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F1IH & GO.. THE F
, Witli hearts full of gratitude, wish to
express to their customers their MANY
TEfANKS for their liberal patronage during
the year 1899. In many respects the
past year has been our best. Wo expect
,by FAIR PEALING, COURTEOUS
TREATMENT to all, LOWEST PRICES,
BIGGEST and BEST SELECTED
STOCK, to make 1900 tho banner year of
our .business. Thanking you again for
youi4 kindness in the past, we . wish all of
you- a happy and properous New Year.
I'rttly line oi Rugi, Big line of Haudkerchiefa, Beautiful
line of. Tics, Towels, Napkins, Table Lanous, Mufflers, Comforts',
Blankets, Mens and Ladies' house Slipper, Wool
Mittens, did Glove. Everything that is useful you can find
. 7 " r
jn onr slore.
CAPES, JACKETS and OVERCOATS.
Fifty new Stylish Jackets, latest shades, Taffeta lined, worth
'- $12:60, now 57.48. - --.y-
.:-. 11 Uses Jackets, all shades. Very latest... Oar price . - ,
v V ,;' .' -
'Another shipment of (3.60 all-wool Capes, will go t $1;03.
'. ; Men's alNwool Beaver Overcoats, cheap" at 19.60, our 'jprjee,
-85.00, -.. - '.".'. -
fcii 'Twelve more of those finest grata Beaver .Overcoats, wrUi
110.00, now 18.60. i- . ,
Boyjs Overcoats with cape $-1.60. . ..
Boy's Beaver Overcoats 3;00 and $3 50.
A look at any of these lines is all we
ask. Then a sale is made. Visit the store
that keeps the biggest stock at low LIVING
PEICES. The place is:
Fi A CD., THE FI DEALERS.
JDAY'5 Rubber Boots
Pore Gum, and Strictly Guaranteed,
n FAIR & GO.
EI1CTH 8 WOT,
(Ajriong tlio many livery
tables in the Groen River Couutry,
none are better equipped than Koown
& Martin, of Hartford. It is run by
young men, who are energetic, and
.up-to-date In every particular.
Buggies and Wagons
on sale at all times.
Farming Implements in, season.
Wagons- a specialty.
Best of feed and your stock will
secure best attention.
Give them a call.
If you will send your Laundry to
the TnOY STEAM LAUNDRY,
DAYTON, OHIO, your Shirts, Collars
and Guffs will always look noat
and oloan. Laundry called for and
Lyman Williams, Agt.
P. S. Leave your Laundry at
the Singer Office. Telephone
Nos. 82 and 40.
on Han '
Singer Sewing Machine Office.
Floating Studio ia now at Hartford
Field's 'bus meets all trains at
Mr. Henry Field was in Louisville
first of the week.
For fine Photo Buttons, call at the
Floating Studio. Telephone, Ha 13
Mr, A. C Taylor was In FordsvUc
first of the week "a piospective."
Dr. Wynser Wanlner, Chicago, is
visiting his sitter, Mrs. J). E. Thomas,
Mrs. Karl Collins and children,
Olennvllb, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. Lucy Klein.
Mr. A. D. Riley, cashier of the
Llvermore Bank called to see us while
In town Christmas.
Prof. E. Woodward, ol McHenry,
was a very pleasant caller at Tub Hit
publican office Xmas. - .
Profs. Morton and Shultc left
day for Louisville to attend the State
Miss Francis. McDonald;' Valeeae,
Ind.,-la the guest of Mr. J. B. Dodson
and family during the holidays.
Miss Nell Austin, Beaver Dam, is
visiting her sisters, Mrs. Wayne
Griffin and Miss Sadie Austin.
Mr. R. T. Wedding, Rockport, ia
In attendance at the State Teacher's
Association this week In Louisville
Quite a number ol Ohio county
teachers are In attendance at the State
Teacbcra' Association In- Louisville.
Col, C. M. Barnett and family ol
Louisville, are' visiting relatives In
and near Harttord during the holidays.
Miss Minnie Mclntlre and Miss
Dessle Duke are spending JCmM with
relatives and friends near Sulphur
Mr John II, Dimes, the popular
cashier of the Benve Dam Bank,
made the Hbpuducan a pleasant call
Mrs, Cicero (Babe) Magan, Sulphur
Springs, has a very severe attsck of
pneumonia, the disease having invest
the Cheapest ft
Experience teachei that
good clothes wear longest,
good food gives best nutrition,
and a good medicine that
care's disease is naturalh the
best and cheapest. Hood's
Sarsaparilla is the best medicine
money con bay, because
it cures when all others fail.
Poor poor hetlth foe
yeAts, pjitni tn shoulders, itch And kips,
vAth coruUnt hexdxche, nen.xxjsntis.tnd
no Appetite. Used Hood's SxrtxpxriEt.
gxlned strength And cxn tuork hud xh
dsi tAt heArtSy And sleep weU. took
It becAtist H helped my husbxnd to whom
U gAve strength." Mrs. E. J. Gifels,
Moose Lib, Minn.
rieed'a 1111a earellrarllU like aad
t nlf eatharUe to lake with iTSSit SaMaparlluy
Wccan furnish you with anything
you want In the way of Sewing Ma
chine supplies. Call at the Singer
Messrs. M. II., Collins, Kersee.Ry.,
andW. lit 'Collins, Florence, Ala.,
are spending the holidays with their
mother, Mrs. J. F. Collins.
Use only Singer Sewing Machine
dll and you will never gum your machine.
Call at the Singer Office for It.
Gross Wiluaus, Agent.
Note the tag on your paper and If
your time has expired send as a check
for the amount due and Tub Repub
lican will be delighted by your kind'
If you need any Enlarging done in
the Portrait line, remember $3.00, in
advance, pays for the best 16x20 Por
trait that money can buy, In a nice
frame. Work guaranteed at Schrceter's
Floating Studio. Telephone, No. 13.
The Singer Manufacturing Co. has
opened up a branch office In the build'
fng formerly occupied by Thos. Duke
and will keep full supply of their
celebrated machines on band, also
needles, oil and all kinds of sewing
Gross Williams, Agent.
Mr, John Miller, of near Rosine, has
a very severe attack of pneumonia.
Mr. Miller ws very much exposed
while on a trip to Owensboro with to
bacco last week. . lie contracted dee
cold resulting in pneumonia.
Miss Agnes Hcc'ker, Taylor Miner
was tried In Judge Miller's court last
Saturday and was adjudgft
Sheriff Stevens and son, Master, Cecil
conveyed her to the ' HopklnsvllK
Mr. Hiram Powers, of Nairows,wh
has been very ill of pneumonia' i
"thought to be improving. Mr. Powers
Is a good business man and an ex
client citizen and the news of his im
oroved condition will be gladly received
by all who know him.
Mr, Leonard Morris, Renfrow, ti
Miss Florence Morris, Renfrow, dot,
nf marriage, Dec. 2d.
Mr G. A Marlon, Narrows, to Mis-Lizzie
Wllley, Render, date of mar
rlage, Dec. 6tb.
Mr J. C Hunt, Aberdeen, Butlet
county, to Miss Ada Bennett, Fords
ville, date of marriage, Dec 5th.
Kir. E. D. Maddox; Rockport.
Lllle Barnard, Smallhouse, date'
of marriage, Dec 6th.
Mr. Lonnle Stum, Prentls, to Miss
Mary Shultz, Prentls, date ol marriage,
Mr. Thos. B. Casebler, Mnhlenburg
coanty, to Miss Georgie M. Benton,
Echols, date of marriage, Dec, 12th.
Mr. R. L. Brown, Rockport, to Miss'
Jessie Brown, Rockport, date of marriage,
Mr. Thomaa II. Chlnn, Beaver
Dam, to Miss Ada, E.. Porter, Hartford,
date of marriage, Dec. 17th.
. Mr. Herbert C. Ward, Beda.to Miss'
Mray E. God, Centertown, dato.ol
marriage, Dec. 20th.
Mr. James Bartlett, Bnford, to Mis
Laura Allen; Buford, date of marriage,
Dec 18th. ?'
Mr. J, B. Boon, Fordavllle, to Mian
Com Magan, Fordsvllle, date of marriage,
Mr. F, M. Goodman, Flint Springs,
to Miss Oma Smith, Flint Springs,
date ol marriage, Dec. 26th'
Mr, W. M. Benson, Bevler,
burg county, to MlssZua Davis, Taylor
Mines, date of marriairc. Dec. s6tb,
Mr. John II. Render, McHenry, to
Miss Ollle M. Render. McHenry, dat
of marriage, Dec. 27th. .
Robert E. Calloway. McHenry to
Miss Leslie M. Robert-ion, McHenry,
date ol marriage, Djc 27th.
Tho Losa-of Cold Is Groat!
The loss of health, is more." Heatth
is lost by neglecting to keep the blood
pure, Due Kis regained Dy puriyine,
enriching and vitalizing- the blood
with the greatibealth restorer,' HnoJ'S
Sarsaparilla. Thousands-who thought
health had been permanently lost
havebera made perfectly well by taking
this great medicine; ' Your ex
perlence may be lbs same.
Hood's Pills are gentle, ct iliya
You have used all
I sorts of cough
I dies but it does not
yield; it is too deep
seated. It may wear
itself out in time, but
it is more liable to
I produce la .grippe,
pneumonia or a seri
ous throat affection.
You need something I
that will give you
strength and build
up the body.
f will do this when everything
else tails. There is no doubt 1
about If. It nourishes,
strengthens, builds up and
makes the body strong and
i healthy, not only to throw
oil this hard cough, but to
fortify the system against
further attacks. If you are
run down or emaciated you '
should, certainly take this
nourishing food medicine.
Coc'.nd f i.do. .11 drug!ft.
SCOTT a DOVCNE, CkimUu, tiiv York.
Of the Ohio County Teachers' Association
held at Narrows, December,
The Ohio County Teachers' Assot
elation met at Narrows, Ky., Dec. 16,
The house was called to order' by
Supti Rogers after which devotional
exercises were conducted by Prof. N
Supt. Rogers then stated the object
of the meeting and that the election of
a secretary was the next thing In order.
U. C. Barnett was chosen to that
The subject of primary grades in
reading being the fire t on the program
was opened by N. B. White. He said
that primary reading is very essential
because that branch is the foundation
for further advancement In education.'
lie thinks the primary grades should
receive more attention than the more
advanced grades on that subject
t'he discussion of thesuoject was con
eluded by short talks by Prof. Groves
The association was then favored
with a recitation, "The Miser" by
Miss Irene Wbittinghill, after which
the body adjourned for dinner.
The subject toradvanced Reading be '
ing the firtt thing on the program I6r
the alternoon it was discussed b Dr.
Z II Shultz. He said that Reading
and Literature are intimately con
nected: That he has his classes to
discuss the lives of the authors of the
selections read, their chief production's'
&c. Morton Holbrook followed with
a few remarks. He said that most ot
our knowledge of reading is obtained
In the public schools; that that subject
Is an object of neglect In the more ad'
vanced schools of our country. He
insisted that the teacher should thoroughly
acquaint himself with the selection
to be recited that he may be
better prepared to Impart it. J, C
Hohelmer followed by saying that he
requires the pupils to study the lives
ot the authors of the selections to be
read. Prof. Groves insisted that we
should study the figures of speech In
our reading lessons. Dr. D II God
sey said that he encouraged the read
ing habit. Short talks were then of
fered by Carl Soper, I. A. Sanback
and O, V. Wilson, The discussion of
the subject was closed by Prof. Shultz
who Insisted on Inculcating the reads
Ing tfablt by encouraging supplemen
J. C. Hohelmer opened the discussion
of the subject of Civics. He teaches
It in primary grades. Prof. I, B. Tay
lor said that a knowledge of Civics
was essential to a good citizenship
Miss Dona WesteiGeld teaches the
subject by beginning at the government
of the Magisterial District and
continuing to the Nttional Government.
She was followed by V, lit-Mitchell
and W. D Park the latter ot
whom suggested thnt the teacher
slum Id -encourage the observance of
self government, Pro! Gloves denned
Civil Government as being op
poslte to Military Government After
numerous remarks by dificrent teach
era the discussion oi the subject was
Mr. Arthur P, Miles then entertain
ed the assoclatioi by a recitation
entitled "Socrsts Snooks "
A reylew ot Evangelene was then
read by U. C. Barnett.
Compulsory Educator, Is It deslra
I.Uf was dlocusscd by Prof Groves
He said that there must be some other
mode than compulsion to obtain Kt
tendance at rchoolj that the pilp'
llbust be influenced to attend by u
loftier motive. J. II. Duff thought
that possibly, II the pupils could be
Induced to attend tchool a day 01 two
they would become tnteiestid nnd
would rem tin in school without 1 ing
.forced to do so by the ttrong arm 01
the law, Carl Soper favored Compul
sory attendance because tb'e 'pupil
should get the btntfit of tlic money
spent for his education. Dr. D. II
Git sey Insisted .that the teachers
should go out into the di&Uict and do
a little missionary work by urging
the parents to fcend their children reg
ulurly. Prjf. 'Shultz closed the discussion
of the subject. He favored
cleanliness of person as an essential
to the proper education of the child
whether it be brought about by compulsion
or b the voluntary acts of the
Miss I.lyrtlc Shi eve then ttcited
"The Murd rrr" which was well re
ceived by the audience,
The report ol the committee ap
pointed at the Ihfit nutting oi the as.
soclatton to draft tultatle resolutions
relative to th rirath uf'oui Iriend and
I turiuer co-lab iitr I. L. Elmore wits re
. ... ... ,.. .
ceiveu ana in cornrumte aiscnxrgea
..Prof. Shultz then urged the at ten
dance ot our teachers at tne State
Teachers at Louisville
"Christmas alter which tbebody
adjourned to meet at Hartlord, Jan,
joth, 1900. Fori Rooers, Ch'm'n.
U. C. BARNRTTSec'y.
Mr, Gilbert Dodson and MUs
Bennett were united in marriage
at the C P. Church, Beda, Ky., Sunday,
December 24th, Rev. G. J. Beau
officiating. A large number 9I Iriends
dl the contrasting party were present
to witness the happy event to extend
good wishes for uselut and happ7 life.
Mr. Jna. W. Miles, of Trlsler, died
at his borne Monday of pneumonia
fever. - On the tenth day day of his
illness the physical man succumbed to.
the retentless. pangs of that disease
soni winged its way to the
land of the blessed. Mr, Milles was
fifty eight years ot age and one of the,
county's best and most reliable men.
He .leaves a wif; three sons and one
daughter. In his death his wife sus
tains the loss of a faithful and devoted
husband, their children a kind and
indulgent father, the community a
liberal neighbor and friend.
Used ia Millions of Homes!
Accept no substitute I
Insist on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs.
TJiese articles mailed FREE la
exchange for lion heads cut from
front of i lb. HON COFFEE pkgs.
Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents).
Sent by espress I
Mill), for 170
Don heads and
A very fine umbrella, made of union i
frame with seven ribs; iteel rod and silver
Ooofo handle, Would cost HOO at the store.
rtalled tree lr IS
lien beads and 2-cent
pins In the et (Isnrer
ol flue rolled-gold,
neck-pins or as a
Mailed free for IS lion heads cut from
Lion Ceffee wrappers and a 2-cent stamp.
Latest style ot Imported black
grain ribbon belLlnff. ntvllih Imlt&Uon
oildlted silver buckle 1 ueat, strong
Por 15 Hon heads and a
stamp. Neat and
metal, heavily silver,
plated Two different
Por IS lion heads
!. stamp. Color,
dark bmwn. Hade oi
one Sid leather; chamois
lining i 11 lake led
frame, with strong
Per IS lion heads cut from
Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c
stamp. Large lie good ma-ferial',
handles nloelr decorated
and assorted colors.
' TIID AB0VI3 ARO ONLV A
shortly appear la this paper I
You always know LION COITCD by the wrsrper. It Is a sealed pack.
age, with the Uen'a bead lo front. It Is absolutely purs II the pocksge
Is unbroken. UON COPrEU Is roasted the day It kavea the factory.
in tna uaoHV 1
Then probably ,thd kldnoys,
In tho Ohca't? , ,
Then nrobjlilv tho lu'ntrs.
In tho Joints? -&1
Then probably rhcumalis:n.,j
No matter where it U, nor wJialUair ciicutn&tauces, living near Horse
....., ,, ..vv. ii,Ui.iiuiuuSi;i:iuioui unu nas uten tuairied once
nour, n uay, lo iesteiav. m. ,. 1.
" mo" yield to ,l6aml, his h,i,v ... .. ...!
U&m h&iilmL & j Wednesday nnd wa
!Sy El elHawB y gafdvldUlvered at Beaver Dam en
' agtd groqruaaecliged
ktlTTK f?1 VI ,i n
IH V tV Jf tlWi. f. ft IIUUl DCVCriiiydlUMJDM
IhUiSr J iftsLO PA T WxfikS excelVnl nmnfhiTflf'fmrJ
11 may do nn
K.1J irwia I1 Nllilk n1 ' f fi .
wv ur Iri Vm ri i-5 J va M
ImmodbUly after tpplylnj It Joa
feel its ootlilcg,nrniiag, strengthening
It qniets congestion; draws out
It is n new plaster.
A new combination of setr
remedies. Mads after new
methods. Entlnly nnlika any
The Triumph of Modem Medical
The Perfected Product of rears of
Placed ortr the cht It Is a
powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry rectors!
Ia the treatment of all throat
and long affections.
Placed over the stomach, it stops
nstuea and vomiting; over the
bowels, it controls cramps and colic
Placed over the small of the back,
it removes all congestion from the
moneys ana gr tally strengthens
For sale br a'l Dniffelsu.
J. C. Aycr C Lowell, Mass.
Teachers, remember that the third
Saturday fn January is the date for
our next association. Begin now to
prepare and fail not to come. Every
meeting yet held has been very
able, but the next Is expected to be
the best yet held. The of the as,
sociatlon is made up ol the interest of
the teacher. Answer by your pres
ence the question, are you Interested?
clerk was abundantly thankeHfbvjThefjat'y s
groom to be and now the two' hearts, SSSSSS
beat as one. Ifi
Thus encouragement comes to
those who have grown despondent In
the hope of the future. So long as
I there is life there should be hope.
Mr. A. W. Bennett, Smallhouse,
who Is attending school at George
town. Kv.. came heme to visit his
parents during the holidays. He was
In ton n yesterday and made the Re-
publican a visit. Mr. Herman Bar-
nard,wbo is also attendlngschcolwith
Mr. Bennetti is with his parents
during the holidays.
The Masonic Lodge No, 675 elected
1 the following officers at a meeting
' heUJ tor that purpose December 27th:
Master, R. Holbrook; Sr. Warden,
Henry Weiusheimer; Jr. Warden, Dr.
e,w. Ford; Secretary, J. T. Moore;
Treasurer. J. C. Riley; Chaplin, G
jj. Bean; Sr. Deacon, E. Crabtree: Ir.
rjeacon, C. R.Campbell; Tyler,
j jamcs Sullenger; Stewart, Dr. E. B.
.peddleton, J. H. Patton.
sTREWGTHy PURITY AND FLAVOBJ
Knickerbocker" Watch. I
Given for I7S Hon
heads and a 2-cent
sump. Neat appearing
liver case. Willi
IcwelM. The famous
Ladles' Watch Chain.
A double strand of best silk cord, united
at Intervals with colored beads t neat and
substantlil. Per IS lion heads and
rtalled free lor 0
lion hcade and a
celebrated " Inger-nil"
w.itcli . item-wound
and case, each
of ihe maker. Are-liable
large site and
seal -grain leather,
with Avo separate
a tuck pocket wlm
and Bap to hold visiting
Olven for 25 lion
heads from Lion
and a 2c. stamp.
Includina fancy frlngot border Mailed
free lor 23 lloalitads and a 2c stamp.
FEW OP Tim LION COFPCn PQBMiUMS. Another
Don't miss It I The grandest list ol premiums ever
72 Vorsua G7.
YiHiiTfuy alter n long j uinryon
thel.iilpy nnd plncil mm ol dng'e
b'Mmlnus, when llie decree 1 1 Me
had almost been B'gi,ed by the argl
ol disappointment, hope nnd n
catne to the heait ol Mis
Lzi Smith and the gave her heart
and hand to Mr. Thomas J. Keown In
imarilape. Mr k'n. u r ...... .1
-- ,.-- -- -......,, .n u ..i.iiv, u,
routcto'TTSmord The weather's be
iPicld & Sen's
ifix2&fHp:, . . '
to the counlyTclpitol , through a
process of n Bvmlle'ajiyalki
The county clerkbefng,a3r'eiyhap'.
py iu'd gtninl ginUunanff prtteDttd
the aged grum his 'Vpspeis'grolls,
stating that a man eugaged ln'fncl?'a
noble calling at such an'advanced age',
should not have to pay for license,' -
to. this kind act of bfcS$M&
Best Coffee for the Money
Try LION COFFEE nnd you will never use
These rings are
the makers to last
Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs.
Two extra One
tlons In the cor.
ners. Half inch
stylish and durable.
A pair ol
chiefs given for IS Hon heads cut from
Hon Colics wrappers and a 2c stamp.
Children's Picture Book.
Olven lor 10 lien
fias beads and a 2-cent
m large ges of slather
Illustrated aud with
cover. We have
different bnoki, so
you can get au assortment.
SM pages of
aoie coosiog receipts,
on the labor of the
room, and remedies
for the more com- hi
Mnn illuiMM f?
Olven lor IS lion
beads and 2-cent
blade 1 .
For II Hon brads and a 2c stamp.
list wlU IMPORTANT
1 Wlu writing tW
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
ITow To rind Oat.
Fill a battle or common glass with your
water and let It stand twenty-four hours, a
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
of the Kidneys;
If It stains
your linen It Is
evidence of kidney
frequent desire to
pass It or pain In
ths back is alsa
convincing proof that tho kidneys and bladder
are out of order.
What to So.
There Is comfort In tha knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
tho great kidney remedy fulfills every
wish In curing rheumatism, piln In the
back, kidnevs. liver. ,nj -.. ....
"t the urinary passage. It corrects Inability ' "
? "" ?,wa,e,r, a"1 ' dine P'n In passing
wine or beer, and overcomes that un0I.JM
n"sity of being compelled to ro often
SKSte TO "?"
BU"nB n nigni. The mild and the i
ordinary elfect of Swamp.Root Is
realized. It stands the hlohe in. it. .
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists In 50e. and$l sues.
You may have a sample bottle of thla
and a book that tells
.-.. t. L-i.
absolutely free bymalliiaai
address Dr. Kilmer U nom. ot Bwmp
V. A young. man, Allen by name, was
accidentally shot In the foot, at Nar-
rows. Saturday .sustaining a painful
wound. .Th'lSii'lvremalns In the
loot. whlle a
ling an oldjDlstol.f.il ?T
1'lsc il Court will convene Monday.
Quite a large crowSSwlfl be--In town-
on thi first day ofah'e first month of '
the year ol the lothjcentnry.
"Tnko time by the forelock." if
your Mood is out ol orderHiegln taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla at once end
prevt 1 1 serious Illness.
Mr. W. W. Austin an aged citizen
living near town died cf pneumonia
Tuesday. Mr. Austin was one oi the
oldest citizens of the community. Age
and its attending pVtfsical weakness
made him nn easy prey of the dread
disease. Within the past year the
wife of the deceased passed from
among the living. His remains were
laid to rest in Oik wocd cemetery.
any other. It Is absolutely pure
Coffee and nothing- but Coffee.
Ring. Genuine RobySetllng
Per 2S lien
genuine rolled-cold Plate, having the exact I
quamies oi soim soiu, ruu guniutcu 117
two rears wltU onlluarr usage. New
patterus and very popular,
I I I I I I I I I I I TO DETERMINE TI1E EIZE-
Cutaatrlpof thick poperio that the endi will
exactly meet when drawn tightly around lecood I
Joint of tho Anger. Lay one end on this diagram
at the 0, aud order tne Dumber the other end I
Art Picture, " Easter
Given fr S
lloa head', ct
treat Uan f
and a 2 eut
artlatlo td ' -e.
that will r -co
furnishes a n
contrast . ths i
little girl nd
her white E. it
er lines, h jc,
rorioiloa hcaiti w
and S Hi
will lead It u. njd ready for banging.
Por 8 lion heads and a 2c stamp.
American Ileautv Kntea ind Lillrtof.
the-Valley Size, ItxSl Inches, llrlght
and artlsuo coloring.
The Dancing Leson."a
The greon grass and trees, the little
brown kitten and the girl's snow whit
dress form a pleasing cotnaluatlon of col
ora. Site. 13 x 11 Incnes. flailed Irse ler
S lien heads and a 2-cat stamp.
MtiJ your l(tr In tb mm ovUao w
fMICsUff WIIQ D UeHI Rf 4VU II mOTf instil I HV HVtM tSTW , JTOM (W
mvi pottsir by trltsTinlag dwa th Margin. Aik your grocr for terg
luiuuiiwa pfmmin uu Avarv u tciicr m turn
WOOLSOM SHOE OO., ToSaOm, Oi