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, KIW MEN, CBAYIH COUITY, If. C, FRIDAY", 0CCIHBI& 12, 1902 --SICOSD SECTIOS.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Absolutely: Pure ., .
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Market Letter on Cotton.
By private, wire, J, E Latham ft Co
' New Yufk, December 11. -Sentiment
has been to generally In favor of at least
a temporary advance In - price that the
upturn today wai a natural result. The
movement hat been to small that thortt
are getting nervous. ' This has been
generally ei peeled and very few traders
have noi looked for an advance on the
light receipts, bat actual speculation has
not been heavy ami even those who
looked for an advance were not Inclined
to help the good tiling along by baying
much. Th wuket was narrow and
the tose Irregular, but ra compared with
the previous days tais wwk the tone
-was stronger. " Southern markets were
steadier and In'eoine cases higher for the
day, while the Ntw Orleans market was
very strong. ' 10 fact May there sold-
over May here at one time. .There was
Inrlber narrowing i f the January-Hay
premium and traders seciuetl iiicllueil to
get out of JsDUdry aoj cyver their
March. There was more baying of cot
ton todty Oo the small amount to sight
for week. Not more than 875,100 bales
according to present prospects. This
attracted short covering and some out
side buying. There should baa tempor
ary advance and tun extent or the ad
vance will depend on tbe ui'tvem-int. It
may Ira some weeks lioforo uouga col
ton in coming m. to have any pruniure
on the tntrkvl 1 1 the menu time an ad
vance of 10 polute U probable ' We still
say sell It ou any bulges ui' thcru will be
a weak market when the movement
picks up. : We bellevo otiou Is there
and ill como out with good weather
and faer transportation.
' J. E. LATHiM & Co.
Nkw, y6K, Deo. 10. There was lit
tlo chauge in the outlook. As far as
. speculation went' it was a holiday
market. It -may as well have been
t Christmas eve as far , as business was
concerned. On the one hand small re
- celpla to prevent short telling and on
. the other large crop ideas and silver dis
turbances to prevent buying. Between
tbe ex Hemes, pit traders hardly knew
what to do. Only -one thing teemed
' certain, that they should buy when the
market looked like going np and-sell
v when It looked like going down. Both
. these operation) proved disastrous when
undertaken. One, Usually' bnyt when
., things look like advancing but .of late It
. baa been found - that anyone buying
when the marVet looked strongest wss
sure to lose money. This seems to In
dicate that the - factors underlying the
situation are tending In one direction,
the immediate factors tend Jn the other.
We regard the market as narrow and lit
tle Inqury around tbe pit shows the feel
ing is against the"" market in the long
: run. Bad a eather and absence of coi
tion In Liverpool gives traders an Idea
that prices may be better temporarily.
1 Even those who look for a break below
6c later in the season are inclined to
think sn sdvsnce possible this month,
bnt they are waiting for such, advance
to sell on and are not willing to bay It to
help tt along under snch conditions we
would rather sell cotton on- all bulges
:" and buy It on good breaks.
J. E. Latham & Co.
A large Hospital for the treatment of
surgical cases under the celebrated
Lorens Method is -.to be erected in this
country. It will be established by the
. Armour fsmily and cost over 1 1,000.
003. ' - -; , ' ,
BIG FIRE AT WINSTON.
Knitting Hill and Tobacco Warehouses
Destroyed. Loss $100,000. , '
' Half Insured. ,
. 8peclalJtoJ;urnal . ; ;
Wirstoh, N. C, December 11. A fire
here today destroyed f onr three story
brick buildings, Including the Vaaghan
knitting mill, Whitaker and Harvey's
tobacco factory, Coghlan and Hill's leaf
tobacco warehouse, and Llepfort and
Scales tobacco house. ' ' '
The loss will be $100,000, with Insur
ance to cover one half of It.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and CLiUrcn.
ni K!:.J Y:j I":v3 .:. : T '!
'.' T" . i -
Of Prominent People Throughout
- . State- ' ;
Feaslea Warrants December 15 th.
Increase of School Tax Bate.
', To KebnIU Dikes at Bosi
oke Para. Strange
RALnaH.Deo.10. At Christ Church
here this morning Mr, John Ward,
well knows young business man, mar
married Miss Nella Grimes, daughter of
Mrs, William Grimes and cousin of Sec
retary of State Grimes. Mr. Frank Ward
the groom's brother, was best ma and
Hiss Mamie Cooper was, the maid of
honor. Among those present were Mr.
and' - Mrs. Frank B. Saucy of Atlanta,
airs. Dancy being a sister of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Ward left at noon for New
York and thence sail for Cuba.
It was thought that today there would
be taken here some testimony for this
8tate In the Couth Dakota bond suit, but
the witness, ex-Senator Marlon Butler,
will be examined next Saturday at Wash
Ington, D. C. The examination so far
as this State Is concerned will end with
the testimony of Butler and of the South
Dakota Congressmen. . , .
Auditor Dixon has the pension war
rants all ready to be mailed December
IS. He is now comparing them with
special care with the pension lists in
order to be sure there are no errors.
The directors of the hospital, for the
Insane here met today to prepare the an
nual report The hospital makes a good
showing for the yaar.
The State Superintendent ot public
lot-traction has prepared a statement
concerning the school tax rate. In 1874
It was 8f cents on the $100 of property
and 7C per cent of the State anil county
poll tax; in 1831 It was 18 on the $100,
with a corresponding Incrcsse on prop
erty; In 1890 it was IS cents on the l00
and In 1891 it was 13 cents on the $100
and $1.29 on tho poll. - v.
. ! At one time Mere was some talk about
Raleigh people having an opportunity
ntxt May to vute on the dispensary
question, but nothing more has been
beard about that matter. Raleigh had
problblliou for two years, 1881-3.
There Is a hard freeze here, but the air
is so extremely Ui j that tho cold fs not
felt much. -' '
- State chemist li W Kllgore is appoint
ed chairman of the committee on agri
cultural chemistry at the International
Congress of applied chemistry at Boston
next year. , s.,;-;-,
By a strange error the number of chil
dren of school age in Duplin county Is
reported as 8,898 less than It was last
C. C. Harrell of Perquimans, a cadet
at the A. & M. College here, who was
operated on for appendicitis, is doing
It it decided .that Greek letter frater
nities shall be allowed at the Agricultu
ral and Mechanical College here.
At the First Presbyterian church here
this evening, Mr -Henry R Thorpe of
Rocky Mount and Mist Charlotte Young
daughter of Mr James, Richard Young,
State lnturance commissioner, were mar
ried. Mr J L Arlington of Rocky Mount
was best man and Mist Mabel Young, a
titter ot the bride, maid of honor. Among
the attendant! was Miss Milissa Payne
of Norfolk. ',; rV'S-f ;V--
Tho penitentiary dlrectora will ex
pend $11,000 next year. In rebuilding
dykes ai the State farm on the Roanoke
river. - -'r'
' , ; Kid Gloves.,
-Don't pay $1.00 and $1.29 for Eld
Gloves, but go to J. J: Baxter and get
them for 7So. and $1.00. . ;
All engineers of the Southern- Rail
way have been grauted an Increase of
wages. , i -
- Mrs, EHhu Rootwife of the Secretary
of Was, hat reached New ; York from
Antwerp. ' , ,
A Mutual Distillers Association for
Insurance purposes It to be formed at
once at Louisville, Ky. a , ..
The strike of shipping room employes
of the big department stores in Chicago,
wss declared off Tuesday.
The American National Red Cross So
ciety, meeting at Washington, ' elected
Miss Clara Barton Its president for life
- ''iKUS -' v'l)
Virginia's House of Delegates have ap
propriated $30,000 for an exhibit for tho
State at the exposition in St. Louis, Mo.
Cornelius Vanderbllt who has been
very 111 with typhoid fever, is reported
Thirteen anarchists were recently ar
rested at a meeting held In Rome at
which,, It is said, they had all taken an
oath to kill King Victor Emmanuel of
.There was much -)r!cg iu Northern
cities during V s r cent cold Snap on
accent of the awarcy of coal. In many
r'ces the schools had to close.' . .
VEKEZUEU DECLARES WAR
Against Germany tad 'England. .War
Vessels Sunk. Venezuelan Army -Hovlng
Special to Journal .
Caracas, Vkhxiuila, Dec 11 Vene
zuela declares war against Germany and
Those powers have sunk three of the
Venezuelan war vessels and the remain
ing two vessels are being pursued,
Marines from the Invading fleets hold
the custom house and other publio build
tugs at La Guayra. ' ,
The Venezuelan army la moving to
the support of that eity.
FtetueaB Foe Ui Sleh ui P-
. tketle For tka Por.
One of the most striking things. tote
seen on the streets of Manila Is tf Fili
pino funeral: : If . the deceased was
wealthy and had hosts of fslendatho
funeral will be headed by a bandjlay
lng selections from eomlo cperaj, , The
body . of the deceased follows (A, at
hearse covered with black clotb.BJ
ranged In a grewsome design nnA
drawn by six black ponies, eaxH be
decked with headgear of Ion black
feathers. The hearse will bo followed
by men on foot wearing knickerbock
ers and cocked hats, and after them
follow innumerable vehicles) of. every,
description. If the body la to be in
terred, the gravediggera .will precede
the band, "with their tools over their
' Most Filipino funerals, however, are
more pathetic. The father of a few;
weeks old baby will trot out to the
cemetery entirely alone, with the little
white coffin balanced well on his heftd,
and if a man had not the price of si
vehicle his remains will be carried out
on bamboo poles by four Chinamen,
and the coffin will be one that has seen
The natives have different ways of
burial. Some bodies are put Into the
ground, while the larger majority are
placed In niches la the wall of the
cemetery. A slab cemented Into the
opening 'of the niche contains a brief
biography of the deceased.
,' Boas BarrtTaia of FaaUoa.
f- Man Is unquestionably a highly ra
tional being. Still, if yon travel and
observe, from the moutn of tne Danube
to the Golden Gate you jrtll find most
men wearing a coat .with a useless col
lar marked .with a useless V. shaped
slash and decorated with; two useless
.buttons at the small ot tho back and
fene or two tfloTe useless buttons at the
'cuffs. The -collar, the slash and the
buttons are there In answer to no
rational need; It la not &i common cli
mate nor a common racial need of pro
tection against climate, that they, repre
'sent; but a common civilization whose
If arm and. ritual they mutely, confess.
Over this entire area those ijvho aspire
to be of tho Brahman caste deck their
heads for wedding, funeral and. feast
(with a black cylindrical covering, suit-
so far aa .wo can discern, neither to
vert the .weapon ot the adversary. Dr
dart w the rain nor to provide
t whereon man max auT'anft'rest
And as tor the women con-
within this samo area-we behold
ithat the amplitude Of tho'sleeve, the
Idispoaitlon ot the belt and the outline
the skirt all obey the rise, and fall
one resistless . tide mthlch neither
toon nor seasons controIBenjanun
do .Wheeler in Atlantic 1
Thm Oartalaty f Ft.
The Mohammedans hare a fable
hlch they repeat to Illustrate the cer-
ty of fate. Tho Philadelphia Times
quotes it as having been told by Mr.
'Robert Barr, the-celebrated novelist
A sultan svaa one asked by his fa
vorite, the grand vizier, for permission
to leave at once tor Smyrna, although
a brilliant court fobs was themln prog
ress. Upon being asked his reason for
such haste the vlsler replied
"Because I Just sawi. the angel of
death yonder in the crowd. He -looked
at me so earnestly) that I know he has
come for mev I wish to escape him."
."Gol Go at oncer said the sultan,
(Who then beckoned tothe angel and
asked why the latter had looked so
earnestly at the viziee. . " -r
1 was wondering," repllefl the .angel
of death, "why ne was here,, for Tlhave
orders to kill him in Smyrnol" , i
Stars th v Vyllx Kind Yon Haw Alwarg Batifit
Om. Herts ot.Oalti ,.
. "Tea, sir," exclaimed, tho enthusiast;
"golf is the beat.ever. It baa a, distinct
domestio vaduefthat is not fceiiarally
appreciated. We will, suppose, for ex
ample, that a man baa boefi, celebrat
ing a little too much, and hetwishes to
round upland go home. Welk as a pre
liminary he goes to 'the gotf links to
get theexerclse. Youv.wlll seadily ap
predatesthat there a re occasions when
exerctsevihaa a dlstinctiand almost im
mediate value. Now, In practice golf
works , out on tbe theory 'that the more
exercise a man needs in rtheae circum
stances the more he gefe. The more
tmrortain hie 1st In Wat drive the more
waging ha-has to doandHhe effect is
decidedly benfluclaL. Of course there
may still be a Jlttlet something notice
able about hlmtwhenthejgets.home, but
It IS baturally attributed to the Scotch
highball be took, because of his weari
ness at tho contcliiBion (of the round.
Oh, golf is; surely sjgreatjgamer Chi
cago Tost, 1 '
. 3.3. Baxter is agent for theW. L.
Douglas, Lewis Crosse tt and W. P. Tay
lor's shoes for men and E. P. Reed's
shoes for women. Every t pair gnarac
teed. ' . , ; ' ,
Hundred Thousand "Dollars
For Patllc Schools.
Petition For New Lodge. IaaateXs-
sspet From Seldltrs' Bono. ,.
Eight CoavIeU Cat -' -Throigh
7 at Boaaeke
Ralkiob, December 11 The warrants
are being prepared apportioning to the
various counties what is known as the
"first hundred thousand dollars" of the
direct appropriation by the Bute to the
nnhllo schools. .To this snm a little
over 41.009 is added from U. board ot
education fond, so as to makers i appor
tionment exactly 15 oenttto each child
of school age. What Is known as the
"second $100,000" la for the express
purpose of bringing all school terms up
to 4 months in each year. ,
Grand Secretary Woodell ot the I P O
V has received a petition for anew lodge
An inmate of the Soldiers' home hete
by the name of Ford, from Edgecombe
county,, ran away this morning. He
wss in the hospital and his mind is not
sound.' Persons were quickly sent in
pursuit ot him and tho railway stations
Among todsy's arrivals were A J Con-
... . v a UVll 1 ilL..
nor, Ktcnoquare; jonn jtukbs, vuw
lotte; B S Little, Wadesboro; Dr J M
Dunlap, Anson vllle.
The Supreme Court, having flnlsnea
the regular appeal dockets, today took
up end of the docket cases.
Mrs McGehee, widow of Hon. Mont
ford If cGebee, of Person county, is dan
gerously 111 with pneumonia. She is a
daughter of the late Hon. George E Bad
ger of Raleigh. Her husband was for 4
years commissioner of agriculture. ' '
Eight convicts have made their esoape
by cutting through the floor Of their
stockado on the State farm on the Roan
In the toderal court here J D Johnson
wa on the point of being convicted Of
illicit distilling when G T Lee volunta
rily came before Judge Purnell and
swore Johnson was innocent and that
he operated the distillery on Johnson's
land. He. declared ho made the confess
ion because he did not want to see an
Innocentman punished. v ...
VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.
The Wonders of Science,
Professor Hough, a noted astronomer
has written that he has almost spent a
life time In the study of the "Heavenly
bodies," and has come to the Just conclu
sion that Mars, Jupiter, and Venus,
are inhabited, and these inhabitants are
thousands of vears In advance of the
civilization of the inhabltance of the
Earth. And he further says the time
will be (for reasons known to himself he
falls to tell the time.) when they will au
know each other, and be familiar with
the earth also, lis hoped the time Is
tint distant, when thev will aid us. In
reaching the grand qualities bt civlllza
tlon, that now, they are so, much la ad
vanco of us. or the people ol the earth.
As vet, the learned Professor hss not
told whether or not, the three noted
planets have a Heaven, and also a "Lake
of Fire and Brimstone," neither has he
told, whether or not they have a Bible,
or have ever had a Redeemer. ,
The world is doubtless waiting in
great anxiety to learn of these Wonder
ful points. Of course it would be .great
lvinlusfto the Professor for anyone
t unnnu ha does not know all the
facts, to sustain his astounding asser.
Hons. .. . ...i
Anothe savant astronomer, Professor
Young, says, the planet, mars, it wree
millions of miles distant from tne esrvn.
Yet a French scientist proposes to visit
Mars and have communication with her
inhabitants (he of course ''knows their
lahKuaue.) His voyage so distant) wilt
turely be one of great perii:r However,
he may have a consultation . with, and a
promise from Aeolus . the uoa oi ue
winds, to guard him from being thrown
out of direct une to the planet Mars.
And he doubtless will also get promise
from Jupiter the God of thunder to pro
tect him trosr his ternblo tbunaerooits.
And while on his Journey be may per
chance stop at Saturn for rest, is to tit
hoped that a love for Jewelry will net
impel him to rob ner oi one oi ner gmur
inif finis, as that surely would be too
trt:. It evldentlr would 'surpass a'l
other highway robberies.
H ha said that he already has dis
covered the. mountains and canals in
Mars. Well tls hoped he'll be careful
and not fall Into a canal and be drowned
and thus cause the whole world to shed
aars ot sorrow for his loss that never
could be repaired. " '
'Tls turely hoped he'll have a sate voy
atce and return, and then enlighten tne
animals' In human shape, who now oc
iunv this beniithted world tho earth.
Then too he will doubtless toll,
Of the glowing cheeks and sparkling
Of the blessed children of the upper
Tall of their good grand ma-mas
And of their noble grand pa-pat,
'. Whose homes are In the planet Mars.
That Is onlv three mlUIont of toilet
tff tt' eewth. T.In.
THIRTEEN DOCTORS FAILED.
Mrs. INI. A. Close, of Nebraska, Was Cured rf
Incipient Consumption After All Medical
Aid Had Failed Read Iler Letter.
w 1 "
MRS. M. A. CLOSE.
Dr. S.B. Hartmaa, Columbus, Oblo:
Dear Doctor"! detlre to express
terest you here tbown la my case, and
baa effected a cure of as bad a case ot
. "Peruna and
best physicians In
tban three years
thirteen weeks In a
Wis.; but finding myself growing worse, as a last resort, I
came West where I was bedfast tor many weeks, and tbe
physicians wblcb my
thanks to Peruna, I tooled them all.
to take Peruna tbe hemorrhages stopped. I began to mend slowly at first, but
tbe Improvement became more marked, and now I can truthfully say that
there Is not tbe slightest trace ot my
"I would have written you a long
see It the effect was lasting; and In conclusion I would say, Qod bless you and
keep you with us that you may go on
to come.' MRS. M. A. CLOSE.
P. S."Iam going to visit friends
see me alive again, so please forward
Maysvllle Church Festival
On Friday night, December 26, 1002 at
the acvlemy, the business men of Mays
vllle will give a festival for the benefit
of the M..E. Church at that place. Every
body is cordially invited to attend. Come
and you will enjoy yourselves. Your
presence will be much appreciated
; ; y Very truly yours,
' '. ' ' Mrs. M. R. Sabibton,
, ',, Has. D. J. Watson,
V Mas. E. R. Hat,
Miss Akhib Kooicce,
: Mas. A. J, Collins,
. " Managers.
The Boiler: tray trunk still takes the
lead, a lady should buy no other make.
For sale by - t J.J.BAXTER.
SO cents pound at
The Drop CnrtnJn.
A youngster had been to tlie theater,
and upon his ' return his uuc-le asked
him how he like J the pluy.
'Oh, he replied, "the piny tvns nil
right, but I didn't sec nearly nil of it"
"Why, how did that happen?',' nsued
Because," answered the youngster,
"the roller must have been broke, for
the window blind fell down two or
three times!" Chums. . t
' .' ' A Fair Enksat. '
Editor Bee here, Mr. Dolan. Yon
delivered me a load of hay for the six
years' subscription you owed for my
Mr. Dolan-Oi did.
Editor Well, my horse won't eat
that hay, V gosht
Mr. Dolan Well, my goat .won't eat
your paper, be gobs I Puck.
The average man is alwaya Anxious
to meet the fool killer for thopnrpose
of sending him next -floorr-Chlcago
who are in need ot the
best nedloal treat
ment should not tall
to oonsnlt Dr; Hatha
way at onee, as he Is
recognised at the
leadlna and mostsoo-
eeMfuT spaa is list.
Yoa are sat in
Dlaelna your ease in
( and has the best rep
k station. He euros
where others fall:
-V there Is no patohwork
or experimenting la
his treatment. Fer-
x 4 annal attention by Dr,
...,.v.i Bathaway. also spe-
na. HiTHAWAT. eial counsel from his
' i ' associate physicians
yoa can not oall, write tor free booklets and
ni"i,.n blanks. Mention your trouble. Kt
eryti'ixii strictly eonuuentlal. J. Kewton
hauiaway, M,D. -
- 74 Inman Building, 221 S ,X3road Ei,
ATIA.3TA, OA, .
Kearney, Neb., July 8, 1900.
to you my elacere thanka tor tbe la-
for tbe timely aU and advice wbkb
consumption aKmtuld be well Imagined.
Manalln bare done what thirteen ot tbe
tbe country nave tolled to do. Far more
I doctored tor consumption, and spent
Pulmonary Sanitarium at Milwaukee,
husband called gave no hop but said,
'She cannot possibly live more tban a tew days.' ' Bat
In an Incredibly short time otter f began
time ago, but have purposely waited to
with your work of mercy tor many years
In Wisconsin who never expected to
mall to me at S 79 Pacific street, AppMon,
Beginning today I will sail you
10c per 3 lb ean. . '
Fancy Malaga Grapes,
Brunes, Eyaporated Apples
Mince Meat, Cocoanutg, Cooking Butter, Spices ancl Flavoring
Eitraete, Pickles and Bauer Kraut, ? , -
A large and well assorted stock of both Staple and Fancy
Groceries. ' 1 - , . r .
Yomrs.to pleast, - . , .
J 1. MoMH
il 'Phone Ol.
1 NEW BBL. COm I
:C; My' i JUST : oi?ETro.'i j
Sweet PickledJPeaches, 80o perquart. , ' ;
' Assorted Mangoes 80o per quart, ... ;
. Standard 8 lb Tomatoes lOo per can.
Standard 2 lb Corn lOo, 8 for 25o, ' :
Loose Olives 40o per quart. '.
:, Attmore's Pure Mince meat lOo per lb. ; , , ;
j Nabob Pancake Hour, lOo per package,
j Hecker's Cld Homefltead Pancake Flour 10c package. J
We want your business and are soiling you goods for 1 i
than any other house In the city.' ; Thanics yoa for ps .t f a -
ors rnd trusting to receive a share of your future I:..-. , 1 1
t Z Yours to f lease, ..
- 4 C
t n v V
AN OLD COLD
Catarrh, and Catarrh Leads
The tendency of catarrh of the head
is to paaa downward through the bron
chial tube to the longs. .Any one who
bas bad catarrh of the head for a year or
more finds the dlssass gradually pro
gressing downward. In some eases the
progress is rapid, and In other eases it is
alow; bat sooner or later tf catarrh Is
allowed to run, tt will go to the longs
and set up the diseaas known aa eon
sumption. It is doubtful if consumption
ever caused by anything except ca
The catarrh usually begins aa a cold in
the bead or throat, and is neglected until
becomes chronic j then.it begins to
dawn on the victim that he baa catarrh.
Unless he is very foolish Indeed he will
not rest easy until the eatarrh is entirely
cured. Thousands pay no attention to
It until it is too late.
lira. 3. Priest, Lee, Mich, writes I
think there la no medtetne on earth that .
ezeells Peruna. My husband won't take
any other, we have tested it and it
worked a great change in my son's
health last spring when we thought he
was going into consumption. We gave
him only one bottle and he was all right.
I tell everybody about now much good
it baa done na. My bnabaod says be
can't do without it. As tot myself it
saved me seven years ago from going
blind. I could not see to read one word
for six weeks. I thought I should surely
lose my sight. I commenced taking Pe
runa and by the time I bad taken one
bottle I could see to read as well aa ever.
We think It is a grand medicine." Mrs.
J. Priest. -
Us aa Knob as Ksidsi.
If Peruna la used a Cold never be
comes chronic, and henee eatarrh is pre
vented. But after .
catarrh has be-,
will euro it,
but It will take
Even in eases
where eatarrh bas
lungs and tbe
symptoms of eon
Miss Corlnns GU.
mors, US Vance Bt
uses Fsraas. for
oolds and eatarrh.
selves, the Peru
na wUl eure. A
great many eases
of genuine eon-
been cured with Peruna after the patient
had been given np to die, as In the ease
of Mrs. Close. .
If yon do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give yon his valuable ad
vice gratis. ,. . .
i Address : Sr. Hartman, President ot
Tbe Hartman Banlta Columbus, Ok
good Yellow Table Peaches for J j
' ! I
Nice Apples, Bananas, Raisins,
and Peaches, Citron, Lemon and
X ,!or the S
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