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VI'OS. J. ADAMS,.EDITOR
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25.
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The Hon. W. F. Stevenson, of
Chesterfield, is spoken of for gover
A Pasteur Institute [for the
treatment of hydrophobia is to be
located in Atlanta, tia.
Henceforth acd forever , there.
will', be no second class fare or
second class people on the railroads
in. South Carolina. Everybody
can ride in first class coaches with
the editors and three card monte
The proposition to do away with
the campaign meetings this year
is in the.interests nf the Ins. Away
with Hit ''/.Let our delegates to
the State/convention be instructed
against a dfparture' so moustrous.
Fares' on ali railroads in this
State have been reduced from 4cts
.to;3cts*amile This seems tobe the
work of the railroad cooimissioTy
aud it is high time the?; should be
doing something to earn their sait.
The Philadelphia Record makes
a very good point in saying that
whether or not the -man who shot
at the Prince of Wales, tho other
day, was a Boer sympathizer, he
did.net shoot like a Boer,
The appintment ' of R. M.
Wallace, of Suinter, to be Collector
of the port of Charleston is' one of
the very few good appointments
Preadt McKinley has made in
South Carolina. Col. Wallace^
'a staunch republican but respected
by-all who know him.
A prohibition convention will
soon be called to meet in Columbia
on Wednesday, the 23rd May, to
? ^consider the Advisability of put
ting in the field candidates for
Governor and Lieut governor, and
we-have no doubt such a ticket
will be the outcome of such con
The big fight of the year 1900
>will ,be between the square bale
and the found bale cotton men.
Theres a mint of money behind
We take no stock in either, but j
hope that out of the matter some
thing better than either the present
robndor square bale may be evolv
ed, and have no doubt but that j
will be the result finally.
The United States have made
demands on the "unspeakable"
Turk for indemnity for the killing
aud. 'harassing of American
missionaries some years ago.
Turkey's reply is that she will
attend to this matter in due season
and as she attends to similar
matters. And now Uncle Sam is
considering the propriety of seiz
ing the island of Smyrna, and
holding "it until 'such time as it
shall shall suit Turkey to settle.
Pares Are Loaver.
Those who travel on the railroads
in South Carolina will from today
pay less fare than heretofore, the
rate having been reduced from
four cents a mile to three cents a
a mile. The new rate will go into
Some time ago the State railroad
commission ordered a reuction
in the passenger rate on all
railroads operating in this
State and as the result the first
class fare has been reduced to
three cents a mile. The second
class fare has been abolished.
The fare from Charleston to
Columbia will be $3.89 and the
fare from Charleston to Savannah
will be $3.45.
Rashness is oftener the resort of I
cowardice than of courage.
Arthur Wellesley (Duke of Well
The brave are parsimonious of j
Pity makes the world soft t ) the j
weak and noble for the strong.- j
Piety is a kind of modesty. It
makes us turn aside our thoughts,
88 modesty makes us down our
eyes in the presence o? whatever ia
CUBAN OIL cxrao
) Cuts, Borne, Bruises, Bhsn
jnatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents.
For sale byG.J L. Penn & b'on.
Dr. ' Montagne Lectures at the
Dr. A.. P. Montague, President
of Furmau University, iras foi
several weeks been travelling over
the state in the interests of the in
stitution, over which he presides.
It.wasEdgefield's honor to be the
home of this cultured and learned
gentleman one day last week. It
was the delightful pleasure and
privilege of/the students of the
South Carolina Co-educational In
stitute and a few others to be pres
ent at his address delivered at the
Institute building on Tuesday
evening of last week. This lec
ture was the most brilliant and
magnificent that has ever been
heard in Edenfield and for forty
minutes so enthralled the minds
of the listeners that the minutes
became as seconds to the imagina
tion. Dr. Montague received the
deegree of L. L. D., from the Uni?
versity of Virginia and was called
as President of Furmau Universi
ty, from the position of Dean of
Columbian University, at Wash
ington D C.
In his opening remarks, he made
mention of Ms unexpected arri
val, and said that he bad not an
ticipated the pleasure of address
ing the students of the S. C. C. I.,
but deemed it one of the sweetest
of privileges to cast some seeds of
thought into the minds of the stu
dents of the collego over which his
esteemed frieud President F. N. K.
Bailey presided. He said of Prof.
Bailey that he was one of the most
eminent among the educators of
South Carolina and known not on
ly in his own state but others for
his wonderful capacity, efficiency,
and faithfulness to his high call
ing. Anochpr whom be was ex
ceedingly gratified to meet again
was the distinguished Dr. L. R
Gwaltney a man known and hon
ored over the whole south tor. his
singular beauty and strength of
character, and no, only known in
the South but the North. He had
from his earliest boyhood in the
State of Virginia heard and hon
ored the name of Dr. Gwaltney.
What a happy attainment of the
life and heart to be able to appre
ciate those who really deserve to
be honored. A man may be well
judged by the manner in which he
reveres the deserving.
As Dr. Montague said" no nation
has ever risen above their concep
tion of the deity," so no mun wil l
ever arise above the mediocre who
fails to esteem properly his fellow
men who by their grandeur in
conceptions and ideals have at
tained to lofty heights of intellect
Bad Blood-Cure Free !
Bad Blood; causes Blood and Skin
Diseases, Eruptions, Pimples, Scrofu
la, Eating Sores, Ulcers, Cancer, Ecze
ma, Skin Scabs, Emptions and Sores
on Children, Bue um at is rn. Catarrh,
Itching Humors, Etc. For these trou
bles a positive specific cure is found in
B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm), the
most wonderful blood purifier of the
age. It bas been thoroughly tested
for past thirty years and has always
cured even the most d^ap-seated, per
sistent oases, after doctors and patent
medicines had all failed. B. B. B. cures
hy driving out of the blood the poi
sons and humors which cause all
these troubles,and acure is thus made
that is permanent. Contagious Blood
Poison, producing Eruptions, Swollen
Glands, Ulcerated Throat and Month,
Etc.. cured by B. B. B, the only reme
dy that can actually cure this trouble.
At druggists, $1 per large bottle; six
large bottles (full treatment) $5. B.
B. B. is an honest remedy that makes
real cures. To test B, B. B. write for
Free Trial Bottles which will be sent
prepaid. Medical advice Free. Ad
dress Blood Balm Co., Atlanta. Ga.
Tlie following letter has been
received by Treasurer Adams, ot
Beaufoit county, which we copy
from the Beaufort Gazette :
Mr. Adams dear sir I
write to notifie This officp of said
State said C J that I who have bin
a native citycioe of Beaufort
County avery cenee township liver
for more than 20 years is not
there now is living in State of
Georgia for the last 27 months
and probaly will make Georgia
my and dear sir I thorth that it
wood be rite for me to notify this
office and Have my name rebol i sh
from this Book of pole Tax
Dereel. Mr. Adams dear sir my
sow have five pig, dear sir my
wife have dide dear sir two pig
have dide and I speaks to mary to
Catrina Coaxum, said Co. and
State next Chuseday also my
coon dog which is on Tax Book
forone $ is sell for fifteen cent and
some tater slip, also Catrina say
he Billy Goat which is on the
Book for ono $30 cent is founder
and anyhow have the manger and
is not wort but 30 cents which is
rite. No more to say sir which
please coreck. Mr. Adams sir.
P. E. Mattis.
There's a pointer for some of
our tusy men in this little story of
child life: "Mamma,"asked little
3-year-old Freddie, "are we going
to heaven some day?" "Yes, dear,
I hope PO," was the reply. "I wish
papa could go, too,'* . ontinued the
little fellow, "Well, and don't you
think be will?" asked his mothwr, '
"Oh, no," replied Freddie, "he
couldn't leave hU business."
I have for sale some genu'ne King
Cotton Seed, second year's planting.
Apply at. Penn's Drug Storw or to
AMXKR li no AD W ATE K.
Thomas & Barton Co/s I
Everything that will make your home comfortable
and attractive, and at prices to please those
of very moderate means.
Our stock of Brass and Enameled
Beds are new in design, low in price,
and can be used with Golden Oak.
flahogany, Bird's Eye Maple and
white enameled Dressers, Wash
stands, French Dressing Tables
Large Double Beds, light and dark finish.".$2, $2.50, $3
" Bedroom Suits, solid oak.^1*.50, ftS, $20
Wardrobes.$9 to $85 I Dressers.4?4 to $35
Chifoniers .. :.$6*75 to $35 | Washstands.$1.75 to $20
Brass and Enameled Beds,
$4.95 to $35.
ODD PIECES PARLOR FURNITURE kl ClOSfHG OUT PRISES.
Ladies' Writing Desks, |
Side Tables, Sideboards^
Office Rali Top Besks Hail Racks
' Rockers and Qfeaks for Bedrooms, Dining
Rooms, Parlors, Halb and everywhere, in;
endless variety, at places that will please the
pocket-oTte. to $&Q0 each. *
Polished Golden Oak or Mahogany finished
Rockers $3.95 each, worth $5.
R?duction in Sewing Machines.
IDEAL NEW HOME (complete with alUttacteents) $25, $35, $45
Reliable DOMESTIC " ' " ? 35, 40, 50
150 SECOND-HAND MACHINES.>_caril 5, 10, 12
MUSIC FOR THE HOME.
. No home is attractive without it
?v Tftg^^^^ is guaranteed for a life
C?XQ?X*i Farrand & Votey's
iTMNEX ceMaated Organs for
parlor, church arsd Joclge. H jon. have not all
the money, we witl.meke terms to stat
BABY CABS, $4.75 to $50.
60-GARTS. $2^0 lo $25
SPECIAL* SAJUB. ? ?
Rugs, Art Squares and Lao? Curtains.
34 x 58 inch Union fringed Rug? . - ?.,..,?,;?" 5?fc; worth 85c
20 x 46 inch Smyrna ? ? fibre Ejh?? SS2?r;<9c ; " $1-00
30x60 inch " ? " - r,fe,3^;: fUe; "1.1S
36x72 inch " * " ? " r ,^r'- Vi 2.50
200 rolls Spring Mattings? 40 yards each_"_$3.95 and $6
500 pairs Lace Curtains ..20e, 50c, 68c and 75c pair
100 high grade SOUDANS, with guaranteed tees, $19.75; worth $35
AGENTS FOR BEST FITTING STANDARD PATTERNS.
THOMAS & BARTON GO.
706 to 710 Broadway, Augusta, Ga.
Bree Elevator running-to upper floors.
Col. A. Howard Patterson.
The daily papers of the 12th
inst, coptained the authoritiv?
announcement of tho candidacy of
Col. A. Howard Patterson for the
Democratic nomination for Gover
nor. He has entered the field at
the urgent insistence of friends
and supporters thoughout all
sections of the State.
That he will conduct his cam
paign on high and honorable
principles ie without doubt or
question. That will be in keeping
with his character and the type of
of his lineage. For he comes
from a patriotic line. On the
paternal ?ide his auocestors over
a century aud a half ago when the
cause of the Pretender, which they
had gallantly championed, was lost
abandoned Scotland and sought
freer libel ty in North Charolina,
where many of their decendante
still serve the State with fidelity
as strong as that they kept in the
famous highlands. From the old
North State the founders of the
South Carolina houses came to
Barnwell, the late Hons. James
Patterson and Angus Patterson.
The former, the father of Col.
Patterson, was before the war a
member of the House of Re
presentatives and Secretary of
State, and the latter, his uncle,
for thirty odd years presided over
the Senate of South Carolina.
fl ?? S
ing from fem?ile
or painful men
ses, ought not
to lose hope il
help them. Phy
sicians are so
uusy with other
they do not un
the peculiar ail
ments and the'
delicate organism of woman. What !
the sufferer ought to do is to give!
a fair trial to
which is the true cure provided j
by Nature for all female troubles. It |
is the formula of a physician of the ?
highest standing, who devoted his
whole life to the study of the dis-1
tinct ailments peculiar to our moth
ers, wives and daughters. It is made ?
of soothing, healing, strengthening j
[ herbs and vegetables, which haves
been provided by a kindly Nature to
cure irregularity in the menses, Leu
corrhcea, Falling of the Womb, Nery
, ousness, Headache and Backache.
I In fairness to herself and to Brad'
j field's Female Regulator, every
suffering woman ought to give it a
trial A large $i bottle will do a
wonderful amount of good. Sold by
j Scad (br a alec I y illustrated free book on tba sublet.
! Tbc BradfleM Regulator Go., Atlanta, Ga,;
Hearts ! Hea
10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c. ;T
75c to $8.00 ENG!
SPECIAL ATTENTION' GI
626 BR6AD STREE
Their mantles have fallen on the
I shoulders of the eon and nephew.
He read law with Gen. J. .C.
Davant and after admission to
the Bar addressed himself to the
preactice of his profession, relying
j upon untiring J industry and
unswerving integrity for success.,
! In 1890 he entered, public life
! and was elocted to the House of Re
presentatives, where he at once
j took and maintained a leading
' position. Before the expiration
of his term he was appointed Masler
of Barnwell, which of?eo he has
held without opposition or
criticism up to the present time.
During that long tenure he has
been called upon to decide many
intricato points of law, and so ably
has he measured up to the dem
ands of the office that his con
clusions and reports have been
overruled or modified in hu* two
or three cases oy the Superior
Courts. He has been a member
of every Democratic State Conven
tion since 1890, and was President
of that held in 1896. He was a
member of the recent Constitu
tional Convention and contributed
very materially to tho completeness
of the splendid constitution
matured by that august body.
He has been for years au .ackve
and interested church workor,
i foremost in every good work, and
is now Vice President of the
Baptist State Convention. He
has been a trustee of Winthrop
College since its foundation.
In 1893 he was happily married
to Miss Mim8 of Johnston, Edge
field county, a mott charming and
accomplished lady, and his home
life is one of ideal happiness.
Three bright and pretty chidren
are the jewels of their household.
He isa man of clearest integrity,
as honest at ?he sunshine, as true
to his convictions of right as the
needle to tbe pole. Broad guaged
and true hearted, the past has
well established Iii?claims to the
perfect confideiiCH of fais people
and yet below forty y?ars of age
a long career of usefulness and
I honor lies before his steady upward
steps-Editorial from The Barn
well People, Jany ?l8th, 1900.
AU KINOS Or
SEHD 60 Sf"8--;
TO CS WITH
and wo will
?end yon thia Violin Oatflt
Ly express c. O. D. ?abject
to examination. Tula Ylolln_
ls a (Jennine Strsdtrarlas Badal, made of old wood, curly
maple back and ?Ide?, top of seasoned pine, specially
.elected for violins, sofaslalsM with pirata*. b?*t <juaiiir
dldloceqaallty. Complete with a (saalaa Brasil wood Toort?
madel bow, 1 ?xlra sot of ?1 ringi. . sisal, wal) sud? Wolla
eu?, Urta plee? of mia, sad oas af UM best eoaaoa MM
U?ta books poblUhed. YOOCASEXASIITE IT at your
express office, and IC found exactly a? represented and
the groslest bargain yon ern-saw sr board of, pay the ex
press afro nt S3.75 leMthe&Ocont dopoclt,or?S.25 ?ad
I express ekarge?, sad tbaaatfltU years,
SPECIAL PREMIUM OFFER. nktm/mUt m.
II ._eosipsalod by cash la
fall we will giie ono lol Urti flagirboard chart, which can be
adjusted to any violin without changing; tho Instru
ment and will prore a valuable (rulde to beginners, and
we will also allow the Instrument to bo returned af t?r5
day?" trial If not found entirely satisfactory In every
respect. SstUfseUoa (oaraateod or monty refoaded la full.
Address. SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.)Chicaao.
(BS1B8, BORBDCK * CO. ara thorough!/ rtUabla. ?Mlir.)
GEO. I SHARPTON.
EIDO-EFTELD, S. C
Front Room in Chronicle B'ld'g.
I respectfully sol iff! th. oatropayc of
for acceptable Ideas.
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BN TO MAIL ORDERS.
!VCLRY STORE, ,
'X AaeasTA,.GA. J
I will be a candidate for re-election
to Congress from the Second Congres
sional District subject to the rules and
regulations of the democratic party.
W. JASPER TALBERT.
HOUSE OF REPRNSENTATIVES.
I am a candidate for re-election to
the House of Representatives. I will
abide the result of the primary and
will support the nominees of the party.
N. G. EVANS.
I am a candidate for the lower
House of Kepresetative. I will abide
the result of the primary eleotion and
support the nominees.
P. B. MAYSOK.
1 hereby announce that I am a can
didate for Sheriff of Edgefield county.
I will abide the result of the primary
and support the nominees of the dem
ROBERT L. DUNOVANT.
Superintendent of Education.
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didate for Superintendent of Educa
tion of Edgefield County. I will abide
the result of the democratic primary
and support the nominees of the party
JAS. T. MIMS.
I ara a candidate for the office of Au
ditor of Edgefield county. I will abide
the results of the democratic primary
and support all the nominees of the
party. HENRY C. WATSON.
1 am a candidate for County Treas
urer. I will support all the nominees
of the party and abide the result of the
CHRIS M. WILLIAMS.
I am a candidate for the office of
County Treasurer, will abide by the
result of the primary and support all
the nominees. S. B. MAYS.
I am ?candidate for County Super
visor. 1 will abide 'he result of the
democratic primary and support the
nominees of the party.
J. AT. BELL, JR.
Jain a candidate for County Super
visir subject to the Democratic pri
mary. I will support ail the nominees
of the party, myself included,
B. F. CLAXTON.
To the Voters of Edgefk ld County ::
I an? a candidate for Coroner of the
grand Old county of Edgetleld. I had
rattier be Coroner than President.
Elect me and I will love and serve you
.well. And wi ll, as I always have done,
abide the result of the primary.
With high regard, yours truly,
The experiments of modern phy
sicians and .scientists have
established thy foot that many of
the germs ot'disease eu ter the body
by the inhalation of air laden with
bacteria or microbes. These germs
are very final I but their, work is'
deadly. Still many of them are
compu; atively harmless in health ;
luit a* noon as an organ is diyeased
it is attacked. Th" ex;>primets
of Koch and others have shed much
light upon this important ?ubject
But- up to. the present time the
culture if iiai-teriaappears to Kave
met with much better success than
the i . destruction. AH we cnn do
so J itt Je to destroy these minute
enemies, is not the most sensible
course to strength?!! and revitalize
the system so that it may repel
and resit t their destructive lu
flu.encp, and does it uot seem v? ry
fill ing that the revitalizing element
should enter the body through
inhalation of oxgen which is at
once a revitalizer and germicide?
The PX pe rien ce of years and the
testimony of thousands show
Compound Oxygen.to be the agent
If you wish further information
write us and we will send you, free
if charge abundant evidence.
Send for book of two hundred
pages, . with records and
testimonials of surprising cures
af varioui forms of disease and
anddeb?ty. It will cost you noth
ing to convince hourself.
Home Treatment is sent out by
?xpress, to.be used at home.
Office Treatment is administered
here. Consultation free.
DRS. STARKEY & PALEN,
1112 Girard Street, Philadelphia, Pa
Honesty is the Best Policy.
Honest goods, * Every
ones: prices, and Hour
onest dealings will Proves
; Surely bring success. It. t
The last days of the nineteenth century show
We believe this fact, and our words demon
strate our belief. Our goods are warranted to
>e exactly as represented} that is honest. Our
;oods are guaranteed to give satisfaction, that is
tonest. Ifany article pf jewelry of our manu
'acture does not give perfect satisfaction, we
?viii refund the money paid for the articles; that
;oo is honest.
W. R. PARKS & SON,
PARKSVILLE, 8. C.* .
us a complete assortment of goods in store for
tale at prices (hat defy competition. These
roods are mude fcom rolled gold plate, gold
tiled, gold xront, or solid gold stock, and are
warranted to give perfect satisfaction or the
nosey will be refunded.
If this notice should reach any one living too
ar from Parks Sc Son's store, or any other cv
omer of ours, to permit their purchasing these
roods from our customer, we will sell the goods
Lt retail to such persons, under the same war
anty and deliver by mail. We will also send
.rinted Instructions as to the care of jewery
tow to clean it, etc.,on application.
vV\ P. Main Co., Eastern Factory,
Cor. Friendship and Eddy Sts"
Providence, R. I.
Western Factory (Largest Jewelry Factory in
he world), under process of constrnction at
lust Iowa City, Ia. Over 52,000 ft. of floor space.
AT HALF PRICE.
It you want os to mako to
your MEASURE and ORDER
ELASTIC GOODS fer the RiLIEF
?ND CUR* OF VARICOSE VEINS,
WUK. 8W0LLE3 OB ULCER
m ATED LIERS, CORPULEBCT,
v AR DOSIS AL WEAE5ES3 OB
" TUROR, state your height,
w waight end a?e, State number
of Inches ?round body or
limb at each letter shown In
cut and send to us with our
SPECIAL PRICE. We will make
the (roods to order from the
?ry finest free? robber el uti 0
material, guarantee a perfect flt and
-lt you do not And lt perfectly
g satiifoctory and equal to goods
. others get double the price for,
? return at our expense and wo wlu
refund your money.
OUR SPECIAL PRICE ??; ??
eluUe laka ttoektag, A to 1.87.40|
thigh leging, C to I, 86.001 thigh
piece, Gio I, 83.&0| knee etoeklag,
A loG, ii.00i knee legging, C toG,
84.00; knee cap, ll lo fl, 82.00;
garter flocking, A to E, 8S. 00; garter
legging, C to L, 83.00t anklet, A to C.
83.00; abdominal belt, Kto?, ?10.0?. COTTO? ELASTIC
GOODS, 0SB.T1I!RDLESS. Special Catered Ulallie Abdominal
BopporUr, oindo of soft lisle thread, Interwoven with
HAS REMOVED TO
207 7TH ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
Where he will still continue to
FREE mi TESTS
For all defects of sight. Grind
any shape and style of lenee
while you wait.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Tells if }\.u need glasses, rest or
In all fiel.ls of human endeavor there ie always one man or one
lirm which rises to the top and overshadows the rest. There are other
prominent and reliable men in the same lines, but one stands head
und shoulders above them all.
Tn the Drama-Shakespeare.
It is so in the Lumber trade. In the State of Georgia, we are
unquestioned leaders. We have builtnapa gre-vt establishment in tho
manufacture of Doors. Sash, Blind*, Mouldings, Rough and Dressed
Lumber, Shingles, Laths and all kinds of Ornamental Woodwork. Our
supremacy has been attained by conscientious a.:id painstaking en
deavor to satisfy our customers in every respect jatever-to treat
them courteously-to fill their orders promptly-TO GIVE THEM
MORE FOR THEIR MONEY THAN THEY CAN GET ELSE
WHERE. Nexer since our organization have we put qualities below
the danger limit in order to sell at what are said to be "cheap" ,?rices.
We have just oue object in this advertisement-WE WANT TO
INDELIBLY FIX OUR NAME IN YOUR MEMORY-to burn it in
-so that when anything in our line is wanted, the first firm you will
^hink about writing for prices and information will be the
Aue^STA LUBBER 00MPANY,
And Other Musical Instruments.
840 BEOAD STREET, .
. AUGUSTA, GA.
(OLD AUGUSTA MUSIC HOUSE.)
Orders for tutiiiiff promptly attended to?
WITH YOUR ORDER.cutthla
ad. outaud .neild to Os.and
we will gond you OUR HIGH
GRADE PHOP CABINET BUROICK SEWING MACHINE freiCht.c.o.D..Bbj.et to ?aainn
Uun. iou can examine lt at your nearest freight depot and if to
perfectly ?atl?fariory,oxactly UA ruproacnted, ?qu?l to macliln.aaUicra
a* high a*. ?GO. 00, and TUB tillKATEST UARGA15 YOU
$?S?Su$ii5 Special Offer Price $15.50
and freight charges. Jiacbiue weighs lin pounds and the freight
average 75 cents for each 500 miles. GIVE IT THREE MONTHS' TRIA? -
your ona home, and we will return your ?15.50 any day you are not
satisfied. Vfe ?ell different makes anti pride of Sewln? Baebloraat 48.60,
$10.00, ill.no, S1?.00 and np, all fully described in our Free Sewlnr
Machino Catalogue, butt li. 60 for this DROP DESK CAEI.NET DURD1CK la
the greatest value ever offered by any houes.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
tisements,offcring unknown machines under various names, wich Tarloua lo
dncrmenta. VTrile lome friend UCklcajro and learn who are reliable and who ire not.
has every BODERS IEPROTESEXT,
EVERY GOOD POINT OE EVERY HIGH
CRADK rXACBIXI MADE, WITH THE
DEFECTS OE .NOSE. Made by thej
beet maker? In Amrrlea.
from the best material money
closed (head dropping from sight) to bs used as a center table, a Und
ordeak, the other opea with full length table and bead in place for
sewing. 4 faner drawer?, talent 1300 ?kele<eo frame, carved, paneled, em
bossed and decorated cabinet finish, finest nickel drawer pulls, rest? on Your
casters, adjustable treadle, genuine Smyth iron stand, rhett lane High art)
bead, positive four motion feed, self threading vibrating shuttle, automatlo
bobbin winder, adjustable bearings, patent tension liberator,Improved loose
wheel, adjustable pressure foot, Improved shuttle carrier, patent needle bar,
patent dress guard, brad la huadtomoly decorated and ornamented and beaotifolly
nlekel trimmed. GUARANTEED th? ligalest nuning, mott durable and eeareat
?oiselets machine nude. Erery known attachment bl rnralahed and our'Frea In
struction Book tells Just how anyone can run lt and do either plain or any
kind of taney work. A SO-Yean' Blading GnannUe ls sent wi th every machine.
IT COSTS YOU NOTHING ?h'~ll>'??^?*eomr*raAtjrith
. ? those your storekeeper selle at ??o.oc to
tCO.OO, and then if convinced that yon are saving (25.00 to 140.00, pay jour freight agent the $16.60.
WK TO RETCH* YOUR tU.40 If at any time within three months you nay you are not tatisfled. ORDER TO-BAY.
DONT MIAT (Sears, Roebuck <fc Co. are thoroughly rellablo.-Editor.)
Address, SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. (Inc.) Chicago, III.
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Wa ship on approval, in plain boxe?, with
no marks to indicate content?. When you
receive it and test it, if I tin not satisfactory
return lt at our expense and we will return
Un mn Savings Bank. Dann ?cd Bradstreet, er sty
butinetr home in Ac justa, Ca
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