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_2 a » mm ä «| « p ! gOBTmv»r:n>. SolTIIBUCMI * . » o i>.n b. . Il I», ■ *« 1 . . DU» a V. ». nu am No ft Na T i 'Lot, ol people here to.ee the cir Van Colvin was in Hattiesburg Monday. Dr. J. M. Alford wa* a Laurel vi«i tor Tuesday. Queen Quality Shoe, at Fountain Munin* Co. Knox Holliman, of Hattiesburg, wa* her* Sunday Kditor Nobl*«, Of Laurel, Chron icle, waa here Thursday. Everything in Spring DrrsaGoodn at Fountain Minim* Co. Capt.XJ. Hardy «a» a busine»* «tailor to Laurel Monday. The editor apent a part of Mon day at Laurel on bueinea*. Dont fail *ee Mary .the big Elepbaot with John H. Spark* Show*. Quite a number of our buaiut** men are in Jackson today. Milton Weems, the naval Mort mau, apent last Sunday here. A- B. Hobb*. editor of the Sum rail Herald, wa* here Sunday. Mi*. Maud Nation, of Wes«o*«, is the gueat of Hiss Nita Smith. Ask your neighbors how they litte their oinger «awing maotiines. Messrs. Fred Bynum und Mack Parker, were Meridian visitor* lust Sunday. A 4 torney'* C. S. Street and J. H Cook, were iu Forest till* week on basiuet«. J. L. Bufkin, ol Vosstuirg, wa* the guest ol his sou O. N. Bufkin laat Sunday, Roman, the monster performing Lion, with John H. Sparks Shows, El slsvlile, Saturday, March 17th. Tom Ferrell attended Federal ooort at Meridian this week as a witness in the Rutlidge ease. Joe Fettdley sells the old reliab i lit or r sowing machine, for cash or on eat-y payment», Mrs. W. X. Lawia returned from a rlsii to her daugh ter Mr*. Ddlphib at Qulfport. Thursday. Everybody com« to see John II. Spark» Shows, the «bow wtih a na tional reputation. March 17th. 3. A- Ferrill, ot Shubuia, wa* mingling and shaking hands with old friends here last Thursday. There are over 2600 Singer sew ing machine« in use in Jor.cs county and not a diasattsfled customer. Complete Stock of Queen Quali ties For The Spring Trade Now On Display at Fountain-Minims Co. We trust that all the old confed erate rrterane in Jonea county will* attend the reunion at New Orleans. Every one who bars » HINGER sewing machine ta well pleased What h.-tter recommendation do you waul? Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gough ami children, viaited hi« father Mr. H. P. Gough and family the first of the week. The John II. Sparks Shows, a Show with a uattonal reputation will visit Elllsville, Saturday March lftb amt give two performances, afternoon and night. Lee Hardee, a prominent mer chant of Sanderavile, waa the gueat of hi* brother C. A. Hardee, tnis week. All the latest thing« in [Neckwear, Shirts, Underwear, Suapendere, Footwear, everything for Spriug Wear at F junt.im-Miitirn* Co. Miss Lutsy O'DiiineM waa elected as sponsor for jeiferson Davia Camp to attend the reunion at Mew Or leans, April 24 , and she will select bar ms,.Is of honor. a« s So « a*, a II». S .... it ll * m I I, • a l IT r * !• !J A W i 1 » r « Circus today. Remember the circus today. M. W. Hyde was in Laurel Thur*. d»y. Crossett Shoes—Fountain Miami Co. Fitl. I Tktou. ßowDOi Makes delicious hot biscuit, griddle cakes, rolls and muffins. of tetter pirwSfi At 1 ,pçcialheld ,o last Monday for Constable, "V. ! Holytîe'cl recHvfd 26ô votes, and A . A H!n,on m TO,e * Circuit Clerk Jeeee M Hum »pent Tue« great speech of Judge Alton Brook Parker, bur la*t democratic candi clidate tor president. Mr. A. K Mood- ha* bought out Lewis Hro*., livery «table und will aoon move hie family buck to E lie rifle. We welcome Mr. Moody and family back home again. i Toe Ladies Aid Society of the Bap ,„, ch „ rcU j, - rU io* up a con cert under the supervision rf Mr*. c T. Ferrill, which will be worth at tending The dale ha* not yet been fixed Mr. A T Whitney will hav* charge of the loe ilunl and bottling work* this year, winch i* a gunrati tee that the people wdl be served a- ] long the line of good ice and good drink*, icksen and heard the Mr» Helen Shelby Don. wlio h i* been the gueat ol of her father mi l mother, Mr. and Mr* N. B Shelby for the past two week*, returned to her home at Birmingham, Ala., last Thursday. Mr. Fred Wright and family, for merly of Newton, are now domiciled a» cil.x-ns of our town Mr Wright represent* the Dorsey Printing Co., of I)al n*. Tex . and i* agent h r I ihe Densn-ore typewriter. Rev. Isaac secretary of State Sunday School I Convention, will deliver an addns* on Sabbath achonla at the Melho I diet cliureh, Suudti, night, March I 18th. All are cordially invi ed to I come out and hear him D. Border*, general We very niiii-h regret to I that Dr S 8. Turner wiP a< Ills home relation* with Kllievide ' and move with Ins thriving cite of Hattiesburg commend him and his interesting J family to the people of lUtlies burg. Mrs. W. K. Lee and little son, Ar thur, arrived here from New York, to join her hoebBnd who is the effi cient manager ot the Anchor Saw Mill Co, The family are domiciled for the present at the residence of K. J. Ward. The New South New* . extend» to them a hearty welcome. We ran down fr m Laurel to Kill» ville Mondnyand spent s few ho rs. | We called <>n brother J. F Parker,! editor of the New South-New». The 1 gew Soiiüt-New» ha* « aplendid out- 1 lit naw a|d Iworlier V*rk«r is niuk-..; ing money. We have l een nequain ted with brother Parker ever since i m ! farm \ to tin j We we were a boy und we were £la<J lo *ee him -—Taylor ville Signal. HOTICE All partie» deviring Water will plt-an» call on the clerk and pay tap ping Be and rtbisi then call on Mr. I). A I.amson who will make tap and connection» for W. V. Walters, | Mayor j permit a 1 ; you. The election baa been ordered April 17th next tor n vote in the new propoeed diatrict for a co.irt houee at Laure* This means a aad*, . AonAkM» ^ * -, I » I , dlintr of an hSO.OOO bonded debt i .. ■ » . ,. , .. ! upon the people of aaiddietru.t Wej trust that Ihe people of the new di* »riet Aill vois down the propos.tiou an there 1» no necessity for it. Do Ton Suffer Fron Kid. noy Trouble» Wa guarantee one boUloOf Smith» ! Kidney Cure to baneflt or cur®, or I your druggl»* will refund your mon- ! Price 50 cent®, 04 Ward » Drug j «T Store. Jeffernon Davie Camp No. 1501 V. C. V. met la»t Saturday and reeolv. solved to raise SS0.00 for a fand to erect a monnaient to the women of , _ , , _ _ . G Turner and J F. Barker were ap-1 pointed a committee to enlist the A. O'Donnell. M. the confederacy, young people of our town to get np Some kind ot an entertainment for that purpose. Every member of the camp agree» to give ft.00 »ach. , J. F. Parker and B. L. Rodger* 1 were elected delegates to the reun ion and W. T. Windham and J. M. Buchanan as alternates. OHATIORICAL COITEST Reid Here Lut Saturday Wit Large y Attended ] The Jo'ir*. count* orn'orioal con te*: w^a I'fld Hi the fti'ht •«»! htu-tiinft: In *1 S.i t u nla i Inrcc tile presence of i> i.l sppre. iat ve 'audience. <-d of 1 j V fruiti ill part CO!!. li >f the county. Tin follow g were the cot te* laut- f« tile pnic«: Gt K LS KtMie WiHiatii!*, Ki.:*%*iPe, l.ilh.tn Thomp*. ", LwOft'l. F.u'u Show* |-<>lloW4htp lila m le P - *- Mt. Vernui Multie CtiaviF. Hehrun. Floreiu e Hull. Ovett HOYS I il Mitchell Mile* Porter Geon e Easterling. :i Rolnti*on F I ; it, I» I I 4 T»er>li« I I I Am iRflM s ir.i Rib PRIZES AWARDED. I.ill ,»n Thmnpuon. IlfM prix* Blanch»- Dsc-*- necond piiac, Leon Hus*li. rir-t prize. Pearson Pi ell. «econd prix AM the confi -tnntH Mi i veil in I HÎ1 cl»*-» bit ! ed pi zr~, if vl Iw-tov til n,e*. il conte- I » •ii are great incentive* 1 ', tli. *, bind • h I-. dren of the comity and ahuul l I I , :irnil , u.v .ill uir p*.i| e I ' g J . | 1 1 i ! 1 j PMTofevtfydüiw itsm C ViTTTTTTrcirm .Chem^Md. I I and the yreatet quantttlea of everj growing ihlng cen reedllr be prt^ duced with the liberal ueeof Vlrglaitr < \rollne Fertlllr^re, together with « «refill egltfration. The meteriel«V>f which they are made, c*ua< vürmtoeo^ rieh the ' end, end the planta to coma up r*p! llr and more prttllflo. Cea VI ifelM-Cerollne Ftrtllliftfl on your i t ulte and fmlt-treee of nil k it,«, coru, wL "it nu l nil tnict-n For, at liarrent -time, you will l»avo th* lnifvitt fi'uf these will "increase your ^Tteld per acre-) sod fl&JT trope yon ever r»i«od tu ell four farm Ufa. Doo ibuythe 1 Inferior eubetUute that aify fertll laer agent may try to per •unde you to put on your land. fllCllll-CMOlMI CHEMICAL CO., UAmsA T*. Mrik, V*. HiKa. I. « Kotau*t», klitoHx kg, iliuo, I ÏÂ^r ^ I | j Letter to A. Dean, Ellisvilie, Misa. There are several waye n milk, An old-faMi water* it. Nobody water« it now. A better wav i* to take out the cr» «m—rich milk witti ; the cream taken out la a* good na Dear Sir; of cheating i ioned wav ia t poor milk with oteam all in. i 1 ! Hut we needn't eo into pnrticu K 1 . Y< ' don 1 ro,) > onr m,lrt a,,d y ,1,ir cuntamer». Paint is a* ea»f an milk to cheat with Good poin. i» a* rare a* good milk; for human nature 1 * much Ihe ! same in milkmen and paiul men I You ore just and true with jour ! milk; *o ar<- we wit* our paint. I* ■ j Vf>e ||.ad-si>d-zinc i* lw-1. .* a* good as mixes paint». There'» twice a* mucii butter in it Mr. J. T Ladd, Cheraw, S C. writes: "When Mr, hvans paiuted hi* house with Devoe, he »»'«Tired on how other paints covered ami hnd enough left to paint three large .room» He wa» so plea*ed that he , )as u » c rt Dovoe on two otner house* Yours truly, F. W. Devoe A < «>.. New Yoik. , 1 LIVE WITHIN YOUR INCOME tmnu otow »ICH BT s&vnoi WHTIOt TOOt UitiTar Mcsey W«k Make Your Money Work T >0 fro«* M«fM of forreotfo Ih<i wjtü I« to awwff !••» thor vb»M I* -0 Thlo H 'be » *4 al 1%at>«lrr» ir'-nv \ wurt. • •.Id'iPMlhf tfella t ««u It r* f nk r-i*y » .rail fart wi.l dtas u L Send us your Money by Mail Wo mtepi âmpmmitê fr » M «Ce» tel *Hm IM ft w il «s 4 per «-«il camyniaM ivtt* a fear. ssxvursata: £ixs' tm ~ €t INTERSTATE TRUST»*» BANKING COMPANY NCW ORLEAN« CAPITAL « 760 . 000.00 SURPLU 8 8100 . 000.00 XXXXXXXXKXXXXXXXXX°XXXXXXX<fc Best of them All. John H. Sparks Famous Railroad Shows. X * ■ *n a"v X x » V X A« » x X * * v mV K X X And Wonderfully Educated Animal Actors. X X I X g known overt w iicr«_- as l ho highest-class exhibition of the kind in Amer ; a » With a host of ctuirch new and extraordinary features will ie,.! «* ft V Tt X t \ hibit at a V « ■ SATURDAY, MARCH 17, v » « V X KM k_* X mV Afternoon and Nigfht. ■ * « m x s a » I-. gw I bV « K o i\ 4 =-~2 O v ■ it m(WP I I kV .y y • r .'X I »I M - >•-1 At V 1 »« x J - TT î ï f :'!?) i in x kV !• r • I, f :3k*« Wy* * x i|4f « 4 . ■■ m m ■ * A ») K.K L k*k m . » " V i « ; «*.i I K* I ^ ■H~jr-. 11 *' V \ kV - i f ii r-5> If • 3V V ■ k J ■ * a p' X . 1 1 X I ■ ^ A truly stupendous federation of Arenic Celebrities, representinn the cremc-deda-creme of the profession, in a sumptuuos program, embellleh H ed With all the accessories of magnificent costumes, costly trappings, and perfect paraphanalia. 5ee the marvelously educated elephants* lions, tigers, beautiful p -rform-ng horses, ponies, dogs and monkeys, champion ac-oq.ti*?, leaper.«. tumblers, daring and graceful lady trapese k y artists, aerialists, funny clowns' tomedy mules, and ioo other *cti ant' features, all up to the Sl'ARK^ standard of excellence Traveling by Vj its own special train ol palatial railway cars. See the Street Parade. ? KXXXXXXXXXXXXoMKXKXXXXXXXX I»*********«.*«****«.»*«, »VV»»W^V«V444V11^ WV t ♦ Î v , J • 1 M ft. (astst, PlMidnt. W» Irrutn.' W. N firm Ossklst. Tl.w 1'rwi.n. ! : BANK IELIMLE ? \l it :î I ElllsTine, Miss. i , « J . • f ♦ ; BURGLARY POLICY ! : i WiiCb Frnlccti sad Cover* Dtyllgbt or Nlrbi Robbery. i ♦ r Deposit Tobt Finds Nr Safety. t t; Wann llnunsasbaiedon Oniano oaswud llaaponalbllitjr. Î 1 ♦ ♦ CORRESPONDENT»: « usai ' .tlanal B.aV, N.w vark. D»m a MsttSMl M t ♦ 'I Now Or I < '* VOUK ACCOUNT SOLICITED J Received, Iu*t ôdO p,.ir of the Farnuus Kohn Guldmon I'ants—All si : « — V.Ii Drio-;4, at •I P. M \ E K > . Tb s Qr^ wniild fin wHl 1* ip I»»" P*. HI.-a. finish Op thecJSle'* nd go h<ixie Every on« of th.-m I ught be H* >rd uis'sv horn" ! nr „ ' Speaker Thomas of the H uiac of Repreaentatives, is a>so considering the matter ot becoming a candidate for governor. The Kepnblicnne in the United gratae Senate dont know «ÿiere they are at. They are woefully snlil up and tba Democrats have them on l 'b# run. __* ! Tb. Oroftuaiion Ei.mn.stioc. I Tue graduation »laminations will h* held the 30th and :41 -k nf March 11*08, Ther# will an examination held • . *• each of 'he plm-e« where the con- \ ti Mt* w<*re hflrl rit» winter. Tnoonon **■*»»' will hrjfj th«»»r* u .minut.ioii*» i*i • Baadersvlll*' Mi_ Mattie) I k; ° v * u ' M, ~ Km " « Indh.m^ ! MaUio Wslhorn: Betb ■ 0 R bi- E I^e. O. ' K»«'erilrig; Blessant Ridge, Bars HlL ) bun; Hebron, Hiram p wall. t M. P. nt'HH. E C. LOPP.R, MARVIN KOHIN.viN- | - Examinera The legislature seems io be in a wrangle over Ihn creation of thajk new 18th Jndlcial <iistrlct. It is <]if- * ficnlt lo arrange the matter to jnit|Tnt (he poll tic in ns. CKLKRT PHOSPHAT*. Ct-lory Phosphat« ia a aflias tifld combination of C«lsry, Iron and Phosphate and is the only genuine Tonic Cel*> ry bottled in the South. Sold at M. W. Hyde'a drug ater«. Mississippi bottling W'orha, Hattiesburg, Misa. Watch the line upof the political Schemer», it will allow tip a» sooa as the legislature adjourn». Mrs Hus n H Anthony, (he well known woman vuffragfat agitator, 1* -lead at ihr age nf 87 year». Mia was a rrmsikabljr intedigeat wo man: The legislature will fryfo sdjoara on or about April lat. It ia to k* hoped that they will aad everybody will say amen. The legisla'iire had belter poao Hie eleclive judiciary bi 1 ! boforo 'hey go home,or there will be mua j ic in the air i teachers, trau ins ! COURSE. I 0f Poplnrqille High School March 19, May 11,1906, tkn»> iHigh review, superior accom* tnodati ins, reasonable ratoa. State examination at close. W. I. THAMES, Poplarrille, Miaa. • \ P-»»Vh, open tor two hustling young men lo travnl to MMoMppt. itJood proposition to light party ad ) good habita. R*-fera roe vamt*«4. t Addrcsa, J. D. Botru, BattMwbwg, Miaa. _ _ | WANTED HELP: Wa naod «—t a Artwta, and will tsaOh oar food man the »rode fron, if ha Ii - thajk- Writs t* of oMaaad *4*4» i*a * l,| l rafortBOSa % jnit|Tnt DltflTltiTliiliL tltuiftp* Benue BfCDtdo, (VHUnbat, Miaa