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r!n U H-ha lived' in Oraywn
ntv i.jf German, o. years.
,v"n ,.nt to Teiss from
J .n January. 1653 the
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l... . una ha il uany ury.
in 'l-H Ma. k loam of Oraywm
lomitv ftii.l 'lie aujnixiii ,u....vo
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. . . .. 'it rik'ht for agricul-
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, in the Ial a.) years,
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V V work aa mine makes you,
r:j ire nit careful, peMimhtic
J r.rr ac, no that you find
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in the irv about St, IVter and
"What' You don't know the
rv' Wf'.l, it urins that two soula
'onLfd S' l'der aide by aide,
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1 ic t junker waa n'puineu sicrn
W the aunt on the ground that,
ie ' ad never been married, he
' ij'rer known autlenng.
'The 0 cr man adranced with
i ct.lcnce II? statwl that lie
' 11 n amed twice.
'Bl' I 'i too, tlie raint repulK-d,
nft 'T s a no place for fools.' "
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CHINESE OBJECTION TO RAIU
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vn ainziM v. iiuinman, unn
" u 'he projector, president
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H7kmg hinterland. Of the
i"'.5t veil used four were pur
"1 n the United States, the
nm ng from Germany. The
wnt tavt his chiuf difliculty in
g tin road was m overcoming
out nary of the natives, who op-
; 'irK on ine ground that
molie from the locomotivca
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u wieir crops.
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1 t habitually wonder fand
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laUe royal societiei. nil Mr.
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t '' iny, anu me emtoine
'ncs ana obscrvatoriea
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-paroi spectacles behind
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Ppeal one year (or $1.25.
A All -i'r
Await You Here
We are sure you will
agree with us at you
have in former seasons,
that our selection of hats
has been made with good taste and more than ever
you will be delighted with the attractive styles.
Every lady who wants to know the accepted
fashions of the season should see our magnificent
collection of millinery. All the correct shapes, tex
tures and colors are here in wonderful variety. And
we believe we have never before shown such beauti
ful styles and such moderate prices as we do this
NeVbest in Dress Goods
We are ready with a stock of fabrics that
contain every new Weave and color
Exquisite Crepe Weaves
Tailor Suitings, &c, &c.
Black Dress Goods
A superb Display. Many new fabrics suitable
for dress wear and tailored garments. Prices range
to suit everyone.
A great display of the very
newest goods on the market.
Rich Cotton Suitings which look like wool in
showy plaids, checks, etc., a yard 25 and 35c
The best make of Galatea in light and dark
grounds, pretty figures, dots, stripes and colors 20c
Percales in the very latest designs and colors, at
a yard 10 to 20c
Bordered Flannelettes for kimonos, dressing
sacques, etc., a yard . ,10 to 20c
Best Outing Flannel in neat checks, stripes and
plain colors, for gowns and night shirts.10 and 12j
Best Standard Prints, plain and bordered designs
all colors, a yard 6c
See the New-
They are right up to the
minute in style, and have
every excellence of manu
facture that the most ex
acting should require.
The assortment in
cludes every leather, last and style in straight and
wave tops. You never saw a more stylish line in
$2.50 to $4.50
At r V
Ballard t First Monday in Jan
uary ; third Monday in April; sec
ond Monday in August.
Calloway: Second Monday in
April and November, -and first Mon
day in August.
Carlisle : Third Monday in Feb
ruary and October, and first Monday
Fulton: Third Monday in, Jan
uary first Monday in May and Sep
tember. Graves : First Monday in March :
third Monday in June and second
Monday in November.
Hickman : First Monday in Feb
ruary ; third Monday in May, and
fourth Monday in Ssptember.
Marshpll: Second Monday in
March, June and October.
McCracken: First Monday in
January, April, August and No
Ballard: Third Monday; Calld-
way, fourth Monday ; Carlisle, sec
ond Monday ; Fulton, second Mon
day; Graves, third Monday, except
April and October; Hickman, first
Monday ; Marshall ; first Monday ;
McCracken, second Monday.
The New Barber Shop.
If rou want an easy ahnve,
Ai food at a barber ever gave.
Call on me late and soon
In the mornlnc or afternoon.
Hut razori nicked and full of rust
I keep for tboae who ask or trust.
-O.0. HALL, Prop.
Next door to F. A M. llank.
A pain prescription is printed up.
on each 25c box of Dr. Shoop's
Pink Pain Tablets. Ask your Doc
tor or Druggist if this formula is not
complete. Head pains, womanly
pains, pains anywhere get instant
relief from a Pink Pain Tablet,
Sold by all dealers.
Something new in the way of an
advertising scheme is that' of the
Roberts Johnson & Rand Shoe Co.,
makers of the celebrated Star Brand
Shoes. It is the nature of a movine
picture show and is given free on
the streets. Don't fail' to see it
next Monday evening.
I F you like to be dressed in the
smartest style, and the best
quality, now's your chance. You'll
find this store the right place for dis
tinction in clothes.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes are the best ever offered for
men to wear; every fabric all-wool,
the tailoring done in a way to keep
the good style looking right; you'll
itfind these clothes the best for your
I .1 n C o 1 .1 1
wear, cne most perrecc cioines maae.
We show you just for example
one of the new two-button styles; a
very snappy, stylish suit.
In addition to a great line of fancy
weaves and colors we want you to
have one of our fine black suits for
A showing that eclipses any we
have ever made before and will
prove our position as a "boys" store.
All sizes and styles for all kinds of boys, and each garment sold under
a guarantee. Come at once before sizes are broken. Prices $1 .50 to $7.50.
Copyright 190I by jWy
We'll show you all sorts of good things to wear besides
clothes; shirts, neckwear, hats, shoes and all the rest.
Thic Store is the Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
Smith & Amberg
We have some souvenirs at this"
office for those who contributed to
the Bryan-Kern Campaign Fund.
To quickly check a cold, drug
gists are dispensing everywhere, a
clever Candy Cold Cure Tablet cal
led Preventics. Preventics are also
fine for feverish children. Take
Preventics at the sneeze stage, to
head off all colds. Box of 48 25c.
Sold by all dealers. i
The Jews New Year's Day was
observed by all othordox Jews last
week. The holiday commenced
Friday evening at sunset and lasted
until Saturday evening at sunset.
A mother trying to be a christian
and trying to bring up her boy in the
right way told a lie and her little
boy found it out. There was no
way out of it and what she saw in
the truthful eyes of her son made
her suffer as no physical pain could.
So she said mamma is sorry and will
go tell God all about it and ask Him
to forgive her. The boy replied,
"I'd better go and tell God, he
might not believe you."
Dr. Peter Kirk, father of Kelste
Kirk, who was arrested on a charge
of forcing Will Ingram to repudiate
his confession in regard to the night
riders of Calloway county, swore
Judge Wells off the oench an I was
tried before Esq. F. L. Holland and
turned loose "for want of proof."
Mrs. J. H. Russell, of Union City,
has been visiting the family of h:r
son, John Cotton,
Eleven per cent of the population
cf the United States are negroes.
This is not the eleven spoken of in
If its in the grocery line, we can
sell it as cheap and as gcod as any
body. Bettersworth & Prather.
Free moving pictur? show next
Monday evening. See Smith &
Amberg's ad for further particulars.
Ed Williams and wife, of New
bern were the guests of J. E. Fuqua
and family this week.