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VOL. XXV
ELLISVILLE. MISS.. SAIT'lîl>AY, »II* LY 1 T>. 11)05.
xo.23
CTUUT COMMENT.
MY T. M. MKKCUANT.
Cola mima 1« to have n daiv |i>|>er,
The Evening Pont.
A Pike r nnty woman recently 1
«lied «♦ Un .lùv.moed «ge ot 112 *
year-.
Ya*> o Citv I.« to b.,v< n w yarn
■lilt, with a C'i'ii o ».
The J^iano» to vo r.iiKo«t three of
U>* Bo»<mn w r v .s.» Is stink in the
harbor ut Pur A--; ur.
The ouDTtoiioti m U. K Senator
Mttohell of Orison ha« oust one more
•tain npun the u.me uf the meat
body in which he serve«.
The Neshoba Democrat t« making
it hard fin tit fur it longer school term
•ud better school buildtngs in Nesho
ta oounty. May it« efforts tie crown
ed with suuoeaa.
of ir.s.oof.
The prediction ia freely made thnt
the effort to organize a "white re
publtoau uarty" in Virgiuta will fail
aa auch * Borte have always failed,
redacting the republican vote in e loh
Southern Hute where auch an effurt
An old criminal who was recently
Interviewed by one of the Kxobaugea
•ta tea tnat one of the finit asta
whloh led to bla ruin waa cheating
an editor out of two years subscrip
tion. Let others beware
Although a large amount of the
naira tax created during the bpan
iah-Auaartoau war yet remains, Re
pnblloan leaders declare that the
ip tax moat be revived to pro
re venue. Official
grattera muât bave money to operate
The Tnpelo Journal repropucea
Ihn poem, "Linea On A Confederate
Mote," aooreeding it to tlaj. 8. A.
Jonae, the real author. It amina
that aome mlaondemtunamg hae
artaan of this tamo a. point, winch
|g do n b M eaa due to the fact that it
WMSireafctted at the Lonuville re
—•— a. a —latinn with the author
j«*?»» Chicago
Idtohndnta a g Hast the
teat trpfct. The result
*|
•tafiad «ruh lUcgreitteat in
cite Tup«loJo#rjii*l fittingly
trill be
fartant,
obaarVM tJU»L ■'ImLotweuta amount
to nothing gnUss» Uw* prosecution
la pretacd to* uou victim' with a
aan tenue to fit 1 he crime.''
aan tenue
U to theuglit thnt polio« sid wdl
M neotwunrv to protect I'ltuco 4 <»e,
of the Emperor of Korea. Irum
it. oammer girl in New York.
wildly Ohurea »long the beach a
hundred of
son
He
fut* day» ago by
fbaw» "oeantteH," each augtoua to
plnut » kl» UP»»" ht» mitnly brow.
one
L. T, Uarltcl*. afiiUir of Ihe W.st
Poiui l«oder, ru»iste that bn wdi
put lu a n«w»puper plant at Acker
men
warning of The t'luiudi aler of thut
town. Abut Choctaw o .unty 1« able
to aupport oolv pee paper.
X^wnaeiid »bonld an m]uce
gOD to prevent
glnrviiiJC bim.aelf to death.
Uoke ffnillh m »rav^ltng *JV< r the
Mate of O' orgta pu a free put«
mg the people that bi.ßap(ini«< y tor
Dugermv of iliat aiate is m it.jiiip»* 1
gu a "ilivine call'", while Ciaike
Rowed (leciarea trial fie t* the real
reform CJiul'daU), anti that fiukB taa
It 1» ja-rhapi* a ipatter of re
gpet that the people of Oeorgta cau
A«d a belter man man either ot
in the mar future, despite the
Bro.
Mr. Carlult) from
tell
lake.
pot
tfieiu.
onr
lin»,
O'JUUejun On Tfia W*n»
Tfis r»ty ot New Orleans under
1^0 000 nnUUgoOloot of inspector
.Wfitlaker wt cleaning the gratter» on
jÜMflUy. police fort* id B rutot »bap«
Jumi 0'M*l.eyi»m and »1* i l w
pltua baa marching order» UJ Vacate,
The New Orieana State» aay* (
• U'M.illey>»in m «Un» ramittoa
r 1 Kited out.
tiooa ia being »teadi.y
• th . reign of diactpliue, efficiency
•Ml honesty ha» »octieeded W Uie
ngime of demoralisation, corruption
grafting, which n*d ao long di»
. gnoad New Orieana prior to the tu
dnoitt.u of Mnitsker,"
Il I* given out in uo uncertain
sound that the negro Carter, who
baa recently been appointed to a
clerkship ia the Greenwood Po»t
oSce will not bn allowed to aery«
• Mr. Xwwrclt or whoever is reapw
•ible lor tbi» appointment ought to
HMtaratawd by this tim«, that the
white punplir of the Sooth will not
pat ap with «och thing*.
GREAT
SH
RED
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Ellisvifle.
Mississippi.
- BEGINNING -
«
JULY 14 - TIN DAYS - JULY 25.
*
Prices will be reduced as never before in Southeast
Mississippi, and one of the largest and most complete
stocks of goods will be sacrificed, in order to realize
money for fall purchases, which we will make larger
than any previous one in the
!
i
history
of our business.
Clothing.
Shoes.
Pants.
Mens
ducc^l to . .
Mens lo.oo suits f
duced to , ™
5.00 suits re*
• *7-5<y
Mens 3.30 pants, re*
duceJto .... .
Mens 5.00 pants, re
duced to.
Men* Oxfords, worth
$ 3 . 50 , reduced to • - $ 2.^5
Mens Oxfords, worth
4 . 00 , reduced to * - $ 3-10
Womens Oxfords, 2.50
$a*75
I
-i*
rt
uo
duced to , . ,
Mens 2.50 pants,
duced to .
$1.10
k
$•*>.5
duced to - -
Shoes, 1.50 kind, re
duced to - -
Boys 3,00 suits
diicyvi to . . ,
re
^ • $2.2,5
$165
t
«5C
a
All
.spring
and
tfre:s : omis will |> c offered re
gardless of cost of raw mate
rial, for these
Al| Staples, Dress (loods,
»Sheetings,
summer
Laces. Lmbfoideries
Insertions wil
prices that wijlastonish you.
Ribbons and 41 dress trim
piings must besold,
This Will be the most ef
fectlve sale evf carried on in
Ellisville.
tions made estcially in this
line of goods.
and
be sold at
Domestics
». ant *
Cotton checks will be sold
-same as
goods
must
other goods. Full
stock Lonsdale j A Sheeting,
Pepperal 10-4 Sheet!
Bleached and Unbleached,
go at sale prices.
We can't
carry them over for another
season, and It will be
move.
afford to /
a
of
ng.
a rare
a sup
of the
all
He
(ifater
opportunity to lay in
PU for the balance
summer.
red n w
You
on these
can
save
goods.
3.5 per cent
to
This salftYiil be conducted on strictlv imrit k. • ! * '
simply 1)41 Wore goods than we care to carn ^vt" to anotb^r ^ nclp,es * We
and in ord U turn them into mouev to make f ill *. 1 f S ,^ un î nier »eason,
reason thaUecan afford to sell them e he m„ iSt S *<! '' l °
include gneres. We do mit lake hack ori'xchanm* luuUnttl W< ' ?°
prices, and^e mil not charge goods durinu this sale In.f « ,ese . ret luotion
L . .. mf »... iSÄÄYÄtthsaS;
wdi
thut
able
the
tor
1
real
taa
re
the
Bro.
from
Ftnntain-riimms Cn
tell
IHM; ''A
T
A Trip to Harritokoüty
On last Thureduv n^Wg. aie
8Vith, we left onr honln ci of
good neighbor, Mit'. I ■ "I
, ,
onr
lin», mjwlf, the br ttoalf. V
Muafer Trov and
boarded the train
le Ut?*
Ha run
.
county.
E even o'clock foun» at D- ;
-.on, where we wenV' hvir. '
Hugh McManu* wi(his b^
Wedioye thropgh tt|ne fordo
bi» home, two Diile»;n ■ 1'T
»reeling with the faft°' ,k P* I
U,
then J tine dinner wwved. *)» ;
hnBH» fin** a plane aè*Vf*r
h fl j
auul I
J j
taring trwf, IJ
Hueh and V»a K 11 "'
were orw- aobeiart c.lt-iaen
.lone» county, th -y j' ö'"' P ! 4
fine crop« ot ßorn un/tat
the n.oat peoari treed th
that I * vcr »aw
J
„ ,H
» their mam crop» hey »»eijw
a
to
w
«r
be »a well »*tisfied I evar %»
people. With tl^eir Lome», L
day we took a driyt wc*t lo|v
log at the country ich was .
nice and ley» 1 .
tiitor^J fpormiP wen
• trip to the Ouifj want d
Î
tbrougli Hanaborro
ml Mi«M»*ippi ;
citv winch are tint <*.i»st town«
came the gulf ore
lieu
the »hell 'road j
to liclfj.ort whirl', fair to be the
, Queen city of thet.'o >.l
;
I
bunrbiy morning w,
train tor h, me hh-1
• hoard .--1 the 1
rcacned thorn '
. that evening and fonr.d
vtry thing
; *11 ri^dit which cri»,-d us to e:,j ,v
' uur t rl p v r y
At H reeem ine,.-; n g „■ the b
directors of the J nj> *
; Awmciatlon, the f„;i„wlo
«itiaeDd acre ^leoteci u 4 vice-pre*e
j «leots of »ja ici an« jcjaiion, to-wit :
I B
j C. M Herrington
IJ A Weat
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T E \V»idr-'p
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1 VI -,, >3J Kg V.
JONES COUNTY FAJP.
rd ot
1 'iitr.tv Fair
r. amed
J M Bryant
J <' Windham
J I' AI > er
11-"» I'" kero- j
J'-fV Bout well
<1 Herring!,,.,
Earl J ...neon
J L f
1
J M Boyce
,H T> SuiTirall
T Jon.,- n
W AI Hill
Woodward
T Tisdale
'
■klld;
Ed i
W il O:
AI 1 tv-loom
T H Kodgers
11 if Qverstreet
W W Kaircbild
rk
r*§f rt-fct

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lo|v jf 0 „ 1
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B It (j -avn
Î Tne board of director« hopes that •
es» gentle m»» will accept, and I
Ve to tue coming fair their beany ,
id active cooperation
''A
;
Succe-j For Those Wh > Tiy
.
It,,.
n
j
** opportiinium ,,
thone wt|o nr„ on Hi
; them.
e to
• lookout lor
lit not
complain at
«aine rule
and to
1 lie
J"
ma
a !« a> «
I on tin- alert
ne, a
lot
1 1 ,j*
'
poor
rin
HOC
oppli, .
town
or city
it «d tile
tiiost- wii
ll to
w
corn
er, -idem
of ll,
-•It in
nier, ,
Von,dry.
W,
• "tl.- held ted five
to t tu i t foreign co
rial agent
» and di-cov, r tin
un
bent plan«
• trad- of the I'm
tri
for
tHfl Statf
I
ey are expected to a,J.
d find i
for then
make» .,
men of that tow
the candid
men
market
veil Leader
The Hrookl.a
■*t!on ti
- u,
th«* In
»Ine««
i wideli aliouid
ceivi
•n-i, fera lion of
-very where. The
«uggeaiioii 1 < that ;
judgem-nt and good Im«i„ e «« ,, lia !.
idéation I, -,-Ie. ted and ( , a i,| a H
",'y Inm in giving
tne work ol adverti»
mg tne ad vantage« of lit,- town,
will be
man of
»011 nd
1
la
whirl) • ill j,
' whole lim ■ t.
hin
He
expected to
ne»« men
new «
Kllisyille
; factory. To wait 1
bu-in,»
keep in louci«
and invest
-rit.-rpri»,.« for p ir
need» a canning
linger 1» to mi»» a
with ittiH
UI -t
Knd ««-cur,
town.

I
, Itood
a
opportunity, a
«lock company should be organised
Jr
. om »•, oil«! |||,- work Hliould l>
|i will give employment
ud iriaa«
»gin.
no m.
nionej- (o.
to

•r of people
the Inventur*.
A Kentiir'ky wo* iH „ w( ,o i
ly oppoaeel to plural
irxie ia a th
1« rrpmJ.
marriage» and
rough convert to the
marriage«.
At
r», »he i» j
ninth iiu».
<lii
idea
tin- a
,f
luiru&roti*
ge of u.
r '> Ihre« yt?a
1 ' vln « happily with lu-r
band, ,-tgl.i i,,, -I,. 111 , 1 - |, avj
buried iu one Kent
Her I
'••Hf been
' key cemetery,
t marriage c*ccnrit*«J
only 1
ago and although lierfor
r huHbaiMla have lived to
fe
k
n.
enjoy
rt a time,
bled 1 j 1 1 ah * Jo
r Hit r I
the ia.t
m« 1 » happy
lii.n«elf
well and
-1 der«
fortunate
bave won the heart of the !„-», cook
and prettiest woman in Taylor roun
to
tv.
Tl.e building of the p,
ia going to I
iioele Sam.
inn.
a . anal

M great
Tile gratters
Micubtim
on
cour»e, get in their work al u lively j
rate on the old ,„a n , and he
Help il.
CBo't '
■Sergeant Henry, of the
peniten
••ary, give« a Very gimm.y account
Of the
l>re»ent condition» of the
State»*» clop», having recently made
visit to them.
**
MISS ELLA McINTOSH,
Staple Lnd Fancy Groceries.
IN HI I ! I > I X ( î I ( ) I \ M 1 !< I.V
occi i»ii i> in fosj i i it;i;
New Fresh Supplies Always on Hand
Phone
Prompt Delivery.
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Fair
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Meridian.
Mississippi. O
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The cry >
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potaton g tftrf ,
good "-next „„
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