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The Tupelo journal. (Tupelo, Miss.) 1876-1924, January 02, 1914, Image 5

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Comus Theatre
Monday Night
January 5, 1914
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Ed W. Rowland and Edwin Clifford (Inc.) A new Production of Human Interest
I Founded upon an emblem of Purity
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£ H K I\V/>jAi\ X and Boston Success
By Edward E. Rose
A Great
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Written and Staged by the Author of More Successes than any other Playwriter in the
Prices 25 cents to $1.00
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The Classic Event of the Season j
f** _ Theatre
LOmUS Friday, January
An entertainment unique and wonderful, which has
great drawing powers, Acclaimed the musical Event of
of the Season wherever they have appeared==last year
several special trains were run for their benefit. Scoring
the greatest successes everywhere. Many places mati=
nees were necessary to accomodate the crowds wishing to
hear this great choir.
The finest and best, and most impressive singing I have
ever heard.—Rev. J. Whitcomb Brougher, Los Angeles, Cal.
Unsurpassed in the Musical History of Los Angeles.—
Members Trinity Church, Dec. 1911.
The Welch Choir is magnificent, they are perfectly
splendid and you may say I said so.—Melba.
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Tupelo People Should Feel Proud that We are able
to have Such an Entertainment in our City.
Prices:—50cts, 75cts and $1
See Elmo Ballard and Reserve yourseat now. Special Reservations to be made
Y M. C. A. Note*. [
The Barbasela Junior Club held
its first annual banquet in the
parlor Monday night, Dec. 29.
Robert Weaver, the president of
the club, acted as toastmaster.
During the first course there was
a little reserve and shyness on
the part of the boys, but when
“Zook” came with the turkey,
dressing, cranberries and other
good things all shyness and re
serve immediately passed away.
“Skunk” Shumaker carried off
the honors of the evening when
he responded to the toast “Why
I Came Down Out of Mr. John
| Allen’s Pecan Tree?” Reminici
ences of camp life and the origin
I of each fellows “nick name”
I were the subjects of several
I good speeches by the boys. Presi
; dent Weaver outlined the present
attainments and the future of '
the club in a most interesting
talk. The next subject of study =
to be taken tip is “From Youth
to Manhood,” by Dr. Winfield r
J. H. Ledyard, who is an hon
orary member of the club, gave
an inspiring talk on friendship
and helping the “other fellow.”
The club tendered a rising vote
of thanks to Mrs. A. E. Berkley
and Miss Margarite Bonner for
their kind and generous help in
preparing the banquet.
Those present were: Robert
Weaver, Bates Hinds, Wilbur
Riley, Norton McOaughy, Tom
Bonner, Van Kincannon, Walker
Milam, Clayton Mitchner, Foye
Shumaker and Miller Allen. The
honorary guests invited were:
J. H. Ledyard, R. B. Clark.Chas.
Seawright and W. T. Nettles.
Mr. Clark was absent on account
of sickness in his family.
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Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, |
r Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and 1
I Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects 1
I Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used in
ternally and externally. Price 25c. ...
To Our Patrons—
We desire through this means to express our
sincere thanks for the liberal patronage received
at your hands during the past year. Our busi
ness was the largest and most satisfactory in
the history of the firm. This was made possible
by the cordial relations that existed between us
and it is our earnest desire that they may con
tinue. Nothing will be left undone on our part
to merit a continuation of your patronage. . .
Hoping that the New Year may bring you all
prosperity, we remain,
Yours to please,
Pound - Kincannon- Elkin Co.
To My Friends and Patrons:
My thanks and appreciation for the very
liberal patronage during 1913 is extended to you,
and it is impossible for you to know the extent of
my gratification.
My business was far the best I have ever
enjoyed, and was only made possible by your
friendship and support. It is my wish that the
New Year may be filled with every comfort and
happiness, and that your prosperity may be un
Hoping to continue to receive your patronage
during the year 1914, I am,
Your friend.
F. C. McGaughey
After Christmas Specials at
Reeds The Real Cash Store

Wright’s Health Underwear
ribbed or fleeced, $2 suits the
World over. Our January
price per garment.65c
Per Suit.$1.25
Men’s $1 flannel shirts for
Soft collor attached regular $1
shirts, assorted sizes.
Men’s $1 Negligee Shirts, this
consists of all $1 shirts at. 75c
Men’s 1.50 and 12 wool Over
shirts at..98c
Don’t forget that these are
“Red Hot” bargains for cold
January days. You can’t af
ford to miss them.
All 25c Caps for men and
boys, January price.18c
All 50c Caps for men and
boys, January price.35c
Cones Boss Overalls and
Engineer Coats, no better $1
garments made, Jan. price 85c
Bargains to Please the
75c table Damask, white linen
per yard.38c
25c Linen Suiting, white, i
January price.15c
15c India Linen, January
price, per yard.9c
Ladies get your share of s
these splendid offerings, such
values can only be offered by
a Real Cash Store.
$1 rolls Calico, full 5 pound
Best 5c cotton checks 25
yards for.$t
Best 25c towels, are 20x40
inches, pure bleach and extra
quality, January price per
pair. 18c
We are going to carry a
more complete stock of dry
good and shoes than ever be
fore. You can save money by ;
making your purchases of us.
We Buy and Sell for Cash and Sell for Less
Tupelo, Mississippi
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