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ihjig Ko to the the er 'i€ F FOl PIANO: W by demignm ilf such rare beau of such powjf' and sweetmatfa exterior finii I d workm that they [fippeal irresi tew how . »2 appreciate tht inf created to supply i at reasonable p£ I ordinary makes yet the F onfpj S 1 !* demand for fnigm cost very little m bought at such re ly desiring a good piano, n ee d *>*4pn* E. E. FORBES PIAWCO. C. J. ROBERTS, Mgr., Opposite Postoffice, East Capital Street., JACKSON, MISS i I BEAUTIFUL DENISE ORME. Denise Orme leaped into popularity on the English stage by her rendering of Marie Blanche in "The Little Mlcbus." She is now the bride of Captain Honorable John Reginald Lopes Yarde-Buller, eldest son and heir of Baron Churston. Her husband is in the Scots guards. Anything You Want Try a News Want -5 [»J ■ m Md tr i V I r i % . I a.:,, O y [\ 0 9n Hattiesburg rtment is in the aroughly Under Regular Patron. Job for Up-t« Hands oi stand th< T >V V ris v 1 fflk ■" J Mail Orders Solicited Work Deliver m. ;■ 7 i / 7 ome Phone 30 berlarn a Hi Wm ■ ' vt • e i ?■ mm ING ON SHIPS. HHH|^Hrwriters Gamble on Overdue nHS^pLela Potted at Lloyde. ihjig ship 1 b overdue, an oppor Is sometimes afforded for a ^He at Lloyds. It can bo readily ^Herstood that underwriters who are Spores ted In the "overdues" arc only Ko willing to get rid of the risk by Spaying a premium on the Insured rate to those who are willing, on their term*, to relieve them of their respon sibilities. The premium varies with the chances of the vessel turning up. The smaller the chances the higher the premium and vice versa. The rates paying on "overdue*" serve as accurate barometers of the probabilities or otherwise of the ship ever being heard of again. These un derwriters who speculate on "over dues" are generally known by the sig nificant name of "doctors." The insur ance on an "overdue" may pass through many channels before the ship Is, on the one hand, "posted" at Lloyds as "missing" or, on the other hand, she arrives in safety. A ship is never "posted" until the committee is thoroughly satisfied that her case is hopeless and until the own er is of the same opinion. Before "posting" a notice Is put up for a week Inviting any information con cerning the vessel. If this elicits no news, the committee at its next meet ing votes the ship ns "missing," and a notice is posted accordingly. The loss Is then settled and paid for. It may be incidentally remarked that "post ing" at Lloyds constitutes a legal death certificate for any one on board tile missing ships.—London Express. BORROWED BOOKS. The Way Their Return Pricked an Artist's Conecience. i In the course of some reminiscences Ipf Sir Edward Burne-Jones a corre Vpondent of- the Westminster Gazette •Vmarks: Those who are not "offend by the paradoxes of Charles Lamb ~ d have delighted in BurneVones' of hunior and imagination: Let m ®\ Justify my reference to Charles pi 1 dnee retried to Burne-Jones some e had lent me thirty riting to him to the cf kvas base to keep bor llong it was heroic to kr such long posses W breed the sense of book whlc years! befqjg feet tVnadl rowed W return as owkershl ly he said: lose books has slm i It has also pained I raise the standard ft matters and per B, susceptible con Hnrowers. I have on my shelves. ^Bners should die to think about them. I have IHftt were lent to ■■Vaeiit of ours, K %ber, was In ftthe owner is 11 not give ade me un irn an aml ed villain." ie ply jtagd me, 'or 1? of nhralli ha] to scien ani ;s oj m I wof than* these two me whic . may n I "square, in \ for I simf f- And you h Red no t them easy able 3 have helped t leal into a const" RAMSEY & c 1 I undertakers Both 'Phones J Day, 227—Night, 4* 03 West Pine Stre^ - 1 i ,ive-room House, ,. 8troe>*e in. Terms to Hardy it pur ne chas A. J. Hattiesbur, H. A. Camp's 1 917 lots fronting on street car line and running ba blocks, size 50 by 150 to 60 by 200. 2 Each lot sold on thirty equal payments, price running from $ 150. $ 1,000.00 each; no interest and no taxes. 3 In case of death, all payments due at that time will be cancelled and lot deed ed free of incumbrance, provided the payment of all payments due have been made. 4 Warranty deed and abstract of title will be furnished with each lot. 5 Any lot purchased that is not satisfactory will be changed for any lot in the property that is unsold, by allowing credit on the lot changed for the amount al ready paid in, or if a more valuable lot is selected, by paying the difference. 6 than ten lots in his or her name. * No person allowed to purchase more 7 New school house located in the center of this, property. to In is -8 : Street railway built through this property. ■ / 9 , L II T ■it m m. - This property is closer to the center of Hattiesburg than any other pleasure for us to shoum * M m ' ■ (It costs you nothing to look at this property, it is a my... : H'Wkk I 10 if * Address all communications to M H. A. CAMP, \ i r Hiitiesburg, Miss., or call and see him. 1 pur