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THE COJX'MUIA IIKUALI): FRIDAY, SEPTEMliEli 21, 1807.
We have them in
in all the new
styles and toes.
we are "trictly up to date with
price- right, as we bought in
May before the advance in
Leather. We can suit you in
Price, totality and Htyle.
Dur Men's Now Fall Hats are in.
We will nmtinue the slaughter on
-umnK-r goods in Ladies' Oxfords,
Misses' Slippeisand Negligee Shirts.
We cordially invite you to in-pect
our new goods.
( I T ritu KS.
Forth" pri'si-rit we will si ll Side Spring
Hui'k wngmis lit J.M.m; Kinl Spring lit O.ni,
Top r.iii-'L'i' s w ith Snrvi-ii Wle-els. ii-n nine
I.i'iitlii-r f'asliion ami Back,fT..Vi; all strict
ly spot riihh,
" Ki ne Uuggji's i lii'iipt-r tlian anybody.
It J. 1'. STKKKT A Co.
Tin- f'f It'!! h t lie only one to lmy
nr drills nr" "l.ii -k nuiiiturs." Tin-
nor is t hi- nnlv mirecisfiil disc drill, and up-to-iliit"
f ii'Mi. r. shiiuld have tile bet. Only
drill iiiiiile w ith si pnrnte wii cups for outs
and for w lea!. J. 1. Stkkkt A fc. It
For Boys aii Girls,
Mt. rieunaiit, Maury County Tenn.
full Til in l'.ei;aii nt,-nt :il, IS!)?.
Itonnl X'iO p-r Term.
(Tuition Cioni J; to i-r ii ' ii t It .
Students i-nt'-r Vamlerliilt I'niversity on
-i'lTt l Ili-lit e.
"Unwind Inst it ute Is one of the wry best
srltoolH in nil the patronizing territory of
" aiian ldlt I' niversit v."
J. H. KIKKI.AND.f'hnncellor.
A'lini!. iV, t I'niveisitv, Nashville, felin.
.i:i: I f it r.; AINS
in mv I v i .;. Y'e have Just bought
n! Job lo! price Jiu ksnn wimons. ussorteil
l';l,.:i. inid :( , im-ii. We propoHe to close
lliein out tit oin-e for cash at cut prices.
nine quick if j on want 11 wami at ii.") to
$7.5n each less ili;i:i any ol her wugou.
It J. I. STRKT A CO.
l W. KLEIN,
Ky an entirely new
lirncemt 1 am enabled
to make an ai'curate lit. in most cases
without Hie use of Atropine or any other
firm; whntev.-r. rrnifit)ently located at
Nrtvlty Milliner)' ( iiliiiiibia. Trim.
expect -onie Hleel ruillter
price onl v f.Vi.nn.
J. P. ST..KKT A ( O.
Nett week w.
superior I n il K :
We have wold one car Whrat Urills. are
now tiiklnn ordern fur another. If you
want a Idsc lirill. Shoe InM or lres Prill,
v'lve your order quick and Ret a Hoosler,
'tli': only reliable drill on the market.
It satiekki tn A lIIIISOS.
I iiprofltahle Disrnssloii.
The only profit in a discussion is
in the light that comes out of it.
Whether light may be fairly expect
ed, depends partly upon the subject,
and partly upon the motives and
(relative positions uf the disputants.
The discussion of those things, for
instance, which Ood has chosen not
to reveal can never yield a ray of
light. On the other hand, the dis
cussion of a proper subject with an
Improper motive as merely to get
the better of another in an argument
is not apt to yield any light,
though it may generate a good deal
of heat. And, again, neither a
proper subject, intr a proper motive,
nor both together, can make profit
able a discussion between two men
who are immovably flted on op
posite side of a question. The point
to consider i not merely whether a
fubjeet properly admits f discus
sion, but who may be properly ad
mitted to the discussion. Only as
i nch cue is willing and eager to gain
all the light possible, even at the
expense of "luring his case," can
discussion be other than profitless.
VMAI.LLII FOR LtTTKKS.
The following is the list of letter re
maining in the post-oinee, Tor the week
ending Sent, 'jl, KC
Hrown ('snip Kelly S Y
Hrown Miss sue 'LhNipI S W
Mam Lillian Lester J W
Church Mi r.ug'n Lewis Leonard
lioasoii ' 1
Floyd H W
Fitzcerald Mrs H
ioodman Miss t
Hart Mrs W T
Henderson Mrs M
Hn ks.n Monroe
Little Miss f.ula
Littlep.hn Mrs X
Montgomery F M
Morgan C C
Fickett F. TV
Porter Miss Katnie
Price J W
Holden Mrs H
Spendel Mrs Hottie
llollingsod A C, Ike Time Miss Bird 2
Hunter Cecil Tuckett Miss Mary
Irwin AtiiHiida Waller Miss Mar v"
Jack Mr (barber) Wendell Mm Eug'n
Johnson Uichai J West Mis9 Mattie2
Kellv J S Witlan Mrs M It
W illiams CH Williams L B
Parties callinfftor the above letters
will please say advertised.
II. .F. Fariss, P. M.
W FBI I SHflFS
...... bu 1 lia.1. U;iWLU
ser mi. . wi
tija(;f:dv at .mt. m: is.vt.
HiiiI II 111 i c shoot- anil Kill Ilor
II iylt er.
The usually quiet and peaceable
little town of Mt. Pleasant was
thrown into a state of excitement
Tuesday hv the killinc of Doc HL'h
tower by W. T. ( Bud ) Phillips. The
participants were both white men
and well-known at that place. There
were several versions of the story in
reg--ird to the matter, hut the facts
as we learn them from a reliable
so'irce. seem to about as follows:
Phillips and Higbtower had en
iraged in a quarrel during the first
part of the day. and it is said that
Miditower struck Phillips. The lat
ter went oft up town, and returned
during the afternoon and called
Htehtower out of the place where
he was working. Hu'htower came
out and started towards Phillips,
(and was still advancing when !
lips pulled his pistol and fired ;i
shooting four times, three balls tak
ing e'fect in his assailant's head and
one in his side, causing death in a
few minutes. When found, High
tower, it is claimed, had an open
knife in his hand.
After the shooting Phillips went
immediately to a livery-stable near
by, procured a horse and left the
town at a rapid gait. The olUcers
knew nothing of the killing until
an hour afterwards, when tSheritf
Webb was telephoned for and went
to the scene. Chae was given, but
it was found that Phillips had turn
ed oil the main road a few miles from
town, and search had to be aban
doned lor that day. Next morning
the horse which Phillips rode away
was found hitched in front of the
stable where it belonged, but how it
came there nobody seems to know.
Higbtower was a married man
and bad five children. He has been
working in the phosphate mines,
and though peaceable when sober,
was considered a dangerous man
when under the influence of whisky.
Both men were drinking that day.
Phillips is unmarried; he formerly
lived in Columbia, and was a saloon
A party who was near the scene of
of the killing and saw a part of it,
was in Columbia yesterday and
made this statement. He said that
Phillips saw H'ghtower start from
his place of business in the direction
of where he lived; that he (Phillips)
ran and intercepted his victim and
shot him down, the first shot killing
Higbtower, after which Phillips
walked up to him while he was
lying prostrate on his face on the
g'round. and shot him three times
in the back of the head; then hur
riedly leaving he made his escape.
Which version is true, the Hkr
a I I) is unable to state.
It was reported at firt that no oiip
saw the ditllculfy. It is now stated
that two men saw it. and that their
statements make a bad case against
Phillips, so far as the public knows
has not been heard from since the
killing; but it is generally believed
that be has not gone far, and that
his friends know where he is.
Cheapest Line ok-
School Books. School Supplies,
Biiskcts, Satchels, etc.. etc
Wull I'n per, '', Ojr, O.'r, rlr.
Jlihlfx jne; Ti'xttt npntn O.'r.
Hit) rt'ilurtinn in Ifammorkx.
lUijijcut Tablet in Town (i:,c.
may 14 . I). FKIEKSON.
There are now 147 pupils enrolled
at this popular school, under the
management or siesrs. Jesse loin
linson and W. H.Turner; secondary,
Mrs. Jesse TomMnson, and Miss
Lilv Roberts, primary.
The two front rooms have been
arranged so that they can be thrown
into one large hall, where the entire
school assembles each morning for
Misses Kate Avuelotte ana iMiima
Jones have joined the class in book
Junius uosiin, lien uowiey ana
Pleas Englan are now attending
Misses Nellie and Lindsay Tom-
linson, of Culleoka, are staying with
the family of Mr. Jesse Tomlinson,
and attending the McDowell school.
liertie McNight. of Ashwood, en
tered the 4th grade this week.
Janie Cardwell, of the 6th grade,
accidently hurt one of her feet so
severely last week that she has not
been able to return to school.
flavor rich in color,
synonymous of our
Coia'mbia Mill & Elevator
Mnnry County Tpacliers' Association.
In consideration of the fact that
the Confederate Reunion will be
held at Mt. Pleasant, Saturday, Oc
tober 2, which is the day for the
next regular meeting of Maury
County Teachers' Association, mem
bers of the Association think it ad
visable that the meeting be post
poned until Saturday, October 9,
when the Association will meet at
Blanche Scott, Sec'ty.
Notice to the Public.
All merchants who are members
of the Jewish congregation of this
city, will close their respective
places of business on Monday the
27th, and Tuesday the 28th of this
month, for holiday observances.
Lightest, whitest, best. All grocers
Colvmbia Mill A Elevator Co
Thinks Vie Have Kerosene.
Mr. A. J. Fry, of Little Creek,
Ala., is in Maury County prospect
ing for oil. He thinks this county
is on the big oil belt which passes
through Pennsylvania. With phos
phate, pearls and oil .wells, Maury
will turn r its nose at the glitter
ing KloudiKe regions.
Do Not Suffer From Ciiills.
We make a chill cure that we
guarantee to cure any case of
chills. This is n t a patent
medicine !uarante. You do
not have to go before a notary ;
public and make affl lavit that ,
you took it just so. You simply I
come to us and tell us you took
it according to direction, and if
it did not cure your chills, we
give you back your money. We
ALCORN'3 COLD TABLETS
to cure a cold in one dav: they
are not poisonous, as are most of
the patent remedies for cold, but
cure a cold quicker than any
other remedy we know.
ALCORN'S COUGH SYRUP
relieves a cough almost instant-
Alcorn's Tasteless Elixir of Cod Liver
Oil is as pleasant to take as port
wine, and is the best remedy we
know for chronic cough, ca
tarrh, consumption and all throat
and lung diseases.
Prescriptions are our specialty.
We have a competent registered
prcscriptionist always in charge.
GEORGE S. ALCORN.
OVEIi THE COUNTY
Tin Types for 5c at Yoiwg'.s. tf
Apple cider is on tap and sor
ghum is ripe.
C. II. Hharp pays the highest
prices for pearls. It
The new depot building at Mt.
Pleasant is nearing completion.
T. W. Faires has been appointed
postmaster at Uigbyville, vice E. M.
The protracted meeting is still in
progress at Union Orove, conducted
by Rev. Mr. Gray.
Three brick store-houses and an
Odd Fellows' hall have just been
completed at Mt. Pleasant.
Miss House, of Franklin, has ac
cepted a position to teach school
near Andrews, in Maury County.
Thirty-five pupils from McCain's
Academy, chaperoned by Profs.
Harris ami Hcott, saw the "White
City" at Nashville last Saturday.
Mr. W. X. Fuller and daughter,
Miss Laura, who have been visiting
relatives in this and adjoining coun
ties, left Monday for their home in
North Carolina, via the Centennial.
Gartner Bros., are now cutting
tires for I1..HJ and putting in new
spokes for 10 cent. No extra charge
for new bolts or wedging up wheels.
These are cash prices. It
A corn crio containing 10) barrels
of corn and a wagon and mare, be
longing to Mr. V. M. Cheairs of
Spring Hill, were destroyed by fire
last Saturday night. The barn was
also slightly damaged.
A matrimonial epidemic has been
raging in the vicinity of Campbell's
Station lately. Our correspondent,
"Jim Dandy," reports twelve fatal
cases in his letter this week.
Strange to say, other places are no.
quarantining against the malady.-
M'. and Mrs. F. T. Leftwich, of
Memphis, after a delightful visit of
several weeks to relatives in the
Hampshire neighborhood of this
county, returned home last Monday,
stopping a day or two at tho Cen
tennial. Roy Clark, a young white man,
was tried before Esquires Cochran
and Hellanfant at Campbell's last
Saturday, charged with attempted
rape upon Reno Ingram, a little
white girl. The proof not sustain
ing the case the magistrates dis
charged the defendant and taxed
the prosecutor, the girl a mother,
with the costs. J. Shelby Coffey,
Esq., represented the defendant.
The Democrat's Picnic.
The special train for the Maury
Democrat's outing at Summertown
will leave the depot in Columbia to
morrow at 9:2i) a. m., and returning
in the eveninsr will leave Summer
town at 4:55.
THE MORNING COP
of cofTee. How the delicious I
brown nectar whets our appetite,
tones up the system, and puts the
brain in condition to do good work.
There's lots of good eotlee in the
world, and you can get it every
time if you go to the right place.
We have good coffee in abundance.
The way it is treated before it reaches
you has a great deal to do with its
goodness. Six lbs of our Roasted
Blepd for $1.00.
Icd Tea is refreshing these hot
day. We have the Tea that will
suitpou to a "T,"in price and quali-
!E. iW. Gamtiie Grocgry Go.
I ile l if i,. T
ui Is Still (ir.nvin,'. mnl
l!ei.!Mi(-i's are Sca-ce.
"atal IXrlliiilly l'.irui-iu It ml l'liillip
ami ! Highlower e::h of
Mr. II. 1'rnytor.
Pl.KAS.VNT, Sept. L'j .-
s still growing rapidlv.
iw tlepot building is nearin
pletion ; it is something thi
I j h needed for some time.
Messrs. Stewart and Irwin have
just finished a lovely cottage, on
Seminary street, for Dr. Henry
Long, and Mrs. Henry Long is hav
ing quite an addition built to her
house, which will improve the ap
pearance of her already lovely home.
Two spacious brick business houses,
1 on the square, will soon be readv
for occupancy ; one the property of
Dr. J. S. Hill", and the other Walter
Harnett's. Dwellings are being built
on almost every street here; they
are springing up almost as fast as
lunchrooms, and still the demand for
houses is greater than the supply.
Our excellent schools are bringing
intelligent families here to educate
their children. Our rich phosphate
mines are attracting both capitalists
and the working class. We have a
number of people here from the
Eastern continent who are investing
their money in our rich mines, and
realizing a fair profit therefrom.
People who have children to edu
cate could not find better schools
than wo have. A great many board
ing pupils are in school here, and
both schools are increasing each
On the evening of Sept. 19th. God
in His infinite wisdom saw
proper to remove from our midst
Mr. R. Praytor; his remains were
carried to Birmingham for inter
ment, that place being his former
home. He had been sick feeveral
weeks with typhoid fever; he was a
young man of sterling business qual
ities, and was assisting in managing
the business of Worthington mines
when he was taken sick. The
bereaved family have the sympathy
of our people.
Mrs. Barrow's residence, situated
one mile East of this place, was con
sumed by fire Sunday night. As
there was no one at home, it is
thought the house was robbed and
then set on fire. This 'good woman
has many friends who regret to hear
of her loss.
. A fighting affray occurred here at
the depot on the evening of the 2lst
between Bud Phillips and Tom
Higbtower. which resulted in the
killing of Higbtower. They had
some words in the morning, and met
again late in the afternoon, and the
quarrel came up again. Higbtower
was rushing on Phillips with a knife,
when he shot him several times
through the head and once through
the body, causing instant death.
Higbtower leaves a wife and several
children. He had been told that
morning that if he did not stop drink
ing and attend to his own affairs,
some cue would kill him; he was an
overbearing character. Mr. Phillips'
friends regret the killing very much.
Hightowerwas buried at Hunter's
grave-yard. Phillips is still atlarge.
Prof. Buchanan, who has been
sick for some time with typhoid
fever, is improving. His sister, Miss
Anna, is filling his position in the
Seminary very satisfactorily to both
pupils and patrons.
Mr. John Brownlow s youngest
child, which has been seriously ill
for several days, is recovering.
Uev. John Lvle, or Lewisourg,
preached in the Presbyterian church
here Sunday. I his church is with
out a pastor at present, but the con
gregation hopes to have one soon.
Mr. Lyle has many friends here wno
are always glad to see him. S.
A first class milch cow, giving 3
gallons a day. Also a good gasoline
cook-stove, which I will sell for $6.
It Apply to J. P. Herxdox.
Fire at Cotton Factory.
Fire started in the stable at the
Cotton Factory last Sunday after
noon at 1 o'clock and quickly 6pread
to the ware-house, completely con
suming these buildings and their
contents, and damaging a residence
close by to a small extent. The loss
was about $1,500, and no insurance
whatever was carried on this part
of the property. The insufficiency
of the water supply greatly retarded
the firemen in their work in sub
duing the flames.
Farmers and Mule Men.
We will be at the stock yards in
Columbia, Monday, Oct. 4th, to buy
big mules. We will also have young
mules to trade. It will be to your
interest to bring your mules in on
J. W. Howard. St Louis.
J. P. Hudson, New Orleans.
Assaulted by a Tramp.
Sunday evening about 7 o'clock,
Mr. Miller, who boards with Mr. E.
C. Wade on South Garden street,
stepped out into his back yard, and
was struck on the head by some un
known person supposed to be a
tramp with a stick of stove wood,
inflicting a gash about two Inches
long over the right eye. The person
ran away and has not been caught.
1 Mr. Miller's injuries are not serious.
Two cows strayed from my home
in Columbia last week, one a black
Jersey, the other a yellow Jersey.
The finder will be rewarded by re
turning to my home on West Main
Street. Dr.J. O. Williamson.
A little breeze from Klondike, or
somewhere else up North, struck
this county last Monday, bringing
with it ou old friend Jack Frost
and visions of the happy autumn
season with its cool, brisk air, nut
huntings, pumpkin pies, etc. There
was a very light frost Tuesday
morning and a little heavier one
Wednesday, but no material dauv
"ay was" crone.
We have too many La lies Shirt
Waists; while they last we
will offer all of our 4!)c
Lace Curtains, .'sc, 4'.e pair and up.
See our L'trge Towels for 5c and Inc.
Ladies' White Vests. 5c and 10c.
All kinds of Writing Papers and En
velopes. Box Papers, 5?. 10c, I5c to 21c.
Note Paper, plain and ruled, 3c, 5c,
Sc, 10c quire.
25 envelopes in a pack from lc to 10j
Legal ana Foolscap paper, 5c to 9.;
Good pens, all styles. 4c dozen.
Good Lead Pencils, 3c dozen up.
Good Ink and Mucilage, 3c a bottle.
Slate Pencils. 2a dozen.
Plain Slates, 2c, 3c and 4c each.
Covered Slates, 5c and 8c each.
Double Covered Slates, 10c, 15c and
School bags, 5c to 20c each.
Lunch Baskets, 5c, 10c, 15c to 25e
School Tablets, for pencil use. lc to 5c
School Tablets, for ink use, 3c to 9c.
Wall Paper Cheap!
cheaper than ever.
One quart size. 48c dozen.
Half gallon size, 58c dozen.
Ice Cream Freezers at bottom
St, II iii he Lead.
Ten pounds c fTee, $1. Everything
in the grocery line at low prices.
Pure country lard, new sorghum.
Flour at mill prices. Watson &
Bain, South Main St. 'Phone 95. It
To the Voters of the City of Columbia.
All those in sympathy with the
Reform movement inaugurated in
the City government two years ago,
are requested to meet at 7:30 o'clock
to-night, Friday, Sept. 24, in the
room over the Maury National Bank,
knurhts of Honor Hall, for the pur
pose of organizing for the municipal
election to be held in November.
A. 8. James, Chairman.
Mae Seal Leads
The procession. You can't improve
on its baking qualities.
Colombia M ill & Elevator Co.
TltlK, IF THITE.
"We mav live without poetry, music
We may live without conscience, and
live without heart;
We may live without friends, we may
live without fads;
But business to-day can not live with-
For Sale or Exchange.
For sale, an aeed, good saddle
mare, with a fine filly colt by her
side; or will exchange for a good
mule. Apply to
R. W. Watkins,
at Figuers & McLemore's store. It
Garwood's Sarsapanua ror trie blood
guaranteed to cure. A. B. Rains.
Subscribe 'or the Herald.
W. L. DoarUs
Shoe because they
ax the best.
Far sal ky
R AWS FRUIT JARS
Q 9 I i
McKennon, Anderson & Foster.
COAL AND WOOD.
OI.I C I'M 11 Kit L VN'I). KOI I
lil.tH K.JKI 1.IC (I, n:o I
Pl.M'K, anil utlirr ( oil-.
I Prompt ili-livery. Sneriiil iinlm'"iii ii:- 1
' fi'ii il to piiri'liHM-r- ;n lur,'i- quion a
Yard ii. itr tli pol. lti. n' 1 i.-i.li on .-
Hi. Al! AIiKInvii.N.
Dr. M. P. Merrill,
Ullice over Dr. Williamson's oilice, 1 lar-
siriwfstixiiiE oas ku i'usi.i: k
TKAlTloN OF TKKI U.
Offick Horn s;(i a. in. to .-::!m p. ni.
cilia Stoi'kar l, et. als.
In the Comity Court at Columbia, Tetin.
In this cause it appearing from lli
petition wliicn is sworn to, that ni ah
Cross, alias Dawson, Vanee Cr r-, Mary
Ann Cross, Harriet Cms-, Martha Cros'-,
Waiter Cross, Mo.-es Cro--. Mary Cro-s,
Henry Cross, Anthony Cross, 'Mnlissa
Cross, Catharine Cro-s, Celina Cross
and a child of Klvira Cms-; 1 who-e name
and residence are unknown 1, defen
dants in above styled cause are non
residents of the Mate. Thef are there
fore hereby required to appear on or be
fore the first Monday in tii'tolur next,
before the Clerk of said Court at his cf.
tiee in Columbia, Tenn., .and make de
fense to the petition tiled against tli-m
in said court by W. O. (iordoti, Adminis
trator, otherwise the p'titioti will e
taken for confessed. It is further or
dered that this notice be published for
four consecutive weeks in the Colum
This 1st dav of September, lv'7.
k J. F. Wii.F.v, Clerk.
and St Louis Railway.
DON'T FORGET IT! Byth,"K'U.
OF SI'KEK. NAKETY. COM
KUUT, .SATISKACTli N.
on sale at reduced rntes from nil point or.
this line and connections lo NhsIivUI? and
return durlnx the com Immure of t he Ta
nessee Centennial and International Expo
Between Nashville and C'uat
tMiioot'ti. A'lmtH. Auj.i-Iii.
Mneon. Jacksonville. Knox
ville, Asheville Washington.
Baltimore. 1'lillndelpliia V-w
S'ork. Portsmouth. Norfulk.
Jackson. Memphis. I.ittlf
Hock. Texarkaim. Sherman.
Waeo, Dallusntul Fort Worth
11.11',. Day Cimchp on All Train.
Information pertaining to Tickets. Routes
Rates etc.. will be cheerfully furnished upon
implication to ticket 11 tents, or lo
W. J. WELCH, Div. I'uss. Agent, Memphis.
J.H. LATTIMEK. Southeastern Passenger
Agent, Atlanta, U11.
D. J. MirLLANKY. Northeastern Pass.
Auent.on W. 1th St., t'lncinimti, Ohio.
K. C. C IWAHDIN. Western Phss. Aitent,
Room 415 Hv. Exch. Rldg., St. Louis. Mo.
BR1AKKK. HILL. Northern Pass. Aent.
Room :V.N Mnnjui'tte Building. Chicago.
J. L. EDMONrtON. Southern Pass. Agent,
W. L. DAXLET,
Gen'l Pas. and Tkt. Agt., Nashville, Tenn.
A Successful Retort.
A clergyman was once accosted by
a doctor, a professed deist, who
asked him, "bo you follow preach
ing to save souls?"
"Did you ever see a soul?"
"Did you ever taste a soul?''
"Did vou ever smell a soul'.'"
"Did vou ever feel a soul?"
"Well," said the doctor, "there
are four of the five senses against
one upon the question whether there
be a soul. 7
The clergyman then asked. "Are
you a doctor of medicine?"
"Did vou ever see a pain?"
"Did you ever hear a pain?"
"Did vou ever taste a pain?"
"Did vou ever feel a pain?"
"Well," then said the clergyman,
j "there are also four of the senses
against one, upon the question
whether there be a pain. And yet,
' sir. vou know that there is a pain
and I know that there is a soul.
Messenger of Peace.
I he style, l it and wear
could not be Improved fur rtr
Double the Price.
H. L. Douglas $X50, $4.00 and $5.00 Shoes arc th
productions of skilled workmen, from the best ma
possible to put into shoes sold at tnese prices.
make also $2.50 and $Z25 shoes for men, and
$2.50, $2.00 and $1.75 for boys, and the W. L,
Douglas $30 Police shoe, very suitable fot
letter-carriers, policemen and otners Having
much walking to do.
Wear constantly adding new style to our
already large variety, and there ia no rea
son why Tuu cannot be auited, to lnitist on
having V. L. Douglas Shoes from your
We use onlv the lt Talf. Ruwiia Talf
(al) color , French Patent t'alf,
French F.namel, Vici Kid, etc.,
graded to correnoond with prices
en me snoea.
If dealer cannot supply you,
W. L DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mist.