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Wanted to Buy
0LD RUBBER boots and
SHOES.
auto casings and tubes
SCRAP BRASS AND COPPER.
OLD SCRAP METALS.
| BURLAP BAGS (All Kinds)
OLD ROPE.
SCRAP IRON.
! WOOL.
GINSENG and GOLDEN SEAL
BEESWAX.
FEATHERS. , :
TALLOW.
RAGS.
POULTRY.
ALL KINDS OF HIDES AND
FURS.
For which we pay highest
Cash Market Prices.
Wrn. FRIEDMAN & CO.
Phone 262
CONSCRIPTION BULLETIN.
(Continued from page 4.) *
2203—Willie Raneford Harding,
Askew.
1491—James Cabe Jones. Marianna
985_John Moore, Marianna.
352—James Hall, Marianna.
416—Preston Johnson, Marianna.
920—Lewis Bryant, Clifton.
1025
456—Hays McClure. Marianna.
806—Richard Johnson. Peters.
195B—Isiah Elbert, Jr., Phillips
Bayou.
2094—Elijah Miller, Wheatley
2383—David Cross, Haynes.
1176—Louie Freeman, Moro.
617—Dean Terra! Marianna.
526—Henry Pascal, Marianna.
509— Robt. Murray, Marianna.
2275—Ben Stokes, Lexa.
613—James Taylor. Marianna.
316—Johnny Fisher. Marianna.
2188—Alick Washington. Askew.
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274—Will T. Cooper, Marianna.
1837—Daniel Gullins, Palestine.
948—Ocie Hamilton, Marianna.
1283—Carey Glover, Thomasville.
968—Fred Jalvers, Marianna.
2613—Nat Reeves. Marianna.
1719—Albert Smith, Briekeys.
1353—Stanley Race, Thomasville.
1821—Wm. Blount, Palestine.
2033—Isaac Thomas, Rondo.
546—Richard Pryor. Marianna.
1154—Slaughter J. Bunch, Marian
na.
1050
j 2580—T. Harrison, La Grange.
766—Walter Dennis. Council.
734—James LeRoy Williams, Coun
cil.
2435—Noble Mahn, Dansby.
2086—Amzine Lyons. Goodwin.
2215—Fred Edwin Zieger, Rondo.
1072—Spencer Hines. Jr., Soudan.
511—Ed Nelson Marianna.
205—Shelby Banks, Marianna.
1908—Will Smith, Marianna.
’531—John Henry Williams, Mar
veil.
1576—Monroe Woodard. Aubrey.
913—William Brunt, Marianna.
342—Moses Givin Marianna.
860—Eli Sidney, Hughes.
934—Amos Edwards, Thomasville.
2293—Sianain Walker, Rondo.
2296—.Jessie Westbrooke. Rondo.
460—Daniel McGinnis. Marianna.
427—Walter Jones, Marianna.
2430—Ernest King. Haynes.
666—Alf Williams, Marianna.
2171—Pat Harvey, Askew.
-41—Robert E. Brown. Marianna.
402—A. D. Jackson. Marianna.
1075
1527—Frank Newsom, Aubrey.
2358—Henry Edward Williams.
Haynes.
2553—Joby Bryant, La Grange.
572—.J.imous Rodgers, Marianna.
100— Robert Harris Lindsey, Mari
anna.
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| 1076-—James Hines. Soudan.
2402 Edgar Franklin, Forrest City
Ii38--Simon Williams, Soudan.
2i94—Fred Brown, Rondo.
157—.Howard Thomas Royce, Mari
anna.
2307—James Edward Barnhart,
Haynes.
236—Henry Brown. Marianna.
1745—William Timberlake, Brickeys
1309—Gideon Haet, Moro.
1169—Frank J. Davis, Moro.
214—.Ford Beazley, Marianna.
201(1—Milford Carroll, Aubrey.
629—Walter Tillace, Marianna.
647—Jesse Walker, Marianna.
864—Venderbilt Toney. Council.
1489—Joe Jackson, Aubrey.
29—Theodore F. Claywell, Marian
na.
1830—Will Alexander, Marianna.
918—Dan Bracy. Thomasville.
2469—Nathanial Turner, Haynes.
1100
1530—Henry Pettus, Aubrey.
533—Elias Pettis, Marianna.
1159—John A. Cox, Moro.
1529—James Norment. Thomasville
2626—Nathaniel Thomas. La
Grange.
1370—John Schruggs, Moro.
1397—Will J. Washington, Moro.
114—John Mann, Marianna.
151—Edward Moss Spain, Marianna
1336—Allen Mors, Moro.
1984—Geo. Owens. Marianna.
1487—Jesse Lee Ivey, Moro.
1359—Ernick Richardson, Moro.
61—Crawford Gillenwater, Marian
na.
2243—Clinton Grahm, Rondo.
1834—Geo. Flowers, Palestine.
603—Morris Smith. Marianna.
. 2298—Sam Walker, Rondo.
618—Ezreel Terrel. Marianna,
l 2130—Isaac Evander Rice, Marian- |
na.
1684—Milton Lightfoot, Dansby.
1829—Cindy Williams. Palestine.
1463—Wyatt Davis. Aubrey.
986—Johnnie Moore, Marianna.
1505—Henrv Jones, Aubrey.
1125
2447—Isaac Owens, Haynes.
777—S. M. Edwards. Council.
209—Roscoe Bean, Marianna.
) 11T0—Carl North, Soudan.
I 332—Martin Fuller, Marianna.
1480—Matt Holt, Aubrey.
" .. — — ■" ..'I I
The PRICE or the VALUE—
In buying Dry Goods,
Clothing, Shoes, etc.,
there are two main
points to consider—
PRICE AND VALUE
Value is not always represented by price. On the contrary,
Price is frequently out of all proportion to Value, being in
fluenced by style or prevailing fads.
This store endeavors at all times to give SOLID VALUES,
even in lines where Fashion governs.
If you would be sure of not only Right
Price, but Right Value, come to us.
Mixo -McClintock Co.
FARM SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
2608—Cornelius Perkins, La
Grange.
1935—Luther Weaver, Palestine.
1671—Pearly Sylvester Jackson,
Brickeys.
32—Exter Edmund Clifford. Mari
anna.
2223—James Barnes, Lexa.
954—Elbert CRarlston Howard.
Marianna.
1533—Willie Peters, Aubrey.
1071—Alexander Harris, Soudan.
1348—Camory Talmar, Moro.
2104—Gabe Williams. Goodwin.
1564—Dave Steel, ThomasviTTe.
58—Willie Cox. Council.
278—Charley Dixon, Moro.
2393—Archie Davis, Dansby.
2614—Hallie Rosse. La Grange.
63—Chas. Ford Govan. Marianna.
2174—Frazier Lewis, Askew.
994—.James Norman, Marianna.
2250—I^ouis Holt, Rondo.
1150
362—Will Harris, Marianna.
2020—Will Howard. Aubrey.
1842—Lueien Gill, Marianna.
2074—John Brown, Goodwin.
1170—Irvie Elmer Ilavis, Moro.
2542—Bennie Jones, Marianna.
816—.Jesse I^ewis, Council.
371—Henry Henderson. Marianna.
2575—Wathrom Flemson, I.a
Grange.
1559—Willie Stanley, Aubrey.
529—Marshall Patten. Marianna.
64—Willie Gass, Marianna.
2533—James Williams, Marvell. ■
224—Daniel Bowen, Marianna. R. 1
1835—Collie Folts, Marianna.
818—Willie Lane, Council.
1534—Richard Phillips, Aubrey.
762—Solomon Clay, Council.
931—Jody DeBerry. Marianna.
1998—W'illie Edward Weeks. Au
brey.
2260—John Mickls, Marianna.
1013—John Sawyer. Marianna. ! j
1042—Vernon H. Woolard, Marian
na.
2219—Lawrence Allen, Marianna.
2308—John L. Bauman, Haynes.
1175
449—Shaderick Lipscomb. Marian
na.
34—Walter Clifton. Marianna.
1241—Julius Broadway, Moro.
41—Wm. Rosco DeLano, Marianna.
2140—Barney Haydon, Askew.
(Continued on pa^e 8.)
For each salad,saute
3 roundsofbread inhot
butter until crisp. Mix
2 with fillingof minced
chicken, spread top
, with chopped celery
-«c . . „ „ and walnut meats, and
V^rlds Best Bev«r"’ )ay ^ ^ roun;, of
Jf bread Add slices rad*
M r xj ■ . .. ish and mayonnaise.
r N.-htom.c.tfg s.rv«withCERVA
A Store That Seeks to Serve the People
Our aspiration is not merely to operate a mercantile establishment where goods are sold
for legitimate profit. That much, of course, is essential. But above and beyond the per
fectly human desire to make money, our purpose is to be of actual constructive service to the
people within our trade radius. We believe every institution ought to be a factor in com
munity and county growth and development. We believe in the true spirit of co-operation
and helpfulness. We believe in and endeavor to practice in our dealings with the people the
principle that there is a mutuality or interest between the business institution and the public
and that all transactsons should reflect the spirit of the golden rule. For these reasons we
have devoted our advertising space for several months to preaching safe, sane and profitable
farming, elimination of waste and the encouragement of thrift and economy upon the part
of the people. If you think an institution that operates along these lines is deserving of your
business, we shall most certainly be glad to have your patronage; and remember, we have a
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deeper interest in you and your welfare than in the dollars you may spend with us.
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I Complete Line of Furniture.
B See onr window display.
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