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The greatest drawback to this
country has been the practice of sending too much money away from home, says the Lexington Advertiser. Monev that should have promoted home industries has helped to enrich other see. tions. The remedy is now provid ed by the parcels post and we have ttie opportunity of our lives if we will but grasp it. Business will undergo a complete change, Heie tofore the merchant with small capital has almost completely ig nored the mail order business and the big mail order houses, ever active and alert, have taken trade from right under his nose. Mail order business, which is already much greater than many imagine, will increase immensely and with in a short lime, as soon as the par cels post system is perfected, shop ping by mail will be universal. Postage rates give the advantage to the home man but if he fails to ac cept it, the big mail order concerns, having a catalog in each home, will continue to get the business and money that is needed at home will go away never to return. --4 Order Pretermitting Court. Notice is hereby given to all parties and witnesses in causes pending in the • Circuit Court of the Second District of Yalobusha County, Mississippi, that the Honorable N. A. Taylor has made an • Order pretermitting said term of Court. The public will therefore take notice that there will be no term of the Circuit Court on the Fourth Monday of Janu ary, 1913. The following is the Order of Judge Taylor: In the Circuit Court. ) Yalobusha County, Miss, 1 2nd Court District. ) It appearing to me from reliable and official information received, that the Court House in said District can not, or will not, be completed in time for the holding of said Court at the next Term thereof, beginning the 4th Monday of January, 1913, and that no other suita ble building can be secured or providi d therefor, for the holding of said Court, said term of Court is hereby pretermit ted, and the Cleric of said Court is here by directed to give due notice of such fact as provided by law. Ordered in vacation this, January 11th,1913 N. A. TAYLOR, Circuit Judge. Witness my signature this, the 13th day of January, 1913. D. til PARKS, Circuit Clerk. 1 A delivery wagon is now the i property of the American Express Company here, and express will be delivered both to the business houses and thft homes. Mr. J. 13. Atkinson spent several days of the week in West Point on business. # ___ LOST—Child’s Plain Gold Bracelet, last Sunday between W. T. Trusty’s residence on Main street and the Post Office. Finder will return to .J, M. Thompson and be rewarded. Mrs. W. F Townsend and little daughter, of I'ta Bena, spent a few days in our city last week the guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Walker, parents of Mrs. Townsend. Tlie North Mississippi Musical Club held its January meeting with Miss Lois Tatum last Satur day afternoon The program for the occasion was delightfully ren dered and proved a very pleasant and instructive one. At the close of the afternoons' pleasure dainty refreshments were reived, -q,-« For Sale. Expecting to leave Water Valley, have for sale household furniture. Call this week at Mrs. Mabel Mar kette’s or at store. Mrs. H. C. Parsons. --+ Good roads are the links that form the chain that binds the hu COME TO Ofye U temper FOR YOUR 3ob Work Ready Wiling Anxious To Look After Your WTants t Public Sale. By virtue of the power vested in me as Substituted Trustee in a trust deed executed on the 29th day of June, 1912, Uy H. C. Winter and his wife, Mrs. Erma E. Winter, to secure certain in debtedness of tbs said H. C. Winter due to the Hank of Water Valley, which trust deed is of record in Book “T,” page 112, of the records of deeds of tbo Second District of Yalobusha County, Mississippi, which trust deed has been assigned to The Peoples Bank, my appointment as Sub stituted Trustee being in writing and appearing of record in Book 14, page 300 of the records of the foregoing Dis trict and County, default having been made in the payment of the money secured by sftid trust deed, and being requested so to do by the beneficiaries therein, I will on the 8th day of Februa ry, 1913, within legal hours, on Main street, in front of the Bank of Water Valley, and in the city of Water Val ley, sell to the highest bidder, for cash, the property described in said trust deed, situated in the city of Water Valley, Yalobusha County, Mississippi, to wit: The west part of lot number 378, west, as shown by Mercer’s map of the city of Water Valley, said County and State, being a part of the property conveyed by Mrs. Jessie R. Hirsch to G. W. Ray burn, on November 29th, 1905, said deed'*' being recorded in Book "R,” page 385 of the land records of the.second uis trict of Yalobusha County, Mississippi. The said land herein conveyed is more particularly described as follows: Be ginning at the southwest corner of said lot. No. 378, west, on the east side of Main street, and run thence east one hundred and thirty four (134) feet to a point; thence north the width of lot No. 378. west to the north line of said lot No. 378, west; thence run west along the north line of said lot No. 378, west to Main street to the northwest corner of said lot No. 378„west, and from thence run southward along the line of Main street and the west line of lot No. 378 west to the point of beginning it being the lot or part thereof on which the brick building in which H. C. Winter does a bakery business, and this con veyance includes the said building and all other improvements, and being the property conveyed by (1. W. Kayburn to H. C. Winter, by deed dated June 29th, 1912. Said property will be sold to pay said indebtedness and the expenses of execu ting this trust. The title to said prop erty is believed to be good, but I sell and convey as Trustee only. Witness my signature, this 11th day of January, 1913. L. A. THORNE. Trustee. To Tyler’s for good pictures.