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WRIGLEYS 5c a package before the war • f , ** 5c a package during the war 1 €? 4 C? y 5c a package NOW i THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! ( jLttk n T 9* 091 HyiH de! cioua flavor and light* I Wmry L| 7t MM ©omea the finest SOLD BY W. C. HOUSTON, M . Philadelphia, Miss. i | ■■■ i —y— a Hides, Furs and Beeswax There never was such demand for furs as this seas <i i ■ on and the prices are good, and we are in position , po pay you highest market prices. Bring them to us. D. KASDAN •laee of American Flag* The garrison flag of the United States army la made of bunting, wltk 1 Dfl feet fly and 30 feet hoist; 18 stripe* and In the upper quarter next the stall Is the field or “union” of stars, equal to the number of states, on bind field over one-third length of flag, extending to the lower edge of the fourth red Stripe from the top. •amplse Wanted. "If this yw idTwtlwMtt If Sfl papar for thi ncorerx si a bhebuf tad terrier?" a geot!ea>aa asked lb friend. "Tan," waa the rapt/. “BJ yon never had a deg to lose?" "I nw*r said the advertiser, "but I want <tee now, and I think I can make a good choice from the animals that win be brought to me T TitUsTm AALM fiy Virtue of the authority ves ted in me as trustee in a certain ttust deed given by Pete and Lei Wilson to W H Mars to secure a certain indebtedness mentioned therein and unpaid and recorded in dee<} book 20 page 286 in the Chancery clerk’s office of Nesho ba county Miss. 1 will on Jan. 8 1020 in front of the north door uf courthouse in Phila. Miss, within legal hours sell to the highest bidder for casb the property con veyed to me in said trust deed to wit: Block No. 4 in Donald addition to town of Phila. Miss., and one Singer sewing machine, and out of the proceeds of said sale pay said debt and the expense of ex ecuting this trust. Witness ray hand this Dec. 12th 1910. £ S Richardson, Trustee. NOTICE To the tax payers of the town of Phila. Miss, you are hereby notified that the validation of the issuance of $7000.00 bonds of the town of Phils Miss, for the purpose of raising mon ey to erect or purchase an annex to the Public School building iu the town of Phila. has been set lor bear ingby the Chancellor at the court bouse in the town of Phila., Neshoba county Miss, on the IMh day of Jan 1920 at which time objections, if any to the issuance of said bonds will be ' • 4 ■ ' | heard This Deo. 24th 1919 L Morrow Chancery Clerk Neshoba County Miss. ■ - mi* • e ,*f wt * tjf.. 111 Kwi -as > ion aot tloif U *nf Health ttrwit the laai eSO Hapelaen. To surlfy then Meek eaervwe <he liver; **"■ , sfrivssa I inn>IClMS do, Chettaaoes*. I Teas, sold at year 4ro# shore. I ■> Try tt far yeus family. I -CSha**^SL Qtam. tWnu *** I i> > ■- ( Jt; ■ ’ M 1 j ' -X ■■' n A ' ' ft jl COMMISSIONERS SALE By virtue of the authority con ferred upon me by a decree of the Chancery Court of Neshoba county Miss, rendered on the 12 day of,Dec. 1919 and recorded in Minute book 5, page 428 and 420 in the Chancery clerk’s office of the said state and county, t, P Cooper, commissioner will offer for sale and sell, to the biggest bidder for cash in front of the north door of the courthouse ol said county in the town of |*hiU. within legal hours on Mondav Jan. 12th 1920 the following 4®9- cribed property to-wit: Blocks 116 and U 7 of, A J Yates addition to the town of Philadelphia. Said sale will be made for a division of the, pro ceeds among the heirs to the above described properly. This Dec. 16th 1919. J P Cooper. Commissioner. ~ f *■:(*! DM OM Snaag ' : ■ M3tm was Ml sMr MmMfti CM appreartlaf HaDeweai par* 9 when her eider listers tried to e4tlftis her with the subject she answered sadly: “Oh, What good is Hslloweel to me? 1 am not eld enough to Ml my future'husband’s face in a ndrtutr Professional Card!* ■ f, *. * i a. BYR 3, J. K> OiLLIS Newtot. Miee. Phila., Alisa. BYRD & GILUS Attorneys at Law ornci over mars brothers! Philadelphia, Miaa 'f'i’i, "rr y,',i ES RICHARDSON Attorn at Law. E R Baaaett, Law Clark and Stenographer . Philadelphia, Miaa. Office in Hotel Rush building. Neater retained in any case until fee ia paid or secured. H L AUSTIN LAWYER * Office over Mara Broa. Only lawyer that has a complete Abatraot of Land Titles including original entries from U. 8, Oov. in hia office or aooeaa to one. Litiga tion concerning land and the making of abstracts and rendering opinions as to the validity of titles given special attention. A. B. McGRAW i * < Attorney at Law Ru*K HoUl Building Will practice in the courts of this and adjoining counties CLAYTON T. RAND, Attorney at Law Makes a specially of titles, conveyancing and litigation in volving the Law of Real Proper ty- DR. JUANITA PUCKETT Chiropractor Office at M. F. Howard's residence Phone 20 t f 1 i * \ Trespass Notice. This is te warn all person not -o vrssys*s oa siie lands #. the Ossmer Mtfg. C. Ws do not wish to bs harsh •at tha onttiag of oor timber must sease, or we will bs compelled te take steps to protest ourselves. 11-14 xS- Deemer lifg. Cos. ... - * ,'i! ■ T ’ ' TRUSTEE’6 SALE • •i• S* f • • i ftst 1 By virtiie of the power confer red me as trustee in the cert |ia Irpst deed given by F M Ntjse lo W H Mar* to Secure certain .fIV / < • , iQa*b todnB men honed therein and recorded in deed beok Si at page 178 in the Chancery clerk’s office of Neshoba county Miss., 1 will on Jan. ith 1020 in front of .the north door of the courthouse in the town .of Phils. Miss, wifih in lawful heart sell to the high est bidder for cash the land con veyed to me in said trust deed to wit: ‘ The NW qr of SW qr Sec. 18 TANARUS, 10 R 13 and 2 acres in the BW corner of the 8W qr of NW qr of Se 6, 18 T 10 R 18 in Ne*hoba county Miss., Said 2 acres beipg 140 yards long north and sooth and 70 yds wide, and out of the proceeds pay said debt and the expense of executing this trust. Witness my hand this Dec. 12th 1019. N R Gipson, Trustee. . <* NOTICE TRTttTEE SALE % • ff By rirtus of the authority vested lu me as trustee in i certain trust deed given by Hubbert and Nannie Hherrod to I Mars to secure certain indebtedness mentioned therein and recorded,ln book lit page 3lfe of the records of trusi deeds in the Chance ry Clerk’s office of Neshoba county Miss, and default being made in the payment of said indebtedness, 1 wi l on Jan. th 1920 in front of the rierth door of the courthouse In Phila. Miss •ell to the highest bidder for cash within legal hours the 8E 1-4 of NW 1-4 of See. f, T 12, B II in Neshoba county Miss, and out of the proceeds of said sals pay sgid indebtedness and expense of ezeooting this trust Witness my hand this Dee 12,1919 N B Gipson Trustee ... I • Turner’s Drug Stpre L. S. RUSSELL Civil Engineer, Architect and Surveyor , PHILADELPHIA, MISS. Maps and Blue Prints Made. LAND SURVEYS I make a specialty of land surveying. With every survey I give a plan Which shows the measurements of your boundaries; so complete that your lawyer or chancery clerk can correctly describe your land. DRAINAGE OP SWAMPS lam the Resident Engineer in Neshoba county, for the Kentawka, He-* asha, Luneluah, (Joouschuck, Lonsiiocher, Dowdville and Joe Fuskey Drainage Districts. In Newton county I hold the same position for the Pott&ohftto; Okhatta, Potterchitto Extension and Couehatta Drainage Districts. In these swamps lam having out drains from 12 to 60 feet wide wnd from Bto 10 feet deep. The length of the ditches are 160 miles, these Pitched will be reclaimed some 70,000 acres of Virgin Swamps Land which Will produce from 76 to 126 bushels of corn per acre. FARMERS, TRINK WHAT THIS MEANS An investment of $750,000 00 spread over a period of 80 years produces A yearly revenue of #7,000,000.00 for the farmer. w I ALSO MAKE ROAD AND RAILROAD SURVEYS. ® Past experience has taught the farmer that counties out of their usual revenues cannot build and maintain a system of good roads, it must be done by Bond Issue and Special Taxation, FARMER JONES ASKED FARMER SMITH. Are you in favor of good foadsf Farmer Smith sat down, pulled his hat to the hack of his head, lit his pipe and began to figure; I live 12 miles from town and the railroad, he said, with the existing roads it takes me all the morning to go and all the afternoon to come back. My mules can only pull 600 pounds. I have 40 tons of produce to sell yearly and I have to haul 6 tons of feed stuff and groceries home each year. 1 can earn $2 per dav working at the saw mill. With our present road system I am hauling ir>o days in the year, there are 62 Sundays, therefore I only have 158 days to work on my 80 acre farm. 12 miles of good road will cost in the neighbor hood of $60,000 00 or 48 cents per foot I have 1320 feet frontage therefore my Share of a good road will cost $633.60. If I borrow this sum over a period of 26 years I shall have to pay in interest another #633.60 making my share of cost of the toad $1267.20 in all or an average of $60.70 per year for 26 years. When the road is built 1 can do all my hauling In 20 days, I can go vjork at the sawmill for 26 days and earn my yearly tax. Then I can turn my* in ale out In the pasture for 140 days and 1 can rest for 114 days and enjoy l ife and still have 163 days to work my farm. Farmer Smith sat still for at least 1-2 an hour after the Good Road Ques tion had been put toh'im by Farmer Jonesthen turning to the later he said. “Farmer Jones you and I have been darned tools and asleep for the last 40 vests. We should have started building roifl -i then, but it is never too late to become progressive and make ofcr county progressive. I SELL MY WORK My profession is a business, it is my asset in life. Therefore I do not give my work away. When you deal with me you must ge down to business. My price for all is alike I accept payment for my work in c*sh, in stock, in produce or any other commodity that ha a market value. MY EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN BUILT IN CIVIL ENGINEERING On ap 8 year indenture of articles served under one of the great! Arms of engineers and surveyors in the world, on a University course an „ practical examinations in construction held under government together with 21 y- ars of practical experience carrying out contracts for iAihroadk; drainag e tunneling through mountains; under rivers and un 4ef the sea; in sewerage; irrigation; resevoirs; canals; levee work and bridge construction IN SURVEYING. Laying opt Counties, Townships, Sections, Townsites, Surveying privately, re-establish mg' lines, readjusting Boundaries, Surveying Cities, and adjusting deeds. IN , ARCHITECTURE In building residences, Courthouse**, Pumping Stations, Schools, Abbitorn and Public Buildings. t MY STAFF \ • Consist* of n number of trained men who have been taught business with the idea of doing the work correctly and at a mini murb cost to the tx payer. My plans are done by an expert and experienced Draftsman and I have one of the most competent builders and draftsman in the State of Mississippi employed to' look after my architectural department. I guarantee my work. I MAKE PLANS AND GIVE ESTIMATES-of Houses, Roads-,. Bridge*, Schools or any class of Engineering, Land Surveying or Architectural work. ■4 • I BUY BONDS —School*, Roads, Drainage of other Bonds vou desire to issue I par and I finance Drainage Projects. I will take tracts of rut over land and develope them for you, IT COST YOU NOTHING TO CONSULT ME. Why not work with me, develope your county and st ite and at the same time be making money for yourself. THE BIG ONE WAS FED Avalon Farms’HOG-TONE *** * ComdUiotmr, Fmltomoo an# Worm Romavor— —THE RUNT WASNT ion. Th* Wo 1 ”* f s?L un *k r **** Bem ® conditions -with one^exceo ftssstTssssapatiiatift fiSWCTKtte SSg: ffosswar* 1 it 4 ;s?. r „?.rao h gteijl’!; t S?IT„nS g,6od , a A\ You don? eH^^N^t^tocnftaUto U Mt£ ■w > ewMt aiMSM ud# fy you. It wIU cot you nothing™ FOR SALE BY - CITY DRUG STORE HWp Youreeff. There 1* is this world Infinitely toon Joy than pain to be Shared, if yon will only take yonr Share when It la eel before yon.—Hnskln. Too Busy to Be Kind. The trouble with the man who !w Just now too busy to be kind Is that when he's made all the money It Is too* lata.