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Libert?, ILm.. Giber 24, IS 33- j
i.s l.iije j 1 1 me uphill were put.
E:g secret fi-n-f iii 'liirfti mill.
It certainly rained enough daring
Saturday .ciijht to lust far season.
We are sorry tj Iraro ibat a child
cf Mr. Jerry Turnipseed gut bad'j
burned recently.
Sberifl D.M. Butler says damage
will certainly t added afier the
15th of December.
Mr. Robert biuwu, uf Gloster,
visited Liberty last Wednesday on
business for his bona.
Call at R. L. Weatbersby's and
buy a pair of Hamilton k Brown'
shoes, every pair warranted.
Thanks to Mr D. B. White for
some very fine potatoes abich av
eraged about two pounds each.
Messrs. Ike Fox and Abe Lich-
tenatein.ef Gloater, visited Liberty
during the. latter part of laat week
Ilog cholera cure and preventive
for sale at Webb & Drashears,
Gloster, Miss. Ilotne testimonials
furnished.
Great bargains in school-books,
from 10 to 25 per cent, saved on
Uf ual prices, at Wtbb Jfc Brashears,
Globter. Miss.
Butter, cheese, dried apples,
macaroni, grits, condensed ruilk,
sugar, coffee, rice, lard, etc., just
received by Brewer Bros. tfc Co.
Mr. I. G. Lea, of Leaton, bad the
misfortune to bavo bis hand badly
mangled, losing a thumb and two
fingers, in a gin one day lact week.
Preaching in the Baptist church
of this place, by Elder R.J. Stewart,
Saturday and Sunday next, at 11
o'clock a. ro. All are cordially in
vited to attend.
Brewer Bros. & Co. have received
(hia week a large assortment of
shoe?, for ladies, misses and chil
dren, and men and boys. Price
to suit the times.
Jailer Neilson now has quite a
snap, there being nineteen prison,
or in tho county jail. Ths afore
said prisoners are of a lively dispo
sition, and creaU much noise.
An unoccupied house, belonging
to II. Ililler A Co., several miles
north of Liberty, was consumed by
fire between the hours of nine and
ten Tuesday night of last week.
Every man, woman, or child,
afflicted with weak eyes, should
examine the slock of optical goods
kept at Webb- it Brashears, they
guarantee to fit you. and only charge
half what opticians usually do.
Buck Bell, Wes. Caston, Wjii.
Jackson, Jim Washington, Cube
Qtiiii and Calvin Jackson, s'more
of the U. S. Court prisoners, were
brought in on the 17th inst. and in
carcerated in jail for thirty days.
The foof of the College was dis
covered to be burning slightly dur
ing Thursday morning last, but the
flames were fortunately extinguish
ed before any damage was done ex
cept ft few boards being destroyed.
I am agent for a School History
of tho Negro Race in America, by
E. A. Johnson, L. L. R. Every
colored teacher and family sfiould
have this book. J. C. Isaacs,
Thompson, Miss.
Nov. 3. 1 mo.
All persons having watches or
clocks at my shop for repairs will
pleaso call on Mr. L. M. Tyneg for
same, as I will leavo Liberty in a
few days and will not be back for a
month or more. T. J. Hk.nderson.
Nov. 3. 1 mo.
Many thanks to the following
named parties for cash favors in
the last few days: J M Smith, Penn
Anderson, I II Rice, A J Andrews,
E B McLatn, N C Whittington, F
II Wilkinson, W Ii Jenkins, W E
Lea, NQEas!ey, Dr. J C McNeil,
We are under obligations to Mr
W. II. Griffin for t everal stalks of
very fine cane, among them being
one of 27 jointa 9 feet in length
and weighing AS pounds. We do
not think this can be beat. Mr
Griffin says he only planted one-
fourth of an acre in cane and made
therefrom 140 gallons of molasses.
Mr. Warren Lea, of near Liberty,
returned from Jackson, Sunday,
where be had been serving on the
S. grand jury. He stales that
they found 230 true bills, the larg
t aver Lund in the history of the
Court. All but ten of these were
for illegal retailing, and yet the ex
trerniftj say that "prohibition does
vrcUUt,".
Srt.J fD4 CUt State-
me i;U toeach one "four sabserlh.-r
I Theae acvwint.
to date, thus giving those who wii-h
it, an opportunity t psjirg tleir
iccocnts in fj'l and Ukirg advan
tage of the cash price of II fO. It
makes oa tired when we have to
tell people who let their accounts
run from one ta several years that
they cannot settle at tha rate of
II 50 per year. If that all you
wish to pay, give ittou in advance
S- newspaper law in this isoe and
remember that stopping your paper
doesn't settle your account. The
only exception' made in sending
not these bills will be those paying
in advance. It will be uselesa to
get mad and say yon cao pay your
account without being asked f-r it.
The trouble is you do not pay it
when we need it. The scarcity ot
money this year has hurt us as bad
ly aa it did any one else, still we
complained bat little, and until re
cently asked no one for money. If
you did not intend paying prompt
ly, why did you takt the paper?
Last year a number of our subscrib
ers failed o pay because their taxes
were so high. This year they will
come in, some of them, and kwear
by all the dead gods of Greece, and
two or three of the most prominent
goddesses, that they not only paid
up, but paid in advance for several
years. You managed to pay your
taxes last year. You can raise the
saute surplus this year and band it
over to us. Some fail to pay for
their paper so long that when their
account is presented they dispute it
and have nothing to argue from bnt
a defective memory. We are tired
and weary of that old racket, I paid
Mr. Brewer. If at least half of our
delinquents do not pay up we will
not be able uext year to give it to
the other half. Every man should
theref re pay his account so that
we can continue to furnish the pa
per freo to his neighbor. In con
clusion we will state that while we
t
do not wish to enter suit against
any one, we need money and must
have that which is ours. To you,
individually, it is a few paltry dol
lars, but to us it runs way up into
the hundreds.
On Mondayof last week, tbe baby
girl of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dixon,
while alone for a few minutes in the
house, got too near the fire and was
severely burned, from the effects of
which it died Tuesday. The little
one was only 18 months old. lis
mother, who was preparing supper,
heard its screams and running into
the room caught it up and smother
ed the fire. It did not seem to be
so badly burned and complained
but little up to Tuesday night.
Tbe burial services were conducted
by Rev. R. J. Stewart at the resi
dence of Mr. A. T. Avery, near
town, on Thursday 16th inst., and
was uttended by a number of per-
ons from Liberty and vicinity.
The sympathy of many friends Is
extended the family in their hoof
of sorrow.
We have just been informed that
Mr. Levy, of Summit, spent night
in this county, several weeks ego.
and tbe next morning discovered
that his horsVs tail had been trim
med and completely shaved during
the night. Such acta of vandalism
will be attended to in the hereafter,
as there seems to be no way of get
ting at them in this county. We
hear that the old gentleman is of
the opinion that the White Cap
race is not yet extinct.
The Fair,
V
nkliif am
Tbe Amite, Frankliif and Wil
kinson Fair Association held its
first exhibit at Gloster on Friday
last. Quite a number attended and
the exhibits were good. Hon. V.
F. Love delivered an excellent ad-
dsess, dwelling on tbe advantages
of a diversification of crops, which
was received with rounds of ap
plause. The people were much
encouraged at tbe opening and im
mediately began to talk of erecting
building and buying grounds for
exhibition purposes. Tbe school
children were invited and attended
in the evening in a body. They
numbered 210. Tbe exhibit con
tinued on Saturday. There were
all varieties nl field and garden
products, fancy work, art exhibits
from the school, fruit, wine, butter.
poultry and live stock of all kinds
Tbe exhibitors were not allowed to
put their names on the exhibits, eo
we were informed, for fear that the
judges might be accused of showv
ing partiality. It may be right, but
we didn't admire the scheme. The
announcement was also made that
it would nrt be known until next
i
i with il i :.
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there wa na Ferris W! ee'
"eliin? pink errnn-4t i
n-i one
man i:a tue riri ana :!
o mes was also absent. L'r. W. II.
Jenkins tad s BerkeUrs hg, Ie
than Hires yeara o'd, wbicb tipped
the scales at 500 lb.-.; E. R. Han-ell !
a couple of Chester, seven and
eight months old. weighing respect
ively 205 and 275 lbs. There were
several other hogs oa exhibit; own-
rs unknown. There was quite s
display of burse and mule fiesh.
Mr. 8. T. Van Norman, we think,
had the best lot of home-raised
Horses, consisting of a halt doteo
cults, and Mr. T. H. Dixon bad an
equally as fine display of mules
We were told that Miss Annie Ha
ley, a former pupil .f Liberty Col
lege, took the priae in the Art ex
hibit. We would have published
the entire list of exhibits snd their
owners if it bad been furnished us,
but the above was about all we gt
on to. For tbe first attrmpt Glos
ter did well, snd is entitled lo much
credit. We hope that next year
the Fair will open up on a grander
scale and run a full week, and that
people generally will take more in
terest in it and that ii will be local
ed in Liberty, which we think the
most desirable place, as it is mnrr
centrally located, and we migflt al
so get our neighbor, Pike, to join
us. "Befor' de. wan" Liberty had
the finest fair, grounds snd race
tracks in the South. This is a good
quiet neighborhood and 'twould be
very little trouble to re-establish
the fair. For several yeara this
has been talked of by some of nor
people, but as usual ended in noth
ing. The people of Cluster are too
busy in the fall to take time to run
a fair, anyway.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
1'::. hh E:': E:1.:!,
rp HIS POPULAR HOUSS OF ENTKIl-
L tainment ni for many yarn undor the
mnnuxouient or Mrs. I nomas Wanna;, but
it now conducted by Mrs. Liuie Uritfin, wbo
ii thoroughly acquainted wiih the buin
of hotel kmping, and will pare no puna in
attention to hvr pntron. llor table will be
furniiibed with the beat furs the country enn
afford, snd her roomt kept In perfect order
for comfort in all kind of weather. The
tablet will be in food condition, for th
care of bone, and feed equal to that uned in
the bert fed-tallM. MeuU farniihcd at all
konrs of t..e dxv. Maa. Lizas Gairn.
Oct. tilth,
XSOX'S
in hi ii.
. Win. D. IIIsmmi, AGENT.
Agency hot Limited. P O. Olotter, Jfiw.
Prices Pint, ft 00; Quart, tl 50;
IIalfGallon.f3 00; PerGallon,
$o 00 ami 16 00.
Bub-Afrenta dHred all oror the eountrr to
M11 tbi wonderfully curativo Mineral Water
that all may iecure'its healing benefits. It it
tbe highest priced water. Yet It it tbe cheap
est water on tho ma i kuL Most mineral water
are uwd as a beverage, and from 1 pint to a
3uart drunk at once. This water it taken In
oaet of 1 Uwrp wnful for adulu, after menl.
ro tho diff renceia quantity it morothan 1K
to 1. One (pillon it worth 100 gallon oi
mineral water, v-thor mineral waton, gener
ally, relieve only, if they benefit at all. Tlii
MatchlcM Water otiacs. Wa publish elm
whore in thit paper invaluable tuttlnioniuit,
coniibg from many of the most reipeituhle
men and women. Many d otort pre;rib
this Matchlew Water in their practice, and
give their testimoniali in its favor. Its tonic
effect on the general system is matchless, and
equally so on mind, givinsfreed m of thought
and utterance. Thit water will keep well, in
definitely; no precipitation or depotiu, detii
mental to strength and pu-ity of water. Di
rections for using on the labels of the bottles.
COURSE
BY MAIL ,
WITH THE I
LEAVENWORTH
BUSINESS COLLEGE.
TO ADVERTISE
OIB COLLEGE
We will give a thorough course of
instruction in Double and Single
Entry Bok-keeuing ' and Com-
inercial Arithmetic by mail Free
or Charge to a limited number of
persons. This course will be com
pleted in forty lessons.. No charge
for Diplomas. Address
pRor. F J. VANDERBERG, Ircs,
302, 304 and 306 Delaware St.
Leavenworth, Kansas.
t.imcd. aixi all PA'IkM AlAAA.v-i at
'.niied lo foi MOPr.KATK ft.ES Our office b
'IM'wite in v a. patent (Hnee, ami we enn oli
'lin lfttcm tn ten lime lean tlxw reinm fnmi
WASIIISniOS. Semi MM't, iJN'.Vi
t'UOTO of Intention. We edvlc In pnlent
r'lllity free nf ehare and we lnnka Ki IMAMS
PA TK. T IS KKt:rHt.n.
For circular, alvnt, terms anil rfnvr.cr
prfiiai ritenta in irtlrew tl Mate. -olii)t-. I'ny u
lowu, .me to '.y-rr-
The 6tate of Mississippi, 1
Amite County. f
To Mrs. Oertruda Knox, Administratrix of
tbe batata or J. r. Knox, detwased, and W,
A Cain, non residents of the Bute of Missis
sippi, whose post offloe address is Clinton, ia
ine nuiie oi uouiviana, aeipnnttnis.
YUU AKBt UUJt.ttArt IMitU to appear
x oct ore toe linancery uotin oi ine conn'
tv of Amite, in said State, on tbe '
3d Monday of January, A. D. 1891.
to defend the suit la Said Court of the Im.
parol Manufacturing Company, Limited,
whrein you are defendant.
Given unrW my hand and! tool of mid
Court, this 21st dsy of o-- A. J. 16
re h
FBI
iiipjl
, I'm- 4?at.
Ml
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mm
11X1
t-L
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C TO ST EH, KI5S.
Money loaned t reasona
ble rates.
All kinds of
Warrant
bought and sold.
We solicit Deposit, from
f I 00 upward. '
Deomher 26, 1S0O,
Carroll & Nunnery,
DRUGGISTS,
LIBERTY, MIQS
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
TOILET.'AItTIEU,
FANCY GOODS,
, 8TATION J5RY.4c.
November 28, 1S90.
Enstfori. Male and Female
College.
THE FOURTH SESSION WILL
BEGIN SEPT. 4th, 1S93.
FACULTY: Bum u W
FXPKN.HK& fur month, including Wrd
ana (union, q qq
No extra charge tat the Uncutrm.
Mumc, including uk of iiulrunwot, txr
month - $3 60
Students are required to famuli to'lot orti
elet, two eomfuru er biaoketa. V tubing
Vftfcne
For farther Information pply to Dr. C. Et.
oath, rrauoeni ni n,ma at Tniato n J
4. ui, rrmapau Auff. 8, "83,
Ti ' .
AND
CO.SEnV4TOY OF Ml SIC
AXD 1KT,
BROOKHAVEN, MISS.
rpHK aitan ASytJAL PESStON BE
L GINS BBPTKMUKK 13th, 1893. The
preatige of a long and phenomenally success
til career the reputation It has always en
Joyed of thorough, honest work its com
modious buildings, htntod by steam lie
imnle ground its wonderful health record,
and the magniScent facilities it furnishes in
the departments ol Literature, Science, Art.
Elocution and Music all combine to put this
institution in the very front rank of the best
Female Colleges of the Mouth.
For farther information and forCatalogues
ipply to L.T. FITZH ViiU, A. it, PreV.
CHlsburg Collegiate Inslltatc
'ntII8 ISSTITOTIOS, located at tJilU
J burg, Hits will raropen, lith suasion,
Monday, Sept.' 4, 1803.
FACULTY:
Cat. IIoopicb, Male Principal and Teach
er in Collegiate Department:
Mias Auca BaiiTnf, Lady Principal
Toucher of Vocl and Instrumental Musie
and Assistant in Collegiate Department;
D. H. Xcoaxicl, Teacher Preparatory De.
partment.
This School was eatahlishwl tn W2, and
hits been ever since in iiicoeMful operation.
Its graduates are widely scattered over the
eountrv, many of them occupying positions
of uanfiilnea- and honor.
The location fc healthy and the genoral
surrounilinga hardlv surpiwd for school ad
vantages. Terms for board and lui ion rea
sonable. We cordially Invite a liberal share
of the public patronage. Furth-r informa
tion cheortully given. Johx Tatk.
Pres. of Roard uf Truktcca
T. C. Rcnii.Liwo, Sec'y,-
August 1, lmn.
Liberty Male and Female
College.
dIXTII SESSION BEGINS SEP-
TE.MBER4. 18U3.
A beautiful and attractive Collore Home
for boys and girls. ' d
An xperienoed teacher In Liternrv De
partmont for every twenty pupils, thereby ie
cunng individual as wolf a, chua leaching.
l lie Dcst advantaires In Miwic and Art Da-
part men t.
A special course t r those preparing thom
selves for teaching.
Boarding Department under the Immedi-
ate suporvuion if the Prcsi lent and hit wife.
a commoaiout and well arranged Dormi
tory for boys, ut compleked, and will be un
der the direct sopervMion of a teacher.
Young ladies and young gentlemen will be
entirely separate except at meals and recita
ationa. Kverr effort will ha mrf. in rlv t .11 the
auvaimiKeaui a wen ordered ehrtsttan noma,
EXPANSES PKKTEKM OBUALFSK3
SIOSi ' '
Board and Tuition in Literary Conne
Preparatory Denartment tm on
Collegiate Department, H and 2d trt 6t 00
8d and 4th . " 70 00
Music with axe of pianS 1st vear" 20 00
M . " " advanoed pupils 26 00
Art for first year JJ on
" advanced pupils, 20 00
Local pupils Tuition in Primary Depart
ment - - ' 10 00
Preparatory DepartBienl, , 12 SO
Collegiate " lrt and 2d years 17 80
" " Sd'and 4th " 22 60
Boarders will be required to furninh toilet
articles, two blanket ar comfort, and pay
for washing.
No pupil will be recaived for a less time
than to the close of term in which he an ten.
ror runner particulars apply t
P. L. MAaaaua, PreaidenL
Liberty, Amite Co., Mia?.
r. August 1st, 1898.
1 UNIVERSITY
OF
MISSISSIPPI.
Opens Nplembcr 14.
Splendid equipment. Able Facul
ties. . Thorough coursee in over
20 schools in Arts, Science, Phi.
losophy, Law. School of Pedagogy,
Location unsurpassed in beauty
and heallhfulncss, Session closes
8rst week in June, Necessary ex
penses lower than ever before.
School.
Apply for catalogue to
, RoitERt B. FciT0, Chancellor.
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Liberty, 2Ik3.
DEALER IN
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mm
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CLOTHING,
Hats, Boots, Shoes,
HARDWARE,
Crcker7,tilaawar,Siidllcr)
Books and Stationery,
PERFUMERY, JEWELIlx AND
NOTIONS,
UTAH .
Tobacco and Croccrlcs.
"Quick Sales and Small Prof
its" is my motto.
CALL AND MED
January, 18!K).
A . J . Lazar,
FOX BUILDING,
ILIBIUTT, MIIS
DKALER 15
Dry .Goods,
SHOES, NOTIONS,
GnOCEIUEK
OAITITEr) OOOZ3S,
Tobacco ,Ci-ui,t
At! of which will be sold at the lowest
prices for the cask.
GWameaeall.
January 4th, 189a
Aarons Mendelson
, Co., Limited, I
NEW ORLEANS, LA.,69Gravier,
MANUITACTUKEM AND DEALERS m
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
tkoprutobs or
PLUCK AND LCCK FACTORY.
E. S. ROBINSON,
Traveling Salesmam
January 20th, 1833.
T Toe aaaaKS.
osaioai TaTa.
OOPTatOHTS. ataJ
ror RiTifinatf en ana tree Hsndhooa write to
M.'NJt a CO. sa iiiir, Ntw Yon.
fWt bnrMa for lenirmf patent tn Aiwrtea.
lfrerr pMpni utw 0"t If wS hrntwttt Nt
th ptuji br a ixitie fnet (rae oi eaiinia ui tbe
'rifntiftf $ncw;rc
tJtrmtH tUfmlaittnn y smr nUi?? imrt hi h
Wnstti. fwplmwlifiiT lMwirMiMl. (ij-uUieamft
mm jhr-TjMi be wttoot i. Wmi?, M.Mi, &
mut: H.aOsrti mntltt. SiLNA'f)-,
c aii-iM.p, v i I'Twttiwa. new i ont nr.
Pitii
ma
T Scientific Amsrtcaa
I to. f eavtars.
fvmfj!.!?., py ftw r
1 f . f m-'w rt'Mk r a 4 i.h
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JjlUt. ti LI
COW DIN rUILIING,
LIEEIIXT, HISS.
DRY GOODS
Groceries,
corrxxira"G-t
Millinery Goods,
LADIES WEAR,
E00T8 ssd SHOES,
Eats tzi Cr"s,
FL1NT1II0S SIFP1IES
N0XIO3STS,
CROCKERY and TINWARE.
TOBACCO, rie
All of whirh w ill be sold at
tho very loweBt prices.
"Low Prices and Fair Dealing"
is our motto.
OZV1S Vm A TRIAL,,
Patronage solicited.
January 14, 1893.
AdmlniHtritt4r,e Xotlre.
WHEREAH, letters of adminltmllon or
the estate of Louis Kulin. da
ceased, havlnr been (rranted to the under
Hrned by the thsncerv Court of the Pourti
vnann
nrery instnrt oi ine state or iilwms ppi
re II. 11. Bates, C crk of raid Court fo
belore
the countv of Amite, on the 13th duy oi
ren y, a. v. mat
Sow, therefore, notice hi herebY riven 1
all persons Indtbted to said estnt to conn
lortsara ana make pavment, and all person
having claims against 'the same are request '
t.i exhibit them and bava them reristi red ii
the manner and within the time preterit
tij at, or uiry wut be lorevor barret'.
MAX KAUN, Ei'r.
TeVy 13th. 1808.
U.P.BUGKICY,
8 Camp St, New Orleans,
WATCHMAKER.
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r;n waicnn, i j
iiiwuni ;.Ji
aiamisaaam
HilTer Ware aal Kpectsrles.
mf San l Waiarkea SsrwairaA
Jewelry sa4a U ardar. tlantniMts rmas
la lha styla. alt ai raasanaal
Snoee anS I all? anaraatoeo
A full line of Waltbim 'Watch is
at lo et rate.
February 2(S. IWr9
iFGHT RUHIIIKQ
if m
THE EEST IS THE C!
Bend Tf N eetita to Ontoa S1., H. T.,
or aur t-lia frame, " Silna Luoa," ana
win a Wow Hums aawlnii Machina.
Tho New Home Sawins Machine Co,
eoa:. sbass.
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ntitSTiillii Mr
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WATCHMAKER & JEWE1 XV
Sl'MllIT, MlbS.
BEOS to Inform t!. pti of A. :
county that ho will be in Liberty en I
Second Konday ia Each Mortli,
prepared to do all work in his lii ..
prtfii.ptneM and al reamimible ruti'.
He will kt-ep on band at all Im n a f
line of Wittt hes and Jevkfln' fur ssle.
All work gtiaiatitted forvne yvnr.
rrti bavinp Watrht f r Jce)-v U i
tir, ran leave tbe ean. with 1 1.. V m
tl the Witnng liotwe, or Mr. hnu.i,
he post effec. and tbeirortitrt rf.
tttention,
I'atronuge svlivitid snd tat'tr t
Ittaranletd.
July 20, 18b9.
Favorite
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a 4rop leaf, fancy eorer, two d-.awrre,
Srith nickel rinra, and full set of Attaclmir ,
anal to any Singer Marhiee ald frr-n "-.
$S0 by Canvasser. The Ilich A Marn-iw
Lu a cll-set;in needla and Sfll ttirra : -
shutt'a. A trial In your hornr. brU tt pyu.c i..
is asked. Buy direct of trie Uuiafjctumf
Sad satr aenu' protVs Iwsiura ftttinrj rertm.
ate of Warrantee for five y-n. ' f
Biachine with tame of a Luuncu luu, t
tefereTt- and we will ship one at oCft
CO-OPERATIVE SEWING MACHINE CCm
si a. pitventr. St., p ' . I. A ' M--'1 )-, -Jtf-MiS
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The TIMES-DEMOCRAT
Special Wires,
Special Correspos&sb,
Special Writers,
Special Artists.
They COST .MONEY t-t
They Make a Great
PAPER.
THE-
TIMES-DEMOCRAT
Gets ALL TK3 NEVS r - :
PRINTS IT.
GET IT EEGULAELY ANjS'
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