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The Tupelo journal. (Tupelo, Miss.) 1876-1924, April 14, 1911, Image 8

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| Local Happenings j,
2 Those Who. Come and Co 2 j
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The Misses Thompson, of Saltillo, I
spent Wednesday here.
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Mrs. Fronia Rowan is the guest of i
her brother, A. P. Stone, and family *
this week.
Mr. S. A. Dabbs, one of the leading J1
citizens of the fifth district, had busi-1
ness in Tupelo Wednesday.
Mrs. McFarland. Mrs. Ace Johnson ,
a id Albert McFarland, of the Fifth
district, were visitors here Wednesday, j
Chancellor .1. Q. Robins, C. P. Long, ;
F, q , and J. M. Spradling, Esq , left I
Tuesday for Fulton, where chancery
court is in session.
Mr. J. M. Towery, one of Planters
ville’s most substantial citizens and a
staunch friend of the Journal, was
here yesterday and left with us a year’s
subscription to the paper.
Mrs. Foster Hudson and children ar
rived Wednesday morning from Texas,
having been summoned by a message
announcing the serious illness of Mrs.
Hudson’s mother, Mrs. W. H. Keyes.
Mrs. R C. Daugherty, Misses Vaughn
and Kiern and Miss Catherine Linde
mood, of Columbus, and Miss Katie
Kincannon, of Verona, came up Friday
evening to be present at the orchestra
entertainment Saturday. While here
they were the guests of Mrs. O. B.
Rogers.
We are requested to announce Mr.
Wiley M. Johnson of the 2nd district
as a candidate for Bailiff. Mr. John
son is a young man well equipped for
the duties of the office and the people i
of his district could make no mistake
by electing him bailiff. He is a young
man of good habits and can point to
his character as a guarantee of faithful
service if elected.
The election to determine whether or
not we shall issue bonds for the im
provements needed in the city will be
held on the 22nd. The matter is one of
gnat interest and every voter should
be in town ready to east his vote on
that day. The question of these im
provements has been thoroughly gone
over in the minds of the people and is
f enarally admitted that the money
sr.ould be raised through this bond is
tue. There can be no doubt of the
step being a wise jne. and the city
would pr< fit greatly by the investment.
FOR SALE—My residence on Jeffer
son Street. R. B. Clark. 2 4t
Schratz Oriental Bath Powder pleas
e3 the most exacting. Ask your neigh
bor who uses it. Price 25c. The Busy
Druggists.
WANTED—Rooms with board, o>
near boarding house, for couple with
children; willing to pay any reasonable
price, if suited. Address Superinten
dent, Box 185.
In our Jewelry department the same
desire controls, just as in all other de
partments of < ur ever increasing bus
iness, and that is to please you. We
rolicit your business. Pound Kincan
i\»n-Elkin Co.
Way do thevugJL .Pound-Kincnnnon
Busy HiWWJXWta?'’ Jo®**
• cause” they are busy. Call in and
F.ee Goods, Prices. Service, a combina
tion that win3. You like it, don’t you?
The Busy Druggists._
Notice to Payers of Privilege Taxes
Ni ‘ice is hereby given that all parties who
procured privilege tax license in May, 1910,
will be required to purchase new license for
year 1911 during the month of May 1911, or
be subjected to the penalty imposed by the law
for failure so to do. Please do not wait until
last days of May to pay this, for your mail
migh1 get lost and have to pay damages.
0. T. TRAPP,
Sheriff and Tax Collector Lee Conn'y, Miss.
April 12, 1911.
Notice of Bond Election.
Whereas, the Mayor and Board of
\'deruien of the City of Tupelo, Missis
sippi, have ordered an election to be
>]f-Id on the 22nd day of April, 1911, at
the Mayor’s offi e. for the purpose of
submitting to the qualified electors of
the City of Tupelo, Miss , the question
of whether or not they will vote for
the issuance of the bon is of said City
in the sum of Fifty Thousand (60.000 -
00) Dollars, or so much thereof as may
be necessary for the purpose of alter
ing and enlarging the Water Works
and Electric Light Plant, and the
building of a City Hall in said City, and
lor tbe paving of certain streets in
said City. . ...
Notice is hereby given to the quali
fied electors of said City that an elec
tion will be held at the Mayor’s office
in said City on the 22nd day of April,
1911, whereat the question of whether
or not the City shall issue said bonds,
shall be voted upon and decided,
This, April 5th, 1911.
W. L. Joyner.
J. II. Frazer,
J E Mot ow,
Commissioners of Election.
Public Work Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Supervisors tff Lee counly
will on the first Mondav, the same be
ing the first day of May 1911 at 2
o’clock p. m., at the court house door
in the city of Tupo o, award the con
tract or contracts for building two
bridges on the Tupelo levee in Town
Creek bottom on the Tupelo «nd Fulton
road, one across Black Slough, and one
across East end of said leyee, also
bridge across canal :n Twenty Mile
creek bottom on Guntown and Marietta
road. Contracts to be awarded to the
lowest responsible bidder or bidders
at public outcry. Contractor required
to execute bond according to law, plan
and specifications on file in this office,
the Board reserving the right to reject
any and alt bids. Ordered this 5th
day of April.
Norbin Jones.
Clerk of Board.
Notice to Creditors to Pro
bate Claims. '
Letters of administratien having
been this day granted to the under
signed on the estate of T. C. Hall, de
ceased, by the Chancery court of Lee
county, Mississippi, all persons having
claims against said estate are hereby
given notice to have the same probated
and registered by the clerk of said
court within one year from this date,
and that a failure to so probate and
regisier such claim for one year, will
bar the claim
This April 5th, 1911.
M. S. HALL, Administrator.
For Your Breakfast
Swift’s Premium
Bacon.
Sliced or in Piece.
Topp Grocery Co.
PURE FOOD GOODS
A TRIUMPH IN FOOD PRODUCTS
We sell and guarantee
Ferndell Goods
To Be Better.
Tkcy Give Satisfaction.
For sale by
TOPP GROCERY CO, Main St.
IF YOU ARE SURH
You are suffering from
KIDNEY TROUBLE
We are sure we have a Preparation that will aid you.
Rexftll Kidney Remedy
Is Guaranteed to satisfy. You absolutely take no risk i]
using this^medicine. Except To Get Well.
No Benefit, No Money Spent
Put up in Pill and Liquid form. Price 50c and.
Your Interest is Ours.
Pound-Kincannon-Elkin
* the busy druggists
Tupelo, <* Missi.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
The Journal is authorized to an
nounce the following gentlemen as
•:(ndidatf>R foe the offices named, sub
ject to the action of the democratic
iirimary in August. 1911:
For District Attorney:
JAMES A. FINLEY.
GEORGE H HILL
• JAMES A. CUNNINGHAM
C. A. BRATTON
For County Attorney
W A BLAIR
J. E. RANKIN.
For Senator, 38th District.
W. S. SHEFFIELD
For the Legislature.
E N PETTIGREW
ROBERT LEE HARRISON.
P. E. CAROTHER3
B. F. MOORE.
J. S. HOWERTON
F. H MITTS
R D GLADNEY
Floater Representative.
J M. SPRADLING.
T L McFERRIN
EB GARNER.
For Sheriff:
W. M. KELLY.
D W CLARK
GEORGE W LONG
W L PARKER
J. B RAINS.
WILL INMAN.
E R WILSON
J C BEAN
For Chancery Clerk.
JOHM M WITT
C L WEST
JOHN H. EPTING.
J. N. FRANCIS.
For Circuit Clerk:
d. e. McCarthy
JOHN M. BOGGAN.
R D PORTER
J. v. UU M MINUS.
W. W. THOMPSON.
GEORGE W. PATTON
JIM BUTLER
C. C. ARMSTRONG.
A O. McVAY
A L BURDINE
For Tax Assessor:
EUGENE FRANCIS
J. L. AUSTIN.
C. R. DAVIS.
SAM BURT
For Treasurer.
S D SHELTON:
H. E. PORTER.
J. A. CONLEE.
For Surveyor:
J. A. GLADNEY.
For Superintendeut of Education:
T. M. MILAM.
E P CLAYTON
For Supervisor, 1st District.
B F PARKER
C. C. CHRISTOPHER
A L MAGERS
For Supervisor, 2d District.
WILL MILA'I
F. M. ROPER.
MARION MARTIN.
F P. McNIELL.
For Supervisor, 3d District.
W T POUND
G O HERRING
S P. LAMB
J F. DILLARD
JOHN MORGAN.
For Supervisor, 4th District.
JCCALHOUN
W D McGAUGHY
E B MABRY
For Supervisor, 5t.h District:
W M ROBERTS
MARK CON WILL
W I HOLLY
.1 W BATTLE
I. B. COGGINS.
For Bailiff 2d District.
S. T. POWELL.
A L BROCK
J. T. DAVIDSON.
C A. KEYES.
WILEY M. JOHNSON
For Bailiff 3d District:
J L. SANDLTN. *
G W GARNER
STANLEY VAUGHN.
.1. J. FILGO.
G C. DAVIS.
For Bailiff 4th District.
SPURGEON S. MOORE.
T. N. LYLE.
•I C COGGINS
E M MAYNARD
JAMES T JOHNSON
For Bailiff. 5th District.
J W BUTIER
WILL C. JOHNSON.
G B McNEESE
For Justice o" the Feace, 2d District
J P YOUNG
For Justice of the Peace, 3d District.
A W HALL
G W. RITTER.
W E MORGAN
R H KENNEY
For Justice of the Peace,4th District.
J. C. BROWN
J. M. JONES
J M SAMPLE
J B GUNTER
F W REEDY
For Justice of the Peace 5th District.
L. M. RAMAGE.
T. G. DUPREE.
GEORGE W. PETTEY
k A. E. TANNER
Ik KEITH BARNETT
■k J A SMITH
«k J W SULLIVAN
S S YOUNG
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It the price of HUNT’S CURE. Thi* I
"price will be promptly refunded if it 1
doe* not cur* any case of , . 1
SKIN DISEASE
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| Big Things Doing at Spight & Hall’s j
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| For the Next TEN DAYS we are Going to Offer %
« Some Special Bargains Throughout the Store %
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& This has been a great Silk season, and we have sold down to a few patterns &
I and in order to close out the entire lot we are going to divide them into two %
§ classes and mark such very low prices on them they will sell at once. %
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CLASS NO. 1—Very fine Foulard in Pencil Stripes,
Dots, etc., in several of the new colors. _ _
Regular $1.00 grade. Sale price... / (/ C
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CLASS NO. 2—A general mixture of Foulards and Fancy
Taffetas. Some very good values. All $1.00 43*
goods. Going in this sale at. jjjj|
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$ If you are going to buy a Silk Dress this season it will certainly pay you !|
% to see these great Bargains. Come early and get first choice. |!
| STAPLES • - 1
$ Our Staple Department is in better shape than ever before, and we call $
^ your attention to the very low prices we are making in this department.
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Best Calicos at per yard...5c I
^ Good yard-wide brown domestic, 8c grade for.6£c
2 Good bleaching, 7Jc grade for.5c
^ Yard-wide bleaching, 8£c grade for.6£c
^ Hope Domestic.^,.7£c
Domestic, same as Lonsdale, at. 9c
10-4 Pep. Bleached Sheeting at.25c
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We want your business and if prices <j*
and good goods are what you want, %
you can certainly get them at Jj
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1SPII HT 4 HALL’S. The Peoples Store |
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Yoi ’ Spring Suit is Ready |
| This Store Controls the Exclusive Sale of ^
; Collegian Clothes, |
We are showing the largest range of Styles g
in the city, and best of all, we are Cheaper g
than the other fellow, dt & The price is S
$15 AND $20 A SUIT. |
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You’ll appreciate what Good Clothing is when ^
you see these. You cai see them any time J
the store is open. Seeing is Free. *2
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^ If you happen to need a new pair of Shoes see Hinds ^
& about the ^
1 $3.50 and $4.00 Bostonians. &
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® They are the best we know about. & & The new g
$ Straw Hats are beauties. g
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entertained the “As You Like beautifully decorated in butter in winning the first prize, a . .
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