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THE SOUTHERN HERALD. LIBERTY, MI.. FRIDAY. DEC. 79, 1922 Published by A. G. Strattoa ' inscription in Advance $1.25 1 ANNOUNCEMENT The Herald is authorized to an nounce G. M. CAUSEY as a candidate for Chancery Clerk of Amite county, Miss., subject to acuuu oi me uemocrai primary NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 1 Liberty, Miss., Dec. 15, 1922. Notice ie hereby given that iii8 regular January, 1923, terra of the Chancery Court of Amite; county, Mi., will open on Mon day, Jan'y 1, 1923, but will im mediately adjourn until Monday tbe Sin day of Jan , 1923. E. G. Nelson Chancery Cl'k Choice home grown seed oats for sale by W. L Robinson Co For Sale One pure bred Jersey male calf; for particulars apply to Clinton M'Gehee, Liberty, Miss 777"7 7 . r-reea uais, nay, nee DOllSh. meal and 111 s. Oohpr's dairy feed prices right for sales ; . . ' by W. L. Robinson Co. Notice The Schools of Amite County will close Friday, Dec. 22, '22 for the Christmas Holidays, and reopen Monday, Jan, 1, '23. J. N. Steele, Co. Supt. There were 6,871 Bales of Cot- ton gined in Amite County from thi crop of 1922, prior to Dec 1, 1922, as compared with 5,923 ginned to Dec. 1, 1921 NON RESIDENT NOTICE State of Mississippi, Amite County: To Margartee Badon, wiioseU1'6 1101(11 boundary line of P. O. address is Wilmington, N. " C, You are hereby commanded to be and appear before tbe Chan eery Court of Amite County, Mi- s.issippi, in the Town of Liberty uu tut) iirai lvionuay, ma isi, day of January, 1923, to then and there defend tbe suit of Lloyd Badon for a divorce, wherein you are the defendant Witness my hand and seal of nfhne (his H 99 rlnv nf KTnv '99 E. G, NELSON, Clerk E. G. Williams, Solicitor. O. T. Gordon, Solicitor. Nan Resident Notice State of Mississippi: County of Amite To John C. Lea, whose post of fice address it Baton Rouge, La You arp hereby commanded to appear before the ChanceryCourt of Amite County, Mississippi, at I.fhsrtv. nn the First Mondav of Jan., 1923, being the first day of the term, to answer, plead or de- mur to th9 bill of complaint filer) in said Court by the Hiller Land & Trading Compauy, Limited, to foreclose Vendor's Lieu on cer - tain lands described in said bill f pomnUint wherein vou arelasrencv. I will furnish sa defendant. Given under my band and seal of office this 19th day of Oct., 1922. E. G. NELSON, Clerk. C. T. Gordon, Atty. Non Resident Summons State of Mississippi. To Ivy Godbold, anon resident the post office address is unknown You are hereby commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of Amite County on the First "5 SMS totnesuH ui - for divorce wherein you are named loforwlnnt. mv",. , , ' Given under my hand anu seiu of office this the 5th day ot uec.i 1922 E. G. Nelson, Notice of SUbstitued Trustee Sale. Whereas, an the 7th day of Oct. 1919 F A Anderson executed and lelivered to J M Cashin, Trustee, a deed of trust upon the certain land therein described for the pur pose of securing an indebtedness lue and payable to S. Castlemen and W. S. Knotts, said indebted ness being fully mentioned and described in said deed of trust anj v lick deed of trust is of re cord in land moitgage book 10, page 330, ofthe records of Amite County, Miss., and reference to which is hereby made; and where- as on ic 12 day of Dec. 1922, the undersigned was duly substituted as trustee tllc sail1 deed of trust as provided I herein by the said S. Castlemen and W. S. Knotts, which substitution was duly sign ed, acknowledged and fded for re cord, and which appears of record in land mortgage book 21, page 118, etseq; and whereas a portion r,f enA InJiktiuln... 1 1... the said deed of trust has not been paid and is now in default and the said deed of trust by said default is subject to foreclosure and the property therein described subject to sale for the payment of said in- debtedness and having been re i j i , , quesicu oy me oeneiiciai les in llie said deed of trust to sell said pro perty as provided in the said deed of trust for Hie purpose of paying ani1 satisfying the said indebted- "ess; Therefore, notice is hereby giv en that the undersigned substitut ed trustee will on Saturday, Jan. 20. 1923. at the north door of Ihp (;ourt IIouso in the tma Q, Liber ty, Miss., within legal hours, will offer for sale, and will sell at pub lic outcay to the highest bidder for cash, as provided in the said deed of trust, the following described land to-wit Beginning at the intersection of ec- tion 34 with west boundary line of lit XT P t XT 11 lhc Yazo & Mississippi Valley uaiiroau ngnt oi way ana runn ing thence south 11 degrees and 30 minutes west 0.83 chains to post; mrth 78 degrees 15 minutes W, JO chains to the Nat chez road; thence north 1G degrees v. 5.53 chains to section line thence east with said line 9.74 chains to place of beginning, and containing 5.06 acres in the nortl half of the north west quarter sect. on 34, towush'p 3, north range 2 east, Aniita County, Mis and within the corporate limits of the town of Glostor, Miss. At said sale I will give such title as is vested in me as trustee, am which I believe to be gcod. Witness my signature this the 20 day of Dec. A. D., 1922. R. G. JOHNSON, Sub. Trustee. Wanticd: An exclusive distri butor, either entice or part time to represent "KL1M" the best pure food product known an manufactured by one of tne bes financial concerns having twenty one factories and manufacturing over twenty million pounds per jmonth. You buy, sell, and de liver, thus securing tbe exclusive helps etc. GEO. A. SMITH, 508 Camp Street, New Orleans, La Dr, H. C. Simmons Graduate Veterinarian Experience as Veterinari an in U. S. Army, (jtovern- ment work and as General practitioner. Diseases' of all domestic aI)jniaB scientifically treated phonM 0ffiCfl 254, Kesicl- 970. Day or right 1 ,.r McComb, Miss. Farm Wanted Wanted to li r . ljgnr rom owner of a farm fo , for Fuu delivery. Give lowest mice. Li. Jones, Box rl5i Qluev, 111. inutes. Board ot Supm is- ors, Araile County, Miss. Monday, Dec 4,1922, Board met in Liberty, Mississippi; present J. W. Butler, Wallace Jackson, Wiley J. Seals, Lucius L. Branch and M. A. Wall, the members ith E. G. Nelson, Cleric, an J. K Harvey, Sheriff, and ordered the following business: Officers presented their month ly reports; same filed. Assessor and Supervisors certi- fied to by state tax commission as not being in default of any duty pertaining to assessment of 1922. J. B. Harris, state bond attor- ney, authorised to proceed to have 1 Zion Hill school bonds validated, Sheriff ordered to pay to credit of Holly Grove school all of 3 mill tax collected on certain lands now released from Zion II ill school. Loan to L. F. Stewart of $350, 16 sec fund, renewed and addition al loan of $100 made to him. Isaac Freeman loaned $350 of 10 sec fund. I'eyton Carroll relieved of road ind poll tax, being over age. Tick Inspectors all discontinued except two for border quarantine. Board adjourned until tomorrow morning. Wallace Jackson, Pres. TUESDAY SECOND DAY accounts allowed: Cumberland Tel Co 11 90 N B Travis salary 125.00 J K Harvey salry 250.U01 same stamps (j.Ofj H O Jones salary rd forman 85.00 Henry Easley salary dis 5 75.00 J ( Taylor lbr and nails 14.82 Gene Caston cross cut saw 7 75 W O Pray bdg 15.501 Austin West Maeh Co 335 go liarnett Jones true wk I T Smith corn 3 00 14.00 W Williams hay 2.25 R Jackson smith wk 4 00 R S Stewart salary 15.00 E G Nelson diem & stamps W J Scale per diem & extr 20 50 35.00 J W Butler same 30.00 35.00 M A Wall same Wallace Jackson same 1. L Branch same j. i.uu .- ,, I ir oo A O Jones ol asesor salary F Webb " 2500 C M Webb salary '.' 110.00 Jim Raiborn rd wk 27,00 2.00 80 D Van smith wk Geo Bradshaw true wk I A Johnson convey prisners 24.661 I K Harvey convey lunatics 31,351 Committee Jackson & Scale re ported road near L L Tolers from Gloster road to Gloster road, prac ticable, and recommend same pro vided it is opened to a width of 20 It, right of way and made ready Ordered that the Board adjourn! until court in course, Wallace Jackson, President J W Butler W J Scale L L Branch M A Wall ixon Kehiueni iute ki . r j a. Kl A. I To Stafford Rogers, post otlice unknown, and to David Rogers and Celeste Rogers, postotlice care Style s Shop, Memphis, lenn., mi nors, and to C. D. Rogers.ta non resident, whose P Oaddressis un known, father of said minors. You are hereby commanded to ppea r before the chancery court of Amite Co. Miss., at a term of court to be held begining 1st day of Jan. 1923, on the first said Monday of Jan dav of the term, then and there to show cause why the fiscal ac count of J R Whittington, Guardi an, should not be allowed, and said Guardian relieved from all further duty to account to said minorSi Given under my hand and seal of court, this Nov. 27, 1922. E Q Nelson, Clcik. Lowrey & McLain, Sol. jii.i Correct English How To Use It Josephine Turck Baker, Editor A Monthly Magazine $2.50 The Year Evanston, Illinois 006 cures Dengue Fever. Mice of Trustee Sale of Land whereas, e. f. Webb, as curator of Ida Webb, Interdict, did on the 12th day of January, 1922, make and execute to The Fenwick Sanitarium, Beneficiary and George Causey, Trustee, a Deed of Trust, as was duly recerd ed in Land Moitgage Book 10 Page 028 of Amite County, Miss., and the undersigned having been substituted as trustee, as provided for under the terms of the said Deed of Trust in the place and stead of George Causey, and said substitution being duly filed and recorded in Land Mortgage Book 21 page 109 ot said county, before any action herein and default hav ing been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured by said deed of trust and I having been requested to foreclose the deed of trust and pay the debt out of the prorceeds, .Notice is hereby given, that 1, C. T. Gordon, Substitued trustee, between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. in., Trustee will on Saturday, the 20th, day of January, 1923, at the front door 0f the Court House, Liberty, A m;te county, Miss., offer for sale and sell at public auction for cash to the highest bidder therefor the following described land, to-wit: NX of EX of NEX, 8ection 13. Township 2, Range 5, W of SW ami NE of SWi, containing fifteen acres, W of NW and SEX of SW. section 18, Town ship 2, Range 0. Being the property acquired by miss lua euu ironi ine estate oi ti ur i i f . i -lA-i P C Webb, L C Webb and A B Webb and being all the lands own ed by the said Miss Ida Webb. The same being, the lands coneey- ed in trust to secure the said in- debtedness. I will at said sale convey only inch title as is vested in me a trustee, which I believe to be good C. T. GORDON Sub. Trustee Posted this 27lh day oi Dee. 1922. unu trcinciiT unTinr nun nLoiut.ni huiiuli .... State of Mississippi. A0 ijcon Alien, a non-resiu- ent, whose post otlice address is unknown You are hereby commanded to be and annear before the Chancery Court of Amite County Mississippi on the fiirst Monday the 1st day of January, 1923, t then defend the suit of Maggh Allen tor divorce, wherein you are defendant. Given under mv hand und seal Of office this Nov. 27, 1022 E. G. NEL80N, Clerk NUN RESIDENT NOTIC State of Mississippi lo Louis Anderson, a non res ident, post office unknown: You are herehv commanded t appear beiore the chancery couri lot Amite county at a term of the court, to be hrdd beginning first M onday of Jan'y., 1023, at the court house in the town of Lim ty, Miss., to plead, answer or ue mur to the bill of complaint of Pearl Anderson for divorce, and to which you are defendant Given under mv hand & setd this 0 day of Dec ' ifJ?2' E.G.Nelson, Ohy Clerk NON RESIDENT NOTICE To Carrie Olkin, Post Office unknown; You are hereby commanded U appear before the Chancery I Court of Amite couuty, Miss at a term of said court to be held at the Court House in the tow of Liberty, begining first Mon dav of January, 1923, then and there to plead, answer or demu to the bill of (wmplamt tiled in said court by Robert Otkin, for divorce, wherein you are defen dant. Given under my hand this 4 day of Decembei, 1922. E. G. NELSON, Chancery Clerk. I Lowrey & McLaiu, Sol. Q. n. Turnipseed's Sale! Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! and then some! Best ginghams, per yard 17 cents . Second best ginghams per yard 15 cents Yellow domestic, one yard wide 10 cents Best yard wide percale Yl cents Percale, twenty seven inches wide I2 cents Chambray, alicolors, 12$ cents Outing, 500 yards, per yard 15 cents Best grade outing, per yard 20 cents Ilattress ticking, one yard wide 15 cents Crash towels, per pair 15 cents Calico, 500 yards, per yard 8 cents Calico, live hundred yards, per yard 9 cents Cretonne, best, per 20 cents Plaid shirting, per 15 cents : lileach domestic, per yard 15 cents Men 6 work socks, per pair ls cent Men's silk socks per pair 50 cents Ladies' hose, per pr 10 cents " ' silk hose, black and brown 1.00 pr Hens dress shirts from $1 to 3.50 " fleece lined underwear per suit 1.25 Mens' heavy wk shoes 2.50 " heavy boots 6 00 Ladies low shoes 3.25 4 10 gauge shot guns 10.00 Single barrel 12 gauge shot guns 10.00 Double barrell 12 gauge shot guns 17.50 One Winchester pump gun 12 gauge 40.00 Nice assortment of tinware per piece 15c Pocket knives, all kinds from 10 cents to 2.00 Pond Lily Hour per sk 1.15 Cook stoves from $10 to 30.00 Also have a Nice line of Fruits, Candies, Fire Works and all sorts of Christmas Toys. Call to see me when you are in Town ! G. M. TURNIPSEED W SAYINGS MPS of lhc 1918 Series Will Mai are January 1, '23 We Incite Yon to Place the CASH Which Tou Shall Realize by the Redemption of Your War Savings Stamps Tn oar SA I 7.', 'GJ$ DEP. HI TMEXT And keep it growing, by making it earn FOUR PER CENT INTEREST LIBERTY BANK Jtii'eiy, dleM. HEWN TIES WANTED Delivered on the Y. & M. Y. E. K. At Loading Points Only 0x8x8 Foot 0x8x7 Foot Square edge and sound. Made from Sound Live Timber. P amp sizes. Smothly Manfg. Highest Prices Paid. Good Inspections. Will pay Cash every week for all ties inspected, For prices and particu lars, write or see C. ADAMS GLOSTER, MISS. Ford TRADE MARK LIBERTY MOTOR CO., Liberty, Miss. Sap Pine Ties Sap Pine Ties, sor S Stewart, soncnui.