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The Kemper Herald
KntoraJut the Pqat-ofllc" »* yopdb*. Miss.,
a. Meeotid f’tflss MmIl Msfti'rny
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Watts & Struthers,
( Editors anj Publishers.
auiMi’rtptlon—ll^*rW>r*n'umn. In mtvnnro.
tfcooba, Miss. Jan. 9, 1908
, Strength]
there is Safety]
Our Capital and Surplus is S
$1,900,000.00 1
Ow Savins* depositor* number
over ■
Our Savins* Deposit* alfraSati 1
over ■
$12,000,000.00 A
Our strops capital and surplus* 1
sate methods snd Sovemment
inspection absolutely protact our ■
depositors interests. ■
Full particulars ef our ’Method ■
of Bsnajns by Mail* on request I
$1.00 OR MORE 1
starts an account 1
IN CAMP OR FIELD-AtI
MOUNTAIN OR 8HORE
There le elwayt • chance
to enjoy acme shooting
TO SHOOT WUL YOU MUST BE EQUIPPED WITH
A RELIABLE FIREARM: the only kind we have
been making for upwards of fifty years.
Our Lins: RIFLES, PISTOLS, SH0T6UNS,
RIFLE TELESCOPES, ETC.
Ask your Dealer, and Insist on the
HTEYESS, Where not sold by Ite
tallera, wo ship direct, njujiajinr
paiil. upon receipt of Catalog price.'
THE REV. IRL R. HICKS
Almanac and Magazine
Should be In
every home In
the land. His
wcathor predic
tions oanbehad
only in his own
publications.
Ho other publisher Is permitted to
print them in any form, either with o*
without credit. His 1908 Almanac ex
cels all former editions in beauty and
value, and sells for 35cents, postpaid.
His monthly magazine, Woro and
Works, contains bis weather fore
casts for each month, together with a
vast amount of the best family reading
and costs $1. a year, one almanac with
each subscription. Every earthquake
and serious storm for 20 years has
been predicted by Prof. Hicks. You
cannot afford to be without these pub
lications. Address all orders to
I'll k Kkjo’kh H skald,
Scooba, .Viss.
Before You Purchase Any Other Write
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We esrneotlr renototallyoiuu peraons. no matter
how limited their meana or education, who wieh to
obtain . thorough buehn*. training usd r-'-'d post,
iron, to writ, by firat mall far our great naif-rat*
after. Sneeeee, IndependenceandprobuI.Jefortune
wgesniiBM. Don’t delay. Write today. 0
W*.-AU. SmImm CelleAe, Haem. So.
. line old. fellows ot Kemper
who so gallantly stood by the
cause ot the Confederacy during
the troublous times'dt theMariy
’dOs, aro rapidly anWerh% tfie'
filial “yips”. But a tew weeks
since, the death of Judge Thbs.
l\ Bell was announced through
these columns; less thau twtf
weeks ago, Mr. Alex Hopper an
swired the last summons; and
on Monday night ot this week,
the l**at ot the muffled drum an
*
nounced the passing ot t^te spirit
ot Hon.'VV. J. Overstreet, f^hey
fill honored graves, and there are
many such jn Kemper. But the
ranks ot the survivors of that
conflict ure thinning, afid ere
many years the voices of the he
roes \\*l(r> stood with Lee, Jack
Ison, Stuart and their fellows will
be hushed in the stillness ot ihe
threat Beyond. May the passing
or each ot them be one ot peace.
A recent ruling of the Postof
tiee Department (made December
4th, 1907, and effective January
1st, 1908) is to the etieot that
publishers ot weekly newspapers
, * i _ _i-i_i.:_
lUUBt IlUt BCIIU tllCil |Mjuuv.uuvun
through the mail* to parties who
are in arrears tor subscription to
same tor a period ot more than
twelve months, under penalty ot
a tine. An effort will he made
to have the operation of the law
postponed tor 6ix months, so1 that
its provisions may be more gen
erally advertised in the country
districts.
i ...——
Attorney General K.V. Fletch
er, representing the State Of Mis
sissippi, has joined with City At
torney It. 6. VVilbourn, ol.Mgri
(TtaiViu a suit against the Cum
berland' Telephone * Telegraph
Corn pithy*.do' oust said toppora :
tiondTom flpe State tor violation
ot the 8bti4$ust laws. The spe„
c;fi<i,ohatg«£-is that the Cumber?
Vtiitd bougflt out the Meridian
hone Company, a
'Cbhft)dntor, in order to kill com
j _
It is authoritatively announced
that effective with the advent ot
the new Mobile & Ohio timecard,
Sunday, Jauuury 12th, two pas
sengcr trains, Nos. o and 6. will
be taken off. These are the local
passenger trains which pass Scoo
ba—one southbound ut 2:12 p.
m., and one northbound at 3:31
p. m. It is understood that the
time of ttietwo day through mail
trains will be changed, and that
they will be made local passen
gers.
A Cure for Misery.
“I have found u cure for the
misery malaria poison produces,”
says li. M. James, of Louellen,
S. (J. “It’s called Electric Bit
re;s, and comes in 50 ceut bot
tl*-s. It breaks up a case of
chills or a bilious attack in al
most no time; and it puts yellow
jaundice clean out of cornmis
sion.” This groat tonic medi
cine and blood purifier gives
quick relief in all stomuch, liver
und kidney complaints and tbe
misery of lame back. Sold uii
der guarantee ut all drug stores
Criminal Court is iu session
this week in Meridian, and the
charge of the lion. K. E. Cochran
was fully up to the standard. It
the sentiment of tbe charges of
mi is ubie jurist was more strictly
adhered to by public officials ill
the interim between sittings ol
the Court, there would be decid
edly less crime in this judicial
circuit.
It you have a triend or neigh
bor who does uot take this paper,
do us the kindness to show him
this item. We can furnish the
Kkmpkh Hkhald and the Ameri
can Farmer (the latter a first
class agricultural periodical) (or
the coming ytar tor $1 00. This
otter is good tor a limited time
only—subscribe now.
. _ .. llll.'.il .III.,
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For Acuitfache Dr. Mile** Anti-Fain Fill*.
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Wahalak Waitings.
Christmas seems to be taking
its departure. The young has
buried tbe^pld year. Everything
seeniB to be getting in trim tor
another year’s harvest. We can
heur the undercurrent breathing
low but determinedly ot stirriug
the soil.
j, - T. li. Giles and pretty daugh
ter, Miss Cora, are visitiug in
MfcconrtbU week.
Harmon Ilinton, of Meridian,
visited his brother, Tom ilinton
cf this place, a tew days>ago.
Mrs. Dr. Chiles very delight
fully entertained her young
frieude Thursday night u week
ago.
Mrs. Walter Bethany, alter a1
few days vi$jt to relatives and
friends in Hattiesburg, returned
borne Tuesday.
Miss Lucy O’Brien spent last
week in Columbus us the guest
ot her sister, Mrs. Ilollie Giles.
We missed the smiling, genial
face ot Mrs. Kate Lotton, who
(a very unusual thing for fie'}
paid a week’s visit to her daiiglr
ter, Mrs. Clay, in Meridian. She'
returned on Tuesday lifetf
The young people ot thin place
enjoyed a dance Friday nightj
given at the hospitable borne ot
Mr. aud jVlrs. Hal Land.
Mrs. Mut,ti£Slaughter,of-,
! fl.iaeiri n motor nf VI V A W urd
and Mrs. Hinton, visited io Wa*
hulak a lew duys ago.
Mrs. MoKee, mother ot Mr.
Tom Giles, who has been living
a few milt;* west ot this place,
has moved to town and we un
derstand that she will make her
home in Hie future with her sou.
Eugene Haskins, Who tor the
past few months has been clerk
ing for K. W. Bethany, ' left\tor
his home1 in the Hkipper neigh*
borhood Sunday. )
Walter Bethany went to St.
Louis in connection with the cap
ture ot Tom Simpson, .returning
by, way of Meridian to Wahalak
Sunday, i.
v jytauricft Giles returned to the
A. Hi M. College Monday,-after a
two weeks viijit to home tolks.
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my stomnch. liver and bowels
working just right.” It these
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money will be retunded at all
drug stores. ^5c.
That combination of Tub Kkm*
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Headache
When your head aches, there
is a storm lin the -nervous sys
tem, centering in the brain.
This irritation produces pain^J
‘ in the head, and the turbuleht" n.
’ • nerve cjurrent sent to the stom
ach, caused nausea, vomiting.
This ;--is sick headache, and
is dangerous, as frequent and
. prolonged attacks weaken the
brain, .resulting in loss of
memory, Inflammation, epi
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Allay this stormy, irritated,
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Dr. Miles* Anti-rain Pills do
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chloral,cocaine or similar drugs.
“Sick lieadach* ia lieredltnry In my
family. My father suffered a groat
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unable to attend to my business affair*
for a day or so at a time. Darius a ,
very severe ottack of headache, I took
l>r. Miles’ .Antl-I’ain Pills and they
relieved me almost Immediately. Since
then I take them when l feel the spell
coming on and it stop* it at ore-."
JOHN J. McERTAIN.
Pro*. S. Q. Bug. Co., South Bend. lad.
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ure I have been greatly benefited. Fog some years 1 haw with*red more or ,
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Since 1894 I have been afflicted with Chronic Diarrhoea. About six
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entirely flic coritrol *vf my bowels; but now I. am happy to state that after
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I have used and prescribed waters from several Iron and Alum Springs,
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did not at once improve her digestive apparatus, I Wofcldpaytl* $1.00 myself.
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Additional furniture has been ordered to accommodate
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