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A i ' If (. t t It Is C " V !
old not correction from
child; for if tbou beat
i v nh the rpd, ba sbull uot
i t'.alt beat bini with tbe
1 shall deliver his soul
.-l. Proverb 8313, 14.
i Senator Pritcbard retired
.La Eeuate laat Wednesday,
',V'J tbe passing of the last
' r.'oau senator- frim the
All the Southern states
1 t I
TLfJUherille papers ssy that
(rations will soon begin iu bor
irj for oil. Perhaps the large
quantities of gM that has been
evident bout she villa for a -few
past have prompted the ex
, ' eat. , ,
"LeI'COINCBPHALITI" is tbe
t ; :.;e a 8on lh Carolina Dr. gives
what is ordinarily stsggsrs" iu
torses and mules. It atangers us
to pronounce the thug. We have
,,,t - ' yfhe Dr. calls
of the paper. Mr,
, .s associated with him Mr.
. B. Slarette, an experienced
rewepaper man. . We wish them
tls greatest measure of success. .
Tbe Sylvan Valley, News has
thanked hands again. The for
mer editor, J, 4. Minor, ani Mr,
V.'m. E. Breeee, Jr., now have
charge, and have bought a cylio-
d.r r'ss nd a large stock of new
"T;r....iaJ and types, and will soon
MKke considerable improvements
on the paper, '
The Asheville Citizen haa been
checked from an evening to a mor
ning paper. The last issue of tbe
evening edition was issued Satur
day evening; and the first issue
ci a morning paper was issued
yesterday (Tueaday) morning.
The Citisen has become one of the
vary best papers iu Western North
Drs. Dan. E. Sevier aud D. 0.
Jf Asbeville, weut JLfcum aa a preseut to tbe Shah of
Eler tOXau.rSetfl-TiMi(l; - vmiwrif aet : with Pnr.
Hills Elver te exa
Ced man that waa
found there a
few days ago. They fouud tbe
body to be a genuine petrified
Kan. It it known that tbe aotion
cf lime water, after decomposition
has begun, will cause petrifaction.
The location of the body, when
found, (ends to prove that the re
mains are getiuiue as they were
lying under a vein 'ftf limewater
tLat flowed through a lime kiln
about a quarter of a mile distant.
Jl Ccjjer C'sasvaaj Forming.
Ilr. D. W. L Wagouer, of Terre
Ilaate, Ind., waa in town yester
J.y. He has been in Maoon coun
ty several weeks, engaged iu min
ing on Scaly tnouufain. He owns
I.'TJ acres of land up there, aud
la haa found opjyr ore on the
lnda'tThich he thinks o be
taiaed with profit, lie iaVnewi
formitrg a company to go into
' 1. ; extensively. He showed
l; e Fats a specimen of ore that
; sC3 per cent coppef, with
j of gold and silver. Mica is
, io foiii) J on the lands.
, (ir'w:lei. Vverssaa.
'..-.1 to tlw Cltlzrn.) . ,
..'a-ii.sgton, D.C., March 5.
a remarkable demon
', iatLs senate chamber this
' t '-en Hon. Lee S. Over
s ' is:!.:s took the oath of
lis cJ.smber was trans
"1 i a Veritable flowed gar
s f -1 FiTH.'Jant Frye, in a spir
1 " y, rermitted the crow
'!..! s to applaud as loud
' S j m they wished when the
,ii. ' a walked forward,
i v a f,-era on Mr. Over
'; s.. c"iirral spjilaune
i .!kcd !iiwn the aisle
i t.e er:.i rf his col
u' r .'..iu -'-i.8.
i.' cf ti.iio our lir'Jc
I -iv, .o
p t in l.e-
, 1 1 1 he
1 h I .
.i,' i r.ru! 1
t i r
.l.il i-i'liE.O III
Virginia cinl f " t I
e-'MSl'ut: for tliH COUJ IO for Jfurp
and tonight located them. He
called T.Iack to Hie door of his lit
tle borne and riddled him with
bu'lefs. He gave himself. up.
Director f Ceugus F.cs'siih.
Washington, March- 7. Gover
nor Merriam, director of the con.
bus, placed his resignation in, tbe
hands of the President today. It
will take effect oil May 5, Gov.
Merriam reeigun 'to accept the
vice-presidency of the Iuteruafion.
al Mercantile Agency of New York
and will remove from Washington
to that city. , ,
The Decstrlk Skate.
This popular play will be pre
sented at the court bouse next
Tuesday night by the best ' of
Franklin's local taleut, All who
miBS it will miss a great amouiit
of real fun. Tbe proceeds will go
to the benefit of The Franklin Li
CASTOR I A
:.- For Infants and Children.
Ti " Ym 1,i",s J Piilfi
JuS Iwi.J Ibd liuiS ftiwuja t,..iil
uui agfut tor
J. UO ClttfV
Dictionary, one of the very -buiiaWH ' -! .
in print, containing nearly three
l .... i
hundred . thousand aords, aud
phrases, fully defiued. ' I trusl
that all our Professors in Colleges
and Schools, as well as all other
professional and business men,
will purchaao.a copy from me. If
they will do so I will be benefitted
very much. . I thiuk the book will
give full satisfaction- to purcha
sers. N. F. Howard, M. D.
. Dahlonega, Ga.
.."' , . -
A ferry boat was capsized on
the Hudson river last Saturday at
Spiers Falls, aud a doseu men or
mors were drowned. A frighteued
Italian boy seized one of the tack
le rope which caused the accident.
Sixty men were on the boat, most
(, i ' ' v
Hon. Richmond Pearson will
sail on the 24 lb inst for Persia to
enter upon his duties ns Minister
to that post. He will take witn
l eaia, a typewriter Bet with Per
sian characters. "
The number of bills and resolu
tions that passed the legislature
and have beeu "ratified is 1230.
Two years ago the number waa
1207. 1 ' 1 I '
BmhUk -lla Kind Van Haw Alters BaagM
- OoraiaB Feraaaent Ckalraaa.
. Washington, March 6; The
Democratic senatorial caucus this
morning elected Senator Gorman
to bis old position as chairman of
caucus. ,1 nere r ieunt zo or
33 democratic ttors. The steer-
iug ooraB"'ij (or
the past con-
eress has uumbered
ni&nibers, but Senator Gorman re
quested that the number be in
creased to nine, which was the
number in the days of his previous
chairmanship, aud this increase
was decided upon.
. ' Women's Pains Cured.
They are often caused by a lilieu
matio condition of the system, which
if not checked, results in heart, kid
ney and bladder trouble, ovarian
dropsy, etc. URICSUL, the great
California Uheiunatio Remedy, neu
tralizes the undue accumulation of
acids In the system and cures pnui
and disease. Send stamp for book
of particulars to the Lamar k Run
klu Drii! Co., Atlanta, Ga, or
URICSOL Uhemioal Co , Los Ango
len, ChI. Drugiats still It st tl.00
per bottle, or sis bottles for f 5.00.
A subscriber once got- a dun
through the poBtoflice and it made
him mnd. He went to Beo the
editor about it, and the editor
showed him some of bis own ; one
for peper, one for coal, others f.T
-m-'-rie, null f'Vil, i.oisr,
,, milk, Lread an 1 t..'n-:il
"r,'oft," B.-,i 1 (! o is! it i t
i ! )
11 '!' W. A. C.
l! v, in I' . i -.. ur h iin- r
cf 1 .'1, au.l vo v iOon pKU' ! ,' -ty
li-low IIn.i.:.:ouJ. One
morning I went oil duty ot !)
o'clock on a post nt some bouses
in a large farm. About a half
mile in frout of our line was the
picket line of the enemy, stretched
acroM a big field with nearly h
uiilo of his liue iu sight of my
post. Soon after the pickets were
chnuged at 9 o'clock, two Ynukce
borsemuu, spparently officers,' ap
peared at tbe yukee picket post
farthest to tbe right looking from
our line, : and. they commenced
waving . newspapers above their
beails, They rode along the line
uutil immediately in frout of my
poet, still waving (heir papers
which we understood to be a wish
to exchange papers with us. A
big buttle bad taken place iu - the
western department two or three
days beforehand we kueir the yau
kees wanted to see the acoounts of
tbe fight iu the Richmond ; papers.
We were also anxious tt see Nor
thern papers giving acoouutsof
the battle. I had ' bought some
Richmond papers the evening be
fore, aud had t hern with me, but
as we bad no authority from our
officers to exchange, I did not re
spond to their signals. Soon the
horsemen turned and started bnrk
to their quarters, but ju" ' '
they passed out of sigh"
uel of my regime.- 'to'iii
our poet, and r'..iurmed him of
the Yankee tn .!,,..,
onoprese.-a ha(, j
rSlT. "Jihad. He then said he
would like to see some JJorthoru
papers, and told me to mount the
feuce aud wave a paper. I did
so, and immediately tbe 'Yankee
pickets passed word along the line
till it overtook the two horsemen
who immediately turued and gal
loped back to the post in our front
waving their papers. The Colo
nel theu told me to go out . aud
meet a Yankee half way betweeu
hf lines and exchange papers.
as soon as 1 started on foot, a
Yankee picket also started on foot
to meet me. Both held papers
above the bead and marched on
till we met ou half way grouud.
When within a dozen yards pf
each other, the Yaukee was the
first to speak, and the following
conversation took place: v .
.Yankee: "What is the date of
your papers?" "
Reb.i '.'The 23rd ;". What ie the
date of yours 7n
. Yauk.: "Mine are dated 23d
Tbe papers were hauded each to
each, aud we turned books and re
traced our steps to our respective
picket posts without exchanging
auother word. '
, WORKING OVERTIME. '
Eight honr laws are ignored by
those tiivless, . little workers Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Millions are
always st work, night and day, cur
ing Indigestion, Bilioutmes, Consti
pation, Sick Headache and all Stom
ach, Liver aud Bowel troubles, ifti
sy, pleasant, safe, sure. ' Only !25o at
Smith's drug store, "n,
Bishop (Joes te the Pea.
. Charlotte, N. C, March 5. Ar
thur L. Bishop left this city to
day, iu custody of . officers, for
Raleigh to begin bis term of five
years' imprisonment fur the kill
ing of Thomas J, Wilson, Mrs.
Bishop accompanied her husband
as far as tireerisboro, where the
prisoner will change cars for Ral
eigh' Mrs. Bishop continuing ou
to Petersburg. -
"I drradfd l1 i!,: ' of It v ' 1 h
wa fi"l !' iv.'.' Ii ..jv e
of C'e'-i, ni'j i-' i io fry i ! !-
t'. I t-. crii !' 4 ' ft f" f '
ti't mi n, 10 ton' U ' -r
V'-tt n-nt it i. I r
:lPf il .' s
a f irs, juaur
: . v.?..: :. tj .mvKIj f .r t
j of i ull '.a r-.n.!j iiil'i
cuii c-uity and f.-r other ju-jo-res
)'.!.' -'il f.nul re riding.
(oe ction of tho .Public honl
bill will eetllo all controversy
about the color line iu schools.
The Co Jo exempts the children
Kirn from - the third generation
from the color line. In pluce of
Ibis the new section reads:
"Sect iou C8, of chapter 4 of the
Public Laws of the year 1901, is
hereby repealed aud the following
words are Inserted iu lieu thereof:
All white children shall be taugbt
in the public schools provided for
the white race, and all colored
children shall be taught iu the
public schools provided for the
colored race; but nc child with
negro blood iu his veins, however
remote the strain, shall attend a
school for the white race; aud no
such child shall be considered a
white child." -
Senator Welborn introduced a
bill imposing as au additional
franchise tax on railrouds the du
ty of furuisbmg frte transporta
tion to ex-Confederates when at
tending annual reuuious in the
State, eseh failure Jo do so to cost
the rai' " "tie hundred dollars.
Ma- " 'Jill 789 to pun
if '- -ating liquors
. it .1 natBAfl
io purcoase or sen voics, k--r
third " reading in the souatersJ
Alar, o. iiouue out io pruviue
for the atteudauce of cbildreu in
the schools of Macou couutv.
passed third reading iu the house:
Also, bill for tbe relief of Pub
lio School District No.5, Fraukliu
township, Macon cbuuty.
Mar. -6. -Passed third reading
in the 8euale: Bill to incorpor
ate the Audubon Socioty of North
Carolina. To repeal the law tax
ing dogs in Buncombe couuty,
Iu the House: To change the
July term of Swain Couuty Supe
rior Court.- House bill relative to
StpctLaw in Macon county.
Senate bill relating to tbe public
schools iu Macou comity.
Mar, ' 7. Seuate: Bill passed
third reading to increase the sala
ry of the Slate Superintendent of
Public Instruction from $1,500 to
2,500 per year.
Bill passed third reading to pro
vide for an issue of . bonds for
$300,00", the rate of interest not
io exceed 4 per ceut.
i Bill to protect deer in Clay aud
other counties, passed third read
The Board of alderman of Ashe
ville, laBt Friday evening, raised
the Mayor's salary from (500 to
$1000 per year. ,
, 4 '
It is reported that about tbe 16th
of last mouth in Jackson couuty,
auold Indian named Loweu Wash
ington froze to death in a hog bed
in the woods. Remnants of bis
body were fouud a few days ago,
most of tbe remains having beeu
devoured by hogs.
' Johnny's Baas.
Johnny had a llttln rain, v
Iw head wan hard u wood.
One dny it tol awny from klm,
. And oindtlie bmtlirrhoot.
A candidate was due that night, ,
i To paw the portals there.
The ram he winked the other eye,
And itruightwuy clura the tu(r.
"I'll nee what I eap do." aald he,
"To help th! virtuu through,"
And with a vrrv vlnnmi leap, 1
Into tlie hull he flew.
The norlne took one look nt him
But hi efforta were in vain
He hit hira where he thought he would,
Ho never aunt buck agtiin.
Th Lonoi Goat.
3antlit jf H""' fl1?
A Petrified Body Found ea Kills
One of the most remarkablo dis
coveries made in this section for
some time was the finding of a
petrified body on Mills River
Tuesday. A perfectly preserved
petrified body of a white man was
unearthed by two uegroes who
wore dicing a ditch on the farm
of A. M. button, it is said ou good
authority. Abbeville Gazette, "
Hon. Fpencer E. I'LiiUmrn has
located in Greeiibloro and mill
i I f (4 i . t ! t l.j I e I- t'
ti y,l !oh 1 ie f ' n II t " kr t-
i .,- f " ! i im::t Mi-s
Si? 1 t i i' . I i . '.a a'v la i -1.
1.-'. !i. t t r ? se u-.iiiy ., nnl
iiiccii stoiu'. i at r.i.MS do not
coiiie alwnya bi-'n. e tlie r'1 ,'on luej
trnrvrie t k; n!ms. A r'!;!nii aouiff-
tl'nra bpoon:!"!! p-pnl( tn Uvauie tliere
irp rouiI runilH. Then, amln, thi-re are
bad nmits In tlili'Mjr nettlt'd dlhtrlcta
in districts where the roads ought to
lie Rood. Good ronda in a ut'iglilwrhood
Indlente pro;:reR. Thvy result from
proKrc8 . aud they promote progress.
They are both on line and effect Well
kHt liiKhways eonntltute a theme
which Juas engaged the attention of
many mure pei-aom In the last decade
than In any previous one.
Improved highways hare promoted
the extension of rural free delivery,
sud this delivery has aided In the de-
i i '
a BAa to rnosPBitrrx.
veh)hient of better roads, says the
Washington Star. The buggy was a
benefit .to highway, A road good
enough for mounted horsemen and
homowomen, as so many of our preile
eesaors traveled, was not good enongh
for a buggy. Then the bicycle Im
proved the roadways. A highway good
enough for a buggy was not good
enough for a birycle, and thousands of
wheelmen roiling through tbe country
campaign work for th betterment
-. They told the country folk,
tLil' tuo that tlieir roads
1 gow!kTL!on e1"" TW
ry worc:,n',' tt la
nlwnntnetHia af miintr linkinai B roan
alwnra thlntte Ih. mail ha UVULOn IS
very good ot at least not so
. As tbe blclrcle helped along the good
fcwse. so jylU the automobile or the
traoi loll 'f urrlage. Autouioblllsts want
Every farmer should help a little by
using broad tired wheels. These wheels
not only do not rat tbe roads, but help
to maintain them. A broad tired wheel
ought to bear more weight without
strain than one with a narrow tire.
There 4a no- more friction In the aw
of a broad tire on a smooth road than
la the use of a narrow tire on a rough
one. A committee of autotnoblllsts, re
porting recently on New York roada,
It Is worse than useless to create
expensive and valuable highways only
to have them cut to pieces by the use
of narrow tires, as now used for the
battling of heavy loads tn this state.
When you have got a good thing. It
costs money, and yon must take care of
tt and change your methods to main
tain It Wide tires are of the greatest
value In preserving ordinary 7 dirt
Perfect esd Peerless
and tfl liver, Kidney sad E1J
der tronbles canted by uric acid
la th system. It cures by
cleaning and vit-.lixinf tlis
blood, thus removing tba cam
of diieue. It gives vigor and
tons and builds up tba health
and Strength of the patient
while using; the remedy.
UR1CSOL is a luminary In
the medical world. It has cured
and will continue to curs mors
of the abort diseases than all
other known remedies, many of
which do more harm than good.
This great snd thoroughly tested
and endorsed California Remedy
never disappoints It cures in
fallibly if taken as directed.
Try it and be convinced that
tt is a wonder and a blessing te
Price $1.00prbottlefor bot
tles for $4. I'orsalebydrupgitts.
Send sump for book of partic
ulars and wonderful cures. If
your druegiit cannot supply you
it will be tient, prepaid, npoa
receipt of price. Addnssr ,
IISICSH CBEMKAl ft, bs Aspa. td.
, Koatkera's Cedared Bates.
The Southern , U iitway offers the
following reduced rates, aouount
ipeeisl ocoaaiona !
Account Grand Chapter Order
Eastern Star, Wilson, N..C, April 7.
1 Otis. Tickets will be on sale April
5, 6 and 7th, with final limit April
12, 1003. Kute from A:,lieviile, via
GoMt-Uoro, 1 1 1 UO for round trip.
Aeeount J;t!.kii:il - "aniif '.cltirers
Ai-wieiistion, New Oilesine, La., Apr.,
15-17, 1" 3. Tickets on k.I jt.
lit) I.-.: I Yc;i I. no Al r; 3
i l tto fr ever yours,
. ' nnil
f y --"- eoiitilsi
All Cotnitorfolts, Iiuitntlons oimI " Ju.st-as-g:ooil" are but
Ilnporlmcnts tlint trlilo wiV nnd end.tncr tlio health of
Xofi&ts and CLSIdren Experience against IZipcrliaeiit.
171 int Io
Castorla la a hnrniless snbstituto for Castor OU, rnrt
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, It Is ricasnnt. It
. contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Wonng ,
and allays Fcverisliness. It cures Diarrhasa and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates th .
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sloes
The Children's Panacea The mother's Friend.
CZKUiriS CASTORIA ALWAYO
lo Kind You Mo Always Bf4iit
In Use For Over 30 Years.
mi mrwi iMMin, n mem annn n,
fill - . ' '
r ' " - '
l&Js fha'Plaiee to Obtain'
- ' L -
G rand Sweeping Low Rrjc-s
WRIGHT & ROBINSON'S STORE.
Everything tn tbe house at
J .make room for our Spring Goods. They are now arriving J
2 and it's room we want to display tbem. - -' ' v l
gienbeel (Goods for
Y7RI6HT & ROBINSON'S STORE.
NEWS BRIEFS. "
On March 4th as Senator Pritch-
ard retired from Congress, tbe
North Carolinians iu AVssbiugtou
urnsontnd him a fine silver service
ccsling about 1500. Richmond
Pearson made the presentation
NOTICE OF SALE.
By virtue of s power of sale Con
tained in a certain Mortgugu Deed
mmle by G. M. Oliver & wife A. J.
Oliver to the uudersignud dated tba
6th day of .May l'JO'i, and regietered
in ibo office of Ut g. of Deeds for
Macon county, N. C, in Book 'No. 9,
iiiiye 818 &o. of the record ojjjjort-
gage, and default having been made
in the payment of the indolitedneiis
secured by said Mortgage p. '
a hereby the power of s le co:i'
therein lias beeome oporaiivi', 'llie
nn.lers1 ;'ie 1 v. ill on 'londuy the 13,
J -y cf Ajnd 11"!'3, darirg ti- d biile
liiniis nn l m ncur the Lour cf 12
uV"i !,, in.;n, a tui-y be, H'il al j uli-
iu nut u.m i
! Il I ! I ' !
i D f ,"')! II
' isl l:.c cum I
1 Im.l : I v-
I w: ",t lr htns lu -l
I. is Loruo Co enatnro cf
Las been RiuJe under Lis rri
i'erI. I m since UsLrT.
HA AltA fA AMtlv. wiH tn dt. Ik.
FRANKLIN, N. C.
lowest cash prices, , We must
$11 the $sopl&.
The undersijined harjng qualified
as Administrator of Elisabeth Buck
ner, all persons having claims against
her estate are hereby notified to pre
sent the same, or this notice will lie
pleaded in bar of the same. : This
Fob. 23, 1903. J. B, Justice,
Tear Wants Snrpllesl Fressptly.
If you want posters,
If you want envelopes,
If you waut bill heads,
If you waut note heads,
If you want statements,
If you want show-cards,
If you waut letter heads,
If you want receipt books,
If you want prolan mes,
If you want invitations,
If you whii" 'lliug carda,
If you want 'il'inj tfls,
If you wiiut j . . printii3 t f spy
c!i pcripfiiu c!,;k, in t!,s vs ry L t
stjleauJat roc.k 1:!U-j ;'.
r: !l at
T, -tT::. ' r 'Ci'
I sf Hsi
TEXAS, ARKANSAS, LOtUST.
ANA, OKLAHOMA, INDIAN
COLORA'jK), UTAH, WTO.,
WING, ORKGCN, KONTA.
' NA, WASHINGTON, and
West, Northwest and Santbarest, .
Write oi call on ' .
J. G. HoLUKBKCX,
District Passenger Agent,
Louisville and Nashville R. R.,
No. 1 Brown Bldg. Opiiotite', Untua
'Depot, Atlanta, Ga. .
By virtue of tbe power of sale con.
taioed in a mortgage deed eieeBled
to tbe undersigned mortgagee on the'
20tb day of Out. 1900, by ' W. J.
Berry to secure the payment of a
debt of 1150 due Out 20, 1901 and
default having beea made ia tbe pay
raenl of said debt. I will on Jaon.
day tbe th day of April 1908, U
twecn tbe hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. -
m. at tbe court house door in FrankV-
Instsrcs only in tbe best t
lin, Macou county, to. satisfy said
debt, sell to tbe highest bidder for,
easb the following dfesorib4 land to
wit ; Being the lands sold to W. J.
lkrry by U. M. Merritt, ia Macoa
county, N. C Beginning at stake,
the beginuing vomer of a' tract fur- '
merly sold to W. J, Berry, and ruua
W. 9H poles to a W. oak. m south.
v . Lling
1....... uiea Eastward 72 poles J
post oak, then N 84 poles to al
oak Berry's comer, thanes a I
diiectloji with Berry's line to tfie boT
ginning, containing 18 acres, This
Mufa. 2nd, 1903. Ci. M. McaaiTT,
San L. Kkllt,
By viitue of the jiower of sale
contained in a deed of Trust eiocu- V
ted by E. D. Franks k wifs Flor
ence Franks to the anderagnstl1 '
trustee on tbe 20th day pf Out. 1899,
to secure the payment of debt duo ;
Sam. L. Kelly, Trustee under tbe
will of Cbas. L. Frost, of $300 aud -interest,
due and payable Oct. 20, '
1900riHLdjifault having b-u made
in tbe payment of said dt4 lyfc,iisv
lerest, and the said Sam L. Knlly "
having requested the sale of the lands
conveyed by said deed of Trust, -to
satisfy said debt. 1 will oa the 6ib
day of April 1908, between the hours
of 10 a. m and 4 p. m , at the court
bouse door iu Macou county, sell to
the highest bidder for cash in accor- -dance
witb tb terms of said deed of
Trust, A the lands conveyed by said- i.
deed of trust as follows, to wit : All
the land conveyed in a deed from J.
O. Franks 6 wife to Florence Frauka
said deed registered io Book "B B"
page 611 in office of Register of ..
Deeds for Mucob county, to which
reference is made for a fuller de
scription of said land. This Mob. 2,
1903. . J.F.Rat, 1
' Having qualified as administrator
oa tbe estate of Juhn Jl.mley on the
30 day of Jan. 1903, notice Is hereby
given to all persons indebted to tlie
estate of the said Join I!sinley, . to
make iniuuuiate pyincnl and set
tlement ; all in.-iu Law. 3 c!ii.'its
niiinst suij enisle will pre '.ml them 1
for payment on or I,-'.ire the i'-.h
dy of Febnury, 1' l, or ll.'s r- ' j
will be plead in I fr of t' .'lr rs-ovf-y.
TLis i;5;h day of Fcbrc- y IZ.i."
C. . Ivs,
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