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XMAS '4 V ’.V >-■'■/>I ■*——■ ———• : \- is but a short month off and as it is time to begin looking around for presents, we wish to call your attention to the fact that our new goods are beginning to arrive and we are going to have an exceptionally large and handsome line of Jewely and Novelties. Don’t Send Away for anything in my line for 1 will guarantee to sell you at the same price and some times less than you can get the same goods away for, .and besides saving you allex* pense, we are here at home wnere you can reach us should the goods prove unsatis factory. Watch for our special ad next Sunday KENNON MOTT, Jeweler and Graduate Optician. SI! Nevrciullo Street, inspector ot Watches for Southern Railway. Time by Wire daily from Waehincton Coney & Parker DEALERS IN Coal and Wood, Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Shingles and Laths. Agent? for Morris* Brick. Phone 18 525 Bav sl. Batwlng Ties. f * 2 • 25 dozen new patterns MM 2 5 New Neckware in All the Popular Shapes and at all prices. Bath Robes, Fancy Vests - Colored Stiff Bosom Shirts, Gloves, all new. Call and examine them. levys. f DECEMBER ?, 1906. For morning wear, during the fa I and winter, aUUrdnwn dressing ac ques are very comfortable. TbUt traetlve jacket is made of a deficit# pink eiderdown, the "dges being fin ished with bands pi oiolh in a darker shade. - . .j -. The garment ia close acting in the back and shaped to the figure with an under-arm gore. Tbe fronts are made without darts, and fasten with silk frogs. . eiOO-Ladlft' Dressing B*e. 82, 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44 iuc&suifi, ■L.ilipLvy Tbe stylish sailor collar w aa t tractive sdditioe. It te saellopedhiH and front, bat straight on tbe edges, which the sleeves. It is finished with pink ofoth aad drawn close at the neck with a narrow ribs bon. The two pieoe sleeves have comfort, able fullness at the shoulders, and are edged with bands of cloth at the wrists. Cashtuers, French flsnoel or llan oeletfe, are appropriate for Iht* mode. Toe edges may be finished with walfc ribbon of contrasting color and the jsoket tied with three bows of ribbon down tbe front omitting tbe frogs. To make the sacque in the medium sir.# will require three jrards of twenty - seven inch material. Tbe pattern, No, 8109, is cut in sizes for a 32, 84 , 86, 3*, 40, 42 and 44 inch bust measure. Tbe Ladies’ Aid Society of St. Mark* pisoopai oburcb will bold ita month- If oxohange, at tbe Parish boose, neat at 8:30 p. m. Oakes, bread and other delictoies, will be told. _ Mr*. J. D. Burkbeimer ha* returned to her home in Winulngtau, N. C., af ter a pleasant vl*it totbiacity. Mr*. W. C. Hatcher i* quite ill at her home on Xawcaatle street. Little Mia* Annie Direr i* quite ill with malarial fever to the legret of friend*. Mi*. D. Glauber ia in Atlanta, in at tendance on her brother, Mr. M. I.aac, < who ie quite ili. Mr*. J, Livjleeoh, and children, of Atlante, are viaitiug leluives la the city. Mr. and Mr*. Ernest Fleming and little eon are the guesta of Mr. and Mra. T. Q Fleming. Mr, W. R left Ihta wtek for Atlanta, titter several weeks’ reaiderca" 1 t the Oglethorpe. Miss Emmie sqarlettTWho ha* been vi*itlog / 4ffrTj. L, Beach, 10 Atlanta, • itfl* PI" Ml 1 have o P eue,;i fr new lit ft Uiy OllUr Shoe Repairing Shop in the Opera House Building Best Material at the Lowest Prices. Shoes made from the GroundUp, Give me a trial. | B. Sauebessig HEAVY VOTE YESTERDAY iili Until Hi ii Dim ftnr'Miii yjting wa*. very lively in the Timks- CaLl circus party coolest yesterday and oyer 450 votes were cast for the and fferent candidates. The management has d-cided not to announce the result day by day, here after, but to aneoucce the final res lt tm Sunday morning, rt was at first the plan of the paper to continue an ill Thtsdsy morning, but It is thought b/et now to bring it to a c.uee on Sulurday and atJDuuuce the winner in Sunday morning’s paper. - A committee off. nr oit five goalie ■men will be coked to corns up and eodet a 1 vote* that have b .tn cast s . pwoe the first day, Toty have been kept Jo a locked draw and are ja.-t us they wfre removed from the boxes easts day. t • OFFICIAL BALLOT. VoV lie Stoat Popular Young Lad? iu fii uafiwlek, I Vote lor - V“'; . & %. V ROBINSON’d SHOW jOjoeoi t?ef 6. ba%urnsd to Fancy Biufir. ..Mfi. Vf, ffcaCook Is recovering froru a slight iilnees. Mrs. Maunder* and Miss Nellie Kelly, danghtefj .bf,-Cpt. O. Kelly, of the fruiter “City of N aseauacoom part led ibsir father hare on this trip, tod are apsikding some time in tbe olty. rt “fr ■ ' ":■*%&& Gu exhibition today; Large assort tKSot Boys’ and Girls' Reefers. Oct them now! J, U. Heller A^Bro. -i 7T 1 Thwkag.ving, celery and bananas best at Lloyd*. ’Phone 2>V2 the kidneys are email but important organs. Tbay owed hr Ip occasionally. Prickly Ash Enters is a aucceasful kidney tonic and ,jrtem regulator. W.J Halts. SWEET 1 ' J HONEY Jtoi ijrom the country, in one pound I secitoa*. * ' ", /: A, Try one pound, oaly 134" If lie good we have it, ' • .... ’ . I Boromol Tooth Powder. BUTTS, The Druggist. BROWN' Hot Chocolate and Cold Soda Something Delicious a PRESCRIPTIONS ' j Filled accurately. i DRUGS , 1 Sold cheaper than the cheapest* All we want is someone to enquire into the truth of' the above assertion to make a customer of you Perfumes and Toilet Articles in abundance, Call in and make yourself at home J Brown Drug Col mm RUGS | Square I wards, in latest designs and patterns. Fresh and new goods at riving weekly. See our nfcw Mailing ini Ms. LOOK THE WORLD OVER AND YOT CAN’T BE CREAM OF "KENTUCKY Whisky \ SI.OO PER QUART ; $4.00 PER MLLOIU not MADE BY altruist- I. Trager &. Cos,, Independent Diwllers. Sold Exclusively in ilHv 206 Bay Street. | The World Listens When Leaders Talk. This is as true of jthe Fur niture business as of state craft, naturally, we we have ' considerable pride in being LEADERS 111 OUR RUSINESS. Quite a strong expression, but quite easily proven—the fur niture and prices to be the evidence, you to be both judge and jury’. Come :nd be con vinced.