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T . - PAGE SIX . . - ntr-T-Vid Ycr In J Wes(ctt: I'i-tmca'i.'. Carolina Democrat. . THE i'ROPOSED. A?IEDMENTS. 6 i- hc voters'' orthe Sta'e sliced "nof q- -th -tr- & & A C0LOIX-0F-TI C n'LERS. Cr Of Thd Ave. "West. "rn.HsLt-t Eiery Thursday Ij GorI iu I 2 3rr.ua! rrir-iiiisr I'oniijamv itv.i ngloii -- h-ee? ' - -LV.;ir Ami Manager. Vjsoc!s)tt' Editor. ; V"onic3i-nnd Auto. M'.'Whf Hs the firs. thing woman ought about, ruim'ug an - automo-. Entrd at the rstcfSce at F.sndersonville crj- S'ccond Class - ail Matter. All subscriptions i.ayablc in advance, aiul dircont!r;,-ca yrotbvupon ex piration. .' ; .' ' J I ropcofd -aiOTidmonts, to -the.-Stcte j Cc".-siuu;ion. " Tltsy - are -fQur in num- iw and provide f,s follows: -r. -". . 1 Trt 'i.oeri t InrnT " nrivsf nrrf to Ieam x i-w i.fti t c . , tile?" - . ' . - ''.-..etfalvlegLsIaticn. - - - j , The telephone nun..ficT 'of the repair 2. To 'rren" deluys in trials "by -qn, ; " Washington JE ar. ' . TIjo Scr.i "Miooli. - ." "Does your, husband keep a scrap - fc V 6-. One year in advance.. : . $1-01 Six months in adjure Three months in advince . - 'Zo prov-'dir.g criergncy jues. 3. To' prevent speclcl charten to corporations by titc general ssembV, A. , To prevent special charters to ..ot exactly. ' lie keep a checkbook, tova3, cities and incorporated villages.' and v.e have a scrap every time it. is By the adoption of amendments one; used tor. my benefit.' Boston Trans- ili 'P.A Tir1 T -nr tha lesrslat.iirfi -would-. ,'Cl.ipv be relieved of tliaburden of consider- : : t " " . ' Jog and passing a great mass of "little All advance roiices of s-iles, entertainments, sho-3 where a lmissioi ia . lis that consume more time tlian 'rhe to te charged or money to be raisca, wiu uo cLargea i me -a11;, L more important bills. of-T fc. nrr mfl. A itio avei-UKea. ix v o us. uiuw au- :t!T cr rat A Of vert iSing rates gietn upon request Address all communicatiens and make all cheeks or money orders payable to Mutual Printing Company, Henderson ville, N. C. 1 " - . The law mak ers would inen De able kto give more He ider.Ronville, Thursday, Sept. 21, 1916 Monday is Dollar Day. dollar ready. Get yo-arJ BIGGEST TVORK IX' COUNTY. Father Approves. . "Husband!" " "What is it?"-'-, ': ' "i anr sure .that y'r ing fellow in the parlor is Kold'ng dai liter's hand." "T rail that a wise manouver. She mature reflection and more careful can't possibly play the piano as long ' Hendersonville merchants are hust lers. Give them your trade. - Dbn't forget the Hustler's special offer for Dollar Day. . In our opinion those Japs at Pana ma are fishing' for more than just plain .fish. , The "Hustler's want ad department consideration to the important work entrusted -to them and the character of the legislation enacted would be correspondingly improved. The rush ing of vital matters through the ses s"ons during the last week or two of the limited -sixty days would be obvi- The Gaston. Magazine, published In ated and the State would thereby. be corresponamgiy relieved or tne dan bers attending the situation which has been presented during the closing hours of the legislative sessions for. many years. Touching the proposed amendment relative to-providing judges we have" no well defined opinions. This woufd appear to be a Question . for decision the interest of promoting the growth of Gaston county, hits the nail on the head in the following editorial: ''There is no work being done in Gaston county today that is bigger than the demonstration work conduct- ed by our demonstrator. Mr. James M. Gray. . as he keep "sthat up." .Louisyjiif Courier-Journal. V t? t? ; '- .- Aii Invaluable lJecipe. A young fellow, who has not long been married, usually confides his troubles to a friend whose matrimonial experience covers a period oftwenty years. --. " - .- - "" ': One day -the former remarked very despondently: . "I sa?d something to -my" wife she didn't" like; and she hasn't spoken to me for two days." , The eyes of the old married man brightened. "Say, old top," he ex claimed eagerly, "can you remember what it was you said?" New York Times. - ? B H Robbie, waiklrrg across the fields eow for the first 'is;-first of.allj to make- cut clients "f.T;R E. cr SEC:?:: . -' them contracts correctly. -d-cavn'Qr. written, LacLcd I- t. nies enfficientry-strong'to'cariy cut-tte font:ct3 proi.p-i-This first step is" ta be" foil jrcd by pointing out t0 ,1.., -possible improvements " that cr.n be-" mr.de, thereby rc1 -; -hazard, reducing the cos; of -the contract. If a I033 oc-r-our; part toassist our clisn't3 in: every possible way in th ' ment of .the ofes, and, by so doing, .assist the company iri n- prompt '-'and', satisfactory "settiementa.-" ; - Lastly' but riot leastin importance, to :cducate the publ; dangei 3 of fires from the more common causes, and by' so C teach people to d their share individually to prevent firt helping to cave our, burning dollars. . We earnestly endeavor at all times to give you this serrVn we are backed by the STRONGEST" C0HPAJS1ES TS THE ih -; Ewbank; -Ew bank Comoan Real Estate U " Renting Insnran, with father, saw a I 11. 1 . 1 9 A 1 I t oy ine legal iraierniiy ana tne lawyers me. "Better farming gets better every ' appear to entertain divergent views is one of the most popular features of year, and whatever causes may assist upon the subject. It does look like we ,the paper. Try one. j in this work, the fact yet remains j lur rr,,. . -1 nmi,inrtiia ! tliat "11 the United States Govern- The full dinner pail is something the i Republican campaigners are finding ; ment began the" work of aiding coun very difficult to sidestep. (ties in demonstration there was no ' real progress on our farms and little Henry Ford was only showing his ' diversification. Every year sees a rood judgment when he picked Wilson ' growth in diversification, in better ser for a w nner, yet some will say he was : vice on the farm, in greater production per acre, etc. "The Business men and Merchants who cannot see the underlying value of have enough judges already to handle conditions, without an additional num ber, with consequent expense. 'What i sthat. father?" be asked. "That is a cow," was the response. Get your Gat Meal, Puffed -Wheat, Post Toasties, fresh and crisp Pone 51 A. C: MORRIS, Prop. Phone 51 z (Stand formerly occupied by Peoples Grocery.) T. J. HARKINS SPEAKS - TO LOCAL REPUBLICANS. The Hendersonville : Hughes-Britt club was addressed by Hon. T. J. Harkins Monday evening in the court only seeking more riotorlety. Hughes has bought a hat with de REPUBLICANS AND THE SCHOOLS. The older voters know to their sor row how the public . school system was wrecked under a former Republi can regime. They know loo well how utterly incompetent was the "fusion "And what are those things on her ,hoase. -There was a very good turn- head?' - Jnnt. of th lnh mnrnhprs anH thrp -nrho Horns," repnea nis iatner. The two walked on. Presently the cow mooed. Robbie was surprised. "Which horn d'd she blow, father?" he asked. Sacred Heart Review. . ? l The captain of industry was address - will suport Mr. Hughes and Mr. Britt. Mr. Harkins. who is from AshevilJe, and a candidate for the State Senate in Buncombe county,-made an excep tionally clean and clear-cut campaign address. There was no mud slinging no abuse of Democrats. Mr. Hark- ing the students of the business col- lng spoke on the present management lege. nf Ktnfp RfPnirs n.nA wuc of tho nnin. "All my success in life," he declar- in th a pha' nf .nf, . - 1 administration of the educational sys n cm -it Tom in mo 1 i-itii tti iiii'w. si 11 1 v im 111: irtrsv: m nu k ai r: luu irLi iiriiiiiu t to 111 iii-k n in if T)iiif-K s i -t vvvaxj, v. . - - - - v fiA v ne.f-i 1 - . state matters, according to tne invests his propensity for women suffrage, ac- the time to consider. If they will not . - . V V -rttr-.3 " 'Z 1 6 Pased rapressiveiy, ana a meeK eaV one ht - a distgrace to ed proudly, "all piy enormous finan- 1 ccnr,r tn -x.n tv? Wr., . cial prestige.. I owe to one thing alone economical administiation. of affairs. - -Pl"cK. Just take tnat for your mot- ,and sh0wing ol the democrats, on cording to the way they are cartoon ing h m these days. supjiort an organization which finances and reckless "criticism" as the Re publicans are indulging in this year- It js. necessary only to show "the true j yOU Pluck?" I record to the new voters to prevent, - ! such work they are unworthy to re ; ceive the trade of the farmer." Inventors have discovered that elec- , Our DeoDle here at home can. there tricity applied to soil moistened with j f0re see wha't other, counties think of them from beinS fooled. salt water will destroy potato bugs and : their farm demonstrator. It would b8 1 Vlde Democratic Jrministration rt!Pv incprt Tpsts without iniurine 'tha pct BtA tnworc urnrpccivp. for the first thirteen years more than v i..a m. auuw x " " " w mv t v-'fc,v'- w vw ' v o Jt' -'r-A growing crops. How simple. -Ladies' Home Journal. "v es, s-r, but please tell us whom did natJonal nffa-rs nnf1 ihonht th country would be safe under ths ad : ministration of Mr .Hughes. He paid CONTRADICTED BY FACTS. a.h'gh tribute to Mr. Britt. and his (work in Congress, and-predicted that - Raymond Robins told the audience he would-be re-elected.' " he addressed at Portland, Me., that The club made arrangements for the i ness this countv ever took if our rom- one new comfortable public school-I the South's influence in the tederai ( reception of Mr. LCnney, candiait? for 1!!!",! .house has been erected for every day 1 government waS dangerous and should .governor, and get out a. big crowd on 1.11(1 u o, me uaic 10 ixx ncu- dersonville. and address his fellow ! missioners would co-operate with the be curbed, because the southern; peo- It is said three-fifths of the babies ' gta;e and federal government-and em- 1 in those thirteen years, making a total ple ar backward and have not kept that die during the first month and a " j a countv farm demonstrator ex- f 4,864 new public school houses arid , pace with the north and west. It ieoirntrymen thirii that d?e durine the first year, die " u they are now buildine at even a ereat- voiild be rather difficult for Mr. Rob- w . - - - C 1 1 sUIIIHt-; Lll t? lliUlU niitLii - w - w - . from inherited weakness usually from the father. Food for thought and action. A negro physician of Durham has discovered that pellngrahas its-source in drinking water. .With tuberculosis - in cows' milk and pellagra1 M aXfer;..- pray ten usjvnat we e-ipmf: tu T(s that' 6f those who had the pro cepting, of course, the move which gave us our network of magnificent highways. SCIENTIFIC CANNING. er rate. The Republicans misappropriated funds that should have built school 1 j houses and employed school teachers. . , . 1 mm is tne couxraui uut tne speii- ' The time for untrained hands and hinders charged with "criticizing" tne j m'nds.is. pajt, and today the only work democrats m Tne attempt to 1001 me that is Teally-crofitablahd. acceptable new voaers, nope jne latter uon 1 Know Tis that of those who ha&ad the pro- .ana not.learn the real facts. They ner training and havarned.t do however, an they will vote ac- j ;and 5S.eitt :t .Uheir' work in a scientifi'manner. - i cordingly and intelligently. And tha. neaL ' .1 , . . f "mii ' z7 . .j..i rprtainlv dope nnt mean th n't-man -v of Tli a 7-pniihTiran nartv in fart has 1 iia euveruiueni. uan fe individual ' -. . .-- - - -i . - . " . .1 ,1. 1.1? 1 . . ins to sustain this statement , with the record of federal, legislation of the past threeyears in which this southern in fluence he professes to fear, has been a large factor- The Sixty-third congress and the first . session of the Sixty-fourth con gress have accomplished more legis lation of the progressive sort than was ever put on the statute boolts be fore in the sam space of time. Mr. I Robins has not assailed any of this TAR "HEEL NEWS IS OLLIE JAMES SEES Jit. Pro Rata Loss of Progressive Totes Tiy Republicans Would Elect - Wilson. Wilson says no question jya.eyer.$et tiea untu it -iua m ,c- . , . them will vote th Republican ticket fc-vi& Justice. - This is a sane, view vpftr. . -. -' , -, al vrorimaviou aaa a town otcounty 15 apg- " , . Senator Ollie Jamesv of Kentucky, who was permanent chairman of the Democratic National Convention and' fcrone of the devoted supports of the President, expressed gratification at the outcome of the election in Maine. He declared that if the Republicans lose the Progressive vote in all the -Sunday will be observed as "Go to States in the. same ratio they did m ouncray senoor day with the 'jilast Hendersonville Baptist church, when all the parents are requested to bring David S..Bartine of Nash county cel ebrated his '100th. birthday last Friday. The republicans of the state are now preparing a movie film to be uspd in their campaign against Wilson. Arthur Barnes of Cleveland county was arrested by Rocky MOunt authori ties charged with post office robbery at Wendell. Managers of several of the cotton mills at Kings Mountain gave their employes an old-time barbecue Satur dayv Mrs. Lucy-Pettigrew died reeentlv in Rockingham county at the age of'103 years-and six months. She was oldest resident in the county. Roy Hogan, an employe of the Smit erman cotton mill at Troy, was elec trocuted Friday night or Saturday morning, his body found near the mill at the transmission station Saturday.. Virgil Butt of Marion, the man who ran amuck last week and shot five persons, was found Sunday in a woods near Marion dead, having committed suicide, it is said:. E. S; Thomas of Georgia, was convict ed" in Wake superior court Friday oa a charge of attempting to assault Miss Eula Nunn or Nashville.Tenn.. in a Pullman car atRaleigh two weeks ago, and was sentenced1 to oneyear on the roadsi. "GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL DAY.1 East Hendersonville Baptist Clmrch Will Observe Day Sunday. Special Program. ... . i . . lifypnt in fail.net to MlA lto Tiodrvlfl : .-T&tvm are disposed to criticise mm.ior t- - PA7 f ' dng headlong poo littler Mexico7:?:.:: i.iu: - ; . . - --. A r r i. tB t - " i- 1 S hoe fushinrf headlong into war with J -m u.s. jfc .iAi'i''i!i4i"irjiirfr... - '..-' a- -'these helps "to the people. .1 & & & & & & & PRESS COMMENT. The "M tchell County Banner says, "stop "kicking and get out and push" if you want your town to grow, see more money iir circulation and -make more money yourself. Good advice, iafid we pass it on for, the-benefit of our" readers. Most towns have some resii dents who ought to move rfght away, hut we are glad such are so hopeless ly in the minority in Hendersonville that their knocking has little effect. The farm' demonstrator J and--th scientific fruit & :irri veeetafile ' ran'her anil nrefservei are great helps ' which should be . ' brought, in reach of those 1 who. need ! HUSTLER HAS MADE GOOD, this association. . . Y ' ' lAsheville Citizen. In a county in a neighboring-state - The Hustler," says The French a very , delightful occasion was made Broad Hustler; .of. Hendersonville, of: the : fruit' and vegetable canning "stands for all that's fair and honest, demonstration. This part of the farm bot? ln public and private life; re- '- 1 T . . . sorts to no mud-slinging or dirty poW and home work was particularly of in- iticg terest to the women. So the women j The Hustler has made good by at in the county seat-invited all the to- tending strictly to. its own business. mato club girls to town that day and j o r -entertained in their homes, those HQJV IT'S WORKING. I '"y"u tu itv.Uiil. cAycu News & Observer. The Republican spellbinders who are j from the agricultural college was in- ; Roosevelt is hot in his desire that attempting to fool the voters of North . vited to - talk to them on Ythe real this country should go in and lick-jGer-Carolinaby an alleged "criticism" of j science of canning and keeping fruit many. And Hughes is "pussyfooting" 'the Democratic State administration, i and vegetables. Then the countv lt around with the hyphen. The Re- are getting into deep waW and are , demonstrator showed them exact . CSM'JKS tole f r" l" luuiatuca aiiu ueaus, e.ic.,. suits m the neck. and preserve .their natural flavor and food value. Also howHo make jelly, mst what chemical process the fruit not made it a part . of its campaign Maine Wils,on will carry nearly every policy to propose, tne undoing oi.jws state m the Unioii; ' I legislation. The Federar reserve "law, in 1912 the combined, vote- fp.,Taft the income tax, the Clayton anti-triist ano Roosevelt "was 25.000 greafec than . law, the rural . credits law,- the work- j the vote fof Wilson, but the president ma.n's cpmpensaion ; Jaw, the good .carried the State by 2,600 plurality ,''- roads law and the anti-child labor law said Senator James. "When the recent. are -all measures entirely in accord j election -figures are analyzed it will with what is commonly called progres- ; be seen that the vote for Senator John son was only 9,000 less than that for CANNOT DECEIVE THE T0TERS. sive. and thev were in 'large part . at:? tributablel to southern influence. Hon. Cordell Hull, of Tennessee, was their children to the Sunday school. A special -program is being arrang ed and a cordial welcome awaits you. The hour is nine forty-five. At the prayer services on Wednes day evening the book of Romans is be ing4 studied for the next week or two. You are invited- to" take part in this study.- . - ." WE HATE SOME GOOD BARGAINS the Republican candidate and this, too, with the' Progressive and Republicans the author of the anti-trust bill, and nnce"more amalgamated. The vote for Hon. Henry Clayton, of Alabama, was i Johnson must be taken as the criteri- TN DRUG STORE GOODS 0Y DOLLAR the author of the anii-trust bill, and . f or the fight for the senatorShip I DAY, SEPT. 25TH, MONDAY. HTX Senator Bankhead, of Alabama, intro-jwas based, upon National issues and TER'S PHARMACY, ELECTRIC LINE duced and pressed the good road3 and particularly upon the record o the CORNER. lte 1-J11 ... ! - ; Jl A i-j. XT A1- . Y- "U 1 i I rrcsiacni. n luciciuie me rvcuuiMi-i hopelessly floundering in the .verbal maelstrom of "criticiz'ng" the domi nant party's public school system re cord and policy. They have nothing bet ter to offer, and studiously avoid telling the voters the whole truth. They re-' fuse t tell their hearers that the last United States census report shows the State of North Carolina as having made a greater reduction in white illit eracy during the preceding decade (all under Democratic administration) than any State in the American Un'on. They fail to state that, under the WHOSE OX IS GORED. ju ces must go through, making it all Umington Dispatch. . 1 - i v, 1 v. 1 m .1 ' This matter of arbitration seems to so clear that there need be no failure be according to whose-"ox is sored" in jelly making. rwhen.a side wants to dodge it risesl One of the old house keepers said UP and declares that its contention is she had made jelly all her life but a matter of-principle and therefore it tlloco am t-um , 4. cannot arbitrate. For instance, on top these new methods had taught her a 0f the big plea for arbitrationiade in great deal and she felt there was no the railroad strike, when the men occasion to fail now. . . -'were against it, is found' the Inter- There wa3. also arrangements made horough Street Railway Company, "ia for selling the canned tomatoe3 and .L?i S?ff JSLSS new State equalizing fund laws, this ' other produce the who are. nn itouht. his' ctockhnlrlpra in 1 . J f 1 h 1 1 uaus. 1 1 1. 1 : 1 1 1 1 I II M I 1 1 1 1 1M I II 1 M jsri fund In 1916 amounted to $447,940, and ; would put up. One woman's club In If labor .squirmed in one case, capital was so apportioned as to lengthen the ' town promised to buy so many dozen squirms in the other. '. school term in all districts in all coun- ' cans of tomatoes from these "girls in ' f: foes (having not over rour months of 1 their county. The girls, were verv FRANK CASE IN GEORGIA POLITICS w LOCAL RAILROAD SCHEDVLE. ASheville-Spartanlmrg Dhisin. bill. There was some southern bpposi- ' cans and Progressives combined can FOR SALE My home on Sixth avenue tion to the anti-child labor bill, but it muster a majority of only 9,000, where- West: A bargain if taken at ortee. could have passed without southern 1 as fOUr years , ago they had 25,0QO, it S. JL Harris. 9-21-tfe. votes and influence. . Would certainly indicate that' the Pres- - Rob'ns in his past record has been ident In reality won a victory in Maine, associated with all manner or radical particularly as Maine is and always facts. ie is said to oe a strong aa- has been a Republicn State. I only vocate of the Henry George single tax hope that the other states will show a theory. The south, likely, is not a fer-.. ne result in November, so far as the tile field for the promulgation that"; progressive vote is concern, ' and sort of idea, but it doesn't appear to ifnen there will be no doubt as to the have taken root in the north and west, , outcome. The President will be elect- and surely has nothing to hope from . e overwhelmingly." The Washington the republican party. " v j Star. It would not be possible for Robins . . to .substantiate hip reflections on the The "public" seems to be a large 42 Southbound ... 8:08 A.M. 41 Northbound ,10:02 A. M. 28 Southbound ,.11:20 A. M. 9 Northbound.. ' 1:00 P.M. 10 Southbound , 5:15 P.M. 27 Northbound. 6:5."P.M. Transylvania Division. 5 Ar. Hendersonville 9 : "0 A. M No. 8 Lv. Hendersonville 11:30 A. M- south with any concrete statement, Dody of people entirely surrounded by No. 7 Ar. Hendersonville 5:00 P-M-none showing the south to be an im- j politicians. ; V " - No,-6 Lv, Hendersonville 5:20 P.M. penment to progressive federal legis lation. Nashville Banner. - No. No. No. No. No. No. No. CANDIDATES HUGHES ON HIS SECOND TOUR. School ( twenty and a half days, and to bring the shortest school term in every school district of every county in North Carolina to at least over five months exclusive of all local taxes for schools ra sed by any of the districts. It will pot be long before every school district in the State will have at least a!x months of school every year, as this "State equalizing fund Charles Hughes left New York at 8 o'clock Monday morning on the second trip of. his presidential campaign. Mrs, Hughes accompanied him. He made his first speech of "the trip at Peoria, 111. His itinerary, which is crowded w'th stops for- brief speeches, will carry him through Indiana. IH nois Ohio and Wisconsin and into New York State for several speeches. The nominee will also deliver one speech in Pennsylvania, at Pittsburgh,, and One in New Jersey, at Trenton. He will return to New York October 1 for a brief rest before departing on his third campaign trip, which will not r much encouraged and went away not Spartanburg Herald: oniy inspired to do more and better Hugh Dorsey has Just been elected work, but with a real knowledge of the ' governor of Georgia, receivine more work they were trying to do. So much yote.s, than all three of his opponents end until November 4." for the help that can be given by the 1 mCe" Uorsey- u Wil1 h " - " ' Sta'te if people are only enterprW 2 PATTERSON'S STORE TO CLOSE, enough to go after it nd bring i,t in- of the leading opponents of a pardon ; h.- Patterson's Department Store reach of those whom it will most f?!1- His Part in that case gave will be closed next Thursday ancLFri benefit. Food stuff and all that is Publicity and brought him day on account of the Jewish New grown and prepared on the farm ls"JLZ "A-150 U1.ai : Year. . : ; ; - . - w. " v-.uu6uum ucui gia.-r WJll he CrTI3tontl. l-nn-nnni-. ! .... tin.t . r15""6' r.r -, ueearul to everybody and it Is essen- He has now realized on his pubTicitv "ua in,crease m medial that these products be brought to and his record in the famousnurder "a m tneconse- the greatest perfection and anything trial, t . went assessed valuation o -that pro--that aids in their growth and pres V? hl5?t W -. ...... . . iroM. . t.i j. - . i u.. voaB ia uauue lie umuenc . in vation Is a help to mankind. - I Georgia politics.. DOLLAR DAY -AT HUNTER'S PHARMACY. MONDAY. SEPT. 25. It " A real diplomat is a man who sends nineteen- roseji to - a woman - on her thirty-tot birthday.-? , -: .-- iernlan's U S;? Army Shoes Designed by the army board, built according to their specifications'and required to be worn by every V. S, officer and enlisted man because ' 'experience with thousands of men proved that this shoe will neither deform nor abrade the feet under continu ed hard mar 'ching over rough roads:" For aU round use there is no better footwear for outdoor men. Sportsmen, Letter Carriers, Expressmen, Machinists, Carpenters, Masons, Lumber Yci ra Men, Builders, Motormen, - Conductors, Survey' ors, Plumbers, Inspectorsall men much on th eir feet , find this the most scientifically built shoe to oe obtained. It is light, neat and full of wear. l'll . : from our local, agent, Wh itnnre s tas Shoe Store :'':--r : Vnr QiA 10 a i 1 frIU-Aiil Zarv'iro foiaranified. Hade Only by . JOS. U. HERMAN SHOE COMPANY, Boston, U. S. A.