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The Neshoba Democrat
Dave Black of McCool visited friends here this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Howington fiturned to their home in Free port, 111., Sunday. ■ Mrs, A J. Smith spent the Weekend with relatives of Beta lur. Rev. T. J. Blass is conducting ,a series of meetings at Edinburg "ibis week. J Miss Neva Johnson returned Monday after a pleasant stay #ith relatives in New Orleans. / G. W. Mars and J. C. Stribling left Monday for the St. Louis Markets. Miss Orene McKay returned to Greenwood Sunday after a pleas ant stay with home folks. Little Earline Houston is visit ing relatives in Meridian this week. Mrs. Rogers and son of CoffSe ville, have been visiting Mrs. M. W, Moss. Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Majure were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hillman last week. Miss Laverne McClendon of Newton is the guest of relatives here this week. Miss Bonnie Kate Franks is spending this week with friends in Moss Point, Miss. Mrs C. C. McGee of Decatur spent Tuesday with Mrs. £. B Hillman Miss Lessie Williamson spent last week at the home of her brother in Custushia community. Mr. and Mrs. Sykes of Dallas, Texas, were the guests of Mr and Mrs J. L. Lester last week. Mrs. G. E. Wilson has gone to Magee, Miss, for a visit with her daughter, Lenore. Dr. and Mrs. Ethel Stribling and Miss Perry of Rolling Fork, are here with relatives. Mr. Henry Carson of Koscius ko has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Jim Yates. Miss Leadie Houston, of Chat tanooga, Tenn., visited her brother, W. C. Houston last week. Mrs. J. E Jolly had as her guests last week, her sister, Mrs. W. L. Holcomb of Memphis and her father J. M. Shumaker of Stallo. Miss Etfle Graves returned Tuesday from Chicago where she has been buying goods for D. Kasdan Cash Store. Misses Myrtle Sykes and Ha zel Neistroth of New Orleans were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lester. Mrs. Drake, Gladys Pettey, Helen Drake and Johnie Lou McCauley are in Meridian this week. The revival services started at Cook’s Chapel Sunday. Rev. S.N Toung is being assisted by Rev J. S. Purcell. Misses Carrie aud Laverne Cap erton of Hattiesburg returned home Saturday after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Wilbur Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Pettey, and their young son, have been visiting in the home of their father, J, D, Pettey. ' J. F. McCauley and Otto Sew ard are attending the Cotton States Merchants Association in Memphis this week. Miss Clarice Hetaderson of De- Kalb who has been visiting MisH Edna Sanford for the past two weeks returned home Tuesday. Miss Jennie Neal returned to her home in Hattiesburg Tues day after a pleasant ’Stay with her sisters Mrs. W. H. Sanford and Mrs. John Rush. LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs Felton Grubbs are spending the week in Union. Miss Clark of Moscow is the guest of Miss Pearl Henson, Eugene Yates returned home from Greenwood Saturday. Paul Dees left Wednesday on abusinesstrip to Jackson,Vicks burg, and Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Henderson returned this week from Wau keshaw, Wis. 1 % Mrs. M. W. Spivey and little son, Roy Wesley, are visiting her husband in Yazoo City. Miss Eunice Howe is at home for a few weeks. She will teach in the Louisville schools this session. Mrs. Laura Gross, and son, G. E. Gross, of Watten Saw, Ark., are visiting relatives and friends of this county. E. E Carleton, of Union, is re lieving E. L. Brantley at the City Drug Store while the later is away on his vacation. Mrs T. P. Hobbs and little son, Pierce, left Tuesday for a visit with relatives in Crystal Springs. Miss Mattie Ward has return ed home, after spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. R. L, Horne, of Edinburg. Mr. Jeff Mott and family and Miss Cassie Edwards, of Glenmo ra, La , have returned home af ter a visit with relatives of this county, Miss Omie Low Dossett of Union and Mr Meeks Watkins of New Augusta were the pleasant guests in the home of J. M. Young and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Houston left Sunday for Memphis, Saint Louis, and other points north where Mr. Houston will purchase his fall merchandise. United States Special Agent F. J. McKinley and Rodney Mars returned this week from a tour in which they covered parts of Ala , Ga., and much of Fla. in a Ford. Dr. Emmett Dill, of Boynton, Okla., has been visiting friends and relatives at North Bend and Philadelphia. Dr. Dill practiced medicine at Philadelphiartwenty ftve years ago. The Collins’ singing normal started at Pcobla Thursday with a good enrollment. Considerable interest is being shown in these normals wherever they are held in the county.* Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bishop, Elsie Pace, Mrs. Orance Milling, Mrs C. L. Sanders and son, Willie, went over to Dowdville Tuesday to attend the protracted meet ing. Mr. A. B. Blass, Qf Clinton, is visiting his brother, Rev. T. J. Blass. Mr. Blass graduated at Mississippi College in May 1921, and has accepted a position as teacher in the College for the coming session. The Baptist meeting started at North Bend Baptist Church Sunday with the young Rev. Kitchens preaching. The Metho dist revival begins at North Bend next Sunday. Rev. J. S. Purcell will do the preaching. Manager C. H. Fatheree with his ball team left Tuesday morn ing for the Leake County Fair where Jhey will play three gamee Mils week with the Leake County team. Those composing the team were; W. B. Williamson, J. L. Posey, Harry Burnett, E. G. Lewis, Boy White, Jeff Rodgers, Sam Stapleton, J. Carmichael, Sam Billy Cooper and Lawrence Wade. Mr. and Mrs M. (j. McNeil their two children and Minaeß Montrose Williams, and Ethel Sanders, visited Mr. ‘‘Ed” Wat kins Sunday, they were accorn panied back by Miss Ethel Wat kins, who will be the guest of Miss Ethel Sanders for a couple of weeks. P ATTERBON-8E WARD A chartaingl.v childLh romance culminated in the marriage on Thursday of Florence Seward and Allie Patterson. They -1 quietly left town in their car early Thurs day morning and drove t< Car thago expecting to be married there. Being under legal age, he eighteen and she sixteen years of age, they were unable to pro cure a license in Carthago. With courage undaunted they journey ed to Canton. It was only after considerable persuasion that the clerl l in Canton consented to is sue the license, and finally, after ten o’clock at night their persis tence was rewarded, and they were marriedjjat the home of the Rev. A. Wooten who performed the ceremony. They went op to Jackson Friday and returned home Saturday for the parental forgiveness and blessing. The youthful couple have lived in Philadelphia most of their lives and have many friends who wish for them continued happi ness. They are now at the home of the bride’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Seward. ■ ■■ SUNDAY SCHOOL OONVEN TION BEAT 3 About 850 Sunday school work ers assembled at Pine Grove Bap tist Church, Beat 3, Aug. 21. The meeting was called to order by Vice President, R. 0. Stribling. Addresses were delivered by W. R. Moore, Jno. W. Gilbert, W. B. Sansing and State Buperinreod ent, W. Fred Long. A bountiful dinner was spread beneath the oak trees and everybody w T as hap py. The following officers were elected: R. O. Stribling, Pfesi, dent; Jno. W. Gilbert, Vice- President; Miss Doris Sansing, Secy-Treas. Hesters Chapel gets the next Convention. LOCAL COTTON MARKET WEDNESDAY Cotton was bringing 11.50 Wednesday morning at Phila delphia. Chicago Market Oct. 13.59; Dec. 13 87 New York Market Oct. 13.85; Dec. 14.24 ' f Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications u they cannot roach tho diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to euro Catarrhal Deafness, and that is by a constitutional remedy. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE acta through the Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces of the System. Catarrhal Deafness la caused by an inflamed condition of tho mucous fining of tho Eustachian Tuba. When this tube Is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is onUrely closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless .he Inflammation can be re duced *nd this tube restored to its nor mal condition, hearing may be destroyed forever. Many cases of Deafness are caused by Catarrh, which Is an inflamed condition of tho Mucous Surfaces. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for any case vf Catarrhal Deafnesa that cannot bo cured by HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE. _ _ . All Druggist? 75c, Circulars free. 7. J. Cheney * Cos,. Toledo, Ohio, To Get FRANKLIN Life Benefits ®Vou Must Have A FRANKLIN LIFE POLICY D. S. TULLOS, Sg“'f' Phila., Miss. SOLD BY King Automobile Cos. PHILADELPHIA, MISS. COLD W ATER locals The weather continues dry and hot. Cotton is opening very rapidly. At this same speed of opening it will be ready for market by Sept. Ifttb. Mr J It Harrison bag just returned from a crosscountry trip to La. Crops very good after ere-aging river. This side of river they are very spotted. Mih 1 T Mason continues very ill. Everything in this place is very dull after closing one of the most successful sessions of the hig Ne-ho bal'o. Pair. We want to do away with pessimism in tbi-< countv for 12 months Let every one brag on his county for 12 months, his school, his church, his community, his farm, his stock, and the greatest' of all, his home and family. Make it such a habit until it becomes perfectly nat ural and see how much better times will be. Don’t forget that we say people bring dull times, and low spirits, and not conditions For the people are the times, and everything else pertaining to life. Philadelphia Building Bom ) times we think that our town has about stopped its progress In buildings and improvements but we have only to look around us and be convinced of our mistake Several homos are going up in Philadelphia and others are contemplating such Jim Pruitt has just finished two bun galows A J Patterson is reconstruct ing his restaurant building at the 'ailway station Walter McArthur is building a home out ou the river road just north of Philadelphia Oscar vtffltams is erecting a house on the lot in front of the Catholic Church, while several others are expected to start soon, and many are remodeling Anew street has been opened up be tween the building lots of Dr Fred Hays and George Mars and the walk -to" the school house is being torn up and another one laid You only have to take a spin out on the Columbus road or on the Meridian road either by Tucker or Ocobla, to be convinced we are going to have roads final ly Our growth never has been of the mushroom kind It is slow, sure and constant BUSINESS LOCALS BOGS WANTED—Hogs 50 to 100 lbs waight wanted. Pay naarkpt price. City Meat Market. Ic. f6R SALE —In east edge of Phil adelphia, one 3 acre lot, good 6 room houae, good well of water, 8-25 p v H. H. Bruce. L(iSi v —Aug. Ist, S2O bill at east I door of court house. —S. N. Cope land, Phila. R. 3. 8 25-p ' *ft :: FOtiND—Some money, on the Newton road between Deetner p,nd’ Spring Hill Church.—Oolie Posey, Philadelphia, Miss. R. 4. 9-1 1 p FOR SALE—S roomed bouse, 4 atres land, good well and gard 2c. Thad Barrier. _• i < . . —-—. FO|? SALE—My registered Jer sey bull, 3 years old. He is from one of the best herds in the Unifed States. His grandfather sold for ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollars. Reason for selling, go ing out of the cat|le business, A bargain for some one.—J. T. By ars, Deemer, Miss. c Brightening Gold Lace. Tarnished gold lace can be made to look like new by brushing every thread thoroughly with a brush dipped Into pulverized burned alum. r Have you got One? If you have a bank account and are REGULARLY ad ding to your balance, we congratulate you and say “keep it up.” If you have no bank account, we urge you to come in and open one. The satisfied, confident feeling it will give you to know you are getting ahead, will strengthen your determination to make your balance grow. CITIZENS BANK King Auto Cos. Distributors OVERLAND AND STUDEBAKER AUTOMOBILES STANDARD TRUCKS Also Tires, Oil, Qas and Accessories BEST REPAIR WORK. EXPERT MECHANICS KING AUTO CO. WHipF Sold only by dealers The best fabric tire made for heavy service or rough roads RED-TOP Extra Ply— Heavy Tread 30 x 3i $22.00 Reduction on all styles and sizes > '-I A New Low Price on a Known and Honest Product"