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9 A^W«VWmn • I MAIL ORDERS. S ^ ^6 WBut out town 8koP1°0rB • ^ to avail themselves of our Mail % order dep’t. Orders filled promptly »••••••••••••••••••••••• •• ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Miller’s Big Department House. Tupelo’s Best and Busiest Store. The Power to Undersell All ^ Miller’s, g Wholesale and Retail s- • WiUiUiUiUlUiUittlttMUUiikN^ S J * The Big Clearing Sale at Miller’s. Every Item in the House Reduced._| • VOU are the loser if you don’t take advantage of this Great Clearing Sale. We must and will sell out all of our winter goods. Be as wise as @ • * your neighbor. You can’t afford to shut your eyes on the many good things that will be on sale here tomorrow. Come and get your share. • Mb • Look After Your Pennies. Q It will surprise you to see them A grow, we are here to assist you. A white crochet bed bed spread0 ft real Marseiils patterns, worth $1 45, clearing i-ab* priee 81 00 ^ 81 x 5)0 m ady-to-use sheets, best quality, soft finisii, worth 05c, 9 clearing sab* price, 4‘2c. 18 x 30 hemmed buck linen £ towels, worth 12 l-2c, clearing ^k sale price lie. ^ Splendid quality bed ticking, '2 assorted stripes, worth 12 l-2c, 9 clearing sale price 8.\. 9 Full yard wide domestic, soft finish, real value 5c, clearing sale A price, 3 1-2. jfc Good quality unbleached cotton 2? flannel, full fleece, 8c. quality, 9 clearing sale price, 5 l-2e. a yard 0 Choice of our best quality out A ing flannel and flannelettes, bright ^k pretty colors, naver sold for less ••••••••«•••••< than 10c. a yard, clearing sale price, 5c. a yard. Large size bleached, hemmed pillow slips, alway sold for 15c., clearing sale price, 9c. Ladies’ 15c, black hose, during this clearing sale, 3 pairs for 25c. Suits and Overcoats. It is only occasionally that such prices ns offered here are seen. Surely such reductions would not have been made had not the season forced us to use extraordi nary efforts to clean up the odd lots aud broken lines preparatory to receiving our spring stock. There is quality, style and fit in every oue of these garments. They are yours at these very much under valu.* prices. $6.45 bays the odds and ends of our $10.00 suits. A fine lot of black and fancy cheviots, tweeds and worsteds. $8 55 buys any of the $12 50 and $15 00 lot, latest 1902 03 styles in single or double breasted. A fine lot and goo 1 assortment. Overcoats. $4 20 buys choice of $G 50 and $7 00 odds and ends. $6 55 buys choice of $10 00 and $11 50 broken lines, i Saturday Special. Women’s ribbed yests, fiue jorsey ribbed, taped neck nud arms full, regular made. An exceptional value for 35c., cleariug sale price, 19c, each. Spring Styles in Men’s Hats, If you are an expert in Hats you can buy anywhere, as your knowl edge will protect you. If you are just an ordinary judge of hats, how much better it is to come here Where your money is just as good as your neighbors. Hadley’s “Rover,” the young man’s Hat, thoroughly up-to-date, iu either black or pearl, with black band, turned welt edg -, two widths of brim, 3 and 3^ inches, actual value, $3.00, Clearing Sale Price, $2.10. Hadley’s feather, a new spring, 1903, stiff Hat. Called feather, on account of its weight, black, two dimensions, 5^ x 2 15 and 5 1-2 x 2 3-8, value $3.00, Clearing Sale Price $2.10. Big reduction iu Boys’ woolen school Caps. Entire line of our 25c. and 35c. boys’Caps, during this Clearing | Sale, take your choice. 16c. each. !•••••§•••••••< Menjs $2,50 calf and vici Shoes, Clearing Sale Price $1.70. Men’? $3 00 calf, vici and veiour shoes, Clearing Sale price, $2.20. IMllflUMMMltfCi Men’s $1.50 satin calf, lace Shoes, Clearing Sale price 98c. Ladies’ $2 50 kid and patent kid Shoes, welts and turns, the mod comprehensive line of $2.50 foot wear we have ever shown, Clear ing Sale price. $1.70 Ladies’ $2 00 Shoes, strong line of good serviceable footwear, Clearing Sale price, $1.45. Ladies’ $1.75 guaranteedJJShoes, heel or spring heel, Clearing Sale price $1.33. Mi saps and childrens’ $1.35 kid lace Shoes in heavy or light soles, Clearing Sale price, 95c. Miller’s Big Slaughter Sale cf Dress Goods. The Goods Must be Sold. In order to uiake(room for heavy spring shipments. 36 inch Serges, in] black] and colors. 21c a yard. Miller § Mercantile § © Company § Onginators g *of 1 Low Prices g m m ■ ■ --~ HJourdan’s Old Stand. II1 Manufacturers and Dealers in | | Watches, .Clocks, Jewelry, 11 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 properly tit you with Spectacles or Eye Glasses. j j j All Goods purchased from us will be Engraved h RLL. j Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. Remember we make your Old Gold into New Jewelry. f T-A-inLiblS SH3ZOH= 3STes:t 3D cor to Drillers Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and Altering all kinds of Clothing at ^Cost ZESegcsarLaHole Fxices. Sale of X_.s1r3.cl For Taxes. The State of Mississippi, County of Lee. I (j AV. Long, Tax Collector of the County of Lee, in aaid I Slate, will sell on the First Monday of March, A. D., 1903, at the south door of the Court House of said county, in the city of Tupelo, Miss., t « the highest bidder or bidders, for cash, if any there be, all the i .'.'owing described lands, situated in smd county, on which the taxes r«-*i* unpaid at that date, to-vvit: M 1* Henderson Mi cor NB % 4 IP $1 33 33 fa 66 I Alex SliH\vver 160a NW % 1.) |8 5 i .4 84 .184 T 68 John King 24a N side SEtf NEtf }3j» 5 36 36 72 Chas Bennett list" jlOa i»t of NJ4 NHJ4 1-4 i* ■> 2 10 2 10 4 20 j .. “ “ _ 80a SJ£ of S \f.yt 14 0 .-> 2 40 2 10 4 80 lairv Moore 80a. SB cor of SE'4 JS 0 5 90 90 1 SO J A Arnold 4)4a S\V cor of S\V% 10 10 5 22 112 134 W \ Tavlor 20a E side SIi'4 13 10 5 60 60 1 20 Bill Edwards 10,0a SW'^ i:*0|10 5 4 80 4 80 9 60 Boltf Edwards 60a 10 side SE% 8<J •_» 2 16 2 16 4 32 Israel Rorter jfa res lot N Hester SEJ4 4*1 11 o 30 30 60 i Jordan Hester la reslot. 8E% 13 11 j ^ 30 30 60 Butter White |res lot SEK 13 11,5 30 30 60 Cene Rogers la SE cor SE% 11* US 01 01 02 >. <’ 5a SW car SWJf 20 11 5 09 09 18 Mrs. LJ Irhy 80a 8% NEK 22 14 5 3 36 3 36 6 72 >. •* ** 8a SE eor NW% 22 14 5 30 30 60 L .. 80a, W'/4 NWJ4 23 115 2 40 22 40 24 80 Charlie Baker 60a S side S\V% 28 11 5 72 72 144 .1 •• 40(, NWcorSEJf 28 11 ., 48 48 96 W It Robins 6a *SE eor fSK‘4 • o< xu 14 Jack Ferguson 5l()a N side SWX -i) 11 5 o4 54 108 (iene Rogers. 10a NE cor Nl-X 30 11 5 12 12 24 |i l Dallas 10a SE cor WX SEX 31 11 5 30 30 60 ‘ •• 70a pt EX SEX 31 11 5 2 10 2 10 4 20 N Mctiill 40a SEX NEX 32 11 5 72 72 1 44 WH Robins 2a NE cor NEX 33 11 5 02 02 04 I \ Young 18a res lot SWX 1 7 6 90 90 180 l’eter Harrison res lot IV of R R., NEX 2 ( b 45 4o 90 ijni Augustus reslot E R R SEX 2t i 6 30 30 60 T S Long 40a SEX SEX 36 < 6 24 24 48 Sara Aenew 60a N side NEX 1 8 R 36 36 72 1> K Archer Jr 2a SE cor SEX NEX *<>8 6 03 03 06 .. .. *• 5a SW cor SEX NEX 20 8 6 90 90 1 80 .. << lot 22 SEX 20 8 6 27 27 54 ID Barton Est lots 14. 15. 16. 17, SEX 20 8 6 06 06 12 Unknown 77a ut NX NWX 26 8 6 46 46 92 J T Stanford 80.iWX*M3X 27 8 6 48 48 96 Boston Betts res lot NEX 30 9 6 90 90 180 MW is Hnil.hv reslots 1 and 2 IdK 3 NWX 21 9 6 90 90 1 80 l<ee ‘ res lot 7. bib 1. NWX 32 9 6 1 80 180 8 60 Den s Rhodes 54a S side SEX •> 10 6 130 130 2 60 l e" . •• la NE cor NEX 8 10 6 05 05 10 39a SW cor N WX '•* 10 6 47 47 94 w T I ICS lot to near SE cfiFSWX 19 10 6 30 80 60 A R Ratliff NXNBXhlk 18 SWX 19 10 6 15 15 30 v' Kour'er 2a res lot bin 32 SW qr 19 10 6 60 60 1 20 X T Had res 2a hlk 1 SW qr * 19 10 6 45 45 90 part blk 5 SW qr 19 10 6 120 120 2 40 Mrs M H Honnell res blks 29 and 30 SW qr 19 10 6 1 80 1 80 3 60 Fannie Lagrone res WX SX 26 SW qr 19 10 6 30 30 60 1 T LZlitm Est 510a W side SW qr 30 10 6 60 60 12(1 il V vCl" v 1 -38a l-t N W qr 52 10 6 5 69 5 69 11 3S R L Moseley . ^ j 92 j 92 3 8<j T I and \V L Coggins 14a SE cor SE qr •> 116 180 180 3 6C ' ll 1 rbv lot 61 and 62 N W qr 19 11 6 90 90 1 SC Ton, Ho.ikina la N aide NK qr 25 11 6 30 30 6( r' ci It 18.104.22.168.fracl.2 blk!2 swM2511 6 60 60 12C Slice SOaSXNWqr 4 7 7 48 48 9< I T . nnon 50a S end E» NB qr 18 8 7 30 30 6( ras* as ? k s it! (1 ven under niv hand this February 4th. 1903. U ‘ G. W. LONG. Sheriff and Tax Collector T-ee County, Mias. It—Should an.v pa i t v bold a tax receipt for any of the above describe land, please notify me by giving me \\ie number of tax receipt «ndl wiH maketh pioper correction G. W. LONG, Sheriff. k I Our County Correspondence. [ I News From all Parts of the County. | Uarrett. Several cases of measles in our somraunity now. « George Baker of Uclatubba, was with relatives here, last Saturday ind Sunday. Mr, James Barnes went to Biloxi, last Tuesday, to attend a masonic meeting. Miss Elia Nuunellee, one of Chesterville’s mogt accomplished young ladies, visited friends here last week. Walter Shelton, the telephone man. went to Mobile on business last week. Mr. Rufus Kitchen went to Ful ton last week on business. Prof. McCarthy, Geo Scott, Jno. Webb and Crawford Baskin, took advantage of the pretty weather Saturday and went to Tupelo. Mrs. Georgia Rasberry, of Furrs, jame up last Saturday to see her mother, Mrs. Russell, who is quite ill. We hope for Mrs. Rus :ul u ctiooil it vonmrai'iT Prof. Larkin Smith, Fayette Soodlet and Oliti Lilly of Chester rille, passed through here en route to Tupelo, Saturday. Prof. Torn Anglin of Yocony, Miss., is visiting rela'ives here this week. Rev. Wyly Price preached here last Suuday, to a yery large and attentive audienee. Chesterviile. Mr. J. M. Dixon attended the meeting of the Grand Lodge, at Biloxi. Prof. Larkin Smith made his weekly visit to Tupelo. Saturday. Master Johnson Wilt visited relatives at Nettleton, recently. Measles are making the annual round in this vicinity. Miss Yivian Holmes has return ed home after having taught te\o months as a sistant in the Ply mouth school. Miss Coleman, who lias been llie guest ot' her aunt, Mrs. D. \V. Clark, for several weeks, has re turned to her home in Trxarkana The Success Club met with Miss Lilly Goodlefct on the afternoon of the 21st, and carried out a well ar ranged program, with James Rus sell Lowel as subject. T’was a bright, sunny afternoon which con trasled greatly with the cold, win try days preeeeding, when the “sunny South” seemed only a myth. The program consisted of vocal and instrumental music, and selections from the author. Miss l Lora Carrnth delighted ns with the beautiful song, “My Dream ol you.” Miss Lena Jackson wis re ceived as a new member, and Miss Allie Adams was elected president of the Club for the present year. Tupelo Rural Route No, 1. Mr. J. H. Gorman has beeii confined to his bed for several days with grip. Mrs. Prather is visiting her daughter ,Mrs. Jennie Smith thi<= week. Mr*. Thomas Itnssell is quite sick with measels. Albert Verner is slowly recover ing from a wound on his arm anc ; hip. i The farmers are very busj > while the snn shines catting of | ditch banks, burning grass am | repairing fences, j Mr. Clarence Lenders and wif t visited his mother Mrs. Ward tin first of the week. J. T. Ward and J. S. Thompsoi 1 made a business trip i to tow * Monday.. ‘ Saltillo. Dr.Pyle aud Wooten Jones went to Memphis last week. Mr. Sample, a photographer is in town. Mr. Ray west and wTife of Shan non, visited relatives here Sun day. Mr. J. E. Bostic, of Bogg, was in town Saturday. Master Paul Richey has been very sick for Several days, but we are glad to say is improving. Miss NoaaTurnage, a charming young lady of Corinth, gladdened the hearts of her relatives aud friends by a visit of several days, returning home Sunday, accompa nied by Mr. Homer Bunch aud Master J uruage Cole. Prof. Connell, of Tupelo, de livered two addresses here Sun day which were very much enjoy ed. He is a highly cultured and an intelligent gentleman, a man onir /tamtnuni fir l’Iwui 1a i.o proud of. Mr. Edd Legrade is at home n ow mi a vacation. Mr. Isom Baily went to,Tupelo Monday. Mrs. Meaus, mother of Mr. Will Meaus, was hurried at this place last Saturday, The school is progressing nicely under the care of Prof. E. P. Clay ton and Miss Gertrnde Bennis. Messrs. John Dillard and John Hickey of Birmingham, were iu town Friday. Misses Maud Davis aud Mary ' Arnold visited friends m Gun- j town Tuesday: Mr Ed Boling, of Tupelo, is the guest of Prof E P. CJ ay toil this week: Foulocoia. LAST WEEKS ITEMS. We have been haviug plenty of rain and muddy roads. A storm struck this community Sunday night aud did a good deal of damage. Mr. Farris Mask5s house,was blown down, also Mr. \\ est.’s kitchen and Mr. White head’s smokehouse. Some of Mr. Foster’s tenant houses were torn to pieces. The top of Mr. J. M. A veil’s gin house was blown oft'. Quite a number of fences, fruit frees and out-houses were blown down. No lives were lost and no one seriously hurt. Mr. J. M. A veil was called to Water Valiey, last week, to the death-bed of his mother. We ex tend our sympathy to Mr. Aveu and bis brothers aud sisters. Mr. Shaw aud Mrs. Poe left for Aberdeen, Sunday, to see tlieir i ...otlioi- ifiiM ik vprv kifilr 1 Seyeral "f the young people ol ! Fontueola, met at Mr. Foe’s out j night last week, where they eu •joyed douniuoes -ami other parioi ] games. Mr. F. A. Neely of Troy, passec i through here last Friday, frou j Tupelo, where he had been on « j business trip. Prof. J. W.'* Beard of Pott’i Camp called on friends here Satur ^ day aud Sunday. [i Mr! J. D. Gregory and other [ have gone to Tupelo, to attem , court, this week. J ..Mr. W. S. Pope is having neat aud comfortable resident i built, where he and his wife wil i make their future home. We we . come them to our yillage. iTEe OM Standard I I Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic I has stood the test 25 years. Average an nual sales over! and a Half* Million bottles.! Does this re-| cord of merit! appeal to you?! Enclosed with every bottle 1 * ^ * is a Free Ten-Cent Package of § hha GROVE'S BLACK ROOT llv VHl V« UVER PILLS. No Pay. 50c. 1 For CHRONIC CHILLS: in these cases where a stronger chOl tonic is preferred | ftflrp GROVE'S CHRONIC CHILL CURE, a thin spiritous liquid of a pleasant | aromatic bitter taste, which cures the chills that other chill tonics don't cure, n No Cure, No Pay. 50 cents. Always be sure its GROVE'S. New and Levant Line of Stationery. I The Journal takes pleasure in informing its 'patrons, an 1 nil in need of Job Work, that it has junt ■ | received the Largest I Finest and Most ompleie Assormeni of Stationery | ! of all descriptions tliat has evei been purchased by a county paper | in the State.. It came direct from 'the Mills and whs purchased at | the lowest figures for spot cash. the Journal has also received a large invoice .’of : ' E 11 I of the latest and most Popular Styles ' i ... ! The Journal ts now prepared to * execute ail kin Is of Job Work in up-to-date manner and at the low est city . rates., . Also to display * Advertisemfcuts in the most attrac D 1 tive form known to the Art. , Your Patronage Solicited. via me vuuu» uvh, “v,“ «*• —» -7—,-- 77 ~ . v. ' first and third Tuesdays of each month, beginning October 21st. For one-way tickets, Half the One-Way Rate, plus $2.00; round-trip tickets, one fare plus $2.00, to points in Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territories. Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town. The Cotton Belt runs solid through trains to Texas, equipped with the most modern and comfortable oars. These trains make quick time and direct connections for all parte of the Great Southwest. _ If you are seeking a better place to locate, write for a free copy of 1 our handsome illustrated booklets. Homes in the Southwest and ■ Through Texas With a Camera. D w. C. FUELER, District Passenger Agent, Memphis, Tenn. K I. w. La BEAUME, General Pass, and Ticket Agt., St. Louis, Mo. FACTS . COIfcTCEKILTXlaTG The Southern Ho e Co-operative Co. or miss, WILL LOAN YOU MONEY. I. . Office crowded with busiuess. 2. It is nuder first-class managemeut. 3. Salaried men on the field employing ageuts. 4. Bank reference giveu on application. 5-. You risk nothing by dealing with us, 6. Monthly payments to us less than the rent yon NOW puv. 7. We charge you NO INTEREST: 8. We refund your uiohey if you become dissatisfied. 9. All inquiries answered by return mail. 10. Our Capital Stock is $10,000. II. Headed by men above suspicion. 12. Mr. R H. Mullen is our local agent at Tupelo, Miss.