WHAT !i:.V!:i. SA' HE1
WO TERRIBLE FIRES.
L. T. MeLotri', Casiiiek.
ltTl al tli! po to'ticeul Marion, N. C.
S r-cond class nuttier.
KL'LK.-t WE Ixis't Mrt'K. j
X sutu ripi willrK- t I'-un it t!
p:iiil for ' .viva (.-.. !
i.-;V(. t-i-nt-t jxt l:n" f'r :ilt !;ti;.;!-! u. 1
N'o 'ntnli'l:tls''fl'Mi)iMii--m-r;ts j
lNhed unfits p:tiil for in adv;w-.. j
ltit til:-tin- Ta i- out -i' I i"' p-t j
l,-jl nofif" 10 c.-nts pr !is!f ;"! j
llr-t in-rtioii, .i (-nt-: tlnTi'iin-i. j
PNjday -?-:- f- -i ; " j '"'" j
A c-rr''vp'i!i(Icnt of the S
O.n-'ty H-imU, ?-:yp th:;t -.vli'n
KHmiond- IV -arson was -peaking
(::' i : : r n iririit?r of the jj-wjiel
'tro.-e iinu jinked Iiiin wlmt li jro-
d t ) do if ho v.f lit to C(rfrfes.
warn ftcjcv'n i p cprinHT nrp-.T
! CARS AND FREIGHT BUP.r;
r r . r r t j n K A t I : -.
1 1!:- v
Tim ' Month -
1 1 '
l'or ( ''inpcs.
IV. T. (KAWFOKI
For .rii"1r ?i- ,":cf,
VI. U.roi N( 1 1.;
W. C. XKWIANH,
T,r Hi" Sfitc S:nni. I'M I'i.-lri
:ivi; .i. irsTK i:,
..f Mi-DiAVi l!. :'.!ul
i.-. i:i f.is ;a ni N r.ir,
of Ynii' i y.
For th" l.t'ui.-latu-i',
.i:v. v. ccau'ioi;:).
Tor Clerk of tin- S-?ari
f.i:o. if. ;ak!-i ::.
Tor Kcjfisler of 1'eeil-
.i. n. iukcix.
For 'oroiu r,
T. M. HALF..
TO T1IK i.OM.
On next TuoI:y tin people will
he culled on to deride the future
destiny of North ('arolin.-i. It is
loft with tin; people wliotlior they
arc in favor et endorsing the Dem
ocratic putty, with its clean record
for honesty, economy and progress
in all hranches of state government,
oivhi'th!r they are in favor of
turning tho affairs of onr country
over to the nondescript, illegiti
mate, intangililo and tiiiprip.riph'd
fusion party that lias formed an
unholy un:on merely for the pur
pose of placing the ofi'icrs in the
state in tliehand.-; of sufdi jioliti.-dl
traitors as Msrioji i'utr and dh--rs
of his strip .
They have preach' -d hard times,
and a dearth l business over the
state to deceive the honest yeo
manry. Any man with a grain of
brains knows that if the hard times
are attril ntaVlo to the actions of
any party, that party is tlieRcbub
licans. Even the greatest livintr
Uepuhlican, .lolui Sherman, .-ays
that no political parly is responsi
ble for tl;e money crisis. We do
not agree with him, for we believe
the republican party, with its pen
sion frauds, robber tariff, money
legislation, always in favor of na
tional banks and Wall Street, and
tgainst every soiit'.u rn institution,
is solely responsible for the panic
we have gone through fo oer two
The Democratic party is the
only party under Heaven that,
sympathizes w ith the people of the
South. The I'opulists, like that
fool calf that left its good mother
and ran off after an old Republi
can steer, will find out thedin'er
t ncc between them when milking
time comes. l)o;i't l e fooled into
voting the fusion ticket. lon'l
vole tor a man o:i that ticket. I;
is a fraud, and a political scheme
to place certain men in oiliee, and.
not for the g od of the eouiurv. No
politician who is hor.e.-t wouM ask
you to support a ticket 1 a.- d on
principles which arc s fa? apart
!s the principles of the Third part v
and t li3 Repuhl cans.
arty favors the othci
every single jnstanci
only one thing they agree upon,
and that is that they have men in
hot,h parties who want ottices, and
anything Lord to get them. Wt ;
th.' iVmocnrie ticket and ytut will
vote to sustain a progivsshe, hon
est and clean 'government in the
interest of all the people Vote the
confusion ticket, and you will .e
for a political conglomeration of
inconsistencies and political ras
cal ty, the like of which has never
been s en before.
To the polls then, Democrats,
and save North Carolina from 'the
disgraceful attitude the cenglom-
t lint lie would
-lation of tho )emo
rl rev rs-: the policy
l...iit i.ny n:.r-t ' 'ii'oerat r
l'i .pv.Iis; V..U- for him .'
lie;-:; is w!:a( ; would do:
1. He would resiorii tli" I' '": ral
elecf law, v. hic!i was a menace
to l-i efiy :u co t the j; "pie
.:,.". r'v) l.i-annually
2. lb- would resi.;e the TOO of-
:"ie-:. jiboli.ji.-d bv ti-e Democratic
.arty, together with the 700,000
these ottk. s cost ni salaries.
P,. He would rej.eal the ir.o.-t
stringent anti-trnsl law that lias
eer lorn n:e-:s(i, in oiuer u;:u
these trusts may h-vy tribute upon
the Ameri'-an peoide, with impu
nity as heretofore.
!. He would replace the I)( in -
erat-t-irilV biil by the McKInley
bill, v.!;:- !i means that 1-e would
tax the Am- riean people $ !0;),0M:
(;("' s.iel to them annually by the
D.-moeratie ! ill. He wf.ub.l resfore
i the ov. agrieulttiral m)l"ine;its,
I cot ton k ie-. i.ile .a'.".'i:ur, binding
Iwiueand tie; olh"r ope liundred
or more articles placed on tie? free
list, lie would incr::a::e the ax on
loien an'l oiner cioimng, no.i,
, i . . ! .i ...
coat ana numerous ihiu'l uun iw.
upon uhicli the tax was so greatly
reduced. He would give the sugar
trust '.'()( ).()',!() insteadof ),00(),-
t;()t) and deprive- the government of
. !:' ,MM),(!!li) of revenue. He. would
release tie' millionaires of the ob
ligation to boar their proportion of
the burdens of government, and
raise all "revenue by a tax upon
the consumer, as the income tax is
apart of the Democratic tariff bill.
o. He would restoiH the oxemp
tion from taxation of $.o-l,0r.K),0i.i0
of U. S. Trjusury notes which Dem
ocrats placed on the tax int.
0. He would reverse the Demo
cratic noliev as to pensions by
which. i?2,J05.71:;.G5 were saved to
7. He would restore sectional
ism, so that no Southern man
could occupy any high position in
the adminintrativn d" tiic govern
8. lb' would restore to
road : oroorat ions the ma
kn of acres of land which lh;
Democratic p-uiy has rescued an
returned to the public domain.
(J. He would slop the minis fron
coining silver and allow the Slier
man Treasury notes to remain out
standing as a menace to our
reserve, and vole against fret
age of silver.
V). 1 fe would substitute e
agance for eet.nomv: fraiu
l . -i.il mtv (sometimes (
t'on ) for a revenre t:
T!ie FiO-T!irrial !It : Sin!!:
rfonitoH I'fclroyel 1
On last Sunday morning th?
hmrest lire eer in A-hovi!!e oc
curred, which destr yr-d t)e freight
dep-.t, Vi.ght freight cars, n large
amou'it of freight, and all the.pa-p-
!-, and r- c rds in th!i office.
Tiie lire was di.-coveretl aiut
.- '-'..i r. -1 -. - liii-.ntiinf iv .ioht
enman JJ-ivis, a .t everv t:un
was made- by the fire company and
citizens t save the propertv, but
i the loss if. estimated at ! K
! The CiLien as tliat while the
.SZXEVILL,r, X. c
Ir.I.lTri STATE 'DEPOSITORY.
CAPITAL $50 0G0 SURPLUS $25 000.
Wo Lave Special facilities for handling the business of Merchant? j
or think of a charge, wo w ill be g'ai to have you correspond w ith vs.
woik of moving the cars was done?
a tank'of ( il in no of the cars ex
ploded with terrific force, hurling
frngmeirts of the wood work, and
boxes of merchandise in every direction.
Road Foreman Jim Moore was
sleeping in the seeord story of tho
tower of the building, and iiad a
mirrnw cseaj)!. 'When he awoke.
everything around his bed was
burning, and Moore jumped from
the window, receiving painful iu-
en TtriM-'oiMrox". i.os-.
On last Friday night the hand
some new hotel, the Iso-Tiiermal,
was -completely with ail its con
tents deployed by lire. The loss
falls h -.ivily apon Mr. Outline, U13
proprietor, and a lar.-o stockholder
in the property. It is also a great
loss to the town of Rulhcrf jnltou
and its most hospitable, people.
The town had ' become :v favorite
summer n sort, and this was the
only hotel of any importance.
Eleven Krasoiss W2sy 'Vliis Stato
Will io lenocraic.
Ropuliids who denounce tho
Democratic party denounce the
following honor t legislation:
1. The income tax
2. Free cotton bagging,
o. Free cotton ties.
4. Free agricultural implements.
5. Abetter anti-trust law.
(). Abolitionof th.e sugar bounty.
7. Fifty per eiM't. reduction on
S. Fighty-nine per cent, reduc
tion on woolen yarns.
'J. Seven tv-seven nor cent, re
duction on woolen shawls.
10. Seventy-two per cent reduc
tion (.n weole- blanket..
11. An average reduction ot 'o
per cent on almost every article
that enters into general consumption.-
Now, farmers, if yi;u are blind
vou may vote the fusion ticket. If
you c-uisiutu- your own inter; --Ar.,
you will positively vote the Demo
cratic ticket next. Tues lay.
A Ci'.ov.'i) of Wasiinptc:i newsboys
mc'.t li.ivc tlnu.?M tho laillcnninuiliad
conic tl:e other clay whoa a portly, re.l
f.iceil peiillenian oal'.e;! thi'ri c round
biiii on t!:;; stiv-it (.-. rner a.ud lican
jiroscrit'li.T t'lcm with '.";;; :aonds. It
dovelopc 1 tlmt the'r n;,--i r'ous Lo:k-fa-.!'u.r
v.a- :i V.a-.h:r.jtc:i 1 r;v,-er who
iial Mi.l-tonly 'nnc Sn:s.v.-ic. lies rj;::a
d.-rod r.h.-.tt cL-vcn hur.'.Ifetl dollars i:i
GENERAL HEV3 ITEMS.
rAiiAii:APHEi rois - the
At Clinton, S. C, lire destroyed
a warehouse with 500 bales of ct
con. The first snow fall of tho season
occurred -hi Montana Thursdav
Mrs. Marv A. Wood ridge, corres
ponding secretarv of the World's
W. C.T. U, died Thursday eve
ning in Chicago.
Howard Ciaskill, a young man of
Newherno, as "drowned in Neuse
River last Thursday, by falling
from a steamer.
Two passenger (rains collided t
Henderson on Oct. 7th, injuring
several passengers, and damaging
tho two engines.
On the night of the 2d!h Oct.
a terriilic liail st(jrm passed over
Raleigh. The hail was said io be
as large as pigeon eggs.
T. C. Oower, a prominent citizen
of IJrcvard, was drow cd in tho
river near that place last week,
while bathing, says tho Hustler.
The Japs have defeated the
Chinese in two recent engagements.
The Chinese soldiers murdered the
Rresovterian Missionary, Rev. Ja
Wylie, while on tho inarch to Co-
For particulars ad
dress, A.C. TATE, A. B.
LVncipal, Old Fort.
m mm mi
lpH F MORGANTON, N.. C.
I i'feM 1?urIar 1roof Vault, Patent Time Irfi
7 s.."5St:rjjig Chrome Steel Safe for ('!, n,
Tti frPrjjHfefi,";1 ri ii --. I lur ,lsn and
R-fciHi York and other TrudY '
teliif Centers bought
ply kjgjg an.l sold.
3z!Z-2. Lanking hours 9 a. m. to 3 r. ,r
xamyom u-1 ww J L . , J ,
NEW - "FAIL GOODS!
Hie t nanotto street torce m
terracing the street near the old
cemetery on Poplar Street. to the
proper slope, several graves were
dug up. The skulls and bone
were taken out.
YnSimblc Presents Free.
We wish to introduce our Ssiem Pills
iuto cverv boinc. We know ih-.il we inn
v.f.ictu-e the very best remedy o:i 'ah for
the tiire of Consumption, IJillionsDcss, Sick
IleudacliC, Kiduey Troubles, TorpiJ I-ier,
flc; niiJ lliit when you have tried these
i!!3 un will gladly reco.nmeiia luera 13
o;lief?, or tiike an :ienc-y, anJ in this way
i shiill have a large, well-Hying demand
As -i special inducement tor every reader
of '.his );iper to try these pills and lake an
arrnt-T t oru-e. we will give to cicli perscn
who sends twenty-fire cents in cash, or
thirty cents iu stamp?, for a box of System
Pills, one of the following presents;
Handsome (lo'd Watch, a good Silver
W:iU-h. a Valualnable To-n l ot, a Genuine
Diamond Hing, iiCfiskct of Silverware or n
Genuine $3. CO Gold P"ece. Every purchas
vr irtt3 or.u o( tlie above presents. There
are no exceptions. Shaw IJeme ly Co
l-:ulherrord, N. J.
CL&atsiIi'3 da Siia Ciat-nett
is a certain cure for Chronic Koic Eyes,
GranuL-teJ Eye Lids, Sc-ro Kirr!c3, Pilav
fAZOcia, Tetter, Suit Illicum find tjcald lleac!,
o cents per lis. i or aia ty ci oggista.
10 nCSSS Ov-TETEP-S.
For pui'ing a hor in a faio hcali'-y con-
IdiUon try Dr. Ccdy's Condition l'owucra.
TLcy tone up the cv ;i023, aid digestion, cure
Madeline Pollard i3 out in an ? ' Z'
interview in w hich she announces nsw ,jVe t0 an ol1 o;.ovcr worked horse. 25
t: at site lias concluded to make
New York city her home, and would
turn her attention to newspaper
i i i
woik urn. meiauut;. g- QQp-TJj: HOVELS
An attempt was nad3 as-t week;
to wreck the Air Line train near!
i' iowery ienu, ty placing" iron
r.-uU a;"ro.t tho lri'k and -nikinir'-o a larpre '.C-i.ajrs illustrated
cents per pixckase. i' or sale cy druggista.
- Morphew & Streettnan.
AND A YEau'o t-l lliCUIPTlOX
1 lis is
W MIFF! LOW FlllCti!!
I have bousrht a new and large stock of
Dr Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, and
will sell them at the .Lowest Trices.
Groceries, Grain, Produce, &c. See niv
STOVES HARD WAKE AND LIME SPECIALTIES.
lie Gliok'cst, Largest and Cheapest Stoeiv of goods ever
offered m Marion.
Marion, N. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY
Prompt Attention Given to Work "Received
Estimates Furnislcd.es to Charges.
RETTJBN POSTAGE PAID ON REPAIltS
i'.-l 111 till:" !.--!!-- .
would d- it" he could,
vote 1'or Crawford.
oi ph nrr.:'.. lrcr:
nr. tor snaol:
Io not teaki
anv !' ti-i.- ion
'y if you cndo'".-v
;-( i.'s phitform.
Li-t evs-ry D-'i-meia , .-,( that tie;
nann's of mtreandidatt-.-? fur judg-.-;
and for Slalc I i""a ;-ii ;; r are on thi
tick.-ts. Don't fail in thi.-.
It is hoped that cverv
iii'nst !f with
uieci- will fatniliai i.
(ilh. in (ifi'- r li
repliant v may
1 v.--.i.::i i s
v- r.)-'.i 1
.!-. I live
i to re tiii-
j) i ... 14. . . :. . .. i- mairHU'ii-!ir U.M.1 .iut,r.M?
me.u uovmi, out inu nigmm u is- ; m, .,, nVr ,.g hiih.1.o1.I Toidcf. tlie
covered tiio obstruction 111 time to n.zm.. referred to, i a .litf-i-cUss I'iijii-
niWtllt a lot:l wreck. rcili-i with ;.ri-g ot ive, t;b-u;ur
i t .: Vi-t . :ni ! s'lun ii.t.'i i -s n sf k 1 iiirlrne
Adam Cook's iitih" child was j iiv sket-lji-a of f n.t -in 1 l.iuc.v ; mul in :he
hurn.-d tode.tth in Wautaugp. conn- ; Jit f 35 novs ro u-h tte:i...r-s a "a
i., !...' t;..,,. . l ... ..... i . n.. i Ur.ire t.owanl. t-v !Jo!)irrt l.oiii h;eve;iSi-ri ;
tv lasu Inuis-.iav, says ihe JJemo- , , i
. : ' J . i A IUiic isnn :i s l,e.iiiti-r, by i.ti.i .
crat, no one being present but a ; i; ,rct.. Nim-.ta, a most .lea?in-r story to
little shster wllo.s" hands and arms ! M. I", i ai'lo'-; A tli'idea anU B. tween
were badly burned while trying to Twu Si is. bv .he author of l)o: Thorne;
extirguihh the ilames.
The handsome residence of J. S.
Coxey, of Coxana, four mile."! from
Massillion, Ohio, was irarned to the
.fi'iiiul hist Saturday niylit. A
number of . outhoiwes were also
liurned, and but few household ef
f els v.ere saved. Tho origin of tho
lire is .supposed to have been in
'endi.try. The loss is estimattd at
? I0.f m.
l're;Ieiick-bitr?, Oct. 27. It is
The Truiu F It. by the iionin-ir wreer,
Uuli Uotnva.v ; alnl ilie .Moo-ct'.oiise Tr.ij;c
dy, r.itlier priisatiuual. Ly Air. Jane
Aus'.in; A llcroim, a iK-!iilitlnl stdiy by
Mis. Ufetca 11. buvU; Wall r'luwcrs, by
tlie poy.iiar Mm i )ii Ilai iai;.l. utei the iient
slt.ry Gui ty or Xot Guilty, by Ai'.i inda 'si,
Douglas?. .S;ate foibijj nei:tiuuil.g t! c
other novels but tl.t-y are :.!! ihe shd e
ii: jvli gra.le, pi.imiar. blight, lom.ctir,
.- i.!y. iiit'Testinr stori.'S.
'i'ltu 3j n-ve!s aV.l iliecurrert issnp of
Hoi:ii lu'.J Toiiitts w ii! be sent yon the dty
your order i3 it eei ved This wil". siidy
you with :i s 1 :?un's reading for a meie
son?; and will be nii.ireri nc-d bv nil i:i
U ii t J
J. A McDoxali), 1'ropriotor.
EXTRAST FROP1 A SERSON-
r N : ii 3 n i
.1 i:i--.i':or ip.;.'.';;:"!
c o; ull i:i tlie;
;;') ;i crac.:s
o :i ii$ r-.v :;n.
nke county i!e;
V'T fl: .i.'ll.
d l.-.-m li.irri,
and k:dv. .
! i.vA t:
- - J
Coot) crowds have ai!e:i
precincl to hear th" di'l'e!
didates speak during tlie p
Let all who favr pj;i 1
ne nl turn out and work f r ihej
straight Ib-moeratic ticket. i
I a ti:, y.
j rrotty ;:-:rl.
J l.o ii!tore..U
; the m i l.'?r
! iu-ly. lie v.-r.:;
' boarded rir.n .3
' young wom:;:i 1-
vvarJ t u?i
I.I... i,i,i ut ,.,. ,: ,..tl i
now known positively that the ex-j n j.-sxiiold Tones I'm. "o., P. O. Dox
press pouch whose hiding place was l jo New York c.Uy N. v
revealed by Charles J. Hearccv Con-, "
tained 011I3" tiiree dollars in iikmi 'V, j
one or two railroad bonds, some,
receivers' certificates and several j
....... ,...t.ia wi.ra i;i iuu.ll !
attached. It is also known that a.
man who was arrested in Charlotte', i
X. C, w as overheard tilling of the j .
recent train robbery at Aquia creek j
with such detail tnat it is suppos-1
ed he was connected with it. i
the merchasit politely for h::vin 1;
ri:-Afs'.: t'i:r c-ttnty "ciMnrais
sieners wi-re enterprising enuiiLdi
to build thne iron bridges, all tho
mossbacks miv the Dere.eeratie
ticket ought to be defeated. Don't
howl against the prorressiv spirit
of your county, ami then claim the
rep-pop pii-T t,. l e a party of i:i
U iligercc and proore.-s.
A iiar Trutlt .oi Ts:in:.
'Vlieu you hear republicans talk
in;; so knowingly tbout th- susrar
trust, just remind them that under
the MeKanl.-y law passed by their
I party the suar trust's proi;s wi-iv
the tar.h oi talci
I an asylum ca:.it-r
On tlu'i'Jth inst. at Areola, 111., 1
a terrible accident attended the lie-
publican nieelitii;. Just as the ;
train stopped and (lovernor e-,
Kinley was introduced, two men, j
Win. Layman and Thomas Douh- j
erty, cdehraled the occasion y. itii a j
dischanr-'" c!" a small cannon in tlie j
open space behind the depot, and
only twenty yards from the train. !
The first discharge v;i:s successful, j
but on tlie second the cannon was!
discharged prematurely and Lay
man suffered the loss of both eyes,
while Dougherty's right hand was
Mown oil" at the wrist and his right
eye destroyed. The accident, oc-
lenrre.l ilirniurli T 1. -irrl,nvtr f.itlt.itv
T a cra.v creature to 1 ""ly-";
than he ha,l .tared ta j to clos0 the vent-
: I IxTrr:i:sTixG acsnrsts appear from
y.y t:;l r.
ronr. h t .i.!
r::i. :::: 1 tha
l..Il, : th?
iNiumy - UK
Luunu 1 wn
Tne.M 3 V.'rxTwor.Tii nir.r.ixsox r.ays time to time concerning the rich depoa
that ho thinks t harlcs Se.raner ir.tro- its of poM ir. Oregon, the southern set-d'-eed
envelopes into the Cnlt-jJ i tlon c that state havin.? been de
Stiito. as t!ie senator hrotiht soir.a J scrihixl as tho most rroliQc g-oW-bear-san-plfs
of them horac with hira v.hca ir? re?on i" tho country. Jackson
ho returned to ".orton from England ! tn1 Joaophina coir.t:.?r, alor.e produced
in Col. Ilig-g-inson's first rcaollcc- I "early or.o million dollars of gold lat
tloa of e:-.ve!op-js goes back to ls-ja, 1 year. Durinpr the last forty j-ears the
when he saw them la Cambridge, JIass. I product of tluse two. counties has
This being- the case, the envelope ante- ! trnounted to forty millions of dollars,
dates the postage stamp in the United ' There tro twenty thcur and acres of
Suites. j pold territory in the counties of Jach-
j t.oa and Josephine, every acre of which
i'lif limniiK 011 011r Tate. j yields frt one thousand to ten thou-
..j liable u. i,K, HU.iwi.i; tuaj dolhj-s a rear in f,.lV n:A thn
THE ONLY LINE
SOLID YESTIBULED TRAINS.
erationists would put her m. She I just exactly four times as :rea! as
is all right and prosperous now. I under the r. -w Democratic law.
L"t's keep her right. I Mor-iamon 11,-rald.
il v. r l't wcil unit 55 vou clt-iinse it atei
bin il ii 11:1 ia ric!'.nr$3 t.n.1 purity. Dotan
ic 1 oi l'..hn, U10 rrcat blor.d iuriier an-3
''", 'a wl..i; y. a i.e !. Ore l-ottle i!l
c!i-.-ir y.mr -.nipI.x ion ami purify your
oli o.l. Tiy if I'riCfSl.t'O per lottle. Fur
sdi.' jv ti; hit '-.si 5.
ASK FOR VOUR TICKETS VIA
QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
territory i.-; abundantly supplied with
svater. Such a region Lu Sor.th Africa
or in a remote district of Australia
would attract tl.ror;;s of gcid hunters,
but as it is within i..sr reach by rail it j ... . .
'sc'.uacompuituvciy'iittie attention. ! children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Anr Apiil ml tk. E. 4k D.. E T. V. k O., or Qtwn 4k
frwit. ..U ftlv. jeu lAtKMtiM mm l mkt, nu
W. C. RINEARSON. G.P.A.. CINCINNATI.
Ky Itcv. T. D. Wii! "i.-iHiijasJ-.
"Siiine ofj"Oii ire making n jirent S'.va.-li
in Hfu and afttr a Tvliile you v;I! -
your faniilii'S lie irs. itii-1 i-s:n-,i iii
miiiist-rs ofilte gjspil to vi:ie tin. I lie a
ljout jour txctlLu-jies br.t'wc will not 'h
it. It' you s-n-J !). r'tv 1 w;.:l ti-il .:: w li.tt
my t'-xl will be : 'ile that T j , iii t ":')i
tor Ins own, uml tSi'cia!ly 1'ur th vie i bis
Oivi. 1 ou3.-!ii'U, a wor.'e t!i i i :i 11 li-'. 1-'
In litis J:ty, (!oJ lias tn-.c": tally i:li.jvoil
those ol us who have -i liiuiti-.l iucuinu 10
m!ie piovision fir our f.imdles tln.niili
the great Life Insurance Ooi:ipan;e.- :til . vr
the mad. 15y seme eell'-dei.ial on our part
we cm niac this provision f jr tho.-.) wu
slidll leave behind us.
! thtte miytliiug mere he'plcFS than a
woman whose husband !:a just died, uli:i
wilh her children at her b.-iclc, the 'o si.u'.
to light for bread? Shall she become n iiiv
ni.il iu some oue else's household? No
not t je one viio has bei.-n lyin 0:1 ou''
ariti all these years, mid tilling the h -u i-
hold wilh joy and light.
Ali, n.! Vou had bmUr have your ciHiii
made larj;e euough to t ike all vi it'i you isi
to thut l.tni u iirre they i.evir iie-.-ze or
llo'.v a man with ro Mirp'.us of rsin.e.
but stiil fnoigh money to pay t'je pi t-tn : t. u.
on a Life Insurance Policy, can rdusr to Jo
i ncd then look his children in -.t fire,
Htid jay bis prayrrs at niht oa truing to
bed, expecting thtm to be a'.iswertd, n a!
no slery that I have never been :de to lalj-.m. 1
i.ui,- fcujssome oue, ! mn u man of
small means, and I can't s'loru" t p iy tli
premium'' Thai is soinetiuns .ii uw'ful mi l
a gVuuine excuse, but rarely T:ie imswcr
tJ it is lhis:Ifyou ara too poor to support
your lam.ly slid pay for a poriry on jour
life, you are too poor to take the chance
of dying aul then leaving theu, depit-d id
the tujiport your oraiis und handj suppli
Lifs iasurancn is ihe only v. ay ever de
vise! to make now a liber U prov i-io i for
the fat tire wkh a s i nil an ouni o,' mouej"
OFFERS THE REST I.FH 4 Zi
MEATS Call on or Address
W. F. VGQL
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of my ford, cr.lt
. r h.-.ve ?ot the
in" in town, r.nd
;n ! )v d..vn,
I k:er.. it
w ill :;ty V:;il to
EXAMINE GGQD3 AND Fr.ICES
iK'fuiX' milking y):r juirt l.t!-'"'!1
I ei;n save y. i: inr.'-y.
Yours for low nrices iiii-1 fair
OlY r.s h.-i i)!'oft ri.-;inul v
w .lit'- s .r:
,, r at
DR. B. L ASHWORTH,
tiy.jician and Surgt-oii,
OLD FOSIT. .
3'- J-. 1
I THE BEST.
NO SQUEAK !Ni
And otter Relain" -Cectkmen.
aud Mime arc tM
Best in ihe World.
St dwicriptlTe odrcrtlr
meat which appear' to
Take no Cctstltite.
Int!t oa balas
J. S. flYSSRT. Mari'in.X-1'-
J urion. :;. C.
G. B. TKGMASON. old F..rt.