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September 1, 1923     The Woodville Republican
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J I, 1923, Lyt. Lewis, Jr., who has with the Interstate Trust &*mkiag Co., of New Orleans, will be up this :fternooa to spend the week end witb 31, 1923. Ihm parents, Mr.__and:blrs. Idrt. Lewis i ............ '21.50 Mrs. R. J. Newbill spent a few days 23.84 this week as the guest of Mrs. W. F. Tucker, preparatory to going to PERSONAL [ New Orleans next week to enter the ; training school for nurses at Wourc t [ Mayor and Aide !Infirmary'. next Tuesday all :----- i C. L. Beckham, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Beckham, returned home Supervisors wiIl during the week from Plaquemine: on next Men- La., where he has bad work during: 9 o'clock.  the vacation under his uncle, Mr. A. i ] of Shelby, E. Fugte. here this week as Tucker. son of Mr. and is spending Rouge on a visit left Thursday on a vi college friend; Heuman and of Plaquemine, La., and Mrs. Max Hill Lanehart, of MeN- during the first to his parents, Lanehart. and little Mr& Julio Rob- came over on mMon services. of Hattieshurg, last week on a Mr. and Mrs. W. her home. B. McGehee re- from a pleas- their daughter: Hammond, La. L. T. VeVntress, Jr., afternoon fare days visit to Mr. Ilion in Rayne, La. who has been Mrs John Lowry here, left Sunday in Shres eport left Wednetb La., where position as teach- lehool for* next sea- of meeting in week our friend, formerly of this resident of Vicks- the tail-end of which swept last week, but nc evidence by any "Sho has been spend- weeks at a girls' near Win- home this of Areola, Mis.: 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McCratne, of Dahoney, Miss., arrived here during the week on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Whetstone, and to other relatives in this, their for- mer home county. : Mr. and Mr D. H. Wallace will go down to New Orleans his morn- ing to meet their little daughter, Margaret, who is returning home from a vi,it to Mr. and Mrs. B.. Tolbert in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. L. 1L Davis and little son, of Brookhaven, passed through Woodville Tuesday morning on theiz way to Fort Adams where Mr Davis and the little boy are now guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Morgan. The union protracted meeting at the court house in Woodville is hold- ing the center of interest just now in this community. People are com- ing to the services from near-and far and interest is increasing daily Mi Olivia Tucker left this week for Franklin, La., on e. week's visit to friends, after which she will go to Baton Rouge to take up her work as teacher in a high school in the Seventh Ward of Baton Rouge par- ish. Mrs. Thee. Glutzman, of New Or- leans, Mr. Leon Scwartz, of Vicks- burg, and Mr. Bennie Schwartz, of Memphis, attended the funeral of their mother, Mrs. Sophie Schcwartz. in this town on Wednesday after- noon. * Rev. David E. Holt, rector of St. Paurs Episcopal church here, w,-ho has been attending a church school at the University of the South at Sewanee, Tenn., for the past few weeks, arrived home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. W. Whitaker of Centreville, left last week for St" Joseph, La., where they are now guests of their son, Dr. Jos. Whir, aker, at whose home the annual re- union of the Whitaker family wa held this week --Y Mr. and Mrs; Henry Hays and little daughter, who have been here for the past two weeks on a visit to relative in this county, left for their home in I Houston, Texas, on Thursday. They were accompanied by his sister, Mrs R. T. Wood, who will be their guest for a few weeks. Dr. W. T. Polk, Post Commander Hastings Post 36, was elected dele. gate at large from the 7th district to the National Convention, Ameri- on a visit to her can Legion, San Francisco, Calif.: schoolmate, Mis which convenes Oetober 21st. The the home of Mrs. ! Doctor expects to leave about Octo- [ B Ford i, eturned 1 from a de- ! vit te heir I V. P. Dejean,  Harrigal and! Rouge came up of the week on a Mr. rand Mr the engineer laying of the con- town, spent this week at hi her 8th.--Centreville Jeffersomam I- Inead of the regular session of the Sunday School at St. Paul's Episcopal church there will be a cel- ebration of the Holy Communion at ten o'clock Sunday morning. There will be no sermon, and service will end in time for everyone to attend the union service at the ourt,house. Mr. and Mr W. M. Wilkinson re, ceived tits good news a fpw days ago that their daughter, Mrs. T. L Craig, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis in Gulfport, is rapid- ly recovering from its effects and was able to return to her home in Nonce, Alabama, during the first of i IL M. James and the week- ' [ arrived during I .... :--- l Mr. and MrL Willard W. Ward, fl on a visit i Eudora, Arka,' passed through L. D. James, and Woodville Tuesday morning o their of New 0rlean Mr.B.B. came Thuhsday with 14 0Fallon. River I way to his former home on Percy's Creek on a visit to relatives and frids. They are now the guests of his brothers, Messrs. E. I. Ward and V. T. Ward and of his sister, Mrs. ILI. Lessley. The eleven boy scouts from thh business as town, who have been having such a Pritchartt, delightful ten days' stay at Cam in Woodville for at Faiz River, near Brook,haven, Miss. t arrived home Thui-sday evening. We Thursday, tmderstandV'tha the boys gave Cumbo and Miss good account f themselves while at i several days I the camp and several Of thent gained i week where the f honors for themselves and their or-] Charles, had li ganisation. ' I klm Sanitarium, ' ='-'-" We had the pleasure of meetm A_ $. ess|olt in this town on last Saturday Mr.! days of this Lyle Smon of NeW Orleans, who visit  her  was a week end guest at the home Allred, thi of Mr. and Mrs. W. 13". Withers. Mr. manual vacation. Saxon, who has been one of the ,aff l eorrspondents of the New Orlean lnd chil- Times-Picayune for the past three during' years, is an entertaining nd force to ful writer and his contributions to areuow the T.-P. are read with interest and :5 " The Commerc;ml Bank of this tom THE UNION  r ....  ...... and all of the pooffice. of the' -- county will be ctc:cd on next Men- e union prora,..t meeting be day, September 3rd, which is Labo gun at the covet i,',"- in this town, Da:L on Sunday morning wit the eleven. : ]o'clock service and will contmue: A committee representing the local League of Protestant Women, re-!through Friday of next week. Or.i . Sunday morning the address of Hen. cently organized in this count3, sold E. H. Ratcliff, a prominent lawye lunches.coffee and ice cream at the of Natchez, on "The Trial of Christ com house throtlghout Tuesday, the! from a Lawyer's Standpoint," mark- day of the primary, the proceedt rom which amounted to $52.00.i This money, together with othezl amounts raised, will be used for the very worthy purpose of sending a l pupil to the A.H. Sch. ool here. t Miss DaisyFermson will leave on 1] Sunday mornim foi g r Kansas City, Me., where she will enter the Scar-i Bible School to complete her i ritt preparation as a foreign miionary, i This young woman, who is the daugh-i ter of Mr. W. L. Ferguson, is a i graduate of the Mississippi State l College for Women and has been teaching school for the past two year In this chosen calling we are sure that she will render e-w eellent service, being peculiarly well equipped therefor. Mrs. Sophie Schwaz died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Max Dampfh at Laurel Hill, La., on Tues- day evening at 6:30 after an illness of everal months. Her remam were brought to Woodville on Wed nesday afternoon and interred in the Jewish Cemetery, the service being held at the grave and con- ducted by Dr. M. Siiber, of New Orlean The remains were accom- panied here by a number of relatives and friends who were joined here by others from this town. The de. ceased, who was seventy-eight ycart of age, was the relict of the late Mr. Jacob Schwartz, and was aresi. dent of Woodville where she reared eleven children, all of whom survive her, Mr. Leon Schwartz,-of Vick burg; Mrs. Jake Cohen, of Texas" Mrs. Max Dampf, of Laurel Hill, La. ; Mrs. Thee. Glutzman, and Mrs. Sara Giliard, of New Orleans; Miss Fan- hie Schwartz, of California; Mr. Sam Schwartz, of Clarksdale; Mr. Bennie Schwartz, "of Memphis and Messrs Joseph and Solomon Schwartz, of Woodville. ALl were present at the funeral with the exception of two. Besides these children she is sur- vived by twenty-two grandehildren and by four great-grandchildren. To he sorrowing one8 we extend out heartfelt sympathy, $ * * * * * * $ * COME TO THE UNION PROTRACTED I * School will begin ed the opening of the meeting. Peo- ple gathered here from everal ad- joining counties and parishes to heax this address, so the seating capacity of the court house was filled at the opening hour. The. address was on of the greatest of the' knd ever heard in this town and was listene(i to witha marked'attention. Mr. Ratcliff proved that he had given his subject much study and that the re. sult was that those who heard him realized that they had enjoyed a genuine t/teeary and Biblical treat. )n that same evening at 7:45 the se,'-ices were conducted by the Men' Prayer Metings of Centreville and Woodville, Mr. J. A. Massey being the leader. A special program of music was rendered and short but telling talks were made by represen- tatives from both towns. Those rep- resenting Centreville were Messks. Jos. Redhead, John Ash and L. B. Rb;n:on, and from Woodlle, :4e=srs. J. L. Denson, W'. F. Tucker, Chas. F. Zoller and Arthur Davis. The+-mcet!ng was a most impressive one and went to prove the earnest- nes" of the members of the two or- ganlzation Rev. J. O. Hanes, the evangelist from Birmingham, arrived here and held his first service on Monday evening, the choir leadr, Mr. Wal- tern]ire, having arrived on Sunday. Services are being held each day at 10:45 in the morning and at 7:45 in the evening and are being well attended and interest and attendance are increasing daily'. Rev. Mr. Hanes is a forceful and convincing speaker and the messages that he is bringing to our people are certain to bear rich fruit. In addition to the regular service five ladies' prayer meetings are be. ing held each afternoon at different homes in the town and a men's prayex ervice is held at one of the busines houses, to which the public is invited. You are most cordially urged tc attend these meetings and thereby help in the good cause for which they are being heM. __----. SCHOOL OPENS NEXT MONDAY. The Wilkinson County A. H. the session of * MEETING * * NOW IN PROGRESS * * at the * * COURT HOUS E, * * WOODVILLE * . * Servlees Daily * * 10:45 a. m. and 7:45 p.m. * 1923-24 on next Monday morning. September 3rd, at 9 o'clock. At that hour the opening exercises will be held in the school auditorium everybody is most cordially invited to be pres-ent. Mr. J. L. Densen, the principal who enters upon his first year's work here, reports to us that he expects to have the boys' dormi- number of boarders in the girl's dot- " tottery. Everything is now ready DO A K To those who assisted me by theit t and waiting for the opening bell to influence in securing the nomination: ring, when the principal and his fac. for sheriff of thi county by such an! ulty will start into what promises unusually large majority, I wish to to be the outstanding session in point extend my sincere thanks and appre- of thorough work in the history of elation. My best wishes also go tc this institution. Those who have children who expect to attend this those wo saw fit to vote for my oI i school are asked to have them ready ponent. Your confidence reposed in i me shall never be misplaced, as ]" on Monday' morning for mat;icula- shall ever endeavor to fill the office of sheriff in a conscientious and cred- itable manner. Yours truly, H. A. WOOD. I tion and assignment to their elaases The Woodville Graded School wil; open in the same building on the same morning with a full corps of teacher& , . , Red Rust-Proof Seed Oats I I --JUST RECEIVED A $HiPMEN OF RED kUSTPROOF OATS THAT ! AM OFFERING AT VERY ATTIkCTIVE PRICES. SUPPOSE YOU PUT IN A FEW ACRES FOR WINTER PASTURE THIS YEAi You ca sacure ROGERS SILVEg, WAE absolutely fr by trading with me. trd8 given away with every SOlvent purc]hr. Coe in &nd let me explain it to yotu Sam pies of the Siiverwara to be Kiveff away on dlspJay in my store, ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, WOODVILLE, MISS. Although I was defeated in he race for heriff in the second pri. ,e 0 00ary,, v,i00h to tho man00 W Have Just Received friends who gave me their loyal sup- e port and encouragement. Your gen- N Y rk th L erosity to me shall never be for. ew o e atest gotten. Very respectfully, C. H. NEYLAND. Creations in CARD OF THANKS. To my many friends who gave me their support and influence through- out the entire race, I thank ycu from Ladies' the very depth of a grateful hea*t. and I also thank the new fricnd l w,o me Fall and Winter influence in my behalf in the second primary. May God bless you," one and all, and may I always be found at the post of duty, ever working fo ah TT-_00 the moral and intellectuaI be*ter-,I -'1[8 ment of this. my. home, coumv._ .es Again thanking you, I am, YOU: inc,,rely, ,*e MRS. 3TTL1.A MATHIS. .e : , The Styles are Attractive and Varied TO THE VOTERS OI:" WILKINSON **e., So as to Suit Anyone CO UNTY : By your ballots you have elected education for tle ensuing term of Z* four years, for which I am deeply e*e grateful. I have promised you iv the past, and this promise I reaffirm, . that I shall give to the affairs of the o00ce al, of the a00i,ity th00tl C) :M::P 00X.I'xT 4 possein an effort to serve youwitl . W O O D V I L L E, M I S S l S S I P P I fidelity. Assuring you that I appre. L __ & the confidence reposed in me elate and that I shall strive to merit it I am, Very respectfully, JO8EPII N. MILLER We are in receipt of the followlnR letter from our esteemed f.dend, Dr J. C. Robert, of Centrevilte, who i: ,oo00o00 ,o Get in the rains of North Carolina: "- ur00ressea ,..,, ,00':rcle Friend Robert: I have just beer Well rbading the last number of Th( Woodville Reputflican, and m u;*. write a few lines to expre my hap We have on display ""  piness in learning of the union pro ,Yracted services now being held i CURLIEE'S LIGHT WEIGHT ' the court house. My love for th WORSTEDS. people of Wilkinson county make: The handsome finish to these loth6a me earnestly desire that they shouh i, the result of watchful care in everl all know and love our Lord Jesus detaiil of manufacture That this meetilg may prove agrea, We have a full line of :;, ] blessing to many is the prayer ot my heart. Yours truly, GENUINE LORRAINE ], J. C. ROBERT. SUITS = : '. in a wide range of sizes and *tyJoss Bond Bread, Mother's Bread, mad,. in New Orleans, fresh daily at D.L. DON'T SWELTER; CUMBO'S. COME IN AND BUY A COOL, ........... " ............................. '- ' COMFORTABLE SUIT. ] -- " We also have a full ilne ' SUMMER UNION SUITS ," ? ? ? ? "? in fact ., HAVE YOU TRIED A FULL LINE OF -" OUR COOKED MEATS GENTS' FURNISHINI AT THE "L " KENILWOOD MARKET ? ? ? ? ? ? P00an00ers Mereani, e 00enllwoOd Marltel E, M. KEg, Manager, Woodville, - Mississipp W O O D V I L L E M I S S I S S I P P I SMOKE-- o '- J ' I III . I I i|[ , 1 ] "j]" ,LI I 5C "THE CIGAR THAT SELLS.'" sam R0ss0 DISTRIBUTOR WOODVILLE, MISS. Cumbo's Grocery! Woodville, Miss. The Store where you can get what you want, when you want tt and always at tbe right price. D. L. Cumbo. FOR SALE FIIqE, SELECTED, ONE AND I[WO YEAR OLD BULLS. They carry nO cold blood at all. All are Grade Red Polls, all Muley and from good milk strmins, $30.00 and $60.00 each for eash. Aho some fine yearling heifere, J, S. McGehee, LAUREL HILL, L, RELIABLE  SEED. YOU CAN SECURE 00000ers' Silverware WITHOUT CHARGE BY TRADING WITH US. TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THIS EXCEPTIONAL SAVE OUR CARDSTHEY ARE VALUABL * One Card with each Oc Cash Purchase CARDS GIVEN BY The Busy Druggist. TELEPHONE 8-J Woodville Miss. GASOLINE STATION and FISK TIRES ,,- COMPLETE STOCK NEW RECORDSFIJLL LINE A. H. JONES, Lawyer. Real Estate Bought and lold on Commission. 0flicein court house, Woodville, Miss. DR. W. W. MONTFORT, Dentist " Woodville, Mi. ' *=" Crown and Bridork Odd Fel -'- Clay B..Tncke W. F. Tucker TUCKER & TUCKER Lwyer$o "> WoodVille, -:- MisS. ou comer public equar, Oee D. C. BRAMLETTE Lawyer   ' " Woodville. Miss. Office in Brick Phone DR. R. F, Eye, Office hour-2to  p. m. t,nson, Mi. -DR. J. W. Physician Woodville Office on seco Fellows DR. C. E. ]Z'i