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Money In Cream
iHHlWlWlHHlllltlWiUHMHllllltiilHHMliWlii!l There have been substan= tiai advances in the cream market in the last Two Months. Better start a small dairy herd and make more mon= ey. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Neshoba County Creamery FLOYD MARTIN. Mgr. PHILADELPHIA Santa At Burnside ~ " ' *' -r— 11 ■ 1 ———■■■■ ' ■■ ■ ■— Gifts for Grownups in a wonderful assortment. Toys and Fireworks for the children in a happy variety. Save Money in your Xmas buying. Come to Burnside. Pearl River Mercantile Cos. Burnside, Miss. Xmas Goods 1 ’ ' ' ' ■ * * ' % ' In addition to our at tractive stock of practi cal and Useful Gifts WE SHALL HAVE Toys for Children and Choice Gifts for Men and Women. Watch our windows and counters. And don’t for get our excellent grocer ies. We shall have Xmas candies, fruit and nuts. PENNINGTONBBLOUNT ' GAN DELINQUENTS VOTE NEXT YEAR? In answer to an Inqnby hh to whether those women who were de linquent this year can vote next year Sheriff Posey has been advised by Attorney General Roheitsou that such delinquents may vote by paying the delinquent taxes before Fepruary Ist of 1923. This will put su -h delin quents in good standing for the gen eral elections of 1923, and. of course, applies to men as well as women KENTAWKY LAND PRODUCTIVE Tlnch Edwards has about 18 acres ofKentawky Land in cultivation He made 700 bushels of com this year on the 18 acres, and has not thrash ed the peas. On less than three fourths of an acre of the land he made 485 gallons of cane syrup. The cane stood about 0 feet high. Four Things To Remember. De cember the 23rd is the" day. Three o’clock in the aftesnoou is ihe time. You must have your tickets on the ground. You can pay your account now and receive more chances, on the Ford Touring Cir that is being given away by toe King Automobile Cos., Philadelphia 12 21 2 c Notice of Special Commissioner’s Sale By virtue of the authority vested In me as Special Commissioner of the Chancery court of Neshoba Coun ty, Mississippi, by a decree of said court, made and entered on the (sth day of Dec. 1922, in that, oertalncause pending in said court, styled Ex parte Mrs. Mary Byrd, t al, ordering an directing me to sell the following described lands for a division of the proceeds thereof among the owners thereof to-wit: Lots, block 48. Harrod survey of the town of Philadelphia, and Lot 4, block Dof the South East Division of the town of Philadelphia, all in Neshoba County, Mississippi. I, J. P. Cooper Special< oir.mission er, will on Saturday, the 23rd day of Dec. 1922 within legal hours in front of the North door et the Court house in the town of Philadelphia Neshoba County, Miss., offer for sale and sell said above described lands to the highest and best bidder for cash. Said sarle will be reported to the Chance'.lor of said court at his office in Kosciusko, Mississippi on Satur day the 30th day of Dec, 1922 for con firmation and approval. Witness my signature, this Dec. 9th 1922. 12 21 2 J P Cooper, Special Com. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by tbe Board of Supervisors up until noon January 2nd 1923 in the office of the Chancery Clerk for keeping and maintaining the paupers of the county for the year 1923. Witness my hand and offl ci *1 seal this December Ilth, 1922 J D Pettey, Clerk 12 28 2 We will have all December ac counts ready for payment on Decern her the 23rd so as to enable our cus tomers to get additional numbers on the Ford that we are giving away on that date. If you have not paid do now. King Auto Cos. 12 21 2 c PURITY DRUGS We know what you want; the purest drugs. 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 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Beard of Supervisors of Neshoba County will receive sealed bids in the office of the Chancery Clerk up until noon Tuesday January 2nd 1928 for printing and publishing for the county Tor the year 1928. All bids for printing will be submitted on standard bidders forms and will in* oiude all blank forms, records, sta tionery, warrants etc. used by tha va rious officers of the county. Witness my band and official seal this De cember 11, 1022. J D Pettey, Clerk We Sell Rooster 6 Ounci Tumbler Snuff For 35 Cents. W pay 40 cents in trade for the empty tumblers, if the cus tomer is not entirely satisifed. This shows how sure wa are that Rooster will satisfy all our customers. Tumblers Are Useful The next time you buy snuff—Just say, “Give Me A Tumbler of Rooster” W W. Mcßeath Neshoba Mias. Se?sum & Fulton Burnside Miss C M McCraw Neshoba Miss. Gross ~~ Burnside Mls O. L. Mason McDonald Miss. Burnside Bros Burnside Miss C. L. Mason McDonald Miss , u „ .. . . 1 4 Bywrß Deemer Miss H. H. Winstead Union Miss. H. F. 1). vv u i rTTT: —” —— —— v ' B Gnthiie Phil idelphia Mist K F D Cbatt Pierce Union Miss. R. F, D. r n um un _____ T J Gamblin Plattsbure Miss J. Z. Strlbling Union Miss. R. P. D. T~ r , —— A *- Byars Plattaburg Miss R P I) (J. E. Chisolom Duffee Miss. R. F, D. w , r r— —.— VV 1 Walker Plattaburg Miss R p n W. W. Thompson Bio Mies. R. F. D. rT~i I— ——— WTSrWry i^l.d. lp hu Miw. It. F. 1,. —w., Hm MU. James Uomons D.'xon m, BB rf h T. M. Lowry Philadelphia Miss. R. F. D. D u — — - ■— - ” t- UOgfiFS StftPn Viida J. C. White Philadelphia Miss. R F. D.— ~~ W L Ra y Philadelphia Miss W. M, Moore Gross Roads Miss. ~ —— W. D. Fulton Philadelphia Miss. —■ hapma ° Philadelphia Mias. J. K. Majure Pennington & Blount Philadelphia Miss. 1 brash Philadelphia Miss - J. A. Lewis Neshoba Miss. V C Digram Fair. Grounds Miss Floyd Henson Philadelphia Miss, T .1 Kirkland Grounds Miss A. J. Tinsley Philadelphia Miss. Roddie Thompson Philadelphia Miss RF D The Estes Oro. Cos. • Philadelphia Miss. W J Vance Dixon Miss A. J. Patterson Philadelphia Miss. W I Luke & Son g affl Neville Miss M. O. Wright Philadelphia Miss. T J W Vance . Sam Neville Miss M. F, Seward & Son Philadelphia Miss. L J Jackson Duffee Miss R P D T. L. Grubbs & Son Philadelphia Miss. J R Barreefct Edinburg Miss R F D W.C. Houston Philadelphia Miss. A T Patrldge Miss William Bros Philadelphia Miss. R. F D Mo Taylor Piattsbu RF D A P Malone Philadelphia Miss. R F D DU Gamblin Plattsburg Miss R F D Oscar Johnson Philadelphia Miss. RF D Mars Bros Philadelphia Miss — .I • mi J M McCoWn Philadelphia Miss R P D A L Watkins Dixon Miss T M McNeil Philadelphia Mias R F D W H Does Philadelphia Miss J L Smith Hope Miss New Deemer Mfg Cto Deemer Miss C 1 Fraak Franks Miss N A Johnson Philadelphia Miss- J H Hill Philadelphia Miss RPD - HE Wells Cos Philadelphia Miss IN TUMBLERS TUMBLERS ABE VALUABLE BOTTLES ARE WASTED MOREY. . ABSOLUTELY PURE Quality guaranteed Jjy tde manufacturer .jWeyman-Bruton Company,- United States Tobacco Company.