The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi on April 1, 1905 · Page 6
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The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi · Page 6

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THE LAUREL FOUNDRY CO, QUICK REPAIRS mthi the most mod-- v ,,..Triachines for repair work. Nojobtoo Wfif /or/ our foxilities; None sb small as to le rejtised\ S. W. UINDSBY, JOHRUNDSEY, V-Pttt R.B.BURPK3C. Stc-Tn FUnt rin N. O. ft N. B., «4 G «t S. C«n4 M. J. K . C J. D. FATHERREE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. . - : Office in Richards building. . v -.DR. H. G. McCORMICKT PHYSICIAN VstJRGEON ' PhoneJ49. LAUREL, MISS.^ , T. H. ODEN, ^ [ -, · LAWYER. ' Will practice in all the courts. Office up staira, Richards building. R. E. HALSELL, LAWYER. Will practice in all courts. Office First National Bank Building. N.B: SMITH, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. . CRANFORD, M. PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON O.C. ___ EDWARD D. PEIRCE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, LAUREL, - MISS. CLINTON H. RAMSAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, J Hardy J M Arnold HARDY ARNOLD / AITOENEYS-AT-LAW OFFICES: rel National Bank Building, Laurel, Miss.; Opposite Court House, ElUsvijle, Mias. DR. TROY C. SEXTON, PtytSICIAN AND ,-,-" SURGEON '10-11- 8-4. Office. Room 4,' Wallace Drug Co, Building. L A U R E L , M I S S . C. M. HYDE, PHYSICIAN AND 8UKOD*. R. C. JOHNSTON, M. J., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offlee at Shcppard Drug Co.'s Store. Phone 108 S. A. EGE, CIVIL ENGINEER, Laurel, Miss. OllllCUTJK* j^iiao v*MV) *·-- Office hours: 8 to 11 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. : : · T. E. BRENT, DENTIST. [ lined rubber plates. _---- -OLIN C. HUNT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office, Sheppard Drug Co. Building, Laurel. Miss. J. R. VINSON, DENTIST. Office over Laurel Improvement Co. 'Phone 291. J. P. THORNTON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW) Laurel, ": : '· Mi88 ' O. R. Shannon, Laurel 'C. 8. Street, Ellisville SHANNON STREET. ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW. Notary Public in Office. Offices: Rumble Ottman Bldg.l Jpposite Courthpuse, kill SHARBOROUGH EATON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Over Heidelberg Abtiey, next door to First National Bank: ~ Capital StoeK $5O.OOO The NATIONAL BANIV L.urol + ' MiMiMiPP 1 1 Off%sits t in tublic. Man- tKe best '* · / !96lic- A -\*ord to the wise'is saidio be sufficient; undoubtedly they have riot all heard. We hardly believe the above maxim', but believe the scriptural quptation,that a prophet is without ·honor in his own country. We ; dd hot claim'to be a prophet,nor the son of one; but if we were we know that it is .true.. ;, v: ·';'-·' ·' ; - ' / · ' ; -'··'· ; , ·-,- We refer to the frequent warning that we have given our neighbors and friends in regard to y the slick tree agent: We are sorry indeed to state that our own neighbors' have been duped again. By their actions' they have given me and our' en toe faculty at the A; and M. College the lie. Time and again we have told^our people that these fellows were frauds, nine out of ten of them; yet they never come along'but what they, pull some of them., The agent referred to has a new tale of course and a pretty one it is too; but any posted man, it seems to me, should know better than to believe it. We here give some^of his claims: Guarantee peach- trees, to be proof against the boer and to live 25 years; also to bloom late, missing the frost and · being sure cropper. Pears to be free from blight and if the first blooms are killed to blooin a second time and to live 40 years, guaranteed. Apples to live 40 ..ynars, free from disease and the ravages of insects and a special to bear six months in the year, having ripe apples and blooms at the same time. Made the claim to me that strawberries would, not bear unless"'two varieties were planted together. Claimed .to sell a grape, that needed no pruning; that two vines would cover an acre. Is it not strange that our people will believe such stories? We denounce the whole, except the ever bearing apple, to be false and we think that is too. I wish to say to my friends, one and 'all, that they are duped and if they bought under -the influence of such' stories that they may countermand their orders. The trees he is selling", is probably as good as any, but he-is making claims 'that are untrue, besides charging more than four times what you can order trees for. " . '·"-· We have been trying to learn the .farmers to let these sharpers alone ^but it seems that they wont learn,,so we must try next to teach the agents something. If you are in need of trees buy from some man you 'know or write your own order and get them for 10 centau -.:;· Cures Coughs .and Colds. ' Mrs. G. Peterson,. 625 Lake street, Topeka, Kans,, says, "Of .all cough remedies Ballard.s Horehound Syrup is my favor ite; it has done and will do all that is claimed for it-- to speedily cure all coughs and colds-- and it is so sweet and pleasant to tlie taste.-- Sold by Johnston Drug " _ _ ,' ~Mrs'i C. S. Tuller will , take pi ano'pupils at her. home ,on Main street; v ; 4t » newly appointed .and np-to-date lipment making travel a pleasure i patrons: It is the: short route 1 eri Mobile and HftttlesMirg, and E. link which.' establishes the ote to Jackis6n» Vlcksbnrg, Jid'the North andNorth- las establishing a most de- _j to Memphis, Chicago and piorth, in connection with [s Central from Jaokaon.^Por. (formation tall on or *ddre«i Vageni,ori .if:-; :'··· L. B.- ·Creneral ^·^·y^-'l ft*^/t i* .**jL't^^u If you will bring lis ; v ^ , v ; / ' : ·correct ;" · ' . ' · · .'." · ' , . / : '"·'.' N ·-··'· ' words , by supplying the v missing letters the following ;b; :··/'-;.;;;.-v, ; ··'I- we will; · · · · · ' . · · · · ' · '·sell ; '· -- v . ; : , . Y , ' - .-:.. you, ' - . .-·/.. ' . ' . . - "· ~'; : -'. · · the best 5c cigar in Laurel POSTAGE STAMPS AT COST. Crook Flanagan PURVEYORS OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT » AWING to the telephone service be- V ing disabled, we will have our order boy call on all our regular customers daily. 'If your service is unsatisfactory, drop us a postal. We will get your order and deliver s same promptly : .*} ; : : We Have Everything ood to'Eat of every description from, a horse-shoe- nail up. We handle brick, lime, cement . and everything needed by Contractors and builders. Our line is the most complete- oli the \North Eastern railroad south of Meridian. We" guarantee our prises and the goods.. * * x x x x FRANK GARDNER BMfMVASE 4 SUPPIY CO. FOR BEAUTY, SYMMETRY : A AND DIGNITY '^···^·.V th3;;.--p.etfe6t;' fitting irook ooat stands Vunnvalled; but no ;Q«n : ; ever had one that fitted thea* re- quiremehta^without it fitted him; To be made to ;fit they must -of · necessity · be made to measure and to order, as it is the most difficult^tyle at which to achieve success. Lefkowite 4 Wineberger are acknowledged masters of V the art of fitting.; Give tK^m f order and your raeasure fo Spring outfit^ anlyou will h«ve cause to regretlt: lEWSPAPERI iNEWSPA'FERr

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