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| ^ Mortal auft JImional ^ | \ W»RWWMWWMWVMWVWmWAV^/*MUMmVMVM\¥.»WM^W.WAWM*.V ^ Mrs. Gray of Memphis is visiting her daughter Mrs. Mason. Miss Hinds of Guntown is the guest of her brother here this week. Mrs. Gravley of Amory is the guest of the family of Mr. T. J Jourdan. Mr. Seaman Moore of Richmond was in town on business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gandy of Plantersville were visitors to Tupelo Wednesday. M r and Mrs Robert Clark and children J spent Saturday and Sunday in Verona. Mrs J T Garrett and children of Ver ona spent Tuesday with Tupelo friends. Miss Kate Keys has returned from a short-stay with relatives in West Point. Mrs Robertson, of Birmingham, Miss, is visiting her sister Mrs G S Hender son. Mi's George Thompson amd Miss Mary McAllister have returned from St Louis. F. C. McGaughey has returned from market where he bought a fine line of dry goods. Messers E. «F. and Frank Payne of the 2nd district were down on business yesterday. Mr. John Davis of Sherman has been the guest of J. W. Bell and family this week. Miss Mattie Edwards of Plantersville has been the guest of friends in the city this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Keyes of West Point are the guests of Capt. and Mrs. W. H. Keyes. Mr. Bennet Leslie, one of Richmond’s most respected citizens, was in town on business yesterday. W. L. Parker ihe cleyer bailiff of the first district and Dunbar Woods were down on business Monday'. Mrs R H Mullen and Miss Nelle Mc Lean left Tuesday for a visit to their sister in Indian Territory. Mrs Smith has come from Jackson, Tenn,. to spend several months with Mr and Mrs R F Robertson. Tom Harris of the Richmond section and one of the county’s best citizens was in town Wednesday. Mi's. A E Sivley leaves today for Chicago to make her spring purchases, she will be gone about two weeks. Frisbie Barrett of Saltillo passed through Tupelo Monday en route to Northern Arkansaw for a stay of a week. We are glad to report that Mrs. A. H. DeLav who has been and is still quite ill, is somewhat better than at the first of the week. The many friends of C. B. Kirkpat rick were much pleased to see him in town Monday and hope that he may continue to improve. C. L. Deaton, one of the Journal’s appreciated subscribers from Planters ville. took occasion while here Wednes day to hand us a year’s subscription Swiss Thomas has just returned from St. Louis where he made extensive purchases of spring goods for the Thomas Mercantile Co., at Planters ville. Mr F L Spight has returned from the Eastern markets where he made ex tensive purchases in latest styles of Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, etc. for his firm; Spight and Hall, for the spring trade. J, S. Howerton, one of the proprie tors of the Howerton Orchard Co., of Guntown was down Monday. Mr. How. erton says that the orchard will begin the shipment of trees for spring deliv ery next week. Services at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening by the pastor, Rev. A, O. Price. Subject for morning service “The One Purpose;” evening service “The Parable of the Great Supper.” Miss Pauline Stocks of Baldwyn has been with her aunt, Mrs A E Sivley since Feb 1st and will remain during the spring season and assist in the Millinery department, glad to have this charming young lady in our city. Col. Clayton has promised to hand us for publication a series of articles, five in number, entitled “The Two Broth ers United. ” Col. Clayton is alwas en tertaining and the articles will prove quite interesting to the readers of the Journal. Dr. M. B. Rhodes^of Kirkville was in Tupelo Monday on his way to Mem phis where he is prosecuting his pro J*occinno 1 f-tnrlJor< TV/fy-vIr. 1T„-. pital Medical College. Dr. Rhodes will complete his course in medicine at this session. Miss Ethel Topp's Mends are sorry that she has been compelled on account of sickness to rest from her studies for a while. _ She has come home from Bristol, Va., where she has been at college and we hope she will soon be entirely well. We are authorized to announce the name of Mr. Fra.nk .T. Moore as a can didate for bailiff of the fourth district. Mr. Moore is a young man of good character, morals and habits and would make the distri ct a faithful and efficient officer if the pi jople of his district see proper to honor him with the office. The clearing sale put on by the Tu pelo Mercantile Company has attracted many buyers and the business has been fully up to the expectations of the managers. The large house was first arranged to make one of the most attractive displays ever made here and the goods haye gone right along, Mr. M. M. Miller of Shannon has ac- j cepted the position of assistant cashier ' at the Farmers Bank & Trust Co., and 1 will prove a popular addition to the 1 force of this growing institution. Mr. 1 Miller is a good accountant, a splendid ‘ and courteous young man and we are : pleased to have him become^ a citizen 1 of Tupelo, '• Master Leonard Godsey entertained ’ his little friends at a birthday party Monday afternoon from 3 to 5, and the occasion was a most delightful one to the little fellows who entered heartily into all the amusements arranged for their pleasure. Leonard was the re- < cipient of many presents from his little friends and the day will always be pleasantly remembered by all. At the home of tfye bride in Sheaman ! on the 12th inst. Mr. W. L. Mears and Mrs. Mollie Hill wrere united in mar ^ riage, Rev. Gullett performing the 1 ceremony in the presence of a few ® friends of the contracting parties. The bride is an accomplished and lovely S lady while the groom is one of ths most substantial and popular dftizens „ of Lee county. The Journal extends Lest wishes to the.uewly married couple, j Emmett Herring of Belden was a pleasant caller to this office yesterday and left with us substantial evidence of his appreciation of the Journal. Key. A. 0. Price, and his wile, have arrived from Sheffield, Ala., and ere now at home at the Presbyterian manse Mr Price accepted the pastorate of the Presbyterian church here and began his work Sunday morning by delivering an able, interesting and instructive ser mon. He took for his theme “The Ends and Purpose of Life” and handled the subject to the pleasure and instruc tion of those who were fortunate enough to hear him. Although a young* man Mr Price has attained a high place in his church and the Tupelo congrega tion is to be congratulated upon secur ing him as their pastor. We extend to him and his wife a hearty welcome to our little citv. . At the morning; services at the Pres byterian church Sunday morning Rev. J. T. Cunningham made a few appro priate remarks in taking leave of the congregation to whom he had preached during the interval of securing a pastor. He stated that he had enjoyed the work and had been spiritually benefited by his association with its members and hoped that their intercourse had been the means [of mutual good. On the part of the congregation Col. Clayton expressed the pleasure of the congre gation in having Mr. Cunningham serve them and assured him that the entire church had been greatly benefited by the sermons and work of Mr. Cunning ham. VERONA The Verona Music Club was charm ingly entertained by little Miss Theo Seawright on Thursday Feb. 28th. The meeting was well attended and those on the program carried out their parts j well, which made the afternoon pass i very pleasantly and quickly. The de corations were jonquils which always remind one that spring is fast approach ing and we hail those sweet flowers with delight. Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Nora Fitzgerald, Misses Sallie Carson. Emmie Sisk, and little Erin Taylor were guests ot' the club. Mrs Seawright and her sweet little daughter make charming hostesses and the club always gladly accepts an invitation to meet with them. Miss | Myrtle Coleman was hostess of the j Twentieth Century Club Saturday, Mar. j 2nd. The program was a continuation j of the lives of French Artists. The club had been studying a very interest ing round table talk on Austro-Hungar- j ian History was conducted by Mrs. W. j C. Spencer. An instrumental piano; solo by Ninna Spencer added very much j to the program. Dainty refreshments were served after which a “social chat” I of about fifteen minutes was indulged J in and enjoyed* bv all. Mrs. Nora Fitz gerald and Mrs T M Milam were <*uests ' of the club. Miss Coleman who is charming at all times is seen at her; best as hostess.—The many friends of ] Mr. Bailey T. Schumpert will be glad to know* that he is having a most sue-; cessful year’s work at New Albany. He ; has just closed a three year’s contract1 there for the sum of $14.00 a year. Ye Auld Folks Meetynge at Verona j Ye knights and Ladies, Lads and Lassies, one and all, ye are besought.en j to attend a meetynge at ye skule house ! house to be given by folks of Aukl Lang Syne and ye will he madye gl id j by bath music and rhyme. Assemble \ ye upon ye hour of eight, ye fifteenth day of ye month of March, 1907. Lads and Lasses bring one dime each, so the door may be open unto you, Knights j and ladyes must bring two. Program 5th Sunday Meeting of West Judson Association, to be held with Endville church, March 29. 39, 31, 1907. FRIDAY. 11 a. m Sermon - - J. H. Jenkins. 2 p. m. Temperance - - - S V Gullett 3 p. in. Duties of Deacons G E Darling Night. Sermon - - - - W F Davis SATURDAY. 9 a. in.—Missions. State Missions—E L Wages, L A Bell Home Missions—J ,J Pannel.E C Shirley Foreign .Missions—J P Randolph 11 a. m. Sermon - - - J A Landers 2 p. in. Duties of Church Memberr Everybody 3 p. m. Question Bex. SUNDAY.. 10 a.m. Sunday Schools - H A Stokes 11 a. m. Sermon—New Testament Au thority for Missions it A Kimbrough Com. -j F. A. Kimbrough. / J. A. Landers. .-. #► .... K. of P. The members of Tupelo Lodge 133 K of P who were not present at the meeting Monday night have cause for regret as it was by far the most enjoy able £ meeting had for many months. The ollowing members of Eva Clair Lodge No. 5 ce me up from Okolona to witness the conferring of the second iegree on G. M. Crane and the third on V C. Biagi and L A Reese: RR Hunt tington, W H Nix, GL Robertson. J. T. Stanford, O. W. Nestlins, Geo Parchman, L R Johnson, W R Davis, W G Halbon and VV H St. John, Yazoo Jity No. 23. Next Monday night the *ank of Page will be conferred on Mr Ft C Wagner and the rank of Knight on Messrs Trapp and Crane All visiting members in good standing are cordially nvited to meet with us. A Card I desire to say to the many friends vho solicited me to enter the race for lailiff of the fourth district that I have ieen advised that my residence in the listrict was not long enough to entitle ne to hold the office if I had been elect :d. For this reason I am not a candi late. 1 feel very grateful to all who lolicited me to run and to those who iromised me their votes and support I im truly thankful and want to assure ill that I shall never forget their good vishes in the. matter. Sincerely yours, WillM. Smith Non Resident Notice Rate of Mississippi. To any relative of Victoria Smith, defendant. You are commanded to appear before he chancerj court of the couAty of .lee. in said state, on the third Monday f March A. D, 1907 to show cause f any they can why said \ ictoria Smith hould not be adoateu by W. F. and Irs. Annie Matheny and ner name hanged from Victoria Smith to Annie 'ictoria Matheny. wherein you are a efendant. ’his 19th day of lebruiry, A. D. 1907. G. W. Long, < Jerk. llTCHELL & Clayton, Sol. Petitioners . Resolutions of Respect Death has again come int9 our midst and stricken with his insatiable arrow our beloved Pro. J. T. H. Ramage who on the 3rd day of March passed out through the Fast Gate into the land where there is no night, to the beauti ful city beyond the River where the House of many Mansions be. In his ddath the Masonic Lodge has lost one of its oldest and most respected mem bers, the community a good citizen, and his family an affectiouate husband and a kind and indulgent father. We extend our most tender sympa thy to the grief stricken family and recommend that these resolutions De spread on the minutes of the lodge and that a cony be sent the Tupelo .Journal for publication and the family of de ceased brother. W G Francis, J A WlYGAL, G L Francis, Committee Buff Rock Eggs For Sale For immediate delivery from this date on Buff Rock Eggs for sale at $1.00 per setting of 13 eggs. The most improved strain of Buff Rocks on the market in my flock. Lovers of fine chickens can find no purer or better breed anywhere. Address N. F. Barrett, Saltillo, Miss. -It -- «r Wanted Lady or gentleman of fair education to travel and collect for firm of $250, 000.00 capital. Salary, $1,072.00 per year and expenses. Salary paid week ly and expenses advanced, references required. Address with stamp J, A. Alexander, Tupelo, Miss. Notice Veterans Any veteran who secured a cross of honor from the Baldwyn Chapter U. D. C. and having lost the same can secure another by applying to Mrs Lula Cullens Stocks, Baldwyn, Miss ----■ We have a full line of Garden Seed in bulk, also Flower Seed. Have just received a full line of Diamond Brand Coffee, which will be sold at reduced prices. Philips & Jackson. For Sale—For next ten days five room cottage on Madison st. at a bargain, be quitL G Boggan. Buy your stock food from C, A, Myall he keeps the best. To Rent i My place four and \ miles east of j Tupelo. 50 acres of good land in culti-1 va.iOn, go. d pasture all wired, extra I good new lour room house, finished in ; good shape, fine well of water, fine garden, good orchard, pleasant location j to live. This land will make from 1,000 . pounds to one hale of cotton per acre i without fertiliser. I have stock and j farming emploments sufficient to work ! said land, would let right party have then:. App'y to J. C. VAUGHN, Gilyo, Miss. For Rent One resid uice on Green street, seven room , two hails, sewerage and water. Apply to Mrs. W. S. Thompson. -e 1'. '.ver Seeds. St. Clair Drug Co ! Electric Light Globes St. Clair Drug Company. The best Match and a dray load of them for 10c. St. Clair Drug Co. The Presbyterian manse has been overhauled and repainted, and is now one of the nicest in the state, San Felice a gentleman’s smoke for 5c. St. Clair Drug Company. See Skipper and Lawarson’s compari son of prices with “Mail Order Houses” They say they can make n good profit j at these prices. Eight cakes good Toilet Soap 25c. j St. Clair Drug Company. Lost One black mare with white1 spot in face, about 10th years old Re ward if returned to EC. Sharp, Eoone ville, Miss. 2t Liquid Veneer makes old furniture look new. 25 and 50c bottle. St. Clair Drug Company. Wanted—Six young ladies to assist in dress making department at Tupelo Mercantile Co. Apply to Miss Lena Stevenson. Only six out of more than one Hun dred fire insurance companies paid dol lar for dollar without discount for their San Francisco losses. These companies are represented only by Savery’s In surance Agency. (tf) F M. Savery. Free to Subscribers The Twice A Week Republic of St. Louis, Missouri,' is giving away a beautifully framed picture, size 5Jx7J inches, to everyone sending one dollar for a yiari subscription to their great semiweetcly paper and Farm Progress, a monthly agricultural paper published by the Republic. This offer is open to both new and old subscribers. If you are t king the paper at present, send in your dollar and have your time marked u;> for one year and get one of these beautiful pictures without any extra co t. The pictures are genuine works of art, done in nine colors. Two of them are heads of beautiful girls. One wears a black picture hat and has two roses pinned to her pink bodice. If this one is desired, order No. 10, The Spring Girl, No. 11, or The Summer Girl, wears a light brown picture hat, trimmed with light green. She also wears a white and green waist, with a bunch of very pretty flowers at her breast. The remaining picture, or No. 12, is a three quarter length picture representing The Winter Girl, with a long coat, boa around her neck and a muff. The frames are made of rounded metal and are all black. To tell them from real ebony it would be necessary to take them from the wall for exami nation. The pictures and frames are neat and pretty enough to grace the walls of a millionaire’s home. There, is nothing cheap or shoddy looking about them. They can not he dupli cated in the retail stores for less than fifty cents. The best recommendation that we can give them is to say that if you are not thorougly satisfied with your picture they will refund ihe mon ey for ypur subscription and pay the postage for returning the picture to them. If you are already a subscriber to the iwice A Week Republic, or if you want only the agricultural monthly, Farm Progress, send a silyer dime for one years subscription to this big six teen page farm and home paper. The Twice A Week Republic is the oldest and best semiweekly family paper in the country, and Farm Progress is the fastest growing farm monthly in As erica. Remember that you get both these splendid publications for a year and one of these handsomely framed pictures, all for only one dollar. Remit by post office or express mon ey order, registered letter or bank draft. Do not send personal checks. Write name and address plainly. Ad dress all orders to the St. Louis Re public, St Louis, Missouri. For Sale—Lots and blocks for build ing or investment. L G Boggan. - -- For Sale—Farms to suit purchasers as ;o size and payments, well improved clo.-.e in for school and church. L. G. Boggan. Strayed from my home near Rich mond, one mouse colored mare mule, weight about 800 pounds, saddle gall on back, low, heavy set. Liberal reward for information leading to her recevery H. B. Leslie, Climb. Phone 42 Planters ville route 2. George H. Hill, Jr., Attorney-at-Law', will practice in all the courts of the state and the Federal Courts. Office upstairs overR. N.Stone’s on Spring street. W. H CLIFTON, V/. A BLAIR, Aberdeen, Tupelo. Clifton & Blair Attorn ey s-at- Law, Office on Main Street. Will practice in all courts, both State and Federal. Geo. T. Mitchell. Claude Clayton Mitchell & Clayton. Attorneys at Law. Will practice in all State and Federal Courts. Collections will receive prompt attention Guy W. Mitchell ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over Peoples Bank and Trust Co. Cumberland Phone 231. I II ..■J.S"..'.!—I—— _5 i Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Authorized Capital Stock $100,000.00. TUPELO, MISS. i Officers Bonded. Insured Against Burglars. j 4 Per cent Interest compounded Ouarter= ly on Savings Accounts. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. - .. . . . . . - -- Whitten Duncan, Pres. Asa W. Allen, 1st Vice-President. R. B. McNiel, 2nd Vice-Pres. D. E. Turner, Cashier, j L. T. Wesson, Mgr. Saltillo Branch. * 1 i Farmers Bank and Trust Co. uDelo Mercantile Co1 ■—1 , ■ ANNOUNCE I I That owing to bad weather preventing many country people from getting to town we will continue our Bargain Sale ONE flORE WEEK. Remember our Big Cuts in Clothing Department especially. All Agricultural Implements go at the same Reduced Prices. SPECIAL. SPECIAL. New Grvund Plows - - - $5.00 AA n , <tirr,n $65.00 Buggies at - - - - $45.00 an<t-Stee!?ltWS 90e Wagons ' ' $28.00 to $43.00 Trunks at Car Load Cost. ' Corn and Cotton Planters - - $8.00 Bring Your families and Get these Rare Bargains. ! [TUPELO MERCANTILE CO. ft v?/ 4s vf/ /l> W $ $ /fe V/ /fe • /!> $ ft & | TIME IS MONEY, jf | LABOR IS HIGH. f ft w Labor saving Implements save time and make money, and convert the $ ft drudgery of farm labor into a pleasant and profitable occupation. sjfy ft B. F. AVERY & SON’S have the biggest and best equipped Plow Factory (1/ ft i l the world. Their plows and implements have a world wide reputation. \f/ T They guarantee their NEW ORIOLE black land plows for turning stiff T wax lands to have no Superiors. Their Steel Beam Middle Bursters, 7 blade T Stalk Cutters and LUCKY JIM Cultivators are the very best that skill, money x JJ and good material can make. We have the largest and most complete line of JK ^ their goods ever brought .to Tupelo. ^ $ We also sell the only Genuine Campbell Combination Cotton and Corn n Planter, and our line of Wagons and Buggies will please anybody. Remem §ber our motto: “Anytning We Have for Anything You Have.” If you have surplus stock or farm produce, we take it the same as money. Don’t tell your wife you can’t get a new buggy- > [AsaW. Allen Co. V* X’X'X’X'X’X' BEAUTIFUL EASTER LINES ARRIVING DAILY. I Already our Store has put on an air of Spring and you can find here some very desirable selections in White Goods, Laces, Embroid eries, White and Colored Linen, Curtain Swisses, Ladies' Muslin i 1 Underwear, White Shirt Waists, Hosiery, Two Hundred Styles of Ginghams, Wool Dress Goods and Silks. y * For the benefit of those who cannot call we will cheerful ly submit samples. Choich merchandise in all lines will be scarce this season and we urge our friends to make early purchases. SPIGHT & HALL, Shelby Topp's old Stand. jl ' , V .