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a' ft? P 'v. 4 V Mlaaisalppt bas certainly been la tb path this year la th sle of rn cot ton r deed by the ooiivl ts under peni tentiary saptrvMon, Last week 1, 285 bales wre, the mid Unit at 11 ccnti and tbe long staple at higher fliior-e, the total caib received belne90 43135. Up to the present time tbe agent of the board of control hat sold 1,802 bales, receiving therefore tha hand some anm of 1131,289 12 A colony of fifty or more Italians bai been located near Brookhavea an t In the spring wll begin track farml"jr in a scientific way. Arrangements have already been made for tbe ship ment of tbs products they rale- to one firm in Jfew Orleans. Tbe erae class of farming could be made ally profitable in any locality on the .Mo bile ,& Obio railroad in Mississippi. Snob products conld be shipped from here say on tbe north bound evening train and lnd in Chicago in lime for six o'clock dinner tbe next day. Stovall & Woods have eold thflr herd of short born cattle to Hughe L. Harralson, of Ooatopa, Ala , a pros perous young cattleman of that place. A nice line of Christmas jroO'' cheap at, Ward Dawson. Hugh L. Harralson, of Coalopa. Ala., was the guest of E J. Henaon last Week. On top yet! Elect fluor. T. M. Dean, How peculiarly insistent we are in this day and age to forget the smaller considered of God's creatures, when their fate is connected with that of a conspicuous character. A train is wrecked and a dozan people are killed. Among them one man who has la , scribed his name npon tbe escutcheon of his country as one who gets to the front. Immediately the telegraph columns of tbe papers throngbont tha hod teera with laudlts and regrets. 8de by side with hi a may have died men to whose carefnl work and earn ed attendance rbia great man owes bis sucoeM, but tbe mention of their nauea ainng tbe casualties ia abont all that is mentioned of them. The teudency ia to laud tbe successful, for getting practically everytblbg save he who is In tbe locos of the publio aye. In the same wreck which removed the bead of the Southern Railway Thanks gfviuK morning tour others of the Sp-por party were killed, bnt after the fln-t short telegram giving tbe namta of the killed, not a wire has been used to convey intelligence of the diNster save to tbe personnel of Mr, Bp ncer, the 'out President of tbe road. All week the papers have been filled with the incidents of l is interment, et. By Ins Me went to bis death trnated and lalthful mer wbese loss was a keeuly to their families and friend as wan (be sudden parsing of Mr. Spencer " his. Bat they were mere mac-bines, forgotten In a day, yet without their faithful and capable services perhaps tbe president of the road would not have been able to ac cbmplleb any part of the wonderful work pUced t hi credit One es pecially sad instance was cited of the dispatcher who accompanied the fated party. : B fore leaving Wasnlngton, be plexded with his principal to be ex cused from making tbe proposed trip, Insisting that his wife and himself had especially set store on a lay off fot Tbaoksgivlut; tbit Ihey might spend the day with their parents. No ar rangeuients could be made to releeve bim, and nnwUIiagly he went to hU doom ia the burned car. Bat there is probably no way of changing the way in which we view 'he various things and custom of this uncertain life we live. ' Hiei: FoCouglisColJsCi SorsThrbat Stiff N Rheumatism and Neuralgia At all Dealers Prrce.25c,.50o6HOO Sent" Free "Sloan's Book on Horsey Cottle. Hogs 6 Poultry ; Address Dr. Earl SSfodn jJ6!5 Albany 5t Bosxon.Mas. , - .... t1" AH Run Down : U HIS is a common cxpres sion we hear on every side. Unless there is some organic trouble, the con dition can doubtless be remedied. Your doctor is the best adviser. Do not dose yourself with all kinds of advertised remedies get his opinion. More than Jikely you need a concentrated fat food to enrich your blood and tone up the system. Scott's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is just such a food in its best form. It will build up the weakened and wasted body when all other foods fail to nourish. If you are run down or emaciated, jive it a trials it cannot hurt you. It is essentially the best possible nourishment for delicate children and pale, anaemic girls. We will send you a sample free. Hi Array Above Everything I i In ' own In tbe Freshness, Qiality and All-Round Goodness of our Groceries. Every since our opeolug dty years ago it has been our flst effort to please the bayer. Coma here for your u i Fireworks For Christmas f- 6 V 4 Bt sure that this picture in the fom oi u lthtl i f., the wrapper of every bottle of Eir.uKion you buy. , SCOTT &'BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl Street, New York 50c. and $1. All Druj(ists We are pretty well acquainted with one borne in this town where no tramp is sent away empty banded. A well told hard luck story always reaches' the soft spot in the "lady of tbe house's" heart. Last winter a tramp came to the back door, and told a piti ful atory, accompanied by a request lor old clothes. Tbe shivering form and the plaintive story did tbe work. The chilled man waa invited to a seat by the kitchen range, the bureau drawers in the husband's bed-room were invnded for a suit of woolen on derwear, the tramp waa allowed to go into tbe heated parlors to pnt them on, aafe from intrusion of tbe family, and then aent away warm and rejoicing, Tbe bnsband never discovered bia loaa df under wear, nor knew what became of them, till - tbia fall, and roared as any man would naturally under simi lar circumstances, bnt atl the satisfac tion he got was: "Poor man, he waa nearly frozen to death and needed them co badly.' First published In Messenger D 1906 Commlsalonersi Hale STATaortfnsfssiM. ( County or Chickasaw. ( , Br virtue of a deoree of the Chanoenr Court of tne Second District, Chickasaw County, MlsslsalDDt. rendered on the 28th dav of Nov. i vuo ok; or toe xnovemoer term oi me aaia court. Id the etter of the netttlnn of Mrs. J. T. Hurt, etsl.' No 1066. The undersigned Commissioner wiU sell for eaah hi front of tbe Court House door in the city of Okolona, Hlsa lnlppi, on the drat Monday the 7th day of Jan. iwji, ut louowiag tana. Lot No. 146. Block 16 In the eltv of Okolona Mississippi ror partition among petitioners. l aw ueoeni oer m, isuo. O. W. Bum. Cannnlsalnnar. Lton Ltow, Attorneys. I First published In Messenger Dee. 12 19061 :-' Kotlce. - ' Bv Tirtua of the Drovtsion of a decree of the Chancery Court of the Second District of I unioaasaw county, Mlssissipii, entered at the I noremoer term iuuh. l win on tha tint Mon day in JanusrV. 1907. in front of the Court uouse aoor id tne city oi ukolona, Mississippi. wuuiB icgai nouni seu no tne oiKaesi maaar tor cash, lot No. 371 block 6. Tift Burrev of the city of Okotena. Tne purpose of this sale is to oarry out the Will of Mistress Marv Inarmm deceased. The title ia believed to be rood. The PubUe Is inrit ea to attend an I Did. D CRIOHTOW, , f : , SpeelalComaaissioner. First published In Messenger Deo. 13 1906 I Notice to Tax layera. Ordered br the Board that tbe Clerk of tola Board be and he Is hereby Instructed to publish I notice for three successive week in Th I Okolona Mtnger an i The Houston Post that It Is promised by the Board to bmue (40.000 00 of Bonus of tbe county for the purpose of I Duuaing a new jourt House in tne town of Houston according to the provisions of seetlon 831 of the Code of 1906, and unless on or be fore the tlrst Mondsy In January 1907. tea per centum of the adult tax-payers of tha County, exclusive of tnose who pay poll taxes I only, abail tetltion tbe Board against thai Issuance of aaid bond , aatd Bonda will be issued by the Board. . ' ' First published In Messenger Deo 13 1906) Notice to Creditors. Whereaa letters Testamentary of the estate of Angle Williams, desd, waa issued to thai undersigned by tbe Chancery Court Second uimrlot or Chickasaw county, Mississippi, oa the 8th day of Dee 1906, ail persona bavins claims against said estate, must have the same probated by the Clerk of aaid Court, I ithin one year or the claim wui be forever oar.ea. Witness my signature this the 6th day of ueo, iiwu. , . IX. A. lliflnK,bt ; Executor. pn Jl n Just received the follow ing in the newest designs and styles .jl' Suggestions For Ladies' Gifts Purses, Bags, Handker chiefs, Gloves, Silk Shawls, Combs Silk Scarfs Parasols Gifts For Qui Gloves, Ties, Mufflers, Comb and Brush Sets, Umbrellas Handkerchiefs. Etc. Come in and let us cujfjest a small re membrance for your friends. All now and up-to-the-minute offerings. Oh. . Don't wait for prioea to advance but come ia now and see our bargains In Harness, Baggies, StSrrlps, Rnnrxm 1 A1 ' "". r Wsgirs. . ADM3 & lEUBKRT.