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I ANNOL.’NC .'VU-NT 1
I b. lhla; & CO. =i= || Our Vast Stock of Custom ie Shoes for the Fall . -i* I and Winter trade will be opened and ready" for in spection on August 25th. Duttenhofer Shoes for Ladies and Misses, and the world famous Bostonian |j shoes for Gentlemen. No BETTER SHOES ARE j| I is MADE. Unequaled for fit, Style and quality". You |; are cordially" invited to visit our store and examine this Wonderful Display" of FOOT WEAR. B. LELAN D & CO, j Miss Eula Bobbitt, of Coffee ville, lias been spending a few days in onr city the guest of Misses Ma bel Bowles and Pauline White head. Miss May Crasswell, of Oxford, returned home Saturday alter a two weeks’ visit to Miss Hattie Crowell in Orrwood. ■- m —-♦-««► Little Miss Mamie White, of Cotfeeville, returned home Iasi week after a ten days' visit to lie! sister, Mrs. L. S Houston. Miss Carrie Ham left last Sat urday lor a several days’ visit to Memphis. -^ ♦-^ — Mr. Shelby Harris, who has just returned to his home in Cotfee ville from attending school in Washington, spe'ht a few days in ] our city this week the guest, of | Mr. Hiram Wagner. Mrs. D. Whit Murphree and daughter, Miss Ethel, lett last week for a several days’ visit to relatives in Bounds. - -- :T A.mong the attendants at the First Methodist Church Sunday School last Sunday, were seven brothers who sat in the Baraca Bible Class of Mrs. ,t. H. Mitchell: Messrs. A. J„ R S , T. P„ W 1'], J. C., C. U. and C. D. Murray, three of whom are residents of our city, the other four being here on a visit and in attendance upon the family reunion. To see seven brothers, till grown, m one b. b. class, is indeed an unusual and in teresting siglit, and we doubt it there is another Baraca Bible (Mass in existence that has ever been honored by having seven brothers in attendance upon any session. Wo hope these young gentle men may have many such pleas ant experiences, and that they all may be able to answer on all occa sions as well as they did by their attendance last Sunday, that “I am my brother’s keeper.” Mr. nml Mrs. Henry Stewart and little daughter, Louise, are visit ing relatives in Velma this week. ( Miss Eva May Dunn left last Saturday for a ten days’ visit !o Shrook, where she will be the guest of Miss Lunin Upton Wil liamf. Mr. and Mrs. W ('. Bryant and Dr. and Mrs. K. Bailey, of Ooffeeville. on their way to visit Chicago, stopped over in our city uul spent a few hours with friends, last Saturday Dr mid Mrs .J. M. Whitson, mul Mr. mid Mrs. W. A. Taylor and lit tle daughter, Miss Isabel, left last Saturday for a several weeks’ visit to Chicago. While there Dr. Whitson will take a course in Electro-Theropeu tics. Miss Mattie Lou Wiley, of Ox ford, returned home last Saturday after a few days’ visit to relatives in and near Water Valley. Miss Dink Olmdwiek, of Seale, Ala , rerurneil home Saturday alter an extended visit to her biother, Mr. C. L. Chadwick.