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2^wwvwwwwwwywwwv% j | MILLER’S. I * 3 Wholesale and Retail - • " i wmmmwwm Miller’s Mammoth department Stores. _Tupelo’s Best and Busiest Store._ »••••••••••••••< IfWWWTfFWWWWWWfcfe. t# pay Express an all orders of m[ *$ >r more. If goods are not 4 story we refund the money. 2c» Jf sr’s, Tupelo, Miss. : 'i iiuiumiuiummmmimv u U§ 1 The Value of Your Money l 2 Depends upon where you spend it. Here it brings greater returns than in any other Store of its kind in all Mississippi. Our vast stock of * • Merchandise makes selection easy and customers know that the quality and price doubt need never enter their minds. Our constant efforts are > 2 brought to bear to make this Establishment as near the plane of perfection as possible. Choose your store well—It means dollars saved._ Reduced Prices in Skirts, Waists and Trimmed Hats $6 00 walking skirts of Meltons, strapped and stitched seams, Ox ford grays, price $3 98 $8.50 ladies walking skirts of Meltons and Cheviots, finished with stitchiugs, in Oxfords, navy blue aud grays, price $4 65. Ladies walking skirts, $3.50 and 3.00 kind, now 1.95. Flannel Waists Below Cost. Best French Flannel waists tail or made and faucy effects in all the leadiug colors, choice now $1.95 All our handsome silk waists at less than half price. $3.75 silk waists made with all the late effects, all fresh new goods and a beautiful lint of colors, $2.95 Window Shades. Felt shades in tan colors and green, 6 feet long on spring rollers 9c. each. A good quality cloth shade, 6 ft long all colors, each 20c. A good quality cloth shade, G ft long with 3 inch fringe to mateb, each 29c. Linen Holland, 7, 8, and 9 feet long witq 6|inch fringd, each 59c* SHOES for Men and Women 200 pairs men’s Shoes, extension sole, some welts among them, reg ular price $2.50, your choice now $1.95. 175 pairs ladies shoes, odds and enas, some ijsi./D ana J.UU shoes, entire lot today, your choice $1.15 Men’s water proof boots, foil stook, any size, our price $1.95. Men’s full stock Rubber Boots, just to close the entire lot out, take your size, $1.95 a pair. MILLINERY. All trimmed Millinery at greatly reduced prices. ' Men’s Clothing Our men’s all wool $10.00 suits, price now reduced to 7.00 Uar men s anas tnat sola tor fr now B 95 Men’s anita that sold for $5 are reduced to S 90 Men’s pants worth $4 00 reduced < 12.95. Men's pants worth $3.50 reduced to 2.45 Men’s pants worth $2 now 1.20. Men's Underwear 82c. Worth $1.50 Of extra heavy quality flannel, medicated shaker flannel shirts and drawers, seia ai oi.yu now n^o. y Men's Underwear 39c., 65c. grade *# Heavy fleeced satin piped, crochet > ) neck, pearl battens, excellent 65c. .4 grade at 39c. ' J Odd lot Cortots. values $1 25. 1.00 an I 75o., your ^} choice 42*. ' W# have ia stock about 100 car sets that have accumulated during a busy year’s selling; there are Q many different kinds but only a few #f eack. Tour choice 42c. Q W " “ ' ' rl " it' <V • MILLER MERCANTILE COMPANY, Birth Place of Low Prices. ® -■ " ■ ■ I ■ —■ ———————. I ■ —————«—H————■——1—————————>’ . » DR. FRANK MELTOX, Optician, Manager. T. .L JOURDAN, Jeweler. ■ Southern Optical and Jewelry Co. Jourdan’s Old Stand. Manufacturers anu Dealers in Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles and Silverware. DR. FRANK MELTON is a graduate Optician and has all the latest, instruments for testing the eyes and is prepared to make up and i properly tit you with Spectacles or Eye Glasses. ; All Goods purchased from us will be Engraved FREE. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. Remember we make Your j \ Old Gold into New Jewelry. ■a——^—— wKMmmtm—mmammmm—mmmMamm—mmmm—mma—mmmmmmmmimmam ^^—■»——— |'j ESTABLISHED IN 1870 ^ £ ^'iC! A TTTpl5TTJC! Gen’l Insurance, Real Estate '2 5)ly*riL Y JjJiW 1 y Rental and Claim Agency. P !jfxt*pr*a*a.ta: Foy the Counties in Mississippi: jlS Plra, Li*. * [^ee, ppeptiss, TomaAs II© ■A.eelAaaa.t, Tippah Beptop, |*| * T-ia'bllitjr. «7 Plata 3-lac3, Upiop, Poptotoe, |8 m Imurance ff( L_—i apd ItaWaipba. v Represent* 2ft’ leading Fire Innurance Companion, j,^ r\U Local Solicitors In each of the Several County Towns. District Office, UFA %| TUPELO niss. [II City Ordinances An ordinance to prohibit, fishing of any kind in Park Luke in the city of Tu pelo, for a period of 12 months, com mencing from tin* adoption of this ordi nance, and also to prohibit n11 persons from bont-riijing. or other kind of use of said Lake for'a period of 12 months. ’ Section 1. He it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the city of Tnpelo. that from and after t his date for a period of 12 months, it sliail be tinlawlul for any person to fish in any mnnner in Park Lake situated in said city. Sec. 2. That no person shall be al lowed during snid period of 12 months .to boat-ride on snid Lake, or go upon it for any purpose whatever. See. 3 That nothing in this ordi nance shall be so construed as to probi bit persons from going to and occupy ing for the purpose of pleasure the Pn villiou situated in the Fast side of said Lake. . See. 4. That the keeper of said Lake is hereby dispensed with, and tie* salary heretofore paid him as each keeper shall cease Irom this date, and for amj during snid period of 12 months Sec„ H. That any person violating either of the first two sections of this ord’.pnuce shall he deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and punished hyaline of . not Jess than,f 5.00 nor more than $25. nnd may in the discretion-of the Mayor in addition to said fin-*, he imprisoned in the, cit.v prison fora term of not less tlian 5 days nor more than 30 days. , 4sec 0. That all ordinances hereto fore in force allowing, governing and regulating fishing in said Lake are here by suspended or repealed for 12 months SeC- 7. That on account, of the fisli becoming scarce in said Lake, ami peo pic taking little interest, in fishing there invand it being unprofitable to have tin '* k$ep*r remain in charge for 30 days hi tlw present salary, llu* above ordiuupci 0 f '* i,,__J ■ shall from and after this date he in force. The above ordinance was reduced to writing before being voted upon nnd was voted on bv sec;ions by n yea and na.v vote, all members voting for the same. This January 6th. 1908 W. I). aNDKIWON, Mayor. C. W. TROY, Secretary. 1 9 08 3t. An ordinance to prohibit begging or the Soliciting of aid for anv cause with in tlie Corporate limits of the City of Tupelo, by any person except those named by tlie provisions of this ordi dance. Section 1. Re it ordained by the Mayor and Hoard of Alderman of the City of Tujielo, Miss., that from nnd af ter tlie first day of l-’eb. 1908. it shall lie unlawful for any person to solicit aid for himself from any person within the corporate limits of suid town on any account what ever. Sec 2. That the above ordinance shall not be so construed ns to prohibit any citizen of said Citv from soliciting ! aid for any person, or any canse ns such person ina.v deem worthy of be ing io'lp' il. except, for himself. Sec. 8 That, if any jterson outside of sai l City, or an.v person for hi* own account residing in said City, shall solicit aul for his own account or for the account, of some other person un less the person soliciting the same lie a citizen of the city he shall lie guilty of a misdemeanor and on conviction, shall lie lined not less than two and one half dollars and not more than ten dollars. That tlijs ordinance shall take effect from andrafter Feb. 1st, 1903. W. D. ANDKIWON; Mayor C. IV. TROY, Clerk. The above ordinance was redneed tf writings before being voted upon by I yen and nay vote, nil member* of tbi Hoard present a* shown by the mi* ntes of said Hoard voting for the **me i the saute being vwted ttfuea lay meetMM Shannon. After a few weeks visit to her mother, Mrs. Trayntmm has re- 1 turned to her home in Kentucky Mrs. Lillian Keyes and children have returned from a visit to Tu- 1 pelo. Dr. Boggan of Tupelo, was here last week with a view of locating here. A. J. Cuuningham has secured a railroad position iu Virginia, with Alexandria as headquarters. Much to the regret of the com munity, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Red U8 will leave iu a few days for Texas, in which slate they will make their future home. The Ladies’ Aid Society met at the Methodist parsonage Tuesday afternoon for reorganization. Rev. Rameey filled his appoint ment at the Methodist church morning and evening, notwith standing th* inclement weather. Guntown. Mrs. Lewis has retnrned to her home in Coldwater, after several months visit to her daughter. Mrs. J. B. Randolph. Miss Jimmie Long of Boonevill is boarding here and attending oar flourishing school. Miss Dora Randolph, who is teaching at Evan’s Chapel spent Saturday and Sunday in town. Mrs. Alma Griffin, has returned to her home in Cottonwood, Texas, after several weeks visit to her mothfer, Mrs. M. A. Cochran. Mrs. Higginbo'ham cf Texas,! who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hinds, will re- j tarn home this week accompanied j by her sister, Miss Katie Hinds. Mr. Fletcher Booth and Mr. Jim Patton have recently purchased the store house ami stock oF goods of Mr. John Hinds and will do a general merchandise business. Mr. Booth and family are pleasant- | Fy domiciled in the Wales resi dence. Mr and Mrs. Abner Davis are visiting relatives in Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Brown of ik. n.-i ;___ _ _ _i:_ v »• W nui' r-1 »>iv/ IIW»I I ruuil^ rooms in the j. R. Dabb,s resi dence. Mr. Clovis Hinds of Booneville, and Messrs Siiu nnd Boh Hinds of In polo, Were called io the bed side of their mother last week, who has been quite sick. Mr. Gene Richey lias necepted a position with Hinds Bros., at Tu pelo. We regret to give him up. Rev. Irl R. Hicks 1903 Almanac. To any that this splendid work nf science and art is finer nnd hotter thim ever, is stating it mildly. The demand for it is far beyond all previni a years. To say that snch results. reaching through Tiurtt Ye a ns. are not. ‘msed upon sound sense and usefulness, is nn insult to the intelligence of the millions. Prof. Hicks, through thU great Alman ac. and his famous family ana scientific journal. Word nnd Works, i* doing a work for the whole people not ap proached by n nr other man or pubVa tion. A fair test will will prove this to any reasonable person Adde< to he most luminous course in astrom mv lor 1903. forecasts of storms anil weather are given, as never before for every day in the year, all rhannii gly illustrated with nearly two hum roil 1 engravings. The hrice of single Alman , ac. Including postage end mailing, is . Thirty Oenta. Word ami Works with the Almanac ia $1.00 a year. Write to Word and Works Publishing Co , 2201 Locust (Street. Nt. Louis, Mo., and rffanm tat ymwvctf timir put rwhm J L S JtifA- -Ji. . J- . l . »A-lt Cfcestenrille. A telephone line is the latest addition to oar towa. A nnmber of oor young men at :ended the dance at Leighton Fri lay nignt. Miss Pannell of Blue Springs, was a recent visitor in our town, :he guest of Miss Hollye Strain. R. S. Brown, the new pastor of the Methodist church, came over the bad roads and through the dis agreeable gloom and cold of last Sunday morning to meet bis ap pointment at this place. He made in earnest, forcible talk to his few bearers. He is a zealous Christian man, with the interest of his peo ple nearest his heart, and it is to be hoped that in the future he will be encouraged with a larger nudieace and that he may be made to feel that the sacrifice he makes in behalf of his people here is ful ly appreciated. It was our privilege, in company with our friend, Miss Lena Jack son, to receive the hospitality so royal "iven in the home of Mis ses r t and Allie Adams one nigh* the past week. We receiv-' ed every courtesy and kindness that could be given at tke hands of our hoateas, aud every member of the family, as well. Miss Ernest Shelton returned last Thursday from Berwyn, I. T. where she has been with her brother’s family the past seven months. Her many friends wel come her back to her old home. Miss Lora Carruth entertained a number of her frieuds at a birth day dinner on the 11th, inst. An elegant dinner w»9 served in four courses and presided over bv the hostess’ charming mother. Miss Lora is now on the verge of young ladyhood aud possesses the same grace and dignity wniclt have characterized her from childhood. She has a host of friends who wish for her, many happy returna of the day. Constable’s Sale. Hv virtue of a writ of execution issued Itv F. 1*. MeNiel, >i Justice of the Peace of the Sproud district of Lee County, Mississippi, in the ense of R. II. vs J. N. Putt, on a Judgement from the Justice Court of said F. P, MeNiel ren dered on the Oth day ol Ileceinbei, 1902 and to me directed. 1 will on Monday, the 2nd day of February, 1903, sell to .1 I • I ^ L!JJ_ •_ __I. ..4 n.l.l.'a I lie iii^urnb uiuun iv" mv outcry, within iegul hows in front of the Conrt, Honse door, in the City of Tu pelo, in mid county, the following land in mid county nnd state, to-wic \. W. % of the S. K. Jt of N. E. U ol V. W. ]i and 20 A., N. aide of R. A of N. W. J( nil in section 1G. T. 8. It. 5. levied on as the properly of J. N» Putt. This December 511st, 1902. H.N. ji KLMR, Con-table. ] l-9-03-3t. Non-Resident Notice. STATE OP MISSISSIPPI. To Sam L. Purdy, Defendant. Yon are commanded to appeir before the Chancery Court of the County of I>ce in said state on the third Monday of March A. D. 1903. to defend the snit ia «nId Court, of Mrs. Bessie Purdy, where in you are defend.vnt. This the oth day of .faunnry 1903. NORBIN .lON’KR, Clark. Andsrson A Cong, Sol’s forCompIt. J-9-OA.St. Bhrir Tvkee bablr i healthy, fat and f xwIt contains no opium or other T ■ Isons. When yourbaby is fretful, ■ ./ -‘jf. rf.iv . si-ii'V- .'v.' 1. i. j'Es Old Standard I I Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonk j has stood the test 25 years Average an nual sales Over . I One and a Half, Million bottles., Does this re \ cord of merit appeal to you?; Enclosed with every bottle 1 •tt ^ * is a Free Tea-Cent Package of |\|/n 1111*0 GROVE’S BLACK ROOT I1U vlflUf UVER PILLS. _ . _ J’ No Pay. 50c For CHRONIC CHILLS: In these cases where a stronger chill tonic is preferrc take GROVE'S CHRONIC CHILL CURE, a thin spirkous liquid of a please aromatic bitter taste, which cures the chills that other chili tonics don't cur No Cure, No Pay. 50 cents. Always be sure its GROVE'S. TIME OF TRAINS AT ! TUPELO. I NORTH ROUND. No 2 Lpmvps (daily).. *> 0“> a nr No 4 Lpbvph (daily) . 7 44 p ir No a Lenyen ir« nay* mxnj o iu a n SOUTH BOUND. . : , t No 1 Leaven (dnily). f> *r>0 p n No H Ivf*nve» <«iaily). '•* 17 n 11 No 11 Leaven (w’k <Jayn mxd.) S Ift 0 ■ I •. •. • LARKS, (•ail lanpr. SMS O. M. IHIMH, JR*. Ml. SMALL, Gal PftM'r A|nl. AalRalPWr A*«l. UIBA SIHK j t. - ! FIRST NATIONAL BAN « Directors t | £)t! '"’T p 6 l $ « S. T. Marker, $ § Transmits a General Banking Bn-: J. Q. Robins, 0 R. S. Thomas, O — - J. M. Allen, O r. Johnson, £ Capital and Surplus $6o,Cv W. W. Trice. | _ $ T'CTrprEX-.o, xvxxss. Oolleetionsgiven Prompt Attention and Quirk Returns. We want y< ,;i Insured Agaii)st gdpglars. Regular meetings of the Ronrd oj Mirectors 1st Tuesday in each month. s, Thebes, Cairo and Memphis, *; month, beginning October 21st. j ? Rate, plus $2.00; \ rip tickets, one rare plus $2.0( points in Missouri, as, Louisiana, Texas, Okiahomi I Indian Territories, or particulars and cost of ticket fi 'our home town. Che Cotton Belt mn# eolld tRwI.r, ti«ln* to Texae, equipped with the most modern and eomforta^mB?,r,Th**e train* make qnlok time end direct connection* for^PL^rte of the Great Sonthwe*t. If yen are aeekinir a bet*3®R;» to locate, write for a fre* OOPT of Mr band*ome llln*tr*ted b<K*,te, Homes In tb# Southeast and nrongh Texas With a Camenw C. flSUR) District ReA|]t|«r Agent, Memphis, Tenn. \ La R1AVMI, Oenernl tew. and Ticket Agt., St. Lewie, Mo. . - - •'*-- *- • r * ‘ • ~ "