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The Semi-Weekly Leader
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. Wednesday, Dec. 13, 1905. RAILROAD TIME TABLE. Illinois Central R. R. Trains now pass Brookhavan as fol lows: NORTH. No. 2. 10:41 p. di No. 4. 12:49 p. e No. 6_ 9:03 p. e No. 24- 11:10 a. rr No. 92—Local Freight. 8:50 a. tu SOOTH. No. 1_ 7:28 a. m No. 3- 4:45 p. m No. 5—- 4:34 a. ra No 23- 0:12 p. m No. 95—Local Freight. 1:00 p. tn TOWN AND COUNTY. Imported Brie a Brae at Staf tier's. The heaviest frost of the Feasor ’‘fell” Sunday night. Solid Gold Scarf Pins Iron §1.00 to §20,00 at Startler's. Gold headed Umbrellas fron §4.50 to §15.00 at Startler's. Santa Claus has emptied out his whole pack in Brookhaven. The largest stock of everything in the Jewelry line at Startler's. Don’t forget the entertainment at the public school Friday night. The East Union Lumber Yard sell Red Cypress shingles; they aye the best Mr- C. Montgomery, of John sqn Station, paid us an appreciat ed visit Monday. The most costly and elegaut show window in town Sunday was A, Startler’s, It was a rare beauty. Our knives, razors and scissors will give you satisfaction or your money back. Moodie’s Hardware Store. The little son of Dr. and Mrs. Parsons has been critically ill; but is now better, we are pleased to note. A c^r load of White Ameri* Fjre Brick at 3 cents each. £. B. Perkjns’ Hardware Store. StalHer, the old reliable, has piiide some of the biggest sales in the history of the town lately, in cut glass and silver. •High grade carpenters’ tools at catalogue prices—Moodie pays the freight. Get prices at Moodie’s Hardware Store. WANTED—A situation by you'ng vman' for before and afteT school boiyrs and on Saturdays fo jWy 'for Ijoard. Address, Box 231. Be sure to attend the Majes* tic Cooking Exhibit at C. B. Per* kius’ Hardware Store, Dec. 11th to 16th. Submit your estimates to the East Union Lumber Yaid before buying lumber, shingles or build ing material. Will save you money. “Don’t be carried away by fol de-ifoi. ‘ If you' owe for corn meal don’t buy fare-crackers. Stick to yoiir bush and be honest, eyeo at iplirjstinas time. When yog pogie to town for yoii’p Ghristm^s pgpehases, re fgeiuber T!ue Leader. We ex change the paper for its value in money. A complete line of Mill Sup* plies, Belting, Pipe, and Pipe Fittings at C. B. Perkins’ Hard* ware Store. yV'e give >rqu more pieces with a sto$e than a’hy! bther store! in tjrookhaven and save you a dollar or two besides —try' us. Moodie’s . < i i Mrs. A. K Watkins, accompan ied by Miss Eloise Watkins and Miss Virginia Carlisle, left yes terday afternoon for a visit to Brookhaven. — Clarion - Ledger, Dec. 9. Cail on the East Union Lumber yardibefore buying your dumber and tehiflgjes.1 ‘Country orders are given prompt attention and ho de ray jn: loading wagons.' Lowest him prtcc. .. Mr. (1 fl. Brown, of South Lin coln, came in and settled up with The Leader Monday, regardless of the fact that he hail a lire last year, in which he lost about $3,000. Mr. Brown can he de pended on in any emergency. • 'i>» , • • i •" n■' • <* ■ . , p. L- Davison writes from Ala bama: “Enclosed find $2,00 for our friend, The Leader, We can not keep house without it. Wo ljke Alabama* ;c jg nofc ,jke uear old Mississippi.” Brookha ven friends will be pleased to hear from. Mri knd'Mrs. Davison, i j*m yy r y Iiev. George W. Riley, a for m«!f pastor bf Brookhaven Baptist church, 6hme dowfa from Jackson to i’isi| bi« fojgjef ^ock here Sun day ifnd,‘nj invitation of Pastor Purser, filled his pulpit at 11 m. Mr. Riley’s Brookhaven friends and co-workers were pleas ed to meet him and to hear him and to note that Father Time is dealing gently with him. His home is now at Kerns, Texas, \YAf$T$Q - By a prominent monthly magazine, with large, high-class circulation, fecal repre sentative to look after renewals apd increase subscription list in Brookhaven and vicinity, on a salary basis, with a continuing interest from year to year in the business created. Experience de sirable, but Dot essential. Good opportunity for the right person. Address Publisher, box 59, Sta tion O, New York. COUNTY TEACHERS’ ASSOCIATION. Program for Friday Evening, Dec. 22, 8 O’clock. SUBJECT—Securing and Re . taining Attention. 8:00—Opening Exercises and Roll Can. 8:05—Kinds of attention—Miss Myrtle Greer, Ethan E. Allen. . Piano Selection—Miss Ma ry McRee. 8:25—Characteristics of Good At tention—Miss Fannie Ren fro, L. Bracio Campbell. Vocal Selection—Mrs. Wil loughby’s pupils. 8:45—Conditions of Attention Miss Mattie Furr, H. F.. Groves. Reading by Mrs. Jessie McNair Willing. 0:10—Essential Characteristics of the Teacher in Securing and Retaining Attention— M iss Mattie Jennings, J. M. Alford. Vocal Selection —Mrs. Wil loughby’s pupils. 9:30—Ilow to Control a Class Miss Mamie L. Martin. Piano Selection—Miss Ma ry Curran. 9:45—General Business and An nouncements. N. B. The above program is based on Hughes Securing and Retaining Attention (At R. J. Boone’s 45c). Exercises will be gin promptly at 8 o’clock. The public cordially invited to be present. Respectfully, T. P. SCOTT, Pres. MISS BENNIE A. DUNN, Secretary'. Certain Cure fur Croup. When a child shows symptoms of croup there is no time to experiment with new remedies, no matter how highly they may be recommended. There is one preparation that can al ways be depended upon. It has been in use for many years and has never been known to fail, viz: Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. Mr. M. F. Compton, of Market, Texas, says of it, “I have used Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy in severe cr.ses of croup with my child ren, and can truthfully say it always gives prompt relief.” For sale by C. E. Grafton Drug Co. A Former Brookhaven Pastor. Hev. Dr. J. M. Weems, whq for three years has been pastor of the Yazoo City Methodist church, leaves Monday to attend the an nual meeting of Conference, which convenes Tuesday at Glos ter. Dr. Weems is an earnest, sincere Christian gentleman and an able divine. During his pas torate in Yazoo City he lias done good work, and under his minis tiation his church lias largely in creased its membership, his con gregation being united and har monious. It would be gratifying to the membership and to the community at large to know that Dr. anil Mrs.'Weems will tie re turned for another yearfand with the work of building the new church, to which Dr. Weems has been so devoted, and with which he is now so familiar and so anxious to see completed, it would seem almost assured that he will be returned. Should he not be. he and bis good wife will leave Yazoo City with the assurance that they carry with them the good wishes of an entire commu nity.—Yazqo Herkld. 1 T Remarkable Cure. l'I was much afflicted with sciatica,” writes Ed. C. Nud, Iowaville, Sedgwick Co. Iyan., going about on crutphes and suffering a deal °f pain. I wa§ induc ed to try Ballard's Snow Liniment which relieved me. I used three (10c bottles, It is the greatest liniment I have ever used; have recommended it to a number of persons; all express themselves as be ing benefited by it. I now walk with out crutches and am able to perform a greatdeal of. light labo" on the farm. 25c, 50c and 81.00, Sold by Price Drug Co. __ Important and Iru?.. It is 'impossible to estimate the benefit of successful factories and other homo enterprises. One en terprise in this State has paid out nearly p million apd a half dollars ip addition to money paid em ployes and invested in our midst. The Mississippi Home Insurance Company has a big force in Vicks burg and 108 agents in this State alone. It ranks second in profits in the State, and one agent writes, he has never had any special com pany called for,' except the Mis sissippi Home, and the Civerpodl, Loridon arid Globe. Its'capital is never idle, and it is a benefit directly, 6p indirectly, to all pf us. Uoy’-s l,ife Saved From JJemUmuous Croup C. W. Lynch, a prominent citizen of Winchester, led., writes:-My little boy had a severe attack of membranous croup, aud only got relief after taking Foley’s Honey and Tar. He got relief after one dose and I feel that it saved the life of my boy.”, Refuse isubsti tut.es. i Sold,by Rrice ISrag Qor" * i. . |—: —-«* LJ. -» Miss Atalfio Plupketi. Stgte li brarian, attended the annual meet ing of the — ' i ■ _^iii Library , —relation, which met at Atlanta. colds, bronchitis, Coughs of ali Kinds, you cannot take any thing better than Ayer’s herry ectoral rry Pectoral. Ask yout doctor if this is pot so. i$es it. He understands It soothes and heals. *• l had a terrible cough for week*. Then l took Ayer's Cherry I’ectoml and only one bottle completely cured me " Mils. J, It. bANfottTH, St. Joseph. ?y*.. 50c.. ?1.00. J p. a yten co.t jCoughs, Colds You will hasten recovery by tak ing one of Ayer’s Pills at bedtime. Mason-Thompson. On Sunday afternoon at the homo nt the gloom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mast n. Mr. Fink Mason was malried to Miss Fan nie Thompson, of McComh. The ceremony was impressively per formed bv Bev. B. U. Purser, pastor of Brookhaven Baptist church, after which a delectable dinner was served invited guests and relatives. Mr. Mason is one of our sturdy, worthy young farmers and good citizens. Lately, he had erected a handsome cottage on the Brook haven arid Wesson road, which will he the home of the newly wedded. It is elegantly furnish ed; and, with time, the several hundred acres of land adjacent owned by the groom, will blossom as the rose. The place is one of the most attractive and desirable in the county. The Leader extends its sincere congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Mason. May they live long and prosper. Graded School Entertainment. The entertainment Friday night, Dec. 15, by the music and elocution departments of this school will be well worth your time and the admission fee of twenty-five cents. There will be vocal and instrumental music, recitations and an amateur play. We want the people to come to this entertainment because (1) they will enjoy it, (2) their pres ence will encourage the pupils, (3) we need funds for improving our library and for buying shades, for the windows, addi tional desks, maps, globes, etc., and for various other purposes. We have some money on hand for these things, but we need more. Doors open at 7:30. Entertain ment begins at 8 o’clock. Ad mission 25 and 15 cents. Bespectfully, T. P. SCOTT, Prin. From the Crystal Springs Meteor. If tree planting is to become a custom, an arbor day should be selected, either in January or February, and observed. Great results will follow from the day if it is generally observed. Let’s haye an arbor day by all means and through it beautify the town. J. M. Mathis won at the Jack soon Exposition three prizes in the graded Hereford class. Not having registration papers with him, he was forced into this class. While in Jackson he invested $550 in prize-winning young Hereford cattle, and intends to mix it with exhibitors next year. What Crystal Springs accom plished this year at the Jackson Exposition in a small way can be repeated hexf year qn a larger sca]e and with far greater benefit in an advertising way. Commu nities require as much, if not more, advertising than a business --a fact to be stated to be accept ed without further demonstration. The town has embarked in shade tree ornamentation and has selected the maple to adorn the streets. An arbor day is spoken of as being more likely to enlist the active support of all citizens lb street adornment. Inasmuch as this and other town are disiigur yd with electric light and telephone poles, some short, bushy-growing tree should he selected for plant ing anti the maple appears to be tlie best as it grows afeoqt as wide as tall and Will require many years before it reaches tbe wires. “About Biloxi” is the attrac tive foreword of a neat pamphlet edited and compiled by David Holt, of the Gult Coast, and pub lished by the Biloxi Commercial Club. It is well sotted u'p 'tirid fceskbtjfuUy illustrated, the'oyster cannery, shell driveway, sanita rium, along the beach, Catholic church, theatre, etc., bejng inter esting subjects. Copies can be secured by addressing Secretary of pommeryial Clqb} Biloxi. Report from the Reform School. J. G.Gluck, Superintendent, Prunty towu, W. Va., writes: After trying all other advertised cough medicines, we have decided to use Foley's Honey and Tar in the West Virgiuia. Reform School. I liud it the most effective and absolutely harmless.-” Sbld toy Price Drug Company.”' “ ■ • • • i The JVliimesota Oommlssiopers have located' ipqnuipen|is in Itje National l’afk at \ncksh«rg. The legislature of that State appropri ated $35,000 for this purpose, in commemoration of the three in fantry regiments and one battery from that State, which were in cluded in the Arrny pl-tiffe ‘Tdn nesas^ uijic(ef y*hrr.il£Iripib ' Tke oip?r$ employes of ^rljliai38 anu e oi the Highland School, located at the Orphan’s Home af Jackson ga'/p |1Q fo tfie 6ltyt't service fcnr 'the battleship'Missis sippi. _ A Timely Topic. At this season of coughs an^ colds it is well to kno^ that Foley’s Honey and Tay is the greatest throat and lung remedy. It cures cjuickly and pre v<pts serious results from a cold. Sold by Price Drug Co, Mrs. J. W. McMaster returned here Saturday for a few day’s. Mrs. McMaster is en route to San Antonio, Texas, in the interest of her failing health, Her Brookha vep friends earnestly hope for her complete restoration. For Sale, One pair of good heavy mules must be disposed cf at once, re gardless of price. O. B. BROWN, Pearlhaven. A Kidney and Bladder trouble can always be cured by using Foleys’ Kid ney cure in time. For sale by Price Drug Co. The home of Mr. Lem Gordin was totally destroyed by fire at Jackson. ” * ROYAL Baking Powder Made from pure grape cream of tartar, and absolutely free from lime, alum and ammonia. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. Skyscraper Begins Growing. Vicksbuig, Miss., Dec. 7.—The work of pile setting for the First National Bank building was start ed at 11 o’clock today with a 9,500-pound trip hammer in oper ation. This outfit is the most complete ever seen in operation here, and the process of setting the 60-foot piles is watched with interest by all citizens who have passed that corner. Mrs. M. T. Flood has been in vited to assist in a concert at Magnolia Friday night. This is a deserved compliment to one of our most popular and sweetest singers. “Owe no man anything”—if you can help it. ITIITT—UMIIIilll . ..... Adjutant General Fridge was married about one and a half years ago, the ceremony taking place on the grounds of the State National Guard Encampment, near Biloxi. The event was one of great interest in military cir cles. and the contracting parties were remembered in substantial form by hosts of friends and ad mirers. The Adjutant General and his good wife of a year and a half have just received a hand some present from the officers and men of the Third Begiment, the gift being a magnificent china closet. General Fridge is proud of the present, and just as thank ful as if it had been presented on his wedding day. The Leader for §2.00 a year. SANTA CLAUS’ HEADQUARTERS I» . —ii— qpii' | As heretofore, Santa Claus’ Headquarters will be in IHKUCK’S STORE in Brookhavon, Miss., where he has prepared the most complete line of TOYS, FIREWORKS, CANDIES, NUTS, FRUIT, ETC. ever seen in Brookhavon. The little folk’s letters will be taken care of if left at our store and Old Santa will be suye to attend to their wants, as he has done in years past. His line, which he has left at HKOCKS this year is fuller than eyer aqtl can not fail to meet the ■ wants of everyone, Sjee a Heuck’s Stock of Christmas Goods and patronise C>ld Santa Qians’ Headquarters, whore he oversees the presents he gives. The most elegant Eric as Brae, etc., as well as the cheapest Toys. CHAS. HEUCK & §0(NS, Cherokee Street. Urookhayen, Mississippi. 1 :: &$otibci4* :: X>P 6 ;; ,. is th© most complete sod up-to-date ever shown ig p^noGjk haven ■ » • • and is now ready for inspection. With ou,r. exparieqaa of $3 ;; I! years in the Jewelry business an($ buying for. spot cash you will ;; ran no ris|| of inferior.§>ode. Qur- pricey era equal to 1! JE^w T|x>rk °y Chicago aqd v?e MF*U dnplioata any price of Catalogue \ [ f^oqse^. We cordially invite our friends, customers and .the ;; public to inspect our stock of \ | | DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, ’ \ | clocks Marble and iron, ;; T G0BHAM SOLID SILVER, J RICH AMERICAN CUT GLASS ;; I Imported Bric-a-Brac oi French and Austrian Ware, • • Sterling Silver Qomh and Brvsh Sets, ; Silver Plated Ware, ;; Gold Headed Umbrellas and Canes ! • » * * Leather Coods, sveh as Hand Bags, PocKet Books, Traveling Sets, Parker ;; and Waterman Fovntain Pens, Silver deposit Pottery—something new, ;; The Imperial Perfume. Our Guarantee goes with every article sold. Examine stock “ and compare prices whether you intend to buy or not. You are welcome. Prices marked in plain figures. • ’ A. STAFFLER.j T-l-TTXTTTTVTTTTTTT^T-n-I-I-TT Tn-nTTTm items from the Wesson Enterprise. Miss Ella Magee, of Brooklia ven, spent last Sunday Id Wesson B. A. Higdon is living higl these bright winter days. H< killed a pig the other day, onlj eight months old, that weighec 257 pounds net. The seating capacity of tb( Baptist church is being enlarged to accommodate the large crowds that go to hear Rev. Bambei preach. J. H. Collins has our thanks for a quart of his fine molasses. From less than an acre of ground planted in sugar cane, he made over live hundred gallons. Misses Ethel Sasser and Allie McCalip spent a pleasant day in Brookhaven last Thursday. W. T. McCalip, of Brookhaven, was the guest of his brother, E. F. McCalip, in this city last Sun day. Mrs. A. E. Coker, of Brookha ven, was a pleasant caller at this office last Saturday and, left three dollars on her subscription to the Enterprise, which paid up all back dues and a year in advance. Mrs. Coker says she likes her new home very well, but she still loves old Wesson. Grip Quickly Knocked Out. “ Some weeks ago, during the severe winter weather, both my wife and my self contracted severe colds which speedily developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptons,” says Mr. 0. S. Egleston, of Maple Landing, Iowa. “Knees and joints aching, muscles sore, eyes and nose running with alternate spells of chills and fever. We began using Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, aiding the same with a dose of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets, and by its liberal use soon completely knocked out the grip.” These tablets promote a healthy action of the bowels, liver and kidneys which is always bene ficial when the system is oongested by a cold or an attack of grip. For sale by C. E. Grafton Drug Co. THE QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE. N. 0. & N. E. R. R.-A. & V. R. R.-V. S. & P. Railway. The above will sell tickets to all points in Texas, Indian and Okla homa Territory aDd Mexico at considerably less than one fare for the round trip, good to return twenty-one days from date of sale with stop-overs both going and returning. Dates of sale Novem ber 2Dt. December 5th and 19th. The following are a few of the points to which the rates apply: Meridian to Dallas and return, $13.70. Meridian to Fort Worth and return, $14.40. Meridian to Denison and re turn, $13.15. Meiidian to Hillsboro and re turn, $15.05. Other points correspondingly cheap. For further information write, or call on J. W. WOOD, Traveling Passenger Agent, Q. & C., Meridian, Miss. Coughing Spell Caused Death. "Harry Duckwell, aged 25 years, choked to death early yesterday morn ing at bis home in the presence of his wife and ohild. He contracted a slight cold a few days ago and paid but little attention to it. Yesterday morning he was seised with a fit of coughing which lasted for some time. His wife sent for a physician, but before he could arrive, another coughing spell came on and Duckwell died from suffoca tion.—St. Louis Globe Democrat, Dec. 1, 1901. Ballard’s Horehouud Syrup would have saved him, 25c, 5Pc and SI.00. Sold by Price Drug Go. Hattiesburg has extended its wings, taking in a half mile in each direction. By' this action a property valuation of near $2, 000,000 is added to the tax rolls and the population is increased about 2,000. All Emergency Medicine. For sprains, bruises, burns, scalds and similar injuries, there is nothing so good as Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, It soothes the wound and not only gives instant relief from pain, but causes the parts to heal in about one third the time required by the usual treatment. Sold by C. E. Grafton Drug Co.__ A negro lynching took place at Bovle, Bolivar county. All parties were negroes and the vic tim had assaulted an 8-year-old negro girl. Cured W. F. Baily.P. O, Tr-ue, Texas, writes: “My wife had been suffering five years With paralysis in her left arm, when I was persuaded to use Ballard’s Snow Liniment, which cured her all right. I have also used it for old sores, frost bites and skin eruptions. It does the work.” Sold by Price Dru^ Qa, City Marshal W- H. Stevens resigned his office at Wesson. «J. jf'. Thompson, Sr., has been tem porarily appointed. An election will be held Dec. 29. Coughs, Cn|(i>*od Constipation. Few people realize when taking cough medicines, other than Foley’s Honey and Tar, that they oontain opiates, which are oonatipating besides being unsafe particularly for children. Foley's Honey and Tar contains no opiates, is safe and sure aod will not constipate. Sold by Price Drug Co. Rees E. Kell, a negro brake man, was instantly killed by fall ing between the cars on the G. and S. I. railroad near Edna. Heart Fluttering. Undigested food and gas in the stomach, located just below the heart, presses against it and causes heart palpitation. When your heart troub les you in that waj take Herbine for a few days and you will soon be all right. 50c a bottle. Sold by Price Drug Co. Sam Vaughan, aged 35, died at Yazoo City. He was a member of the fire department and a busi ness man. Don’t be imposed' upon by taking substitutes offered for Foley’s Honey and Tar. For sale by Price Drug Co. Greenwood’s cotton receipts dropped off 13,927 balee. Foley’s Honey and Tar positively cures alii throat and lung diseases. Re fuse substitutes. Sold by Price Drug Co. - *£ - > - oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocoonoooooooooooooo About December 10th jjj I OUR HOLIDAY GOODS WILL BE ON SALE jlj TJTHIS year our line will ]j| bo a great deal strong- !]! er and better assorted ]i| than over before, but as I1 usual wo will make a ||| specialty of - ]|| Children’s Toys at popular prices—“a ^ basket full for a dollar.” jj| We also have a fine line of i Holiday Gifts usually ]'| found in first class Hard- !]! wrare Stores. !|! I Fancy Fire Sets, Coal Vases, Chafing Dishes, Carving Sets, Shaving Sets, Silver Spoons, Pearl Handle Knives and Forks, etc. jj; HOODIE'S HARDWARE STORE FRONT STREET BROOKHAYEN, MISSISSIPPI § OOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXSCXXKXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJO KING OF ALL LINIMENTS^ CURES RHEUMATISM AND ALL PAIN U W U ilEIO STIFF JOINTS, CONTRACTED MUSCELS, SPRAINED S^Z ANKELS, CORN HUSKSN'S SPRAINED WRISTS, FROSTED M FEET, CONNS. BUNIONS, CHILBLAINS, AND ALL INFLAMMATIONS OF MAN ON BEAST. H I Iwfciur into KbriAKiVAfiLL CUR£ “I was much afflicted with rheumatism, writes Ed. C. Nud, Iowaville, Sedgwick Co., Kansas, “going about on crutches and suffering a great deal of pain. I was induced to try Ballard’s Snow Liniment, which Cured me, after using three 50c bottles. IT IS THE GREATEST LINIMENT I EVER USED; have rec ommended it to a number of persons, all express themselves as being benefited by it. I now walk without crutches, and am able to perform a great ■ deal of light labor on the farm." ^B THREE SIZES: 25c, 50c AND $1.00 I BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO, ■ ST. LOUIS. U. & A. m SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY Price Drug Co., Brookhaven.Miss. THE LEADING SPECIALISTS SOUTH If yon are ia neea of treatment, CONSULT DRS. BETTS & DYAR, 214 St. Charles Street, NEW ORLEANS, who aro the most suc<;*ssfuf speefaf ists in the treatment, if all forms of Chronic, Nervavs and Private Diseases of Men and Women and who guarantee a cure in all cases accepted by them for treatment. Specific Blood I’olson cured without mercury or other mineral poisons. Our long experience in treating the above diseases teaches us just what to do and how to do it, and you may depend on good honest treatment. We never publish names ot patients. All cases strictly confidential. DBS. BETTS & DYAR. by their long experience, cure quickly aud forever; aud if they cannot cure you they will tell you honestly so. and not take your money for useless treatment. Their charges are within the reach of all. Both the rich and the poor alike are invited to call aud LYS(JON'FenjENTrALtUrS absolutely free of cllarKe- CONSULTATIONS FREE ANO SACRE1) STDICTURE, NERVOUS PROSTRATION, SEXUAL WEAKNESS, KIDNEY, BLAD DER AND PROSTRATIC TROUBLES ENTIRELY OVERCOME AND CURED. Office Hours—S a. m. to 8 p. m. during the week. Sundays—s a. m. to 2 p. m. Our new system of mail treatment is perfectly satisfactory. If you canuot call, write for perfec question list. CELEBRATED MEDICAL WORK of eighty pages on nervous, chronic aud private diseases sent free. Thousands cured. A friendly letter or call may save you future sulferiiig aud shame, and add golden years to life. Address or call on DRS. BETTS & DYAR 214 St. Charles Street, (Opposite St. Charles Hotel). NEW ORLEANS, LA, tSTATTENTION, FARMERS AND SAW MILL MEN ! Foundry*&°Maehfne Shop BROOKHAVEN, MISSISSIPPI. The undersigned wish to inform the public that they are now weN prepared to do all work entrusted to them in first class style. Business attended to promptly. No delays. Satisfaction guaranteed. Saw mill men will find it to their interest to give ns their patronage. Jos. Connelly & Son. Shop east of Merchants’ Grocer Co. OTHER’S DUTY to hi* family Is to keep him. sell well and strong. He can't be well and strong 11 his kidneys are out of order. Does your back ache? Have Jou pains In the kidneys? 9 your mine scanty and highly colored? These are sure signs of kidney disease. Get well by taking DR. HeGEX'S BACKACHE AND KIDNEY CURB, a sure, safe and reliable cure. If it doesn’t do what ya Bet your money back. Ktop this terrible dls. ease. Put yomself on the road to health to-day by buy Ins a bottle at your drug, gist's. 50c and 91 a bottle. SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY THE PRICE DRUG CO, Three Papers 1 year for $2.25—280 Issues The Leader, The Memphis News*Scimitar and The Home and Farm _/*r '. .