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EDITOR'S NOTE: This is a true to the letter reproduction of the August 5, 1916 edition of the Stone County Enterprise. I ,) 7 Local W. R. Smith, member of coun- ty board from beat 5, was in town Tueay. Prof. Robt Hester of Klarbee, is here Visiting his brother Rank, for a few days. Prof. Jim Broom of George County is in Wiggins tor a few days with friends. B. TPrice is nursing a bad hand, caused by sticking a splinter in it a few days ago A. J. Bond of Big Level, was here Wednesday evening enroute home from Gulfport where he had been on business. Rev. J. L. Sells is at Knoxo, holding a meeting. The pulpit at the Methodist Church here tomorrow will be filled by young James Sells. Miss Roberta Simmons will return to Purvis today" after a week here with Miss May Boone, who will return to Purvis with Miss Simmons to visit Friends for several days. J. H. Clark of Florida, was here "lMesday The guest of D. M. Miles. Mr. Clark Lives in the orange belt and has ,sold His 1916 crop of oranges of 12 acres For $2,000. J. Z. Mayo, sheriff of Holmes county Florida was here Monday and took back with him Jimmie Meiga, a 12-year- old boy living with his parents at Stillmore on a minor charge. Miss Grace Breland went to Bay Springs, yesterday to visit her sister M. Rogers. Miss Grace will also visit at the home of Rev. J, E. Glenn and family at Laurel on her return home. C.H. Lindsey, representing X. A. Kromer, Architect of Magnolia, wa here 'I'ueay For the purpo of showing plans and Specifications for a new courthouse. Bring JONES you fresh yard eggs. MUST QUIT EATING CROP BEFORE MADE South Must Stop Time- Honored System Of Economic Suicide, Says H, G. Hastings Atlanta, Ga.-(Special) The people of The south must quit eating their cotton or other so- called 'cash crop' before it is made if they ever expect to accumulate wealth and have the comforts and luxuries of life due them" says H. G. Hastings, agricultural vice president of the Atlanta Chamber of commerce, and a foremost authority on farm condidons in the southeast. 'The south must stop forever its time-honored system of economic suicide," says Mr. Hastings "Advance steps were made last year toward a condi- tion of farm independence in the Cotton Bell They were forced steps it is true, but they marked same and an advance just the same in more bread and meat, more grain, forage and other food and ted stuffs were made in 1915 than ever before, with the result there are tens of thousands of farm- ers better off than in the past years, despite short crops and business depression. With higher cotton prices, it is going to be a great tempta- tion to drop back into the old habit of putting cotton or whatever other cash crops one maybe grow- ing in pawn for bread and meat. We are suffering today from the old system forced on us by the Civil war, neces,,mry then, but unnecessary now. "'Year after year we have stayed in the same old rut as a matter of habit, eating our crops, so to speak, before they were made, a financially suici- dal txlicy for the farmer, each year putting his nose a little closer to the credit grindstone. "If the south had not been so rich in natural resources, this system would have bankrupted us long ago. What's the answer? It is home production by each farmer Of every, dollars worth of food and grain supplies needed on his farm that Is pos- sible to grow on his own acres. This means good big home gardens: hogs, chickens, cows ,and something to feed thee,on through The year." LIVER TROUBLE "'I am Lothered by liver trouble aout twice a year,'" writes Joe Dingman, Webster, Zity. Iowa. I have pains in ny sides and back and an ,wful soreness in my stonaach. 1 heard of Chambedain's Tablets and tried them. By the time 1 had used half a botde of them I was feeling fine and had no signs of pain." Obtainable everywhere. LOST-A ladies Rain Coat on Thursday of this week between Wiggins and Stillmore. Finder will please deliver to Enterprise office and receive reward. THE BEST LAXATIVE To keep the bowels regular the best Laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a Full glass of water half an hour before Breakfast and eat an abundance of fruit and veg- etables, also establish a regular habit and be sure your bowels move once each day. When a medicine is needed take Chamberian's Tablets. They are pleasant to take and mild and gentle in effect. Obtainable every- where. Malaria or Chills & Fever Prescription No. 666 is pre- pares especially For MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER, Five or six doses will break any cold, and if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not return. It acts on the liver better than Calomel and does not gripe or vicken, 25c Summer Tourists Reduce00 In [fled May 15 Tickets on Sale Daily to Various Summer ResorLs in the South, East, and West, via--- Tickets limited to return October 31, and permits stop- overs enroute. For other information, comunicate with nearest ticket agent, or Jno.. Wood, D. E A. Meridian, Miss BIG REMNANT AND ODD LOT SALE Begins Wednesday August 9th Kennedy & Company A chance to buy at your own price. 5000 yards Lawns at 5c to 8c, originally sold at 10c to 50c. All canvas shoes at actual cost. Straw Hats and Millinery Goods below cost. 20 beautiful Dress Patterns worth $1 or more, will be given away to first 20 married ladies that enter our store and make purchases on the opening days. Room must be made for Fall stock. This is your chance to buy goods away below cost. Meet us Wednesday Morning, August 9th. Kennedy & Company Wiggins, Mississippi % O:X" .4 PP00O 1'.4 L Then pay for it in $5 payments if you decide to, : keep it, : The one Standard "Talking Machine" :'i of the world-- This $50 Columbia Grafonola, With full outfit of double disc records--- 26 selections, including the famous Sextette from "Lucia and Quartette from "Rigoletto." On 3 days free trial--the whole outfit subject to your acceptance and approval. For Machine and In $5 payments full outfit of $60 o, terms records agreeable SMITH PIANO CO. :Xl(I$tl I, ,X! ,, II It ll II I ELECTRIC LIGHTS consiDered. CH00APE00 ,HAN OTHER KIND. Let us Figure With You. __ m Hi Wiggins Electric Light Complny I I i ,,,,,U ..................... ill . ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION BE 1T KNOWN, that the undersigned Citizens of the State of Mississippi do hereby voluntarily associate ourselves together i'or the purpose of forming a Banking Corp#ration under the laws of the State of Mississippi, and do herehCertify: Firstl Uat the name of this ia91I_r on ;hall be the Second--That the place where its business is to be transacted is at Wiggins. in the State of MississippL Third---That the purpg for which This corporation is organized or formed Is to trammel commercial banking business in accordance with the provisions of the laws of the State of Mississippi gov- erning banks and banking. Fourth---That the amount of capital stock of this corpora- tion all be Ten Thodsand Dollars. Fifth---That the names and places of residence of the stockholders, and the number of shares held by each are as follows; Name No. of Shares Jas D. Caver 20 Rumesey Pendley 50 Nat Owens, 30 Gulfport, Miss Sixth---This the term for wjich this Corporation is to exist is Fifty Ye. In witness whereof we have hereunto Subscribed our names this the 16th day of June, ta. D. 1916 Nat Owens Rummy Pendley Jas D. Caver State of Mississippi, County of Harrison Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public in and for the said County and State Nat Owens, who is personally known to me. he be the me erSon which executed the ping instrument of writ- ing, and for himself duly acknowledge the executes there of as his free and volun- ta act and deed. In testimony whereof I have here unto suh- ribed my name and affixed my Notorial Seal this the 16 day of June, A. D. 1916 Seal Chas Icom, N(miry Public State of Mississippi, County of Stone Personally appeared before me, a Notary PiJblic in and for the said County and State Rumsey Pendley and James D. Cavers who are Personally known to me to be the same ,plli who executed the for- going m_ff writi, ug and elach'Tri  himself duly acknowledge the execution thereof as his free and volun- tary act and deed. In testimony whereof I have here unto sut)- scribed my _name and affixed my rotonal Seal this the 21 day of June, A. D. 1916 Seal J. E Robinson, Notary Public i " CHURCHES : : BAPTIST SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY 11 A.M. AND 7 P.M. Sunday School every Sunday Morning 10 O'clock Prayer Meeting every Thursday Night ..................... METHODIST Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday 11 A.M. AND 7 P.M. Sunday School every Sunday Morning 10 O'clock ..................... PRESBYTERIAN Services 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. every 3rd Sunday. Rev. W. A. Hall, Pastor Advertising PAYS! I III II CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE Dodson's Liver Tone" Starts Your Liver Better Tha Colomel and Doesn't Salivate or Make You Sick Listen to me! Take no more sickening, salivating calomel when billions or constipated. Don't lose a day's work! Calomel is mercury or quick- silver which causes necrosis of the bones, Calomel, when it comes into contact with sour bile crashes into it, breaking it up. This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you are sluggish and "all knocked out", if your liver is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dizzi- ness, coated tongue. If your breath is bad or stomach .sour, just take a spoonful of harm- less Dodson's Liver Tone on my guarantee. Here's my guarantee-Go to any drug tore and get A 50c bottle of Dodson's Live Tone. Take a spoonful tonight and if it does- n't straighten you fight up and make you feel fine and vigor- ous by morning I want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone is destroying the sale Of calomel because it is real liver medicine; entirely vegetable, Therefore it can not salivate or make you sick. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's Liver Tone will put your slug- gish liver to work and clean your bowels of the sour bile and consdpated waste which is clogging your system and making you feel miserable. I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone will keep your endre family feeling fine i'or months. Give it to your children. It is harmless, does n't gripe and they like its pleasant taste.