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Largest Clreulatlon-euaranteed-o» Any County Weekly Published In the State of Mississippi.
Saturday May 28th,
You Only Have Two More Days To Secure These Bargains
• • •
Men's and Boy's Clothing.
Hunting for better values, better treatment or
better prices than you'll get at this store is certain
to turn out a "bare hunt,
i ment can be well exercised by buying now from
our large and tasty assortment. We call your
attention to some of the speeial offers made in this
department during our Second Great Loom End
Lot of 25 Mens suits, good styles and
well made, easily worth $5 each suit
Loom End price
L't of 20 Me..V Suit-, the kind we usually
sell at $7.5,0. Lots of satisfaction to every
man who wears one, your choice per suit 4.99
One lot of 25 Men's stylish good quality
suits, the $10.00 kind and none better
for the price anywhere, choice of any
j suit in the lot during this sah at
j Lot of Boys' Demin suits, jumpers and
1 pants, ages 4 to 12 years, your choice
i One lot of Men's dress pants, neat patterns
special good values at $2.50. During
sale your choice of the lot at
25 dozen Men's fancy half hose. Regular
20c value, pair for
Economical judge
, 6 1-4
DON'T delay—don't watt—don't ft.
DON'T forget to bring your poefeetbook.
DON'T hesitate to bring your neighbors.
DON'T forget we spare no pains to please yon
DON'T be in doobt—Don't overlook the price tickets
DON'T miss the good things all throoght the Store.
The Sale that brings the crowd
Prices for this sale lower than ever.
The Store that does things as advertised.
Don't fail to get your share of the bargains^
The proof of the pudding is in eating.
Plenty of savings for economical purchasers
Pickens-Barrett Co
Over Ihe County
Summary of Happenings in Neighborhoods Adjacent to
Lexington Chronicled by The Adbertiser Correspondents.
Miss Ora Arnold, of Canton, is vis
iting Mias Emma Anderson.
Skinnie Crawford, of Durant, spent
several days here with friends last
Dr. Millard Powers, of Goodman,
wa« the appreciated guest of J. Edwin
Powers last week.
Mrs. L. Hanna, of Canto, is visiting
ft^r parental home.
! Miss Mary Ewing Drake, of Durant,
is visiting friends here.
Mr. William Linam is the guest of
home folks.
Mrs. W. R. Bridgforth and little
daughter, Missie, attended.
' Commencement at Goodman Tues
i ■
We are glad to welcome in our
midst Mrs. Beall, of Brookhaven, who
has moved in the house formerly oc
cupied by J. R. Hoover.
Johnnie Lucas, of Ebenezer, is vis
king his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Pierce.
Mr. Robert Porter, of Texas, is
spending several days with friends
Miss Lillie Maxwell, of Camden,
visited relatives here Monday.
The Leap Year Girl.
Mr. Stephens made a business call
on Mr. Joe Cooper last Friday.
Tax Assessor Mr. Parkerson dined
with Mr. Jas. Niland Saturday of
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* 35c
150 men's hats, late styles, good value for
$1.50. Loom End price
Gentlemen's imitatton Scriven drawers,
per pair
Spring and Summer Millinery.
Ladies' trimmed hats, worth $1 to $1.50
During Loom End Sale
Ladie's bonnets for -
Misses trimmed hats, worth $1 for
Toilet soap, 2 cakes for
Ladies' lisle finest fast black hose. Loom
End price per pair
- 7c
Big Bargains in Shoes.
Ladies glove grain button shoes for
Ladies' dongola button Sunday shoes for
We have some lots left of the famous Ed
win Clapp $5 and $6 shoe We will
close'out during; this sale at
William S. Kneeland dress shoe for men
choice of any pair
All ladies Oxfords and other low cut shoes
at Loom End prices.
■ 1.98
Mr. ATG. House made a business
call to Lexington last Saturday,
Miss Garry May Wynne returned
home from picking berries last Sunday.
Mr. Joe Cooper, Jr., has returned
home from machine shops at Water
Valley last Friday.
Mesdames Gallagher and Murtagh,
accompanied by Mr. Hugh Gallagher,
spent the day pleasantly with Mr.
and Mrs. Cooper, Sunday last.
Messrs. Jas. Niland and Joe Ceoper,
Jr', accompanied by Misses Maggie
and Bena Niland, Minnie Gallagher
and also Tom Niland, were the guests
of Miss Carry May Wynne Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Fritz and their
little ones, Edwin, Annie and Gladess,
were the guests of Mrs. Nabors Sun
fco t Ebenezer, passed through here on
lastltheir way from Mrs. St. John's, where
[they visited Miss Grade, who hss
>4sy last.
Mieses Alice and Leona Murtagh,
been sick fur a good while. Wehop-i
she will soon be well again.
Little Rosa Lil Niland was very
sick last Saturday evening. We hope
she is alright again.
Misses Mattye Joe Shanks and
Lillie Upslmw, two of Central's fair
damsels, visited here Saturday and
Sunday, accompanied by Messrs.
Ira Shanks and Sam Upshaw, Their
departure created « void which their
friends here hope they will soon fill
Mrs. Edna Shanks is cn the sick
list, to the regret of her many
Mrs. Ford Byrd visited her daugh
ter, Mrs. Lindsay Lunsford, last
Dr. J. H. Byrd, of Zeiglervilie,
*pcnt Saturday night at the home
of bis brother, J. C. Byrd.
• Services were held at Antioch
Loom End Prices on Groceries.
24 lbs. best fancy Y.'C. sugar for
20 lbs. standard granulated sugar for
15 lbs. of genuine Rio coffee for
33 lbs. of good rice for * •
J5 bars of Ark soap for
Schnapps tobacco per pound
Silver Leaf soda, per pound
Toilet soap, 2 cakes for
$ 1.00
$ 1.00
$ 1.00
$ 1.00
34 J-2c
3 l-2c
Loom End Bargains!
'^50 yards Staple Check Gingham 'he quality is just the
goods you pay C 1-2 yd if sold from the full piece.
Loom End Price
400 yards Amoskeag Corded Madras, manufacturers'
short lengths, sell in regular way at 15c yd. For this
sale,-per yd
500 yards 60-inch Red Damask, in neat patterns, good
dye, sells in regular way at 50c yd. Loom End
350 yard3 India Linen, splendid value if sold regular at
15c yd. Loom End Price
300 yards Check Nainsook, the kind you pay 10c per
yard for in the regular way. Loom End Price
Loom End Bargains!
2*00 yards 36.inch Percales, 3 to 10 yd. lengths, all
derfect "Loom End" and good value at 12 l-2c a
Loom End Price
4 1-2
8 1-2
24 34
8 1-2
6 1-2
church, Sunday, by Pastor Sides,
who, it is uudersluod, has been called
to this charge the ensuing year.
Miss Nallie Bealle Byrd and her
biotber, Ford, visited their uncle,
W. VV. Byrd, Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Byrd and J. C.
Byrd dined at Mrs. M. E. Lee's
Eugene Wigley and family visited
Cain Byrd, Sunday.
'Tis sweet to love, but Oh, how bitter!
To love a girl and then can't get her.
Our principal, Prof. Foster, made
a flying trip to M»ben, Miss, speak
ing there on Monday, having been
chosen to deliver the annual address
at the commencement of the High
School and Training College He
informs us that educational enter
prise is at a premium in those parts.
His talented little daughter, Miss
Caro, accompanied him and aided
very materially in tbe musical exer
cises of the occasion.
Loom End Bargains.
1800 yards Damask, full width, good value cold in the
regular way at 35c yd. Loom End Price
1500 yards Amoskeag Ticking, regular 18c value.
Loom End price per yard
1200 yards Simpson's black satine, up-to-date goods,
regular Aalue 10c yd. I/jom Bud Price
900 yards {Simpson's Printed Satiue, new and aeaaon
able patterns, regular 35c value. Loom End Price
n 8-4
14 94
800 yards Simpson's All Colored Prints, all solid odors
sell in regular way at 7 l-2c yd. Loon End Price 91-2
3000 yards William Simpson black and whita and
and grey prints, best quality, in lengtka of 10 yds.
and under. Full width, regular value, to. par jrd.
Loom End Price
- 2 7-*
2500 yards Simpson's silk novelty prints, la short
lengths, 10 yds. and under, full width, regular value
6c. per yd. Loom End Priee
2800 yards American pound print in blue*, fancy
black and white and greys, manufaaturars' short
lengths, tf sold trom boll regular price would be
6c. per yd. Loom End Price
3000 yards fancy shirting prints, dssirabta quality,
short lengths, 10 yds and under, regular to. value
per yard. Loom End Price -
2500 yards high art novelty wash goods, light aad
dark colors, if sold in regular wav would be good
value at 15c. per yd. Loom End Price -
2 74k
9 74a
2 7-*
Local News
Happenings of Interest to Home 'People briefly and Enter
tainingly Chronicled.
V-a' Loaf.—Howard Dyer.
Mr. W. E. Morrow, of Richland
was here Monday.
Try a can of Morning Joy Coffee.
Howard Dyer.
Messrs. Yernon Moore, Ben Stig
ler and Fred Rogers went to Green
wood Sunday afternoon.
Shipment of Nunnally's box candy
this week, one to five pound boxes
Howard Dyer.
Quite a number of our people
attended the funeral services ot Mr
B. H. McGee at Acona, Sunday.
Godfrey Shackelford left Tuesday
tor South Mississippi to accept a
position on tbe Gulf and Ship Island
Mite Minnie Motor le visit . in
Senatobia this week.
Dr. J. H. Byrd, of ZeigUrv lL.
spent Saturday in our city,
Mr. W. H. Seigler wan up f,
E be tracer, Sunday.
Dr. aad Mrs. Vns. Kaadell
up from Canton Saturday after no..n
on a visit to tbnir parents, Hon. ana
Mrs. G. A. Wilson.
Rev. Mr. Ladd, of Winona, is
preaching a series of asagnific.Ht
sermons at the Presbyterian ehn ok
bis week.
Millar A Hart'e beat Berkshire haunt
and breakfast bacon at Gwin Bros.
Victor Wright, of Jackson,
here Monday.

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