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.ocal and Social J(appenins
Robert Hines, who has been in
the southern part of the State
since June, has returned home.
Miss Josie Culpepper has ac
cepted the position as telephone
operator at this place.
Bryan Hudson come up from
Grayson Monday afternon to at
tend the Hailie-Hudson mar
Howard McSween spent last
Sunday at his home.
C. E. Lacey spent Tuesday in
Monroe on business.
T. L. Sorrels and family of
Clarks paid our office a call last
FREE- 200 sacks of high
grade White Dove flour at
A. Mixons, G: ayson, La.
Joe Wright Swift spent Satur
day in Monroe on business.
Mrs. Oscar Rentz spent a rew
minutes in Columbia Saturday.
Hair cuts 25 cents. Fred l).
Mrs. G. L. Alford and children
who have been guests of Mrs.
Traylor for a few weeks have re
turned to their home in Alexan
Supt. Shealey of the Baptist
orphanage, Lake Charles, spoke
at the Methodist church last Sun
day morning. The shower in the
afternoon prevented him from
lecturing at the Baptist church
For hot meals at all hours stop
at The Star Resturant.S. Culpep
Rev. J. !M. Alford is attending
the cGW erence at Mansfield.
Try a of White Dove Flour
at A. well filled store of
gener ndise. Grayson'
s spent Tuesday
in Monroe on b' s.
Douglas McSw and John
James attended the Hailie-Hud
Jim Harrelson of Duty is haul
ing lumber from the Kirkland
Lumber Co.preparatory to build
a new residence on his farm.
K. E. Humphries of near Kel
ly lost his house and household
goods by fire last Friday night.
He and his family would have
lost their lives in the building
had it not been for his brother
happening upon the scene and
waking him. The loss was cov
ered by insurance.
$1.00 CAsH-Will be given to
any one or as many as get a bad
barrel of White Dove Flour from
me, and purchase price will be
returned also. A. Mixon, Gray
Mrs. Estelle Busch of Clarks
is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
M. L. Mecom.
Post Master Fisher df Loonie
gave us a call Wednesday.
W. A. Pankey of Baywas in
A unmber of Columbians at
tended the Lyceum entertaiment
at Clarks last Friday evening.
J. W. Bradley of near Castor
gave us a call Wednesday.
Hot fish at all hours- Star:
Restaurant. S. Culpepper.
California has a court compos
ed entirely of women. This is
probably the first of its kind in
the United States. The cases
which this court 'sill be those af
fecting thildren. Th, juge, the
cl rk, the a,( a- d rh- rprter
are all wo:lmn. It seems so very
reaso'able that t,:e misdemn'an
ors of child:en shonld be the
special province of a woman's
court. It is generally recogniz
edthat ohildreI art' the natural
car. of w(.me:, and an over-fath
ered court is worse possible than
an over-fathered home.
Boyee Butler has returned
from his vacation and reported a
Mrs. John Farrow has return
ed from Myrtle, Miss.. after a
three weeks visit to relatives.
Charlie Morris is oni the sick
list this week.
Mrs. Smedley of Oaka!e is vis
iting her daughter, Miss Loula
Srnedk'vy at the \White Hotel.
Miss IBrown of Alexandria is
visitin' her brother, . L. ,Bro wn.
It is reported that Mr. Sain,l
Manis will at an early date move
to Missouri, and1 resume far' l;n
for his profession. Ile and liis
family will he greatly nrisse in
The en)'ollneut in the (;radel
SchI 1 '- 26) uove.
T h e 1B r a c ,,; v I . , al a
Fi il l ,c P . " rh.
is theel .i1y i t v, .:i iit
.etiniteir (,I, t nttin er.
full.v heirl ane d v. ii ,'l '
..r. Zei er' e 1L: is :'tm 1 me-'
cove'ret from a , re r i n:.-:
The Pillathcas an, ],ra:
will iiv'e a great social at 1h1 I kall
next Thursday evenii.
Another Lycem.m ,utertta ilment
w'ill be given niX* Moniday nighit.
It is .by the same comipa.ny, ;it
not the salle ,rn'sOnS a1' the
Quartette. Tie Power- -r'nner
Power Trio is the, name.
Tie (raldei School wili g'iv\e a
play at the Hall mt We unesday
ThaIs'.ivl service's at the
Ch rih ThanrrsLuiving' d(ay at
!II:ii) o'c , 1 . Tilhere \viii be about
15 two lnute speeches.
The pastor will preach a
Thanksgiving sermon next Sun
day night. The morning subject:
"Our Mi-sion to Others".
S; ecial m'ns' . the Church
next in Iay.
There ;xere tkre,, :alditious to
the Church lo 1 u iiy.
Well, the 1:n lo ',ed for rain
in this cotn'uomiit: ha:) corne at
lust. It seems to be quite a pro
tracted affai r', as it. has, ,n red
through two Jiays and nights. I
suppOse that we will have no
more dust and sinoke for a time
now as the rain extinguished a
fire which has been raging in
the woods of this community.
Miss Ernie Coats is teaching
the Pleasant Hill school which
opened last Monday with a good
enrollment for the first day. The
people have just completed a
new building which accounts for
the delayed opening of the
school. We wish them much suc
cess in their work.
Palestine school is progressing
nicely and promises to make a
successful term this year.
The farmers of this communi
ty are engaged in making syrup.
The cane is turning out very
good considering the dry fall.
The cotton crop around Vixen
has been ginned and the greater
part of it marketed.
Mrs. S. O. Dortch and family
were guests of Mrs. J. P. Coates
Dr. Gregory is niot having
much work to do as the health
of the community is very good at
Well, Mr. Editor, there is not
much news to write, but if this
escapes the waste basket will
A Vixen Shaver.
( Thick dretd disease will
practicaity ruin the flock
unless quickly cuecekd.
Se. Head (chir&aPa,)
ista sure cure.
Fight lice, mites, etc.,
with a sure weapon.
i Powdered Lice Killer
25e aid 5O0. Is easily applied and never fails.
Refuse substitutes; insist on Pratts.
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Get Pratt. lEO page PaJu~ar BoRk
On No. eml)er 275th thetr, \\ill
be uni',n 'inh:m ksiivig s(ri'.
held in Columbia.
The following progravm1 will be
1. Otpening ,song, "Praise (, d
from wh,.nh all l les ;i,' gs il,4v.
.'.Thanksh;i ,in:l;' I'all e 'g rra ' i , red,
3. S('riljitur' reading, by the
Meth,,di.-t ;,asto, r.
1. Thkgiv ' Proclamatio n
H, ( . Disai 1'itis.
5. Niitinni soi;., "America,"
. , . "The ori .'in and
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Notica iebs hre given thatei
Lerl io de ho ed in the town of
--the same to commence at 9 o'
clock each (eay.
This 11th day of Nov. 1915.
J. (I. IHincs. Supt.
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