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HANNOUNCEMENf B. LEI.AND & CO. j Our* Vast Stock of Custom Made Shoes for the Fall and Winter trade is now open and ready" for in spection of our Patrons. Duttenhofer Shoes for Ladies and Misses, and the world famous Bostonian shoes for Gentlemen. No BETTER SHOES ARE MADE. Unequaled for fit, Style and quality". You are cordially" invited to visit our store and examine | this Wonderful Display" of FOOT WEAR. B.LELAND&CO. Ill the Episcopal church on Sunday next, Sept. 18th at 11 a. m., there will be the usual serviee with preaching by the Rector. A welcome to all. - m • m --— Hon. Hugh M. Dixon, of Pe oria, 111, was in the city a few days this week mingling with his numerous friends. He was on his way home from San Antonio, Texas, where he had been to look after business matters. Next Sunday, the 18th inst., is to be “Rally Day” in the First, Methodist Sunday School. It is the desire of the officers and mem bers to have the much coveted 500 members present. All per ter s°ns interested are expected to ’ come and bring some one. Let 1 us try to make this the biggest and a ca best day of one of the best Sunday Kv schools in North Mississippi. Ij^&ouveiiirs will be presented to HH^kivery one present to eommemo HjKdtethe occasion. I ' Rev. J. M. Richardson, pastor of the Orrwood Presbyterian church, left Monday for a couple of weeks’ visit to Knoxvill, Tenn. --«■»- 9 — -- We have prophesied the weath er something like 200 times this year and have missed every time, and then a hail storm slipped up on us over in Texas. The Young Woman’s Home Mission Society of the First Methodist church will have an Ice Cream supper tomorrow (Fri day) night at the home of Mrs. J. W, Mauldin on Main street. Every body invited. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Whitlock, of Jackson, Teun., who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Love for the past several weeks, ! are receiving the congratulations! of many friends over the arrival of little Miss Corinna Maurine, a sweet little baby daughter who arrived last Thursday afternoon. 1 Buying cheap glasses is poor sconomy. Have your eyes cor ■ectly fitted and save your most raluable asset—eye sight. Dr. Byron Mitchell, Eye Specialist, of West Point, Miss., will examine Hid test your eyes free at the New Herring Hotel in our city on September 17th and 19th. Dr. Mitchell devotes his entire time to the practice of optics and is Vice-president of the Missis sippi Optical Society. Everette Cock, GENERAL INSURANCE FIRE, ACCIDENT, LIFE, BOND AND TORNADO INSURANCE your Patronage is cAppr