i:i i.ks wk io.n"t iikeik. I The u . of til'.- Southern
N'u -ii'tH'Tint ioM will be taken unb ' i : l .., i.,. i . . i i ,
. " . , uanioaM iias ; -n ciianr'd J he
paid !r in advanee. , "'"-, j ,i
Five 1 tits j'-r line for all obit nark-. ' westbound pa.-s-ng..r train is dm
Pout take the paper out of the post j hor- at 1 'u ', and the 'a-tboiirid at
u ti l'-s y?ii intend to pay for it. I .1 J () j,)
. i r t .. .... i. ! I "
. o la ;1U 1 l I ( all nou ii -uieii i uAii-
lMhcd uii1.'-m piid lor in advaixe.
Pocal iiti i" , l' ri'n'-t ,'-r line for
Sr-t in Tl i mi , rit ? hereafter.
Piiplay aiii p r " ; i s 1 1 per year.
l'.o'i"-' nt iii demand.
New l-.ve hai r: s at wiixbdl'-.
iotlii "gvt J. Si hoK . i:r.
Priug your Jul) work to t he Pm r.i.
'l b editor lis been away this r.tek
Mrs. I. I. i'avii, of Morga'don, died
January 1 1 tli.
J P. Norton's store house will soon
l.e euniplet .-!.
See new ail of Minin A: Co.. of New
York, in this isue.
Pi M.M. Pandrum preached at
J. (Jrant after a few weeks iilni'
i- on tliu idrerts again.
Niia'or Pritelurd paed through
Marion on bis wny home.
Silver marqui.-e ami bundle rings,
and 'J.r cents. at Swindell'.
ongress i in s'Aion, but doing
iictbin.f but draw inhalarit-..
Shritr Oo I'ritcb.trd. of Milrhcll
county, was in town Wi-du.'Mlaj.
J. Nirliol-4 n P.ro arc selling
i l'l i iK-jpi-r t lian ever b furc
.1. A. JavII and Mr l!arrj, of tb"
:: ( 's jid tin I'dwnnit a i-it totij,.
( 'apt. vi i Wood 'Mjipcil tm.. car
load of cattb IWonday to Virginia.
.!.;. ii boUV Jn I;av just n-i-.'icJ
a lsr? stock of now clothing.
Wood and jnoiicy are M-arre articlos,
aii.iind tl.c jiri.it inij idiict-, anjwiiy.
Tii-mw fr int in l).JV. I.onon &,
l!ro"s ''tor' is ijiiite an i m provcin-nt
If you want to be rwardM above
f.ir kiTidicsf-, kindly brin ns a load of
id J. F. .Morpbevv, and Maj. J. V.
lt.ivMiir.ii, nM timed from Kal ijb y'h
tinlny. Til v;:it lur hii b:.'!i tilt' coldest
during tin- past week aver felt in this
A. I.. 1'inley, who has bcrn very sick
with typhoid ftfvcr i iinprovin;;
The brick layers barn aain coni
niencvJ layiiit,' brii"k on Win. Blantoii's
j i i'v, ; ovv.
Wc bvo put in a new and splendid
pre.., an i can Jo all your job print
iuS beat .
1.. I.. McKay, oi' oiirtor.n want lo
huv i't rcash :'-i.,' 0 (ret )f pojd.ir luni-
i.vo. 'iliitr,- f the Ohio liiver
i' .n liailroad couJiwy was
U w i e 1 erd:i v.
Y. i '. VoiiTir, of Pleasant (iar-d-ns.
i -jiv-im i nj .. few weeks at the
i I. nulling: Hotel.
AK' ivaiiijie shot and killed a very
;.ir.re w i Id cat atoul live mil sftuth
of Iuvmi v ivsi c-rU-,.y.
l'li, i. i. nt inc fore . on t lie Soulhrn
j'ailroao l5;iiiied paint i n:r t he depot at
t hi-, pi i e Tiie-ilay .
.1. P. Norton, i he popular projrirlor
of the Pa.;! Hotfl. n t urnoil from
K il. ih lai Friday.
There ws a small .-Tide on the
juoiintaiu Tuesday nibt d-lavins? the
Ira n only a short tune.
j Pioidin K!d.r llovle preached a
Up'.endid seriHoii n the Uitlhodt
.-.iurch Wednesdav it l 4 1j t .
T1h News am! tbserver cunio out
this wick with a new ilrn.v Which
uUlt greatly to its app. ara n e.
We regret that the fusion legislature
failed to irive the doorkeepet's p!;i'e to
':. p;. Noil (,n. lie is a worthy man.
has. Kinjr. t lie popular nijrlit op
erator at this place, seems verv ueter-
niiiud to kill out the partridge tribe,
i That is not a stick of candy on the
f'Jrfwalk above Swindells Jewelry
t-ture; it is Win. Sweeney's new barber
I The pillar that make llui 'raiiT
'UiM::i look so tui ti like the louri 1
t i -e, rer thro vn tlovsix vstciI .
ou t srive np. but keep on kicking.
The b;itter will come after awhile. A
short paragraph on Iho editorii.1 p.ie
telN .1 story for the bard times
There has tfen nothing of import
ance don in the lei.b.ttire excej.t
wliat we ive elsewhere. We vvill ive
full reports of the actions of that body
after this issue.
The Imocrat says that some nights
a 1,0 some one fired three shots at Hey.
A.J. Hen-ley, of Mchoweli, who now
lives at lint hei fordton. None of the
shots to' k effect. '
. liev. Mr. White began teaching in
the Academy on last Monday. Ills
terms are from $lto$2 per month.
After a bruit two months the. public
school will begin.
We beg to apologize this week for
th small amount of reading matter in
t he IJK i)i:i), which is ncca-sioned by
our compositor severely cutting his
hand and being'unable to work.
A. P. Miller, of Washington, former
ly a mica dealer of this county accom
panied by Messrs. John Collins and
T. Koyal Waite, of New Haven, t.,
passed through town eurout to Mitch
Willisfioodruuiji'ol. had the pleasure
of cuttting down on la-t Monday two
locust trees in front of J. S. iysart's
store on main street, that he had set
out forty year-; ago. Willis says they
have sen pietty rtuh tiir.v.iince ih.-ir
n T;ie-ilay of Jr.st v,e 1; Mr. Will
i McDo -i.tbP w.'i uf oi;r lov.'iisiiian (, d.
John ilcDonald, ras jjirried in C C
hntta, (Ja,tO Miss Hat ie Sammons. ;
Will is a popular and wort by young i
man, and we extend our congi at illa
tions. Eilitor Carter, (f th nutlnr
fordt.ii Herald, was Kftistcd a tW
ilayu a;o and imprisoned on tl:e
chai!) that li; liad thrown ivw.'k
(iirough the w indow s of the oll'U'v of
iX'jujoorat, a coinjictitor of hi.-;
Mr. Charlcfi Mackay, agod years,
died at. his hoice eight milo west of
this place, list Tiiesda. He was a
highly esteemed citizen, and was once
a county ciii)ini..:-ioner and afterwards
a magistrate. Ho leaves eight children,
aiiioo t,1iI!i Wr- Jul,n Mackay, register
ol deeds at Asheville.
Marrictl !v John li. Dwnton on
tho Mth of .: 1SH4. Mr. M. D.
(uorn and. Miss-Jano tliljiis.
On lhrumUr UTtJi JM, Mr. .!.
(I. Simmons ar.d Mi?s Suihii A.
U11 January Stli lblX, Mr. V. S.
Tavlor and Liis Khoda Harris.
Past Saturday night a thief broko
into W. li. IJatliJPs (Jrocery Store,
built him up a tire in thestuve,brougiit
a bucket of water and opened a can of
baet. He eat, drank, warmed and
stayed all' night and left everything
else as ho found it. Mr. Pallid' says he
didn't leave an v moaey to nay for his
Many stubborn r.nd aggravating cas
ts of rheumatism hat were believed to
b Pa-arable and accepted as life lega
cies, have yielded to ( li.uiiberlain'sPain
P.alm. much lo the sur:-pri:e anil grati-
licution ot the 5i t!'erers.. One anplica
tioii will relieve the pain and sutlering
and its continued Use ' insures an ell'cc
tual cure. For ale by Morphyvv
John F. Morpbevv, who w as the fusion
candidal for.' he legislature, and w ho
was defe-Hted by Pen P Crawford-returned
from liaieigb. where he went to
r .mtest M r. (.'rawford's seat. Mr. Mor
pbevv says that ho ret.nrr.ed to Marion
to secure additional evidence, a lid that
I upon inv est igat iui he linds that the
j port ion of the regisira.ti.oii book from
j t to Z hasben destroyed. His stata-
meiit is veruieu uyoiner responsiuie
men. The boox was in charge of Peg
ister P.row n. but during t he r cent lire
was carried out of his otlb e w ith t ther
valuable book", ar.d anne ine took ad
vantage of the epporl unity ard des
troyed the records of registration.
This will cause no little, trouble as a
new registration of r,.ters will have 10
be ordered by the cumuli-Monet's. Mr.
Morphevf exonerates Mr. Provvn from
all blame in tlw matter, and Mr. Uroivn
regret f- very vnu-U that i'jc resist 'at
I. '.ok .v:is t j.'.o 1 ' .
lorn Uale -rav- an c.'eant t-artv t
the Mkcor; oil J. st night. (nir tie
tdites were preM-r.t: Air. J. j. :ilkey
and ?4iss Jim Ponon, Mr. !:..! Hulej
and Miss Jim fiilkey, Mr. hvrlesA.
Kobbittand Mi- P:h,.p (iilkcy, Mr
l.ob .ilLeyat:d Mi-s Ton; Dale were!
a iijii? Hit. m..t ..-.., ..t 1 .. .1..- --
c .upie.. About 11 oVio kJMr. iii, I Ul111 S Ollt of tllC old S land . hut 7p nro nnw
(iilkey waseaacht hu-oi.j.i I)rir(rt.r j
and . m h co.ulm t being a violation of IlLteCi ll 111 t JIG HyaillS SlOrC HOUSC, DOXt
in stif-b cases, ti:e p irty v. a
-v:lli,V CTd torc,i i Marion, I
;l?tl (, "l'YaSka cotinuance oftlie patron-
thai x have received from the people of
tins community. Thanking you for the liber
al favors o the past. I am Very truly yours.
T a a y . -
atonced - C mnr fO T IP Kjmficf ( 1 hnvr. 1 tt-W!-
elared null and vodnn,t .,,v.jri L'v 01114
w a requested to gt home. The "la-die-
kicked aJittle about having to leave
siudi good coma?:y, but they wore
pronij.tl "ihvd" out of the door, i lit
lit vui will give a cake walk next
week in honor of its d( iinijiier.t subscri
bers. No man admitted un'ess he is in
arrears, and this rule will let the ma
jority of our subscribers take advan
tage of the festivities.
Cariton ''ornwell, foreman of the
tiazelte, Middhtown, N. .1 . believes
that Chamberlain" Cough Koimdy
should be in every home. He used it
for a edd a:-d it ellei-ted a speedy cure..
He sayc: l'lt is in leed a grand lemedy,
I .can i'eco;amenI it to all. I have also
seen it used for whooing cough, with
the best results." 25 ami ."') cent bottles
for sale by Morphew !c White, Drug
gists. A t ake Walk.
A cako walk wa. given last Monday
night at the l leinniiiig ilvt-P and a
very large crowd was in attendance.
About a o'clock theyralk commenced
and all the cottjdes walked in the iost
graceful piani:er, but t'.e com in it tee
said Dr. White and Miss Mamie Sin
clair, were the nvis.t jjrraecfu! walkers
and :b" 'c-ai!u 1.: - a v!;.r .!.--' u thvinTlh,;
sec I.!-' "w .;: ,Aci .1!". 'a: a.-,
Ciil::y AifH Mi VSrie (i rubor, a a '.!..
1 (.'.by prii.e wry jj.ve.i av. J. IP ile.-.i-phil!
and Mrs. C. F. !'. (iraber.
The entertsinmeiit was somsthiag
new, a;;d All Die young folks enjoyed
themscdTcs Iniirely until a late hour.
A. 'x T
Bring us all your produc .
McCALL if COX LEW
Mr. Tm-iilMli-s ?Iarrfjs-o. shoes sit fsi.
TLo following from tho ilornn- j Wo have CO) pair of men's-, k.
ton Jl.jraid was crowded out of our d:e?r and chiliircti's i( av' shoes
j for sale at cost !
A ESohl Tiiief.
Past Friday morning a young mulat
to by the name of Sam Poice, of North
Cove, came to the store of Nichols P.ros
and waited to sell a cow, and bargain
ed her to J. (. Nichols, saving he
.votild have to go home, a distance of
about PS miles, and bring- the cow next
da v. He arrived somet'tne after dinnt-r
Satrday driv ing a very poor cow Nich
ols was over bid by Lewis Whit, on who
b-!can:o her owner.
After piirelusing so.ne arti; its Pouv j
fi'ivot nro t..w ui.tii about ;
o'clec!- in the afternoon, vr hoi; he r.er.t !
out to a row of feed sheds in t lie rear J
of Nichols' store, unhitched, mount-;
ed and rode sheriff (Jardin's horse up j
Main street, and stoppin,' in front of j
the KagSe liar, sent in for .ume wliisky, I
a ad :i'i r ge. ting it he jro ceded on j
his way up North Main street, and !
last issu-o :
"La.-t nit-lit at 7 tod at the vth- I
o.lis't chu'vJi, .Mr. John Tttrtiliil,
of Marion, was married to Miss I
Ileniiie Anthony, of liitrko.
Tlio party. caine in in tlio follovr
in o;rlrr: Mr. M. A. Phi for, Mr.
V:T. I'owe;, Mr:i:. T Clavwell,
Mr Jel.n I'lxsiM il; Mr J. Y, Wil
s n, Jr., Miss Uovvdcn; Mr. (jilkev,
Mies Anthon v Af r. ! TurnliilK Mr
Martin; Mr. (k-oro Antliony, Miss Wli?lai chairs, springs, taldes,
Ilennie Anthony. J und safes. All who aiv in noed of
Tiie Pride was drc?sod in a lau-1 such tiling can find m-j at A. 15.
nun " v 1 1 I of-ji" vM.ne r'tHii.i i;;i
.- 1 vi; 1; ' 1 i . ai d v
: :ii (it.-) IV ! l.ll'X
m(iiV, always ii;ir
formed Pv Ilev. il.
The Pride is a daughter of one of
our well-known and highly eisU-fin-
d citizens, Mr. . It: lip Anthony.
Tho Pridal .arty were given a re
eeption hy Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Sitn
mons at their house on Lenoir
Ail p.t?n-ons indeideil tiune Pv
note or account will please settle
Sai d 3 i (iu lh. l ire.
I haxi saved beds-tends, buroatis,
i :,e c-ro-j 5,; ,M
( !;:();. A. (Iiikky.
!:!; il;o iii.;! 1 fya.xi.s 3ior
'h V; v;v Hr. Oii-:--. .W'ehav
TIIK JKWL I'.LIL
t i "e Insuraiico
Plenso giyo me
ompany and solicit votir oatt'otia-n
J5tiilding. wl-re I
Ke..j a good line of
Hardware. Mv stock
Ag. nt for a go.d
My oflice ia-lit tls old Craij?
To merit your p:d
N ill be more complete
1 ian ever. JL.
ronago by honesty at
"w. i?. vJotnte;
fair dealing, I ap,
I.KW1S Maidi x, I'kksihent.
I.. I. MePoi i Casiiikh.
I5i:SBA'E'I-: K'rX'FK Ditro.NSTOUV.
CAPITAL $50 OCO
M..-a!l & Con lev.
iKWp VN !)
:r.w I. AM),
ari-on. N. ('.
mmi l mm,
T2ufni:d of the Jky ami Koyoitu
The l-'orum for January, under the
title of "The hand of the sky and be-j praetic
j OHO, Ulll ill ll M 11 CUUIMtti; JIIU 1 HIM"
ou-dy illustrated article from the pen
of Mr. Prank Presbrey, desc.'ibing a
recent trip ovr He of the Sautli-
era Kiitway, hich ia ...i.ic 01 min
ute information for Southern travelers,
giving a sketch of every place of resort,
town, city and of all tho leadi' g hotel?.
Asheville v.hich, is aptly termed ' The
Pand of the. Sky," is fully and graphi
cally described, as are the resorts of
Ploi ida. it may surprise many readers
to learn from Mr. Presbrey's article.
ATTOIlN HYS ANI nH'NSEPI,! IiS
MAPION, - - . t N. H.
e in the courts of the, 10.
11, and 12th district?, and: the. Su
preme court of X. ('.. and the r
S. C.'urts of Vear Diitri.-t .( f
We have Serial facilities f,r handling tie buncss of Merchant,
a.ul olhns in V,'e,tcrn XorM. ( aroliio,. If you have no liank account
ur think of a change, we will !.c g'a 1 to havo pu convKnd ith un.
about nightfall the SheriH 1) m:i rea.iy , tj.,t te South now jK),-v.s,es a great
to st .rt home, went f.-r In, lioi-s-e ciiiy ; railiroatl ..yslera owntil hy one corpo
to lind him gone.and upon Inquiry w::i , rat:oili t.f "which Mr Samuel Spencer .is
t.d.i of lioice riding him oiP j president, t nibra i:;g about thirty
About!) o'clock the shoriiV accom- ! (,ine,.,,nt r0?t vitl ..rSo Ii:iI(.s (jf
panitl ty a deputy, started in pu.s.rt of j ( .,(.k wJth a f1)sr,(, ni.u,:,zenK.nt. ,i
Ihief and horse, tvhich he found about j (. ,M, , mi, jf ..The Southern Kail-
Have opened their Grocer Store in th
they are prepared to furnish the public w
everything in the (iroery Line.
We will also h ive our Livery Staba
equipped with good horses and vehicej in 2.
A. B. GILKEY & SON
FGI1 SALE CHEAP
d miler; north of town. Lie had tarried
wav." and reaching every part of the
at system are
th.? horse loose and gone to bed at Mrs. j S(V"(ii an(, So.!th v.t
Polly Pralg-s, but the slier; It d.slurbed r:l(lsi.,u1,rarea j,, thN
ioinmber about 13 o ciock ana ar. cm-. w llh.htuimil a ,i i)AMVil o, and the cottage
ed linn ami nayeu mere uiu t me nt.-w i pflst 'jvnne.ee, Virginia and ;eorgia.
iay- Mr. Prebre.v lias done full justice to
They arrived in town Sunday about L vc.rv diir.euli lak .and his article is
ucor and a preliieinery hearing was
had before Ktip Nichols. The j rio;ier j
waived the evidence and was taken on
the ear-'-bou ml train to Mcrgamo ' jail, j
lie denied having stolen the cow all !
the time, but acknowledged to ridin.r
the horse oil'. Mira S.ott, a colored;,
woman who lives r.boiit three mi
not only readable from the fa-;t that it
possesses literary and descriptive merit
of a higii order, Put because of the full
information it gin.-; of great value to
thes-who contemplate a trip to the
'South for either health, pleasure or
I'be Sou; htrti Kaowa v lias mu! Mn
from town, came in bright ami early ' Vn.!.hr(.y-:i iI)t cresting article neat y
I3'l:ilxri' ami SJh'I'iujjii 8S'1':j(-1
I Ntiiii;ty uifiiiiiDH.
4 ASRS FifkbT TROPRTY in
Marioii tor le.-ideiii-es. Thro;1 room
stable, fruit trees grape
vines, excellent well of water, etc.
This is a high and beautiful loca
tion, and. on a good .-treet. Will
go at a bargain in one PA or will
sub-divide t" suit pur:haer.
1G ACRE TRACT "-fourth milt-
from 3 Js depot. fb.d water, and
land lays; well. Will divide or sell
in a let.
ONE CLOCK LOTS 1 niile from
cotirtiiou.se contuining small house
jlounay morning ana swo.e io u.e cow ll0Um, in p.u,,iilet form and a copy can
and took her home. He had seen- : ill j , haJ hy ,;il,.lo.,nsr a -,-rcnt stamp to
ttie money laat naa oeeu pan ikiu :iu ; y. K T(rk (;lMlfr:l ia5.Bf.?,.r Agent, , . . , ,
Pewis was out ho.h money ar.d i ow. Wnl;iiittii. D. ('.-The ih public V'V r'1 " ' i
, , , , --hin-i-;u. I. . u. Jan. 1, ls-.C. SnRti3 iM LOTS
ity of Clumbei -Iain's (dugh Peinedy.
Pavis iV: liu.ard, of Vv"et Monterey,
t . I . . I i .. I
r.KU Li.il . ...I.. .a, . 1. r 1
1. ( . 1 id ire itilii m. nerman, w no jll-l cio:;h eiioiiit ioi o inao.ii
wv-re c.nvi."ed of libfd and seiiieneed ,,r pollltrv farms. I'rk" o
t.toaevear. nppeai-'i. nau an aovei
de;ion fr.un the Supremecourt, pnt
a few da sin pri- a ami Wt re then
Vo.j.hew A- W bio.1 r;ir'" "tu v -
I breathing Abbeville's fre-hair.
m 1 '1 he men. nat urally. heard thnews
of their pardon Saturday w-th uiom--takabl-
delight,, l ie y remained ineo;-.-lineivient
until Sunday afternoon at
; o'clm i.. Jo. S. Adams Po.. re'erm-d
fri:o Kib-iirh bearing in hi r.oel.e' th
paper sign - l by the ove
w '..!! r:i uvri fr-e.
'! i ,T !! x '.- .-ese'.T
j eo, le that our plt. s'eians c Id do
nothing foi. We persuaded tliem to
j try a bofle if Chamberlain's ".ugh
j Pemedy and they now reeommeii 1 it
with the rest of uh " 2", and ."i cent hot ,
' t i's for sale by
I have eoiiu-
b.-autiful lots for S10 to each.
5 ACRE TRAClS- T-n of ho
As fluent for otlers I have a list f
LARSE AND SMAU FARMS
one of which is the ch-brated
" 1 Hardware
..... ... ; : , .
ui all nm.
At Ieatli"H Door.
A we. go to press e are pamrJto
learn of the serious illnes of Jtr'h
Newland. ls-y-ar-old son of i r. M. A.
Newhii.d. He was tri--ken with some
KlvCt !' I'J.Vi; r,o:-')!e :e ' i' h- i-r--
.1.. -. : - :' - .' . . :i.O! ' j.. ;
i to .';;:! .7
1 Iptveii hill assoitiiipiit (f all kinds of hardware, inclu
ding Buildav supplies, such as nails Io.'.cs jui:1 liin;3.
also, paiiitil and white lead, i have a line line of Guns,
hothbrc'apii-and muzlc loailuis.frwn 8- 0uptj$40 00.
I W. p,. PatlitlYau beUKjadin the rmr J
old Mand with a fresh line of (Jro
teries to accommodate his old patrons
Uh prices to suit.
j It was reported hen
tempting to arrest an
ie Sort (
' tint whi e at
oli'puiler of tle
Uw, Sbernt Woody, of Yancey county.
is shot, but not fatally.
You needn't hollow now thinking
tph'i-!' i -. rid pl:ee t o l..ck you up. A
4ev and substantial calaboose has jut
i n completed on J. Neal's lot.
"I know an old solder y . ''-'
chrnnie diarrhoe i f loi.g 5taaCi.nL f-
hivebeen permanent Jy cured bj taking
'hamb'rlains Colic, Cholera and Iiar
rhoea Peniedy," says Kdward huinpik
a prominent diuggitof Miniieaj olis.
Minn. "1 have sold the remedy in this
-Vii pri's. ;.-, irii.t p .. i .'
Ulanton nirst call at mc"and ' i-;
tie. also p.-rdis running account.-,
mu.st si?tt!o. and no moiv can l.'i
; ,;. . - v
w as eUsol.
the books, a- the t--t:ite
city for over .-even years and consider must bo closed. liig rcduetioji in
it superior to any other medicine now aj jj, ol' :lt.r.'!iandis.-. Call .-arlv
on the market f. r bowel com;p!aint-.- furt;u.r (r,,uI,le.
J5 and ,0 cent bottle of this remedy.
for sale by Morph.ew .V White, I rag-i J EM. and -d 15 PANTOS,
oits. i Atlmijiistrators.
A Mather Hoi st-vliipif
On last Monday ir. Chirioro-. M'-s
May Hirt. cowhided a dry good clerk
a:d llirt named ..John Ptlane. Mi.-s
Ii in afterwards indieted Delane P r
.iamk-r. She hid been engageu to him
: for tlve years ard sayi Ielare aetel th
! seoundeel with hr.
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Pik'-rcvi1.1.." r-ad. in Mitch-i
.v. )! the i p of th- bl.'o i
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-1! pr-es and kind-, it.cluding the. .mlorirnted Xtw I'atron
'-u- : !K;'ire:ijiii3 ?v.-s of all kin !s and prices.
I dM'a;H: kdiids of T n Koo!mg anl ijuiic-nn?.
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ot t!ie ?, C's r- ad.
ody ..f thi- land h
i in w.ij-v t v:n.
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a X." 1 ' r r I i - , ,i ' n i .Mailing I'll w.' un.
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: -n ... ..... . .i-.rixn 1 mul T.r.rir.t aMontirvri.
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I1' .r'l'tlSt 'v. ft W.h in mv line ut thuvery lowvst price possible
the hardwaro iiUiiuen, I think I am
i.j vf-ry lowvst
C.i'ii on or add re-s.
Morganton, N. C