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The Neshoba Democrat /gBl T,OOAL NEWSISI& y„ . " h ■ - ,j ng Born to Mr. and Mrs. Asa Mott, a son. D. Kasdan is visiting at Indianola. J. W. Long has moved to Louisville, Route 1. G. E. Wilson is still confin ed to his home with a sore foot. The weather prophets agree that the rainy season will soon let in. Received from D. S. Kirk of Parchman a check for Democrat one year. Automobile Licenses and numberplates are now ready at the Sheriff’s office. Special Agent, F. J. Mc- Kinley was at the capital City on business Thursday. L. S. Russell, surveyor and Governor of Neshoba county has taken the oath of office. Mr. Hawk Stribling was called home from Texas last week because of illness in bis family. Jake Epstine of Rushville, Indiana has moved to Phila delphia. He will be with D. Kasdan. We all will have to hand it to the City Drug Store and the Citizens BanK when it comes to a clean house. J M Sloght of New York City, business representative for Paul Rainey was here on business Friday. Lots of talk about anew compress and gin for Phila delphia of late. We hope it leads to something. At the next General Elect ion in 1923 there will be a number of aspirants for the office of County Attorney. Miss Beatrice Hamill of Philadelphia was a week end visitor here to her sisters, Miss Pearl and Mrs. C. B. Quinn.—Forest Register. The Supervisors Court last week was much delayed and the work much interrupted by the constant springing of leaks in the ceiling. One of the members of the P. B. of T. side-walk commi ttee stumbled on a loose plank the other night while going home and almost broke his leg. One of the members of the Board of Trade Committee on “Electric Lights for Phil adelphia about set his house on tire while trying to read a newspaper by a candle. The new Supervisors have let a bid for a steel span bridge across Kentawka Ca nal on the pike west of Phila delphia. Some of the Super visors must have seen the two wooden bridges built up stream floating down the canal a few days ago. Three Choctaws, a bucket of sorghum beer, a rabbit hunt and a fight and anoth er homicide has been added to Neshoba County’s endless list. Hod. Marion W. Riley and daughter of Meridian were visiting here Sunday. The ’friends of Ex-Chancel lor Albert Y. Woodward will be pleased to Know lie has decided to live and die a Mis sissippian, having formed a partnership with Atty. Ben Wilks of Greenville, Miss, and will make his future home at that place. We expect to give every man his money’s worth in this paper, especially if the subscription price and sub cription come together. We can’t afford to carry you a whole year for $1.50. If you haven’t it our Banks are bursting with money; bor row it. We understand that the Deomer Company needs men Wages are high. Hard times are sure to come again; they always have come. Better till every job and save every cent. Money is the handiest stuff in the world when one hasn’t a job. We’ve been there; we know. M. A. Henderson has been elected President of the Bank of Philadelphia. Mr- 8. H. Stribling resigned from the office of President after six teen years of faithful service The Bank at its annual meet ing increased its capital stock $1,000,000 and declar ed a cash dividend of 16 per cent for the year 1919. The Bloomfield School has organized a Fair Association that gives every evidence of being much alive. The Asso ciation ha* elected N. M. Williamson as Pres., Dr. M. S. Phillips, Yioe-Pres., F. J. Phillips Sect, and Treas. and the following directors: J. H. J Lundy, E E Lundy, J. J. Phillips, W. L. Williamson K C Boswell. The enterpris ing principal of this school is D. B. Gross; his assistant is Mary Olive Madison. It has been rumored that the assessed value of taxable property in Philadelphia has been increased about 100 per cent. If there is sufficient money in the town treasury we recommend that a load or so of cinders be piled on the walk crossings around the square. By an act of Congress there has been a limit put upon the length of women’s boots. Mud blow ing over the tops,* and into ones shoes is uncomfortable. If there is not enough money in the city treasury to give us crosses, we recommend an increase of taxes to cover it. WELSH-WHITE Mr. Victor Welsh and Mies Annie Lee White were mar ried Tuesday afternoon. WATKINS-DEES Mr. Oliver Watkins and Miss Hilda Dees were mar ried Friday night. GRAY—WATKINS Mr. Ed Gray and Miss Ka tie Watkins were married Saturday night. Mr. Morgan Parker receiv ed a telegram Monday from Penver Colo., announcing the death of hie brother John ; This young man was one among the number called and mustered out from this county to go over Seas. He answered the call with a willingness that if it was necessary for men to go fight and possibly die to protect this commonwealth that his life was no more valuable than that of bis neighbor and his friend. Not long after returning from battle field, his health failed him and he i a mediate ly went West bat in spite of all the kind treatment and medical aid he was bound to die. His body will be brought bacK here for burial. Mr. B. H. Dyers of Webb, Miss, has about decided to put in a double unit electric lighting plant and a 20 ton per day ice plant in Philadel phia. Fancy lights in winter, 24 hours a day and ice in August. No more little chips of ice tied to a string, hut real ice in big blocks. Mr Dyers has had much experi ence in installing and opera ting lighting plants and ex pects to use new machinery and new wiring throughout. Mr. Dyers stated repeatedly while here chat he has never found such a bunch of enthu siastic business men in any town before. Mr. Dyers is gome booster himself and we hope he will waste no time in moving to Philadelphia with his family. BACK TO Philadelphia Dr.A. Monetta OFFICE OF Dr. W. J. Strlbling SATURDAY, JAN. 24 One Day Only I! there is anything on this earth that is important to you, it is GOOD EYESIGHT and if there is one thing easi ly injured by neglect it is your eyes. Don’t put it off. Be on the safe side and make up your mind to come to my office for an examination, I will be there on the above, date. I can relieve your eye trou ble and stop those head aches. Why suffer a single unneces sary day? Let me caution you again. stthe Bargain Glasses, your eyes are not to be trifled with, or experimented on. When you come to me you will have the service of an expert; a qualified ■ optician who has had 35 years of practical experience. I have for the last 35 years vis ited and fitted thousands of eyes. , My satisfied patients are my best advertisement. EXAMINATION FREE MORGAN PARKER JOE COHN v On account of my leaving Philadelphia for Louis ville, Ky., I have turned over the active manage ment of my business to Morgan Parker and Joe Cohn. Although I am leaving Philadelphia I shall still consider myself a citizen of Neshoba county and shall do my utmost in promising any thing to the welfare of this community; my sole ambition shall be “Neshoba County” first, last and always. Mr. Cohn and Mr. Parker are men who know the business and who will try to conduct the business on the same sound principles as heretofore. I thank you for your liberal patronage given me in the past and I assure you that your future business will be highly appreciated by Messrs. Cohn and Parker as well as myself. D. Kasdan’s Store Just as we were going to press the news came announcing the death of Mr. 0. P. Muudy. 200 EGG*STRAIN 200 Quality White Orpington cock rels for sale. Bred in John G Poormen’s grade A pens, $3 <fe $5 G G Howell Philadelphia Miss. CO OPERATIVE SHIPMENT Will make a shipment of peas on Jan. 22nd. We have a price considerably above prices on loc al market. We also have the sacks for filling. O O Bottoms 00. Agt. LOOK! • LISTEN 1 Do not buy a light plant for your home or business before see- Ing me. Pumps your water, fans in summer lights everywhere Its fool proof G G Howell (barber) Phila. Mies. FOR SALE—Or rent 95 acre farm 8 miles SE of Philadelphia. 40 acres in cultivation. P B Daley, Phila. Miss. LOST—Rain coat and a silk um brella with brown porcelain sil ver tipped handle. The umbrel la was a gift. A liberal reward will be paid for its return to O T Rand I have some deeds and trust deeds accumulated while cbauce ry clerk. If these deeds are of any value to you please call at Democrat office at once and get same- Lawler Morrow. B P Donald and Sou have been given the exclusive agency for Duplex Basic Phosphate in Ne- Sboba county. Duplex Basic Phosphate is manufactured by the Tennessee Company, Birm ingham Ala., and is distributed in Miss., Tenn., and Ark., by J A Martin & Cos., Memphis. It is one of the finest Phosphates sold Adv, Best Advantage Every tiller of the soil in this conn , knows bow to farm. Farming is their business. We know how to handle mon ey to your beat advantage. Banking Is our business. We Invite the farmers to come in and talk over farming and banking with ns. It may prove to be of mutual benefit. PHILADELPHIA.: :/M IS*. Notice Dairymen! Building and all machinery received, la now in running order. We are ready to receive cream. Bring In your cream and see it tested for bntter fat. We want all producers to have an insight to this busi ness and know how your product la handled. Yours for service and prosperous dairy farming. NESHOBA CO. DAIRY PRODUCTS CO Flayd A. Martin, Mgr.