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The Kemper Herald
THE CHURCHES. Presbyterian—Services on 1st and 3 re Sundays In eucli month ut 11 n. nt. and 7 p nt. Pulpit unfilled-. Sabbath School at 9:30 a. m.; J. W. Carter Superintendent. Methodist—Services on, 2nd Sunday ir each mqiith nt ,11 n. in. and 7 p. in. H. B Perrltt, Pastor. Sabbath School r.t 9:30 a. m,; B. R. Kuyk endall. Superintendent. Baptist—Services on 4tli Sunday In each month at 11 a.m. and 7 p. m. Jesse R. Buck Pastor. Secret and Fraternal. JefTcrson Bodge No. 140, A. F. & A. M. meets Thursday night on or before the first full moon In each month at 7 o'clock. M. K. Ward, Secretary. Scooba Bod If e No. 156, K. of P., meets the 1st and 2nd Monday nights 111 caclij month, nt 7 o'clock. H. W. Renchbr. O. O. A. A. IlAMMACk, K. R. H. Scooba Camp No. 74, W. O. W., meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights in each month, nt 7 o'clock. O. T. Douobass, O. O. J. W. Carter, Clerk. Scoolxi Bodge No.2,435, K.of H„ meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday nights of each month, nt 8 o ckak. w mcD. Moore, Reporter. TOWN AND COUNTY. Election today, for magistrate and constable. FREE TUITION TO ALL in Harris’ Business College, Jackson, Miss. Sheriff A. B. Tartt was in town Tuescay, en route to Meridian. Tom Lainon now has fresh meats on hand pretty much all the time. Miss Mary Kennon and little niece, Olga Redditt, are enjoying a visit to Meridian. The Chafing-dish Club will meet with Mrs. R. M. Quarles next Sat urday evening. If any of vour “weemin-folks” de sire a nice Spring hat, they can get it right now at Rosenbaum’s. We will sell a scholarship in the Georgia-Alabama Business College, at Macon, Ga., cheap for cash. Timber Wanted aDd Lumber for Sale at the mill of J. C. Johnson, Scooba, Mise. A. A. Hammack has Coffins, Cas kets, and a general supply of Un dertaker’s Goods, at lowest prices. We regret to note that Mrs. D. B. Evans is not at all well, and trust her indisposition mav prove but temporary. We acknowledge receipt of $1.00, for one year’s subscription to the Kemper Herald, from Cap Thom as, at Laurel. Many thanks. Hon. Sam O. Bell and Mr. A. A. ^ , i r tx _ lr . n. .. i i ,1 .. i-l. „ V* CinilCCI, Ul X/CiAXWiU, meeting of the stockholders of the Bank of Kemper on Tuesday. When your poor old horse’s hair turns the wrong way and he fails to eat his feed, try a package of Inter national Condition Powders. Sold by Ward, the druggist. Don’t forget the Easter Egg Hunt at the Presbyterian manse on Friday afternoon of next week. Let the little folks go, and go yourself, if possible. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McHenry left last evening for Memphis, Tenn., where they will spend a week or two, and then go to Clarksdale for an indefinite sojourn. Mrs. R. M. Quarles returned last Thursday from a month’s sojourn among relatives and friends in Me ridian and Laurel—and Rufe’s smile is more genial than ever. The Prudential Insurance Co. has an opening for a good man in this \ section on a salary or commission, '^pply to J. W. Rush, Mgr., Hattiesburg, Hiss. Elsewhere will be found a notice from Sheriff A. B. Tartt to parties with whom back-tax matters have not been adjusted. If you’re on the "anxious bench”, read the notice. A full line of plows are now car ried in stock by W. H. Stuart & Co. The celebrated Moline Planter, han dled by them, has been used in this section for years and found to just "fill the bill.” Call and see them. At Duke’s Cheap Cash Store they have just received an elegant line of Ladies’ Spring Dress Goods, and some ready-to-wear Shirt Waists which, for the price, cannot be ex celled anywhere. The many friends of Mrs. Alice Stewart, are much gratified to see her up and about again, though she has to use a cane. We trust, the ne cessity for the use of the latter arti f cle will prove but temporary. A large supply of up-to-date dress and ready-to-wear hats—the latest Spring designs—have just been re ceived in the millinery department of the big Rosenbaum store. Now is the time to call—before the stock has been picked over. We regret to note that Mrs. A. P. Overstreet, of DeKalb, is quite fee ble. This dear old lady ha,s passed by several years the threesqore-and ten mark in life’s journey; we trust a kind Heavenly Father will spare her to her family and friends for many years to come. A Dandy for Burns. Dr. Bergfo, Pans, 111., writes : “I have used Ballard’s Snow Liniment; always recommended it to my friends, as I am confident there is no better made. 'It is a dandy for burns.’ Those who live on farms are especially liable to many accidental cuts, burns, braises, which heal rapidly when Ballard’s Snow Lini ment is applied. It should always be kept in tilBfcouae for cases of emergen cy.” 2Jc.,Vf and $1.00, at Ward’s. ' Mr. H. M. Duke, accompanied by Drs. W. E. Pearson and J. B. Moo ney, went to Meridian on Sunday last, where Dr. Turner performed a second operation on Mr. Duke. An incision was made just below the former one and a piece of one of the ribs removed, as were the ends of others which had become affected. The patient stood the operat ion well and there is now every reason to expect his ultimate recovery. He will remain in Meridian indefinitely. Joyous, Throbbing Life, offered to the chronic invalid would be regarded wi*h distrust ! . Long suffering leaves the patient hopeless—he believes no more in any cure. Brown’s Iron Bitters point a way to relief and hea'th. Mrs Rosa Reecher, Tea Brook, Tenn., writes; “After treat ing with a physician lor eight years, 1 commeuced taking Brown’s Iron Bitters, with the result that I am entirely cured. It is iha best remedy I hnve ever taken and I wish every woman Buff ring as I d d could know its value.” Bold by' M. E. Ward, druggist, Scooba. Wanted.—Trustworthy mail or woman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory for well established house of solid finan cial standing. $20.00 straight cash salary with all necessary expenses paid weekly by check from head quarters. Money advanced for ex penses. Position permanent; previ ous experience not essential. No in erything. Enclose self-addressed en velope. Address Manager, 810 Co mo Block, Chicago, 111. Some of the ladies of the Metho dist Church are out most every day offering household necessaries for sale, the object being to swell (he fund to be used for the erection of a parsonage at this place. Help them along, if you can; the object is a good one, and they are laboring hard for its accomplishment. A Daredevil Ride often ends in a ead accident. To heal accidental injuries use Bucklen’e Arnica Salve. “A deep wound in raj foof, from an accident,” writes Theodore Schuele, of Columbus, O., “caused me great pain Physicians were helphss, but P.ucklen’s Arnica Salve quickly healed it ” Soothes and heals burns like mavic. 25c. at M. E Ware’s, druggist, Scooba. A very nice job of guttering has been done from in front of Dr. J. E. Tinsley’s residence to the McCalebb House property. The old town do move—but mighty slow, gentlemen; mighty slow! A car-load of celebrated “Sylph” Flour just received at Jas. H. Duke’s. Can Not Do Without It. M.s. J- B. Trunk, of North Birming ham, Ala., writes: “I have used the 20 b Century Hair Tonic for the last three years, snd am perfectly delighted with what it has done for me It is far supe rior to any hair preparation I have ever used. It has restoied my gray hair to its natural color, stopped it frum falling out, and I have not been troubled with dandruff since I began its use. I find it an elegant hair dressing, as it imparts to the hair an attractive appearance. I simply can not do without, it on my'toi let table,” For sale by all druggists. What Magnificent Nerve I Somebody has said “Peace hath her victories no less renowned than war,” or words ro that effect, and the quotation occurred to us the other clay when considering the won derful nerve displayed by our young friend Mr. Walter Carter in storm ing and forcing, single-handed and alone, the citadel of the Chahng dish Club, last Saturday evening. It is to be hoped, now that Mr. Garter has “broken the ice,” that some of the rest of the “bachelor buttons” may be allowed to drift into the garden. Health Too Valuable. A bad C">ugb ia not only wearing and irr ta.ing to the lungs, but will produce ii flamination, which leads to serious lung troubles. Every consumptive can look b8ck to the time when the cough which produced the disease might have been easily cured. Health is too valua* ble to tr fle with so serious a complaint when a remedy like Dr. Clasee’s Cough Syrup may be obtained, which will stop the cough and relieve the throat and lungs of ail irritation. Sold by Duke. Stockholders’ Meeting. The stockholders of the Bank of Kemper held'an enthusiastic meet ing at the bank building, in Scooba, Tuesday morning, the great major ity of the holders being present. The report of the bank officials showed a net profit, during the ten months (to April 1st) that the bank has been doing business, of some thing over 8 per cent. This was very gratifying to the stockholders, and by a unanimous vote it was dectded to place the past year’s earnings in a surplus fund. Of the old directorate Messrs. G. G. Wade and W. P. Holland, of Clarksdale, were dropped, and the number increased from nine to elev en. It is composed of Messrs. Jas. H. Duke, M. E. Ward, Joe Cramer, W. T. Barnes, John T. Moseley, R. M. Quarles and B. R. Kuykendall, of Scooba, S. S. Neville, of Giles, C. Rosenbaum, Sam O. Bell and A. A. Overstreet, of DeKalb. At a meeting of the Directors held later, the officials who had served during the past ten months were re elected, viz: Joe Cramer, President; M. E. Ward, Vice-president, and B. R. Kuykendall, Cashier. And as a mark of appreciation of the valuable services rendered, a handsome pres ent was voted the president, who had given his time and attention to the affairs of the bank without any stipulated salary. The Right Name Is DeWltt. DeWitt’s Witch Hazd Salve cools, soothes and heals cuts, burns, boils, bruises, piles and all akin diseases. K. E 55 ckcfoose, Adolpb, W. Va., saya: “My little daughter had white welling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her ieg. DeWitt’s Witch Hezel Salve cured her.” It is the most wonderful healing salve in the world. Beware of counterfeits. Sold by Ward. Club Meetings of April. The members of the 20th Century Book Club were the ljonorees of an enjoyable affair on Friday evening, April 7th, at the home of Mrs. Rich burg. With the absence of two, the members were all present. Tennyson’s “In Memoriam” was again brought up on program for the evening’s literary catchings, but it proved to be but lost air, as the reading committee did not respond. An Idea of vacation, or a retreat from literary work, had crept in, consequently tines were made ad justable. The business hour c osed, being converted into a social realm of hap py-hearted guests, and contagious laughter intermingled with inspir ing music. Misses Lottie Pankey and Pearl Richburg presided at the piano, and the music was impres sively sweet to music lovers. A treat of refreshments came at the usual hour. The guests left loud in praise to Mrs. Richburg, who was the hostess. The Chafing-dish Club met at 3 o’cloek Saturday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Walls, with all of the members present, and additional guests. Several hours were enthu siastically spent in “progressive flinch.” The charm of our Club is at the era of blossom, however; we can no longer adorn the name Of “a garden of flowers” for the bachelor buttons by acres are “hedging in”, and Mr. Walter Carter was the first to make appearance. The 6 o’clock luncheon was a rare treat, and to be of long remem brance. The delighted guests ten dered much praise to Mrs. Walls, who was the hostess of the occa sion. Club Editress. Forget About Your Stomach. If your digestion is bad, the vital or gans of your body are not fed and nc ur ished as they should be. They grow weak and invite disease. Kodol Dyspep sia Cure digests what you eat, cures in digestion and all stomach troubles.— You forget you have a stomach from the verv dav -soil begin taking it. This is because it gets a rest—recuperates and gradually grows so strong and heabby that it troubles you no more. E. L. Babcock, Amherst, Minn., says: “I have taken a great many rt medies for indigestion, but, have found nothing to equal Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.” Kodol digests what you eat, cures indigestion, dyspepsia,sour stomach,belchiDg, heart burn and all Btomacb troubles. Its preparation is the resnlt of many years of research. Sold by M. E. Ward. Necrological. At Snoody, on Wednesday of last week, Mrs. Jane Gully, relic of the late Samuel Gully, died after a lin gering illness and at a ripe old age. She was a good woman, one of those with whom mere association is a benison, and the influence of her gentle spirit will long be felt in the community where for so many years she made hec home. To the many mourning relatives and friends, we extend our tenderest sympathy. At his home in DeKalb, on Friday last, Mr. William K. Stennis, having j “fought the good fight.” laid down the cross to take up the crow'll. De ceased W'as prominent in county af fairs, and w'as highly regarded by all classes of our citizens. His death is to be greatly deplored. NOTICE! To the Citizens of Scooba Special School District, and especially those who feel an interest in the cause of education: You are requested to meet in the rear room of the Bank of Kemper, on Monday, the 17th day of April, 1905, at 4 o’clock p. rn., to discuss the question of employing teachers for the term of 1905-06; also, for the nnhnilflinfr flrlvannpmpnf', nf mir school, and required improvements on the school building; and also, as to the beautifying of the grounds thereabouts. A. A. Hammack, Clerk Board of Trustees. Neglected Cold. Nearly every case of consumption is caused from neglected cold. Trying to wear out a cough has not only been a costly experiment, bat a sad mistake to many. A reliable remedy for coughs and colds like Dr. Classe’s Cough Syrup should be used when the cough first makes its appearance. It will ward off: all danger from Berious lung trouble. Sold py James H. Duke, Scooba. 1 --- | Jimmie Carter came over from the A. & M. at Starkville, Friday, re turning Sunday evening. Jim still thinks no song’s so sweet to mortal ear as “Home, Sweet Home.” To AH Parties Due Back Taxes Whose Cases Have Not Been Adjusted: The State Revenue Agent will have his Deputy in DeKalb, for the purpose of adjusting Back Tax Assessments, on Thurs day, April 27th, 1905. He desires to have all persons assessed meet his Deputy then, as another trip will be.impracticable. In order to facilitate the work of adjustment,it is necessary that they be thoroughly familiar with their assessments. Supervisors’ Allowances. Ar the April meeting of the Board of Supervisors, the following ac counts were allowed and ordered paid: G. D. Barnard A Co., assessment book ISO 00 A. B. Tnrtt, summons to Jnrors, etc. 83 50 “ In cases where State failed 60 00 J. H. Adcock, ex-officio services 210 00 I. M. Thompson, postage and sulury 07 83 Kemper Herald, publishing delinqent poll tux list 2500 Dorsey Printing Co., one gross pencils 1 25 J. M. Olurk, repairing road 2 60 Walker, JO vans A Cogswell, blanks for Circuit Clerk 4 71 G. M. Alexander, feeding prisoners 6880 J. M. Nestor, feeding paupers 83 20 Cynthia Jack, attending to paupers ■ 0 00 Lew is Mr lladc, repairs to bridge 10 00 A. A. Overstreet, merchandise furnish ed jail and court house 208 James McArthur, lumber and nails 2 20 Walter Barlleld. building bridge 108 60 Hall Hudnnll, special work on road 1 00 J. F. Peel, repairing Hopper bridge 20 00 O. B. Me Dade, repairs on bridge 17 00 O, A. McDade, cutting trees out road 1 60 Jimmie Harrison,special work on road 7 611 J. 1C. Stuart and Geo. Fuller, allowed $1 each, pressing stray mule 200 J. K. Clark, special work on road 8 00 R. J. McLellund, refunded road tax 8 00 T. A. Raney, causeway timber SCO G. J.Webb,special roadwork Blst.No.l 500 " “ " “ No. 2 7 00 A. A. Overstreet, stationery for court and officers 180 Frank Grace, special work on road 4 25 J.L. Harbour,two days laying out now road 4 (X) J. L. Harbour, road commissioner 12 00 N. G. Briggs, two days iuspect’g bridge 4 00 road commissioner 12 00 8. J. Oreekmore, two days laying out new road 4 00 8. J. Oreekmore, road commissioner 12 00 T. A. Hopper, repairing brldgo 50 00 W. Rosenbaum, merchandise furnish ed county and officers 28 ix) Hal Byrd and Ban Kerr, guarding R. R. and Felix Boyd In habeas corpus proceedings, $0.00 .each 12 0:) B. A. Ouraway, special work on road 12 00 Julia Birch, teaching four mos., 1602-03 18 00 A. B. Tartt, conveying lunatics asylum 68 10 W. L. Pool, building bridge 20 00 R. 8, Streit, services as stenographer 80 00 Karl Key and J. B. Warren, road tax re funded Bist. No. 3, $3.00 each « 00 8. J. Oreekmore. Inspecting bridge 200 T. H. Shepherd, “ “ 2 00 road commissioner 12 50 H. O. McNeise. right of way for road' 25 00 K. F. Nunn, 15 00 H. A. Hopper, repairing bridge 17 50 Geo. H. Kthridge, legal advisor 25 00 J. L. Robinson, road commission 12 50 J. O’Brien, statutory reward for Tom Jenkins 100 00 Forty-nine parties acted as Special Bailiffs during the sessions of the Circuit Court, and warrants amount ing to $501.00, in sums of front $2.00 to $22.00, were allowed therefor. The Board settled with the Treas urer and approved a number of MUUURt Last Hope Vanished. When leading physicians said that W. M. Smitbart, of Pekin, la , had incnrabie consumption, his last hope vanished; but Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con sumption, Coughs and Colds kept him out of his grave. He says: “This great specific completely cured me, and saved my life. Since then, I have used it for 10 years, and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure.’’ 8trictly scip utific cure for coughs, sore throats or colds; sure preventive of pneumonia. Guaran teed, 50c. and $1.00 bottles at Ward’s drug store. Trial bottle free. As to ‘‘Soda Pop.” Elsewhere in this issue will be found an advertisement of the Ma con Ice, Bottling and Manufactur ing Co., with reference to “Soda Pop,” a delicious ^invigorating beverage for the warm weather. Macon is not far from Scooba, the factory is a home institution, and the product Is guaranteed as cleau and free from deleterious matter as can be obtained anywhere. It is manufactured in all flavors, and at very reasonable price. Patronize home industries—if you intend to handle “Soda Pop” this season, give theMaeon plant-a trial. We believe they will furnish a good atticle and will do you right. null Ltl£<J • That’s probably what ails yoo, if you’re drowsy in the day time. If you yawn, stretch and feel too weak to work and broken up generally, some people may call it “Spring Fever” but you are sick. Brown’s Iron B ttere, that famous old tonic, will make you weil and stroDg. It does not constipate or stain the teeth, and is recommended by physicians.— Sold by Ward, the drugg st. Musical and Literary Entertainment. Tomorrow (Friday) night, at the Scooba Academy, the ladies of the Baptist Church will hold an enter tainment at which will be rendered a musical and literary program by home talent. Refreshments will be offered for sale, and a general good time is anticipated. As is well known these good ladies are engaged in raising a fund to be applied towards the erection and furnishing of a church building at this place, and their laudable en deavor should be eocouraged to the utmost. Come out, add help them along; every little will be appre ciated. Wanted.—Ten men in each State to travel, tack signs and distribute samples and circulars of onr goods. Salary $75 00 per month. $3.00 per day for expensis. Kuhlman Company, Dept. P Atlas Bldg., Chicago. (^YLPfiMLMilMf MIIUNGCtt CAI RO.ILL. % a>-one’; BUT rto«t£J —1 1 ’. 'beemeaTe**%* WINTER WHEAT, MlLLERS,' BESTFLOUP HAY, CRAIN,SALT. «|.J «VlpH BEST CORN MEAL,"l 8<uo7^^ JAMES H DUKE h I h Manufactured vAIH Ej M.UW I»E, SCOOBA, MISS.f~ WANTED! Men and Women in this county and adjoining territories, to represent aDd advertise an old established house of solid financial standing. Salary to men $21 weekly, to women $12 to $18 weekly with Expenses advanced each Monday by check direct irom headquarters.— Horse and baggy furnished when neces sary; position permanent. Address Blew Bbop. & Co., Dept. 5, Monon Bldg., Chicago, 111. Guaranteed Cure for Piles ItchiDg, Blind, Bleeding or Protrud ing Piles. Druggists refund money il Pazo Ointment fails to care any case, no matter of how long standing, in 0 to 14 days- First application gives ease and rest. 50c. If your druggist hasn’t it send 50c in stamps and it will be for warded post-paid Joy Paris Medicine Co., 8t. Louis, Mo. ' Low Rates to Cuba Aek Jdo. M. Baal!, G. P. A., Mobile k Ohio Railroad, St. Louie, for particular? as to the new steamship service and low rates to Havana. Cures Coughs and Colds. Mrs.C. Petereon, 625 Lake St, Topeka, Kane., says “01 all cough remedies BaN lard’s Horehound Syrup iB my favorite; it has done and will do all that is claimed for it—to speedily cure all coughs and colds—and it is eosweet and pleasant to the taste.” Sold by M F. Ward. “Model Monarch,’’ Deep Light Bay, black points, 16 1-2 hands high, registered race horse— good record. Will make the season at Scooba. Insurance, $10.00. Jack G. Duke. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Beomo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund tne money if it fails to cure. E W. Grove’s signature is on each box. 25c. Notice of Election. Notice ie hereby eiven that an elec tion will be held in the Town of Scooba on Tuesday, May 2nd, 1905, foe the pm pose of deciding whether or not the provisions of “Stock Law” shall be enforced wiihin the corporate limits of said town. J. E. Tinsley, E. J. Irby and W. R Stewart are appointed Commissioners to hold said election, with D. F. Carr as Returning Officer, By order of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Sam A. Twilley, Clerk. Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an Invention Is probably PktentabIe. CommnnIca, ttons strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patent; sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents. Patents taken through Munn A Co. reoelwt special notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir culation of any scientific Journal. Terms. S3 a year: four months, *L Sold by all newsdealers. IMUNN & Co.36,Broa*w>' New York Branch Office. 625 F 8t_ Washington. D. C. WHITE’S Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM EMERY THE CHILDREN’S FAVORITE TONIC. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. THE GENUINE PREPARED ONLY BY Ballard-Snow Liniment Co. BT. LOUIS, MO. For eale by M.|E,'.Ward. KILLthe couch am> CURE the LUNGS "™ Dr. King’s New Discovery Consumption Price FOR I OUGHSand 60c »$1.00 ,UU ^OLDS Free Trial. "sux«!ItTnidQuIiSt«»^0ure^ri3n THROAT and LUNG TROUB- I UBS, or MONEY BACK. | I Grove’s Tasteless Chill Tonic 1 I has stood the test 25 years. Average Annual Sales over One and a Half Million | I bottles. Does this record of merit anneal to you? No Core, No Pay. 50c. I I_Kodoeedwithevery bottle is « Ten Cent* package of Grove** Black R-oot/UverPiBs._R Notice to AH Privilege Tax Payers! -o STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, KRMPKR COUNTY. Notice is hereby given, as required by Section 111 of the Priv ilege Tax Laws ot 1904, that all Privilege Tax Licenses, except those issued to Railroads and Retail Liquor Dealers, will expire during the month of April and must be renewed forftwdve months during the month of May. Unless the licenses are renewed during the month of May, it is made the duty ot the Tax Collector to collect double the amount of the original tax, and a3 he is left without any discretion what ever in the matter, I trust that all Privilege Tax payers will promptly come forward, procure their Licenses during the month of May, and save me the necessity of enforcing the heavy penalty. A. B. TARTT, Tax Collector. DeKalb, Miss-, April 1st, 1905. ■..- - ■■ '■ ■— The Bank of Kenper, SCOOBA, MISSISSIPPI. directors: > James H. Duke, S. S. Neville, Chas. Rosenbaum, W. T. Barnes, Jno. T. Moseley, R. M. Quarles, M. E. Ward, Bam O. Bell, A. A. Overstreet, Joe Cramer, B. R. Kuykendall. officers: Joe Cramer, President. M. E. Ward, Vice-Pres’t. B. R. Kuykendall, Cashier. Banking Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Every courtesy extended to our customers that is consistent with safe and conservative banking methods. Our aim will be first—absolute safety; second—liberality. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. w% ak n«*ii # FEED, SALE & LIVERY STABLES, Scooba, Mississippi. _ MULES .AJSTD HORSES For Sale or Exchanged in Trade at All Times. Bargains THSIPATRONAGE OF DRUMMERS Solicited. First class Teams aud Safe Drivers Furnished, We Will Do a Regular Livery Business. We Will Furnish Teams at All Hours—Day or Night. Write,’Phone or Telegraph when Wanted. ! to:m: L-Aj^onsr, .PROPRIETOR OF THE. i .AND DEALER IN. Vegetables, Fruits & Canned Goods. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR All Kinds of Country Produce, Tallow, Hides and Bees-wax. J®“*Call or Write Me at Scooba, Mississippi.