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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 13, 1890, Hutchinson, Kansas                                I PR1GEJJST. Try a ssok of our s I Arbor Day at the Sb�H^n ttT.-------... Aibor d�y eierolsw kt*me Sherman street school began at,lm p. m. with literary nxerclwf, consisting of patriotic sonjr/, declamations and compositions on Kansas subject, such as 'Ksosss MeD,'' "Kansas rVoiucti"," "Kan�a� School," "Kansas Zephyrs, Sunflower! and Grasshoppers," etc.; also a lesson on Kansas was given In various rooms, After the exercises in the rooms the pupils, teachers and visitors passed to the north of the building, where a beautiful Sag, 8x18 feet, purchased bytbe teachers and pupil/, was pro: raised, owing to oarefu Hutchinson__v ..uuuMnemnolUiiV�, and 1 find myself already anticipating grand and gloilous time. As this will be the twenty- fifth anniversary of the association, every (Sort trill be made to matte It U;o grandest convention ever held in the state. The conrutulatlona of the Pratt County Hun-day Bchool Association are tendered to Reno County Association, through their president, Mhb. M. M.Akdkbbon. Preston, Kan, April 11,1890. street rnrtauVTnt * 13, le90. inVCDTICCMCUTO In lw� "lumn are AUIEn I lOCIIICn I 0 lnnrted sttherstoof Omeoenta per lino sschday, must bo lor  definite u orator of times and positively paid for In tdvsnee. WANTED-CJlrl for general taonsnK-ork atMTi Avenno A Eul. aM U Wi Iblniperttf.Tea/M?.'T-St^a^ST * New OrTa.�,\?^-. ,_____jim' preparations by I lira. B;>y(i, after which three cheers were 'given and the "Hid, White and Blue" wasaung with much spirit. As the Held sports were to be south of the but Id ing, over 40u enthusiastic and _      illiwmul happy children fell into ranks, and, led the newcomer in complete RinaMruSBX by our drummer boy, Willie Arthur, took in the copious proportions trvM^F' *> inarched with waving flags around the cro^andJeaatoRover. whlsps; yard and Into position on each side of the grounds arranged for the contests. The first in order were four relay races; straight from the Qr\J^J? � was still a l'ttlc dauJi �t�tlon- noise.  He^oct^dJ,/tt^ro,r�1~- " t ^wffl^ us wN. ,ap ^ ,door opened and a man of ,3�lon l, i I80-.�f*t strolled in.  TheoM        ,!3L '    Ma .�we will place on sale an ex-, **>bLine of White Goods, Lawns, econd, two olub race.,io,r^ ^ Th^lM^ rBOe b8tW6en ��ree boys ' J^oUowing are the names of ,h. Relay raoe-JJen Nob!?, Willie Cole man, Bert Arthur, Dorsey Hawkinr Carl otaniey Bourn* f'h�.i�,r,.-._ .    _      me sep rtunlty, laration grant i ' � So"T '.'^""'Molassss, We. JtS&.o "f Molasses, 6no" I ib B...'J�pMt,,�Tirj,rr. ' ttrape-.^aple Blrap, Bite . <*w Ori�|^Molasss. o -'olassea.1.. Hall storms are Molasses, sede Easter eggs. "I've got the drop on you I" a. said to the perspiring pedestrian. The Atchison Champion has Invited state press to mind its own business. "Sah!" "I cftlc'late that man Is seven "Eight, sr.',!.- , "Gosh.'' Ji "Eight foot oue, sah.  Hei The old man bad acarcalyf./iiuton B his luncheon when a little t.JambrU ant. _ feet high, but wearing a- gj   T.   , �/ plenty of jewelry, waJk*0-~11,6Ur*tttlS  . cllmbml Into a chair ani�Capt. Wellrflhe wont; stow was neglected.  i� for Hambj* "'Klittle ---------,,rnie Olone,  eyes fairly bobhing //orolllJ, lei^y       Y.m! Stanley Bourne, Charley Gary, Joe Chris   maa 8hldl�1    T%f,L ht uf       S'J man Morris Oldberg. Freeman r3mi.h, tow"tl�ta.^ Joe Hoatnan, Archie Res, William Holmes Rai, thn work of fflnst nlell,'0, thOTa b? and Guy Bedwell. acarcelydeTouref I 53i Olub race-Mahel v..----  -       tnereww nnothlir00*' 00 o.  Uame trom f the usnn camo in. 1 >he Avocaf, in a largo." pletely devoitl of* le sank. Ud across jj, Incho as while n.^ � ~        1  * look of horror can and his spoon Tell "Gcewhittaker [' people of this Now tho9e, I calo'laro 11, Point quick cuougl waiters ooultl stir th'< .loor into yoiirtMnfli] ton and the oyster stil ----� I hasty deixirtnro. J. Z. Little's spectacular drama "Thel   "Jerry," said the race-Mabel Myers and Lucy) [ Haskinson. Sack race-Charley Hayden. The victors were waited upon by a committee, who presented each a beautiful red, white and blue badge made by MIbb Call! and Mrs. Maury. At a given signal the pupils marched to drum beat Into their rooms for dismissal. Amu��inuEita spectacular drama 'The I ',�Ti'n0CatK^!|"te<,        Crawford's j "o-vance, to a ,vafte. �N6%5 agot V Iar�eflt Bnd       ' - "'" f?-"?r Dnt do1 ted d ,,iri 0f', ...!��...-   T. A Kanaan has patented a grain meter -possibly a new edition of "Comln'Thro' the Rye." The Germans are organizing a fund for a monument to Bibmahck, That looks like unseemly haste. It was In the city of Brotherly Love that one man recently bit off and swallowed another man's Up, Since the cyclone Hamu Wattehson has taken a new lease upon his hatred of Kansas. "It's an ill wind," etc.; The St, Joe Herald came oat Wednesday with a triumphal supplornWi-.iw The Democrats furnished tb  1 consider iot �,.   - """* I getting all broke up,', ratal-'1 ""i?.6 Bea"on-  The more lunches to tluarf ,, .  "       '"mgh nM ^occasions I Tribune, and river cxp�... la&gfo , to the development- alonfe ^ gallon for her rich ��^n"i^ " haps no other state In g iu so much money Into the suppxiit itjjj^ ^' treasury for government la'i take pa. has. Yet  the    crumbs    th� 9th received   from    the   f JOU,lg m,n have   been few   and  ans to the gersontuWf , omen 3LA'n prizes to nf usion Id most rapid in Pin four classes, thfendered by ln-longing aQ8 in the line of d the rVsociated Press bered tvt   Hiss K. B. boats.  Ik prize in the lay for tla sent over the ' e Nortq ;,' fiite Goods will go at 5c. "      1%-9. "      10. "       15. '      18. "      30. 85. day Wkks Datien, blue and white cross compleiliite Goods, Bold elsewhere for Kansas, )c a yard. 'Amerld sing who ing with led WTPS !sre moving pulte ingratiate,"8 aod 8et one l,e'orB ^ and teachi1' Then in.) red, whlt^.r ln shaet has been a great rhythm to;iot f0r|u8. Itlsa good Kid with mill^rLadyVShoe, worth $8,25. marched ^'our neighbor has a pair of exercises j^* was raised, fnjiUr done some Ywue enjoyB the h(W Uhoe, worth 60c, only 25 in the city to {[''Shoes worth 75c, only 49 rommenced-V'teceiTe Prompt Attention to preservjj*' First f' Fear  There Is somocfaiug , dread human boimp h. " Ing toY! ProfeKojJVji; Give western Kansas a ng thoso who tern of irrigation and no a For Instance, tricton earth cancel for supremacy. Whether * a 'brilliant thorough system is possib. articles over to be solved. There is at,|lrK!s Pros!dotI ble hopetthat it can, and �.strument uu- "Uneaoy lies the head crown," remarked the"'",ust l*ui;l<-"'Jo '" � , hl^ak the hair, fully Slice.' /WvtKinattheends. Uet ^tei.t ascend by degrees. j.i^t'S^Suut should then be di-. dlseabv! ^^\r-our parts and �.-ninl,wJ In KeStlonilj^isV using a fine tooth comb never drag it through the length of the hair unless you are anxious to become bald. The dandruff is not in the hair; It is in the scalp, and the nealp only should bo combed or scrujied.   By carefully dividing the hair the head can be bared and comb**!.   A little practiuu will enable a maid to glide the comb out of tho hah-, removing much of the dand-jjj&^WjJuhlwlth it.   What remains in ihe JBa7        'ani-J       11 is difficult for an ps�rown head.  The duty Th.  mJr'   P*C,T so'oeoua ine Minneai. ,-=S.i,,oo can l� prepared robbed of $10,000 WdtV; head in a healthy dently did not understand"0"10 � '"�t�re paste. �llcuts: One - �    ,    veered In view of Russia's plague of mloe, tfil: ctar should secure a Visit from the Chinese emperor and his 10,000 traveling attendants. ncL nijjorU hand wl Uazette. Another inno   candlo-and king for P. T. Babhuu's "greatest show on earth" is his display of egotism, and it transpires that even the English were bored by Piiinkab. Tba pssha who beheaded sixteen of his Wives for flirting, did not admire sweet sixteen, when the sweetness was lavished upon some one else. It requires a large amount of sugar to fill the family jir with preserves, and it takes an equal quantity of taffy to pre serve the family peace. Gen, Boul&mobb, so it is affirmed, is aboutto do something sensational. Perhaps he intends keeping quiet for a few miiuWs,-St. Joe Newt. A yottng Swede, penniless, ragged and 'fkUtsiarved, attempted, to take bis own m""^^^* �� York city, but the author! ties rsf used to allow htm even that Gan. OAPBivr is an inveterate smoker of cigarettes. Poor Bismarck! To be deposed is bad enough, but to be succeeded by a dude 11 ignominy indeed. . The Texan who shot his father-in-law has brought everlasting disgrace upon himself on account of his poor aim. Of course he meant to kill the old woman. A woman pickpocket was detected plying her craft in a NewYork church, and claimed to be religiously keeping the acions of her left hand a secret from her right.      _ TheJollet preacher who is accused of theft and untruthfulness may be tendered a dooatiou pwty which will provide him with a few years in the pent-tontiary.___ Costa Bull Fkllows-Cuaska, the Washington girl who m irrlert an Indian and afwrward posed in a dime museum, is suspected of preparing for the stage, She has had ki>r diamonds stolen. Uuuerthe Democriilo bvodle adralnls-.tiatlou It cost |ot,000ayear to run the ^'territorial penitentiary. Uodsr the first yasu of the new Ila( ss ttdminlstra-Uon and under the provisions of law passed by a strongly Republican legislature over the Impotent, if vlndiotive, op portion of a Democratic-boodle governor, ouhists in the practice of^i hiualt reet'i>taclcs in silv called uiarmitt--�, or "-pot ure carefully covered, uud nia> nionds, nuts, cakes, or any other thaws of the eort. The elegant triflini in whpu the guests, brimful of niyster tho contents of their respectivo rnvptf go through a proc.-ss of exchange and bail each discovery being saluted with obser' tious of a more or less bpirited characb Polite badinage is the rule when u guest ha1 exchanged hiH well tilled marmite for a comparatively empty one, or received from a fair neighbor a "pot" replete with rare delicacies en troc for his own relatively valueless assortment of sweets.-Cor. I/Ondon Telegraph. _____ (living Shape to Feet. Every one, but especially children, should rti�ar properly fitting tttoes, no matter how "J' mou their material.   They should bo Keej. too, largo nor too small, and should careful to'jil heels, that must be promptly City ZVneaHjrjon as they begin to wear to one ,      _f the foot show a tendency If there Is anyv.,ul v, robbed with tho ers woulo welcome ..u dnj. nndif this care be a freight rate war U ,, COmmeu,-es it will Mercury. Tt ^ (.,rrcct 0ny "Good morning little orp,lf" uail 13 waJ" corn to the oats. "Why dftij ljKhtl>"a�tua orphan," osked the oatB. �_e[,IK,5it,B mT' have no fodder."  The oats wi�lefp y >aU>, -Walnut Valley Time,.       f^?'a'ld ,--;:' from tho Hutchinson talks of a salt find flexi advertise the saline resourcesflt-orrect and incidentally to boom lefte, they are Wellingtpn Monitor. Oh, no; ililail purpose of calling attention to They are talking of a new electric street railway, an onPla!M housM and several other things at H?5 uovote her Salt must be a wonderful sUnuP fl?we,ra fo,r boom propensities in hur_Bfaod' though Emporia Kern-Democrat. ^S"18 aT& n0 Tshe will save The sign ef Pieces sesnnoent, for there prevailing one throughout ,t ij physically First there was difficulty wl'm herself, and the fisheries question, then U by intelligent the seals in A:aska and nq->, provided, of about raising a row among ' business.-Wo Sol Miller. We have heard it stated jewelry, were opposed to the servij, B manufacturer that the soldiers want thtuohtUo ra(C8 ju,t If our memory serves arable difficulty In ceeded in taking aboisf,|,ell to lto tb6 co,,,,. they were very much JtCns to marguerite are now.-Harper Orafl/, ,, ,,uch care and Those free tain that it is the Ap who pays all dutleSi*r,wer818 nearly as pos-mu�t imagine thatSOi- Thc,� are very few man manuIacturera5|'cours " M York in the meanwb!   -A Last month he> urlous Munli^e I_.|-s. and walk, and or pi�,,,iit ewvl, ,n,., betroth-more that he ,\l"'s father to tin, hrki-groom's than when ti�>�c�l .,u, ,UIK0 ,,idi0ven there are otbef -iei nuts. �]�,;� mUiT_..., chentlo better If they w biid.-gr,,,j,,'s father may be their wives t shall n,t ,PMi m> rupsM. Ottowa litpubiU* cis-uanuij) diitribuu-l tit tho live in anil prphession i�,(u to uxumi teu -�mie limit is f|IeJ 0u the AUMi�aJu, or pi-,..-,,.,t by |de bride's "Ijfothlngeoijl1"1,1-., f."' i�viiieut| at the ick ltlKIDl. iug as to be continually ish tho pillows changed, iitened, tho blind closed ,-SB.Jshment brought or any ,^ to.  Better, by far, to lUtes^ANCIScbj'-lB&l0 quietly without dls-In thel been issued^ artil;ul'u'ly "thoy years nHr ABKn-,,,    lit at once get a nows-io mak.,    8SOfiatio_l�.:i' eatest possi-houraaitly     JudgeJE �tl seat thyself in thatthe".  PrenjSWbygofi;,Vhe possible ef-roally eeanderyp^u- miser*;''vous comlition they weu . preWy smart. LetTO'l)lng, my countrymen, with foelingssb' passion, rather than c jntempt. 1   Wy^d. My little jaunt has made me hujrouses the must go to lunch.-Y. Knott in ; not the Tribune.__rfoct in ChlcaEo'i rint White Child. f|jy Hampton, la., is tho present homouer tlrst, white child born iu Chicago, or, rath pas. -,n the bit.) of the prosent city.   SaiihJ^ the K'irrlswtis boi-n in old r'ort DearboiAorj^g^p, Illli of .ttiuuury, lKC!.   Who was thJWfc^ ter of Boilganhn and fcinrah 0 ane llan^*', loc�te ption that tho flner cuts of meat art-nutritious than the Coarser portions, pled with nn almost universal prejudit-u aong working people against stewed food, his prejudice ia doubtless due to tho tasteh's? Quality of boiled meat; boiling toughens each of tho finer libera, uud deprives tbo meat almost of its distinctive flavor.-r-Atkinson in free trade au'*ixercL&od In laying on t it U the Ai;u� wuen ^red* will Art of Cooking. v --! Black Zur Young: and Old, �Oman under twenty or over fifty can wear^kick v, elL Between those limits Bha lihould frvoid it. Women wear it, thlnkiug it makes the akin look white. A woman has a black evening gown. She looks at her neck, at her arms above her black gloves, and thinks how fair ixiA white they look. Very true. But at the sanvi time, every line and wrinkle in her face Is acc?ntuated. Let her beware of black,-Detroit Free Press.' ONE - PRICE - GASH � HORSE 21 North Main Street. Hutchinson Kansas WANT COLUMN. WAJNTBD. ANTKD-A competentftitl for ,�enoriil honue-nrk; ttlfl ? norm nn etreeteaat.     'JVitf WANTBD-Will pay Rood price for nice, clean machine rase.  Enquire at Nswa ofUce. WAITED-A pood cook, washer ana ironor. Will pay an experlenwd ylrl prod wastes. Alao wanted a ppcond girl,  laqulra of M�. Un-lVoi QKO. TDRBUSH, Prenldent J. W. WOOD, Secretory and TreMurer derwood, No. 8 Atwood llata on tweoQ Kirat and Socond avenues. oplar Btrcot. be* WANTKD-itirft yoiithB and boys to l>o meas-ured lor nobby spring suits at the N anna maker A Drown clotlilnjt: agency, Woodanl hlock, First avenue east, WAITED-Thlo week, cufltomets for MX) Prince Albert and cutaway suits at the Wannamaker A Brown clollilns agency, Wnooard block, First avenue east. 20Stf W aRTEU-A girl to do goneral liousework ut No 423 Kirat avenue east.        202 Ot WB have a full Mood .lerBey Dull which will stand for aervire at the Red Front barn. Fee $1.10. McKeo & llloom. !J0B-10t* FOR fciALK-A good Jereey cow, milker.  Jesse I'arsons. BOP -ita avenue eaat. Fimt class ue eaa 207-at Blult SALE-Special barsalns in the following property, taWea in on chattel mortKages, and must be sold soon, for cash or terms made to suit: Fine driving and work hornon, mnloe, wagons, buggy, mowing machines, riding ana walking plow*, cultivators, rakes, organ*, sewing machinal, laoies' and ganUomen'a watches, etc. Will take a two-seat carriage and a set of good single harness In exchange for any of the above. W. Atroore, Woodrow, chattel loan tfnr.o,23tt North Main, over Raff Bros. l�2t� FOR BALK-Teams, was A. M. Jewell A Co., li ons, harness and colts. 8 North Main. lMtf FUR BALE-A well Improved farm six r/iles from the center of Hutchinson. Call on or address HcottE. Winnie, corner Avenue A and M^ln, Rutchlnaon, Kan. 19f>tf In all its Branches, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and WAGONS. Save Money by Purchasing of us. Hutchinson Hardware Co. FORSU.E- Kena from thoroughbred I.tiirit Brslin as. No W  FKth svenne esst. aoa let  FO� 8ALB-,6,1X10,000 worth of clothing. Latest etvles from all psrts of the fsshloasbls world, at Wanaamsker's dothlag aReacj. Wood-ard block. First arsons cast. S03tf for runt. FOR RENT-Store room, No. 115 South Mala street, 150 feet la depth; also office rooms, {. V. Cljmer. 20T-8t� ( will rent the Keno hoose, with ' " "            '     re.  C 177tf FOB RENT-foraltare and Oztores, for a term of ye*rs._ C. >OR RENT-Furnished and unfarnlaaed rooms the Woodard block. 1 FOR RBN P-Five room house. Block of Main. Inquire at this office, 1S9 tf STORAGE-Goods received for storage.  J. Sweet A Son. 160tl United Stales JHarnhal's Sale. United Btates Circuit Ooart, State of Kansas, Reno county, es: Public notice Is hereby given that I, R. b. Walker, United Hta es marshal for the district of Kan Ban, under aad by virtue of an execution lsstird out of the United States circuit c ourt, and directed to me, In a canee wherein Whitee>de & Hutchuv son are plaintiff- and John Caldwell is defendant, wltl on the fifteenth (Ifi) day of April. A. D. 1890, at the front door of the court house In Hutchtn eon, county of Reno, state at.d dlstrlet of Kaae&a, offer for sale and sell for cash In hand to the high est bidder the following described real estate, to-vrit: The undivided 'hlrteen-twenty-etghthB (13 28) of the north-east quartet (H) section twelve (\; H&s just received the finest line of light colored Prince Alberts in the city. B� Bure and see them. Our Boys'Clothing Department is so large that one would think we had turned our entire stock into boys' clothing. Mothers can save money by purchasing from this stock. Our line of Bummer Clothing is so large that we can easily be called a Summer Clothing house. Nobbiest line of SPRING HATS township twenty-three (13), south, of ran ire six <4 weei, sltnate In the county of Reno, state and dli trict of Kaunas All of said property bavlncr been levied upon and attached, and 1* to be sold to satisfy a judgment rendered in tbe above cause against the aforesaid defendants R. L. WALKER, U, 8. Marshal. WnrrBSinK A Gut\sni  securely tied. Have tho patient lie down and cover him well. Place the bap of hot halt on that part of tho head or fuce where tho pain is located. The salt will retain the he:tt a long time,--Housewife, ArtHlcl.il Lightning. Provide a tin tuba that is larger at one end than it is at the other, and in which there are several boles. Fill thia tuba with powdered resin; and when it is shook over the Game of a torch the reflection will produce the exact appearance of lightning.-Cor. Bunny Hour. Tt*U Tills to the Pastry Cook. To prevent piu juice from runniug out in the oven, muko ulutlo opening in tho upper crust mid insert u liulii roll of brown paper perpendicularly. The steam will escape from r. as from a chimney, and all the juicr will be retained in tha^Ia,-Housewife. 0i a library in Paris, toe largest In the world, is a Chinese chart of tbe heavens made about COO yeunt before Chrutt. In this chart 1,460 stars ure found to be correctly inserted, as corroborated by tho scientist* of the present day. There is o curious bit of interesting information that will be new to many readers, In Africa the prefix serves for the purpose that the affix serves for in European languages. For example: Spain, Spaniard Spanish-so in our mother tongue; but in Africa Uganda is the name of a state, Wa-ganduare the inhabitants thereof, and Ma-ganda the language. The smulluat, simplest, and U>et protected pofitofllce iu tbe world is In the Strait of Magellan, und baa bet*n there for many years; it CoiUsisU of a small keg or ca*k chained to the rocks of tbe extreme cape, in the strait* ojy In the City. DAYLIGHT STORE. 21 N. Main, Hutchinson. nlAu'nra." lavi �     ljri - ti,, i,i-iiieVi'f Tily is POI�, BOW"thMH " av"> ul"l Hi" nu mUer of oae. Heretofor,KOhll. to 1 I lOITHIIBKYIKf OF LIYIIS 8UBJK If tit roremott Wrtttr* la it* Wtrli. THE FOHT7MI won th* hi) estplacanw o by anjrperiods for it publishes as cles by mora aatha tativa writers �nd more workers aia inntractivB lines activity than ai other publication, contains eleven its ies of great itubjat every month. II impartial, sivli hearings alike toee . side. Itisflnandai Jow Q. Oisi.iiis,   independent, and belong* to no sect or party or ' interest ,      . . ., It in never sensaboc^L but it aims aiwa posife Teyo d�l Fuego; ��cb pawing sblp, to be instructive. send� a boat to take the leium -jut and put I   .__- _   .   , .L - ... ..______...m...,____I   I censlderTBa Vowwufaniisbtac the most Mlixent �ndsrmp4tb.U�audl�ic� tbatstbonght writer can find to tddrtw in snr Und.-Prof. AU moen wi*ch�u, eftm (WMMty cf unmet*. tn Toa� eonUnnai to hold its pise* si forwnoit of our magazJnes, for the varlstr, t vslno, ud ths irelsnt ot ut csntrlfcBtioaa.-Tut m tOWTMll. Announcements of forthcoming articl can seldom bemadelongin advance, for T) Foeum'b discussions are always of problei of present concern. Every such probll that the year 1800 will brinjsf orword will discussed, whether in politics, or reugie ut social science, or practical affairs. I January number will contain a reply) ax-Speaker J. O. Cabublk to Senator 0\ han't recent article on "How th* Tail JJttota the Farmer.* others iu, tbe poetofOcu is fcclf acting and unprovided with a postmaster, and is, therefore, under tbe protoetion of all tbe uavk-s of tbe world. The cost of (he louding daily ner.-f]^iperti in Iiondun to purchiiserd U as follow*: Tbe Tiiuos, six ci-nte; Tbe Telegrepli, Htandard, Daily New*, Cbrouiele, Financial News, Bporttilnau and Nuw York Herald, two cent* �ach. Tho evouiug papore are: Pall Mali Guztitte, two rents; The Evening Standard, two centh; The Star, one cent, and The Kcho, one cent. Tho Sunday Observer sells for eight cents, Lloyd's Sunday paper for two emu. and the Sunday Times for two emits. Tbe ray, or skate, has a mouth set transversely across its head, the jaws working wltb a rolling motion like two hands set back to back.  In the jaws are throe rows of Uatteeth rm.u! set like a uuuaio pavement, and between Uieee I i tn'A vniami  roWui Jawa the fl"u cru�hee oy�tere and other ''""rotliatuHriyrulnvH aid' wUusbb like sc. many nuts.-Ba.i Francieoo 'room. J, tariwd'tifa bocUJ  Ctorrawle. -------1 .... abchib davis. Scoit ft Davis, UNDERTAKERS First Door North of [Bania Fe Hotel. Piedmont Smithing Coal Hides, Tallow, Pelts and Furs Tarda and office opposite court house, chase & sanborn s SPECIAL. COFFEES-- At WatwupibuA Jno. Buettner, WIG ABE PURE 'EXTRACTS Cetrl by tlw tTnttea Stitn Gornnmont Kr.donM hr th* hftads oP tie Qmt TTnlTPreJth* ind Fahllc Food Analysta, u the SItobsmL Putesft and most Healthful. Dr. Pries'* Cw�� BakincPowder does not contain / mm on J a, LJme or Alnm. Dr. Price's Delldoni Plarort ng BX-*nca, vanilla, Lemon, Oranpe, Almond, Ilooc, �tc, do not contain Pciaonona Oil* or Chemical*. FftlOE BAKXHO POWTOM OOm   Mow Vartt,  OUw   TC. Unto* KING'S Thirty Day Sale Don't forget it.   Will'also sell Furniture cheaper than ever.   Don't buy until you get my prices is all I ask. Have moved to 319 North Main street. J. KZE3STC3-. Has been Bold out. "We have bought that elegant stock of Boots and Shoes, a* d costs us 60c on $1. There is $15,000 worth of the best makes of Shoes in the United State , and every dollar's worth of them will be sold, for just $ their former price within the next 60 days Come and buy good Shoes cheap while you can. R. WEINBERG. Palace Shoe Store. The Peoples State Bank. Capital Stock $100,000. Southeast Cor. Main andlSherman Sttv, Butohine General Banking Business in all Branches. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. i. b. HANDY. Prsatdast b. 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