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A Home Newspaper Published in the Interest of the People and for Honesty in Governmental Affairs.
Vol. V. , No. 8.
Salisbury, N. C, Tuesday, February 9th, 1909.
Wm, h; Stewart;.Editor.
CH1U 6B0YE NEWS ITEMS.
6ETTIN6 DOWN TO WORK.
CONCORD AND CABARRUS COUNTY.
ALBEMARLE AND STANLY COUNTY.
STATESVILLE AND IREDELL COUN fY.
LEXINGTON AND DAVIDSON COUHTY.
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A Rssbsr of Brief Hd Interesting Article
of our Neighbor's Doings.'
On last Mon lay morning W. C.
Sifford, cashier of the Bank of
China Gove, and secretary of
the China Grove Building aud
Loan Association, -, was assigned
the entire control of the bank as
regards to inside work. Rev. 0.
B. Miller, president, is still the
president, but will take no part
in the active work. Mr. Sifford
will be assisted on the books by
his 8:ster, Miss Mary L. Sifford.
Mrs. Eva Lucindia, wife of
Philip Shnffler, died at her home
on Church street, last Thursday
night. Mra. Shumer had been a
sufferer from a complication of
diseases. Before marriage, about
eight years ago, . she wasa Miss
Foil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Foil, who survive her. She
also leaves a husband and brother
and a sister to mourn their loss.
Sh professed religion about 13
years ago and joined the Evangeli
cal Lutheran church, and wheu
rest camo to her she died in that
faith. She was in the 80th year
of her age at the time of her death.
The funeral was preached by her
pastor, Rev. C. A. Brown, at the
Methodist church, in China Grove,
after which her remains were
carried to Green Lawn cemetery
where they were sacredly placed
to rest. The husband and parents
have the profound sympathy of
the entire community in this sad
honr of their bereavement.
A little girl, one of the infant
twins of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Deal,
died on last Monday night . The
little child was about six weeks
old, and had been a suffer since
its birth. The bereaved family
have the heartfelt sympathy of a
large circle of f riendB. The funer
al was preached at the home on
.Tuesday sf ternoon at 2 o'clock by
, their pastor, Rev. M M. Noacher,
after which the little body was
carried to the Green Lawn ceme
tery, where it was placed to-rest.
The China Grove Cornet Band
attended, in full force, the Miller
town lot sale at Mooresville last
Tuesday, having been chartered
by the Millers to play that day.
This is a splendid band, of which
our town, or any other town should
be proud of, and every, one should
do all they can to encourage the
members in their efforts to render
first-class, soul-stirring music.
There are 19 members, and the
material of which it is constituted
ia as irood and will standvsfts fair
as any band in the State.
District Committies of Associate Charities
Haie Been Appointed. i
The city authorities have offered
the city hall as a meeting place
for the Associate Charities, which
offer has been gratefully accepted,
Some members of the committees
will be at the hall every day ex
cept Sunday, between 12 and 1
o'clock. 1 he district com mittees
have been appointed and the mem
bers have consented to serve. Fol
lowing are names of those ap
pointed on these committees :
District No. 41 N. Main, West
era Ry., N. Fulton and W. Innes
Committee: J. E. Hennessee,
Mrs. C. M. Brown, Miss Jean Mar
tin. District No. 2.W. InLes, N.
Fulton, all west and north Com
mittee; T. H. Vanderford, Sr., L.
W. Blfickwelder, Miss Carrie Rob
erts. District No. 3 North Western
Ry., west Main line Southern and
East Jackson Committee : T. E.
Johnston, C. M. Henderlite, J. R.
District No. 4 E. Iunes, main
line Southern, Western Ry. and
N. Main. Committee : G. H. Sha
ver, W. R. Cox, C. W. Windsor.
District No. 6 East Innis, main
line Southern, Park Ave., and all
east. Committee: G. W, Whit
lock, A. G. Peeler, G. A. Fisher.
District No 5 Park Ave., Main
line Southern, all east and north
Committee; M. L. CaUbie, H.
, Rufty, S. Bradshaw.
District No. 7 Maiu line South
ern, Hi. innes, iw iioran ana ail
east. Committee: B. L. Cauble,
Henry Beaver, Fred L. Palmer..
District No. 8: Main line South
ern, it;.' Jioran, Mill St., aud all
east. Committee: J. M. Steele,
Mrs. R. V. McDauiel, Miss Carrie
District No. 9 Mainline South
ern, -W; Innes, W Horah jtud all
west Committee- Theo,. Brown,
51. C. Quinn, Stephen-F. Lord,
District No. 10 Main line Sou
hern, W. Horah, W. Thomas and
all west. Committee : Dr. I. H.
Foust, A H. Snider, T. H. Stiff.
District No. 11 Main line Sou
thern, W. Thomas, all south aod
west Committe: C M, Higgms,
Miss Josie Nussman. 'M. D Co
District No. 11 Main line Sou
thern, Mill St., all east and south
Committee: R. M. Leonard, H
E. Russell, John Cruise.
A Counterfelr Blind Tiger.
A fake blind tiger, it is said,
did a thriving business here last
Saturday night. The tiger would
ipot a man whose looks betokeued
great thirst, aud approaching the
thirsty one would whisper, 'Don'
you want to buy some coru?" I
"the man approached expressed a
desire to investhis ciQ n "corn'
and they do say that there were
many corn buyers runniug at large
last Saturday night the purchas
er was told to meet the seller at a
designated place and time the
time being mighty soon after the
deahwaB made. ; The seller showed
up at the appointed place and
time named with a pint or a quatt
of com and got his money for it
at the high price of 50c a pint.
There was not so much fake about
the transaction after 'all, for it
was not corii juice that was sold,
but just plain cornj sound 'and fit
for use. , And they do say further
that there was no cheating as to
quantity, no short weight or meas
ure, full and fair measure being
given. A pint of gcod clean white
corn for a half dollar. The price
was high sure, but those who bar
gained for pure corn have no kick
coming, because they did not get
corn juice Monroe Journal.
The South Will do as It Chooses.
"The fcouth. tin section that
haa eiven more or leas trouble in
politics for a good many years, is
again being brougnt to tne iore
ground in the hope of changing
its political complexion and nav
ing it otherwise mend its ways.
The Tradesman has nothing to
do with politics further than urg
ing all those who have vested in
terests to exercise their franchise
rights and thus insure a safe ad
ministration, whether local or
national. At the same time th
haroioff again on the "Solid
South" is not to our liking, nor i
it. we believe to that of the maSU
jority of our citizens. If on
national administration canuot
do any given section of the coun
try full justice without stopping
to inquire whether the section is
'Solid or otherwise," it is time to
look after the . national end and
not the Bectional.
The South, like the North, East
and West, is going to do just ex
actly what it believes is rjght and
neither threats uor promises is
going to change it politically or
any other way. It is a section
that has worked out its own sal
vation thus far, and, it is gratify
ing to add, reaches a point in in
dustrial importance that assures
its being able to continue doing
I bo. Chattanooga Tradesman.
Child Burned to Death. Needed an Ex
pert Lock Picker.
Concord Times, Feb. 4th.
On last Saturday the six-year-
old daughter of H. M. Lefler, of
he Bala mill, was burned to death.
Her mother had just stepped out
of the house, when during her ab
sence the child's clothing caught
fire while she" was standing in front
of the open fin-place warming her
self, the weather being very cold.
he child's clothing was burned
entirely off and her body so badly
burned that she died the next day.
he sufferings of the little one
were terrible, and death was a re-
ief. Everything possible was
done for her, but to no avail. The
bereaved parents have the deepest
sympathy of all who know them
in such a great affliction.
Several days ago something got
wrong with the lock of the safe iu
the Cabarrus having Bank at Mt.
Pleasant, and the cashier, L. J.
oil, took the combination off to
have it fixed. Capt. Jonas Cook,
also connected with the bank, did
not know this, and shut the door.
he lock was thrown by force of
gravity, end the door could not be
opened. An expert had to be se
cured from a distant city, and he
worked at the lock for two days
before 'ha could open the door.
This was done last Monday, to the
great relief of those interested,
aud everything is now all right.
Louis A. Brown entertained a
number of his friends of the Ma
sonic order at dinner last iSundaj
at the home of his mother, Mrs.
R. A. Brown. Thosepresent were :
Messrs. T. C. Linn and Paul Bern
hardt, of Salisbury, Jas. C. Fink,
M. L. Buchanan, J H. Rutledge,
J. M. Hendrixand Leonard Brjwn.
The outfit of the Central North
Carolinian, the Republican paper
which was published here for sev
eral months; but whicrTfr been
suspended since December was at
tached for unpaid rent last Tuus
day by J. P. Allison, the outfit
being in the Allison building. The
equipment consists of a Babcock
oress and a complete outfit of
body and job type and other ma
erial for getting cut a seven col
Last evening as K. L. Craven
was on his way home from his coal
Badlj Damaged by Dyf amite. New Rural
Route to be Established.
Stanly Enterprise. FeJMth.
W. E. Tucker, of Locust,, seat
us a nice red clover blossom which
he plucked from his field. Some
thing unusual in this section for
A . new rural route leading but
from Albemarle, to go by what is
known as Finger postoffice, has
been granted and this news will be
of interest to the many patrons
living along the line. It will start
off April 1. On February 27, a
competitive examination will be
held here for the selection of a
carrier of the route.
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver C. Town-
send, who have been touring India
for several months, are expected
to arrive in Albemarle on Satur
day, on a visit to the parents of
Mrs Towuseud, Mr. and' Mrs. S.
D wight the 9iyear old son of
Mr. aud Mrs. R.?A. Crowell, ou
Sunday lost the thumb, index and
middle fingers on his left hand
and the index finger on his right
hand as the result of a dynamite
cap exploding in his hands. The
cap was an old one and was
thought to be empty. D wight
was using a hat pin to pick out
what he thought was dirt
when the explosion . fol
lowed. Ouly one joint of each
fiugar was removed. Dr. V. A.
Whitley,, fortunately for the boy.
was passing at the time, and
prompt atteation was given him.
Dwight's friends will be glad to
learn that he is getting along
Uo'ber Finds Child Dead In Bed. Buttons
Dropped off his Clothes.
Statesvllle Landmark. Feb. 2nd.
Ben Cornelius, who stood the
civil service examination for rail-
F. U. Tjtck Hiif Loser. ; Origin sf Fin
Some time last Wednesday night
the large store and: dwelling of
F. M. Tyack were -destroyed bv
way man cierxs at wreensDoro last jure. Mr, Tyack lives on the
March, received notice yesterday Stoke V Ferry road about ten or
that he is now on the eligible list I twelve miles from Salisbury and
for appointment. I conducted a general grocery and
Saturday morning a number of I merchandise busiuess. Hacarried
gentlemen were standing arouhd I Ja8e stock, the amount at the
theTig atove in the store of the fem? of tho fire bei"g roughly es
Evacs Hardware Co., when theOtimaed & fropi seven to eight
were amazed to see the buttonBboiI8and dollars. As the fire left
dropping from the coat of a mem- no clue DJ which any theories
ber of the party. The gentleman I could e formed, the origin of the
whose coat seemed to be under thefire lB iu doubt, but there is some
spell of a magician, picked up one circumstantial evidence to show
of the buttons ;to investigate the hat robbery waa behind the affair.
trouble and found that the but- Aneaay before the fire Mr. Tyack
one were made of a substance notlced two strangers who loafed
bat is easily softened by heat and aroanl the store a great deal.
as they were heated by the hot The were dressed roughly as the
stove thev melted from the coat, average farmer would be when at
The cloth showed no signs of be- work in the field, but Mr. Tyack
ine damaged by the heat .which sayB ine strangers did not Have the
appearance-of being farmers or
even working men. They pur
chased lunches at the store,
paying : for them in p3nies, and
tt will be remembered that the
men who recently robbed the
Hurt bi Explosion.
Leroy Gillespie, of the county,
was the victim of a -serious acci
dent a few days ago; Mr. Gillis
pie lives at Mill 'Bridge on the
farm of J. Rowan Davis and has
had temporary charge of a store
at that place. While cleaning up
the store be found a small pack
age which anu9ed his curiosity.
Mr. Gillispie opened the package
aud found that it contained some
small dynamite cartridges, suoh
as farmers often use when clearing
land. Mr. Gillispie. evidently
did not know at the time what
the stuff was, or he would have
yard, uriving a young mule to one handled it more tenderly, while
of his wagons, a shaft broke and Dicfeine at the stuff with a knife.
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the mule started to run away. Mr. or pin jt exploded and made con
Craven was thrown out violently giderable racket. Three fingers
to the ground, his head striking 0 Mr Qilltsoie's left hand were
the hard macadam. He was
knocked senseless, and did not re-
cover consciousness until Borne
time after he was removed to his
home. It was at first thought Lni3 hi8 chin was badly fractured
that his injures were serious, but Tn8 yiotim of this unfortunate
it was found that his skull was ---ia-nt j. ail excellent man and
so badly injured that amputation
was neccessary while one of the
fin sera on the other hand wae
badlv lacerated. Iu addition to
notfractu ed, andnobones broken.
He io now resting as well as could
A Touching Incident.
The Standard says a Concord
widow in destitute circntr. stances,
with two sick children, lias en
his friends sympathize with him
strongly. A negro who was help
ing Mr, Gillispie, ran out as soon
as the explosion occured and
possibly going yet.
The Government Building.
Threatning feverishness with
children is quickly and safely
calmed by Preventics. These lit
tie Candy Cold Cure Tablets should
always be at hand--for prompt
ness is all-important. Preventics
contain no quinine, nothing harsh
or J sickening. They are " indeed,
"the stitch in time." Carried in
pocket, or purse. Preventics are
a genuine safeguard against Colds.
25c, Sold by Uorneiison a yooK,
melted the buttons.
M. A.. Chandley, of Madison
county, who has been in the reve
nue - collector's office for some
years, coming here with the office
rom Asheville, has been promoted of n M . . .
by the transfer of Deputy Collec
tor Freeman to Revenus Agent
Sam's office at Asheville. The
oromotion means an increase in
he salary of Mr. Chandley. H.
ten dollars in pennies, and small
com. Danngthe night Mi. Tyack
heard what he thought was a gun
shot, but which he now believes
was the noise made by. robbers in
forcing their way into the store
,r . .f with gome sort of exDlosive. The
keeper at Salisbury, succeeds Mr v. . , , , .
Chandley, and arrived yesterday : i4QQ . . , . .
to take up his new duties. it tha waniiwr hftfnr w.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. I The robbery theory is almost gen-
Q. M. Freeze, of the Amity section j erally believed. .
died very suddenly yesterday Early on Thursday morning.
morning. Mr. and Mrs. Freeze Mr. Rainey.of the Faith neighbor
ed their bed early in order that I hood, father of L. A, Rainey, of
Mr. Freeze might get a early this city, was coming to the city
start on a trip to Rowan, county; j in bis wagon when he overtook a
the baby being left in the; bed in j stranger whom he offered a ridev)
its usual health. Shortly after The man rode with nim Aoear
Mr". Freeze returned tothe bed forlthV KeslerMil!, trhdn negotut
the child and was horrified to j 0f the wagon and made off. The
find it dead. The child had not man told Mr. Rainey he had been
suffocated and the cause of its j working at Whitney, but had been
sudden death is unknown. recently laid off. and had been
The coroner and county physi- told a day or two ago by Mr. Gil
cian were summoned but they saw lespie that if he would go to Pitts-
no reason to hold an inquest and burg be would give him a steady
none was held. job. The stranger stated that he
Statesvllle Landmark, Feb. 6th. was trying to g?t to -that place.
Oeo. P. Holland, of Philadel- Mr. Rainey knew there was no
phia, the travelling man who was work going on; at Whitney, and
il Liil il
iniured in a runaway at Loray a tnougnt tne man a ratner suspi
few weeks ago, and has befen at 01008 cnaraoter, out at tnat time
Billingsley hospital, will be able h.e hadnot heard of the burning
laotra fir hia hrtm i within a. wooir oi Mr. ryacK's property. Mr
or ten davs " Tyack had several thousand dol
B. A. Cowan, who has been agent
for the Southern at Marion for
some time, has been officially ap
pointed agent at Statesville to sue
ceed W. P. Maher. who has been
lars insurance but- the
amount is not known.
Hopes Thej tike to1 Winter iWiifltir.
Uore Old Citizens Ccsa to the Front.
Lzln)riDlBpatb,Fel. trd. r
Those folks who' have been sigh-
ing for real winter weather got
their fill during the past few days;
Saturday a cold wind blew and the
thermometer-went down steadily
until by night it was . barely" 17
degrees above zero. Sunday morn
ing at daybreak it showed 10 ? de
grees. Many water pipes lurst,
and thejeanget in the kitchens of
Dr. Riley and Fred Watson
bio wed" up when the heat was
applied to the water tanks . The
boiler in the Baptist church burst.
Tee formed at every placepossible.
Many people missed it by not
"cutting off" their water Satur
day before, dark. Ice formed in
the living rooms at many homes.
It has been the coldest weather
for several years. Following the
unseasonable warm weather of the
past few weeks, it "hurt."
We knew that there would be
response to the challenge in last
week's lajer to name an older
citizen than A. F. Pickett, of Ar
nold, who is soon to be 90. Knew
it because Davidson county is full
of old folks, hardy citizens who -give
old man Time all he is look
ing for. B. F. Lanier writes that
Mr. Clement Lanier was 91 years .
of age last Sunday. He was born.
in tnis county near ailoam
church. At 89 he could wall5
miles in a day. He now lives
near the Steep Rock mountain in
Emmons township. Mr. Lanier ...
was married twice,' is the father
of 14 children and grandfather 6f '
58, and is great-grandfather of $7.
This strikes us as thie recordr -.If '
isn't, speak; out. It makeik .
75-year-old citizen 1 look like a ;
barefoot boy. . -. ' "
conyfneed that the little yellow v)
ffce tSaTbitiiiir tbel'wis&iS
lation Qf the townand vacinity'w'tt
surely mad. Las week two dogt
in Tussytown went mad and were
killed, and 17 others that had
penned up since the flee
through. The dog itself was killed
by a man three miles belowi the
county home. It is sajd he IBjot
it three times and then had toJEse
a rail to finish it. A report is tl&t
there have been several mad do'gs
along the line of Thomasyiliousifd
Abbotts Creek townships. TheH.
has been an epidemic of rabies: ana
he, who has a dog should keep
watcn on mm. Fortunately xno
person in this county has been
bitten. '- v -
Ihe Temperance Wire.
King Canute tried with a broom
transferred to Asheville, and will to b gn back the wae f. feb
arrive tomorrow to enter upon his
new duties. Mr. Cowan is .a good
J. G. Heilig has a force of men
gaged in cutting wood to make a at work cieaning up the ground a
support, and tnat a lew aays ago church and Inniss streets, which
she stood at a woodpile all day win hft ocennied bv the ffovern
and chopped wood in a com uriz- ment buildiUK. The purpose is to
zling rain. Such things ought have all buildings removed and
not to be in any community. Th) th -ite made readv for the foun
woman is evidently not lacking in jation.in thirty days". Bids for the
energy and she should be helped erecti0n of the building are to be
and given more suitable work. opene(i 0n February 17th, and the
btatesvine anumarit, P.nnt.ract will no doubt be awarded
The above opens a broad ques- 80on after that date.
tion. Intellectually, nnanciany,
m opportunity, advantage, etc., ln eickness, if a certain hidden
there are great differences. Some uerve eoes wrong, then the organ
are highly favored in one or more that jhis nerve controls will also
nf the above aud abu:e the nrivi surely ian. xo may De a Dtoniacn
shore, where his throne had been
placed. With equal success, but
with more show of temper, the
governor of Tennessee tried to
prevent the passage of a statewide
prohibition law. Tennessee joins
North Carolina. Georgia. Ala
bama, Mi8sissippind Oklahoma
in a determination to remove the
saloon from debauching the youth
and exerting an undue influence
The Secret of Long Life. .
A French scientist'has discover
ed one secret of long life. His
method deals with the blood. But
long ago million? of Americans
had proved Electric Bitters pro
longs life aud makes it worth
living. It purifits, enriches and
vitalizes the blood, rebuilds wasted
nerve cells, imparts life and tone
to the entire system. Its a god
send to weak, sick and debilitated
people. "Kidney trouble had
blighted my life for j months'
writes W. M. Sherman, of Cush-
ing, Me., "but Electric Bitters
cured me entirely." Only 5Qo. at
railroad man and his friends in
railroad circles say that Statesville
people will find him an agreeable
gentleman to deal with. He is an
Iredell man from the Elmwcod
community and "home folks."
The Iredell Association for the
extermination of Hawks has been
organized with R. V. Brawley sec
rftt.arv and treasurer. The obfact
of this association ia to extermi-1 in politics
nate the hawks in the county to Even where State prohibition is
prevent their preying on birdB and 1 not popular, the temperanoe move-
scftln delivered to Mr. Brawley. "1UUUB uau "u yi
It is a well known fact that hawks ago, produced in part by increas
destroy more birds than many of ing license from $500 to $750 and
the hunters wno ta&e cnances at iftrgely by the temperance senti
uuuo uu " " 1 ment.. A prominent citizen of
Sam Carlton, colored, convicted Richmond who was -in Louisburs
ot arson in ireaen oupenor our iast week, gave it as his opinion
ia weei, .. " that Ricnmond would vote out the
years in the State prison, and I ...
Richard Potts, colored, wuo bud- vppursuuny.
mitted to manslaughter he killed Four o. unties in Indiana voted on
ThomasTille Han Snlcldes. i
Thmasyille was shooked this
morning as the news of the death
of Adison Cox was spead over the
taken a pistol, placed it to his
head Mr. Cox blew out his brains
without-any warning to the fami
ly or anybody.
He had just finished breakfast
and as he was leaving the dining
room he asked ond of the boarders
to mail his letfMJk Going to fiis
wife's room, and' kissing her and
his little child ffoodbve before
leaving the house for his work as
he was accustomed to do, he went
up-stairs, laid down on the bed on
h?s face, placed a revolver to his
right temple and pulled the trig
- . . i uu ri u ill iii inn. v il iuf m w i w mi i
leges. Others improve them an( 1 Bt.ronrt;h and suonort to the Heart i Lon Summers at Elmwood and the question of ountynrohibition
n . . r . . , j . k I . ... " -
thrive. Still there are many otn- n.
XtiAnatra Tt. WR9 Tir Rlinnnthitt 1 was sentenced to 15 years m tne
An TnoorlftTr all Finn r irntin rm HA
era more unfortunate. Either 8rst pointed to this vital truth. Stitepriaon, Were taken to Rligh montie. ,-ioeedinir 1 BOft
through mirfortua; inability or Dr. Shoop'- Kert-r.tive wa. not ! veeterday .by Shenff Deaton to
wr i - . t . a. in a rtnm n r n o i r hum r.u 1 1 1 m h
Uo made to a se iae otomacn nor to , uoB4U
stimulate the Heart
ni- Triilnfiv'a. That; old fashioned
ta all mrnnff lip X r nun ' a
Wasluigton Once Giie op
loot nf crifh nr'advantftsre. thev
trudge along and often come to "-llj
want. It is here where
brother's keeper' part comes in Restorative goes directly to these t three doctors; was kept in bed
the poor are with us always and failing inside nerves. The re- for five weeics. uiood poison
our auty piaiu. uu .uumu uii-.- .".V .Tt V " i. ut. i rm,! Arv. Onlv n1fln .liTtT
in North Car. ilina, witn two sick ecription demonstrates tne wiBuom aeep bvivb wwibx u. - p W ,ulfl8
ie actual cause of doctors ianea, tnen xucnian s i precincts m tne seven counties
Hamilton county piling up 2,461
against tne saloon. Last month
three other Indiana counties Vot
ed on the question and the saloon
was voted out of every one, mak
ing seven Indiana counties voting
children should be forced to chop of treating the
wood all day in the cold, drizzling these failing organs. And it is Arnica baive completely curea gaTe a wet majority.-NewB Snd
rain for the suonort of herself and indeed easy to prove. A simple me,1 V writes John Washington, of nkaorvo. - - .
childreu, in Uoncord, Winstoni- five or ten days test win sureiy roBquvinw, . x-wi .wtmua,
Ralm St,at,fiHvillft or other com- t.All. Trv it once, and seel Sold boils, nurna ana pneB its supreme.
munity. Winston Republican. Cornelisou & Cook. 25c at All druggists. Subscribe for. Thk Watchman.
- nWe i offer One Hundred Dollars
Reward for any case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cnre. F. J, CHENEY CO.,
W, the undersigned, have
known F. J. Cheney for the last 15
years, and believe him perfectly
honorable in all busiuess trans
actions and financially able to
carry out any obligations made by
his firm. Walding, Kinnan&
Mabain, wholesale druggists, To
ledo," Ohio, i. :
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternlly,3acting directly upon' the
blcod and mucous surfaces of the
eysteuit- testimonials sent freei
Price 75c per bottle. Sold ba!l
Take Hall's Family Pills ;f or