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LIVING ON HiS WIG.
A Itojretoil Lover's l.ilftt Assets I'm VC? to
ltd Highly \? silulile.
A well-known sporting iiinn was toll?
ing a group of friends rocoeMy of lllO
strange people lib bail encountered lato
at night in tho stroots whon the ordin?
ary routine of lifo seems to ho reversed.
"Tho strangest of thorn till," said ho,
"'was littlo Hilly Sprogue. billy was
tbo funniest littlo ehaj) you over saw.
Uo weighed not less than two hundred
pounds, al I hough ho was scarcely Ilvo
feet high. Literally, be was almost as
broad as lie was long. His face.cortain
ly was wider than its length. The most
singular effect was caused by tin' fact
that billy had not n single wisp of hair
on either his head or face not ovi u an
fyelash. or e\ohrow. lie \\:is awfully
sensitive about his not having any hair,
but couldn't-seem to gel used to wear
ing a wig. Ills pale was like an exag?
gerated billiard hall, and Hilly used to
?say the wig made him want to scratch [
tit all the time.
??When ho was about Lwonty-flveyears
old Hilly fell in love with a pretty girl
who worked in a big candy store in
Sixth avenue, and he straightway scr,
out to win hor. lie went, to the host
wig-maker in town and had a line brown
??urly wig made. It cost u heap of
money, but Hilly would have it. Ho
paid diligent court to the girl, who
toyed with him awhile and then sent
hi in about his business. Hilly look it
Rorcly to heart and began to drink
heavily. In a short lime he had spent
nil his money, and lost, his situation,
and was very much of a loafer. The
only valuable thing ho had left was his
-wig. Finally, he could not. got. along
without his liquor, and liquor In- could
not, got without money.
"One night, Hilly started a beautiful
?eherne for getting all tho ruin he want- 1
?d. doing into a saloon ho confidon- :
tiaUy told the bar-koopor that he had j
no money to pay for a drink, but- that if .
lie wero supplied ho would leave his j
wig as security for its payment. Tho !
wig was taken and Hilly got his drink. I
"No bar-keeper could have doubted that
"this was good security after seeing IUI- I
ly's bnld head, (ioing out, Hilly strolled
to another saloon in which ho told a sad i
tale of having had his wig stolen. His
shining scalp was tho host kind of evi?
dence thathu needed a wig.aml everybody
felt sorry for him, he looked so forlorn.
Tho hat went around and Hilly raised
about, three dollars Tor another wig, be?
sides being asked to drink twice. Re?
turning to the first saloon Hilly redeem- j
?)d his wig and went his way rejoicing.
"By selecting his basis of operations
carefully Hilly lived for two years on j
that wig?lived too well, in fact, for at i
the end of that, time; he died on the I
island from an attack of delirium tro
tuens." N. V. Tribune.
Something AImiiiI Mitt sluititurcl oil King's
I-'iihI Trot lern,
.lohn !>. Rockefeller, the president of
tho Standard OH Company, -is quite well
known in Huffalo. lie is one of the
wealthiest men in the country; is nil en?
thusiastic, road-rider, and owns n iiuiiibor
( Of fast trotters.
Mr, Rockefeller is a man nhove the.
average height, dresses plainly and in
good taste, making no display of his
riches, and invariably wears a derby hat.
His heavy mustache, tinged with gray,
shows that Li mo has boon slipping
through his lingers while the millions*
were being recorded in his treasure
Jiou.sc>. H?ing modest and retiring, and
fond of homo lite, .lohn 1). Rockefeller
is seldom seen on the elub-llOUSO slops
at I'Moolwood I'ark. X. Y.. or in public
gatherings, and no one who meets that
unassuming and iir pert uhahle gentle?
man behind his favorite pair of blacks,
Midnight and Clash, both of which have
.-i record bettor than vh'JO, would Imagine
for a moment thai his resources gave
11iin more power than that enjoyed by
many it 1'hiropouu monarch, and that he
owes it all to his own energies. With ;??
lira in that condenses mountains to mole?
hills, a pereept ion thai reads (ho good
and had qualities of his associates tit
a glance, with a foresight thai con?
ceives anil ti will to act instantly and to
I ho point, .lohn I). Rockefeller has risen
from I he ranks to t he height that few
men dream of. much less reach. In his
comfortable stable on West Fifty-lifth
Street, two doors from the roof that shel?
ters Maud S. and Rams, John I). Rocke?
feller, during the spring and autumn
months, sees his equine pels in the pink
of health under the care oI Alex Mc?
Lean. Their box stalls, with their
agreeable-lookiug bedding of straw, con?
tain in addition to Flush and Midnight
the big brown man- Katie Clark, which
Mr. Rockefeller drove a mile to wagon
below'i:*JO. He uhso has 'Jlriflo, a fast
gelding, and did own Annie. W., 2:v!U,
until last fall, when he traded her for a
daughter of Mattle Hunter, Mr.
Rockefeller also breeds a few colls, and
has had his marcs in the court of Phal?
lus and Pancoast. John l>. Rockefeller's
friendship,like that of all retiring men,
wears well, time making tho bonds
stronger and adversity or success show?
ing its worth. All those who have been
associated with him are now million?
aires, and while his wealth is enormous,
bo uses it in works that will make his
name a fixture after the sentinel of life
lias made his last round.? Kulfahi Com?
?A portly gentleman was seated in
oneof tho Last River ferryboats t he ol her
day trying to light, a pipe, says the Xow
York Times. A streetarabof diminutive
size sat beside him and behind bis el?
bow, twisting up bis lips gently wafted
soft broe/.es that effectually extinguish?
ed tho matches that the portly gentle?
man continued to light. As match after
match wont out, the portly gentleman
got more exasperated and the small hoy,
effectually concealed by tbo largo pro?
portions of his neighbor, got, happier.
Tho gentleman looked around at last
nnd then there was an explosion. Hut
the small boy was a live small boy, and
ho vanished before any wrath could
reach him. _
?A use for flowers that was novel, if
not altogether new, was made on a train
at Jersvy City by a convict. JIo carried
b * huge bouquet in his hand ?o hide tho
Don** Let t!i? Sinn.f UtMH l*y Without
SinI; Ii-: Iii* (\t'i|imluS;?n?"f?
There is ti n little paid 1?< otic, for in
Stiincu ?C.AiJW.ifci ituMjtalt'cu. Whoro
can liu bo matched in tlin world for Ibo
pure luster of burnished gold? lie is
the brij:litest jrcill el fc:-.;c::ti".''v 1 lU'J? i
talll? flitter that t he whole beetle king- .
loin run show; ami yet who over sees ?
biin, even though in oik short, walk in
the country lane he may have passed
perhaps ten thousand of Ihciu a gold
mi no in i rut h?
In July tho Cnssida will he with us.
Hilt where, shall we look for him'.'
Wherever the pink-blossomed hind
WOUd blooms he also is sure to be round. \
This vine often clothes the stone walls
i?>r several yards hunouth its arrow- ',
shaped leaves. Those leaves nro goner
allj more or less perfnrntod with small
holes; and If ivoqulokly turn (hem one
by on.-. <>?.-. stooping, look" beneath them, i
v.e may surpriso I he tiny ereaI lire feed?
ing, and appearing like a drop <>f
moltoii gold, clinging like dow to the
leaf. l!ul you must be quick if you
would capture him, for he is nil in
a spanglud streak of glittor. Nor is
this golden sheen all the resource
of the little Insect; for in the space
of a few see.mils, as yen hold him in
your hand, he has become a milky, iri?
descent opal, ami now mother-of-pearl,
and filially crawls boforu you in a coal
of dull orange. A few of the beetles
kept in a box and supplied with leaves,
changing from gilt lo mother-of-pearl,
or dull coral, as the whim suits
thorn, aro an interesting study, ltcnciith
the bind weed leaves one may also find .
'numbers of small black larvto with a
singular black lattice held suspended
flat over their barba upon their forked
tails. These are the inconspicuous and
uncoutli grubs from which our golden j
beetles have sprung, and a little search :
among the leaves will also disclose the
tiny chrysalis suspended by its tail.
Don't let the summer pass without ;
making the acquaintance of the Cassi- 1
da. After tho 1st of July he. may bo
found until late autumn. You must see
him at home If you would soo him atall,
for tho dead insect loses all this won- i
drous lustre.-- William Hamilton Gib?
son, in Harper's Young People.
A BOY ON BOYS.
Unique I),-IImi i<m of tho DlflVi-etire Re- '
twecn "Oll??"and "Kid,."
"You say." said Mr. ilrown to his son
Jack, "that Mr. Perkins has a son in
your school. How old a boy is ho'.'"
"Oh, he's only a young kid, papa."
"A young kid! About how old is a
'young kid' now'.1' "
"About six or seven."
"What is a boy after be is dune being J
a 'young kid'.'" "
"Oll. I hen he rrota to lie a 'lilu.'"
"Whal after thill?"
! "Well, he's a 'kid* until he gets to be
about thirteen, and then he's a 'young
feller,' if he's pretty big."
??.None hut good-sized boys can lie
'young fellers.' oh?''
"No. sir. Then limy slay being young
fullers until l.hoy*ro about nineteen, and
I hon I hey're men."
"Indeed! I tu i. Iio-.v do you class Ihem
at tho other end of the lino*.' Are they
always 'young Kids' after they are
I "Oh, no, sir. First they're 'cubs.'
I Thoy don't ;,rot lo lie'young kids'until
i they got out of dresses."
I "Hut when," the father asked, grow
\ ing more and more curious, "when is a
boy supposed lo In-a ?lad'.' "
"JVedon't have any lads, nowadays,
sir. We read about 'em in hooks, hut
we don't have any. I'vu always wonder?
ed about how old a 'lad' was."
"Hut you have'hoys." surely'.'"
"Oh, yes. sir. They're all hoys, of
?oui-.se. until they gel to he men. Only
those aro the different kinds of boys." -
Yoiit h's ('om pan ion.
I !i r Cunsulai inn.
Neighbor (syinpathiziugly) 1 seeyor
house got a Uro last high).
Tidy Housekeeper (eheorfully) Yes.
"Hurned most down, didn't it."
(I I.rftilly) -"Yos."
?"N" yedidn'l licv no insurance, either,
(Cheerfully) "No." ?
"And you bandy escaped with your
j (Cheerfully) "Yes."
"Hain't gol no roof over yor heads,
"Aint'nulT of it left to be worth re
pairin, is iheroV"
(Cheerfully) "No hut (burstinginto
! tears! t hank Heaven thorn's enough loft
1 lo scrub." - Van Horn's Magazine.
Dni's Hot Water Injure tli*- Teeth?
The question is often asked: Does hot
water drinking injure the enamel of the
tooth? This old notion regarding hot
drinks and hot foods is one of the argu?
ments brought up against drinking hot
water before meals for indigestion. Hut
actual experiment, proves that heat and
sold have no effect upon the enamel of
Ihn teeth. A dentist who wanted tomako
sure, subjected teeth which had been ex?
tracted to the notion of water much hot?
ter than if could be drank, and then
j plunged them into ice-water without af
I feeling the enamel at all. Dr. J. II.
Kven In MId-Oeeaii.
Scene?A raft in mid-ocean. Dramatis
porsomu, a shipwrecked party that has \
been floating fur several days without,
food or water.
Shipwrecked Mariner?A sail. A
Woman l'assenger (reviving) ? Excuse
mo, but did yon say a sale.
Shipwrecked Mariner Yes, and not
Woman Passenger?What do tho bar- j
gains consist of'.' America.
Chicago MotH Kates.
Drummer?Soo here. 1 had a room
way up on the top floor and you charged
nao more than your rates for down-stairs
Chicago IIotolkeopor-N^orlalnly. Tho
mmmmmU^^IiI IP"* arn aliovoj ho smoke, ami
?GEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE.
?M iddlo-of-thc-day dinners are recom?
mended ill summer by medical men.
?Water whicli contuiiiH impurities
will (urn milky wliiiu when nitrate of |
silver is dissolved in it. If "chemically
pure*' (hero will be but a trilling discol?
?White Cuke.? Ono cup butter, two
cups sugar, one cup sweet milk, whiles
live eggs, threo cups Hour, two tea
spoonsful baking powder, flavor to laste.
? Ohl Homestead.
?It is the educated mother, who. In- ,
stead of listening to superstitious noil- |
sonso regarding tho management of her i
baby, buys tho works of the best physi- |
clans and learns tbo best they have to
Lemon .Icily. -One-half cup or white j
sugar, one tablespoonfuI sifted Hour,
one cup of cold water, yelk of one egg, j
butter size of hu/.ollttll, mix all logoth- i
?er and stir until it boils, and boil until j
Apple Toast Water. Toast a slice ]
of bread very brown and crumble into j
largo pieces. Mix these with two or
three baked apples and over them pour '
aqiiarl of boiling water. Sugar lotasto
I'ineapplendC' After removing Iho ?
skin oT a pinoapple. grate or chop it,
and sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Pour a quart of boiling water over it, j
and sweeten lo taste. St rain and set. oil
ice to chill before serving.
?Half-pay Pudding.?Throe ounces of
bread crumbs, two ounces of suet, one '
ounce of currants, onoouiice of Sultanas, '
one ounce of mixed peel, one dessert
spoonful of treacle, ono ounce of flour, i
one teacupful of milk, no egg; boil
three hours.?Good Housekeeping,
? Dish covers, if properly cleaned, add
much to tho general look of tho kitchen.
They should bo smeared over with a
paste composed of hartshorn powder and
cold wator: when the paste is dry the
covers should be. brushed with a plate
brush and then polished with dry
?To polish plate-glass and remove
slight scratches rub the surface gently,
first with a clean pad of fine cotton wool
and afterward with a similar pad cov- !
ered over with cotton velvet which has
been charged with fine rouge. The sur?
face will, under ihis treatment, acquire
a polish of great brilliancy, quite free
from any scratches.
?A practical house-keeper says if the
necessity of (Milting hot bread he im?
perative, the moist unpleasantness may
bo obviated by using a warm knife for
the purpose. The heating of the steel
prevents the chill which causes the sod?
den look so well known to those who
have been compelled to cut a warm loaf.
A napkin should be laid upon the. plate
upon which the slices are placed.
To destroy moths and other vermin:
Dissolve alum in hot water, making a
very strong solution: apply to furniture
or crevices In the wall with a paint
brush. This Is sum destruction to those
noxious vermin, and invaluable because
easily obtained, is perfectly safe to use,
and leaves no unpleasant traces belli nil.
When you suspect moths have lodged in
the borders or carpets, wet the edges of
the cur pots with a.strongsolution; when?
ever ii reaches them it is certain death.
? I los ton budget.
FACTS ABOUT DIAMONDS.
Tliry Differ Among riirmselvct, us Mars
l)lfl>r in (.lory.
There are diamonds and diamonds.
To tho average, reader It stands as
above; white diamonds and t hose that
are olT color. Hut lo the miner, sorter,
dealer, cutter and connoisseur there aro
diamonds and diamonds, and again dia?
monds and diamonds almost inlinitiim.
Beginning with the variouseelors with
which these morsels of carbon are tint?
ed, i here are to be found on Stile at. the
shops of dealers in tllOSO goods the fol?
lowing vnrioties: White, yellow, brown,
blue, black, green and pink. The tirst
meiitioned, whito, are tho most plenti?
ful, and al the same lime noxl to the
highest priced sort, and are the kind re?
ferred to. :e. a rule, when diamonds nro
spoken of. Tho prices are graded, al I
else being equal, in the following man?
ner, thO first being tllO cheapest: Yel?
low, brown, pink ami blue, while, blank
The yellow diamond is to he had in
many shades, from the faintest tinge
from steel while to a bountifully bril?
liant canary color. There are also two
shades of yellow, which mighl be de?
nominated side shades or colors; tho
greenish yellow and the brownish yel?
low, both of w hich are very beautiful.
The. white diamond is hard to describe
in regard to its shadings, and experts,
when questioned regarding the matter,
say: "One stone ia whiter than an?
other only hy comparison, and the differ?
ence is to bo seen only by placing them
side hy side." The brown diamond is
next, in the Hat. ami is to ho found in
varying shades from a more haziness to
a walnut wood color. Tho blue diamond
is blue, and not, as some might imag?
ine, simply a blue white. It also runs a
scale of shades, although not dipping so
deep as .some. The pink-tinted diamond
is a very beautiful stone, and is to bo
had in shades from the palest to rose
pink. The green diamond is an aqua
green, and also is multiple in shades.
The black diamond is left to the last
for description of color, because it has a
peculiarity not obtained hy any of tho
others. The range of shades exhibited
by these stones is not so extensive as in
tho previously mentioned. The black
diamonds aro till opaque, tho blacker
the SlOllO the greater the opacity, and
Ibis is an oddity whichiioothor diamond
The rarity of the several varieties of
diamonds Is about as follows, tho most
plentiful coming first: Yellow, white,
brown, blue, black-, green and pink. Tho
yellow diamond is to ho had of much
larger size than any kind excepting the
white. It is softer than any hut tho
brown, with which it stands on a level
in that respect. There Is a peculiarity
to hi' met with among tho groon dia?
monds, which is suggested by the men?
tion .'>f the yellow stone, und is Ibis:
Wblkjdinm uids often oxllll it a green.
jsh c.a^t. sq do the green i e111 rn I '.i
Younian's hats, known to all, at Cohn's; Stetsons' soft and stiff, at Culm's; Silyefman's
stiff and silk, at Cohn's* Melville soft and stiff, at Cohn's, and others too numerous
Double-breasted sack suits at Cohn's; double-breasted frock suits at Cohn's; single
breasted cutaway ' sacks at Cohn's; single-breasted cutaway frocks at Cohn's; Prince
Alberts and full-dress at Cohn's; short and stout suits for short men at Cohn's; extra
length suits for long men at Cohn's; extra large suits at Cohn's.
OVERCOATS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Separate pants all sizes and fabrics. Our fall underwear is now on sale. We carry
the American Hosier}- Company underwear, besides many other makes. Our neckwear,
hose, handkerchiefs, suspenders, etc., are far ahead of all, as usual. Our tailoring depart?
ment is on a boom. Don't wait too long to place your order. Save your time and money
by visiting our mammoth clothing establishment. You can find anything you want, any
price you want, and will certainly have no farther to go.
The Salem avenue clothier, tailor and furnisher, No. 44 Salem
avenue, Roanoke, Va. E. M. Dawson, Manager.
(1 HANI) OPENTNU SALE OK Till-:
J WythevUlo Development Company.
Sale will begin September SO, at 1
"tum (.km <>r Tin: ai.i.i:<;iiaxii:s ?"tiik
SAIIATOltA of TIIK Sol 1 11."
The county -eat of Wytho county,
which was awarded the diploma with
$500 premium at tho Virginia Imposi?
tion at Itiuhmond. in ISsX, in Minerals
and Woods. Population 1,000. Altitude
Wytlie County has two blast and fif?
teen charcoal iron furnaces, ami sev?
eral zinc ami lead f unices. WythevUlo
oiler- free'the best sites anil greatest
inducements to manufacturing indus?
tries of any city in the South. The
Wythevillc Development Company's
reserve fund for new industries alone
amounts lo$180.000. Wythevillc is the
centre of the riebest mineral region in
the South. Wythevillc exempts all
manufacturing industries from munic?
ipal taxation for ten years. Wythe?
vUlo lias beautiful and well-paved
I streets 00. 70 and '.?7 feet in width. Two
electric light plants and three water
systems. WythevUlo has the laist pub?
lic schools and tlie handsomest school
building in Virginia: has three female
colleges and two male aeadamies. Ow
. ing to its mineral waters, free to visit?
ors, which are highly curative for many
diseases, and its great altitude, it has
grown into a great, and fashionable
heal I h resort.
The WythevUlo Development Com?
pany will place on the market. Septem
lier HO, Min residence and business
lots of its property in the new West
Und Extension, lying between the
Wythevillc Cotton Mills and il.duck
son Park Hotel." on both of which work
hasjust begun. This property to be of?
fered for sale for the first lime. Septem?
ber HO, isthcmosl beautiful property in
WythevUlo, and will be priced at. very
reasonable figures in order to encour?
age investments. Investments in
Wythevillc real estate within the last
ninety days have bourne from Hid to .",(?1
per cent, to investors.
The Norfolk and Western railroad,
running from Norfolk to the West and
j Northwest, will have on sale at stations
on line and agencies in New England
special excursion round-trip tickets lo
; WythevUlo, good until October 31.
j For further particulars, apply to W.
j I,. YOST, president of the WythevUlo
I Development Company, Wythevillc, Vn
FIRST SALE OF LOTS
AT BUCHANAN, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29.
The CENTRAL LAND COMPANY of Ituohanan will receive up to I
o'clock I*. M.. Wednesday, October '.".?, 1800, applications for tho purchase of
lots plotted on its maps and priced in the schedule accompanying the same,
at the prices named in the schedule. Should there be but one application for
any bit. it will be sold to the party making such olfer. Should thoro bo more
than one oiler for the same lot it will be sohl at once to the highest bidder;
but no one will be permitted to bid on a given lot but those who had pro
\ loll sly made an olfer for the same.
Terms of Sale : One-third cash: balance in one ami two years with in?
terest si cured by deed of trust.
Maps, schedules, etc., will be ready for distribution <letobor0,and will ho
sent on application. Excursion tickets good fromOctolier 118 to 30 inclusive,
will be sold from all points. It is urged that in view of the lare number of
buyers thai will be present at the sale, those desiring to ova mine the proper I y
should do so before the day of the sale. No place in tho South offers superior
advantages to the investor, ihe manufacturer, or as a place for residence. It
is on two lines of railroad, the Chesapeake and Ohio and the Norfolk and
Western. (S. V. 11. K.i and the building of two others, the italtiuorc and Ohio
and Virginia Western seems well assured. It has competing coal; is within
easy distance of the New Itiver and Flat Top cokes: is at the gateway to the
magnificent deposits of iron ores of flu? Upper .lames: the limestone for the
Itoanoke furnace is mined here: it has glass sand, ami sand for silica brick
and foundry purposes at its very door, in a word is an ideal manufacturing
site. It, is in a healthy situation, amid the mountains, on the .lames Itiver
where it cuts across the Valley of Virginia, with a temperate climate fron
from the extreme heat of tho further South and the Severn winters of the
North. Over glT'i.OOO worth of buildings will bo under onsirucion tho day
of sale: streets graded, water works and sewerage provided for: electric light,
plant under construction: the finest hotel in Virginia building, manufacturing
plants going up, a $AO,000 Steel railroad and highway bridge being erected to
belt the town. Address .
CENTRAL LAND COMPANY OF BUCHANAN
The leading house In Southwest
We are now serving the celebrated
LYNN HAVEN BAY OYSTERS.
In every style?Fried, Stewed, Broiled,
etc.. and we make u specialty of
A First-Class Investment
We olfer tin- best security in the oil
and pay semi-annual dividends. As'
savings ban!,- this institution otic
special inducements. Faid up shad
B.">3 each. Installment sharcu ?1 p
month. Shares may be subforiliod f,
at any time. lor further InformntM
address Tie- People's Forpetual Lot
and Ituilding Association.
WM. F. WINCH.
See.'y and Treus.
Pooni c Tom* I? 11
f AIPPIA1I w* Moaffioft ?boes a
Vail 11U11 warranted, and every pi
hr.H Ii in name and price mumped oa botto
; W.m. F. llAKKU.
Wm. h. Mahki.kv.
In addition, we have, the finest
Pool and Billiard Parlor
in the State.
BAKER & MARKLEY, I Ladies' and Gents' Dining
' j Rooms up stairs.
Real Estate Agents, OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Have removed to 100 Salem avenue
S. w., Itoanoke, Virginia.
City prorcty, farms and mineral lands
sold Correspondence solicited.
A. L. (low.BY, President.
S. P. ?oki.kv, Vice President.
J. S. Simmons, Seo'y. and Treas.
Brick and Tile Works, I
Manufacturers of first-class Brick of j
all kinds, Including No. 1 Press Hrlck, |
Draining Tile, ?fcc. Works on West
Chas. J. Ormsby,
TheCitizens Bank of Roanoke
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson and
,T. H. LEVY, President, late cashier
Commercial Hank Koanoko, Va.
II M. Dickinson,
Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor
aliens, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our facilities for doing a
general banking business are equal to
any banking house In Virginia. Col?
lections a specialty and prompt remit?
tances made. Interest allowed on time
$3 SHOE QENTLEME
l ine Calf and Laced Waterproof Gri
Tho excellence and wearing qualities of this
cannot lie bettor nhown than by thcsUronff tnd<
nicrtaof Its thousands of constant wearers.
$e?.00 llennlnc Itnnd-aevred, an elegant
9 stvltsh iir.'M sho,i which commend" II
S A .00 Iland-HPwcd Welt. A One calf
*tf unequalled, for Ma-Io aad durability.
**(.SO IJoodyear Welt In tho standard i
Shoe, at a popular price.
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<?? for railm?.l men, farmers, etc /?
All mado In Congress, Itutton and Lace. [
hav . been moat favorably received alnoe Intro,
md tha recent Improvements main them sui
to any shoos sold at these, prices.
Ask your Doaler, ar.,1 If Le cannot supply yon
alrect to factory enclosing ndn>rtl*xl price,
postal for order blanks.
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