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ter, Lucile, to Natchez on day and ha her tonsils ; 19Z3. Dr. Iunk Sessions.=; She was accom- 18, 1923. ..... 23.00 .... 28.70' i TURF/) SKULL. l 'P. A. Johnson, a,ed 69. of Wood-' panied by Mrs. C. M. TreppendahI: villa, is at the Natchez Sanitorium, who retuiaed home the same after-: where he was brought yesterday fol- noon. i lowing an accident in which he sue- -:- i tained a fractured skull Mr John- Very little ginning has been dne son was r.t work on one of the bridges throughout this county thus far this on the Woodville road in the Homo- season as the farmer appear to have chitto Swamp when a pulley falling I adopted the plan of getting all of for a distance of 30 feet struck him their cotton out of the field beiore or the head. On his arrival at the Rosette, was taking i to the gin, and then, be-:: Nutchez SanP.orium an o.eration for a few si.cs, the crop will be hort.  was performed by Dr. R. D. Sessions. : The condition of Mr. Johnson is con- I The Union Service on Sunday' sidered very erious on account of left esterday i ztay in Baton i and friendL ! " 1 11 of East Fel'c" guest of Mr. and   Monday morning and J.B. L district, were in afternoon. and IL D were visi. @a Tuesday after- of Centreville, Wood,lie after- Miss Isabella spent a few on Wednesday and Me. R. E. in Baton the rrne Wilkinson evening was conducted by Rev. C! morning. T. Thorason, of the pl'jesbyterian ore. i church, and te ervico next Sunday' ,evening will be conduced by Rev.! G. H. Suttle, Gf the Baptist church, at the court house at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. L. B. Seidenspinner spent! several days in her former home in! Fort Adams during the first of the week where she h been pacing her furniture preparatory to moves into the new hme which Mr. Selden-' is one of this county's most solid: spinner has bought in Baton Rouge. and substantial citizens and one who is loved and respected wherever he Those who have sam cream to the is known. At the time of the acct. local Cream Station are very much, dent he was assisting his son, Mr.[ pleased ith their returns and thai Fayette Johnson" with the eonztruc-' nuraber of cream vA!ers is increadngi tion of the trestling in the Hom each day. This means ready money chitto Swarr.p on the Prentiss High- to you, so get busy and send in your! way. The latest reuorts are to the ri effect that he is doing as wel a surplus cream each Tuesday and F - I could be expected and all of hi day morning.__: t friends pray that hie recovery may We are glad to k___now that the li'e "c Boon. son of Dr. and Mrs. Nolan S. Dick-I Later.--Sinee the above was writ- son, who was taken to New OrleLns: ten this writer visited Mr. Johnm)n last week for treatment, is now on at the Sanatorium and found him the road to recovery. MrL Diekson much improved .and his condition and the little fellow returned here! most encourang. We are de- Monday and are now with Mr. and:,lited to report hlz recovery assur- Nrs. J. K. SessionL eL is now mRk- Rouge, wa[ on Wednesday and daugh*er Saturday Rouge on at of the Com. home Tue- visit to rela- rector of St. here, spent irmckneyvie the second di- of The Way- Wednesday rehase |--.-_. and her Gasquet, of to Wood- Auocls- regular monthly I School on next 8:30 o'clock. Caller and Lee- The Men's Prayer Meeting in this town cn Tuesday evening was con- dueled by Mr. John McCraine and the meeting on next Tuesday even- ing, which dll be held at the Chris- tian church on acconnt of court be- ing in seszion, will be led by District Attorney R. E. Bennett. Mr. Henry Jehlson, Jr., who hu been working at the Standard Oil plant in Baton Rouge during the pat sumraer, came home last week to spen a while with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, before re- turning to Cuba, w'nere he has work as an aistant sager Chemist. _.__ ----. Mr. Q. A. James, of Springfield, Ill., arrived here Tezday afternoon on a visit to his friend, Mr. F. E. Jamee Mr. Jones was Mr. James' '"BuddY" while they were together drains the late war in France, eo natexaUy it is a great pleasure to both to be able to enjoy a reunion at this time. ? The young women's bridge club met oa Monday aernoon wiLb s. Bloomfield as hoste. After an enjoyable series of game played at two tables a delicious sweet course of gelatine and whipped cream, cake and candies was served. Mrs. C. A. Wood, Jr., will entertain on next Monday afternoon. The recan crop of this county i now coming to market and the local the membrane of his brain being[ broken. -- Natchez Democrat, Wed- nesday, October 17th. The above will be read with much regret by a host of friend of Mr. Johnson throughout this count;y, where he is so deservedly popular, and ail hpe that he may ultimateIy recover. Mr. Johnson, who resides about n miles noah of Woodvi!le. Mr. J. A. Redhead is expected here this, Siafirday, evening from New Orleans, having resigned his positio, with The Modern Farming, and will hegiu at once to make preparatiom to leave for Columbus during the latter part of this month to take the position of eaperintendont of the Masonic Home in that town. The football game in this town on last Friday afternoon, in wbicl the Wilkinson County A. H. School boy defeated the Natchez High School by a score of 12 t@ 0, was the best ex. hibition cf the game ever seen in this town and proved beyond a shadow Of doubt that Coach "Billy" Wood i the real article when it comes to de- veloping a winning team out of e bunch of recrnits. The game wa a closely contested one from start tc finish and was absolutely free from any "rough stuff," the visitors, like our home team, being young men who had the right conception of what srort is. Our team scored two touch- down, one by Carroway and the o*Jer by C. Nettles, both having beer my.de after consistent llne bucking The visitors had the ball at the local team's 3-yrd line at one me and it looked as if they would score, but Hills saved the day with an end run of fifteen yards. The local team played real, honest-to-goodess foot bll, each man contributing tow ard the success of the game. JURY LIST FOR CIRCUIT COURT: " * *, * The following is the list of iuror : LATET ANI7 BEST  ": " ": for the October term of Circuit * -- " ; 0 Court of this county, which wiil con- * An lncreaslng, Lifelong Monthly * N TW!THSTANDING THE BIG AD i vene on Monday morning, 0eL 22: * Income if Totally and Perma- *  ' IN ALL C First Week.D. E. McDonald, J * net, fly Disabled by Accident or * A. Walker, E. T. Smith, J. W. Owens * Dease Before Age of 60, : LASS OF R.G. Jone. H.P, Jonee, Abe(ohen * I Dress Good C. H. Geter, W. a'. Wesbercv, A. * The" Mutual Life lusuram=o * Metzger, Frank D'Aq.i]a. ). L. * Company of New York * Deloach, J. G. Larrieu, L. O'Fallon * $100 a month during first five *  guson, H. L. Stutzman, . M. Strick- * years $200 thereafter for life. * * l er, G. C. Broaden, Phil Lobrano, W, * No further premium deposits. *] iS. Ford, Floyd Smith, Rona!d Owens * And then $10.090 at your death *] Clarke McCraine, W. C. Cage, L F. * to your beneficiary, or $20,000 * S Gaulden, J. O. Owens, J. K. Netter- * if death st any age, is accidental, *I ville, H. L. White, T. G. Brown * payable in a single sum, or as *; iCk.rles Felter, Ellis Felter, H. H, ! incmefratermfyearsorfr I  d Silks Ca,e, David Carter, J. W. Sanders life. Total di00hili. Rafines, Velvets, Corduroys J. C. Vines, D. H. Leak, D. E. Car- months regarded, during further ter. M. D. Nettles, L. E. Cavin, Hen- * .continuance, as permanent. " an Nv ry ;,ettles, J. G. Wiener, Ed;lie Rabb * R. L. cCraine, Doug eN:.el?, Car] * Ful! v,rticnlars of this Perfect Cavtn, G. W. Mathis, Jr., Ernest Car. * Life Insurance Policy given ter, Marvin Carter. : upon request * . OUR PRICES REMAIN THE SAME Second Week.E. S. WMker, J. , AEE COHEN, Agent re' * And as Long as.This P. Wood, A. K. Davis, L. T. Ventress: Jr., Lyt. Lewis, G M. Smith, Jo, : Mutual llfe |nsurance Co. of NY. : Gross, L. L. Eschar, E.-L Ward, A. e.' Woodville, Mis.' * Stock Lasts i Groz, Clarence E. Ward, Edgar Ney-; i ( e- i land, Sam Cox, A. W. thh, Jo. Re - head, R M McKe@, C A Anderson ! NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS t A. ,. J. No Advance will be ASked NoAce is hereby given tha the] Flowers, Howard Scott, C. S. 4?after !Board of upe'isors of Wilkinson 1 * A. C. Bunch, D. N. Cavin, W. L .county,-Mississippl, will at its meet- l Net!es, Allen Arnold,, N. W. Mc-ing on the first Monday of Non.era: Craino, W. N. Perry, T. N. Ashley. ' her, A. D. 1923, borrow the sum oli $10,000.00 and execute loan war- 1 LYCEUM COURSE. rant or warrants therefor on the[ treasury of said county, payable on A. H. School Audltorltm, Thurty February 15h, 1924, for the pur- SCIILOS S Evening, October 25th, 1923, at :0O O'clock. poe of payirg the salaries of the " C 0  P  " Y county school teac, her. " " ' *; The first number of the Continen- Thi October 2nd. 1923 W O O 1;j V I L L E, M I S S l S S I 1  P . tel Lyceum Company vdll be given 10-6-1923-4w. W. L HAYS, Clerk k  : on next Thursday evening, October ..................................... "  24th, at 8 o'clock, in the audioriu:n FOR SALE.I am offering for sale of the A. H. School. This is the first: at a reasonable price the house in ........ _--..e. of six numbers for this course, and Woodville owned by Walter Hender- season tickets are now on sale at son. Ca!l at once for price. C. W $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for chil-EENDER3ON, Wooddlle. 10-20-3 dren. You slould not miss a sirzle', .................................... number, s be sure to be on hand COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Thursday evening, October 25thi By virtue of the decree of the General 'admission 25e and 50c [Chancery Cout of Wilkinson court- , --:-- ty, 5,isshsippi, renaered at the Sep- The October term of clrcui eou teraber term, 1923, in the case nun- of this county will meet on next bored and styled No. 1515, Ex porte Monday morning at 9 o'clock with; B. S. Graves et al, I will on atur. ] j:. Judge R. L. Corban presiding andlday, October 20th, 1923, in'lawfu!i R. E. Bennett, district attorney. It hours, in the cou house yam, at, is not believed that this term will, WoodvLqe, Misdssippl, offer for sale[   break the established preeeden*, re*i and sell to the highest bidder fo l d  '5 this county and run ate the econ cash the following lands situated in ..,- week, despite the fact that there are Wilkin.on cnty, Msmsmpp: 2 more crlminal cases than usual on acres in the South West corner of, the docket. The only murder case' Section 49, T. 1, R. 1, E, the said to be tried is that of the State vs[20 cres fronting two acres on the t Ida O'Quin, which was tried at the pulAic road, and running back teu F" last term and revered and remanded acres, and being the same 20 acres bwny the supreme court. There are reserved by Ben Graves in the deed other criminal cases to be tried of conveyance by him to H. N. Pet- C: and three awaiting the action of the figrew as is shown by deed of record ,grand Jry. In addition to the above in maid county in Deed Book .-X. the cases against E. F. McKee, pres. iage 2. The parties and the pureha ident, and J. W. Anderson, Jr.. cash- er will t, ke notice that the motion ler, of the defunct Bank of Centre-' o approve the report and to confirm villa will come up for hearing, the .le of the said and will be made and heard before Hen. R" W. Cutrer Beides the bet fancy groceHe*, Chancellor, in vacation at Magnolia. we bane d,licious lunches alway on Mizsisaippi, on Saturday, October ,.: hand.Plitt' Bakery. 27tb, 199-3. --:-- This September 22, 1928. , end read, Mother's Bread, made i. L. HAYS, Commissioner. I in New Orleans, frezh !aily at D. L. 9-29-192.%4W. CUMBO'S.  River Iand, :- here Wednesday buyers are being kept busy weighing It is thought that the WoodviUe ....  - "- .... ; 'to Natchez. and paying [or this prodn.c. The model zoad will be pushed to corn-  I  J I  1 I " * . , -- . "" " '' "" "" " ,,Get m 00e00_d00ssea t'lw00 -- . evp i .ry g " _ ___ pleuon rapidly, as six miles of the  ll 1 1  .............. A. Allen returned olLbovIn the yield is decrease ny m upper eetion Ires been aab|et, thu Tl A U. Ur UuK er a de!ightf.ul diaeahat has attaczea many o expediting the work. The three-mile THE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE ,,r espy-=, mAwAe" ttUves and friends the trees this eason. In spe o, l e, treth from Whitman is mategiali TAKE NOTICE THAT OUR WOOD- " ..................... old will be a e in Kentucky. this, however, the yi [ inn briskly. Mr. Irt-ine says he hated VILLE GIN WILL BE OPERATED , BACON. " " " ----- . fine one ]to cut down the catalpas in front of IN FUTURE ON WEDNESDAY OF and children" o' :-- . . [ /al-efield plantation but it had to EACH V4EEI( INST'AD OF ON fl. Pouud Boz. 50 p00anlers McreonHicC0 Emnding the week! Mr. aohR E. Thomas, w io, oesiae ., i be done. Tese stately and graceful FRIDAY. --- ' " her father, Mr. ] filling the office of marm el ms [ trees were lanted in 1836, and when t  most a-ce ably, is a first.class] o "  WE WILL APPRECIATE , ring e.me up ]town _. pt - . ., - .. m bloom mad. a risen of beauty. "" .......... 1"" ,,, -:l[gt| [piscatmdal avti, mane me recoro Tree-lovers will sigh over the loss xuu rP,  [tr[[Jiit] |i[l'[[1 % " tie of the I - . .,- et,mua u v-,.' ,,m'ummmw. ---- catch of trout for th.m sec.  ,. i but a strmght, level, hard road w;,l v.,,. o_ .r/xr and little son re-[ coanty last week when he pro.usa] bless hundreds, not to mention the l2t'r oc ,x.ax.x. E.M. KEE, lVlnager, V 00 D V I L L E , M I S S I  $][P P 'y evening from ihome two trout tha. t .waxgnea our;l present geneYatlon$ yet unborn, not .... _ . . . ks' visit to beg i teen pounds, one e,gh pouner an!to mention the present generation DOG LOST.A setter dog, white Woodville, . - . Mi,smsppi yland, in Texa. t one ix. That's a catch that m nor,o, who have served a weary apprentice- with black head, has strayed from my " " "  tO " ' " " " ' m Baton Rouge. to beat, mad t  uo fia r-y, [mg ehp to nerve-.racking, time-wat- home. A reward will be paid for hm "--- _' .] either. . [ ing, horse-killing, vehicle-destroying return. W. J. MILLER, Woodvflle. i eentlypurchaseo : . bad roads. And rees will grow-----------:=--__  --' ............................  [pendahlthere. We had tho pleasmre of meetinglagaino. Letu, plantthem. The,oa d STATE OF MISSISSIPPI '. >="_ - ....   , '- , ' ormerly owned_! in our towns lst Friday .afternoo.loutfit of Mr. Cunninghn of Wilson To Stalls Ravish, defendant: J ....... ;% L Pat Leak, and, Hen. Denni Murphree, neutenan- [ in charge o E!mo Wrir.ht, came over You are commanded to appear be- m- hi wif last  vernor elect, [o we, s here on  . , , " " go " ' - , at the weekend and started c-a.dng fore the chancery court of Wilkin.  . i business for the State Tax Co,m- } out th right of way on the highway I n county, said state, on the first  .]a A " . , ] ainu. Mr. Murrhree, who is a ro.n.  from St. Fesncisvi]le on Tuesday. i Monday of April, 1924, to defend 'e_4 " ;church Sudy.i er editor, was signally .honored b!; r. J. F. Irvine's outfit started ati the suit in said court Of wini.n Jf,,4 ead of the usual the people of Missipp] m me..rc Whitman, last week, and will work! Ravish, wherein you are defendant.  Z ." . " the 'y "re :' xermses, cWill he aildre., " Sm" I cent co,. an' ing he will credit " Pmary wear to th,s and the " honor stae, we feel with sure becom . t.at . to a point Francisville True tbree Demberat. nJJle, north.---t. )October 10-13-1923-3w . ,. ,,,,. ,"' ,' "'. " ". ", ', ', ..-- Vo'; CAN, "t)c " " - --- ""'""" 00000ers- S)00verw00re tone, of Buffalo ] pod over in Woodville for a few nou - k':#t'l zl le on Wed- I on a visit last F.-dday morning on his  k''@'l ,.., ,n ,,: w.,.. 00a,.ho. ,o join wife on "WITHO00 CH00GE rv0r of the Lost { a sit to her relative While here "._[aqL #" :glad to say that he said that he had not learned of ! " " ' Red Rust P-"-of hearty, any resemble cand)daes who wou,d oppo.e him next year n4 r, atura'rly BY TRADING WITH U. "* this. section hms hoped that he" would be honored by -- J. was rg- Coast during the' heavy rain has from, the i was called to' last week by, cousin, Mr the late Col well and this county. A. McNeele On Wednes- injury of her Johnson, who Savitoroum. the mme even- mnnsger Trust , in the] a Bank .in bank sud, early dte. ,u4ron a church held: and a meet being permitted to reeeWe the nomi- nation without opposi:,on. Mr. B. H. Bass, who has a sub- contract for the erection of about i tix miles ef gravel highway tn West Feliciena parish from the MissFippi-! Loisiana line south, crafted hm out, t fit to work last week. Mr. Bass. wh! has completed several road contracts in this county, is reeogLed as one of the most successful road builder in the state, so our West Felielans fends ay real assured tt he will give them a first-class read. The editor of this paper appreci- ates very much the nice things thal have been aid and are stir being said about the booklet which was re- cently issued from this niece for the centenary celebration of St. Paul' Epiopal church, Many hought that! the work could not be excelled i ntthe I bg cities, while others said that he did not reaHz that our office could :urn out such high-elas work. This l goes to show t any/:.fai!i to alreate the goes tnmgs t , that can be lad right here  home.[ A fargo number of d "tns of this county attended .e big allow .at.l Natchez on There.daY, the contractor. on the trestie wgrk" in the Homo- I chitto swamp having opened up the road $or that d The show was on of the best that l has exhibited in tlzst town. Only one t performanee was held owing  the {heavy rain Which beg an to fvJ1 jvt , as the afternoon show opened. The !result was that a large number of a genuine "dudkin," Seed Oats --JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF RED RUST-PROOF OATS rHAT 1 AM OFFERING AT VKRY ATTRACTIVE PRICES. SUPPOSE YOU PUT IN A FEW ACRF FOR WINTER PA3TURE THIS YF.: You can 4dre tOGERS SILVER- WARE abmlutely free by trading wlth me. rds en away wit[# every 50-cent purchase. Come in and let ma explain it to you. _Sam- plcs of the Silverware to be sired away on display in my ore. It -. .. . TR[PP[000000RL ODD FELLCWS' BUILDING, WOODvILLE,.MIS. "THE CIGAR TIAT" ]LLS." mszmmrrox WOOVILZ, MISS. Cumbo's Woodville, MiM, The Store where you can get what you wat, when you want tt and always at the right price. D. L. Cumbo. FOR SALE FINE, SELECTED. ONE AND TWO YEAR OLD BULLS. They ctrr- no cold blood at all Al ra Grade Red Polls, all Muloy and from good" milk attains, ve,,y cheap for cash. Aim some fine yearling e|fs. J. S, McGehee, LAUREA. tilLL, LA T. 0000rooD A. H. JONFI ...,--.m Ia Estste Bought and oId Ol Commiou. Officein court lmm, Woodville, Mi. DR. W. W. MONTFORT, Dtt Woodville, Mis C0%a,a Brid0rk a Specdalty. d e%'o' '#. Phone 11W. W. F. Tuker Clay B. Tucker CrR TUCaZ Lwrs. Woodville, -:- Miu. Ofle Southwe eome publie qusre D. C: BRAMLETTE Lawyer Woodvilie; Mis Comraercial I