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221 1923. ......... 34 75 ........ 84.78 PERSONAL 1 O is Thanksgiving of Fort town Tuesday after- at 3 o&apos;clock with Mr& That. Roland. :-, : :: >!!:,41 / [ M:r and Mrs' R. N Engli Of"  iJackson, Mi00Vero=0000cM.n00a00d.'-.-OT BALL!I, Mr. W. C. Auze were supper g:uestz '  i 24, 197-3. cf Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Morgan in Fert NEXT TUESDAY AFTERNOON. ti Adams on Wednesday evening. NOV. 27dh 2 O'CLOCK. Miss Lucie Wallace came up from New Orleans Friday evening ahdl Agricultural High School spent the week end here with her vs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. D H. Wallace, Jefferson County A. H School returning home Monday morning- The King's Daughters met with The Last Game of the Season. Mrs H C. Leak on Tuesday after- noon, this being a social meeting, and Admission 25c and 50c. will meet on next Tuesday afternoon Mr. Jas. D. Cage and Mrs. Lilla : ..... -i i i Mr.. H. A. W0od, recently eicted sheriff of ths county, has made the RUMMAGE SALE.. A Rummage Sale will be given announcement that Mr. J. Y. Chap- the Rosso Building in Woodvilte on l Saturday, December 1st, for tl, ben-I man, formerly of Centreville and now efit of the Parent-Teacher Assoca-! living in Shelby, has been appointed tion. All who wi:-'h to contributei as deputy sheriff. "Bunk" Chv.pm: cLoZhi. and oher artichs will kind-! is deservedly popular in this, hi ly send them to Mrs. Tucker. I home county and is well qualied to , -: fill the position of deputy sheriff, so THANKSGIVING OYSTERS. we congratulate Mr. Wood upcr his Send in your orders promptly for appointment, i Thanksgivin.q' Oysters to the Kenit- vGod Market, Phone 117. The roof to the kitchen at the' You can get the pure ice cream at Episcopal church rectory caught fire reta;l or in quantities when you want on Monday morning about 11 o'clock, it at Plitt's Bakery. causing a damage of about $50. But I for te prompt arrival of the water! MAGAZINES FOR CHRISTMAS. hose and the local fire-fighters thel Why not give magazine, for Christ. spent Sunday in Mes.'s. Albert Plitt and Jot. C. home Ithe Plitt went up to Natchez on Monday morning. The latter returned home the same evening but the former re- of {old Springs, rosined there for treatment for sev- en business eral days .-----. :- We have been requested to give of the fifth notice that the usual preaching ser- to Woodville on vices will be held at the Woodville Methodist church temorrow, Sunday, with sermon by the pastor, Rev. H. C. Bramlette and G. Hawkins. Wood spent Men- :- Miss Winona Netterville, a popular trained nurse of New Orleans, re- Nolan S. Cage, of|urned home Tuesday morrAng after re visitors to Wood-i  three days' visit to her mother, i orning. ]Mr C. T. Netterville, and to other i -- ".  relatives at Wilkinson - I :-- {at the Woodviile P Y s born to Mr and I garage, where he will be pleastd to! Thursday afternoon[ have his friends and pate.gas cad i m New Orleans I when in need of work in his line. t ;nd Mrs. A J I __: ,; i;[ Mrs. George Argue returned homei were v;:---' Monday avenging from Abbeville, La.,' r morn.., where she had been for several weeks l spent Tues- with her daughter, Mrs. Emmett I where he had Putnam, who we are glad to knowi to look after, will soon be able to be up again. Morris, of Centre- of his brother, for the week end. and Clarence district, were to Woodville on of Wilkin- days  in New Or- home Fri- manager of the owned by Mrs. J in- New Or. Wilkinson and Feliciana to Woodville on is spending a Orlea on a visit al making their 6f Nw Orleans, at halt countr Farm last week Hawkins spt spy in Canton where from California brother. of Baton "Rouge, at te home of M. Treppendahl as r aon, Carl and Mr. and spent Wednes- the Tany Island a tthiag trip.' Marcy and two and Sunday! Adans as the J. T. Morgan. been onfined week with a severe h6pe that to be out agaim who ld been Mr. T. M. Whet. for the past home last week. and Mr. and and two Phil- to Wood- Sunday af- MondaN where he is now Mr. C. W. Me- to be absent who is now in Baton the week on J. W. Brandon, E. James slant two miles at a family din- parents, Mr. will A number of young ladies and gentlemen, of this town. chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. J. Mlen Walker, enjoyed a possum hunt on las Fri- day night They al had a great time, and so did the possums. Messrs. D. H. WM!ace, H. C. Leak, D. P. Boatner and Clay B. Tucker, of this town. and Messrs. Morris Smith and Jas. M. Sessions, Jr., of Lanehart, spent Wednesday and Thurzday in the Homochitto swamp on a hunting trip. Mr. J. T. Surgedn, of Wilkinzon, who was in town on Monday, infor- ed us that he returned home last week from a pleasant visit of a couple of weeks to his daughter, Mrs. Brous-I sard. and to his son, Mr Eugene Sturgeon, in Harmon, La. We had the pleasure of meeting in our town on Wednesday our friend Mr. Ray Davis, of Brookhaven, the "talking machine" who sells adding maehines, that do everything but talk. He made a big sale in this vi- cinity that he promised to tell ns about on his next trip. Mr. A. W. Lanehart and three dattghters, Annie, Sallie and Ji6, spent the week end at Ansley, Lay on a visit to Mr. and Mrs O. O. Rbbert& They returned home Moil- day accompanied by Mrs. Robes and little con, who are here on a visit. t her parents, Mr. and Mr A. W. Laneha -= Mr. H. M. Johnston, a successful and extensive planter of this county, left Saturday for New Albany, Miss., to purchase a ear of Jersey cows which are tO be shipped to this town at once. Mr. Johnston will keep ten of them and the others will be di tbnteci among other citizens of this sectbm Mr. Sann Catching, who has held a position during the past year at Pollock, La, as amistsht engine, er, returned home Wednesday evening. After a Week's .stay here zwith his parent Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Catcb- ings, he li go to the Misippi A. & M. College to complete an unfin- ished course and will receive his de- gree in engineering in dime. It gives us pleasure to announce that the annual conference of the "Methodist Church, which met in Gulf- port lst Week, returned  Rev. Henry G. Hawkins to Woodville for another year. During their stay of One year in WoodvHle Rev. Mr. Hawki, and Mr Hawkins have endeared them- selves to our people without regard to denominations, all of whom will be delighted to know that they are to stay. here and to continue the good work in which both are engaged. We have been advised that the trestfing through- the Homochi.m amp on the Prentiss  Hghway was opened during the week and traffic over that Section of the highway hs been resumed. There bridges, which are n Adams county, were washed away !a spring by the heavy rains and were temporarily repaired at the time, o we are glad to report that the work of revlacing them with new structures has about been completed. We don't like-to be cut off from our 'neighbor town, Natchez, ag it is aiwlaya a gt pleasure to visit there. The busineu interruvtion that has Lucile Bunch, both of Percy's Creek,] entire building would have been de- mat presents ? I am agent for The were married at the home of Mr. Jas. I strayed. Several o' our town boy Saturday Evening Post, The Ladies' E. Lee in this town on Saturday aL t did valiant service at this fire, and tIome Journal and The Country Gen- tleman, and will appreciate your or- ternoon, October 10th, Ray. Henry I were ably assisted by two or thrde dart. RALPH G. JONES, JR. G. HaWkins officiating. Mr. Cage is of the young men ho are here in I :. a successful merchant of Lessley and the employ of the Cumberland Tele-I Besides the best fancy grocerles, his bride is the attractive young phone Company in the labor of plac. we have delicious lunches always on hand.Plitt's Bakery. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. i Ward. ing cables in the tovn. ] _ Our be wishes are extended to them :-- I PUBLIC HAULING. for a future filled with happiness. Te free picture shows and  lectures, which have b'een given I have purchased a new Ford Truck wih which I am now prepared to do The work of replacing the tele- throughout this gunty during the public hauling cf all kinds, both long phone lines with cables on the prin. part week under the auspices of the and short hauls, ad will appreciate cipal reets of this town, which was Development Bureau of The Illinois your business. C:fll on me. SAM started about two weeks ago by a Central Railroad Company, have been ..CU?'IBO' Woodvi!ie, Miss. 11-24-4 consxruction crew under the uper- unusually well attended and grea ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE T0 CREDITORS. vision of Mr. SiugleterD- , is moving interest manifested therein. These along at a rapid rate. The fact is instructive enteamments were) Letters of admmmtraton, c t. a., ._ -- ,. , .  _ ,,__ having been granted on the 13th day Sha this work wll be completed nrougn, nere oy ne reques ox me of 4 .......... ." . . . aaron, lv, oy ne clerk el tne earlier than was anticipate(], or some' Woodville Chamber of Commerce )o ................ " chancery cour O WllKlnson county) time during the inter part of Decem-' the purpose bf arousing renewed in-, Mississippi, to the undersigned upon bet. I tere,t in dairying and in the faising the estate of F. D. Lewis, deceased,, I of oult - and hos That the ..ur  notice is hereby given to all persons . p r  p" " . . . . . . ....... navmg claims agam:-.t sad estate " I pose nas been accomplmnea m evl-,. ....... Mr. and Mrs. R. N. E,.glish, of , . . o nave tne same pror)aea and reg- deuced b th mterest mamfested t,re d r Jackson, nent several days here dur-I " ' "  " *I "'- by the cle!k of said cour ing the fit of the wec.k. Mr. En-! Mr. Gassy Smith and Mr. A. ILl and a fMlure to probate and regdster Gwinn, of the Illinois Central Devel- such claims for six months from this gii.h, who is superintendent of thai o,ment Bureau, have directed these i date will bar the claim. This the 23rd day of November. Morrimac Veneer Company, of Jack-i entertainments and tiven instructive! A. D. 1923. son, w@ here for the purpose of look- ' ing after some business matter, with! and en(husiastic talks, showing the l W.H.H. LEWIS, his *local representative, Mr. W. C.] benefits that are to be derived from l  o 4) I.YT.d LEWIS, good milch cows and registered hogs!ll-2--193-4w. A ministrators c.ta. Auze. His company receives large i-- B:DvSI ;O shipments of Iogs out ef this town, i Mr.S" C" BUll' cashier f ThaemC:= BUILD BRIDGE mercial Bank; Mr. J. Bi received by the Board so his buziness interests here are nee- I county agent, and Mr. Roy E. Cox,  of Supervioors o( Wilkinson county. essarily extensive. a<iculturiat at tle A. H. School, andi fSisa., up to 11 o'clock on Monday, : t oLher citizens have attended these! Dccerzer 3rd, 1923, to build a Bond Bread, Mother', Bread, made in New Orleamt, fresh dally at D. L meetings and assisted the two gentle- bride at, Fort Adams on the west s[de of the Fort A.dms dlppmg vat, CUMBO'S. ] men in the Work. according o specifications on file in the chancery clerk's office. The Board reserves the right to reject and and all bids. W.L. HAYS, 11-10-1923-4w. Clerk BUY YOUR G I N N I N G! W 'Eti THE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT OUR WOOD- VILLE GIN WILL BE OPERATED Power and Light EACH WEEK INSTEAD OF ON Outfit  O ,7 __.,... _ ,'OUR GINNING. And Save $140 " FOR SALE. During the next few days---anti Three good work mules and one mare, for a limited time only these special ages from 4 to 7 years old, for sale prices will be in force i at the right price. Also two Duroc register6a boars, 7 monhs old. Reeular Special Price Price gcnilWO0 Mrliel 15 D.C. be $$4s.oo $425.00 , IS D.C. 180 635.00 495.00 E.M. KEE, Manager, Woody{lie, - MisSissippi And you have twelve months to __ . _ _ pay ! Write, telephon8 or call ! : - - - " .... : - F. 00aUghn Casques Wilkinson P. O., Miss sM0r,.- Just arrived from St. Louis a beautiful assortment of Ladies' Winter " Coats Men's and Children's Winter Suits At Very Reasonable Prices Come in an look them over . S. TREPPEi00iLIHL OD FZWS  RUILDING, _ WOODVlLLE, M|S$. "THE CIGAR THAT SELL." SamR0ss0 DISTRIBUTOR WOODV'IU.-, MISS. Cumbo's Grocery! Woodvi]le, 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 TWO YEAR OLD BULLS hey carr no cam blood at all. All are Grade Red PoU$, all Muley and from good milk strains, vs. y chap for cash. Also some fine yearling heifers." # J, S. McGehee, " LUR.gL HILL, LA. om rms00 Newest Irimmc(I IlllS - ) Special Hats t ................... ATA .....................  . Special Price _ MODISH, BECOMING SHAPES'-" ii NO TWO ALIKE. NOVEVL TRIM." MEI EFFECTS iN BEAUTIFUL WREATHS, ORNAMENTS ANI EMBROIDERIES, ARTFULLY AP PLIED. WIDE WARIETY IS OF i FEiED YOU--EITHER IN eRIGHV OR SUBDUED TONES, TO SUIT ALL TYPES AND TASTES. The price is amaglngly moderate fe hats of this quality. Regularly, they shmdd be at least fifty pet  cent higher 'OME IN FOR YOURS EARLy; CO:SKP0000Y . ;. W OODVI LLE, MISSI SSIPP a' Get in the,00ll Dressed urcle alas|era 00er00a|ilc O WOODVILD MISSISSIPPI Gifts? Giftsl the 00ift Birthday Anniversar Weddmg Holiday arid all others Gifts of All Kinds at All Prices for All occastotig T. Vq'O0100 ;rbe Bu Druggist. ]tELEPHONE 8*J WoodviHe lss, GASOLII STATION and Flee TIRES " COMPLETE STOCK NEW RECOI$--FULL LINE eL 14L JONES, i DR. R. F. PAYNE, Lwyer. ' Eye, Fr ose and Throat Real Eate B0uht and Sold Qffice hours 2 to 5 p. m,. at H on Commission. ' Stephemma, Miss. Offieein court house, WoodviIle, Mis 4-8-1922-1y . DR. W. W. MONTFORT," DR. a. W. BRANDON, a! - - Dentist ' ..... Wood Mis);. !  Physician and Surgt : ; Woodville, Mi .., Crown add B'ldgo work a Sieciatty, i FellowdlBldg, Phone 116,W i Office on second flo0t7d  : Odd i Fellows Bufld.. _ W. F. Tucker"-"3F Clay B. 'rucke ! " _ : a. .................... _..K.--.,.:- - i TUCKER & TUCKER Lawyers. 1 -, Woodvflle, -:- Miss. O1 outhwest eoer pablie tmlttarai v. c. LE'rT% LaWyer ,, Woodvflle, Miss. Phone 44.R. DR. C. E. C! HINC Physieiae   urgeon. WooaviIl Miss. am |Silk ' ) :