In our signs series, we’ve previously posted courthouse advice about the proper attire, the possibility that an amusement park (“Chancery Land“) was coming to DeSoto County, and a plea to cease using pennies in the courthouse coke machine.
Today, there’s more dress code advice, this time from the Justice Court building in Itawamba County, where […]
… is above this bench just of the Square on Van Buren Avenue in Oxford.
On the Square in Oxford. Part of a continuing series of signs posts.
From the market by Mr, Chen’s in Jackson, Mississippi.
But if you want some, this establishment is just inside the Pontotoc County line coming from Tupelo right before Highway 6 becomes two-lane.
From downtown Yazoo City, Mississippi.
Totally stolen (including the headline) from Scott Barretta’s Facebook feed. Scott took the picture, too.
Just trying to prevent a possible fashion faux pas.
And, also, there’s this, to help prevent a more disgusting sort of faux pas.
The halls of the courthouse in Houston are chock-full of advice and […]
Ride the equity slide! Measure your foot against the chancellor’s foot!
From the courthouse in Hernando, Mississippi.
Yes, I know it’s a label, not a sign. This was how your whiskey, bought from your friendly pharmacist, would have been labeled during prohibition. James S. Robinson was one of the first pharmacists in Memphis, with a business at 2nd and Madison in what is now the Apothecary […]
Part of a continuing series of posts with the tag Signs.
Picture of the location of this sign below the fold.
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