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MIDDLEBURY 11EG1STER, APIIIL 23, 1H97. Vol. LXII. NOT COMPLETE But nearing the tinish, ancl in much better shape to show goods than a fillinfi: the are with new shoes, ancl can show enough of them to intei:est the most particular. The new shapes are sensible ancl nice fitting, aricl as we have most all shapes and many widths in stock can likely fit comfort ably most any one's feet. BOSrD BBOS. KXOW WAi 3II3X JiY TI11S ADVBUTISEaiBXT. Thut it ls my wlll tliat every pi'ison slmll imike tnoney oy hnyinrj corn. Tliv Li joy goM linno in HastliiiulH tlueu years hjjo vttx "Old loi $" now $.j,wiO,ono isvulUM'il lorlt. W'li?"' AltiT lUgBins ilown 3fKi iuet tlie ricliest ol oru Ikis Imon dlsuoveml. To own July or Septein her corn now u rlcli vein ol oir wlll bc dl-co crcil wltliln llio next lwo iuoutli.1. 11 you sue not poiteil In t lit stntistles ol Corn, write or cull on me and I wlll produee llieni. You cun not nmke it lots 111 buylng corn 011 tlircu rcnts por busliel niurgln nromnl prescnt prlcex, You will make a surc projjt aua the pobsibtlitn s are a very blg one. Provisions are on thc np turn nmi are snlu to holrt, ns stock v nri lifrlit, uud domestlc iind oxport doniiind enonnous. 1 want to liuve tho opportunlty to tell you wlicn to buy Cotton, and II you vritv lor polntors I wlll Klve you nioiu'y-niakprs. Wrltc lor lull inlonnntion, my ett I'oelut Mnmm), and Iloard ol Tradr taillnlit'il iri crmont. Only rcgnlar Stock JSiokir -rr ctfOCKOi-B! The Result of Twenty Years. A business man in our city has had twenty years indisput able insurance in the Equitable. He has had all his premiums returned to him and a little more. His policy in the Equitable was on the lowest participating rate. Premiums Paid, $563.40. Gash Returned He could obtain such a result in no other insurance com pany. For many years we have been giving the figures of matured Life and Endowment policies we pay living recipients of the funds. Other companies do not because the compari son would be unfavorable to them. For further information address W. H. S. WHITCOMB, Gen. Agt., Eiuilallo Knihliii;. 100 i'lmi'cli Si., ISnrliii(;toii, VI. 5) 3road Iiiiihlin, ... Kutlniul, Vermont. Why not give this It has cuued others. It may iiru Dose is small and measure kulu. For Sale by ISAAC STERNS, D. C. BENT, Munuftictiircr of I1ILL TIMUEIt IIKAUT Sl'ItUCK SIlIXGI.KS AND AhU KI.VDS OF COAltSK LUM BKK. COSTOM 8AW1NO DONK. My shliiKloa aro 10 nielios lons and tliruo. elghtH ol an lucli thlck at butt. A lull btoek conHtantly on lmnd and ordurs snlicltvd. 1 liaru aUo sap shlnt;l( m ntocl;. I shnll tliln yuav saw about 300,000 slilnglos trom clap uoard butt log.s. H :il FOR SALE OR RENT, m acrus ot pasturo land sltuatod ln tliu nortliorn part ol llrldport. Vt-. woll knovrn aa tlio Hemonway lot. Kover lalllnc sprlns and crock watur. coualdorablo wood- Tlns ii ono olthobcst poaturoa ln AddUon Co. Tonns, $18.00 por acro, part paymunt incasli, balanco on 3 yoars Umo at 0 por oont. Wlll ront 'or 100 por yoar wltli prlvlloao ot solllng. For Jurtlior partloulars uddroas ownor, Q, II. llUltWEI.L, 126 llriinson Avo., lionton Ilarbor, Mloli. week We ao'o. new shelves Itud llook ls A $614.71. medicene CIIANCE ? you. Middlebury, Vt NOTIOE. Tho copartnorslilp totwoon tlio undor slHiiotl ln tlio Middlebury Ukoistkk iiowm papor and Job printlnu bualnoas wa8 dla solvod by lnutual conaunt on tlio lst dayol April, IB'Ji. Allaccounta duo tho llnn must bo pald at oneo. Hciiiittancos aliould bo mado dlrcct to tlio Keoistbk ollloo, wlionco propor roculpta wlll bo nanl. JOSKl'll 11ATTICI.L. K. II. Tuoitr. lllildlebury, Vt., Aprll 1, 1890. TO LKT ! At tho aouth end ot I.ako Dunuioro, a nlco placo lor a suminor roaort, liavliiff a ood liouso to acconitnodato boardors, u Kood barn for hornos, a plcnlo liouaoaudotliorbuililliiKa, ulso liouta. Kroui tlie houao Is ono ol tlio fln cat vlews on tlio lako. No llquora, stronff bcerorcldorcau bo aold on tlio placo. No lntemperato man or a man with a fargo laui lly nood apply. Alao to lot lor tho sonson a nlco, now doublo coltago lor ono or two par ttoa at tho cold aprlnK at tlie wost aldo ol tho lako. Tlio cottacn la turnlaliod with now bcd atoads, mattrcaaea, chalra and tablos. Apply to COI.UMI1U8 SMITII, 13 Wost Salisbury, Vt. ounty Hcids. Bridport. Our .Saxton's Itlver stutlelits returncd to thclr school on Monday. G. P. Sollnco returncd liorao froni Massachusctts on Tuesday. Mrs. Ida Ilemcnwny ls passlng tlie week with friends ln Itutlatid. Dr. II. L. Townscnd, nfter nn abscncc of a week, returncd liorao on Wcdnesday. Allan It. Crane went to Oxford, Mass., on Saturday to aeccpt a posltlon in a woolen tiill 1. ,1. V. Klngsland and L. Ii. Itussell brouglit liome tho fur from 242 rats and one mliik last wcck. Aniong the rats were Uve white ones. Itev. G. E. Cady startcd on Monday for Seheucctady, X. Y., to attend the annual meeting of tho Troy eonference. Mrs. Cady, with her youug ehlld, is at tlio hoine of her parents in Uristol. ' At the annual meeting of Mornlng Sun lodge, Xo. 5, held Aprll 14, for the elec tion of ofllcers, the followmg wcro duly electcd and installed: V. M., J. II. Wlthercll; S. W., W. M. Grandey; J. V., G. E. Sollace; trcasurer, Ilcury Xlehols; secretary, P. E. Towner; S. D., It. E. Klngsland : J. L., Geo. M. Sellers; stew- ards, J. II. Fletcher and J. N. Spauldlug ; chaplain, W. O. Ilitidcs; marshal, J. itiee; tyicr, n. a. rayior. Bristol. Ruth Meader ls very 111. Ilarvey Siples ls 111 with tho grip. All of the siek are rcported as better. John II. W'right is somewhat itnproved in neaitn, tnougii stiu coniuicu. Tlio therinonieter registered but 10 degrees above zero Tuesday mornlnt;. X. II. Munsill of Malone, X. Y., Is ln town looklng after his systeui of water works. D. K. Johnson was takcn slck Satur day nlghc "iind is now eritically lll, though souiewhat lniproved. The state cattle conimissloners are hcre and liispeetcd several herds of cattle. It ls too early to learn tho rcsults of tlio tost. Mrs. E. Iloyt I.andon dled very sud denly ot neuralgia of the heart at her hotne on Jlaple street on Saturday. The funeral was held at her homo on Tues day. The burlal was at Mew Ilavcu. Ilorace Farr, aged S7 years, dicd on i; Saturday evenlng. IIc had been in fail ing health for sorao time, though witli no particular dlsease. The funeral was i from hls honie on East strcet on Tuesday and was largely attfiided. lle leaves a I wife, two sons and one daughtcr to mourn his loss. illss Grace Merrill of Lincoln, daugh tcr of Mr. and Jlrs. Alfred Merrill, dled at her homo on Thurstlay nlght of ty phold pncumonla. She was slck only about ten days. She was a member of the graduating class of the Bristol hlgh school and was takcn slck here. A largc ttelegation from tho school attcnded tho funeral. CJORNWALU. J. L. Douglas expccts to start his crcain wagon soon. The hard freeze on Tuesday nlght burst tlio plpes of tlio creamery engino. J. S. WinjJ is doing quite a business in the wheel linc, both in selllng and re pairing. Tlie Ladies' Aid society of South Corn wall wlll mcet on Thursday, the 20th, with Mrs. II. B. Scovel. Water on the intervale ls higli and crossing from Salisbury statlon to South Cornwall is dangerous. Wni. Macklutosh of Arlington Heights, Mass., for several years pro- fessor In Chauncey Hall, Boston, and now prlnclpal ol a higli school in one of liostou's suburban towns, was in town for a part of his Easter yacation. Easter was approprlately obseryed at the Congregatioual uhurch ; an address by the nastor, and a choice conccrt es- erclse being the programme. The church was artistically decorated with potted plants, pahns and cut llowers. Fountalu lodge, No. Gl, I. O. G. T., are to hold a social and celebrate the secoud annlversary of their organlzation next Tuesday evening, tho 27th, in their lodge room at the town hall. Middle bury and Addison lodges have been ln vited to be present, and a pleasant social time is anticipated. A good literary programme has been prcpared. IJefresh inents wlll be served. EA8T MIDDLEBURY. Mrs. Etta Wllkins is so much improvetl as to be able to sit up. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kussell are the happy parents of a little dauphter, born April 10. Uev. E. It. Harris dcllvered an excel ent discourso on Sutiday, it being- the last one before going to eonference. The weekly prayer meeting held at Mrs. W. V. Turuer's on Friday evening last was largely attended and Interest ing. I'p to wltliln a few days our friends flip rnh1n4 Imvn Bi'sirnnlv minnnnil hnf now are seon in numbors, as though hcroTl!e',Mr. Watson olliciating lor cne season. Montord Wllkins, who has been so alarmlngly ill for several weeks at his homo at South Reading, ls now thought to be improving. Leicester. Orator Dow Is in poor health. Mrs. lllram Itickert Is ill with ineasles. Altoti Morso has moved to tho Fisk farm. Lulu ISickert ls recovering frotu the measles. E. J. Urown of Goshen called on frlcnds Monday. School began Aprll 19 in all tho schools ln town, slx in number. Mr. Hampson has removed to Sallshurv and Georgo l'altnarine to Pittsford. O. II. Capron, who has been coiiflued to the house with lung trouble, ls ablo to bc out of doors on pleasant days. New haven. Georgo Coats ls In Mrs. Georgo Coats ls In oulte noor neaitn. V. M. llcnodlct Is now vhoarding at the L'artch IIousc. Miss Mary E. Koscoe has been at homo during vacatlon. Charles Ilalght of Hutlaud was In town over Sunday. Eawyer J. II. Donoway of Ferrlsburgh was In town on Monday. Tho many friends of Mrs. E. II. Lau don of Bristol, formcrly Mlss Lllllan Knrnuin of thh town, wtre shockcd to hear of her suddcn death last wcck. Mrs. Thoinas Murphy, formerly Mlss Mary Ulvers, who at ono time tatight school on Ueech III11, has bccn appulnt ed supcrlentcndent of schools ln tho town of Chittenden, llutland couuty. Tho new flrni of Purlnton & Evercst have started two carts, one of whlch wlll make a tour of Addison, the other of Wcybrldgci They havo establlshed hcndquarters ln tho Nuttlng block, for merly occuplcd by Danlel I.evarn. Calvin Squlres Albec of liutland was marrled to Anua M. Thaver at IMngham ton. N. Y., March 24. Mr. Albce is Woll known In New Haven, Itlpton and other parts of Addison eouiv y and is now m thc marblc business in Hutland. KIPTON. S. II. Ileudrick Is failing veryfast. Mrs. A. E. Barnard, who has been very slck, ls considerably better. Clayton Danforth cut hls foot badly a few days ago, but is gettlng along nlcely. It ls rutnored that Mrs. Comie Austln of Middlebury Is trylng to gct scholars ln lnstrunicntal muslc hcre. Success Is wlshed her ln her eflort, for she under stands tho niatter thoroughly. Tho number of our slck increascs. The list of tho3e'ofl duty embraccs Mrs. K. Haskins, Ed. Gove, Mrs. Slierman, Mlss Susan Hendrick, Mrs. P. Strack, Itollo Mc2ulvcy, the faiully of J. II. I.adoo (four persons). seveu in the fam lly of G. .1. Hodges, Mrs. G. I. Flaudcrs atRKDavid I.ee. Alfs. Miranda Hendrick dled on tho 'afferuoon ot the 19th lnst. at thc age of jfbotit SI 3'ears. She eame to town with her husband alinut 00 years ago and had alwajs been a qulet honie body, caro fully attending to her own allaira and giving her nelghbors the credlt of know ing cnotigh to do the same, allowing others to do the gos3iping. Slie was the uiotlipr of four dauiliters (of wlioin three survive her) and ono son, who fell while engagcd iu asslsting ln the sup pression of the rebolliou. Iler funeral was on the 21st inst. from the Methodist church, tho pastor, Hev. J. M. Sinlth, delivering an appropriate sermon from the words : ''Xo man liveth unto him solf, and no one dleth unto hiniself." Mrs. Cornie Austin of Middlebury pre sided at the organ and Mrs. Danforth, Mrs. Smlth and Mrs. Day and Messrs. Xoble and Biillugs furnlshed some very beautiful and appropriate muslc. SHOREHAM. Kent Wrtght ls ill with the grip. Miss Bessie North is visiting friends at Ticonderoga. Miss Ella Mead returned to her school at Saxton's Kiver Monday. Mlss M. A. Douglas is in New York for millincry aud lancy goods. Tho villago schools opened Monday with the same teachers as last ycar. Henry Mead has recently recelved news of the death of his niother at Bran don. .i.T.b l'ev. II. B. Ilannum, wife and sister of Southwick, Mass., are guests at Dr. I'latt's. Miss Agt.es Treadway is teachiug on Barnuin 11111 and Miss jennio lloluics at East Shoreham. A slx-year-old son of Wni. Edwards IpII whilo iii tho barn at play and broke ;bpth bones of the left arm. Joseph Doisware, aged Cl years, dled of constimption Suniay evening at his homo in l'ichville. He was buried from the Catholiu church Wednosdav mornini'. . y VERGENNES. It Is a boy at Dr. W. X. Knowlton's, born Monday. Mrs. David Duquctto has reopened a uiilliuery shop in the Stevens block. Uev. W. X. T. Dean'of Middlebury preached in the Congregatioual church on Sunday. Dr. Thoinas Ilogers of 1'lattsburgh is a guest of hls parents, Uev. Thomas Kogers aud wife. Elbert L. Stagg has bec n appolnted postmaster at Panton, vice Trumau S. Watson, resigncd. John D. Edmond. a former resldent ot this city, was recently clected mayor of Leavenworth, Kan. The steamer Victor of the Vergenues and Westport transportation linc is to bo launchcd this week. Itev. E. M. Bartlett of West Bridge water, Mass., preached hls iiitroductory sermon iu tho ltaptist church Sunday. W. N. Thompson has ronted the Ed mond place aud Mrs. Susan Morgan a part ot the A. T. Sinlth house on Clill aveuue. The reported death of Joseph It. Stcarns, a former rcsluent of this city, at Plattsburgh, recently, turns out to have beenfalse. The Easter servlces at the Eplscopal and Itomaii Catholic churches wcre large-lj-attended. Appropriate exercisos wcre alsoeld at tho state school, Mrs. Warner, widow of B. B. Warner, rfet'cai'vil, dled Iu Panton the Kith, aged 74 years. Tho funeral was on .Sunday, Mrs. Susan ltogers, widow of tho lato Lnfenry ltogers of Ferrlsburgh, died the lb'th, aged 81 years. Ono datighter, jllss riueue ltogers, survives ncr. , Miss Anna Wetherbee, aged ."1 years, ilied after a lingering illness. the l"th, of cancer of the stomach. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anios Wetherbee, fetirvivo. The last quarterlv meeting of the Methodist soeloty was held In the church parlots Weduesday, tho 14th, at 2 p. in., the presldlug elder, Itev. J. J. Noe, preslding. , A nieetlng of the Vergennes Baso Ball assocldtlou was held Tuesday evening ln Mayor Tuttle'a olllce. The club has joined the Xorthern Ieague and wlll at oncoproceed to draft a nine that will 1111 tlioblll If possible. Jlrs. Frances Bates, wifo of City yheriil Stephen Bates, died after a short Illness in this city the 15th, of heart fallure, aged 15 years. A husband, ono son, Fred, and a daughtor, Mrs. Schuy lcr of Worcester, Mass., survive her. Tho funeral was on Saturday at the Eplscopal church. Tho annual nieetlng of tho Woman's Chrlstlan Temperanco uulon clected thcse nlllcials: Presldent, Mrs. I. F. Hatch; vlco presldcnts, SIIss Magglo Strlckland and Mrf. L. Spencer; sccre tary, Mrs. J. Barnard; trcasurer, Jlrs. Dr. Phelps; supcrlnteudcnt of press work, Mrs. A. L. Sawycr. At tho annual convocatlon, olcctlon and Installatlon of olllclals of Dorchcstcr lodge, 11. A. M., ln Masonlc hall, Thurs day evening, the loth, theso olllcers for the year ensulng werc chosen : Charles A. Chapman, W. M. ; X. G. Delano, S. W. ; II. V. Sears, J. Y; F. A. Goss, trcasurer; C. T. S. Plerce, sccretary, It. II. N'oonan. S. D. : J. D. Whltesldc, J. D. ; Hev. Thomas ltogers, chaploin ; E. E. Fleld, S. 3.; II. O. Fisher, .1. S.j Georgo F. O. Kimball, marshal; W. II. Flagg, tyler. West cornwall. Charlotte Lucas 13 back from Whiting, where she spent the wlnter. Her health ls poor. Mrs. Amos Atwood Is ill with pneu monia, but is more comfortablo thau a few days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wlminet wlll soon commcnce housekecplng In one of II. T. Peck's tenement houses. G. II. Searle walked as far as tho store and back on Wednesday. IIc feols that ho ls slowly but surely improving. Mr. Maclntosh of Boston, Mass., has! oecu vismng nis wne s motner, Mrs. Lucy Jones, at I. J. Jones', and calllng on other f rleiids. M. E. Twitchell went to Bristol on Wednesday to see hls aunt, Mrs. W. Klngman, who ls very 111, as Is also hls cousiu, Ira Klngman. Stairs are being bullt on the south slde of thc Haskell store for the use of Mr. Sowle, who occuples the pleasant rooni3 on the second floor of the build Ing. Mrs. Waltcr Atwood, president of tho the town, will meet with some of thn ladies ln this dlstrict at Mrs. A. S. Blng hani's on Thursday afteruoon to sew for ' the family of Louls Xarrabouo. It will bo romembered that their houso was bumed in tho wlnter and nearly everv thlng they had lost. Mrs. Xarrabouo 'ls ln very poor health. Last week they mct with Mrs. II. A. Moody for tho same purposo. Weybridge. W. C. Sturtcvant was conflned to his house by Illness most of last week. John Brittell left. for his now home on Thursday last. Mrs. Brittell will go later. The pulp mill was obliged to shut down this week on account of the con ditlon of the water. Chas. Perkins was thrown from a colt whlch ho was riding on Monday and spralned hls wrlst very badly. Ho is likely to be Iaid up for some time. Miss Jane Sturtcvant was sticcessfully operated upou for cancer at tho Fletcher hospltal in Burlington on Saturday last. At last accounts she was doing well. All druggists and general dealers keep Xeurotlc Oil In stock and recom nieud it for nearly all the ills, aches and paius whlch suflering hnmanity Is heir to. It Is an infallible remedy in case of nced, and should always bo closc at hand. Used both internally and cxter nally. Harmless, pleasant to take, and always eilective. The children all cry for it after once it is used. 25 cents at drug and general stores. When a person ls loslng lleshand wast ing away there Is cause for alarm. Xothlng so worrles a physlclan. Con smuptives would never die if they could regain their usual weight. In fact there would be no consutuptlon if there was no wasting of the system. Tlio cause of this lnSS Of fll'Sll !s n fnllnrn tn nrnnnrl,- digest the food caten. Xine-tenths of an our uiaeases uate uacK to somo ue rangement of the stomach. The Shakflr Dlcnstivn Pnrrllnl will :tnn this wasting of the body. It act3 by" causing tlie food wo cat to be digested sn na tn in crnnt. fnp ii.-ifllnrnatnl ft,mi .. . ...... . ' . 'nV-l.-M does more harm than good. The Cor- uiai contalns footl already digested and is a tugesior 01 ioous as wen. Every mother hates to make her children take Castor Oil. Laxol is sweet Castor Oil. RESULTS PRODUCED. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York paid July 27, 1S96, matured En dowment to Mr. H. J. Rood of Randolph, Vt. The policy was issued on the 10-payment, 30-year endow ment plan: Oriprinal Insuraiice, Additions, $1,000.00 708.00 Total Aiiiniint naid by Conipaiiy $1,75)S.7(5 Xet prciiiiiiins pail, (J22.00 Profit over Cost, $1.17(5.7(5 It sliould ho rcniciubcrcd that tho "BI2ST INSUKAXOir' is issued hy the eoinpany that pro duccs tho best rcsults. G. h. GREEHE', Special flgenl. Brewsters' Block, Middlebury, Vt. ASSETS. January 1, 1897, $234,744,148,42. 10 2w BICYCLES I The wheeling season is at hand. I shall this year, as last, handle the high grade RAMBLERS, which are better than ever; also cheaper wheels if wanted. I have a few second-hand machines on hand. Call and see my stock before purchasing. o. :b rich, MIDDLEBURY, VT. H:tl. , Eleotrio Bitters. Electrie Hlttnrs U n tnnillnlnn snlt atnavu, uui uuiiiaiia niuro K ed fccllng prevalls, when thc llyer luiiMu nuu aiuggisu anu tlio nceu 0 use of this medlclne has often avert Inni. ii, ..... - r . luut; uu iiviiiniis iitiai uitiuua iove Xo mediclne wlll act more surely counteractlng and frcelng the systi from the nialarial poison. Headacl Indlgestion, constlpatfoii, dizzlness ylt to Electno Blttcrs. 50c. and Sl.On t lin.Mn nt W 11 Ct.l.l .1 . ' Buoklen's Arnioa Salve. Tho best salye ln tho world lor cu brulscs, sores, tilcers, salt rhcum, fet soros, tettcr, chapped hands, chilblali corns, and all skin eruptions, and po tlvely cures piles, or no pay requin It ls guaranteed to give perfect sat faction or money refunded. Prlce cents ner box. For nap. hv W. H. si, don. PILE8 ABSOLUTELY CURED. So that they never return. We havt hoon to suflerers that acts llke mag Two boxe3 of Xeurotlc Pile Olntme will cure the very worst cases, no matt how long standlng. John Brldgcford, 82 State Kt., Alban X. Y.,vrltes: "Your remedy perfon wondcrful cures." If ennma ,n l.n .1 1 IT ...... . . 1 . . 1 nnrl If l,nnr,1n nntn 1. nn... X- Pile Ointment they would suiler no lon cr. Wo will mail a large package this new preparation, wrapped in pla covcr. to anv address on reeeint of Sl.( fwmu "...J AUVU ttUUUL CUIll if ,ir.n . . ..i..i.uy iuluii i iiiiii will irrir ir r iuiuri iniin. j ni3 is iair. tended to proinptly. Write at once me Aeurouc uo.. liur nuton. Vt.. nr ln it of the local agent. jiiuuicuury, vt. Xcurotic Pile Ointment cures pile. WOOL. Will pay highest market price for any grade. SEED OATS, SEED BARLEY, GRASS AND CLOVER SEED At lowest living prices Middlebarx, Vt. Boston Store J. W. McAUSLAN CO. 50 and 58 Church St., lir.:n f. fl. . H. T nrllne Un T?t..l- IT.s JJtV(II0 1 UI3L illQLn UltUll ?fill well as any at 25 cents. . For 10c. T .1 T.' k. . , Itiiu ca jjALlil ou lllll- Illllliri IMnnl' Pnt-fnn 11 n-s tt TT .lnft3 foo llT.W.1.. f ..II . 1 V. J L O lltOL l.flllV.Jl. . U I 1 1 - llliLl iiimi splicedlieels aud toes, elastic top, a cent value for 12 1-2 conts a pair. iiiiuron s ixira iieavy f ast liiacK 1,1 r. ,t . i.i . ... . heel anu toe, doublo knef. Wc wi ...nfn,. ,1.1. v. 1 1 stocklng in the city. slzes n to :. Our prico 12 l-2o. Tll. 1..1 rt. IT ..!! Engllsh heel, sold the world over at cents. Horo at 10c. IT 1 ... . . . . ueei anu roe. witn uounie soio. wrn s Ing storer. sell theso at 10 cents a pair, Our prico 12 1-2 conts. Gentleuieii: Dn vnnr foot ovor fnnl na If nn rtr Do your corns aud bunlous seeui 1111 your shoes till they pinch as It Half IToso at 12 1-2 oonts a pair. 25 cents. for sprlng tho new Ox-blood shade We have them lu all slzes. J. E. T. FRASER Managor.