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Salisbury, N. O. Tuesday; March 2nd, 1909.
VOL. V. NO. 11
STATE PROHIBITION LAW.
The Law as TraUfied bj 1ha People Last May
6iT8D for the Information of Our Readers.
A bill to be entitled An Act to
prohibit the manufacture and
sale of intoxicating, liquois in
Ti e General Assembly of North
Carolina do enact:
. SeofciOn 1. That it shall be un
lawful for any person or persons,
firm or corporation to manufac-
. ture or in any manner make, cr
sell, or otherwise dispose of, for
gain any' spirituous, vinous, fer
mented or malt liquors or intoxi
tuting bitters within the State of
North Carolina: Provided, this ait
hall not be construed to forbid
the sale of suoh spirituous, vinous,
fermented or malt tliquors or in
toxicating bitters by a legal iz d
medical depository or by any li
censed and registered pharmacist,
- for sickness, upon the- written
prescription of a regularly licensed
aEd actively practicing physician
or surgeon having the person for
whom such prescription is made
under his charge, which said pre
A script ion "shall specify the amount
of spirits required : Provided fur
ther, that wines and ciders may
be manufactured or made from
grapes, berries fruits and wine
old at the place of manufacture
only, and only in sealed or crated
packages containing not less than
two and a half gallons per pack
age; but no wine when sold shall
f be drunk upon the premises where
; )ld,: nor shall the package con
taining the same be opened on
said premises : And provided fur
ther, that nothing herein contain
ed shall be construad to prevent
the sale of cider, iu a quantity,
by the manufacturer from .fruits
grown on nisianujwiuiiii iu?
: state of Nortt?Carolina.c
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name nailed, that will produce in
' toxicafeion, shall be constraed and
held to be intoxicating liquors
within the meaning of this act:
Provided, that medicinal prepa
rations manufactured in accord
ance vith formulas prescriced by
the Uuited States Pharmacopoea
and National Formulary which !
contain no more alcohol -than is
oeoesrary to extract the medicinal
properties of the drugs contained
in such preparations and no more
alcohol than is ncessary to h Id
the medicinal agents in solution,
and which are manufactured and
sold in medicines, and. not as
beverages, shall not be held or
construed to be or to come withio
the-meauing or provisions of this
Sec. 3. That any physician or
surgeon wuo suuuujtt&u any pre
scription (except in case of sick
ness) fof the purpose df aiding or
abetting any person or persons who
are not bona fide under his charge
to purchase auy intoxicating li
quors contrary to the provisions
of this act, and any licensed and
registered pharmacist who shall
sell or otherwise dispose of, for
gain, any spirituous, viuous, fer
mented or malt liquors or intoxi
cating hitters without the written
prescription of a legally qualified
physician or surgeon, or who shall
duplicate, the prescription of a
physician or surgeon for intoxicat
ing liquors for any person or -persons
not bona tide under such phy
sician's or surgeon's charge with
out the written direction of the
physician or surgeon who gave the
same, shall be guilty of a misde
meanor and upon conviction shall
be fined or imprisoned, or both, in
the discretion of the court, for
each and everv offense ; and all li
censed and registered pharmacists
selling intoxicating liquors by
prescription as aforesaid shall
keep a record thereof, which shall
bear the true d-ites of the sale,
the names of nil persons to wnom
Bal?s were made, the names of the
physicians or surgeons upon whose
pr Bcriptious the sales were made.
which said record shall be subject
at all times' to the inspection of
the solicitor of the district, the
. sheriff and other peace officers of
the couuty, the mayor and police
Continued uu last page.
CONCORD AND CABARRUS COlHfTY.
Infant Child Found Dead in Bed. Wedding
at Mt. Pleasant.
Concord Times. Feb. p-25.
The one-yearjold child of H
S. Henry, of the Brown mill,
was found dead in beed last Sun
L. . .. -
day -morning. The child was ap
parently well the night before,
but when found ts body was bad-
Iv swollen . It is not kucwn what
was the cause offits death.
A bill passed the State Seuate
at Raleigh last Saturday making
it a .misdemeanor to kill, trap, or
otherwise take, ox sell auy quail,
partridge r woodcock from this
time until the 15th day of Decem
ber, 1911, two years from next De
cember. After f that time the
close season shal be from Febru
ary 1 to December 1 of each year
the nill, which japplies only to
Cabarrus couiuy will become a
law, and wei think will meet "with
general approval.! oo many bird3
have been killed iu this county
that the species is almost in dan
ger of becoming extinct.
To-morrow at noon a? wedding
will take place m Mt. Pleasant,
which will be of much interest to
the people of that town. J.J.
Erwin, a young druggist of Cam
eron, will be married to Miss
Vernie Matthews, the popular
daughter of DtJM Matthews
of Mt. Pleasant, j The cer .mony
will be performed at 12 o'clock
at the home of the bride'B father
by Rev. W. L Hdtch"u8, of Con
cord, a friend of jboth the bride
and groom. Mr.Erfwin and his best
man, Mr. Hunter, will arrive m
Co-'cbr.i to-night I After the c r
emony Mr. auJ Mrs Erwin
will b i driven to ?onc rd, where
they will take the train for, a
A bill became a 0a w in the Leg-
police powers on deputy Bherilfs
at Kannapolis, iniorder to protect
the property ard preserve the
peace of that towa. The deputy
sheiffs residingin Cabarrus couLty
have "the authority and it is their
duty to arrest without warrant all
violaters of the faw within one
mile of David Franklin" Cannon
Memorial Hall and cake them be
fore a Justice of tlje Peace of this
oouuty. This apjplies to both
Cabarrus and Row&n within one
mile as above stated In case of
arrests in Rowan the offender is
of course, to be tried by a Rowan
Notwithstanding the fact that
Concord has an ordinance against
passenger trains passing here with
out stopping or at & fast speed, the
following trains dj not stop here:
N03. 37, 2iTand 43 going south, and
Nos 88 and 30 gong north, five
trains out of a total of fourteen.
While it would uot be necessary
for these trains to make this a
regular stop, it ought to be made
au fhg stop toi them. Cone" rd has'
12,000 people, audis a city of too
much consequencelaud yields too
large a revenue t the railroads
not to be granted' anything she
wa..ts with Regard o this matter
A few weeks smce High Point wbs
cut out as a reglaf stopping place
for No. 29, and Ithe citizens at
cuce began to want to know ''how
come'' and to get fbnsy for it to
stop there, with the result that
this is now done. Concoud people
can do the same thing if they will.
Two Leaves on Qce Stem.
John Warner, of the King ses-
tion of Stokep, brought P. . Wil
son, of Brown's warehouse, quite
a curiosity in the shape of two al
most perfect tobacco leaves which
grew about the same stem. One
of the leaves was consideraMv
larger than the Other, but the
small one was just as well devel
oped-as the larger one.
Many o 7dities are noted m to
bacco leaves, but this was the
first time any of the local tobacco
men had seen two su sh perfect
leaves with only orie stem . Win
ston Sentinel. 1
If you'd be dubbfd a handsome
Aud win a hadsomeJKnight,
Tho secret here I do impart,
Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tsa at night. CorneliBon and
ALBEMARLE AND STANLY COUNTY.
Rer. Geo. H. Atktasen Installed as Pasfor.
Dr. Rowe Conducting a Meeting,
Stanly Enterprise, i'eb. 25th.
An item announcing the death
of Church Carpenter, au agedc.ti
ZiU oi :owfer onauiy, was mauvei
teutly omitted from our paper
last week. The death ocoured on
the 13th instant, the interment
taking place the following Sunday
at Silver Spriugs church.
Rev. Geo. H. Atkinson was duly
installed on Monday evening as
pastor of the-Presbyterian church.
Revs. A. B. Shaw, A. A. Mc
Geachy, D D., and W. M. Kin-
caid, D. D., .all of Charlotte, car
ried out their repectivo parts ac
cording to announcement. The
sermon by Dr. McGeachy was
short, but was a gem of literary
merit and spiritual force. The
charges to the paBtor by Df. Kin
caid, and to the congregation by
Mr . Shaw ere of a high odnr a- d
enjoyed by the large congregation
present. Thus the ohurch and
town claim this much beloved man
and minister as wholly their own
R. E. Austin, Eq. is suffering
rom his eye, and went to Salis
bury for special treatment undei
Dr. R. V. Brawley.
A. turnip weighing 8 pounds was
sent to us by young Lee Mbry, on
Route No 1 It is a fine, specif
Rhv Dr. R we is preaching h
most excellent series of sermons
at the Methodi9t church Despite
the inclement weather, good con
gregations are present at the 3 : 15
o'clock and evening 6ecvoeS,' The
Doctor s one or thoajarnestJUid
scuoiary speaaers wnr always
gives his hearers something worthy
of best attention.
The New Cabinet.
HeT;e Tb what pliVports to be the
cabinet which has been selected
by President-elect Taft. It will be
noticed that the Secretajy of th
Treasury does not appear in this
liBt. A Washington dispatch
states that Mr. Taft has not yet
decided upon the man for this
Secretary of State Philander
Attorney General George VV.
VVickersham of New, York.
Secretary of War J. M. Dick
insou of Tennessee.
Secretary of the Navy Gnorge
von L. Meyer, of Massachusetts.
Secretary of Commerce ind La
bor Charles N-igel, of Missouri.
Secretary of the Interior R .A.
Ballinger, of Washington.
Postmaster General Frank H.
Hitchcock, of Massachusetts. N
Seqretaryof Agriculture James
Wilson, of Iowa.
"There is a new industry which
promises w ugiue in appie secuons
or tnis section, a., u. walker, ot
tne uruaniee, nas a process by
which he manufactures Dure aDDle
wine and those who are indees eav'
say that it is fine win"
- JO ml
the senppernong. It i
process ana u put in us tne ap
pie wine industry will be a big
thing. With the w:n and cider
made of apples in this Beet ion, the
west can't argue tjxCt the east is
favored by the prohibition law."
Deafness Cannot be Cured
by local applications, as they can
not reach the diseased portion of
the ear. There is only one way to
cure deafness, and that's by the
constitutional remedies. Deaf
ness is caused by an inflame 1 con
dition of the mucous lining r f the
Eustachian Tube. When this tube
is inflamed you have a rumbling
sound or imperfect hearing, and
when it is entirely closed, Deaf
ness is the result, and unless the
inflammation can be taken 6ut and
this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be de
stroyed forever; nine cases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which
is nothing but an inflamed con
dition of the mucous surfaces
We will give One Hundred Dol
lars for any case of Deafness
(caused by catarrh) that cannot
be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars fre.
F. J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, O
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
A negro who recently escaped
from Bumcombe cHty chain
gang, has been captured iu Geor
gia. " J-
Greenville, N. C , will furnish
the consul t Cartagena;, under the
Taft administration, f His name
is Charles Latham.
David Covington, --a Monroe
young man, died recently in Chi
cago. The Asheville Citieen thinks
spring is close at hatld, because
the grasshoppers have commenced
Ex-sheriff T. M. Webb, o
Burke, county died' last week at
Beu Cuuuoil,of Watauga county,
is known in iiis section as a Sue
c ssful shep raiser. He now has
ten ewes that mother 23 lambs.
THE HONORED NAME
OfJeffsisoft Davis Wdl lis restored
Cabin John fridge.
Official amende for the seusa
ti uial elimimrtio i ofJefferson Da
v s' name fr in the stone tablet on
Cabin- , John Bridge, six miles
west of this city, during president
Lincoln's administration, is given
iu directions issued to daythr ugh
the Secretary of war' to
cheif of -.ngiueer8-;-kjf the
to restore the name. - The tablet
is on the bridge that arches Cabin
John run on the Maty land side of
the Potom u river, a structure fa
mous for years as the longest single-span
stone bridge ia the world.
The bridge carries the conduit
which brings Washington's water
supply from the upper Potomac.
It was bguu uuder Davis as Secre
tary of War and when he joined
the Confederacy and htcame itu
i resident, his name under govern
wiit orders wis chilled from the
tablet . '
R p ated efforts to restore it
have been made At the -1907 con
vention ot the Daughters of Cour
federacy at Ric hmond a res lution
was adopted atkit g for the Davis
restoration and Representative
Myer, of Louisiana, sought unsuc
cessfully to h?ive th's carried out.
The erasure of the name was by
direction of Caleb Smith, Lin
coln's Secretary of the Interior, af
ter a suggestion by Galusha Grow,
of Pennsylvania, then Speaker of
the Houses-Washington dispatch.
Death of Or. Cbrait.
The following is from the States
ville Landmark of Feb. 26th :
"Dr. William F. Chenault of
Cleveland, who suffered a srol e
of paralys s Sunday m ruing, died
Wednesday night at 11 o'clock.
He never rallied from the attack
and t iere was ractica'ly no hopj
for him trom the outset. The
funeral services will take placu at
lUleveland at 1 :oU P
m. t -day.
y The remains will be brought to
Statesville on No. 21 this after-
nooni arriving a6 3:50,
be taken from the station direct to
Oakwood cemetery for interment.
Dr. Cheuault, aa the Landmark
has stated, was about 49 years old,
was a native of Catawba and was
reared at Catawba station. He is
survived by his mother aiid his
wife, the latter beiug the daughter
ot Geo. F Shepherd, of E'mwood
He first located at Elmwopd for
the practice of medicine and was
married while living there.. Some
years ago he moved to Cleveland.
H3 was a kind-hearted, popular
man aud enjoyed a large practice.
Dr. Cheuault was the son of Dr.
W lliam Cheuault who lost h's life
in the Confederate army, when hi" j
s n was an ii.faut. lhe elder . ,r , , J ,
. - , n T i that both were away from homV
Cheuault organized Company I, t V
F rty-ninth N-rth Carolina regi. , entertd the house by afront win
ment, which v nt to thi fr -nt dow and stole there from a valu
April 1st, 18G2 "
It mi His Leg.
'All thought I'd 1. se my leg,"
writer J. A. Swenson, Watertrwn,
Wis. Tmi y-rs of eczema, that
15 doctr c-- uld not cure, had at
t i i FT- I T 1 I
list lam me ut?, men isucaien s
Arnica Salve cured it sound and
we.il." Infalii -le for Skin Erup-
ti .i.c, Ecz ma, Salt Rwm, Boils,
Fever Sire, iiurns, rfcaids, t'utb
j aj.d Piles. 25c at all Druggists.
STATESVILLE AND IREOELL COUHTY.
Postal tlrfh ZCitaSge. . NgfO Cltizeb
Shows Much Pctillc Spiri.
8tatesvllle Labdniark. Feb. ?Srd-26th.
Mi $i Rae Cue visited in S
t buTy last week.
P J. E. Alexander, of Salisbury,
spent Sunday here with his pa
r nt- f Mr. and Mrs. J, S Alexsn
Lee Clark, colored, of Bethany
township, has a granite mine on
his place, the contents of which he
is giving to the country to macad-
emize roads. The granite is of
a very fine qualify of hardness and
a car load was secured from one
blast Friday. Lee brought The
Landmark a nugget of the granite
and a specimen of pyrites.
E. R. Echerd, who has held a
position as clerk in the Statesville
postofiSce for some time, has ex
changed positions with B. B.
Webb, railway postal clerk, who
has a ruu between A heville and
Lake Toxaway. The postoffice
department has passed on the ex
change and the itrai.sfer will be
made about the first of next
month, when Mr. and Mrs. Webb
will come to Statesville and Mr.
Webb will take-up his new posi
tion i-. the postoffice, aud Mr.
Echerd will go to Asheville aud
take up his nbw work as railway
postal clerk between that place
and Toxaway. Mr and Mrs.
Webb, who are Statesville people,
desire to make their h me here
and for this reason the transfer;
will be made.
John Clendenin, who died at
bis home iu the edge of Rowan
county Thursday, wee a brother of
MiBs Grace Cleudeniu, formerly of
Statesville, now a teacher in a
school at Hot Springs, N. C, and
Miss CleDdenin was called home to
attend the funeral.
The Statesville friends f Miss
Bessie Smith, Who was for some
time a stenographer in G. E.
French's office, will be interested
to know that she was married in
Jacksonville, Fla.,'last Tuesday to
John C Dulin, of Tampa,
Fla., tho marriage taking place in
the First Presbyterian c' urch at
Jacksonville. The couple will
livH at Tampa.
The Statesville recmi it g station
of i he United States hi my, which
has been in existence something
over a year, will be discontinued
tomorrow and Private Homer Ma
son, who has been iu charge since
the transf -f of Corporal Gilbert to
As'ieville, will return to Charlctt
Fred Ab.rnethy, the 10 jear
old sou of John Abemethy, of
Oak Forest commuuity, who was
bitten by a rabid dog a week ngo
yesterday, w s 4aken to Raleigh
Tuesday for the Pastuer treatment.
The dog's head wa sent to Dr.
Shore, tate biologist, Sunday,
and Monday a telegmm was re
ceived statiug that the animal was
Sheriff Datrn has received a
Loheck f- r $25 from the Nrth Car-
olina Bankers' Association, an
aupreciatijn from them for his
services in bringing to justice R
L Cloer, now iu Iredell jail
charged with forging numerous
Geo. P. Hoi laud, who was in
jured iu a runaway at Loray s- me
time ago and hid since been at
Billingsley hospital, has recovered
from his injures and left for his
home at Philadelphia Wednesday.
Last night while G vo. H. Lentz
was at the opera h use and his
I wife w is at the home of a neighbor
able watch, a pistol and a small
amount of money. The burglar
left the house by the back door
and left "the? door ajar".
Don't wait until your blood is
impoverished 'aud you ire Bick and
4 w. unii;...'D w
?, . ,p " Z? yr?'-?", WOg.
Mountain Tea now. It will pow-vthat invites appendicitis, curing
tively drive out all winter impuri-1 Oonitipatiou, B i 11 lousneBs, Chills,
ties. 80 cents, Tea'or Tahlets.' Malaria1, Headache and IndfovA.
Cornelison and Cook.
tire Me ktm lheHctciat. f imr Is
l 'x!nrton DUpatcb.Fel).2rth -
01 in Davis, m ere h aut at C horch-
ttra, was hacked" ba'aty tli
other day . by a little irJ who,
with 'a merry twinVle xn ber eye,
mqmrea the price of eggs. Being
ui buo BBjtBu wnat nine were
1J -1 j vf i !r
worth, and then proceeded to trade
oat that amount I Receiving her
good, ahe passed over the counter
a little paper box containing nine
undersized, cuiSousty-shaped eggs,
nona of whicli was much largei
A. L. ll J " i mi
uiftu fcuoae oi quai-i. me mer-
cui was ' rattiea. out was
game. However the young lady
explained it was a joke, that wbkt
she got would be paid fok Mr.
Davis fetched the. eccg to town
Wednesday and exhibited them
in the office . . Some are found,
some long and slim, allver small
and One like a. gouird . A grown
hen laid them in successicn for
nine days . Mr. Davis jbas added
them in his collection of curios".
Saturday, Frank Mayab, an
aged farmer, was sttickeh wifeh
paralysis while crossing the street
in front of the oourt house, the
stroke affecting bis right side.
Dr. Vesta) was. summoned to at
tend him and he" was carried to
the hothe fcf Mr. Byerly, his sob-
in-law, who Hves north of
At last report he was living
t Mbuay,, Charles Hediripk4 aJ
Silver Hill farmer, wts here tb
have Dr. Biichahau to dregs' a
Me8b woxiDii ou tbehip, inaSe rty
a 88 calibre pistol btfll said to
hate 'been fited by Wiley Klej,
ft white jnan of that section, who
was also here, Monday. The re
port iB that Mr. Hedridk Was sit
ting Id, his home with his family
when Kepley tired iota lhe honse
twice, one ball natrowly missing
1 t;2ii -i.L ' L"': i it- j. i !
juh ouy. auu ,ine otner . s stria
ing M. Hedrick on the- hip,
the ball passing around the bone,
making a painful tho.ngh not i
rioue flesh wound. No action has
been taken 'by the officers as j&t.
Not very much could be learned
about the affair.
A manufacturer who employes
blacksmiths saye that these wdrk
meu Te scarcfet than members of
any other craft. Asked why he
didn't train apprentices after the
note h her orf old, he reiHe'd that
the trade is too much like work
and too bluok for the young men
A th day . They all; want clean
jjbs, nice white cuffs-aud-coUar
positions, he sy8,nd the supply
of black8Uiith is as a nault fsitl
ing t ff more nud more, until it is
difficult to fi id one.
Mrs GtJfidnlgtit Hurt.
Mrs. Clurica Goodnight, who
lives iu the southern suburbs of
town, a few days ago started to
visit her grandson, "Mr Gip Good
night, only a few htttrdred yards
diptant, when in walking in some
way h- r fo t became entangled iu
a stra: d of barbed wire fi.dden iu
the' lea ves"; causing her1 to fall to
the" ground and wrenching her
left leg at the hip so badly that
she was unable to walk. She was
carried to her home which was
nearby. aud a physu ian was seut
for ho discovered that the hip-'
Uone wjas'badly'fJaCtuTed afidthat
"it would be a long time, .if ever,
before she would be able to put
much weight" upohr her foot. Mrs.
Gb"d3higb5t is a verjr ageel wpmen,
btfiag in her 74th year, and' it is
doubtful about her 1 ng
string euuh for her walk.
We taarn she is resting very
Well, thhtigh suffering mtrbh
A mercilesr' murderer is' Ap
pehdicitls with mahy victims.
But Dr King's New Life Fills kill
it by prevention. They gently
stimulate stomach, liver and
Jtiou.4 at U 'Drnftgisk
A NoDDer jjt BMef ntf aterf $lltia4Wgf
Miss Pearl Holahpnser xeturaed
home Saturday after speudimj a
eek in Salisbury vaititjf her
cousin Mks Addie Hoffman.
Miss Olah Linn visited onriittle
city on last Monday and attended
the Martha Washington Tea at
Mrs. Dr. Ramsauer's S3w spetit
the night with the Misses Siffrd
Miss Lilla May, who wen ito
the Presbyterian hospital about
five weeks ago, for treatment, we
learu is regaining her health slow
ly Las substantially.
It is rumored that the Chair
manufactory at this place, which
has been standing idle for quitea
while, will start to work about
March 1st- So mole itbe.
The Old Fiddler's contest !came
off at Landis last Saturday higrii,
according to nreViohs aririofinnA-
ment, and was a grand success.
Everybody went away well pleased
with the whole programme, which
was carried out to the lefcler.
Little Frank, the , baby boy of
Mr, aud Mrs. Mack L. Ritchie, is
very ill with pneumonia, though
we hope he is not seriously ill and
Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Kuhns,
of Salisbury, spent Saturday aud
Sunday at the home of Mr. aud
Mrs. C. 'J. Deal at Landis. '0u
Sunday -at 11 a. tn. Mr. ICuhna
preached a very 'inte'restiUg 'and
instrhc ive sttfmoii to a lare con-
gregatiou at Mt MuTiah church .
Edward Ludwi; who has been
livihg'bire aopji time; move '. with
his family to Safisoury laet weei,
where he has accepted a .position
in a cotton mi IK Some of his
children will be mploved in the
Kannapolis is, cpminA to the
front. A ba I a boose has been
built for the accommodation of
the law-breakers of that commun
ity Mrs. M. J. Graham, Miss .Flor
ence Eddleman and Mrs'. .&nt
ton will leave to-morrqw, for Balti
more, where they go for the jpux
pose of ,purcha8iog their sprmg
stock of millinerv eoode' Thisv
win pr ?oaoiy oe gone sr week or
Cater Wilsop, depst agent At
ITann.nAl!. n H n J L !. f
uauunpyiiB) 1UUVCU f XI IB IftPtfiy
here last Saturday. They oqenpy
the Reformed parsonage, whjsfe
they will, live in the futpre. Jfe.
Wilson comes. home on No. 42. at
night and goes to Karniapol ipD
No. 45, which passes herearly.in
On or about the T5th df Mah
the Patterson-Young5 MercSntfle
Company will open a hardware,
u.vu.w -wuu uuuoivn&iug 'Store
P. B." Gobel, 1551 his
incubator ahset it oing three
weeks agolasV, Monday, Onon
day afternoon' this week" he was
greeted by 115 littie chicles5, jost
hatched. He was so wel ptea'sed
with his hatch thaV he1 now has
two lncuoators At workyone with
150 and another with 200 eggs,
rom ,wn?b he 'hopeV get as
The infant child, of Mr. and .
Mrs. D . B. Garyer died Saturday
f tern wn .The. litt jeiafferer, hvad
been quite. ii for mow than ,ten
days with whopping cough from
wlrch it .sneenmbed. The
&iiiral waa; preached by Rev. C. A.
Brownnd the hurialservioei was
conducted byJRD!. J. Off map,
after.which thelittje body wain
terred iq t..Mpria,h churah Cejn
tery. The iommanjty wtteQdjto
the bereaved .family Ahiet heart
i elt sym pathy i n thier sad , k ss,
A spring tonic, that nakes.riQh,
redj . Wood. -Brings rengtb,
health nd: hsppiqesa to; the whole
ter'a Rocky Mountain .!ef s5,
3 ii oar' rt
i opirmg regulator. . oo cenu. vur
uulisju and. Cook;