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I THE KEMPER HERALD.
jf Old Series, VOL. XXVIII. New Series, VOL. XV. SCOOIJA, MISS., THURSDAY, OCTORKR 23, 1902. 8 JrHE HERALD | Mies Brinkley Vinscn, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER SCOOBA MI88 i Announcements, j For Congress—5tu District. | ADAM M. BYRD. | i There are 17,000,000 school | 'Children in the United States. i A gigantic meut trust, capi- | talized away up in the millions, ! has been formed. j -* ♦ - i Commodore Schley was wined, dined and feted in Dallas, Texas, ; Saturday, Sunday and Monday. ‘ I James Younger, a member of j the netorious Jesse James gang1 of desperadoes, committed sui ciue last r rmay uy sending a bullet through his brain. The dignified, courteous and gentlemanly behavior of John Mitchell is in vivid contrast with , the noise and swagger of George | F. Baer—Commercial Appeal. «-■ -r -r r The great coal strike has been declared ofi and the men will r commence mining coal today, Thursday, after being out over live months. The President has i appointed an arbitration com n mittee to adjust the differences \ between the miners and the operators, which committee will I meet in Washington Friday. Jim Buchanan (col.) of Nac odoches, Tex., was tried by a regular court and jury last Thurs day, sentenced to be hung, and was hung by the sheriff on the same day of the trial. lie was guilty of the same' old brutal crime with all of its horrible de tails, murder included. He waived the usual respite of 30 days, and the sheriff hurriedly erected a scaffold and railroaded i him into eternity. -» « John Mitchel, president of the strikiug minors, is only thir ty tour years ot age, he has been working in the coal mines since, be was ten years old. He is evi dently a born leader of men and towers, intellectually and moral ly, away above his opponents, t the millionaire mine owners i He deported himself like a pol ! ished gentleman all the time during the long)dravvn out strug gle between capital and labor i which has been fought to a fin • L • a. I i • . n iou iij tuc v;uai re^iuuo ui x eiiii sylvania, while on the other hand, the operators plajed the role of common scolds, called 7 the miners and their great lead er names, really acted silly i| America’s Famous Beauties I Look with horror on Skin Eruptions, It. Blotches, 8oree, Pimples. They don’t have them, nor will any one who uses \ Bucklen’s Arnica Salve. It glorifies the K face. Eczema or Salt Rheum vanish ft before it. It cures sore lips, chapped hand*, chilblains. Infallible for Piles , »> 25c at Ward’s drag store. --- ; n I TAKE CARE OF THE STOMACH. The man or woman whose digestion I is perfect and whose stomach performs ite every function is never sick. Kodol c'eanees, purifies and sweetens the stomach, and cures positively and per manently all stomach troubles, dyspep si* and indigestion. It is the wonderful reconstructive- tonic that is making so many sick people well aud weak people strong by conveying to their bodies all '1 of the nourishment in the food they eat. I Rev. J. H. Holladay, of Holladay, Miss, writes : K .dol has cured me. I consider it the beat remedy I ever used for dyspepsia and stomach troubles. I was given up by physicians. Kodol saved my life. Take it atter meals- For sale by M. E. Ward, Druggist [9 I A member of the legislature writing to the Kemper Herald in apposition to the amendment to BDolish the special sessions ot the legislature speaks ot the last session as a “mob gathering,” intent not upon legislating tor the best interests ot the state, but desiring only to loot the treasury ot the people and raise the salary ot every man connected with the state administration. This is the first whimp ot the populistic sentiment that once near ruined Mississippi we have heard in some time, and let us hope that in the legislature to succeed this one, there will not be one who will characterize that body ot brainy, patriotic men as a “mob ot looters.” The terrific pace the state has set in industrial and and educational matters must not be threatened again by these adherents ot public parsimony.— Meridian Star. The above rather vicious fling from the Meridian Star, would lead outsiders to believe that Kemper honored a populitc by sending one to represent our county in the legislature Mr. St ontlia limit AH A t' t L A a nfi/lln in question; belongs to the young democracy ot Kemper and has never been anything, politically, but a straight laced democrat. He is a farmer and has been in the habit of making his money by the sweat ot his face and he knows just how dollars are earn cd, and beiug a thrifty man, he dislikes very much to see mon ey spent without getting value received for it* Mr. Stennis don’t stand alone in denouuceing the extravagance ot the late legisla ture; our other member, Mr. Pace, and our senator, Mr. Key, disapproved ot the reckless and extravagant appropriations of our late legislature, and they also are democrats of the “straiifhtest sect; ” in fact, if we remember correctly a howl of disapproval, similar to the “whimper” of Mr. Stennis, went up from all over the state, against the extaavagant appro priations of our late Solons. 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 ot your cold, and there is no danger whatever from pneumo nia when you use that medicine. It always cures. I kuow it tor it has helped me out man} a time.” Sold by Ward, the drug gist. RAN A TEN PENNY NAIL T*IRO’ HIS HAND. \ While opening a box, J. C. Mount of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten pen! ny nail through tne fleshy part oi bis hand. "I thought at once of all the pain and soreness this would cause me,’’ he says, ’‘and immediately applied Chamberlain’s Pain Balm and occasion* ally afterwards. To my surprise it re* moved all.< pain and soreness and the injured parts were soon healed. For sale by M. E. Ward, Druggist. FOR SALE Poland China Pigs; 3 months old—Price $10 a pair or 6 for a single pig. Delivered at depot E. M. Clark, Seooba, Afiss. Capt. Jack is selling goods for cost.—Bring the money and yon ehant go away without the goods you want. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure k Digests what you eat. For sale by Ward. T. J. BOSTICK. E. E. BOSTICK. W. L. BOSTICK T. J. Bostick & Sons MERIDIAN, - - - MISSISSIPPI, .MANUFACTURERS OF. —Yellow Pine Lumber— -U Yellow Pine Doors Tiieir Specialty'. Car Load Orders Solicited. Carry in Stock All Kinds ot Rough and Dressed Lumber— Flooring, Ceiling, Moulding, Blinds', Doors, Brackets, Sash, &c., <tc HENRY FOR AUDITOR. Is Not Likely He Will Have Auy Opposition. Among the men who are prora ; inently mentioned as candidates i tor state offices tor the next terra none are attracting more atten tion than T. M. Henry, foraudi j tor of public accounts. I This is nothing but right, for I there is not a man in the state better fitted to attend to the ! duties ot the office than Mr | Henry, and his ability is so gen j erally recognized and his per ! sonal popularity so extended that it is not likely he wdl have any I opposition at the end ot the race. Mr. Henry has been connected j with tne office lor fifteen years, j or more, entering as bookkeeper j uuder Auditor Gwin, and has tor ! the past eight years been deputy ' auditor. As a result ot long ! experience he is perfectly lamil iat with all the details of the office, and if elected he will make one of the best auditors the state ! evea had.—Carrollton Conserva tive. Fruit Tress, Roses, and Ornamental Shrubs! .0. GOOD STOCK. REASONABLE PRICES. FREE FREIGHT. Write foa Descriptive Catalogue before buying. NeW South Nurseries» Near Meridian. B. J. STINSON, Prop. P. O. Stinson, Miss. D. D. MORRISON, Local Agent. SHERIFF’S SALE! The State of Mississippi, 1 County of Kemper, j Officers of Court V8 8. R. Hamlet, Principal, i C. K. Hamlet and W. J. McDade, Trustees. Judgment March, 7th, 1902, lor $32.50. By virtue of an execution in my hands, issued by the Clerk ot the Circuit Court of Kemper county, Mississippi, I will otter tor sale, at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder lor cash, at the north door ot the court house, in tbe town ot DeKalb, on the First Monday ot Novem ber 1902, between the hours of 11 o’clock and 4 o’clock ot said day, the following described lands, levied on as the property ot S. li. Hamlet, to wit: traction sw sw qr., 30 acres, tractiou nw sw qr.. 3 acres, section 4, township 9, rauge 18, in Kemper county, Miss., to satisly said execution and costs. This the 6th day of Oct., 1902. C, H. Hull, Sheritt. FOR SA'LE One McCormick second hand Mower and liake, apply to Joe Cramer. STRIKES. Never in the history of the country have we had as many striKes as within the past year; and instead ot diminishing, they j are constantly increasing. Many strikes are unjustifiable, but there is generally good rea son tor them—poor wages, long hours, or violation ot contract. The strikes this year are, in the opinion ot the Clarion-Led ger, the outcome, the direct re sult, ot the so called “Republi can prosperity,” brought about by the action of the trusts, the fostered, institutions ot the Re publican party, which have in creased the price ot living almost an hundred per cent. The miners in the anthracite coal region get little better wages I than they did when thepurchas i inct nnwt>r t.ViP O L as great as now ; aud so with j other strikers. The trusts, that! the administration is incompe-j Itent to deal with, and which the, Republican paitv is afraid of, i have made the price of living so! great, and at the same time thrown so many laboring men ! out ot work, that the wage earn-! ers feel that in striking they are but carrying out the scriptural j injunction “that the laborer is worthy ot his hire,” and that in i demanding better wages they are! simply putting into practice an-j other truism, that “self preserva-1 tion is the first 'law ot nature.'’I The Republican party and the trusts are responsible tor the strikes, because they have brought about what is falsely denominated “Republican pros perity,” and the party in power cannot run away from the re sponsibility. It is a piosperity for the trusts, combines and millionaires, but death to the consumers, the peo ple who “earn their bread by the sweat ot tueir face.”—Clarion Ledger. American Bankers Association Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Nov. 11th to 13th, .And. Annual Meeting, Daughters ot the Confederacy New Orleans, Nov. 11th to 15th. For these occasions the Mobile & Ohio R. R. will make rate ot ONE FARE tor the Round Trip from all points, selling tickets Nov. 8,*9 and 10, limited tor re turn ten uays. Apply, to your home ayent tor rmrticiilura or i write Jno. M. Beall, A. G. P. A. St. Louis, Mo. CITATION NOTICE! The State of Mississippi,! County of Kemper. J To The Unknown Heirs of A. P. Felts, Deceased : You are oommanded to ap pear before*the Chancery Court of the county of Kemper in said State on the 4th Monday of No vember A. D., 1902, to show cause, it auy you cau, why the final account of A. J. Keen, ad ministrator of the estate of A. P. Felts, deceased, should not be: allowed. I. This 8th day of October A. D. , 1902. Sam O. Bell, !' Chancery Clerk. General merchandise, farming j implements and plantation sup plies for sale cheap at Duke’s. % FARM FOR SALE! A Sandy Land Bottom Farm that doesn’t overflow ; 70 acres cleared and fenced; a comforta ble, above-an-average country residence, two tenant houses ; barn, stable, and other necessary out houses ; well watered. This farm is situated three miles south of Oak Grove and ten miles from Lauderdale Station. Terms easy. Apply to W. W. Moore, Daleville, Miss. BEWARE OF THE KNIFE. No profession has advanced more rapidly of late than surgery, but it should not be used except where ab solutely necessary. In cases of piles for example, it is seldom needed. De Witt ft W itch Hazel 8alve caret quickly and permanently. Unequalled for cuts burns, bihises, wounds, skin diseases. Accept no counterfeits. ;‘I was so troubled 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.’ 8aothes and heals. For sale by M. K Ward, the druggist. Fine Line of Summer and Fall Goods at Duke’s FRUIT TREES. . All persons interested in fruit growing are requested to call at ray place (the old Moseley or Sanders place) 2 miles west of Scooba, and examine my orchard and trees. I represent G. H. Miller, of Rome, Ga., have sold their trees for six years to the same trade. Thus it is very clear that I have sold good trees. Let me have your order when in want. E. W, Stevenson. Scooba, Miss. THE LEE HOUSE SCOOBA, MISSISSIPPI. One of the cleanest, coolest and most comfortable hotels on the M. k O. Good tare, fresh, well cared for rooms. Polite service. Porter meets all trains. C. A. Bannerman, Proprietor Go to Capt- Jack’s if you want to get goods at actual cost. J. E. Tinsley, DENTAL Z> URGEOA SCOOBA, MISS. Offers his professional services to the people of Kemper County. All kinds of dental work done neatly and prompt ly. Satisfaction guaranteed NOTICE. The tall examination will be 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 26 and 27, Oct. 24 and 25. We insist that all who intend taking these examinations be on band at 8 o’clock. It is best tor any oue belore taking an examination to have had a good nights rest be fore, that the miud may be clear to act, to do this it is best for those who live any distance from the place ot holding to go the day before. Be sure to be there at 8 o clock. II C. Jackson, Supt. Misses Mamie Watkins and May Kush Examiners. DR. BUNC’S TRY NEW discovery FOR THAT COLD. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. 3ures Consumption,Coughs, 3olds, Bronchitis, Asthma, Pneumonia,Hay Fever,Pleu 'isy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, Sore Throat, Croup and Whooping Cough. NO CUBE. NO PAY. *Hc« 50c. tt* S1 ■ TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. > «0E8 LIKE IIOT CAKES. “The fastest selling article I ' have in my store,” writes drug gist C. T. Smith, ot Davi«, Ky., “is Dr King’s New Discover tor Consumption, Coughs and Colds because it always cures. In my six years ot sales it has never tailed I have known it to save sufferers from Throat and Long diseases, who could get no help from doctors or any other rem edy” Mothers rely on it, best physicians prescribe it, and Ward the druggist, guarantees satis faction or refunds the price Trial bottles free, Regular sizes 50c and $1 Neville | and Wilbourn, i.TT0EN2YS AT LAW, Hamm Bcildikq. Meridian. - - Miss. Branch office in Sconba, Mie:*. A member of the firm will be in Sc< a every Satur Jay. ON EVER t SACK IT QOE6 ONE-THIRD FARTHER THAN CORN AND OATa Corn and Oats tligr. TRY \ d king BEST FfcES FOR Horses msxd Cows. _ _____ _i PU INA For Hard Wotk. . THE FEED THAT SAVES MONEY OVER CORNAQ^TC. PURINA I DONKEY ON EVERY 8ACK. KEEPS MULES UP FEED ILLS DOWN W TRTMTI PURINA is only Sold In Sacks like this the feel that keeps Mnles up and feed bids i down. I