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PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. ( Wednesday, Dec. 27, 1905. TOWN AND COUNTY. i Miss Annie Burns went up to * Wesson Sunday. Alva Smith is home from Tu- ’ lane University. Miss Benneta Purser visited iiazlehurst yesterday. j Claud Pepper spent Christmas at his home at Deasonville. ^ - Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Partin have r moved to town from Pearlhaven. Christmas day was ideal for the | mighty Nimrods of our vicinity. ] Mrs. John Purser left yester day on a visit to Wesson relatives, j Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Bee were Christmas visitors from Monti cello. Mr. J. W. McMaster is the I guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bed ding. Miss Annie Lewenthal charm- 1 ingly entertained the Euchre Club last Thursday. N. K. Currie leaves Friday for Nashville, Tenn., where he will 1 study medicine. 1 Mrs. Ben A. Williams and her sister, Mrs. Fisher, are now locat ed at Lexa, Ark. Miss Leta Lam bright spent Sunday and Monday with her mother at Magnolia. Mr. Chas. N. Harris, Jr., left Friday night for a visit to his father’s home at Edwards. Miss Eunice McCalip and Mr. Edwin shared the family hearth stone at W. T. McCalip’s during Christmas The last prayer meeting service of the old year in Brookhaven will be held at the Baptist church on tomorrow night. Stoves and Kanges—Don’t fail to see L. D. Boadwee’s line be fore you buy, because you will save money by it. it o tj_j .. _ Xi. AAV/JL VT inoo 11UU1 Meridian that he is delighted with the Queen City and is studying short hand and type-writing. Whitworth College re-opened yesterday, after only one day of vacation. The girls played mer rily and are now working happily. Mr. and Mrs. James McGrath, of Canton, with two of their love ly children, added brightness to the Christmas joys at “Grandma McGrath’s.'-’ The local branch of the express company had no cessation of activities on Christmas day; but were unusually busy delivering Christmas gifts. Mrs. Sallie Seavey Bee enter tained at a family dinner on Sun day. There were twenty-four covers and a most delectable din ner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anderson and lovely little Katherine, of Jackson, left yesterday, after en joying Christmas festivities with the Misses Mikell. The new cash stand with its basket accessories and carriers, facilitated the rush of business wonderfully at A. C. Seavey’s during the days previous to Christmas. Mr. W. M. Lacey arrived in Brookhaven from Tennessee on Sunday afternoon and left today, after giving his friends a brief opportunity to enjoy his com panionship. Mr. Fred Kees is expected home from New Orleans the last of the week. He was compelled to undergo another operation on his arm, a part of which was lost in a gin accident some years ago. Little Miss Maggie Hobbs pleasantly entertained a number of young friends on Saturday af ternoon. The weather was cold and forbidding, but their hearts were young and warm and they had a joyous evening. llev. K. II. Purser was called to Wesson yesterday to officiate at the funeral services of Mr. Webber, a son of Kev. W. K. Webber. The unfortunate young man dies as the result of an acci dent in the Wesson Mills. Miss Fannie Cooke came down from llolly Springs, where she has been attending the Synodical College, and is spending the holi days with her parents Capt. and Mrs. J. N. Cooke; and, inciden tally, getting acquainted with her little new niece. The Baptist Sunday School was greatly diverted last Sunday morning by the Christmas exer cises. Mr. Wm. Turnbough acted in the capacity of Santa Claus and the children were made happy with gifts. Superintendent Par sons made unusual effort to make the occasion a success. Mr. G. L. Hartley, who recent Ur lnpaforl hhfl HncrlfinfJ Tllftfift east of town, is establishing a dairy. He has a fine herd of Jer seys and experience in their man agement and the dairjr business. Our people will be gratified to re ceive good service, which at pres ent is not great enough to cover the town. The Christmas cantata at the Pearlhaven Baptist church Sup- i day night proved a success in every way. The 35 children who took part were trained by Mrs. Z. P. Graves, and the success of the < entertainment was due to her un- ' tiring efforts and patience. The < church was crowded to the doors 1 and the immense Christmas tree i was weighted with presents, i Santa Claus was present in all his < giuiy. Every one was pleased . with the program.', i Ernest CosnaBan, of Nortield, pent the holidays in town. Jno. Pierce and wife, of New on, were Christmas visitors. A large number of our people pent Christmas in New Orleans. Miss Mabel Guess is at home rom the Meridian Female Insti ute. George Higdon, of Wesson, 9as a Sunday visitor at Mr. E. Spencer’s home. Christmas presents galore were ;iven and exchanged to an extent lardly known before. Misses Nellie and Effie Coving on had Miss Jennie Foster, of rerry, for a Christmas guest. Mrs. Dr. Higdon will entertain he euchre club at the residence of Sirs. S. N. Storm this afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Evans, of Cincin iati, is the guest of her relative, VIrs. W. H. Penn, for a few days. FOR RENT—One or two nice •ooms in new cottage, centrally ocated. Apply to Mrs. Robt. dowles. Dr. and Mrs. Tom McNair en ertained Hon. and Mrs. A. C. VlcNair and family at dinner on Sunday. Mrs. M. M. Anding spent the jreat holiday with her grand laughter, Mrs. Beulah Brock, at Tackley, La. Willie Davis came up from New Orleans Saturday night to spend Christmas day with his mother ind relatives. Maxie Wilson and John Mar shall went hunting Christmas day. They brought home a bird an Dther man killed. Miss Sarah Love, who has been attending school at Columbus, made glad the hearts of her home folks during Christmas. Ernest Boadwce, who is attend ing college at Lexington, Ivy., spent the holidays with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Boad wee. Dr. C. L. Thompson, of Wes son, is the guest of Dr. Tom Mc Nair. These gentlemen are out pulling for game instead of teeth today. Messrs. Louis and Willie Nalty came up from New Orleans Sat urday to enjoy a few days at the charming home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Nalty. At early mass at St. Francis church on Christmas morning the singing of Mrs. John H. Johnson and her brother, Mr. J. J. Mc Grath. of Canton, was highly complimented. A It Z C'i_ _ _ £ i. 1. . hjioo i.uai y uiunu, uuc iuc sweetest rosebuds in our garden of girls, was sticken with illness yesterday and was not able to take her place on the program for last night at the Opera House. Mr. Chas. Smith is back at his jeweler’s stand, after an intermis sion in the busy Christmas time, caused by illness. Mr. Smith is enjoying a visit from his brother, Mr. T. A. Smith, of Shreveport. Mr. W. G. Kees paid a delight ful and appreciated visit to Brookhaven friends and relatives this week, after eighteen months of absence. Mr. Kees is making a business success in the lumber business at De Ridder, La. Mr. Andrew J. Hoffmann, of New Orleans, has joined Mrs. Hoffman and charming little daughter, Charlotte Antoinette, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Staffler, where they are being most charmingly entertained. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Gibson ac companied Mr. and Mrs. Hale to New Orleans 3’esterday. Little baby Hale is suffering from an accident, and friends here hope for its recovery in the interest of wmeu one trip is made to i>ew Orleans. Mr. J. G. Chapman, one of our subscribers who lives near Brook haven on the Meadville road, is justly proud of his sweet potato crop this year. The Leader is indebted to him for a sample of his crop of yellow yams, four of which weighed 16 pounds. The Methodist Sunday School remembered their children with gifts of books, which were grate fully received by the children. Miss Mamie Martin was honored by her class with a handsome gold headed umbrella and the efforts of othf“r teachers were appreciative ly recognized by pupils. Mayor J. C. Osborn, of Nor held, was a pleasant caller at this office last Thursday. Mr. Osborn came up to Brookhaven to deliver to Sheriff Applewhite a white man named Will Martin, who the night before, near Nortield, had cut the throat of Mose Thomas, a negro. A C. O. D. whisky pack age figured in the case. We learn that the negro has since died. Martin bears a very unsavory reputation. Mr. and Mrs. Sherm'an Walker have decided to locate in Brook baven. They will occupy the Hamilton cottage to be vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Middleton, who will move into the residence now accupied by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCormick, who, in turn, will take possession of the houee va jated recently by Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Julier who moved to New Orleans. Thus, “the old order ihangetb, giving place to new.” Prof. J. I. Brueck, principal of ;he Caseyville High School, and Miss Ida Blue, one of our city’s loveliest young ladies, were mar ked on Christmas eve at the home if the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Blue, Rev. Arthur ISreen performing the ceremony, rhe Leader wishes to extend its leartfelt congratulations to this nost worthy and esteemed young souple. May every joy be theirs. Prof, and Mrs. Brueck left on the light train for Atlanta, Ga. New Year’s Greeting. Christmas has come and gone, but we must still eat. Your New Year’s dinner is just as important as the Christmas feast. It’s up to you to make it as agreeable from an eat ing standpoint and you can do it if you will come to see us and see our goods and prices. They are as good as the best and as low as the lowest. J. M. WOOD The Grocer Phones Nos. 1 and 2 Heuck’s Opera House! 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Containing all necessary legal forms required by Lawyers, Public Officials, Real Estate Meu, Bankruptcy, Banks, Business Men, Corpor ations, Municipal Government, etc. Will be ready for distribution after adoption of the New Code by the Leg islature. The work will be compiled by Hon. Wm. Hemingway, a member af the Jackson Bar, and formerly Mayor of the City of Jackson, and of thorough experience in Municipal and State Law. 400 pages bound in law sheep. Name of purchaser stamped on back. Price $3.50, payable after delivery in 1906. First edition w 11 consist of only 500 copies, and orders should be sent in at once. Orders Taken at This Office The Leader doesn’t wear any frills; but it comes to you fresh, bright and newsy with the news pou want 104 times in the year. METHODIST "PREACHERS. Mississippi Conference Appointments for the Year 1906. The following Conference ap pointments were announced Mon day by Bishop Galloway, who presided over the Mississippi Con ference at Gloster: Vicksburg District—Presiding Elder, VV. H. Huntley, Vicks burg; Crawford Street, Vicks burg, T. B. Holloman; Washing ton Street, Vicksburg, W. A. Terry; Anguilla, G. Guice; Bol ton, I. L. Peebles; Edwards, J. W. Campbell; Hormanville, J. H. Foreman; Mayersville, F. B. Or mond; Oak Ridge, J. M. Lewis; Port Gibson, W. H, Lewis; Roll ing Fork, W. T. Griffin; Rocky Spriugs, to be supplied; Satartia, W. J. Ferguson; Utica, J. T. Leggett; Vicksburg Circuit, H. P. Lewis; Harriston, M. B. Scar borough; Port Gibson Female College, H. G. Hawkins. Jackson District — Presiding Elder, A. F. Watkins; Jackson, First Church, W. H. Laprade; Jackson, Capitol Street, H. M. Ellis; Jackson, Rankin Street, W. L. Hightower; Benton, D. C. Lane-ford: Canton\B. F. Lewis: Braxton, O. S. Llf^s; Fannin, H. J. Moore; Flora, \ W. Lips comb; Florence, M. m Moore; Lake City, H. E. Cai%r; Lin tonia, supplied by George G. Saunders; Madison, J. R. Jones; Pinola, J. W. Ward; Sharon, J. T. Nicholson; Silver City, J. M. Alford; Thomasville, to be sup plied by E. D. Lewis; Tranquil, to be supplied; Deasonville, C. M. Crossley; Yazoo City, J. M. Weems; Brandon, Jno. A. Moore; Collins and Magee, G. S. Har mon; Mount Olive, W. M. Wil liams; Williamsburg, to be sup plied; Epworth League Secretary, II. M. Dubose; Professor at Mill saps College. James A. Moore. Forest District—Presiding El der, J. M. Morse; Forest, W. W. Morse; Carthage, J. M. Thomp son; Decatur, W. H. Lane; Bay Springs, A. M. Brodfort; Edin burg, James V. Bennett; Ellis ville Station, W. J. Dawson; Hebron, supplied by F. A. Lane; Eucutta, J. L. Red; Harpersville, supplied by Irvin Miller; Indian Mission, J. W. Tubby; Lake, .C McDonald; Laurel, Main Street, J. W. Chambers; Laurel, Kings ton and Fifth Avenue, J. S. Par ker; Montrose and Garlandsville, W. W. Moore; Newton, P. D. Hardin; Neshoba, supplied by J.. C. Long; Philadelphia, T. J. O’Neil; Rose Hill, W. W. Graves; Raleigh, supplied by C. C. Grif fin; Shiloh, T. H. King; Scott, sunolied bv J. O. Ware: Trenton. supplied by It. T. Noland; Tay lorville, J. J. Golden; Walnut Grove and Mission, M. L. White; Estabutckie, George W. Huff; Morton and Pelahatchie, H. Mel lard; Vossburg and Heidleberg, R. S. Gale. Meridian District — Presiding Elder, W. M. Sullivan; Meridian, Central Church, J. E. Carpenter; Meridian, East End, J. W. Cris ler; Meridian, Fifth Street, C. F. Emery; Meridian, South Side and Poplar Springs, L. E. Alford; Meridian, Seventh Avenue, to be supplied; Middleton, supplied by G. P. Fikes; Matherville, W. A. Hays; Wayne Mission, F. M. Williams; Waynesboro, W. L. Linfield; Chunkey, W. F. Bag gett; Enterprise and Stonewall, H. A. Gatlin; Shubuta, and Quit man, H. L. Norton; Pachuta, L. F. Alford; Leakeville, D. Scar borough; Buckatunna, B. W. Lewis; Daleville, E. J. Coker; North Kemper, supplied by W. E. Dickins; De Kalb, E. L. Al ford; Binnsyille, supplied by A. C. Flower; Vimyille, S. N. Young; Lauderdale, J. D. Ellis. Seashore District — Presiding Elder, M. L. Burton; Americus, D. E. Vickers; Bay St. Louis, to be supplied; Biloxi, Main Street, H. W. Van Hook; Biloxi, Oak Street, to be supplied; Brooklyn, J. M. Marsey; Carierre, E. C. Grice; Coalville, R. A. Sibley, Jr.; Escatawpa, R. H. Barr; Gulfport, Twenty-fifth Avenue, G. H. Galloway; Gulfport, Twen ty-eight Street, W. B. Jones; Hattiesburg, Court Street, W. C. Black; Hattiesburg, Main Street, R. Sibley; Hattiesburg, Redd Street, H. T. Carley; Longbeach and Pass Christian, J. L. Sells; Lucedale, C. C. Evans; Lumber ton, E. H. Mounger; McHenry and Wiggins, E. D. Phillips, and one to be supplied; Mosspoint, W. B. Lewis; New Augusta, sup plied by C. H. Ellis; Ocean Springs, H. R. Singleton; Oloh, C. C. Gibson; Pascagoula, T. B. Cottrell; Pearlington and Log town. L. A. Darsev: Ponlarville. D. P. Bradford; Purvis, M. M. Black; Sumrall, J. T. Abney; Vancleave, G. P. McKeown; Wolf River, supplied by Louis Fayard; Mentoruin, supplied by A. P. Cox. Brookhaven District—Presiding Elder, T. W. Adams; Adams and Mission, H. P. Lewis, Jr., and one to be supplied by J. B. King; Brookhaven, G. H. Thompson; Beauregard, J. C. Ellis; Colum bia, T. B. Clifford; Crystal Springs, H. W. Featherstun; Gallman, R. F. Wilt; Hazlehurst, H. B. Watkins; Magnolia, J. G. Galloway; McComb City, Cen tenary, N. B. Harmor; McComb City, LaBrancb, W. W. Sim mons; Plesaant Grove, J. H. Grice; Providence, J. N. Ware; Summit, L. Carley; Terry, J. E. Gray; Topisaw, R. Bradley; Hub, supplied by H. C. Herring; Mount Carmel, J. M. Corley; Pearlhaven abd Bogue Chitto, I). E. Kelley; Tylertown, J. E. Wil liams; Wesson, V. D. Skipper; Whitworth College, I. W. Coop er, president. Natchez District—Presiding El der, B. F. Jones; Natchez, Jeffer son Street, C. W. Crisler; Natch ez, Pearl Street, to be supplied; Barlow, R. W.*Thurman; Center ville, W. H. Saunders; Fayette, A HAPPY NEW YEAR! Welcome % 1006 New Year’s Resolutions are now in order. May we suggest? Resolve, That during the coming year you will buy all your goods from this store. You Can’t Do Better You Might Do Worse Happy New Year. May 1906 be freight ed with health and happiness for us all. Parsons, May, Oborschmidf Co. BROOKHAVEN, : : : MISSISSIPPI . . ... . . I On The | | Threshold of | I A New Year ! T We wish to thank those who have helped to make our last year’s business satisfactory, j We acknowledge appreciation and extend j to our patrons the sincerest wish that the j coming year may be one of happiness and j prosperity. I Our aim has been to conduct a drug store that | should conserve in every way the best interests j j of the public. The accomplishment of this pur= j j pose has been made possible by the steadfast j j adherence of those to whom this greeting is ex= j | tended. j | price Drug Company. I i W. G. Forsyth; Gloster, C. N. I Guice; Hamburg, F. A. Grimes; j Homochitto, W. W. Murray; Liberty, W. D. Dominick; Mead ville, W. W. Perry; Washington, to be supplied; Wilkinson, W. T. Blackwell; Woodville, C. A. Pow ell; Percy Creek, to be supplied; Caseyville, P. II. Howse; Bayou Pierre, C. M. Martin. Transferred—T. L. Mellin, to the Indian Mission Conference and Station; F. L. Crowson, to the Florida Conference; R. E. Rutledge, to the Alabama Confer ence; J. E. Lewis, to the Louis ville Conference; C. M. Chap man, to the Little Rock Confer ence; P. H. Fontaine, to the Louisiana Conference. The committee on conference relations made its report, recom mending the following for the su perannuated relation: R. A. Sibley, Sr., ,J. II. Evans, R. B. Downer, N. B. Young, P. How ard, W. G. Backus, Ira B. Rob ertson, R. L. Phillips, W. W. Hurst, L. J. Jones, R. D. Norse worthy, J. A. B. Jones, J. W. Brown, W. W. Cammack, G. R. Ellis, J. W. Sandell. Also the following were recommended for the supernumerary relation; W. L. C. Hunnicut, J. W. McLaurin, J. G. Cammack. The conference adopted the re Revs, T. W. Adams, W. B. Lewis and W. H. Huntley are continued on the Joint Board of Publication for the New Orleans Christian Advocate. County Medical Association. The Lincoln Medical Association at its recent annua! meeting elect ed the .following officers for the ensuing year: President, Dr. J. W. Bennett; Vice-President, Dr. S. G. Wilson; Secretary and Treasurer, Dr. W. H. Frizell. Dr. J. T. Butler was elected delegate to the next meeting of the State Medical Association and Dr. R. E. Higdon alternate. Mr. Will Higdon went up to Hazlehurst Sunday to enjoy a family re-union at the home of his brother, Mr. B. B. Higdon. Dr. and Mrs. (V. H. Seemann, of New Orleans, were holiday quests at the home of Mr. F. F. Becker. A. G. Carter Kills a Negro. A. G. Carter, a railroad con tractor well known about Brook haven for the past year, killed a negro named Jack May at Arm, on the Silver Creek Branch of the G. & S. I. last Thursday. The negro, who seems to have been an insolent fellow who didn’t appre ciate the importance of keeping in his place, resented something Carter had said to a negro em ploye several weeks ago. Ttiurs day, while under the influence of cocaine or whisky, he met Carter at the quarters of another railroad contractor and proceeded to give him “a cursing” and threatened to shoot him, making a move in that direction. Carter was too quick for him, and the result was a dead negro. Carter surrendered next day to Sheriff Lee, of Lawrence county, and on Saturday evening had a preliminary hearing before Jus tice Steen and was discharged, the court holding that the homicide was justifiable. The yule-t’de was shadowed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cope, Mrs. Cope’s father, Mr. Throckmorton, having died on the zo ra. xms saa aeain iook piaue at bis home in McComb, and Mr. Throckmorton was buried there on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cope, Mr. Charles Penn, Mrs. Josie Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Lula Ward, of this city, and others attended the obsequies. Mrs. Throckmorton returned to Brookbaven with Mrs. Cope but went back yesterday "to complete some business arrangements. Mr. Throckmorton was an elegant gen tleman and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. Peace to his ashes. ■ A delightful Christmas surprise to numerous relatives, was the ar rival on Sunday morning of Mr. F. C. Stamps and his daughter, Mrs. Gill, whose homes are at Honey Grove, Texas, and Indian Territory respectively. Mr. Stamps is a brother of the late Mrs. L Clark Maxwell and left Monticello, his old home, in 1859 »nd has not visited Brnokhaven in ill the intervening years. He has been kept busy trying to “locate” the town. HICKORY GROYE NOTES. The many rainy days we have had recently have interfered with our school enrollment considera bly. Mr. Beacham, of Brookhaven, and Miss Nora Brister, of Pleas ant Hill, accompanied by her sis ter, Miss Ida Brister, our efficient assistant teacher, drove into our parts Sunday last. The birthday dinner on Sunday last, in honor of Mr. Jas. L. Hart, whose age was seventy years, was very enjoyable to those present. Mr. Chris Douglass, of Brook haven, was one of our number last Sunday. Quite a number of our young folks attended the entertainment at Mt. Moriah Friday night, 15th. Reports tell of a very enjoyable time. Don’t forget to attend the Christmas tree at Hickory Grove school building Saturday night, Dec. 23rd. Miss Lizzie Busby, of Bogue Chitto, visited home folks Sunday last. Mr. ana Mrs. oam narc, or Norfield, drove into our vicinity last Sunday. Mr. Pink Bowmon, one of our most splendid boys, marched be hind the counters of the McGrath store Saturday last. , Mr. Nelson Lloyd and family, of Fernwood, are visiting friends and relatives. ! Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Boone were 1 the guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. ! W. Parnell Sunday last. VIOLET. Mr. and Mrs. C. Meade Mathis, , late of Copiah county, were guests : of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Spencer i Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mathis have sold their valuable property near Gallman, and will soon leave lor Brooklyn, Texas. John M. Weathersby, who shot ind dangerously wounded Jack Riley at New Hebron on the 13tb, i ms been denied bail, pending the result of Riley’s wounds. Ellis Byrd spent Christmas with I his mother in McComb. i "M-M-M-I-M11'H-H-frH' M-l-M-lf ; good I ! FURNITURE I : CHEAP I •L * i. i X * X * 4* X * • T • T • T > ■ A • M • •!• • 4* • • || —WE WILL GIVE YOU— X :: THE BEST GOODS FOR THE | :: LEAST MONEY AND ON THE f :: EASIEST TERMS f -? ii T. H. 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From a back lot in Brookhaven, on Saturday. )ec. 3d, 1005 one DUN HORSE ‘bout 10 years old, shod in front and saddled nd bridled. A liberal reward will be pal l for ds dtlivery to the underslgued or Information ending to his recovery. Address Mon-ton YentworthCo., or John V. Case, Brookhaven, diss.