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Vu li I is lied every Wednesday.
J. P. CLIKKSCAI.KA, / E??TOKS AX?
C. C. LANGSTON, \ PltOl'HIETOUS.
ONE YEAH. - - - - 81 50
S.X MONTHS, - - - 75
WK ON KS DAY, JUNE ll, VMYl.
Li t the coming campaign be a clean
our. There will be no need for per
sonalities'. Candidates should run <>n
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According to commercial report?
the two last cotton crops will n<?i bc
far apart when thc_<count is made thc
first of September.
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Immigration to thc I nned States
is now at its highest point. The
month ol'May records the high water
mark of thc country, SSJJOO.
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No better tribute could bc paid to
the South thau that every party of
northerners who visit it come back
with glowing reports of its prosperity,
says thc New York World.
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Ti< Atlanta Journal now issue- a
Sunday morning edition. Tho Jour
nal is one of thc Krcate.it Southern
newspapers, and we predict that their
Sunday edition will bo a big thing foi
the Journal and for the people.
Oregon has been a solid Republican
Stale ever since her admission ititi?
thc Uni JU. A change, however, has
come over her people. In thc elec
tion there last week the Democrats
elected thei. nominee for Governor.
Peace has been declared after two
years' and eight months of a war
which tried thc British empire to its
uttermost and wiped the Hoers from
the list of nations. Thc news was
received in London with demonstra
tions of joy.
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Thc latest journalistic venture in
this State is thc McCormick Messen
ger, which made its appearance last
week. Its editor and publisher i*
Jouott 1*. Smith, to whom we extend
the right hand of fellowship, and wish
him big success.
Au exchange truly remarks that
the future of the American negro is
wholly bound up in the success of
the white man's government. Inde
pendent of thc white man, or in op
position to him, tho negro would bc
the absolute failure in this country
that he has been in all ages iu his own
We agree with the Florence Times
when it Bays tho new pistol law in
this State ought to be entitled "A
law to make people buy mean pistols
from mail order bouses outside of the
State." It may do something to
wards stopping tho pr&otic? of carry
ing pistols, but nothing will be effec
tive until the courts and officers of
thc different communities make a
dead set to capture and punish the
As a result of the meeting of the
Board of Trustees of Clemson College
last Thursday, President Ilartzog has
been induced to reconsider his resig
nation and remain at the head of the
College. For the present this ends
the troubles at the College, but the
consequences of this action of the
trustees will not be known until the
institution opens again next fall. It
is said that a large majority of the
students are not pleased, ?nd many
friends of the College fear that the
attendance at the next session will be
Dorothy Dix, one of the brightest
women writers for the press in the
United States, bas an excellent fable
in the New York Journal with this
excellent moral: "This fable teaches
that it takes a wise man to do things,
but auy fool can criticise his method."
There is a wond of truth in this moral.
In every community you find men
who are accounted of ordinary intelli
gence who undertake certain work and
succeed. There are always so called
geniuses ready to criticise the meth
ods of the successful man and to
show just how results could have been
attained more scientifically, but the
so-called geniuses who spend their
days in criticizing otbe.^ and in be
littling their ability are chiefly con
spicuous by their own failure.
Thc National Government has spent
millions of dollars in building good
roads in Porto Rico, Cuba and the
Philippines within the past three
years, but whenever the question of
appropriating money for river and
harbor or road improvements is dis
cussed in Congress there is an out
cry against extravagance, especially
if any large appropriation is asked for
a Southern river or harbor. It has
often beeu stated in Congress that
the National Government had no
authority to expend money for road
improvement, yet money is poured
Out by the million to build roads in
possessions beyond the seas. If oue
hail' the money that has been spent
On the conduct of tho. Philippine war
bad teen devottd to the bi "ding of
or, on til? improve mutti ul'our livers
and harbors, the country would have
received some bcuciit instead "I hav
ing nothing to show for tho wasted
hundreds -)f millions save th?.- odium j
of an infamous and brutally conduct- ?
cd war. _
Tlic County Democratic Executive
Committee is called to meet .June HHh,
at o'clock noon, at the oilier ol'
Messrs. Holtham & Watkins, in the
Tropics Hank building. A full attend
ance is desired, as business of the cam
paign will bc for your consideration.
1!. II. Watkins, Ch'in. D. Ex. Cu.
W. II. Shearer, Sec.
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Everything is dry and dusty, as
every one knows, and we are needing
iain very bat I. The things are burn
ing np. Codon looks very web, hut
corn, wheat ami oats are. all very Burry.
Master David Smith was tho wel
come little visitor to his grandfather*?
home. Mr. Sullivan, ol Abbeville.
Eugene Mitchell, with his pre tty'sis
ter, was in Denver Saturday and Sun
day with relativen.
Laurence Hall anticipates hoarding
the tram Wednesday for Atlanta.
Mrs. Faunie Harriss is very ill nt her
home. We hope to soon note lier ie
eovety. Her brother, Mr. hickson, of
Alabama, has been visiting her.
Il is willi great pleasure to note (hut
Kev..I..I. Heck will preach ut his old
post, Lebanon Church, next Sunday,
where he used to he a faithful pastor.
Miss Lillie Hun iss spent a few da vs
with her sister, Mrs. Annie Welburn,
Chimie Harriss hail much pleasure
in Chm lenton hist week. Ile reports II
.Jep Kay and father, ol' Six-and
Twetity, made a sholl visit to tin* for
mer's sister, Mrs. Noia McClelland.
Miss Pearl Wilson spent, a lew days
in Williamstou with ber old .school
chum, Miss Hosu Welburn.
Miss Hilda- Kay ami mother, of Six
und-Twcnty, wen- in our midst a few
Mr. and Mrs. Will McClelland spent
Sunday with their HU Hering sister-in
law, Mrs. Emma McClelland.
We chronicle the sad death of our
much beloved and esteemed friend,.
David II. Ureeno. Mr. t.?reene ?lied
May ?i-1 on hi? way home from Ander
son, with that fatal disease heart
failure. Mr. Ureeno was loved by n
host of friends and lovell ones who
sympathize with the bereaved widow,
-OM ..md daughter. The Lord has
warned us to always hu ready and
ivuititig, for in such an hour as wc
think not He cometh. Mr. Ureeno was
laid to rest, in the presence of a large
congregation of friends in the Lebanon
.Julie t;, P.MrL
- li matters not what your ances
tors were-it i> what they ;ire that
ANDERSON, S. C.,
Opens Monday, June 16,1902.
IT oilers the best business training
that money can buy in the shortest
time possible, and at the least ex
BuB?n??? Education has aided mil
lions to rise. It will aid you if you
will give it a trial.
$36.00 pays for full Busin?es or
Shorthand course, including statione
ry. Our Common Sense English
course, with stationery, 818. 875 pays
for Business or Shorthand course, in
cluding board, tuition and stationery,
14 weeks. It will pay young men and
women and parents to call on us at
College opens Monday. June 16th,
9 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. in Armory
Hall, over Hall Bros.
WALDEN BUSINESS COLLEGE,
ANDERSON, tal. C.
In your blood ? Physicians call it
malarial germ. It can be seen chang
iug red blood yellow under a micro
scope. It works day and night. First,
it turns your complexion yellow.
Chills, aching sensations creep down
your back bone. You feel weak aud
Enters the blood, drives out the yellow
Eoison and stops the trouble at once,
t not only prevents but completely
cures chills, fevers, night sweats and
malaria. The manufactur?is know
all about this yellow poison, and have
perfected Roberts' Tonic to drive it
out, nourish your system, restore appe
tite, purify the blood. It has cured
thousands of coses of chills, fevers and
malaria. It will cure you or your
money back. This is /air. Try it.
OER, GRAY & CO.
EVANS PHARM AC 7.
DENDY DRUG CO.
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
'i DE undersigned nflVra a reward o?
Ten Dollars tor tho arrest ol' Tom. JH -
y*n?t a bright iKiilatto aboui live lt-et len
laches tn height, wt-l^hs about 1-tO
pounds about . u v?a nof R^M, and han
downcouuienai ce. Hois under entrad
with me Hint has telt watton! en.
8. A. JONES.
May 2S, 1W2 40 3?
?:' \ <i :!irn!\ that > ? ?ii r ^ral" i-? too '
.nulli Mid r in thin ..) l>u sh ved by H ?
i iiitit'f Si'vn l'ini?' ' <'r.i'i.\; nn<1 prefer
l *??tirt<;on-l'uin^r JOM?I Harry. Sullivan |
lldw. Co. have Hire? styles Cradles. litttd i
with UH irooil blades an c-tu Ix? Iruijiht.
Kw CamlMatea' aooouoceinents ?111 be r>uli
lishcd until lb? i'riiuary Election for Five lmllari
-i'avAitt.K JN AIC.AMK. Don't talc tia to credit
Vi iii CONGRK-?i.
I announce my--!l a candidate fur Congress
frmn the Third Congressional I>i?triol, sul>j?M;i to
I be action of th? Democratic Primary.
_J: M. KUCKER, Jr.
! hereby announce myself a candidate, fur Con?
Kress from tin Third < on^ressional District, sub.
..ct ia ibe action of the Democratic primary alec*
i hereby auii'i?iic.) iuys*lf a candidate for Con?
i;ri !r?>iu i}.v 'I'MrJ (.'oui*misional Dl*triet, aub*
jed io til'; r.'-n?t ol ihn Democratic primary elev?
I. ll. Mi ALLA.
? FATE SENATE.
I hereby announca myself a caudidat?! for the
Stale Se?ale, Mii.ji-ri to tim action ol the Demo?
i .-alic primary election.
.INO. K. HOOD.
! hereby ?in non uro mywlf ni ;? camlldate for
the iii at ?j senate, sui | eel to the a<:iou of the De ia
ocra ie primary.
.,' OS IH " A \V. ASHLEY.
HOI'.rE ItEl'RES EN TAT IV KS.
I hereby ainu.anee myself a candidate for re
. I-i lion to the House of Iteprctciitafives, subject
10 iii?* action 01 the Democratic primary election.
R. ii. A. ROIUNHON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for re
electioii in ibo House ol Rep,eseuiatives from
A iel IT-un County, subject lo the rules of the Dem?
i ie ral ii primary." l.t. A. RANKIN.
I hereby announce III y-?elf ai a candidate for
Ibe ||<ni>e ol Repr?sentai 1 ves, subject to the ac
tion ol lite Demo* rai ie primary election.
A. ii. DARNALL.
] ?IR fi >l NT Y TKKA?l ULI'..
! '11 reby announco myst?! I as a candidate for re
leei ?m lo the oilicv of Voiiiity Treasurer, subject
m lin? a> ii.in ol the l-eiiimTmie piimarv election.
.1 AME'S M. l'A Y NE.
F< >ti Al I ?I LOR.
I beril.y announce myself aili candidate fur rc
eleclinu lo tho ollie-? of C??UUty Auditor, subject to
the mles ol the Dtvaocralic partv.
li N. ?'. I? i LEM AN.
I iierebv announce myself ns a candi late for re*
election lottie oil ce of County iiiporvleor, subject
to the roi.i tin Democratic parir.
I'l >li PR< ?IIA1 E .11:In;E.
I bi'leby announce m T.self a candidate for re
election loth? ollie** <>l Judge of Probate of An
derson ' i nut y, subject to the e< lion of tho Llcino
crai ii pi huai y elect ion.
R. Y. H. NANCE.
To Ibo People of Anderson County :
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
otilen of Probate J migo of this County, subject to
tho rules of the Democratic party, "l confess I
have nu great lore for th? Court House, but "ne
cessity i-. a bard master " If elected I will strive
to be just lind ki int io all, and to discharge my du
lles in such a manner th*, un one ever will bu
sorry I was elected thia li the laM time I will
ask for a County oHico. Very trulv yours.
E. Z. BROWN.
COLLEGE CF . HARLESTON,
?Th 1? ri evito II, S. C,
Founded in ITS'i Strong faculty, well
i quipped chemical, physical and 1>?U1OB;?
i'Hi Inti initorl?*H, lihrnry nf I I.OIMI vol
niiH-v, ihn liitrixi museum nf natural hin
tory in tlio?'oulli. K!? i-liv?? enurses lead
in? to tl:?? ?I vice?. A., li. S. and M.
A. I*, ??ni with turuifihrd motil in Col
lt?>i?i Dormitory inti ho obtained for 910.00
a month. I'trillon $10.00. Ono Scholar
ship, glviuu freo tuition, is assigned to
Anderson County, the holder to heap
pointed hy tho Probate .1 iidgo and Coun
ty Superintendent. Total expenses for
scholarship Htudetita SH- to 3130. All
caudiihtUH for admission ure permitted to
compote for vacant hoyen bchohirsbips
which pay $L"?0 a year. Next session be
gins September 29 For catalogue mid roan
HARRISON RANDOLPH, Pres.
June ll, 1002_M _2?
Winthrop College Scholarship and
The examinations for theaward of va
cant scholarships in Winthrop College
and for the admission of new students
will be held at the County Court l?ense
on Friday, July Htb, at 9 a, m. Appli
cants must not be less than fifteen yean
of age. When scholarships are vacated
after July 11th, they will be awarded to
those making the highest average at this
examination. The next session will
open September 17, 1902. For further
information and n catalogue address
Pres. D. B. Johnson, Rock Hill, S. C.
Jone 4, 1Q02_50_
Notice of Annual Meeting, j
Anderson, 8. C.. May 15, 1902.
THE Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Anderstin Water, Light
and Power Company will be held at their
office, in the City of Anderson, on the
third Tuesday in J une (17tb), at P.! o'clock
m., for the purpose of electing cr/icere
and attending to any other business that
may come before them. Please be pres
ent in person or by proxy.
S. M. ORR, President.
May 21, 1002_48_4
LAND FOR SALE.
A FARM In the village of Fair Play,
8. C., containing four hundred and sixty
seven acres, well Improved, two hundred
and forty acree to high state of cultiva
tion, two two-j'ory dwelling bouses,
store-room and imple tenement houses
AIBO a Farm four miles Nortb of Fair
Plav, 8.?*., containing three hundred and
fifty acre?, one hundred and forty acree
fresh and in hlph state of cultivation,
two four room houses and tenement
Also, a Farn? three miles South of Oak
way, N C , containing one hundred and
tweiity-rtvH acron, forty acres fresh and
in high state of cultivation, good four
Will make terms essy. Apply to J.W.
Shelor, Walhalla, s. C., or 8. P. Strlb
linar, Knlr Play, ti. C.
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YOU t0 fetudy carefully every eentence in thia advertisement, re
membering we are looking to the wants of the poor and the rich
with the best classes of Merchandise obtainable, at prices iu the
reach of all.
SOME SPECIALS IN DRESS GOODS.
Beautiful Black Taffeta Silk, 06 inches wide, soft, and the
kind that does not split, worth at least 81.25 yard-our price 90c.
Beautiful Black Silk, 4<? inches wide, at per yard 75c.
200 yards Fine Sheer Egyptian Tissues for Waists and Suits?
real 35c goods, but these goods must be closed at les3 than Cost
Prices-19c per yard.
500 yards beautiful Satin Stripe Muslins, navy blue with
white figures, 15c values, at per yard 8ic.
Mice Crash for Skirts at 5c per yard.
IOOO yards beautiful Organdies, new designs, worth 10c, at
per yard 5c
Nice liue of Curtaiu and Dress Swiss. 40-inch Dotted Swiss
for Curtains at per yard 10c.
500 yards real fine extra wide 50c Embroideries, but they
must be closed at per yard 20c.
Curtain Scrim, nice quality, at per yard 3*c, and a nice
line of Lace Curtain Goods from 10c to 25c per yard.
1000 yards extra heavy Cottonades, weighs 8 oz. to yard, 15c
kind, at per yard 10c.
Ladies' Oxfords, nil sizes up to 8's, at per pair 48c.
Nice line of Wolf Bros., Snell's aud Battle Axe Fine Shoes
for Ladies. Fail line Sel/. Fine Shoes for MOD. None better on
Men's Suits, well made, at per Suit 82.75.
Men's Suits, all wool, all sizes and well made, at per Suit
83.88, up to the 815.00 kind at S9.98.
Men's Buckskin Work Shirts, 40c kind, at 25c.
Men's aud Boys' Dress Shirts at 25c each.
Mon's Fi'.ip Madras Shirts at 49e, and up to th?1 81.25 kind
Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, elastic seams in
both sides of legs, made of standard bleached drills,
real 50c gOOds, at per pair 39c. These will arrive this week.
Good Steel Rod Umbrellas, 50c kind, at 33c and up.
S THE BEE HIVE,
Anderson's Fastest Growing Store,
One-Quftrter Hose or One-Half Hose !
IT docsent matter what you oall them, we got them in endless variety,
and at prices to suit our Sox customers. The real lOo. kind 5c. pair, or better
still three pairs for a dime.
Why more People don't Boy Good Shoes
When they are at it is a question that puzzles us. By the time the Summer
is half over nome people have bought two or three pairs of ShoeB and paid
DOUBLE THE PRICE of a good pair. Our Shoes will easily last you eight
or ten months if treated right, and we are selling them fast. We want you
to try one pair.
Twenty dozen Men and Boys 75s. STRAW HATS, bought so as to sell
them to you at 29c. each.
SUSPENDERS lOo. pair that will cost you 15c. to 20o. elsewhere.
Still selling that sweet granulated SUGAR 18 lbs. for $1.00.
Always keep Arbuckle's COFFEE at Ho. per paokage.
Twelve pounds oooking SODA 25c.
Just compelled to keep that Lab on Choice TOBACCO at 25o. lb., seven I
plugs to the pound.
Some say that Austin baito you. That's all right-they are good baits,
and you get such a big bite for a dime. *
Come to see us-we give you good values.
Yours always truly,
JOHN A. AUSTIN AND THE MAGNET,
High Price Breakers and Low Prioe Makers, down next to Post Office.
WE HAYE TOO MANY HATS!
WE arq not going to run any risk with our Big Stook Hats, and to insure
its moving now have put prices down to a lower notch than ever before.
We have them in every shape that is oorrect. Every size brim and bent
quality fur as any you can get around town for $1.50-ohoice.85o.
Some people call this a cheap plaoe. Well, we are not ashamed of that,
considering that no one will wonder at this when they read what we are offering*.
Strictly All Wool Puro Black Clay Worsted Suits, in all sizes, Suits that
are made and trimmed and fit as perfeotly as any yon eau got for two five dollar
bills, choice here. . .$5.75.
A complete line of Fine Suits in Blue Thibet at prices ranging from
.t2.?? to $5.00.
EXTRA SPECIAL MEN'S SHOE.
We have purchased of a large Shoe manufacturer in Massachusetts, who
got left with oc?ano of unsold stock 00 hand. Of courao you know what that
means. Reduction in price-not 10, 15 or 25 p6f cent off, but whole dollars
chopped off. It is a great ehanoe for people who want to wear sensible Shoes.
Don't mias it.
Special Sale of Men's Balbriggan Underwear at 15a.
Negligee Shirts, all kinds, at prices cut to the bone.
HUB CLOTHING HOUSE,
Next door to O. D. Anderson.
; We will not ksue Coupons ^?br? 1 The news has spreu.l quickly! 9
FREE PREMIUMS ? of the Extraordinary Valui\W
; for Gooda advert?**./! during j; \ we oiler at oui Great Fridsyj ?
j these sales. ^Sules ! jS
Greatest Bargain Occasion---Our Great fl
Frilay Afternoon Salesli
The tremendous money-saving offerings provided for thu S
week's Sales should bring hundreds of people from every cor.fl
ner and suburb of this section, for never has such Bargain S
been equalled, even here, and people who have been in the fl
telbit of coming here every Friday will find double money'? ?
woith here this week.
. ^^^^^ Sale No. 1. Begins at 2 O'Clock, fl
y^flT itt y^S. SALE OF READY-MADE SHEETS.-If yovfl
!?[ Y J- Jt??$\ ure a house-keeper come to the Big Store this Fri- MB
\ >\day and buy enough of ready-made Sheets to la? fi
III vvlyou through the year, for the way Bleaohing k fi
llE""^ ^ bsajjljuinping up in price wo doubt if another suoh bar- fi
l\\ . BEGINNING if/gain is possible. They are 72x90 inches, are ton, fi
\)&&Z> AT 2PM *^&Jy not cut' aD(l Iiav(' a two-inch wide hem-regalar fi
y^r jf.: y yvf value 60c, for thu hour only.38o fi
li ^bsdr Fine Lonsdale Cambric, (Remnants,) regular fi
^^^^^^A^^^^ value 12$c, for this hour only.
12-4 extra quality (Marseille Patterns) Bed Spreads, value $1.25, for this hour fi
Pure White Fine Pearl Ball Buttons, value 10c, for this hour only 2 doz. for 5c Bj
Fine White Embroidered Lawn, value 15c, for this hour only.. Ocfi
Linen Colored Batiste, value 10c, for this hour only. ycH
Fine Mercerized Taffeta Parasols, best Steel Rod, New Auto Runner, Castfij
and Tassel, Fancy Handles, value $1.50, for this hour only.85?
Fine All Silk Taffeta Parasols, with the New Horn Handles, regular vaia I
$2.00, for one hour. .$ljj fi
^^^^^v Sale No. 2 Begins at 3 O'Clock, fl
fy 5^ r* ? N\ The biggest bargains of the year are here thu fi
JfSj' J - \\ Friday for thc hundreds of thrifty housewives that 9
til t?^ I \\\are going to help us to make this the banner dlr 1
j| Q? ' i nlof June. Goods that you arc likely just to need fi
lu J. BEGINNING i'/are *n tne offerings, and for those who will be here a
AT ?PM >^^//wl1Gn bell strikes three there will be excellent
I wr j* v choosing. '
v^v^?r li vV?Zr Smyrna Rugs, 30x70 inches, value $1.25, foroae
^^gJJ?LJ^^ hour. 75c
^^^m%\\?m\m\*+*^ Smyrna Mats, value 75c, for one hour.55?
Fine Moquette Rugs, 30x65, value S2.75, for one hour...$1.98
Fine Moquette Rugs, 36x72, value $3.75, for one hour.$2.98
Cloth Opaque Window Shades, oomplete, value 25c, for one hour.15c
Blue Enamel Ware Pans, regular value 15o, for one hour. 10c
Blue Enamel Ware Bakers, regular value 25c, for one hour.... .... 15o
Single Burner Oil Stove, regular value 50o, for one hour . 32c
Decorated Cuspidors, regular price 18c, for one hour.10c
Silvered Tin Tea Kettles, regular value 40c, for one hour.25o
Steel Frying Pans, regular value 18c, for this hour. 10c
Large size Steel Frying Pans, regular vslue 40c, for this hour. 240
8-inch One-Piece Tin Pans, regular value 6c, for this hour. 3c
9-inoh " 44 " 44 44 Sc, " ? . 5c
10-inch " " " " " 10c, ?' . 6c
12inch 44 44 " 44 44 12c, 44 44 . 7c
13- inch " 44 " 44 44 14c, 44 ?. . 8c
14- inch . " .' %\ " 11 16c, 44 :' .10c
Two-Quart Covered Tin Pail, regular value 10e, " " . 5o
Four-Quart " 4 4 4* ;: ' 44 12c, " 44 . 8c
Six-Quart 44 '. 44 44 16c, 44 44 .Ile
Sale No 3 Begins at 4 O'Clock.
NEW CORDED MUSLINS, the 60 kind, (ten
yard iimit,) ten yards, for one hour at.15o
New Fabric Silk Mercerized Entrelace, regular
value 50c, for one hour. 24c
Fine Pink Organdie, reg. val. lOo, one hour 5o
Fine Sheer Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs,
regular value lOo, for one hour. 2?
500 assorted Ladies' and Misses' Straw Shapes,
regular value 50c, for oatt hour. 5e
Children's Linen Color Tam O'shanters, reg. val. 25c, for one hour...... Se
Heavy All Silk Taffeta Ribbon, No. 40, reg. val. 18c, for one hour_... 10e]
Men's Fine Shoes, (Bay State,) Laoe and Congress, regular value $3.00 andi
$3.50, for one hour.:.$1.75
LadieB* Fine Kid Oxfords, Heel and Spring Heel, reg. val. $1.50, for 1 hour S9s]
Advertisers of Facts Only,
JULIUS H. WEIL & CO.
Have Jnst PteceivecL
Two COM Fino TennoMOO Valley
Red Cob Corn.
Yon run no risk in feeding thia to your stock.
Will also make the very finest meal.
Come quick before it ia all gone.
O. Do ANDERSON.
IT MEANS PERFECTION IN FOOTWEAR- perfect in
style and fit, and it has every feature that goea to make ? perfect Shoe.
Eight million womeu of thia U. S. of Amerioa haye found this out, ad
there are others being added to the list every day. We are delighted to bfi
so fortunate as to have such a Shoe to offer the Ladies of this City and Conntjfi
"SHOWS" and "WALK-OVERS
Still in the lead for Men at $3 00 and SS .50.
The best $1.50 and $2.00 Shoe made for sale by
The Hie?h Grade Slioe Man.
W. F. DANIEL, Manacer.