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FmW is Growing Rapidly; $7,202.01 Has Been Received The list of subscriptions published in today's paper were taken from the v record book of the relief committee, and is not given out as official. Some names may appear more than once, others may be omitted. At some date in the near future the committee will publish an authorized Mst, which will be correct. It is only fair to state that this list does not purport to be a collection list, for while the great majority have paid, there are some who have not yet handed in the subscriptions, but who are sure to do so. The list is as nearly correct as it is possible to obtain and not many errors will be found in it. It is believed that a great many more, even in Hattiesburg, will hand in subscriptions and of course those who do not wish to have their aames known can simply put it "Cash" hut the bqgt way is to put it down in the name of the subscriber. The total amount received through the local relief committee now totals $7,202.01. Citizens of Panola . John 8harp Williams .... Citizens of Meridian .... AJebama-Georgia Syrup Co. Hawklns-McRaney Co. 3.00 First Baptist Church Newton .. 50.00 165.00 22.50 Citizens of McComb City . 30.00 W. C. Wells to Mrs. Longre..$ 2.00 • M. E. Apperson . Citizens of Edwards .. P. O. Box 532. Mobile Simmons Hdw. Co., St. Louis 25.00 (Through Hawkins Hdw. Co.) Dr. D. W. Coker, Tunica, Miss 5.00 S. H. Cbplon . Citizens of Carthage . K. Mclnnis. Dr. A. Hume, Oxford - F. L. Mathews. A.* Hume, Oxford _ Price & Courser . Citizens of Eastabuchie Mrs. McPherson . 30.00 50.00 .300.00 10.00 CItizene of Hazlehurst Citizens of Lauderdale 2.00 48.00 5.00 20.10 26.50 5.00 23.60 5.00 1.00 5.00 $184.85 1.00 A. J. Pulliam, Beuna Vista ... Lumber Mineral Co., Arbo_ 95.00 Cash.*. .. Central Hardware Co. 5.00 1.00 25.00 L HATTIESBURG TRUST AND BANKING COMPANY Capital $150,000.00 Undivided Profits'$12,000.00 General banking business transacted. Authorized by law to act as Administrator of Estates, Execptor der Wills, Guardian of Minors, Trustee. Assignee or Receiver. ... un J. CAREFUL ATTENTION To All SUCH : MATTERS ENTRUSTED TO US : We pay 4 per cent interest on Savings Deposits. Compounded Semi-Annually. Time Deposits. 4 per cent on OFFICERS H. A; Camp, President Joe Shelby, Vice Pres. R. L. Bennett, Cashier i John Kamper Vice R. B. McLeod, Asst. You Can Become a Musician in One Day. THIS is a strong statement but true. If you are fond of music and appreciate good music and your musical education has been neglected, you can in one day master what it has taken years for others to accomplish, ft ith our Autopiano YOU can play any composition that you wish. You can play your old favorites m the way and with the feeling and expression that your love for them inspires. You have instantly at your command the world's best music. You can interpret it as directed or as you wish. The tec hnique is supplied you. If you are a singer you can play your own accompaniments as you wish them played. Iri a word, you can Immediately become an accomplished pianist. We take in old instruments as part payment. Let us have that old piano of yours that has so long stood In yonr music room as an ornament (?) only, and let us send you an Autopiano that will give you real pleasure every day in the year and so pay you handsomely on your investment. Particulars or. application. <1 E. E. FORBES PIANO CO. Capital Street C J. ROBERTS, Mgr., Opposite Postoffice Jackson, Mis*. :.v,v§ Citizens of New Hebron. 31.75 Kola Lumber Co., Kola . Miss. Cotton Oil Co., Jackson.. 25.00 Citizens of Inverness .... Citizens of Jackson. 500.00 C. Humphreys, Jackson . Mrs. J. M. Riggs . Mrs. D. G. W. Ellis, Meridian.. 10.00 Mrs. Alice Reed, Meridian .... 3.00 Hattiesburg Rebecca Lodge No. 17_ Hattiesburg Traction Co. 25.00 Post Card Depot . J. L. Jones, Sorin, Miss. 10.00 A. D. G. S. L. D„ city. 25.00 Cash .... Employes Ship Island Lrb. Co. 22.50 Arthur Gates. I. C. Johnson ..... . R. F. D. Hays £ Field... Cash. S. Peligrinea. Pullen Uroduce Co. Ladies Eastern Star. H. S. LlMlus. E. J. Lillius . W. Samp on . Citizens of Sanford . Citizens of Bassfield . King's Daughters of Bond .... A. J. Thomas, (Barbara) .... Citizens of Rawls Springs ... Citizens of Sandersville. Citizens of McHenry. Citizens of Ellisvllle . G W. Graham . Gust Montamot . W. S. Morrison . R.L. Farmer. W. E. Sterns. W. L. Logan £ Co. W. J. York .. Gus Kennedy. W. A. Powe.'. P. O. Rieley. I. Fogler. Harry Katz. M. P. Love . Love Drug Co. J. W. Holt. Currie & Currie . Forrest Lumber Co. Welsh £ Harrison. Oden & Eliot . J. C. Thompkins . 5.00 7.00 5.00 2.00 5.06 .... 11.20 5.00 2.00 1.00 2.50 25.00 .15 6.00 9.00 22.86 5.00 1.00 5.00 $ 46.85 107.90 5.00 10.00 4.25 70.55 74.85 184.25 2.00 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 1.00 5.00 2.50 10.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 3.00 ^.00 2.00 1.00 10.00 1.00 1.00 H. Watkins ..... I. Armbrechet-Thompklns Lbr Co P. H. Sadler. J. McDane . 7.00 5.60 1.00 1.00 Chas Jordan. S O. Look . D. C. Beachamp. W. E. Herring .... B. M. Gatlin . Jones Company. Leon Jones. ..... Mose Siginoff. Hardy & Bolton. F Gore . T. W. Woodward . J D. Craft . C. E. Gray . J E. Jones .. ... Parker & Son . S. C. Eiaton . D. McClannahan . J. A. Mullens . Dantzler Lumber Co. .. Citizens of Brandon ... R. K. Smith. W. A. Collins. McGruder £ Co. J. F. Williams. J W. Pool. Masons of Bond . J. A. Carr. A. A. Montague . Gress Mfg. Co. , Joe K. Mclnnis.. W. F. Hurst .. E. O. O'Ferrall.. C. A. O'Ferrall. J. T. Collins. Ada Moore .. S. E. Conn.. E. O. Doty. R. W. Groves.. Mrs. Cherry. Miss Belle Hart. Miss Blapche Leverett Miss Stephens. Miss Hodges . Mrs. Dent . Miss Essie Gilbert .... H. A. Gilliam. Miss Van Norden. S. H. Cox. J R. Cox . Ras Evans . I C. Stein . Ernest Hanna. C. J. Mclnnis. Marcus Conner .... ... S. C. Lea. Miss Mattie McKinley . Miss Mary Redmond .. Miss Lizzie Lea. Miss Maud McDade ... Miss Bonner Polk .... Miss Essie Smith. Miss Ella Brent . O. E. Reedy. M. L. McKenzie. J. T. Shields. J. D. Clow. Brotherhood of R. R. Carmen.. Through Rev. Trotter. L W. Graham £ Son. Miss. Travelers . Mrs. W. A. Bounds . Tuliarosa C. M. church .... .. 2.00 .60 2.50 5.00 6.00 6.00 1.00 .25 5.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 2.50 5.00 50.00 5.00 200.00 34.00 20.00 25.00 20.00 5.00 10.00 75.00 10.00 5.00 _ 10.00 2.00 1.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 1.00 1.00 1.50 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 2.00 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1,00 1.50 10.00 2.00 1.00 5.00 6.00 5.00 107.30 6.00 9.00 Hattiesburg Trust £ Banking 50.00 J. H. Buschman .. W. C. Bennett .... B. F. Bennett . Citizens of Jackson 10.00 2.50 3.00 500.00 irst National Bank employes.. 40.00 Citizens of Crystal Springs.. 162.00 Knights of Pythias, Crystal Springs 50.00 Citizens of Newton.136.00 W. C. Vaught .. Citizens of Bond Miss Ratliff_ 5.00 60.00 1.00 Mr. Mullinlx. Mrs. Perkins . Mrs. Sanders. Mrs. Messers. Mrs. Sherman . Miss Morgan .. Mr. Rich.. Cash . Mr. Gloover . Miss Gray. Miss Lee. Miss Bryant. Miss Redus . Mr. Wails. Mr. Meador . Miss Clark . Mrs. R. H. Hemphell .. Cash. Miss Mattie McCallum A. L. Hodges . R. E. Lee. Citizens of Carson .... Bay St. LoUis citizens . J. R. Buckwalter. Eli Powell .. D. B. Henley. J. T. Ferrill. Cash Miss. Central railroad office and shops employes. Ed D. Lofton . E. L. Chafotel, Pass Christian J. T. Bennett, Gulfport . Elks of Corinth .. J. J. Carter, French Camp .... Hattiesburg Odd Fellow* .... Florence citizens .. 2.00 1.00 .50 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 2.00 1.00 2.50 31.00 5.00 10.00 2.50 25.00 1.00 5.00 66.00 5.00 5.00 25.00 25.00 5.00 60.00 43.70 Ba Mrs. Dolphus ....A ......... Citizens of Lake, Miss.. Ten Mile Lbr. Co.. M. C, Hunt, Vicksburg . Hattiesburg Typographical Union.. . N. B. Blount . Pass Christian citizens . 71.00 Court St M. E. church . 40.80 R. E. Rawls . Mrs. McMillan . Crystal Springs citizens.$212.00 Bond citizens. Bond citizens (special) . 36.00 Jackson citizens . Newton citizens. 6.00 27.50 100.00 6.00 .... 22.50 .... 10.00 6.00 .60 _ 53.25 . 600.00 . 136.10 Hattiesburg colored citizens .. 110.15 E. W. Weaver .... .$ 1.00 Fifth Ave. Baptist church S. S.. 1.00 Citizens of Clyde .... E. G. Harris. L. H. Keel. J. D. Guyton .. ..... Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Morris_ 2.00 J. S. and'Mrs. Doyle. 2.00 St. Paul M. E. church . 6.00 King's Daughters. John Davis, McLaurln . Mrs. S. Ward. Mrs. P. McGlnley .... Annie Hall £ Bessie Dubose .. Dollle Damas . Clifford Extin. D. C. Chambers .'. Mrs. V. H. Bailey .. Mrs. C. Hart. Mrs. S. E. Wilson . Cash . Retail Clerks Association Eureka Lumber Co. C. A. Vuncannon . Servants of God . M. Z. Wagner. , John Gormley.. A. S. Smith . Cripple man. J. Durham . J. H. Montague. B. L. Parker, Ellisvllle .. B. C. Goodwin. Mr. Young, drummer. 5.00 S. C. Eaton, Jr. .... 4.50 .... 5.00 .... 2.00 .... 3.00 .... 1.00 5.00 2.50 .... 2.50 .75 .25 1.00 1.00 .50 ; 1.00 2.00 .50 ....; 32.25 . 26.00 6.00 6.00 .... 6.00 2.00 ..... 10.00 .50 2.00 .... 1.00 1.00 .... 1.00 1.00 (Continued on page seven.) to make a bluff at blushing? when she wants to set. spring overcoats. . (Continued on page seven.) Hattiesburg Heights Proper H. A. Camp's Plan to Sell 1 917 lots fronting blocks, size 50 by 150 to 60 by 200. street car line and running back not to exceed Uur on 2 JL Each lot sold on thirty equal payments, price running from $ / 50.00 up to $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 Ariy 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 No person allowed to purchase more than ten lots in his or her name. 7 New school house located in the centet of this property. 8 Street railway built through this property. 9 This property is closer to the center of hamesourg than any other subdivision (It costs you nothing to look this property, it is a pleasure for us to show it to you) 10 Address all communications to H. A. CAMP, Hattiesburg, Miss., or call and see him. v _ v. *;■ in I : - A f ■ i : : ■: •••. * V' \ m ■ •: x v . & & * " t AgS .... " ■ : V 'VI WINSOME BESSIE MOYER. so n p mi iy; ii'iiiWMBPi Mias Moysr, who has appeared lu uuiuy Broadway suc ce ss e s in recent years, In an exceedingly beautiful young woman, besides being p os s e ss a d of more than ordinary stags 4alent- Because of her rare beauty she la a favorite with the artists of the metropolis and has posed for several well known painters. Her pictures have appeared In many European pnhUeatlsas along with other distinct types of the American beauty. An expert writing on advertising as serts. that an eight inch ad. in one newspaper will bring more business than a two inch ad. in four newspapers, and he advises the dealer who pays $5,000 a year in rent to spend atleast $10,000 a year in advertising. What doe^ a woman with a drug store complexion do when she wants to make a bluff at blushing? Advertising Merchant Can Undersell. The merchant whp advertises Intel ligently can under sell another who does not advertise because of the In creased business the advertising brings him. The advertising of the city of Cincinnati would bring results—J. M. Gidding, Cincinnati. It Isn't necessary to egg a hen on when she wants to set. ..~ . ■ sgn There was a rather large docket in the police court yesterday morn ing. Several cases were discontinued.' There was one drunk, $10; one ma licious mischief case; one case of" petit larceny and being a dangerous A and suspicious character, $275 aod 1 thirty days. Three white boys charged with breaking into a Northeastern freight car and stealing bananas. They will have a trial before Police Justice Johnson as ex-officio justice of the peace. Herman Mananhis, a negro, appar ently of some foreign » mixed breed hankered to have a fine dressed chick en that reposed in the ice-box of the palace restaurant and tt was testified that he took a small chicken and a piece of cake to his bachelor quarters, where he proceeded to have a feast. His defense was to the effect that he intended to pay for the chicken and cake, butt this was not the business plan the Palace was conducted, and the spring chicken and piece of cake cost him just about what the same would have cost in a Pullman buffet —the sum of $15. CITATION NOTICE. State of Mississippi. To George A. Gershon (defendant). You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery 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 of T. S. Jack son and W. J. Jenkins, wherein you are a defendant. This the th day of May, A. D. 1908. T. E. BATSON, Chancery Clerfl. 6-6-3t wed Painters are now putting on their spring overcoats. .