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One Hundred Pieces White Goods of Every Kind. |
This Sale will surpass nr last one bath in assortment and prices. Cut prices are strictly cash. We give these prices to begin our JjJ Spring Business early. Remember the early bird gets the worm. JK So ’tis best to attend this sale early. D. S. BALLARD, Tupelo, Miss.| __ _ ^^B ^^B ^^k ^^B ^^F^^B ^^B ^^B ^^B*1 [VALENTINES. I A Fall Assortment. Comic, Ironical, Amusing, Sentimental, Beautiful. Come and select yours before they are all gone. Pound, Kincannon & Elkin, TapeU’s Leading Druggists and Stationers. FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1 •tractorst i. T. Barker, 4. i. Bo»rra, 4. <4. Kokina, ) K. S. Tkomas, i 4. U. Alisa. l r. Aohaaon, J W. W. Tries. \ \ i \ ctf Tupeld, > £ t Transits a fleneral Banking Business, t > --- > l Capital and Surplus $60,000. i i TTTJPEX-rO, IMIISS. Mteatfetne given Pramjit Attention and Quirk Returns. We want yonr Busmens. Insured &&SLU\zt Burglars. Eegolnr meetings of tlie Board of Directors 1st 'Fnesdny in each month. Well Boring and Pumps. We have been in the well basiaess seme time and desire to engage iu the sale of Pumps and Cylinders in •onnection with our business. Onr Pomps are on exhi bition at J. S. Yates’ Store on Spring street. We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronage. SPARKS & EAVES, Tupelo, Miss. ... — ---- Reduction on Meal On and after January 23 Meats wilt be sold at the following prices: Pork, all kinds, 10c. lb. Steak and Roast 8c. Kansas City Steak 10c. and Roast, 8c. STRAUSS & STRAUSS. db V.For Orunkonnou, Opium, MAl ikAIli'tf Morphine and V ly VAV yothorDru,Uiinj M IkoTokocco Habit and Nauratthenia. ££* THE KEELEY b^., %»» V INSTITUTE, tariltotlal. ^ Dwl*ht. III. Personal. Capt. John Burrow waa in town Monday. John Livingston wns in town Mon day looking well and hearty. \V. It. Ilea of Verona wns in the city Wednesday on business. Senator and Mrs. L. Taylor were the guests of relatives here this week. Mrs, XeJle Honnoll, of Amory, is the guest of her sister. Mrs, V. C. Kincan non. R. L. B. Sherwood dropped in and bad his subscription extended to Feb., 8rd 1904. Mrs. W. E. Fraser left last Saturday for Winfield where she will join Mr. Fraser. G. It. Simmons of Bissell, wns in Mon day and handed us n year’s subscription to the .Journal. Miss McBride, one of Memphis, most accomplished young ladies is the guest of Miss Birdie Hedge. Mrs. W. H. Armstrong entertained the Matinee I’lnh Wednesday afternoon in her usual charming manner. Messrs Frank Finley nnd .1. T. Dod son, of Gilvo. were plensant callers at the Journal office Wednesday. flnpt. T. C. Lyon, a distinguished lawyer, of Okolona was in the city Wednesday on professional business. Hon. R. S- Phillips; the popular and talented editor of the Baldwyn Indica tor, was in town Wednesday on busi. ness. Miss Mariam Johnson, on? of Aber deen’s accomplished young ladies was the guest of the Misses McAllister the first of the week. GeorgeW. McPherson, one ofonr es teemed subscribers, was in town Wed nesday and banded us a year’s subscrip tion to the paper. W. L. Parker, the popular and efficient constable ot the First district, was in town Monday and had us to place his name on our subscription list. Eugene Curtis, of Amity was in the city Wednesday selling cotton. He seemed happy and contented under the inspiration of good prices for the stnple. Prof. John F. Barrett ol Saltillo, was in the city Saturday and had us to place bis name on our subscription list. Mr. Rarrett is one of the most successful teachers in the county. Mr. I). L. Lamb, a good friend of ours, was in to see us on Monday and placed us under obligation for another , years subscription to the Journal. Mr. Lamb is one of the very best subscrib ers that we ha ve. i Mr. Will Inman this week announces his name as candidate for Constable of the 8rd district of I-ee county. Mr. In man is a young man of fine character ' and is very popular. He is fully com- 1 patent to discharge the duties of the i position and if elected will do so faith- I fully and efficiently. Oar handsome friend, Bill Bat- ' tie, was in the city yesterday iu ' fine health and spirits. Bill says 1 he will not be a candidate for office this season as he has determined to make an honest living, He will l therefore eschew politics and a- i void the devious and precarious ways of office seeking, ' ■ •• . •* ' , ' . * .*' ■ . - * ,rJ?’ Rev. Kimbrough and family arrived last Saturday drom Shelby ville, Tenn., and are now at home in the parsonage of the Baptist church. Mr. Kimbrough delivered two interesting and logic.il sermons, morning ami evening, Sunday and those who had Hie pleasure of hear ing him, speak in highest, terms of his first discourses. The Baptist, congrega tion are to be congratulated upon hav» fng secured so able a preacher and in be half of tha people of the town we extend to Mr, Kimbrough and his family, a cordial welcome to our midst and trust they may find a pleasant, and happy home in Tupelo. Hev. Charles Van Houten, from Rich mond, Va., hns arrived and will begin his labors as pastor of the Presbyterian church of this city, on next 8unda.v at tl o’clock a. m. Everybody is cordial ly invited to be present to henr him. A special invitation is extended to all traveling men and strangers who inay beintbecitv. Mr. Van Houten comes bearing the enviable reputation of being • pulpit orator of eloquence and power and of being n devout and consecrated laborer in his Master’s vineyard. We trust he may be greeted by a large con gregation and that lie inay receive the warm welcome to which his distinguish ed reputation entitles him. T R. Maxwell, of De Soto county, candidate for state auditor before the primary in August was in the city Saturday and met a large number of the business men of the place and quite a number of the citizens from the coun try who were in town. Mr Maxwell has served his county a long time as both Circuit and Chancery Court clerics and hns given entire satisfaction to the people of his county in these positions. The duties of the auditors office are very similar to those of the Chancery ClerK and Mr. Maxwell’s experienee has i-uwiwuniiiv mifu mm iur me poaiuon he aspires to fill. He is a couiteous, affable and intelligent gentleman and made a favorable impression on every one who had the pleasure of forming his acquaintance. Should he be elected the people of the state will find in him a worthy, efficient nnd an accommo dating official. Kev. .1. T. Cunningham and his esti mable wife have arrived in the city and will take up their residence on Madison Street, whers he recently purchased a house from Mr. Jas. Long. The nequi ■ition of such a cultured and popular fninily is a matter for congratulation by nil our people who desire to see the moral and social standard of our citizen ry elevated. The father is a minister of distinction ar.d is a gentleman of rate social qualities. His goo 1 wife is a most amiable lady, who will soon place the impress of her loveable char acter upon .the circle of friends with whom she may be - thrown. In their family arc included four ministers, each of whom is a zealous and active wArker in distant fields, for the good of their fellow men. fn their Immediate familv will be included Mr. Marvin Booth, un honorable nnd energetic young business man of the City and bis wife, their younger d.ihghter. We bmpenK for them consideration and kindly greeting to which their high social position en titles them. ---- Dr. Marshall Orr. Died at his home hi Ocean way, Ark. on Thursday, Jan. 29th 1909, alter a short illness of acute pneumonia, Dr. Marshall Orr, son of the late Dr. Har vey U. Orr, of Lee county, Miss., Dr. Orr was bom nt the nncestral home of his parents near Palmetto on the 6th dav of August 1861 nnd wns rear ed there. He was one of a large fami ly of children and is survived by his brother Oscar Oit, of Pontotoc nnd by his half brothers Uhomel nnd William nnd his half sister Miss Opaline Orr, who still reside at the old nnd loved home. His father wns a brother of Hon. J. L. Orr a distinguished citizen and once governor of booth Carolina ami of Judge Jehu A. Orr, of Colum bus, one of the most eminent jurists of this state. He was also a brother of the venerahle and beloved Mrs. Jane Cnlhoun who still survives at an ad vanced age and resides at her home near Verona. Dr Marshall Orr was educated in medicine by his father wbp was a phy Rician of distinction and who gave a large part of his life to the good worxs which,pertain, to the profession of medi cine. He graduated from the Louisville Medical College in 1882 and at once en tered . into practice. He located at Green way, Ark., where he died, and was a successful, and generous physi cian and enjoyed the confidence and esteem of nil with whom he came in contuct. He was a Mason and a Knight of Pythias and closely followed in his life the precepts and principles of these beneficent orders. He was universally “Hteemed ns a man and was especially aoled for his kindly nature and deeds jf charity. His remaius were brought to the state which he loved, accom 3V two personal friends Mr. Self and Mr. Wardell, representatives of the fra •ernal orders to which he belonged ind was interred in the sacred ground >f the family lot at Old Zion Presby enan church, where his father and notber and other relatives sleep the deep that Knows no waking. A beauti ul burial ceremony was pronounced jy Rev. J. A. Ho wen and a goodly nutn jer of relatives and friends placed iweet flowers upon his grave in token ' >f their love And respect for the good nan whom they laid to rest in this hal owed spot. The Journal extends to his sorrowing ' ■elatives and friends its aincerest 1 vmpathies in their great bereAve- 1 sent. .. ' -FT-_ J Landreth’s new Garden ! Seeds. All kinds of Bulk 1 t*eas, Beans and Corn. i WHTopp. 1 LOCAL. Fresh car of Bananas at Topp’s. The price of eggs in our ranrket keeps op notwithstanding the nogg season :s oyer long ago. Preaching at the Christinn church next Lord’s day at 11 a. in. 6;80 o. m. by Rev, N. B. Hardeman. There will be a business meeting of the Epworth League at the Methodist church Friday evening at 7:80. All members are requested and expected to be preeent. A complete line of toilet articles for sale at the Elite Barber Shop. White barbers only, employed. A trial will make you our constant customer. J. E. Compton, Proprietor. The pastor of the Methodist chu rch will continue series of special sermons next Sunday 11 a. m. all invited. No services at night, will worship with the Prespyterian pastor at 7;15 p. in. Stock Hogs—I have a few good young stock bogs, both Poland China aud Berkshire, for sale at Bellyiew farm two miles from Tupelo. O. B. Rocikus. There will be services at the Presby terian church next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7T5 p. m. by the new pastor, Rev. Chas. Van Houten. Everybody invited, traveling men especially. Prayer meet ing every Friday evening at 7:15. There will be regular services at the Baptist church, Sunday, at 11 a. w., conducted by the pastor, Rev. Kim brough. All cordially invited. There will be no evening service ns will wor ship with the Presbyterians at 7:15. Tber; was every nopen ranee of a storms approach Tuesday night. About eight o’clock the wind blew with great velocity from the north wpst but no damage was done except the fright which it brought to nervous peo ple. For Sale—A good farm, containing 154 acres with u good residence on it. Sixty-five acres of rich bottom Innd in cultivation. Part Cash—Balance on time. Apply to Z. T. Hkii.ndox. Plantersyille, Miss. LOST—One French briar pipe in leather case, somewhere on the road be tween Tupelo and Eugene Curtis place. A reward of one dollar will be paid if tile finder will leave the pipe and cnee at The Tupelo Journal office when the reward will he paid. We acknowledge receipt of an invita tion to be present at the laying of the corner stone of the buildings in pro cess of erection on the grounds of the University of Mississippi. The work will be done bv ttie Masonic Grand Lodge under the direction of Hon. Har ry Howard, Grand Master, and will begin at half past one o’clock p. m. Tuesday Feby. 10 1903. All friends of learning are cordinllv invited to at tend. ‘•Romeo and Juliet” one of the most popular plays on the stage, was given at the Opera House on Monday night last, before a large and appreciative house. The weather was very incle ment, but the attractiveness of the play and the repututiou of the Simvel le’s Combination brought out a large number of our play lovers. The play was well rendered and was well receiv ed. The acting was good, the scenery beautiful and the costuming very fine. Every body who saw it went away pleased and were glad they went. Messrs. 0. B. Rogers and J. S. Thomp eon left last Thursday night for the delta with a car load of Lee -:ounty mules for sale. The delta planters buy only first class mules, young large and finely formed. The gentlemen above named are good judges of stock of all descriptions and the fact that they have taken a lot of Lee county mules to the bottom to sell means that the animals are above the average and are large and fine. There seems to be an unusual de mand for mules this season and our farmers seem to bo able to meet it. There is a great deal of money in mules at present prices and as we can grow them here we ought to make mule raising one of our principal industries. We are authorized to announce the name of our townsman, Mr. Jerry A. Thompson ns a candidate for Sheriff of Lee County, at the primary election iu August next. Mr. Thompson is no well ' known to the people of Lee county ' that any thing we might say about 1 him would be k work of suner-ero- ( (Cation. He has served two terms as 1 Sheriff and for years has been the ac 1 tive deputy in the office. He has dem ons: rated his thorough competency for its duties, a fact with which all the peo- 1 pie are entirely familiar. Mr. Thomp- * ion has many friends who desire to 1 Bee him Sheriff again and if he should * tie elected he will, as heretofore, dis : barge the duties of the position credit- ' inly and satisfactorily. Snow Drop Flour, finest made. Swift’s Premium Hams and Bacon, sweetest and best. W H Topp.^f A Board of supervisors. * The board of supervisors met in regu- * ar session Monday morning. A full locket was made before the board and ^ t required three ’ays to dispose of the ^ lusiness. At noon Monday the Lower ^ ’hiwappa Swamp Land bonds were iold to the highest bidder, the entire p ssue going to S. T. Harkey, President ® if the First National Bank. Messrs r. B. Abernathy, M. D. Temple and A. >1. Smith were appointed commissioners . , or the Coonewar and Messrs 0. h. Vaughn, J. M. Clark and A. C. Jackson * or the Chiwappa Swamp land districts, b The board also issued an order inthorizing posts and wire to be erect- i d around the court bouse yard for " ijtchlng purposed. | Said of Land. Fox Taxes.' S rhe State .of Mississippi, County of Lee. I, G. W. Long, Tax Collector of the County of Lee, |i said jA State, will sell on the First Monday ef March, A. D., 1903, at the south door of the Court House of said county, in the city of Tupelo, Miss,, ■ to the highest bidder or bidders, for cash, if any there he, all the IM following described Unde, situated in said county, on which the taxes ■ remain unpaid at that date, to-wit: NAME OP OWNER. M P Henderson AlexShawrer John King Chan Bennett Est •• ti ii I1H17 Moore •I A Arnold W A Taylor Bill Edwards Robt Edwards Israel Porter Jordan Hester Rafter White Gene Rogers it it Mrs. L J Irby U ti ii it m ii Charlie Baker • i it W II Robins Jack Ferguson Gene Rogers. B L Dallas ii ti C N McGill W H Robins J A Young Peter Harrison Jim Augustas T 8 Long Sain Agnew P F Archer Jr ii ti i. it ii ii J I) Barton Est Unknown G T Stanford Boston Itetts I^wis Hamby Sopba I.ee Dennis Rhodes • i ti ti ti M J ’lopp A R Ratliff Ned Koger A T Hall it Ii Mrs. M H Honnell Fannie Lagrone J T Cunningham Est R E Moseley *< .4 J J and W L Coggins Mrs. L J Irby Tom Hopkins Frisco It R Co J 8 Grice J T Cannon J W Rains C W McIntosh Young & Moore Lnknown DIVISION OF SUCTION. 37X« NK cor NE % 160a NWX 24a N aide SEX NEX 70a pt of NX NEX 80a SX of NEX 30a SE cor of SEX 4Xa SW cor of SWX 20a E aide SEX 160a SWX 60a E aide 8KX la rea lot N Heater SEX la rea lot SEX rea lot SEX la SE cor SEX 5a SW cor SWX 80a SX SEX 8a SE cor NWX 80a WX NWX 60a S aide SWX 40a NW cor SEX 6a SE cor SEX 30a N aide SWX 10a NE cor NEX 10a SE cor WX8EX 70a pt EX SEX 40a SEX NEX 2a NE cor NEX 18a re# lot SWX rea lot W of R R.. NEX rea lot EUR SEX 40a SEX SEX 60a N aide NEX 2a SE cor SEX NEX 5a SW cor SEX NEX lot 22 SEX Iota 14.15, 16,17, SEX 77a ot NX NWX 80n WXNEX rea lot, NEX rea lota 1 and 2 folk 3 NWX rea lot 7, blk 1. NWX 54a S aide SEX 4a NE cor NEX 39a SW cor NWX rea lot 10 near SE corJSWX NX NEX blk 18 SWX 2a rea lot blk 32 SW qr rea 2a blk 1 SW qr part blk 5 SW qr rea blka 29 and 80JSW qr rea WX SX 26 SW qr 80a W aide SW qr 158a pt NW qr 60a W aide NK qr 14a SE cor SE qr lot 61 and 62 NW qr la N aide NE qr It 3,4.5,6. frnc 1,2 blkl2 aw 80a SX N W qr 50a S end EX NE qr 160a NE qr 80a NX SW qr 100Xa mid. pt NX 5aNWr..r8Eqr NE qr Given under my hand, thin FebrnnrT 4th. 1908. G. \V. LONG, Sheriff and Tax Collector T/ee County, MiM. I N. It.—Should any party hold a tax receipt for any of the above described land, pleane notify me by giving me the number of tax receipt and I will make the proper correction. G. W. LONG, Sheriff. Bull dings. We hear of a considerable number of new buildings that will be erected as soon us brick can be made for their con struction and other material procured. The out look now is that every mechan ic in the city will find ready and profi table employment throughout the en tire year. A number of business build ings will be erected on Main and Spring streets, some of which will be handsome structures. One or two of them will probnbiy excel in style and eostiiness any now standing. A number of fine new residences are projected and many bare lots will be adorned by comely homes. A few ot these will be hne edifices surpassing any of the beautiful man sions recently built. Mr. Lee Hines has signified his intention of erecting a costly modern edifice on his lot on Jefferson street. Mr. Whitten Duncan will also rnze the house in which he now livas and erect in its stead a lovely and beautiful home. There are many others who expect to build homes. The good work steadily goes on and our prosper ing citv is now on the verge of a lively boom. There is great need of houses and we await impatiently the time when they will be built. Tennessee Triumph Pota toes, red, yellow and white Onion Sets. Now is the time to plant, W H Topp. image nonce. Notice is hereby given that the Board if Supervisors will on Monday the 2nd lay of March, 1908, at 2 o’clock, p. m., it the Court House Door in Tupelo, Lward the contract for repairs on Levee n King Creek bottom on Tupelo and Chesterville road, and for repairs on rown CreeK bridge on Tupelo Levee on rupelo and Fulton road, contracts (warded to the lowest responsible bid ler at pnhlic outery, the Board reserv ng the right to reject any and all bids, md re-advertise. By order of the Board, this February ith, 1903. No.BIN JONES, Clera. 2-5-03-8t. (food Advice. The most miserable beings in the* rorld are those suffering from ltyspe p ia and Liver Comniaint. More than eventy-five per cent of the people in lie United States are afflicted with liese two diseases and their effects: uch as Sour Stomach, Sick Headache, labitaial Costiveness, Palpatation of lie Heart, Heart-barn, Water-brash, nawing and Burning Pains at the it of the Stomach, Yellow Skin,, Coat* 1 Tongue and Dissagreeable Ttiste in tie Mouth, Coming np of food' after ating, Low Spirits, etc. Go to your rnggist and get a bottle of August lower for 25 or 75 cents. Two doses ’ill relieve you.—G. W. Green, Wood ury, N. J. i holey’s Honey ami Tar tr $hUdren,aafe,9un. Noo&attg, -• ■* ■ __ ..awie JURY LOT, 1ST WEE! #F CIRCUIT WD1T. 1st district. O P Norton. E A Mitchell, fl W Kpting. (J H Stonn. It f, Corbitt. T. A Thompson. Sam Patton. O I, Kennedy. J E Burrow. J S Moore. I 2nd district. B M Elliott. G D Parks. ' Jefl Gardner. D F Green. Tom Clark. J P Garner i Tom Barton. J B Smith. Mack Cherry. Kirb Bailey. 8rd district. S .1 Barnes. M C Parne. G VV Baldwyn. H B Heard. J H Thompson. N H Ward. B R Estes. E M Rilev. Walter Trapp. G w MePherson. 4th district. H N Stone. W W Wheeler. i K B Mabry. A W Loden. W I) Hamilton, .f A Simmons. ZS Howell. Virgil Phillips. John C Reeder. Siin McCord. OTH district. J H Scrivner. A J Vaughn 8 A Ealoe. W M Long. B F Payne. J T Young. C A Jackaon. N J Dallas. J 6 Hood. T P Burney. SECOND WEEK. 1st district. J H Tison. 8 A Knowles, J L Thompson. J H Butler. W A Majors. S A Scott. 2nd district. T S Horton. .) L Lofton. Jim Owens. S C Kaper. W A Darie. J P Ellifl. 8 HD DISTRICT. T A Jenkins. D Reese. W T Martin. .las Simpson. Robt Kingsley. C L Carothers. 4th nisTKicr. G W Wardlow, T H Freeman. T J Garmon. R L Cobb. Tom Harris. John Steyens. 5th district, ! P B Smith. Gid Dunean. T I, Hhnmpnrt. A M Gray. J H Coggins. Cowift. Marion, Noa-Raidcst Nstke. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. To Oacar Rampley, minor. Yon are hereby commanded to appear before Hon. H. L. Muldrow. Chancellor of the First Chancery Court, District of Mississippi, at the Court I louse in Pon totoc, Mississippi, in vacation on the 24tb day ot March, 1903, thca and there to show cause i! any be can, why the final account and settlement of C. P. Long, Guardian for yourself and others, in the Chancery Court of Lee County, should not be approved and allowed as the same is now made and on file in this Court, and said« Guardian finally dis charged. Thie Sad day of February, A. D. 1908. NORItIN JONES, Clerk. Anderson £ Long, 8ol’s for Guardian. S-ft-08-At. Ladiae Military Band. Tha most naval, uniaus and highly inter siting sntertainmsntto be|gWsn at the opera house this season will ba on Fab. 11th when Miss Helen May Butler's Military Band of ladies will give a concert. This buMUtte attracted- attention, admiration And applause everywhere. „ ■ '