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The first real frost of the season
greeted the eyes of early risers Sun
day morning. A still heavier frost
was visible Monday.
The Daily News has been generous
ly complimented on the position
which it has taken in opposition to
the thoughtless resolution of
The Lewis Lumber and Manufactur
ing Company, of this city, has been
awarded the contract for
cross arms for the Home Telephone
Company of Detroit. Mich.
"Fatty, Baldy and The Man From
the East'' went to the circus yesterday
and were lost in the crowd. At least
the "Said on the Streets" man of the
Daily News has been unable to find
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laird, Jr., have
the sympathy of numerous friends and |
acquaintances in the death of their
The funeral services were held yes
rhich occurred Sunday.
The city council last night did ex
actly what the Daily News predicted
when It put to sleep that resolution
of the school board asking for a separ
ate school for "Dagoes, Italians, Sy
rians and Russian Jews." The mat
ter did not even come to a vote.
At the Majestic Skating Rink Wed
nesday night Professor Stevens will
give his "slide for life" rendered with
all the accessories that music and a
good lloor can give. It will be a pleas
ure to the management to have a
large attendance on Wednesday night.
Sun Brothers circus gave two per
formances in Hattiesburg yesterday
and a large number of people were
present at each engagement,
show was a small affair and a great
many of those who paid their money
for admission regretted that they had
Dr. F. W. Queen left last night for
Jackson to attend the State oonven
tion of the Mississippi Optical Society.
Dr. Queen is chairma
of Directors of th
.At the most pr£g|
the _8tate, ran
'uJPTtnT: 01 1
ly fo^v.)ffifiustrlal Magazine and Year
'NWWy which Is to be issued January
1 by Henry T. Price, should be a,
creditable one and of lasting benefit
to Hattiesburg, if it is what Mr, Price
claims for it. The book is Lt> be 100
pages of steel engraving with a litho
graph cover arid as Mr. Price will
interest the Commercial
Club in book, it will no doubt be
used uy them as a year book.
The news that the telegraphers'
strike had been broken was hailed
with delight in Hattiesburg business
circles, as it was hoped that the local
office of the Western Union would at
once be placed in position to handle
business. There was general disap
pointment when It was learned that
the operators had decided to continue
the struggle, 'though Hattieshurgans
as a rule sympathize with 'he opera
tors and trust that they may be vic
torious in the end. The Daily News
is still getting Its Associated Press
dispatches over the telephone from
New Orleans and the service Is any
thing but satisfactory.
WANTSJD for U. S. Army, able
bodied, unmarried men, between the
ages of 21 and 35, citizens of the
United States, of good character and
temperate habits, who can speak, read
and writes English. For information.
Apply to Recruiting Officer, No. 120,
East Pine Street, Hattiesburg, Miss.
A bargain for a quick buyer, one 5
room house with lot close in; terms.
Address box 61 city.
Until the new Hays and Field store is opened
School Books tablets, pencils, schoolbags and
all school supplies can be bought at the :: :: ::
Yellow Pine Pharmacy
Opposite Hotel Hattiesburg.
HAYS & FIEl/d']
SUPREME COURT !
DOCKET IS LARGE
Dally News Special.
Jackson, Miss., October 14.—The
supreme court met today and the
docket for the First District, which
contains eighty-five cases, some of
them involving legal questions of vital
importance. The civil docket was
called. This also contains many cases
of importance, some of them carrying
Following is the
docket as prepared by the clerk:
J. P. Hill vs. B. M. Terry, et al.
J. O. Ramey vs. Will Woodward.
G. & S. I. Railroad Co., vs. Wirt
Adams, revenue agent.
G. T. & L. Brooks vs. Y, & M. V.
Y. & M. V. Railroad Co. vs. Wirt
Adams, revenue agent.
Y. & M. V. Railroad Co. vs. Wirt
Adams, revenue agent.
G. & S. I. Railroad Co. vs. Laurel
Merchants & Planters Packet Co.
vs. F. Streuby.
George W. Staples vs. Vicksburg
Water Works Co.
R. E. Applewhite vs. Elrich Bros. &
Town of Flora vs. American Express
I. C. Railroad Co. vs. Anna Swanson.
M., J. & K. C. Railroad Co. vs. Mary
A. Hicks, administratrix, et al.
Burns r McGee vs. Edwards House
Lucy Morgan et al., vs. Independent
Order Sons and Daughters of Jacob.
Bertha Livingston vs. A. & V. Rail
F. B. Enochs vs. Mississippi Bank &
Trust Co., et al.
E. E. Baldwyn vs. Solomon Dreyfus
S. A., Boon vs. J. C. Baird.
Edwfards House Co. vs. City of Jack
Dawson Winter vs. Dickson & Boult,
E. C. Gibbs vs. Lulletta A. Watson.
A. J. Sneed vs. J. W. Gilman.
D. D. Scott et al. vs. W. A. Falk
Postal Telegraph Co. vs. W. P. Shan
Board of Levee Commlssieonsr vs.
Refuge Cotton Oil Co.
Postal Telegraph Co. vs. Alfred
Herman Shedd vs. Jackson Electric
Effi ] _
Id« Bentley vs. W. G. Welburn. 1
American Steel Hoop Co. vs. T. M.
Searles et al.
J. D. Loughlin, executors, vs. Magde
Magdellne O'Reily vs. Missouri Mc
Kate B. Jamison, G. P., vs. E. A.
Delto and Pine Land Lumber Co. vs.
Wirt Adams, revenue agent.
Brooks Oil Co. vs. G. W. Weather
Colored Knights of Pythias vs.
J. H. Magruder vs. Cumberland Tel
ephone and Telegraph Co.
Charles Brannon et al. vs. Ed Bran
non et al.
J. I. Case Threshing Machine Co.
vs. Cliff Williams Machine Co.
J. W. Griffin vs. Refuge Cotton Oil
T. E. Everett, trustee, vs. Bank of
Mrs. M. A. Shuler vs. Ellen Murphy
Mrs. M. E. Gillespie s. J. H. Magru
Fidelity Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
vs. Mrs. E. S. Mlazza.
J. W. Stfahan et al. vs. Attala
Magdellne O'Reily vs. J. D. Lough
lin et al., Administratrix.
H. M. Love vs. Yazoo County.
Y. & M. V. Railroad Co. vs. Emanu
A. B. Green vs. Rf V. Booth.
May Ankeny George, Administratrix,
vs. Ella B. P. Crump, guardian.
J. \V. Green, et al., vs. D. W. Wil
kinson & Bro. ;
Bank of Indianola vs. S. L. Dodd.
H. H. Rodgers et al. vs. George E.
! OPERA TORS REFUSE
T0 RECOGNIZE SMALL:
STRIKE IS STILL ON
New York, October 14.—At a meet
ing of the locals of the Telegraphers'
Union here this afternoon a resolu
tion was unanimously adopted asking
for the resignation of President 8. J.
Small, and a committee was appointed
to wait on him in person and present
Officials of the Telegraphers' Union
say that Small is guilty of only a
technical error; that he should have
WAS MOST IMPRESSIVE
The great revival which was held
for two weeks in a tent by the Colum
bia Street Baptist Church, was brought
to a close Sunday night. As a result
of the good work accomplished by the
meeting a\jout forty-eight converts
were baptised in Bouie River Sunday
Not in the history of Hattiesburg
has a revival created more Interest
than the one conducted by the Rev.
E. D. Solomon and J.
These reverend gentlemen have left a
lasting impression in the city, and
judging from the number of converts
who were baptised Sunday afternoon
the imprint of this meeting will be
long remembered in Hattiesburg.
Hundreds of people drove out to
Bouie River Sunday afternoon to wit
ness the baptismal ceremonies which
were conducted by the Rev. E. D. Sol
HAD ROPE AROUND
THIS NEGRO'S NECK
Voile, La„ October 14.—A
was narrowly averted here
when a mob of . angry lltizenU
suaded from taking the 11M
gro who attempted to a^H
14 voung lady
k •lieu she wflWWBilfflpi
^iorter, who tried
Wilson et al.
H. M. Brown, receiver, vs. A. H.
Klingman, et al.
Y. & M. V. Railroad Co. vs. L. Levy.
Josephus Wynn vs. Anna Stevenson.
A. & V. Railroad Co. vs. George H.
Mrs. V. Combs vs. M. & O. Railroad
Southern Railway Co. vs. R. L. Mflr
F. C. Harrison vs. Southern Railway
Mrs. Julia Kornegay vs. Georgia
State Building and Loan Co.
Simmons & Wright vs. Alabama
Great Southern Railroad Co.
Clara V. Cregan vs. Samuel Hyman
S. M. Spencer vs. Washington Coun
Cudahy Jacking Co., vb. Sarah Hl
Vicksburg Builders Supply Co. vs.
Regal Mantel Co.
Anna Anderson vs. Y. & M. V. Rail
A. G. Wright vs. Vicksburg Railway
and Light Cp.
Vicksburg Railway and Light Co. vs.
Mrs. M. E. Bullis.
Melton Hardware Co., et al., vs. Mrs.
B. G. Heidelberg.
Bank of Duncan vsAE. R. Brittain,
Y. & M. V. Railroad Co. vs. Mrs
Bubber Whitlock vs. Y. & M. V. Rail
W. Q. Cole vs. American Surety Co.
Y. & M. V. Railroad Co. vs. Mrs, ^f.
E. D. Christian vs. Millie Green.
Joe Davenport vs. Y. & M. V. Rail
Ade Rice, administratrix, vs. S. D.
Citizens Bank vs. W. P. Kretschmar,
Colored Knights of Pythias vs. Jane
Romoneda Bros. vs. T. F. Lewis.
State of Mississippi vs. Jackson Cot
ton Oil Co.
From my camp at Wiggins last
week, one pair mules. One a large
mare mule, mouse colored, the other
a light red with right eye cut. If
found notify me at Wiggins and re
consulted, fhe executive committee be
fore undertaldngUo call off the strike.
Arrangements are being made to
continue the fight against the Postal
and the Western Union for an indeflht
itet period in th iscity and there was
more enthusiasm manifested among
union men here today than at any
time since the strike "was called.
At union headquarters it was de
nied that operators had returned to
work anywhere. Telegrams were ex
hibited from hundreds of cities where
the fight will be kept up.
omon, assisted by Rev. J. N. McMil
The ceremonies were most im
pressive, the Rev. Solomon command
ing close attention during the cere
While the meeting just closed has
been, one grand success it does not
mark the close of the revival season
In Hattiesburg, as the Rev. O'Brlant
opened a series of meetings in a tent
near the South Mississippi College
last night. He will be assisted by the
Rev. Solomon and it 1 b expected that
the meeting will meet with the same
success as the one just closed, as
there were several conversions last
night and several stood for prayers.
The Rev. O'Brlant has gained for
himself a reputation as a revivalist,
and with the assistance of Rev. Sol
omon, It is expected that the meeting
will be a grand success.
the sleeping car. A
heard her nurffief^fl
$>.v a croj^H||fg|i|l
^.ie was about
• nity when Dpa^,
the girl, appeared;
fe.taded thA afob
■ ' to 'Jle shiwriff
Pake Its coirne.'N?
The Daily News bas received the
fo(lowing appreciated letter regard
ing the manner In wheih It handled
the sermons at the Baptist revival
just concluded at the Columbia Street
Baptist Church. It Is needless to say
that these kind words are appreciated
although the paper only did what
considered its doty in the premises.
The letter is as follows:
Editor Dally News.
Dear Sir—We desire to thank you
most heartily for your kindness in
giving so much space and attention
to ; our meetings which have .just
You assisted us very nfate
rially in making the meetings known
and in keeping your readers in touch
with the work. This we most cor
In behalf of Columbia Street Bap
tist Church by
DEACONS AND PASTOR.
J. N. M'MILLIN, Pastor.
AFTER LUMBER TRU8T.
ttorney General ' Has
Dally News Special.
Jackson, Mis4, October 14.—It is an
nounced that Attorney General Fletch
er is also after the lumber trust and
that his office is at-work preparing the
quo wgrranta proceedings for the
courts. The attorney general of Mis
sissippi is a very busy
Last night tlie patrons of the Star
Theatorium werei agreeably surprised
In the versatile 'trio, DeVeaux, Wli
king and DeVeaux. Their one act
farce beings «*Yot the best things
seen at any of tMle theaters this sea
son and they promUse better things
the days go by.
stage and special jsoenery not being
ready they put
House" instead o
fall to see them^tonjght In the best
thing of the sejtjgn,' "Oh, Man." Mov
account of the
"Oh, Man." Don't
Standard, Yale and Longt '.
Suits and Overcoats for Young 'Ii
£ 13 $
■ > <: i
Ederheimer, Stein & Co.,
KEEP UP APPEARANCES
HIS store is ruo on the^jkfeiry that
the majority of > vo
Between such clothing and that yre sell
there is all the difference of ordinary and
superior tailoring; and this is the same in
clodring as the difference between hot air
and live steam in a locomotive.
Each garment we sell is separately
made with special care,
each part is an operation by itself This
is the foundation of good clothes. Styte
depends upon it; so does shape and wear
ing quality. So does appearance.
appearance as any
5P4ge clothing, the kind we don't
Bade in a rush and in large quariri
III mi 111 ii | ii turn out castings in an iron A
fwildry or cut boards from a log in a saw
rtiill. One garment is like another; no in
dividuality; nothing distinctive, inside or out.
Select a Standard, Yale or Longworth suit and overcoat when you
Ytext purchase. You'll get style—just as much of it as you please. You
can buy a better garment for $20 than for $10, of coursef But whatever
you pay, we guarantee full value in tailoring and wear.
500 to 508
111 to 115
TO FIND A BEAR;
HAS QUIET SUNDAY
Stamboul, La., October 14.—A cour
rier came in from the President's
camp this morning bringing the in
formation that no bear had as yet
been killed, though several members
of the party have seen bears and bear
tracks _ in the vicinity of the Jake.
Yesterday two timber wolves passed
right through the camp and the Pres
AT A. &M. COLLEGE
Daily News Special.
Jackson, Miss., October 14.—Presi
dent J. C. Hardy, of the Mississippi
Agricultural and Mechanical CoHege,
spent the day at the capital en route
home from Newton, where he deliv
ered an address at an educational
rally Saturday night.
President Hardy reports that the
college enrollment has reached the
960 mark, and will go to 1,000 before
of the year.
Ident was tempted tp take a shot at
them, but it being Sunday he would
not do so.
quietly, the President taking a long
walk and a boatrlde during the af
The party left camp early this morn
ing and nothing more will be beard
from them until tomorrow.
There wa* a thin coat of ice
gear Lake this morning.
The day was spent very
.nlal report to the legislature and I
am not In a position to state what
will be asked of that body, additional
to the regular maintenance fund," said
President Hardy. "We have several
special nedds, however, of pressing
character, chief of which is a new
chapel. In two of his biennial re
ports General Stephen D. Lee suggest
ed the imperative need of a new
chapel, -and a similar recommendation
was made by President J. M. Stone.
ents enrolled, it et _
now when the enrollment is n9
the 1,000 mark." S
President Hardy states that!
work is progressing nicely in al
partments of the college. The I
ents are manifesting the usual inti
in athletics, and, while the foJ
team is not so strong as that ofl
year, he believes that it will be]
flclently strong to defeat the Uni
slty of Mississippi team at the Thai
giving game in Jackson. ]
A Certain Cure for Croup—vaai
Ten Year* Without a Fallurt
Mr. W. C. Bott, a Star City.j
hardware merchant, is eathuslad
his praise of Chamberlain's <j
Remed. HiS children have all
subject to croup and he has used
remedy for the past ten years,
though they mnch feared the ci
his wife and he always felt safe u
retiring when a bottle df Cham'
laln's Cough Remedy was in the hoj
His oldest child was subject to aJl
attacks of croup, but this rem
never failed to effect a speedy
He has recommended It to frien
neighbors and all who have vi
say that it is uhequnlled for
and whooping '****T h ii JEpr m
Hays 4b Field
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