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THF FOREST REPUBLICAN.
i. C. WINK, Editor IHioeaisToa. WKD.NKSUAY, OCTOBKR lt, lt01. 1901 OCTOBER 1901 Su. Mo. Tu.jWe. Th. Fr. jSa. 2JTTTTT Tjjjio 11 12 13 U 15 26 18 19 20 21 22 23124 25 26 27 23 1 29 "301311 UEri'BI.ICAN TICKET. STATK. Justice nf the Supmn? 00117, VM. !'. POTT Kit, of Allegheny. Statf 7VfTirer, FRANK U. HARRIS, of Clearfield. COUNTY. CXyunly Trtiunrrr, " I' A I.YIN M. A RNEK, Tionesta. Thf.rk mini to la no limit to the tem pestuous weather in the Schley case, either at Santiago or Washington. Evkx Itally has given notice that no more anarch iris cin he accommodated in that country, except behind prison bars. Ukrnany has added another requisite to the eligibility of her soldiers. They must be able to swim like the Americans. The name Onoljrost deserves to die, and fortunately it is so bard to remem ber that it will be quite easily forgotten. As Sir Thomas I.iiton reduced racing for the yachting cup to a matter of yards and seconds he naturally proposes to try it again. And it w ill be understood that he is a dangerous antagonist liKAl'TlFl'L glazed tiles 7l00 years old are dug up on the site of Rsbylon. The civilization of that perbxl must have been several thousands years old. At all events, tne historic period is growing rapidly. It is possible that, by a vigorous cam paign on the part of Pein. crala and In aurgeuts, the Republican majority in the State may be kept down to a hundred thousand. Punxy Spirit. Hut we doubt it the darndest. Palm has pulled himself off the Demo cratic ticket lor State Treasurer, and in aurgent C'nray has been put on to fill the opening. It wa a sort o'forced "pull-otl' but Palm will have the laugh on the boys alter election. Admiral Dkwky is growing weary of the inquiry, and asks that things be hur ried. If the investigation had been left to the admiral he would have finished it before breakfast-and to the entiro satis faction ol the public. Havana's death raie Tor September was l.i.tM per thousand, the lowest in the history of the city, and lower than that of many large cities in the United States and England. The American sanitat on introduced in Cuba is a decided success. Sevkntkksi new artillery garrison havo been established along the cost cf the l. niled States. I nele Sam's men behind the guns will be more numerous and highly trained, a precaution that will tend to pieserve peaceful conditions. This Is a very good time for Republi cans to do a little hustling for the ticket all along the line. Mr. Arner Is the only candidate on the county ticket and should not be expected to do all the work for the party himself. Let every Republi can in the (ounty urge his neighbor to be alert, and see that a lull and straight vote is polled. Tub Harrisburg Telegraph notes that our State treasury is lull nf money, there being nearly eight millions of dollars the tint of litis month. Although Pennsyl vania has money to bum, the yellow journals and the lake reformers of the Democratic party are waving their arms in a frantic way and decrying the awful condition of the commonwealth's affairs. Mr. Doolky, in discussing the pros pects of Democracy, says: "No, air, the Dimmycralic party is not on speaking terms with itself. When ye see two men with while ties go into street car and set in opposite corners, whilo one mut thera 'Thraitor' and the other hisses 'Miscreent,' ye can bet they are two Dim mycratic leaders thrying to reunite the grand old party." Scarce'. r a day passes now that the air is not filled with rumers of the sweeping changes which President Roosevelt in tends shortly to make in the Cabinet, and in Hie consular and diplomatic service. Iu the fullness nf lime we have no doubt lie will bring to the Irout the men who are in warm sympathy with hii aspira tions, hut up to the hour of going to press the changes exist mainlv in the iui agination of our friends, the enemy. I'liila. Inquirer. Emma (ioi.DMAji's remarks on the as sassi nation of President McKlnley and lie r praise of Czolgosz are an etnination from a mind saturated with murder. Every anarchist glories in murder, re joices over every fresh afcsassiuation, and hopes for still more frequent and awful deeds of blood. Society indulges these murders on tlio ground that they have a "theory" and are, therefore licen sed to advocate assassination in the name of free seecli. As long as governments allow these murderers to preach murdir and revel in it, the list of startling assas- inations will continue. When govern incuts get tired of the murderers who call themsel vps anarchists the effective rem edies will lie applied. Newspapers which defend and uphold characters of the Gold man strike in there right of "free se -h," as was done by the Philadelphia Notrh American on the occasion of her visit to that city, are no better than the woman herself. And yet they are the sort that are nauseating the public with their pre tention lo'gieet holiness and efforts to 'reform" ix-ople. The Yotiuj Machine (Jrab. At the coming election citizens of Pennsylvania will be called upon to rote "yea" or "no" upon two proposed amendments to the constitution. One of these provides for personal regis tration of voters in certain thickly settled communities and Is npparentl) not being approved by ths loaders of one of the political parties. Organi zation men have no reason to oppose such an innovation. The Independent or indifferent voter Is usually the most difficult to get to the polls. Now, if he has to go twice for each election, once when he Is to be registered and again to vote he will be spt to be of less annoyance to the party man. Re publican or liemocrat, a the case may be. AN UNPOPULAR SCHEME. The other proposed amendment Is to permit of the Introduction of voting machines In this state. Little attention has been paid by the people to this matter It would appear, but It Is known that a combination of politicians and capitalists are quiet ly working a game to have this amend ment adopted. They have visions of a great prospective financial gains through the introduction of this In novation. Samples of these machines were shown at Harrisburg during the last session of the legislature, when the promoters of the scheme had a strong lobby on "the Hill," working in their interest among the members of both houses. It was then estimated that the cost of each machine would be about $235, and that as there are about 7.000 vot ing precincts In Pennsylvania the total cost for the mere Introduction of the machines would be over a million and a half dollars. This would not be counting the cost of repairs and main tenance and storage between elections. The machines are very intricate pieces of mechanism and would require first class machinists to keep them In order. Should one of them get out of order on election day the whole scheme of election In that precinct would fall. A BIO GRAB FOR POLITICIANS. Another argument against the use of voting machines Is that It is conceded that no machine can make men honest who are otherwise disposed. The arrangement of the machine for which this fight is being made requires the voter to touch buttons which record the names of the candidates for whom the cltlien desires to vote. It Is point ed out that there would be nothing to prevent dishonest men to permit im personation of voters In this "push the button" scheme any more than there is to allow men to Impersonate others In '.he casting of the ballots under the present system. It Is quite probable that the people will carefully weigh the arguments pro and con In this matter of the Intro duction of the machines before they ultimately decide to advocate the ex penditure of a million and a half dol lars upon an experimental proposition, Republicans do not want their party to be saddled with the responsibility of expending over a million and a half dollars to introduce a machine In which a combination of selfish men are so deeply and personally interested, and which would not give satisfaction to the people. If William McKlnley bad wrltleu a last word, In view of death, be would have counseled brotherhood, not acri money; be would have advocated faith, not suspicion; patriotism in politics, not pessimism ; the Golden Rule by which labor and capitol should be drawn to gether rather than separated by hate. Shall these rare virtues which McKlnley displayed be the silver lining to the dark cloud. Indianapolis Journal. There has never been a time since the war when there was less sectional feeling than there is to-day. South and north fought together side by Bide in the Span ish war. The Southern people surpassed the West in the hospitable reception ac corded to Prjsident McKinleyon his tour of the country, and no other section more sincerely deplored his assassination. T he South has warmly welcomed Mr. Roose velt to the Presidential oflice, and noithi r betternesa nor hate to-day is felt on either side of the line. Why, then, asks the Philadelphia Times, cannot Ihe Solid South be broken up, and why may it not become a healthy, indendent inhi ence in the nation, a section to which we may look for great leaders of political movements, for Presidential candidates and for general activity which will again make it a vital part of Ihe republic. Since the Sampson-Schley controversy has grown acute again, there has been considerable reference tn Proctor Knott's 'rabbit story" in connection with the credit for the victory at Santiago. It is here reproduced : Ex-Governor Proctor Knott and John Yerkes were dis-using the claims of Sampson and Schley to the credit of smashing Cervera at Santiago. Mr. Yerkes took the ground that all the honor of that memorable conflict be longed to admiral Sampson, and was in clined to entirely ignore Commodore Schley's part in the affair. The Gov ernor listened until his companion bad finished, and then, with that character istic twinkle in bis eye, said : "My dear sir, it is exceedingly gratifying tn me to hear you take the position you have In the matter. It is like balm to my con science and settles a point that has worried me many a day. I was walk ing through the woods once wi'h a boy friend of mine when he saw a rabbit run Into a sink hole. We stood around the hole awhile; then I told the boy tn keep watch while I went to fret some die In sin oke the rabbit out. When I returned the boy had the rabbit. I took it away from him, claiming that it belonged to me because I told biin to catch it if it came out. That was over fifty years ago and you are the first man who has ever a.! reed with me that the rabbit was mine. I feel now that I was right in taking it and my censcience is at rest." Mr. Yerkes looked solemn for a few' mo ments, then smiled a fteblo smile and changed the subject. The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea, and for this reason no one should leave home without Chain- berlain's Colic. Cholera slid Diarrhoea Iteineilv. For sale bv Killmer Bros. Ti onesta, and W. O. Wilkins, West Hick ory. (ior. Slone's Opinion. Speaking of the two constitutional amendments to be voted on in November, we quote from Governor Stone's address in Pittsburg recently, as follows: "I felt constrained to withhold my ap proval from them two years ago. They are now before the people for adoption or rejection. One provides for personal registration of voters in cities. I find that a good many Republicans favor the adoption of Hi s amendment. While I doul I that it w ill result in the reform claimed for it, still it is a matter l- t the people lo settle at the polls. So far as I know it w ill meet with no serious oppo sition In Republican c rcles. "The other amendment seeks t places voting machine in every voting district in the Mate. These machines will cost n million and a half of dollars. They w ill cot $15o,C00 in Allegheny county. Will they prevent dishonest elections? They will not, tn my judgment, i mm i tiiiuK it possible to invent a machine that w ill make dishonest election atticers honest, and if they are honest they don t neetl a machine. I think it is a scheme to muke money lor those interested in the pat ents. Ttte Republican party has a great his- toric record. Its policies preserved the unity of the nation and have siuco be stow ed upon the people the highest de gree of prosperity they have ever known, The distinct indlvidrulity of the Repub lican party must be preservid, and there can be no justification of any departure from its long approval and vindicated standards of action. President Roose velt has appointed as di-tsict judge ol the Uuited States court In Alabama a Demo crat, but one who, as a supporter of the gold standard, voted lor McKlnley. To that extent Judge Jones has acted with the latest Republican national platform, and his appointment has much to coin mend it. At the mine lime there must be Hi Alabama and in other Southern States Republicans w ho are thoroughly titled by character and attainments lo till any vacant place. As far as the Dem ocratic party is in power its inflexible rule is to appoint mi Republican to olllce. The Republican party is less riuid, but the advancement of iis principles isa mat ter to be kept ate idily iu mind. There is an obvious and serious distinction here that should not be overlooked. I'ntnrra Cannot He Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the diso.iso. la tarrb is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must tnko in ternal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken ititernallv, and acts direct) v on the IiIihhI and mucous surfaces, Hull's Ca larrli Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best plu s icians 111 this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed ol the best tonics known, combined with Ihe best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combi nation of the two ingredients is what pro duces such wonderful results in curing caiarrh. Send for testimonials free. K J. CHENEY Co., Pi ops., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, price 7'h-. Hall's r'slllllv Pills sre the best. A Typical South African Store. O R. Larson, ol Bay Villa, Sundays River, Cape Colony, conducts a store typical ol" South Africa, at which can be purchased anything from the proveibicl "needle to an anchor." This store is sit uated in a valley nine miles from 'the nearest railway station and about twenty five niiles from the nearest town. Mr. Larson say: "I am favored with the custom of farmers witnin a radius of thirty miles, to many of whom I li ne supplied Chamberlain's remedies. All testily lo their value ill a houshold where a doctor's advice is almost out of the question. Within one mile of my store the population is perhaps sixty. Of these, within the psst twelve months, no less than fourteen have lieen absolutely cured by Chainberlaiii's Cough Remedy. Tnis must surely lie a record." For sale by Killmer Bros. Tionesta, and iV. G. Wil kins West Hickory. IS l.lfr'K WOltTII 1.1VIMJ f Then don't neglect a cough or cold, es- fieciaily when nn.y twenty-five cents will my a bottle nf Mexican Syrup. It is so soothing, and so many consumptives have been made well by its use. Read some of Ihe testimonies on the wrapper around each bottle that prove this rem edy mi re sure lor deep seated colds, habitual coughing and even consump tion, than any other lemedy known to physicians m:ny of whom recommend anil it where less etl'ucacious remedies tall. Pale. Puny, Children. If a child has a bad smelling Lreath, if It habitually picks its nose, it it is cross and nervous, if it does notsleeo soundly, it it is hollow-eyed, If it has a pale, blood less complexion, if it is growing thin and lifeless, give it Mother's Worm Syrup and you will remove the cause of its dis tress quickly. Then will as littlcchei ks get re 4 and rosy, its appetite and digest ion improve, and its health be better. Pi ice only 2-i cents. No other worm killer so effective. Be Not Deceived. Don't think you can neglect your health and reach old age. The way lo longevity is lo be kind to nature and then nature will be kind to you. Con stipitinn, inactive liver, etc., are foes to nature. Mexican Root Pills help natnre. Try them. They cure by cleansing and strengthening. Pain Can Be Cured. Why sutler pain? Pain is trying to kill you. Why not kill pain. Nothing kills pain, either internal or oxternal pain, so quickly and so effectively as Hooch's (uick Relief. Cures cramp and colic. A Complete Cure. When you take .ouch's Sarsnparilla you find it a complete cure tor bad blood, Pile-ine Cures Piles! Money refunded il it ever fails. Anti-Ague cures chills and fever. A TALE Or WOC A TALC OP JOVI A mill bor has Sore Tbroit. Stime boy, a Little oilier, witer. Sore 1 hruii in in. Mother trts the oil cm. Soaks cloth, Wrap, boy's neck. Awake til night. Neil momini No lamp oil (or him. Hcird or TONS. LINE. School chum uned it. Tbrott bliatcred; Tells mother, Who pities boy. Buys bottle, 25c. Gives two doses. Sleeps all night. Morn In it Boy wakes up. Throat ill right. One more family Never without TONSILINE After that. Raw aa beefsteak. Ontaide ao aore. Bor forieia inaide. Can't turn head for 8 days sorry They ever alruck 'lie. nt minKa Next Time I'll keep mum; Keroaene worse than ore Throat. Don i fool roe again. TONSILINE CURE S SORE THROAT.) Is safe and pleasant lo take and quick and 1 sure lo curt. 25 and M cents. All Urniclals. I Tttr TONSILINE CO.. Colon. m,l t -r - aTllHn i...i.kiT The Chlcairo, Milwaukee & SI. Paul It'T. Many people un .cquainted with the geography of the West imagine that be cause Ihe names "Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul" are used in the corporate title of the railway owning the short line between Clccsgo and Oumlia, they must go via the cities of Milwaukee and St. Paul to reach their destination and if It be Omaha or west thereof. This Is a nils bikeu idea. On a map the line running directly easl and weal would look like this: Omaha Chicago. There is nothing liloro simple Ihan tint, and it is less than S00 miles between Coicago aud Omaha. Two through trains da ly iu each direction with the be-t Sleeping Car aud Dining Car Service.and a 1 regular travelers know and appreciate the merits of the Chicago, Milwaukee Jt St, Paul Railway's Short Line between the Fast and West. Time tables, maps and information fur nished on application lo John It. Pott, District Passenger Agent, 810 Park llldg., Pittsburg. 10-9 St -.v.S',vr'3':-.;:i.v;-;rJx . io inun of First Class Horses At I'rlvatt? Hale or liiit'liiinge. I'nlil further notice I will be at BROOKVILLE FAIR GROUNDS H itli a full stiH'k of high grade Ohio and native horsea, diivers, general business and draft horses. All horses guaranteed as represented. GRANT SHUSTER, The Larqest and Most Attractive MILLINERY STOCK I havoevershown now open and on ityfj'''.'S.--)' Me, embracing everything new and desirable in TRIMMED ANO UNTRINIMED HATS, and a general as sortment of MILLINERY TRIMMINGS. I have also added a nice line of Ladies' and Children's Hosiery, Ladies' Furnishing Goods. Embroidery Silks, Perfumes, and Toys of all kinds ENDEAVOR, PA Fred. Grettcnbergcr GENERAL BLACKSMITH & MACHINIST. All work pertaining to Machinery, Kn gines, Oil Well Tools, iaa or Water Kit ting anil (ieneral lllaeksmitliing prompt Iv done at lw Kates. Repairing Mil Machinery given upecial attention, and satisfaction guaranteed. Nhop iu rear of and Just west of the mihw House, i hi ion m, ra. Your patronage solicited. KRKD. ORKTTEN UEROKK. Executor's Koflce. Letters Testatneniary having been gi anted the undersigned on the estato of hit want Kerr, iate ot llarnell township, deceased, all persona indebted are re quested to make payment, and those liaving cinims, to present the namo, duly authenticated, without delay to fSAMtKL M. Hknry, Executor. Tionesta, Pa., Sept. 11, 1901. Sol Ice to Stnokhulilor of the Forest Tel ephone ami Telegraph Co. Maiui:n vil.t.K, Pa., Oct. 9, I!K)I. The annual nietingof tlio stockholders of the Forest Telephone anil Telegraph Company, tor the election ol oflicers, ete., w ill be hehl in the nlll.-o nf Dr. A. E. Stonpclpher In .NbiricnviUe on the Ulsi, day of October, l'.'l, at l::iil p.m. Proxies must be In leiml form In order to be counted. Ity order of the Hoard of rectors. A. E. Stomkcii'Iikr, Pres. J. II. Cort LK, Sec. J " - IP P'enty of Blankets In Supply all demands, but the lime lu buy is now. Fl ' Cotton Illaiikets, Warm, AIMYool ltlaiikftft, Ulit and lark Color, .o risks In buying here, (liittlitifs arc a Mated. Whatever your choice, you will get good value. ROBINSON. MENDMF.NT TO THE ("ON8TITU--'V HON 1'ROPOSKHTO THE CUT ZENS OK THIS t OM MON W E A 11' H KOIl THEIR APPROVAL OR REJECTION BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OE THE COMMON vt E ALTH OK PENN SYLVANIA, PUBLISHED HY OKPEU OK THE SKl'REl'AUY OK THE COM MON vt KALTH, IN PUK8UAN0E OK AUTICLEXVIUOK THE CONSTlTU HON. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment lo the Coustllu- tion of the Commonwealth. Section 1. He it resolved by the Senate aud House of Representatives of the Com monweallh in General Assembly met. Thai the foil iwing is proposed as amendments to the Constitutiou of the Commonwealth ol Pennsylvania, in aeeon'.ance with the provisions of the eighteen1 b article there of: Amem'iueut One to Article Eight Section One. Add at the end of the first paragraph of said section, after the wonts "shall bs en tilled to vote at all elections," Ihe words "subject however to such laws requiring and regulating the registration of electors as the General Assembly may enact," so that Ihe said section shall read aa follows : Section 1. tjualitlcatioea of Electors. Every malecitizen twenty one years of age, possessing the following qualifications, shall lie entitled to vote at all eleclioua, subject however to sncb laws requiring aud regulating the registration of electors aa the geuerai Assembly may enact: 1. He shall have been a citlr.cn of the United States at least one month. He shall have resided in the state one year (or, having previously been a quali fied elector or native boru citizen of the State, he shall have removed therefrom and returned, then six months,) Immediately preceding the election. .1. He shall have resided in ths election district where bs shall offer to vote at least two months immediately preceding the election. 4 If tweuty-two years of age and up. wants, be shall have paid within two years a statu or cotiuty tax, which shall have been assessed at least two months and paid at least one month before the election. Amendment Two to Article Eight, Section Seven. S.rikoout from said section the words "but no elector shall be deprived ofj ths privilege of voting by reason of his name not being registered, and add to said sec tion ihe following words, "but laws regula ting and requiring the registration of elec tors may be enacted to apply toetttes oulv, provided that such laws be uniform for cities of the same class," so that the ssid section shall read as follows : Section 7. Uniformity of Election Laws. All laws regulating Ihe holding of elections by the cttis-nsor for the registration of eleo tors shall be uniform throughout the Slate, but laws regulating and requiring the reg istration of electors may be enacted to ap ply to cities only, provided that such laws he uniform for cities of the same class. A true copy of the Joint Kesolution. w. w. oiu Ear, Secietary uf the Commonwealth. i MENHMENT TO THE CON8TITU--- HON PROPOS 1 TO THE CITI ZENS Or' THIS COMMONWEALTH FOR THEIR APPROVAL OK RBJKtl TIONRY1IIE OENKRAL ASSEMBLY OK THE COMMON HEALTH OK PENN SYLVANIA. PUBLISHED BY OKHF.R OK THE SECRETARY OF THE COM MONWEALTH IN PURSUANCE OK A R I'ICLE XVIII OK THE CONSTITU TION. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an Amendment lo the Constitu tion uf the Commonwealth. Section 1. Re it enacted by the 8enate and House ol Representatives of the Com monwealth of Pennsylvania in General As sembly met, and It is hereby enacted by the autlu rity of the same, That the following is proposed as an amendment to the Consti tution of the Commonwealth of Pennsyl vania, in accordance with the provisions of Aren't they handsome? CAST IRON WATER PROOF SHOES. Tionesta Cash Store THE SALE HEATH Up-to-Date G&YWML XEBCIMXPISE. yq. A. 11. A. Va! Cook, President. FOREST COUNTY TIONESTA, CAPITAL STOCK, DIHrcTOK A. Wayne Cook, O. V. Robinson, Win. Nmearbaugh, N. P. Wheeler, T. K. Rllohey. J. T. Pale. J. II. Kelly. Collections remitted for on day of pr.yinent at low rates. We promise our custom era all the benefits consistent with conservative b king. Intercut ps.ld on time deposits. Your patronage respectfully solicited. the Eighteenth attlcle thereof. Amendment. Strike out section four of article eight, and insert in placs thereof, as follows : Section 4. All elections by the citizens shall be by ballot or by such other method as may be prescribed by law : Provi.led, That secrecy in Toting bs preservrd. . A true copy of I lis Joint Resolution. W. W.tiKIEST, Secretary of Ihe Counnou wealth. Some Reasons Why You Should Imitt on Havinj EUREKA HARNESS OIL Uiieoualcd by any other. Render hard leather soft. Especially prepared. Keeps out water. A heavy bodied oil. Harness An excellent preservative. Reduces cost of your harness, N-'ver bums the leather; ita Efficiency is increased. tccures best sen-ice. titches kept from breaking. OIL Is sold in all .ocalitiea Mnfcrt,,b, fttamalaral (Ml '.far. IDrFenncrsGOlDEN RELIEF! A m i ftrtcinc t ai l I r g INFLAMMATION lil & I B..rtririf llnala.he ,h minute... Tim In I iis I 'Tnlfli " Pnrmtnr F-vr ftDID I re I ' I I II I ICUKi-SANYPAIN INSIDE 0& OUT I I In un to thirty nintuies. I Bjr llcra. Tbe Mo. mm bj mtui uc rrwkoi..v X. That's what most ev ery lad rayi when they look at our new Ore Footwear. The smartest Patent Leather shoes are bere. tyle shows out In ev ery line, lace and but ton. No fancy prices for iiyle never 1 would be just the thing for Nt'hool NhoeM if it were more pliable and Dot quite so heavy. The next best thing is our "Twin Owl" Calf Shoes for boys and girls. Fall shoes aie nearly all sizes and widths, Try a pair of these good shoes at f 1.50 and f 1,75. and heavy shoes for men the kind that give that easy feeling to your feet, We have all styles from the wide French toe to the most fashionable dress shoe. C me to us for shoes and rubbers and save money on every purchase. IS STILL ON! & FEIT, Doalors in M.M. Kki.lt, Cashier. VVm. Nhkardaooh, Vice Presided. NATIONAL HANK, PENNSYLVANIA. 150,000. Seleclina A Mork or NIIOKM to .Suit all TaMfN U do small tk, hut we have sue ceeileil. The popularity of our store aa a distributing cutter of ItEAUTI FUL, WELLMADK. FINELY FINISHED SHOES n.trr .litnin. islies. The 'i.ftuti m e iireed I y thme who have h .iiijlit our $3.00 ami $3 50 Shoes is gratifying to us, anil ao sd'lilioiial rccouiiueuila'inii to iu teoiling purclias rs. Our .totk of "UNION MADE" SHOES is the heal ami most com plete in the riiy. Iu all the new leathers ami shaput. JOE LEVI, Cor Centre, Seo ca, A Sycamore Sla OIL CIT1, 14. 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