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Mrs \I 0 Ingram, our efficient post Mistress, Is visiting he-sister, Mrs. Wood of Sukalena. Miss Colene Tidwell has charge of the Post Office during her absence. Miss Deane Calvert of Meridian is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Mrs. Lillie Holcomb, formerly of this place, now of Memphis, Tonu. is spending a few weeks with her par ents. J M and Mrs Shumaker. She has just returned Iroui a visit to her sister, Mrs Angie Shumaker of Meri diau. Mrs A H Whittle, who is spending the summer with her brother, Allan Wright, near Burnside, was a pleas ant weekend visitor in the home of Win ana Mrs Eubank. Miss Willie Eubank attended the Sunday School Normal at Noxapater the past week. Mrs Clifford McMinn has returned from the hospital. W B Moore, an employee of the G M & N, R R, is spending a few days with his father, W A Moore, near Burnside. PROVIDENCE ITEMS Rev. Kitchens has just completed a series of meetings at Pearl Palley, baptizing thirty-two. A R Clark and W L Breazeale have returned from Pontotoc. After all they seem to think Neshoba the best county in the state. Jack Wood returned from hospital the l(sth and is doing tine. Prof. W J Houston of Neshoba was here a few days last week in behalf of the school work. Mrs. Ada Nowell and Mr. Baum ot Beat 4 were united in matrimony the 18th. Miss Enez Breazeale and Mr. Doug las Nowell were quietly married Su nday at Pearl Valley Church. Those who motored over to A & M Monday returned much elated. Boman Lee of Winston Cos. is build ing a home near here for his children where they will stay during school. BETHSAIDA NEWS The revival meeting closed aißeth saida on Friday last, witli the baptiz ing of sixteen members into the church. Mrs. Elizabeth Nicholson of the Linwood community visited relatives and friends here last week while at tending the meeting. Miss Bertha Roberson of Plight is spending some time with her friends here. Rufus Hardy and wife spent Satur day night in the home of G E Skin ner. Mr. and Mrs. A B Hardy are the proud parents of a fine boy. Misses Lottie and Vida Mowdy Bertha Robinson and Messrs Earl and Clyde Smith and Ollie Hardy spent Sunday at the home of .1 B Smith. Willie Williamson and family of Bloomfield community spent Satur day night and Sunday at the home of J C Moore. Geshon Mowdy spent the afternoon at Mr, W W Winstead’s Sunday. There will be an all day singing at Bethsaida next Sunday August 28th. Everybody invited to come, bring full dinner baskets and song books “Praise to Him”. Odie Smith won the Neshoba Coun ty Fair prize on his club pig. . . ■■■ * ■ ■ NOTICE Notice is . hereby given that sealed bids for the sale of $ 16,000 00 road bonds for Township Twelve Road District of Supervisors District No. 5 Neshoba County Mississippi, will be received in the office of the Chancery Clerk up until noon of Sept. 5, 1921. Each bid will be accompanied by a certified check for SI6OO (X). The Bord reserves the right to leject any and all bids. —Witness my hand and seal of office, this Aug. 6th 1921. J. I). Pettey, Clerk of Board of Su pervisors, By M. M. Pettey, D. C. K p|NL It wards of (as well as stops; tones up the system and puts rich red blood m H dren up. Good for Malaria. Biliousness, Constipation, Lack of Appetite, fl NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER’S HALE * Whereas I, A. Dees, was, on the 11th day of August. 1921, by a decree of the Cltan cry Court of Neshoba County, Mississippi, made ami enter ed in that certain cause pending in said court styled Exparte Mrs. Dollie King, et al., app dntert commissioner of said court and authorised, empow ered and directed to sell the herein after described lands for a division of the proceeds thereof among the owners thereof. Now, therefore, pursuant to said order so made I. A. Dees, Commis sioner, will, on Saturday the 10thday of September, 1921, within legal hours, in front of the North door of the Court House in the Town of Philadel phia, Neshoba county, Mississippi, oiler for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash all of the fol lowing described property, to-wit: Lots 6, 7. 8 and 9, of Block 95. Lots 6, 7. 8. 9, 10, 11. 12, 13 and 14 of Block 9(5, all of Blqck 7. all of Block 98, all of Bb ck 100, all of Block 99. all of Block 107, all of Block 108, all of Block 109, all of Block 110, and Lots 1,2, 3, 4 and sin Block 102, all in Harrod’s Survey of the Town of Philadelphia, Neshoba county, Mississippi. And Block 28 of the Breland Addition. Town of Philadelphia, Neshoba coun ty, Mississippi, and a plat of land ly ing south of Blocks 109, 108 and 99 of. the Harrod Survey, containing about four acres, and moie particularly de scribed as: Commencing at the HW corner of Block 28, Breland Addition, Town of Philadelphia, running South 129 feet; thence West 1215 feet; theucd NE along the right of way of G. M. & N. K. B. 605 6-10 feet; thence H. E. along South line of E. Golson lot 288 feet; thence North to the South line of the street North of E. Colson's lot; thence East along said line to within 100 feet of NW corner of Block 28, Brelaaci Addition; thence South 228 feet; thence East luO feet to point of beginning. And a plat of land de scribed as beginning at SW corner of Block 28 of Breland Audition of the Town of Philadelphia, Mississippi; thence west 100 fret; thence North to a point immediately W. of NW corner of Block 28, thence East 100 feet to said corner; thence South to point of beginning, all in the down of Phila delphia, Mississippi. Said sale will be made for ad ivi sion of the proceeds thereof among the owners of said property as their interests appear. The said sale will be reported to the Honorable T. P. Guyton. Chancellor in and for said County, at his office at Kosciusko, Mississippi, in vacation, on Saturday the 17tb day of September, 1921, for approval and confirmation. Witness my signature, this the 13th day of August 1921.—A. Dees, Com missioner. Byrd & Byrd, Sols. New ton, Miss. Notice To The Qualified Electors Of The Bond Consolidated School Dis trict Of Neshoba County Mississippi. Notice is hereby given that an elec tion will be held within the Bond Consolidated School District of Ne shoba County, Mississippi on Friday the 2nd day of September 1921 at the School house, the same being the regular voting place in the said Dis trict, known as the North Bend vot ing place, for the purpose of deter mining whether or not a majority of the qualified electors of taid District are in favor of the issuance of Bonds of the said Disti let in the sum of Two Thousand Dollars for the purpose of erecting a school building in said District. The tickets for holding said election will be furnished by the Election Commissioners and the pur pose of the said Election will he printed on the top of said tickets and will be marked, “Those for the Bond Issue.” “Those Against the Bond Is-ue.’’ This notice is given in pursuance to an order of the Board of Supervis ors of Neshoba County, Mississippi passed at their regular August 1921 meeting. Tl is August 6th 1921.—5. H Stribling, T. N. Crockett, Election Commissioners. 9-1-1 Professional Cards. A. B. McCRAW Attorney at Law Ruh hotel Building Will practice in the courts of thifc and adjoining counties W. M. DANSBY OPTOMETRIST Adjustments made and glasses fitted. ‘ Philadelphia, M iss h. S. RUSSELL CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHI TECT &SURVEYOR ENGINEER FOR THIRTY DRAINAGE DISTRICTS IN NE SHOBA AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES EYES EXAMINED And glasses fitted. Office over Mar/Btos. Store. Office hours 11 till 3 P. M. —J H. McCloskey, Optometrist, Phila. Miss. c kA AAA A A A jilt jflk JSk. A ] Make t * Sunday \ t Pleasant [ 4 When in town < take home a J> i cake of ► I ICE \ < The Kids Like ► J Ice Cream. J i Ice Cold Water | Melons I i This Week at ► j Ice House. (T.P. | Hobbs j> NOTICE TO BOND BUYERS The Mayor.apd Board of Aldermen of the town of Philadelphia Missis sippi will receive bids up until 2 o’clock P. M. (September 6tb, 1921 for the sale of $.000.00 in municipal bonds of said town of Philadelphia. Mississippi. Said bonds being author ized by sai l Board on the 2ud day of August 1921 as is shown by Minute Book No, 3, at pages 148 and 149 of the said Mayor and Board of Aider men. Said bonds will be issued in denominations as f dlows* Five bonds for $120.00 each, due as follows: $l2O duo Feb. I*l 1922, and $l2O on the first day of each Februa ry thereafter up to and including February Ist 1926. Ten bonds lor $240 each due as fol lows: $240 00 due February Ist 1927, and the sum of $240 due on the first day of each February thereafter up to and including February Ist 1936. Five bonds for $600.00 each, due as follows: S6OO due on February Ist 1937, and S6OO due on the first of each February thereafter up to and include ing February Ist 1941. Baid bonds to bear interest at six per cent per annum, payable semian nually at the Citizens Bank, or the Bank of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Mississippi. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids.—J.V. Welsh, Clerk. 9-1-1 .. ■■ ♦—♦ i—in —- 666 Quickly relieves Constipation, Biliousness, Loss of Appetite and Headaches, due to Torpid Liver. (Advertisement) 1 The stock-holders of the King Au tomobile Company. Incorporated, met in regular meeting on this the sth. day of August 1921 at the office of the said King Automobile Company, in the town of Philadelphia, Neshoba county. Mississippi, when and where all stock-holders of the said Compa ny w is present, with 8. B. King us Chairman and R. H Drake, as Secre tary. and after the meeting was cal led to order. I). Yarbrough, *one of the stock holders offered the follow ing resolution, and moved its adop tion, to-wit: "Be it resolved by the stack-holders of the King Automobile Company, incorporated, that the capital stock of tfie King Automobile Companr he increased Irora $20,000 (Hi to skt),ooo.” The motion to adopted said resoln tion being duly seconded by Mrs. Dollie King, being put to a vote was nnamiously adopted, ail of the stock holders being present and voting in favor of the said resolution. There being no further bit mess the meeting adjourned.—B. B. King, Pros. R. H Drake, Secretary, We. 8 B King, President of King Automobile Company, and R. H. Drake, Secretary of same, hereby certify that the above is a true and correct copy of the resolution adopt ed b / the stock-holders of the King Automobile Company, at their meet ing held on August 6th, 1921.—5. B King. Pres , R. H. Drake, Secretary. Make Your Own Soap! f Saves Dollars! 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