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---;---—- ; There is not a single merchant in TUPELO who will not duplicate any price made you by a mail order house, quality considered. And, in the majority of cases, this same merchant can sell you BETTER goods at a cheaper price, goods with the name of a reputable manufacturer stamped on them. Not only do you have the satisfaction of knowing that you are getting the best goods that the market affords, but you have the local merchant’s GUARANTEE m mm m * * m« a m m _ behind any item he sells you. Won t you know that a merchant in your town is more anxious to hold YOUR confi* ' dence and YOUR good opinion of his store than some merchant three hundred miles away? His, is YOUR store, and every time you send a dollar flying away from YOUR store, you are injuring your merchant just one dollar’s worth. Not only that, but you are depriving YOUR community of that money and your success, regardless of what branch of business you may be interested in, depends for its future on the progress of YOUR community. Help your own interests by buying at home from the following merchants: / _ . y .4, • Cut cotton acre age. Raise more hogs, cows and cream. Let us figure with you. GUS BAINE & CO. v • - L. Frank & Oo. Wholesale Produce >* _\ Davis’ 5c & 10c Store i Every useful article needed in the home can be bought' here for less money. t * OUR LITTLE CHICK TABLETS - . % For the prevention and cure of White Diarrhoea in little chicken 25c a box, if you are not Satisfied with results your money wi be refunded ST.CLAIR DRUG COMPANY First National Bank 4 per cent quarterl on Savings Accounts. Member of Federal Reserve Bank Phillips & Jackson Seed in bulk. Lesperdeza, Bermuda, Alfalfa, White and Red Clover Seed Potind-Kincannon-Elkiit Company THE BUSY DRUGGISTS Want Business, that's all Smith & Company Groceries and Feedstuff Lowest prices for cash Can Save You Money On— Steel Beam Plows, Pony Plows, Cultivators, Combination Planters, Sweeps, Heel Bolts, Clevises, Lap Rings, Re pair Links, Hames.Plow Collars,Plow Lines, Back Bands, Trace Chains, etc. We bought heavy on these goods be fore the advance, and will save you money if you will give us a chance. CLARK & CO., Wholesale and Retail, Tup/elo, Miss. R. H. BOWEN • t Efpsrt watch, clock and Jewelry repairing ; Satisfaction Guaranteed Mail Us your Wort Comus Theatre Building / _ H Topp Shoe Company The “Know How” shoe fitters. First showing of Spring Pumps. They will please you. ■ i ■'■■■ * ONLY A FEW PAIRS LEFT Ladies’ Slippers, worth up to $4 at.75c Ladies’ Shoes, worth up to $4, at.. $1.50 All Small Sizes SPECIAL in some odd pairs ladies’ Slippers, 3 1-2 to 5 1-2, worth up to $4, at.....$1.50 Clapp Oxfords, worth $8.50 to $10, at. $6.00 Shelby Topp’s Cash Store Tupelo Steam Laundry - Turns out only first-class work—free from danger of disease germs. All work disin fected. Will call on request. Phones, Cumberland 356, Stantonville 141 d. T. argason Uo. * DISTRIBUTORS OF Rey Rica cigars, above the average; El Tino, Forty Fours, Florida Straights and Pantana. Tupelo Cotton Mil Tupelo Cheviots stands the rub of the Tub Mentzel’s Bakery Rogers Silverware given away absolutely free. A valuable card will be found in each package of “Golden Loaf” bread. Preserve these and the Rogers Redemption Bureau, New York City, will re deem them. Tupelo Lumber Co. Contractors and Builders Building Material , ___ _ f Bell’s 5c and 10c Store New French Harps - * 10c New Pocket Knives - 10c and 25c Pound-Kincannon-Elkin Company for all kinds Jewelry Repairs N. E. Corner Main and Broadway. J -mi- J • THE BEST IN GROCERIES Club House canned goods Latona coffee Courtesy Flour Orders for Courtesy Flour will be taken through the : Presbyterian Guild. Both ’Phones 166. F. K. HALL. '■ . - 'v *w‘ w i; . >r CricMtoymond hardware Co. The home of Lone Jack cultivators, Hooper planters, plows, harrows, and everything for the farmer; W. E, Smith Garage Leave your Ford at Smith’s Garage Repairing promptly and reasonably done. Shop equipped to do any re pairing needed on a Ford. Reeves Grocery Oo. Distributers White Crest, Excello, White • Rabbit, Snow Flake and Callander Flour. 1 ————— " - Tupelo Implement Co. . A crAnf c ^ Aver-V & Son, Farm Implements v **SC**^ Thomas Hay Machine^ gasoline - J engines, farm wagons. J. I. Case farm tractors and Maxwell automobiles. ^ \ — THE TOGGERY ON MAIN STREET NOW - ;■ ■ • < Everything for men. Furnishings, Clothing, shoes • ^ and hats. Suits made to measure, $10 and up. Mail orders given careful attention. Postoge paid. V W. E. Pegues W. H. BERRY, Manager Dealers in furniture, mattresses and springs. Undertakers’ goods a specialty ---:- f Savery’s Insurance Agency Ample Facilities for all Classes of Business BROKERAGE CONNECTIONS EVERYWHERE The Older We Get the Stronger We Grow I For We Treat the People RIGHT, You Know District Headquarters—Bank of Tupelo Building J. B. Mabry G. W. B. Smith Tupelo Floral Co. Tupelo, Miss, ' Wedding Bouquets and Floral Desings a Specialty Orders Filled Day or Night | Ask for and get the genuine • 1 In Bottles - —-i You are invited to call and get a copy of our Booklet “BEGINNING A FORTUNE” It WiH Interest You The Bank of Tupelo Home of the Christmas Savings Club " " 1 1 1 "■ . 1 l""". •• 11 i i iww-m . .. ’ * >..» * '■.