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At Dr. Tj«* 0 ® 8 and
Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., there
has been tested fer the past few years
a new remedy for kidney, bladder, uric tion,
acid troubles, rheumatism, gout, and flore
such ailments as follow, and so many .
cases, both acute and stubborn, have fay
yielded to this wonderful remedy that
Dr. Pierce decided to name it Anuric,
and arrange for its distribution to the
public through medicine dealers every- _
where. YouTui find it many times more
active than lithia, dissolving uric acid on
ai water does sugar. ce
Obtain a bottle of these tablets today
the gratifying results. Sr.,
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A WONDERFUL REMEDY
FOR KIDNEYS, BLADDER,
URIC ACID
Through failure of kidneys to set,
congestion, inflammation, any
n's condition is ripe for disease to
through
PERSONAL MENTION
West Helena, Ark.:—"The best medi
cines 1 have ever taken are Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Dis
covery and Pleasant
Pellets. I have taken
the 'Discovery* as a
tonic and blood puri
fier and consider it the
very best there is.
The 'Pleasant Pellets'
are a fine liver regu
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rgans and put
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bowels, tone up all th
new life in one's system.
I am always glad to recommend these
medicines of Dr. Pierce's."—W m. D
Johnson, 316 S. 5th St.
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Any medicine dealer will supply you
with Dr. Pierce's Discovenr in either
liquid or tablet form, or send 10 cents to
Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo.
N. Y., for trial package.
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Federal Laws are Complicated,
and much depends upon correct
interpretation.
The Government requires rec- |
ords to be kept, which shall ac
curately reflect gains and pro
fits, and be subject to exam
ination.
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FEDERAL TAX CONSULT
ANT AUDITOR.
Office : Kimbrough Building
Cookhouse.
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Drs. Loper & Loper
Optome
trists
Kantor Building.
Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. m.
2 to 5 p. m.
Office Phone 820 Residence 867
* Christmas Plants *
NOW ON DISPLAY
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Cyclamen — Begonias
Poinsettas
Beautiful beyond all descrip- *
tion. Come and see them and *
Place *
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make your selection,
your order early for Cut *
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* Flowers.
* Greenwood Floral Co. *
* 912 Henry Street. Phono 787. *
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CAR LOAD
Republic Trucks
It will give us pleasure
to figure with you.*
•H. D. Walker
Auto Co.
PHONES No. 767 and 768
Greenwood, Miss.
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LOANS
4 3200,000.00 loaned on Delta lands ♦
4 recently. Amounts $3.000.00 to 4
4 $100,000.00. Make new loans 4
4 or i n c r e a se your old on e e .

1 Pollard & Hamner
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- Get xü of those troublesome "war
tacks-es" in your pocket by
Red Cross Christmas seals with them
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CHANCEBT COURT CITATION.
State of Mississippi.
To the Heirs-At-Law of James Y.
McNeill, Sr., deceased,'and any
and all persons having or claim
ing any interest in the hereinaf
ter described property:
you are commanded to appear before
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Chancellor G. E. Williams, in
tion, in the City of Greenwood, Le
flore County, Mississippi, on the 22nd
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fay of December, 1919, to make ob
jection, if any you have, to the con
firmation of the sale made on Novem
19th, 1919, by A. R. Bew, Special
_ . . .
Commissioner m cause number 3564
on the General Docket of the Chan
ce ry Court of Leflore, Mississippi,
styled «Kane Reed, et al. vs. The
Heirs-At-Law of Tames Y. McNeUl,
Sr., Deceased, et al.", of the property
known as the James Y. McNeill Home
stead, situated in the northwest quar
ter (N. W. 1-4) and the northeast
quarter (N. E. 1-4) of section thirty
six (36), and the southwest quarter
(S. W. 1-4) of section twenty five
(25), in township nineteen (19),
range two (2) west, in Leflore Coun
ty, Mississippi, more particularly de
scribed as follows:
Beginning at tne 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
said section thirty six (36) to the
quarter corner post at the northeast
corner of said northwest quarter of
said section thirty six (36), then east
along the northern boundary line of
said section thirty six (36) a distance
of two and forty two hundredth
i2.42) chains ,thence south thirty
right (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
rection with the meandering line of
laid 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
Iredths (24.76) chains to the point
of 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
one and fifty four hundredths (71.54)
I acres more or less situated in the
northwest quarter (N. W. 1-4) of said
, section thirty six (36); less a lot or
I parcel of land sixty by seventy (60x
j 70) feet, situated in the said north
i 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 sitûated in
the northwest quarter of said north
west quarter (N. W. 1-4 of N. W. 1-4)
j. 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 Augus
* 23rd, 1905, recorded in book 38, at
page 329, of the Records of Land
Deeds of said county; less also ten
and six tenths (10.6) acres in the
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, 1908, recorded in book 37, at
page 68, of the Records of Land Deeds
of »aid 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 hun
dredths (.44) 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 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 Reo
* ords of Land Deeds of said county;
less also one and seven tenths * (1.7)
# acres situated in Hie 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 Mc
Cain Reed, dated I "JulaP——ii 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 no r thwest quarter ef
northwest quarter (N. W. 1-4 ef N
W. 1-4) of said section thirty six
(36)*. particularly described in the
Margaret D. McNeill to too Georgia
Pacific Railroad Company dated Oc
tober 21st, 1890, record ed h book 1^
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WE ARE OVERSTOCKED & MUST SELL REGARDLESS OF COST.
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to buy some mules cheap. Every animal must be as represented. The
Sale will begin at 11 o'clock and will be held at
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for the season. Reference, any Bank in West Point, Mississippi.
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COL. LAGRONE Auctioneer.
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B. Ellis, R. N. Love, Kane Reed, Bnr<
clair Mercantile Company, M JE. Hal
ey, mod the Itta Bena Cotton OR Corn
my, dated *——day ef- ■■■- » 1999"
and xeeoxdad in bode *7* at page 35«
ôf the Records of Land Deeds ef said
county, as to access to and use «f the
also, è:
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quarter (N. W. 1-4) of said section'
thirty six (36), by the deed from'County,
James Y. McNeill and Margaret D.
April 18th, 1908, and recorded in
book 37, at page 6, of tlae Records of a
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Lands Deeds of said county; less also
the right-of-way of the Georgie Pa
cific Railroad Company through V
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 t j
the Georgia Pacific Railroad Com
pany, dated May 13th, 1888, and re
corded in book 12, at page 543; less
also eighty-one one hvndredts (.81)
acres in the west half of the northwest
quarter (W. 1-2 of N. W- 1-4) of said
section thirty six (36) particularly de
scribed in the deed from James Y.
McNeill and Margaret D. McNeill to
J-, C. Purnell and J. T. Lay dated
*^July——, 1898," recorded in book 25,
.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. ESis, Jr., J.
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(19) range two (2) West, in Leflore
from'County, Mississippi, running thence
west along the northern boundary
in line of said section thirty six (36)
of a distance of eighteen (18) chains to
a 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
to the point of beginning ;said tract
comprising eight and one tenth (8.1)
acres- more or less situated in
outheast corner of the southwest
quarter (S. E. corner of S. W. 1-4)
of section twenty five (25), township
nineteen (19) range two (2) West in
Leflore County, Mississippi.
This the 24th day of November,
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% A- R. BEW,
Chancery Clerk.
(Seal)
A census of the country's manufac
tory was made for the first time ii
1810. Under the present law a man
ufacturers census is to be taken in
onnection with the Fourteenth De
Census and every two years
thereafter.
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RHEUMATISM
O
UVERADE acts gently, yet posi
tivejy, on the liver, stomach and bow
els. In. fact it acts on the entire a)»
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In connection with the filing of Fed- j
Income Tax Returns.
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eral Income Tax Returns for 1919,
beg to announce that I will be ini
Greenwood for a limited period afte j
the First of January in order to as-,
sist in the preparation of these forms. ; i
Those who are interested in having !
work of this kind done are respect
fully invited to address communica
tions to me at Room 548, Mutual Life
B-rildingr 34 Nassau Street, New
York, N. Y.
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L. T. McShane,
Formerly with Internal Dev. Dept, a ;
Washington, D. C.
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United States marshals acted as en- t
tmerators at the first Aine decennial!
Each marshal had as many.
ensuses.
assistants as were necessary to prop j
erly cover his allotted territory. ' j
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There were 6,361,502 frams report
d at the last decennial census, val
ued at more than 40 billion of doll j
jts. The 1920 census is expected te
show more than 7,000,000 farms.
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How Our Troops "Got Across."
! During our 19 mouths of war more
i than 2.000,000 American soldiers were
j carried to France.
? them went over in the first 13 months
j and a million and a half in the last
j gix months. The highest troop- curry
ing records are those of July. 1918.
Half a million of
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when 3 °6,000 soldier, were;-carried-to
j were brought horae to America. Most
^ be droops who sailed f >r France
; i e ft from New York. Half of them
! landed in England and the ^ther half
landed in France,
Why Nuts Are Valuable Food.
Nuts can and do take the place of
I meat in the diet with beneficial results,
' and they are bound to be in great de
mand at good prices in the future, says
the American Forestry Magazine,
which is campaigning for the planting
of nut and fruit trees along the Roads
I of Remembrance being built in honor
cf war heroes.
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How New York Protects Sheep.
New York expects its sheep herd to
t Increase perceptibly under the 1 opera
«on of a drawn up tr
prevent the ravage of the canine.
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Children will cry for LIVERADE
(Adv.)
after the first dose,
j The Department of Agriculture as
sisted the Census Bureau In prepar
ing the list of questions to be aske
of every farmer at the coming census
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OLD PAPERS FOR SALE —25
rats per 100, at The Daily Common
weath Office.
PETITION FOR PARDON.
To the Mississippi State Board of
Pardons and His Excellency Gov.
Theo. G. Bilbo:
We the undersigned citizens of the
State of Mississippi, would respect
ully represent unto your Honorable
Body that one Charlie Crumble, now
convict No. 550, was convicted of
murder at the Fall term of Circuit
Court of Leflore County, Mississippi,
and sentenced to life imprisoun .mt.
We believe that he has fully repented
and that the ends of Justice hav*
fully met in the punishment already
inflicted. He has made a good pris
oner and we believe he deserves a full
and complete pardon.
Respectfully,
P. E. Mitchell, W. M. Wilson, D. B.
Magee, J. M. Stubberfield, H. L. Wal
ton, S. H. Lomax, J. R. Bush, R. L.
Frazier,
Weakly, A. A. Sykes, J. A. Shute,
L. D. Morris, A. B. Vaughn, E. L.
Lehr, W. H. Davis, F. E. Stafford.
L. L.
Freeman, Geo. J.
Why don't they take the risks and
send the Prince of Wales to Ireland?
A young man of such a winning way
could hardly fail to make friends even
there.
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Every mother will appreciate the
value of LIVERADE for children.
(Adv.)
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To judge from the utterances ant
activities of Dr. Nicholas Murray But
1er, he is of the opinion that
college president in the White
would be an excellent thing. ^

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