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THE COLUMBIA IIKllALD: FIM1 AY, MAY 7, 117.
Are they in it?
I should smile!
They've teen in it
All the while!
WUtt? That beautiful line of Ladies'
Figuers & McLemore's.
THE MEW WOMAN,
as well as those who have been
with us longer, will see merit,
style and go in these Oxfords.
"We have it,"
"You want it,"
"We've got it,"
"And sell it."
A Straw Hat
within Hand Drummed sweat
band which makes a perfect fit
to any shape head, and gives a
soft, smooth and comfortable
Fok Hunt. Dwelling and offices, Oar
den street. V. S. Fi.kmixm. may7.'!t
for sale cheap by J. I Ktrkict A Co. It
:Snmll Tables with Drawer $2.25.
Kltfhtv-llvo Beds at l.Wr
'Twenty-two Wastelands, uithTowel
ltackH, Hhclf, Drawer and ttplttHlibacks
Columbia tinning Mill and Furniture
Factory, Ninth and Garden streets.
nay72t Frank II. Hmi 11.
CAM. ON IS
Tor machine oil. sections and rivets, and
"binder twine. J. P. Strekt t o, It
As It Is Retting late in the season, from
nowon, I will sell eKK from choicest breed
ing at $1 IHI per setting
tf M km. J. T. Williamson.
AtiKNTS OUTFIT I'KF.K. No capital
needed. One agent one day sold tlfty Bicy
cles. Weekly sales pay big profits. We
jnake a high grade Bicycle as low us $22.50.
Write quick, exclusive territory. Alpink
Cyclic Co., Cincimiatl, Ohio. may7 28
of binder twine,
mower sections and rivets.
J. P. Ntkkkt ft Co.
l'lf ICKS OK
A splendid Top Buggy for $3t.r0,
A Pontine Uoad Wagon, former
price $:toi.no, present price $27.H).
High (iraile II. M. T. Buggies,
timber like whalebone, at $75.(10.
.SuitIch and Pluvtonn proportionate
V. W. CHERRY, Agent,
may" 2m South Main Street.
Ottlce mi inrdeii Street, next floor to Hnt
iiinlx iliuid PreNbyterian Church.
AKTKIf twenty years practice in Maury
County, twelve years of the time in
Columbia, it Is not necessary for me
o say that I will mill
USE MY I'.EST EFFORTS
to give my patrons entire satisfaction, as
tny patients of twenty years ago, are my pa
tients to-day. when they need tin-attention
of a dentist. But I will say, under the gold
standard, thnt I will insert gold Millings lor
$l.oo, and when the teetli are too far none to
fill, I will make you anew set for $12.50. Call
and see me. Otilce hours from H::to a. in.,
until 6 p.m. feb2tlly
UP WITH THEPR0 CESSION !
in all kinds of country produce, chick
ens, eggs.lmtter and nice country hams.
Full line of Family Suplieit.
J. T. L. COCHRAN,
ttOViMflm lift hell Itlork, West 7h Street.
T. KI. (lOKIH)N'.
O. P. HUTLEPOK
Gordon & Rutledge,
District Agents for the
Tire Insurance Company.
FARM IlEPARTMENT.-PolUlen writ
ten n the Installment Plan.
Office: Masonic Building, Columbia,
Dr: J. D. SMITH,
'Offick: Branch Block, West Seventh
Street, between Uethell House and M.
Office hours, 9 a. m to 4 p. in. sept? ly
Watchmaker and Jeweler,
And dealer la
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry,
Fiue watch and Jewelry
repairing a specialty.
Bethell Hlork, : COLUMBIA, TENS
TVTio ran think
of tome simple
Protect yonr Mew: ther may bring" yon wealth.
Write JOHN WKDDEKBtRN A CO., Patent Attor.
Beys, Wellington, D. C, for the Ir $!.) prtlfl otlw
Mdllst of to bundrfel luTeoiloDa wanted.
Mr. X. M. Jones Elected to Fill Al
. dcrniaii Frlerson's Place.
Fire Committee Makes a Kick Against
the Service Kendereit by the Water
and Light Company,
The Board of Mayor and Alder
men met in regular monthly session
at the City Hall last Friday night.
All the members, except Messrs.
Figuers and Frierson, were present,
and a good amount of business was
The resignation of Mr. J. H. Fri
erson, Alderman from the Fourth
Ward, was accepted, and Mr. N. M.
Jones was unanimously elected to
serve out his unexpired term. Mr.
R. D. Peters was also placed in
nomination, but his name was with
drawn before the ballot was taken.
The Chairman of the Street Com
mittee asked for an appropriation of
$700 for street work, which was
The Chairman of the Fire Com
mittee reported that the Water and
Light Company had agreed to put in
a fire plug at the Athenreum.
The City Grain and Feed Com
pany petitioned the Board to per
mit them to build a trestle on 11th
street, alongside their mill. Re
ferred to Street Committee.
An appropriation of $50 was made
It was ordered that the Fire Com
mittee notify the Superintendent of
the Columbia Water and Light
Company, and also Messrs. Bigelow
and Parriah, that the service ren
dered by said company was unsatis
factory, and unless corrected and
made satisfactory necessary steps
would be taken by the Board to pro
tect the city in its rights.
The petitions to erect an electric
light on the corner of High and 5th
streets, and one on South Main
street, were referred to the Light
Messrs. George T. Hughes, Chas.
A. Parker and Robt. C. Church
were re-elected members of the
Sinking Fund Committee, and were
given authority to convert corpora
tion warrants into security.
Mrs. Margaret Myers Rushton,
wife of the late James Rushton,
died in Birmingham, Ala., last
Tuesday at 10 a. m., at the ripe old
age of 87 years. The remains were
brought to Columbia Tuesday
and carried to the residence of
Mr. W. T. Chaffin n East Main
street. Dr. D. C. Kelley con
ducted the funeral services at the
First Methodist church, Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock, and the re
mains were interred in Rose Hill
Cemetery. An only son Mr. Wil
liam J. Rushton, of Birmingham-
survives her, her husband having
preceded her to the grave two
years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Rushton
came to Columbia from New york
about the year 1807, and during their
entire residence here were regarded
with the utmost esteem and respect
by everyone. About a year after
her husband's death, Mrs. Rushton
moved to Birmingham, where she
lived with her son until the time of
Mr. L. M. Alford was born Febru
ary 19, lfMH, and departed this life
last Tuesday, May 4, at his residence
on the Pulaski pike, about two miles
from Columbia. The funeral servi
cess were conducted at the residence
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clek by
Revs. W. A. Provine and F. B. Webb,
and the remains were interred at
Rose Hill Cemetery, with Masonic
honors. The pall -bearers were,
C. C. Gross, J. H. Frierson, F. M.
Vaughan, M. Ruttle, J. M. Cabler
and W. A. Voss. Decease! leaves a
wife and six children ; Mrs. Aul, of
Nashville, Miss Annie, of Pulaski;
Me&srs. Will and Lambert, of Ar
kansas, and Messrs. Roy and Eugene,
of this city. Mr. Alford was a car
penter by trade, and was well-known
throughout the county. He has
many friends who deeply regret his
Miss Etta Brazier, daughter of
Mr. Willis Brazier, died at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Dooley,
near Center Star last Friday, April
30, at the age of 22 years. The
funeral services were conducted at
the residence Saturday at 1 p. m., by
Rev. H. A. Gray, and the remains
were interred in the Hard ison grave
yard. Deceased had been a mem
ber of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Church for eight years, and was
liked b3r everyone. She lived in Co
lumbia for several years, and while
here made many friends who will
regret to hear of her death. A
father, three brothers and two sis
Armstead Baughan died at the
residence of his mother, Mrs. Julia
Brown, last Friday, April 30, In the
47th year of his age. The funeral
services were conducted at the resi
dence Saturday evening at 3 o'clock,
by Rev. W. T. Ussery, and the re
mains were interred in Rose Hill
Cemetery. Deceased had been in
ill health for many months, his
death being caued from consump
tion. Hank of Columbia.
A 5 per cent pro rata will be paid
to the creditors of the Bank of Co
lumbia on the 1st of June, 1897.
may 7-28. A. N. Akin, Trustae.
LIVE STOCK X0TES.
Messrs. Smith & Nichols, of Shady
Grove, shipped four car-loads of
hogs and beer cattle irom liodwin
last Saturday. Mr. M. E. Allen
also shipped one car of sheep, lambs
and hogs from the same place.
Seventeen cars of stock for the
Louisville markets left Godwin
Jethro Anderson shipped a car
load of hogs to Louisville Wednes
day. W. J. Moore sold this week 4 mules
to Will Cheairs, 3 to Will Southall,
and 1 to Mr. Pennington, of Mt.
Do You Use1
We have just received a new
lot of Palmer's Fine Per
fumes, Toilet Waters, Toilet
Soaps and Babv Powder.
PALMER'S Garland of Roses, Gar
land of Violets and Fashion
are the very latest; thlng,and
the best odors we have ever
seen. All of Palmer's Per
fumes are lasting. There are
teveral of our own prepara
tions just in season now.
ALCORN'S Syrup of Bed Clover is
the very best blood purifier
you can use.
ALCORN'S Celery and Kola Com
pound is a fine tonic and ap-
ALCORN'S Elixir of Cod Liver Oil
is just in season now. There
is no better time to use
ALCORN'S --In ft bilious Remedy than
ALCORN'S Worm Syrup makes the
pale and week children rud
dy and strong.
Don't forget us when you want
some paint; but remember we sell
Jfammar Faint ready for the brush
at $1.05 per gallon. There is no bet
ter paint made and we guarantee it.
We can Bell you any brand of White
Lead you want at the lowest price.
GEORGE S. ALCORN,
OVER THE COUNTY
Cabinet photos,$1.50doz.at Young's.
Mr. Jno. P. Kittrell is visiting his
daughter in the Lipscomb neighbor
hood. The most destructive rain ex-
Eerienced in the Concord neighbor
ood this spring fell last Thursday.
Miss Alice Bond, of Mt. Pleasant,
is visiting the family of Capt. E. M.
Hearn. Franklin Review-Appeal.
Johnnie Brown, of the Groveland
neighborhood, had one of his arms
broken last week by being thrown
by a mule.
Several thousand dollars to loan on
real estate mortgages. Money may
be had on day of application. No
delay. W. J. Embky & Co. 2t
Our Mt. Pleasant correspondent
tells of a counterpane, belonging to
Mrs. W. H. Ladd, that was made in
Ireland nearly 200 years ago.
Mrs Amanda Ring, our "Amanda"
from Lasea, and her mother Mrs.
Jones and daughter Miss Jones,
favored our office with a call yes
terday. Mr. Milton Matthews, while work
ing on Mr. W. J. Fly's barn uear
McCain's last week, fell and dis
located his ankle and sustained
other painful injuries.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Perry visited
Mrs. Perry's parents, Capt. and
Mrs. Scott Jennings, at Mt. Pleasant,
this week, before returning to their
future home in Madison county.
The Citizens' Telephone line from
Godwin to Theta is being rapidly
constructed. Dr. Haywood, Messrs.
Dodson, Gooch and Fitzgerald, of
Knob Creek, will have phones in
The Methodist church at Water
Valley has been given a new coat of
paint, and to-morrow all the mem
bers are invited to help put down
the new carpet and give the yard a
thorough spring cleaning.
The neighborhood of Sawdust Val
ley, was visited by an exceedingly
heavy rain on Thursday of last
week, considerable damage being
done crops, fences and roads. The
storm was accompanied by con
siderable thunder and lightning.
Strayed or stolen, one dark brown
(nearly black) mule, about 15 hands
high, 3 years old, branded "W" on
left jaw; when last seen had rope
on. $5 reward for return of mule to
Columbia Stock Yards, or to me.
tf Thos. H. Williams.
"C. P." writing from Santa Fe,
should remember that the Herald
does not publish anonymous com
munications. It is exceedingly
strange, as often as our readers have
been told that, that they continue to
waste time, ink, paper and postage,
on anonymous communications to
We Believe in Bnyini Groceries
that will suit our customers, both
in quality and price. You will
possibly want at this season of
the year Oat Meal, Shredded
Wheat, Maple Syrup, Salad
Dressing, Vegetables, Strawber
ries, etc., which you can get at
our store fresh and nice.
Orders for Ice
left at the store or handed to the
drivers of our delivery wagons
will have prompt attention.
We have the ground rock salt,
the proper thing for freezing ice
cream and sherbet.
M.Vl'RY ( OIXI Y TEACH Ells'
AsxiK'liit ion lliilil Hit In eretni; Meeting
At Mt. I'leHHlinl.
Saturday, May 1st, the Maury
County teacher's lield their regular
monthly meeting. As they had
been cordially invited tore-visit Mt.
Pleasant, it was decided at the
April meeting to hold the next one
at the Howard Institute, in Mt.
Pleasant. Quite a large number of
teachers and visitors had assembled
in the chapel, and gave very close
attention to the following program:
Prayer .. Mr. J. II. Dinning.
Welcome Address ,Kev. Mr. t'ouey.
Vocal Solo Miss (ioodson.
Primary Arithmetic. ..Supt. Dodson.
Life of W. Cable Miss Figures.
Creoles of Louisiana Mr. Buchanan.
History of Tennessee.. .Mr. A. C. Allen.
Solo ...Miss Goodson.
Owing to the inability of the
President to be in Columbia at t lie
June meeting of the Institute, Mr.
Turner, Vice-President, will take the
office, and Mr, A. C. Allen was
elected as Vice-President. It was
also decided not to have a vocal
music teacher employed during the
Institute. A letter wa9 received
from Mr. Miller, who is to conduct
the Institute, and the following pro
gramme was read:
Monday, June 14: morning: General
talk to teachers; Primary, Knglish and
Composition. Afternoon. U. S. His
tory, Period of Colonization and Set
Tuesday, June 15; morning : English
Grammar, The Noun, Punctuation; U.
S. History, The Colonial and Revolu
tionary Periods. Afternoon. Pedagogy,
Elements of Mental Philosophy;
Wednesday, June 10; morning: Eng
lish Grammar, Verb, Conjunction, Com
plex Sentence; Pedagogy; The Recita
tion. Afternoon. Geography, Method
of Teaching; Physical Geography, The
Growth of the Earth.
Thursday, June 17; morning: Gram
mar, Correcting of Errors in Speech and
Writing; U. S. History, From Washing
ton to Lincoln. Afternoon. Physiology
for Primary Pupils; Elocution vs. Head
ing. Friday, June 18; morning: English
Language, Grammar and Composition;
U. S. History, From Lincoln to McKin
ley. Afternoon. Temperance Teach
ing in the Public Schools; Physical
Geography, Currents Tides, Eclipses.
Night. Illustrated Lecture on Elec
tricity. Saturday, June 19; morning:
Geography, Influence of Environment
Upon the Human Races; Pedagogy,
School Government. Afternoon.
Rhetoric; Physics, Heat and Light.
The following resolution was read
and approved : Beit
licHolved. That the members of
the Teachers' Association offer a
hearty vote of thanks to the teachers
and citizens of Mt. Pleasant for
their generous hospitality extended
to us to-day.
The people of Mt. Pleasant are
noted for their lavish hospitality,
and those who have been fortunate
enough to enjoy their kindness
know the treat which was enjoyed
by those who were in attendance
Saturday. The visiting teachers
were met at the depot by a com
mittee who carried them to the
place in carriages and buggies. The
dinner was one long to be remem
bered, both from its elegance and
the bountiful amount which was
spread on three long tables, in one
of the rooms adjoining the chapel.
After the meeting was over the
teachers visited the phosphate
mines and friends In town until it
was time to board the train for
home. This is the second time the
Association lias met in Mt. Pleasant,
and the welcome exteuded on both
occasions was very hearty and
The next meeting will be held at
the Public School building in Co
lumbia, Saturday, June 5, when the
following program will be carried
Tennessee history from 1815 to 1847,
with special reference to the Banking
System and Internal Improvements.
Class conducted by A. ('. Allen.
How to teach writing? Miss Ella Cox.
When can the study of Literature be
most advantageously commenced, and
what Is the best method of teaching
it in lower grades? Discussion led by
Miss Annie Long.
Duty of a teacher to his class in pre
paring his own lesson. H. L. Harris.
Mr. Thos. S. Xeely,
Will do the principal part of the
work on all binders and mowers,
that we repair this season.
It Chak & Fisher.
Miss Walker's School.
Miss Mary Walker's private school
for children will be closed with
appropriate exercises next Friday,
May 14. The children have been
making preparations for several
weeks, ana a nice program will be
Lafayette Chapter Royal Arch
Masons will have a stated meeting
in the Masonic Hall next Monday
nijrht at 8 o'clock.
Columbia Lodge of Masons will
hold a meeting next Thursday night
at 8 o'clock.
What a Postal Card Will Do.
It will bring the lowest prices.
It will show the finest designs.
It will show where to buy.
It will save you money.
It will make you proudof the work
you yet, if directed to
S. P. Payne,
Box 121. Columbia, Tenn.
The choir bovs of St. Peter's
church will give an Ice cream and
strawberry festival on next Tues
day, the 11th, in the rectory yard.
The boys will serve from 4 to 10 p.
m. They are worthy workers. Give
them a call.
I want to buy and am prepared to
pay the highest market price.
inay7 3t R. Holding.
A Tribute to Trotwood.
Prof. Henry J. Fusch, Principal of
the Elkmont High School, writing
to the Editor of the Herald, says:
"John Trotwood Moore has writ
ten many sweet and poetic verses,
but his lines to Greece in this week's
Herald is just a little the best I
have seen from his gifted pen. The
genius of a Byron, the patriotism of
a O'Hara and the pathos of a Burns
are mingled in this gem."
All new and nat patterns,
which we will offer at one
fourth less than regular price,
as we bought this lot very
cheap, and we will give our
customers the benefit of the
deal by offering this lot at
very low prices.
Ask to see our 4gC, 5c and 6c papers.
We have also added a new line of
We handle all kinds of Window
shades. Extra size shades order
ed very cheap.
Complete, all colors 20c.
Also 8, 10 12 foot, poles, all col
Full line of white-wash brush
es 8c, 10c, 15c, 24c to 49c each.
Also paint and varnish brushes,
all kinds cheap.
Fire screens 10c, 15c to 24c each.
Matches 8c dozen boxes.
Sixty clothes pins for 5c.
Large box blueing 3c,
two for 5c.
Two large bars good laundry
soap, for 5c.
Chair bottoms, all sizes 4c up.
Give us a call.
For the OonfeuVrate Iteuninn In Nash
ville, June 11, 23 and 24.
At the regular meeting: of the
members of the Bivouac and other
Confederates, held at the court house
last Monday, the following commit
tees were appointed to get up pro
visions to do Maury County's part in
feeding the old Confederates at the
Reunion at Nashyille, June 22, 23
and 24. Those whose names are
mentioned are requested to appoint
as many to assist them in getting up
the things as they may deem proper.
cet every Maury uountlan lend a
helping hand and make the reunion
a grand success.
The heroes who stood at Donelson.
lranklin and Nashville, will pur
haps for the first time smce thev
stood in battle array, visit Tennes
see soil ; and as we received .them
then; with open arms and free hos
pitality, let us now receive them in a
more hospitable manner if possible.
This may and will be, doubtless.
with many the last time we will be
called upon to entertain this noble
band. So let everybody do all they
can and keep Maury County and
Tennessee's fair name in the high
standard for hospitality and the love
of the scared veterans which she has
enjoyed so long.
Anything turned over to the com
mittee named will be forwarded to
the Chairman, John L. Jones. Co
lumbia, Tenn., who will see that
everything is shipped to Nashville,
the railroad agreeing to ship every
thing given free. Everything must
be in Columbia by 10 o'clock,
Things most wanted: Hams, cook
ed and raw, cooked preferred : mid
dling, meal, flour, butter, esrgs in
cases or boxes, lard, corn light bread,
poultry alive in coops, beeves on
IV. L DOUGLAS
I wa& V l
Shoes because they
are th best.
For Ml by
McKennon, A nderson & Poster.
C. H. A. GERDING & CO ,
Union Street, -. NASHYILLE TENN.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
ICE CREAM, CAKES, CANDIES,
Parties and Weddings supplied on
When in Nashville call and get a good
lunch for 20 ce-nts.
Dr. Jos. T. Meadors,
Garden Street, between 7th and 8th.
Columbia, : Tenn.
Telephone No. 72,
TITCOMB'S DRUG STORE.
The "Old Reliab!"" is still "on top."
Our motto Is: "Purity, Accuracy and Hon.
Prescriptions Filled wtth care at all hours,
Compound Extract Sarsaparilla
FOR THE BLOOD!
And don't forget that we are had
quarters for ,
Pure Soda Water,
Corner South Main Street and Publio
Square, COLUMBIA, TENN.
J. A. TITCOMB, Prop.
est Seventh Street, Next to Methodist
Church, OoruMBiA, Tknn.
ill work and perfect satisfaction guaranteed
foot, lambs on foot, pigs on foot,
pickles of all kinds, sugar, coffee,
and in fact everything that will go
to make a soldier's meal. In fact,
if you have none of these things, we
will not turn away your spare cash.
1 District. 11. S. Elam, (J. W. Fly, E.
N. Wool lai d.
2. W. II. Edwards.
H. O. P. Cheek, J. II. Cillesple.
4. J. V. Beckett, W. It. (irisham, S. S.
5. B. S. Thomas, W.T. ( Jalloway, J. T.
Jones, J. H. Voss.
I). M. B. Tomllnson, N. . Cockrell, J.
T. Bellanfant, J. R.Gracy.
7. Jasper Horn, Dr, E. C. Thompson,
S. P. Perry, Ira Harris.
8. .1. X. Alexander, Wilson Trousdale,
(i. W. Brown, J. Howell Thomas, Abb
!t. J. T. Williamson, .1. IT. Fussell, H.
(J. Evans, A. (). P. Nicholson, h H.
Estes, J. K. Farrell, Thomas M. Glenn,
W. J. Dale, Win. Littletield, T. F. Flem
ing, W. B. Gordon, Sims Latta, Mort
Hodce, W. H. Lipscomb, Theo Lip
scomb, W. H. Watson, H. C. Harlan, Dr.
J. G. Williamson, Dr. J. II. Williams,
Dr. J. H. Wilkes, 11. A. Brown.
10. D. F. Watkins, Dr. Jos. E. Dixon,
W. B. Wood.
11. John Gilbreath, Thomas English,
H. B. Douglas, Albert Holt, J. M. Gld
dens. li W. S. Jennings.
11. S. H. Watkins, Maj. Lem Long, N.
F. Cheairs, Tom Webster, Arch Lip
scomb. 14. W. T. Porter, Loyd Cecil, II. N.
Mayberry, John C. Johnson Capt.
15-K. O. O. Kirk, A. B. Biflle.
17. Frank B.Craig, W. H. Ladd, V. O.
Houser, T. M.Hogan.
18. B. M. Johnson, J. R. Holmes, T. C.
l'J. C. S. Nichols, J. A. McKay, T. D.
Simons, A. T. Harbison, J. K. Polk,
E. J. Davis.
20. It. II. Blockwell, E. F. Stone, Hoy
21. W. H Mitchell, . I. A. Baker, (i. O.
Daimwood, I.ovick Loftin, W. F. llol
man, W. T. Mitchell.
22. T. E. Jameson, A. McKissack, J. A.
Sanders, F. M. Fitzgerald.
li't. C. B. Jones.
24. S. M. Jones, W. II. Davis, It. B.
2."). J. M. Crowe, J. P. Straly.
John L. Jones, chairman.
This famous and popular health
resort will open the season of 1897
on or about June 10, under the man
agement of Park Bros. See their
card in another column.
Jumped Ills Board Hill.
W. G. Renfro, of Mt. Pleasant,
swore out a State's warrant this
week for the arrest of one John
Young, who had been boarding with
Renfro and suddenly took his de
parture, leaving an $18 debt behind
him. Young was arrested and given
a preliminary hearing before Judge
Looney Tuesday, and his trial was
set for this morning. Under a law
enacted by the late Legislature,
'jumping board bills is made a
The Style. Fit and Wear
could not be Improved lor
Double the Price.
V. L. Douglas $150, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc the
productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma-
. i i . ... . .
itnai possioic to put into snots sold at these prices.
We make also $2.50 and $125 shoes for men, and
$2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L.
lAwgias hvJOU rolice shoe, very suitable for
letter-carriers, policemen and others having
much walking to do.
We are constantly adding new styles to our
already larne variety, and there is no rea
son why yon cannot be suited, so insist on
naving w. l. Douglas Shoes from your
We nse only the best Calf, Russia Calf
(an coiorsi, trench ratfnt Calf,
French Enamel, Vici Kid, etc.,
graded to correspond with prices
If dealer cannot supply you,
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mast.
Catalog lb 1'bee.