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That's the kind we fill and what
it is after we are through with
We never substitute,
It's a dangerous practice, though often indulged
When the doctor prescribes we follow his direct
ions and the medicine and the prescriptions
tally always.
Our experience and equipment in this line guaran
tee you THE BEST SERVICE, and leaves
nothing to be desired.
We also have everything nice in
and sell them at prices to suit your pocket
Personal Mention,
Mr. L. M. Gartrell, of Days,
spent yesterday in Hernando.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Moody
spent Monday in Memphis.
Miss Ida Tipton, of Nesbitt,
visited relatives in town this week.
Miss Jessie Moody is spending
a few days in Memphis with rela
Misses Irene and Josie David
son visited relatives in Nesbitt
Marshal Gore is having the
streets worked and is laying new
Misses Bessie Boyce and Josie
Jones returned from Memphis
Will Solomon is now working
at the telephone. exchange as
night operator.
The little Misses Smith, ofSen
atobia, spent Sunday with Miss
Nellie Solomon.
Mr. Will Solomon, of Tennessee
visited relatives in town Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Robert Wilkinson, of Memphis,
visited his aunt, Mrs. L. W.
Latham this week.
Miss Leslie Stevens, of By
halia, was a guest of Mrs. (Dr.)
Johnson Wednesday.
Dr. W. B. Maxwell. Grand Re
porter K. of H. was a business
visitor here yesterday.
Miss Rebecca Wilkinson, of
Memphis, visited friends and rel
atives in town this week.
Jockey Dick Johnson came out
from Memphis and spent Friday
and Saturday with his parents.
Miss Lelia Lester, of Eudora,
visited friends and relatives in
town the first part of the week.
Mrs. Ruth Merritt, of Califor
nia, arrived here Saturday and is
now a guest of Mrs. Carey Jones.
M r. Bob Smith, accompanied
by his little daughter, Carrie,
spent Wednesday with friends
Mrs. L. O. Dockery, accom
panied by her daughter. Sarah,
spent several days in Memphis
this week.
Col. H / D. Money, candidate
for re-election to the Uuited
States senate, will address the
citizens of DeSoto county the
second Monday in May—which is
the day for the begining of the
spring term of circuit court.
There will probably be other can
didates for state office present,
but we have no authority, as yet,
to announce them.
Some of our young people en
joyed a dance in the vacant store
next door to E. D. Lauderdale's
last Wednesday night.
Mr. W. D. Phillips has moved
his good and market from oppo
site Smith & Son's store to the
old "Spot Cash'' building.
Mrs. Jane Wood returned Sat
urday from San Antonio, Texas,
where she spent the winter with
her son, Mr. Herbert Wood.
lion. J. C. Kincannon, candi
date for re-election to the office of
railroad commissioner, was a
pleasant visitor here Thursday.
Mrs. C. D. Williams and little
son, (!. D., accompanied by Miss
Etifa Mooney, left today for By
haha to visit friends for a few
Mr. Rosco Lauderdale took the
third degree in the rank of the
Kuights of Pythias Wednesday
and is uow a full-fledged member
of that order.
Mr Wallace B. Shaw, who
was formerly connected with this
paper, is now publishing a paper
at Maben, and is making a suc
cess of his business.
W. H. Moody, after spending
six weeks in the delta, was around
town Saturday morning shaking
hands with the old folks and kiss
ing the children.
We are authorized to announce
as a candidate for your cash
trade- His motto is not how
cheap, but how good.
Mr. R. E. L. Morgan returned
Monday from Battle Creek Mich.,
i where he has been for the past
few days visiting his wife. Mrs.
. Morgan's health is now much im
I Mr. J. W. Stephenson, a prom
jineut citizen of Holly Springs,
was a business visitor here part
of the week. He stated that Mr.
Maxwell, our candidate for audi
tor was solid, in Marshall county.
The ladies of the Episcopal
church will give a May Festival
Friday night May löt, in ller
nando, at some place to be deci
ded by them, and which will lie
published next week. Every
thing will lie done by th s ladies to
make it an enjoyable affair and
everybody will be welcome.
Mr. R. F. B. Logan returned
to the University last Monday, !
after a few day's visit arno ig j
friends m the county.
Judge C. E Elmore, of Mom !
in »th Springs, Ark., is spending j
several lays with relatives at |
Horn Like, adjusting the estate 1
of his t'itlur, vlr G. D. Elmore,
who died April Is
The following people from here
visited Memphis this week: Dr.
Weissinger, Messrs. J. C. Acree,
Si. Smith, E. T. Wilkinson and
L. W. Williamson; Misses Lucile
Lynn, Mary Povyel, Inez and
Mary Alice Smith; Mesdames
\\ estbrook and W. A. Powel.
Rev. Walton Lee, who has been
teaching at Olive Branch, but
who had to suspend his school
several weeks ago on account of
the sickness of himself and as
sistant, is now . in Hernando,
where he will make his home.
We are glad to welcome him here.
To the Public.
I havemoved to the "Spot Cash"
store between Lambeth's and
Cooke's stores, and will' run a
first-class grocery store and res
tail rant. I will continue to run a
market and supply my customers
with the best of everything.
Give me a share of vour business
W. D. Phillips.
Beautiful assortment of
Ladies' Dress Goods, No
tions, Embroideries and
Laces. Our line of Ladies'
and Gents' Furnishing
Goods consist of the latest
All kinds and all prices.
Don't overlook our lines of
Clothing and Hats. They
are complete.
Nice new stock of Mat
tings, Rugs and Window
W. B, Lambeth,
Hernando, Miss.
An Ordinance to Prohibit Gambling.
Be it ordained by the board of mayor and
aldermen of the town of Hernando. That any
person who shall encourage, promote, play
at an y (fame, play or amusement for money
or other valuable things, or shall wager or
bet. promote or encourage the wagering or
betting any game, play, amusement cock
fight or duel or upo n the result of any elec
tion whatever, shall lie guilty of a misde
meanor and upon eovtction he fined not more
than $100 and unless such fine and costs lie
immediately paid, shall bo Imprisoned not
more than twenty days and not less than five
days. „ , ,
Be !'. further ordained that for cause this
ordinance I ake effect from date and after its
pi> ■ age. Fussed and approved April 7. 1903.
B. F. JONES, Mayor.
1. xS. Pullin, Recorder.
ea( .[) mea ], to digest what you
Bcauiy and Strength.
Are desirable. Yon are strong
and vigorous, when your blood is
pure. Many—nav, most—worn
en, fail to properly digest their
food, and so become pale, sallow,
thin and weak, while the bright
ness, freshness and beauty of the
skin and complexion, depart.
Remedy this unpleasant evil, by
eating nourishing food, and tak
ing a small dose of flerbine after
have eaten,
50c at E. D. Lauder
3 »

My stock of groceries is conv
plete and always fresh, f buy
in small quantities and often,
therefore no old stock at any
time- J*£ J?£
Fersh Chocolate Candies al
ways on hand- Put up in fancy
boxes for you
A complete line of Queensware
and Graniteware- Call and in/
spect my stock' JSC . JSC JSC
Phone 49. FREE DELIVERY Phone 49.
Fine Cigars and Tobacco.

Save the Loved Ones.
Mrs. Marv A. Vliet, Newcastle,
Colo., writes: "I believe Bal
lard's Horehound Svrnp is supe
rior to any other cough medicine,
and will do all that is claimed for
it, and it is so pleasant to take.
My little girl wants to take it
when she has no need for it."
Ballard's Horehound Syrup is
the great cure for pulmonary ail
ments. 25c, 50c and $1 00 at E.
D. Lauderdale's.
Mozart Club Meets.
The Mozart Club was enter
tained Wednesday afternoon at
the college by Mrs. Powel. The
life and works of Liszt was the
subject under discussion. The
program was an enteresting one,
and was carried out in a manner
that reflected credit on the mem
tiers. Delicious fruits were
served and the afternoon was
much enjoyed bv all present.
Candidates for Beat Office.
We are authorized to announce
the following citizen as candidates
before the democratic primary
election for the offices named: T.
F. Johnston, of Nesbitt, for Mag
istrate district 5; A. M. Lauder
dale for magistrate district 5;
W. L. Gore for constable district
5; J. C. Long for supervisor dis
trict 1; J. M. R. Anderson for
supervisor district 5; J. A Mitch
ell for supervisor district 1. They
are all good men and would make
excellent public servants.
Change in Schedule.
The north bound St. Louis ex
press and Chicago limited trains,
due here at 6:11 a. m. and 7:42 p.
m., respectively, will hereafter
stop at Hernanoo. The schedule
for the other trains bus also been
changed. Notice the lime table
I have a nice line of
Fine Millinery and invite
inspection. My stock is
always stylish and seasons
able. Call on me when
in Memphis.
Mrs. E, Gavin,
3841 Main St., OppositeGayoso Hotel
Memphis, Tenn.
Mr. Moody for Chancery Clerk.
Mr. W. H. Moody, who has
been a pronounced candidate for
chancery clerk for several
months, announces himself in
this issue. Mr. Moody has serv
ed the people faithfully and well
for uineteeu years as county
surveyor and now asks to be pro
moted. He has a fine literary ed
ucation and is a member of the
DeSoto county bar. He is a stu
dious, well posted man and thor
oughly qualified to till this impor
tant office. He will visit each
voter and set forth his claims in
the coming campaign.
Local Time Table.
St. Louts Express.6:11 a. m.
Cblcagro Limited .7:*> P m.
Memphis Accommodation.7:58 a.m.
Local Freight (daily except Sunday)3:16 p. m.
Mixed Train..5:15 p. m.
Mixed Train. .'.8:19 a.m.
Local Freight (dally except Sunday) 10:66 a.m.
Grenada Accommodation.5:42 p. m.
K. DAVIS, Agent.
Lor liver troubles and constipa
There's nothing better in creation
Than Little Early Kisers, the fa
mous little pills
That always effect a cureand save
doctor bills.
Little Early Risers are different
from all other pills, They do not
weaken the system, hut act as a
tonic to the tissues by arousing
the secretions and restoring the
liver to the full performance of
of its functions naturally. Jagoe
& Co.
Low Colon ist
The WEST asd
This is a good route to the
new and fertile fields of Okla
homa, the Indian Territory and
Texas. Low rates—both single
and round trip—in effect on the
first and third Tuesdays of each
month. For detailed informa
tion, address
Division Passenger Agent

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