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m irate’ grater Prop* sum. Com To Town For Two Complete Moriaam A mow All To The GiiOil. With the advent of Fall each year, comes the Merry Tented Show, with its kal -idoscopic re view of amazing wonder-', the the trick elephants, jolly (downs, cute, cunning ponies, wild beasts, beautiful horses, the red lemon ade and toy balloon venders and the thou-tand ami one delights of the great American tented show. With everything new but the name and title, the •Sun Brothers’ Great Progressive Shows, are un der lined to exhibit at Philadel- I phi a on Saturday, Oct. 17. The show will arrive here by Ispecial railway train service in iiso.vn m iga.iicently equipped (5.) font length railway cars, winch are emuveded by railroad men to he among the liaest ever used by a show company. The public is cordially invited to he at the de ep'd and await the arrival of (Ills 'beautiful rolling smek equipage. The show uses ail water and sun in'oof t oils, th s pavilions u re all new and ol the latest ora '. ale build. A part iculv rily pleas ing innovation with IbE show, i> the introduction of the new iiiu mating system. The big tents an 1 tic* surrounding exhibition grounds are brilliantly lighted With Elect ro-C i lei am generators. Which a ford ihofinist light ever Used lor a similar purpose; ii can be truthfully said tint night is tl i ned 111. •) day. Throughout the show is one of the liaest equippe 1 in America. Two complete prefor mances are given daily. Matinee and night, at and eight o’clock. i’iie ‘ Big Show” Programme- as arranged for IDAS, is peerless in conception and merit. There are over lifty m ;le and female artists in ads of highest calibre, ail g-ar cgeotisly costumed and skilfully cez ecu ted Comprising aerial is tic “thrillers.” acrobatic and gym n istio displays, bicycle exploits p intomimic, oddities, marvelous educate! animals, polite vaude vilie specialities, and spectacular n ivelty ideas. There th *re are i‘Ner„” and "Hero,” tine m t it-eat ing lions, the (rouge of Military and Comedy elephant, the danc ing cam ds, Prince Tiny, the smallest Ii ,rse on earth, the baby camel "Macon” and ‘its mother and Pricess Hula, only genuine Hindoo serpents. > At 11 :t>o, in the morning will iivle offered entirely free to the ji •public, a series of gala out shows Jthese free displays are of sensa tional and diversified character and must be seen to be apprecia ted. _ Neshoba Stems. 0: Cool and dry of late, fe “Tater” digging and ’possum hunting are in season again. m l?v One of the Smith brothers Went over to Decatur on business Monday. I Neshoba is on a boom of late. It- will have several new citizens non. They know a good town When they see it, also a good school. We will have another merchant with us in a short time, Dr. Phillii is. He has bought pio pferty here. ®Mr. T. J, Lewis moved into his pew residence last week. fejMr. K. Guest, our machinist, married last week to a Miss Har per of Leake (’minty. We wish (hem a long ami happy life to gether. Mr. .1. C. Tidwell from near here left las; week for Montrose where he will e nter school. •Several of oiirciti//ens attended the opening of the Clark Mem orial College at Newton last! week. Mi'S \ ernie Colo will he found 1 liehin.l the eonnter at W W Me-1 ileath's, ready to serve you. A negro trainman was serious ly hurt here one day last week While the train was switching in a load otcotton, the engine stru ck a. scantling which struck the negro knocking him senseless. He was carried to Newton for treatment and was doing well when last, heard from. Neshoba an 1 M-Donald had a hall guile here last week which ended in a score of i) to 1 in favor of Neshoba. Miss IL-rti * IJaruighs has op enod up anew line_of milliners goods at J. T. Me Craw’s. Or. Sloe. - -I f ► - A Letter te G. W. Henry. E igewood, Tex., tSept. 1), Mr. G. W. II airy, Philadelphia, Miss. Hear Pro. : J have just ivech ed a nice letter from your little grand daughter, Eva ilomliree. 1 was indeed glad to gel it. >Sl,e is a very smart little girl; yon slnmld he proud of ner. I want you to w rile me and tell me the news oi t.;e new <• 1 1\‘ that his recently sprung from tiie old Philadelphia Eva sai l you wanted me to come hack to the old soldiers lie union the 'dill and i Kli, hut it is not possible for me to do so. though I would he very glad to I mix and mingle once more in life with my old comrades and friends in the home county of my boy hood days. 1 went to the Texas State Re union at W illispoinf. I met a great mmy Mis-d -sippians. hut none Iron my Regiment. I had j a real good time. Everything ! .v i- free to the old soldiers. | j There was a contest for a preni i in in of a Inti lie Hag, presented bv | the daughters of the confederacy offered to the Camp that conk! make the best display of the Con federate drill. Sane Camps came in f u 1 1 u liform, with their old musk ds an 1 h mo nets shinning like new silver. The second diy they had a sham battle Lateen the old sold iers and state troops. They used an old historic cannon, Long Tom, for the defense of the state troops. It looked like a real bat-, tie. After a short time the state troops fell back and we took “Long Torn;” I never saw such a mass of humanity as was there to witness the battle. I enjoy these reunions, but it makes me sad to think that our reunions here will soon he over. But we have a blessed hope when we cross the river we will he ready to answer to the final roll call and “Rest under the shade of the trees.” I have many friends and loved ones over there and some sweet day we will strike hands on the other shore. I often think of my many friends in Neshoba and Leake Co’s. I can’t hope to meet here any more, but over there in the Great Beyond. My genoral health is very good I am a member of a Stock Cos. to publish anew paper here the PATIENCE . TOLERANCE AND TRIUMPH. ’pFLPHIA. MISS., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8.1508. “Edge,. Citizen,” hope you I will subscribe for it. 1 want to! exchange with tne Democrat. Give my love to all enquiring friends there Your Bro., J. A. Henry. Mrs. A. M. Lewis. On the sth day of July, DOS. I the death angel visited the home •of Bro B F Lewis of Neshoba, Miss, and too.\ therefrom his be loved companion, Sister -V M Lewis. •Sister Lew is was born on the 25th day of February, 1855 in Neshoba Cos and joined tl.e Bap i i--t church at <food 1 lope at Hi years of age. being baptized by Kev (> F Breland. She removed her membership to Mt Sinai • ■hnrcli in 1690, where she re mained a consistent and faithful member until death. •She was married to Bro B F L "\vis on the 2()th day of Dec IS7L I'nto this union there wa re horn 8 children, -1 boys and I girls all of w hom are still living md were at her bedside wlien death claimed her for its own. Sister Lewis was a faithful ■iiristian a loving companion and t kind mother ever ready to at tain! her (thumb and lend a sym pathetic ear to the cry of distress I'herefore be it Resolved Ist. That in tlv* death d'Sister Lewis the church has b.st a faithful niembei, hei com j mnnily and a.apiaintances a kin 1 I md loving friend and In r home ! i noble mother and wife. Resolved 2nd Tii.it I In* church it Mt Sinai do hereby extend to | ;he sorrowing husband, children md relatives their sincere sym pathy and condolence in this sad hour of bereavement, and poi n t 1 hem for coin I’m t to Inn who has Slid. "‘La, lam with yon always even unto the end of the world.” R-solved did That a copy ol these resolutions be sent to the bereaved family and The Missis sippi Baptist lie- requsted to pub lished same. Done lio order of Mt Sinai Baptist church in conference. Saturday before the third Lord's day in .1 nly I A. Ida Joliason j F M Breland | S E Walton ) Committee WL White I ,) E Breland J In Memory of Mrs. Lull Milling (nee Will liams) born near Philadelphia. March 11, 1807, died Sept. 27, 1908, age, 41 years, 0 months and id days. When about Id yems old she professed faith in Christ and united wi'h the Methodist church, but later united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church of which her husband was a member. Nov. 8 LSBd, she mar ried Mr. W. A. Milling, a son ol the late Lev. doe Milling. She I was the in- tier of 14 children, 1 1 of whom 51 had gone before, and II still survive. One of her 1 neighbors said: “1 knew Mrs. I Milling all her life and she was a good woman.” Another neigh bor said: “Asa mother she was always at her post endeavoring to dicharge her parental duty.” Lula will he missed by her husband j and her dear children. To them |we would say, ’Sorrow not as others who have no hope.’ She can not come back to you, but you can go to her. The separa tion will not belong,not verylong, a glorious re-union awaits you in heaven, J. r. McDonald. \i/ % s. K. STRI BLIND, I‘rosidi nt. K. P. DONALD, Vice-Pros. J. I’. McHauJoy, Oashior. ibj ifi S SANK OF PHILADELPHIA. $ W $ Philadelphia, Miss. w \b 1 q\ lb ($\ $ I'>AN Iv IN (1 S KKVIC K . W M/ /f% ILinkors nr.‘ liccomiii!*-MMirc a;.(l innn> t lie Ciisfudi-ms of (In- i’limls of tL ,;F tiu* iK'njdc. of Loth I urge ami pmall nn*:ui. This is line to wider appro- jL elation of (ho value of hankiipj; somcp, as its u-oftilnoss is c.Moudcal .•I/, ami its jnolhods become bettor known, in the case of and: w fy\ | THE BANK OF PHILADELPHIA, m Ml fs\ $ THE HOME BANK, THE BIGGEST BANK, Mi Ifl lb THE STRONGEST BANK, SHE BEST BANK, ifi ify Tlx* host sarvioo is assured to Fanners and Merchants, Its Officers tty \t.j aim in every way to protect the interests of its patrons, making use .of l() every means oi caution. Its up-to-date syslt m ..f accuracy, promptness \sf and the safe, careful attention to larje or small depositors, it is a sale ffi *Jjl Hank, il is a hank lor the people—rich and poor men, women ami i}f cliildn'ii—FA IIMHKS IvS|*R’.’l A I,LV. 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It is made and 1 S sold m larger quantities than any other two fences in the world, solely on its merits. ■ makers of Af-JIEtJSCAN FEDSCS own and operate their own iron mines and furnaces, their own wire mills and sis immense fence factories. Their product is the acknowledged Sy ISTAHMRD OF THE WORLD | We can show you this fence in onr stock and explain its merits and superiority, not only in the roll but in laa the field. Come and ace us and get our prices. HP $ $ | r A AT M p -"r;;? /prv p**> r*.~ja —v nenca®? i %^o a p i 1A TA~h¥ If makes one of the V OIINGS BuSlNiibS GOLLEGE H£3S /A.’’ ’ : :.’; 'p' ; V ’A'\ iL T f you should become the first stud cut from your s. > lion, you would el one of tliclr courses ntSi' i ro Ssf'fy&A fornlmoal iiolhinc. k3/. ■*i'ir?A <*J *.,%h bsJi Inliroduetory OSler For a limited time wo oiror a scholarship to the first student from a territory at - -Vm!,! —rv —r --.jut ran-ililnl onr remilsr run ,to the sceoml student al onc-lnilf. to I lie third • v'jLi.j, V 'r W student nt ;tdiscount. Who kitows but what you will ho the hint to inter from your section, If you will \odvfjs l !ffi'&''■ AvV hot net lit once? wiftS'OStt'.v . >•: ~'■/ Ifquid.tgeftndCourses Ihiseolhw has a more complete equlfiflito of ollice. time and labor-saving ?■viwJSr " ■ iti'\ ice'; for oi uden *s' c-e iaa n any ot her eol li’ce i a tlie .-'onth. i )ur hook ket'ping, 1 '*hSjs2t3 it mrfha lid and ly peivriting courses, wilii tin . r la I era 1 subjects, arlthnul ie. rapid ml dilations, spelling, ]>nnc tinUoa. com position, coin men in I la v:. >o n menial geogra nhy, pen m a nsh ip. h I ter- will ins, poll! leal economy, etc., are Ihc best money, brains and talent run produce, Tho Instructions are wimple and complete, uud you become enthused and naturally finish ours much sooner than an Inferior course. ■ Location young’s lluslness'C’ollego is located on the high rolling hills of Vicksburg, tho largest, wealthiest and most enterprising city H ~— ill the state, the liig'iest price eoUon marl* 1 1 in ilie world, the largest long sin pie aid ton marl; el in Ile mid. Ihe gateway to H the iniist fertile country (Var.oo and M ississlppl Valley) in tho world, and many other advantages, all of which lend support to your H well-doing by coming here for a hudness training. fS SfSitcia* lies Colton. I .umber and I apart nn nt Store ncconnting: retail ctly grocery, dry goods, general furnishing stores, plantation M— l - —— accounting yystems; Hill and i'ha rre systems with theaidof tho typewriter and book keeping machine; Stenography w for Oovernineiif positions, Court-reporting, etc. Wrile for fnrtiii r particulars today. Address: e ipfSP'Tetl us what you need In the way of office help, wo can furnish it. J. B. YOUNG, Pres., Vicksburg, Mississippi. What a Doctor I.earns. A young doctor thinks a doctor is about the greatest thing in the world, and talks a great deal about the dig nity of his profession, but an old doc tor has very little to say about tho dignity of his profession, and takes no medicine.—Atchison Globe. Per! dr.fj an !cd'.i:try. Scarcity of >ea -i ~mi i.i the A 1 ;shn pack •'•'•li an doubt revl-a (be ptnis 1 n'th'h ind.is :y hi the aonth.—Port land < ■ ; ab.-a. itn.i-jr Touch. A vi'i wh - is row.h an;! awkward at everythin!? els - will show a. delicacy and skl’i we;, ter than t*n> vomun'a when he has 'a patch a ten-dollar bill.—Atchison Globe. What Docs Cc-mfcrt Mesa? What does comfort mean, or de | nance, unrest or expectation? What is I this and all the real which wo nuw* 'use little by little, compared with the. i only thing that is Indlaprtu able, and 1 that alone if happiness—peace?—lid 1 ward Scderberg. NO. 19. Character Ccuntc. Character alone gives to man the dignify ol bis mission and enables him to iuir.il his !iio v in accord ance with the di'lne scheme manifest in his being. Without, it his life is nc' live, u blank, instead of a Weil rounded and full period. Will Find Cure far Leprosy. it is estimated that there are rente 3,000,000 lepers in the world, hut the cate of leprosy is now resmd.d nr b*>* is.; within ineus'i!iii.ilo distance.