The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi on February 25, 1905 · Page 8
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The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi · Page 8

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lV^'4 : l : :^iA:4'A : :AjA : tA'.A^;«Il^-. ""' ·· ' ·"'' ', ·'- " 'I A U money will go $ilong way in the purchase of one of our many lots in Kingston or elsewhere. We sell for cash or on easy terms. Let us wire your house. AREAIUNG. Ttw Urgent Nfcd of Prompt 8wlw»- Mewret It Som^Wftf ThttEwyOniSlwuM Understand, ««A Stitch P ! I:'- ) ( · ,. nafy organs are more serioos people think: The first wKtUng' 'tome should .^receive' ·prptBJpt^in' treatment to ward :off Bright'S --B or some other dangierous'inalidy.^J the kidneys are ailing and the SM,. , become', sufficiently''pronpuWpa^to.''!}! noticeable : -'tn"e- .'rontio'^Sn* at ' ; xmce for prompt measures to stay, the pwjijT of the Disease.. Prickly Ash.Bttteri^ ,'3 'the remedy neededr Taken 'on.tiie^ajKi'jU-S- pearance.of ^the first symptoms, sucljii'^i;^ pain in the back, pnffiness, under Ithe'.vV'j; . eyes, irfegiilarities in the urine, digwtiy*''' V disorders, it- will : save'.the · victim, incal-.,; /· culable misery · and suffering, mental'-' .i '·'·{". torture and expense; Used atthebegin--, "··' / ning of the'trouble "it cures'quickly;;-,;!';' Used in the:njore advanced stages it will- ·._ . : ';. win back health and strength as rapidly;.;- '.' ' as circumstances will possibly permit. ^ '·.-' Accept no substitute. Insist on having;-, -.' : : ,': the genuine Prickly Ajjh Bitters with the ' ' large figure 3 in red oa the Iront label. ' , ; - ; SoM at Drug Stores, $1.00 Per bottt*. ; L KINGSTON DRUG COMPANY LAUREL IMPROVEMENT COMPANY [00 [60 ORDERS AND REGULATIONS for Preserving Cairo'and'FUh in Jones ·Cbahly, '"Miss. ·' ' *'' _____--. Whereas, Under Chapter 25 of the Code of 1892, the Board of Supervisors of the State, are given full jurisdiction and authority for the' protection' and preservation of game and fish, m their reapective~comitie0; ~ and Whereas, The Board of Supervisors 'of -Jones wranty, -Miss:, deems it proper and.necessary to, pre'serve the -game""aiad' fish' 'rrbm complete destruction, and preserve the same .for the use and consumption _ of the inhabitants thereof. IHs therefore 'ordered by the Board of Supervisors of Jones county. 1 ... 1. That it shall/not : be lawful. 'for any 'person or persons to ehoot, wound, injure, Idll, batch' or pursue with such- intent, r any* 'deter, wjld turkey, squirrels.quail (commonly oaHed partridge) in the County of Jones, for a- period of 4hr»e years from the daW and any person violating ' tfon shall be a misdem«aiKr t and on befors sjoy justice of or mayor of any city, nor more than thirty days. 2. It'is further ordered, that it jshall not be lawful for any person or persona, to use any seins, ba»rel-net8, gill-nets or- any rod, polfe', hook and line, for catching fish, or shall use any dynamite, or other explosive, or muddy or use any lime, poison or other ;o6jntrivance8 whatever, in any of ^the streams, creeks, rivers, lakes or ponds, in said county, for the purpose of catching or killing the fisli therein, for the period of three years from this date, and arfjf person violating this order or Tegulationjtshall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction before any justice of the peace, or^nayor of any city, town or village in said county, shall be fined not less than five, nor more than;.twenty-five dollars, or im- ~t»rohed in the county jail ndt less than ten, nor mere than thirty Says, or- both such fine and imprisonment. 3. It is further ordered,.that it sHill not be lawful for any per- Boaor persons, to build or put ·any fish trap in any. stream, creek or river,, or use'any fish tr^ already in any of eaid streamsHrivers or creeks in said county, for the purpose of catching ariy fish therein, for the period Of three years from this date, "" any parson violating, this or- ar regulation-, shall be guilty misdemeanor, and on cohr vi^^tion before any ju8jtice.;of{the; peace, or mayor of any city, town or village in«aid county, shall be fined not less than ten, ndr'tnore than fifty dollars, or'-imprisoned in the county jail not less than 1 ten, nor more than thirty daysJor both so oh fine or-imprisonment. 4. It is further ordered, that all game and fish takenAjoritrary to the foregoing ordera or regulations, as well aa the guna, dogs, traps and appliances for taking game, and seins, nets, rods and the like, "lor oattihing fish'in .violation of-these orders and regulations, shall be forfeited, and condemned io be sold by the order of the court, and the proceeds paid int£ the county treasury as fines are paid, and if there be a delay in the hearing of the case, the magistrate before whom the oasais pending, may cause the game or!'fish seized,i disposed of before the hearing and proceeds held to abide the result. ( 5. It la further'ordered, that these orders and regulations shall be published in all the news* papers published in said county for three, weeks consecutively, and that the same be pubjiihed in pamphlet f o r m -uwlttding Chapter 64 of the Code X)f 1892, and that the attorneys for the Board prepare 4h**ame for pub* lication and haye 100 copiea thereof printed fo/diBtrlbation. 6. It ifl further ordered in aU conriotion* for violation* otcny of these orders or regulations, 'there shall be taxed in the costs an "Informers Fee" of two dollars, and one-half to be paid to thefperson giving information of ^the offense. · . · · - · · · ' · " 7. It is further ordered that 'the foregoing orders or regula- ·tions shall be enforced by the.of- -fioers of said county as provided iy'Sections 2128 and 2129 of the Code of 1892. Ordered in regular term, Feb. 9th, 1905. J. HA,. Bryant voting We have the drugs. We have the expert prescript tioniat. Our store is ' convenient. ' ( · ·' - ~. Bring yoinv prescriptions to KINGSTON DRUG COMPANY For Mardi Gras at New Orleans, the Queen and Crescent ·route has authorized a rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip. .Tickets, will be sold' daily March 1st to 6th, and for 'trains arriving New Orleans be* ·'fore uOon'of March^,7th, all tick-, ets. bearing limit to leave New Orleans March llth, f and with v rprivilege of extension of limit to "leave New Orleans March 25th, 1905, by deposit of tickets with special agent in New; Orleans and on payment of fee of 50 tjents. ' · : ' . : . ' : · · ' . '··'··· · .. For detailed information as to schedules, etc., call on any; *gent of the Queen and Crescent ;br hddresa Geo. H. 'Smith, Gen. · ; Pa». Agent, New Orleans, La. Ross is still selling groceries.. .' Exoludve agency for Barring* too-Hall Steel Cut Coffee-Ross. criptions When-you bring a prescription to us you can have absolute confidence that it will be put up accurately, from -the purest, [freshest and strongeag drugs, .and that it will back up your * physician's skill. ··.··.'. yi l ; Pure, fTeshrdrugs/iloweB^ prices is the motto at our prescription department. when you «ia get it for lew and promptly too ·at ' ' " iEW'SPAFERt

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