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: A VERY UGLY CRIME
'tfhito Woman Attacked ty Young
Aiken, Spacial.-A young white
noan by the name of Pince Barton
?i-i - w?s brought here and placed in jail
charged with committing an assault
?: u})on Mrs. Mattie Bryant, who is
~ _ Raid to be a divorced woman of
Graniteville. According . to Mrs.
ti'/ Bryant, 'she had never seen Barton
prior to Satnrady night. She says
Barton came to her house' while
- . shs was at a neighbor's. Some of
:\ . the people in-her house called her
pX home, saying that Barton was a nice
yoong man. She agreed to accompany
him to an' ice cream festival. Mrs.
Bryant says that shortly after leav
ing the house Barton.made an attack
apon her, throwing her to the ground.
Sha- resisted as best she could, and
- screamed for heln> Some people
/: nearby ran. to her assistance, but
Barton fled before they arrived.
Mrs? Bryants clothes were badly
tom, and she was bitten on the face
and arm. She has been confined to
ber room all day. Barton was cap
tured some time afterwards in
Braiteville and brought here. Barton
ts about 24 years old and is a mill
hand. When seen at the jail Barton
said he was not responsible
? for his action; that he was
. drunk and . therefore didn't know
what he was doing. He.claimed that
Mrs. Bryant threw her arms around
his neck and said after that be re
membered nothing. He asserted that
he knew nothing of the assault and
declared that if he got out of this
trciuble he would "cut out" liquor.
Constable Howard made the arrest.
^// There is no' excitement or threats of
Lynching by One Man.
..^Columbia,. .SpecoaL-A.fepecial to
. ;v33ie State from Florence says: After
an all-night chase4 W. L~ Marshall
shot and killed Lewis Gray, a negro,
Cor improper proposals to his wife.
:' The negro went to Marshall's house
/.-during his absence. On being in
formed of the affair Marshall armed
himself and started in pursuit of the
aegro. While he was resting at a
- store at Effiingham, Florence county,
? the negro walked in. He was recog
nized and shot to death.
Was "Justfiable Homicide."
Florence, Special.-As a. result of
the coroner's inquest over the dead
: body of the negro Louis Gregg, the
' jury, with Mr. Brooks McCall acting
as foreman, handed in a verdict that
deceased had come to his death as
the result of a gun shot wound in tho
hands of W. L. Marshall and that
it was a justifiable homicide. Noth
ing new developed during the course
of the inquest except that tho negro
brute had actually.laid hands on Mar
shall's Wife, and offered her a sum
of money if she would submit to his
proposals. . She then screamed and
called for her mother, who was inside
the house, and the negro fled. Sheriff
. Burch~was present during the inquest,
but did not take Marshall into actual
' custody for the reason that he show
. ed a disposition not to disappear, and
the further fact that several of the
..'most substantial men of the corn
il munity assured him that they would
'" be responsible for Marshall's appear
' ing in Florence Monday morning to
give bond. Sheriff Burch says he is
"willing to be responsible for the
Killed Over a Card Game.
Yorkville, Special.-Three negroes
were engaged in gambling in a house
in the yard of Dr. W. G. White, of
this place, and became involved in a
row. As a result of that row one of
them, Ben Walker, is dead. Three
pistol balls were fired into him by
one of the other negroes. One it.
supposed to have passed through his
heart, another entered the brain at
the edge of the hair, above the left
leye,- and the third went into the
throat, either of which would neces*
?r?y^nave proved .fatal.
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" AUGUSTA" GA.
J List of 300 Words That Bi
i Documents From the WI]
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S the Matthew
President Roosevelt announced his
conversion to the spelling reform
movement. He has issued orders to
Publio Printer Stillings that all mess
ages from the President and all other
documents coming from the White
House shall be printed in accordance
with the recommendations of the
spelling reform committee headed by j
Professor Brander Matthews, of Col
umbia, and backed by Andrew Car
Spelling reform had its greatest
Impetus when Andrew Carnegie
made an offer to finance lt. For
many years professors and others
have been laboring to have the public
accept reforms in the spelling of cer
tain words. The public, while admit
ting that the existing spelling is a
philological monstrosity, re; ..sed to
take kindly to the suggested changes.
When Andrew Carnegie announced
himself as a convert to the reform
the matter was discussed more than
at any time within the past 100 years.
Mark Twain promised to take it up
after Mr. Carnegie had announced
his conversion and had agreed to
finance the organization of reformers
calling themselves the Simplified
Spelling Board, of which Brander
Matthews ls the president of the Ex
This board announced at the be
ginning that it did not propose any
radical br revolutionary scheme of
reform, but simply wanted to make
easy the spelling of certain words. It
selected SOO words which it asked
the public to accept.
Following is the list of 300 words
already given out by the Simplified
Spelling Board in which changes are
ackno wi edgement
the 20 year kind,
standard of the world,
the orginal best,
for farm and garden,
every rod guaranteed,
i grade and reliable, goodt
e than worthless imitation!.
rafter lo All Messages aud
lite House Will Be Printed
cimeter, scimitar, eto,
FULL PRIMARY RETURNS
Practically Official Vote Given-Who
Will Bc In Second Race.
CWuidbiafr Special.-With (reports
from every county, nearly all of which
arc official and the balance complete
with few exceptions it is shown that
nearly 100,000 votes were cast in the
Democratic primary on Tuesday.
Thc county committees met to tab
vJate the vetes and in a few instances
changes were made in the results as
reported the day before. It is certain
that Lyon and Ragsdale will be in
the second race for attorney general,
Lyon lacking less than 2,500 of a ma
jority and having a lead of nearly
20,000 votes over his competitor. The
large vote for General Youmans sur
prised the politicians, who all seem
ed to think that the race was between
the two younger men exclusively.
In the race, for governor it has
been certain ever since the first night
that Ansel and Manning would be in
the second and the only thing want
ing has been the total vote of each,
Ansel has been more than his near
est two competitors, Manning and
Blease,~and goes into the second race
with a lead of 16,841 over Manning.
Be hag received even more votes
than were given Governor Heyward
in his phenomenal first race four
yean ago, 36,000.
Comptroller General Jones is re
elected by over 5,000 majority over
G. L. Walker.
Col. J. C. Boyd is elected adjutant
general and has made the remarkable
record of carrying every county in
the'State, except two, Beaufort and
The Eecond race for railroad 'com
missioner is between Wharton and
Sullivan, Cansler missing it hy just
about 2,000 votes.
The totals for the candidates foi
the different offices are given below;
Tho Vote Tor Senator Tillman.
Till- Total foi
Abbeville. 769 1,967
AHrfson. 4,410 5,039
Beaufort. 578 648
Chesterfield. 2,666 3,264
Clarendon.. ..' ...1,508 1,644
Dorchester.." .... 1,206 1,237
Fairfield.. .... ..1,016 1,266
Florence. 969 1,530
Georgetown.. .1,001 1,171
Kershaw.1,158 ' 1,399
Marion;.2,334 , $157 .
Marlboro.1,650 : 1,941
Orangeburg.. .. ..2,792 3,410.
Spartanburg .. ..5,417 6,815.
Williamsburg .. ..2,047 2.142
Jones' majority, 5,199.
Boyd's majority, 33,306.
Secretary of State.
Tribble. . 7,001
Declined to Talk.
Greenville, Special.-Martin F. An
sel refused to have anything to say
about his race for governor, further
than the following card of thanks.to
the Democratic voters of South Caro
"I take this method of thanking
the great numbers of voters, all over
the State, who cast their ballots for
me for governor on the 28th, and of
laying that I feel deeply grateful to
them for the great confidence reposed
"I ask the kind consideration and
support of all the Democratic voters
of the State in the second primary
election on September ll, promising
to give to the State my best thought
"MARTIN F. ANSEL."
Sp?rtanburg, Special.-Henry Seay
and Charlie. Revar, brother-in-laws,
became involved in a difficulty near
the Arkwright Mill and the former
shot Ihe latter. The ball entered
Revar's stomach and is considered
serious. Seay surrendered and is now
in jail. Seay is a member of the
ire department and is well-known
'ere. It is said family dil?erenees
.irovoked the trouble between them.
Aiken Banks Combine.
Aiken, Special.-The directors of
the Bank of Aiken and the Peoples'
Bank have decided to consolidate the
two banks under the title of the Bank
of Aiken. The bank of Aiken will
thereby increase its capital stock to
$100,000 and the Peoples' bank will
retire from business. The business
of both banjos will be transacted at
the Bank of Aiken. The Farmer's
and Merchant's bank has organized
and will be ready for business in sev
Occurrences of Interest From
All Over South Carolina
MANY ITEMS OF STATE NEWS
A. Batch of Liva Paragraphs Cover
ing a Wide Bange-What if Going
On in Our State.
General Cotton Market.
New Orleans, -steady.05-10
Charleston, ' quiet.. .0
Norfolkk, quiet.9 3-4
Baltimore, nominal..9 3-4^
New York, quiet.. ..' .9.S0
Boston, ' quiet.9.80
Houston, steady.9 3-16
Augusta, steady.. 4.913-16
St. Louis,- dull.93-4
. i Charlotte Cotton Market.
Thees prices represent the prices
paid to wagons:
Good middling, tinged..f9y*?
Floods at Spartanburg.
Spartanburg, Special.- Spartan
burg -was visited last week by what
practically amounted to a cloud-burst
and there was damage done in sever
al sections of the city and county.
The damage while considerable was
not heavy and the wild rumors that
were' current at first for the most
part proved to be false. There have
for several days been heavy rains
in this section and the precipitation
Thursday was the heaviest in some
time. Up to 6 o'clock Fridav after
noon the rainfall was 4.8 'inches and
during two hours the rainfall- amount
ed to 3.5. There was talk here of an
other Pacolet flood, but inquiries at
the various mills in this section re
vealed the fact that outside of high
water and inconsiderable damage,
the water had not done much harm.
Water rose in the engine room of
some of the mills and it was nec
essary to shut down. The streams
in this vicinity are rising and if tho
heavy rains continue there ie a pos
sibility pf being considerable losses.
In the city of Spartanburg there wat
damage done to the amount of several
hundred dollars. Culverts in many
portions of the city were washed
away and on west Main street the re
taining: wall at the side of the street
washed away, carrying a portion of
the sidewalk, telegraph poles and
shade trees away.
St. George Visited by Disasteroua
St. George, Special.-The most dis
astrous conflagration in the history
of St. George occurred about 1 o'clock
Thursday night when four mercan
tile establishments and two residences
in the business section of the town
were destroyed. The cause of the
fire is unknown, but it is thought that
it was of incendiary origin. The fire
started in the store of W. H. Lott,
on south Main street, and spread rap
idly to the adjoining buildings. On
account of the lateness of the hour
and the fact that the town maintains
no fire department made it impossible
to check the flames and for a time
the entire business section was
threatened. The loss will amount
to at least $10,000, which is partially
covered by insurance.
Newberry Warehouse Bought by
Columbia, (Special.-The property
of the Newberry Warehouse company
has been bought by the Standard
Warehouse company of this city.
Messrs. George W. Summer, presi
dent of tlie Newberry company, and
Mr. W. H. Ho nt, attorney, were in
Columbia to close the deal and ar
range the necessary papers.
Cotton Badly Damaged.
Goodwill, Special-This section was
deluged with a big rain as any of
the season. It- is a very serious mat
ter now with the farmers who have
some good colton in spite of the wet
season, that, the fruit is rotting where
it is matare enough to bc opening.
With big leaves and rank foilage
where soda has been applied, rains
weekly every day and almost no sun
shine, the mature bolls are rotting .to
such an extent that from one-forth '
to one-third of the prospective yield
is being cut. off.
Store Room Burned.
Union, Special.-About midnight
Saturday the store room of the Buf
falo Cooperative Supply company,
near Buffalo, was totally consumed by
fire, the origin not being known,
though it is supposed to have caught
in a shed room where seed and oil
were stored. Thc president and gen
eral manager, W. E. G. Humphreys,
lives near thc store, but was not
awakened until the fire had gotten
considerable headway, so nothing was
saved from the building.
South Carolina will be represented
next week at the migration conven
tion at Boise City, Idaho. The dele
gates will not arrive at Boise City
until the morning of Sept. 3, although
they left here. Mayor R. Goodwin
Rhett of Charleston and C. F. Dill of
Greenville expect to join the party in
Boise. Mr. Rhett is in the North
west on his bridal tour and Mr. Dill
is in Idaho looking after his mining
properties near Boise.
Well-Known South Carolina Planter
Beaufort, S. C., Special.-George
M. Harvey, a well-known planter of
the Bluffton section, was murdered
Sunday night at the plantation home
of his son on Ladies' Island. He was
shot in the head and his son found
the body on returning home. Wil
liam Bennett, a negro, is in jail charg
ed with the crime. He denies thal
he is guilty. I
Fools brag where wise men only ad
Habit is stronger than either judg
ment or passion.
There might be less sin in the world
if some preachers were as anxious
to kill Satan as they are to preach
his funeral sermon.
A woman thinks if she could sharp
en a lead pencil better everybody
would think she had a good business
head.-Now York Press. .
. Current Happenings.
President Roosevelt, according to
a Washington authority, will let Pres
ident Palma "go it alone" against
the insurrection in Cuba, and is in
clined to favor a change of adminis
J. Raynor Storrs Wells, appretice
seamon, United States Navy, and son
of a millionaire, is to be discharged
for the good of the service at the ex
piration of his. term of imprisonment
at Portsmouth, Va.
Reflections of a Bachelor.
After all, a woman's effort to beau
tify herself is but a vain attempt.
' Men who brag are those who for
.Some spinsters advance step by
step until they finally become step
Many are trying to get their hearts
into paradise by putting their hands
into other people's pockets.
North Dakota Solves the Adultera
ti on Problem.
North Dakota seems to have found
the key to the question, "How shall
we protect the people from frauds in
manufactured products?" a plan
which is applicable to foods, bever
ages, materials used in the arts, etc.
A new law has recently gone into ef
fect designed to make it impossible
to deceive people into buying inferior
and adulterated paint under the im
pression that they are getting real
paint, viz.; pure white lead and lin
The North Dakota lawmakers did
not attempt to absolutely prohibit
the inferior pigments, or mixtures of
pigments. They adopted the slogan,
"Let the label tell," and then left to
the people to buy whichever they
Under this plan, if any one wishes
to buy a mixture of rock-dust, ground
quartz and other cheap elements
which are found in many paints and
so-called "white leads," no one can
objeot; for they do it with their eyes
open. But if they prefer genuine
white lead and linseed oil, they can
be sure of getting it, for none but
the genuine article can bear a label
which says "pure white lead."
In all other States mixtures are of
ten sold as pure white lead which
contain little-sometimes no-real
It would seem that were this same
principle applied to food, beverages
and all other prepared articles, where
deception is practiced upon the buy
er, the question would be solved. It
would leave us free to buy what we
pleased, but would protect us from
unwittingly buying what .ve did not
It isn't what'a man owes, but what
he pays that keeps Lim poor.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children
teething, softens thegums,reducesinflaminii
tion, allays pain, cures wind colic, 25c a bottle
Let not the sun look down and
say inglorious here he lies.-Franklin
FITS,St.Vitus'Dance:Nervou6 Diseases per
manently cured by Dr. Kline's Great Nerve
Restorer. S2 trial bottle and treatise free.
Dr. H. R. Kline, Ld.,031 Arch St., Phila., Pa.
Lawn Mowers' Hospital.
Grass-cutting machines of every
size and shape, from tiny hand ma
chines only six inches wide up to
pony mowers of thirty-Inch blades,
meant for service on bowling greens
and lawns of manorial dimensions, are
now pouring into repairing shops for
"fixing up" for the season. Most of
them require the aid of the mower
dentist, for their "teeth" are worn
and blunt; many show signs of severe
usage and of having been out in the
rain for prolonged periods. A thor
ough overhaul works wonders. The
machine that looked so disreputable
and "seedy" on entrance to Messrs.
Green's "hospital," in Southward
street, is sent home in gay fresh paint
with blades agleam and keen almost
as razors. While foreign machines
stand repairing badly, the English
lawn mower can be rejuvenated from
year to year.-London Daily Mail.
" SHE HADN'T.
Fair Buyer-Our club is going to
give a lecture on socialism. Have
you any literature on the subject?
Clerk-Did you over read "Looking
Fair Buyer-Read looking back
ward? How absurd. How could I?
Health and understanding are the
two great blesings of life.-From the
Greek. So. 3G-'06.
GOOD AND HARD
Results of Excessive Coffee Drinking.
It it remarkable what suffering
some persons put up with just to sat
isfy an appetite for something.
A Mien, woman rays: "I had been
using coffee since I was old enough to
have a oup of my own at the tabl-?,
and from It I have suffered agony
hundreds of times in tho years past.
"My trouble first began in the form
Of bilious colic, coming on every few
weeks and almost ending my lifo.
At every attack for 8 years i suf
fered in this way. I used to pray for
death to relieve me from my suffer
ing. I had also attacks of sick head
ache, and began to suffer from ca
tarrh of the stomach, and of course
"For about a year I lived on crack
erg and water. Believing that coffee
was the cause ot all this suffering,
I finally quit lt and began to use
Postum Food Coffee. It agreed
with my stomaoh, my troubles have
left me and I am fast gaining my
health under Its use.
"No wonder I oondemn coffee and
tea. No one could be in a much more
critical eondition than I was from the
uso of coffee. Some doctors pro
nounced lt cancer, others ulceration,
but none gave mo any relief. But
Binoo I stopped coffee and began Pos
tum I am getting well so fast I can
heartily recommend lt for all who
suffer as I did." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Read tho little book, "The Road to
Wellvllle." "There'a a reason."
The Dowager Empress of China
has appointed a committee toconside*
the report of the commissioners who
receently returned from abroad.
The Railroad Rate law went into
effect at midnight Wednesday.
Ten* new indictments on charges of
profiting by secret rates were brought
in by two grand juries in Chicago
against the Standard Oil Company.
Great damage has been done in the
town of Mazatlan, Mexico, by floods.
Items of Interest.
Another flood visited Winchester,
over six inches of rain having fallen
from Saturday night.
Representative Maynard, of the
Second Virginia district, declined the
joint-debate challenge of Col. George
C. Cabell, who is makins a contest for
The Circuit Court at Martinsburg,
W. Va., is considering the appeal of
the Hannis Distilling Company from
the decision of the county court on a
question of taxes.
A number of vessels were driven
ashore and wrecked on the Great
The assignment of ministers of the
West Virginia Methodist Protestant
Conference were made at Fairmont,
The Standard Oil Company has, it
is said, taken steps to acquire the
principal distilling plants of the
WORN TO A SKELETON.
A Wonderful Restoration That Caused
a Sensation in a Pennsylvania Town.
Mrs. Charlee M. Preston, of Elk
land, Pa., says: "Three years ago I
found that my housework was be
coming a burden. I
tired easily, had no
ambition and was
falling fast. My com
plexion got yellow,
and I lost over 60
pounds. My thirst
was terrible, and
there was sugar in
the kidney secretions.
My doctor kept me on
a strict diet, but as his medicine wae
not helping me I began using Doan's
Kidney Pills. They helped me at
once, and soon all traces of sugar
disappeared. I have regained my
former weight and am perfectly
Sold by all dealers. 60 cents a
box. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
N. T. _
The beauty pf nature is simply
that of obedience.
TERRIBLE SCALY ECZEMA.
Emptions Appeared on Cheat, and Fooe
and Neck Were All Broken Ont
-Cared by Cutlcara.
"1 had an eruption ap pec- on my chest
and body and extend upwards and down
wards; so that my neck and face were all
broken out; diso my arms and the lower
limbs as. tar as the knees. 1 at first
thought it was prickly heat But soon
scales og crusts formed where the break
ing out was. instead of going to a phy
sician I p..-chased a complete treatment
of the Cuticura Remedies, in which 1 had
greai faith, and all was satisfactory. A
year or two later the oruptiou appeared
again, erny a little lower, but before it
bad time to spread 1 procured another
supply of the 'Juticura Remedies, and con
tinued their use until th? r :ro was com
plete. L i now live years since the last
attack, and have not seen any signs of a
return. 1 bave more faith in Cuticura
Kemed'es 'or skin dispares than anything
1 know of. hm rn a t?. Wi ??on, Liscomb,
iowa, Oct. \ 1005."
Sin is an intruder and not a ten
ant in the heart.
? HEALTHY_OLD AGE
OFTEN THE BEST PART OF LIFE
Help for Women Passing Through
Oaaage of Life
Providence hes allotted us each at
least seventy years in whioh to fulfill
our mission in life, and it is generally
our own fault ii we die prematurely.
Nervous exhaustion invitee disease.
This statement is the positive tenth.
When everything becomes a burden
and you cannot walk a few blocks with
out excessive fatigue, and you break
out into perspiration easily, and your
ieee flushes, and you grow excited and
shaky at the least provocation, and
you cannot bear to be crossed hi any
thing, you are in danger ; your nerves
have given out ; vou need building up
at onoe 1 To build up woman's nerv
ous system and during the period of
change of life we know of no better
medicine than Lydia E. Pinkhem's Veg
etable Compound. Herein an illus
tration. Mrs. Mary L. Koehne, 871
Garfield Avenue, Chicago, Ill.,writes:
"I have used Lydia E. PinkhamWegetable
Compound for yara in my family and it
never disappoints; so when I felt mat I was
nearing the change of life I eora men ced treat
ment wifih lt. I took in all about six bottles
and lt dla ms a great deal of good. It stopped
my dizzy spells, pains in my back ana the
headaches with which I had suffered for
months before taking the Compound. I feel
that if lt bao not been for this great medicina
for women that I should not have been alive
to-day. It ii splendid for women.old or young,
ana wfll surely euro all female disorders."
Mrs. Pinkham, daughter-in-law of
Lydia E.- Pinkhora, of Lynn, Mass., in
vites all siok and ailing women to write
her for advice. Her gr?at experience
is at their service, free of cost.
"When you buy
These and. many.<
other good pointa
Are combined in
"You cant afford
to buy any other /
? IUI towc* co BO ?TO? 1
I rgviit CANADIAN co i
I Bates c*w
'Taas/' said Cholly Saphead. "I ad
mit lt takes me some time to make up
my min but-"
"Naturally," . Interrupted Miss Pep
prey. "You must lose time trying to
locate it"-Philadelphia Ledger.
Valparaiso suffered another heavy
earthquake shock, but no damage was
Heaven is going to be a hot place
for some cold-blooded people.
Tess-Oh, yes, she's certainly get
Tess-Yes, she's beginning to com?
plain that the styles of bonnets and
gowns are not as pretty as they
used to be.-Philadelphia Press.
Alabama held primaries to nomi
nate candidates for Chief Justice, two
United States Senators, two alter
nate Senators, three Congressmen and
a full State ticket.
GOOD WORK. .
Employer-Jimmy, I let you off yes
terday afternoon because y?u said
you had some necessary work to do,
and one of my clerks says he saw
you an hour or two later at the ball
Office Boy-Yes, sir; I was rootin*
fur de home tea.-Chicago Tribune.
General Vonliarliarsky, acting mili
tary governor-general of Warsaw,
Where can one be happier than in
the bosom of his family?-Young.
g**. E I 11 acU Inmediately
>Lji BJ fr ?? gb you feel lt? effect? In 10
minutes. You don't
INDIGESTION and ^
remoTlnf tbs esme. 10 centi.
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U?Z?lX?XJxJ R.R. Faro Paid. Notes Taken
7 SOO FREE COURSES
UOItwmw^^fp.j BoardatCost. Writs Qulc?
GEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSINESS COLLEGE, Macon, Ga.
comes all too quickly to
her who suffers from the
diseases peculiar to,
women. Pain, weak
ness, debility, soon leave
you but a wreck of your
relieves female pain, cures fe
male diseases. "I was scanty,
had numb-feelings, and was
terribly nervous every month,
but Cardui has made me feel
so much better,"- writes Mrs.
J. Brandenburg, of Hunting
ton, W. Va. Try h. .
At all Druggists. cu
WRITE lor Free Advice, stating
age and describingyour Symptoms, to
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Han's Shoes, $8 to SX.OO. Boys' Shoes. $3
totLSS. Women's Shoes, $4.00 to 31.50.
Kisses' & Children's Shoeu. $2.35 to $1.00.
Try W. L. Douglas Women's, Misses and
Children's shoes ; for style, fit and wear
they Axcel other makes.
If I could take you into, my large
factories at Brockton, Mans. .and show
you how carefully W.L. Douglas shoes
are made, you would then understand
why they hold their shape, fit better,
wear longer, and are of greater value
than any other make.
Wherever you live, you can obtain W. L.
Douglas shoes. His name and price is stamped
on the bottom, which protects you against high
prices and Inferior shoes. Take no subttl*
tutm. Ask your dealer for W. L. Douglas ?boes
.nd Insist upon having them. 9
Fast Color Eyelets used; they will not wear brassy.
?Write for Illustrated Catalog of Fall Styles.
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Paxtine represents the most successful
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to this fact. 50 cents at druggists.
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