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3 ..,Sepmber 6. 1890
Mrs. A. M. Timms is putting up
a new fence around ber premises.
-Fred Steele has a pumpkin which
measures over four feet in circumfer
-The saiprise party at Mr. W. H.
Kerr's residence .on Thursday night
was a great success.
-The Steam Fire :Engine Company
held its regular monthly meeting on
Thursday night in the Town Hall.
-Messrs. McMaster, Brice & Ketchin
are making some improvements in their
store, putting a neat coat of paint here
and there and remodeling their shelves.
-The B. P. U. had better lookout or
there will be a funeral shortly. Some
of the old ones are said to be making
prodigious efforts to hand in their
-The County Democratic Execu
tive Committee held a meeting in the
Town Hall on Thursday. The com
-ti cided to postpone the primary
that the negroes
Leld a large
meeting on Thursday. 1is thought
that it was to discuss politi 3.bont
two hundred were present.
NoTICE.-A meeting of the Demo
cratic Executive Committee of Fair
field County is hereby called.for Satur
day 13th inst. Jo. W. LYLES.
NEW CLERKS AND CSANGES.--J. M.
11ardin is now with F. M. Clarke;
J. G. Wollack at Q. D. Williford &
Co.'s; A.L. Porter at J. M. Beaty &
Bro.'s; T. B. M. Cathcart at Caldwell
& Ruff's; W. M. Cathcart with R. T.
- Latthews; E. W. Hanahan in the post
office; Willie Boyd at S. S. Wolfe's;
John Desportes with U. G. besportes.
ACCIDFNTLY SRoT.-A negro man
nfamed Tony Tarner, living on Mr.
W. R. Dot)'s Weston place, shot him
self on ThurEday evening while care
lessly handling a loaded gun. Tony
undertook to put. a double-barrel shot
gun into his house by holding it by the
muzzle and thrusting it into the door.
The hammer rtruck The door sill which
caused the gun to explod, emptying
the contents into his body. The wound
is considered very serious. He will
RELicIoUS SERVICEs.-Services will
be held iu the following churches on
~ St. Jalue-Divine service, with
n ot the Holy Communion,
11 a. mn., by the Bishop, of the
Diocese, assisted..by Rev. Mr. Joyner.
Also at 5.30 p. mn.
*Methodist-11 a. mn. and $30O p. in.,
Eb 1ev. R. Herbert Jones.
* pit641 a. mn. and-8.15- p. m.,by1
.. *;/ssefteReIntd Presbyerian
11 a. mn., by Rev. J. M. Todd.
PERSonL.-Mrs. Dr. Center, an
her daughter, Mrs. Reid, of B.'uwell,
---; Lle~ To Mr. J1. N.
Mr. John D. Sanders, of CI:ester,
was in town Friday.
MXr. Tlhos. A. McGill, of~ Chester
county, paidl the lloro a visit Thurs
Mrs. G. 11. McMaster and family
ret:1 ,a d tr43m Mr.rs Buff nF iy
M *e. F. 31. (.hail:e rto n,ia; d home i
fromn Rlidge Spring Frid:ay . I
lt.I'risali!a K.eite.hin' ret un:aeul from
CharIot -e. N. (G, una Friday.
N. C . arrived in ton i. on F. iday. Mir.
Cur:oua wili open his < filke at hais ol
p!ac& and' is prep.ard to bid the top for~
.\diss N. Y. .Jeflit-e, oft tlhimnre, is
no with Q. D. Wiliurd & Co., aand
wvii lhave charge of the ir elega1nt il!li
- n1 -ryepartmn'a. t
Col. Williamn Johnmson, of Charlotte.,
N. C.. is in townm.
Mr. W. A S:mder.;, of the Chester
bar, is inl to.vn 0on professiona1t ba
Mr. J. G. McNaity, of Yorisville,
was in town on Friday.
Mr. A. R1. Pettigre w, of Ba istol,
Teun., is visiting his brother, Mr.
Butler Pcitigrew. Mr. Pettigre w left
this county in 1872. lie says that he
is very much pleased with Tennessee,
but enjoys a trip to his old home and
his old friends. We trust his stay will
0e a pleasant one.
Dignity of Hum~ian Nature.
"I do not dream," said William E.
Channing, "when I speak of the Mli
vine, capacities of human nature.. It
was'a real page in which I read of
patriots and martyrs-of Fenelon and
Howard, of Hlamden and Washington.",
The dignity of human nature should
make us all guardians of the vivifying
spark, even if the law of self-preser
vation were not strongly implanted in
everyone's breast. This, then, is why,
especially in malarial districts, no
Americin home should be without a
bottle of Dr. Westmnoreland's Calisaya
Tonic. In its formula are concen
trated the revealed remedies that re
search has discovered to the student
world of medicine. To the depressed,
enervated and debilitated, and those
suffering from chronic ailments and
blood affections, it is the boon of the
age. It can be had from your drug
gist. Wholesale by McMaster, Brice
uuckIin's Arniac sa1ne.
TaHE DFEST SALVE in the world for Cut,
- B~~1ruises, oes Ulcers, Salt Rlheumn. F-.vr
Sores. TCtter,Chepped Hlandsa, Chillb!ains.
Co(~rns~. arnd all Skin Ehrptionas, ad p.i
' irely cures Piles, or no. pay regtuir'*d 1I
a~ guarantend to give pe:rfect s .t daet .n,
3rmo.neyC re-funded. l'r ice 23 C:mnts ne:
ox. for sale by Me. i 'Briee &
Misses Berry and Bolinger, who, it
rill be remembered, have been visit
ing the family of Mr. Robt. Martin the
past month, expecting to return to
heir homes in Columbia in a few days,
vere given by Mr. Milo Martin a com
limentary dance on the evening of r
he 3rd inst.
This community has long since. and
ustly too, earned a reputation for the
delightfalness of its dances and social
atherings. The- occasion just cele- I
rated was in no sense an exception to
be rule of the past, but on the con- s
.rary a beautiful confirmation. Sel
loi, if ever before, has the writer had t
:he pleasure of witnessing a dance that
>eemed to be so universally enjol ed as
this one, a hich, in pcint of pleasure
ind beauty rivalled, if it did not ex
:eed its predecessor of but a few eve
Altiot:gh the unclemency of the
weather in the early evening kept a
oodly number at home, who had ex
pected to attend, yet there assembled
1 sufficient number to make the oc
casion one long to be remembered by
1hose in attendaace. The early hours
of mnoruing found. Q; dance still in
progress, and it ws the approaching
dawn that reminiided the merry dancers
that the evening had passed and they
:s..once more betake themselves
homeward-so pleasantly and quickly
had the hourdiWjn by. .
The following wee~tfi-dies
and gentlemen present:
Misses Anna Berry, Kit tie Bollinger,
Alva Gla'Iney, Mary Etta Aiker., Fan
nie Gladney, Mary Alston Pearson,
Lena Pearson, Anna Lee Martin,
Florence Martin. Genie Zealy, Mrs.
Fazel Zealy, Mrs. Julia Pope.
The gentlemen were: Messrs. D.
Brice, Jim Macfie, Sam Clowney,
Willie Turner, Sam Campbell, Richard i
Wilks, Joe Martin, Press Dawkins,
J. L. Longshaw, Charlie Ladd, F. M.
Zealy, R. L. Martin, Q. D. Williford, I
L. E. Owens, Evans Shedd, Mit.
Aiken, Joe Free, Ed. Mai tin, M. B.
Martin, G. T. Sims. s
THE COLLEGE-BRED INDIAN.
( ew York Star.)
"Curious notions some of these
philanthropical people have who want
young Indians sent to enllege, edu
cated and then retutrned to their tribes
to help civilize them!'
It was John Selet,d, of Helena,
Mon., who said this, as he sat last
night in the Fifth Avenue Hotel.
"I have lived," said he, "more than
thirty vear. on the far Western fron
tier, and my opinion on the Indian
question is wo th something. I tell
you that once an Indian, always ant
Indian; for there is something in this
easy, careless, irresponsible life they
lead that holds them proof against any
line of civilization. Their chief occn
pation is their own adornment, and
their days are a succession of talks,
smokes, sleeps, feasts, dances, fune
rals. weddings, and all woven into a
never-ending warp of poker, with an
occasional (lash or: horse race. Edu-(
cate them? Y u-di do it. -I wasj
told something the other day which:
w"ild..'cft :--erfn erizatiorittat
~ay. On the Osage Indian Rleserva
on there are abont fifteen hundred
ndians, and among themn some fifty
~radates--boys and girls-of the Car
sle University. It would grieve those
~xcellent educators who have charge
f' that seminary if ti cy should pet
:bantc e isit the Osane agency at Pan
mu-ks a: d review their formner schol
re. T[he last one of themr is~ in his
,cechc!ont rial lanike:. anld aivoids
..ielishi.as a aI.:nte asi if everi word
va a ra t:nke'. -lTer. is not one
efr to t ell y(tII t: i:-leof 'heir miOju'ne I
it av.rlisle, fo r inot tone o titihem ill
>v Cet- a caz'ual look. I he ednattion iofI(
he ftaIl)blood intdi:in IiS un i-x::Sjter:t:
og failure. It will ever fuil, as w ill
ii attempts by one 1ace to tmnke its I
ivilization' tl uther anid a (ditlere tt
ud.. writes: ";-Jeeii litters hi s dune I
care for men th:in al! uthaer mediciins coml-1
ined, for t:I t had feeli ng arising. from
Smein : d stocekmnan, or samte platce, Nays:
: d EIeh.trie Bitters :o bi.- the~ bestKi
ami Liv.-r ;:edaici :e, ii'de um feel like,
:iew zmn." J. W. u.;rdner, hardware
reha.i- l, samettow n. say. s: 1.lctric Bit- I
s is juLst the thu:.' f!r a man who is al!|
unt duwn :lt dlon't care whether he lives
r dies; lhe fitmud new strength , good ap)
tite ati felt just like hie had a nlew
ease on life. Only 50c a bottle, at .Me
Inster, Brice & i-setehini's ih:.ag to e. *
SCAPABLE and reliable white womn
to take ciharge of ani invalid.
A PPly to
TISS R EYNOi,DS,
at Dr. W. E. Aiken's residence.
I'HIS FAMOUS RESORT WILL BE '
Lopen to visitors from b
MAY 1 TO OCTOBER~ 15.
It is accessible from Spartaburg by a
)aily Hack Line, making good connection
rith all trains. Telephone in operation to
~part.nburg and Daily Mail.
L. Safe, Pleasant and Effective Reimedy
for all diseases of thel
Kidneys, Liver, Stomach and
t acts on the Boweis, Cleanses the System. ~
and regulates the iiver, and is a
Specific for most
FE3IALE DISORDUERIS. .
SIMPSON & SiMPSON, Props.,
7-7tf Glenn Springs, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
'N Iimproved farms on long tinme an:d
' easy terums. App!v to
McDONA LD &'D)OUGLASS,
Nos. 3and 4 Law Range,
=WINNSBORO, S. C.
V. H. Witherow, - - President.
0HE NEXT SESSION BFGINS SEP.
L tember 1, 1890, and will close June
This Institution offers to the people of
he County arare opportunity of educating
heir children at a 1owcost. It is equipped
with a full corps of experienced :nd faith
ul teachers. Thorough instruction is
riven in all those branches of study re
uired by law to be pursued in the public
ehools. The Collegiate course is designed
o meet the wants, not oniy of those pupils
ireparing for College or the University,
ut also of those who wish to complete
heir education here.
RATES OF TUITION.
Common School Course.
ree to all pupils in School District, No. 14.
upils from other School Districts, $1.00
ligher English Branches - - $2.00 per mo.
cientific Branches - - - $2.50 per mo.
:lassical Branches - - $3.00 per mo.
Each higher course embraces all below
t. Contingent Fee fifty cen's per term,
ayable at entrance of pupil.
All other fees to be paid monthly in ad
-ance on first day of each school month.
Board can be obtained at $10 to $12 per
For Catalogue, etc., apply to the Presi
lent or any member c-i ;artl : Trustees.
J. C. CALDWELL,
.1 A. BRICE,
J. M. BEATY,
T. K. ELLIOTT,
J. F. McDONALD,
- DuBOSE EG LESTON,
3TATE OF sourni CAROLINA
COUNTY OF YAIRFIELD
;URT OF COMMON PLEAS.
iles J. Patterson; Plaintiff, against Cas
sandra 11. Rabb, Edwin J. Itabb, as
Trustee of the estate of said Cassandra
I. Itabb, and H. Yongue Milling, as
Sheriff ef Fairfieid County Defendants.
-nummons. For Redief. -.'omplaint not
o the Defendants above named :
YOU ARE IIEREBY summoned and >
quired to answer the Complaint '
his action. which is filed in the ofiic,
he Clerk of the Court of Common Pif-.
or the said County and to serve a co -
f your answer to the said Complaint 4
;he subscribers, at'their office, Yo G LaO
Range, Winnsboro, South Carolina, with
n twenty days after the service hereof,
xclusive of the day of such service; and
f you fail to answer the Complaint within
.he time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this
iction will apply to the Court for the reliel
lemanded in the Complaint.
Dated 11th July, A. 1). 1899.
A. S. & W. D.1')OUGIASS,
ro the Defendants Cassandra II. Rabb
and Edwin J. Rabb. as Trustee of the
estate of said Cassandra II. Itabb :
Take notice that the Complaint and
summons in this action, of which Sum
nons the foregoing is a copy, were filed
n the office of the Clerk of the Court of
ommon Pleas for Fairfield County, in
he State of South Carolina, on the
rleventh day of July, A. D. 1890.
. S. & W. D. DOUG LASS,"
-15x6t Winnsboro, S. C.
T. oc; ofdollars worth of
ie : a: r destroyed by Cholera
-.x9:3.It is m.ore fatal to them
her diseases combined.
B o-.er of aliguidremedy
.a ... des-3'roys- the Microbes
- X: IEai ohe yCr
inct re-- h'ied by Micro$'
.efor -. hrefres. A 5o-cent~
x.>ub: a :m - oo chickens.
tis -*at:1 Ji, after using
w :h;:d. .f e bottle you are not
atisied .-:h it as a' cure for Chol
ra, raurn it to the druggist from
vhom you purchased it, and he wiR
fund your money.
F.ir sale by
DR. W. E, AIKEN,
Winnsboro, S. C.
TATE OF SOUTil CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF FAIRSIELD.
. J. A. ElYNA NT, Esq., Probate Judge:
~TIEREAS, R. H. JENNING;s, C. C.
? .P.hathi made suit to me to
cant hmi letters of admiinistramtion de
mis lon of the estate and effects of
awencee JI. Cook, deceased:
These are, therefore, to cite and admnon
hi all and singular the kindred and
editors of the~said Lawrence J. Cook,
ceased, that they be and appear be
re me, in the Court of Probate, to
a held at Fairfield Court House, S. C.,
the 9th day of October next, after
ublication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
renoon, to show cause, if any they have,
hy the said administration should not
a grante d.
Given under my hand, this 29th day of
.gust, Anno Domini 1890.
Published on the 30th day of August,
190, inTHlE NEwS AND ILERALD.
J. A. HINNANT,
8-Zx6 Judge of Probate.
NE DOLLAR WEEKLY.
Buys a good Gold Watch by our
ub System. Our 14 karat patent
:if'ened Gold cases are warranted for
3 sears. W altham or Elgin move
int-reiable and wvell known, S;em
rind and set, hunting or open face,
ad) 's or Gent's size. Equal to any
75Watch, we sell one of these
Vat che~ for $25 cash, and send to any
ddress by registered mail, or by Ex
ress C. 0. D., with privilege of ex
mination; al;:o by our Club System
t l per week.
Our Agent in Durham, N. C.. writes:
"Our Jewelers have confessed
hey don't know how you can fur
ish such work for the money.!'
One good, reliable AGENT WANT
D in each placo. Write for particu
EMIPIRE WATCH CO.,
es & 50 Maiden Lane, New York.
rWE I OPE
FOR TILE ND FOT
11 1 'ANT1S
FOR THE p ANT-FA
i "THE FF
FOR THE r4,$BAKED
Al pr 'fortheQ u
or boys, reme at we hav
Wear is the ~ ueof valu
thought, andn style you
e Hood's Sar
Many peculiar poi* other medicines.
saparilla superl. po rtion,
Peculiar in edients,
and prer' -sse
1_"e - of
( - ' - dom.
the only medi
- 'hich can truly
doses, and donot
- results as Hood's.
. ? "prouce a~ edleinai merits, 1
Peula in ilishes cures hithi
Hood's Sarsaparilla ac or itsel 1
erto unknown, and h ~ ,lood
the title of "The
purifier ever discover
home:'-there is nosd
of Hocd's Sparw sold in
Lowell, where oe slmade,
than of all other blood
phenoe-s record of sales
phenome- lther preparation
abroad, ed such popu
I short a time,
-d its popularity
an ' mong all classes
and " Y
ootbef peoper preparations,
but be's e - nldar Medicine,
Hoo aparilla I
ImCeansesIad +Hucthe hair
l~I1~I evera s ResrGaE
\u ss a arta iIg
e,~ Plekrisy a n,TkentrC11 c
ghtc L n Dbly, Inetoure o r e usrCrs
AR HERS PLASTU
Tohea pcure qh a be f oninenu
backcoh, Plteriso at
uinmet, or in thatOur OV-Y
inimnt, on r alto ta '
AL, ACE AND PAIN'
Sold by druggists or maied oeciptof~ 5c
GROSVENOE & EICAEDS,
CHILL CWjI E.
CfEsAPST MEDICIW1p1 EXOWN
CONSIDERING QUALITY AND ( IZE OF DOSE.
IT WILIJ .A.SO c9 I %
Dr. W. E, A liken.
Y PLJANTATION AN~ D PRlEMISES,
MVI with good dwelling, gin-honse' en
ginc and screw. an~d all ieeessary build
ings. Will be rentedl or 1e ed for to or
mre0' years to the right pa~**.IsetO
of present erop solicited, nd pcssessli
given when same is gathereI
Terms-Bankable '.note,flayable Oeto
ber -5. A pply on preni s ERON
. - .ywin nsboio. S. C.
~OL~FRE o - FRE_E
W th I ' orld. rerfect
~ tIm e rf.Warateakeam~
wre th * ihouh
th hu e r e - rf r ~
Stson & Co., BoxEs Po *'JtSd a
.VED THE BATTI
UR STAUNCH 01
FOR THE LEAN, S
CED BOYS OF SIXTY SU]
FELLOWS OF JUMBO DI
en's taste by us. Before yon
e opened the jaws of trade i
ie, and by that the price is n
must come to us.
Is TEE TIME
RYE A-ND BRLE1L
FRESH LOT JUST IN.
I. F bclaster & Co
RIARD A.McCU DY.U Pree.
ASETS, -- $136,401,328.02
SURPLUS. - - 91,G37.248.4I
TilE OLDEST, L A1RGEST, ST isONG.
est, Best (Compa~ny ini the wvorb.
"TIhe best companyUi is the& c~ompianly that
does the mros.t good " The( Mutual ;r f i~s
H. 0. Mel LWAIN.
A.,ent for L~ancaster and Fairfiefd Ces.,
Lancaster C. II., S. C.
EWD. L. GERNAND,
General Agent, Columbhia, S. C.
3HEi Season of 1890 has full.1
.opened at this justly celebrated healti
The eurrti- properties of these waters
The Li~e ad Red Sill~hir ad Chalybeate,
have been fully attested by eminent phy
he ho 0te accommodations are good, anm
no effort will be spared by the proprietor
to give satisfactiozi.
Hot and Cold Sulphur Baths.
Telegraph, mail and express facilities 11
String Band engaged for entire season
Amusements of different kinds provide
Ie oe nnections made at Charlotte an
Lincolnton, N. C., and Blacksburg, S. C.
For information, terms;, etc., apply to
WILKINSON & FORE,
7.17;.t. Shelby, N. C.
RXI. DAVID AIKEN of
1.1 ers Ius prof esionl ser
vices to the citizen.; of the T';.nJ r
and County. A shiar. of public patrona.
l7ie N. ashington Street. thru
doo,.s weet of pot nfie. -25txly
'RIES OF TRA:DE
LICK AND FIFTY CHAPS,
OF SEVENTY WINTERS,
make a purchase for yourself
vith lots of palatable bargains.
easured. Style is the dress of
RD & CO.
AXNO U1 CEMENTS.
The many friends of the Hon. T. S.
BR ICE recognizing his worth and qualifi
cation nominate him for the lower house
of the General Assembly, subject to the
action of the Democratic arty.
Nessrs. EMitors: Please announce that
I am a candidate for a seat in the House
of Representatives, subject to the Demo
cratic primary election.
* JNO. D, HARRISON.
I desire to announce that I am a candi
date for re-election to the House of Repre
sentatives. subject to the action of the
* TIIOS. B. McKINSTRY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the Democratic nomination to t e
House of 'Representatives, and plJe my
self to abide the action of thiL-Dkeniocratic
*- ~)JA31E f. IIANAV. AN.
OF COUNTY AUDITOR.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for the office of Auditor for Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the Dem
* J. B. CROSBY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
fcr re-election to the office of County
Auditor, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic party. -
* L. N. WITHERS.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
I hereby offer myself as a candidate for
re-election to the office of School t ommis
sioner, subject to the action of the Demo
*H. L. DUKE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of School Commissiorner, sub-]
Ject to the action of the Democratic pri
* JOIN BOYD. 1
FOR COUNTY COMMfISStONERc. ]
We here.by noninate Mr. JO-17 .-A:
STEPW A RlT .g.n o~n-te -for eftion i
tthe office of Commissoner, sub
Iject to the actioir f the Democratic pri
* MAN~Y FamNDs.
I hereby annour.ce s. 4 adidate
for re-election to thue ,.
Commissiocer, subject to
1I hereby announce mysel aca
re-election to the office of Countyv-. -we
siofner, subiject t' the actioni of th T
I hereby anne-nee mlfI' a cauida
for the office of Couuaty (onnissioner a
subject to the actiont of the Dem o ratie
* A. S. WH ITENER,
FCil J1 UR~Y COM.\ISS!ONi lt.
1 he'reby announce muyself a caniiidate
for the office of .Jury Commni eim~ter, sub
ject to the nc~tioni of the D~emocratie party.
* U. !IAWL.EY l'O)ETiO)N.
Nera I~eorn: i.;e~.se annonu--e that I
:tli acanitdida:e, for re eit'in t ' the office
of Jurv ' O-mtiss~imer, subhient~ to the ac
tion of the Demno.ratric prhuaries.
I ! e*by :am onouare myself a candidlate
for ie-el-ction to the oitiCa of Judg~e of
P'romhte. subject to the~ a:t~oa of the Dem
ocau ':lY 1. A. IIINNAN'T.
SUPERVISOR~ Ole REt; tSTRA TION4.
I hereby announ(e moyself a candidate
f(or re appoinmenit to the office of Super
*visor of .te(gistration!, subhjet to the actuon
*of the Dr muocratic primaries.
* .JA MES PAGAN.
FORL COUNTY TRlEASUltER.
I hsreby announce myself a candidate
for the nomuinafion of County Treasurer,
subject to the actioni of the Democratic
* J. L WARDLAW.
COOKING & HEA TING TGEO
ALWAYS ON HAND.
A LSO, TIi WARE, DOL LOW-WARE
-11 Jars, Flower-Po's, and general house
hold furn'shing goods.
SSTOVES. TIN WARE. REPAIRED
All work guaranteed firsteclass. Every.
thing at prices to suit the times.
When in town give me a call. Om e deo
north of P. Landecke & Bro.'s.
W. W. KETCHIN, Agt..
Successor to J. H. C -mmings.
A. D. HOLLER,
BUILDER ANiD CONTRACTOR
and Manufacturer of
, iNNSU()l(), S. C.
Eif-Pl ns and speeliiisonshfl for di -:el
lings, fauct~ories andl store-.:cues furnished
VE~~X Y NG~ DJN1-' AND FLC'
d byE~'GAlt TRAPP,
1o_10a~rJennings, S. C.
BEATY S COENR
CO'IfDUC1VR TO BADNESS
T HIS question was brought up in: I
- n hohe store' in a. city andwa
caused y the examination of the
of several well-koownshoe man
whose craniums showed a noticeable ab
sence of hirsute adornment The ques.
tioner was nearly as bald as the IDo of a
dude's cane. His clerks were growing,
that way. All had luxuriant hair before
going into the shoe business.. Does-the
shoe- business cause baldness? If so, why"
If the above cannot be solved we will
propose one whieh is easily anwered.
Why is it
nocks .all others bald? We have suc
%eeded in having them made of pliable.
lurable calf'skin, tanned - by tanneis of
ndoubted reputation; toppings of elegant
longola; hub goring, warranted; bottoms
if wear-well sole leather. and sewed on
:o a welt just the same is a hand-sewed
;hoe, and can be half-soled by hanl. No
asting tacks to prick oke__ e? good
hoe must be mad good
rood leather doe& not constitute a good
Ahoe unless it. e e and dara
ility. BEA&TY' $3.00 OE bs style
nd finisr. They will arrive shortly.
Some job lots in store will be sold at re
luce i pri;ces for cAsir during * alance of
ummer or until los -d out. Please call
. . BEATY & BROS
FOR GOOD SHOES.
Canned Peaches, Pie Peae
ler, Condensed Milk (Eal Brand).Mail
ard's Breakfast Cocoa, Slon, sardie,,
jorned Beef, Soa, Starch, Bluein, Soda,
i'resh Soda Crace rs every we~Cks
landy. Best Fresh Cheese~ every week
turing summer Macaroni, Sua, Coffee,
nedium and bst Teas, Mea, Flor
3acon, ILard, Rice, etc.- Wnite "C" anA
'PUSH'" and "FULL TIDE."
T wo.-for Cigars. -
STITGIH-DOWN" ain eegant smoke :
Try us with the'Cash.
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. J.Y QUATTBr"AULD.D."