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The Neshoba. Democrat
•- i- • .'V . John F.' McCauley was in Qroeuwood early thie weak. The Baptist Sunday School attendance Sunday was 246. Little Qordie Hughes has been ill with an attack of Pueumdula. Mm. J. L. Farmer is visit ing her son’s family at Cul uiubus. Sheriff M. C. Posey killed a horse . with glanders last week. J ini Dees has returned from Bt. Louis with two car loads of mule© and horses. Methodist Sunday School class No. 6 meets at Marie Luke’s Sat. 8:30 P. M. Mrs. W. H. Mitchell who" has just returned to Union is now suffering with Influenza. Most every body in Nesho ba County was in towneither Friday or Saturday of last week. v „ * * Mr. J. M. Carter and little Eugene, spent the great er part of lacftLweek Jack sou. Mrs. Bill Turner ol Union was the guest of hex. sisters Meedames Warren and Haw kins last week. . - .f'. \ l. Mrs. MqßU* Johnson aged 74 died early lash, -Sunday Inoruing. Mrs, Johnson is by daughter. =f Cecil fates thr small son Dr. ClaaddTffttes is suffer ing with a mild ease of Diph theria. Every precaution is being taken so that the dis ease will not spread. Mr. John Sims of the Sta ndard Construction Company of Meridian was in Philadel take d P the gilding of W. C. Houston’s brick bloek with Mr. Hous ton. The Department of Com merce at WMhiugton reports officially that there were 5782 bales of cotton ginned in Neshoba County last yeajr The record for 4 1918 was 7845. ' T ' . *.V ' • .* Mt.v'f v -* 4 The Dixon High School closed the session ' with the following graduateslrom the eleventh gradef Reed' Card her, (Hazel Trapp, Mabel Nicholson,'and Bland Mor row.- ’ v r • • , : A large and* apprieciative audience witnessed the screen production,' “Daddy-Long- Legs” with. Mary Pickfprd as Stati on Wednesday night at the City Theater. Many bad read *this charming story and were glad at the oppor tunity to see it on the Screen. Such pictures are a credit to our local theater. i Those who attended the Baptist Sunday School Con; vent ion it) Newton last week were; Mesdames Everett Cole* Albert Bussell Jr. and Don ald Yarbrough, Misses Beu lah Yarbrough, Hazel Mol pus. Jewel King, SaUie Mae Sanford and Hazel Breland; Messrs Lamar White, and J. E. Jolly; Bev. B L. Breland and Bev. JwL. Hughes, LOCAL. NEWS . Mr. and 4ftk-„ Waiter Dun igati went to-Newton Satur day/ went for an operation. - • ‘-v. ;.;}• •;• .••; Df. W/fL ; residence caught ou fire Tuesday. The origin of tte ? flife and its ex act location a, mystery. It was extinguished without serious damage. .Miss‘Katie,Belle oafy re turned to St- Aloysisus Acad emy in Meridian Sunday where she has been in school this session. After -spending .ten days at hbfre on account of her motors illness. . Affidavits for Marriage license have recently been made for the following: Clark. Wilson to Myrtle Nowdy March: 27, Pat C. Muuday to Nellie Byars Mar. 25th. . MR8 t STOKES SEEKS DIVORCE Mrs. Willie Davis Stokes post-, mistress atD.eemer Miss, filed a bill for divorce from her husband William G. Stokes, with the chancery clerk Monday. Mrs, Stokes charges cruel and inhuman treatment as grounds for divorce. Mrs. Stokes “charges that the de, fendant is possessed of an ungov. ernable temper,and that be will fly into a/age fpr the least pro vocation and. curse and abuse” heft? Sk H charges that he has: abosOd and xiljbreated her to. such SQ extent that she can no longer l|3re with him as bis wife. Mr. Stokes is manager of the Deemer; commissary, Both Mr and Mrs? Stokes are well liked at Deemer.; Hon Earl-Richardson is solicitor; for the complainant-• The erne- Will com© op for trial during the! May term of Chancery Court. 4 • f ■ i mi • —■ ■■ • ■ ■ MILIJNERY STORE. FOR. f PHILADELPHIA .... *■. J Miss Aqme Houston of Meri dian. is, to open up a Millinery Store in Philadelphia About May Ist. Mrs. Meeks, her sister, is looking fora location. , — [ PRO6&AM PARENT TEAPHi ER ASSOCIATION X Answer to roll call with some good quotation. • 2 Music, Miss 8 'Th,e' Moral Tracing of thp ’chifd in Gome.and School, by ' Mrs H L Austin and'Miss. / Wallace. Y 1 I 4' Question box, conducted by . ‘ Mrs. Vi Jit. Watkins. I 5 Vpckl Solo, M>s. : B LO^ttlter. • : Mrs. Evelyn Lqlei:]v Mrs. VoWro* FHiifcoiiK ; Mrs. J. B. McCauley V • ■; • (committee) -;■ 6pE^ : ‘ AT PHILADELPHIA. Phila. Miss. Mar. 27. * -. Bynn Yann’s Comyany, wfio operate a chain of 400" Grocery Stores in the south, arb"fer open up a branch store, at Philadelphia The*store will open , about April 16th. The store will open, in George’s Laundry until the Hous ton Block can be Constructed. Room will be leased in the new building. Mr, 0. 8. Dowdy rep resenting Bynn Yann’s Company is in Philadelphia making the necessary arrangements. • Y She Bynn YanrTs stores sre op erated on a casheasis, and though they do a delivery business 10 cents is, added to the price of the orfthr to cover cost of delivering. Mr. Jpowdy has Pliila delp.hifl as a location because of the advantages Philadelphia has as A trading center. 'C. F. Huradeb's fllg Oft matic Conapatijr is scheduled ,to show at Philadelphia dur ing next week. It is Mr. Har aden’s secoUd visit to Pbila; A ditch digger Works ten hours ia day for $2 50—that’s labor. ; A mechanic takes $5 worth jnf material and makes it into watch springs worth $50 —that’s skill. \ A merchant fakes an article worth 76 cents aud, sells it for a dollar—that’s business. ' There’s a man in our town who tskes a fifty-cent piece of canvass, paints a picture on it and makes it worth several hundred dollars -r-that’s art. Longfellow took a worthless sheet of paper, wrose a poem on it and made it worth thousands -r-that’s genius. *; Pierpont Morgan could write a few words on a piece of paper 4nd make it worth a million — that’s capital. | *A wornan can boy a hat for $2.75, but prefers one .that cost #27—that’s !-rr?— [‘Exchange.” “The Poster” | CARD OF THANKS 1 I wish to.thank my neighbors and friends^ -through the columns of The Democrat, for the many 'courtesies shown in my recent [trouble and bereavement. N. A. Johnson i ■■ m SINGING NOTICE The Beat Five District Singing which w 8 to be held at Mais Hill the first Sunday in April is put off on account of the Flu, un til the 9tb of May. W. E. Lane chairman* WE BUY, raise and sell fur bearing rabbits and other fur. bearing animals Place your or. der with us, and list what ever stock you have with us, stating lowest fiat prices on large ship ments. Address 516 617 N. P. Ave., Fargo, N. D. 4t c —— ■ ■•jn - House and lot for kale on easy terms —Call at offiice of Neshoba Land Company. We have a limited supply of Cqok’s improved Cleveland Wa namaker cotton seed from North Carolina, not in the infected 801 l Weevil district. Call Henderson- Molpus Cos. —■ ■ NOTICE TO DISCHARGED i ARMY MEN Dr. R. H. Gully has been ap pointed Govt, Dental Examiner for this. county. Those keeping up their war-risk insurance and In need of dental service call at his office; the government pays the bill. m*, % I have a Registered Jack from the Oakland Stock farm of Milan Tenn. Will make the season at my place near Oscar Johnson’s Store. Season begins April Ist. Fee, $15.00, Jim Barham. ‘ - : BOX SUPPER A Box Supper will be given at Longino School House Saturday night April, 3rd, to which all are invited. Proceeds for benefit of church. Car load Shop Coal just arrived Be sure to bring yoor sack. It c Spivey Ross Hdw. Cos. We can supply you with the Heavy.Sambo Stock. It c Spivey Ross Hdw. Cos. NOTICE It has come to our attention, that dead horses and cows have been hauled over in Mars* pas ture, and left to rot. Dr. J Strib ling, Cos. Health Officer, has re ported this. We must see that the law is enforced. Dead ani mals according to law either must be hurried or burned. Comply with the law. M. 0. Posey, Sheriff. * > WANTED—Fresh butter and blue dane syrup. Bates Grocery Company,' ■Wt c * Philadelphia, Neshoba County Baptist Association Enough churches have sent in their names to make this organization a certainty. Don’t any church in this county fail to have a representative here on April the 15th at which time a temporary organization will be formed, a time and a place to meet in the fail for the per* fecting of a permanent organization. You are wanted here for the glory of Qod. Why this should be done: 1. There are 43 white Baptist churches in this county 2. There are five associations that are partially oper* ating in the county. • 3. You can hardly tell what any of them are doing. 4. You can hardly get at how many Baptists in the county. 5. The spirit of fellowship is in no sense what it ought to be. 1 , , Brethren we do not know each other as we should, and this idea to have one big live asso* ciation, one spirit, in one place once a year will bring about a glorious fellowship. The time to meet is APRIL ISTH, 1920, at the Baptist Church, Philadelphia. Signed, R.LBreland, F. M. Breland W. D. Hitt and J. L. Hughes. Air Plane Values At Submarine Prices Let us call your attention to ttie fact that we now have the - biggest line of merchandise in our history, at the very low est prices obtainable. STAPLES Good ginghams, lawns and madras at the below price. Come in and look them over. READY-TO-WEAR Never before have we had such a beautiful line of georgette and satin dresses, tricotine, serge and wool poplin suits at greatly reduced values according to the times FOR THE MEN Made-to-measure clothes, in all the new models, silk and crepe shirts, silk collars, neckwear, silk sox and in fact everything that you need to dress yourself up. MILLINERY j We still have a big line of the nobbiest and most up-to date bats ever shown in this'town. How about your Easter hat? D. Kasdan’s Store C l ' '• ; l>: ; • _ 1 -’t. Catarrh Cannot Be Qured With IXJCAL. APPLICATIONS,' oS':they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a local disease, greatly In fluenced by constitutional conditions, and in order to cure it you must take an internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine Is taken Internally and acts thru the blood on the gntoQius surfaces of the ystem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was prescribed by one bf the best physicians in this country (dp years. It Is. com posed of some of the best tonics known, combined with some of the best blood purifiers. The perfect*' combination of the Ingredient*.ln Hall’s Catarrh Medi cine la what produces such wonderful to conditions Send for co.. pwMm qPoifMo, o. PtHs for constipation. Miss Annie Houston will open a Ladies tajlor and dress making shop in this city the first of May, Mrs. Meeks being her helper or part ner.