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The Neshoba Democrat. (Philadelphia, Miss.) 1881-current, July 27, 1922, Image 6

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' POINTED MUMAPHI
It takes a has-been 8 long time tS
ftud it out,
A rare piece of acting should always
k well done.
Whatever else you do with a worry,
don’t puss it on.
A man's sins will not find him oat
S8 soon as his wife.
The path of duty generally parallels
the road to happiness.
Being able to accomplish wonders is
what makes a. man a liar.
So many things that are easy to
recommend are hard to dq.
No man Is very good at baseball and
grammar at the same time.
When the superintendent of streets
mends his way all Is forgiven. >
There is something wrong with a
small boy who Isn’t strenuous.
Being an easy mark saves lots of
wear and tear on the disposition.
No man can endure with patience
s woman's slur about his clothing.
People living on the Pacific coast
never think of eating Jellyfish for dew
sert
Yes, Arthur, it may make a man
nervous to discover a woman studying
'him.
A cynical woman says the shorter s
man Is on brains the longer be Is on
collate.
A baseball crank says that It takes
more than the bleachers to remove
stains from the umpire's record.'
It will soon be the open season for
toachlng the summer girl to swim all
over again.—Chicago News.
GOSSIP OF ROYALTY
Denmark’s kings have beea called
Christian or Frederick / for over 400
years.
Queen Sophia of Greece Is reported
to have become s convert to woman
suffrage.
The Duke of York, second son of
King George, has an official allow
ance of $60,000 a year.
King Oluwa of Lagos, on the gold
coast of Africa, Is king only In name,
for the British own bis kingdom
through purchase.
The total area of King George Vs
domain, the British Empire, is 11,400,-
000 miles, with an estimated popula
tion of 410,000,000.
Asa result of Prince Hlrohlto’s
visit to Europe, publication of photo
graphs of the imperial family in news
papers and magazines will be per
mitted.
One of Queen Mary’s chief bobbies
Is the collection of old Wedgwood pot
tery, and she has been known to pay
several hundred dollars for a single
specimen.
King Alfonso of Spain is an ardent
“movie fan.” Sometimes when a big
picture Is running in Madrid be may
be seen waiting like an ordinary in
dividual in the line at the box office'.
It was Marie Theresa, empress of
Germany (1717-1780) who spoke the
memorable words, "I want to meet my
God awake.” When dying she refused
a dose of opium. Carlyle says of her:
“She was most brave, high and pious;
beautiful and radiant with good na
ture, though of a temper that would
•ashy catch fire; perhaps no nobler
woman lived.’”
SUN, MOON AND STARS
Mars is the fourth planet from the
sun.
Jupiter Is the largest planet In our
solar system.
The sun, If It were a hollow sphere,
would hold a million globes as large as
the earth.
The sun is distant from the earth
94,000,000 miles In June and 91,500,000.
In December.
The light of the North Star Is esti
mated to be 190 times stronger than
that of the sun.
Although 400 times larger than the
moon, the sun Is 400 times farther
•way from the earth, making the two
appear about the same size.
▲ mountain on the sun, if It bore the
■eme proportion to that luminary as
Mount Everest does to the earth,
would be 900 miles high.
Mercury and Venus are the only
i planets that have no moons. Counting
oar own moon, the system of planets
possesses no less than 27 moons.
SAID IN EARNEST
Children am poor men's riches.
No legacy 1* so rich gs honesty.
Conscience cannot be compelled.
fiIDS WANTED
The Trustees of the Blootno Con
solidated School District will receive
bids for the construction of a school
building in said district up until Fri
day August 4. 1922 at 10 o’clock A M.
Bids must be sealed arid a Certified
check for 6 per cent of bid submitted
with bid.
The said building to be built accor
ding to the plans and specifications
of same now on file in the office of
the County .Superintendent of Educa
tion of Neshoba bounty. Bids may
be mailed to J H J Lundy, Philadel
phia, Miss., Route 1. The Board re
serves the right to reject any or all
of said bids. This July Bth 1922.
Board of Trustees of Biooino Con
solidated School, by J H J Lundy,
Secy. 8 3 2
BIDS WANTED
The Trustees of the Providence
Consolidated School will receive seal
ed bids,'for the transportation of pu
pils on the different Transportation
Routes Id said school district, up un
til August 4th 1922 at 2:30 P M. A
description of each route is now ou
file In the office of the County Super
intendent of Education, and also a
copy of the description is posted at
thb Providence School House. The
Trustees reserve the right to reject
any or all of said bids.— R J Brea
zeale, Secy Board of Trustees, K C
Peebles, Superintendent Ed. 8 3 2
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
Sealed bids will be received until
12 o’clock noon August 7th, 1922, same
.being the first Monday of said month,
by the Board of Supervisors of Ne
shoba County, Mississippi, for S4OOO
of uardale consolidated school bonds
of said county. The bonds will not
be sold at less than par and will bear
interest at a rate of 6 per cent per an
num, payable semi-annually. Both
principal aud interest w ill be paya
ble ai the office of the County Treas
urer in Philadelphia, Mississippi, the
county seat of Neshoba county. The
Bonds are dated August, Ist, 1922, In
terest payable semi-anuually on the
Ist day of February and Ist day of
August. The bonds are payable in
20 years as provided by law.
Each Bond must be accompanied
by a certified check payable to J D
Pettey Clerk of the Board of Super
visors, for 6 per cent of the bid This
check is tq insure good faith on the
part of the bidder, and will be for
feited by the bidder if he fttils to ac
cept the bonds and deliver the money
to the County Treasurer. The right
is reserved to reject any and all bids.
This done by order of the Board J uly
3, 1922. J D Pettey, Clerk of the
Board of Supervisors of Neshoba Cos.,
Mississippi 83 2
NOTICE OF BOND SALE
Sealed bids will be received until
12 o’clock M. Aug. 7,1922, same being
the Ist Monday of said fnouth, by the
Board of Supervisors of Neshoba
county, Mississippi, for S4OOO 00 of
Bloomo Consolidated School District
Bonds of said county. The bonds
will not be sold at less than par and
will bear interest at the rate of 6 per
cent per annum, payable semi-annu
ally. • Both principal and interest
will be payable at the office of the
County Treasurer in Philadelphia,
Mississippi, the county seat of Nesho
ba county. The bonds are dated
July Ist, 1922, interest payable semi
annually ou the Ist day of January
and Ist day of July. The bonds are
payable in twenty years as provided
by law.
Each bid must be accompanied by
a certified check payable to J D Pet
tey, clerk of the Board of Supervis
ors, for 6 per cent of the bid. This
check is to insure good faith on the
part of the bidder, and will be for
feited by the bidder if he fails to ac
cept the bonds and deliver the money
to the County Treasurer. The right
Is reserved to reject any and all bibs.
This done by order of the Board
July sth, 1922 J D Pettey, Clerk
of the Board of Supervisors of Ne
shoba couuty Mississippi 88 2
To the Qualified Electors of the Ne
shoba Consolidated School Dis
i trict of Neshoba County,
Mississippi*
You will take notice that pursuant
to an order passed by the Board of
Supervisor? of Neshoba County, Mis
sissippi at their regular July, 1928,
meeting there will be an election
held at the Neshoba School House
within the Neshoba Consolidated
School District in said County and
state on the sth day of August, 1922,
for the purpose of submitting to the
qualified electors of said district the
question of whether or not they will
vote to authorize the said Board to
issue bonds of the said district in the
sum of S2OOO 00 for the puspose of
constructing and equipping an addi
tion to the Neshoba School building
and constructing and equipping u
teacher’s home and purchasing land
lor said teacher’s home in an i for
said district. Witness our signatures
‘this the 10th day of J uly, 1928.
8 H BtribUng, T N Crockett, Elec
tion Commissioners 88 8
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Professional Cards,
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W. Ml DANSBY
OPTOMETRIST
Adjustments made and glasses
fated. Philadelphia, Mias
# J. R. Byrd J. ,L. Byrd
BYRD A BYRD
Attorneys at Law.
Philadelphia, Mississippi
Newton, Mississippi.
Office for' the preeent at the
Court* House.
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EYES 1
And glasses fitted. .Office over
Mara Bros. Store. Office hours 9
till 3 P. U. McOloskey,
Optometrist, Phila. Miss. c
Dr. R. F. Hays Dr. M. 8. Phillips
VETERINARIANS '
At
PHILADELPHIA
Telephone Number 204
DR. F. M. SHEPPARD
Physician ancKSurgeon
PHILADELPHIA, * MISSISSIPPI.
Lei: Us Do It
Our Shop is Clean
and Sanitary
Our Work the
Very Best.
KIRKLAND’S
BARBER SHOP
80 ACRES FOR SALE
I have eighty acres lying near
the Providence Consolidated
High School. This property is in
a good neighborhood, near a good
school, and will in time be valua
ble property. I atp going away,
and am very anxious to dispose of
this land. If you are interested
see me at once at the office of the
Neshoba Land Company.
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HOUSE FOR SALE
I have a small house with three
acres of land just across the rail
road that I would sell very reas
onably. There is an excellent
well, the land lies well, and the
house is in good repair. lam go
ing away, and for that reason am
anxious to sell. I can make the
terms easy to a responsible party.
See me at once at the office of
the Neshoba Land Company.
Taxi
Service
TELEPHONE
NO, 74
FRANK BECKHAM
Philadelphia
BIDS WANTED
The Trustees of the Burnside Con-<
solid a ted School District will receive
bids for tbi construction of a school
building In said district up until Fri.
day, Aug. 4th, 1922 at 10 o'clock A M.
Bids must be sealed and a certified
check for 5 per cent of bid submitted
with bid.
The said building to be built accor
ding to plans and specifications of
same now on file in the office of the
Oanty Bupt. of Education of Nesho
ba County. Bids may be filed with,
the County Supt, or mailed to E B
Spann, Burnside, Mies. .
The Board’Veserves the right to re
ject any or aU’olkaid bids. This July
10,1982.—80ard of Trustees of Burn
hide Consolidated School, by E B
Spann, Secy, 88 2
, BtM WANTED *
I The Trustee's of the tin wood C .n-
Holldated School District will receive
bids for the constructjoi* <.f a ol
building In shM district up - until 12
o’clock M. Monduy,
Bids most be nettled mid the success
ful bidder will be required to enter
Into bond In the sum of fSfNXHX).
Sold building hs to lie built accord
ing to plans and specifications on
file in the office of County Supt. of
Education of Neshoba County. Bids
may lie mailed to Joe Rivers, Nesho
ba, Miss.. Route 1. The Trustee re
serve the rlirht to reject any or all
bids. This July IS, 1922 Hoard of
I Trustees oi tin wood Consolidated
.School, loe Rivers, Secy. 832
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Watch and Jewelry
Repairing.
i AM FULLY EQUIPPED
to make the most deli
cate repairs and adjust
ments.
BRING YOUR WORK TO ME
Located in City Drug
. ’Store.
0. e; WEBB
Jeweler ,
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SPECIAL ELECTION
By virtue of the authority vested
In us as Election Commissioners of
the County of Neshoba, State of
Mississippi, by the laws of the said
State, a special election Is hereby or
dered to lie held In Diet. No. one of
said county the said County of Ne
shoba on the 28th day of .1 uiy 19*22
for the purpose of electing a Supervl
sor for Beat No. 1 of said county.
Ordered tills 12th day of July. 1922.
S H Stribling, T N Crockett., Ee ■-
tlon Commissioners 7 27 2
PURITY DRUGS
We know what
you want; the
purest drugs. 41
You want your
prescriptions
properly filled*.
You want only
expert hands to
fill your Doctor’s
orders.
That is why we
maintain our
QUALITY and
SERVICE.
TURNER’S
. Drug & Jewelry Store
Phone 168
To the Qualified Electors of the Ne
shoba School 'District of Neshoba
County, Mississippi.
You will take notice that pursuant
to an order Of the Board of Suporvis
ors passed at their regular Jq|y, 1922,
Meeting there will be an election
held at the Neshoba 8© 00l House
within the Neshoba School District
on the 29th day of July 1922 for the
purpose of delermlßing whether or
not a majority of the qualified elec*
tors of said district will tote to au
thorize said district to, by it’s proper
authorities, sell and convey, in con
sideration of the assum{)tioq by the
Neshoba Consolidated School District
of the unpaid balance of the princi
pal and interest of the S4OOO 00 bond
Issue now outstanding against the
said Neshoba 'School District, the
Neshoba School building to the said
Neshoba Consolidated School Die
trlct.
Witness our dgnature this the 6th
day of July, 1922.- 8. H. Stribling.
T. N. Crockett, Election Commis
sioners 7 27 2
To The Tax Payers Of Neshoba
County; State Of Mississippi
You wijl please take notice that
the assessments of personal property
pn the roll for 1922 have been chang
ed and corrected by this board so as
to comply with the laws of the state
and that said revised roil is not?
opened for examination, and any ob
jections to any assessments contain
ed in said revised roll must be made
In writing and filed with -the Clerk
Of this Board on or before the first
Monday of August 1922, at his office
luthe town of Philadelphia,' said
county, and that any or all asiesa
ments to which uo objection Is tuen
and there made will be made final.
The Board Of Supervisors Of Bald
Go. By J, D. Betty Clerk of said
Boarfl. t 8-8-2
For Month of July Only
Ford Tops Re-covered With
32 Oz Drilling at Only $7.50
for Covering.
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rounding country of indulging their
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Having had training in the South’s
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Have you learned the ad-vantages
of our ad columns?
If you have something to sell or
trade we can move it.
We make a minimum charge of
80 cents for 20 words. Send your
ads in to us; Trade 4 Sell or Buy
through us.
THE NESHOBA DEMOCRAT

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