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Are You a Tenderfoot?
Not in the wild western sense, but in the sense of having tender feet. If you are, or are not, we want to fit your next pair of shoes for you. There's a great deal in the way a shoe is first put on and the way the foot settles into it. If it is tight when it should be, there'll be very little trouble. We make a study of these things. PRICES! Of course they are right, or we wouldn't sell so many Shoes. DuBard & Chesnutt HAVE CUT THE CHOP. (Continued from page i.) submitting to the caprice of the moment. "In my opinion the planter of cotton has been the most down trodden since the war. He has been at the mercy of shrewd man ipulators, tossed" by the tide of commercial values and held down by the misrepresentation of Eng lish agents until he has been al most powerless. 'Last year the cotton planter made just ten cents for his labor. I am in favor of all who have the best interests of the cotton growers of the South at heart, as my ad caress of ? few weeks ago will show." our departed brother, who won our es teem as a worthy member of our order. Resolved that we cherish the memo ry of our brother as a worthy member of Trinity Lodge No. 88, as a pood citi zen of the community, as a noble, gen erous, upright man, as a good husband and good father, who lived to see his children become an honor to his name, As a man of Christian spirit, a firm believer in inspired truth and long a member of the Presbyterian church. ltesolved, That we wear the usual Masonic badge of mourning for the pe- 1 ..II .1 . I it. 4. . .... riou oi miriy uays ami mat we ciuruiy onr warmest svmnathies to the berewT i r-v- l. 1.1 . ... r i- . . eu lawny anu max a copy oi me olutions be sent them. Resolved, That the Ko be requested to publ' resolutions. List of Jurors. KlliST WKEK CIIU TIT (l"UT. J T Ileald. C C Veal, M K Lovern, J M Pickle, J II Dicken, K C Winters, K II Watts, W A Weaver, J It Tucker, H F Greer, J 51 Ward, J K Williams, G VT Meek, J Q Palmer. A R Duncan You can't tell how Far a Frog can jump; But F. S. DuBard Can tell you ma.iy things about Groceries that will prove more interesting. That's His Business. To our already complete stock we are adding all latest Fancy Groceries, so that the good housewife, farmer, carpenter, and every one wanting anything in gro ceries will be able to find it by calling on him. Every thing your heart can wish for will be found with DuBard. Deal with him, he'll fairly treat you. mi will lind it pays. F. S. MAI KILL-GERM CURES ITCH IN 30 MINUTES, Cures Mange on Dogs. Cures Scratches quicker tUa any other known remedy. . Cures all skin diseases. For sale bv CHOWDER & EDMUNDS. ....OLD and YOUNG Folks iav Ethndge, J M eaves, n M Ones' j White, J 4. T.amkin, P Jir -'iTaileV R Treadway, J I Sander,; KilpatHck, RC Reaves, H, ,'Ual;s j F Allen, ffcbowen, b MasBev, E J Uoyett, VanV. iu Noah, J A Overstreet, A A , w T , H , Vinson. .ee res- Jeciusko Star the foregoing The "silver craze" in Mississ ippi has been so steadily "dying out" for the past few months, the gold bugs forgot themselves am' let the "silveroons" unanimr ug, adopt a free silver, 1G to 1 info. pendent of all other naVg' pat. form in the late Co;" ' d lbC g ,f, sed "rd advocates having bCenowobi the-true situation a"2r Acting to the platform construct. are f'l.llvu'i' Vease. Greenville Democrat. M AClaak ) John Riley Com. J II Alexander) Attala County Institute. piodd, W a Mi rock. U n .lourneay, ,Ktf Glass, G W Thomas, M II Thomp son, P II Holland, P B . McWhorter, () W Collins, .1 K Graves, I) A Vadej D A Meek, L J Walker, J M Armstrong. SKCOXO WKKK. J F Temple. C Williams, J G Hell, William ilcAtee, J T Kiuibrouah, J W Ward James Kav, J A Yanlamlingham, J M Williams. A Links, W B Rainey, W J Massev. C K McGee, C R Day, A J Johnson, EB Parker, CS.Tolinson, T 0 Conner. W T Brown, J A Uicketts, I" C Bailev, II W Jackson, J D Holt, A J Ellaid, ) C Paik-sr, W A Hughes, G V Blair, A T uen, L R Rucker, J V Brown . In SEASON And Out of Season H Profs. G. F. Boyd and F. M. Street delivered instructive ad dresses to a number of our citizens at the Court House on last Pnday night. These gentlemen are faith ful educators, and gave our people some good advice in that direc tion. Winston County Journal. The Demise of Dr. I. A. Herring, Trinity Lodge No. 88. Editor Stah: I ask space in your journal to make a short report of the Teacher's Institute in session at this place last week. There were in attendance 59 licensed teachers, all of whom manifested great interest in the work. I have attended every one held in the county and pro nounce the one of last week the best in our history. Tnose present seemed fully aware of the true nature of their profession and were eager to improve themselves. On a call for definitions of education, nearly every one includ ed the idea of harmonious devel opment of threefold nature of mankind. There is a ereat ad vancement over the old idea of men tal culture alone, for that teacher that fails to promote a healthy development of the moral and physical natures, along with the mind, is not worthy of the name- While a great many general itupiove- Graud Bicycle Meet At the farfamed Castalian Springs, Sept.4.', 10, 11. Seven hundred and fifty dollars given away in prizes. It will be the largest meet ever held in the South. Grand hall on night oi the 11th. List of letters remaining in the P 0 nt Kosciusko for the week ending Aug. 29, 1895: TJ Bogue, Hut Hambrick, W B Owen, Jno. Pride, Hilliard Terrell (col), Miss Tessie Lumpkin, Mrs. Dora Wood. .', HETTIEJ. FOOSE, PM. Id land mark has disappeared j monts were noticeable in teachers, yet fnm o':r community. We allude io ; 0!le great thing was lacKing ana mm. the death of Dr. I. A, Herring, winch ; was a snihcient amount oi routing , o,v;r:el on the lxth day of August, : along professional lines. But 1 am j js'.r,. The subject of this notice was ; gtV to state that several sets ot books horn March l'.ith, Is--, in Kentucky, j iueludiug a History of Education, l'sy There lie grew up and there lie gained j ohology, and an educational classic, a fair education. After arriving at ma- besides several school journals, were lure age be was married to Miss Mar-' subscribed for by the teachers. These ;:aret J. McKee, a daughter of James will insure better teachers and further McKee and sister of Rev. Dr. J. L. Mc- improvement in our Institute work. Kee, of Danville, Ky. About the year On the whole, Mr. Editor 1 think JK4:;' he moved to Choctaw county, j that the Attala teachers are as progres MisH., and eugaged for a short time in i K;Ve as any in the State and that there mercantile pursuit. He then moved ; ; little reason for our community inl and settled six miles Southeast of Kos-1 porting teachers. Of course, an inter cinsko. There in a short time he met j cl,auge of ideas with teachers of other a sad affliction in the death of his wife. j sections, promote growth, but this Subsequently he was married to Miss Bhould be the exception and not the Susan Meek. He had in the meantime j rue in the winployment of teachers, iuibti q titorouifh course in dentistry, Ainoni: the visitors that we had with insko and success-' be noted. Prof. J M O'Bnant. fully practiced his urofession for many 0f pu-kens High School; B Toler, of years, For some years past he lived Louisiana; Miss Lucy Dicken. of Hous three miles East of Kosciusko w here he , tn; and Mrs. Crane, of Durant. These ended his useful life in the 74th year of added greatly to our Institute work and Notice to Bridge Ft ui ldei'H. Ordered by the Board that the bridge nn Hi or ltlufU. known .is tli Kirkwood hridw nnd the tnrnnikn across Yocka- nookany River oue and a half miles Southeast of Kosciusko be let out on the 1st Monday of September to the lowest and best bidder, the Board re serving the right to reject auv and all bids. Specifications on lile i.i Chancery Clerk's office. G. R. GONXER, Clerk. A Household Treasure. D. W. Fuller, of Canaioharie. X. Y.. says that he always Keeps Dr. King's Xew Discovery in the house and his family has always found the very best results follow its use; that he would not be without it it procurable. G. A. ti.i Ti,,,,,,,1.f r'ntt,!-;n v v says that Dr. King's Xew Discovery is undoubtedly tue bent cough remedy; that he has' used it in his family for eight years, and it has never failed to do all that is claimed lor it. 1 rut bot tle free at Harvey &. Roby's drugstore. Keguiar size oue ami We have just what the people want in the ARDWARE . ....LINE7 It will soon be time to make molasses and the cane mills will soon be in demand. You want the best. We Have the BLUE GRASS MILL, Which everybody knows is the best and cheapest. Then you want an evaporater. We Have the Superior Hand-Made that will out last the man ' ufactured two to one. iVe have also a new lot of Library Lamps. Their beauty and cheapness has never been seen in Kos ciusko. Bail) Wire ....lias gone up; But we are still holding to the same old prices. Come to us for your CJolden or Ulack machine oil, or anything else in the hardware line. my newly-fitted ice cream wr. lor. 1 take great pains with all my ices and you will rea'ivr find them most healthful aad invigorating. My parlor bM situated as to have a hreezt playing through it all tlJ time, makiog it a temn place to sit and eat ice cream ana sneroets these ,.. t r. auu ingnis. uome an 111 the Fronts. Of the store is a soda Luvtfain where you can be supplied with delicious drinks prepared by an expert. Only Side Lines, The above are nlv side 1 Groceries, groceries, everything in groceries is my tori. 1 study tlte market as well as the needs of iwt customers. That is why I am abi to sell von the best oualitv of Mi very thing you want for the hw4 price. O. E. SMYTHE V it 16 to i l LJ1WN That we can take your measure and make you t suit of clothes that will fit you better and look nicer than any you ever wore. Hundreds of samples to se lect from, and we absolute ly guarantee a fit and satis faction. Our stock of groceries i complete and as cheap as the cheapest. We deliver any and all goods anywhere in the ciiy free. We are selling all our hut weather coods cheap. Shoes have advanced j from 10 to 2")C per ..air, but S ...... e;n oollinf fit. a c?nt iuc run in.., - y The Live and Lot Live Store. Jewelry we were, indeed, with uk. glad to have them M. (T.CAMniKIX. his age. His wife, two Rons ana lour ilangaters survive him. Dr. Herring hae for more than forty years been a member of the I'reHbyterian Church. He was made a Master Mason in Trini ty lodge May ::nth, 1S4S, and held con nection with the same until the day of hia death. I desire my fritnds and patrons KmoliiHoimnf Trinity l.nilt: . know that 111V connection With Whersas, it lias ileai-ed ;ran'1 j t10 star will in no wise inh rh r. Si-,,.!-.'..,-: Sovereign above to call from j wjt)i ny iulsin(.ss as Notary 1'ul lie Ui.nr to rest our dej.artnd brother, r-; or iny aw practice. Thunc -who I. A. Herring, wish to see nie professionally or on Notary Public bussincss, will find mo at the Star effice. C. M. Hrooke. notici:. Is not a necessity, Vut ev erybody wants o,nieofit and they want the newest 'things. Novelties In gold and. silver waiste setts for ladies this week, is sonyHhing new. Pearl Goods In great profusion. See them. Spectacles I I We are now offering them from 2-") cents to $.r tor the verv best. B--All rrpair work guaranteed. Ti.fr-I'ore Resolved that we how Krh.nicFii'in to the will of Him who in do- f it j 4 1 4F it Tlier4" .iff none no I ail ait tlios who Will not M'e If you are nearsighted; If your vision is defective; If you need a pair of glasses, Call at Dr. E. C. COLEMAN'S Drugstore Have just Received.. A large shipment of Supepior ft Engine... 01 S. I. CROWDER. Ami you ran lie lilted to ir-fri'lluii. That we will sell at the lowest prices. Now is the time to buy for your gins and mills. Our Drug and Pat''"1 Medicine line is com plete. Oive us a call. W. E. liriunbj' eth ail tl li;'H Well, allO mat W icei i i) ch;I(-i1 '-non to imitati t!:e Virtues oi