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(By our regular correspondent)
Or. th? O'^ring of December
the Scoby District school entertained
the community with a "mock tree
fortune fish pond" and
box supper, in an effort to raise mon
ey for a first class basket ball outfit
am: to en'argc the school library,
of its jokes, which were hilariously
of its jokes, hich were hilariously
enjoyed by the on-lookers, more than
by the recipients.
After this the grab-bag furnished
many nice surprises for the "grab
Tho fortune fish pond yielded
number of interesting fortunes, by
means of a real fishi. g line. Many
of 1 aac Walton's followers received
more than their share of
which resulted in contradictory
Lively bidding now began on the
boxes, donated by the village belles.
In a . hort while many r.iis-matched
couples were enjoying
sprinkling of Em.lv
the auctioneer to
brain for nurunous bright quins to
enhance the value of each box.
Last but r.ot least, tht boy: ominat-j
«-1 candidates from among the girls
present to receive votes for the most
b-, in the hou-■>. A number,
o' individual votes \
two girls' names were f >.r beyond the
d in idinucs
otfic.x Tiie boys th *»; v«'t
sr.re.y the win;
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ng seme note:
:no inat a few hours
icd the '.rat uni of
pleasure had ret
A Tonic Laxative
tbfct wiil remavo the bile from the Liver and
ctear.se the System THOROUGHLY without griping
ci disturbing the stomach is truly a Perfect Lqv
LAX-F05 WITH PEPSIN
lfe the name of a Reliable and Perfect Laxative
»«L5ch eooD relieves Sick Headache, Dizziness, In*
,«liSeec:on, Stomacn Trouble. Gas and Piles caused
•>V,S Torpid Liver and Constipation. Always use a
Rr&able Laxative in the treatment of Colds, Grip
LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN is a Liquid Digestive
Trt:o laxative excellent in its effect oa the
System, l oth as a tonic and as a laxative. It is
lest as jjood for Children as tor Adults. Pleasant
to take. Children like it. 50c.
Made and recommended to the public by Paris
Medicine Co.. St. Louis, Mo., manufacturers of
Grove s Tasteless chill Tonic.
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■x does make a difference
yiHir falkJn& Nlachin^
Did not jutJge by looks^
' ~ ns look alike. "I
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^Violin may lpok:;a$
The same comparison applies
Jto lilking Machines.
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^^1 your judgment tell you to first
^ ; house from whom you buy. A
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music business? Second,
a factory at hOs been
gi®a you ifoper
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SALT LAKE CITY MAN
.TELLS HOW TANLAC
HAS BENEFITTED HIMtby*
Say» Wife Hu Gained
Don. J. J*crr>
Twc«ty<cigi>: Pound* and He Gain*
ivd T?u They Began Taking
Mv wife has pained twenty eight
is .u.o I have gai ed ten pounds
in the past few weeks since we began
•g Tanlssaid Don J. Perry, a
business man, residing
570 Uuim.e street, Salt Lake City,
U ' ai '
crouble for a long time,*' he
"She had no appetite and
iplained of a heavy feeling in the
1; of her stomach. She was extreme
arul I don't believe she
vuch as two hours out of
'•.y-u nr. in over two years. She
v eand strength continually
r ot attend to her house
,-ton -• n
L A •
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She tried everything we
i nothing gave her any
,v got Tanlac. Her stom
:s entirely gone now, she
just anything she war.ts with
uble and besides jjaining
hi pounds, she is able to
ework andseems like
* '.it s
p* von. 1
! case, I had been in .
ruauo'.vm condition for
My appetite was so pour
I ha •<i 1 v average one
day -'.mi I had no energy
! have improved j,n ev-,
• 1 -tarted taki; g Tania', j
good that I
i to satisfy it.
a day andj
re. 1 have picked up 1
ar. i feel better j
time. Wr both 1
U the ''T g.test
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rt v me.
- kind in the wt
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( No. 1 S'>7-lt) i
t RICH MAN'S WAR''
a great many
or less bone-tly J
a '"rich ;
' ir. he sense tha-. mon of
;>io;ito an : o >.er emo
to the en<
normal bu intis do. e aior.g various
r rort of the intr.anl revenue
emm.: - o: cr shows cordusively that '
. wn ; fact a "rich man's stru
:hat vhe war
the war. The
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Co: instance, it is mown that while 1
there ..ere reports made by 2,319,000
having incomes of $3,000 or less, dur
J- r. on toifl
: -uo veai ending June 30, 1918,
y paid but $ 22 ,0 95,000, and aver
of a;>rox.roate!y *10 each.
- '•* but r.ot in the unj'' t Idolsherist
which many regard it.
i * furnished in the report are
interesting in the light of
tho 2,319.000 were a largo proportion
Of men ith incomes of (1,000 and*
(2,000, returnable but not assessable
reason-of legal exemptions. They
.of coui.:e paid nothing and the aver
age for the remainder is therefore
£©ra 3 \rhat larger but still almost nep
On the other hand, 006,000
individuals, or fewer than one-third
of those returning incomes of less
than $3,000, paid $692,613,000 on in
comes of $3,000 and more. The 665,
000 individuals thus paid twenty-seven
times aa much as the 2,319,000 per
sons whose incomes were less than
$3,000. Thio, it is to be recalled, is
for individuals alone, not from cor
porations, excess profits, etc., which
.am3 directly from corporations for
the most part, though, of course, in
cireotly from individuals in addition
to their incomes.
In the matter of corporation excess
profits taxes, it is thown that 117.
000 corporations paid $2,045,713,000
while 218,000 corporations paid in
come taxes of $48,175,000. Commis
sioner Roper calls attention to the
interesting fact that during the fiscal
year liquor did r.ot pay its usual
heavy proportion of the taxes. The
greater portion of the revenues tame
from income and excess profits.
vgate being re
fr.vn these hourcea. as con
1 per cent of
rusted with 10 per cent
the enonr.cxs total oi
fist income tax law. !
as received from in; c
wh.i h. au stated. $2,fe«bS,99'J,0.)0 was
j from inione and e:
1 th owr.
•unng ..ie year
nu *. of
$413,838,000 from Ibp.u
! I8S.0U9 from tobacco.
A further ir.t
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tg , North
C arolina furnishing or.c-thirJ of the
i and setting a rather poor c
the Soiu.i should be the
er i> one of
'■hie! o • i
er m t
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.h * geographical am
J terics f r which r.o satisfactory
; pianat.or has ever been made.
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The "pool m
j light of these official ligurt
Uici not. "star
c:U tne ''ri• it mar.' 'in th
evidently did its fail share in bearing
*:ie burdens of the war—-as of course
The Strong Withstand the Winter
Cold Better Than the Weak
You must have Health, Strength and En
durance to fight Colds, Grip and Influenza.
When your blood is not in a healthy
condition and does not circulate properly,
your system is unable to withstand the
1 GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC
Fortifies the System Against Odds. Grip
and fofluenza by Purifying and ^nriching
it contains the well-known tonic prop
erties of Quinine and Iron in a form
igthejiing. Invigorating Effect. 60c.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
BE IT REMEMBERED, That on
the-Gth day of January* 49 rtLsaiu,<iuy
being the first Monday and a day
nxco by law for the holding of a
regular meeting of the Board of
Supervisors, there was begun and
held a regular meeting of said Board,
I C, C. Provine, fimlrici 1; J. £.
Carpenter, district 2; W. V. Horton.
district 3; D. R. Childress, district 4;
R. V. Nason, district 5; W. H. Crowd
jer, sheriff and M. E. Powell, clerk. J
Whereupon the follow™* proceed-j
ires were a
at the Court House in Grenada, Miss.
| There were present the following of
ficers and members:
I herewith submit the following re- ;
port cn roads in District No. 3. Have j
been over said roads and find all j
roads in good condition, and recom- j
mend pay for all roads now under'
contract in my District.
W. V. Horton.
It appealing to .the board that
Hon. S. A. Morrison, who was repre-'™^'
j renting Grenada county in the suit
of Wesley McLendon et al, vs. Gre
j nada county et al now pending in the
j Circuit Court of Grenada County,
I Mississippi, has departed this life,
| and that it is necessary to have an
j attorney represent said county in
| said suit; it is ordered that W. M.
1 Mitchell Present attorney for the
I board, be and he is hereby authorised
,<1 employed ar.d instnicteu to repre
sent said Grenada county i.i
suit as its attorney.
rird red that the report of M. Mc
Kinnon. County Superintendent
be and the same is here
by approved and adonted.
It appearing that F. M Massey is
asso-sed with a mule eol f under three
| y •; '■< of age at $100.00 a-d that same
i is erioueous. it is therefore ordered
tl:at he be ie-imbursed for the amount
' of in:
1 rh.e sher
and the Clerk is authorized
■ county treas-!
ury tor same.
Ordered that the report of Dr. J.
lb Middleton. County ilvalth Officer.
f)rde* ed that the report of Emma
Cosert, Count\ Home Economics
and the same ri h» r«*i)y approved
| and a (Rpted.
' agent, be and the -ame is hereby ;;p
proved ami ftdopced.
I hereby submit my report or roads
iiave been over said
.-aid district No 2 ami find
condition and recom
mend «ay for all roads orkeri by iwes
Respect fully su bmitt °d.
J. E. Carpenter.
Member District No. 2.
:i that the board do now
j roads m
, same in good
morning, nine o'clock a. rp.. January
until tomorrow (Tuesday)
• 7 th. 1919; present
ay morning 9 o'clock a. m.,
j January 7th, 1919, Board met pur
j suant to adjournment: present same
as on .yesterday; Minutes
day l ead and signed;
1 beg to report that on account of
the fact that we have no road con
tractor in district I. 1 have been com
pelled to have said roads forked as
best I could, but owing to the fact
! that it has been imossible to employ
| -nffi-ient and competent labor I have
been able to keep said roads up
i to specifications but have been forced
the best possible under the
! io no
j * iicumstaiices; portions oi said roads
been maintained fairly well,
other portions have not been
ked as they should be because 1
! iv u i
unable to proeuro anyone
! base been
I .1 no
D. R. CHILDERS
the Clerk of the
a warrant to J. J. Hor
i Hoard issue
deed to tho
Ward Grenada, purchas
ed E. Smith, Read Commission
1 . .J
I for garage for County
Ordered that the bids for working
J roads in District 1 be rojoet<
! clerk is instructed to re-aiiv
to work said roads
i teim of J. A. Downs.
that the petition ot
t and others asking tor the open
road from the new
.1 ami the
iverti e tor
for the un
i.'g of a new
Middle Road on C. J. O'Brien's* place
creek be granted and the fol
if they find same
road east of
view and report on
. aid route and
. ra< livable to lay out and mark said
route and report their action m
at the next meeting of tl
J. E. Caipenf
-v . Nason.
We, your committee
irspect the County Home beg leave
We find that
to report as follows:
the paupers are tairly well fed ;>ut
fl at the beds and flours in some ot
very iiithy and
are in a
Superintendent ot the Home
. tioy this filthy beduing and clean up
and purchase nece
under direction ot
Clerk which he agreed
We recommend that the County
Health Officer he instructed to nu
that same is kept <n
bedding at once
- ,1 5anitary r condition.
J. E. Carpenter.
' R. V. Nason
D. R. Childers.
Ordered that the foregoing report
be received and approved and tha.
herebv instructed to make frequent
( he County Health Officer be and he
inspections of the County Home and
ee that same is kept in a clean and
v unitary condition at all times; or
dered further that the Clerk furnish
said County Health Cflkc. a copy
ot tuis oiut..
ui«! u.._c.sig_ed cotnatitx.ee ap
poiu^u oy yoxu xionorabie boay u>
inspect and eiitiame «t«e boow^.r^c- ,
o™ »»« aceoaa^ required to be
kept by *he Auditor oi this County,
^ *° '^ort that e have ex
amiceu ana inspected the books and
fiords, cte.. required by
law to be kept audited by M. E.
Powell, County Auditor, kept and t
audited in the p ope. form. » re
<l"t--ed by u.w to the best of our,
kr.onricdsr " d belief.
, pwQyjv'E ^
C ' ( * Committee. 1
£ ^ w a , 4 . MWli bcd before
- j, day of January. A. '
( arro'1 County
M. E. Powell.
Chancery Clerk. *
->* of weather conditions i
ml i'dnr-s I have rot had ;
Or. «*.-•< on
to ~o over
vt P and recommend the
he rot -aid for until the next
Board in Feb-.
•t same before
regular meeting of tut
Iff!9. will i
B V. NASON.
a>i roa J *J in
-.nd r ^om
rd n*' to ''ontrr.'d
mcr.d jay for all except one mile at
1-2 mile.- ou Grays
t of E-liott to
Irlfil i' place 5
orr - Old 3 mile
Smitti road in
art of oi.-tri l 1. the reason
not put on the
been able to
( have t ot
c. C. BROVINr
5 "o mnuniv)'i
American Red Cross Presents
Twelve-Slar Service Pin
to Colored Minister.
f*K ■: • \
The Rev. R. H. Windsor of Rayville, i
La., and the Twelve-Star Service Pin |
Presented to Him by the American '
right to and tu'cding a
twelve-star s«>rviee pin. the Re\.
Windsor of ltayvi!i<'. La., a
Red Cross worker, has been presented
with a unique deeoriMion by the Anier
lean Led Cr**ss.
3 lie f:n h»*r *>f nine
t\veiv.' of wiiotn are with
the colors, this i.u*ni:il colored minister
of tlie Baptist church prohahly holds*
ree«ir*i for sons in the tniliiury
service of the Bnited States,
are any oth<*rs with siuiftlar
Status. 1 hey are vet to he heard
[:* the accompanying illustration of
the twel\e-star pin, topped with the
lied Dross insignia, it will he noted
rhe first bar hears tiv*» stars.
Tiu-se represent five ?mli\ i«lual sons—
Robhin, .ieff. Johnnie ami
Tin* ncxr bar ltears two stars
<»«M»rg«* and Lafa
a :d tin
James, also i \\ ns ;
bar. with it;. 'Inee stars, represents
tlie 1 rijde!s, '.iutthew Mark and Luke.
Eight of ihe boys a: , volnm* « rs. and
the other four wore called fia tin* ilraft.
rpott liearing of the ii-markalile
re<*ord of tlie Windsor family, l'rvsi
deii-; Wil.vtm. who is also president of
the American Kid ('mss, wrote ro the
Rev. Mr. Windsor ."s follows:
'T am writing to say with what in
terest and admiration T Iiave learned
of the fact that twelve of your sons
ar*' in the service of our country, and
the thirteenth impatiently waiting to
follow them in. Tills is a splendid
record, and I congratulate you from
tin* bottom of my heart. The colored
i••< •?!* have proved themselves fine
(irove's Tasteless chill Tonic
n stores vitality and energy by purifying ami & :
i telling the blood. You can soon feel its Stn-u 'ti )
t itiad, 1 nvi(joratinS Effect. Trice 60c.
70 THE FARMERS OF GRENADA
The Board of Supervisors at their
January mee ti n g employed me
ty, for the >-ear t 19.
My earnest desire is to so strive
lha; when the year's work w ended
Fa'hh Demonirtrator of Greivvda toun
put into Pnrm Demonetrutwo Work
was well invested,
However, I wish to iu'J your at
tention te the fact that the Farm
Demonstrator is in one sense a .tool,
and like a tool, is of no .aloe, it
matters not how perfect the adjust
merit r.or how keen the blade, unless
the taxpayers of Grenada County
will feel that tho money which they
entirely by the cooperation and sup
port given me by the farmers and
you use it. In other words, the val
ue of my services will be determined
business people of Grenada county.
I am almost a complete stranger
in this county, ynd the first, step is
to meet the people therefore I invite
ar.d request all the farmers of this
county who can conveniertly do so
rc meet me at the Court House in
Grenada, Saturday, .Jan. 11, at 2 p. m.
Alf-o i wish to state that anybody
in the county having peas, corn, or
molasses will please crop me a card
-fating the amount of each iv
that you have for sale, and I shall er
■icavor to lo ;-.?e a market tor same.
O. F. TURNER.
To Cut Short a
Cold, Take Calotab
The Nrw Caloms! Tablet That Is En
tirely Purified of Nauseating and
Of ail the medicines in the orld
the doctors prize calomel mo-t high
ly to break up a cold overnight or to
cut short an attack of inruenza,
sore throat or a deep-seated
mania. Now that all of its uripleas
ant and dangerous qualifies have been
removed, the new kind of calomel
called "Calotabs" is the doctors' ideal
h and possibly to prevent pneu
treatment for colds, etc.
One Calotab on the tongue at ix»d
time with a swallow of water—that's
aii. No salts, no nausea nor the
slightest interference with your eat
ing, your work or pleasures.. Next
cold has vanished and
your whole system is purified and re
freshed. Calotabs is sold only in
original sealed packages; price thirty
and guarantees Calotabs by refund
live cents. Your druggist recommends
■e r.ot delighted.
ing the price if you
Dr. Kind's Nc
relieves them and keep
you goinft on the job
3 years ot almost
a I relieving couglis,
lerings is the
er.t of Dr. Kind's New
raadparrr.ts, fathers, mothers, the
'l have •: ed ar.d are using
j the rnf-'rt, ^t, mo/t pleasaat*
alee remrJy they ! now of.
eld by all druggists ever'/tvhere.
Keep Bowels On Schedule
, regarded functioning throws
io!o day's duties out of gear.
Keep the system cleansed, the appe
tite lively, the stomach staunch with
Dr. King's New Life Pills. Mild and
'caic in action. * Sold everywhere.
COUNTY COMMITTEE NAMED
The State Chairman of Armenian
Relief Committee has
the fo'lowing »ommitiee for
W. B. Hoff a. Ounty Chairman.
Rev. R. A Fucke**, Chur bes
Miss Lizzie Horn. Young People's
Mrs. C. H. Calhoun, Woman's Ac
Schools and Col
J. II. Brown, Bankers and Business
W. A. Campbell,. Tie Plant, In
Cowles Horton. Speakers.
<). K. Lavvrence, Publicity.
The Quinine That Does Not Affect the Hu4
B«catiae oI its tonic ami laxative effect. LAXA
Tl'. U BKOMO QUININE is better than ordinary
Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor
ringing in-head. Remember the full name and
o- \ for the signature of &. W. GROVE. 30c«
Mr. Lamar Ross, Jr., has returned
to Georgia Military Academy, after
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Ross at
spending the holidays with his par