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3, 1923. 1, -1023. ; ........ 30 50 ............ 295 PERSONAL |, and Aldermen' afternoon at i was a business  during the will meet ! on next Tues- 8 o'clocL of Laurel Hill, New Orleans Sunday morn- on a week's visit B. Irion. of Canton, is two weeks to her Bramlette. will on next nine o'clock. of Pale Alto, last week on MI D. C. Bram- 'and little daugh- last Saturday home the ok d Old I The peace and returr.ing officers should not fail to call for the ballot "boxes for the general election wifieb is to be held on next Tuesday. The open season for hunting wild ducks and geese began on Thursday: November 1st and a number of lover of this sport were out on that day. : [ We are in receipt of the announce- sent of the birth of a little girl tel Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Fontenot at l their home in Opelousas, La., on October 29th. Mr. Fontenot made We,drills his home as a child and later returned to marry a Wilkinson county girl, Miss Tillery, of the northeastern part of the county. DoubtleM you have forgotten that next Tuesday, November 6th, is the i date of the general election, so go to the polls and cast a complimentary vote for the various candidate Re- * member that the candidates who were nominated in the August prl, maries must receive the endorsement of the general election on next Tues. day before they will be elected to the various officers, which is, of course, assured, there being no opposition. .----- : We have received this week a let- ter which we value very much as we accept it as an expression of the writer's appreciation .of The We.drills Republican. Thm reads: "Dear Editor: Find enclosed my check for $10.00 to pay for five years' subscription to your paper. My wife and myself enjoy the paler so rough each week. * * *" This letter was written by a friend who does not liv in Wilkinson county, although he is not far away and is re- cegnized a a Wilkinsonite. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Redhead and two sons' Robert and Norwood, left here Monday morning for Columbus, Miss, of Baton Rouge, on a visit to and to other] f'mer home. Kalm and MrL CalPa e over :he day here as L. C. Scldos to leave this where they will make their home in to enter l future, Mr. Redhead having accepted the position as superintendent of the I Masonic Orphans' Home. Mr R. Mt Wflliaml M. McGehee, who remained here with S. Dickton are her son, Mr. C. G. McGehee, end his I family, will join them there within il Young. few weeks- To have this J[amily leave here is a genuine 1o to our community and one that is felt bye large circle of friends. Mrs. Mc- Gehee and Mrs. Redhead were both very active in both the church and social life here and Mr. Redhead, who during the past few years has bee at home only on semi-monthly visits, Will be very much missed, as will the three sons. was called to MRS. LYDIA.__E. BRANNKN.// illness of her ,' Putnam, who. A death of unusual sadness wa now much is- that of Mra Lydia E. Brannan, which occurred suddenly at ten o'clock on Thursday morning of last week at G. I)ucomb and the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. morning for A. Massey, in this town./ Coming as they are spend- it did only two days after the death to relatives of Mr H. B. McGehee it occasioned another shock to our community, as with it came the realization that two of our town's most beloved women and noble Christian characters had passed to their reward. The funeral services were onduct ed at the Christm church on Friday afternoon at three o'clock by the pas- tor, Mr. J. C. Lawder, dtrlng thS course of which he paid a truly beau- tiful tribute to the life of the de- ceased. Her remairm ere latd to react-An Evergreen Cemetery, where relatives and friend gathered in great numl?era to pay their last sad tribute to the one whom they knew here. of Mr. T and loved The grave was literally were glad to buried beneath a mass of beautiful be in town on floral designs, mute and tender ex- that he is rap- pxessions of lb#e and affection from his recent very the many friends of this good woman his skull w Mrs. Lydia .. Brannan was born in this county as Miss Lydia E. Net- Richardson, of terville, on September 4th, 1863, and had h|s foot on October 6th, 1886, she married still on crdtches. Mr. B. W. Brannan, a prominent and hp nn a vLdt prosperous farmer of the fourth di :a- . E [trict of this county, who aied on " "..' "'. "1Auo.,st 26th. 1900 To this unio his sister, sara. 6- --, l six children were bn, five of whom - ]survive: Mr. B. W. BranntL.n, of was held on  Baton Rouge, L; Mr. A. N. Bran- the ttian[ nan' of Jacksoll; MrL J. A. Maesey, by the pastor, of Woodville; bits. J. EL Johnston, un Of Thihodaux, La., and MrL E. C. on ne w , Corley, of Hattieburg. She i tar. will .De ne  rived alto by one sister, Mrs. M. E. . a  :v Brannan, of this county, and by one lev. Ha. ts. brother, Mr. T. H. Netterville, of Newel]ton, La. The passing of life broke a golden strand that was entertained the strongest of the tes that bound children on lthls family m closely and hapPilY ac St a Hal-]getter , The existing ilation e 2 ation of her] with the other was a r inspiratio lle'e, eighth I for there was found the children s m and game] pure love for mother qd a !ond be- ,' With the spirit[ tween srere and beh3dle that d j611y tO llom i next t# aseredL  writes folks. [ often thought of the beauty of these relationships, existing  they did to of LO Awl such a marked degree l,tween these : B aura, I two rs. To see ttm tegether a visit to| was an msplration, u tJm faces of Dmff. of both were living expremdtt of their d love for humanity and telr faith in the L in whom   their trus r Brannan  ho  early girlhood a e_and d memver of th lind u tmeh she fad n working enthy for moved h meh and every endeavaem its= lal rom the in her Master's vineya he tl un uesonably' one Of the ttweetHt an most lovable women Imt thk will writer has over lmewn, and one who call. in turn was gneraIly beo@d[ wlmi . to the ever she was known. It wu a lvmys by Mr. a great pleae to mt heY, knd the" there rd[y sweet and attractive smile and the gentle and tender gr..fing tlut t she had. for everybody.  ever be Conim, membered by all who knew her. Sh met on nur Hved n an atm0spie Of lo#e for n! others, so  aeve ]app.e tha ol-when ministering to those wo ne.ea- her New c election that ing and alway lm.pl.. ana_op_.n __, rimary haet she went turougn me .c,n -..,- I peace knd, shine n paths that w0Uld onerwme trged to Call i have been dark and gloomy. tion oi  a wish  many y ears ago, hi_ighwa-- on- I[ that me could live to  all of hey through children gr6wn and happily.____married. the work' blessing. The lovea once --. ...... trestlidg in!has left ehind are heartbroken at the Pren- her sudden taking sway, but they the con-must feel,al that such a .life asa in. AIrr ut wouldwus not hve m va ..... . the a half centur O good WO_ .  earl God has taken her peacefUlly to m nose in t0 reap the and.two young- , morning for Week's visit to rel. Mr. McGraw ac- retdrned home and Mrs. An,St and Wade Net- Netterville, here last Fri. fuheral of their (neita Nutt, from the I hoped that at least one .n.dred peo- tiburg Normal College at Itatties- I ple from Wocdville Will attend. burg, Mi, arrived here las Satur- t Everybody is most cordially invid. day to take the position as primary I :- teacher in the Woodville Graded, A friend has kindly .sent S a School, which was made vacant by notice of the death of John Pabner, the death of Mrs. H. B. McGehee colored, aged 108 years, which vccur-  n This young lady comes here highly red recently at his home in Pnc ey- reconunended, so we have no doubt I rills. This man was the oldest citizen but what she will fill the position of Wilkinson county, so far as We most acceptably, know, and it was doubtless interesting :-- indeed to hear him tell of the happen- Mr. H. A. Allen, who has been en- inks of a century ago. He was owned gaged in the saw mill business in thl as a slave by Judge Edward McGchee, ! CARD OF To the many dear friends who came to us after the death of our be- loved mother, Mrs. M. E. Brannan. and contributed all that human kind ress could sugges to helo and com- fort, we return our heartfelt thanks.] The many beautiful floral offering were accepted by us as expressions of love for the one who has leone from our home. The affectionate attentions of these friends will ever be e;,eri.e,;d in our memory as long as life lasta county for several years past, re- and claimed that he worked on the tIER CHILDREN. cently closed a deal with Mr. J. K. old West Feliciana Railroad when it* Sessions and a colored man, E. I. was being con-tructed during the! Grimes, for the purchase of the tim- ear,y thirties. For many years past We are in receipt of a copy of The ber on two tracts of land about ten he has made his home on Cold Springs Mississipgi Free Lance, the paper miles west of We,drills. Mr. Allen plantation, owned by the late Mr. A. which was recently established in has purchased the machinery and will M. McGehee, where he died. His old Jackson by Ex-Governor Bilbo and begin manufacturing this timber in- wife, who survives him, will ever be we take pleasure in placing it on our to lumber at an early date. known and loved in that family s exchange list. The paper is neatly ----- ".tammy." Ite was faithful in the printed and contains much interest Mt. W. R. Wade, of Stamps plan- discharge of every trtrst and respected lug matter, and most certainly it has our endorsement in its declared pur- tation in the western part of this by all who knew him. I pese to heln in furthering the moral county, had aS his guests on Tuesday --'-- I and material interests of the state. Messrs. M. R. Beltzhoover, Jas. Flea- Roy. J. M. Campbell, of the col- If the former governor can write as ing, Jr., and Richard Curtain, of ,red Methodist church of this town. Natchez, and Mr. Harvey C. Styles, lwi}l leave next week for the annual Well as he can peak, his editoria! a prominent ltorticulturist of Hous-t conference which is to be held in columns will never grow stale. ton, Texa Mr. Styles came over to Ntchez, and as he has just conclud- Mr. Wade's @lantation on invitation cd four years as pastor of the ehurcb You cam get the pure ice cream at of the owner to investigate the pecan ! herd, he will, of course, not be re- l reta|| or in uantities when yon want industry, with the view of etacinetao turned to this charge, it gives us. it at Plltt's Bakery. of the owner to look into the pecan l .ieasure to say that we have known _ - ......... indmrtry, with the view of inveigat-t Roy. Campbell for these past four ink the feasibility of top-woring the t TRESPASS NOTICE. years and we have glway found him All hunting or otherwise treslass. thousands of native young trees that an upright Christian man, and one are to be found on the property. He who labors faithfully and conscien- ink on Brierly and Valola plantations was much pleatmd with the prospects tieusly for the betterment of his is strictly prohibited under penalty so doubtless steps towards that end ellow men. He has many friends of the law. J.A. REDHEAD. will be taken at some later date. among the white citizens of this corn- TRESPASS NOTICE. '-: munity who join us in the wish tat The Flying Squadron of the Men's he will be as highly esteemed in his All huntin. or otherwise trea Prayer Meeting of We.drills held future home as he has been in Wood- ins on Bowliflg Green 9|antation iti strictly prohibited under penalty of serviceg at Fort Adams on Sunday viik,, the law. C.G. McGEHEE. afternoon at 3 o'clock. This meeting := was well attended by citizens from TRESPASS NDTICE. Woodville as well as from Fort Bes|det the best fancy groaerles, Adams, and was a most successful we have delicious lunches always on All hunting or otherwise trespass- hand.--Plitt's Bakery. Iing on Birnamwood plantation is one. The Flying Squadron has ac- d, ! rlctly prohibid under penalty Of cepted an invitation to join wi Bond Brea Bread, mad the law. GEORGE ARGUE. Centreville in a service tomorrow, in New Oramt, fresh dally at D. L.] Sunday, afternoon at 3 O'clock, so! CUMBO'S. I * * * * * * * * * all who can possibly go over from I -'--'wl Woodville are requested to meet on STRAIGHT SALARY--r35.00 per * the court house square on that after-i week and expenses to man or we- LATEST AND BEST * noon at 2 o'clock. Owners of car -- * who will make the trip are requeed man with rig to introduce Eureka . to notify either Mr. Collum, Mr. Egg Producer. Eureka Mfg. Co., . An Increas|nff, Lifelonlt Monthly Stegr or Mr. Dick Sessions. It is l East St. Louis, Ill. * neatlylncme Disabledif TotallYby andAoaldntPorma-or Disease Before Age of 60. The Mutual Life lusurance Latest and Greatest Automobile Sensation new Overland Champion is the talk ct the towM. The low price is amazhagl Probably the most useful car of all time! Features and utilities never be. tore oterext the salesman, merchant, turner and American family: ._2/" . djutzbie icward and Imck-ard ior li and 50 -=  lccg v:e D provided L',/ oviu, rear l uhl. Come in today ar.d learn abt all the services and benm of the g00g I',,t.lt.tt * ao ABE COHEN, Agent Woodvfll Miss. * Company of New York * $100 a month during first five * * years, $150 during next five " * years, $200 thereafter for life. * * NO further premium deposits. * * And then $10000 at your death * * to your beneficiary, or $20,000 * if death at any age, is accidental, * payable in a single sum, or a * income for a term of year or for * life. Total disability lasting 3 * months regarded, during further : * continuance, as permanent. , a * Ful.l particulars of this Perfect * * Life Insurance Policy given * * upon request. $ * * ABE COHEN, Agent for * * Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N.Y. * * Woodvi!le, Miss. * * * * * * * * * * * * Star B00-and Shoes --t HYg 4g Ac.NcY FO THESE FAMOUS ALL-LEATHER HOE, AND CARRY A COM =-DID YOU EVER TRY THEII IOOT CULTURE SHOES FOR CHILDREN, AND THEIR POLL tARROT LINE #Ol BOYS ANI GIRLS  :,, ---NEW F.LL GOODS ARE COM. ING DAILY, AND AS THEY WERI CONTRACTED FOR EARLY IN THE SEASON I CAN SELL THEM AT THE OLD PRICE$ C. M. TREPPENDAHL ODD FELLows; BUILDING, WOODVILLE, MISS, OUR NEW YORK OFFICE HAS FURNISHED US WITH A SHIPMENT OF AGAIN Ladies'Winter Hats IN BOTH Dress and Sport Models &/ W O0 DVILLE, MISSI SSI P , OOAoO ACe AOO fres00... FAT HOGS WANTED. [00nllwOod Markl ,Get/n tbe00N!00_Dressed Orcle K0000lei'S l00eec00nlile C0 WOODVILLE MISSIiSIRP| E, M. KEE, Manager, Weodville, . . Mississippi SMOKE--- Sm R0$s0 DISTRIBUTOR WOODV|LLE, MI$$; Cumbo's Grocery! We, defile, Miss. The Store where you can get what you want, when yon want t and always at the right price. D, L Cumbo. FOR SALE FINE, SELECTED, ONE AND TWO YEAR OLD BuLLs. They carry no" cold bleed tit all All mrs Grads Red Polls, nil Mulet and from gpod milk,, strains, ve.y cheap for etuh. Ai om fine yearling lmifm. J. S. McGehee, IAURFA, HILL, LA. 1! Is It. Wwk t,lb. T..m,,WWk YOU CAN SECURE, Roflers' .Silverware ' WITHOUT CHARGE BY TRADING WITH US. '. TI YOL FRINDS ABOUT THIS EXCIII01AL OIE. SAVE OUR CARDSTHEY ARE VALUABLE One Cnl with each 50 Cash Purcha . ;2,,.,, w. -w-oo00 .... :i II e Snsy Drugglst. TELEPHONE_. . 84 Woodvt# 1 GASOLINE STATION and FISK TIRES COMPLETE STOCK NEW RECORDS--FU L LINE $gWi/Llf A. H. JONF, Lffi'yer. Real Estate Bought and old on Commission. Oflcein court house, We,defile, Misa DI? W. W. MONTFORT. Dtmtist Woodville, Miss. Crown and Bridge work a Specialty. Odd Fellows' Bldg. Phone l16-W. W. F. Tucker Clay B. Tucker TUCKER & TUCKER LaWyers. Woodville, -:. Miss. Office eouthwest corner public square D. C. BRAMLETTE Lawyer Woodville, Miss. Olled [fn Brick Commercial w. Flne s DR. R. F. PAYNE# Ere, Ear, Nose am/ Throat 0ce hours 2 to  p. n st Ilo& tnphenson, Mia. 4-8-I922-1y DR. J. W. BRAND*N, JR., Physician and Surgeoa, , i Woodville, Mira. ' Cce on second floor 6f 0& " Fllows Buildinff, DR. C. E. CATCHII Physlcen and k We,orville, Mis. O .e in MdOheg Butt H. C. LEAK