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Ths Kemper Herald THE CHURCHES. PBRgnTTERlAN-Servlees on 1st and 3rd Sundays Ui each month at 11a. m.iiiul 7 p. til. J. F. Jonnson, pastor. Sabbath Hchool at Ms. m.: J.W. Carter, Superintendent. Methodist—Services on !nd Sunday In each month at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. H. R. Ferrltt. Pastor. Sabbath Hchool at «£0u. m.: B. K. Kuyk cndall. Superintendent. Ba rriar-HarvIceSdn tth Sunday In each ftwiHi at 11 a. m. and 7 p. ni. Jesse R. Buck. Altar. sabbath School at *:» a. m. W. J. Par ker. Superintendent. Secret aad Fraternal. Jefferson I-odg# No. lit, A. F. A A. M., meets Thursday night on or Ire for# the first full moon In each month nt 7 o'clock. A. A. Hammack, Secretary. ttaootm IxKlge No. 1M. K.of P.. meets the 1st and 7ud Monday nights In each! month, at 7 o’clock. H. W. Rencheh. O. 0. A. A. Hammack. K. R. H. Scooba Camp No. 74. W.O. W.. meets the Ml and *rd Tuesday ulghU In each month, at T o’clock. (J. T. Hoco Lash, O. O. J. W.OA«Ttk.Oldrk. Scooba Lodge No.!.05. K.of H.. meets the Uft and 3rd Tuesday ulgbts of each month. at to Clock. w f). Moore. Reporter. Scooba Lodge No. -—. K. and L. of II., meets the first and third Fridays In each month at 7 o'clock p. in. J. W. Carter. Protector. A. W. Strut hers, Secretary. TOWN AND COUNTY. Vote (or water oti the 10tK Col. James H. Duke is in Meri dian this week. Mr. T. D. Permenter visited his sons in Jackson lnat week. If you have lost a mare, read the eetray notioe in tills issue of Thk Hkrald. A. A. Hammack has Coffins, Caskets, and a general supply of Undertaker’s C lods, at lowest prices. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Quarles vis ited Meridian this week, to enable the latter to consult, an oculist. Timber Wanted and Lumber for Sale at the mill of J. C. Johnson, Scooba, Mias. Mr. W. H. Stuart is at present in Charge of the contract for carrying the mail between this point and the County-seat. If jrou want your Cuffi, Collars and gbirta laundried in first class style, leave them With Jas. D French; be will send for them, if notified. Mr. Hardy B. Hunter and family have moved into a house near the Cemetery. We understand that he Will open a blacfcsitiitfi shop. To Cure a Cold, in One Day take LAXATIVE BEOMO Q linine Tab. lent Drusiii*1* refund money if it- fails to etfre. E W. <jffOVE*S signature is on each: box. 35c. Mi. Joe Speake arid a force of bands afe pushing Work fight along on Mr. James E. Stringfellow’s new britek store building. All they want Is clear, dry weather. Mrs. C. G. Ross and little son, who have been spending a couple of Weeks with Mr. Ross at the McCa lebb House, left yesterday to visit relatives at Coatopa, Ala. Mr. Wm. J. Tobin is In Shubuta this week, working up a lodge of the Knights aud Ladies of Honor. We Can commend him heartily to the good people of that ulace. Car-load of Oats, Bran and Shorts. Caf-load Of Meal and Hulls. Car-load of Corn. For particulars, call on or write W. H. Stuart. Miss Sadie, the pretty and accom plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ballard, arrived at home Fri day after a seven months’ sojourn With relatives at Wellington, Tex. Don't forget the water bond elec tion on January 16th. Remember, it takes a two-thirds vote to carry, so come out and vote “early, often and late" in favor of the issuance of the bonds. There are three or four residence properties in town which, through comparison with the new. buildings and improvements made to others during the past year, have become1 perfect eye-sores. Rev. W. M. Sullivan, Presiding Klder of this District, will conduct the services in the Methodist Church at this place on Sunday, the 14th imt.i iA the morning at 11 o’clock, and again at 7 p. in. Miss Bessie Nethery is on an ex tended visit to relatives in Buffalo, N.'Yi', and ere her return home ex pects to take a trip to Southern Cal ifornia and visit points of interest on the Pacific coast. ■ ‘ » 1 1 * Wanted.—10 men in each state to travel, post signs, advertise and leave ■ample! of our goods. Salary $75 00 ppr month. $3 00 per day for expenses. Rota i, Supply Co , D*pt. W., Atlas Bl- ck. Chicago, Ill Dr! W. G. Sykes, of Aberdeen, Grand Protector of the Knights and Ladies of Honor, was here Friday night last and attended the meeting Of the local lodge Of that order. The membership of Scooba Lodge is growing right along. Ilnur to Prevent Bilious Attacks. One who is subject to bilious attacks will notice that for a day or more before the attack he is not hungry at meal tim s and feels dull after eating. A dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Livei Tablets When these first eyrt.p'oma ap pear wiilMard off the attack. They are * loraaie by V-Eastland, AruggUt. ..* . I ■l.nmi 1 11 ■ IIUIIM Remember that the growth ant material prosperity of the1 town tie mantis that Wo have better water fa cilities, and next Tuesday, the 16tl inst., go to the polls add cast you vote in favor of the proposition ft authorise the Board Of Mayor ant Aldermen to issue bonds to procuri the necessary money wherewith t< have an artesian Well Sunk withti the corporate limjts of the TOW no Seooba. Every property owner ii the town will help to pay for thii improvement, and every property owner should exerf his influence tt have the vote cast unanimously it I favor of the improvement. \Vha I improves your neighbor's property enhances the value of yours; then lean be no question but that a goot ! water supply will improve and en bailee the value of all. E. Frank Griffin, D. D. S., wht announced In last Weele’tf'Hthtali that lie would be at the MeGalebl House for several days' of this Week arrived Monday according to an nouncement, but owingf~tO'"thff''ba( weather and condition ol the road returned to Meridian Tuesday oven ing. He desired usf te state, how ever, that he would be attfie McGa lebb House the week beginning Jail uary 22nd. Further announcemeni will be made next week. Two or Miree neat cottages cgulc be rented in Seooba without trouble I Mr. Frenker, clerk for Mr. Joe Crn i mer, and Mr. Ross, clerk at the Ro senbaum store, are botli men of fain ily; and we are reliably informed that Mr. Morgan, section master foi I the M. & O. at this point, is verj desirous of moving into town. Thh | is only a pointer for Seooba capital i ists and property owners who havt tiie growlli and improvement of Up town at heart. Mr. Beil Hylton, who held down I the night operator’s job at the M. & O. station here for a couple ol months and who, with iiis charming litfle wife, were guests at the McCa lebb House and were very populai witu uur yuuug Have other fields. Since their departure the night job at the depot has hat: more than one holder, and is at present filled by a Mr. Inman, front Crawford. Cured Lumbago. A. B. Canman, Chicago, writes March 4, 1903: “Having been troubled with lumbago at d fferent limes and tr ed one phya cian after another, then d fferent ointments and liniments, gave it up al together. So I tried once more, and got a bottle of Ballard’s Snow L’niment which gave me almost ins.tan.t .relief. J can cheerfully recommend It, and wil add my name to your list dt. sufferers.’ Sold by O. Eastland, dru#gif>fcv Wanted.—Two meit'-Tn each count} to represent and advertise Hardware Department, put out samples of out goods, etc, ..Traveling Position or Office Ma age*. Salary $90 00 per month cash weekly, with all expeis s paid in ad vance. We furnish everything. The Columbia House, Chicago, 111. Dept. 610, Monon Bldg. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Stuart left the fore-part of last week for Texas, where the former has gone to pur chase a car-load of horses and mules for tli is market, while the latter will visit among relatives, of whom she lias a number in the Lone Star State. They expected to be absent from borne about three weeks. Half the World Wonders how the other half lives. Those who use Bucklen’s Arnica Salve never wonder il it will cure cuts, wounds, burns, sore! and all skin eruptions; they know il will. M>-8. Grant Shy, 1130 E. Reynold! St,, Sprinwfi dd, I 1, says : “I regard il one of the absolute necessities of bouse keep ng.” Guaranteed by O. Eastland, druggist- 25c. Mrs. J. E. Floore spent several days of last week with her sister, Mrs. Horgan, at Shuqualak; and Mr. floore spent the Sabbath there. Whenever Jesse finds out that auy of his kinsfolk are going to have an extra good dinner, he makes it a point to be there and on time. All parties wishing to have photo graphs enlarged, free of cost, can have same done by calling at Joe Cramer's store, securing a ticket valued at $15.00. which, when traded out, entitles holder to enlarged pic ture. Mr. Cramer can supply frames at from $2.50 to $3.60. Mr. P. W. Johnson, of Union City, Tenn., is visiting his brother, Mr. J. C. Johnson. The former is pros pecting with a view to the enlarge ment of the latter’s saw-mill plant at tills place. It is to he hoped that he will see his way clear to the im provement. Lost, Januarp 8th.—One liver and white colored pointer dog, brass studded collar, answers to the name of Duke; one black and white col ored pointer pup. named Topsy. Liberal reward at Eastland’s Drug Stork. ^The .many friends of Mr. Allen Stukrt, who was so bad^y injured by being>queezed between’ ckrs. in the freight yaTdjj at Meridian a f^w weeks ago, will lie pleasecP to learn that he has sufficiently recovered to return to his work. , «•>... ■ i I do not wish to carry over anyol those Studebakcr Wagons, and will sell them at lower uriees than over. Call on me before purchasing. Jas. H. Dukk. A Guaranteed Cure for Piles. Itchinp, Blind, Bleeding, Protruding Plies. Druggie’s are author »m! to re» fund mont-y if PAZO OINTMENT fills to cure in 6 to 14 days- 50c. If you want Lumber, call on W. K. STUAWi*. ---■ -• — - —. — - -.t-•---T 1 .. Just—dk Arrived! A Large Shipment of GROCERIES. Our shelves are full, nnd we wunt to sell them to moke room for more. Help us, ami thereby help yourself. "Quick Sales and Small Profits” Is our motto. Jas. D. French. Gross—Killingsworth. At the home of the bride’s parents at Porterville, on Wednesday, Jan uary 3rd, 1906, Mr. Henry Gross, as sistant in the M. & O. R. R, ofllce at Sbuqualak, was quietly married to Vlias Maybelle, the pretty and ac complished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Killingsworth, the young couple taking the first train for the groom’s present home atShuqualak. Mr. Clross was for many months night operator at the M.& O. station at this place, and Was very popular with our people. He is a bright, courteous, energetic young gentle man, thoroughly up-to-date as to : his work, and will doubtless move ! up the ladder ns room is made at ; the top. The character of his young l bride is said to he as sweet ns her face is pretty—ami that is saying a great deal. That the years which stretch out before them may prove a perennial Spring-time, their troubles he but as the gentle showers of a Summer’s day, and life’s clase for them ho as the setting of tiie golden sun in liar vest time, is I lie wish of Thk Hhr ald’s editor. A Modern Miracle. “Truly miraculous seem -,d the recov ery of Mrs Mollie Holt of ibis place,” writes J. 0. R. Hooper, Woodford, TenD., “she was bo wasted by coughing up pne from her luuge. Doctors declared her end po near that her family hsd watched by her bed side forty-e’ght hours when, _____*. rk- i/;M..... *»U *-»« J U V/VJV, ■ ■ ■ r» - * Diecovery was given her, with the aetcn ishing result that improvement began and continued until she finally com pletely recovered, and is a healthy wo man today/’ A guaranteed cure for • coughs and cold-*. 50c and $1 00 at O. Eastland’s, druggist. Trial bottle free. Scooba’s Hotel a Good One. A travelling man who spent some thing over two days of last week at the McCglebb House stated that the fare and accommodations were as good as, if not better than, any other place along the road aside from the high-priced hotels of the big cities, and that some of the latter were not as good by any means. Proprietor Hailford informs us that he will spare no pains nor expense to make the reputation of the hotel improve, rather than retrograde, and asser tions like the foregoing but prove that lie is moving along that line. Rev. Carl sle P. 1$ Martin, L. L. I> of Waverley, Texas, wri'ef: ‘ Of a morn ing, when first aiistng, I often fi id a troublesome collection oi phlegm which produces a cough and is very hard to dislodge; but a small quantity cf Bal lard's Horehoand Syrup will at once dis lodge it, and the trouble is over. I knew of no medicine that is equal to it, end n is so pleasant to take. 1 can most cor dially recommend it to all persons need ing a medic'ne for throat or lung trou ble.” bold by O. Eietlaud. Wanted: by Chicago wholesale and mail-order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and adjoining territory. Salary $20 and ex pen see paid weekly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant; position permanent. No investment or experi ence required. Write at once lor full particulars and enclose self-addressed envelope. Cooper & Co., 132 Lake St, Chicago, 111. Jamaican Lady Speaks Highly of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the super intendent of Cart Service at Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies, says that she has for some years used Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy for coughs, croup and whoopiDg-cough and has found it very beneficial. She has implicit confidence in it and would not be without a bottle of it in her horn". Sold by 0. Eastland. Attend the Sabbath School*, and thereby encourage the little folks to go. The Sabbath School* is a great moral agent In the cultivation of tl^e youthful mind, and the seeds sown there will bear a good fruitage in the years to come. Milliken’s Minstrels gave a per formance in a tent erected near our office, last evening, and from the noise we heard they must have been giving a pretty good show. The Twentieth Century Book Club will meet tomorrow (Friday) night at the residence of Mrs. Ben R. Kuykendall, at 8 o’clock sharp. > . The Kemper Herald, the Twice-a week St. Louis Republic, and Farm Pro gress, fortune year for $1 35. 7777 ■ - '-'-f'-i ' 4 ’ ■ Estcay Notice! Taken up, by R. A. llammack, and estraytd January 5th, 1900, before M. Kearney, Justice of the Peace and Act ing Ringer, one dark bay mare, two hind feet white, medium *:*e—about 14 hands high, about five year* old—val ued by J. W. Pool and W. R. Chunn at $75.00. M. Kearney, * J. P. and Acting Ranger. Sc-job*. Mies , JaBuary O^h, T906. ; .0^5.. 1 * • > n i - I r T . > —1« Supervisors’ Meeting. At the meeting of the Board < f Supervisors, held in D'eKtylb last week, the following warrants were issued and ordered pa'id: Geo. II. K til ridge, aorvlct's ns County Attorney 12.1 Of 1 J. M. Noster, feeding prisoners; etc. ill 75 Oyntliin Jack, nurse 1 SU M. Kcurney, services as J. P. in eases where State failed1 28 45 J. R. Davis, for same 21 95 G. M. Alexander, feeding prisoners 8 90 Commercial-Appeal, for publishing' notice ol’ jail bids 985 Mrs. K.O. Rhyne, teaching school In' ISoc. 1(1, Twp. 10, R. 19 5085 Oul Walls, wood- for officers' 4 00 G. J. Webb, final settlement for'work-, Ing roads In KempeV County 120 00 Dock King, services us J. P, In cases where (State foiled 18 15 W. F. Fulton, services as constable 25(X) 8. D. Davis et ai, for holding Inquest over body of Tom Mitchell 14 75 Union Bank <t Trust Co., for Interest on borrowed money 119 17 0. G. Brown et al, services in inquest 1100 " services as J. P. 805 J. D. Wilson, services us constable 25 00 T. W. West, currying pauper to grave 1'50 A. F Walls, services as constable 25 00 M. 0. (Smith, services as J. P. 860 B. M. Klllingsworth, constable 800 H. H. Moore, constable 1880 W. Rosenbuum.silpplles for poorliouse 22 85 “ “ the court house and jail 0 50 A. A. Overst reet, coffin for pauper 10(X) Jim Davis, digging grave for pauper 1 50 J.K. Htunrt, services as bailiff Novem ber term of court, 1905 0 00 E. M, Rubush. windows for Jail und court-house 18 95 H. A. Hopper & (Son, supplies for Jail und poor-house 84 08 W, A. Null it Co., Insurnnee on rollrt-li l5noo A. A. Overstreet, suuarles furnished court-house and Jail 200 1. M. Thompson, salary und postage 08 05 Dr. E. B. Key, services 1000 J. H. Holmes, stationery I 50 J. R. Tern pie, feeding prisoners 1 20 R. H. Nethery, services ns J. P. 2 00 I 8am O. Bell, services as Co. Auditor 250 ou ex-olflelo services 100 (X) Inspecting roads—J. L. Robison, $4.00, i T. H. Shepherd $0.00, H. J.Creekmore $9.00, N. 14. Briggs $2,.I. D. Harbour $2 2100 Road Commissioners—.1. L. Harbour, .1.1,. Robison, 8, J. Croekmore, N. G. Briggs, T. H. Shepherd, each $12.50 82 50 .Stock law Was. granted in Sections 5, 6, 7 and 8, to take effect four months after date. Petition of W. W. McLelland et als, praying for stock law, granted. Petition of J. H. Holmes et als, praying for public road, granted. Petition of M. W. McDaniel et als, praying for public road, granted. Petition of S. L. Adams et, als, praying for change in road, granted. H. T. Bethany was ordered to move gate, on Scooba and Philadel phia road, within thirty days. A few warrants were issued for working public roads, causeway timber, etc., and allowances were made for building and repairing sev eral bridges. The Grip. “Before we can sympathize with oth ers, we must have suffered ourselves.” No one can realize the Buffering attend ant upon an attack of the grip, unlesr he has had the actual experience There is probably no disease that causes so much physical and mental agony, or which so successfuliy defies medical aid. All danger front the grip, however, may be avoided by the prompt use of Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. Among the tens of thou.-aods who have used this remedy, not one^ase has ever bf ea re ported that has resulted in pneumonia or thai has not recovered. For sale by O. Eastland, druggist, Scooba. From Southern' Star, Jan. 3rd. Mr. John Ge\Wn killed tin O. I. C. hog Friday that weighed 515pounds. Messrs. Herbert and Colin Hopper have moved their stock of goods into the old McAlluin store. They have also bought out the Hopper livery stable. At a meeting of the session of the Presbyterian Church at this place, several days ago. Rev. Simpson, of Arkansas, was chosen to serve the DeKalb and Bloomfield Churches during the year 1900. At the preliminary trial of Mr. Bill Fulton for accessory in the killing of Mr. Andrew Young, before ’Squires Daws and Davis Friday, lie was re leased without bail on the State’s evidence. The young Mr. Fnlton has never been captured.' Mr. S. C. Adams, of Peden, no doubt has one of the most prolific sows In the county. She will be four years old the 10th of March. Front her litters of pigs he has sold $41.50 worth, given away $24.00 worth, killed 2,400 pounds of meat, and she now has eight line pigs two months old. Who can even get in sight of it? Mr. Adams says if anyone can beat it lie will make them a present of one of her pigs. rl'lie Seal of Time has been planed on Browns’ Iron BittArs. Ft r twenty-five years thesck have been taking this medicine with excellent re sults. Without excep ion Browns’ Iron Bitters has outlived every similar Drep araMon because it is a medicine of real merit and sold with the distinct eg ee meDt that if no benefits result from its use the purchase money will be refund ed. Sold by 0. Eastland. Quarterly Conference. The first Quarterly Conference of the Scooba Charge will be held at Scooba, Monday morning, January 15th. All of the officials Are re quested to attend. H. B. Perrttt, P. C. -Scooba, Miss., Jan. 1, 1906. BRICK! BRICK! I can furnish good, hard brick in any quantities. Specifil Rites on car-load lots. Address J. H. Williams, Macon, Miss One to Six bott’es of Browns’ Iron Bitters will cure certain di°ease3 of the human pystem, not all of them. Ordinary indigestion yields to three bottles of Browns’Iron Bitters, six eureB aggiavated dyspepsia. Neuralgia is relieved by a dose or two, nervous exhaustion, shattered coostiiu tions, general debility cured by the us® of this wonderful-medicine- Sold by O. Eastland, Scooba, Miep. t .'j Whph Alone1! but o0iP ENhe Eats bread‘tS BtSTFLol» 8ylpH guarantee0^ T on the maP Manufactured B/*[(. (0 \luday miu,n V n•■<■■ ■ -■*w .n»i ■ ■ 1 ■■ -■ -' ■•" -- ■■■■ '"•■■»--——-**—--m IllMIliOAYMIllIKO, CAIRO, ILL. S WINTER WHEAT, MILLERS, HAY, CRAIN,SALT. < BEST CORN MEAL JAMES H.DUKE, SCO OB A, MISS, r Execution Sale. S ate of Mississippi, Kemper County. A. A. Hcmmack ^ • ■ ,-9;' ujt j L. N. Whittle et al. By virtue of aD execution issued by the Chancery Clerk of Kemper County, 8*ate of Mississippi, on December 0 h, 1905, in the above styled cause and iD compliance with a decree of the Chap' eery Court of said County apd State made at the February Term tberet f, re,' corded in Minute Book “B”, pagis 299 a d 300 of the records of said court now on file in the < ffice < f said clerk, and in favor of George H. Erhridge, Guardian ad litem of Otto Whittle, I have this day levied oh and will proceed 'o selj on the Firtt M mday in February. 19r6, in front of the Noith door of the Court House in the Town o! D Kalh, Mississ ippi, the interest of paid 0 to Whittle, or a sufficient amount thereof to satisfy said judgment, and all costs, in ah- fol I w g described land, in •. .*<• C .indy and Stale, to *i- : Twe ilv one a r»s off ’.be North .rui of Ecst ha'f of Sou*be:a quarter, 8eC<ion 6, Township 11, R inge 18 Easf. This January 8 h, 1906 A. B. Tahtt, Sheriff. —Printer’s fee f5 70. Notica of Election. Notice is hereby given that an election will he held in the Town of Scooba, Mississippi, on Tuesday, January Kith, 1905, for the purpose of deciding whether or not tlie Board of Mayor and Al dermen of (he said Town of Scooba shall be empowered (o issue bonds on the said town, not to exceed $2,600.00, for the purpose of defray ing the expense of boring an arte sian well. A. W. Douglass, B. R. Kuyken dall and .1. E. Tinsley are appointed Commissioners to bold srtid election. By order of the Board. R. M. Quarles, Mayor. 8. A. Twilley, Town Clerk. Heaven Revealed. By Benjamin Fiske Barrett. S88PP.5 1-4x7 Inches; Largo Type; FlneCloth For a limited period this book is of fered at trade rates, 50 cents, • with » cents postage for mulling. 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