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Supplement To Tupelo Journal.
. Teachers Association Program of Lee Countys Teachers Association, to be held in Tupelo Sat urday, March 25. 1905. Lesson in Psychology, by J. N. Fran cis. Lesson in School Management, by John B. Thompson. Lesson in History of Education, by W. R. Hunt. Noon Intermission, from 12 to 1.30. Some reasons why the school term should not be divided, B. T. Schumpert and Miss Norma Wilson. General Subject, School House. Is the lighting, ventelating, and com fortable seating of a school building es sential to successful work? D. E. Mc Carthy and Miss Mattie Stokes. The Educational Value of Beautiful Buildings, Interior Decoration and Ar tistic Grounds—P. G. Wright and Miss Mabel Smith. (cl How Can the Necessary Funds Be Provided Building and Equiping Comfortable School Houses? W. Wi Thompson and Miss Lula Petty. (d) Can a Teacher, Without the Aid of Public Funds, Make a School House j Beautifui by Interior Decorations and Grounds? A. T. Siddall and Miss Nola Stone (e) General Discussion of School Houses and Grounds by any who are present. 7 Circulating Libraries for the Rural Schools J. S. Price and S. G. Tate. J. S. VANDIVER. Pres. J. N. FRANCIS, Supt. Old eyfh made young by Hough, the Jeweler an 1 O. 'icinp Fine gen repairing. Sewing Machine and In e ch* reparing by CoMrell at T .1 Joiirdanw Nim Smith on Trial. The trial of Nim Smith, bailiff from Union county, for the killing of Jesse Bethay in trying to effect the latter’s arrest on a warrant from a justice of the peace of Union county, is on trial before Esquires Means and Young of the second district. Bethay, who was a lad of 17 years and lived with his parents on the Lee county side, was charged with burglary and larceny com mitted in Union county. Smith, the bailiff, armed with a warrant attempt ed to arrest Bethay, who was shot and killed. As we go to press the commit ting trial of Smith is in progress. New Spring Cotton Checks Just received 2500 yards of high grade Checks and Plaids in all the newest and most desirable colorings— a regular 7c quality that we offer at, per vard 5c SURPRISE STORE j 1_— - ■ t BEFORE LETTING ! your contract for | 1/ Building Ymir Bath Room ,VUI Repair Work Let us ffgure with you Will give ycu reasonable prices and guarantee satisfaction Q. W. KING & CO Carpenters & Contractors L Box 265. TOPP’S CUT PRICE STORE Drastic Cut In CLOTHING 25 per cent. less than cost 75 SUITS CLOTHES Men’s and Bovs’ broken lots on sale next Saturday, iMarch 4, at 25 per cent. less than cost ^ & (live You the Cost Mark - -Make Your Own Price *r 4 vtf | About Prescriptions § 't> vie /»> ,j/ ik rOME people flunk that if a Doctor writes a prescrip ion e»> i" \ on John Smith’s prescription blank that it should be A. ^ taken to Smith’s store to he fiiied Such is not neees sarilv so When you have h Doctor write a prescription W fa for von and von pay the Doctor then that prescription be- \f/ fa orues y.pin individual property and y u may take it t , any y$/ iji dmtr store you choose to Ire filled, Even if die Doc»er feils ujy A\ you to ^o to Smith’s store you don’t have to unless it is }n your preference. Take your prescriptions where you be .»? lieve that they will be properly fi Dd We have the pie- w fa scrtpiion di uprs and chemicals and c e want \ our business. w /|\ W e don’t say that the oiloi- haven't not them hut we do \jjif fa SH.V that w-‘ have and we propose payino special cafe an d \f/ Ay attennou to the PrescrioMou Department ^ fa \t/ ISt. Clair-Wylie Drug Co. I ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ S '*’■ -*>- AT ——————————————————HJ—M——I i mil —MM—IMM— M THE BUSINESS MAN >f to-day rt-abzes the absolute n * iessity of ba -nig « batik account ivitii a thoroughly teputable BANK. At this Bank von will find that all • in custom-rs are treated wiMil joirtesy an.I consideration. In' u my ways ><iii will finn it to your wivantuge to Inti 1; here. Intere-t on time deposits First National Bank> 1 11peln. M 'ssisKippi. Water Onk Stock Farm Red Poked Cattle, Berkshire Hogs and 5. C. Brown Leghorns. Registered: ierkshires ready for service; will have iigs all the time, but not size mention- j id above only for 30 days. Choice Eggs : or hatching, from pnre S. C. Brown j ^eghorns. Geer’s strain lay more eggs | han any breed of chickens. At $1.00 •or settting of 15 the balance of the ear. S. B. McCord, Prop., R. R. No. 1. Verona, Miss. )pcra House Two Nights Commencing Tuesday, March 14th The DePew-Burdette Stock Company Presenting the big scenic production A Fight For a Fortune. j Big Vaudeville Acts. k ' All Speciall scenery and Costumes J PRICES 25, 35, 50. Notice to the Public. We have moved our erjtire stock ot MILLINERY, NOTIONS a»d FANCY uOODS to the Littleton Store, opposite. In addition to this stock ive have just received a shipment of Spring Goods from New York, making one of the finest ; displays of MILLINERY, NOTIONS AND FANCY GOOD * ever seen in North Mississippi All j j we ask is a critical inspection. Green Millinery Company. ™ ■—*--— ^