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w.'.'Ji ;ust 11 dash of Turkish, uot merely “cured”, | not juoc “sugar cured ” but— ; .iripie-sugar I sjyred * " IS a. lalß i s w CIGARETTES !§ 13c— -2 for 25c Large Foil Package SJ T by \ LOCAL NOTICES MONEY TO LEND. We are representing several Farm Loan Organizations. If you wish a loan on your farm we are prepared to obtain same promptly. We have in our pos session the Byrd and King ab stract Book and all original gov enment maps and field notes. We make a specialty of abstract ing titles. iiand and Russell, Office of the Neshoba Land Cos. NOTICE! I will leach those wishing to study this summer, at my resi dence, beginning June 2, from 8 A. M. to noon. Tuition #2.50 per month. Mrs, J. M. Wadsworth .KODAK FINISHING Trial offer send one roll of films any size and ten cents we will develop and mail six pictures. This offer not good after one week from date. Franklin Studio, 1728 Fourth Ave., Birmingham Ala. NOTICE I have fine young registered Jersey bull and Duroc Boar at my place. Fee, payable at gate for bull $2 50 for grade and $5 for regis tered. $2.60 for boar. O. B. Fox BUYING LIBERTY BONDS I am in a position to buy Lib erty Bonds and will pay the Philadelphia market price for same. H. L. Austin. m —■ ■■ FOR SALE—Ford delivery car in good condition, also five pas senger Ford and one milk cow. Will sell at a bargain. H. B. Hutchison Good 5 passenger Ford car for sale. Jim Yates. FOR SALE—A few new bicycles and bicycle parts, nice line of buggy and wagon harness, collars etc at low prices. Call in and see them. Do not forget Ido all kinds of repairing. H, B- Hutchinson Shop )o’l ny H Something else is the matter II with them. Probably It 4 ! ■ ■ “worms”, i DR. THACKER’S I r WORM SYRUP I has been taking the “cross” I out of “kiddles” for bail a ■ century. They LUCE It— ■ ■ because It tastes good. Can’l ■ hurt them! Get It at you* H drugstore. • , B Tbacher Median. C ■ CWtUMp. bO.S. A. g - _____________ . . . . - Announcements For State Revenue Agent Stokes V. Robertson For District Attorney Btb Judicial District A. W. Cooler D M Amierfon James L Byrd W. E, Mclntyre W. I. Munn For State Senator, 17th Senato rial District M. M. Miller W. A. Ellis T. J. Scott For Representative, T. B. Williams M. V Gipson Ivey Peebles For Sheriff F. M. Banks M. 0. Posey. Jones Brantley J B Harbour Robert J. Breazeale Vander Willis For Chancery Clerk Lawler Morrow J. D. Petty For Circuit Olerit ' D. B. F Crews B. G. Salter. J, V. Walsh S C Lofton J. W. Gilbert J * For Supt. of Education W D Hitt A D Sharp Ruhr, (Jarley Peebles W <1 Houston For County Treasurer Cullen J. Gipson J. C Lons F. M. Nuse John Darby R. M. Milling For County Attorney J. K. Gillis J. B. Hillman A B McOraw For Tax Assessor F. S. Pugh Milton Clay For Supervisor Dist. 1. C K Saxon T W Jayroe Jessie C Hembree A J Salter For Supervisor Diet. 2 Floyd Fulton L. C. Long Wallace Cox For Supervisor Diet. 3. 0 H Harbour J. 0. Darnell Hugh H. Adams W. D. Reynolds For Supervisor Diet. 4. A. W. Williamson. J. D. Herrington. Joseph N White For Supervisor Dist. 5 Leroy Barrett Rezon BeulL T. W. Walker S. R. Willis S. R. Barton P. H. Fryery For Justice of Peace Dist. 1 - A. Dees N. L. Parker For Justice of Peace, Dist. 2 M. R. Bates J, R, Roundtree G. F. McKay T. B. Green For Justice Peace Dist. 3 J. W. Meeks W. J. Knight, For Justice Peace, Dist. 5 Z. M. Dunn F. Russell W R Sherrod For Constable Dist. 1. N M Williamson N. W. May For Constable Dist 2 W B Madison W G Moore For Constable, Dist. 3 W. L. Williamson J. O. Breland For Constable Dist 4 W. S. Webb For Constable Dist. 5. W. R. Stuart B. F. Flint J. H. Duett J H Melton W. B. Tindol * I .■■■■— > i ' Colds Cause Grip and Influenza LAXATIVE BROUO QUININE Tablets moon tbs cause. Thera is only one ‘‘Bromo Qntntoe." E. W. GROVE’S signature on box. Me. Summer Hardware Specials Ice cream freezers, ice tea glass* es. economy fruit jars, screen wire, Dangler oil stoves, fishing tackle, enamel tin and crockery ware. PHONE 124 WHITE HBOS. HDW. CO. 8 L. S. RUSSELL Civil Engineer, Architect and Surveyor PHILADELPHIA, MISS. MAPS AND BLUE PRINTS MADE I make a specialty of land surveying marking out your boundaries lines and permanently establishing your corners; with every survey I give a plan showing the raaasurements of the lines, their direction and the area they enclose; this map is the key for your lawyer or chancery clerk to draw your deed correctly ANY CLASS OF WORK Land surveying; engineering; drainage; road or railway work T carry out and make estimates on A SPECIAL PLAN AND SURVEY I am making a special survey of 12000 acres in the Kentawka Drainage District for the Neshoba Land Cos; if your land adjoins you can make a special arrangement with me to have your corners permanently establish ed and marked and your land placed on a special plan of Neshoba County which will be recorded in the chancery clerks office: This map will be come a permanent record INCORRECT DEEDS IN NESHOBA COUNTY In connection with the drainage work 1 have had to make searches of many deeds from this counties records ot 263 searched 126 have been found to have their boundaries or areas incorrectly described the owners will eventually be put to considerable expense in corn cting their deeds A POOR MAN buying land should above all tilings have his deed be yond dispute: Anyone who has a deed dated before Jan Ist 1919 can bring it to me and I will examine it for description and area free of charge When buying, selling or giving a trust deed be sure the description is correct if you have not a correct one or are in doubt bring it to mo for n small charge I will make you one ' REMEMBER THIS; 1 shall not draw the deed only give you a cor rect description so that your lawyer or the chancery clerk can draw it I SELL MY WORK My profession is a business, it is ray asset in life therefore 1 do not give it away if you deal with me you mustget down to business; My price Us for the rich and the poor the same, it is just simply a matter of business with me. THE POOR MAN can pay for his survey in farm products animals or other things it makes no difference with me do not let money stand in the way if your corners have to be established M EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN BUILT IN CIVIL ENGINEERING On an 8 year indenture of articles served under one of the greatest firms of engineers and surveyors in the world, on a University course and practical examinations in construction held under government supervision, together with 21 years of practical experience carrying out contracts for railroads; drainage; tunneling through mountains; under rivers and un der the sea; in sewerage; irrigation; resevoirs; canals; levee work und bridge construction IN SURVEYING; laying out counfles, townships; sections and town sites for the government, in surveying privately for the reestablishing old section lines; readjusting boundaries and resurveying cities for the the re adjustment of deeds and overlaps MY WORK I GUARANTEE When I have finally and permanently established your corners and handed you a plat showing the length of Hues, their direction and the area enclosed by the lines; I stand pat on my work and am prepared to go into the lowest and the highest courts to prove their correctness in other words 1 challenge all comers to prove their incorrectness IT COSTS NOTHING TO CONSULT ME SHE FEELS YOUNGER AND STRONGER Middle aged and older persons are Apt to suffer from overworked oj weakened kidneys and bladder. Mrs, Warren Dyer, Arkport, N. Y., writes "I used Foley Kidney Pills for weik kidneys and pains in my back, and they gave me relief. After taking Foley Kidney Pills I feel younger and stronger.” Sold Everywhere (Advertisement) TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE TURNER HARDWARE COMPANY *OF PHILA DELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI. You are hereby notified that a meet ing of the stockholders of the Tur ner Hardware Company, a corpora tion domiciled in the town of Phila delphia, Neshoba county. Mississippi will be held in the office of said Tur ner Hardware Company in the said town on the 26th, day of June 1919 at £:80 o’clock P. M. for the purpose of determining whether or not the said corporation shall surrender its char ter and to take such legal steps as may be necessary for said purpose. witness our signature this 26th, day of May, 1919. J A Turner President 8 w Turner Secretary. FOLEY KIDNEY PIIXS *o# BACKACHE MONEYS AND iiAOBM Trespass Notice. This is ti warn all perso not .o trespa s on the laudb o, the Deemer Mfg. Cos. We do not wish to be harsh but the cutting of our timber must cease, or we will be compelled to take steps to protect ourselves. 11-14-iS. Deemer Mfg. Cos. CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND BRAND LADIES I fa for CHI-CHES-THR’S A DIAMOND BRAND FILLS In Red and/\ Gold meUlllc boxes, sealed with Bluet <>) F ibbo P-. Taks no other. Boy of jour V/ Bramirt ul eak for Cni-CHES-TtR’S V DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twenty-fiye years regarded as Best. Safest, Always Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE S4S t m WAS ON A TORPEDOED SHIP Thomas A. Breslin, 646 Broadway, Albany, N. Y., writes: "Having beeen on a torpedoed ship coming to this country from England, I had a cold ever since. I was advised by a friend to tako Foley’s Honey and Tar and before long I wat cured.” You can stop that cough or cold that has been lingering since Spring. Bold Everywhere. VAdve; Professional Cards. J. R. BYRD, J. K. GILMB Nnwtnn 8 BYRD & GILLIS Attorneys at Law OFFICE OVER MARS P.ROTMERSI Philadelphia, Miss RICHARDSON & DEES Attorneys at Law. Philadelphia, Miss* Office in Hotel Rush building. Never retained in any case until fee is paid or secured. II Tj AUSTIN L AW Y KR Office over Mars Bros. Only lawyer that lias a complete Abstract of Land Titles including original entries from U. S. Gov. in his office or access to one. Litiga tion concerning land and the making of abstracts and rendering opinions as to the validity of titles given special attrition. A. B. McGRAW Attorney at Law Rush Hole! Building Will practice in the courts of this and adjoining counties CLAYTON T. RAND, Attorney at Law Handles ali litigation, and only li'igatien, involving the Law of Property. COMMISSION PR’S SALE. State Of M Jssissippi, Neshoba County. By virtue of authority vea ted in me bv a decree of the < hmcery Court of Neshoba County, Mississ ippi, rendered on the fitli day of No vember 1017, in the case of Cynthia Cl oilmens et nl versus W. H. Mars, defendent. at a regular term of said court, for the sale of certain lands de scribed in said decree, 1 the under signed special commissioner, will on the 16th day of June 11)19 within le ual mutts, in front of the north door of the court house in the town of Philadelphia,Neshoba County, Miss i-sippi. sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash the following lands described in said decree as fol lows to wit: 10 acres off of the west side of the N W 1-4 of N E 1-4 and 15 acres oil of . ast side of N K 1 4 of N W 1-4 an I 4 acres in the north east corner of S E 1.4 of N W 1.4 and 5 acres in N W c Utter of S W 1.4 of N E 1-4, nil in ection 22, T It), R 13, in Neshoba Co mity, Mississippi, Said sale will bo made for division of proceeds between \V. H. Mars and the heirs to said land named in said decree, according to their respective interests I will confer only such title as is vested in me as special commissioner, which is believed to be good. This the 13th day of May, 1919. A E. Harbour Special Commissioner Ptroubleßl Sg WS-C*rrT nCU* E*f ia a common ailment' ire people are too prone to aeg- 3 HM Icct until the danger line U mi£ reached. Don’t YOU do ittldl KB Gtl a 35c bottle of m DR. THACHER’S B m DIARRHOEA m MIXTURE ■ ■jr from your drug store and m pH have it ready at thf first m |S| symptom of Diarrhoea, Flux, mj Cholera, Infac'Moa eio In use n gg half a century. Pleasant 1 Sii and harmless. 1 p:J? THACHER MEDICINE CO. fH £: Chattanooga. Toon. U. 8. A. : fe , .ms as Does Not Como In a Hurry. It Is seldonl that men are eithet quickly rich or quickly good. Man Who Saves. The fellow who has S2OO In the ban! Is just that much richer than the chnj who has to borrow $5 from his m-Igl* bor, but expects some day to have a fortune. Turnpikes. The toll roads of other days were called turnpikes, not because they wer particularly tortuous but because' of the poles armed with pikes which were turned against the traveler In case h resisted payment. Honey Bees. The honey bee was Introduced Into North America In the seventeenth cen> tury, but not Into South America un til 1845. There was none west of th Mississippi before 1797 and none la California before 1850.