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The New South-News, XIIK KLL1MVIL.I.K SiHWH AM) T1IK 1SKW WOl'TH, ( (»«OUDA I'U) A l'H 1 1 . IT, i»on. MISS., SATURDAY. ELLISVII LK. NO *JT -j uni: mon. VOL. XXIX «>. Time Table N. O. & fc .N. L. Schedule. ELLiSVILLE arrival of TRAINS AT Sul' 111 Hur.M». No. 3. No. 7 No. . r ). .. \> u 1 «5 a in 10 12 a tu: t 23 p S:2t p m NORTH HOUND No. S 10:13 pm No. Ï. No.'4. 11.12 a ru l:3g p in H H pi No. rt. Clubbing Rates. trout!. Week New the We will give News and the three times Atlanta Constitutior, for #1 73 and ■. nuiSiin the Uoino an 1 Kirin 1 r L 12.00 for the whole outti This is a splendid offer reading matter you the tug "ad" i tier on page a ot this I r it11 ti e Had .sollt. jin per. Citation Notice. STATE 01* MISSISSIPPI, To Mat Dement, the Defendent ; You »re commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the let Distrct of Jones couutv, iu »aid Slate, on the 3rd, Monday of June A. I> ÎW'H, to defend the suit In said court ot Charity Dement wherein you are a Defendant. A. D. 190<J. J. H. CRAWFORD Clerk Mv HENRY HUFF, D. C l ais Ihe 10th dav of May Sharbrough & Cooley, Solicitors for Complainant. 1» is alright for tie great corpora tions and manufacturers to orga nise into combinations, but it is wrong from the ••interests" stand point for the laboring p -ople to organise In to aidons. all P/f* 4^ » I h 7 9 ti a : , r * 1 ® nit ! k / .'.I if \ vy\ Up DESIGNED B' 3pero. Michael &Son MEW î«ORK. « *1 TAILORING out does its previous Best in SPERO MICHAEL & SON" Clothes, because as much attention is paid to the correct fit of the garments as there is that the style shall be the latest and best The collars hug the neck like a sweetheart, the lap els are shaped exactly to the proper angle and the cuffs are the newest expressions of designing. In addition to the fit and style feature of "SPERO, MICHAEL & SON" Clothes the materials used are al ways the best possible in each grade and will wear beyond your expectatioL - You save in price and gain in service. Spring Suits-Spring Fabrics—Spring Colors. ! 7 fjm TERRIBLE TOR NADO IN TEXAS Path of Storm Was 300 Yds. Wide- Little Town Zeph> *"» Scene of Death and Ruin. ! You should net delay under « * y eircamstnnces in ea.es ef kidi -ey an Hladder trouble. Yoirn'eniil nboutd lake »'inethiiig \ *i ' ' that you snow is rsllshle, «■ met tune like IV A ill's Kidney ami Uladuer I ids They are unequaied for weak back. backache, inflammation of tn« bind .... der, rheomntic pain#, etc. \\ hon yo-i ,Hk for DtWIU'a Kidney and Bladdn Pill**, be Hure and get them, i hey are antiseptic, Accept no substitutes; in Hist upon gplting the right kind, Sold by E. J. Ward Drug more. THIRTY-TWO KILLED AND FIFTY INJURED Tixis, May 31.-A tornn Io f irr» a* fury struct the Ut tir village of V. plivr. in ti e eastern p rtion ..1 B.owu county, at 1 o'clock Sunday and left a path of death and Instruction seldom parallel d. •«»•«Mi U«f has reached and he number i f so: : usl v und fn ! tally wonnd**d w.H n i h 60. A sc 1 ■ . w ■ • Tie a total of ire more or lest n j**.r. d. a Then 's some ni r.al dlsi use pc s ent when ti e sight ot nt.other'shap pimss gives us pain. to DeWltl's little Early Riser», the beat known pills und the lust pills, made, are eaay to lake and ael gently and are certain. We sell and recom mend them, K. J. Ward City Drug Store. ■ FROM SANDFRSVil LE. The Statesinan. When the time to run for t tliee ami to eanvii**!* the e* untry iiroan «mil- •* m di-Uta ring the f *i s of the candidate-, ami what w .rtn hands.-akiiig be»ie their feelings and what fur promises tue made ,u ' 1 1 " '" nd,rlv u ,1 " v .1, ut the welfare of lie .. ir wife not darling cherubs. how ihe , ion day arrivi-sai i u kind. ! affable and Irvn c candidates are elected sun then they cau't see the dear voter over their shirt collars « 11 to the legislative halls or ihe various i ftlci » they go, and when thev n <'t there they have the odor of a sweet smelling irourd vino about ttiein, au. I all tried and true men ur.i up their non « wlu-u oue of I t sl .ii smen «;>!>■ ar ion tuo arena "lairabiled ulu" I Ins r usa of men ought to hire out to boiler coal in some order to evade lb. ic»-, l.uler. If you tickle Ibis fellows hi nd with a ti n dollar bill you lave loin dea 1 sure on your side, unitss si tue , 1U - dvs more tlckll s• (1 11 111 'Kl Iier hunted m the broad daylight w| , h i Rnterl) , tu flail aa honeat - , . . . . man. Jt he tftiuuld hunt among these n »tUe-ineu, he would tail to ,l:u i 1 Loro ar*.* raauv loyal statesnieu iu Mississippi and other states, v.z ; McLaurln, li rd, Vardamun et al. »hu greve has swollowcd Damai George Wulthall ot. ub, but they still livo iu our heurts. We love Aud honor those mon w bon alive hat ! (p,. *i^;i 1 1 n n irk ai.ey. Hi uud present to them iiiobf beuutilul lioqueio. The names of huoli men I s Jeff Davis, Uutr tiaorg« Wal thall et. al. wul uev.r bo forgotten und all true amt brave Southern men sud women will ever cherish Ilia f^ve.niory of suuh uien, andi^ lèuuh^their children to minor ihetr deeds and names fur they are the ones most loved ol ell, and they are the brightest stars in the world ol statesmen The man seeks the office now, and if tu the push he is elected things are reversed anil the bottom rail is now on top. M» rtt does not win In there days of grace, folks are now called "the top • >1 the pot" who were not allowed in i ur homes in of Coffins and Caskets And Burial Robes » yij Çij s.. 1 Coffins. Caskets And Burial Robes F. 0. PIKER, . Miss. EUisville, What Shall We Eat? What »hall w v I lit A twitlin n *t> lll-I 11-» - -t>. -ViT<* 4 tti.it sp- | pomlieitis is oatiisi'il by uating broad 1 mal" fri ni t;u> high-grade jiateut tii'.Ii r bltyiched tl mr. Another un >1 uyil nut hoi it v dtvlari*» t tint wo will noon txv >nn> a nation of onnsunip- ! tivi"* sit on aooount of miIdk b,*<*f. j butter amt milk fron* minais *ffi:<>- | ted with lut)*>rculoni- and now a ta | tul - i.iladv, something like cholera, ; lias broken out in the southern part ■ of the state, which the phyrictans declare results lroui "ating corn bread „ It this thing ki ej>s up we will lie compelled to return to the custom of Hibhoal days when the people lived on tlsb, fruit and wine. — K ist Miss, Times ! pi of The Old School Exhibition. .lust as the warmer season comes He pulls himself together— The boy he deck." And never minds the weather On piney platforms, high mid lo We sis* him rise and shine ; He tells ns of the soldier brave "From Dingen on tin* Ithlno" And the little girl In onillco, Willi cheeks like roses bright, Informs us of the curfew. That ''Khalluot ring tonight," mounts "the burning at And as we Sit and listen, The tides of Memory How. Perhaps you were that boy that girl, Homo forty years ago ! Krank I,. Hlanton. anlc-bollutn days. »)ur "' pr ' , ,noru tespootod in those fora the war" tunes than a saloon kH, 'P r,r * now the saloon man rules the roast. The move Is ou toot to andi^ "k« «IÜ1 "ka and we pray for louio SyAs olfy. A f* 16 l,r( l B r of the day is "get mon. f y ; steal It, olioat your neighbors lor it, swindle the widows and or phans. 1 like to have said cheat yonr friends, hut such a thing as a friend ia non est. Bo careful of your tnonoy boys, be narofol of your money, for von will find tt true, that friends are few whenever you are scarce of a dollar or two, VETERAN negroes "be « is NATURE TELLS YOU. | 1 ! j | | A* many an EUisville Reader Know« Too Well. i i When the k'.dnevs are sti U Nature tells yon about tt. ; 1 he urine i- nature s e bet dar. Infrequent nr ti>o trrquent action Any urinary trouble tells of kid ■ ! llt'V ills, Doan's Kidney Pills eure nil ki I nev ills. KHlsvlllo people testify to this. \Y. J. Jackson, Klitsvllle, Miss , says. "1 was helped greatly by , Do« n 's Kidney Pills and am glad, pi let others knewof tny i xpeiietiee, The (list symptom of k.dtiey In my , ,, ' : war n tliill pain tn tb*»«» niu iII of mv back, soon fol.owul by an ir | regularity in the passages of the kidney sécrétions. I snllerial from these annoyances for nearly a year, at the end of which time I had the good forlutie lo hour of Doan's Kid ney Pills 1 procurod a Ih,.\ at K .1 Ward s drug store and found them to lie just what inysystem reouirisl. 4 J 1 Iti a short I begun to improve anil wfts soon well enough to discontinue the usixi of the remedy. For sale by all dealers Price.'me Foster-Mtlburn Co., Hulialo, New York, sole agents I - *r the I ititisl States. It'member the name Doan's I ml take no other. a Notice To Creditor». vy lieir«» Iclter» ot iidmlidHtrtion having Keen grinded on the '2Hlh day of April A. I). I huh by the CHANCERY COURT - tufty ot the Jst T)l»^rirt i ot Jones |*o Mississippi, to Iba ander* Igned i the estate of )obn Wesley Chsmhers deceased. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against ssbl estate lo present the same to the Clerk of said court for probate and registra tion according to law, within one year from lids dale or they will lie forever upon This April 2Hih lHOd Mus. 1.1/7.11-. I). C lIA'IHKIlS, Ad mldlstrslr'x barred. Hardy A Arnold, Hidlcitora. Hon. fl. II. Alford, ooinmlssioner of Agrlcultaie for Ulaiboene county, says that "a Mississippi farmer ought to 1st ashamisl to haul com, hay, oats, bacon, lard, or any other product that he can produce, out > f town." All farmers who buy corn and meat, or other feed rtufTs from the west, never get rich or Inde pendent, It Is a suicidal policy to say the least of It. j .Till Try Our "Kola 11 1 ! Keep Cool and Remember i il .' CALDWELL BROTHERS* e 1 iiiii I PROPRIETORS OF EUisville Ice and Bottling Works. -, n I li; We Manufacture and Sell Ice, All Kinds of Soft Drinks. I' ii Full Line of Feed Stuff Try our Tip Top cow feed |!lj! li im I l!ii And we deliver promptly. ill ' i! Miss. EUisville, m Phone 20. i, 1 !! 23 -. ■> 1 ho Whiskey Bar ■ - i. ;i l - nii'Uiio « oui!«* 1 a 1* ir. t hat is true A bm to hoavi n , a d-'-ir to hall. W 1, vor n inn*,1 tt, named it well. A bar to ntatiliiie-- amt wealth, A itixir to u.t and hr"kr'ii health. A bar to honor, prilo and fame, A d *r t » sin, grief and shame A liar to hope, a liar to prayer, A door to darkness and ilei[i*!r. i A bar to honored, useful Ills; A door to hrawhng, strife A Imr to all that's true and brave, A door to every drunkard's grave. A bar to joys that home Popart» , A door to tears and aching hi arts, i V Dir to heaven, a door to bell : Whoever ti allied it, namt*d it well, «■•use ess Children peeiAll) like killlied >| I.axailvr Cough Sirup as it tantes '"'«'>■ »« K<»od «. ...apis sugar.. It : uot only heals irrltmion anti alia)« i h ( Ik tu m t iti n, tht«r«'l)> Atopping thn | , butll moVP , , ll0 bo(|l „ gently ami and In that way drivas the cold from tbs ayitein. It eontalos no opiates. Hold by K. J. Ward City Drug Store . , , , ,, I lie hoard of mayor and alderman , ,, ,, , ... of Hrookhavnn lias adopted an orili . .,,, naliiai reou r ng t lie polna) to kill «V , , e-y dog lour,d roaming tin* street« ... , , without a tnuz/le, and the mayor . , , I. is issued a proclamation giving no. , , , IK" and lair wnrniiig. llils action , , . , , ... has been taken Imeuase of the up , . , , , peiiranee of mad dogs, anil Is a very wise precaution. The dogs in Kilts— ville are allowed to roam the streets ; without even a tag, someMmos Isi I mg a do/, n or more on tim »UeeW at jonc time. If tlm people tiuy tags they do not put tliem on tlinlr doga. All dogs (HWiniUod to run at large sliuulj^^yijjr Kjnu/./.le as well aa a U.. •• • f.enlou. q without then» , should he killed to r^apmr aan ttarar rvrf A n«w creditability represent a town whoa« business men do not advertise. He may Howl htuiMilf hoarse bragging about the vim, energy and enter prise of his town, hut if ble declara tion» are not bucked up by a liberal amount of advertising by the busl ness men of the town, the world 1 will be f low to take his statements a» true If lakes more Ilian the un supported Ustimoiiy of the local uoWHpa|»er mart to prove to the world that his town is the financial center, the liutdnnsa center, the beet market, and Ihe liest place on earth to buy good* ; bis evidence needs no ooroboratlon.—Hoott Conn oy Register, f to ft so often happens that by the tune one is well oil lu this world he it well on toward the next.