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J THE CHURCHES. pvsBTTWltf A »—Service* on Ut and-trd Jdity« in each iiioiitla itt II a. im. and 7 ji. iI.n..lohn^n( I'dfitor. Jl bath School nt W:Si n. in.: H. T. Hath y*’lntt!»i*Jeiit. fei Ho*urr-Hei vh,*« on '2m*\ Sunday in *fi month ut 11 n. in. and 7 p. in. Ji*o, W. |hi»\th School nt Orhnn. ni.; H. H. Ku>k jtill, Superintendent. ptin*- Service* on 4tb Sunday In each i»t h * t II n. in. mid 7 p. in. W. 11. Thump /.ihliat’i School at 9;:*» a. in. W.J. Ihir , Superintendent. Secret and Praternal. htTersoii Tjodge No. 140, A. K. dr A. M.. - icts Thursday, on or before the first full km In each month, at lu o’clock n. m. A. A. IIamm*\< k, Secretury. • - icooba I odge No. 15c, K. of 1*.. meet* the and 2nd Monday nights in each! month. 7 o'clock. <>, KAs ri.ANu. U. (J. Tax Rahii. K. of R. and s. le.oAhn. Oi.inn Nn.74. W. O. W.. meet* the l ami 3rd ruc.sdny nights in t*nch month. 17o’clock O. T. Pom;lasm, <\<1. |T. W. Oa htkK, Olerk. Scooba Tjodffe No.2,4.V>. FC.of K., th 1 .and 3rd Tuesday nlffhts of <*iirh month, f m o'clock. AV. MoD. Mookk. Reporter. pcooba T^rtore No. 2.7H7, K. and L. of If r eets the first and third Fridays in each “ontli at 7 o’clock p. m. J. AV.Oartkk, Protector. W. Rtritttteiis. Secretary. ITOWN AND COUNTY. Miss Helen Turner visited Meri an this week. fJ’lie Board of Supervisors met in eKalb this week. Hon. R. K. Wilbourn. of Meridian, lent file Sabbath in Scooba. See the new dross goods at the ore of the Duke Mercantile Co. Freeh Bread and Oakes on hand at all I nes, at .Tack Bros. A. A. Hammaek lias Coffins, Cas its, and a general supply of T'nder ker’s Goods, at lowest prices. A fine line of Laces and Embroi iries now on sale l>v the Duke Mercantile Co. Just received—a supply of Wicks id Chimneys for “Kayo” Lamps the Scooba Drug Co's. I” We regret to note that Mrs. H. A. Deaton has been quite ill this week; (he is somewhat improved at this vriting. After a very pleasant sojourn of icveral weeks with friends in Meri (ian. Miss Mary Trammill returned tome Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Znck Stuart, of Mar ihall, Texas, are visiting the latter’s larents. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kitch ens, at Binnsville. Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Anderson uid little daughter anil Dr. Kate IB j I 1 ^ V.M QMIHJIKMUn, tH * ^UCnlB u* .'II . 'and Mrs. Sam T. Watts. : Mrs. T. J. Ferguson and little son, kvho Inave been visiting the lady’s Tatiier, Mr. W. A. Ashford, returned to Hattiesburg Tuesday. Mrs. Annie Wllhourn left Satur day for Macon, and will probably eoend several weeks with her daugh ter, Mrs. John A. Tyson. | Fob Sale.—One tine young horse, about four years old, unbroken; ap ply to John T. Kryan, Burnsville, Miss. "We sure gratified to be able to state that Mr. Tom Davis is much im proved, and there is every reason now to believe that ho will recover. W. S. Bareiield, Dental Surgeon, of Brooksville, will be at the McCa lehti House. Scooha, Monday, April ilJth. arod will remain for four or live days. ltev. Jno. W. Ramsey, Miss Ruble Stuart and Mr. f’ieve Boyd are in Meridian this week, attending the district meeting of the Epworth League. Mr. (bn). If. Polk lias been award ed the contract to build the scaffold, I in Hie jail-yard at BeKulb, upon which to hang Tom Simpson on the 21th i ust. The Millinery Department of the Rosenbaum Store is now ready for business—they have something to suit the taste of everybody. The ladies are invited to call and see for themselves. Drs. It. Mitchell and L. Mayo having met with such good success in iltting glasses last Saturday, have determined fro spend Saturday, the 11th inst., at the Met'ulehb House, Seoebu. If in need of glasses, you would do well to call and see these g.-nttlembn. Born.—About » n. in. Saturday, April Mb. at their Imho* In Macon, t<> Mr. and Mr*. John A. Tyson, a son — Kggt**ton Will.ourn Tyson. w> understand. Tli* many friend* ol Mr. and Mr*. Tyson in thi* **ctiot will Join as in tendering rongratilla tion*. and in **pre«*ing the hop* that th* little fellow mav livc.and thrive and grow up to be. ineiitalli and tnorailv. a* much of a man a* We liave every reason to believe hi* I'ncle Kg|rleat«nt" b*. Al| are invited t*» attend serv Ice. at tb« Methodist <'hurelt next Mon day. Tlie pastor will Ix gin a eerie, of MernioriNon the parat.h-scontained in tlie Wtlichapter of Matthew. The discourse Sunday at II a. m. will t* l.ased on tlie parable of “The Wheal ami tlie Tare*", and at night on tin parable* of ‘‘The Mustard Seed" and “The Leaven". Th* pastor reijti.sti all (lie iiiemlx r* of hi* church to t* present, so lie call hold coiift relict after service. Otir "I’ncle John" think* of hav ing hi* whisker* amputated *bi« tiiinguf having one’s grandnephew. run tlieir mol*s*o*-*meared finger, tti rough one's l.earil Is not ralcu laied to improve one’* temper; ami ax tile indication- are that he will have more of it to tear in the future than in the past, he ha-- about d> - rided to a do tit heroic remedy. And rigtit here is where ur «t Morrison laugh*—loud and long. At John Robison’s Feed and Sab S tables you w ill now And another large consignment of lior-os and mules, suitable for all classes ot work—riding, driving, or plowing. Some fine broodmares in the hunch. Come and get an animal] wiittahh |to your needs, before they are picked over and the best ones gone. The congratulations of Ids numer ous friends are bring tendered Mr. Geo. H. Polk, the “stork" having left at liis house about 7 o'clock la-t evening, April the Kth. u bright boy baby. Mother and child are doing well, and we trust that nothing less than “doing weir’ may ever he said of either of them. Mr. Will Parnell informs us that lie has received much encourage ment as to liis move in the direction of an independent telephone com pany to conned Hinnsville with I »* - Kalb and other points. It is proba ble that he will call a meeting i f those interested in a few days. Miss I,nolle Douglass spent several days of the week with her father, Mr. A. W. Douglass; returning to Macon Monday; site was accompa nied hy Mrs. Douglass, who will spend a week or more with relatives in that section. Mrs. Carrie Alexander and Miss Ruth Tarit.of DeKnlb, spent Friday and Saturday in Scooba; the former was the guest of her brother. Mr. C. D. McAUum, while flic latter was a visitor of the Misses Annette and Avis Hopper. The 2nd Quarterly Conference for the Scooba charge will meet at Wa halak Methodist Church next Tues day at 2;:t0 p. in. The Rev. Dr. W. 0. Black, the Presiding Klder. will preside, and will preach Tuesday night. Our good friend Mr. N. At. Taggart and little son Pet ins have returned from a lengthy sojourn with tela tives at Abbeville, S. ('., and later in Florida. Both appear to have been bene fit ted by their trip. Mr. K. B. Stewart left Saturday for Marietta, (la,, to spend a couple of weeks with bis wife and babv. It. is understood that when lie returns Mrs. Stewart and their little son will accompany him. Mrs. A. C. Webb, after a short visit to her sister, Mrs. Richard Adams of Shuqualak, returned Fri day, accompanied by Miss decile and Master'Howard Adams of the place mentioned. At the meeting of the Board of Supervisors this week, the contract to build a bridge across Shiliam mack Creek, on Gainesville and Scooba road, was awarded to Mr. (Jeo. J. Webb. Mrs. R. K. Wilhourn and littleson. >f Meridian, and Miss Mary Cox, of Columbus, were guests at tbe hospi table Itonie of Mrs. Annie Wilbourn for a week or more, leaving Tuesday for Columbus. Mr. John Guilford left Monday for the western part of the countv, and will try’, through a week’s Vojourn in the bills, to break the chills that have been troubling him for several months past. We learn that commencing June 1st, a rural free delivery route will be operated from Scooba to Skipper [lost-olllc.e, three times a week, and lhat Mr. JI. H. Moore will be the ■arrler. HOC F. STUART’S Sale & Trade Stables, Jack’s Old Stand, Scooba, Miss. -DEAl.EIt IN- ' Wagons, Huggics, Harness, Xv HULLS, COTTON SEED MEAL, COHN, HAY, And All Other’ Feed Stutls. *t6“A Specialty on Alfalfa Hay—§1.00 per Bale. Lowest Market Brices—Satisfaction Guaranteed. JACK BROS., Scooba, Miss., Staple and Fancy Groceries; -SPEOIA LT1ES ___ ■ ■ __r, _— . WI5 WANT YOUR BANKING BUSINESS! No Matter How Small: No Matter How Large: The Bank of Kemper, SCOOBA, MISSISSIPPI, v: J Will Give It Careful Attention. --\ orrtrKKH: Jof ( kami f Prt“ic|i»nt; Sam T. Watt's, Vice-Prea.; M. I!, Ki ykkniiai.1 . Uaahler; JM. A i>a ms, A is'r Cashier. jr_^ Arriving Daily— F.legunt hi* I up-to-date Millinery Nov eltien— something to phase ev ery body. We are now prepared to tit yon up | lor file Spring and Hummer in a : manner suitable to your style and | at a price to suit, your means. Call and inspect our Pattern Mats —vve call suit you. M i i.i.ixntv ItKl' VKrat:NT, The liosciihaum Ht**rc. Aiikntb WASTKiil-llvai Cravon Portraits, 40 cents; frames, lu rents and lip; sheet pictures, I cent each. You can make 11*1 percent profit, or per week. Catalogue and sam ples free. Fkank W. Wii.i.i v hs C«.. ISjk W. Tavhir St.. Chicago, 111. sheriff J. I,. Harbour was here to day and took hack with him, to the county jail. Alan Italy (color, d* of the Itinnsville section, sent up l*y ’Siptire Daniel on a diarge of as saulting n negro girl named Kttu Nicholson. Mr. W, H. Stuart is now tin* local representative of the Tupelo Fertili zer Factory, nod handles the cele brated “Cotton Itelt" brand. II i» business, principally, is to sill to dealers throughout the county. Mr. J. J. Scott this week received and housed his tlrst car of ice, and is now prepared to serve the perspir ing public witti "llte cooler”, leave your order* with either Put or Itillie Scott, for prompt attention. As large n line, if not the largest of Sprint; and Summer dress goods as lias ever lleen received lit li store ill Scnoba at ole time, was opened up tliis week at the store of the Duke Mercantile <*o. A beautiful line of Millinerv. from St. lands, just arrived. Pattern lints a specialty—call and see I lieui. Re spectfully, VitssS. IIamki, Hilinsville. Miss. For Rkxt or Silk.—Tlie .Wtherv place, just Wi st of the Scoolta Aoiul oinv grounds. Apply to 'D wtN Nkthkky. SliiKpialak, Miss. “Klcaya” (the latest) Cream and Face Powders, for the holies, now on sale by the Sl'OOIIA Dki <i Co. Honor Roll. Miss Pearl Keimmi's room—Joint Quarles, Annie Morrison, Katie Thor lie! I, Mabel Howell, OhieKtuart. Miss Karlina Holt's room—Emmet Stuart, Itohelia Warren, Alice Stal lings, Mabel Morrison, Ha Edmonds, Sadie Edmonds, Jewel Stuart, l.yda Stuart, Maymo Harmon, Kathleen Mooney, Carrie MeCrory, Clara Warren. Mis-s lamia Adams’ room—Third grade: Clyde Parties, Prtbhie l.ee Woodruff, Arthur MeCrory; First grade: Currie Hallford, Luten Adams. Subscribe tor The Uekald. Pleasant Family Rc-union. At the residence of our good old friend Mr. Wi'liam A. /Ashford, about three miles east of,Seooba, for several davs of the past week there has been gathered quite a number of Ins descendants, the occasion be ing the‘.turd anniversary of the birth ! of the gentleman named,, which oc curred on Sunday, April 5th. In addition to Mr. Hen Ashford, who lives with his father, there were present Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Adams, of Wahalak, Mrs. T. J. Ferguson and little son James, of Hattiesburg, Mr. and Mrs. 1>. <Harbour and two little daughters Carrie and Helen, of Daleville—the three ladies mentioned being daughters of Mr. Ashford. We are gratified tube able Jostale that this old gentleman is enjoying I good health. He walks about tlie place daily, and, save for failing eyesight, is us hearty as the average man of seventy. Mr. Ashford at one • time dubbed himself “Lucky Hill”; I that his good luck will stay with I him and tluit. he may live to pass the century mark without feeling in** weariness tncninneni to me years, is a wish in which all who know Itiin will join the editor of tills paper. Couts--(Jilbert. At Cilronelle ('hatnuijua, 1 p. m. April fill, I HUB, Itev. K. A. Chase of ('iiroiielle otlfeiat ing, ciss Lora (Ji 1 - ] Ix*rt, of Chiinchula. Ala., to vr. Ar thur (i. Coiits, of Bucyrus, Ohio. The happy couple departed Mon day afternoon, via Mobile aliil Cin cinnati, for their home in I lie Xorl h. Cards were out announcing this marriage at tin* resilience of the Pride's parents on April 5th, hut to retaliate on their friends for a "Sur prise shower" on Thursday evening nn vinns. they attended theChatat - i|ita and wen* married while tlie.e I on the 4th. The above was sent us as an inter esting news item, by a friend ill I ( hunehula. and we gladly glvo it i spar . The happy young bride is a I granddaughter of Mrs. M. C. Adams j of tliis place, and spent part of last summer here, making many friends. All w ill join us in wishing for tier and tier husband a life whose shad ows will bo but as the evening’s shades to days of sunshine. See un Optician--If I If your eyes burn of hurt you, or if you can’t see well, you need; glasses. If you havV any of tliej above troubles, or B your glasses do not suit you, you slitudd see our op-; ticiaiis, l»rs. J. B. Brow n, C. L. Vta.vo 1 and B. Mitchell, while in your conn- i tv. The above gentlemen will rail <>n you soon witli tin* latest instill-! nu ui Is for testing I be eyes and lilting! glasses. \V« have .W business in! West Boint, and guarantee all our work. Mi k hku Oitioal Co., 42 Court Street, \k ' si I • Ilia. We will Iwftt IbHblrf'tllebhMuuKe j in Seoolut fur rr dwv only—Satur- i day, April 411 , and "ill lent eye* free of charge . 1$. MlTCilKIA, <’. I.. Mayo. Fast, r Fin: Hunt! Tile l.itilP* Aid Society of liie M. K. Oil Web have decided lo hold the Kinder Kgg Hunt on the lawn ill front of the residence* of Mr*. I). It. Kvnua and Mr*. N. W. Hopper (In* Hiead of in front of the home of Mr. and Mr*. S. T. Warty!, and on Fri day alternoon, the 17th, iu place of Saturday. Tlic Kgg Hi nt propar will begin at o’clock, and ail tin* little1 folk* of town arc invited to partici- j pale. Led them all collie out—a good j time 1* assured till KM. > *■ KefreHlniient* wilLbf wold during flic afternoon ainftevetiiuif, for the | benefit of tkc <'lunch. lie 4lot Wliiif lit* Nectlctl. “Nine year* ago it looked a* if my 1 time had come," eaya Nr. C. Karlhing, j of Mill Creek, Iudiau Terr. “1 art ao ruu down that lila hung ou a very slen der thread. It was then uiy druggiRl recommended Fleet tic Milters. I bought a bottle and 1 got what l needed— a'reegifi. I had one 4>ol iu the grave, but !•'. ectric Bitter* put it hack on liie njrf again, ami I’ve been well ever ■ ir.ee ’’ Sold under guarantee nt .1 K. i Sharp’* *nd tha Scooha lhug C'4.’i drug more*. Wj. I Unclaimed Letters. Following is a list of unclaimed letters remaining in tin* post-office at Scooba for tlie month of March. Parlies calling for same will please state “advertised”: Males—J. N. Adams, Tros Host**, Jno. Baker, Albert Poe, Will Kobin, Jno. Malhirs, Beu Jamison, Sam Dale (col.), If. H. Larniche. J. W. Lodn.Jno. Lawson, B. N. Lee, Chits. Lawson, T. M. Me Mullins, J. W. Dn ren, William Glaspor, Kicli Lawson. James Winson, L. 8. Stanton. Females—.Mrs. Laura \\ ramsey, Mrs. Della Mosley, Mrs. Carrie Janes, Mrs. Loyer Ford. Mrs. Sallie Forte ner (2), Mrs. L. L. Thompson, Mrs. Qracie Head, Mrs. Savanah Morgan. Mrs. Jooner Wright, Mrs. Elizabeth Handy. Mary White, Hattie Dovers, Millie Whitt, Florence Anderson. Sarah Herse, Nettie Long, Hanab Owens, Jennie Lovis. Tlmly Oswalt, Blanch A ugh, Maud Keene, Rebec ca Kicks. Post-cards—Kate West, Margaret Corman, Miss Gary, Jim Wilkerson, Louis Clasper, J. C. Long. The Hattiesburg Business College. On the opposite page of this week’s paper will he found an advertise ment of tlie Hattiesburg Business College, tlie system of which lias been tried and proven by the best business colleges all over the United States. Courses in bookkeeping. nmu i umm i(y pew i 11 nu; tuuni i* tute the curriculum at the Hatties burg school, and graduates there from have proven highly satisfacto ry wherever employed. Hattiesburg is a pleasant place to live in—n highly moral town, safe for the sojourn of the young and im pressionnl. The climate is fine, the railroad facilities first-class, board ing rates reasonable, modern conve niences, location healthful. You cannot do better, if you have a son or daughter whom you are considering giving a business edu cation, than to write to J. J. Fergu son, principal of this institution, for full information on the subject. A Fare Bargain! The editor of t his paper lias been “put wise’’ to a first-class prairie plantation, about, seven miles from Scooba, Containing 240 acres—190 of which is in cultivation and the bal ance above average timber for prai rie land—that can he bought at a bargain for cash; place contains a good dwelling house and out-build ings, also three tenant houses and two barns; is well watered. For fur ther information address this oflice. Plenty of Trouble is caused by stagnation of the liver at d bowels. To get rid of it and headache and biliousness and the poison that brings jaundice, take Dr. King’s New Life l’ilis, the reliable purifiers tHat rlo rhe work without grinding'or griping 25c. at .1. K. Sharp's and the Scooba Drug Co’s drug stores. C.Do you remember, as a boy, how delighted you were with your first STEVENS? Truly an event at that time. Give YOUR LJOY a STEVENS now. Will add to his happiness an7*education. MAKE A r.TAN OF YOUR BOY I If you cannot obtain ETEVEN3 RIFLES— For 5 centa EH0T0UNS- In itampi to FI3T0L3 pay po tago, we from your Dealer, will send you we ship direct, cur eoaiplcte •rprozi prepaid, 1G0-page Flre upon receipt of aria Catalog. Catalog Price. J. STEVENS ARMS & TOOL CO. P. 0. Box 400S. Chicopee Falls, Mass. Something to Read. The long \vi>t >r evenings will soon be hire, aid ycu will want something to \>i..le away tlie time— something to read. We can furnish >ui subscribers w th the following papers at tile pr ces quoted: The Herald and tl.e Commer ialApp al, (weekly).f.l 25 The Herald and the Memphis New..-Scimitar (weekly)..1 15 The Herald andthfc Meridian Star (weekly).1 40 The Herald and St. Louis Re public (t\\ iee-a- week )and Karra Id ogress (a hist class agricul tural i aper).1 35 The Herald and The Com moner (William J. Bryan’s f-iper).1 60 The Ileruld and the New York World (tri weekly)....,1 65 The Ilerald andlSouthem Ag riculturist (semi-monthly).1 25 The Herald and the Toledo Blade (weekly)..1 25 1 lie Herald and Home and farm (probably the South's greatest agricultural paper).1 25 Any and all of these proposition? .ire good ones, and you cannot tail to find something interesting und in -a active in whichever you may re lift. For any information address: THE KEMPER HERALD. SCOOBA. MISS. Subscribe lor Tub IIeualu. REGA L For LADIES and GENTS 8:150. 84.00 and S5.00 -AT THE Duke Mercantile Co.’s. _ '•* * V WHEN SICKNESS COMES ~ ^ YOU NEED A GOOD ONE I m *ML, Tin* more celt lea lithe illness, the greater nee.! you have for a reliable s#> Drug Htore. The Doctor is flrstr, of course, in sick less or Injury, but ^ £ A Drug: Store || f Such as Ours 5k and as capable of supplying medlelm-s and sick-room goods of highest duality, Isa prime requisite. You nev»*r need the drug store more than when sickness comes, and then you need a good one. Jg | J. K. SHARP, 1 “The Druggist. V* ^ J' TV* • ▼ 'T' * » T » -F w T ■»■ * ■» » ’ ■» 1 ’ w ’ “ - w “CASCADE” la the linest Flour, made out ot Pure White Winter Wheat every Parrel guaranteed, and money refunded it not aatialue tory. I alao keejt on hand the celebrated Fraud “ELK.” - ' Joe Cramer, AtiRNT. BCOOFA, MISSISSIPPI, We Want Everybody in Scooba —*<sssj5?&»to hi:k oi'i:•^zaz®3’— HIGH GRADE WRITING PAPERS—IN BOXES. 10c. to ti-rM*. a Box. Envelopes to match. Nothing nicer-for polite correspondence. WE HANDLE HOADLEY’S CANDIES! Otif Stock of Foreign and Domestic Kxtracts, Toilet Waters, Face Powder* and Dreams, uutl all those nlee little appurtenances that go to make up My Lady’s Dresser—'Newest a nd Best In Town. Foley s < ’re tin lit -V. a l>ot lie; w ill keep your hands soft and white in spite of March winds. Our Proscription Department! Our Soda Fountain! -ONLY THE BEST! We have stocked " Wedlock's"and Southern Sarsaparilla. KveryUaly need* n Blood Purifier and I'onlc in the Spring. Don't forget our Store when y°u need Drugs. Our floods are all New and Fresh Scooba Bnig Co. Prompt and Ktticlont Service rendered—Day or Night. ------- ■' .—. ? k M NEW STORE! NEW GOODS! | W. H, STUART, -DEALER IN General Merchandise. ■■aammwM'fliM'w—M————— Special Attention Paid To I CRAIN, FEED A^D HAY TRADE. Jj BRICKS AND BUIIjDING NATFRIAL j, CONSTANTLY IN STOCK. Mercantile Stationery! Neatly Printed—at This Office.