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Contractor for both large and
Tubular wells with 3 ft 3 inch
pipe. Bored wells with 8
inch terrscotto pips.
Agent for Wind Mills, Gssso
Tiue and hot air engines,
and all kinds of pumps.
27 YEARS KXPXBIKNCB.
R. A. Lambert,
CANDICE E. GARTER'S I
I TWELFTH YEAH
I OPKH8 8 KPT. 11, 1008.
Thorough Courts« in Literary
ranc h e s . Music, Elocution.
Book-kasning, Shorthand, Tele
graphy, Typewriting, «4c.
Steam Hast, Electric Lights,
Water Works, Hot and Cold
Fawtssnth sssaicn begins 8ep
tomber Bib, 1908.
W. I. THAMES, Prin.,
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In a «arise «I NPtra issued by
the United State Commissioner ol
Education, John D. Rockefeller is
extolled as one of tlie greatest edu
cational and religloua benefactors
of tbeaga, "a faithful churchman,
stimulating others to fulfil religious
obligations," etc. It is quite time
the Republican administration and
its appointees are coming to the
rescue ot Mr. Rocksfsller, for hia
gilts of gold will no longer avail
him. He has been arrigned before
the bar of public opinion, his cruel
and illegal methods have been
posed, and he lisa been condemned,
repadiated by all honest people.
Republican officials may advise
any number of sehemes to defend
him, they may ieaue numberless
books and papers and biogrphical
sketches, but they will never restore
Hr. Rockefeller in the confidence ol
The Jonrnsi hss accspted the fe
male theory. It admits that the
female brigade bas created
amount oi depreasion since the time
the womss ate of the forbtdden
fruit in the beautiul garden ol
«den. All the way down the Hnr
they (that ia the female) have been
neaping trouble oi various kind,
upon mankind) and now learneo
men come to the front with proof
.uffioient to oonvlnce the most skep.
tic el that the little female inoaquitt
.lias Mss. Stngomÿia is the iuatlgu
tor and holds the patent right
the diffusing oi the dread yellow fe
ver that has caused our denizens t«
loose their equilibrium.—Wiggin»
Better look out Jim Walker, yoo
are treading on dangerous ground.
Yoo will wake up some morning
sod find yourself baldheaded.
In the slate ol Massachnaelts the
crime of; rape is punishable by a
term of four to seven years in the
penitentiary. A negro who brutal
ly outraged a little white girl tea
years old eras recently sentenced to
four years in the penitentiary by a
" icbnsette judge. In teat stete
the sanctity of the homo ia Mot so
sacredly guarded aa in many other
states of this Unioo, and ia tlîat
stete mors than two tbenaand white
women are living with negro hne
A Rew York newspaper shows
teat a large number of Americian
who married titled foreign
an have h acams tha mother ot
twiaa. Taie aflorda a rational and
method of bran king up the
the new* be wildly circulated.
cu stom of feceig
A farmer who knows what he la
talking about hits the nail on the
head whe nhe says thrt nothing
pays better Ilian good roads It
costs samething to secure them, but
they are the beat articles that
nects villiage and countries along
which the life current of buiauess
prosperity, safety and solid c omfort
perpetually flow. Bad roads full of
ebuck holes, sloughs and bettoin
less mud holes, kills time, teams,
and temper.— ilrandnn News.
From the Flnindealer, an exceed
ingly bright paper published at
Lucedale, it is noted that Howerton
Bros., will plant out very large
commercial art-hards and establish
one of the largest nurseries in the
South near I.ucedale, The enter
prise will be watched with the great
est interest in this section, hut the
excellent quality of fruit grown
acre and the growing demand for
mil trres furnish every assurance
bat it will be s success.
Gov. Longiuo has returned from a
<hort business trip to Magee, where
he inventigated the.pro.pect« ol the
>il Well company recently
i»ed at that place with a capital
dock of >50,000.
immediately commence boring, and
the promoter« confidently believe
that that oil will «oon be struck.—
. ackson News.
Talk about race «uicide. Why
toes not the government tax the
bachelors and those people who
narried and do not have children
nd give each mother who gives
lirtn to a child a certain sum ol
noney? It might do some good.
A certain lawvar i
in a speech recently, said, "as long
as the money last the fever will last,
whan the money gives out the fe
ver will give out" and the doctors
all got very mad.
Row come« tha city of Matches
the first plaça to establish a "shot
gun quarantihe" with her 9 cases
of fever, 8 negroes and one Jewess.
Mild type of coursa.
"Men who stay at home at night
are not good for anything," says
Dr. Julia Holmes Smith. We don,
know who Mrs. Smith i«, but hur
rah for her any way.
A handy and convenient way of
paying debts without money would
be greatly appreciated by many
people. Would-bepuveetors- kindly
The company will
R otmprovemant has been made
Ob tbe kirn old Adam invented in
the garden of Eden.
* ' 'A'iö'iPtf'Vl -'TAEJBUBIW.
(By R. F. I.ACKBY.)
Oh Southland! dear Southland, lb* home «HP
Tin« and chivalrous, arc* the* *<>nt llmt you
When thi horror* of war,
Thy heroe# in ^thn, were do*. at Ihv hand.
Undaunted, un*w<TV«ing, but gladly they
Then life-blood an |otb'rin^, for the .*'o»ith
iaud* deir nan»*
But whether for glory,
They locked not » A dantft
they g» vo.
and yet, not alone,
Our mother- and daughter*, did what lhay
vept over the
»r an unknown
to the life that
th«ir l' ran lour thay
Heroic and true, they gave up their all.
And «lulling, through tear*, TUET atiaaamsd ,
Oh Southland! dear i a Soull»iiid.' what ineiiio*
Of courage and love, we lay at thy fwt,
While garland* uf faith, in the coming year«,
Encircling thy brow, »him* bright through
With aadneM we fold, the dear tattered Hag,
riven with «hot, *m only a rag;
n'o taint of diahooor, 'er« touched it* fold«,
IV» th«* Southland more precious, than «liver
And now in the peace, bk« a, culm after the
kill hojteful mix! loving, we strive to per
F ne «till «acred duties, we
e to our laiid,
Vincennes, lud., Aug. 26. - As the
result ol a race war at Carlisle, the
negro liaptist Church wan destroy
sd early to-day by dynamite, which
wan placed under tli« alter. Blood
hounds have been pnt on trail oi
(lit dynamiters, threats are being
made that if any arrest are made
every negro in |the town will be
Some men who would raise the
neighborhood if the dog wan miss
ing at oiglit ate not stall concerned
aa to where their children may be.
Curious situation, ian'l itf
They do aay that Madame Stego
myat wears stripped stockings. On
account of our timidity, we confess
that we have made no examination.
The old adage; "Man's inhumani
ty to man has made countless mil
liana mourn'',apeeiolly applies now,
cruel, inhuman quarantines.
There are lute of henpecked
but we believe more wives ara mis
treated than husbands.
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Your Hap py Home
AND flAKB YOUR
Perhaps you dont know how we sell Pianos—the
prices, terms of payment, etc. We will be more
than glad to tell you about these things if you will
A. Gressett Music House,
By vtrtaa of decree of the Chancery
Coart of Jons* County, Mississippi,
mads and entered In venation, on tbo
tlb day of August 1U03, by tbo Oban
osllor of said Court, at Braadon, Miss
issippi, la tbs ease of Cbsrloo C. Baa
dors at. al. Complainants, Bx Farte.
I as Commissioner of said oonrt, ap
pointed as snob by sold d seras, »UI on
Monday, tbs 4tb day ot September A.
D. 1908, between tbo boors of a lavra
o'clock In the forenoon, and 4 o'clock
in tbo atteroooo of sold day, at tbo
Court House in tbo Town of BIImvIIIo
I n Jooos Cons tv Mise., osll at auction
to tbc highest bidder eor cash, tbo lel>
lowing described property, situate,
lying and being In said county to wit:
The marchantebla timber on tha 8 bt
of tha 8 E *4 of Boo. 18. the 8 E j of
tha 8 W J of said Boo. 18 tees 10 acres
on tbs watt aide of Tallahala Crash.
Tbs R >a of urn N E i of tea 8 B } of
said Boo, 18. The K W | of tbo 8 B j
aad tbs R E i of tea 8 W J. and tha
B^of thaS WioftheRBi.aodtbe
S^oftbeSBiof tba H W i of 8«o.
18. All la Towaahlp 7 R. Raaga 13 W.
Tbla Aagast 9tb 1808.
T. 8. Hawaii. BoL for Ooteplalagate.
Commis «ioner't tale Of Lands
Expart« Mac Grundy at. al. Ro._
Notkie Is hereby given tbbtoa Moa
day the second day- of Ootobar IMS,
tbs same being tbs first Monday af
•«Id month, I, J. h. Crawford, tha
Commissioner appointed ia tbo «bay#
«triad causa by daeraa auda
gnat Mtb, 1MB by Ute Hos. J. L Mo
Casklil, Chancellor, tn vacation, viU
at tbs door of tbo mart bouse, ia ten
town of Blllavllla, Mias., within «-git
bonrs, offer for tele and mil far aaah
to tbo hlgboat and boot bidder tea
property deeortbad aa Lot 4 of —- T |r
« oi Follette Morvoy, of ten Tawa of
hlllsvllle. Miss, n-m sale ia
tha pnrpoaaa sat forth laaoM doon*
•hova msp tl ouod, sad the title h a«
havsd to good bat I trill
sooh title aa is vaatad la
Habdy A Aonold, J. ecuwnm,
Tha fever at Miaaiaaippi City ia ad
a very mild type, ia fact I« oomté
•carcely be called yellow «aa
Twenty five caaea aad
the report. Who kaoar% tea«
doctor- may bav« boea right M
d tega oai a alter all.
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