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SV I Continued to March 1st j & $ $ i | New Goods Arriving Daily. | a hi /js Jush received 200 pairs ladies Sample Kid Gloves. Some of them m /j\ are slightly soiled, most of them are perfect. $1.00 to $1.25 grades. w & While they last at 50 and 75c. pair. Come quick. w i New Lot of Lace Curtains 40 and 50c. AS AS AS 2 1-2 yd Lace Curtains for 40c. pair. 3 yd;lace Curtains 50c. pair. AS Large lot Counterpanes at 50, 75, 90c. and $1.00 that can not be AS equaled elsewhere at these prices. AS | Our Millinery Department i\ Will be enlarged for the Spring Trade. | t # We will have a Larger Stock than we have ever carried W W in this Line and will be better prepared to please you. w | D. S. BALLARD, Tupelo, Miss. § ' T . w!Wn^Brrn——qg—a—————gp——————moww. | LBY TOPP, | 25 Per Cent. OFF ! pe Clearing Sale 1 i Of ail winter weight Clothing, together with a 1 large lot carried over Spring Suits and Pants. In * this Sale all men’s, ladies’ and children’s winter weight Underwear, Cardigan Jackets, Sweaters | and heavy over shirts, Mats and Caps, except few I early spring styles just in. This Sale One Week Only I Commencing Monday, February 16. Ending Sat= § urday, the 21st. This sale means a large saving to any one who may need these goods. j Remember 25 Per Cent. Discount. SHELBY TOPP. ST’S RIGHT TO WRITE ] IE yon Wave something jj to say and good writing AND materials. Yon belittle your friend when you write to him or her on poor station- : ery, use faded ink or a seratchy pen. Get Your | Stationery Supplies I of Pound, Kincannon & Elkin and you will be on the safe side. We offer a big assortment of flue tablets for 10c. each, worth 10, '20, and 25e. POUND, KINCANNON & ELKIN, The LeadintgDruggists. ^ JI * ROGERS ST AIR FLOOR FINISH Stains and finishes floors et one operation. * Easily applied end dries over night so it can be need 1 next morning. | date Pra flows look lit Mood, Whether Fainted or net. EQUALLY GOOD Ffill HARDWOOD FLOORS! | Ask ns for Booklet on Treataeat *f Floors. » i si—ms .. rv.’ «> Non-Resident Notice. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. To Thadens Shaw. W. G. Shsw, 1nin- I nrs who reside with their mother, Mr*. ( (•allie Slinw, at Waco, Texas, and N. j A. Shaw, Mr*. Ida Heard, Mrs. Carrie Long. George Shannon, Wm. Sha- ' non, Sam E. Shannou, Mra. Gusaie King, Charles Shannon and lira. ^in nie L. Venning, defendants. 1 You are commanded to aDpear before I t the Chancery Court of the county of Lee, j I in said State, on the third Monday of March, A. I)., 1903, to defend the suit in said Court of Mra, Irene Jetton, of * Lee County. Missisaippi, and A. (4. Shan- [ ■non of WilKinson County, Mississippi, fl complainants, whereimyou are defend- j ants. This 13th day of February, A. D., v 1903. h XOHWN JONES. Clerx. t Allen & Robins, Sol’s for Comoi’ts. . 2-20 36. _ h A full supply of Landreth’s ® never failing Garden Seed. r Francis & Wood. s Personal. Mr. W. H. Armstrong lain New York >n business. Mr. Dnrell Miller ia visiting his Bister dra. Aba Allan. Miaa Boothe is the guest of her ala* :er Mra. Motlow. Mias Josie Fulton ia visiting Mra. Guinea in Corinth. Hon. .1. M. Allen nttended Mnrdi 3raa in Mew Orleans. Mrs. O. It Spnrks of Birmingham la the guest of relatives in the cit.y. Mrs. Joe Smith and Miss Clara Gard ner attended Mnrdi Gras in Mobile. Mr. George T. Francis made a busi ness trip to Pontotoc. Wednesday. J. B. Worley of Oxford, is in the irity, the guest of A. H DeLuv and family. Misses Georgia Wetherall and Aurora Medford liaye returned from Birming ham » Mr. Karl Wylie spent Sunday, very pleasantly in Corinth with his old friends, ltev. J. I). Hunter attended the meet ing of the Grand Masonic Lodge at Biloxi. Mr. nnd Mrs Clias. Thompson are the the guests of their state*, Mrs. I^ee Hines. Mra. Taylor has returned from Sber mnn and is vititmg her mother, Mrs. Curuth Mrs. Klhert Mitchell of Uuntowp, spent Sunday here the guest of Mra Bryson. \tiklU It'oilliio Qlinnene . S!f a ■.Iri.Slla spent Inst Sunduy with her sister. Mrs. Muhlon Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeo. L. Thompson spent Friday in Shannon, the guest of Mrs. Lillian Keyes. Mead nines John Clark and Milford Witherspoon honored our sanctum with a call Wednesday. Mrs. \V. 1C. Frazer is expected so hi to spend several days with her p treats Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Hoyle Rev. Van lloiiten’s family have come from Virginia, and the people of Tupelo are glad to welcome them here. Miss Mai McBride of Memphis, who has been the attractive guest of Miss Pledge, has returned to her home. Miss Annie Ligon came from Verona this week to accept a position at Mrs. Whitfield,8 Millinery establishment. Mrs. Murv Smith arrived here from Texas, Wednesday nnd is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. W Thompson. The visiting attorneys iri attendance ii(ion court this week were Messrs. J. W. Ihichnnnon, W. M. (Cox, Sum Allen, and Sharp. Ilou. William A. Bodenhummer of Okolonu. spent Tuesday in the city, the guest of Ins cousin’s family Mr. W. ff. Smith. We are sorry to report the illness of Mr. S. T. Ilarkey’s little daughter. We hope to soon be able to report her en tirely well. Mr. J. It. Smith, ot Birmingham, called nnd had hi* mime added to our suoserip tion list this week, nnd gave ns an order for job work. Mr. K. If. Kenney of fs'ighton whs a caller to the Journal office yesterday and left with us fl .50 to he placed to his credit for subscription. Mr. A. D. Martin of Abney was a pleasant caller to flip Journal office this week nnd had us place a year’s subscription to bis credit Messrs J I*. Dulanev and IC. L. O’Shields, two of Bnldwyn’s best citizens were in Tupelo, Tuesday and favored the Journal with a call while here. R. M. Francis, of Shannon wan a visit or to Tupelo this week and left an or der for joh work with ns while here. He did not forget t.o tell us that a wee baby girl had taken up its abode at bis house. Hon.Frank A. Critz.of West Point,was in the city yesterday, nnd favored the Journal with a call He is a gentleman of most pleasing address and enjoys a wide acquaintance throughout the state. The Tupelo Optica! Company have recently added to their equipped shop an engrnving machine, which ia in itself a marvel. All kinds of fine engraving and monogram wont can l>e done on it with great rapidity. Miss Leila Diekson Ims returned from in extended trip to Florida. She tame jy New Orleans nnd tool, in Msrdi Iras. While in Florida Miss Dickson arote the Journal interesting letters ibont her trip. The Indies of the Rnptist church de lire to thank the people for their liberal ist'onngc nt their dinners at the Court Jouse on I lie ilrd and 4th Mondays >f this month. They netted $02.00 vhich will be applied to the church nnd. The pastor of the Cumberland Pree •yterinn church will be glad to see •on at the services next Sunday. The las or will conduct the service in the norning and the pastor of the Presby erinn church, Rev. Mr. Van llooten, rill preach nt evening service. We are authorised to announce the mine of .A. C. Jones ns a candidate for boater Representative for I.ee and tawamhn counties. Mr. Jones has csided in Lee county ever since it was f county and is fullv identified with the ( eople *4 the two counties which h* seks to represent. He is a ma* of fine itelligence and throughly conversant ( ,’itli the affairs of the day. He is an ( onest upright man and would at all | iines and under all circumstances stand • >r principle and the right and should e be elected he would c*St his vote on rery proposition in the interest of the eople and conscientiously guard their ' ghts. He would appreciate anv sup. I ort accorded him, J ... LOCAL. 200 paint of Ladies Kid Wove* at Ballard* 50 ana 75 cents per pair. Hot Rolls everv evening at Strauss’ Bakery. Meet your friends at Hinds Bros.. March 19 and 20. Fresh Bread every dav at Strauss’ Bakery. “The Big Opening” .« Hinds Bros A Co., March 19 and 20. You will regret it if you don’t attend Hinds Bros’ big opening, March 19 and 20. “Don’t The eVPnt 01 LeUll l * HIM the season at Hinds Bros A Co., March 19 and 20, “Rain or Sun. Suow or Sleet,” “Hamilton, Brown’s Shoes cnn't be beat.” For sale by Hinds Bros A Co. Coconnnt Macaroons, Lady Fingers, Kisses and Cream Puffs every Wednes day and Friday at Strauss' Bakery. A complete line of toilet articles for sale nt the Klite Barber Shop. White barbers only, employed. A trial will make you our constant- customer. J. K. Compton, Proprietor. Lost—On last Tuesday night a black and white feather bon between the Opera House and Main street. A suit able reward will be paid for its return to the Journal office. Wanted—An active, capable man ns manager of district for The Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Philadel phia. Headquarters nt 'i upelo. Ad dress. • Raui.axd A AxnsitsoN. Mmts.. Jackson, Miss. Haring secured n *irsr class Tailor. I Mm prepared to do tailoring worK of all classes,making.altering rep tiring clean ing anil pressing. Consult your own interest anil join our '‘pressing club.” Your clothes pressed and fc"pt in order. Ilntts f LOO per mouth. O 1,. KOltll. Wanted—Live nge-ifs »•> sell l)r. White's Elect ric Combs, pnteiiteil Jnit.1, 185)0. I'ttres dandruff. hair falling out s:ck ami nervous headaches, vet cost nc more than an ordinary comb. Sells on sight. Agents are wild with snems. Send 50r for sample (half price). Write quick. Fite Dr. White Electric Comb Co., Decatur, 111., Ilian other place we announce the name of A. C. MeVay for Justice of the Peace for the Fourth district of Lee county. Mr. MeVay has served in the s-iine capacity for a number of years and by his uniform fairness and courtesy in the discharge of his official tin ties lie h is given universal satisfaction. Mis ruling litis in every instance I) Mil char icterized by n desire to track tin* law and bis judgments have sto > I the test of tilt higher courts when appeal was taken. Recognizing his special fitness for the position Ids neighbors and the people of bis district have urgently solicited ftiin to stand for re election and yield ing to tltis demand lie submits bis name as a candidate for the sdme position. A Wonderful Invention. It is interessing to note that fortunes are frequently made by the invention ol articles of minor [importance. Many of the most popular devices are those de signed to benefit the people and meet popular conditions, and one of the most interesting of these that lias ever been invented is the Dr. White Electric Comb .patented Jan. 1, ’5)0. These won derful combs positively cure dandruff, linir fating out, sick and nervous head aches, and when used in connection with Dr. White’s Electric Hair Brush are positvely guaranteed to make straight hair curly in 25 days’ time. Thousands of these electric combs have been sold in the various cities of the Union, and the demand is constantly increasing. Our agents are rapidly be coming rich selling these combs. They positively sell on sight. Send for sam ple. Men’s size 35c, Indies’ 50c—half price while we are introducing them. See Want Column of this paper. The Dr. White Electric Cojnb Co., Decatur, III. -———♦•♦■—■ Cotton Seed For Sale. We the undersigned take pleasure in certifying, that we visited Mr W. A. Jamison's farm Inst fall and examined his growing cotton crop, and we hereby certify thnt it is one of the finest and most prolific varities of cotton that we ever saw, and we are satisfied that it would yield from one to two bales per acre. Signed, T. B Arnold, F. A. Hskkn. I have some seed of the above dis cribed cotton seed for snle at $L. 00 per bushel. W. A. Jamison. 2 24 2 mo. A Ooo J Thing. Herman Syrup is trie special prescrip tion of Dr A Bosches, a celebrated (ierman rhveieian, and is acknowledg ed to be one of the most fortunate dis uveries in Medicine. It quickly cures Coughs, Colde and all Lung troubles of Lhe severest nature, removing, a* it does, the cause of the affection and enving the parts in a strong sndhealth.v ‘onditioa. It is not an experimental medicine, but has stood the test of rears, giving satisfaction in every eaee ahidli is rapidly increasing tale every teason confirms Two million bottles lold annually. Boshee’s (iernian Syrnp a as introduced in the United States in 1868, and is now sold in every town md village ia the ci fili*-I world Three . loses will reliev* mr o’diu irr cough. *riee 25 and 75 >-r* —<*. 'V. Ukkk.n, i I’oodbury, N. J. Stenography. Misa Aurora Medford offers her ser- '■ Ices to those desiring to learn sbort iand. Classes taught at her lioipe on Irogdwuj, Terms ^2.01) ;er mouth. V f-'vt-—- : - — - - Bank of Tupelo, TUPELO, MISS. Statement of Condition, February 6th, 1903. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts.....$146,110 25 Overdrafts and Advances on Cotton. 92,820 03 Lee County Bonds. 1,745 75 Banking House and Fixtures.. 1L500 00 Other Real Estate..... 1,000 00 Revenue Stamps..... 96 tCash and Sight Exchange.... 86,402 31 5339,374 44 LIABILITIES. Capital Stock :.-.$ 50,000 00 ‘S"iplus. 25,000 00 Undivided Profits. 3,009 18 Dividends Unpaid.... 150 00 Cashier Check. 490 89 DUE DEPOSITORS. 260,664 44 _ $339,374 44 JOHN CLARK, B. T. CLARK, C. W. TROY, S. J. HIGH, President. Vice Pres. Cashier. Ass’t Cash’r DIRECTORS. SHELBY TOPP, W. C HINDS, J. P. SISK, W. D. ANDERSON, JOHN CLARK, B. T. CLARK, C. W. TROY. Call on us when you place your business. We would like to have your account. Our policy is Conservative but Liberal. We handle all forms of Good Banking Business. New Store at Leighton. Caldwell & Co., Have opened up a new and complete line of General Merchandise And take this means of saj - im» to^the public that their stock was purchased for cash and at very low prices. Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Dry Goods. We are prepared lo sell goods lower than thoy ran be bought anywhere in Lee county and will do so. A trial will conviuce you. Come and see us. Car Load Flour Just Received, he Best on the Market. CALDWELL & CO. Leighton, Miss. An Afternoon With tieo. Wasington. Caique and perfect in every detail was the meeting of the Fortnightly Matinee Club on the afternoon of Wednesday, February 18th, 1903, at the home of Mrs. F. C. McGaughey. “An Afternoon With George Washington,” being the subject. The hostess assisted by her son. Mas ter (’lay, very graciously received the guests and seated them comfortably in her parlor, where the decorations ware beautifully and tastefully arranged in the form of our own loved flag. After a very interesting program the guests were each presented with a “Hatchet,” on which was printed beneath, ques tions to he answered concerning dates and incidents of the “Father of our Uouu try.” After much study, sever? 1 were allowed to draw for a be.nutiful Japa nese fan, which fell to the lor of Mrs. Fuqua. Then came most delicious re freshments in which the subject was again in evidence—ices frozen in the form of George and Martha Washing ton, appealing to our patriotism to such un extent that one was loath to satisfy the carnal appetite with a scene so sacred, ho wever, the first taste only lured us on, uutil the sentiment had melted into the past. A very pleasing feature of the after noon was, a recitation bv Miss Jourdan ui .iiifiucrn, iuc jiwii iiiihk mirni ui .uin. Mi-Ua uglier. • The program was as follows. Minutes. Roll Call, answered; Life and inci dents of George Washington. Song; Star Spangled Banner— Mrs. W. D. Anderson. Selection— Mrs. Julia Blair. Song— Mesdames Dillard, Hunter. Selection— Mrs. W. I). Robins Recitation— Miss Jourdan. Visitors present: Mesdames Round, Elkin, Bonner, Ford. Fuqua of Tenu., Misses Nell Trice, and Jourdan of Aber Eiectric Light Bulbs, Best, 5 for $ I at Trice & Raymond Hardware Co. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that on the 9th jay of March, 1903, at the south door pf the Court House within the hours prescribed by law, we will let the con- ( tract for channelling the creek in the Lower Coonewar Swamp land district, ' to the lowest responsible bidder or bid lers, the riglir to rrjnct any and all bids sri-serVed. Bond for t We faithful per 'nruinnee "I Hu* contract will bo requir- ! >d. Specifications are on file in the of- i Ice of the Chancery Clerk. i'his February, 20th, 1903. Commissioners, J. B. Abernathy. t M. D. Tkmple. M. A. Smith. 1 2-27-8|. 1 . . r ■ I tCPELo OPERA HOUSE. FRI.. Eve., Feb. 27th. Manager Blakeslee Takes pleasure m announcing The Famous Gonklino Vaudeville Company This Company recently scored a big hit at theOrpheum Theatre New Orleans, La., and is a guaranteed tood at tract CQ» Secure your Seats at once. PRICES 25„ 5o and 75 Gents. Don’t Miss This. The famous Conklin j Vaudeville Show 1 IIWI Ub bl IV upb l b MbUbbi Friday evening, Feb. 27. This is the only strictly polite Vaude ville show that will visit Tupelo this year The Gonklings are well known as per formers. They were the leading feature of the Ringling Bros, circus for three years. They have also appeared in all the leading vaudeville houses in America. The show never stops from the rise of the curtain until it ends. Plenty of good comedy, music and good specialties. The company have their own band and or chestra, and a rare musical treat is promised us on this occasion. In order to allow all a chance to get properly seat ed, the management will receive orders for seats by mail or 'phone. Secure seats at once; prices, 25,50 and 75 cents. One Car John 'Deere and Avery Plows and Cultivators at Trice & Raymond Hard ware Co. - Non«Resldent Notice. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. Fo Oeorge Moore, defendant. You are commanded to appear before ;he Chancery Court of Lee county, at :he Court House in Tupelo, on the third Monday in Mareh, 1903, to defend the mit in raid Court wherein Eliza Moore a complainant and you are defendant. This the 25th day of February, 1903. NORBIN JONES. Clerk. 4. E. Leas-, Sol’s for Comp’lt. 1-27-St. One Car Jebn Deere and tvery Plows and Cultivators it Trice & Raymond Hard ware Co. '