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From Ninety-Six. Mrs. H. E. Rogers, Miss Aliie C.' Brown, little Miss Louise Rogers and little Master Albert went to preaching at the Baptist church inEbenezer Sun dav, Rev. L. I. Thompson officiating, Mr. A. B Rogers, with his sisters, Misses Lukie and Daisy, were in Lex ington oh business Saturday. This scribe, in company with C. U.. were in the hustling little city of Pickens on Saturday last, and had tlx;, pleasure of dining at the cosy and hos pitable home of Mr. and .Mrs. J. L. Porter. Let us know, boys, when you get those fish and we will come down to help eat them. Mr. C. C. Rogers visited his sister. Airs. W. V. Frost, on Sunday last. Hayseed, for goodness sake don't go back on us with one letter; come join the band, and lets hear front you every week. Your letters are prized by the whole list of correspondents and the en.ire office force as well. Skidoo, you '11 have to go down and see what's become of Dutehie. Don't suppose she's been fishing and got caught herself, do you? Thanks, Happy Joe; your vote would be appreciated, even for the humble position of road overseer; sup pose, however, if we are elected we will have to go to the swamp, as the road overseer is non est in this section. Old Blue, its said that a man never knows how bad he is until he becomes a candidate, or how good he was until after he dies; and as we are especially anxious for the people not to find out the former and as it will be too late to do us an deem it ;ood as to the latter, we t policy to defer both as long as possible, it affords us a very great degree of satisfaction to have the assurance of the class of men who have taken an interest in our would-be candidacy, for different positions at different times. But the fact is, dear friend, we do not hanker after any office at all, and consequently, can not be considered as a possibility along those lines. There is a long-legged old cooter just below you, however, that like for you to work on a we would little. Little Master Walton Johnston, one of Rogers School's star pupils, after what was to us a most pleasant, and we hope to him a profitable, stay of several weeks with us, returned to his home Friday evening. Come to see us, Walton, my dear boy. Voters, did you ever think about it, when the candidate comes to solicit your vote, to make him define his po sition ; if for the legislature, what he expects to do or try to do; if for some position of trust and responsibility, to which he asks your support for a second turn, see it' he has lived up to his duties as an official. If a new man, require him to show why lie claims your support. It is not a sufficient sesame to office at this day and time that a man is a good fellow; if at present an incumbent who has been faithful to his trust, there is no good reason why you should not say to him : Come up, my friend, to the sop-pot and partake again of the broth pre pared for the faithful On the other hand, if he has been recreant to his trust—and we hoi>e there are none of that class in our county—bid him Be gone thou unfaithful; thou shalt drink cold water and chaw pine wax in the (j wilderness all the days of your life and not a drop of liquor shall be given to you! Say, Happy Joe, if you haven't seen Wholesale Liquor The L L. L. Co. Dealers Canton, Miss. Solicit Your Orders for All Grades of Good Liquor and Beers. ....WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR.... qt. per case $1.50 $15.00 full qts $1.50 $15.00 " G. R. Sharpe, U. S. Bonded $1.00 $10.00 " qt. per case $10.00 full qts $ 10.00 $10.00 5's Medallion, U. s . Bonded L. L. L. Special ii Old Log Cabin U. S. Bonded $1.00 $ 1.00 Green River $ 1.00 << Lamar Rye GIVE l T S A TRIAL Long Distance Phone 151. P. 0. Box 36. Lazard-Loeb Liquor Co. We keep only One T1417 DCCT Grade of Drugs. 1 llEi OLjl We ask your prescriptions on this basis Lowest Prices PURE DRUGS Best Skill C OMPLETE LINE of toilet articles, perfumery, writing tablets and fancy stationery, school books, cutlery, paints, oils, varnishes, cigars, chewing and smoking tobaccos. I SWINNEY & STIGLER SSjUsjJS □HIND Cleanses the system , thoroughly and clears sallow complexions of pimples and blotchea. It la guaranteed Cures Biliousness, Siclc Headache, Sour Stom ach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. Pleaaant to take Laxative Fruit Syrup FOR SALE BY B. S. BEALL. Spring Clothing of Character for Gentlemen of Taste! HR.#. % •• •> Jlfte •' ■: r m wm '&/■ fm m ... • To some extent you can judge Clothes like people, by the company they keep. The style, the patterns, the models worn by discriminating men are pretty apt to be f! right ! '—and so is their choice of Tailors. ;' ' i mm ism ' i fi \ Wm ■ m , I i j i a":v :( 1 V •»/ s?;S : < - w* ■"'5'V I *:■?*.. ■> H mm f * mm m % •• ip ■ & m. ■ e mm m , c* I ' v'jk.y t IS / ■J You will find this true of our Schloss-Tailored Clothes. You will see them worn by Wall Street brokers, by Fifth Avenue's well-groomed men, by Harvard sophomores—in short, by all groups and classes wherever good ta&e is apparent and properly-attired masculinity congregrates. I \>A 0 ■ IS ' & WM i m Mi m tx. Now a days everybody who amounts to anything is expected to be well dressed. To be otherwise is regarded as a sign of ignorance or poverty. No one cares to be placed in either class; everyone can be exceptionally well-clad in Schloss Clothes at moderate cost~the Clothes that offer the greatest all round value for your money. (0 WM • ?: f r 1 l <1 m M. > ■ mm i j a mi m. m l • j 1 % We are exclusive local Agent for these unrivalled garments. Our Spring Stock is juit in and embraces a splendid range at prices from $ 15 up. Come in and see our new Schloss Styles before you buy. ... 'i a lr mttf 40 •ros. tea, SCHLOSS yfim CM * / Pickens Brothers Company the latest, it's in town. Inquire for it. It's rich. Mrs. H. E. Rogers and Miss Aliie Brown had a few hours pleasant visit at the home of Miss Lydie Saturday. Some of vou girls must have been casting smiles at our Kyllingstad; for ho seems to be overflowing with jolly good humor these days. * Alisses Lukie and Daisy Rogl home from their respective school duties on a visit to the old folks, Fri day eve. We spent a short while Sunday eve with J. P. and Ida. They had as guests Mesdames Cooper and Gallagher, Air. and Airs. Ed Faulconer and Aliss Alice Alurtagh and Nora Thomas. Mr. J. L. Porter, of Pickens was a very welcome guest at the Greenwood home Alondav night. He is after the delinquent taxpayers, and it is woe unto the poor devil of that class; as Joe will sure get him! The worst wind and rain storm of the season Tuesday night—a regular chunk floater. Rogers rs came Mrs. Ninety received a letter Mon (j a y f roni our daughter in old Alissouri stating that they had a freeze up there, killing all their tomato plants, Also that the old Advertiser was a regular and very much prized weekly visitor to their home, with so much news from home that it seemed as though she was almost there some times. We are glad, iny dear girl, that you like the old paper; knew you woulil, however. NINETY-SIX. Pneumonia's Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung, writes AIr«. Fannie Connor, of Rural Route 1. Georgetown, Tenn., that I coughed continuously night and day and the neighbors' prediction—con sumption—seemed inevitable, until my husband brought home a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, which in my case proved to be the only REAL cough cure and restorer of weak sore lungs." When all other remedies ut terly fail, you may still win in the battle against lung and throat trou bles with New Discovery, the REAL cure. Guaranteed by B. S. Beall and Swinney & Stigler, druggists, and #1.00. Trial 1 Kittle free. MIC. Central. We are still having winter weather. The gardens have been badly dam aged by the frost. A small crowd from around here went to the swamp last week fishing. Airs. Ella Posey called on Mrs. Ella Davis Thursday evening. Mrs. Ola Waits and sweet little chil dren, Mary Lee and Allen, were guests of Mrs. Mattie Shoemaker Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dodson spent Satur day night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Landrum. Mr. Vernon Posey, of Richland, was down to see mama and papa Sunday. Misses Gertrude Bolling and Hassie Shoemaker spent a while Friday ing with Mrs. Buford Doty. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Waldrup spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Mat tie Shoemaker. Mr. Calvin Toombs and daughter, Miss Fannie Lou ofPiekens, spent Fri day evening with Mr. and Airs. J. B. Doty, Jr. Misses Effie and Vena Toombs called on the Misses Shoemaker Sunday even ing Come again, girls, we enjoyed your stay very much. Mesdames Landrum, Posey, Waits, Toombs and Yarborough were visitors at Mrs. Doty's Wednesday. Misses Hassie and Clara Shoemaker, Mesrss. Charlie and James Gage and William Shoemaker attend-d services at Harmony Sunday. Messrs. Evert Waldrup, Elbert Pugh, and Jimmie Bowman attended prayer meeting at Central Sunday night. Miss Mattie Shanks and biother went to Lexington shopping Saturday. Mrs. Jonn Landrum called on Mrs. Raymond Henderson Sunday. Mis. Nina Lipsey spent a few hours Tuesday evening with Mrs. Sallie Wynn. Mr. Vernon Posey and Miss Gertrude Bolling called on the Misses Toombs Sunday evening. Mr. Jake Holman spent Wednesday night with Mr. W. L. Williamson. Messrs. Banks and Hiram Upshaw visited their grandmother, Mrs. Irby Sunday. Messrs. John Petty, Reuben and Howard Toombs were visitors at Rose dale Sunday. Messrs. Tom Landrum and Albert McDaniel were Sunday visitors at Goodman. We regret very much to give up our cherished friends, Mr. and Mrs. Bu ford Dotv. We hear they will leave for Texas in a few days. Wake up, I mit and join our happy band. We miss your items very much. With best wishes to our dear old paper and its readers. I am, MAMA'S BRUNETTE. even Cured of Rheumatism. Mr. Wm. Henry ,of Chattanoogu, Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm. "The strength seemed to have gone out of the muscles so that it was useless for work, ' ' he says. ' 'I ap plied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and w apped the arm in flannel at night, and to my relief I found that the pain gradually left me and the strength re turned. In three weeks the rheuma tism had disappeared and has not since returned. ' ' rheumatism try a few applications of Pain Balm. You are certain to he pleased with the relief which it affords. For sale by Swinney & Stigler. If troubled with Lon Q Hill. Dear Editor: As this is my first trip I hope I will not be overlooked. Air. Cleveland Mooney visited his brother at Acona Saturday and Sun day. Miss Alice Green, our popular teach er, visited the parental home last week. C. Baughn and J. Al. Long attended the funeral of Mrs. W. P. Roach. Mrs. Annie Shipp went to Lexington shopping last Tuesday. Alaster Charlie Atooney spent Sun day with Robert Oneal. Mr. R.E. Mooney spent Sunday with his parents. His brother, Tom, turned with him to spend a week. Mr. D. J. Bailey spent Thursday with Mr. H. C. Banghn's family. Mrs. R. T. Tiner spent Monday evening vrey pleasantly with Airs. J. M. Long, Mrs. J. M. Long and Miss Alice Green spent Sunday with Mr. J. E. Mooney's family. Mr. J.W. Mooney visited Mr J. W. I Shipp at Tchula last week. Messrs. H. re Master Robert Oneal spent Saturday night with Charlie Mooney. Mrs. J. M. Mooney, we are glad to say improving from her operation. Quite a number from our neighbor hood attended the funeral of Mrs. J. M. Cooper at Oak Grove Sunday. Farmers are hustling in our neigh borhood. They are all through brak ing land and are planting cotton. Our county is scarce of candidates, there are not but 114 and some not an nounced yet. Best wishes to the paper. ERUFFUS RASTUS. Good Judgment is an essential characteristic of men and women. Invaluable to good business men and necessary to housewives. A woman shows good judgement when she buys White's Cream Vermifuge for her baby. The best worm medicine ever offered to mothers. Mhny indeed are the sensible mothers, who write expressing their gratitude for the good health of their children, which they owe to the use of White's Cream Vermifuge. Sold by B. S. Beall. Fairvlew. Miss Belia Shepherd and Mr. Jim Hunter McCaleb called at Mrs. Rosa Spell's Sunday eve. Messrs. Jim and Sam Roach and Al Harvey and Alisses Sallie and Katie Roach were guest of Dr. and Airs. C. O. Buck Sunday afternoon Miss Claudie Meriwether and broth er, John, spent Saturday night and Sunday very* pleasantly at Airs. J. A. Barrentine's, of near Brozville. Air. Al Harvey spent Sunday night with his friend, Air. Jim Roach. Air. J. E. Page, candidate for treas urer, visited in our neighborhood Monday. Mr. Frank Barrentine at Mr. R. L. Spell's Sunday afternoon. What's the attraction, Mr. F? Aliss Annie Aleriwether is spending this week with her aunt, Mrs. D. T. George, of near Oregon. Mr. Jim Hunter McCaleb visited homefolks Saturday night and Sunday. We were indeed sorry to hear of the death of Airs. W. P. Roach and extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family. Mr. J. A. Barrentine and daughters, Misses Elba and Mary, went to Lex ington shopping Friday and stopped a while with Mr. Aleriwether and family. Miss Fannie Spell spent a few days last week with her aunt, Airs. Millard Herring. was a caller ROXANA. There is more catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies, and by con stantly failing to cure with local treat ment. pronounced R incurable. Sci ence has proven catarrh to be a con stitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts direct ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send for circulars and teistimoniials. Address: F. J. CHENEY &CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Cypress. As it has been quite a time since we last wrote, we thought we would again attempt to scribble a few lines to the dear old Advertiser. Mesdames Cooper and Gallagher and Miss Alice Murtagh spent a few hours at the home of Mr. Rogers Sunday after ry pleasantly noon. Mr. Claude Frost attended the dance at Mr. Strowd's, near Franklin, last Friday night Mr. Leslie Spell spent Saturday night ve M and Sunday visiting relatives in and around Forest Grove. Mr. Red. tax assessor, was seen in this part of the country one day last week. Mr. Joe Rogers and son, Mr. Cliff, passed through here enroute to Pickens Saturday last. Messrs. Preston Rogers and Claud Frost were in Lexington transacting business Friday. Misses Irma and Olga Spell and Minnie Gallagher spent Sunday with the Misses Niland. Air. Carroll Spell was in Lexington last Saturday. Thank you. Air. Ninety-Six, for in quiring after us. And Skidoo, we thank you for the good advice you gave us a few weeks ago and we are going lo abide by it hereafter. Say, Skidoo, how is B. G. 't Air. Claude Frost called at the home of Mr. Jas. N iland Sunday eve. Mesdames Gallagher and Cooper and a small crowd of Cypress young folks enjoyed a surprise party at Air. N i land's Frida} night. Mr. Joe Cooper went back to Lexing ton Monday after a few days' visit home. Mr. Claud Frost spent Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mr. T. H. Alurtagh was on the creek one day last week. Mrs J. P. Rogers and little Joseph came to see us a little while one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Faulconer and Miss Nora Thomas called at Air. and Mrs. J. P. Rogers' Sunday. As news is scarce we will make our exit. POLLIE & A10LLIE. You Can Keep Well for 15 cents a month b Liver, Stomach and >y using Panol Bowel working just right. Tin box 15 cents. Money Iwck if you want it. For sale by B. S. Beall. Ebenezer. Dr. W. B. Burwell and son, J. W. Burwell, returned Saturday from visit to the coast. Mr. J. Y. Rainer, of Hopewell, ac companied by his daughter,Miss Katie May, visited relatives here Thursday of last week. Mr. B. W. Humphrey attended to business in Lexington last Friday. Air. Will Thomas and family visited Air. T. J. Rainer and famiy, at Evans, Sunday. Little Aliss Ruth Rainer companied them nome and will spend some time. Rev. L. I. Thompson, pastor of the Baptist church, accompanied by his wife, is spending several days with the people in this vicinity. ^frs. J. Al. Turner and Miss Hattie Atorgan went to Lexington shopping one day last week. John Tye and family, of Pick ens, were guests of Dr. E. C. Lucas and family the early part of the week. Dr. Al. H. Roberts attended the med ical association at Gulfport during last week. Mr. Turner and son, John, made a business trip to Lexington Thursday of last week* Air. Clyde Maxwell and wife, of Pickens, visited relatives here Sunday. Air. Burwell Humphrey was a visitor to Goodman Sunday evening. Mr. T. H. Alurtagh went to Lexing ton Tuesday to meet his son, Willie, on his return from Hattiesburg, where he has been attending school. Mr. Earl Ashley, accompanied by Mr. Crawford Reid, both of Lexington, were here on business Tuesday. Hon. W. P. Tackett, of Lexington, spent the early part of the week with his friend, Hon. S. N. Sample. _JULIETTE Testifies With Pleasure. Good evidence: ''With pleasure I testify to the merits of Hughes Tonic as a remedy for chills and fever. 1 recommend it, and in no case have I known it to fail, even in the most ob stinate. " Sold by druggists—50c. and fl bottles. Prepared by Robinson Pettet Co., Inc., Louisville. Don't forget to buv your fertilizer before it is too late, barrett Grocer Co. a ac Air.