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July 14, 1923     The Woodville Republican
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July 14, 1923

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14, 1923. July t2, !923. .... 27.25 26 ,% @ -O PERSONAL ] SPent Thursday m t visit to his mother, was the Lest of etmt H. H. 4 Detroit, i: Michigan, the week after here on a visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Oden. t Bixbop Will .Mercer Green will preach at St. Paul's Episcopal church in this town tomorrow, Sunday, m.rn- ing at 11 o'clock. In the afternoon at ,qve o'clock hc qll preach at Pincknevvile. Mr. D. H. WaIlace has begun the cons:ruction of a new home on th site of bis old one, which ha been at Ashwood Ranch torn down. The contract i3 in the /capable hands of Mr. Albert Ptitt, ;u local contractor. and Clarence were in: Mr. J. M. Montgomery, of the i rorthern part of the county, who was t of Rosetta," in town Monday morning informed tEis writer that the pesof.rcc at Ire- on Thun;- i land, near his home, hai been discon- tinued, l : "'---- ----r: -- i I "le mayor of I Mrs. H. C. Leak and two children . few hours in returned home Monday ex-ening from On business, t a week's v!s':t to her friend, Mrs. C. ] C. Greer, in Fayette. Mr. Leak went left Tuesday up Sunday morning, in his car and where he had accompanied them home. to look after. Fayette, came is now visiting in thi town. spent Wednes- on legal bufiness, same evening. Spent: the first of and Baton trip of' a few spent week as the Jack Red- during the time La., on to relatives and i up last week a visit to his  Mrs. Thus. little daughter, on a visit to he," Mrs. John E. and Gor- were in morning for a Mr. and Mrs. J." A. Masey and two children will leave this afternoon or tomo-ow mornmg for Madisnn coun- ty on a visit to his father and sider. They will make the trip through tee country in their automobile. , Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pharos, w.o are now making their home in Lex- ington, Miss., where he is superin- tending a road contract, spent last tweek here on a visit to Mr. and Mr:;. I j. C. Whetstone and to Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Pharos. The Board of Superb-leers of this county is still holding doll3 sessions. being engaged in the work of re. vising the land and personal tax rolls. This work will doubtless k.ep the supervisora busy until the lat:er part l o the month.. I Mr. C. S. Miller, who arrived here I recently to take the position as as- t istant agriculturist at the A. H. l t- "'n I So,eel, went do to New Orleans. came up from the week end miles west of and Thee. were in' Gn Thurs- and little dau ,- Monday on i Ortean and of Hammond. evening on Mr. and Mrs. Bell and H. L. district, were in l their]i E. Co!lure. They returr-od home on for Jr., and Mrs. l Monday morning aecompaniM by his third district, mother, Mrs. L. H. Greaves, and by for a few home last a delightful and sister and little came llp her parent, C. Day. agent for the Co., who county, spent here. Who now has a l | Department I . w ot-:aUlmtting down cement sidewalks ifi this town is being pushed bowl. The gifts for the bride-elect, ins as rapidly as the weathe will permit a quantity of useful articles for the advent of the warms dry weatlt'. The walks that have already bee.n kitchen, were presented her in a large The cotton crop is Salting on fruit and completed have caused many favor- clothes basket by Miss Nyma Me. the plant is floOrishlng, and at thg able eommen, to both Mr. B. II. Bass Craine, dressed as an old negTo same time the hot weather is bringing the contractor, and to Mr. Lazarus, mammy, a character she has before death to the weevits The corn crop tb- builder who has charge of the taken to perfection, as is well kr..o'.'n, is also giving more promise each day.] ,b c,::. She delivered her burden with a While the crops of this county have e --: clever little poem in dialect full of suffered to some extent from the A motihg of the Democratic ex- amusing and good advice. Each over-abundance of moisture, we be- cu:ivq committee o '-' " e."]l ..,ks count3 wili guest was then asked to write her lieve that our crops Will compare .q , one of the old this. county was in on Tues- met with after. Mrs. W. F. afternoon at 1 mthMes Tenn., a vslt of july Clearance t:o held at the court house in Wood favorite recipe, the collection to be favorably with any in the state. , :'i!le on Tueaday morning, July 24th an interesting and useful souvenir People who visit this county report "{. 00l00a'e a 1! o'clock, for the purpose of per- for the bride-elect, and Mrs. R. A, that the crops of Wilkinson county:a! footing arrangements for the first J. Sessions was presented with the are far better than most other ec. , primary eleclion, which is to be held prize, an egg-beater, for the most tlons that they have visited. Stchl on Tue:-xty, August 7th. At this original. The old-fashioned and live- a thing as a crop failure ts unheard meeting officers ofelection will be aI ly -ame of was of in this county, i'. i Beginning pointed av.d those candidates who'.then played with reat zest for a _ Wednesday July have no oppomtion will be declared while, aft,r which the bride's cake] NOTICE, the pay nominees. OLher impor- was cut. and delicious brick ice cream Bids will be received by the Board  a Lan business molters will recdi'ei and cake were served in tin plates, I of Supervisors of Wilkinson county,  Continuing to ' this kitchenware being presented also Mississippi, up to 11 o'clock a. m., on attention.. i to the honoree aa an additional use-] the liras Monday, the 6th day of  uyTUesJa-- o.ytuL- o ," The Schtoss Company of this town i AugtLst, 1923, to rebuild bride  will put on a July Clean Sale be- I ful remembrance of-the occasion, across Mud Creek at R. N. Bryant's   i --: in fifth district according to specifica. -inning r.t xt We,Inca,to), July 18th, i CARD OF THANKS. I tions on file. Board reserves thel and continuing tw:o weeks. 1he page l advertisement in this ssue wiIi give I To the many friends who were so right to reject any and all bids. kind, thoughtful and sympathetic This llth (toy of July, 1923. you some idea as to the large num-Iffo]loxdng the deplorable death of our her of bar,alas that you will find loved one, W. W. Sabers, we wish to 7-14-1923-4w. daring" thi big reduction sale. The ex:end our heartfelt thanks. valuus are here at the lowest prices. so it is up to you to take advantage of this suit. Rw.ember no goods will tse old at the salt.' prices until the NOTICI, TO THE PUBLIC, morr:!r4: of the iob, sa be on hand early and get your pick. 31samaippi State Cofloge for Women ...... , a uy ottice on duly 1Oh, at 2 The Board of EleCtion Commission .... ,. LOC, I'. 1. era will meet on r, ext, a, ,ndah, this JNO. C. DAY, Superintendent. being the third Monday in July, to'l begin the work of revising the re EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WILL TOU/g C/* Station and poll books of this county, l HOLD MEETING. The ,awmakes it mandatory for this' All members of the Democratic M" " eD, board to meet in each county in the: Executive Committee 0 this county state at this time. In hia count5, are requested to mbet at the court where a new registration has just;, house in Woodville at !1 &clock on been completed, it will be found that: Tuesday morning, July 24th. This a number of persons have registered meeting ,:; an importan one and a t00et"- l'n the who will not be entitled to parici- full membership should be present, k pate in the approaching primary, and ROBERT LEWIS, Chairman. PRICE $525 , ,. Well Dressed Circle. W. L. "HAYS, Clerk. s( Bargains in Every Departmen[ ,a,':y aca of khldness wilt never be . e 1 ' " forgotten, t WIFE, SISTER AND BROTHER. IT'S WORTH TItE MONEY p Appointments will be made to the!  W D V I L L Ei M I S S ! S S i P P ][ O @ , such names xtiit be passed on by the election commissioners. Bond Bread, Mother's Bread, nmda Quite a number of the precincts of in New Orleans, fresh daily at D. L this county are without voting booths. CUblBO'S. -: so requests for these bomhs have been QUARTERLY CONWERENCE. made to this xTiter, as chairman of Thursday morni to bring back al the executive committee, by several The Third Quarterly Conference Ford car that he purchased from thel voters in different parts of the county, of the Woodville charge, M. E. church, dealer in his home town. i We promlly appeared before the South, will be held in the Methodist : [ Board of Supe.rvisors and were as- church at Woodville next Sunday, A delightful dance, with music bY lsured that the booths would, of July 15th, at 4 o'clock. All official Bud ScotCs band, of Natchez, was I ccm-se, be furnished as soon as it of the charge, including church con- greatly enjoyed by a large number of[ lovers of this amuzement from this I could be ascertai5ed ju how many ference secretaries, are urged to be will be needed. In order to get this preent. Visitors are welcome. community and from , neighboring information we shall ask that the, Preaching at 11 a. m. by Roy. $. R. counties and parishes a the ball in t  peace and returnina officcra at the Jones, presiding elder. Woodvi!le on Thursday evenlntz. H.G. HAWKINS. : i approaeLi::g p:-m:ary look into this :. This section has been experiencing! matter and rego,'t to the executive Besides the best fancy groceries, the first really warm weather of the committee. : we have delicious lunches always on season during the week, hut i  Mrs. It. B. McGehee, Mrs. M t'. hand. Plltt' Bakery. most welcome. Such weathe: is i Scet and Mra. R. E. L. Coon ,ere REVIVAL MEETING AT WHITE'S death to boll weevils and most favor-1 able for cotton, so we hope it is here! joint hostesses at the home of the SCHOOL HOUSE. last named lad:, on Wednesday after. The revival meeting at Wite's i to remain fo: a time, at least. I noon at a ve- enjoyable affai:-, a School House will begin next Sunday, In one iss -d to the  kitchen shower, given in honor of July 1, with preaching at 11 a. m. 1 - "  Mi.s IIelen Argue. whose marriage and 2,p. m. All are requested to come irrriage of Mr. Roy E. Cox, a=:vi- "_o M:. Roy E. Coy. will take place with dinner in baskets. Friends and cuhuE: at the A. H. School, and nex. Wdne::dav Eve, detit of the public invited. Mia Helen Argue, daughter of Mr.{ this entertainment was ciever!y plan- H.G. HAWKINS. and Mrs. Gee. Argue, which will be: ed and perfectly carried out, thus .................... celebrated a the Methodist church making it one of the moat attractive NOTICE. in this town on nex: Wednesday of- parties ven here for a long time. i ids qlt be received by the Board telncon at 4 0"ctoek. Mrs. Coon's home, always lovely in of Supervisors of Wilkin.on County, Mr. and 3Irs. F. M. Greavea, of Sol, uorgeousi[s settingflowerOf handsomebed, was i=ist;.ctW !ii; ' egsr, t i Mis#szippi,M,d,up to ll2ohrekO'Cloeklthe fa'dol'yom"wi 3ng ton, came down Saturday evening in decorated with profusion of flowers, I roads in the fifth dirict for a term their automobile and .pent Sunday here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. yellow being the color scheme in he, of one year commencing August 1st, large living-room and green and 1923, and ending August Is-t, 1924: white in the d'.ni-room. The in- 'Sims" C. N. McCraine, Silver Creek and Crooked Creek roads, contractor viatmns to thi shower were '.n ver.e, to keen aH ditches onen and roads in writte - ne.gTe dialect: anJ he good traveling condition. Board rp- guess upon arrival were er'e;; with' _,,m-%s the right to reject any and all punch in ti cups b Mrs. J. K. bids. Sessien and Mrs. Seo* bandana' This llth day of J-Iv. 192a. ..... , W.L. HAYS, Clerk. handkerchiefs being used,to make a %1.1 .... '9 )+-4w. J PU00tN/i 0'M0I[00[ i i ii i I am agent for this wonderful all-grain MULE and HORSE FEED. it is the safest, coolest and Best Summer Feed, mtde of Select Grain, with just a sprinkling of Alfalfa Meal, Linseed IVeal and Cane Syruptc finish it u-'ft. Every grain of Oats has been crushed, thus insuring full food value and eliminating all waste. their .wo daughters, Misses Katherine and Lucile Greaves, who had been visiting here a the same home. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. J. Sessions en- teained the directors of the Com- mereial Bank of this town at a four- course dinner on last Friday even- ing'. Those present besides the host and hostess were: Mr. and Mrs. D H. Wal!ace, Mr. and Mrs. Lyttleton Lewis. Mr. S. O. Stockett and Mr. S. C. Bull. District Attorne:, R. E. Bennett ! of Meadvitle, stopped over in Wood-i Wile for a few hours on Thursday! mooning on his reurn from Adam! courtly where he attended a big po- It is the Feed that wilt put NeW. Pep and Energy in-your work stock. ir - , , o . (. TREPPENDAHL Equipped with self-starter and demountable rims. LEONARD ( Wimly) WOOD We lava o,, ,pl. Sales Age.t, CuRLllZl'$ LIGHT WEIGH'f" WOODVILLE, MISS. "WORSTEDS/ -- ................. i The aaniote nls to t*. |otif "is the result of watchful care in /iory detaiil of manufecture. o'o's w. ,,.. 0, , :, m NU|NE LORRiN Z rl Woodville, Miss. SUITS The Store where you can b. wUt. rns a .t,  yi.t get what you want, when DON'T SWE.TER! you want it and always COME IN AND BUY A COOL, at the right price. COMFORTABLE SUIT. D. L. Cumbo. ,.,, ,in. 1 SUMMER UNION IiUIT$ "J I III I II I I III III , A FULL LINE OF GENTS' FURNISHINGS WOODVILLE. MISS. ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING the! !itieal gathering at King.on. Mr y.! Bennett m a candidate to succeed himself as district attorney of thia district and expressed himself as well pleased with his c!mnces. We are glad to report that the Bard of Sunervisors of Adams coun- ty has had the road through the Ho- mochitto swamp on the Prentiss High. way repaired, and will re-gravel it as soon as conditions will permit. This road was badly damaged several monthsago by a flood and since that time has been extremely rough, so it is to be hoped that the work of graveling will soon begin. Mr. W. . Newman, /tgent.for tick eradication of tlfiz county who has Arm Belle. ieen Wdrking in Amite county also. last Friday informed this "writer timt plans i:rd: a few weeks now being verfected to enforce thc i "Ja,] dipping regulation in those sections o; Amite county where the eaft ! owne had refused to dip their'cat- Pe6p|e 'r...' tlc.m -To this end the Federal Govern- do wnfd' ment vdl! place men there and bni4 ! even-t a vat at some Centrally located point I t6 which all cattie mtst be brought to be dipped. A regular army aml will be located 'and ilcnflwood E, M. KEE, Manager, " Woodville, - - - Mississippi Planlcrs 00ercullle C0 WOODVILLE liSiflfl|PPi __ # NEW EDISON SMOKE "THE CIGAR THAT SELLS." sm R0ss0  T EASY TERMS WiLL BUY IT ENJOY THE INSPIRING MUSIC 01 " FAMOUS ARTISTS.. THE PRICE CAN BE ARRANGED TO SUIT YOUR DESIRE COME IN AND TALK IT OVER; A SMALL CASH PAYMENT WII-BRINGTi NEW EDISON TO Your HOME T. WOOD The Busy Drugg, st. TELEFHONE s4 rod,file.  A. H. JelqES lwy. DISTRIBUTOR Real Estate B0v/gl/t and flbld .:.- -oa Commmai0n. WODWILLE, MIS. Ofllcen cour h0m/e, Woodvie, Mi -- | FOR SALE "" FINE, SELECTED. ONE AND TW C fld B/dd Work a 8pea|sit#. YEAR OLD BULLS. Odd Fellow# Bldg; Phone 414 The# carry no cold Idootl st *iL m are Gxad Red Polls, all Mulet W.F. Tucker Clay B. Tacket from good milk sFa/ns, tK0.00 .rod TUCKER 1 "llt[ SOt4)0 each or each. Wy01 Also some me ymllng helfertr. W60dviltOt -: lffi LAUREL HILL, LA, 6.:C. F. CATCHiG$ IIHEE'S RED RUSTFI0Or #ty,M=  etg,'eit. : SEED OATS. RLIABLE LESPEDEZA SKD. W06dvllle, [i.. DR. R. IF. PAYNE, 4Sy, Nose mtd Throat Cee h?  to  p. m. t Stluson, Miss. DR, J. W. tRANI)Om, hys|clan and Surs Woodville, -. 0rode on Fellows -D.I )Me,'