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. E. HSLLiAUD, Editor and Prosriefcr.
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VOL. XXIV. K2w Series Vol. 11.--6-1S
CK, N. C, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1503.
Women as Well as men
Are Made Miserable by
THE EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
Observations of Passing Events.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
-v!' . and cheerfulness sor
disappear vhert the kid-
re out of ordsi
' IfurS. V3 are
V i .1 .
f r l.:-.'.y rviuney trouoie Rst
"NV'NSHi tecptne so prevalent
'A'is. Y 1 tnat it is not uncommon
JACK TEOST'S 1KGE5!3.
Found eo a $10.00 Confejisrata Bill.
"Here oi Fort Arlbar."
The wide world wonders at the death sentence some days
ago at St. Petersburg of General Stoessel for surrendering Port
Arthur to the Japanese January 1, 1905.
The great Russian General was charged
with surrendering the interests committed to him six weeks be
fore it would have been necessary, in order to save his own
was tried and condemned to death, but there is a
that the death sentence may be chanced to a Ion?-
He who was proclaimed the world nvpr
cemrcUhc SJgeTuis teS;!h I as "tIie liero of Port Arthur," now bears the brand of criminal
l ei-'.vel'iiif', d3-e-:d upon it. the cause cf ' conviction for dointr what feY at the time wnnlil lin vs mips.
J he d;f.'i,v:':v i U-J, tw. ,j.--x:...s . . . vi""
- .k.n wv 11 V. 11 L'lL,. -J. I IiI !!-: I i I .
,v.'..-us ina treatment o:
.V--for a chili to b borr. " "UU1U
' VV; ".'tii'jSy afflicted with v;ak hid- ' life. He wa
H$Xb$?d- neys. If the child urin- robol,i1itv tl
-l r atcs too oftan. if th ! probability tl
irte sea! -!s the flesh or if, v.hen the child I term of imprisonment.
cScf the SaS'isteSKteilh I aS "tIlG lle f Port Al
i impjrtant creans.
tioned as being right and wise. Such are the turns which come
"hi? iinnlfS'.-it I to ttipii in crrpnt rnnl Thuv liouo flioii- rlenro nnrl .p
t,o.:tiC ia Ci-e to a diseased coni tion ci the 1 x x 11 xi 1 n . t t , 1
l icn- s and bladder and not to a habit as i content as well as those who walk the humble and unappreciat
most pcopia supple. i ed ways of life. Then, a great hero admired the world over;
vvoi.iCn as vcl as men are made rr.;-.- , . , . . ...... ...
e -2v:o v.-uh kidney and bladder trouble now, sun aamirea, it may oe, but an object ot pity. Such are
peat remedy, j the changes in life's uncertain way. "There's nothing true but
na fccm roei trie
The mild ar.d the
isXva3?t03S is soon realised. It is sold '
ly druggists, in fifty- f-y! !
cant and ens do liar i
size:. Yru may have a 'i; r?:v,..- j
sarnpis bottle by mail ""Slss-BOt !
. ..r.pn.CI lei.- Kor.ie 01" Snctp-toi.
inj ah a'j. ut it, including many cf the
inoi'aiii'j.. wi ies'.moniai letters
i.-cm sutiercrs cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
t Co., Bi:-.ghamton, M. Y., te cure an:
'ccatlc-n '.It's i-arer.
Thk JSTorth Carolina Arbitration and Peace Congress to be
held in Wilmington Mav At'n in intii will -i nntoUn
VprtaTv.,.T , n " -.v - - L ill W lU iAXVyOU XlULtk7i.O
Ksriis Cerolina Peace Congress.
gathering. Its purpose is three-fold as
outlined by those who are promoting it,
mistake, brt re- . """'vv w iW "" tuv cujuc ui
?v.ami hoo Dr ' orth Carolina upon the progressive proposals approved bv tlie
.uimor .s Swamp Root, aud the address , Second Hague Congress. (2) To concentrate thought upon
'y "onto. those ideas that need to b
Curious Acciilsnls Ttist Hove Ceen
Caused Ly Igs asd Ssow.
Although scores of lives are lost
yearly as a result of rash skaters
venturing1 on ice too thin to bear
their weijht, yet the worst tragedies
of frost are by curious contradic
tion those caused by thaw.
In February, four years ago, there
was a tremendous frost on the Con
tinent, The Vistula, among other
rivers, was covered with ica of im
mense thickness, ?.nd when the thaw
came and the bench of frost were
loosened the ren.nng river became
choked with gigantic dams of ice.
In Galicia, near Szcuezin, the floes
grounded in a shallow part of the
stream, and instantly a vast barrier
of ice began to rar itself, while be
hind it the choked river swelled into
a mighty lake, and, pouring over its
banks, inundated the fiat country for
a width of nineteen miles.
A regiment of sappers, armed with
dynamite, arrived by special train,
out their efforts were 01 little use.
Within twenty-four hours r.o fewer
than ten viliiages were under water,
800 families were homeless and
nearly 70 people were drowned.
WHO WANTS BOYS?
Representing nothing on God's earth
And naught in the waters below it- r
j As the pledge of a nation that pass
Keep it, dear friend, and show it
Read and See.
Who wants the boys? The Sun
day schools want them. They can
scarcely thrive without boys.
i The church r.ppd 5 t'ipm Tfiamdr.
Show it to those that will lend an ear Weak when the boys draw away from
To the tale that this trifle will tell; ' the sacred service
Of liberty born of a patriot's dream, j The public schools are after the
Of a storm-cradled nation that felU j boys, to fit them for the stern duties
But the faith that was in us was i of onest citizenship, and cannot ful-
strong indeed, nil its mission without boys.
Though our poverty well we dis
cerned, And this little check represented the
That our suffering veterans earn
ed. They knew it had hardly a value in
Yet as gold our soldiers received
it, I any ooys
It gazed in our eyes a promise to i D0VS-
IMF $3 Miri
pro '.: :;!
the nation needs boys. Its very
existence is threatened when the'
boys are drawn away for evil pur- j
It must have boys; good boys.noble
boys, true boys, honest boys, brave
1, j . 1 . I
uuys, strong ooys, maniy boys, clean
boya, and pure.
The saloon wants boys. All boys,
It cannot exist without
And every true soldier believed it.
Too poor to possess the pvecious ores,
And too much of a stranger to!
We issued today our "promise to
And hoped to redeem on the morrow,
So docs Franco
So does Germany
f 1 .... Tn'-eof ilam
jCo. haj lf.cn nude lUgal in V.'huiirtoo and
the Dutnrt cf Columbia, ar.d alum baking powdert
ar everywhere recognized at injurious.
ij protect yc.-rreif against slam,
vvhen ordrins baking powder.
and te ewe yiu d Royal.
iiom Koyt! Grar C.Vearn cf Tartar. It
ados to thci'iocsubiLly and vdiolcsorac
nc;3 Ci tl-.e fuod.
So your daughter has married
1 the titled stranger," said the roman-
Q P. Sf HTi', M. D.
Physician a:;d Surgeon,
Scotland Xeck, Is". C.
Ofltt-c 1:1 tho Xcw Bank Building.
I. P. WiKBERLEY,
Physician and Surgeon,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
Ofiico on Depot Street.
1)8. A. C. UVR0N,
0lVi-0 ur stairs in White
&W head Building.
If a dollar should drop in the till.
be popularized prior to the Third Hague happened a couple of winters rxo at ihe days r0lIed on and the weeks be
(o) To discover the true relation between arbitra- ! Wieringen, on the 7uidcr Zee. This! came years
j tion and armament, so that national security will alwavs exist, j ffreat shallow inland sea of brackish I p . ut our COiers were empty still;
through adequate armament, until a reliable system of "arbitra-1 water usually freezes every winter f0oms w"e scarce the Tresury
1 uuu luimsiies an eueuuve suosuiuie. jiininent speakers anu j v tlw
.:n 4i . : 1 : ... j. n. . x 1 arv evenintr a nnmhprnf nonnlowwo
sv.ijuiaio iu ptii iiviptut; m i-jii; juewiiiig ciuu il is wet loriu mat! -. ..v.j
'no more representative or influential assemblv hns hn in ! amusing themselves skating off the ! But our boys thought little of price
I the State since the stirring times of the Revolutionary 'and ! V L&ZSJ 'som at a 'rable dis-
-i lin -i 1 , , , . , " . tance trom snore, when suddenly a
Recession periods. hile not much lias yet been said about great floe arss in evtent crJKed
; the meeting the people of the State will doubtless become great- j awy from the rest of the' ice and
ly interested by the appointed date. a rapidiy widening "lane of water
! I divided a dozen skaters from the
j ' j shore.
. x rx jx'x x-J Some plunged in and swam back,
, As the great wave of temperance and tne strong sentiment but seven were caj.r5ed out to gea
for prohibition continues to swaep the country, and especially 1 on the floating ice Tbow on hnr
the South, there are evidences that the ! rushed for boats, but here the frost
whiskey interests are becoming aroused I completed its deadly work. The boats
suggestive and contains a pertinent question: "To editors the tr,re tnat onG v.ras loosened it was 1
throughout the country has come an impressive proof-sheet of daT- Next day the unhappy skaters j
It will die without boys to feast its
ravenous nnnftit fnr if liirao nn tlw. ..
.....v.o,. 11c woman.
f-v- -T I. T J. 7 i. 1- x I
uu" , ' , uie most wrsis-1 ..yeSp amvscred
Lt-iiL, reienness seeder alter Hoys
which exists today. It never ceases
its deadly chase. It is the most insi-
A Pertinent Queslicn.
Office hours from 9 to 1 o'clock i and strong efforts are being ma le to discount prohibition. The I were too tightly frozen into the sand
and to .) o C;QCtc. ; following editorial by Collier's headed "Tainted News'' is very j of the beach to be moved, and by
constitute the object of its most bi
ter and malignant attacks.
"The boys of to-day are the men
of tomorrow," and the drink cursed
men of to-day are the drink wrecked
men of tomorrow.
It must have boys. Boys it is bound
Boys it has planned to have.
or pay j Whose boys? YOURS.
Or of bills that were overdue j The point is right here. If the sa
We knew if it bought our bread to-; loon lives the boys must die. This is
day j an awful sacrifice of the home de-
'Twas the best our poor country j fenders, for the express purpose cf
could do. j perpetuating the blighting, wither-
Keep it, it tells all our history over i ing saloon.
From the birth of the dream to its j If the boys are to live, then the sa
last, j loons must die.
Modest, and born of the Angel Hope I The death of the saloon is the safe
Like our hope of success it pass- ty of the boys. Of the IG.000,000
e(h I boys in our country over 10,000,000
! are ensnared. Shall these continue
j to be crowded out, and the other 6,
j 000,000 be drawn into the awful vor- j
glancing up from his check book.
"Was it a case of love at sight?"
' Y pa TTrmr if 9a n n r-x- TMn,..
Uluuf anu xuu xu Known xo nu- sight."-Washington Star.
jiianny, ami uij iriiviest 01 me noys
(!ri('is sv('t'iin;;tlii'funtry. Slop
it with Prevent ies, before it g( deeply
s nted. To ehrek ojirlyeolds with them
litt! Caiuly C.hl Cure Tablets i.-i surely
sensible anil sni'e. 1'ii-vent ie contains
ni),uinine, nolaxatviw, uotliiiigharU
(.I'Mekenintr;. 1'neuiiKinia would never'
appear if early eM. weiv )roiii)tly
lroUei). Al.-t giitxl for feveri.-h eliild
ren. Lar-e box, 4s tablet--, l'V.
lioefcet boxes o eontJ. Sold by A. V.
Ifcc Hszl aad Scuih Aoierica.
Bill What in the world do you
suppose makes whales blow so much?
Jiil Why. didn't you ever hear
that Jonah story? Yonkera Staes-man.
It will be imni-eeessary for you to p
tlimtudt a painful, expensive oeratioii
for l'ili if im ManZan. J'ut 11
in a eoi!ap.-ib!e tulx? with nozel, ready
to aply to the soreness and inllanima
tion. For any form of Piles, pri'.-e. "t)e.
guaranteed, '.'-old bv K. T. Whiteliead
The elder Weller had enjoined his
I print and pictures, entitled 'Prohibition in the State of Maine ! c 7U,,U L J ueam. . of the pan to send
.After 5G Years,' and thus addressed: 'To the Editor: This LT. I0 " fr'!iy r03 i ake i to the Pacific, the gov
; matter i sent to you without charge. . . . If you desire a rr, uie ?z 7 ! People of South
x . .1 x- i i- 1 xi x 1 x -c point, a nctie piace 01 voocten-huut fpcrp,. a intprpet
; mat of the entire page, inducting both type and cuts or if you kr. :. 1. lieLeu a Keui mreiest
I - ' " - llll lAZsVZlL W 11 I.-, lill'l V T T ill
Ever since the first announcement i te?' to give place to 226000 murder j son to spell it with a "We
Watch Maker, Jeweler, En
Scotland Neck, N. C.
-r i.i .1 J. . ..l.i. it . i 1 -r
, f 3 -, 1 i-- ?i n MiP ( 1 tip pii ri n 1 trp (i? i-i t itp mt tip rnr n mnn l i t. i ? ,
r M!Yfi'3 V&TfWl i '"''-' " " m,wx, x j naoicea oniy in winter, i.s people
,J. WLJUj jam prepared to forward them to you immediately on receipt of j are fishermen who catch their prey
Attorney and Counselor at letter or telegram, stating which you desire. No charge will j by cutting holes in the ice when the
Law, j be made to you for cuts or mats except that express charges ! lake freezes. One Right in Febru-
the Atlantic fleet
ernments and ! Which shaI U be' boys or saloons?
America have mani-1 "omes or saioons: aunaay schools
in tv.p pyh; lr saloons: Churches or saloons?
;19-221 Atlantic Trust Buildin I no PrePaid. Edvard Staats Luther.' The long 1 ary, 1907, a tremendous gale arose
" &, columns of print and big pictures of bottles, dives and sordid j and before the sleeping inhabitants
Norfolk, a. jdens are aU devoted, with an air of judicial detachment, to ! r fivo of these 1;ttI box"like dwel-
Public. Bell Phone 7fi0 showing that a.n imr.n.rtin.1 investigation nrovos thnt nrnhihi. unS's new what Had happened their
Admiral Evans and his ships were
met by a Brazilian wrar-ship as they
approached the harbor of Bio de
Janeiro and escorted to the anchor-
rge. men icr more than a week.
Nations or saloons?
Oh, what a terrible destruction to
our human family is the dreaded
The life of the saloon means the
'i tion is not a success.' "Who paid the
LWM,in, tial investigation?' Whose money
Attorney and Counselor at 'and making the plates? Can it be tha
9 MTTiirnTinp' t-mTinn.rn m r i ;arf pa ann nr n put, p.ri i rnr r iwaii i .... t-.
Halifax, N. C. are who thoughtlessly use such stuff; others there are to whom andTts inhabitants were drowned,' "lonroTdoctrine
Money Loaned on Farm Lands T .1, T u . " , s " Fr" "7 -c ';y, iuuij.it. in eertain emergencies, may demand
-r- 1 mi ui iumu ci v e tue mteresii ui wuutsvtsr its utiuiv 01 iuis paiiuu- up oaie asaiuai, tu wige uj. u lung
death of all else. Boys, the saloons
, Til I
while the ships were coaling lhe wouia uevour you. iney are your j o; nadiri.
Brazi ians eave dinners and reron. : greaiett enemy. ocriKe me accursea
tions in honor of their visitors. The sa!oon and strike ifc hard-
'But," protested Sam, "I'll bo
t-Kivti 1.1 x vvjv.T); u clou idil.
Herewith they felt it was up to
Dickens. New York Sun.
THIS MAY IXTKIJKST YOL".
Xo one is immune from Kidney
trouble, so just remember that Foley's
Kidney Cine will stop the invt;nlaritie
and ( lire any eae of kidney and Mad
in r trouble tliat i.s not beyond tin reach
. E. T. Whiteliead fc Co.
1 1-1 T -1. .1
ao b.- .n,. I "u"iC-s '-'Ui't- i-iouc prr7;p;nn nrpsidpnf- Mmlf t0i . parents, gee ngnc ana on Zbth
wv.xx, vx txxv- xxxi.yitx- . 1.,.-, 11.. x- XI.- -v.x uvtv-imx f,.,,nta lf r,,,.,,,,,, Ll.l k
paiuior setting tne type 1 nrl v,, . . , l 'u wt . . Ui b, coiigrai-, Yours for the boys and prohi
t the harried brewers are i 1 uiated botn countries on the friend- tion.
i uic naiutu oievais ai sneed across the frozen siirfpr.o. Onp 1 , , . .. 1 ' ,
- 1 1 ,' ti i .: 1 nnr t? -- - t - nvH v- . 1 1 - iu 1 111
4 gILL El. J05EY,
General Insurance Agent,!
Scotland Neck, N. C.
IfrH'-' 1-5 AIR Qft SAffl
a f.-J L!iftr vrr Fn to Ktalorj Oray!
f ;'''-' v;., rrxy to its youttiul CoIorT J
P r'V? fi , ,.t;.2!"Lii'2,'-'?LI'-'u?r-:''' ft
and Complete Line.
;. 'V -. '( .: V-- '-5-" 1 Ci
off ins and Caskets
Burial Robes, Etc.
Hearss Service any Time
N. B. Josej" Company,
Scotland Neck. North Carolina
SIMPLE RFM HDY For I.A GRIPPE.
I La grippe coughs arc dangerous as
- they frcfjueiitly develop into pneumon-
ia. Foley's Honey and Tar not only
$ stops the cough but heals and strength
ens the lungs so that no serious results
need be feared. The genuine Foley's
Honey and Tar contains no harmful
drugs and is in a yelloAv package, lte
fuso substitutes. E. T. Whitehead &
mm DYSPEPSIl TABLETS
Relieve Indigestion and 8tomach Troubles.
Foi headache Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills.
The current number of Collier's tells how a critic in the New
York "Sun" in clear style expressed want of appreciation of a
certain theatrical production, where
upon the owners of the theatre in which
it appeared withdrew from the "Sun" the advertisements of
all the theatres in their control. Says Collier's: "Good notices,
plenty of advertising; bad notices, none," and suggests that
"the critic's business is to find out what comments the man
agers desire and then obediently to furnish the article required."
Tliis experience of the great metropolitan daily is not different
from the experience of many a country weekly. While the ex
perience of the country weekly may not be concerning a criti-
; cape, which runs out crescent fashion
almost opposite the village.
One of the most amazing: trage
dies of frost occurred in Colorado on a
February day, twelve years ago.
The temperature was far below zero,
but the air dry and clear, and the
sun shining with amazing brilliancy.
Five people, who were driving to-
To Bkkak ix Xi:w Shoks .imvays I .-k
We had great hopes for Farmer
Home until some of his friends got
reckless and began to write poetry
on his candidacy. Concord Tribune.
KEKl'INU OPEN HOUSE.
Evorvbodv i.-s welcoino when we feel
;ood: and we feel that way only when
the use of the power of tho' United
States in defense cf South American
Conclusive evidence of the ade- 01mtead, LeLtoy, X. Y
quacy of that power in such an em-! 1
ergency was at anchor in the harbor i
in full sight of Brazil and of the rest j
of the world. When the fleet steam-1
ed away, three hundred thousand!
AIJ-EX'S FOOT-EASE, a powder. It j our digestive organs are working prop'
prevents Tightness and Ulistcring.cnrcs cr!v. Dr. King's Xcw Life Tills regu
Swollen, Sweating, Aching , feet. At I late the action of t-tomaeh, liver and
all Druggists and shoo stores, 2 cts. bowels so perfectjv one can't help feeling
iNiinpie niane.1 ntu,. Atiuress, .. r-. good when i.o uses tbese pills. oc at
j E. T. Whitehead & Co.'s dri:g store.
Brazilians rrathprsd nn the eVinro-nnrl
gether across the tract of forest re-1 on the boatg Jn the harbor tQ watch
serve Known as iortn rarK, aia not
really feel the cold.
Suddenly the distant mountains
disappeared in a white mist and the
. uuvuuj.ijiv, WJC vajyitdl UI xil -
sun lost its brilliancy. Presently
one of the women put her hand up
to her cheek, crying out that some-
charged with a mist of fine particles, flx ;xo1.i- A Ar
,.r ,.u , ... -i . . . 'i fleet itself proceeded down the coast
which glittered like diamond dust. Lf Q ,-f Mn x , i
, to iXl , . , . ! of Argentine, it was escorted by a
cism of a theatrical performance, it frequently reveals just as j thing had stung her. A breeze be- j
Yvmnl-i wnnt: nf waann nn tho Tn.rt. rf thnsfl rnneprninrr whnm trio Sai1 to blow and tne air became
article in the paper is printed. We remember once to have
printed in these columns the news of a fisticuff between two
persons. The item was printed in only a few lines, and as soon
aa t.he paper was distribute d among its readers one of the com
batants came to the office pale and almost breathless with ap
parent rage and wanted to know why we printed something
about him. We inquired if anything untrue had been said
about him in the paper and he seemed to think that some un
fairness had been done him. The paper was referred to, the
item read and the fisti differ was asked if the item stated any
thing that was untrue. Being an honest and square fellow,
though at time3 a little pugilistically inclined, he frankly ad
mitted that what we printed was. true. Ho went away appar
ently "cooled down," but we doubt to this day that if we had
said the other fellow had done our complaintant a cowardly
turn and was contemptible in it if we should have been inter
rogated about the matter just as we were. The attitude of
some people towards newspapers is very peculiar, and frequent
ly no thought is taken by such persons as to whether the news
paper man is conscientious, or ought to be, in what he says
gentine, is not on the list of stop- j
ping-places for the fleet, but at ihe
express invitation of the government
the flotilla of torpedo-boat destroy
ers sailed up the river La Plata to !
that city, where the officers were
treated with great honor. As the
- - ;i w x
They saw a settler, his face covered
.- t i i: x 4? : !
j ly. They drove to his house and he
hurried them in. Before morning
all the "party were dreadfully ill,
and one woman was dead. This fog
is of fine ice particles, so intensely
cold that they reach the lungs with
out melting. . The Indians justly call
this strange phenomenon the White
A King's Dyspepsia Tablet after each Pinesalve Carbolized acts like apoul-
meal overcomes indigestion, dyspepsia
and other stomach ills. Two dsys'
treatment free.. ' Ask our dealer. Sold
by E. T. "Whitehead & Co.
tice, draws out inflammation, and poi
son. Antisepitc, healing. For chap
ped hands, lips, cuts burns. Sold by
E. T. Whitehead & Co.
DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve is best for cuts, burns, bruises
and scratches. It is especially good for
piles. Sold by E. T. Whitehead & Co.
Examples lead us, End we likely see j
Such as the prince is, will his people
f- If you have catarrh rid yourself of
this repulsive disease, ask lr. fcnoop
of Racine. Wis., to mail you fiee, a
trial box of his Dr, Shoop's Catarrh
Remedy. A simple, single test, will
surely tell .you a catarrh truth well
I worth your knowing. W rite to-day.
Don't sutler longer. A. v. reterson.
squadron of Argentine cruisers.
Chile, notto be behind the repub
lies on the eastern coast, sent a war- J
ship to Punta Arenas, the capital of j
the province through which runs the I
Strait of Magellan, with instructions!
to its commander to welcome thej
Americans to Chilean waters, and to 1
report that a squadron of war-ships j I
would meet the fleet at Valparaiso, i f i
Plans have already been made for a
reception in honor of the fleet in the
capital of Peru when it reaches
Callao, the seaport of Lima.
Thus, practically all the way round
South America, the visit of the ships
of the powerful friend in the north
is welcomed. It means much to the
South Americans to learn that in
case of need there is the ability as
well as the disposition to uphold the
Monroe doctrine. This is what the
cruise signifies to the southern continent.
t- r.c jaccr iz v.z rrcr.
V harvest a poor err? z
Vv hen you can no surliy
yields pr aero" and ret
quality cf tobacco by ui.ir.rj
I V',- -
'i 1 :
1 1 -'-.
. 0. ar.-u one.
a lar L'Uji c
i 'J -tPft-Ji -Oi I -. ' r-. G Z: v.,
why net r.-c tr.en tr.is season ? There' ; no r--'n vb" v-.i
cannot accomplish t:,c sir.e as ibousancls i.i ober liv
C. Lrvc, ci 'J i.iKJiji;r, Vi.,say5 "Aa a produce re t tubuz
co,l do nticL-1 I tau say enough f-.r your fertiiii-'- Itr-,T:
I r?:i r.'f f ham frWI r !., t .. .x . . . ! - i ?
3 cur3. a cc.icve irgmia-Caixaiaa TcrtilLa-s to b- the bc.t ?" v f J
rn tho rr.orkat for tobacco." ,:- , $
Virginia-Carolina i erl:l:z2rs contDin b--lt-T and 1 1 ''-'- A'
rrade materials than any other brartl.i cf tobacco itnili'iJrV P-ilt?
i .iy vail incrtrase th8 yield per acre, and v. -p.-ova ths h t i
t-..uir ; ana q -.maty oi ir.e tosacco on rrov, go you can K fi
yzi a belter price per pound lhaa ever before. IJf,', t
!Tr.ch vaJn:.".?o infr,rir.r;ion on tfiV-arro-ntnr:
t ) yr.v.c 1 j; iilix jr d -i!er f.jr v. c ;py, c: wj
Eiijs ct'i cad one will bo sent -&u ireo.
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LA GUIPFE AXD PNEUMOXIA.
Foley's Honey and Tar cure la grippe
coughs and prevents pneumonia. Re
fuse any but the genuine in the yellow
package. E. T. Whitehead & Co.
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