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K.iterr.l at the I*ustH>fUe*‘ at rtctsthrt, Miss., as Second t*'ht*s]MnH Matter. Walls & Struthers, hditors and Publishers. SHlwci lallo«-JI.«i perummm. '.n jmIvance. Hcoolia, Miss. April 11, 11'OS C5COOOJE, XViltSS. NORTH BOUND. JIo. 2 I wives (dully) t:2 n.,n " 4 " I:BS j>. in. “ id “ (week dnys) mixed 1 in. - SOUTH BOUNE 3"o. 1 leaves (dully) 23)7 *.m. 3 . •* ~ 13)1 p. ill. •• |5 (week clnys) mlwd 11:15 u.m. R. V. TklfLOR. JNO. M. BEALL, OetK'QijblPeiinffW. (iMivi'lt 1 !’#«Jcnf:er Af!“rt, ‘'(JJOB1I.E. AI.A. ST. J.OU1S. MQ — . 1 " ~ ' 1 . jPthere is Safety J y* Our Capital and Surplus is d flg Our Savings depositors number Ef Our Savings Deposits aggregate JJ A $22,000,000.00 m ffiS Our strong capital and surplus* ifl tat safe methods and government M jfjp inspection absolutely protect our ■ raj Full particulars of our •Method Ja, cf banking by Mc.ii11 cn request © S $1.00 OR MORE 1 m starts an account % i gs« zna i!t«v i vou look For. t.aCUble jhmi obiain a Firearm cT tloub: *y ful r,u i::j Tito cupcilmccd llunlcr's and -—au't Ideal Is a fuiiable, unerring 5T7VCN3 FIND OUT WHY by .boating our popular RIFLES-SHOTGUNS PISTOLS ArIc your local Hard warn or Sport in•* Goods Mer chant for the STEVGNS. If ydn cannot obtain, ur ship direct, oxpriss pre paid, c.pon receipt of cata log l*ricc. Send 4 criiis in stamps for MO 1 ’age Illustrated Catalog, including circu lars of latest additions to our line. Contains points 41:1 shooting, ammu nition, the proper cure of u firearm, etc,, etc. Our nt tractive Ten Color Lithographed llaugcr mailed any where fornix cent* in Mump*. J. STEVUNS AKMS & TOOL CO tv 1*. O. Box 401/7 ^ Chicopee Falls, Mass., T’. S. A. TREES Fruit, Shade and Ornamental. Small Fruits, Hoses and Ornamental Shrubs. 20,000 Apple and Peach Trees on rented land, and must he moved. Write for prices on what you want, ami 1 will make a price that will sell the stock. 2*Janfs! Cabbage, Tomato, Pepper and Egg-plants for sale. Write for Catalogue. Stinson Nursery Co. Meritjian, Miss. It. F. D. No. 1. Tornado... Insurance t -- ■; Insure your property against Toruaooos unJ Wind-storms. Katks: Dwelling. Mercantile Per Hundred and other substaa- 1 yr. a yr*. 8 yr* t lal Buildings 25c. 150c. 75c. Barn, with dwelling SOc. «0e. 00c. Stocks of Merchandise COc. 81.00 tl.&O For further particulars, write to o C*‘‘ °n B. R. KUYKENDALL, , bcooha. Miss. The IIehald costs but §1.00 a year—subscribe now. Thus. M. Ferguson, of Hatties burg, author of “Ferguson’s Les ; sons in Subdivisions of Land , Numbers,” offers to give to teach Ifears and pupils on Friday, May ! 1st, at Jackson, Miss., during the Teachers' Convention, one new ! ty pewriter (your choice ot either an L. C. Smith or a Columbia ' No. 12) and fourteen other valu able prizes, for answering only twenty questions, answers to all ot which will be found in the lit tie book referred to. This is a valuable little book, and should be in every home and office; it’s ' price is 60 cents, but we have made an arrangement by which we can furnish it, %ith subscrip tions to the Ivkmper Hbrai-D, for 10 cents—the two tor §1.10. There have been many corn plain's of fatalities among horses as the result ot leeding moldy corn. Those who have nothing hut last season’s crop are advised to feed only shelled corn, as the danger seems to lie in the cob. The ear will look smooth, hard and wholesome, but' upon break mg it open tlie coli is found dis cased. The fodder is also in bad condition, and it, should not bo led to horses.—Farm Journal. A Twenty.year Sentence. “I have just completed a twenty year health sentence, imposed by Bucklen’s Arnica Salve, which cured me ot bleeding piles just twenty years ago,” writes O. S. Woolever, of Leliaysvilie, N. V. Bucklen's Arnica Salve heals the worst sores, boils, burns, wounds and cuts in the shortest time. 2uc. at J. K. Sharp's and the Scooba Drug Co.’s drug stores. Those Awful Headaches in ninety-nine cases onto! a hun dred are the resuits of eye strain. We have countless cases where people have neglected to have their eyes fitted with glasses at the proper time, and that we have relieved by testing their sight and fitting it. with properly7 ad justed eyeglasses or spectacles. Drs. Byroa Mitchell and C. L. Mayo, our accredited representa tives, will spend Saturday, April 11th, at the McOalebb House, in Scooba, and will be pleased to render you any service. Mitchell Optical Co., West Point, Miss. Binnsvillc items. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Oliver are the happy parents ot a new baby girl. She arrived last Sunday. The services at the Methodist Church were largely attended last Sunday morning. The third “mad” horse was killed in this neighborhood last week. Miss Ora Sullivan, who has been Musical Instructor at the Unllege tins session, leit ior ivier iflian last Saturday, much to the regret of her many warm friends and admirers. Miss Sullivan will also visit Hattiesburg before go ing to her home in McCornb City. Some of the neighborhood en joyed the first pic nic of the sea son on the river, la-t Wednesday, in honor of Miss Sullivan’s de parture. Crops are doing nicely—some corn worked out, a n d cotton planted. Mesdames John Pinson and “Buck” Waller spent last. Satur day in Binnsville, the guests o Mrs. J. 1>. Kidgway.’ “Quiltings” are becoming quite popular in our midst. Simon. To Whom It May Concern: There is a report in circulation to the effect that the negro, Torn Simpson, came near making hi escape from the jail last week and that files and drills and othei tools were found in the jail. I wish to correct this report by saying that Simpson has nevvi made any attempt whatever tc e^uipe, and there has never been any tools oi any description found in the jaii. John D. Thomas, Jailor. HELP IS OFFERED 1 TO WORTHY YOUNG PGOl'L E | Wc earnestly request all youn g persons, r.o rrt kter how limited their mean* or education, who v/ijh to obtain a thorough business trzdninz and £ro-> l,posi tion, to write by iirst mail for our jrreat halt-rate ofter. Success, independence and probable fortune arc guaranteed. Don’t delay. Write today. / Tlw CCelled, Kacciu Cu ANNOUNCEMENT, We nix authorized to announce J. II. CURKIK, of IjMKlciitote County, uh n candidate for Ooiurress from this <tln? f»th) Congivstdonal District, subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. We are authorized to announce A. M. BYRD, of NeshoWi County, as a candidate fot Con gress from t hi* (the 5th) Congressional Dis trict, subject to the action of the Demo cratic Party. Peden Pencilings. We are sorry to chronicle the illness ol T. J. Moore; nope loir him a speedy recovery. Miss Mary Gay is spending a few days with relatives at Kellis’ Store. Hull Watkins, wife and little daughter spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Watkins’ mother. Mrs. Jarvis. John Gully 1 and wile also were guests ot Mrs. | Jarvis over the same period. Mis es Lillie and Claudia War ren spent Saturday with, their sister, Mrs. Henry Myatt. Misses Hattie and Tip I’eden visited Misses Alma and Mamie Warren, Saturday night. Hull Adams and family, of Moscow, spent Saturday night and Sunday as guests of Sam Adams. Maury Hull visited his cousin, S. G. Adams, recently. Misses Lon, Alma and Ola j Clark, accompanied by their little ! brother Jasper, visited their aunt, Mrs. 13reekenridge, ot Preston, lust Saturday. Joe Hull, the popular mail-car rier on Route 2, is seen quite ol* ten in Pcden. What’s the attrac tion, Joe? S. W. Warren and family spent last Sunday with Mr. Warren’s j brother, E. S. Warren. Ilcnry Sanford and family were the guests of Sam Pedeu last Sabbath. Mrs. Lena Gath right has been sufJerinc with neuralgia the past j week. Dr. Mitchell extracted several molars for her Friday. Mrs. MeVey has been on the sick list, hut am glad to say is much improved at this writing. Mrs. Li'.aunu McNeill is visit* iug her daughter, Mrs. Pedeu. at Meridian. XX Dentil Was On His Heels. Jesse P. Morris, of Skippers, Va., had a close call in the spring of 1906. He says: “An attack ot pneumonia leit me so weak and with such a fearful cough that m y friends declared con sumption had trie, and death was on my heels. Then I was per suaded to try Dr. King’s New Discovery. It. helped me imme diately, and after taking two and a half bottles I was a well man again. 1 found out that Wew Discovery is the best remedy tor coughs and lung disease in all the world. bold under guarantee at J. K. Sharp’s and the Scooba Drug Co.’s drug stores. 50c. and §1 00. Trial bottle tree. Buis d’Arc. Well, “Carrye” is corning again and first she wants to Het straight a remark that was made in last week’s dots about Robert Bryan. Hu says, it’s a cinch, but things are not coming bis way out West, instead ol “coming bis way”.— Wonder what is the matter with Robert! Lie certainly said things looked pleasing out West. Mrs. Maude Keene, our last “hello girl”, is on the sick list this week. Clem Stuart and Toll Ilare, ot Scooba, were in our midst last Sunday. Some ol the girls weie thinking ol advertising for Toll, as lie was somewhat late in his visit to this “neck o’ the woods”; hut I suppose the relict was great when lie finally appeared. Things are fine around here: why, some ol uur farmers have cotton up, and it looks flourish ing. Our people are coming. Well, Mr. Kditor, I believe 1 asked a tew questions ot some o your readers, or you, in my Iasi note, and I will sure expect ai answer. Carrye. From Southern Star, April 1. Misses Mamie Thomas and Em ma Pool, of the Antioch commu nity, are the guest* <>t Misses Nodie and Kubie Thomas. Rev. J.G. Johnson, ot Scooba. delivered two very line sermons in tlie Presbyterian Church at this place Sunday morning and night. George Preston, a negro, was arrested by Constable P. L. Gol liber and brought to town yester day and lodged in jail. Preston is charged with selling whiskey in Meridian, and was out on hail and had jumped it. At a meeting oi the stoekhold ers of til'-- Hank ot DeKulh. held recently, the following officers and directors were elected: 8am O. Hell, president; Dr. 8. D. Sten n i s. vice president; directors— Sam (). Dell, Dr. 8. D. Stonnis, Dr. T. D. Stennis, J. <’. Hopper, D. II. Reed, John Gewin, E. A. | Key, Guy J. Kcncher and George j II. Ethridge. ! T \ I i ' i < , i i I » ii 111 it 11. 4 t uv urj;iw ti'n who shot ami killed the negro girl in the Kipling community a tew days ago, had a preliminary trial bejore Justice M. M. Light sey at iilackwater Saturday, and I ... I was sent back to jail without bond. It appears Irom the evi donee given in that the boy shot down the little negro girl without any p; evocation whatever. Mr. John Darnall shot and fa tally wounded Mr. Kicker l’ierce in a difficulty near White’s Store Wednesday afternoon. Pierce died at his home Friday. It seems that Pierce and a Mr. George were engaged in a quar rel down in George’s field, near a creek, when Mr. Darnall came j by with his gnu, he having been fishing, and remonstrated with them not to have any fuss; hut ! Pierce and George were deter mined to settle their troubles and I walked ott to tight, Mr. Darnall I following and sitting down by a I tree. Mr. Darnall noticed Pierce j draw his pistol and told him not ! to do that, that he and George ! must liirht lair, when Pierce took j deliberate anil and fired at Dar ! nail, and was in the act or shoot ing again when Darnall tired a load ot shot, into Pierce’s lace, | which knocked him down and • afterwards resulted in his death, about, tour ot the shot entering the right eye. Wo are informed I NOW is the Time to Purchase Your FERTILIZER! COTTON MMX*T Bring Best Results! MANUFACTURED BY Tupelo Fertilizer FACTORY, I 7 ' Tupelo, Miss. For Sale by All Leading Merchants ot Your Section. ■ X -r-g that the preliminary trial will come up tor hearing before ’ehjuive Oliver today. Norman If. Coulter, a promi nent architect, in the Delbert Building, San Francisco, says: “I! fully endorse all that has been j said of Electric Bitters as a tonic] medicine. It is good for every-i body. It corrects stomach, liver and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient, manner and builds tip the system.” Electric Bitters I is the heat spring medicine ever sold over a druggist’s counter; its a ldood purifier it is unequaled. 50c. at J. K. Sharp’s and the Seooba Drug Co.’s drug stores. " -■■ ■■ — . ——-| | IVER JOHNSON'S S“K,$3Jj8 ! I Latest lmprov ! ed Colt’s, Ivor ; Johnson, Smith i Sb Wesson. Our pleto Catalog:of an 1 mouse lino pma, ! and ammunition at 1 Wholesale Prices. Write for it today. JOHN FOSTEK COMPANY 2t»5-7 Decatur St. Tltlanta, CJtl. — Timber Land, Act June 3,1878 Notico for Publication. Department ot the Interior, United States Land Office, Jackson, Mies., Mar. 28,1908. Notice is hereby given that Guy Jack of Seooba, County of Kemper, State ot Mississippi, has applied to purchase, under the act of Congress ot June 3,1878, as extended by act ot August 4, 1892, the S. \V. Jr, Sec. 23, Tivp. 12 N., It. 17 E., Choctaw Meri (lian.and will oiler proof to show that the laml sought is more val uable tor its timber or stone than for agricultural purposes, and to establish his claim to said land before the Chancery Clerk, Kem per County, at DeKulb, Miss., on the 5th day of June. 1908. lie names as his witnesses A. A. Ilamtnack, W. It. Stewart, U J. Edmonds and L. N. Whittle, all of Seooba, Miss. Any and all persons claiming adversely the above-described lands afe requested to file their claims in this office on or betore said 51h day ot June, 1908. L. Q C. Lamar, Kegister * >4 HIS CHANCE IS GONE YOUR chanceIs here The question is, are you qualified to hold a re- mfl m sponsible position? Have you had a thorough com mercial training? Bankers, Merchants, and Manu- |g| M facturers want you if you are competent. NOW is Your e|§ H Chance. Two roads are open to young people. One SI requires no training and leads to failure. 1 he other Hw |H requires training and leads to success. We prepare ij| Sj young men and women and start them on the road - fl to success by securing them high-salaried positions. § j H Fine climate, board cheap. Write for illustrated cat- j|i B alog and further information, M a HATTIESBURG BUSINESS COLLEGE, HATTIESBURG, MISS. ■ _N_ B ft « I | « b 1 4 --- * * • » J *4 W-36-^-fft- E » •• •» i4 a _L33jII - • I . -W ~T’- » I it • p ■° 1 i I__ Ho.1 S FERGUSON’S LESSONS IN LAND NUMBERS. A book which should be in the hands of nil land owners as it simplifies descrip tions and minimizes the possibility of errors in writing deeds, mortgages, etc. A copy mailed to you postpaid upon receipt of price, 50 cc-nt3. Money back if not satisfied. THOS. M. FERGUSON, HATT1E3CUP.C, MISS. Wo have made an arrangement by which wo can furnish this vain able hook to new subscribers to the Herald and to those renewing and paying in advance, for 10 cents. Address aiIJJorders to The Kemper Herald, Scooba, Miss. THE REV. ERL R. HICKS Almanac and Magazine Should bo In every home in the land. Ilia weather predic tions can behad only in his own publicati on s. ,No other publisher is permitted to print them in any form, either with oi' without credit. Hie 1908 Almanac ex cels ail former editions in beauty and aluo, and sells forSoccnts, postpaid. tli3 monthly magazine, Word and Works, contains bis weather fore casts for each month, togethen with a. vast amount of the best family reading and costs 81. 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 bo without these pub lications. A ddress all orders to The Kemper Herald, Seooba Miss. I Before You Purchase Any Other Write THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE COMPANY ORANGE, MASS. Many f-owlng Machines aro made to sell regard less 01 Quality, but tha “ Now Heme ” is mad* to wear. Our guaranty lie* if runs out. We make Sewing Machines to suit all conditions of the trade. The ‘-New Home" s'.andsatths head of nil Hlifl»-;;ri.«l«»family sewing machine* Mold by authorized dealers ouly. '- - The Kemper IIerald and The American Farmer One Year lor $1.00. 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