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one-eleven cigarettes Three Friendly Gentlemen TURKISH VIRGINIA BURLEY ^'FIFTEEN In a new package that fits the pocket— At a price that fits the pocket-book— The same unmatched blend of Turkish, Virginia and Burley Tobaccos I Guaranteed by *111 'KTH AVE. , If 8 a DOUBLE treat —Peppermint Jacket over Pep permint gum 10 for Sugar jacket “melts in your then you get the delec table gum center. And with Wrigley’s three old standbys also affording friendly aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap petite and digestion. Soothing, thirst-quenching. Making the next cigar taste better. | You are Invited g H To Attend M 1 THE CARNIVAL l = to be given at the = | UNIVERSITY GYMNASIUM | M Saturday Night, April 8, 1922 jl, M given by j jj Co-Eds of University 1 § Benefit s | Y. IV. C. A. | lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll' # .____ “COLD IN THE HEAD” Is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Those subject to freduent "colds in the head” will And that the use of HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE will build up the System and render them less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of Acute Ca tarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Hlood on the Mucous surfaces of the System, thus reducing the inflammation and assisting Nature in restoring normal conditions. AU Druggists. Circulars free. r. J. Cheney ft Co.. Toledo. Ohio. You can sec the Lady from Borneo and many other curious and famous sity Saturday evening. Slim Picking. The red faced man sat in the court room listening to a long list of in dictments being read, the majority of which were for bootlegging. "Gosh!” he breathed, “what would this court do without prohibition?” —Wayside Tales. The Change. Lon G. Tood: What caused Nim bell, the steeplejack, to go into the drcua? Al. T. Tood: Wanted a change of "climb it,” I suppose.—Wayside Tales. PERSONAL AND LOCA1 Mrs. Ernest Hooker of Winona was the guest of her parents the pas week. Mrs. Walter Brummett has re turned from a delightful visit to he daughter Mrs. Mayhall of Liberty. Miss Jew’el Knight entertained i number of her friends with a danc< Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Neill of Carrollton spent Sunday at Cullev’s hospita with her daughter who was broughl here for an operation for appendi citis the past wreek from M. S. C W. Mrs. Andrew Purvis has returnee from Vardanian, Miss., after a visil to her son, Mr. M. L. Vanlanding ham. Judge Percy Bell of Greenville will be the guest of Prof. H. M. Fas er while in the city. Mr. J. S. Finch spent the w’eeli end with Booneville friends. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Boyett, of Charleston, Miss., were recent visi tors to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boyett. Mr. Boyett has re cently resigned his position as super intendent of Charleston High school and accepted a position with the Mississippi School Supply Co. The David Reese Chapter D. A. R. entertained the Colonial Dames with a tea Wednesday afternoon from 5 to 6 o’clock at the residence of Mrs. L. E. Oldham. Prof. J. W. Bell delivered an ad dress to the Parent-Teachers Asso ciation at Water Valley Wednesday. Mr. Dick Hobson, of Clarksdale, was a guest of Oxford friends the past week end. Mr. W. M. Hardy, of Water Val ley, spent a few days with his moth er, Mrs. Becham. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn spent Sunday in Grenada, with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dunn. Mrs. Hall, of Pontotoc, visited her . ? i . w K r»*n • xx 1 • i i itxxj». xxinxc xxawiviii’s xccciii/iy. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw Robinson and little daughter, of Batesville, were guests of Oxford friends recently. Mr. and Mrs. Afton of Coffeeville, had their little daughter’s tonsils removed at the Oxford hospital Wed nesday. Dr. Hunt was host for the Faculty Club Monday evening. Drs. Swan and Coulter are in Bir mingham this week. Misses Ruth Scott, Grace Murfree, and Etta Strawe, of Grenada College, accompanied Miss Lucille Ramey home for the week end. » Miss Mary Field, of Memphis, is expected Friday to be the guest of Miss Susan Baggett for the dance. Mrs. Ralph Wilson was the charm ing hostess for the Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon. Refreshing ice tea and salad was served. Messrs. Jim Thompson and Clyde Ramer have returned after spending a holiday at Leland and Sumner. Miss Marie Clarke was accom panied to Natchez by Mrs. Pope, where they spent the week end. NOTICE INTENTION TO ISSUE BONDS. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF OXFORD, MISSISSIPPI: Section 1. That pursuant to the petition of Miss Ella Wright and others, it is the intention of the Mayor and Council of the City of Oxford, Mississippi, to issue bonds of said City of Oxford, Mississippi, in an amount not to exceed $60,000. 00 in such denominations and at such rate of interest not to exceed six per cent, per annum, to mature at such time and manner as may be fixed by ordinance authorizing the same and the law governing such bond issue, for the following purposes, to-wit: (A) To erect Municipal school buildings and the purchase or con demnation of land therefor, and the purchase of furniture and equipment therefor. (B) To make all necessary changes in the present school buildings, to repair, remodel and improve the same. Section 2. That an election be hied in the City of Oxford, Missis sippi, on the 27th day of April, 1922, as provided by law, at which elec tion the question of said bond issue shall be submitted to the qualified electors of said City of Oxford, Mississippi, for their approval or rejection. /*« j • n rm_i- i-1- * OctllUU O* luab V/1UC5 setting forth the intention of the Mayor and Council of said City of Oxford to issue said bonds be pub lished as provided by law in such cases. The foregoing resolution was first reduced to writing and considered by sections, then as a whole, and the vote for final passage having been taken, it was passed and adopted after first reading, on this the 3rd day of April, A. D., 1922, by the fol lowing yea and nay vote, to-wit:— W. W. Eliott voting yea, T. J. Metts voting yea, and J. B. Brown voting yea. Those voting nay, none. Certified to as correct W. D. PORTER, Clerk. Approved, W. W. ELLldTT. Mayor. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Election Commissioners af the City of Oxford, Mississippi, will hold a special election in the of fice of the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in the Lafayette county court house, in Oxford, Mississippi, on the 27th day of April, 1922, for the ac ceptance or rejection by the quali fied electors of said City of Oxford, Mississippi, authorizing the issuance of the bonds of said City in an amount not to exceed the sum of $60,000.00, as set forth in detail of above publication of said resolu tion. Witness our signatures, this the 3rd day of April, A. D;. 1922. jf A. TANKERSLEY, W. F. IVY. A. M. HALL. (April 6-13-20-27.) , , Election Commissioners. Mrs. Gibson, of Verona, Miss., left Wednesday after a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. J. C. Kin : cannon. I Mr. Willie Bunch was operated on at a local hospital Wednesday, j Miss Susie Black, of Denmark, spent Sunday with Mrs. T. W’. Black. Mrs. Anna Parks has been quite sick the past week. Misses Gabriel and Mattie Hous ton, of Clarksdale and Hattiesburg, attended the burial of Mr. Ely Nic ohls. Hon. Percy Bell of Greenville, is in the city today. - Mrs. T. L. Price, left this morn ling for Hattiesburg, Miss., where she will join her husband. Mr. Lake Black and wife of Mem phis, visited relatives at Oxford and Denmark recently. | Misses Pearl and Velma Coleman, j of Memphis, who have been the guest of Mrs. Frank Heard left Wed nesday for Los Angeles, California. GONE TO SLEEP. As night drew her sable mantle about the earth and pinned it with 'stars March 25th, the spirit of little Paul took its flight to that Heavenly home to be with Jesus, j Paul was the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Shaw of College Hill. God lent him to us for only six short months but his place in the home and in the hearts of those who knew him can never be filled. As the lilly folds its petals at eve so baby Paul closed his eyes and fell asleep to awaken “Safe in the Arms of Jesus.” God needed a flower in Heaven so He sent his angels and they trans-, planted baby Paul in Heaven where he will blossom into that perfect life in v which there is no separation, sorrowj or pain. The funeral services was conduct ed from the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon by Dr. Hedleston and the little body was laid to rest among the flowers in the cemetery near the church while nature wept with the sorrowing friends and lov ed ones. Then under a mound of beautiful flowers we left the little body but baby Paul is with the angels and there awaits our coming. Sweet little darling, light of the home, 1 Looking for some one, beckoning cornel Bright as a sunbeam, pure as the dew, Anxiously looking, looking for you. Mliiiky A FWBND* i ■■ \ V \ I • I i i| .--T-: NASHVILLE —===== 1 §j TO THE FIELD FORCE: 1 I “MONDAY MORNING TONIC” lj I “NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS” gj bfl Nothing gives me quite so much pleasure as to announce the big. things that our Company is gBj gp doing. The $100,000 policy spoken of in our last “Tonic” was on the life of Colonel Luke Lea. I jOcj EE doubt if we should search the entire United States that we could find a man of his age who measures ^5 Gs up to his standard as a statesman, an officer in the late war, a business man or a lawyer. am pm He was United States Senator from 1911 to 1917, at which time he made his national reputa- boj bp] tion, notwithstanding he was the youngest man that had ever served, or was serving at that time in jjjOj this capacity. When our country declared war, he was among the first to offer his services and was EE one of the few who were able to .qualify in such a short period of time for a commission as Colonel. Be JUcj His daily paper “The Nashville Tennesseean,” which ranks among the leading papers of the South, has proved) well his ability as a business man. 2Q| agj Much more can be said, and will be, from time to time. The leading business men of your bjj] state along any of the lines above mentioned, will either know Colonel Lea personally, or by reputa- qjf E^ tion. So it is quite a compliment for us all for such a man to carry this size policy with our Company. Be* Eh And I might say further that it is evidence of his study and belief in insurance as he was already Gj| G& carrying $756,000.00 insurance with the different big companies before buying our policy in competi- pfl 5m tion with other local companies as well as the companies he has already been doing business with. Sy bo] The honor of writing this Limited Pay policy goes to my cousin, W. H. Burton, Jr. fun |p Just another statement: The Life and Casualty is issuing, irt the Industrial Life Department m5 EE for this week, a little more than one million dollars Life Insurance. This new record and most won- Gs derful showing came without any special appeal in any way from the Home Office, so all the honor srQ am and gloi-y belongs to the field men who gave us this most pleasant surprise. gp bfl Yours very truly, gp A. M. BURTON, President. E^ « T. E. JOHNSON 1 p™ DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENT, . |S y LIFE AND CASUALTY INSURANCE COMPANY jj I OXFORD, - - - MISS. 1 “Well, Weill Hot bis cuits for Sunday teal But wasn’t it an awful bother for you?—baking Sun day?” “No! a hit of bother, John. 1 enjoy baking since / got acquainted W’th Vflier’s Bionic Self Rising-Flour. ‘ Milled from only fine wheat A/TUCH might be said of the high quality and the relia bility of Valier’s Picnic Self Ris ing Flour. Yet nothing finer could be said than this—it is made from the same choice, 9 prime, soft winter wheat from which Valier’s Dainty Flour is milled. If you haven’t yet tried a sack of Valier’s Picnic Self Rising Flour, there’s a real treat in store for you—and an economical one. Valierfe DAVIS, MIZE & CO., Wholesale Distributors OXFORD, MISS. -v Boost Yoor Home Pa per. The Eagle Creditors hare better memories than debtors, says one of oar good merchants.