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EMTIfiS THE BACF.
SENATOR WANNING fOMFS OUT
In a Plain, Easiness like iddrew to
I emocratic Voters of the
The following address will explain
To the Democratic Voters of South
I will stand for the Democratic
nomination fcr governor of South
Carolina in the primary election to be
! held in August, 1906.
I will stand on my record as a mac,
a citfzsn, andLon my record^ as a pub
lic cfflolal in the general assembly. 1
stand on my record as a Democrat,
adhering steadfastly to the doctrines
of that party in advooacy of those
principles of right and justice which
protect and cefend tbe rights of the
individual, as well as the protection
Believing t' at the foundation stone
of a republican form of government
x:Sts on tbe free, un trammeled ex
pression of tbe popular will, 1 stand
for pure elections, free from the cor
rupting and debasing practices of the i
! use of money, whiskey or anything
which trmdn to influe nce voters, except
the legitimate and educational influ
ence of argument.
I stand for tbe steady development
and improvement of the educational
system of tbe State, liberally support
I staid for tbe equal'zition of as
se88mtnts of propeity, so that the
burden of taxation will fall more
evently than at present.
I stand for the rigid application of
business methods to all departments
of government, and tbe requirement
of faithful Derformance of services in
all the departments I stand for rigid
economy in tbe public service, so far
as is consistent with efficiency, and
with that spirit of progress which re
quires new methods to meet new con
Realising fully that success in the
executive cnatr can be attained only
by the just and firm administration
of laws I, pledge myself to tbe unfal
tering enforcement of law by every
power vested in tbe chief executive
under the constitution and laws of
The office of the governor is ezecu
tive and administrative, not legisla
It is his duty and prerogative to en
force law, wnathever the law is, and I
pledge myself faithfully to discharge
this duly should I be elected.
In view of the widespread discuss
ion of the liquor question, I deem it
proper to stdte briefly my position on
laumii that there bas been a grow
ing tendency to curtail drink, and the
time may rome when prohibition can
be made effective in South Carolina.
But, in my judgment, that time has
not come, and this question must be
met in a practical way. I reaffirm
my cGLVXtion that the aispensary
system, as embodied in tbe dispensary
law, and amended, as proposed in tbe
Baysor-Manning bill, faithfully,
honestly and firmly enforced, would
promote temperance and sobne.tv, re
strict tbe sale and use of liquor and
minimize its e?dls. Let me be plainly
nnderstotd. I believe that liquor it>
an evil, but it is an evil that cannot
yec oe banished from South Carolina,
and the best that can be done is to
regulate tbe sale of liqucr by law and
curtail and restrict its us?, and that
this can best be done unaer a rigid
enforcement of the dispensary law,
amended as proposed by the Raysor
I will d? clare my position fully and
witbont reserve on all question agi
tating the public mind lu my public
utterances during the campaign.
Richard I. Msneing.
Sumter S. C, May 19. 1906.
GUARANTEED UQUOB CURS.
No Detf ntion from Work or Lose of
Tiuu? Dteire for Drink De
stroyed by Orrine.
When one of our most reliable drug
gists makes a positive statement that
he wiil guarantee to cure tbe liquor!
habit it O.-rine is used in accordance
with directions or refund the money,
it show? hie great faith in the treat
ment. It is in thii way that O rine
issold by tue l<aamg druggist In near
1> every c .y and town. la every box
is a regl?U-rea guarantee which enti
tles y ou t: a re urid of your money li
Orrine fabs to iff .ct a cure.
No oti.tr ouifc for thi l.quor hab;t
bas been n id in tuis way aud the re
rrark .b.e k i rautee shows how muc;>
superior Orrlns is to the ordinary
SdiiiuriucL ui ucme treatment. Tiiere
is no dd loo rrom work or loss or
timu wi en Orrine is used. It det>troy>
tiedeiirt i ? liquor, so tl at the drink
will uov no mi .sed, and also cures tac
deiangeo Question, weakened nerves
and other in effects of excessive drink
ing, r? storing the patient to perftct
Orri- e s prepared in t~o fcrms,
No. 1, t'ih secret remedy which cm
be u>ed in f od cr drink without t^e
knowlergvif the patient; No 2 for
those who i.ake the remedy of their
own fres w 11. Both forms are abso
lutely guaranteed to cure or they
will cos' nothing Treatise rn how to
cure rrunk?nnetiS free on request. Or
r'ne On., Washing?on, D C. The price
of either fi-rm i-. 81 a box, making tbe
co.-t <f tbe complete cure less than
one-tm h v. uat Is usually charged a'
sanitanu ? s, with a guarmtre thst
the expen w ill be nothing unless a
cure is paint d
Onipp io 'or sale by J. G. Waunv
makes M r f>?.
If tbe i> na? sore snoulders, it
Is a pretty sure sign that his collar
does not fir him. Throw the oollar In
to a tub rf warm water over night
and in tbe morning clean bis shoul
ders well with a brush and moist
Bptb; then put the collar on and work
Rn for a few hours. If the collar doe?
wk fit him then, It surely never will.
?.??BDL} r'o IlTXiR.
| He Stioks to His Story and Indulges
I' . in Sarcasm.
Senator Tillmau Thursday received
from former Senator William E
Ohaadlar a statement of his c -uree as
an lDttrmtdiary in the neguOlationb
between^Prbsiuent R>osevelt atd Sen
ator Tiilman and Bailey on the rail
road r^te bill. Tte comnuuioatiou
bearo upon Senator Lodges denial for
the president of Mr. Chandler's state
ment quoting the president as saying
that be had lost oi>nfideoo-> in Sena
tors F jraker, Spuoner and K iox. Ii
was iff :red in toe senate by Mr. Till
man, and will be printed In tne Con
gressional Record. Mr. Chandler In
als statement reaffirms the essential
portions of the statement he made
to Senator Tillmun. Continuing, he
"Much as I regret that the hasty
action of Souator L dge and the
pieslderjt has forced an issue between
Che president and myself, the txtrtm
language he has used make sued is
sues unavoidable, and I caunot shrink
from or evade lu, although I cannot
use toward the chief executive of the
nation language like his own. Up n
our respective stitements I submit
the controversy with conn" ence In
the judgment of those who know me
"For those wbo do not k r<v m
there is fortunately chcu 'a tiai
evidence of a high order wh cb .no?
ibat the president could by. have
omlted to make in substance the
statement which be denies. Nor coulo
he have then made the whole state
ment which he now substantiates
His impulsiveness has led bim Into
serious error upon a point of no im
portance in itself,,but only as affect
ing his attack upon me."
Mr. Obaodler cites circumstances
and cot munications to show that
he could not possibly have misun
derstocd or misrepresented the
president in the matter at issue
The most interestirg feature, per
haps, of Mr. Chandler's letter to Mr
Tiilman Is contained in the closing
paragraph, in which he Bay*:
"On the whole, perhaps I ought to
consider myself fortunate. If the old
imperialistic days bad been fully re
vived at the White House one whom
I considered the best of friends, Sen
ator Lodge, upon demand would have
out off my head and taken it to Pres
leant Rjosevelt on a charger, and I
should have ?poken no more. Now, at
least. I have left to me the power of
speech. But I shall never use it again
as a missionary from the President to
the Democratic party M
A CALL OP LU. Y.
Senator Manning Urged to Run for |
The following editorial from the
Sumrer DailyNItem shows how Sena
tor Richard I. Manning s'.auds at
Qome. The Item says:
"Senator RichardNI. Mannlrg of
this county has been more signally
honored by a large, influential and
representative element of the citizen
ship of South Carolina than %ny other
man now in public life, and this honor
has come to him in a way that can
but be extremely gratifying to him,
although it entails a grave and heavy
responsibility. We know that it Is
an honor tbat the people, cf Somter
county appreciate, irrespective of
whether or not they ecdorse, in tot
his views on matters of public polio
for it Is an honor to a cit z in and a
true and tried public servant of this
county that has come spontaneously
f'i m the people of all sections of the
"jNo man within the present gen
eration, save Hampton alone, so far
as we-&now, has been so strorgly and
earnestly urged and persuaded to be
come a candidate for governor, no
man his bad so great pressure
brought to bear upon him to disre
gard i'is personal and private duties
and effer his serti es to the public
For months past Mr. Manning he
been lookea upon as the logical candi
date for governor by those wbo re
gard high character and business
ability as the first and mrst neces
sary rc quisitles in a candidate for the
office, and at the same time endorsee
nls well understood views respecting
the control of the 1 quor business by
legislative enactment. But not until
the representatives of every county of
tbe State were gathered together in
Columbia yesterday was it possible
to estimate the strength of tbe sentl
ment that Richard I. Manning is tbe
man tor governor of Smth. Carolina
N-.ver has there been exerted sue)
pressure on any man within our re
:Oileotion to oeclarc clnjHelf a candi
date and never has tnore been sue.,
insistence thai a nma should offer f.-i
ofllOB? as a duty he owed tne Sta e.
Ytisterrtay Mr. Manning was ur^ed f
aunour.ee his cauhdacy by nun from
practically every ecu ity In tue State,
and, as ?n evidence of the coijti fenc
that he has inspired by ills pub ic
record, a great mauy of those wht
A-ere most insistent *ere men who
op.nly dfclired their antagonisn ti
bia well kuo*n views resp.-cting tbf
dispensary, bub at the s Laie time sair
chat, ae pite ih;s d fiance of opin
ion, they preferred him aod wculc'
support him against the field, s^p'.j
because cf t.h.?'r oufid nee in him a*
Z man and oil z n. TMS was a tri
bute that no man, nor !:Ia 1. 'rrdo,
cou''l regard >ave as an honor tbat ?
m^-.i might cheerfully spend a life
tirr? in trie public serv cj to merit
artd receive, ar d we know that Mr
Manning so regarded it; and nte
friends from Sumter, through whom
this pressure was largely brought to
bear, were made to realize tbat he
not only appreciated the esteem of
the people of the State thus express
ed. but tbat he would gladly comply
r!th th ir demands could be do so at
the expose cf any sacrifice thit
would effect blmseif alone.
"It still seems to Mr. Manning'
friends that it is a call of Suty and
that if it is possible for him to be
come a candidate for governor on a
platform whose chief plank would be
bis recc.rd as a clt'zm, as a public ser
vant and as a man, that he should do
so, and give the people of tbe State,
who appreciate this type of oitizen
ship, an opportunity to vote foi a man
wbo canno'. only oommand, but al
ready has tbe confidence and respect
of nls opponents..
Tribute of R ep cc
The following reiolntions r j - >ss
were adopted by Ploewro' lodge, No.
124, Ko'ghts of P-.thias:
"Wh<r;as, God In H * Ir finite wls
dorn has taken from puif mids? our be
loved brother and friend, Dr. Marshall
D. Murray, therefore be it
"Resolved, first, That In the death
of our brother ^inewood lodg^, No.
124 Knights'of Pythias, has sustain
ed an irreparable low, as an earnest
worker and sincere friend ever active
in t*e interest of our order.
"S'conrj, We revere bis memory
and deplore his loss as a brother ano
as a pb>slcian.
I 1 Third, That we extend to his be
lovad family our heartfelt symoathy;
''Fourth. Tnat these re^lutinrw he
spread up jd tbe minutes of oar lodge
ana be printed in The O'au^eburg
rimes and Democrat ana Manninp
Times to bis memory and a copy of
tbe^p resolutions be sent to Mrs. Mary
J. Murray his rrotber "
Walter D Epperson,
D R Lide.
E z'raa, scald heads, hives, itohnes
of iheskln of any Fort, instancy re
lieved, permanently cured. Djan's
Ointment At any drug store.
8p~o'*' OonnoM ^?"?rtnjt.
Council Chamber, Orangeburg, S. C,
' April 23,190?.
Proceedings of special meeting of City
Council held this day. Present, Hon.
Thos. C. Doyle, Mayor; and Aldermen
Lathrop, Sain, Fairey, Jeffords and
01i.\er. Absent Alderman Salley.
The mayor stated the special object
of the meeting to be the reading of the
returns of thcommissioners appointed to
assess the value of the lands of Messrs.
W. N. and E. N. Scoville, and Mrs. Mary
C. Dibble which the City sought to con
demn for the purpose of continuing Pearl
street from its present terminus to
Doyle street in the City of Orangeburg.
In the case against W. N. Scoville the
commissioners made an award of $1750.
00, the return being signed by W. C.
Crum, W. Hampton Dukes, U. O. Bryant,
Geo. V. Zeigler and A. L. Dukes.
In the case against fi. N. Scoville the
commissioners made an award of ?1750.
00, the return being signed by W. C.
Crum, \Y. Hampton Dukes, T. E. Brigg
mann, H. L. Smoakaud W. F. Fairey.
In the case against Mrs. Mary C. Dib
ble the commissioners iiled two returns
as follows: Commissioners D. D. Salley,
John Cart and H. O. Dawson, made an
award of $300.00 and so returned: com
missioners U. G. Bryant and F. A. Adder,
made an award of ?750.00 and so return
The returns having been read by the
City attorney and considered by tho
couucil, alderman Lathrop offered the
following resolution: Resolved that the
matter of the opening of Pearl street
and the continuation of the same, under
the condemnation proceedings and tho
returns of the commissioners as filed
with council, be abandoned for the
present. The motion is put and lost by
the following vote: For tho motion,
Aldermen Lathrop and Sain; against
tho motion, Aldermen Jeffords, Fairey
and Oliver, and tho mayor.
Alderman Jeffords then offered the
following resolution: Itesolvcd that
appeals from the returns of the com
missioners in tho matter of the opening
and continuation of Pearl street, as Hied
with the council in the cases of W. N.
Scoville and B.N. Scoville, i e taken, and
that the city attorney institute the pro
per proceedings at once. This resolu
tion is voted upon and declared adop ed
by a vote of 4 for 2 against, as follows:
Voting for tho resolution, Aldermen
Jeffords, Fairey, Oliver, and the mayor:
voting against the resolution,' Aldermen
Lathrop and Sain. (The original returns
are on file in the ollicc of Clerk of Court
for Orangeburg county.)
The mayor brought to the attention
of the council the mutter of an official
subscription to the San Francisco
sufferers by the recent earthquake and
lire. And it was resolved that tho mayor
be authoi iz -d.- n I. e ,? sted o draw fir m
the city treasury (ana the City treasurer
is hereby auf ho ized and directed to
pay the same) the sum of one hundred
dollars as the city's subscription to tho
relief of the California sufferers by-tlie
recent earthquake and fire; and that
the mayor be also requested to appoint
committees to solicit subscriptions for
.the same object from private individuals
and forward the amount received to the
proper officials State.
There being no further business before
tho council it is adjourned after approv
ing the minutes.
L. H. Wannamaker,
City Clerk and Treasurer.
PlraMriir H'olwy'* H ?n? y 4nd T?rv
Foley's & Co., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
'eraedy: and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey
and Tar many imitations are ollered
for the genuine. These wortbless imi
tations have similar sounding names.
Beware of them. The genuine Koley's
Honey and Tar is In a yellow packages
Ask for it and refuse any substitute.lt
is tiie best remedy for coughs and colds.
Dr. A. C. Dukes.
A Pianor or An Org?n Fur You.
To the head of eury funily who is amtii
tious fur the future iu.u education ot his chil
dreu, wo have a Special Proposition to make.
No article iu the home shows tiie evidence
of culture that does a Piano or Organ. No ac
complishuient gives as much pleasure or is ol
as great value in after life as the knowledge
of music and the ability to play well.
Our Small Payment Piax s makes owcor
ship of a high grace Piano or Organ easy. ?
Just a few dollars down and a small pnyineni
each month or quarterly or semi annually and
the instrument is yours,
Write us today for Catalogues and our Spec
inl Propositiou of Easy Payments.
Andrei- I?aloue s MUr.io Co.,
Columbia. S. C
One 50 H. P. Lidell Automatic En
One 00 n. P. Erie City Bjiler.
One Drag Saw.
One Cut OH Saw.
Ore Self Feed Kip Saw.
One Broom Handle Lathe.
One Hoe Handle Lathe.
Two Polishing Drums.
One Hand Lathe.
One Large. Grind Stone and Stand.
Two Car Loads short lengths of Ash,
Walnut, Persimmon and D< gwood.
One hundred feet of Stiafting.
One lot Shafting Hangers.
One lot P?lten
125 Doz. Base Ball Bats.
The above is situated in a two-story
factory building, dimensions 50x100ft.,
with eil attached 30x50ft, two stories.
Lot measuring 200 feet froutage and
524 feet in deptb. Bail Road into the
yard. In a desirable part of the city
of Orangeburg, S. C. This property
will be sold in part or in whole. It can
be utilized for most any kind of enter
prise For full particulars,apply to
Jas. L. Sims,
Orangeburg, S. C.
Neglected Colds Lead to C<
?S^S^?'l tV: 7// POWELL ///
((How Pretty Miss
^/?#?fW Powe11 Was Re"
^/r^^JI ]\fJJ^ stored to Health
*^.*^^^?f=^ by Pe-ru-na.
< Miss Lillian Powell, Aurora, Ind., writes : 5
? "Last spring I caught a severe cold from getting my feet wet and being \
I out in the rain, and in a day I had a most miserable cold, but 1 neglected It, 5
> thinking It would soon leave me. But it hung to me for two weeks, when <
) I felt something must be done, as my condition was serious. S
I ?7 had heard so much about Peruna and in its praise that 1 bought a bottle )
) and began taking It regularly. 1 was gratified to find that in a week the I
) cold and cough was broken up, and three weeks' treatment completely re- \
< stored my usus!good health. "?Lillian Powell.
RE\ ISED FORM.TJLA.?For a number of years requests have come to rr
nrcring that Pe-ni-iia to 1)9 given a slight laxitive quality. I have been ex(
for quite a length of time, and now feel gratified to announce to the friend:
such a quality in the medi.-ine which in m opinion, can only enhance i
How Consumption Develops.
Nine cases of consumption out of ten
occur in this way:
A person catches cold. The cold is not
properly cured, and aaother cold is
This cold is dilly-dallied with, ?ither I
by no treatment whatever or some treat- j
ment that is ineffectual, and the cold
Then another cold is caught and a
cough develops. Cough syrups are re
sorted to, but they give only temporary
By and by the patient gets tired of
taking medicines and cough syrups and
gives up in despair. 1
The cold continues to develop and fhe
cough grows worse.
Then the doctor is called in, only to
discover that the patient is in the first
stages of consumption.
It was just in this way that Miss
Powell, of Aurora, Ind., became sick.
She caught a cold, and not considering
it serious, neglected it, thinking as
many others do, that it would "wear off."
However, it clung to her tenaciously,
and in two weeks she found her health
in a serious condition.
Fortunately, Peruna had been brought
to her notice, and she took a course of
this remedy before it was too late.
In a week the cough and cold were
broken, and a three -weeks' treatment
completely restored her to health.
This is what Peruna is doing all the
while. Not a day, and probably not an
honr passes in which some one does not
have a similar experience with Peruna.
Cure tbe Slight Colds and Avoid
The first step toward consumption is
a cold. The next step is a failure to cure
it promptly. The third step is the de
velopment of catarrh, which gradually
becomes chronic. The fourth step, the
catarrh begins to spread from the head
to the throat, then to tbe bronchial
tubes, and finally into the lungs. It is
then consumption in the first stage.
At any time during the progress ol ca
tarrh, from the first onset of the cold to
its final settlement in the lungs, Peruna
can bo relied upon to stop the disease.
If you have taken a cold, buy Peruna
without delay. One bottle in the be
ginning will do more good than a half
dozen bottles after the catarrh has
fastened itself on the lungs.
Thousands of Testimonials.
We have on file thousands of testi
monials from people who have been
cured of catarrh of the lungs by Peruna.
We can give our readers only a slight
glimpse of the vast array of unsolicited
endorsements we are receiving every
month. No other physician in the world
has received such a volume of enthu
siastic letters of thanks as Dr. Hartman
to fr.nn a multitude of grateful friends
lerimenting with a laxitive addition
?> of Pe-rli-na that I have incorporated
ts well-known beneficial character.
"*S. Hartman. M D..'
Pike's Greatest Week of Bargains.
We will put on sale this week some of the greatest bargains we have ever offered before, You cannot afford
to miss this chance of getting these goods at the prices we will sell them at This Sale Price
Shirt Waist Suits, skiits wide, well worth 2,00, Sale
Extra quality white Tab suit*, Waists and Skirts
beautifully trimed worth 3.00 and 3.50, Sale 1 .'J8.
One lot nf shirt waist great value st 7oc. Sale 49c
We will sell shirt waist beautifullv trimmed in best
vallace and insertion worth 1.00. Sale price 98c.
We will sell one lot of top skirls in blach. blue, brown
on center counter marked to sell at 2 50 and 3 00
choice of lot 1 24.
100 doz Ladies 10c vest at 5c.
Get some of our fancy collors at 5c.
Ju.et got in a large line of white bagi at I0j 25c 50c
Beautiful liue of white emb and wash belts at 1), I
25. and 50c.
We have a new line of gold and silver buts, belting
and buckels to match at 25 and 50c.
We will sell alt our 45c Ladies fast black hose at 10c
Get a suit off our 10-4 all linen sheeting sell at 1.
sale price ?8c. 2h yards will make full suit.
We guarantee satisfaction on money refunded. No matter what prices are quoted you we are always lower.
To Cure a Cold in une
Take Laxative BrOmO ?tanfeie Tablets.^? (%J/
Seven Million boxes sold in past 12 months. Tk?S Signature, StKA^TT'
in Two Days.
^rTnrt^ box. 25c.
"HIS MASTER'S VOICE "
Please Bear It In Si
that 1 am selling the Victor Talking
Machines and Records.
Machines at $17, 27, 30, 40, 50,
GO, and 100. " " .
Records 35c, GOc and up.
Call at my store and hear A Good
Cousert and be convinced of the
good qualities of the "VICTOR."
SAN FRANCISCO EARTH
qua''e Disaster: Tnousands killed
and injured. $5UU,000,OuO, worm of
properly destroyed. Full and authen
tic story told by survivors and eye
>v itnesses. Largest and best book,
best illustrated, 80 per cent profit to
agents. Freight paid. Credit given.
Outfits free, b no 4?two cent stamps
tor pos age. Address Coopjsb & Co.,
134 Lake Street Chicago, 111
Real Estate Loans.
MONEY TO LOAN ON ORANGE
burg County real estate we al
ways have, at the lowest current rates.
Call and see us or write us. If you
have money to invesL. we will put it
out for you on gilt edgea real estate se
curities tiLAZK & erbeut,
Orangeburg, S. C. Att'y's. at Law.
WE HAVE A SECOND HAND
fateinway Piano in peifect order
that we are oiferii g at a price three
time less than it is worth. If you
wantrit, be quick as it wnl not be witn
us long at tue pi ice we ask.
The Makchant Music Co.,
5-3-tf. Urangeourg, S. C.
N nice of Discbarge.
/^N MAY 2?th 1906, I WILL FILE
\J witn the Judge of Pro ;aie for Or
angeourg County my final account as
Adiniuistratnx of J. U. Milnous?, de
ceased, and will thereupo ask for my
di.-charge as such Administratrix.
Ege-* For Sale.
ALIMITED SUPPLY OF BUfP
Orpington ej;g? lor sale at 3 Ou per
se ling of 15. Une of the Oest ah rouud
lowls known. Siock from "Willow
Brouk Farm," Berlin, Conn.
Apply to N. 11. Bull.
4- 19-6* Orangebuig, S. C.
N nice of Discharge.
ON JUNfiJ 7,11)00, I WILL FILE
with the Judge of Probate for
Oiangeburg County, S. C., my final
j account as administrator of W. L.
Cain, deceased, aud wiil thereupon
ask for my oischarge as such adminis
trate r. Leonidas Cain,
5- 10-4 Administrator.
ALL PLKSONS -HAVING
Jrx. claims against ine'estate of the
late Jam s McPherson will j.rese t the
same properly vended, and aT persons
indebted to the said estate will make
payment to \
Louise W. McPherson,
5-10-4 yualitied JbJxecutrix.
Pithl Fish! Fish!
WHY GIVE 12i AND 15 CENTS
per pound for beef stake when
you can get nice lresh water perch,
bream and mountain trout at J. 'M.
Wa>'s. They are much cheaper and
better. Phone 106.
AGENTS IN ORANGEBURG
County to write Life Insurance
for the Best Old Line Company in the
U. S. Large commissions paid. Write
or call on H. C. Wannamakee,
At People's Bank, Orangebu i^. S. C
Ice! let! Ice!
J. M. WAY HAS OPENED HIS
ice bouse in full blast. Secure your
coupons or have the right change to
avoid dela . Phone 106.
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"^T TT 7"E invite your inspection of
Y y the new "Queen Quality*"
Oxford models for Spring.
Even though you may not now be
ready to purchase, you will find the
display full of interest, presenting as
it does the correct and authoritative
shoe fashions for the coming season.
And so great is the variety that every"
taste can be pleased and every foot
fitted with a shoe that will give "ease
the first day worn," Prices range from
$2.50 to $3.50
"Ease the first
BEYOND question the hit of last
season v/as scored by" the
" Queen Quality " College
Boots. And no less a hit will be
scored this season by the latest "Queen
Quality" production?the College Ox
ford. Nothing could be smarter for
street wear than the College Oxfords
of Patent Leather, Gun Metal or Kid.
Wear them now, if you would be
ahead of the great army of imitators
that arc sure to follow. Prices are
$3.00 and $3.50