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Vigorous Health Only As Far Away
As The Use Of Pepto
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Creates Rich, Red Blood
Petpto-Mangan Obtainable In Liquid
or Tablets—Insist On "Gude's"
The Genuine.
There is really no reason why men
or women with thin, watery blood and
consequent poor health should remain
in that unfortunate condition. Thin,
nervous, run-down, tired people never
get much happiness out of life.
Men and women with the bloom of
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! ny disposition and an attractive per
sonsonality are the folks who get most
of life's enjoyment, pleasure, and
success.
Gude's Pepto-Mangan furnishes
thin, watery blood with the necessary
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to supply energy, vitality, and streng
th to every part of the body.
Physicians recommend Gude's Pep
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anemia because its beneficial and last-^
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medical profession.
i Gude's Pepto-mangan is obtainable
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McNeill, Sr., deceased, and any
and all persons having or claim
ing any interest in the hereinaf
ter described property: j
You are commanded to appear before |
Chancellor G. E. Williams, in vaca-j
tion, in the City of Greenwood, Le
flore County, Mississippi, on the 22nd
CHANCERY COURT CITATION.
State of Mississippi.
To the Heirs-At-Law of James Y.
Heirs-At-Law of James Y. McNeill,
Sr., Deceased, et al ", of the property
known as the James Y. McNeill Home
, stead, situated in the northwest quar-1
ter (N. W. 1-4) and the northeast
[quarter (N. E. 1-4) of section thirty
! six (36), and the southwest quarter
j (S. W. 1-4) of se:. on twenty five
(25), in township nineteen (19),
range two (2) west, in Leflore Coun
' ty, Mississippi, mo:: particularly de -
day of December, 1919, to make ob
jection, if any you have, to the con
firmation of the sale ma,de on Novem
i her 19th, 1919, by A. R. Bew, Special
Commissioner in cause number 3564
j on the General Docket of the Chan
eery Court of Leflore,
; styled "Kane Reed, et al. vs.
Mississippi,
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scribed as follows :
Beginning at the northwest corner
>f 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
baid sec tion thirty six (36) to' the
quarter comer post at the northeast
corner of said northwest quarter of
5aid sect i 0 n thirty six (36), then east
*iong the northern boundary line of
said section thirty six (36) a distance
11 of two and forty two hundredth
j -2.42) chains ,thence south thirty
! ,i g ht (38) degrees forty five ( 45 )
minutes west a distance of nine and
fifty hundredths (9.50) chaînes, 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
• ectrion with the meandering line of
;aid 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 lii|p a distance
'f twenty four and seventy six hun
Iredths (24.76) chains to the point
jf beginning; said tract comprising
thirty, six hundredths (.36) acres
more or less situated in the north
west comer of the northeast quarter
(N. W. corner of N. E. 1-4) of said
section thirty six (36) and seventy
me and fifty four hundredths (71.54)
acres more or less situated in the
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
(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 Angus
23rd, 1905, recorded in book 38, at
page 329, of the Records of TjhiiI
Deeds of said county; less also ten
and six tenths (10.6) acres in the
northwest quarter of the northwest
qimrter (N. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4) of
said section thirty nx (36), partira
larly described in tha deed from
JfcM* Y. McNeill and Margaret D. *
McNeill to R. N. Love, dated June
12th, 1908, record in hook 37, at
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NOVEMBER 27TH
THANKSGIVING
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THE EVENT OF THIS SEASON'S BO
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A FINE
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Vdumn describing
storm scene.
MR. DAVID BELASCO'S
New Orleans Picayune says its
the best play of the season. Its
Storm Scene in the 2nd act a
wonderful stage effect more
than thrilling.
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Birmingham and Mobile went
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MISS. AND TEXAS TO FOL
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AFTER THE HOLIDAYS.
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MR. BELASCO PERSONALLY
SELECTED EACH PLAYER
AND STAGED IT HIMSELF,
SHOWING EFFECTS MOST
WONDERFUL* TO SEE
ORIGINAL N Y PRODUCTION
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Its Thrilling Outburst of Pas
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PRICES NIGHTS
$2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c
MATINEES: 50c, 75c, $1.00
and a f ew $1.50.
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AND SAME ALWAYS
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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-j/|j
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 Rec0 rds of Land Deeds of said
county; less also forty four hun
dredths (. 44 ) acres situated in the
west half of the nor thwest quarter
(W . of N w i_ 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 safil
county, less also thirty four hun
dredths (.34) aci'es 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
deed from James Y. McNeill and
Margaret D. McNeill to J. B. Ellis,
dated December 28th, 1907, recorded
j n book 36, at page 463, of the Rec
ords of Land Deeds of said county;
|i ess also one and seven tenths (1.7)
acres situated in the northwest quar-;
ter of the northwest quarter (N. W.
1.4 Q f N. W r 1-4) of said section thir
ty six (36,) particularly described in
the deed from James Y. McNeill and
Margaret D. McNeill to Jennie Mc-|
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
Pacific Railroad Company dated Oc-^
tober 21st, 1890, recorded in book 16,
at page 176, of the Records of Land
Deeds of said county; less also the
land conveyed to the Berclair School
as a school site, in the northwest
quarter (N. W. 1-4) of said section
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 Georgie Pa
cific Railroad Company through t'
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 ti
the Georgia Pacific Railroad Com
pany, dated May 13th, 1888/ and re
corded in book 12, at page 543; less
also eighty-one one hundredts (.81)
acres in the west half of the northwest
quarter (w. 1-2 of n. w. i- 4 ) of said
section thirty six (36) particularly de-;
scribed in the deed from James Y.j
McNeill and Margaret D. McNeill to!
J. C. Purnell and J. T. Lay dated;
, 1898," recorded in book 25. !
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July
at page 34, of the Records of Land
Deeds of said county; and subject to
the terms and conditions of the deed
from James Y. McNeill and Margar
et D. McNeill to W. W. Ellis, Jr., J.
B. Ellis, R. N. Love, Kane Reed, Ber
clair Mercantile Company, M .E. Hal
ey, and the Itta Bena Cotton Oil Com
>any, dated
and recorded in book 37, at page 356
of the Records of Land Deeds of said
county,-as to access to and use of the
artesian well therein mentioned. And
(19) range two (2) West, in Leflore
County, Mississippi, running thence
west along the northern boundary
ihm of said section thirty six (36)
distance of
lay of
-, 1909"
also,
2.' That certain tract or parcel of
land described as beginning at the
quarter corner post at the northeast
corner of the northwest quarter (N.
E. corner of N. ' W. 1-4) of section
thirty nix (36) township nineteen
teen (18) dams to
sixty three (63)
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family for years and for years. It will serve mother during the day with her houshold orders, social (§)
and personal correspondence. A CORONA will be the very thing for father in the evening and he will (g)
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south a distance of nine (9) chains
to the point of beginning ;said tract
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acres more or less situated in the
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quarter (S. E. corner of S. W. 1-4)
of section twenty five (25), township
nineteen (19) range two (2) West in
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Leflore County, Mississippi.
This the 24th day of November,
1919.
A. R. BEW,
Chancery Clerk.
(Seal)
Good Health And Im
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LIVERADE is gcod for babe and
mother alike. Sold by Bond's Drug:
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precaution possible to avoid this ter
rible disease, which robs the system
of a'l reserve vitality, many times re
suiting in death«
Avoid drafts, get plenty of sleep,
eat good, healthy food and keep the;
liver active and bowels open. Indiges
tion causes biliousness, headaches and
constipation.
Bond's Liver Pills drive all impuri
ties from the digestive and elimin
ative organs, stir up the liver and
stimulate bowel action effectively.
They are better than a laxatixe, work
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personal discomfort or weakness is
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