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Nettleton U. D. C.
Nettleton, May 7.—Mrs. Chas. ’cCownwas the hostess to the V D. C. Wednesday afternoon. Trie reading in concert of the loch Psalm followed by prayer was the beautiful opening of the meeting. Business was then" taken up. The U. D C. chapter of Nettle ton stands for all that is good— our work being confined princi pally to local work—and “loyalty to our great country.” As a proof of our loyalty and our be ing ready to help in the food con servation campaign, we have ( omitted refreshments in our meetings, and in response to the call made through the Commer cial-Appeal for canned fruits, vegetables, jellies, grape juice, : etc., from each home, every member readily agreed to set , aside a can or more for the hos pital supplies. After business was completed the following patriotic program was given: ^ ~ Song, The Star Spangled Ban ner, by the chapter. The Strategic Importance of Siege of Vicksburg—Mrs. John Lowe. Song, America. Reading, Loves Labor Lost— Miss Naomi Burney. Paper, Our Duty to the Flag— Miss Mary Hansell. Song, In the Sweet Long Ago —Mesdames Webb and Francis. Reading, We are Ready, Broth er Woodrow —Mrs. Will Wiygul. Song, Maryland, My Maryland —Chapter. This was a most enjoyable meeting with Mrs. McCown. Mrs. W. G. Francis, Sec. AIM TO LIVE 100 YEARS OLD Keep the bowels clean and liver act ive without Calomel—take Van Lax. 50c. — Adv. Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove’s The Old Standard Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. F >r Sale One of the best located residences j in Tupelo,—S. E. corner Jefferson and Madison streets. For price and terms see S. J. High Bring Your Cream to the Tupelo Creamery and receive the Highest market price for it ___•_ Now is the time to increase the number of your milk cows when you can turn your grass through them into money. The Tupelo Creamery was established to help the farmers of Lee county. The dairy business can be made highly pro fitable and we want the co-operation of every farmer in the county. * I Bring us your cream and get the highest market price for it Tupelo Creamery Co. NOMINEES In the Scimitar and Journal’s Travel Club Contest BALDWYN, MISS. Miss Edna Agnew.i..I___13.5oo M issTroy Bonds. 21,ooo Miss Laura Burns_ _5ooo Miss Bruce Jones _ 5ooo Miss Clifford Mitchell..19,ooo Miss Verda Neuman ._. ll.oqo Miss Anna Lou Swain.......17,5oo Miss Pet Smythe...__2o.ooo Miss Lillian Wallace .._.22.5oo Miss Winnie Wharton..Ui.ooo BELDEN, MISS. Miss Mary Hill_ 14,5oo Miss Leontine Heard, route 1_17,ooo Miss Sadie Maxcy .. 23,ooo Miss Ila Perkins, route 2....18,5oo Miss Bessie Ritter_ 13,ooo Miss Ida Rowen _ 5ooo Miss Ola Bell* Sullivan_15,ooo Miss Littie Springer.....19,5oo Miss Dollye Thomason_lo.ooo Miss Mary Kennedy 2o,ooo BLUE SPRINGS, MISS. Miss Ida Thompson__16,5oo DORSEY, MISS. Miss Agnes Moore_ _21,ooo GUNTOWN, MISS. Miss Lidie Bryson__13.5oo Miss Mittie Cummings...___19,ooo Miss Ruth Compton__24,5oo Miss Elizabeth Crenshaw_5ooo Miss Willie Clayton_14,ooo Miss Minnie Foote_ 5ooo Miss Leila Green_5ooo Miss Lillian Haygood _29,ooo Miss Hattie Laurence.... 13,ooo Miss Miriam Massey_26.ooo Miss Kathleen Mitchell.. 5ooo Miss Allie Lee Norton_]5,ooo Miss Pauline Payne__22,ooo Miss Lola Robinson_9.5oo Miss Lillian Waters_5ooo Miss Irene Young_1_17.ooo Miss Ethel Young..5ooo MOOREVILLE, MISS. Mrs. Lizzie Gunter_6,6oo Miss Celetes Young..._18,ooo NETTLETON, MISS. Miss Ethel Ballard_18,ooo M iss Althea Cathcart_13.5oo Miss Nellie Gray _5ooa Miss Ruby Knowles.. 17,ooo Miss Ida M. Kingsley__ll,«r>oo Miss Frankie McGaughey.__.35.ooo Miss Audry B Pettey, route 4 I8.000 Miss Lottie Park_lo.5oo Miss Susie Roberts____I4.ooo Mrs. Effie Monaghan_27,000 Miss Maney B. Sehumpert__ 7,ooo Miss Mary B. Wiygul, route 4 24,ooo OKOLONA, MISS. « Miss Dixie Vandiver..19,ooo PLANTERSVILLE, MISS. Miss Ollie Biggers.. lo.ooo Miss Clara Estes.___21,5oo Miss Mollie Kelly..19,5oo Miss Emma Lou Pettigrew_19.55o M iss Irene Rogers_lo,5oo Miss Nora Sligh .._ 5ooo Miss May Sehumpert_25,ooo Miss Nannie P. Towery_18,ooo SALTILLO, MISS. Miss Louise Boyd_14,5oo Miss Sarah Cassidy.__19,5oo M iss Grace Francis__16,ooo Miss Marv Holloway...._.U,5oo Miss Ada Hamblin_2o,5oo Miss Anna M. Kyle_19,ooo Miss Eva Langston..._.13.5oo Miss Vina Long__27,ooo Miss Lillian Morgan_lo,5oo Miss Julia McCarthy....24,ooo Miss Ruth Smith.. 5ooo Miss Mary Thompson_5ooo Miss Virginia Turner_15 ooo Miss Sallie Thompson_5ooo Miss Beatrice Ward_2o,ooo Miss Linda B. Young_19,5oo SHANNON, MISS. Miss Wilma Bucy..‘.11,ooo Miss Louise Banks ..23,ooo Miss Wilma Dunlap .18,ooo Miss Maggie Godfrey.19,5oo '’'-“sTahnell Higgs.32,ooo Miss Amy 'inning. 5ooo a*is» Ruby Logan. _20,5oo Miss Kathryne Phillips.18.ooo Miss Ida P. Shaw.5ooo Miss Foy Sehumpert.14 ooo Miss Minnie Smith.19,5oo SHERMAN, MISS. Miss Addie McCarty.5ooo Miss Etta Wade.23.5oo Miss Nannie E. Caldwell . 19,ooo TUPELO, MISS. Miss Allie Adams.13,ooo Miss Carrie Bishop..21,ooo M iss Lila Bristow.11,ooo ii* . t i, „ mioo » v-j . Miss Jennie Cunningham .__16,ooo Miss Oline Coffee.17,5oo Miss Annie Dozier ....20,5oo Miss Kate Francis.13.5oo Miss Ethel Hindsman.30,ooo Miss Myrtle Huffman.34,5oo Miss Natalie Jacobs .18,5oo Miss Rosie May Kirkpatrick.16,ooo Miss Fatte Gideon .5ooo Miss Clara Liddell. ll.ooo Miss Lora Lilly. 5ooo Miss Katherine Murfee.5ooo Miss Clemency Moore.14,ooo Miss Roxie Page. 3o,5oo Miss Nannie Lou Price.37,5oo Miss Alice Pennybaker.16,000 Miss Laura Richardson.20,5oo Miss Jessie L Reese.12,000 Miss Francis Robertson.:.;..ll,6oo Miss Mildred Scott„..I6.000 Miss Mildred Sisk. 5ooo Miss Pearl Turner,.14,000 Miss Frances Ware._36.000 Miss Sallie Wilson. 5ooo fciiss Cleta Weaver..*.37,5oo VERONA, MISS. Miss Lucile Butch.32 5oo Miss Ozelle Beene...12 5oo .miss Willie Knowles.5ooo Miss Anna Milam. 22,5oo Miss Kate McKinnon.2o,ooo Miss Carrie Sou Mallory .5ooo Miss Ethel Patterson...13,ooo Miss Erin Taylor.14.5oo Miss Frances Thom as.„.29,000 Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Shumaker are in receipt of letters from their son, Foy, who is now in the gre§t government electrical school at Brooklyn, N. Y. Foy is there vigorously prosecuting his studies in the line in which he has dis played remarkable talent and the re ports from him are most creditable. We anticipate in the near future to hear from him as being in charge of some radio station or on some battle ship in charge of the wireless. Mrs. Joe S. Farmer has returned home after a two weeks visit to her mother, Mrs. Mclnnis, in Meridian. Take Care of Your PIANO 1 have just received a new outfit of u[ to-date i lano Repairing Tools and sup plies and will be glad to call and lool over your piano, and if needed will pu it in first class shape. Am also pre pared to do all kinds of repair work or cases. M. H. Vickers Cumberland Phone Cits An Exceedingly Good Road to Kansas City and the North and West Our equipment is modern, our track and road-bed are in good condition and excellent Fred Harvey meals are served. These are some of the reasons why your trip should be made via the Frisco. Drop in and let me arrange the details of your trip P. A. F. INGLE, Ticket Agent The'following Tupelo bovs have en listed with Uncle Sam and will report for duty at the appointed time at their respective camps: Sam Long, Fred Robins, Keyes Mitts go to Fort Logan H. Root in Little Rock, Ark., Edwin Trice, Ward Allen, Clark Troy and Frank Walton, go to Fort Orglethorpe, Georgia. The best wishes of their i many friends back home follow them in their Hrst experience in the service of their country. > ' ’ ” One Dose of Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy Drives Them Out—Ends Torture. Stomach poisons breed millions of germs that eat into your vitals, caus ing Gas Pressure, Indigestion, Constipa tion, Torpid Liver, Auto-Intoxication, Yellow Jaundice, Gall Stones, Appen dicitis, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, etc., etc. Thousands of sufferers have been restored by Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy, among them Justice of the Supreme Court, Congressmen, Doc tors, Lawyers, Bankers, Ministers, Nur ses. Farmers, Mechanics—persons of every class—probably your own neigh bors. Stomach troubles are due mostly to catarrhal poison. Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy removes that poison, thoroughly cleanses the system, drives out the disease breeding germs, allays inflamma tion and ends suffering. Unlike any other remedy. No alcohol—nothing to injure you. One dose convinces. FREE book on Stomach Ailments. Write Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, Chicago, or ob tain a bottle of Mayr’s Wonderful Rem euy irom your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee. If not satis factory, money will be returned. For sale by St. Clair Drug Co., and . all other reliable druggists. A FRIEND IN NEED. For instant relief and speedy cure use “Mississippi” Diarrhoea Cordial. Price 50c and 25c.— Adv. The Charter of Incorporation of Tupelo Hotel Company 1 The corporate title of said company is Tupelo Hotel Company. 2 The name of the incorporators are: S. J High, postoffice, Tupelo, Miss C. H, Strain, postoffice, Tupelo,Miss. M. K. Leake, postoffice, Tupelo, Miss. F C. McGaughey, postoffice, Tupelo, Miss. D. W. Robins, postoffice, Tupelo,Miss. L. C. Feemster, postoffice, Tupelo, Miss. 3 The domicile is at Tupelo, Miss. 4 Amount of capital stock, ($30,008} Thirty Thousand Dollars. 5 The par value of shares is Fifty Dollars per share. 6 The period of existence (not to ex ceed fifty years) is fifty years. 7 The purpose for which it is created is to own and lease real esta(e in the City of Tupelo, Miss., for hotel pur poses and offices and store rooms, and to operate a hotel and restaurant, and in this connection may own such real estate and personal property as may be needed, rent and lease same out for store rooms, offices and other lawful purposes, either a part or all of its real estate, and it may do any and aFl tilings incidental to and connected with the owning, operating and carrying on a hotel business in the City of Tupelo, Miss. 8 The rights and powt rs that may b£ exercised by this corporation are thofe conferred by the provisions of Chapter 24, Mississippi Code, 1906. F. C. McGaughy, I . S. J. High. M K. Leake, C. K. Strain, D. W. Robins, L. C. Feemster, Incorporators. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. State of Mississippi, County of Lee. This day persona! y appeared before I me, the undersigned authority, F. 0. McGaughy, S. J. High, M. E. Leake, C, R. Strain, D. W. Robins, L. C. Feemster, incorporators of the corpor | ation known as the Tupelo Hotel Com pany. who acknowledged that they signed and executed the above and foregoing articles of incorporation as their act and deed on the 2d day of May, 1917. V. S. Whitesides, (seal) 7-4t Notary Public. Cash Shoe Sale For two weeks, beginning Saturday May 12th we will offer for cash, our entire I stock at prices that will compel you to buy. No store in this community ever attempt ed any such sale. Every shoe, high or low, large or small, goes into this slaughter. A glance at the following prices will convince you that it will mean dollars to you to attend this sale: Ladies’ $5.00 Pumps In pat< t leather and dull kid, all styles, sizes and widths, for only $3.20 Ladies’ $3.50 Slippers in all styles, sizes and leathers, at only $2.70 Ladies’ $2.Oft and $2.25 slippers only $1.65 All Children’s' Slippers and Sandals at a Great Sacrifice Mothers, investigate this. It means a big saving j ^_ In the Men’s Department we have made prices that will positively astound you. $6.50oxfords in black and dark tan, only $4.90 $5.50 and $6 00 oxfords in all leathers and styles, only $4.20 $4.00 oxfords and shoes, in all styles, leath ers and sizes, only $2.95 t I One lot plow shoes $2.50 value, at only $1.85 Several hundred pairs of small sizes in Shoes and Slippers at less than one-half price. This lot will be a feast for small feet $5.00 white sport shoes for - $3.20 $3.50 white sport shoes for - $2.45 $2.50 white sport shoes for - $1.65 In making these great sacrifices we must insist that every article be paid for before it leaves the store. - No goods sent on approval. You must come down, - and be fitted here. AND PAY HERE Topp Shoe Co, * k ■> y - V:- .V*--;. '* ' • ** • * * *> : *, :>•* : ,* . W * mk I • y 5 * ■'. V .t . * . ’ • -ii> -A * . * ». * 1 » • X. X. m