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The Southern herald. (Liberty, Miss.) 1866-current, December 29, 1922, Image 2

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Foliow and Clean Up Sale!
Tlis Success of ir Mpiii Sale
lias uromuted is ti Continue it it tlu fori
' , 4 .jr$j .-.' V &&&&&
jfc BabuS Shrai.
ithout the cares u?e avown folks mt
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PlPithout a thought of pain.
he baby with its pattering feet
Qoes to the shrine again
To stand, enraptured, gazing wide,
To worship there in glee,
Inhere super-joys of Christmastide
Reward the deuotee.
Charles Frederick Wadsworlh
sisiippi Real
I any, non
See address is I
, La. .defendant
yoil are rom-
Son Resident Defendant
Tho State Of Mi
To Louisiann-.
& Investment ('
ident, whote pos
givtD as Kentui
Ycu and each
manded to apper
eery Court of .'
the first M Midaj
ingtlie first day i
to plead, aniwer
suit of Amanda
seeking a partitii
part of the follow
county, Miss., to
The s w X of l
of n w X of s
I State of Mississippi.
I To Minnie Huff, a non rfsi
y ; dent, post office unknown:
e3" You are hereby commanded to
a BDtar In fore the chancci v nnnrl
U.,dteudant of Amjt- CWnty at alarm of tha
n.Miit t. xa hJrl fit AAh mI Iiahm
elow the Chan " 7 , ""uac
ite County on 111 tbe town of Llherl' lMl91
Jaoyi 1023, be!''es",niUB first owiiy of Janu
be Jany Term, 'y tn r'p"d, answer orde
demur to the ,mir t" a bill of complaint filed
'i wart et als, ; in said court by Ibuford Huff to
of and lien on which you are defendant,
land in Amite
Given under my hand it seal,
this 6th 3ay of December, 1922.
E. ft. NELSON, Clerk.
To (Hi via Word, Residence
A sec. 12 and
10 acres off the ea t side of the n e
YAol swsec. ll,T,R4east
and in winch suit you are named Unknown.
aa defendant. - , ,
ri- i , , , inn are hereby commanded
V. 1 VII MSI.. VI III 11.11, . U. Jl
office this tbe 5th day of Dec, 1922
E. ft. NELSON,
Chancery Clerk.
B, S. Stewart, Solicitor.
to appear before the Chancer?
Cearl of Amite county, at a tenn
of aaid court to he held begin
iug first Monday of Jan. '23, at
I the court house in the town of
I Liberty. Mill., to answer tbe
I suit filed in said court by Ernest
Word for divorce, wherein you
are defeudant.
Given under my haud seal thi
28 day of Nov, 1922.
E ft Nelson,
Chancery Clerk.
State of Mississippi:
To Ada Wagoner. A Non Real
( dent r siding in BatonRouge, I a
l ou are hereby commanded to
be and appear before the Chan
cery Court of Amite county,. Miss
"on the 1st, Monday, the 1st day
of January, 1923, to lliere de
fend the suit of Elijah Wagoner
tor a divorce, wherein you aie
Witness my hand and seal of
office this 22ud, day of Nov. '22
E. ft. NELSON,
Chancery Clerk.
a rettiilar clearance anfl Cleau-Uu Sale
The People have shown us by their con
tinued coming to our store, in Crowds, for
many miles outside of Liberty, and buying
such bills as we have not sold since Flush
Times of 1919-20 that they do really appre
ciate good merchandise at such values as
we are giving each and every day.
You cannot fool the people, and such has never
been our policy nor intention, but when they see
goods displayed in such manner that every one can
examine and see for themselves, and judge the val
lies, it is self-convincing; and so, through Decem
ber and the Holidays we are going to continue to
receive new merchandise from St. Louis, New Or
leans, Memphis, and Eastern Markets; the newest
and best of everything, and will continue to dis
play and sell at such price that will make
Our Store Headquarters for the Whole Countryside.
It will be to your interest to come and give us
a look, no matter where you live for we know posi
tively we can save you money on your winter pur
Just a few of our Everyday Specials
UcM riackinaw Coats
Blue Sorgo Suits
Caps... '..
Good Winter Shirts
Socks .
1 1 .98
.69 '
Just a tew of hundreds of Ladies
Wear Dry Goods, etc., at un
heard of values,
5 yds. (full Dress Pattern) good
Suiting .i)8
Ladies 10.00 and 15.00 val, hats .08
Ladies Coats and Cloaks at less than
half price.
Ladies good suiting )5 & 50 value .24:
Good Dress Gingham, per yd .14
lie Sure and come to our Grocery
1 (ept, for your Groceries,
Heres jusf a sample of these values:
8 pounds of Good Coffee $1.00
21 lb Sack of Good Flour c .98
21 Bars Laundry Soap 1.00
Good Water Bucket ,25
.And so on through the entire stock, by
dozen at corresponding price and value.
The W. L. R obinson Co.
Liberty , Miss.
State of Mississippi.
lo I). 0. Bolin, a non resident,
residing at Port Arthur, Texas:
You are hereby commanded, to
be ani appear before the Chancery
Court of Amite county, Miss., on
the 1st Monday, tlx first day, of
January ,1928, to defend the action
of Elsie Bolin for divorce, where
in you are defendant.
Given under my hand and seal
of office this 27 day of Nov., 1922.
E, G, Nelson, Chy Clerk
Non Resident Notice
State of Mississippi
To Bernard VPeitblrook, post of
fice address unknown:
You are hereby commanded to
appear before the Chancery Court
of Amite Ooujity on the first Mon
day of Jan'y, 1923, to answer the
suit of Gladys Westbrook, divorce,
wherein yon are defendant.
Witness rny hand, Dec. 1, 1922.
E. G. Nelson, Cb'y Clerk.
R. s. Stewart, Sol.
Remember The Herald can
fill your order for Tombstones,

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