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The Neshoba Democrat
local, news Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Watkins, a ten pound girl. Mrs. T. L. Grubbs, who has been very ill is much better Albert Kirkland was here Tuesday from Quitman. M. I*. Hendricks of Lena, Miss, was in town Saturday. Rufus Peebles returned Satur day from Winona. Mrs. Irvin Franks was in town last Thursday. Mrs R. H. Molpus and two children, are visitors here this week. Edith and Margaret Turner, Louisville, are visiting relatives here. J. F McCauley, Johnnye Lou, and Josh, spent several days of this week in New Orleans. Miss Arwyn Deweese is in Drew Miss,, visiting her friend, Ruby Daniels. Mrs. J. B. Hillman and Mrs. R J. Drake spent Friday with Mrs. Emma Banks in Neshoba. I. M. Thompson of DeKalb is visiting his niece, Mrs. Annie Henson. Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Webb spent Sunday with Mr. Webb’s sister, Mrs. Raphael Shepherd, at Dixon. Mrs. Mary Coghlan left Friday for a visit with her sister at Nox apater. Miss Flora Guthrie, Tucker, is visiting this week in the home of 0. B. Fox. Freddie and Welch Moore spent the day with friends in Union Monday. J. 1). Petty spent Sunday in "Neshoba, Rev. T. J. Blass is holding a revival meeting at High Hoint this week. Miss Elbe Sherrod of Stallo, who will teach next year at Oak Grove was in town Monday. Gordon and Mrs Kilgo, Sand town, are the proud parents of an eight pound baby boy. W. 1). Gillis drove tlirough the country to Meridian on business Friday. A baby blessed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McKinion, Beat Lineconmiunity, last week. Brown Williams, Hill Kenedy, and Amsey Williams drove through to Meridian on business Monday. Mrs. J. 1). King bad as a guest Sunday Mrs. Leon McDonald, her sister, who is visiting rel atives in Philadelphia. Dempsey Barnes, who sold his place to S S. Franklin last fall, and moved away, lias returned to make his home in the county. I), M. Luke’s two sons, Thad and Forest, from Texas arrived Tuesday for a visit with their parents. Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Har vey Allen, Beat Linecommunity, last Saturday, a ten pound boy, named Junior. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Parker returned Tuesday from Little Rock, Ark., where they spent their vacation. Marshall Prince, formerly con nected with the Bank of Phila delphia, but now living in New Orleans, was in town this week. Rev. J. S. Purcell is holding a meeting in Scott. There will be no services at the Methodist Church Sunday. Margaret Hester entertained about twenty of her friends with a picnic party on her lawn last Thursday evening. The party was given in honor of her friend, Mary Deweese, who is her house guest. E. S. Cole and wife spent the weekend with Mr Cole’s brother, Marion Cole, and sister Mrs Hester Fox, of Canton. J. VV. Williamson and family, of Custusha, spent Sunday with Mr. Williamsons’ mother, Mrs Maggie Williamson. Albert Ross, Miss Nelie Ross, Mrs. Win. Johnson, and James Johnson went out to Mb. Nelson Tuesday. Rev. W. J. Roberts, of Clark Memorial College, preached at the Baptist Church Sunday enen ing. Supt. R. C Peebles will be ab sent from his offlice Aug. 2,3, 4> attending the Supt. Conference at Jackson. Roy A Spivey of Greenwood was a visitor in the home of his sister, Mrs. Kate Hillman recent •y Mrs G. W Lewis, West Dixon, has returned home from a visit with her husband at Jonesboro, Ark. Mr. Lewis is employed by the Frisco Railroad. A. J. and Mrs. Salter are the proud parents of a nine pound boy, who has been named Janies Randolph. He was born on the Bth. The friends of Mr. Charley Nutt will be glad to know that, after an illness of five months, he is now able to be up, and is selling insurance in San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hillman announce the marriage of their daughter, Ada August 7, to Ru fus H ardy, at their home near McDonald. Edith Howell, daughter of Mr, and Mrs G G. HoweH, gave a birthday party to her friends and playmates Monday, celebra ting her ninth birthday. Jack Jackson, Walker Jones and O. B Fox drove thru the country Tuesday to Allison Wells, and were joined by Mrs. Fox on their return trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hillman announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Winnie Davis, to Mr. J. L. Majure, the wedding to take place in August. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Roberts, Dixon, had as guests for dinner last Sunday Mr and Mrs. C. T. Rand, and Misses Bland Mor row, Bessie Majure, Grace Lewis and Eula Lewis. Clay Spivey, who has been in Florida for a year, is now visit ing his father, John Spivey, in Edinburg. He will leave for phoenix, Ariz in August. Prof. J. W. Eakes, reared at Edinburg, graduate of Mississip pi College, and well known in Ne shoba County has returned home from Peabody College where he has been attending a normal. He will teach again this year at Newbern, N. C Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Tullos have moved from Holcombe to Phila delphia. He will open an insur ance office. Mrs. Tullos has three sisters in Philadelphia, Mrs. Donald Yarbrough, Winner Don ald and Joe Turner. Mrs. D. W. Burnett, Miss Effie Greaves and Miss Pearl Henson leave Sunday for St. Louis. Mrs. Burnett will lepresent Hender son Molpus at market, Miss Greaves will represent D. Kasdan, Miss Henson is going for the trip. W. L. White and family of Newton, Miss., member of the firm of White Bros. Hardware Cos., is to make his home in Phil adelphia. He has rented the G. W. Edwards residence. His fam ily consists of a wife, three daughters and a son. Mr. White lived for about twenty years, in the western part of Neshoba County and is well known. Prof. E L. Hobbey, reared in Beat 5, was visiting relatives in the county this week, lie taught atCourtland Agricultural High School in Panola county last session. This session he will be agriculturist at the county Agricultural High School of La fayette county Professor Hob ley finished our State A. & M in 1916, and is doing splendid work. Dr. B. F. Walton, formerly of Stallo, now of Houma, La., with Mrs. Walton, and his three girls, has been spending a few days with his parents, P. (L and Mrs Walton at Stallo. Dr Walton drove through the country. He is a successful dentist of Houma, and his visit has been enjoyed by himself as well as his many friends and relatives. CHISHOLM—SIKES Miss Alta Sikes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J It. E. Sikes, of Philadelphia and Ivan Chisholm of Kemper County were quietly married last Saturday. The bride departed for her new home. CHANGED DATES Grave yard cleaning and quilt mg at Sandtown church on Aug. 4th instead of Aug. 11th as an nounced last week. SCHOOLS OPEN OCT. 3RD. The County School Board has named October 3rd for the open ing of the white schools of the county, and Oct. 10th fur the Ne gro schools. For the session of 1921-22, the Compulsory Attendance Law will be enforced, beginning with Oct. 17th 1921. K. C. Peebles, Supt. Ed RUSS-ESTES. Mr. and Mrs. J. M Russ of Red Lick, Miss , announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Wil helmina Calis to Mr. Alvah Elviu Estes of Philadelphia, Miss., the wedding to take place early in August. The above announcement ap peared in Sunday’s Commercial Appeal. Both of the young peo ple are well known here. Miss Russ was a teacher in the school here and met Mr. Estes after coming to Philadelphia. S. S. CON VENTION E DINBU RG Many Neshoba Countiane at tended the Leakt* County Sunday School Convention Sunday at Edinburg, A splendid program was rendered. PROVIDENCE NORMAL OPENS The County Normal Singing School opened this week at Provi dence School. Und-r the splen did instruction of Prof Collins singing in the County is being much encouraged. The Coldwa ter Normal, just closed, was well attended. MEETINGS ON Revivals or protracted meet ings opened Sunday at Mount Nelson, Center Hill and Dixon. CARD OF THANKS We take this method of thank ing the good people of the Lin wood community, Drs. M a jure and Banks, Mr. E. Golson and his boat crew for their many kindnesses and considerate court esies during the suffering and death of our son and brother, Ju pus A. Hamilton. May the Lord bless these good people is our earnest prayer —Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hamilton and children, J. F. Williams Released. J. F. Williams, who has been held on a Louisiana charge, has been given his liberty, and per. mitted to return home. He has been ill for several days. The Sheriff of Colwell Parish, La., has telegraphed Sheriff Po sey that requisition papers will be sent by the Ist of August. GENUINE “BULIT DURHAM tobacco makes 50 flood ciflarettes for Oil/ dtS Church Dates j I shall be at fhe following: ap pointments, Neshoba Charge, during July—August. Coy sth Sun. in July, Sandtown Ist Sun. in Aug., Mars Hill 2nd Sun. in Aug., Cook’s Chapel 3rd Sun. in ( Aug., North Bend 4th Sun. in' Aug, Hes'er’s Chapel 2nd Sun. iu Sept.—S. N Young. , Party At Dredge Commissioners from the Scott- Leake, Unktooloo, and Hontoo koo drainage districts of Scott and Leake Counties met at Phila delphia Wednesday July 27, and were taken to Captain Golsoo’s Kentawky dredge-boat where a sumptuous dinner was spread. In terest in drainage in that part of Scott and Leake Counties to be traversed bo these systems is be ing quickened. The inspection trip here was to see the results of drainage. BUSINESS LOCALS Sell your produce at Johnson’s Cash Store next to Citizens Bank. Horses, Wagon for Sale —One pair horses, 1500 lbs each, and log wagon, 3 1-4 Lindsey, 4 inch tires, at sacrifice price. W. D. Wadßins, Dixon, Miss. 4p. SUIT LOST Boy’s blue-serge suit lost on Phila.-Dixon road last Wednes day afternoon. Suit new, drop ped from wagon seat. Reward for recovery. Ip. J. N. Stribling, Dixon. FOR SALE—Forty acre farm, on Meridian road, about a mile and a half from Court Square. See Mrs. E. M. McGee, Route 1. 3 p One bushel Hastings fall turnip seed at Johnson’s Ca-h Store. 1c We sell Chicken coops. Egg cases, Fillers etc. — Johnson’s Cash Store. 1 c We carry a full line groceries at a little less money. Johnson’s Cash Store. 1 o LOST —One purse, containing pictures and Masonic receipt. No tify meat Uenderson-Molpus p'a ning mill. Isaac B. Bready. 2c FOR SALE — 1 good milk cow. Fresh. Will sell cheap.—J. G. Hays. o PLACE FOR SALE Forty acres and two good houses for sale, one mile and one half from town, sl2oo.Good water, good title, 26 acres in cultivation. B. Tucker. WANTED—Colored man to work about house, who cau milk.—L. S. Russell. 1 c BULL AND PIGS —For sale. Jer sey bull and 8 to 10 weeks old pigs for sale.—L. S. Russell. 3 c FOR SALE — One McCormick Mower, and one 2 1.2 and one 2 3-4 wagon for sale. Good condi tion. Cheap. One pair 1100 pound mules cheap.—Dr. R F Hays 3 c KONEY is your real harvest. hit it and hep it safe in Our Bank !!! ■■ nr -n-.x3Cfc-ga.fc.ni iwt h HMI The money you deposit and keep from your earnings or your business is your real harvest. If you make $15.- 00 a year and spend it all, you have nothing; if you make SI,OOO a year and deposit and keep SIOO of it, you have something. If you keep this up for a few years, you will have money and it will grow and protect you and yours in the future. Get the habit of depositing something REGULARLY. When the pinch comes then it will not hurt. Come in We will welcome you. CITIZENS bank: • Cords Fabrics Reduction in Fisk prices does not mean a lowered quality. Every Fisk Tire, large or small, is a standard Fisk Tire. Present low prices are on tires which have made the name Fisk famous for quality and mileage. There is no better tire value in the world than a Fisk Tire at the present price. Sold only by Dealers 111111 King Auto Cos. 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