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i Bankrupt s Petition For -
Discharge In" the District Court of the United States for the Eastern Division of the Northern District of Mississippi lu The Matter Of 1. KATZ. t in Bankruptcy No. ‘itfl. Bankrupt V To The Honorable H. C. Niles. Judge of the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Mississippi: Issac Kat/ of Starkville in the Coun ty of Oktibbeha and State of Mississippi in said Division and District, respect fully represents that on the -.‘nd day of February lasi passed he was duly ad judged a bankrupt under the acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy, that he has duly surrendered all his proper ty and rights of property, and has fully complied with all the requirements of said Acts and ol the orders of the Court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore he pravs that lie may he de creed by the Court to have lull discharge from all debts provable against hi* es tate under said Bankrupt Acts, except such debts as are excepted by law-Jrom such discharge. Dated this :24th day of March A. D 1917. ISAAC KATZ, Bankrupt. ORDER OF NOTICE TiIEREoN Northern District of Mississippi. On this the Ist dav of May 1917. on reading the foregoing petition, it Is nr' dered by the Court, that a hearing be had upon same on the sth day of June A. D. 1917 before said Court at Aber deen in said Division and District, at 1? o’clock, noon, and that Notice there of be published in The Starkville News a newspaper published in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at the said time and place ami show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. And it is further ordered by the Court that ilie (Jerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of *aid petition ami this order addressed to them at their places of residence a* stated. (.SEA IA Witness the Honorable fleurv C. Niles. Judge of said i ourt. and the Seal thereon si Aberdeen in said Division and District, on the ]>r dav of Mav A. D . 1917. L. E. Oi.pmam, Clerk. By R. D. < i.kxshaw, Depute Clerk. A True Copy. L. E. Or.rtHAM, Clerk By R. D. Crenshaw", Deputy Clerk. Quit a number of young people of Starkville motored to Tupelo Monday to witness the same between the Agrees and “Old Miss.’* SPECIAL SALE NHITE and WISH Mill for ONE WEE* beginning Monday-May-7th "** mmm * "******** mmmmmmm ßaaßaaaaa^M wmmmmmmmmmmm^mpmmmmmmimmm^mmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmwmammmmmmmmmm^ mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mim ""******* We are ottering for that week our large stock of seasonable Merchandise, such as .Percals, Ginhams, Lawns, Domestics, Lineens, India Linen, Crepe, etc., all staple and Desirable Goods at greatly reduced prices. Come in and buy your wants, i / ' / t ' N •• You can Save Lots by doing so, and noW is the time to save. DIXIE BARGAIN HOUSE. ”£• Bankrupt's Petition For Discharge In the Distinct Court of the United States for the Eastern Divison of the Northern District of Mississippi In The Matter Of Aaron O. Friday, [ In Bankruptcy. _ Hank nipt. S No. .‘273. To the Honorable H. C. Niles, Judge of the District Court of the United States for the Northern-District of Mississippi: AtfVon O. Friday of Maben in -the County f Oktibbeha and State of Miss issippi, m said Division and District, r spectfnlly represents that on the 10th day of March last passed he was duly adjudged a bankrupt under the Acts of Congress relating to bankruptcy, that he has duly surrendered all his proper ty and rights of property, and has fully complied with all the requirements of said Acts and of the orders of the Court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore he prays that lie may be decreed by the Court tp have full dis charge from all debts provable against his estate under said Bankrupt Acts, ex cept such debts as are excepted by law from such discharge. Dated this 31st da\ of April A. D. 1917. AARON O. FRIDAY, Bankrupt. ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON Northern District of Mississippi: On this 3rd day of May 1917, on read ing the foregoing petition, it is ordered by the Court, that a hearing be had up on same on the 7th day of June A. D 1917 before said Court at Aberdeen in said Division and District, at 13 o’clock noon, and that notice thereof he puli lished in the. Starkville News a news paper published in said district, and that all known creditors and other per sons in interest mav appear at the said time and place and show cause, if auv tuny have, why the prayer of said peti tioner should not He granted. % And it is fun herorderad by the Court that the Clerk shall send by mail to all Übown creditors copies of said petition and this order addressed to ihern at their places of residence a* staged (SEAL) Witness the Honorable Henry C. Niles, Judge of said Court, and the Seal thereon at Aberdeen In said Division and District, on the 3rd day of Mav A. D. 1917, L. E. Oi.oham, Clerk.- By R. D. Crenshaw, Deputy Clprk. A True Copy, L. E. Oi.oham, Clerk. By R. 1) Ceknshaw, Deputy (Jerk. The old lire engine house has been remodeled and In a few davs city clerk (runn will be domiciled in the new office fitted up for his especial pur pose . Notice to Contractors. Norton Is hereby given that the un dersigned Highway Commissioner* will, on Tne*dav, the 2mh dav of May, 1917, until 1:30o’clock p. in., receive .sealed bids lor the eonstriifcion of the follow ing roads, to-wlt: The Crawford road, commencing at the Northern boundary line of Sn J y pervisors* District and running thence in a Southernly direction, as shown by maps and profiles, a distance of approximately eight miles. 'Hie Artesia road, commencing at point on the above mentioned Craw ford road, which i* approximately one half mile South of the Northern bound ary of said district and running thence in an Easlernly direction, through the village Sessnms, as shown by maps, and profiles to the con nix line, a dis tance approximately seven miles. The olans, specifications, maps, cross sections, protile, details and descrip tion ot work to he done, are now on file in the ofllce of the Chancery Clerk ot Oktibbeha conn tv, Miss. Said contract will be let on a unit basis, and wIU be let to lowest bidder, the being reserved to reject any and ail bids. * Certified check drawn on National Bank, or some Bank in ✓the state of Mississippi, for Twenty-five Hundred (25<hi oo) Dollars must accompany each bid. Dated at Slarkyilie, Miss, tips, t!*‘ [3rd dav of May, A. D. DMT. R. ... CARPENTER. . H. A. FOX, * ’ W. L (BIGLER, Highway Commission ers of Supervisors District :>, Oktibbeha county. Miss. Notice to Material Men. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned Highway Commissioners will, on Tuesday the 39th day of May, 1017, until 4:30 o’clock p. in., receive sealed bids for the following materials, to-wit: Galvuni/.ed pipe, various size*. Virrftied pipe, various sizes Cast iron pipe, various sixes. Surfacing material, tor approximately fifteen miles of road. Plans, specifications and details of said material are now on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk ot Oktibbe ha county. Mississippi.- Contract for said material will be let to the lowest bidder, the right being reserved to reject any and ail bid-. Oaten at Starkville, Mis*., this, 3rd day of May, A. D 101 T. R. L. CARPENTER. H. A. FOX. VV. L. CRIGLER, Highway Commissioners of Supervis ors District 5, Oktibbeha county. Miss. Mr. John Turner of Hickory Grove comm unity was in the city Monday. In honor of the presence of Mrs. Emma U’Bocock of Hart, tord, Mich., Most Worthy Grand Matron of the O. E S of the world and ,Mrs, Lorame Pipkin <>f Chicago, 111 , T. M. W. Most Worthy G. M. and Right Worthy Secretary of O. E. S., arrived here last week from Natchez and were entertained by the local order, and on last Friday a ban quet was given in thoir honor by the Columbus Chapter. They left Wednesday for Hammond, La., to attend ihe grand chapter meeting in that state, W. W. Miller of the Trim Cane vicinity spent several hours m town Tuesday. 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My skin was very dark Whitener, but if you will send e and the first box has made it many 25c free, will be pleased to | shades lighter, and mv friends all I enclose six 2c stamps to cc ask me what 1 have been using. cost of mailing, packing, %tc. Enclosed you will find §3.00. Please send mo six boxes(f Skin Whitener Nam* .j and two cakes of soap. <1 ’ Address. I Yours truly, | AXXI® M. WHTTK. Agents Wanted. Mi. A. W. Welch returned ) Saturday night from LoumvlJ Winston county, where he been to the interment of hfs ■ tor. Mrs. H. W. Quinn. ! Weicii spent a U W hours Louisville # and was surprise note the changes in the t since the disastrous tire 1 years ago. He says fine b buildings with modern chu siruciures have replaced < other buildings, and also that Winston county Is get in the good road column. , Mr. W. F: Hall of Longv [ one of the best known citizen that borough, traded here n?sday.