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22, 1923 20, 1923 ..... 2b. 75 .......... 28.90 PERSONAL ] of Darrington, to Woodville Summit, spent as the guest of and daughters. L. Robinson, of here as irs. and Sam in Vicksburg and Mrs. Eugene and her little went to Can- to spend a few Dickson and little the week of her sister-in- left Monday City, Me., where seamen in city. Jackson, d the Cumberland spent Tuesday local exchange. and infant eame up tint- visit to her B. M. Cham- Oliver Catch- left dur- week for Oxford of Missis- who bes been A. W. Lane- :]Kt Harry Ford. Leland yester- of Mr. Day, left for the during the a courfe this week for the College, where that seszion, and that institu- left Wedne Orleans on s husband, who a8 the editor spent eral of the week Rouge parish on ) guest of hi son- Robinao S. White and La, SUnday and spent Mrs. H. S. White. entertained the Junior EI she is super- enjoyable lawn Jr., and little the week in her parents, and afternoon. Who is the William in Centreville ; the w ctek end cousln, MrL lealm that our who has in Nashville four years, is fll Pneumonia. and moon recover. nd attractive Vbginia, arrived a visit of three Chattanooga, York City. Lat, who ha, here with Lewis, return- Wednesday f Lmflsiana at Pineville, LL, hetve siren notice that their inga pleasant vacation near Laurel will operate on Friday of each Hill, La., on a visit to his brother, &apos;only until further notice. As Mr. I M. Walker, and his family, t as cotton begins to come in , freely, the number of ginning days Miss Dannie Miller, the efficient each week will be increased. and popular assistant cashier of the l Commercial Bank here, is taking her i vacation this week, which she "LSl spending quietly at home. She i$ just taking a well-deserved rest, ! that's all. Mr. and Mrs Quitman Henle and little son, Quitman, Jr., of Baton Rouge, came up Sunday on a visit to. his mother, Mr& J. tL Henley, and to other relatives. They expected to be here about ten days, this being l his annual vacation. I Misses Carrie Lanehart and Jose- phine Tucker have returned to the Mississippi State Coltgo for Women at Columbus to resume their studies, and Misses Mittie Sessions, Mar- garet Collum and Willie Argue have entered that institution. At the meeting of joint committees of the union revival held in the Christian church on Thursday of last week a resolution was passed ex- pressing the wish that a union re- vival similar to or greater than tha recent one be held in 1924, and a committee was appointed to present the matter to the vartotta congrega- :teal Hen. E. H. Ratcliff, prominent lawyer of the city, received painful but not serious hurts Sunday when he was accidently knocked down by an automobile as he was crossing Pearl street between Main and Franklin. Mr. Ratelit was confined to his ]ome yesterday as a result of the accident. -- Tuesday's Natchez Demecra;. At the Men's Prayer Motoring on Tuesday evening, which was led by Mr. D. L. Cumbo, it was decided to accept the invitation to hold services at White's School House tomorrow, Sunday, afternoon at 3 o'clock. A large number of the memhera will at- tend this meeting and a meet cordial invitation is extended te the public to be premnt. The committees having in charge the resent union revival meeting held at the eout house desire to thank the public in general and those peons in particular who at the sacrifice of time and energy arranged the building, enfertained the visiting workers, and in various ways put forth efforts which asssisted in mak- ing the meeting a succes& Oscar Ferguson, who has heen playing ball with the Staneeola team of Baton Rouge during the past two mo_tha, arrived home Tuesday pre- paratory to returning to the Missis- sippi A. & M. College to ume hi studies. This young man who is one of the best amateur pitchers in this section, had several attractive offers frofn different schools but de- cided to return to the Miss. A. & M. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wright and family, who have been living "in thiE town for the past three years, left on Wednesday or Port Gibson where Mr. Wright has a position as super- vising engineer on a road construc- tion contract. Mr. and Mr& Wright are deservedly popular in this com- munity and their many friends regret very much to soee them leave but all Join in the hope that their future home may be as pleasant as the one they have left. Mr. and Mr& Sam Ro hae imaed invitations to the marriage of their daughter, Mi Mary Roo, to Mr. Vincent' Bellipani, of Me- Comb City,'whlch will be celebrated Miss Elizabeth M. Preston has won a scholarship in the Chicago Conr- eatery of Music and Jaekso friends and others in the slate will rejoice I that this talented Mississippi ' had won in a contest participated in by young musicians from every state m the union. Mis Preston is the daughter of J. R. Preston, for many years prominent in educational work in this state, and Mrs. Preston, who will spend the winter in Chicago with her daughters. Their many Jackson friends join in extending congratu- lations to Miss Preston and wishing ler a most successful yea.---Jaeksen Daily News We are in receipt of a letter from our young friend, Howard L. Carter son of Mrs. J. A. Carter, of this town who enlisted n the U. S. Navy las yea This young man, who is now on the U. S. Destroyer William Jones (308), now stationed at San Diego, Calif., writes us rnst interestingly about the recent destrudIon of the seven 11. S. Destroyer cff the Calf fornia coast. What is of even more interest was his report tht" the Wil- liam Jones would have Leen one of the ill-fated hips but for the fact that it was undergoing repairs at the time so was prevented from making the cruise, which proved disastrous. his ship, he writes, is now the only one left in the 33rd Division. His many friends here will be glad to 14tara that he was so fortunate as o escape this trying experiere, and all join in the hope that this good for- tune will follow lm throughout hi terra of erviee. The local Parent-Teacher Associa- tion held a meeting for the purpose of re-organization at the A.H. School on last Frida afternoon with twen- ty members present and Mr& How- ard Wolf, the new president, in the chair. The treasurer, Hrs. H. M. Johnston, reported the playground equipment as all paid for and a nice little balance in the treasury. It was voeed to eontin@a the annual dues at twenty-five cents, and Mrs. D. L. Cumbo was appointed to take clmrge of the canvass for the renews] of old members and the solicRing of tnew ones. A repet't of the result of this wll be made at the next meeting which will be held on the fourth Fri. day afternoon. Sept. 2h, at 3:30! o'clock, this being the day and tim. agreed upon for the regular monthly meetings The aoe'mtion feels that it san point with pride te .the work it has accomplished n its one year of existence, and that it can accomplish even more this session With the con- tinued so*operation of so many of the patrons of the school FOOTBALL GAME NEXT FRIDAY The first football game for this l county will be played at Kaigierl Park in Woedville on next Friday! afternoon, September 28th, at 3: o'clock, between the teams of the l A. H. School here and the Magnolia] HtgM School. "This will be something worth seeing,:o come out and enjoy a real treat and at the same time give your home team a great big boost. Besides the best fancy 8roceries, we have dell.ou iunche always on lm.----Plitt's Bakery. and PoStmaster E. A. Wood a double mail service for WoodviHe, by way *of Centreviille,  The Woodvil!e in will be has been secured, and the new' schedule is to go into effect on next run on Friday el each wctki Monday morning, under the efficient until further notice. care of Mr. E. N. McCraine, the present contractor. The mail car will leave Centreville each morning on arrival o the "Bumble Bee," 7:.11, and will arriver in Woodville' fifty minutes later. Returning the car will leave Woodville at 10:30 a. m., and arrive in time for the south. bound train at Centrevilte. On the  DAMPF & MORGAN. PEARS FOR SALE.--Preserving Pears 30c per r, eck at my home; 40c per peek delivered. Eating Fears 40c per pe':k a my home; 50c deliv- ered. L. ESCilER, I'ond, Miss. 3w second trip car leaves after arrival h t FOR SALE:lqymourb Rock coc- of 1:25 p. m. train and reac es i kerels at ,1 and $i.50. Aply to the Wsodville fifty minutes later, lear- Mothodis Panage, Woodvvitle. ing Woodville at 6 o'clock on return .............................................. trip to Centreville.'As a resul oil WANTED:I will pay 20c each this change no through mail will be' for Locust and Cedar Fence Po:ts 8 feet lon, 5 inches at top, in car carried on the 8:30 train out off lots f. o. b., Woodville oz any Y. & Woodville. This double service will prove a great convenience to this entire section of the county, for which we us thank the Chamber of Commerce and our wide-awake postmaste:. PROGRAM JFOR.. CENTENNIAL. St. Pau]' Etiscopal Ch Volvitle, Miss. , M. V. R. R. Station. R. S. MORE- HEAD, Ingleside, Miss. 9.153w i FOR SALE. My hcuse and lot. Apply o OLLIE M. HAMILTON. 9-8-2w. FOR SALE. -- DUOCS --. Two proven Brood Sows of the very best blood line at an attractive price. Sired by noted sirc, Top Colonel and Cherokee. JNO. L. HAYS. 9-8-2w. DELTA LAND FOR lENT.--Have W(:dnesday, Gctober 3, 1923 about 3,000 acre rich delta land 7:30 p. m.--Dedication of Memo- tav Fairview, Conccrdia parish, La. Will make ret very attractive to rials, Ccnr;nation and address by good farmcr wih their own teams. the at. Ray. Theodore D. Bratton, t Land is need. dry loam land; good . D.  houses ard livn conditiors. Gee(" Thursday, October 4-- I pasture-< for .ock. Write Box 446. lf):0 a. m.  Corporate Com- Meriold, ,,,:s, 9-8-4w muni0,00. I ..... ' 6 :Oh p. m. uper in ParL;h House.! Altt,o,h I :Ea . eov, tinue to work 7;30 p. m. Informal Service with' in my Llackmi:h ,hop, in which I Rerninircent Wll:s Icy the clergy and laymen. Friday, October 5 7:30 p. m. ervtce with tn address by a former rector. Sunday, October 7 10"-00 a. ra. Sunday School. 11:00 a. m Holy Communion and Sermon by Rt. Rev. Win. Mercer Green, D. D. 7:30 p m. Union Service and sere mOIL CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank the many friends who Tendered such generous aid and a'sslstance during the illness and foL lowing the death of our loved one, Mrs. r Elizabeth Wood. Their many acts of kindness will ever be remembered by us. W. B+ WOOD AND FAMILY. You can get te pure icb cream at retail or in quantitle when you want it at Plitt's Bkery. Bond Bread, Mother's Brcd, mJe in New Orleans, fresh daiy at D. L. CUMBO'$. 5-year-old mares, weighing 1200 pound each; one 8-year-old mare with 5-months-old colt; one 7-year- old saddle horse; two good wagons and harness; 800 barrels of corn;! two carz of good hay. Will sell ebeap for cash or trade for cattle. W. H. REESE, Centreville, Miss. 9-22-4w. NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS AND CREDITORS OF EANK OF CENTREVILLE. Notice is hereby given that the Bank of Centreville, at its office In Centreville, Mismssippi, will, on Oc- tober 2nd, 1923. pay depositors and l creditors, on certificates neld by them, a second dividend of 20 per cent. J.S. SALMOND, Bank Examiner and Liquidator. 9-22-1928o2W. have been en#.'ag,.:d Ycr 28 years, I wi.,:h the mbUc I kow that I have oper:cd a ne.t Htle store on Natchez s,re::t, two -btock from Main. 1 shall keep on hand fresh trrcceries, canned, goods and cold drinkz, and will thank you for your patronage. MIKE , cM OP, RIS. PINE BLUFF STORE, Woodville. 9-8-4w. TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting, fishing, traplng or otherwise trespassing on any lands owned by the undersigned is strictly prohibited under penalty of the law 8-6-2 ly W.L. FERGUSON. ? 7 ? 7 ? HAVE YOU TRIED OUR COOKED MEATS AT THE KENILWOOD MARKET ? ? ? ? ? 7 E. M. KEE, Manager, "THE CIGAR THAT SELLS." DISTRIBUTOR at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Woodville on Wednesday afternoon, October third, at four o'clock. No invitations have been sent to rela- tives and friends in Woodville, but Mr. and e Mrs. Rosen have red us to extend these a most cordial invitation to be present. --..---: __ Dr. Chas. E. Catchings, municipal health officer, has reque.d us to give notice to the public tlutt the premises of every residence and business house in this town must be cleaned up on or before Wednesday of next weei At this time the doe- tel will make a thorough inspection of the town, when be hopes, to find it in a clean and sanitary onditin. This order to clean up is made for the benefit of everybody, so It does not mean yodr neighbor alone, but it also meas YOU. This means get bus. Show your pride in your home tt e/- by helping to further:.___beautify it. The young women's bridge clu b the met on last Saturday afternoon wtb in this section Mr Tho Roand, Jr., as hostet. There wN thre table for te a game, Wieh We played, prOgre and ie vely as usual, the highest score b , ing made by Mrs. Peter M. Stockett The prize awarded her was a dainty re- eat gia bud vase, the consolation. in Centreville Wa  set of asSOrted cake cu fell to Mks Mittie Semion Of punch was sarvecl that and at the end of the series there were refreshments of fruit sherbet, of ! Red Rust-Proof Seed Oats _ _ t _ - _ _ --JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF RED RUST-PROOF OATS THAT I AM OFFERING AT VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. SUPPOSE YOU PUT IN A FEW ACRES FOR WINTER PASTURE THIS YEA -Yo an secure ROGERS SILVER. WARE absolutely free by. trading th m. Cat.Is given aw with 6vo S0-coat purchawe. Com in i tL  iffilldaln it to yOU. n/nf- pies of t dlverware to be 8fveu /wm] o dsplay  my store. . M. TREPPENDAH[ ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, WOODvILLE, MISS. WOODVILLE, MISS. Cumbo's Grocery! Woodville, Miss. The Store where you can get what you want, when you want t and always at the right price. D. L. Cumbo. FOR SALE FINE, SELECTED. ONE AND TWC YEAR OLD BULLS. The carr an cold blood ,it all. All are Grade Red Polls, all Mu|er and frmm &amd milk strains, $.30.00 and $50.00 each for cash. Abo some finn yearling heifers. J, S, McGehee, LAUREL HILL, L. McG]HEE'S RED RUSTPROOF SEED OATS. RELIABLE LESPEDEZA SEEIX Tnere Is No Work Lfke'Tam-W D. C. BRAMLETE Lawe Woodville, Miss. Office in Brick Building, Commercial Row. Phone 44-R. g. C. LEJK Lwr Woodville, Mis wears a Rose & Company MadeoTo-Measurc Suit is tho roughly satisfied, because he gets .style, fit and quality in ret-o.rn for the purchase price V/e've been asked what there is about Ic00e Company " ))-'l'o.Me'e '1 : that mark them as atveay lJelng the most stylish. It is not easy to xplain why they command your ad- miration. The last that you like Rose Iothes is more important than the explanation. The new ALL-WOOL Fall and Winter |abrics are now on display and your inspection ia invited. Our remarkably low prices will surprise you -- and as we guarantee absolute satisfaction, you Iv'ave nothing tO chance. An early call will aatu'e yOU of'the particu- lar pattern you may deire. SCHLOSS COMPANY, Agents, ! \\; I W O O D'V I L L E M I S S I S S I PP i YOU CAN ..... RE R000e00rs ' $000000erware. WITHOUT CHARGE -. BY TRADING WITH US. TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THiS ]XCEPTIONAL OFFEI  SAVE OUR CARDSTHEY ARE VALUABLE One Card with each 50 Cash Purchase .i . :" CARDS GIVEN BY T. WOOD The Bmty Druggist. TELEPHONE S-J Woodville, M|s| GASOLINE STATIO N and FISK TIIES COMPLETE'STOCK NEW RECORDS---FULL' L|NE A. H. JONES, DR. R. F. PAYNZ, EYe, Ear, Nose and LawTer, . Throat RI Estate Bought _and E0Id Oflid hours 2 to 5 p. m. at'it . on ommssmon. Stephenson, Mtsff" _ court holms, Wbodville, Miss. 4-8-1922-1y DR. W. W.. MONTFORT, Crown and Ilrttlge work a Special),y. Odd Fellows' Bldg. Phone 116-W. W. F..Tucker Clay B. Tucker TUCKER & TUCKER Lawyers. Woodville, -:- Miss. Of corn