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how wholesome—how delicious is this rich,
mellow syrup. He knows the kind that best
pleases his best customers.
That delicious, fresh cane flavor boiled to
a smooth, mellow sweetness—it's half the good
ness of waffles—cakes—biscuits.
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Now look here, Mister Grocery man.
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treaty am a means of coercing his (the
President's) assoit to doniestic legis
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characterisation to apply to such a
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7:66am
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10:33am Yazoo City-Jackson 8:22am
4:10pm Clarksdale-Memphis 10:33am
10:30pm Clarksdale-Memphis 2:25pm
8:30pm Yazoo City-Jackson 4:10pm
2:16pm Grenada
Southern R. R. in Mississippi.
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Leave
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9:25 a.m. Greenville
6:05 pan. vJolumtus-B'ham 9:25 a.m.
1:20 p.m. Greenville
9:25am Belzoni, except Sun. 11:55am
11:56 a.m. Columbus .. 1:20 p.m.
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A HALL OF FAME
FOR TREES HAS
Been Inaugurated By The America
Forestry Association For Recog
nition Famous Trees, Etc.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 28—A "Hall
of Fame for Trees" has been inaug
urated by the American Forestry As
sociation for the recognition of fam
ous trees and the location of the larg
est shade tree in the United States.
An elm at Huntington, Indiana,
long has been regarded as the larges
shade tree in the country. This claim
of course excludes the Redwoods of
California. Now comes Dumont* Ken
nedy of Crawfordsville, Indiana, with
a picture of a tree on his property
and the suggestion that it is larger
than the tree at Huntington. This
tree has a spread of 99 feet while th
Huntington Elm has a spread of on
ly 75 feet. A tree at Framingham
Mass., also makes claim to being th
largest.
Charles Lathrop Pack, president of
the American Forestry Association
says:
We want a complete list of fam
ous trees now. There is the Liberty
Tree on the campus of St. John's Col
lege at Annapolis under a treaty with
the Indians was signed in 1652. The
experts tell us this tree is close to
800 years old. We all know of the
William Penn Treaty Tree beneath
winch Washington took command of
the continental army. At Oberlin, O.,
is the elm ön the corner of the cam
pus under which was the first log
house in which Oberlin College was
founded. The American Forestry As
sociation has listed many famous trees
but it wants the list complete. If
there is a famous tree, in your town
the Association wants to know about
it."
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stomach and by its agreeable cathar
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CHILDREN POETS.
*T want to tell you a story this eve- ,
ning," said Daddy, "of a big school in *
a big city where they do some very t
interesting and unusual things. And fc
I want to tell you both about them, 1
Nick and Nancy, and let your friends t
hear abont them, too.
"I told you once of how they make
a game out of learning to be mannerly
and of what fun they have acting the
rude and the polite parts.
But this time I want to tell you
something of the poetry they write. /
Yes, real poetry. People often write
poetry of children and about them, but
it is not often that children them
selves write poetry except in prize
competitions.
"But they do write It here, and they
have lots of fun doing it.
"This school is a public school and
'the principal there likes every one of
the three thousand children who come
each day to the school ! More than
that, he is devoted to them, so he
thinks of all the things he can to make
the school life more interesting and
entertaining and better.
"Every year the children get ont a
book which they write themselves,
print themselves, and make the front
gage illustration and the decorations
themselves. They have a print shop
In the school, where not only do they
print this book, but they do all the
school printing as well. .
"These books, however, are a collec
tion of the best poems written by the
children during the year.
"There Is a great competition, for
there are three thousand children as
I said before In the school.
What does competition mean, Dad
dy?" Nancy asked.
"I'm not sure myself," said Nick.
"It means," Daddy answered, "when
there are a lot of people working or
striving to get on and each competes or
tries to get ahead of the other. Just
as if you and your friends might work
for a prize ! You would all be com
peting for the prize or all would be in
the competition.
"So when there are many children
who can all try to write poetry for
the book and when, of course, only the
best will be used for the school book
it makes every one try so hard to do
the best possible.
They write poetry of all sorts of
things, of things they see, of visits
they make, of amusing things, of prêt»
ty things, of jolly things.
"Some of them write fairy poetry,
and little plays and acts and such
things in poetry, and then at times
they act these out and dress up in the
different parts.
"Quite often they act out the poems
at school entertainments and you can
see how that would be.
"For just suppose you wrote a poem
about a dream, or about a game, or
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zoo or a farm, what fun it would be
to act it out.
"The creatures one wrote about
could be acted out, and the parts all
taken.
"It is so fine, too, to think that they
get up the whole thing themselves.
The children hand in their poems and
the best ones are chosen by the prin
cipal for the book and the entertain
ments, as I said before.
"Then after these are chosen the
boys in the print shop set up the poems
themselves, so that everything's theii
own work.
"They write in poetry what they
think of different things and they
write verses to help along all sorts oi
good work, such as when they're get
ting up posters they write verses to go
with the drawings.
For those who don't care to write
liitle verses there is a competition to
draw the best picture which will he
chosen for the front of the book. And
in thinking of what they wifi draw and
in trying a number of things they will
tell you what fun they've had, for they
nçver know until they stopped to
look, really how beautiful a tree or a
sunset or a park could be.
"And," said Daddy, "after reading
the poetry they write it makes oldei
people quite ashamed to think how
bright children are !"
Nick and Nancy laughed.
"We'll write some verses, Daddy
and you will see that we are brightei
than you; Fm sure of that," ended
Nancy.
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Little Roy had returned from a
week's visit -to his aunt, and was try
ing to describe-jthe folding bed he had
been Sleeping in. "It lays down at
night, iqamma, and stands on its hinr
legs in the daytime."
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Prickly Ash Bittegs. It is a fine kid
n«y tonic. Relieves backache, bladde
troubles, indigestion and constipation
Price $1.25 per bottle. Bonds Drat
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CHANCERY SUMMONS.
State of Mississippi.
To Mrs. Nora Golf Cain, College Sta
tion, Texas; S.
Wash.; C: F. See,
Ky.; Ira W. See, Winchester, Ky.;
Adin See, Louisa, Ky.; Celesta
See, Accoma, Va.; Garnett See, a
minor, Walbridge, Ky.; Jack See,
a minor, Louisa, Ky.; C. F. See,
Sr., father of said minors, Louisa,
Ky.; Mrs. Dixie McFarland, Lo
noke, Ark.; Mrs. Maggie Taylor,
£t. Petersburg, Fla.
You are commanded to appear be
fore the Chancery Court of the Coun
ty of Leflore in said Staté on . the
second Monday of December, 1919,- at
the December Rules 1919 of said court
to defend .the suit in said court of
Randle Madson Merritt wherein you
J. See, Seattle,
Jr., Louisa,
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are defendants.
This 11th day of October, 1919.
(Seal)
A. R. BEW, Clerk.
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