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IVhats the Hatter with Hannah f .gesa:: .ri''rlWL7 Prices Good- Business???? Collections???? An Interesting Reminiscence. Continued from page two. lating until we reached the Patasco river, where we pass- El ed over the bridge without being seen by the guard stand- I ing at the end, whistling merrily. From here we went on I by way Frederick to Harper's Ferry. i We did one mean trick over in Maryland, near tne I Potomac, which I regret, but it could not be avoided at that time. We broke into some gentleman s spring nouse, Wake Up! Cotton 12 l-2c and going. Whats the matter with us? Give us a little more "Pep" Mr. Professor. We are going to make a stir or break a trace. We all need a little more energy and enthusiasm. Surely the present price will prove a good injector. Gee! But NOW is the best time in the world to pay up that old account and buy a new outfit. Get the "LOOKS GOOD TO ME" en velopes and receive your part of the big CASH dividend that we are giv ing. You get one of these with each $1.00 paid on account, or with each $1.00 cash purchase prior to Oct. 20th. Other people are getting theirs, and you can get yours. First, get the determination and then you will get the envelopes. DO IT. There is a future to it. The customer that gets his cash dividends will leave evidence of prompt pay, and this will be valuable asset in the future. If you want to be happy and prosperous, get the "Looks Good To Me" envelopes. See us before Oct. 20th. Messrs Tom Brown and J. F. Thompson left for a trip to Memphis Monday. Mi&s Mary A!le Green departed for Mantee where she teaches music the eomming session. High School Notes. School is still progressing nicely. Pupils are gradually coining in. Houston Hardware & Furniture Company. Houston, Mississippi We are dart to see Miss Walker's appropriated a little piece of veal and some milk and but- expressj0n class still increasing, ter, for all of which we ask his pardon. If he was a good she delighted the school Wednes- I 'rebel, as he should have been, it was allright; otherwise, we don t care a cent. We reached the Potomac, just above Harper's Ferry, ' before midnight, and with a stick to feel our way were soon on Virginia soil. We called at a house close by, and P'gnt something to eat, and continued towards Charlestown. Before reaching Charlestown we lay over one Sunday with a family, who gave us directions how to proceed. We found that Charlestown was occupied by United States cavalry, with their outpost about three or four miles on the road to Front Royal. We kept clfar of the road till we passed the outpost, then took the road and reached White Post, just after day, got breakfast and pro- (jceeded on our way to Front Royal. ' About a mile before reaching the latter place we met citizens running out, saying that tiie Yankees were com ?ling in on the Culpeper road. Hovvevor, we went on to Itown, and learned that there was a little raid on the Cul- peper road, so we turned our course up the Luray valley to Luray Courthouse, where we met the First Confederate Cavalry. We put tip at a hotel, where a generous caval ryman paid our bill. The next morning we got transpor tation on the stage to Culpeper, and stayed over night, and the next day went down to Orange Courthouse where we found the noble old 11th Mississippi, with a few of Company II. on hand. W. D. REID. day morning with a reading. The tennis outfit has come and they have begun practicing. Modena Savely. Jodie Thomas. Madge and Dight Phillips have been giving Mr. Weaver to many call here of late. We wonder why? We are relieved, that tests aie over. Misses Martin and Walker are going to give a recital in about two weeks. The Patrons-Teaching meeting will be organized at School Hall next Tuesdjy Oct. 13th, 4 p. m. Every patron or friend of the school is invited. Rev. Langley, Methodist pastor, conducted devotional exercises Tuesday morning. The school is steadily climbing under its corp of effieent teachers. We have this session the best school in the history of the town and we feel sure that it will continue to improve as we have the best "Weaver" in the state and good assistants in preparing the web for the town. Non-Resident Notice. Post TRUSTKE'S SALE, By virtue of the authority conferred upon me, ly a certain Deed of Trust ex ecuted by J. I Johnson md wife Mrs. Kate Johnson, on the 28.1idy of Novem ber, 11113, to set ure tin indebtedness to HOULKA LOCAL EWS Trustee's Sale. j I, J A Powell, Trustee, under the j State of Mississippi, provisions of and by virtue of the Chickasaw County, authority conferred upon me in a j0 jlln puijami whose deed of trust made by .L. A. Fitz- oflice Address is unknown: patrick, Jr., tome as trustee, to You are commanded to appear Mrs. Minnie V. Hill, then in named, mid secure a certain indebtedness to before the Chancery Court of the wherein I was made Trustee, and which Jess Bell, on the 29th day of April : First jlui(.ju District of Chickasaw 1915, and which said deed of trust County, in said state, on the first is recorded in Book No. 10;, on Monday of November, 1915, to de- page 003 in the Chancery Clerk's rell( t,e smt jn sajj Court of Lucy office of Chickasaw County Missis-; Anderson, wherein you are dei'end sippi, will on I ant. Saturday ths 9th day of October j witness my hand and official 1915, in front of the South door of j seal at oflice in the Town of Hous- the Court House in the Town of ton, Miss., this the 21th day of Houston, Mississippi, offer for sale August, 1915, and sell at public auction to the, H. E. Brannon, highest bidder, during legal hours, J Chancery Clerk. the following described lands situ- j ated in the county .of Chickasaw,! Mississippi, to-wit: ; . The N. E. 1-4 and the N. W. 1-4 Non-Resident Notice, of Sec. 29, T. 12, K. 1; the N. W. 1-4 and 19 acres off the West side of State of Mississippi, the N, E. 1-4 of Sec, 28, T. 12, R. 3; Chickasaw County, the N. E. 1-4 of Sec. ol), T. 12, K. 3, First Judicial District. less 10 acres in the torm ot a rectangle 30 chains and 89 links INonn ana 30UUI UIIU c.uiiua aim - , , , Fa ,vin4 F,l f .hfi H.ui.Hlun and Pon- K D 1 VCV Ul U1C 1UW11 Ul IIUUBU'U, ...-r, - llir said Deed (it trust is amy recon.eu in the Chancery CI Tk's ollire of Chickasaw 'County, V,issis.M pi, in Iced Book 110, Ptige 3HS, and said Deed of Trust tieinn transferred to V,. L. Hill, on the 1 1th day of April 11114, and default having been made in the payment of said indebted ness, when due, and I having been re ; quested, so ,to do, by the beneficiary therein, I will on the 1st Monday and the Is'. Day of ' Notember 1915 within legal hours, at the East Door of the Court House, in the Town of Houston, . Chieksaw County, Mississippi, otier for ' sale, end sell to the highest ladder for cash, the following discrilied property in Chickasaw County to-wit: All thr.t por tion of 80 ai res on the South Side of the North 1-2 of Section 32, Township 1.1 1 Range 3 East, lying East of the Hniston : nnd Pontotoc road, and all that portion ul To all persons having or claim-1 40 ai.res on tne N(irtn s;(e f ,,e South ing any interest in Lot 98, Griffin half of Section 32, Township 13, Range 3, Mrs K C Kirby returned home Miss Mary Helle Martin and Sunday after a two weeks visit to Melon Towery accompanied Miss her mother and sister in South Ruby Logan to her home at Hohen- MissNsippi. Dr Philpot, Dr and Mrs Dan Johnson were up from Houston Sunday. Miss Pernie Rackley from Troy is visiting Shields. her sister, Mrs Jim linden Saturday and returned Sun day. Mrs E M Sadler of Okolona is the guest in the llarrill-Keed home. Miss Ruth Boyd is now at Ger shorm where she will teach this winter. Going out of Business. We will sell our entire stock of Goods at Cost. J. A. & A. Williams. Houlka, Miss. JURORS FOR CURCUIT COURT OCT. 11th. J 11 Warnick, G F Smith, Misses Lillie and Bertha Stacy Mrs Will T Johnson, Howard j W J Stacy, passed through Tuesday enroute to Johnson and Felix Williams of J F Gann 19 links East and West in NorthWest corner of the Norti East 1-4 of said Section 30; also all Honorabi Mississippi. You are commanded totiK- rood, all of said land lying and being between the Houston and Pontotoc road, tO appear ; H.,nti,ii dhH niinlnna ronri nnd sums that may be due as rent on before the Chancery Court of the ; b,.in. the land ,,nwnk.h the residence of said lands lor the year uio. County of Chickasaw, and the first i Dave Hill, colored, deceased, was located Witness my 'hand this the 8th distrkt thereof of State of Misflis. i at his death, being 30 acres more or less. uiiy oi jrinciiiuvi, J. A. Powell, Trustee. siypi, on the 1st Monday in Nov- ; ember, 1915, to defend th suit of PETITION FOR PARDON I the Ton of H;ustn. in Fori Rrowcr r.iivM-imr : lu column ami qu.u na iu.t Jackson Miss. Lot 98. under Section 549, of the Code of 1900, of said State, where The tittle to the above property is be lieved to be good, but I will only convey such title as is vested in me as Trustee. This the 28th day of September, A. D. 1915. H. L. Harrington, Trustee. .r . , " 1 i . i f we, (tuiunnersigneo citizens m , I the Firsl District of Chickasaw you are ueienuauts. ... . V , ,.c.t,-t.v n-titinn I This the 2nd day of Sept, vvvuiiiy, i in itaw iiuiij r i . and urge JVir Excellency to grant : a pardon tl Jim Porter, negro, now ! J Brannon serving a lit sentence for the mur-1 Chancery tlerk. dex of Rosalirown, a negress. Wej are satisfied lthat the negro hasj been amply Ainished for his crime. . Notice to Creditors u woo nvoV,i at the fictuher1 Notice is hereby given that I A. D. Non-Resident Notice. State of Mississippi, Chickasaw County. To J R Thomas, defendant, whose P. 0. address is Birmingham, Ala: ! You are hereby commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of i the First Judical District of said Houston were visitor in the Harrill Reed home a few days ago. Mu-s Ara Bollard was shopping in Pontotoc this week. Miss Mittie McAbee has returned after a very pleasant visit with re latives in Houston. Our popular milliner, Miss Fran ces Van Horn has Miss Willie Rose ', D B Allen, Mr Doc Freeman is now the 1 Kinley as her assistant this season, j J T Harris, salesman with W J Green & Son. Miss Lyon, of Toxish, is visiting Xr rT"' u and Mr J Seely Thompson is now I Mis, Mattle Brovvn this week M W hem.ault, u,,n, r. w NtMlnfield I W M Helms, v' " "". ... . ... if l.l ine t-uiior ot l ne ruiininer wouiu their schools at Shaw and Water Valley. . Miss Clara Morgan of Reid, was a Visitor in town Tuesday. Mrs Roie Kinley, net daughter. Miss Willie Rose, also MrsT J Ree der, will move from theii country home to Houlka sometime during tiie winter. JURORS FIRST WEEK. Frank Thompson J P Crosthwait. W A Winter, C M Kimball, Jim Holloday, Frank Millsays, bob Reeder, F C Montgomery, Bill Patterson J II Neal, S T DcLaslimenc, Thad Carroll, T L Armstrong, Jack Weaver, A D Harrington, E L Smith, J D Peden, J L Smith, R F brand, W E McKinnon, T J Collmrn. A L Colbert, W R Duncan, Miss Mattie Browa went to Pon totoc Tuesday and returned Wed nesday. Mr and Mrs Bob Marion and lit tle son were in Houlka Tuesday. Miss Jessie Patterson leaves Fri day for Columbus, as a delegate from the Young Peoples Society of the Presbyterian church. Mr G W Corder was in town Tuesday. Rev J M Westmoreland preached two excellent sermons at Corder Chapel last Sunday. Mrs John Stephens from Grase mont, Oklahoma, is visiting Mrs W S Ferguson, W J Pate, W P Marion. J I Ellison, Fred Brown, T W Foster ! deem it a great favor if notified of ; p m Brown, R E Terry, T M Pyron, any news items. Write or phone j j u HarriSi c S Neal, John dmith, I him. Tell him of visitors, of church j j & Hill, L C Hobson, J II Harden, ' and school work clubs, societies, g Pounds, J B Reid, J C Beasley. I etc. Everything that would be of j JURURS SEC()XD WEEK interest to the public. It would be j 1 appreciated. j L V Harrington, L L Thomas, ... . . . , 'JB Porter, 1 W bnllin, 1 i; Lorn, Miss An.ce Newell left for theT C N Ray, T M Naron. uetta ijauuuay wueie sue uca uy her duty as a teacher. Dr. Hood of Buckhorn stopped here the first of the week enroute to his home from Memphis. Mr. S. Stacy and daughter were shopping here Tuesday. It seems that Bob Atwell is try- H J Wilson. J R Thompson. W F Johnson; D H Crawford, A H Lowery, D LCowset, D R Whitt, Term, 1912, ofyhe Circuit Court of have been appointed as administra- County and State, on the First Chickasaw Co Jnty. There was only tor of estate of F. W. Buchanan, ! Monday in November 1915, to one person th, claimed to have deceased, and ail persons having ! answer the suit of 0 A Clinton been an eye wJness to the killing claims against his estate are re-j wherein you are defendant, and that was deceased' mother, quired to have the same probated j Witness my hand as Clerk this Jim has always been onsidered a ! and registered by the Clerk of the ! the 25th day of August, 1915, good hardworking negro, and we ' Chancery Court of the First Judic- II E Brannon. Clerk understand has made a model pris-' ial District of Chickasaw County, 1 By J C Williams, D. C. . oner. And for otht r reasons to be ' Miss., within one year of this date j given on the hearing of this petition, atauurc io inuuaic mm icBukCi Respectfully submitted, : one ye,r from this date will bar S. E. Atkinson, Walter Alexander, Joe B. Pauik. Harden Da us, and others. WANTED. the claim. 2o tle maKers to mane nne ues Given under my hand this the at 10 cents a tie, pay every two 28th day of August 1915. we;ks. 700 acres of timber in the W. B. Buchanan, ! woods, not old field pine. Administrator, j A. H. REID. L H Harris. She expects to spend ing to take the world s record lor the winter in Mississippi. I walking away from Westen. Mr Pat Murphy slipped on wet Messrs B. Thorn, J.A.Williams ground a few days ago and is now j and others motored to Tupelo Sun on crutches. 1 day. J F Springer, Lewis Clark, W D Howard. Shelly Lewis, Bud Barnnet, ! J H Hardin, W L Kirkpatrick, Joe Earnest. guson JPalime!1 Company Suitable for Rough Farm Buildings. R A Pyron, A W Kennedy, G L Huffman, C C Hardwick. W C Franks, C L Stanford. A II Gordon, Baxter N. Knox Attorney-at-Law Office over Tabb Bros., Drug Store HOUSTON, MISSISSIPPI Our facilities for writting Cotton are better than ever, we insurt it anywhere, at your house, as well as in Regular Warehouses. Call phone 190, and we do the rest. Walker-Johnson &. Co., Agents.