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AT MOSELLE Saturday June 19th the Day Set Apart for the Occa sion. •- hi, .. j Moselle Lodge, No. 212. 1.0 O F.. * ' K, ' [ ! * P : C0,C °" Saturday. June I 19«h. Prominent speakers will bs in attendance to addrc*« the people Kverybody is vited to attend. It 1 Will be a gala day, as the M. -elle people know In to do things, We I acknowledge receipt of a speci&i in vitation. A New Light At the last meeting of the Bo of Alderman, a majority Honorable Board refused h ^^Tegularly paid for, for the past 20 ^ years. It has been done fi the j of allow ' account of tile New South News publishing the board; a work that has allowances of been the I public good, like a gre.it m i er allows nv otli j Inch has been made ices e en where there is requiring it. right to know specitic law The people have a I hat their public ser vants do with their money, and they can know in no other way. See? So tar as the cost is concerned it would be comparatively small to the tax We are sure it would not scarcely anything, as he only puys thesmall, measly, insignificant sum ot 15 cents advnlorum tax to the city for all purposes. That is what the rec ord says, and records is what we have to he governed by. payers, cost one of the Alderma: For Doors, Sash, and all kinds of Building Material, send your order Tub Kllisvile Mfo. Co. to One Bottle Did The Work. Klli ville, Miss To Those Who Are Suffering With Rheumatism: Three years ago I bought one bot tle of Hyde's Klieumatic Cure, hav ing been a sufferer for several years and had tried everything 1 ever heard of but received no relief until I was induced to try a bottle of Hyde's Klieumatic Cure. Ons hot tie perfected a permanent cure. J. E, Doskie. We bandle the largest Hue of Harness on the N. E. It. It. Bug gy HarujsB, from $7,50 to $90,00, Surrey harness, from $1,50 to $150.00. Hicks Mercantile Co. King's Karly Prolific Cotton Seed RUFFIN MERCANTILE CO. at HEADQUARTERS For Best Foot-Wear PETERS' maos rom us mr SHOES wear eaaiett and longest r J We also handle a nice line of other makes of shoes. Ladies' Oxfords A Specialty. 1 MASS roA US "Perers^ A&àShoeCo. ST. LOUIS We carry a nice line | of Dry Goods, Laces, Embroideries, La- ! dies Belts. Also a j complete line of men's and boy's I Shirts, Neckwer, and Belts. (F i 3gS > Don't forget us when , you ere in the city, | but see us before ! buying elsewhere. I 111 //1 d Sit ' V . Hosiery! Neckwear, 32 Hate. PARKER BROTHERS. C. T. Ferrill Stand. PROTRACTED MEETINGS At Baptist Church Begins To night. And Continues Through Next Week j Protiacted services will be^in at lhe B. n „,*t Ch ,m-h, s . ttntiUv * xtn . I , OKi , utle 12lh> . w A M . Comh o( njr)ton m,-.. will do the preach i 1 I it t. * j I r.ji i %* m j ' I j I REV. W. A. McCOMB Kev. tug throughout the meeting. J. L. l.ov.* the pastor, will uot be New Oil can a, ntan he ia in prei having his eyes* treated by a spec ialty!. The meeting: will continue throughout next week, All are cor dially invited to attend these ser vices. M. W. Hyde's Ding Store is the place to get your wants supplied and your prescriptions ti I led. We absolutely guarantee quality accuracy. and Seo our Liu-- of Schloss liras. Clothing, before buying, nt Hicks Mercantile Co , Laurel. We have a I. arge Stock of Hailes' Pure Honey, both extracted and in the Comb. Kckkin Mercantile, Co. Stomach Trouble. Your longue is coated. Your breath is fouL H e a d ach es come and go. These symptoms show that your stomach is the trouble. To remove the cause is thefirst thing, and Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that Easy to take and most effective^ I ' About Our People '• 4 l SHI roar Pork oi Beet «'»t le C I I K B URAVKS, City Market liivt* the ho.**e fly a jolt. Consistency ip a moat precious jewel. j J. \V Speed, ot Erttabnchie was in our city this week . I The Board of Supers i.«orc has been in session at 1 nurel this un k Dr Hutlrr. Mose'le, w.s a Pus ne*s visitor to ■ or city Tlititsd.i\. j I improved Weeder, oh Mercantile Cu. j Somt people cannot stand criticism no matter how justly deserved it may be. See Kind's I exhibit at Rnfli I i " ,r I me, Mr, and Mr*. Kdgar Harris, guests at the Dr 8 . 0 . Smith hi this week. Mis* Louise MeKIrov, ol Meridian is the guest of Mrs, W. V. W.liters, this Week. Troup McIntosh, oi Hattiesburg, spent several days brie this week with homefolke. Wo have Wagon» at old priem». Hicks Mercantile Co. Laurel. Mr. N. Pitt«, from over the river, at our office waa a plea nan la«*t Moudnv. caller Miss Irma Malady, ol Meridian, is the guest of liercousin. Miss l.auryc Ward, this week. Miss Erna Quick, who has been attending Blue Muiiiitain College, returned home tins week. Misses Hessie and Luna Moody are the guests of Meridian friends this week. Mrr. Irma Logan, of Hattiesburg, was the guest ot Kllisville relatives, tile latter part of Inst week. No man or set of men ran claim for themselves perfection. We are ull creatures of errors and mistakes. Mayor J. T. Taylor and Dr. 0. 8. Williams, sons of Veterans, took in the Memphis re-nulon tins week -—a. -—a. Rev. M. Cl. Turner, on account ol his physical condition, was unable to attend tlie re-Àinion at Memphis. Just lioceivetl^ Cur load of Sur rey» aud Huggii-k, Hicks, Mercantile Co. Laurel. Mrs. E. T. Ruffin i Taylorsville, was th and Mrs. L. W. Kujun, this week. Misses Essie and P'annie, Myer ot Hattiesburg, were guests of Mr. and Mrs, L. W. Ruffin, tills week. ■id little son, of 'i guest of Mr, The court house yard is being wonderfully improved under the supervision of Supervisor B. Du Bose. a Miss Klsie Smith, after a pleasant visit to Miss Louise Walters, return ed last Thursdav to her home at Tooineuba. This has been a good week for the farmers, and general green, 'grass', lias been routed from many a farm this week. Special prices on Wagons and Buggies, tor the summer—A large Block bought before the advance. Kl'efin Mercantile Co. Miss Pearl Webb left last Monday for Texas, to recuperate her health. We hope for her an early and com plete restoration. The Epwortb League had a very delightful entertainment at tlie res idence of Mrs. 8. D. Minims last Thursday nignt. Misses Kthel Gleen and Eva Jor dan, who have been attending Hol lins Institute, in Virginia, are at home for the summer vacation. John Quick, J. M. Buchanan, J. W. ScrngKina and Henry Rose, are all tlie veterans, that we know ot, who attended the re-union at Memphis. Mr. Aken Brook, who graduated at the University of Mississippi last week, ia spending aome time his mother and sisters, at the Alice Hotel. Miss Miriam Reddoch, the char ming little daughter of Mr. Jeff Reddoch, ia the guest of her father and grand parenta. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Couch, for awhile. The younger set of the city, were ^ splendidly entertained at the home of Mr«. May Bradley, on Friday ev- 1 enlng of laat week, in honor of Mias Josephine Hyams, of Meridian. We are increasing our aalea daily People are being cored of rheama tiam all over our state. Why do vou suffer? Give M. W. Hyde a chance to cure you. Every bottle gurau teed. Price, «1.00. Woman's Home Mission So ciety. METHODIST t HI KOI Thr »omin't Home Missnin So briety me« in called session, Monday nlternoon st «:.W o'clock at the I church. I The leetmkj watt called to order by the President, Mta. William O'» Donne!, who read h scripture lesaoti ami the Society sang II y inn, with j Mias Lucy O'Doonel at the The subject of the Call to Service.** or^sn. "A Me»dn mes Cham bers, \\ oodberry. Moody, Or 00 « and ; IOT>onne!l read leaflets. Mrs Moody I read a clipping fro meeting wan the New Or is advocate, in which Hro. W. T. j made a call lor j lea: I Urifli Irrest and |belp for the Beamen's Bethel Gulfport, Mrs letter from Kev J. II Mountai at Chambei read a B iss, of HIiiv Miss , in which tie thunk I »'d the Kllisville Home Mission fur i Hit ir donation of *5 00, I Muldiiig toward the ' f the new mission church. This is the first Methodist ever built in Mine Mountain. Kite new names were added to the roll Mis. I >r Bull til, Mrs. O, K- 1 Bulkin. Mrs. 8. 1). Minims. Mis. 8 Maggie Harris. It was decided to have a aale in the full, and at this sale, each mem ber was to bring one or more potted plants, dedicated to the Charity and Help Department. It was also de cided that a Home Mission Bank hr placed on the President's table at each meeting and that each mem ber bring an offering of a penny or more for this most sacred fund. Charity and Help. The Kllisville Auxiliary ol the Woman's Home Mission Society closes tlie first conference quarter and although but acharce :• months old, will present to the Conference Hosrd the following report: pairs on Parsonage, (.1.00. bereliip, 21. Number of leallets dis tributed, DO. sick and strangers, 19. garments given away, 10. Amount of money expended for church work and foi cnarlty, (22 (Ml. Whataoever your hands find to do, do it as unto thu Lord. church !.. Kills. Mi Ke* Mem • Number of visits to Number of MRS J. C. CHAMBERS. I une 1 st, 1909 . Night-Rider*. •Ajoyable social vias a "buggy t woung people, Having no One ol the moat i events ol litis week ride, by a number ot laat Tuesday night* moonlight, they invaded the home of Mr. Hta^iey Lee, w I« ed a luncheon, serve ere all enjoy by the ladiea present. Among tliiise who went were: Misses Lucy U'Diinnell, Daisy Chamber, Laurye Ward, Louise Me Klroy, Karle Craft, Klsie Smith, Mes sie Bradley, Kthel Ifardwick. Mes. srs. Wm. Mill, James Ward, Stanley Lee, lesse Ferrill, Leon Parker, fly er Slielliy, Prank Moody and Louis Parker. Moon-Light Picnic On Friday night of laat week, quite a nLimber of our young folks enjoy ed a moonlight picnic in the coun try, in honor ol Miaa Josephine By ants, of Meridian, Those present were: Misses Jo sephine Hvams, Bessie Bradley, Eurle Craft, Eva Bpraggins, Mau ryne Welborn, Willie Craft, Urace Parker. Metta Collins. Messrs' Prank Moody, Leon Parker, Oliver Bradley, Joe Bradley, Ben Stevena, Roy Stevens, Lloyd Tilghmao, John Ward. Chaperons: Mesdames M. W. Hyde, C. J. Hyde, Joe Kelly, May Bradley. I Magazines And Periodicals The July issues of Magstinea and Periodicals are being received now, and are on 8ale at the Klliaville Li* brary Rooms, in Pridge building, conducted by M 138 KLLA Mr.TN TOSH. Your patronage solicited. We are sole Agents for Htode baker, high grade buggies, Atlan ta White Star, Himmona Buggy Co., Jackson (J. Smith oi Barnett ville, Ga., American Carriage Co. Bauner Buggy Co., Herculean Buggy Co., l'hoenix Buggy Co, and the Mitchell Wagon. Uicka Mercantile Co, Laurel, When In need of building mate rial tor your house, we can furnish it on short notice. The Kllisville Mfo. Co. We are Ueceiviug new Hats ev ery day in oar Millinery Dept Hicks Mercantile Co Laurel. ^ The 1 come, the dandy time of year—for melon-cholic timea have coons. Don't Buy your Baggy, until yoa see oar saperb line A. pricer. Hicks Mercantile Co., Laurel. "The local dealer who's up to anuff, Will alwaya aJvertiae hie stuff." / I have a RHEUMATIC REMEDY That will make good ; I make this auertion because 1 have hundreds of testimon ial letters and satisfied that will stand back of it with me. : : : : : users j I know every ingredient that goes into this preparation. 1 make it myself and there is not a single solitary thing that is injurious to your general health. This remedy will relieve those nerve racking pains and if taken according to directions it will effect a permanent Cure. : : : : ' 1 Read the testimonial* in this paper and if not satis fied write me. t M. W. HYDE, ELLISV1LLE, MISSISSIPPI. Push In Or Bull in. Ita no trouble to get in Hyde's Drugstore. We want you to come and sec us. glad to see out friends. Wemeinber. guarantee to cure Rheumatism or retund yotir money. M. W. HYDE Drug Store We are always we Bend your order to KLLISVILLE Mrn. Co., for Sash, Doors, Brackets, Columns, and Cabinet Work of any description. !| A Remarkable Cure. Hattiesburg, Miss. Pel«. 3, IP# Mr. M. W. Hyde, Kllisville, Mias. Hriend Hyde: Please send Die snothrr bottle of your rheumatism cure either by express or mall. You will remember my wile suffered with rheumatism for over three years, tlie greater portion of her time confined to her bed. At the same time trying all kinda of called cureB without the slightest relief ot benefit. And ehe la jtiet finishing up the third hotlleof your medicine end she has not felt the touch of the or ao very alighest disease in three or lour weeks. I (hink ehe la cured, at the aome time I thought it would be good idea for her to take at least one more bottle to make aure ol it. My wile ia cer talnly a believer in your rheama tiam cure and would willingly give you teatimonlsl aho'ild you desire same. You certainly have a won derful remedy and we leel that we have been very fortunate in finding it. With beat wishes, I am yout L. B. Holland. friend. Miss Lurline Chambers will leach in the corner building ol Pridge block, acroaa the atreel from Mr. Tucker'a reaidence,during the three montha from JUNK 14,1909, to AUG. 30,1909. All the gradea from Sod through the High School. Especial attention given to those who failed to paaa their examination or wl,o wish to skip a section, or those back* ward In any study and wish to become more effleient. Emerson's System of Klocutioo Byrne System of Shorthand and Hygienic Physical Cul ture. All taught at reasona ble prices. Will also do plain sewing. Por More Particulara Phone 37 Mr. M. W. Hyde, Kllisville. Mias.. Dear Sir—1 suffered for 6ve weeks with inflammatory rheumatism | which resisted all treatment until I was advised by a friend to take your Rheumatic Cure. Before I had taken two-fhirda of one bottle I waa completely cured. 1 think your Rheumatic cure ia a wonder and I gladly recommend it to anybody suffering with rheumatism. BeapaCtfully, Laurel, Mias. The Watch Word* ■w «X !| EARLW. FREEMAM, DR. Of O-B. of O. Lock Box 219. EllisrilU, Mist My Eyes: Will glass— give me comfort? Your case will require an Examination. See or write me-lf your ey— are bad. Our Stock of Drugs and Medi cine is Complete. WARD'S Antiseptic Is The Best Try It WWI RUMMY, Six Htxall Store Established 1886. Estrsy Notice. Left my fiscs on or about January 15th, one cream oolorsd Ox, mark OS known to ma, weighing (00 or UND pounds, a boat 10 years old sad loose dltion wben be loft. Wilt gflvo (LOO for ble return to or lufomattoo leading to bla reoovery. J. M. GANDY. R. F. D. No. 2. Box 31 XlUsvtlls, Mia. | I I Notice Klliaville, Mies., June 1st. We hereby forbid say peream pur chasing notes of 0.L end, W. If. Woodward given in favor ol- ttoo Magnolia Stove and Usage Co* as the earns wee obtained fhtngh. trend. C. L. WooDwano. W. L. woomraao, .