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GEORGE W. PRICE, Editor and Pnb. Entered at the Postofflce at Oxford, Miss., as second-class matter. Published Every Thursday Lafayette County Press and Oxford Eagle consolidated August 24, 1915; absorbed The Independent July 1,1918 Official Organ Lafayette County and City of Oxford. Ail obituary notices and cards of thanks are charged for at the rate of one cent pei word, and must be paid in advance in all cases. 'Sample Copies 5 Cents Eech—None Free. Advertising rates, 33 1-3 Cents per Inch for display; 1 cent per word for classified but no classified ad taken for less than 25 cents; 10 cents per line for renders Ho free copies; po papers sent on credit to anyone. Telephone 108 NEW CURRENCY. The First National Bank has just received the first installment of a large issue of new currency, specially engraved for that institution. The denominations are in five, ten and twenty dollar bills. Several of the new bills were pasted up in the window of the bank build ing Wednesday afternoon, and at tracted quite a little notice. J. A. Parks, president and J. E. Avent, cashier of the institution de serve credit for the splendid showing the bank is making. New home for the bank, new fixtures and furniture, and now comes new money, with the announcement that the bank has on deposit $100,000.00 more now than it did one year ago, and is out of debt, speaks volumns for the institu tion. COLORED METHODIST CONFERENCE CLOSES The second district conference of the Woman’s Home Missionary So ciety, Woman’s Foreign Missionary Society and Sunday school convention of the Holly Springs district and the upper Mississippi conference of the Methodist Episcopal church convened What a Wise Woman Knows The jiuou who takes pride in her baking and is watchful of the family health is never won away from ROYAL Baking Powder. She knows that it is abso lutely pure and depend able—that for over 50 years it has been used in the best homes in the country. It Contains No Alum Leaves No Bitter Taste mmmm——^mm——^—■——————■——■——1 in Oxford, Nov. 7 and continued to the 12th, with the Bums Methodist church, with Kev. W. N. Redmond, distric superintendent, presiding. Seventeen charges of the district were represented by full delegations, the attendance being the largest in the history of the church. The business of the conference was the consideration of each of the aux iliary societies and hearing reports along various lines. The evangelistic sendees conducted by Rev. W. H. Maxwell was a special feature of every session of the meet ings. Rev. C. V. Heffner, the local pastor, assisted by the church mem bers of all denominations rendered splendid entertainment to the visitors while here. Dr. M. S. Davage, president of Rust university, was present and delivered an address on the Church and Schools which was an inspiration to all who heard him. Prof. E. H. McKissock of Holly Springs, Rev. P. B. Adams of the Tupelo district, were in attend ance. The amount reported for centenary benevolent purposes was $3,800.00. WITH THE CHURCHES Mr. Auber Wilds, Rev. Roland Leavell and a number of ladies and i CRISP, golden waffles —delicious and appe tizing-how good they ! are with honey or syrup! 4 I . —m -*• r iiifrr-rr^- :■ - ~ ~-~j A Wleh ! i;i WlSka. _ |;: K ** X HAVE TAKEN Cardui for run-down, worn-out [ 1 • • JL condition, ner vousness and sleeplessness, and I was J J ! weak -o-y t, s MrsC Silvie Estes, of Jennings, Okla. j “Cakui did me just iots of good—so rpuch that I gave ‘ I, | iffomyio. uer. Ske complained of, a soreness in her Ikl If "I sides and b,,sk„ Ske took three bottles ofXa^ui'and l.^| kcr - om ^r:i .-as‘'ouch better. jl, i ! /t’ /e Jived here, near j.tunings, for 26 years, and j- j I now v;tfa’-e our own home in t6wn. I have had to |,yj i; work drci v hard) as this country wasn’t built up, and it k :d ' made it l aid on uSi - lyia Hi ill “i wiSii 1 could tell weak women of Cardui—the j| j medicine that helped give me the strength to go on and |X do m/work.” This card fulfils her wish. j|jj gentlemen are attending the Baptist State convention at Grenada this week. Rev. J. A. Christian and Prof. J. W. Bell will represent the Presbyterian church of Oxford at Presbytery which meets in Charleston, Miss., this week, j The many friends of Rev. and Mrs., Lee M. Lipscomb will be glad to learn thpt the Methodist conference which met at Water Valley the past week, returned Mr. Lipscomb to Oxford. Rev. Julian Duncan of Emory Col lege, Ga., attended the M. E. confer- j ence at Water Valley and was given work at Pickens, Miss. The good people of that town are to be congrat ulated on their good fortune in secur ing a man of Mr. Duncan’s type. He is spending a few days here with his mother, Mrs. M. L. Duncan, before taking up his work in Pickins. MRS. H. M. FASER GIVES RECEPTION. Mrs. H. M. Faser entertained in Honor of her guest, Mrs. Burl Smith if Winona, Tuesday evening from »ight to ten o’clock. Prof, and, Mrs. H. M. Faser, Mrs. J. N. Powers, Mr. and Mrs. Human Glenn, Hon. and Mrs. Hemingway and Mrs. Burl Smith were in the receiving line. Mrs. David Carter and Miss Katrina Carter presided in the dining room. Mesdames Torrey, Longest, Neilson md Miss Mary Glenn assisted fn enter taining. Lovely roses and chryanth umns were used in great profusion for decoration throughout the beauti ful rooms. This was one of the most enjoyable receptions ever given in Ox ford. PERSONAL™ LOCAL Mr. J. C. White has returned to Canton after a short visit to his wife at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scarbrough. Mrs, J. E. Holmes of Memphis is the guest of Mamie Wendel. Mrs. W. L. Goodwin spent Sunday in Abbeville with her cousin, Mr. Mart Goodwin and family. TMk less r a say more, ancl the world "ill t nuerstand you bat’er. He? *.&ys wish our friends a mer.-y Christmas in time to get a in re turn before It is too late. Ilf o', yours. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signal! te of Cut This Out And Send it To The Home Folks Perhaps the folks back home do not know they can call you on the Long Dis tance Telephone at very small cost by using the station to station service. And that the rates are reduced one-half at night after 8:30 o’clock on station to sta tion calls. ♦ Cut out this advertisement and send it home so the folks will know how easily and cheaply they can enjoy a talk with you on the Long Distance Bell Tele phone. Tell them to look in the Bell Tele phone Directory for complete informa tion, and rates, or call Long Distance. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY (Incorporated) 331 _ I Bring Your Best Girl or i Familv to the ' i ■\ i ..—— Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonie Purifies the Blood and makes the cheeks rosy.eoc : POSTED! ; _ To Whom It May Concern: The following land is POSTED against hunting or otherwise tres passing. , Tresspassers will he dealt with according to law— MRS. E.'E, DAVIDSON. W C. WELLS. ' R. L- DAVIDSON. 1 HUNTER FOUST. ; S. H. WELLS. P. D. AYLES. I. -E. BROWN. MRS. S. M. SMITH. MRS: S. E. AYLES. MRS. SIDNEY MATHEWS. , s. S. WELLS. !' T. D. ISOM. ! V. H. JONES. MRS. IDA JONES, SAN NORWOOD. J. D. JONES. A. II. P. DILLARD. I C. I. WALLER. 1 JONAS PARHAM, i W. M. MULT/IN. ! G. C. McELROY. I J. M. & J. Q. TATUM, i J. L. WALLER. J. A, LANDRETH. Nov. 9-1 mo. pd. NOTICE OF SALE OF LANDS. Pursuant to the provisiqns of the trust deed executed by Miss Mary C Aldrich to W. P. Shinault. Trustee, ir favor of J.E. Reed, Mortagee, to secure the payment of an indebtedness there in stated with interest, payable an nually, and taxes, same being oi record in Trust Deed Book No. 76, page 119, of the records of trust deeds on land in the Chancery Clerk’s office of Lafayette County, Mississippi; I and default having been made in pay ment of said indebtedness, and the Holder of said indebtedness having by written direction and authority called upon said Trustee to execute and foreclose said trust deed to pay off said indebtedness, I, W. P. Shi nault, Trustee, hereby give notice, that I will proceed to offer and sell the hereinafter described land, situ ated in Lafayette County, Mississippi, or so much tnereof as may be neces sary to pay said indebtedness and the cost and expenses incident thereto, to the highest bidder for cash at pub lic outcry on the 4th day of December, 1922, between the hours of 11 o’clock A. M., and 4 o'clock P. M., on said date, the said day being the first Mon day of said Month, and so to be offer ed and sold at the South Door of the Lafayette County, Mississippi, Court House in Oxford, Mississippi, said lands being described in said Trust Deed as follows, to wit: The West One Half of the North west Fraction of the Northwest Quar ter of Section Seven (7), Township Seven (7), Range One, containing Seventy acres, more or less; the Northeast Quarter of Section Thirty One (31), Township Six (6), Range One; the East One Half of the North west Fraction of the Northwest Quar ter of Section Seven (7), Township Seven (7), Range One, West; Ten (10) acres bit the Northeast comer oi tne Northeast Quarter of Section One, Township Seven (7), Range Two (2), West, described by metes and bounds as follows: commencing at a corner on the Range line fifty (50) poles from the Northeast corner of said Quarter and running West forty (40) poles, thence South forty (40) poles, thence East forty (40) poles, to the range line, thence North with said range line to the place of beginning; The West One Half of Section Thirty One (31), Township Six (6), range one West; The West One Half of Section Six, Township Seven (7), Range one West; The Northeast quarter of Section Six, Township Seven, Range one West; The North east Quarter of Section Thirty Six (36), Township Six (6), Range Two West; The East One Half of the Northwest Quarter of Section Thirty Six (36), Township Six (6), Range Two West, containing in all Twelve Hundred and Twenty (1220) acres, more or less. The title to the foregoing lands is believed to be good, but I shall offer, sell and convey same as Trustee only; and will do so in accordance w’ith Section 2772 of the Code of Missis sippi of 1906. Witness my signature, this the 8th dav of November, 1922. W. P. SHINAULT. Trustee. Nov. 9-16-23-30. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 5423. The State of Mississippi. To Mary Means, whose post office ad dress is 2341 A Eugenia St., St Louis, Mo.: You are commanded to appear be e /"il__ a/ 4-Via PAnnfiT IvlC tuv J V v* v». V - of Lafayette, State of Mississippi, on the fourth Monday of November, 1922, to defend the suit in the said court of Will Means, to which you are defendant. This November 2nd, 1922. W. M. WOODWARD, Clerk. W. P. Shinault, Sol. Nov. 2-9-16-23. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 5422. State of Mississippi. ,To John Price, whose post office ad dress is unknown, defendant: You are commanded to appear be fore the chancery coui't of Lafayette 'county, in the state of Mississippi, on the Fourth Monday of November, A. ;D., 1922, to defend the suit in said 'court of Hannah Price, to which you are the defendant. j This the 31st day of October, A. D., (1922 W. M. WOODWARD, Clerk. Nov. 2-9-16-23. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. i - No. 5421. State of Mississippi. To Jerry Thomas, whose post office address is unknown, Defendant: You are commanded to appear be fore the chancery cdurt of the county of Lafayette, in the state of Missis sippi, on the Fourth Monday of No vember, A. D., 1922. to defend the suit in said court of Emma Thomas lrliovm'n xrrm nrP rlp^pnHrmt ) This the 30th day of October, A. D. 1922. W. M. WOODWARD, * Chancery Clerk. 'Nov. 2, 4t. NOTICE 01 TRUSTEES’ S ALE.'’ State of Mississippi, Lrf yette County. * t Whereas,. Peter Thompson d:d o i the Loth dav of March, 1929. execute a certain deed of trust to Shaw Rob inson. Trustee, to secure an indebted m -s. due to the Bank of Oxford, of Oxford. Mississippi, which said dee 1 of trust is recorded in Book 76 at pa„-e 221 of the Records of Deeds of Trust ip Countv of Lafayette, and State of Mississippi. ! And whereas, the said Shaw Robi son declined to execute said deed of itrust, and, „ , . , j Whereas, the Bank of Oxford, b’ its Cashier, did, on the 1st day of 'June, 1922, appoint nie as substituted trustee in said deed of Dust and re quested a foreclosure of the same, which substitution is of record in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Lafay ette County, Mississippi, in Deed iBook 76, at page 441, Therefore, bv virtue of my appoint ment, I, Phil Stone, will, on the 27th day of November, 1922, within legal hours for sale of lands under execu tion, at the South door of the Counts Court House in Oxford, Mississippi offer for sale, at public vendue, to the * * ' . highest bidder for cash, the following described lands situated in Lafayette Couaty, Mississippi, to wit: What is known aa the Bogard place lying about three miles S. B. of Ab beville, and more particularly de scribed as follows, to wit: 20 acres in the S. E. corner of the N. E. 1-4; and the North half of the S. E. 1-4. both in section 22, and the Northwest 1-4 of section 21, all in township 7, range 8, west, and know* as that part of the Bogard place bought by A. R. Bogard from the estate of E. H. Bogard. Also the following other land bought by A. R. Bogard of F. M. Stowers, to wit: All of the North half of the N. E. 1-4 of section 23, township 7. range 3, west, which lies East of what is known as the mill race, and East of an imaginary line running from the North end of said race to the Northern boundary line of said North 1-2 of the N. E. 1-4 ^ curtaining 50 acres, more or less; also a 2-acre block, more or less, of said N. 13 of said N. E 1-4, described as follows: beginnirg 10 feet South of where the old bam was situated on said land, and running a straight line east cf the said mill race, and west to within 8 feel of the new ditch, nearest to where the old bam was situated, then northwestwardly parallel with said ditch to the norihem boundary of said N. 1-2 of N. E. 1-4 thence East on said boundary line un til point is reached opposite mil! dam, thence to the North end of .si.id race, the same being ir. township 7, range 2, west, and i« the land conveyed by A. K. Bogard to the Bank of Oxford, and same land bought by nim from E. H Bogard estate ar.d F. ?Vi. Stowers, said land is thocght to contain 312 acres. And, at the same time c.nu place I will sell the following per.-onal prop erty to wit: One bay mare mule owned by the said Peter Thompson and one bay mare mule bought of the Bark of Ox ford. The title to said property is believed by me to be good, but I convey as trustee cnly. Witness my signature this the 16th day of September, 1922. PHIL STONE, Substituted trustee. Nov. 2-9-16-23. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. I No. 5419. To Jim Cash, whose post office address is unknown: You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of Lafayette County, Mississippi, on the 4th Mon day of November, 1922, to defend the suit in said Court of Shirley Cash, to which you are defendant. | This October 30th, 1922. ' W. M. WOODWARD, Clerk. Nov. 2-9-16 23 NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER’S SALE. - Mrs. Mamie More Houston, Et Al. Ex , Parte. No. 5237. By virtue of the authority vested in me by the Chancery Court of Lafay ette county, Mississippi, in case No. 5237, I, W. M. Woodward. Chancery Clerk of Lafayette countv. Missis 01 UUIlllg r - Commissioner in the foregoing cause, by the Chancery Court, wll on Mon day the 4th day of December, 1922, within lawful hours at the south door of the court house, in Oxford, Mis sissippi offer for sale and sell as Special Commissioner the following lands to-wit: The West Half of the South East 1-4 of Section 10, Township 8, Range 2 West, containing 80 acres more or less, and situated in Lafayette county, lississippi. Said sale for partition, the funds from same to be divided between the parties in this cause; notice is hereby given that I, the undersigned Com missioner will make said sale, and on Saturday the 9th day of December, 1922, will make my report to the Hon. J. G. McGowan, Chancellor, at his office in the City of Water Val ley, Mississippi, at 10 o’clock A. M. for the purpose of having said sale confirmed by the court, and all per sons interested are hereby directed to be present at said confirmation if the ydesire. The title to the foregoing lands are supposed to be good, but I sell same as special commissioner only. W. M. WOODWARD, Special Commissioner. W. G. Borett. Sol. for petitioner. \T A A 1/? OO ixur. NON-RESIDE XT NOTICE. No- 5416. The State of Mississippi. To Essie Wilburn, whose post office address is Moscow, Term: t You are commanded to'appear be fere the Oham-ery Court >f ! T">v ette County, Miss., on the 4th Mon day of November. 1922. to defend the suit in said court of Renzie Wilburn, to which you are defendant'. This October 20th. 192°. W. M. WOODWARD, Clerk. D. E. Stump. Sol. for Comp’t. Oct. 26. Nov. 2-9-16. ; ■* __ ' • NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. No. 5418. State of Mississippi. To Timothy Crosby, whose post office address is unknown, but when last heard of was Memphis. Tenn., de fendant : You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of Lafayette County, in Mississippi, on the Foutrh Monday of November, A. D., 1922, to defend the suit in said court of Daisy Crosby, wherein you are the defend ant. This the 21st day of October, A. D., 1922* W. M. WOODWARD, Clerk. Oct. 26. Nov. 2-9-16.