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f THE KEMPER HERALD. '
©ld Sbbibs, VOL. XXVIII. New 8b»ibs, VOL. XV. SCOOBA, MIB8., THUH8DAY, OCTOBER 9, 1902. 0
I’HE HERALD
Mies Brinkley Vinson,
EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
BCOOBA MISS
Announcements, j
For Congress—5m District, j
ADAM M. BVRD. j
The Orand Army of the Re- j
public, yclept pension grabbers, ■
have beeu in session in Wash- j
ington this week* i
j
Beaumont oil fields had an- J
other fire Tuesday night; it was
easily quenched. One man was j
s o badly burned that he will die. i
The insolent, puree proud coal!
burOns have gotten the republi
cans under their heels and they
are insulting and spurning the
highest officials of the party not
excepting tne presiaeut or me
United States. The creatures
have grown and fattened on rich
thrift broth until the infant is
bigger and stronger than the
creator.
AU the militia of the state of
Pennsylvania, 10,000 men, have
been ordered to the coal regions
to suppress the strikers, Revo
lu tion is in the air all over the
northeru section of our country.
All that is required is a spark to
touch it oft and a Cromwell or a
Napolean in the saddle to lead
the discontented element,
t *
Prospeetffjust now are bright
' ''for »'d§mocratic house of rep
resentatives. The republicans
are badly frightened- The beet
trust has, emptied the lull din
ner pail and the coal trust is
making things very uncomfort
able as winter approaches, and
other trusts, too numerous to
mention, are gouging the people
all along the line, all combined
are maxing democratic prospects
very rosy.
What are the millionaires com
ing to? J. P. Morgan doesn’t
appear to be able to stop the coal
strike. Schawb has nervous pros
tration. Nothing stays on John
D. Rockefeller’s stomach. Rus
aoll ft o nro So nnf Uful 1 nnoiiirh tn I
be up aud John W. Gates got
put out of a first class hotel.—
Memphis Morning News.
TAKE CARE OF THE STOMACH.
The man or woman whose digestion
is perfect and whose stomach performs
its every function is never sick. 'Kodol
c’eanses, purifies and sweetens the
stomach, and cares positively and per
manently all stomach troubles, dyspep
aia and indigestion. It is tbs wonderful
reconetroctive tonic that is making so
many sick people well aud weak people
strong by conveying to their bodies ah
of the nourishment in the food they eat.
Rev. J. H. Holladay, of Holladay, MiaB.
writes : Kodol has cared me. I consider
it the best remedy I ever need for
dyspepsia and stomach troubles. I was
given up by physicians. Kodol saved
my lile. Take it alter meals. For sale
by M. E. Ward, Druggist.
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National Encampment G. A. R.
Washington, D. C., October 6 to
11, 1902. ♦
For the above occasion the.
Mobile & Ohio R. R. will sell
tickets to Washington and return
at about one ceutper mile, which
maxes the rate exceedingly low
Lim it allows nearly a month in
W ashiugton. Ask M. & O.
Agents tor exact particulars.
St. Louis Fair.
October 6 to 21, 1902.
The M & O. R. R. will sell
tickets for this occasion at the
Yrate ol one tare tor the rouud
trip allowing one week in St.
Louis—Apply to M & 0 agents
tor tickets and information
FOR STATE AUDITOR
T. M. Henry Will Make The
Race Next Year.
Hon. T. M. Henry, brother of
Hon. W. A. Henry of this city,
will next year year be a candidate
for state | auditor. There is no
inau in the state better qualified
for the position. Foj some 15
or more years Mr. Henry has
been a deputy in the office which |
place he now holds under the
Hon. W. Q. Cole. He is thor
oughly familiar with all the
duties of the office, and his long
service as chief deputy is suffic
ient testimony of his fidelity to
duty.
In politics Mr. Henry is a true j
and tried Democrat, and has
always taken an active interest
iu the welfare of his party. He
enjoys a large acquaintanceship
throughout the State, and by bis
accommodating disposition and,
_1.. 1._ A . _ • 1_ A?_
eiicei iuiiicdo isj give iuiui iiiauuu
to any and all having business |
with the auditor’s office, has a
number ot triends who will be
glad to espouse his cause. Should
Mr. Henry be elected he will
make an efficient, capable 8tate
Auditor.—Yazoo City Herald.
The Presbyterian Synod will
bold its annual meeting at Col
umbus, Miss., beginning Oct. 18.
The North Mississippi Metho
dist Coulereqce will be held at
Tupelo commencing December
3, and the Mississippi Conterence
will convene at Natchez, Dec 10.
Both gotherings will be presided
over by Bishop J. S. Key.
It ouly took five doctors to
prick a boil on our strenuous
President’s knee; and he, the
“rough rider,” the slayer ot
mountain lions, grizzly bears and
the like, quit his western trip
and weut back to Washington on
account ot the pain incident
thereto.
America’s Famous Beauties
Look with horror on Skin Eruptionp,
Blotches, Sorer, Pimples. They don’t
have them, nor will any one who uses
Bncklen’s Arnica Salve. It glorifies the
face. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish
before it. It cures sore lips, chapped
hands, chilblains. In'allibl* ior Piles
25c at Ward’s drug store.
NOTICE.
The tall examination will bo
held in the court house at De
Kalb, Kemper county on tne
following dates: For white |
teachers Sept. 19 and 20, Oct. 17
and 18: For colord teachers Sept i
26 and 27. Oct. 24 m9R Wo
insist that all who intend taking
these examinations be on band at
8 o’clock. It is best tor any one
before taking an examination to
have had a good nights rest be
fore, that the mind may be clear
to act, to do this it is best for
those who live any distance from
the place of holding to go the
day before. Be sure to be there
at 8 o clock.
H C. Jackson, Supt.
Misses Mamie Watkins and May
Rush Examiners.
RAN A TEN PENNY NAIL THRO’
HIS HAND.
While opening a box, J. C Mount,
of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten pen*
ny nail through tbe fleshy part ot his
hand. "I thought at once of all^ the
pain and soreness this would cause me,’>
be says, “and immediately applied
Chamberlain’s Pain Balm and occasion*
ally afterwards. To my surprise it re.
moved all pain and eorenees and the
injured parte were soon healed. For
sale by M. JE Ward, Druggist.
FOR SALE
Poland China Pigs; 3 months
old—Price $10 a pair or 6 for
a siugle pig. Delivered at depot
E. M. Clark,
Scooba, A/iss.
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T. J. BOSTICK. E. E. BOSTICK. W. L. BOSTICK
T. J. Bostick & Sons
MERIDIAN, * - * MISSISSIPPI,
.MANUFACTURERS OF.
—Yellow Pine Lumber—
-0
Yellow Pine Doors Their Specialty.
Car Load Orders Solicited.
Carry in Stock All Kinds ot Rough and Dressed Lumber—
Flooring, Ceiling, Moulding, Blinds, Doors, Brackets, Sash, Ac., Ac
SHERIFF’S SALE!
The State ot Mississippi, 1
County of Kemper, j
Officers ot Court
vs
8. R. Hamlet, Principal, -
C. K. Hamlet and W. J.
McDade, Trustees.
Judgment March J7th, 1902, for
$82.50.
By virtue of an execution in
my hands, issued by the Clerk ot
the Circuit Court of Kemper
county, Mississippi, 1 will otter
tor sale, at public outcry, to the
highest aud best bidder tor cash,
at the north door ot the court
house, in the town ot DeKalb,
on the First Monday ot govern
ber 1902, between the hours of
11 o’clock and 4 o’clock ot said
day, ,tbe following \ described I
lands, levied on as the property
ot 8. R. Hamlet, to wit: traction
sw sw qr., 30 aprpa, traction
nw sw qr., 3 acpes, section 4.
township 9, rauge 18, in Kemper
county, Miss., to satisfy said
execution and costs.
This the 6th day of Oct.,1 ''02.
C, H. Hull, Sherili.
HE LEARNED A GREAT
* TRUTH.
It is said ot John Wesley tha
he once said to Misstress Wesley:
“Why do you tell that child the .
same thing over and over again?”
“John Wesley, because once tell
ing is not enough.’' It is tor this
same reason that you are told
again and again that Chamber
Iain’s Cough Remedy cures colds
and grip; that it counteracts any
tendency ot these diseases to
result in pneumonia, aud that it
is pleasant and uate to take. For
sale by Ward the druggist.
Capt. Jack is selling goods
tor cost,—Bring the money and
you shant go away without the
goods you want.
NOTICE
FOR PUBLICATION.
Department ot the Interior.
Land Office /
Notice is hereby given that the
following named settler has filed
notice ot his intention to make
final proof in support ot bis
claim, and that said proof will
be made before Chancery Clerk,
Kemper Co., at DeKalb, Miss.,
on October 10,1902, viz: John
E. Bibdsono, H. E. No. 82506
for the EJ NEJ section 8, town- j
ship 10 N., range 18 E., Choc.
Mer,
He names the following wit
nesses to prove his continuous
residence upon and cultivation
of said land, viz :
W. B. Joyner, J. W. Hall, E.
H. Kent, M. 8. Birdsong, all ot
Sucarnochee, Miss.
Fred W. Collins.
Register.
FOR SALE
One McCormick second hand
Mower and Bake, apply to
Joe Cramer.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
MgMts what you oat.
For sale by Ward.
Low Rates to California
—and the—
Northwest
Via the M. & O. Railroad.
One way second class colonist
and settlers tickets will be sold
dailp daring September and Oc
tober to points in California and
the West and Northwest. Ask
Mobile & Ohio Agents for par
ticulars.
CITATION NOTICE!
The State of Mississippi, 1
County of Kemper. /
To The Ouknown Heirs ot A. r.
Felts, Deceased : ,
You are oommanded to ap
pear before‘the Chancery Court
of the county of Kemper in said
Ui a Ait 4 it a ♦ V» iiAitylnii a4 XT a
^the
iiual account of A. J. Keen, ad
ministrator of the estate of A. P.
Felts, deceased, should not be
allowed.,
This 8th day of October A. D.
1902. Sam O, Bull,
Chancery Clerk.
GOES LIKE 110T CAKES.
‘•The fastest selling article I
have in in store,” writes drug
gist C. T. Smith, of Davis, Ky.,
••is Dr King’s New’ Discovery for
t .msnmptiou, Coughs and Colds
he -uuse it always cures. In my
six years ot sales it has never
lit'ltd I have known it to save!
sntiercrs from Throat aud LuAg
diseases, who could get no help
front doctors or any other rem
edy” Mothers rely on it, best
physicians prescribe it, and ard
the druggist, guarantees satis
faction or refunds the price
Trial bottles free, Regular sizes
50c and $1
My friends and patrons, from
now on, will find the undersigned
(W. T. Scott, Jeweler and Op
tician) with the firm of E. R. v.
Seutter, the large Jewelry, Op
tica>, Watch, Diamond, &c. &c.
House, Cor. 5th Street and 23rd
Avenue, Meridian, Miss.
This Carries one ol the largest,
most varied and best selected
stocks in the South, buys tor
spot cash and is therefore en
abled to sell on smaller margins
thau most firms.
I will give all my old friends
and customers a bearty welcome
in my new position and appre
ciate their patronage just as
much as it my name was over
the door.
Mr. Seutter, the proprietor of
the firm, is a professional scien
tific optician of many years’ ex
perience and practice, and will
tit your spectacles scientifically
aud perfectly with no extra
charge for testiug.
Very respectfully,
W. T. Scott.
DR. KINC’8
TRY NEW discovery
FOR THAT COLD.
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
Cures Consumption,Coughs,
Colds, Bronchitis, Asthma,
Pneumonia,Hay Fever,Pleu
risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness,
3ore Throat, Croup and
Whooping CougStl
. NO CURE. NCljV.
*ric. 50c. and $1. TRIAL
BEWARE OF THE KNIFK.
No profession has advanced more
rapidly of late than surgery, bat it
ihould not be used except where ab
•olutely necessary. In cases of piles
or example, it is seldom needed. De*
Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve cures quickly 1
and permanently. Unequalled for cuts
burns, bruises, wounds, skin diseases.
Accept no counterfeits. “I was so
troubfcd with the bleeding piles that I
lost much blood and strength,” say J
0. Phillips, Paris, III, "DeWitt’s Witch
Hazel Salve cured me in a short time.’
Soothes and heals. For sale by M. E
Ward, the druggist.
Fine Line of Summer and Fail Goods
at Duke’s
For Sale at a Bargain.
#
A well improved farm 2|
miles ejist of Seooba, good dwel
ing, never failing well of water,
containing 240 acres, the entire
tract enclosed with a wire feuce;
80 acres in timber, 60 acres fresh
land, 40 acres black prairie eorn ,
land, balance sandy loam cotton j
and pasture lands. Price $7.00
per acre; terms easy*
For further information apply
C. T. Douglas or to A.. G. Vin
son,
PUMNA
Ss oaly SoW to
Sacks like this
fbe Feed that
keeps Mules ip
and feed Mils
daw& :v. \
Corn and Oats Hlgn
PURINA
PURINA
*.Feed. AJ sr"
BVEKY
SACK.
KEEPS
MmQvmules up
Jy^TSf and feed
EL jjv BILLS DOWN
inHIM try iti
— _
THE FEED
THAT SAVES
MONEY OVER
CORN A OATS.
FOR
DONKEY
ON EVERY
SACK,
BKOAUSC IT «^^^H»TNIRD
Neville
and Wilbourn,
ATT0BN2YS AT L AW,
Hamm Boildiko.
Meridian. - - Miss.
Branch office in Bcooba, Misr. A
member of the firm will be in Bcooba
every Saturday.
T. M .TANN,
Attorney-at-Law,
DbKalh, - Miss.
Will practice in al. the courta
of Ketnper and adjoining comi
ties.
G. H. Ethridge
A TTOBJfE T- AT- LAW,
DEKALB, MISS
General law practice in all tbo
Courts of Mississippi Special at,to*
tion given to legal writings and collec
tiobs. -
Branch Office in Bcooba, Miss. A
member of the firm will be in Bcooba
every Monday.
fr T Ponolioi*
Attorney at Law.
DeKALB, MISS
Will practice i.i State rnu
Federal courts.
T. W. Brame,
ATTOBHEY-AT LAY'
MAUOS, MIS*
Special attemion given to any bos
iness in Kemper
Beat 8hoej at Carte-V.
i
*
/ TIM£ OF TRAINS AT
SCOOBA, MIbS.
North Bound.
No. 2 leaves (daily) 2:42 a ji
No. 4 ** ,u 4:05 iv m
No. 16 “ (w’k days)
mixed 11:50 a. m

South Bounc
No. 1 leaves (daily) 1:2<» a ju.
No. 8 “ “ 12.42 p. m
No. 15 “ (w’k days)
mixed 11:50 a. m
C. S. CLARKE. -
Ctaenl Huuatr. BT. LOU*.
C. M. SHEPARD, JNO. M. BEAU.,
C*aT h*> A**nt. AHlGtairWr Af»t
■OB1LB. ■». L0KW. .

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