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|llbiit Mr. Emmett Putnam. Jr., of A union Thanksgiving service wa Abbeville, La., was here during the holdout the court house in this town  : week o na short visit to Mr. and Mrs. on Thursday morning at 10 o&apos;clock; 1, 1923. George Argue. t being led by Mr. M. E. Collum. pres-! --- 28, 1923I :  ident of the Men's Prayer Meeting i .......... 36 001 The drouth which had extended The program consisted of a song and] ............. 36.07 over a period of many weeks in this prayer service interspersed by shortl : section was broken by a heavy rain but most appropriate talks by Hen. on Monday morning, and this one Ackland H. Jones, Rev. J. C. Lawder ! PERSONAL |'was followed by another rain, at- Rev. David E. Holt and Rev. Henry! -- tended by cold, on Tuesday. G. Hawkins. The collection which of Centreville:  : i was taken on this occasion was divid- to her daughter, We certainly did have a touch oti ed between the orphanages of the t genuinely disagreeable weather on different denominations. i Wednesday, which was a heavy mix- i :- of Dar- I lure of cold and rain. All the same Mr. J. H. Campbell, the efcient town last Saturday we have no reason to complain, a manager of the Ford Garage in this few hours, our fall weather has been most ideal town, is now walking with the assist- ance of crutches as a result of a pis. In his effort .o further enourage: the farmers of this county to engage t , i in the dairying industry, Mr: H. M.. Johnston, an extensive planter and! cattle raiser, went up to New Albany Miss., last week and purchased a caI load of thirty Jersey cows, which ar- rived on Monday. These cows were bought from the farmers and cat- tle rai:ers of that section, where the raising of Jersey cattle is a most ex- !tensive industry. In selecting them Mr. Johnston had the assistance of a i friend who is most conversant wit everything pertaining to the dairfing industry, so is of course, a good judge l of milch cows. These cows are be- ing sold to those who wish to pur. chase them at what they cost deliv- of Mayor and Alder-t The store and grist mill cf Mr. T shot wound in the calf of his right[ ered here, and if these will not sup-! will meet on next N. Ashley in the fifth district wa leg, which he received on last Sat. ply the demands Mr. Johnston will! at 4 o'clock. I destroyed by fire last week, the lo urday afternoon when a pistol he wa ] try to secure more in future. Of the ] . amounting to several hundred dollars handling acccidentiy dropped and 30 he will keep I0, if that number re- of Greenville ! th no insurance. We regret thi., was discharged. The ball entered ..Mns unsold, as he expects to fur- the week on a lots to this gentleman, his leg about four inches from the her enlarge his dairying business Mrs. E. H. Steger i -- i ankle and came out after penetrating This is certainly an unselfish and Messrs. H. B. McGehee, Jr., and, about three inches of flesh. Mr. i patriotic effort on Mr. Johnston's Jnes spent yes- Chas. Ventress, of Jackson, came Campbell has a right to fell thankful; part, for which we ommend him in Baton Rouge on ! down Saturday night and remained home the same I here until Sunday evening on a visi I to M_. H. B. McGehee and to Mrs Davis Moore and Miss Stella Mc- :-- IGehec- Roy E. Cox spent 1 holidays in Baton| ga of his motheL Mrs. H. B. Ion and son, Will, of Rayne, La., arrived here Wednesday I afternoon on a visit to her parents, ef the noreast- r. and Mrs. W. L. Hays, and to county, was a bu I other relatives, and will probably re- last Satur- main here through the Christmas hol- idays. T. Newman, of the Mr. and Mrs. George Argue and the Prenttsa High- Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Cox spent Sun- to Woodville yes- day at Laurel Hill as the guests of Mr. Argue's mother, Mrs. L. E Argue, and of his brother and sisters Mr. Chas. Argue and Misses Annie and Jane Argue. A truck load of apples, grown in Illinois, was brought here Tuesday Dunk Sessions, of and sold from the track at 50c pex of Mr. and Mrs. peck. The party bringing *,hem found Mr. and Mrs. J. ready sale. He had received a caz load at McComb and sold many at the nearby town and country stores did not meet Gloster Record. 1.__--. but will meet Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosso entertained afternoan at 3 at dinner on Tuesday in honor of Tho. RlaeL Mr. and Mrs. F/V. Bellipani, of Mc- m M. Davis, of Con. Comb, their guests being Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Thoe MrL John Rouo, Mr. and Mrs. Josepl Adam, spent a few Serlo, Mr. Don D'Antio, Mra Mary on Sunday after- D'Antio and daughters, Misses Mary and Marie D'Antio, of Natchez. Catehtng, Jr., whe Mr. and Mrs. Vincent BellipanL the Touro Infirmary who were married here on the first Thursday here Wednesday in October last, and who Dr. and Mra returned to their home in McComb last week from an extensive bridal tour to Chicago, Niagara Falls, New of Pineville York, Washington and to other citie were guests of her parents, Mr. an here lest Friday by mother, Mrs. W.. Mrs. Sam RoMe, for the week end. are glad to report, Misses Bertha Thorburn, Lillian Tucker, Irene Flurry and Bertha J. W. West, ot Lewis left Friday morning for Jack- arrived here or son to attend a state conference of on a Visit to her the Girls' Reserve, as representatives C. Miller, and tc of the A. H. School here. They in this town. were accompanied by Mrs. W. F. Dickson and George Tucker, a member of the board of Centreville, passed trustees, and by Miss Mary Peters, yesterday morn- the music teacher. way to Percy's Creek --:-- . Florida Ford. Mr. and Mrm John K. Sessions had twenty-one guests at dinner on Sun- left Wednesday day, November 18th, in honor of the to spend celebration of Mrs. Seations' birth- his former home day. Relatives and a few friend and son. He re- composed the party of guests of that afternoon, delightful occasion and all joined in extending congratulations and best who ls been wishes to "Mis Annie," than whom Rouge for the past no woman in this county is more up last Saturday generally beloved. SPend a week with his of Woodville. The Board of Supervisors will meet in regular session on next Monday accompanied her morning at 9 o'clock, this being the C. Perkins, to New last regular meeting of the present for treatment at board. When the newly elected and will re. board assembles on. the first Monday to aceomlmn in January there will be three new Walsh, of East Felici- is spending the week guest of her sister Collum and Marvin the Hind Seboal at Raymond holldys here Mr. and Mrs. M. members, Mr. Richard Whitaker, of the third di4ct; Mr. J. E. Carter. of the fourth district; and Mr. T. G. Brown, of the fifth dirtier. We are in receipt of the atmoune ment Of te marrmge of ti Lula Vivian Lewis and tr. Robert Lee who  attending Corban, Jr., which was celebrated in A. H. School at Fayette on Monday, ovember 26th. tha Thank The bride is the attractive daughte at home with hie of Dr. and Mr&-W. H. H. Lewis and ; O. Stoekett, at Turn. the groom is the son of Judg and Mrs. R. L. Corban, and is a sueees ful young lawyer of that town. Thi who k teach- marriage comas as a culmination of that his wound was no: more serious. and at the same time we hope that :" !our people will show their appreci- Tomorrow, Sunday, is to be col- alien of his manifest interest in the ebrated as "Golden Rule Sunday," i future of our county. This |s just and on this date all persons who wish to make a practical application of the Golden Rule, are asked to pro- vide for their Sunday dinner approx- imately the same that is given to the children in the Near East Relief or- phanages, and then to give to the Near East Relief the difference be- tween that dinner and what the usual Sunday's dinncr would have eost Can't you do this and send the amount to a minister of one of curl churches? : ] Bond Bread, Mother's Bread, made[ in New Orlea, fresh daily at D. I.- i CUMBO'S.  l Why not give magazine for Christ. mas presents ? I am agent for The Saturday Evening Post, The Ladies' Home Journal and The Country Gen- tleman, and will appreciate your or- ders. RALPH G. JONES, JR. Beside the best fancy ffroemri, wa have delicious lunches always n handPlitt'a Balmry. which Itenderson, Piitt and Car-i i roway were most conspicuous. The I local's score was run up by six clean toucldowns, not a single added point having been made. Henderson and I Ca,roway were credited with tw@ touchdowns each an Plitt and Clay! Nettles wih one each. The fifty I yard run by Henderson, with per- fect interference by C. Nettles and the forty-five yard run by Plitt, af- ter intercepting a forward pass, each! resulting in a touchdown, were the] real features.- While this is true we WILKINDN COUNTY AGGIES"'" An* e, .e -- ae ae ee WIN LAST GAME. " " e'ew i-e'" *- e The Wilkinson County Aggie * _ _ ., W "ht ally n Pari< in this own on Tuesday after-' e Wl$ o our attentm the Jeff cxson County A. H. School 0 e ac at we are we ppl'd "th f list k boy- by the dcclsive score of 36 to $U le Wl a U OC 0. Tim six touchdowns by our boy  /" ! I  showed w:y clearly the respective  or well Known strengta ot the two teams. There  ,) b nd f was a drizzling rain throughout the ra s o game, but d',is failed to slow up the CannedGoods " to dampen the ardor of the sidelnes. ,s ee There were brilliant plays galore, in , @ cannot forget that it was the perfect team work of every member of the one mroe definite step in the eoun- local aggregation which made ,the try-wide movement for general dairy- victory possible. Jones at center, With ing with our farmer Just watch Morris, Miller, Jensen, Big Nettle it grow! R. Nettles and Ilills formed a wall ' that was insurmountable, when join. PINCKNEYVlLLE NOTES. ed with the others whose names have Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gladden been mentioned. There was glory motored to Vicksburg last week. enough for all of our boys, ms each did his part and shared liberally in Mr. nd Mrs. Otis Gladden spent the applause. For the visitors Me. Tuesday in Alexandria, La., as guests Fatten, the captain and quarter-back of her parents, was the outstanding star. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Reed and two The line-up follows: sons, Charles and McGehee, of W.C.A.H.S. Position. J.C.A.ILS Plettenburg, were guesf of her sis- Miller .................. L.E ............. S.Smitb ters, Misses Katherine and Fannie R.B.Nettle ........ L.T ........... Germany 3cGehee, for the week end. C.Plitt ................ L.G ................. Starn Jones ...: .............. C ............... Walters : R.C.Nettle ...... R.G ..... .: ........ Cagyle RUMMAGE SAI.E. Morris .............. IT ................... Ogle A Rummage Sale will be given at Hills .................. R.E ................. Moss the Rosso Building in Woodvill on Carreway .......... Q.B ..... MeFatter(c) Saturday, December 1st, for the ben- Jensen ................ LH ............... Linton efit of the Parent-Teacher Associ Henderson .......... R.H ............. Nettles tion. All who wizh to contribute C.Nettles(c) ...... F.B ............... Greer clothing and other articles will kind- Substitutes---E. P]itt for Miller; ly send them to Mrs. Tucker. Miller for E. Plitt; Smith and Grig- BUY YOUR ' Western Electric Power and Light Outfit Now And Save $140 During the next few day--and for a limited time only--these special prices will be in force : Regular Special Price Price IS D.C. 90 $545.00 $425.00 15 D.C. 180 635.00 495.00 And you have twelve months to pay ! Write, telephone or call I ory. With this victory hanging to their belt the Wilkinson County Aggies have the honor of closing the mon with a record of having won five out of the eight games played. This i a most enviable record under any condition, but it is doubly so when we consider the fact that this was the first year of football fr the local A. H. team, and only two of its members had ever played before. Then, too, this recbrd w/ made against school teams that had been making football a specialty for yearz past, This brings out the question, "Why such phenomenal success?" The an- ver is easy. Coach "Billy" Wood is the right man in the right place and knows how to "whip" an aggre gation of recruits into a winning football team. While doing this he has gained the love and respect of his boys and instilled into them the de- termination to win fairly and to be generous losers. His motto was "Play the game to u'n, but play it like men." We are proud of Coach Wood and our football boys. 'Rah, for the entire bunch, and a big one for J. L. Denson, the hard-hltting principa.  of the A. H. chooL ] [ ] ]] SMOKE--. -.2' F. Vaughn Gasquet Wilkinoon P. O., Miss. Just arrived from St. Louis a beautiful assortment of @ a S' Ladle Winter Coats and "THE CIGAR THAT SELL." in Fern- a love match of several Years stand- by a friend, ing. We join with their many frlon& ,Whan]mgqv- :in wishing them a Ion8 and happy Imrent, Mr. lind future. The remain of tl infant on of old son of Jim Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plitt were brought on Mr. ] W. he from New Orleans on Thursda to death and intaorred in 'vergreen Cemetery immediately following the arrival of pain. the afternoon train, the se be- to rescue hag onduCed bF Rev. David E. Holt, rector of St. Pul's Episcopal church. prineiim! of the The Little fellow, who w born at Wood, toob Toum IatinnaY on Wednesday af- of the fac- ternoo of lazt eek, died on Wed. and Henderson. nesday morng, ami while him stay are spending the on this earth was short, it wtm tufli. t Mr. Den- clearly long for him to entwine him. Mis, self around the hearts of his fond mattert parents, who have our sympathy Lu the @ Men's and Children's Winter Suits salllRosso DISTRIBUTOR WOODVILLE, MISS, Cumbo's Grocery! Wotvilla, Ml The Store where you can get what you want, when At Very Reasonable Prices Come in and look them over you want xt and always at the right price. D. L. Cumbo. and that our s FOR SA E ,Get in Dressed , ?rck- plaltler$ Mercaallic f0 W O 0 DV I LL E MIS $I8 SIPP'| FINE, SELECTED, ONE AND TWO YEAR' OLD BULLS. rr ao ceM bloo at all. All -,re Grad* Red Polls, all Mulel and from good "milk strains, vat cheap for ud, Aim oum llne yearilag hifmm, {:. M. TREPPE00DAHL J.S.McGehee,- ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING, WOODvILL, MISS, LAUIEgL HILL, LA. I) No i I [ i i i II ' 8 Gi?ts ? Gifts! at the 00ift Store Anmversary Wedding, Holiday and all others Gifts of All Kinds at All Prices for All Occasions T. WOOD Tim Ilmy Drss4*t. TEEEPHOgE S.J W eodlil,, IsA GASOLINE STATION and FISK TIldES COIPLETE STOCK NEW RECORDS--FULL LINE JEWELRY is , ' , ,j ., _I i A. 14. JON, ] DR- R. F. PAYNE, lwyar. " E,, Far, and Real F-atatt B----oht and lold Office hOUr  to 5 p, m. at HOSp4tl,'--: on commtion, t Stephenon, i. Offieein court hereto, Woodville, M!ss. 14-8-1922-1y ._ DR. W, W. MONTFORT, ] D4mtl, t Woedwlle, Miss, cwn al I work a Spe\\;. Odd:Fe'# Bldg. Phone .t.to-w, W, F. Tucker Cqay B. Tucker  TU Lawyr. .mmamm W0odvllle, .:. Miss. Otc outlrweat e@rner publiz aluan D. C, RAMLETTE Lawyer Woodville, Miss. l Office in Brkk Building, Commercial .ow. Phone 44-I DR. J. W. BRANDON, JR Physiehm and Sur|eb Woodville, Mira. ORlce on second floo Of Odd .,*' DR. C. E., CATCHING$ Phy-iclan and reon. Woodvtlle, Mt Oe tn MeGehe4t Bttlldlt. H. C. LEAK Lawyer * WoodviUe, Mi '':% Office on vvund *floor of Cott ILf