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Capt. and Mrs. Joseph McCarty came
down from Durant on yesterday and
spent a few hours with their brother,
Mr. W- B. McCarty, preparatory to their
ranking Jackson their home in the near
future in fact Capt. McCarty is already
making arrangements for his little family
to join him now that he is here making
J. L. McRae, Sr., of Acona, looked
after landed interests near Cruger Wed
George DeLoach, E. B. Williams and
J. H. Pike, of Cruger, were Sunday visi
tors to Lexington.
N. A. Reed has sold 200 acres of land
near Howard to
Max Sisblatt, of Lexington, last week
bought a carload of corn from W. L.
Hooker, of Eastbank, and sold it to J. E.
Duncan, of Thornton.
Miss Maggie Rivers, the highly efficient
and deservedly popular telegraph oper
ator at Gwin, enjoyed a vacation Friday
and took occasion to pay Greenwood a
J. R. Porterfield, general traffic agent,
accompanied by Mr. Boatner und Mr.
Ray und other railroad officials came
down on No. 313 Friday on an inspection
Give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to
keep the cough loose and expectoration
«asy. It is excellent.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Moore, of Cres
cent plantation, made a motor trip to
M rs. Reynolds and Mrs. D. E. Rey
nolds, of Bee Lake, attended the funeral
of the late Mrs. Julian Ashley, at Lex
Horseshoe plantation last week pur
chased 50 bushels of soy beans for plant
ing purposes from the firm of Sisblatt &
Kamen, of Lexington.
J. A. Henley, of Lexington, went to
Howard Monday morning to recover the
store building of the Howard Mercantile
Miss Fannie Eggleston, of Lexington, 1
•was a Sunday visitor to her brother. Dr. I
S. A. Eggleston and family.
Prof. Bruce Seitzler, of Greenwood,
surveyed some land for N. A. Reed, at
Howard, the fore part of the week.
W. V. Bailey, the energetic manager j
of Shotwell plantation, recently pre
sented his sister, Miss Johnnie B. Bailey, i
With an elegant Dodge car.
Mt. and Mrs. C. A. Knott, of Cruger,
went to Durant Saturday night on a
•visit to relatives and friends.
Miss Emma Marks, the popular teacher
of the Howard school, was over at Lex
ington Saturday and submitted a report ,
of her work for the past month to County
Superintendent J. M. Kimbrough.
THE SPURRIER STUDIO, Greenwood
Mias. Photographs for the pleasure and
comfort of friends and family. Mail us
your kodak films.
S. Tahir circulated among friends at
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harvey spent Sat- j
urday night and Sunday with relatives j
and friends at Franklin.
M'ss Gladys Sudbeck, the popular i
teacher of the Hines school, on Provi- (
Be nre plantation, made her report Satur
day to County Superintendent J. M. Kim
brough of her school work for the month
V. Reinhard attended to business in
W. H. Doty, of Omega, went over to
Lexington Monday to register in order
to participate in the primaries in Au
Mrs. N. A. Device spent the latter part
of last week and^he early part of this
week at Howard and Lexington.
J. R. Garnett attended to business in
T. L. Barbour, W. I. Pickens, S. J. Can
tara, H, C. Johnson and Sam Loving, of
Lexington, attended the Pullen comedy
show here Friday night.
D. T. Kennedy spent Saturday night
in Lexington's attractive social circles.
P. Y. Miller has constructed an ele
gant and serviceable ice wagon for
rMiss Myrtle Grantham, teacher of the
Thornton school, spent Saturday and Sun
When Cotton Seed
Was Dumped in Creeks
because there was nq market for it, it mattered little
how much was wasted in planting. Now you
simply can't afford to use an out-of-date planter be
tilted out of
Avery "Shawnee Jr."
Will Pay for Itself
with seed it saves. It puts
the right quantity of seed in
tbe ground, at a uniform
depth, and covers it proper
ly. Planting plates are
driven by two pitmans—no
chains to slip off or cog
wheels to wear out of
or tilted hack without using
a tool of any kind.
com plates are extra
large, giving eacb hole a
chance to fill. This
no bare spots in the field.
Come in and let us show you
other good points that make
the''Shawnee Jr." the favor
ite of Southern farmers.
be lifted off
relatives and fritwil at L>el
, day wi
ington and vicinity.
j Ferdinand Pitehford, Dan George and
W. N. Pickens came from Lexington over
! in Howard Ginn's service car with him
at the helm Saturday night to attend the
J show given by Pullen's comedians.
D. E. Reynolds, of Bee Lake, made
Lexington a visit on business Saturday.
J. H. Steen spent Saturday on business
Miss Beulah McNemar gave an enter
tainment under the auspices of the high
school Monday night at
Theatre. There was a good crowd pres
ent and the entertainment proved satis
factory, despite the fact that it "followed
of a week of
closely upon the heels
comedy and vaudeville and splendid rnov;
On a knoll just south of the tracks of
the Durant-Tchula division south of Gwin
lie the carcasses of two large hogs and
a mule drowned in the high water.
H. H. Sanders spent Sunday with his
family, which is visiting relatives and
friends near West.
A. Tahir and W. H. Morehead made a
trip Sunday to Lynchfield in the former's
elegant new Ford car.
FOR FLETCHER S
CASTO R I A
G. L. Morehead on Monday landed 300
pounds of fish, und on Tuesday motored
in his gasoline' launch to Mileston to
put out some more nets.
G. M. »Powers, of Greenwood, made
Tchula a visit on business the fore part
of last week.
J. L. Pope, Forest City, Ark., visited
Tchula last week, having heard about the
fertile lands in this locality.
J. M. Jeffreys, of St. Louis, called on
progressive merchants on Tuesday of
last week in the interest of the firm he
Joe Lou, Jr., expects to make a trip
to Greenwood today.
W. E. Locke, of New Orleans, so
journed in the city Tuesday of last week.
W. W. White, of Jackson, and S. D.
Collins, of Yaaoo City, were TchuU vis
J. R. Shelton, of Memphis, mingled
with customers and friends in Tchula
the fore part of the week.
H. R. Gorsuch, of New York, spent
Tuesday of last week in the city.
J. W. Rhyne, of Owens, spent Wed
nesday of last week with Tchula friends.
J. W. Workman, of Louisville, Ken
tucky, attended to matters of business in
Tchula on Wednesday of lsat week.
Dr. M. P. Winkler reports having found
one case of Spanish influenza at Gwin
Tuesday, the patient being a negro.
There are many cases of mumps.
E. H. Shaddock and R.. T. Kimbrough,
of Lexington, visited Howard Tuesday,
where Mr. Kimbrough superintended the
shipment of a carload of corn he had sold
Girls! Make beauty lotion forV
a few cents—Try It!
Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a
bottle containing three ounces of orchard
white, shake well, and you have a quar
ter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion
and complexion beautifier, at very, very
Your grocer has the lemons and any
drug store or toilet counter will supply
three ounces of orchard white for a few
cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant
lotion into the face, neck and arms and
hands each day and see how freckles and
blemishes disappear and how clear, soft
and rosy-white the skin becomes. Yes!
It is harmless and never irritates.
i FOR BILIOUSNESS
TAKE A CALOTAB
The New Nausealess
-Calomel T-hat Is Puri
fied and Refined From
All Sickening and
You have heard of smokeless powder,
colorless iodine and tasteless quinine,—,
now get acquainted with nausea-less cal-'
omel,—the new calomel thr.t is wholly de
lightful in its effect, yet retains all of
the system purifying and liver-cleansing
qualities of the old-style calomel.
Your doctor will tell you that calomel
is the best and only medicine for bilious
ness, headache, indigestion and constipa
tion and now thr.t it is pleasant to take
everybody is taking Calctabs, the new
calomel with all of the liver benefits and
none of the sting.
One Calotab on the tongue at bedtime,
with a swallow of water—that's all. No
taste, no nausea, no salts, no danger of
salivation. Next morning you wake up
feeling fine, your liver thoroughly cleans
ed, all biliousness, headache, constipation
and indigestion removed. Eat what you
Calotabs are sold only in original, sealed
packages, price thirty-five cents,
druggists are authorixed to refund the
price if you are not delighted with Cal—
to Father J. M. Kellogg, »f Mileston.
Mr. Kimbrough always raises a surplus
age of corn over the needs of his plan
tation. Last year he sold corn to the
amount of $3,000.
Cotton is coming up nicely in the coun
try adjacent to Tchula.
A large congregation greeted Rev. E.
T. Mobberly at the services held Sunday
Dr. T. W. Foster made a professional
call on Horseshoe Sunday.
J. C. Pickens, of Lexington, greeted
Tchula friends Tuesday on his. way to
attend the Presbytery at Greenwood as
delegate from the Lexington Presby
W. O. Durham and W. D. Durham, of
Fort Payne, Dekalb county, Alabama,
spent a portion of last week in Tchula
and vicinity on a prospecting tour.
K. L. Emmons was down from Mem
phis this week on lumber business.
Pat Mulhera, of Lexington, spent
Tuesday on business at Howard.
Lieutenant R. Cooper Brown and Fer
dinand Pitehford, of Lexington, made an
auto trip to Cruger Monday.
A. Henrich, of Lexington, looked after
his plantation interests here Tuesday.
H. U. Williams, of Memphis, circulated
among friends and customers in Tchula
on Wednesday of last week.
R. F. Truslow, of Birmingham, Ala.,
made Tchula a business visit Thursday.
B. F. Alford, the genial photographer
at Lexington, passed through Tchula
Tuesday morning enroute to Greenville
Thos. B. King, a prominent business
booster of Memphis, made Tchula a visit
iMr. and Mrs. Dalton McBee and Mrs.
Harry Lowe passed through Tchula
Thursday enroute fr,pm Lexington to
R. F. Hill, of Nashville, Tcnn., visited
Tchula Thursday on his regular business
FOR BILIOUS TROUBLES
To promote a healthy action of the
liver and correct the disorders caused by
biliousness, Chamberlain's Tablets are ex
cellent. Try them and see how quickly
they give you a relish for your food and
bnnish that dull and stupid feeling.
J. T. LeMay was registered at the City
Mrs. J. R. Garnett was on the sick list
this week to the regret of her many
W. H. Pate, the Well known millwright
of West Point, spent Tuesd'-y with
Tchula friends while on his way to Cru
ger and other points.
John McCade, of Memphis, attended
to matters of business in Tchula Friday.
J. P. Allison, of Jackson, took occasion
to drop off at Tchula Friday for a brief
chat with friends.
Harry Hosmer, the well known lumber
and timber dealer of Greenwood, visited
Tchula and Lexington Friday.
W. N. Pickens, of Ltexington, was
among the many visitors to Tchula Fri
E. H. Ohleyer, of Howard, made a trip
to Tchula Tuesday morning.
Miss Belle Stigler, of Lexington, passed
through Tchula enroute South Tuesday.
W. H. Moore and Daniel Phillips Beall
passed through Tchula Tuesday enroute
to Jackson to drive back two superb
Overland cars for Barr-Gwin Co.
W. P. Hammett, of Lexington, looked
after his extensive landed interests in
this locality Tuesday.
J. C Cox, of Lexington visited Tchula
hi j miss \u y ' ^ „
business trip to Tchula Friday.
J A. Stedgor, of Chicago, visited
Tchula on a prospectng tour Saturday.
J R. Stephens and Thance Stephens,
of Knoxville, Terinessee, spent Saturday
Misses Mell.e K,Hebrew and Belle Pike
of Durant, registered at the City Hotel
J. L. Cain, of Hamilton Deadening, was |'
a business caller at Tchula Saturday.
H. M. Deyton, of St. I^puis, renewed ac
quaintances in the city Monday.
J. M. Bellew, of Jackson, is assisting
W. J. Sallis in his gents'
W. W. Warrington and Claud Eoff
The Kind Yon Haw Klwajs 8c#i
were registered at the City Hotel Mon
I. T. Claggitt, of Memphis, made
Tchula a business visit Monday.
E. A. Milton, of Pickens,
Tchula Tuesday, writing life insurance.
Frank Henderson, of St. Louis, spent
Monday in Tchula.
There ia a movement on foot to erect
a dancing pavilion on the banka of
Tchula Lake, which ia government prop-'
was m ,
Toilet Articles, Stationery, Kodaks,
Good Morning Alarm Clocks,'
Manicure Sets, Magazines,
Nunnally's Candy, Beick's Candy
AH Kinds of Varnish Stains
Complete line of Base Ball Goods
COME TO SEE US
Tchula Drag Co.
W. C. HERBERT, Manager
Phone No. 12 «
WHAT I WOULD DO
IF I WERE A FARMER
I would use only the best tools obtain
able; they are less expensive in upkeep.
I would, after the cultivating season is
finished, have competent mechanics to go
over, repair and paint all tools. I would
house all tools and machinery until again
needed. I would when using any tool see
that ail bolts are tight. I would once
every week squirt a few drops of oil on
the tops of all tools in use; this will
eliminate rust and make all bolts easy to
tighten. I would care for the feet and
legs of all stock. I would never have a
plow animal shod exc pt f:r some defect.
I would in time of dry spells use twice
a week some gcod hoof ointment, thus
keeping the hovny lr.cf elastic, otherwise
my horse would be ir. danger of becoming
lame. I would use Miller's Adjustable
Back Band Saddle on ail plow stock;
this saddle will prevent sore b.ck and
when the back is sore by using this sad
dle the animal c.n be worked .'.id the
back cured at the same time. I would
permit no one tr. m-.ke r .-pairs nor shoe
my horses except those w'.:o can under
standing^ explain why these things
should be done in a certain way. I
know there are rules by which all these
things should be done. 1 know there are
men who have made the learning and
practice of these rules a life calling and
study. I kno# that competent mechanics
nre reluctant about giving these secrets
to the novice. I know this - reluctance
has bred a varied crop of self-styled
natural-born mechanics. I know that
these men are here today and yonder next
day. I know this class are frauds for
the reason that they have spoiled much
material for me.
In conclusion I invite you to come to
see me and let us talk over these things.
Ask any question you like pertaining to
my line of business and if I don't answer
correctly then I don't want your business
and I am a bug.
P. Y. MILLER
Blacksmith and Horseshoer
erty and the ground rental will be only
nominal. It is to be hoped that the
project will fully materialize, as Tchula
is in need of an institution of this kind.
W. T. Johnson was down Sunday from
Sidon on a visit to his family.
According to the government pluvia
meter at Dr. M. P. Winkler's store the
rainfall on Wednesday of last week
amounted to 4.60 inches -the heaviest
recorded during the 14 years he has
served as weather reporter for the United
States government. t
Dr. M. P. Winkler went to Howard
Monday to see Wm. Marks, who was very
ill, but is now on the high road to com
Mr. and Mrs. C. W."Gilliam, of Green
ville, were prized guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. Gwin.
W. L. Doty, of Richardson's Bend,
made a business trip to the county capital
E. B. Williams, of Cruger, visited
Tchula and Lexington in a business way
^ ^ jn ,. fe , would Bflt offer 8uffer .
in * humanity a medicine that I did not
JS2? 0 rdE«55 I have observed the
J tt ue 7nlof
cagcg and „„ gafel recon)mend it in all
djgeaseg of the blood such ag 8pecifk
bloo<J poisoning( in chronic rheumatif>mi
Catarrh, constipation, stomach and liver
disea8e8> t0 cause soreg and uIcerg ^ hea ,
#nd disperse nodcs> tumorg and scrofu .
lous swellings. J. C. Mendenhall, Evans
|' v ille Ind.
40 Years On The Job
I put 40 years in the study and prac
tice of medicine and pharmacy before I
was fortunate enough to secure and per
fect the wonderful prescription for
"Number 40 For The Blocd" and at this
Sold by druggists cvcrywhore or sent
prepaid upon receipt of price.
S. Klein, of Boston, visited Tchula
T ue8da y on b ; 8 regular business circuit.
L. E. Malletto, of Yazoo City, repre
senting Morse & Co., spent Monday and
Tuesday in Tchula.
Mrs. S. H. Chun, of Route 1, Isola, was
the prized guest last week of her brother,
J. H. Hale, and family,
W. Hooker, of Eastbank, went to
Lexington Tuesday on a combined busi
ness Hnd social visit.
A. N. Roach, of Lexington, made Tchula
a brief visit Tuesday.
J. L. Cain made a trip to Lexington on
T. H, Pettus, of Mileston, went over
to Lexington Tuesday on a business er
J. R. Christmas is having his elegant
residence covered with Flex-A-Tile, dia
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R. L WALLACE
STOVES AND RANGES* -
WAGONS and BUGGIES
Whatever you may need to
fthove line we can fill your re
quirements satisfactorily la
you. We can please you as to
quality, variety of selection
and—most important of all_
PHONE 21, TCHULA, MISS.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Savin* time is just as Im
portant as savin* money when
buyin* the necessaries of life
and by making as many of
your purchases as possible in
one place you can accomplish
both results. Our grocery
store is complete in every in
spect and our goods are always
freph, clean and wholesome.
PHONE 26, TCHULA, MISS.
M. P. WDIKLDt
Everythin* to Make You Well
SICK ROOM SUPPLIES
PHONES 43 and 4*
CITY H 01 IL
MAKE IT YOUR
WHEN IN TOWN
Special Attention to Traveltoe
R. L. WALLACE,
A fresh line of Staple and
Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Can
dies, Confections, Cigars and
Tobaccoes constantly on hand.
Quick Lunches served aft all
You will save money by
trading with me. Try it once
and be convinced.
Phone 60 Box 77
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