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lain away about a week in at
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Besides routine work of the board
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MISSISSIPPI POSTMASTERS
HOLDING STATE CONVENTION
Daily News Special.
Jackson, October
masters of the state met today at
Pythian Castle Hall with a fine at
tendance.
was delivered by Hon. H. M. Quin,
President E. E. Roberston of Collins
presided over the meeting and John
P. Bennett of Yazoo City acted aa
secretary, Chas. Fitzgerald postoffice
inspector of this district, M. J. Mul
7.—The post
The address of welcome
COUNTY SCHOOLS
NOW IN'SESS!0N
The public schools of the coupty
opened their doors to the pupils for
the session of 1907-8 yesterday.
All of the public schools in Forrest
and Perry county began another year
of work yesterday with the exception
of the school at Rawls which post
poned its opening until a week later
on account of the meeting of the Bap
^ tlst association which takeB place at
\-tbe Central Baptist church near Rawls
Springs.
• From all accounts the attendance
this session will be greatly in excess
R The Casin^ l
: irst and Only Chance 1
TO SEE I
ited Oil Painting, jH
Odaliskyues Message" |
and legend of Old Constantinople.
REPRESENTING
The Interior of a Turkish Harem, Architecturally and
Historically correct.' A scene of beauty from the far East.
Also
Chas. Dalton
will return for two days rendering
NEW SONGS
and his beautiful "Mocking Bird Whistle" by request.
. The usual program, including Moving Pictures,
will be presented.
'^Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 8th and 9th.
Matinee both Days
ADMISSION 10c. As Usual.
MAJESTIC ROLLER RINK
On 2nd St. between Jackson a nd New Orleans Sts
New Skates, good floor and best kind of Skating
music, bv Hattiesburg
Band.
15c.
In
:h
and
by the
be in ses
|Hr a week and a
Imess will be gotten
that time.
IS
'oard of Health
A
tinent to the health of the various
portions of the state the board will
hold examinations of applicants for
license to practice medicine. Of these
there is a large number and the ex
amlnations will take up a large por
tlon of the time of the board as the
examinations are very thorough and
rigid.
Doctor Donald will return at the
end of the week unless he concludes
to spend a few days at some of the
health resorts as a sort of vacation.
vihlll postmaster of Vicksburg, both
delivered interesting addresses at the
session this morning. Mr. C. F. Trot
ter of the first assistant postmaster
general's office Washington, delivered
an interesting speech this afternoon
and tonight the delegates were en
tertained by the Board of Trade at a
smoker at which Lieutenant Gover
nor-elect Luther Manship was present
and told some of his choicest stories.
of any previous year and the schools
will have one of the most successful
seasons that they have ever known.
A Howl.
An English duke, while being shown
the collection of birds in a museum,
asked the name of one of them.
"That's a howl," said the attendant.
"A what?" exclaimed the duke.
"A howl," repeated the man with
even more distinctness, whereupon a
bystander, seeing the cause of the
duke's mystification, said, "Your royal
'lghncss, 'e says hit's a howl."—Sir M.
Grant Duff's Diary.
Not Charlie's Gum.
"Now, Charlie," said the sweet faced
little woman, "before you come Into
Sunday school, don't you think It
would be nice to take your gum out
of your mouth?"
"Yessum, but it ain't mine, lt*s my
brudder's."—New York Press.
IE
RES INQUIRY
NEW YORK SOCIETY IS ANXI0U8
TO KNOW THINGS.
It
Requests Secretary of 8tate Power to
Furnish Information Regarding the
Manner in Which the Mississippi
Legislature Does Business.
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it
Daily News Special.
Jackson
League club of New York City,
through its sub-committee on Politi
cal Reform, is anxious to have some
further information regarding the
meetings of the legislature of this
state and the methods employed in
Mississippi for expediting legislation
and disposing of the vast amount of
chaff that is always thrown into the
It appears that
October 7.—The Union
legislative hopper.
New York's legislature sits often for
six months at a time. The secretary
of the committee on Political Reform,
has addressed a letter to Secretary of
State Power requesting fuller infor
mation regarding the length of ses
sions of the legislature and the meth
ods of procedure, and also the public
sentiment of the state on biennial ses
sions and the results of our experience
Mississippi seems to have
on same.
been singled out especially for the
benefit of her experience in holding
only one regular session of the legis
lature every four years, with an in*
tervening special session for passing
revenue and appropriation matters
and such urgent and important mat
ters as the governor may recommend.
The committee especially desires to
know whether there is any advantage
attached to limiting the sessions of
the legislature. The committee was
advised that the experience of this
state on the special session has not
made the scheme popular, on account
of the fact that the authority given
the governor to recommend legisla
tion, as a rule turns the specilal ses
sion almost into a regular one, and
at least does not make the session any
shorter. There is a sentiment in the
state for changing the plan to the
extent of taking out of the governor's
hand the right to extend the session
indefinitely and provide that a ma
jority vote of the two bodies shall be
required to extend the session and
discuss or pass upon any given topic
subject of legislation.
or
Hard to Answer.
The golfer had a very good opinion
of himself, says a writer in the St
Louis Post-Dispatch, and after making
a fairly good drive he turned to his
caddie. -
"I suppose," he said, "you have been
round the links with worse players
than me, eh?"
The caddie took no notice, nnd the
golfer began again.
"I say," be said loudly, "I suppose
you've been round the links with worse
players than me, eh?"
"I beard you the first time," replied
the caddie calmly. "I'm just thinking
about it."
Ths Harvest.
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The Man—May, dear, I hope you may
never havo to reap as you sew.—Har
per's Weekly.
She Was Ready.
A young lady from a rural district
who was something of a belle In back,
woods society and used to having co<^
slderable homage paid to her, espg^ii.
ly by neighbors of the oppos
U) s'x,
boarded a railway train tjpTtbe first
time not long ago. Afte
cured a seat, removejJL^G
justed her bagga
the wrinkles in
1 she had se
er wraps, »d
jjf 'and smoothed out
her dress she called
a passing brakenvan
the attention
and demure
"You mi
W said:
y tell the conductor f^m
ready, Pk?ase."—Llpplncett's.
!
Aqoouqt'rc Jr re It.
"No," ; ?/ —
body on V
He's a i .-jj'
"t adn -
I attribv .
him
lie stam
man,/ "no
for Jijfeglns.
Kit every* day."
Marklew, "but
yf that If loaned
ago.
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NEW RAILROAD
IS NOW ASSURED
NAME OF THE PROJECT HAS
BEEN CHANGED.
It Will Be Known as the ABerdeen and
Tombigbee Valley Railroad Com
pany-Line Will Traverse Finest
Agricultural Section of 8tate.
Daily News Special.
Jackson, October 7.—The revival of
interest in Hie Columbus, Memphis &
Pensacola Railroad company, which
was incorporated about two years ago,
has borne fruit of a substantial na
ture, if statements from parties inter
ested can be accepted. The road as
originally incorporated provided for a
line between Memphis and Pensacola,
running through Columbus, Mississip
pi. The people of Columbus took con
siderable interest in the project and
a delegation of the incorporators wen*
to St. Louis to discuss the proposed
road wtih the ofTicals of the Frisco
system, in the hope of getting that
company interested, and it was de
signed to extend the K. C. M. B. or
rather a branch of it through Colum
bus and on down through the Tom
bigbee Valley. Although the scheme
met with some encouragement from
the Frisco people at that time, the
matter was later on dropped.
Recently, however, there has been a
revival of interest In the line and at
a recent meeting of the stockholders
it was decided for certain reasons
which have not been given to the
public, to change the name of the road
and the route also,
changes, it is believed, are due to the
fact that some other syndicate has
taken up the project. The route is to
be changed, according to amendment
adopted it shall extend through the
counties of Chickasaw, Monroe and
Lowdnes in a southerly direction so
as to cross the state line between
Mississippi and Alabama at a point
near the southeast corner of Lowdnes
county and thence into Alabama. This
route carries the road through' a
longer stretch of Mississippi territory
than the original route which went al
most due east from Columbus into
Alabama. The name of the company
was also changed from Columbus.
Memphis and Pensacola railroad to
the Aberdeen and Tombigbee Valley
Railroad company.
The proposed
Spain's Popular Beverage.
"Horcbata de chufa" Is the singular
name of the most popular drink In
Madrid. This is made from a nut
called "chufa," yielding a milky liquid
when reduced to a pulp. Tills Is di
luted with water and forms a most
cooling and refreshing drink. How
ever, It is an acquired taste. Very few
like It at the first trial. The horehata
may be made from different kinds of
nuts. The almond is used also. Strange
to relate, the horcbata de chufa is al
ways sold where matting is kept for
sale, so that when you spy a roll of
the latter outside the store door it is
a sufficient Indication that in that par
ticular place you may procure a glass
of the horehata. In spite of Inquiries,
I was unable to discover the origin of
the singular combination of articles on
sale.—London Truth.
Druggists' Lights.
An apothecary found himself minus
Ills red light one night at a time when
it was customary for tradesmen of his
class to ornament their store fronts
with a simple red lamp. To supply his
need he took a glass bottle filled with
a red fluid and placed a candle behind
it Tbe effect so pleased him that be
added another. Rival druggists Illu
minated their windows, Increasing the
number of lights and also changing jhe
colors. Thus the entire town followed
the lead. So It became tbe fashion.
Avoiding Temptation.'
CecU was much Impressed b
Sunday school teac
the
:'s
or mis
sions and decfiJUflk^Have his pennies
for the hea^J^ a He made a great
effort and^^ggjj once ^ twice. Then
be
y^fyed. "O I#»rd," he begged,
PySse help me save my money and—
tyfa't let Jim, the peanut man, come
fyovn this street."—Cleveland Leader.
Ha Didn't Throw It.
"Miss Pechls," said Mr. Timmid at
the other end of the sofa, "it I were
to throw you a kiss I wonder what
you'd say. 1 '
"Well," refilled Miss Pechls, "I'd say
you were the laziest man I ever saw."
—Philadelphia Press.
A Dimtinetion.
"TeU me," said Miss Wltherupp, "Mr.
Newman remarked to you that I didn't
show my age, didn't he?"
"Not exactly. He said you we
careful to conceal It," replied Ml
Frank.—Exchange.
It is estimated that there are 70,00.
000 Europeans who wear wood,
shoes.
Basswood Is ordinarily e: a
ployed for sabots, but willow Is tV
best -material.
■ *"■
1 new five-room House, near* Ha
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HOW ABOUT THIS?
Nine beautiful Iota fronting east within 200 feet of Hardy atreet, juat
south of. Mr. Davis'.. Must sell all together, or If you can dispose of the
first five lots at the owner's price, I will give you the last four at $100.00
each or less.
Will give you your choice of a dozen or more negro houses In dif
ferent! parts of the city, where the rent will pay you from 10 per cent, to
25 per cent, on the Investment, with cash payments ranging from $100.00
up.
We have a nice list of good houses In desirable white neighborhoods
in all parts of the city. Cost you nothing to see them. We have nice va
cant lots on Main, Pine, Corene, Adalene streets, Fourth Ave., Mable, 5th,/'
6th, 7th, 8th and 9th Sts. In fact I am prepared to make It decidedly. \i
your Interest. If you want to buy any thing In Hattiesburg, come to seej me.
I have for sale a fresh stock of goods, desirably located. Proprietor
Is making good money, but In order to go back In his old line he desires
to sell out.
I also have for sale a nice Livery 8table, well stocked, splendid money
maker, close figures, easy terms.
I
Yours Truly,
THOS. M. FERGUSON.
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WE SOLICIT ~^
ACCOUNTS
rARG£ & SMALLX
•A 1
LOAN OFFICE
Money Loaned on Any
thing of Value
Up-Stairs, Opp. Hotel Hattiesburg
COOK & COMPANY
Professional Caras .
W. H. DOTY,
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone, Cumb. 912.
Office Phone, Home *18.
Residence Fbone, Cumb. 95.
Residence Phone, Home 625.
G. G. HARPER,
Contractor and Builder,
The lowest prices consistent with good
work. Estimates promptly furnished.
Not the Cheapest but the Best.
Office 109 Mobile St., Johnson Building
Hattiesburg, Misc,
DR. W. M. HAAG, M. D. V.
Veterinary Surgeon.
Offiae Polk's Livery Stable.
Phone 808. \,
Home Phone 352. j
Residence Cumb. 893.
Hattiesburg, Mls&ij|gfpp|.
^
COUNM COTTON
jIhalf picked
Superintendent Watkins of the
county farm was in the city yester
day for the purpose of getting Jim
Logan, who is under a sixty day sen
tence at' that place of resort for the
evil doer.
Incidentally he mentioned to a Dally
News reporter that he had the pris
oners at the farm pretty busy In the
cotton-fleflld and would have them
that way for some time to come. He
says that he has already picked
thirty-four bales of the fleecy staple
and that there are In the neighbor
hood of forty more In the fields of the
county farm to be picked.
None of the cotton from the farm
has as yet been sold but when It is
| a nice bunth of money
ie county, according to
it Watkins. 1
the
.
iMSEY & CO.
DERTAKERS,
poth 'Phones
227—Night, 470
Vest Pins Street.
a
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a position rreo ir you
ir wants in the Dally
. r T1 |nT ,
UNION ELECTRIC CO.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS
Both Phones 16S
West Front Street
A full and up-to-dkte line of electrical supplies always in stock.
Estimates furnished, and all work done by skilled electricians.
*
CALL AND SEE US'
Something Interesting
One nice 5-room Residence and Lot 52Jxl37J, close in on Miller Street, for
$1550.00, $160 cash, balance monthly.
One 6-room Residence, close in, for $1100,00 if sold at once. Don,t fail to
see thiB Bargain.
One nice Four-room Residence and Lot, on Ruby Street, for $900. Terms,
cash $150, balance $20 a month.
Four nice vacant Lots, close in town. Prices $200 to $260. Terms.
Two Five-room T'pto" Street. * Price $1,150 each.- ferms~$5<aQ
and $2§01asL, and balance $26 a month ea *h^^_/'—
Y-WtHots on Hardy Street, close in; 60x150 feet. Price $660 each. One
half cash, balance to suit purchaser.
Nice Residence Lots in any part of the city, Prices from $160 up to $3'000.
One nice Six-room residence and Lot, 210x262J feet, with barn and fruit
trees, on Columbia Street, for $1,900.
Also we have some very nice truck farms for sale, from 4 to 40 acres.
Range from one to three miles.
\
Prices; $500.00 to $3,000.00:
See T. J. BARRETT
Cumberland Phone ^Zj)
\^Room Z, Bleunt Building
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THE NEW STYLES
OF FORBES PIANOS
are distinguished by designs of such rare beau
ty, a one quality of such power and sweetness,
and interior and exterior finish and workmanship
so far beyond criticism that they appeal irrestibly to
real musicians who know how to appreciate them,
yet the Forbes Pianos, being created to sppply the
demand for high grade pianos at reasonable prices
cost very little more than ordinary makes can be
bought at such reasonable terms that one can real
ly desiring a good piano, need be without one. ::
£. E. FORBES PIANO CO.
C. J. ROBERTS, Mgr.,
East, Capital Street.,
JACKSON,
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