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The K. P. Guano Distibutor, a-and Clog Scatters guano over N0 WASTE furrows and Covers it. around Stumps and Ends. Big Hopper, Bal anced Load, Light-Running. Sows any quantity. Bes tfarmers in South a useit Awarded Diplomas Ev erv time and Everywhere Exhibited. Your dealer will refund money if not Satisfied. For testimonials write J. C. Covington, Clio, S. C. Cabbage Plants and Sea Island Cotton Seed CABBAGE PLANTS for sale and now ready for deliv ery - ERLs Je- I.d iWAKE FIELD" and -CHARLESTON LARGE TYPE WAKEFIELD'' two earl sharphead varieties and head in rotation as, named. .-SUCCESSIOx-2 -,UGUSTA TRUCKEIR" and -SHORtT STEM FLAT DUTCH." the three best fiat-head varieties and head in rotation as named. Prices: Single thousaind. &1.50: 5,000 and over. &1.25 per 1.000: 10-000 and over. -.R per 1.000. Terms: Cash with order. or. plants sent C. 0. D.. purchaser paying return charges on money. eur ant s onSouth Carolina Sea Coast. and we understand growing them in open. air. tough and hardy: they will Stand severe cold without injury- Plants Crae for %hipment weigh20 lbs. per he and we have special low rates for prompt transportation by Southern Expretss Company. I~ hep-u I know of other plants you can buy cheaper than mine. I sell good plants.N rat~ pant shppe frm Ly frm.i guarantee those that I ship to be true to type and name. and grown from high grade seeds purchae from two of the most reliablz seed houses in the Untted States. I will refund purchase price to any diasatisfied customer at end of season. OUR COTTrON_ SEED. Lint of our Long Staple variety of SEA ISLAND COTTON sold this year in Charleston on Dec. . at fc. per pound- . $1 :l5 per bu.: lot of 10 bu. and over. $1 per bushel. y specialty: Prompt Shipment. Truelvarieties and Satisfied Customers. I have been in the plant business for thirty-five years. Win. C. .G. atY 4)Po Youngs Island, 5. C. ,ot and Telegraph Office. - S. R. VENNING, Jeweler 1ealer in WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, SPECTACLES, EYE CLASSES AND; ALL KINDS OF FANCY NOVELTIES. I make a specialty of WEDDING and HOLIDAY PRES ENTS and always carry a handsome line of Silyerware, liand-Painted China, Glassware and numerous other articles suitable for Gifts of all kind. COME AND SEE THEM. All Watch. Clock and Jewelry Repairing done promptly and guaranteed. .Levi Block, SolN 5 1 lc col MANNING. S. C. H(Rdwae-Nil I R1tsS1~S The DuRant Hardware Co., SUXTER, S. C. Being in close touch with the very best markets we are better prepared to handle the trade than ever before. and we therefore invite an inspection of our stock. Femember we are opposite the Court House. Come to see us when you want Hardware, Stoves, House Furnishing Goods, Harness, Saddles, Leather, Belting, Etc. Our Store is headquarters for Guns. Powder, Shot, Sge11s and the very latest in Sporting Goods. We also handle large quantities of other Paints, Oils and Window Glass. Fo ndine an i ii Supplies there i no beter plaee to buyo.Eer Stove bought from us is warranted. Thie DuRant Hardware Co.., suMATEDR, S- C Special Excursion1 to Cuba ATLANTIC COAST LINE5 Special rate o one fare plus $2 to Havana, Cuba, and return. The rate from MANNING, S. C., $41.40, includes meals and berth onte stae-Tickets will be sold March 29th for trains which ill reach Port Tampa, Fla., the night of March 30th, cnectin with P. & 0. S. S. Co.'s steamer leaving that night. Tikt will be good returning~ on any steamer leaving Havana until April13th inluie,'th final limit to reach destinatiOn April16th. Onl thereturn journey, stop-over will be allowed at any point in the State of Florida, south of Jacksonville, within final himit ol tikTake advantage of this opportunity to visit " The Queen ol the Antilles" at reasonable cost, which will afford an excellent chance to investigate the business situation of our sister republic. The party will be limited,so make your reservations promptly. For reservations, pamphlets or any other information, call on your nearest ticket agent, or wrnte. H. M. EMMERSON, W. J. CRAIG, Traffic Manager. Gen'l Pass. Ag't, .Wilmington, N. C. BRING YOUR JOB W RKDa TO THE TINES OFFICE A Chicago Alderman Owes His Election to Chamberlaen's Cough Remedy. "I can heartily and conscientiously recommend Chainberlains Cough Rem edy for affections of the throat and lungs," says Hon. Joba Shenick, 220 So. Peoria St. Chicave. "Two years ago during a political campaign, I caught cold after being overheated, which irritated my throat and I was tinally compelled to stop, as I could not si)eak aloud. In my extremity a friend advised me to use Chamberlains Cough Remedy. I took two doses that after noon and could not believe my senses when I found the next morning the in flammation had largely subsided. I took several doses that day, kept right on talking through the campaign, and thank this medicine that I won my seat in the council." This remedy is for sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Isaac M. Loryea, Prop. MASCULINE VANITY. Men Who Stop to Admire Themselves In Show Windows. "Speaking of the trifling affairs of life," said a clerk in one of the big stores, "I'm not so sure that men are so much when you come to compare them with women, although they pre tend to rise superior on occasions. I've a notion that human nature is about the same in both sexes, after all. and it crops up in some way. You know there's a theory that a woman couldn't pass a mirror without giving a glance at herself if she were on her way to rescue her only child from a burning accident "It may not always be vanity, of course. Perhaps it's force of habit. Well, you'd be surprised at the num ber of men who have that same habit I'm here at a counter in front, where I can see some things, and it's better than a poor play to watch the faces at that big show window. They are men's faces I'm talking about. The light strikes that window so that it makes a pretty good looking glass of it, and I'm truthful when I tell you that it holds up as many hes as it does shes in the course of a day. The only difference is that the woman makes no bones of what she's doing. She'll give a twirl to her front hair and a pull to her veil and make sure that her hat and nose are on straight, and she doesn't care whether passersby are on to her game or not. - But the man plays off. He wants you to suppose that it's the display of goods that's caught him. Yes, it is, I guess not He's wrapped up in velvets at $1 a yard and in silks cheap at 76 cents, he is. You can tell from where I stand that he doesn't see a thing that's in that window except his own beautiful reflection. He'll study the effect of his scarf and his gloves, and then he'll look lower down, where there are no goods, and step. out a little to get the cut of his trousers and shoes. And very often he'll put on that 'look pleas ant' expression the photographer asks you to wear that makes a driveling Idiot of you in the picture. There is no great harm in it provided the men are In no great hurry and have nothing better to do, but when I hear them lof tily discussing mirrors in connection with their wives I have to smile to my self."-Providence Journal. POINTED PARAGRAPHS. There Is no one so hopeless as those who do not make mistakes. N'o man can do anything against the grain. Woman can do it, but man an't. A great deal of the friendship others have for you is like the come-any-time invitation. A man can get sick now almost as easy as he can sin, and you all know how easy that is. If a man can get into a bank after banking hours he considers himself a prominent citizen. There is something fine in the brav ery of a new father who carries a baby through the streets in his arms. The first thing a girl does to a man after they are married is to get out his middle name, dust it off and use It as common as his first name.-Atchison Globe. '_______ A Raise of a Hundred a Night. A prominent actor told of a super who went to the manager of a success ful play after It had been having a long metropolitan run and demanded a raise of salary. "Sir," he said, "I have been playing my part for a hundred consecutive nights with the utmost zeal and care. Don't you think I should have a raise?" "What part do you play?" asked the manager. "I am in the third act, sir," replied the actor, apparently astonished at the question. "I have to stake $100) In the gambling scene." "Your claim is just," replied the man ager. "Beginning tonight you may stake $200." Licked Into Shape. The phrase "licked into shape" owes its origin to a very ancient fable. In Bailey's "Ovid's Metamorphoses," fa ble 33 has this heading: "Blears bring forth a lump of flesh and by licking reduce it to a proper shape." This tra dition that the cubs of bears are cast shapeless and remain so till the dam has licked them into proper form Is emphasized in Pope's "Dunciad:" So watchful bruin forms, with plastic care. Each growing lump and brings It to a bear. In Shakespeare, too, "King Henry VI.," part 3, act 3, sectIon 2, we find: Like to a chaos, or an unlicked bear whelp, That carries no impression like the dam. A Mark Twain Anecdote. A friend of the humorist tells a story of the days when Mark Twain was a pilot on the Mississippi. One day Mr. Clemens missed his boat. Instead of inventing an excuse he reported to his superior officer as follows: "My boat left at 7:20. I arrived at the wharf at 7:35 and could not catch it"-Harper's Weekly. Another Man Reaps. "Yes, indeed, he's making a fortune out of a new invention." "Why, I didn't know he was an In ventor." - "He isn't. Don't I tell you he's nmak ing money out of the invention?" Philadelphia Press. Breach of Promise. Jiggston-Don't you believe that talk is cheap. A friend of mine had to pay $5,000 for four words. Jaggson-Great heavens! What were they? Jlggsonl "Will you marry me'?"-Chicago 1Jour Pleasant and Harmless. Don't drug the stomach to cure cough. One Minute Cough Care cut the mucus, draws the inflammation ou of the throat, lnngs and bronchia tubes, heals, sooths and cures. A quid cure for Croup and Whooping Cough TEMPERANCE COLUMN. Condiclc'd by Paxvi1c W. C. T. U. National Motto--For God. Home and Na tive Land." State Motto- Be Strong and of Good Cour age." Our Watchword-AgitatC. Educate. Organize. Pledge -God helping me. I promise not to buy. drink, sell or give Intoxicating liquors while I live: From bad companions II ref rain And never take God's name in vnin." IS THE SIN HIS, ONLY. 'Twas a summer evening. The inhabitants of the town of B were seated on their porches en joying the balmy air. It had been an exceedingly warm day, and a busy one, for it was Sat urday. The villagers were all laboring people, and Saturday was their only day to prepare for the Sabbath as well as for the next week's wvork. The day's work was over now and they had sat down to rest when the distressed sounds of some sufferer disturbed them. Shrill screams rent the air. Terrible screams! So sudden! So distressing! No one knew where they came from exactly. No one knew what caused them. But it was evident somebody was suf fering intensely. Something deathlike must have been hap pening. Women and children turned in doors, nervous and frightened. The men ran swiftly in the direction from which those wild shrieks came. A cottage on the hill was soon fonnd to be the place of the trouble. It was very quickly crowded with people who were anxious to know what the matter was. The family who lived there consisted of a mother, daughter, son and his wife. The people all knew them, and were impatieut to re lieve them in their distress if they could. Only the mother and daughter could be found and they seemed frightened nearly out of their senses. Numerous questions were being asked every moment as to what the trouble could be. There was so much tnmult and excitement nothing definite was found out.. After awhile it entered the mind of some of the people that some thing happened which the moth er and sister were trying to keep hid. They decided to enter the house voluntarily for they had not been invited to do so. This they did. Upon entering the house there was heard in one of the back rooms, a low, piteous moarning. The room was quickly found and unhesitatingly entered. On the bed in one corner of the room lay the form of a women. In a chair at the opposite window sat the figure of a man. The bed side was approached. Oh! Hor ror! Was the woman dying? If so she had been murdered- Why was the man sitting so calmly and quietly there? Not striving an inch to do anything for her relief, or seeming to care forher suffering. Good Heavens! It could not be possible that he, her husband, her newly wedded husband, was her slayer! No, that could not be! For if he had have been so wicked and coward ly as to do it, he surely would have fied, trying to hide from the stern justice which he knew he must necessarily meet by stay ing. The people were more con fused and perplexed and excited than ever. They had found out nothing as yet, only who it was that was hurt and- suffering. Further investigatioa was made. At first all attention was given to the woman, whom they wished to relieve if possible. She was unconscious- Her face all bruised and bloody, her head had a deep gash on it and her throat was swollen with finger prints of fingers upon it. A deep monotonous groan was all that passed her lips. Medicines and restoratives were qu i c k 1 y brought and a physician sent for. All that could be done was done- Men went home and fetch ed their wives, much against their will, and they all worked faithfully with the apparently dying woman- All the while the husband walked idly about among the crowd. The mother and sister crouched around in vacant rooms. Whenever ques tions were asked them concern ing matter they refused to answ er. Every one suspected the hus band of having committed the deed. One man had the pres ence of mind enough to send for a policeman. The town was a newly settled one, without po. licemen or authorities of any kind. It was a branch of a larger town four miles away.. It was there the policeman had to come from. By this time the whole town was alive with the news. Everybody was trying to find out just what had happened and just how' it happened. For knowi edge of the matter they were coipelled to wait. After a while the work of the physician seemed to have some effect on the sufferer, foi she became able to speak- It was then that the mistery was solved. In her wild delirious raving she let the secret out. With her glaisseyes fixed on ar old lady who stood at her side and with the one hand she coult raise stretched out imploringly she cried. "Oh! mother, m.3 mother! Have you forsaken me Have you forsaken your child: Will you let hi m kill me, mothe: -butcher me? you objected t< my marrying him-I would dC it against your will-you tolc me you'd never forgive me, but I didn't know you could hate m< so much as to stand by and seg me killed-See me murderet O h! There, he's coming now he has a stick- - no, he has liftec a achair! Stop him, mother, stoi im!" The voice was terrible t< hear and the face more terribli ' see. The physician kindl: stooped and turned h er face frow the woman whom she imagined was her mother. He forced her to swallow some more anodyne. She dropped off into a few min utes sleep. Upon waking her voice was very low and gentle. Addressing another lady she said "you have a kind face, lady, take me to my mother, please! I am her youngest child, her baby! I an only fifteen now. Take me to her and ask her to forgive me. I loved him so much I couldn't help it, and my dear lady, he loved me-he loved me -I tell you he loved me. and would have loved me right on, only, only." Her voice gave out and .she sank away again. The policeman arrived the hus band was arrested, carried to jail and imprisoned there. What was the cause of his strange, beastly conduct? What was his wife's unfinished sentence? He was drunk! Whiskey had made a demon of him! I., w, ruinous, hated whiskey. B. C. Got Off Cheap. He may well think he has got otT cheop, who after having contracted constipation or indigestion is able to perfectly restore his health. Nothing will do this but Dr. King's New Life Pills. A quick, pleasant and certain cure for headache, constipation, etc. 25c at The R. B. Loryea Drug Store. Genuine Eloquence. In my morning rambles a man sit ting on the ground leaning his back against the wn--I attracted my atten tion by a look of squalor in his appear ance which I had -rarely before ob served even in Ireland. His clothes were ragged to indecency, and his face was pale and sickly. He did not ad dress me, and I passed by; but, having gone a few paces, my heart smote me, and I turned back. "If you are in want," said I, with some degree of peevishness, "why do you not beg?" "Sure, it's begging I am," was the reply. "You did-not utter a word." "No! Is it joking you are with me, sir? Look there!" holding up the tat tered remnant of what had once been a coat "Do you see how the skin is speaking through the holes in my trou sers and the bones crying out through my skin? Look at my sunken cheeks and the famine that's staring in my eyes! Man alive, isn't it begging I am with a hundred tongues?"-"Travels In Ireland." A Safe Cough Medicine for Children. In bnving a cough medicine for chil dren never be afraid to buy Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. There is no daner from it and relief is always sure to follow. It is especially valuable for colds, croup and whooping cough. For sale by The R. B. Loryea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea. Prop. "Hurrah" is an Ancient Word. It is not generally khown that few words can boast of so remote and wide ly extended prevalence as "hurrah." In India and Ceylon "ur-re-re," which seems to be a form of hurrah," is used by the mahouts and attendants on the baggage elephants. The Arabs and camel drivers of Egypt, Palestine and Turkey encourage their animals to re newed eft'ort by cries of "Ar-re, ar-re!" The Spanish Moors use something of the same expression. In France the sportsman -excites the hounds by his shouts of "Hare, hare!" and wagoners turn their horses by crying "Harbauh Irish and Scottish herdsmen shout "Hrrish, hurrish!" to their cattle. The exclamation is thought to be a corrup ion of the old Norsemen battle cry, "Tur-aie!" (Thor aid). Who Was Your Father ? What Sort of Blood ? If you~r blood is thin you are weak and languid, not enough energ to do or daily work, and feel entirely worn out Dr. King's special prescription for you, if consulted personally, would be his own Iron Tonic Bitters. Makes old people young, renews youth, makes weak people strong, gives refreshing sleep. Sold by Dr. W. E&. Brown & Co. Asing John Sherman a Question. There is a story that wa's told when Secretary Sherman ran the treasury department. A young woman worked in one of the branches of Mr. Sher man's establishment. She had a broth er in the war department. Secretary Sherman had an idea that reform was necessary in the family, and he sent for the girl. "My dear young woman," he said, "I am informed that two of your family are at work in the departments here." "Yes." she answered. "And that is against our rules." "Yes." "Which of you can best be given up, young lady?" "Mr. Secretary," she finally answer ed, with a smile such asa a pretty de partment girl can sometimes call to her assistance. "you are at the head of the treasury department and General Sher man is at the head of the army. Which of you can best be given up, Mr. See~ retary?" For an Impaired Appetite. Loss of appetite always results from faulty digestion. All that is needed is a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach. and Liver Tablets. They will invigor' ate the stomach, strengthen the diges tion and give you an appetite likea wolf. These Tablets also act as a gentle laxative. For sale by The Rt B. Lor'yea Drug Store, Isaac M. Loryea. Prop. A Frogns Appetite. The frog's capacity for envelopina his comrades and assimilating then was once shown by an incident whicli occurred under the observation of one of my acquaintances. He had returned from the country with a lot of frogs, large and small, which he had obtained for one of the New York educational -institutions. I have forgotten how many there were, but they numbered over twenty, I am quite certain. ThesC he put into a large bird cage, the wires of which were close enough togethe: to prevent even the smallest from es caping. On the third day he went tg see how his captives were doing anm found, greatly to his surprise, that al had disappeared with the exception el two old "'mossbacks," and they were eying each other askance, apparent13 in doubt as to which would be th( "last survivor of the whole ship's comn pany," as he expressed it. As an insect catcher the frog is quitt expert, even such quick moving specie as the dragon fly often fallng victim: o its dexterity. Fishes are also ofter captured, and good sized ones, too, fingerling trout having been found ii the stomach of a frog which. was no m ore than six inches in length.-Fores a nd Stream. I suffered for a long time with a bad case of Catarrh, and took a great deal of medicine without any benefit. I had a contirual headache, my cheeks had grown purple, my nose was always stopped up, mybreathhad astekemng and disgusing odor, andIconghedincessantly I beard of your S. S. S. and wrote you. I commenced to use it, and after taking several bottles I was cured and have never since had the slightest symptom of the disease. Miss MARY L. SToR.m Cor. 7th & Felix Sts., St. Joseph, Mo. Wheeling, W. Va., May 29, 1903. I had Nasal Catarrh for years for whichI used S. S. S. with very gratifying results. I tried local applications for some time, and getting no permanent relief I cameto the conclusion that the seat of the trouble was in the blood. Knowing S. S. S. to be a good blood medicine I began' its use, and after using it for some little while it did away entirely with the offensive mu cus in the nostrils, and I did not have to hawk and spit, especially in the morning, to dislodge the catarrhal matte, 1627 South St. FRED H. PRMssY. The filthy secretions andfoul mucus that Ire continually dropping back into the throat, find their way into the stomach md are absorbed into the blood. Catarrh AMNI. 20~ftthen becomes con stitutional,andthe only way togetrid of it is through the blood. Write us if you have Catarrh, and our physici. answill adviseyou without charge. 'he Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Gounty of Clarendon. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. Archie I. Barron, as Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Clar endon County, as Administrator of the estate of W. H. Dyson, de ceased, Plaintiff, against Emma S. Nelson, Dorcas Pleasant, Nellie Richardson, Moses Dyson, Eliza Dyson, Elijah Dyson, Jack Dyson, James Richardson and Samuel Pleasant, Defendants. Decr'- for Sale of Lands. UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF A decretal order of the Court of Com mon Pleas, to me directed, which order bears date February 21, 1905, I will sell to the highest bidder, for cash, at Clarendon County court house, in Manning, within legal hours of sale, on Monday. the third day of -April, being salesday, the fol lowing described real estate: All that piece, parcel or tract of land lying, being and situate in Clar endon County, State aforesaid, con taining ninety-three acres, more or less, and bounded, west, by lands of 0. D. Harvin; east, by lands of Man ning; south, by lands of W. S. and P. H. Broughton, and north by lands of Weinberg, the same being excln sive of a tract of twelve and three fourths acres owned by the defend ant, Dorcas Pleasant. Purchaser to pay for papers. E. B. GAMBLE, 'Sheriff of Clarendon County. Manning, S. C., March 8, 1905. MOUZON, The Staple and Fancy Girocer, ~carris a full and complete line of Green and Parched Coffees, Sugars. Grits, Meal and all Yoano ern on my shelves, right fresh Can ned Meats of all kinds, including such delica cies as Chicken. Tongue, Chipped Beet. Lob st rav .tre pentire garden of freshly canned Vegetables of the staple variety, including far off Boston Baked Beans. Of the easily digested cereal preparations I carry, among others. Force. Shredded Wheat, Cream of Wheat. etc., all of which is delicious, healthful and nutritious-the very food for dys Yu want Condiments. None are better than HEINZ'S CELEBRATED PICKLES, MUSTARDS, and his varied line of appetizing relishes.I eaow. ishe time to buy your Jellies and Pre serves. Comec to MOUzUN'S for them. I keep all the time a full line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. You can get your breakfast, dinner and sup per from my store. I can feed the tolling la borer or thc fastidious epicure: the irritable dy U pep DEAhIG tlsve an let live. with oolden rule prices covers my motto. Before buying for your table call and see P.B.MOUZON, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, By James M. WVindhamf, Esq.; Judge of Probate. W HER EAS, Martha J.Wheeler madE Isuit to mne, to grant her Letters of Administration, with the will an nexed, of the Estate of and effects of Margaret E. Wheeler. These are therefore to cite and ad monish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said Margaret . Wheeler, deceased, that they he and appear before me,in the Court of Probate, to be held at Manning on the 16th day of March next after publication thereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any they have, why the said administra tion should not be granted. Given under my. hand, this 24th ~a JAMEN M. WINDHAM, sEAL.] Judge of Probate. 23-:t1 ___ __ STATE!OF SOUTH CAROLINA County of Clarendon. By James M. Windham, Esq., Judgi of Probate. jJHEREAS, Eia E. Barrow mad Isuit to me. to grant her Letter of Administration of the estate anc effects of J. T. Barrow. These are therefore to cite and ad monish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said J. T. Bar row, deceased, that they be and ap pealr before me, in the Court of Pro bate, to be held at Manning, S. C., or the 16th day of Mr.rch next afte1 publication thereof, at 11 o'clock 1i the forenoon, to show ecause, .if an: they have, wvhy the said admmnistra tion should not be granted. Given under my hand, this 27th day of February, A. D. 1905. ~JAMES M. WINDHAM, [sgAb.] Judge of Probate. 23-tl Kodol Dyspepsia GurE maaests what you eat. Thre chu~ndred pai Men's. Ladies' and Chil drens Shoes and Slippers. The cheapestin the lot worth $2.50 and up to $4, all sizes, at only Fifty dozen Men's and Boys' Straw Hats, the Scheapest inthe lot worth 25c and up to $f, fronly 10 and 15c. Goa ICome and get one. Ladies' Hats equally as cheap. Thousands and thousands of yards of Embroid ery in Match Sets, any width, at just one-half price Come in and see them. We have thousands of other goods coming in. every day. J. W4 cLEOD. I..e-%i 331oc1E~.. Th~e public to come and inspect our stock of SFanicy & Staple Groceries We carry this line and will cheerfully give you prices, as Sit is to your interest to keep in touch with them. - F LOUR./ Yes, we have the best Full Patent an'd if you are Ssomewhat dissatisfied with your flour, try our 100 per cent. and we feel reasonably sure you will be pleased, that is if you are looking for a high class article. COFFEEw. We carry both parched and green, and if you want a first class article, something nicely flavored and contaim Sing good strength try some of our Coffee. We beg that you do not confuse these goods with pos sibly others you have been using. Can we quote you prices in bulk? Certainly, with Spleasure. Call and see.I Can supply your wants to the letter. In the way of Farm imple jments prices are guar anteed. Call to see us. MCKSON IIARDTARR COMPANY, TLevi Block.