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NEW SODA FOUNTAIN.
THE VERY BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE. BEST MATERIAL ONLY USED AND GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE AT J. L. Shell & Go.9 s Fountain We serve you the Best Material. We serve you the best and coldest. We serve it from the most sanitary. We serve you from the latest improved. We serve you from a brand new green fountain. We say this means the best obtainable. We serve you at REDUCED PRICES. We feel that we deserve your full support CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES AND , THEN PASS YOUR JUDGEMENT. XTThel lT& ca DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACISTS 110 East Commerce St., Aberdeen, Miss. 'Phone 20 ?T7i evxfiC& Stars "3 vwsffvT.'S'vss, j?ys''!fgygirggg and lovely in adornment of pink I and Mr. itoore, fvilh a delightful roses. Mrs. J. yi. Acker assisted bridge on Thuft2atf afffnoon. .Mr". her mother in receiving her euests. Fite and Mrs. Hetl.on were also and very delicious refreshments comnlimented. A verv charming were served. afternoon was ppent by this congen ial coterie of friends. Mr. and Mrs. r. F. Paine enter- i tained Monday, night for Mrs. Fite and Mrs. Hudson at a handsome i evening card party. A very happy evening was spent by those fortu nate enoueh to be Mr. and Mrs. Paine'a guests. C In Town and Out. 4 Mrs. S. G. Fite am! Mr?. Hudson were the guests of Mrs. Chas. Ham ilton and Miss Willie Cunningham on Thursday. The had a lovelv motor trip to Columbus. The State convention nf the IT. Ti. H will nnnvn a Amnr TnO0,JOv XUUrsUHj UiKm Jir. HOCl .M. .Ut f ., o.i rw 4i : . m. I ' a nirniio p.m.) .uu. vii uio evening ui i ues- o- Mesdames Fite. Hudson. Mrs. day. May 2nd. the local chapter will Napier and Miss John Morgan-, of : . : t n . '-.or I - .... . ... Kiyc a reuepnuu lruiu o m ;ou p. uuemptiis, Mr. and Mrs. 1. r1 . fame m., to which the entire K. K. Lee and Mesdames Fjir. Moore. Hons Chapter of Aberdeen, are invited. ton and Svkes were their euests Un lhursdaj'. May 4th, the 11. Jfi lee Chapter, Aberdeen, will give a Mrs. Edward Yonmr was hostess luncheon to the Amory chapter and at a deliehtful informal mnrnin? . i ' . rrs i . I " " tneirguests. l he guests from Amory hridee Frida v. Aunin Mr Smith . i .i . I - are expecea on me motor that ar- Mrs. Fair and Mrs. Moore were the rives at noon; they will be met at honor guests the train and taken for a drive and then to the Countrv Club for lunch- Mrs. .Napier, Dr. U . (J. Sykes eon. Already a program has been eynes anu jir. ts. n. .u- arranged by Mrs. Mc Williams. Mrs. garland were uinner guests of Mr McDonald, and her cnmmittPPH r and Mrs. Jamie Billups, of Colum- doing everything to make the occa. bus. on Sunday. sion a very pleasant one. Mrs. S. F. Hamilton and Sarah Hamilton, of Tupelo, are visiting in the home of Dr. Robert Paine. The Social Realm Harris Rliett. Tin-: mai;kia;k ok mi? 1 Pauline Harris to Mr. Rhett. is of widespread interest, because of the popularity and prominence of the parties. Miss Harris is a grand daughter of Mrs. Lticiau Svkes and a neice of Mrs. A. .1. Evans, of this city, and has often visited her rela tives and friends here, where she is much beloved and charming hospitality. A large num ber of friends 21ml relatives will go to Columbus for the marriage cere mony tomorrow. sticks with flower shades. Mrs Napier and Miss Gillespie sang beau tifully. and Mrs. D. W. Houston, Sr. gave the bridal toast. A very elab lit-? 1 oraie ami ueneious mncneor was faultlessly served. This was one o the mor-t delightful entertainments ever given in this home or by this grac ious hostess. 1 Af.a i., i. ....... ful hostess to a large number of friends Wednesday afternoon when she entertained in honor of her mother. Mrs. Huxbaum, of Mem phis, whose visits to Aberdeen are always made a pleasure to her wide j circle of friends here. Mrs. Ituhel's admired for her ' 11;mu-)mH noine was lasieimiy uec- orateci with choice blossoms. A lintertainments. The handsome luncheon iven by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dugan, espe cially comiIimenting the Morgan Hinfonl wedding party, was the crowning event of the many hand some and enjoyable pre-nuptial af fairs tendered this popular couple. Mrs Dugan's home was beautifully decorated in spring ilowers of every hue. The lace covered table had for its center piece a large "Jack Horner fie' that was ornamented with a miniature wedding party un der a rose twined arbor; around the base were tulle rosettes of rainbow tints, these rainbow tints were car ried out in the bon-bons and ices and cakes. The beauty of the table was further enhanced by silver bas kets of ilowers and silver candle- very happy afternoon was spent. Mrs. Kirhv Lann entertained the Seven Hand Kuchre Club Thursday afternoon. The meetings of this congenial coterie are always happy occasions and this was no exception. Handsome prizes were awarded and I ..!.. 1 .f,., .,..,.....1 .. U., close of a spirited game. At a recent meeting of the Ceme tery Association Mrs. James Dil- wcrth was made chairman of the lr- l)- u- Houston spent seyera committee appointed to restore the days in Jackgon thia week old cemetery. The undergrowth has been cleared and many and hand some memorials have been revealed. Mrs. Dilworth has found graves of j revolutionary heroes, and many, many of the makers of Aberdeen lie in this lovely hut neglected spot. Mr. John Morgan, of Memphis, spent several days last week the guest of Mrs. Napier. Decoration Day will he observed on Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The memorial address will be given by local orators and the music will be under- the supervision of Mrs. Napier. The procession will be formed at the monument and the inarch will be made to the soldiers "7 " iU1UKI ceuieiery. ah arebe pregent at the picnic that the A. give the M. S. C. campus on Mrs. Buxbauuf, of Memphis, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Abe Kubel. Misses Ellen Iiumpas. Mary F. Tuhb and Frances Mitchel went to day to Starkville, the vocational meeting for Hi-Y. girls. They ar chaperoned t3' Miss Nichols, who is at the head of the Hi-Y. association of our school. Ellen Bumpas will give a toast at the banquet Frida.v night. This happy party will also asked to take part in this ceremony that honors our southern heroes. The restoration and beautifying of this lallowed ground will be a labor of ove. There are few families in our midst who are not directly or indi rectly represented there. Here lie our Confederate dead, and this year when we go to honor them, walk about and read the old inscriptions and see the condition and resolve to I do this work that has been corn- Tuesday night Mesdames Fite and) "Sliced. Hudson were with a bridge given by i'.Jss Anne again complimented. Mrs. Fite and Mrs MeFarland. whose charming hospi tality is enjoyed and appreciated by all who are fortunate enough to be her guests. Tuesday afternoon Mrs. W. B. Walker gave a very lovely bridge party, complimenting Mrs (ieo. C. faine's attractive a n d popular guests, Mrs. Hudson and Mrs. Fite. The handsome rooms were fragrant Hudson were the honorees at a beautiful bridge party given Friday night by Mrs. Robert Paine. Mrs. Paine's hand some home was beautifully deco rated in pink roses. The lovely prize was won by Mrs. Wm. Paine, duplicates of which were given the honorees. Delicious refreshments were served. Mrs, Acker Rogers complimented Mrs. E. O. Sykes' guests, Mrs. Fair & M. cadets will W. girls on the college Saturday. 1 There's Real Pep in the Youn Men's Models of Yn nfo)n n- 11 Friends will be glad to know that Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Crosby will move from Texas and locate in Oko lona. Mrs. I 13. Minis and Miss Bessie Dortch have spent this week in Memphis, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Dortch. Miss Grace Watkins won first place in recitation at the northeast Missis sippi contest held at Amory last Friday. She was given a handsome gold medal. This is the gifted and attractive daughter -of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Watkins, and a pupil of Mrs. Robert McWilliams, whose pupils have won more medals than any other teacher in the south. Miss Watkins will go to Oxford next Fri day to enter the state contest. The kind which arouses the enthu siasm of every fellow who wants natty, good fitting, up-to-the-minute lines to his garments. And too, there's a softness to Ourlee Clothes which earns the admiration of men who know good tailoring. All in all, you've got to go some to equal Curlee Clothes in every particular. The new models in the new materials and colorings at ' the new low prices are here waiting: to be presented to you. Come and meet them. We are also agents for the following lines: Beacon, Steadfast, Freedman Shelby, Biltrite and several other shoes for men. American Girl, Beacon, Freedman Shelby, Red Goose and numerous other brand shoes for Ladies. And for the children we are the sole representative for the world famous, all leather RED GOOSE SHOE. We will consider it a great pleasure to show you through our stock night or day, rain or shine. ELIXSON'S BIG STORE. 12 I. I IS 'K M V O I I. K H. ABERDEEN'S GREATEST STORE. J. B. ELIXSON, PROPRIETOR, 1 OSS 9te FLORSHEIM SHOE r i 1 - ' rti IV t - , ""I i I i i 1 5 1 t n V il A - -II 4 3 f " 4 I' V f rJ ! ' I 1 i H r 1 4 1 j u tne man wno en Qy joys the finer, better things in life, The Flor sheim Shoe offers quality of unusual excellence and style that is pleasingly correct, at a cost that is low for the satisfaction received. The Florsheim "Parkway" -today's most popular style unusual value at Mims Style Shop Nationally Known Men's Wear. for the; man i WHO CARES Friend? have received invitations to the marriaee of Miss Pauline Sykes Harris, to Mr. Win II. Khett, on Saturday, April 29th, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at their home in Columhua, Miss. The U. D. C.'s arn requested to meet at Mrs li. (i. Kay'a on next Tuesday at 3 o'clock p. in. .Very important husiness i to he attended to and it is urgently requested that all memhers attend. Mrs. Donie Sykes Napier. Dr. G. Sykes and Granville Napier will go to Birmingham on Tuesday morn ing, lhey will meet Iriscillian Napier, Jr., who is returning from Marion Military Academy. They will spend several days in Birming ham hefore returning home. pp QL Got Got lT in. -iy 'VfW 7ic7uizz -Rut qWvf fuuv it rail Mrs. J. W. Lauderdale was out of town from Tuesday to Thursday last week, visiting her sister, Mrs. Nellie Stephenson, at Holly Springs. Misses Frances Euhanks, Grace Watkins. Annie B. Allen, Guy Cain. Joseph Walker go today to enter the State contests at Oxford. tot H A FI A il ie 1 11 Mra. Johnston, of Memphis, is the guest of Mrs. McWilliams. Mrs. Johnston is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Landers. Her mother was Miss Bert hitfield. Mrs. Johnston is receiving a warm wel come from many friends and rela tives. ,Mrs. VT. B. Walker and Mrs. Jas. M. Acker, Jr., and little Corinne Acker leave today for Columhus, to be present at the Harris-Rhett mar riage tomorrow. Little Corinne is to be the flower girl. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Sykes and Mrs. Conwell Shoupe will he guests at the Harris-Rhett wedding. They go from Columbus to Tusca loosa, where Eugene Sykes, Jr., is attending the University. , Presbyterian Church Rev. A. E. Grover of Aliceville, Ala., will preach next Sunday at 11 a. m. Come out and hear him. Miss Grace Watkins, daughter of W B.vWatkins of Aberdeen, is be ing congratulated as standing first on expression in the awards made in the high school meet at Amory last Friday. Work has been begun on gravel ing the road to the cemetery. 1 emp. Two Days, Wednesday and Thursday, ay 3rd and 4t (MATINEE WEDNESDAY.) ADMISSION, 15 and 30 CENTS. Seven Epochs of the WorlJ Wars." Dr. J. W. Tymlall condia'tiiu: tl.n Bible Study at the Christian ("him h Tuesday evening stated that lis--Seven epochs of the world war" :re set out in prophecies in the Scrip tures; that three of these epoeh li;t e matured and that the other four are evident in prophecy. Dr. Tnd all's wonderful familiarity with the Hihit and understanding of its types, fig ures and propheries is a luarval !,i the large crowds that have attend ed the revival services at the Chris tian Church the past two week- ..r more. He will preach tonight upon " The Seven Epochs of World Wars" and will show three of these epoch th.it are in the past were prophe-ded in Scriptures anuMhat the four tucuuif ate as surely foretold a- the three that are past. Dr. Tyndall's. sermon tonight will afford valuable food for the mental digestion of those who think and want to think. The preaching Ser vice begins at 7:1") p. m. Uett-r come early and get seats. M University of Mississippi Or chestra and Quartet Performance in CITY HALL, ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 8:15 p. m. GENERAL ADMISSION, 50 CENTS. Orchestra and Quartet to Give 4 Performance. A treat is in store for the mu-i -loving people of Aberdeen. Th Universitv of Miss. Orchestra and Quartet will give a performance in the City Hall Friday night, May ',. at :lo. This orche-tra anil quartet eave a similar performance in thi city last year and won encomium of praise from the lare crowd that greeted its appearance. Ollicials of the local Alumni will entertain the members of the asso ciation in their homes during their stay in the city, and will entertiin with an informal reception and dance at the Elks Home immedi ately after the performance, honor ing their visit to the city. WANTED A Second hand small Iron Safe. Apply at Weekly Office. FOR SALE CHEAP. Several Blue Ribbon Jersey Heifers. Dropped in 1920. None finer, all registered. Buy and you will make no mistake. Part cash. GEO. C. PAINE. FOR SALE. Certified Nancy Hall. Porto Rica Sweet Potato Slips. $2 per thou sand in 5.000 lots; S2.25 per thou sand in less shipments; $1.25 for 500, postage paid. April 20th de livery. Orders filled in order re ceived. Price at bed $2 per thou sand. M. A. TUCKER, Aberdeen, R. F. D., No. 2. Independent Thone. Mr. A. J. Brown will build m modern home on the lot facing the Methodist church on Quincy "t. WILL PASTURE STOCK in good prairie, six miles west of Aberdeen, at following prices : 75c per head per month; under I year olds, 50c per head per month. Plenty running water in pasture. Apply to A. J. ADAIR. Aberdeen, Route 5. &'2l-4t SPECIAL BARGAINS. FOR SALE. Five-room plastered House, good Barn and 3 acres of Land well fenced. Seven-room Residence with il acres, good Barn, Garage and tenant houses, all under hog tight fence. Fifty acres Black Prairie Land on rock road with new house, barn, fenced and cross fenced. Several well located Houses. See WISHART REALTY CO., Aberdeen,