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"Just What to Buy?"
Is Often a Hard Thing to Decide But Our New Shoe Styles Will Furnish A Real Inspiration for You! Boston Shoe Store W'ashington Street - - Vicksburg, Miss. WHY HAVE A MITCHELL These Four Standards Make the Mitchell Cars Unique T HE pre-ent Mlitchlill ,t:nln 1-1 hIa.t hien fixed and developedt by W .ohw \n . Iate. !,. .:ti.ii' ::t e l. t. They typify his niethods. And they ,mk take tit. thel in oth sires a distinctive car. Ttie *-tanldardl in the few years have multilied the Mitchell prestige. They are creating new criterions for strength, beauty and equipment. E.ve.y buyer of a fine car should measure %% hat they mean. First-Efficiency The ha-,- ,f all is facsory efficioncy. Mr. Bate built and equipped this mannihl .-Iint t,, prosuce tli- one type e(conomically. We build the whole ca:r- chl--is and h,,lie--under these up-to-date methods. They have cut onr a!,.,r cost'in two. A.nd those vast savings pay for all our extra vatll-. Second-Over-Strength Three year- : , 0e'nadopted the -t indarl of l',) per cent over-strength. That meant t, double our liargins of -afety in every important part. It meant tn. Iy oversize part. It me1ant much Chronic-Vanadium steel. It meant rulical tests to lro\ve that artmt parts t his extreme requirement. Over 4410 patt- are now Iniilt ,f tlwhened steel. The shock-absorbing sprilnes we now employ have never yet )been broken. And it means, we believe, a lifetime car. Two Bate-luilt Mitchells have already run over 200,000 miles each. The average repair cost has been reduced about 75 per cent. Third-Completeness Then we found that lt car buy.er- hoInLt eIxtras for their cars. We learned what those extras were. awi l added them to M itchells. Now Mitchells embody 31 featt res. which tnearly all cars omnit. These include a power tire pump, reversibhle Iheadlights, shtock-absorling springs, a dashboard engine prinler, a light in the tlhe tna, a locked compartment, and 25 other extras. It would ast you hundtreds of dollars to add them all to a car which lacked them. Fourth-Luxury Then we have made the Mitchells the handsomnest car in their class. In the past year alone we have added 24 per cent to the luxury coat of these cars. Our experts examined 257 show models, so no attraction would be overlooked. Onr body desigmns are exclusive, for Mitchell bodies are designed and built in our own model plant. T'I \litch!elIl lilter in a hundred ways from other like-class cars. I)ei, llthat tc, thy-undersell any comparable cars. All because of cillic.. ..:r h,!l < ,ivte d by John W . Bate. '\' : :! t .-. -tatdards as essential in a high-grade car to-day. i, .. th.,t 'i, Iny to keep. Go see our latest models and we know you till agier. MITCHELL MOTORS COMPANY, Inc. TWO SIZES Mitchell-A my .-pasmer, Mitchell Junior--ot Ii-x.t with -Inwheel Mtcel uio base and a highly developed 48- lines, with li0-inch wheelbase and horse-power motor. a 40 - horsepower [motor. % Inch $1585. smaller bore. $1300 Fm-Puuhssear biniuflr, $1121 F. O. B. St. Joseph. CHAS. E. WILDS, St. Joseph, La. Agent for Franklin, Madison and Tensas Parishes STOP AND THINK! What new tires are costing you to-day and you will see the economy of taking care of your old ones. "A stitch in time saves nine." Let us fix your tires up; we are equipped to do it right. We do it right and our prices are right. Gasoline, 0ls, TIres andiTubes. Free Air and.Water. Try Us!l NATCHEZ VULCANIZING COMPANY 2$521 MaltStreet. Natchez,.Mlss. Mules _ Mares Horses Mules on hand all the year round. Have a good supply now. You can have every one a mare mule it you like. ROMINGER BROS. Vicksburg, Miss. ('orner 'hinia and \alnut Streets. MOST MAGNIFICENT AND EXTENSIVE LINE OF DIAMONDS Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silver-Ware, Noveltles EVER 5HOWN IN NATCHEZ Before purchaslng call and let us show you our stock and quote you prices. 1 Aug. Zurhellen 404 MAIN STREET - NATCHEZ, MISS. A FAMILY AFFAIR If your father and your son were In trouble, struggling for their lives, and dolng it in defense of your home and your business, would you supply them with food and clothing, or would you refuse them? This is a straight question. Yet it is the one facing you today. The country which has protected you and your family, may well claim to be considered as your father, and as for the boys who are giving their lives fo you, surely they have a ri t I be oasldered 4 your same ah1ica ies -a bO lusly to. day. bs war Is a ahry asir Be a good ather so a goodseu Your sense of $stles WA fm italss yeur patriotlsm, is on gi, When you renBember that ayt we asked to give nothifg, but only td lend mosey by investing In LIBa 1 BOND6, you have no choice Ap the matter. Your heart tells ye* that you MUST do it. If you have to go short of soma luxury-do It. Save and invest is iberty Bends until it pinches you, apd the sacri. fee hurts. It is the duty of every real American. You will lose nothing. The boad is always worth just about what you gave for it. Probably it will be worth more later. You will have saved Just that amount of money you invest ini Liberty Bonds, and be Jast so much better off. A man who will not. sacrlloe an thing for his country, is not a relf man. The men who does make a sacrifice, is a real man, and a true American. You-the man who istreading this, know these statements ale fair and true ones. This appeal' is not writ ten in vain, because its is going to inlaence you. You are(goang to buy a Liberty Boa. VOW PAY YQO. i[AWg Of course you do. Why? You could turn rascal, andw6possibly "get away with it." You pay your debts because you want the respect of your fellow men. Have you paid your- debt to your Country? You have been, running up a bill with Uncle Sam for years. He has protected you, educated you, guard. ed you and your property, educated your children, and today he is fight ing a death struggle with a fellow who would rob and murder you if only he could get tat you. Now Uncle Sam 'Wants you to dig down and loan him i some. money. What are you ptg to do about it? Tell him yoguaj 4 do better" With your money: than, loan it to him? Are you golqg to 'tll him you bay your debts to emwmeroe elso, but you refuse tepayiAouwdbts to him? No. As an hoan msm, you are go. ing to say: "Loan ,you money? Sure OC I will Why if 'you ashed me to 0 give it to you, I uwoAu do it. But LOAN it. why stli" Milions of menariregoing to feel, and talk, and aotj.sttehis way. So are youl Now, whena reau ýlgto do it? Why not io "'_ Perhaps , you, bve wanted eLmoney some time in, yrsr Ulte--m tof us have. When dld. ~ ou want Lt?,R ght away, or in a month's tune? Did you want toy wIt around ,wonderin! whether 'or nottpou orst w s to get the money? You .dlnot! Treat U'ale 'Sam the ame way t~ you dwould wish to- be treated rself. Lead him the ,mony now illin1n A and qulcMy.--tody*. HOW TO SECURE A IBERTY BOND. lou are satisfed that it As your to yoqrself and to youir coun to buy a Liberty Bond. Now Swant to know just how to so cr.e one. Go to any bank, :sign an applicationl form for the bond of the u value desired. The bonds are of the fo lowing values: $)0, $100, $1500, 81,000, $5,000 and $11,000. Your banker will take your t check for 2 per cent of the amount of the bond you decide tb purchase L. The rematning payments will be , made as fllows: 2 t)rhteen per cent on Nov. 5,1917. grty pea cent on Dec. 1 5, 1917.1 3orty per cent on Jan. 1 5, 1918. YO U can pay in tfull at time of taolication for any bond up to the value of $1,000 If you wish. If you care to pay for yo hr .bond 1W full at the time of ap iUcalion you can have your bond t - about pct. 10. If you pay by insl allments ou will receive your bond as soon as you have finislhed payln $ for it. The bonds are free from Iseral, State or local taxes. In the case of wealthy people who pa: income1 surtaxes, aad hold bonds of over $5.000, there is a small ta:g but as far as the average man , is con cerned they are tax tree. The interest on the boza u Is 4 per cent. pasable to you on. 1 Way 15 and Nov.; 16 -each year. The beao s may be .-re *ed by the gowevsment a all on ral I after Nov. 15. 1917. During the meantime the bonds may pass from one person 1 to -a other almest as freely as a dollar bill does. There Is very liC] e dif ference btwee~ living your cheek for a $50 bill and giving i for a Liberty lend. Any banker will handle you sub scriptlon and charge you as thing tor the trouble. We have just purchased an j Luto Truck and intend puttingitint.p ublic service. We will do any and wlIl :inds of hauling in town and out, tse-w hich thetruck is adapted. FreF, he to the amount of one to on, and a hknt tons can be transferred at one bad. We decline to haul paroels at asuntirqt to less than 10c unless in con, )ection w ith other goods. Our rates rill be-fu~ id reasonable and service pr ompt -adv. Gualley ( hrocery Ce. RU1 Umb onO Befot re, Quality, Value, Service! You get a full measure of them, if you make this store your shopping place when in the city, or by sending us your mail orders. Every article offered is of dependable quality. Our prices, figured on a cash basis, insure you a saving and our store and mail order service you will find unexcelled. We must please you or your money will be cheerfully refunded. Complete Lines of Ladies' Apparal for Fall and Winter. Imart Suits of Worsted Materials in a full range of Fall shades and esiz 16 to 46, are priced at from.......... $15.00 to $48.00. Coats of distinction and style developed in Wool Kersey. Velour, Burella, Broadcloth and Plush, savingly priced $3.90 to $50. Charming Dresses of Serge, Satin and Charnise, presenting the latest style touches, are shown in a large selection, all sizes. prices rang ing from ..................................$2.90 to $25.00. Our Corset Department Is in charge of Mrs. Rosenthal, a graduate corsetiere of the "'Gossard " Training School, whose Services are at your command, not only when tdesiring a fitting in the store, but in attendlii to your mail orders. We are now showing the newest Fall Models in q;ossard Front Lace, G. D). Justrite and Thompson's Glove Fitting, Back Late Corsets. A model to suit every figure. ....................... $1.00 to $6.50. Millinery Expressive of Fifth Avenue, New York, or Michigan Avenue, Chicago, is the kind you will fine here. Almost daily new shipments arrive from leading markets of these fashion centers, bringing us the latest style de velopments.-Our cash prices, much lower, is the only difference you ill find .........................$5, $7.50, $8.90 and up. Write for samples and prices of Fall Dress Fabrics or send us your open order for anything you may need. We prepay Parcel Post charges on all mail orders. THE FAMOUS NATCHEZ - - MISSISSIPPI EYE GLASSES Do you suffer from headache, burning sensation, bad sight, either at a distance or near; pain in the eye balls, pain over the eyes, dull sensation in the head, pain in the temples, red or inflamed eyes or bluring of print ? These are just a tfe of the many symptoms caused by eye strain. If you suffer in any way from your eyes call on us and have your eyes examined free for Glaursre. We use the latest scientific methods and ,no ,lrop.s in the eyes. All glasses guaranteed to give satisfaction. DeMARCO'S DRUG STORE Cor. Franklin and Commerce Sts., Natchez, Miss. We are showing a Beautiful Line of Fall and Winter Hats at our new store, corner Commerce and Main StS. NATCHEZ, MISS. Remember We Save You About Halfl THE ELITE MILLINERY Mules and Registered Cattle We carry at our STOCK FARMS near LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA., a large stock of MULES from 4 to 6 years old, weighing from 1.000 to 1,300 lbs. Part of these Mules have been worked on our farms here this season and are acclimated. We raise our own feed and pay no rent. The pur chaser gets the advantage. We also have a large herd of HEREFORD, SHORTHORN and ANGUS BULLS, Bred Cows and Heifers. Visitors always welcome. If you have HOGS to sell, we will buy in any quantity. Trade with HOME PEOPLE. OUR STOCK MUST BE LIKE WE SELL IT. We are re sponsible and are permanently in business here. HOLLAND-DELTA COMPANY STOCK FARMS LAKE PROVIDENCE, LA. If this flag is good enough to live under, it is good enough to fight ' for. \ It you saw "Womanhood, the Glory of the Nation," you would appreciate the perilous situation this country is in. You would see how and why our shores I could be invaded, with Belgium's fate as a result. Never was there a picture more timely, more stirring in its appeal, more powerful in its miessage. It is your duty to see WOMANHOOD TIII[ELORIO IIT[ HATIO TI t la IgI m a Ia J. STUART BLACKTON'S SOUL STIRRING DRAMA FEATURING Alice Joyce--Harry Morey Peggy Hyland, Noami Childers, Bobby Connelly, Mary Maurice, James Morrison, and an All Star Vitagraph Cast. The most spectacular, intensely human, high powered, photo prodoo tion ever shown. The New York Press with one accord laud it as the film of the hour. Monday and Tuesday; October 22 and 23 Matinee, 4:15 Night, 8:15 Admission, Adults $1.00; Children SOc ST. JOSEPH ELECTRIC'THEATRE Under Auspices of the Tensas Auxiliary of Red Cross Our Fall Line of Men's Clothing and Furnishings is now complete including: Stein Block Clothes, Fashion Park Clothes, Manhattan Shirts, Stetson Hats, and in fact every thing that makes a mae feel well dressed. Drop us a line telling us of your wants and we will fill same the same day it is received. M. M. ULLMAN & CO. GOOD CLOTHES SINCE 1878 MAIN STREET - - NATCHEZ, MISS. HORSES AND MULES I wish to notify the Tensas public that I have had erected a large, comfortable and hand some stable, with pressed brick front, on Main street, in Natchez, Miss., and will arrive shortly with several car loads of young horses and mules which I will offer to the trade at attractive fig ures. Will appreciate my friends holding their orders for me and will guarantee a saving of money to them by so doing. Henry S. Blumenthal Wanted! Wanted! Wanted ! PECANS Having just completed arrangements with one of the largest Pecan shellers in the United States I amII again in the market for Pecans and am iep'lItaro'd t, pay v\en better prices than lost season. Will pay charges on shipments and remit same day pcans arrive. \VWrite or lhone me on reverse before selling. Hugo Jereslaw Telephone No. 11. Newellton, La.