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THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY.
2 EE BACK 1 LOO a YE c THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY will be sent to any address in Mississippi for $1.00 a year. It is the first newspaper in tliis territory to make Hiis reduction, f With great satisfaction it announces to its numerous readers and the public that hereafter the paper will be sent for only $1.00 a year. Everybody will ! i need a live newspaper that keeps abreast of the happeniners of the times. The senatorial race is on; next year is sreneral election year: many ladies are expected ! h to offer for various State and County offices. The Weekly will keep up with them as well as the men candidates. You will want to know about them, together 1 Ii ttti 1 1 t ll o t-li l n o-c; tlin f lionnon in " Ti ai r o m -r-oior-o 4- !-- yt. ttt ill V r c -r- n It i n rr li o Txronini oil flick i rv r -rrrl- qt-i fl--k lnrlinn onf -i .-- v nnlif ino rP"l- -v TTTi- nlrlTT nri 1111 1 . , -1 , ATTENTION If you are a Farmer, you will need The Progressive Farmer, the best farm journal published for this section. For $1.50 we will send you The j OTHE PREWAR PRICE ZBBERBERN Leading County Paper, and the " PROGRESSIVE FARMED Most Largely Circulated Farm Weekly in the South, Polo ?3S r 0 0ll6 For This is the best clubbing combination of family reading mat ter we have ever offered. If you live in Monroe county this will appeal to you. THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY For 4f years the lending: home paper will be better during the campaign years of 1922 and 1923. The class of reading matter featured by these two papers meets the require ments of Monroe county readers. People of Monroe county are the leaders in their professions. This combina tion of reading matter will help them to solve problems and keep them in formed on any questions in which they are vitally interested. LOCAL NEWS. The Aberdeen Weekly gives not only the general news of Monroe county, but all happenings of communities. GENERAL NEWS. In addition to its complete publication of all important local news, The Weekly gives accounts of all State and foreign events and keeps its readers informed on all important events of the week. EDITORIAL. The editorial columns of The Weekly have an appeal for those who like to read opinions, and the local editorial page covers this feature thoroughly. In ad dition its readers are given the benefit of opinions of editorial writers on other leading State and national newspapers. A BIG VALUE. The small price of $1.50 for these two papers does not represent the cost of the white paper on which they are printed, and every well regulated fa in ly should respond promptly to an oppor tunity to supply their household with reading matter that is vital in point of information conveyed, educational and interesting. THE PROGRESSIVE FARMER Helps to keep the progressive farmer pro gressing. ' FEDERATION FARM ' BUREAUS. The Progressive Farmer will explain the merits and workings of this organiza tion and show you how you can em plor it to your advantage. CO-OPERATIVE LIVE STOCK SHIPPING. Other sections of the country have proved that from your live stock, you have to ship in co operation with your neigh bor. The Progressive Farmer will tell about this. If vou have any live stock for sale, don't fail to read these articles. YOUNG PEOPLE'S DEP'T. The children will learn to love this dep ment for it's going to be made for them exclusively. REFERENCE SPECIALS. These Reference Specials are really en cyclopedias of farm knowledge.' This issue alone is worth the price of a full year's subscription. SERIAL AND SHORT STORIES. Arrangements have also been made for a number of splendid short stories so as ' to make The Progressive Farmer the LARGEST and the REST and the most complete FARM PAPER in the country. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. f $t.50 Clubbing Rate cApplies to Both &ew and Renewal Subscribers. Fill in the Coupon below and mail to THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY TODAY and you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you will have the best as sortment of reading matter in your home this year than yoh have ever enjoyed: Date - - 1922. Aberdeen Weekly, Aberdeen, Miss. Enclosed find $1.50 for which send me The Aberdeen Weekly and The Progressive Farmer (both papers) for one year, to I Name R. F. D. Rox Letter From Ku Klux K!an. Tin'' following K 1 1 f1 r Win handed us by irom the l oop, r limner, a news paper published at Cooper, Texas. We publish it by his request and also, to ive our readers understand ing of what 4he Ku Klux Klan i'l linn to stand for, and its methods of functioning: Cooper. Texas, Feb. L0, 1!)JJ. ' To all otlicers of the law in Delta county, and to all Hag and liberty loving, law abiding citizens: In tiie name of our venerated dead, greeting-: before you read this communica tion, we shall have celebrated t lie birthday of our nation' founder: the n an whose name will live through history as long as history lives; "the man who set the greatest principles f the greatest country under high Heavens. We would live to keep memory sacred to each patriot un der the red, while ami blue. We wish to renew our pledge to von, and when we say this, it means that we will never break faith, but will always be found ready to do the right thing at the right time. To the otlicers of t he-law, forget not that we are behind you to enhfree the law, and not to take the law in our hands. As we stated. in a previous oramumcation, we state again: "We are for the enforcement of the law. and not to make or take the law in our own hands.' To Hag-loving citizens of Delta county: We are going to endeavor to make tins place a place in which you will be glad to rear your chil dren, and we feel sure we have your support. To bootleggers, gamblers and all friend, which lie dipped , . , . . . .. i oilier law nre;iKeir, t- iur an appeal to you at this times to clean up. We have our eyes on you anil we ate many; we are ever) where and you will not escape. Ami sooner or later vou will have to suffer the friend, but we wish you to do right. If the woman you are livinj: with i- not your wife, change up and get with the woman who is your wife, and if you haye no wife at all. live by yourself. Let all to whom this concerns read and take notice, for we are here and are going to stay, and in the end we will see that all law breakers arc consequence. Ve know win) you j brought to justice and punished ac- are and are giving you this chance conltng to their aeeos. Dated tins tiie Deadly Day, of tin- to clean up. There are married men in tins town that are llirting and running after other women; we know who you are too, and we are going to ask you to change your way. The good woman that has promised to cleave to you and obey you as long you both shall live, and the one tfiat stays at home to bring up her half in your life is entitled to your Hying up to your sacred vows taken at the altar. - To tiie boys who take these girls out automobile riding and. park their cars by the roadside: Had you ever thought that what you do, some other boy is entitled to do with your ?ister? Surely the man hood that is spoken about by the One Person is not gone fnyn you? We are going to appeal to you to quit this and are going to suggest; that you do it. And let us 'say to the parents: Join with us and assist Wailing Wek. of the Sorrowful Month, A. K. LV. Yours for a better country. Knights of the Ku Klux Klan. By' the Exalted Cyclops. "Delui" Klan, No. 171, Realm of Texas. Stop That Ache Don't worry and complain about a bad back. Get rid of that pain and lameness! Use Doan'a Kidney Pills. Many Aberdeen people have used them and know how effective they are. Here's an Aberdeen case. EarlC. Owen, railway car inspector, 113 S. Washington St., says: 'I had a severe attack ot kidney trouble and suffered intensely with a dull, con stant ache in the small of my back. Sharp paina cut through my kidneys, and when I ntooped I had to Ktraignt ea by taking hold of somethin. Doan's Kidney PUis had been used in my family and they wore the rirt tiling I thought of when I ww I was rot get ing better. A few boxe of Doan's cured meentirelv." ( Statement, ariven March 30, 1918. ) On February 15. 1622. Mr. Owen us in the keeping of your daughter "J? 'J? at home, for the life of our nation t depends on the purity of woman hood. Let us make' Coopor and Delta county a clean place to bring up our children. To the uegroes: We are your beet 4ie has been permanent. Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedj get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that? Mr. Owen had. Foster-Milburn Co. Mfg., Buffalo. N. Y. I Adv.f Try the Progressive Farmer. - i E. S. FUKK, Dental Surgeon, First Flour lioyd-Ackor Hospital, North Meridian Street. ABKKDKKN, MISS. DuniiEC oiUiv. 345. I I1UIILO Kertldft snc. 13. M . ( . YDVN'i. JKssi: M. '(. KM N Young1 & Coleman, m m ! W Attorneys-at-Law. WILL PRAITICK IX STATK ANI KKIiKRAl. COfKTS. Upstairs One Door East Phoenix Drue: Store. P. T. GRAVES, Attorney and Counsellor at Law Attention given to all ie;a! nr;u-tioe. Collection of claims promptly handled. Ollice 2nd tloor MeQuiston Hutld'mg. Home Trade All Around. i n It is good business to tr;uln :it home. In otlu r words, all the peo ple oj a town, even of this toun. Jasper, should co-operate an 1 wo k for our own material growth and ad vancement. Jasper people should patronize home nu rrhants and hom institutions, and home merchants and home institutions, should patro nize and ;ive preference to home products of the farm and home labor. Vou are adding your mite to the financial strength and pros perity of your home town if you purchase home products or iivv employment to home labor or home professional men. There are many ways in which you can help your town, and your town, in turn, will help you. Jasptr (Ala.) Mountain Ka s;le. CIV Pi m m Two Miles North of Aberdeen, Owner wants to sell. Best location and land for dairy or small stock farm in county. Land pro duces cotton, corn, fruits, grasses, in fact anything: ndapted to this climate. Flowing well on place; 193 acres, 100 cultivable, balance in wood or pas ture, all under wire fence. -A Bargain owner wants to sell and will make Liberal Terms. If interested, enquire at Aberdeen Weekly Office. 51 m Notice of Letting Contracts id tiie Board of Supcr Ivors, 'U,iiru' Countv. ,Vi. y : r v.-v-tn. c-! wn vnA tfi i i kn tni Pessimists will note that the pro posal to make the house of lords :ui "aristocTa.cy of hraius'1 instead of an "aristocracy ot blood,' is accom panied by a proposal to reduce its inenibership more than half. N. Y. Tost. The State (f liiss ; Monroe. Boaniol Supt ri-ur, A i Notice i ! . i ' . v Biarl of Suprr r- o i y, rili-s. . will. :r - 1- 122, on Tuev!;iy, , 1H22, Kt the hour ; 2 ot said lHte. at the !r..r: the front vet i or t Court lloii'p, in tiu-ei, Miss., receive - : il ! s als for the eon: ra-ts ter lun the hert-i:iu:-r i.u ot Ue t of said i-otir.!y, ttu t'.i'.i -u;:.,' t turned neees.iry i;:!! lements, etc, to-wit : 1 Ford Tun k. f..r Vi'-t Hi-r: !( : 1 pair of Mi.ie- $.r . 1 pair of M ales t. r t I 1 1: in-tti 1 lirht Maint.iiiier 1 1 . . : r ;,r i ' District I Tractor tor T'mr.i ! K; i :. The trm k. ur.-ivier ar.d ;rai tor a! mentioned are t !' I : : i before the Board ot ; v;- r-, committee ot sa.d i u;. decide which i the t--t .v th terest of the dUirte: c.-e The mules are to he i n ; v i; ed by- the Boani os Sm; t-r committee if !.nd I ar:i. . n. decide and eb c! the mmt - i - apted to tiie woik aii.: n e district to u-. su:.ie. ac.l ll and bet hid lor -ai i in.j -t i mules or the eoe.t va t.-r ehase oi same to ! t .i k : sideration ii aw a ; . , - i..- ' and if sat it act ei :-.; i there ro i i i d i t ; , the above h -(: ! : ; a . tmiles. tic B i ir.s . , : :s, . accordinirly to the ..a bidders t iierdor. B i r i i to reject an or ail ! sa e By unit-r oi ! : i ih t ' . or, this the (' it h : f A ; i .1 . T. ",' . Clerk i ; !: a s d I -:. I'. 1 1. ( K A This two bottom Power Lift Trac tor 12-inch turf mold plow, Oliver Chilled make, can be bought at a Bargain. " Enquire at The Aberdeen Weekly Office. m For Torpid Xaisi VVI UPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION NOTICE FOR MONROE COUNTY. rV 5. a. :0! I "Black-Draught !s, in my opinion, t'ce best liver medicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. White side, ot Keotrt. Okla. She continues: "I had a pam in my chest HtLer eating J C tight, uncomfortable Joel- iv'-v I ing and this was very Vlj disagreeable and brought 4-d j on neauacne. was con- v-; kil stipated and knew it was Kf-i ! lii irtdigestion and inactive VU" j SSrvV iver. I began the use of ' ry. WiYi Black-DrauVnt. nieht and I &J3f. morning, and it sure is ! 1 nn.lc -Ji m Thedfon '5 mm rx nn m p m mm m m m Bt3 ATU KJS MSA UU U rrVRSt for over seventy years ?rL""S iia. ... . :j2!S rZ4 llll5 purely vegeiaoie PU oreparation has been V round benpficial bv thnu- . " ; sands of nrsons surfer- a. - . . .. .. imrJ i nia. or sinw-ncTinr ivr inaigesuon, Biliousness, colic, coated tongue, diz- 2iness, constipation, bit- ifs& ter taste, sleeplessness, ri5 lack of energy, pain in TJ I I. ir uiik, puinnebs unuer me eyes any or all of these symptoms often indicate 2 -that there is something lt l mauer wiui your nvcr. x ou can i De too careful about the medi cine you take. Be sure that the name, "Thed ford's Black-Draught," is on the package. At all druggists. Accept Only the Genuine. J.73 Pursuant to the provisions of Sec. 4122 of the Code of Missis sippi, I ))(, I, the undersigned Registrar of Monroe County, Miss., will be at the following named voting precincts in said county, on the dates mentioned below, for the purpose of registering as the law provides, all persons in said county who are duly qualified, and are not now registered, to-wit: Darracott, on Monday, May the Sth, 1922 Strongs Station, . on Tuesday, May the 9th, " Muldon, on' Wednesday, May the 10th, " Prairie, on Thursday, May the 11th; Gibson, on Friday, May the 12th, Lackey, (3rd District) on Monday, May the 15th, " Hamilton, on Tuesday May the 16th, " Grub Springs, on Wednesday, May the 17th, l Alsup Mill, on Thursday, May the. 18th, ' ( Lebanon Church ) Gattman, ' on Friday, May the 19th, " Athens, (2d District) on Monday, May the 22d, ' Rural Mill, ' on Tuesday, May the 23d, " Quincv, on Vednesda-, May the 24th, Greenwood Springs, on Thursday, May the 25th, Pickles Store, on Friday, May the 26th, Becker, on Monday, May the 29th, " Amorv. South .on Tuesdav, May the 30th, " ( T. P. "A. Hote l ) Amory, North on Wednesday, May the 31st, " I .Mayor's Ofiice ) Smithville,. on Thursday, June the 1st, " Cox Store, on Friday, une the 2nd, " Williams Store, (Splunge) Monda June the 5th, " Parham's Store, on Tuesday, June the 6th, " Ilatley, on Wednesday' June the 7th, " Rigbee, on Thursda-, June the Sth, " Boyds, (Roberts Store) on Frida3', June the 9ih, " Nettleton, on Monday, June the 12th, Central Grove, on Tuesday, June the 13th, " Wren, on Wednesday, June the 14th, " Willis Store, on Thursday, June the 15th, " ( Center l'oini ) North Aberdeen, on Friday, June the 16th, ( Monroe Hank c Trust Co South Aberdeen, on Saturday, June the 17th, " ( Mayor's Oiiietv ) And at the Circuit Clerk's office until, and including the 6th day of July, 1922, on which date the registration for the year 1922 will close. Remember that this is Not a New Registration, only supple mental to the 1919, and later registrations. All persons who will become 21 years of age before the 7th day of November, 1922, are entitled to register, if otherwise qualified. The election laws re quire that each voter subscribe to the oath provided by the Con stitution of the State, and that one person cannot register for anoth er, but that all persons desiring to register MUST be present, and sign the Registration Book for themselves. - Witness my hand, this the 17th day of April, 1922. W. T. WARE, Circuit Clerk, and Registrar, for Monroe Co. Noiue of Sak by I Vh(!T:i. on ia 1915. fha. li. .,..!.;.: aa, Grace Si.-ii;i . i .- i:u .. I -oti t Tru--, i . a lU-rsijnt il a- tia-itf. ; a hereiiiai t t '.'!.'. . : pav mei;t ot ( -r' .';r. ' to 'W. M S.n;)!-.,-! a- t dtt ot 1 1 1:- . :ir i Whertais tii a- : ; tho p:t ISO Ii! o! aa; ; and tin uiio'-r-i.::'! a ; : id by tho i " ' h : ', a y ' t a t'ciili1 said ti u: d. f.i in with its rrov i-i !.- ; - . i tseiiiiX duly n-t-oia!-. d ii. 1 ( 'n.iiH'ft C ! a i :. t y, Mis , :it A r-.'.-a v.. Mi X at pa- I . ot Iia' ia o; vi er-d. oi a.d ri.i.i.a. Now, t ta :a-: a i , . ; -t he prenii-' I . ' . i i 1 trustt-e. wili i: M. ::.:. . 1M 22. witl'in ' a a! ui -salt at pub-ir on " , : . . a highest bldiier tar a-a, ! itur tJfforib.'d 5 a r: , to Eighty i ' i art r . :i ; ; ot tho S ii t h I'. il a aa. ! tllirty ( 'U' . lov.'n-' i a raiiijc six '.!. a-t . ; : a eil in Monroe e aa -- Said ia!c w:A ! !.-! ises as I'.i-rin1' I loeated n the N a a -gravel rad, haaa aa I luna. Mi- . a:ai h a: two miles la i -1 lr"a The titlo to - ia: to tie good, y -t 1 -a snell title a- l- a i Wit ne--. lay N-gii. day ot Aj'iil, laJJ. w. ii. di: a7- at -tee 1 1 '. ; a- i 'as LIKi.M. NO ! ICll. 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