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HEADQUARTERS
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are offered for a short time only tin
util Stenography by the beist equipped and most
thorough Business College in Mississippi. r it:is is
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mation. Li urn what our graduates are doing,
school is open the entire vear and students may
enter at any time.
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"The School of Actual Business.
M. F. M1TCHEL, Pres.
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Meridian, Miss.
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You want of the food you need
Kodol will digest it.
Our Guarantee
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Tou need a sufficient amount of
pood wliolesome food and more than
this you need to fully digest it.
Else you can't gain strength, nor purchase a dollar bottle, and if you
can you strengthen your stomach if can honestly say. that you did not
It is weak.
You must eat in order to live and
Go to your druggist today, an*
receive any benefits from it, after
using the entire bottle, the drug
gist will refund your money to you
without question or delay.
We will pay the druggist the prie*
of the bottle purchased by'you.
This offer applies to the large
bottle only and to but one ln %
family.
maintain strength.
You must not diet, because the
body requires that you eat a suffic
ient amount of food regularly.
Eut this food must be digested,
and it must be digested thoroughly.
When the stomach can't do it,
you must take something that will
help the stomach.
The proper way to do is to eat
what you want, and let Kodol di
gest the food.
We could not afford to make such
an offer, unless we positively knew
what Kodol will do for you.
It would bankrupt us.
The dollar bottle contains 2541 lines
as much as the fifty cent bottle.
Nothing else can do this. When
the stomach is weak it needs help;
you must help it by giving it rest,
and Kodol will do that.
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Kodol Is made at the lahe. atoriea
of E. C. De Witt & Co.. Chicago.
Sold by Ward's Pharmacy.
News Ads Get Results.
SOUTHERN DEVELOPMENT
Four Years Growth Along
Line of M. J. and K. C.
Under th* heading i f 'PltcUi'Al
Interest of Railroad* in Developing died
Southern Natural Resources," thoi °*
Manufacturais' Record say# :
L L L».vr.-rce, manager of
migration and industrial depart- '
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ent Mobile, .lackson an.i Hinsa*
City railroad company, inure, Mi**.,
says :
"Iks Mobile, Jackson nrd Kim
City railroad !.»* been g< tnnleted
im
pre
.•te
from Mobile, A'a , to M:«» iieiou.
of 4t3 mi
jî in**
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IVnis., a
now aptmtini! n uouble urt
songer *er vice aver ?n>* i-ntir
passing through the second ncr ot
count i«s lying witMn th* eastern
booniituite* of Mosissipct und h:»e't.
:ug the feriilc territory lying ba
line
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tween the Illinois Central railroad
the west, aud the Mobile aud
d, to the easy
Ojio rsiir
Inis t s ta bushed oonnec' i.s.s »uh the
The Im-*
uv.
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(Jou'hern, the Limsvilie and a a sit.
rille, tue Mobile and Ohio, Queen
and Orescent and th
ways, thus (lording every ady.ui
tage for the UiS.ribiilUiU of Height.
Along the line nr « the thriving
her
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non
towi.8 of M >btle, Wtiniftf, Ati . Lu
oeuAie, Htchtui, O.itiiettiure, E.
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wife
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Mr«.
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lie, Liure. Da; Springs, Newton,
Colon, PLlladelplita, Ln. is ville
Honstoo, Pi.utoT - .1011 N<-w A-.uin
Miss. Four ye.ii» ago the n
native fores s over almost tile » nitre
wav. On the property now me lo
Wi»S
oated 1UJ saw tnli.s huvuig
btned capacity of morn than 3 000,
000 feet of lumber per day. The 1
com -
ti0;l8 •* lon * ,be * nnre l,U( * 8 »w V8r y I hi
productive and well adapted to gen- j lo
eral farming and trucking, as well
to stock raising and fruit grow- we
mg. As the forests are being cut or
away agriculture is assuming good!
proportions, with highly sHMsfao-1
tory results. Lauds are reasonable ;
price, ranging from 15 to 13.50!
with terms on payments
per acre,
desired
The climate is good ; the water
excellent and easily uhtatned by |
artesian methods ; the opportunities j
offered to the farmer and the liiar.u
facturer could hardly be heller, i
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During the last two years uotwyU
stnndiug depression^ 913 new farms
nave bem opened up; 61 new ccttou
gins, 14 bonded cotton warehouses.
3 cotton seed oil mills, 13 commer
cial warehouses, 73 saw mills, 6
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planing mills and 14 woodworking ]
establlshuienrs bave been erected i
to sav nothing of orchards trucking
• I to
farms, etave plaut« and coi tuercidii
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Financial plans are nowf
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enterprise.
under wav for extending the line to !
tbs Uaio river at the north, and to
(he coal fields of Alabama at the
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New Store to Open
Mr. Maurice Meyer has leased the j ,
building on Mam street formerly j f
occupied by the postoffee and wil1 i
shortly open a first class dry goods ■,
.and gents furnishing store. Mr : Li
Meyer has had large experience >u
the dry goods aud clothing bitai-1
ness and is an excellent iulesrnan. i w
!He is popular and progressive |
and will doubtless make a success ;
oi his new undertaking.
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Hattiekburg, Miss. Feb. 3, 1809
Mr M W. Hyde,
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Friend Hyde: Please «end me
another bottle of your rheumatism !
cure either by express or mail y ull i
will remember ray wile suffered
with rheumatism for over three i
years, the greater portion ot her
time confined to her bed. At the !
same time trying all kinds of SO Jof
'called cures without the «lightest !
relief or benefit. And she is just j
finishing up the third bottle of your
medicine and she has not felt the
very siigbest touch afthe
disease tn three or four week*. I
Hunk *hei* cured, at the same time
would be good idea for |
I I thought it
I : er to take at ieaat one more bottle
to make sure ot it. My wifeiscer
tainly a. be iever in your rhenma
■ tism cure and would «willingly give
! you te*timonia! «iiorld you desire
j same. You certainly have a won
derful remedy and we feel that we
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lit. With beet wishes, 1 am your
L B. Holland.
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We are sole Agonts for Stu le
friend.
baker, high grade buggies, Atiac
J ta Whit« Star, Simmons Buggy
Co. Jackson G. Smith oi Barne»
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ville, Ga. American Carnage to.
Bauner Buggy ^ «., Hercules«
B0KÜV Co - PhoeDix
and the Mitchell \\ agou.
Hicks Mercantile Co, Laurel,,
VENERABLE CITIZEN DEJD.
Rev. M. G. Turner Passes to
His Final Reward.
Wcï > 1. G Turn«
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oil •
.ill»-"*» of bevetdl
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The t
tierral took place from
ItltoY
Clock,
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bed b> Kev. VV. A K,
Koactneko, n lue
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pre
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ho paid
i#» tnettiors.
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tiiUrtli.it I
mtiii cemetery, i
in** the funeral,
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rendered b) the
which ihe deceit
Turner w*
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looted Si»»l
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tl «on ot In«
At Hie age
li( là yea
Baptised
verteil to the Haptist tmtli amt «„*
in Newton count; . mul
unmedtuli ly took an
MdVH
Cittipa* t n
tlvr i m
au»*e of i hri«t
rnii»tcd m
I« iililitAiy
uv. known .»« the J.t«pei Lt
. der the comtn«itid of CoL J. J. Sh*m
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18M, he
her of the lauiu
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non (then L.ipti
tou«m for the
lotnuon
Confederate cuttee
throughout the Civil NV«i. Him
wife and live children, ]>r li. L.
Turner, of »Melridtan; W. A. Tuioei
«nid Kit« eue L 1
Mr«. C. Mieet, of Kdi«\ih»
Ai re, J. VV Ho«
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glad to see out Inend«. KememberJ '*
we guarantee tacure Klieiimiitism
or refund your money,
•Vt. W. 11Y1JL Drug «lore.
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Jones County Farmer Sends
in Agricultural Curiosity
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inear for the fertility of her soil und
i ll,e heavy, prolific yield ot the va-,
! rled products thcreot. ;
The latest evidence ot this feruUty 1
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ol soil was received hi llie C hronicle
olllce at the hands of Mr, Klynl, car ;
rler on Rural Route No. 3, in the!
shape ot a cluster of about lllleen
smail, but perfectly formed eurs of j
] corn ou one »talk. The productive-j
i ness of this particular sialk must
have been very great nut to he able j
I to t* 11 «cif in two or llim* n v • I
*-*a ,cmu ,,tÿe11 ,u 1 u or inuen ' ;
I praift car« hi lilt* oicliiiarv wav Iml .
Kai * ,u l,ir u * u,l,Mr > ™ ll ^>* ulu
j tiiiiat need pat* them and force it^jW.
kliert? llie btstfel
Instead of the 1
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»elf out at the top,
' 11 -11 .* 1 J v develop».
j ordinary ta«8ei, there ^rew a cluster ;
j of •mail, but well defined ear«, cot» (
! and irr« in, an before stated, from \
j , na | tll , K „Xiretty silken bunch, this j
j f rea |, „j lla | Ure waB tounâ in the '
i crop ot J. fe. King, who lives
■, KOtK j f irn , eight mile* north trom |
: Li „ ire l, and U evidently a success
,aimei, if he can make fifteen ,
#((r , of corn Rtuw ou one *,„ik. ;
i w (, rr e ordinarily two ears only !
| Krow ._ Lalire | chronicle,
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1 which grew long silk, the whole!
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See King'» improved VVeeder, on i
1 exhibit at
Uuflin Mercantile Co.
pAPiJR FB0M COTTON STALKS.
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the announcemt,nt that Uie cmtract e
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! hn * b '*-" lMf ,or t,1B preotio '' "* Cor -
i de'.O of the first plant in the world
«« maunfaoMirM paper from Cotton
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TluAjontract calls for the coin
! pietton of thf* plant br the middle
Jof October, at which tims tlM work;
! of manu f acturm g (he new
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*>" ot P°P er hB: ' th,,t ,h * u '' ,, of
by product of the cotton crop will
| ultimately p ace filtv million dollars |
prod a
li is estimated that a ton and u
half of cotton stalks will produce a
in the bands of the farmers of the .
south,
The new tr.iïl will employ fifty
seventy-fly» high Clac» operstiVe*
or
will
i and the payroll»
»boat sever, hundred ami fifty dol-j
amount to
lars a week.
The capacity cf the plant will he
j «bunt forty ton» r»er day Two ma
chine* will be install«*!, one f<>* tbe ;
manufacture of was. toilet, tissue j
and the other
and blotting »aper,
will make wrapping, hardware
^ 18 T' n P* ,r -
The economic feasibility < f mak-;
^ ^ . rom ,.. r .
.'.emonstrated and the
progress ot tht# new industry wil: be
watened with great tab-rest. — At
ianu Journal.
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BAPTIST REVIVAL CLOSEO
Resulted in Thirty-Six Addi
tions to the Church.
Th« Baptist I
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tiduclre
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the
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taxed
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to
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He relui tied lor
iiWl VCI *4l»d «Mf*
till
lew iiu tube»«
io be bipti««.M
left Mon
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lotir ot whom «te
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Child's Perfect Develop
ment.
SaiiFiaucisco July 1st.— Mi»* Mar.
galet hilWHidt, ol Ll.ik.amt, lia»
Liven awa;ill'll lliv medal ol the [
New York IMiyeical Culture bocieiy ,
lor the mom perfect physical coi
gn I under
in all lilt world.
l lie announcement was made lo the
child's moltier, Mr». L. hditli Lil
ratds, three days ago, and the ilieu
ill tie torwaide.1 within a lew
um ' 'levelopment ol
'* > el,r8 ul " Ke
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at
day».
i lie child'« mother t*
a teacher
ptiysic.il cultuie.
i'iis« i'lar^Mict in ll year» and
i 1 8 inch en
UHJ i'otimi». Her
are an lui* !
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icat lutHtiatreiticilU
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inuiito»
tali and
phy
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M tiiche»; I high. 11«
aukle, S inches.
Neck, U 1 vi
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»I in cl tee-; ettiort, 8 .1 i incite«;
uoriiitti .11 incite*, coiiuacu-u '27 tu* t
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*he charier ol incorponiiion of |
ill»- (illi*pul t C iliklli» >iI L'M.a jhii«.*
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btfliim iMiuliillcu uitli J /# oih'k .uk]
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K. Hniiili incorpur.Mor«. Ill«
capital *l°ck llie vaille of
»flare* betutf 810 I lliebu«
Hiring and coin
of clieiutc.il»»,
Hie luatiufi
pttiwidfOK
P® iut*» and proprieh*r> art icier |
Mr. ttmitli vv»»» retired in Klliavillel
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drugs,,
being a son of Ur. S. O. Hniith, and i
It«" many friend* here wnu wish |
htm »ticce
GOES *0 CLÀEK MEMORIAL COL
LEGE
Miliar«) P, Bull) ha» been e'ected
tt» the chair uf m i<lievti«tic« in Hie
Clink Memorial College at Newton- j
This is a good school with a future j
that
encouraging to thoae wiio : N
of Chrisiian education. I
The management i*to ban.iigialu
laled on securing .the services ol
Mr. Bush, and hi* friend* ar"t lea»- j
e j to know of his acceptant* ol the
approve
P'" ce
principal of the high school here,
where he ha* done a good work,
Before going there he served, with
credit to hfmscd and satisfaction i
For four year* .Mr. Hifnli wa*
knowledge
whom this school
er percent of it* pupil».— »anders
ville PrciirtrAnfve hra.
to llie iDsnfigvwcnt, m »unit; of Ihc
be»t bttfh Mtioola in the »late.
Hed lor the wof
Hi
k oi j
from in*,!
in a «uniiiar line of
is peculiarly *
Clark Memorial College
mng experience
irom a thorough {
I tiie people from ^
rid draw a great- '
vork and ala
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in Hi lie -
Mr. B
ville and thr
the county
friend* wo. 1
promotion.
,h i* well known
»ghoul Du»
and hi* mime
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m*
of his
glad to know
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tn Tis
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aaSawyotisncwwhiciifcnowxir
Slibslltilte,
Alter eating, pern.n:
rt-t benefit
wHIderi' _
of thc.^ pf'li. If jeu Have bCCd
DKI\K1SG HWf MICH,
they will promptly relic.c ti c titasca.
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Ellisville,
G. & S. 1. R. R.
Parlor Car Between Jackton and j
Gulfport on Train« Not. 3 aud 4.
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11.17 a ni 17:07 p m 11:41 pm 10:10 pm ill
DsVViti's llttla Early Purr*
best known pull
marte, are easy t
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mend them.
bd tin
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For rale* and «letaiied information
apply to Ticket
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jiag we^lLwr.
rlle Watch Word.
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EARL VV. FREEMAN, DR.
Of O-B. of O.
Lock Box 219.
Ellisville, Miss
My Eye«: Will gla*»e» give
me comfort? \ our case will
require an Examination. Sec
or write me--if your eye* are
bad.
Miss Lurline Chambers
will teach in the corner
building ol Fridge block,
et from Mr.
trig
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'tick
ideuce, dur
the three mouth* (rum
JUNK 14.1809, tn AUG. 30,1909.
All the grades from 3nd
through the High Sein
;
d.
t
«-.special alien lion
1 tlu>*e who tailed lo pas* their I
examination or who w-i»h to |
skip a «ecu
ward in
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