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BUILDING MATERIALS The sash, trim, doors, mantles, lumber, etc., you need for the job can be supplied you by us at best prices! “We Pay the Frieght.” If it’s an out of town job, we can lay down the material for the same prices you’d pay at the yard. Let us quote you. ; LEAKE & GOODLETT, Tupelo, Mississippi Both Phones 194 [Local Happenings jj Those Who Come and Qo !! Mise Haygood, of Guntown, was a visitor to Tupelo Wednesday. The Misses Lowry, of Belden, were -visitors to Tupelo Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Finley, of Sherman, visited relatives here Tuesday. Henry Cruber, of the Second district, was down on business Wednesday. Mrs. W. C. Hinds, of Guntown, is the guest of relatives here this week. Mr. J. N. McCord and Mrs. Sam Mc Cord, of Palmetto, spent Wednesday here. W. H. Clifton, Esq., of the Aberdeen bar, was here Monday en route to Fulton. Mrs. Baker, of Monroe county, is the guest of her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Baker. Sam Allen, representing the Iuka Grave Company, was here Monday on business for his company. W. C. Burt and Lee Abernathy, prom inent business men of Belden, were down ou business Tuesday. Will Threlkeld, Road Commissioner of the Second district, was down on official business Wednesday. Mr. C. C. Armstrong and Miss Lizzie Armstrong, of Verona, were visitors here Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Parks, of the Sec ond district, were among the many visitors to Tupelo Wednesday. Clyde Burke, who holds a responsible position with a lumber firm in Mem phis, is on a visit to his mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Howerton and daughters, of Chappleville, were visi tors to Tupelo the first of the week. The Journal office was favored Mon day morning by a pleasant call from Messrs. Davis and Goodwin, of Brewer. Mrs. S. R. Russell and children have returned after a visit of several weeks to Mrs. Russell’s old home in Ten nessee. S. W. Newell, representing Ginn & Co., spent several days during the week in Atlanta, returning home Wednesdny morning. Marion Parker, of the firm of Austin, Parker & Co., of Mooresville, was over on business connected with his firm Wednesday. Mr. J. R. Poe and daughter, of the Fifth District were here Tuesday, the latter being en route to Birmingham, Ala., to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Frazer left Mon day for their home in Winfield, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. Frazer spent the past six weeks in Colorado and stopped over on their return home. Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Hunter and son, Herbert, have moved to Tupelo and are now occupying the residence on Church street recently vacated by J. H. Ledyard. The friends of the family are gratified to have them return after an absence of nine years. H. L. Robins, who has been on a visit to his relatives here for the past two weeks, left Tuesday for Kansas City. Mr. Robins is the traveling representa tive of the Indiana Silo Co. for the State of Arkansas. The firm has a branch house at Kansas City. Mr. A. S. Holder lett last Friday for Winchester, Tenn., where he goes to visit his mother. Mr. Holder is seventy eight years old and his mother is near ing the century mark. The latter still lives in the home where her son was born. Mr. Holder’s friends here wish for him a pleasant visit. Little Ruth Stuart Clayton on the 27th of September celebrated her sixth birthday. Quite a number of her little playmates aud friends responded to in vitations to join her in the pleasures of the afternoon, and the occasion will not soon be forgotten. Games that al ways delight the hearts of the little ones furnished amusement for the af ternoon. There wa3 a perfect shower of gifts, including toys and other evi dences of friendship and I6ve for the little honoree. Delicious refreshments were served. CAR LOAD of BUGGIES—Top Bug gies, Runabouts and Surries. ^Trice Raymond Hardware Co. 26 The above is a likeness of Capt. Geo. V. Geesey, command ant at Tupelo Military Institute Captain Geesey is a member of one of the oldest and most prom inent families in Northern Ohio. He is a graduate of the first-class high school at West Unity, Ohio; he studied one year in the Tri State College at Angola, Ind., and was recently graduated from the Wesleyan University, of Del aware, Ohio, with the degree of B. A. He had four years of mil itary science‘and three years ser vice in the Ohio State Militia. He is twenty-seven years of ge and has had four successful years of experience in teaching. Captain Geesey comes most high ly recommended. Mutual Culture Club On Friday afternoon, October 3d, the Mutual Culture Club was delightfully entertained at the residence of Mrs. John Baker. The guests, on arriving, were most cordially greeted by the hostess. Promptly at three o’clock the meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. McNutt, who announced that the work of the club for the following year would be a study of South ern writers. After the reading of the minutes, Mrs. Windham directed the following program: Subject—Thomas Dixon, Jr. Sketch of the Life of Thomas Dixon—Mrs. Trice. Selection from “The Leopard’s Spots”—Mrs. Turner. “The Reign of the Clan” — Mrs. St. Clair. “A Galaxy of Southern He roes”—Mrs. Perkins. Mrs. Clopton delighted the _____1:_ auuicuuc vviiu a icaumg. The table talk for the after noon—“Reminisences of the Old South” was thoroughly enjoyed, i as we all love to hear of the “Good old times before the war.” During the social hour Mrs. j Baker, assisted by Mrs. Cole man, Mrs. McGee and Mrs. David Harkey, served delicious refreshments in two coures. Mrs. F. L. Spight, Recording Sec. Mr. Dozier Anderson, who has been in the Baptist hospital in Memphis for the past two months, was brought home Saturday by his nephew, Charlie Anderson, and is now at his uncle’s, Mr. J. G. Dozier. Mr. Anderson is still unable to walk and will be for some time ,^et. Considering the ex-1 perience he ha9 had with his limb, he is getting on well, and it is now believed by his physicians that within six months he will be able to walk without the aid of crutches. _ Wanted—A car load of poultry and eggs each week till October 1st. See me before you sell. Asa W. Allen Co., Tupelo or Dorsey. I To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the Cough and Headache and works off the Cold, j Druggists refund money ii it fails to cure. . fi. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c. Congressman Fred. Britian. of Chicago, has introduced a bill in the lower house to prohibit the killing and inter-state shipment of any calf under the age of two years. The Congressman sees in the slaughter of calves a great waste and his bill, if passed, would materially aid in solv ing the question of the scarcity Bill Receivable $ 43,661.30 Bonds - 16,260.07 Furn. Fix. and Exp. 2,300.00 Cash and Sight Ex. 37,856.24 $100,077.61 of beef. The bill should be amended so as to prevent also the shipment of that class of cat tle unfit for food which is now finding its way to the markets. LOST—One Liver Tick Pointer Log about three years old, named “Troy.” When last seen, about Sept 5th, had on a collar with my name on it, but very dim. Please return to me for re ward. W. P. Long, Tupelo, Miss. _ _ TheBankofShannon October 8, 1913 Capital Stock $ 15,000.00 Surplus - 2,500.00 Undivided Profits 1,599.82 DEPOSITS - 80,977.79 $100,077.61 It is with pardonable pride that we call the attention of our friends to the above statement. You will note that we show no overdrafts and no bills payable, and we also ask you to pleaae note the Cash, Sight Ex change and Deposits. EIGHTY THOUSAND DOL LARS DEPOSITS. And when this bank was opened one of our friends (?) remarked that “the little old Shannon Bank would never have an average deposit of five thousand dollars.” The success of this institution is due to our friends and we thank you most cordially for your support. Yours very truly, Bank of Shannon M. M.-MILLER, Cashier The new postoffice erected by ] the Federal government at Cor inth, Miss., was opened Monday- j The building cost $65,000. J j — ' 1 Bond Sale. State of Mississippi. Lee County. Supervisors * Court. In the matter of the petition of N. H.Crenshaw, et al. No. 40. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Super visors of Lee County, Mississippi, will on the first i Monday in November. 1913, within lawful hours, I in front of the court house in the city of Tupelo, j Mississippi, offer for sale to the highest bidder for I cash, the bonds of Supervisor’s District No. One j 1 I (1) of said county, in the sum of Forty Thousand i < Dollars ($40,000.00). Said bouds being issued and j 1 sold for the purpose of constructing roads in said i s district in accordance with chapter 149 of the laws J of 1910. No bids for said bonds will t*> considered j J which is for less than par and accrued interest to j* I date of delivery of the bonds and payment for ; < j same. Each bidder will be required to furnish ! r | certified check for $1000.00 as evidence of good • g j faith. Said sale to be made at public outcry by the clerk of said Board. Bonds are in the denomi- ] ; nation of $500.00 each and are to be sold to bear as j low rate of interest as can be obtained not to ex ceed 6 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. < This the 7th day of October, 1913 B F PARKER, President of Board of Supervisors. • J M Witt, Clerk of Board. I Notice of Public Works. Notice is hereby given that, on the first Monday in November, 1913. at the court house in the city > of Tupelo, within lawful hours, the road com missioners of the Third Supervisors District of Lee County, Mississippi, will let to the lowest and best bidder, or bidders, contracts for the con struction of the following roads in said district, to wit: About two miles on Tupelo and Marietta road. About two miles on Aberdeen and Saltillo road. About one mile on Pontotoc and Tupelo road. I Said roads are to be graveled and the last men tioned is also to be graded. Flans and specifica tions are on file with the Clerk of the Board of j Supervisors of said county. All bids should be i [ sealed and filed wfith the said clerk on or before I noon of the above date, and certified check for - ! $500.00 must be filed with each bid as evidence of | good faith. This the 7th day of October, 1913. D W ROBINS, H B HEARD, f T E WHITESIDES. Commissioners 1 Notice. I Notice is hereby given that the Board of Super- ^ visors of Lee County. Mississippi, on the first * Monday of November, 1913, at the court house in c the city of Tupelo, will receive bids in behalf of a the Fourth Supervisors District, for the purchase of mules to be used in road work and will also of fer for sale certain mules now on hand, to the I highest and best bidders. It being the intention _ of said District to sell some of the mules and to purchase others that may be offered on said date. J. M. WITT. Clerk. } .i- ■= I i ] ( ] I i \ Is Offering the Following Special Prices: i ■ « 25c Brooms - - 18c 6 pounds Good Coffee - 98c 50c bottle Olives - - 42c 30c bottle Olives - * 22c 10 lb. can Velva Molasses - 52c Old Mammy Lye Hominy - 07c I Old Mammy Kraut - 09c I Watch next week’s issue for further* prices. We can save you money on all groceries. >• >' Both Phones 311 ^Irj^^Packag^f^OiOTTEN^^Coffee^J y . . y- y 3; .:i.- ’y.y ■ ■'■•y " - r <r ■ , ’ . . /y y.y,. • •- ■ " ' y yy y;/ > s, ■ xi* . . yyy ■y--y r .• ... ■ ■ ■ - - .———---— Notice of Purchase of Supplies Notice is hereby given that the Board of Super iors of Lee County, Mississippi, will on the first londay of November, 1913, at the court house in he city of Tupelo, Mississippi, receive bids and ward contracts to the lowest and best bidders or furnishing the county, or each of the Super isors Districts in said county, with supplies for forking roads, including road drags and other mplements, corn and feed stuff for the teams forked on said roads; am' ill other supplies of very kind necessary in such work. J M WITT, Clerk. i F Parker, President. Notice of Sale of Live Stock. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Super visors of Lee County, at the court house door in he city of Tupelo, will offer for sale for the Sec nd Supervisors District in said county, on the irst Monday of November, 1913, to the highest ,nd best bidder, four head of mules and harness or same, said mules belonging to the Second listrict and being used in road work All bids should be sealed and on file with tht lerk of the Board of Supervisors on or before loon of the date above mentioned. The Board re erves the right to reject any and all bids. J M WITT, Clerk. i F Parker. President. Classified Ads. Rates in this column 5c per line Nothing less than 25 cents | Real Estate. FOR SALE—My residence in Ve ona with sixty acres ot land. Mrs. ames Kincannon, Tupelo, Miss. For Rent. FOR RENT:—Three connecting rooms * or light housekeeping.—Mrs. J. R. 1 )abbs, 552 Jefferson. J FOR RENT—New nine room, two- \ UJl j nvucc uij m uui ouu uou i t nd three lavatories. Hot and cold | ?ater. Ash dumps to chimneys. | creened throughout. For particulars ' % pply to J. R. Dabbs. 24-tf For Sale. FOR SALE:—Second hand buggy. Vill sell cheap or trade for corn. Ap ly at this office. CAR Load of BUGGIES—Top Bug les, Runabouts and Surries. Trice lay mond Hardware Co. 26 Investigate our partial payment plan n Diamonds and Jewelry.—Pound Uncannon-Elkin Co., Jewelry Depart nent. To Exchange. We will take your surplus stock or my kind of produce in exchange for wagons, buggies, mowers, rakes, etc. Asa W. Allen Co., Tupelo of Dorsey. Fire Insurance. FJVE HUNDRED MILLION DOL LARS—Combined Assets of Companies f this office represent more than 500,000,000. Savery’s Fire Insurance igency. Hauling and Draying. Good teams, careful drivers. Special ttention to moving pianos. W. I. trown. Both phones. 9 Furniture Furniture t t ! • • • We announce the lar o-pfit. stock of furniture ever brought to this mar ket. J * We buy in such large shipments we give you benefit of close prices and assortment to buy from. i We handle only reliable class of furniture and you get exactly what you buy. We extend a cordial in vitation to all to visit our store and promise a hearty welcome. Make our store your headquarters. W. E. Pegues W. H. BERRY, Manager ^..