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fsELLING OUT—MONEY MUST BE RAISED NOW! I
Entire Stock must go at once regardless of cost or value. Clothing, Shoes and Dry Goods going at prices never before heard of in this part of
Mississippi. Remember Tupelo’s Greatest Sale is now on in full blast at the Temerson Store.
10c Bleached Domestic, smashed - • 6ic
8k Unbleached Sea Island, smashed • - 5c
15c Dress Gingham - - 9c
12k quality nice sheer colored lawn - 7k
85c and 40c waisting, white andl colors, beautiful
designs and stripes, smashed 23c
25c Waistings 19c
35c Table Linens in red, blue and white - 23c
15c Percale, smashed ... 9c
10c Amoskeag Apron Gingham - - 6k
35c Towels, border and fringed, smashed - 19c
20c Bath Towels • - - . 9c ,
75c Perfect Fitting Corsets - - 35c
$1.50 Parasols, smashed ... 69c
$1-50 Ladies’ Lawn Waists, embroidery and lace
trimmed; smashed * 65c
$7.60 to $19.00 Lace Waists • - $3.98
$1.50 Men’s Dress Shirts - 89c
$1.50 Ladies’ Wrappers - - 75c
75c Ladies’ Kimonas 39c
$7.50 Skirts - - - $3.95
50c Window Shades ... 19c
$1.50 Black Sateen Petticoats - - * 89c
$6 00 Silk Petticoats, smashed- - - $3.50
$3.00 Men’s Shoes, smashed - - - 1.98
4.00 .. - - 2 46
$6.00 Men’s Shoes, in patent, tan, made by Dun
lap Shoe Co. - - - $3.90
$3.00 Ladies’ Oxfords and pumps - - 1.95
4.00 4 4 4 4 44 - - 2. 49
Misses’ and Children’s Shoes \ off.
15c embroidery, very wide - * 10c
25c men's Sox - - I2£c
10c men's Sox - - - 6c
75c Elastic Seam Drawers - - 39c
75c Ladies’ Muslin Drawers, Corset, Covers and
Chemise, smashed . . .45c
$1.50 Ladies’ Muslin Gowns, Skirts, Chemise 95c
This is one of the most complete lines we carry.
12£c Ladies’ Hose . , 7$c
25c Ladies’ Hose . , 12|c
50c ffauze and drop stitch hose, 3 pair - $1.00
15c Ladies Vests- taped . , 7£c
$1.50 Suit Case . , .75c
35c Mens Underwear . . 19c
75c Men’s Underwear . . 39c
75c Top Shirts - . .39c
Silver Brand Collars . . 9c
$1.00 Boys’ Pants . . 45c
2 60 men’s pants . . . $1.49
3.50 !* . . . 1.98
6.00 “ “ . . 2.90
15.00 Men's Suits, the very latest . 7.50
50c mens belts . . .19c
100 men’s belts . . . 39c
50c men’s Ties . .23c
25c men’s Suspenders, smashed . : 15 c
50c “ “ . 23c
Men’s handkercniefs ... 2c
10c men's handkerchiefs . . 6c
1.50 to 2.00 men’s felt hats, all the latest styles,
smashed ... 98c
75c men’s Overalls . . .39c
50c boys’ caps, in all the latest good . 19c |
THE TEMERSON STORE, Lool^^r^Whit^^gi^i^^on^^f^tore, Main Street ||
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| It is better to have a good* horse and not need it ®
| than to need a good horse and not have it. Uncle |
Sam is using some of my kinfolks on his Colorada ®
: Breeding Farm. The kind Uncle Sam uses is like i
H the fellow’s girl—they are worth while. ®
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There*s No Time to Lose
if your home is unprotectt d by
insurance, and if it should go up
in smoke you would be the suff
erer. Why not let us be the
sufferers instead in case of fire?
It is a very comfortable feeling
to know that you have a backer
to make good your loss,and when
it is insured by us your losses
are paid promptly.
Savery’s Insurance Agency, 7upelo
"No Guess Work."— No Scheming.
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22 NELSON’S 22
| Founded successful g
Apr. 4,1887 Business College I
Has been in continuous operation for more than 22 years and is thor
oughly established in its elegant new home at 292 Madison avenue,
where it has large, well-lighted and ventilated rooms for each depart
ment.
Many of our former students are now managers, proprietors, etc.,
in leading business firms and naturally come to us for help, thus giv
ing us great assistance in placing students in positions, Many of our
f pupils secure employment even before graduation.
Correct discipline is maintained and students are required to be
thorough. This institution promises less and does more than any
other school of its kind in this section.
It is to your interest to investigate before entering for a business
course. Students may enter any time.
;; For illustrated catalogue, write or call.
NELSON’S BUSINESS COLLEGE
j I 292 MADISON AVENUE, MEMPHIS.
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On Improved Farm Lands
8 per cent, interest. 5 to 10 Years.
For farther information apply to
0, K. GARY, Tupelo, Miss.
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PROFESSIONAL
JAS. A FINLEY
Attorney-at-Law
Will practice in all Courts.
Office in Peoples Bank Building
Telephone 272.
W H. CLIFTON, W. A.BLAIR,
Clifton, & Blair
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.
J. A. RUTLEDGE
DENTIST.
Office Upstairs over Pound Kin
cannon-Elkin Co.
Drs. Bonner & Elkin,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Tupelo, Mississippi.
Office Hours 10 to 12 a.m. 1 to 3 p.m.
Dr. E. M. Topp,
DENTIST.
Office: Bank of Tupelo Building
Phones: Office, 224. Res. 151
Geo. T. Mitchell. Claude Clayton.
Mitchell & Clayton.
Attorneys at Law.
Will practic( in all State and Federal
Courts.
Collections will receive prompt attention
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.
New Service via Frisco
to St. Louis
inaugurated Dec. 13th. New equips
ment aud fast schedule.
Leave Tupelo-..5.03 p. m.
Arrive Memphis...8.06 p. m.
Leave Memphis_9.20 p. m.
Arrive St Louis_7.00 a. m.
This train carries from Memphis
through observation sleeper and free
reclining chair cars for St Louis. New
equipment and fast scdedule. Give the
Frisco a trial to St Louis and you will
he pleased.
For further particulars call on
L W MCLEAN, Ticket Agt.
Non-Resident Notice
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI.
To Pink Livingston. Y ou are com
mandej to appear before the Chancery
Court of the county of Lee, in said
State, on the third Monday of Septem
ber A. D., 1909, to defend the suit in
said Court of Mrs. Savannah Living
ston, for divorce, wherein you are de
fendant.
This 19th day of May A. D. 1909
/ NORBIN JONES Clerk.
Boggan & Leake Sols. forComplt
Very Low Fares To Memphis via
Frisco.
Account United Confederate Veterans
Reunion June 8, 9, and 10. 1909. Dates
of sale of tickets June 6, 7‘ 8, and 9
good for return until June 14, 1909
Upon payment of fee of fifty cents,
this limit may be extended to July 1.
1909. Round trip fare from Tupelo,
Miss., will be $2 35 For other details
inquire of L. W. MCLEAN, Ticket Agt.
Round trip rates to Atlanta Ga., via
Frisco account American Association ol
[Opticians, tickets on sale June 19th.
land 20th., gjjd until Jui3 26th for
111.10.
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Some Fainter* On Esedlng Oats
Oats have been found to bean excel
lent feed and so far as chemical analy
> sis and percentage of digestibility or
nutritivr properties is concerned their
foodelements are evenly balanced.
It is interesting to note that if 100
lbs of oahs were separated, there
would be 45 lbs. of hulls and 55 lbs.
solid feed matter- The feeder must see
from this that there is nothing ianger
ous or destauctiv in oat hulls and that
each time he feeds 100 lbs. of oats, he
feeds 45 lbs. of hulls. Nature provides
the hull wite its necessary bulkand di
gestive properties to balance the rich
_nd heavily nourishing kernel or groat.
However, even with their manygoob
qualities, whole oats, like corn, Which
is entirely too heating when feed alone
as the grain ration are expensive and
sometimes danerous. Whole grain is in
fact, a most productive source of colic
and without occasioal washed, every
animal continouly fed whole grain
must have its turn at serious illness.
The best feed is an original combina
tion of ground algalfa and sound, sweet
selected grain products. It is much saf
er and goes farther- weighing 27 lbs.
to the bushel or 5 lbs. less than oats.
When fed dry in the same measure as
oats, there is a saving of 5 lbs. to the
bushel, or 15 lbs. in the hundred, or in
money, 15c. saved on every dollar’s
worth of feed bought. Its strength and
fitness lie in the fact that it is exactly
bilanced, is extremely palatable and
highly digestib e.
The only commercial feed having
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the Corno Mills Company, St. Louis,
Thit the product of' this company
may b3 highly satisfactory to feeders
is demonstrared by the fact that since
I the company began operating a small
f e 1 mill in East St. Louis, four years
! aro, it has erecte! two large, modern
mills in East St. Louis and in Peoria
la. The merit of this product was rec
ognized at the Jamestown Exposition,
where a jury of experts decided that
Corno feed was t ie purest and best,
and truly the stanard of feed excellent.
The feeds made by this company are
Corno Horse and Mule Feed, Creamo
Dairy Feed, and Corno Hen and Chick
Feed.
Corno Feeds are distribited in this
te riiory by—Asa W. Allen Co., Tuplo
Ml3\
Nolle; o' Bond Issue.
V’hereas a majority of the taxpayers
of tha se a ate school district of the
Town of Shannon, Miss., Jand also the
Board of Trustees of said seperate dis
trict have petitioned the Mayor and
Board of Alderman of the town of
Shannon to issue Seven Thousand Dol
lars ($7,000.00) school bonds of said
separate school district for the pur
pose of building a new school building
and it appearing to the Mayor and
Board ot Aldeimen that there is im
mediate necessity for the said public
school building and that in order to
build same it will be necessary to is
sue $7,000.00 bonds of said separate
school district for that purpose; There
fore be it resolved that it is the pur
pose of the Mayor and Board of Aider
men of the Town of Shannon, Miss., to
issue boni3 of the separate school dis
trict of the Town of Shannon and ad
jacent. annexed territory to the amount
of $7,000.00 for the purpose of building
a public school building for said separ
ate school district.
The above notice is published in ac
cordance with the provisions of Sections
3415 3416-3419- 3420 of the Annetated
Code of Mississippi of 1908 and Chap
ter 101 of the Acts of the Legislature
of the State of Mississippi in the. year
iaua, ior cne purpose or nonliving me
taxpayers of said separate school dis
trict of the Town of Shannon, Miss.,
and the adjacent and annexed territory
of the proposed act of the Major and
Board of Aldermen of said town, so
that if there be any opposition to the
issuance of said bonds it may be pre
sented to the Mayor and Board of Al
dermen of the Town of Shannon, Miss.,
as provided by law on or before the 28
day of June 1909.
Ordered that the above notice be pub
lished in the Tupelo Journal, a weekly
newspaper published in the City of Tu
pelo, Lee County, Miss., and having a
general circulation in Shannon, same to
be published for three sdccessive weeks
next preceding the 28th day of June
1909, there being no newspaper pub
lished in the Town of Shannon. Miss.
R. L. SHANNON,
Mayor of the town of Shannon.
C. R. PORTER,
Clerk of Board of Councilmen town
of Shannon.
School Of Masonic Instruction
On August 3, 4th, and 5th, the
Masonic School of Instruction will be
held in Tupelo for the First Congres
sional District, Masons from adjoining
districts are cordially invited to be
present and take part in the work.
In addition to Grand Master Wiley
H. Clifton, Grand Lecturer Allen H.
Hicks, there will be three district de
puties present, Addison Brannin, Alfred
Wiygul and M, A. Reese.
The masters and wardens of the yar
ious lodges will do the work under the
instruction of the grand lecturer and
district deputies. (Papers of the dis
trict please copy.) ' !
Trythe new watchmaker at'HOUSE
of .a.
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Round trip homeseekers tickets on
sale every first and third Tuesdays of
each month to points in Arizona,
Arkansas, Colorado, Idaho, Kansas,
Louisana. Mexico, Oklahoma and Tex's
good for 25 days, allowing liberal stop
overs both going and returning.
Very low round trip rates to Los
Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco
California account Convention National
Guard, Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks and National Encamp
ment Grand Army Republic, tickets on
Bale May 0;h, to 13th inclusive June 1st
and 2nd., June 24th., to July 10th, July
27th., to August 6th., good unti
October 31st., 1909. For rates and
schedule see the Frisco agent.
Round trip rates to Louisville Ky,i
account Ancient Arabic Order Nobles
of the Mystic Shrine tickets on sale
June 5th., 6th., 7th , good until June
17th., fare $12.70,
For further particulars, call on
L. W. McLean, Ticket Agent, Frisco.
Dissolution Notice
The firm of Sims, Dillard Coal Com
pany has been dissolved, and B. M.
Dillard is no longer with said firm, but
business will continue under the firm
name of The Sims Coal Company, and
is composed of A. M. Simi and C. H.
Sims. All persons owing the former
firm will please call ih and settle, a3 it
now becomes necessary to wind up its
business.
A. M. SiM3
B. M. Dillard
Chas. Sims
I make good perrrjanent photos at
reasonable prices. J. W. JONES.
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EAST BOUND
No. 103 N. York Lim. due 12.25 a. m.
No. 105 Southeastern Limtd 11.35 a. m.
No. 907 Aberdeen j Ar. 9. 20p. m.
Accommodation ( Ly. 9 30 p. m.
No. 911.Mississippi
Accommodation Due 1100 a. m
WEST BOUND
No. 104 Frisco Limited, due 4.10 a. m.
No. 106 Southeastern Lim 5.08 p. m.
No. 908 Memphis i Ar. 6.20 a. m.
Accommodation \ Ly. 6:40 a. m.
No. 912 Alabama Accom. 2:10 p.m.
L. W. McLEAN. Agent.
The Frisco to Florida
Through Sleeper
on the Southeastern Limited to
Jacksonville, Florida,
and to other southeastern points.
Train leaving Tupelo.11:35 a. m.
Arrive Jacksonville....9;15 a. m.
Winter tourist Round-trip fare
to Jacksonville. $25.80
L. W. McLean, Ticket Agt.
Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition
At Seattle, Wa«h. .June 1 to October
16 1909 round trip fare via Frisco from
Tupelo, .Miss., will be $67,50, for de
tails of service, etc. inquire of L. W.
McLean Agent Frisco Lines.
£-7=11
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Looking Over His
...Bank Balance...
for the first time many
a man is surprised to find
himself so much ahead.
He has bought every
thing he really needed,
yet has more money than
he ever had when he
kept his own cash. The
reason is easily explain
ed
AN ACCOUNT AT THE
...BANK OF TUPELO...
tends to stop spending
that isn’t necessary. A
man will draw a dollar
out of his pocket much
more readily than he win
draw a check for it. An
account for youwill mean
much less 'unnecessary
spending.
Bank of Tupelo
WANTED AT ONCE! |
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TO get in communication with every young man or woman in this vicinity interested
| *n a commercial education. We have a splendid school, experienced and practical teach
j ers> and are ready NOW to qualify you for a better position. Although we have been
at Tupelo only a few weeks, we have enrolled quite a number, and hope to continue
to increase our list as the people come to know us better.
If you ever expect to take a business or stenographic course, it will be well worth
your time and trouble to see us before making arrangements with any other srchjcl.
j The fact that over 75 per cent, of our former students are holding lucrative and re
sponsible positions, proves that our work is thorough and practical.
Hofing to have the pleasure of your acquaintancj or a letter by return mail, we a:e
' Cordially yours,
BROWN’S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Box 32, TUPELO, MISS.
Summer School
The fifth annual Summer School at
the Mississippi Agricultural and Me
chanical College will open June 15c and
continue in session four weeks Those
’n authority say that no effort has been
spared to make them r c i u n meet the
! needs of th * teach ;rs of our rural
scnools. and that special effort will be
made to bring the teachers wtTo attend
in touch with the spirit of industrial
education with the view of having
that spirit (permeate the rural schools
and affect for good the children of ev
ery rural community in the state.
A faculty of thirty able instructors
has been secured; and courses will be
offered in the following branches *
Eight lines of manual training; nine
branches of agriculture and nature
study; household economics; cotton
grading; forestry, biology, b 'tany,
anatomy and physiol >gy, physics,
chemistry; all the common school
branches; algebra, geometery, rhetoric
and literature; primary methods* vo
cal music, psyschology and pedagogy.
The cost of board and lodging for
entire time will be thirteen dollars.
Teachers who desire further informa
tion can obtain the same by writing to
D. C. Hull, Director of the Summer
School,Agricultural College, Mississip
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The Frisco will sell round trip tick
ets on May 17th., 18th., and 19th good
until May 29th to Bentonville Arkansas
account General Assembly Cumberland
Presbyterian Church for $20.20. For
further particulars call on Frisco tick
et
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