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HOULKA LOCAL HEWS
J. E, Savely of Sabougla is visit ; 4 frit-ads and relatives here this v tx k. Messrs Walker and Alexander were up from Houston Sunday. Miss Grace Brown of C-ershorm visited her grandparents the latter part of last week. Miss Lucile re turning faoire with her. Wade Easley is visiting relatives ia Calhoun this week. J. A. Shields made a trip to Troy Sunday. Mrs. Donelson of Oakland is visiting in the home of C. B. Buch anan. Mrs. W. C. Walker and son Oscar made a trip to Houston Friday. Messrs Bryan Lantrip and Win fred Reid. who have been attending school at Blue Mountain were in this city Thursday enroute home near Sarepta. Mr. Palmer of Paducah, Ky is in this city looking after business in terests here. Mr. Rush Knox of Houston was in town the latter part of last week Dr Kilby was up on professional business Friday last. The post office was moved into its new quarters, the old Hummer office last Friday. C. N. Thorn made a business trip to Pittsboro last week. Mr Curt Moffatt of Houston was in Houlka Friday. Mr Thad Whitworth and family of Randolph were the guests of S. M: Freeman the first of the week. Miss Annie Lee Haney is visiting her brother Mr Ernest Haney of New Albany. Mr R S Robinson of Paducah, Ky., is in town looking after busi ness interests. Mr Chales Neely made ss trip to Houston Saturday. Mr JefT Busby of Houston was in town latter part of last week. Now is the time to have your summer suits cleaned for present use and your winter suits for future use. Send them to W L Towery. The progressive citizens of this city want to make July 4th a BIG DAY for the town What about it, people tell us you thinks on this question T It would be fine to have a big day, so why not get busy and FIX things now. Invite the candi datesput on some contests and gixe a few prizes. How about it, NOW? The convicts west of Houlka are making better roads every day. Placesthat have been hub deep with mud andslosh are now FIXED for business. Supervisor Boyd is determined to DO good work for the county while he has men to do it Non-Resident Notice. State of Mississippi, Chickasaw County: To Sarah Love, Defendant: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of Chick asaw County, First District, in the said State, on the Fourth Monday of May, A. D., 1915, to defend the suit in said Court of Miles Love, wherein you are defendant. Witness my hand as Clerk, with the seal of said Court hereto affix ed, this the 12th day of April, A. D. 1915. H E. Brannon, Clerk. HOLINESS MEETING. Will begin Saturday night. May 28th, under large Tent on the Col lins lot fronting sidewalk leading west. Preaching in charge of I. D. Farmer and W P Jav, with others as they shall come. There will be street meetings on Saturdays. This meeting will be interdenominational free to all You are invited. I. D. Farmer. Baxter N. Knox Attorney-at-Law Office over Tabb Bros., Drug Store HOUSTON. MISSISSIPPI r ll THE BANK OF HOULKA goes under The New Banking Guarantee. They have complied with the State Law of Banking and have sent to Jackson a large guar antee fund of hard cash. The people know that they do not need to comply with any new law because their integrity and their record as bank ers for this section cannot be questioned, but since it is a law to go under the guarantee they do so for the sake of the legislature's will. Every body knows that the BANK OF HOULKA would and has made good under any condi tionsLaw or no Law. C. S. VAT-JN Uatchrnakcr, Jcvcler and Engraver . louston, - - Mississippi At E. F. Wilton & Co. Drug Store - Rev. E. E. Thcrctcn to Held "A Cc unity Conference" with thellcunt Olive Church. Plense put the following program in your paper, and come, go with me the 5th Sunday in this month, and I will introduce you to what I hope to make a great Com munity Builder in Chickasaw county. PROGRAM. A Community Conference will be held with Mount Olive church, seven miles south of Okolono, on the 5th Sunday, the 30th inst., beginning at 10 a. m., and continu ing to 4 p. m. The singing will be conducted by Mrs. E. M. Sullivan and the singers of the Community, assisted by Prof. G. D. Riley and Mrs. E. E. Thornton. Papers will be prepared and read by young people of the neigborhood on the following subjects. 1. The best element for constructive community life. 2. How to vitalize community life through the young people. 3. The Sunday school as a working factor in Com munity Organization, Co-operation and Development. 4. What women can do for Community Union, Co operation and Development. The following parties have been asked to speak on: "The Country Church The type needed to meet exist ing conditions The agencies that should be employed to write religious interest, and promote community morals." I. V. Aberneth. "The past, present, and possible future position to the country church in constructive community work as a builder of character for world workers, both MEN and WOMEN."-E. E. Thornton. "How to finance a Country Church." S. R. Haughton. "The Country school as a Community center, from which should radiate a vitalizing power to everv Com munity" Interest." G. D, Riley. CHICKASAW COUNTY AGRICUL TURAL HIGH SCHOOL. Tuesday Evening, May 25. Eight O'clock. PROGRAM: Welcome Song "Who Made the Speech" Recitation Song Song Play Recitation Dialogue Play Pantomine Song Play Pantomine Margaret Freeman Hoop Drill Topsy Turvey Rag Pickers "Bunch of Roses" "He Said an Awful Thing' Gondine Freeman "Rastus Visits the President Indian Drill - - - "Economical Boomerang" "Comin' Thro' the Rye "What d' ye Mean, You Lost Your Dog'' "Jumbo Jum" "The Last Rose of Summer" Admission 10 and 20 cents. Non-ResUient Notice, State of Mississippi, Ch!ckasaw County. To Mrs. Chas. B, Williams, Mrs. R. P. Williams, Dr. William Mcin tosh, Miss Annie Mcintosh and Mrs. Ella Dickinson, defendants: You are hereby commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the First Judicial District of Chickasaw County, in said State, on the Fourth Monday of May, 1915, then and there to plead, answer or demur to the suit of Mrs. Minnie Mcintosh Walker e' al., wherein you are defendants. Given under my hand and official seal, this the 15th day of April 1915. II E. Brannon. Chancery Clerk. Quarantine Notice. Slate of Misi.v-ippi, Chickasaw County, Ordered by the Board of Super visors of said County that all pastures including land in Chicka saw County, Mississippi, and also including land in the same pasture across the line in adjoining counties, is hereby declared to be quaran ed, and no cattle shall move from such pasture unless in compliance with the laws and regulations of the live stock sanitary Board of the State of Mississippi. That the Clerk shall publish this order in paper in cun-ty. This the 6th day of May, 1915. D. D. Dendy, President The Turner Barber Shop de of Square. Solicits a Liberal Share of Patronage and Best of Service at Old Time Prices. Hot and Cold Baths. 'timer, Froprictor Wednesday Evening, May 26. Eight O'clock. PROGRAM: Processional Salutatorian - - - - Charles Westbrook Music Declamation Ellis Pulliam Music Reading Zona Lynn Valedictorian .... Earle Hamilton Presentation of Diplomas Duet ... Ruth Parker and Louise Brand Play Mr. Bob Senior Class Non-Resident Notice. State of Mississippi, Chickasaw County. To T M Harris Defendant: You are hereby commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the first judicial district of Chick asaw county, in said State, on the Fourth Monday of May, 1915, then and there to plead, answeror demur to Bill for divor-e filed in said Court by Mrs W D Harris wherein you are defendant. . . Witness my signature, this the 16th day of April, 1915. H. E. Brannon. clerk. Contractor's Notice. State of Mississippi, Chickasaw County. Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Chickasaw county, Miss., will receive s ;aled bids up until 12 o'clock, noon, on Monday, June the 7th, 1915, at the Court house in the ""ity of Okolona, for the construction of the following bridges: One 20 foot steel bridge on Fuller rood near Cain Creek. One 60 foot steel bridge on County Line road across Big Tubby. One 36 foot steel bridge on County Line, road across Little Tubby. One 30 foot steel bridge on Bab bitt road across Red Bud Creek. One 30 foot steel bridge on Bab bitt road across ditch on pike. One 16 foot steel bridge on Bab bitt road across ditch on pike. One 90 foot steel bridge on Bab bitt road across Walker creek. One 45 foot steel bridge on Wood land and Congress road across Cain creek. ATI to be built according to plans and specifications on file with the Chancery Clerk in Houston, Miss. The Board to let the contract to the lowest responsible bidder but re serves the right to reject any and all bids. Each bid must be accom panied with a certified check for $500.00. Witness my signature this the 7th day of May 1915. H. E. Brannon, Clerk. Nob- Resident Notice. The State of Mississippi Chickasaw County. To Lora Hightower and William A. Tittle, whose post-office address is Memphis, Tennessee: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the first district of Chickasaw County, in said State, on the fourth Mon day in May, 1915, then and there to demur, plead or answer to bill for partition filed in said Court by J R Williams wherein you re de- ants. Witness my signature, this the 24th day of April. A. D. 1913. H. E. Brannon, Clerk. Registration Notice. I will be at the following named places on the days and dates given below for the purpose of registering such persons as may not be on the registration books: New Hope Thursday, May 20 Van Vleet Friday, May 21 Houlka Saturday, May 22 Beeson Monday, May 24 Pleasant Grove Tuesday, May 25 Atlanta Wednesday May 26 Woodland Thursday, May 27 Sparta Friday, May 28 McCondy Saturday, May 29 Bwena Vista Monday, May 31 Egpyt Tuesday, June 1st Okolona Wednesday, May 2nd Joe L. Davis Registrator. - FOR THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR T E II V O T E S IN THE ON TO FRISCO TRIP CONTEST. Vote as many as you can secure from The Hummer readers. Chickasaw County Contest Only. These Coupons are not for sale. Non-Resident Notice. The State of Mississippi, Chickasaw County. To William Davis, Defendant, Whose post office address is un known: . You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the First District of Chickasaw County in the said State, on the 4th Mon day in May A. D. 1915, to defend the suit in said County of Ella Davis, wherein you are Defendant. Witness my hand as Clerk, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this the 27th day of April A. D. 1915. H E Brannon, Clerk, by J C Williams. D. C. Series Kodak Albums. Neat Gray Mat Albums for Ko dak pictures 3 1-4x5 1-2 or smal ler. Postpaid Prices. Nos. 1, 6 to 12 pictures 10c, 3 for 25c. Nos. 2, 12 to 24 pictures 12c, 3 for 35c. En velopes for mailing lc, 10c dozen. La Moille Postcard Works. La Moille, 111. Notice, Kodak Work. I want to do your kodak finish ing. Special attention to mail or ders. Write for samples and price. W. L Hestant, Pittsboro, Miss. Non-Resident Notice. The State of Mississippi, Chickasaw County. To Alonzo Mitchell defendant. Whose post office address is Monroe. La. You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the First Distirct of Chickasaw County, in the said State, on the 4th Monday of May A. D., 1915, to defend the suit in said Court of Willie Mitchell, wherein you are De fendant. Witness my hand as Clerk, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this the 27th day of AprM A. D. 1915. H. E. Brannon, Clerk, by J C Williams, D. C. Service, Quality. Produce. Flour. Coffee. Suteyu. Grand-Dame. Heats. Fruits. Courtesy. Promptness. W. L. Towery. Houlka, Mississippi "Write Me Today." I bny and sell Lands, and Ex change Merchandise for lands. W . H. GRIFFIN P. O. Box 145 Houlka, Miss. Potato s for Sale. All kinds of Potatoes Plants for Sale. W. T. TUEKER Ckoloni Street East of Depot.