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The Tupelo journal. (Tupelo, Miss.) 1876-1924, January 28, 1916, Image 2

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Mrs. Will Millican and son,
Clark, were visitors to Tupelo
Tuesday of last week.
G. W. B. Smith and Jack
Yates, of Tupelo, were here on
business Wednesday of last week.
M. A. Gillespie was in Tupelo
Wednesday of the past week.
Mrs. S. H. Thomason, of Bel
den, spent Thursday with her
daughter. Mrs. R. P. Fin ley.
Mrs. Frank Laney, of Tupelo,
was the guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Langston,
Mrs. Belle Witt spent a few
days of last week in Memphis.
Miss Gertrude Witt, of Bir
mingham, visited home folks
Saturday and Sunday.
Sewell Wright, of Mempnis,
spent Saturday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Wright.
Toliver Livingston and family,
of Tupelo, were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. D. T. Yates Sunday.
Miss Madge Jones visited in
Tupelo Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. N. L. Nash and son, of
Belden, spent Sunday afternoon
Miss Gurney Wade, of Mound
City, spent Saturday and Sunday
with home folks here.
W. H. Berry, of Tupelo, was
in town Sunday.
R. W. McAlister and family,
of Tupelo, were ?uests of A. A.
Gault and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Easterling
and Misses Lela and Clara Martin
were here Saturday afternoon.
Smithville basket ball team
was defeated here Saturday af
ternoon by the Sherman team,
16 to 31.
Mre. Ballard, of Corinth, lec
tured here Thursday night at the
Baptist church. Quite a number
Miss Eula Filgo, of Chester
ville, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Victor Johnson, this week.
White Holland, who has been
attending school here, was called
home Friday on account of the
illness o< his grandmother. We
hope she will soon recover and
White will be back in school.
Prof. A. L. Burdine's residence
caught on fire Friday morning,
but was discovered before much
damage was done and was soon
put out by the school pupils.
Vernon Gotcher has a severe
case of pneumonia.
Carl Coggins has been attend
ing the bedside of his sick father,
near Nettleton, the past week.
Miss Estelle Body, of Varda
man, entered school here Mon
day. We are indeed glad to have
Miss Estelle with us.
Jack Talley is visiting his par
ents for a few days.
Mrs. Alma Kincannon visited
lier sister, Mrs. Will Hoy le, this
Mrs. George Cox, of the coun
try, visited friends here Friday.
Lawrence Davis, of Saltillo,
went home very sick Wednesday.
Mrs. Swiss Thomas has as her
guests Mrs. Porter and her son.
of Texas. »
Quite a sad accident occurred
at the home of Bates Carson
Sunday morning, when his little
six-year old son accidently shot
his little four-year-old sister,
Laura Ellen. Physicians were
hurried to the little child and did
all in their power to relieve the
sufferer, but she gradually grew
worse until nine o'clock Monday
night, when death ended her
sufferings. Our heartfelt sym
pathy is extended the bereaved
L°mo!ac possesses the virtues
of Calomel withoui it* unpleasant
da igerous after-effects.
Mrs. Edna Gregory was the
guest of her mother, Mrs. John
nie Whitaker, last week.
Eddie and Willie Whitworth,
of near Guntown, were the guests
of their sister, Mrs. Luther Lum
mus, Saturday night and Sunday.
Frank Pounds is on the sick
list this week.
Misses Velvie and Ethel Brown
were the guests of Miss Docia
Robins Sunday.
Miss Bessie Whitaker, of near
Auburn, was the guest of Miss
Lucille Gregory Sunday.
At the home of the bride last
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
Miss Areola Robins was- married
to Mr. Roy Lyles. The bride is
an attractive young lady, while
the groom is a prosperous young
man. We wish them much hap
Cora Lee Pierce is on the sick
list this week.
Misses Bertha Lummus and
Gracie Turner were the guests of
Misses Ella and Stella Peach
Sunday. \
Mrs. E. D. Casey was the
guest of Mrs. Willie Jernigan
Miss Sallie Stevens and Mrs.
G. W. Ellis were the guests of
Clayton school Monday.
Misses Nola, Alma and Mary
Archibald were the guests of
Misses Velda Mae and Eula Belle
Houston Sunday.
The stork visited the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lummus
Sunday night and left a fine 12
pound girl. We extend to them
our heartiest congratulations.
Miss Ethel Burgess spent Tues
day in Tupelo.
Mrs. J. P. Morgon spent Sat
urday and Sunday with relatives
in Guntown.
Mrs. Ray West, of Verona,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Miss Willie Turner, who is at
tending echdol at HattieebWg, is
visiting home folks.
Willie Gardner went to Gun
town Wednesday of last week.
Misses Jeffie Homer and Lois
Boyd, of the country, were vis
itors here Friday.
Miss Bettie Whitten, of the
country, spent the latter part of
the week with Mr. and Mrs.
Tommie Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brown, of
Plantersville, spent the latter
part of last week with Mrs.
Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs
J. P. Morgan.
Lee Prather and son, Roy, of
Baldwj n, were visitors here last
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Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall,
of Tupelo, were visitors to our
town Sunday afternoon·
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Wesson,
accompanied by Miss Lillian Mor
gan and Mrs. Plum McNiel, went
to Tupelo Tuesday in Mr. Wes
son's car.
Mrs. Mondo West spent Satur
day and Sunday with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gullett, near
Miss Edwin Marrs left Sunday
for Tupelo, where she will attend
The g»rls basket ball team
played Shannon Friday afternoon
at Shannon. Score, 19 to 8 in
favor of Saltillo.
Lynn Stovall and familv, of
Guntown, spent Sunday after
noon with relatives here.
Nettleton, R. F. D. 1
Misses Helen and Bettie Mai
Allison, who are teaching at
Pullman and Eureka, spent the
week-end with their parents at
Misses Vera and Sallie Johnsrn
were guests of Misses Knowles
Saturday night and Sunday.
R. M. Roberts spent last week
wi h his granddaughter, Mrs.
Ttm Sisk, in town.
Mrs. Benton and M»·. and Mrs.
iCliude K'jb.rson wtre with Mr.
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C. Cathcart Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Monaghbn
and children visited the former's
mother, Mrs. Lou Edwardé, this
Quillin Orr Johnson spentfehm
day with John Knowles.
Mr. and Mrs. Vandiver Owings
spent Sunday with the letter's
sister, Mrs. C. Edwards.
Rev. M. A. Burns preached at
Pine Grove Sunday afternoon.
His sermons are always helpful
and inspiring. We are indeed
lucky in getting Bro. Burns back
again, this being his fourth year
on this circuit.
A wedding that came as a
complete surprise to all was that
of Dock Evans and Miss Clyde
Albretton, which took place Sun
day afternoon. Esq. Clark Oliver
performed the ceremony.
John Brown and children left
Tuesday for Arkansas, where
they will make theiri>^|ture
There will be singing at Provi
dence Sunday afternoon bv Prof.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bickerstaff
and children, of City Point, spent
Monday with R. M. Roberts and
Mrs. Sudie Evans
Mrs. Sudie Evans, one of our
best and truest friends died at
her home near Union, December
30, 1915, aged 35 years, 3 months
and 15 ddys.
Mrs. Sudie Evans was the wife
of Mr. Tom Evans and was born
and raised in the community in
which she died. She was a true
Christian, a member of the Bap
tist church at Cedar Hill. She
leaves a husband, two little girls,
an aged mother and a host of
friends. No dread of death came
to her. It was simply closing
her eyes in sleep to be awakened
by the music of the angels of
May the husband, mother and
children say, "Tby-wijl i^Jpne
on earth as it is in HeaveV
She was laid to rest in Union
cemetery by the side of her three
little babe». The funeral ser
vices were conducted by Rev. J.
D. Hunter. A large number of
friends paid their last tribute of
respect to their departed friend.
She cannot come to us, but we
can go to her. A friend.
L. M. R.
Card of Thanks
We wish to take this method of
extending our thanks to the many
friends who assisted us with their
kind acts and words of cheer
during the recent illness and
death of our dear son. May God
bless you all is the wis-h of
Mr. & Mrs. R. L. Edwards.
Planteisville, Route 2.
Meeting With Great Succss,
As it Fills a Long Felt
There are many new articles
being put on the market each
year, but seldom has any new
medicine gained the praise of the
public as Lemolac has. This is
due to the fact that Lemolac is s
substitute for calomel that really
does the work in such a pleasant
η anner, It does not gripe, sicker
or salivate you and cause you tc
lose time from your work. The
name, Lemolac, is very easy tc
remember, as it is calomel spellec
backward We don't mind ad
vertising an article of merit anc
( we believe anyone will praist
Lemolac who gives it a trial
ι We are advised that druggists
everywhere sell lo's of Lemolac.
1 The wife of a Rarr.bler nevei
knows whether it is going to be
I a'sealskin coat or a calico wrap
per for hers.
rhe Qohrim That Dom Not Affa Λ Head
ι Because of it· tonic and laxative ef KXA
Quinine and doe· not cau«e nervr >1
rinsriue in head. Semember the fu:i e a Jd
took tir the (igmature of 8. W. GKO -jft
We Give Ρβοπτ-Sbaring Coupons
Reduce the Highfostef Living
by Trading with ^
We are receiving and opening up
new goods daily, and our stock is kept
right up to the minute.
We know what the people want and
long experience has taught us that by
keeping new, fresh stock in all depart
ments we can please our customers. Our
goods are fresh and our prices are right.
Come to see me.
Everybody likes Lemoîac.
Finds Health Ια Our Vinol
Collinsville, 111.—"I suffered from a
nervous break-down and terrible head
aches, and was tired all over, totally
worn out and discouraged but as I had
a large family I had to work despite my
suffering. I saw Vinol advertised ana
decided to try it, and within two weeks
I noticed a decided improvement, and
now I am a well woman."—Mrs. Ana
We guarantee Vinol, our delicious cod
1 liver and iron tonic, to strengthen and
build up weak, run-down, overworked
1 Pound-Kincannon-Elkin Co., Druggists,
Tupelo, Miss.
Poultry Parasites
You keep the chicken house
clean to keep the parasites off
the chii kens. You spray to kill
germs—but what do >ou do to
1 «et the perms ard pirasites in
pide the chickens? Hens especial
ly show it at moulting time and
during the winter. Ho ν can you
expect them to lay? Free them
of all internal parasites by feed
ing B. A. Thomas Poultry Pow
der occasionally. If it doesn't
make your hens happy,-we will (
return your money. St. Glair ι
Drug Co.
$1.50 Per Bale
Bring us your cotton. We
will gin and wrap it for 10 cents
per 100 pounds Seed Cotton.
Tupelo Oil and Ice Co.

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