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flPor the Ladies! ® We have put in a Line of the Famous | Julia Marlow Shoes. | & Every one who knows these shoes will have no other. f X $3.00 to $4.00 per pair. $ w We are just receiving a lew lot of DUTTENIIAFER LADIES SHOES. There w W is not a better line of ladies shoes in the state than we have in our stock now. \|f I We Want Your Trade. | jj| Look at These. & dS Men’s Work shoes, two rivets on each side, seamless back. Our price $1.00 W This Shoe is perfectly solid. ' W jH Boys’ and children’s Shoes, a large variety at prices that will astonish you. W & 500 boys Knee Suits £1.00 to$3.0C. All are values you will find nowhere else. The Best Value on earth. A Indies Vest for 25c. others sell for 35 or 40c w X ---vt/ I We Expect to Sell | I Ladies Hats this Fall. | #-i A A Dollar does double duty when you get the values we ^ $ offer you. We do no not buy goods unless we know they W /|\ are good values. -- W $ We have about 300 pairs men’s Pants worth up to $ | $3.00 per pair. You can take your choice for $1.50. w | D. S. BALLARD, I /jlT ' -c-'C-c-^ ^^^^ I THE PEOPLES’STORE l 4 Now Ready for our Customers with a most I' ^ Complete Stock of Fall and winter m Dry Goods, Clothing, } ^ Shoes, Hats, Carpets, ft 4 Rugs and Mattings, i If II Fverybody says our new store is a beauty and we will esteem it M it a personal favor for every man, woman, boy and girl living in or TT out of1 upelo to call day or night (we are open nights till 8:30 to 9) | # and look over our store and stock, even if not wanting to purchase # :| anything. if AA ^r-\|^I ot those fine F. McK Shirts worth $1, Ty | 1--'I Cl I Iwl I Ivy'll. $51.25 and $>1.50 each, all at one price, 89c. (U pt each. They Wont last—buy them now. . .h V » 1 We are not giving our goods away—can’t live at it, but are Tf 11 selling at. a just and reasonable price for honest goods. •• l A FEW PRICES MAY BE OF INTEREST. t < i iX X All the best calicos.,. 5c. Best heavy yard wide Domestic.-. 5c. Extra heavy Canton Flannel. 8.\c. All the best graues of Outing. 10c. Good value Outing. 5c. Good value pins, paper.lc. - Extra good value staple Gingham. 5c. Extra g’d value fancy Madras, worth 15c 10c. Laage lot sample Hosiery. Large lot sample Purses. Large lot flue sample Over Shirts. Ladies heavy gray hose, 3 pr for ..,. 25c. Men’s heavy gray sox, 3 pr for. 25c. M Black Cat Hosiery. Great stock of this popular brand Hosiery, ; nil grades. Our 10c. Black Cat is the best on *5 earth at the price. \ \ . - Special values in Underwear J-L Best 25c. boy’s garment made. TV Best 25c. ladies vest made. e Best 25c. men’s shirts and drawers made. All the better grades in stock. f >■ Shoes for Eerybody aa Best men’s $2.50 and $3.50 shoe made. * ' Best Ladies $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50 shoe 4 made. Everything in Boy’s and Ueut’s shoes. §£? Special Job in Hats. Men’s $2.50 hats at $1.50. , f Men’s $2.50 and $3.00 at $2.00. U All the latest shapes in jVieu’s fine np-to date hats. , (i _ ^ A 44 A word to the wise is butticient. yy Jr Ser our Clothing, Suits, Over Coats and Trousers before you buy. jk U The People’s Store, w | SHELBY TOPP, Prop. | Black Seed Oats. We have 1200 bushels of black seed oats for sale. This is the best oat to sow in the fall. Every farmer who has once planted the Egyptian Black Oat recognizes it as next best to a good corn crop or any small grain that can be grown. CLARK & CO. . «r For Drunkenness, Opium, ^ B (p* -* f Morphine and father Drug Using, the/obacco Habit and neurasthenia. & iw?*e BSgf UaMftlali ^iMn Dwight, III. W anted. To sail inv house unit lot of about 2 acreas on Church street. House lias 8 rooms; anil 3 negro cabins on the east end of the lot which rent fdr $6,50 per month, lias good water, well im proved. Call at once us I want to sell. 8ee me at Clark h, Co. or Lon Oates. Kmmosb Tuunkk, L0-3-‘02-4t, "■"I'1,11 .. .. I LOCAL. For Rent—My residence on Jefferson Street. O. B. Book us. t J. M. Thomas has returned from St. Louis were he spent several days on legal business. When you try a pair of Julia Marlowe Slioes, you will have no other.—Bul lard's. S. P. Clayton, Esq., made n business trip to Nettletou Monday on Legal business. Messrs J. W. Epting and Tom (Jor don of Bethany were in town on busi ness Tuesday. Hear Edmund Vance Cooke at the opera house next Tuesday night, you will never regret it. Ballard's stocK of ladies fine Shoes can’t be surpassed. See our Dutten hoper line. Miss Fannie Shearer of Starkville, is the guest of her sister. Mrs. Mahlon Brown in West End. Julia Marlowe Shoes at Ballard's. Ask your neighbors about Julia Mar lowe Shoes.—Ballard's. Mr. M. I). Temple or Shannon was in town on business Wednesday and naid this office a pleasant call. White Hickory Wagons for sale by Cochran Bros., (Juntown, Miss Mrs. Eliza ltobius has returned from Meridian where she spent several weeks visiting her daughter Mrs. Ledynrd. “I would as soon think of doing busi ness without clerks as without news paper advertising.”—John Wanamaker. J. B. Miller,joined two days later by his wife, have gone east to spend a few days with relatives and make some fall purchases. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. (’enter, will be delighted to kuow they have returned to Tupelo where they will in future reside. Edmund Vance Cooke is as popular in the north as Bob Taylor is down in this section. Hear him Tuesday night at the opera house. Messrs. W. I). Anderson and Cv 1’. Long, wentio Jackson last Monday to take part in the trial of Burden Parchmun. They returned on Tuesday. Mr. t. A. Jenkins of Oak (irove is now with the Bankrupt store. Mr. Jenkins invites his frieuds to give mm a rail when iu need of dry goods. The many friends of Mr. Clay McUaughey will bo pleased to kuovv that be is now convalescent. Mrs. John Bnehanan, who Was called home n wees ago on account of the serious illiness of her mother, Mrs. t. J. Jordan, returned to her home in Carbon Hill, Ala , Tuesday. The friends of Kev. J. \V. llishiiiau will he glad to know he will preach at the Cumberland Pres, church on next Sunday morning ami evening, tie has been the pastor of ths church of Corinth for some eig kt years. The many frsends of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hall will regret to learn of the death of their little son, Harvey Fa ires, which sail event occurred at their home near Moorcsville the 2nd, iast. The burial took place at Mace donia Arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q, Robins on Sunday a bouuciug baby 'boy. Congratu lations are pouring in from the many friends of tbfe family. The next Sunday’s Commercial Ap peal will contain a photographic cut of the First Methodist church of this city, with a SKetch of its organization and building. This is the church iu which Conference will b■ hell ua 1)jj. .'irJ. nex\ Little Eleanor Blair, who has been quite ill for ' the past few weeks, is now convalescent and her physician and family enter tain hopes that she will be able to be out in a short time. In this issue we are authorized to an .il.. ...f I v 1 ____ .. ■ IIM IKIIIIV \/l I • — • *»• */V'**B ■* candidate for city marshal ill tlie ensu ing election. Mr. Long is well and favorably known to the people of the place and has tunny friends among them. He is a softer, honest man and should the people see proper to elect him marshal, he will discharge the duties of the position with ability and fidelity. We call attention to the advertise ment of Clark & Co. which shows what a large stock of goods they carry in their line. The goods included in this adver tisement embraces about thirty car loads. This gives some idea of the magnitude of the business of the firm as well ns an idea of the expanding business of the city. The business of toe city is greatly increasing and the busi ness of this firm grows with it. Mr. Hartley of the Hartley Haudl works of Muuice, Iud., and Tupelo, Miss., aud of the Bending Company of Memphis, Teuu., was in Tupelo lhis week. Mr. Hartley has been on an in voice tour for his factories and while in this sectiou dropped in here to see how the work on the factory here was progressing. In appreciation of three days holi day and courtesies extended, the em ployee of The Miller Mercantil Co. Misuses Marie Hoyle, Ouida Jourdan, Kennedy, Harris, and Messrs S. I). Shel ton. W. P. Lewellen, G. . W. Gentry, Frank Davis, J. B. Ward, Walter Kden, Will Itaspbery and John Boggan sur prised the Proprietor and Manager by calling them into the office, and through D. S. Shelton, presented each with u tine box of cigars, tionneli-Taylor. A beautiful lgarriage ceremouy | was solomnized Wednesday even- ' mg in the Methodist church at Verona, when Mr. W. 8. Honnell and Miss Neile Taylor stood be Eore the altar and were made husbaud and wife. The pretty church was transposed into a scene of loveliness by the friends of the bride and it was a titling | place to plight love's vows. Around and above the chancel were ar ranged in artistic display semi tropical flowers, mingled with the fern, and geranium and autumn roses of surpassing beauty, As 1 the sweet notes of Mendelshon’s ! march pealed forth from the organ under the deft fingers of Mrs. T. F. Elkin, the ushers Messrs Wax, of Amory, and Green, of Verona, marched to the chancel and took their places on either side. The bcidesmaids, Miss Honnell, sister of the groom, aud Miss Hark reader, gowned in white, entered and preceded the bridal couple to the altar. The bride entered up on the arm of her brother Mr. 8. D. Taylor, while the groom was accampanied by Mr. Bynnm of Corinth. Standing beneath the arch the happy couple responded to the questions of the minister, Rev. J. A. Rogers, who in a short aud impressive ceremony pro nounced the words that united their lives in holy wedlock. The bride is the beautiful and ! accomplished daughter of beuntor L. T. Taylor and is a decided brunette. She wore a gown of white organdie and the wedding veil. The groom is a young gentleman of fine character and is deservedly popular among a host j of friends. He is a valued attache of the Frieso road. Mr. and Mrs. Houuell came to; Tupelo and took the train for Amory where they "ill tu future | reside. The best wishes for a long! and happy life follow them. -- Caruth* Taylor Wednesday, Oct. H 1902. one of those j fair darn w hich Mother Nature some 1 times takes from Mav and throws into I J the lap of Autumn set the seal of its sanction in a marriage as tranquilly happy as the sunnv day was bright. The sorrow which usually runs paral lel with joy at Heaven's altar was put aside, and the sunbeams fell not more gai|v on the golden rod aud the ivy than the smiles and heart wishes beam ed from the faces of the friends who as sembled at the home of Mrs. Caruth on Jefferson street where Itev. S. A. Wil kinson united in marriage one of Tupelo's sweetest Christian young ladies. Miss Annie Caruth and Mr. A. H. Taylor of Shawnee, Oklahoma. They were attended to the altar by Cnpid himself, in the person of hand some little Louis Langston, of Waco, Texas. In a shower of good wishes and pravers they left for their future home in Shavvenee, Oklahoma. Miss Annie Cu*uth is another girl rich in accomplishments, loveliness of disposition, and best of all tine Chris tian character to whom Tupelo shall ever point with pride as one of her very own. Among the guests were Prof, and Mrs. Tucker sf Sherman and Mrs. I. B. Langston, of Ross Texas. V. K. -* Death of Bowles Clopton We have learned with deep regret that Bowles Clopton, of Aberdeen, died on Thursday morning, 9th inst. after an illness of a few dnvs duration. Mr. Clopton was the official sten ographer o Judge Sykes and was an active and efficient attache of the Circuit Court of this distriet. He whs the son of tin* late Capt. W. H. Clopton, a distinguish citizen of Aberdeen, who died recently. ii a ii*o o *i rmiiifi* irunflomnn nf innnv —. •'-rj ca • high qualities, was upright and genial : and had many frends. He was well known throughout the district and was universally esteemed. We sincerely de plore his untimely death and tender his bereaved relatives and friends our sin cere sympathy in their sad loss. Maj. H. C. Medford. Maj. H. C. Medford died at liis home in this place yesterday at 1 o’clock after an illness of several months. The dread disease that carried him off attacked him du ring the sutninmer and failed to respond to the treatment of physi cians. The funeral will take place this morning at 10 o’clock from the Baptist church. An extended notice of the life and character of deceased will appear in our next issue. —*-— - Mr. P. CHtes, the venerable father of Mrs. 8. It. Stribling,- came oyer faom Fulton, hi* home, Wednesday morning, on horseback.' He left Fulton at 8 o’clock arriving here for dinner. Mr. Cates is 98 years old and is ready ( to measure lances on horebacK with t the Rough Itider of the White House t from ‘'heading” a steeer to a prome nade with the Indies in riding habit. Rut wheu it comes to voting he i would see the president in rt a'lfax be fore he would vote for him, He has voted the democratic ticket since before Andy .lacKson’s dav. Mr. Cates has a j nice horse he would lixe to trade while here. £ Clark & Co’s. ■ Railroad Receipts for Week Ending October 21st, 1902. 3.000 bundles Cotton 'lies 300 pcs Bagging, 100.000 loaded shells 23.000 lbs meat 100 bbls gran Sugar 400 kegs wire nails 200 boxes crown cheese 100 baks Bio Coffee 1 car Fish Wagons 200 bbls salt 50.000 lbs Snow Drift lard 7 ears lo5o bbls Moth ers’ Love and Stone’s Best Flour 7 cars 3ou bbls Fault less Flour loo box best soda crack’s 4i)o box Silver Leaf soda loo box A. & II. soda loo cases sweet heart bk powder loo box Ited Wraper soap loo cases 2 lb tomatoes 5o cases 3 lb tomatoes loo gross chewing gum 2o,ooo Old YTa. Cheroots 2oo box stick candy 5o kgs crack shot pwder 2oo cases snuff 1 car choice hav * 3oo bbls lime loo bbls Best Portland cement Farmers, we have on hand 1,000 Bushels BLACK SEED OATS That should be in the Ground. SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES. I lie free term of the various schools in Lee county will begin Monday Nov., 3rd, and we speak now to sell you your School Books, Tablets, Slates, Pencils, Ink, Paper, Chalk Crayons, Lunch Baskets, iu fact everything you inav need iu this line. We cairy a Complete Stock of the adopted books for both Lee and Itawamba Counties at the contract prices. Come to see us. Pound, Kincannon & Elkin, The Leading Druggists of Tupelo. Cash Paid For / 000Cords OfsA fflolts. Hartley Handle Co. JOHN HARTLEY, Mgp. Tupleo, Miss. The building of the Hartley Handle Factory has been com pleted and the work of placing the machinery is now progressing. One car of raaceinery has been received and others are now in transit, The managers say that they hope to be reaky for business iu the near Future and in this issue have an advertisement for timber. They will buy in unlimited quantities. - ■ ■■ - Farls Hall. Paris Hall, son yf A. and .1. Hall, was born March 2!)th, 181)4. died Octo >cr 2nd, 101)2. Paris was a sweet it tie buy of eight snmiuer. He was ntelligent ami had a kind disposition ;hat constitutes an attractive child, fhose who knew him loved him; es pecially his playm ites. Always kind ind obedient at school, with manners ■o pleasing for one of his age. His ittle schoolmates will never hear his l»e oved voice here again, but lie is with rod’s Angelic host, waiting to welcome hem there. Weep not dear parents for iis short life was pure, and you have me more link to bind von to Heaven for le is now with nis little sister waiting ind calling you to that happy home. A'e e^tendmiuch sympathy to the grief itricken family, and direct them to Hod vho doetli ail things well. Tis’ n blessing to live, but a greater to die. And the best of the World is its path to the sky. *iib irnvun , Naxxik A. Hill. Write—For prices description and naps of rich Delta Farm and Timder .and. We employ settlers in our log ging and milling operations. Liberal erius. Houston Buos. L0-10-4t. Bigbee. Miss. Found. On a seat under the tent of Sells Iros. & Forepaughs circus one over oat. The owner will please call on me nd prove same and pay for this adver* isement. John Livinuston. Sherman, Miss., Jet. «tli 1902. Bulbs! Bulbs! Homan and Dutch Hyacinths, Paper Vhite Narcissus, Freesias, Tulips, Sacred .illies, etc. See Earle Wylie. Jno. It. Law -20 4t. Columbus, Miss. v. .;.- I • ^-...'V ’. ■ '■ -r-' Wanted. We would like to ask, through the coluius of your paper, if there is any person who has used Green's August Flower for the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, and Liver Troubles that has not been cured—and we also mean their results, such as sour stoiuacb, fermentation of food, hibitual costive ness, nervous dyspepsia, headaches, despondent feelings, sleeplessness—in fact, any 'trouble connected with the stomach or liver? This medicine has been sold for many years in all civilized countries, and we wish to correspond with you and send vou one of our books free of cost. If you never tried August Flower, try one bottle first. We have never known of its failure. If so, some thing more serious is the matter with you. Ask your oldest druggist. G. (4. Gkkkx, Woodbu ry, N. .1. -♦ - Notce. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Lee County will on the first Monday in Novembea, 1902, nt 2 o'clock P. M. at the Court House Door nt public outcry award to the lowest responsible bidder for tbe following work, the Board reserving the right to reject any and all bids. Viz. For new bridge across Tnckalabba creek on Shannon and Troy road. For new bridge across Town creek on Verona and Nettleton road. } By order of the Board October 8th, 1902. NOR BIN JONES, Cleric. 10-17-3t. Cheap Rates To Memphis and Return via the Frisco Road. Tickets on sale Oct. 20th, to 291h, inclusive at one fare, good returning until Oct. 31st. W. O. McClain Agt. J c. wrightT DENTIST, Office 2d Floor, Bank of Tupelo. ,pM“ce’ 9i For Sale or Lease. Good farm on Tuccalubba Creek, 4 miles west of Shannon. Will sell at a >argain and on long time or will lease, this is a good chance for right party. J. M. THOMAS.