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December 1, 1923     The Woodville Republican
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 sMillt pblRnu ITURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1923. Ihdlt. Lewis, Editor and Proprietor TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : P annum, in adDnee ............ $2.00 Entered at the postoffice at Woodville, Mira.,. as second-clan mail matter. FUNERAL PROCESSION. A town that never has anything to do in a public way, is on the way te l the cemetery. Any citizen who will I do nothing for his town is helping f b dig the grave. A man that curses She town furnishes the coffin. The man who is so selfish as to have nc time from his business to give tc city affairs is making thelbroud. The man who will not advertise is driv. fag the hearse, The man who |s el. ways pulling back from any public enterprise throws bouquets on the grave. The man who is so" stingy aJ to be howling hard times, preacher the funeral, sings the doxology, and thus the town lies buried from al. 1 sorrow and care.--Greenville (Tenn.) News. "May Almighty God punish me With instant death if I am guilty," remarked a man on trfnl for murder in Austria, and Instantly he got what im asked for. .----------6-- BemLtor Hiram Johnson, of Cali- fornia, is determined to see to it tt President Conlido does not re. eeive the Repullican presidtmtal nomination without a fight, as Hiram wants that honor himself. A meeting of hoae who are ovvo d to prohibition will be held iv Wdflngon on December 21st, and we presume that this meeting will make an effort to bring out a prel. dqmtlal candidate. The man who at. to become president of the Utited States on a platform in favor ef again legalizing the sale of llquon Itlteuld be lntrodltced to room i the 'qmghetme." An authority on such things is re. lrt to have mid that the best p cans in the world are grown in that mmti embracing Adams and Wib ]kin eotmtles and West Felieiana  is well established fat of many years standing, but all the same we are glad that the know. ink ones now recognize it and give it publicly. 0 At .the request of the Department Of Forestry of the Mississippi Fed. ttcm of Women's Club, the state mupertntendnt of Eittcation has set aside Friday, Dee. 14th, to be o!> mved as Arbor Day, and the De partment of Education urges all ehools to observe thi2 day. The Forestry Department of the Federa- tion earnestly requests all clubs t eo-operate with the schools in the observance of this day. The last one of a series of free picture shows, which were given i this county last week in the intereesl of dairying and poultry and hog rais. lug, was that on last Thursday evIng at the A. H. School audito. flum. A sever o'clock the building w filled to overflowing with atu. ,dents of tl/e school and many inter. i eated citizens. Mr. J. L. Densen at. ed as master of eeromonies and ex. Mr, Gwln and Mr. Jones. the Illfnois Central Developmen- Bureau, had come to our county by d/reef/on of that great railroad ay tern to try to help our people, and then spoke of the advantages tha mr county offered for the Industries which were being dimmed. He first Inxueed Mr. Dewey, of Centreville, Who is a Praetlel and suecHsfui dairyman, and who told in a convtne. trig manner Just what he had acom. r ]dished with his dairy cows after the boll weevils had forced him to quit cotton. He said that he has been milk for ten years and felt hat he was safe in the assertion that "dalrytn Is the fountain stone of plmprity for this section." His wa a talk that was to the point and one from which his hearers could gather lht hand knowledge. Mr. Gwin ws the Imgt speaker and he explained #,lult the Illinois Central Railroad ompany had sent him and his amp. elate here to try to mid the farm. rs, and said that he wu glad to see re much interest manifmted. His Ik wN als0 instructive and he, too, above success, and no questionable action should be allowed or encour. I aged. It would be better to lose all games honorably than to win all un. i fairly. We would like to see our school teams above suspicion of un- fair tactics, regardles of what may be said of any opponent.Fayette Chronicle. We have seen several samples of this "win by fair or foul means" this season in the football games here. However, we are glad to be able to say that Coach Billy Wood, of the Wilkinson County A. H. School team, who is a high type of Christian gen- tlemen, has instilled it into his team fourths to Mrs. Ventress, his sister, and Judge S. MaC. Lawrason, his brother-in-law, of West Feliciana parish, share and share alike. The estate is expected to total $2,500,. OOO when an inventory is taken.St Franclcdlle True Democrat. FAIR PLAY. Typotraphical errors are |ineit-1 There has been some local criticism able, transposed lines are irrittir I of an alleged spirit of unfairness but what's the use? The intelligent 1 among the members of the several reader sees and knows, and as fo ] athletic teams which play games with teams from other communities. It the other fellowwell, where lg has been said there is a disposition Fence is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise developing among the youths to says The Hinds County Gazettte. want to win anyhow, regardless 6f ethics or the spirit of fair play. If FOR-REiT.Tho Lay.on Store, fo this is so, it is far from right, Above I the year 1924, with or without 20 all other things, these young people ' acres of good farm land Apply tc ought to be taught that honor is W. L. FERGUSON, Woodville. 1-4 PUBLIC HAULING. I have purchased a new Ford Truck with which I am now prepared to do public hauling of all kinds, both long and short hauls, and will appreciate your business. Call on me. SAM CUMBO, Woodville, Miss. 11-24-4 TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing on lots 1, 2 and 4 in Sec- tion 41, T. 5, R. 1 East; all of Sec- tion 42 of Township 5, Range 1 East all of Section 45, Township 5, Range 1 East, all in Wilkinson county. This land is situated along the Homochit. to River as a part of the Burn. All people trespassing thereon will be prosecuted. to first of all play the game on the 12-1-3w. GLOSTER LUMBER CO. square. "Win if you can, but win ................................ like real men--on the square," is his NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. motto, and the men who falls below To William Brown, if living; if dead. to his heirs, legal representatives, this standard turn in their uniform, or assigns, place of residence un. That is the rule to apply if we have known: clean sport. This "rough stuff" is You and each of you are hereby neither pleasing to the players nor commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of Wilkinson county. the spectators and certainly does not  at a term of said court to bc held be. help to build up character. ]ginning the first Monday of April. o ' ' I 1924, at the Court House in the town The will of Charles Stewart Math. I of Woodville, Mississippi, on the first ews, wealthy financier and planter cf I day of the term, to plead, answer or demur to the bill of complaint filed Lafourche parish, was filed for pro-li n said Court by Leona Nettles, for bate in Thibodeaux, special bequests I reformation of deed, and confirma- being made to C. J. Summers, $1000;I tion of title to land described as one servant, $1000; another servant, t SW% of NW%, Section 5, Township $500, and a third servant, $1500 and 3, Range 1, East, and to which you small piece of property. One fourth ar defendant.'. of the estate floes to Mr. Mthews' Given under my hand and seal of widow, and the remaining thre#- office this 26th day of Nov., 1923. READ YOUR STATE PAPER W. L. HAYS, Clerk. LOWREY & McLAIN, Solicitors for Complainant. 12-1-1923.4w. | THE UNIVERSAL s295 F O, B. DETPC4T CAR Ford utility, dmbity, andecouomy are em bodied W the full in this new Ford Touring Car. In addition, it is up-to-the- minute in appearance. It ia finshed in an enduring black, rich and deep in }us A hi radiate, enlarged hood, gracdul cox 1, .'4,-nting windshield and streamline body a. pleasing details that en- hance its style. With this handsome ez- terior, k combines every mechanical feature essen- tial to open car utility. D|llg 100ion-tt49r JACKSON, MISS. For nearly a century has set the page for Mississippi Journalism. Prints all the news that Is fit to print and prints it first. Some of the Relfular Feeturess Full Associated Press Reports, Mar. kets and Sports, State and Political News, Arthur Brisbane's Today, Dr. Copeland's Health Talks. Adelle Gar. rison's Marriage Problems. Social and other news of interest to women and a goad story running all the time. Addres THE CLARION- LEDGER Jeekon, Mis.. MiaMsMppi's Family Paper. Fifty cents per month; $6 per year Woodvilh Motor Co. CARS - TKUCKS - TRACTORS O WRIGHT NOW! ! ---OUR GRADUATES ARE IN DE- MAND; FOURTEEN YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL AND CONTINUOUS SERVICE IS THE RECORD OF THE BATON ROUGE BUSINESS I COLLEGE. WRITE TO DAVID W. THOMAS, A. B., L, L. B., PRESI- DENT, BATON "ROUGE BUSINESS COLLEGE, BATON ROUGE, L. I I l THE F'. S. WOLOOTT Rabb[00 Foot R00ins00rels WILL EXHIBIT IN i ii i i You can net the pure ice arena at retail or in quantities when you want it at Plitt'a Bakery. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Letters of administration, c. t a.. having been granted on the 13th day of March, 1923, by the clerk of the chancery court of Wilkinson county, Mississippi, to the undersigned upon the estate of F. D. Lewis, deceased. notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against said estate to have the same probated and reg- istered by the clerk of said court and a failure to probate and register such claims for six months from this date will bar the claim. This the 23rd day of November A. D. 1923. W. H. H. LEWIS, LYT. LEWIS, I-24-1923-4w. Administrators c.t.a. TRESPASS NOI'ICE. All hunting, fishing or otherwise trespassing on Walnut Grove. Foun- tainbleu. Edgefield. Tilet and Robin- son plantations is strictly prohibited under penalty of the law. 11-24-3m. L. ESCHER, Agent. L TRESPASS NOTICE. All huntin on the Cropper plants. tion is strictly prohibited under pen. aRy of the law. R.C. CROPPER. 11-24-3m. TRESPASS NOTICE. No one is allowed to hunt, fish trap or otherwise trespass ]on my Cotton Hill, Rock Hill or Glengola plantations without written petunia. sion. Any one violating this will be prosecutued to the full extent of the law. J.A. SUSONG, By A. B. THOMAS, Manager. II-17-3 moil TRESPASS NOTICE. All hunting, fishing or otherwise tre.paMing on Westwood plantation is strictly prohibited under venalty of the law. H.B. McGEEHE. 11-17-3 moo. I NOTICE. All hogs caught on property own- ed or controlled hy any of the under- signed, will be taken up, and owner must pay for same according to the law. (MRS.) BESSIE LANEHART. (MRS.) BLANCHE CASTON. W. E. DAVIDSON. ll-17-tf. POSTED. Artonish, Loch Leven, Lock Dale. Goodhope, Deerpark and Harris Tract against all fishing, hunting, trapping* or .tres0assing ' under pen- alty of law. All permissions hereto- fore give_n_ are hereby revoked. FLEMING & BELTZHOOVER. Bv M. R. BELTZHOOVER. 11o17-6w. GINNING! THE PUBLIC WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT OUR WOOD- Woodviilo, Monday, Dec. 3 One Performance Only Under Waterproof Tent T Only ASK ANY SUCCESSFUL MAN TODY THE BEST, THE SUREST * AND THE QUICKEST WAY TO SUCCESS AND HE WILL INVARI- ABLY TELL YOU "Save" --HE OUGHT TO KNOW, SINCE HE HAS BEEN THROUGH THE MILL, AND IF HIS EXPERIENCE IS WORTH WHILE, AND IT MUST BE SINCE IT HELPED HIM, WHY DON'T YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF HIS ADVICE AND START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH THIS STRONC BANK Today? WE PAY 4 PER CENT "INTEREST. Commercial iml00 Member American Banker's Association. WOODVILLE, - - - MISSI A FULL LINE OF Fancy and Staple Groceries DELMONTE AND LIBBY CANNEDFRUITS CANNED VEGETABLES ANO MEATS MACARONI, SPAGHETTI, NOODLL ALMEDA PURE GROUD COFFE In 3-pomnd tins. AND A General Line Dry Goods SHOES, HATS, ETC. AUGUST METZGER Wc,dvilla. Mississippi ],[ARTEN THE REXALL DRUG STORE YOU ALWAYS GET THE BEST OF EVERYTHING, AT I HE RIGHT PRICES, AND WHEN YOU WANT IT, WHEN YOU BUY FROM THE REXALL DRUG STORE. WE ARE HERE TO SATISFY OUR CUSTOM- ERS JkLWAYS, AND WE DO IT. 004ARTEN THE REXALL DRUG STORE 2 ======================= R. A. J. SESSION00 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOt FLOUR FOR THE HOLIDAYS I am unloading a er that was boug/d when the market was at its lmmt, and for a limited time will sell it oD that basi Juanita ........................... 241, $1.00 Silver Medal ................... 41b, $1.00 School Days, Self-Rising 241b, $1.00 Pikes Peak, gelf-,..241b, $1.00 advocated dhTlg JuJ a side line toj.x VILLE GIN WILL BE OPERATED  along vlth hog and chicken rais. [1 IN FUTURE ON WEDNESDAY OF First Lady, Sef-Rising,....241b, $1.00 ifi nml Imeral farming. He said]_' EACH WEEK INSTEA OF ON White Ribbon, ................. 24, .95 Cleanest .an FRIDAY. The d Best Show of its w00i. .................. ,, ,- th,t you may have your crops asia,__ kind menca., good WEyWlLL APPRECIATE A.I! other sizes the regular differ- el.., p," . ".ated the so,. m A If you love an....  .m oe,' ,be .ron, I inging m d funny ou. GINNINC. .b.nd, .b, to stk o. hand..o i.t of cream  of whole milk DAMPF  MtI/.AM it you have a special choice it wi  order o f. the ,ktm-m to ,he  , good dane g an come. ............ pay you to come and get it early. chickens. He anvutl a t  di The richest -- u,be, o ,ao= and . ans don't miss thss shoW.. .ome back to the emlnly for itn-I  "R A J. r visit. . ,ening ,,  costumes and stage drapries on earth. tnatetive and enjoyable one. and " FOR SALE.  ,--.,. it was indeed ffratifyin to  the Three good work mul .... Interest that was manifested ThlelA  ....... ;, - ..... ,.. , _7 . ...  : _ . . es ann one mare. aerom 4 to 7 years old, for sale   same degree of interest had been in I  _ _ _ a .m.e right price. Also two Duroc om,o, ,-,,t- evidence in all of the meetings of the  t 11 lk 1 11, # I  f/ell . ,--,= rebnsered boa  --,..-. ^,a .... orov ,u,,,. TlqPAg -'-' ...... '" All hunting or otherwi trespas All hunting week, which goes to show..that ou.l  Admmslon-- aults DDC; Lnnaren 35c .... ig on Briefly and Valois ptantation ing on ]people have come to realize tnatl , llpltHIl/aad UbllHtAI} is strictly prohibited under penalty dairying is the Industry that offert I'F I All G !  mlq-I'IJlIIlllUllUl IvlQrlIICI of the law. J.A. REDHEAD. strictly oor Lets o , , ,  q'lt71tlt -, , of the ,.,. y..