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STAR CHRONICLE Ifllcial Paper ot SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 Per Year fttyand County 1 il VOLUME LXXVI PAgCAgOULA, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1920 TTMkrR . 1 8 EL nniftlT lu- 8- senator pat harrison ! rivers and harbors congress 1 4m.mM.!..r.!.V.'..: , -, 1 m rUlH I V.SITS PASCAGOULA THIS WEEK.! WILL MEETIN DECEMBER. !j! MEMORIES OF. "1 THmNG CLRAT,ON. " ' HAPPENINGS Items From Our Sister City fcleaned by the Chronicle-Star FT" Correspondent. Lard Bragg f Garyville, Ln., Cjeveral days here this week with unt, Hiss i.oiue njuii ... Mrs. R. ti. iieau. Margaret Coulson was a recent If to New uriBuiiD. ( T. E. Spencer was a visuor 10 La Wednesday. L. A. P. Gordon will till the pulpit e Baptist church at the morning i evening service Sunday. He ar jj Wednesday and during his stay Jls a guest at the home of Mr. and IK. W. Burnham. H(8n McKacliem of the Camp Md sfhool spent Thanksgiving (With his grand parents, distinguished visitor here last k was Miss Kate Powell of Jack Miss Power was here in the in- it of the Fourth Red Cross Roll n, W. B. Herring left Tuesday for eek's visit io Fayatte, where Mr. ring is temporarily located, re. E. K, Oantt is visiting relatives lontgoniery this week. t ami Mrs. T. S. De Lashment ami R, ('. Eley attended the wedding tyae Carrie Givens In Mobile Wed lay. H. Fred Herring left Tuesday for lU to Mr. and Mrs. N. At. MdnnlS family at Piave. n. H. ('. Herring spent several , In Mobile this week, where sh'1 lief treatment of an ear specialist, r, and Mrs. H. B, Overstreet and i daughter spent Thanksgiving In brt, the guests of Rev. W. M. van and family. 18 Lottie Hyatt is the guest of her (, Mrs. Seotl Denny in Mobile week. I G. W. Bowen was a visitor to le last Friday. , John 1. Ellis left Friday for a to friends in Woodville before go li the annual conference which lies in Brookhaven Dee. 1st. twill be no preaching service at lethodisi chureh for then ext two ays. representative number of the Idlet S. S. met at the home of A. M. Cowan Tuesday afternoon ck a Thanksgiving box for the ten of the Methodist Orphanage ekson. When complete the box ranted at $;t)0 and contained , shoes, hats and other wearing tl. Mrs. Cowan served delicious tffee and cake to those present. United States Senator B. P. Harrison , Following the preliminary announce. better known among hosts of old time luent sent out a month ago, the official friends here as "Pat," came over from Call for the Sixteenth" Convention of his home at Gulfport Wednesday and j the Nat'l Rivers and Harbors Congress spent the day in Pascagoula. The I has now been Issued. Like all the Senator is looking well and happy, de-! recent conventions of the Congress spite his several months strenous this will be held in the New Willard labors as manager of the speakers' I Hotel, Washington, D. C, the dates he bureau of the national Democratic! j ing Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, campaign committee, which work was the eighth, ninth and tenth of De- preceded by a long and tedious sitting self with the needs of the port of Pas of the Chronicle-Star if he had any thing to say for publication the Sen ator stated his visit was entirely a friendly and social one, to renew old acquaintances and to familiarize him self with the needs of the port of Pas cagoula and thus be enable to better present plans for its further develop ment nt the next session of congress. comber. While the entire program has not been announced, it is evident that there will be no lack of interesting addresses and that an unusual number of import ant questions will be presented for dis cussion. Decided differences of opin lion exist on certain subjects and some live, snappy debates may be expected. Everybody knows that waterways are very much less used in the United 'You might mention," said he, "that States, than they are In Europe. Maj. I am just as approachable as when T represented the people as district at torney." The Senator was entertained by a few friends at an informal luncheon at the Olympia Hotel. MEMORIES OF. OLO PASCAGOULA. By uncle; martin. i The Star of September 12, 1874, tells how B. .lones saved his Irish potatoes In the summertime: "They ripened in i uesday last, the occasion being a sort of Thanksgiving get-together meeting for the purpose of promoting good fellowship and frntemitv among may, were dug in the morning, the sunt the members, and of presenting serv EMILE H. KREBS. Mr. Emile H. Krehs, aged (J7 years and four days, died at his home at East Side Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, after a long illness. The fun eral took place Thursday afternoon from the residence, proceeding to the Catholic church at Pascagoula, and thence to Maohpelah cemetery for internment. The services were con ducted by Rev. B. O. O'Reilly. Deceased was a member of an old and prominent family In this section. Ho is survived by his wife, three sons and two daughters, Messrs. Chas. H., R. B. and E. H. Krebs, Jr., of East Side, Mrs. F. H. Fielding of New Jersey and Mrs. J. C. McCune of Bogalusa. La.: ten grandchildren: four brothers and one sister, Messrs. H. J., E. E.. J. J. and Chas, L. Krebs and Mrs. C. A. Moore, all of Pascagoula. GEORGIA CO. TO MAKE TEST. HENRY BLUMER DEAD. re reached this city late Thurs t the death of Mr. J. H. Blumer. Olnent and widely known busi Bn of Moss Point. His death US to acute Blights' disease, enured tit his homo Thursday xm at :i o'clock. Funeral will )lace this afternoon at three t from the Presbyterian church I Point, interment at Griffin ry. A more detailed account death will appear in next week's ide-Star. Local interest in the well of the Georgia Co. is again intense, following the announcemnt that a test is to be made for oil at 2004 feet. After a long shut-down, due to dissensions in the company. Mr. Pitts assumed charge of operations and has reopened the well. B. .....I ....... l.rt ... (hn ...iHiM; fill ' OH U.3HBM WHO ll c ni lilt uuin.n .- a successful well that casing was llh- i Gen. Lansing H. Beach, Chief of 'Engineers, U. S. Army, lias some very positive views as to the reasons why waterways are so little used In this country and the things that must be done before the situation can be changed. The National Rivers and Harbors Congress took the lead in securing tiie important provisions for the benefit of waterways and water transportation which are included in the Transporta tion Act. Under one of these pro visions there has been created the Div ision of Inland and Coastwise Water Service, of which Brig. Gen. W. D. Con nor is Chief. Among other tilings this Division has charge of the Government barge lines on the Mississippi and Warrior rivers and the Now York State canals. It is no secret that most old-time steamboat men think that the tow-! 1 boats which have been built for use on these barge lines, all of which are of I teins this item: the "tunnel" type, will prove to lie dis astrous failures. Some of the new tow botas are now in use and a report on their performance Ms awaited with much interest. Gen. Connor's address will he illustrated with moving pic tures. All active workers for the Improve ment of waterways are familiar with the methods followed for thirty years or more in the formulation of Rivers and Harbors Bills, but mighty few of them have any idea how it is to be done in the future. Just before the close of the last session the House passeil a resolution which puts all not allowed to shine upon them. A layer of potatoes was spread on the ground and barely allowed to touch each other, then a layer of earth, then another of potatoes, and so on until the heap was completed In the shape of a pyramid. I then covered the whole with earth six or eight inches deep to prevent them sprouting, oak bushes were placed on top of the heap, the leaves of which protected from the sun and turned off a portion of the water that fell during the rains. The earth in which they were banked was moist but sandy and a ditch was left around i been confined to his bed for the past them to drain off the water. About 8 year and a half, unable to attend the or 10 of the potatoes placed in the bank lodge meetings, but under the guise of decayed. A remnant, of these potatoes 1 attending a banquet, he was induced are still in the banjj, and sound." to come out that night, and was com Tho Star of September 12, 1874, 1 pletely taken by surprise, as the sec gives the following account of a coast jretary pinned the medal upon his coat military organization: "Biloxi Guards, with touching and affectionate words. i military company, which has been . Captain Meade replied feeelingly ex- At a meeting of the board of dlrec- Quite a number of Odd Fellows, tors of the Seacoast Oil Co. held here members of Pascagoula Lodge No. 45, Tuesday afternoon it was determined, enjoyed a most delightful evening on in view of the splendid indications for oil now present, to continue drilling to a depth of at least 4000 feet If necessary. The well is now down to 3123 feet. Several gas showings have been encountered In the past few days and each one is stronger than its pre decessor. So well pleased were the directors that those present at the meeting subscribed $2750 additional stock, and the secretary was notified to wire Dr. Clark to resume the sale of stock. The driller reported another gas pocket Saturday and another Tuesday. The drill for the past five or six hundred feet has been penetrating one after another strata of limerock, shale and sandstone. Scouts for several of the big oil companies have been watching de velopments closely and indications point to a big well, so they say. ice medals to the faithful members The regular business of the Lodge was disposed of in short order, in cluding the conferring of the third de gree upon Brother Freeman Olson, alter which the rules of order were suspended; and under the head of special business, twenty-five year service medals were conferred upon Captain J. W. Meade, the venerable and much beloved treasurer of the Lodge, and Vincent Ros, the faithful secretary. It was a memorable and aftecting scene. Captain Meade had REAL ESTATE IN uriwiN rniiurv uiiuiiuuii uuuiill Recorded In Chancery Clerk's Office for Week Ending October 29. November 19th. organized at Biloxi ith CO men enroll ed on the !Jth and expecting to have full a hundred before the end of the week, ns writes Lieutenant Harrison, to whom we are indebted for a list of the officers: A. J. Meant, captain; R. CaiUanat, 1st lieut, .1. Meant, 2nd. pressing his gratification at being able to attend a lodge meeting once more, and his gratitude for having so hand somely been remembered by his brethren of the order. Rev. John Chip man presented the medal to Brother 'Vincent Ros, who responded in his lieut., W. T. Harrison. 3rd lieut., E. inimical manner, the entire lodge Meaut, 1st sergt., M. Green, 2nd sergt., standing during the most interesting P. F. Meaut, 3rd. sergt., J. Marion, 4th I ceremony. It was a history making sergt., J. CaiUanat, ,1 5th sergt., .1. moment for Pascagoula No. 45, and a Bergue, M. J. Longer J. W. Henley, j touching as well as happy precursor of RED CROSS MOVES INTO NEW QUARTERS corporals, Pascal Meaut, color bearer, Dr. C. P. Angell, surgeon. The Star of September 12. 1S74, con- tho sumptuous repast that was to fol low. Immediately upon closing of the nnwnr tn frame annronriation bills in- mediately ordered and will be set on ft Qf ( gmgl(j 00mmttteB arrival. As about ten days or two weeks is required for setting the cas ing, no developments are expected be fore about the 15th of December. The drillers and those connected with the operations seen absolutely confident of bringing in a good well. Messrs. J. C. Barber and John Elmer of Gulfport spent Sunday with Mr. W. A. Daggett and family. These gentle men have charge of the Gulfport store of Daggett's. SONG SERVICE. first musical service of the sea ' St. John's Episcopal church assisted by prominent local SHERIFF'S SALE. Wm. D. Bullard, Plaintiff, No. 2209 vs. John Wells, Defendant. I, If. I). Cudabac, the Undersigned Sheriff of Jackson County, State of Mississippi, will on MONDAY the 6th DAY of DECEMBER, A. D. 1920, be tween the hours of eleven o'clock a. in. 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 which is to be composed of thirty-live members, It seems there is still to be a Rivers and Harbors Committee, although it will not frame Rivers and Harbors Bills. Hon. S. Wallace Dempsey, M. C., whose home is at Loekport, N. ., has been a member of the Committee for several years and It Is understood that he will be its Chairman in the next Congress. His address on ''Fu ture River and Harbors Bills" will no doubt clear up a number of points which are now obscure. From various quarters demands are being made for still more radical Chances in the methods of handling the improvement of waterways. Some urge the creation of a new Department of Public Works and other the appoint ment of a Waterways Commission. Some of the advocates of these two plans want to take away from Con gress the power to decide what should be done and from the Army Engineers the execution of the works that are ordered. Oothers believe that Con gress should outline a general plan and then turn over a lump sum each year to the Army Engineers to be expend ed according to their judgment. There is a general impression that, among other changes that will be made by the Administration that will come "At a regular meet- j Lodge, the banquet committee, con ing of Orange Grango No. 585 on Mon- sisting of Brothers E. B. Dunten. day, Si'pt. Till, 1871, the following Jules Morlet, Christian Seiler and W. officers were electedfor the ensuing!?. Chalmers, took charge of the hall, year: "John R. Hankness, master; j and soon had a table the entire length John E. Morrison, overseer; W. H.I of the hall set and decorated with Price, lecturer; B. Dispone, steward; j fruits and flowers and filled to its J. W. Jordan, asst. steward; W. M. j capacity with a number of good things Jordan, chaplain; C. Thompson, treas-1 that tended to reach to the innermost urer: C. K. Browning, secretary; J. ; recess of a man's physical nature and Henley, gate keeper; Mrs. M. Henley, to loosen the pent up feelings of fel Ceres; Mrs. E. Jordau, Pomena; Mrs. lowship that are latent in every good A. E. Morrison. Flora; Miss Maggie Odd Fellow's heart and soul, Brother Henley, lady assistant steward. ' E. B. Dunten acted as toastmaster, and The Star of Sept. 39th, 1S74, makes ; gracefully and happily performed the Headquarters of the Pascagoula Red Cross Chapter are now located In the old store building, next to Daggett's store, Krebs avenue. The building is large and commodious, affording ample space for the various activities of tin Red Cross. A reading and rest room is now being fitted up, and the free library is being moved into this room Ladies shopping or those from out of town are invited to make use of the Red Cross rooms when they desire to rest. FEDERAL COURT. the announcement tU)i 'Silt, A. Hardin is our authorized agent for Star at St. Louis, Mo., and is authorise M. duties of hie office. Short after dinner speeches were made by a number of the members, the principal one being ed to receive subscriptions and adver-,the response to the toast "Friendship" tisements for the same." i by Bro. W. P. Chalmers, whose sallies The Star of November 21, 1874, has of wit, interspersed with anecdotes and this to say about ehinaberries. "Now reminiscetises, as well as appropriate is the time to save ehinaberries to references to the gospel of fellowship, place around your cabbage plants to j put the banqueters in most happy kill cutworms and prevent the destruc-; frame of mind, and for more than an Hon of the plants. This information hour morosity and pessimism went up alone is worth more than a year's sub- in the smoke of fragrant cigars amid scriptiou to the Star. The china-'the many happy expressions of the berries, if crushed, will not only de- j speakers. stroy the cutworm, but is as good a Pascagoula Lodge No. 45 is in a manure as cotton seed. Try the plan." prosperous condition, has a faithful The Star contains this item: "Mar-: and efficient set of officers, and a ried: at Grand Bay, Dec. 16, 1874, at I membership of earnest, fraternal the residence of the bride's father, by brothers, of which any organization the Rev. John Williamson, Oscar T. should be proud, and the Lodge is do Cassiby to Cynthia E. Cunningham. : ing good work in the community. The No cards." celebration and banquet above men- The Star of September 26, 1874, j tloned was a happy thought to get out prints this account of the Ocean! a larger attendance and increase inter Springs Military Company: "Lieut. If. jest in the work of the Lodge, and the S. Park kindly furnishes us the fol-j result seems to have justified the Biloxi. Miss., Nov. 23. The United States District Court has gotten down to business, with the organization of the grand and petit juries and consid erable business has already been trans acted for the term which probably will be completed by the first of next week owing to the manner in which Judge Edwin Holmes is conducting it. The case of the Ingram Day Lumber Com pany vs the United States Shipping Board, Emergency Fleet Corporation, was called to trial Tuesday. This case arose over an account claimed by the plaintiff and it was taken from the Jackson county court, where a judg ment was granted, the United States attorney obtaining an injunction to re strain furtber prosecution pending the hearing in the federal court. Mr. and Mrs. Claud E. Toussel and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Billhartz of New Orleans are guests of their uncle, Mr. Jules Morlet. Both young couples are on a honeymoon trip. Mr. Toussel and Miss Camilla Lapayade were married on the 25th, and Mr. Billhartz and Miss Alice L. Toussel on the 24th. All the young folks were residents of New Orleans. uu, will he held next Sunday pat 8:30 o'clock at the church, and to the following described lands ' which the public iH cordially and improvements situated thereon me inflowing program will I and more particularly descriiicd as mi-, pmv(,r on tne fourth of next dred, with Mrs. J. W. Frellsen lows: NJ and WJ of SWJ. and NWJ ... .. change in the method of SEJ, section 5 township 6 range 5 t of deJktns wi,, tne improvement of West, SWJ of SEJ. section 1 town-, rivprt) an, harbors. If press report "g at tin- organ: ! "'Rpjoii -i Rejoice, Believers,' MB Rev. John Chipman. -"The Holy fit,., Mr K Barq "U. lte joyful in the Ird." -"Teach t0 pri-,y;' Mrs R rers. er. All Hail the i ower of Josus' ' congregation. -"Open i. Gates." Mr. J. W ship 5 south, range 6 west. NE'. of ()f a(!llr(,SS(,s ma,ic By President-elect NWi section 12 township 5 range 6 IIar(ijllg a!e correct, he believes a west, and SEJ of NE1 section 24 town-. chal1KC ,-9 desiable and is Inclined to ship 5 range 6 west, and Si of NWi favor tllo appointment ot' a Com of NWJ and SWi NWJ and NWI of nlisslon. Further study may change SW and S 1 of SWJ, sec. 25. in tp. njs opiiOI1 however, and a discussion 5 south, range 6 west, and lot 1 or LJ gf ,h,. various plans proposed should of NE1 and Si of lot 2 or SWI of NF.i h,, a interesting and valuable feature and Ni of lot 6 or NWJ of SEJ and lot (lf ,he Convention. 7 or El of SEJ and SWJ of SWJ or Si . of lot 4, in section 26. township 5 range Masters Dees Cudabac, Glascow $, and WJ of WJ section 19 in town- cowa, Harold Huntsberger. Graham d Cborus -'Sun of My Soul." ship 5 range 5 west, and EJ of section um, Robert Kell and Tom Mor k O. Munsiin. soprano; Mrs. W. 31 in township 5 range 5 west, and ris aml Misses Gussie Sbelton. Kath 'U. Mr. E liarq. Mr. .1. W. i SWJ of SWJ of section 32 in town ,pen Kell Eunice Bugge. Alici effort, which, no doubt, will hi peated at some future day lowing roster of our neighbor's organ ization, which he writes, "now number 70, with constant accessions:" R. A. Vancleave, captain; J. E. Clark, 1st lieut., A. France, 2nd lieut., M. S. Park, 3rd lieut., Tom Ames, 1st sergt., Antoine Ryan. 2nd sergt., Alfred Ryan, 3rd sergt., Tom Armstrong, 4th sergt., F. W. Illing, ordnance, Hero Bellman. 1st corporal, William Ames, 2nd cor poral, John Sodin. 3rd corporal, Nar cisse Seymour, bugler, Dr. S. Buford. surgeon, with rank 1st lieutenant. The Star of November 28, 1874. men tions this item about a dainty flavored fruit thai flourishes on the Gulf Coast: i NOTICE OF SALE BY A Chinese quince is laid upon our! The State of Mississippi Chancery court is still in session. Very few cases of public importance have come up at this term. Last week's session was devoted principally to estate and land matters and num erous divorce suits have held the boards this week. About twenty di vorce cases have been disposed of so far. Aimeee Josephine, the lovely infant I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelo Ros, MFMBFR was Christened at Our Lady of Vic- , 1 tories Catholic church on Friday Mrs. Emma Krebs will return home afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, Rev. Father the first of next week from the in B. O'Reilly officiating at the impres firmmv at Mobile where she recentlv ! sive ceremony in the presence of the undrwent a successful operation for appendicitis. Judge Chas. E. Chidsey attended federal court in Biloxi several days this week. immediate relatives and a few intimate friends. The sponsors were ivlester Armand Pelham. the handsome little son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pelham. and lovely little Irene Macheca of New Orleans, a cousin of Mrs. llos. Mr. P. II. Rodrigue. well known TRUSTEE. J merchant of this city, is in New Orleans and will be operated upon at iTouro Infirmary Saturday morning for appendicitis. W. B. Herring to George A. Peabody, 10 acres in ne of sw of 28-6-5, $100. Mrs. Mary Virginia Barrow to S. R. Ratcliff, several pieces of land ln 19-6-6 and in 25-6-7, $75. Nat Bilbo and wife to Nathan Bess, 4 acres in sej of 5-6-7, $20. J. C. Nelson to J. A. Gray, lot No. 1 of J. C. Nelson sub-division of lots 52 and 53 of Delmas Bros, sub-division of Sarrazin tract in 11-8-6, $200. J. A. Gray to Louisa Alexander Gray, lot No. 1 of J. C. Nelson sub-division of lots 52 53 of Delmas Bros, sub-div ision of Sarrazin tract in 11-8-6, $1. Olive B. Pollock to Edward Bang, lot No. 40 of Chicot Park sub-division of Bellview property 66x262 ft. in 18-8-5, $100. W. E. Frederic et al to Mrs. P. Beck, lease for two years on certain property on north side of Delmas ave. lying east of and adjacent to Grandlund's store, and known as the Union Restaurant, in city of Pascagoula at $33.50 per month. United States of America to Albert L. Delmas, patent for the lot No. 2 of 1S-8-5 containing 28 acres. W. Paul Hosier to G. A. Oldhue, lot 69 of a plat of land of Mrs. Eugenie Baptislc containing 52 acres in 18-8-5 except a piece 441x941 feet also lot 2 of Greenwood Island survey in 18-8-5 also all interest in the Pecan Land Company situated in Jackson county, Miss., and all small seedling and graft ed trees on the land of George Ladnier and the lease of George Ladnier's, $1. Great American Oil Co. to Miss Beulah Orr, 4 drill tracts, containing 1,000 square ft. each, and known as Nos. 19, 20, 21, 22 in block No. 4 sub- divison A. of 20 acres more or less, in nej of nej of 36-7-5. George C. Robinson to Edward Lud- wig Zansler, Sr.. et al. lots 68, 69 and 86 in block 3 of suburban acres sub division said lots consist of 25.7 acres, more or less, $1. Peter Cannett to William Steven Moore, parcel of land having a width saet and west of 172 ft. and a depth north and south of 120 ft. in 16-7-9, $450. Ira A. Gingery and wife to Joseph Stabl, lot 21 In block E and lot 21 in block A. in Fairview sub-division to Pecan, Miss., same being part of ne of nej of 12-7-5, $1. Miss Grace Denny visited Mobile Thursday. After a delightful visit of several weeks here nt Bellevieu, Miss Olive Pollack and Mrs. Charles Dickinsheets and little daughter left Tuesday for New Orleans, where Miss Pollack will spend the winter and Mrs. Dickin sheets and little daughter will meet Mr. Dickinsheets and return here with him for a stay of a month before going lo their home in t'uba. Mrs. F. H. Delmas visited relatives in New Orleans last week. The fishing ifi the rivers, bayous and lakes adjacent to Pascagoula has never been better than this fall. The cold weather has driven large numbers of speckled trout and red fish from sclt water into these streams and seme splendid catches are being made. NOTICE OF SALE BY TRUSTEE The Stale of Mississippi. Jackson Count . By virtue of the pru:.ons of a Deed of Trust executed by Sam TUus on the 15th day of May. 1920, to secure the payment of a certain indebtedness, to-wit. the sum of $195.00 tof which $M Tr. and interest are now past duel due to Ben Giadford. and default in the payment of said indebtedness hav- t:ihle crown uuoi, the plantation Of I Jackson County. D A Fort, esq.. 6 miles from Grand i By virtue oft he provisions of a n..v hM. Mteh. 1 nounds 2 ounces, i Deed of Trust executed by T. Calhoun; , . , t. . i.Jmi tin. lr.th ilav of Mav 1920. to so-, Tlie Beach school attracted a mini ber i It would DDI lane a lew such, in ni.in. - - I - - Ke.. ,:ie .. Trustee in said ! marmalade or preserves enough for a ''..re the payment or a cer.ain in- ot patrons am. cn.mrei. . ....., .. v , - - - - fmilv" Idebtedness. to-wit, the sum of $250.00 .evening. Besides the enjoyable exer- Instrument, will on. the 6th DAY OF ! 8ma" fa"'"- ! ,,60.00 of which is now past duel duej eises by the pupils. Mrs. Allred an.l be, ; DECEMBER, IM0. within legal hours, White rnd Miss ( ox. i at Tie- i.ont oot oi un- emm uuqw Next Sundav. Nov. 28ih. service will . to Ben Gradford. and default in tfce I aaaiatanti, Mi be hel.l in the forenoon only, at 10 i payment of said indebredness having j entertained the mothers o'clock. Sunday school meets at 9 o'clock. REV. Will. WEDIG. Pastor. been made. I. as Trustee in said in Pascagoula South n. said county proceed Ut sell at pub- lie OUtrry, to the highest and best ! bidder for cash, the following desrrih- iu an enjoyable dance at the home of Betion. atonal- The March to lor a net the dance. and refreshing fruir punch was served during the evening T "Jerusalem " Mis n V ' Cnnntv Slate of Mississippi. The said ' i one-ninth interest of the said de "Mv Senl I .... I , ' - -' Inhn Wells ill lht allOVC lie -. in.1,1 lliaEIIII. iriiiiBiiv. - - - . isrnoed properly m-in un- hosts. A vu troia iurnisiieii uie uunu I the said John Wells, defendant, in the Vic estate of the late M. Q. Wells, de- ! reused, said properry having been levied on by me on the 2Sth day of L r Kramer returned from October. A. D. 1J20. as the propeity ' Wftities.iav. where he speni of the said John Wells, defendant, by in the infirmary, where virtueo f a writ of execution kSMSSsi in rweni a - .u- - ,..i,i ..u. hr VA" (' Havens. - i-imumi tiptTlllliill hit- m uu.r Di.'u . -y - nis ' v- i Circuit Clerk of Jackson County. MIs- 1 1 - en ihp ?fith dav of October.1 Don'i miss the T " ' ' " ' W. Milner .,.! C. .Ltl J i qoa shiD 5 range 5 west, all in Jackson Pamnl and Margie Scott participated I .i liu. ..,, , lb. hihot and best bid ilhincs are euual or near equal The I Hat piece or par. ei oi lan.i M.uaira - . . - a.il.ivni ,i HI. ID III I III I . l.M: V U. m wmij. - r. - otmn . nt will on the 6th iA Or i . ' Dh t.MBER. 1920. within legal hours. The meaning of upright dealing iscd property, situ: 1 in said county at the front door of the court house to show preference to your home aid State sudd ascribed as fellows, to- -;.i m.i.iv nnieee.l in tell nt nub -! men ha nl when it is positive that wit dance at the Home Thursday night. der fur cash the following described j prosperity of a rown depends upon ! in See. No. IT s S It W Mr. W. M. Denny last Friday evening.. oi(assjon ,.as flirnished : property, situated in said county and I local palronage. Buy at home. when these young peop.e e,e ....... .... ...at It,, nrchest. a State and described as inflows, .own and more paurUcalart) described as begin- naj at the N. K. corner of land of T. of the Ed. C. playing here. Mrs. I. Kinihell ami nine son. .-.snam. : ncs(i.lv , N W Orleans. Jr.. left Wednesday for a visit with ( ' Mrs. Walker Ingram al Pensacola. ( Mr nd Mrg John 1 watts speut Fla , n iianksgiving in the Crescent City. . . . ... . ..- . i. ... . ...... t-...l I. am., we.l. I a I In. 11 1 a . r 1 u west n ii o 1 1 " Nu.t Comedy Co.. now That cerlaiu p.ec, or pare ... - 1, " , lb. ruhmM ani. M. ill Sec 1 T 8S.R 6 W.. an.l more par nesnay evening. sue ; " li. nlariy described as follows: Begin ing the Sacred 1 le irt Convent lo spend sii It .ill I. H.cnre h, ginning at the southeast corner of the Ben i the Thanksgiving holidays w.m ass- ( again a. . r. .....,,....- .. mother. Mrs. J 1 Koid and family. ,1 ailioun ami running nieiue a (1) chain and 12 links; thence west Miss Forrestine Delmas spent Wed .ningi ' '.ii n- l llllllll-ll lV. . . , 'Mday to spend several J Witness my signature, this the 121h Dance." with Mae Murray and David f ""ber. W. M. Denny and ! day of November. A. D. 120. Powell m the sie.ia ro.es. H. P. Cl'DABAC. Sheriff .'the Warfield. adv. big George Fiti- . Mr. D. W. Snow.len spent Thanks maurice production "On With the giving day in Mobile. Miss Theresa Johnson was a visitor to Mobile Saturday. Gra.lford's eight t8 acres Md near the Alabama and Mississippi Itailmad and running thence east 6 chains and 50 links and thence north 3 chains and 16 links: thence west 4 chains and 44 links: thence along tfca said rail road to place of beginning. Witness my hand, this the 2d day of November, A. D. 1920 CHAS. E. CHIDSEY Trustee Misses Camille Poitevent and Annias Z chains and Tl links to the Alabama W all,, i spent Thanksgiving Day in i slid Mississippi Uailr.. id . then, e along Biloxi with Mr. and Mra. V. J. A. said R R. to Hi. N. K corner of the To,cei. hand of T. Calhoun and place of begln- j ning. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gautier and j Witness my baud, this the 2d day of Miss Josie Gautier of Gautier visited I Novcniber.A. D. 1920 relative, here Friday. I CHAS. E. CHIDSEY. Trustea.