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:EMBER 15, 1923. December 13, 19L3. 34.50" Mr. and Mrs. John Hays and ........... 35 40 three little children, of Dublin, Miss.. o PERSONAL I Q -- of the cond dis- and Wednesday of Wilkinson, morning for a business. L. L. Escher, of to Woodville on afternoon. Morgan spent last Sat- on business, re- the same evening, left on Sun- for Canton cn a visit Mr. and Mrs. Max- Cage, Morris Ford i , of Percy"-s Creek, t Woodville on Wed- t and Mrs. 1 of Buffalo, w-erel Woodvflle on I w in F 1 r t Centrevitle for the l on Tuesday eentng, 1 heartily enjoyed. I -Ytt.00YA-00n, who has me work for Mr C near Jackon, for the j returned home Sat- Catchings spent see- New Orleans during the here he attended lectures on the treat- to learn of the serious W. P; Ferguson ag miles west of Wood- for her early recov- --i m RobLuson, who .has a contret net}' Baton week end lere with home of Mrs W. P. J" W. Brandon, Jr., days in New Orlean the week where was under treatment of Wayside Store was a buslnes Mrs. John E. Thomas was qw..e On Thuday evening, December! sick during the fit of the week, but 20tb. at 7:30 o'clock, Miss Mary we are glad to repo that she is now Lfilian PetenL teacher of piano in i the A. It. School, will present her I much improved. I i:ut)ils in a public recital in the' came down during the first of tb .I z. week on a 6::it to ]3i3 parents.  " and Mrs. W. L. lisps, and to other relative':. Roy. H. G. Hawkins, paqtor of the Woodvil!e Methodist church, attend- ed 'lie d"=zrict r.*ewards meetin;r n Vicksburg cn Tuesday. Mr. W. S. Ford represented the Centrevill,. Methodist at that meeting Messrs. E. E. Richardson, I!. E. McGehee. J. C. Phtt and E. S. Walker, representi'nz Wi!Nnsen Lodge No. 10, I. O. O. F., went up to see Mr A]be Plitt. who is still under treatmen az the Natchez San. itarium. Mrs. Brannn Enlow, who had been visiting relatives in her former home in the nolhe"stern portion of this county, reured to her home in Come, Texas, during the week. She was accompanied 'home by her moth- er, Mrs. R. F. Day. *iss Conr.e FerTan. who is l taking the course for trained arae  a the Vicksburg Infirmary, paed] tba'ough here Monday on her way to i her home in Donegal, where he was l called by the itlr.ess of her mother,! MI. W. !'. FerTa-on. 1 t The merchants of our to. have i made the necessary preparations to t take ere of the Christmas trade. o i they can not only supply your wants, but can at the .ame time please you and your pocket book. Ju think wht it means to be satisfied in that W 6" . - Mr. and 5rs. Vile7 Williams and three children and Miss Gladys Fly, from Jeffe.on county, stopped over here Saturday and spent a few hour with Mr. and Mrs. Ackland H. Jones cn their way to Brownsville, Texas, where they expect to make thor home tn future. .__: M. A. E. Fugler and Mrs. W. L. Beckham and two younger children returned home last Friday eveninm from a delightful two weeks' visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Fugler .in Pluquemine, La. Mr. Beckham, who has been working there for the hast six weeks, was expected home thi week The fcllovAn anno,mcernen wMch apFeared in Sunday's imue of The Natchez Ddmoerat, will be of in- terest to the many friends of Mr. McGehee throughout this ,ounty: "Mr G Buler Reber aounces the .agement of h's sister, Lillie, to school invited, auditorium. You are cordially Mr. H. M. Johnston received his t i second car load of Jersey cow on' Wednesday, having sold out the first: ear that he received two weeks ago.{ The last car constants of twenty-ei-h ; fine copy,, several of which are re:i.-! "ered and phenomenal milkers. Some' of these cows are being otlered for- sale and the others will be kept by. 3It. Johnston, so call and look thcm t cenT. i Mr. an:t : r-. Joseph Tuley Wri-ht, l of Port Gibson, Miss.; announce the[ engagement of their daughter, Vir-i :,r.ia F.{aruerite, to M: S. Van I)vke Brooke, on of 51re. Brooke and the late Geer W. Brooke, el} Prince George county, Md. Tho wcd din will take pi::ce in the spring. --Washington (D. C.i Po_t. The above notice will be read with intere by the many friends of Miss Wright in this town. Roy. J. N..Miller, formerly of Lumberton, .Miss, who .aa been elected to succeed Roy. Mr. Subtle as..' pastor of the Centreville and Wood-I ville Baptist churches, moved 'th I hi. family to Centrevi]le last week nd held his first o.-iees a the Woodville Baptist church on Sunday. We extend to hLm a most eordfal wel- come to our county and trust that his stay here, and that of .his family will be pleasant'and mtually bene- ficial. Your Christmas Fruit Cakes are: waiting for you at PliWs Bakery. You know they are the be, o call' and leave yew" orders. Why not give magazines for C,hrtst- i delightful and inspiring affairs of the Mnd ever held in this town. Invita- tions were issued to a few "fans" in the town, all of which were accepted," the faculty was there, and every var- sity man and member of the scrub te:m invited a young lady, so when all were seated at the two tong tables in the banquet hall the num- be o cove-s reached 75. The room had Leon artistically decorated in school colors and at each cover there wa: a ouvenir repre-enting a, feet ball, on atch was the menu,! which indicated that for the f.our, ! The banquet given by, Mr. J. L. We L SWAIN BIG SHOW COMINg[ Denton, principal, and Mr. "Billy -" NEXT WEEK. I Wood, coach, on last Saturday even-  ' t inn in the dining room of the A. H. Far the Bt o its Kind on the Rodi School to the victorious foot ball Todsy It Is a Real Gloom [ team, was one of the most thoroughly Chaer,-- Wii] Present a [ Varied Program for One Week. Old Man Gloom is goin to bid Woodviile good bye, for on Monday,, December 17th, he Is going to stay away for a week. Which is by the way of annohc,i inn the fact that the greate::t of all I gloom chaser% the W. I. Swain[ Show Company  featuring drama, vaudeville and music',t comedy---is] that the instituti,m is making under the direction of Mr, Denson and his able faculty. The banquet developed itself into" a genuine get-together . meeting and while the speakers were boosting Coach Wood, the foot ball boys and the faculty generally, they boosted for the county also. The oc."a.ion was a glowing sucdess and rnos; certainly carried out the par. e for which it was planned. mas presenLs ? I am agent for The' ,Saturday Evening Post, The La,iies'i Home J,tvrnvl and The Country Gen-] Just s'op in at Plitt's and have tleman, ar, d v, dll appreciate your or-[ your order for Christmas Fruit Cake, ders. RALPH G. JONES, JR.  Cndy and Fruit put' aside for yoU. The Place to Do Your " Christmas Shopping Here those with exac.tmg tastes will find givable things ex-" actly to their liking, both as to charac _ ter and price. coming, and when Swain comes around Old Man Joy sits on the throne while Old Man Gloom makes himself scarce. While everything is bright, new epic and span, the Swain aggrega- courses thee were to be served eye-. tion is coming for a whole week, I beinning December IWcb, and the ter oup, crackc, mashed potatoes, young and old alike are glad. i friet oyt.rs, rolls, creamed Englisbi Under a big waterproof tent with I pea::, p.cl:!e, celery, fruit salad, gel-teats enough for the whole town, :,n.*': and cream, cakes and candy.' loom amusement.. . lovers will. see somel. I)urinz the course of this deliciou]of the classmst dramatm vaudeville meal Mr. J. L. Denson, acting as and musical comedy productSons ever produced here --, comedy t.hat ! e*-| toastmaster e In a most happy man- vll make tears of laughter run nor welcomed te visitors on behalf down your cheeks, musical selections of the school and of the foot ball] that make you wonder how Swain *cam aaaa then caq,-d on each mem-I ean possibly do it all :for those]J , ' , I" " ." " , . ,I PopIr Prices that he charges. ', ; ..... bet of the team tot snort toas, ann ............... ' "(? SC L OS S a.fo c..lleg altenttvu v , = ".'! smiles, happine and joy in his wake. i poe:m, by Robert Nettles, a copy of I People are flocking as ever to thateei .00:chv:as00ea, 00entonst-00,00 00i00h.,--pe.o00onee. were r.sponded to by members of the ightly add to the fame of the vet- W 00 D V I L L E, " "'" liar gift for knowing what people, SS I S S I P P X :h ,acu,y and by'a number of the eran showman who has such u peon- t M I uests present. All spoke of the want, and the knack of giving tkem ,reat records that the school team just that. seA..-. A.'- Ao.  ..Lea .....a ....so  . *'" ee,m  ear a'qt' has made and the excellent progress TAX PAYERS, ATTENTION ! I wish to notify the tax payers of ..... this county that taxes are now due and payable. As I shall retire from the office of tax collector at the expiration of my term on the first O .. re an' Now lect all taxes possible befot:e that time, so shall appreciate it if ou will % come in and pay up before that date Thanking you in, advance, I am, F O R Very respectfully, L. C. MILLER, Tax Collector. lstmab r"- r:-*--- ---- FOR SALE.  Choice Barred Rock cockerels $g.00. Apply to H. f. HAWKLNS, Wodville. 12-8-2w MARE FOR SALE.Fine for buggy D_ L_ CU00I00O or saddle; will work anywhere; hen- WHY tie for ladies and children; will be not drop in and let us sold with or without buggy and har. ess. L. T. ROGERS, Woodville. fix you up with a new out- FOR RENT.The Layson Store, fo the year with or without fit from head to foot ? acres of good farm land. Apply to W. L. FERGUSON, Woodville. 1-4 The cost of a complete wardrobe iS not a rt PUBLIC HAULINC I have purchased a new Ford Truck deal when you buy it here. with which I am now prepared to do public hauling of alltkinds, both long We have everything in wearing apparel for and short hauls, aha?wil[ appreciate Men, Women and Children. Let us fit you out. your busines& CalI'on me. SA! ) CUMBO, Woodville, Miss. 11-24-4 NOTICE OF BIDS ids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson count,:.' 'REMEMBER OUR Miss., up to i1 o'clock a. m. on the 00onday, the day of Janu- G ocery D partment ay, A. D. 1924, for the lowest and r e best bid for a-experienced road foreman of the first district for the, When Plaflni$g Youi  on Tuesday come in to make put- gmae and two little honm durin the a pleasant two her sister, Mrs. J. H, L of Hammond, by a friend, Mr. week end in We on a visit to Mr and while there en- agdcultttrtst of C. B. Mil- Friday tn attended an in- of the teachers of dist.ct. Dale nd Mrs. Eliz Vadalia, La., spent week here on a visit Chas. A. Wood, has been con- for everal week of fireworks In our early this year, to note that the notified the boy dimntinue thi prac- i until Chmtma at those pres- were Dr. and of Centreville, atnez, Mr. and a Miss Eva informed that Mr. son of Mr. and Jlas accepted the the Fleming on Old River tently held by who wiR flu sheriff" under Sheriff-elect t who is now i Genfreville on here on a bird Mr. Fielding Merwln MeGehee, of Wcdvflle, Mis The wedding will take llace on nursay, )ecember 20th." --.-- i{, Mr. Claude Hendern, who n charge of a squad of men employed by the Federal Government to look afber the dipping of cattle in a sec- tion of Amite county, spent the week end here on a visit to his father, Mr. C. W. Henderson. Mr.-Henderson reports that the cattle owners of that section arc co-operating in an effort to ge; rid of the ticks, which of come, :I1 go a long way towards the accomplishment of the desired end. The following oeers were elected on Tuejay evening by W. H. Wil- kinson Royal Chapter No. 16, to serve for the ersuing term: J: R Itamiltcm, Hii, Prie; J: M. s- ions, Jr., King; R. A. J. Sessions: Scribe; F. E. ,Fames, Carte-in of Hog; Dr. C, E. Catchinga, Principal Sojourner; S. O. Stoekctt, Jr., Royal Arch Captain; T. A. Role.d, Master of 3rd Veil; Alfred Best, Master of 2nd Veil; E. M. Kee, Master of let Veil; D. H. Wallace, P. H. P., Treas- urer; H. C. Leak, P. tL P., Secretary S. O. Stockett, P,H. P., Sentinel. Mr. J. B. Brown and" Miss Ina " "S ! Leak were married at the Method t t parsonage in this town on last Sat- urday afternoon'at 2:30 o'clock, the [ services being performed by Rev. H. t! G. Hawking, and attAnded Dy e I bride's mother and several friends. The bride is the attractive young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W, I. Leak and the groom is a opu]ar Toung employee of the Foster Creek Lumber & .Manufacturing Co.. at tephnson, where they ill make their home in future. Our best wish- es are extended to them for a long and happy life. Two weddings of interest to may of our readers are to be celebrated next week, both prospective grooms being sons of Mr. S. O. Stockett, 6fi this county. The marriage of Mr. I Leonard Barber Stockett and Miss Eva May, Boatner ll be celebrated! a the Prebyterian ehure  in Wood- ville on next Tuesday afternoon at 1 4:30 o'clock, and that of Mr. Samuel] Overran Stockett, Jr,, a.d Miss Alice! Randolph tockett wilb.be celebrated at the Presbyterian church in Jack. I soft, Miss., on next Wednesday after j noon at 4 o'clock. Io cards have'! been iuued, bt the friend# of thead are most eoratly in- year 1924. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids., ' v.-..C'h00;stmas __,_Dinner Santa Claus' Headciuarters 12-8-1923-4w. W.L. HAYS, Clerk Tys' Firewrks' Fruits' Candles "Evel'ythin ,or your . FINE,' SELECTED,YEAR OLD ONEBuLLs.AND TWO p0000n00ers Mercnn000000e co Fruit Cakes Tr trr, no tom Idood at all. All W O O D V I L L ] M I S S I 8 S I P P l are Grade Red Poll all Mui ud Staple and Fancy Groceries ,oo, .,h. . Sm m| |ml t| Aho some fine yearling heifmm. ' A --. H. JONES, ..... ' " ' [ Right Prices, Prompt Service ----.  DR.R. F, PAYNl Give Us a Call Phone 4, J.S. McGehee, Real Estate Bought and old Office houri 2 to 5 p. m LAUREL HILL, LA. on Commission. tepheamn, Mira. 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 dladlook them over q . H. TR@PENDAHL ODD FELLOWS' BUILIING, WOODVILLE, MI$. Ther Is No Work  Tm-Welk H. C. LEAK Lawyer Woodville, Miss, Office on __ ound floor of Cour Bt r D. C. BRAMLETTE ;, lawyer Wodville, Mis Office in Brick Building, CommerciM Row. Phone 44-1L Oflcein court house. Woodvflle, MI DR. Wc W. ONTFORT, Dentist Wiodville. Miss. Crown and Bridge work a Specialty Odd Fello' Bldg. Phone ll-W W. F. Tucker Clay B. Tucke] TUCKER & TUCKER Lawyer Woodville, -:- MIss. Offieb southwest corner publle 4-849g-ly Office in hrlslmils He00ldqu00lrlcrS I i ' ) " GLASS WARE, STERL/NG AND SHEFFIELD SILVER, BOX STATIONERY, FEU,IT & KRAEMER CANDIE, II L f" ,l, Begin Your Holiday Buying at Once00 Don't wait until the last minute. We have a full line 0f Gifts of ali kinds on dib|a:y. ood as is fouud in larger townS. Con and iuspct them. i i ii  i |1 GENUINE LEATHER BA- i GENUINE LEA-THER PURSES For Men ClCkl IN GIFT PACKAGES IVORY GOODS, i WE HAVE THE SAME FULL LiNi OF HIGH CLASS" GIFTS THA:I YOU HAVE ,dLWAY$ FOUND AT THE BUSY DRUG3iST Tlephone 8-J TOM WOOD