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COUNTY NEWS. Coffins and casKets at Duke’s. Miss Willie Lampley is visiting her sister, Mrs. Morrison Mrs. Backus and children are visiting her mother in Hatties burg. Miss Effie Mahan and mother ot Ala. visited the family of Col Webb this week. . Wire nails ot all sizes at T, C. Edwards & Co. Mr. Wallace Aust, of Binnsville was the guest of Mrs. L. N Whit tle this week M iss Mary Hibbler of West Point, M188., will again trim hats in the/millinery department of C. Rosenbaum's store Jin Scooba 1 this winter. Beautiful, stylish hats are being received almost daily. Every body invited to cotnc and Iook at them. Prices to suit all purses. Miss Eloise Perkins Jof Binns viile, is the guest ot Miss Lolita Rosenbaum. Mrs. Knox Stennis and Miss Aline Maury, both ot Wahalak, were Mrs. Rethery’s guests last Saturday Go to T. Edwards & Co. for r esh apples. Mrs* Watts is the guest of her, daughter, Mrs Quarles* Freeh cigars atT. C. Edwards & Co, and a chance to get a phonograph tor the price of only one cigar. The lucky number gets the talking machine which will give you no end of tun* Mi-8 Lucy Ivie of Sheffield, Ala is the guest ot her cousins. Misses Lula and Berta Adams* Fresh cream cheese at T. C. Edwards & Co. Mrs. Carrie Morton returned to her home in Springfield, 111, on the 27th. ult. she was accom panied by her niece; Miss Chris McCaskill, Call at T. C. Edwards & Co* for fresh cheese, cabbage, canu ed goods ot all kinds, chocolate and extracts. Mr. Sam Ashford died Tues day night of heart failure, at his home in Hattiesburg; his re* mains were brougt up Wednes day and buried at old Scooba. Coffins and burial caskets at A. A. Overstreet’s, DeKalb. mi_ . 1. * 1 n . m jlijc uuamcDo uuuacs ui tllt3 following merchants will be closed Thursday, October 2nd, Jewish new year, and Saturdry, Oct- 11th, the day of atonement. Joe Cramer and C. Rosen baum, Scooba. J. Jonas, Sucarnochee. W. Rosenbaum, DeKalb. Call and examine our stock shoes High cut shoes at low -cut prices, T. C. Edwards & Co. Oo to Capt- Jack’s if you Vatit to get goods at actual cost. •Jas. H. Duke has put up a cas^ store next door to uarles. Eresb goods, and a complete stock of everything in the dry , goods and grocery line; hats, shoes and ready made clothing Mr. John T- Pearson is the po lite and ailable salesman- Call on him, he wauts you to drop in and get his prices before ma king your purchases. He Rays he can astonish you with his low prices Call and examine our clothing Suits from $3.50 to $10.00; over coats lrorn $5,00 to $10.00. T. C. Edwards & Co. HIS LIFE*N PERIL i ‘*! just seemed to have gone all to pieces,” writes Alfred Bee, of VVeliare, Texas, ‘fbiliousnese and it lame back had made life a burden 1 couldn’t eat orjsleep and felt almost too worn out to work when I began to use Elec trie Bitters, but they worked wonders, Now I sleep like u top can cut anything, have gained in Btrt ngth and enjoy bard work” They ^ive vigorous health and new life to weak, sickly, run down people Try them, Only 50o af Ward’s drug store Bulbs! Bulbs! i Buy bulbs now ! No Express,! Hyacinths, Tulips, Krcesias, Nar-1 ■ cissus, Sacred Lillies, &c. Leave ] orders with M. E. Ward. ] Jno. K. Laws, Columbus, Miss. 1 Born, on October 7th, to Mr. and J/rs; J. T. Gilbert, ot Shu- j buta, a son. There will be an eclipse of the i moon on the night ot the 16th . inst. It will begin a little alter i ten o’clock, and will be total f about midnight. J.C. Lloyd and daughter, Miss ( Madge Lloyd, are enjoying a * visit to relatives in Kemper.—Me- ^ ridian Press. Mr. Wiley Keene and wife ^ are occupying the Joe Cramer i cottage. Mrs. 01 Aust is visiting her f .1 t A W _ — uaugumr, mrs. warren at ijau- i rel, M'88 Mrs. Senter of St Louis, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Street, several days last week, Mrs Quarles is visiting in At lanta, Ga, Messrs Branning and Clark of Bloomfield, were in Scooba to day marKeting cotton seed. Buy your dry goods and gro ceries at Du Re’s. i " 1 ® ! A CARD OF THANKS. ' Through the pages of The ■1 Herald we wish to extend to physicians and friends our heart ^ felt thanks for their thoughtful kindness in helping us to care tor our brother in his last sickness. We appreciate the kiudness, and pray that God’s richest blessings ruay rest upon each and all. J. L. Parmer and Family. Died—Last Thursday, of ty phoid fever, at the home of his father, near Porterville, Dr. Will J. Parmer. His remains were interred in the Narkeeta Chapel cemetery on Friday, After a hard struggle, and by benying himself all the little i boyhood luxuries, he had fitted, himself, almost entirely by his, own exertions, to fight the battle of life on a high plane. He had graduated in one of the best; medical schools in the South : stood the examination before the State Board, and had commenced the practice of medicine with flattering prospects of a long life of usefulness opening up before J j him. But an all wise, omnipo-: I + f Pt*AtTirl A»^rt/\ L n d a! V. „ _ ____1 _ “ v * v * iuvijvv niiu iru^i nuia i for our young friend, and the brittle cord that bound him to earth was severed. He laid down I his burden in the morning ot life.! It is exceedingly hard, under the ( circumstances, for the sorrowing relatives and friends to bow in submission to the Divine Man date and say, “Thy will be done.” OLD PEOPLE HAVE THEIR TROUBLES. Mr. Francis Little of Benton I Harbor, Mich., is over eighty • yearB of as;e Since 1865 he has been troubled more or less with indigestion and constipation and has tried almost everything in use tor those ailments. Last August he began using Cham berlain’s Stomach aud Liver Tablets and was soon feeling much better. In a recent letter he says, “I have used three boxes of the Tablets and now tniuk I am well.” These Tablets im prove the appetite and invigorate the stomach, liver and bowels. For sale by Ward, the druggist.^ OUT OF DEATH’S JAWS. I,vhen death seemed very near from a severy stomach aud liver trouble that I had suffered with for years,” writes P. Muse, Dur ham, N. C.,“Dr. King’s ]Sew Life Pil|8 saved my life and gave per ; feet health.” Best pills on earth ! and only 25c at Ward’s drug store — I One Minute Gough Cure For Coughs, Colds aiid Croup, i —■ .■■■—■ ■ 'I' Friday’s Truck-ltaising Meeting. Mr Geo. tt. Keill ot Frnitdale^ Mu., cave the membership ot the vemper Trucking Association a ilain, practical talk on fruit and vegetable culture lust Friday. After riding over and inspect. >ur sandy ridges about Scooba, le said we had the land and the ocation and all that was needed vas co-operation—a united effort —and we would surely succeed n making the business pay hand omely. Mr. Kcill will be with us again in the 1 4th to give usjhis assist- : incc in perfecting our organiza- ' ion. With the railroad giving us its incooragement and assistance j here ought to be no such thing ! is tail. By all working together j here is no reason why Scooba 1 hnnlrl not. ho mio t.’ho errootoat I C7 rucking stations on the road. Ml we require is a united and ntelligent effort. L. A. JACK &. CO. will open ip a General Mercantile Business it Wahalak, November 1st, and ;herefore offer their entire Stock >t Goods in the Capt. A. M. VIoore Store at Scooba, Miss., tor 15 days at cost for cash. Our Jost Mark is— “WETRUSGOD Z.” A party at the residence of Mr. Jno. Howell Tuesday even ng, given in houor of Miss Lucy tvie, of Sheffield, Ala., is enthu siastically pronounced by the Scooba young people one of the most enjoyable social events of the year. A large number of lovely belles and gallant beaux were assembled on this happy occasion, and spent the time most delightfully playing games, listening to the strains of sweet music, &c. Invitations to this home are always looked forward to with pleasurable anticipations and accepted with eagerness, for that popular couple, Mr, and Mrs. Howell, are truly admira ble in the role of host and host ess. Miss Evelyn Bannerman has the sympathy ^ot her triends in the misfortune that befell her last week; she shipped down and hurt her ankle so badly that it will be some weeks before she recovers from the eftcts of her injury. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lavender, of Binnsville, spent Tuesday in Scooba. DO GOOD—IT PAYS. A Chicago man has observed that “Good deeds are better than real estate deeds—some of the latter are worthless. Act kindly and gently, show sympathy and lend a helping hand. You can not possibly lose by it.” Most men appreciate a kind word and encouragement more than sub stantial help* There are persons in this community who might truthfully say; “My good friend, cheer up. A few doses of Cham berlain’s Cough Remedy will rid you of your cold, and there is no danger whatever from pneumo nia when you use that medicine. It always cures. I know it for it has helped me out man) a time.” Sold by Ward, the drug gist. Geueral merchandise, farming implements and plantation sup plies tor sale cheap at Duke’s. Dry goods, agricultural im plements and general plantation supplies for sale at mosft reason able figures at Duke’s. The bc4t' physic—Chamber lain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets Easy to takel Pleasant in eftect. For sale by ^Vardjthe druggist. / T. C. EDWARDS, J. E FLOORE, . F. HORGAN, of of of 8HUQUALAK, MI88. 8HUQUALAK, MISS. BHUQUALAK, MISS. • ; i.' i T. C. EDWARDS £ GO., Scooba, - - - Miss. (Strictly a casu house and prices marked in plain figures.} .DEALERS IN. * Dry Goods, Groceries; Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Hardware, Crockery, Tin ware. Furniture. Saddlery, AND EVERYTHING NEEDED IN GENERAL TRADE. i Call to see us and get our prices before buying elsewhere. ___I I Scooba High School! SCOOBA, MISSISSIPPI. Sixth Annual Session opens September 11th, 1902, with a lull corps of teachers. Students can enter at any time and be properly classed. Board in good families at $8.00 per month. Pupils from Kemper County, by getting transfer from trustees of home school, will have their tuition credited by their pro rata of public school fund, F. M. STREET. -----_-I —: COOPER INSTITUTE Daleville, Miss. Where are you intending to go to school this tall ? Will a good faculty, moral surroundings, a practical course of study and a healthy location have anything to do with yourj decision? "We have three university trained men connected with our* faculty. We expect Cooper Institute to return to its pristine glory and to its former sphere ol usefulness. No high school in the State can boast ot as many noble sons. Send lor catalogue. W. W. MOORE, Ip. . , W. M. SANDERS. / 1 nnc,Pal8’ A, GRESSETT, President. W, C. GRESSETT, Vice President, Established 1880, J B. GRESSETT, 8ecsetart and Treasurer. Incorporated THE A. GRESSETT MUSIC HOUSE THE OLDEST AND LARGEST DEALERS IN Pianos and Organs in the State Conover, Schubert and — A Specialty of Chicago Kingsbury PIANOS. : : Cottage ORGANS. -0 The A. Gressett Music House ! The oldest and largest music house in in the State. We sell more Pianos and Organs than all other music houses in East Mississippi. We are the only music house in the State that pays cash for Pianos and Organs, and the only House that discouuts at least two ’ thirds of its paper. IQT Pianos and Organs cheap For Cash, or on Easy Installments A. Gressett Music House, 2322 FRONT STREET, Meridian, Miss. I . ___ PAHLI1H £ ORENSORFF COMPAWY, ST. LOUIS, MO., and NASHVILLE, - - - - TENN. i | ..MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF. The “P. & O. Canton Line” Agricultural Implements. Harrows, Cultivators, Middle Breakers, Cotton and Corn Planters, Steel Plows, Rakes, Wagons, Ac., Ac., Ac. —. v . * • » ' . I FOR SALE BY W. 0. McNEIL, Agent, Binnsville, Miss. ' FOR SALE- ' 5 niulea—3 well broke, bavins: ^ plowed five and six seasons—2 young and unbroke, borne raised , one 5 year old stallion; home bred, saddles and works kindly; i ill the above animals in good condition. I otter tor sale bo* L*an9e they arc enrplns and not needed. For prices, terms &c. ipply to John T. Bryan, Giles. BINNSVILLE. Mrs. McNeill and Miss Sallie Daniel spent several days in Meridian last week. Rev. Mr. Farish of Meridian, will preach in the Baptist Church next Saturday and Sunday. Prof. D. P. Owen opened School last week with very flat tering prospects. Mr. Tom Aust is still quite sick Miss Sallie Owen will com mence teaching at Paulette in Noxubee couuty, next week. DEKALB. TT art «*ir n.,ii., w— 30unty, was visiting relatives in and around town Sunday and Monday Presbytery commences at tne presbytenan church to night, Thursday, and will be in session the balance ot the week. Mrs. H. O Jackson of Peden, has been quite sick the past few days; she is irnpoving at the last account. Ed Nave, a colored citizen of North east beat, holds tax re ceipt number one, he being the first mau to pay his tax durin g the fiscal year of 1902 and 1903. Mr. Hull has opened the tax books and is ready at the sam e old stand to take in the money. Mr. W. L* Aust ot Binnsville, and Miss Sarah Turrentine ot Gadsden, Ala. were married at the residence ot Mr. Tyree Aust Wednesday evening. Prospective candidates were feeling the pulse of the dear peo ple last Monday* Hon. N. M. Pace ot Calvert, was in DeKalb Monday. He is thinking seriously ot enteriug the race for circuit clerk. Mr. Pace is well and favorably known in every sectiou of the county. XX. IN MEMORY OF MRS. BECKIE BUTTON t Who departed this life Sept. 28th, 1892 | She was born on Jan. 25th, 11872. She was 30 years of age, 8 months and 3 days. She was married to Louis Sutton Jan. 28, 1892. Her remains were brought to the Binnsville cemetery from Memphis, Tenn. She was sick but a short while. God thought it, hest. t.hnt. hVia Ka Kr»rr>A uvvnv I on snowy wings beyond the skies ! to her eternal home. Beckie was a delicate woman. She bore her pain and suffered without a mur mur. All who knew her loved her. She was a member ot the Methodist Church, and she lived a Chistian life. Oh, how she will be missed by her husband and friends! But God knew best. The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken awaj; blessed be the name ot the Lord. Oh ! as we gazed but a mo ment upon the sweet face that would soon be out ot sight, we J could not weep, for God knew 1 best and called her to rest. Bless thou us, Lord, in Thy Jiingdom Above whence Thy grace so freely iB given. So long have we journeyed together on earth, recieve us together in lieaven. , A Friend, A. E. Al LINGERING SUMMER COLDS^i Don’t let a cold ruu at tnfs time. Summer colds are the hardest kind to, and it neglected will linger along tor months, A long seige like this will pull down the strongest constitution. Ohe Minute Cough Cure will break up the attack at once. Sate, 6ure, acts at once. Cures coughs, Croup, brouchitis, all throat and, Luug troubles. The children like it. Sold bv M. E. Ward. * DeWItt’s Salve For Piles, Burns, Soros.