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Seliuce Ha at Ltt D)ist over A a It al
Cure fpr heumat Ism.
After years of experiment a new scientific
remedy has been found that not only relieve:4,
but absolutely curen liheumatismn and kindred
diseases to stay cu red. Rheumatism in eaiied
by an excess of poisonous acids iI the W041.
The new discovery thouraneide, though purely
vegtable, and acting through natures clianinels
neutralizes theme neids ai)d Nwees all poiIons
on( harmnful germs out of the blool. At the
msanie tine it tones up the stomach und egun
hates the liver and kidney,
ithoumnacido therefore. vures the disease per
manently, because it removes the cause. It
has cured htuidreds of cases after the most ni
ted doctors and hospitals have failed ltiheun-u
eide enred Jaunes Wilkes of Dilon, S. C., after
l1e lRid been hield in bed by lhinmiintisim for
three years and hi feet were drawn up iosit it)
his back. Thi-s is only one of many inmirvelous
cures that lheunimatiide has alroady perforineI
ltheumacide is curing manly cases of Rtheliiin
tism, Sciatica, lumbago, gout, kidney trouble,
mdigestion and constipation, right in this coin
iecause it bau cu red to many others we be
lieve it will cure you. All the leading druggist
in'the county sell and reco muiend Rhouma
3un a* O h IKiRd Yu e Mwas BOgU
Mrs. Adams and son, of Puansyl.
vania are Pponding several weeks
with the former's sister Mrs. Loila
Brock. Mrs. Adamn' health has
imiuch improved sinco coming to
Central (the human repair shop).
Their father Mr. A. W. Zachary of
Mossy ( reek, Ga. has been spetid.
ing a week with thom (ring
which timo they were quite pleas,
antly sirprised with a visit from
their sistors Mrs. Wagner of Co,
humbia and Mrs. Goss of Wolborn,
Mr. T. Baxter White of
Highlands, N. C., is expected to
visit his daughter Miss ,1essi of
Miss Sue Gaines made a flying
visit to her parents Mr. and ~Mrs.
Miss Ina Gaines of Oakway is
spendingr a week with tho family
of Dr. Sbirley.
f a111 211 QLY~ i)(I )1 tP fIo'
but m3R yet we hanvo h1ad t ')
Coimv gobble from rti -gotl '( ,t r
M.Georgo Afa (9')x :: mlFt:
left 1113t W(!Cc for 1 1161r
lieni1t~h andi proipoFrity.
Qu ite a r ~ m iij - r .'d
xpee~t d (uriig thrA hml i(!;,% 14.
Our mchooI i.. plrogre si g i.
.1 nder tbo Ruperit lti idt j- ()I P.
4talvy. Wec hnll'e (f11ite' .1 l
schiool libIrAI'v wbich %e it.~ ii
,)rove bo0th inate-rostji~q .1p ~)-ti I
V r f. JOT. GWisc'AW11,V CNl11POS; hci'
nrtble *fnd siso-t.4 lo 11-1IIOi Isx
veok. Tlhu'v con t''npatc. 8.9f.CI)eitg
hbo winter heore.
If fily 0111 u-18111-1 114):1I 11, lot,
'he orn o1O to Con tn .
v~THjjJ OLD ST AND.
Ple'( 1' -av io your ro:vlors and my friends that I am "still at the Old Stand " with a
- - e i v iniable goods whicii I have for their inspection and saile at very close figuros. fr.
111 1hh I am ginoting I c nsidor the goods are flare Bargaiiis. Toll them that I
IIi b'..' and everything," and am selling at a close profit.
F, ,i : 1A VY WINT111, SHOES, We have then; a'so, SUITS, PANTS, UNDER
- Y I N I I S IR RTS; also, a good Ii no of OVERS1O S.
- -0 br ' ma we invite the ladies to -all and we will mrako thom close prices (),
OD- ;0 S, NOTI(ON , ete.
u'T ." Ir as the above to tho mon folks on Clothing, Shoes, Hat,, Unodorclothin
-I I'risi~ gs, etc. The nicest line of these goods we l.ave (vor carried.
-d ir.. by) th car load to go at prices that defy compoti ton
A ;)P ,() g%( kind of furniture and nico matting, carpeting and r 'gs. Agent f
V. o :nooa l'iows--two very necessary things in ovory well regulatte( tamnily au1
1 th.. marlo-t. Chinaware, Glasswvro, Agatoware, Tinware and other ware th-it
- 2 hartal-ors' goods and a nice Hearse. U \
. o!ii.lted and you will be treated right.
1'. i ' . 1 souls ov. ing the esiato of W. T. McFall will please come forward an( make settlement
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