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Few things are See me at my studio at Philadelphia GENIE POWELL Must Be Sold 6 good young mules froth 1100 to 1300. 4 smaller mules. ... v • I Old Qrey Mare. I brand new 5 passenger Ford. I car load Hupmobiles the best automo mobile on earth. Come early if you want a bargain. • ' \ JIM DEES Turner Grocery Cos We are taking advantage of the increas ed circulation of this Neshoba County Fair Edition of the Neshoba Democrat has to remind its readers that we are occupying the store just two doors west of the Citizen’s Bank building. .# We keep in stock only the best groceries and cater to town and country trade. Give us an opportunity to supply your grocery needs, either in large or small quantities. Visit us when in town or call Telephone 128 for prompt deliveries and high quality merchandise. T urner Grocery Company PHONE 128 GET IT We Buy Produce We Sell General • # Merchandise. M. C. BLOUNTS GROCERY^. Phone 110 Philadelphia, Mia*. D W. Russell of Edinburg, is visiting his son J. A Russell. J. L. Mitchell of Roswell, New Mexico, is visiting Miss Eunice Yates. M. 0 Travis, prosperous met chant of Heidelberg, Miss., was here prospecting Tuesday. Mr and Mrs. Bob Rivers, Jr of Hattieburg, are visiting their uncles, Sam and J. V. Welsh. Nathan Dansby of Lepanto, Ark , is spending a few days with his father W. M. Dansby. A. D. Sharp left Sunday to attend the Normal at Clara, Miss. Miss Mildred Whitehead has returned to her home at Fearn Springs after a visit with friends and relatives here Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jackson of Decatur, are spending a few days with Mr, and Mrs. Van Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Yar brough, Mr. and Mrs. Adam and Henry Mars spent a few days in -Biloxi last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Jasper of ■Greenville, Miss, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Johnson this week. Miss Bessie Woods of Noxapa ter was the charming guest of Mrs. A. C. Croswell and Mrs. J. W. Bridges lor the weekend. George F. and Mrs. Hays of Marianna, Ark., were visiting friends and relatives here last week. Boss Miller and family, of Louisville, were the week end guests of Mrs. Miller's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs Sam Welsh, and sister, Mas. A. L. Franklin. Miss Lessie Williamson has gone to Stallo, where she has accepted a position with the Henderson Molpus Mercan tile Company. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Fulton spent last week in Drew, Miss. Mr, and Mrs. T. F. Daniel re turning with them for a few days'visifc. Sheriff and Mrs. Posey attend ed the County singing conven tion at Providence Saturday and Sunday. They reported a grand time with plenty of good things to eat. Mrs. Ethel Thaggard had as her guests last week Mrs. Lizzie I Vanzandt and little daughter Hazel of San Antonia, Texas, Miss Kate Thaggard of Little Bock and Miss Agnes Mayo of Harperville. Meeting In Progress The revival being held at the Philadelphia M. E. Church this week, and conducted by the Rev erend J. >E. Williams of Hatties burg is being well attended. 1., $ * Hendersdn-Molpus Mercantile Company fewest Materials We have the latest styles and newest materials in dress goods, dresses and salts; summer wear. ' . * k i v *, • **■* : j V J ■?. V , • ‘-7 Shoes For women, men, boys, girls and chil dren we have dress and work shoes in relia ble brands, among them the &tar Brand. General Merchandise If you have any needs in General Mer chandise, groceries or clothing call on ps* -4J it 1 1,|;; ’v ■; * ": j ;x v " • Henderson-Molpus Mercantile Cos. PHILADELPHIA Otis Mayo who has been head Chef with the United Hotel peo ple at the Tutwiler, of Birming ham, has resigned his position and is home to spend a few weeks with his parents Mr* and Mrs A. Mayo before tearing for Europe. It will be obvious to many that we have omitted many news items of interest this week. We bad to omit advertising, as well, or come out several days late. We denied the Fair no space, and in that this is the Fair Number we had to hold back items from country cor respondents, and doings at home, and give precedence to the Fair. Jameson—Jackson Mrs. Maudie Jackson of Stallo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Walton of Stallo, and Mr. P. N Jameson of Starksville, Miss., married Wednesday 26, at the Longino Church. The Reverend J, C. Long was interrupted dur ing his sermon, and the anx ious couple was requested to await the close* of the sermon, which they did. Mr. and Mrs. Jameson left for Starksville, where they will make their home and where Mr. Jameson In em ployed by the M. fe O. Railroad. Ira Jackson Diet About sixteen years ago Ira Jack son. his brother and two sisters were left without a u otber. These children were fortunate to have fal len Into the bands of their mother’s sister and her husband, who bad no children and has loved them as their own, Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Wells. Ira was converted at about the age of ten and was baptised by Bro. Grafton into the Blodgett Baptist Church. He was taken to The State Hospital at Laurel tor treat ment. He died Sunday night July 30ch and was brought to his home at Burnside, and burled from the Sa lem Baptist Church Monday after noon. May the God of .all grace bless the friends who were so kind comfort thoae who sustained the greatest loss. W. Rufus Beckett. Baptist Pastor GOOD HOPE NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. Ervle Tucker of Leake Cos. spent last week with Mrs. Tucker’s father and mother. Mr. or Mrs. Lather Ray. Miss Hattie May Ray visited Mrs Ina Higginbotham last week Misses Cola and Lomle May Park er spent Friday night In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lomle Tnilas, T. C. spent Sunday In the home of his Son Jim Tnilas of Deemer. Oliver Jolly and Jessie Townsend left last Tuesday to take a month army training. Little Hollle Clark spend a tew day with his Grandfather and Fami ly last week. Mrs. Macia Higginbotham aad Little daughter Ferine visited Edd Higginbotham and Family last week. FOR SALE—SO acres land, on bloom field and Meridian road 1-4 mites from court house good pasture, aver age house and barn building*, fins water and plenty of IL For terms, call on Mrs Edith McGee, Melby • nip THE A. GRESSETT MUSIC HOUSE ir it is musical 'order it from us Satisfaction Guaranteed , „ . . . v. u "-•- ■' '-.f V >’? THE A. QRESSETT House of music and musical instruments Meridian, Mississippi Buy With Confidence Groceries are not all the same. Shelf-worn, dust-covered stock is not quality. We move our stock regularly and keep a fresh supply coming in. We hold our patronage because we know that only good stuff satisfies. Buy with confidence. Buy of Ine ILstes Grocery Cos. TELEPHONE 166 Philadelphia, Mississippi A Warm Invitation August Ist we open a new store in the Henson Block, east side of the Square. We shall operate a grocery store, catering to the fancy, the needs and wants of customers. We shall carry a line of dry goods, maintain ing in this department my usual standards of quality and price. ' Our stock will be fresh and new, and we want to extend to our friends a warm invitation to visit our new stand. We shall maintain a delivery service, prompt * and willing. , <■* -A .. i • CALL TELEPHONE 46 CALL UPON US WHEN IN TOWN. . T. L. Qrubbs & Son „ East of Court Square . PHladelpbia Mississippi The to m dkj Loagtno meeting, •oatfneted by the Kv J. G.Loqk closed i Witowday, Fifteen new members I were taken Into the church, 8 *4alt* and 6 children were baptized. 'Fite general splrltural improvement In the church In another accomplished result. Attendance was good, the Cooperation waae pie mild and Broth er Long has seldom experienced a better meeting.