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jubli Miss Olive Jones, who has been here The September term of chancery here for the summer with her grand- court of this county convened at the : ! mother, Mrs. W. P. Jones, "left for court house in this town on Monday 15, '23. Winona last Friday where she has re" morning with Chancellor R. W. Cu- sumed her position as teacher in the trer, presiding, and adjourned on 13. 19o_3 high school. Wednesday afternoon. The number ......... '27 50 : I of divorce suits at this term of court 7  Dr and Mrs J W Brandon, Jr, was rather small, only six having ...... z 00 .... been granted, one white and five col _..-- spent Saturday and Sunday in Baton ored. The most important case FOR SALE: Plymouth Rock coc. - e  Rouge on a visit to his parents, Dr. that was tried at this term was the kerels at $1 and $1.50. Apply to the AND PERSONAL I and Mrs. J. W. Brandon, who recent- one growing out of the contest over Methodist Parsonage, Woodwille. -- ly moved to that city from West Fell the will of the late Mr. Hardee Leak -- ................ en left" - Wednesday clans parish. If the northern part of this county o WANTED:ml will pay 20c each and stvled A. E Otden, et. als., vs xor Locust and Cedar fence t-oats. mort busmess tap to Rev. Henry G. Hawkins, pastor of Thadde'us Leak "at,-HI. The will" 8 feet long, 5 inches at top, in car --:---. !the Woodville Methodist church, ha which left the 'estate to the defen- lots f. o. b., Woodville or any Y. & Florida Ford, of the' asked us to give notice that he ex- dant, Thaddeus Leak, was upheld and M. V. R. R. Station. R. S. MORE- Were visitors to town pects to hold services at White's the contest dismissed. A jury wa HEAD, Ingleside, Miss. 9.15.3w Rernon. School House on Sunday afternoon empanneled for this case but the  -:----- at 3 o'clock, t decision was rendered by Chancellor OF UBST TUTED , and his daughter, __: [ Cutre'. TRUSTEE'S SALE. sPent several days Our very eicient printer and line.  :-- Default having been made in the vt week. type operator, Mr. I T. Rogers, has! We regret to chronicle the death PazsYment of that certain indebted- -:---- been confined to his bed this week  Mrs. Hattie. Wood the a,-ed wirer nee" mentioned and described in a --f ...... j :., with a badly infected foot, but we of Mr. W. B.Wood,'which occurredi deed of trust executed by C. A. the aeuu.u u _ . . d _ybv ...... h,  .... ht', toarebegladuptagain.reprt that ne xs now able Thursday evening of last week at the l McNeil to R. V. Potenza, Trnse, I residence seven miles north of Wood. ! securmg an indebtedness due and wal in town Men- rifle. Her remains were interred in , payable to G. P. McGehee & Son, -:----_ Ms. and Mrs. J. W. West, who are the family burial grounds on the fol. i which deed of ,trust is of record in lowing morning, the services bemg L-M Book No. 3, Page 591, of the bmd --- .... ._. now living in Luverne, Air., arrived conducted by Mr. J. C. Lawder, pas, i. records of. Wilkinson County, and i'll v lwo, here Monday in their automobile on tor of the Woodville Christian church i In L-M Book .21,_Page 189, of. the end "h:-' ;,-h;'- a visit to her mother, Mrs. Leisa C. of which she was a devout and life- records of Armte County, Mlsmmslppl, ............ Miller, and to other relatives in this, long memeber Our sincere eympa-[ reference to which is hereby made, --- her former home. thv is extended to the aed and be-land the original trustee having died. is was taken to . . : rved husband and othe relatives, and mortgagee as psovided, in said .... Thls sectmn has been treated to a : deed of trust, having substituted the lay aIternoon , . ...... five days drouth thm wee, the first  t undersgned as trustee in place of atcnez am- ... __. . , . . na has oeen enjoyeo nero m som- The . Woodlle Parent- Teacher l said R. V. Potenza, the original trns- time past, so naturally it is most wel..ssociaio.n wiu nold its .firs meet- tee, which subztitution appears of come. Our wmh s .hat t may con- mg for the present sessmn at the I record in Wilkinson County, 'Missis- Per and Frank tinue for several weeks to come. usual place on Friday afternoon o t sippi, in L-M Book 4, Page 640, and dam, were bust- . next week, September fourteenth, at l in Arrive County, Mississippi/in L-M 3:30 o'clock. All the members whol Book 91, Pa-e 190 et sea, and deed dvi on Monday Mr T M. Whetstone, Jr., of can do so are urged to attend and to! of trust havin bv 'its tes become Greenwood, spent the first four days be prepared to pay .their annuall subject to forecfosure, and ;having " - of this week at his former home on dues,, twenty-nee cents per capita, hecn requested by the  holder of the and W. G. Me- Buffalo on a visit to his parents, Mr. for the new school year now yogin- mortgage to sell, the-property there- the session and Mrs T. M. Whetstone. He re- ning. in described as provided in the said here during the turned home on Wednesday morn- and Joe. Johnson, to the University their studies born to Mr. and Monday morning Christian pair- left on Tuesday Tenn., to re- at the Southern returned to Ao H.* School at will graduate at mion. after a two her friend, Mis to her home in of Pond, left Pines, La., in the public lmiom and Cec9 Scott of the week for have entered as lef during the Jennings, L&, as teacht-r that town. and Hen. lrominent aStor- business before Tueay. spent Sunday n a visit to his relatives, re. mtme evening. of Can- Woodville thi sister, Mrs. H. Mr. Haw- home his broth. who has in Patter- A. H. Sshoo! each week at this time i of this in- met with on Tuesday with Mr It. after. son of Mr. returned AlL trining camp "sPent Thursday Week before work in the La., where A. Coon, who Delta Tor the returned to mueh to the ' Newsome and on Monday visit of a friends in MIS of home .on Week's visit family. the ual the dif. behind eptember will eele- 6f kton ing. Mrs. Mary Chisholm, who recently underwent an operation at Touro In- firmary in New Orleans, returned home last Friday evening and her many friends are delighted to know that she is rapidly recovering from it. effects. The smoked glass was very. much in evidence in this town on Monday afternoon when the sun was in par- tial eclipse. The eclipse was visible in this section for more than an hour. durin a part of which time the sun had the appearance of the ew mount Douglas Cavin, second son of M/r. and Mrs. Henry L. Cavin. of Dar- rington, left last week for New Or. leans where he enlisted in the U. S Navy. Chantey Leak, son of Mr. and Mr W. N. Leak, of Wilkinson. recently enlisted in the same braneb oi service. Two bales of cotton were ginned in this town en Tuesday morning at the ginned owned by Messrs. Dampf & Morgan, these being the first cot- ton to be brought to this town this season, i This gin will run each week until the close of the season, notice of which will be given later. The play ground equipment whieh was recently installed on the A. H. School campus by the Parent-Teach- er Association, is being greatly en- joyedlW the young people. This is just one of the many instances in which this association has contribu. ted in behalf of our schools. Mrs. IL A. $. Sessions gave a de- lightful party on Tuesday evening of this week in honor of her sister-in- law, Miss Mittie Semions. An amus-. ing game, progressive cootie, was played at fix tables and thoroughly enjoyed. During the evening re- freshments of ice cream and cake were served. Mr W. L. Allred and daughter. Miss Lois, of Jackson, motored to Woodville and spent the fir four days of this week here on a visit to" the former's daughter, Mra. R. A. J. Session They returned home on Wednesday morning accompanied by Mrs. J. K. Sem/ons, who will be their guest for a few dys. Rev. J. G. Galloway, former pastor of the Woodville Methodist church: accompanied by Mrs. Galloway, ar- rived here during the week and are now guests of Rev. and Mrs. Henry G. Hawkins at the Methodist par- sonage. Raw'. Mr. ]Galloway will occupy the pulpit at the Methodist church on Sunday morning at the 11 'clock service. ...---;__ The first bale of cotton of the aea- son was brought to this town on Tuesday morning by William Minor, a colored farmer who works on Mr. Splllman's plantation in West Felici- ann parish, and sold to Mr. C. M. TreppendahL The season is several weeks late, this time last year a num- ber of bales having been sold in this town. Then, too, there L no no denying the fact that the cotton crop in thi county is decidedly short. The link of the Prentiss Highway acros the Homochitto swamp over in Adams county has, been almost im- passable during the past few weeks. This road was badly damaged by the heavy mine during the _ring, and the board of supervisors of our neigh- bur county hu thus far failed to have it reputed. This road is being used more and more each month so it should not be permitd to remain in snob. a condition, and we hope the needed repairs will be .made by Adams county at an arly dat , /" The first OO:mil team jn the hi tory of Wilkinso county, hs eent- lY been organized at the A. H. Schodi here and | members are heldin ,ily nrseticp.,,'der the direction of the coach, "Billy" W0od,who #is an expert in this pai'tieu/ak pr0fes- 0n and is rapidly getting the bo.v in shape to meet all blqh schoo teams. The first game will be nlayed with the tem of the Amite Count A H. qehoo| at Lirty on the 28th inst. This is a clean and wholesome snort and we are. triad to see so maw o the bums ot for nrotioe. We feel certain that will turn 00t b The Beech Stand Consolidated School opened on Monday morning, when there were eighty-four puils enrolled. The teachers are Mrs. Julan N. Mathis, principal, and Miss Mamie Rogers, assistant. On the opening day we organized a School !mpFovement Association with etch. ty-four members and elected the foi. lowing off, cars: Addle Stewart, pre- sident; Maybeth Ashley, vice-presi- dent; Wilhena Best, secretary; and Lafayette Netterville, treasurer. We are looking forward to this as the banner mmsion in the history of our school. WILHENA BEST, Secretary. The report of the U. S. Census You ean'lvt tim pure ice cram at' FOR SALE.--My house and lot. *. A** A-, ACe l retail - ill quantities when you wantl Apply to OLLIE M. HAMILTON. m#'mr" ! it at Plitt's Balmry. j 9-8-2w. ; l o [ F-OR--Ca a-wooa Ra--n-ze '" WE ARE NOW STOCKED WITH Refrigerator, Rhode Island Red e) Bond Bread, Mother's Broad, In New Uric'as' fresh dailyatD" L" 76' Wdville' Miss' I 'ei S CUMBO'S.  Hens---Telephone 97 or wril, e Box deed of tr4st for the purpose of pay- ing and satisfying the indebtedness therein mentioned, which is long past due and has not been "paid; Therefore notice is hereby given that the undersigned substituted will. on the 1st day of 0ctober, 1923, at the court house door in the town of Woodville. Wilkihson County, Missis.ipni, within legal hours, offer and exnose for sale to the highest bidder for cash. and will sell at pub- lic auction to the highest bidder for cash, the follown described real and personal nroperty, described and menHoned in said deed of trust, to-wit: The foHowln described land. sit- uated in Wilkinson County, Mii sippL to-wit: "W. % of S. E. , and the W. % Bureau shows that there were 1,141,. 337 bales of cotton ginned up to Sop- ef N. E. 4, and the S.  of S. W. %, all in section 25, township 3, tember.Ist, and as a result the price range 1 east, and d)ntaining 220 of the fleecy staple jumped up $4.50 and 30-100 acres, also N. W. %, 36, per bale. Let the price_keep jump- township 3, range 1 east, and con- ing as this is the time of year when . hi-h -rices for cotton mean much to tmmng I00 acres more or les, als0 ' . .the E. of N. W. HA, section 25, those who grow at l township 3, range I, ea.t, and con- [talnng 73 and 43-100 acres more District Agent C. M. Rose, whose|or le,, and aggregating 393 and home is in Lexington, states that the|74-00 acres more or ,]sJ' farmers in Holmes county generally| The following de.rid real n.n.d are in good shape due to having per-[ nersonal nropey, siuaea m Amuse severed with their dairy herds, when]Connty, Y[ississinni, to-wit: cotton was high and dairy product I "Lot 16. in block 18, in section low. Dairying is an important item I 34, townsbp 3, ran.e 2, east, in the in diversified farming.  Fayettel town of GlosSer, Mississippi, and ac- Chronicle. [cording to thd plat thereqf on file Wilkinson county is a most ideal inthe office of the ehancey e.lerkof location for the successful operation said county. Also the fonowmg no. of dairying, and ff we are not much seribeA personal property," to,Wit: One gasoline eneifle, arid equip- ment, one grist mill one set of blaeksmith tools, so ] bay hone mule 4 years old, 1 black horse mule 5 years old, 1 sorrell horse mule 9 years old named Rock, 1 sorreli horse mule 8 years old named John, I black hore mule 8 years old nam- ed Bill, 1 black horse mule 10 years old named Tom, an.d ,1 [#town horse mul. 14 zears old named'Jack." Two veer- At said sale such title will be lroven Brood Sows of the very  chool _. . Supplies ; new International Feed . lill ; one 'Z. "'U "'t " ~ ' saw with stand for cutting stove l (g  x A wood. All offered at less than coati to close out promptly. 1,  i, I,  .. . "  I ABE COHEN, Woodville, Miss. J'-e lablets l00xammatio00 ' DELTA LAND FOR RENT.--Have!.J Composition Books, Ink, ,". about 3,000 acres rich del,a land r I rl *! at Fairview, Concordht parish, La.l tens ann renells. Will make rent very attractive to[  "', good farmers with their own teams. ] % pastures for stock. Wri.e Box 446. [ (" - .... ., --  --4 . s Merigold, Miss. 9-8-4WJ...'h Our Bunch Scratch [abler ,, MRS. F. A. McLAIN, [y... 8xl0 IS A SPECIAL , Gloste,', Miss., I r Millinery, Ready-to-Wear and [e)i t Noveh,*,. I oZ. ..........  .... , atlhfoYme? c%mn ufipndoWhetmYyin=aonl q: =d met--q--.--s,--- ..mmffi Jgffi, q : millinery Dresses in crepes, satins l .) r   ] =    and twills coming in every day. They[ ;Z  " ...m._     I are up-to-date, and prices right, l [??  f"N -A ff  A -'"1-- "  ,/ Don't fail to see them. 9-8 {-   -k.V.l- .'...L. ..  ' ....  .........  ........ 'V  - a NEW GROCERY STORE. I: ' 0 0 D V I L L E, " M I S S I S S I P P . OO 4sO @@  O0 O@ ee * ' in my blacksmith shop, in which I have been engaged for 28 years, I wish the public to know that I have opened a neat little store on Natchez street, two block from Main. 1 shall keep on hand fresh groceries, canned goods and coht drinks, and will thank you for your patroaage. MIKE btcMORRIS, PINE BLUFF STORE, Woodville. 9-8-4W. BIDS FOR GRADER. Bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson couaty Miss., up to 11 o'clock a. m., on the first Monday, the first day of Octo- ber, 1923, for the purchase of one light Russell Grader for the third district. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. W. b. HAYS. Cilerk. 9-8-1923-4w. BIDS FOR BRIDGE. Bids will We received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson colnty Miss., up to 11 o'clock a. m., on the first Monday, the 1st day of Octo- ber, 1923, to build a bridge acro Buffalo creek on the Henley road in the fifth district, near the store of P. J. Smith. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 9-8-1923-4w. W.L. ItAYS, Clerk, I I '' l-- - ' lleMlw00d Marllcl Get in the Well Dressed Circle, We have on display , CURLIEE'S LIGHT WEIGHT WORSTEDS. The handsome finish to the clothed is the result of watchful care in evr detaiil of manufacture. We hav a full line of ,l GENUINE LORRAINE i SUITS in a wide range of sizes and stylel; DON'T SWELTER: COME IN AND BUY A COOL, COMFORTABLE SUIT. We also have a full line  SUMMER UNION SUITS  HAVE YOU TRIED A FULL LINE OF OUR COOKED MEATS AT THE GENTS' FURNISHINGS KENILWOOD MARKET ? - " ? ? ? ? ? m J-l._,,. ....... .,.-,,,r --  -,,mNb,: .-  ---" :' II I I I - - -- n I n ! p|anlers Merc00ls0000le CO t ......... reen given as is vested in me as substi- onasuuenmozacouegem u - ,-,_a ,. --t, ic h I believ- to b W O O D V I L L E M t S S I S S I P P bore, Ala., were here Monday,. a d _._ . ;. --oa r the, ,,,,r _ . . -- r .... re  of pavm the indebtedness seeured nere last wee AOou twenty mo .......... |by the above menttoned deed of ..... u n  _, .. are expectea exore ep. ton.t__. , I hill I While the original party of former I truitn my signature this  : I Lincoln county by next Januaryl Y P V. WILKINSON, numbered only sixteen, he prospect Inow is that that number will" be con.  --,o,o--,--.'" -,,bstiththd '-, "'--" :" F     siderably increased.  Brooldutven TRESPASS NOTICE. Leade:. All hunting, fishing, tppin! ! N/ :tmgnlinm"V; " ...... c - otherwise trespassing on any t m Ul .1f- - =, _mqm Beside* the last faaey grori, owned by the t"lyl| 1 we lmvo delici--iuaelm, always .u prohibited under penalty 6f the law.. |' ' YOU CAN SECURE lml.--Plitt's Balmry. 84-2 ly W.L. FEEGUSON. ' : .... " 00000crs' $11vcrw00re mistaken, this industry will be opera- ted on a large scale in this county be- fore many months. The movement ha, already been started so let's get behind it and put it over. Several ex-serviee men who have had vocational training in agricul- ture have been in Brookbaven m- cently to purchase farm, and ten have bought land in amounts vary. ing from 30 to 80 acres. Red Rust-Proof Seed Oats I I I I I II ---JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF RED RUST.PROOF OATS THAT I AM OFFERING AT VERY ATTRACTJYJ PRlCi. SUPPOSE 'You ,trr l A FEW ACRES FOe wmrr l, As i-ms YEAR;, WARE aldJutely fse by tmtding with me; Cd Id* awa wi ivory SOtnt pxrc. Coe in and [st m /pn it to you. Sam; plas Of t Silverware to be glvmi awsy on diqhy in /gy store, C. M. H00EPP[NDAHL ODD FgLLows" BUILDING, WOODVILLE, MIs& WITHOUT CHARGE BY TRADING WITH US. "THE CIGAR THAT SELLS." --------4 sm R0ss0 DISTRIBUTOR WOODVILLE, MISS. Cumbo's Grocery! Woodville, Miss. ,Th Store where you car/ get what you want, when you want it and always at the 1"ight price. D. L. Cumbo, FOR SALE TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THIS EXCEPTIOiiIL 01I SAVE OUR CARDt---THEY ARE V.&.LUABLJ One Card dth each 50 Cash Pulm CARDS GIVEN BY 2..), The ]usy Druggist. TELEPHONE 8-J Woodville, ls GASOLINE STATION and FISK TIRES COMPLETE STOCK NEW RECORDSFULL LINE JEWKLIY ::3 A. H. JONES, Lawyer. Real Estate Bought nd 01d on" Commission. ONw.ein ebUrt h0me, Woodvtlle, Miss. DI W. W; MONTFORT, Dentist Wo0dville, Mi& Cr6wn nd Bridge work i SietaJty. Odd Fellows' BIdg; Phone 41-J Lawyers, Woodville, -:- Mss. $ eoznez public 8quara FINE, SFJECTED, ONE AND I'WO YEAR OLD BULL; Tiley carry no cold blood at ill. AiJ' are C.ade Red Polls, all Muley and W. F. Tue]tr Clay B. Tllcket 0 m good milk strains, $30.00 amd q/CLER & TUCKER .0 edcb for cash. D. C; ]gAMLETTE Lawer W0odville, Miss. &la4/ om flue yearling heifers; J; S, McGehee, LAUREL HILL, L&. IaEHEE's RED RUSTPROO SEED OATS. RLIABLE LESPEDEZA SEED. Oe in DR. R. F: PAYNEI Eya, Ear, lose and Throat Omee hours 2 to 5 p, m. t HSpIAI, Steph'enbu, Miss, , 4-8-1922-1y DR. J. W. BINDON, Jl Physician aod SurSe61  6odviile, Miss. "J, Fellows Builtng DR." C. E. CATClIINC " ", PhyM;av i! Surlrom Wooaville, id. /