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Cha/emH HIGHEST PATENT FLOUR Try it on your next crke. See if U doesn't make the A i nrsei of food you ever tasted fhtaea snowflake and goodek ~o the loaf f crumb* Equally %s Good for Bread Baking 7. .•; *3*> .- % T its Equal Has Never Bern Milled!. I Buy It! Try It! JJtoayt dlmjiktmr U Never Vastest I Memphis Belle Is another High Grade Patent Flour that car ries our unqualified guarantee that its equal cannot be bought at the price. Made in opr own mill from the finest wheat that grows. We also manufacture m Queen’s Taste K SELF-RISING FLOUR ■ The Greatest Biscuit Flour on Earth I Wade’s MIXED FEEDS for Horses, Mules, Cattle, Hogs and Poultry, are in a class to themselves. Our Feeds have Withstood the Result Tests for over a quarter of a century, and we are making them Better Today than Ever Before. Cheaper than whole (Grain and Far Better for Your Stock. v . ASK FOR WADE'S FEEDS y ,.| '■ <1 Bob-My-Tism is a powerful auttsep tfo; It kill* the poison caused from in footed ont*i cores old sores, tetter etc. has proven it will cure Malaria, Chills and Fever, BjJiousFeyer Colds and LaGrippo f&m If You can’t^^BH| V FS feel so good but what Nt will make you CITY DRUG STORE NOTICE The Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the town of Phila. Miss, will rece ive bids for the working of the streets of the town of Phila. Miss, according to the plans and specific at* ions now on file in the office in said town until 2 o’clock P M on the 3rd day of Peb, 1920 for the remainder of the year 1920 The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids This Jan. 6th 1620 J V Welsh, Clerk S H Spivey Mayor CHANCERY SUMMONS The State of Mississippi. To Mrs. Minnie Adams, Fred Ad ams, Jessie Adams, Ferman Adams, Hattie Adams, Veda Adams, Edgar Adams, Carlton Adams, Georgia Adams and Willis Adams of Blos som Texas You are commanded to appear be fore tin Chancery court of the coun ty of Neshoba, in said state on the 2d Monday of May A D 1920 to defend the suit in said court of case of M M Therrell vs Mrs. Minnie Adams, et al wherein you are a defendant This 2nd day of Jan. A D 1920 L Morrow, Clerk NOTICE The Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the town of Phila. Miss, will re ceive seal bids for the purchase of >57000 twenty year compound bonds of the town of Phila. until 2 o’clock P M on the 3rd day of Feb. 1920 Said bonds were authorised tt be issued by the town of Phila, and ap proved by the State Bonded attorney for the purpose of raising money to erect or purchase an annex to the Public School building in the said ‘own of Phila. Miss. Said bonds to bear interest at a rate not greater than 6 percent, payable semi-annual ly. Each bidder is required to file with his bid a certified check lor S2OO for the faithful performance of his bid. The Board of Mayor and Aldermen reserve the right to reject any and all bids This Jan, oth 1920 J V Welsh Clerk S H Spivey Mayor . * ffK Hjgs n NON 17 BUCK* \ I without question If Hunt’s Salve TJjpw vl] MU In the treatment of Icmu, rl I p 7 Tetter, Ringworm, Itch,etc. Dost I AJ J I become discouraged became other V t'J treatment* failed. Hunt’s Sale* VJa baa relieved hundreds of each cases. You can’t lose oa am Money Bach Guarantee, Tty It at our risk TODAY. Frioa 71a. Far sal# locally hr CITY DRUG STORE State of Mississippi Neshoba County To The Honorable Pardoning Board And His Excellency, Governor Lee M Bussell: We the undersigned citizens of Ne shoba County, Mississippi being ac quainted with the case of the State of Miss, vs Acie Alcorn. The said Acie Alcorn having been convicted at the Sept. 1918 tern of Circuit Court of Neshoba County of the crime|of Grand Larceny and sentenced to the Penitentiary for a period of 3 years. The said Acie Alcorn is a young ne gro of about 20 years of age and that in our judgement he was lead into the commission of said crime by an older party or parties and that he has beon sufficiently punished for the said offense and should be pard oned Acie Alcorn, et al State of Miss. To J M Irving, an attachment at the suit of H L Austin against your estate for $665 returnable before the circuit court of Neshoba County at Phila. has been executed and Is now pending in said court and uuleas you appear before said court on the 3rd Monday of Sept 1920 and plead to said action. Judgement will be ente red and the estate attached will be sold Jan. 16tb 1920 DBF Crews Clerk, By W A'Crews' D C Bub-My-Tism is a great pain kill, er. It relieves pain and soreneasoaua ed by rheumatism, neuralgia, vpraios Professional Cards. [J. K. GILLIS N County Attorney and Attorney at Law. Special attention given to civil and chancery matters. Office over Mars Bros. Philadelphia, Mias. ES RICHARDSON Attorn at Law. E R Bassett, Law Clerk and Stenographer Philadelphia, Miss. Office in Hotel Bush building. Never retained in any oase until fee is paid or secured. H Zj AUSTIN LAWYER Office over Mars Bros. Only lawyer that has a complete Abstract of Land Titles including original entries from U. 8. 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 attention. A. B. McCRAW Attorney at Law Ruah Hotel Building Will practice in the courts of this and adjoining counties CLAYTON T. RAND. Attorney at Law Makes a specialty of titles, conveyancing and litigation in volving the Law of Real Proper ty. . DR. JUANITA PUCKETT Chiropractor Office at M. F. Seward’s residence Phone 29 606 quickly relieves Colds and La- Grippe, Constipation, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and Headaches, C HANCEBY BUMM ONB The State of Mississippi, To Ollie McDonald and Mrs. Oasis Day of Amsna Texas and Otis Mc- Donald of Dallas Texas You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery court ef the coun ty of Neshoba, in said slate .-nthe 2nd Monday of May, A D 1920 to de fend the suit in said court of J £ Hays, complainant vs Mrs. Mattia McDonald et aI, wherein you are a defendant. This 30th day of Deo. A D 1919 • L Morrow, Clerk - ■ ——■- to i NOTICE The Board of Mayor and Aldermen will receive seal bids until 2 o'clock P M on the 3rd day of February 1920 for waterworks and Power House Supt, for the remainder of 1920 This Jan. 6tb 1920 J V Welsh. Clerk 8 H Spivey. Mayor A COATED TONGUE? WHAT IT MEANS A bad breath, coated tongue, bad taste in the month, languor and debility, are usually Jr i \SSk eigne that mm Ia ittTMl wktbb says; fyJnL “The liver is Wan organ n y secondary in A MVLrBK 1 Importance We ean ® A TfJE'Jrwm nmifin jR n n T,ure noisons 7/ * itb £r' deadly as a snake’s venom. The liver acta as a guard otwr/jufl well-being, sifting out the cinders and ashes from the general 1 Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant PeQeta are xnaddj of May-apple, leaves of aloe and JalapJ first put into ready-to-use foam by Pierce, nearly fifty years ago, and sou for 25 cents by all druggists as'Dt. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. New Orleans, La.: —“When £ trie quite a young girl I was troubled n)rt*t deal with sluggish liver and sick Head aches. My mother used several of Dr. Pierce’s remedies and she gave the the 'Pleasant Pellets' until they ervontUSlbr cured me of all liver trouble and hqap achea. For quite a number have had no return of these ailments, but have been in a perfectly healthy and regular condition. I am, therefore, most enthusiastic in my praise of Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets.' r —Mas. T. Scbmmmb, 707 Independence St. Baton Rouge, La.: —“I have taken Or. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets when in need of a laxative and consider them absolutely reliable in relieving' sluggish liver and constipation.”—Mas. Mina Hioozn bon, 824 North St. Ma % m Marriage Queetten. Man sometimes wonders MM SI net he wants to get mnntsdt with I woman her chief concern It whsMir or not a certain man It Os dps Mil nt to man. .I Qroceriesf ft! With aSO per cent in= I V V crease in our business I 1 1 M during 1919 we are mak= I M ing a like improvement I " in stock and service. We I * * carry a complete line of I Fancy Groceries. I On Wednesdays and Saturdays I we receive shipments of FRESH I VEGETABLES and fruit. Anew I supply of garden and field seed I has just arrived. I ESTES OROCERV CO. 'S E | L. S. RUSSELL Civil Engineer, Architect and Surveyor PHILADELPHIA, MISS. Maps and Blue Prints Made. iTand 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 OF SWAMPS lam the Resident Engineer in Neshoba county, for the Kentawka, Bo aeha, Luneluah, Coouschuck, Lonsilocber, Dowdville and Joe Fuakey Drainage Districts. In Newton county I hold the same position for the Pntterohitto, Okhatta, Potterchitto Extension and Oonehatta Drainage Districts, In these swamps lam having cut drains from 12 to 60 feet wide and from Bto 10 feet deep. The length of the ditches are 160 miles, these ditched will be reclaimed some 70.000 acres of Virgin Swamps Land which Will produce from 76 to 126 bushels of corn per acre. FARMERS, THINK WHAT THIS MEANS A& Investment of $760,000.00 spread over a period of 30 years produces * yearly revenue of $7,000,000.00 for the farmer. % I ALSO MAKE ROAD AND RAILROAD SURVEYS. * Past experience has taught the farmer that counties out of their osonl revenues cannot build and maintain a system of good roads, it must bo| done by Rond Issue and Special Taxation. J PARMER JONES ASKED FARMER SMITH. Are you In favor of good roads f Farmer Smith sat down, pulled his bat to the back of bis 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 pullf 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. I can earn $2 per day working at the saw mill. With our present road system 1 am hauling 160 days in the year, there are 62 Sundays, therefore 1 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 bon ow this sum over a period of 26 years 1 shall have to pay iu interest another $033 60 making my share of cost of the road $1267.20 in all or an average of S6O 70 per year for 25 years. When the road is built I can do all my hauling in 20 days, I can go work utL the sawmill for 26 days and earn my yearly tax. Then I can turn my muh9 out in the pasture for 140 days and I can rest for 114 days and enjoy life andj still bate 153 days to work my farm. % Farmer Smith sat still for at least 1-2 an hour after the Good Road Qucffai lion had been put to him by Farmer Jones then turning to the later he said. “Fanner Jones you and I have been darned fools and asleep for the last 40 years. We should have started building roads then, but it is never too late to become progressive and make oor 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 get down to business. My price for all is alike. 1 accept payment for my work in cash, in stock, in produce or any other commodity that has a market value. MY EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN BUILT IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 1 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 iu 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; iu sewerage; irrigation; resevoirs; canals; levee work and bridge construction IN SURVEYING. Laying out Counties, Townships, Sections, Townsites, Surveying privately, re-establishing lines, readjusting Boundaries, Surveying Cities, and adjusting deeds. IN ARCHITECTURE In building tesidencef., Courthouses, Pumping Stations, Schools, Abbitors and Public Buildings. my‘ STAFF Consists of a number of trained men who have been taught their business with the idea of doing the w ork correctly and at a mini mum cost to the tax 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 architectuial department. 1 guarantee my work. I MAKE PLANS AND GIVE ESTIMATES—of Houses, Road® Bridget, Schools or any class of Engineering, Land Surveying* or Architectural work. I BUY BONDS —Schools, Roads, Drainage nr other Bonds you desire to issue I pay and I finance Drainage Projects. I will take tracts of cut over land and develope them for you, 4 IT COST YOU NOTHING TO CONSULT ME. Why not work with me, develope your county and state and at tha same time b? making money for yourself.