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I More RAIN!
■ ' ^^^^^^——^MMlM^m | Bnt dry weather is just ahead, and the farmers will need to work fast in order to catch up with their work. Our Section Harrows, Top Har* I rows and CULTIVATORS will put you to the front. See prices below: I Agricultural Implements. 1 Cultivators - - - $18.00 Section Harrows - 10.00 I Top “ - - 3.00 | Cotton Planters - - 7.50 SUPREME FLOUR. * “BEST ON EARTH.” Try it. Per barrel - $4.50 I / * Our Specials Saturday. 20 Pounds Granulated Sag :r * - * - $1.00 * (Only $1.00 to a customer.) Laundry Soap, 5c size, at - = = = = = = 4c '•V n»c-g^ , ■■ i——^WIM—** ELEGANT FLOUR. The Highest Grade Made— no exception. Try a barrel and be convinced. Dry Goods, etc. Our Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Gents’. Furnishing Department are replete with bright, new goods. This | department embraces every- ' thing that is up to date. v 8 I REMEMBER. We sell on credit to those who want goods on time. Come to see us. We will appreciate your trade and guarantee to give , sa isfaction on every purchase. Farmers Bank & Trust Co., Authorized Capital Stock $100,000.00. TUPELO, MISS. Officers Bonded. Insured Against Burglars. \ 4 Per cent Intarest compounded Ouarter= ly un Savings Accounts. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. Whitten Duncan, Pres. Asa W. Allen. 1st Vice-President. R. B. McNiel, 2nd Vice-Pres. D. E. Turner, Cashier. Merle M. Miller, Ass’t Cashier. L. T. Wesson, Mgr. Saltillo Branch. Farmers Bank and Trust Co. | • —— * pTIN-O-LITE Roof Paintjl iTiheBESTfor^all kinds of Roofing. ! IT STOPS THE LEAKS j and protects the Roof from the weather. j DO NOT EXPERIMENT-USE THE PAINT. I The lai’gest consumers in Mississippi have found to be TIN-O-LITE BEST BY TEST. Manufactured by Nellis Paint Co., Cairo, III. FOR SALE BY , LEAKE & GOODLETT Tupelo, Miss. SSXMU II mWBMMUIIIHIH I ■—IIMIIIW ... i— ■■■"!» trnmrwwwwwwwmfwwwwwmnriTnffmwiniff w gr ZL Success of Your Breakfast Depends Upon the Coffee 12 £2 You Serve. We recommend to you our QUALITY BRAND ^ 1 JACKSON SQUARE COFFEE, | p: packed in air-tight, sealed cans to protect its fiine flavor. ^ tr Your Grocer has it. | TWENTY FIVE CENTS A POUND. % | IMPORTED COFFEE CO., Ltd. New Orleans. | Clark Grocery Co., Tupelo, Wholesale Agts. 22 M I _ PI ANTS <&*£ 1 * 1 College, Miss. Kind of plant Doz. 100 500 1000 5000 Strawberry - - - 15c 30 $1.26 $2.00 $9.00 Cauliflower ... 15c . .6-> 2 25 5.00 ... „ OJbbage (coldframe) - 15c .30 1.50 2.25 Tomato (hotbed) - . 15c .35 1.50 2.50 11.00 tomato i transplanted) - - 20c .50 2.00 3.50 15.Op V.™*» <“>ldta‘™> ' ' ** JOm \°°25 409 ^ 25c $1.00 4.00 7.00 MCKAY. I ~'"T *, .. —. , _ , V TIME OF 1 RAINS AT TUPELO. SOUTHBOUND. No 1 E prees daily lv - - 11:27 pm No 3 Havana Lim daily lv - 9:17 a m No 5 Express daily ly - - 10:25 a m No 11 (Week days) lv - - 3:00 pm NORTHBOUND. No 2 Express daily lv - - G:20 a m No 4 Havana Lim daily ly - 7:27 p m No 6 Express daily lv - - 5.02 p m No 12 (Week days) lv - - 10:25 a m 75. v. Taylor, Jno. m. Beall, General Manager, General Passenger Agent, MOBILE. ALA. 3T. LOUIS, MO E/fST BOUND No. 203 N. Y. limited, due 11.45 p. m. No. 205 South- j.-aern Limtd 11.0G a. m, No. 207 Aberdeen & Memphis Accommodation Ar. 9.00 p. m. Alabama Accommodation 10:35 a. m. WEST BOUND No. 204 Frisco Limited, due 3.52 a. m. No. 206 Southeastern Lim _ 4.57 p. m. No. 208 Aberdeen & Memphis Accommodation, Ar. G.10 a. m. No. 212 Mississippi Accom. 1:13 p.m. W. O. McLEAN. Aerent. Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Lee county, Miss., will on Monday, the 6th day of May, A. D. 1907, within legal hours, at the court house door in the city of Tupelo, Miss., at public outcry offer to the lowest responsible bidder, the fol lowing public contracts, the Board re serving the right to r'\',c4: all bids and readvertise, contrac tc/i i V O ‘'■'ti, al bond, etc. To-wit: For new bridge cn Raid’s creek on Tupelo and Troy ro<u' [ ui L* west of residence of R. W. Gorinmi. For new bridge on Dry creek On Pleasant valley and Birmingham road, in Mrs. Lewellen’s field. Bv order of the board, this April 4th,‘’ 1907. G. W. LONG. Clerk. Commissioners Sale. In 'he matter of the ) estate of - No. 2431. P. M.Savory, uccoased ) By virtue of a decree of the Honor able Chancery Court of Lee county. Mississippi, rendered at the March term A. D. 1907 thereof, ordering a sale of certain lands mentioned therein, F. M. Savery, administrator, the un dersigned appointed to execute said de cree, will on the 11th day of May , 1907, expose at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the court house door, in the city of Tupelo,Miss., within the hours prescribed by law, the following described lands, to-wit: Part of lot No. 43, in town of Tupelo, Lee county, Miss., according to the Harris & Thomason survey, in the N E i of Sec. 31, T. 9, R. 6 East,commenc ing at the south east corner of said lot No. 43, running west 70 feet, thence north 126 feet; thence east 70 feet, thence south 126 feet to the beginning point, containing one-half acre more or less. All in I ee county, Mississippi. Also Block 32, in the town of Bald wyn, being part of Section 35, T. 6, R. 6. in Prentiss county, Miss., with the appurtenances and hereditaments there unto appertaining- -- ‘ This 22nd day > f March, 1907. -- F. M.SaVexy, Ad’mr. Mitchell, Sol, for A4’mr. p . .. \ ... ■’V i Corona. Farmers of this community think they have enough rain and that cotton will have to be replanted. Sunday’s service was a pleasant and profitable one conducted by our pastor, Rev. J. A. Landers. Our Sunday school has recovered from measles and is again quite lively and in terested in its work. Mr. H. A. Stokes spent Sunday with homefolks at Corona. The Corona camp W. 0. W. is planing a big picnic for the 10th of July. Every body has been cordially invited to come. On Sunday, April 21. 1907, Mr. R.H. Adkins, a former resident of our com ' munity, late of Graham, died of inflam atory rheumatism. He has been in ill health for a number (f years He had lived l-e'-e since hi^ boyhood and was known and loved for his noble Christian character which was noted by all who knew him and seemed to grow purer and stronger as he submitted his will to that ot the All Wise Father in each sor row and affliction. He left a wife and four children to whom we extend our heartfelt sympathy. Beider?. Miss Minnie Stephenson was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Van Mitts, in Tupelo, this week. Lee Abernathy spent Sunday in Shan non, Miss Nell Boone spent last Thursday in Holly Springs. Elam Stephenson, of Columbus, was 1 the guest of his sister, Mrs. L. T. Ctephenson this week. John Rice was the guest of friends here Sunday. Miss Ollie Wright of Sherman, was the guest of her friends, Misses Minnie and Madie Stephenson the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Scurry v/ere guests of their mother, Mrs. L. T. Stephenson,on Sunday. Mrs. Thomason spent Friday in Sher mon. I J. E. Ray, of Wallervijle was the guest of his cousin, Hugh Stephenson, - last week. A Call to Organize a District Union by Le ; County Far ir er’s Union. Lee County Farmers Union in session assembled, realizing the necessity of a closer co-operation between the unions of the first coi gre3sional district, here- i by call a delegated convention to meet | at Tupelo on duly 5th, 1907, at 111 o’clock a. m., in two days session, for j the purpose of organizing a district union. Resolved 1st. Said convention to be j composed of one delegate for every one i hundred members or majority fraction j thereof. I Resolved 2nd. That we invite the Hon I Thos. E. Watson, of Thomason, Ga., to ; be with us and address the public on j the cause of the Farmers Union. Resolved 3rd. That the press of the ! district, friendly to the cause of the | Farmers Union, be requested to publish above resolutions. Done in regular session at Tupelo, Miss., May 4th, 1907. G. R. SIMMONS, Tres. CHAS. TURNER, Sec. Notice to Creditors. State of Mississippi, 1 Chancery Court, County of Lee. In vacation, ) April, 1907. In Rea—Estate of W A Stocks, jr., de-1 ceased, W A Stocks, Administrator. Notice is hereby given to all creditors of the estate of the late W A Stocks, jr., that the claims against said estate will be taken up for <onsideration and ajudication before the Clerk of the Chancery Court of Lee county, at his office in Tupelo, in said county, at Rules, on the Second Monday in May, 1907, being the 13th day of said month. All claims must be filed with the clerk of said county by the said 13th day of May, 1 1907, and all creditors may attend and be present at said examination and ad judication of claims. No claim jyill be allowed unless filed with the Clerk by the date aboye named. Witness my hand this April 5, 1907. j G. W. LONG, Clerk Chancery Court. ; $25.00 REWARD. j The city of Tupelo will pay $25.00 reward for the arrest and conviction, (or information leading thereto) of the miscreant who cut the rope and broke the arc lamp at the crossing of the Frisco' tracks on Church street, on Sat urday night, March 23, 1907. E. C. St. Clair, Mayor. i R.F,Robertson, Marshal. I I I ■■!!■■■■ ... . ■ I Non Resident Notice State of Mississippi: To Anne Williams and all of the un known heirs of Rosa Hickmond, de ceased, defendants; You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the county of Lee, in said state, on the 3rd Monday of Sept., A. D., 1907, to defend the suit in said Court of Leonard T. Wesson et al, wherein you are defend ants. This 24th day of Apr.. 1907. G. W. LONG, Clerk. Boggan& Leake, Sol, Compt. Non-Resident Notice. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. To Jim Wall, Al Wall, Maggie Wall and Willie Wall, whose post office is unknown, and Mrs. Allie Brook, Miss ' Nellie Brook and the other unknown children of J. C. Brook, whose post office is unknown, defendants: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the county of Lee, in said State, on the third Monday in June, A. D., 1907, to show cause, if any you can, why the commissioner’s report of sale should not be confirmed and allowed in the case of J. R. Brook etal. ys. Jim Wall et al., wherein you are defendants. This 27th day of April A. D. 1907. G. W. LONG, Clerk. Anderson & Long, Sol’s for compl’t. Non-Resident Notice. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. To Pearl Woodruff, Foster, Ind. Ter.: 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., 1907, to defend the suit in said Court of Albert Wood ruff for divorce, wherein you are a de fendant. This 29th day of April A. D., 1907. G. W. LONG, Clerk. Guy W. Mitchell, Solicitor forcompl’r. CJUNTY TELEPHONE SERVICE. The Cumberland Telephone & Tele graph Co. wishes to operate in connec tion with its exchanges in the country a county system and to this end request the farmers of the country to give it an opportunity of presenting to them its plans for the service. By the use of the greatest of modern inventions, the farmer can at a minimum cost to him self keep in touch with the markets and on the days that the highest prices are offered for the products of his farm he can be reached over the telephone by his merchants or by his confidential ad visor and thus frequently in one trans action save more than the cost of his telephone service for an entire year, j The farmers in this section are invited j to confer with the Company’s nearets j local manager, or to make their wants I known directly to the executive office at Nashville, Tenn. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH CO. pil r Good Bargain for \/l| I- cash. 26 acre3 of tJl IL>L< good land; good 4 room cottage, small hall. One tenant house, 2 rooms. Small barn, two good wells water. 1£ miles west of Tupelo, nicely located. A choice selection of fruit trees, apples, pears, peaches, figs and grapes. All young trers. Call at Journal office, or address J. E. Mabiiy, Tupelo, Miss., R.F.D. 1. BE CONSISTENT Butcher for meat, Baker for bread, Doctor for sick, Undertaker for dead. SAVERY’S AGENCY for Insurance that insures. Mason tells it for lets. FOR SALE—A car load of Or ange and Early Amber Sor ghum Seeb. ASA W. ALLEN CO. ---■ ' —— ■ * For Sale—About 175 bushels of my fine Imperial cotton seed, originated by W. H. Rea also a big bowl variety seed strictly pure, price in less than five t ushel lots $1.25 per bushel, on fiye bushels or more $1.00 per bushel. Chas Reynard, Shannon, Mias., R F11 No S ••••••••••••••• •••••••••8 Don’t Buy Factory Harness. ® • Your very life depends upon the strength of your harness. Don’t take chances. Don’t risk your life to save a couple of dollars Factory har- a ness look fine and jaunty, but what you want is strength. My harness w is made from first class, carefully selected leather, stitched with the ^ |M best flax thread, re-enfsreed where the strains occur. Prices reasonable. ^ W Come and talk Harness. Yours for business, w • ' m. • L. M. GODSEY. | S. T. HARKEY, Pres. F. JOHNSON,Cashier. J. Q. ROBINS. Vice-Pres. W. T. LANEY, Ass’t Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Directors, | TU P © l CS, . S J. Q^'robin’s, S Transacts a General Bauking Business R. S. Thomas, $ lJFMjobn“;., « Capital, - $50,000 W w. Trice. o Surplus, * 30,000 J. D. Bryan. 2 __ O § We Parv-Interest on Time Deposits. TUPELO, MIS3. 'ollecfcion* given Prompt Attention and Quick Itetiyms. We want your Bueino Insured Against Burglars Regular meeting of Roard of Directors 1st Friday after 1st Monday in each month F ED YOUR LAND / with our Fertilizers because they , are High Grade and will ' MAKE MORE to the acre than any other brands on the market and you. wiil SAVE MORE in labor and teams than you made before using them TENNESSEEVALLEY FRE TILIZER CO. FLORENCE, ALABAMA. SAVERY’S General Insurance, Real Estate, Rental and Claim Agqncy. • ' ' For the following Counties in Mississippi: Lee, Prentiss, Tippah Bentou, Union, Pontotoc, and Itawamba. Represents Fire, Life, Tornado; Accident, Liability. Plate Glass Insurance. Represents 34 Leading- Fire Insurance Companies. Lrjcal Solicitors in each of the several county tow^s. District Office. TUPELO. MISS. - i i „ .: -«.