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THE ABERDEEN WEEKLY.
THE "OLD RELIABLE"
THEDFORO'S BLACK-DRAUGHT
WIDELY-KNOWN
ORATOR COMING
Granville Jones will Lecture at
Chautauqua Here.
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Wlute Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Median es Cost
and Go Bui The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draught
Came and Stayed.
Dutton, A:!. If -commending Thed
ford's Black-Draught to her friends and
neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a well
known Jackson County lady, said: "I am
getting up in years; my head is pretty
white. I have seen medicines and reme
dies come and go but the old reliable
came and stayed, i am talking of Black
Draught, a liver medicine we have used
for years one that can be depended up
on and one that will do the work.
"Black-Draught will relieve indigestion
and constipation if taken right, and I know
for 1 tried it. It is the best thing I have
ever found for the full, uncomfortable
feeling after meals. Sour stomach and
sick headache can be relieved by taking
Black-Draught. It aids digestion, also
ssists the liver in throwing off impuri
ties. I am glad to recommend Black
Draught, and do, to my friends and
neighbors."
Thedford's Black-Draught is a stand
ard household remedy with a record of
over seventy years of successful use.
Every one occasionally needs something
to help cleanse the system of impurities.
Try Black-Draught. Insist upon Thed
ford's, the genuine.
At all druggists. j. 73
Audience will Hear Masterly Address
on "The Creed of
America."
Granville Jones, who will lecture
here at the com ins Iledpath Chautau
qua on "The Creed of America," is one
of the notable orators of the day.
lie Is known as a thorough student
of present-day social phenomena, and
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GRANVILLE JONES
what he has to say on the platform
Is based on careful observation and
conscientious investigation.
Granville Jones is pre-eminently
"human." The moment he begins to
speak his hearers are aware that they
are listening to a man who under
stands life and people. It is this deep
feeling for his fellows which gives to
all his lectures a highly inspirational
note.
Mr. Jones is a staff lecturer of the
International Lions Clubs.
FRANK DIXON TO
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LECTURE HERE
Eminent Publicist at Coming Red
path Chautauqua.
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Deliver Great Lecture on
Indispensable Tools of
Democracy."
The
SUPPLEMENTAL REGISTRATION NOTICE,
FOR MONROE COUNTY.
Pursuant to the provisions of Sec. 4122 of the Code of Missis
sippi, 1906, I, the undersigned Registrar of Monroe County, Miss.f
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,
Alsup Mill, on Thursday, May the 18th, '
( Lebauoii Church)
Gattman, on Fridaj-, May the 19th, "
Athens, (2d District) on Monday, May the 22d, '
Rural Hill, on Tuesday, May the 23d, "
Quincv, on Wednesday, May the 21th, "
Greenwood Springs, on Thursday, May the 25th, "
Pickles Store, .on Friday, May the 26th, "
Becker, on Monday, May the 29th, M
Amorv, South on Tuesday, May the 30th,
( T. IA. Hotel)
Amory, North on Wednesday, May the 31st, "
( Mayor's Ottice )
Smithville, :. on Thursday, June the 1st,
Cox Store, on Friday, June the 2nd, 44
Williams Store, (Splunge) Monday, June the 5th, 44
Parham's Store, on Tuesday, June the 6th, 44
Hatley, on Wednesday4 June the 7th, 44
Bigbte, on Thursday, June the 8th, 44
Boyds, (Roberts Store) on Friday, June the 9th, 44
Nettleton, on Monday, June the 12th, 44
Central Grove, on Tuesday, June the 13th, 44
Wren, on Wednesday, June th" 1 lih, 44
Willis Store, on Thursday, June the 15th, 44
Center Point
North Aberdeen, on Friday, June the 16th,- 44
( Monroe Bank & Trust Co. )
South Aberdeen, on Saturday, June the 17th, 41
( Mayor's Office. )
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-
ouire that each voter subscribe to the oath provided by the Con-
s.iumon of ,hc State, and that one person cannot register for anoth- Sr.rt&vS
er, but mat an persons aesinng 10 register xviu i De present, ana in the union.
sign the Registration Book for themselves.
Witness my hand, this the 17th day of April, 1922.
W. T. 'SV ARE,
Circuit Clerk, and Registrar, for Monroe Co.
"The Indispensable Tools of Democ
racy" is announced as the lecture sub
ject of Frank - Dixon, lecturer and
publicist, who will be heard at the
coming' Redpath Chautauqua. Mr.
Dixon Is nationally known as a pow
erful Chautauqua lecturer. For nearly
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DiNNt-R TABLli SC?ENCU.
KITCHEN CABINET DEPARTMENT
OF THE WEEKLY IS BEST
IN ITS CLASS.
Always alert in the provisions of
means of enjoyment and instruction,
The Weekly believesit has one of the
best newspaper features in Nellie
Maxwell's "Kitchen Cabinet," which
is a department of this paper.
As every reader is more or less in
terested in eating, this department
fchould be unanimously popular. Miss
Maxwell's recipes are practical and
economical, and provide dishes any
one can prepare to secure the most
tasty flavor and wholesome results,
. Miss Maxwell is a noted domestiic
scientist, and readers of The Weekly
are to be congratulated that they
have the benefit of her large exper
ience. Her recipes, collected in a
scrap book, would make a cook book
of practical and intrinsic value,
Passenger Fares Reduced on Mo
i one oc unio Kaiiroach
The Mobile and Ohio R. R. has
announced that beginningjSaturdav
and Sunday, May Gth and 7th, and
continuing each Saturday and Sun
day during summer season, to and
including Sept. 30th and Oct. 1st.
1922, round trip week-end tickets
will be sold between all points on
the Mobile & Ohio R. 11. at one and
Frank Dixon, , as an interpreter of
the rapidly chartinfr currents of prov-
ernmental and social forces, has been
welJ described as "keen, caustic.
courageous, logical, brilliant a gen
eral hurrying out fact after fact into
battle formation."
"The Indispensable Tools of De
mocracy promises to be one or tn
most important or the Chautauqua
lectures.
LtiUAL NOTICE.
State of Mississippi,
Monroe County. No. 16855.
Miss Bessie Dortch vs. J. C. Mimms.
To J. C. Mimms:
An attachment at the suit of Miss
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
E. S. FURR,
Dental Surgeon,
First Floor Boyd-Acker Hospital,
North Meridian Street.
ice. 346.
Residence. 18.
M.
ABERDEEN. MISS.
one-third fare, with minimum of $1, PHONES r'
ttickets limited to return to original
starting point by 12 o'clock mid
night on Monday, immediately fol
lowing date of sale.
This is a material reduction in
the prevailing rate of fare and will
undoubtedly be taken advantage of
by a great many patrons of that
road who will welcome this oppor
tunity to pay a week-end visit to
relatives and friends living at other
points.
C. YOUNG. JESSE M. COLKMAN
Young: & Coleman,
Attorney s-at-Law.
WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
FEDERAL COURTS.
Upstairs One Door East Phoenix
Drufi: Store.
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The business activities of the Standard
Oil Company (Kentucky) are confined
to the South. The Company has pro
gressed with the marvelous growth of
the South and is today a vital part of
the business and economic life of its
people.
The following data gives some idea of
the operations of the Standard Oil
Company (Kentucky) in the State of
Mississippi:
It operates 105 tank stations and service
stations.
The Company pays in salaries and
commissions to its representatives in
the State of Mississippi approximately
$500,000.00 per year.
Under the various City, State and County
License and Taxes, it pays approxi
mately $30,000.00 per year.
The co-operation, loyalty and efficiency
of the Company's employes have con
tributed largely to the building up and
maintaining of its State-wide service to
the public.
The Company hopes to merit the public's
continued patronage based upon the
superior quality of its, products, its effic
ient organization and its service station
and tank station system throughout the
State.
Stan DARD'OiLXowpgiNY'
D . JNiK
INCORPORATE
ENTUCKY
R. B. DODSON, District Manager
STATE OF MISSISSIPPI
JACKSON, MISS.
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CHEAP EXCURSIONS
VIA
Boston Transcript.
SV'-n"0 attend political con-
Court of Monroe county, at Aberdeen,
Mississippi, has been executed, and
is now pending in said court; and un
less you appear before said court on
the third Monday of June. A. D. ,
1922, and plead to naid action, judfr
merit wilt be entered and the estate
attached will be subjected to the pay
ment of the plaintiff's claim.
W. T. WARE. Clerk.
Paul T. Graves,
Attorney For Plaintiff.
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P. T. GRAVES,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Attention given to all legal practice.
collection of claims promptly
handled.
Offic 2nd floor McQuiston Building.
Some girls make a habit of dress-
ventiona will have to say about it. ing eo positively that when thev oc-
It is eaid in Maine that because
both parties recommended the re
peal of the direct primary law, its
doom is sealed, but it were well to
wait and see what the plain people
Mickie says that a man with tact
is one who can drop a nickel into
the contribution box and make it
sound like a quarter. Florence
Col. Paradox.
casionally appear in plain white or
light blue their friends wonder why
'hey have gone into mourning,
Kansas City Star.
Don't forget that July 7th the
last day you can register and vote!
ILLINOIS CENTRAL
Beginning Sunday, IVIay 7, and on each Sunday there
after until September 24, Sunday Excursion Tickets will
be sold between all Stations on I. C, Y. & M. V. R. Rs
where the one-way fare is $6.00 or less at approximately
QUE FARE PLUS 25 CENTS
for the round trip. Good for return until 6:00 a. m. Mon
day following. Half fare for Children.
For Tickets and other particulars, see Agent
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
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Notice of Election of School Trus
tees. To the Trustees ud Patrons of the
Schols of Monro i Count-:
The first Saturds y in May. 2 p. ni,
is designated by Ihw as the time for
the election of school trustees. This
is to nrge upon you the importance
of the election or re-election of the
best men in your community as trus
tees. The success of jour school de
pends very largely upon thoste who
direct its affairs. Therefore, only
men who have a vital interest in the
boys and girls of the community
should be elected. Scatter the news
so that all the patrons will know to
come to the school house
First Saturday in iMay, 2 o'clock p. m.
When you have had your election,
please till out the blanks that will be
sent you and return to me. I am
very anxious to have a complete re
cord of all the trustees.
Very truly yours.
II. O. HOWELL.
a22 2t 8upt. Education.
Says a news dispatch: "There
has been a great deal of talk in con
gress with regard to the proposi
tion." The item applies to most
any proposition you may have iu
mind. Detroit News.
Thank God, pedestrians don't have
to lose time changing gears when
eluding a speeder. Trinidad (Col.)
Picketwire
Try the Progrtjssive Farmer.
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Notice o Sale b I ru-Uce.
Whereas, on tfce U-t i iy c; M i
1915. Cha. 15. NUm a:, i ! - u
Grace Sioourn, t-x--uu i --r!
Deed of Trust, e- nvt ii -: t;
dersigned as tru-: j-. ;
hereinafter de-f-ril-f-i?. t
payment of ceruiii in-; i ; d
to V. M. Sumner a- 2t. ir, in
defd tf trut, anl
Whereas default ha t - :. inn.;
the payment of said ir.i: :i lit
and the undersigned has i.t-.-a i ..
ed by the benetiary t u r -i:; : -ecute
said trust det'-d in ; . ;:.!.
with its .roviions; -aid !.-: i
beintr duly recorded in t;i- iV.i -e
the Chancery Clerk of M i ,r i .ii
y. Miss , at Aberdeen. . in i
X at page I. of the reeini- of tri
deeds of said county.
Now, therefore in v i:-i.'i -r.i' ; n
the premises I, V. H J ' .i i i -
trustee, will on Mond.'v, Mh '
1922, within lecral ioin
sale at oubiic outer v. and
highest bidder tor t iiIi. th j i-il.uu -intr
described property, to-wit:
Eighty S0i acres t'tt the F.-ist id--of
the South Kiit qu irier i f section
thirty (30). township tuelvt
range six 6), east, lii: and situat
ed in Monroe county. Mi?s,
Said sale will be neld on the prem
ises as described above, b. ; i ; ,t
located on the Nortii side of the
gravel road, leading r.a-t freui Oko
lona. Miss., and beinjr ap; roxiir.ate v
two miles East from. said town.
The title to said lands are belived
to be good, yet I shall convey only
such title as is vested in mo as t rutee.
Witness rav signature this the Sth
day of April, "19-22;
W. 11. DEAYF.NPOILT,
a7-5t Trustee.
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in the primaries this year,

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