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AND FORD CARS B AND ACCESSORIES l*hitod States and Firestone Tires. Repairers of Ford } cars, Livery service on slior.t notice. Phone 96 :t Wiggins Auto * Company . F. G. McQuagge, Mgr. * Wiggins, : Miss. I THE BLAYLOCK Barber shop IHHHHBBS The'Sanitar.y Barber Shop. All work First Class HQT ANI) COLD BATHS #• Childrens IT1;- CuUtvg A US A TKIA EHgaMBH BLAYLOCK Hroprietor iggins, Miss. t -T~~~» »-'■ M-II r I'T I I !!■ !■■ — I II ■! Ill ADYEIiTISING PAYS NOTICE Of TRUSTEES SAEiv I, F. I/. Bond, Trustee under the pro visions of and by authority vested in mein a deed of trust made-by William S. Pi id jen to P. E. Williamson the 23rd day of February 1616 to secure a certain indebtedness to I1. F. Williams, the same-being recorded on page 277 of I B >ok 17 in the Chancery Clerks office of Harrison County, Mississippi, I will on MONDAY THEsTH DAY OF MAY 1916 offer for sale and will sell at pub-* lie auction for cash to the highest and best bidder at the West or front door of the Town Tin1,! at Wiggins. Mississ ippi, during legal hours, th" following described land and property to wit; Lots 3 mid 4 in Block I Origioual Wiggins together with all improve ments situated and belonging. Copy hereof posted nt the Court House at Gulfport this 14th day o! April 1916. j K. h. Bond, T r ustee. Chamberlain's Colie. Cholera and Diarrohca ^ Remedy i mis ii rcmeutiy Lime cvciy lamn v should be provided with, and especially during the summer months TbinKof the pain and suffering that must be eu- 1 dnred wlien medicine must be sent for, before relief can be obtained. This! remedy is thoroughly reliable. Ask anyone who lias used U. Obtainable everywhere. Everybody, Wiggins, Miss I have a portable Horse Shoe ing outfit and a first class Horse Shoer to do the work, and by coming after him and bringing him back, will do the work at the regular prices, where as 'many as 10 head are to be shod I also have installed machinery to get out wagon timber, and such vvook can bo done quicker at my place than ever before, in fact it is done right now. 1 aW> set your tires cold, by hydraulic paessure; grind your corn every nay in the week except Sunday Yours truly. C. Bravender, Benefitted by Chamberlain's Liniment ‘‘I li^ve used Chamberlain's Liniment for sprains, bruises cud rheumatic j -in?, and the great benefit I have received justifies my recoommeudifig it in the highest terms.” writes Mrs. Florence Slife, Wabash, Ind. If you are troubled with rheumatic pains you will certainly be pleased with the prompt relief which Chamberlain’s Liniment affords. Ob tainrble everywhere. HBgHaSHKSS9335JK2I3SE? Hightower9s High Grade Seeds | 190 Hay Velvet Beans. Early Corns, Grasses, Sor- $ jghuin, Rice, Clin fas, Peas, Peanuts, Hastings and (Mosby’s Prolific Corn. || Field. Garden and Flower Seed of Every Kind | ^ace Order Filled Promptly. Write for Catalogue T. A. Hightower Seed Co. IIAS!~'1 lniwilwHiiiiii .. .. nifiiiiinii.irniminii~~T~iir, ¥ Bridging the distance ’twixt you and “anywhere.” The Bell Telephone, with its 16,000,000 miles of wire, brings millions of people , within earshot of your voice. u a .1 a . * i _ M • /• /x_- .. many mousanu or im* i, uviug wumu unjr ui u hundred miles, can be reached tor a small toll charge. K Are you making ‘use of this vast bridge on your ; /farm, in your home or in your business. There’s a a profiiyjf time, money or convenience for you in the Bell Telephone if you will use it. Grasp the Opportunity! Call or write the manager to-day, ' CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE ~ & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED * ^ . j By LOUISE OLIVER. Papa Moffatt, choleric and as well upholstered as the heavy davenport upon which he sat. looked up from the evening paper. “Well, it looks as though people were learning sense. Woman suffrage has been turned down in our state," tie chuckled.” “Oh.'rm sorry!” exclaimed Dorothy, dutifully doing nothing by the after dinner lamp. The girls have worked j so hard." "Hard! What do women know about work?" demanded her father, who spent four hours in his office every day 1 Just for the looks of the thing. “Poli tics would be a nice mess wbh women j in it. 1 teli you women haven't and : ivill Vtnvn thr> Inline nf num Dorothy, seeing an opportunity, ' Struck while the iron was hot. “Then, dad. if you like men so well why do you object to rue having company or going anywhere with a man?" Mrs. Moffatt looked up from her , crocheting horrified. The affair of \ie j Blackmorc's nephew, who had visited his relatives and managed to make j Dorothy fall in love with him—to the righteous rage of Papa Moffatt, who t was away on a trip at the time—was a subject religiously avoided by the i family. For papa possessed a temper erratic as Vesuvius and as dangerous 1 as a mine. A mere touch and it was off. Dorothy’s remark went home. The mine exploded. “So you think, miss, j that because I came home in tim^ to j prevent some young whelp from run ning off with you that you are privi- j leged to be sarcastic the rest of your | life. It’s a good thing for him ha | made that train or I'd toe In jail now for murder." “Put, dad, you never even savv him It isn't fair to judge people before—” j “That’s enough, young lathy. I > : you think I've spent money on yjg^i a' your .life to teach you music and palm ing and goodness knows what just/t(- . have some young rascal of a nob/dy steal you? Besides, you’re too yo»ng. I waiit vou right here at home tbe | compaj for ma and me till you’re twentv " . tbirlv . And v.diey you : get ma. i d ■- ■ 1 pick^^vn^^j^wband. ) they didn’t i-t 'em \ ate." - . .. J Still . « rfir.g ait, puffing his pheeka, Papa Moffat; sumed liis paper. 1 Dorothy, sobbing lender than occa- , sion demanded, left the room and went to bed, presumably. In reality, tho tears dried up miraculously as soon as her door was shut. She got out an immense packet of thick letters addressed to General Delivery and re- , read every one with flushed cheeks an chining eyes. “Bertie, dear, there Wffi be way. I'm to iliHik harder thaw, I ever did in ms,life. ’Nj> brains, papa says. ’ Look out. dad! 1 “Where's Dolly?" asked Papa Mof fat at breakfast. “She—she has a headache. She didn't sleep all night,” said mamma. Papa tried hard not to look like the criminal he felt, jlis moments oi re morse accounted for many of the wonderful things Dolly now possessed. He looked over his mail. “By George, j ls.auc, 1 ve KOI TO go U> HBVV U.'1H UU' night. I've just had a letter from > McConnell. Have my bag ready, will you, and dinner at six instead of sev en Tel! Dolly to think viy 'Vtiut she wantg to cure ner headache.” So he departed, and Mrs. Moffat flew to Dorothy with the news. Doro thy grew thoughtful and helped her self to another roll (she was having a very comfortable breakfast in bed) with iiu tuoro headache than I have at this minute. Something she want ed' She would make the price high. go Papa Moffatt. found two liiigs waiting in the hall when ho returned, ami a trunk besides. Dorothy, dressed for traveling, met him smil ing. "Such a good daddy!" coaxed Dolly syeetly. "Mamma told mo you said I could have what 1 wanted, so I decided I'd take a trip this time. You are so good to me. I'm going 10 New York with you.” Her father had not meant exactly that, hut he dared not refuse. "Well, I guess maybe—all right, gome along, Poll. Pou t know what I’ll do with you, but if you want to go, 1 guess you may. All ready?” "Yes, daddy,” demurely. So 7:30 found them in a Pullman, speeding eastward. "Let's go to pie rib Martin,” sug gested Dorothy in the morning. "Well,' hesitated her father. I al ways go to the Manhanset, but if you want the other, it’s all right.'’ So to the St. Martin it was, They engaged rooms and Mr. Mof fatt looked hurriedly at his watch. "I have a meeting at ten, Dorothy. Now about you—you can’t go around alone. I wonder if we can get some one to go with you. ’ “Let’s ask the young man at the desk, daddy." The young man, very good looking, very obliging and very much interest FlArAfhtr thmitrlit li knf»w n WAV ‘i have a sister,” he said, “who would be able to go with Miss Moffatt, per haps. We have an apartment in Har lem. 1’U call her up. ’ So it was arranged that during her three-day stay Dorothy was to have a companion while Papa Moffatt wa busy with a deal of great financial im portauce elsewhere. On the evening of the first day while Dorothy was dressing for dinner and theater later. Mr. Moffatt appeared In the lobby and sauntered up to the desk. The young man was still on duty, although not busy. Soon they were having a friendly chat. Tap* ( loFalt bs 1 had h;3 appetizer ai.J waa j eellng th glow. He fairly radiated y'oc t’ v/ ill ■^rruy ' lie *4, 1 i. young man?'' "No* so .ad I'm or in a ess min- , to now Hid yotif j‘ • v .;;,r enjoy er day?” ' ^ "Yes, ye much cl»l» to yon.'' "Oil, dor mention in If y „i don't rated my sr lug so, shei tuicci-: jin’.y * sod-loo kin '•* Papa cii skied. “Yep bet *;he is. > [ tel; u I have a ’ j-ffUi”. K ’.tag tuay f-; m me. Pin i S k< ; her tor a 1 for a • .ile.” He pi his finger . il togetb- raid leaned confidently ! (J V the 1 ; t’rne ( ■ : lyre si nearly < jed with a j . i - i ■ ai 1 *i k home- o this tim* j In ... at ; b?. along.” i ; ' young >n looked sf.nfirth tic, + «irrlw rl ' 1 -.1 1 : . , mi ‘ih Bu. :t costs u dari much to liv I iut-t C£ t.” i .. M.kl.it looi.-d interest ’ Ho rn .1 j u ta ter .3 r.ot rou , “Too bad. Y: >u oem (O } .ive it pr y c<>r: 1 <*rt; ' ] • t ■ i right <j v ;r fo ?vor thing an : t ' . fc—r‘ : w. ' v i ^ '■ ” Tliat: r y me />. It's tin get t th qitic - I ■ I have sr fd." was tie qui. an stv'i "but •' / thing is t<- g< t the hi sid-) ack or Jomething good. xo one cart "to glv foe a tip."’ X f: it 1 ppened that th - young man knew actly what papa’s b lies, was ir. Xew York, and Wasn't it clevs. of hi ; to bleat to the ijig ,t per sonJ'.i The ther picked him /right up and father 1 him into the ff Id. Put ting ptie finger against his lose and shut- ig c .o lu, he leatwtd quite cl°8§JLiteVValparaiso Special 7's and S'sfcjfll' tiling in the morrlng. It's minVi t> li you, but keep lit quiet' HeJ’Bicliy! Ready? Good-by, young j ma 0 A: 1 . a laud whisper: "May be * n . i won’t mind it so much if yr- h. . “ ) Th •<; y and last of(’New Y'ork was n '»u . .1;r: for papa, but when he got ;■•'/ he hotel before dinnei Ooroft not rcturn^'T1—dm went da-wr'f.AS to inquire. 1 ::s young friend was also absent ?:«. - *ne desk. The < -1 k in his place away ing that ways 9 9 9 9 9 m ^999» jH 9 9 ' BiffSI 9 9® ■ 9|||||| 9 9 1 ■ ;. ’ 9 9 . : 989BI1 . 9 9 9 ■ 9 bIBBI ;; 198111 ■Bll IH ■ ■-. i j 9311 (919 *'■1111 by of forms st Hon able iridiu 1 « . f - ’ > perf,nil its fnn stipated. The fo in \oiir stomacli Tin's inflames 1 nausea, vomiting ache. Take Cha key will tone up v stomach a; d you as ever. They o: le ev \ u«uww«ipgiHaam. « am » u w. __r— - t " .3. t_iC_TORt \ i>i> rile ipr. ■ Is 1 4 ,.N •* Depositors rirst This bank never overlooks the fact that its first duty is toward its depositors. Nodiinjf is to b< done that wiil impair the safety T(. of their deposits. 'Mi. it ii but 1 bey hai e second place iM I Security first. ] 1 VC 7 E'/orv Hired"V and deer in this hank lias j» . ways in mind that every dollar deposited ' $ 1ms to be paid bade. Nothing is all* • > J j imp* il that. . sjj j We nay 4 per cent on savings accounts / J ■M as well as time deposits. j First National Bank of Cormerce j jg J | Hattiesburg, Miss. Smhmb dkl: store talk Our Prescription orders continue to grow— We do not substitute. TTENTION LADIES— Most every particular woman prefers the most delightful and fragrant toilet ariicles. Ws have them—the kinds that will suit you best. Quick delivery made in town. Everything in the way of soft drinks served at our store. Your onage will be appreciated.