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Before You 13uy or Sell
any Kind of
Real Estate, or Business,
Write us your wants.
J. Y. GakljNgToN & Co.,
I<aureii3, S. C.
Bristles are very
well in their Place.
Wo have them and koep them in
their places. In our fine line of
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Eto.
Our stock is made up of the beat
American, English and French
Goods, and will be sold at popular
noasoN's lutua store.
LAURBNS. S. O.. WEDNESDAY. NOV. A. 1903
BIG LAND SALES
Spring (jjrove J'luce on the
The Property Brought
Over 1700 Acres Disposed of In All?
Who 1 lie Purchasers Were-One
Town Lot Sohl.
Tho Spring Grove Placo was sold
Monday by Clork Bolt in 14 tracts, in
tin case of J. J. Burnett as trustee of
John D. Garlington against J. W.
Watts, surviving executor of tho late
Col. John D. Williams. Tho property
was sold in 11 tracts and brought an ag
gregate of $12,435 or about $7.70 tho
aero. The bidding was lively and the
prices aro regarded as fair.
In (he case of Simpson against Simp
son li'.? acres near Lisbon wore sold to
J. D. M. Shaw for $500 Tho W. T.
Crows place, ono and threo quarters
acros in this town, was sold to J. N.
Loako for $205.
The following are the descriptions of
the Spring Grove tracts sold with tho
names of the purchasers and their bids:
Tract No. 1?Containing one hun
dred and twonty-on*5 (I2l?) and one
half acres, more or le^Vbounded by
lands of Ben Owons, W. C. Hasor,
Chappoll's road and tract No. 2. J. H.
Tract No. 2?Containing one hundred
and oight and throe-fourths (1081)
acres, moro or loss, bouudod by tract
No. 1, Chappelt's roSd, Ninoty Six road
and lands of h, s. Griffin and Mrs.
Williams. N. L. hangaton, $600.
Trao* No. 3?Containing soventy-tlve
(75) acres, moro or lest?, bounded by
Hill lands, lands of R. S. Grillln, Beth
ab'ra Church and tracts Nos. 4 and 5.
J. II. Eusti, $725.
Tract No. 4 ?Containing ninety-seven
(07*) and one-half acros, more or less,
bounded by Chappoll's road and Ninety
Six road and tracts Nos. 3 and 5. W. R.
Tract No. 5?Containing seventy and
one-half (70V; acres more or less,
bounded by Chappoll's road, Jones and
Hill lands and tracts Nos. 11 and 4. W.
R. Brown, $880.
Tract No. 0.?Containing ono hun
dred and ten (110) acres, more or loss,
bounded by Chappoll's road, lands of
S. D. Jones and tracts Nos. 8 and 7. S.
A. Brown, $850.
Tract No. 7?Containing one hun
dred and fifteen and three-fourths
(U?T) acros, more or less, bounded by
Cro?s Hill road, Milton road, and
tracts Nos. I), 8 aud?. 8. II. Goggans,
Tract No. 8?Containing ono hundred
and soventeen and ono-half (117 A) acres,
moro or less, hounded by lands of S. D.
Jonos and tracts No?. 0, 7, Oand 10. S.
II. Goguans, $735.
Tract No. 0?Containing ono hun
dred and fifty-four (151) acres, moro or
loss, bounded by lands of Mrs. Wil
liams, and tracts Nos. 12, 11/10, 8, 7
and 13. S. II. GogRan?, $810.
Tract No. 10?Containing eighty-five
and throe-fourths (851) acres, moro or
less, bounded by lands of S. D. Jones,
S. T. Coats and tracts Nos. 11, 0 and 8.
W. F. Coats, $005.
Tract No. 11?Containing one bun
drod and seventy three and three
fourths (173?) more or lees, bounded by
Government lands, lands of S. T. Coats
and tracts No?. 10, 1) and 12. J. H.
Tract No. 12?Containing ono hun
dred and eighty and one-tenths (180-one
tenths) acres, more or less, bounded by
Government lands, Mudllck Creek,
lands of John Rudd, Mrs. Williams and
tracts Nos. 0 and 11. J. H. Wlther
Tract No 13?Containing one hun
dred ami ten and one-half (1101) acres,
more or loss, bounded by lands of Dr.
MUler, Mrs. Williams, negro church,
Milton road and tract No. 14. R. D.
Tract No. 14.?Containing one hun
dred and throe-fourths (1001) acres,
more or less, hounded by Cross Hill
road, lands of W. C. Rasor and tracts
Nos. 13 and 7. R. D. Nance, $1,830.
QUICK A BREST.
J, A. Gulledgo. of Verbena, Ala.,
was twice in tho hospital from a severe
case of piles causing 51 tumors. After
doctors and all remedies failed, Buck
len's Arnica Salve quickly arrested
further inllammation and oured him.
It conquers aches and kills pain. 25
cents at Laurons Trug Co. jjnd W.
Oar New Discovery is sold by W. W.
Dodson, LaurensDrugCo. and Youngs'
Pharmacy under an absoluto guar
antee. Price $1.00.
THERE IS 1 ~^
than a homo. In It you havo
a necessity and likewise a liSXUvy, irifcb
only tho cost of tho nccosslty. I can
sell you any kind you liko and located
u'horp you wish, at n l?w prlco and on
eaysy terms. I havo forsalo;
?t 30 Acros, ono mllo from Watts Mills.
188 acres ono and one-fourth miles
from "Stomp Spring", Jacks Township.
05 acres one and one fourth miles from
ID acres lino bottom land, four miles
ffovpb Of I.aureus.
Several houses and lots in town, and
larger plantations in tho county. iComo
to sco mo and let mo talk over some
propositions with you.
For *alo ok- Rent 7 room house and
lot with servant's house, on West Main
M, L. Copeland,
MKAI, ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS,
J. N. LEAK,
Offers his services to the pco
le o< Laurcns County.
S AMONG OUR FRIENDS. |
Mr. J. H, Curry of Dials was here
Mr. J. O. C. Fleming attended the
state fair lust week.
Mr. Jool Blackwell was in tho city
Mr. W. M. Ooker of Young'a town
ship was hore Monday.
Mr. II. 1'. Blakoloy, the strawberry
and fruit export, was in the city Satur
Master Houston Bramlott and sister,
Elizabeth, havo returned from Colum
bia after a delightful visit to relativ 8
and the Fair.
Mr. W. O. Babb, deputy clork of
court, was in Columbia for a few days
Mrs. \V. E. Lucas and Masters Ed
win and Robert Lucas havo returned
f om Tennessee whore they have been
At tho request of tho bar ex-Judge
Hudson has been appointed to preside
at a special term of court to be hold
hero this month beginning the 23rd.
Mr. Allen Barksdale exhibited four
splendid home raised mules at tho
state fair las* week. He won two sec
ond and one third promium on them.
Helps You To Save.
Elsowbcro will bo scou tin adver
tisement of the savings d-'parf^mcnt of
Tho Bank of Laurons. Thero is no
better plan to save by than the?o little
Iron banks which aro distributed. In
is a good idoa to obtain i no for each of
the children in the family and let them
acquire tho saving habit.
Mr. Rice's House Burned.
The residence of Mr. A. Q. Rice,
which he recently purchased of Dr.
Christopher, was burned Sunday
night. It was insured for $80!). but
cost a groat doal more. The origin of
the flro is not known hore.
Mrs. Malinda Crews suffered a stroke
of paralvsls a f iW days ago and is not
expected to roeover. Mrs. Crews is at
tho homo of her son, Mr. Charlie
Crews In Atlanta. She has many
relatives and friends In this city and
county to whom this will bo very sad
OPE??S ON NOVEMBER, 10TH.
Chrysanthemum Fair the Next Great
Event In Town.
The Chrysanthemum Fair to be given
by the ladies of the First Presbyterian
and First Methodist Churches will open
on the morning of November 10th. and
will continue for two ilays, including
Delightful refreshments, including
substantial, will bo served and every
body will havo a good time.
Tho object is a worthy ono and the
laelies should be liberally patronized.
Ladies of tho county, not living in
town, are extended a cordial invitation.
No admission fee will be charged.
Money to Lend.
On first mortgage of improved farms.
Easy terms. No commission. Borrower
pays only actual oxponses of loan.
C. D. BARKSDALE,
Laurons, M. 0
October, 20, 100.1.
KELLOGG IS NEXT
Will Bo lloro 011 Novem
What is ma of His Tal
One of Most Delightful of Lyceum's
Entertainments May be Expected?
Other Features of 1 lie Course
The Advertiser has received tho
Tho Laurens Lycoum Association of
fers Hvo more attractions to its mem
Charles Donnison Kellogg, Novem
ber, 10th; Montauk Ladies Quartette,
Decombor, 10th; Charles Lano in Jan
uary: ono yet to bo secured for Feb
ruary or March*, lion. G. A, Goarhart
Double season tickets can yet be so
cured for those live attractions at $."1.00.
The amount of advertising that ac
companies the Kellogg Leoture-Re
citals is Immense, without question
this will bo the greatest attraction wo
shall havo. From personal letters re
ceived wo are assured that everything,
that is claimed for Mr. Kellogg in the
circulars and booklets, is true.
Members of tho Lyceum will please
call for these circular.* and got some
idea of the rich treat that is in store
for them. Get others to secure season
tickets. Seats will be reserved on No
Genoral admission will bo $1.00.
13. L. Jonks.
Tomplo Maga/.ino of Philadelphia
"Mr. Kellogg startled the whole au
dience by his marvelous warbling. lie
claims not to bo a whistler, but a warb
ler, and his claim is certainly a correct
ono. Never in our experience have wc
heard anything like it. At times the
sweet and bird-like notes seemed to bo
away in the distance, and then, coining
nearer and nearer, increasing in vol
ume all tho time, the whole building
scorned to vibrate with the mighty
song. Then the nightingale and other
songsters woro perfectly reproduced,
and when he sang the ".Mocking Bird*
song, and warbled the answers from
the woods, one could almost fancy him
self far away from tho hum and roar of
the city and in the heart of the coun
try listening to tho romantic singer
and hearing the answer from the won
derful forost warbler.' ?
ONE CENT A WORD.
If you want a bargain in a piano
apply to M. L. Oopeland.
Fon sale?A valuable farm In good
state of cultivation, situated on tho
Greenville ?fc ..?aurens Railroad. Con
venient to schools and churches. A
desirable place, to live. Apply to
j. L. Power,
Power, S. C.
For Sam:?A piano in first class
condition. A great bargain. Apply
to M. L. Copeland.
LOST ok STRAYED?One small red
cow with 2 white spots on her. Re
turn to residence of
Mrs. IL M. Miller.
WANTFD?Cotton Mill Hands for
new Mill just Increasing its plant
spinning, card and woavo room help.
All new machinory, good tenements,
pure water, and best of .wages. No
hoboes or shiftless hoi]) desired. Apply
to MOLLOHON MF G. CO.,
New berry, S, C.
Mr. Martin Kiddie Killed I? a Ulnncry.
A very Uoplorablo accident occurred
In the county on Monday by which Mr.
Martin Kiddle, u highly esteemed citi
zen of Young's township, lest hi* lifo.
Mr. Riddle was having otton ginned
by his own nnichiuery when a belt or
part of tho gin broko and in somo way
ho bojomo entangled In tho ginnery
and was crushed to death. IIo leaves
two sons, MesM*s. Perry and HHjnh
Riddle. Mr. Riddle was about 70 years
of age and had tho friendship and ro
speot of all who know him.
An oxtra communication of Palmetto
Lodge, No. 10, A. P. M., will bo held
at Masonic Hall, Friday night, tho 0th
of November. Second and third do
grees to bo conferred. Visiting breth
H. W. Anderson.
Many Mothers of u Liko Opinion.
Mrs. Pilmor, of Cordova, Iowa, say?:
"One of my children was subject lo
croup of a sevcro type, and tho giving
of Chamberlain's Remedy promptly,
always brought rollof. Mmy mothers
In this neighborhood think the same as
I do about this remedy and want no
other kind for their children " For
salo by Laurens Drug Co.
".Save enough on your 6uit to buy you
a hat," is the rather attrac'ivo text of
Da' K Boner & Co.'s advertisement
elsewnero in this paper. This linn
so ls the hand-!ailored clothing of tho
best clothing makers in the United
State*. They are tho largest dealers
In LaurOOS In mo-i's attire, and their
JJrigbton S;?ok i* ono of tho most popu
lar suits. A very handttomo suit can
be had for so little money as Ul?.
Soe tho new line ofE nglleh crockery
wo aro now showing ; its the kind that
S. M. & E. H. Wllkes.
Fifty now Chamber Sots just arrived
beautiful, new shapes and decorations,
cheaper than ever.
S. m . & E. EE. Wllkes.
Now Is tho tlmo to buy your Heater.
No tue to put It off. Wo have a com
ploto lino and can lit you up for a littlo
S. Mi & E. H. Wilko?.
See our new Picture, tho M.00 kind
for $1.50, A call will convince you of
this. S. M. & E. H. Wllkes.
Sick headache, backacho and all
Rheumatic Pains destroyed by Our
New Discovery. A guarantee with
eaoh bottle at Laurens Drug Co., Dr.
Dodson's and Young's Pharmacy.
Price $1 00.
Figure It Out?
This has no reference to the age Ann. Simply
a request to figure out and sec what you will
save buying a new Dress here for
25 cents the yard.
MELROSE, HENRIETTA, SERGE and
FIGURED BROCATKLS at?
50 cents a yard,
l^ftT" These are all-wool goods.
Zibeline, Melrose, Venetian, Brilliantiue and
light shades Albatros?
65 cents the yard,
52-ineh All-Wool Outing a Bargain.
52:inch Union Black Broadcloth same price?
at 85 cents a yard,
NEW BLACK VOILE?
One Dollar the Yard,
Breneh Serge, Poplin, Prunella, Crapesaia and Broadcloth.
B*??" See the quality of these goods at these prices at "v0)\
W. G. WILSON & CO.
DON'T TRIFLE WITH COUGHS.
Every Cough means tearing down of tissues and the accu
mulation of waste products in the system. The morbid state
of the membranes of the air passages invites throat and
bronchial troubles, and is the favorite condition for breeding
the germs of Consumption. It is serious, don't trifle with it
and waste time and money on inefficient remedies. Dodson's
WhiTK Pink and Tar Cough Curk cures effectually and
as promptly as an efficient cure can that removes the cause.
Cheapest because best. Price 25 cents.
W. W. DODSON.
AT FIRST METHODIST CHURCH,
Two Series of Sermons Commouced by
Cood congregations attended the
services at the First Methodist Church
last Simhay. In the morning tbo pas
tor began a scries of eormous on Morn
ings With the Master. Tho subject next
Sunday morning will bo Tho Master In
In the evening tho pastor began a se
ries of evening sermons on The Mes
sages of the Bible, preaching on Tho
Message of tho Bible to Young Men.
Next Sunday evening tho subject will
be The Message of tho Bible to Youug
Women. Public cordially Invited.
By authority of O. G. Thompson,
Probate Judge, I will sell on Friday,
November, 20th, 1003, beginning at 10
o'clock A . M., at tho late residence of
L. W. Ramage, deceased, In Laurens
County, South Carolina, a lot of farm
produce, plantation tools and imple
ments, horses, mules, hogs, cattle,
at public outcry to tho blghost bidder
II. B. Bell,
November, 3rd, 1003.?2t.
WHEN IN COLUMBIA.
Whenever a person goes
anywhere, he goes for a
purpose. If it is your
purpose to buy anything
for Ladies' wear, or Home
Furnishings, you had best
TAPP'S in Columbia.
For we have the most com
plete assortment of any
Department Store in the
South. And besides our
.Styles being the latest,
Our Prices are
The Very Lowest.
Especially cmi we be of
service to uV Ladies if
they wish to purchase
Silks, flillinery or
In these departments we
lead by long odds and we
are proud of the showing
we make in these lines.
Everything the Newest
#?y When in Columbia, come
IF YOU CAN'T COME TO
COLUMBIA, SHOP BY MAIL.
WE PREPAY MAIL, KX
PRESS OR FREIGHT ON
ALL PURCHASES AMOUNT
ING ,TO $5.00 OR OVER,
WITHIN A RADIUS OF 600
MILKS FROM COLUMBIA.
The James L. Tapp Co.,
1644 and 1G4(> Main St.
Columbia, S. C.
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One Dollar Will Start a Bank Account
bank: OR LAURENS, Laurbns, s. o.
Save Your Money, Watch it Grow,
bank: op laurens.
IT\S WHAT YOU SAVE, NOT WHAT YOU EARN, THAT MAKES YOU INDEPENDENT.
vSave the Pennies, and the DOLLARS Will Take Care of Themselves,
The Bank of Laurens
Will Loan you FREE, a handsome Private Home .Safe, like the one shown here to hcep at home.?
When the safe, is handed you, it is securely locked and the Bank of Laurens keeps the key. Drop your
coin or hills into it as you can spare them. Occasonally bring the safe to the Bank of Laurens, where
it is unlocked and the money counted in your presence, and the amount, whatever it may be, is placed
to your credit on your pass book. The safe is then locked and hand ed you again. Don't put it off,
but start while you have the apportunity to get a little safe?the supply is limited. Remember every
dollar belongs to you, and is credited on your pass book.
The Bank of Laurens is Always Absolutely Safe.
O. B. SIMMONS, President,
J. J. PLUvSS, Cashier.
W. P. CAINE, AssH Cashier.
H. K. AI KEN,
J. J. PLUSS,
J. H, SULLIVAN,
L. IL WILSON.
R. T. DUN LAP,
W. E. NASH,
W. R. RICHEY,
O. B. SIMMONS.
The Bank Pays 4 per cent. Interest on Deposits in the Savings Department.
,^?ss^>The System Installed Under the Supervision of-^^
C. 0. BURNS CO.,
13-21 Park How Unfitting,
ORIGINATORS AND MANUFACTURERS.
OF CHARLESTON DEAD
Tho Distinguished llisloriau Passed
Away Last Sunday
General Edward MeCrady of Char
leston died suddenly at his home in
Charleston last Sunday morning at the
age of 09.
Genoral MeCrady wroto tho History
of South Carolina, a work ui inestima
ble value to the peoplo of this state. It
was highly commended by literary
critics throughout the country and will
have a permanent place In literature.
General MeCrady was a lieutenant
colonel in the Confederate army and a
brigadier in the militia sorvico aftor
tho war. He was a man of exalted
character aud his death is a profound
loss to South Carolina.
Have you seen that $22 r>0 Sideboard?
Its a beauty and worth $30.00. If you
want a board now Is tho time to buy.
S. M. & E. U. Wilkes.
IF YOU COULD
Call at my oOice, seo my equipment,
and havo mo explain to you persmally
how I do business. I bolfevo you would
be absolutely satisfied that I am better
equipped to make a quick cash salo of
your property than any other Real Es
tate Broker In the city. 1 would like to
explain to you how I lind buyers for all
kinds of property In all parts of the
My object is to build up an extensive
brokerage business for the good of the
country and myself.
If I fall to do your business, it costs
you no money. Describe property so as
prospective buyer will not be disap
pointed when ho sees It. If you wish
to soil for full value it is v.-ry essen
tial to lot the world know it, but if you
wish to buy cheap tell no one except
your Broker. A Broker who can't
mako or savo a client more than ho
costs don't know tho business and is
not worth employing. I wish all the
desirable proporty possiblo on my list,
and then it is my aim to let as many
pooplo know what I have to offer as
the business will justify.
Lot a Broker lind you a purchaser
and change your Investment to some
thing more pleasant and profitable to
your ideas. I'm in business to do busi
ness, I lim not out to blow but to lind
a customer for your wants or Otterings.
Are you interested in any of the fol
Two store rooms on public square,
good location, cheap.
T. W. Wright house and lot on Bast
Main Street. Good neighborhood, ex
cc'lent water, eto. $1,800.
One lot in Jersey, "'acres. Good house
and good location for poultry farm.
5 three room tenant house on Gray's
hill. Rent for $2 50 per month. Will
sell sepoiately or all. $270.00 each.
305 acres of splendid land on public
road from Laurens to Clinton. Good
house and out-housos.
Will sell at a bargain 145 acres on
WiM sell at big bargain, 11 room
house, just insido corporate limits of
Clinton, new and freshly painted with
all modern improvements.
Will sell at a bargain numerous oth
er tracts in different parts of the
Anything you desire to buy, sell or
exchange?just so it is proporty, let me
hoar from you with full particulars.
Remember I am writing moro In
surance than any other agent in the
city. Fall in line if you believe in the
rising generation. I do not write in
surance to save agents commission on
my own proporty liko some others. I
write for a living and am still living.
Take this into consideration, when you
take on your additional insurance.
UEO. W. SHELL,
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS,
McCord Building, Laurens, S. C.
Why Not Prepare for
DOG LAW NEEDED.
The Labor and Fertilizer
Solution to Both Might lie Helped if
Legislature Would Euaot Statute
for sheep Protection.
The Advertiser takes the liberty
of suggesting that tho farmers at their
mooting Friday pass a resolution of tho
Whereas, the increasing prices of com
mercial fertilizers and tho increasing
scarcity of labor both threaten to re
duce tho profits in cotton production.
And whereas, a large proportion of
the lands in Laurens county aro adapta
ble to the profitable raising of shoep,
an Industry that would require a com
paratively small number of laborers
and no commercial fertilizers, thus
helping to solve both the difficulties
lie it resolved, by tho farmers of this
county in muss meeting assembled that
they hereby petition tho stato senator
and members of tho house of repre
sentatives from this county to Intro
duce and endeavor to havo enacted at
tho next session of tho general assem
bly a law that will protect sheep rais
ers in Laurens County from shcop kill
ing dogs, and so make tho sheep Indus
RELATING TO RAILROADS
AND THE PUBLIC
RK IT ORDAINED by City Coun
cil of the City of Laurons?
Sec. 1. That on and after November
1st, lOO.'l, it shall be unlawful for any
railroad corporation, its agents, ser
vants and employees, to operato any
railroad trains, engine, or car, within
the corporate limits of tho city of Lau
rens at a greater rale of speed than four
miles per hour.
Sec. 2. That all railroad corporations,
their agents, servants ami omployees,
shall bave a flagman at each crossing
of tho rail road tracks ami streets of
thi> city of I,aureus, and said flagman
shall walk ahead at a reasonable dis
tance of each train, engine or car of said
Sec. 3. That any person found guilty
of, or of participating in, the violation of
this ordinance or any part thoroof, upon
conviction, shall be fined i.ot less tbau
Ten Dollars nor more tban Ono Hun
drod Dollars, or ho imprisoned with or
without tho requirement of labor upon
tho streets or public works of the said
city, for a period of not less than ten
nor more than thirty days.
Sec. 4. That owing to the dangerous
nature of the stroet and railroad cross
ings, grades, curves and embankments
within the corporate limits of eaid city,
it in considered by the said City Council
that the acts herein prohibited are
against the public safety of the said
Sec. S. Thai all other ordinances, or
parts thereof, iaconsislant with tho
provisions of this Ordinance be, and
the 8am? are hereby, repealed.
l>one and ratified by the City Council
( ^a^, ) of Laurens, and tho Corporate
< L.S. ,? Seal of City of Laurens hereto
( ) affixed this the 20th day of Oc
C. B. GRAY,
L. (J. B.VLT.B, Citv Clerk.
A Dainty Foot
Is what every woman craves.
Every woman can have it if she
DOROTHY DODD SHOE
The reason is that they Hit.
There is no superfluous leath
er anywhere. Consequently
the shoe is reduced to the
.smallest proportions. Every
woman in I,aureus should
try a pair of our shoes. We
can doubtless lit you with a
smaller size than you have
been wearing. It won't be
necessary to get a large si/.e
just to ease your foot at
some par/in:fur point. Our
lasts are wide where they
ought to be and nctfl'OV)
where they ought to be.
They are scientifically made.
*HAT\S WHY WE SAY WR CAN FIT YOU WITH A
SMALLER SIZE THAN YOU'VE BEEN WEARING.
LET US TRY IT.
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Ideal Patent Kid Dorothy |Soft, Flexible, Yici Kid,
Dodd, '. #3.0o| Dorothy Dodd, . 3.00
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SOUTHERN GIRL, the Queen of all $2.00 Shoes, in
all Leathers and styles.
SOUTHLAND BELLE, the best #1.50 Shoe on earth
We guarantees abso
lute satisfaction with
every pair of these
You can't lose by buying your Shoes hero.
J. E. Minter & Bro.