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The Semi-Weekly Leader. I
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. Saturday, Dec. 2, 1905. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Illinois Central R. R. Trains now pass Brookhaven as fol lows: NORTH. No. 2-10:41 p. m. No. -4- 12:49 p. m. No. 6_ 9:03 p. m. No. 24 .. 11:10 a. m. No. 92—Local Freight. 8:50 a. m. SODTH. No. 1- 7:28 a. m. No. 3_ 4:45 p. tn. No. 5. 4:34 a. m. No. 23_6:12 p. m. No. 95—Local Freight. 1:00 p. m. TOWN AND COUNTY. See The Leader about your Job Printing. Miss Myrtis Price spent Thurs day at her home in Ruth. Mrs. Jyrne Nixon is enjoying the week with Jackson relatives. “Its fresh if its Jacobs”—made last night. Ask Price Drug Co. Frank Aylward has returned from a pleasant visit to New Or leans. Mrs. P. Z. Jones is enjoying a visit from Mrs. Ella May, of To peka. Miss Rose Nalty is the guest of her cousin, Miss Mary McGill, at Jackson. The East Union Lumber Yard sell Red Cypress shingles; they are the best. Mrs. W. II. Frizell left yester day for a visit with her mother, at Port Gibson. Every body get ready for Christmas. That is what they are doing at Price's. Mr. and Mrs. \\. T. Last, of Newton, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Connelly. Everything for Christmas at Price’s. Save disappointments by buying there early. M rs. \Ym. Rutledge, of Sum mit, has been the guest of her sis ter, Mrs. E. S. Cox. If you want Christmas toys and joys cheap and plentiful, come to Brookhaven to buy. M iss Nita Foret, of Thibodeaux, La., is again the charming guest of Miss Josie Becker. Rev. and Mrs. T. E. Webb, of Smithdale, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. (jlermany. Miss Josie Heuck, Mrs. Charles Heuck and Mrs. Wolfe spent Tuesday at the Capital. Mrs. Frank Parsons and Miss Mary returned home Tuesday, af ter a visit to Pelahatchie. The price of cotton was a little weak yesterday. The Brookha ven market closed at 11.15. Mills & East Co. handle the El Pervino Bananas, the best eating Banana grown. Try them. Watches and chains for every body at Price’s. No old stock— everything fresh and new. Mrs. John II. Johnson accom panied Mrs. L. J. Cuming on a visit to New Orleans Tuesday. China from all the principle factories of the old world will be displayed at Price’s this year, Mrs. Janies Ay 1 ward and little son, of Hastings, Penn., is ex pected on a visit to relatives liere. Our knives, razors and scissors will give you satisfaction or your money back. Moodie’s Hardware Store. This issue of The Leader is a few hours late, owing to the fact that our entire force observed Thanksgiving. Don’t forget the holiday sales of the Methodist ladies next Thursday, next door to Mrs. Cope’s residence. Mr. Tbos. E. Smith, of Red Star,' has been attending court here and was an appreciated call er on Wednesdaj'. High grade carpenters’ tools at catalogue prices—Moodie pays the freight. Get prices at Moodie’s Hardware Store. * All during the month of Decem ber Dr. Van Watts will do the best guaranteed Dental Work known, for one-half usual charges. Submit your estimates to the East Union Lumber Yaid before buying lumber, shingles or build ing material. Will save you money. Mrs. Pace, one of Memphis’ ideal ladies’, is with her daughter in-law, Mrs. Pace, of this city, and will spend the winter in Brookhaven. . We give you more pieces with a stove than any other store in Brookhaven and save you a dollar or two besides—try us. Moodie’s Hardware Store. Mr. John Hughes came up from New Orleans Sunday and accompanied his wife home, after she enjoyed a protracted visit with her grand-mother, Mrs. Bee, and other relatives. s Columbia Dry Batteries 25 cents each. In lots of ten or more, 23 cts. each. At C. B. Perkins’ Hard ware Store. Mrs. W. H. Smith had a bright Thanksgiving day with her sweet school girl daughter, Miss Meta, home from Belbaven, and with her guests, Mrs. Mary James, and Miss Mary Peter James, of Jack son. Business is booming. It’s a snap—the cold weather. The Board of Supervisors meets Monday. M iss Ethel Ratcliff is spending the week in Jackson. The Penn Furniture Company leads—others follow. Mill and gin supplies cheap at Moodie’s Hardware Store. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Seavey spent yesterday at the capital. Radiators have been placed in the waiting rooms at the depot. Orders taken at The Leader of fice fo^jngriui»«l visiting cards. iifral"i!Eana Shaw, of Norfield, is one of Seavey’s attractive clerks. Ike VV. Hoskins is visiting Brookhaven relatives and- friends. Miss Fannie Maxwell spent Thanksgiving Day with Jackson friends. Bananas, nine for a dime, twen ty-five for two-bits, at Mills & East Co. Sherman McNair came home from the State University to en joy the 30th. The walks around the depot are being treated to a new dressing of ground stone. Mrs. Full and Miss Love werp among interested visitors to Jack son yesterday. Hardware—highest in quality— lowest in price. At Moodie’s Hardware Store. Mrs. John E. Seavey and little baby returned Tuesday from a visit at McComb. Wagon and Buggy material cheaper than ever at Moodie’s Hardware Store. See the Penn Furniture Co. for Sewing Machines. All guaran teed for five years. Miss Bertha Crawford visited her sister, Mrs. Mada Pepper, at Newton on Thursday. Miss Leta Lambright enjoyed Thursday evening with Mrs. G. M. Blake at Norfield. Mrs. x,. Woodward is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McNair. Mrs. R. N. Miller, of Ilazle hurst, was the guest Tuesday of Mrs. Mack Birdsong. Needles, shuttles and parts for any make sewing machine. Moodie’s Hardware Store. McGrath’s Thanksgiving win dow was apropos the day and at tracted admiring attention. Miss Emily Jones spent yester day at Fernwood, after enjoying the previous day in Jackson. The Woman’s Home Mission Society will meet with Mrs. Jesse Day on Thursday, December 7th. Mrs. Emma Bee, Miss Emma and E. M., spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Bee at Mon ticello. Miss Seab, the efficient trained nurse who has located here, has been in McComb nursing a very sick child. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Storm spent Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Storm’s mother, Mrs. Newsome, at Montgomery. Mrs. Joe Heuck and Mrs. Dai sy Fountain have been spending the week in Jackson. Mr. Heuck went up on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McMaster left yesterday for Hazlehurst, af ter a pleasant visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Redding. During all the month of De cember Dr. Van Watts will do the best guaranteed Dental Work known for one-half usual charges. The Penn Furniture Co. can sell you all kinds of matting and have it put down free for you by a capable man of 15 years’ expe rience. Mrs. Bryant McCormick is now enjoying the companionship of her mother, Mrs. G. B. Stock man, who will reside with her daughter in Brookhaven. lne renn .Furniture (Jo. will exchange new furniture for old and you pay the difference in easy terms. King Phone 301 and they will call to see your furniture. Mr. and Mrs. Bowles are now keeping house in the pretty new cottage just completed by Mr. Jos. Connelly, who has a “villa” of his own in his old residence vi cinity. ^ Beverly Middleton made Thanksgiving Day bright for his mother at her home. Beverly had the yellow fever in New Or leans; but is now looking in the best of health. The Mayor and Board of Aider men bold their regular monthly session next Tuesday night. As soon as the repairs on the Mason ic Temple are completed, the Mayor’s office will be moved to the second floor of that building. The Penn Furniture Co. have just received eight carloads of all kinds of household furniture. It will pay you to see them, for they can sell you more goods for the same money or the same goods money than anybody else. Hon. Jr. "McCullough couldn’t go on the excursion to Jackson Thursday. He said be “had to preach the Thanksgiving sermon for Kuth High School.” The kind of “sermons” Mr. McCul lough preaches are needed from laymen all over this country. S. P. Oliver is also one of the men who has faith in the future value of Lincoln county real es tate-even that located in beat 4. He has lately purchased the Eli Hilson and the Keuben Posey farms located in that beat. Mr. Posev expects to buy a small farm and locate near Brookbaven. * ***!'• 3k .y'i J-'--. >’ ’!' Sparkling. Welch’s Grape Juice The one beverage that may be served at every meal—it’s pure, non - alcoholic, healthful. As good as it looks and better than most Grape Juices. You can af ford it at these prices— Pints 25 cents. Quarts 45 cents. J. M. Wood THE GROCER. “Palate Pleasers” TO REMOVE Freckles and Pimples IN TEN DAYS USE NADINOLA The Complexion Beautifier! THE HAPINOLA GIRL Formerly advertised and sold as SATIN OLA No change In Formula or Package. The NAME only has been changed to avoid confusion, as we cannot afford lo have so valuable prepara tion confused with any other. NADINOLA is guaranteed, a ;d money will be refunded in every case where if fails to remove freckles, pimples, liver-spots, collar discolora tions. sallowness, sun-tan, black-heads, disfig uring eruptions, etc. The worse cases in 20 days. Leaves the skin c'.ear soft, and healthy, and restores the beauty of youth. Price noc and $l.CO. Sold in each city by all Leadlug Drug fists, or by mail. Prepared only by NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. Sold in Brook haven by all leading d ug stores. MAINTAINS UNSURPASSED - DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE —FROM— —FROM NEW ORLEANS MEMPHIS —TO— —TO— MEMPHIS, CAIRO, ST. LOUIS, ST. LOUIS, LOUISVILLE, CHICAGO, CINCINNATI, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO._LOUISVILLE, -AND FROM ST. LOUIS TO CHICAGO, making direct connections with through trains for all points NORTH, EAST AND WEST, Including Buffalo, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Richmond, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Omaha, Kansas City, Hot Springs, Ark., and Denver. Close connec tion with Central Mississippi Valley Route. Solid fast vestibule daily train for DUBUQUE, SIOUX FALLS SIOUX CITY and the West. Tickets and full Information as to rates In con □ectlou with the above can be had of agents ot the Central and connecting lines. Wm. MURRAY, D. P. A., New Orleans. JOHN A. SCOTT, D. P. A., Memphis. S. G. HATCH, D. P. A., Cincinnati. ■kMucH1 [■HhhihHHi Shortest, Quickest and Best line to New Orleans, Vicksburg, Shreve port, and to all Texas, Mexico, California and Arizona Points Either through Meridian and New Orleans or Shreveport. Through Pullman Sleepers to New Orleans and Shreveport. For detailed information ap ply to any representative of the Queen & Crescent Route or the undersigned. Jno. W. Wood, Trav. Pass. Agent, Meridian, Miss. Geo. H. Smith, Gen. Pass. Agt. R. J. Anderson, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. Runaway Youth. The undersigned will pay *10.00 for the arrest and detention of John Hones, aged 17, who ran away from home In Lawrence County on Nov. 16. Was seen to take the south-hound train at Brookhaven. Is small for age, slender, has light hair and blue eyes, and is slightly round shouldered. Was employed at Pear River logging camp. Address NOLA WHITE, Nola, Miss. Subscribers who fail to receive The Leader regularly, will oblige us by notifying this office at once. Brookhaven Fruit News! MILLS & EAST CO. APPLES are very scarce and inferior this sea son. We have made arrangements to get our stock packed at the orchards in boxes holding 12 dozen of the very best stock. We offer same at the low price of $2 50 per box. Phone us your orders and let us send your Thanks giving and Christmas Apples. ORANGES are very plentiful and extra fine this season. We handle both the Florida and Louisiana lower coast. Only $3*50 per box of 200. BANANAS As usual we have the best stock at the lowest price. Remember we carry the largest and best line of fruits and candies in town and appreciate your trade. Mills & East Co. Two Stores; Front Street, Next to Parsons, May, Oberschmidt Co. Cherokee Street, next to Priebatsch's, I"' I THE HUNDRED LEAVEDROSE OF THE ANCIENTS surpassed in beauty all others In point of supe riority some flow ers like some photographs take the lead. Beautiful Photograghs of our make are recognized a t sight for their good and lasting qualities. You have pride in showing them you know they will instantly be / appreciated. Our \ claims to be art ists of skill in ■ picture making is too well known to be comment ed on. W. J. LAYTON, PHOTOGRAPHER, BROOKHAVEN, ■ MISS. The Great East and West Line Across the Entire States of TEXAS jAND LOUISIANA No Trouble to Answer Questions. DIRECT ROUTE TO NORTH TEXAS, COLORADO, NEW AND OLD MEXICO, ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA. Write for new book on Texas free. E. P. TURNER, Passenger Agent, Dallas, Texas. The sad intelligence reaches here of the death of Miss Stacy Wright, daughter of Dr. R. J." Wright, of Roxie. Miss Wright has been ill for several weeks, and her death was not unexpected. She was stricken with yellow fever in Roxie during the epidemic there, and almost immediately after her recoverey of this dread ful malady, she contracted typhoid fever and the ravages of these two fevers were too much for her. She passed over the great divide at 12 o’clock Tuesday night. The Advocate’s sympa thies are extended to the bereaved family and friends. — Franklin Advocate. LOCAL ITEMS. Mrs. Mildred Tibbs has gom for a visit to Jackson and Aber deen. At the latter place sh< enjoyed a “house-warming” givei by her brother, Mr. N. H. Max well in liis handsome new resi dence Wednesday night. The Leader is indebted to Mr. and Mrs Maxwell for an invitation to In present. Miss Isabel Gartman is enjoy ing a visit with her sisters, Mrs Lou White and Miss Eliza Gart man. Miss Gartman has beei spending several years with lie sister, Mrs. Willard Gordon, a Herraanville. The four sisters o this city, including Mrs. W. K Wood, spent Thanksgiving day a Jackson. Hon. G. Wood Magee, of Mon ticello, went to Jackson Tbursda; to confer with Chancellor Maye: about setting a day for a habea corpus proceeding in the case o Mrs. Dr. Birdsong. Owing b the fact that the lawyers on botl sides of the case are likely to b very busy for the next few week in the Lincoln and Copiah court now in session, no definite dat was agreed upon. Dr. W.. C. Black’s sermon 01 “The Immortality of the Soul,’ which will be given at the morn ing service of the Methodis church tomorrow, is worth journey to hear. Irrespective o denomination, those interested i so vital a question, who have no already heard Dr. Black on thi immortal theme should go out t( hear him tomorrow morning. Mr. Chas. H. Penn, one of ou popular citizens and beloved fatii ers, was presented a gold watc on his fiftieth birthday last Fri day by his sons, Tom and How ard. He has not received a gil so much appreciated since Tor presented him a heavy gold-head ed cane several Christmases age May Mr. Penn always be a young as he is now, in spite o Time’s efiacing fingers. % Dr. Love has a reputation oi fine stock; but it may not b known that this popular veterins ry surgeon has, also, some of th finest full blood Plymouth fioc chickens in this vicinity. The; ought to have been placed amon the splendid poultry exhibits a the State Exposition. Dr. Lov is one of our progressive citizen and keeps things generally mov ing wherever he is interested. The Jackson Carnival and Es position has been patronized fret ly by Brookhaven and Lincol county people, we are pleased t state. Thursday there was a grea outpouring and the day and occa sion combined together to mak all things delightful. Even th jam in the cars was bearable i the cold snap that was on the pre gram. The Exposition is a credi to the State; and those who faile to see it missed an opportunity It closes today. Rev. W. E. Phifer gave an ap preciated and interesting sermo at the Presbyterianh church o Thursday, appropriate to th National Day. His subject was “Don’t Worry,” and its discus sion was pleasing to his congrega tion. Miss Mary McNair sweet ly rendered a vocal solo and th musical program was enjoyable On account of so many of ou citizens spending the day in Jack son, the congregation was not a large as it would otherwise hav been. Mr. R. E. Bennett, a raembe of the Meadville bar, spent Thurs day in Jackson and passei through Brookhaven yesterday ei route home. Mr. Bennett, whi is retained for the defense in thi case of the State vs. John Nettles et al., informed a representativi of The Leader that no writ o habeas corpus had. yet been ap plied for in this case, and that i might be that no such proceed ings would be had, in which even the prisoners will have to remaii in jail until the next term of thi Franklin court. The Mississippi State Industria Exposition in Jackson passed thi record day Thursday inattendanci and enthusiasm. Jackson is to have a new Bap tist church on the West Side costing $15,000. :: Nothing is More Appropriate 0 For an Xmas gift than a box of HUYLER’S DELICIOUS _CAMPY Oar line will be very large, well as sorted and extremely fine. Don’t fail to see same. ’ YOUR FRIENDS, G. E. GRAFTON DRUG CO. PHOKE 31 The man who doesn’t care what his suits costs will get his suit made by a Custom Tailor, unless he is in a great hurry. The man who does care what it costs, but don’t care how it looks or what he gets won’t get his suit here that’s cer tain. The man who both cares what he gets and what it costs—that is the man we delight to Please, Work and Provide For Come in and SELECT IT NOW. Select a Fall Suit that will proclaim your up-to-dateness and do it now. Don’t be one of the lag behinds. Come out in new clothes in time to wear the late styles before every other man has appeared in a new suit. THE FALL KINKS Longer coats, wider collars and lapels, more fullness than ever in the chest, vests cut slightly lower. We have the richest and most gentlemanly patterns that have yet appeared in ready for service garments. * [;] eONV*tenT I0C3 'Kv STERN.ULER.SrtOHL A CO. CINCINNATI!). -m ' W ® You’ll certainly be greatly surprised to learn what || ; 1 $7.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 or $17.50 ‘ 3 jj| ^°r ^°U ^ere *n a handsome, well cut and well tailored Suit. J I a 5 * BROOKHAVEN, MISSISSIPPI 3 ---' ■" iii » ... . ■» ' ■ ■ Rip Van Winkle. Eiler’s big scenic production of Rip Van Winkle took place at the Opera House Wednesday and was witnessed by a large and appre ciative audience. The universal verdict was: “It was fine.” The orchestra was good and the “novel specialties” above par. Atlogeth er the evening was clean, pleasing and meritorious and well worth the price of admission. Mr. Heuck was congratulated on the success he scored. For Sale. A few pieces of choice real es tate close to Brookhaven with or without improvements. Apply to Guy E. Brignall, Brookhaven, care Dr. Geo. A. Love. For Sale. One pair of good heavy mules must be disposed of at once, re gardless of price. O. B. BROWN, _Pearlhaveo. W. H. Reeves, o^JJ^saw, was a Monday visitor.** ! Marriage Licenses Issued Oaring the Past Week. White—W. J. Thornton and Miss Annie Lowe; W. O. Hudson and Mrs. Nancy Maddon; Mere dith Case and Miss Nancy Smith; Jesse M. McComb and Mrs. Mary Cole; Johnson C. Smith and Miss Mary McGee. Colored—Curtis Magee and Rosa Dillon; O. H. Lewis and Ada Williams; William Smith and Julia Dillian; Jake Norris and Annie Cummins; Geo. Terry and Ethel Baldwin; Mack Craft and Charlotte Ratclitf.