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v . 97. HOPKTNSVILLE, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY. DKCEMHKR 0. 192. TWICE A. AVEEK AT $2 A YEAJK.
HH PDH HBIT FHIDAT.
CREAT DOLL SALE.-
THOUSANDS OF DOLLS
ol every size,shape,age, color and
condition of sorvitu.de".
now wo arc
The Presents You Want
The Piice You Like,
Our line jnoludes
O HEN A,
and all kinds of
iy'sm Now is
ill js ed irae'
The entire line of samples of one of the
largest manufacturers in Germany closed
out by us at less than half the cost to import.
M- SEE OUR Ml OW
Next Friday at 7:30 a. m.
"We offer at less than ever known before.
Oh, What a Snap!
It's a poifcet" World's Faii'cf Dolls you
never saw such a quant uy or jtuoh wonderful
variety in a'l your life-
WIN DO V TO .VOJtHO IF.
ft, nn THE LAND OF SUNSHINE.
I nni in a v
lUaUiaW HB lit
& ' SflOM
A Unlqua Country Where The. Skies
Aro Almost Never Clouded, While
The Air Is Cool And Uraclng,
Like t'erpelual Spring
As un aiiiiiii.ilniis voulli rn iomiii,
b itimi of lint Tmi t llmt lliuio one
1114) in ,lrn kllllllller llC.ll till I04S limn
wlnleidilil, ..N'cvv Mcileii U loplill)
ltri'oiultit lumoiu. Arini;lii
lliruuliiiiii iic lorilnry 5,000
fiol in iilllliKli; nliuo nml
uli:tt.Hlfil7itl li tl r ulr ol
in luliUuiuiiii'i U'liialiiHat t.
tniiiliiitulilo 'legivn tliruttgh llio
ilnj, jihI ut til v; tit l)L'ci)iin!i liivattalily
In UL anil bracing. Tlio euiiililuo in
uliiiott uiiitlHiii, u'l tlic iiiott vlulunl
uxurllou may Ijo
tvlllKiiitludi' arllstrusrtl toil.
nu aliMilntcIv inikiiuw u tliuiu. It I.
xii In ml Tor n htnniiior uutin.
Its (iinidlois jhoici IlK'il l)j rcptitablo
ili) tloiun. as it .puciliului jiuliiiuiiatj
oiiiiipUliiU, u i ill tlio liK'illcllial JIol
Spiliiaiit f.:t Vt''as hid noicil lor
Omit' Liirutive virtue. Tlio must
IIMIlllHIIIN lllilll III lllll WUMt, tlio
Mnit(zunirt, is localcil itt tlir.e
.pilnl. U'tllo to .Inn. J. llyrnu,
T2.I Miinuihiock lllout, Chicago, Tor
tliu ''l.mul of Suiiiliriitf," un unioi
it ami iii'oliiioly lllinlialnl book
lUiuilp'Uu of tliU icfflon, Oio jiio.I
iioiiiii'hiiio nml luiiioiuio in l lie
ItT.ryboily Is L'arloas.
"Do you kuow that curlo.lty Is a
powr tlmt enn overcome, almost
mIiI a BL Lottie business limn
recently. "About two weclcn ntfo I lind
thofruntof tny place freshly piloted.
To lieou the publlo away from the walls
I bad tho pnlnters post up algua reading1
'Fresh l'ulnt ercry ter fatL Tlio last
slffn had no soonor boon put up than
along came a wollilrcsscd man who np.
penriil from Ills slow walk to have
nothing In particular to da Ho read
tho sign nud then dellborutcly walked
up to tho wall nml rubbed hU fin go r
against It to sao II the sign was not misleading
htm. Butlaflod with tho Inspection,
ho curelesly.auntcrd away. Ou(
ot the nest llfty people that passed
forty touched tho paint, leaving u
In ercry ImUuec. Ilynlglit
tho wull lookoil wurso than It liad
before tho paint was applied. The
signs cott mo exactly twenty-live dollars,
us that Is what I paid for tha
painting, Determined to get of
tho public, I hud thownll rup.ilnted but
did not put up tho signs aunouttclng
tnatlsct. A a eouscrjuenco titer was
not a (Inger-mark on tlio wulL" St.
A sou of Mr. M. D, n mor
chant of Qibrultur, N. 0., m no
ofllioloil with rhutiniatimi) fur h
year or uioro as (o bo uuublo to work
or j,'0 (Odchool, Ills fntlior coihIiuIchI
to try Clinmhorlolu'a I'utu I3alm oil
tho boy, It booh ciirixl lilm nml ho
linn hlneo snlkoii ono ami n liulf nil lea
to Bchool otul buck every school tiny.
50 cont bolllos for vain by Dlitkenioro
A UOVtn'S FANCY.
The nllhtird brown leaves ll
In clusters bchnnlh her feet!
The were rIai) to fails and die
To make her pathway aweoti
Anil Ptoh fl itfo vt .now
In amorous louirltiii .cls
To well away In lha Rluw
01 her wnrio anil crluwm etvtkJ,
And Oil rajs ot the netting tun
Steal ninety Mlllon mite
To catch a tight ot ono
Of hor rreix brilliant smiles)
And tlio Mars or evening flfthl
Tn ti llrl to itrrct lif r light
, With, feeble twIllKhl r.r
And the Ulill old firth rolls oa
With n (low and Heady Rail,
And his solemn mind upon
Ills col and prriloin freight
No under he set mH afraid
To aster the comet racet
Ho l bearln a queenly tnald
Through the duty notlins of spies.
-Harry IComalne. In Hew England Mas atlne.
STKUCK BY AN ICEBERG.
Oast Adrift lu nn Opon Hoot In
tho South Soon.
"lly dcml recltonlng," said CnpL
of tho Dolilcn Ilnglc, rising from
tho study of tho (hart, which had lain
ojwii on tho cabin tnble between us for
fcomo tlmo "br dead reckoning that Is
ubotitnur position." nnd ho Indicated it
spot lupresciitingMomclhing like JHty
miles south ol L'npo Horn "How is the
"bteady since noon.""I renllcib
"Then we have i.cen the worst of the
gale," ho mtded. "Lot us eo on deck,
Under fed canvas, the Uolden
nalo was runnlug before a florro westerly
gulo. The miirkr light wns
by frequent snow squalls.
The natet, like furnished wolves,
leaped on our ship's quarters as though
tuny would claim thoir prvys hut she,
liko a living thing, plunged Into the
holtonp, throwing olf her foes, nnd
rising on tho forward wavo (lew on
All hands were on deck, nud a sharp
lookout was Itopt, for n moment's
under circumstances audi as
these, might mean Instant destruction
Altout midnight a tremendous squall
struck the ship, and I thought for a
moment that she was on htr beam
i tids; bnt she recovered herself, and
ro.o to a less perilous Inclination.
"All hands Miortcn sail'" cried the
The seamen utrugglod nloft through
tlio u in. i. swept HiroiulK, but the squall
swept to leeward, and u crj of ulnrin
rone from the lookout nt the bow:
i ran iorard, and there, like nu
awfiil specter, towered above us a huge
"Ico right nhend!" 1 shouted, lis I fled
Tho Jins groaned under out
united clTorts. The sailors nloft abandoned
their work and camo hurrying
to the deck. I knew, ns they knew,
that our ship was doun.ed, yet knowing
It and realizing lu touai degreo all that
our terrible position invuhed, every
man wns ready to meet death resolutely
nnd perfect dUctpllno was main
"Stand by tho braces!" tho captnlo
lleforo the men could oloy tho order
another cry arose.
"LiHikoutt she's into It!"
And tho (lolden Kaglc, rising on the
crest of a wave, dashed headlong Into
the Iceberg. The Impact was torrlflc.
Tho three topmasts mapped short off.
An Immense block ot Ico fell on the
bow, crushing tho Into
Amid the mar of the wind and sea,
tho rending of spars and tho cries ol
injied seamen, Capt llurton's voice
"Clear an ay the boats!"
Tkoif! was a gallant effort in ado tc
obey tho order, The port lifeboat waj
cut adrift and turned upon her keel,
but thn ship gavu a violent roll, and
men nnd boat fell to leeward In a confused
The next moment the t) olden Eagle
trembled Inmeatli our feet, and, without
further warning, sank beneath the
dark waters oft bleak Cape Horn.
1 went down with the ship, con
scions only of tho cries of the seamen,
which rang fearfully In tny cars. My
next hensatlou was ono of deadly chill,
us I ruse to tho surface, amid the
tumult of tho wind and sea.
Tho leoberg was Invisible, owing to
the flying spray nnd snow, nnd the
night was so dark that nothing could
be distinguished a few feet away.
lly boots ami heavy clothes were
saturated, and tho numbness of my
hands told me that I could not remain
alloat much longer.
Something largo nnd black loomed
alongside out of the snow-squall, and
Instinctively I graspoil at It. It wai
thogunnaln of tho released lifeboat
Several men vyero clinging to It, and
succeeded In removing their sea-boots.
and weru bulling tho water out.
As she rose, wo hcratnbled aboard,
and, finding ourselvos Hearing the
lierg, wo toro up tho bottom' boards,
whiih no used as ours, nnd managed tc
Wo wore evidently uow under the
leo of tho borg, and, therefore, In comparatively
Wo mannged to keep the boat from
drifting out to sou again, nud, having
dune nil that was possible under the
circumstances, we awaited tha dawn.
' It cumo at length n sickly gleam
across the wild waste of waters. There
was nu Joy In it no warmth, no comfort;
yet wo were thankful for 1L It
Then wo looked nt ono nnotlftr the
captain, myself, the second inito ami
Ihreii seamen) in all, blv dated and
halt-frozen wretches, lmtcly dolivered
from tho Jus of death, wIiomj facci
had grown prematurely old during that
Of the (lolden Knglo nnd tho rest ol
her croiv, not n vestige, remained. On!
of a U lp'4 company of twenty-six, all
told, twenty had petishvd when our
gallant ship met her doom. '
Our present position was serious,
lleforo us tho vast iceberg, piercing the
elouds. Us pinnacled summits touched
With tho cold ll.'llt of returning day)
astern, a waste of witters, teething like,
a caldron, in which no bout could live.
As tho (lay advanced the galu abated,
but tho sea ocntinued to run so high
that ware compelled to remain clone
under tho berg till tho following morning.
Wo managed to get nomo sleep, by
taking It In turns to keep tha bout lu
Ukafa position, utid at daybreak wn
were able to put lata nloro open water,
tho sea being calmer. Our ono hope
was that wo might sight a passlug
The second mate was standing on
athwart, anxiously Rcarching, with
straining eyes, ucrota tho gray waters.
Huihlenlr he threw hU arm up and
shouted, In wild excitement:
"A sail I A sail!"
Tlio cry sent the blood coursing
through our veins onco more, as wo
followed tho direction of Ills gnrc, and
saw, towards the northeast, tho welcome
Our first sensation of joy was soon
followed by anxious douhlrf. Our Hvcu
depended on the course she was steering,
nnd of tliut wo must remain lu Ignorance
for soma time.
If she proved to be cWvhauled, sho
would bear down on us In a few hours;
but If her course was northward wo
wero doomed men.
"What Is she?" asked tho captain.
"Homeward boundl" cried ono,
"N'd; I ran sco her head-sails!" said
Mio was standing towards the berg
of that there could bo no doubt and
our hcurts were lifted up again. Suddenly
her darkened, whllo
those forward still shono white.
"Mho has Inched I Wo are lut!"
She had come as ctoso to tho berg ns
was prudent, and was now standing
uway on tho opposite tack,
"Now, men, Ictus make n last effort
for our lives'." cried the captain, taking
oil his coat and'jumplng on athwart
and waving It as a signal of distrcsi.
Wo all shouted till our voices failed
us, but tho vessel kept her course and
snnk below tho horizon, nnd wo were
nlono again on tho sullen sea. i
Wo all sank Into tho boat,, crushed
nnd hopeless. This bitter disappoint
ment, coupled with our long exposure
to cold and wet and tho want of food,
quite unmanned us. Jt turned mo sick
nnd faint My head swam, as though
the boat were in the vortex ot & whirlpool,
and 1 snooned uway.
Wlion I recovered consciousness I
awnrc, from the motion of our
boat, that we w era In comparatively
A few stars cro visible, nnd I could
sco tlio outlines of my companions huddled
together in tho stern. Their list,
less conversation readied me, and they
were talking of our probable position,
which was suppoxpil U be mjiiiuw here
near the South .Shetland island, u bar
reji rock lying quito'outof tha track ol
They talked like men resigned to
their fate 'J hey had abandoned all
hope and considered themsrlvcsdoomed.
Just before diiwu it cold sea fog set
tled upon us. aiaklug our position oven'
more miserable than before. f
When tlu dawn appeared there nerCj
indications of n clear hky ami ulieni
the suit rote ttu fog lulled uwav like it!
curtain. To us the effect was like, that
oi a sugo for every man
staggered siinultaiieou.ly to his feel
nud stared with Incredulous cyei at the
, eight lie fore him. I um certain that
for a bceutid or so wo all thought we
Itiglit ahead ot us lay a largo brig,
her foretopmust, maintop galtanlmust
and jib-boom carried nwuy, nnd the
wreckage still floating alongside.
"Ilrlg ahoy'" shouted Capt. Ilurton
but there was no response
Again and ngnlti ho shouted, while
wo, with suddenly revived cueiglcs
worked the boat alongside.
No sound ot sign nf life came to ns,
mil she was evidently abandoned. Site '
proved to bo an Italian brig, ladec
with coal, but with both her hatchet
Our first care w us to sound
Thcro were four
llof and joy, Tito food, ho lnueli need' i
Highest of all In Leavening Power. -Latest O. S. Gov't Report
The log-book showed thnt the brig
wus bound from Cardiff to Valp iralso,
and we afterward learned that the
crew had been picked up by tho vessel
wo had sighted
Next day wo succeeded in oleuring
tho pumps. The wind freshened Into
another gale, but by careful seamanship
we weathered It without much
further damage, and had tho satUf
of bringing the brig to our destination
The Milvngc money camo toupietty
good sum, which, when it was dlrided,
compensated in some mcasma for the
hardships wo had endured owing to the
loss of our lino ship, the (lolden Eagle.
J.-A. Hlggluson, in Ooldcn Days.
A l'Mtent frutii an Accident.
Tho nccldontal origin of what may
yet become u useful patent came under
notice ufevv days ugo. A cashier In s
down-town restaurant had returned
from his vacation, and had on his holiday
run a thorn Into tha palm of his
right hunil. Tho wound caused him
considerable puin, to alleviate which ho
put n rubber band nrnimd his hand,
which held in place a moistened
sponge. "That's a clever Idea," remarked
a westerner, "for moistening
your fingers when counting bills.
Where do you buy them?" The cashier
explained what tho reat use of tha
band nnd sponge w u. "Do you mean
to say that thing Is not pttcn(ed?"
asked the man, nnd lenrning that it
was noL expressed Ids Intention of taking
out ii patent ut once. The cashier,
however, told tho tule to n New York
man, w ho promptly hurried off and had
a strap um! buckle made, to which U
attached a cup containing a sponge.
The whole can csirrlnd
on the hand. nml. In fuliiio, uiihiers
wlsliln;' to tin Ir llivci tips
huvo only t eiosu the liniiil. Tin. Saw
York muii got tho patent JJ Y Tribune
hp.ilu, ui n rouiitn . is .till lei ril.ly
hack ward in ni.UU'ri of Kiuitation, I ut
it has prigic"""cl somen hut during tlio
lat coiitui.v nud u half. In tin ve.ir
100 the cleunPig nf the streets of
Madrid was actually forbidden, the,
physicians f tlio city being of opinion
that the tilth was wholesome and the
lanovutlin in v
8CIENCE AND INDUSTKY.
In BIO the property of tho Roman
Catholics in this couutry amounted to
t9,SSa,;&'j. which In I89U had Increased
to ill.8SI,51l). Tho Methodists hold
tho lurgest total, viz., tm,01S,070,
whllo the are tho richest
In proportion to their moiiiKrshlu.
The people my that tho
rating of pork Is tho fruitful cause of
tcrofulous diseases, not to sneak of tho
I lendly trichina. Hut an eminent
welLI'iIcIan ilcclutes thutof all the races In
feet of water in the I the world the Xorth American Indlims
hold, The pumps were choked, nnd v , iro the most allllotcd with scrofula,
w ro povv crlcss, therefore, to keep hei though they eat very little pork.
tif oat. Her had aban
A nnUanccr Cague has Won
doned her In a panic, for we found iu,i i h.j i, ,.., v.t
Altiuin 'i 111 ,1 1 u
ton i' rte I
clothes in the forccuatlo and ample ccU menn, , tMevUlx h'tlm,nly lrom ?or ,,.!
on I Dno of Its tnost dreadful Kl- gTerapt'ti
After meal rnd nwelcomr
exchange of our wet clothes for dry
we returned to tho well, and found the
water In the hold had not Increased lu
"I do not bollevo tdto Is leaking. The
water must havo gona down through
tho hatches," Capt. Ilurton said
And this proved to bo the case
You may Imagiuo our feelings of
nnnclal aid Is nsked from the public.
snd pathologists, clinicians,
mictubiologUt), veterinary j
tttloncrs and oron gcograplcal I
crsnro cxpocted to co-operate In tho i
Dr. (Irano. country physician In
Spain, according to foreign papers, has
! discovered a ouro for diphtheria
rO' 1 1, .ln,na nam,, ntl. Tlin IMAitt. f
nIC.lH 1 a,...1m lHlflMuln.1 In flirt
cil. and the of clothes, added '
change U,c ,.," i i n. druua at court a
this new hopo of escape, tevtied out. '
ew , UIW1 .rhe hvlclau has been
energies, una we set to work tocln.r inTUcd to CN,,,ttiu W. Vcmedy to the'
the wreckage and t Ig up a Jury Mailr,(. Aci.u'etnv of MBdWn,
mast and jib-boom. !,., . ..
The hatches wero secured against -The (lermsus are trying the
nccldcnts. nnd before night set numtof Introducing coolie labor inU
la wo had shaped a course for the Lasl lhy recently laudoiUOO
laud Islands. . Chinese coolie at Tunga, whence thoy
wero taken some distance Inland to the
cotton and plantations at Lewa
and Duincrp. This experiment may
prove a disastrous fillilr, as Ills not ill
all certain thnt th- ( i nee can thrive
under tlio utif.tvunib o condition they
will meet In cqiintorlil Afrleu.
A sclentlllc writer snv'H that If people
on the star have telescopes
powerful enough to di.lliiguUh object
on this plauut, nud looking at It now,
they ure witnessing the destruction of
Jerusalem, which took place over 1,800
years ago. Of coursv, the roasou of this
Is tlmt the lUht which the world reflects,
traveling as It docs, at the rate
of lVJ.OOO miles per second, would taku
Over eighteen centuries to reach tho
nearest tKcd star.
A boy's coiupcsltion on hens read
as follows: "Hun's Is curious animal.
They don't hav no nose, nor no teeth,
nor no ears. They swallow tiudr vlttlcs
whole, uud chew it up In tholr crops
of tlioin. The outslda ot horia Is
generally put Into pillars and feather
dusters Th InslJe of a heo to sometimes
filled up with marbles and shirt
buttons, nud sich. A hen U very much
smaller Uian a good muy other animals,
but they will dig up mora tomato
plants than anthln( that ain't a heo.''
According to the Medical Record
yawning Is by no means a useless act,
for It often cures catarrh and other af
fection of the throat. In many ca-n-4
giving relief. It produce
a rotntderiiblc' distention of the muscles
of the ph irynx. cun.Ututtng s kind of
i,v. nnd under thlv Influence the
cart! higlnoiis porll mi of the eunUohlau
tuW expellng Into the
pharynx tin- iuucm.,1 e there eolloeted.
t M. .Saenell, yawning is
the l.i i i
by the e
r II ne
laiiti t I '
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fin- ntfwtioiH of
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ii tl jr. t u i.n
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value ' t .,rivloo iiliuiui y
I u 18 Jl we honl to oiler
countries 2,!l')a.t7i),TUI pun Uof cottiin,
worth -'37 million dollars, fin, exports
tn 15JJ row to J.'JJlJIU.Slt pounds,
while the vulua fell to '-US uiillloo dollars.
That Is to say,, wo export 43
million pound, more of cotton and got
for It utxmt !0 million lea dollars.
The titimber of rolcanlo vents still
existing was iWe 1 by Humboldt ut 4JT,
of which 1 have been nctlro within
tho list century; it li.i. since, however,
been ultimate. I ("lat the Indian Archipelago
ill. ine uontiliis imiru than two.
The most active voIc.iiiim known are
those mi tha Island of Htro lib ill, lu the
Mediterranean, ut Saug.tr, in l'wu, and
Mount l.tun. for mor. than 1,000
years the Mrombill raou ibiltt his
lavneovjstantly; the one In I'era
has bven throwing out nuj nf cinders,
utteuded bv turrlfl espliMlnns,
Wo invite you to look
ar.i, and rl.ui hs a reoord of
ons since the sixth century.
IV list Mil .11 lilrl. IV III HW,
A pretty HfteruiMiu fruuk rtvcully Imported
inuy Ihj auggvstlvu to smiiehiHty,
It is of cashmere, mxii
with u plain skirt nud a shurt bctlct
is ornamented with
pearl bnttons nnd opens overs full veil
of cirum guipure Incn, eon tided bv I
nariovr belt of cushiticrv
In silk. The collar and rvvufs uIm
embroidered, slid the deep cuffs, which
arc covered with guipure lace, ur
headed by an em onildervd U1111I l'lib
dress', suitably for n girl of" thirteen
A simple little frock for "eUI.I ol
seven Is of pale Ii 1 11 U'iiuih
the yolk and cuffs prettily Vt un
the full bodice e. inlliuil ntj !' in
a band brlhbou, fastened wiu u . .
lino of these goods, of which we have a
full stock of sizes and styles, - at prices
which arc less than you can make them
Chemisb - from 25o to $1 50
Drawers - from26oto 1 25
Shirts - from 50o to 1 50
Gowns - fromSOoto 1 60
W DHD'T'C We handle tlie celebrated "HSiiase" TJT A IkTlTfPC
mhi m, WW Lap Robes and the WH m 1 II Iml HL m I
aaHaaaa..........H....H.HHHHlHMHB H I I flB H ..H ..V. H M H (H H A
Arc coming in and the bargains wc can offer
our customers nrc simply marvelous.
Wo went to New Yor especially to attend
some large forced sJllcs and the "lied
Flag and Auctioneer's hammer" fairly pulverized
values. According to our custom
when we strike a good thing to divide it
with our customers, we have marked these
goods t a small advance above cost.
We haven't the time to give a list of these
goods and prices, we are getting ready to
move, but look out when we get into our
new building, we are going to give old Hop-town
such a shaking up as she never had
Watch for the date and come to see us
in our now quarters, corner Main and Tenth
Sts., next door to J. P. Pyle's grocery, diagonally
across from Forbes & Bro.,and directly
opposite the old Hipkins livery stable
J. I. M1EBSQI &
I have decided to move my stock to the
OLD BUSH STAND,
(Next door to C. M. Latham)
On January 1st, 1893; and
My stocK is too large to mover roadily;
Therefore be it HESOLVED, thot Hie
following remarKablc prices shall be in
effect for the next thirty days, or so long
as the goods shnil last.
50 pairs Hooker's Boots, regular price $6 00, removal price .$4 99
40 pairs "Emerson" Shoes, regular price 6 00, removal price 4 99
24 pairs "Emerson" Shoes, regular price 6 00, removal price
5 pairs "Emerson" Shoes, regular price 4 50, removal price
7 pairs ''Emerson" Shoes, regular price 3 00, removal price
12 pairs Emerson" Shoes, regular price
5 pairs Dongola Shoes, regular prsce
7 pairs Dongola ... ShoeB, regular price
20 pairs Calf Oong. Shoes, regular prioe
3 00, removal price . 2 24
4 00, removal price 2 99
3 00, removal price
2 50, removal price
24prs. Ladies' Shoes. Bolton, rpg. price 5 00, renewal price
150" Ladies' Shoes, Bolton, reg. prion 4 00, removal price
100 ' Ladies' fcjhoes, Bolton, reg. price 3 50, removal prioe
60 pra. Ladies' Shoes, Bolton, reg. pri9e 3 00, removal price
36prs. Ladies' Shoes Bolton, reg. prioe 2 50, removal price
Big lot Ladies shoes Hookers, reg. price 2 50, removal price
Big lot Ladies' shoes Steven's, ret;, price 2 50, removal price
36 nr. Ladies' turn shoes " reg. price 3 00, removal prioe
27 prs. Old Ladles Dongolas, reg. prioe 1 50, removal price
15 prs. Ladies' uengoia snoes, reg. price l ou, removal prioe
31 prs. Misses heel and spring, reg, price 2 00, removal price
16 prs. Misses heeltnd spring, reg. price
Sohool Bhoes in kid arid grain, reg. prioe
School shoes in kid and grain, reg. prion
Men's farm shoes full stock regular price
1 25. removal prioe
i 35, removal price
8c, removal price
1 25, removal price
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