Newspaper Page Text
.1 7' 1 l i -d.i.v torn rti r , in LAMBERSON'S Fall Announcement 1 , ' - v v p.. I.;', I .,! hi i 1 t S. ' ''i'l'l fo. I . OUIU v V-s Milt Ml I -lK!i the !;fe Ml ' In VI s !n-inv i i. hr i:i;h f ili-.- Tir... the iiaiyased imr.M' has o.x'. h ill will V-t molt! ,uid n.ouev at h ip-. - !1 i i l.mits of ':! m j -..- i!ity '.he money that we h-f. .' - r.'". M Money s--it ..ut : town :r mer chandise that shousd i-'m.' aok, at! i we ami the town surfer f r the thouirh'ie.- act of -a ho t.itten id uio city niorohafs .it '.lie ex-; "v -in i i ;a.M a- pense of our common we. il'h. j p-H'-m Mr If the tra le of this community , 'le t -.i i-ity would profit, was kept at heme our town would -.: -t''-eti fiyijf-e on' h w in circulat'or., ami would, id t he j on'O y in-se w::! eo( him course of business, come back to us ' n- h't in inerease.l taxes perhaps seerul times in the course j k -rti-elves ;f thev are ut" a year; hut that sent out of town j eny ;!i- chwlron of NV.xu. "oes not come back. It is -,'-.!ie tor., ote.-li.m for the sake of "r- , , j n - b-v save ' ur '"ca' meren:ints a-'e paying j ea'dV.l doo'rin.. o! the taxes, contributing to lova! 'enter-: that .r ,,. -he Pn.es supportmR our s,-hotS ami . , . ,, , our churches helping the p.,v,r an1. ,l V needy, ami Riving their aid to every! or e-.Klll.ee -oille; to put pu,,K, t,,lu,,.l)rlM. anj vvvry 0m-. iii.'.r children . munity interest. Knowm.r thi to- o a fact why should we net help: K SY MARK ourselves l.y keeping within the horde! of our community the cir-; -r,- mak -s p.- if,i..n- eulatins medium that is so esseii-j ,eu.'u the lecuiiariy t'al 'jr prosperity, i, -onfuieiHe arti-'.s It may he that the Leal merchant! I'Miiey iiiv.-t-.nvnv t have what you 'van! but h , van get it for you, and :t n; -.I'.siv-u'e-... :n-i.!u:.l case r'ain that h: ui of 'msmess I e- -i a l'iii-sylvaiu a w"uld i.e better stocked f he couH ! ::: -icivv manae-.-d' to put ''epend upon the i-.eal p.tt: Ktae fori Ins k,n.. and act 'v.- tiw business tint is rihrtuKv his! ar,,i wnoni;-a!iy your interest -civo t() him. Wlhn we wan t. erev a pu!'!:c f'r -m !'"ll!l'ain- eon.-tru.-t a .-eh . olhoe.se. V..,; l,U!i ehunh. r-pair a highway or pr,e. l ie for the p,,or do we as.-ess 'be .-ity merchants to whom we ha".? v..,.. -ent our mor.ey or do eve r-v..uvp m tfX'S an I e.,n! ni,U ! )! ; '. n.(.s. eiiij irm :ne .H-i mei-'na-;-. wv.m have '..! r -...t!.. n.i 'd . ll'ink -l .1-. Vo tidy .sum ! ani-i'.-.nt ft - -' o. k i ". I va- v. hi.-ii e.' e n i to A FTER WEEKS of preparation, Lamberson has assembled a WONDERFUL line of Fall and Winter Merchandise for vour in spection and selection. Great care has been taken to select, only, the best of its kind in each line. -1 n. .a-- i"i : l;e Dlaci- . -.1 i ' t : liao 111.1:1V. 'e-IiS. i -. I N J i A(;HI( I 11 VRV is 1 (i-IN, ; (.UOIWJ) ' ! O; : i rn v. Hill' ml COAT SUITS AND DRESSES Our line of Ladies an'd misses coats, suits and dresses cannot be excelled. AH the style, material, and taloring that goes to make an up-to-date garment is found in our garments. SUITS $12.50 to $65.00 .PRESSES and up CORSETS A No garment that a lady wears has more to do with her appearance and health than the corset that she wears. The famous "Gossard" front lacing corsets and "Warners Rust Proof" corsets are conceded to be the best on the market, and can only be found at N'T' LAMHEftSOXS h, ne-.-o-! i 'hat ' l . ! . 1 1 !li- 1. : .if I;. Iv, T-h r:e I e ' i "!'c- er s ji on-r i wie-n ' showed t!iat !::,, .. t ;,in ": ;-e- pojilllati:)!, ij,,. l'r,-,,.,j n living in titles .,( tw-My-five hundred inliai.uan: -pr.-v.ous ,,.,,iS(... shi..n v'" !cndine- i heeome i. 11 !":'-,,!' ;'-a-i a ru.il people. '" '"' f"r the rha-ie-e are nf ''m''u'' understand nor .,n. th--v ' " s:l.vs an evhanire. j", .-' ..: . ,m "l " -imple.-t. reas.oi f.,r- , ., ".; ti;i' m,v"eM toward the elties is i v-..,', ' i emarsfe.1 use of a-ricu'tura! , '. m-ichim iv enables (Wr n i n r-t i-!i; cr- . , - " ,., e'erry- 1 1 :1" 'IVl'ri amount of farm; W":k. A ;sirt of tiie farm w,o-k is .,,,.,,., ''"'c' :,y 'h" makers of farm1 v.,10 sir.Vim'- n'i-h'!h-r.v and they hw in towns,' ..,..,,:,, '"'1 ,,n farms. Aiiuth-r reason1 n e.- had :!- P" Pie irrow in wealth and i !- d.!"n:.n;.; and J'.'il.ty to indulge Tn luxuries they, f!o.-k '!:-. -.v.-ri- ,vie in demand m r and mor' r 'fined pro". i... icMiiioi m l Tho.-.. n fineil products do no any more raw material i 8 ''-fuied products that '" ' vol): un 1, !,ut they more w.'k in th" process .'.'c'iii me, and that work is i I'" ) ) ' who live in towns. !.-. 'ii-o-e wool, cot.n. linen M o make fine clo'he.- than li C:e-. mil it. o '. i who iii the factories and SHOES , We have four great lines of shoes, Smith Sterling for ladies, Billiken for children, P.ostonian and Sr-eodv.ell for men and hoys. We have sold our Smith Sterling Shoes for" e'uh-t-'en years without a complaint. Can we say more? nii'.ike.r. Shoes for children are known by every man, woman and child in the county. They are conceded Am-?rica's best child's shoe. o-ipr x' re -it., i huu a ;.r....,i.v,. .. m -.'. lle-l '"t for hi; un.-. a re- HOSIERY "Gordon hose are found from coast to' coast, but only in the best stores, thats why we have them, it you desire satisfactory hosiery ask for the Gor don. CLOTHING We are featuring the famous CURLEE clothing 100 per cent pure wool, Guaranteed to your entire satisfaction. The only time limit is your own good judgment. Can you beat that? Everything in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods and Notions can be procur ed from us. Save all your trouble by coming to see us first. 'ha;; -h"V Yours For Business - Mo. (.I'all-el il- !tl!-i 1:1 m.,-,. "1 1 ami slum ami tn :!! ion . iir-' I trucks in rio. dc: rease, and -,,!- -a.-h y.o.r I iii.o''- neariv .:' ' or -. h-i-i, o' ti-,:- rea ;on i. one.' i-iioor-cos linw many i"-" f,..n ;.u. OI.O'O- IlLlUIOS . ' a. I., -o the -race l.f-i of A ib"-! icas.m not Mi suuple as tn- :-.v.. iiaiue;!, hut probably of ' i: '.' '. - i t. c ini tun ;.a.u-c is that we i" a m--hanica iy (jil ted race and J;e ,...ortt:ti - - for "ea.-j-,!in,o ii" l "WW V "Pi jf "Km ' II m b erson i; .u p,.ik' u a i . n ostaoUshiiiK his world'.-, record: ..,:' T..,.;' u.au..;... 1 J I ARM PRODUCTS s eciai (fift are somewhat ; f,,r home runs :'i5 Geortre Ileijn.-in ., ,i ;i '. r .... .. i FTC Mlt Q A f rs New iork .;.i, u .,: u.. i... ' tt'o v . . ,,..1 iui,k'vi l" . .-".iaiL,yf nas t i to jnove .so am otlor- property. r in the meciianira' than in tin-; ( ltiibe I Rut'.i, of the nr., uidustnes, I rue, a. American, h them w,d, none on bwn acquitt((1 by a Berlin court of im? the foll.-wintr prop, :.- ,s. t some ext.-nt. a m-.j ae, one n and two on hut did the charge of cmfnzlemen . , HOKSFS M MHI-'S :ndu.slry. but not to the' ' - the trie, vth the bases H,1!wl w, (;mp,Vt,rs ! 4 n. LS v-t i as manufacturing. Then-1 f "led. . In nrikniK his t..ty.f.fth ., th .h((, m(lk. gtaff . ' I - ' t ,"Pu!a,ion, i other parts fl Pf"r B of &t' tion, had been sent by the firm to' 1 yrLK tr ,, , , j, , , . ,, , ... Louis, he drove homo one runner i .,;'; ,!,,. i ' 4 , i 'life n.eic. s mechanically jrift. aliead of hirn. Leipzig, where she was to make nur. ! .'1 l,,.t'(.mi ,,,!' cliases to thf amount of $0,000. Sh ; COWS Am-: !, V.-i h ccl lrO"i. ,er f,r tut. d ,.v- " i " us "no v t w:.. i . ...... in is of non iucchanical in 1 tllre we;,, ,K runnw n th(. ,V!lS(.s "ZJSl ..ZiZ i , c?wSmo8t of which are ce: v.no v,,u pay us a poou . tw.-nty-six with one on base and ten ,,, s r i, V ,r W .... i . y-n:i (rood, r -h- producs of our special1 with two runners on the acks. . , , ,o her ownwear 16 snrin,, calves. its, I Ku-h made his record in the Rame ' 'Cl I t ' 1 FURXITUR13. ,i if i ., o . i -irl wi,s summoned to court o an. Win o.ji ,., , .n;,'.:sh people our nearest I'b.yed from April 11, to September . v"1 8B" ,Sme of our f -e.v ti,. fh-' to r.rf: hv-15- In April he cracked out. live V ! u ,r ,u "3 a whole or separate! '' ' ' 1,1 I,r"' ' " ... ,,,. ... .,,.., . Her counsel, half way throveh the l.MM.KMP,-T ml "rmu ,t vie ,l'isi.,n ot 1 . .. ' ,. (.cied.ns. SUhmtttl-1 a tiumher of , , ., ,,. inore - ui june no mane tuiru-en, m , ' .. , ; , a- nch ly it. We ., , , , ..,',, ,vv h Iters addressed to her bv each c- .e. 'no. ii ,,t a ly ! : : - "-,': 1 iM'i' its 1 1 ; 1 :; l v,.i '' ,-ilmo fiir -' .- - y ir. Mr. Iteai -1 ' : i: i-;li..ii!t.-, hii ,. - i.e -Mii e; him. :. : . I; o ,-r. on -,-,11- ,,f th.. i:i o-.i " .-.i;.r.t ito'd ,; .;: i in.. X -w York T cc i in; el i: t nil ' '.. . d ,.-e hcil.K .- -r -i. i, ;; d i lee of iht h.- Tr..i -irv's h;s. in inc .!ltli!v from th ut th- del, tor unsvers... 'ina-icei! au' hori; i-s P'"': alcy (i-f,nu H ' lief in c,-;,!. Tn-le o.-eucat ;,,n. I tir,.. to en' tieie in their tra n. I.ale-: f ii.v ,,,, :. lUK ,!.in' 'r the Purtners f.-.-niians. ,( French and the' f.j th(? ba gevp!1 hc I.-' I t-i-en mnviinr in the .':- !, and we must expect r nationalities wid followj e iinplc. It is difficult to: It was further discovered that one -f the two members of the firm had wthout the knowledge of his asso- ri:it(, in,Hi,i,.;.l trnlt,iM-n. ,..,.,,,.1 Wlien J.hiies rich (HNimimn her herself half of the money entrusted' -- LOST THE LION'S SHARK inenus raine.i nooui mm wun words 0lllI, !,ni,.111! u,.n ,.. ' le ( no i ., .1,,. t,.,,.,.n..,. n-ill !,. t .., '." '. '-.'-" o ner. .' , .,, . ' friends rallied about him with w I'-'-'c -i Mint 11 wtl resllo in' . ... r c-moe' it ion anion" thosei , , ,',, ' tht? C'r' ' the firm's tiO.year-old anion, most v,.main.(l ani dejectei . t,H,,l. u i.,oi; .. a e- .hr.; t in, to manufneturinit "She left a last wil and testament T ' , electncuci, the C- li ., f,-,.r rion meeh-ir iertl t ,' i, ,.slam ear-0hl nifht watchman and the jun- n! lev. er rion.mei. nam.ai I su . nose ' murmured .lenkins. p; e. . , , , i. . ... .... , . f f,n- ivi.ru ,N:n rnao l.i u.h. SERVICE BULL 1 . I i Va t 1 i 1 II Ml I I (1 1 it' 1 ( 1 1 I i 't SHI V. .1 i-l . .. ... ,, , ... , v.,.-.,i , A,, ....,. ..:.i t ... , 'ii'-n discr.arpea amiu a sterm of , corn. ;-(" v.i:, ir- iiji.ii- in-' ii. him ,: - "., ,v,s, .-iiiu ,, uu,-s, sue ei i a nnl-inL:,. inn- trv i ; to uade with tiv-m. As - '"H nd tesVament." '" ' . iurniture ai-ativ iMi'LhMENTS 1 Six-hor.se steam engino. I iras engine. 3. wagons. 1 hugpy and harnegs. 1 Kurd touring car. 1 new mower 1 New hay rake 2 turning plows 3 sweeps 1 two section harrows 1 cotton and corn planter 1 cream separator I-EKI) 10 tons hay some soy beans and HOY CROFT ERXEST A Jersey bull whose dam has a record of 1132 pounds of butter in one year, is now at CEPAR GROVE FARM 'One milo nurthrast of Macon.) This bull has twelve register merit aughters. No greater bull in the state. Fi e $12.00 Sly & Lane Macop, :-; Miss; Trouble Over Few Words. (cierk "Do you want a narrow man' comb?" Customer (gravely)-No; I want a comb for a stota man with rubber recti;. Gateway Magazine. They hung expectant, while sobs ,-. .-:!, ..I" Hi.. OiO.n., -r.m n.O ! t Oin ! lleV h U fl C eXPCctailt. Will e sobs A ' i i ; i i i,7 ' i r ny 'iiemagogues" in ci-i.e ,, manufactures, agriculture will: clioked back niswoik. .Mississippi? Here's the definition: more remunerative; . llp onmiiu at i.isi, am 10 (),, who. plays an insincere role in have the testament. Jack amiek. m,A).. Nr.. rr llu .i.,, f .,:: rom l'ound K'-eper For Car Driver lor an experienced rat driver phone o. 14. .i 'ilN KARL DOUGLASS. ,. ,. . . ., riii , 'p. litical influence or office; a poser Pont furuct the J anted deal , p,,itit.s. n(. who pan(1,,rs to'pop. runnnq for 30 datH. $t.0 ular prejudice or .seeks to influence worth for SI .00 and lax. reasonless passions in the advance Miirpheys Prua Store Xiinjal'-'iH Candies.. Also Fruits, $!..')() per pund. j Muiplifus Drug St'ire nient of his personal interes s." Has Mississippi had or has it now any of these? Don't all answer nt once, llattiesburg American.- FOR REXT The Grigg old stable prpei ty and bottlir.ar work. j v(i ihe wws, Ulie Ant cls. I,. F. H0LBERG j cr. Mnrpheys Drug Store Tl.H.. I'L... . Will sell s a whole or separately! - l"une -Thr fan,, (John R Cockrell) place J "Aie you wiihug to work for $30 is for rent. j a month and your board ?" asked FRED G. MINER Mr. Cobble. eu Prairie Point Miss. ' , 's' sir'" replied tlu applicant . . I'O' a job as n fann hand. "Rut if MOT FOR THE OOZE ; you occasionally gee me pau'e in my , uisk oi manicuring the pigs to brush . Professor Garner reporls that the ! "'if,tTn thi,Jk n;Hlin ff il- 1 "r,e a,,e t "M " n,,d male ape replies "Wahoo.".. . . i Rirniingham Age Herald . Kvohilion irfiM-sn't seem to have' . '. zyjt? i jr? wo7thbou,,hnw th- "Who is oo?" And the Kirl replied KnVUt to ,mPot thp,r ,li,ls 011(1 "SC. oo'.s."Wavs;de Tals I Wnrrr !ll,(M,t Wjhey are go- i to dodi'e them. '