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THE HENDERSON GOLD LEAF- THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1895.
The Gold Leaf. henderson. x. c. THUHSDAY, .TAN. lO, 189.". THE BLESSINGS THAT COME UNAWARES. CHARLES ELOEVK BASKS. We thank Thee, O Father of Mercy. For the blessings that come una wares, Well knowing wliat's won by pursuing, But adds to the sum of our tares. From morning to morning we labor. The task we would do is not done, And the tilings that seem great in the distance Are r.othing when once they are won. No on tiling is won by our worship. And all things when clapped in the hand, Are naught but the signs of the music, The symphony only is grand. The manna that falls in the desert, i'he dry, dusty desert of strife. Is sweeter than fruit to whose growing We've given the years of our life. The joy is in building the temple. The substance Is less than the dream. And the soug that we sing but the echo Or the perfect one heard In the stream. In vain through the volumes of wisdom We seek for the blissful, and lo ! The soft lisping accents of childhood bet all of (iod's kingdom aglow. Youth, manhood, seek ever the Jewel Of freedom with hope-kindled eyes, Age finds it to laugh at its luster And resign it, a comfortless prize. The bud that escapes us when searching The bush for promises sweet. Goes straight to the Iwait with its bloom inn. And the instant is all but complete. Those tilings that are won by pursuing, Hut add to the sum of our cares : We thank Thee. O Father of Mercy, For the blessings that eome unawares. Women say that a meal tastes better when prepared by some one else, and that is just the reason why Simmons Liver Regulator is in such favor. It is already prepared in liquid and powder form. You don't need to make a tea. Another reason for this favor is that Simmons Liver Reg ulator is better than J'ills for bill iosn ess, tick headache, constitution and indiges tion. Sample package powder, U.Vcents. ABOUT CLEANING LAMPS. A Duty That is Too Frequently Neg lectedSome Very Useful Hints. Those who use oil for illuminating purposes, and so often with unsatisfac tory results, may profit by the following hints contributed by a lady to the Richmond Dispatch: Why do my lamps give a more bril liant light than those in other houses? Mie repeated. l)sibly because I take better care of them. Few women boil out their burners. This fehould be done at least once a week. I rub mine oil' first with paper. then place them all in a sauce-pan of boiling water and soap-fuels. There they remain for thirty minute?, when they are rinsed ofl with clear hot water, laid to drain, and afterward carefully rubbed and polished with .1 bit of old flannel. I find this the onl y way to prevent smoking or unseemly greasiness. This is my systematic weekly wilt ing schedule. As to the wicks, I fancy in most lamps they are not changed frequently enough. I put in a new one every week. The lamp is apt to smoke unless this is done. Then never cut your wick. Your eye for a mrve may be excellent, but I'll warrant the arc of vour flame will never be in rfect if scissors have been called into play When the wick is inserted simply burn the end off. The blaze will make its own pathway more artistically than you could do, and the after light will have no ragged edges. Every morn ing nip all the burned edges away with a flannel cloth. A vital poiut for the maintenance of a strong glow is the daily replenishing of the oil. .evcr let the wick strain for its sustenance. Without good nourishment wicks, like mortals, will emit a very feeble name. Of course, my chimneys are polished every morning. They are "soused" into a generous pan of hot water and soap-suds and polished off with chamois. There is 110 denying, she concluded, that lamps require such attention, but thev are grateful and respond in such a brilliant manner that one never be grudges the time spent on them English Spavin Liniment removes all hard, soft or calloused lumps and blem ishes from horses, blood spavins, curbs, sd lints, sweenv. ring-bone, stifles, sprains. all swollen throats, coughs, etc. Save 834) by use of one bottle. Warranted the most -wonderful biemisii cure ever Known. oia by Melville Dorsey, druggist, Henderson, N. o. feb23 FOR FAIR ELECTIONS. f Charlotte Times.! Messrs. Woodard and Mclean, the two Democrats who were awarded certificates of election by the State Canvassing Board in accordance with law have declined to accept their com missions, as has been stated in the Times. Their action in this matter is highly creditable. Though legally declared elected they declined to ac cept because through errors of return ing boards and clerks they had re ceived a majority, whereas upon their face the returns showed a majority for their opponents. Like men they were not willing to accept any office to which another was the popular choice This same impulse ought to actuate all right thinking men. The object of elections is to ascertain the will of the majority. They ought to be conducted fairly. They never will be absolutely so while human nature remains what it is now. There has been fraud in this State in time past we suppose, but not more than has occurred elsewhere. But we started out to say that a law which makes possible an occurrence like that in which Messrs. Woodard and McLean have figured needs amend ing. There is something wrong with it somewhere, and while we have no sympathy with the old Republican cry of wholesale Iraud, we are in favor of changing the present law or amend ing it if by so doing it can be made fairer and less liable to fraud. A free ballot and a fair count" is necessary to the preservation ot the liberties of our people. Cure For Headache. As a remedy for all forms of headache, Kfcctric Hitters has proved to le the very Ih-sC Jt effects a permanent inre and the most dreaded habitual siok headaches yield to its intfuence. We nre all who are afflicted Ui iroeiire a bottle, and give this remedy a faw trial In cases of habitual constipation EWtrie Litters cures by giving the needed tonic to the bowels, and few cases long resist the use of this medicine. Trv it odcc Large bottle ool y fifty cents at Melville FWev's dm? tor. AN OLD COLD. Is Chronic Catarrh, the Worst Disease Known. The first stage of catarrh is com monly called catching cold. It may begin in the head, nose, throat or ungs. In the majority of cases no attention is paid to a cold, therelore nearly half of the people have chronic catarrh in some form. To neglect a cold is to invite catarrh. The second stage of catarrh is some times called an old cold. If in the head, there is roaring, cracking in the ears, periodical headache, and con fusion of the senses. If in the nose, discharge, sneezing, noisy breathing, and bad breath. In the throat it produces enlarged tonsils, hawking, sore throat, hoarseness or weak voice. When the catarrh reaches the bron chial tubes and lungs it produces cough, pain in thechest, expectoration, night sweats, loss of flesh and shortness of breath. A cold in the head, which a single bottle of Pe-ru-na will cure, soon becomes a case of chronic catarrh, which will require many bottles to entirely cure. A sore throat, which one bottle of Pe-ru-na will cure, soon becomes chronic pharyngitis or en larged tonsils, which will require many bottles. A slight cough, which, with out a vestige of doubt, would soon disappear with the use of Pe-ru-na, becomes chronic bronchitis, which requires a persistent use of Pe-ru-na for some time. There are a great many cases of consumption each year due directly to a neglect of coughs, colds, etc., which, if Pe-ru-na had been kept in the house and used ac cording to directions, would have been prevented. For a free treatise on catarrh, coughs colds, consumption, and all diseases of .winter, send to the Pe-ru-na Drug Manufacturing Company, Columbus, Ohio. In taking a retrospective glance over the backward path, most of us find occasion for regret if not for repentance. Here we made a mistake, there a blunder, on such a day we were led to wrong a friend, on another we had a chance to be kind and con siderate, and were vindictive and un forgiving. As we turn the year's final page, we are conscious of depres sion because we did not do better, because we sometimes did so ill. Harper's Bazar. Down the Corridors of Time. Norfolk Virginian, Step by step we have kept pace with the old year, and to-day 1894 is lost iu the birth ot 1895. The year just closed has been freighted with conse quences, but whether sadness or uleas- ' 1 ure has predominated it is now a mat ter of no moment the great book of 1894 is closed, nothing more can be added, nothing taken therefrom. On its pages are written our joys, our trials, and our triumphs, but whether good or bad it is of the past and the present is only ours. Let us wisely improve it. Standing then upon the threshold of another year, " let us ar rest the present moment, that we may imprint the marks of wisdom upon its wings." Let us resolve to do better, to live better. In the first hours of 1895 let us have a moral re-adjustment of all our accounts. Let us not sit amid the ashes of the buried past year to engage in vain regrets, for the days that are gone will not come again. We can profit by its mistakes and be better prepared, therefore, for what is to come. But, whether good or bad, we to-day enter upon a new year, and let us hope that it will be a prosperous one and, above all, a happy one. Establish a Reformatory. Monroe Journal. J If the coming Legislature will pro vide for the establishment of a reforma tory it will be about the best way in which they can employ their time. To place young criminals, oftimes mere children, in the penitentiary by the side of hardened criminals is worse than inhuman, it is criminal. Our present system whereby we must either put young criminals in the penitentiary with hardened and veteran criminals or turn them out on society without restraint is bad. The penitentiary is alright and proper for hopeless crimi nals but it is not the thing for crimi nals who are convicted of small crimes and for whom there is hope of reform. Let us have a reformatory. Kurklen Arnica Salve. The best Salve in the world for Cut iruises, cores, uieers, sail itneum, fever Siren, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains lorns, ana h; skin r.ruptions, and pus tivelv cures Pile, cr no iar remiired. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money reluntled. l'nee ctnis per ho For sale by M. Dorsey, druggist. HOLD ON BOYS. Hold on to virtue, it is above all price to you, in all times and places, Hold on to your good character, for it is and ever will be your best wealth. Hold on to your hand when you are about to strike, steal or do an im proper act. Hold on to truth, for it will serve well and do you good throughout eternity. Hold on to your tongue when you are just ready to swear, lie, or speak harshly, or use an improper word. Hold on to your temper when you are angry, excited, or imposed upon, or others are angry about you. Hold on to your heart when evil persons seek your company and invite you to join their games, mirth and revelry. Hold on to your good name at all times, for it is much more valuable to you than gold, high place, or fash ionable attire. Land I have for sale several excellent tracts of laud in Warren, near the Railroad, which I will sell on good terms. These lands are well adapted to grain, grass clover and tobacco. H. A. FOOTE, Warrentnn, X. C. NOT A MERE FIGUREHEAD. Victoria Said to Take an Active and Ben ficant Tart la Fablic Affair. A corner of the Tell which screens the Inner life of royalty from the com mon gaze was raised the other day by Mr. Eentoul, M. P., at a meeting- of la dies in support of the women's suffrage movement, says the Westminster Ga zette. Mr. Eentoul said his idea had always been that, the queen was a merely ornamental sort of personage, who signed such documents as were submitted by her ministers, and was restrained from doing any harm by constitutional safeguards. He had, however, recently made the acquaint ance of two lords in vaiting, who have been in attendance on her majesty for many years, and the information he had obtained from this source had com pletely altered his views as to the in fluence exercised by the queen in mat ters of domestic and foreign policy, lie had learned that she is proficient in eleven European languages, and that she has during the last four or five years completely mastered Hindus tanee, in which she converses with great correctness and fluency with any of her Indian subjects who are pre sented at court. Iler majesty frequent ly Writes to every important sovereign in Europe, and her influence on the side of peace is said to have been very beneficial, her knowledge of foreign af fairs being most intimate and accurate. At several critical stages in the rela tions between European nations the queen's personal influence has been suc cessfully exerted to prevent war. It is even alleged in court circles .that her majesty would have been able to pre vent the Franco-Prussian war if Emperor Louis Napoleon had not pre cipitated hostilities on the Rhine be fore any opportunity was afforded for mediation. LONG BEFORE PULLMAN'S DAY. Benjamin Dearborn, In 1819, Thought Oat the Sleeping and Dining Car. The recent Fullman troubles impart a special interest to a discovery re cently made by File Clerk Walter II. French, among the archives of the house of representatives, says the Washington Post. The discovery is in the nature of a petition to congress preferred in 1819 clearly foreshadowing the modern system f sleeping cars. The petition is all the more interesting because the power of steam used in the propulsion of railroad trains at that time was still in its infancy and wrapped more or less In vague mystery. The paper is as follows: "The memorial of Benjamin Dear born, of Boston, respectfully repre sents: That he has devised in theory a mode of propelling wheel carriages in a manner probably unknown in any Country, and has perfectly satisfied his own mind of the practicability of con veying mails and passengers with such celerity as has never before been ac complished, and in complete security from robbery on the highway. "For obtaining these results he relies on carriages propelled by steam on lev el railroads, and contemplates that they can be furnished with accommo dations for passengers to take their meals and their rest during the pas sage, as in a packet; that they be suf ficiently high for persons to walk in them without stooping, and so capa cious as to accommodate twenty, thir ty or more passengers and their bag gage." GOOD FIGHTERS. Chinese Soldier Are Fcarleaa and InBnite in Numbers. Our knowledge of the modern China man in battle has been derived from the wars of 1883 and 1834 with the French. According to the French narratives of the war in Tonquin, the Chinese generals were deficient in strategy; but the rank and file fought so desperately, with such utter disregard for life, that they generally won the battles, and the campaigns ended in French re treats. Admiral Courbot covered him self with glory by his operations on the River Min, which ended in the destruc tion of the Chinese arsenals and ship yards, but the admifal had to make all haste to withdraw his force; if he had delayed, not a ship nor a man would have escaped, says the San Francisco Argonaut. So at the conflict on the island of Formosa. The speed with which the French landed was outstripped by the speed with which they reembarked. French officers who have seen the Chi nese in the field shake their heads when foreigners talk lightly of their military prowess. In fact, the ques tion speaks for itself. Given a prac tically indefinite number of fighting men, every one of whom is ready to die on the field, it goes without saying that it cannot be overcome by a weaker force. Awed by a Glass Eye. One of the mafny superstitious fears that render the laborers from sunny Italy so generally docile was recently taken advantage of by a shrewd Irish foreman employed on a public job. There was a misunderstanding likely to result in a general strike, and he as sembled the men together, listening patiently to their statement of griev anc es. When they concluded, he called to his side the bookkeeper of the con tractor, a man with penetrating dark eyes, ono of them quite still because it was artificial. The foreman stated with emphasis, the only terms upon which he would compromise, and the bookkeeper kept his "evil eye" fixed on the crowd. The terms were ac cepted without a murmur, and the crowd hastily dispersed. The book keeper was entirely unconscious of per forming any part in determining tha controversy. Paving Space, "Binkins is going at a remarkable pace even for him." "He says it's economy." "Economy!" "Yes. He's going to turn over a new leaf New Year's day and he wants to get as much recorded as he can before, he lets go of the old one." Washing ton Star. BCT now WILL HE DO IT? 4 'Hi TT"' Chollie Oh, Ms Biffhup, may I kts you? Miss Hichlin frtninlir Ti.... o r J " J All drupgists paarantee Dr. Miles' Pais ! Pills to stop Headache. "One cect a dose," 1 uxoenence Has demonstrated that advertising in these columns is not an Experiment. It is an investment of assured value that has the indorsement of Experts In the science of suc cess. They all agree that its value as a me dium of communication nth the public is Extraordinary, Not merely on account of its general popularity v.'ith all classes of read ers, but because of the llent Taste and judgment displayed in the man ner and method of Exploiting The announcements of advertisers. You can have your ad. written at our office without extra Exoense.- A WORD TO THE WISE Only those who are forced by limited income to practice stern economy know the full meaning of the old proverb, " A penny saved is a penny earned." It is this kind of people who learned long ago to make all their purchases from H. THOMASON, Wholesale and Retail Grocer AND GEXEKAL MERCHANT. W. W. Rowland, (Successor to Rowland & Powell) Henderson N. C. Attention is called to my stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE which was never so large or attractive as it is this season. Complete line of DRY GOODS Al NOTIONS' Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple anil Fancy Groceries. All at BOTTOM PRICES. I buy for cash and WILL NOT BE UN DERSOLD. I make a specialty of SHOES AND FAMILY GROCERIES. It will pay you to see my stock before making your purchases. W. W. ROWLAND. Vour Face Will be wreathed with a most engaging mile, after you Invest In a EQUIPPED WITH ITS NIW PINCH TENSION, TENSION INDICATOR AUTOMATIC TENSION RELEASER rh most complete and useful device ejer Kdded to mj sgwipg machine. The WHITE is Durably and Handsomely Biilt, Or Fine Finish and Perfect Adjustment, Sews ALL Sewable Articles, And will serve ana pieae jou up to the full limit of your expectations. - Active Dealers Wanted in unoccu pied territory. Liberal terms. Address, ' " WHITE SEWING MACHINE 68., CLEVELAND. O - en t, , Hij it sis nMiHacMe Henderson is ft MaM-ys is theWareflonse. There is no Market that will pay you as much for your tobacco as Henderson. And there is no House that will get you as Big Prices as ours Our Motto: FAIR DEALING, HIGHEST PRICES, BEST AVERAGES, PROMPT RETURNS. We practice the above as fully as we promise it. Its observance has been the golden chain of enduring and unfailing confidence which has made success ours and satisfaction yours. D. Y. COOPER, Proprietor, Henderson, North Carolina, Sell yoir Tobacco at lis Use and. Met wlicl Pays yon tie Most Clear Mow. Ours is the largest and best equipped warehouse in this or any other bright leaf mar ket. We have every facility for conducting our extensive business. Ample capital, large and well lighted floor, experienced help and polite service, comfortable camp rooms, plenty of good dry stalls. The past record of Cooper's Warehouse is the best guarantee of what its future conduct will be. Strict personal attention given to all tobacco put on our floor. Highest Market Prices Guaranteed the Seller, Whether shipped or brought in person. In our hands your interest shall be protected as fully as if you were here to look out for yourself. We work alike for the welfare of all our patrons, without regard to class or distinction, no matter where they are or who they may be. A trial will convince you if you are not already counted among our patrons. Old customers are convinced. Come and see us. We promise to send you home satisfied. tSNew tobacco is selling remarkably well. It would be to your interest to bring us a load now. Will get you top notch prices for it. D. Y. COOPER, Proprietor. Going to buy O Think: well before you boy. Tbe best is always cheapest, We sell tbe best and cheapest Henderson Supply Co. Office at Cooper's Warehouse. We have on hand the prettiest lot of Open and Top Bug gies ever offered in Henderson. Prices lower than ever before. See them before you buy. S. & C. W ATKINS, that I Vu4 Ml! BJbf. Ate. 10 u. Tha acnmpuTlc tfi W.iffet MS !ba IN Ita M Bm n itennk aIliniW mjlau. 4i k. 11 1. Ilia, at. liraMliktiMlwii. IIU;WiMul. Mia. Hie. MnnKitllpm My frid. r Hrp bi. ts ta t av ilfpmit WW duerfa:!? t'jpty to tonmim wHk np tnrln.ii. ' PATIENTS TREATED BY HAH..- C8Vf I6ENT1AL BiwUa, (aur.iae. t won la nwiaff antirnn a II. L f. f. HTML WCIEri TlEATEt. MKAft. KL 1 rot" ""t ki.nU to u&BEHBlSl. I o A large stock of Buggies, Phaetons, Wagons, always on band from which to select. o rRIMnYOUK OWN HONK, MEAL VaniINU OYSTEIt 81IULLS, COltX, GKAHAM FLOUIt. &c. in the Celebrated n HATfD MILL, 'Sl'r " QllrUU 100 per cent, more made in keep ing pounry. aiso ruwiilt 31IIIjS AJSi FARM F12J:r MILLS. Circulars sent on application. "WILSON 1JKOS., Kaston, Pa. SHIPYARD'S MADE FROM PURE PIG IRON. Not one pound of Scrap Iron s pver used In these goods. DURABLE, CONVENIENT ind ECONOMICAL All Modern Improvements to Lighten Housekeeping; Cares. Twenty different sizes and kinds. Every Stove Warranted Against Defects. Prices not much .higher at this timi? than on commoner kinds of Stoves. fdUonoratldrat HENDERSON, N. C, Tie MacMnfSPar Excellence for Poulterers. WEBSTER & HANXUM'S Improved SREEN BONE Cotter. Medal and Diploma awarded at World's Fair Cheap, Durable, Practical and Warranted. n Fowls fed GREEN CUT BONE will double ! their egg yield. 1 oung chicks prow fast on it Get our circulars of Cireen Rone Cutter, If and Crushers for making Grit for I'oul try, prepared Pure I.I me .stone Urit, Uttle Ola.nt Clover Cutter, &c, &C. WEBSTER & HANNUM, GAZENOVIA N Y. ELECTRIC TELEPHONE Fold ontrtght. no rent, no rojaJt; to Cur. Village or Country. home hop. More and office. Oreaimt conen- leaea ana neat aenor on fttirth. AfaMa make frvam S3 to SO Pr 4r. On in a nsidenoa maana a aa)o to ail tha neighbor. Una inatrnmenta, no toy., work, aaywhara. any distanos. Complete, ready for ne when shiitd. Can be pat op by any one. never oot of order, no repairing, laxt. a Ufa ae. Warranted. A money maxer. Writs W. f . rUrritcn a Co., Clerk 10, Columbus 0. ifO MORE EYE-GLflSSES. Weak MITCHELL'S EYE-SALVE A Certain Safe and Effective Remedy for SORE, WEAK and INFLATED EYES, JrcItfoin Tjanj-flifhtoilni.na, unit Itemtoriiif the Siyhtof the off. Cures Tear Drops, Granulation, Stye Tumors, Red Eyes, Mulled Eye Lax lies, AND PRODUCING QUICK RELIEF -AND PERMANENT CUKE. Also, equally efficncionM when nnetl In other maladies, aneli an Ulcers, Fever Mores, Tumor. Salt Itheuni, Burns, Plies, or wherever Inflaniiiiaf Ion exists, MITCIIELIg may u usctl to advantage. 6Q19 By AU, PRUCGISTS AT 20 JE(T$. HENDERSON PLANING -MILLS, R. R. PINKSTOX, Proprietor, DEALEIl IN AND MANUFACTURER OP All Kinds Lumber and Building Materials The public of Henderson and vicinity should not lose sight of the fact that I an! prepared to d all kinds of work in my line, such as TURNING, SCROLL WORK, &c, on short notice, in the host possible manner, AT REASONABLE PRICKS I keep a supply of all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS, which will be sold at low est figures, dressed or undressed. Terms cash. I also do CONTRACTING and i.UILl)IKG. at reasonable prices. Esti mates luriusiieu on application. R, R, Pinkston, aug 0 HENDERSON. N. C. IN THE LEAD I That is where we arc con tinually striving to be, spur red on by the approbation and good will of our many customers. And you will find us " right there" when it conies to carrying a choice and iresh line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, CANNED GOODS, Tobacco, Cicars, Snuff, k, k We have also a select stock of the purest and best LIQUOES. Pore N. G. Corn Whiskey a Specialty. Our Motto The Best is nrme top ood for our cus tomer.s( Our Policy To sell at the Lowest Living Prices. Give us a call. JOS. T. JONES & CO., O'NEIL BLOCK, Henderson, - N. Carolina. More 2"' EjC81 HUMPHREYS Dr. Humphrey' (-prriflc .-re ,.),.,..- carvfUUy prvpartii Krmtt!i;-..c. , i-. private practice and for o.r th'nv people vrub. entire suiwu. K,-i'v sir'-'' " ' ' '. s rpeclal cure fur the disease Lar'i.-d '"' - Tbey cure without drUKifin. 5.-,,' ... the ystem and are In fact and d .-. 1 i " ' "': Kerardlca uf the World. ,l " u 1 Fevers, Congesi.-ns. Iran-tvui! -54 Worms, Worm l ever. , r:-i r. 3 Teethlngi Colic, Cryitc.Vv'lk, 4 Diarrhea, of Children . r .viui"! 7 Cough, Colds. Uron.-hitij" Neuralgia, Toothache. 1 : 9 Headaches, sick Ilea ! 1. :. , . V 10 Dyspepsia, ruii.uisucss. 1 , . ' 11- Supprcssed r-r Painful IVriY.'V ' 1 J-Whites, Too 1'rofu.vo r,ri, J 13 Croup, Laryngitis, lioars. :, . " 14 Salt Khenm, F.rsl;vlas Vr7:-;; . , ' 15 Khenmatism. l-:heur.:r.'.ic !'.-.:':.s " "" 16 Malaria, Chills. Fever c i .v'ue l-t'aiarrh, InCccnr-i, c.:a lu , 20 -Whooping Coash '21 Kidney Diseases 2S-iervon8 Debility - 30-trlnary Weakness 'b 3 1-Sore Throat, Vulncy. l"levra!e ! T' j'. Ill MPHREYS' WITTll llt i )f "The llle Ointmeut."-Tri.l h(. Pa. lU'MrUKCT' MAKVA1..U4 ).... ,, , ,'" " uriPUKtvs'iD.to.,iii.imiiil.1M SPECIFICS, AND r-'-j.Ir.Fs'K - SAV MONEY we or or ii Dv.. r.-.z-K - ; jrou machines cT eerier i;..,n , get elecTCherc. Thcl. ;v i.. our beat, but we make c Ik :,. ueU as lUo CLIMAX, Zi:i: '. other HlaU Arm jKsill r:se:. -i . Seulns Macliinea lor ; Call c:i our atrcut or ; . want your trade, irvl i;";-. . , anil square lca!iuz it I:". i .... have it. Wo clinlle lc ;l. . produce a. bktti:;: $r,o.'. '- Machine for $50.CO, o:-1. ; . ! 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