County Democratic Executive
Committee, has called a meeting
of the committee at Jacknon, on
Monday, May 2.
: Jackson Letter
o. o. ijaiv5T, i;sq . is attend-
S. J. Calvert, .of the iug.Wintou couri this week.
Mr. John P. HoIIoma'u'. has
bought the Erhart house and lot
at the depot
Four' marriage licenses have
been issued during the past week.
We i:'iv received a letter tiom two lor each race.
lli't.-oLs of Gumbt-iry school re- Mr. E. J. Gay has rented the
)vbg to ,"v,'y statement L'ladt? bj J. A. Burgvvyh residence and will
15. L. S., t! leach r, in his letter move into it in a few days.
i ic'i ,v,o published lat week. Miss Pattie Peele has returned
rorm for the last 1 rom iJaitimore where she has
this week, 'and oeen spending a few days. -
Lou Drewry, of .'Branch-
Vo 'C;iliU:t hud
C .iiiiii uiiicatiou
would ots tuicl
t.. it cuiitrov'-rny
if the parties to
ville, Va., has moved to Jackson
to make this her future home.
The County Finance Commit-
W'o nn glad to state. that Prof, tee has been in session here this
p. P. Oluxton, of tha State Normal week settling with the tax coliect-
atfd Industrial College at Greens- ors.
1,. will deliver the commence- The new pastor of the Baptist
ni .iit aiUhcsi'at Wiutou Academy, church here, Rev. C. E. Gower,
May 20. His subject -will be seems to grow in popularity with
'V'M jJern Educational Ideal a."Piof. pur people.
Ci xton is one of the le ding edu The Republicans are holding a
t..;-,rs of the State, a p ood public primary here today for the pur
t . ,i,t- nnJ those who hear hi u pose of electing deligates to the
Vm ho above occasion will enjoy a Judicial and Congressional (?on
,,,. treat. We cougratulate Prof, ventions. i
Ju-tice in .securing such. a distin- Our former townsman' Faison
' I'miViumI sneaker for his commence- Calvert, after spending a few
1 1 i : : t occasion.
Ulvh Square ami' Vicinity.
Mr John W. Buxton went to
Norfolk Monday, returning yervor-
c.i. . r.f nr fjrmi'rs liavi) nlant-
t, , t pose of selecting
ed c :,tto:.f among thorn Capt. Roun .
days with his people here has re
turned to his work. He is trav
eline: salesman for a Richmond
The Democratic County Execu
tive Committee will meet here
first Monday in May for the pur
A NEW INDUSTRY.
A. IeeiK Into the Factory ot the
Greensboro Knstic aiitl Artis
tic Manufacturing Co.
A recent issue of the Greens
boro Record contained the follow
ing account of a new manuiact
u ring: establishment in that citv:
It can be almost safely stated
that not one person in a hundred
in the city of Greensboro knows
that there is here any such con
cern as the Greensboro Rustic
and Artistic Manufacturing Com
pany And those who have beard
something about its being here
have no idea where it is situated
or what it is doing.
This company has netherthe-
less been located here for two
months and a half, turning out
piles on piles of some of the most
artistic and graceful furniture
ever seen.- The country folks at
ieast .Know ; about its existence
and find at this factory a good
Mr. Walter R. Smith returned
here last ji? nday to remain a lew
M r. and S. M rs C. D raper spe nt
Saturday night and Sunday it.
Mr. C. C. Parker has been in
tree. " -
Mr. S. J. Calvert was here
Tuesday on his way to Winton
court. v "
Many of the farmers in this vi-
inity are cultivating some corn on
Mrs. W. E. Clifton has a beauti
ful and valuable collection of flowers-in
addition to Mr. Clifton's
railroad flower garden.
Mr. J. M. Howell," who has been
in Norfolk for a few weeks, spent
a f w days at his homo hero the
past week, returning yesterday.
Several of ovr farmers have been
shipping cotton during the past
week. There seems to be right
mucircottoft iu the country.
primaries and the county con ven
Mr. Paul J. Long has bought
S. J. Drake's place, formerly be
longing to H. R. Deloatch. We
learn ' that Mr. Drake will soon
move.to Norfolk to make that city
market ib r the excellent willow
which is so abundant along the
streams of Guilford county. ;
j, rnis manuiactunng company
was gotten tip last year by Mi
John A. Young, and operations
began about the first of January
the present year, with Mr. H. F
Shear as general manager. The
building used now as a factory is
an old church down on the far
eastern end of Market street.
Record reporter went down to
the date for the the factory yesterday afternooon
I .3 !li'L i. JI ' J a 1 . ! -l
auu wuis imuaieu mio ine iwisiea
mysteries ofi the rustic scene by
The com pany manufactures ea
sies and tabids and hat racks add
chairs and benches and seats,and
everything else Jn the rustic line
from a picture frame to a sum
mer house. I ' i !
There was stored away in one
portioc of the house a large stock
A call Tot Meeting of Citizens Interested
in Eebnilding, the Greenville
i Call has been issued for a rous
ing meeting in Greenville county,
Virginia, for the purpose. of tak-
A Skin Disease
In a Terrible Condition with'
took Hood's Sarsaparitla and Is
Better than for IO Years.
u I had a akin disease which was very
troublesome. I took a great deal ot
Norfolk this : week looking after inS stePs for rebuilding the strong- medictoe which dM i not do b
any gooa ana a was at jasioDiigeu w gite
ville County, Virginia, to the old
the sale of timber.
Mr. J. J. Vaugban, of Potecasi,
has been at his father's near here
or a few days sick with the
Mrs. E. R. Worrock is here to
stay with her daughter. Mrs. W.
H. Vaugban during her husband's
absence in Florida
fnr rtnilrli nor a. fnt,fnn ftw.tnrv Vir.
and that it will be a holidav in an County cn Saturday, May 7, 1898,
i ,l . :
this section. tor me purpose ui mau.iuus au
Mess S. C. Draper,. J. M. Las- lnterest this important enter-
aitor n r fnrohpnf1 and P -T. P
Hicks spent Monday atDeloatch's
Mill hunting terrapins,. We hear
they were quite successful.
Oroan villpi hrnneli nf lh Pfttirs-
I on T was In m mir nt atnTvtr anm nf tSM
burg Railroad. Following is the tlme scrotals sores broke out and I
call: i I ooold get nothing to do me any good.
Alt- nf rvir follnw itirpn who 1 My 'daughter told me of a woman who
Air OI Our ieilOW citizens wno -faicted as I was and who found re-
are interested in rebuilding and Met to Hoodsparuia. I onctuded
reestablishing the Old Green Vl l I la a terrible condition with sores on my
l , . . , -n t!i I head and body. The first few doses ot
branch cf th ? Petersbursr Kail I tt e.M.rlii. in
road, from the junction in Greer, Vh&ffil 1 fa t! CSly remedy.
felt like a new man. I am now in better
health than tor 10 years. 8. M. Guiek,
Czz did cf ths cotton groover,
Expcrxnicnt Sitksna end the
captrlnsa cf Icdlnjcrcnrcra
t u u inj. bummitlh Northampton ttounty. Winnsboro. Fairfield Co Little River, htrrtbg nd cxfal pogaSi
"""'S--- N. c.,are Ireqaested toWmbh- - i': tftoBSKl.
for orgaoaing-the companj . ,V . S.; . , r, Unnil'ft Snpnnnnr In I f caiuuutnin.
Is the best In fact the One True Blood Purifier.
Sold by an druggists. ; six for 15. "
ears an LTrer IQa and
VTawSbo glad to send, ttf cf charge.
Hood'5 Pills SSILiS
and taking steps
towards rebuilding the road.
It now appears that if our peo
ple will ibanifest an interest in
Statistics Imported From
As pertinent to the existing
rpestAhlishiner this road that OUT I rrislQ uphich is HItpIv tnftvpntnn.tr
H. Vaughan lef tSt f . , th citv Of Peters- In war at. almnat. anv Hmft wp
Wednesday for Florida where he hnr win lpnd ahelninffhand. and UnntA SnmA interpstin tiurPR
joined Mr. Gerrish. Theyexpect L. 4U xif; rcf T.io iiil i.u:,u.j ' u
: ilua -luo .f"u. ?ov tfu"Hsueu uuujr iu uueui im When-in-nPod nf. rlothliu Hats.
iu ruiu u ..,iuimuuut.iwu rebuild and reestablisn it ' commercial magazines of Barce shoes Drv Goods Notions or
months looking after the Cum- T- RJ w Mason ion, showing thlt Snain is mrJT
mer Co s large timber interest in M other! Speakers will be with pared for I war with the United General Merchandise store call on
me and give ! nie an opportunity to
At Low Prices at L.
. 1 .
Mr. John H. Lane has been se
riously ill during the past week
with blood poisoning, but is now
considered out of danger. He
had a small sore on his finger and
contractrd blood poisoning from
Death of Mrs. A. It. Collins
Mrs. Amanda R. Collins, wife
of A. S. Collins, died at her home
at Cahaba, Bertie County, on
Thursday April 7, 1898, after an
illness of four or five weeks. She
eaves a husband, eleven children
us ana aaaress tne people, xkv
erybody invited to be present
- B, M. Pugh
B. J. Vincent.
V. R. Vallentine.
E. B. Rainey.
M. J. Squire.;
(5eo. W. Pollard.
N. J. Pearson.
J. R. Clements.
The aggregate population of name you prices-that will knock put
the kingdom is placed at only l&J all competition. I also pay the high.
000,000, against 75,000,000, the est market prices forjeountry pro
aggregate population of the Unit- duce
ed States. I To Cure Conatlpatlon Torever.
t-t x i anmeincs Take Cascarett Candy Cathartic. J0e or tsc.
XXOl less man 0,ii, VLV opau- if c. C C fall to cure, druiMCiHts refuna mroer.
iards are without either trade or
profession. Only 6,104,470, or
barely more than one third of the j
aggregate population, can reaa m i .
Some 4,861,922 Span- 1 u
Just received a good assortment ! gQodS) and some ready for the
i Severn Locals, j
War is the general topic of our
and a host of friends to mourn town at present , I
her death. , We were glad to see a large o fo tAnnwi79flQW
will keep a'good supply in stock.
Weaver & Las biter,
. Rich Square,' N. C
Some people are content with
being up-to.date, but there are
others who borrow trouble two
or three years ahead.
Miss, ciara Fiy the after spend- Commencement Dress
iiiir some weeks Avith Uer sister,
Mrs. W. H. Evaud near Uuro, re
turned to her homo at Severn last
Mn James Hyatt, a former resi
dent of this vicinity but for sever
al years a resident of Nausemond
county-Va., visited his old friends
hero. last Saturday and Sundav.
' The owners of TATHoN AND
Gleaner flower garden received;
from Mr. T. C. Peele's family a
few days ago some valuable addi
tions to their collection of flowers
which are highly appreciated.
Prof. Earle, who married "Un
cle' Watkiu Robert's youngest j
daughter, and who once resided;
here, spent a few days here the ;
past week. He now has a good;
government portion in Washing-;
ton City. He spoke of Gen. Ran
som e- iu the highest terras and;
says while .in Washington the;
General was always ready to as
sist his home people without re-;
gard to race or party, if foundU
Cora ineneeoient -occasions
a re upou us, They are glad
times for the ladies and they
naturally want to look their
best. A selectioa from our
large stock, of lovely dress
goods will adorn your beauty
and add to your pleasure.
ORGANDIES AND CHEESE CLOTHS'
We have a beautiful line of ,
these all shades and styles
Prices lower than ever be
jore. Special prices for com
mencements. J DOTTED SWISS.
Makes a lovely dress a beau
tiful line in this goods.
Over a hundred different
styles. Our line of Pe reals.
Lawns, Suitings and wors
teds, can't be equalled in
beauty or price.
BUXTON & BAUGhAM
, Rich Square, N. C
market and some not yet; var
nished and finished. There are
in this stock 25 easles, 52 tables,
125 chairs, 15$ rustic seats and a
umber of hat racks. ! ,
The display of rustic seats of
all styles made, with a view! to
suit every, condition and waikin
life. There are large seats and
small seats, seats built for j a
whole family. There are the
most exqusite tete-a-tete rustic
cenches. Thereare seats with high
backs and with low backs, backs
that give you a friendly punch to
keep you awake, and backs that
one can hardly touch without dpz
mg into a delightful dream; with
irras that twist and turn, that
wreathe and writhe and bend, and
creep and circle and curl and eh
twine: with less all crooked and
bent, all straight and firm, round
legs, square legs, bow legs, plait
ed legs; with feet, feet, feet-
large feet, small feet and tangled
feel bipeds, tripods, quadrupeds
and poly pod es. j
TheGeeensboro Rustic and Ar-
iards are engaged in agricultural
pursuits. There are 43,528
priests, friars and church digni
Spain's aggregate school atten-
She expressed a willingness to crowd at prayer meeting lastSun- ghe has 97 257 office holders and
die, her only regret being to day night. oi:225 nrofpssio'nal hprs.
eave her husband and children. The weather has moderated , T . rt
She was an affectionate wife and and farmers are pushing their , f rrv,l n
mother, and was held in high es- work rapidly, i ,n , . m ffir,. ,
teem by all who knew her. We have been informed that . r( , .--H
- : I . I r'anni'ti c rrr tna rT trio r. -It.rtT.f'XT R
She was a consistant member the Severn base ball club will . JLi
of Hillside Baptist church, and soon reorganize.
always delighted to attend its We were gladjto meet with our
services.' May the Lord comfort old friend, and townsman, Mr. L.
and strengthen the bereaved bus H. Rowe, this morning.
band and motherless children; We regret to report Mr. Li. 1.
and may they live so as to meet Smith, whom we thougnt to oe
her in the better and brighter convalescent, is again very m.
SIX To TEN WEEKS OLD
C.R. ROBERTSON & CO.
leading publications, without ref
erence to the existing crisis and
for commercial purposes exclu-
In addition to the weakness
which these figures represen
B. P. G.
How people Sleep.
In England the old four-poster;
there is serious domestic strife
Mr R. k. White is having: tne lu f" uuo vm. aniwva.
residence of Mr. G. W. Pruden such conditions, can bpain witn 24 needleS paper pins, pack-
minted which will add much to any confidence expect to vie sue- age hair pins,: spool thread, writ-
the appearance of Maine ot.--- V:. WJfaiU1y v jmg uiuiet,:
Miss C M. 1 Fly the, who has whose population aggregate some pencils, box tacks, 4 collar but-
A-Un fF tna.-Viiniy sr.hnnl RomeM-"ur , umes mat ui ucis, uvOD WU8, uu.r, .
npuwipM I i . i 1 1 1 i, nt- ill nil-: iji i.iii i uccu vsu. i.i- r
J -1 ' - - - T I '
nation, but the iron and brass bed- time, returned
stead is beating it out of the field, day to the delight; of her many
The English beds are the largest friends, ' !
beds in the world. A peculiarity Miss Esther Wood, who has
of the German bed is its short- been visiting her sister, Mes
nessfbesides that, itconeists fre- dames R. M. Edwards and L. L.
quently in part of a large down Maddrey, has returned home,
pillow or upper mattress which Constable iCoggins was in our
srjreads over the person and usu- town this morning.
home last Satur- strength is undivided and Gibral
tar-like? Atlanta Constitution.
I ally answers the purpose of all
tistic Manufacturing Company the other ordinary bed clothing
have had Alderman to make a combined. In the- tropics men
number of photos. of their furni sleep in hammocks or upon mats
ture and will in a few days; send or grass. The East Indian un-
out a most handsome catalogue rolls his light, portable charpoy
of the goods they handle.
The lloanoke Laiulsr
Some of the richest and most
productive lauds in the country
can be found on the Itoanoke riv
er in Northampton County- The
soil seems inexbaustabh. Many
farmers say that U they can save
one crop in three it will pay them
to cultivate the low laud of the
lloanoke. This' week a pasty of
"piney woods" farmers went down
there to drive a well for their con
venience while cultivating a crop
this summer, 'i hey bored twenty
five feet without getting through
the soil. They drpve the pipe
down H wen ty five feet more, 00
feet iu all, without getting water.
Lrtud with suc h deep soil will pro
duce a crop most any season
wet or drv.
It is still an unsettled question
whether bleachiug the hair leads
to softening of the brain, or soft
ening of the brain leads to bleach
ins: the hair.
I want to buy 500 heas at once.
or mattress, which, in the morn
ing, is again rolled together and
carried awav by him. The Ja
panese lie upon matting, with a
stiff, uncomfortable, wooden neck
To Organize May 19.
Lasker, N. C,
' ; April, 6,'1868.
A meeting of the subscribers rest The Chinese use low bed-
to stock in the Lasker Cotton Mill steads, often elaborately carved,1
is called to meet here on Thurs- and supporting only mats or cov-
day, May 19; 1893, for the pur- erlids. The ancient Greeks and
pose of organizing and making Romans had their beds supported.
Will pay 6 cents per pound in trade, arrangements ior; me wuik ui on irames, out not uai uuu uuia.;
m sell goods as low as anybody, erecting the necessary buildings The Egyptians had a couch of a'
Also want 5000 spring chickens in a to begin at an early day. Un the peculiar shape, more like an old
few weeks. above named date. May 19, there fashioned easy chair, with hollow
! MILLS II.rOWKu, -in hft nublic sneaking t v Dr. R. hack and seat World's Pro-
J From Lcwiston. ;
Farmers are well up with their
work; some have planted cotton.
Mess G. S. Norileet and Chas,
Tyler spent Sunday at their old
Two Cent Articles.
Dozen brass head tacks, 3
balls sewing cotton, thimbel, cake
A Bloody Month. , foap. , snje uuiions, uw.
i , - i - Vinnks and evrs. 24 envelones. 24
Although March is the month sheets paper, tin plate, money purse
in the calendar which is named in ball knitting cotton.
honor of the god of war, April Three Cent Articles.
seems to oe tne monm most m- 144 agate buttons, slate, yard
timate with strife and bloodshed. white clothj yard calico, doz. safetj
This observation is specially true pins, doz. dress buttons, tooth trust
- .'i. . ! . '-...'' 1 4. . mi. i : V 4
with! reierence to me greai con. quart, mint pan, eg uvawr, k,
flicts1 of American history. yard garter web, 5 knitting needles,
On April 19, 1775, occurred the doz- wood clftbes Pins' '
first battle of the American rev- Four Cent Articles.
olution at Lexington, Mass. On 2 quart milk pan, 2 quart cov-
April 15, 1783, the preliminary ered tin bucket, stove sboveVyard
treaty of peace -between Great plaid dress goods, yard apron ging-
Britain and th United States 0TcriaSS'h
-r- J t . rfl TT-. : . 44 1 1 V?o raff.
rvev. j. x.r.wu r formallv ratified bv the pro- rlw "w I,-im .rf
ular appointment at the Methoa- vicial ress which metin other goods which come under the
ist church here Sunday. Philadelnhia. head of above articles, but haven't
Miss Ella Lewis returned last v room to mention.
1 nnu PKn nir Pa. Since the part which April thus Curtain poles with wood fixt-
week from Mauch Chunk, Fa., flphiflV"Pt of rM 2.v! mens boots 98c. bovs boots
she has been for ome Tm , ' iW shoos 58. 57. 80. 98c.'
American inqepenaence; was su nn.l v Khopfi 98t.' men's coarse
. i I n - 1U1 ' -j
have been four or five Pfonouncea u seems niung vuui shoes 88c.; table oil clour 10, ic.
Rich Square, N. C. hj stancell. Geo. M. W. Ransom
P. S. Bring me all your eggs.
pay top prices.
IEKS,B)YS AID CHILDREN.
! We now have Clothing
, to fit and suit you all
any 3-0 u will do you r
- self an injustice to buy
before seeing our goods
For Poultry, half cost ot
Netting:. Also best Farm
The wheel that
I 'have on hand at mill iu Potecasi
50,000 three Inch shinies .for sale
at 75 cents per thonsaud. Those in
want should apply at once, as shin- j
gle mill will be shut down alter uiis
E B LASSITES,
Potecasi, N. 0-
'Where are you going sir 1
Why, John Baughan's,
That cheap cash store at Rich Square
where 1 can find the nicest stock o
-,WU T fiver saw. You should see
liis Dress Goods, come, - go with me
d get that Easter Dress. .
Stimulate the stomach, rS3 H S
rouse the liver, cure bilious- R B " C
ness, headache, dizziness, If g y 2
T ie u-..:iseis Cauuy Cuthartic ltte or2f
:i V, C. C. fusl to care, arugtf refuna mone
whs- i.irtVr with Coush?, . auold'C
r Mriiu wiun LAXATIVE BROMO be here oa May 19.
QUININ'E will curv jcii in oue'Jay.
l,3 not produce the rinftinf; In the
n i like Sulphate of Quhilnc..; Tut u
n t oilet convenient for taki Gu;ir
tc! -1 tueiire o.- monej rv funded. Pi ic
and others interested in the pro
motioh of this enterprise, aud the
miblic generally are.cordially iu-
c j !, , . I i i . I can save you moutv.-rejpMpaid.Catalogue free
vitod to attend and hear the dis K.L.sHELLABAfeaER.43 p. st.. Atunt. oa.
t i ng ui shed ge n t le m e a . O the r e n
iei tainmeuts will be provided for
tha. npr-H-sion. annrSuncernent of
A'hich will be made in due time.
If any one wishes to subscribe
for stock in the faiptory applica
tion can be made to either of the
following eutlenien: ' !
Dr. J. N. Ramsay, Seaboard;
Maj. W. P. Vick. Margaretts ville;
Dr. H. W. Lwis, JacKson; tion.
T. W. Mason, Garysburg; Mr. G.
M. Powell, Potecasi; Dr. R. P
Morehead, Lasker; Jesse V.
Everybody in this whole sur
rounding country is expected to
tramps around Lewiston the past President Washington shoald
week. Extra police force was taw been maugurated on Apr.l
,:AA Snnotr nmiit tA TirA- 0. 189.
vent them doing any mischief. J The -opening gun of the Mexi
It seems a hard matter to keep can war was fired April 25, 1845.
an a-nt at the depot here. We On pril 12. 1861. the first gun-
hear that our present agent is shot of the late civil war was nrea
at t ori oumpter. uenerai uee
???ZS. SOon to iro to Franklin, Va. Mr. at Fort ; bun
eMpaKffiuTfreJ Bagley is aost excellent young surrendered to General Grant on
man, and we all regret to see him April 9, I860. General Johnston
leave surrendered to General Sherman
on April 2a 1865.
r n r!TTRRTCO PAY.
"That is theway all drafts seUGKor'8 "T"-1" . " V!
Txstbims Chill Tosic for chill and ia- iioody garb of Mars in the strife
Via. it is sirn?lf Iron and Quioine in a nhich IS HOW DendinST between
the United t States and Spain?
fioor oil cloth li, 1J, 2 yards
wide 14, 18, 20, 25c. floor matting 2
styles 9, 12, 15, 18c. curtain poles
brass .fixtures 18, 20, 221c. window
shades different widths and lengths
on rollers 15. 18, 25c.
I Remember we prepay freight
on all goods bought - at one time
amounting; to fo.uu ana over. v e
are closing out several thousand
dollars worth of goods at and below
cost. 1 Come qn ick for bargai n s.
SPEES & DAVIS, PBOP.
X, Y. ICacket Store
Weldon, X. C.
Elsrmt Toar Dowel With Cmmrmrf.
Cndjr Ctliart k ear conllption forever.
Uc.Sc. ltaCC. fail. drolu ret and mooey.
asteless form. Children love It. Adal la
It. tn KtttAr ninwatio? tOnlCS. For
V. . v I, . " . .
hills and farer aai all farm of malaria bUCh appears to D6 me aecree OI
ice, 50 cents.
F.iBert Couuh fcy rup. Te Good.
1 have Jst accepted the agency
for the. well-known Wj.veb.lt Bi- ;
ctcLk. It is a modelofbeanty.brit
wiU run as far and stand as much
hard nsage as any. It is guaran
teed. The price is right cheaper
than most standard bicycles. The
bearings ore absolutely dpst proof 1
most other wheels are not. I
hare one on hand and will take . ,
pleasure iu showing yon the ad van
tage it has over other bicycles
J. 11 Johnson, Agt.,
Rich Square, H. 0.
liiyans Tabulea cure flatulence.
All persons are hereby forbidden
to hunt with dog or gun or fish with
net or seine on the lands belonging
to the estates of Col. B. B. Bridgers
and the late L. H. Boy ce, known as
the Montrose farms and the Hill
JL Vann, J. T. Bolton, B. B. and
L. W. Boyce. - i
Life is short, but it doesn't
seem so to the man who is wait
ing for an overdue train at a
i country railway station. j
the fates. Atlanta Constitution.
During the last few days
A Little Boy's Trouble.
j "My little boy. has been troubled
every spring for the past four or
fi ve years by an eruption covering
bis body and limbs. It was so bad j
he could not get on his sjioes and
stockings. Last spring I heard of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and by taking
this medicine be was entirely cur
ed." Mas. Nettie ktah. Winches
Hood Pills are the only pills j
to take with Hood's Sarsaparilla.
i re all liver ills.
Coffee has ad vanced a cent a
pound; I have a lot I bought
before the sharp advance
which I'am selling at the
same old price 10 cents per ,
pound. Don't compare my
coiTee with the 10 cent stulf f
offered! at some places, j My
10 cent coffee is guaranteed
to give satisfaction. '
I J. E. Jomcso9f
. Rich Square.
KJaemte Tear Uawli With CmwwU
Cantljr C.atbrtlr. ears tonmipetloa forvter.
19C.UO. 11 C C C. 111. dr uggUi rt ood tuoaey
rTi, ni, Mil to take with Hood' Sarsapanllfc
L... snia bv all druggist-