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The weather ' =00ng the few £1iUiiweev.s has been ost ideal for the --= ----=  rtthering of crops, being generally 10, 1923. lair and cool. Up to she present _ time ice has been seen twice this 8, 1923. winter, but frost has been in evidence . ...... 33 25 quite frequently. ...... 33.70, • " PSONAL I Cold Svvlngs, morni-ng Ior Mr. Robert Brandon, of Pinckney- viLle, who was in town on Wednes- S.O. Stockett was the leader and ex- day, sold 2,500 pounds of pecans to pressed the pleasure that it gave the one of the local buyersj and this was members of the Woodville Squadron only a portion of the crop that will to meet with their Centreville friends. be gathered from the place of which Mr. Dewey offered prayer and then venerable and much beloved Dr. he is one of the owners, l.hec. Robert welcomed the squadron Town Hall. The building was well filled at the opening hour, three o'clock, the audience being made up of about seventy-five from Woodville and the others from Centreville. Mr. met the Men's Prayer Meeting been making their home in Woodvifle ROBERT H. B. TREMAIN of on last Sunday after, for the past year, left on Thursday noon and conducted services at th morning for Bogalusa, La., waeze lie COMPANY has accepted a position. Mr. Sellier  has filled the position as manager of Character Entertainers  Tuesday, ! the Ford Garage here most accept- t November 20, at A. H. School ibly, having proven himself an ex- pert mechanic, and while here made at 7:30 p.m. [ many friends who rewfet to see boa himself and wife leave Woodville, • 1 i W. R. Daniel, local for manager Crockett & Weill, announces that hi I firm is anxious to contract for the planting of 3000 acres of Iri pota- This will be an evening of eharac-' e ter impersonations, humorous sketch ter impersonations, song, stoy and humorous sketches. Mr. Tremain is recognized as one of the leading ex-  ponents of the art of character por- trayals. He will be assisted by Miss ,'We appreciate the receipt of a and visitors in a re,st touching man-toes in West F eliciana next spring. VanDyke, who, besides being a ni t gd ly Wnt to New copy of The Detroit Free press, in- ner. Mr. J. L. Denson, principal of t Based on average yield and price, accomplished musician, is a versatile e • • • o on a short cluded in which is the attractive the A. H. School here, was tO have! this will mean approximately 500 entertainer of great dramatic abilit!/. We are recelvin &l Rotogravure supnlement, which was been the speaker of the day:fears, at $500 per car. In other ords, To hear these people is tO enjoy an d : • sent to us by our young friend, Mr. but as he was prevented from if the desired acreage is obtained, in evening full of laughter. Admission of Darring- W. C. Cage, of North B#anch, Mich- attending on account of illness, !all probability, a crop valued in the 25C and 50c. l•.!, new. .. merchandise,,. ..an_ ,. visitor to Wood- igan. We appreciate being thus re- his place was filled by Rev. David neighborhood of $250,000 will be ----I/+ICE OF BID. (,: revise your 00nspecuon 4 , membered by this Wilkinson cotinty E. H01t, rector of St. Paul's Episco-!harvested in a period of about_s!x afternoon, young man [pal church. Takin, as his text that weeks. Heretofore Cxeckett & Wei,} Tids will be received bythe Boardl :i t .st pl A Cox, of New- " .----: t familiar pa&sage : Render UntO ! have concentrated their efforts in the of Supervisors of Wilkinson county, of the me com ete Dr L W. Magruder, formerly of Cmsar the things that are Csar's, iRio Grande Valley of Texas, _out Mi:., Up to 11 o'clock on the first , on Thur "town and now peticing his and unto God th things that iirel duHlg 1924 they are prepared to. Monday, the third day of December, ,array of Winter Novel- , short while, this • ......  1923, for the purchase of one see-' profession in New Orleans, spent;God's," he dehvered one of the best:mvtt heawly in West Fehcmna' i) I Saturday and SndaY here on a visit, and most appropriate addresses that Thor Who expect to .ffrow.pot;: tionsl steam boiler for the court tspent Saturday to his mother, Mrs. M. J. Magruder, has been heard on a like occasion  next year wul nna  to zne]r aa - hoiise, to operate on ndt over 15 : eltms we have ever : in BoRon on, and to his sister. Mrs. M..P qco.t. Then there was a rotlnd of short ta| tage to consult with Mr. Daniel.-- pounds of steam; with shaer grate. ' (!: dl businems trip. and to other relatives ltiid friends, by several of members of the squad. St. FraneisviUe True Democrat. lot rocker grates; to burn soft coal; i ban ed. 1 daughter, Miss Adrienne Magruder, ings, Mr. Collum, Mr. Steger and l Immediately after the Civil war than 1950 quare feet of radiates, it wlll be --: [Mr. W. J. Stockett, and a chain Of there was one political oIVce-holder, surface; boiler {o have stdtm gauge, i !!, November Quite a number of hunters from prayers foJiowed. ' eve'ral ol  the to every 1_,000 persons !n the United safety and water column. Bidder tO, Woodville and Centreville have beenlmembers of the Centreville PrayellState 'today tnere is an omcer-: furni'h alll necesry fire tools. The j# | Pet M. Stock0tt after ducks and geese in the western' Meeting then made short but tellingi holder fvf evexT 72 'people, observes Board reserves the right to reject' • • " " ce the sea r  William Clerkin, Akron business man. any and all bids. W. ]. HAYS,  , ....... , ,,, ,- ..... • the residence own- portion of thin county mn -[ talks, and all exp eased the pleasure .......... I If-10-1923-4w, Clerk. ('* -- " ..... { Ms,ruder in this son opened on November lt. Thei that the meeting had given them A[If this dVelops to Ins logical conciu-  SC ...g.__.mT. 't,,muss  hags thus far have been rather mall, ] quartette of the A, H. School, Earl i sion, eventually everybody will be : "' ' owing to the fact that these birds I Henderson, Chas. lkt, Earl Hills ion the tvernment payroll. But the---Bi-DS-₯OD--B--. t,  Titlery,t Woodville°f Dar- have not a yet reached lere in suflt-[ and[ Emmett Morris, which had been t pendulum Will swing in the opposite Bids will be received by the Board  C O      ! cleat numbers to make the shooting ] trained by Miss Peters, gave a well- ! direction Taxpayers san stand just ] of Supervisors of Wilkinson county, i Monday after- really attractive, rendered vocal number during thei so much, no more.N. O. Daily Miss., up to 11 o'clock on Mondayl] . :-- [afternoon. After the Sheeting eto.ed!States- _ [ December 32d, 1923, to build a , W 0 0 D V I L L E, M I S $ I S S   P f  on Mr. D. W. Huff, who representlthe people of Cefitreville exterided . bridge at Fort Adams on the west]lr **e• =ffie. =*e t =ffia, ee ee spent the first the third district of this County on .a d6rdial invitation to come again { Hen. G@. B. Power, clerk of the i side ot  the Fort Adams dipping vat ! 4t#% " r=, where he had the Board o Supervisors and who is[ It was, indeed, a lne meeting, nd i Mississipp i, ouse of Representatives, 1 according to specifications on file in ! * " • • • • • • that required the president of that body, was un-[ good results are certain to follow has compiles an exceedingly inter-th e chancery clerk's office. The =- ---- " -- - -: |  'i eetin here this I " l esting pamphlet giv|fl Natig;ical. Board reserves the right to reject I able to attend the m g :-- • th and and all bkls. V/. L. HAYS, !   week, as he was called to Jackson t 0 ..... /ol data regardmg the member of . e t -,.o =,  mmber of the Federal] we regret very rouen r.o learn oi next Legislature. It shew a to.t Ii I0-1923-4w. Clerk.! V. T. Ward ... ........  . • , of Fort Adams, _.o.a J,,, Mr C H Nevland, of the death of Mr. John R. Smith, an I f 87 farmers and 73 lawyers m botl 1 ........... _ .... afternoon Centreville: was also in Jaclon this aged resident of the northeastern t branches. The Senate has 22 law- I .  . . . , , • • • * . ^^t. ;. ,. , onacitv portion ox mm county, wnicn occur- yers and 17 farmers, and the ouse. . .. = .......... "T-'.'--" "" red at his home in the Upper Buffalo 51 lawyers and 70 farm@fs. There , LATEST AND BEST * !, of Pinch- Mr. S. C. Bull, the popular cashier precinct on Monday. n.ght: H t re. I are - only eight phy,icians, four.m I* • of the Commercial Bank, spent sev- mains were merrea m the amsty each house; six ministers, all oemg . An Increasing, Lifelong Monthly * visitor to  .,o l Vicksbur in attendance burial grounds on Wednesday nrn-fin the House; 21 teachers, 15 of] . Income if Totally and Perma- * fe hours on Wed- ..... a .... = .... , • " n ....... • ;- -f the hankers of mg at 10 o clock, the services being  whom are m the Senate and mxi ] , nently Disabled by Accident or • Group  which is composed of onducted by Rev,aMr. Massey, Of the I the H0ise, and 15 merlnta, four , ]a Before Age of 60. * • . ...... *m, i, so-thwest Mississinpi. aptist cnurcn, ot which he was a I of whom are in the Senate. In the , , - is of the no.00i- eon00ent member. The deceased., matter 00ligio.. preference in the pent the • Company of. New York • on a visit to her ating ,ommittee, and as such who was se. ventY-three years of ag,, t entire bdy, there e 66Mle:hn:d,s[, * The Mutual Life ,usurance " W. F. Tucker. his picture appeared in the Vicksuurg_ was rn .mms county, on 3overall 62 Baps,  .s.oyteria, .... * $100 a month during first five * • " as one of [mr om, looa, and lma lives here aul Eulseopailans, lo tnmlans,  mt- IIerald. He s recogmzed ...... , --" * years, $150 during nxt five • • o t l,,,w and most able bank all of hm hfe. He roamed at an lsionary Bhpti, 2 Cumberland pres. , years, $200 thereafter for life, * of Buffalo, was otto'S'in'Mississippi tarly age and his wife preceded him [byterians, 1 Primitive Saptist,. 1  Io further premium deposits. * and we were .v-- tO the grave by several years. He[ Christian emnee, 1 Catholic and o , And then $10,000 at your death * he is rapidly re- recent serious in- Mr, C. A. McCurdy, chief con- is survived by one daughter, Mrs. expressing no denominational pref- . to your beneficiary, or $20,000 * struction foreman of the Cumber- Grover Havard, and. by four sons)I erenee, t if death at any age, is accidental, * Messrs. W. T. Smith, L. E. Smit: P. J. Smith and F. M. Smith, all of I TO THE PUBLIC. Jr., and Mrs. this county. The deceased .was..a l Having given up my position as ' C' tl third district, highly respected and tnfiuentml etv [manager of the Ford Garage, and during further :, _ Woodville on Tue& zen of this county /It8 was held in! as I 7will leave Woodville this week m exteusiw' raiser of Concor- Wednes and part Wodville on bvsi- abd Mrs of Wilkinson, and of Darrington, Woodville Thursday passed through morning on his in the fourth to his home in Wallace, who is a Newcomb College the week end M. and Mrs. left Wedne Baton Rouge and on a lhort btudntU place he was rite Fugler. at Lessler, tn T. S. Bennet4 | guest, ol Davis On Monila this week. left last whd b he some import- He returned home the week. and little Rouge, iurned morning after a to her II. Ferguson. land Telephone Company, and Mr. Edward Singlcterry, district con- struction foreman, accompanied by Mrs. Singleterry, were here this weei getting the work of placing cable in this town started. Mr. and MrS. ingieterry will remai here until te work is completed about January s! and we hope that their stay here e a Fleasnt one. : t/ Out sister town, St. Francisville. La., had the misfortune on last Sat: urday morning to have its municipal water and light plant destroyed by fire, which occasioned a loss of sev- eral thousand dollars. This plant, which was installed only about one year ago, will be rebuilt as soon as possible. We regret this serious loss to our neighbors and hope that the work-el rebuilding will be ptmbed to completion without any unnecessary delay. Rev. Henry G. Hawkins, pastor of the Woodville Methodist church, will leave Monday morning for Gulfport to attend the meeting of the annual conference of the Methodist church. Rev. Mr. Hawkin has been in Wood- rills only one year but during that time both he and Mrs. Hawkins have enderaed themselves to our pop|e without egard to church atfdiation, all of wlt#l join us in the sinre hope that ." Will be returned t@ th, Woodville 4arge. / The general election in tIs county on Tuesday was a decidedly qti|et affair, only 153 votes bein cast, but of course all of the nommoes were elected just the same. In the Wood- rifle precinct the name of  F. L. Calvert t written on one ballot for the office of justice of tlie pea, and as this district is entitled to t@ justices, and as there was only one on the ticket, of course Mr Calvert was in reality elected, and can qual ify ff she m desires. The Men's Prayer Meeting oI of th Wo4k this tow met as  on Tuesdav has requested evening at 7:30 o lock, Mr. C. S. he will preach Lessley being the |eadet . After the tomor- regular program the ection of[ at 3"0 officers for the ensuing yf was held] and the following ehofl.  M.E.] Cesium, president; George Argue,[ • ,f Westl vice president; Robert  see- I • ---nO retary; A. K. Davis, treaser, and "' '77 -'-t S O StackerS, Jos. C. Plitt, Dr. C. and whiie E. Catehmg, J. H. Sims, D. L, Cure- duck liflnt be and J. A. Massey, steering com- mittec. Uhder the direction of the retiring lresident, Mr. Stoe.kett, .tle b,...:,t. --..,, organization has m_.e rapid strl.aes ..ta,, w,, %...: nd we know that Mr. uo|mm, tne meetin 0 t.lie ewly elected president, will keep vme On Ttesday I this ood work g0|ng, and that he th 0 his fatli, ,. l! hve the So-operation of th at }i home in i her"me-mbr, am did the formez [ president, - ! . ._--- ;----- 3/ .!  f6frniy of I Tle Cumberland 'elephone. Corn. a retldent ; ....= havin recently decided o . for he home a'ke an all ble tribution Of the n nr nt:tfr local exchange, a gang d rent M. aa men on thk wrk: in this tov, on on Percy's uieV. q'usday morninf tinder the mrec ' ,- . . . ] t|o-'n" 9i llir. Edw. S ingletesrY, eon- e9 !eft _nero I struction goreman./ lne work. of .1% .Batbn .lue p|aeing te teleph.one wis in .t, nere sl ill:tow n with cables is one Of co.n.ma,r' her fielfli-! able magr!itude, as it entails toe to Columbus to mnging of about 6,000 feet of ca- M Redheed i ble, which carries with |t much de • I taft work, and w{ll cest the coal about $6,000- This work, which met with he complete.d abbut JanUary 1st. aftt be dori with iiraetieaily no inter- rvtion to th telephone service When ompleted it 1| mean tlm. t ,, our win have tun mere-; equipment Weh. will make it possi- hie to evtm further impiove the ser vice which we have here. So far k ismociated as the 6pration of the local ex- ht the change is concerned, we. do not he- ,died iieve that it could be bettered on with the present eemipment, but all same we are delighted to see thi the plant lm high esteem amonff a large number of relatives and irends. He had been prominent for many years in jSlctically all of tlie activities of the fifth district of this county, so his death comes as a source of great regret to that section. To the be- reaved ones we extend our sincere sympathy. Tax Levy for Fiscal Year 1923. The Board of Supervisors at its meeting on Wednesday made the tax levy for the e nmminf fiscal yeas', which remains at 20 mills, the same as last year, which, added to the 8 mills state tax, brings the total up to 28 mills. The tax levy is distributed to accept a position in Bogalusa, La.. I take this means of thanking the good people of Woodvilltt and vicini. ty for the many courtesies xtended to me in the past. My stay in ood- ville has been a most pleasant one and nOW tat I am to leave I do so with many regals Itnd with only the kindc-t feeling or the people gener- ally: Mrs. Sellier oms me in the expression& Very cordially yours, L. $. SELLIEIk Be.ida the bet f.ney grodes. wa have dollcioum lunchee alway ms hand.,--Plitt'a Balmry. I ........ [I TWO GAMES OF FOOT B#LL TO BE PLAYED IN WOODVILLE among the several funds as followe: Mills.]Friday Aftemoou, Novmlr 16tli General County Fund .......... 7 %[ Agrlculturml H;gh Sckool School Fund .......................... ! 11 v,, GenerM oad Fund ............ Clmmlrlain-Huut Aeamy Road Bond Fund ..................... Cotirt House dnd ................... Tue[ay Afternoon, Nevemb /|| ride Bond und .................. lrlcultaral High Scht A. H. School Fund 1 * payable in a single sum, or as * * income for a term of years or for • • life. Total disability lasting 3 *. * months regarded, * continuance, as permanent. * u]l particulars of this Perfect •] * Life Insurance olicy given •[ * upon request. * i ABE COHEN, Ag*nt for *: Mutual Life insurance Co, of N.Y. *' Woodviile, Miss. *' , i , , • .. • * * •i fresh... 000slcrs FAT HOGS WANTED, lietllIW00d Marltel E. M. KEE. Manager, VS. A. H. School Bond Fund ....   Jeersoa uty 1 H. Sch Woodvilla, Miiippi State ...................... ,.,,,,, ........ e -o" '  These are te last two games t.ha.t -_-.-- . _- - T ra=: ...................... 7""'.. are to be played by otir boys in this Glenwild School District, 3 rams.., town this s.bn, so e urge that t t , , III , Homochitt0 swamp land, 3c per ac. the lovers e. good, wolesome sport _ .  : come out and give the .team genuine, SMOKF-,--- t Bo ad, M?ther'e Brad. made hofiest- to- g0odness backing. We CUMBOq. fact that i as orggthzed only tw -----d.-- l i&nths ago and you are certain to You 1 t tl imrm ic um a/e two gales that are really Worth retail or |n quandes whoa yl wan|; "while. Come out and show t lJ it at Pl|t/* Bakerf. that you alpreelate dien d • . • just arnved from St. Leu00 a beaU00o00mOrtment TH CIGAR THAT SELLS." .------4 Ladles oWmter 00OSSO ats ==::=.. Men's and Children's Winter Suits Cumbo's Grocery! Woodville, Miss. The Store where you can get what you want, when you want tt and always at the right price. D. L. Cumbo. At Very Reasonable Prlces Come in ad look them O#er ] ( lilri r "li i i " "[ "1 .! v" i FOR SALE /INE, SELECTED, ONE AND YEAR OLD BULLS. They carry no €Ot blood st all All ara Grade Red Polb, all Mulelr and rom good milk strains, ve.-y cheap foe cash Ga/n theYel!00Dressed Qrc00 planters Mereaplil’ CO W 0 0 DV IL LI M IS-$I88IPPI I r • |11"1' " I T"l"f I I i I " " " W " i G#fts. G#fts[ at the Oifl Store i Birthday i | Anniver&00try [ i i Wedding I i i i Holiday " ti and all otters 1  Gifts of All Kinds at All Prices for All 0ceasiomt ae Busy Drugli*t, TELEPHONE 8-J Woodviile, Mh& l GASOLINE STATION and FISK TIRES !" COMPLETE STOK NEW RECORDS--FULL LINE JEW,L A. H. JONES, { DR. R. P, PAYNE Lawy*r. t Eye, Ear, Noee and ---" Office Throat Real Estt Bought und old hours 2 to 5 p. m, at H0 on Commission. [ Steplltltlon, Mils. Officein court house, Woodville, Mis 14.8.1922.1y ,,  I I [ ' DR" W" W" MoNTFORT DR" J" W" BRANDOm, JR. D,ntlst Physician and Surgeo W6odville, Miss. Woodville, Miss, Crown and Bridge wo_. a Spee|aIty Office on eond floo o Od ws' Bldg Flone 116 W, Odd Fello • " Fellows Buildim W. F. Tueker Clay B. Tucker TUCtR & TtJCKFat Lawyers. Woodville, -:- Mis& C. M. T00PP[NI)/IIIL .,. sOmeSo MTGfim yearl|ng heifnrs. Office SmlthwelllD. C. BRAMLTTKIslrmit publtg--re j Lawyer . ehee, Woodvln., ,.,t= ODD FLL0WS' B0LDING, WOODWLLr MISS,  LAUREL HILL, L. ,OffiCe in Brick Building, Comerda -- Werk Ltk Tmme,Wmb R, Phone 44-I. ..... lOtJt  fleor N