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Mrs. J. S. Crowell and daught er of the Adaton community traded here Monday. Saturday was a busy day whh the candidates. Mr. Walter Sanders of Mahen was a visitor here Monday. Mrs. G. P. Swindnl after a visit of a week to her sister. Mrs. M. Cohen, returned home last Saturday in the Self Creek vicin it y. Mr. ana Mrs. J. A Lamb, ac companied by Master John, of Longview, shopped here Monday and visited in the home of tor sister. Mrs. B. L. Magruder. Mrs. Hurbert Smith and Miss Sadie Holliday, of Siarkville, were visitors in the city yester day.—West Pr. Herald. Mr. R. L. Hannah, one of the candidates for chancery clerk, was heie Tuesday looking alter business and his poll tical fences. There was a terrific wind Tuesday evening about 6:30 o’clock which uprooted many trees. The rain was not as heavy as supposed, for people were working the following morning as usual. Mr. J. P. Stacy, of Bradly, was here on business Tuesday and carried back with him the Ballot box for that precinct. We were glad to see him looking so well. Mr. Stacy has many friends here who are alwaysglad to meet him. Mr. Billv Phelps one of the staunch citizens of the Self Creek community was in the city Tuesday assisting Dr. Ricks in moving to Oktoc. Judge W- W- Magruder was a professional visitor to Macon., Wednesday and returned home in the afternoon. The days are getting shorter and the next thirty days will show a marked difference. Christmas will be here before we can realize that time has passed. Mrs- F. Z. Browne returned home from a visit to her moth er and other relatives Friday afternoon via Greenwood where she pleasantly visited in the home of Lawyer Mcßee, her brother. We understand that we are to have another physician in the city soon in the person of Dr. Walter Scott of De Kalb, Miss. He is a graduate of Vanderbuilt University. Mrs, J. T. Jones left yester day for Marion, Ind.. on a visit of a month to her son Holbrook Jones. She was accompanied by her grand daughter, Lillmi. Lee Davis. Their many friends and relatives wish them an en joyable visit. The new and handsome resi. dence of Mr. Hampton Young at Sessums is finished and is one of the most beautiful residences tu that vicinity. The plans and construction were done by Mr E. A. Davis of Starkville. He is also remodeling the residence of Mr. J. M. Carpenter. Dr. Fred Ricks, an old Oktib beha county boy who graduated from the University of Tenn essee, and also received a license ito practice from the State Board, has moved to Oktoc where be will engage in the practice of bis profession. He is a young man of fine qualities and we wish him much success. Chicago-the Great Metropolis and Summer Resort Cooled by Lake. Michigan, Beautified by a Wonderful Park System, It Combines the Features of the Seashore, the Country and the City t Chicago, the second largest city in the western nemisphere and 7 One can make lake trips from the port of Chicago, varying A the fifth largest in the world is worth seeing. " from little local excursions to the parks and beaches, to an 2if k d a extended tour of the chain of Great Lakes. Among these trips are can be visited from J to Oct ber more favorably and those of a day or more to neighboring cities, such as Milwaukee, with more pleasing results than at any other time of the year. Michiean City, St. Joseph, fllnton Harbor, Holland. Saugatuck, fts summer days are delightfully, ;omfortable, with sunny skies Crand Haven and Muskegon. The steamship service for both short and with cool breezes from off the lake. and extended trips is of the best, with efficient up-to-date boats. 3 J h .f? " n £ tWn s PCI ' t l ’? ° r ’ nc 'P Sed ? bou , t Chicago. Its won- Opportunities for automobile tours in and about Chicago arc derful parks and connecting noulevard system, and its genera! 8W , possible but delightful from a scenic point of view. up-bu.ld.ng on th-, ope,, order principle, with a vast outlying j the dt / a f one the autoist can travel over 180 miks of beautiful prairie, country forming ’and ooundanes, supplement the ell- boards and park drives. Northward, a run of about 30 miles matic influence of the lake and give breezes from all quarters and following the lake shore through beautiful suburbs to a chance for free circulation, thus making it a favorable city in pt shcrida „ and the government Naval Training Station. West which to sojourn during ‘ v . portio.i of the summer. ward, the motorist can run to the Fox Lake and Geneva Lake A Its location at the foot of Lake Michigan makes it a seashore regions and to Delavan, Elgin and Aurora. Southwestward, for ~ city in every respect, except that the waters that lave its shores about 100 miles or more, a motor trip can be taken to Starved Rock, Deer are fresh instead of salt. From its beaches and water front one a section of the Illinois River Country, replete with a historic past and looks out on the same broad expanse and water-line horizon as c arming wi i scenic a rac ons. , r dees one at the Atlantic Coast resorts. Q 5?? courses in the parks and numerous Country and Golf 5. ... .. o . J..lJ*x. • . t .. * Club links furnish ample facilities for the golf devotee. Yachting flanking the heart Of the great residential district Of the city and motor boating are also among the sporting activities of the city. High class are the bathing beaches of Chicago which may be, and are, summer and amusement gardens are to be found in all sections of the city, and enjoyed by all classes of people. These beaches dot the lake shore from 79th three major league baseball teams will help keep extremely busy the visitors Street on the South to Clarendon Street on the North Side. Alternating with seeking such forms of recreation. these and for fifteen miles north is also a number of free and private beaches. a tp f Alinr l i‘nniimeraVil<> attractions as Pees for bathing suits and lockers are normal, and if you go to the beach from 111 ® City ItSClt Will DC TOUna innumcraDie atiracuons as your boarding house or hotel in your own bathing suit the lake is free. v well as the highest class hotels and restaurants Of the country. 6*. , , , . , , , . Among the former may be mentioned the Art Institute, the libraries, the Chi- Its park and connecting boulevard system aggregates 4,612 cago Historical Society, the Academy of Science, the University of Chicago, the acres. Divided into three principle groups, in as many sections Field Museum of Natural History. Hull House, Ghetto District and the Union of the city, the parks and boulevards are most beautiful examples of the best Stock Yards. Also the famous loop shopping district, in which will be found art in landscape gardening, and in these parks *.t may be said that it is doubtful stores having no equal elsewhere in the world. 11 Send ‘o the f" a cony of the beautifull nius. out of the parks than is the case in Chicago. In addition to its principal parka teated booklet entitled, Chicago Jor the Teurttt, issued by the are the numerous small community parks, famous the world over, and small Illinois Central Railroad Company to supplement the above meager suggestions municipal parks, playgrounds and bathing beaches. as to why Chicago is more than worth a visit during the summer months. Chicago Is Best Reached by the Efficient Train Service of the Illinois Central From New Orleans, Jacksonville, Birmingham, Memphis, St. Louis and Other Southern Gateways Excursion tickets to Chicago and points beyond in the North, East and West, and specific information as to train schedules can be obtained from agents of the Illinois Central and connecting lines. i r. c. jaknagan S. C. HATCH, Passenger Traffic Manager H. J. PHELPS, General Passenger Agent CHICAGO. ILL. G. U. BOWER, General Passenger Agent MEMPHIS, TENN. At the Presbyterian Church next Sunday, the Pastor. Rev. P. Z. Browne will preach. The subject of the sermon will be ‘•Victory Through the Atone ment.” The text will be drawn from the took of Revelations The communion of the Lord’s Supper will be celebrated at the close of the service. Mrs.. Bettie Josie who resided at Self Creek in this county, anc who left about a year ago for New Mexico returned here last week to the delight of her friends and relatives. Her son Robert and wife who preceded her to New Mexico is in splendid health as well as the children of Mrs. Josey. The latter looks well and it seems that the cli male suits her. She will remain about two months. Mr. C, Bell had the misfortune to lose a fine Jersey bull a few days since, thoroughbred, and Mr. W. T. Norris a fine Jersey cow that he purchased in Tenn., also a thorough bred, that he paid SIOO tor only a little over a month ago. He has lost $1,400 in cattle within the last twelve months, cattle dying. Miss Callie Arnola is pleasant ly visiting in the home of her father, Mr. J. M. Arnold. Her friends are glad to meet her and to know of her good health. It has been a year or more since she has been at home. She holds a very responsible position as book keeper for a large saw mill Cos,, Houma, La., 150 miles southwest of New Orleans. Friends wish her a most enjoya ble stay in her old home. Mrs Rosa Eiland, of Yazoo City, who has been visiting in the hospitable home of her broth er, Mr- Cecil Bardwell for a few weeks, departed for home yester day morning- Her many rela tives'and friends were glad to meet her here in her old home ns ITUCTILLI IOW*. iTAJUt VILLI, Dr- H. H. Rice, of Verona neighborhood, was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr* Buz Walker returned from Harvard College, Wednesday, where he has been for the last twelve months, graduated in the law deoartrpent with distinct hon ors and thus completed his course in law in one of the oldest and best institutions of the land We congratulate him, wish him all success and predict for this young limb of the law a bright and use ful career in the practice of his chosen profession. We spent Friday evening and night in the home of our daught er. Mrs. J. W. Jones, at Colum bus, very pleasantly- While on Main Street, Saturday morning we never saw a more beautiful sight than numbers of wagons from the Western portion of the county, laden with hay, Johnson grass and alfalfa. Columbus would be in it if she had a co-op erative creamery. With these there is no pinch of hard times. Mrs- R. N. Hunter, of Char lotte, N- C. who for the past month has been pleasantly visit ing in the home of her father, Mr. R. B. Neal and other rela tives, departed, together with her children, for her home Monday evening, accompanied as far as Artesia by her father. Rev, W A Jordan preached an excellent sermon at the Presby terian church Sunday evening at the Uniou services, as he a), ways does on all occasions Rev. P. Z. Browne tilled his pulpit Sunday morning, having been absent several Sabbaths, though others tilled it by interchange He filled his regular appoint ment at Osboru at 3 o'clock in the afternoou. He will preach next Sunday morning at which time the Lord’s supper will be administered. We regret that it was a mistake in announcing it for last Sabbath, but not entire ly our fault. YOU and US WHEN brought together OUR drugs and medicines insure YOUR better health and brighter spirits. It’s easy to do and worth d t oing fpr both of us. LE*pS DO IT. A dime today saves a dollar tomorrow# CARS STpP MERE. ICE COLD DRINKS- Jackson & Son, "wsteJSSSi. Dr. D. C Hull, of Meridian, tilled the Methodist pulpit, Sun day morning. He delivered two lectures at. the College Monday, one in the morning and the oth er in ihe evening. He is a grad uate of the A. & M. College, was a member of the faculty for a number of years, resigned to ac cept the presidency of Millsaps College al Jackson and resigned chat position to accept the sup erinteudency of the city public schools of Meridian, which po sition he holds at the present time. He is recognized as one of Mississippi’s most prominent and eminent educators. He hut many friends here and through, out the slate who will always be glad to know of his good health, happiness and prosperity. No, 666 will cure Malaria or Bilious Fever, It kills the germ. FOR RENT—Store, house on Main St. Apply to A. B. Hudgins, Starkville, Miss. Mr Boyd Smith is to be con gratulated at not receiving great er injuries Monday when he and Mr. WrH- Sudduth were riding in an auto when it turned turtle at the hill just beyond the home of Mr C A. Hogan on Greens boro road. His left arm was somewhat lacerated and other wise bruised and other minor in juries sustained, we are real proud to say that he is still proud to say that he is still on deck and but little disfigured You can al ways rely upon the fact that Boyd Smith knows how to take care of himself under any and all circumstances. Miss -Dona Sanders, of Sardis, who pleasantly visited her cousin Miss Mat tie Pierce and other relatives for the past week departed for her home yes terday morning. Friends were glad to greet her in her old horn®.