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The Greenville Times,
PtBllMiED EURY SATURDAY. GREEXV1LI.: MlbblSSIl'FL CURRENT COMMENT. " Last jear the saloons of New York old gili'.wsM".! worth of beer. Is one year the jrold production of Colorado hu jumped from $,x!,iliM to jt;,4yj,o"ia Thk moTement to esta blisn a cation al park at Appomattox U meeting with ' much favor in Virginia and elsewhere. As autorraph cad now be lent over the lontf-o.itane telephone lina be tween Paris and London, a distance of SI! mile. Niaki T J.SuO,000 chars were manu attureJ last year In Missouri, an av erage of thirteen for every man, wom an and child. 1ST a vote of 71 to '.Hi the Arkansas bouse of representatives has passed a bill prohibiting the sale or giving away of cigarettes or cigarette paper. Gkx. Booth, of the Salvation army, addressed -') ministers at Toronto, (int., on the l'.th. and be claimed that he wai the successor of John Wesley and also compared himself to Moses. SOUTH NOT SUNNY She Assumes the Frosty At tire of a TJew England Mid-Winter. Diiie Land, a Land cf Snow With a Crust of Ice Froia tha Lakes to Mexico. Tha Heaviest Storm Now On In the Recollections of tha Moet Aired Native. Want and Hunger and Suffering Felt Today Where It Has Never Been Felt Before. PR. ( haumi Montkhjia, a full blooded Apache, says that the only way to civilize the Indiana I to place them in direct contact with the whites, and compel them to earn their living by their own labor. A mix was recently introduced In the New York legislature providing for the punishment of wife-beaters by means of the whippingpost, and it was supported by the Society for the lre vention of Cruelty to Children. Thk final preparations for the wed ding of Miss Anna (iould to Count de t'astellane, of l'arls, have been com pleted. The wedding has been ar ranged for March 4 at the Could resi dence on Fifth avenue. New York. A kkckxt agricultural bulletin said that farm animals in the United States were worth nearly $..',000,000,000; there are 15.lKXJ.0O0 horses, ..MJO.oiKJ mules, Ki.ikki.imio cattle, including milch cows; 4'J, 000,000 sheep and 44,000,000 hogs. It was stated by those who should know that all arrangements had been completed for the betrothal of Miss Consuelo Vanderbtlt with a young English nobleman of high rank and that this would be announced shortly. Thk society of French agriculturists have decided to support bimetallism and urge the government to negotiate with the United States, Great Hrltuin, Germany and countries in the Latin union with aview to the rehabilitation cf silver. Atlaxta, February 18. The most furious snow storm ever seen here be gan early yesterday morning and at an early hour this morning ia still raging. The ground is now covered to a depth of ten inches, eight inches represent ing the present fall. Street car lines suspended traffic early yesterday afternoon. The Con solidated will be closed until rain or the sun melts the snow. An incident of this unusual weather here is the inability of the trade to supply the demand fo rubber shoes and boots, the stock of every house in the city being exhausted. Many broken legs have resulted from coasting. Specials from Thomasville, Bruns wick, Savannah, and other south and east Georgia points, state that the snow is the deepest ever known. Al bany had sleighing yesterday for the first time in its history. In the mountains the snow is six feet deep, and a special from Murphy, N. C, says that it ia from ten to twelve feet deep In themountalnsof Western North Carolina. The signal office here says that the storm will continue until this aftei- Tlr.v. 3. II Hawtiiorxr, pastor of the First Baptist church at Atlanta, (ia., preached a sermon on the night of the loth over the telephone, and all In Atlanta, Athens GriHith, Macon and Mndlson who had connections, listened, lie did not attack It. G. Ingersoll, as had been expected, and his auditors ( were somewhat disappointed. It was reported that the Elgin Na tional Watch Co., of Klgin, 111., and the Waltham Watch Co., of Wultham, Mass., would, In the near future, be consolidated and pass into the posses sion of a British syndicate. The valu ation of the two properties Is ?10,000, 000. of which amount $9,000,000 will go to the Elgin company and 8?,000,000 to the Waltham company. A detaoimknt of Moorish cavalry has arrived at the town of Coso Blanca, a seaport of Morocco, on its. way to Fez with some ghastly trophies of war for the sultan. These consisted of two cart loads of human heads which had been obtained during a recent punitive expedition against the Rahumma rebels. They have been salted in or der to preserve them, and will be pre sented to the sultan in that condition. They will afterward be exhibited on the walls of Fez. At the inquest on the body of John Twlss, who was hanged at Cork, Ire land, recently for an agrarian murder, the chaplain of the prison gave evi dence that the condemned man had de clared that he was Innocent of the crime of which he had been convicted, and that he was the victim of police revenge. The jury gave a verdict stat ing that they believed him to have been innocent and that he ought to have been reprieved. The coroner coincided In this view. The case has created a great sensation. Each congressman Is entitled to 8125 worth of paper, pens, ink, etc., each session of congress, and if he does not avail himself of the full extent of his privilege, he can draw the balance in cash. This congress members have been fortunate, as thore have been three separate sessions, entitling them to an aggregate stationery account of 1375. Not a dozen have taken out their full quota of stationery and many have drawn but a few dollars' worth. One account showed only 8 cents drawn during the session, while quite a num ber were from between 81 and $10. Th fourteenth international Chris tian Endeavor convention will be held in Boston on July 10 to 14, and It ia expected that sixty thousand delegates will attend. Great preparations are being made for the entertainment of this vast number of visitors. As far as possible, each state will be given head' quarters In some church. Mechanics' hall has been leased. The main hall will seat about eight thousand persons. Cotillion hall will be used as Massa chusetts headquarters and Exhibition hall for a restaurant. Two tents which will shelter ten thousand persons each Story ot tufrerloc la Man Hates. Mr.Mpms, Tcnn., February 19. Ten nessee, Alabama, Mississippi and Ar kansas are now experiencing the most severe and protracted season of cold weather ever known in this part of the country. Suffering with man and beast is widespread. During the last forty eight hours snow has fallen almost continuously. At Canton, Miss., there is five Inches of snow. At Birmingham, Ala., it is two feet In the latter city seventy families suffering from the extreme cold have been located by the associa ted charities, and in the country dis tricts cuttle are dying In droves. From Arkansaa City, Ark., comes the report of the river being blocked with Ice and many steamers, tugs and tows frozen fust. Fro:n Winona, Miss., it Is reported that a former named Gus Thompson was frozen to death. He and a party of friends were riding In a wagon from Winona to Poplar Creek yesterday and Thompson got out to go to a neighboring farm house to get warm, saying he would catch up with the wngon, which continued with the others. He warmed himself and started out but was unable from the cold to reach the wagon. His companions growing alarmed began to search for him and after an hour's search found him frozen to death by the side of the road. A special from Aberdeen, Miss., says a section hand on the Mobile and Ohio railroad was frozen to death yesterday. Thn Great Snow Itorm Id Alabama. Montgomery, Ala., February 19. It has been snowing here all day and night, but it has melted almost as fast as it fell. Several sleighs were out yes terday for merry making. State specials received at a late hour last night report snow as follows : Tuscaloosa, Ala., snow has reached a depth of eight inches and the fall continues. At Marion, Ala., the snow was five Inches deep at sun down last night. At Livingston, Ala., there was fire inches and still snowing. Gadsden, Ala., reports nine Inches, with a prospect of fifteen, and consid erable suffering among the poor class. Padeville, Ala., reports six inches and still falling. Eufaula, Ala., says it is four inchev deep, the heaviest on record. Clanton, Ala., five inches and still falling. Bozeman, Ala., six and a half Inches. Shelby, Ala., five inches and still fall-Inr. Talladega, Ala., five inches and still falling. Savannah Given Bp to Hilarity. Savannah, Ga., February W Two inches of snow fell yesterday morning. It was the second snow storm expe rienced here In many years and the city gave itself np to hilarity. Business was practically suspended during the forenoon and business men spent the day snowballing. now TJpoa Top of Rtiow at Mobile. Mobile Ala., February 19. Snow which fell Thursday to depth of six inches and enabled many citizens to gn sleigh riding yesterday, melted consid' erably late in the day but at eleven o'clock last night snow began falling heavily and is still falling. A Snow that Surprises the Natives. Jacksonville, Ala., February 19. A snow storm of great violence set in here yesterday. Since that time it has continued without ceasing. The ground is covered to a depth of nlm THE WEEK'S WORK IN CONGRESS A Sraocatta erf Us t roceedtacs e Beta H II. Ud BCMf The following is a synopsis of the proceeding of both branches of con gress fur the past week: r DAV-Tne aistrict day held the atten ti'W of tile Roese. taer Is-is soother business of importance." In lae 'wroate.lvfiiator Vila? Introduced s bill ero'.uiin- fur cue issuance et tae 3 per cent boeii-, ut accuruAfl aitn tn recommendations ia the Late presidents' ei--e. The Bill was placed upon the ealenaar. Seaalr She rnma 'Introduced aa amendment t the free coinage aicasnre introduced TuesdaV- rra Dir. The some by a vote of Kl yew lo 15 says, refused lo order toe Wilsoa joint resolstioa entiiorlr.flf the Uue of slity See million thn-e per rest (old bonds to a tnird readinjf. This dispose of tn aacesure- Tae utter was the cronitf event ot Use day tn translative circles, sod s (real throne of people fathered la the congressional (alienee and lobbies to hear the debate and learn the vote. Ia the senate the credentials of aenatot Bacon, of Geonrla, were preeeated by senator VYalah. The day wan consumed ut voting upon the post office appropriation bilL r Uav.-The naval appropriation blti for the yenr end in June a). 1-M. was dtseasaed. The total amount carried I 3l ma. Debate rested upoa the proposed addition of three battleships and aloe lopedo boats lo the navy. The matter continued for anal vote oa Sat arday. The last steps taken la the senate were Is the disposition ot the pcwtolBce appro priation bill. The arteultural bill was called bat went over without action. tVra Dat. A storm of financial debate swept over the senate. It was brought on by Siena tor Hill s advocacy of his resolution dcanin the policy of the foreran: em (r bimettaliisnt and for payinf Its obligation in the be-t money in ne. He was followed by Senators Woleott and Lodire, sad later by Senator Teller In s mmt scathing denunciation of the administra tion for its recent bond contract with the Kothschilos ssd other foreUra bankers. The sural appropriation bill occupied the atten tion of the house. 40th DAr.-Kepresestatlre WlUon. of Wash builon had his resignation accepted to lake scat In the senate. Three measures were pass ed. Those passed were bills for Ruins' the minimum pension of pensioners of the MeiUan war and the Indian war from IKK to 1st; at (1. pr month: amrn.lltu the statutes concerning the regulation of steam vessels and (ranting Mount Vernon Barracks. Ala., to that state lor public purpose. In the senate iil.OU i was appropriated fot the extermination of the Gypsy moth. Sena tor Jones' free silver bill was brought up and slter lengthy eullouujr went over till neit dny for final vote. ALL FLAGS AT HALF MAST. Keepeel Paid America's Dead Minister la the City of Mexico, Citt or Mexico. February 18. The body of the late Isaac Pusey (ray, Uni ted States minister to Mexico, was em balmed at the American hospital, where he died, and was removed at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon to the United States legation. Americans crowded the rooms to pay their last respects. A guard of honor from the 21st regiment was placed at the legation by the war minister. This morning the entire diplomatic corps and the whole garrison, together with President Diaz, will accompany the body to the central station where it will be placed on a north bound train. President Diaz has ordered that all flags on the public buildings be kept at half mast until the body crosses the border. PEAEODY'S BIRTH OBSERVED. In Richmond by Appropriate Ceremonies la all the City Schools, Richmond, Va., February 19. The centennial of the birth of (ieorga I'ea- body, the philanthropist, was observed here yesterday by appropriate exer cises in all the public schools. In the afternoon there was a mass meeting of teachers in the central school, at which addresses were made by Rev. Jabe Nam and Rev Dr. M. i). Iloge, and reso lutions were adopted looking to raising a fund by penny subscriptions to erect a statue of Penbody in statuary hall in the capltol at Washington. AMBASSADOR EUSTI3 ILL. The t'nlted states Representative In France Quite Nick. Mentonk, February 19. Mr. J. B. Eustis, United States Ambassador to France, Is ill at this place. When he journeyed south from Paris a week ago, in consequence of the illness of his daughter, he caught a severe cold and after his arrival here he was attacked with intlamatlon of the lungs. The doctors declared his condition grave for several days but today he is pro nounced better. VIRGINIA BANKER SKIPS. Cashier Flgg-at, of Leslngton, Leaves With All the Hoodie. Lr.xtxoTON, Va., February 18. C. M. Flggat, cashier of the Bank of Lexing ton, has departed for parts unknown. The bank's doors are closed this morn ing by the directors, pending an invev tigation of the bank's affairs. A deed of trust was filed yesterday in the county clerk's office for $:)0.000 for the benefit of his sureties. He was bonded for $30,000 which Is deemed sufficient to cover all losses, if any. REDUCE THE INTEREST RATE. COUNCIL OF WOMEN The Second Triennial of tfco Or ganization Now On- North Carolina Legislature Brings tke Rate Down to His Per Cent. Ru.Kioit, K. C, February 19. The legislature yesterday passed a bill re ducing the legal rate of interest from eight to six per cent, The vote in the house on the final reading was Tl to 15, democrats, republicans and populists alike, with a few exceptions, voting for the measure. The bill was passed by the senate some time ago. Marines Onard Their Countries' Flags. London, February 19. A dispatch from Pekin to the Central Jlews says that three hundred marines belonging to the warships of the various powers are arriving there to guard the lega tions of their respective countries. . The Chinese are suspicious of their presence and unless great caution is observed there is danger of friction which may become serious. DIVIDING IIjIE, THEY, WITH CONGRESS The Most Blatlsigwlslsed Gathering of W- rasaooaed la the Different De part meats of Weeaaa's Work. U the World. Washington, February 13. The sec ond triennial of the National Council of Women of the United State, to give the full title, is on, and for two weeks will dieVe with congress interest in Washiugtoa affairs. It ia safe to say that never before was there such an enthusiastic assemblage of women as that at Metierott Music hall at 10 o'clock yesterday when the formal opening occurred. When Mrs. Mary Wright Sewall, of Indianapolis, the president of the national council, rap ped for order from the stage at one end of the hall, she looked down upon a representative gathering of women from every section of the country and a few from other countries, while the galleries above were crowded with an appreciative audience male and fe nutle apparently thoroughly in sym pathy with the objects of the meeting. The gathering was not only represen tative from a geographical standpoint, but from those of appearance and sphere. Dress reformers and women in gowns of the modest sat side by side, while here and there could be seen quaint bonnets of the quakeresa. Ac knowledged leaders of society, noble women in the Kuropean meaning of the term, and several noted for wraith in their own right or that of their hus bands, were there on an equal footing with delegates from the ranks of those who work for their daily bread. All ages were likewise In evidence, varying from the more than three score and ten of Miss Susan B. Anthony, president of the National Woman's Su If rage associ ation, to the nineteen years of Miss Augusta Howard, president of the Georgia auxiliary of Miss Anthony's organization. It was truly a national council of women. Conspleaous I .ail lee Present. Conspicuous in the gathering, by rea son of their prominence in woman's work, were the Countess of Aberdeen, president of the International Council of Women, and best known in America through her Irish exhibit at the World's Fair; Lady Henry Somerset; Miss Fran cis E. Willard, of Illinois, president of the National Woman's Christian Tem perance Union; Mrs. Russell Sage, of New lork; Mrs. Llizabeth II. Grannts, of New York, president of the National Christian League for the promotion of social purity, who recently attained some prominence in the metropolis through following In the footsteps oi Dr. Parkhurst ; Mrs. J. Helen Foster, of Washington, D. C, president of the Woman s Republican Association of the United States; Mrs. II. Slocttm, of Illi nois, president of the National Council of Jewish Women ; Mrs. Annie Jenness Miller, the dress reformer; Mrs. Mary French Sheldon, of Massachusetts, the African explorer; Dr. Jennie de laM. Lozler, of New York; Mrs. Llllie Deve- reaux Blake, of New York; Rev. Annie Ford Eastman, of Elmlra, N. Y.; Rev. Caroline J. Burtlett, of Kalamazoo, Mich., Mrs. Laura Curtis BitUanl, of Brooklyn, who hares with Mrs. Hetty Green the distinction of being a female millionaire. Many Fraternal Organisations. A number of fraternal organizations not In the council were also represent ed. These societies numbered twenty and included the Women's First Dental Association of the United States, the Woman's National Indian Association; the National Woman's Auxiliary Kee ley League; the National League of Colored Women; the Legion of Loyal Women; the Working Woman's Society, and the International Order of Kings Daughters and Sons. The opening session was merely formal. It began with prayer and this was followed by the introduction of presltients and delegates of organiza tions forming the national council. The presentation of greetings from the National Council of Women of Canada and the greetings by fraternal dele gates from organizations not in the order came next on the program and the session concluded with the trien nial address of President Mary Wright Sewall. ANOTHER STRIKE IN NEW YORK. Kanms City Contract Awarded. Washington, February 19. Secre. tary Carlisle yesterday awarded the contract for the construction of the Kansas City, Mo. public building.to the Dugan Cut Stone company, of Kansas City, Mo., at their bid of Ml 7, 00. Alamo county, Tex., granite Is to be !4)W (.ATE rXCCKSIOX. March Sta and April Sad. . vtusAun pacinc BUW-T.T u-ticket to DOinu in TZfZZZL Texas" and Louisiana at the SSW x," . -S rpnW "of uoa ia reg-ATU to " ;r " , toL&en. SiSk TcWpan?' Agenta, or A KsNrseros youth who had been told . i.,i... MhM bill n tnat a certain juuug iuj - - e--- eoverea iua w mm ea aha U.m il tAB-TsmtTIl BhO I am bap. va s Co.. of Louis, Mo., snow the following gratifying fia over Ills sams period one ye&rsiru: ... From Dec J, lo reo, 1. 1 c j Froa Ltat 1. W W TtO. L Is to. it Electrical Workers Walk Out Hacked by the Bnlldlng Trades Cnloo. Nkw Yoiik, February 18 The elec trical workers nine hundred men went out on strike yesterday. At noon the board of walking delegates of the building trades took charge of the strike and if any firm gives employ ment to any electrical workers who are not memliers of the electrical workers nnion, this board declares that they will odrer a strike of every man In the building trade, and as the board claims Its mandate will extend to every man at work anywhere within a radius of fffty miles of this city, eighty thousand men will go out on strike when ordered. SETTLERS APPEAL FOR AID. Hundreds of Families Marring In the Ok lahoma Territory. Henneshey, Okla., February 18. An appeal for aid has been issued by set tlers In the striD. Huuilreil. ,f um. ilies are absolutely starving, eating pmiric uogn ami norses. i ne suffering Isunparalled. Cattle have been dying in droves as a result of the dented northers which visited both territories and Texas within the past few weeks. Gala.. H0ST18US Th uisr vanr" with this firm com m era led Dec 14, 15v Bioas "There are very few poor men In the senate nowadays." Diftss -Yes, but there are plenty of ihty poor senators." Ufa. . Icicles i (.tiuMDi Af tne nonndar sua are beautiful eiceHlittily, but if one of them were thrust down jour oocanow jou " shudder. This is precisely what you do u, u ,. .... ft ,nr hill of fever ami wurs wje p . - - ague comes on. Then is the time to take Hos- teuer s stouiai'n outers, s -suoi-aer uu every form of malaria; also of dyspepsia, riiiinusnesa. ronstiuaLiou. rheumatism and kidney trouble. Bcaoixs "Does Goldstein take much In terest in basinessl" Muinrins "I should say he did. He's a pawnbroker."-Phil. dolphia Record. THt MARKETS. New Yost. Feb, it. IW CATTf.K-Vatlre Steers I 4 110 fil 9) t-vrr-w. Mul.lltnif FI.OI'K-VVmter Wheat WrlKAT-NufKeu.... COKX-Nu. J. OATS No. t. PUKK-.NewMcs ST. LOL'l CTnTOV-Mi.Mllnir Superintendent Fleming Critically 111. Savannah, Oa., February 15. Rob ert 0. Fleminir. treneral aiinprlnono of the Savannah, Florida and Western railway, is critically ill from a stroke of paralysis. One entire si,u 1.1. body Is paralyzed. Mr. Fleming is one 01 me oesi Known railway men in the in i 1 Ws a b-H .... .... U 1-' W 4 4 T 4 -i 4 31 I AS t tl w 7 lit) UttVtS Funcy steers IN s Mc'lmru I s (s HrxmFaintosweci in t SUKKP-r'airtoCtwic - I 7J t'LOL K-Puenls J ! 44 Fancy to Ultra do.. IK) (J wheat-no skv.i winter... wiw COU.N-No. IMued '.4 oatm-ku,. RVK-No. S4 & TUHAUXA-Luasi KM is wt Hurley 4 U u " HAY-TlcarTiniothv Ml 4 II liurmt-fhoioeDutry 14 U l F.iHiS-Fresh U ii PultK-Siaridard Mess (New), 10 IS U 19 B.M'uN-4'icar Itlb '. 6 LAKU-PrinieStesra esA CHICAGO CATTLK Shipping I 90 ft I M) Hi KiM Fatrio Choice. I no J 4. SHriKF-KnlrtoC'holce tal 4 4 50 r Lutft-n inter t'alents..,,. ml 44 101 Sprinir Patents. I U) iH WHEAT No. i Spring K Va No I Kj 4Vi COttV-No. I si OAlN-NiM. c POKK Mesa (new) 10 00 it 10 II) KANSAS CITY. CATTt,F,-ShipplngSteer.... I M to I 00 HiHlS-All Urii'le ITS 6A 4 ll WHKAT-No.il Ued K OAT.s No, i Js ( sv UOUN-No. Jj 40 NKW CHILEANS, FrMTR-Hlphilraiio I M ifj Ml MS is at C:tHtM N.i 4 DATS Western. HAY-Oioice PUIK-.ew Moss UAOlN'-sUes wOTVUN Mlililllnir I.'ll'tsU'll.t.R WHF.AT-No.SH.si J( M(N No. I Ml mil lA'I'S No. Mi,.,l POUK-.New .. UAi;i).-Lur Uiu. XiTTUN illuUliu 473t r 0 too n (4 IA 01 Ut II 01) it M O 4H4 -4 ill 14,1 10 Ml t II (X) .... s 1 6ft 414 8S Tired, M, Nervous Hood's SarsapariUa Restores Strength and Bodily Vigor. The cause of that tired, weak, ner vous condition, In which so many people find themselves, is the failure 01 the blood to properly nourish the nerves and tissues. Feed the nerves upon pare blood, and they will be steady and y strong. Read this: it is with pleas ure that I recom mend Hood's Sur. sanarllls ss an ex- Sirs. C H. Veaable cellont ncnre nlC Ksithibu(,ui. na Wood Punier. I have taken it more than nnr-a and am tnlrinr IfnAw f was tired, my body sched, and I felt very uau.; i, s WttS BirUlU 1 W0UIO DS sick. 1 thought I would take Hood's Barsaparilla, and It Hat Cursd Mo, and I find that it is cheaper than the doc tor's bills. Hood's Pills sre the best 1 have ever taken sad I use no other. I am Hood's'iCures glad to have an opportunity to recommend Hood's Sarsaniiriik" Mas. C.H. Vsnabu, "wmuuih, in. uci only uoou S. If .IS .J. E yiNis HflAfr'a Dltia StM hnnrl J . In proportion and ppearano5. 25c per box. sA r; ti: AG A. , - KKOWLEDGI Brines comfort and m ' tends to personal enters.: lightly used. The Bun. r ter thin others and enjoy fci 1 lest expenditure, by man j adapting the world's bett J the needs of physical btiv the Talu to health ol tht laxstive principles embnT remedy, f rrup of Figs. 1 Its excellence is due to ia J in the form most accept,!),,, ant to the taste, the reircttmj, beneficial properties of ail ttive ; effectually cleamiiif 4, dispelling eolda, hesdach r and permanently curing a It has piven satiaf actios to met with the approval ot tvi profession, because it sett ncrs, Liver and Boweli nitli emng them and it is perfectly every objectionable subetuei Syrup of Fiirs is for isle n gists in 60c and $1 bottles, bnt nfactured by the CulKucDaf. Co. only, whose name is pnWi package, also the name, gjni and being well informed, vxj accept any lubatUute if oil 4 DRESSMAKl JsL LATE: Xm fs: ell L'AHiil! ctlfH4r)t Cst PISKUIU tir-Order it of your Ncwideilitrf cents for latest number to I MUM ...... A RaAIIKIMH' lii. mUHit-EHUUunlU., 3 Cast 19th St.. 1 NWt tVMtltTIOR THIS PAPIS. W.L.Doucl S31SHOE V. v ST -t I X "4 ISTHIS riToii 3. COEDOV, rRENCNAlHAaUUI. l4.3$PFiMCAut 3. V POLICE jr .IXTSAP 2.l.7JBlwr LADIU Over 0n Million Peoolsi W. I. Douglas $3 & $4: All our shoes are equally Htbt They five the best value fee thsBwr They equal custom shoe la styMs Their wearing- qualities are sfwunse Th price ar unilorm,- ftimpeJ"' From $1 to $3 saved oyer ether sut If your dealer cannot lupply you tJ rjiuVft Mmsm iimI.ms CII4 U It dill D.llll w . vara Q( ICK.LY Ct'HES GOLD IN HEADB: JTrJeenTTTj -Apply Balm Into esch no.trtl. ILt UUos., M Wsrrsn et.,11. Y. I otton Fertilizer. Purchase only such fertilizers for cotton which contai least 3 to 4 actual potash. j For Corn, Fertilizers should contain 6 Pot: Poor results are due entirely to deficiency of Potash. W Will ladl send sou tan m4l.i. . .1 tt t n..L - - ' i (..... ...j vu me vwc ui roiasn. They are sent free. It anil m .u: . j .t j .1... .ill a oollan GERMAN KALI WORKS, 03 Nanaa Slrcrt.No fWf '"fff'Yfi'ffiVfff Wf,frr,Ffrrf a utmvMtMirnrfr'."''' t" f 1 l'tbtt!-ll'ti4tflllii jl "We think Piso'sCl fr rnM;iiMPTlONIi! illl! FOR a nil miw 71 .sSW Ban Bant Dsal m VA mm mm mm m I I'liriwiii1 nnlw fnAAnm 1 (it viiiy iiivvaiv uiv " - - - JENNIE PINCKARD, W field, III., October I, w 'IN m 1 ""M HERE ALL ELSE FAILS. BEST COUGH SYM'' have also been leased. inches. used. BOUtl, nTTM-n, i.ioi ukuuuui: mmmmmmmm J.