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The Journal is authorized to announce the following named gentlemen as can didates for the offices under which their names appear, subject to the no tion of the Democratic Primary, 1915. For District Attorney J. E. RANKIN 1 JULIUS E. BERRY For Senator, 38th District O. L. KENNEDY N E. BLACKWELL EB GARNER T. K. BOGGAN R. L. HARRISON F. A. GREEN For the Legislature R. L. SHANNON J. S. HOWERTON P. E. CAROTHERS RICHARD WHARTON For Sheriff WILL INMAN OSCAR T. TRAPP J. W. HOYLE JOHN B. RAINS For County Attorney SAM P. LONG JOHN BOGGAN JOHN R. ANKERSON For Chancery Clerk JOHN M. WITT For Sup’t Education THOMAS M. MILAM For Circuit Clerk W. W. THOMPSON S. D. SHELTON GEO. W. LONG J. P. BOOZER For Tax Assessor C. R. DAVIS L. L. BETH AY SAM BURT BOB KELLUM TOM C. MONAGHAN For County Treasurer JOHN STEVENS CHARLES A. PORTER N. L. REEDY TOM LOYD JNO. M. DILLARD C. H. NEWBERRY For County Surveyor J. A. GLADNEY P'or Supervisor FIRST DISTRICT E. F. BRISTOW J. W. YARBROUGH SECOND DISTRICT WILL .MILAM ARTHUR PEACH T. M. MARTIN JOHN F. BARRETT A. S. PARHAM J. H. HOLLOWAY ELY BYNUM THIRD DISTRICT W. T. POUND F. F. FILGO FOURTH DISTRICT S. S YOUNG BEN GREGORY W. D. McGAUGHY J. VANCE McFARLING HUGH B. COBB fifth district I. B, COGGIN M. E. CONWILL W. R. D HAIRSTON E. C. LANGSTON For Justice of the Peace SECOND DISTRICT J. P. YOUNG H. C. CRUBER W. C. SHACKLEFORD THIRD DISTRICT A. W. HALL JESSE WADE G. W. RITTER J. M. BILLINGSLEY J. Y. CUMMINGS FOURTH DISTRICT J. M. SAMPLE F. W. REEDY FRANK B. WEST O. L. PHILLIPS JOE S. COOPER J. T. CARSON FIFTH DISTRICT KEITH BARNETT D. B. McGAUGHY W. J. IVEY For Bailiff FIRST DISTRICT L. T. HOLLY SECOND DISTRICT J. S. KEITH ARNOLD HILL C. A. KEYS THIRD DISTRICT JOHN FlLGO R. H. REACH JACK FORD FOURTH DISTRICT T. E. HUFFMAN T. F. KYLE JOHN T. O’NEAL J. C. COGGIN FIFTH DISTRICT J. W. BUTLER SAM P. YOUNG G. B. McNEESE WES GARNER Nettleton Mts. Mary McTnnia left on Wednesday for Guntown to be gone several weeks. Miss Ethel Hansell spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Hansell Miss Ruth Beasly, of Aberdeen, was the guest of Miss Grace Henry Friday and Saturday Mrs. Eliza Roberts, of Amory, spent a few days with her son, I. E. Roberts. Messrs. Lon W. Lowe and W Lowe and W- C. Webb are at tending the Masonic meeting at Viqksburg this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jumper, of Aberdeen, and Ben Jumper, of Caruthersville. Mo., are visit ing Mr. and Mrs. A Z. Jumper and family. Miss J.osie Ballard spent Sat urday and Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. Nash, of Ballardsville. Floyd Adams, of Tupelo, is relieving W. C. Webb, cashier of the People’s Bank & Trust Co., for a few days. Mrs. Stacy Francis is spending the week with relatives near Tupelo. Mrs. L. C. Feemster and daughter, Louise, spent murs day with Mrs. Mamie Lou Feem ster. Miss Annabel Quillin, who is teaching near Aberdeen, spent the week-etfd with her parents. Roy Dabbs, who has been with the Bank of Nettleton for the past few years, left for Tupelo Saturday. His many friends re gret to lose him from the com munity. The Methodist Missionary So ciety will entertain the ladies of the town with a Washington Tea Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. E. Wiygul. Hours, 3 to 5 o’clock. On Friday evening at the school auditorium a piano recital was given by the pupils of Miss Grace Henry. Each number on the program was quite a success and showed not only talent, but that they had been thoroughly train ed. Miss Henry has made quite a success here as head of the music department. The girls of the Nettleton bas ket ball team defeated the Tupelo High School team in an interest ing game here Saturday by a score of 8 to 7, The Nettleton girls will play the New Albany girls at New Albany next Satur day. Last Saturday afternoon Miss Millage Reid Wiygul entertained the young ladies with a Valentine party. She had as her house guest Miss Cora Young, of Amo ry. The reception hall, parlor, library and dining room were beautifully decorated with hearts and cut flowers, the color scheme being red and white. The guests were met by Miss Wiygul and then ushered to the dining room by Miss Ruby Quiliin, where they were served with hot chocolate and cake by Mrs. Wiygul. Re tiring from here to the parlor, each guest wes blindfolded and drew from a tree of hearts. From thence to the tree of for tune. These were presided over by Miss Annabel Quiliin. After all the guests had arrived each drew a score card and going to their respective tables enjoyed games of progressive hearts un til 5 o'clock, when a delightful salad course was served. The plates were beautiful in red and white and on each there was a statue of Dan Cupid. Miss Ruby Quiliin furnished music through out the afternoon. The out-of town guests were Miss Young, of Amory. Misses Irby, and Springer, of Shannon, and Misses Guthrie and Turner, of Tupelo. 3 pounds California Evapo rated Peaches for 25c. We sell for cash is the reason why. The Star Grocery, W. H. Mar* shall & Co. Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE’8 TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives put Malaria.enriches the blood.and builds up the aya* tern. A true tonic. For adult* »na children. 50c ^VrVV>^V/^VAVV,WW^W,V^V/A'/,V,VVVi.‘rVAW^ I Big Reductions in all | | Winter Goods-— Making jjj | Room tor Big bpnng block l | which we are now receiv- | I ing daily... | | Co: e to See Us \ | McGAUGHY’S I Fortnightly Matinee dub Mrs. I). W. Robins was hostess of the club Feb. 17. A large number of guests enjoyed with the club members Mrs. Robins’ hospitality, and the meeting was one of unusual interest and pleasure. Mrs. S. J. High was director for the afternoon. Subject, “Women as a Social Force.” The following program was exceedingly interesting: The Home Keeper—Mrs. Wea ver. Woman in Philanthropy—Mrs. Guy Mitchell. The Woman’s Club Movement —Mrs. High. The Lady in the Car—Mrs. McLean. A vocal solo, beautifully ren dered, by Miss Hoyt Raymond, contributed much to the after noon’s pleasure. The club unanimously voted to enter the contest for the prize to be given April 15 to the cleanest . i . 1 • j pleasant evening. Admission 10 and 20c. The following program wtH be given: “The Man on the Box,” fea turing Max Fixman and Lolita Robertson. A paramount feature. “Historic Colonial Spots,” 113 slides, owuied by National Society D. A. R. and especially ordered for this entertainment. “Rose in the Bud”-Dorothy Foster. “A Bowl of Roses”—Robert Covingsby Clark. “An Irish Love Song,” Mar garet Ruthven Lang—Miss Hoyt Raymond. ____ Mrs. Newbill Entertains — Mrs. Newbill opened her doors to a large number of her friends on three davs of the past week when she entertained with a se ries of parties on Thursday, Fri dav and Saturday. The beauty of the attractive home was enhanced by the deco f-- ! EVER HAVE IT? If You Have, the Statement of I This Tupelo Citizen Will w V_ rations of crimson carnations and ; graceful ferns. The ladies enjoyed cards the , first afternoon and Mrs. Platt, the guest of Mrs. Troy, won the lovely prize. Fifty-two proved to be most exciting and entertaining on the other two days. At all three affairs a most de licious salad luncheon was served, Mrs. Newbill being assisted by those charming young girls, Misses Nancy Cavett and Hazel Topp. Mrs. Newbill’s gracious hos pitality on these occasions sus tained her reputation as one of Tupelo’s most charming host esses. Sliced Breakfast Bacon, 20c pound. We sell for cash is the reason why. Fhe Star Gro-' eery, W. H. Marshall & Co. Cabbage Plants FROST PROOF Any quantity you want at Baker & Coleman s NOTICE *». v We have thirty-five large mules that we want to turn town in tne siate, leenug as sured. should we win the co operation of all interested in the success of our town, we can but win this much coveted prize. During the social hour very elaborate and delightful refresh ments were served. Mrs. Reeves is hostess for the meeting to be held March 3. Subject. “Woman as a Social Force, No. 2.” Mrs. J. Q. Robins. Pres. Mrs. B. A. Rogers. Sec. # D. A. R. Entertainment Monday evening at the Comus Theatre, George Washington’s birthday will be celebrated by an entertainment under the aus pices of Mary Stuart Chapter, Daughters of the American Rev < luMon. The theatre will be decorated with the national flag and patriotic colors. With the beautiful special pictures and exquisite music the public is in 'vited and assured of a most m «■ quick that we will sell at ex tremely low prices. Any body wanting log mules or for any heavy hauling or road levee purposes, we have got the mules and will sell them cheap. tuicrcsi iuu Ever have a "kfw down” pain in the back? In the “small,” right over the hips? That’s the home of backache. If it’s caused b/ weak kidneys. Use Doan's Kidney Pills. Tupelo reople testify to their worth. Read a case of it: Mrs. J. A. Puckett. 640 Main street, Tupelo, says: “I used Doan’s Kidney Pills about a year and a half ago and got such good results that I am convinced the remedy has true merit. I took Doan’s Kidney Pills for pain in mv back and other symptoms of kidney trouble.” Price 50c, at all dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy —get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Puckett had. Foster-Mi I burn Co., Props., Buf falo, N. Y. Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding dr Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. The first application gives Ease and Beat. 50c.