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THE KLLIMTIL.LE NKW« AN1) 'THE NKW
«OUTII, rONBUUDATED APRIL. 17,
u»on.
VOL. XXIX
ELLISVILLE. MISS
SATURDAY.
JUNE 19. 1909.
NO- 28.
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TWO KILLED AND
FOUR WOUNDED IN
A FEUD FIGHT.
Regular Battle Between the
Newman and Prichard
Faction« at Mead*
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Dr. A, M. Newman an I Silas Rey
nolds Are Hided— Lennox New
man, Erne«! Newman, Herbert
Applewhite.-Uoyd Woun
ded.
Kovl ville, M's«.. .line II —Th
hewman-Pncharn feqd broke out
again this afternoon, and after a
pttohed battle on the main street
the oaanltiee were :
THE DEAD.
Dr A. M. Newman. Cnancery
Clerk and leader of hia ohm.
Biltas Reynolds, allied with Prioh
arda.
FATALLY WOUNDED
Herbert Applewhite, lawyer, al
lied with Prichards.
Lenox Newman, eon of the doctor,
bro^tffeg!
Bird, allied with Pilchards,
ahabyiu the bead.
AH<Vu* y Lu'.her Whittiui-top,
who waa here at the time of the
battle, «Dd, being familiar with all
the oooditions, got into communica
tion with Judge ^1. H. Wilkinson,
at Brookhaven, anp urged him to
The Two*Bjr-Fbur Cttisen.
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'Wc bur« alt nan
ii character cl
person, aptly portray)«- nV the Mon
roe. Lt„ Star.
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"The meanest
on earth ia the
little 9x4 individual to be found in
every oommunity. who goes around
'peddling' the small talk and gossip
that hla mean nature dictates and
He
hla depraved appetite ora vos
does not oure who is injured so lo g
aa he satisfies hts longings for the
tale-bearing. '
This class of individuals, when
there ia nothing to 'peddle' will
manufacture aomethmg that will
suit their purpose, going from place
y to place, man to man, with a «tor*
that will aooomplish their object and
'.perhaps In J ore the oharaoter or bus
t eaa of aomtoje iu their path. The
Idler' of idle Ulk does more harm
Vday than any other agency foi
i: aa he reaches ont In all direc
and strikes In tbe dark, often
.ding to be tbe friend of tbe
one Ua U trying toinjore,"
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Ton should mould
promptly that yon
lno#|i reliable, something like De
Wm>i Kidney and- Bladder Pills.
TnLey are unsqnslsd for weak back,
'cksobs, inflammation of tbe blad
', rbdatesfte pains, etc. . Wben yon
1 for DaWItt't Kidney and Bladder
fyvbk ears end get them. They are
7tiptk, Acoept no æbetltàtae; Is
I Woa getting the eight kind.
Sold by E. J. Ward Drag Stare.
Y oil iboa Id not
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taki
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►untrv
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An Antidote for Suicide.
They tell of an Atchison girl who
thought her heart waa broken. She
was so convinced pf it that she be
gan reading up on Deadly Poleont.
and oned softly to herself over tbe
thoughU of an early death. At thia
jancturea friend sent her a box of
chocolates. She ate one ; life looked
•«liltU Wtgbter. She ate another:
why not pat off that death 111 next
week? fibs pie n third, and forgot
All of which
U proof of the claim ot an Atchison
. pfcjr*MUn that when p aopfr era mor
toter
■effective
nnhapgv, tbe
inomeitfag
tn «hewing a oa netbm g pnt
nfaMe. the
who talks enlcMe
inatrad
■bBmM.be gtven a I
of hdvtes.—Atekmoe Otobe.
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hare the (Jovernur *eml troopa to
prca tth order, »■ it was f..irc-1 that
b* nightfall theoUti* woui-l ;ithor
.and a battle royal b-i fought
C >tr. any H. arrived here to night
from Br.KikInyeu, an l two in ire
oowpiuim are on the way
Wilkinson and District Attorney
Wall also arrived here late to night
Toe presence of the militia has
hid a quieting »ffeot, especially
up >n those who have noihing to do
with the feud, hut werunfratd they
might be drawn into oi.e side or the
other.
D\ N. Wfnm who always
heavily armed, wsa drlvl -g tn his
buggy down the main street this
afternoon, atout 3 o'olock.
he passed the Butler Building a
■hot war fired at him from the
ond story wiudow He jumped out
of hts buggy and got out of range
under a shed. As he reached this
place he waa met with Applewhite
and Reynolds and somo other j ilo
«1 Reynolds and Applewhite and a
regular pitched battle with winches
t«r* and revolver« war fought ont
to a finish. When the smoke bad
cleared away it was found that
I nearly every one who had partici
pated in the fight was wounded Dr,
Newmtin had evident* been killed
by Applewhite, While Dr. Newman
bnd killed Reynolds before himself
HUjoumbing to the half a deren
wounds which showed on bis body.
J udge
we IT
and as
aeo
With all dun modesty we btlieve
thst^the home paper l*>he moat Mif
portant fastitutloa ia any town, J,
i« the madinaA through which the
town spesXa to tha ontatdu world,
and ia the means of communion ion
between the people of the town und
vicinity. Long ago, under inspira
tion, It was written, "No man liv
eth to himself," and tbi* truth waa
never more a appert Dt then it 1* to
day. No man oan retire from
tlvttv and live. He must know
what is going on about him, and the
world must know what he ia doing.
The uae of the newspaper 1« the beat
plan by whioh thia la carried
Oxford (O.) Newa.
ac
on.—
Congressman Hollingsworth who
Miled to get an opportunity to vent
hia gas in the House last week got In
a title Job lot of Ulk' at Decoration
Day in tbe cemetery at Washington
last Monday. Uf course nobody
oaras if he did prostitute the sasrea
oooaiion to make à sectional politi
sai grand stand display of his dis
eased mind. Wbat be needs is to
ba bored for the hollow-head.—Rip
ley Sentinel.
And elected to aUy at home in
the next Congressional election.
How quickiy you oan tell a live
town from n dead one by mmply
looking over iU newspaper, says the
Dallas New*. ▲ poor skim milk,
sort of newspaper with a feW small
advertisements, and thoae looking
aa if they were ran nt half price, he
tokens a dead town Jost aa eure as n
oorpse indicates a funeral, while a
good, lively, welt printed paper, fill
ed with good, freab, showy edvvr-.
tisemenU and display looaU, above
that the town U prospering and
thriving. It never fails
Ton oan Ulk to thousands of peo
ple any week of tbe year through n
good country newspaper and moke
ynmr i«lk ia paraooel m yom Wloh.
T an need not
pUtrtofaMTntM
megaphone, fampty to)*»
ThntV all. Be atne w ê about M. Lea
'wortsring trjfc. The faogfa
will beten. They il|u il— Laxtag
tna Advertiser. - '
or off«
Urn
DeWttt'e IttUe Early Etaara.MM
•Mjtotty
sad ara t a rt aU. We aatl art r a een i
Und them.—K. J. Wort Ofa Deng
BRONZE BUST OF
GEN. LEE ARRIVES
IN COLUMBUS.
WUI Be Placed in Some Pub
lic Place To Perpetuate
Memory of Great Soldier
and Statesman.
to
The memory of the 1st« «en.
8tepi.cn D. Lee Is to be perpetuated
in Columbus by the errection of
bronze bust of the great aoldter.
patriot and edaosto*. The bu«t ar
rived in Cnlmnhn« last week, hav
ing come as s uitt from Hon. Blew
*t* Harrison Lee. the son of 'he late
lamented cut- fr ,|n, who has hltn
aelf risen to a position of promi
nence, being one of the chief legal
advisers of the UUcoiae Central
Railroad Company. —Colnmbua Dis
patch.
Newspaper mm. as a rule, have
but two things to sell, space and
subscription, and it would be Just as
consistent to ask your grocer for a
docsn oranges, "Just to fill," as to
ssk the editor for a drz >n lings in
bis paper just to boost your business
with the idea that you are doing a
kindness to fill up space. TryVfc
ting a free meal at the hotel just ,)
make a show of bustueas for tlf
house.-Frultda le, 'Ala > Herald. ^
Abraham Lincoln—I like to seeds
man proud of the place In whiab die
lives. I like to see a man who n j
in it so that bia place will be pri^ud
of him. Be noneat, but hate
one ; overturn a.man'* wrong do
but dinoju.ovejiAcn him ns
muet Ti« done in overturning
wrong. Stand with anybody
stand« right, and with him wb
goes wrong.
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no
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It ia an becoming the character
a wise man to oommit the fault L A
.he
condemns in others.
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The man who gets mad hands otit[
er hts beat weapon to hia enemy. ,
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Coffins and Caskets
And
Burial Robes
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Coffins* Caskets
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Burial Robes.
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DO IT NOW
Kllievillc People Should Not Wait
l util It In Too Ia9.
The appalltni; death-rate from klit
ne/ <li*<-»si> la Jiv« m moet caeee to
the fact that the little kidney trouh
In are usually neglected until they
heootn* eerione. The alight symp
tom» give place to chronic dlaordera
add fh
e sufferer got»* gradually Into
the grasp of diabetes,
! Bright'* Discsse,. gravel
other »eVioua lorm of kidney com
plaint.
dropsy,
or acme
I H you suffer lrom backache, head
aches, diary spells ; li the kidney *c
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orations are irregular of (tassage and
i unnatural In appearance, do not de
itav. Help the kidneys at once,
j Doan's Kidney lMla are especially
for kidney dlaordera—they
where others NUI.
oure
Over one hun
dred thousand people bave recom
mended them. Here's a case a
home ;
E. H, McMullen, of Elllavnla, Mise.,
soya ; "My baok pained me a great
deal and the kidney aeorettona were
too frequent tn pa mage obliging me
to get up at night. The remédia« I
tried, helped me but little but little
and toeing Doan'a Kidney Pilla ad
vertised, 1 procured « bom at E, J,
Ward's drag store. Relief followed
quickly after beginning their use
and I was soon without « trace ot
kidnoy dite* ae. " j
For aale b/ all dealers. Price 5oo.
Foster-Milburn Co., Bullalo, New
York, sole agents for the United
Btate«. ,
Remember the name—Doan's—
and take no other.
Damas any« that, 'poverty dispel«',
pride," Bttll the tramp la too proud
to work.
iamadfa
.sxatfre Oi
ariy as good as maple sagsr., If
'not only basis irritation and allnya
Infirmation, thereby stopping the
cuugb, bnt It also move« the bowel*
gently and and In that way drives the
cold from tha ayitsm. H ooataina no
'■»plate*. Bold by B. J. Ward City
)rug Store
f,
Never look down the mnaale of a
generally ir,
*1 range gun to see if it la loaded. It
I Oak Bowery Brief«
We are again httini rom« lovely
wear her Tin« farmer« har« « Mill*
ou their f«oe « rent long.
Re*. Taylor preached an excellent
eeraion here Honda*.
to
Mr. Albert Ttedale and charming
alater. Ute« Charltye, and Mlaa El
len lailt attended cbnroh here Hon
day.
t K Wa Itéra, « battling young
man ot KlliavtlUtf waa In our mtdat
Sunday,
Mraara. Jceee Cranford and Catoa
Knight war« h«ra Sunday.
K. M. Black wall ylattad tha eft*.
Tucaday
Messrs Barret and And«r«oa, of
our community
Klllavtlle, ware tn
last week.
j
D. W. Cranford and wife rutted
relative« here Hnnday.
Prof. L. J. Htrlnger mad« a pleas
ant call at E. C. Ttadnlaa, Hnnday,
What does that mean, Fellier
Come again "Fetaran" from Ban
dera villa.
Home of onr folks attended the
oonnenUon at Pleasant Ridge, Bnn-l
day. They all reporta vary nice
time.
Rev. John Nig was in onr vtdnl*
ty, Hatnrday.
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Mim Katie Blackwell dined with
charming Mtaa Carolyn Tiadale Hon
da y .
Dr. Hharp Cranford, of Elllavilla,
pa Med through this community last
Sunday.
Wishing the New Bonth-Newa
and I ta man* aeadera auwiaaa
. _"ROBE BUD."
It ta now predtcled lhaTa vota will
M «M lAuttma ànéft.
tqutnoa AldrUR-Psyn« lUrlff Mr
Job« ltib. Then It will go into
N
milice will he "fixed
ate agreement, and the great faro#
of revision of tha tariff upward and
not downward, will be oonaumated
ana our smiling President will,
donbt, attach bis signature to it,
and tba ineidoot will be oloeed.
for taraedi
no
The Belly-Cummins amendment
for an lnoome tax will bava Iu In
nlngtbU waek, and Uka aU the
other amend menu for tbe good of
the oommoo people, will be eoowed
ander, by tba wlley and orafty At
drioh. Just wait and aaa.
Never tragt too appearances. A
dram, not withstanding «Il lu noue
Is empty.
ufi
Try Our" Kol
Keep Cool andRemj
CALDWELL BROW
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proprietors
Ellitville Ice and Bot
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We Mamtf active
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feed Stuff
op cow feed
Fun
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INCREASE IN
NEGRO INSANE

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authorities say that
•THIS IS DUE TO USE
OF COCAINE
The State Hospital is Crowd
ed And Still There Are
Many Held In the County
Jail of the State.
racksos. Mis*., Jt
hn« been « grunt inoreeeeln Ito im.
dnrfagtto Mg»
roar, and many of «go
*ro full of thus unfnrtonataaa
aere for them.
PhyaWMM at Mm faunao
untaaitatingly daoiore
growu of mranlty g
ia largoiy dno tottoahrafag
of tha oooalna haha«, and othar dan*.
Iy drag«.
In apt la of all the mutnkaa nad
tragedl« of love, it atm
Clubbia« Rato«.
t
Wo will giro the Row
Atlanta UoaaM tattoo, for $1.7$. and
the Home and Kara» far Mte,
$9.00 for tbo whole outfit.
Thu ia a splendid offer far
wading matter
im wont.
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Wan. «tor aw
on taody to b*U ...
the tariff bill Wool of •»
Tune Table
N. O. *:*. E. Schfftfn!«.
«MU' ELLISVILLE
SOUTH BOUND.
No. 5, No. a.
No. 1.
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4:4« a ra IS 19 a m: 4 39 p na «'Qÿ » aa
NORTH ROUND.
No. 4. No. 9.
11.13 am 1949 pm 1U4I pm 1 * 10 o''
No. a.
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