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This week we have prepared some
Extra Values for you, PRICES on
HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR that
cannot be duplicated anywhere on
Earth, We invite your inspection.
UNDERWEAR.
Ladies' derby ribbed, fleece lined, handsomely
finished vests and pants, worth 40c, 7 r
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Ladies' Egyptian cotton,
pants and vests, worth l.zo a suit
at each ------
Children's extra heavy fleece lined union
suits, the 40c kind, at -Children's
unbleached ribbed union.suits
at - - - . - . - -Gents'
ribbed wool underwear, worth $2.00
a suit, at each -
Cotton Underwear for men at 25c to $1.50 a gar
ment. We want you to see it, price it and we are
sure you will wear it.
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HOSIERY
Ladies' fast black, full fashioned hose
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Special 35 cent quality black hose this week JCr
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Children's best 10c ribbed hose
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Boys' best 25 cent heavy bicycle hose,
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Men's 25 cent all wool seamless fast black
hose at
The greatest values in half hose at 10c, 12 l-2c, 15c,
25c and 50c.
Don't miss the chance to supply yourself with
these" necessities a saving of 20 per cent off the
usual values. Yours with the best values,
KAUFMAN BROS.,
The People's Money Savers.
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BUDER
Manufacturing
417 Main Street,
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The Bell Cafe
111 N. Market St.
The Cafe will be
the Delicacies of
; Kansas City Meats,
Fish, Oysters,
Lunches served at all hours. .
Candies, Cakes and Pies made fresh every day.
Open from 5 a. m. to 12:00 o'clock at nightl
Suppers for Theater
occasions.
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THE BEST THINGS FOR
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
don't always come in the biggest
packages. Santa Claus could
bring; you a very small parcel
from here on Christmas morning
and yet give you a very valuable
long lasting and desirable pres
ent. Watches, chains, gold and
silver ornaments, with or with
out diamonds or other precious
stones, here in prefusion.
BROS
Jewelers,
Columbus, Miss.
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served with all
the Season . . .
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Shrimp, Etc.
Game of all kinds. .
parties and all special 3
CHAT OF PEOPLE. AND EVENTS.
The season for Christmas bazaars
is at hand, and already interest is
kindled by the announcement of
their part in the preparations of
approaching Yule-tide. On the
afternoon and evening of Satur
day the 9th, the annual bazaar of
the Pastors' Aid Society will be j
held at the Armory, and in addi
tion, a buffet luncheon will be
served. Special care has been
taken to make this accasion
pleasant to the little folks who
will find many novelties and much
merriment awaiting them. The
following Saturday, the students
of the Latin department of the I.
I. &C will give a bazaar for the
benetit of the college library.
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Miss Stafford, traveling Sccre-1 Mrs. Lipscomb is with Mr. and
tary of the Young Womehs' ( Mrs. James W. Lipscomb.
Christian Association, .. is in the;. t'J X
city, the guest of the college as-j Mr A A Kincannon. Misses
sociation. It is gratifyiLg -tojFrankine Kincannon, Jamie
learn that at the Birmingham
convention a fortnight aero, the
Y. W. C. A. of the I. I. & C. made
the banner report, and announ
ced that in the past year $1400.00
had been devoted to their work.
The class of 1904 established the
office of general secretary, for
whose salary they pledged them
selves, and whose duty it is to
assist the officers of the associa
tion, and direct its work
At the Thanksgiving cotilion of
the Choctaw Club, the guests
voted a number of recent chang
es which add to the attractive in
terior of the club rooms. The
wicker furniture has been receiv
ed, and several gifts, contribu
ting to the charm of the apart
ments, have come with the com
pliments of the Ladies Auxiliary.
The third of the series of dances
which will mark the winter
months, will occur Christmas
week, and promises to be quite
on elaborate affair.
In the audience at the theatre
last evening many visitors were
seen. A party of ten from Ma-
con were welcomed, ana aliss
Pollard from Montgomery, Miss
May Richards, Miss Lavinia Rob
ertson, Mr. Carey Cocke, Dr.
Hartwell Cocke and Mr. Billups
Harris, who have been guests at
Malvern Hill" came in to wit
ness the musical comedy 'Dor
cas.
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Mrs. Groyer and the Misses
Grover will spend the winter in
Columbus and will make their
home with Mrs. S. C Munger.
The Rev. Mr. Grover has charge
of the Presbyterian church at
Aliceville, and i s also engaged
in mission work.
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Dr. W. T. Boiling's Columbus
friends will be interested in
Torture of a Preacher.
The storv of the torture of Rev. O.
D. Moore, pastor of the Baptist
church, of Harperville, X. Y., will
interest you. He says: "I suffered
agonies, because of a persistent cough,
resulting from the grip. I had to
sleep-sitting up in bed I tried many
remedies, without relief, until I took
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con-1
sumption, Coughs and Colds, which
entirely cured my cough, and saved
me from consumption." A grand
cure for diseased condition-of the
Throat and LuDgs. At Chapman and
Mayfield's, druggists; price 50c and
$1.00, guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
In succeeding the firm of Har-ris-Pegues
Hardware Co., we
wish to assure the public that J
we will appreciate a continuance
of the liberal patronage which
has been accorded this firm, and
we will at all times endeavor to
merit the public confidence and
good will. See us for everything
in the Hardware. line.
Pegues -McCown Hardwa&b Co.
A savings account opened in
our savings department bearing
4 per cent, per annum is one of
the very best methods for start
ing on the road to permanent
prosperity. Try it with us.
Merchants & Farmers Bank.
knowing that he was the orator.
for the Jackson Lodge of Elks on
Memorial Day, and delivered a
beautiful address. At its conclu
sion he was presented by the
IClks wiih an exquisite electric
study lamp. '
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Rev. Dunbar Hunt Ogden, who
during his pastorate here has
been so much beloved by the col-
lege girls, will make his farewell
address to the student body at
the chapel exercises Friday
morning.
The Rev. T. H. Lipscomb is
attending the meeting of the
North Mississippi Conference in
Grenada. Durincr his absence
, G e and uu, M George
Kincannon are exptcted the later
part of the week from
New Orleans.
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a visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Garth returned
Saturday to their country place,
''Prairie View." Miss Mary
Garth is in West Point, the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Mansell Chap
man. t'J i;
Miss Selena Martin and Miss
Alice Halbert of the Franklin
Academy faculty have been una
ble to meet their classes this
week on account of sickness.
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Miss Cornelia Hudson spent
Saturday and Sunday at "Mal
vern Hill" as the guest of Dr.
Cocke who is entertaining at a
delightful house party.
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Mr. and Mrs. Claude H. Ayres
will entertain very infoi mally at
cards this evening in honor of
Mrs. E. G. McCabe of Atlanta.
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. . Mr. John B. Ross of Memphis,
a nephew of the lamented Col. L.
Q. C. Lamar, spent several days
in Columbus last week.
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Mr. James Butler, who is now
connected with the railway mail
service, is visiting his mother,
Mrs. J. H. Butler.
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Mrs. W. H. Brooks will be the
hostess of the Tuesday Whist
Club this afternoon at three
o'clock.
Mrs. K. E. Johnston and Miss
Marcie Billups reached home
Sunday after a brief stay in ; St.
Louis.
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Miss Kizzie Hairston of Craw
ford, was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. W. Hairston last week.
For Sale Stove Wood.
We have about six or seven
hundred cords of nice split Pine
Wood, which we will deliver to
any part of the city for $1.25 per
load. 'Phone W. J. McClure, Jr.
at office of Newsouth Plow Co.
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Card cases for gentlemen 50
cents and $1.00 at Johnston &
Caine's.
T.J.
Locke
& Son
Good
Tilings
To
Eat
BANKING DEPARTMENT STATEMENT
' V SHOWING THE CONDITION OF THE
Columbus Insurance and Banking Co.
of Columbus. Miss., or Nov. 16. 1905.
Published by direction of Chapter -14 of the
Annotated Code of 1892.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discount's on personal
endorsements, real estate or col
lateral securities f4H.Vl3.T2
Overdrafts secured
Overdrafts unsecured .r .-'tf
Stocks. .viim
State Bonds, Alabama 2.iX.0
Bonds M. & O. U. R. 31.247.17
Bonds, industrial 2i.mou
Banking House 11. rtm.tw
Other Real Estate. 3.tM4
Sisrht Exchange 17.m.07
Cash on hand 5:.3.N)
Total 1 1. 004.727.30
LIABILITIES.
Capital Paid in nankin Dep t f liin.ini.H)
Undivided I'rotits. Net- 74.4U2
Individual Deposits sub. to check .. 474.fil.l2
Time Certificates of Deposit 2i .;:& rt
Bills payable Kai.tmum
Due other Banks.
Total 1.X .727 :
Of the above amount of I:u s an'i Discounts
To Officers of the Bank 5.:7.;H
To Directors of the Bank H".
To Stockholders of the Bat.k 2t.?77 11
I. Ur. II. Lee, Cashier, Cui.VMurs Isnns r.
anuBankim; Co.. of oluinbi-. Mi- do
hereby certify that the forej'iiu;' i-. a true,
full and exact stiiteruci-t : the Assets ui il
Liabilities of said IS.it'k on the 1 i.v ;inl u.i:
named therein. a shown by the bo. .ks of
same. V. !1. Lt r., 1'u-iiiei.
Colunibus In-iiraiiee ;inl 1 tan UiJ:' o.
Sworn to aril subscribed before me. aN'otat)
Public for I 'ny of t'oai-iiims in and tor t he
County of Lowndes. Mi.ssNs.j.p;. thi. the '.;td
day of Nov., l '..:. C. li. vkk.
Notary i'ub'.lc.
Examined and found correct :
T. M. lit SHY,
Auditir.
This 2t't'a day of Nov.. P.-(j.".
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J. T. HARDIN
404 Main St.
FIRST CLASS
FRESH MEATS
Of all kinds. Fish, Oysters
and Game in Season. Coun.
try Produce and Hides
bought and sold. Prompt
delivery.
Phone No. 462.
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DR. R. S.CURRY
Practice Limited to
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
All Diseases, both acute and
chronic, treated by the most im
proved methods.
Glasses Fitted and
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
OFFICE HOURS ISo.. m.
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
The Kandy Kitchen formerly con
ducted by Geo. Shine has been sold to
Louis Finger i'c lb-o. The Finger
Bros, assume the payment of all debts
due by the Kandy Kitchen, and all ac
counts due the Kandy Kitchen should
be .settled with the Finger Bros.
Gko. Shixk,
Louis Fixgku.
Nov. 22, 1 !.)". it
Having sold out The Kandy Kitchen
to Messrs. Louis Finger A: Bro., I wish
to extend my thanks to the patrons for
their courtesies and to request a con
tinuance of patronage for them. Mr.
Louis Finger having been my partner
since the opening, is in every way
capable and deserving of the confi
dence of the patrons.
Geo. Shine.
Posted.
Notice is hereby given that all
of my land in the Steens neigh
borhood is posted, and all fish
ing, hunting and trespassing is
postively forbidden.
Abe Loftis.
11-15-lm.
COLUMBUS
Insurance and Banking Co.
COLUMBUS, MISSIKHiri'I.
Chartered
Feb. 14, 185 a.
: : Capital,
Oldest Ban in the State With
Maintained its credit durinar the war. and
cbantre on all the principal cities bought and
1 he buildintr has st(H)d the tet of three
improved Herrinc Steel Safe, with time-lock
ment of its condition published four times ier
auditor may call for.
tficer T. H. Franklin. President: H. A.
C. H. Ayres. Teller: K. K. Hopkins. iUKk keeper;
Uimcom-u. A. Weaver. R, T. Sykes. J. S.
T. O. Burris. J. L. Walker and Chas. Sherrod.
N. B. We solicit deposits and businesn deaKn&ro with u. Courteou. p'.irr 1
attention to our patrons.
THE FIRST STATE BANK,
COLUMBUS. - MISSIbSI I'I'I
CAPITAL. $75,000.
Transacts a Banking Uusiness Only. Buys ami Sells Kxchant-p f.n lie Prin
cipai Ciuio. Bu3 and Sells Bends. Stocks and Warrant
Interest paid on deposits left for a specified time. Four tiroes yemriv rn.t
ment of its condition be published in the city pai-ern. Ftre prof building : n.-e m .1 t,-d r
proof vault: the latest style of safes with the best ltck. Siuall safe in thctji.'tu'ii
oiners a seure place for valuables. None rented to trantrer.
Dibbcxors: V. C. Richards Jno. M. Morgan. Waiter Weaver. R. T WiilUn C A J-t n-t 00
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'Gclumbus Shcalrc,
Wednesday, Bee. 6.
Ancim: l. sttKiwnn
offers hi latest exhibition of
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Achievements in
ZllctUn, 2hits$rapht(, lirl.
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Cirlotul Sifc:a! Si ry,
Th (irt-;r Saw M il N. .
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Fiftj'Kf.th Var of Sir i
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CADY,
The
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has purclr.isrd tlt r i " i r
and supply drj art tn ?it f
the Columbus Li'bt .u,d
Power Co., ami i? i:ow r-;dy
to subiuit I'tiiDat.-s rj
Electrical wiritit: of 'd ami
now residences ar.d stores.
Electrical tixtures. sup
plies, larnpi. etc., car
ried in stock.
IL J. Harrison
..fiROCER..
113 North Market St.
..New Store..
Fresh Stock. .Low Prices
..Prompt Delivery..
Countrv Produce
a Specialty.
DR. D. D. GRIFFIN
..DENTIST.
Ot!ic over
Oilicp hour :
9-1 (Kim
to 1J a. ti.
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Wanted.
500 one and two gallon j Jk's.
May iV Wk.wkk.
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S23 1,000.
the Largest Banicn Cij
rPdftnH in riru.at Un u'h ' ; :
soid. Stoek and WanaM i-.'i.-'.t -
Cri uninjured. Kir" ir..f , . v
and burglar -pnf at t -t ;t, -r t.
annum, and a ofun ' ti e t r ,
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