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Vol. !X No. 48 Salisbury, N. C., Wednesday, November I2ht, 1913. Wm. H. Stewart, Editor
B. S. COLER TRIES TO CARRY WATER ON BOTH SHOULDERS. Plain sumasnt of Whit Hi? Catholic G;.ti:sh is So k Bg to Establirh. The Am -rican people have been m r i r i >9 disposed tu doubt The ft) •; c ’a contenti n that it is the 0! j ■ ,,f the It man Gatholio ■ hi- reby to make this nation C. ’boli ', set the R. man church above the state and dictate the re ligion of the republic. 'a manists themselves deny the fees when c ntrouted by Menaoe road re, and insist that The Men* ace 13 iyi1 g, out ifc i9 not. Week before last, there was held ii B stun what .-.as known as the Catholic Missionary Congress. On Sunday evening, O-tuber 19tb, there was he'd a m etii g at the Cask dral of the Ho y Cross, Bos ton, at* wnich Bisbip M. F- Fal lon, of L ndor, Out , was the princina! sp* aker. In the course oi hu r marks he made the posi ti-un u the Catholic church so p ain that th bin-test Protestant ca ii u fail to understand hie meain.®. Here's what he said accotdi: g tu rue Boit. n H 'l’aid of n r. i - - 20 h : "This Mbsionaiy Congress is a simple natural couses queuee of Catholic principles and from these principles there follows the answer to the question, 'What does this movement mean V It tueaus that we propose to make this North American continent Catholic; to bring America to je-urs through the divine doctrines of the Catholic church and under the su preme spiritual shepherdship of the pope of Rome.” Is t' or p am enough for you to gi'aq ? D es that need anv explanation or comment from us? Th si -oly grafterB hope to ward off crc’.cism of their damn able deiig.,8 by using the name of J,.su. i,i;tist, i lit their desecration and b sbph my of the name of Christ dec ive uc one who under stand' sbeir game, and the above expression wi ! deceive no cue who is abb to concentrate his mn.d f jf an instant on the con ten s of the whol • paragraph. At a matter f fact the Ameri ca i people have slept cn their rights uuv.l th-se human vultures in eiiw-’p’s clothing have already captured everything in thiB na tion lha■ Is of any value, ai d un less tb re is an awakening, only second to hit which marked the R formation led by Luther, and tfaa‘ s u, even the right of pro test will 1 e gone, indeed, will you, dear friend, be "brought under the rib ph rdsbip (slavery) of the pope of Rome.'’ H w dc you like the prospect?— The M nace. The Menac3, the greatest little paper m America, takes a fall cut with Bird S. Coler, a so-called prctestant who recently published a litt o 1 ook giving Catnolicism a boc6t and advocating a divisiou of cf the public school funds with that church, and has the following inlerea.il g remarks on the sub j - c e: THE 'C MMON CAUSE” G E8 BR KE. A • ew m mud at orus the already ov ill wing newspaper graveyard. To tu-- tune of Hail, Hail, the Ga All H ire 1 the funeral dirge aim u •<-.* e the demise ol the “Cjm men Cause,” which died recently with that world o'd ailment, lack of pair n ige. C i d i 11. Pullen, Bird S . Oder and Chariea A Zmkert were the cief m urucrs. Members of organized labor, Socialists and their sympathizers will remernl) >r that > here was or* gun z jd iu New Y jri, several moths ago, wi h a great blare of trump IB, an urge: •> it,ion known as l’s.- S ciftl Rif rm Press, pub lish g the ‘Common Cause,” a lather pretentious lo king month ly magazine, and “The Live Ii eue,” a m ingy looking four page weekly, tilt policy of both of which v. a to b it st the Roman Gath lie political m chine and do all ic their power to deprive the work i; g |>8 p'e of the nation cf the crumbs that fail from the ta ble f Div, s. That it does not. pay to kick the ,A-. m u who is already down, and that it is not, pn fitab.e to p ck V the b nes of dead men to feel the ivu tu, e cf piu ocracy, is evi denced by tlie demise of this liter ary if t re known ae the “Com mon Cause,” and unnouuced in 8 p rev lit, - ut I y Bird S. Colei a. bis . que of Romish lickspit tle T Jott-er is signed by Condi B. Pallen, Terence Sbealy (a Je suit) and James J. Walsh, com posing the editorial Btaff of the “Live Issue” aud the now defunct “Common Cause,” but Bird S. Coier, a Jesuit in disguise, posing as a M-thodist for the purpose of pulling the wool over the eyeB of Protestants, is one of the leading spirits in the organization. Coier is one of those fellows who hob-nobs with the priests aud prelates of Rome, then with Prot estants and laboring men, and tries to persuade them that their interests are identical, and that their objects are one and tde same. lie iB the man who wants the state to defray the expense of the parochial schools of Rome, and who objects to the inspection of Rome’s slave penB on the ground that it is interfering with con science and religion. Precisely 1 “Our interests are one,” said the fox. after devour ing the goose. “Same here,” an swered the hawk, with the feath ers of the dove still clinging to his beak. “I am with you,” ohip ped iu the shark; aud “I congrat ulate yon upon your wise political ecouomy” was the amen of the lion as the lamb’s tail disappeared down the red lane. TU --~ a.U ~ --_ i.ot be fooled any longer by men of the Coler and Wiudle stripe. They are beginning to think for themsylves, and they are not o easily hoodwinked as they onoe were. To the intelligent mind the apologists for Rome are amusing in tho extreme. The old ship of R: me is floundering in water too -wift for her propeller. She is navigated iy a captain whose com, ass always points purgatory ward, and manned by a crew of lunatics who bolds to that course r gardless of the wreckage in the pathway. The people are not only sick and tired of Rome and Ro manism, but they are disgusted with Buch miserable creatures as the promoters of the ‘ Common Cause” and “The Live Issue ” They have no patience with wolves in sheep's clothing, and the soon er the wolves learn th9 lesion the more time will they have to repent of their misdoings. Lit ns erect at the head of this uew.y made grave a tombstone, and on this tombstone let ns write aa inscription: “Here lies, in this desecrated spot, the blasted ambitions of Bird S. Coler, too green to barn and too antiquated to preserve, may they repose ie peace.” Declare War on Colds A crusade of education which aims "that common co ds may be :ome uncommon within the next generation" has been brgun by prominent New York Physi* cians. Here is a list of the "dou’ts” whioo the dootors say wilt prevent the annual visitaticn of the cold : "Don’t sit in a draughty csr.” "Dou’t sleep in hot rooms.” "Don’t avoid the fresh air.” ‘‘Don’t stuff yourself at meal time. Over eating reduces yi ur resistance.” To which we would add—when you take a cold get rid of it as quiiy as possible. To accomplish that you will find Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy most excellent. For Sale by All Dealers. Robert L. Doughton. Robert L. Doughton, repre sentative in Congress from the eighth diBtriot of North Carolina, was born in Laurel Springs, N. 0., November 7Eh, 1863. His education was received in the schools of his native plaoe. In early l fe he engaged in the mer oa tile business and subsequently he went in for farming and stock nisiug on an extensive scale He established a high reputation as a farming expert and for many years wae a member of the State Board of Agriculture. Mr. Dugbton entered public life iu 19'8 in which he was eleotsd to the N irih Carolina Senate. In 1911 he was sent to Congress from his district and last November he was elected for a second term ■ Nearly Every Child Has Worms Pa euess, at times a flashed faoe, unnatural huuger, pioking the nose, great thirst, etc., are in dications of worms. Kickapoo Worm K'Uer is a reliable, thor ough medicine for the removal of all kinds of worms from children and adults. Kickapco Worm Kil ler in pleasant candy form, aids digestion, tones the system, over coming oaostipation and iuoreas ■ i..g the action of the liver. Is perfectly safe for even the most delicate children'. Kickapoo Worm Killer makes children happy aud healthy. 26e. Guaranteed, Try it Drug stores or mail. Kicka poo Indian Medicine Oo., Phila i delphia and St. Louis. :much bloodshed follows sirike. Bridges Tom Down by Striking Miners to Prevent Goal Being Shipp.d. Trinidad, Col., Nov. 8.—This was a day of bloodshed aud vio lence at the southern Colorado coal fields where 9.000 miners ate on strike. Three mine guards bearing deputy sheriff's oommis aians and one nou-uuiou miner were shot and killed from ambush while two other deputies were wounded, one of whom may die, two non union miners were at tacked at Starkdale and badly wounded the town marshal of Saceundao was disarmed aud fired upon by strikers and four nation al guardsmen were seized aud threatened with violence if they did not leave the district. Tonight provo guards are pa trolling the street! of Trinidad and Walensbnrg which will bs followed by the plaoing of troops in every camp in southern Colo rado. The three deputies wno were | killed from ambush waie Luther Carey, Walter Witten and H. E Bryan. The fourth victim wss an Italian miner who bad been kidnapped by strikers, rescued by the marshals at Huilar and shot iu the back while being escorted from the town by that official. Deputy Sheiiff Gambley was among those shot. Bryant was the bod of Captain Bryant, of Denver, a prominent educator. He was returning to Oakdale camp when he was seised by the strikers. He telephoned Super intendent Jones at the mines and an automobile filled with deputies and a driver was sent to bring him to the mints. While the machine was climbing a steep hill fifteen men hidden behind rocks fired upon the men with powered rifles. Carey was killed by the first volley, Witten by the second and Bryant by the third. Deputy Rigers managed to escape the ballets and ran to the nearest bouse where he called aid by tele phone. A U rj D U1 1UD1 n tuouou uuua l V_I Livita with their riflea ou their shoulders. None of them have lean arrest sd a; d ths bodies of the guards are still iu the automobile in which they were shot to death as no one dares go near the machine for fear of being shot. Service on the Rio Grande be tween Lavita and Trinidad wa= tied up today by the burning cf five bridges near Rouse’s junction. Railroad officials dec'ared that, striking oral miners were respon sible iu an effort to stop the ship ment of coal from the mines. A Night of Terror Few nights are more tembb. than that of a mother looking on her child choking and gasping for breath daring an attack of croup, and nothing in the house to re lieve it. Many mothers have pass ed nights of terror in this situation. A little forethought will enable you to ayoid all this. Ohamberlaiu’s Cough Remedy is a certain jure for oroup and has never been known to fail. Keep it at baud. For Sale by All Dealers, -• • The Teachers’ Assembly fo Meet In Ral eigh. The teachers of the State will be grauted holiday without Iobs of pay, November 28th, Friday of TbaukBgiviug week, iu order to ei.able them to attend th,. North Carolina Teachers’ Assembly, whioh holds session in Ralpigh November 26th 29th, if the request is granted by the city and county boards of education. Many of the most prominent teachers in North Carolina, both public and private, will take part in the discussions. Besides these, whose names are familiar to all of ub, the Assembly has secured the services of several men and wo men of national reputation They are as follows: President J. D. Eggleston, of the Virginia Poly technic Institute and former State superintendent of Virginia; Dr. William Heard Kilpatrick, of the Teaohers’ College, Columbia Uni versity; Hon E. C. Branson, formerly president of the State Normal at Athens, Georgia, now teacher of rural economics and sociology; Miss Ella V. Dob! s, head of the department of manual training in the University of Mis souri, and Richard T. Wyche, president of the National Story tellers’ League and editor of the Story-tellerB’ Magazine.” Tonight Tonight, if yon feel dull and stupid, or bilious and constipated, take a dose of Chamberlaiu’E Tablets and you will feel all right tomorrow. For Sale by All Dealers. WAR WITHOUT QUARTER AT MONTEREY Entlie Blocks Destrojied and Bodies are Burned In Streets. Laredo, Texas, Nov. 9.—War fare without quarter with oppos ing armies burning and dynamic iug all that seemed to stand iu the way to victory, has been waged at Mouterey, Mexico, between the defending Fed rals and the be seiging Constitutionalists. Some of the unremitting fierceness of the struggle, particularL iu the engagements of October 28 and 24 wheuthi Constitutionalists occu pied a large portion of the the city, is pictured iu Seiz-Zag, an illustrated weekly published at Mouterey, copies of which reach ed Laredo today. Many bodies were left in the streets until a lull iu the fighting should afford time for their burn ing. A view of Cucnhtemoc street near the National Railway station where the conflict oentered, show ed an entire block destroyed by fire and oanonadiug. Numerous oorpses are in the ruins. General Miguel, whose residence was one of the finest in northern Mexico, was bnrned^to death when Constitutionalists destroyed the house by fire. The north faoade of the government palace was shot away. The total property loss was said to be incalculable. The railway lines claim their dimage alone will approximate $7,000,000 Iu the railroad yards 658 cars were burned. Many of them were load ed with merchandise. The round heu^e was completely destroyed wit-h more than twenty engines. No estimate was given of the loss of life, bnt it is known to have been heavy. Saved His Foot H D. Ely, of Bantam, 0., suf fered from horrible ulcer ou bis foot 4 years Doctor advised am putation, but he r-'fused and re luctantly tried Buokleu's Arnica Salve as a last resort. He then wrote: “I used ycur salve and mv foot was soon completely cured.” Best rotn dy for burns, cuts, bruis es and eoz ma. Get a box today. Only 25c All druggists or by mail. 11 E. Buokleu & Co., Phil adelphia or St. Louis. ABOUT ADVERTISING. Truthfulness and Noisyness are Very Different Quantities. The advertiser helps the sub scriber because a paper without advertising would be forced to charge much more for a year’s subscription, and the subscriber helps the advertiser by furnishing him a medium to cry his wares. The newspaper offers to sell reading matter and space. Th e reader buys the one; the adver tiser the other. Space value is reckoned by quantity and quality of circulation. With the shrewd est advertiser quality comes first. To connect with the dollar and not merely with the man, is the advertiser’s motive. Hence his appeal is to the man with the dollar. Strange to say, not all news papers with space to sell are abreast with merchants with goods to sell. Yellow newspapers outnumber yellow merchants. The newspaper that prints ‘wild, whirling words’ about itself is not exceptional. The newspaper filled with boastlul blasts about itself is not yet dead. The newspaper claiming in big type, sometime at the ex pense of big news that enterprise, public affection for the com munity are its private monopoly, is still heard from. That kind of newspaper is twenty years behind the times. It is twenty years behind the merchant. It tries to fool the merchant, its customer, who is too wise and too honest to try to fool the people, his customers.—Ex. * A Cosumptlve Cough A cough that bothers you oou tinuallv is one of the danger sig, nals which warns of consumption, Dr. King’s New Discovery sto[ she cough, l oosen the chest, ban ish fever aud let you sleep peace fully. The first dose ohecks thi symptoms and gives prompt relief Mrs. A. F. Mertz of Glen Ellvn Iowa, write*: ' Dr. King’s Nes Discovery cured a stubborn cougl after six weeks’ dooteriug failei to help.” Try it, as it will d< the same for you. Best medioim for coughs, colds, throat and luuf troubles. Money back if it fails Pri|e 50c. and $1.00. All drug g’sts, by mail H. Bucien & Co, Philadelphia or St. Louie. CITY ALDERMEN MEET. Quite a Number of Big and Little Matter: Attended to. The city board of alderman met in the city hall last Wednesday night with Mayor Woodson pre siding. A quorum was present and the following business was transacted. O. C. Andrews, manager of the new Yakin Hotel asked that the b^ard take steps to see that a side walk was built along the street from Council to Kerr. This was agreed to. the Bame to be charged to the Southern Railway. P. 13. Jarrett asked the board to protect his property with a re taining wail and prevent the washing away of his lot corner of Main and Franklin Streets. The city graded the street here and was responsible for the damage being done and agreed to remedy ike trouble. Officers- of the First Presby terian Churoh were given per mission to cut down several trees j on South Church Street which were in the way of the 09ment walk they wili lay there. The work on Thomas Street was reported complete and the ost was reported to have been $8,200. Somp property owners on South Long Street asked that a sewer main be placed on the street. Granted. Parties on West Council Street uek- d that the sidewalk be graded so that they could prooeed with the construction of a pavement. The Public Service Company was instructed to make better crossings over their tracts at the entrmoe to Chestnut Hiil Ceme tery. ia-7 uivj cugiuooi w as lUBgiUwb* ed to furnish the alerk a list of thos9 in the sewer distriot who have not made connections, as t hey i re to be forced to comply with the rules lai 1 down by the board. A H Price, Esq., appeared in l-ehalf of the N. C. Public Servioe Company relative to the light bills for several months prior to the installation of the new aros. An agreeable settlement was rei-cbed. The Salvation Army asked for financial assistance inasmuch as it is aiding worthy pocr of the community. The request was takeu under advisement. The Public Service Company asked to be allowed to dig up Main Street from Council to the Empire Hotel again. They wish to change the gas pipe along this route. Permission was grauted to do this under the direction of the city engineer and the observ ance of specified conditions. The Princeton Cotton Mill was permitted to make connection with the city sewer at its own ex oense and by paying a yearly tax of $50. It was decided to have the oity attorney take up the matter >f better light rates with the Corporation Commission. S. W. Harry of the oemetery committee reported the burial of only eight iu the public cemeteries daring October; three whites and five Negroes The matter of providing a site for a city inoiuerator was considered, but went over to the u-xt meeting The ladies have offered to raise the neoeBsary funds for the ereotion of the plant if the city will provide the sif e. The idea was favorably re ceived. It was reported to tbe board that the S mthern Railway was preparing to install more and better lights at the passenger station and at the Council Street crossing. The widow of Cal. Evans, oolor ed, through her brother, Ambrose Sharpe, asked for financial assist bauca, but bb the city had borne all of the burial expenses of her late husband, the matter went over till the next meeting, W. F. Kelsey, the Negro under taker, was granted a commission of ten per cent, on the sale of all lots be might make in the Negro cemetery. J. M. Brown, city tax collector, made a satisfactory report as to the amount of taxes collected dunug October. Charlie Baker, San Brioe and Bud Neely, who recently brokt into and stole from the Arey hard ware store a number articles whicl stiuok theii fancy, were given i 1 heating in the ocunty oourt las1 Thursday morning and were bonne over to the Superior Court unde: a $500 each, and failing to givi it were reminded to jail, Briee be ing sent to 6he city lock-up. Brio* was shot by Baker soon after thi 1 robbery and owing to the serious ness of toe wounds the trial wa delayed until he was able to apea in court. Baker was fonnd guilt; > of shooting his pal and was givei twelve months ou the roads. PORFIRIO DIAZ HAY RETURN. To Assume Proilslonil Prisldsncy. A Fall Elsctioa to bo Hold. Mexioo Oity, Not. 8.—Accord ing to a rumor widely circulated here tonight Porfirio Dies ie com ing back to asenme the provis ional presidency with the baoking of the United States and the Enropean powers and under a guarantee that a fair election shall be held. The report has been received with delight by the Mexicans. There ie no doubt that Don Por firio would have the popular sop port. The resentmsnt displayed against him at the time of the Madero revolt ha* entirel/ disap peared. General Anbert, the dashing cavalry leader who hae been call ed the Phil Sheridan of Mexico, was imprisoned today by order of the war department on charges of disobeying oiders and defrauding the government. President Huerta’s backbone has been stiffened by the receipt f Buffiai«ut funds to operate the ‘. he government uutll the end of he pr sent month end the impli ed promise .of further financial -rid if the new congress acts favor *bl> on oertain oil land conces sions. TtL .. i_ _t- l i_ .n.i 11 a uo IUBU n u IWU UUI UUBUlOU line government to pay its employes some days in advance of the reg ular time, has been obtained, it is understood, through the in flueuoe of Lord Oowtray, bead of the Pearson syndicate. It was hinted today that the long con ference last evening letween Special Envoy Lind and Sir Lionel Carden, the British minister, may have had some connection with the activities of the Pearsons in Mezioan affairs. No apparent ohange has oome over the situation during the day. Rebel activities oontiuue and foreigners of all nationalities con tinue preparing for flight in an ticipation of an ontbreak. Justice Out of Wan, What About Glenn. Washington, Nov. 9—E. J. Justice stole a maroh on every body except Secretary Jcsephns Daniels and Col. William H. Os born. Weeks ago he was offered a position as speoial attorney and nobody dreamed it. Mr, Justice was not the original Wilson man in North Carolina, but he was on the driver’s seat of the Wilson band wagoD, early and loud, and late. Now, he will go to California, far out of Senator Overman’sjterritory, to help Unole Sam regain about 2 030,000 acres of land that rightfully belongs to him. He will assist one of the U nited States distriot attorneys of California. Being a good lawyer, and a nat ural-born trust fighter, made Mr. Justice an ideal man for the de partment of jastioe at this time. He will be in position to use all of his ability and vim and vigor, fighting in behalf of Unole Sam. Mr. Justice is not a stranger to Attorney General MoReynolds, for be helped in the controversy againBt the American Tobacco Company. Secretary Daniels and Commis sioner Osborn are said to have started the movement that landed Mr. Justice where he could not re fuse a very excellent assignment under a Democratic administra tion. Mr MoReynolds asked Sen ator Overman and Senator Sim mons about Mr, Justice- Both senat irs gave him a oapital name as an attorney and a fighter. Thaw May Remain In Hew Hampshire for a Year. Concord, N. H., Nov. 8 —Gov. ernor Felker today signed the extradition papers for the return of Harry K. Thaw to the custody of New York state. Today’s de cision, although a victory foi William Travers Jerome and hit assistants in the fight for the re turn of Thaw to New York state, does not mean that the ^fugitive will be taken^bask to Matteawan, In fact it may be a year or mor< before the slayer of Stanford White is taken out of New Hamp shire. His appeal for a writ o: habeas corpus will be fought out in the United States courts. ai.___ ..j 11..4_u — _ Tocpid liver, oonatipated bowel ' and disordered stomach are thi | causes of these headaohes. Tak t Dr King’s New Life Pills, yoi , will be surprised how quickly yoi i will get relief. They stimulat i the different organs to do thei • work properly. No better regu i iator for liver and bowtes. Tak ' 25j. and invest in a box today, A ' all druggists or by mail. H £ Buol i len & Go., Philadelphia and St Louis. ENTIRE EAST IN THE STORM’S GRIP. Heaiy Snowfall In West Virginia, Western Maryland and Other States. Washington, Nov. 10—Practi oally the .entire country east of the Mississippi river is in the grip of a storm, the snow, high winds and cold wave reaohing from Florida to New England. The weather bureau declares that there iB no relief in sight for the next twenty-four hours. The high winds are driving the storm to ward the northeast. The heaviest snowfall of the season, is reported throughout West Virginia and western Maryland. Killing frosts are reported in Georgia and South Carolina. Chioago, Nov. 10.—Half a mil lion dollars damage to wrecked dooks, two deaths, damaged tele graph aud telephone lines are the result here of the most severe early winter storm that has swept the large region in many years. The foroe of the storm here has been spent. Pittsburg, Nov. 9—Crippling transportation facilities and pros trating wire communication over a wide area, an extraordinary snow, sleet and wind storm visited this seotion today and continues tonight. During the time ten inches of snow fell, four inches more than in November since 1880. The barometer registered 20 C6, or about one inch below normal, and this incident of the storm is viewed as remarkable by local offioialeof the United States weather bureau. Throughout the day a wind from the northwest blew 40 miles an hour, while the temperature dropped from 48 to 22 degrees in less than 15 hours. Proceeded by heavy rains Friday and Saturday, snow began falling at 3 o’olock this morning. Before noon railroad, trolley and vehicle traffic was battling with the ele ments in an effort to oontin ue operations. Toward evening the thermometer tumpled rapidly and the water and snow froze. This completely demoralized transpor tation. Will Probably Move Revenue Office Here. An Asheville dispatoh' Saturday says: With the announcement of OommissioDer|of,Internal Revenue W. H Osborn that Revenue Agent R, B Sams will be succeeded Mon day by Thomas H. Vanderford, of Salisbury, who will assume charge of the district including the two Carolinas, comes a rumor that the headquarters of the district will be transferred from this oity to Salisbury. Whether or not the rumor is authentic is, of oourse, not known, althcugh men who are in touch with the situation will not be surprised if Revenue Agent Vanderford makes the change. Mr. Sams leaves tomorrow night for Washington, to confer with Mr. Osborn relative to his future location, the naming of Mr. Van derford to relieve Mr, Sams mean ing that the latter will be trans ferred to some other district. He is employed under Civil Service rules and will not be relieved from further duty in the service. Asheville, Nov. 10.—“The of fices of the internal revenue agent will remain in Asheville idednite ly,” deolared T. H. Vanderford, newly appointed revenue agent for this district today. Mr. Van derford arrived here last night and assumed his new duties this morning. He declared that he we would not have anything to say until he had become better acquainted with the routine of his office work, but that he has no in tention at present of moving the offices to Salisbury. “I just learned of my appiontment yes serday morning at 4 o’clock,” he said, “as I returned from a busi ness trip to Virginia, and have had no time to formulate any plans.” We shall oontinue to look for the offioes to oome to Salisbury nevertheless. State of Ohio, oity of Toledo,) Lucas County, ) 84 Frank J. Cheney mnkes oath that he is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the Oity of Toledo, : County and State aforesaid, and i that said Arm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall’s Ca tarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney. Sworn to before me and sub scribed in my presence, this 6h day of December, A. D. 1886, (Seal) A. W. Gleason. 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