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SOCIAL AMD GENERAL HALLOWtm Mow come, ye gleeful Candidates, si b sprit- glad and green, Come, ceirlirat« the wondruus juye of dear old Hallowe'en. Let Bob La F llette bob to-night with bright and jovous grin And se> if be tbe Apple tf the White House Tree may win ; Let bitn give o'er the critic's sneer, the bitter blast and snob, land tbe Pippin in tbe And • ry to Giaod OIj Party Tub! Come. Bivan. drop voor Commoner just for a little while. And joir our merry paity free of bit temea- and guile. And through tbe mystic woods we il _uespi'e the specter* there i haunt tbe shadowy paths that lead unto tbe longed for Chair— Tbe silver will-o'-wisp will try to fill you wit*t affright, , But don't you care, dear Bill, he s dead and lost bis power to bite And you. our cherished Teddy, drop tbe Big bitick for a bit, Ana j dn our merry party with your own rich stores of wit; Wet out your biggest pair of seeks and fill tbcm up with fljur. And go out on tbe bisbvuy church b 11 soones tbe hour, And lambaste with a right gojd will tbe Jack o'-lanteiced crew Who with tbeir elfin prank Bnd play will come to j»at with you And you, Champ Clark-oor Speaker bold—our one and only Champ, Whose lusty spirits none can quench and nothing know can damp, Get out tbe biggest pumpkin, sir. in all tbe gaiden patch. And make a Jack-o' lantern fierce, with neither peer nor match. And call it ''Annexation,'' lad, and then with hated breath Along the northern borders run and scare Kanucxs to death. Come forth, O Woodrow Wilson, hie you forth upon the way And tick-tack all the windows of the politicians grav, And with a bolster on a pole, in nightgown wbltelarraved, With fear fill sordid souls that make of politics a trade; Pretend yon are a Princeton 'boy to all care call a truce, And on this glad Allballoween come forth and raise (ho deuce. And vou. Bill Taft, at dead of night remove tbe White House door And place the same, securely bid,upon some upper door, Bo that, when those wbo'd enter in— and many such there lie. As any one with half an eye can very plainly see— Come to tbe gates that lead to place of power and of pride, There'll be no swinging portal for to let the crowd inside. run Tha when tbe And Uncle Sam. come hither, too! Come, eelebiate the night That's given o'er to elfin pianka, to specter, and to sprite; And when tbe midnight hour shall strike, a mirror seize and go Straight to tbe cellar stairs and Quick ly bie you thence below, Aod in tbe mirror's depths you'll see. as there vour optics delve, The cherished face of him who 11 be tbe Boss in 19*2 JOHN KENDRICK BANGS. We regret to record Mr J. C. Pick ens on the sick list. Prof J. M Kimbrough's West End home is nearing completion. Mrs. J S. Eggleston will be hostess of tbe Study Club on Wednesday. Jesse Walton was up from Yazoo Citv enjoying home folks and friends. Miss Rosa Lee Reid is guest of Mrs. S. D. Gwin for the winter in West End. Mrs. Fred Jackson, Jr., has been the Mrs Lester prized guest of Mr. and Barr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Smith will live in our Queen Delta City next HOSKINS f OPERA HOUSE NOVEMBER 8. 77 SIS PERKINS kk A Comedy in 4 Acts With Special Scenery and Effects 2 Hours of Solid Fun Everybody Likes SIS NOT A DULL MOMENT A Good Laugh Better than Medicine HAS MADE MILLIONS LAUGH IS FUNNY-YOU ALL KNOW NOW BETTER THAN EVER SiS Sis Prices 25c, 50 and 75c wear am bsv« purchased a c ttage in | t^e Boulevard Annex in North Green W)G j w Mr. and Mra Charles Pablen are domiciled in tbeir Leautiful brick Mev. I M Lemley ia enjoying the i £ d Vin d jackMn* e of bome ,oU8 tLM week in Jackson. Berrman Lew i* on tne loaf for a | fortnight tie*ween coons and says all plav makes Jack a dull boy j Mr. ana Mrs. Bomer Dean are vis • ting Mr. Dean's Darents in Henatobia sin :e bis return fiom Colorado Theresa Holder. »f drekson. won piiies in tbe Art Exbibit for oe»t de signs f jr horde's and for plant draw- I of tbe ■ il fill , s , i Miss Julia Watson is borne again after d a f su nmer ;nfing to Colorado ! much in 1 >ve with Western lands and I ebarmirg climate. Mr». G. A. Wilson and Mrs. Nellie Wilson Yand-ll spent Wednesday in the capital citv to enjoy the flower show and Madame Sherry. log Diphtheria has invaded Greenwood and caused tne death of John Lucas the bright and beloved little son of Mr. and Mis. Will Loggins Mrs. Bmks 8 enberd Mis. H H Elmoie, Mr. and Mrs. Duly and Pitt Sneoherd enj yed an overland auto trip to tbe .State Fair Saturday. Miss Susie McBee will be tbe hon oree of a number of soocial hours with ber close fiunos before her marriage on Noyea;her the twenty-ninth. Mr and Mrs. fetoner and charming daughter are row occupying thpir handsome borne cn the beautiful boulevard in Noith Greenwood, Miss Cornelia Dyer attended the 3 A E Cotillion in Oxford Friday evening whicbwas a brilliant function tor nellcs and beaux far and near. Mrs, Bruce Pepper, of Ybzoo City, was guest of Mrs. R. C- McBee a late date. Ah a charming college girl Mrs Pepper is recalled by a host of friends. Mrs. J, C Pickens and Mrs. G A. Wilson were week end guests of Mrs Sarah Wilson Wright at ber apart ments on College Street in tbe capital citv Mrn W L. Walton returned Friday from a stay in 'lallas, Texas, guest of per parents, M r . and Mis. AI Baker, and received much benefit from ber visit. Dr and Mrs. J. H. McBee, Jr., were guests of tbe Edwards House tbe first week of the Fair. Dr McBee remaining tbe full time of tbe exhi bition. Mrs. B G. Humphreys. Jr., of Greenwood, came over tor tbe cele bration of bei D. A. R Chapter on the 21st and is guest at Redclvffe for a little visit. Hon. and Mra. R C. McBee enter tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mts. Henry Haverkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Joptba Barbour and Miss Mollie Hen ry, of Yazoo Citv. Miss James a late date was a guest of Mrs. Ethel Keirn Jones and on leaving for Oxford went to Durant with Mr and Mrs. Hal Gilliam in Mr. Gilliam's auto. Mrs. G. W. Stiglei, Miss Annie Stigler, Mrs. Ed Shaddock and child ren enjoyed tbe many Fair attractions this week in Jackson, including tbe Kingdom of flowers. 3 Miss Annie Brown bad the distinc tion of being" among the few Art Judges at the Jackson Fair; and also had the pleasuie of the companionship of Miss Mattie McLean during ber stay. Saturday Mr. Hal Gilliam's services as expert automobilist were enjoyed by Mr. David Sanderson, Miss Emma McLean Miss Santa Tackett and Miss Rathell for a dav spent at Jackson and the state tair. The ttomhers of thu McLeaiore Ave nue Presbyterian Church gave a de lightful reception last week, in the church parlors, in honor of then pop ular pastor and wife, Rev and Mrs, W. W. Harrison. Miss Zana^Harvey, ot^Mempbis.will bo among tbe debutantes to be pre Guards Sail in | rented at the Chickasaw ■ N umber 14tn, and ® n M " of * ^ 2Htb ber parents Mr and Mra b. B Harvey will introduce tbeir daughter elaborate afiernoon tea and are the i _ Q^^j^yUn^EnVineal/ moa* comorabeneive an 1 creditable. It is brightly illuminated with Belt made a | e | H tr i C Ji^hte aod a splenuid sign of all hiilliaot bulbs, j TLaIld l8st Mr aut(J wag j n ev jd ec ce with four of our attractive gilrs: Misses Occie Me Lran, Alice Martin, Mary Beall and ijuliri' Beall who made a verr happy tup to the capital and State fair, I at an daLcing paity. Hal Gilliam's ■ , Miss May Pearl Scott will hi come i tbe bride of William Thomsi Adams, Jr,, of Corinth, Miss , cn November ! the 7tb at Rcserialc.Miss Miss Scott's I popularity is attested ny the many pre-nuptial festiviiies given in her honor Judge and Mrs. Sydney Smith have entertained a house paity in tbeir churning home in tbe ca pi tailoring the Stale Fair including tbeir mother, Mr . T. W. Smith. Mr and Mie. Rob ert Douihat, of Yazoo C.tv, and Mrs. 1. B. Picken®. In the receiving line of theFederatfen of Clubs in Jackson, du>ing tbe Pair, at the lovely home oif Mrs. Anniti Mims Wright, were noted our borne club women Mrs Getrse Bsall and Mrs. W H. Smith, of Durant, and Mrs W J. Nelsoo. of L oodman Mrs. J. L. Dyeon chaperoned Eliza beth and Jack Tackett to tbe Meriui a Fair where they were guests of Di. I —j u.. '»">■ t--••«*» Mrs. Dyson was charmed with the Good roads of i this charming citv which radiate to eich point of the compass for five of pathways of perfection, nil "l HYMENEAL. Browne McBee, —Mrs. John Harbot t McBae. Si., announces the engage ment and approaching marriage of ber daughter, Susie Walton, and Fred Zollicoffer Browne, of Starkville, Mias. This announcement is of great interest to tbe ide circle of friends ard rela tives of tbe betrothed pair. It is in deed a groat lose to out city and a goldea gain to Btatkville when such a charming type of young womanhood as 3usie Walton McBee exchanges her birth place (or this new home; and bet chosen lord snd master is just that sterling quality of manhood to have won this prize. ENTERTAINMENTS. Mrs. Mary McLean will entertain tbe Duplicate Whist Club Thursday afternoon. Mrs L. D. Pepper will be hostess of the Matron's Bridge Club onFriday afternoon. Miss Bessie Wilson will be "at home'' to he Merry Maids' Club Wed nesday afternoon. Friday evening the rosebuds of tbe Mozart Club will celebrate with a Hallowe'en musical and costume party at tbe college chapel at early candle light Many magical and mysterious pleasures await the fortuoate guests of these merry melody makers. behoves Saved Many from Death. W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark , he has saved many lives in his 25 years of experience in tbe drug busi "What I always like ta do," "is to recommend Dr. ness he writes King's New Discovery for weak, sore lungs, hard colds, hoarseness, obsti nate coughs, lagrippe, croup, asthma or other bronchial affection, for I feel sure that a number of mv neighbors are alive and well today because they took my advice to use it I bonestl/ believe its the best throat and lung medicine tuat's made." Easy to prove he's right Get a trial bottle free or regular 50c or $1.00 bottle. Guaranteed by B. 8. Beall. King's Daughters Notes. "Wha plants a trie loves others than himself.'' Some beauty loving soul has been giving encouragement to tha tree planted on tbe school campus by Tha King's Daughters. A paper read be fore tbePennsvlvania Convention calls the Order of King s Daughters "a city of refuge into which all denomi national or undenomiational travelers may enter. It is religious, philan thropic and civil. " The Silver Cross for November re minds us in an editorial of tbe solemn significance of Thanksgiving. Not alone, just one day kept, as a legacy from Puritan ancestors and for tbe joyous reunion of families, but a dai ly Thanksgiving for life laden with blessings of so common a sort that tbe heart does not think to make offer ings. A committee will be as beieto fore appointed from the circle to at tend to tbe sending ot baskets where needed The circle extends sincere sympathy to tbe daughters wbo have met with bereavement since our last meeting The next meeting of tbe circle will be held with Mrs Barrett, tbe second Friday in November at 3:30 o'clock. A KING'S DAUGHTER. Program for School Improvement Association. Program for Teachers and School Improvement Association for Beat 2, to be held at Betbesda School on Sat urday. November 11 1. Opening Address, Welcoming tbe Visitors and Outlining tbe Purpose, Scope aod Possibilities of Beat Asso ciations. Prof. U V. Harris Discussion, Prof P. J, McClure. 2 How May We Establish Better Working Relations Between Patrons and Teachers! Miss Alice Green and tbe Trustees of Betbesda School. All are invited to sasist in a thorough ana searching discussion of this sub ject. 8 To What Extent and in What Way Should Instruction be Given That Will Lead to Improvement io Public Manners and Business Morals? Prof. David Sanderson, Miss Mae Rainer. The Tomatd Club Movement. W M. Alexander 4 Coughini at Niabt Means loss of sleep wicb is bad tot everyone Foley's, Money and Tar Cutnpt urd stops tbe [cough at onco, relieves tbe tickling and diyneea in the threat and heals tbe inflamed membranes Prevents a cold develop ing into bronchitis or pneumonia. Keep always in the house Refuse substitutes. Sold bv B S Beall 4 We Are 8ole A gent b for NUNN ALLY'S High-Orade Candies We Are 8ole Agents for LILLY'S ICECREAM Special orders given special attention. The People's Drug Store Always Ready, Willing and Waiting to Serve You Let Us Know Your Wants Prescriptions Given Immediate Attention Promptness, Satisfaction and Efficiency Guaranteed 4 We Solicit a Share of Your Esteemed Patronage. THE PEOPLE S DRUG STORE, WILLIAMS 8c GLOVER,Proprietors Night Phone No. 210 Day Phone No. 40 I i AWAY GOES PIMPLES, arirnrano rnLin dLAII\HlAUo, lWlIHA. DANDRUFF AND OTHER SKIN AFFECTIONS WHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP ARE USED. The B. 8 Beal[l Drug 8tore says, "We are so confident that ZEMO ana ZEMO 80AP used together will rid tbe skin or scalp of infant or grown person of PIMPLES, BLACKHEAD, ECZEMA. DANDRUFF, IN8ECT BITES or anv form of itching, irri tated disfiguring Bkin or scalp tria ble, that we"do not hesitate to recom mend these clean refined leinedies .to every person who desires quick relief aod a cure from aoy form of aggra Often vated skin or scalp affect'on. times one bottle and one cake of soap will cure a'minor case of akin trouble. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produce sure and swift results. You.will not suffer another day after vou commence to use them You will feel like a new person. ZEMu and ZEMO SOA can be ob tained from one leading druggist in every citv or town in America and in Lexingon by the B. S. Beall Drug Store. __ Honor Roll of Hopewell School. Honor Roll of Hopewell School tor Month of October— 4tb grade—Luther Ellison and Wil ma Holm. 5th gtade—Bettie Raiser and Fan The school opened with a larger en rollment than last year, and with the restoration of the general health of the neighborhood, promises steady growth along all educational lines Hopewell school does not boast of the monstiouB mental activities of its pupils, but it does boast of a band of nonrebellious students who work and nlay baimoniously together; of a neat, comfortable, attractive, failry well-equipped sobool building, and of a band of trusttts and pations wbo re spond lib rally and cheerfully to every call for anything that tends to bring health, beauty and comfort into the school room. Proof of this lies in tbe fact that mote than two hundred and fifty dollats worth of improvements have been made, indoors and out of doors, since April 15. 1910. A plan for the organization of a To tnato Club and the construction of a cold frame is being favorably receiv ed, and it is tbe hope of tbe teacher to have Hooevv Ji acbool girls take front ranks among Mississippi tomato growers and canners. Backache. Headache, Nervousness and rheumatism, both in men and wo men, mean kidney trouble. Do not allow it to progress beyond the reach of modicine but stop it promptly with Foley Kidney Pills. They regulate the action of the urinary organs. Tonic in action, quick inrcsults. Sold by B. S. Beall Fannie Hobbs Oiborne. On Sunday nigbt October 29, 1911, tbe Death Angel visited tbe home of Mr and Mrs. M. J. Osborne and car ried away tbeir precious little Fannie Hobbs, age ten months and nineteen days. O' how sad to part with so sw6et a little girl, yet we feet while it is our loss it is His eternal gain "No touch of pain shall cast its shadow over that marble brow; no bitter grief shall stain that pate cheek now" And to tbe parents we say, weep not. for she is playing and singing with the angels in heaven. Little Fannie Hobbs suffered great pain for several weeks with malarial fever, but she is now free from all sor row, paiu and death. A little angel came to us but it did not come to stay; And how sad it left cor hearts the day it went away— It went to heaven, that home above Where all is joy, peace and love. To the bereaved parents we extend our heartrelt sympathy. We sav to them to ever look on Him wno doeth all things welt and some day when tbe summons comes little Fannie Hobbs will ocen the door wide aod beckon you in, and what a jovful meeting that will bo. Tbe little ctib is empty now. Tbe little clottes arc laid by; A mother's hope, a father's joy, In Death's cold arms doth lie. Go little pilgrim to tbv homo od yon tier blissful shore: We miss thee bore, but soon shall come where them hast gone before Mav we all live true and noble lives so as to meet the loved ones gone be fore Your cousin. MARY ELLA. For Sale. Two good uilcb cows calves. with young PAHLEN BROS BUY YOUR Christmas Presents FROM THE Jewish Ladies' Bazaar —ON November 15 Benefit of TEMPLE BETH EL -> Bank of Commerce t W. L. YOUNG, Prwidenl R. M. GWIN. Cathiei W. L PICKENS, Vice-Prei'r $45,000.00 Capital DIRECTORS; A. M. DOTY. G.H.McMORROOGH. W. L. YOONG. D. H. HOBBS. H. H. KLMOKK, W. 1. PICKBN8. K. H. GWIN, Offers to depositor? all of the conveniences of a well equipped and conservatively managed bank, and any accommodations that your balances, business ability and re sponsibility warrant,consistent with sound banking Sell Peters ........Shoes Pahlen Bros. and Give You Good Value Grace Doty. On October 29 just as the morning was dawning iuto a beautiful day the Death Angel visited our home and broke our golden chain and took one of our precious links one of our pre cious twin darliDgs. Grace. O, bow sad we are. orace was only seven months and ten days old. She was sick only four days with pneumonia. God doeth all things well- He knew hest and called hor to that beautiful home on high, where her sainteu grandmother and two grandfathers are weetly resting, and where there will be no more troubles and trials to bear. It tree so hard to stand over her and see bet suffer so much. She waR tbe daughter .of Mr. and Mrs T. F Dotv All that Dr. - Lucas, kind friends an# relatives could do gavo her no relief give up our precious darling Grace. U, how sad'we are in these sad hours! She was laid to rest in Harland's Creek cemelerv at tbe foot of ber old grandfather s grave. ~ Sweet little Grace is safe in tbe arms of Jesus; Safe on His gentle ■ It was so bard to breast—There by His lovo over shaded sweetly little Grace shall rest. Hi f sister, RUBY. Not ANY Glasses Don't forget that there ARE Glasses that wiil do you more harm than good. In many instances the lenses for YOU must be ground to your measure, just the same as a druggist puts up .3 prescription. This point cannot be given too much emphasis. It is as easy for you to get the right kind as the wrong. We will choose them for you, and in such a way, that mistakes are impossible. M. E. FRITZ, Optometrist Office West Side Public Square.