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CLOTHING
Purchased for
LESS THAN COST
of Production.
MEN’S SUITS.
-. - _ i
For Twill, Black Clay
Worsted Suits; would be cheap
at $4.50.
weight Black and Blue Chevoit
Suits, less than these suits would
cost to manufacture, cheap at
$6.00.
$5.98 for Men’s All Wool
Scotch Suits, assorted in beauti
ful plaids and stripes, they are
guaranteed to possess the most
remarkable wearing qualities
and perfect tit of anything in
• its class, well worth $8.50.
$9.98 for Men’s All wool Cas
simere Suits, in Dark Brown
Scotch pattern, over laid with
invisible pin stripes forming a
shaded effect. Some of the
nobbiest patterns that will be
shown this year, regular $15.00
suit.
YOUTH’S SUITS.
Ages 13 to 19, with Long Pants.
$1.92 for Youth Suits in Che
voits, Ages 13 to 19, cut in 4 But
ton Sack winter weight aud well
made, well worth $4.00.
$2*98 for Youth Suit Fancy
Oxford Patterns, exclusive cloth
iers price $5.00.
$5-98 Youths winter weight All
wool Cassimere Suits, each and
every suit in this lot are good
value at $7.50 and $8.50.
Boy’s Knee Pants Suits
98c, for Boys Suits that art
worth not less than SI.50, this
price is less than what the
material cost. Mothers we ad
viso you to supply your boys
with clothing during this extra
ordinary sale.
I
$ 1,98 will buy $3.50 Children
Suits, correct weight, makes a
Splendid dress suit, made equal
to the highest price Children’s
Clothing manufactured and all
wool worsteds.
LOOK FOR OUR SIGN.
The Kentucky Bankrupt House,
Strictly one Price to All.
Next Door to Clifton's Drug Store. Tupelo, Miss.
City Clerk’s Report.
To the lion. Mayor aud Board of
Alderman of the City of Tupelo,
Miss.
As required by law, I respect
full submit to you my report,
showing receipts aud dithursments
of all funds of the City for past
year, also showing you condition
of each, aud every fund to date.
CITY FUND.
1901
Bal on hand ' mt year $ 1352 78
Cash from W 1) An
derson Mayor 73 00
Cash from W D An
derson Mayor 162 90
1902
Cash from G VV Long
polls 30 00
Cash from C VV Troy
1901 Taxes 1447 98
Cash from R F Robert
son 1901 Taxes 446 53
Cash from RF Robert
son 1901 Taxes 96 98
Cash from VV D An
derson Mayor v 639 93
Cash from VV D An
son Mayor 399 30
Cash from RF Robert
son Taxes 617 55
Cash from VV I) An
derson Mayor 49 50
Cash from VV D An
son Mayor 186 00
Cash from County for
pauper coffius 15 50
Total $3,517 97
DISBURSEMENTS.
1901
P W Keyes $ 50 00
Will Hill 11 00
C W Troy 10 00
J no L Godsey 40
E M Carroll 1 00
C W T'roy 18 75
“ 18 75
Jno Clark 3 75
<< “ 6 66
V C Kineannon 6 6G
C P Long 75 00
J 8 Thompson 80 0C
F Elliott 168 00
Jno Clark 12 50
V C Kineannon 12 50
W D Robins 89 50
Bob Bowen 22 0C
P W Keyes 100 Ot
D W Robins 120 0C
G D Barnard & £o 4 0C
W E Pegues 8 0C
W P Burke 36 44
Norbin Jones 6 23
Wilson & Robius 30 11
Tupelo Journal 12 5(
Peg Trice Hard Co 104 Of
John Witt 1 0(
D w Bowen 2 5(
p w Keyes 30 0(
will Hill 1*«
w J Callow 10/ 6,
J S Thompson 13 5(
1) w Robins 48 00
<4 I) Barnard & Co 2 50
F H Mitts com on $235.90 5 89
C H Clifton 1 50
J no Clark 12 50
P vv Keyes 50 00
will Hill 11 00
1) w Robius 2 24
W D Anderson 125 00
J w Hoyle 12 50
T T Bonner 12 50
V C Kincauuon 12 50
! vv V Mitts 101 00
I Wilson & Robins 144 15
1 (4 vv Baldwin 12 00
,r R Dixon 3 40
j w 11 wilsou 2 00
| .i H Smith 1 00
I w williams 1 50
I Bud Simmons 5 50
i P w Keyes 16 66
11 C Medford 1 00
J T E Gardner 1 00
! E R Wilson I 00
I R F Robertson 40 84
w E Pegues 4 00
P vv Keyes 232 65
vv D Anderson 145 90
Joe Nettles 11 00
R F Robertson 57 50
Tom Jourdau 2 65
S .1 High 4 00
L R Cates 10 00
j R Dixon 1 50
j vv Hoyle 3 75
I 1’ T Bonner 3 75
T T Bunuer 6 66
•l w Hoyle 6 66
vv D Anderson 125 00
j w Hoyle 12 50
T T Bonner 12 50
Pegues Trice Iiard’w Co 28 74
Monroe Trice 1 00
J H (Jodsey 1 00
Tupelo Journal 12 50
F II Mitts corn’s on $3,648.29 91 20
186.00 4 65
“ “ “ “ 49.50 1 23
C W Troy 31 25
W H Wilson 7 OO
W J Callow 7 50
J W Roberts 57 OO
Woodson l’arbam 18 00
R F Robertson 57 50
C H Clifton 1 25
WV Mitts 2 75
Joe Nettles 11 00
Tupelo Journal 12 50
Joe Nettles 11 OO
Ii F Robertson 57 50
I Iverson 50
W E Pegues 7 50
C P Long 105 00
W J Callow 1 25
W V Mitts & Sou 2 50
Alf Jones 2 50
Norbin Jones 40 00
Joe Nettles 11 00
R F Robertson 57 50
West Union Tel Co 60
Sou ExDress Agt 80
Loyd Moore 7 00
Tupelo Journal 12 50
W E Pegues 11 12
, W P Burke 83
W E Pegues 3 00
I Iverson 1 00
1 J Ii Dicxson 1 50
1 Joe Nettles 11 00
I R F Robertson 57 50
, J B Hubbard 84 50
J ti (Jodsey 40
J li Dickson 5 00
I W P Burke 45

t
R F Robertson 57 50
Joe Nettles 11 00
Shelby Topp 8 40
P H Reedy 15 00
C W Troy 18 75
W I) Anderson 125 00
Prewett Monaghan 2 50
W 1) Anderson 125 00
Alt Jones 8 00
R F Robertson 57 50
Joe Nettles 11 00
J T Waycnster 8 00
C W Troy 18 75
'Total -
$3,748.68
lint in City Fund Oct 1st
1002 $1,774 29
Recapitulation of Details Above Fund.
Paid Salaries $1,790 00
“ for Hardware 132 82
“ “ Lumber 87 03
•• “ Gravel 701 10
k “ Building Sewers 108 90
“ “ Teams Working Streets 144 50
“ “ Renovating Mayor’s OHi 96 45
“ “ Paupers Coftins 22 50
“ Stationary 10 65
•• “ Recording Deeds 6 25
“ “ Printing 50 00
•• “ Black Something 16 70
“ “ Damages to J T Way
caster 8 00
“ “ Centre Bolts 15 00
‘ “ Holding Flections 7 00
“ •* Hauling 17 40
“ Night Watching 12 00
“ “ Treas Coins 102 97
•* “ Coal for Office 4 00
“ “ Cost in Convict Cases 378 55
Total -
$3,743 68
SCHOOL FUND.
1901
To Bal on band j»er re
port . $ 201 76
“ Cash from County pu
pils 8 00
“ Chickasaw School Fund 118 41
“ rent Pom Mrs W C Har
ris 6 00
“ from G W Long Sheriff
polls 17 46
1902
“ J T Connell Co pupils 8 00
“ G W Long polls 131 92
Mrs W C Harris rent 3 00
“ C W Troy Tax collects 1 403 45
iv r ivouercson iax
collect 501 94
“ U F Robertson Tax
collects 109 20
“ R F Robertson Tax
collects (580 47
“ G W Long Sheriff polls 259 96
“ State divide Fund 1041 76
“ Chickasaw Scholl Fund 124 46
“ State diyide Fund 340 24
“ County pupils 15 50
“ Rent Mrs Harris 3 00
Total -
$4,974 53
niSIICltSKMK.NTS
1901
Win Wade 3 00
L 15 Slack l 00
Alex James 15 00
1 Iverson 8 00
Andrew Roberts 1 00
W P Burke 34 88
John Sanders 9 00
1) K Hickey 8 00
Alex James 15 00
Wm lid wards 2 25
J T Connell 100 00
S G Tate 55 00
Miss Hutchinson 40 00
M C Wade 1175
M rs A C Trice 40 00
Corns on $157 87 paid F
H Mitts Treas 3 94
1902
Tupelo Gro Co 6 00
Pegus Trice Hard’w Co 11 99
“ “ .. *• 4 41
» .. .. .. 81 2y
Monroe Trice 2 00
S J High Agt 88 23
Alex James 15 00
“ •• 15 00
Pegues Trice Hard’w Co 2(5 05
SJ High'Agt 7 55
A A Anderews & Co 6 25
P H Reedy 7 00
Johnson Publishing Co 6 25
C H Clifton 4 35
W M Wade 45
Alex James 15 00
•• “ 15 00
S J High Agt 25 60
J T Mayfield 4 00
I Iverson 50
Alex James 15 00
Miss Corrine Laney 40 00
•* Annie Dozier 40 00
W M Wade 35 00
M C Wade 25 00
W M Wade 35 00
J 1’ Connell 100 00
S G Ta te 55 00
Miss C Laney 40 00
“ A Dozier 40 00
“ It rtutchnson 40 00
Mrs Anna Trice 40 00
J m Thoinpsou 23 75
J T Connell 100 00
S G Tate 55 00
Miss C Laney 40 00
“ A Dozier 40 00
Miss R Hutchinson 40 00
Mrs A Trice 40 00
w M wade 35 00
.) M Thompson 25 00
M C Wade 15 00
J 1' Connell 100 00
S G Tate 55 00
MissC Laney 40 00
Miss A Dozier 40 00
Miss It Hutchinson 40 00
Mrs Anna Trice 40 00
W M Wade 35 00
J M Thompson 25 00
M C Wade 15 00
J T Couuell 100 00
8 <i 'rate 55 00
Miss C Laney 40 00
Miss A Dozier 40 00
Miss R Hutchinson 40 00
Mrs Anna Trice 40 00
W M Wade 35 00
M T Connell 100 00
M C Wade 15 00
J\ Thompson 25 00
8 Q 'rate 55 00
Miss C Laney 40 00
Miss R Hutchinson 40 00
Miss A Dozier 40 00
Mrs Anna Trice 40 ()0
W M Wade 35 00
J M Thompson 25 00
M C Wade 15 00
JT Connell 100 00
8 ({ Tate 55 00
Miss C Laney 40 00
Mrs Anna Trice 40 00
Miss R Hutchinson 40 00
Miss A Dozier 40 00
W M Wade 35 00
J M Thompson 25 00
M C Wade 15 00
K H Mitts Corns on |4,105.66 102 63
Pound Kincannon & Elkin 5 78
Clark Hood k Co 2 05
Pound, Kin:annon i Elkin 3 13
C H Clifton 1 20
C ti Clifton 1 55
W M Wade 1 00
Alex Janies 15 00
W J Lewis 32 95
Allen & Lumpkin 22 10
Albert Dalton 124 15
8 J High Agt 4 02
’lupelu Journal 1 00
Alex James 7 50
Pound Kincannon k Elkin 3 25
J T Connell 100 00
S G Tate 55 00
Miss C Laney 40 00
Miss R Hutchinson 40 00
Miss A Dozier 40 00
Mrs A Trice 40 00
W M Wade 35 00
J M Thompson 25 00
M C wade 15 00
J T Connell 50 00
S G Tate 27 50
Miss C Laney 20 00
Miss R Hutchinson 20 00
Miss A Dozier 20 00
Mrs A Trice 20 00
w M wade 17 50
j M Thompson 12 50
M C wade 7 50
P H Mitts coins on $464.70 11 61
“ ‘ “ “ 15.50 39
G w Green Tax ass’or 20 14
P H Mitts 77 00
j R Frazer 10 00
M & O R R Agt 29 80
.. .« <« « 1(J 40
KC “ “ “ 68 96
S j High “ 50
Total -
$4,318 60
Bal in school fund Oct 1st
1902 665 93
Recapitulation of Details Above Funds.
Paid teachers $3,395 50
“ (J W Green for enumerat
ing children 2014
F II Mitts, prorata Supt salrv 77 00
J R Frazer, overseeing build
ing negro school house 10 OO
Coal for session 1901 125 90
Coal for session 19o2 08 90
Freight on coal 10 4o
Freight on desks 29 8o
Priniing 4 oo
.1 T Mayfield, refund on tuition 4 oo
Repairs on school house 277 o4
Hardware, brooms, lime, etc 20 71
Stoves and pipe 40 70
Building closets 32 95
Stationery and crayon 19 13
Blackboards and maps 13 25
Building fence around scli’l h’s 32 49
Treasurers commissions 118 57
Total $4,318 Oo
ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND.
1901
Oct 1 Bal on hand last report $107 30
23 Cash Sept li’ts J W Hoyle 305 80
Nov 15 Oct lights “ 33o 55
Dec 17 Noy lights “ 39o 84
1902
Jan 15 Pec lights J W Hoyle 054 20
Feb 4 C W Troy, faxes 798 49
“ 4 It F Robertson, taxes 251 71
lo Jun. 19o2 lights 000 42
Mch 4 R F Robertson, taxes Go 00
“ 5 R F Robertson tuxes 280 27
“ 11 Feb. lights, J ff Hoyle 087 5o
Apr 14 Mch lights. 002 On
Muv 14 Apr lights “ 02<> 25
Jun 17 May lights, “ 350 95
July 14 June lights, “ 02185
Aug 15 July lights “ 025 25
Sept 15 Aug lights, •* 021 10
Total $5,584 50
DISBURSEMENTS
M&ORR Agt 19 26
Miles Owens 1 25
K C R R Agt 1 60
M & O “ “ 25 47
Geo Ramsey 1 50
Geo Ramsey 2 00
Southern Express Agt 50
M&ORR “ 17 01
E w Hawkins 17 50
willis Sample 45 40
E w Hawkins 85 00
Fultou & Smith 3 00
j j Rogers & Son 1 00
Tenn Coal & Iron Co 147 84
K C R R agent 25
Geo Ramsey 75
M&ORR agent 18 99
Tenn coal and Iron Co 25 98
Geo Ramsey 1 25
Matthews Bros 1 33
Pound Kiucannon & Elkin 25
Tenn Coal & Iron Co 143 73
C B Thompson 21 00
w R Formbey 75 00
Willis Sample 35 00
E M Carroll 50
western Elec Supply Co 16 38
western Elec Supply Co 17 42
M & O R R Agt 59 94
Pouud Kincanuon & Elkin 50
J j Rogers & Son 1 90
Hinds Bro & Co 97
willis Sample 35 00
E C Athens & Co 7 47
Tupelo Coal Co 29 70
C H Clifton 3 39
Teun Coal & Iron Co 21 72
Galloway Coal Co 25 94
n n ___ A <» ‘)G
OUU JLiAJJlCOO
walker Bramlett 75
M & 0 R R Agt 18 27
John Jones 2 75
M E Leake * 24 30
M & O R R Agt 21 87
M & O R R Agt 2 80
R H Mullin 4 00
M & O r r Agt 41 22
walker Bramlitt 1 50
west union Telegraph Co 30
K C R R Agt 79
M & O R R Agt 31 86
John Jones 4 25
Southern Express Co 1 00
willis Sample 35 00
Geo Bowlin 1 25
Geo Ramsey 50
P H Mitts corns on $1,027.19 25 67
Int on bonds 900 00
w P Burke 1 63
St Louis Mfg Co 10 10
whitaker Bros • 95
Standard Oil Co 14 90
Doty & Bro 2 50
Martin Armstrong 7 00
E w Hawkins 85 00
St Louis Machine Co 1 20
consolidated Oil 63 65
Clark Hood & co 57 23
Tenn coal & Iron co 25 32
Electric Supply co 18 42
j D Street & Co 37 00
willis Sample 35 00
M & O r R Agt 17 10
Southern Express Agt 1 30
Geo Ramsey 1 25
F Bramlett 25
Aaron Wallace 1 25
Southern Express co 55
Sam walker 4 25
M & O r r Agt 19 51
Geo Hodges 2 05
M&Obb Agt 18 36
Aaron Wallace 25
Aaron Wallace 1 25
Paul Miller |75
Southern Express Agt ' _ 150
..•_L_
jack Stewart 75
Streetwell n & S co 10 25
M & O k R Agt 36 63
M & 0 R R Agt 5 59
Aaron Wallace 1 23
Geo Stepp 55
M & O R R Agt 35 46
F H Mitts corns on §1,006.50 25 16
West Union Tel co 35
Aaron Wallace 2 00
willis Sample 33 80
E wT Hawkins 85 00
M & O R R agent 16 65
Lige Spriuger 45
Plnl Manuel 5 10
Aarou Wallace 4 25
Aaron Wallace 1 25
M & O R r agent 17 10
F c McGaughey 4.35
Standard Oil company 10 56
Tenn coal and Iron co 189 48
Lige Spriuger 45
Southern Express co 2 80
E w Hawkins ' 4 20
Aaron Wallace 1 25
M & O R r agent 17 64
St Louis Supply Co 62 95
E w Hawkins 9 30
E w Hawkins 2 95
Aarou Wallace 1 25
willis sample 36 80
E w Hawkins 85 00
M & O R R agent 16 65
I Iverson 60
Tenn Coal & Iron co 46 32
Trice-Raymond Hardware co 53 59
wV Mitts 30
Whitaker Bros 32 72 :
Tenn coal & Iron co 22 20
Standard Oil co 17 16
M & O it R agent 94
M & O R r agent 18 09
Aarou & Wallace 1 25,
Kcrr agent 46
B Armstrong 3 00
M & O R R agent 27 09
Aarou Wallace 1 50
B Armstrong 1 70 !
M & O r R agent 1 25 |
m & O r r agent 19 35 j
Kcrr agent 25
E w Hawkins 3 25
clon^oi*/! Mil co 1 CH
E w Hawkins 61 50 |
Carroll Brothers 10 28 j
M Armstrong 5 50,,
Miles Owens J 1 501
Southern Express co 1 00
M & O u it agent 17 93 !
F H Mitts, com on $2,475.31 6l 85 j
Memphis Electric Light co 2 40
St Louis Supply co 70 00
Adams Electric co 16 10
Fosloria Inc Lamp co 19 60
j w Hoyle 180 00
w R Forinby 1 75
E w Hawkius 85 00
willis Sample 35 00
Albert Dalton 12 25
Allen & Lumpkin 1 30
E w Hawkins 3 55
will Smith 1 00
M & O R R Agt 33 44
Teun coal & Iron co 24 12
Aaron Wallace 50
M & O R R Agt 17 64
Dare Sample 1 85
K c r R Agt 2 25
Aaron Wallace I 17
willis Sample 35 00
E w Hawkins 85 00
m & O R R Agt 30 50
K C it R Agt 3 20
western Electric co 4 00
Clark Hood & co 9 25
western Electric co 17 95
I Iverson 1 75
E C Atkins & co 4 80
w V Mitts 25
Ten n coal &lrou co 128 52
Aaron Wallace 1 85
M & O r r Agt 29 88
E w Hawkins 90
Old creyton 2 35
B Armstrong 65
K c R R Agt 25
willis Sample 35 Oo
....__
E w Hawkins 83 00
Southern Express co 85
E w Hawkins 1 05
Aaron Wallace 1 45
Tenn coal & iron co 56 64
Aaron Wallace l 60
Aaron Wallace 2 00
M & O R r Agt 31 59
K C r R 24 80
Tenn coal & Iron co 42 12
Gallowav coal co 33 35
F II Mitts l 90
E w Hawkins 85 00
willis Sample 35 00
M & O R R Agt 2 29
E w Hawkins 1 05
M & O r R Agt 17 10
E w Hawkins 1 15
Tenn coal & Iron co 26 40
Southern Express co 1 00 J
Aaron Wallace 1 10
K c Ii R Agt 12 65
willis Sample 1 70
willis Sample 35 00
E w Hawkins 85 00
E c Atkins & co 18 13
M & O r R Agt ‘ 18 63
M & O R r Agt 1 08 I
Martin Armstrong 1 25
Aaron Wallace 70
KCrr Agent 160
Southern Express 45
Southern Express 3 90
K c R R 22 80
Aaron Wallace 1 55
M & O R R agent 50
Southern Express ageut 70
K c u r agent 22 00
Mr Lawson 1 40
m & Or r agent 8 75
M & o R r agent 17 82
w h Topp 50
Robiusoy-wood Lumber co 301
w ii Topp 70 |
G T Francis 25
w h Topp 50
Robinson-wood Lumber co 30
A w Allen l 00
consolidated Oil co 11 40
w H Topp 25
Quaker city ltubber co 1 20
btandarct Oil co 44 51
willis Sample 3(5 75
E \v Hawkins . 85 00
w j callow 1 75
Iver Iverson 50
M. & O r it Agent 24 57
M & 0 it r agent 17 91
Tenu coal & Iron co 84 12
F h Mitts, com on $968 20 24 20
85,559.50
Bal iu Elec. Light Fund $25 00
Recapitulation of Details above Fund
Salaries fl,0.V1.75
Coal 1,103 70
Freight on coal and oil 85k* 08
Unloading coal 53 o7
Oil 2ol 13
Supplies 342 87
Freight on supplies 33 85
Express on supplies 17 85
Telegrams for supplies 05
Repairs on Plant and lines 134 1!)
Lumber, lime and rope 15 80
Hardware 53 59
Treasurer’s commissions ^ 130 91
Interest on Ronds 900 oo
$5,503 o5
We have $15,ooo.oo bond* ■outstand
ing belonging to this fund.
SCHOOL HOUSE FU ND.
1901
To Ral on baud last report. $790 09
1902
|Y> Cash—
W Troy, taxes $598 87
K r Roberssn -iuh 7H
J T Connell .‘.q
R F Robertson, taxes 4", 49
R F Robertson, taxes 384 79
> $2,006 03
1902 D1SRURSF;MENT8.
P M Savery «i r,n on
FHMitts.com on 1,215.34, * 30 38
Interest on bonds 240 oo
Interest on bonds 225 00
W J Lewis , «J n 400 00
W J Lewis * 400 00
s* - --
dsi,.:,£• 4-r fMick, , 4
. . . ... .
\Y J Lewis 307 25
P M Savery, insurance 28 00
$1,780.03
Balance in school house fund 225.40
Recapitulation of Details Above Fund.
Paid Ins on white sch’l h's $150 00
Paid Ins on negro sch’l b's 28 oo
Paid interest on bonds 405 00
Paid Corns, tr. 30 38
Paid building negro sch'l h's 1,107 25
$1,780 03
After holding back from this fund and
charging school fund with amount of
insurance and amount used in building
negro school house, we would have in
this fund $1,510.05, enough to payoff
three $500.oo bonds, which we should
do. \Ye now have $8,000.oo bonds out
standing belonging to this fund.
PARK LAKE FUND
1901
Oct 1 Bal on hand lust report $189 32
1902
July 1 Cash from G \V Raldwvn 107 35
Oct 4 ('ash from G YV Baldwyn 40 lo
$4o2 77
19ol DISBURSEMENTS,
G YY’ Baldwyn 25 oo
Pegues-Trice Hardware Co 4 25
Cumberland Phone Co 1 5o
G YV Baldwyn 25 oo
G w Baldwyn 25 oo
Cumberland Phone Co 1 5o
G YY’ Baldwvn 25 no
Cumberland Phone Co 1 50
Cumberland Phone Co 1 5o
Cumberland Phone Co 1 5o
G YY' Baldwyn 25 oo
G YY' Baldwyn 25 oo
Cumberland Phone Co 1 5o
G YY’ Baldwyn 25 oo
G YY' Baldwyn 25 oo
G YY’ Baldwvn 18 oo
YY' X YY’ilson lo oo
Cumberland Phone Co l 5o
G w Baldwyn 25 oo
YY'ilson A- Snyder 0 5o
G YY' Baldwyn 25 oo
G w Baldwyn 25 oo
F 11 Mitts, coin on $107.35 4 ]M
F II iMitts.com on 40.10 1 15
G w Baldwyn 25 oo
Gw Baldwyn 25 oo
$379 58
Bal in Paik Lake Fund 23 19
All the above respectfully submitted.
C. YY. TROY. City Clerk.
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TIME OF TRAINS AT
TUPELO.
NORTH BOUND.
No 2 Leaves (daily). 0 05 p in
No 4 Leaves (daily). 7 40 a >n
No 12 Leaves (w-’k days inxd) 8 10 p m
SOUTH ROUND.
No 1 leaves (dailv). 9 53 p m
No 3 Leuves (daily). 9 17 a m
No 11 Leaves (w’k days mxci) 3 35 p m
C. 8. CLARKE, ~
General Manager, 8T. L0C18.
C. M. SHEPARD, JNO. M. BEALL,
G«a‘l FaM'r Agent, AmL Genl Pwi r Agent,
■08ILK. 8T. LOCIS
Stock Law Notice.
Orders by the Mayor and Hoard of
Alderman of the city of Tupelo that
Thomas Angle is authorized to tuke up
all live stock hereafter found running at
large within the corperation limits of
Tupelo and to charge the fees allowed
by law therefore.
W. D. Akderso.n Mayor
C. W. troy Clerk.
I The Key to the Cure I
Chr< *c
Chills1 Malaria
I GROVE’S CHRONIC CHILL CURE is a thin spirituous liquid of a I
I pleasant aromatic bitter taste prepared especially for CHRONIC CHILLS, being |
I composed of the following well known vegetable tonics and blood purifiers:
I Fluid Extract PERUVIAN BARK,
Fluid Extract POPLAR BARK
Fluid Extract DOG WOOD BARK
Fluid Extract BLACK ROOT
Fluid Extract PRICKLY ASH BARK
Fluid Extract SARSAPARILLA
%
I If, for ordinary chills, a sweet or tasteless chill tonic is prefered take fl
I the Old 25 Years Standard GROVE’S TASTELESS CHILL TONIC but for I
I CHRONIC CHILLS take GROVE’S CHRONIC CHILL CURE which cures the I
I chills that other chill tonics don’t cure.
I A ten cent package of GROVE’S BLACK ROOT LIVER PILLS I
I Free with every bottle.
I No Cure, No Pay. trice, 50 cents.
K Always be sure its GROVE’S.

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