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T i00oward 00hilllpe, or 00aton, KtY KLUX BARBECUE, I killi0000 occn00ed at night at a hei00 of Mary C00sp, Oeceased; U00-I Oi,t i Pouge,.arrived hre ,uffdayn a   . dance, or frolic, where there was tknown heirs of W. M. r CTisp, deceas- I t&amp;o weeks' visit to his siste;, Mr Centreville, Thursday, August 16th--- I quite a crowd of negroes and prac- Ied; unknown heirs of C F. Sims, de- ll. 1('23. I F. E. J:ne.  An lnterestlng and Enjoyable tically all of them drunk, where there ceased; Mrs. Fannie Aaron White; I " I eye witnesses to the killin all unknown parties in interest; " %'f Program Dinner on the was some . t 9 1923. Tie chairmen of the coimittees to: it seemed at the time of the trml, an: All of aid persons known and un- 24 C)  plan for the Union Revival meeting Ground. has sifice developed that all pattie..- known are dfendant; in a suit of PERSONAL t l "Q --="---- - O] spent Thursday home the Jog. Redhead. of to Wood- Centrevitle. which is to be held at the court house . - . . ................ n Next Thursday August 16th is thc are ::t.Ke(l O meec ac tfie nrlLla ,  , : " .......... a" date of the big Ku Klux Barb-cu'e CnUCI Oil Eext luesaay aiernoon ' , . which is to be given at Centreville, t (" ClOCk. , . under the ausplces of the Gloster, ', - --" "*-ttiosbur Liberty Stephenson, Cntreville and i ,tlr. A. .at mltn, oi aa _ ; v" " "" "'--  " " " ........ o. ... , ,r Miss Ruth vooovnle rmns veryoooy m tonsil 't'?'vv'hof't'he'same'town, ar# cordially invited to attend The i llOtlll1S 'O .  , ' " I rh'ed here during the first of the dinner will be free bu the commit-t week on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. tee xill gladly accept, cakes and 1 J. Smith, and to other relatives, i salads from ladies desiring to con- _ .___ tribute. The program for the day [ Mr. E. D. Ogden, a progressive will be interesting and enjoyable, farmer living seven miles west oi consisting of addresses by prominent Woodville, has tl-.e honor of bring- orators, ahletic contests, horse races. present were too drunk to give an Foster Creek Lumber und Manufac- I account of the killing, and too at the turing Company, a corporation, tel time the fatal .':hot was fired, the de.! confirm and quiet iLs title to the land ceased was advancing on the said l in Wilkinson county, State of Mis- Feltus with a pistol in a shooting po.i sissippi, described as the Northeast sition, it was shown upon the hear-t Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of ig in this case b." good white testa- Section 37, Township 3, Noah, Range mony that thi nezro Frdtus ha[ I, West, and to remove cloud there. never been in any trouble in his life from: until this time, was from a good You are commanded to appear be. family of negroes, and had always fore the Chancery Court of the bec, n a hard working peaceful neffroi County of Wilkinson, in said State, l until the date og this killing. Hc on the first Monday of Sentember,! also has a wife and child that has A. D. 1923, to ktefcnd the suit of to Woodville returned home a Pleasant visit to ROuge. K. Sessions spent as of Dr. of Baton Wk end here E, James came up from and spent his family R. A. J. Sessions Sunday and With her rela- of Hammond. on a visit and Mrs. H. B. Robertson, of of the week mather, Mrs. J. left on Thurs- Hattiesburg on Miss Anita two little sons. last Satur: F.F. and son. of New a isit of a Parents, Mr. and l to ve 1 be setices at I tomorrow, Sun- o'clock. [ of Crystal] the week here fs and aunt, Roy. Railroad Cdm- in thi town. patoffice building new coat. Who has been on a visit D. E. Holt, re. M. onday. G. McGehee having Mr. Hqlt, Sewanee. McNeely, of the week mother, Mrs. other re!ative of Frank- the first to relatives ere guests of ; Rahb on Wed- did not meet of the nri- t next Tuesclay with Mrs. K , Jr., 6f Jack- today mornin uneaten here and Mrs. H. B. C. H. Ney- Harry Peck. Whitaker, of esda to Port on to movini and has a po. at Pollock here on a and Mrs. Who has been Oeans and few weeks. the second E. Farrar, of ending the a visit to his W. F. Best Hattie here Week on a H, Henley, arid little Vincent first Mr. is now holm. ing in the firs open boll of cott.on baseball game, picture show, and for the scason, which was received parade This is to be one of the at our office on Thursday afternoon, really big events in the history of : I this section, which you cannot afford Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Morris and l to miss. children and Mr. and Mrs Wallace While this barbecue is to be given Bernard, of Thibodaux, La., spent several days here last week on a visit to Mr. J. B. Roland and to other rel-' atives They made he trip through the country in Mr. Morris' sedan. Mr. Fred Martens, of Summit came over last Sunday after- noon and spent two days here on a visit to his mother, Mrs. Ellen Mar- tens, and to other relatives, return- ing home Wednesday morning. We had the pleasure of meeting iv our town this week our friend, Mr. Chas. A. Coon, who now has a po- stion in the Delta, and who was here on a short visit to relatives and friends in this, his former home. Mr. C. S. Massey, of Pickens. ar- rived here Wednesday afternoon on a visit to his son, Mr. J. A. Massey, and to his family, this being his first visit to Woodville. We hope his stay here will be a pleasant one. Dr. C. T. Thomson has requested us to give that he will fill his I monthly appointment at the Preby- i terian church in this tom tomorrow, t Sunday, with services at 11 o'clock in the morning and at 8 o'clock in the evening, a which time the union service will be held. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sterling, Miss Halite Sterling and Mr. Carte=" Ster- ling, of Jackson, spent Saturday here as the guest of Mr. S. C. Bull. and on he following day v-ere guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. McGehee at Laurel Hill. Messrs. Hal S. Tucker and William H. Catchings, both ef whom gradu- ated in pharmacy in June at the University of Misi3sippi, have ac- cepted positions, Tucker being lo- cated at Vicksburg and Catchings at Patterson, La. M:. Hall, representative of The Richardson Company, of New Or- leans and Cincinnati. was here to superintend the putting on of the roof of the new residence of Mr. D H. Wallace, for which that company furnished the shinglem Mrs. Herman Faust, who has been raking her home in Shreveport, La., for some time past. mid who has now moved to Vicksburg v-here Mr. Faust has a position, arrived here during th week on a visit to her mother, Mrs..XV,D. Anderson, and to othez ways glad. to see her back home. Rev. David E. Holt, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church, left here Monday morning for the University of the Sceath at Sewanee where he will spend a couple of weeks attend- ing a Eible School. We hope that his stay there will be pleasant and profitable and that he will return home with renewed vigor to take up the work in which he has been so successfully engaged in this com- munity. Engagement Announced. "/" bIrs. Lydia Netterville Brannan announces the engaffemen and up- proachlng marriage of her daughter. Anita, to Mr. Edward Cary Corley, the rites to be solemnized a the Christian church, in Woodville, Miss., on Wednesday, August 22, 1923.-- Hattieaburg American The above announcement will be read with interest by a large num- ber of relatives and' friends of Mis Brannan in this county, all of whom will join with us in extending con. gratulations and beg  . wishes in ad- vancc. .. There [ll be no preaching rvice at the Chriian church on Sunday, August 12th. Brother Steele has asked me to preach for him in Mc- Comb on that day, and the members: remembering Ills whole.hearted ser- vice to the church hdre, unanimously consented to give up one service to help him. Sunday School will meet as usual at ten o'clock, followed by the regular observance of the Lord's Supper CLAUDE G. LARGE, Pastox. We are indeed sorry to learn of th e death of our esteemed friend, Mr. Henry D. Patterson, which occurred at his hoe in Temple, Texas, on Thursday, August 2rid. Ths vener. .able gentleman was a native of WiI- kihson county and one of the few silrvivors of Co. K, 16th Mississippi Regiment, which rendered such heroic service in .the caasd of the Cbnfed. eracy.. Mr. Patterson has, for the past few years, visited relatives and friends in this county each year, hav- ing beer here only a few months ago on his i, eturn from the Confederate Reunion. He was a high type of Christian manhood, a gentleman of the old chbol, and one whose death will be ],earned here with deep re- gret by many friends. To the Voters of the Second District of Wilklmmn County: I take this method ofatemptin# , to express my sincere appreciation for the splendid support given me o t Miss August 7th. The commission you] have bestowed" upon me carries a great amount of respons!bity, there- fore I ask that you gave rn your moral support and-co-operation, that I may accomplish more of those last Thur things that will be for the best in- terest of the district and county Again thanking you, I am by the Klans of the towns named. its objcdt is to bring the people of this section of the state closer to- gether, so everybody is most cor- dially invited. Any persona wishing I to contribute, whether members of I the Klan or not, may send such con-t tribugions to D. G. Anderson, at I Centreville. I MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE I COMMITTEE. t A meeting of the Democratic Ex- ecutive Committee of Wilkinson county was held in the court house at Woodville on Wednesday, Augrast 8th with the following members ]pres- ent: Robert Lewis, chairman; J. C. Whetstone, secretary; W. H. Mor- gan, Clarence Morris, F. E. White, Jo. Redhead, Henry Geter, J.B. . Rabb. A poll of the vote of Tuesday's primary election was madd and the following candidates, having receiv- ed a majority of the vote cast, were l declared the nominees: For State i Senator, D. C. Bramlette; For Rep-] resentative, W. F. Tucker; For As I zessor, E. E. Richardson; For Suoer. t v;ser 2nd dist., N. S. Cage; For'Su-1 pervi.or,3rd dst., R.,chard Wh:aker;l For Supervisor 4th dist., J. E. Car. I ter; For Justice of Peace 3rd di., 1 T. E. White; For Constable 3rd dist., t Leo Bailance. t The following names for the re- spective offices will appear on the official ballots of this county for the second primary to be held on Tues- day, August 28th, 1923: For Repre- sentative, W. J. Stockett and Alex K. Farrar; For Sheriff, H. A, Wood and C. H. Neyland; For Superin- tendent of Education, Jos. N. Miller and Mrs. Julia Fugler Mathis; For Board of Supervisors, 5th dist., T. G. Brown and R. L. Murray; For Justice of Peace 3rd dist., H. L. Coon and Thee Rushing; For Constable 2rd dist., M, L. Humphreys and Wil- lie McCraine. 'On motion the-"same officers of election were appointed to hold the second primary on Tueay, August 2$th. On motion the assessment of candi. dates for expenses of second primary, and preparation of tickets wa assi,ned to the chairman and the secretary. On motion the committee adjourn- ed to meet on Wednesday morning, August 29th, at 10 o'clock. ROBERT LEWIS, Chairmam J. C. WHETSTONE, Secretary. ...-.-.-- You can get t pure ice cream at retail or in qusutitles when you want it at Plltt's Bakery. PETIT1DN FOR PARDON. go the Honorable Lee M. Russell, Governor, and State Paradoning Board of the State of Mississippi: We, the undersigned resident cit- izens of Wilkinson county, Missis* sippi, would respectfully petition your Honorable Body to consider and your honorable body to consider and grant unto Willie Feltus a pardon. Petitibners would show that the said Willie Feltus is a colored rfian about 34 years old, and has a family, and was at the October, 1921, term of the Circuit Court of Wilkinson county, |ndlcted, tried and convic4ed of the crime of murder, and sent to the State Penitentiary for life. PetitiOners would show that tB no means of support except her own labor, the" have no means, and owin to the circumsLanc6s suound. ins the ki|lln" at the'time, we be- lieve that this negro ha been suciently punished, and if now turned loose would maqe a good and :.,eful citizen of his race. Hills. E. C. Adams and many others. g-II-1928-5w. NOTICE TO TAX PAYEP. Whereas, the County of Wilkin- sob ts without funds to defray its general expenses, notice is hereby given that the Eoard of Supervisor of said county, will a( 'its meeting on the first Monday of September, 1923, borrow $6.000.00 and execute loan warran therefor on the treasury [of said county, payable on February 15th. 1924. This August 9th, 1923. ?-II-1923-3w. W. L. HAYS, ClemL STATE OF MISSISSIPPI: To unknown heirs of John J. Morgan, deceased ; unknown heirs of D. B. Morgan & Bro., de, ceased ; unknown heirs of D. B. Morgan, deceased; unknown heirs of Beauregard Morgam deceased; unknown heirs of Ellen E. Allison, deceased; unknow heirs of H. T. Allison, deceased; unknown heirs of Satina Bradford, deceased; unknown heirs 6f W. H. Wheat, de- ceased; unknown h@irs of M. / Wheat, deceased; R. Gunst , a non- resident of the State of Mississippi, whoe port, office i unknown; un- known heirs of J. H. Allen, deceased; Airs. Edmonia Roberts; Eugene H. Roberts; Morris Jouvenat; L. B. Har- ris; Mrs. Emily J. King; C. C. Mac. Leod; Allison Lumber Company; all unknown parties tn interest: You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Wilkinson, in said State, on the first Monday of September. A. D. 1923. to defend the -uit in aid Court of Foster Creek Lumber and Manufacturing Company, a corpora- tion, wherein you are defendants. This 4h day of Augtmt, A. D. 1923 [Seal.] W.L. HAYS, Clerk -1 L-I923-4w. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI: To unknown heir of Walter Shrop. thire, deceased; unknown heirs of Wiley Shropshire, deceased; unknown heirs of Sallie Cavin, deceased; un. knom heirs of Moses Cavin,deceascd; unknown heirs of Tempe Partiw, de. ceased; unknown heirs of Orrin Par. tin, deceased; unknown heirs of Early Swayze, deceased; unknown heirs of D. M. Swayze, deceased; un- known heirs of Elizabeth Brown, de- ceased; unknown heirs of N. W. W. Brown, deceased; unknown heirs of J. P. CavOrt, de'ceased; unknown heirs of Mary J. Cavin, deceased; unknown heirs of Walter Shropshire. Jr., de- ceased; unknown heirs of Thomas Shrophire, deceased; unknown heirs of Willian Shropshire, deceased; un- known heirs of George Shropshire, deceased; unknown heirs of Wm. Shropshire, deceased; Wiley Shrop- shire, Guardian of Chesley McCear- ley; W. T. Cavin, Guardian of the heirs of Walter Shropshire, deceased; D. N. Swayze, Guardian of B. F. & G. W. Duty; unknown heirs of G. W. Duty, deceased; unknown heirs of Jane Shropshire, deceased; unknown heirs of Joseph Shropshire, deceased unknown heirs of Mary A. Crisp, d ceased; unknown heirs of John Sims, deceased; unknown heirs of Mary Sims, deceased; unknown heirs of Mrs. C. F. Sims. deceased; un- known heirs of Mrs. Celete F. Sims, deceased; D. P. Ellis; unknown heirs of D. P. Ellis, deceased; unknown Hill's Mixture One of .the Most Effective Boll Weevil Poisons on the Market EASY TO APLY, DOES NOT REQUIRE ANY EPENSIVE MACHINERY, AND WILL POSITIVELY KILL THE WEEVILS. TRY A FEW GALLONS. COME IN AND LET ME EXPLAIN IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY ACQUAINTED WITH IT. Purina O Molme MOST ECONOMICAL HORSE FEED, ABSOLUTELY SAFE, AND WHEN YOU CONSIDER +QUALITY AND RESULTS, CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER FEED ON THE MARKET, IF YOUR STOCK LOOKS RUN DOWN, OR NEED A CHANGE OF FEED GIVE iT A TRIAL, AND YOU WILL BE SURPRIS/ El) HOW QUICKLY !'1  BUILDS UP AND PUTS NEW LIFI AND "PEP" IN YOUR WORK STOCK. C. M. I00PP[NDAIIt. ODD I"ELLOWS  BUILDING, , WOODVILL MISS. said Foster Creek Lumber and Man. ufacturing Company, a corporation, wherein you are defendants This Ist day of August, A. D. 1923 W. L. HAYS, Ch, rk. [Seal.] 8-4-1923-4w. NOTICE. Proposals to loan the County of Wilkinson $6000.00, at a rate not more than 6 per cent per annum, and to mature on February 15th. 1924. will be received by the Board of Superxisors, of said county up to 11 o'clock a. m. on Monday, Sept<.mber 3rd, 1923. . This August 9th, 192. 8-11-1923-3w. W. L. HAYS, Clerk * LATEST AND BEST * * "* An Increaslnl, Lifelong Monthly * * Income if Totally and Perma-* * neatly Disabled by Aecldent or * * Disease Before Age Of 60. * * The Mutual Life lusurance * * Company of New York * * $100 a month during first five * * years, $150 during next five " * years, $200 thereafter for life. * * No further premium deposits. * * And then $I0,000 at your death * * to your beneficiary, or $20,000 * * if death at any age, is accidental, * * payable in:a single sum, or as * -M Then you ox'der clothes that are your measure by ROse &:Company you get exactly what ydu want-not wht som 0rid else thinks yew should have. ltoe tailoring will give satisfaction--your idea of it. "if it fails to meet with your ideas, no money need change hamds. And, please bear this iu mind -- a well til0red suit, cut and made according to yotr ideas, costs no m than a suit pulled from a pile of "/eady-mades." Themew Fall nd Winter styles now on dikplayem rain some wonderful creations-- and our /rices, r remarkably loW, enable you to effect a saVlr/g of Worn $5.00 to $10.00. A personal'visN Will demonstrate titm[ we can supply you with excepti0nal- good ldth a a ve low price, Schloss Company, igents | I I I 'cle. * income for a term of years or for * * months regarded, during further *I * continuance, as permanent. * I * Ftfll particulars of this Perfect *I * etfe Insurance Policy given *i * upon request. * " ::! Get in the * ABE COHEN, Aleut far * Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N.Y. * Woodville, Miss. " Well D00essed " * * * @ * * * * * * FORD TOURING CAR ., FOR SALE. * GOOD CONDITION. - '., APPLY TO lteMW00d MaHtel E. M. KEE, Manager. Woodviile, - Missiippi Cumbo's Grocery! Woodvflle, Miss. The Store where you can get what you want, when you want it and always at the right price. D. L. Cumbo. 5 SMOKE "THE CIGAR THAT SELLS." sam 000ss0 OiSTRIBtrrOft - wOODVVILLE, MISS. FOR SALE FINE, SELECTED, ONE AND TWO YEAR OLD BULLS. They carry no cold blood at all. All arl Grade Red Polls, aB Muley and frOm good milk. strains, 30.00 and $,00 h for cask. Also some  yearling ivaifm'g, J. S. McGehee," .LAURWL HILL, -L.. McGEHEE' R-- RUSTPROOF SEED OATS. ILIABLE LESPED SEgD. Thee Is No Work D.C. BILETTE Lawyer Woodvtlle, Mis Bric Building, Qommerai Row. Phone 4r-R. We have on dispit# CURLIEE'S LIGHT WEIGHT WORSTED*. The hand,*me finish to tbe eithe# Is the rult; of watchful car |il  taiil of nanufacture. We Jmve i full line of .: GENUINE LORIAINE  suITS in a wide radge of sies d syldd" DON'T SITER; ., COME IN AND BUY A COOLI I COMFORTABLE suiT. . -- . .: e also ha#e a full Ii  SUMMER UNION SUIT : in fact ,. A FUIL LINE OF GENTS' FURNISHING B PlilffS Mer{:09111 C0 "W O OD  tL L E M I S SI .q IPP] r YOU CAN SECURE l000,iers' Silverware WITHOUT C00GE , BY TRADING WITH US: '-':-' TE.I.L Your FRIENDS ABOUT THIS EXC.JPTIONAL SAVE OUR CARDS--THEY ARE VALUABLE .... One Card with each  Cash P ..., -,.:- CARDS GIVEN BY -'&2.=. $ T. x00'OO2D Tl Busy, suSS|st. TELEPHONE fNJ GASOUNK STATIOI nnd FISK iE$ , I cOPLETI STOCK NEW RECORD...-IOML LINi EWgiY t A. H. JONES, Lawyar. Real Estate Bought and Sold on Commission. Oflleein court house, Woodville, Mi. DR. W. W. MONTFOITs Dentis " Woodville, , Mi Crom and B rids, ork a SpeeIty. Odd Fellows Bldg. Phone 41-J DR. R. F. PAYIIg. E, Ear, Noe and Throat 0fli h6urs 2 to 5 p. m. st HesIt] " Stshensou, Ml. 4--1922-1 W. F. Tucker Clay B. Tkez TUCK-ER & TUCKER ? Dm c. m CAiilililtl H. c. Lm La .?