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I W EN T V F( ) I KT H YEAR. COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 1, 1903 PRICE: FIVE CENTS tipiffi. Take a Walk on the New Cement Sidewalks and Stop and Look at the New Goods at ' "XLbe Xeabcrs" SIMON LOEB & BRO. "be Xcabcrs" 717HI arc consantV receiving New Goods of all kinds in every Department and you can save valuable time and money by coming direct to us to make your purchases. J What the people want these days are goods that are "up-to-date" and "up-to-the-minute." We accomplish this end by keeping stock ever on the move and replacing the old with new and desirable styles. . , . , In Ladies' Slippers Just Opened. Patent Leather Two- and Three-Strap Sun- Q PO dais, swell Louis heels, per pair vpivJU Jet Beaded Four-Strap Sandals, French CiO heels, per pair ) mZDKJ Jet Beaded One-Strap San dals qr pjr per pair vp v. The Correct Oxford for Walking per pair .... $2.50 Patent Tip Dress Oxfords, Sr.:::.:::: $2.50 Common Sense Oxfords, per from $1.50 to $2.00 Men's Shoes And Furnishings Banister of Newark, has just sent us the swellest made in Men's Patent Kid Bucher Oxfords, panel monkey top. at Don't fail to see the Patent Kid Shoe, full patent top and vamp This week we expect another im mense ship meat of Eclipse Shirts, in every style. Re member this and look them through for this Shirt stands pre-eminent. Prices, $1.00 to $6.00 $5 OO 50 Dress Suit Cas $1.50 to Full selection of Hand Basra, Te $1 . $10.00 , Trunks, Eic. MATTINGS Thoy continually poor in for you must have clean, fresh airv Mattingra at all times. Clothing A better Clothing season than ever-has eucou raged us to buy another big shipment of midsummer Clothing, They are all the newest cuts and latest patterns. MEDIUM I Jj PRICED. I Men's Wool Crash Suits. $0.00, . . . . $7.5() and $10.00 Men's Blue Serge Outs, all grades, CRr- f $3.5Q and.. . . vpO.VJW If you want to finish up and set-off the nice&t l Cloth ing yon must have a Crey Fancy Vest; we have so mo bounties and quantities lini- $3.5u a'..! $4.00 Nobby Tios ami Latest Cut collars. Ill REMEMBER. IT'S ill a The Bio; Department Store. ..CORNER COLLEGE AND MARKET STREETS.. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR STATE TREASURER. J. H. SHARP. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, FORREST M. RUNNELS, Of Meridian. FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER, J. T. SENTER. FOR DISTRICT ATTOKNKY GEO. T. MITCHELL. J. W. BARKON. roa sktor: M. A. FRANKLIN FOB KEPKKSKNTAT1VK: BAST SIDK. P. W. MAER. J. L STURDIVANT. WEST SIDE. A. J. ERVIN, JR. S. S. SCALES. FOB CIRCUIT CI.KKK : R. J. GUNTER THOS. W. TOWNSEND. JAMES A. HUDSON. KOIl CHANCERY CLKliK ! K S. MOORE. D. D. RICHARDS. FOB TKKASl'REK D. T. GASTON. R. S. CURRY. A. S. PAYNE. Z. P. GOOLSBY. D. D. STEPHENSON. FOB SHERIFF W. D. PRO WELL E. S. DON NELL T. A. EGGLESTON. J. W. COOPER. FOR TAX ASSESSOR : JOHN WILLIAMS GEO. P. HARVEY FOR W0 PEKIXTENDKJiT OF EDUCATION S. M. NASH. FOR SUPERVISOR : DISTRICT NO. 2. BATTLE BELL. FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE : DISTRICT NO. 2. F. W. FLOOD. J. M. WAKEFIELD H. D. FOOTE. BEVERLY MATTHEWS. FOR CONSTABLE. DISTRICT NO. 2. JAMES W. BRENT. An American Wedding in Persia. It is not often that the mar riage of American citizens is re corded from the far-off land of Persia, but on May 20th the American Mission Chapel in Teheran was the scene of a very pretty American wedding when Miss Jessie C. Wilson, M. D., was married to E. T. Lawrence, M. D., by the Rev. J. M. Jordan assisted by Rev. J. L. Porter. The church was beautifully dec orated with potted plants and a wealth of magnificent roses, Marechal Neil, La France, Cloth of Gold and other varieties, for Persia is famed in song and story as the land of the rose and the nightingale, and May is the month of roses in Persia and on the 20th they were in their glory. Promptly at five o'clock the bridal party entered to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march. The bride's gown was of Persian white silk trimmed with the beautiful hand made embroidery, famed in Europe and America as Zeuana work. She wore a veil and carried a bouquet of lovely Marechal Neil roses. The marriage took place in the presence of the United States Vice -Consul General, the American missionaries, a few English and a goodly number of American and Persian friends. The beautiful and impressive ceremony being finished the or ganist played Mendelssohn's wedding march and the bridal party followed by the guests proceeded to the gardens of Iran Bethel (the school for girls) where a reception in honor of the newly married con vie was given by Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Jordan. While Americans aud English, Persians and Armenians united in congratulations and best wishes for a long and hap py life journey together tea, cake and ice cream were served t the guests. At eight o'clock the bride and groom, with their missionary as sociates, sat down to a wedding supper, and soon after the post carriage arrived convey them to home and scene Amid showers of wishes they started on ninety -six mile carriage which was to their future of life work, rice and good the ride which in sixteen hours brought them to their home in Kazvin, where the bride has already spent two years and has endear ed herself to the Armenians and Persians among whom she has labored. Teheran, Persia, May 22, 1903. Saved From Terrible Death. The family of Mrs. M. L. Bobbitt. of Bargerton, Tenn., saw her dy inl and were powerless to save her. The most skillful physicians and every remedy failed, while consumption was slowly but surely taking her life. In this terrible hour Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption turned despair into joy. The first bottle brought immidiate relief and its con tinued use completely cured her. It's the most certain cure in the world for all throat and lung: troubles. Guar anteed bottles 50c and $1.00 Trial bottles free at Chapman & Maytield's drug store. A Fine Western Trip. International Christian Endeav or Convention to Denver, Colo., aud return, only $30.00; which will, if desired, include Colorado Springs and Pueblo. Limit of ticket August 31st. A large party from this city and surrounding towns will take the trip which is in charge of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stinson. All persons who wish to join the party should communicate the fact to Mr. Stinson at once, as the 7th of July is the date to start. A great many side trips, such as Pike's Peak, Manitou, Garden of the Gods and Chey enne Canon have been arranged at a very small cost. Board can be had for $1.25 to $1.50 per day while in Denver. A fine conven tion, unsurpassed scenery, and a congenial party will combine to make the trip both pleasant and profitable. i-i : l r i XSV ...1 ngnurauc... Hit i MILLINERY!? 9 We will continue to handle, and we solicit a continuance of the patron age which this establishment has n joyed for years by conscientious mid painstaking efforts to please out friends and customers. Spring Novelties in Our Line Are Being Con stantly Received. g Bailey Millinery Emporium W M ' B 'EW B F A 4fl " Our sherbets are even more popular this season than ever. Try them and be convinced. Chapman & May field. We Make Them Look As Good as New Suits, scoured and presed, $1.25 Suits, pressed 75c Trousers. pressed 25c Suits, dyed $2.50 Ladies Skirts, cleaned and pressed. 50c to $1 00 Ladies' Skirts, dyed $1.50 to $2.00 Fancy Dry Cleaning a Specialty. We give siecial attention to out of town customers. Tnis the only nrst-class establishment of its kind in Columbus and when we clean a suit or skirt we guarantee it not to shrink. ColOfflMleaDiDii&PfessiDECo. J. W. Bbin'I, Manager. North Market Street COLUMBUS. MISS. WATERMAN'S AND LINCOLN'S FOUNTAIN PENS KUO.M. $1.00 to $4.00. W.N. MUNROE&CO. Citizen's Phone 240. Heath & Mitogen's '.' Is the Best Prepared V PAINT Looks Best, Lasts Longest, Covers Most. R. E. CHEATHAM, A?cnt. DR. J. B. ODENEAL. Dentist, Mayo & Weaver Building, Cumberland Phone.