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BALLARD’S REMNANT SALE.
Begins Saturday 21, and Runs Two Weeks To clean up every Remnant in the house all measured and marked in Plain Figures. With the large stock we carry we can’t help but accumulate quantities of remnants of all kinds of goods. These remnants consist of pure linens, imitation linens, India lawns, fancy lawns, white goods, cheviots, ginghams, embroideries, laces, ribbons, which will be sold at about one-half the regular prices. Along with these we have lots of other Bargains which we are going to clear out. - ■" .'■■■■ ' "" ... 1 " -- DOMESTIC. 2.000 yards 31 inch Brown Domestic - 5c 3,600 yards extra heavy 36 in Brown Domestic, a very smooth finish, a 7£c. goods at 6c 1.000 yards 36 in Bleached Domestic, worth 8c at 6c 500 yards 36 in extra grade 10c Blchd Dom at 8c CALICO. | 500 yards regular 5c. Calico at - 3£c 1,000 yards blue and white Calico 6c goods at 4£c 1,000 yards silver grays and black and white at 4Jc MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. Ladies’ ready made Under Skirts, made full, em broidery trimmed at - - - 50c 3 doz. ladies’ Muslin Drawers, well made, lace trimmed, regular 50 & 60c garments to close 39c KNEE PANTS. 10 doz Knee Pants, light weight, sizes 4 to 12 a 50c. pants, to close at 25c. LADIES HATS. J I; ■» In order to clear out our store with spring millinery, we will sell all ladies hats at half regular prices. MEN’S PANTS. 600 pairs Men’s Pants, assorted kinds, high grade to close out. $4.00 all wool pants ... $2.50 3.00 all wool pants - - 2.00 2.00 all wool pants - - 1.25 to 1.50 1.'60 all wool pants - ^ - - 1.00 OXFORDS. We received a shipment of Oxfords too late for early trade. We ex Dec t to clean these up at prices that will move them. Patent leather, French heel, latest lasts, a $3.50 Oxford for - - $2.50 Same in Cuban heel at 2.50 20 pairs manish last, flexible sole, very best grade patent leather, worth $4.00 at 2.75 NAPKINS. 20 dozen bleached Napkins, made from Indian head, each - - : 2c 20 doz 20x20 Union linen napkins $1 value at doz 75c 5 dot pure linen Napkins, regular $1.50 value $1.00 10 doz pure linen Napkins mercerized a regular $1.50 value at 1.20 UNDER VESTS 20 dozen ladies bleached Under Vests to elose at 5c 10 dozen ladies bleached Unber Vests better grade 8c COUNTERPANES. 15 medium weight large oize counterpanes, regu lar 75c. kind, to close ... 58c 15 counterpanes, larger and heavier, regular 1.00 grape at - - - 88c 15 counterpanes, still heavier and larger, regu lar price $1.25 to close at - - 95c HAND BAGS. 3 doz. assorted kinds hand bags, a 35c. bag at 23c 1 doz pure leather hand bags, a $1 25 bag at 75c MOSQUITO BARS. Ready made Bars adjustable iron frames to hang above bed, the best made $1.25 to 1.75 STAPLE GINGHAM. 3000 yards apron check Gingham, a regular 5c. goods at 3£c. 2000 yds fancy Gingham for children’s dresses, a 7c goods to close at . 5c HOSIERY. I 20 doz ladies black hose, extra value for 10,-. for two weeks - - . yc pajr ■ 20 doz men’s black sox, a bargain at 10c. for two sf weeks ■ - - . pair 11 20 doz Misses fine weave black hose, a regular 20c. hose to close at I2ie pair All sizes. These are rare values. MEN’S OXFORDS 20 prs men’s Tan, low cut shoes, a $3 to close at 2.00 18 prs men’s patent leather low cut shoes were 3.75 to close at - - 2.50 WINDOW SHADES. 2 doz 7 foot green Window Shades 35c grades at 28c 2 doz 6 foot green Window Shades at 23c 40 pure linen Lap Robes, come in large plaids, never sold under 75c. at 63c. MEN’S UNDERWEAR. 15 doz. Elastic Seam Drawers, price everywhere 50c. to close at - - . 37c. 6 doz. knit drawers, a regular 40c. garment 25c. I We can’t mention everything we want to clean up. Come examine the Bargains. THESE PRICES ARE FOR CASH. Ballard^Dry Goods Co., Tupelo, Miss. The most economical to buy because they are better g made and fit more perfectly than other suits sold at 1 Popular Prices. | NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THE LABEL ON THE COLLAR. -FOR SALE BY- f. The Tupelo Mercantile Co. TUPELO MISS. ~js~ afetafeasiggBiaBBBamaa—iaaMe Tupelo Cornice k Roofing Co. | has enlarged its plant and put in a lot of new machin- § fi ery, making it one of the best equipped manufacture 2 J ing plants in the state turning out Valley Ridge Roll, |g « Eave Troughs, 0 G Gutters, etc., 10 ft. lengths. This gg . is the blate to buy anything in the Sheet Metal line. m JjH My prices are better than you can buy elsewhere, as |l lam manufacturer of all these goods S 3 Wholesale and Retail, §jj -;~jjj Telephone No. 47. Broadway, opposite Mercantile Co. I| 1 Tupelo Cornice & Roofing Co. f ••MMtltMNII MMMMM | TO THE TRADE. JJ Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, Whips, Hames ? and all kinds of Strap Goods can be found and | x bought at Godsey’s at reasonable prices. Repair j 2 work a specialty. | SI_M. -J 2 Main Street, Tupelo, Miss. J •MNNmnN NMMIHHI II Petition for Pardon. To His Excellency, Gov. Janies K. Vardaman: Your petitioner, Lamar Riley, would respectfully show unto your excellency that he was indicted at the Februny term 1906 of the Circuit Court of Lee County for burglary and larceny and upon conviction received a sentence of six months in the State penitentiary for such his offense; that the circumstances of the case so appealed to the citizens of the county that an appeal was made in his behalf to have the presiding judge, Col. W. L. Clayton, to impose the least possible punishment that the law provides, which sentence was im posed; that he has served all but about 30 days of the sentence, and during this time has so conducted himself as to win the confidence of the officers in charge of the station to which he was assigned; therefore, he respectfully prays a pardon at your hands, LAMAR RILEY. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. To Mrs Maud B. Thomas, R. L. Thom as and Ldcile Elizabeth Thomas, a minor who resides with her father. R. L. Thomas, all residents of Mem phis, Shelby county, Tennessee, de fendants: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the county of Lee, in said state, on the third Monday of September, A. D., 1906, to plead answer or demur to petition of J. M. Thomas, executor, this day filed, ask ing for construction and interpretation of the wills of Mrs. Mary E. Thomas, deceased, in which petition you and others, are defendants. This 22nd day of June, A. D., 1906. G. W. LONG, Clerk. J. M. [Thomas, Executor, Executioner's Sale. State of Mississippi, County of Lee. M. D. Temple ) vs. - J. G. Marler ' By virtue of an execution in this case, I will offer for sale to the highest bid der for cash at the court house door in the city of Tupelo on Monday, August 6th, 1906, within legal hours, the entire undivided interest of the defendant, J. G. Marler, in and to the following land in Lee county. Miss., to-wit.: All of the S. E 1 of Section 28, Township II, Range 9. East, lying and being situated j on the South side of Chiwappa Creek, ; Lee county, Miss , containing by es.i mation 79 acre; more or less, except the following piec^ or parcel of land, de scribed as foil iws: Commencing in ihe I center of Chiwappa Creek at Kridg -! port and following the old read sou h 220 feet, thence west 300 feet, thence north 150 feet, thence down the cenfe> of said creek to the beginning point, said exception containing one acre more or less. Also 5 acres in the S. E cor ner of the west half of section 21 township 11, Range 6, East. S.'S. YOUNG, Constable Lee County, Miss. July 9th, 1906. bogganT realIstatl With crop prospects the best, why not see Lush Boggan the real estate tnan and buy that home you have so long promised your wile and self, and quit paying rents, lie can aid you in getting a good home as he has a num ber listed. For Sale—Lots Blocks and nice cottages with prices to suit purchaser. Cash and time. For Sale- Just out sid of corporate limits residence and store house, good stand for small stock of goods, with little expence, a bargain —See L. G. Boggan Agt Notice The public will please take notice that Huffman now has a choice lot of high class Perfumery and Toilet articles on hand and will fill all orders at whole sale prices at first cost on each article, we want you to call and examine these goods to your own satisfaction and while here examine < ur dainty photos, II by 14 inches, 12 oy 6 inches and other sizes. Don't fail to call at Huff man’s new gallery. 4 J D Huffman, Proprietor. REGISTRATION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the people of the city of Tupelo that at the July meeting 1906 of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of said city, the undersigned was appointed Registrar for said city; that under the law as it now appears on the statute books of the state, all per sons in order to be entitled to vote in the municipal elections of said city mu3t register four months before the election; that the next regular election for said city will occur on the 2nd Tues day in December, 1906; therefore, in order for a person to be entitled to vote in that election he must have registered in and for the city. I mean on the city books, on or by the 11th day of August 1906, The registration books of the city are now open at the Mayor’s of fice or said city for the purpose of reg istering all persons entitled to same. This is not a new registration, therefore all persons who have heretofore regis tered in the city and have not moved out of the city ward m which they re sided at time of registration, do not have to register again. Please take due notice and act accordingly, else hereafter hold your peace. Tupelo, Miss., July 4th, 1906. R. D. PORTER, City Registrar. \\ vC I New Grocery Store! t E. B. Vandiver and Cc. $ ,jv Have opened i:p an Up-to-ciate Grocery $ ,|V Store on Soul h Main Street, next-door ']) to McGaughy’s dry goo Is store. A full yf/ ^ line of the l est Staple and Fancy ( roctr- SM ies will be kcj t, and a share of the pul:- \!/ ^ lie patronage solicited. Satisfaction /j|( guaranteed in every instai ce . . . . ^ |E. B. Vandi r & Co.} ^ ^‘XX* VX'X‘ VX*X‘ s-x XX’SPPrt v asmwttwm** tmmwtwa BUY GAL_L.OWAV « | Fancy Lump Coal | No Dust, No Dirt. Good Clean Coal. WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. iJTupelo Coal Co. 1 mmiuimmmum