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SHOWING THS^CONDITION OF THE Farmers Bjs(k & Trust Co., TUPELO, MISS. / JUNE 2, 1908. | : , / RESOURCES. Billid. receivable .$ 95,159.05 Overdrafts secured.. 1,019.84 Furniture and Fixtures. 3,222.71 Real Estate..... 1,417.08 Sight Enchange... 16,246.11 j Cash in Vault. 6,907.22 23,153.33 $124,572.01 j | LIABILITIES Capital paid in...$ 50,000.00 Surplus.. 2,500.00 Undivided profits_■ 2,147.98 * Deposits... 69,924.03 Total. $124,572.01 w. l.> (?• TURNER, Cashier Farmers’ Bank and Trust Co., Tupelo. Mississippi, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full and exact statement of the Assets and Liabilities of said Bank on the day and date named therein as shown by the books of same. D. E. TURNER, Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me. a Notary Public in and for the Countv of Lee, Mississippi, this 6th dav of June. 1908. (Seal) R. E. GRYDER, Notary Public. Examined and found correct. E. J. SMITH, Auditor. This 8th day of June. 1908. 1 .1. Q. ROBINS, President F. JOHNSON, Cashier W. W. TRICE, Vice-Prest. W. T. LANEY, Ass’t Cashier First National Bank TUPELO, MISS. fj Capital Stock..... $50,000.00 Share Holders Liability... 50,000.00 Surplus........ 40,000.00 Security to Depositors.... 140,000.00 DIRECTORS j R. S. Thomas J. D. Bryan John M. Allen W. W. Trie F. Johnson M. E. Leake J. Q. Robins UNDER SUPERVISION U. S. GOVERNMENT We pay i per cent. Interest on time Deposits All Accounts Invited f THE BANK OF SHANNON?! § SHANNON, MISS. ^ 2 CAPITAL STOCK S 10,000. oo jjjy 4 per cent Interest compounded quarterly on Savings Accts. || M OPENS FIRST DAY OF JUNE \f/ 2 - ^ Jg OFFICERS, $ Mi W. M. Morris, President, L. R. Aiggs, Vice-President. ‘2i John A. Gardner, Cashier. M: i -— i ^ DIRECTORS. ^ fa* W. M. Morris J. O. Williams L. R. Higgs O. F. Vaughn /J\ E. B. Neely M. A. Smith S. L. Lowerv Gus T. 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For Sale By Trice-Raymond Hardware Company. •■•■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■mmmiamnammmasHnnm sami i sflun «n nammmBmmmmmr'--* HOn improved Farm Lands 8 per cent, interest. 5 to 10 Years. For further|Jnformation apply to 0, K. GARY. Tupelo. Missj t City Ordinance An Ordinance adopting the survey and plat as made by W. A. Dozier, County Surveyor, of that part of the Cemetery in the City of Tupelo, South j of the old cemetery, which was pur [ chased by the city of Tupelo from C. | W. Troy and J. Q. Robins, as shown | bv Deed of record in book 71 page GOG, and fixing the price of certain lots therein, and to provide how same shall be sold and to regulate burials therein, and to prescribe the duties of certain officers of said town with re ference to said additions to said ceme tery. Section 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Alderman, that the land in said city purchased by it from C. W. Troy and .1. Q. Robins, as sown by Deed of Record in Book 71, page GOG, be and the same is hereby set apart and added to the old cemetery for graveyard purposes in said city, and that the survey and plat tuereol' as made and on file in the office of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of said city, be and the same is hereby adopted and ratified. Section 11. That the clerk of this Board be and he is hereby required to have said plat of said survey framed in a good substantial frame, with sufficient back-board, and with glass front in order to preserve and keep the same, and when so framed, the same shall be kept in the Mayor’s of fice, for the inspection, etc., of the public. Section 111. That the lots which have heretofore been contracted for and sold, shall be Deeded by the Mayor of the city to the persons, who have contracted for the same upon payment by them of the amount heretofore agreed upon. Section IV. That at present no lots in blocks A. and B. of said survey shall be offered for sale, and none shall be so offered until a previous order to that effect shall be made and entered by the Mayor and Board of A 1 .1__ - i 11UV.I 111V.1I. That the price of the remaining lots in Blocks C, and B, which have not heretofore been contracted for, shall be and are hereby fixed as fol lows; (a) Lot 3 and lots 10 to 87 inclusive in block C, shall be sold for $20.00 each, and no less. (b) Lots 4-5-6-7-0 in block C, shall be sold at $25.00 each ami no less. (c) Lot 8 in block C, shall be sold at $40.00 and no less. (d) Lot 1-A, and lots 2-A in block C, shall be sold at $25.00 each ar.d no l6SS. (e) 1-B and lot 2-B in block C, shall be sold at $20.00 each and no less. (f) Lots 3 to 8 inclusive, lots 13 to 18 inclusive, lots 23 to 28 inclusive, lots 33 to 38 inclusive, lots 43 to 45 in clusive, in Block B, shall be sold at $15.00 each, and no less. All other lots in Block B, not above fixed at $15.00, shall be sold for $10.00 each. Section V. That all persons desiring tojpurchase one or more burial lots in said added cemetery may do so by ap plying to the Mayor of the city, therefor, and paying the price for such lots as they may desire, as fixed in this ordinance, and it shall he the duty of the Mayor of the city, upon such payment, to execute and deliver to such purchaser, a Deed to the lot or lots so purchased and paid for, and the Mayor on receipt of the purchase money therefor shall pay the same in to the city Treasurer. Section VI. That a separate account of the funds received from such source shall be kept by the city treasurer and the same shall be known as ‘‘The Cem etery Fund”. Section Vll. That from and after this date, it shall he unlawful for any person to be buried in said added ter ritory to the cemetery of the city, on any lot which has not been purchased and paid for prior to such burial thereon. Section Vlll. That from and after this date, it shall be unlawful .or any person to be buried on the lot of any otner person in such addition to the city cemetery, without the consent / ' the owner of the lot or lots where si burial shall take place. Section IX. That anyone offending against any section of this ordinance’ shall be liable to a fine of not less than $5.00, nor more than $25.00. Section X. For good and sufficient reason satisfactory to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, this ordinance shah be in full force and effect from and after the date of its passage. The above ordinance was reduced to writing prior to its passage and was read over and considered by sections at a public adjouned meetings at the Mayer’s office held on this, June the 0th, A D. 1008, and was voted on by a Yea and a Nay vote, each member present voting “Yea” on eacn section there being present, E. C. St. Clair, and C. W. Troy and I). S. Ballard F. C. McGaughy and E. R. Wilson E. C. St. CLAIR, Mayor. R. D. PORTER. City Clerk. Notice I To whom it may concern: ' Notice is hereby given that the un ; dersigned, has sold his interest in the j firm of G. W. and C. P. Long, doing I business under the name of Long & ! Long, to Mr. Lee Long, and which new firm are responsible for ail the debts of the old firm, and who are owners of ■ all the debts which are due to the old ! firm, and who wiil continue to carry on : said business under the firm name and j style of Long & Long. This the 9th day of June, 1908. C. P. LONG. Notice of Public Work. J Notice is hereby given that the Board 1 of Supervisors will on the first Monday j of July the same being the 6th day of July 1908, at 2 o’clock p. m. award the contract for the following work, to wit: Bridge across Cambelton creek bot tom on the Robins place on the Guntown and Baldwyn road. Bridge across Slough in Chiwapa j Creek bottom on the Rogers mill road. Bridge across first branch on the Rog ers mill road north of Mr. Yancey Bridge across McGaughys ditch in Town Creek bottom on Verona and Nettleton road 2£ miles west off Nettleton. Bridge across Town Creek on Leigh ton and Union road near Belden. Bridge across Mud creek on the Leigh ton and Oak Hill new road. Bridge across Smith Creek on Rich mond and Nettleton road 1J> miles north : of Nettleton. New bridge across Boguefallah creek on the Tupelo and Cardsvilie road. This J une 3rd 1908, NORBIN JONES, Clerk. V Notice of Election. Whereas, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the town of Verona, Mississippi, have ordered an election to be held on the 27th day of June. A. D. 1908, at the Mayor’s office for the pur pose of submitting to the qualified elec tors of the town of Verona, and also the qualified electors of the adjacent an nexed territory to said town constitu ting a part of said separate school dis trict, the question of whether or not they will vote for the issuance of the bonds of the separate school district of said town in the sum of Eight Thou sand ($8,000.00) Dollars, for the pur pose ot erecting a r.ew public school building in said district, notice is here by given to the qualified voters of said town and said adjacent annexed terri tory, that an election will be held at the Mayor’s office in said town of the 27th day of June, A. D. 1908, whereat the question of whether or not the bonds of said separate district shall is sue, shall be decided, and you will also take notice that in said election all qualified voters residing either in said town or in the adjacent annexed terri tory constituting a part of the separ ate school district of said town, will be allowed to vote. A. L. DU UDINE. C. C. AUMSTONG. B. F. BALL ' ItD. Commissioners of Election. ■ ■ — £» -- Exec;'liters Sale. Matthews-Hinds Lumber & Coal Co. vs C. C. Monaghan Execution for $75.94, costs for $2.65. By virtue of the above aled execu tion to be directed by B. A. Curry, a Justice of the Peace oi the county of Lee and State of Mississippi, I will on Monday the 6.a day of July, 1908, at the Court hou e door in the city of Tu pelo, within legal hours, expose to sale at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, all the right interest and claim the defendant, C. C. Monaghan, has in and to a certain lot, of land and the house erected thereon, described as fol iuws. uiie aae ui iaiiu ina square in the South East corner of the south half of Section 7, Township 11, Range 7, East, which has been levied on as the property of said defendant, and will be sold to satisfy the judgment therein and all costs. Same being for materials furnished by plain tiff to defendant in the erection of the house now situated on said land. This the 1st day June, 1908. J. W. BUTLER, Constable. Registration Notice I’ursunat to a resolution of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the Town of Verona, passed, this the 9th day of June. A. L). 1908, the undersigned Clerk of said Board hereby gives notice to the qualified voters of the adjacent, annex ed territory, constituting apart of the separate school district of said town, that the Registration Books of said town will be open at the Mayor’s office from and after this date, up to the 27th day of June, A. D. 1908, and that all qualified voters in said adjacent, annexed territory can register by ap plying to the undersigned during said time. S. J. THOMAS Clerk and Registrar. Non-Resident Notice. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. To Robins <fc Sanford, G. W. Smith and Laura Smith, William Coon, Har riett I. Coon. Mary Wester. James Wes ter, Samuel Wester, Holand Pratt, Belle IJ. I’ratt and Margeret Pratt and also others having or claiming interest in the lands described in the Bill tiled in this case, Defendants. 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., 1908, to defenci the snit in said Court of J. M, Douglass et al wherein you are defendants. This 25th day of May A. D., 1908. NORBIN JONES, Clerk. Clayton,MitcheJ & Clayton, Sols. Comp. Assignee’s Sale. By virtue of the authority conferred on rnt1, by an order of the Chancery Court of Lee County. Miss., rendered May 23. 1903, in the case of the Assign ment of Whitaker Bros., directing a sale of the stock of goods,fixtures notes and books of accounts of said Whitaker Bros., on June 5th 1908 expose for sale for cash,, to the highest bidder, with in legal hours, in front of the storehouse on Main Street, now occupied by stock of said Whitaker Bros, the entire stock of merchandise, fixtures, notes and books of accounts of said firm of Whitaker Bros. This May 25 1908. WILL KELLY, Assignee. Clayton, Mitchell and Clayton, Solicitors for Assignee. Contract Notice. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Lee County Mississippi, will on •thefirst Mondav in July, 1908 at 2o’lcock p. m. award the contract or contracts to the lowest re sponsible bidder for supplying Lee County offices with necessary books, blanks, stationery and other things nec essary for County and District officers as provided bv law, Code 1900, Section 4767- Sealed bids to be filed with the witn the clerk of said board the board reserving the rights to reject any and all bids. Bond as required by law. Code 1906 Sec. 4768. Bv order of the Board this June 3rd. 1908. NOBIN JON'eS. Clerk. Round trip to Birmingham. Ala. only $3.20, account Confederate Reunion, Tickets on sale June G, 7 and 8, good until June 20. See L. W. .McLean for further particulars. Account ot Summer School of South, at Knoxville, Tenn , the Frisco will sell round trip tickets June 21,22,23,27, 28. July 4,5,11 and 17, good 15 days, for $13.95. Account Summer School at Charlotts ville, Va. the Frisco will sell round trip tickets Juno 17,18,22, 29, July 6, and 13, good 15 days, for $28 80. For further particulars see L W McLEAN. Ticket Agent Frisco. N otice to the Traveling Public. The West Bound Accomodation due at 5.40 a. m will reach Tupelo in the future between 6 and 6:10 a. m.. mak I ing connection with M. & O. North 1 bound. L. W. McLEAN } ticket Agent. PROFESSIONAL W H. CLIFTON, W. A BLAIR, J. A, FINLEY Clifton, Blair & Finley Attorneys-at-Law, . Office on Main Street. Will practice in all courts, both State and Federal, Dr. E. Douglas Hood, DENTIST, Rooms 1, 2, and 3 in Peoples Bank and Trust Co. Building Phones —Office, 103. Res 35. Dr. E. At Topp, DENTIST. Office: Bank of Tupelo Building Phones: Office, 224. Res. 151 ~ c. m. wales, DENTIST. Office Upstairs in Blair Building. 11-1-2 mo Drs. Bonner & Elkin, PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS Tupelo, Mississippi. Office Hours 10 to 12 a.m. 1 to 3 p.m. Hugh M. Anderson, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office 2nd floor Blair building opposite Peoples Bank. Phone—Res. .‘>4; Office 342. George H. Hill, Jr., Attorney-at-Law, will practice in all the courts of the state and the Federal Courts. Office up stairs over Bank of Tupelo Building. Geo. T. Mitchell. Claude Clayton. Mitchell & Clayton. Attorneys at Law. Will practice in all State and Federal Courts. Collections will receive prompt attention 1. IVERSON I am prepared to repair and Upholster all grades of Furniture. Will pack in best shape furniture for ship ping or moving. Apply to I. IVERSON ■w n*i»—na——m—m—pe | I 'M RELIA BLE S You want your real estate agent S to be reliable, Naturally. 1 9 The man who has charge of B your real estate, and who makes collections for you or who rents ■ or sells or buys a place for you | MUST be reliable. I I wan1’ your business! I ve had fi a world of experience and look W out for your interests as if they vj were mine. g Drop me a line and I’ll come and H talk your business over with you. m | W. S, POVA1I. 1 I Tupelo, .... Miss. E Money Maker for Agents “THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYS” -BY WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN * 57*> Imperial Octavo Pages. 251 Sup erb Engravings from photographs ta ken by Col. Bryan. Recounting his trip around the world and his visits to all nations. Greatest book of travel ever written Most suc cessful seller of this generation. Four Editions in Four Months. The agent’s harvest. Write at once for “Territo ly” and “Agent’s Outfit.” Agent’s Outfit Free. -Send fifty cents to cover cost of mailing and handling.* Address, The Thompson Publishing O St Louis, Mo. iiiimiiiiii" mini' ymiKiii'iMmi—11 m f- I HAVE THE HONOR. I am the agent for the Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co. and if you •'new them as well as I do, knew the superiority of their pol icies and knew their standing you would not blame me for being proud of the connection. If you are thin king of Life Insurance, I’d like for you to think of me. » W. S. POVALL. | Tupelo, - - - Miss. Birmingham, Ala., June 9-11. 1903 Tickets ou sale June 6th to 8th, inc.. limited for return not later than, June 20th. Stopovers. Ask for low round-trip tickets via Mobile & Ohio R. R. Round trip rates to Athens. Ga:, on sale June 27,23, 29, July 4,6,11,1s, good 13 days, for $13.9f, via Frisco. ® CALLS FOR p 1 /f#J\ ^ Thin Suit j; 1 l\ ^ ^ 3S 3 ‘^'V*IS*1 ®ne § V V Why not get one of oar r V Featherweight Suits? It ® X 'Plfcr will give you solid comfort X. X all through the long sum- X Made in coat and trousers, no lining—the whole suit thin and cool as silk paja mas. Many other hot wea ther styles and fabrics here. t Serges, Worsteds and Smart Mix tures. Come and see them before buying elsewere. We carry everything in iadies’ dress goods, Shoes, Men’s and Bay’s Hats, etc. Our Bargain Days Arc Every Day in the Week. F. C. McGAUGHYl The Store of Quality. ^ Choose Wisely ... ! _ «? when you buy a SEEING MACHINE. You'll fine' all sorts and Tried : c % corresponding prices. But if you want a reputable serviceab e Machine, then . it <■* • WHITE. • :• I 27 years experience has enabled vs to brief '; out a HANDSOME, SYMMETRICA- rod Z VELL-8UILT PRODUCT, combining ia : ; ■ n.vdce-vp all the good points fetmi on V ; - • g-ado machines and ethers that z~z exclui'vt1 - . VT.ZTZ—for instance, our TENSION LNDI- \ - C T.7.7, a device that chows the icr.tic at i;! r><v, and v. e hive others that appeal to care . iv.i buyers. All Drop Heads fcnve Autocrat!: Lift and bcautiiul Swell Front, Gc'rl.-.n C Wookwork. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle S'•*. ■. CATALOGUES GiVE FULL PARTiOULARS, TREE. O^VSING MACHINE CO. CLK'TEL&LJSj. c. i Special!! x * dS - /IN X • X 17 Jewel B. W. Raymond ^ j|j Movement in 20 year 18 j» $ size open case - - $19.00 X X * $ 17 Jewel Waltham move- $ ^ ment in 20 year 12 Size, * ODencaseat - $14.00 * X X 17 Jewel Waltham move- % X ment 20 year, 12 size $14.00 jj> | 7 Jewel Waltham move- % | % ment 10 year,6 size Hunting $ jj case ... $8.40 * • ili « 7 Jewell Elgin movement * I in 20 year, 6 size Hunting $ | case - - - $10.75 | * 15 Jewel Waltham move- t X ment Open case 20year, 16 S & size - - - $12.50 | | 17 Jewel Hampden move- % $ ment in 20 year, 18 size $ % Hunting Case - - $14.00 * ii * * * I HOUGH’Sf i The Jeweler | Phone 156 Tupelo, Miss | TIME OF TKA.mS AT TUPELO. SOUTHBOUND. ! No 1 Express daily lv - - 10:35 p m 1 No 3 Express daily lv - - 9:48 am ■ No 11 (Week days) lv - - 2:55 p m NORTHBOUND. No 2 Express daily lv - - G:23 a m No 4 Express - daily lv - 6:25 pm No 12 (Week days) lv - -11:00 am 3. V. Taylor, .ino. m. Beall, Genera! Mana-er. Gete.a! Pasaenjrcr A. 'V.* MOB1LL, ALA. ST. LOUIS, MO i Through Service to Kansas Citv, Mo. TWO TRAINS DAILY Lv. Tupelo at_5:08 pm Ar. Kansas City at_10:00 a m Lv. Tupelo at_3:52 a m Ar. Kansas City at_7:00 a m Both trains carrj Observation Sleep ing Cars and Reclining Chair Cars. All trains into and out of Kansas City use OIL-BURNING ENGINES, thus eliminating smoke and cinders. For further information as to sched ules, rates, etc., ask L W McLEAN, icket Agent Frisco. Tupelo, Miss EAST BOUND No. 203 JamestownLim. due 11.55 p. m. No. 205 Southeastern Limtd 11.35 a. m. No. 207 Aberdeen ( Ar. 9. 20p. m. Accommodation / Lv. 9-30 p. m. No. 211..Mississippi ( Ar. 11-25 n. m. Accommodation / Lv. 11:35 a. m. WEST BOUND No. 204 Frisco Limited, due 4.15 a. m. No. 206 Southeastern Lim 5.08 p. m. No. 208 Memphis ( Ar. 6.20 a. m. Accommodation ( Lv. 6:40 a. m. No. 212 Alabama Accom. 2:15 p.m. L. W. McLEAN. 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