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Is Often a Hard Thing to Decide But Our New Shoe Styles Will Furnish A Real Inspiration for You! Boston Shoe Store laslhington Street - - Vlcksburg, Mi3 m. WHY YOU SHOULD A M ITCHELL These Four Standards Make the MitchelliCars Unique - T HE Irent MititIll -t llalnlrd- have Ieen fixed and developed by .1,,!l0 \V t. I:atl.'t!i" ellii, llt expert. Tlwy typify his nitelhods. \liT e_:b l ýrl, tIl.ithin ill 11 hItlI sizes a distinctiv\u car. These ,tiahls Ird- ill tlh. f % )yarts h:lve multipliced the Mitchell prestige. Tlhy are crenatiiir t Inen crlteri, *m f,,r -trelngtl, hIearIty and equipment. Every Ibuyetr of ia ti car -h11ul mIeare ll hat they mllean. First-Efficiency TIhe i-i- , li- faceo ryietliti, n y. Mr. Hate built and equipped this III: ttlll lliiiii I i .1li t,1 pr,,,ll tll' one type ecllnmii ncnlly. W e build the wh(,l,, t'.II- , :- , t b,,l,---illher these tlp-to-date niethodst. They have cit oir ! I,. -: intu . .\i n iil the vat savinlgs pay for all our extra vail-n Second-Over-Strength Three year- :I, * . aldoptd the <tanird:l of 100 lar cent over-strength. That antli t,, ,I,, le our ti iari ofi a:f.ty ini every important part. It imeanti n tveirsize ;parti. It inant iih! (Chrome-Vanadium steel. It meant radli ;:l t-t,1 to pmrve that pilart mlt tllis extreme requirement. Over 44) patrt- are milnw builit f tn irtheneild steel. The shock-absorhing aprinhl,r a ,we nw iinply ale Inttr yet betin ibroken. And it means, we believe, a lifetimln car. to, Ihate- nilt Msit chell have already run over 200,000 milh each. T'ie average repalir cost has been reduced about 75 per cent. Third-Completeness Then we fouind tlhat In-t car 'buyer Ioiizlht extraa for their cars. We learned whllat those extra< etre, alind added thenl to Mitchells. Now Mitchells elnl)ody :11 featuret which niearly all cars omit. Thesee include a power tire pump, reversible headlilghts, shock-absorbing springs, a dashboard engine prinmer, a litlht ill the tonnela, a locked compartment, and 25 other extras. It would co, t you hundreds of dollars to add them all to a car which lacked thenl. Fourth-Luxury Then we have mlade the Mitchells the handsomest cars is their class. In the past year aloneiwe have added 24 per cent to the luxury cost of these cars. O()ur experts examined 257 show models, so no attraction would be overlooked. (Our body dlesigns are exclusive, for Mitchell bodies are designedi ai.d builtiin our otnii iimodel plant. 'I , ,i, , 1 1, 1ul1rtid ways. from other like-clas care. 1I,-_, ; 1 .- I,.'. any comparable cars. All because of 'ihn W;:h'. Rate. I . ,Il ,!- :, .--ential in a lhigh-grade car to-day. I, : . . ' . I. see our latest models and we know , .. ...IIT ('Ill. MOTORS COMPANY, Inc. TWO SIZES Mitche, A .... m-it 7-p.. nen, Mitchell Junior--i~s s bae :In.' aI highly developed 4s- lines. with 190-lnchwheelbase sad horme-p, ver motor. a 40- horsepower motor. ~ inack $ 15 5. 8 •smaller bore. $158* ~$1300 Fear Passaupr leastar, $121i F. 0. B. St. Joseph. CHAS. E. WILDS, St. Joseph, La. Agent for Franklin, Madison and Tensas Parishes STOP "ANDITHINK I What new tires are costing you to-day and you will see the economy of taking carelof 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. Gasolne,'OIIs, Tires and Tubes. Free Air and.Water. Try Us! NATCHEZ VULCANIZING COMPANY 521iMain Street. Nathez,'Mise. * - Mules Mares Horses Mules on hand all the year round. :Have a good supply now.~ You can have every one a mare:mule if you like. lRtiOMINGER BROS.. Vicksburg, Miss. Corner thi a and Wi alnut Streets. MOST MAGNIFICENT AND EXTENSIVE LINE OF DIAMONDS Jewelry, Cut Glass, Silver-Ware, Novelties EVER SHOWN IN NATCHLEZ Before purbchasing call and let us show youl oar stok sad quote you prices. Aug. Zurhellen 40 MAIN STREET - - - NATCIIEZ, MI88. .,... WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Newsbr roe Jimmie and a German boy Clasb Must De Three Thingp to 8ave Country. It was a warm evening, so Uncle Dan went out to a lawn seat under the spreading branches of the great tree that suggested the farm's name of Oak Hill. Billie and Jimmie had been lay ing for him, so Uncle Dan was sp tared by the boys on short order. "Say, Unje Dan," Billie bega. "We had a red-hot argument at school yes. terday with Carl Newman. Carl said that German schools were miles ahead of our schools and that no one could come up to the educated German. Well Jimmie got hot under the collar rs handed it back to him good and plety., Jimmie said it their education taught them to torpedo Luitanlas, sink hoe pital ships, murder hundreds of wow en and children, make slaves of the Belgians, poison wells, destroy fruit trees and commit all sorts of crimes then we did not want that kind of education here. What do yel thtns about It, Uncle Dan? I told Jimma you spent a lot of time In Europe and knew all about schools, so give y aoor opinon." UWell," repled Unce an, drla stely, "the German schotos af thorough, they furnish moseditngly nable and practlil Instruction, The Industrial trainlng given there Is prob ably the best to be found. The schools as a whole, however, In m opinion, appeal to the head only, and ver to the heart. The aim and trend t to make the individual blindly sbmie sive to the Prussan plan of world dog minion; they teach that it Is the dens tiny of Germany to rule the wild.and that to the glory and advuane ef many, in this plan, all things must g way: that the biser as head of the state, ean do no wrong If he arre forward the pla of world control Some of the greatest teachs wad preachrs even dsfend and Justify her heartless crushlng of Belgians and the many other atrpdoous crimes she hsb committed toin this war. Thank Go0. our American education reaches bath the head and the heart. It is an ed* cation with a soul, and we must mal tarn the high Ideals we have aed. In a word, in Germany, the people are taught that they exist for thegoveen ment whil here the government a l"ts to serv the peop-i' "Just wait a auta , tltrreupted Wille. y that ear eln simly, Scan wsie it dow." Uncle Pan, smilsg. e Biiuse esr med: "New, e ben that sut out sr out to ucra ArL you know." opatka sd BUlS has a very smrt father who keep him fited on the G mer argua . I Carl ms oar gvemnmat woe eonV an epertmeat alyway; that tt' mld not last twopty years sad that It mlht burt up any rid t ltamo asked him oGermany was so mgt good, why th adid at go baek the "Owu governmet wrl go e finrew, weol' It, DUne DanPl fNrow,' said Uce Dsna p. eM solsng a big qhom. and see the am troubled he fto yeas Our au nmaent is sol In the espekeseta sie; to feat It is the geatest e pesmoet ver undertakes and It pey lar goverament iso Lo be segcsid, a few things must be done, otherwise, p paraphrase the peat Lincoln. tni , rment ofat t o people, b ty p ad for the pople, will perish.t Is mr irm convictlon," puad Undoe Ka, in a very impremive manner, that Vt our cotry is to go U we hop9 and pray, we must very qudekly do at least three thlngs, and I will name them in the order of importance u it appears to me: "First, adopt com~pulsory nireale milltar traiinn et all yon men physatcally at before they reash th age tof twrenty yetr "Next, require that evtery foreigner who omes hee to i must, lWithin a reasonable tlme. say a y4r, declare bls intention of becoming an American citien adtake ta he oneaury stp to do so, theraby, from that momnt, as sming all the obligations of estis ahip ofat ur ntry, and that mesas he most defeadeur SAg upoa eaual teas with our native born, and if he is pIo willing to do this, e shoud be sent back from whence he came." "That's the stan," exclaimed Blli uAnd, ansrll. enact such lesalafte as wll make voting compulsory. Pop ular government Is es*4 aupon the parteipation of all, d te rule ofat the majorlty, and dmocrgy cianmt continue amd be uacmt w .lem we live up to the splAt a la agsit ft. "The bst step. however, is the to8 of the Chamberln blL tL uarveb sa mintrt trai . It ros Pt bd the leading citizen, and espelially editor of your paiper, to write peronal letters to you coegresan and both eniators, urging their Support, it wlD help enormously. "I see by the morning papers," sald Uncle Dan, "that the Rotary clubs ot the entle country, the lieSt, most e~, dern gtsaaIiUtioU to he tound have uananmoudy deAMded to get bac of the Ctaiberailn bill and irve It lal anA enthbuiustic suppft They p work with t Univerl MUiltaUy Tralning'leape to acompiab this a1 portant piece of klast n, whah wil do more than eaarthing em to make us a real nation with a common vi~e pot, bring us bhack to ene tirl, elJ teachu the patr idUm at ee We have just purchased an Auto Track and intend potting It Into public service. We will do any and all kinds of hauling in town and out, for which the track is adapted. Freight to the amount of one to one rand a half tons ecn be transfeared at one load. We decline to haul parcels amounting to less than loe tilesa in connection with other goods. Our rates will be found reasonable and service prompt. I -adv. Galley Grocery Co. Buy a Bond and bhelp your oountlry I 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 depealdable quality. Our prices, figured on a cash basis, insure you 'sa saving and our store and matil order service you will find unexcelled. We must please you or your money will be cheerfully refunded. Coplete Lines of ladles' Apparal for hall and Winter. Smart alits of Worted Materials in a full rangesof. Falllshades'and slim, i6to 46, are priced at from.......... $15.00 to $48.00. Coats of distinetion and style deve)oped in Wool Kersey, Velour, Borells, Broadeloth and Plush, savingly priced ...$3.90 to $50. Charming Dresses of Serge, Satin and Charmuse, presenting the latest style touches, are shown in a large selection, allgsizes, prices rang ing from .................................$2.90 to $25.00. Our Corset Department Is in charge of Mrs. Rosenthal,'a graduate corsetiere of the '.' Gosard" Training School, whose Services are at your command, not only when desiring a fitting in the store, but in attending to your mail orders. We are now showing the newest Fall Models in Gossard Front Lace, G. D. Justrite and Thompson's Glove Fitting, Back Lace 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 will 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 eight, either at a distance or near; pain in the eye balls, pain over the eyes, dull sensa:tion in the head, pain in the temples, red or inflamedl eyes or bluring of print ? These are just a few of the many symptoms caused by eye straiun. If you suffer in any way from your eyes call on us annl have your eyes examined free for Glasses. We n-e the latest scientific methods and no drops 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 storm, corner Commerce and MainSts. NaTCH.Z, MISS. Remember We Save You About Halfl THE ELITE MILLINERY I Mules and Registered Cattle -T 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 ANGqUS BULLS, Bred Cows and Heifers. Visitors always welcome. If you have HOG8 to sell, we will buy in any quantity. Trade with HOME PEOPLE. OUR STOCK b MUST BE LIKE WE SELL IT. We are re sponsible and are permanently in business here. ! HOLLAND-DELTA ICOMPANY STOCK FARMS LAKEB PSOVIDENCE, LA. Just Received Shipment of JOHSTON'S FAMOUS CHOCOLATES Johnston's Chocolates have become International Favorites and are recognized as the world's finest confections. Some of the most popular sellers are: Triad, Quintette, Malted Milk, Brazil Nuts in Cream, That Package, Extraor dinary, Authentic, Fruit Cordial, etc., put up in dainty packages from 80c to $5.00. Mall Orders filled same day received. HUGO JERESLAW Telephone No. 11. - - EWELLTON, LA. • 0 0 o o o o oOOOO'dr W HEN in Natchez do not fail to call and look over our stock, complete in all lines See Our Platinum and Diamond Rings, Broaches, Wrist Watches. Also Silver Novelties. We can save you money; give us a trial. We are agents fo, the Gorham Silver Co., of New York City. Karl Lehmann & Son THE JEWELERS No. 403 Main Street. - - NATCHEZ, MISS. Have you a Farm or Property to Sell ? Will you pay 2% after sale is made, or are you looking to buy a Farm in any State I Writ Grassy Farm Iagency 212 Lewis Street - - - LYNN, MASS. 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 man feel well dreseed. 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 Smoney 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 am again in the market for Pecans and am prepared to pay even better prices than lost season. Will pay charges on shipments and remit same day pecans arrive. Write or phone me on reverse before selling. Hugo Jereslaw Telephone No. 11. Newelltp9n, La.