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.._ ■■ BBH-1.. ■■.-JL ....MLHLLL.i-.L ,___—___-_____:_______——,— ir:'M ^3 '■ • ■ • • • ' # # W: ftpl QAME oak hub as other wagons, with steel compressed band over hubs, rein- ^ f ^ forced where needed. Hubs cannot rot or burst. Fellows rivited on each ||1 | . side of every spoke and can not split. Tire rivited on. Lots of other extras to make I Ilf this the Best Wagon Made. And yet it cost you no more than other wagons not as g 111 good. We have all sizes, and if you want a good log wagon, give us your order for it, Sf or any other special wagon, and we will have it made and here for you quick. It is only for you to see to be convinced. ■* i If You Need a Wagon See Us Before You Buy 1 I What Funds from Sale of Red Cross Christmas Seals Make Possible. r 1 .»! f That every county shall pro vide a hospital for the advanced cases, this being mo3t important not only from a humane stand point but from the selfish stand point of protection to ourselves and others from this disease. That every city in the State shall provide for the following: 1 1st A free Tuberculosis Dis noncaru txrViprp tVinsiP linflhlp to pay a physican can be examined by an expert without charges. 2nd. A visiting nurse, at tached to the Dispensary, to visit and help the needy in their homes. > 3rd. Proper and sufficient re lief, i. e., food, clothing, fuel, rent, etc., for poor consumptives and their families. 4th. An out of doors camp for treatment of consumptives. Because these things are not i.t present provided, more than three thousand die each year in Mississippi. But, according to reports from headquarters in Jackson, regarding the intense interest that is already being evincod by towns throughout the State in the sale of the Christ mas Seals, it looks as though Mississippians are waking up to the necessity of such provision. Christmas Seals can be had bv telephoning Mrs. Fletcher John son, who is chairman of the com mittee for their sale in Tupelo. The scenes of “The Goose Girl,” which will be one of the early attractions here, are laid in a mythical German kingdom ' and admit of elaborate stage adornment. A massive produc-j tion is carried by Baker & Castle, j the producers, painted by the i well known New York scenic ' artists, Dodge & Castle, from whose studio came such suc cesses as “the Rose Maid,” “The Merry Widow,” “The Spring Maid." etc. The plot of “The Goose Girl” unfolds clearly and ; is replete with action, thrills j and laughter. It is noticable that a majority of those who are so squeamish in r egard to their county incurring debt for good roads, are not much worried about their per sonal obligations. — Aberdeen Examiner. niifi.inr ViirrVi nrvct f livifior a grocery shower for bridegrooms would soon become popular ! among all classes. I >• — The Commercial Appeal’s esti mate of the 1912-13 cotton crop | is 13,595,000 bales, exclusive of linters. Swep Taylor was elected may or of Jackson by a majority over two opponents. T. J. Jourdan the old reliable Jewel er and Optician is in the back end of the Peoples Bank. TUPELO FOLKS ASTONISH DRUGGIST We sell many good medicines but, we are told the mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as * Adler i-ka, is the best we eyer sold. Tupelo folks astonish us daily by telling us how QUICKLY this bowel and stomach remedy helps. Many report that JUST A SINGLE DOSE of this simple new remedy relieves sour stomach, gas on on the stomach and constipation. We are glad we are agetts fir Adler-i-ka. Pound-Kincannon-Elkin Co. 5 You’ll Never Feel Really Right Until You Try the Gentle, Safe, Sure Hot Springs Liver Button*. Now soid in Tupelo by all live druggists are HOT: SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS from famous Hot Springs, Arkansas, where thousands are being cured every month. Get a 25 cent box today; take one little Button tonight and be cheerful all day tomorrow. Take them for indigestion; to drive away the poisonous secretions from the stomach and bowels; take them for sourness, gas, coated tongue, biliousness, dizzi ness, sick headache and for sal low, pimply skin. They never fail. You need them — you’ll never care to bother with com mon purgatives and cathartics a^ain. For free sample write Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. St. Clair Drug Co., special acAnt. in Tunelo. Telephone Cumberland 15 or Stan tonville 212 when you need a plumber. All work guaranteed' L. S. Kendrick. Trustee’s Notice of Sale. t >j" .. i ' By virtue of a certain Trust Deed to me ex ecuted as Trustee on the 1st day of March, 1912, by Oscar Martin to secure a certain in debtedness therein mentioned to Van Richard son, which’ is duly reco-ded in the office of the Chancery'Clerk of Lee County, Mississippi, in Trust Deed Book 91, page 510,. said indebt edness being past due, and at the request of the bene iciaiy therein, I will, on the 7th day of December, 1912, within legal hours, at the Court House in the City of Tupelo, sell to the highest bidder for cash the following described property, to-wit: Part of the southeast quarter of section two, township seven, range six, bounded as follows: Commencing at a stake at tne southwest corner of the W. A Tyson lot, running v ith the ra vine south eighteen rods to a stake, thence east fourteen rods to a stake, thence north eighteen rods to a line of the said Tyson lot, thence along the line of said lot fourteen rods to, the point of beginning. Said ]ot being in the town of Baltwyn, aforesaid State and County. Said above described property being the same as is known as the Dave Richardson home place. The note secured by the above described trust deed having been given by the said Oscar Martin as a part of the purchase money of said place. The title to said property is believed to be good, but 1 sell and convey only as Trustee. 33-4t E. C. SHARP, Trustee. How Perfectly Natural for members of the fair sex to seek to enhance their _ natural grace “and charm , H " ty fashionable dress and a ! judiciour 1 SELECTION OF JEWELS i Go to the Dry Goods Es tiblishment, the Milliner and the Dressmaker for the former. Come here for the latter OUR STOCK CONTAINS. All That Is Desirable AT CORRECT PRICES A. A. TAYLOR Jeweler, Optician Phone 175 Tupelo, Miss*. i _ _ . SILYER_£VOON COFFEE Bristling good humor and even control of your nerves is imparted in your early cup of Silver Moon Coffee. Complete satisfaction is in the taste. The tempting aroma of Silver Moon Coffee is hermetically sealed in tins which retain the seductive aromatic flavor you so enjoy in every cup, and every pound is guaranteed full 16 ounces. A word to your grocer will bring this out btst cofftt to you. IN ONE AND THREE POUND CANS -d Pacfccdby QiJVER-^Wffi^CO^Memphfe^Te^* ^ I I No more || This 10c 1| Baking Powder is PURE B Oliver Twist Baking Powder H| is made of leavening elements, B rich in food value. The small B amount required for ail baking rfl purposes is a proof of its B strength and purity. (OLIVER | TWIST I BAKING POWDER. J} Gives cakes that fine, even texture 19 which is secured only when thoroughly flB leavened and baked. It makes light M biscuit and wathea. It is tasteless in food. It conforms to all pure food laws. The moisture proof tins protect its strength CTraTlrMi and purity. 'rest it. Otivtr Twist Baking Powder WL in pound tin* S 10c I At Tour Grocer’s Hade by Oliver-Fmnie Co. H MEMPHIS, TENN. §| Now in the time to have your Old Shoes Fixed -—by ALDRIDGE The Shoemaker ' 200 Troy Street PALE CHEEKS OR ROSY ONES. Pale eheeka, muddy complexion, dull ayes show a poverty of blood. Blood ne Liver Pills, will drive the impuri ies from the system, and enable your iaily food to supply new, rich, red dood and rosy cheeks. Bloudine Pi la •ure Liver Ills. — Pound-Kincannon-El in Co., Agents. We give our entire attention to clock, atch and spectacle repairing. Will ive von satisfaction. In back rooms Peonies Bank.—T. J. Jourdan.