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j County Correspondence I nrn iwrfr ■nm ■ ■ imin mi ■■i■ ■ n i ithhh miiuntiij xxxxxxxxxxx X STURGIS LOCALS x XXXXXXXXXXX Mrs. Fannie McCloud and son and daughter of Brooksville spent Sun day with her nephews, Messrs. Mart and O. L. Ray. From here they motored to Mr. Jim Skelton’s at Big Creek. Mr. Jim Rainey visited his sisters here Sunday. Miss Mabel Langley was quite ill Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Walthall Adams spent the week-end at the bedside of his neph ew, Prentiss Greene. We are sorry to report that Prentiss is no better. Mrs. Ida Self, of Wier, visited her bi other, Mr. B. F. Tomlinson last week. Rev. Haley was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mart Ray Saturday and al so visited Mrs. George Henry Sunday Mrs. Millie McMinn and daughter are visiting in the homes of her brothers, Messrs. Tom and Luther Dawkins. Mr. Cork was the guest of Miss Lucretia Brown Friday. The residence of Mr. Kolk is near ing completion and will be ready for occupancy very soon. Rev. W. A. Langley spoke the woidp that united the hand|; and hearts of Mr. Merritt West and Miss Lena Landrum Sunday afternoon. We wish them bon voyage on life’s sea. The proceeds from the sale of hens gathered by the “Hen Party” was $35.00 which will be used for ceil ing a room of the parsonage. The ice cream festival Saturday added $40.00 to the coffers of the Methodist Church fund. Mr. Rector Thompson and wife were gusets of their sister, Mrs. O. L. Ray Sunday. Little Miss Louise White has come to make her home with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. White. They are very proud of their new daughter. Mr. Erskine Hannah had the mis fortune to lose a 200 pound hog in the shipping pen last Tuesday from over-heat. Mr. Barrett has shipped three cars of cattle from here within a fort night and another is being listed. He has also made a good shipment of hogs. xxxxxxxxxxx X OSBORN LOCALS x xxxxxxxxxxx Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Pilkinton, of Mayhew, were the guests in the home of Dr. Rainey Monday. Mrs. Joe Love visited in Artesia Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ashford were guests of Mrs. W. R. Rainey in West SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION Thedford’s Black-Draught Highly Recommended by a Tennessee Grocer for Troubles Re sulting from Torpid Liver. East Nashville, Tenn.— The effle lency of Thedford’s Black-Draught, the genuine, herb, liver medicine, la vouched for by Mr. W. N. Parsons, a grocer of this city. "It is without doubt the best liver medicine, and I don’t believe I could get along without It. I take it for sour stomach, head ache, bad liver, indigestion, and all other troubles that are the result of a torpid liver. "I have'known and used it for years, and can and do highly recommend It to every one. I won’t go to bed with out It in the house. It will do all It claims to do. I can't say enough for It." Many other men and women through out the country have found Black- Draught just as Mr Parsons describes —valuable in regulating the liver to Its normal functions, and in cleansing the bowels of impurities. Thedford’s Black-Draught liver medi cine Is the original and only genuine. Accept no imitations or substitutes. Always ask for Thedford’s. was • Homy back 11 question If Hunt's Salt, fails in the treatment of Kcaema, /if py Tetter Ringworm.ltch. etc. Don't £ JA become discouraged becouse other treatments failed Hunt's Salve f flhi mi bat relieved hundreds of such * M&'m ca ** B y° u can t I°** on our Money Back Guarantee Tr It at our risk TODAV Prica 1U J. S. PULLER, Druggist. 000000000000 o MONEY TO LOAN o o on o o Improved Farm Land. o o Reasonable Terms o o 8.. M. WALKER, JR. o o PHONE NO. 1 o Point a few days last week. Mr. Kelly Unge, of West Point, l?ave us a splendid lecture Sunday /afternoon. He goes to Korea as a .nissionary in November. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Munday are Visiting in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rainey visited .n Dr. Ramsey’s home this week-end. 1 Miss Gladys Boyd spent the week end with her parents. Little Josephine Kemp visited ir West Point last week. Mrs. Sue Smith was the guest of friends a few days last week. Miss Hutchinson spent Saturday in Starkville. Mr. and Mrs. Youngblood were Artesia visitors Srfhday. xxxxxxxxxxx X NEW HOPE LOCALS x xxxxxxxxxxx Mr. George Thaxton from the del ta was here this week visiting rela tives. Mr. Clarence Huffman and family spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. Bettie Heflin. Mr. Ernest Robertson and family visited relatives at Sessums Satur day and Sunday. Molasses making is in progress this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe .McCullah Sunday. Mr. J. L. Cresser and family spent Sunday in the home of his fa ther, Mr. Jim Chesser. Miss Clarice and Mary Seitz spent Sunday with the Misses Carpenter. Miss Ruby Kendrick spent Sunday with her cousin, Miss Maye Heflin. Miss Addie Nellie Scroggins left Sunday for Alabama where she will visit relative?. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Seitz were the guests of Mrs. Chesser Sunday. Brother Watkin will fill his regu lar appointment at New Hope Sun day and we hope a large crowd will e in attendance. xxxxxxxxxxx X PLEASANT HILL LOCALS x xxxxxxxxxxx Rev. Langley filled his regular ap pointment Sunday and delivered ar interesting sermon. Mrs. R. L. Hannah, from Sturgis, visited her brother, A. J. W. Hamill, Sunday and attended church. The young people of our commun ity enjoyed an ice cream supper at Mr. Harry Jackson’s Saturday night. Mr. Morris Hamill from Eupora, spent the week-end with home folks and friends here. Mr. Merritt West, of Morgantown, and Miss Lena Landrum were mar ried this week on the road between Pleasant Hill and Sturgis by Rev. Langley. We wish them a long and happy life. Mr. Lincoln Jackson, of Longview, spent the week-end with his parents here. Miss Nora Foster left Sunday for 'Longview where she will go to school. Miss Eunice Hunt is on the sick 'list this week. We wish her a speedy recovery. Miss Myrtle Greene spent Sunday night with Mrs. Leona Foster. Miss Josie Stribbling visited Miss Winnie Barron Sunday. Misses Lula Mae and Sadie Lou Jackson were the guests of Miss Lu 'cile Vickers Sunday. Miss Allie Stribbling spent Sun day wit hher friend, Grace Shaw. ■ Messrs. Pat Jackson and Lem Woodson visited in the home of the ■former’s brother, Mr. A. L. Jackson, Sunday. xxxxxxxxxxx X SELF CREEK LOCALS x xxxxxxxxxxx Misses Attie Gregg, Verna Neely and Mr. Clyde Edwards, of Long view, spent the week-end with their parents. Mr. G. L. Roberts and wife, of Marshall, Texas, are the guests of the latter’s brothers, Messrs. J. L. and E. 0. Neely. Miss Mamie Henry returned to Longview Sunday after having been away for the past week on account of a severe attack of appendicitis. Mrs. C. A. Johnson and children spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mrs. M. V. Neely. Mr. L. O. Oswalt and family spent Sunday with their son, Jesse, in Starkville. , Mr. J. T. Harrell, Jr., is at home for a few days. The Maben school is suspended for an indefinite period on account of scarlet fever. Miss Nannie Bell Williams, of Starkville, visited home folks Satur day and Sunday. Misses Lois, Crowe and Madge Knight spent Sunday with their little friend, Jessie Neely. 1 Miss Adelle Yeatman spent the week-end with home folks. Mr. Will Thompson and family were the guests in the home of R. E. Lummus Sunday. Mr. Henry Love was transacting business in, Maben Saturday. Mr. Marion Phelps and family spent Sunday in the home of T. R. Gregg. Mr. J. L. Neely and family and G. L. Roberts and wife motored to Longview Sunday. I Mr, Harry Johnson and family were visitors in the home of E. 0. Neely Sunday. Mr. Frank Harrell was a Stark ville visitor Saturday. ■ Justice Henry transacted business mp m, in StarkVillti .Saturday, Mrs. Tandy McMinn and Altie Gregg werej the guests of relatives here Saturday. Mr. Melvin Phelps and family spent Sunday in the homo of ,J E Betts. itxxxxxxxixx X BUGH LOCALS x xxxxxxxxxxx Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hall spent the week-end with Mrs. L. C. Funder- burk. Mr. Herman Moore spent a few hours at home Sunday afternoon. Miss Mary Lee Kornegay spent Saturday night with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Moore and children spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Anderson at Longview. Mrs. L. C. Funderburk returned home Friday from a visit to her brother, H. H. Sikes, in Starkville. Mrs. Ras. Kornegay had her moth er and father for the week-end. Miss Essie McClelland spent Sat irday night with Misses Gladys and Hattie Robinson. Brother Cooke filled his appoint ment at Pleasant Ridge Sunday with ,dne sermons. xxxxxxxxxxx X BETHEL LOCALS x XXXXXXXXXXX Chestnut Grove school opened -September 20th with a good attend ance. Misses Clara and Bertha Weeks -'•sited in the home of their sister, Mrs. Henman Hunt, Tuesday. There will be a protracted meet ng held at Chestnut Grove begin ling the first Sunday in October. Miss Clara Woodson, a student of Iturgis school, visited home folks last week end, Floyd and Butler Stanley had as I their guests Sunday, Buckner and] It’s Real Economy It’s real economy to make biscuits out of Glister’s miVvl lilf Z' Mother’s Joy self-rising flour. The phosphate, soda, and jjf * Balt are already mixed in the flour —in ''lililWf!/ 1 ' /s\ just the right proportions. Nothing to add V but shortening, and milk or water. No / ">hC SELF -RISING FLOUR J Joy self-rising flour is made from only the choicest | \ji elected soft red winter wheat—which makes the j if | Order a sack today. Your family will agrfee L- ~,,~S£ n with you that (Jilster’s Mother’s Joy self-rising ¥ GILSTtn ILI //V G CO, X flour makes rcai Southern biscuits—the kind that w' mKt CHlilLl ' a Mlu ■smuma m * JT sends the plate back for more. I BLEACHED kC Starkville Grocery Co.< J /\ Starkville, Ofyou prefer a plain fIcur~QILSTER’S BEST) >. 1 Sammie Woodson and Arnold and Alvin Hunt. Miss Jewel Mcllvaney visited rela tives in Sturgis last week end. Mr. Lee Whitmire is working on 'he potato house now and there will he room for all the potatoes raised. Wide Guage Wagons Are The Best Wide gauge (60 inch tread) farm wagons are the best. The standard (56 inch tread) wagon is not the wide gauge, old style (60 inch tread) is the wide gauge wagon and we have plenty in stock ready for you. I Also Got My Prices on Walter A. Wood’s Peter Schuttler Mowers and Rakes ri, i otuaebaker for . the rusl ? season— and as usual, will con- Don’t be misled by others bestir Ims 11 " y ° U —6O inch treads are best. „ me carry parls for mowers and And we have them in stock. rates J. L. MARTIN Starkville, Miss, Mi as Myrtle West was the guest 'of Miss Clara Woodson . .Sunday. Weston Hunt ia working in thtf blacksmith siiop. Lamar and hois Frazier, of Web ster, were week-end visitors in the ■ lie of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hunt.'