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The Institute opened at 1:50 p. m. Thursday. The first sub ject was “Arkansas History” conducted for fifteen minutes by Rev. T. T- Young. Physiolo gy was conducted by Mrs. J. W Nichols and J. L. Bowers. Af ter a few minutes recess, Mrs. Mary B. Davis, who was pro • grammed to conduct the sub ject of music, was called on to open the same- In her discus sion she brought out many fea tures of music. - / Prof. Taylor suggested that a committee on resolutions be appointed, which the chairman appointed as follows: Commit tee—J. L. Bowers, H. L. Car ver and Misses Susie Robinson and Lena Brondon. The Insti tute then adjourned for the f day. FRIDAY MORNING PRO *. CEEDINGS. The Institute opened at 8:30 o’clock. Devotion conducted by Rev- J. P. Gordon. The first on the program was Arithmetic to be conducted by H. M. Taylor, who explained many points on |r Arithmetic F. C- Goodwin, D. D. S-, was introduced and delivered an ex cellent paper on Physiology and the care of the teeth By a vote of the institute it will be pub jiished in the White River Ad vance. 1 The Rev. J. D- Dennis deliver ed a short address, which was appreciated by the institute. Prof. S- T. Nero of Poplar Bluff, was introduced by Prof. Taylor and made a few very encourag ing remarks- A recess of twen ty minutes was allowed.. Prof. W. M. Shaver, in com pany with Prof. Roberts, prin cipal of the Tuckerman High Shool; Prof. Bowman, 'Hern don and Williams, came in at .this period. Prof- Roberts delivered a very excellent address to the Institute. It was followed by a song “America.” Prof. Bow man and Prof. Shaver made brief remarks. Mr. H. C. Hurd responded in brief to the ad dresses, expressing his delight with the present Jackson Coun ty examiner, and his successor. Prof. Taylor in a humorous way responded to the response Among the visiting colored citizens were: The Rev. J. D. Dennis, F. C. Goodwin, D. D. S., and S. T. Nero. Conductor Wheeler announc ed the following program for the afternoon: Report of Committee on Res olutions Reorganization of the Jack son County Teachers’ Associa tion. Organization of Teachers, Reading Circle, assisted by Prof. Williams. Disbursement of Funds. The Institute program will be rendered at the morning Star Baptist Church at 8 p. m. Charles Bryant, Reporter. ft la evftent :hv :: v, > e.irm a tti 1 terriau mass la liquid it must obey the law tnat governs fluids Scientists i have tried, therefore, to Had some re lationship between volcanic eruptions and lunar attractions. — Harper's I Weekly. TUPELO. WPe have had no rain in five weeks. Everything is very dry, corn twisting up and looking like shoe strings. The thermometer stood 96 in the 6hade Tuesday. A few more days such weather a3 we are now having everything, includ ing Irish potatoes, garden stuff and corn will be practically ruined . I Dr. V. M. McDowell returned home j from Little Rock a few days ago, ! where he attended a six weeks' medi cal normal. Miss Agnes Marlar returned from Conway Monday, where she attended the state normal ! Mrs. Col Gray of Grays was a | pleasant guest at her parental home ! Saturday and Sunday. Col Gray came up Sunday to acompany hi3 | wife home. Stock water is getting scarce. I Miss Ridley of Newport is visiting : Mrs. Ed Taylor this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morris drove over to Fitzhugh Sunday and spent the day with Mrs. Morris' brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hight It is rumored that we are to have a new doctor. We failed to learn his name ,but he comes from Cave City. Wonder why Mrs. Annie Taylor 1 wears that big smile all the time? I Why, she is grandmother to a real live baby girl, who is stopping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jacobs Grandmother and baby both doing well. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ferguson from Beedeville spent Saturday night and Sunda’r at the home of Mrs. Fergu son's sister. Mrs. R. M. Marlar. Several from Tupelo had to attend Federal Court Saturday, but as usu al came home six dollars to the good. What is the good of having laws when they are run over rough shod. A party was given Saturday night as the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mor ris in honor of Mrs. Morris' sister, Miss Fletcher Hight’3 sixteenth birth day. There was a large attendance and everyone enjoyed the occasion. Mis3 Hight received a number of nice presents. Mr. Nance of Little Rock was a pleasant guest at Mr. and Mrs. Bud Taylor’s several days last week Mrs. Bamma Thompson returned home from Beedeville a few days ago, having spent a week there at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Thompson. Arthur Corley of Shoffner attend ed the party Saturday night. We think there i3 some attraction in our neighborhood for Mr. Corley. Grafton Thornton is on the sick list this week tonsilitis. The fruit crop in our section is very light, but the berry crop is said to be fine. T. A. Morris and Ed Morgan attend ed the school meeting at Snapp3 Sat urday and signed up for summer school. Mr. John Smith of Beads was a business caller at Mrs. Emma Mar iam Tuesday. R. M. Marlar and little grand daughter. Opal Corley of Shoffner, were Tupelo visitors Friday, Satur day and Sunday. More when it rains. Mutts Wife. BANDY'S CHAPEL, CL it Townsley, wife and part of •his children visited the hill country a week, Mrs. Buck Van's little girl got her arm broken last year and the other day she had the misfortune to break the collar bone of the same arm. The phone? at J. H. Davis’ ha3 been out of use for about two weeks. The • batteries were dead, but they are fix ed now. The smallpox cases are still spread ;ing. Four "new flags went awhile back. I .Judge Fulkerson is not dead, as was reported. He visited at Tuckerman recently. It took our Sundajr school literature almost 3 weeks to arrive. Dry weather gives some time to go fishing . Mrs. James Cleveland and daughter, Miss Lena, went to Newport shopping or the 28th. It is an 11 pound girl at Louis Johnson’s this time. Mother and babe doing well. George Huskey's two married daughters visited him the latcer part of May. Those who fish report good luck. Joe Vickers was over from the hills visiting his sister, Mrs. Huskey, late ly, A negro man on T. Biggers’ place died and the longest procession fol lowed him to grave that was ever seen in the country so it is said. Sunday school on the morning of the 31st, was fine and in the evening singing was highly complimented by callers, people from Campbell sta tion. Several from here attended the children’s day service at Elgin on the 5th Sunday. Tom Mitchell and wife visited her brother in the Elgin neighborhood Saturday night. William Beshears took his wife, who has been in bad health for quite awhile, to the hills to see if she could gain any benefit from the change. The business at Decker's store house is causing a great deal of dis satisfaction. People drink something that intoxicates. We suppose the constable arrested five and summoned a lot of witnesses. Miss Walker of Grand Glaise was a pleasant visitor of some relatives j near here a few days. Mr. Richie and wife visited her mo- | ther on the night of the 30th. Her mother is getting along very well. John Sandman of Grubbs is over a few days. Mr. J. W. C. Gardner captured one of the oddest looking animals in the grave yard at Battle Ax that was ever seen in this country. It is at Tom Biggers’. The animal is gray and is somewhat smaller than a coon, having short legs and burrows in the earth. Some talk of children’s day here. B. F. Hartwick, wife, Maudie and Avy Conditt and wife went to New port the 6th. The former went to Batesville to spend two days. Homer Richie and sister, Ruble, went the 6th to Shoffner to visit rel atives. The former to attend the in stitute. ■ the guest of Mr. T. C. Holt’s and at Claude Vaulner’s this week, but has now returned hime. i Grandma Breton and Mrs. Will Breton and children left this even ing for Amagon to visit relatives. Mrs. Jennie Clark and children^ Lester and Lucile, and grandma Clark of Heben Springs spoilt from Wednesday until Saturday at Grubbs. Hope the editor and all of the scribes had a jolly good time at their meeting Saturday. Wishing the Independent and its many readers much success, I am The Happy Widow. BALCH. Health is good in this vicinity. The Rev. Mr. Barnett preached a sermon Saturday night, Sunday and also one Sunday night The baseball team met and organ ized Saturday evening. , J. M. Balch, Roy Balch hnd Fred erick Ball are attending the Institute at Newport this week. i Prof. A. B. Jackson has been teach ing a good singinlg school. We are very proud of him. The dredgeboat is moving along very well now. Our Sunday school is progressing well under the superintendency of Ba der Jackson. Neighbor Derby and Bright Eyes. EIGHT MILE. \ The dry weather still continues and prospects are not so favorable as has been. W. B. Mustin and family of Tupe lo were visiting D. J. Nanoe and ftunr liy Saturday and Sunday. Little Arthur Nance, who has been very sick for several days, is now able to be up. Mrs. E. E. McFadden and children left Monday to visit their relatives at or near Cord. R. W. Bigham and Jack Langley are very prominent young m/en or this place. Ask them what kind of time they had Sunday. Mrs. M. B. Owens, who has been last few days, returned last Thurs visiting home at Sulphur Rock for the day. Oscar O’Banion has been on the sick list for several days, but is now able to be up again. Brother Barber of Beedeville preached an excellent sermon at Eight Mile church Sunday night. Our singing class is still progress ing, but would like for more to come out Saturday night than we had last time. Let’s everyone come and try and build up a singing school. Brother McDonald of Sulphur Rock will preach at Beedeville Saturday ! and Sunday night, all are cordially in vited to come out and hear him. The boys from Beedeville and this place played baseball against Tupelo Saturday on Tupelo grounds. All came back stating of having a nice j time and winning the game. Hurrah! 1 for the home boys. Dr. M. B. Owens has had soma rid ! ing to do this week, but the sick are all improving at this writing. Mrs. Jack Langley and children left Thursday to visit homefolks near ! Essex Mo. W. W. and P. W. Beede passed through our town Monday en route to Newport Our salesman, Mr. J. W. Mullins of McCrory was up bright and early Monday morning selling a few gro ceries and then returned home. Rev. C. A. Northcutt of this place ia now ready to fill calls for the sum mer. If any congregation iii need of a good preacher, will get Brother Northcutt they will make no mistake. Aunt Permelia Nance is improv ing slowly at this writing. We hope to see her up soon. , Quite a large crowd of school teachers passed here Monday en route to Newport to attend the Institute. ] Sam White of Cow Lake was over jMflld^f: r.-,' V", C. R. GRAY PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON E \ R L BUILD i » 0 OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to 11 a. na 1 p. a to 5 p. a OFFICE TELEPHONE 20T The Camille Cafe | GIVES SPECIAL ATTENTION —TO Banquets, Lawn Parties And Church Socials.. WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRON AGE. CALL NUMBER III Mt. Nebo ARKANSAS CLOUD HIGH j ‘ ■ SUMMER RESORT « — The Place of Cool Breezes Beautiful Scenery All Indoor and Outdoor Sports 1 The Ideal Spot for Children and Babies j ! For information or reservations, write to CHAS. B. SLOAT, | Assistant General Passenger Agent LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 'ir consult local a?ent \s * BJ5 3E SJg |Ug 0jg ELE IE HE IE TJE IE Wg nE tE JE OE IE HE Lg Wg ^aaaSara.anaraaraanlanlanlanlanlanlanlanisrOarBsnlSnlananl g Chautauquaf | Begins June . | \ jjyi and brings five days of high grade entertainment of an \ . WE great educational and inspirational value. ^ i rn Tlr3 THE CHAUTAUQUA is no longer looked upon as a =g luxury. It is now classed as a necessity. And it is a ne- arO jug cessity if you desire to keep up with the procession. ^ THE VAWTER SYSTEM management has succeeded si |jcj in keeping the price down within the reach of ail. Any 4 ^ body can afford to buy a season ticket. qe yj STUDY THE PROGRAM BOOKLET. You will be a- 'M jy= mazed at the wonderful list of platform talent. You can ^ y see and hear everyone of the ten double programs for ^ an the small price of a season ticket. ■ IF* —im MONEY NEVER BOUGHT SO MUCH as a Vawter System Chautauqua. There are five special musical or ganizations, one for each day. There are clever enter tainers who know how to drive care away. There are able lecturers with messages of real uplift and power THE CHAUTAUQUA affords to thousands of people jys their only chance for a real vacation. It is the welcome opportunity to get away from the ceaseless grind of every day work and worry. THE CHAUTAUQUA is the promoter of progress- It is filled with enthusiasm and cheers up the human spirit. The lectures impart information of value and the music and entertainments make you glad you are alive. THE CHAUTAUQUA comes but once a year. Be cer tain to arrange your other affairs so you cannot be cheated out of Chautauqua. JET THE BOYS AND GIRLS INTERESTED. The en tertainment is clean aand wholesome. .There are no suggestive utterances, no immoral jests. The influence is all in the right direction SECURE SEASON TICKETS and get ready to enjoy to the full the full five days. You owe it to yourself. iy=j Don’t fail SEASON TICKETS BOUGHT FROM THE LOCAL COMMITTEE IN ADVANCE ARE FIFTY CENTS CHEAPER. I I -«.--— R EMM EL. Brother Northcutt preached two sermons here Sunday. We are needing rain very bad now. Sig Shoffner and son were here Saturday and Sunday. E. D. Dean and his sisters and May Bowman went to Cow Lake Sunday. E. H. Bowman is on the sick list this week. The boys say that they wish it would rain so they could plow up the old sun-burnt corn stalks and plant over. j Some of the people at this place can’t fish enough through the week, so they go back on Sunday. Miss Cora McCartney has returned from school at Henderson, Tenn. New Comer. B SIDING. Health is very good at this place. W!e are having some dry weather and people would like to see a little rain. Frank Famer, wife and children, Nettie Gamble and her brother were at B. F. Hartwick’s Sunday in their car. Louis Johnson and wife are the happy parents of a baby girl. Taylor Tinsley was the guest of Mr. Edgar Hardin Saturday night and Sunday. B. F. Hartwick, wife and little girl, Maude, left on 29 Saturday noon for Batesville to see his uncle who is sick, returning Sunday night. Jack Gorson and wife were visiting at the home of their father, Mr. Sid Hardin, last Sunday. Luther Whitlock’s little daughter, Velma, is on the sick list. Charley Hutton and wife were the gnests of Louis Johnson Saturday and Sunday. L Don Wihitlock is on the sick list this week. Nearly everybody la done hoeing S. W. Whitlock and wife, Albert Winkles and wife, C. D. Johnson and wife were visiting at Luther Whit lock’s Sunday. STRINGER’S MILL. Uncle Dan Stringer, the owner of a large mill at this place, returned to his home at Bono Friday, after spend ing last week here, getting everything in working order. Little Miss Alta Browning of Grubbs came in today to be the guest of Miss Grace Holt until Monday. Claude Vaulner, Call Breton and Herman Darnell made a business trip to Bono the first of the week. Mrs. Della Keene of Hutchinson, who thinks of spending the summer at this place, has been real sick for the past three days, but is better at this writing. Mother Henderson, after spending two days at Grubbs returned home yesterday. 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