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Tlllfi COLlfMHlA HEItALD: FKJDAV, SEPTEMBER 2. Iy8.
iur iflmtltj iarrBsnnnnls. I1
Ben, An. 20. -The revival meeting
hewn at Concord "Sunday, Annual 2H, at
II a. reconducted by Rev. T. K. Mud
son, the rei;ularpator. We trut that
much liood may be accomplished ly
After a stay of about two months, the
Misses Kste have returned from
1'rimm'a to their beautiful home near
'oncird, much improve ! in health.
Pro!. .1 VV. IWms, of Sawdust Val
ley, has a music class at thU plae.
"Mr.. I. O. Hick and dauuhter, Nfiss
Irene, visita! frienJs in your city re
cently. Minifies Hattie ami Ida Illcks. of
Shady Urove, tirixhtend the home of
the Misses Whit several day last week.
Amos Lawon, who had the misfor
tune of netting his foot and ankle very
painfully tjurprl one evening last
-week, hy a horse fallini: on him. Is get
ting alouic nicely at this writing.
Some are still t h reslii nu wheat, while
others are hullini: clover. We fear that
all of the young clover is killed In this
Mr. Alex Hill was at I'rimm'a last
Bex, Aug. I0. TW" is a scrip of
meetings in pruitrei.- at t'om.-ord this
week, condu tfd hy H-v. T. K. tludsoii.
Miss Hattie llilf will leave in a few
days for Ml. Pleasant, where she will
enter ISostick and Dnitiing's school.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster, of Foster's
Chapel, were the guests of their sister,
Mrs. Sallie llaird, recently.
Miss J I la Kinc, of Williamsport, Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will White.
Misses Eva Johnson, Eva Uray, Her
thaand Annie May Kinzer, Joe Wil kes,
otey and Msooirie Kinzer, of Nebo,
attended church at Concord Sunday.
Mrs. S. H. Kinzer, still remains ou
the sick list.
Mrs. t'lyde mlth. of Columbia, was
the Kiiest of Mr. lieu Fly recently.
Mr. A. J. Fly has been iiilte nick for
several days. ' Hope he may soon re
cover. A irood shower of rain would be very
much appreciated now.
I will close, with best wishes to the
Jl khali) aua its many readers.
Godwin, .Anqj. 30 (J.ilte a number of
vour city folks paid a visit to T. W.
Hughes'cave near here. Among them
were Miss Lillian Allen and Mr. C. P.
Snell, and Mr. Walter Adkisson.
Mrs John Armstrong is taking in the
11 IJ. Daulierty.the agent for the Co
lumbia and Elevator Cj , is buying lots
of whpat these days.
Mr.Orief Coggius goes to Decatur,
Ala., to-night "ii iiiiness.
M iss Mable Tiinnions, of Nashville, is
visiting relatives here.
Miss Annie Cooper, of Mt. Pleasant,
has returned to her h mile after a pie ts
ant visit at Mrs. .1. A. Tiinmou's.
The general health of Uij coinmuni
ty is improving.
" Mr. R. II. Haven is able to bi out, af
ter a round with etiids.
We are sorry to report M r J. M. R au
uiiiier the weather.
As ever, Friz
(ioDWiN, Aug. 3i. The protracted
tneetiugat I'liuivpi.coiiiliieteil by Elder
Hidlev, of N.islu -1 1 1 . closed Suudi,"
night, with one addition to the church
Mrs. Armstrong left 'ast week foi
Nebraska, to visit her sister and attend
Miss Cooper has returned to her home
at Mt. PI- asant, after a pleasant visit to
Mrs. Amos limmons.
Misses Foster, of Carter's Creek, vh
were guests of Miss Winfrie Roberts
part of last week, returned home Fri
dav, accompanied by Misses Minnie
mid Bertha Cowsert, who will spend
several days with them.
Mrs. Zula Wiseuer la visiting hei
parents at this writing.
Mrs. Will Stevens, of Antioch, and
Mrs. Cowsert. of Spring Hill, were
inipotR 0f relatives nere part of last
Alloa IIollv Godwin has returned to
l.'nion Cit. after a visit of several
weeks to the family of Mr. Polk God
Miss Mattie McGaw, of your city.
-visited Miss Lillte Hughes recently.
Mr. Horace PimumDs will leave soon
for Sewanee to attend school.
Messrs. F. L. Cbwseri. of Nashville
and tiuv Odil, or Spring Hill, visited
relatives at "Highland Home" last
Mrs. Mary Irvine and Mrs. Cam Sim
mons visited Mrs. Roberts recently.
Mr. James Sedberry, or Thompson's,
visited ins pareuts some days ago auu
attended the meeting at Phillippi.
Mrs. Eugene Lochridge, of your city,
visited relatives here last week.
Mr. 'Vniier Church visited Santa Fe
Mibb ..iinnie Lou Davis, of Columbia
was the guest of Miss Pearl ltoati sev
eral days last week.
Little Miss Leila Haven has been in
disposed for several days.
. Oka Cowsikkt.
KbLIKK IN SIX HOI KS.
Distressing kiduev and bladder dt
ease relieved in six hours by "Nev
Great South American Kidney i ure
It is a great surprise on account ol Hi
exceeding promptness In relieving pan
in bladder, kiduevs and hack, in li.alt
or female. Relieves retention of Wbter
almost immediately. If Toil want quick
relief and cure this is the remedy. 8 Id
by A. H. Rains, druggist, Columbia
"ion n. reo- ly
1 1. mi ,
Timmons, Aug. .fter a rew weeks'
absence li'oin the IIkiiai.ii columns, 1
Will Orillg Hl si-ni in iiik iiiwhh a t, f
gether and again record a few iiuo
tor our dear oid paper.
Mr. M. E. Allen and ramily are a
their summer resort niw.
MIwm Pt-srl and Itessie Allen alio
I'mniH (."i Mser are on the sick list
m.juj i.','u 1 1 Mi-iiismi koent nsrt ot
last week at Santa te, mil1 attended the
Mrs. i iaw son is well again after sever
al dava' illness.
Mr. ikock Fra-er is very ill at tin
writing. We wish tar him a speedy re
co very. . , ....
Miss May Tate and brother. Mr. Er
nest, are visiting Ii leud aud relative
at Petersburg. ,
Mr. .1. M. JMoiie is having him a nice
new building erected.
Miss lletue M nor nas returned to her
borne at Rear Creek, altera visit u i-t-v
eral davs wli h M rs. John Thomas.
Mrs. Delia Itckhart. and sister, Mis.
Elna Walters, of Mt. Pleasant, speni
part or last week at Sulla Fe, aim
tended the meeting.
Misses Hula and May Walters, hav.
lieen tlie gilesis of Misses Peiu I aim
Ressie Allen since my last.
The protracted meelinit closed a
Phillippi last uight. Her a week's ei
jiest woik bv ministers and christians
Water Valley, Aug. 29. The series
of meetings that were held iu a tent
near Jones' academy on Turkey Creek,
conducted by Kev. Will Anderson of
Carter's Creek, closed on Yesterday
afternoon, with two additions to the
church Oood crowds were in attend
ance each clay, and we trust that much
Kond was accomplished.
Rev. Kshman.of Tito-mons, preaohed
a very lino sermon at the Methodist
church on yesterday afternoon. We
are always glad to have Hro. Eshman
come down and preaeh for us. He has
many warm friends in this community.
On the 14th day of October there will
he a missionary rally at the Methodist
church. Dinner will be spreiti on the
Kriuuds. There will be two sermons.
Kevs Cirry and Reams, or Franklin,
will be with Bio. Owings. All are ia
vlted to come.
Sunday-sehool and prayer-meeting at
the Methodist church on next Sunday
afternoon, beginning at U o'clock.
Duncan White, who has been quite
s'clc with fever, is so'rte better. Miss
Mattie Dodsou. whoii s remittent fever,
lanobe terat this writing. We trust
both of mem may t-ombe restored to
Miss Moolah Hratton visited friends
and relatives ou L.alheiwood last
Misses Emma and Annie Kinzer were
the )!iiestsof irieuikf near Santa Fe recently.
Mr. and Mrs. J. . Johnson visited
relatives on Snow creek last week.
Misses i.ettie and Ssdle Williams
visited friends in 'olumbia recently.
Mrs. Ih1hi of IVI ii m hi. a ut-itn nm-
daughter, Mrs. J. L Williams.
ir. ueorge riarian, oi Uoiumoia, is
isiting in our village.
Mr and Mrs. W.T. Harris, of Will-
im'nnrt. u'.ra tha lyn.ala tit Mr fliiH
Mrs. Robert Pigg for a few das last
Miss Willlfl TtnoUpr visitpri fi-lpmU
at Franklin recently.
As ever the same, Uukmtka.
There Is more Cntarrti in this section of
the country than all o:her diseases put to
Ketlier; and until the last few years was
supposed to he Incurable. For a Kreat many
years doctors pronounced It a local disease.
prescnoeu local remeuies.anu oy constantly
fiiillng to cure with local treatment, pro
nounced It lncurahle. Hcieuce hu uroven
catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and
therefore requires constitutional treatment.
Hull's Catarrh i urc, niauirtnetarwii by r . J.
Cheney A Co.. Toleuo. Ohio. Is the only con
stitutional cure on the market. It is taken
Internally In doses from 111 drops to a tens-
pooniul. 11 acts directly on the Wood and
mucous surfaces of the system They offer
one hundred dollars for any case It fulls to
cure. Send for circulars and testimonials.
Address, K. J. Ciiksky it Co., Toledo, U.
Hold hy Pruggists. ?5c.
Hall's Family pills are the best.
Jan 17 ily-lin
WKsr vois i.
West Poit, Aug. .So. After viewinu
"city sights with country eyes" for lit
tle more than a week, ".ula ' is bck at
the old home again.
Revs. F. J. Tvier and D. T. Waynick,
of your city, are c inducting a series of
meetings at this place. Some ah e ser
mons are being heard by those who at
U H. Fitzgerald, of Brentwood, came
down to sei relatives here last week.
Dorman auu Nelson estal, of neat
Niisliviile, spent last weK in our midst
I). W. C. Hudson has suspended
school this week on account f tile
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce White visited tin
family of G. H Fitzgerald last week.
Mr. John Walters, of Theta, is spend
ing this week with homefolks in iln
vlcinily. Mrs. Mattie White, of your citv, ir
visiting Miss Nauuie Haywood at tiin
Mr. Henry Murphv, who has been
sh-k for several days, is slowly improv
We are sorry to report the serious
Illness of Mr. l) ck Fraer.
Waking sorghum is nie order of tin
ila on the farm now. Some are aci
uallv too bus) (?) to attend the meetiuv
(hirt w t?t? k
Rev. 1) F. Osteen, of Columbia, U
also assf ting in the meeting, indeed,
"the fields have long whited with Iihi
vest," and when we shall stand In tin
presence of the Great King and t Ii is
question shall have been asked -Hssi
thou toiled through the heat of the
dav?"what then shall our ausvir
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Vestal visile,
friends here this week.
Mrs. J. P. Fitzgerald Is on a visit o
er mother, Mrs. Galloway, ol Theia, u.
t lis writing.
Mr . W. K. Alderson is also on tin
s ck list. Hope she will soon be ou
a :a n. ...
Mr Tom Priest lot a nice horse las
Mr. M. T. Walters is losing his hogs
which are dying of cholera.
Mr. aud Mrs G. W. Mahon are enter
taiiiing friends from Hurricane Switch
i to i n w &6 W
With many good wishes I remain the
THE STICK La lilt Iff. Ul'IlB.
There is no use suffering from thi
dreadful malady, if you Will only gel
t e right remedy. ou are having psiu
an tnrougn your oou.y, your iiver is uui
ot order, have no appetite, no life o
nnbition, have a bad cold, in fact ar
.!onipletey used up. Electric Bitten
is the only remedy that will give yoi
prompt aii' sure relief. They act di
recti v on your liver, stomach, aud kid
neve', tone up the whole system aim
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iisKe you icei hro new wink, urcj
ire guaranteed to cure or price rein,
led. For sale at Woldridge V. Irvine'
drug store, only Mic uer Initio.
inne;i ly. Ill
SO IT II POUT.
io'THi'onT. Aug. 27- The dry weather
still continues and every thing is neei
ug rain veiy much in this part of tin
The health of the community is very
io.ul at preseul, exi-ept Air. train M,t.
ib v, who. we are sorry to say, is no
We are glad to report Mrs. Verge Uei
uiK-h unproved, and her. many friedd
i.ipeshe may soon be restored toheaiti
igsln. " J
Mrs. Blanche Holt s spending Hp
eek with her sister, Mrs. Jay Weils, oi
Miss Sallie Friel, the teacher at this
dace, visited homefolks iu loluinim
Sutiiril ir and SundsV
Miss SelethaGrn,of Giles. Is visiting
icr sister, Mrs. Rutn West, at tins writ-
l iss .ra Chstlin Is spending part ol
uhia week with Her cousin, Miss Kail
alvet.of Vokley. LlilI.LK.
ri.u4a CUBAN RELIEF cr
r lallltrS c ne- e,ir'K'nd Toothache
and Summer CompUiuu. Price, 25 Onta.
Sold by A. H. KAlSs. Uoiilmom
GO WHERE YOUR
SHOE MONEY -:-
GETS THE GREATEST SHOE VALUE.
This is a good rule to follow, and
any reasonable man or woman knows
that a regular
Is the place.
We are confident tliMt we have
the best Man's ..
shoes in Columbia, in tan or
box calf, on any last.
We are selling a Man's Tan
Willow calf 8 h o e , lined
throughout with calf for $3.00
sold in most stores for $4 00.
Two-thirds of a man's life is sppnt
in his ghops ; surely they ought to be
carefully made, so he can have com
fort Come to us and we will take
pleasure in fitting your foot. We
carry in stock everything from a C
last to a 9 wide. Our English last is
especially comfortable ana easy
weai'liiy; it is the most stylish last
for fall ; be sure to see our stock be
fore you buy j our fall shoes.
t. i rants.
Camp BitANCit, Aug. 30. Mrs. Bettie
I'otu had the misfortune of gutting In r
arm broken ou Aug. TZ by a horse fal
ing with her while she was returning
from Dry Fork Church. Her arm is
getting along nicely now, aud her mauy
friends hope for her a sneedy recovery.
we were sorry niueeu to near oi me
ieaih of Mrs. Richard Johnsuii, which
occmrel near Alt. .ion cnurcn ftne
was a kind and loving mother and wif .
She leaves a husband aud four little
children, to whom wxw(l our deep
est sympathy. Mr. Johnson has moved
to his father s home at this place. Ills
b-ib is very sick with fe.ver now, but
we hi' e it will be well soon.
air. . u. .viorton nas moveu to rerry
count to live in the future, ills broth
er moved in the house vacated by linn.
Mr Walter Johnson, ot your city.
visi.ed h s brother, .Mr. 'Pom Johnson,
last Saluiua.y itiul .Miudny.
Miss Annie i 'in. re. i spent U-t week
at Lipsrnmhand attended the protracted
uieeiiiig al Ilia: place. I no Misses l eu
uington also spent the week there.
.Messrs. lobe l otliarn and rom i.eu-
better have just returned from a visit 10
mends in Hickman county.
Phe protracted uieeliug is lu progress
Bio Murphy will preach tor Un
Beach Hill congi eg Uniu the second
Sunday in September. Bro. Harris win
also preach for them the tirst Suuda.v
Mr. It. J. Rail's leg is still giving him
We will close, promising to writ,
Bkiitha and Et'FIK.
A XA ItltO V KstAI'i:.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Adu
E. Hart, of Grotoii, S. 1. "Was takei.
with a bad cold which settled ou m.
lungs; cough set iu and liually termin
ated iu consumption. Four doctors gavi
me up, sayiug I could live but a short
time. 1 gave myself up to my Savior
ietermined if I could not stay with m.v
friends on earth, I would meet m.v ab
-lent ones above. My husband was ad-vi-ed
to get lr. King's New Discoverv
for coiii-uinption, coughs and colds. 1
ave it a trial, took ill all eight bottles
it has cured me, and thank God I an
taved and now a well and healthj
woman." 'Prial bottles free at Woldridgt
A Irvine's drugstore. Regular size fsii
old $1.00. it uaranteed or price refunded.
June ly (1)
Stivkksvillk, Aug. 30. Miss Willi
Baruelt has returned to her home aftei
i two weeks' visit to her sister, Mri-.
Marv liuuuer. in Culleoka.
Misses Rnlie Eeltuer and Virgie Hil ,
tccoinpained hy Messrs. Coinptou, vis.
ted friends in Pulaski recently.
Mr. Hsilas Richardson spent a few
lays near Weaaley last week.
Mrs. Martha Hugger and daughter
Mrs. Icie scott, leave to-morrow foi
paris, 'leu ii., to be gone about t
tveeks. They go to visit Merdame:
Corina Pulleu and Lou lUiuev.
Mrs. F. U. McKtssick, of llroadview
visited her daughter, Mrs. Kate Dug
ger, last week.
Misses Virginia and Ida Green are al
tending school at McCain's.
Mr. Will Jacobs and wife and bah
By , if Carter's Creek, are vlsitt g
re i .t,t iS nere.
Mesdanies Margaret and. N'eely Fi.
of Lynnville, were with their sistei
vtrs. J. 'P. Dogger, not long since.
Mrs. Will Foster has beeu quite si'k
but is belter at this time.
Miss Mamie L. Hunger, of Carter'.
I'rcek, is spending a while with rela
i'rof. P. F. Hill has a large school at
this nlaee. He has something over 5i
pi pils. 1U.O.NDK.
'Continued to Seventh l'aae.
Hheeler Fr I'resideut.
He is not the kind or man who can be
ignored. They are talking now abou.
jiilling him in the Senate, and, person
illy, 1 should not object if they were to
ioiiiiuale him for the presidency soim
iuednv. There is prooably not aiiotn
er country on earth where a mm w o
ought agsiiist tne ruling p.nvers or i n
hi ion Hud I ii tlie Led as tnucii damage as
Wheeler did in the civil war, could
htrly years afterward, slsu I a U..
hau'eeof being linnself a ruling power
But then, there are not inlny pi i" a
.vhere such men as Wneeier can b-J
.ouud. v ashiugtou I apital.
At'C'MtDI t T" SCIKN'CK.
Phere is a man In our town
(Ills name my memory slips)
A ho kissed ten thousand microbes
Off his sweetheart's uby lip.
And when he found what he had done,
With all his might and unto.
He.rushed up there another night
Ami kissed them ou again.
SuliHtrlUv for the Herald.
Culi.koka.Tksn.. Auc. 2H. Moore's
Institute opened Monday Auitust
iind. The number or ounils en
rolled at present is seventv-one. The
community is to be congratulated upon
naving sucn a building and grounds in
which to conduct the public school, and
as a feeble testimony of their gratitude
it has been named for Mr. Frank .1
Moore, through whose big-hearted ge
erosily every poor child in this distric
is put on eipial footing with those ot
means, and prepared by an education
for usefulness in life. These beautiful
school grounds were given by two of
our most enterprising citizens; Messrs
Jesse Tomlinson aud Frank Moore.
Phe latter was also the largest contribu
tor to the funds for building the house,
which is one oi the most commodious
public school buildings iu Maury
County, and, situated on the eminence
overlooking the village, it is live -oh feet
of all observers, .niloiibt Mr. Moore,
as he rides to and from the city to his
home cued (Ihv, feels a fatherhood iu
each chil 1 he sees here, and knows ror
lit m there is ever a "G id biess you for
helping us so."
Another vote of thanks is due Mr.
Toe BHllanfaut, without, whose untir
ing elTurts Moore's Institute would nev
er have been a leality.
I his Is the tirst time in the history of
our village Hint we have ever had a hall
which the public could command at any
Our tirst use made of it was at the
'ce cream supper the ISlb, and the ii
terest mauilesied by the community lu
contributing and attending was con
clusive testimony or their feelings aud
our rrincipai, Mr. A. m. Mcwiuiams,
A. B.,of v uinberland I'niversitv, and
assistant, Miss Mary Beecher of Co
lumbia, are untiring 'in their eff irts in
both secondary and primary work, and
invite all patrons" and ' fincuds to visit
their rooms at any time.
Faxmk Bki.l Ai.koiu).
tt irwond's Narsnparllla for the blood
guaranteed to cure A. ti. KAIMr
Don't Negltct Your Llvrr.
l.iofp troubles uuicklv result in serious
complications, and the man who neglects his
liver has little regard tor heaitn. a nmtie
of Browns' Iron Bitters taken now and then
ill keep the liver in perfect order. 11 the
disease has developed, Browns' Iron Bitters
will cure it permanently. Birengtn ami
vitality will always follow its use.
Browns' Iron Bitters is sold by all dealers.
Chicago Daily News: Secretary Al
ger, as the head of the department of
wir, win justly be held responsible
bf the people, unless impartial investi
gation places the blame elsewhere.
New York Evening Post: The scan
dals in the treatment of the wounded
and enfeebled soldiers at Montauk
F lint grow worse day by day, and the
righteous 'ndignation of the public be
comes constantly more intense.
Sini-itiirtlnbt if plo I hi i "ft II T hp iri i vpr n -
.F. ... ... . ... - , ..
ment stands condemned when, not
withstanding it has $r0,OiK),o:Hi cash
balance ill the treasury, its sick soldiers
are kept alive mainly through the
energy and assistance of private asso
ciations like the Red Cross and the ini
tiative oi niuivioiisi citizens.
New York Herald: If only one-
half toe authenticated statements that
sre iih le were true there would he im-
perstive reason ror prompt investiga
tion Mini the condign punishment or
hoce responsible for this sht n ftui an I
cruel treatmentof men who imperiled
their lives iu their country v service.
Boston Advertiser: Cases have been
now n in abundance where soldiers
have been stsrviug or dying ror want of
proper supplies which lay but a rw
miles away, rue secretary aumiis in
there may have been some "csreles
ness and negligence," and in that h
mission he touch-vl upon the chi r
cause ror complaint against his depai
Philadelphia Public Ledger: The
war department will order a report to
be made on the conduct of the war i"
advance of the meeting or congress, o
that the Tacts history may be set rort.
Th t is a good scheme as far as it goes,
but as i he war department itseir is ac
cuse I of incompetency, duplicity and
worse offeuses, the real investigate i
will have to be made tiy congress, in
the meantime there will he no objec
tion to the collection of data by the war
Philadelphia Inquirer: When the
sufferers from fevers are forced to lie
upon the Hour because of a lack of cots;
when there is salt pork for the alllic
ted i when there is insulllcient shelter:
when the hardships ot the battlefield
ire imposed upon men in a hospital
camp almost within shooting distance
r New York city, then something is
Cnneer often results from an im
purity in the blood, inherited from
'enerations back. Few people are en
tirely free from some taint in the blood,
nd it is impossible to tell when it will
ireak out in the form of dreaded Can
er. What has appeared to be a mere
u'mple or scratch has developed into
;he most malignant Cancer. '
"I had a severe Cancer which vrfl at first
inly a to-w tilotchet, that 1 thought would
soon pass away, i was
treated by several anlo
physicians, but In spite
of their efforts the Can
cerspread until my con
Altei many months of
treatment and growing
steadily worse. I de
cided to trr 8. S. 8.
4 ? which was so stroncly
rminiHiriniru. i nr mm
"SL hoitle produced an Im-
. S I A
liniTriurni, I n'liuniiru
ine menicine, ana in
four months the last lft
tle scab drooped off.
"Al' ' Ten vears hsve elsosed.
and not a sign of toe disease has r-turned.
R. F. WII.UAMR,
Tk la rlnr-Tarona tr rinerlment with
Cancer. The disease iilieyond the still
of physicians. S. S. S. is the only cure,
because it is the only remedy which
goes deep enough to reach Cancer.
(Swift's Specific) the only -blood
remedy guaranteed Purely YegfltabU.
All others contain potash and, mer
gury, the most dangerous of mineral.
Book on Cancer and blood dvseaaes
mailed free by Swift Specific Companj,
" Jo Dick's "
Feed Cutters have
long since been j
accepted by all
iiiuiu icuuuin. ilia if
the best, strongest f
and most durable
Cutter made, and
in the indorse
ment of cattle
which fills a silo easier and cheaper than
was ever done before. We have these in
stock and will be plqased to have you in
Here is the 'old. reliable "Superior,"
which has proven itself worthy the name
A jjrain drill with an inefficient feed is
worse than the old uby haudM way. The
SUPERIOR has the only feed that will
plant the diversity of crops planted to-day
with urain drills; noticeably, peas and oats.
In addition to this, it is a stronger, and
better made, consequently more durable
Tlio Rotary Dutchman
and Hancock Disc Plow?
are always found in the front furrow on all
Ve are to-day offering better buggies
for the money than were ever soil before
in this market.
J. P. Street fit Go.
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