The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi on May 13, 1905 · Page 5
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hke,Qove Flour js the test. A car load at Warren. - WANT COLUMN. Cut Pric S having, ; 1 jjiampooing, Haircutting, Hot and Cold Baths* These you will find here. "You are Next" Plenty of barbers with best of razors. Boyd McNeill Citation Notice". State of Mississippi. To J H. Whitaker: You are commanded to appear before the chancery court of the county of Jones, in said state, on the 3rd Monday of June, A. D. 1905, to defend the suit-in said court of Mrs. Nettie Whitaker vs. ·J. H. Whitaker, wherein you are a defendant. This 8th day of May, A. D. 1905. W. H. BUFKIN, Chancery Clerk. Sharborough Eaton, Sols, for Compt. Petition for Pardon. ISSISSIPPI of Jones :} yar- tV 3,te A. Bounds;^ your Excel term of Jones coun- pi, he was ughter and isonment in for a term se of miti- es, which oner of in- he law. Pe- asks that t unto him THE /CHARTER Of Incorporation of the Commercial Bank and Trust Company. Be it known that R. W. Jones, Jr., F. W. Pethbone, S. M. Jonea Edmund K. Stallo, W. W. Abney, R. W. Jones, P. HUSaun- ders and their associates, successors and assigns are hereby created a body v corporate and politic under- the name of "Commercial Bank and Trust Company," and shall have succession for a period of fifty years. ' , { The domicile of said corporation shall be in the city of Laurel, Jones county, Mississippi; its capital stock shall be one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) divided into one thousand shares of par value of one hundred dollars ($100.00) each; provided, however, said corporation shall be authorized to begin business ! when one hundred thousand dollars have been actually subscribed for said stock and nfj;y thousand dollars have been paid in cash. The purposes of said corporation are, and it is hereby authorized and empowered to do a general banking business in all its Dranchea, including the Savings Bank feature, 'the receiving of deposits, borrowing and lending noney either on security as may )e agreed upon, or otherwise", juying and selling exchange, Jills, notes, bonds, choses in action, and other securities, and perform all acts incidental to a general banking business in all its branches; also the powers and privileges of a loan and trust company as defined in and by the laws of the State of Mississippi, including the power to act as agent, attorney in fact, guardian, administrator, executor,receiver, assignee, trustee, commissioner, or other fiduciary authorized by law; to establish and maintain safety deposit vaults and lockers, to establish and maintain abstract records, arid to do and perform all other acts incidental to the business of a loan and trust company. In addition to the foregoing, said corporation is empowered with all the rights and privileges extended to corporations of like character by the laws of the State of Mississippi. The stockholders of said corporation shall at their first meeting after the approval of this charier, and annually thereafter, at a date fixed by the by-laws elect a board of directors consisting of not less than seven nor more than fifteen members, who shall hold office for twelvemonths and until their successors are elected and accept. Said board of directors shall have control of the business of the corporation; and shall fix and establish proper by-laws for governing its business. The officers of said corporation shall be a president, a first and a second vice-president, a cashier, and such others officers as. the board of directors may from time to time establish and elect; said .board shall fix the compensation tenure of office, and duties of all officers and employees. A meeting for the purpose of organizing under this charter after its approval may be held in the city of Laurel, Miss., at any time upon the call of two or more of the incorporators, by giving notice two days before hand, by notice personally or by mail, of [Adveitisements under this head aio read by 7,COO poisons each week and will be inserted afc the late of ONE CENT PER WORD per issue. No advertisement taken for loss than twenty- five cents.] FOR SALE--One No. 1 second hand Caligraph Typewriter for sale cheap; also one good sewing machine. 2t / S., this Office. TABLE BOARDERS -- With rooms if desirable, near' business section of town. Pleasant surroundings. S., this Office. LOST,STRA YED OR STOLEN --Bay mare, seven years old, white in face and white foot; marks of fistula on shoulder. Liberal reward« for information concerning her. It E. HOLIFIELD. SOUVENIR VIEWS--City of Laurel. Attractively printed on postals ready for mailing. Six for ten cents at this office. BLANK --Notes, Deeds of Trust, Warranty deeds and all kinds of Legal blanks at this office. Constable's Sale. on EVERYTHING at Execution for $54 32 Costs for 7 10 Sbl 42 Seessel, Ashner Sugarman vs. Gibson Johnson. By virtue of the above stated execution to me directed by D. H Pace, a Justrce of the Peace, of the County of Jones, State of Mississippi, I will, on the 5th day of June, 1950, same being the fast Monday theieof, in fiont of court house, in the town of Elhsville, Jones county, Mississippi, within le gal hours, expose to sale at public outcry, to the best bidder for cash, all the right, interest and claim the defendants, Gibson Johnson, a lirm composed of J. E Gibson and J J Johnson have in and to the following property, which has been levied on as the property of the said defendants, and will be sold to satisfy the judgment theiein and all costs. Lots 17, 48, 50, 51 and 52 of the C. C. Walter's addition, to the City of Laurel, Jones county. Miss. I. H EVANS, CoiibUblc. Laurel, Miss , April 28, 1")05 3w Constable's Sale. the time and place of such meetings. This charter shall be in effect from and after its approval by the Governor of the State of Mississippi. , Growing Aches and Pains. , Mrs. Josie Sumner, Bremond, Texas, writes, April 15, 1902: "I have used Ballard's Snow Liniment in my family for three years. I would not be without it in the house. I have used it on my littIS girl for^growing pains and asfces'in her knees. It cured- her rijg^t away. I have also used it for frost bitten feet, with good success./ x lt is the best liniment I ever used." 2fic, 50c and Sl.OO. Sold by Johnston's drugstore. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS cures the kidneys, regulates the liver, tones up the stomach and purifies the bowels.--Johnston drugstore ·pecUl agent*. Execution for ^21 80 Costs for 7 10. S.U 00 J D. Warren vs. Gibson Johnson. By virtue of the above st.ited execution to me directed by D. II. Price, a Justice of the Peaee ? of the county of Jones. State of Mississippi, I u i l l , on the 5th day of June, 1005, same being the first Monday thereof, in fiont of the court house, in the town of Elhs- ville, Jones county, Miss , within legal hours, expose to sale at public outcry, to the best bidder for cash, all the right, interest and claim the defendants, Gibson Tohnson, a lirm composed of J E. Gibson and ,1 J Johnson have in and to the following pippcity, which has been levied on as the property of the said defendants, and will be sold to satisfy the judg- ! jnent uherein and all costs. Lots 47, 48, 50, 51 and 52, of the C. C. Walter's addition, to the city of Lauel, Jones county, Miss. , I. H. EVANS, Constable Laurel, Miss., April 28, 1905. ,i\v Constable's Sale. Execution for ?163 48 Costs for 7 10 5170 58 L. Funkenstein vs. Gibson Johnson. By virtue of the above stated execution to me directed by D. H. Price, a Justice of the Peace, of the county of Jones, State of Mississippi, I will, on the 5th day of June, 1905, same bo- ing the lirst Monday thereof, in front of the court hoiise, in the town of El- hsville Jones County, Mississippi, within legal Hours, expose to sale at publce outcry, to the best bidder for cash, all the right, interest and claim the defendants, Gibson Johnson, a firm composed of J. E. Gibson and J. J. Johnson have in and to the fol-' lowing property, which has been levied on as the property of the said defendants, and will be sold to satisfy the judgment therein and all costs: Lota 47, 48,60, 61 and 62, of the 0. C. Walter's addition, to the city of Laurel, Jones county .Miss. I. H. EVANS, Constable. Laurel, Miss., April 28,1905. 3w If you don't g^ your meals regularly, whvg»y boarding house prices.^Get your meals when' and how; you want them and you have only to pay for what you get at the Star. Charlie Parked/of Sandersville, was a Business visitor Wednesday- 1- v . --·;. O'F erra 11* THIS WEEK Millinery Fine'Pattern Hats ]0 to 20 per cent, under value, $2.98, $4.98, $6.00, $7.50. Ladies' Shirt Waists, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, all great bargains. Queen Quality Ox- tords, $2.50 $3.00. Ladies' /Silk Shirt Waist fcfuits at cut prices, j " - New Belts, new Collars, new Ties. Hart Schaffner (gl Marx fine hand-tailored »uaranteod Httmgand wearing Clothes for men at half the price "of such garments where made to special order. All sixes and shapes--stouts long stouts 'ongs, regulars, young men's varsities, etc. «[ F -ie shoes, fine hats, all at cut prices next week. 0'FerraII's Department Store Laurel, Mississippi May Time Spring Clothes should come on together. -Have you purchased your spring suit? You are doing yourself an * in justice by putting off buying until everything is picked over. We have on hand a choice line of suits, and will guarantee a fit equal to any tailor measured clothes. They will wear perfectfy. Fine Clotkcs BAlTIMORt NEW YORK guarantees perfection. Laurel Mercantile Company LAUREL, MISS. CONSTABLE'S SALE. Execution for ··J64 »3 Costa for ,7 10 972 03 Laurel Mercantile Company ys. Gibson Johnson., -· Y ' By virtue of the above stated efxe- cutfon to me directed by D ' H. l?rlcc, a Justice of the Peace, of tiis Bounty of Jones, State of Mississippi, I will, on the 6th day of June, .1005. same being the first Monday thereof, in front of the court house, in tho town of Ellisville, Jones county, ftfisslssippi, within legal hours, exposelto sale at public outcry, to tho best bidder for cash, all tho right, Interest and cltim thh defendant*, Gib'son Johnson, a fmn composed ot J. E. Gibson arid J. Jy Johnson have In and to the. fol-' ' J *^-.~ w ^ - a IEWSP4PER -lowing property, which has been levied on as tho property of tho said defendants, and will be sold to satisfy tho judgment therein and allocate:»^ «7u t5 « 7 ' *M 0 ' 6l andM - of fche C - c 'Walter's addition, to the city of Lag-' rel, Joneb county, Misa. /C' / I. H. EVAKS,'Cbhstable. Laurel, Miss., April 28,19ii5. 3w' I want to buy- all tho frying chickens in Jones, Jasper' and adjoining counties.' I will pay all they, are worth and more. You had better see me. J. J.'HAYNES. J. C. Windham was in Laurel Thursday, arranging for thj ^broken Tallahala bride rebuilt; , ·-- ^ , . - \- . t UFI "*.. *. .*. i . .PWSFAPFR!

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