The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi on April 15, 1905 · Page 3
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The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi · Page 3

Laurel, Mississippi
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Saturday, April 15, 1905
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j; SMITH; M.D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. W. S. CRANFORD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AMD SURGEON Offlca boon 7 to · ·iih.-'·»!'i;to..8 p. '·'·· :· : ,-. : .. v Telephone49.{. r. ,;-·. _ . ..·- ;-.; EDWARD D. PEiRCE, ATTOBNBT-AND COUNSElLOB 0 : " : , AT LAW, '·'· · : ' · " · ' ; . . . ' V LAUREL, - M I S S . - CLINT6N H, RAMSAY, 8IC1AN ANbJSUBqEON, /with Sheppwd Drag Co., Oak Street. Hoe 'phone 5». Room, 'phone M6. I. C. JOHNSTON, M. D., liPHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. \ »i Sheppard Drug Co.'s Stote. Phone 108 S. A.i EGE,; 'ClVlt ENGINEER, Laurel, Miss. J. R. VINSON* x DENTIST. irer Laurel Improvement ICo. 'Phone 291. Cfeamdale Rye Huntsman Rye ApricotBrandy - 4 QUARTS 12 QUARTS $4.35 $12.OO 3.OO 9.OO 3.5O 9^88 i P. THORNTON, rORNEY-AT-LAW,' OUK MONEY-SAVING BRANDS: - PER GALLON Lincoln County Bourbon Old Bed Eye Ky. Bourbon Famous 4 -Star Rye - $2.00 . 2.50 3.00 12 QT. CASE $6.50 7.88 9.48 * Express prepaid on all. cases , at these prices. Miss. OLBERG MERCANTILE CO. THE ORIGINAL BIG MAIL ORDER HOUSE 60, 62 aud 54 South Water Street v . MOBILE. THE ^ IRM THAT NEVER DISAPPOINTS 413 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio P. O. Boxes 294 and 688 ALABAMA ,, Laurel C. 8. Street, Ellisville JON STREET. INEYS-AT-LAW. Public in Office. Offices: Itinan Bldg,Laurel,Mi88 jouoe, Elliaville, Misa. EATON, BY8-AT-LAW. Ibney, next door to First' ial Bank. ' HIGH SCHOOL School is very e;ood this week except on the rainy days. Sterl- ing'Floyd, Nannie Barnes, Elo- iee Perkins, Ethel Skaggs, Maria ·Roger's and Adeline Beavours were absent.. · · ; o o luxuries. That fcd to be. If you you will find out term "luxury." - r of the nice things we ie installment plan. i. WiRREN THE GROCER Prof. Abbott returned to his post of duty last Thursday'morn- ing after an absence, of five days. We are glad to have him back. G OOD building, brick in any quantity. ; A- super ior product shipped in carloads or less or delivered to local trade. Write for prices., , We can v meet .any competition. .':... · · ' -Vo' o . We are very sorry to. note the illness of v Miss Brockmafh She has been unable to teach this week.' Miss Mattie Welborn has been filling her place, o o Rector Allan was a welcome visitor last Thursday morning. He made us a very interesting talk, his subject being "Opportunity."' o o Mr. Bush made a business trip to Senatobia Friday expecting to return Monday on the early train. He was delayed until Monday afternoon by a wreck. o' o Mr. Foster,from the University of Chicago.visited Central School Wednesday. \ ·^ o o. We are very sorry to state that Archie McCormick has quit school. We regret it all the more because he would have passed to the Ninth Grade at the clo^e of the school. . A Party. ,Last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Floyd entertained a number of their young friends. During the early part of the evening games were played. Later the company enjoyed themselves by dancing. Sweet music was rendered by a string band. Dainty refreshments were served. Those present were: Misses Mable Hicks, Modeste Bosarge, Minnie Webb, Bessie Robertson, Vehna Leggette and Erna Belle McCarty; Messrs. Archie McCormick, Kearney Leggette, Sterling Floyd, Julian Bailey, George Floyd and Dawson Winn. Health is Youth. KINGSTON DRUG COMPANY ' Prescriptions-- We have the drugs. We ] ( have the expert prescrip- tionist. - Disease and Sickness Bring Old · - . _ , Age. V' · Herbine, taken every morrirnf? before breakfast, will keep you in robust health, fit you to ward off disease. It cures constipation, biliousness,'dyspepsia,fever skin, liver and kidney complaints. It purifies the blood and clears the complexion. , Mrs. D. W. Smith, Whitney, Texas, writes April 3, 1902: "I have used Herbine, and find it the best medicine for constipation and liver troubles. It does all you claim for it. I can highly recommend it. 50c. --Sold by Johnston Co. 4 Our store is convenierit._.'-\ s Bring .your -prescriptions to V · us. ·KINGSTON DRUG COMPANY A popular place to meet. your friends is-at the Star. Every-: body in Laurel knows where that is. LAURELvRiCK TILE C^M^NY: w$z .. . j'vv. .V'V..--v;\arv · ·· -'.i'-.:i · · . - · , - , *. - .(i.-.-,V''-'·*··?.-·'- : --\ · · · . · : - · · ; · · · · · · ' ' , S o c i e t y . Progijam for April 14, 1905: Debate: Resolvedv;"That tl.e Bankruptcy Law is a Good One.; Affirmative: Will Fuller, Lee Cross, paria Rogers and Cleo McMulfen. Negative: Sam and Edwin ptanton,Lillian Robertson ·a Campbell. . Essifcr: ·- "The Locomotive"-Earl driffin. Essaj: "My Ideal Girl"--Sam Hatt. Essay: ."Fashions -of' O n e Hundrjfd Yeare Ago"--Minnie Dabb Recitations: Mattie Downs and Troyv Johnston.' . ; _ \,-.,«ii-- : -of Fashionja" The. Kimball; Pianos and Organs are known the worl over as the best in sftniments on t h market for the price. We have Organs from $50 up. We have Piaiws at all prices, and . oa terms to suit the customer. j , Why send to New Orleans or Chicago to buy an organ or piano when ypu^can select, what you want from an.aafloitmeht on hand *t your music 'store? /Prospective ;cnstomerS'a^mhyl^JaoaU:oii Miss Jessie Burdick, who will be pleased ; to.eftoV what thel.iitatru- ments are, .'· All instruments guaranteed to pye satisfaction.^replaced by a new one. . , FUjBt door weat ^6*4 . Fellows Bufldin ""' · Opp. LaureVMer, H lEWSPAPER

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