Grip Left Me With a Cough
! still suffering from the after effects, now is the |
! time to get rid of it. Périma is your remedy. j
the winter you had the grip and are
A V*ry Had Cough.
Mr« H J Kountz. 101 G Bcoval flt ,
A Sevar* Caaa of Grip.
Mr. W. H. Brown, R. F. D. 4. Bo*
Koffer« ville, T«nn., write«: "I
u*fh nearly all nty j rocomrnand Ienina to all eufferern of
ken Almost evory kind catarrh or cou*h. In the year of
jlkOI 1 took a «erare c;>»e of the la
much n<*A- 1 would have np«lig ot gr tp^. 1 then took a bad cough.
aougMng that 1 thought I would Everybody thought I had conaump*
rough biywoff to death. 1 t>»ok l'a- tlun. I had taken all klnda of
funa* and laat v. Infer and thla win tar
I have had no cough and I know that
I'enma cured ro«.
"I wu aJwaya thin and delicate,
very oumj to catch ould, hut I am
and aojoylotf hwüth I
«-'-i that I ftvtj it all to rerun*."
*1 have ! Al,
Na»h ville, Term
had a very bad
life. I huv<
dh in«, but
rwrr.adtM, but got no relief.
"I then decided to try Peruna.
After taking five bottle« my cough
■toppad and my catarrh was cured
Arty one Buffering with catarrh In any
form I will advise them to take Pe
Appreciating the generous patronage
extended to us during the past year, we
desire to extend to the people of this
and adjoining counties our sincere
thanks for the same, and to express the
wish that the New Y'ear may bring you
many blessings and much happiness.
We will feel grateful for your continued
patronage during the coming year, and
will strive to the utmost to merit your
confidence and support.
t A. WEILER & CO.
The Reliable Jewelers. %
KING'S DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL.
This Hospital is beautifully located on River
Front, with delightful rooms and splendid service for
the sick and afflicted, for the rich and poor. No one
will be turned away, no charges for the destitute, but
those not able to pay the full price, will be expected
to pay what they can.
An efficient Superintendent in charge, with four
nurses, that give you every attention.
EXCELLENT FACILTIES POR CARE Of SURGICAL
CASES AND INJURIES.
Terms: Payable in Advance Weekly.
Charity Patients accepted from LEf LORE COUNTY ONLY
Scrubs Fatten Quickly
You want your pigs to eat as much u possible
when you fatten them. Qive them a great variety
ot teed, keep the appetite keen and »tie digestion In
good order, and you will obtain the desired result,
especially tf you mix with the grain ration a doee ol
, nut *omt •mibbf
lookinc hog« In the pen to
In thfir lerrt | ,onr hnd
S en«* im over too
Djnlevie, W. V«.
Me, 50c and tl. per cm.
At your dealer's.
Whets the appetite—Helps digestion.
Sold Hogs by Telephone
A South Carolina farmer had a large number
of hogs which were ready to kill. The weather
Was so warm that killing was out of tho question.
He went to his telephone, called a dealer in
Columbia over Long Distance and sold his hogs
at a good price. He then called tho local freight
office and arranged for shipment.
The telephone is now a necessity on the farm.
You can have one on y îur farm at small
See the nearest Bell Telephone Manager
send a postal for our free booklet.
FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT
and Telegraph Company
*#. 171 South Pryor 0L, Altai* 0«,
y>*f a 0
TjCÏE FLAW I I
*<r > P,l j?AtprrrC£
December Kt, 1914.
Cotton Boll-Weevil EXTERMINATOR
Cotton Crops Assured Under Boll Weevil
Conditions by fee
Second—The use of VELDOP applied In liquid
form with a powerful vaporizing spray to the young
cotton plant has In all these instances disposed of
the hibernated weevil, and thus substantiated the
claim of The VELDOP Company that In this manner
the development of the weevil could be retarded un
til a good bottom and middle crop of cotton is ma
It is well known that the use of Insecticides for
the purpose of combating the cotton boll
hitherto met with little or no success, because when
such poisons were powerful enough to kill the
weevil, they also scorched or seriously damaged the
Mr. Ira F. Peck, a scientist and metallurgist
of note of Providence, R. I., some two years ago de
vised a formula that was entirely different from and
far superior to any insecticide heretofore Invented.
Mr. Peck experimented with ail the most delicate
plants, shrubs, vegetables and trees that were beset
by Insects, *nd discovered that in no case did his
formula damage plant life in the least, while its
effect on Insect life was all that could be desired In
Mr. Peck has associated with him fer the man
ufactui. and sale of his Insecticide, registered under
the trade name of "VELDOP" (patented Dec. t, 1914),
tho following gentlemen:
Mr. W. R. Humphrey, of Humphrey & Co., cotton
merchants, Greenwood, Miss.
Messrs. Harry Lesser and Alvin D. Goldman, of
th§ Leaser Goldman Cotton Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Messrs. E. R. Trowbridge and H. O. Potter, of
the well-known firm of cotton merchants, D. Rem
ington & Son, Providence, R. I.
Mr. Peck conducted experiments from May 15 to
Aug. 15, 1914,
A. H. Gillespie of Vidalla, La., G
and Charles H. Fitzpatrick of Natchez, Miss. These
experiments have proven the following facts:
First—The application of VELDOP has In no
oase Injured the young and tender cotton plant, but
on the other hand has promoted Its growth through
having protected It fro
that prey on the small plant.
Third—Late applications of VELDOP after the
August flight of the weevil into the experimental
fields has shown that the majority of the partly
grown bolls of the top crop have been protected from
Inaction by the weevil, and nave thus fully matured
ubst^ntiatlon of the above claims we
refer by permissif
La.; Mr. George M. Marshall and Mr. Chas. H. Fltz
Pat-ick cf N tchez, Miss., on whose fields the ex
periments were conducted.
to Mr. A. H. Gillespie, Vidalla,
has proved effective for use
in destroying the army worm, as It wlll^not be
washed off by moderate rains.
VELDOP is now offered by The Veldop Company
through the trade at the surprisingly low cost of
9c per pound at retail. It comes In paste form, In
convenient sized metal cans containing about 100
pounds. For use It is diluted by dissolving one pound
of VELDOP in ten gallons of water, and should be
applied with a force pump ©f sufficient power to
throw a vapor spray,
of the cotton acreage of
»rge M. Marshall
After application to the cotton plant VEL
DOP does not easily wash off, and additional
applications are only necessary to protect the A s
new growth of foliage during the appear- <p' /
ancs of the weevil from hibernation.
lice and all other Insects
0 -e -
THE VELDOP COMPANY
0 * yy & j*
^ //J 1 /
VTm. ft. Humphrey, l*r*cld«at.
Harry ],«aa«r, Treasurer.
I. F. Feck. Chief Chemirt.
E. It. Trowbrldire, Vire rrealdent.
H. O. Potter, Secretory.
Geo. !.. Kmtmnn, A »at. Tree surer
and General ManaRer.
a 0 O'
Appointed to Date
RUMBLE & VVENSEL CO.,
J. W. QUINN DRUG CO.,
ARKANSAS FERTILIZER CO.,
Little Rock, Ark.
STANDARD DRUG CO
I L LYONS & CO, Ltd.,
VAN VLEET MANSFIELD DRUG CO., Memphis, Tenn.
MORRIS & DICKSON CO., Ltd.,
By virtue of the authority vested in
the Buckeye Cotton Oil Company, a
corporation, under a mortgage executed
by the Quito Gin Company, a corpora
tion of Quito, Leflore County, Missis
sippi, on the 30th <lay of June. 1913, on
the hereinafter described property to
secure an indebtedness therein named,
as more fully appears by said mort
gage, which is recorded on page 194 of
Book 11 of the Records of mortgages
and deeds of trust on land in Leflore
County, Mississippi, reference to which
is hereby specially made, the said
! Buckeye Cotton Oil Company will, as
j such mortgagee, on Monday the 31st
j day of January, 1915. in front of the i
Court House door In the City of Green- ;
wood, Mississippi, within legal hours, !
offer for sale to the highest bidder for
cash, default having been made in the
payment of the indebtedneia named in
said mortgage, the following described
Beginning at the NW corner of the
SE 1-4 of Sec. 9, Townahip 18, R 1
West, and running south 4.07 chains,
thence east 19.70 chains, thence north
erly along the Delta Southern Railroad
270 faet to a stake, thence 18 1-2 de
grees east 150 feet to a stake, thence
South two degrees east 270 feet to a
stake on the public road, thence south
SO 1-2 degrees west 210' feet along pub
lic road to point of beginning, all in
the SE 1-4 of the NW 1-4 and SW 1-4
of the NE 1-4 of the above section,
township and range, except a atrip 16
feet wide upon which track of the Del
ta Southern R. R. is located, together
with all buildings, machinety, tools and
appliances located thereon and com
prising the complete outfit known as
, the Quito Gin Company, in Ix>flora
County, Mississippi. Said pro(>erty
will be sold to satisfy said mortgage
and all costa.
Witness the signature of the said
Buckeye Cotton Oil Company this the
12th day of January, 1915.
THE BUCKEYE COTTON OIL CO.
l Ç. CROWELL, Up,
; « n Pe* j *•
! '"/lie lull
_ ... ,
a lifetime, and still VOU neg
YvHJK TYES MAN
m . ■
Need it badly. Why don't you
give it to them? You put it
off from day to day. Do
you know the risk
Every day's delay means added
danger to your health and
We provide Glasses to meet every
defect of vision and our
charges are moderate.
Consult our Optician, no charge
A. Weiler & Co.
0n Tuesday, January 19th, all
of the Banks of Greenwood will
he closed in observance of R ibt.
E. Lee's birthday.
The many friends of Mr J H
Smith are pleased lo see him
again aller an illness of three
Mr. R. S. Wingfield, of Shell
mound, was in the city on busi
nçw iMt Saturday,
I Gen. Monroe McClurg and Gor
!don Gillespie were in Jackson on
legal business the first of the
Mr. J. D. Duncan returned the
first of tue week from Inverness, I
where he visited hiss-ck father.
1 . Mr !,n(l Mrs Percy Ray of Wood
burn, were the guests of Mrs M S
Rose here the past week.
The Peoples Bank of Sidon is
being liquidated by the State
; Bunk Examiners. Mr R P Parish,
! of this city, has been appointed
Special Agent to wind up the af
fairs of the concern. Read the
notire to creditors in another col
Mrs C. N. Wells left Thursday
morning to >p mkI some lime with
her parents, in New Orleans.
Mrs. Ellis of Texas
is the at
tractive Inus» guest of her sBter
iu-ljw, Mrs. Provine.
Mr. Willie Swift of Memphis,
was the guest of Mr. Ikrrie Rei
man this wee \
Mr and Mrs. Kennon Townes,
were in the city for a few days.
Mrs. Trotter, of Winona, is the
guest of Mrs. C. Dunn.
Mr. J. L. Cox, of Columbus,
in the city Tuesday.
Circuit Court convenes in Green
wood next Mdnday.
PFItfiOXU, MFIOIOX. *
Mrs. B. B. Provine, was the
charming hostess of the marri d
ladies bridge club on Wednesday.
A number of oth r friends were
also invited to meet her house
guest, Mrs. Kills. The house was
attractive with quantities of pot,
plants and pink carnations. Pink
silk hose were given as prizts,
and were won by Mesdames Pit
l° w •»* ..;r. A . ..
p ist was seiVtc ^ a 1 ]e co,lc ' us, °n
of the games. Those who enjoyed
the afternoon in this beautiful
home, were, Mesdames tieo. Wil
son, R C. McBee, C. Wilson, Bar
rier, Barnwell, Ellis, Hunter, Crull,
Darman, Stroud, Gi lespie, Saun
ders, G win, Gearhart, C. McBee,
Chandler, Dunn, W. Pillow, Hum
phrey, Wells, Sab'n, Trotter.
Misses Reiman, Shearer and
Mr A N Timt, Jr., is now repre
senting tlie Delta Insurance
and Realty Agency selling life,
health and accident policies for
the Companies represented by
that staunch Agency. He will be
p'eased to explain the advant ges
of these policies over others to
all who contemplate taking in
Messrs Ed Jones, Thos Lucas,
O F Bledsoe, Jr., H Y Fraiser, J
YV Bradford, H H Nabors, J T
Turnips! en, R B Schlat r, J D
McLemoie, A O Peterson and oth
er prominent Leflore county citi
zens were in the city on business
the first of the week.
Messrs B A Porter, of Memphis,
and Walter Byrne, of Jackson,
Superintendent and Division Pas
senger Agent respectively for the
Y & M \' R K Co., were business
visitors here yesterday and made
this office appreciated calls.
The Bank of ^Commerce, as sol
id an i substantial as the "Rock of
Gibraltir," publishes a statement
of its financial condition in this
paper, which reflects ciedit upon
the splendid management of that
popular banking house.
Mr. Fritz Chatoney and family,
of Schlater, have moved to Min
eral Wells, Miss., where they will
make their future home. Their
many Leflore county friends wish
for them succ> ss and prosperity.
Mr M B Partie, the capable
m mager of The Silver Creek
Go's Wilderness Plantation,
Bellewood, was a pleasant caller
at this office while here the first
of the wei k.
MrT M Kirby was taken to Little
Rock for treatment the first of the
week. Mr Kirby's condition has
been quite serious and his many
friends are afraid he will not re
Circuit Court will convene in
Greenwood next Monday, the 18th
inst., and quite a number of Le
flore county's citizens will be in
Givp us an interview for a life
or health and accident policy, and
'Get 1 hat feeling of Security."|fi
TiiliS is the mull.
Delta Ins. & Realty Agency.
Secretary W II Hays has been
,c j, a:teid » "Dinner of
be given by the j
Bus I ness Men s Club in Memphis
^ January <3rd.
Our friend, L. E. Fancher, re
" , ' n ? d yesterday from his annual
ÿ N ÿ reports sorry
luck having killed only about
I'OR RENT—8-r m m residence
with all m idem conveniences on
Depot street. Apply to Mrs. S.
E. Huward, 265 Johnson Street.
_ 0 _
The Greenwood Savings Bank,
always prosperous, publisnes a
splendid statement of its financial J
condition in this paper.
The financial statement
Hie Planters Bank of Schlü
ter, published in this paper,
makes a magnificent snowing for
that staunch institution.
Mr. and Mrs. G. L Ray and
Mr and Mrs H L Ray attended the,
funeral of Mrs Evaline Ray at*?
o r Är ' Ti,;;»"?. i
bÿ'c^uTmU 0 ,, 0 ";^^"' ÄVU 1 S
^1' ro,| nition of m» mu- O
COU« lining of the Euituchi»n Tuh# Wh..n ^
this tub« is in flamed you have n rumbling , C
sound or imperfect heating, And when It la if
entirely closed. Deafmaa is the result, arid **
1 lnflft n»«n«tlon can Le taken out
MS ï ,g \ ub * to its normal to ndi- .
«Äa aÏÏ ,b ^ W 4 1 **• ae,froyrrt forever; ntn. A
cases out of ten ars caused by Catarrh
which Is nothing but «n Inflamad condition i
of tha muco'i« »urfacr*«
We will give One Hundr d Dollard for any
»•«•e of Deafness (coused by catarrh» that W
cannot be cured by Hall'« Cutarrh Cots i
Sm» %Ur «» ar '
Deafness C jinot Be Cured
THE BOARD OF SUPESVISORS
JANUARY SESSION. '
The Leflore County Board of
Supervisors held their regular
monthly session on the first Mon.
fj cers being present,
The report of the Fjrst Natio|)>
al Bank for the month of Decern
her on the Road Improvement
were approved and allowed.
R. w. Baird and T. P. Rupert
were allowed $ 100.00 for the ap
prehension of a fleeing homicide
C. L. Lsper was awarded the
contract as keeper of the County
Home lor the year 1915 at the
sum of $7.50 for board of each
mate in said home.
Changes were made in the as
sessments of Ed Joues, Zack Sis
son, J. G. Reese, S. E. Mathews,
I. M. Klein, McShane Cotton Co.
H 1). Walker, W. H. Rucker, ami
Doug'ass Robinson, H. L. Wal
ton ana S. F. Junes were
pointed a committee to inspect
the books of the county auditor,
and made a favorable report oa
the condition in which the booles
Applications for the loans of
$1200 to N. Ci. shannon, loan of
$1000 to T. C. Garrott, loan to S.
D. Clower, renewal of loan of
$800 to P. S. Cowsert, extension
of maturity of loan of $500 to Ida
L. Williamson, and extension of
m iturity of loan to H. N. Austin
weie received and given favura
b e 'action.
Ordered that the services of A.
W. Ross as bridge builder be dis
Ordered that warrant issue to
J. D. Dillard, Road Commissioner,
m the sum of $400 to cover esti
mated amount uue on pay roll for
puoiic roads during the in inch of
Treasurer reported following
funds on hand: $15,440.09 111
common county fund, $2,084 DO in
school fund, $227.30 in institute
fund, $ 122 .s 8 in old pension fund,
$1295.13 111 road fund, $3,052.42
111 sinking tund, $77.50 111 1914
ponsion fund, $444.17 in T. 17 K1E
fund, $2,171.42 in T. 19R1W fund,
$191.45 in T. 20R IE fund, $1105 -
29 in T. 18 R1W fund, $859 54 in
T. 21 R1W, $260.02 in T. 22 R 1 \V ,
$86.60 in T. 21 R2 W, $93.01 in T
18 RÜW, $1025.10 in 1\ 22R2W,
$853$) in T. T. 17 R 2 W, $465.71 in
T. F. 21 R1E, $2.683.23 in T. T. 19
R2E, $90.69 in T. 22 R1E, and
$294.93 in T. 20 R2W.
Commission was ordered issued
to the First National Bank of
Greenwood as the County Depos
itory for the year 1915, said bank
to pav 2 1-4 per cent, per annum
interest for same.
J. L. Robinson, H. G. Flanagan
and J. T. Reese were employee! as
cattle tick inspectors for the
months of January and February,
1915, to be paid half the sum
heretofore paid them tor services
as said tick inspectors.
Special election was ordered "to
be held on the 16th of January
for the election of a successor to
the office of Justice of the Peace,
caused by the death of D. P.
Hollomar, & Holloman, services $ 5.00
H. 'iuesa. dentist services... 2.00
Young Bridge Uo., bridges $6,126.65
K Walton, per diem, mil'ge. 10.60
m S Wilson, per diem, mil'ge. 10.50
s J 01 es, •• *■ •• g go
J 6 Haley, " •• '■ g.gp
D Robinson, " "
E V Hugftston, att'y salary ..
J O Lanham, supplies .
Stein Grocery, mdse
Foote & Davies, stationery
Cum. Tel. Co., services
G wood L & W Plant, serv's ...
® M Äendail, tax refund .
Jackson, tax refund .....
j w ^ Ethridge, fees .
Sam Meadows, burying pauper
J L Roi'inson, tick work . . 78.00
H G Flanagan, tick work . 78 00
j wïuUney^heaithoffleer . 87 ßu
j r Hughes Supt Ed sal 1K10 .,
w A &M ESwIft mdse
Miss. Print. Co. stationery
Barnard 4 Co, " , f .
CL Espsr, keeping home .....
Stern bios, mdse/or borne
Wilson Fur Co, mdse /or home 13 00
, Ls " ham - md "* for homrf ' 8 »)
s dai IITi Ä
° D Alex " n<ier . J p . f««»
J R Bledsoe, j P. f<-e>
F h Mullen, J P. Uei ' .
H W Cooley, J P fee*.
J D Rucker, teaching
Frederick Co, school supplies
Davis Hdw Co, school "
'" r „ Co ' "" "
l he " "
fi" , Co ' 'T 1 '"
Inquest Graham Thompson .
M L Gillespie et al, tax excess
W T Mathews, health officer
Mi « v Cockerham, teaching
sjf™ ■ s Chambley, ••
O L Kimbrough, att'y sal
^ ® J w
C V Williford, treas. Sai i...
if n »
** U Hospital, appr n .
lit Nftt Bank infer»»«»
. ö « nK * interest
A R Bezr, itemized accoants
Enterprise, printing .. l
-, rT j* , . *
The Commote Wealthy printing. ÎF.00
W C Tawlnr ifemi»*ui «rw» one oa
^ *®yK>r, Itemized «CC U . ZO 6 88
Çpnvict f|rm, g,l$0.M
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