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Correspondents must mail their communications so they will reach this office not later than early Wednesday morn ing in order to be published in current issue. Sherman Mrs. J. Y. Wright was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Leon Nash, the first of last week. Messrs. D. C. Langston and Frank Laney were in Memphis Wednesday of last week, where Mr. Langston purchased a Stude Itaker car. Jas. Livingston and Dr. W. B. Philips have bought new Ford automobiles. Miss Corrie Miller, of Belden, spent Friday and Saturday with relatives here. Little Miss Ozelle Witt visited her aunt in Blue Springs last week. Miss Madge Jones visited in Tupelo the first of the week. Turner and John Witt were at Fulton on ousiness xuesuay ui last week. Miss Cleo Mitts, of Tupelo, was j the guest of her cousin, Miss Pat Jones, Thursday and Friday. Miss Era Smith, of New Al bany, attended commencement exercises here Thursday and Fri day. Little Miss Ruth Smith, of New Albany, was the guest of little Miss Annie Joy Caldwell during commencement. Miss Modenia Beasley, of Oak Hill spent Thursday and Friday with her brother, G. S. Beasley, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laney, of Tupelo, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Langston Thursday and Friday. Misses Key Wade and Erin Payne,· of - - Biùnirtgham,#,, were guests of relatives here Thursday - and Friday of last week. Hugh Helms and little son, Steve, have returned from Jack son, where Steve has been re ceiving treatment. Miss Ruth Stokes, of near Guntown. spent Saturday night with W. J. Gault and family. Alonzo Snipes, of Mound Citv, was in town Thursday and Fri day. Miss Sallie Robertson, of Blue Springs, visited Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Philips from Thursday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Duke, of Oak Hill, visited relatives here Friday. Rev. Broome, of West Point, filled his regular appointments at the Christian church Sunday. Miss Gurney Wade spent the j first of this week with friends at ! Mound City. Mrs. Leon wash and son, Wright, of Belden, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Wright Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moreland and Mr and Mrs Jas. Livingston visited EKistown Sunday. Hon. Julius Berry, candidate for district attorney, spoke at the college hall Saturday night. Osborne Brown, of near Tu pelo, was a visitor to town Sun day afternoon. Miss Emma Eoting, of Gun town, was the guest of her cousin. Miss Lucile Ashe, last week. W. T. Brown visited relatives' near Tupelo Sunday. Prof and Mrs. F. K. Rice left Saturday for Pheba, where they expect to spend a few weeks with relatives. Robt. Epting, of Guntown, at tended commencement .exercises here Friday. Mrs. S. H. Thomason and daughter, Miss Dollie, of Belden, visited relatives here Saturday and Sanday. A large number of young peo ple attended the singings at End ville and Euclatubba Sunday. Messrs Armstrong, and Coolie, of Amory, and Misses Coolie, of Gatman, were guests of Miss Nettie Kelly from Friday till Monday. Miss Clyde Belk has returned to her home in Holly Springs af ter having spent a very success ful term teaching music here, T. P. Boone and family, of Belden, were in town Sunday afternoon. t A. D. Tucker is spending the week in Pontotoc on business. Mrs. Pope is the guest of rela tives in Alabama. Little Mary Blanche and Paul Holmes Eaves, of Tupelo, spent a few days of last week with their uncle, J. S. Livingston and family. Miss Claude Morgan, of Mem phis, spent Sunday with her sis ter, Mrs. A. A. Bruce. Birmingham Luther Philpot spent Friday and Friday night with relatives east of Saltillo. Bill Miller and family and Miss Madie Miller went to Saltillo Friday. Ila Spuryer, of near Guntown, is spending a few days with rel atives here. Mrs. T. M. Martin and daugh ter, Lela, were in Saltillo Satur /ίηιτ WMJ · Charley Anderson and family spent Saturday nijarht and Sunday with relatives in Bog. Mrs. Margaret Martin spent a few days of last week with her son, Will, near Guntown. Mrs. T. M. Martin and little son, Jimmie, spent the first of last week with relatives near Guntown. Mrs. Bettie Wood spent the latter part of last week with her son, Dunbar, and family near Guntown. We had singing at the church Sunday night. All report good ajpging and a nice time. t Mrs. Martha McCarthy is spending a few days with rela tives near Saltillo. Mrs. Bettie Thurman and son, Harry, of Sherman, are visiting relatives here. Ben Smith, of Guntown, spent Thursday and Friday here. Mary Lee Bruce, of Sherman, spent Saturday and Saturday nisht here. Birmingham boys, with the! help of Sherman, defeated the; Eucla ub^a boys in a game of baseball Saturday, the score be-j ing 9 to 6. Talmage and Forrest Bruce, ! of Sherman, visited here Satur-j day nipht. Ruby Wood, of near Guntown, spent Monday here. Charley McCarthy and son made a business trip *to Tupelo Thursday. Mrs. Delia Wood spent the lat ter part of last week with rela tives near Guntown. Macedonia Will Sanders was in Tupelo on business Wednesday. Dee Duke and Lester Dallas Λ-ere visitors to Tupelo Wednes day. Γ We are glad to say that Tom| Buchanan is able to be up. Robt. and Willie Duke were in" Sheiman on business Thursday.! J. I. Wade, of Sherman, spent! Thursday with Mrs. Luther Liv ingston Willie Duke is on the sick list | today. We are glad to know that Mrs. Robt. Duke is up again. Mrs. Jim Barker and Mrs. Lonnie Smith visited Mrs. J. E. Gault Thursday. Ben Kelly and family were| visitors to Tupelo Wednesday. Just because some one else has failed to make your watch run correctly is no sign your watch is no good or that you have to send it to factory. Bring it to Clopton. S<illo John Epting was a visitor to Baldwyn Tuesday. Mesdumes J. P. Morgan and Barlow Barrow were guests of relatives at Verona Tuesday. Professors Walker and Gaines, of Memphis, sang at the Union church Sunday night. J. L. Langston and Roger Thompson, went to Baldwyn Tuesday in Mr. Langston's car. Quite a number from here at tended the singing convention at Euclatubba Saturday and Sun day. Little Miss Nevada Wilson, of near Guntown, spent à few days last week with her sister, Mrs. Pink Wesson. Tom Boyd, of near Guntown, spent Saturday with relatives here. Mrs. Belcher is the guest of relatives at Tupelo this week. Will Wilson and daughter, An na, of Guntown, spent Friday with relatives here. Mr. Brown and wife spent Wednesday with relatives at Guntown. Bro. Murphy, of Booneville, filled his regular appointment at the Christian church here Sun day. υι trtci ; A large crowd attended-sing ing at this place Sunday after noon. Orville Flack and Ptobert Lee Butler were in Tupelo on business Saturday. Miss Vera Flack is the gueât of friends in Okolona this week. Bob Schumpert and Walter Davis went to Tupelo Monday on business. **\ Charley Walker and son were in Verona Saturday. , Misses Laura Kennedy and Carrie Coggin were the guests of Misses Watts Sunday. Miss Quay Schumpert was the guest, of Miss Marietta Fiack Sunday. Little Corinne Kennedy is on the sick list this week. The candidates are visiting the people in Brewer very .often these days Theima Butier and Odell John ston were the guests of Orville Flack Sunday. Joe B. Kennedy was the guest of Gilbert Robertson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy McVay were the guests of Mrs. McDale Sun day. Herman Coggin was in Shan non Saturday. May Day Exercises at Shannon Shannon, Miss., May 4.—The pupils of the Baptist Sunday school at this place gave a most delightful May Day exercises on their church lawn last Friday afternoon at four o'clock under > the management of Miss Tahnell Higgs, Mesdames A. J. Stovall, R. G. Dabbs, S. G. Peeler, A. J. Vaughan. 0. F. Vaughan and others, immediately following the exercises a iovely picnic lunch was served. The program was as follows: Reading, "Why God Made the Flowers"—Miss Mary Ware Vaughan. Song, "Oh! Lovely May." Crowning the Queen. Address to the Queen—Ted Ar nold. Song, "All Hail to Thee, Oh Lovely Queen." The May Pole Dance with songs, "Heigho Merry MayPole"! and "Birdies Ball." The queen was Miss Elizabeth Higgs, the beautiful daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Higgs. She < wore a lovely robe of crepe de chine with court train of green 1 satin* Little Misses Mary Ethel ] Williams and Jessie Beal Harris ' were train bearers, while Master . John Felix Arnold was crown bearer, carrying the lovely crown | on a green satin pillow. Miss Mary Ware Vaughan gracefully , crowned the queen, while Misses 1 Mary Shannon and Ethel Stan· - ford were maids of honor/to the I Το Educate the Pubic f We Are Featuring j PALM BEACH SUITS This Year at Two Prices $4.75 - and - $7.50 One is a demonstration of How Cheap a Palm Beach Can Be Sold, the other of How Well a Palm Beach Can Be Made. At $4.75 This is the first year we have car ried this make and we do it mere ly for educational purpose. They are sold by a number of the * popular price men's stores at $5 and are well worth the money. I '■ At $7.50 mm Our suits at this price come in Nor folk, Semi-Nor folk, Young men's English, Full Fac ed, French Faced and other models, which are sold at most of the better men's stores at from $7.50 to $10 each. LET US SHOW YOU THE DIFFERENCE We can supply a limited amount of Kainit to our customers. Ap plied when crop is cultivated will give as good results as if used be fore planting. ♦ If wanted, better call on mer chants handling Cotton Belt fertil izers and arrange for it promptly. For Sale Sweet Potato Plants Nancy Hall, Bunch Yams f and Early Triumphs Per 1,000 - - - $2.50 5,COO or more - $2.25 We are booking orders for delivery from date to June 15th. Will try to keep supply on hand' but plants are scarce and if you do not book your orders early, you may be disappointed. Baker & Coleman TUPELO: FertilizerFactory Trustee's Sale of Notes and Accounts By virtue of the authority conferred on nie by decree of H"n. John Α. Γ)-* via. Reteree in Bankruptcy, in the Bal laid Dry Goods Compapv, Bankrupts, No 180, daied At>ril 27th. lylS, 1 as Trustee in Bankruptcy in sani cause, will within legal hours at Court House in the City of Tuuelo on FRIDAY, 14th DAY, OF MAY, 1915, sell to the highest bidder for cash all the uncollected note-* and accounts due Ballard Dry Goods Co., the bankrupt. A lull list of all said notes and accounts can be seen at my office. This April 28th, 1915. î L. R. Cates, Trustee. SEE ALDR1DGE THE SHOEMAKER FOR Quick Service lueen. This is another wide awake 5unday school, of which this >lace is justly proud. They have in enrollment of 97 pupils, with in average attendance of 30. vhich is more than double what t was a few months ago. The >fficers and teachers are as fol ows: J. L. Arnold, Supt. ; J. S. Stewart, Asst. Supt. ; Senior Vdult Bible Class, R. L. Shannon, .eacher; Junior Adult Bible Class, Mrs. Eb Shannon, teacher; Class No. 2, J. R. Harris, teach er; Class No. 3, Mrs. A. J. Vaughan, teacher; Class No. 4, Mrs. 0. F. Vaughan, teacher; Class No. 5, Miss Minnie Shan non, teacher; Mrs. A. J. Stovall, secretary and treasurer. This denomination has within the past 12 months erected a handsome brick veneer church, which is modern in every sense of the word with its spacious auditorium and its many Sunday 3chool rooms.