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The Married Life of Helen and Warren • \ Γ By MABEL HERBERT URNER ====j Originator .of "Their Married Life." Author of The Journal of · Neglected Wife." "The Woman Alone/* etc. Helen's Vanity Receives a Blow When She Sees Her Gowns on a Younger Woman (Copyright, UL5, by too llcClur* Newspaper Syndicat·.) "Thirty dollars a week?" repeated Helen. "Oh, I'm so glad for you!" "Yee, it does seem princely af- : ter three years of pounding that typewriter. When I gave Mr. Rich ards notice—he of fered to raise me to fifteen." Lau ra's laugh was harsh. "Generous of him, wasn't it?" "You've always been so bitter against him." "Why shouldn't I be?" defiantly. "The work I did was worth more, and he knew It! Now I'm through. Didn't I glory in telling him!" "But these moving picture people— how did you get in touch with them?" "Mr. Carr boarded where I did last winter. He thought then he could get me in—but only as an extra. They pay five dollars a day, but the work's uncertain and I was afraid to risk it. Last week he called up and said there was a chance in the regular company; to come right over and see Mr. Stan ιC > , iuc uucvivi. "And he engaged you at once?" "No, I'd no experience except that one week with the Universal. But they were to take some pictures In Jersey the next day, Sunday, and he said he'd try me out. I was terrified. I felt everything depended on my work that day. But It was cloudy and they didn't do much, so I had only one scene. Monday they put me in stock at thirty a week. Now it's up to me to make good " "Oh, you will," encouraged Helen, warmly. "I know you will." "If only I had some clothes! I need an evening gown desperately. They lent me one for a supper scene, but it was a mile too big." "Why, I'll gladly lend you any of mine." "Oh, I didn't mean that." Then Impetuously. "But if you could—until I have a chance to get some—" "You know I'd love to. Come In here, we'll look over what I have." Her best gowns Helen kept in the large hall closet An£ new she took down several from their hangers and turned them right side out. "You've so many!" enviously. "Oh, how attractive! I love this!" Laura held up a pale blue chiffon, with a knife-plaited underskirt. "That's old. I got that In London on our first trip, three years ago. Look how badly it's worn—the chif fon's all pulled in front." "But that wouldn't show In the pic tures. It doesn't matter if they're soiled or worn, it's only the style and material that show." "Try it on," urged Helen. "No, sir, you can't lie there!" lifting Pussy Purr-Mew from the soft fluffiness of a white charmeuse. Slipping out of her shirtwaist and skirt, Laura, radiantly expectant, raised the blue chiffon over her head. "Your corset cover's too high," as Helen started to hook the gown. "Wait, I can turn it in." "Oh, it's so graceful—and it just fits me: ι ία wim uuoui ιι: "It does look well. I didn't think we were so near the same size." "What're you two doing; in there?" called Warren, who always resented being left alone In the evening. "Laura's trying on some of my gowns. She may have to borrow one for the pictures." Then impulsively, "Go let Warren see you in that" Aglow with excitement, Laura ran into the library. "Great!" laying down his paper. "Say, that's stunning on you! Suit· .you better than it does Helen." Helen knew this was true, but she «ferank from having it put into words. Though they had been schoolmates, Laura, with her cloudy hair and vivid •coloring, was several years younger; and, beside her, Helen felt suddenly colorless and old. » When she tried on the next gown, she whirled about before the mirror, ■•then darted ofT with a Joyous "I want .Mr. Curtis to see this one." ' "Turn around," commanded War ren. "Jove, you can wear Helen's clothes all right. That suits you to a T." Helen had grown very quiet. She was genuinely fond of Laura, but she could not keep back the vague bitter ness that every woman feels toward another who is younger and more striking. As she hooked Laura into the last gown, she glanced over her shoulder Into the glass. Yes, ehe looked older, decidedly older. "I shouldn't think of borrowing this —it's too new and fresh." "Oh, you wouldn't hurt it." Helen tried to be generous. "No—no, one of the others will do Just as we'll." This time when she ran in for War ren's approval, Helen did not go with I her. Instead, she stood waiting by the dresser, slowly sticking the pins in the pincushion Into a long even row. "I've had nothing but shirtwaists for bo long"—Laura now came in to be unhooked—"it's a Joy to know I can wear something else." Thoughtfully Helen hung back the gowns. She ought to give Laura the blue one—give it to her outright. She could not wear it as it was, and it was hardly worth a new overskirt. Had their places been reversed, she knew that Laura, with her reckless liberality, would have given it to her without a thought. But it was always hard for her to part with her clothes. Her desire to hold on to things was a falling that she had constantly to strive against. She had hung up the blue gown, but now she forced herself to take it down again. "Laura, I'm going to give you this. It's selfish to talk of lending it when I've so many. No, please don't," check ing Laura's effusive thanks. "And you'll need some satin slippers," swept on by her own generosity. "I wonder if I haven't a pair you can wear." "It doesn't matter how soiled they are." "Try these." Laura took off her shoe and strug gled with the slender white slipper. If Warren could see her now, was Hel en's thoroughly feminine wish. "No," ruefully, "Ï can't begin to get It on. I knew I couldn't," generously. "But I can buy slippers, the dress is ♦Vl Λ mnln ♦Viln »» " "How'll you carry It? In a box? Or shall I just wrap It up?" "Anyway," heedlessly. "I'm wild about that knife-plaited skirt. Look, how full it is! Oh, that can't be half p&et ten Î " "That's all right. Warren'U take you to the car." "No, he won't. I'm not a bit afraid. Ob, that paper's good enough. Don't worry about the bundle, I don't care what it looks like." When she was ready to go, in spite of her protests, Warren insisted on going to the car. At the elevator she kissed Helen gratefully. "I can't tell you how much this means to me Just now. I've got to make good in the next few weeks, and having the right kind of clothee will help." j " ' Left alone, Helen went straight to the hall closet and again took out the gowns. Throwing them on the bed la her room, she began to try them on. Turning on a stronger light, with pitiless scrutiny she noted every de fect. Her features were as good and her profile more delicate than Laura's, but her coloring was less vivid and her hair less effective. Helen's hair had always been a trial, for it was overflne, clinging and un compromisingly straight. Shaking it down, she did it up more loosely and fluffed it out with a comb. Then, rub bing her cheeks with her knuckles un til they glowed, she stood back from the mirror to get the full-length effect. In her absorption she had not heard Warren come in. And now she started violenty as he appeared at the door of her room. "Mighty fine that Laura's landed that job. If she can hold that down for a few months—she'll be all right." "Tee, I'm so glad. She always loathed stenography," gathering up the dresses from the bed in an effort to hide the one she had on. "Sh«'« trnt an *TnrM>lv« farm rood film face, I should say. Never saw her dolled-up before. Makes a big dif ference. Glad you gave her that dress. Now hurry up, get those things put away—it's after eleven." He had turned away without having' noticed Helen's gown. But her relief was only momentary, for he promptly came back. "Say, we'll have to find out when they run some of those films—" Then as his glance took in the gown, "What in thunder! What're you rigging up for —this time of night?" "Oh, nothing," confusedly. "I just thought I'd try this on," unhooking it with nervous fumbling fingers. But Warren's keen gaze had pene trated her flushed confusion. "Hello, that's it, eh? Thought Laura looked better In those duds than you did? Well you are a little ninny!" "I know Laura's younger, and I know they did look better on—" her voice broke. "For the love of Mike! Can you beat that! See here, if there's one thing you can't sidestep—it's getting old! If that's all you've got to worry about —you're blame lucky." "Oh, I dread to get old!" passionate ly. "I can't bear to feel I'm nqt as—" Three long strides brought Warren across the room. "Look in there!" pushing her un willingly in front of the mirror. Against the dark background of his shoulder, with her flushed cheeks and rumpled hair, Helen looked young— amazingly young—twenty at most "Not quite ready for the old ladies' home, eh? Well, as long as your hair and teeth stay in·—don't worry. Now. let's get to bed " Prevent Hog Cholera The B. A. Thomas HogPoi has a record of 95 per cent cui of Hog Cholera. If you feed yo«r hogs as directed, you need nev/er fear hog cholera nor any otT hog disease. And the directic are very simple, just about wi you are doing, plus a few ce* worth of B. A. Thomas Powder in the feed twice a * Usually, though, cholera gets before we know it. Then it/re· quires close attention to each »og —each hog must be dosed—und if you will dose them as direct fed, you will save better than 90' per cent. If you don't, the B. A. Thomas medicine costs you noth ing. We—not some distant man facturer—pay your money back, t. Clair Drug Co. I SAVES DAUGHTER Advice of Mother do Doubt Pre vents Daughter's Untimely End. Ready, Ky.—" I was not able to do anything for nearly six months," writes Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and was down in bed for three months. I cannot tell you how I suffered with rnv hi»aW and with nervousness and Aomanly "troubles. Our family doctor told my husband he ;ould not do me any good, and he had :>i give it up. We tried another doctor, t) it he did not help me. At last, my mother advised me to take L'.irdui, the woman's tonic. I thought κ was no use for I was nearly dead and nothing seemed to do me any good. But . took eleven bottles, and now I am able ;o do all of my work and my own λ ashing. 1 think Cardui is the best medicine ,!-e world. My weight has increase and 1 look the picture of health. " If you suffer from any of the ailments peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui oday. Delay is dangerous. We know it will help you, for it has helped so many thousands of other weak women in the past 50 years. At all druggists. Writ! u: Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladles' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga, Tenn.. (or St*cM luitruetiern onjrour case and 64-page book, "Home Treatment (or Women," in plain wrapper. N.C. IM Kuykendall's Greaseless Liquid Eczema Remedy Is the Greatest Eczema and Skin Remedy of the World " Cures all kinds of itching skin troubles now; poison oak, itch, ringworm, chick en-poX, any itching skin. Sores reeem· bling cancers. Physicians ίϋϋι tfcis remedy cures. Samples to sufferers. On sale by all druggists in Tupele and every reliable druggist in the coun ty. SEE ALDR1DGE THE SHOEMAKER FOR Quick Service L. C. FEEMSTER Physician and Surgeon Office—Formerly occupied by Dr. Τ T. Rnnner. Dr. Ε. Douglas Hood. DENTIST, Rooms 1, 2, and 3 in Peoples Bank and Trust Go. Building ResPhones—Office. 103. G. M. Crane Notary Public Acknowledgements Taken Promptly - Country Trips Taken When Requested Change oi Schedules Mobile & Ohio R. R. Effective Nay 2nd Trains will leave Tupelo, Miss., as follows: NORTHBOUND No. 2 Express, Daily 5:0? A. M. No. 4 Exprese, Daily 7:14 P. M. No, 6 Express, Daily 1:45 P. M. SOUTHBOUND) No. 1 Exprese, Daily 10:35 P. M No. 3 Express, Daily 9:27 Α. M No. 5. Express, Daily 2:21 P. M. For folders and other informa tion regarding rates, routes, etc.. apply to C. J. Paessler, Ticket Agent, Mobile & Ohio R. R. or write G. E. Allen, District Pass enger Agent, Jackson, Tenn. FEEBLE, A6ÉD WOMAN Says Vinol Made Her Strong Grand Saline, Texas.—"I am an aged woman and for a long time was weak •nd feeble but Vinol restored my health and strength so that I feel almost young again ana am doing all my housework. Old people who are weak and feeble should try Yinol and know its merits as I do. It is the best medicine to create strength and for chronic colds I have aver taken·"—Mrs.Fannie E.Rodgers. Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron tonic,is sold on our guarantee to benefit or your money will be returned. Pound Kincannon-Elkin Co., Druggists, Tupelo, Mississippi Trustee's Sale Notice Pursuant to the provisions of a cer tain Deed of Trust executed by W. H. Armstrong on the 22nd day of April, A. D. 1914, to eecure certain indebted ness therein mentioned to Leake & Goodlett, and which indebtedness has been transferred to The Peoples Bank & Trust Company, which Deed of Trust is duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk's office, of Lee County, Mississippi, in Deed Record Book No. 115, page 65, I will, as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, on the 7TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D., 1916, before the Post Office door in the town of Tupelo, Lee County, Mississippi, within legal hours, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property: Beginning at a point on the west side of Spring street, 72 feet south of Tioy street at the intersection of said street with Spring street, and running thence south along Spring street 24 feet to the center of a brick wall, thence west 100 feet, thence North 24 feet, thence east 100 feet to the point of beginning, and being the same lot conveyed to W. H. Armstrong t>y J. j. Kogers on June 8th. 1909, as shown by Deed Record Book 58, page 90, of the Records of Lee County, Mississippi. Also the upper or second story on the lot described as beginning 24 feet south of the intersection of Troy and Spring streets, and on the west line of Spring street, thence run south 48 feet with the west line of Spring street to the North East corner of the above men tioned lot, thence west 100 feet, thence north 48 feet, thence east 100 feet to the point of beginning, same being known as the old Opera House building. And all of said lots are in Block 4, according to the Weatherford & Hilde brand survey of the City of Tupelo, and in the South East quarter of Section 31, Township 9. Range 6, East, in Lee I County, Mississippi. Such title conveved as is vested in me as Trustee aforesaid. This 13th day of January, 1916. 43 J. W. P. Boggan, Trustee. Trustee's Sale Notice Pursuant to the provisions of a cer tain Deed ol Trust executed by W. H. Armstrong on the 20th day of January. A. D.. 1915, to secure certain indebt edness therein mentioned to Dr. Τ F. Elkin, which Deed of Trust is duly re corded in the Chancery (Jlerk's office, of Lee County, Mississippi, in Deed Record Book No. 119, page 99, I will, as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, on the 7TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D., 1916. at the south door of the Court House, in the City of Tupelo. Lee County, Mississippi, within legal hours, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the following dscribed property : The post office building in the Opera House block, being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the south line of Troy street with the west line of Spring street and run west 100 feet to an alley, thence south along the ea?t line of said alley 24 feet, thence east 100 feet to the west line of Spring street, thence north along the west line of Spring St. 24 feet to the point of beginning. The above property being in the S Ε. J of Sec. 31, T. 9, R 6, E., in the City of Tupelo, Lae County, Mississippi; and also beginning 24 feet and one inch north of the S. W. corner of where the north line of Troy street intersects with the east line of Spring street, the said beginning point being the center of the wall between the Armstrong Building and the building known as the Cumberland Telephone Building, and run thence north 50 feet and one inch to the 8. W. corner of the building at this-time occupied bv Mc Λ -I» β T\_i— ▲ κ _ ϋ ΟΛ ί_-1. __ V/Ulldl U> lyuvj ρ I.UUIIVV u. UV AVW» UfVk V or lees to the W. line of an alley, thence in a southerly direction with the W. line of said alley 50 feet and one inch more or less to the Camber land Telephone Building at a point due E. of the beginning point thence west to the point of beginning, and being lots eleven and twelve, block one of the Weatherford Λ Hilderbrand survey of the 8. E. i of See. 31, T. ». R. 6, E., in the City of Tupelo, Lee County, Mississippi, said last named building being known as ihn "Ballard Building." Such title conveyed a4 is vested in ma as Trustee aforesaid. This 12th day of January, 1916. 43 L. R. Cates, Trustee. TRUSTEES SALE NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of a certain Deed of Τruit executed by W.H.Armstrong on the 2nd day of November, A.D., 1914, to secure certain indebtedness therein mentioned to F. B. Albeit which Deed of Tiust is duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk's office, of Lee county, Mississippi, in Deed Record Book No. 115, page 206, I will, as Trustee, in said Deed of Trust, on the 7th day of February, A.D., 1916, at the Postoffice door in the city of Tupelo, Lee county, Mississippi, within legal hours, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property: The following described lot, in the city of Tupelo, Mississippi, on which is situated a two story brick store house. Said store bouse and lot being described as follows; · Beginning at a point on the West side of Spring Street, 72 feet South of Troy Street at the intersection of said street with Spring Street. And running thence, along Spring Street, 24 feet, to the center of a brick wall. Thence West 100 feet, thence North 24 feet, thence East 100 feet to the point of beginning, and be ing the same lot as conveyed to W. H. Arm strong by J. J. Rogers on June 8. 1899, as shown by Deed Records Book 58, Page 90, in the Chancery Clerk's office, in Lee county, Mis sissippi. and being in the South East % of Sec tion 31. Township 9, Range 6. in ihe city of Tupelo, Lee county, Mississippi. Such title conveyed as is vested in me as Τrustee aforesaid. This 12th day of Januarv. 1916. Ç.G.WALTON. Trustee. Commissioner's Sale Ex Parte Petition vs. Grover C. Towery. No. 3854. By virtue of a decree of the Honora ble Chancery Court of Lee County, State of Mississippi, rendered in vaca tion Deccember 20th, A. D., 1915, ordering a sale of certain lands men tioned therein, John M. Witt, the un dersigned, appointed Commissioner to execute said decree, will, on MONDAY, THE 7TH DAY OF FEB RUARY, 1916, expose at public auction to the highest bidder for cash in front of the Court House door in the City of Tupelo. Miss., within legal hours the following property: The store house and lot owned by J. M. Towery in the town of Plantersville, Miss., and ie the only one owned by J. M. Towery in the town of Plantersville and a block of land on the east side of and adjoining said store house and lot and fronting on the same street and being 400 feet east and west by 100 feet north and south, said store house being the one now occupied bv William Gunter, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning on the section line at the Ν. E. corner of the Rogers & Johnson block, formerly owned Dy Dr. J. T. Ma bry, and run south 60 feet, then east 30 feet, th*n north 60 feit back to the section line, thence west along section line to starting point. Said other lot as follows: Beginning on the section line 30 feet E. of the Ν. E. corner of the Rogers & Johnson block, formerly owned by Dr. J. T. Mabry and run east 400 feet, then south 100 feet, then west 400 feet, thence north 100 feet to the beginning 1 a. a. l-i.- —ul:. a.1 pvill Vf VAWpV VTTW IVVU Π IVUIU va IV »«■·«■ description heretofore conveyed by J. M. Towery, one to Dr. J. R. Gilliiand and the other to Dr. J. M. Foster, as shown by the deed records of Lee County, Miss., the former being re corded in Deed Book 95 page 427 and the latter being recorded in Deed Book 103, page 4, said property above being situated in the N. E. J of Sec 21, T. 10, R. 6, Ε , Lee County. Mississippi. Together with the appurtenances and hereditaments thereunto appertaining. John M. Witt, Commissioner. Dated 12th day of Jan. 1916. 43 W. D. & J. R Anderson, Sols. Trustee's Sale Notiee Pursuant to the provisions of a cer tain Deed of Trust executed by W. H. Armstrong on the 4th day of Nov., 1914, to secure certain indebtedness therein mentioned to L. R. Cates, which Deed of Trust is duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk's office, of Lee County, Miss., in Deed Record Book No 115, page 206, I will, as trustee in said deed of trust, on the 7TH DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1916, at the Post Office door in the City of Tupelo, Mies , within legal hours, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the high est bidder for cash, the following de scribed property: The building known as the Armstrong Building and lot or lots on which same is situated as described as follows: Be ginning 24 feet and 5 inches north of the S. W. corner of where the north line of Troy street intersects with the east line of Spring street, said begin ning point being the center of the wall between the Armstrong Building and the building known as the Cumberland Telephone Building, and running thence north 50 feet and one inch to the S. W. corner of the building, at this time oc cupied by McCullar & Doty, thence east 80 feet more or less to the west line of an alley, thence in a southerly direction with the west line of said al ley 50 feet and one inch more or less to the Cumberland Telephone Building at a point due east of the point of beg n ning, thence west to the 'point of be ginning and being the lots 11 and 12 Block 1 of the Weatherford & Hilder brand survey of the S. Ε J Sec. 31, Γ. 9, R. 6, East, in the City of Tupelo, Lee County, Miss. Such title conveyed as is vested in me as trustee aforesaid. This 13th of January, 1916. 43 Ο. K. Gary, Trustee. Notice of Bridge Contracte Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Lee County will on Monday, the 7th day of February, 1916, award the contract for building the following bridges to the lowest respon sible bidder at public outcry in front of the Court House door in the City of Tupelo, Misa., the Board reserving the right to reject any and all bids and re· advertise, to-wit: For reflooring two bridgea in Town Creek bottom on Tupelo and Fulton mart For new bridge across slough west of Thompson's place on Blackland road. For new bridge across Harris Branch on Richmond and PlantersviUe road, near Tom Harris. Ordered in open coart this January 6th, 1916. A. 8. I'arham, President. Johm-Mv-Witt, Clerk. 43 Non-Reeident Notice State of Mississippi. To Reuben Dunahoo, Defendant. You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Lee, in said state, on the 3rd Monday of April, A. D. 1916, to defend the suit in said Court of Effie Dunahoo for di vorce, wherein you .are a defendant This 7th day of January, A. D , 1916. 43 John M. Witt, Clerk. Bogean & Leake, Solicitors. Notice to AH Automobile Owners The law requires that you pav a priv ilege tax of 36 cents per horse power foi all autos owned by you. This tax is due January let and I hope that you will call and pay same. Thi* the Taw compels me to do and I must collect same. 43 Ο. Τ Trapp. Sheriff. Notice Privilege Tax Notice is hereby given that all owners of Automobiles who run their car- for hire are liable for a special privilege tax on same. This tax is now due and should be paid at once. Ο. T. Trapp, Sheriff 43-3t and Tax Collector. Non-Resident Notice State of Mississippi. To William Triplett, if alive, and if dead then for all hie unknown heirs; l<eah Benbrook, if alive, and if dead for all unknown heirs; Hugh Benbrook, if alive, and if dead for all unknown heirs; K. W. Ymncy, 8tella Yancy, Ida Yancy and J. S. Yancy, if alive, and if dead for all their unknown heirs; all usknown heirs of Mrs Mariah Yancy and for all other unknown heirs of John Triplett, dec'd, and for all unknown firms, corporations, partnerships and individuals, if any, claiming to own any interest in the land described in this bill, defendants. You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Lee, in said State, on the 3rd Monday of April, A D., 1916, to defend the suit in said Court of Nancy Wither· spoon, et al, wherein you are defend ants. This 7th day of January. A. D., 1916. 43 John M. Witt, Clerk. C. P. Long, Solicitor for Compt. Internal Revenue License Birmingham, Ala., Jan. 1, 1916. Hon. Ο T. Trapp, Sheriff of Lee County, Tupelo, Miss. Dear Sir:—The following U. S. In ternal Revenue License have been is sued to your (Lee) County in the six months ending January 1st, 1916: McDuffie-May Drug Co., R. L. D., Nettleton, from July 1st, 1915, to July 1st, 1916 Pound Kincannon-Elkin Co., R. L. D., Tupelo, from July 1st, 1915, to July 1st, 1916. St. Slair Drug Co., R L. D., Tupelo, from July 1st, 1915, to July let, 1916. Sumner, W, H,, R. L. D , Nettleton, from July 1st, 1915, to July 1st, 1916. I hereby certify that I have carefully examined the record of the Collector of Internal Revenue and the above U complete and correct. Yours very truly. Sam P. Jones. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 1st day of January, 1916. J. B. Mosely, Notary Public. The above list is published in com pliance with Acts of 1908. This January 7th, 1916. 43 3t Ο. T. Trapp, Sheriff. Trustee's Sale Notice Pursuant to the provisions of a cer tain Deed of Trust executed by T. J. Murphy on the 9th day of April, A. D., 1913, to secure certain indebtedness therein mentioned to F. P. McElwrath, and transferred to the jirst National Bank of Tupelo, Mississippi, which Deed of Trust is duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk's office, of Lee County, Mississippi, in Deed Record Book No. 112, page 303, I will, as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, on the 12TH DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. D., 1916, before the Post Office door in the town of Shannon, Mississippi, within legal hours, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the fol lowing described property: The North East Quarter of the North West Quarter of Section 14, Township 11, Range 5, East. The West halt of the North half of the North West Quarter of the North East Quarter of Section 14, Township 11, Range 5, East. Five acres off of the east end of the North West Quarter of the NorthWest Quarter of Section 14, Towpship 11, Range 5, East. Such title conveyed as is vested in me as Trustee, atoresaid. This 20th day of January, 1916 44 J. N. Redus, Trustee. Trustee's Sale Notice Pursuant to the provisions of a cer tain Deed of Trust executed by Asa W Allen and wife Kate M. Allen and the Asa W. Allen Co. on the 27th of Feb., 1911, to secure a certain indebtedness therein mentioned to the Bank of Holly Springs, which Deed of Trust is duly rfcorded in the Chancery Clerk's office of Lee County, Miss., in Deed Book 81. pases 538 to 541, which said debt to the Bank of Holly Springs has been trans ferred by said Bank to L. R. Cates by a certain instrument recorded in Deed Book 120, page 84, of the Chancery Clerk's office of Lee County, Mise., I will as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, on the 7TH OF FEBRUARY, 1916, ai me sou id uoor 01 me nouw. in Tupelo, Miss., within legal hours, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash the following described property: Beginning at a point on the north boundary line of south-west quarter of Section Thirty one (31) .Township Nine (9), Range Six, Eaat, forty-one rods west of the north-east corner of said quarter, on west side of ditch crossing Main Street, in the City of Tupelo, thence west twenty-nine rods and two links to the corner of the Brown land, thence south 80 rods, thence east sev enty rods and two links, to the quarter section line, thence north along the quarter section line twenty-one rod* and eighteen links to the right of way of the Erieco or K. C. Μ & Β Railroad and within fifty feet of the center of said track, thence in a north-west di rection with south boundary of said right of way fortv-three rods and nine teen links, thence north across said track of said railroad eighteen degrees west thirty-five rods along the west side of said ditch to the point of begin ning, said to contain 21 acres; also one acre in north-east corner of south half of S. W. J of Sec 31, Township Nine. Range Six. East, described as follows: Beginning at the north-east corner of the S. i uf S. W. è of Sec. 31, Τ 9, R. 6, East, running thence west thirty-one rods to a fence, thence south forty-two and a half degrees east to a gum tree, thence south, sixty-two and one-half degrees east to another gum tree, thence due east seventeen and one-half rods to quarter sectiin line, thence north to the beginning, being the resi dence and pasture of Asa W. Allen and lots and pasture in the town of Turelo, Lee County, Miss , except the right of way of the Frisco Railroad, ana also except a lot sold J. B. Oood, recorded in Deed Book 82, page 189. and except also a small strip sold bv Asa W. Allen to S Β Hinds, whose deed is recorded in Deed Book 103, page 247. of the rec ords of Lee County, Mississippi. Such title conveyed as is vested in me as Trustee aforesaid. This the 12th of Jan 1916 43 Lester G. Fant, Trustee.