1.0.0. F. PICNIC
Saturday June 19th the Day
Set Apart for the Occa
•- 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
vited to attend.
Will be a gala day, as the M. -elle
people know In
to do things, We I
acknowledge receipt of a speci&i in
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
account of tile New South News
board; a work that has
public good, like a gre.it m i
nv otli j
Inch has been made
e en where there is
right to know
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
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.
cost one of the Alderma:
For Doors, Sash, and all kinds of
Building Material, send your order
Tub Kllisvile Mfo. Co.
One Bottle Did The Work.
To Those Who Are Suffering With
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
Hicks Mercantile Co.
King's Karly Prolific Cotton Seed
RUFFIN MERCANTILE CO.
For Best Foot-Wear
maos rom us mr
SHOES wear eaaiett
We also handle a
nice line of other
makes of shoes.
Ladies' Oxfords A
MASS roA US
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
Don't forget us when ,
you ere in the city, |
but see us before !
' V .
C. T. Ferrill Stand.
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
REV. W. A. McCOMB
tug throughout the meeting.
J. L. l.ov.* the pastor,
New Oil can a,
having his eyes* treated by a spec
ialty!. The meeting: will continue
throughout next week, All are cor
dially invited to attend these ser
M. W. Hyde's Ding Store is the
place to get your wants supplied
and your prescriptions ti I led. We
absolutely guarantee quality
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.
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^
'• 4 l SHI roar Pork oi Beet «'»t
K B URAVKS, City Market
liivt* the ho.**e fly a jolt.
Consistency ip a moat precious
J. \V Speed, ot Erttabnchie was in
our city this week
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\.
improved Weeder, oh
j Somt people cannot stand criticism
no matter how justly deserved it
I exhibit at
" ,r I
Mr, and Mr*. Kdgar Harris,
guests at the Dr 8 . 0 . Smith hi
Mis* Louise MeKIrov, ol Meridian
is the guest of Mrs, W. V. W.liters,
Troup McIntosh, oi Hattiesburg,
spent several days brie this week
Wo have Wagon» at old priem».
Hicks Mercantile Co. Laurel.
Mr. N. Pitt«, from over the river,
at our office
waa a plea nan
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
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
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
Miss Klsie Smith, after a pleasant
visit to Miss Louise Walters, return
ed last Thursdav to her home at
This has been a good week for the
farmers, and general green, 'grass',
lias been routed from many a farm
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
The Epwortb League had a very
delightful entertainment at tlie res
idence of Mrs. 8. D. Minims last
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
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
METHODIST t HI KOI
Thr »omin't Home Missnin So
briety me« in called session, Monday
nlternoon st «:.W o'clock at 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.**
Me»dn mes Cham
bers, \\ oodberry. Moody, Or 00 « and ;
IOT>onne!l read leaflets. Mrs Moody
I read a clipping fro
the New Or
is advocate, in which Hro. W. T. j
made a call lor
|belp for the Beamen's Bethel
letter from Kev J. II
B iss, of HIiiv
Miss , in which tie thunk
I »'d the Kllisville Home Mission fur
i Hit ir donation of *5 00,
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
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
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.
!.. Kills. Mi
Number of visits to
MRS J. C. CHAMBERS.
I une 1 st, 1909 .
vias a "buggy
t woung people,
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
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
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
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.
1 come, the dandy time of year—for
melon-cholic timea have
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
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. : : : : :
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. : : : :
Read the testimonial* in this paper and if not satis
fied write me.
M. W. HYDE,
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
Bend your order to KLLISVILLE
Mrn. Co., for Sash, Doors, Brackets,
Columns, and Cabinet Work of any
A Remarkable Cure.
Hattiesburg, Miss. Pel«. 3, IP#
Mr. M. W. Hyde,
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
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.
Miss Lurline Chambers
will leach in the corner
building ol Pridge block,
acroaa the atreel from Mr.
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
Will also do plain sewing.
Por More Particulara Phone 37
Mr. M. W. Hyde,
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.
The Watch Word*
EARLW. FREEMAM, DR.
Of O-B. of O.
Lock Box 219.
My Eyes: Will glass— give
me comfort? Your case will
require an Examination. See
or write me-lf your ey— are
Our Stock of
Drugs and Medi
cine is Complete.
Is The Best
Six Htxall Store
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
leading to bla reoovery.
J. M. GANDY.
R. F. D. No. 2. Box 31 XlUsvtlls, Mia.
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.
C. L. WooDwano.
W. L. woomraao, .
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