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VOL. XXIV. New Series Vol. 11.-6-18
SCOTLAND NECK, N. C, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1908.
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Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body p through
y.xir kidneys once every three minutes.
yi-ri The kidneys are your
t ' Luuoa purniers, xney iii-
(i&0l)) ter cut 4he waste or
nK-tT'i,'kl'? impurities in the blood.
t.1 1 -r- .i
I vVV IA Y-Cm If they are sick cr out
h'p VVi V'J cf order, they fail to do
Pains, aches arid rheu
matism come from ex
cess c f uric acid in the
blood, dusto reelected
Kidney troubl.i causes quick or unsteady
heart bsit-, and makes one feel as though
v-.y had heart trouble, because the heart k-ever-working
in pc.ir.ping thick, kidney
j.cisonad blood th:ouj!i veins and aiteries.
It v.y:d to bi co-.ciiircd that only urinary
trouble J wore to t3 traced to th-:
but now modern science proves that nearly
constitutional crease: ttave their beiiv
iih-.g in kilr.ey trouble.
If you tre s:ck you can make no mistak
by first doctoring your kidr.oys. The mild
r..-:d the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Mwarop-Root, the great kidney remedy is
i ;on realised. It stands the highest for itr
vendsrful cures of the most distressing case;
t .-. i is zz .' i cn Us n-.cr'u f-Cf'iT
by all Ui-ubts in fiiiy-r-JIl
cent and one-do'lar siz-lSliC..', r7i&&?i
snropte bottie by mail nf.me ?r s'wnnip-noa.
free, a! so parrrhiet tellirg you how to fine
out ii' you have kidney cr bladder trouble.
Mention this crcr when writing Dr. Kilme!
ft Co . Eincharntcn. M. Y.
Don't make any mi.-tal-ro, but rc
rr,( ;nler t!io name. Swamp Root, Dr.
Kiiin.'Vs Swamp Root, and the address
I3inu:hami-.i:i, X. Y., on nvr-ry hott'.e.
qo p. sNrm, m. d.
Physician and Surgeon,
Scotland Neck, N. C.
Office in the Xew Dank Duildincr. j
Physician and Surgeon,
Scotland Neck, N. C. ;
Office on Depot Street. '
)R. A. C L!YRH0iN,
Otlice upstairs in White-1
'JJ.rvT head Bttildine.
Qnptre hvtiv f . x'-zn " ' o'cIocL
and 2 to 5 o'clock.
jjt W. MJXON,
Watch Maker, Jeweler, En
graver, Scotland Neck, N. C.
Attorney and Counselor at
219-221 Atlantic Trust Building
Notary Public. Bell Phone 7C0
gDfiTOD L TRAVIS,
Attorney and Counselor at
Halifax, N. C.
Money Loaned on Farm Lands
ILL l JOSEY,
General Insurance A gent.
Scotland Neck, N. C.
l'rs---&l iiat-- to Jts ynuUif-ji Color.
b&y i'rs-SW Cutcj ftr.lp lirsefe tair Islltog. I
Full and Complete Line.
of fins and Caskets
Burial Robes, Etc.
Hearse Service any Time
N. B. Josey Company,
Scotland Neck, North Carolina
Basky Kcuntesn Tea .Nuggets
A Ecsy lledioino for Basy People.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor. -A
s--cific for Constirwition, Indigo ,tlon, Live
ni l Ki'ine Troubles, Pimples. Eczema, Impure
ltloo.l, Bui Tirea-th, Shi(?c:ii,h Bew-ols, Ilea'tech
pr. l Uiickaofcc. It's Rocky Jlcmnlain Tea ictab
"l form, S.- Cfnta ft bn.-r. Genuigo niado by
KoLLis-iES Dxuo CoKPiNY, Mulisun, Wia
SOLDEH KUGSET3 FHf! CALLOW F'ECPl F
RifieS YS?E?S!A TSBIETS
Relieve indigestion and Stomach Troubles.
SfianZsan Piia Remedy
RELIEVES WHEM OTHERS FAIL
M EH Jossy Co j
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Li EDITOR'S LEISURE HOURS.
Observations of Passing Events.
President Roosevelt must be a busy man, and withal he is
wonderfully resourceful. When the National Education Asso
M . . ... ciation held session in Washington two
SOURfJ Admonition. woe flgo Mr Rooseveit addressed a
body of the school men, andamongst other things he gave them
chunks of sound advice about training boys and girls as fol
lows: "Teach the boys and girls that their business is to earn
their own livelihood; teach the boy that he is to be the home
maker; the girl that she must ultimately be the home-keeper;
that the work of the father ?'s to be the bread-winner, and that
of the mother the house-keeper; that their work is the most im
portant work by fai in all the land. So teach the boy that he is
to be expected to earn his own livelihood; that it is a shame and
.scandal for him not to be self-dependent, not to be able to earn
his own in the rough work of actual life. Teach the girl that
so far from its being her duty to try to avoid all labor, all effort,
that it should be a matter of pride to her to be as good a house
wife as her mother was before her."
According to some previous announcements there was to
have been an ami-prohibition convention in Salisbury Thurs-
Kot Too Sangahc.
Democrats" visited the city to attend the convention. They
were lion. Geo. L. Morton of Wilmington, Hon. Harry Stubbs
of Williamston and Capt. J. D. McNeill of Fayetteville. Some
may be inclined to conclude that because this first attempt of the
anti-prohibitionists failed they will leave off effort and not make
any strong fight against State Prohibition. Such a conclusion
is not at all warranted, Who has ever heard of the whiskey
interests giving up a fight so soon? While it is entirely pos
sible for prohibition to carry in North Carolina by a big major
ity, this will not be done except by strenuous effort and persis
tent work on the part of temperance people. Nothing short of
this will bring the good majority that the very sanguine ex
pect, and it behooves every man who believes that the State
needs prohibition to do his full share in the present struggle to
free our State from the curse of the liquor traffic.
The people of the South are becoming greatly interested in
' good roads. Mecklenburg county, in this State, is said to have
. n j, the finest road system in the South. The
; The South and Gcca Roads. Trade8maDf as uoted by tho charlotte
! News, thinks that investments in good roads are most excel- j
! lent. It says: "This investment first yields a return in an en- j
'.littiiCcJ alue of all lands that arc served by good roads, and
! the State finds its immediate return for its outlay in that direc
j tion, while the owners of these lands can add greater variety of
crops as they can more readily place their products in local
! markets. And then the residents of the towns and cities can
j be more easily and more economically supplied with food prod
j acts from nearby farms, and so there is an endless chain of
I benefits resulting from good roads that brings a compensating
return to all classes in the State, and so all are interested in this
movement and should help' it along. The South is waking up
to thes.3 facts, and it only requires proper persistency on the
j part of those who most clearly recognize the need of good
I roads in order to secure what is desired in this direction."
It has been given out that
Governor William L. Douglas,
How to Win.
he is a large manufacturer and replied that trusts must be
throttled. Here is his platform and a few of his comments:
''First, the Democratic party must make tariff reform the fore
most issue. Second it must oppose the increase of Federal
power and revert to the old doctrine of State rights. Third, it
must fight special privileges in every form. Fourth, its leaders
must get together on the common ground with the fundamen
tal principles of Democracy as a basis, casting aside extreme
radical doctrines on the one hand and ultra conservatism on
the other. With such a platform and with a candidate chosen
to represent principles rather than fads and isms, the Demo
cracy will stand a strong chance of winning. I have said re
peatedly that tariff reform must be the leading issue. That re
form must come now, not with promises of revision in the dis
tant, uncertain future. The present tariff system is at the root
of most of our national evils. It is the source of that monstrous
iuiquity special priviloge which saps the very foundation of
government and of business life. Special privileges foster a
class that feeds on the productiveness of the masses."
According to stati'stics sent out from Washington by tlie De
partment of Commerce and Labor, the United States last year
received much from its noncontiguous
We Send Away our Money territories. The following is noted
with interest: "Of the 32 million dollars' worth of merchan
dise received from the Hawaiian Islands over 30 millions was
raw sugar. Of the 23 million dollars' worth of manufactures
coming from Porto Rico 151 million dollars' worth was raw su
gar, nearly 4 millions' worth of cigars, 11 millions' worth of un
manufactured tobacco, and about 1 million dollars' worth of
fruit. Of the nearly 13 million dollars' worth of merchandise
received from the Philippine Islands over 11 million dollars'
worth was Manila hemp, less than a half million dollars' worth
sugar, and nearly a quarter of a million dollars' worth cocoa
nut meat (chiefly in the form known as copra used inthemanu
facture of oii). Of the 11 million dollars' worth of merchandise
received from Alaska, 85 million was fish, chiefly salmon in
cans, nearly a million dollars' worth copper ore, and about a
half million dollars', worth furs and fur skins, in addition to
which there was practically 12 million dollars' worth of gold,
the product of mines in Alaska, and 2i millions of gold from
foreign territories, presumably produced in the Canadian Klon
dike reigon and sent into Alaska for shipment to the United
States.". . '
Harsh physics react, weaken the
bowel, cause chronic constipation.
Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation. 25c.
Ask your druggist lor .them:; - i:
day, llarch 5, but reports from that
said that only three "prominent
the New York World asked ex
of Massachusetts, what the Dem:
party must do to win. Mr.
instantly turned from his desk
ManZan Pile Remedy, price 5Cc., is
guaranteed. Put up ready to use.
One application prompt relief to any
form of Piles. Sooths and heals. Sold
by E. T. Whitehead & Co.
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In a Lirte Kbiie.
- (Chicafifo Eecord-Kerald.
On the hillsides lambs will gambol
In a little while;
Down the larfe the cows will amble
In a little while,
Fragrant blossoms will be awaying
In the gentle breeze;
Lovers will go forth a-Mayino:
Full of ecstasies,
In a little while.
Robins will be blithely singing
Jn a little while;
Maids in hammocks will be swinging
In a little while;
Foolish fellows will be rocking
Glib spellbinders will be flocking
Out to capture votes,
In a little while.
Bumble bees will gladly bumble
In a little while;
Into pitchers flies will tumble
In a little while;
Passing people will be hearing
Golfers crying 'Tore;"
Wall street will be busy shearing
Trusting lambs once more,
In a little while.
All the woods will ring with gladness
In a little while;
People will forget their sadness
In a little while;
Doves will be serenely cooing
Kites will cleave the air;
Maddened mobs will be pursuing
Umpires here and there,
In a little while..
Who Should feg Oar Hgxt Governor?
(Communicated to The Commonwealth.) j
There is one candidate that the 1
preachers can't find any fault with
and when they can't you may
know he is a pretty good man and
can be trusted with the ship of
, , , , , r. , .,,!
set of people who do find fault with j
him and they are the rich bond
and stock holders of the railroads
or some other oppressive corpora-j
tions who try to crush out honest j
competition, or (heir servants. j
He is a friend to the farmer.
How can he help it, being brought j
up on the farm, taught by a noble 1
Confederate soldier, Capt. Buck !
Kitchin, his father, how to do hard j
labor: His record tor ten yeai-s m
Congress, trying at all times to se
cure legislation favorable to the
farmers, is why he is so vigorously
opposed by the American Tobacco
Company and railroad interests.
Who ever knew of either of these in-
ssts to help t-se farmers, except
to get gain for themselves.
Farmers, he is your friend.
record in Congress verifies this
statement and being your friend
and for you he is for the "bone and
sinew" of this land. It all depends
upon the farmer and you are in the
majority. So think for yourselves.
Don't let county politicians, corpor- j
ation and railroad lawyers tell you i
how to vote. You have just as bi
brains as they haxe, capable of pro-
, . j . ' ,,
during good, honest, pure thoughts, I
thoughts that are not polluted with ;
bribe money from railroads and j
other oppressive corporations. I
have confidence in your thinking
capacity. I have confidence in your
action at the nrirrary. "Be not de
ceived." If you want to live and
do well you must get good prices for
your tobacco and other products,
This you can do if you vote for and
elect to office such men tf execute
. . ,
and make laws lor your country as
Hon. W. W. Kitchin. Everything
good come3 through the kitchen.
0, ftf fVio nATnnr.nti nfvra-3-
papers that oppose him are really j
not Democratic; "they are wolves
in sheer s ciotnmjr, ana wneniounu
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out they will be Republican papers
or railroad organs.
N. B. Some people (who would
oppose him anyway) say he has held
office ten years. Well, if people of!
his own district know him well en
ough to honor him five times isn't it
good proof that he is worthy and
can be trusted outside of his own
district? Don't be disturbed by such
opposition. It's tommy rot. Haven't
you thought that railroad money
may be producing some of these ar
guments? It certainly is not good
Democratic doctrine. Good Demo
crats should want some one for their
governor who has accomplished
something like Kitchin; one who has
been tried, tested and weighed in
the balance and ' 'found not wanting. '
The very fact that certain so-called
Democratic newspapers, oppres
sive corpoiations, the American To
bacco Company, the railroads and
their attorneys oppose him is' proof
enough that we need Hon. W. W.
Kitchin for our next governor.
Ira M. Hardy, M. D.
Washington, N. C.
Ahealthy man is a king in hi own
right ; an nnhealthy man is an unhap
py slave. Burdock Blood Bitters builds
up sound health keeps you well,
LEARN TO SAVE.
First Step Toward Freedom and
Independence is Economy.
A writer on the subject of saving
and spending says this:
Volumes have been written, ser-
i mons have been preached and even
songs have been sung from time hn
memorial regarding the different
clases into which the human race is
divided, but after all, there are only
two classes between whom there is a
real and distinct dividing line; the
spenders and the savers.
j The accomplishment of the works
i of any age the building of the
! houses, the mills, the bridges, the
! railroads, the ships and everything
j that has furthered man's advance-
ment and happiness has been done
j by the savers. The spenders carried
i up the brick for the savers who built
The man who never has a dollar
laid away for the proverbial "rainy
! day," or in readiness for opportun
ity's knock, is a slave. He cannot !
helD beinsr a slave, for he is in con-
! st&nt peril' of falling under the bond- !
! age of those others who have money, j
The first step toward freedom and
independence is economy. Economy j
means the avoidance of all extrav- j
agrance and the application of j
money to the best advantage. The
starting point of economy i3 the first
nickle, dime or dollar that is saved
as a nucleus aroundwhich the whole j
future may be built.
The trouble with most men is that
they are not willing to climb the road
to wealth by industry, temperance,
frugality and honesty, but spend all
their time looking for the royal road
that will enable them to attain
! desired goal without
sacrifice or ef-
fort on their own part
. , ,
ly, they go through life dragging af-!
ter them a load of debt and obliga
tions that criDV)les their indenend-
ence and makes of them servile,cring-
ing creatures who cannot stand up ;
boldly and look the world in the face
because they have not a dollar m
their nocksts and the independence
that goes with it.
It does not require superior cour- j
age or virtue to be economical. Econ-;
omy is sausneu witntne ordinary en
ergy and efforts to the ordinary
mind. Economy means to do with
out some little thing today, so that
! we may have something greater and
! better in the future.
Let us look back for ton years over
; the life of the spender. How easily
he could have saved a dollar each
week, without depriving himself of
j one single comfort or pleasure. Had
i he done so, his bank account would
now amount to $559 plus the inter
est. No matter how small the irn
come, a portion of it should be re
To the spender I say: Begin now
todav. at once purchase inde-
, , ... i i,
slavery by starting a bank account.
If you cannot spare $5, start it with
$1. If you cannot spare a whole del
lar. be-rin it with ten cents, and be
fore another year rolls around you
will know how good it feels to have
a real bank account.
$100.oo "p-ikl "l,v"DrS?lWHp for an v
rm.nt case of Grippe or acute Cold
that a cent box of Prevent ies will
j not break.. JIcw is tins tor an oiler .
j e Ivor's 't
these little Candy Cold Cure tablet."
1.rpV(,ntil.;s oertainlv compete. It's I
a $100 a
its pretty big
1 odds. And Prevents, remember,
Contain no quinine, no j.i a., ii i e, i.uln
ing harsh nor sickening. Pneumonia'
would never appear if early colds were
! ahvavs iroi-en
Sate ami sure lor k -1
43 rrcveiitiea -jc.
; vensu cniKu-en.
j A. C. rKTr.nso.s-
"He hasn't any heart in his work."
"Exactly. That's hi3 liver." Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
HOW TO CURE RHEUMATISM.
Is an Internal Disease And
quires Aa Interna! Remedy.
The c?.use of Rheumatism and kindred diseases
is an excess of uric acid in the Hood. To cure this
terrible disease this acid must be expelled and the
system so regulated that no more acid will be form-
ed in excessive cjuanititics. Rheumatism H un in-
ternal disease and requires an internal remedy,
RUBBING with Oils and Liniments WILL NOT
CURE, affordsonly temporary relief alScst.cau.ses
you to delay the proper treatment, and allows the ;
malady to g-et a firmer hold on you. Liniments ;
m?.y eaae the pain, but they v. ill no more cure I
Rheumatism than paint will change the fibre of
rotten wood. ;
Science ha3 at last discovered a perfect and :
complete cure, which is called "RHEUM ACIDJ5."
Tested in hundreds of cases, it has affected the i
most marvelous cures; we believe it will cure you. ; (
RIIEUMA'CIDE "(rets at the joints from the in- j
sid-2," sweeps the poisons out of the system, tones ;
up the stomach, repulates the liver and kidneys j
and makes you well all over. RIIEUMACIDE !
"strikes the root of the disease and removes its
causes." This splendid remdey is ccld by druir- j '
gists and dealers generally at 50c. and $1 a bottle.
In tablet form 25c and 50c Get a bottle today;
delnvs aro-danserous. For sale by E. T. White-
head & Co. V r
Bon't be a Growler.
Atmore (Ala.) Spectrum.
When one finds he is out of sym
pathy with his town, and can only
say a good word for it coupled with
an apology, he ought to get out.
Many people fall into a sort of un
conscious growling. But it's a miser-
habit. Such people make of;
themselves a dead weight while of Jafke until you cure tl kidney acl.e.
course thev imagine themselves par-! 11 ,!"; k."I,I,',.v" an ' tmn
i .' rtM i- -i ! tlie re-t ot tlic sv.-tem i-s pretty sure to
tieularly independent. The individ- J l)0 in vi!;iiriIH iu.aith.
ual has about all he can do to get! Do.m's Kidney fill make strong,
along under his own loads, and he j healthy kidnej.
wants help and encouragement from' u- Ani''tv-n, Ohuivli St., Rocky
... ii iMount, A. ( ., navs: 1-or montin
i..i ijuiiiji ma va, aim wnj cii is
identified with him in interest. So
with the town. It has its interest to
care for and it needs all the co-operation
end helpfulness its citizens can
provide and bring to bear. Every
; man is a part of his town. The town
embraces the fortunes, and in some
measure at least takes on the char-
acter of the man. So loyalty to one's
s-lt, and tins loyalty is in the line ot
all well-shaped human nature. There-
fore it h right to say that the man
who does not stand up for his town
i h in some way dwarfed. There is
something wrong about him. His
fellows will pass this judgment upon
him and the chances are that while
ho may add to the discomfort of
others he will not escape makirg
ManZan l'ile Remedy comes ready
to use, put u in a collapsilile tulie with
nozzle attached. One application proves
its merit. Soothes and he.iN, reduces
inflammation and relives soreness and
iiching. For all forms of Tiles. Price
."!). Guaranteed. Sold by K. T.
Whitehead A' Co. -
"No one knows where lightning is
going to strike." "No," sighed the
: politician, "and what's more to the
j point, no one knows what the grand
j jury's going the strike, either."
Detroit Free Press.
NO CASH OX RKCOUD.
fnore is no ease on record of a cough
or cold resulting in pneumonia or
j'i mtiii mrit inn o f i m- Knlev's 1 Trine V il ml
: T;ll. haA l0fn taken, as it will stop
; your cough and
break up your cold
: nuickly. Refuse any lut
I-oley s Honey and Jar in yellow
package. Contains no opiates and is
safe and' sure. F. T. Whit'-head fc Co.
Speaker Cannon's presidential
boom has been endorsed by the re
publican committee of Guilford coun
ty, N. C. Mr. Cannon was born in
that county. The Commoner.
NO t'SF TO DIE.
"I have found out that there is no i f-e
to die of lung t rouble as long as you
can get Dr. Kine's Nov.- Discovery,"
sa vs Mrs. J. P. White,of Rndiboro. Fa.
''1 would not he alive to-day only for
wonderful medicine. It loo-en- up
igh nicker than anything else, and
cures bin;; disease even alter theca-e is
pronounced hojeless." This mo-d reli
able remedy for coughs and cold.-, la
grippe, a-thni i, bronchitis and hoarse
ness, is sold under guaranty;; at F. T.
Whitehead it Co.'s drug store. 50e.
and $1.00. Trial bottle free.
In the last act the heroine's tears
fell like rain. The villain wa3 sur
prised. She had been ro cold during
the preceding acts that he expected
j nothing less than a hail storm. Chi-
' cago News.
Mr. Wm. II. Anderson, M. D., of
Sola Springs, Mi., says that B"e.
Laxative Cough Syrup has relieved
coughs and colds where all other reme
dies failed. D.; gentle laxative etl'ect
especially recommend it for thij,drer.
It is pleasant to take. For eoughs.
Ids, hoarseness whooping cough.
ViHiC-v refunded if not satisfied.
: i,y j.;. 'p. Whitehead cr Co.
To All Our Subscribers.
The Leading Agricultural Journal of the Nation, Edited
by an Able Corp? of Writers.
THE AMERICAN FARMER is the only Literary Farm
Journal published. It tills a position of its own and has
taken the leading place in the homes of rural people in every
section of the United States. It gives the farmer and hn
family something to think about aside from the humdrum of
routine duties. Every issue contains an oiiginal Poem by
Solon L. Goode. We make the exceptional offer of Two for
the Price of One: The Commonwealth and Tin: Ameri
Both One Year for Oaly One Dollar.
This unparalleled offer i3 made to all new subscribers
and all old ones who pay all
CAN'T BE SEPARATED
Some Scotland Neck People
Have Learned How to Get
Rid of Both.
e and kidney ache are twin
Yon can't separate them.
And von can't iM i id of the luck-
my si-ter mi tiered from kidney trouhlo
and daring that time was unahle to get
out of the house on account of the ft
ve.e pain in her Lack. There was nl
so a hnneiies.. a c toss her loins and
though she doctored extensively and
ued nimeroiw remedies, nothing im
proved licr condition in the least. At
1 i-t Doan's Kidney Pills were brought
to her at teiition, and the content of
the first box lirought such beneficial
results that Miecoutmnel taking them
until entirely relieved,
pcriencc I tliink that
From t his ex
the merit of
loan' Kidn -v Pills is imuuestionable.
For sale by all dealers. Price 5'c.
Folor-Milbum Co. .P.uU'alo.N'ew York,
s -le iigep.ts for the I nited States.
Remember the no.iie DOAN'S
-anti take no other.
On curtain lectures a husdand al
ways prefers t draw the curtiin.
Rings l.itlle ,i-r Pills for bilious
ness and siefc headache. They clen
the system and tli ar the skin. Pr
2V. ' Try them. Sold b- K. T. White
head A Co.
Said the man who lnd skipped his
board bill: "The inn-kecper is out."
I fere comes t he Spring winds to chap,
tan and freckle. l'.-e Pinesalve Cur
holi.ed (acts like a poultice) for cut n,
sores, burn.-, chapped lips, hands and
faee. It soothes ;md b'-als. Sold by
F. T. Whitehead .t Co.
The less money a man makes the;
more he hasit lie isn't married.
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup is a new
remedy, in improvement on the laxa
tives of former years, as it docs not
gripe or nauseate and is pleasant to
take. It' is guaranteed. K. T. White
head A Co.
No man will criticize your singing
as long as you sing his praise.
DeWitt's Carbolize I Witch Hazel
Salve is best for cuts, bunn, hruinvt
and M-iatehes. It i- especially good for
piles. Sold bv E. T. Whitehead & Co.
Weldrn, N. C, Dec. 1!, 1C07.
It gives 're pleasure to state that
the .settlement with me by the Union
Central Life Insurance Company for
the insurance on my husband's life,
is entirely .satisfactory, and I earn
estly recommend the Company to
any one who may wish to secure in
surance in one of the safest and best
companies in the country.
Lvuka A. Cook.
The above claim was settled by me
on thedateof Mrs. Cook's certificate,
and he expressed surprise that the
claim rbould have been settled so
soon after her husband's death.
If you desire Life Insurance you
can get it in no better company than
the Union Central.
Premiums moderate and-dividends
Shall take p'e?surc in explaining
E. E. IIlLUARD,
arrears and renew.