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---—-rr . from the factory to our Wareroom. here in Tupelo. Thi. is without doubt the large* Snipped UireCl .hipment of SEGERSTROM Pianos ever received by any dealer in the Southern States, and will place before the people of thi. vicinity a collection of style, never before offered a, such readable pnce^ient ^ ^ ^ ^ fac(ory „ ,hip u» the,e Piano, by the car load is going to enable u, to offer to the people of Lee County and surrounding territory almost the entire output of the factory at the same price they would cost if purchased on the floor at Chicago. , This car load of piano, arrived la* week and are now on sale, giving you a chance to get a brand new 1 piano and not one that ha, stood for months in some city sales room and become shop worn.--- j Segerstrom Pianos are among the Best Pianos on the market today. The standard music guides of America will tell you about the Segerstrom Pianos. If you are in the market for a piano and want a good one, see ths Segerstrom here. _ CASH: If you expect to pay cash for a Piano, it will be money in your nocket to look over our stock before you buy. We have special offers to CASH buyers. The most attractive prices ever heard of for High Grac e ins rumen INSTALLMENT OR TIME> We will sell you a Piano and arrange the pay ments to suit you. A small payment and ^ tdQUyour fall one and two years, will carry a beautiful SEGERSiKOM i iainu royjiu home If you have children who are interested in a musical education, you^nee^ kpTano for practice; call and see us or write a card, we receive mail orders every day and will be glad to hear from you any time. If you are not read> to b j, write and tell us when you expect to be ready. A LETTER: to us will bring you information you should know if jou con ^opvwcht ■ - I template buying a Piano. Write us about it, give us an idea about how you wish to buy, for cash or on terms, and we will be glad to quote you or have our representative call on you. WRITE Eis. THE PLAYER-PIANO: Is the most wonderful invention of modern science, is so simple and easy to operate that a child can play the most difficult music written. It requires no knowledge of music to play the player-piano. Although it is just a mechanical machine, the operator is enabled by the use ot ' variation buttons to put human life and effect in the music. Every home should have a player-piano especially if there is no musician in the family, people who live miles from the Railroad and have no access to music schools can have right in their home an instrument on which they can play any music written. Do not read this advertisement and »y there is nothing to it, but come to our store and see for yourself, or play the instnunent, or write us and we will explain fully the workings of a Player-Piano, and how easy you can get one. HAYGOOD PIANO CO., Th<"Sm* Tupelo, Miss. ’ ‘Silver Tea and Antique Exhibit” Saturday, February 22, in cel ebration of Washington’s 181st birthday, Mary Stuart Chapter of the D. A. R. was given the courtesy of the lovely home of Mrs. W. G. Raymond on Main street, which was thrown, open to numerous guests who were present at the “Antique Exhib it and Silver Tea.” Master Arthur Berkley and lit tle Miss Cornelia Perkins, dress ed in beautiful costumes as Wash ington and Martha Washington were master and mistress of cer emonies, and on receiving line with them, also in dress costume, were Miss Bessie Kincannon and Frances Motlow. M ss Hazel Topp, a veritable Dolly Madison, and Miss Lucile Francis, a charming colonial maid, both bewitchingly gowned with powdered hair and beauty patches, were assisted in serving tea by Messrs. Geo. Maynard and Wilder Trice, from a table re splendent with antique silver and china, and decorated with the proverbial cherry tree and hatchet. In picturesque relief, Miss Nancy Cavett, gowned as a Pu ritan maid, sat by an old spin ning wheel which had done loy al service to the “lost cause made a picture not less sweet than the real Priscila spinning the trousseau to wed the famous “John” who was eventually en abled “to speak for himself.” Mr. Osborn Harper and Miss Linda Kincannon, dressed in fan cy Indian costumes, completec the spirit of the age and th< “eternal fitness” by posing or the stairway none other thar Hiawatha and Minnehaha. The large reception hall wa draped with striped star sprangl ed banners and the walls wer hung with ^historical portrait and stirring scenes of cblonis times, making a fitting baek ground for the priceless heir- ] looms, some of which had been handed down through four or five i generations. ! Rare old jewels, wedding gowns of rarest silk and satin, marvelous needlecraft of em broideries, laces, hand woven counterpanes and linens close on to the second century havf they been handed down in a of perfect preservation, ai too, there were silver knee buckles, ' brocaded satin waistcoats, Ma sonic regalia, epaulet swords and fire arms which had seen service at King’s Mountain and many other battles. What a rare privilege it was to look upon the spirit of material things down through the ages, bringing as it were the real dra matist personea into swift review upon a realistic stage of action filled with varying human pas sions of love and hate, fear and conflict. A repetition of emo tions which moves and actuates the results of the past. Our selves, the descendants of thes#e brave and loyal Colonial fathers, and as we looked upon the belov-1 ed flags of our “fatherland,” which so many thousands had followed and gave their blood in unison of heart and spirit we could sing: 4 ‘Praise the power that has made and preseved us a nation Then conquer we must. And this be our motto: In God we trust. '' And the Star Strangled banner In triumph shall wave Over the land of the free And the home of the brave.” i Mesdames Senter, Anderson and Miss Harper, our gifted sin i gers, sang the old songs we love so well. Little Bessie Kincannor 3 sang so sweetly “Betsy Ross. . The Misses Raymond/ furnishet e instumental music jthroughou the afternoon progri m. i credit is due the commit eff< 1 I ..■ . VIrs. J. R. Jones in carrying out ;he program and making the en ;ertainment the most brilliant iocial event of the season The chapter wishes to express ippreciation to Mrs. Raymond :or her gracious hosDitality, also ;o all who so kindly contributed leirlooms and antiques for the exhibit. The next regular meeting will 3e with Mrs. J. H. Ledyard on South Church street March 28. Miss Lela Dickson, Sec. The Journal’s job department can meet your needs intelligently. _ _^^ HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS Remedy Ends Constipation Don’t worfy and don’t take Calomel. Put your sluggish Liver in fine condition and get rid of sick headache, biliousness and dizzi ness. Get a box of the famous HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS of any worthy druggist to-day 25 cents. Gentle, blissful, wonderful workers they surely are; take one to-night and free the bowels from poisonous waste and gas. You’ll feel bright and happy to morrow. There’s nothing on earth so good for Gonstipation and stub born liver. Free Sample of HOT SPRINGS LIVER BUTTONS from Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. St. Clair Drug Co. special agent in Tupelo. Poultry and Eggs for Sale. Kellers trass Crystal White Orpingtor eggs $2.00 per 15. One pen of sever 1 (7) R. I. Red. Also 25 high class cocks and cockrels. Breeds: B. Orpington, B. P. Rocks R. C. White Wyandottes, I. R. Duel eggs, and a few pens of high clasi White Orpington hens. One 50-eg( Buckeye indubator cheap. '. PROVIDENCE POULTRY FARM, ’ 48 St Nettlston Misi *"* '--v - v 1 .ike the Coffee of Paris : You Can Drink It at Midnight Try French Market Coffee on your own table just once. Note its delicious aroma and flavor—its smoothness, its exhilaration. Drink several cups at midnight—compare it with other coffees. The Original French Blend FRENCH Market Coffee is the identical old French blend, brought to New Orleans by immigrants from Paris over a hundred years ago. Tourists and travelers know it. They rarely fail to visit the old French Market, when in New Orleans, to drink cup after cup of the marvelous coffee that has made the French Market world-famous. Until the establishment of the French .Market Mills and the perfecting of the new, air-tight, hermetically-sealed package, genuine trench Market Coffee could be had nowhere else. But now we are able to place this historic blend —this delicious French coffee, in your grocer’s hands, ready for your instant call. Unlike Ordinary Coffees WE import direct in original bags the fa mous Pan-American coffees, including the famous Blue Mountain Coffee of Ja maica, the choice of Gua temala, Caracas and Bogota. This comes in ships, through warm summer seas. No cold climates affect, injuriously, the •.delicate coffee beans. The very choicest product, the fine private-estate grown coffee, is bought by the French Market Mills. These fine coffees are correctly combined in exactly the right blend and proportion. It takes almost twice as long to roast French Market Coffee as it does ordinary coffee. Yet all the flavor and aroma—all the refresh ing and stimulating qualities of the coffee are retained and intensified. Packed in Air-Tight Tins THUS we deliver to your grocer genuine French Market Coffee—this coffee like you get in Paris or Vienna in all its fresh ness and unequaled flavor. Beware of Imitations YOU will be offered “French” coffee stated to be “The same as French Market Coffee.” You must be careful to see that the pic ture of the old French Market, with the name “French Market Coffee,” is on the label. This is the only genuine French Market Coffee. g Try it once and you’ll agree “There is only one real old French Market flavor. FRENCH MARKET MILLS (New Orleans Coffee Company, Ltd., Proprietors) NEW ORLEANS (?« Non-Resident Notice. State of Mississippi. ^ , To Mary James, iNodeno, Ark., Defendant. You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the county of Lee. m said State, on the 3rd Monday of April, A. D„ 1913, to defend the suit in said Court of Jim James for divorce, wherein you are a defen ^This 18th day of February, A. D., 1913. John M. Witt, Clerk. Boggan & Leake. Solicitors coraplt. 48-3t FOR SALE—l coal or, wood stove. In good condition. Reason for selling, oartyis patting in a Hajfhec Electric ,,Raiig.c.., A*>ply »t this ••cc, .^tf'. Non-Resident Notice. State of Mississippi. To Rosa Brunson, post office unknown, De fendant. * You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Lee, in said State, on the 3rd Monday of April, A. D., 1913, to defend the suit in said Court of Frank Brunson for divorce, wherein yon are a defendant. This 13th day of February, A. D., 1913. John M. Witt, Clerk. Anderson & Long, Solicitors complts 48-3t If you would strike a man fa vorably never hit him in the vi cinity ’6f the jocketbook.