The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi on March 4, 1905 · Page 8
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The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi · Page 8

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A little money will go a long 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. LAUREL IMPROVEMENT COMPANY 'eliding the arrival of V our very ; large supply ot Spring Goods, we are i ~ * j- closing out everything N in our store at remark^ ably low figures. It will pay anyone to investi- || gate before buying else- V where. Everything in ·r« D r y 'Goods, Notions, Clothing, Shoes, etc.... i KASTLEMAN BRO. ' Petition for Pardon. The Hon. J. K. yardaman, Governor of the State of Mississip- I herewith give. notice that at the expiration of 30. days I wiu* make application for a -full pardon from an order of the Circuit Court of Jones County, Mississippi, '-rendered -at, the August, 1904,.term of said court, disbarring me from the practice qf law, because of a plea of guilty entered against me at said term of court for -"shooting, a hum'an being. My reasons for asking for said .pardon are fully set forth in my petition. Respectfully, · 3-4, 5t W. J. BONNER. WALK-OVER SHOES. Try a pair. Good Investment. DUNAGINAVHITAKER CO. . Personal attention to each order. Goods guaranteed to come up to my recommendations or money refunded. See Haynes; We want to buy a good horse. Must be cheap. Want it on trial. --Spot Cash Grocery. One day each/month free.-Haynes. " :· Wanted To buy -young milch cow on, monthly payments. Address "B" \this office. tf ' ORDERS AND REGULATIONS For Preserving Game and Fish in Jones County, 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 ^nd preservation of game and fish, in their respective counties; and Whereas, The Board of Super. visors of Jones county, Miss., 'deems it proper and necessary to : preserve the game and fish from complete destruction, and preserve the same for the use; and consumption of the inhabitants ^hereof. It is therefore ordered · -by the Board of Supervisors of : Jones county. . 1. That it shall not be lawful ; : for any person or persons t£ /shoot, wound, injure, toll, catch or pursue with such intent, any deer, wild turkey, squirrels.quail (commonly called partridge).in the County of Jones, for a period .of three years from the date hereof, and any person violating Vthis order or regulation ahaU be 'guilty of a misdemeanor, and ot ^ conviction before any justice f athe peace, or mayor of any city, Itowntor village in a^county; «haU b« fined not lew than fivs ;··-- -V;L _,,· / · , . · · : .' :- ---ik:'-l^-".'l · ' - *·· - ' ndr mote ; thia "-i nor more than thirty days. 2. It is further ordered, that it shall not be lawful for any person or persons, to use any seins, barrel-nets, gill-nets or ar.y rod, pole, hook and line, for catching fish, or shall use any dynamite, or .other explosive, or muddy or use any lime, poison or other contrivances whatever, in any of the streams, creeks, rivers, lakes or ponds, in said county, for the purpose of catching or killing the fish therein, for the period of three.y^ars from this date, and any person violating this order or regulation; shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction before any justice of the peace, or mayor of any city, town or village in said county, shall be fined not less than five, nor more than twentyrfive dollars, or imprisoned in the county jail not less than ten, nor more than thirty days, or both such fine and imprisonment. 3. It is further ordered, that it ; shall not be, lawful for any per' son or persons, to · build or put any fish trap in any stream, creek or. river, or use any fish .trap already in any of said fstijeams, rivers or creeks in- said county, for the purpose of catch- 'ing any fish therein, for the period of three years from this date, and any person violating this order or regulation, shall be guilty ito of a misdemeanor, and] on eon- aKl fictionbefore any justice of the I? · ',"·!'· . "'"' ' - . - - - - peace, or mayor of any city, town or village in said county, shall be fined not less than ten, nor more than fifty dollars, or imprisoned in the county jail' not less than ten, nor more than thirty days,or both such fine or imprisonment. 4. It is further ordered, that all g'ame and fish taken contrary to the foregoing orders or regulations,/ as well as the guns, dogs, traps and appliances for; taking game, and seins, nets, "rods and the like, .for catching fish in violation of these orders and regulations, shall be iorfeit- ed, and condemned to be sold by the order of the court, and ;the proceeds paid into, the county treasury as fines are paid, and if there be a delay in the hearing of the case, the magistrate before whom the case is pending, may cause the game . or fish seized,. disposed of before the-hearing and proceeds held to abide the result; · :; 5. It is, further ordered, that these orders and regulations shall be published in all the newspapers published in said county for three weeks .consecutively, and that the same be published pamphlet f o r m including Chapter 54 of the Code. of 1892, and that the attorneys for the Board prepare the same for publication and have 100 copies thereof printed for distribution. 6. It ia further ordered-in all convictions lot violations of any of these orders or regulations,there shall be taxed in the costs an "Informers Fee" of twa. dollars and one-half to .be paid to the person giving information of i. the offense. ." ' 1. It is further ordered that the foregoing orders,or regulations shall be enforced by: the officers of said county as provided" by-Sections' 2128 and 2129 of the .| Code of 1892.' ' Ordered in regular terni, Feb.; 9th, 1905. J. M. Bryant voting;] " n °'' " ' ·''· ···'·-'··' : ;- - · - · ··' ' ' . : ; '·' 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 6'th, !_ahd .for trains arriving New Orleans before noon of March 7th, all tickets bearing limit- to leave New:' Orleans March 'lith,'and. vr privilege of extension ;Of limit tpl Cleave New Orleans March 25thy 1905, by deposit of tickets with ·special agent in New .Orleans and on payment of fee of 50; cents. . ^ '' .'/-.· For detailed information as to, rates, schedules, etc., call on any agent of the Queen .and Crescent or address Geo.H: Smith; Gen; Pas. Agent, New Orleans, La Ross ia stiil-aelling groceries. Exclusive ·getfey for Barrington Hall Steel Cut Coffee--Ross. ' KINGSTON DRUG GOfflPANY . rescriptions have ~ the drugs. We have' the : expert'- preaorip- · . tionist. Our store is convenient. Bring ybursprescriptibns to KINGSTON DRUG COMPAHY Circuit court has contintt«f |6 be the chief attraction «'o county this w«*k. W sw. ;£S£!S?£^|'rt^ oonyio^feytotolio., of 4»jr tonH«18^«« ^ n ^-»».|^ "T^^ ^ ,; ^ iNEWSPAPERl

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