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For the Î? Best Check Writer Ever Produced fSjm* L Business men may be divided into two classes: ί Those who protect their checks properly and those who contributed to the loss of twenty-three million dollars last I year. SAFE $20.00 1 I invested in the I best check writer ever made will put i you on this j sid e of the I fence. UNSAFE $20.00 unwisely con served may be taken awav from you by the first dis honest person who in a hun dred ways manages to get hold of your check. G. T. Howerton, District Manager Starkville, Miss. 9 Ά * \ * rvri / nri!i«àf\B/ ο à . t7 ρ * * < f'ti V REX DENMARK ? The handsome and richly ^ y bred young black stallion. \ ) By Gibson Denmark ex J* Lady Hal will make the * season at my place on Spring Street. ^ For further particulars in regard to pedigree, terms, etc., either write or call ^ on Dr. E. D. Hood or myself. 0 m Dr. J. T. ALSTON. 5 i ί !Î'//AV,V.VrV.V^.WAV^ ■ί& Κ Commissioner's Sale » |ouis Garner et al ) vs. · No. 3748 leo. H. Hill et al ) By virtue of a decree of the Honora /e Chancery Court of Lee County, tate of Mississippi, rendered at the "pril Term, A. D. 1915, thereof, order j\g a sale of certain lands mentioned therein. John M. Witt, the undersiened. appointed Commissioner to execute said ^ecree, will, on i SATURDAY, MAY, 22ND, 1915, Expose at public auction to the highest Î'idder for cash in front of the Court louse door, in the City of Tupelo, liss , within legal hours, the following >escribed lands, to-wit: The North West fourth of Section 20, f'ownship (8), Range (7), East, in Lee ounty, Mississippi. Together with the appurtenances and ereditaments thereunto appertaining. John M. Witt, Commissioner. .Dated 28th day of April, 1915. Boggan & Leake, Sols. 6 Commissioner's Sale „ J. W. P. Boggan & M. E. Leake ys. Îobe Duke et al. No. 3676. I By virtue of a decree of the Honora fie Chancery Court of Lee County, 'itate of Mississippi, rendered at the >pril Term. A. D. 1915 thereof, order ing a sale of certain lands mentioned herein, John M. Witt, the undersigned, Appointed Commissioner to execute said :ree, will, on SATURDAY, MAY 22nd, 1915. igcpose at public auction to the highest ffidder for cash in front of Court House ijoor in the City of Tupelo, Miss., ùvithin legal hours, the following He eribed property, to wit: One acre of land, lying in Block 10, ,n the S. E. 1-4 of Section 30, Town 9. iange 6, Ε , commencing at the North E'ast corner of the Sallie Edwards lot ι said Block, running thence North long Green street 89 feet, thence fest 489 feet, thence South along Jhurch street 89 feet, thence East *tlong the North boundary of Sallie Ed wards lot 489 feet to the starting point, in Lee County, Miss., City of Tupelo. Together with the appui tenancts and [ereditaments thereunto appertaining. John M. Witt, Commissioner. Dated 28'h dav of Anril, 1915. Boggan & Leake, Sols. 6 Notice to Payers of Municipal Privilege Taxes Notice is hereby given that all par ties who procured Privilege Tax Li cense in May, 1914, will be required to purchase new license for the year 1915 during the month of May, 1915, or be subjected to the penalty imposed by law for failure so to do. C. E. Goodlett, City Clerk. Non-Resident Notice The State of Mississippi. To Evelyn Duke, a minor living with ner father, Tob Duke at 833 Poplar Avenue, Memphis, Tenn., which is be lieved to be their present address, and also 159 North Dunlap street, Memphis, Tenn , defendant. You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court at Rules of the county of Lee, in said state, oii the second Monday of June, A. D., 1915, to defend the suit in said court of J. W. P. Boggan and M. E. Leake, wherein you are a defendant. This 28th day of April, A. D , 1915. John M. Witt, Clerk. Boggan & Leake, Sols Complts. 6 Improved White Spanish Seed Peanuts Any Quantity, Lowest Prices For Sale by Baker & Coleman SEE ALDR1DGE THE SHOEMAKER FOR Quick Service Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days Vour druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6to 14 days, rbe first application gives Base and Reet. 50c. CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM Partial Announcement of Good Things Scheduled for 1915 Announcement of the big Chautauqua program which is scheduled for our community this season has just been received from the Redpath headquarters in Chicago. It surpasses the good pro gram of a year ago in many respects and at once appeals to old and young alike. Hand Day will again be a feature of the week when Seroslav Cimera and his concert band will appear both after noon and evening of the fourth day in delightful programs of both classical and popular music. Mr. Cimera was born in Bohemia, the land from which many of the great band leaders have come. He appeared as trombone soloist with leading bands in this country be fore taking up the work of directing his own band. The day on which Hon. J. Adam Bede lectures will be known as "Bede Day." Mr. Bede was for eight years Congress man from Minnesota and was long known as the "Humorist in the House. " His lectures sparkle with humor in ad dition to carrying a great message. His subject at the forthcoming Chautauqua will be "Our Nation; Its Problems and Progress." In addition to the work of the story I teller and playground worker, there will be a special "Children's Night," when Taber and his assistants will ren der a spectacular program of magic and mystery to the delight of all. '•ronil ,\nut*m ic annnnnppH «« annt.hpr feature of special interest when the Kellogg-Haines Singing Party will pre sent a Vendition of the grand opera, "Martha," in special and elaborate cos tumes. They will also render the "Songs of the Sixties" in the dress of the year 1800. The Kellogg-Haines Singing Party has been upon the Ly ceum and Chautauqua platform for some eight years past and have toured the entire United States. Last year they appeared on the Redpath seven day Chautauqua circuit in a four months' tour with great success. Among the lecturers I)r. William A. Colledge stands out very prominently. He will lecture on "The Fortune Hunt er.'' Dr. Colledge was with Henry M. Stanley for three years in Africa and also nursed Henry Drummond through his first sickness from African fever. He was a boyhood friend of Robert Louis Stevenson, was the first editor of the Technical World Magazine, was head of the Department of Language and Literature in Armour Institute, Chicago, for nine years and author of "Interpretative Studies of Scottish Au thors." On the opening day Rev. Joseph K. Grifiis (Tahan) in the Indian costume of the Kiowas will tell his thrilling life story entitled "What I Saw and Did as a Savage," Captured by the Indians as a baby, he grew up in the home of a Kiowa Chief, and not until almost a young man did he know anything of the lives of the white people. His escape from the Indians and his subsequent hardships, his conversion by the Salva tion Army into the ministry, his work as a Presbyterian^ pastor and mission ary, [author and lecturer, all comprise a wonderfully interesting story. The above is but a partial outline of the good things in store on the forth coming Chautauqua program. There will be other lectures, vocal and instru mental soloists, music by a Bohemian orchestra, a maie quartet, etc. λπ υι these will be more fully described as the season approaches. Three weeks in advance of the open ing day the decorating of the town with banners, streamers and unique forms of advertising will begin, all of which is more elaborate than ever before. In many places Chautauqua week will be made an old-home-coming event, one of the gala times of the year. Indoor Gardens. Rooms without growing plants art never really perfectly satisfactory ir spite of the change of furniture froir one place to another, its readjustment with fresh color from time to "time There must always be moments when the inanimate room bores or stifles one, but never a time when a plant lifting up its branches for the bios soming time will not win your re nponse, your desire to aid it. your joy in its triumph. Indeed, a very cold, bare and plain room can be made cozy and inviting by the introduction of a few blossom Ing plante. In the summer time they connect you with the garden, in the winter they shut you away from chill and frost, with color and fragrance they welcome your friends.—Th· Craftsman. Use New Words. The words we use every day make up our vocabulary, and it is a very good thing that our vocabulary should be as large as we can possibly make it. The best way to accomplish that is to use as many new words as possible as often as we can. Then we get accustomed to them and they are part of our vocabulary. But Ave must be sure that we understand their meaning, and that we use them in the right place. It is better to ahoose short words rather thac long ones. If it is right, Clopton did it. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Journal is authorized to announce the following named gentlemen as can didates for the offices under which their names appear, subject *o the ac tion of the Democratic Primary, 1915. For District Attorney J. E. RANKIN 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 F. L. KINCANNON For Floater Representative. R. S. SHEFFIELD For Sheriff WILL INMAN OSCAR T. TRAP JOHN B. RAINS T. N. LYLE V.'. D. BROWN JIM BUTLER GEORGE W. GREEN J. W. HOY LE For County Attorney SAM P. LONG JOHN BOGGAN JOHN R. ANDERSON For Chancery Clerk JOHN M. WITT JOHN G. KELLY For Sup't Education THOMAS M. MILAM For Circuit Clerk ι\· \ir nrii A*«noAikT S. D. SHELTON GEO. W. LONG J. P. BOOZER For Tax Assessor G. R. DAVIS SAM BURT BOB KELLUM TOM G. MONAGHAN < lEORGE W. LOVE For County Treasurer JOHN STEVENS C HARLES A. PORTE F; N. L. REEDY TOM LOYD J NO. M. DILT ARD C„ H. NEWBERRY For County Surveyor J. A GLADNEY W. A. DOZIER For Supervisor FIRST DISTRICT E. F. BR I STOW J W. YARBROUGH b. F. PARKER A. E. KELLUM <^P. NORTON lpSEOOND DISTRICT WILL MILAM ARTHUR PEACII 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 A. J. KENNEDY FIFTH DISTRICT I. B, COGGIN M. E. CON WILL W. R. D HAIRSTON K. C. LANGSTON JOHN RILEY JOHNSTON W. A. MONTS J. P. WIYGUL For Justice of the Peace SECOND DISTRICT J. Y. YOUNG H. G. CRUBER W. C. SHACKLEFORP J. I. PHIL POT THIRD DISTRICT A. W. HALL JESSE WADE G W. RITTER J. M. BILLINGSLEY J. Y. CUMMINGS M. L. COOK FOURTH DISTRICT J. M. SAMPLE F. W. REEDY FRANK Β WEST O. L. PHILLIPS JOE S. COOPER A. C. McVAY FIFTH DISTRICT KEITH BARNETT D. B. McGAUGHY VV. J. IVEY WALTER W. GRAY J. W. SULLIVAN For Bailiff FIRST DISTRICT L. T. HOLLY SECOND DISTRICT 1 J. S. KEITH ARNOLD HILL C. A. KEYS LIGE BURNS THIRD DISTRICT JOHN FlLGO R. H. REAGH JACK FORD WES GARNER J. E. CARR L. L. LAMB fourth district T. Ε. HUFFMAN T. F. KYLE JOHN T. O'NEAL J. C. COGGIN MARK MONTS ' J. B. GIBSON fifth district J. W. BUTLER SAM P. YOUNG G. B. McNEESE BOB GOODWIN CLAUDE ROEBUCK G. B. JOHNSON Trustee's Sale Notice Pursuant to the provisions ot a cer tain deed of trust, executed by A=a W. Allen, on the 21th day of December, A. D. 1912, to secure certain indebted ness therein mentioned to the Bank of Brooksville. of Brooksville, Mississippi, which deed of trust is duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk's office of Lee County, Mississippi, in Deed Record Book 99, pace 100, I will as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, on the 31 ST DAY OF MAY, Α. I). 1915, before the court house door in the city of Tupelo. Lee County, Mississippi, within legal hours, offer tor sale, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property: Beginning at the south west corner of the west half of the south west quarter of section 30, township 9, range 6, east, in Lee county, Mississippi, and running thence north with the western boundary line of said quarter, twenty two hundred and twenty feet more or less to the south west corner of the lot conveyed by Mrs. Kate M. Finley on March 14th, 1905. as shown in deed book 73, paga 268, to John M. Witt said point being 420 feet south of the N. W. corner of the S. W. 1-4 of sec tion 30; thence east along the southern boundary line of said Witt lot. (>30 feet more or less to the western boundary line of the 23J acre block of land conveyed to J. L. Bevill, on Feb ruary 16th, 1907, by Ed C. Finley et al; as shown by deed record book 78, page 422 of the records of Lee County; thence south eleven hundred and fifty one feet more or less to the north boundary line of the ten acre tract of ! land conveyed to J. L. Bevill, by Mrs. Kate M. Finlej on March 16th, 1905, as shown by deed book 73, page 509, of ^ L 1 i-* Τ Γ* „ M ; ~ „ * l west 136 feet more or less to the north west corner of said 10 acre Bevil tract; thence south 1089 more or less to the south boundary line of said S. W. 1-4 of section 30, thence west with said boundary line 494 feet, more or less to the point of beginning. Also a certain tract of land in said west half of said S. W. 1-4, containing approximately 6J acres de scribed as follows: Beginning at the Ν. E. corner of a 4 acre lot conveyed to Mrs. I. Iverson by Mrs. Kate M. Finley on Dec. 11th, 1891, as shown by deed book 46. page 306, of the records of Lee County, Mississippi, and running thence north 661 feet more or les3 to the south east corner of the above de scribed 23f acre Bevil tract; thence west along the south boundary line of J said Bevil tract 428 feet more or less to j the Ν. E. corner of the above described 1 10 acre Bevil tract; thenee south 661 j feet more or less to the N. W. corner of the above described Iverson 4 acre tract; thence east to the point of be ; ginning. Said two parcels ot la'nd j above conveyed are shown in book 78, page 64, as Blocks Α., D. and F, and are supposed to contain 36,} acres, but is warranted to contain 35 acres Also ! Block Β in Finley survey containing 10 , acres and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the S. W. corner of the S. W. 1-4 of section 30, j township 9. range 6, east, and run east 29 1-3 rods beginning of block, thence north 68 rods, thence east 24 2-3 rods (24 2 3 rods), thence south 68 rods, thence west 24J rods to the beginnine. All of above lands being in the S. W. 1-4 of section 30, township 9, range 6, east. Also lots 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5, of Block 1, excepting 15 feet off the west side of each of said lots which 15 feet is to be deeded to the city of Tupelo for street adjoining said lots; also lots 1, 2. 3, 4 and 5, of Block 13, and No. 6 of Block 2; also approximately a forty foot lot east and west off the west siae of lot No. 2, Block 3, said lot being the same lot purchased by W. X. Wilson from Jesse Clifton and wife and con veyed by said W. X. Wilson to Asa W. Allen. All of the last mentioned lots being the ones purchased by Asa W. Allen from W. X. Wilson and being in accordance with the Triplett addition and survey of the town of Tupelo and situated in the north west corner of the N. W. 1-4 of section 31, township 9, Range 6, east. All of the above de-1 scribed property included in this trust | deed with the exception of the follow lowing parcels of land: Commencing at the south west corner of the west half of the south west quarter of sec j tion 30, township 9, range 6. east, and running east 350 feet, thence north 3011-10 feet, thence west 350 reet to i the west line of said quarter, and thence south to starting point and also tho ΙαηΗ iliianritierl n«· flnmmpncinir at a point 410 feet east of S. VV. corner of ; said west 1-2 of the said south west quarter of said section, township and ranee and running; north 301 1-10 feet, thence east 84 feet, thence south 301 1 10 feet, thence west 84 feet to the starting point. Both of the above tracts of land containing jointly three acres. Also part of Block Β in Finley survey particularly described as aom mencing at the south west corner of said south west quarter of section 30, township 9, range 6, east, and running east 29 1 3 rods, thence north 174A feet for a starting point, thence east 4071-3 feet, thence north 748 1 2 feet, thence west 4071-3 feet, thence south 748$ to the starting point, containing 7 acres. Also the following descrived parcels of land in the Triplett & Allen West addition to the City of Tupelo, Lee County, State of Miss., described as follows: Lot No. 1 in Block No. 3 and being in the N. W. 14 of section 31, township 9, range 6, east. Lot No. 2 in Block No 3. the south half of lot No. 5 in Block No 2, said lot being 115 feet east and went, by 95 feet north and south. The last mentioned lots being in section 31, township 9, range 6, east. Also ten acres described as follows: Commencing at the north east corner of the north east 1-4 of section 36, township 9, range 5, east, and run south on section l.ne 200 yards for a beginning point; thence west 60 rods more or less to right of way of the Frisco Railroad, thence in south east course with said right ot way 78 rods to where it intersects the east line of 14 section, thence north 54 rods to point of beginning, situated in the N. Ë. 1-4 of section 36, township 9. range 5, east, and the following lands are not intended to be included in this trust deed. viz. : The west 1 2 of Block 1 and 2 and all of Block 3 and lots 29 and 30, in the east 1-2 of Block 2, according to the Asa W. Allen survey and map of the Allei addition to the City of Tupelo, Lee County, Mississippi, being part of the S. W. 1 4 of the S W. 1-4 of section 30, township 9, range 6, east, all of said land being in the County of Lee, State of Mississippi. It is intended to include all lands herein mentioned in deed in trust exe cuted by Asa W. Allen to Bank of firooksville, above referred to except that exprfiely released by said Bank of Hrooksville as shown by record book 98t pages 158, 189, 450 and 462, of the record's in the Chancery Clerk's office of Lee County, Mississippi. Such title conveyed as is vfested in me as Trustee aforesaid. This the 29th day of April, A. D. 1915. Ë. C HALBERT, Trustee. ΤΑΚ COLLECTOR 74 JARS OLD Expected to Resign on Account of Feebleness — Gained Strength and Twenty-four Pounds by Taking Vinol. Corinth, Miss. : —"I am a city tax collector and seventy-four years of age. I was in a weak, run-down condition so that I became exhausted by every little exertion. My druggist told me about Vinol, and I decided to take it. In a week I noticed considerable impr ment; I continued its use and no. i have gained twenty pounds in weiy '. and feel much stronger. 1 cons,a Vinol a fine tonic to create strength for old people."—J. A. Price, Corinth, Miss. As one grows old th^îr organs act more slowly and less efF< -tually tfian in youth, circulation is ρ ).·, the blood gets thin, the appetite poor and diges -· 1- t τ:—ι and iron tonic, is the ideal strengthens and body builder for old folks because it creates a good healthy appetite, strengthens digestion, enriches the blood, improves circulation and in this natural manner builds up, strengthens and invigorates feeble, run-down, nerv ous and aged people, and if it does not do all we say, we will pay back your money. Pound-Kincannon-Elkin Co., Druggists NEAR DEATH BY SMOTHERING Bat Husband, With Aid of Cardai» Effects Her Deliverance. Draper, Ν C.—Mrs. Helen Dalton, of th;s place, says: "I suffered for years, with pains in my left side, and would oiten almost smother to death. Medicines patched me up for awhile but Users I would gtt worse again. ) maj !", my husband decided he wanted roe te try Cardti, the woman's tonic, so, he L.wii; nt ι; β a bottle and 1 began teins, · !s d'J :r:- more good than ali the> n. a, ::nes I hid taken. I hive induccd many of my friends to :ry C.rdui, and they all say they have been benefited by its use. There never ias been, and never will be, a medicine :o compare with Cardui. 1 believe it is ι Rood medicine for all womanly trou oles." For over 50 years, Cardui has been re lieving woman's sufferings and building weak women up to health and strength. If you are a woman, give it a fair trial. It should surely help you, as it has a million others. Get a bottle of Cardui to-day. Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn., for Sttaal Instruction! on your case and 64-page book. "Home Treatment lor Women," in plain wrappei. N.C. lite Change of Schedules Mobile & Ohio R. R. Effective May 2nd Trains will leave Tupelo, Miss., as follows: NORTHBOUND No. 2 Express, Daily 5:07 A.*M. No. 4 Express, Daily 7:14 P. M. No. 6 Express, Daily.. 1:45 P. M. SOUTHBOUND No. 1 Express, Daily 10:35 P. M. No. 3 Express, Daily 9:27 A. M. No. 5 Express, Daily 2:21 P. M. For folders and other informa tion regarding rates, routes, etc.. apply to C. J. Paessler, Ticket Agent, Mobile & Ohio R. R. or write G. E. Allen. District Pass enger Agent. Jackson, Tenn. Dr. E. Douglas Hood. DENTIST, Rooms 1, 2, and 3 in Peoples Bank and Trust Co. Building ResPhones—Office. 103. L. C. FEEMSTER Physician and Surgeon Office—Formerly occupied by Dr. Γ T. Bonner. The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA riVE RROMO QUININE is better than ordinary Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor ringing in head. Remember the full name and look for the signature of E. W. CKOVE. 25c.