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DELTA HARDWARE CO.
UNDERTAKING and EMBALMING
Go ANYWHERE, ANY TIME
and ANY PLACE
Tombstones Our Specially
CHARLESTON', MISS.
3-26-20-52t
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Rub-My-Tism is a powerful anti
septic; it kilis the poison caused from
iafected cute, cures old sores, tet
ter, etc.
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WILL RECEIVE BIDS FOR PLANS
AND SPECIFICATIONS.
Notice is hereby given that the
beard of trustees of Grenada City
or plans and
for a new high school
. Monday, Novem
1:30 o'clock p. m.
W. D. SALMON.
sehools will receive bi
aj»ecificatio]
building in Grer
her 15. 1920. at
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Secretary Board of Trustc s,
Grenada, Miss.
30-15-20-4t
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L1VERADE acts gently, yet posi
tively. on the liver, stomach and bow
els. In fact, it acts on the entire ali
mentary tract. For sale by Fatherree
Drug Co., Grenada, Miss.
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MILLING IN TRANSIT AT HOLLY
SPRINGS, MISS.
I. C. Frisco junction. Very best
facilities for handling stock. Heavy
up-to-date machinery. Quick service.
HOLLY SPRINGS LUMBER
& MFG. CO.
12-24-d
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I LECTION RETURNS AT OPERA
HOUSE.
The management of the opera house
has arranged to give the election re
tarns during the night performances.
Special Western Union Service. You
•■an see a goad show and at the same
time be posted as to how the country
is vcting.
The picture program lor Tuesday
consists of Constance Talmadge in
"Two Weeks" and a Christie comedy.
' Two Weeks" is a light comedy of a
giri and three woman haters. Usual
admission prices prevail.
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666 Cures Malaria, ChilU and Fev*
• r, Bilious Fever, Colds and La
Grippe. It kills the parasite
tauses the fever,
laxative and general Tonic,
that
It is a splendid
Adv.
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THE J. P. MEADERS FURNITURE
COMPANY SALE
The J. P. Meadors Furniture Co.
ave a double header this week—two
whole pages. Now this firm is offer
ing -ome very startling bargains in
everything in their line. The question
is: I>o you need what they are of
fering and is it wise to buy now?
The first part of tiiis query each and
every one should be able to answer at
once; the later part is the one per
haps some may think they should rea
i
son about.
!f what is brought to us by those
v?ho are in position to know is true,
many factories that make furniture
ire shutting down. Whenever a fac
tory closes, the output to that extent
ceases ^nd when the output begins to
diminish, the law of supply and de
mand puts prices up. Therefore, in
Uie tight of the fact that timber is
being cut and lumber is growing less
month, it
i is made out
must become
Furniture is unlike
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in this great land, every
follows that that wni
timber or lumber,
more valuable,
most articles of merchandise—it is a
commodity, hence it
come and .stay
would appear that the reasoning mind
would at once conclude that furni
ture prices cannot for a long, long
time be lower than what this wide
thoroughly dependable
awake and
.store is making them.
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OF OFFICERS TO HOLD
ELECTION
LIST
Th -i election commissioners of (ire
ts*da County have named the follow
ing list of oCicers to hold the general
election, Nov. 2, the first named at
precinct is ticket commissioner
uud returning officer:
Grenada—H.
Vance. H. V. Pearson, Judges.
Spence, J. B- Hern. Clerics,
burn, Bailiff.
Tie Plant—J. J. Nichols,
*tkorge. W. L. Prather, Judges,
bert Echols. D. G. Ross, Clerks. S. F.
Philips, Bailifi. ,
Elliott—J. H. Bull. W. A. Nail, J. T.
Johnson. Judges,
son. Clerks.
Grayspori—H. G. Anderson. H. M.
Parker, O. H. Perry, Judges.
Parker. H. H. Marter, Clerks.
Tillman, Bailiff.
Pr.r.; len.ee.—J. E. Philips. K. C. Shu
uiake, Geo. Chamberlain, Judges.
W. Bowen. \V. E. Abies, Clerks.
Jtfinafoic, Bailiff.
-i— J. N. Provine, W. 1>. Mer
ritt. A. A. 'Hinseri, Judges.
Trusty', L. N. Yeager. Clerks. C. M.
And^'rson. Bailiff.
Fnr>n—Jae. F. SmiLh. E. L. 8<uider :
son, L. C. Cohea, Judges. J. W. Mc
Cormick, W. V. Horton, Clerks. II. I.
Stevens, Eteiliff.
Hardy—D. R. Childers, G. D. Thom
E. O. Gees 1 in. Judges. F. P.
Clerks. J. X.
J. W.
J. T.
W. J. Ray
B. Peacock,
A. C.
Al
Lee Spruill, A. Oi
J. T. Gant, Bailiff.
W. B.
W. E.
J.
M'.
G. C.
erson.
Collins, J. S. Puirdy,
Curtis, Bailiff.
Pea Ridge—Kuoft Rice, T. M.
Mitchell, S -C. Mims, Jr., Judges. Bry
an Baker, S. H. Allison. Clerks. J. L
Curry, Bailiff.
Kirk man—Ed McCormick.
Haywood, X. H. Jacks, Judges,
ter Blaylock, J. L. Scott, Jr., Clerks.
J. S. Hendley, Bailiff.
Oxberry—B. L. Harris, T. C. Staten,
W. W. Whitaker, Judges. Frank I*.
Harris, Ottie Tribble, Clerks. W. S.
Lowry, Bailiff.
Holcomb—Jack Curry, B. 3. Elliott,
Mike Hey, Judges. W. S. Carver, W.
C. Curie, Clerks. J. A. Hammonds,
Bailiff.
W. N.
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Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer.
It relieves pain and soreness caused
by Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains,
Etc.
Yields Over $2300.00
There was just a bit in excess of one
acre of land adjacent to Grenada plant
ed this year in swoet potatoes; in
plan words, it was made a potato bed.
The slips from this little strip of
land sold for $2,150, and after the
slips had been sold, sweet potatoes j
were planted which were sold for
$1(75. The total receipts from this
small tract being slightly over $2,300. j
Can not the farmers find something in
this as an object lesson for the fu
ture?
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HOW AN EDITOR GOT RICH.
He started jxjor as a proverbial.
church mouse twenty years ago. He
has now retired with a comfortable 1
fortune of $50,000
This money w
industry, economy, conscientious ef
fort to give full value, indomitable per
severance and the death of an uncle
who left the editor S-ty.990.50.
acquired through !
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An Agreeable Surprise.
44 A bout three years ago when I was
suffering from a severe cold cn my
lungs and coughed most of the time
right and day, I tried a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remndy and was
surprised at the promptness with
which it gave me relief," writes Mrs.
James Brown, Clark Mills, N. W.
Many another has been surprised at
the prompt relief affo-ded by this
remedy. For sale by Second Clas/
Drug St-or ?. iMo
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TRESPASS NOTICE.
All parties are hereby warned
against hunting or in any wise .tres
passing on GLENWILD' Plantation,
south of Grenada, in Grenada Coun
ty, Mississippi. This means EVERY
BODY.
W. A. CAMPBELL, Manager.
Oct. 15, 1920.
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Grenada, Miss.
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POSTED!
We hereby warn all parties against
hunting or in any wise trespassing on
any of our Iand^, districts 3 and 4,
G'enada County, Mississippi. This
means EVERYBODY.
HOFFA & TAYLOR,
KEETON & CAROTHERS.
S. H. HORTON.
10-15-20-3t
Grenada, Miss.
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Thousands of people are taking
LI VERA DE daily. For sale by Fa
therree Drug Co., Grenada, Miss, -m
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HIDES, HIDES, HIDES — The
best place to express them to Ath
ens Hide Company, Athens, Ga.
Reliable Dealers. Good Weight Kings.
No. 4 1 3 * -30-20-261
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Children will cry for L1VERADE
after the first dose. Fcr sale by Fa
therree Drug Co., Grenada, Miss. 1-m
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666 has more imitations than
any other Chill Tonic and Fever Tonic
on the market, but no one wants
imitations.
things in the medicine liqe. Adv.
They are dangerous
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DR C. K. BAILEY, Dentist
GRENADA, MISS.
Office up stair* over McCa&lin's in
room formerly occupied by Dr. Fedric
Win. C. MeLean, Sr.
Wm. C. McLean, Jr.
McLEAN, CAROTHERS * McLEAN
ATTORN E Y S- AT-LA W
GRENADA, MISS.
jMBBB Ba a B BaHBBBaBBBiaBBHBB
MISS RUBY I. McLEOD
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
GRENADA, MISS.
Office at Grenada Trust & Banking
Company
B. S. DUDLEY
DENTIST
Office Main Stroet
Separata Chair and Instruments ro.
Colored Patients
GRENADA, MISS
A. M. Carothers
Phone 129
:
Phone 35
DR. J. B. MIDDLETON
Office Up-Stairs Over Corner Drug
Store
GRENADA, MISS
J. SIDNEY SHARP, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office Over Heath Bro's Store
Facing Wain St.
Office, 54; Residence, 215
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Phones:
J. D. Mc:}S
W. P. Moss
MOSS BROTHERS
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
Grenada, Mississippi
Phone 128
COFFINS & CASKETS
For Sale at
WINDHAM & MIERS
For less money
LEE K. MAYFIELD, M. D.
205 W. Market, Commonwealth Bldg, j
Greenwood, Miss.
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
Telephone 745
9-24-6t
THE GRENADA
NON-RESIDENT NOTICE
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,
Grenada County.
No. 3449
CHANCERY COURT
In vacation
Estate of R. T. Rucks, Deceased
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vs.
A. Gerard, Administrator
State of Mississippi
To
Mrs. L. W. Sykes, 129-8th Avenue,
Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. E. A. Douglas, R F D No 7,
Nashville, Tenn.
W. B. Halium,
Nashville, Tenn.
H. R. Halium, New Middleton,
Tenn,
129-8th Avenue,
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Halium, New Middleton,
B.
J. H. Rucks. 125 South Main St.,
! ° k i a 7 h ^a City, Okla.
s W. W. Rucks, 125 South Main St..
I Oklahoma City, Okla.
j Mrs. Sallie Mason, 125 South
;Main St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma,
. defendants.
j ou are commanded to . ppear be
fore the Chancellor of Grenada Coun
ty, at. Chambers in the City of Water
Valiev, Mississippi, on December 11,
1920, at 10 o'clock A. M., to show
cause, if any you can, why said ad
ministrator's final account should not
be approved and he finally discharg
ed.
This 21st day of October. 1920.
W. M. Mitchell, Sol. lor Compt.
(SEAL)
71 l-10-22-20-3t
J. B. KEETON
Chancery Clerk
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
This remedy is intended especially
for c-oughs, cokls, foap and whooping
cough. From a smah beginning its
sale and use has extended to all parts
of the United States vnd to many
foreign e or tries. This alone is
enough to convince one that it is a
mdeicine of mere than ordinary mer
it. Giv? it a trial a .d you will find
this to be the case. For sale by
Second Class Drug Store.
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TRESPASS NOTICE
This is to serve notice on all per
sons against hunting or in anywise
trespassing upon my lands south of
Holcomb, known the T. P. Lara
kin farm.
RMS. ELOISE L. WILKINS
10-22-3t
Grenada, Miss.
Sure enoti^Ii, 4he old 1ms
went Lack on. me
IT WAS a whale.

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OF A hill, and the okl bos.
GROANED AND shuddered.
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AND FINALLY stalled.
AND YOU could fry eggs.
ON THE radiator.
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ABOUT BUZZ wosobb.
COULD BE written, big.
ON A postage stamp.
BUT 1 fiddled around.
AND TORE my new shirt.
AND GOT all smeared up.
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THE ENGINE would start.
BUT LIZZIE wouldn't.
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NOT ON that hill.
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SO I quit and lit up.
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ONE OF ray cigarettes.
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AND THOUGHT it over.
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THEN I had a hunch.
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PUSHED HER around.
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FULLED A ihlng-a-ma-jig.
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AND THE blame boat.
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BACKED UP the hill.
WITHOUT EVEN hesitating.
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SO I learned a trick.
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V/HICH EVERY driver.
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SHOULD REMEMBER.
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WHEN IN doubt, light np.
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A "SATISFY" cigarette.
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FOR WITH one of those.
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GEARED TO your teeth.
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YOU CAN start anything.
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T didn't take much pcrsuasic:. to get Chester
fields going—they re self-starter::. That
blend of fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos
makes friends by the millions. Another thing
-—yoq don't find a Chesterfield smoker ''shifo* '
jug" brands—he's in ''high'' all the time.
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Jb packages of 20 protected bp
special moisture - proof wrapper.
Aleo in round AIR-TIGHT tine of SO.
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Notice For Publication.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
U. S. Land office at Jackson, Miss.,
August 30, 1920.
Notice is hereby given that Ben
jamin Hubbard whose post-office ad
dress is Grenada, Miss. M. R. A. did,
cn the 4th day of August, 1920, file
in this office Sworn Statement and
Application, No. 08495, to purchase
the EH of NWH. Section 4, Town
ship 21 N., Range 7 E., Choctaw Me
ridian. and the timber thereon, under
the provisions of the act of June 3,
1878. and acts amendatory, known as
the "Timber and Stone Law,'' at such
value as might be fixed by appraise
ment. and that, pursuant to such ap
plication, the land and timber thereon
have been appraised, $261.24, the |
timber estimated 80.380 board feet atjnoijp;
$2.00 per M, and the land $100.48;.want
that said applicant will offer final
proof in support of his application
an i sworn statement on the J.,th day
of November, J92C, before Chancery
Clerk Grenada County, at Grenada,
Miss.
Any person is at liberty to pro
test this purchase before entry, or
initiate a contest at any time before
patent issues, by filii g a corroborated
affidavit in this office, alleging facts
which would defeat the entry 7 .
W. F. CUMMINS, j
Register. ;
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Limberger i heese iaitl away in cup
boards and refrigerators will drive
ants away. No doubt of it. It wlli
drive a hog out of a tan-yard; it. will
drive a spike in a brick, it^will drive
a tramp away from a meal of victuals;
it wiJJ drive a mule through a barbed
wire fence; it will drive a herd of
cattle over a precipice; it will drive a
negro away from a chicken roost or
a man to insanity who stays five min
utes within ten feet of its unsavory
presence. And yet some men will sit
up and cut the stuff and profess to
like it.
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Indigestion, BiKousnes, Constipation
Chamberlain's Tablets have restor
ed to health and happiness hundreds
who were afflicted with indigestion,
billiousness and constipation. If you
are troubled in this wr.y give them a
trial. You are certain to be pleased
for they will t enefit you. For sale by
Seco d Class Drug Store.
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FOR SALE—Monarch typewriter.
10-22-2t
J. M. BROWN.
EXECUTRIX'S NOTICE TO CREDI-
TORS.
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State of MsisLssippi,
Grenada Countv
CHANCERY COURT
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Executrix of the Estate
of W. P. Wilkins, deceased, hereby j
gives notice to all persons having
claims against said Estate, to have
same probated and registered within
twelve months, or they will be forever
barred.
This 15th day of October, 192C.
ELOISE L. WILKINS,
Executrix.
| The beginning of almost every se- j
atjnoijp; disorder is constipation. If you j
to enjoy good health keep your
bowels regular. This is best accom-j
plished by proper diet and exercise,)
but sometimes a medicine is needed*
am i when that is the
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Constipation
case you will
find Chamberdain's Tablets are
celent. They are mild and gentle in j
heir action, easy and pleasant to take.;
Give them a trial.
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They only cost a
For sale by Second Clas *
quarter.
Drug Store.
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SHOE POLISHES
BEST FOR HOME SHINES
SAVE THE LEATHER
THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES
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For Black, Tsn. Ox Blood. FHrk crown
ccd Vl'titc Shoes
PASTES AND LIQUIDS
THE F. F. DA1XEY CORPORATIONS LTD.,
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666 quickly relieves Constipation,
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and
Headaches, due to Torpid Liver.
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All druggists, three sizes. Guzr
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utd tccipi no imitation
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