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August 25, 1923     The Woodville Republican
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[ two children, of Jackson, arrived here , m. and Mrs. A N and 25, 1923'-- in their automobile on Monday on a visit to his mother, Mrs. M. E. Bran- August 23, 19231 nan, and to his sister, Mrs. J. A. ....... 4 0 Ma:scy - 2 4Ji Mr. and Mrs. Philip Lanier and a  little daughter motored hack to their PERSONAL | home in New Orleans last Sunday a  after snding a month pleasantly went down to here with her mother, Mrs. E. M. morning on a :ellen=. Clarence Ward, of to Woodville or of Wilkinson: for a few morning. of Jack- days ago on Tucker. is the date of the Go to the polls and majority. of Columbil; during the week Peter M. Stockett. L. lnnmn and Lee JeCond district, were morning on bu Lewis and danght spent the week ikit to his lister, Mrs Jr., of Jack- Sunday evening on Stockett and sons who has a in Baton Rouge first of the week parent Mr. and and daughter, Monday morning fox they are spending a visit to relative and Mn. Ma of Baton Rouge evening or, Lee C. Schlo B. W. Brannan, at we.e here for the mar. Miss Anita Braa- on Wednesday Cotter and Mr Colr, of Old d though Wood. i thelr wy to Nat tact,lug  thai ,Ms wek, bat th i With MmL Catshingr kfternoon at f.cl: Hattle during the firm a vlait to is mother and to other and two little =pent kt Fri on a visit tc home the me JaL M. Devts, of La., spent the a visit to relative and Mr,& Chas of Clinton, La.. on a visit to hex ooda, at Magnc the southern part nd Frnneee arrived here on on a visit of a friend. r& R. COrley and Mr. of Collins, .istex the groom, attended wedding here on ' Claude Stevens, of several days here gests of Mr. and Jr., and Mr. and John Mrs. E. uthern part of lsitors to Wood. B. McGehee ac. daughter, Mr :o Hammond, La. where they are a vidt. Johnson, of through Wood on their way r[sh to spend the Mrs. D. C. Bramlette and two children, Maxwell and Margibelle, returned home last week from m pleasant vSsit to her former home at Canton, where they had been for th# pas month. Mrs. A. E. Morgan and Mrs. Stel. la Morgan returned home WInes- day morning from Barton, Ark,  where they spent several weeks with the farmer's daughter, Mrs. Cha H. McCraine. You are most cordially invited to attend the Union Meeting which i to be held at the court house in] Woodville, beginning on Sunday, i August 26th, and continuing through l September 7th.._.,, t Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Johnston and children, of Thibodaux, La., arrived i here during the week on s vtmt to- relatives and friends and were the g, uest this week of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Johnston. Hear Hon. E. H. Ratlift, of Nat. ehez, deliver his famous leddm. 'ae Trial of Christ from a Lawyer's Standpoint," at the court house in Woodville tomorrow, Sunday, morn- ing at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mr& Ja M. Sessions, Jr., returned home Monday afternoon from her former home Jn Walnut Grove, Miss., wimre he Joined Mrs. Seseiorm immediately after the deeth of her mother, ten daFs ago. t Dr. C. T. Thomson, pastor of the Woodville - Centreville Presbyterian churches, came over Tuesday after- noon to attend a meeting of the com. rot,tees for the union meeting which s to begin at the court house tomor- row, Sunday. I Mr O. O. Roberts and little m returned to their home in Ansiey. La., on Sunday after a delightful month's visit to her parent Mr. and Mr A. W. Lamehart. They were accompanied home by two of ker sisters, Misses Sallie and Jessie Lane har'. Mr. G. W. Alexander, inspector of thee State Plant Board, who is now located at Natchez, spent Wedne la and Thursday in this section oK Willdnon county nspecting the bee hives in order to ascertain wheth- er or sot there i$ any disease among them.  -----'-4 The Hattieburg American qf re- cent date contains a lengthy account of two miscellaneous showers which were given in that city last week in honor of Miss Anita Brannan, who mm'rtage to Mr. Edward C. Corlew was celebrated in Woodvtlle on Wed. uesday ..... ! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hays and lit. fie daughter, who have been making their home in Houston. Texas, fqr the past few years, arrived here during the week on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mr& W. I Hays, and to her sis, era, Mr W. F. James and Miss Garnet Ogde Mr. E. H. Steger returned home during the first of the week from a pleasant two weeks' visit to his sister In his former home tn Alabema. Mr& Steger and the two children, who ae- comparded him, stopped over in Greenville on a visit to her aeer Mrs. F H. Cuon. ,.-.-: Mr& Ja M. Sessions, Mrs. Chu E. Catching and Mr. Warren A Woods went down to Baton Rouge last Friday to attend the sole of p- sonal property of their late aunt Mr Seofleld. Mr Catchtng remair/ ed there until Thursday of this week while the others returned home la Saturday. . play-ground equipment at the A. H. School is being put In week by Mr. Dou Whitehead and will add much to the attraet/vene f the octopus. These pleamlre-gi devices are being given to the school by the lrent-T on, which already has funds on hand to pay for them. Mrs. W. P. Jo gave an 4njoy- able bridge party on Wednesday of. ternoon in hmor of Mrs ald, of Centrville, and of the latter'| guast, Miss Eoumel, of Patterson, La. The games were played progressively at four tables and after an interesting series refreshments o| ire crea and rake were served. Mr C. G. Hewe' On last Saturday afternoon Mrs i Roy F Cox and Miss Eugenla Lewi aleh het .weYe were joint hostees for the regular Passed through I weekly meeng of the bridge club. ell route from] The heavy rain prevented the usual tO  Algeles I attendance so there were only two (m said tlutt tables for the games. The score time and prize, a cut gla. vase, was won by on their Miss Olivia Tucker; the eonsolation, a et bracelet," feM to Mrs. It. A. J. Sesslona After the games de. licioua fuit salad and iced tea wel xWe had the pleasure of meeting in town on Monday our boyhood friend, Dr. J. C. Robert, Jr., of the Mississippi A. & M. Cz)llege, who was visiting relatives in his i'ormer home in Centrevilte this week, and who came over here to see his friends this being h first visit in ten years Ite was accompanied here by Mr. J. H. Stockett, of Centreville. Next Tuesday, August ath, is the date of the seeond primary, so the attention c,f the peace and returning officers, who served in the first pri- mary, are called to the fact that they will be expected to call for the .... ii!: !, ballot boxes for fbe second primary. Then, too, tim clerks and inpectot who served on August 7th, are ask. ed to serve on next Tuesday. , Mr. W. H. Wood, athletic dieetor of the A. IL School, arrived here Wednesday afternoon preparatory to the opening of school on Septe br rd. This gentleman 45iLI soon begin to line up the boys who ex- pect to make the football team and to look after other actlvitte& The citizens of  oounty, through the Woodville Chamber og bmmeree, have subscribed $$00 to the atldeti fund of this school and th sum will be used to encoura the am in our school. Evergreen Cemetery on Sunday of. ternoon, the funeral services being held at the home of Mr. Chas. Y. Zoller, an uncle or the child, and conducted by Rev. C. G. Large, of the Woodville Christian church. The little boy, who was sick when he left his home in Oklahoma, arrived here wRh his parents last Week and death came on Saturday vening at 8:30 o'clock. The lo of their only child came as a ad blow to these young parents, and the sympathy d4 the! entire community gqes out to them in their bereavement. Eleven members or Troup . 1,! The session of I923-1924 of the  Woodville Boy Scouts, left here early Wilkinson Conty A. H. School will Tuesday moring on a ten days' stay begin on Monday, September 3rd at Camp Fair River, tt Lincoln coun-;with opening exercise: on that norn- ty, where they joined ous from'tug in the chapel at 9 o'clock, to six ad:oining counties on a camping which everybody i.*; invited. The expedition. Those Who went from pupils will take notice that the books this town were: Rob-t Redhead, : and stationery for the A. H. School Cecil Jones, troup leaders; Ackland may be secured from the office of the: Jones, Jr., Winfred Jones, T. O.i.principle. Thi school will open with a Semions, Norwood Redhead, Leslie: greatly increased enrollment, espeei- Culture, Audrey Phares, Howard Fer- ally of boarding pupils, so we have guson, Maxwell Bramlette and Rogezl been informed by Mr. J. L. Denson. Wright. Messrs. Ackiand H. Jone  the recently elected principal, and and David C. Bramlette took them the prospect for a successful sea over in automobiles and returned elan'el work are most encouraging. home the lame evening. ]The buildings have been put in fine The remains of little Vernon Ray! nditin' new furniture has been Shepard, the two-year-old son of ! secured and the old pianos have been Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Shepard, of Ham-i replaced with three new ones. Every- mend, Okla., were laid to rest in] thing looks most encouraging for s record year. Union Protracted bieeing will begin at the cou house in thi town tomorrow, Sunday, morning at 11 o'clock. As the evangelist, Roy. J. O. I-Ianes, of Birmingham, will not arrive here until Monday, Hen. E. H. Patcliff, of Natchez, one of Mis- IMPOnTANTY FALL Tailoring Opening and Specialized Service Because we arc not satisfied with less than 100 per cent Fit, Service and Satisfaction in the Made to Mmtsure Suits that go to our patrons, we ha induced the-- lion Taliorlnd ompang, 00mapelis America's foremost fine made-to-measure tailors, to send a personal representative here, who has a perfect understanding at the shop, who knows woolens, measuring and tailoring thoroughly. HE WILL BE HERE Thursday and Friday, August 30th and 31st. If you want one of the most satisfactory suits you ever owned, if you want to see the finest range of woolens ever assembled, if yea want first-hand /nlormation of new styles as adopted by wll-dressexi meat, m m and meet MR, S. W. COLLINS at Sept, to 1200, sissippi's rrmst able and eloquent a torneys, will deliver his masterful address, "The Trial of Christ from a Lawyer's Standpoint," at the court house on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. This will mark the opening of the meeting, and on that evening at 7:45 o'clock the services will be conducted by the members of the];, WOOD V ILL E, Men's Prayer Meeting of Centreville''i Jr * A A e , _1__ and of Woodville. Everybody is mostj.''.' cordially invited to attend these and the services which are to follow for the ten succeeding days at 10:45 in the morning and at 7:45 in the even. ing. Thi promises to be the great eft meeting fin the history of ou county, so come and help out with your presence, interest and co-opera- tion. On Wednesday morning at eleven o'clock at the Christian church her the marriage of Miss Anita Brannar to Mr. Edward Cary Corley, of Iiat. tiesburg, wa solemnized, the core. mony being performed by the Rev Mr. Large, who has been serving at of the church during iris taeation months. The deerations for the occasion were simple, but very artiscally arranged, making lovely and attractive setting for thit event of interest to our whole com- munity. Masses of handsome fern were ]anked in the chancel in a micirele and against those as back- ground were placed baskets of yeL low golden glow and the pulpit space in fr6nt was filled in with larc vases of the same vividly colored flowers and of asparagus ferns. The only attendant were the two uhers Mr. Harvey Johnston, brother-in- law of tlCe bride, and Mr, Charle Stocett. Th young couple came In together to the strains of the wed- ding march played by Mrs, Roy E Cox. The bride was Iovel in a handsome navy blue suit of poireti twill with an exquisite corsage! bouquet of white rose-buds and fillies of the valley. Her hat was of gray cloth embroidered in Persian shades, and her shoes were gray kid pumps to match. Immediately after the ceremony Mr.'and Mrs. Masey entertained at a luncheon where covers ere lald for twenty-four, this being a happ gathering of the bride's family. The D L Cumbo's couple then left in thei automobile for New Orleans and th $ $ GuLf Coast, where they will spend their honeymoon, after which they WOODVILLE, MISS. will be at home in Hattiesburg. The bride, who is the youngest daughter of Mr& M. E, Brannan, Of this town, is a member of a promi- nent family of this county and as one of its sweetest and most attrac- tide daughters is very deservedly pop- ular here. After graduating from the A. H. School here she attended a btminess college and then accepted a clerical position with the Sou,hero Railroad Company, at Hattiesbur. which she has filled most acceptably for the past five years. Mr. Corley has a similar position with the same company. So it wits that love found its way into the hearts of each, which culminated in the happY3 event of Wednesday. He is a mem- ber of an influential family of Mississippi and is a young man who is highly esteemed wher. he is known. Our wish is that their entire future be as bright and roseate as the day on which they pligjhted their troth. You can get the pure .e cream at retail or in quantities when you want it at Plttt's Bakery. Besidee the best fancy Irr,m:er;es, we have delicious lunches always on hanPlitt's Baimry, FOR SALE FINE, SELECTED, ONE AND TWO YEAR OLD BULLS.  carry no cold blood at all. All aye Grade Red Polb, all Muley and from food milk strains, $30.00 and 0.OO each fro. cash. Also ome fine yearling heifers. J. S. McGehee, !ii Has Been Designated 11 Gi gh Fa n am -" Week " *'Z Prices Ranging from * .... ! !,,.j..,., ,  ! ,.: q:- MISfll SSIPP| Get in the Well Dressed Circle. Red Rust-Proof , Seed Oats I I II I I lllll - - I[ I [ -JUST RECEIVED A |HIPMEN'T OF RED RUST-PROOF OATS THAT F AM OFFEIUNG AT VERY AVE PRICES. SUPPOSE YOU PLr IN A FEllr ACRES FOR W PASTLgE TIMS YEAR. We have on displa " "- CURL|EE'S LIGHT WEIGH' | WORSTKDS. The handsome tnlsh to theme elothN ts the result of watchful csre In evetp dotaiil of manufacture. We have a full line of  GENUINE LORRAIN - / SUITS , = In a wide range of siZee aad Sty|ll. DON'T SWELTER; i COME IN AND BUY A COOL, : COMFORTABLE SUIT. j We also have a full line ., SUMMER UNION SUIT "2 in fact A FULL LINE OF  ' .,. GNTS' FRNISHING i .... 00erc0nule ..... Planters O WOODVlLLE C. Y. TP00PP[00DAm MISSISSIPPI i i i jill I YOU CAN SECURE R09ers' Silverware WITHOUT CHARGE BY TRADING WITH US. ,-...: / TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THIS EXCEPTIONAL OFFER, SAVE OUR CAID---THEY ARE VAEUAIE - , i-- One Cml with each 60c Cash Purchase ..;e:,'y, ..: CARDS GIVEN BY T. WOOID The Bus Druggist. TELEPHONE 8-J Woedville, M|s, . ? GASOLINE STATION and FISK TIRE " i'7 CO.PLET" STOC, 00,NE . ru |m , - - , .... , , --, - - II lu A, 14. JONES, DR. R. P. PAYNK, Lwer. v., No. and  Real Ete Bought and old Office m. at HosRa on Commission, Miu. Ofltcein court house, Woodvllle, Mice. 4-8-1922-1y DR. W. W. MONTFORT, ? Woodi  Crown ad Bridk a Spedalty. Odd Fellows' Bldj Phone 41-J W. F. Tucker Jlay B. Tucke TUCKER & TUCKER Lwyers. Woodville, -,- Miss. Office southwest corner publie square LAUREL HILL, LA McC.EHEE'S RED RUSTPROOF  .:! SEED OATS. R00UASLZ LESPEO00 SEEO. ,... 00ork00_Lik. in Brick Building, Commercial _ Row. Phone 44-R. _. D. C. BRAMLETTE Lawyer Woodville, Miss. DR. J.W. J. Physieiau and Woodvllle, Ml Office on second Fellows DR. C. IF,. t Physietan a fhsrgeo Office t. MeGehtm llldfnlr. " H. . LL lawyer "' ",''-" . --" Woodville, Miss. ....... O on ground floor of COUP. NItlt