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WHITE HICKORY WAGONS.
; AXLES, oVener«. whiffletteee and neck yokes Hie of the bpst quality hickory. i : GEAKING, holsters, sandboards, fellows, hounds, reaches, brake bars, etc., are made of the best white oak from butt cut logs. HUBS a ( of the finest Pennsylvania black biich. I SPOKE'' of c i 'fully selected hickory or white oak. | j TONGUES of young, tough white oak. BOXES sides of the finest yedow poplar, heavily ironed on edges; bottoms of long leaf yellow pine. | SKEINS self oiling and several pounds heavier than the skeins usually used on wagons. \\ AKKANTY : In case of breakage of any part within twelve mouths from date of purchase, if mch breakage is by reason of defective mateiial or imperfect workmanship, we will furnish free of charge the part required to replace breakrge, the purchaser to pav me ireigut on same. Standard Thimble Skeiu Wagon, complete, size 2J. $45 00 . “ “ “ ^ze 2«.z:z:::::z 47 so size 3. 50 00 f 1'bimble Skein Low Wlieel Farm Wagon, size 3, 2£ inch tire. 55 00 “ “ “ “ “ “ size 3, 3 incti tire.. 57 50 Prices of any size furnished on application. | We consider this one of the best make of wagons thut is on the market. They are well finished, nicely finished and present an uuusually neat appearauce. We have a few now; call and see them! W. S. JOHNSON & SONS, Verona, Miss. \\ atch this Space next week. Loug Distance Phone in our Office. One of the largest Supply Houses in this section of the country. JF s ==— m I TIME OF TRAINS AT TUPELO. NORTH BOUND. No 2 Leaves (daily). 6 05 a m No 4 Leaves (daily). 7 44 p m No 12 Leaves fw’k days mxd) 8 10 a m SOUTH BOUND No 1 Leaves (dailv). 'J 50 p m No 3 Leaves (daily). 0 17 a in No 11 Leaves (w’k days mxd) 3 55 p m C. S. CLARKE, General Manager, 8T. LOUIS. C. M. SHEPARD, JNO. M. BEALL, Uen'l X’aebT Agent, As*'t Gen'l Pass r Agent, AlOBILfi. ST. LOUIS KS3) _ For Drunkenness, Opium, A A1 f Morphine and Is., h. another Drug Usin& — sr theTobacco Habit and Neurasthenia. t”"- THE KEELEY - INSTITUTE. bnlidentizl. Owisht. III. R Zfop of the Ozarks Sureka Springs ___ TJ/te Selectl Summer Stesort. JLow States via J’or full information, address, 7f. Cornatzer, Tffemphis, TJenn. Sen era l jfgent, ta m B. B. C^IBSOISr, IDealer in Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Tobacco, Snuff, and Cigars. ' 2 ELITE Barber Shop. The most modern and com * plete Shop in the State. Prompt service by the most skillful artists. White Barbers Ony Employed A full line toilet and tonso rial articles kept constantly on hand. J. E. COMPTON, Prop. THE REPUBLIC’S GREATEST OFFEI An Exceptional Opportunity for Old and New Subscribers. Special arrangement has bee made by the St. Louis Republic t furnish old or new subscriber with the only official and anthorze life of Pope Leo XIII. This one great volume, bound in elegat cardinul cloth, gilt and ink stauii: ing, with Papal coat of arms, coi taiuing nearly 800 pages of tei and illustrations. The work wi prepared and written by jlousij nor O’Riley, D. D. L. D. Lit official biographer of the Pope. The regular cash price of th book is 82.50. Any one rernittir $2.50 will be entitled to eightet months subscription to The Twic a-week Republic and a copy of tl book, postage prepaid This off i3 open to new and old snbscribei The book is printed in Englis French and German and is uc ready for delivery. Address i orders to the Republic, 8t. Lou Mo. a WE XX^-HSTIDIEIE Deering Machinery and Farming Implements. T^ILILOIR SH3IOH5. 3>Te2ct Door to IMZillers- - Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing and Altering all kinds of Clothing at Pxicea. | Our County Correspondence. | Shannon. Glenn Bright spent Suuday with hotnefolk. Capt. C. B. Evans spent Suuday in Plantersville. Mr. and Mrs. Polk Renshaw are the parents of a fine boy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snow, < f Auiory, were mingling with old friends last week. The Baptist meeting begun Sun day night, Bro. Swain assisting Bro. Smith in the services. Mr. (!. H. Jacob, Mrs G. F. Brown and sweet little Mildred have been visiting Mr and Mrs. M. L. Jacob. Mrs. Cooper Hodges and little Florence of Woodlawn, Ala., have been the guests of their cousin, Miss Mollie Edens. A marriage that came as a sur prise was that of Mr. M. M. Miller, one of Shannon’s most promising young men to Miss Hattie Doane, of Iuka. Miss Doane has been in our midst for the past year and while here made many friends who will gladly welcome her again. Resolutions of Respect Of our beloved and esteemed broth er, Alfred Gregory, treasurer of Mooresville Lodge, No. 218, F. & A. M., who departed this life Sept. 15,1903. Wherpas: It has airain nleased Lee County Preachers Association Program for October meeting o the Lee County Preachers Associ ation, Shannon, Oct 8, 1903. 11, a. m. Sermon by Rev. Meek liu. Subject: Mutual Obligation of Pastor and People. Alternate Rev. W. L. Anderson. AFTERNOON SESSION. Subject for discussion : TheAtti tude of Christians Toward one Au other. J. A. Bowen, G. W. Pot ter, S. A. Brown. The Christian’s Attitude To ward the Uuregenerate. Chas. N Van Houten, J. D. Huuter, S. L Pope. What does Church Metubershi] Signify to the Christian? R. A Kimbrough, Wm.G.Mosier, W. G Burks, J. C. Blanton. The Christian’s Duty Towart Misstons. J. E. McShan, W. L Anderson, J. W. Ramsey. I C. BLANTON, J. W. RAMSEY, W. L ANDERSON, Committee. Bring Northern People Dowr October 20, If you have property for sale o want to entertain friends from thi Mnrtli uri ito flwAtki hf tliic Oi October 20 round trip tickets wil be sold via the Mobile & Ohio li.R to New Orleans, Mobile, Montgom ery aud other Southern points from Chicago aud vicinity at rate of $10.00; from St. Louis, Cain and intermediate points $12 00 Liberal limits aud stop-overs. Fo further particulars, write Jno. M Beall, A.G. P. A., M. & O. R. R St. Louis Business Notice. After the long dull season we find i necessary to ask our friends to remem her us as early this fall as possible. Wi have carried the heaviest list of subscrib era ever on our books before and conse quentlv incurred a much heavier expens than usual, therefore, it becomes necee sar.v for us to ask for help from ou friends a little earlier than lias been ou custom. The amounts due by eacli i Hinall and if paid promptly it will b greatly appreciated. THE TUPELO JOURNAL. Low Rates to the Northwest Mobile & Ohio coupon ticke agents will sell daily to Novembe 30, one way secoud class colonis tickets to Oregon, Washington British Columbia, Idaho aud Mon tana at very low rates. JNO. M. BEALL, A.G.P.A., St. Lonis. Low Rates to St. Louis. Oue fare plus 25 cents Octobe 4th to 8th inclusive, via Mobile i Ohio It. R,, Attractions will b the Annual St. Louis Fair, Veile< Prophet and World’s Fair Ground our allwise Creator to call from labor to refreshment another one of our members, and Whereas: It becomes our sad duty to commemorate his virtures by suitable resolutions, therefore be it Resolved, That in the death of Bro. Gregory Mooresville Lodge has sustained the loss of one of its most valued officers and efficient and active members; his wife a kind and affectionate husband ; his children a kind, loving and indul gent father; his brothers amt sis ters a devoted brother. Brother Gregory was a devoted aud conse crated member of the Baptist church at Ballardsville in which he was a deacon. He has led a conse crated and Christian life from his youth down to the day of his death. Brother Gregory was made a Mason in Mooresville Lodge in the year 1888 and was a devoted, earnest and efficient member and was at the time of his death treasurer of the Lodge which we were all proud of. Resolved second : That we, from the depth of our hearts sympa thize with his doubly strickeu widow and fatherless children, and can but say to them “the Lord giveth and the Lord hath taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord.” Praying to Him who doeth all things well that by and by we shall meet him again in that beau tiful mansion where all is love and parting shall be no more, for we know that all things work together for good to them who love the Lord. Resolved third : That we, the members of Mooresville Lodge No. 218, F. & A. M. wear the usual badge of mourning for a period of thirty days and the secretary for ward a copy of these resolutions to the Tupelo Journal with request to publish same and a copy to the widow of our deceased brother aud a copy to be spread on the minutes of the Lodge. G.L. FRANCIS, F. E. BALLARD, E. E. ESTES, Committee. Notice of Public Works. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of i.ee County will, or and the mammoth buildings under construction. Apply to agents for particulars. LOOK OUT FOR MALARIA. An epidemic of Malaria is sure to fol low the wet season and the high waters which have prevailed all over the South. Malarial and kindred fevers i will develope to an alarming extent. General health conditions will be bad; | every precaution should be taken. The System Meat Especially Be Per* tlfled te Resist Malarial Attacks. A trial of fifty years has demonstrat ed that for this emergency, Dr. Har ter’s Iron Tonic has no equal. Iron is the fighting element in the blood, and the kind of iron supplied by Dr. Har 1 ter’s Iron Tonic is just the kind the system requires to successfully combat malarial conditions. Don’t wait until you are attacked. Take it now and for - tify yourself; it is an absolute safeguard and, at the same time, it is the best tonic and invigorant for the entire sys tem. On the other hand, quinine dis turbs the system and its cumulative | poison begets greater physical troubles than those it is employed to remedy. 1 Where a bad case of chronic Malaria - already exists, take DR. HARTER’S 1 FEVER and AGUE SPECIFIC. It if a guaranteed to cure. Price 60 cents. BUT IF YOU WILL v Take D"* Harter’S [ IRON TONIC 1 You Won’t Have Malartd* Price $1> All dealers handle,' or send to Dr “ Habter Medicine Co., Dayton, Ohio a 7 Houston, Tex., An*. I, UOL . “I have used Dr. Harter’i i Iron Tonic myself and in my * family for over twenty-flye years, end ean heartily recommend It. 1 w«ra M as particularly valuable to ward off m* lanal and other fevers. ..... Mr HATHy - Land and Emigration A*t., Frisco Line * AAR AAA * - >- iL.i iaeSteadal la asaa|eA.\ I1MW mnislit iMUtmwAfeSfWm; Monday the 5lh day of Oct., 1908, at 2 o'clock, p. m., in front of the Court house door, in the City of Tupelo, a ward the contracts to the lowest responsihli bidder or bidders, for building the fol lowing work to be paid for by the coun ty, to-wit: Repairs on levee In Twenty Mile creel bottom on Baldwvu and Marietta road. Foe new leyee in Sand Creek button on Saltillo and Fulton road, j For new bridge across Sand Creek 01 Saltillo and Fult*n road. For new bridge across MudCteek on s Saltillo Hnd Ririninghaiu road 'i The Hoard reserving the right to re s ject any and all bids t N0RB1N JONES, Clerk. This Sept. 16,1908. (9-18 08 3t) $30 TO CALIFORNIA $3( is Mobile aud Ohio R. R. coupo r. agents, Meridiau to St. Louie, in elusive, will sell one way seconi class colonist tickets to Californi [g at above rate daily to Novembe 30, 1903. Proportionately Id ,n rates from Mobile, Montgomer e and other points in Alabama. As 13 agents for particulars. ,s W -m For Drunkenness ar b; Keeleyr^” w B vm «e Corresponded confidential. i I IlfP. thepiren KSTITUTH, t Notice of Examination. There will lie held at the Court Hone in the town of 'i npelo, examination* < Applicant* for limine to tench on th following dates: For white applicant? Sept. 1H and 111. and Oct. 21 and 21 For colored applicants Sept 2.~> and 2i and Oct. 10 and 11. School will opei on Nov 2. F. fl. MITTS, Xupt. F “TAKE KALOLA it ’ Six Days and Eat Anything you Want1 KALOLA, (Crystallized Mineral Water) ■ Positively cures Stomach Troubles Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Kidney With The Churches. F* Presbyterian—Rev. Cbns. N. Van Honteu, pastor, Services every Sunday s at 11 «. m. hnil 7.45 p. m. Sunday , School nt 940. Prayer meeting everv Wednesday evening 8.00. Traveling men specially welcome. Baptist—Rev. R. A. Kimbrough, pas 1 tor. Services every Sunday at 11, a. m. and 7.45 p. m. Sunday School at 9:30. , Prayer meeting every Thursday evening 8:00. All invited. Methodist—Rev. J. A. Bowen, pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a. m, at d 7:45 p. in. Sunday School at 9;.' 0. Prayer meeting every Wednesday evi u ing at 8:00. All invited. Cumberland Presbyterian—Itev. J. 1). Hunter, pastor. Services, First anil , Third Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7.45 p. m. Sunday School at 10. Prayer meet ing every Wednesday evening at 8:00. All invited. Christian—N.B Hardeman, Lnuncelot Had a way, Ministers. Services every second and fourtli Lord’s day. at 11. a. m., and 3:30 p. m. Bible School every Sunday at 9:30. Masonic. SYMBOLIC. Stated Communicat i o n s—T u p e I o Lodge No. 318. First Friday night in Liver and Bladder Troubles. i Price 50c. and $1.00. I For Bale at Mooney’s Pharmacy Correspondence Solicited anc Samples moiled to any address. KALOL \ COMPANY, Savannah, Ga. I (7-10-1903 Gm.) ROGERS STAINFLOCR FlftlSK Stains and finishes floors at on.) operation. Easily applied and dries over night so it can Leased next morning. ' Flakes Pine Floors Ieoh Like toW. > Whether Painted or not. EQUALLY GOOD FOR HARDWOOD FLOORS! ink ns tor Booklet on Treatment of Floors. each month. CAPITULAR. Stated Convocation—Tupelo Royal Arch Chapter, No, 7. Third Friday night in each month. CRYPTIC. Stilted Assembly—'Tupelo Council, No. 6, Royal and Select Masters. Fourth Friday night in each month. Masonic School of Instructors—Second Friday night in each month. All above stated meetings held in Ma sonic Temple— From pril 1st to Sept 30th, inclu sive at 7.30 p. m. From Oct. 1st. to March 31st, inclu sive at 7.00 p. in. All Masonic visiting brethren or Com panions in good standing, invited and welcomed. A series of Lectures are expected to b» delivered at sundry times hy expert Craftsmen of the Roval Craft. The Knight Templar residents of Tii pelo are expected to observe the several Festivals of that Order, at the prescrib ed times. Knights of Pythias. Tupelo Lodge No. 133, K. of P. meets every Monday evening at 8.00 o’clock, Castle Hull in Masonic Temple. Visitors welcome. S P. CLAYTON, C C. I A. H. DkLAY . K. of R. & S. LUMPKIN BROS. & C(). Dealers in Hardware and Furniture, Coffins, Caskets, ; Sash and Doors, Picture Moulding, Framed ; Pictures, Stoves and Tinware, Glassware. ; and Queensware, China and Cut Glass. - Cuttlery, Guns and Pistols, Matting and Rugs. We will soon have our new quarters • full of good values. We want your busi ; ness and will do our best to please you. r Yours truly, t 1 • Lumpkin Bros. & Co. Under Masonic Temple Tupelo, Miss. Lauderdale Springs, Mississippi’s Great Health Resort, 18 Miles North of Meridian on M. & 0. R. R. Season Opens June 10,1903. 14 Different Kinds of Water. All Diseases of the Bowels, Kidneys, Liver and Stomach Cured. Accommodations first-class. Beautiful Grounds, Spacious Ho* I No mosquitos or other insect pests. Music, Dancing, Games and oth. r Amusements. Mr. Robert S. Walker, au experienced hotel man. will be in charge of the culiuary department. DR. 1. II. RIDER, M. D., D. O., Resident Physician. For terms etc., address, G. A CROOKER, President, Lauderdale, Mis“. 4 ' Well Boring and Pumps. , We have been in the well^busiuess some time and . desire to engage in the sale of Pumps and Cylinders in connection with our busiuess. Our Pumps are on exhi i bition at J. S. dates’ Store on Spring street. | We Respectfully Solicit Your Patronajre. > SPARKS & EAVES, Tupelo, Hiss ^Jg.. £^--2 || ESTABLISHED IN 1870 f| a ~ |S VlC A YT^IR Y^ GEN L Insukance> Reae Estate r/ ^|yJnL V JyJLv JL y Rental and Claim Agency. || I 7asBprBBBa.cs: For the Counties m Mississippi: lift Fix, li\ * bee, Ppeptiss, ifL Xstnado JS Aecid«at, Tippat*, Beptop, lb X15.s-bU.lt3r. 5^4 «Bt. o-is.b. Upiop, Poptotoc, Sil 1 Xx3.SMra.33.ee |(( a pd Ita Waipba,; Represents 26? Tending Fire Iusiirnuce ClompHni«h LocaHolL-ltornin rjtch of theS.'Tprmlt'ountj fowu*. District O a c» TUPELO mss. !'§