Kidney Cure."
It is a great surprise on account of its
xceeilina promptness in relieving pain
in bladder, kidneys and back, in male
or female. Relieves retention of water
almost immediately. If you want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. Sold
bv A. H. Rains, druggist, Columbia
Tenn. feM5 1y
Kttaton, July 15. We willcome with
what little news we have gatnerea.
The nhosnhate business has taken
new boom in our community New
sales in phosphate lands have been
inartp. and nrospec'ors are still search
inir for new mines. The Swan, Roddie
.V Murphy Phosphate Company have
opened a new mine on W. M. Swan's
land, near Kttaton.
Mr. Krwin Haves, of this place, has
moved to Mt Pleasant to Join the Kille
brew Phosphate Company. We wish
him much success.
Mr. Kd Haves, wife and little daugh
ter Vfrzie.of Cornersyllle, are visiting
Mr. T. M. Hall, of this Pisco.
Miss Annie Glenn, of Bear Creek
Giles county, is visiting in this vicinity
Mrs. Sam Ricketts, of ashviile,
visiting in this community.
The remains of Mrs. Ma ly Parker, of
Dickson county, wife of A. J. Parker
were interred at the Pulleu Cemetery
Mr." F.skue and family, of Ettaton, are
visiting in Lawrence county;
Mr. Robert Bend-rman, of Arkansas
who has been visiting In this commnn
ity, has returned home, accompanied
by his hrother, Mr.Joe Benderman.
"Mr. Bob Henderman. of this place,
confined to his bed with typhoid fever
Mr. Tom Swain has the fever also. We
wish them a speedy recovery.
Death's Angel has visited our com
mnnit v attain and claimed for its vie
(tin Mrs. Jane Spencer, the oldest citi
veil of the eleventh District. She hail
!ased the uiutieth mile-post Only one
-hild survives her. besides a large num
berofirrand children, to mourn their
loss. We extend our sympathy to the
The farmers after so long a time, have
just finished threshing. nd are now
taking care of their millet
rifllUvl ia, Constipation and Indi
gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cU.
S old by A. B. KAINS, Columbia, Tenn.
Andrews, Aug. IT. The greatest
-ihni k our quiet community has ex
perience for several years was felt last
Saturday afternoon, when it was made
known that Claud Kd wards was drown
ed. He had gone down to go in bathing,
a:d before his companion had disroled
for the bath Claud had Jumped into the
water and sunk to rise 110 more. After
a diligent search day and night his
t dy w as at last discovered by Mr. W.
O. Cherryabout a mile below the bridge,
early Monday morning, and was laid to
rest in the Cranford burying ground.
The deepest sympathies of the entire
community go out to the grief-stricken
relatives, and especially to the only
sister, whose pleasant summer's visit
here from Nashville has been so rudelv
Mrs. J.H. Flowers, W. I. Sowell, and
iaston Uray are 011 the list of sick this
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Kstes snent a day
and night recently with the families of
T. W. and T. C. Sowell.
Miss Chisholm went to Snriiiif Hil! to
attend thu funeral of tier, friend, Miss
Bessie Alexander. '
Mr. ana Mrs. W. T. Sowell visited her
father's family at (iroveland last week.
Little Miss Klise Caldwell returned to
her home in Columbia, after several
day's visit to her mile cousins, Mary
ami Lula Scott.
Little Mi s s Irene and Dovie Sowell
have reiuriiud from a week's visit to
ttieir grand-mother near Leftwich.
Mrs. Megan was with her sister, Mis.
Amanda Dooiiy, here the lirst of the
.Misses Kthel Morton and Kllie Jones.
from Lettwicli, spent Saturday and Sun-
da withtne Misses Madie and Lena
Mr. and Mrs. U. A. Spellman came
out Sunday to make a farewell visit to
Mr. and Mrs. T. sv. Sowell, previous to
ttieir departure for Ruode Island, it is
quite probable mat "Mr. Sowell will
lake charge of Mr. Spell man's home
during his absence, in order to get the
benetitof one of Columbia's good schools,
laving his home in charge of Mr. Hum
Hro. W. M, Murphy will preach for
the Coriuth church next Sunday morn
ing. Llder F. C. Sowell is on a preaching
tour at Pinewood and other points in
Folder J. li. K. Ridley ill begin a pro
tracted meeting at Coriuth on the third
Sunday in September. We will be glad
to entertain all visitors who may wish
to enjoy and be benelltted by the feast
of good things Bother Ridley has in
store for us. Mus. MicaI'bkk.
HOW TO LOOK UOOI).
Good looks are really more than skin
deep, depending entirely on a healthy
condition of all the vital organs. If the
liver is inactive, you have a bilious
look; if your stomach it disordered,
you have a dispeptic look; if your kid
neys a'-e affected, you have a pinched
look. Secure good health and you will
surely have good looks. "Klectric Bit
ters" is a good alterative and tonic.
Acts directly on the stomach, liver and
kidneys. Purities the blood, cures pim
ples, lilotches and boils, and gives good
complexion. Kverv bottle guaranteed.
Sold at oHrige Irvine s drug store.
5i) cents per botile. (') juiK-:t ly
irt llKICANK, August Hi. Rev. W. H.
Johnston preached to a large and atten
tive congregation at the Methodist
church last Sunday morning.
Sidney Voss, who had the misfortune
of getting his arm torn off, while at
work in a (louring mill in Nashvilie, is
doing nicely from last accounts, and
win be ante to come nome soon.
Mrs. W. W. Kannon and children, of
Nashville, are visiting the family of Mr.
and Mrs. Luther Thomas.
Marvin Tucker, of West Tennessee, is
at home on a visit.
Miss Maude Tucker will assist Pro'.
D. T. Harris in the school at this place
during the fall term.
t here will be a picnic on tne purine
school grounds next Saturday week,
Auguet 27. The ladies of the Methodist
church will seive ice cream, sherbet,
lemonade, etc. Everybody is invited.
Aaever, St. Claik.
CUBAN OIL cures
Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu
matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
Hold by A. A. RAINS, Columbia, Tenn.
Park's STATtON, Aug. 14. This beau
tiful evening as the shades of n'ght are
gathering over the earth, we can think
of nothing so pleasant as writing tor
the Hkrald, and we will show our
appreciation of it by sending in what
few items we have gathered.
Mr. Barkley Kerr was on the sick list
several days of last week.
Mr. Robert Craig Is suffering from a
very bad rising.
Masters Orval and Cam Allen, after
spending several days very pleasantly
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. II.
Gamble, have returned to their home at
Mr. Bud Purdom and family are with
relatives near Lewisburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hickerson and
their two children, Clarence and Jessie
Ruth, of Manchester, have been visit
tug Mr. and Mrs Johnnie Watson.
Supt. Dodson was around last week,
visiting tha schools.
Mr. and Mrs. X. P. Cheek and their
daughter, little Mary, are visiting the
family of Mr. James Hardison, at Har
Mrs. Raymond Journev, of Leftwich,
is with her parents at this writing.
Mr. Houston Cheek was with friends
at Campbell's Station several days last
Park's school-house will give an ice
cream supper at the above named place
next Friday night, for the purpose of
obtaining desks for the school. Every
body is cordially invited to attend.
M r. oilie Gilliam and his two sisters,
of Berlin, were visiting relatives in this
Uiighborhooa recently. Ihkl.ma.
'Continued to Seventh PatceA
S01TII EAST SIDE.
Misses Mattie McCollins and Diisey
Uenson, of Ivy Mills, have beau -the
guests of Mr. J. M. Hunt and family the
past week. ;
Mrs. Thomas Voorhies and children
.ire rtsjting relatives and friends on
Mr. Lawson Smith and sister Miss
Birdie, who have been visiting friends
here, are now at Culleoka, and from
there they will go to their home in
Miss Virginia Brown is visiting rel
atives at Forest Home, Williamson
county, this week.
Mr. snd Mrs, Jesse R iberts and chil
dren are visiting relatives in William
Mr. W. X. Wilsou and son tesse, after
a most delightful visit with William
sport relatives, have returned home.
Rev. D. T. Wayuiek is holding a se
ries of mel tings at the East End Mis
sion this week. A great deal of inter
est s being ft-It, and we hope and pray
that nvich good may be accomplished
among tluse people. Tkamt.
cheaper than ever
before in your life?
"The Shoe Store"
Mioe Clearance Sale
Is now in full blast. Come
Htid you will be convinced that
we are offering the highest
jrradps, latest Htylep, best fit
ting and best wearing Men's.
Hoy's, Ladies' and Misses'
Shoes for less money than you
have ever seen before.
HE 31 EMU EH
we have no ehelf worn odds
and ends or out-of-date styles
to bait you on. Rut every
thing on our shelves is up-to-date.
Ladies' Tan Oxfords, we have
nearly enough to start into a
new season now :
Cloth and Kid top $.'5 00 and
3 60 grade, now $198
Ladies' Black Oxfords, best $2 00
grade at $1.25
Misses' Slippers, 72 pair, H'.j to
5 "5 pair, llJa to 2 86e
Men's Black Shoes a few pairs
of those $4.00 Shoes left for . . $2 00
Men's Tan Shoes, 24 pair, form
er price $2 00, now $1 50
Negligee Shirts 50c
Straw Hats half price
1. 1. Fimiis.
HOW THEY WORK IX CHINA.
Hour of I.iilmr From ft a. in. to 11 p. m.
for SfVfii layx,
A report from United States Consul
Gooduow, at Shanghai, to our State De
partment, on the tiR-cracker industry in
China, reveals once more the miserable
condition of labor in that country. Dur
ing xv; nearly 27,itnn,i)(Ki poinds of tiro
crackers wer exported fr nn China
("bietly to the I'nited States), and these
reprecent oniy a small proportion of the
total number manufactured. They are
used in China at all sortsof ceremonials,
festivities, weddings, funerals, etc. The
crackers are made in the same shops
where they are sold, and in the homes
of the workmen themselves. Generally
the entire family help; practically the
whole work is done by hand. In Can
ton the export price of lo.ifc 0 of the or
dinary small crackers is t2 cents, and
1,(KH) of the largest kind sell for $". The
hours of labor are from B a. m. to 11 p.
m., and the laborers work seven days in
the week. Thirty women and ten men,
it is said, can make IiNmmki crackers uer
day, and for such a day's work a man is
paid 7 cents, a woman o cents. Appren
tices in the firecracker buainess are
bound out for a term of four years, dur
ing vhich they receiveonly their board.
Expert workmen receive 10 cents per
day, but that is the maximum. The 5 and
7 cents per day rate, says our Consul,
represents about tne average wages
paid in Shanghai for common labor.
This, of course, will buy enough rice to
sustain life, and some sort of shelter at
night, but that is all. Is it any wonder
that, with the quality of citizenship
such a wage-rate must give, China has
social degradation, paganism and polit
ical despotism? Gunton's Magazine.
Dime Novel Heroes Iiugei.
Train-robbers held up the Burling
ton "flyer" two miles north of 8
Joseph, Mo., last Thursday night,
rolled the Adams express com
pany'a safe into a wagon and drove
away. Friday the band was caught
and arrested, and a weeping, crest
fallen gang of bandits they are. The
leader is a 17 year-old boy, and his
pals range in age from 16 to 20, and
all are sons of respectable people
Theyhad been reading dime novels.
Scrofula, a Vile
Scrofula is the most obstinate of blood
troubks, and ig often the rwultf of an
Inherited taint in the blood. S. S. S
is the only remedy which goes dee
enough to reach Scrofula ; it forces on
every trace of the disease, and cures
the worst cases.
Mj son. Charlie, was afflicted from Infancy
with Scrofula, and he sufjrod so that it wa
Impossible to dress him
for three year. His
head and body were a
mass of sores, and hi
eyosljflit also became,
iffected. No treatment
was snared that we
thought would relieve
hint, hut he irrew worse r
until his condition wasiCr
lnded pitiable. 1 hadjir'
luuiai ui-iwinu 01 ma
eer Ik-Iiik cured, when
liv the ml v t.. of . - tk
we iraTe. btm S. S. S.
(Swift's Sneelflcl. A de
cided Improvement was the result, and fter
he had tk"li a dimen bottled, no one who knew
of his torin.r dreadful condition would have
recoifiiixed htm. All. the sores on his body
have healed, his skin is p"rfeotlv clear and
smooth, and he has bemi restored to perfect
health. Mrs. a. S. Markt.
(Mo Kim St.. Macon. a.
For real blood troubles it is a waste
of time to expect n cure from the doc
tors. Blood diseases are beyond their
skill. Swift's Specific,
reaches all deep-seated cases which
bther remedies have noeffect upon. It
is the only blood remedy guaranteed
purely vegetable, and contains rro pot
ash, mercury, or other mineral.
Honks mailed free to any addresaby
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
"Don't cheer, boys! The unr
devils are dying." Capt. Philip, of
tne 1 exas.
Don't cheer! Death blights our victory.
Those flaming ships, Spain's colois
Are hells of human agony,
And shall men cheer when men aie
The torture theirs: not theirs the
Poor victims of two nations' sinnine!
1 his naked, pounded, burning throni
(raves witti our
martyred dead ar.-
I'.e'ore the smoke of battle breaks,
Above the shriek of shells, loud 'Ty
ing, My country's better nature speaks:
( hoys, don't cheer! Those men are
Grace K. Palmer, in Life.
HOriJH I! 1 1) KKS AT MOM AI K.
rililitiiiK .Int. Wlicflvr U Alan Tlitre
All In 4iooii Health.
Nkw Youk, Aug. l.Y The Rough
Riders are at home. With Col. Theo
dore Roosevelt and "F ghting Joe"
Wheeler, they have reached Montauk
Point. They cameon the Miami, which,
with the Gate City, the- St. Louis and
Vigilancia and the Matteawan, lie an
chored off shore now, their rigging
lights plainly vi-ible from thecamp.
As soon as the Miami was sighted
the quarantine physician, Dr. Magur
der, put off to her i'11 his tug, the Pul
ver, and went aboard
Col. Roosevelt met him at the train.
With a hearty handshake he assured
Dr. Magruder that both lie and his com
mand were in lirst class condition.
"I never felt better in my life," he
said, "and I have not had an ache or
pain since I went away. Here' Gen.
Wheeler, too, and his soii, Lieut. Wheel
er. There does not look much the mat
ter with them."
Col. Roosevelt wore a faded uniform
of Khahi cloth, much stained and ( it
colored, but there was a wholesome
bronze on his face and hands, and if he
has lost tiesh since he went away he is
not any the worse for it. (Jen. Vhe jler,
too, will pass the doctors without any
trouble. Always gaunt and grizzled,
he Is thinner than ever, but there is a
fire in his eye, a spring in his step,
which shows that the deadly calentura
has not been able to quench his spirit.
ttarwoitri's Sarsaparilla for the blood
guamnteed to cure A. B. Rain-
WHEELER DEFENDS SIIAFI'EK.
Say lie Mad a Hard Task and Performed
If SiK-reHhfully and Well.
Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 12. Postmas
ter A. W. Wills to-dav received a letter
fronifien. Joseph Wheeler in part as
'I think the criticisms upon (Jen.
Shatter were very un just. Ho has had
a hard task ami has performed it suc
cessfully and well. He is a man of
more than ordinary brain powsr and ad
ministrative ability The criticism that
be did not place bunself on the bring
line is ridiculous, as on July 1 he was
carrying on two tights at the same time.
One'at Canev a"d one of San Juan. He
had some reserves and had to place him
self where he could see both liulits and
manage the whole affair, which he did
efficiently. With very high regards,
truly your friend,
We are authorized to announce Col. X.N
Cox. of Willi itiisou I'oantr, as a candidate
for re-eleeti'll to Congress, subject to the
act ion of tin1 Democrat lc party, atthe en
suing lieinocriific primary election, on
We are authorized to announce Hon. 7..
W. Kwinu, of (iiles County, as a candidate
for Congress, sublect to tho action of the
Democratic party, at the ensuing rvovem
S.J. Bingham, Administrator, et. a!., vs
John Bingham, et. al.
In Chancery Court at Columbia, Ten
nessee. In obedience to a decree of the Chan
cery Court at Columbia, Teunessee,
made at the April Term, lw (see min
utes at page 513), in above-styled cause,
1 will, on
Saturday, Ihe 10th Iny of Septem
at the court-house door, in Columbia,
lnn., sell to the highest and best hid
der, the property in said decree des
Fikvt Tkact. 77ic Home Place, con
sisting of about zw acres, situated in
the ltith civil district of Maury County,
lenn., Dounaed north nyj.H. Kenne
dy, east by Stephen Worley's estate,
south by said Worlev estate and Cath
ey's creek, and west oy Jos. (iriilith and
Sent. This tract will be sold in two
separate parcels. The Mill Tract, con
tainiug 1UK acres as described in sur
vey on file in this cause, upon which Is
located a grist and saw mill; and the
remainder of said home place, upon
which are the dwelling, outhouses and
Skcond Tract. The William .Scoff
Place, situated in the 16th civil district
of Maury County, Tenn., containing
about SiiO acres, more or less, bounded
north by Wiley, east by Scott, south by
Ncott and west-hv woriey.
Tiiikd Tract. The rogue Tract, of
about 7ti acres, situated in the lbth civil
district of Maury County. Tennessee
bounded nortli by Peery, east by Pogue,
soutn nv scott, ana west rv t'ogue.
FofitTK Tract. The Tntum Tract,
situated in the 1st civil district of
Lewis County, Tennessee, containing
about 4-10 acres, bounded as follows:
(See plat on tile in this cause in this
Fifth Tract. The Wile; Tract, situ
ated in the 2nd civil district of Maury
County, Tennessee, bounded north by
Tread way and Love, south and west by
the remainder of the Stephen lones
tract, containing ! acres, more or less,
and will be sold subject to the dower es
tate of Mrs. Nancy i. Jones.
Sixth. One Share in the Beaverdatn
Springs Company, being a one twenty
first part of a live hundred acre tract ot
land lying in Hickman County, Ten'
nesse. known as the Beaverdam Springs
firoperty, upon which the springs are
ocated." Said property is held in shares
and undivided, except that each shaie
bolder has his or her owu house; the
temainder of the property being held
by the company. 1'lie company has
been incorporate'd, hut no certificate of
atock issued therefor.
Tkrms ok Sai.k. Said lands will be
sold for one-fourth casn, (to be paid on
day of sale) and balance on a credit of
six, twelve and eighteen mouths, and in
narof the eipiity of redemption. Notes
bearing lntfeai from date of sale with
approved personal security will be re
quired of the purchasers, and liens re
tained to secure payment of the pur
chase money notes,"
This August li'th, lis.
A.N. AKIN, C. A M.
W. S. Fleming, Solicitor. aug!9 4t
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 0113 that will do
greatest variety of soils, under the great
est variety of conditions. Every compe
tent judge freely admits that the Disc Sul
ky is, without question, ahead of all com
petition as a class; and for proof of this we
would refer to every
as well as to many
who has not yet gotten that far along.
Now then, since we
"Disc Sulky," by subsoiling, by its efficien
cy in pea vines, by its greater capacity to
store away, out of reach of top cultivation,
ail stalks and other trash, and by its pul
verizing all kinds, and never choking in
any kind of land, merits our attention
above any other class. We have only to
select the best Disc Plow in order to have
the very best of all.
difficult problem, for it will not do to ac
cept your merchant's version of the matter,
lest they all bo "BEST," and you be left
to use your own judgment unaided; but
suppose you farmers
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
ions and results, and would only state that
we have sold to the same men and their
neighbors, about a car load of our 1898
plows, though the season is hardly on, thus
proving that we are keeping abreast of the
times, pointing with great pride to the
"New Hancock" and "Dutchman."
E. L. Armstrong.
W 1 Ridley.
Maj. N. F. Cheairs.
(. P. Webster.
John W. Cecil.
W. P. HalHday, Jr.
D. B. Whittaker.
D. F. Fulton.
H. W. Floyd.
H. A. Armstrong.
H. H. Frierson.
T. H. Williams.
W. L. Harris.
H. N. Gibson.
P. M. Brown.
John J. Stephenson.
A. M. Harlan.
and calling them "Best" are deduced from
just such testimony as the following:
Cclleoka, Tenn., July 28, 181)8.
J. P. Street & Co., Dear Sirs: I gave the Dutchman and Tiger Diso
Plows a thorough and impartial trial, as I had 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., H. A. WILKES.
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.
J. F. Street & Cc.
CITIZEN'?' TELEPHONE N 8
the best work in the
user of a Disc Plow,
an observant farmer,
are agreed, that the
This of course is a
co-operate with each
A. B. Harlan.
W. E. Joneo.
J. C. Johnson.
E. J. Davis.
J. B. Oranbery.
Mrs. 8. A. Oranbejy.
W. V. Thompson.