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SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 Per Year we D? ING 5IPH htfr, 'ived by 4 VQLU3IE LXXYI 8 POINT HAPPENINGS Items From Our Sister City Leaned by the Chronicle-Star Correspondent. PASCAGOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1920 WE, , John MoniH and two cnnuren, Mve been the guests 01 r. ana j p P, Winner for the past four returned Tuesday to men nome gjttiesburg. E, F. UOOiey ana lime uaugiuer , ho have been visiting Mrs. :.. ,1, nnrthwn nnrt ,y'S pall'll'S in w.c iwih'vu. He state miring uciuciuuci .. ,ier, returned Home Monday. I h. i), Overstreet and Miss Lois yere Wednesday shoppers in le. Hiss Gladys Litmhard ol Indmnola , recent guest or Mrs. It. L. Head. Its. 0. A. Henry and son Aiiister it several days in Mobile last week. r, and Mis. 11. O. Overstreet and le daughter. Mary Aliee, were ing the Fair visitors to Mobile Jltlcc day. Diss Dora Cowan left Monday for Hi whore she joined Miss Jessie and together they will enjoy pleasure trip to New ork city and ier Eastern points ot interest. Mr. and Mis. John F. Krebs were itors to the Fair last week. j, B. Herring lei t last week for ijatte, where he expects to be un- Xmas assisting in the organizing l oank at that place. Mrs. G. W. liowen spent Thursday last week in Hie gulf city. Hiss Elisc Uovise of Evergreen, Ala., lot Thursday with Miss Louise m who accompanied her as far loblie for a short viBlt. Ir. and wis. JJun McLeod and ton Foster Uroom attended the in Mobile Tuesday. and Mrs. II. E. Delmas, H, E... Milton Delmas and Mrs. Henry tub motiired to Mobile for the day ay. Ir. and Mrs. ('. W. Harnett, ac- isained by Misses Maysel Willing- Lulu East, Marie Seal and Allie UBon spent Saturday in New ns. Fitzner, Bay McLeod. Lcn Mo lds and Dr. II. C. Eley were among We from here who attended the r in Mobile Tuesday last. lira. Harry Wilcox was a recent vis- to New Orleans. lev. W. M. Sullivan, presiding elder the Seashore district, will hold the rtb quarterly conference here at Methodist church Saturday and til the pulpit at the eleven o'clock ' Sunday morning. he annual union Thanksgiving ice this year will be held in the tot church, Hev. J. D. Ellis, pastor be Methodist church, will deliver lermon, with special music by the church choirs. The special lection will be divided among the churches and will be sent to te orphan homes. Services begin- promptly at 10:00. Eeveryone is ited to attend.. E. F. Colley soent Monday in Orleans, having gone over to t Mrs. Motley and baby. A representative miiiihei- of the Bbors of the Ladies' Aid Society of Methodist church were present day afternoon, when Mrs. M. L. Wait assisted bv Miss Minnie Julia wart, entertained. The ladies who been planning for a bazaar have Fclded on Dec. 2nd. It will he held Ike Red Cross room from 2 to 5. P and cakes will be served free dur- 1M the afternoon. ('onclmliiii? the titaess session the hostess served de iOUS hilt chocolate find u.iiului.hes "rs. ( olmi r. who went to Mobile Fri I was joined by Mr. Colmeh who P" down from Colgreen and together fT enjoyed the Fair. MM mem hem nf il,,, is.,l, nlouo he Methodist Sundav school are JWited to Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Over Pt for a m,. st delightful social even- Pi PtMay, when thev ontertalnpil marked contrast to the cold, bleak Mher outside was the Overstreet which was cozy, warm and Bi with many fragrant roses and ferns being used as floral -tiers. Following tha hiialneua Ion partners were found for an Bhnatcil rook contest I n I or the IK assisted by Miss Lois Ellis dl-lirilllw nr.,.. EVERY AMERICAN OUGHT TO BE LONG TO RED CROSS HARDING New Orleans, Nov. 18 President elect Harding while in the city today gave an enthusiastic endorsement of the Red Cross and stated that he was proud of the fact that when he is in augurated he will become president of the organization as well, "I want to say that every Amer ican ought to join the Red Cross," said Senator Harding, "because of its splendid war record. And I want to say that its war record splendid, as it is won't be able to hold a candle to its peacetime record if all the people will do what I hope they will put up their dollars in the good old Amer ican way. ''I hope the Red Cms ,o B o MEMORIES OF OLD PASCAGOULA. splendid record in all the South as well as in the nation," he continued "and I am proud that when it becomes my good fortune to preside at the White House as president of the whole people that I shall be president of the Red Cross as well." THE GOVERNMENT RESERVATION The U. S. engineers department for the gulf district lately acquired by purchase 11 acres of additional land on the west bank of the East Pasca goula river for the extension of the "naval reservation" that this depart ment is operating at Pascagoula. The naval reservation was first begun in 1910 and has been gradually extended until it contains one slip, 100x200 feet, X By UNCLE MARTIN. f The Star of October 17, 1874: "Mar ried: On Tuesday, 13th instant, at the residence of George Delius, Bayou Casotte, Mr. L. M. Hand and Miss Pauline Southern, both of Moss Point. The Star of Oct. 24th: "Monday, October 12, 1874, at 2, o'clock p. m. in the city of New Orleans by Rev. Father Milton Brown, G. A. Itaby of East Pascagoula to Miss Marie Kear of the city of New Orleans. The Star of November 7, 1874, ob serves: "All Saints' Day On last will make a Sunday, it being All Saints' Day, the friends of the deceased who are buried in the cemetery on Mrs. Char piaux place, assembled in the after noon to observe the religious custom incident to the day in the Catholic church, And certainly it is a touching and beautiful, as well as holy custom to be religiously observed, the as sembling once every year to pay a tribute of respect to, to testify to the love and affection entered upon the undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveler returns. To renew a caro of, to decorate with evergreens. garlands and (lowers, their resting places, and to drop a tear to their memory. The beautiful little cemetery which contains some venerable tombs of the ancestors of the old families of this place, had been cleared up for the occasion, and on this bright autumn a lovely CONTRACT LET FOR LIGHT PLANT Will Be Uu-to-Date in Eevery Respect and Is to Be Completed in Seven Months. with a depth of 12 feet of water, and marine railway, 50xl5 feet, Creosot-1 Sabbath afternoon, presented ing plant, machine and wood working appearance shops, stroage yards, etc. The land recently acquired gives the reservation, Including what it already possessed, approximately 16 acres of land, or a piece of land facing 800 feet on the East Pascagoula river hy a depth of 800 feet, and extends from the right of way of the Louisville and Nashville while the prayers and services performed by Itev. Father Wise were heartily and solemnly en gaged in, by the kneeling congre gation." The Star of September 5, 1S74, men tions this item of news about the port of Pascagoula under the caption of "Importations:" "The French bark The city council on the 15th inst. signed a contract for the erection of the new municipal light plant. The contractors are MeCleary & Co. of Atlanta, Ga. Prii i- for the building and equipment complete is $61,100. The building will b of brick, 58x44x23 feet and wlil be located on the lot witli the present water pumping station and sianupipe. rue equipment will con sist of one 90 K. W. generator, one 150 K. W. generator, two 150 H. P, boilers with 100 foot steel stack, a two panel switchboard and all electrical and steam connections, the plant be ing complete ready to run for the price mentioned. I In addition to tho above the city has agreed to purchase from Mr. E. J. Ford all the water mains, electric wiring, poles, etc.,' of the old Pasca goula Power Co. of which he was the purchaser at the receiver's salo some months ago. The price agreed upon for these is approximately $40,000. The contractors agree to have the work completed in seven months from date of sale of bonds. A purchaser for the $125,000 issue of Water and Light bonds has already been found contingent upon approval of buyer's attorneys. The same buyer also agrees to take the $15,000 of Public Wharf Bonds and $15,000 of Street Improvement Bonds recently authorized. BEAUCH AMP-HOLLISTER. A wedding of intrest to friends in both Louisiana and Mississippi was DREDGING AT WHARF HA8 BEEN COMPLETED. Dredging of the river in front of the mat ot Miss bailie Beauchamp, daugh- new city wharf has been comoleted ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beauchamp and settlement made with the Con or Llinton, La., to Mr. John Jameson tractors. CoBt of the work was !7 afin Hollister, formerly of Ponchatoula, La j There is now 21 feet of water along- uow oi tt. james, La. The bride is a j side the wharf, same depth as the very handsome young woman and has channel. As soon as the 1111 inside spent much of her time in Pascagoula ' the wharf settles the railroad tarck will with relatives, and where she numbers 1 be put down, when vessels will be able a very wide circle of friends. The j to load direct from the cars. Already groom is the eldest of four sons of inquiries are being received from part Mr. and Mrs. George Hollister of this I ies desiring to load cargoes hero. railroad to the Pascagoula-Gautier j ' 'rovencale, Capt Gouet, trom Toulon, highway. France, entered at our Custom House, Blue print plans of the extension of .'Aug. 31st, with 100 sacks, ten tons the reservation have been prepared byfcalt, consigned to Messrs. Bercier and the U. S. engineers office, and they j De Smet, to load with a cargo of include one power house plant, 40x1 lumber for France. This vessel be 80 feet, one machine shop, 40x100 feet, j long to a large shipbuilding and one blacksmith shop, 40x50 feet, one ; lumber firm in France who have hither additional marine railway, capacity I to been doing business through Pen- OIL NOTES. The Seacoast Oil Co. has been drill ing steadily all week and reached a depth of 3,033 feet yesterday afternoon. The drill is now in gummy shale. A sixteen-foot strata of lime rock was penetrated Wednesday, and hard form ations of rock and shale have been tho I rule all the week. The drillers arel ports, and who have been induced by j sti hiBhly pieuae.; with the formation, I Messrs, nercier & i.e smei io give wh,cn thev gar ig Zoning true to form this port a trial, not only as a lumber; ,,, orodUcliVt. ,,,, find officials of the company are sanguine of a producing well. city. The wedding took place Monday evening at six o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ladnier on the beach, the latter being an aunt of the groom, and in the presence of a num ber of relatives and friends of the young couple. To the strains of Loghengreu's wedding march, played by Mrs. J. W. Frellsen, the bridal party entered through the reception rooms, which were decorated and garlanded with vines, shrubs nnd flowers and, with the officiating clergyman, the Rev. John Chipman, stood under an arch of similax and coral wreathed and intertwined most gracefully in to a frame, encasing a very pretty picture. Preceding the party as thev entered were two little flower girls, miizaDeiii scon ami jean Martin, in dainty little white mull frocks, with green satin ribbons and carrying baskets of beautiful roses. The bride had as her attendant Miss Marie Allen, who was tasefully gowned in brown satin. Mr. Ralph Hollister, a brother of the groom acted as best man. CIVIC LEAGUE. The Civic League met Friday after noon in semi-monthly sesion at Red Cross headquarters. Mrs. R. A. Bow ers presided. The minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. Seay, the secretary. Mrs. Cowgill, the treasurer gave the financial status of the organlzaton. Reports from the various committees were heard and sounded a cheering note, proving at least a small body of Pascagoula citizenship is working to solve the problems that point a compelling finger to the needs of this community. Does Pascagoula want to stop or does it want to go on? Does it want progress or not? At the last meeting there was a motion duly seconded and carried that the week beginning Dec. 5th be designated as Civic League week. Boxes will be placed in the various and most accessible stores to receive donations, the names and The i dues of persons who will out of sense NUMBER 12 REAL ESTATE IN JACKSON COUNTY Recorded in Chancery Clerk' Office for Week Ending October 29. November 12th, 1920. bride wore a handsome gown of taupe of duty, help the cause but who find it impossible to attend the meetings. We are hoping that through this med ium there will be concerted action so that this little city should no longer lag behind in the march of progress. The League will again convene Friday, November 26th. PUBLICITY CHAIRMAN. ! sacola, Darien and other southern; The Georgia Company resumed oper ations Monday, under the direction of Mr. Pitts, and are opening up the hole which had reached a depth of 2004 feet when operations were suspended some 3500 tons, two sets of construction ways, a new cresoting plant, 15x60 feet, new office building, three oil storage tanks, cersote tanks, one wood working shop, 49x100 seven spur ! Port. but t0 ascertain if cargoes of tracks leading from the Louisville & merchandise can be sent here to ad Nashville railroad throughout the yard, j vantage, instead of, as the general rule, and also industrial tracks will trans- sending vessels in uauast. verse the yard at all points. This plants Tle Star on October 10th, ack will be used for the building of small j nowledges a present from one of craft for the engineers department ! Jackson county's well known citiezns and for the cleaning and repairing of thus: Mr. Mark Dees will please ac- ; weekg af?0 They were within a nun all craft used in rivers and harbors cept our thanks for a bucket of fine , (lred leet ot the bottom yesterday and work, and can be made available for : apples. Such kind remembrances of j Mr Pitts 8tates ,nat if thes lowing at the printer is always duly appreciated. , tllp 200o-foot depth is as good as claim I The Star, on the 17th of October, al-jij by the driller he feels confident of so notes this gift: "Mrs. Mary A. j brtbsiog in a good well. Whatever the : Dees sends us fair specimens ot sugar cane, of which she has a patch in her yard at our depot. The stalks of dif ferrent kinds of cane are 7 feet long, 18 full joints, the largest the green cane averaging 11 inches in diameter. Cane can undoubtedly be raised with great success upon our coast. . lile Barbara, was christened accord ing to the solemn rites of the Greek iVloth with hat, gloves and shoes to match. The handkerchief that she carried was that of her mother's, used at her own wedding fifty years ago. The bride's bouquet was composed of white Killarney roses and that carried by the maid of honor was of golden Crysanthemums. She was given away by her brother-in-law, Capt. William J. Colle, and to receive the blessing after they were pronounced man and wife, the young couple knelt on a stool covered in a handsome white scarf, heirloom of the groom's family and being over a century old. A beautiful wedding reception and delicious plate luncheon followed with fruit punch and cake, took place im mediately after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Hollister left on the coast train for points north on a brief land no work honeymoon trip, before going to St. James, La., where they will make their future home. The first special musical service of the season at St. John's Episcopal church will be given Sunday afternoon, Nov. 28th at 3:30 p. m. A program will be rendered by the vested choir and other talented musicians. The public is cordially invited to enjoy this musical service. We, too, are becoming a little rest less. We want a job that is all pay the repairing of torpedo boats, etc, in time of need. It will be for the use of all craft in the gulf district, which ex tends from the mouth of the Rio Grande to Key West, Florida. Some of the machinery and equip ment for enlarging the yard has al ready arrived. The U. S. tug Tuscaloosa in com mand of Capt. W. J. Colle, left Wed nesday morning for Gulfport with a section of pontoons for the U. S. dredge Gulfport. I The departure of these boats gave animation to the river front and shows much activity at the government shipyard. outcome of this well another well will Jie put down shortly in the immediate vicinity, it is stated. The home of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Daggett was full of rejoicing Tues day when their infant daughter, Ada- COMEDY COMPANY COMING. The old favorite, the Ed. C. Nutt Comedy Co., under canvas, is billed for Pascagoula all week beginnig Monday, Nov. 22. These players have been coming to our city for years and the nature of their attraction is too well and favorably known to require comment. Popular prices will prevail, and the show this year is better than ever before. Adv. The schooner Hilda M. Stark will arrive Saturday from Mobile to under go repairs at the Gulf Ship Co.'s yard in this city. After a visit ol several nays Wim I cn1trCh. The impressive ceremony Sheriff and Mrs. H. I). Cudabac, Mr. I was performed by Rev. S. Vassiliadi, and Mrs. Matt Cudabac and Miss j (;r0(,k Patriarch of New Orleans, in Thelma Deas left Monday for McLain j lne pregenGe 0f many relatives and for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. friends of the Daggett family. The Horace Howze. Mr. Matt Cudabac ' spo,iSors were Mrs. Frank Moses and ake and the Nr. r- J H. I Slimier entertained PMUy elm, Thursday afternoon. NT roeses addine lo tho mtrart. Of the hoanitinliL. li.titw. Th having previously selected the m year s Friends in this city were saddened by the news of the death of Mrs. Pomeroy Robinson, nee Hazel M. Rus sell, which occurred at Groton, Con necticut, Tuesday. Mrs. Robinson was the daughter of Mr. II. F. Russell of Ocean Springs. She was a most love-j able young matron and unmoored tier friends by the score. The rtmiains were brought to Ocean Springs Friday for burial in Evergreen cemetery. and Miss Thelma Ocas returned Wed nesday and spent until Thursday with Sheriff Cudabac and family when they left on Thursday for their home; at Alberqitoque, N. M and Dallas Texas. John Elmer of Gulfport. Refreshments were bountifully served. PECANS FOR SALE Apply living P. Delmas & Sons Phone 28. Pas cagoula, Miss. ROOMS For light housekeeping or furniitoed rooms. Apply Llndinger House. BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED. RED CROSS ROLL CALL. j The Bridge Club I entertained by Mrs. was H. 1 charmingly Canty at Committies of the local chapter Ited ie,. attractive home on Pascagoula Cross have been calling on the citizens j trc,i on last Saturday afternoon when this week in the annual membership I lu entertalned the bridge Club and FOR SALE 200 feet river front property, near Gull' Ship Co. yard. Ap ply L. E. Cox. AGENTS WANTED-Get into busi ness. Watkins 137 products sell to every farmer. K you own team, rail give bond, write NOTICE OF SALE BY TRUSTEE The State of Mississippi, Jackson County. By virtue of the provisions of a Deed of Trust executed by Sam Titus on the 15th day of May, 1920, to secure the payment of a certain indebtedness, to-wit, the sum of $195.00 (of which $81.75 and interest are now past due) due to Ben Gradford, and default in the payment of said indebtedness hav ing been made, I, as Trustee in said instrument, will on the 6th DAY OF DECEMBER, 1920, within legal hours, at the front door of the court house in said county proceed to sell at pub lic outcry, to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following describ ed property, situated in said county and State and.l escribed as follows, to wit: That piece or parcel of land situated in Sec. No. 1 T. 8 S., R. 6 W., and more particularly described as begin ning at the N. E. corner of land of T. Calhoun and running west 4 chain" and 41 links to the Alabama and Mis ! sissippi Railroad, thence beginning ! again at N. E. corner of the land of T. CalhoUB and running thence north one (1) chain and 12 links; thence west 3 chains and 71 links to the Alabama 'and Mississippi Railroad; thence along j said It. R. to the N. E. comer of the auto or j land of T. Calhoun and place of begin today tin I ntng. Great American Oil Co. to K. Stew art, 2 drill tracts, containing 1,000 sua re ft. each and known as Nos. 23 and 24 in block No. 4 sub-division of 20 acres, known as the nj of se) of nej of 36-7-5. Great American Oil Co. to W. Toniberlln, 2 drill tracts, containing 1,000 square ft. each, and known as Nos. 3 and 4 in block No. 6 sub-division of 20 acres, known as the nj of sej of he of 36-7-5. Great American Oil Co. to W. W. Berry, 2 drill traotB containing 1,000 square ft. each, and known as Nos. 16 and 17 in block No. 9 sub-division A of 20 acres in nej of nel of 36-7-5 Lillian A. Scheffer and husband to T. E. Page, portnon of nwj of nwl and a portion of swi of nwj of 28-7-8, $3400. Nettle David Carter and husband to L, N. Dantzler Lumber Co., sol of swi and swj of sej of 18-4-7 also ne of nw of 19-4-7, $400. Robert A. Friar to L. N. R. R. Co., part of lot No. 1 in block 52, town of Ocean Springs in 19-7-8, 60x120 ft., $350. O. M. Mitchell and wife to L. & N. R. R. Co., parcel of land in town of Ocean Springs commencing at Cox road and Raynor St. 130x34 ft. In 19-7-8, $2.;50. John F. Krebs to Joseph Sparenburg, parcel of land 209x319 ft. in 17-8-6, $350. On the 5th instant, a fine boy baby was born to Mr. and Mrs, C. O. Brady at South Pascagoula. A large wild goose was shot and killed near East Point au Chene by Mr. Charlie Bogdan in the first part of the week. Mrs. Elena Josephine Ellis, wife of Mr. John Ellis, died Tuesday at the family home here, aged 61 years. The remains were taken to Ocean Springs for interment. Miss Mamie Canty returned this week from a delightful visit of several weeks with relatives in New Orleans. Mrs. L. U. Dodson left last Wednes day for Covington, La., after spending the summer in Pascagoula. FOR SALE Ivers & Pond Piano, in Jirst class condition. Cheap. Call and see it at L. D. Herrlck's residence, South Pascagoula St. Some men are always ready to lis ten to reason of their own brand. The ladies of the Catholic Aid Society will give a bazaar and dance in the Catholic Ladies Club House. Ker street, Wednesday, November 24, commencing at three p. m. Admission free. Refreshments for sale. Every one cordially invited. ing Pi this work, had the Saturday st as their chosen subject meeting, interesting Diners PI coniritiiiied b u . ,i ... . s J Hounds ind P I'nlmn I'nl- " the tiki program the hostess served M salad course with tea. r McGruder tnee Miss Mclnnisl of Slarkxrillo la wUlt. ' r moth. r Mrs. Rachel Mclnnis UNION SERVICE. Thursday, November 25 will be our national Thanksgiving Day. The Methodist and Presbyterian ministers have designed a union service which will be conducted at the Methodist church on Thursday morning at 11 o'clock, Rev. I. H. Moore, the pastor of the Methodist church will deliver the sermon. Special music is already , , i,,. tho . l,f ii nf flip oeing a 1 1 ti ii. 1 1 " j -- two churches. Remember the date and honor us with your presnce at the First Methodist church. On Sabbath. November 28th. a pro tracted meeting will begin at the Pres. byterian church. Rev. Frank E. Fincei . one of the Assembly's general evange lists, will do the preaching. Miss Dan Harbeson, a talented musician will ac company Dr. Fincher and wil render special music at each of the services. The services will continue through Sabbath, December 5th. The members and non-members of all the churches re Invited to sttend these services. W. P. CHALMERS, Minister. drive. The work of the Red Cross is too well known to require comment. Every man, woman and child in the city should at least enroll as a member by paying the annual dues of one dollar. Those who can afford a do nation for the local work should not hesitate to give something additional. Mr. Ivrf Schiavon returned Monday from New York and Washington. While in Washington he conferred with the heads of the vocational trail ing department relative to the train ing school here. While nothing has as yet been actually signed between the government and the International Shipbuilding Co., the prospects for the location of the school here are excellent. The up keep of n public park is very essntial to the progress of a wide awake community. The emebllish ment of a public play ground is both attractive and necessary. The Two Table Bridge Club was de lightfully entertnined by Misses Ollie Ford and Edith Lloyd on Wednesday evening at the hospitable home of Mrs. J. I. Ford. a Master of guests at action, cut flowers and ferns were the lovely dec orations used for the occasion and Bvc tables were arranged for tin players in the lovely reception rooms when three intresting games of auction were enjoyed. The club prise, a handsome silver Vanity case, was won by Mis Belle Bailey, and the guests prize, a silver vanity case, was won by Mis Mrs. E. B. Dunten. Follow ins: the games a delicious plate luncheon of salad, sandwiches, olives and .lax w is served, the winsome little daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Canty, lone and Eileen, assisting gracefully in serving. The guests participating in the delightful afternoon with the club members were: Mrs. W. M. Canty, Miss Marian Canty. Miss Adele Krebs. Mrs. J. H. Willamsen, Mrs. T. B. Kell. Mrs. J. A. Tabor, Mrs. E. B. Dunten, Miss Edith Lloyd, Miss Estelle Watkins. SHERIFF'S SALE. Wm. D. Bullard, Plaintiff, No. 2209 vs. John Wells, Defendant. I, H. I). Cudabac, the undersigned Sheriff of Jackson County, State of Mississippi, will on MONDAY the 6th DAY of DECEMBElt. A. D. 1920, be tweeu the hours of eleven o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p. m sell at auction to the highest bidder or bidders for cash, at the front door of the Court house of Jackson County in the City of Pascagoula, in said County and State, the following described prop erty, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the hereinafter mentioned writ and all cost, to-wit: An undivided one-ninth interest in and to the following described lands and improvements situated thereon. Information where yon cm get ter- witness my band, this toe Xd day or j aDQ more particularly described tot ritory for selling products ol largest N.ivember.A. I). 192U. institution of kind in world. Twenty CHAS. E. CHIDSEY, Trust million users. J. R. Watkins Com-j pan. Dept. 110 Winona. Minnesota NOTICE OF 19-.-5.Th i Eliza SHERIFF'S SALE Williams, No. 2126 Marthaler. I, the. undersigned, Hlienl son County Mississippi, will, DAY the 6th DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. 1920. between the hours pi alt veu o'clock a. in. and four O'clock p. m., sell Bt auction to the highest bidder nr bidders for cash, at the front door SALE BY TRUSTEE. State of Mississippi. Jackson County. By virtue oft he provisions of a v. Otis Deed ot Trust executed by T. Calhoun on the 15th day of May, 1920, to se 0( jaefc. cure the payment of a certain in oti MON- debtedness, to-wit, the sum ol $250.00 t $60.00 of which is now past due) due lows: NJ and WJ of SWi, and NW1 of SEJ, section 0 township 6 range 5 ! West. S'l of SEL section 1 town ship 5 south, range 6 west, NEJ of NW, section 12 township 5 range 6 west, and BE 0( NEJ section 24 town ship 5 range t; west, and Si of NWJ of NWJ and BW'j NWJ and NWJ of BW and Stt'i oi W',. see. $5, in tp. 5 south, range 6 west, and lot 1 or El of NEJ and SI of lot 2 or SWJ of NEJ and NJ of lot 6 or NWJ ot SEJ and lot 7 or EJ Of SKI and SWJ of SWJ Ol Si to Ben Gradford, and default in th nt of said indebtedness having 0f lot 4. in section 26. township S mat been made, 1. as Trustee in said In strument, will on the 6th DAY OF Ol !ie Court House in the City of DECEMBER, 1920, within legal hours, Mrs. L. S. Gilmer of HestOflbUTI Ala., joined her mother, Mrs. John V. Morgan of Mobile Thursday and CMM down on the afternon train to spend the Thanksgiving season with her parents. Parcagoula. Jackson County, M slppi. the following described properly, or so much thereof as may be nSCs sary to satisfy the hereinafter mention ed writ and all costs, to-wit: West half of West half of lot No. four (4). Section No. 22. Town-hip six 1 6) South. Msg four t4 West, lakon County. Mississippi. said at the front door of the court houst in said county proceed to sell at pub lic outcry, to the highest and best bid der for cash, the following described property, situated in said county and Stati and described as follows, to wit: Thai certain piece or parcel of land in Sec. 1, T 8 S., It. 6 W.. and more par ticularly described as follows: Begin- The Britsh schooner E. A. Sabean, cleared today for Havaja. Cuba, with On Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock a Thanksgiving party will be e-lven at the Beach school for the t . it., i v i,,t7i..r entertainment of the children and a lunmer cargu uum .- . . - i - - - i,- nine at the southeast comer of the Ben property Having ih-cii n-n-'i - n the r.ih dar of November. A. D. Gradford's eight (8) acres tract near 1S20, as the property nl Otfcl KM 6, and W'i of WJ section 19 in town ship 5 range 5 west, and El of section 31 in township 5 rani;;' west, and SWJ of SWJ of section .2 in town ship 5 range 5 west, all in Jackson County. State of Mississippi. The said one-ninth interest of the said de fendant, John Wells, in the above dp scribed property being the intrest of tl . in I luhii Wells, defendant, in the he late M. Q. Wells, de property having been levied mi by me on the 26th day of A H. 192", as the property thaler by virtue of a writ ot execution Issued in the shore StyM PPM l W C. Havens, Circuit Clerk of Jackson County, Miss., on the Sth day of Sept. j A. D. 1920. Witness my signature, this the 5th day of November, A. D. 1920. H. D. CUDABAC, ' Sheriff the Alabama and Mississippi Railroad of the said .lohn Wells, defendant, by and tunning tin in MsM I I virtueo f a writ of execution issued in 50 links and them e north 1 . hams i the above styled case by W. C. HartSM, and 1 links: thence west 4 chains and Cin oil clerk of Jackson County. Mia 44 links, thence along the said rail- sissippi, on the 26th day of October, road to place of beginning. j 1920. , Witness tny hand, this the 2d day of I Witness my signature, this the 12th November. A. CHAS. 1920. CHIDSEY, Trustee. day of November. A. D. 1920. H. D. CI DABAC. Sheriff. Lumber Co. parents.