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Attraction WITH Band and Orchestra A Repertoire of High Class and Royalty Plays. the: best ofthe season The W. H. Lewis Amusement Company OFFERS MISS EVA LEWIS and THE LEWIS STOCK COMPANY, THE PEER OF THEM ALL AT THE BIG TENT ALL NEXT WEEK LOCATED ON MAGAZINE STREET COMMENCING MONDAY, MAY 19 Opening Play “The Millionaire and the Servant Girl.” PRICES: Children 15 Cents and Adults 25 Cents Six Vaudeville Specialties Between Acts fvERONA IhAPPEnTnGS j | Interesting News Items Gathered by our Correspondent g Jess Gullett, of Palmetto, was upon our streets Tuesday. T. F. Kyle, of Palmetto, trans acted business here Thursday. W. G. Moses attended the Field meet at Aberdeen Friday. R. W. Garmon attended the Field meet at Aberdeen Friday. V. C. Kincannon spent a few hours here with friends Satur day. John Rankin, of Tupelo, made an official trip to our city Thurs day. Wallace Mabry, of Planters ■ville, was upon our streets Wed nesday. Mrs. W. C. Spencer attended the U. D. C. meeting at Tupelo last week. L. D. Evans, Jr., of Planters ville, transacted business here Wpdnesdav. Mrs. G. W. Clark returned from several day’s visit to West Point Friday. Mrs. G. M. Clark attended the Christian Convention at West Point last week. Mr. Nix, Frisco agent of Plantersville, was a visitor to our city Wednesday. Robt. Stovall, of the Third dis trict, spent Wednesday and Thursday in our city. Among those attending the U. D. C. meeting in Tupelo was W. S. Johnson, of this city. Mrs. F. L. Kincannon, Jr., and Miss Winnie Clark were shopping in Tupelo Tuesday. F. N. Johnson was among those from here attending the State Field meet at Aberdeen. Mrs. M. C. Clark and little daughter, Carolyn, spent a few hours in Tupelo Tuesday between trains. Mesdames Lowry and Stratton and Miss Margaret McElsay spent the afternoon in Okolona luesaay. i Mrs. D. H. Clark and Miss Winnie Clark were among those who went to Tupelo Wednesday evening of last week to the U. D. C. meeting. F. D. Thomas, now holding the rank of Lieutenant in the army, left Saturday for the Phil ippines. Lieut. Thomas was born and reared here from early childhood and showed evidence of many noble traits of which all round manhood is composed. Among the young men who have grown up and left our little city to make a reputation for them selves and Verona there is none of whom we have higher hopes or feel more justly proud than of Lieut. Thomas, and Verona is not afraid to risk her reputa tion in any foreign port in Lieut. Thomas’ hands. We wish for him everything that goes for success. VERONA CHURCH DIRECTORY Preaching services at the Methodist Church every 1st and 3rd Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 d. m. by Rev. A. W. Langley. ' Preaching services at the Bap tist Church every 2nd Sunday at; 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by Rev. J. | A. Ro ers. Preaching services at the Presbyterian Church every i 4th Sunday at 11 at, m. and 7 p. m. by Rev. J. D. Hunter. Sunday School at the Metho dist and Baptist Churches at 10 a. m. every Sunday. Prayer services are held alternately ev ery Thursday evening at the Methodist and Baptist Churches. A most cordial welcome will be accorded anyone wishing to at tend any of the services at any of the churches. SHANNON. Miss May Evan Sykes has re turned to her home in Boone ville after spending the winter here as first assistant in the High School. Mrs. T. A. Abernathy and children are in Parchman where they are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Abernarhy. Mrs. Dave Clark and little daughter, Annie Laurie, have re turned from a ten days visit to relatives in Corinth. Miss saran ijocxery ieii ior her home in Hernando few days since. Mr. T. F. Ramage, who died in Columbus Saturday was buried here Sunday afternoon, Rev. John Hunter, of Nettleton, con ducted the funeral services. Dr. S. C. Spencer went to Tu pelo Tuesday morning. Miss Lydia McDowell has re turned to her home in Flora, Miss. The closing exercises of the school took place at the school auditorium last week. The ex hibits far exceeding all expec tations. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Trice, of Okolona, spent Sunday as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tandy Trice. Prof. W. 0. Beaty carried the boys of 9th and 10th grades on a fishing trip to Tom Bigby. Rev. W. 0. Wagoner is also help ing to look after the boys on this outing. Sumner - Riley. On Sunday afternoon, May 5th, at 3:30 o’clock, at the home of the bride «even miles east of Nettleton, quite a pretty wed ding was witnessed when Miss Mamie Riley was led to the altar by Mr. Norbin Sumner and joined together in holy wedlock bv Rev. Burns, of Nettleton. The home was beautifully dec orated with white and pink roses. The bride wore a beauti ful chiffon voil over white satin and carried a shower bouquet of roses and ferns. Miss Riley is th^ daughter of Mr. John Riley, and has been teaching in the public schools of Monroe county for the past few years, while Mr. Sumner has been quite a successful teacher in Lee county. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner were the recipients of many nice presents, consisting of linens, silver and chinaware. They will be at their new,home near Nettleton after the 10th. We wish for them a long and happy life, with God’s blessings to be upon them. A Friend. SHERMAN DOTS. Miss Annie May Peasley is the guest of her grand-parents at Poplar Springs this week. Miss Annie Hancock attended the commencement exercises at Ecru Wednesday of last week Miss Sullivant, of Kosciusko, was the guest of Mrs. J. W. Gillespie Friday. Mrs. Pink Boone, of Belden, visited her sister, Mrs. R. P. Finley, Monday. Miss Gladys Richardson is spending the week with Miss Janie Adams, of Chesterville. Miss Janie Smith visited Tu pelo Thursday. Miss Lucille Sullivant, who has formerly taught music at Ecru, is the guest of her many friends here this week. Dr. W. B. Phillips and Prof. D. C. Langston visited Tupelo Sunday. King Wade, who has been at tending a medical college in Memphis, is at home to spend his vacation. The many friends of Miss Mabel Scruggs are pleased to see her back home for vacation. Mitchel Kelly returned from a visit to his brother at Gatman Monday. Miss Myrtle Powell, of Poplar Springs, is visiting her sister here. Great progress is being made on the Sunday school rooms that are being added to the Baptist church. Mr. Nabors, of Waller yille, is superintending the work. The following residences are being constructed at this place: Mr. D. T. Yates, by Mr. R. P. Finley; Mrs. Sallie Kelly’s and Mr. W. T. Brown’s by Mr. S. P. Caldwell. Dr. W. A. Smith is also having a brick store built. Mrs. Edgar Thurman and two children, Estelle and Harry, who have been residing here during the school session, left for their home in the delta Wednesday. Misses Blanche and Pab Jones visited Tupelo Saturday and Sun day. Mr. Lowery, of Belden, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. Nannie Lewellen is the guest of her niece, Mrs. W. B. Phillips, this week. • Prof. N. C. Moncrief and wife, of Maben, are the guests of rela tives here this week. Miss Etta Wade returned Thursday from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Norton, of Tupelo. Auto Contestants Attention. On Saturdays, May 10th, 17th, 24th and 31st, we are going to give 1000 votes with each $1 cash purchase at both our stores (Drug and Jewelry.)The purchase must amount to $1 or above, when under $1 we will only give the usual number of votes. Pound-Kincannon-EIkin Co. VVVVffWWW'ffTOVVWVWVWVTOWW'OTW’PWVW * **%>o<KV)Onr*uVx%M%*V>o<*%«%*)<*%ioin%MM>o<*Vir*io»«%«oi*»*%* **%<ir**«*»ioir«ir«»> TOPP’S x | x We sell the following Standard Brands, x 0 They are not “just as good” but they 6 x are the Best: x X X X X M M gj 8 Red Cross Shoes 8 American Lady Corsets K 8 Burlington Hosiery § Athena Underwear - 8 Red Seal Ginghams 8 Toiie du Norde Ginghams 8 Educator Shoes Edwin Clapp Shoes K Crossett Shoes K Longley Hats | B. V. D. Underwear K Peter Hill Underwear K Carhartt Overalls § 55 54 gK854K54KK854545554K54KKK545455 An Opportunity Never to be Had in Tupelo Before The man who will sell to you for cash at cash price. You have had the chance to pay cash before, but was offered no inducement to do so. Save 10 to 30 per cent By Buying for Cash I have no accounts to lose, and do not make the man ‘ who pays cash pay the profits of the loss on the man who fails to pay. EXCLUSIVE CASH GROCERY STORE 1 want your business on a cash basis, but do not ask us to charge you with any article; you will be refused regardless of rating or other financial influence. LOCATED ON NORTH SPRING STREET (ASA W. ALLEN BUILDING) A visit to my place will be appreciated, and the prices quoted you by anyone in the store will convince you that it will be to your interest to place your business with AFFIDAVIT STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ) j LEE COUNTY f Personally appeared before me, G. M. Crane, a Notary Public in and for said county and state, Frank Miller, who, being duly sworn on oath deposeth and says that he will not, nor will he allow any clerk in his store, to sell any article in the store on a credit. Further says that every customer making a purchase in his store will receive cash discount as advertised ahnvp i FRANK MILLER. Sworn to and subscribed to before me, this the 9th day of May, 1913. G. M. CRANE, Notary Public.