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ip* f : MvOcal N e vvt*. j* ('ol ||V\. M. Lewis is on (he sick li T. yol ladies' hats t<>(). Jb \iels|i ct Cos. Plowin' pots of all sizes at Sli v < ',m Morrow's. Soryßnm seed for sal“ at C L Xnlt A (’ompany's. Alty.\M. B. Cooper spent part of last week in Meridian Blacksmit h coal an 1 char coal for sale by \\ W Crain. Dr. T. I'. Kilpat i iek was down from Xoxapater yes lerday. A nice line of porch chairs and rockers a.t Spivey A Morrow. Misses Annie Kale and Fddie Lee Byrd have ret lim ed home. Let, me paint your buyyy like new. W. W. ( rain. Mr. •!. W. !iardy is over from dackson for a, few days. All y. C. L. ] )<)!dis made a business trip to Xoxapater Monday. liny your ox yokes of W. W. Crain. Me has some wood ones, Mr. i lawk Stribliay a.iriv ed home from college- Mon day eveniny. TO In. White Oryandie •!()(• and doe yd at 11 endeison- Molpns (’o. Mr. IXi: 1 Speaks is build lay a residence just north oi .Mr. C. L. Me Lav’s. Tiic I>i ‘si bargains in clot hing will be found at .1. V. Wash A Co's. Mi's. r T. li!nrrier visited ;• i Mr. M. Franks' the first nf t!iis wci'K. Mr. S. 1 i. St ribling and Dr. *W. and. St ribling vLi ted Noxa pater last. Saturday. Mr. Pete ! !ar|H* si up] ed off bam while the railroad was washed ii|). Mrs. W. 11 .Jenkins is visit inii at Kosciusko rind other places in that county. Dont forget to come for bargans at Kasdans 11 1* btiisy store on the corner. M r. W. S. Howell took the civil service l examination in .lackson last week. Ladies' white slippers for So per cent below cost and cheaper. .1. V. Welsh A: Cos. We are informed that service will beam on m rural route from Stallo dune Ist. For easy workers call at the Philadelphia Shoe Cos. and yon will find what you want. Mr. C. L, McKay was on the sick list the latter part of last and the first part of this week. Pit game cocks, hens and po-o’s for sale. Wee Walter P7* Davidson and get his prices, Philadelphia, Miss. Mr. E, W. Richardson has j>one to Meridian and Jack son in the interest of the .Ne shoba Fair. Mr. I?. F. Tinylt* returned from Tews last Saturday where he spent several rnon ths with his brother M r G. li Timrle. He brouytit iiack a bottle of Texas red water which he left in our office. Mr. Miller .Moore and fami ly visited here tills weex the ynests of ' .Mr and Mrs () 15 Fox, Mon. !'. G. Walton and his son Floyd took the rural carriers examination here last Saturday. Do not foryet that now is lhe time Kasdan the place to ba,nk your money a dol lar saved a dollar made. Dike Ldwards was convic ted last wee a at Starksville for t he kiiliny of Dr. Diehard son and sentenced to life in i the penitentiarv. An appeal I will be taken tot he supreme I court. — o Ankle st rop sandles just from Bosloli by express. The latest. At The Phila delphia, Shoe ! 'o. Mr. t’i inner McXei! spent Sit unlay niyht here in the interest of Dr. Chalmers Kirk who wishes to be ap pointed a member of tin* State Hoard <f 1 lealth. Soryhu m semi for side ; 1 1 CL Xnt t A ('oinpnny's. o ■—<a Mr. .1. B. Parks was down In si Sat nnl.ay lookiny after indorsements for Ids broth er. Dr. W. W. Parks of Louisville, who is mi appli cant; l o a. posit ion on the State Board of 11ealth. I ('a rraye pa hit for sale by. W. W. ('rain. The hea vies! rain to visit this section in years fell Monday evenin'*' and night. It, has been -est i united t hat some! lima- like 1 wel ve inches of water fell in about that many hours. The damage is very considerable. The road and fields are badly damaged by washing, many small bridges are gone and the railroad track washed up between here and McDon ald. Mrs. A. a nd. Mayo sent us a reddish this momma- that measured IT inches in cir cumference and IS inches in 1e n a-1 h. How is this for truck fanning. Mr. Sam and. Massey made an assignment to Mr. T. N. ('rockett yesterday morning. Liabilities are given at ;fHD()4.bI with assets yet to be determined. .4() in white dap Silks o()c Henderson-Molpus ('o. Mrs. L. M. Kenfield daughter of Mr. and Mrs (xeo. Looker, was married week ago in Meridian to Mij and. T. Cray. Mr. D. A. Elliott spent ti first part of the week wit his family at Kosciusko. For Sale.— Two horns and lots. Cheap. Cash a terms as desired. A. J. Patterson - —■ Mr. P.ob Collier died Ist Wednesday evening- aftc a short illness with coemp tion. L\o 03. An ordinance fixing the time that Beacon Street /fain Street and Gum Street i,i Philadel phia. Miss., may be blockaded by the trains of Hail Road Companys. Sec, i. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the town of Philadelphia Miss., that it shall he unlawful for the Mobile Jackson and Kansas City Kail Road Company now operat ing its trains through said town i ami any other Rail Road Com pany that may hereafter operate its trains through said town to leave any locomotive, train of cars or car across Main Street (imu Street and Becon Street, in said town ot Philadelphia, so as to impede or obstruct public travel for longer than (5) live minutes. Sec. 2. Any person violating tin 1 provisionsf tins ordinance, shall upon cotvictioii be lined not less than s‘>oo) live dollars, | nor more tlau (830.00) (iffy I dollars. Sec. ;!■ Tint for cause that these Street are now being 1 blockaded b; the Mobile Jackson I ami Kansas tity Rail Road Oom puies locomttives and cars that this ordinary? be in full force and effect tom and after this date. Ordered,idopted and approv ed by yea uul nay vote this i Mav !th 100. LJ Cat ledge. Odie Moo?. Mayor (erk. in set'll lor suit, 1 at (’ L Xllt & < otnpany's. ( ashir a nd. W. (Jaiildinji’ of tlii> Fist National Hank spent tie first part of t his at Ne\'Albany. Mr. j. -I. (kit led,ue has 1 la* hoolc-on ham! t hat will lie i list'd i the sinking - school to Itfiin on A :!}*•. 2drd. I Yon in obtain a copy now I for A cent s. Tlf most com] >let(' line fane white goods and dress line shown in town call and see. Heiiderson-Molpus Cos. r9~ —-0 Mssrs Norris Wilkerson and)scar dones have four pig which are now six mat hs old and weigh 721 ponds gross. The largest of the four weighs 224 I Minds. Who can beat t ps** for porkers. Jr- F D Dewees left this njrning for the Allison Veils where he goes for his 1 tilth. i Mr. and Mrs Win. McKay re the happy possessors of fine boy who arrived in heir home yesterday. The Ladies are invited to all around and see the All vin Collapsible, ball bearing ••o-carts at Spivey Si Morrow In a, mixup Tuesday even ing between Mr. Ross Byrd and Mr. Dave Donald, Don ald used his knife on Byrd wihout, it is thought, doing him any serious hurt. A bus iness difference was the cause of the trouble. Mr. J. Niles Boyd came came over from Kosciusko yesterday on a matter of business. Mr Dear and wife of Carth age are visiting here this week the 'guests of Air. M. E. Cadeuhead and family. Mi; A. .1. Patterson has 1 gold ,ds business to Messrs 1 Boy t A Russell. I'j ■ ■. : j South Side of Court Square. | H ivia? biught from one of'ths Largest Clothing Manufacturers in the I 1 east, an up-to-date line of men’s and youths’suits at iess than manufao- * tured cost. I have decided to give my customers tiie benefit of the bar- -j gains. Come and see for yourself, seeing is beliveing. r 'i f20.00 Suits #14..30 j " AI! ' ly " Tl,e Celahrated Rod Fox Pants I | $17.50 Suits $12.50 | * r, 0l) Li,u ‘ ut vd.do S m, - . . S iloO Line nt ±45 B $12..)0 .suits $8.25 ■ i 2 j -.oU Line at LoO 5 It’s tin* biggest Kargins over offered. Now is the time, Kasdan’s 8 Store the Place. I also have an up-to-date line of Ladies and .Misses Voile 0 ar >d Chiffon Panama skirts. Laces and Embroidies, Lawns and all fashion- & | able Dress Goods, Shoes that are made to fit to wear. An extra assortment of $ °' Oie latest ladies neck wear and belts. The reason I sell goods cheap. I 0 | buy them cheap. That is the reason why they go to Kasdan’s, for there is a y | sale here all the time. SO ALL CO .ME TO y I D. Kasdan’s Corner Store, | I THIS MONTH FOE KAJHIAINS. 0 y Highest cash prices paid for Hides. Wool. IW-wax and Produce. E ktOS ZHSHEEST jMWWfaHi'^KiKMia’VMteEL E3EBBTSOT3 JSSSSSSSsS SZmmaSL IsajgßMK Proim, Neshoba Comity Sunday School COllfClltiOl!, This body ini'cts with Hope church, eight mdcs west of Philadelphia, Satur day before the third Sunday in duly, 1 ( .)0!), SaTI’KDA V. 10:00 a. in. Devotional exercises. 10:20 a. in. Welcome address by Oth., Fox. 10:10 a. m. Response to welcome ad dress by Lawrence .Milling', 1 1:00 a. in. Annual address by N. A. .Mott. 12:00 nr Noon Recess. 1:00 p. in. Business session—Reports from schools .Flection of otlicers. appointment of committees etc. 2:00 p. m. Fxerciess by various Sun day Schools. .2:00 p. m. The best method to secure regular attendance of pupils, by L. A. Duncan J. W. M. Thornton et af. 2:40 ji, m. Who should be teachers iu : Ihe Sunday School? by Rev. W. B Sensing, L. a nd. ('at ledge and ot hers. SUNDAY. 0:20 a. m. Devotional exercises. 10:00 a. m. The Sunday School lesson by and. F. Byrd 1 1:()() a, m. Sermon by Rev. (1. S. J inkins. 12:00 M Noon recess. 1:20 p. m. Report of committees and selection of next place of meeting. 2:00 p. m. Round Table Talk and general discusion led by President. 11. (Hraham-Pres. Miss (fra Lewis-Sec. R. L. Breland Committee on program. Mrs. C. P. Jolly of the Good Hope community died I last Wednesday night after a lingering illness with con sumption. When iu need of Rugs. Mat tresses and furniture of any kind call on Spivey & Mor row. Everybody will please re ; member that I still have several lines left from Ihe | lire to close out at c<ist Harness, Hardware, furna lure. Crockery, Drugs, can goods, tinware, big line! shoes and hats, without boxes, tobacco, plows, nails brooms and so on. A DeWecse. Lost. —One silk parasol, wit h straight wood handle. Finder will return to Mrs. jC. L. Dobbs and receive re reward. n— n ■— Nice line all the latest fic tiou at ('adenhead. Drug St ore. * —s VV. 0. W. Unveiling. We will unveil the monument jof Sov. S. A. Young ut Smyrna 1 cemetery on the sth Sunday in i May, and on the Ist Sunday in .Juno, that to Sov. Kugene Meeks lat Herbert eemetary. We invite jail neiglihoi hig c mips to assist ns. Fraaternally. (i. M. Whi to, (’. C. •I. W. Meeks, OlerU.. Mars llill Oainj . No, 2 tit). - A ii <> w supply Sambo stocks at Spi'’ey w Morrow's ltm-~ O MttCm rti 'Julia Marlowe’ If yon want Comfort ami style buy a. ”.lalia Marlowe" shoe at thy i’hihnlelphia Shoe < 'o. Special Premiums. To lie competed for at the Neshoba Fair. Fortlic best (5 stalks ol cotton grown by the use ol Royal C Fertilizer, SIO.OO in gold. 1 lenderson-.Molpus < ’o. (fn issue of April S. is 12 stalks but is now changed to 0) Do not t ry to plant cotton seed wit!) your hand. Call at Spivey &.Morrow’s and get you ;i cotton planter. New Books just received i at Cadenhead. Drug Ctore. I We can supply you with | feed specially adapted to ■chicken and chicks. 1 P L Nutt & Cos. Mf. -I. F. Burnside was over from Burnside this mommy; and reports that, the Biver will not go as high as it did a lew weeks ago. So the bridges .ire in no danger yet. Mr. S. A. ( lav was down Iroin Stailo this inorniny transact iny some business. Agents Wanted. To sell farm Blow Sets in Xeshoda county. 1 make your plow run ease, (iood salary. liaymond \] Jones. Just received anew up-to date line of Ladies and Misses voile and Panama skirl s. I>. Kasdan's Store. Pont foryet the special Bargains in all up to date nothing at Kasdans store This month my loss is your Lain dimes, make dollars. I’ope side harrows a,l Spiv ey tV: Morrow's. Anew Ii 11 ( *ot washable lap dusters at K. F. 1 lonia's. < 'all and see t ham. nr— • —* Beautiful lino fancy waist and dress silks at Bargains. at 1 lenderson-Molpus ('<>. • For nice and up to data Braids switches and puffs all kind of hand made Hair 'floods fxo to Kasdans will yiva you bargains them also for this month. a Bants that are pants made to tit and lit to wear lit parson & purse. Kasdan Store. Biy lot of latest styles in millinery just received can stin everybody. A DeWeese. .1.. Juol.OCi l, i. U; law is oft the highest i...fi. — One Thing Certain. n*vcro n;ry not have made /.i.ti.'.us vide but there can be no i abont what happened next -.i}. -’ llwaalve Sentinel. Coed Always in the Useful. AM is good that is useful. —Italian Proverb. No Doubt. When a young man tells a girl that he’P. !<"<■ fi r fo ever and over, no doubt in believes he is telling the iru:h at the time. —Chicago Daily No tv s. Aim High. In area: attend ts it la glorious ovn to U.ii. —l.ouginu*. Avoid Habit of Gossip. The gossip habit is pernicious. Tie mark the the family that they are breaking one of (lie commandments —■ "Thou shall not bear false wit ness” | —and it. may set them lo thinking, j Gossip usually has an element of uu | truth in it.