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The Neshoba Democrat
LOCAL. NEWBSP Mrs. Lula Seales has as a vis itor Miss Vivian Seales of Laurel. Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Key a daughter. Marsette Spivey was at home for the weekend. Burtrand Bowie of McCool is visiting his Uncle, J, Bowie. Miss Edna Williamson is visit ing in Sarnneville this week. Mr. Hugh Lee of Hattiesburg, visited his sister, Mrs, Walter Yates Sunday. Mrs, McCauley has come from the Delta fos a visit with her son J. F. McCauley. W. W. Hillman Sr , of Wheat field spent Monday here with his eon, J. B. Hillman. Dr. Frank Brantley of Madden was a business visitor in town on Friday. C. M. McCraw, of Neshoba, was a business visitor in town Thurs day. The local ball team is working hard this week preparing for the Fair games. Dr. Claude Ingram, of Edin ' burg, was in town Friday morn ing. John D. Henderson of Kemper County was greeting his friends on the streets Thursday. F. B Deweese and John Wil liamson were business visitors in town on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hester spent last Sunday with their brother Luke Hester. Miss Audrey Milling of Morton has been visiting relatives here this week Miss Edith Semms and Mr R. H. Casky of Meridian are guests in the home of Mr. John Rush. Mrs. Tom Watkins and chil dren, of New Augusta, are visit ing relatives here this week. Mrs. R. V. Gipson has as her •.guest, her mother, Mrs. George •Gardner, of Custushia. Miss Nellie Tingle will leave Sunday for St. Louis where she will represent E. P. Donald & Sons at market. Misses Pearle and Beatrice Hamill left Friday afternoon for Forest to spend a month with their sister Mrs. C. B. Quinn. Mrs. Belle Robbins, Sanator ium, Miss , spent last Wednes day and Thursday with Mrs. T. C. Barrier. License was issued at the Cir cuit Clerk’s office Saturday for the marriage of Horace Dallas to Miss Ethel Davidson. D. and Louis Kasdan have re turned to their homes in Louis ville, Ky., after a pleasant busi ness visit here. Prof, and Mrs. C. L. Crawley : and children, returned Sunday , from a visit with relatives at and McCourt. Mrs. A. Chute and children re turned Friday from Brandon and Pellahatchie where she has been visiting friends and rela tives. Miss Ivor Maxey, of Memphis, visited friends and relatives in Philadelphia and Stallo Thurs day, Friday and Saturday. B. L, Howell and family re turned home Saturday after a visit with relatives in Greenwood and other parts of the Delta. R. V Estes returned Saturday after a visit with relatives in Shreveport. He reports good crop conditions for the sections of Louisiana which he visited. Miss Pauline Johnson who has been teaching music in Picayune the past school session has been visiting Miss Marguerite Russell. ■She returned home Wednesday. S A Clay of Stallo was a bus iness visitor in Philadelphia Tuesday and Wednesdy. Mr. and Mrs.J S. Smith, Tuck er community are the proud par ents of a baby born last week. Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Levi Pike, Williamsville a hoy Mon day. A. J. Franklin of the Bolinger- Franklio Lumber Company of Zama was a business visitor in town Wednesday. Harvey Wells, of St. Louis, is visiting his father, A. J. Wells, and other relatives and friends in Neshoba and Kemper Coun ties. J. B. Parks of Louisville, Tom Penny of Pontotoc and Bill Greer of Tupelo were visitors in the home of J. D. Pettey Tues day. Hugh Taylor Brantley, of Briggs, Miss., son of the late W. J Brantley, visited relatives in Philadelphia Thursday and Fri day. Miss Pearl Henson will ac company Miss Nellie Tingle, Winner Donald and Miss Audrey Milling to St. Louis n&arket, leaving Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Morris, their little daughter, Florence and Mrs. Nereaux, of St. Louis, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davidson. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Murphy with their two children, Charles and Zelle have gone to New Orleans for the month of August. Dr Murphy will take special work in dentistry while there. Mrs. B. L. Boydston and her brother, George Bearing, both o! Winston County, and Mrs W. R. Wilkerson and two little daugh ters, of Kosciuskb, visited in the home of Mrt. J. Powell last week, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Turner and Mrs. J. A. Yarbrough, with a party of the younger set, spent two days of last week on a camp ing trip at the Frank’s crossing. Mrs. Elizabeth Hannah of Birmingham and Mrs. Maggie Kerr of Highpoint, returned to their homes after a very delight ful visit with their sister, Mrs. Dollie Kerr, of this town. Mr. and Mrs H. Miskimons have returned to Philadelphia from Louisiana after having been away for some time. Mr. Mis kimons is an oil driller; and brought in one gas well near Shreveport while away. Max Hawkins has been in Lake, Miss., during the past week where he played in the band at the Patron’s Union Mrs. Hawkins joined him Mondav and spent several days at the Union. Miss Genevieve Sadler who has been teaching in the Normal at Wessan, Miss., came to Phila delphia Friday to visit her sis ter, Mrs. Jim Turner. On Tues day Mr. and Mrs. Turner and Miss Sadler started by automo mobile to Tupelo, and will also visit in Boonville before their re turn. A jolly party of young people, chaperoned by Mrs. J.D. and H. King and Mrs. C. H. Fatheree, started out Tuesday afternoon on a camping trip which has al most become an annual affair of this crowd. They will be out the greater part of the week. The members of the party were: Misses Pearle, Vera and Sallie Mae Sanford, Kato King, and Blanche Fatheree, and Messrs. Tarris Oliphant, H. T. Brantley, Henry Lee Rodgers and Rufus Peebles. Mrs. J E. Jolly is visiting *er sister Mrs. Shnrunker of Meridian J. ,R. Gipson, an filloni 'v b s beetled an office in I’inla lelphii. He comes here from Laiilerda e County, and is a cousin of N. K* Gipson. J F. McCauley and Harrison Drake went out to J. 11. J. Lun dy’s Monday evening for a bait of watermelon. Mr. McC u'ey. had promised to take a fri mt, but made his “hoaish” slip away. Stella, eleven year old danght er of Mr. and Mrs. Will Sanders, former residents of this town but now living at Doddsville died Thursday evening in the Greenwood sanatorium. She had suffered with pneumonia and rheumatism for about a week • * when she was removed to the Greenwood Sanatarium where she lived only a few hours. Her remains weie brought here and laid to rest in the local cemetery Arrested For Robbery. Sam Stapleton,, of Union, was arrested here Saturday by Sheri 11' Posey and Marshal Welsh on a charge of highway robbery. His arrest was requested by Union officers. It is alleged that young Stapleton with a friend named Staten, robbed a negress on Fri. day night while she was return ing from church. Stapleton was arrested while he was trying to arrange to play base ball with the local team. He was returned to Union Saturday afternoon by Union officials. ALDERMAN-WILLIAMSON Miss Carrie Alderman of Lum berton and Jones Williamson of the Rio community were happily married at the local railway station Saturday afternoon, Rev. Purcell officiating. Miss Aider man is the charming daughter of Cora Alderman of Lumberton while Mr. Williamson is the son of John Williamson, well known farmer of theCustushacommuni ty. COUNTY MEDICAL ABSOCTA ' ■■ ' TION HERE. According to correspondence from Dr. S. A. Majure, Secretary of the Newton, Neshoba, Win ston Tri-County Medical Society, the above named society will meet in Philadelphia the second Tuesday in August which is next Tuesday. Card of Thanks We want to use this method to thank the good people of Phila delphia for their thoughtfulness and sympathy in our recent trouble. Also for the beautiful floral offerings from those in Philadelphia, Philipp and Green wood. —Mr. and Mrs. H. W. San ders and children. STALLO ITEMS Mias Iva Maxey, who has been visiting her sister, Mies Laura Maxey, has returned to her work at Memphis. Mrs. Ruth Parker,' of J ckson ville, Florida, is visiting her par ents, F. G. and Mrs. Walton. The friends of Mrs. Clifford McMinn will be glad to know tha after undergoing an operation fur appendicitis, at the Meridian Sanitarium, is improving rapidly Mrs. Lura SnoW, of Little Rock Ark , witli her little son, is here to spend the summer with her mother, Mrs Hettie Hall. Marvin Eubank, who lias been visiting bis relatives here, has returned to his work at Hamilton Ohio. NEGROES SMALL INCREASE Press reports Wednesday show' that the per centage of negroes in Neshoba County has increased but 1.1 per cent, in ten years. 16.3 per cent of our population in the county in 1910 were ne groea; in 1920 the per cent was 16.4 per cent. CARUSO DEAD Enrico Caruso, the world’s greatest tenor, died at Naples, Italy, Tuesday. Do you know you can roll SO 3 cod dgarelter lOcts from one bag of GENUINE BullDurha^ ( TOBACCO \|^7 jLIL i.'yt&OAA BUSINESS LOCALS Horsop, Wauon for S.le—One pair horses, 1600 ILs each, and log wagon, 3 14 Lindsey, 4 inch tires, at sacrifice price. W. D. Waduins, Dixon, Miss. 8-18-1 p. 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 LOST —One purse, containing pictures ami Masonic receipt. No tify meat Henderson-Molpus p'a ultig mill. Isaac B. Bready. 2c BULL AND BIGS —For sale Jer sey bull and 8 to 10 weeks old pigs lor sale. —L. S. Russell. 3 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, RF Hays 3 c 10 pounds coffee for one dollar at Johnson’s Cash Store. 1 c WANTED —To trade a 5 passen gee (Ford" in good condition lor pair rhules. —Jim Dees. 1 c TO LEASE —Good 60 acre farm for rent or lease, term of 3 or 5 years. House aud pasture.—Jess Hembree. 4-18-1 c BRING US —Your fresh eggs, fresh vegetables etc Highest prices paid,—T. L, Grubbs and Son. 8-11-1 c Just received a car No. 1 hay, prices right.-Jim Dees. 1c HORSES, MULES Eight head of good horses and mules and mares for sale at al most your own price. Will ex change for good jersey cows and heifers. W. W. Hickman, 3c. f Noxapater, Miss. FOR SALE—My registered Jer sey bull, 3 years old. He is from one of the best herds in the United States. His grandfather sold for ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollars. Reason for selling, go ing out of the cattle business. A bargain for some one.—J. T. By ars, Ueerner, Miss. c Hubert Stephens Will Seek Senatorial Toga Now Albany, Aug v l. — i efore leaving tonight for Wash ingion, where he will spend a lew days on business, lormer Congressman Hubert D. Steph ens slated that he had definitely decided to enter the race lor the United States Senate and in all probability would formally an tMunce his candidacy at the Ne shoba County Fair on Aug. 12. FAM IIA^ITIUUBLES. Asa result of family troubles, Irvin Adams, a negro, knocked his wife in the head Tuesday night with a stick of stovewood. Although a considerable gash was cut in the woman’s head,her injuries are not serious. He will be tried before Mayor Dees Mon day. | Fay your bill with a I I check. Thm you have a I Iltis easier and your check is a receipt ► , * S The convenience of a checking account cannot be overestimated. It saves you from toting your money I around, ar.d perhaps losing it-. Somebody in the County loses money every week in just that way. Then your cancelled check is a receipt. You can keep your business matters straight. It gives you a STANDING in the community. We offer you the safety and service of our bank for your accounts. OUR DEPOSITS ARE OVER ONE HALF A MILLION. Come in We will welcome you. CITIZENS BANK i King Auto Cos. Distributors OVERLAND AND STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILES STANDARD TRUCKS Also Tires, Oil, Gas and Accessories BEST REPAIR WORK. EXPERT MECHANICS I KING AUTO CO. mm ii— mnTT’rr'T- - r- ■ Port Gibson Female College PORT GIBSON, MISS. An intensely practical .Junior College in the healthy hill section between Viuksburg and Natchez, on trunk line of Y. and M. V. R.,11. Courses in piano, voice, brass and stringed instruments, expression, bookkeeping, stenography, typewriting, sew ing, cooking, in add ii ion to standard literary courses. Special stress on Bible, Sunday School Teacher Training and equipment for Christian Service, For Catalog Address REV. ROLFC HUNT. D. D. Pres’t. I Mosquito Bites Cause Malaria Co. Cotton Market Wednesday Aug. 3. —New Or leans Oct. 12 40, Dec. 13.75, Jap. 12.78; New York Oct 13.84, Dec. 13.34, Jan. 13.34 The Philadel phia market Wednesday morning was 10.50. HOUSE FOR RENT Five roomed dwelling for rent from Sept, till Jan. 1, one half mile from town. 2p. T. B. Beall.