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b 7/ 1-923. .... 27.00 PERSONAL I duties as interne at Touro Infirmary. Bell and H.L.  i i L town Tuesday Mr. md Mrs. Percy Huff and two  t. i children, of Baton Rouge, were guests ! of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Huff last week. Wednesday From there Mrs. Huff and children on a bust-went up in Adams county to visit her dales . i parents, Mr. and M. W. H. Swayze.! L from the north-  Dr. Chat. E. Catchings, Jr., who has  , county, was in been spending a vacation of a few asiness, i weeks here on a visit to his parents, ---- ! Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Catchings, left last dbry, of New Or- Saturday for New Orleans to assume it to her grand, the duties of interne at Touro Infirm- i lens. {ar,. onis, were vis-; Monday. s up to Jackson on Monday tffternoon. te spent the' to take the examination Before the okansafter.Where he iner 1 State Board of Pharmaceutical Exam- t I and M" II A revival mee----00ing will000000n'00 t, on July! morrow, Sunday, afternoon  at 3:30 Sanitarium.: o'clock at Percy's Creek church, to i be conducted by Rev. J. L. Smith, of B. Thomas, of  Gloater, and Rev. H. G. Hawkins, of here San- Woodville. The public is cordially, visit friends in ] invited. : I Mr and Mrs J Allen Walker re- . o . and Miss Kath- turned home Thursday afternoon visitors to on Thurs- i Archer and Mrs. ! from Slidell, La., where they spent a delightful ten days vacation on a visit to Mr and Mrs. Fletcher Miller.  iedMrS'themMillerhome.and little son accompan- were ! 0 $or a few hours l Miss M. E. Rabb, who has a posi-i i tlon stenographer in Memphis, as where she has been employed since l Dr. and C, Robert, of Cen- I M JAM.ES . " :MR. WILLIAM W. BAB .... .: treville, 1! afly to stand the =t ----- P lorg romlnent and, Theremai of .W' W'  m  vm |summer i -mountams o'North'i,_k,nffi 4ow Orleans business who was accidently killed on Sunday MeUenee ra.n-  Carolina# and a postal, card. from the:'-'-:'A"%r-:'rmau , ,, *-, -,,,,,-,,#rc'"'" ,,"-- *..,,, morning in Sunflower county, were i don, of Chicago, was very leautifuily doctor says that he m feehng fine and  , last -una- i- -t  " brought here and interred in Ever-  solemnized on Thursday afternoon at enjoying the cool weather up there. ! o:cl"ock - iomhe- effe'cts"of'in-fluenza ; green Cemetery on Tuesday morning. I five o'clock at the Jefferson Street The funeral services were held at Methodist Church, tev. u. u Jsvans --:  contracted last May. Mr. Ford spent Dr Nolan S. Dickson came up from practically the entire month of June the home of his sister, Mrs. W. H.I officiating. New Orleans and spent last week here at his count!T home on the Prentiss Morgan, and conducted by Roy. D.. Miss Bahin is the attractive daugh. w!h relatives at the home of Mr. and Highway near Woodvitle where he E. Holt, of St. Paul's Episcopal ter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Bahin Mm. J. K. Sessions, and returned on had hoped to recupexate from tie church I a member of the younger social set. Saturday morning to take up his effects of influenza. There he re- The death of Mr. Sabers was a Mr. Brandon was formerly of Mi mained under the watchful care o most unfortunate and deplorable oe. itsisippi, but now resides in Chicago. the most skilled physicians and the I For the past six year he had The church was brilliantly illumi, long and constant attention of his been supexintendent of the Sunflower inated with many candles and .decor- wife until Monday morning of last' county convict farm and met his lated in quantities of shasta dmme week, v-hen he was taken to Touro death while attemlting to capture ferns and palms. Infirmary in New Orleans. His re- several convicts who had escaped. It The wedding march from Lohen mains were taken to his former seems that he and a friend, Mr. W. I grin was beautifully rendered by Mrs. home in Shreveport, La., and interred D. Parker, a member of the Board Albert James, as the hridal party en- on Tuesday morning, many prominent of Supervisors, and two negro trus- ttered, led by the ushers, Messrs. Louis citizens of the Pelican State acting ties, were hunting for five escaped Bahin and Edward Salmon. as honorary and active pallbearers. I prisoners and met them in the road The bride entered on the arm of Mr. Ford, who was a great loverwhen the shooting began. Mr. Ba-ther father and was lovely in an ex- of bird shooting, came to this corn-! bert, it seems, evidently ran ahead quisite gown of white georgette, trim munity several years ago and having I of the two negro trusses, who, in reed in val lace and made ove satin, bought considerable real estate estab-ifiring at the prisoner shot him draped in the prevailing style and lished a country home near Woodville, i through the upper part of both legs. looped with pearl ornaments. She where he spent his summers and came i A doctor was near at hand and in wore an exquisite old brooch, an at frequent intervals on huntingl fact arrived within five minutes af- heirloom for many generations in the tripe With both Mr. and Mrs. Ford ter the accident, but the wounded Bahin family--a quaint French poke it was a pleas"ure indeed for them tel man died two hours later from loss bonnet made of ribbon completed give up the life in the city to speno of blood. " this handsome toilet. She carried a a vacation in their beautiful country l The deceased, who was forty-four shower bouquet of bride roses and home, surrounded a greater portion years of age and a son of the late lilies of the valley. of the time with their relatives and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Babers, was born Immediately after the wedding cot- friends who came to share these in the western portion of this county teeny a reception followed at the pleasures with them. It was here and lived there until be reached his family home in Arlington Height's, that our people met him and soon hel majority, when he left to accept a which was beautifully decorated for gained a warm place in the hearts of. position in the Delta. 2-It was a most th occasion in shasta daisies, potted many of them. He was a generous. !deservedly popular young man. In plants and ferns. The dining room big-hearted and charitable man, and fact no one in his section of our was attractive in the setting of the one who was never too busy to take'county was more generally beloved, ! bridal table an interest in and share his time and and we understand that he was held There were many attractive and means with his friends. Such a man in the same esteem in his new home handsome gifts received. was certain to gather friends around in Sunflower county. This writer had Mr. and Mrs. Brandon left on the him from all walks of life. It known Will Babers since his early night train for a visit to the groom's was in his home, however where his: childhood and we knew him to be a relatives in Baton Rouge before going character shone with greatest splen-young man of sterling character and to their home in Chicago.--Natchez dor. He was a most tender, kind: one whose friendship was to be Democrat. and indulgent husband, and although , prized. He was a devoted son and This wedding i of interest to he had no children, he showered upon l brother, a hsving and affectionate many of our readers in this county leo Wit all re'Ford hiSe nieceshandlneDhews wa a manasfather's husband, tender and kind father, and as the groom, who is news prominent " 'a true and loyal friend. He is sur- electrical engineer of Chicago, is the in ail that the word implies and his! viced by a heart-broken wife and two son of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Brandon, who presides completing her business course, ar- death came nsa serious loss to this little children and one sister, Mrs. of West Feliciana parish, and the the Half-Way rived here Tuesday to spend a short: community as well as to his homei W. H. Morgan, of this town, and one brother of Dr. J. W. Brandon, Jr., y, was vacation with her parents, Mr. and city--New Orleans The people of i brother, Mr. E. M. Babers, of Green- I Mrs. Kirk Rabb. this community join with this writer viUe, to all of whom we extend the . fin extending heartfelt sympathy to! sympathy of our entire community Greases and Lu-) Mr. and Mrs. W W. Hutcheson and' the bereaved wife and other lovedi in this time of great sorrow. of Woodvlle. He has many relatives and friends in tbis county who wit] join us i extending congratulations and best, wishes. came down their cousin, Springs, said that i on a visit to friends, this week, passed an order, by re-i were looking :-- I puest of the State Live Stock Sent-i I Bertha L Lewis, elder raughter tary Board, providing for the build-i of Mr and "Mrs. Robert Lewis, lefti mg of a fence along the line between! home sever.! Thursday morning for Camp Rivai Wilkinson and Amite counties from SPent a few weeks Lake near Winchester, TEA., where! Stephenson to Gloater.. Tlis fence I after the close  -.- ;n ....  *wo months at tlmt)is made necessary y the act tha i Mississippi. camp for grls. Mrs. Lews aecom-lcattle from Amte county, wn.c! Ytc?e CaDmr i --;" ',,,,= ,e- ..... ,,__.__,, .... ,o New Orleans.. ]acrosst nave noz een rappen regu.,ariy, comethe line into Wilkinson, thus zan . . ....  [ The Democratic executive commit-I makm.g t mposs]bl e to eradicate he on a visit' _ .......... t rectory. the ticket for absent voters will be i condtmns exm. at the  tee of this county ives notice that treks m thm county as long as such  t printed next week, so if there are White and little'l any candidates who have not already t " home on:pal d their assessments as made by ll - two weeks'i the committee, they should do so at il t in Jack-!once. ' CHEAP t 'Our attention las been called to 1 EXCURSIONS V I T. Ward, and Mr. E. S. ! were via- ! after- s and Miss Hazel spent SaL here as the Chaa. A. little son, Billie, who are now located ones. ' / Mr. J. K. Stone, whose term as at Poplarville, where Mr. Hutcheson t A CARD OF THANKS. is engineer for construction work on! In order to expedite the work of  ouito t erpdlthl ghimpnt f -- i .............  ...... O_ a highway, motored over to Woodville' tick eradication in this county, .the I clot'hing was made last week for the and spent Friday and Saturday here; Board of Supervmors, a: lS meeung Near East Relief The committee Henderson and Texas, o a visit to her llen in this, Miller, W. Holmes in Jackson the guests of of Tensas the siers. tad Mrs. L. E. relatives. an error which occurred in the pro- principal of the A. H. School here expired on July 1st, left here Tues- day morning accompanied by Mrs. extends its thanks to the contributors, I Stone and two children for Harrison- with special acknowledgement of the[burg, La.,  spend the summer witb .... v ^ b - M "oland and The remtive air Stone nau serves as --ublican Resectfull "' I principl of the local school for four MRS R M McGEHEE, Chairman I years and durmg that tme had ren- ....... :-- "1 dered most efficient and satisfactory You can get the pure ice cream at] service, and besides had identified retail or in quantities when you want himself with all movements for the ,:-,--Plitt's Baker,. good o the county, so had made . marry warm and loyal friends, as had on- Uread Mother's Bread, made his wife also. We join with these in New Orleans, fresh daily at D. L friends in expressing regret over their r.Tn,g departure, and the hope that they ......... __. may find friendsas numerous in their . _,___. future . Every Sunday VIA Yazoo & Miss. Valley R. R. Between all stations, where one-way fare is $6.00 or lessround-trip excursion fare approximately ONE FARE PLUS 25 CENTS Good for return until 8:00 a. m., Monday following. Half-fare for children. Excursion tickets on sale Sundays, May 6 to September 30. BIG DANCE Woodvill, Thursday, July 12 Music by Bud Scott's Band Everybly Invited This promises to be one of the most delightful occasions of the kind ever given in this town, so be sure to be at the New Hall in Woodville on next Thursday evening. I II I I I III I I ienllwood 00aril FOR TICKETS AND PARTICULARS, SEE AGENT. WeIville, - - , I I I I I i T I| I II r I |I | I ,T PURINA 0'MOL[N[ i i | r I am agent for this wonderful all-grain MULE and HORSE FEED. It is the safest, coolest and Best Summer Feed, made of Select Grain, with just a sprinkling of Alfalfa Meal, Linseed Meal and Cane Syrup to finish it off. Every grain of Oats has been crushed, thus insuring full tood value and eliminating all waste. It is the Feed that will put New Pep and Energy in your work stok. I II ceedings of the Board of Supe'isors of the May term as published in this paper, showing a warrant for A. B. Thomas for $126.75 for road work, when the correct amount should have been $39.55. The Board of Supervisors met in regular session on Monday morning and affer-transactig routine business proceeded with the work of equaliz- is now era-! ing the land and personal assessment of the State lrolls" The work of equalizing the in_ Jackson, it rolls will keep the Board in session here with for approximately three weeks, --:- This town and vicinity was well represented at the celebration in Natchez on the Glorious Fourth. Those who attended reported that a large crowd was out at Duncan Park in that city to enjoy the occasion. The people of this county just naturally enjoy a visit to our sister town of Natchez- A number of young people, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Stockett and Mrs. W. F. Tucker, Dampf, spent five days at the TavJy Island Jr., and Club House on a delightful house to Water- party. Several out.of-town guests returning were present to add to the pleasures and every minute of the stay wM heartily enjoyed. Among the relatives and friend from a distance who attended the funeral of Mr. W. W. Babers here on Monday were: Mr W. W. Babers and little daughter, Mrs. Sberman and Mary McLain, and Messrs. W. D. Parker of Mr. and ian d j. A. Ely, of Morehead; Mr. E. after. M. Baben, of Greenville; Mr. B. F. on a visit to Babers, of Baton Rouge; and Mr. E, Thoma V. Davis, of New Orleans. -; Mis, The protracted meeting at the from the court house in this town, which will arrived begin on August 26th, and continue a position for twelve days, will have the co- at the A. operation of the five protestant churches of Woodville. The meeting at the Baptist church will begin on a pep- Thursday, July 19th. As these are Orleans, the only two revival meetings planned on a visit for our town this summer they should and is be well attended. MxF, Mr. William Davis, known to his friends as "Parson," who owns the Woodlawn plantation in the fourth district and who was in town Mort, end day, reported to this wter that his Celebrat- eotton crop was looking fine and the evening weevils doing very little dama., and that he had prospects of a good yield of corn. That's the kind of crop re. ports that we enjoy hearing, us we of this have believed all along that the crops 4th, ! of this county would turn out much better than has been generally pre- dicted. different  .__:__ We had the pleasure of meeting in our town on Wednesday afternoon ill] his reg.] our friend, Mr. Walker Wood, edito! Woodville! of the Wtnona Times and now a prom- Sun-! inent candidate for secretary of The State, who was here in the interest held at this of his campaign. Mr. Wood has B o'clock visited sixty-ix counties in Missis. slppi and we are glad to know that he elected has met with such an encouraging of this I reception as to assure him of oleo- con- ! tlon to the office to which h aspires. trustees l Walker Wood is well quahfied for worlc! the office cf secretary of state and is Over to this! a man who is worthy of any honor and that may be bestowed upon him, so distri] we hope that our county will give him st good majority on Agast 7th. . M. TR[PPENDAHL ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING. WOODVILLE, MISS. mr E. M. KE, E, Manager, Mi,siIppl I I I ill i Ill I I SMOKE--- "THE CIGAR THAT SELLS." sam ROSSO DISTRIBUTOR WOODWiLLE, MISS. FOR SALE FINE, SELECTED, ONE AND TWO YEAR OLD BULLS. They carry no cold blood at all. All are Grade Red Polls. all Muler and from good milk strains, $30.00 $50.00 each for ui Also some fine yearling heifers. J. S. McGehee, LAUREL HILL, LA. McGEHEE' RED SEED RELIABLE SEED. a . Watch this Space FOR Spe,:ial Announcement a W OODVI LLE MISSISSIPPI i i:? Men; Get in t] ". Well Dre:000000ed Circle. We have On display CURLIEE'S LIGHT WEIGHT WORSTEDS. The handsome finish to these clothes is the result of watchful carte in overt detaiil of manufacture, We have full line of :i GENUINE LORRAINE ;: SUITS ;n a wide ringe of sizes and ttyle& DON'T SWELTER; COME IN AND BUY A COOL, COMFORTABLE SUIT. ---" :fA We also have a full llne .i':] SUMMER UNION SUITS ] in fact - A FULL LINE OF - GENTS' FURNISHINGS planlers MerCWH 0 W 00 D V ILL, MISSISSIPPI  EASY TERMS WILL BUY IT ENJOY THE INSPIRING MUSIC OF FAMOUS ARTISTS THE PRICE CAN BE ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR OWN DESIRE. COME IN AND TALK IT OVER; A SMALL CASH PAYMENT WILL BRIIG THE NEW EDISON TO YOUR HOME, xTq'OO00D The Bdsy Druggist. TELEPHONE 8-J Woodville, Mis, H. JONES, Latwyer. Real Estate Bought and $old on Commission. Offieeln court house, "Woodville. Mi. DR. W. "W . MONTFORT, Dentist Woodville0 Mi. Crown and Bridge work a Specialty, Odd Fellows' Bldg, Phone 41-J F. Tue-ker Clay B. Tucker TUCKER & TUCKER lawyers, Woodville, -:- Miss. Oiee south 0rnr public sqnare DR. C. E, CATCIIINGS Physician and Surgeon. Woodville, Miss Ofle in McGehee Buih DR. R. F. PAYNE, Kye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office liout 2 te i p, m. at Hospital, St*plasma, Ms. 4-8-1922-1y DR. J. W. BRANDON, Jl Phrsiclan and Surf[col% y , Voodville, Miss. Office on second floor of Fellows Building, D. C. BRAMLETTg " Lawyer :"!" ' " Woodville, Mi. Office ih Bdek BUilditg, Comme,ia Row. Phone 44-R. H. C. LEAK " ; lawyer ' ,';, ,Ci' Woodville, MISS. ' = Office on ground floO cf Cert H@il ::