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The Neshoba Democrat. (Philadelphia, Miss.) 1881-current, December 21, 1922, Image 5

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Fur Trader in B s tist Columbia on his way to renew his 11 ense.
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Ten Scholarships for Combined Course with 20 per
cent oft' and Ten Shorthand Scholarships with 10
per cent off, as long as they last, They are unlimit
ed and guarantee entire satisfaction and good pos
You can not afford to miss this educational bar
gain, if interested.
Lake College has always led in business training
and for the new year we predict greater success
For 1923 anew hookkeeping professor has been
elected who is an expert in Modern Accounting.
Every graduate this year now has a position.
Enroll now at Lake College and yon can rest as
sured of having a good position and being highly
successful. -
Write or see us for particulars
Meridian, Mississippi
Big Photoplays
Pete Morrison in “Crossing Trails”
on the Western Plains. 10 and 80 Cents
“The Masked Avengers”
With Lester Cuneo and Mrs. Wallace Reid
also 2 Reel Comedy. 10 and 80 Cents.
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Xmas Week 5 Nights of Amusement
Monday Dec. 25th Charles Ray. Tuesday, The Isle of
Doubt. Thursday, Owen Moore. Friday, Dick Tal
madge. Saturday Social Feature.
Mules Just In
Car Load Fresh
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Young, Well Broken*
Call at Our Stable
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at Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Mississippi
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From The
By F. R. Birdsali
The case on appeal to the supreme
court from the decision of Circuit
Judge Potter holding that Governor
Russell had a right to remove Thomas
M. Henry, insurance commissioner, for
alleged embezzlement, has been ar
gued before the supreme court and
the decision of that court is expected,
as this is a preference case, at an
early date. It will be recalled that In
checking over the records of the in
surance commissioner for data in the
cases brought by State Revenue Agent
Stokes V. Robertson against the fire
insurance companies for an alleged
trust and combine, in which Chancel
lor Strieker penalized the fire insur
ance companies $8,000,000, which de
cree was affirmed by the supreme
court, the revenue agent discovered
irregularities in the office of State
Insurance Commissioner Henry. Al
ter checking up State Insurance Com
missioner Henry paid into the state
treasury through State Revenue Agent
Robertson some $30,000, and the rev
enue agent is now suing the insurance
commissioner for eome sslo,ooo addi
The Jackson Ki wants Club, of which
Chief Justice Smith is president, was
the honor guest of the Hinds County
Agricultural High School at Raymond,
and the (members of this progressive
and constructive organization were de
lighted with that magnificent institu
tion, which has become famous not
only throughout Mississippi, but all
over the country under the superin
tendency of R. E. L. Sullivan. Mem
bers of that organization pledged their
hearty co-operation in making this no
table institution, which was made a
junior college by an act of the last
legislature, more useful, if possible,
than heretofore.
The mild winter is emphasizing the
advantages of Mississippi as a great
stock raising state. Native grasses,
including Japan clover or lespedeza,
are still in luxuriant pastoral growth,
the frost not having been sufficient to
kill them. This is also true of Ber
muda grass, one of the most succulent
and best hay producers known. This
grass was brought to Mississippi by
Cowles Mead* when secretary of the
territory before Mississippi became a
state. It is reported that the levee
board of the Yazoo Mississippi levee
district has sold thousands of tons of
Bermuda hay, cut and baled from the
levees this year.
Many inquiries are being made at
the office of secretary of state for the
journals of the house and senate of
1922. Under the law successful bid
ders for the laws and journals have
eight months to fulfill their contracts.
The laws were furnished the secre
tary of state some months ago. The
time limit on the journals was up
December 8, the legislature having
adjourned on April 8. It is understood
that the secretary of state will re
ceive the Journals at an early date.
There is talk that the legislature will
repeal sooh long time limit' allowed
for the printing of the law sand jour
nals at the next session.
Tens of thousands of Mississippi
men and women who failed to pay
their pol Itax In 1921 will ’ e startled
when they read that in order to be
come qualified electors and to partici
pate in the primary election for state,
legislative and county offices next
year, they must pay $5.20. That means
$2.00 for the year 1922, $2.00 for the
year 1921 which they failed to pay,
and $1.20 damages for failure to so
pay. The $5.20 must be paid on or
before midnight of the first day of
February, 1923, In order that they may
register, which later must be done
four months before the November
elections of 1923.
Judge George A. McLean, president
of the Mississippi Tax League, has
called a meeting in this city for next
spring, and expects a largo attend
ance. It is understood the league will
pass resolutions memorializing the*
legislature for tax reduction, and that
Us recommendations will become an
issue in the campaign for governor
and members of the legislature.
The .Mississippi Railroad Commis
sion has just bad pubished one of the
handsomest and most accurate maps
ever gotten out It contains valuable
data and information. It is understood
that the map Is for free distribution as
long as It las(s, only a limited number
having been contracted for.
Sheriffs and tax collectors of Missis
sippi Are notifying male school teach
ers and students 18 years old and
over, that they are subject to commu
tation road tax. The law exempting
students from toad tax was repealed
by the legislature tt Its session in
iBS. - y:
the Southern Association of High
Be bools i>a Colleges.
V' ' wen mn iy| I 11.■,!.>■ swssn
( *y W. F. Bond, Riate Supt. of Ed.
1. Thl t.v County Superintendents
of Ed urn lion have applied for and
been sent. friin the Department ques
lions for the mid-term examinations
In the public schools.
2. The Equalizing School Fund
"use w as very ably argued before the
Supreme Court Thursday, the 14th.
We must win! Very ikely a decision
will he handed down on Monday,
January bill.
3 Mississippi now has twenty -
Ight high schools on the All-South
ern list, the followlngsetiools having
•een added Recently: All Saints Col
lege, Amory, Helzoni, Biloxi, Cleve
land. Kosciusko, Lexington, New
Albany, and Sard Is.
4. The State Department of Edu
cation is very anxious to get the
name, nge, disability, and address of
the parents, of every crippled child
under fourteen years of age, in ‘he
■<tate. Hospital treatment has been
provide ' for a number of ■ uch chil
dren. Only normal children with
normal minds can be helped. Teach
rs and the people generally should
cooperate in helping us makea.su>-
vey of every county in the state with
reference to such children In need of
Help Write Bam E. Woods, care of
Department of Education, Jackson,
To Our Good Friend And Club
Member, Mrs. J. S.
Decern lK>r 8. 1922,
Pw<> vears, how rapidly (hey have
Since lirst we met your smiling face,
Amt mow we are told j*bu must be
To dwell in some far dwelling place.
Your stay among us has been sweet
And helpful tu both word and work.
Your presence cheered us when we’d
And never did one task you shirk.
Olirclub has felt your helpful touch,
Your ready wit and winsome ways;
And we confess we’ll miss you much.
Rem mber this, go where you may,
Dear friend, you’ll always find this
true —
Some faithful friend yon leave behind
who always will remember you.
And now since vve must say farewell
to you,
Whom each one loves so dear,
Our fond affection let us tell
By this slight token resting here
It is of very little worth in value—
But in loving wish that comes to
you from every heart
Chat values this small Baking Dish.
Words .-‘uunot tell, much less a elft.
The place our hearts affection share
With you lor all your good works
While you have sojourned here.
Since fate decrees that y u must go,
Though sad it makes u-< thus depart,
We tell you this, to let you know.
Best wisbesgo wtthyou Dear Heart
So, fare you well—such words are
But one sweet day by our God given
We each shall have our hearts made
We’ll meet to part no more— In
heaven. *
Until that glad reunion comes,
We’ll labor on fur God and right.
And then we will be gathered home
to Father,
Where there’ll be no night.
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FOR SALE—AII my honse hold
goods Mrs. J R Ellis. 2p
nftftCurcs Malaria, Chills
hhh and Fever, Dengue
UUUor Bilious Fever.
Red Ash
High Grade Coal
at Right Price. ; .
Shake Dem
’Possums Down
W e are going to close out our entire line
of winter goods the next three weeks.
We offer you your choice of any Ladies
or Misses Cloak in our stock values up to
135.00 at sl2 45, Dresses and suits at
prices to fit your pocket books regardless
of cost. AH Sweaters, Wool Underwear
and heavy clothing must go. We are
going to sell, we loose money, but you will
make money to buy now,
We want your hides, produce, X eggs, furs
and etc. We pay the liighestC AS PRICES
bring us your Turkeys we need them.
“EDMONDS FOOT-FITTERS” the best ....
Mens Sunday Shoe in the world. See them.
V\e wish each and every one the compli
ments of the season. May the New Year
bring you much happiness and Prosperity
is our wish.
M. F.Seward&Son
Philadelphia and Noxapater, Miss.
The Bargain Stores.
A Merry Christmas
We wish the good people of
Neshoba County a most
Merry Christmas
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May the day be one of many
happy firesides and may we
continue to merit your GOOD
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hank of Philadelphia
Turkeys Wanted
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See us before you sell
Pay best market prices
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West Philadelphia
You must have youi tickets with
you to participate in the drawing of
the Ford Oa t that we are giving away
December the 28rd at 8 o’clock If
any of out of town customer a have
not received their number* please
ball and secure same before the rush.
King Auto Cos. WBiSo
. 600
is a Prescript ion for (’olds, Ferer
and LGrippe. It’s tbe most
epe* dy remedy we know, prerllltr
ing Pneumonia, - '"s^

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