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S pe cial Sale Sample Garments
BEGINS THURSDA Y MORNING , APRIL 20th Greatest Bargains Ever Offered on Our Second Floor We were fortunate in securing from several Manufacturers their road-mens sam ples, consisting of Women's Misses' and Children's Dresses, made of madras, per cales, gimgham, white lawns, lingerie, etc., at One-third Off. AU 7 hey Go on Sale Thurs , at Reg ular Wholesale Prices In addition to sample garments we will place values in which We have just received from New York's Our Spring Slock is the last word. It is the finest showing of Spring Merchandise we ever assembled. Learn what other stores are offering then come here and compare. Our sample garments and special values will be displayed on center counters and racks and arranged for Below we Quote You Six Special Lots that will be Displayed on Counters: clean good condition. are in 1 on sale numerous other Special Tailored Suits, Silk Foulard, Pongee, Marquisette and Lingerie Dresses fore-most garment makers. j ear 11 chooi i '■ 6 - * Counter No. 2 at 85c Counter No. 3 at $1.05 Counter No. 5 Counter No. 4 at $1-35 Values $2.00 to $2.50 Counter No. 6 at $2.05 Counter No. 1 at 50c at $1.75 Values $1.50 to $ 1.75 Children's and Misses' Dresses made of Madras and Percale, nicely trimmed. Women's house dresses, black and colored petticoats, Kimonas, Wash Skirts. Every garment in this lot is worth a fall third mote than we ask. Values $3.00 to $3.50 Here are dainty cne piece Values $2.50 to $3.00 Excellent styles and workman ship are noticeable in this lot of Wem -n'r and MfSses dresses, Wash Skit's, Petticoats, Kimo nas, etc., that we are offering at _ Here are garments priced m a regular way at from Children's Dresses in small sizes Misses and Ladies' Dresses of fine Madras, Lawn, etc., black and colored Petticoats, white Dresses, long Kim .ras and Children's Dresses. If you have any garments to buy we advise you to come during this sample sale. made of Gingham and Percale. Gingham Petticoats in solid shades and stripes and lawn kimonas in a variety of designs and colors, on this table you $1.25 to $1.50 dresses made of finest madras, lawns, Lingerie Dresses Petticoats, Skirts, Chil dren's 1 Dresses in white and colors. Come tc-moirow and chouse from these extra values .1 etc., consisting of Kimonas, House Dresses, Petticoats, Wash skirts, and Children's and Misses' Dresses. All made of good, washable materials^ Lawn : $1.75 1 Corne I omorrow find values from, 65c to 85c ■ > „I — i SAMPLE SALE O SAMPLE SALE \\KK Bin u k au O 5Ä iTfcirsday, Friday, Saturday Thursday, Friday, Saturday m "M. '/• - « .--■--'...«■A ■ _ . M. . f —BOTH PHONES 35 <! Social and Personal 6 KATIE L. I. ALLEN Mrs. J. S. Harrison left Tuesday for Vicksburg, where she will be the guest | S. A. Stewart, of New Orleans, spent Tuesday in the city, en route to Me yidian. <• * * Ityss Jessie Parker, of Petal, is visit- j . fnç Mrs. Hattie Miller, on Buschman 81 * * ♦ of relatives. »> >1* <• Mrs. J. E. Matthews apd daughter. Lula, of Mobile, were visitors here Tuesday, en route to Meridian. ❖ ❖ f lr. R. H. Llnnemann, of Denver, J 1 >., Is visiting his brother, Mr. C. E. 1 lemann. ft . ♦ ♦ * Messrs, Jesse Wood and Roland I I ! Mrs. W. L. Oakley is entertaining the Married Ladles' Card Club and a . | number of guests at Hotel Hatties burg. - J : Mrs. Bento»-Brennan, of Aberdeen, and Mt*. A.'*. Bandars, of Starkville, brother Goff spent Sunday and Monday with the latter's sister, Mrs. Charles Kin ard, on Bay street. * .> j Dodd, left Tuesday for McLain, where they will spend a wot-k with friends. 1 Mrs. Blakslee a tut mother, Mrs. ❖ <• « ♦ ♦ « • Mr. W. 8. Thompson, a member of j the Mississippi Colonization Associa- | tlon, Is homo from a business trip to New York and Chicago. ♦ ♦ ♦ à who [and sister,-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Matthews, at Mammoth Springs, re turned Tuesday morning to their re spective homes. 1 ! .;. a ! Among the visitors in the city Tues day were Mrs. E. E. Butler and chll dren, Mrs. G. R. Odon, Mrs. H. C. Dear man and Miss Ruby Mathis, of Petal. ! The pupils of the school of North Main street, of which Miss Ruth Perry is the efficient teacher, enjoyed a de- j I lightful Easter egg hunt on the cam- | pus. There were fifty students pres- t ent beside a number of guests. *> -> ♦ . - j I Miss Alice Busby, of Whistler, Ala., ! is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. C. Hud jgeons, on Hemphill street. Miss Bus . by will leave Saturday for Laurel, ! w p ere a p e will spend a few days, and J will then return to this city, where she ] will spend the summer with her sis-Hng : The Parent Teachers' Association of t Hardy Street School, will give a book j social Thursday afternoon at the home , of Mrs. Kamper, on West Pine street. ( A musical program will be rendered ( and refreshments will he served. The ■ 1 j ter. | « *» association is trying to establish a library in the Hardy Street school, so any contribution, a hook or its equlva 1 ! lent, will be appreciated. The public | is cordially invited. * •» •» ! Sweatt-Mulr. The marriage of Miss Lucile Sweatt j ! and Mr. Harry Muir was a quiet and ; pretty event of this morning, taking | place at the home of the bride, on Bay j A number of friends and relatives j | were present to witness the ceremony, t which was performed by Rev. G. H. Thompson, -pastor of Court Street j j Methodist church. j Miss Sweatt is a charming and hand- , some young girl, the eldest daughter ' of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sweatt. Of a ! bright and merry disposition, she j made friends with all. She attended , ] the High School of this city, later go- J sis-Hng to Judson College, Marion, Ala., j where she spent two years. ' She pos- j sesses a rich contralto voice, which t has often been heard in entertain j raents given for "sweet charity." , When married she wore a becoming ( tan tailored suit and small black straw ( hat, with a touch of coral. Mr. Muir Is connected with the street, at 9 o'clock. ■ t Southern Express Co. His home is in Lexington, Ky„ but for tile past fix months has resided here, during which | time he has made a host of friends. Mr. Muir and his bride left immedi- ; ately after the ceremony for Gulfport I and New Orleans, and on their return j " de at * 10me w *th the bride's pa- ^ ; reIlta i on Ba> ' street. | Eloise Mclnnis' Birthday Party, I j I i j at her : > •> j t ] e 1)ar t y Sunday afternoon home on Arledge street, in honor of her little grand daughter, Eloise Me j mnis, whose birthday falls In April, j Songs were rung by the merry little , ones in the parlor, where the hostess 1 ' presided with grace and dignity, the room being prettily and artistically j decorated for the occasion with flow , ers. ' At 3:30 o'clock they repaired to J the dining room, where the table was j j arranged in flowers and Easter eggs,! j the snowy birthday cake with eight j candles burning on it, forming a beau tiful center-piece. cake wa# served by Misses Ethel Dob- j bins, aunt of the hostess, Nannie j Dabbs, Mrs. J. J. Dobbins and Mrs. S. ' A. Dobbins. Thirty-eight children j were present and the following grown | Mrs. J. J. Dobbins gave a lovely ltt ' Block cream and | folk: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mclnnis, of Mclnnis Springs: Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Robbins, of Richton; Mr. Avery, Mr. ; Edwards and Mr. Williams. , ❖ ❖ ❖ ■ . I Teel-Lauffenburger. The following clipping from The ^ I Fresno (California) Republican j April 10, will be of interest here, I where the bride formerly lived: i "The wedding of Miss Ella Teel and j Athur Lauffenburger took place at : high noon yesterday. on burger has been a resident of the county for some time, and Mrs. Lauffen burger came from Hattiesburg recent ly. More than fifty guests were pres 1 Mr. Lauffen ' PROGRAMME. L0M0 APRIL 20th. "Priscilla's April Pool Joke," a de lightful comedy, showing another epi sode in the romance of Pout and Pris cilla. "Cured," another good comedy. "The Kid From Arizona, " a true western story and its dharms. THEATRE Next to Postofflce. ent at the wedding. An elegant wed ding dinner followed the The young people will leave today for ceremouy. , Sanger, where they will make their home." ■ Mrs. Lauffeuburger i* the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Teel, of Bnach . man street, and when married wore a pretty gown of white satin. The cere (Continued on Page Six.) NEW AND RELAY RA!L C j We ircl.o i specialty of both, and are ere pered eurpty your requirements promptly. METZGER BROTHERS MOBI! K. ALA.