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Aberde KLY SPEOIAL IHBUSTR1AL EDITION- PART 2. WEE en VOLUME XXIX. ABERDEEN MISSISSIPPI FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1904- NUMBER 18 ! i v zy Buggies, Runabouts SURREYS, HACKS, Plisloiis, Buggies!! Qualify Up! Prices Down! h Never before in our history in business were we :b1e to show you such COWPLFTE as are showing this season, livery line is well bought in lare cjmtiitilics for SPOT CASH! Fnfiiense Car of Crocker; .. . . I . . - - JUST UN- m r m m m 1 i i 11 11 1 1 ii 11 a lSouuht in BULK and p ickcu in car. I ins means a saving of dol lars to you in this 1 Sr." BUGGY, a WAGON, a SUIT OF FURNITURE, a Sewing Machine, or anything you want, on the installment plan. r4 r " " -.. , r wrw g ' ' jil Infer- fe. ,,VU v i--" 'v - ' '" l" 1 1 1 r r - - jf 1 . . ".i my . ; '-r - , ' - ,- "" -i ,i..r j - - .a i. ' jh1" - ?- JZ.. ! "v-y 5 6 Harness of all scriptions. I SHDDLESra BRIDLES Every thiug in Leather for your MULE OR Lbh HORSE. Pill QUALITY UR! PRICES DOWN! - .rsrSttS i l) - i rter lenluars oDp COUNTY OFFICERS. iCoiit imic.l from j mre S) JUDGE R. W. EIKNER, 4. I I President of the Board of Supervisors. Th ntinty is livikl into five sn porvisors" disirictp. vnch district hav ini; one ifptrscntativo in tlw Iloanl of Siip'iviirs at (he county scat. In May, 1!'4, .lu.luo II. W. Kikner was ! -e-t as iiifsiilini; ofliccr of the hoard. This loard has charge- of all the financial affairs of the county. ' its roads, public buildings, etc.. sit ting as a supervisor's court once a month. Through this court nil claims against the county areJ prosecuted. Previous to his election Inst fall, Mr. Kikner had served as justice of the paee. lie is a native of the county, representing the Third district. The fact that the new jail now in course of construction was started under his term of otlice is indicative of his en terprise. Judge Kikner takes an ac tive interest in all municipal and county affairs. VI KW OF THK KI.KS" NMW ond District on the Board of Super visors, and was elected last fall for another term of four years. Previous to this time lie served two terms as justice of the peace. In all, he has been four times before the people in a public capacity, and has each time ABERDEEN. MISSISSIPPI. M. A. JONES, Board of Supervisors, Second District. Mr. M. A. Jones served from 1S!; to 1!mhi as the representative of the See- in business in Aberdeen for the past nine months, conducting a pool par lor on the first floor of the Gordon Hotel building. His appartments are spacious, well kept and conducted on t lie very highest plane, perfect or der being maintained. Mr. ltarrctt been chosen as au ofiicer, which is an i came here from KussellviUe ! , evidence of the hii:h regard in which he is held by the voters of the lis t rict. Mr. Jones was born in 1S3I, and reared in Monroe county in the farm ing business. He now operates a farm of 212 acres, located ten miles east of Aberdeen, on which he raises principally cotton and corn. IK. C. CRENSHAW Sheriff. K. C. Creushaw. Sheriff of Mon roe comity, has performed the du ties of that oihco with the utmost accuracy and care. He lias previ ously served as county tax assessor, where he was engaged in line of business. He has lent patronage. tlu same excel- f JOSEPH W. KENNEY. Industrial Editions Compiled and Illustrated. T. T. BAR 1 1 AM K: CO. Wholesale and Retail Fruit. The business of this house was established live years njjo in Aber deen, and is the only exclusive and leading fruit house in the city, They do a wholesale and retail bus iness in bananas, oranges and oys ters on the half shell. The firm and was elected sherilr last year. mercantileTi if.'oiiuuui'il from nn 3) J. H. BARRETT, has an excellent shiDniiiir trade in nl I the surrounding towns andsup I plies all the local grocery houses, i It is doiiiff a prosperous and in j creasing business, and is under j the management of Mr. J.K.Selph. .Mr. J. H. Pool Parlor. I Jar ret t has been en on cv loo ' Plate engraved Visiting Cards and $l.ro. Piioi:ni- I neu Co. ' .5 - V t IP The descriptive and imlii.-t rial matter of this edition was compiled by J. W. Kemiey, who makes a speciality of compiling anil illustra ting trade and souvenir newspaper editions. Correspondence invited. Temporary address, Jackson, Teiin. 1 it : 5 Sr jfe: OLD SANTA GLAUS HAS ARRIVED at nn A dm, at S Jl M IV ra York Racks! TOY DEPARTMENT. rt your itK-kini ready mid hanjf op yonr pockt-t book. OokJ ntWi ! the Uul oucs, and plf:(-nnt though? fer the larr. Children, you uiu!t be nil tuul-i from im.w on. Miud your Mainniaiul Papas, get them in good homer, then write IJ Snut.i Clan lon letter and tell him Mrhat yon want. Thru f-t .Mama and Papa to mail it KEIXSON'S Toy Store, where Santa Clan will be nore to k" if. f jr ),J Santa IMans hax made hi headquarter there, and we have him locked up in tht cloHet, but lm will make .hi apppearauce about De cember lt ii. full display. He ha brought ou the largest and prettiest utof k of TOYS yon ever aw. arid he i goinir t till every little boy and K"' stocking full iu Aberdeen aud Mouroe comity. If jour vtoekitik; too fuull borrow one from .Mama, it will hohl l-.tn of toyx and nice things Old anta (Maun will till it full. Save up your nickel and dime t Mama and Papa, litMe i-ier or brother, or the ba ty a preneiit with Santa firm i gim to give away to iom little boy or girl Three Elegant, Large, Dressed Dolls, Eree! Kirwt Prize, a Large I t n I II. Stcnd Priz, a Large t to. 00 Doll. Third Prize, a l.artfe if.VlHl Doll. Kvery 25 reut spent for Ti.ys hi our store geti a giie- free, at the 3 Prize Doll. Kvery ib.llar Hpent et 4 guesses. tuering content commence' Nov. the day we have our (liand tpettiiig, and t-ltise Dee 21 at lt::'Op.m. Yougucss at a jar of peumex, the one gursoing the nenit't to the num. trr of peuuira in the jar gt llie First Prize; next ueartst t lie Second Prize; ueit uearert the Third Prize. Nowbe-ure to come tit Kliisiiu' Toy Store to upend jour ma money, where von will get your jjurwse free. If you gucs right the $15.00 Doll i your. P.verybotly i cordially invited to viit our ftore FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25.- We will have our Grand Opeuinn Display n that day, anJ want the childreu to be preaent. SOl VKMKS WILL UK ill VKN AWAY. Kaoh lady that attend the ( ipeuing Dis play will be given a pair of mdreeed kid, free. Mr. J. H. Ki.li no will have charge of the Toy Store, aittd by Mini Mattik Nokton, of Amory; Mir UKATkiCK EsTita, Aberdeen; Vis Nt.n& Tatlok, Aberdeen; Mi Ukbtir May Smrfhkru, Aberdeen; Mia Jrhhik TcMrt-KTCN. Aberdeeu; Miiu Jksik JevkiMa, Aberdeen; Mis Siwik Hri.LK Jam . Aberdeen . ' JrUIeeineo. Mr. Uetrg Bryau, Sr.; Mr. tieorge Uryan, Jt.; Happy Hooligan; Gloomy tlns;lphne aud Gaston; Leon; Foxy Jranda; Lalo and Leander. The above fta'eladie and naleemeu will Oe glad to aerve their country aud city friend. The prize Dolls have already arrived and will be ou di- pm -ovemoer .'.. everybody invited to call and take a peep at these beautiful Dolls. Children, see if you like them. 1 hen go home and tell your Mama and Papa and they will do the rest. The main feature of our Santa Claus Department, is our o and 10c. Counters, just loaded down with Toys of all kinds. Most auy kind of a toy cau be found ou our 5 and 10c. Coun ters. We have a full and complete Hue of TOYS AND A- Ah HOLIDAY GOODS in endles variety. We have the largest stock of Toy3 ever displayed iu Aberdeeu. It will do you good to come look at our Toys aud Xmas goods. It is the same as a trip to the World's Fair. List of a Few of the Toys wc have ou Display: '.".0 Dolls. 500 Toy Books. ."xmi Tea Sets; 1:.IK Cows, Horses, UabHs, Cuts, Chickens aud Lle- phants; Doll Cradles and Hammocks; Doll Bedstead and Tables; Doll Trunk and Shoes; Doll Steel Ranges; Rubber Toys of all kind Boxes, Toys of all kinds too numerous to mention. Fuil line of Musical Goods Pianos, B;iujos, Guitars, Fiddler, Accordeous, Mando litis and Harps. Horns, -j, 10, !.", 20, 25c. Farcy Rubber Bulls 5, P'c. Drums! Drum! Drums! Ilorus, Comets, Trombones. J limping Jacks, Surprise Full liue of Jewalry, Watches, Clocks. Riugs, Chains, Etc. Handkerchief Boxes, Neck Tie Boxes, Jewel Cases, Manicure Sets, Smoking Sets, Shaving Sets, Toilet Cases, Cuff Boxes, Work Boxes, 500 Plush, Celluloid Albums 10c to $ 10.0O; Mu sical Albums, Scrap Albums. Full line of 5 and lOc. Tojs. Largest stock of Dolls in Aberdeen. Wagons, Doll Carriages, (io-Carts, Wheel Bor rows, Doll Swings, Chairs, Doll Hammocks, Doll Furniture, Trucks, Etc. WHOLESALE TOYS. For the benefit of the Couutry Merchant will say that we have made arrangements to supply them at wholesale. We bought iu car load lota and are prepared to sell wholesale, thus giving the merchant chance to buy 1 dozen Toys of a kind as cheap as he cau order in 50 dozen lots. Last year we sold 56 wholesale bills. We shipped and sold Toys iu Tennessee, Arkansas, Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, North and South Carolina and Maryland. Come early and make your seltctions. Will let you select any amount, from 1 of a kind up to a dozen lot pieces. We want 10O wholesale bills this year and are going to have them. We have all the other merchants skinned on Toys, they can't touch our prices. We are in the lead, we never . follow. We have only a limited time to Bell our Toys and they must go regardless of value. In connection with our Toy Stole we have the largest f took of ry Goods. Shoes. Clothing, Notions Hats. Cloaks- Overcoats, trunks, etc.. iiiarri'tl folks, siogl' folks, and for those single folks that want PrrwiitH for niotlu-rs, fathers, brothers, sisti rs, iieic, in phow, aunt, graml-mother, grand-father, cousins, last but not least, a present for your mother-in-law. iveineinoer, every iraue in ine liiy; in the eitv f Alwrdeeii. Vm keen everything suitable for a nice, substantial present for young folks, old folk to iret married. Presents for motl You can give her a trip up iu a balloon and she will never come back any more. Presents for every lanly, old ami young, 8 to 80 years. Stor tret fvto rirtura iron, l oiiw ire 1 your kimhmu rt in 00 me irroumi iioor. SPECIAL NOTICE Our fur wilt tin cloned Xmaa nay, in to girt- our Clerk a day rest, the? work o hard. 80 set lour prmmnt before that da v. a you ron't buy aF that day from m. CmMMrly aixt ittwl tlw raih. We are Studied, Ktild all the time, from early mora till late aifftot.' have a f nil force o wait 00 yon in ih Hi Store- Every person iu Alr iIom and county not able tofelToy for their little onea call on ni aixl 1 will take .l"anro 1 tlMiin true of r bar ire. 1 vim everyiKk. esim-iaiiy cite little on-, a merry Aiuao j j to BOJvif t Ifeoesifo 1 1 iwr V De Cured of itching, bleeding or protruding Files, by vising' Pe-ruoI Pile Cure It is the one safe, certain, sure cure for piles sorts. It acts instantly and cures permanently Large boxes only 50c Pe-ru-ol Salve, 25c Pe-rvi-ol Liqviid I J. B. W- 1 i 1 71 V. r. JINK1NS. frc-iilfut. C. R. SYKE8, Vice-rresilei.i. J. M FA H LA N E, Jk.. Sjc y, Monroe Insurance Agency (INCORPORATED.) Represents 28 Companies with Combined Assets OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS. The recent conflagrations put Rood business people to thinking Don't wait till you have a fire! INSURE NOW! I7e write Tornado Insurance. June 3. 1904 6m. &5M5 TO $500. IVER-JQHNSON or H. & R. Single-Barrel Shot Gun for $3.45. Double-Barrel Shot Guns at prices away down low. Shells, Ammunition, and Sport ing Goods of All Kinds, at the lowest prices. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. BOURNE BOND 42 West Market Street, Louisville, Kentucky.