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. •'■ - ■■■■»■■■ -y - - «n -■ ... ■- ■ — fFor the Ladies! T We have put in a Line of the Famous I Julia Marlow Shoes. $ S Every one who knows these shoes will have no other. Sg $ $3.00 to $4.00 per pair. $ A We are just receiving a new lot of DUTTENHAFER LADIES SHOES. There SM $ is not a better line of ladies shoes in the state than we have in our stock now. Hf We Want Your Trade. Look at These. <r Men’s Work shoes, two rivets on each side, seamless back. Our price $1.00 This Shoe is perfectly solid. Boys’ and children’s Shoes, a large variety at prices that will astonish you. 500 boys Knee Suits $1.00 to $3.0C. All are values you will find nowhere else. The Best Value on earth. A ladies Vest for 25c. others sell for 35 or 40c. We Expect to Sell 1,000 Ladies Hats this Fall. I A Dollar does double duty when you get the values we $ offer you. We do no not buy goods unless we know they $ are good values. & We have about 300 pairs men’s Pants worth up to X $3.00 per pair. You can take your choice for $1.50. w D. S. BALLARD, J 1 THE PEOPLE’S STORE J llftALlE rush in our fall trade keeps us hard at it. but we are still here and M 44 I every inch of space in our new two-story building is “chuck” full of the TT * best bargains of the season, and as fast as our customers carry them out the front door, droy after dray load arrives at the back door, so we keep full § to the ceiling all the time. As the season advances our $ Our Bargains and Drives in all Lines arid Depart* ments grow Stronger and More Inviting. To use a common phrase the “Cream is Richer,” so keep your eye on us when you want anything in Dry Goods. A hint to the wise is sufficient. Don’t forget the knife we cut prices with. Here is some of its telling and terrific work. I-iISTIEILT EEAID: Large Cotton Blanket all colors 75c. i j All wool Blankets, 10 x 4 at $3.50 worth $5.00 AA Large stock of Children’s Union Suits at 25c. “ “ “ Ladies’ “ “ “ 25c. 35 Bud 50c. *■» Best values of the season in Ladies’ i i white Vests at 25c. A^ Ladies’ wool Skirts at $1.50 to $7.50 J. Outings 6-84-9-10 cents. Heavy Brown Domestic. 4|c. A splendid Cheviot at 6^c. Ti Extra heavy and wide Canton Flannel at 9c. ^ We got the best lines, stocks and assortment of Mens,’ Ladies’ and Childrens’ Shoes in the country. Shoes for everybody, 65c. to $5.00. ii ^ We are headquarters for Ladies’ Jackets. All 11 sizes, styles, colors and prices. If you need a ftft Y wrap, call on us. We are going to sell them. y $8 Our line of Broad Cloths, Venetian Cloths, and other heavy Woolen H Suitings, suitable for ladies Tailor Sdits, together with Appliques. Buttons If it and Silks for trimming same, are simply complete and superb. If you are out ftft ftft for a Tailor Suit, see our line before you buy. TT A For style, quality and price in men’s and boy’s Hats, we are the leader, f J The People’s Store, 4 SHELBY TOPP, Prop. | A f ELITE BARBER SHOP. Best Accommodations, Courteous Treatment, Is our Motto. mite Artists Only Employed J. 6. eompton, Prop. — For Drunkenness, Opium, 1/C AAlAt/ Morphine and WT Civ brother Drug Using, £ ^ m the Tobacco Habit and Neurasthenia. 11f*(* THE KEELEY CSTI Ul ^ INSTITUTE, CtofldentUil. _ Dwight, III. Next Thursday night “A Millionaire Tramp.” Prices. 25, 35, 50 and 75cents. Tickets now on sale at the Review office. The curtain will go up promptly after this at 8:15. Please be in your seat be fore that time for it will go up on time; makes no difference how few people are in the house. Ml i ——————KM LOCAL. Julia Marlowe Shoes at Ballard's. 1,000 New Suits for you to pick from. Hinds Bros. Try us for your ne*t Suit of Clothes— Hinds Bros, Suits for Tom Dies and Harry at— Hinds Brow. r.adie’s wraps from 20c, to $20 at Garrett’s Blue Store . See our line of Raglan Overcoats f 5.00 to 25.00— Hinds Bros. Ask your neighbors about Julia Mar lowe Shoes—Bullard's. Mr. M. M. Mullen,ofJMooresville, was in town on business Wednesdny. Remember. You can buy a $12,50 Suit for only $10.00 at—Hinds Bros. Dr. G L. Francis, Moorersville’s pop ular physician, was here Wednesday. Remember! That we cnn fit you in u Suit also suit you in a fit.—Hinds Bros When yon try a pair of Julia Marlowe Shoes, you will have no other.—Bal lard’s. A full line of ladies sample wraps at 50 per cent less than regular price.— Blue Store. Ballard's stocK of ladies tine Shoe can’t be surpassed. See our Dur.ten hoffer shoe. When vou want a good picture of the Baby come to Huffman, the great baby charmer. Capt. It. S. Thomas and Dunk White of Plantersville, were in town on business Tuesday. We had a pleasant call Wednesday from Mr. .J. Ii. Butler, an esteemed sub scriber from Amity. Messrs W. (I Hinds of Guntown, and E. C. Hinds of Booneville, were visitors to town Sunday. If you anticipate buying a wrap now is the time, v\ bile you can get your choice. Blue Store. Our store is the most satisfactory place-to trade. Everything guaranteed as advertised.-—Miller’s. If you will read our advertisement this week you will notice a saving in most every article.—Miller’s. Misses Cora and Clifford Hinds of Gun town, were the charming guests of Mrs. S. B. Hinds the past week. If you want a first class Suit of clothes, come to see us. Our Suits are cheaper, seeing is free, at—Hinds Bros. Don’t you think it is time for you to do all.your trudiug with us? Money buck if not satisfactory.—Miller’s. l’royf of the pudding is the buying of bargains that we advertise this week. Read und go posted.—Miller’s. Our esteemed friend Dave Braden, one of the good citizens of near Bethany, was in town oa business Monday. For Rent. Two rooms in Journal building suitable for offices. Apply to W. H. Aiimstkonu. “1 would as soon think of doing busi ness without clerks as without news paper advertising."—John Wunuinaker. Mess. G. W. Daugherty and Robert Burt, two of Verona’s good citizens were in town on business Wednesday. l’aul I). Porter came down from Cor inth last Friday and remained over a couple of days with his father and mother. You with your friends send to I. A. Wesson, Wingo, Ivy., for 100 pounds fine leaf tobacco, f 1300 in box on de posit. Rev. .1. W. Dishmun of Corinth, will occupy the pulpit at the Cumberland Presbyterian church, Sunday at'll a. m. and 7 p. m. C. W-. Vandiver, one of tfie best farm ers and most popular young men of fhn I’iruf u>uu in Inuoi .\n ness Monday. Will McCanless is now clerking for Hinds Bros., where he will be pleased to see his friends when in need of anything in the dry goods line Miss Annie DeLay, on Tuesday night gaye to twenty of hervoung lady friends an old fashioned candy-stew. All re ported a delightful time. You know you can rely on it when special prices are offered at Garrett’s Blue Store, so remember the ladies Wrap sale. Nothing like it. The nastor of the Cumberland Pres, church will be in Corinth for a week o' so helping the pastor Rev. J. W. Dish man, in a meeting. We save you somethii g on nearly every purchase, and when you make your entire purchases you will save at least 20 or 23 per cpnt.—Miller's. Wraps worth #30 lor #18.00 20 *• 12.50. “ 15 “ 0.50 etc,—Gar rett Blue Store. Robt. Sims is now clerking for ,1. T. Garrett. Robert is an energetic pop ula^oung man and will no doubt sell his share of the trade that comes to town. Miss Jennie May Harris, one of the prettiest and most accomplished stu dents of the Industrial Institute and College, was home on a visit the first of the weeK. Mr. Jacob Epting, the venerable father of Mrs. 0. B. Haynes, and Mr. G. W. Epting, spent a couple of days in Tupelo, the guest of Mr. aud Mrs. Haynes this week. Mr. J. T. Lowry has- been appointed postmaster at Verona to succeed Mrs. Honnell, nee Miss Nelfe Taylor, resign ed, Mr. Lowry will make a faithful and efficient postmaster. We acknowledge receipt oi a pleasant call from Muj. Swafford of near Verona. Wednesday. The Major left a substan tial evidence that the Journal is a house hold necessity in his home. And now that Christmas is near and you want a nice picture for your sweet heart come to Huffman. Where there is beauty he always takes it and where there is none he always makes it. , t Reports from the Sped den-Paige Come ly Co., which will be herel on the 27th, 28th and 29th, are especially good. In Memphis the company played to good business and gave splendid satisfaction. Miss Bessie Ward, after a very pleas ant viBit with relatives has returned to Texas, near Mesquite, where she will engage in teaching. Wp wish/ for her much success in her new undertaking. Oscar Jinkins of Verona was in town Monday and placed with us a nice or der for job work for the firm of W. K. JinKitis and Son. This firm have open ed up a nice line of fancy and staple groceries in Verona and will do a good business. John Witt made a trip to Senatobia Saturday that may have had ih it more of the element of business than he would leave friends to believe Inei dentnlly he tooK in Buffalo Bill’s great show in passing through Memphis, which he reports great. We are In receipt of some of the finest turnips we have ever seen which were sent us by Mr. L, It. Cates, who made a trip to Shannon Wednesday and got lost in Tom Lauderdale’s turnip patch. We art duly grateful to Messrs Lauder-, dale and Cates. We acknowledge receipt of some of the finest sweet potatoes we have ever seen, from our esteemed friend, Tobe Gore of Mooresville. Tobe is a first class far mer in every respect, and when it/comes to raising yellow yams he can take the prize from the best of them. Mr. S. T: Harkey exhibited at the First National Bank a fepr days since very fine specimens of turnips grown on laid n f i.aut / . f town. We will not attempt tugive tne weight for fear that the Journal's repu tation for exactness uml conservatism may be called into question. Walter Huffman and wife, the genii in the art of photography,' while en route to Mantachie where they will speud 2 weeks, paid us a pleasant call Tuesday. Mr. Huffman and his lovely wife ure most estimable people and the people at Mantachie will find their . stay with them oue of pleasure’—Hahlwyn Indicator. Messrs. Boh Hinds, of Tupelo, and Will S’oan, of Baldwyn. were visitors in Grenada this week. Mr. Hinds is a member of a prominent business firm in I’upelo and said business at that point was very fine, and it was but a matter of getting goods delivered to do business there just now. Mr. Sloan has become a frequent visitor to Grenada and has numerous friends who^ were glad to see him again.—Grenana Sen tinel. Mrs. W. I). Anderson spent several days last week in Pontotoc where she presided as President of the Alumnae Association of ChicKnsaw College. The occasion was the Semi-Centennial of that famous institution which has been for a half century one of the foremost seats of learning in the state, i he ad dress of the occasion was delivered by Dr. C. I). Mitchell, president of the board of trustees, and is pronouned as a rich literary treat. Mr. W. V. Mitts brought to the Jour nal office this week some of the finest specimens of corn and Irish potatoes it has been f^ur pleasure to see in quite a longtime. The corn is of the Duncan variety, and was raised by James freely tlnee ears weighing pounds, more than a pound t6 t he ear. d lie potatoes are the d'ennessee Triumph variety, second crop, the seed were bought of W. H. Topp and the potatoes raised by Mrs. W. V, Mitts, who is noted for fur success as a gardner. The three we were shown weighed half a pound each. By request we publish1 a statement from the colored lodge here, in which they repudiate those members who were caught burglarizing the warehouses of ihg merchants several weeks ago, and also denounce the vagrants who were placed upon the convict farm. iVe are glad to see the better class of negroes take this startd. The negroes of d'upelo have received a great deal this year at tne nanus ot tne wuite people or tne town and tbe latter should he protect ed from the petty thievery which has been going on. It' the better class of negroes will expose those of their race who steal, and will see that they are turned oyer to the law, they will do their own race justice, and much of the tbievinir and robbery going on will stop. Tupelos Grea.t Prosperity. It is a fact no town in the state is more prosperous than Tupelo* The splendid work done in the past year will be easily eclipsed in the next and tell the whole truth Tupelo will experience such an in dustrial awakening as was never before seen in this section. It is now assured that to the many new enterprises now in course of construction and contracted for that the Tupelo Clothing Factory willsoon be in operation. Mr. Kaoa,koff, who has had many years of experience in the busi ness, will be superiendent and with him in the enterprise will be two gentlemen of means and experience. The factory expect to employ about 75 hands and will be one of our most valuable institutions. Is Tupelo growing? Parties desiring good residence lots might do well to see Mr. Kabakoff who has four on the Dr. Hunter home which he would sell at reasonable rates to re invest the money in the clothing factory. W. A Mctanless Eor dity Treasurer. In this issue we announce Mr. W. A. McCafnlesH ns a candidate for City Trens urer. Mr. McL'anless is too well known to the people of Tupelo to need eommo dation at our hands. He has served the people of the city in various public cap acities aud his record is one of integrity and faithfulness to duty. - The office of treasurer of the city is one of responsibil ity and demands a man of capacity to fill the position. Mr. McCanless solicits the support of the voters of the city is the eneuing municipal ^leption.« »‘ . - ' t qtJ&z ,, I jfct/'i?: ' -- -k. —■——i————— ■ ■■ 500 square feet best lace and shoe string leather. 100 lbs half sole leather. 50 lbs Shoe Nails. Big lot Horse Collars, Saddles, Blankets, Hair Tassele, Hames, Traces. Horse Brushes'. Am busy day and night making up a fine line of Saddles, Bridles, Harness, etc. Call and see me before buying. Yours truly, J. H. G0ESEY. Pound, Kincannon & Elkin, The Leading Druggists of Tupelo. Fine Line all the Late Stationery] Box Papers, all the late tints, 1 Wedding paper, 1 Invitation Cards, Ete. I Found, Kincannon & Elkin. I FIRST NATIONAL BANK % Directors: % (jj ^ S. T. Harkey, » " JjJQURob[ns, | Tracts a General Banking Business. R. S. Thomas, O_ .1. H. Long. O 1 w°wn8Trice * Capital and Surplus $60,000. | -- : TTJPE1,0, MISS. Collections given Prompt Attention and (>nick Returns. IVe want your; Business IqsUred ^gaipst Burglars. i Regular meetings of the Board of Directors 1st Tuesday in each month. ■ Public Sale! s On Thursday, November 20, 1902, at the residence of the late Frank Souter, in the town of Pontotoc, Miss., we will offer at public sale all the personal property of the late Frank Soater including his herd of fine cattle, which consists of two full blood registered Here ford bulls and four full blood registered Hereford cows; one full blood registered Red Poll bull and four full blood registered Red Poll cows; two head full blood Short-horn Durham cattle, subject to registry; four head Holstein cattle; two head graded cattle; twenty head other cattle ; also, thirteen head good mules and 7 head horses. Farming implements of all kinds, including wagons, harness, hay press mower and rake, &c. Household and kitchen furniture, piano, beds, bed ding, &e. SI,000 stock in Hauk of Pontotoc, Electric Light stock and | many other things too numerous to mention. Terms CASH. Sale begins promptly at 10 o’clock. A. M. SOUTER, W. H. WOOD, Executors. L. R. CATES Auctioneer. W. D, Anderson For flayor. :• We are authorised to announce W. I). Anderson for re-election as mayor of the city of Tupelo at the ensuing municiple election. Mr-Anderson has seryed the people of the city two term# as mayor and has given the people a clean and progressive administration during his occupancy of the office. During this time the city has made rapid strides in improvements and the duties of the mayor have been great and delicate ones. In every step that has been taken the Ditv has been benefited by his wise counsel and conservatism. He has enforced the law and brought to the discharge of his duties a superior knowl edge of what the law is and how it should De interpreted and enforced. Mr. Anderson respecttully submits his name to the citizens of Tupelo for that con sideration to which his past, services entitle him, Rev. S. A. Wilkinson. The resignation of Kev. S. A. Wilfdn sou as pastor of the Baptist church, which was tendered seyeral weeks ago, lias been finally accepted by his congre gation and it is now definitely settled that he will not remain another year as pastor of the church. .Mr. Wilkinson is >1 young man of tine ability and has a most promising future ahead of biin. tie is among the first preachers of his de nomination in the state and wields a splendid influence for good. The entire town will regret to lose him and his estimable wife, both of whom had won warm places in the hearts of the peo ple of the town. ---— Bur salaries in Town. Burglars made several futile efforts to effect entrance to several of the busi ness houses on Main and Spring streets last Friday night. The locks were broken off the doors of both hardware houses, Trice-Haymond & Co, and Lumpkin Bros, but the robbers failed to get in. The grocery store of Ham Yates was entered. The thieves were frightened away before they secured goods of much value. Big Cattle Deals. G. W. Long and eons will during the season handle close to ,5000 head of steers, to be fed for the market. So far they have bought and fed 14,000 head, about half of which have been marketed. These steers are bought all over North Mississippi and either driven or shipped to Tupelo to be fed. Pythians Take Notice. By order of the Chancellor Comman der, all members are requested to be at the next regular meeting at Castle Hall next Monday night. Business of grave importance to be considered. ,, A. H, Die Lay, K. of R. & 8. .1 . ■■■ i ..... . Mark Twain. Mrs. JAsa Allen very delightfully enter tained the Fortnightly Mattinee Club* Friday afternoon, Nov. 27th The members and guests were urskered into the reception hall where chocolate wasl served to each, then into the parlor! where the two queens of the flower family, chrysanthemums and roses, added greatly to a scene of expectant pleasure. Human nature is ever seek ing sunshine—or in other words— those who make them laugh; for this afternoon the hostess had carefully arranged a very pleasing program from ‘ Mark Twain” that proved quite inter esting, after which we entered into a “geographical contest,” then came de licious refreshments with a dainty hand painted “placard” on each waiter, and ere we realized it, night had fallen upon-the scene of pleasure and we had to bid our hostess a hasty goodby and hie us away to our homes and the re alities of life. The program was ns fol lows: Mark Twain in Literature— Mrs. James High. Mark Twain and His Daughter— Mrs. Jno. D, Hunter. Mark Twain and His Ilhiatriitimi*— Mrs. Cbas. Clifton. Selections from Innocence Abroad— Mrs. Van Kincannon. J Venice— y Mrs. Will Hoyle. Mark Twain and tbe Guides— 1 Mrs. W.' D. Anderson. ^ Visitors presest were: Mesdames Jno. Clark, Sr., Jno. Clark, Jr., Sim Hinds, Rogers, Lauderdale, Cunningham, Mis ses Hinds, Rush, Baskin, Scearer. Business for the afternoon, was a letter of resignation from Mrs. S. A. Wilkinson. The President appointed Mesdames James High and Will Ander son a committee to write a letter of appreciation and recommendation of our absent member, Mrs. Elisabeth Har ris to join the American Women's Club in Germany. Pay Taxes Now. 1 earnestly request that all those who have not already paid their taxes for tha year 1902 that, they will eouie in and pay as early as possible. The later this duty is postponed the great er is the rush and harder the work of the office.. We would like to be kept busy, making out receiots from now on. and if our friends will come in ws will get through with the work with great er ease to ourselves and more satisfac tion to them. 0. W. Lox«, Sheri Sand Tax Colleor.