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T>RER RABBIT Syrup will save you money and
there is nothing more delicious with hot bread,
pan-cakes, French toast, or just a slice of bread.
The flavor of BRER RABBIT syrup proves to
you it is real, country-made Ribbon-Cane Syrup from
the country.
You can serve it for dinner on fritters, and after
school the kiddies are always hankering after a slice
of bread with some delicious CRÜR RABBIT poured
over it. It's the best thing in the world for them.
Go to your grocer and say "BRER RABBIT
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You'll get real Country Made Ribbon-Cane
Syrup as it comes from the country absolutely pure.
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Housewives everywhere know that the name
on a food means A.lways the Best of its Kind, 22 years of quality.
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40 Winters
40 Summers-Since Then
Have Rolled Away
Forty winters and forty summers
have rolled away since persons who
are living and well today first took
the prescription for "Number 4Ü For
The Blood." "Number 40" is com
pounded from ingredients that are
set down in the U. S. Dispensatory"
and other authoritative medical
books as follows: Employed in di
seases of the glandular system, -in
blood poison, mercurial and lead poi
soning, scrofula, rheumatism, catarrh,
constipation, liver and stomach dis
eases. Under its use, sores, ulcers
nodes tumors and scrofulous swell-!
ings that have withstood all other
Refreshing flavor and fragrance and un- (
usual mellow-mildness make Camel Ciga
rettes instantly and permanently likable!
AMELS are a cigarette revelation! They
are a smoke delight! They answer the
cigarette question as it has never before been
answered. Your taste will prove that!
Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish
and choice Domestic tobaccos which you will
greatly prefer to either kind of tobacco smoked
straight. Your test proves that!
This expert blend brings out Camels' wonder
ful cigarette qualities. It eliminates any un
pleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant
cigaretty odor ! It also makes possible Camels'
enticing mildness while retaining the full
body " of the tobaccos.
No matter how much you like Camels and
how liberally you smoke them, they will not
tire your taste!
For your own satisfaction compare Camels
with any cigarette in the world at any price 1
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of 20 cigarmttea: or ten pack
ages 1 200 cigarettes) in a
glaaaine-paper-covered carton.
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No. 40 is sold by McIntyre Drug
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CHANCERY SUMMONS.
The State of Mississippi
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To the Alabama Fidelity Mortgage &
Bond Company, Montgomery, Ala
bama, and to the Fourth Nation
al Bank of Montgomery, Mont
gomery, Alabama.
You and each of you are commanded
to be and appear before the Chancery
Court of Leflore County, in said State
on the Fourth Monday in March, 1920,
to defend the suit in said Court of
Gwin & Mounger, pro se S. L. Gwin
and E. L. Mounger, wherein you are
defendants,
D. 1919.
This the 10th day of November, A.
A. R. BEW, Clerk.,
(Seal)
Woman Thinks She
Can't Talk Enough
I had gall stones for 14 years and
suffered severely from gas, colic and
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indigestion. Doctors wanted me to
go to the hospital, but I took Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy instead, and am
now feeling fine and better than I
ever did. I can't talk enough about
this remedy." It is a simple, harm
less preparation that removes the j
catarrhal mucus from the intestinal
and druggists everywhere. (Adv.)
tract and allays the inflamation which
causes practically all stomach, liver
and intestinal ailments, including ap
pendicitis. One dose will convince or
mQney refunded . Barrett's Drug Store
Take The Daily Commonwealth.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL COMMIS»,
By virtue of the authority vested
in me under that certain decree of the
Chancery Court of Leflore County,
Mississippi, rendered on the 23rd day
of October, 1919, in the cause therein
pending styled "Kane Reed, et al. vs.
The Heirs-At-Law of James Y. Me
Neill, Sr., Deceased, et al", being
cause number 3564 on the General
Docket of. said court, which said de
cree appears in volume 7, at page 188
of the Minutes of said court, I, A. R.
Bew, as Special Commissioner under
said decree, will on
Wednesday, November 19th, 1919,
offer for sale and sell
within legal hours, at public auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash (as
hereinafter stated), at the minimum fk
price of fifteen thousand dollars ($15 - "*
nnnnm of on «fi. , 100 - Ji a
000.00), at the south door of the court
house of Leflore County, Mississippi,
in the City of Greenwood, the prop- *
erty commonly known as the James
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• McNeill Homestead, situated in
Leflore County, Mississippi, more ,
particularly described by metes and
bounds as follows: ey
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SIONER'S SALE OF LAND.
Beginning at the northwest corner!
jf the northwest quarter (N. W. cor
ner of N. W. 1-4) of section thirty
six (36,) township nineteen (19),
range two (2) West in Leflore Coun
ty, Mississippi, running thence east
along the northern boundary line of
said section thirty six (36) to the
quarter comer post at the northeast
corner of said northwest quarter of
said section thirty six (36), then east E
along the northern boundary line of
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said section thirty six (36) a distance !
of two and forty two hundredth!
(2.42) chains ,thence south thirty j
eight (38) degrees forty five (45)
minutes west a distance of nine and
fifty hundredths (9.50) chaines, thence
south forty nine (49) degrees thirty
(30) minutes west a distance of twen
ty and three hundredths (20.03) chains
to Blue Lake, thence in a southerly di
rection with the meandering line of
said Lake at low water mark to the
intersection of the section line run
ning south from said northwest cor
ner of said northwest quarter of said
section thirty six (36,) thence north
along the said section line a distance
of twenty four and seventy six hun
lredths (24.76) chains to the point
jf beginning; said tract comprising
thirty six hundredths (.36) acres
more or less situated in the north
west corner of the northeast quarter
(N. W. corner of N. E. 1-4) of said
section thirty six (36) and seventy
one and fifty four hundredths (71.54)
acres more or less situated in the
to
of
northwest quarter (N. W. 1-4) of said
section thirty six (36); less a lot or
parcel of land sixty by seventy (60x
70) feet, situated in the said north
west quarter of said section thirty six
of
(36), particularly described in the
deed from James Y. McNeill and Mar
garet D. McNeill to Mrs. E. A. Love
recorded in book 37, at page 483, of
the Records of Land Deeds of Leflore
County, Mississippi; less also two and
seven tenths (2.7) acres situated in
the northwest quarter of said north
west quarter (N. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4)
of said section thirty six (36) parti
cularly described in the deed from
James Y. McNeill and Margaret D.
McNeill to R. N. Love, dated August
23rd, 1905, recorded in book 38, at
page 329, of the Records! of Land
Deeds of said county; less also ten 1
and six tenths (10.6) acres in the Ÿ
northwest quarter of the northwest
quarter (N. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4) of
said section thirty six (36), particu- *
larly described in the deed from
James Y. McNeill and Margaret D.
McNeill to R. N. Love, dated June
12th, 19Q8, recorded in book 37, at
page 68, of the Records of Land Deeds
of said county; less also thirty three
hundredths (.33) acres situated in
the west half of the northwest quar
ter (W. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4) of said sec
tion thirty six (36) particularly de
scribed in the deed from James Y.
McNeill and Margaret D. McNeill to
W .W. Ellies, Jr., dated January 1st,
1909, recorded in book 37, at page 355,
of the Records of Land Deeds of said
county; less also forty four hurt
dredths (.44) acres situated in the
west half of the northwest quarter i
(W. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4) of said section
thirty six (36,) particularly described
in the deed from James Y. McNeill
and Margaret D. McNeill to W. W.
Ellis, Jr., dated August 16th, 1906
recorded in book 40, at page 162, of
the» ( Records of Land Deeds of said
county, less also thirty four hun
dredths (.34) acres situated in the
west half of the northwest quarter
(W. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4) of said section
thirty six, (36), particularly described
in deed from James Y. McNeill and
Margaret D. McNeill to J. B. Ellis,
dated December 28th, 1907, recorded
in book 36, at page 463, of the Rec
ords of Land Deeds of said county;
less also ope and seven tenths (1.7)
acres situated in the northwest quar
ter of the northwest quarter (N. W.
1-4 of N. W. 1-4) of said section thir
ty six (36,) particularly described in
the deed from James Y. McNeill and
Margaret D. McNeill to Jennie Me
Cain Reed, dated "July-, 1907
and recorded in book 37 ,at page 102,
of the Records of Land Deeds of said
county; less also the depot grounds
situated in the northwest quarter of
northwest quarter (N. W. 1-4 of N.
W. 1-4) of said section thirty six
(36), particularly described in the
deed from James Y. McNeill and
Margaret D. McNeill to the Georgia
Pbdfic Railroad Company dated Oc
tober 21st, 1890, recorded in book 16,
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p Berclair School
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thirty six (36), by the deed from
James Y. McNeill and Margaret D.
McNeill to the Berclair School, dated;
April 18th, 1908, and recorded in:
book 37, at page 5, of the Records of
Lands Deeds of said county; less also
the right-of-way of the Géorgie Pa
cific Railroad Company through tl
northwest quarter (N. W. 1-4) of said
section thirty six (36), particularly !
described in the deed from James Y
McNeill and Margaret D. McNeill to
the Georgia Pacific Railroad Com
pany, dated May 13th, 1888, and
corded in book 12, at page 543 ; less j
also eighty-one one hundredts (.81) !
acres in the west half of the northwest ;
quarter (W. 1-2 of N. W. 1-4) of said;
section thirt y six < 36 > particularly de- j
scr ibed in the deed from James Y.
an{ * Margaret D. McNeill to
Purnel * an< * J- T - Lay dated ■
ruly - » 1898," recorded in book 25, ;
t page 34, of the Records of Land
£ * ' su ^jTto!
d 1 d U a d sua Ject to
e terms ana T conditions of the deedi
from James Y - McNeill and Margar
D. McNeill to W. W. Ellis Jr J i
j«,. R N Love Kane Reed Rer
. K ' .. "Ü, e ' Kane Heed, Ber
clair Mercantlle Company, M .E. Hal
' and the Itta Bena Cotton Oil Com- **
pany, dated
and recorded in book 37, at page 356
the Records of Land Deeds of said
county, as to access to and use of the
artesian well therein mentioned. And !
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corner °* L- e northwest quarter (N. <
' corner 0f o N ' W ' 1 * 4) of section |
thirty S1X < 36) townshi P nineteen,
(19) range two (2) West, in Leflore
County, Mississippi, running thence
west along the northern boundary
line of said section thirty six (36)
distance of eighteen (18) chains to j
stake, then north sixty three (63)
degrees twenty seven (27) minutes
east a distance of twenty and twelve
hundredths (20.12) chains, thence
south a distance of nine (9) chains
the point of beginning ;said tract
comprising eight and one tenth (8.1)
acres more or less situated in the
southeast corner of the southwest !
quarter (S. E. corner of S. W. 1-4) j
section twenty five (25), township
nineteen (19) range two (2) West in
Leflore County, Mississippi.
Under the terms of said decree first
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2. That certain tract or parcel of ?
land described as beginning at the t
quarter comer post at the northeast *

above mentioned, the purchaser of
said property at said sale is required:
immediately pay to me, twenty per
cent. (20%) of the purchase price ofj
said property, on said sale, and to
pay the balance of the purchase price
said property to me immediately
upon the confirmation of said sale by
said court; and should said purchaser 1
fail to pay the balance of said pur-!
chase price upon the confirmation ofj
said sale by said court the said initial
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^ eDt of twenty per cent. (20%)
the purchase price of said proprty
shall be forfeited to the owners of
said property; and should said sale
not be confirmed by said court, the
said initial payment of twenty per
cent (20%) of the purchase price of
said property shall be returned to the
purchaser by me; all as provided in
said decree.
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Witness my signature this 27th day
October, 1919.
A. R. BEW,
Special Commissioner.
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ONEBLOCK EAST OF SOUTHERN DEPOT.
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A Refreshing Bath alter a Hard Day mi the Farm
Have you ever considered how much comfort and pleasure
a modem bathroom would add to your home ?
Convenience, comfort, health assurance makes it more
important than even the possession of an automobile, to
the farmer. • #
Standard" Plumbing Fixtures £ V f high-grade work
manship provide every requisite <J.*. nitary and efficient#
•plumbing equipment and insure permanent satisfaction.
J. D. LANHAM
Plumbing, Heating and Electrical Work. Contractor & Dealer
CAR LOAD
Reoublic Trucks
It will give us pleasure
to figure with you.
H. D. Walker
Auto Co.
IPHONES No. 767 and 768
Greenwood, Miss.
—LOANS—
ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS
TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY
IN LEFLORE AND ADJOIN
ING COUNTIES—LOANS RUN
FOR 10 YEARS. WITH SMALL
PAYMENTS ANNUALLY. NO
EXPENSE- NO Delays; Best Rates
J. L. Bishop. Lawyer,
Office Kimbrough Bldg., East of
Court House Square.
PHONE No. 984-W.
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STOMACH ILLS
: )ermanently disappear after drinking
; the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water
1 Positively guaranteed Jjy money-back
1 offer. Tastes fine; costs a trifle.
i Delivered in your home by your drug
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NEW KANTOR BUILDING.
Hours: 9 to 11 a.m.; 2 to 5 p.m.
Office Phone 820; Res. Phone 867.

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a trifle. Delivered in your home by
your druggist or groced. Greenwood
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