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♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ADVERTISERS • Get result* through the columns ♦' - ♦ of the DeUr News. Try It eeeeeee^eeeeeee* Hattiesburg Daily ♦ w-yv-* ' pw .>*v: ♦ ♦ _* - - A CHARMING COMBINATION Ot fruit Juices end sugar is respon sible for the delicious flavors peculiar to our soda. If so far you have not been tempted to acquire the soda habit, you have not tasted the pro duct of our fountain. Come and have a glass and enjoy the most satisfying beverage that ever passed your lips. PA • 11 Jj m ft < J Bufkin & Company. Twenty-Eight Accessions and Others Are Converted Nttwithstanding It was Monday night, a large congregation attended the revival services at the Court Street Methodist Church last night and heard a splendid sermon, thought by many to have been the best of the series, so far. Dr. Dorsey took for his text a sub ject that Is of vital interest to all. It was a subject that struck close to the hear, being "The Evidences of Christianity." A subject of greater Interest could Everyone wanted to know what these evidences were and they were fully explained from the word of God by the able and comprehensive student of. the Bible. The Sabbath services were all well attended and resulted in great good. not have been selected. WANTS Do you want to buy. util or exchange anything? It doesn't matter what (or. By fuming to the Daily News want columns any day, you will be sure to find a buyer, seller, or some one with whom you can make a trade. Advertisements placed under thir heading lor ONE CENT A WORD. Count the words and send the cash. The Dally News will print all •> of "Situations ❖ ♦ ♦ advertisements ♦ Wanted" ♦ FREE OF COST Any Day Except Sunday. ♦ If you want a position, ask for ■> ♦ it in this column. ♦ will read your want and if you 4 ♦ be worthy you will find employ- •> ♦ ment. ♦ ■fr ♦ Everybody •> ♦ Help Wanted FOR RENT—A few good 5 room houses from $5.00 to $10.00 per month. 'Phone 666, M. J. Epley. WANTED—Good, honest, reliable boy wants work at some business in the «lty; age 15 years. Address Box 4, city.. PRINTER WANTED—Another good, sober reEable all round- printer wanted at once in the Democrat Stag. office. A single man preferred or middle age. To one that will fill the bill will secure a permanent situation. Scranton, Miss. Address P. K. Mayers, ' m2 WANTED—For a few PRINTER weeks and likely permanent Tele phone or write at once to The Head Block, Lumberton, Miss. gift WANTED—By Al male stenographer; • years experience; will work for $12 a week. Address D care Dally News. of WANTED—Work by youth, age 16 years, active, reliable and honest. Address 707 Morton st reet. Hatties burg, Miss. M3 Found. terrier FOUND—One fox puppy. Owner can have same by Identify ing and paying for this ad. a30 A BATH rub down with a Will do you more good if supplemented by a . genuine imported Turkish Bath Towel We have the finest line ever brought to Hattiesburg, as well a complete line of all TOILET NEEDS. HAYS & FIELD. as ■ ' The total'accessions to the church, so far, have been twenty-eight, number have professed Christ who have not yet united with the church. There will be the usual services today at 10 a. m. and at 7:46 p. m., and a special class of children will be baptised at 3:30. Besides the regulr services for Wednesday, a meeting will be Aeld at 3:30 p. m. for ladles and all of the ladies of the city, irrespective of de nomination, have a cordial Invitation to attend. A . MERRY WIDOW BELTS AND LADIES SILK GLOVES. M'LEOD'S. What some people say ts of less Im portance than what they leave un said. Lost. LOST—Fox terrier puppy, two months old, ' last seen near Palace restau Flnder return to Parkers' market and receive reward. rant. m2 For Sale FOR SALE—20,000 yards finest screened gravel. G. C. Robsrtson, second floor, Carter buildl-tg. a24tf FOR SALE—New store house with three thousand dollar stock. Gen eral mercandlse. Lot and dwelling and four tenant houses and lots, to gether or separately, selling wish liquidate and igo out of business. T. H. Alston, Sartago, Miss. Reason for Will sell at a bargain. A-28-St FOR SALE—One of the best homes on North Main street, at a bargain, good terms. M. J. Epley, 'phone 666 . F20 FOR SALE—Good grate and stove coal In any quantity. Telephone, A. L. Hodges, Home 'phone 804. PICKETS, Pickets, Pickets, one cent each. Mfg. Co. Both 'phones 138, Corley al5-tf Rooms and Board FOR RENT—One nice four-room cot tage, furnished throughout, for $15 per month; going away for summer. Ring Home phone No. 606. WANTED—Room and board with bath by young couple without chil dren. Must be close in and reason able In price. Address, "Boarders," P. 0. Box 392. &2Mf M. J. Epley has more real estate fo sale and sells it for less. Why? Cause he does business In his own name. The "Fats" and the "Leans • to* Played Fine Game Monday 99 The most remarkable game of base ball that has been witnessed In this section was pulled off yesterday af ternoon between the amateur teams composed of the "Fats" and "Leans," business and professional men, of the city. The prominent features of the game were the nun\}>er of runs, hits and errors, the number of fine plays that were not made and the costumes worn by the participants. The Leans went to bat first, and Mr. J. A. Fa bacher was the first to face the doughty and Invincible (?) Ben Holmes, who undertook to make a noise like a baseball pitcher, ar|d came to grief at once. J. Kearney fo!-. lowed and after hitting two flies, sent a single down to third base, and the fielder being unable to avoid the ball, stopped It and got It over to first In time to head off the runner. Mr. Cun ningham followed with a safe hit to left field, but was caught tn an at tempt to steal second. One hit, no runs. Matheny was first up for the Fats and sent a two bagger down Into cen terfleld and went to third on Holmes' sacrifice. Toomer followed with a grounder to second, scoring Mathenv and landing on first himself. Rich followed with a grounder to third, which Baxter managed to avoid, and went to second, Toomer scoring on a wild throw from left field. Bon slaigle came to grief, leaving Rich on third. Two hits, two runs. Greer sent a high fly to short stop, which was muffed, Chandler hit safe to first and Baxter sent a high fly to right field, which was muffed, scor ing Greer and Chandler. Cameron filed out to second and Hyde, who went to first on an error, was caught In an attempt to steal second, retir ing the side. One hit, two runs. Trait put one over the left field fence, but being so fat was unable to get further than second on It. Has sell went to first on short stop's error and Trait scored. Kennedy was given his base on balls, and Potter put a line drive to center field, and went around to third base on It like he was driving to a fire. Two men scored. Matheny went to first on a hot grounder which the shortstop just did manage to dodge, and Holmes went to first on the pitcher's muff of a pop fly. Toomer hit to shortstop, who threw to second, putting Holmes out, but allowing Potter to score. Ma theny worked around to third and managed to score a tally before Rich sawed out. Two hits, five runs. In the first half of the third Fa bacher hit to left field and went to first before Bonslagle recovered from his surprise al having stopped the ball. Kearney filed out to catcher, which was the first pretty eaten In the igame. Cunningham sent a high fly over left field for a home run, scor ing Fabacher. Greer was given a pass to first, and went to second on a passed ball and to third on catcher's error. Chandler sent a fly to center fielder, who could not get near it, and went to third, scoring Greer. Bax ter went to firBt on short stop's error but lost in his try for a steal to his happy home. Chandler scored. Cam eron hit safe to first but died Hyde's bag. on Two hits, four runs. Bonslagle saws. Trait gets a base on balls. Hassell hits to center for one bag. Instead of Kennedy's hit ting the ball, the ball hit him, so he sauntered down to first. Potter files out to left field. Matheny beats out a bunt, and Trait scored on It. Has sell scored on Holmes' liner to short stop. Kennedy went to sleep on sec ond base, and when Holmes sent a liner to short, forcing Matheny, Ken nedy found himself without a place to stand. Two runs, three hits. Hassell was put In the box for the fats In the first half of the fourth inning and they went down before him like chaff. Kearney got as far as third. No hits, no runs. Toomer came first to bat for the fats, and tried to knock the ball over the water tower. He failed. How ever he got it past the pitcher and went to first base. Rich put a ground er past the pitcher, short stop, sec ond base and center fielder, and in the scramble to see which one could come the closest to It without actu ally getting it, went to third base. Toomer scoring. Trait and Hassell also scored In this half. 1 In the fifth Inning the leans put another goose egg In their column, no hits no runs. The fats Improved on their method some, scoring three. The sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth Innings were all .very mjch on a par with the first five and were a source of much merriment for both players and spectators. • Total runs were 32 to 24 In favor of the leans. It Is dliricu't to say whether the "clowns" or the "Mother Hubbards" carried off the honors of the occasion. Ben Holmes was a dandy. He wore a merry widow hat, with the rim partly cut off, he had a big red sash around the waist, such as they used to wear at the country fairs. HIs handsome calves showed off to great advantage by the two pair of stock ings that he had purchased at one of the bargain sales. Red and stripes was the color scheme that caught Ben's fancy. Of the leans, Mr. Greer was the odd woman of the crowd and he looked the character to perfection, but made a mistake when the ball went over the fence by straddling the fence instead of climbing between the bars. Some of the costumes worn were decidedly gaudy and It was notice able that some of the leans, who were not too lean, wore "bubbards" that looked somewhat like bloomers. Everything passed off nicely, large ly on account of flie umpire. Henry Holmes, who was always fair In his rulings. The proceeds of the game, whlca go to the storm sufferers, was $50. Insure iq the Continental Casualty Company, for protection against dis ease, accidents of any kind, also against death and Injury from cy clones and storms. Call to see me. . D. M. GATLIN, State Manager. NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. State of Mississippi. To S. Edelman, H. E. Mayer and Rosa Edelman whose residence and postoftlce address Is No. 43 East Twentieth street, New York, New York. You are commanded to appear be fore thexhancery court of the county of Forrest, In said state, on the first Monday of June, A. D. 1908, to defend the suit In said court ot W. R. Thames, wherein you are defendant. This 23rd day of ^kprll, A - u. 1908. T. E. BATSON. Clerk. A24-Frl-3w - REGISTRATION NOTICE. I will be at the following places on the dates given below for the pur pose ot registering the voters ot For rest county. Rawls Springs, Monday, June 1st. Eatonvllle, Tuesday, June 2nd. Lee's Store, Wednesday, June 3rd. Petal, Thursday, June 4th. Eastabuchle, Friday, June 6th. Morrlston, Saturday, June 6th. Harvey, Monday, June 8th. Sunrise School House, Tuesday, June 9th. McCallum, Wednesday, June 10th. McLaurln, Thursday, June 11th. Epps, Friday, June 12th. Rosine, Saturday, June 13th. Brooklyn, Monday, June 16th. Maxle, Tuesday, June 16th. T. J. MIXON, County Reglstar, Forrest County. AlO-fri-lOw NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE. I, W. F. Cook, trustee, under the provisions of and by virtue of the au thority conferred upon me in a deed of trust executed by A. WUby to The Fairbanks Company on the 29th day of January, 1907, to secure a certain Indebtedness of said A. Wilby to said The Fairbanks Company, mentioned In said deed of trust, which deed of trust is recorded in Book One of the Record of Deeds of Trust on pages 158 and 159 In the office of the Chan cery clerk of Forrest County, Missis sippi, (formerly second district of Perry County), will, on the 1st day of June, A. D. 1908, offer for sale, and will sell at public auction for cash to the hlghset and best bidder, at the front door of the court house of said Forrest county, situated In said city of Hattiesburg, during legal hours, the following described property situated In said Forrest count, to-wit: One acre of land situated Ip the 8. W. 14 of section 9, Township 4, north range 13 west, and more particularly described by commencing 660 feet east of the N. W.-corner of the 8. E. 14 of the 8. W. % of said section 9, then run south 528 feet for point of in par !»3HWWJ feet feet, thence at right angle* north 132 feeb thence at right angle* east 330 feet, to point of beginning. together With the improvement* thereon and appur tenances thereto belonging. Witness my signature this the 30th day ot April, Jl ft. 1*08. W. F. COOK, Trustee. MMrWw - OVER ONE HUNDRED PERISH IN RIVER RU8SIAN PEASANTS DROWNED RETURNING FROM CHURCH. Occupants of Boat Became Panic Stricken When They Found It Was Over-Loaded, and Rushed to One Side, Causing Boat to Capsize. Associated Press. St. Petersburg, May 4.-^A ferry boat on the River Dneiper capsized yesterday near Bykhoff, In Mohllff persons province and 13 drowned. The boat bras filled with peasants and their wives and children, return ing from church. It was over-crowded, and became unmanageable In -mid stream. The passengers got into a state of panic, and overturned the boat by crowding to one side. . The water was freezing cold, and a majority of the peasants sank Imme diately. Efforts at rescue were made by occupants of other boats on the stream, but without success. were After making a lot ot good friends many a mai 1 goes Into politics and loses them. Lots of married men would much rather go to the other place if there was any marrying in heaven. A Cure For Rental =Worries=== This plan gives you the profit, but saves you all the trouble. Renting houses Is a part of my business. I have a donstaut demand for bouses. — I secure you prompt collec tions, prompt settlements and Incidentally relieve you. of all the details of taxed, insurance, repairs, etc. Get my figures on this ser vice. They are small. M. J. EPLEY, PHONE 666 7 H. L. WATTS DENTIST Foi White People Only 208 Front Street Over Doziers' Dsug' Store Extraordinary Offer >< lit For Subscribers and Would Be Subscribers > 9, / f; 1: \ I ' Six Month's Subscription to Daily News One Year's Subscription to American Boy Regular Price r: . $3.00 $ 1.00 $4.00 WILL OFFER BOTH FOR $3 Take advantage of this. Parents should put good whole some reading matter into their boys hands. American Boy is the cleanest, most entertaining practical magazine The covers are in Every renew his in the world for young Americans, colors, 36 pages, size or Ladies' Home boy should urge his parents to subscri subscription to the Journal, be or r< •' ' v STRIKERS CAST STONES AT CARS As s. Pensacola, Fig* May £—The stoning of cars by stri placing of tori resumed her4 of ten days, lng the sti^tt the operatWh!' Issued b/ Ole' hurled Into the cars tlons of the city todi has been arresMTht* tempt of court. lympSthizers and the «roa the tracks was ay/after a cessation a,*3o the injunction rgtn lntenermg with K> cars. Brtcks were ireme court restrain mm GOLDSMITH & COLLIER MEAT MARKET West Pum St, Buy City Bakery 014 Stud Hone Phone SOS Cumberland Phene 688 Choice Meat Guts, Sausage, Veal, Etc. Cal l and phone your orders. see us or Your patronage will be appreciated m s NOTICE l NOTICE! TWO IN ONE We are now in the Hardy Stables on Mobile Street. :-:COME TO SEE US:-: HARDY & BOLTON Liverymen. t The Enterprise Electric Company ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Supplies of All Ends Kept i» Stock REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY AGENTS *>r WESTINGHOUSE FANS 118 West Pine St. Home Phone V Goood Words For Chamberlain'* ' Cough Remedy. 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