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«" " VOL. LXVI GRENADA, MISSISSPPI, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918 NUMBER 28 David W. Owen Dies In Jackson Mr. David William Owen died at iws home in Jackson, Mississippi, last Sunday morning, December 8. at an eariy hour Und hisj remains, were buried in the Cedar Lawn cemetery i» that city Monday afternoon. He was another victim of influenza fol lowed by pneumonia. He bad his second attack of influenza, his first being in the first days of October, tte was ill about one week. Mr. Owen was a twin brother of llrg: Harvey Harris, of Charleston, being a son of Mr. Riehardy N Owen, deceased, and Mrs. Lida Lake Owen of Grenada. He was born January 8, 1884. He was a member of the Methodist church and was a Mason. Fbr several years he was in the em ploy of fhe I. C. Railroad but for the ia£t three years had been connected with one of the fertilizer plants of H was an oblidging friend considerate of the wishes He met life's Jadkson. an 3 ever and welfare of others, obligations according to th best lights lief ore him. About four years ago Mae Fitzpatrick of Me made Miss Jadfcson his wife, who survives him. Besides his wife, he is survived by kis mother, and three s^ters to whom The Sentinel rendrs condolence. The funeral services were conduct ed from the Galloway tfyurch. He Knight Templar murial. was given a THE FLU HITS US HARD With three members of The Senti •ei force out on account of the Flu and being already short of force, compelled to ask the indul we are fence of our readers this week, not ^aly for the lack of reading matter •«t for the make-up of the paper. The exigencies of the situation com Mei us to place some of our ads on thing we -Business ite first page, which is a 4i^ike very much to do. lI«Rag< ement 5 1 Soldiers can't be fed with your W. S. 5. Pledges •Hi c» v 1 Y; i X21 3 & rd :r) i S H a el m ■3 to § SI -a i But they can be fed with the money with which you ^ redeem those pledges. i i 'a ' i'j e This space donated by JOS. CUFF & SON -a 1 i i WHY NOT -TODAY? BUY YOUR WAR SAVINGS STAMPS This space donated by Jno. T. Keeton & Co. • ®BEI3151SlS®KEEESf5iS | 1 THE AMERICAN . SOLDIERS redeeming' their pledges with their blood and their lives. Vou can redeem yx>ur pledge with the money you will save. are This space donated by DOA KHARDWARE CO. One Negro Kills Another IBS at Wll Hudson shot and killed another negro, John Jefferson, at the ITie giant at about 8 o'clock last Satur uay night. The difficulty is supposed u> have grown out of domestic trou oies. The siayer took leg ban at once anu notwithstanding tne lace unit binerirt (Jrowaer and several ucpuoes min emu iugne, ne nas manage a uius lar to eiuue arrest. i iuaue a viguaiiL searcii | i. W, Kaymonu, u. Lb, t'resident. SI iNULHGAL college Holly Springs, Miss. Nov. 19, 1912. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: This is to certify that 1 had Mr. J. F. Ross, piano maker employed for two weeks in making general repairs and tuning the pianos of Mssissippi Synodical College. I have consider able knowledge of this work myself, and have employed at different times quite a number of workmen, and without solcitation from Mr. Ross I had expected to give him this testi monial. He is the most capable, faithful and efficient piano worker that has ever been employed by me. He has proved hmsell* swift, reliable i*nd conscientious. He ha s taken old pianos that were practically useless and made them as good as new. I unhesitatingly commend him to my friends ,and others who desire their s repaired and tuned they will great opportunity if they fail to employ Mr. Ross. Sincerely, piancs miss a T. W. RAYMOND prepared to rebuild your old and make it good as new r . I a full lin of tools and material I am piano carry and can put on new key boards, new actions, new strings, remodel and re 1 will be glad to call estimate without finish the case. and give you an cost. Respectfully, J. F. ROSS to Press Davie Music, next door groves for a short time. PE PRESIDENT WILSON wants you to buy your W. S. S. i & to rd S THE KAISER H hopes you el won't buy your w. s. s. Which would you rather gratify? at get e space donated by A. J. McCASLIN This i YOU 1 1 PROMISED TO BUY | WAR SAVINGS 1 STAMPS 1 HAVE YOU BOUGHT THEM This space donated by GRENADA GROCERY COMPANY (g)gfggf aj3f iar3igigiagMB/5JB15151fil5l5151BSlSB | KEEP YOUR , | PROMISE I AND REDEEM YOUR w. s. s. PLEDGE i«» .* This space donated by PLANTERS* HOTEL MRS. A. E. MITCHELL PASSES AWAY H&Y Mrs. A. E. Mitchell "tlied at her home in Grenada on the morning of December 7th and her remains were carried at her request to the old family burying ground between Cof at . feevilli land Torrance fwheifi Vhev were buried Sunday morning, the service being conducted by her pas 1 i She i had resided in Grenada since 1878 I tor, Rev. J. W. Lee, of the Central Baptist Church. Mrs. Mitchell had only recently | ceiebra.ted her 82nd birthday. Her husband, W. C. Mitchell, pre , . . .i . ceeded her to the grave SO methine over fifteen years ago. Mrs. Mitchell was truly a noble, Christia woman, j In her younger days, no one could find their way to the bedside of a; sick neighbor more uickly than she and when there, few could render better service as a nurse. Not having been blessed with children herself, she sought opportunities to aid those mothers who at times seemed burden ed with the care of their little ones. She did not advertise her good deeds but those who knew her best, knew the real genuineness of her devotion j to the cause of Him who taught real [ service of others. Thus it was that she was ready for the final summons. I Mrs. Mitchell is survived by one brother, Mr. Nat Clay, who resides near Coffeeville, and two sisters, Mrs. A. C. Coffee, of Coffeeville, and Mrs. John Vanhoozer, of near Torrane. j The Sentinel tenders sympathy to j the distressed. • I HELP THE KIDNEYS Grenada Readers Are Learning The Way and.casion i t' It's the little Kidney ills— The lame, weak or aching back— The unnoticed urinary disorders— Q : That may tend to dropsy Bright's disease. When the kidneys are weak, Help them 'with i>oan's Kidney j Pills. _A remedy, especially for weak kid Doan's have been used^in kidney j neys. troubles' for 50 years. Endorsed by 50,000 people—en dorsed at home. Poof in a Grenada citizen's state ment. Mrs. Mary Tribble, 207 Green St., "I know Doan's Kidney Pills says: to be a fine medicine, for they have! always given fine results n my home. Just recently disordered condition of my kidneys. These organs were weak and caused me a lot of annoyance and I had j occasional attacks of backache. Af Itook Doan's for a ter I began using Down's, which I got at the \Vhite Drug Co., relief fol lowed, so I gladly recommend this remedy." Price 60c at all dealers, simply ask for a kidney remedy— get Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs. Tribble had. burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Don't Foster-Mil ■ : E s THE LAFISCO HOTEL i Charleston, Mississippi '* i I SUNDAY DINNER December 15, 1918—6 to 7:30 P. M. i ■ i MENU | | 1 CANAPE—W. Bernard 1 1 OLIVES I t 2 = CELERY i CREAM OF TOMATOES ROAST YOUNG CHICKEN ROAST SPRING LAMB .AU GRATIN POTATOES CANDIED YAMS l i ASPARAGUS.ON TOAST I WALDORF SALAD BOSTON CREAM PIE ' VANILLA ICE CREAM ASSORTED CAKE TEA ' COFFEE BUTTERMILK. $ 1.00 I Late Jim Trimble Did Not Salute £2 The Sentinel teels sure that its Grenada readers are interesteu m anything that concerns the late Jim, Trimbie and more especially what transpired with him after lie entered the Navy. 1 It is stated that shortly after he had enlisted in the Navy and while i walking across a bayou or ravine on a plank walk, at the same time being deeply absrbed in placing a match .'to the combustible end of a cigar I which he had placed in his mouth, he , ^ . _. encountered an army leutenant. Jim ;faiI(!(| to ret . 0Rnize the officer - s rank by a ^lute. The army officer touch j ed b j m on the shoulder and inquired, «]p 0 not you Navy people recognize a; an army officer?" Jim's reply was, be g your pardon, Sir, I really did not ]- now whether you were a boy ,- roll t or a Y M C AJL' St ° Ut We are more than fateful for . , the klndnes5C s shown us by seeming ly everybody when our husband and j father died. The many expressions [ G f sympathy have served to greatly I j _ # _ j poj* m Engine and O Tractor Short Course CARD OF THANKS lighten our affliction. Very sincerely, Mrs. J. W. Mitchell and family Grenada, Miss., Dec. 12, 1918. ■fe From January 6th to January 11th, largely thru the efforts of Mr. H. C. Bell, Grenada will have a farm Gas Engine and Tractor Short Course un der the direction of the authorities & M. College. The og and.casion will be one.of exceptional op i portunity to the farmers of this sec t' jn. During that time there willibe farmers here from every section of Q f the A. : The county this part of the state, faitn demonstrators of all adoining counties as well , as all other? in the counties north of this one on both lines of the I. C. '"railroad will co operate. Due announcement will be made of the program for each day and every arrangement made to take care of those in attendance. There will be three other schools of the kind in the state, one of which wdll be at the A. & M. College, thus it will be seen that Grenada and Grenada county should consider themselves fortunate in getting the Course lo cated here. New farm jmachinery jamb road machinery make it imperative for every farmer to acquaint himself with these things. -te , FOR RENT —Two or three furnished rooms for light, housekeeping. Close in. MRS. JOHN L. MILNER 529 Main Street Phone 56 ■FEc TYPEWRITER CUSHIONS AND PADS—Lessen the jar and noise and lengthen the life of your type writer by their use. 'f'he Grenada Sentinel. JOHN BARLEYCORN GETS TWO NEGROES INTO TCnilRI P' 111 I U I nUUKJLL its m Jim, • what - John Barleycorn hath his victims; he while on being match cigar he no less than war. It has been thought that, he was bound hand and foot) and cast into outer darkness, yet he continues to beguile; ever and anon some overzealous individual! "You finds that he is runing counter to the statutes which sayeth, must not buy, barter, sell, have oi _. Jim rank touch was, did boy for noon before Ma u e i two < t each for d.spens and img^ •' , cne red liquid at the de Grenada that same afternoon, convey the wicked fruit which that Scriptural statement that s a y s biteth like a serpent and stingeth i * like and adder" is said to refer to. There is now' in the county jail in this city one Charlie Smith who was arrainged on We^' esday after n and fined In addition to the two j Charlie as a porter on one of the buffet cars. Somehow or other it had gotten to the ears of that vigilarft towm Marshal, W. A. McLeod, that v,harlie vtes accommodating some of the thirsty in passing thru Grenada, so he set a trap for the unsuspecting negro and as a result caught him in the very act. fines already imposed, Charlie is j amenable for even having the wicked fluid in his possession, and will also C. Gas un og op sec of no doubt be called to answer before the federal courts. I c, . . , I Charlie Smith is a wiser man by wiiat has happened to him, still there I is a certain sort oij sympathy to which he is entitled. W r hat he has at the instance done, he h of some white man and to cone j | . L-omo ! ■ate white people. He, no doubt, is one of the negroes that is never^bet ter pleased than u r hen doing what he regards as a favor for a white the co be day the be will lo for Charlie was doubt evidently getting a right rich ! man. ^ Still, irt the matter of dis pensing whiskey, profit. On the afternoon of December 7 another colored man was taken in , _ , , .. , . ! , custody by. Marshal McLeod for toy-; ing with Johnny Barleycorn. His name is Will Clay, and the worst part of the business for the Clay negro is came up on "Ole Misd" and had his j liquid refreshments in a mail sack, | | that he was a U. S. Mail Clerk.. He but in handing it out to the negro porter, it dropped on the brick and i , .., , . , , several bottles were broken, much to , the sadness and to the disappoint ment of a number of onlookers. Mav- J or Brown fined the Clay negro 8125 ! and he, too, is amenable to Ui.cle I Sam. This man will perhaps lose j , . , ... .. . . ., I his place in the mail service besides, being severely punished for trying to 1 make a few extra dollars for doing a thing that he knew to be risky in- j -pi, % » i, , The moral of all this to tl^e negro is: Do not fool with sellinpg liquor, It will get you and if you must sell it, don't do business in Grenada county where you will get within smelling distance of Marshal McLeod and his Honor, Mayor Brown. deed. ed at the at an O. is IS". The Sentinel congratulates Mr. J. P. Benson, one of the many splendid railroad men with headquarters in Grenada, on his again being elected delegate 'to represent the Missssippi Division of the brotherhood of rail way trainmen at the Grand Lodge which convenes at Columbus, Ohio, June 1, 1919. did young than and a good and useful citizen. He looks beyond the af fairs of one day or one year. He I has a vision of things that must come, that need to be done and it is little wonder that he takes high rank among the railway brotherhood. To b.e preferred over so many where there are so jnany to chose from is a compliment indeed. He -will fill the post creditably and The Sentinel feels that it can assure his brother hood in advance that if there is any special thing they want done at ths Grand Lodge, they have chosen the right man to put the job over. Mr. Benson is on the run from here to Tie Plant. Mr. Benson is a spier - back/ time ing plant get once, of liver the you Personals Mr. Rogers Parker of the S. A. I. C. charge Monday and Tuesday. P' ¥^' c ' Bill has returned from p visit to relatives and friends at Oov : ington, 7'enn. arrived at home I Mrs. C. H. Calhoun and little daugh ^er left Thursday for (kiffeeville , where they will be the guests of relatives and friends. foot) yet 1 and a ncue iVi. U. t. /cuains nas assumed an unusual oignity umj week smee the jHiiivai °f nis nrst Ooin, a line boy, stranger mat took up Mis J abode with him and his excellent wife iast Sunda y morning. ' has been most generously ■ to oi de Mr. Adams congrat uiated by his many friends a.l of that wnom join in wismng the little man y s a life of usefulness and that he be a real Ben Adams. may jail who Mr. L>onaiU W ngnt arrived home this week, having been cnarge trom the army, the aviation corps. Mrs. Wormack Smith was a visitor in Greenwood Sunday. Miss Louise Hail nas returned from an extended friends in Greenw'ood. Mr. C. L. Davis spent the in Chicago. ^ Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Campbell,. Mist Edith Brown and Lt. A. motored to Charleston Monday. Revs. R. A. Tucker, T. M. Biown ice and J. R. Countiss left Tuesday for C larksdale to attend the North j Mississippi Annual Conference. • given ms dis He was in service of the marine visit to relatives ant the had past ..eel of in is j McNamara and Mr. Roy Burt spent Sunday with relatives and iriends in Duck Hill. C. Hargis Misses Annie May Burt, Margaret I ,, Mrs ' a C - Frazier and Miss No ™ a I Moore were visitors m Winona Sun by dav The Red Cross members are not any work this month oi the new I to but will begin asKe! to do IC year on the Rei t oe garnie civ.iioun an , \> no nave ueen atten j lege .ii Lii is.01, | i lien . count oi the flu. I. oaise ; col ! 1 t. is i a., are at nome. school has been closed on ac ....S3 Pearl Stephens, of Hammond, L .a., was called to the bedside or her no'sister, Miss Beatrice Stephens, one ^ >f ^ ie Sentinel's attaches, who has ! been sick for the past week. The many friends 7 in , of Miss*Lulu _ Jones, who has been very sick for ! , the P as t three weeks, will be glad to learn that she i is improving rapidly Miss-Jones is one of the teachers in the City school, is Ensign Rowiami W. Jones is at home tor the first time since Ids en his j listment last winter, on a furlough | He s doing duty on a submarine chas er in Central American waters looking fine and of | He He .3 course was , greeted by his many friends to , TL Milton Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Van. W. Williams, has on? J recently completed a busr.ess ! u a ^ ac ^ son business college ai. I a ^ P ) C ' a P° Si -- c n Ult ' a - ! j M^^rvTv^ 00 ' ° f ? r ®« nu ; cod I Mrs. Harvey Harris of Chariest* has been a guest this week at th 1 home of her mother, Mrs. Lida Owen, a having been called here by the serious j Hlness of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Jones. Miss Lida Owen went to Ja.kson , on Friday of last week where she re ma ined until after the death of her brother, D. W. Owen. ccur t Mr. Virgil Wright left Tuesday for Florence, Ala., where he has accept ed a position. In a letter to The Sentinel, Mr. H Fonville states that Mr. Vernon C. Fonville, who was seriously injured at Admore. Okla., in June, last, is doing nicely and hopes to reach his home at Holcomb, this county, by the last of this month. The Sentinel feels sure that this will be gratifying news to Mr. Fonville's many friends at Holcomb. Miss Lola Kate Holcomb has re turned to her home at Oxford after an extended visit to her aunt, Mrs. O. E. Slaughter. Mr. Sam Hall Garner, who was a member of the S. A. T. C. at A. & M. College Jias received his discharge and is at home again. WEAK BACKS MADE STRONG BY USING VIN HEPATICA You so often, get ».veak in the back/ listless, and alii run down this time of the year. Ten to one it is because your kidneys are not work ing right. They are the filtering plant of yotlr body. And when they get out: of fix, you're out of fix. What you want to do, and do at once, s to come in and get a bottle of Vin Hepatica for thoroughly cleansing out your kidneys, stomach, liver and bowels. It goes at nee to the sat of the trouble, tones you up. strengthens your back, and' make you feel like a new For Sale by FATHEREE DRUG COMPANY Grenada, Mas. (1528 person.