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The Tupelo journal. (Tupelo, Miss.) 1876-1924, January 04, 1907, Image 5

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I And examine our new stock of Dry Good , Shoes, Hats,
Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings before buying your goods at
other stores. Our goods jre ail new and we will make it
profitable to you to buy from us. We have no old stock to
offer at Cost, but e very day is
A BARGAIN DAY
at out store. Examine our goods and be convinced.
I MASON & CO.
I North Spring Street, Tupelo, Miss.
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A BIG SAV: NTG
Can Be Gained by Buying
Your Frniture at our Store
We Have a Large, Complete Stock to Furnish the Home Throughout.
|1 Chiffoniers, Wardrobe, Sideboards, Hall Racks, Bedroom
I Suits, Parlor Suits, Kitchen Sets and hundreds of other
i things you can get here and at prices that no other deal
er outside of a large city cculd afford to make you Why
can we afford to sell you Furniture cheaper than others?
Because we make a specialty of Furniture, buy it in car
lots, thereby getting a reduction, of which our customers
B. T. CLARK, SHELBY T0PP, J. M CLARK.
Pres. V-Pres. Cashier
II BANK OF TUPELO
TUPEOL MISS.
CAPITAL STOCK S100.000.oo.
This bank stands for conservatism and consistent j
liberality. Its facilities for handling carefully and
promptly all matters pertaining to the banking bus
iness of the citizens of the city of Tupelo and of Lee j
and Itawamba counties are unsurpassed.
Bring your deposits to this bank where your mo- j
ney will be absolutely safe, and is subject to check
at any time.
Open a Savings Account with us. Our Savings
nonnrtmpnt is f»r>ndnr»t.ed nlnncr st.riet.lv nn-to-date
I lines. 4 per eent. per annum paid quarterly.
Don’t keep your money at home, where a thief
may get itjdon’t bury it in the ground,where it may
soon be found; don’t carry it on your person,because
you may be killed for it. But bring it to us where
thief or murderer cannot break in and steal it.
You may need money. Leave your money with
us in the rail and winter. Draw it -out in the spring
if y'.u need it. If you need more in the summer
than you have, we will take care of your wants.
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY
WITH THIS BANK. . .
[BANK OF TUPELO 1
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• TO THE TRADE. J
2 Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Blankets, W hips, Hames 2
2 and all kinds of Strap Goods can be found and 2
2 bought at Godsey’s at reasonable prices. Repair 2
2 work a specialty. 2
JL. M. OGDSEY.:
2 . Main Street, Tupelo, Miss. 5
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Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the estate of A.
J. Gary, deceased, to have same pro
bated and registered by the clerk of
the Chancery Court of Lee county,
Mias., within one year from the first
publication of this notice Claims not
so probated and registered will be bar
red. Letters of administration on ssid
estate were this day granted to the un
dersigned by said Court.
This Dec. 31st, 1906.
J. A. GARY,
Admr. of Estate of A. J. Gary.
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Notice to Creditors.
»
Letters of ad mi jistratioK on the es
tate of P„ M. Si ivery, deceased, having
this day been i ssu ad to F. M. Savery,
notice is herein • given to all parties
having claims i gai nst said estates, that
they must havt sai ne probated within
twelve months front this date, or they
wilt be forever bar red by law.
This l3t day of Jrjiuary, 1907.
F.. M. SAVERY, Admr.
Guy Mitchej; , SoIT for Admr.
V . ’ !• 1
Announcements.
We are authorized to announce
the name of Norbin Jones as a
candidate for the office of Chan
cery Clerk of Lee county. Mr.
Jones has served the county in
the same capacity before and his
record is one that any officer
should be proud of. Thoroughly
conversant with the duties of the
office, accommodating and capa
ble, he made the county as good
an officer as any county ever had.
Should Mr. Jones be elected to
the position he would bring to the
office the same faithful service as
he gave in the past.
In this issue we announce the
name of George W. Long for re
election to the office of Chancery
Clerk of Lee county. Mr. Long
served the county one term as
sheriff and made a most credit
able record as sheriff of the coun
ty. Four years ago he was e!e.ted
Chancery Clerk and has made
the county a faithful and efficient
officer. He is an honest, upright
citizen and stands high in the es
timation of his fellow man and
with the business public. He
would appreciate any support
crivpn him.
In our announcement column
will be found the name of Mr.
George Simmons who is a candi
date for supervisor of the fourth
district. Mr. Simmons is one of
the districts most successful
business men and fully capable
of discharging the duties of the
responsible place to which he as
pires. He is a man of intelli
gence, enegetic and worthy and
would give to the district valua
ble and acceptable service if he
is chosen to sit on the board.
He respectfully solicits your sup
port. •_
We are authorized to announce
the name of S. S. Young of the
fifth district as a candidate for
sheriff of Lee county. Mr. Young
has served the fifth district as
constable for eight years and du
ring that time has displayed
splendid ability as an executive
officer. In his position he has
hewn to the line and let the chips
fall where they may, treating all
alike. In performing his duties
he hns been courteous and accom
modating and has won many
friends by the impartial manner
in which he has discharged the
duties of his office. If elected
he would make the county a
most efficient and acceptable
officer.
In the announcement column
of this week’s paper will be found
the name of Mr. Sam R. Smith,
of the first district as a candidate
for sheriff of the county. Mr.
Smith is one of the best known
and most worthy citizens of the
county and is in every way capa
ble of fulifilling the duties of the
position to which he aspires. He
is a quiet man of sober judgment
and would make the county a
most acceptable sheriff if elected.
Mr. Smith solicits your support.
In our announcement column
will be found the name of G. W.
Green who authorizes us to say
he is a candidate for sheriff. Mr.
Green has served the county for
eight years with fidelity and ef
ficiency as tax-assessor and has
made a most acceptable officer.
He is well known to the people
of the county and is an honest,
upright man and citizen. If elec
ted to fill the office of sheriff he
would prove in that position
equally as faithful and efficient
as he has heretofore.
We are requested to announce
the name of Robert L. Shannon
as a candidate for count y treas
I urer for the next term. Mr. Shan
non is well known to the people
of Lee county, having represen
ted them in the state legislature
where he made an enviable rec
ord. He is now serving as jus
tice of the peace in the fifth dis
trict and in every position he
has filled and as a private citi
zen he has proven himself wor
thy of the confidence of the peo
rJo Wo wrmlrl msili-o art npppn
table treasurer if elected.
We are authorized to announce
the name of of Mr. John Stetfens
as a candidate for treasurer of
Lee county. Mr. Stevans is one
of the most respected and honor
able citizens of the county and
a worthy man. He served the
fourth district of the county as
supervisor back in the seventies
and made an honorable record as
an officer. Should he be selec
ted as Lee county’s next treas
urer he would safely guard the
funds of the county and always
give a strict accounting of every
cent that came into his hands.
Mr. John G. Kelly of Plan
tersville authorizes us to an
nounce his name as a candidate
for tax-assessor of Lee county.
Mr. Kelly is one of the county’s
most successful young men and
stands high in every respect. He
made the race for assessor be
fore and made a fine showing,
although he was not elected. He
is honest, capable and energetic
and would make the county a
faithful and accommodating as
sessor if elected. He solicits
vour support.
Mr. R. A. Harris instructs us
to announce his name as a can
didate for tax-assessor of Lee
county. Mr. Harria is well known
to the people of the county and
needs no commendation at our
hands. He has served in the
same capacity before and made a
record of which he is justly
proud. In the discharge of his
duties Mr. Harris rendered the
county faithful service, and if
elected will again discharge his
duties with fidelity to the peo
ple's interests.
We are authorized to announce
the name of Robt. Burt as a can
didate for supervisjr of the
Fourth District of Lee county.
Mr. Burt was a candidate for
supervisor four years ago and
made a most creditable race, al
though he was not successful.
He is an honest man, a good cit
izen and a sound, reliable busi
ness man. If elected he would
make the district a faithful and
efficient officer._
In the announcement column
of the Journal will be found the
name of Mr. A. J. Kennedy who
authorizes us to announce his
name as a candidate for supervi
sor of the Fourth District of the
county. Mr. Kennedy has made
his home in the county for many
years and is well and faforably
known to the people of his dis
fwinf ne tirall qo flio AATHlt.V Hp
is an upright citizen, a practical
business man and would give the
Deople of the district an efficient
and faithful service if elected to
the responsible position to which
he aspires.
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In our announcement column
will be found the name of John
B. Rains who is a candidate for
bailiff of the third district of the
county. Mr. Rains has served
the district as bailiff before, and
also served the county as deputy
sheriff in which positions he gave
entire satisfaction. Mr. Rains
made an active and efficient ex
ecutive officer before and would
bring to the position experience
and efficiency if elected. He
would appreciate any support
given him.
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Robert Gardner was in the
city Saturday and authorized us
to say to the people of the coun
ty that he was in the race for
tax-assessor and would appreci
ate any help given him. Mr.
Gardner is a young man of fine
character and habits and stands
high as a citizen of the county.
He is intelligent, capable and en
ergetic and would make the
county a good assessor if the
people honor him with the office.
We are authorized to announce
the name of Prof. J. N. Francis
as a candidate for re-election to
the office of superintendent of
education of the county. Prof.
Francis has served the county
for four years in this responsible
position with credit to himself
and the county, and has made
for himself an enviable record.
He has made a study of the
needs of the sehools and has met
these needs in every way. He
is full of sympathy with the pa
trons and works to the end of
giving the people good schools
as long as the funds at his com
mand will pay the teachers He
would appreciate a re-election.
We are authorized to announce
the name of G. W. Garner as a
candidate for bailiff of the third
district of Lee county. Mr. Gar
ner served as deputy during the
August term of our court and
his service in that capacity was
entirely efficient and satisfacto
ry. He is a popular, energetic
and reliable young man, and
would make the district a faith
ful and satisfactory officer if he
is chosen by the people. He
would appreciate any support
given him. ____
We announce this week A. M.
Rogers as a candidate for bailiff
for the fourth supervisor’s dis
trict of Lee county. Mr. Rogers
stands for re-election, having
served the people of the district
the last three years. In dis
charging the responsible duties
of his office Mr. Rogers has done
so in such a manner as to win
friends among ail classes. He
has proven himself to be a fear
less and faithful officer and has
made the people of the district a
most acceptable and faithful bai
liff. Should he again be elected
he will continue to discharge his
duties with fidelity.
In our announcement column
will be found the name of Oscar
Trapp who instructs us to an
nounce him as a candidate for
sheriff of the county. Mr.
Trapp was elected four years
ago as bailiff of the third dis
trict and in the discharge of his
duties has displayed such execu
tive ability as to give entire satis
faction to the people who elected
him. He is a young man of
sterling worth, good habits, hon
est, worthy and capable. If
elected he would make the county
a good officer, He respectfully
solicits your support.
We are requested by Mr. D.
R. Johnson to say to the people
of the county that he is a candi
date for county treasurer. Mr.
Johnson served the county four
years as treasurer and while
acting in that capacity he made
a most enviable record. In all
his settlements he was found
correct and his books were kept
neatly and accurately. He is a
young man of splendid character
and is well known to the people as
a capable and worthy aspirant
for the office to which he aspires.
We are authorized to announce
the name of Charles L. West as
a candidate for the office of
Chancery Clerk of Lee county.
Four years ago Mr. West made
the race and polled a vote that
was both complimentary and
gratifying to both himself and
the friends who supported him.
Mr. West is a practical business
man, a good accountant, honest,
energetic and capable and would
make the county a first class
clerk if elected. He solicits the
support of everybody.
A Card
Through this means I desire to
say to the people of the county
that I am a candidate for re
election to the office of Circuit
Court Clerk of Lee county. I
desire to say that words fail to
express my appreciation of the
support and favors shown me
ana I shall always be grateful to
the people. My manner of con
ducting the office is a matter of
record with which the people are
familiar and if that record is such
as to commend me to them for
their support in this election I
shall feel highly honored and
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and votes.
F. L. Kincanno n.
Hon. L. T. Taylor
Yeilding to the solicitation of
his friends Hon. Leroy T. Tay
lor has consented to make the
race for trustee of the state peni
tentiary. Mr. Taylor has so long
resided in the county and is so
well and favorably known to the
people of northeast Mississippi
that he needs no commendation at
our hands. Mr. Taylor served
this senatorial district, composed
of Lee, Itawamba and Monroe
counties, in tee State senate four
years ago and as a legislator he
studiously and faithfully guared
the people’s interest. Being a
practical farmer and a thorough
business man no better selection
could be made for the new posi
tion. The duties of trustees un
der the law changing the system
of working the state convicts is
similar to those of the former
board of control and under the
direction of the superintendent
and three trustees the fconvicts
will in future be managed. Mr. j
Taylor is a candidate from the
northern district in which he re
sides. He enters ihe race with
every prospect of success. j
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RICH LAND
Is not necessary for
BIG CROPS
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Guano
is used made by
TENNESSEE VALLEY FER
TILIZER CO.
FLORENCE, ALABAMA.
“All Hands after Star”
and all mouths open to this best chew of ail chews—
for fortv years the same highest quality—he same
price— rhe same full-weight ib 02. plugs—the same
| standard chew.
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PLUG chews:?? TOE.'. w T 0
“Star” is easily the most economical chew be
cause it lasts much longer—gives more good ciicwing
to the plug, than any other chew made. “3tar” is
rich, waxy and sweet—and that’s the kind yon like
For forty years “Star” has been the standard
chew—the highest quality—the most economical—the
most satisfying.
/jo,000,000 zoc. pieces sold annually.
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In All Stores
S. T. HARKEY, Pres. F. JOHNSON,Cashier.
J. Q. ROBINS. Vice-Pres. . W. T. LANEY, Ass’t Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANE
Director.! | fijf TUP©lO,
8 J. q!Robin*, 1 Transacts a General Banking Business
R. S. Thomas, *
JrHjohn“i., g capital, - $50,000
W. W. Trice. # Surplus, - 30,000
J. D. Bryan. *
| We Pav Interest on Time Deposits.
TUPELO, ^CISS
JoUeetions given Prompt Attention and Quick Returns. We want yonr Busins
Injured Against Burglars
Regular meeting of Board of Directors 1st Friday after 1st Monday
in each month.

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