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THE MONROE JOURNAL. VOLUME X. NO 14 MONROE, N. C, TUESDAY MAYS, 1003 One Dollar a Year Lots, Lots, Lots! Lot of Lois at Auction on Lonjj Time! ON FRIDAY, MAY i;TH. NEXT. AT 10:30. A. M . we effer for sale at public au i n THIRTY Ipts. trir.g the property jist deeded u by Atmln'd llroi , in ?he southern portion of the city, fronting the handsome lJ. A Covington residence and thence sou'h ward and westward This is one of the ery best neighborhoods obtainable. Iid ycu know that property in Monroe was going up, IT, UP? Some of th we who bocght at our sale last fall sold out at a handsome profit in a week's time. The lots we offer this tune are just as near, are more thin half larger any of them, in (act, will afford a ga.'den and all have frontage on old established streets. We offer them on EXCEEDINGLY EASY TERMS: 20 per cent, cash, balance one-fourth every six months Any man or woman, boy or girl in town can on these terms lay the foundation of a home. Mr. Davis Armficld will show anyone the property at any time be fore the sale. UNION REAL ESTATE CO., PER E. C. WILLIAMS. MANAGER. A A I Closing Out Sale of China. I i Wo have a few broken sets that we are going to sell at cost and be low. Have to make room for other Spring Goods. If you need any thing in this line, eall and get our price. :: :: :: :: WIViATE COMMtNCE.IKNT. Or. J. li. Richardson's A J J res Most Excellent One, Descriptive of W hat the Demands of the Country Are of Its Citizenship. The Priie Winners -Wonderful .Success of This .hooJ. The seventh annual session of the NYillgate School clis.il l:it l-'ridiiy. w ith coiiiuhih. incut day rvieix-s. The whole program wus good throughout, tin- m ami git Is ac quitting themselves Uli distinc I inn. The recitations and ihclania t ion erf made by the following girls and liojs: Wilma I'crry, Amelia Hurley, Annie Sanders, I.illic Oiitcn. U-ila Scawi'll, Esther Itivriic, May llanvll. Mary b Hiveus, Kscn Ashcrafl, V. II. by Mr. T. IS. Ash. tart. Mr. II. I. Jones von tli' priaiK fr I lie best s-lliug and for the kiglu-st liver age gnule iu common school studies. Mr. T. It. Aslicraft n the de claiinir's prize, ami Mis-. Mary I.cc 1 livens the prize i.llinil to the hel rs-ilcr. All the prize were nice books, mostly biography, which is always gool lit. rat. lie for the young. i The Wingate School has pissed its seventh ,car of ux-1'uliies.s. Il 1 ua foiiudtsl, said lr. Ilicliardson. iu the In ai ls ami souls of (tod's 'people. It is remark ttile that the ; young man, frcdi I pun college, who took eharge of the school at its 'opening seven years ago, is slill a! His head. If one word of dissatis llrll.illilliuivw.lv has ever tieeu iitlcrcd, the puliiie has not heard it. Not oulv have inucnl MWY KILLED UY MOl NTAIV Howard Agiin Found i iu.lty WSs The W. J. Rudge Co. tug Savings. Loan andTrustGo.. MONROE, N. C. Office in Dillon's Km ml lire HuildiiiK, diirclly South uf ami fronting Hie Coiuthouse. Orsaniied iimltr Ihe laws uf the Slate of North Carolina. Officers: B. B. Rodwine, President; J. M. Bolk, Vice-Pros.; F. H. Wolft, Cashior. Directors: J. M. Belk, A. W. Heath, A. J. Price, J. I. Orr, 0. S. Leo, Dr. J. B. Eubanks, R. B. Redwine, J. W. Bivons, J. Z. Groen. Invites personal and other accounts large or tmall -subject tu check .it sik tit, anj allos interest on agreement. Issues cititicaUs t( deposit mi which interest it pnij. Acts as agent for municipal and titivate cui p.. rations or individuals. buys, .ells and rents real estate and personal property. Authorized by law to act as Kseciitor, Administrator, Guardian, Agent, etc. Cm accept any ttust for which an individual is eligible. In trust matters the company will recognize any reputable member id tin bar to which tliey may be instrumental iu placing in its chatge. By tins mraiii clients may continue to benefit by the oversight of their own counsel and at the same tune secure corporate responsibility. Endorses or guarantees the payments of notei or other obligations. Lends money at all times on approved aerurity or on land. Makes bonds for officers, and iu criminal or civil judicial proceedings. Savings Hank feature deposits in small sums for Having--a specialty. Procures loans (or borrowers and will And borrowers for tliore desiring to lend money. CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX3 SOOC)OrXXXXX)CXOCK!OOCXXXXXXOrXCXXXX00 jjj cHLidL JisjIijlCsL I with the wants of our customers, we open up the new spring sea son. What you need, when you need it and at the price you can pay. Monroe Hardware Gonau's Biioofe Ittr Wagons, Gloe and Lutcli Cotton planters, ri;i'. M. 11. hit v. Meigs T. it. Aslieral'l, Sun Long. ('. A. Hamilton, J. M. Austin, ,. W. (iiiniu, .1. 11. Little, Vaini Ci il' tin. Mike I'arker. '. V. King. K. I lloiwn. Alter 1111 intei mission tor dinner of 1111 hour ami a hall', hi. .1. II. Kichurdson delivered the literary address, whieh was most liuiely, ami sliolilil In- piodiirlive of inili'li gmiil with tliu.i' who lieanl it. "That nuts is ii great country should he impressed upon I In- buys and gills. All our eniidilioiis and resources point to a future great ness yet unknown to the world. My sutijcct Iherefoie w ill lie, 'What our eoliiiliy's littilic siieeexs rails for al yntir hands, or the ideal fit i z.en that our eoiiutry is railing for.' " said the speaker. Ir, liieh ardsoii spuke with great slrength and eleai nessof theduly of ritieii ship. Kdueated men and uouieii, he said, must U- the euslodiaiis of .1,, : f? I'KnK. .1, A, V I l.l.l A MS, our country's futiiie. l'roiu our governor down, our leaders recog nize this truth. Hut the educa tional work is only primary. Our count ry'it welfare reaches beyond that one quest ion uf education. What kind of education is the question. Weshotild have an edu cational system that should produce first of all an industrious people. The country isealling I'm educated men and women who know how to toil properly. 'o system is com plete that dues not teach this great fact. Next is demanded iiidepend cut thinkers; not haul he. oli d men who will spurn w hat others think and say, but men and women who can go to the heart of u proposition for themselves. Also, we need those who can, in the third place, distinguish U'tweeu the right and the wrong, the jul and the unjust, the true and the false. Ami, in l.iul lUlii Stierwln-Willlams Paint. J pa I tt&i. -JAtaw I. OOOOOOCXXXXX)OOOCXXXXXXOOOOOOOOrXXXXXXXXXXXK TD6 FraoKilo I TuD6wrlter. Tha best Typewriter on the market. You can pay more but yon cannot (el a better one. Its work it alosys in full view of lha operator; it ia simple in construction; and has stool lha test for many years, proving ita durability. The alignment is always perfect, and the price IB 9 , J W IU PIW " ........ T ...... - . ,v., w, wi 1 the olficet of CUTTER TOWER C . Boston, Mast. Soalhera Branch 116 Jenifer building, Washititou, D. C )IU. .1. V. i;ns, CIIAIKM AN IKlAltl) TKl STMX Ikiorc The Dawn ThunJering Revert, rations Shook the alley uf the HJ Man Kiver in Brit ish Columbia. Tuns of Uock 1'ruro the lojeitain I'cll, and the Lives ot Over l!a!t a Mini J red People W ert Crushed Out, I oi lowed by a Threatening I lood. Vaneimver, 1!. C , April 2"' tberwhc'rne .1 by coiinla-s tons of rook, this in irninf shortly f!or 4 oYlmk, n,l with proliabiy 1 12 of i'.s iiihrtliitants k'llisi Bh,iit in stantly, the little mining tonti of Flunk, in niilhwe'.ern Alberta U thieatcueil w ith mnplelc detruc tion by thhi.l tonight. tM Man's river, which hVws throujh the .,,! centre of the town, is damned up nv tnc tailing rocks to ttiu lieiglit natrons liecu NiittNlicd lint tb.i ili mauds of the position have . "f nearly It" feet itn I the entire sitisliedaswell in I'rof. Krv. Ileh'1"' "'"vo tho town is ll.Kxle.1 hits put his mIhk.I s.,narelv iu thejfor m"v- . A '""lyf 'terts fmnt of preparatory schools in the'Pres,1,n wlt1' force upon the dam. State. His students go into the!'he ''"'y i'fotection the town of world well trai I tu lie I orable rnk. ,,,w '' ""' u0 l ill'r and iis,.fiil men and women, or Su ( !:ll.t,'1 nn.tt her channel, .should to the colleges to I .ccotne leading.1 Im jpr"'lt' break, the sludents. The s.ssi.,ii just closed !l'mlM? vl,l;l-'e "ol"(1 s"''l" enrolled Iti pupils, the iiiuiMia! iniiiilier of T'.l lieiug lmarding stil dents. coming from siv,teen utili ties mid from inure than one Slate. Prof. I try is ably assisted by Prof. ,1. A. illiams. oneof his old students, an honored graduate of W ake Forest, and one w hose ir lues, manners and characteristics are similar to timsc-of his chief, lie has licen in the school for three teiius and will continue. Miss Annie llarri'll taught the primary department this year, and will probably c uitiuiie next year. Miss Flossie Sams taught music and elo cution. While this seliO'il is owned by the Ilaptist Association, dcnorni nationalism is mil taught, the sehiiol ciinlinitig itself to Hie iiiciil caiioiiof high moral precepts, the Christian faith without s Italian ism, and high ideals of hie and citizenship. Students of all ileuom illations are welcome. The build ing has ls'cu enlarged, and din ing the past year much of the interior lieaiitilied by painting. From Over the State. News has reached Shelliv of the death of Mix linslick, wife of Key. i. P. Iiostick. li.iiili.st missionary it t'heefoo, China. A husband and four children survive. Mr. Itosliek is n native of Shelby. Iu Wake Superior Court last week n jury n warded ij'IO.uiKI .lain ages against the Seaboard Air Line A dispatch from Frank sh)s: "A tremendously Ion I revcrlira tinn slndik tho whole valley of (iie Old Man's river this niurniuir and seiucelv Imlf the inhabitants -l this . inn awakened t a rcaliy. it ion of the i npil.dil:? diinirer, when, from the tup of Turtle Mountain, overlooking the settlement, mil lions of tuns of rock were hurled "Tho Frank Mines, operated by the Flunk (.'anndiiin Coal Colli p'ltiv. ucrn-s from the lawn, were seen to be buried under hundreds of fed of rock pistils the timming iitflit wis breaking. Inside of live minutes front the first thunderous sliueii, half the t.iiMi realized wlinl laid happened, H unall force of men had started to the relief of llio miners, despite tho great risk tliey ran of being buried under the riick, which were still being pre cipitated from the lofty mountain top. The volunteer relief force was nniilile to get into the mine, bid managed tu get near enough In determine Unit not a man at the workings hud escaped death. Mnnv hud been fearfully nuinoled. "The disaster was uicrcii'ul to tinise men who were employed hIkivc ground in (hat they must have been killed instnnlly, while those ii'cn in the workings of the mine tuay yet be ulive if they have air lo breathe. If all the air shafts to tho initio weie closed up under that iiwl'nl nviilnnelie all the men must bneti died lie this 11 f loeiiin 01 liailroad for the killing of F.nginivr i The (Vllvr wns' , conlin,.( lo Watson last .lune. 1 he amount ti, ..:, llf ,,, ,. titiiru. fur sued for was 0,lillil. ., ,i..i;,, i,,,,,.,., : t LatiiatiL'e, Lenoir coiiniv. ' the town nf Frank wi re deinol- V sin the fourth place, we nf d t) le taught to olK'y the law of xuliordi uation, the supremacy of good over bad; and lastly, the future calls for men and women who will have high ideals of life. After the address the prize w in ners were nnimuiiced, and the prir.ru delivered by Mr. It. V. Uensley and Mr. Jackson Hamil ton. Mr. Sam liong won the prize for best debater in the Philonphiun society, and Mr. ('. A. Hamilton second prize. In the (ilailstone aocicty the first prize was won by Mr. J. W. Oriflin, and the second .Monday liioniin:;, Kiehurd Woolen and I'.ill Harper had a liiisuiider slaiuiing mill Woolen shot at liar per live limes. The only person hint was a negro dravman, who caught one of the balls iu his thigh. A daughter of Mr. Jesse Foard of Winston, IS years old, attempt ed to commit suicide Monday night by taking carbolic acid. She is e 'ia i i u-.i i.j i . . . i.ii, ill- ti.i u; u man's father bail corrected bee nnil I ' J . this is the reason assigned for the attempt on her life. The stables at the county home of Alamance county were burned Sunday night with nine horses a quantity of feed, wagons, farming utensils, harness, etc. Tim loss of properly was about s l.nnii, upon which there was no insurance. The origin of the lire is unknown. Iu Mecklenburg Superior Court last week, Win. Horah, Walter Hanicls, Poland Little, A. T. Yon di r, Felix Hay man, Clerics Li. h ami Poland Miller, all white, plead guilty to the charge of gambling. Judge Sluur sentenled Horah to 11 months on the chain gang and Daniels lo li mouths. Poland Lit tie was lined 7." and posts and the others ijCiO and costs each. Horah and Daniels appealed and were re leased on bonds of ijemilaud 7 respectively. tieorge King and wife. Lulu King, eoloied, who killed the ille gitiuiale child of their daughter In Charlotte some weeks ng , pVa.l guiily of in inslaugliSer ia M.-el;!. i. nnrg Superior tVml Tin s. j . tlet.rge was M'l.lciiecil to tin' pcui tciili.iiy lor 1 7 y ears niellu. wile was seiileti'id to the chain g.inu fur I'J inonths. The e uiple sloml high in colored Ms-ial and chuieh circles and they killed their d.iuglt- lei s child to hide the shaiiu' hu h had Is en brought up in 111. in. There is a rather heated inuuici pal campaign in Halifav. II ilifav county. ue of the candid;. h s I'm mayor is Mr. Tims. N. Hill, lale in ilepeiidcnl candidate for Cliiel Jus tice of the Supreme Court. Wed nesday u licnch warrant as served on 1). '. Fi'iiner, registrar, for alleged unlaw fully closing the reg istration books Is'foiv time pre scriU'd by law ami refusing to allow- an examination when de manded by the Hill faction. The warrant is returnable, la-fore Judge Moore ut Windsor on May 7th. islic I by the f.illing rock. Some of the oceiipiinls of these houses osCiiprd death, but lUHUV otiiels were instantly killed. It is cntt servativcly cslinialed thut the loss of life will exceed Inn and the latest returns place the number of .lend lit 111'." At noon today it was impossible to arrive at any accurate estimate of the loss of life, as, owing to the excitement and hurry and rush of on tho streets, no one could mv w ho is missing and w ho is not. There are no records avail iihlo Unit w ill tell how many men were working in and about the mine at the limo of tho disaster. It is variously reported that there were from IS to miners under ground. The railroad track for a distance of two miles or mure cast of the station is covered with from ten to forty feet of rock and the tele graph wires are down. All com iniiniciition is being conducted over one wire, running west, and this one liuo is so blocked with private messages un.l inquires from the outside it is only with the greatest dilliciilty that press matter can be cent out. The crop lion intluences seem to centre al the crown of Turtle Mountain. An appeal has la-en made- from Frank to tlio government and mounted police are being hurried to the unfortunate villnire. Ai.l is n'so bcir.g M-nt from ncihburing town, lint o iing to the tnlei riip i 'on nf the t: a'n set v i. e and the 'Hount.iiiiiiihl country, it will lie sever d Ii.i'im luf' te l.elp can re.o-'i tht' stijci.i n eoinn.upiiy A sp, -i: I ' ! Hill Fl il li 1 I p. 111. estim.iles the total iinml.i r nf dpad it 'a.'i. The I itisl theory n ! i the ailse nf the disaster is thai it wa luo lo a roi k slide which carried the t. p of Turtle Mount iiin dow n upon ihe village below. It is now in the thiid trid nl James !( am. i..r the kiiimg o ii'.nn..-: t W ilii.uu tiiH-U-l. mer thre' jeais iii'H. the jury al lo:-.'n a. m. n-port t-d that it ismld .mt a"rce. Judi C.iiilr-ll I lieu s-nl the i hi y liaeU with nistiuetiiiiis to remain nut . an agreement was leached. Il wa ' !U:,".s when the juiy au".iin r: I: e , into the is.int loom am) hand.-.! to Sherill Jeltiies 1 he s.-ib-. enliit i whieli was pissed to Ih pulV I lei k .la :i. is. who read it as follows: ' 'We. the jury, lilid tin- ilel-ii" aut guilty and fix his punishment ;at lite imprisonment. " i Howard was not Msilily atl.-ct. .1 j by Hie vel d let. i The jurors dsik only one ballot I mi Hie question of guilt or lllllo cence. all twelve voting lor a ver diet of guilty. The disagreement was as to the punishment, and on this question nine voted for Ihe death penalty and thn-e for a life sentence. Oil the next hallo! iwooflhose wlm voted for life sentence came over w ith Ihe nine. Juror Koikes then aniioums-d that he would under no circiiui stances vote for the death penalty and a verdict for hie sentence was agreed upon. The Lxnmple of Mr. Holt. ,r;li .. ii, ,,,.! Mr. I. Punks Holt, the large c.t ton null owner of (Iruhatn. has issued an address to tin- mill h-o pie of his low ii urging the in to vote for graded schools. Mr. Holt is himsell by far the largest taxpayer Hid is anxious, lor the well Is-iiig of his people, to have free eduea : lion iu the reach of all. This is' most worthy. In Cumberland eniiu 1 ty we have the Hope Mills Maun lactiiriiig Company, not owned l- North Carolinians, uiging the pen ! pie of Hope Mills to vote a tax for' graded schools, when half the lax will be paid l' the coniiiuiiv . i I'hev sav to the people, "You fur-j nish Ihe voles and we will furnish Ihe money." Many of Fayette-j vines wealthiest men are saung the same thing to the voters who are not property owners. Public education is the great equalizer of i men putting the child ol the ileh mil the poor on the same plane in the struggle of life and giving a' premium to merit. Whipped With liarhed Wire and Switches. ' lll.s.niiiniii.il , 1 1 . . I . lii-i. It, Fight masked iiieu broke into u house here todav and whitccamicil Misses Pebecf'a and Ida Stephens. e, aged is and Hi years, and also whipped Joe Shiveh, colored. The negro was whipped with Inn 1 ml w ire and was hit iu the eve with brass knuckles. The older uirl was w hipped with barbed w ire i in I the vounger one with apple sw itches, but neither is dangerous ; ly injured. Many of the w lnteeiips ( were recognized and warrants w ill I he sworn out for their arrest. I I When Lookinofor ! Wedding Gifts y t a ii! to mv stoiv will nav vou. s . I (i'i.MIM ill HI fill l( I'll t'M.f.. ) Quick Arrest. J. A. Cullcdgeof Verbena, Ala., was twice in (be hospital from a severe case of pilca causing 21 tu mors. After doctor. and all reme dies failed, Puck leu' a Arnica Halve quickly arrested further inlhinnua tiou and cured bim. It conqnera aches and kills pain. 25c. at F.ng lish Drug (Vs. A startling Test. To save a life. Dr. T. (i. Merrill of Mchoopauy. Pa., made a start ling test resulting in a wonderful cure. He writes, "u patient was attacked with violent hemorrhages caused by ulceration of the stoin ach. I had often found i'.leetric Ihlters excellent for acute stomach and liver troubles so I prescrilied them. The patient gained from the first, and has not had an at tack In it months." Kleclric Hitj tera are positively guarantied for PysiM'psia, Indigestion, Const i pa lion ami Kidnev trnublea. Try theiii. Only otic, at Knglish Drug I ompany a. s I I Innc many t lutstss. Miitahle for pres. puts to oficr in Silver, Cut (ilass, and raucy (iol(l Plain! Mirrors, Vases, Clocks Ktc. Let me show tliem and jrie ytm prices on them. W. R. LIXEBAOK, Jeweler, Monroe, N. C. To Cure a Cold in one Day Take Laxative Bromo y.iinino Tablcta. All druggists refund Ihe money if it fails to cure. E. W, Grove 'a signa ture ii oa each boa. JJ cents. Painting as it Should be. ? ' U"! Wi"' SL" ,'le ' ':UV:rl '"Vi i :-! l"''l. It h. is good body 6 y V' f ' y' W rfT-' ')' ' vv''' cover your walls e(- ''Cfik') T'6i-. VV' f 1 x Sy- Plenty ol good 0 i --r ' ' '- . ' , i' I r. .aid j.ll the paints are (' ,TA-'i: rih Yl " ",ey wo"', run 9 V H -V; ' - ' 1 i ' !t ' 5 n,',v (,r l,lister- Jusl V I--.: C-s." da t'j tiia.le. ou get it at f a : -a-:. -nubie price. i N Make your improvements by nsing Heath 4 Miligan Paints. C.N. Simpson, sir. I Successor l.i ('. I'. IIOCSTOX.' C '0COO' 0 .1 0 C 0 OO 7 C 0 C C C Os-0SVO0Os-0 lllltlllllllll lilllllll!l!ilUllltlll llilll'll'l lt.llllll!IIOtlllUltlllllllllllllllllt1lirillllllt UIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIolUllllllHKl'lliiltlllllllllHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIHIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIi , S. ULAKHNflV, President. . . M. 51 ACK. J. RAVTIOND SHUTE, Vic- President- Cashier. nir. A Sure Thing. It is said that nolliiiiy is sine except death ami taxes, but that is not altogether true. Ir. lings New Hiseoverv for Colisiiuiiilion is a sure cure lor all lung ami throat troubles. I liousamls can test itv lo that. Mis. C. I!. YaiiMctre of. Sheplierdlown, . Va., says: "I I had a severe case of Piouehitis mid , for a vear tried evervthiiiL' I heard of, but got no relief. One Isittle of lr. Kinus New Discovery then' 'iircd me absolutely." It'sinfalli ; hie for Croup, W li.Hiping Cough, (rip, Pneumonia and C.uisiimp lion, try it. it s L'uariiiiieeit nv i Knglish Drug Co. Trial bottles! free. Peirular sizes .Vie. and S1. ... j Sawdust as 1'iKxl for Stock. H.ilhiK.i'i. A ii.i-.'i.-ii i . Herman Schmidt, a Caroline far mer, read iu a technical tierman1 paper that wood properly prepare. would make good animal food. As there are a nunilicr of saw-mills in his neighborhood he is pulling the plan into practical operation. Tlie theory is that animals have a de cided liking for young shoots, roots, or shrubs, tree Lark and other heavy food of the same na ture, and evpet imeiils have proved that tlie iiiiliini.il! contained iu such growth leniains in it eii u alter it has lioeoino v. I. umi to it : with a little sail ami v.:i!. r n.l-l.'il to it the mm, lust will prove In be. a highly nourishing diet. Pine, birch, alder, beech, walnut ami oilier woods have been ainily ! ' chemically, ami Ihe woo.l has vast ly more albumen, nitrogen and fatly substances than straw. To the salt and water Mr.Si lnni.lt is adding potato peelings, corn husks, canning house refuse, or any other slop he can obtain. STATE O! OHIO, 1 1 Cm or Toledo, ' ss i Pi cas County, ) Frank J. Cliauey makes oatli that he : is senior paituer of the firm uf F. J. j Cheney & Co., doing business in the City of Tuleilo, Comity and State aforesaid, and Hint said firm will pay i the sum nf One llumlrril Dollnrs fori each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catanh Cure. Fhank J. Chan-ey. t Srtorn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this Mil day of De cember, A. D. 1886. seal A. W, Gi eason. Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is takeu intern ally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous sui faces of the system , SenJ lor testimonials, free, F. i. CllK.N K Y A CO, Tolkik), Ohio. Sold by druggwts, ?5o. Hall 1 family pills an the best auk of Union. Sale, But Progressive and Liberal. A inoih rn banking Ii'iuse with i-voty facility for the prompt and careful handling of all biin. -s, Get one of our Pretty Steel Banks, carry it linnie, deposit y oi.r savings and get interest on them. IMIIIIItlM!lllllMlltllltlltllltll!lllllllll!llltllllllllllllllllMlllllllllllllltllllttltllllll iiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiliuiiiiiiiriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiill 0OO0C' OOOC.OOOC l.XOC.s.X.'OCXXXX-.O CXXXXCXXXXXXXXXXXXXKXXXXXX) TRY The Empire Corn Fertilizer Drill. 13 I i I 1 II I I . - - r- . . . U- 11 It i' the bis! inve-itiiier.t a faii.':i r can make. It will plant year com, f. rtilic it, I cnr it a", ti 0 Fame time. Take out your pcnril, li-iiit ti c s-iving c.f ftrtd'er, add the expense of planting the old way, ai.J ynii will have ynur Drill almost paid fur a". th- cud of the s-ia-oa. The Empire is decidedly the best on the market. No chain attachment; no links to slip or break, and cause you trouble or inconveni ence, but a POSITIVE FORCE FEED. Ask those who have used it if it is not the best Planter sold. Take one home and try it; if you don't like it, we'll refund your money. You need it now. The Heath-Lee Hard ware Co.