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8A1I8BTIRY, H, C, WfiDNESDAYr DBCEkBER
NO. 1 ' FOURTH SERIES
Wm. H. STEWART, ED. iiUD PEOS
At act British Lise Near Yprei
OffeDs ie is fits.
Do 19 The ponible prelude
o a strong Qerman offenive
m yement on 4ho weekera fronl
here the Germeue are reported
to bave reeeWed large reinforce
fienti, ocoutred early - Sunday
n orbing against the Britieh liner
to the uonheaat of Ypree. The
Otirnaci directed ehiida of gat
aga(iit the Bhlith who, in eon-
. jaBciion erith the Frenoh batter
;.. iee, toroed their gnne on the Oer
' man I reach i engaged in the gaa
The Bitiih official report o!
. thl mttaok saya that moit of the
- Ckriaau infantry were prevented
ky-the fire from iearirg their
renehe, while other detatoh
ainte were driren back before
reiehiBg the British line.
. pii the other fronta there hat
' Yfu little fightiLg of importance
- hem-lgu iii tfie-Baikahi ex
feiene in of$hiTilnia auc
t itan&ttll. pidJgTilrlaiit at
till ttWnc Mrdit the Qt-k
i mVr- " ST"- '.t-r-
t tontxet lreeAnf lbrW
wack to Satofiiki, 3-long b Ans-
tro-Italian lit in the mountain
nd rain iq thjallejni are Jamv
pering the Italian neiii?
aiooa against (loriit. a T
llmie Ban Uichef an; AttStriaD
trenoh whuh for m' ft iaUeut in
the Italian line, wai taken by s
nrprise Italian infantry 4tjjftck.'
Only isolated fighting iahiob
no important results werebfikjMd
by either tide has taken plaom,
the Bnitian front. Artilleryl
. feosaberdmeLte of Turk and allied
positions end the ehelling of Turk-
J reported from the Gailipolf
if ' The Grermtn field marshal tou
Cklts is repotted at Aleppo, form
r lagan army ifeh whieh it is pur
posed to operate agmst the Quei
Field Marthil 8ir John Frucb
bas re iuquished command of thb
British forces in France and Bel
gian tc Gen: Sir Dooglas Haig.
Caaghs aad Colds are Dangerons
Few of us realize the danger of
Gouahs auu Colds. We ocnaider
thm comojou aud harmless a l-
meuts. However statistics tall us
ever third person dies of a lung
ailment. Daueeroas Brouchial
and Lung ditaes follow a neg
lected cold. As your bcdv . strug
gles against CDld germs, uo bettcr
aid can ce Had tnau ur. King s
New Discoveiy. Its merit has
been tested by old and young. In
use over 45 years. Get a . bottle
todav. Avoid the nek ol serious
Lang ailments. Druggists,
6ti. Villi. BiBiit Clief. Quits Reislotlos.
El Paso, Deo . 18 General Vil
la has auit the revolution aud is
expected at the border here to
night or tomorrow, aoocrdiog to
apparently authentic reports from
OQceri of Villa forces in Jnarez
were told to "take care of them
ti.. f-nm tha Snnth
state that Villa formally announ
ead his intention of proceeding to
the United States, if permitted to
cross the line, or go to Europe.
i According to the advices, the
ouncil of war held at Chihuahua
for several days, decided that Gen
villa snouid retire and ne was so
informed. In answer General
Villa is reported as saying that he
realized the time had come for his
Colds Needs Attention
Internal throat and ohaat
troubles produce inflammation.
irritation, swelling or soreness
and unless oheoked at once, are
likely to lead to serisus .trouble.
Caught in time Dr. Bell's Pine
Tat Hqney loosens the phlegm
and destroys the germs, whioh
har aettled in the throat or nose.
It iaesoothing and heating. Pine
i antiseptic ; honey is soothing
tioth together possess exaellent
tnedioinsl qualities for. fighting
jold germs Insist on Dr. Bell's
rine-Tar-Honey, 25o. all Drug-
Cl igmio Aidirson, Stools Sob la-ut
North Wilkesborc, Deo. 17.
Robert Qaeen, who was shot oilrtlMlrIiB, lo TBOSf 8 WlBt to
aerionsly wounded last week by
Glingman Andertou, at Ander
son's home in the Broshy Mount
ins is reported by physicians as
resting well and will likelye
cover. Details of , the- sbil
are a follows :" ": : - fL
The Queens live in Alexander
Ooacty. Robert Qaeen yarned
Oling Anderson's daigiritt
im ronnrlaH thkfc thAtr hbfeSA lifa
.wrvr..w. " : - .---.T-g-
was uot oongenial and thateBl
frequently beat his wife. A"p.
days before the shooting oua
these home distorbanoea is aaido
have takeXplaoe, and after- tbat
ftfra-Qaeen left her:: htuband'ii
home and oame to har fathers.
Her father,, OUng A&derson' nm
uot at home. Mrs. Qaeen toldhet
mother her domestic tronbleai&
the reason for het IcfaTtng horI
Wh n Anderson return
they told him of tJia
A' hile they were telling Audet jco
Mrs Queen's husband walkt np
tu the porch of the A'f!
home Andersont whCK," Jbaia0-
very angry at his daughter'e -fi4
x)tal u of . her .husband's r6o;9t
grabbed his; gun, -iijs&f or&rsdlsBarcbiDg for the Negroes and an
Queeu'to leave the premise
the interference of An
wif eand daughter preventajyhtm
iromehooting Qaeea. on tha spot.
housegot another gun, and, went
out of the ho U3;iy another door,
met iaeen oa;u u on itia-sfia
iiiot nim, tn; sact waiDX awt in
tEat Qaefed shot as ha wtj fix.
and 4o4ng ?ferdasmuM
Shtglfeffi thf Mtobting
be has uot-'yetjjbaen ap'prehih
by officers Anderson, it is said
is a law-abiding oitisen and bears
reputation that is good; - This te
the eeoond time that Robert Qaeen
has been shot. A few veare, ago
ne was the victim of s shooting
sorape, and was so oaoiy nuit tnat
an nad to be taken to a sanitorium
in btatesville for treatment.
$iao Reward $iuo.
The rt aders of this paper wilt
o pleased to learn tint there is
it least one dreaded disease thai
4iencs hB been able to cure in
all its stages and that is Catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive oure now knowu to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh be-
ing a -constitutional treatment
. - . .
nan b usttariu uure in sbkq iw
ternally, acting direotly upon the
blood and muoous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the disease, and
giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and
assisting nature in doing its work
The "proprietors have so muoh
faith in its curative power that
they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case tnat it fails to cure
Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY-fc
CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for
JudgB Soil's BflllPg WIS Oolf IS to jlllU-
QlCilOOi - -
Morganton, Dec. 17. There
seems to have been a slight error
in reporting the ruling of Judge the usual Sunday afternoon in
Shaw in the suit of the town formal meeting in the churchyard
Shaw states his reason for non.
suiting the cases is that the suits!
were brought through a magis
trate's court and tnen appealed to
lDe oopenor uourt. ana tne juage
holds that a magistrate's court
has no jurisdiction m eases of this!
i BBnw n appeal was vow
1 11 "' .!!
BUU u" oaperior uouri oouio
i.M.aa.am.s. a. w .ca ns i
nok try n ca8e owing to the lack
ot jurisdiction in the lower court,
He states that the case should
started direotly before the Supe
rior Court, instead of upon appeal
from the lower oburt.
mere is considerable specula
tion as to the 'teohnioal point in
volved add it will be taken up to
the Supreme Oourt
Judge Shaw states the cases oan
be orougut up again, but
through a magiatrata'a oourt.
? ; acui suuai noHB stilus.
r-. n. It. i..
. Coasting, downhill without
dJiTer jy Bwjrnfielmi dhed
injrf f reight train
olrbliftraiMPptt the outskirts cf
Moiiioa FrtMyipihr wrecking
oe maoome anoM injuriug mm
Bpttii Love so badly that she died
8 itsrday -morning. Her sister.
SI isiora oyarwas seriously in
itfred and aevQl times it was
hpgshe "would die. Misies
$tfttis ntt Xethia Davis aud Annie
erburk. other passengere,
irsre more or less serioutMr injured .
VDU illUOUUi UHI U1D IUUUUIVI
broken and Green Paxfcon was
painfully oat on the head. Brown
Helms, the driver ; of the oar, e-
witbout a4 loratoh. The
machine- was operated as a jitney.
Sheirff ,D R. Morelaud of Lee
Oojinty Georgia died. Sunday
rom . aouuda received Saturday
light in a pitched battle which,
Cddording to reports, he and six
other white men fought with Ne
ajroes in Worth County across the
ine from Leesburg The Negroes
scaped. Posses have been
unsonQrmed report said two Ne
gross bad been lynched; Sheriff
Moreland, it was said, was trying
to arrest Jim Keith, a Negro, ac
cused of theft. After a few shots
were fired in which Keith's wife
was slightly wcunded, it was said
the Negro fled into Vorh County
whsre the battle toox plaoe; when
a number of. pother Negroes came
to Keith's ad.
In a fit of melanoholia brought
on by his enfeebled condition re
sulting from pellagra with whiob
fiVhsd suffered f r more than a
year, says ine uoservsr, w. u.
suicide Sunday morning at his
home in Charlotte by ihootitg
himself through the brain with a
rifle. Mr. Feunftll wa in anotktr
room at the time eettmg break
fast and she rushed into the bed
room as soon as she heard the re
port. Her husband was Uingii
bid. with the smokii g 22 caliber
magt line rifle on the floor where
it bad fallen imm.diately after
ihe shot. Mr. Fennell had got
ten the rifle, plaoed the muzzle
above hie right ear and then pall
3d the trigger with his thumb.
fits eatb followedswithin a few
As ih tesult of an altercation
a i-. - -
-hion took nlaoe ai the Nrth
Fork Baptist Churoh, about 20
miies from Asheville; Sunday af
ternoon, Martin Burnett is dead.
shot through tbelieart, William
Burnett is in custody, with a
slight wound on hit head and
Claud McAfee, the man who used
the pistol, is in a looal hospital
in a precarious condition as the
result of knife wounds inflicted
by William Burnett. Acoordiug
to accounts of the tronble received
here, all three of the young men,
who are all prosperous farmers in
tne Worth Fork section, had at-
tended Sunday: schoool at the
North Fork Baptist church. Sun-
Sday school was dismissed about
8 iBO b'clook and while the people
lot tbe neighborhood were holding
iimation oame with the orack o
McAfee's pistol and the crowd
- l tamed in time to gee Martin Bur
neta fall; to the gronnd. shot
througn tne neart. A seooud shot
I struck William Burnett a glano
ing blow on the forehead, stunn
i . . . ...
ling mm momentarily, out failing
. . -tt
to stop ms rusn. lie attacked
MoAfee with a knife, it is Btated,
aud cut him severly. William
be Burnett then escaped .
. Laagnter Aids Digestion.
Liaughter is one of the most
healthful exertions; it is of great
help to digestion. A still more
effectual help is a dose of .Cham
berlain's Tablets. If vou should
be troubled with indigestion give
them a trial. The? oost a quar
tac. Obtainable evervwhera.
TOaw Fifi Dalaieller !
A Big Effort Corals to Uught ea the Pift
ol im EJtfflte. t
London, Dso 20 The an-
nonnoement of the British with
dfawal from Gallipalioyershad w
ed all ether war dews, tonight.
For th British public the abopt
war offioe statement marks i. the
end of one of the great 'ehspters
cf the war's history. '
The shock of the news wanhard
..... '. '
ly broken by the fact that fumors
had been current in the street for
same days, and the withdrawal of.
the forces had been a mattef of
widespread pro and con discussion
ever since Lord Ribbleidale's fa
mous speech in Parliament, in
whioh he deoiared that withdrawal
had been recommended by a high
military authority. H
The fesliog of the man in the
street was generally one of reiisf
mixed with regret. A popular
half-penny paper sums up jthe
British public's attitude as fol
lows: "Thus ends the enterprise of
whioh the highest hopes were built
and whioh, if it bad succeeded,
would probably have - turn sdjtbe
tide of the war. Oar troops. frpmJ
. . . ?k i I
the first to last were within a few
miles of victory ." -j.
The policy underlying theirj
danelles expedition ma Vym'
carried to a successful issue .o
some other part of the Near 5ist
but the prcspeot of forsin
to Constantinople through
moos Straits is apparently.
British troons oontinue
cup y the tip of the penins
tranoe to the straits where Imany
British have declared a- uewTGib
raltar will one day arisee-
position here is proteote
double line ct snips an& il2fpi"as
A fair degree cf quiet has con
iL.ard on the war fronts during
tb- past 24 boars and uone of the
ft repealed thread of a big if
fnusive in France, ic ncrth Rae-
eiB.-Gilicia and th) Balkans has
yet actually materialized.
Persistent reports of a Greco
Bulgarian encounter, resulting
from a Bulgarian euipise attack
Uave teen cleared up by tbe Greek
statement that the enoounter took ioan beauty roses. They degoeud
plase in Albanian territory. No ed to the lower floor wnere the
one was k id ai.d few were
wounded. O.der was restored
promptly and au amicable Rqmry
It is aunounoed from Paris that
no enemy detaobmeut has yet
crossed the Greek frontier. Mean
while, Woik on tbe defensive lines
around Salouiki is being actively
pushed aud the Greek villages in
the neighborhood of the lines are
being evacuated by the popula
Greek military circles deolare
they are convinced that the forces
opposing the Allies will not at
tempt t) cross the frontier, the
Bulgarians because they realize
the danger of provoking Greece
aud the Germans because they are
grateful for Greek neutrality and
because they realize the tremend
ous oost wnicn tne enterprise
War Upon Paint
Pain is a visitor to every home
and usually it comes quite unex
pectedly. But yOu are prepared
for every emergency if you keep a
email bottle of Sloan's Liniment
handy. It is the greatest ' pain
killer Tever discovered. Simply
laid on tbe skin no rubbing re-
quired it drives the pain away.
Yt- im Vaalltr non A A f n 1 .
Mervm H. Bolster, Berkeley,
CaU. writes: "Last Saturday,
alter tramping around the Pana-
ma Exposition with wet feet, I
came home with my neck so stiff
that I couldn't turn. I applied
Sloan's Liniment freely and went
tii hed. To mv anrnriap. nt
mornine the stiffness had almost
disappeared, four hours after the
soona application x was as gooa
1915. At Druggist-.
EaadTsm WarcKMJui and Rnooan
ftesii it ill Mrs Gait W fl
Nfilller MOSIC, Ulfiers Nor Flower SIllS l
.: .i Or:rf.i. il.m. -
Washington, Deo. lg-Presi-
UIUI nUIUUlUU lUH. UUIIU
,-. , - j v 1.1-
hng Gait were married here att.
t :80 o'clock tonight, with a simple
oeremony in the bndee home in
'the presenoe of less thsn, thirty
guests, mostly relatives. They
left socn afterwards for a two
weeks honeymoon at H)t Springs,
Va. Their private car was at
tached to a special train leaving
the Capital for Hot Springs after V VVn . 1 -T "V v
11 i i w u Joint Commission for the obssrv munition plants, which has al
11 o'clock tonight. . , . ; . . A .f, . ' . . .
The President dined as usual at
the White He use at 7 o'clock with
his daughters and afterwards
drove to his bride's home about a
mile from the executive mansion.
A cold driving rain whioh swept
the city all day cleared off at sun
set and the evening was oool arc
Everything was T in readinett
when the President arrived, am
the ceremony proceeded without
music. Neither the President not
Mrs. Gait had auy attendants aLd
there were no ushers or fljwe.
girls. Neither the army, the
navy, nor the diplomatic corps
was represented, tne occasion .be
lug what both of the couple had
wished it to be a home , wedding
4 On the first floor of the bride's
home, in two communicating
rooms, a wedding bower had been
frranged with a background o.
1 fjgrtpyanoe and maiden-hair ferns
extending from the floor to the
ceiling.-Overhead there was a
oanopy of green in the form of a
sht.ll lined with Scotch heather.
In the background and at the cen
ter was placed . a large mirror
frameotwith orchids and refleot-
T&ering, thtuScene. Above the mirroi
s spray of orchids across a
aokgroaud ot lerus and tne cor-
wiih jcrchids, American beauty
roses were on both sides of the
catioDv. baneatn wnicn was a
prayer rug on whioh the 'President
aud Mrs. Gait knelt during the
Just at the hour set for the oere
mouy tne rresiaen ana nis unue
appeared at the head of the stair
oase, whioh was deoorated with
fetus, asparagus vineB aud Amer-
guests were grouped about luform -
The Rev. Herbert Scott Smith,
rector of St. Margaret's Protest-
aut Episcopal Churoh, of whioh
the bride is a communicant,' waa
waiting . beneath the canopy to
perform tbe oeremony, and witrrl
him, to assist, was the President's
pastor, the Rav. James H. Taylor,
of the Ceutral Presbyterian
Mrs. William H. Boiling, the
bride's mother, gave her away.
The Presidaut stood to the right
of the clergymen and the bride
stood on their left. At once, Dr.
Smith began the words of tbe
Episcopal marriage Brrvioe, the
President making his responses
first, and theu the bride making
hers. After the bride prom;sed
After the bride
fen llrwro nkariah and nh " tk.
President placed the w;dding
ring, a plain band ot gold, upon
ber finger and then, after a pray-
er, and while the couple clasped
their right hands together. Dr.
Smith declared them man and
wife . The brief and simple oere-
mony was over
The entire party then turned to
the dining room where a buffet
supperwas served. The dec, ra-
u a '
ferns and pink roses. The tables
were decorated with Lady Stanley
rose blossoms. On a table in the
center was ton wduuiuk oaae a
fruit oake several layers high, or
nftmftntft1 lkhanra nf nint
onidB jc the oenter. Mrs. Wilson
cut the oake without formality and
no arrangement wasxmade for be-
stowing bits of it upon others than
wunng tne ceremony .ana at tne
luncheon afterward, during whioh
string orohestra played, the
bnde wore her Raveling dress, a
ture nat 01 dibok oeaver witn no
trimmings whatever,, except one
feather slightly upturned on the
left side. At her throat she wore
the President's wedding gift, a
maenifioani diamond hrooch.
Wbitehsia Klottz Fir Rfttrility.
The following from the Balti-
ore San of Thursday will be of
interest in Sli.l,n,- nh.Hott
.d .l..h,,. th,on.Ln Vh
ST".. - ' ' .
ann aIi.bIi... 4V.nl.xn& iL.
, , . , .ltr
ine reaoiens oaore or i
U. , n. c . t
,,,.. a : Um 4. -4.
nual banquet last night at the Km.
erson Hotel, listened to accounts
of its past and present gtory and
applauded the elcqaent plea of I
Whitehead Klnttz of Washington,
auwo Ul HIUO UBUbiailtT 1U Ut) I
"We are not Germans ol Sng- L
lishmen that we should ioin in I
this war of hatred,' he said, "We I
are all Americans with no prefixes I
or amies, ibis Nation has a
greater mission than- oan be ac-
jompiishtd by foe o'r arms ot
power of wealth. It stands for
ihe redecnptiou of the Nations
ud is the only NationVnow up-
ldmg the torch of humaditj I
ud religion. And the time mav I
et ojme that through the in
strumentality of the UuitedStatei
he world will echo again with tht
s')ng of that heavenly choir on th
1rst Christmas: 'Pet ce on Earth,
urood will to Men." '
Dr. Ryland O. Sadler, the re-
firing president, who will be sue
heeded by William H. Parker, was
tosstmaster, and 'among other
ppeakeis were Mayor Preston,
William Mat bury, presideat of
the Southern Maryland Society;
W. Miles, Colleotor of Interna
tional Revenue; John Daniels di-1
rector of the Sooial Service Cor-
poration, and T. M. Robertson,
president of the North Carolina I
Society of the Distriot of ColumvPHoe he was a German reservis t
bia. I land acted only from pa triotio mo
Why Yen Shoiid Use Chamberlain'
Because it has an . established
reputation won by its good works.
Because it is most esteemed by
those who have used it for many
years, as occasion required, and
re best acquainted with its good
Because it loosens and relieves
a 00id and aids nature in restor-
i g the system to a healthy con
dition. Booause it does not oontain
opium or any other narotio.
Because it is within the reach
I of all. It only oosts a quarter.
Wbte Sf4 LlBO WUIlBg to Pay $864,003
New York, Deo. 17. The White
Star Line has agreed to pay $664,
000 in settlement of all claims
arising from the sinking of the Ti
tanic on April Id, 1912, when
more than 1,500 persons were
drowned, attorneys for the line
announced here today. Of this
amount approximately $500,000
would go to Amerioan claimants
and $50,000 to Br tish olaimants,
while $114,000 would be fcr in
terest and expertB in oonneotiou
with trie numerous suits.
Forty-four attorneys, represent-
ins that number of persona out of
m-a th.n An .ho iaA Ar.im.
w - .
have signified their willingness to
aooept the terms,
If all of the claimants, both
in this country and Great Britain
agree to the proposition the White
ia... t n u i j
8t" Lloe wlU be releft,ed f rom al1
further liability growiug out of
the Titanic disaster,
. The agreement is now being cir-
ouUtedtamong those having claims
land must be aoted upon by
emoer w to beoome operative.
QW8S er 600d Health tO Ch imH 6 rl HQ '
Chamberlain's tablets," writet
Mrs. R. G. Neff, Orookston, Ohioo
"Two years ago I was an invalid
due to stomach trouble. I took
three bottie. of these tablets and
. . r
bavesince been in the best of
health." Obtainable everywhere.
Fill -FrntBrssf nshhiirs Pltsti h. narl
post. Jerney Wakefield, Char,
leston Wakefield and Succession,
1,000 for $1.00 postpaid 100 for
15o postpaid. R. Q. Pailx. Ulah,
6 s t . . , :
0,1 V61!1 dllI,w niH 11 r
SimWM II JB Frt.rttt.
New York, Deo. 18w With the
onm.nt A -J m 1
b iuy w rwmi
Koenig. said to h.th. i,Maw
German secret .
oountrv: Rnd RUh.M wn t.
eQdecker, a New York art goeda
dealer, on a charge of conspiring
oIow P the Welland Canal,
Federal offioials asserted they had
in their hands the olussto acocn-
iUJ IBIHIHU 1U IUD 1UH Ol BUU1T
lives and destructions of millions
of dollars worth of property.
For several Tears Koenis? kaa
been the head of the detective
foroe employed here by the Ham-
ourg-Amerioan bteamshin Cam
pany. The companyt which ia
subsidized by the German govafn-
ment, was quick to, come t his
d and through a looal surety
aonoern, supplied $50,000 bail for
nino and $80,000 bail for Leyen-
The arrest of Koenig and Lay
eudeoker was coincident with tha
meat by county authorities of
Frederick Soheindt, a clerk in the
National City bank. Scheindt,
detectives claimed, confessed that'
he was employed by Koenig to
supply him with information re
garding the .shipment of muni
tions to the allies. This informa
tion was obtained through tele
grams and letters to the National
'ity Bank, whioh has had a proa
tnent part in the purchasing in
this country of supplies for tbe
lollies. Scheindt said he reTotived
$25 a week from Koenig,.. the po-
03 added. .Scheindt told the po-
1 Soheindt was arraigned before a
police inagiattatan an;; a
chargiLg him with suspicion in
the larceny of documents and
messages valued at $100,000 from
the National City Bank . He was
held in $25,000 bail for a hearing
' Important evidenoe regarding
Koenig'e activities is understood
to have been obtained from Fred-
P9'0 Metzler, arrested in connec-
tion with Koenig and Layendeok-
er. Metzler. also was emolovsd
the Hamburg-American lino
and aoted as steuograpiier to Koe
nig. A high federal offioial said
Metzler had offered to turn State's
evidenoe and had already supplied
the government with muo)i valu
ST. PAUL ITEMS.
Christmas is almost here and
weare getting ready for a big
The Christmas service at St.
Panl's will be at one o'clock,
Christmas eve. Everybody is cor
dially mvit'd to oame.
Bill Webb has moved up to Dr.
H. C. Hon! arger s for the winter.
Bill and the Dr. caught a fine o
possuoa. He weighed twelve
pounds. Venus if you oan beat
that trot out your opossum hunt
ers. The St. Paul's B. A. 3. olub had
a fine meeting last Saturday night
at 0. R. Julian's,
Bill Koon was seen in China
Grove Sunday evening tha first
time in a month or-fohgeri
0. R. Yost, the; wood-sawer;
was si wing wood for W.Al Cline
yesterday. Any one washing to
have any woodeawed see Yost. '
The school at Yost College will
olose the 28rd for ten days for
I wish every reader of thf se
items merry Ohristmai and a hap
py new year. YoUTttT Youtsiy.
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When your liver gets torpid and
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King's New Life Pills and yon
will find yourself feeling better.
They purify the blood, give yon
freedom from constipation, bil
iousness, dizziness and indiges
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want to f ael . Clear the ooxapiax
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