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VIDALIA DRUG CO.
Joral atib Oiiai 3Iitnw
Miss Anaie Rtrieker of Fort Adams,
Miis., h the lovely house guest of her
cousin Mrs. John Dale, Bt.
Mi Jalke L. Schiele was in New
Ottasm lst wl*k-and combining
bediea ith pleasute.
Kies illy Vidal Davis, of Natchez,
s always a happy visitor to our little
tbwa La4 week end she was
-g at Misr Sarah Beatner.
Miss 1dwina Raynham left for
lwn in St. Prancisville on Satu
aftr having a most pleasant visit
the home of Kr. and Mrs H.
a Saturday Mrs. . K. Da
bw two lovely daughters, Has
eI n a motored to thein ho
Mr. ~gd Mrs. Milton Marke)
swt little daughter Josephine
te .,t andai with MKr. and
Mm. P. S. Kagoun spent, week
visiting friends in MissssiEipi.
Mk. Hast is receiving congratu
Istisrn on the arrival of another
grand eon whose parents are Mr. and
3ma John Hart of Newark, N. J.
'Im, H. B. Conner was a charmin
,btulrs to a lovely dinner given lasI
It neve rains
r] but it pours!
IT WAS "eomnai aight." AND THE Brown baby was bette.
SIT WHEN I set homa. AND A minute later.
) 0;* ** * * *
3 POUND the Browas. THE SMITHS changed their mind.
HAD A aut bby. AND THE Missus fainted.
AND COULDNT .come. "OH, WELL,' I Mid.
,O I chortled "Oh, joy. "THE MORE the merrier.
Sr" "um ai I IWHAT'S THE lIfesrace?
WONeT iUE sad I habrra MAT tHE alterreea
SWELL EATS sor twot" IP THERE Ismt enoegh ood.
u No, ue a. I'LL PREED the males.
"YOU DOCNT suppoe, ON HE clrettes that satisfy.
.:,ro wAss this teed. AND YOU womes e talk.
JUT ON .o" * AND BETWEEN the two.
! ,'" "'+' " JUY ON yo*l"
-AND 0 sd. WE'LL ALL be iatiUsed."
S' "LET' PHONE the Smiths."
7 .BUT THEY had headaches.
tl* lMl f I/ THEN WE tredt the Joness. WONDZRFPU eompany,.
e* *, Cheeterfields- time, any
. . Sw AND THEY all for.t. s Jst seem to the
0 me V00,d
AN *0* pkoelagews lith a
WAS JSTs shu..t miy. . 0..8 wyst as
_--e; ! ! a
SPriday efning complimentary to he
r guest Miss Edwina Raynham of St
The .table was exquisite. In the
r center a handsome cut glass vase hel:
r beauiful sweet peas. Delicious course:
were served to Mr. and Mrs. Peteh
L. ROuntree, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Murray, Mrs. Rougon of Lakeland
S]ias Raynham, and ars. Conner.
Misses Fannie and Mary Oden left
on Sunday for their home in Arcadiat!
sa. Miss Mary Oden was the domestic i
science teacher in the Vidalia High
School last session and every one
hopes that she will return next
Misses Cecile Ohleen and Josephine
Reeve are anticipat'ng a lovely trip
to points in Georgia this summer.
They leave next we:t.
Messrs. Arthur Moritz, Ernest
Brown and Jonas Lehman, of Natchez
were guests of Misses Susie Camille
Dale and Corinne Boatner, last Sun
Barkley Knight, of Sicily Island,
was the guest of his cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Knight, at Taconey, last
Miss Cecile Ohlsen spent several
days this week with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Geneva Rountree left on Wed
nesday to visit Jackson, Miss., St.
Louis, and Chicago, enroute to be a
member of a house party at White
Hall, Ills. Geneva will also go to a
girls' camp in Michigan before re
Little Robert Calhoun fell off a
cedar chest Tuesday afternoon and
broke his collar bone.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidaon had
as their guest this week Mr. and Mrs.
L. Coleman of Winnfield, La.
Mrs. Tucker and charming daugh
ter Avice, of Monroe are guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Eckels.
The "W. W. W." club will home'
Sa Bud Scott Dance in the Town Hall
on Monday evening.
Mrs. Henry Knight is expecting
her sister-in-law, Mrs Basil Joyce and
little daughter, to be her guests next
Mr. Lessly Dale is home from L. S.
U. te spend his vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Graham Jackson of
iRayville, buried their little three
weeks old daughter in Natches last
Tuesday. Heart felt sympathy goes
out to this young couple in their
Mr. Cline Strickler, a recent gradu
ate of the Vidalia High School, is
spending his vacation in Crystal
Springs, Miss., with his uncles.
The Willing Workers were de
lightfully enertained by Mrs. Homer
Smith at her home Thursday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Smith have
as their guest there son and wife Mr.
and Mrs. Osker Smith of Pardale Ark.
Miss Sarah Brocato of Ferriday is
the guest of Miss Congetta Cerniglia..
ght lights and merry laughter
intermingled among the young people
t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
eves last Friday night, where a
delightful lawn party was given in
honor of Misses Mary and Fannie
Oden. Games of various kinds were
played. The childhood game "King
William" is always erj:yed even by)
the "grown ups".
Delightful refreshments were
rved to: Misses Sarah and Corinne1
Boatner, Geneva Rountree, Mary
'elle Mason, Lillian Vance, Kath
erine Murray, Susie and Josephine
Dale, Hazel Cockfield, Mary Louise
Netterville, Hazel and Fern Davis;
Annie Stricker, Edwina Raynham, and
Mary and Fannie Oden. Messrs.
IJohn Dixon, Hall Lytle, Hall Wilson,
William Lyle, Mike Ohisen, Fred Loy,
Jerry Hyland, Clifford Reeves, John
Schuchs, Harry Meng, Eben Howard,
. Clyde and Fred Falkenheiner.
Mr. Joe P. Scott of St. Joseph was
t in Vidalia last Sunday as guest of
z his uncle, Mr. J. L. Rountree.
His many friends here are wel
coming Mr. Charles M. Crooks, who
is at home on a furlough from the
1, United States Army. His Company is
d at present stationed at Camp Jackson
t S. C. This is the first visit home Mr.
Crooks has made since enlisting in
the army nine or ten years ago. He
I was for several years stationed at
Schofield Barracks, H. I., and while
(there won commissions of Second and
(First Liieutenants and Captain. He
- is a brother of Mr. B. F. Crooks and
. Mrs. Geo. A. Murray, and Mrs. Stan
a ley of Vidalia, and attended school
Sin Vidalia up to the time of becoming
a soldier. Charles is more than wel
Scoined home, and we trust he will de
cide to return here after his enlist
ment is out.
1 Mrs. Estelle Gillespie, and charm
ing little daughter. Sammie, arrived
last night to be the guests in the Gil
I lesnie home for several weeks.
1. & A. FREIGHT EXTENSION SER.
I VICE TO MOBILE JULY 1.
Through freight service from
Shreveport to Mobile will be estab
lished July 1, according to a statement
by A. F. Key, Jr., general freight
agent of the L. & A.
"Through freight trains over the
L. & A. and the Mississippi Central
1connecting with the Gulf, Mobile and
lNorthern, direct from Shreveport to
Mobile, will be established about July
1." said Mr. Key. "There w.li be no
through passenger train service put
on for the present.
"By this arrangement, shippers will
be given the benefit of through freight
rates to one of the largest ports in the
South. Special attention will be givl.
to export business, thus connecting
Shreveport with another gulf port for
export and import shipments."
Hattiesburg, Miss., June 2-Gen
eral Manager L. E. Falkner. of the
1Mississippi Central ra;lroad which op
erates between here and Natchez,
Miss., announced today that the con
tract between his railroad and the
Gulf. Mobile and Northern railroad,'
which will mnean the running of
through freight trains between
;Shreveport and Mobile by a working
agreement with the Louisiana and Ar
Skansas r*ilroad, has been signed by
iofficials of the G., M. & N,, and that
the 6f.eials of his road will sign the
agreement at a directors meeting
June 6, to be held in Scranton, Pa.
"This will represent," said Mr. Falk
ner, "a saving of 24 hours over the
lew Orleans rotate.
"The Mississippi Ceptral is expeet
ing greatly ineVeased 'busia:gs and is
at present in the market for three
931.2 ton Mikado lscomotives, which
are expected to be needed in hand
,ling the additional volume of freight."
Mr. Falkner said this morning that
this agreement was the only way to
save the road from financial failure,
'as the main line which was origina:ly
constructed to handle a lumber busi
es, is bemg run at a lyss, agricul
tural products not coming in fast
Sei.ouga to take the place of lumber.
The Louisiana & Arkansaz. railroad
operateo between Shreveport and Vi
dalia, and will connect by a ferry a:
that point with Natchez where a thru
freight will be received by the Mis
sissippi Central lines and sent 150
miles ta Hattlesburg0 Frcm Hatties
burg to Mobile is 96 miles, giving
the Mississippi Central total traclkage
of the main line of246 miles. The
agreement is in force for three years
the Mississippi Central leasing the
line from here to Beaumont, Miss.,
and having the trackage rigahts for
the other 69.miles of the G., M. &
N. for the same period.
The Mississippi Central has to main
tain the tracks from here to Beau
mont, and is given the terminal rights
and dock rights at the bort of Mobile.
The road will continue to use the G.
& . I. pIssenuer station, and no
change will be made in passemsev
schedules at present
The mileage between the two eities
is not greatly reduced but time facil
ities are much better, and it is on this
Lhat the Mississippi Central officials
,are relying for mucbejter bus
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Bonus Bill Be Favorably Reported
By Committee in Few Days.
The soldier bonus bill, it is indi
Icated, will be favorably reported by
the Senate Finance Committee within
a short time, perhaps this week.
The Committee Wednesday was to
receive from a special sub-committee
of which Senator McCumbor is head, I
recommendations for favorable action
The committee then will decide what
it will do. Members believe the Son
ate will be asked to pass the bill. Offi
cers of voters organizations have been
'-iven assurances to this: effect. and
have been promised that the measure
will be rushed when it reaches the
The bill provided that the veteran
may choose one of four optional bene
1. Adjusted service pay at the
rate of _1 daily for domestic service
'and $1.25 daily for foreign service,
payable in 10 quarterly installments
if the amount in over $500. and in
quarterly installments of $50 if less
An adjusted service certificate,
equal to 40 percent more than ad
justed service pay, which matures in
20 years. meantime bearing four and
one-half percent interest. The full
amount is payable if the veteran dies
before being paid, also the certificate
has a loan value after 1924.
3. Vocational trainire allowance,
at the rate of $1.75 daily.
4. Farm or home aid, equalling ad-:
justed service pay, plus forty pet
cent, where the money is to be used
for improving a farm or home be-,
longing to the veteran,-Ex.
A. T. CALVERT
Following an illness of several
months duration, A. T. Calvert passed d
awayat his residence, Moro Planta- -
tion, Concordia Parish, La., at 7
o'clock Saturday evening, May 28.
air. Calvert was a prominent planter
of Concordia Parish, the family hav
ing long been prominent in this sec
Mr. Calvert is survived by his wife,
Mrs. Evelyn Hornsby Calvert and the
following children: Mrs. Jeff Davis
Farish, of Houston, Texas; Miss Su
zanne Calvert, Sam and Andra Cal-'
vert, of Moro plantation, Coacordia
parish, La. The funeral services were
held at Trinity Church Sunday after
noon, May 29th.
The following gentlemen acted as
pall bearers: S. V. Stratton, Jr., A
Vidal Davis, Allen T. Bowie, Jr., J,
FJ. Friedler, Dr. Robert S. Carter and
James P. Fagan. In the absence of
Mr. Kuehr.le, Judge William C. Bow
man read the burial services.
Interment was in the family plot,
City Cemetery.-Natchez Democrat.
The road o;ler, recently purchased,
by the towns of Ferriday and Vidalia,.
has been sold to the city of Natchez,
i here it will be used for oiling the
streets. The projects failed het. ,n
account of the fact that our roads
were not paved.
SEIZURE AND SALE
State of Louisiana, Parish of Concor
dia. Tenth District Court.
LUCAS AUTO TRANSFER CO.
ANDREW B. FORTENBERRY
Public notice is hereby given that
by virtue of and in obedience with
a Writ of Seizure and Sale, issued out
of the above Court, in the above
styled cause, I ,E. P. Campbell, Sherif
of Concordia Pariah, Louisiana, have
a .ed, and will offer for salI- at the
Court Idouse door. on
SATURDAY, JUNE 25th, 1921.
the following described property to
1 Chervolet Automobile.
TERMS OF SALE--Cash to the
last and highest bidded, with benef!i
of appraisement. I'
E. P. CAMPBELL, Shenrff'L
Sheriff's Office, May 6. 1921. .
FOR RENT-An Npartment for
*h sumetr; three to five rooms, with
kitchen and use of bath room.
Apply to Mrs. R. B. MONTEITH
612 Washington St, Natchez, Miss.
AND SHEET METAL
Afl WatGuarmt·d PmaptO da
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NATCHEZ, - MISS.
Notice is hereby given that the
White IHall Plantation, iri Coneordtia
Parish, La., is posted against hunting,
shooting, fishing, pecan gathering, or l
i say, manner trespassing thereon.
Violators will be prosecuted to the 1
fIl extent of the law.
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VISIT OUR OTHER DEPARTMENTS WHILE IN THE STORE;
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WE SELL GOOD GOODS; WE PRICE THEM RIGHT.
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Notice is hereby given that Pitts
R field Plantation, in Concordia Parish,
La., is posted against hunting, shoot
ing, or in any way trespassing there
on. -Violatsrs will be prosecuted to
the full extent of the "law.
. . W. DIX, M ag-s.
Notion is hereb? given that Uhhugg
and Weoosma Plantation, in cemeu41m
Parish. La., aft posted aalnet hunt.
ing, shooting, fiLhing, ovr fene. c3 ,
w in aey other maune tre.hu g
hereoL Vlolatowy wll be prubg "
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