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MABIOlNT, UST. C, THURSDAY,
MARCH7J.895- XTO 9
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p:id for i advance.
Five cents per line for all obituaries.
Don't take the paper out of the post
nifie tinier you Intend to pay for it.
I oral notices 10 cents per line for
firt insertion, 5 cent thereafter.
Display ad $80 per column per year.
Mr. fJeorge Gilkey is quite ill.
Cant. Giaden, of Vein Mountain,
ii in town.
Messrs. John and Bratch Hemp
hill are i:i town this week.
Messrs. J. O. tJriflith and James Svott
were among Yancey county's citizens
in town this weei.
r h:is betin
See now of Swindell, the jeweler.
Mr. It. S. Meall in intown attending
Mr. W.CJ. Kwland,of Lenoir, is at
tending court here.
Col J. F. Morphew returned
Madiaou court Sunday evening.
Ilon.C. F. McKesson, of Burke, is
hrft attending court this week.
ileun.. Charles McKesson and Tf ill
PearHon, of Morf auton, are attending
,.the card of Dr.cieo. 1. Iteid, who
has located at Old Fort for the pract.ee
of medicine, in another column.
Mr It. B. Redwiae. an attorney
Monroe, was in town this week to
i.t in the prosecution of Secrest.
rostmasUr McCurry is erecting
,i.va little brick building to
ued for the post office.
Col J.. Hall, of Hickory," spent a
few days in town last week, in the in
terest of some insurance companies.
Call at Smith's shop, under Swin
and hare yeur shoes repaired.
1-irst daw work at low prices guar-
The damage case of B- M.
ton vs llenkle Craig !c Co
... and stands for
Tim legislature allowed MssrsJF
Morphew and Le Crawford - each
on account of expenses of their contest,
rise Mr. Morphew went to Kaleigh
Mr.John Craig and Miss Kula Annis
v o. e married at the home of Mr. f'.
nnis,th brides lather, at Xebo City,
.t Sunday evening. ! John Sea
" The public M bool for this district
ill commence on Monday ,llareh ISth,
... .i a .,in v. Tbe name ter.chers
:: jrar will b iu charge
diHtinct earthquake shock was felt
in Marion on Monday nigbl
nhock was heavy enough for
i.. f..el hut was mistaken by
o ir citizens for the train.
t.-i ..;n. Kntarnrise. whicli
I IIP ,airuii"i' --i-
suspended after the death of Kditm
u..m, has made its appearand agai;
. n:.i.,i .v M..tr. Elliott &
no is iiuunai"-" v
Gsrland. It is a newsy little sh.eot and
we welcome it on our table.
We learn that Senator Dula introdu
ced a bill in the Senate aurfcerine the
commissioner of McDowell county to
lfTy a tax of $8 0-0 to erect a new jil
in Marion. The court nouo
of repair, and the amount ought to be
large enough to provide for this.
By an excha.igcof ru'pits Ilev. i.
A. Hough, of Ttutherfordton, will oc
cupy the pulpit in the Presbyterian
church here next Sunday and Kev. Mr.
Whit will occupy the pulpit of that
church in Kutherfordton on tho same
We hate just received a copy of the
Free Lance published by Mr. Sam
White, a former Marion boy and son of
our townsman, Mr. T. A. White. The
naoer is published at Fond Creek, Ok
lahoma, and is a bright sheet. We wish
you much succesi, Sam.
The Citizsn says that M.Sherman
wa arrested in Asheville last week on
a charge of embezzlement, and spent
two days in the Asheville jail. He af
terwards gave bond and was released.
He is the man who has an application
tiled here for license to start a barroom :
Esquire VT. A. Lookridge says the
report that Mrs. Alford was frozen to
death in Dyeartsville is a mistake. The
old ladT does not live in that township
but across the line in Burke and is re
covering, although she was badly
frozen. He also says thero has not
been a cnminalaction tried in Dysarts
Tille for twelve months, and that the
people are in a very prosperous condi
tion. Mr. W. n. Westerman, a prominent
clrizen of Old Fort, who died on Feb
ruary 22, had his life insured in the
Hartford Co .for $10,000. He was
the sr.f.nr.sr case r.oas to kcthir
FORft MINOK CASES TRIED. 1
The criminsl docket of ourcourt was ' Captain (Jaddis has gone to Andrews
difno-ed of br Wednesday evening. i business.
The case of State vs. Westerman, '
charged with assaulting a youog man
named fteil with a barndoor, resulted
in a mistrial. Westerman gave a $400
bond for his appearance next court.
The Lewis women, Suiau and her
laughter Agnes, will give Marion re
lief for 12 Months at least. Judge Tim
berlake sentenced them to jail for one
year fortkeeping a bawdy house. They
wiil go to Kutherfordton and spend the
fciimmer in the iso-thermal belt.
Steve Hemphill, colored, of Need-
mere, a suburb ol uia tort, was sen
tenced to jail for six months for shoot
ing Ed. Crawford and Geo. Sandlin,
two young men of OH Fort. Crawford
f red two shot at Hemphill during the
row, which occured Christmas week.
State vs. W. H.Brown, assault; judg
ment suspended on payment of cost.
Joe Patton, who shot Jim Cowan, at
a negro dance in the gallows field last
winter, was sentenced to jail twelve
Hoke Secrest was brought here on
Tuesday from Kutherfordton, and ap
peared before the Superior Court on
that day. His coincil Mr. I). A. Cov
ington presented affidavits from sev
eral gentlemen to the effect that in
their opinion Secrest could not get a
fair trial in this County, and the case
i...i r t-
was removed 10 jiuiumuiuiun.
w'll be tried next month. Mr. Cov
ington lives in Monroe, X. C, and ap
peared for Secrest before the court
here some 17 years ago.
Several of the witnesses in the case
h ve died since his first trial. Some
are living, however, among them Kev.
J.C. Hartsell, Mrs. Alexander and
others, who came to Marion this week
to testify against Secrest. Mrs. Alex
ander is the lady who was in her gar
den and heard Secrest tell his wife as
they pa3sed that he would kill her if
she did not deed him her land.
He has cost the State several thou
sand dollars, and it is the general ver
dict of the people that if he does not
deserve hanging no man ever did.
State vs J Elliott, carrying pistol;
3) days in jail.
SUte vs. K;ng; $5 and cost.
Stale vs. Dug Craig, judgment sus
pended on payment of cost.
Stale ts J. Turner and Minnie Reed
State vs. Pete Tate, judgment sus
pended on payment of cost.
State vs. Burgin Holifleld, Wm. An
derson, Adam Carver and Charles
tjueen; not guilty.
State vs.Joe McEntire, assault and
battery. Paid the'c.osk
State vs. Arch McAl istcr, his wife
and son; judgment suspended on pay
ment of cost.
State vs. Will McAllister, a. and b;
four months in jail.
State rs. Thomas Martin and Lewis
Whitson: iudcnient suspended as to
Martin; Whiison fined $10-
State vs. Mills Cosby and Teague
Dobson, forcible trespass; Dobson ac
quitted Cosby in jail 30 days and taxed
HnvinT qualified as administrator rf
Hmrr Johnson, ret-eas d, late of VclowrIi
county, N. t; , tti is io notify ail persons
havirp clnirr.B ajrainet the rotate of raid
deceased lo ulucit them to the undcrpizned
on or lefore ;he 4ib dar of Jannai j, A. I
!S!6. or this notice will he pic aJ in bar of
tbir recovery. This January 4th l8to
' ii. F. i, rpl.Mv.
Aduiinit I rat or
Don't fail to see us next week, we
havn a comnlete stock of roods that
suits the farmer, McCall & Conley.
rrora Dr. Landrum.
To the Churches of Green River
Association Dear Brethren:
Allow m to call vour attention
to a matter, the importance) of
which I feel only needs to be men
tioned in order to have done, as it
is iust and richt. Our belored
liberal and hard-worked clerk
lirother A. L. Rucker, has pub
lished tho minutes ot last session
, tho delay of which was not hi9
fault), at an expenso to him of not
less than $14.5, with an extra loss
of twenty or more days, seeing to
petting them out. Now, brethren,
fchall he not be paid? Can we af
ford to fail? What say you? It
ig but a small matter for 36 chur
ches. May be some one says, "I
jpaid my part." Well, so did I,
but rather thau brother Kucker
shall bear it all, 1 am willing to
pay again. Let all the churches of
the body raise what they can and
forward to brother Rucker at
Kutherfordton at once, and it we
Ex-Coroner Dale makes a verv
fine deputy sheriff.
Messrs Matt McBrayer, a pop
ular attorney, end C. W. Watkins.
of Rutherfordton, are in town.
This is lent, and not the time to eat
meat, but a customer of Cliver Thomp
son, who ran a portable hotel on Euro
pean plan on court square this week,
ate two chickens, half of a ham and 24
biscuits on Monday. Besides this, hi
drank all of Thompson's coffee, and
then exhausted Dr. Sam Wiseman's
supply two gallons. He was eating
under a contract all he wanted for a
quarter. Thompson will probably
have to make an assignment.
1000 Dozeu Egar; wanted next week
for cash. McCallA Conley
A severe rheumatic pain in the lef'
shoulder Lad troubled Wr. J II. Loj jr, n
well known druggist of Des Moins, Iowa,
lor over six mouths. At time9 the puin
wis so ser. re that he could not lift any
thing. Wirh all he could do hr could not
i get rid of it until he auplitd Chsmberlain's
rain isalm. "I only made three applica
tions of it," he says, 'And have sincr been
free from all pain.' He now recommends
it to persons similarly nlflk-tid. It is for
s.le by Morpheiy cml While, lrtiirt ists.
On last Tuesday night the ladies of
the Ifaptist church gave a delightful
and financially successful supper at
the court house lor the benefit of the
hurch. The hall was elegantly deco
rated with evergreens and flowers,
and adorned by the handsome faces of
many of Marion's beautiful and charm
ing young ladies. All present seemed
to get more than their money's worth
of pleasure, and the tables were sup
plied abundantly with the choicest
things to eat, which were prepared and
served in a most tasteful manner. Mrs.
Hrrgai, Mrs. Crawford, Mrs. lluth-
steiner, Mrs. Nichols, Mrs. Melton,
Mr. Will White, Misses Hattie and
Ellen Crawford, Lilly Yancey, Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Craig and Mrs. I.ee,
were among the leading spirits in the
enterprise, the amount realized for
the church was about $-19.00.
ry Iluthsteiner was tioorkeeper, a ad a
large and appreciative audience vas
For seven rears or more Mr. V. T.
Louder, of Quimy, Ky , was gullet to so
vere attacks of craui colic. Mr. I"'. I?.
Morse, a druggist of that p'nc, tecom-
mended CharalierlrtiH'a olic. ChoUra and
Di ir-hoe Itemvdy, which has effecte'l a
permanent cure, saving her nmeh suflVr-
ing b?ids the troub'e and expense of
sending for a doctor, whicli was oltea fee-
essarr. For sale bv Morphew pn-1 White.
A motion was made today before
Judge Tiinber'ake to remove the cape
of Doddrr. Parks & Nichols and Jo?
G eal to Burke county. The motion
was sustained. It is a suit over the
money for which Parks & Nichols got
a judgment against Adams, a railroad
contractor, some months ago. About
$1,100 is the amount, and the money i
in Sheriff Neal's hands, who will hold
it untill the courts decide whether Vr.
Dodd can set up a better claim to it
than Parks & Nichols.
Tm Kzcobd and Atlanta Weekly
Constitution ouo year for $1.40.
Offers his professional services to
the public. Office : Old Fort, X. C.
Sale of Valuable Lands.
Bjr viitue of powers contained in a deed
of trust executed by W. D. Sumcers on
the 14th day of Auetist, 1688, and duly
registered in McDowell county, in Book 3,
page 456, on. the 26tb day or Aagust, 1881,
(sm id mortgage being a tirt lira on the
property hereinafter, mentioned) the no-it-rsigned
.Mortgagee?, wiil sell by public
:utcry to the highest bidder at the Couit
house door in Marion, N. C , on Monday,
the 1st day of A pi il, 1895, the following
.ands situated in McDowell county:
Tract Xo. 1. ICnown a3 ''The Duncan
Mill Tract," containing about 63 acres.
On tL is is situated u first clats corn. Hour
tnd saw aiill in good repair.
Tract No. 2. Known s the Bri k bouse
trict of about 80 acres, o- which is situa
ted a good biick dwelling house.
Tract No. 3. Known as the "Gold Mine"
tract of 110 acres-
Tract No. 4. Known as the Mountain
tract ofabout 200 acrep. These are fine
lands, in good condition near the city ol
Marion and offers a splendid opportunity
These sevi rai tracts join each other and
will oe sold separatt-ly and thtn as a
TERMS 'ASII. For further information
A. F. M l'kdgck. fhsnrriving Trustee.
tate8vi.lc. N. C.
Or D. Summers or J. O. Neal, Marion.
Jiy virtue of the power confered on
me in a certain mortgage deed execu
ted by Herbert Near to the undersign
ed on the 2I5rd day of August S93 to
secure the judgment of a note for $90.00
bearing exan date with the said mort
gage deed, judgment having been made
thereof 1 will sell to the la?t and highest
bidder at the court house door in the
town of Marion, county of McDowell,
on the lit day of AprU lf-r5at 12 o'clock
in., all the right title and interest of
the said Herbert Near in and to the
following described lands towit: A
certain tract or parcel of land being in
Mc.Moweil county on the headwaters
of Grassy Creek, Uroad Kiver township,
Mr. Hen- and known and described as follows:
Known as therM. L. Williams land ad
joining the land of A. A. Dalton, Hit .1
gins and others, heretofore purchased
by the said Herbert Near from one M
Ii. Williams, containing: one hundred
acres more or less. Terms of sale cash.
This March 1st 1895.
E. D.Carter, Mortgagee.
D. E. Hudgins, Attorney.
111 1 1 i i .j
By virme of a Mortgage Deed exfonted
to me bv II irve Carton, I will ie!t at the
t onrt home door io. Marion oh the 4th
day of March 18f5, one lot in lb nr.rth
west pait of the town of Marion, described
aslol.ows. Artjoining Grorge Marklin.
M.trk Winters an d others, conuioiog one
fourth " an acre. Terms of gal? cash.
This 2ad day of Tebuary 1893.
G. U. (ixitvii, Sheriff.
Sale of Valuable Real Estate.
By virtue of a decree of th Suporior
Court, rendered on the 3rd day of Septem
ber. 1H02. in the case of J. L. Morgan ad
ministrater of P D. Morgan, deceased
airair.it J. P. HooduraMt, the nndersgned
will srll io Ihe highest bider at the court
ii.jHie door in Marior-, N. C on Monday,
March 4th, 1805, at 12 o'c'ock. m. lot No.
2! in the plat o' land in the town of Marion
uhich belonged to Ihe intcitale of the un
designed, and which wes plat, hy G. W.
Crawford, surveyor, for the undersigned.
Ihe plat of said lot will be xhibited at
the sale showing tbe dimeosloiss of the
same. Terms: One halt cash, bal
ance on a credit of eix months, with inter
est from jate of sale, seenred hj tote with
approved stcurity. This febraary 1, 1893.
J L. Morgan, Administrator
of I. 1. Morgan, deceased.
By virtue of an execution issued
from the Superior Court of McDowell
county in the case of M. II. & E. J.
Justice vs A. Iliggins nd to satisfy
f aid execution I will sell to the hiffhesf
bidder for cash at the court house door
in Marion, N. C on Moudav March
4th 18!)3 at 12 o'clock in., ihe following
real estate towit : The interest of A.
Higgins in a tract of land known as
his James Town tract adjoining- th
lands of J. 11. Hem oh ill. Krifrht aud
others and containing about 120 acres
more or Jobs. This January 31st 1S)5.
G. H. Gauuix. Sheriff
Of McDowell Dounty.
just In - '
new line of American dust proof
watches. Pri es the lowest
the jF-wirLfin." '
Pleaso gir rue
A call. I am . .
Company nnd solicit your patronage. My oflica It at "the old Crmi
Building, wbere I
Keep a good line of
Will be more complete
Than ever. Hoping
To merit vour Tatronnp- liv )nndv n.i .
a . j inJi urniinaj, i nrr)
W. JP, JOKES.
OHIO RIVER & CfljUiCE8T0OnL'
FOR SALE CHEAP
44 West vi lie
" Heath Springs
" Pleasant Hill
" Catawba Junction
" Rock Hill
" York vi lie
" Hickory Grovs
" I'atterson Springs
" Forest City
" Kilt nerrord ton
' Golden Valley
Ar. at Marion
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Lewis Maddux, PitEsiDKXT. L. P. McLovd,Casbiz.
WESTER1T CJttOJJI.2rjL. BAN"X
KSIUNATF.I ftVATB DEPOOITOIXY.
CAPITAL $50,000 SURPLUS $2S 000.
We have Special facilities for handling tbe buainesi of MercbanU
and otbers iu Western Xorth Carolina. If you have no Bank account
or think of a change, we will be glad to have you correspond witk ru.
O. W. O. Hardtuan, Sheriff of Tyler Co.
Y. Va., appreciates a good thing and does
not hesitate to say so. He was almost
prostrated with a cold when h procured
b tt!e of Lhatiberlain s Couch Hemedv.
He s-ijs : "It pave nie projipt relief. 1 find
it to be an invaluable ren.edr lor coughs
and colds." For sale by Morphew Si White.
raise more than due him it can b
native of Germany, and has lived at j applied to the expense of getting
Old Fort three years. He was an en
terprising man and his death is de
plored by many friends who yinpi
thize with the bereaved family.
Mr. L. L. McKay went to Washing
ton yesterday to make final settlement
if the claim allowed by the govern
ment for flOLRfiO. This claim has
bsen centime for thirtv Tears. It is
for the ship Nautett which was built
hy Mr Donald McKay, father of Mr.
L. L. McKay, for the United States.
AVe ccngratolate Mr. McKay upon his
good fortune in securing the money
which ought to have been paid long
ago. Ther ar four heirs, hence h
TriU gst otift-fotirth of ttfe amotiftt.
Nice stock of lig-ht groceries jut ar
rived. Morphew & White.
Most anything in tlie Grocery nne
can be found at Morphew White's.
For Sale: A good bakery and res
taurant for sale in Morganton. Three
years lease on building. Rent low.
Address Lock Box 9S, Morganton, N.C.
and be supplied, Morphe w
All varieties of Garden sed
phew & White's.
4 ACRES FiNtbT FRQFfcRTY in
Marion for residences. Three room
cottage, stable, fruit trees, grape
vines, excellent well of water, etc.
This is a high and beautiful loca
tion, and on a good street. Will
go at a bargain m one lot or will
sub-divide to suit purchaser.
10 ACRE TRACT one-fourth mile
from 3 (J s depot. Crood water, and
land lavs well. Will divide or sell
in a lot.
ONE BLOCK LOTS, 1 mile from
courthouse containing small house
for sale cheap.
NIIHIIKHAN LUIS. 1 Have some
beautiful lots for $10 to $50 each
5 ACRE TRACTS- Ten of these
just close enough for good market
or poultry farms. Price low.
As agent for others I have a list of
LARGE AND SMALL FARMS
For sale on easy term?.
Call on of address,
P ALL KIM
We have added a fresh stock o' Gro
ceries. Call and see us, Morphew &
Seeds at Morphew fc White.
gjJT AH persons indebted tc u.- w il
p!esse m tile hy March 15th, we can't
let th accounts .-iand longer.
tin the Asociational Historv tor I
which no provision has been made j
hv ilia h.Je fniiip lirprhmn Irt's I
pay this honest debt. This appeal Te sure and oa!i on Metal! A Conley
is made without tht knowledge of durinsr court week, they have the most i
DID YOU SAY SHOES.
Anv one wantins good HAND
MADE SHOES or rerairinsr ean b
acconniUMiated by calling at Smith
shop. He will vive von :.r!t (la n,a-
terial and work at hard titr.e prirs.
He can he f"t!nd urder Sv ii'deH'-- j. -elry
str for .'t few d.iy until -in
get a r.rn fitt-d up at tliet raig block.
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" Hickory Grove
" Catawba Junction
" Heath Springs
" West vi He
Ar. at C.miden.
No 33 I)inner at Cert haw.
Nos. 11 and 12 have ronnectiou
Marion with Southern Railway.
All trains will stop on signal at Oak
hurst. St. Lukes, Caskeys, Koddeys,
Old Point London. Kings Creek and
S. B. Lumpkin, G. P. A.
1 have a full assortment of all kinds of hardware, cl u
ding Builders supplies, such" a3 nails ioCKsand hinges.
also, paint, oil and white lead, i have a fine line of Gunai
both breach and muzzle loaders, from $2 50 upto $40.00.
fitnvpa of all Drices and kindi. incldding the celebrated Hew ikuotk
8 45 pm Cook Stove. Heating Etovea of all kinda and prices.
I also do all kinds of T n Koohng ana uuuenng.
Remember I sell a good axe for 00 cents ; a good Mattock for 60 ie.
I will sell you nail at the very low price of 1X0 per keg, factory
r i i ... ! II .r.AAivt mw -varatiin1 and lirnmnt font irit i
price. jian orners mm icv.cno ; j.-..
With eight years experience in the hardware buaincss, 1 think I ant
prepared to give you good in my nne at m rj iuwhi, pumotv;
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.Morganton, N. C.
A MIMA I EYTnAP.TSi
&T f'O it i: V- T- I, A w
MA!. 'TON", N.C.
Ortice inC'ouit Hon.
brother Rucker. Youra ore.
M. M. Lasdrom.
Marion, March Ut, 1895.
0"J. G. NICHOLS & BKO., have
just received a very large stock of gen
eral merchandise consisting of cloth
ing, dry goods, shoes, hats, notions,
queensware, woodenware ana groce
complete line of shoes in the city.
Farmers try the South-IIend Plow,
for sale by McCall fe conley. Sold on
one weeks trial.
Mrs. Fmily Thome, who reside at To!e
do, W asntngton, says ibe baa never beru
Tariff was in effect before this ! ble to procure any medicine for rh
stock was purchased, therefore prices
are the lowest ever offered in Marion.
Call and see them. Hardware of all
kinds Is one of their specialties.
tisra inm relieves the xm so quickly nnd
effectually as Chantberlain'i Puin Dlm
and that the las also used it for liaie b.ck
with grent (access. For a!e ly Uorj hcw
'iant l'J usd Elda OIrtritr.
; cctria cui? f-r CLroaic e'ore Lyc
fc:-.iUtii Eye LMj, Sere tipples. Pi'w
u. u'i'etUr, Gelt llhtcza and Scald 3
w pti Lex. For s&k Ly drcggisL.
i W putting horse in a Cce heahhy cti.
...ra try lr. Cadr'a Ondiuon Podczv
y tone up the relem, aid dlpe?4in, cu;
.cf arpeutp, reficTe rocatlpauon, correct
-.Uucy disorders and destroy twim. giriog
Ue to on old ororer worked horse. 2Z,
tzsXs per package. For ale by draggifits.
Morphew & Streetman.
The old-fashioned and al- !
ways reliable remedy for
stomach disorders. One
bot'le has killed 614 worms.
Thousands of people living to-day
owe their life to this medicine.
The same good medicine
thf i;Vfiftr. THE mot complete line of general
iryuuriiruc' storekeeper don art.' uu-rchaudioCis at the old llvaiiiS Store
ko p it. brivl -ir. fur one txxtl;- to i
E. AS. FREY. Baltimore. . 'Uojse.
t DR. WI. A. HAMMOND,
! fcto Uboexory at W SS. C
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.It purifies, builis up a4 terklwa
p the blood, and aevtr falla
Quto cure the moat lavtterata
L EASES, if directions ars fet
rjlljwei. Thouaaadaof cts
1 fut ptoplt souni its pralaea
and attest its virtuo.
GTVRrTE for Doek t Wa-
ttcrf rf Cares, aestt free est
If not kept by your leeal drurzist.
cend ija fat Iar bottle, or Si-co
for six bottles, and iseikiae friil U
seat, freight paid, ty
nvoon bils cex, Atiaimtm.ca.
I have a lot of hardware, tlightlr
damaged Ly fire, for sale at reduced
price?. Call and see me.
UKO. I. HUITE, n. D
MARION, Ne C.s
Offer hiB profotsional serricf to
Th ItrcoRD and ,At!anU Con
ititutic ono yeur for $1.40.