Newspaper Page Text
Oorreted every Tuesday and Frid
, by Summer Bros.
Shoulders ....................... 5
H am s.................................. 1 1
13est Molasses........ ..... 4 (
Good Molasses ................ 25 36
Corn ......~..................... 64
M eal ....... . . ........... 55
IHay .....,............. . 1.
W heat Bran ........................ $1.
Ust Patent Flour.............. $5.5
2nd Best Flour............... $5.
Strait Flour................. $4.7
Good Ord inary Flour...... 3.5 .2
Sugar ......... . .........
Coffee ... ....... 1 0
CotW. ym.)al, per sack... .14
por cwt................. 30c
Butter, per lb ................. IK20,
Eggs, per dozen ............ 0N
Chickens, each.................. 124a2o
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 0 70.
3Corn, per bushel............ Oc
Oats, per buh l............. 3 i c
Sweet potatoes ............... 5 000
Turkeys, per 1b ................. 6 8d
Fodder, per cwt .................. 75 85o
Lost Juno 30, 1807,
Small Silver Watch, six pointe
Tmbdal on chain, small knobs on eac
p int. Suitable reward if returned 1
National Bank. It.
Call at Salter's Photograph Galler
and see large books of samplos of ti
latest design in wall paper, wh ich he
selling.'at prices that will plWase pu
Sheet music at cost for ten day
Music fall under Crotwell lt-f'
Wa. 4t-. I. g nuNS.
The stockholders of the Allianc
Warehouse Company will meet on Pr
day, the 9th of July, at Prosperity a
eleven o'clock a. in.
R. T. C. HUNTER, President.
J. U. KiT-,,mv, Secretary.
Flor Tranwood School. Applicatior
uinist be handed one of the hoard <
trustees on or before July 24, as teacl
er will be elected that day.
1). W. BARE,
J. 13. REAGIN,
J. W. EPTING,
Excursion to Tania.
The Southern Railway will sell roun
trip tickets July 20, good to return Jr
ly 29, to Tampa, Fla., for eight dollari
Leave Newberry 2.25 p. m. Leave Cc
lutubia 5 p. in. same day. Special tral
Florida, Central & Peninsula, good, t
return on any regular tra-iin.
J. A. BURToN, Agent.
Excursionists to- See the ulf.
An excursion trip to Tampa, Fla., ha
been arranged by the Florida, Centre
.fid Peninsula railroad at greatly e
duced rates. Round tipl tickets fret
all p)oints on the Northern division fo
$5.00, on sale July 20th and good to r<
turn JTuly 29th. Tourists will have a
opportunity to go boat riding and fils1
ing in the great gulf.
F"or Hartford School, No.11. All ai
plications must be handed to one of th
board of trustees on or before Jluly 11
1897, at 9 a. im., as teacher will be elc'
'ed on that clay. Teacehers. j)lease stat
All the patrons are also requested t
e rsp at that meeting.
-F. L. PAYSINGER,
P. M. HAWKINS,
C. T. P AYSINGER,
A Barbecue at Little MoutIain.
Tn addition to other ent,icements e
the reunion at Little Mountain, their
will be a first-class barbecue, the prc
coeds of wvhich will go to the Luthera
church at that p)lace. ''Hash and hog
will be served in fine ordt.r. If yo
wishl to get, a good "cue," and at Lh
same time promotc the interests (
Newberry College, be on'hand on th
For Infants and Children.
F 'LOOKINg WELL!
) 190T FEING WELL
Robertson 's Compounrd
This preparation is a comnbinatio
of drugs having alterativo, toni
stimulant and laxative action.
It contains three drugs which th
meOdical p)rofeslsion recommend fc
skin diseases, Scrofulous affe'etiona
Dyspopsia, Liver Comnplie.mts, Rheit
It is carefully prepared from tb
*purest drugs and is sold at 75 cent
Robes/son &~ Gilder's
VAUOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
- Good rains fell in the coanty on Sun.
The last of the teachers returned
fiom Parls Mountain yesterday.
ly Mr. Silas Johnstone has :b6en reap.
pointed United States Commissioner.
o0. Mr. Jno. J, Long will preach in the
c. Lutheran church on Sunday morning.
c. The stockholders of the Newberry
c. Qil Mill will meet tomorrow afternoon.
0. The Sunday School Convention of
the Newberry Conference will meet at
0. Seth.Eden pn Augast 6th and 7th.
0.Ts 'Wf Newberry are ar
rai - to iun an excursion to Ashe
5. l about the last of this month.
Mr. J. -A. Dominick has been ap
' pointed postipaster at Kinard's and S.
) R. Koith ot Old Town, both in this
Mr. R. C. Williams is building a res
idence on Friend Street and will extend
his furni.ture store from Friend street
Tho Young Peoples' Convention of
the Second Prasbytery of the A. R. P.
church will be held at Prosperity July
14-10. Round trip tickets will be on
Yesterday was celebrated as the
d fourth of July. The Newberry postof
h1 fleo observed Sunday hours and the tel
egraph office was closed during the
The Nowberry and Chappells base
Y ball tenaas will play a match game at
0 the F Ir Grounds on Friday afternoon
at 5 ;clock. An admission of 10 cents
wlI be charged gentlemen, ladies free.
jDr. Young, who will leave the latter
part of this week for Georgia in the in
terest of his fruit farm there, has em
ployed Mr. J. L. Goggans to take
charge of his store during the summer
while he is away. 'Dr. North will as
si him and fill prescriptions.
Ramp Strother, a colored boy living
on Col. 0. L. Schumpert's place, had
his leg broken last Friday by jumping
from the down passenger train on the
Southern road. He was taking a ride
down to the junction but did not get off
until the train had gained considerable
Miss Mainie Kinard of Prosperity
spent a few days in the city last week.
Prof. W. W. Hentz and family, of
Texas, are visiting relatives in the
Mr. Y. V. A. Riser left for Orange
burg last Friday where he will serve
the congregation of Rev. Wyse during
Mr. M. R. Lake left last Friday for
Columbus, Ga., where. he will take a
course in book keeping and stenogra
Rev. Geo. S. Bearden of St. Luke's
was in the city last week.
Miss Nina Bynum has gone to Ches
ter to visit friends in that city.
l Miss Nina Vance after a visit to
friends in the city has gone to Harris
r Mrs. T. M. Wells is visiting friends
and relatives in different paris of Lau
3 rens county.
- Mr. D. B. Wheeler has gone to
Mr. T. C. Pool is spending a few days
in Asheville, the "Land of thbe Skies."
Cot. 0. L. Schumpert is attending
court in Union this week.
.Mrs. ,Smith and her daughter, who
have been visiting at Dr'. E. C. Jones',
have gone to Glenn Springs..
Dr. Fox will leave next Thursday
for Greenville, Tenni., where he will
spend a month of his summer vacation.
Miss Lelia Blackwell has returned to
her home in Clinton.
Miss Viola Scnn left yesterday for
her home in Woodruff, S. C.
tMrs. J. Mittle has gone to Norfolk,
Mr. David Mvittle has gone to Char
a leston. S
Col. George Johnstone has gone to
n Columbia on professional business.
'3 Mr. 0. Sheppard of Edgofleld is on a
'fvisit to relatives and friends ini New
Messrs. Robert Mayes and Claude
Greneker, of the Citadel in Charleston,
are home on a vacation.
Mr's. Corrie Greneker and Mrs. C. C.
Davis and children leave this week for
D)r. Hlouseal and family wilt leave the
latter part of this week for~ a tour in
r. the mountains.
Miss ClIto Patton, of Clinton, is visit
ing at Mr. W. C. Cromer's.
Messrs. Geo. W. Summer, John W.
IKibler, and R. B. McCarty leave to
. morrow for Heondersonville, N. C., for
a week or ten days.
Mr's. J. Y. Culbreath is visiting Mrs.
P. C. Gaillard at Monroe, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Cuibreath vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Merchant at
' Whitmires last week.
For sale at all times and cheap by
t&lftf J. C. MYERS.
Old peopple who require medtcine to
i, regulate the bowels and kidneys .will
-find the true remedy in Electric Bit
c. ters. Thuis medicine dloes not stimulate
and contains no whiskey nor other in
toxicant, but acts as a tonic and altera
tive. It acts mildly on the stomach
and bowels, adding strength and giving
a tone to the organs, thereby aidin Na
ture in the performance of tihe fne
tins, Electric Bitters is an excellent
appetizer and aids digestion. Old Peo
pie find it just exactly what they need.
Price fifty cents and .1.00 per bottle at
Robertson & Gilder's Drmr Store.
A PARK iOR NEWDERRY.
something, that Is GreatlyNeeded-Ih VAC6
We Should Have SeveraL
Last week we mentioned the fact that
we would say something of a park for
Newberry. It is something we have
before.9- 'on of, and something chat
is greatly needed in Newberry. We
mentioned that a gentleman proposed
to offer i the town seventeen aeres of
woods for the use of a park, provideif
the town would enclose it and lay out
some roads and otherwise improve it.
The ground in question is on the road
to Helena In rear of the property of the
estate of the late Wallace A. Cline,
and the grove belonging to this estate.
Mr. B. H. Cline authorizes us to make
this statement. We do not know that
they propose at present to deed out
right to the city just now, but they will
give it'at least for a term of years and
it could be made a mostdelightful park
and a charming place for having pie
nics. There are good spriigs on the
grounds, and then the coinmissioners
of publie works might be induced to
put in a supply of artesian water. The
cost of fixing it would be small, and the
comform and pleasure to the citizens
would be great. The matter is at least
worth looking Into. If the offer of Mr.
Cline is made so that the council can
accept it and go to the expense neces
sary to make it a pleasant park, we
suggest that it be known as the Wal
lace A. Cline Park.
There are several other places in the
city that would make very pretty little
parks, but it would take some money.
The Wallace A. Cline Park having
about 18 acres of land with trees all
over it could be made a very pretty
place and being between Newberry and
Helena, cvul be used by both towns.
The date of the Newberry College
reunion at Little Mountain. Everybody
is invited. The morning train, with
two regular passenger coaches, will
leave Newberry at 7.30 o'clock. If
there are as many as 50 in the party,1
the fare for the round trip will be 50
Board of County Commissioners
Met yesterday. There was very lit
tle business transacted, bxcept the ap
proving of claims.
The Supervisor was authorized to se
cure estimates for the building of a
bridge over Saluda river somewhere in
the neighborhood of Kempson's Ferry.
A public highway was authorized to
be opened in No. 9, beginning at J. 13.
Feller's residence and running into
Bouknight Ferry road.
The commigttee appointed to investi
gate the claim of B. W. Goodwin for
damage by opening road reported
against allowing the claim and the re
port of the committee was adopted.
There were eleven nembers of the
Only Paper at County Beat.
Proprietor will sell outfit, accounts
and good will of Uamberg Herald for
$1500 cash. Good job outfit included.
t&f. 4t.. Bamberg, S. C.
Programm's of Newberry College Reunion.
The Newberry College Reunion will
be held at Little Mountain on July
I?th. The ofilcers are endeavoring to
make this reunion better than any be
fore. Everybody is invited and prom
ised a pleasant and p)rofitable day. As
usual, the ladies will bring baskets.
Besides there will be a barbecuc for
those who prefer- such dinner. A spe
cial train will be run from Newberry
and Prosperity at a very low rate.
Come, this will be the biggest gather
ing of the season.
PROGR A MME.
Welcome-Rev. H. P. Counts.
Newborry College in 1870- -Rev. C. P.
Newberry College in 1897-li. U.
Who Can Get a College Education
H. J. Math ias.
From School to College-B. L.
Th'Ie Alumni of Newberry College
C. A. Fellers.
Newberry College and Her Girls
Prof. W. K. Sligh.
Education and Citizenship-R. C.
Announcements-President Gee. B.
t2t W. A uo. SHEA LY, Secr-etary.
Two Lives Saved.
Mrs. Phoebe 'Thomas, of Junction
City, ILU., was told by her doctors she
had Cons umnption and that there was
no hope for her, but two bottles Dr.
King's New D)iscovery completely cured
hier she says It.saved her life. Mr. Thos
Eggers, 180 Fliorida St. San Francisco,
suffered from a dreadfut cold, ap
proaching Consumption, tried without
result everything el se then bough t one
bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery and
in two weeks was cured. He is nat
urally thankful. It is such results, of
which t hese are samples, that prove the
wonderful effleacy of th.a medicine ini
Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles at
Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store. Rieg
ular size 50Oe. and $1.00.
We Rise to Remark
that it is fly time, andl( to re
mind you that tile best thing
yet invented for catching flies
is STICKY FLY PAPER.
The manufacturers have improved
their paper for this season. It sticks
better and catches 2nore flies. We have
tested its sticking qjualities. It is also
cheaper. We always keep a full stock
ROBI.'RTSON & GILDER, Drug'rists.
Os the eorner. t AG ay
RED HOT MEETING
1RBY AND MoLAURIN BECOME PER
The' Campaign Ope'.- at Suniter-Only
Three Entrits for the Senate So Foar.
Almost a How at the Start.
[Special Herald and News.J
Sumter, S. C., July 5.-The meet
lug today was more exciting.than
anticipated. McLaurin spoke lirst
and denounced the authors of the
report that he was in a combination as
false and characterized those who orig
Inated it as skulking politicians who
hid in their dens. He made a strong
defense of his position on the tariff and
reviewed his record as Congressman
and Senator. He declared his inten
tion to conduct the campaign on a de
cent plane, and declared his reliance
to be on the people who wore tired of
strife and senselebs bitterness.
Irby began his speech by saying that
McLauri't dLeath knell had already
McLaurin interrupted, saying, "Hark
from the tomb."
Uproar followed, McLaurin's follow
ere cheering wildly.
.Irb' charked that he% was the victim
of a plot to be howled down, and de
nounced Sumter as the hot bed of Has
killism and Republicanism and the p;eo
ple as city shenchmen.
The chairman told Irby lie must not
use such language.
Irby claimed to have been insulted
and refused to retract unless lie first
ro3ceived apology. He denounced Mc
Laurin and Gonzales in strongest temi-ns
as heads of a conspiracy. Said MeLau
rin was dishonest politically.
McLaurin jumped up and said he
permitted no man to say he was dis
Almost a row.
Chairman quieted the speakers and
Irby claimed he would beat McLau
rin out of his boots with Conservative
votes. That lie would prove McLauurin
to be in a conspiracy.
lied hot meeting as far as speakers
Mayileld wired lie was ill but flied
.jAs lie was leaving the stage Irby said
there would be other candidates in the
H. (. OSTEEN.
The following account of the meet
ing yesterday ir taken from the special
to the Atlanta Journal:
Senator McLaurin was the first
speaker, County Chairman Purdy pay
ing a tribute to Senator Earle's miemn
ory and pleading for a campaign on a
high plane, before introducing him.
McLaurin was received with much
applause. He denied that he was mix
ed up In any combination or had made
pledges to any man or set of Inen , de
fying his opponents to prove anything
to the contrary. He also paid a tribute
to the memory of Senator Earle. [Ho
endorsed the p)rimar'y lan anid said
it prevented trading. Hie then gave an
account of his stewardship, sp)eakinig
at,great length. As lie proceeded the
house filded up anid there was a
good crowd which gave him very care
IBY STIRS UP WAR.
When McLaurin had finished ex
United States Senator John L. M. T rby
rose and was introduced. Then for.
three-quarters of an houir there was
enacted as exciting scenes as perhaps
have ever been witnessed at a camn
paign meeting in this or any other
state. Things.looked serious time and
At one time Irby and McLaurin
were only prevented from eliniching by
the interfdrence of those on the stage.
Irby, ini his speech, app)lied thec sever
est lan'guage to McLauarin, and lie came
to the front. When Irby rose the
cheers for McLaurin wore dleafenling.
Hie made an op)ening sally, and McLau
rin made an apt asideO, and then the
cheering wvas such that Irby, despite
r'epeated efforts, could not go on. Thlien
when Chairman Purdy quieted the
crowd, lie started out, charging the
crowd with trying to howl him down.
He-said he knew that it was all fixed
in this hotbed of Hlaskellism and Con
servatism. Pretty soon lie said he
didn't care how many of these city
henchmen tried to provont, him from
Chai rmnan Purid y adlvanced thlen atnd
said that it was their desire to give
Irby a respectful hearing. If lie could
not be respectful, they did not want to
hear him. The coinmittee was not re
sponsible for' the outburst of feeling.
Irby reli ed that, they had insulted him
Irby went on tihen anid characterized
McLaurin as a r'ing streaked, strip)ed
and speckled politician. IHe charged
him wit.h dishonmesty, anid with being
guilty of treason and treachery. He
said L,hat the foulest conspiracy that
ever existed in t,his State was now In
force, andl McLaurin was its benefi
ciary. In this vein he went on for some
Finally, McLaur'in who had t,urned
very p)ale, jumpedl up andl faced hime,
saying, "Irby, let's have an under
standing right bere. We have known
each other some time. You can't ac
cuse me of dishionesfy. You can't in
suit me that way." The two mnio
faced each other'. Irby replied that
hie had said it, and added, "I say fur
ther that if you hit me you will be lilt,
, As this juncture Editor Appelt, rush
ed up to McLaurin, and told him he
would anvn a rnnly Cthares Emanuel
Celebrated for ItN great leavening
strength and healthfuliess. Asaurm
the food agalist alum and all forins of
adulteration contmon to the cheap
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,NEW YORK
rushed In and said to Irby, "No one
but acoward would talk that way."
HI FCAI,S TiTEM COWARDS.
I rby replied that no one but a cow
ard would insult a guest. Mr. Purdy
and others got the mon (uiteted, the
house being In an uproar.
irby went on to say that N. G. Goll
zalep was MeLauiin's chaperone, that
Gonzales had Governor Ellerbe hypno
tizod. He contliued in a like vein to
When Irby tinished, McLaurin de
nounced the charge that he was in a
combine with Gonzales or anybody olfe
as absolutely false. Irby retorted that,
he would prove it.
Weoolilielneti(nd-edlDollaris Heward for
any caso of Catarrh that canimt be varod by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F". J. CIMI'N 14W s% co., P'rops., Tolodo 10.
Wo the undersigned have nowi F. J. dte.
ney for the last 15 years, and believe hi11 oer
ely honorable In all business tran-acili
mnd , 11811ai1Y able to carry out any obat.
t ittioi muatio by tmeir ilrip.
IVX8T & TIAUX, Wholesald Druggists. To
WAIr N, ICINNAN & MARVIN, Wholesale
Drug lF, N'Toloudo 0.
11a lp: Uattarrh (hire is taken intornally, a6tt
lug directly ipon the blood aui nucous sur
facos of the systAem. Price 76e per bottle.
Sold by aill Druggista. TcmtMnoniRssfr.-e..
On the 5th instant, by 1ev. E. P. Mc
Clintock, Mr. Commodore Iobb and
Miss Agnes Signal.
Mrs. Li. Nichols, wife of Mr. Allen
Nichols, of the St. Iluke's comminuinity,
No. 9, died on Monday morning, July
5th, and will be burled this afternoon
at St. Luke's church. She was about
70 years old,
(On a red hot
and the dis
fects of the heat.
cools the blood,
e ~, tones the storn
a echi, invigorates
,the b)ody, fully
..' satisfies the thirst.
drink of the high
est medicinal value.
The Charsm K.9 ie. Co., Phila.
dre~w J1. lledenblaute.h, deceased, are
hereby requiiired to render to the uni
dersigned, a statemne,jt of the samne dii
ly attestedi according to law.
R. ELLbA BED,1ENl3AUJGH,
.JOHN H. HEDllENIIAUGH,
As Executrix of Excutor or the last
will andi testamnent of Andrew .
Time Limited Until
Bestfull life-size Pas
tal and Crayon Por
traits made-'-not en
larged and then fin
ished by hand--but en
larged by hand and fin
ished in the latest style,
most durable and per
manent manner at less
than half usual price.
Call and see sample
. ALTES Art S3tlio,
Newborry, S. C.
H RAIDAOH E ured in20 mnahans a MIiu
The Teiable Uli anid Personai Property
as Takenl From tho AmIitor's Itookm.
Auditor Cromerv hals com11pleted hlis
abstrtctu of the real andit plsoaId
proporty In the county as retrmod for
the yeav corinueicing .Jannary 1, 1897.
Thle fgures are as follows, the totals
being given by townshiips:
Townships. 1895 911. 1897.
Newberry ..... $ 837,-410 $ 841,9:0
Caldwoell. .. .. . .... 1.19.485 1.19,6;1o
Maybinton ....,... 100,250 100,250
Cromer .i......... 190,400 191),.l I;,
Reedor . . .. .. .5'(0 18,:15
F'loyd ..1 , 245,210 21:1.855
Moon ...... .... . 225,1.15 221,220
Mondenhall . . 1(8,525 418 .199
Stoney Battery.. 357,:325 |5,1
Cannon .......... 173,530 17-1,91
Heller ........... 198,270 198,95A
Grand totals. .$2,8:2,920 $2.811,235
Townships. 1895 -9tl. 1 897.
Newborry ....... $ 799,620 s 8::,il7
Caldwoll ........ 32,295 31,:85
Maybinton ...... 20, -1 G:1,35,
Cromer .......... 40,26', 13,.iA t
Reecdo ........... 0. 40,151.5 115,805
Floyd(.......... 63,505 (7,4195
Moon............ -14,715 -12,775
Mendenhall 5. .11.780
Stoney Battery.. 15:,935) 15.)9,575
Cannon .......... :18,1.5 40,130
Heller........... (18, .170 :3.910
G rand to.lis. ..11,340,785 $1,396,3 17
T;he totals show thalt, tle valNe of 1-eal
Ostato has increlased $8,115, antI personali
propelty has ile-reased $55,.5:12.
Tho following itemized valnations of
personal property, ileluled in aIbove
t.tals, will doubtless be read Wit.h in
1895 96. 1897.
H orses .1 .... ,271 1 ,5I-;
Cattle .............. . .1,668 .,102
Miles and a esse ..... .. :1, 159 ,:I01
Sheep anl goats ..... 2,097 129
-logs .................. u,0 i1 5,91:1
Dogs ............. ....1,6i19 1.912
Pleasure carlriagO . .3,01: :),187
1895 -96. 18s97.
Horses ... ........ $ 5(6,585 ,1 U 095
Catt.c ............... :18,815 39,805
Mules and asses... . . 1:12,095 1.12,0:10
Sheep aid goats. .... I ,95.3 I ,.5
Hogs ............ ... 12, 100 1,185
Dogs ................ 8,320 9,9190
'leasure ctriag-hes. . 4,120 5,:1,19
TIhe above figilles show iait dverease in
the niimber of hogs, shieepi anl goats,
and( an i1crease inl the it111n1ber. of dogs.
The (ogs have I ncreased 2:3 since i,hl
last abstract was made out. If tih is
Iue11s that do-s lroe li, g bioug i. I .
light-, It is eIse for et n m-ri.at.hil IA4:11.
If it, mueas tlhit. hogs, shk op aini N4iA
ar.1e being' neglected rt, dogs. w .
the next abst.raet will malke a 1t.l.
showing for the hogs, e 1 and
goats.-Voice of the People.
THE OAKS HOTEL,
Deccleiolly thie best. suaterat ates ltel in II
wateiIr in th4 v'oil 9; granI1tinl,9t i,cen9ry ' n cti tu I
uIATIC,-- $94Ist 159 per Wee
(Come an9e4 1 prtise 9t every ellot,a Isossihe for
Drawer 9114. 11 . A. I, AT'Il \,
1&de -~J We' l-Ja .c rrIy ti er\ .
good1 cloar glass, groun<l sanooth anul e
tuses thei cheap(j lonises is ntc(,sit9t1d It
it, or uise a st.ronzgor lens~ whIichi harmns
After 30 yoars inl tIh busiliess I lial
haVe ani instrilment for tost.ing Implerf(
OF THE UNI
Assets . . .
Reserve Fund 1
(4 per cent. Htnanir)
and all other,
Liabilities . . . J
The Socioty 1has9 paidl $253,95(',351 I
nlow hold(s $210,773,947 of Assebln
mnakinig a total of $4 70,7310,298. Tis
than 38 years from its organtioL(n, is
other comfpanIy has8P'j~ p iit and ccumula
of its history. TJhie iutitaible writjes
wanft.-T-.Lontinot, Annnal D)istribut ion, 1
TIerm, any other forms of policies.
Call and1( s00 mol hofore assulring you
'ho Equitab)le is abs)olutoly saife, anti
tind1 it to their initerest to exaitne its
The Equitab)le issues8 policies on bo
W. L. Douglas $3 Shoe.
Stylish. durable, Verfect fitting.
Endorsed by werFz,ow,woo wearers.
W. L. Douglas $3.50,$4.00 and $5.00
Shoes are the productions of skilled
workmen, from the best material -
sible at these prices. Also $2.50 and $2
Shoes for Men, $2.50,$2and$1.75 Boys
We ti9 te bestCalf, Russia Calf, French
Viteiit Caif, Frenell Enam,el, Vlcl Kid, ate.,
grnat ta correepwid i th prices of t shoes.
Ifdeftler Call1ot supply you, write
CatAlog frce. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass,
0. M. JAMIESON.
AGENT FOR THE
BUITS TO ORDER ON
Asheville, N. C.
uo )11 iit i 'v l i i i s 4)(1 1 :: sI' ii: -e
wrfect servht ; hont anetl eol.Id ths; it'eO bli
1 i it sion ii ii 11) i)li' i t I rit us tn*tr
Thie lnses of atli l) apIspectals
tro stinpod otL of dingy glaiss by a
I l liotat is saisio shalipo of (1lie 10en aIv
sheet of inioltoii glass is passet)
mdi(lr it by ma11ich inery); thiis loiavos
hoi surfaces of I bieso lonses i rrogtular,
-oughI and unp olir :hed, and41 th re
'ritioni is not1 neari as5 per1fect asi
8il supYlyie refIract.ionu whiuch strinsh
the retjitiiad haistens the decaty of
y litted aire us badt its (heI>Oj oneWs.
JIisoti0's huinko is thel best, ati<d we
et vision a it.
r 1, 1BO'7.
. . $216,773,947
. . . $43,277,179
4) ifs p)olicy. holders, anrd mi addit ion
of whic uSi 3,277,1 79 is Surphis),
reco0rd O( coeinig at p)eriod of lossi
overh $2 I2,793,000( mIoreO than~i any
aniy form of p)olicy the assured may
I peronsH11 wishing 'usurance wvould
planist bofore taking out a policy
bi ma111 and1( femaulo livos.
BR KTRLER, Agent