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j WONDERS w J If you don’t know what it will do, come I and see. I have a big stock of fresh gro ceries, which I want to exchange for cash % right quick, and give you the difference. ^ Cascade, Perfection and Omega Flour. y Sugar House Molasses cheap. ) GIVE ME A TRIAL ORDER ) • •--- -- l L. W. MACKEY. Mr. Luther Lee, who has been spending several months in Texas, •eturn ;d home last Saturday. Guaranteed Jewelry, only, sold at Quick1 s. Mr. Clarence Carter has accept ed a position in the Gents’ Furn ishing store of Mr J. R. Cahill. - m Guaranteed Jewelry, only, sold at Quick’s. Mrs. J. L. Brown, of Velma, re turned home Monday morning af ter a f days’ visit to our city. The ladies of the G. I. A. to B. of L, E. will meet at Odd Fellows Hall on Wednesday, December 18 All members are expected to be present. The Baptist church will elect its officers for 1908 on next Bun day morning. Every member is requested to be present and par ticipate in this privilege. B. P. Gooch, Clerk. Guaranteed Jewelry, only, sola at Quick’s. Mrs. Louella Bobbitt and little son, of Ooffeeville, after a few days’ visit to relatives andlfriends in our city returned home Monday morn ing. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wilson and little son, Master Howd, are off for a several days’ visit to relatives and friends in Ooffeeville. Guaranteed Jewelry, only, sold at Quick’s. Mrs. Pauline Carter, of Mem phis, who had been spending sev eral days in our city visiting rela tives and friends, left. Monday for Shelby, Ala., to be at the bedside of her mother, who is critically ill. Mrs. Mattie Olive has opened in the stand formerly occupied by Mr, C. G. Blount, a Ten Cent Store, where she carries every va riety of 'up-to-date Ten Cents Goods, just such things as will please the customer and convince him he has secured value received. She invites her frieiids to give her j a share of their patronage. Last Friday night was the Open ing of Holiday Goods at the Jewel ry store of Messrs. Hotchkiss-Par sons, and their place of business was a gem of beautj . Their large, superb and well-selected line of Jewelry of all kinds of the highest grade, and Jewelers’ Novelties, called for special effort in arrange ment and decoration to meet the exactions of taste, and it is need less to say every exaction was met in detail and finish. The apart ments were richly decorated in ferns, pines, cedar, olives and art decorations, which gave a splendid effect to the surroundings—made up of the elegant display of su perb Jewelry and notions of all kinds—which made it one the most attractive openings ever had in our city. In the selection of their stock the greatest care and taste have been taken with the single point in view of meeting every demand of their large custom, and they have not failed in their aim. From early in the evening until late their store was filled with interested spectators and customers. It was a red-letter day for the firm.