i;t ya! makes the tood pure,
wholesome and delicious.
pval pakino pownra ro., nfw vork.
Nacial's Drug Store
n v.v. ovr.s next Sunday.
v Wi 1 K NKWS 1JISIKI I.V TOI.I) 1 OK
if M .Mi ls l'Ukod up oil Our St rri'ts
1m our Krpiii-ter What ht S--s
-The weather is just about riht
: a lynching bee over in Nash
' ::.: v.
T i " little children were delighted
: i;.e s gl;t of a monkey and organ
C. C Daniels is making ready
! i ui!d a law office on the Court
! it s ;se Mpare.
-The Joshua Simpkins Co. gave
'ri'le on Monday noon The
. 1 was one of the best that has
(Mr ;;: d Wilson.
-t)::r most eminent physicians
: - i-Ih' "Hart's Kmi'i.siox or
(' I.ivi-u Oil" with Creasote and
- I:e Commissioner on Labor
.s:at;tias sas that the cotton mills ol
': eS'ate will use ail the cotton raised
::": i'v State this year
Ail kinds oi books, both school
" ks and books to read, can be
: and at the Wilson Hook Store, op-
: .-:'e tlie Court I louse.
-A special sale on toilet paper at
' .i: i!son Hook Store. 10 cent
:-i k.it s at 5 cents. See town ordi-
:.av.v in another column.
- Tiie S'ale Superintendent of
I'uMic Instruction has been urged to
i:-. ike February 12th Lincoln day, to
i"' generally observed throughout the
I '-r.ted States.
--Do not wear impermeable and
t .;!:! ii'ting hats that constrict the
d vessels of the scalp. Use
11 'is if. sir Renewer occasionally
.:. i v u will not be bald.
--!!v the published statement of
s .' ol tobacco here and at Rocky
":U it would appear that this mar-r.-!
1) id sold almost two pounds for
' ' i v ne sold there during the pres-
A .'-!:-lit shower on Monday suc-
' did by heavy dews has laid the
' i-t somewhat, but everything on the
i m:i is still verv dry. It will take a
' 'id, s nking rain to get the ground
See statement of the Hank of
l ; iif h Co. in another column.
h:s bank started in business only a
: a years ago but by strict attention
business and by always making it
' ;o;nt to accommodate its patrons it
siicceided in building up a busi-;--s
surpassed by few similar institu--'tis
in the State.
- It makes a big difterence to you
' ther you ask for I'utnam Lade
' Dye or some other kind. You
t a ss ior your money, gel colors
; ' lade, that will not stand washing
i iiave to get a package for wool
:' '1 "tie for cotton. Ask for Putnam
' ' ss Dyes and you will avoid all
; ;: Sold by Ilawley S: Raper,
-vtt, X. B.
--We wish to simply state that we
v(,-n Mr. Grantham's article in
! 1 i:nes. We refrain from making
"I'-y, in defierence to a wish, ex
' ' -i at a meeting of the commis
::i t's last Thursday evening, 'that
''di'.-r newspaper discussion be avoid
until the board be allowed time
' ' make an investigation." When
1 - probation shall have passed we
1 take up the case.
1 he ranks of the Lynchites or
s intTa-d Hand," at Southoort, are
;" i:i'- rec ruited fjuite largely. More
' hs loaded with their followers are
living tlx re. It is said these
l'-'ple are afraid to go any further
'tiih, so will abide at Southport.
Cofe,Kr,tc Davat thestat. K,.,
The managers of the State lair are
desirous of making Wednesday, 2oth
'Coniederate Veteran's Day," when
Portraits oi several prominet soldiers
will be presented to the State.
All Confederate;, veterans will be
admitlcd to the lair grounds free, on
that day, provided he has a certificate
ot membership, signed by his local
On Friday alternoon last, Oct. Sth,
at 4 o'clock, Archie, son ol Kdward
and Horence Stallings, age 3 years
and 8 months. The little one was laid
at rest Saturday evening. To the be
reaved parents we extend our deepest
On Tuesday last, October 121I1,
Wiley 11. Deans, of Atlanta. C,a. Mr.
Deans was a brother of our towns
men, 1 !,. I)cans ilnd A R Dc;u.jS
He had moved to Atlanta some time
ago where h was engaged in the bro
kerage business, His remains were
taken tc Washington lor burial, tins
being the home ol his wife.
l ive an.l On.-hair tYnr Colt. .11.
Cotton has taken another down
ward turn. Last week itsold above.G
cents but yesterday it was down in
the neighborhood of cents.
With all the reports in on the cot
ton crop in and every indication that
the supply is below the demand, it
does seem strange that prices should
range so low. Lat year's crop bare
ly ran out eight and one-half mil
lion bales and should this crop fall
below nine or ea n nine and a quar
ter milhon there v. ah be a rush lor the
staple, la'e in the ; ason.
George I ladle y (colored) was
chased and given a -evere beating Sat
urday night. No:;e ot the particr
ulars were ascertained as the en wd
dispersed 'immediately and Iladley
did not make his appearance on
Monday morning, at which time he
was to have gone before Mayor
Deans and make a report. His nc n
appearance would indicate that he
was somewhat to blame in the matter.
Later repot ts are to the effect that
Hulley has been bought oft by his
Oik klf lOs- Ariiir;) Salve.
The best S live in the worid for
Cuts, Lruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chaped
i Finds, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Lruptions, and positively cures
Piles, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv 1. W. Hargravc.
Mioot in-; St:i pe Sat u i !ay .
Lewis Pitt was waylaid and shot on
Saturday night List. The scene of
the shooting was on Nash street ju A
beond i.s irtersec ion with the Stan
tons! urj roal almost at the sp "t at
VvliLh Nettie Jon-s was murdered a
few weeks ago.
Two negroes, John S.vader and
lb II Avers, have been arrested,
charged with the shooting. The ball
entered Pill's hack just below the
shoulder blade ar.d has not been lo
cated. No cause is assigned for the
act, altho there is some rumor that
he was commanded to hold up his
h inds and was asked if he had any
money. On his attempting to run the
shot was fired. Pitt finally succeeded
in getting into the house of a man
named I Iarristheia by ridding himsd
of his pursuers.
The whole occur; ence looks like a
piece oi wanton devilitry. Tin's view
ot itis made tho more pronounced
when we consul.-;" the fict that the
same parties h al previously halted
another man and threatened to shoot
him il he ottered any resistance.
On Monday ait moon the prison
ers were taken to Pitt's house that he
might identify then this he did
without hesitation, stating that Ayers
was the man who did the shooting,
while S iwder was his other assailant.
He stuck to this firmly although both
prisoners tried to get him to change
his evidence. Outside of Pitt's testi
mony there is both direct and cir
cumstantial evidence against the pris
oners and they should be prosecut
ed to the full extent of the law.
S'oiiii'Ui i ii to Know.
It may be worth something to
know that the very best medicine for
restoring the tired out nervous sys
tem to a healthy vigor is Electric
Hitters. This medicine is purely
vegetable, acts by giving tone to the
nerve centres in the stomach, gently
stimulates the Liver and Kidneys,
and aids these organs in throwing oil
the impurities of the blood. Electric
Pitters improves the appetite, aids
digestion, and is pronounced by
those who have tried it as the very
best blood purifier and nerve tonic.
Try it. Sold for 50c or $1 per bottle
at Hart-rave's Drug Store.
K'-rent Ordinances I'assel by Commission
Okdinawe VII Sec. 4 That
any person selling meats that have
been salted for less than seven days
will be subject to a fine of $10 unless
they are licensed butchers.
That no person shall be allowed to
post bills in the town except those
who have procured license therefor
said license to be $1.00 a month or
$10 per yhar.
That all peddlers or venders ot
medicine, prize package or mer
chandize of any kind shall pay a 11
tax ol S5 per month or $25 per year
or be subject to a fine of Sio for each
I hat any person using anything
other than standard toilet paper in
any closet connected with the public
sewers shall be subject to a fine oi $25
for each and every ofiem:e.
lleaul ifn! s-a Mu lls.
Every one admires them. Since
coming south I have received numer
ous inquiries from northern people
for sea shells, and now I am prepared
to answer yes, I can send you shelis,
for I have made quite a collection oi
lovely shells, both from our own coast,
the coral reefs, and some beautiful
ones from the West India Islands. 1
will mail a dozen or more different
kinds, no two alike, to any one who
sends a stamp for postage. Also
send ou a lovely piece of white
Yours, Mrs. F. A. Warxf.r,
Jacksom ille, Fla.
A foiled ion,
In our last week's issue we printed
an account in which Richard Ken
frowfcol.) ligurtd. The item w; s
given us by a party that we thougl t
was strictly reliable but it turns out
that it was a fake, and we take this,
the first, opportunity for correcting
the error. We do this the more
cheerfully as we find that Dick is lr t
given to getting on sprees but attends
strictly to his barber shop and can al
ways be iound behind his chair on
S iturday evenings, ready to give his
customers a tip-top shave.
T In- (;i Mi.l,-st 1:. in. .1 y.
Mr. R. P. Greeve, merchant of
Chilhowi, Ya., certifies that he had
consumption, was given up to die,
sought all medical treatment that
money could procure, tried ail cough
remedies he could hear of; but got no
reliei; spent many nights sitting up
in a chair ; was induced to try Dr.
King's New Discovery, and was
cured by use of two bottles. For the
past three years has been attending
to business, and says Dr. King's
New Discovery is the grandest reme
dy ever made, as it has done much
lor him and also for others in his
community. Dr. King's New Dis
covery is guaranteed ior Coughs,
Colds and Consumption. It don't
fail. Trial bottles free at Hargrave's
A ltii Eiiln prise Kcully ISis; !iii
ll t ( i 1 ens.
The coming of the great John
Robinson and Franklin Pros.' Enor
mous Combined Shows to exhibit at
Wilson on Friday, October 22 will be
a treat to the citizens oi this entire
community the like they never expe
rienced btiore. The Robinson
Shows have delighted American
amusement lovers f r more than three
generations, and the Franklin Pros,
are the founders of the new school of
American showmen. In combining
and organizing their shows for the
season of 1897 they have spared no
money to secure the best for every
department. A glance at the list of
celebrities under their control will
convince the most skeptical that they
have been amply rewarded far their
lavish o ltlay, for there are the best in
the world in their various lines. The
horses, many of them imported, are
models of horseflesh, while their stud
of trained horses do everthing but
talk. They will appear at every per
formance with their original trainer.
Twenty lions in one den are to be
only with these great shows. A roy
al troupe of Japanese, imported ex
pressly for this vast enterprise, and
the only double troupe ever brought
to this county, is another feature.
They would be a whole show m an
ordinary circus, but are only a single
feature with the Robinson and F ra n k -hn
Pros.' Shows. Acres cf tents are
required to accommodate this huge
amusement, while one ticket admits
to all the combined shows.
Family wines that rival the world
in excellence are from Speer's Passaic,
N I , Yineyards. The Claret, vin
tage 1SS1, the Purgund and Port are
very old superior wines. The Port is
especially for invalids. The Climax
Prandy is very superior.
Mrs. J. II. Cutchin is visiting rela
tives in Greenville, X. C.
Ex Sheriff Ricks, oi Xa.sh county,
was in the city this week.
Mr. John Selby has returned from
a business trip to Lexington, Ky.
Mr. Thomas Gilliam has returned
after a month's visit to friends in Yir- j
Messrs. Dorscy and Paiham, of
Oxford, were in the city this week
Paul Christman, who has been
traveling with Parnum cc Pailey, has
returned to Wilson.
Misses Annie Simpson and N.m
Branch have returned from a three
weeks vi.sit to "Woodlawn Farm"
where they spent a most enjoyable
time chasing birds and foxes.
Mr. A. P. Deans left Monday
night for Atlanta, in response to a
telegram announcing the sciious ill
ness of his brother, at that place.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Hunt, who
have been visiting their daughter,
Mrs. J. H. Cheatham, returned to
their home in Granviile Tuesday.
Mr. Jas. T. Wiggins has returned
from quite an extended trip through
the northern cities and Canada. He
says that the drought has extended
Where can a comfortable couch
be found ? Why at Tucker's. He
lias just received a new supply of the
very latest design, also a full supply
of other things in the furniture line.
A Straiij Comparison.
A lew days ago we overheard a
young lady remark 'tint every time
she saw a certiin child she thought of
a certain problem in geometry." The
problem referred to was the old time
worn question of school committee
men about "the square described on
the hupothenuse of a right angle tri
angle, etc., etc."
Now if there are two objects that
have less similitude than a little
cherub, without a single straight line,
from the crown of his golden head to
the sole of his rosy Let, and a shatp
cornered soi ari-: we would like to
know what they are.
Injustice to the youngster it must
be stated that, although he knew
nothing oi either curve, angle or
square, the likeness drawn was resent
ed by a clouded bro.v.
",.liu;i Simpkins. "
Perhaps one of the largest crowds
ever seen in the Wilson Opera
House witnessed the performance ol
'Joshua Simpkins" on Monday night.
Every reserved seat had been sold
before the doors opened and the gal
lery was packed.
The audience was kept in a con
tinued uproar during the whole per
formance by the many funny doings
of the different actors, Arthur San
ders as "Uncle Josh" and Dan Dar
leigh as "Hezeki ih" were especially
good. "The old maid" wis also
A saw mill scene was introduced
in the third act with a genuine circu
lar saw in operation, and as young
Simpkins was thrown upon the log
with the intention of ending his exis
tence, more than one turned their
faces but as in all such plays he was
saved just before lie reached the saw.
The company carry a line orches
tra. We trust they may visit Wilson
Do You Use It?
It's the best thing for the
hair under all circumstances.
Just as no man by taking
thought can add an inch to
his stature, so no preparation
can make hair. The utmost
that can be done is to pro
mote conditions favorable to
growth. This is done by
Ayer's Hair Yigor. It re
moves dandruff, cleanses the
scalp, nourishes the soil in
which the hair grows, and,
just as a desert will blossom
under rain, so bald heads grow
hair, when the roots arc nour
ished. But the roots must be
there. If you wish your hair
to retain its normal color, or
if you wish to restore the lost
tint of gray or faded hair use
Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Ml m .
Stop the C ow Kicking.
X. C. Culk-wu
The kicking cow v.)vh rm!k"'-r U
an abomination. To prevent the
kicking a small rope or large cord
' 1 1 1 1 -
passed arcund the body ot the cow
just in front of the udder and oer
the top of the h:p-
It need n at be
drawn ti.hf Jn.-t n r ..1! .1
i no ',..1 ' ;u
ever try to kick. Some times a aw
thus tethered will hft a f ot to kick,
but some-how she1 seems to change
her mind and put it down again.
( 'lull In! H- ;mt el1.
That is a good stroke of business
on the part of the Soudu-rn Railway
in exleneiing an imitation to the
members 1 f the New Fngland Manu-
iaciui.ng vissuciatlon to Visit tne Cot-
t.-m -.In,,., tU., i:.. ...!,.. -
pany. Could the New Fnglan
rca1:7 lf,r li it-rl t't. c-vi-.l l.li.l,f
Hie only Puis to take with Hood's Sarsananlla
that a trip into the bjuth f the kind
proposed could afford, they would. tat VXFl-TT
not hesitate about accepting the' ' xVl
Southern's invitation. The South j jq FAMILIES TO WORK IN
does not want to loose the opportuni- j TIIE
ty of entertaining the New Engp.nel j
mill men and it hopes they will come j WjlcMn (Tiff All V ille
in full force. All doors down this I U 1 1 uull UllUll illlllO.
way are w ide open.
The Sanford Clothing Manufac
turing Company has been incorpor
ated by the Secretary ol State foi a
period ol thirty years. The capital
stood ol tlje company is to be mo.coq
divided into shares of moo each,
The incorporators are A. L. McNeill,
W. A. Monroe and V. J. Edwards,
of Sanford. The purpose lor which
the corporation is formed are manu
facturing articles of wearing apparrel
and buying and selling general mer
chandise. And rest for tiro 1 ta-iilicrs in a warm bath
with ea ri. 1 1: v :' . l-,:'.:.a :i i liurlo a ijil icnr ion
of Ci Mi'i 1; a in-;.!t!:r.':i! ). tin? jrioat skin cure.
C'i'TitTiov 10 :i '.aai's aiVdrd instaiit relief,
and int t a s'.'i'i'ily cure torturinpr, dis
tim'.rin;:',lnnu;liat i : i ;r , itch inn, liuniinr, Mci'd
in. orissttvl. .-ca!y si; in and pr.'ilp Luinors,
with loss of hair, when all else fails.
Sold t'lrnu 'lu.nttl.p wml.l. Fon tR Dhvo An Chem.
C"Kf , S,,Ie l'r..)s.. !- t.n .
OkJ- " UuW to Cure Skm-Tnrtnrrii Uaiiies." free.
SKIN S G A L P""S" ia"KTsoAi'.by
f fj p p p
I I o 1
We do not claim that the sun, moon and stars
would cease to shine, and this great big world would
come to an end ; that North Carolina,' or even Wil
son count- would have to enlarge her almshouse to
receive the starving thousands if it were not for
or that the streets of Wilson would have grown tin
in bushes and briars had we never opened our door's
at all. We do not wish any one to suppose that we
think that our importance has assumed such mam
moth proportions. Put
Wc do (Mail it This,
(and have both goods and prices to back it); that
we carry probably as large a stock as any in Wilson.
Buy in large quantities, therefore cheaper, have
better facilities for handling goods, buy for cash and
sell for cash, therefore enabling us to make the
Hundreds of people of Wilson and vicinity can
testify to the truthfulness of this statement who have
patronized us for i i years, and helped to build this
great business that has no superior in the little citv.
To all such friends and patrons
We Extend Our
and to the few wlio possibly have not patronize us,
we will say: You just try for a change some of the
many hundreds of nvitchless values ' we are offering
daily. Compare the quality of goods, the difference
in price, and in 12 months the saving will astonish
a oh Dlf rnf Cvnrn
(iOil il(!MW OlUlC.
J. M. LEATI
Cor Nash and Go'elsboro St-.
Real Estate Brokers and
Oitick ok Nash St., ovi:il R. J. Gkaxtiiam tvi Co.
feal Estate Baagiit m Soli Rents Collected.
We ofler for sale Building Lots i r
Ve invite inte-ndin- settlers to rail
!3? Information given free of charge.
l"nrlnml"s I.erlnsr Sra Vltlmntuni.
London. Oct. 7. The officials of thf
ririti.h foreign office have communi-
catt-ii to the l"nitel States amlussador
rlor.,l Juhn Hay. the final decision
that tho "JV'-rn,!kl!t ot" r,rt;lt Britain
niust refuse t take part in any scal'm;
; conference with rer-ivst-ntatives of Rus
sia ana janan. 1 :if eiiitijfi irovern
nifnt. howvwr. a?sTts it willinsrnt-s
i to cnftr with the rnitcd States alone.
1 'Ut it insists that Ru-si i and Japan are
1 '1: VL V.": J1" "':,!s
ition at the ciinfiriT.ii'.
Wht'n you t:ikf Ilivxfs Pill. Th.' hi::. "1 1-i'ali-
i.iiud. su-ar-co.a-il !1N. which t.-:ir you ull t
l'i'0-s. arc not in it w ith II.kkI's. !': to take
ami easy t. os.-ra. . is true
of I!o.;s IV.K v ch are
1 . . 5
i:p to d:ite in ever espt ct. fj
Safe, certain ami . 're. All "
ili-ujrsiists. -."e. ('. i. Hood & Co.. Lowell. Mass.
1 For full 'partic ulars apply to
4',"4t Secretary and Treasurer.
HOUSE and LOT
Where I now reside.
JOHN K. RUFFiN,
Sn rorth Carolina.
In large or small a;ii"u;its . m instir
raice' j lieics in first c lass comp.ink-s.
Larger loans at 1 iwer rates than arc
made lv any othe-r company.
I'or particulars au l terms, .-ulurcss
laiglisli American Loan an 1 Trust
C. C. DAX1KI.S,
W II SoN, X. C.
I.ONO TIMK LOAN AT I.OWi.S KA'liS.
tj Original uu.l Only Ot nul:u'. A
" J TV r-Arc, aUvav f a.iiii-. LAO.tj a-k A
- ft l'ru:-u-i-:t Ir.r CAi. F,., h ll.i A
&"ilA t tir;-! in liv :!..! :( t m. r-.lhA VlV
J j j ('- tt r.is t;n.l im.UxUun. .- 1 r!l.":l nr s.'n.l 4".
' I 'v in ctnmt fr i.!i:-iotil:tr. I" inn. minis m.t
! "C ' !IoluT for t.in'i.-K," ! '', in ri l urn
! V Ff Via. iim T--M-..t.r.i..K ,v.i.- r-i-rr.
B.:j lj aa Lc:il Tri. i'hiiuiiu., i'u.
YVILSOX, X. C
"V 'fc 'J " V,..,vJ
WlI.SOX, X. C. !
the town of Wilson and Klscwhere.
and see us. Correspondence solicited.
y Li m2 kWU Sy
I. WORTH INC.TOX. A. II. DEANS.
WORTH INV.TON K: DEANS.
1 AT TO K N EYS-AT-LAW.
WILSON, N. C.
Ouaee op. Court House Square.
ATIi.KM.V AM) COI NSE1.I.OR AT LAW,
NASH Y1I.LK, N. C.
Practices in Nash K.lcomhe, Wilson
1 ill ami Hahtax counties.
A- MMMS- A. 1!. DEANS,
A. J. SIMMS & CO.,
el EN KRAI. IXM'KANTK
AM) kl.AL F.STAT K AGKNTS,
Ohiee in rear of Court House.
V. O. box 162. WILSON, N. C.
j G. CONNOR,
Attorney at Law,
WILSON, - . N.C.
OifW Branch ,N: (Jo's. Bank Building
Real Estate Dealers,
WILSON, - N. C,
Will gladly furnish any infor
mation regartling Wilson
is a town of 4000 inhabitants,
with all the modern improve
ments, such as Water works,
Electric lights and Telephone
service, and is the most pros
perous town in North Carolina.
We have the best
Cotton and Tobacco
In the State.
ins.r lands are rcicnn
ble in price, from $10 pe
acre up. e are in a pos
lion to offer
in any section of the town,
and call attention especially to
vacant lots on Academy,
Spring, Goldsboro, I lines,
Daniel and Park streets, rang
ing in price from $150 to
If you want to sell your
lot place it with men
who are in touch with
II you want a tenant for your
building, and the rents collec
ted promptly make a contract
A T n r
No 5. Farm of 5? acres 6 miles from
U ilson, j i n;int houses, a ood i horse
I. inn in cultivation, adjoining lands
liiat ca.i he hought reasonable. J'rice,
No. S. A valuable mill plant.
One 12 horse power Cooper engine,
" 12 " " l)iler.
" ( ircular saw mill complete, cuts 19
" mounted cut off saw.
" gristmill complete, heavy 40 inch
" steam power Wilson Cotton press.
" large Wilson cotton seed crusher.
Thi machinery is in good running or
der with belling, shafting, pulleys &c,
complete and can be bought for one
fourth original rol.
No. 12. A farm of 250 acres 4 miles
from Wilson, acres in cultivation.
25 acres good pasture, well watered.
4 n nant Houses aixl good out build
ings. No better farm in the county.
No. 1 ;v A good 4-room dwelling on
corner ot .Spring and South streets. A
good sized lot (heap tor the price,
So. I. i2;o acres timber land on
and extending from the W. C. & A.
and (J. C. R K. in Columbus county.
1 roouciive farming land if (leartd.
P!ae is aying rent as turpentine farm
o! jo per cent, on price asked. Price
No. 16. A nice two story 9-room
o welling nicely located, lot Sox 1 -50 feet.
No. I's. A farm of So .-teres. S miles
from Wilson, buiidinirs new. Horse
tarm just cleared. Price, X5j.
No. 23. Farm off) acres 6 miles from
u l.son. (Ine horse farm in c ultivation
(iood buildings. Fine tobacci land.
Pri' e, i,nxj.
No. 25. Vacant lot on the corner of
Spring and Hines streets, 4 5, '4 by 1S5
leet. Price $:.
No. -,S 'acant lot on the corner of
Goldsboro and Hines streets, 454 by
1S5 feet. Price ioo.
No. 39. Vacant lot on the corner of
Spring and Dairy streets, 47 by 185
feet. Price jioo.
No. 5,2. Vacant lot on the corner of
Goldsboro and Dairy streets 467 i by
1S5 feet. Price ;j.
No. u. Lot on corner of Snrin' and
Dairy streets. Good four-room dwel
ling, good water. 1 rice low.
No. 53. The lot on Green St. known
as the old Methodist church lot. A
good location for ;a nice residence.
Price low. Terms reasonable.