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Those Who Come and Ho % Mrs. George McCardeil has returned aiie after a visit to Selma, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. McWhorter, of lue Springs, spent yesterday in the ty. Mr. L. M. Armour, of Mobile, Ala., in the city spending his vacation with 'iends. Mrs. Charles Thompson has returned ) New York after a visit to Mrs. H. . Parker. Mrs. John D. Hunter of Nettleton, as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. ack R. Jones Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Long are in St. ouis, where they will remain several ays enjoying a fall outing. Mrs. 1. H, Sprfcdling left Monday for reenwood Springs where she will re ain several days recuperating. Tupelo Chapter of the order of the astern Star will meet Tuesday night, ie 17th, at 7:30 p. m. All members . 1 1 u ... J c itqucaicu aucuu. Mrs. H. E. High, who has been the jest of her brother, A. H. Raymond, Kansas City, the past two weeks, •turned home last night. The State W. C. T. U. Convention ill meet in New Albany, Thursday, ct. 19th to 22nd. The State Presi •nt, Mrs. Kells, invites the Union to tend in a body. Miss Ruth Mullen was the charming stess Tuesday afternoon, when she tertained quite a number of little iends with their mothers, in honor of her first birthday. We had a pleasant call from Mr.' J. McCarty, who dropped in to pay his bscription and to have the paper sent a relative in Texas. Mr. McCarty jught with him a load of peas for lich he received $2 25 per bushel. Chester Curtis left Wednesday night ■Montgomery, Ala., where he will ce charge of the plant of Swift . Mr. Curtis has had charge of ift & Co., here for the past three |ars and has built ud an extensive finess in this territory. He will be aed by his family in a few weeks, regret to lose them as citizens of ! pelo. riday night the store of Ward & Mc lum, at Bissell, was burned, includ the stock of merchandise valued at )00. When discovered the fire had lamed such headway that it was im sible to arrest it or to save any por t of the stock. Insurance amount* to $3,000 was carried. The firm was iposed of Mr. T. J. Ward and Will folium and the loss falls heavily n them n Thursday afternoon at the home |tev. M. H. Armour, Miss Lynett jfcks was married to Mr. T. R. Walk 0 the presence of a few friends, ceremony was said by Mr. Armour, happy young conple are members eading families of Baldwyn, and here for the purpose of tying the tial knot. The bride is a charming accomplished young lady not yet of her teens. The groom is the of Mr. J. R. Walker and is in the y business in Memphis. Immed !y after the ceremony they took Frisco train for Memphis, their lire home. — m m I View* of Tupelo. he Journal takes pleasure in giouncing that it has finally fceeded in getting out the k of views of street scenes, idences and other points of ?rest in and around Tupelo. have gone to considerable iense and labor in getting out 5 work and we feel that we 1 be pardoned for saying that oes much credit to the office, town and the photographer, . J. J. Huffman. We endeav d to piesent every home and nt of interest and note in the ection and regret that every sry residence in the town does appear. ’his work was not gotten out free distribution nor with the w of making money for the ^?^e, but as an advertisement Lhe town. We have a limited nber and those who desire to ure a copy, or copies may do by calling at the office. Price cents, which barely covers i cost of the material. on’t fonret C. W. Hewitt is in the jtrical business. Wesley Sunday School "Class Entertainment. On Friday evening, Oct. 4>th. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Raymond threw open the doors of their beautiful new home to the Wes ley dlass of the M. E. church. The occasion was the celebra tion of the fourth anniversary. The artistic home had been decorated by artist’s hands. The reception hall and dining room were lovely in their setting oi trailing vines, feathery ferns anc pot plants, while /uses filled with magnificient roses, the Queen of flowers, shed their fra grance o’er the enchanted scene The class colors, red anc white, were in evidence,not onlj in bunting, but handsome car delabras held red and white can dies. May these ever be typica of the class—lives made pure bj the blood of Christ, shedding brightness until the end. The front veranda had been trans formed into a beauteous bowei where two of our rose bud girls; Misses Hoyt Raymond and Janie Troy, received the guests, re | questing each to write their name jin the registration book- Sixty nine were enrolled. They were then served to delicious punch by “charming Misses Raymond and Kincannon. Mrs. Raymond greeted each one with such a hearty welcome that they felt at home when once within her hos pitable walls. She was assisted in receiving by Mr. Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Will Robins and Mesdames Elkin and McGaughy. The meeting was called to or der in business session by the president, Mrs. J. B. Marmon, who presided with her usud grace and dignity. Minutes of the last meeting were read and approved A card of regrets from Mr. McClelland and a letter of thanks from Mrs. Williams, of the orphans home, Jackson, Miss., were read. Pray er by Mr. Ledyard, after whhh all joined in the class song, “Will There Be Any Stars In My Crown?” Reports from the dif ferent class officers and commit tees were read* showing faithful work. Miss Fannie Kimzey recited a beautilul original poem, “A Thought of Gold,” after which greetings from the Baptist Phil athea class were given by Miss Edmonds, in which she spoke of the Wesley class as “The Great Class” that had been an inspir ation to others. Greetings from the Wesley Class of Verona by Mrs. T. M. Clark. She likened the Alpha Wesley class to the “Great Stone Face” so beautifully portrayed Y\\r IToU’tViAfnn utai*o ing to become like it. Greetings from Loyal Woman’s Class, of Christian Sunday school, by Miss Fannie Kimzey. They see the Wesley class as a city set on a hill letting its light shine. After the business session— Thinking. “A little nonsense now and then is good for the best of men and wo-men.” The following program was rendered: Reading Mrs. F. Johnson. Son “Silver Threads Among The Gold”—Mesdames R. Clark, B. Weaverand Miss H. Raymond. Reading—Mrs. B. M. Weaver, Song—Miss H. Raymond, Song-Miss Kin<#pnon. Reading—Miss Naul. Music—‘‘The Song that Reach n/r.. «*-_v*_t a _ vu iuj w uaio« v* x avvo* The program was well render ed and the class thanks those whoso kindly took part, espec ially those from our sister chur ches, who so ably assisted in making the evening a success. The election of officers was next in crder, which resulted! as follows: President, Mr. J. R. Moore was unanimously elected. Vice-Pres ident, Mr. H. S. Williamson. Statistical Secretary, Mrs- S. B. Hinds, with Miss Lovie Walkei assistant, she having been elec ted for life. Recording Sc ere • t. \ ... . V ^ " - ' • ' MISS NELL HARRISON, SOUBRETT. COMING! COMING! COMING! RAYMOND’S BIG TENT THEATER CO. -ALL NEXT WEEK Entire Change of Repertorie Feature Band and Orchestra WILL BE LOCATED ON Main Street, East of M. O. Crossing PeopIcsBank&Trust Co. TUPELO, MISS., CAPITAL, - - $125,000.00 SURPLUS and PROFITS, 40,000.00 • ^ OFFICERS : J. J. ROGERS, President JJOHN M. ALLEN, Vice-Pres. M. E. LEAKE. Vice-Pres. S. J. HIGH. Cashier D. E. TURNER, Ass’t Cashier S. S. HARRIS, Ass’t Cashier LEE COUNTY’S LARGEST BANK Largest Capital. Largest Deposits Largest Board of Directors Largest Number of Stockholders Largest Number of Customers Largest Bank Building Largest Office Force Largest and Best Equipped Banking Room The Bank That Treats You Right On Improved Farm Lands 8 per cent, interest. 5 to 10 Years. For further information apply to 0. K. GARY. Tupelo. Miss Brick and Concrete Work. J. W. Norton does all kinds of Brick and Concrete work. Tel ephone (Stantonville) 184. 28 4t For Sale. 250 acres Coonewah bottom land. Ali in high state cultivation. Tiled and levied. J.-H. EAVES, Shannon, Miss. Great State Is Texas. Texas reaches from snow to sum mer, from snow to strawberries, from Icicles to tee cream, from skates to Juleps Because c train became stalled by snow In one part of Texas, do not forget that on the same day wanderers from the frozen north were eating strawberry shortcake and cream at five a throw and yard eggs at fifteen a dozen in heavenly Houston.—Hous ton Post. tary.Mrs. C. P. Chappell. Treas urep, Mr. D W. Robins. Chair 'man Flower Committee Mrs, H. C. McNutt. Chairman ... iok Out Committee,Mrs. W. C. Raymonu. Chairman Hotel Committee, Mr. W. F. Rayford. Chairman Ab sentee Committee. Mr. W. M Guthrie. After partaking of an ic course and engaging in a soc.a. hour the guests bade adieu to their charming host and hostess feeling that the pleasant mem ories of this evening will abide as long as days go rolling down the years and the "setting sun sends back its glancing beams to tinge the over arching sky.” X C. W. Hewitt announces that he is now in the Electrical business and so licits a share of your patronage. FOR RENT—Three nice connecting rooms, suitable for light housekeeping. Mrs. D. E. McCarthy, 315 Broadway street. 29-tf I ha e fini?h<d a cours in Hairdres sing, Braids, Pnffs, etc., and will be pleased to get your orders. Call on or ’phone your wants to Mrs. John Caruth, Tupelo. 19-tf If you are pale, weak, languid or anaemic, a few doses of Bloodine Liver pills will increase the supply and im prove the quantity of blood. Small pill, small dose, pleasant and never priDe Pound-Kincannon-Elkin Co.. Special Agents. / Farewell Constipation The Famous Hot Springs Liver Buttons Are In Town. Well! well! well! Here*s joy ful news to all who are slaves to constipation and all the miser able ailments that go with it. &t. Clair Drug Co, has at last secured the agency for Hot Springs Liver Buttons which are almost as well patronized by vis itor^ to Hot opryigs as the health givit?£ baths. Thousands of dozens sold yearly and this is the first year ever advertised. Nothing so good, so perfect ^act ing or so satisfying for consti pation or stomach, liver or bow el troubles. 25 cents a bojq you'll be Dee-lighted. Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. f Good News For The Boys ! | I THE BOYS’ SUIT SALE ! ! § \ Begins kt our store SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14TH | | LASTS 10 DAYS I I FREE! FREE! 1 ® with every boy’s Suit we give Free 8 * your choice of any boy’s hat in the ® 8 store. 325 boys Suits at cut prices. 8 8 Two piece Suits for boys, age 5 to 8 5 16 years. Suits from $2.50 up to © g $6.00. Every Suit of new Fall fab- ® 8 rics. Think of it! We will fit 8 S boys 14 years old and down Kin a £ 8 Su:t as cheap as £ © We Keep the Quality Up; It’s Prices We Cut! ;© Don’t pass up this clothing offer—good for 10 days only. X We buy and sell for cash, that’s why we sell for less, g Bring the cash with you, we don’t trade any other way.