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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1920.
MISSISSIPPI M. E. APPOINTM HA ENTS AT ESTON READ Memorial Service Features Last Day of Conference Many Changes Noted in New Assignments. (Special to The News Scimitar.) ' CHARLESTON', MMs.. Nov. 22 The North Mis:i.sit i.i Annual run erence of tl.e Mi thi. list Kii!'iil chnrcn, South, cam to u clone here Sunday night with 'hi- reailinir of the ministerial appointments fur th en suing year by liishop MoMurray. Jjarire crowds attended tlio nervloes Sunday, many coming from ut of town. Kishup MeMurniy preached in the mortjinjr, followini: the annual love feast. Memorial services were held in the afternoon for memliera of the conference who bad died dur ing the year. Kev. L. M. Lipscomb preached at night. i The appointments wore: ABKKDKKX DISTRICT. - j; T. H. Dorsey, presiding elder; Ab erdeen, James K. Cunningham: Al goma Circuit. William Commander, upply; Amoiy, K, K. Smoot, lielle fontulno circuit. V. C. lattox, sup ply; Buena Vista circuit, K. M. ( Evans; Calhoun City. A. A. Martin; Kupora and Maben, J. A. Coleman; 1 Fulton circuit, L. Betterton, supply; Greenwood Springs circuit, K. K. Drlskell, supply; Houlka rircuit, B. F. M. Bullard; Houston, K. il. Shaw; Mathiston circuit, . T. li. Thrower, supply; Nettleton circuit, W. H. Wil liams; Okolona, J. H. Brooks; l'on totoc, H. I". Lewis; Prairie and Strong. D. W. Bab; Shunnon and Mettleton, R. I. Collins; Randolph circuit, T. M. Plunkett, supply; Sa lem and Oakdale, R. M. l'npasnn, supply; Smithville circuit, J. K. Ow ens, supply; Topocola circuit, J. A. Erodie; Smithville circuit, J. W. Jones, supply; Tupelo. J. A. Hall: Verona circuit, W. B. Baker. Varda man circuit, J. R. Murff; Woodland circuit, T. J. Halfacre; assistant edi . , tor Sunday school literature, J. W. Eoswell. COLUMBUS DISTRICT. A. T. llacllwaine, presiding elder; , Ackerman circuit, W. L. Storvent; Artesla, It.- M. Young; Brooksvillo circuit, W. W. Hartsfield: Caledonia circuit. R. L. Ellis: Cedar Bluff cir cuit, W. R. Living; Chester circuit, J. A. Biffle; Columbus, First church, L. M. Lippscomb; Columbus, Central .church, T. K. Gregory; Crawford and haeffers, T. H. Wills; Ethel circuit, . X 8. Alojtey; High I'oint circuit, R. T. Nolen, supply; Kosciusko, K. H. Cunningham; Kosciusko circuit, W. A. Bowlin; Longview circuit, Chester Ray. supply; Louisville, P. W. Dor- man; McCool circuit, D. R. McDou- (tai; Aiaoon, Olin Ray; Macon cir cuit, C. W. Bailey; Mushulavllle cir cuit, Guy Ray; Mayhew and Sess mus, Seamon Rhea; Noxapater cir cuit, J. A. Goad; Shuqualak circuit, W. I. White; Starkville, T. M. Brownlee; Sturgis circuit, W. A. Langley, supply; West Point. Carroll varner; field secretary, board of fi nance, J. W. Bell; chaplain, U. S. A., J. A. Randolph. CORINTH DISTRICT. J. B. Randolph, presiding elder; Blue, Mountain circuit, W. O. Burks; Booneville, J, W. Ward: Booneville circuit, J. D. Buggs. supply; Bums vtile circuit,, R C. Nanny, supply ;, Chalybeate circuit, J. O. Johnson;' Corinth, First church, O. W. Brad--leV;.Cprlnth, South Side, B. p. Ful lilove; Corinth circuit. A n Re.iu. ley; Dumas circuit, M. L. Ward, sup. ply; Goden circuit, J. R. James, sup ply; Guntown and Baldwin, W. W. Jones; Hickory Flat circuit, D. C. Cost; luka, H. R. Carter; luka cir cuit, W. T. Phillips; Kossuth cir i"C, E. Downer; Mantachie clr "ruit, G. B. Love, Rtipply; Marietta, T. O. Adair, supply; Moore villa cir cuit, J. C. Nelson, supply; Myrtle rircuit. O. A. Baker; New Albany, .1. K. Stephens; New Albany circuit W C. Beasley; Potts Camp circuit, M. A. Burns; Renzi circuit, R. ;. a. Carlisle; Ripley, P. F. Luter; Sher man, J. L. Nabors; Silver Springs rircuit, to be supplied; Tishomingo rircuit, W. T. Huzsel. supply; Wheeler circuit, J. W. York; confer ence evangelist, W. A. Wilson. C.RKKNV1LLE DISTRICT. J. H. Felts, presiding elder; Be noit circuit, W. R. Goudeloik; Boyle circuit, C. A. Northington; Clsrks dale, K. N. Broyles; Cleveland, W. W. Mitchell; Coahoma and Lyorw, W. C. THE NEWS SCIMITAR BETTER THAN WHISKEY FOR COLDS AND FLU New Elixir, Called Aspironal, Medicated With Latest Scientific Remedies, Used and Endorsed by European and American Army Sur geons to Cut Short a Cold and Prevent Complications. Every Druggist in U. S. In structed to Refund Price While You Wait at Counter ! If Relief Does Not Come Within Two Minutes. Delightful Taste, Immediate Relief, Quick Warm-Up. The sensation of the year in the Crag trade la Aspironal. the two tninute cold and coush reliever, au tboritatlvely guaranteed by the lab oratories; tested, approved and most enthusiastically endorsed by the Ucbest authorities, and proclaimed tT the common people us ten times M Quick and effective ns whisknv ock and rye. or any other cold and couch remedy they have ever tried. All drug stores are n-jw supplied With the wonderful new elixir, so all tou nave to do to get rid of that cold m w inij in - nearest drug htore hood the clerk haif a dollar for a botJ Oe of Aaplronal and tell him to serve joxx two teaspoonruls with four tea- POOnfUls Of water in rt U'iM. your watch in vnnr linixl t..L i.- - - - ......... mo 1 drink at one swallow anl call for juur money puck in two minutes if juu Kun mi ieei your cold fading! away like a dream within the time limit, von t be bashful, for all uiuKgiaiD mviie you ana expect you ' ""'ji'uy aoing it. When vour cold nr i lieved, take the renninder of the uume nome to your wife and babies for Aspironal is by far the safest and moet effective, the easiest to take and tlr most agreeable cold and cough , uir uunu ana cnuaren. Carlisle; Duncan and Hlllhouse. T. R Wasson: Kvansville circuit, J. H. Ingram: l-riar Point, C. I'. Moss; Glen Allan circuit, S. C. Yates; Green ville, K. S. Lewis; (iunnison circuit. E. K. McKelthen; Hollandale circuit. J. A. George; Jonestown and Rich. II. K. Scott;Lake Cormorant circuit. R. G. Lord; Lcland, V. M. Young; Lula and Dundee, S. A. Browns Morl gold and Alligator, L. A. McKeown: Kosednle, J. W. Robertson; Sbaw, .1. D. Simpson; Shelby, .1. M. Wyatt; Tunica, C. A. Parks; chaplain U. S. army, J. M. Mouse. GRKKN'WOOl) DISTRICT. S. L. rupi, presiding elder; Acona, .1. A. I'oe; Belitoni. V. M. Campbell; Black Hawk circuit, W. S. Selman; ' Ciirrollton circuit, R. W. Evuns; Coda circuit. W. Hester, supply; lr"W. . . Duncan; Dublin cir cuit. .1. .1. P.rnoks: ldienezer circuit, A. .1. Ilcnrv: Grecinvuud. V. C. t'ur tls: lndlanola. W. C. tlabeiHin; In verness, K. It Sharii; Ittabe.na, .1. T. I.o. UM.u t ; Lambert circuit. A. I.. Davenport: Lexington, W. II. Mounger; Mint.er City, J. T. McCaf feitv; Muurehead, .1. 1). Wroten; l'lilllip circuit, N. .1. Guiding; Rule vllle circuit. W. S. Shipnian: Schlat er clrr-uit, (), L. Savage; Sidon and Cruger. J. J. Garner; Sunflower cir cuit. W. Ij. Graves; Swlftun circuit, to he supplied: Tchula. H. N. Mc Klbben; Tutwiler and Gleudora, W. X. Dodd: Webb circilt. S. 11. Caffey: rural survey .secretary home depart ment bunrd of missions. U. II. Ruff; conference missionary secretary, li. P. Jaoo; principal Acona high school. A. Si. Itrisco. GRENADA DISTRICT. R. A. Tucker, presiding elder; Ab beville circuit. T. .1. Hopper; Ash land, D. K. Crowson. supply; Cof feeville circuit, W. V. Rodgcru:' Duck Hill rircuit. W. J. Wood; Durant. R. P. Neblett; Grenada. W. W. Wool kerd; llolcnmbe circuit. W. M. Lang- ley; Holly Springs. W. R. Lott; Kil m'ichael circuit, J. W. Raper; Tamar circuit. O. D. Kurt; Oxford, T. H. Lipscomb; Oxford circuit, G. W. Roberson, supply; Paris circuit, to be supplied: Pickens circuit, J. 11. Smith; Poplar Creek circuit; It. S. Lawson: Rodbanks cirruit. W. W. Bruner: Sallls circuit, . P. Armour; Tie Plant circuit, G. T. Sledge, sup ply; Valden circuit, W. V. Shearer; Waterford circuit, M. B. Williams, supply; Water Valley. First church, L. P. Wusson; Water Valley, Main street and Taylor, D. H. Crowson, Winona, T. M. Bradley; Winona cir cuit, J. A. Patterson; president Gre nada College, J. W. Countlss; confer ence secretary of education, J, W. Holder. SARDIS DISTRICT. R. A. Meek, presiding elder: Arka butla circuit, W. O. Hunt; Batesvllle, M. Johnson; Byhalla circuit, C. T. Floyd; Charleston, J. T. Lewis; Cockrum circuit, T. L. Oakes; A. F. Moore, supernumerary; Coldwafer circuit, A. S. Raper; Corao, A. C. Mc- Corkle; Courtland circuit, W. D. Bennett; Crenshaw and Sledge, J. M. Gulnn; Crowder and Oak Grove, M. H. Weed, supply; Hernando, N. G. Augustus; Horn Lake circuit. L. H. Floyd; Longtown circuit, J. B. Conner;- Mount Pleasant circuit, G. C. Gregory, supply; Oakland circuit, C. L. Oakes; Olive Branch, L. WT. Cain; Pleasant Hill circuit, H. H. Wallace, supply; Sardls, E. G. Mohler; Sardls circuit, T. H. Porter; Senatobla, R. O. Brown; Suford circuit, N. D. Guerry; Tyro circuit, F. II. McGhee; conference Sunday school secretary, R. II. B. Gladney; student Kmory university. J. S. Duncan.' . t Transferred to other conferences: C. D. Mcfiehee, an elder to the St Louis conference; S. W. Bryant, an elder to the Little Rock conference; W. L. Durden, an elder to. the Louis iana conference and stationed at Rayne Memorial, New Orleans; A. M. Bennett, an elder to the Memphis conference; Bessie F. Watson, class of the third year to the Mississippi conference; W. O. Wagoner, an elder to the Louisiana conference and sta tioned at Abbeville. Peculiar interest attaches to the news that Denver's city council Is consider ing a measure tn banish the horse from the city limiis by 1925. Msny things can happen In four years that are not Imminent as we go to press. In the fall of 19"4 such an ordi nance might be passed. Hut we will wager a pair of hand embmidered tlioe laces Hgalnst what have vou that Denver fails to pass the horse 'i xtliiKUishlng measure In 1!20. Motor Life Ministers Call On New Greek Premier (By the Associated Press. ATHENS. Nov. 82. All foreign ministers accredited to the Greek government have called officially on George Rhallis, the premier of the de facto government in Greece. . It Is rumored that chief command ui me ureea army will be given to Prlnco Andreas, brother of farmer iving lonstantine. Germans Resent Danzig Decision (By International Newa Service.) BKKLIN. Nov. 22. German news papers express resentment over the decision of the league of nations to place Danslg under Polish military protection. The press point ed out that the fact- th ""-man ia to be the cltya official language was a tacit admission that it ia a uennan cuy. . TO RESUME INQUEST. (By International Newa Service 1 PERRY. fl N 0-11..; Charlea H. Garrett has ordered the nuuni.ua county coroner'a Jury to re convene Nov. 27 at fnr) 1r.i1... resume the inanlrv Inin 4nu Fred D. Sheoard. wealths nh grower, whose fatal illness, it ia suspected, resulted from poisoning. ExDerts will testifv o. in (K. 7. their examination of the vital organs oireiiuu, wnose remains have been Say Q N0.7 Soon Na8 Tomorrow jwu "J. Perfect Laxative a i-oiA.. . . Tonic" BSLVASEXA MEDICINE (JO. Q 1 vri!if.i Stuff the bird with OST TOASTIES Makes the finest kind of dressing Adds Flavor Royal Ready "Delta'foand Roofings Paroid and ) Cheaper Grades We have composition roofing furnished (n rolls that is easy to put on. Your orders will be handled intelligently, for experts in roofing are always at your service. We recommend these brands as two of the best moderate priced ones made. ' ASPHALT SH1NOLES . freen a"d gray asphalt shingles of best qualities and full weight. 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The University of Illinois has proved that the ordi nary asbestos paper on furnace pipes allows a large amount of your heat to escape into the cellar instead of going up into the rooms where you need it. Carey Asbestair will stop the waste of heat in the cellar and pay for itself the first year. It lasts as long as the pipes and can be applied by anyone even when the fire is going. Call or phone for particulars. Jlho ase for booklet proving these coal savings. Headquarters for the building and insulating products 0 ASPHALT ASBESTOS MAGNESIA, A Roof for Every Buildinf Fischer Lime & Cement Memphis Company Tei Fischer Cement & Roofing Co., Little Rock, Arkansas 62-20 L:- I Chaatmrtleldt are obtainable t hading cigar ttanda in Nw York, Chicago and other principal eitiea of the United Statea in packages of 30 pro tected by apecial moiature -proof wrapper. Alaoin round AIR-TIGHT tine of 30. I SWELLED with pride. THE FAT man next to may, WAS READING one. OF MY cigarette) adi. AND I felt him chnckl. ; NOW NO one had erer. e PRAISED THAT ad, SO I had to ask. IF HE liked it AND HE said, "Sore." AND LAUGHED some more. THEN HE said. "LOOK HERE" and pointed. AND WHERE I'd written. "PURE TOBACCO." m THE PRINTER had aet. "PURE TABASCO." AND THAT'8 why the maa. . - t THOUGHT MY ad. WAS HOT stuff. BUT THEN ho said. "FORGET THE ads. I NEVER read 'em. - BUT LEMME tell you. SOMETHING DIFFERENT. THEY OUGHT to say. ABOUT THAT cigarette. AND THAT la this. THEY SATISFY." AND DARNED If I don't think. HE REALLY believed. HE WA8 glrlng me. SOMETHING NEW! SI mm - jaaaaari YOU can blame It on the printer if you donl see "They Satisfy" in a Chesterfield adver tisement. But be sure of this you'll find it in the cigarette, every time. Wonderful Turk ish and Domestic tobaccos, wonderfully blended ' it sounds easy. But you'll find nothing else like Chesterfields. 1at blend can't be copied. J CI A . A ; ; J. 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