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TRAINS NORTH. No. 132 No. 134 Local freight (daily except Sunday) .3:08 p. m. 7:40 a. m. 7:00 p. m. TRAINS SOUTH. No. 133 No. 131 . 8:46 a. m. 5:58 p. m. Local freight (daily except Sunday) . 9:15 p. m. R. L. Kirkwood, Agent. NEWS and NOTES PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATTER Mrs. A. L. Gibson, of Memphis, vis ited her son here this week. Mr. Jack Weissinger, of Memphis, visited his parents here part of the week. Miss Nellie Tilghman is employed in the millinery store of Gilliland & Eason. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wheeler, of Lake Cormorant, were visitors here last Saturday. Service will be held at the Episco pal church Thursday evening, May 2, at 7:45 o'clock. Miss Lula Robinson has returned home from Corinth, where she has been teaching. Manager Foster Hume, of the Cum berland Telephone Co., Memphis, was a business visitor here yesterday. Misses Kate and Fannie Logan, who have been teaching near Boone ville, have returned to their home here. The ladies of the Episcopal church, will serve cream in the courthouse yard during the afternoon of May 16, if weather permits. The condition of Attorney E. J. Pol lard, whose foot was removed at the St. Josephep Hospital last week, is reported as very encouraging. Mr. Claude Horne, of Carrollton, "freight rate" candidate for railroad commissioner, was here in the inter est of his candidacy last Wednesday. Buildings and Improvements. Contractor J. W. Ferguson lias about completed the new cottage for Attorney J. E. Holmes, just south of W. R. Counts' residence. It will be occupied by T. M. Hudson, Contractor Walter McCrackin is building an addition of one room to Mrs. Oldenburg's residence. Attorney A. M. Lauderdale has had an addition of one room and other repairs made on his residence. Work is being pushed on the cot tage next to the residence occupied by A. R. Whitley on Depot street. This house is being erected by Geo. Wood and will be occupied by J. L. Pace. -- Church Luncheon. Ladies of the Methodist church will serve lunch at Gilliland & Eason's store on first Monday and Tuesday of court. Public patronage solicited. P. D. Clack A.cy Lehman of Clacks, Miss. f Clack & Lehman Si $ © HIGH GLASS $ -§ © $ © 3 & POPULAR PRICES © £ AGENTS FOR N. B. FORREST'S ,g $3.50 SHOES £ $ -3 $ £ xg 84 S. Main Street gr Memphis, : Tenn. © © PostofFice Discontinued. The postofflee at Days has again been abolished, and the ppatrons of that neighborhood are greatly incon venienced by the discontinuance of mail facilities. Over a year ago a rural route was established from Lake Cormorant to serve the patrons of the Days neighborhood. The route was abandoned after a few months and an inferior mail service to Days estab lished. For techinal reasons this has now been discontinued. Caught With a Gun. Hose Bogan, a negro from the Eu dora neighborhood was arrested by Deputies Gore and Skelton here on suspicion that he was selling liquor and a gun was found in a basket he was carrying. The negro's action aroused the suspicion of the officers and they him, believing that lie had whisky for sale and was carrying it in a basket. He was carried before Mayor Jones who fined him |25 for the olfense. He was jailed in default of payment of the fine. Bogan is the same negro who had a difficulty with Deputy J. O. White at Eudora a year or two ago, in which the deputy killed the negro's horse. To Be Sold Under Mortgage. On Monday, April 29th, at the court house of lots in Nesbitt, containing about ten and one-half acres with 4 room house, barn, etc. Mortgage debt $525, property worth $1,000 W. E. Shipman, Mortgage. Why have a tortid liver when Herbine, the only liver regulator will help you? There is no reason why you should suffer from Dyspepsia, Constipation, Chill and Fever or any liver com plaints, when Herbine will cure you. F. C. Waite, Westville, Fla., writes: "I was sick for a month with chills and fever, and after taking two bot tles of Herbine am well and healthy. Sold by all druggists. Attorney L. J. Farley spent Mon day in Senatobia in the interest of his candidacy. Conductor Jno. Acree, of the Y. & M. V. railroad, visited his parents here last week. Rev. W. E. Lee spent three days in Batesville, attending the Bible Asso ciation. Mrs. N. E. Wilroy is a guest of her parents at Arkabutla. Dr. Wm. A. Powel Physician and Surgeon Telephones j Keyence 7-3 Hernando, Miss. Center Street. DR. HUGH GARRETT Denti st. Will be in Hernando Office Every Monday. E. J. FOLLARD Attorney-at-Law Will practice in all courts. Horn Lake, Miss. A. J. WEISSINGER, M. D. Office Residence 48 Opposite Hernando Drug Store. Hernando, Miss. 44 Telephones Hugh Foster INSURANCE LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONES: - 32-2 OFFICE - RESIDENCE 32-3 i I W. B. Prichard Expert Barber $ to With years of experience, sharp to to instruments and clean surround- jjjj ■£ ings, am prepared to please the ^ to public. to 1 ? Shop in Hernando Bank Building. 1 1 to to a % % WESSON & VINSON Mir 3 Received yesterday a shipment of the newest shapes and up-to-date trim mings. You just as well buy an up-to date hat=don't cost any more than a back number." May look a little odd at first, but you'll appreciate it later on. JUST FOLLOW THE CROWD $ © ■nti a M0 u 11 % & :§ff ■■eZ. :g? & & BUSINESS 10CALS Notices under tins head will be enserted for one cent per word each week. Initials count as words. VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE— The Nance-Alsobrook 320 acres, only 12 miles from Memphis, 1 1-2 miles from pike, a good farm, and desirable investment. See advertisement in this issue. 4-26-2t Holmes & Holmes, Attys. STRAYED OR STOLEN-One dark iron gray filly, 3 years old, 13 hands high, long white tail, white mouth. $10 reward for information leading to recovery. Jas. Hodges, Eudora, Miss. FOR SALE—A 6-room cottage in Hernando, one block west of court house, with bam and pasture suffic ient for horse and cow. Possession given Sept. 1st. Price $1,800. 3-22-tf R. P. Cooke. FOR SALE—One 2-year old graded heifer, and one 6-year-old milch cow with young calf. 4-29-tf M. L. Smith, Hernando. FOR SALE—400 bushets of clean, sound cotton seed, ginned before storm—50c per bushel. Also one nice Jersey cow with young calf. E. E. Vaden, Bright, Miss. tf POR SALE—100 bushels Russel Big Bool cotton seed. Cotton picked be S. A. Walton. fore storm. Commissioner's Sale. J. R. Lauderdale et al. \ Ex Parte j By virtue of a decree rendered in this styled cause, at the March term, 1907, of the Chancery court of DeSoto county, Mississippi, recorded in Min ute Book 10, page 369, I, N. E. Wil roy, commissioner therein, will on Monday, the 6th day of May, 1907, within legal hours, expose for sale and sell, at public auction, in front of the east door of the courthouse in said county, to the highest bidder for cash—10 per cent of said bid to be paid on day of sale and balance on confirmation—the following described land situated in said county, to-wit: 80 acres, being the north half of the north west quarter of section 11, township 3, range 7, vest; and 38 acres, more or less, bounded as fol lows : Beginning at the north east corner of section 10, township 3, range 7, in said county, and running west 69 1-2 poles to a stake; thence south to a horn-beam on bank of Short creek, thence with said creek to where a ditch runs cast and west into £>hort creek, thence east with said ditch to the section line, thence north to the beginning point, and being further known as the same land conveyed to M. E. Lauderdale oft. Jan. 1, 1876, by A. D. Lauderdale et al execu tors, as shown by deed of record in Book Z, page 524, of the Records of Deeds for said county. Witness my signature this the 8th day of April, 1907. N. E. Wilboy, Commissioner. Farley & Lauderdale, Solicitors for Complainants. No. 3097. Indigestion. With its companions, heart burn, flatulence, torpidity of the liver, con stipation, palpitation of the heart, poor blood, headache and othar ner vous symptoms, sallow skin, foul tongue, offensive breath and a legion of other ailments, is at once the most widespread and destructive malady among the American people. The Herbine treatment will cure all these troubles. 50c bottle. Sold by all druggists._ Notice to Agents. This is to notify all agents, especial ly those for medicine and pictures, that they are forbidden to transact business on any of the places own ed, leased or controlled by Banks & Co. Anyone violating this order will be vigorously prosecuted, ll-l-lyr Banks & Co. SOME HORSE SENSE THERE IS BUT ONE STALLION BY THE NAME OF Frank Hal .And that is the owned at Pine Tree Stock Farm two and one-half miles northwest of Hernando and two and one-haff miles south west of Nesbit, on the Hernando and Horn Lake road. Any other horse being advertised under this name is an imposter and coun terfeit. We simply want to caution such persons as have not seen our horse, those that know him cannot be deceived. Frank Hal is a handsome black individual, stands 16 hands high and weighs 1200 pounds, goes all the saddle gaits and paces or trots in harness. This horse will make this season at above farm. TERMS: $15.00 to insure a live colt, to be settled for by note at time of service and payable at foaling time, or $12.00 to insure a foal to be settled for at time of service and payable March 1st, 1908. For further information call on or address J. J. FREARK, Supt. Pine Tree Stock Farm, Hernando, Miss. THE HERNANDO BANK GEO. BANKS. President. E. T. WILKINSON. Vice-President. K. P. COOKE. Cashier. CAPITAL $25,000 Does a general banking, loan and col lecion business. Acts as Trustee, Guardian and Administrator. Pays 3 per cent, on Time Deposits. DIRECTORS 11. L. Redding, J. E. Holmes. L. J. Farley, J. L. Cooke. T. P. Flinn. W A. Williamson. Paul Saunders. Administrator. GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS. SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS On JUNE 3rd, I will open in the Randle University School, Hernando, Miss., a Five Week's Summer School of Mathematics, including Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and T rignometry. Tuition $5; Board and Tuition $20. ^ J For further information see or write W. S. BURKS DOCKERY &DONELSON COTTON FACTORS and Commission Merchants Cotton Consignments Solicited. 48 SOUTH FRONT * MEMPHIS, TENN.