----Source: The Clark Republican and Press Date: 5-6-1881
Judge Dewhurst and John Reed, who went south last February to rusticate for bodily improvement, returned last Saturday. Mr. Reed, whose health was quite critical at the time they started on that trip, we are glad to state, returns almost himself again.
R. M. Campbell narrowly escaped a general smash-up last Sunday, while out driving, by the breaking of the pole-straps, by which the buggy pole was allowed to fall to the ground. By good hanging-on and timely assistance, no damage was sustained.
WHO CAN BEAT THIS?
Charles Cornelius, at Maple Works, sells as follows:
12 lbs. Good Brown Sugar for $1.00 11 ½ lbs. Best Brown Sugar for $1.00 9 ½ lbs. Standard A. Sugar for $1.00 7 lbs. Good, Green Coffee for $1.00 6 lbs. Best, Green Coffee for $1.00 4 lbs. Good Tea for $1.00
Best tea per lb. from 40 cts to 60 cts The larges assortment of calicos, of latest syles, 6 cts to 8 cts per yard. Heavy Men’s Boots for $2.00 per pain and upwards. Men’s Good Calf Boots for $2.80 per pair and upward. Ready-made Clothing - suits - from $6.00 to $20.00 Call on him and convince yourself that he sells the best goods for the least money.
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