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THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH
COLUMBUS, MISSSUTI WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1922. pre LIBERTY v I Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shelton, who live near Millport, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. T. W. Youngblood. Miss Florence Duncan entertained a number of her friends with a party on Wednesday night. . Among: the business visitors at Miliport, last week, were Messrs. T. W. Youngblood, Raymond Guin, II. G. Carpenter and Frederick Smith. Professor and Mrs. J. L. Woodward are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine little daughter in their home. Mrs. Silas Fields visited relatives near Millport last week. Mrs. E. F. Manning spent Saturday In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Atkins. Rev. and Mrs. G. B. Taylor and Mrs. Hattie Redus spent Wednesday very pleasantly in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Atkins. Messrs. Maurice and Russell Bell, who are attending the Liberty High School, spent the week-end with their parents in E'thelville. Mr. Paul Redus and Bister, Miss SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION tledford't Elack-Dracgtt Highly Recommended bj a Tennessee Grocer for Troubles Re ! salting from Torpid ! Lirer. East NashTllls, Tonn. Th effle lency of Toedford'S Black-Draught, tht genuine, herb, liver medicine, li Touched for by Mr. W. N. Parsoni, ft rroeer of this city. "It la without doubt the best liver medicine, and I don't believe I could set along without It I take It for aour stomach, head ache, bad liver, indigestion, and all other troubles that are the result of a torpid liver. "I have known and used it for years, and can and do highly recommend it to every one. I won't go to bed with out it in the house. It will do all it claims to do, I can't say enough for It" Many other men and women through out the country have found Black Draught Just as Mr Parsons describes valuable in regulating the liver to Its normal functions, and in cleansing the bowels of Impurities. Thedford's Black-Draught liver medi cine Is the original and only genuine. Accept no imitations or substitutes, Always ask for Thedlord's. r Rub-My-Tism, antiseptic and pain killer, for infected sores, tetter, sprains, neuralgia, rheumatism. FURS! FURS! i-LfKSl I am now paying big prices for raw furs. V. M. HIGGINS Columbus, Miss. Norma, students in the Liberty High School, spent the last week-end at home. Mrs. L. D. Atkins and little son, Ililman, spent Friday very pleasantly with Mrs. J. P. Atkins. Mrs. Thomas Coons has been very sick, but has improved some. Her mother, Mrs. Ruffin, has been staying at her bedside during her illness. Mr. J. P. Atkins made a business trip to Melbourne last Friday. Gladys, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud McDill, died of pneu monia last Monday. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the lonely parents. Miss Annie Mae Jaynes, who was so unfortunate a short time ago as to suffer the fracture of one of her lower limbs, is rapidly recovering. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Joyner and Miss Elizabeth Joyner visited Mr. and Mrs A. V. Gibson, of the Forrest section, Sunday. The teachers of the Liberty S:hool had an excellent program on Wash ington's Birthday. At the conclusion nf tho -Tiroo-ram. an impressive talk was made by the-Rev. G. B. Taylor. A number of visitors were present. Miss Juanita Cooper, who has been seriously ill of pneumonia, is rapidly recovering. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Atkins and lit tle daughters, Oleta and Muriel, spent Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Hattie Redus. The grim messenger of death vis- lited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rickman, last week, and robbed them of their baby. Messrs. Cecil and Homer Atkins and two of their friends from Colum bus were visitors in this community one day last week. It has been several years since I wrote to the Dispatch and tho I'm not a very gifted writer, I'm back to tell the news for Liberty again. Won der how many will recognize me. The health of our community has been excellent this winter until now. We are. sorry to hear of several be ing sick. v Miss Jaunita Cooper is very sick with penumonia. We hope she will soon be well and back at school again. The little son of Prof, and Mrs. L. L. Self is on the sick list. We wish for him an early recovery. The boys of Liberty were very much dissapointed because Mt. Ver non failed to come to play basket ball Friday afternoon. Altho they got up a team of school boys to play the high school boys and they did them about what they expected to do. Mt. Vernon won about 20 points. They expect to go to Carrollton next Friday for a game. Mrs. Fenton Smith and little daugh ter, Margie, of Birmingham, are visit ing relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. H. Williams and child ren visited relatives here recently. Mr. William Watkins made a busi ness trip to Millport Friday. Messrs. T. W. Youngblood, R. A. Dowdle and Miles Wright attended conference at Tuscaloosa last week. Mr. Frank Wright who has been working in Columbus for some time is at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wright. Messrs. T. W. Youngblood, Louif Atkins and Daniel Youngblood made i s 1 1 O i . . a business irip 10 i-oiumuus, Saturday. Messrs. Fred Smith, Orin Randall and Clayton Atkins were out joy-rid ing Sunday afternoon. Mr. Coleman Patrick motored to Columbus, Saturday. Mrs. R. II. Duncan and daughter, Miss Florra, visited Mrs. R. D. Cooper, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Louis Atkins ami little son, Hilmon, spent Saturday very pleas antly in the home of her mother, Mrs T. W. Youngblood. After a pleasant call on Miss Alice Croll, one of the Liberty school teachers, Messrs. Winston Dowdle MARCH Back to Nature With spring in the air, many people are inclined to think that the indoor reading- months are past. Nevertheless we have Books for the Golfer, the Automobilist, the Ten nis Player, the Hiker, the Camper, the Swimmer, the Fisherman, the professional and amateur gardener. Huy a Hook a Week Books Make Your Outdoor Life More Enjoyable. DIVELBISS Columbus, Miss. and Fred Smith found that some of the boys had had their fun taking the wheels olT of Mr. Dowdle'B buggy and the saddle off of Mr. Smith's horse, Several of the boys of this com munity were out bird hunting Satur day. Miss Annie Mae Jaynes had the misfortune of getting her leg broke recently. We hope she will soon re cover. Mr. R. A. Dowdle made a trip to Co Jumbus for the purpose of furnishing his store last week. Mr. Okley Atkins spent Saturday ! night in the home of hia sister, Mrs. E. F. Manning. Mr. J. P. Atkins had a misfortune of losing a fine milk cow last weke. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Swartz and baby of Bell's mill, visited in the home of the Iatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McReynolds, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Fergerson and sons, Price and Molloy, spent the day in the home of Mr. Will McReynolds, Saturday. Mr. F. W. Youngblod will soon be ready to move his saw mill. Mrs. Sallie Land and son, Madison, visited her sister, Mrs. Hamby, Sat urday. We are glad to note that Dr. G. E. Spmill is able to do some practice again. Mr. I. C. Atkins visited his mother, Mrs. Hattie Redus, Saturday, and was sorry to find her sick. We hope she will soon be well again. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Lacy made a trip to Columbus recently. Mr. Frank Wright spent Thursday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Murray McManus. , Mrs. Mamie Taggart spent one day last week with Mrs. R. D. Cooper. Mrs. Lacy and daughter, Miss Par- nc, wno nave been staying in the home of Mr. D. M. Lacy for some time have returned to their home in Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Clemmons visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Logan Sat urday night. Mrs. D. M. Lacy spent Friday with her sister, Mrs. J. H. Duncan. Miss Lillie Bell Jaynes spent sev eral days last week with Miss Annie Mae Janes. Mr. Jim Coons was a visitor in Mill port last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. asser spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holloman. Mr. Murray McManus transacted business in Millport one day last week. Miss Laudice McCulIdugh spent the past week with Miss Mary Stokes. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Foster spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Stokes recently. Prof, and Mrs. Lee Kellum spent last Sunday with Prof, and Mrs. James T. Smith. Mr. T. W. Youngblood and son, Daniel, attended the quarterly meet ing at Forrest last Sunday. Prof. L. L. Self and Misses Moy zelle Boyette and Alice Croll motor ed to Columbus, Saturday. , Misses Irene Hodge and Lizzie Manning visited Miss Jaunita Cooper Saturday afternoon. The young people enjoyed a sing ing in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Youngblood, Sundav afternoon. Mr. J. W. Eeds visited Mr. T. T. Joyner, Saturday. Miss Lizzie Joyner was shopping in Columbus, Saturday. Messrs. Wright and Bonus of Bir mingham, spent Wednesday night in the home of Mr. J. W. rerguson. Little Mildred Bonnet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bemiet has been on the sick list. Prof, and Mis. L. I Self and little son, Roy, Jr., was pleasant visitors in the hime of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Joy ner, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Davidson are rejoicing over the arrival of a little daughter. May she ever be a source of pleasure to her parents and brothers. Dr. W. S. Bell spent Thursday aft ernoon with Mr. T. T. Joyner. Mrs. (!len Redus and little son spent several days last week with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Shelton. Miss Ella Thornbrough spent sev eral days with Miss Vesta Eeds, rec ently. Mr. Jim Sansing is visiting Mr. and Mrs. MiUhel Joyner. Rev. L. N. Hartsficld filled his reg ular appointment at Andrew Chapel, tended the service and enjoyed the Sunday morning. A large crowd at sermon. Mr. and Mrs. William Watkins spent Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vassar. The Epworth League at Liberty, Sunday niht. was conducted by Mr. Osie Smith. The service was opened by several songs, conducted by Prof. T. A. Cole. Some good reading and talks were made by Prof. Lee Kellum. Messrs. T. W. Youngblood. Edward Brown, Miles Wright and Misses Flora Redus and Mabon Spruille. Several sintaine prayers were rendered and a s-pctial sorg by T. V. Youngblood. Profs. Lee Kelium and T. A. Cole and Miss Irene Hodge. A large crowd at-' tended and all seemed to enjoy the serv ice.. I We are proud to say we have young j people who w ill nard up for the right jiid do anything they are called on to do in public for good and also we 'are glad to know that while at Dis trict Conference nt Tupscaloosa li iwei k. Mr. Miles Wright got license to 'preach. Three men. two of this cum jmunity and another formerly of this, ! community have been licensed to (preach in tine year's lime. Where is FAYETTE, ALA. Route One OAK RIDGE Mr. William Roberts and family spent the day very pleasantly last Sunday in the home of Mr. W. A. Shepherd. A good sermon was delivered last Sunday morning at the Pilgrims' Rest Church by the Rev. Frank Wilson. Misses Ada and Ressie Shepherd were guests of Misses Jessie and Alice Freeman last Sunday afternoon. Miss Zeller and Mr. Launthus Hughes were there also. Mr. Thurston Home and Mr. Bud Foster spent last Sunday afternoon very pleasantly with Mr. Burrol Shepherd. Mr. Monroe Shepherd and family were guests of Mr. Vandiver Porter and wife a few days ago. The party at Mr. Lee Plyler's, a few nights ago, was very much enjoyed by a large crowd. Misses Dollie and Amy Foster were recent guests of Miss Bessie Plyler. Miss Arline Shepherd spent Sunday with Miss Elizabeth Plyler. Mr. Clinton Alexander and family were guests of Mr, D. Belk the last week-end. Mr. Clinton Livingston and family spent Sunday night with Mr. Delbcrt Freeman and family. The singing at Mr. Bud Cooper's on last Sunday night was greatly en joyed by a large crowd. Mrs. Lora Shepherd and her two little children spent Tuesday after noon with Mrs. Leller Shepherd. Mrs. Delia Freeman was a guest of Mrs. Maude Owens on Friday. Mrs. Leller Shepherd and little son spent Friday with Mr. Bud Owens and family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Freeman and Mrs. Nancy Owens and little Leonard Shepherd spent Tuesday in Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Atkins spent Monday night at Mr. S. R. Owens' home. We regret to learn that Mr. Chas. Andrews and family have moved out of this community. They are now living on Mr. Lee Plyler's place. We Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Foster spent day in J. 0,u,nbuls- Mr. J. M. Vaughan was a business visitor in Columbus a few days ago. Miss Mattie Lee Vaughan was a guest of Mrs. Willium Parker on Monday. Mr. Hunter Jcrnigan was a business visitor in Columbus a few days ago. Mr. James Simpson was a recent business visitor in Columbus. Mr. R. D. Wiggins was among the business visitors in Columbus Monday. Mr. Roy Eggcr was a recent busi ness visitor in Columbus. Mr. Herman Egger passed through our section, Monday, with his pea thresher. Mr. Egger has threshed a number of crops of peas lately. Mr, Frank Rye is busily engaged on his saw mill near Kolola Springs. He hopes to have his mill ready to saw up the timber in a short time. We are greatly pleased to hear that Mrs. Samuel Honnoll is rapidly re gaining her strength, and we hope to see her out soon. Mrs. Honnoll is pleasantly remembered as Miss Flor ence Andrews, daughter of Mr. ,and Mrs. D. B. Andrews, of this section. Mr. L. B. Lawrence was a business visitor in the Prairie section Tuesday. Hon. J. A. Dale has returned from Meridian, where he went last week to attend the Masonic Grand Lodge. Mrs. Zack Ellis, of West Point, was a guest, Tuesday, oti Mrs. Clarenc Dale. . Dupree .Wood and Elsie Honnoll were recent visitors in the beautiful city of Aberdeen. The many friends of Mr. Thomas Jones and family will be glad to know ' that they are moving back to this sec tion from Pickens County. Mr. J. II. Propst and Mr. C. M. Reeves, of Columbus, were Caledonia visitors on Wednesday. Mr. J. M. Connor, of the Border Springs community, was a business visitor in CaledoniaWednesday. Mr. Samuel Dale and family and Mrs. Zack Ellis spent Thursday with relatives in the Flint Hill section. Dr. Emmett M. Jamieson was a business visitor in Columbus Friday. Mr. Jefferson Andrews spent Fri- Thursday in Fayette. Mr. Victor Freeman and Mr. Felts Shepherd made a business trip to Kennedy, Ala., Friday. Messrs. Henry and Vandiver Porter made a business trip to Fayette, Ala., Saturday. Mr. Vandiver Porter and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday night at tho home of Mr. W. A. Shepherd. Mrs. Leller Shepherd and children were recent guests of Mr. Harvey Livingston and family. Mr. S. R. Owens and Mr. Clinton Livingston made a business trip to Kennedy, Ala., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Porter visited Mr. O. II. White and family, a few days ago, at Fayette, Ala." Miss Kathryn and Miss Dollie Belk and Mrs. Vena Belk spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. W. H. Porter and family. Mrs. Minnie Porter was the guest of her mother, Miu. Lou Foster, on Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Davis have re turned from a visit with relatives at j Coven, Ala. Miss Retta Mae Shepherd was a re cent guest of her sister, Mrs. Porter. Mr. William Adman made a busi ness trip to Belk, Ala., Saturday. JENNIE JUNE. Mr. Thomas Lavender spent Friday in Aberdeen. Gulf States Steel Company's Stand ard Wire and nails $3.25 base per keg. . f Complete stock of wire fencing. Jus; received car of Shelcote roofing; all grades. . : J 5- Get my prices and save money. THOS. J.LOCKE Wholesale Grocer FERNBANK Messrs. Tom Cash, D. W. Cunning ham, Mrs. D. W. Cunningham and Mrs. C. Robertson spent Friday in Columbus. i ' Mr. J. Seay sent the week-end visiting relatives in Birmingham. Mr. C. A. Crimm spent one day in Columbus attending business this week. . Messrs. John, and Jeff Blanton spent Wednesday at Millport. Mrs. H. H. Fleming spent Thursday at Millport. , ' Mr. P. G. Hodo spent several dayi of the week at Greenwood Springs. Dr. M. R. Seay spent a couple of Mr. and Mrs. James Wood and lit-'days at Vernon early in the week tie son, of "Splivinsville, were vis iting relatives in this section Satur day and Sunday. 'We are very glad to have Mrs. S. Honnoll back to her home in the Cal- 'edonia section, after an absence of three weeks at the Columbus Hospital, where she underwent a serious opera tion. She stood the ordeal fine, and is on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hartness and little son, of Starkville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Andrews, of the Oak Ridge section, Saturday and Sunday. . Miss Sdma Dale, one of the bright students of the Mississippi State Col lege for Women, of Columbus, was the week-end guest of her parents in the Caledonia section. The fine party given in the home of Mr. Wilson Partain, Friday night, was very much enjoyed by all those present. 1 t If any man or woman in this sec tion is desirous of subscribing for the Columbus Dispatch, the best paper in the South, or if any person wishes to renew their subscription, please let mc act as agent. I will certainly ap preciate your kindness. TEMPEST. A PRESENT HIXP The writer: Listen, old ixnn, can you loan me a ten spot? I don't get my salary until tomorrow. The artist: Sorry, old top, but I haven't a nickel. I got mini yesterday. NEWS TO US Atty-Gcn. Dougherty says that there has been a heavy reduction in rents throughout the country. But folks in these parts will not believe the rumor until they read it in the Commercial and the Dispatch both. Mr. Earl Crimm was a visitor at Millport Saturday. Misses Maud Hall and Velma Dod son, our teachers, left for their homes at Oordo and Covin Wednes day. They made many friends while here who regret to give them up. Miss Effie May Hicks 4s visiting Mrs. L. L. Jones near Covin this week. U Judge , and Mrs. Tom' Mattox, of Vernon, were week-end visitors of Dr. and Mrs. M. R. Seay. Miss Mary Ussery is visiting her cousin, Miss Reba Ussery, for sev eral days. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Crimm and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Early Crimm, Sunday. Dr. G. S. Barksdale was called to Millport Saturday on professional business. Mrs. Joe Tomlin and children of near Vernon spent Wednesday night with her mother, Mrs. G. A. Kemp. Mr. W. A. Richman spent Thuis day in Columbus, Dr. M R. Seay wsa called to Berry Sunday to see the aged father of Mrs. Seay, who has blood-poison from a small splinter under his finger nail a few days ago. ' Good-bye' kisses are taboo in Chi cago railway stations because they delay trains. They figure a kiss is as good as a mile. Life. 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