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THe Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company of California Provides complete insurance protection for young and old. Writes Old Line lnsurance=Ordinary Life=2o Payment Life-Joint Life and Business Insurance-Endowment Insurance. Represented by.. CARL L. QENTSCH, at Carlisle Hotel, Philadelphia, Miss. THF. 4ESHOBA DEMOCRAT Hiibftcription: 1.50 a Year, C. T. RAND EdlXr Entered at the post office at I'hila dalphia. Miss., as second class mall matter. Announcements, For Congress, Fifth Diet. Ross A. Calling POTHER! The Union Appeal of last week came out with a headliner enti tled, “D. B. F. Crews Replies to Neshoba Democrat.*’ This article could be made the basis of an in teresting controversy, but is it worth the pother? We rest our case on the article as it appeared in the Union Ap peal with the following correc tions.: Mr. Crew’s son did not give this article to the editor nor the editor decline to publish it. They who wrote this answer for Mr. Crews are in error. The article was left at the Democrat Office in the editor’s absence. The editor has never said he would publish the article or that he would not publish it. He did say repeatedly that he would pub lish it provided certain changes were made in itand that he would not publish it unless these chan ges were made. Judge McClaurin had said trcm the bench, “gentle men a heinous crime has been com muted.” The editor could not publish the article as submitied tl rough Mr. Crew’s represents tive unless J. W. Wadsworth’s nameeither were omitted or the article make clearer the fact that no crime had been committed, and he told them so. In spite of the fact that they refused to comply with his re quest the article as it appeared in the Union Appeal (the two concluding paragraphs in the item as it appeared in the Appeal were not in the article as it was left at the Democrat Office) con tained the following interesting words, “ we want it distinctly understood that we make no charge, criminally or otherwise, against any official connected with the indictments.” H id these words appeared in the article submitted to the Neshoba Democrat it would have been published and forgotten. but why this prattle/ When affairs reach a point in Neshoba County wh*re a County paper cannotquote what a circuit Judge says Iroui the bench without sub sidizing the pnss of an adjoining County io refute his words things have taken a perverted turn. finally, the editor is neither interested in the defence nor prosecution of Mr. J A Myers, and though he regrets that Mr. Crews was offended by the edito rial written, lie must still reserve the right to reject for publication what in hisjudgment is unaccept able ■ —— 111 NOTICE The public is hereby warned not to cut timber or otherwise tresspass on E hf of S£ qr Sec. 10, T 13, Range 13 East. 4p B. F. Myatt. —. ■ ■■■■ NOTICE Hog Shipp ng Day Bring hogs (o Philadelphia on Friday 9fh of April for next ship ment. O C. Bottoms. County Agent. TO THE SCHOOL PATRONS OF MISSISSIPPI. Do you realize how importaut the School Teachers 6f the itate are to you and your children? Do you appreciate the fact that the future welfare of your chil dren as coining citizen?, charged with the responsibility of public affairs, rest? largely with the Teachers? Now, unless the salaries and general living conditions of the Teachers of the State are materi ally improved, and that very soon, we are going to lose great numbers of them- who are going to seek other lines of employment This would greatly impair our entire school system in the State. It is, therefore, up to you as school patrons to get behind the movement for the improvement of the condition of the Teachers. Urge, the Teachers to join the State Teachers Association and send in their dues of SI.OO to Prof. H. L. McCleskey, Hattiesburg, Miss, at once. They need a strong organiza tion to look alter their Welfare and press their claims for better living conditions. As many as can should attend the great State Thachers Conven tion at Jackson, from May 6 8,- but whether or not they attend the convention,- all Teachers should be affiliated with the State Teachers Association, Urge them to act in the matter. COMING TO PHILADEL PHIfI WEEN APRIL 8, O F. Haraden’s Big Dramatic Company Under Canvass Here Week Of April sfh Presenting the Cook Players—ln a Repetiore of Standard Plays The C. F. Haraden’s Big Dra. matic Company will open a weeks engagement in Philadelphia Apr il sth, and it is safe to say that there is a treat iu store for all lovers of high class dramatic pro ductions This company played our city last May and are no strangers of Philadelphia It carries nothing bat high class artists and presents standard plays This company comes to our city with the highest recommendation from the press and public wher ever they have played. The com pany is an eastern organization having been before the public for the past eleven years. It will be their second vinit to oar city, and the public will have a chance to be entertained by a splendid com pany daring the week of Apr. 5 All to please and nothing to offend any poison. The tent will be located on the Dr. Caraway lot. Doors open at 7 ;80 P. M. Performances at 8 P M. TRY $0 GET IN (Advertisement) WANTED-Fresh butte' and blue cane syrup. Estes Grocery Company, 2t c Philadelphia. WANTED*" * Log cutters, 11.25 per Ni S ladder men $4 per day. New Deemer Mfg Cos. FOR SALE—Good pony and boggy. J, D Meeks. Xt o phi'adelphia, A & M AND THE WAR The Mississippi A & M College has published a book which is a record of the part A & M men played in the great war. The volume is edited by J. Wendell Bailey, Statistical Secretary of the College and the Alumni As sociatiou. The book is well writ ten and the material is happily arranged. Pictures and a brief life history of those who paid the supreme sacrifice is given. A ros ter of those who served is inclu ded. The title, done in Gold, aud the flags of the Allies, em bossed and colored, upon the cover make the volume inside aud out worth many times its cost to the A& M men. Of the 196 men from Neshoba County who have attended A & M there is not a ona who will not find the book worth while. The book may be had by sending $1 to Mr Bailey at the College. THE PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION The Parent Teachers Ass cia tiou held their usual meeting iVIoh. 19th and enjoyed the pro gram given very much. The music was furnished by Mrs. Coulter’s pupils. A pian . solo by little Miss Bradford ami . vocal solo by Mrs. Donald Yar brough. Quite an interesting contest was given on “What I can do t> keep well.” Five children had excellent papers on this subject Miss Eva Harbour was the winm r Mr. Neshit made a very good talk on “The importance of hold ing the confidence of the child,” which the members were glad t V bear. The Health aud Sanitation re ported the town now is divided into districts, each district has a captain whose business it is to lead in having our town made sanitary and clean. BAPTIST PRIMARY DEPART MENT COMPLETED. The Baptist Sunday School of Philadelphia can boast of the most complete aud op to date primary departmeut in the state of Mississippi. Much of the car penter work was done by Rev. J L Hughes. The industry of the teachers io the primary depart ment raised funds to buy the needed material. There are no drones in the Baptist Suuday School work shop. POULTRY PROFITS DEPEND ON HEALTHY CHICKS Mr. William*, a very successful Oklahoma Poultry Raiser, recently said to Dr. LeGear: ‘Since I have been using your Poultry Prescription not only have 1 o it down Chick loss, but I find that my pullets lay a month or two earlier.” A few pennies wise ly spent in feeding DrLeGear’s Poul try Prescription to Baby Chick in sures rapid development and and early fall and winter laying. Get a package from your dealer. Satis faction or money back.—Dr L D Le- Gear Med. Cos., St Louis, Mo (Advertisement) FOR SALE Single Comb Rhode Island Eggs £1.50 per setting of 15, also Black Crude Oil for kill ing Hog Lice 30 cts, per gallon. 3t pd J. S Smith. R 4 I make old cars look like new. Let me paint and varn ish yours. Also have a good 5 passenger Ford for sale. Jim Yates Lofton Brothers Handling Staple and Fancy Groceries would appreciate your business • ‘ t v • ... f ■w Phone 182 WANTED A District Agent for the Na tional Life Insurance Company of the United States of America, Chicago, 111. The Company was chartered by a special act of Con gress in 1868, over 100 million in surance in force. W F. Davis General Agent for Miss. 2t Hough Bldg. Indianola, Min. potat6*plants Book your order for Porto Ri co plants; five hundred 90 tents; thousand $1.76, prepaid. Money refunded on all ordera cannot fill. J. Edward Wilson, 4t Philadelphia Mm, FOR SALE—Ford Touring Car, in first class condition with Trac tor attachment. A bargain for quick sale. 3t A. T. Partridge, Philadelphia, Miss ~ y* ' optometry notice Don’t throw away your eyes; Come to me and have your glass es properly fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed, prices right. Claude Mayo. at the Waterworks Building ICE PLANT A 20 ton ice plant can be bonght at S3OOO, This plant cab be operated here this season. If interested call at either the Democrat Office or the office of the Neshoba Land Company. For Sale ——..—in. • Am One Lomus Gin; 70 Saws witH Condenser and Feeder Complete. Also one Prog ress Press. Will need vary little repairing. Will sell cheap. NESHOBA LUMBER 69., Philadelphia, Mlm. We have just unloaded a car load of Studebaker Wagons . / Henderson-Molpos Cos. State of Mississippi, Neshoba County: To Jim Steteu*, the Defendant: You are oomtoanded to appear Jba fore the Chancery fJourt of the coun ty of Neshoba in sift* State oifftheSd Monday of May A D 1920 to defend the suit for divorce in said court of Mrs Bennie Law Stevens wherein you are defendant. This the 19th day of March 1990 J D Petty, Clerk Day And Night C Money placed in our bank draws interest * day and night. You will be surprised how big a dollar will grow in a few years when you fasten the interest to it which this banKjuiyfc If your name is not on our booKs it would give us pleasure to put it there. A bank ac count will give you a prestige you may never -• have enjoyed before. Why not start one tog day? This bank has progressed with the • times. 7 Its methods meet today’s require ments It solicits your account on the basis of meritorious service. nmSSSSSmn ■ ia>iiiwnMwSHiißMßß^ In spite of the every fining price of paper and InK oi increasing list of subscribers is most gratifying. \ If your time is out, RENEW! Jf not taking it, SUBSCRIBE! ", _ •••’; i- The Neshoba Democrat 1 year |1.06 % The Neshoba Democrat and Com’l Appeal 1 year |l.7f Neshoba Democrat and Progressive Farmer 1 yiar |2J Mail money order or check to day to , t * THE NESHOBA DEMOCR;; Philadelphia, Mi Grocery Headquarters . "'V; ■ * rMS ; - *** ?■ * ■; * #-* • . —•* K . ■ and ,£;* Increased sales enables ¥ us to carry larger and more complete assortment of Fresh Groceries If its to eat and for immedi ate service-call on us. The store of quality The Estes Grocery Cos. PHONE 100 Have you tried Votan Coffee?