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Aiken Journal and Review (Newspaper) - December 5, 1900, Aiken, South Carolina BAIIKOF AIKE CAPITAL XXX 50 DEGEMBEK w LIGON L IND us Fivfi a of your time to read this apace wondering if you were not3015 nnd We haye sojnanj andso different from to see you before you The any mini or boy who buys bis winter Gl fir new styles does himself a great injnBb lei book for we know he Our andL fnts also cUervq your It is rcpleI wi t F We have uken live of your t bus of this we would like that we aKaj g IMttr Quality g McCreary Halters 716 you ever lu tho theory In soimother shaf fctoozer who has Just jfcfamtb very 111 Wonder wbatjj fetbrmer life LOVE AND when bar all naturt good looking fellow 15 years Her keen if noted all thlngsthe the band al cone the holes at the hollows at i i irsVthatcanie Into bla 3 iiieraeir writing out only Busk look after children theres to your fl eipcct like home A SIXTY DOLUAR Of Probubly 7TM Spokane has blH In States unit The secret ot hejHEK the power to digest and a Uate aproper quunity of foot This be done when a peculiar looking Of greenish paper or material the present with dl the to re irff for vnl lut liver does not act it1 Dqyouknowthis futtV Liver Pills are an abso lute cure for sick dys torpid bilious bilious ness and kindred Tolls Liver Pi Us s again Have Your Picture Hcndei down with his tfiiiTB oi We desire Turners has moved bo borhandand ter the Knelt Pl George he occupied Eubanks and eaRue are down on the jthe term of the court in They had un ice storm in New York Btate Inflt week that broke down all the Alken Buffered a similar of Moulding and your selection before are picked iiV ur moncy Broad are How are your Eyes I can Fit f fll V Jeweler and Optician Successors to Garrett Corner RepldS and cash A IMIORTER J I I UftUORkMRS If TOBAW Graniteville mABLE 1 di A dinus and Wood or Electric I earns at Terms to Spccial 108 110 Centre nae nent guests very Unity minutes from Augusta rai MRS riiliNKKl 1 meulion Tho Journal and fooTH Write fit PUAL H Corner1 Broad and Wash in 222Campbell St fPleiityJOf Whatever Ufce It made Farmer Brown think In admiring but unforxiu lated fashion of a stesdfust It attracted It drew wuru and harassed body and soul of Uncon sciously he tightened the Bui It was not until the plodding Horses stood still in response that he won dered whether he might venture In and what excuse he could give for i Suddenly he lifted his Lend and Then ha hurrud ly twlflted the reins around tho whin stock nnd clambered down ulgh ex cuse and cncnurngement had come to tbe KUlBC of an oOor at Chill suueul If she ahit iLnmkin chill saucel lie was hurrying np short path tn tho front at which he Ill tull her I want UK n CLlpt for Susie llellly to nmkesomu Thats the ticket Mis UlcharUs I waa goin liomu from an tho nicest ainull timi aH down the road Seemed H If 1 back In mothers an she putllu up chill He sighed ami molstnned his lips at the So I thought Id come lu an llnd how you Our ripe tomatoes all feuDO luylw Susie Uglily could make a quart or HO Forty placid and benignant summers bad passed aver the brown head of Elvira but whore was the girl tilling Turkey creel who currhd Herself with more gmce and and what matron could boast sudi a tiresh completion and bright eyes as s 11 o To be sure she cried You come right She drew fniward the best rocking with HaUeubcrg lltlies on the en treating ILd plush much I nted llvln alone an I but a good storeroom Is a line thing to Call back Youd a lot In your Im 1 U give you the receipt with an a jar to take homo to taste by How does she get Brown r Harstow Brown looked around the bright littlo at the shining glass lamp with the red flannel stood behlud tliu row of freshly potted gcmulum slips In the recessed tbeu back at the aproned figure Mia She kind of natural to Borne follcatp be work nn vplth i uoiV chill V I you got to take you take me I Her tone wan delightfully pot one in each He stared at half iiKredu Do you mean trcallyV 1 here H been Theres been Miss Elvira agreed but1 havent tool any oC emhiive IV Hatstow Brown Do bchnvol I rttik1 on I tulglit git ready In three bntyour team will be cleaii frosc waltln I didnt think in you to act so dreadfully silly look out 1it mo sut down uoe anyways Thero Itll be nil or it oclock when you pet homeHarstow Brown j n of Id have you know that mv name is Jaines Johnson But weve bin nayburs and friends j and Ive allus j 2d you I but things are dlffer cut Sunthlns but what kin It be You know that red calf of tbe oue you said was a whoosher I entered him at the county and ho took the blue Jim you dont mean U Its a cold by If youll run fur president of the United Ill vote fur you all day long QUAIL Illanclicil almonds nre tho kind of brnlu or muscle hnvlnn no hunt or says a wrlur In Cood Walnuts give bruin or nerve hmit iim j waatf fJnen wutor prnpea aru but of little food Blms griipps are feeding and blood but too rich for those who Buffer from the Tomatoes have higher nerve or brain food ciinilHUs they are thin nlng and Juicy fruits give more or less nerve or Drain nutriment and some few muscle food and waste Apples fiupnly the higher nerve and muscle but do not give Prunes afford the highest nerve or brain supply heat and but aru not muscle Or tinges are refreshing and Green figs nerve and musde hoat and The great ma jority of small fresh sued fruits are Lemons ami tomatoes should not be used dully In cold weather they have thinning and cooling effect Kalsins are stimulating according to their GeneriaM said young Tor politicians are real arent tlieyV They dont enjoy any I Then they are i j never saw anything llku the mie side gets up ami Warns the utliLr Hint i it Is making u mistake Hi Its and its platform Instead of kttrng It i rush on tu disaster and It is j positively j j Americans are BO the vlsltlnj Londoner wrote In his 1 i huard one of ilicm say this moriiliiB I that he had a corking good time last when It was perfectly plain i from his disordered appearance tbatjie had had an nneorklng puod RSthe signaturi some oiu The Kttftrs hnvL1 HO ftulod t it la1 to fuj Some have liuaK they could trace Die signature Washington uiwn those could not Imagine what an he had to Is rare bill IB the property of Flechtl of the ounrtet of the Coeur priwitcM to him at the Cliiirleston 1830 for of on Irlshnimis life The open hcurted act of Utibls Germau toward his enemy BO overcame Uicnmn from Krln a lHt that he gave him tho nnly value lie Mr wits I asyti talnlng tbo nf 1JHbHt ainl In isoasentitto was kept for six treasury rteparliinint invvsli iHsunnce of the It as of fm time known to luivi thougli this iH tlitonly not buen rtturnprt tin pnrtment The cansSderaltli vnluc amount upon ltd f man now in refused nn Buys uof price with It Attorneys at in all of the State ami Collections a Attorneys at V flMrWHl prnctiae In all of tfw eimfw o this Special atlto tion given to il Leon M t Tfce Mnrtin a suUlfer of the a soldier liold of tbej tors on K sy Notary I1 The Kusftlah They workthe durliiR the taken here I pie all WQ claim the family was once lu very good they suffered a great come down sev eral years How was tlmtY Thtjlr father fell out of a Cleveland Ilniu So 1 Frueborn yob gwtne name JuuksonAnyilns yoli luikos anyung cept I so noticed boys o1 that name ueval comes to no Theys allus In the police cotUrook sefj but u never same Hussians looking so the least tnfem ss in Many The majority of the namea that you see on the of laundries or tea etores kept by Chinamen are simply fancy names adopted for their auspi cious They are simply having no reference to the proprietoror tbe members cf a firm Everyproperly constituted Chinaman hasiflvcnnmos bealdcH or Isflxedand hand eV dfiwn one generation to an B in China Is When attend When be haa Uilund to Keel th lutlarlngay my reception wlihmit nn You mran Yes she Ixpliilnwl to me that she felt buro my omiBalou of her was an Though land out of wujeb I heard The other day a known iye il aa twlatid as they loo are so hopelessly Inyo railroad brukeman nounce for themlJkmaii Jto hlmsolf Owwa i O SNO S U R Y6 work entrustedto me prompt Cbj The honors under which is ls addreas him by No
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