The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi on June 17, 1905 · Page 19
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The Laurel Ledger from Laurel, Mississippi · Page 19

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t^jg-y/uv. MsS: . ,-··«= .-..-"-Y-T/S ;JT- T^^^'.'§" r . ·'"·!*'Y.-O/': '·M;,r.:--;iV' ] · ! · : . - · : '..MO''*!!/' ! ."V^ ^' STM,.- f ^- .'·""·'-; '-·'- - ; · · ' . . · ' · ' . ' . ' · ' . : . · " i · ; ·· · ' · · · . . ' ''·---~---.-"..-.,--.·· «!-,-; bfi; '.",''·" ·-.·':·. '.,'iv '."· ' ·'.'. ·:·''·' ·.-··* ··' ·--··;. - . . . . ' . i ; · p · · - ' . · ;) Hvtx'.H V U V ·.·'VSJKJ;:/ it^ : , : i n .accordance K with Hhe^fcesSt standards '^"·feattKlikjfc'V^ccowits' solic- ' ' " ' ' ' - · · V! -·; ;..-.··;·.:.? ·. i i'-i : - ' · · ' · ' : · '.'.v JOHN HAMPER S. H: FJLOyp V E. L. GARTER T. W. YATE!5 · Vice-President ,'.'-.·-· - ,-. ; .;·; ;.; .-.Cashier: ··?:;. i . Assistant Cashier M. ITPAYSTOBUY Pays in lasting satisfaction and there is no "haggling" -ov.er the price-f-all pay fc aliKe--$262 oash, or on as easy- terms s $IO cash and ^6: . a nonth with 6 per cent interest. No,' deviation under any circumstances. It pays to buy ; ;a "V^ef-- lein Piano, because it is an ideally beauti-, ful instrument -which ;«io one'yirho' would liKe the best at a moderate -price^'should b e w^ithout. ' · ' · · · ' . . . The New Scale $400 V/erlein (our .club piano) .is not in competition .with-ordinary pianos. It's different and better;-- It appeals alike to.the musician and business man,-, in fact, all who belie.ye; in getting their money's worth. It is a good $400 value in ordinary piano'buying. Our club plan with its many advantages outs out the usual'ox-'' pense; of selling in" toe ^ordinary way, the club member receiving all-the benefits--just $138 of a saying. The cost of the piano to you is 8262, in- eluding a fine scarf .and stool. - Our last v cub is filling fast, only a few left. Call or send for Booklet ·%". which will give full particulars. It's free for jhe ' v* ,?^ · iv-»l i.-^ij U i . ' ' . ' . ' /" ' · Thurston Rader, who it will bo remembered 'married Miss 'Allie' Clack, a niece of J.: C. 'Clark, h^rejast winter,.. ,\yaa killed at Ilia ,.Home, in;.iGeqrgia; in a:-peculiar manner Thursday-June 15. . standing tulk'ing- over telephone in- his residence, lightning.atr.uck a wire near'and ne' t was., .instantly killed by ; the shock., v . . ..-'! · ;.·',.···:.·:·'·. ·"· : * · ; ;i 'Quickly Caiight. · T"*V^O'-- : -^ : Vta"^£l^| .¥,-·; \y.\ ;''. Tuesday morning at 3 o.'clock, as polieem'anT. J. Duhagan was -pass'ing thV North Eastern''depot, "tKc operator handed him a message which read this way: ; : ; :: "Ike Lia'sk'y had ^a grip stolen '·· on 1'1 : :45 train while..standing at ·'·'"' '"depot at Laurel. The man !who 'got it'\yas"ab'out 2.7 years':old, blind : in''left eye. tland this to policeman .there. Look it up at · - . ' · - ' ··-.'-.·.--·.Vrg:- VAivli' . H/A/ J'l ( - . , : ' - - . ^ . , ' , ; : i ) Y ; ^ u / bJjtv'io'y;riHi:··*».jl PHiLip;;^^i^Ep,; ^···Vir/fU- 1 '- .;i'i r '.ii'"··':'-. ^lew Orleans. ^ Dunagin walked one block and met policemen Clarke and Nay- Ibr arid "delivered them the' mes- 'sage. ; ' : They went to work .at once an^d in less .than one hour had' possession of the grip and the man in the lock-up. He was one Hub Donald from -Hat-tiesburg: ; - CHARTER Of Incorporation t of (he Jones County Abstract Company. Section 1. Be it known thaH W. F. Rumble, Shannon fc Street, W. K. Rufkin, Hardy Arnold, Frank Gardner, S. M. Jones, J. W. Sunn-all, O. C : Hunt, U.K. Malsell,T. H. Odcn. 'i 1 G. McCalhfm, B. W. SharJjrough, 'stos-.i- Deavours, W. J. Pack, and such olh- · ers as may become assnciatc-.cl \vill) .them, their successors and assigns, ni-o hereby created a body corporate im- 'dcr the provisions of Chapter 25 of the Annotated Code of 1S92 of Mississippi, and to be known as the'Jones County Abstract Company, domiciled at Laurel, Jones County, Mississippi, but may establish branch oflices,.and conduct business in any part of the Stai e of Mississippi. Section 2. The object and purpose for which this corporation is created are to abstract land titles, 'perfect and guarantee titles to land, by bond or ·otherwise, to'purchase or otherwise acquire, hold, own, lease, sell, or otherwise dispose of, 'property, personal, or mixed, and to do:any'and all things incident to and necessary in maintaining a general abstract business. Section 3. This Corporation shall have an., authorized capital stock of .§5000.00 to be divided into 50 shares of §100 each, but may begin business when §2500 thereof have been subscribed for and paid in. , Section 4. Tin's corporation shall ·have, an existence and be in effect for a period of 50 years on, and after the ·approval of this charter by the Governor of the state of Mississippi. -Section:5. This corporation shall have power to sue and'be sued, borrow ,inoney and secure the payment of the same by mortgage or otherwise; may contract and be. contracted with, within the limits of the corporate powers; and may make all necessary bylaws not contrary to law, and is to enjoy all the - privileges and immunities provided in Chapter 25 of the 1802 'code of Mississippi and all amend, 'mehts thereof. Section 0. The ' management and .control. of this corporation tiiall be vested in a Board of Directors consisting of not less than three nor more .thaiinve to be electedanmftlly by th; stockholders, and the said Board of 'Directors .shall.elect all necessary ofli- i'SrS and .fix their compensation.- -·-Section,?;: ;,The safd Board of.Dii-ec:- "tSfS'sliairhave'power ito make all necessary by-laws, rules and regulations not contrary . to. law, for 6he proper . njana'g^menb and control of said Corporation ari]d its.affairs and may amend The Cify of iatird · -, . · ' · by reason of her central posi- rkil J ' ' : .cjfearihg house for a wide range of " ··'- ^ ^ -ift ' M « - · '5 We ^Hall Be pleasea ta have you concentrate your^usiness THE L.· A ' . - U R'.'E L . ;; ·_. 1 - i,'.s s ; a s s i , P ^ ^ ·'\ . .: v'-A -^ v arid comfortable, .doesn't it ?P i ·'· *· -'i --' * ' .\ *. -'' You "can Have':all thes'e comforts a great deal cheaper than you have any* idea of. It makes no difference with us whether you have^all the cash or not. \Vh.oi Itcr your fancy turns to upholstered couch f- es, brass or iron bedsteads, neat,-clean and easily.kept clean, -or I he more ornate bedsteads of. oak, mahogany or other .woods, we can meet your every requirement in handsome, durable bedroom furniture. Everything kept in. a iirst-class furniture store. " 'i CASH OR CREDif TRAVIS ABNEY Laurel; Mississippi CASH OR CREDIT; G OOD building brick, in . any quantity. A ; §u ' p'erior"" product shipped in carloads or less or delivered-' . .to local-^yade-.'-' Write- for-" prices. We. can rmeet^an^, -8.' This corporation may. · begin business as % soon as this charter ' 'Bhall be opprovcd by the Governor r required: by. law. ' . s : -ir/c-c : i V / . » . · · . · ' . '-, T,.;E. Ramsay, a prominent citi-: ·ze'ri 'of-Va'n Cleave, Miss., was iiv first of the week on a- visit to his son, Dr. C. H. Ramsay.l " s . · . . i Buck. Moss y/as in Laurel Mon-; "·]--· For 5aie by T;

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