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Courtesy of the Tishomingo County Historical & Genealogical Society Original files are housed in the John Marshall Stone Research Library Tishomingo County Archives & History Museum 203 East Quitman Street Iuka, MS 38852 Phone: 662-423-3500 E-mail: URL: mstchgs/ TCHGS COPYRIGHT NOTICE: In keeping with our policy of providing free information on the Internet, materials may be freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains on all copied material, AND permission is obtained from the contributor of the file. These electronic pages may NOT be reproduced in any format for profit or presentation by other organizations. Persons or organizations desiring to use this material for non-commercial purposes MUST obtain the written consent of the contributor OR the legal representative of the submitter and contact the listed Tishomingo County Archives & Historical Society (TCHGS) with proof of this consent.

TCHGS NEWSLETTER TRANSCRIPTION PROJECT Project Volunteers: Betty Marlar, Cindy Nelson, RaNae Vaughn Transcribed by Janice Switcher and Helah Wilson from the Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.), No. 20, dated April 15, 1927. MISSISSIPPI, APRIL 15, 1927 BUCKSKIN FLAT NEWS Health of this community is not very good this week. Several have mumps but hope they’ll soon recover. Sorry to say Uncle Sam Russell isn’t any better. Miss Leona Clingan of Valley School visited her friends, Misses Clara and Geraldine Malone; also miss Jessie Gaza recently. Mrs. Lucy Malone and children visited Mrs. Beaty Hunt, Wednesday. Little Ralph Powers from Red Bay spent last week with his sister, Esta Powers. Mrs. Sam McKinney and two of her children were guests of Mrs. Lula Thorn last Sunday. Mrs. Powers visited Mrs. Jessie Thorn recently. Milton King, wife and children were guests of Calvin Bentley and family Sunday evening. Claude Ginn, wife and little son, were guest of C. E. Malone’s Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Gaza and her two sons spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Dessie Bentley. Miss Ora McKinney was a guest of Clara and Geraldine Malone last Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Malone visited her daughter, Mrs. Beaty Hunt, recently. We still have plenty of rainy weather. We enjoy reading your news, “Jack Rabbit.” VIRGINIA Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 1 April 15, 1927

NEW BETHEL NEWS Health of this part is good at this writing. Rev. Strickland delivered a splendid sermon at New Bethel Sunday. Mack Pharr and wife spent Tuesday night in the home of C. C. Hammett. Buford Goodwin visited Eugene Dickerson recently. Eva Pharr and Burwin Pharr spent Tuesday night with their cousin, Porter Sample, and family. Mrs. James Pair was a guest of Mrs. Ola Pharr Wednesday. Claude Pharr spent one night last week with Bernice Hammett. Mrs. Iva Dickerson and little daughter, Lera Pearl, visited her mother, Wednesday. Mrs. Bertie Jackson was a recent guest of Mrs. Elzie Barden. R. N. Johnson and family spent Saturday night with his sister, Mrs. C. C. Hammett. Mrs. Iva Dickerson and little daughter were guests in the home of Mack Pharr Thursday. Thomas Mitchell and family visited her parents, Frank Pharr and wife Tuesday night. Misses Eva and Claudie Pharr were Saturday guests of Mrs. Edna Goodwin. Mrs. Sampson Wigginton and Mrs. Ida Allen were visiting in the home of Clovis Dickerson Friday. Henry Whitehead and family were guests of his brother, J. S. Whitehead Sunday. Misses Edith, Lessie and Dorothy Pharr visited Eva and Claudie Pharr Sunday afternoon. We learned that Archie Brown and Miss Bitha Wigginton motored to Iuka Sunday to get married. We wish for them a long and happy life. Mrs. Gladie Pharr and T. C. Pharr and family visited in the home of Mack Pharr Sunday. Arthur Holcomb and family, and Arthur Credille and family were Sunday guests of Leslie Brocious and family. Floyd Brown and wife were guests of his parents Saturday night. Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 2 April 15, 1927

I’ll be going, and if this misses the waste basket I’ll come again. AMBO WEST OF DENNIS Health of this community is very good at this writing except a few cases of the flu. Flester and Eulah Allen passed through this part Saturday evening on the way to see their cousins, Ora and Memie Jones. Gordon Bailey and Arris Allen were seen motoring in from town Saturday evening. Bessie Chaffin spent the week-end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Greene. The farmers seem to be making use of the weather, plowing and getting ready for another crop. Farming is the main thing, and we wish them good success. Lee Cunningham, wife and children, made a trip last Saturday to C. C. Sanford’s near Marietta. Flowers Barron and George Harris passed through this part Sunday. Luther Ward made a business trip to Booneville Saturday. We are sorry to report the children of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Greene have whooping cough. Hope they’ll soon recover. Marion Sanford was visiting south of this part Sunday. W. T. Barron and family was visiting H. P. Pardue’s Sunday. Well, as this is my first attempt to write The Times, I’ll go, hoping to see this in print. BILLE BOY MRS. ALFRED RIDDLE DEAD Mrs. Alfred Riddle, beloved woman of Red Bay, Ala., and well known here, died at her late home Tuesday, April 12, at the advanced age of 77 years. She has been ill for six weeks. The funeral services were at the home Wednesday afternoon, conducted by her pastor, Rev. J. W. Hardwick, of the Primitive Baptist church, after which the body was laid to rest in Joel cemetery followed by a large concourse of friends. She leaves besides her husband, seven children, all grown, and many other relatives. The Floral offerings were many and beautiful. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of The Times in their great sorrow. Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 3 April 15, 1927

AVOCA, TEXAS [The following letter was no doubt intended for publication last week, but it reached us on Friday, after the paper had been issued.—Editor.] As I had the pleasure of seeing my other letter in print thought I would try my luck again. Health is good at this writing. Farmers are getting along nicely with their work; they have most of their land put up and their maize planted. Swan’s Chapel school, gave a concert last Friday night which was attended by a large crowd. The county meet was held an Anson March 25 26. S. A. Dean and family spent the day with Fred Byram and family Sunday before last. S. C. Lindsey and family, of Abilene, visited his brother, G. T. Lindsey, of Stanford, Sunday. S. A. Dean and wife were also guests of G. T. Lindsey and family Sunday afternoon and reported that Mrs. Lindsey was still improving. J. W. Selby, Wilbur and Miss Lucile Dean spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lindsey. S. A. Dean and family and Mrs. Effie Lindsey attended the county meet at Anson Saturday, March 26. Aubrey Lindsey was married to Miss Dora Wilson on March 26th. Thomas Lindsey and family motored through this section a few days ago from the plains, enroute to a point near the gulf, where they intended to stay until the cotton picking season opens. There are several oil wells being drilled near here. MULE EARED RABBIT Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 4 April 15, 1927

TISHOMINGO The commencement exercises of the Tishomingo County Agricultural High School will be held April 23, 24, 25, and 26 Rev. E. H. Cunningham of Corinth, will preach the commencement sermon Sunday, April 24 at 11 a. m. The address will be delivered by Hon. A. C. Anderson of Ripley, on April 26 at 8 p. m. The senior play will be Monday night, April 25. Quite a number of people from here attended the northeast field meet at the A. & M. College last Friday. All report a good time. Those winning in examinations were: Joe Brown, algebra, third place; American literature, Verna Wade, fifth place; English composition, Alta Shamblin, fourth place, Chemistry; Rivers Long. Fourth place; Barden Hester, Agriculture, first place; Plane geometry, Dalton Leithc, fifth place; Low hurdles, Wilber Bickerstaff, first; mile, Clarence McRae, fifth; Low hurdles, Audie Adams. Fourth; half mile, Perry Nagle, tied for second place; Broad jump for boys Shelton Pardue, second; discus, Wilber Bickerstaff, third. This gave the school a total of 26 1-2 points or seventh place in the meet. On account of a down-pour of rain neither of the Tishomingo relay teams got to run. W. R. NETTLES Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 5 April 15, 1927

ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following names as candidates for the various offices of the county, subject to the will of the Democrats at the polls, in the primary elections to be held in the coming summer; H. R. Bickerstaff W. C. Pruitt P. C. Greene P. H. Robinson L. F. Sartain S. A. Trim O. E. Tigner J. C. Mccolloch For State Senator: W. C. Adams of Alcorn County For Sheriff: C. L. Pace J. E. Johnson W. Austin Shook Isaac M. Jackson Lee Depoyster For County Attorney: C. B. Wright Ernest R. Ligon J. C. Jourdan, Jr. For Chancery Clerk: Omer J. Bullen T. J. Storment For Justice Of The Peace: For Circuit Clerk: Of Fifth District T. C. Denson W. H. Collier Miss Ollie Adams D. J. Neal Luther R. White For Supervisor, Fifth District: For Superintendent Education: T. C. Pharr J. D. Mann J. O. Epps O. C. Miller For Supervisor Fourth District For Tax Assessor: J. R. Bickerstaff C. A. Crow Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 6 April 15, 1927

NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION To the qualified electors if Tishomingo county, Mississippi: You are hereby notified that a Special Election will be held at the several voting precincts in Tishomingo county, on Saturday, April 30th, 1927, for the purpose of determining whether the county courts shall be established in Tishomingo county, as provide under Chapter 131, general Laws if Mississippi 1926. Done by order of the Board of Supervisors in regular session April 6th, 1927. SAM H. ALLBN MRS. E. N. REED W. R. NETTLES Election Commissioners NOTICE OF ELECTION State of Mississippi, Tishomingo county. To the Qualified Electors of the Hereinafter Described Territory: The south half of section 13 that lies west of Bear creek; the north half of section 24 west of Bear creek; that part of the southeast quarter of section 24 west of Bear creek; that part of the northeast quarter of section 25 west of Bear creek, and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section 25, all in township 6, range 10, being territory adjacent to the Dennis Consolidated School District; Notice is hereby given that pursuant to an order of the Board of Supervisors of said county an election will be held at the home of W. V. Tiffin in said territory on Saturday, April 30, 1926, for the qualified electors of said territory to determine by ballot whether said territory shall be annexed to the Dennis Consolidated School District and pay its pro rata share of the outstanding indebtedness of said Dennis Consolidated School District as provided by section 110 of sub-chapter 14, chapter 283 of the Laws if Mississippi, 1924. This April 5th, 1927 SAM H. ALLEN W. R. NETTLES MRS. E. N. REED Election Commissioners Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 7 April 15, 1927

NOTICE TO HUNTERS State of Mississippi, Tishomingo, County Notice is hereby given that under and by virtue of the provisions of an order adopted by the Board of Supervisors of Tishomingo county, Mississippi, on the 5th day of April, 1927, under authority vested in the Board, by the provision of Section 19, Chapter 178 of the laws of Mississippi, 1926 authorizing the Board so to do, it is made unlawful to take or kill squirrels in Tishomingo, county, Mississippi during the month of May in any year, until otherwise ordered. The same penalty is prescribed for a violation of provisions of this order as prescribed for a violation of any of the terms and provisions of Chapter 178, laws of Mississippi, 1926. This April 5, 1927 T. J. STORMENT Clerk of the Board of Supervisors IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF LAFAYETTE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI Bank of Oxford et. Al. vs. F. K. McRae et. Al. No. 536 NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND By virtue of a decree of the Chancery Court of Lafayette County, Mississippi, entered in the above styled cause and bearing date of April 6, 1927, and recorded in the records of said court in Minute Book No. 7, at Page 5527, we, J. C. Jourdan, Jr., and Phil Stone, receivers, will proceed to sell at public outcry within legal hours at the door of the county court house of Tishomingo county, Mississippi, to the highest bidder for cash, on Monday, the 9th day of May, 1927, the following described land situated in Tishomingo county, Mississippi. The south half of the northwest quarter of section 36, township 5, south, range 10, east, being 80 acres more or less. The title to said land is suppose to be good but we convey only such title as is vested in us as receivers. Purchaser will be required to deposit 10 per cent of sale price as evidence of good faith at time of the sale. The sale will be made subject to confirmation of the Chancellor of the 3rd Chancery District of Mississippi and will be reported to him for confirmation at his office at Senatobia, Mississippi, on Saturday, May 14th, 1927 Witness our signature this the 8th day of April, 1927. J. C. JOURDAN, JR. Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) PHIL STONE 8 April 15, 1927

WITH THE CANIDATES To the People of Tishomingo County Ladies and Gentleman: As we have worked and lived together in our duties of citizenship, socially, politically and in business, you have treated me at all times with encouragement and understanding. That, my friends, is all that any person should ask of another. In this frame of mind I am again before you as a candidate to represent you in the next legislature of the State of Mississippi. This is a laudable ambition for any man to proclaim, and I am not unmindful of the fact of its importance. I know it will take work, business ability, experience and a great deal of tact, to fill the job as it can be filled. My mind is made up to put forth every effort in representing all the people, in my every action. As against any faction or class, if you elect me at this time and commission me to do so, my promise is given you that I will try my best to act in justice between man and man, with no foes to punish or friends to unduly reward. I have faith in humanity, love justice and believe in a living, upstanding, God-fearing fight in meeting the many problems of taxation, prohibition, and other law enforcement legislation. I believe that we have need to repeat some unequal laws, more than we have need to make more laws that are not to be enforced. I believe in economy and public affairs; but to the exclusion of progress in a conservative, growing and expanding state. A difference must be made between creating jobs for the crowd and that of spending the money of the people of the state on useful institutions and for useful purposes. In stating some of these facts, will bring to the minds of the voters some of the impressions made by the four candidates in the last election for the legislature, my own stand on the questions of the day gave the citizens the insights of the thoughts and action of my ideas of serving them, if elected. Likewise at this time there will be new and important questions to discuss, along with old ones not settled. These I hope to be able to present in the canvass of the county and in person as we meet personally during the intervening time between now and the primary election. Yours Very Truly, T. M. McDONALD Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 9 April 15, 1927

NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION As order from the Mayor and Board of Aldermen, of the Town of Belmont, Tishomingo county, Mississippi. Notice is hereby given that there will be held a special election in the Town of Belmont, Miss., on the 6th day of May, 1927, for the purpose of filling a vacancy on the Board of Alderman in said town, caused by the resignation of J. W. Hallmark. It was ordered this notice shall be published in the Belmont Times, a weekly newspaper of the Town of Belmont, Tishomingo county Miss., for three consecutive weeks. This 12th day of April, 1927 A.G. BYRAM L. L. DAVIS A. A. GILLEY Election commissioner SEVENTH SESSION CORINTH DISTRICT STANDARD TRAINING SCHOOL FOR LEADERSHIP TRAINING Held under the auspices of the General Sunday School Board and the Sunday School Board of the North Mississippi Conference. COURCES OFFERED AND INSTRUCTORS Missionary Messages of the Bible, Rev. R. G. Lord; Pupil Study Miss Virginia Thomas; The Sunday School, Rev. R. H. B. Gladney; The Small Sunday School, Rev. E. G. Mohler. BOARD OF MANAGERS: O. T. Gaines Iuka, Miss J. A. E. Pyle Iuka, Miss F. C. Chester .Iuka, Miss Mrs. J. J. Whitten .Iuka, Miss W. H. Fairless .Tishomingo, Miss TIP FOR GIRL New York—If you wish to marry, girl, the chances are better in the country. Ten per cent more women between the ages of twenty and forty-four living in rural districts marry than those living in cities. The principal reason is high rent. Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 10 April 15, 1927

NEGRO OF MISSISSIPPI CLAIMS BIGGEST FEET Lexington, Miss. –Claim to ownership of the largest human foot is laid for Alonzo Terrell, Holmes county negro. Alonzo’s foot measures 24 inches around the instep, 27 inches around the ball of the foot, 16 inches around the ankle, and is 17 inches in length. Alonzo is a tenant on the farm of G. W. Stigler “Big Egypt,” near Cruger, and is an able worker. He comes original from Georgia, and says that in that state he could not be shod. Dr. J. F. Williams of the Lexington Shoe hospital made his first leather shoes five years ago, and those shoes have served until now. The upper portion of one shoe requires a whole kidskin. GHOST HALTS SEARCH FOR PANAMA TREASURE New York—Excavating at old Panama for treasure buried when Sir Henry Morgan, British pirate, raided the city in the Seventeenth century, has been halted by the appearance of a “ghost,” says a cablegram received at the Hamburg-American line offices here. The message came from Ernest G. Schmolck, cruise manager on the steamer Reliance which is making a cruise of the West Indies with 350 passengers, who visited the treasure site. The laborers, said Schmolck, are superstitious and fear a “bad spell” such as was reputed to have followed the excavation of King Tut’s tomb at Luxor, Egypt. Lieut. George Williams and Fred Kelley, Englishmen, and Wallace Bain, and American, recently uncovered valuable gold relics and gems beneath the ruins of the San Jose Convent. SEE OR CALL: BELMONT PRODUCE CO. before selling your POULTRY and EGGS. We pay Highest Cash Prices for Poultry, Eggs, Hides, Butter, Beeswax, and other country produce. J. M. PIERCEY, Mgr. THE BELMONT TIMES A Real Live Newspaper Published Friday of Each Week in the Largest and Most Progressive Town of Its Size in Northeast Mississippi BELMONT, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY APRIL 1, 1927 Entered at the Post Office at Belmont, Mississippi, as Second-Class Matter Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 11 April 15, 1927

Subscription Price Per annum-------------------- 1.00 Six Months--------------60 No Subscription Taken for Less Than Six Months J. L. Hallmark ------Owner and Editor Notice to Candidates The Times will carry the announcement of candidates for office in the Coming campaign at the following rates: State--------------------------------- 10.00 District--------------------------------- 7.50 County----------------------------------2.50 We must have cash in advance on announcements. Names will appear as they are given us and paid. The Place Where We Make Mother Recall the 16 year old Flapper. Men! A fresh Hair Cut, Shave, and Tonic Will Enhance that “School-Girl Complexion” Best Electrical Equipment for Hair Cutting Known to Science. “See Us Before Cutting Your Own Hair” Belmont Barber Shop, The Place to come FIRST When In Town. Baths Baths We welcome you to enjoy the facilities of this institution. Let us help you with your financial problems―let it be Savings Loans Investments, or just friendly advise We Pay 4 Per Cent on Time Deposits Our deposits are guaranteed by the Bank Guaranty Fund of the State of Mississippi. BANK OF BELMONT . Belmont, Mississippi HERE COMES THE “QUALITY STORE” Offering a Ladies’ 5.00 parasol to the person holding the right ticket—“Rain of Shine” SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 16 One of the best assorted stocks of merchandise in town, consisting of dry goods, groceries, shoes, hats, caps, ladies’ and gents’ furnishings, fine pants, work clothes, etc. BELMONT MERCANTILE COMP’Y The oldest store in town Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 12 April 15, 1927

BELMONT SERVICE STATION---TEXACO---GAS AND OILS THE BEST Cooper Tires—Wear and Out wear Ford and Chevrolet Parts Come to a Real Service Station in a REAL TOWN and teach your dollars to have more cents. Five Gallons of Gas Given Away Saturday, April 9th, to the Lucky Number. STOP AND GAS WITH US. C. C BLACKBURN, Mgr. BELMONT PRESSING CLUB—CLEANING, PRESSING AND ALTERING Make Your Old Suits Look New ALL WORK GUARANTEED H.L. UNDERWOOD, PROP. SUMNERS & CO.—A good place to eat when in town: GOOD LUNCH COUNTER— Fancy Groceries and Fruits—We buy poultry, hides and eggs. Pay the highest prices. Belmont, Miss. WHAT IS YOUR NAME? Mrs. James Named One of Her Girls: Naomi, Modena, Etta Katharine, Mattie Elizabeth, Lula Cameline, Minnie Floy, Cynthia Addeline, Annie Amanda, Susie Emmaline. Any ten-year old girl having either of the above names can get a Free Hat by being the first girl to call at Mrs. James Saturday, April 16, 1927 FREE: Each Saturday in April at 3:00 P. M. we will give away three one year subscriptions of The Times. The BELMONT TIMES Only 1.00 per Year 3-SPECIALS-3 For Trade’s Day, Saturday, April 16 Yard wide Brown Domestic, per yard 5c Big Ben Overalls, for men, pair 1.25 Tupelo Cheviots yard 9c. OUR PREMIUN 6.50 Trunk Come to Belmont, Trade at the “Real Cash Store,” and Save Dollars—S. L. DOWNS & CO. “The Real Cash Store” SUPPLY YOUR DRUGS and DRUGGISTS DUNDRIES at THOMAS DRUG COMPANY: Get your choice of a good pocket knife for—69c—From 3 to 5 Worth of Goods Given Away Each Saturday THOMAS DRUG CO. Belmont, Miss. Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 13 April 15, 1927

IS YOUR CAR SICK It needs a REAL DOCTOR who can diagnose the case correctly and then give the right prescription that will cure it. If you need any work done on your car get it done here right and at the right price TAXI SERVICE ON SHORT NOTICE—DAY OR NIGHT Prices Are Right Phone 52 C. N. HARRIS & SON ON TRADES DAY, SATURDAY, APRIL 16TH, We will give 10 per cent discount for Cash on all Two-horse Plows. For the one holding the Lucky Number we will give away, Free of Charge, One Large 9cup Aluminum Percolator. ALLEN-WRIGHT HARDWARE COMPANY SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 16TH 15 POUNDS SUGAR FOR 1.00 One Dollar’s Worth to Customer 3.00 Worth of Groceries GIVEN AWAR FREE Watch our Window of Other Bargains T. H. YOUNG Belmont, Miss. Send them, Bring them, and Wear them—— I Shine All Kinds of Shoes GIVE ME A TRIAL Sam Hawkins Belmont Barber Shop Your Servant Green’s August Flower For indigestion, Dyspepsia etc. Relieves Distress after Hurried Meals of Overeating Being a gentle laxative, it keeps the digestive tract working normally. 30c & 90c at all Druggists G. G. GREEN, Inc. WOODBURY, N. J. Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 14 April 15, 1927

Cuticura Preparations for All the Family For generations Cuticura Soap and Ointment have afforded the purest, sweetest and most satisfactory method of promoting and maintaining a healthy condition skin and scalp. Tender—faced men find the freely—lathering Cuticura Shaving Stick a necessity. Cuticura Talcum is an ideal powder, cooling and refreshing. Soap 25c Ointment 25 and 50c Talcum 25c sold everywhere. Sample each free. Address “Cuticura Laborites Department B3, Mauldin, Mass.” Cuticura Shaving Stick 25c SAYS DANGEROUS VARICOSE VEINS CAN BE REDUCED AT HOME Rub Gently and Upward Toward the Heart as Blood in Veins Flows That Way. If you or any relative or friends are worried because of varicose veins, are bunches the best advice anyone in the world can give you is to ask your druggist for an original twoounce bottle of Moone’s Emerald Oil (full strength) and apply night and morning to the swollen, enlarged veins. Soon you will notice that they are growing smaller and the treatment should be continued until the veins are of normal size. So penetrating and powerful is Emerald Oil that even Piles are quickly absorbed. Your druggist sells lots of it. EASTER Wearing Apparel for Ladies and Gents EASTER is the time when everyone wants to be well dressed. We are well prepared to take care for your Easter wants in Ready–to-Wear and Clothing. We are making a special reduction of 10 per cent on all Clothing and Ready-to-Wear for our Easter shoppers. We are showing all the new things in Footwear for Ladies and Men, Boys and Girls. Straw hats for Men and young Men. All new shapes with fancy bands. Whatever your wants in seasonable wearing apparel may be, come to “The Real Cash Store” and save money. S. L. DOWNS AND COMPANY Belmont, Mississippi Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 15 April 15, 1927

ADS CHICKS, HATCHING EGGS----Giants, Leghorns (White, Buff, Brown, a specialty). We live in a great poultry section. Write for full information. J. B. Baker Agricultural Teacher, Gallatin, Tenn. CHOICE WHITE NAVY BEANS (large or small) at 4c a pound prepaid. Order from this ad today. Satisfaction guaranteed. Jone Miles, Kansas City, Mo. Ger. Del. CERTIFIED NANCY HALL SWEEY POTATOE PLANTS-- 2.76 per thousand. Prepaid parcel post. Guaranteed to reach you in good condition. Ready April 15th. Cash with order. A. H. Jones Trezevant, Tenn. TIRE –30 X3 ½ CORDS 5.50 Red Tubes 1.15: 29 x 4.40 Balloons 7.25: Red Tubes, 1.40. Postpaid. Send Money Order or Personal Check. New, High Standard Makes. Guaranteed. All Firsts Request list other sizes. Lowest prices in the U. S. Georgia Wholesale Tire Co., Statesboro, Ga. LADIES-- 25 weekly Easy; addressing envelopes at home; all materials furnished; particulars free. Howall Co., 136 W. Lake, Chicago. SKIN BLENCH –Kremola make the skin beautiful for only 1.25. FREE BOOKLET. Ask your dealer to write Dr. C. H. Berry Co., Dept. W. 2075 Michigan Ave. Chicago. Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 16 April 15, 1927

Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 17 April 15, 1927

Children Cry for Fletcher’s CASTORIA MOTHER Fletchers Castoria is a pleasant, harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Teething Drugs and Soothing Syrups, especially prepared for Infants in arms and Children all ages. To avoid imitations always look for the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher proven directions on each package. Physicians everywhere recommend it. Belmont Times (Belmont, Miss.) 18 April 15, 1927

TISHOMINGO The commencement exercises of the Tishomingo County Agricultural High School will be held April 23, 24, 25, and 26 Rev. E. H. Cunningham of Corinth, will preach the commencement sermon Sunday, April 24 at 11 a. m. The address will be delivered by Hon. A. C. Anderson of Ripley, on April 26 at 8 p. m. The senior play will be Monday

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