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GROWING RAPIDLY * * (Continued From_ Pake Six.) .. *... 1.00 J 12.75 E. A. Martin .... Littleton Tennant J. H. Mitchell .... Miss Annie Lewis J. M. O'Briant ... J. W. Montague . J. H. Doherty ... J. A Fabacher ... 1.25 6.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 1.00 5.00 5.00 S. A. Bishop. Members First Presbyterian church .. L. E. Barham, N. 0. 5.00 20.00 5.00 G. W, Batson. Pullen Produce Co. D. L. AsterHng ... Otis Smith. J. R. Wilkes . 8. R. Cubley. Mrs. Mamie Fairley ... Mrs. L. L. Major .. Mrs. S. Burr . Mrs. Stevens. ■Mrs. M. Dunn. Mrs. Carroll. Ladies Aid, First Presbyterian church . Mrs. Albrttten. Mr. Hurst . Miss Norris Campbell . 1.00 j Scott Stapleton ... Mr. Waddllngton . R. F. Kennedy .... B. G. Burkett .... S. B. Martin .... T. L. McWilliams W. J. Jenkins .... R. M. McElroy ... S. B. Boling. A H. Wallis .... 10.00 _ 6.00 5.00 _ 7.75 1.00 5.00 _ 3.00 .... 3.50 2.00 1.00 1.00 50.00 1.00 .50 .25 .50 6.00 6.00 i.oo 2.50 6.00 2.00 2.00 _ 1.00 .50 Cash. Rubenstein Bros. J. H. Wally. H. D. Barnes. C. N. Miller. J. D. Durham . .... G. P. Kearns. Cash. Cash. M. A. Holliman. E. J. Hale. W. T. Wilson. J. N. Barron. W. H. Holland .. ..... E. E. Evans. F. R. Murphy. J. E| Herman. J. p. Howse. A. B. Herring. J. Turner .. Ed E.ofson. J. F. Williams. Jno. Spinks. M. G. Edwards. Cash. Cash ...... ... CJbii ... C. H. UnderVood ...... F. Hough . H. M. Howse.. 8. L. Gibson. J. S. Lea. .'... .. Dr. E. J. Mitchell . D. F. McDonald. F. J. Duke. Cash .. Rich Skinner. O. E. Burrows . Cash. Cash . J. B. Walker (drummer) A. R. Groff .. J. W. Rush, Lumber Co.25.00 H. E. Welch .... 1.00 1.00 .60 .15 2.00 .50 1.00 1,00 5.00 1.00 ,10 1.00 1.00 1.00 10.00 1.00 .60 .60 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 > .50 .50 1.00 1.00 5.00 2.00 2.50 2.00 5.00 6.00 .25 .50 4.00 .25 .50 1.00 1.00 10.00 R. N. Steadman. Paul Johnson. J. H. Llmbaugh . C. M. Hays .. G. W. Nicholson. Rev. J. N. McMillin .. | Dr. Slapleton .. J. F. Srlnger _j. Geo. A. Reid ...... . Cash.. B. T. Toomer. Y. D. Butler. City Barber Shop . W. C. Hall. C. M. Thomas . J. C. Conner . E. E. Connor . M. A. Robertson .... G. C. Robertson. U. G. Travelers . M. C. Sanders . Miss Salile Smith . Mrs. Giles .. King's Daughters . .. Cash .'..,. Mr. Edgehill . Mrs. A. J. Courtney. S. N. Finley .. Order T. J. Pittman on N. B. Blount for mde. .. Order G. M. Kennedy on J. S. Turner ft Co. for dry goods .'. W. C. Schumaker .. R. H. Crawford. . .... L. D. Smith ,,.. J. A. Meyer .... J. V. White J. S. Turner ft Co.50.00 100.00 .6.00 1.00 .50 2.00 6.00 .50 1.00 .25 10.00 i.od 8.00 2.00 .. 1.00 LOO 2.50 5^0 10.00 30.00 3.00 6.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 6.00 5.00 50.09 50.00 . .. 10.00 .... 5.00 . 2-00 ..10.00 n .. 5.00 1.00 1.00 2.55 1.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 5.00 M. L. Burton . T. M. Fer&uson Pole-Stock Lumber Co.25.00 P. C. Bdmlston .... 4 L. Heidelberg .... ~ M. McCauts Cotton Co..10.00 5.00 E. J. D. A. A. J. 5.00 L. 5.00 H. - 8.00 J. .... 6.00 C. .... 2.50 10.00 2.40 2.50 C. .... 5.00 . .. 5.00 .... 10.00 .... 1.00 .... 1.00 .45 5.00 20.00 ....h 2.00 .10.00 . 9.50 .... 5.00 . 5.00 . 6.00 . 6.00 . 6.00 .10.00 .. .. 5.d0 . 5.00 . 6.00 . 2.50 .. .. 10.00 . 4.00 .... 5.00 .. 35.00 . 25.00 . 50.00 . 25.00 . 25.00 _10.00 . 10.00 . 5.00 .. 10.00 . 5.00 . 5.00. . 5.00 . 5.00 . 2.00 . 25.00 . 10.00 ... 6.00 .... 5.00 .... 6.00 . .. 5.00 .... 5.00 _ 6.00 .... 10.00 .... 10.00 .... 10.00 ... 25.00 25.00 . 10.00 10.00 50.00 35.00 100.00 .... 10.00 . 2.50 . 6.00 .100.00 .... 20.00 .... 10.00 .... 6.00 ..... 5.00 .10.00 . 6.00 .10.00 . 25.00 .... 10.oO Employes E. S. Neelly Co.10.09 Jk H. Coplon . 5.00 M. S. Hansfleld . 2.50 L. O. Miller ...... 6.00 6.00 .... B.oO ... 6.00 .... 5.00 .. 1.00 .. 10.00 .. 5.00 .. 10.00 T. B. Wright Dr. W. R. Thames . 5.00 Hattiesburg Compress Co.10.00 H. Nathan 5.00 B. F. Forbes 1.00 Employes South. Express Co... 10.00 T. E. Batson J. O. Barron Pittsburg Construction Co. 5.00 E. Barnes . Mrs. Mabel W. Smith-. J. El Hutchins . .."* ... Merchants Grocery Co..,.50.00 National Bank of Commerce.. 50.00 F. H. Powe ..... .... ... J. C. Carley. M. Dunn . Brookhareen Lumber Co. T. H. Massengale . Hattiesburg Hardware Co.25.00 G. J. Hauensteln.. J. Edward Peacher .... L. D. Hammet ...... . Rev. Coyt... . Hattiesburg Grocery Co. .25.00 S. B. Easterling .*.. .. J. J. Newman'Lumber Co.50.00 Jno, L. Mixon .. Dr. J. R. Jackson T. E. Crow .... Hattiesburg Construction Co. .. 25.00 J. M. Smith. W. J. Hayner .... W. E. Laird. J. 9. Burnett ..... J. H. Selby. R. A. Beale.. H. G. Gllli.. B. F. Moseley .... W. A..Johnson .... A. T. Powe. Cash . T. B. Woodley . A. B. Holliman ... T. P. Crymes .... E. L. Thomson .... W. S. McKinnon .. Hattiesburg Trust & Banking Co. 50.00 First National Bank .. Citizens Bank. Hawkins Hardwase Co O'Ferrall Bros. ... John A. McLeod . T. E. Crow. J. M. Tally John Burkett .... T. O. Watkins .. D. E. Sullivan .... S. L. Heidelberg. A. A. Montague. W. H. Cook . A. C. Cherry .. N. B. Shelby . N. C. Hill .. Brook haven Lumber Co. .. ..20.00 Bob McCaughey .... Geo. Calhoun .... .. J. C. Magruder. R. C. Curry .. Miss Meddle Robinson N. R. McCullough .... Jno. Shelby .... .... F. F. Phillips. M. L. Thomsson ... Carter Cotton Co. ... Hattiesburg Ice & Coal Co. v . 25.00 15.00 Moore Bros. Grocery Co. .... 15.00 The Davidson Co. Hawkins & Co's employes ... 30. R. C. Hauensteln .... H. & S. Katz. Meridian Fer. Co. E. A. Kemigan and postoffice employes *.. .... Edward Lowe. Blodgett & Co. Lid.100.00 D. G. McLaurin. Cash. J. E. Arledge . Miss. Central R. R. Co. r. k. Smith.. .. Williatps & Gilliam ... R. R, Swittenberg .... H. Lelin. E. G. Beard N. O. E. C. Neelly .... ;... T. A. Cantwell . Geo. Komp . . S. E. Travis . 10.00 20.00 Hawkins Hardware Co. R. N. Collins Hattiesburg Furniture Co. .. 15.00 H. D. Poole ,. J. A. Travis .... F. M. Robins .... W. C. Riggs T. J. Vaught T. H. Powe . W. M. Burch T. M. Paukey W. .A Lovitt Mississippi Pine Assn.. 3.00 W. B. Seamour .., W. J. Mixon .... , Peter Hatton . Masonic Lodge ... C. H. Colmer„... R. W. ThomlJson ... Jr Jacobs . S. L. Hall . M. M. Sexton .... McDaniel Bros. ... Southern Grocery Co.26.00 Phillip Rose. Ed Stewart. Alf Wilbey. W. H. Ramsey .... C. K. Russ .... ... B. M. Thompson ... Prank Leland . T. 8. Dennis. G. W. Tucker ..... 2.00 5.00 6.00 1.00 _ 1.00 .60.00 1.00 . .. 6.00 .... 2.00 .50 .60 2.50 1.00 .... 1.00 1.50 .... 2.50 i:oo 1.00 .26 .50 c E. M. Patten . Adler Fur. Co. J. B. Farly. D. B. Holmes. A. Farley. A. H. McSwaln. J. H. Putnam. L. L. Powell & Co. H. G. Culpepper. Bufkins Drug Co.10.00 J. E. William .... C. O. Eurle . Charley Poole _ Thad L. Brown ... Fred Trail . W. E. Perry . Native Lumber Co. Citizens of Canton Ladles' Hebrew Asso., Canton .. 5.00 Elks' Lodge, Canton . C. V. Seeley . Joe Mclnnis 82.50. L. J. Bailey 85. G. W. Grantham 85. George Derrlckson 85. T. W. Graham Gus Montana 50c. W. S. Morrison 81. i R. L. Farmer 8L W. F. Sterns 81. W. L. Logan $ Co. 85. W. J. York 81. Gus Kennedy 85. W. A. Powe 82.50. T. O. Riley 810. I. Fogler 81. Harry Kats 81 M. T. Love 82. Love Drug Co. 83. J. W. Holt 81. W. B. Rogers 85. Currie ft Currie 82. ForreBt Lumber Co. 81. Welch ft Harrison 810. Oden ft Ellington 8L J. P. Thompson 81. H. Watkins 87. Amhrecht-Thompson Lumber Co. 85. P. H. Sadler 81. L. J. McDaniel 81. Chas Jordan 82. L. O. Look 60c. Plnebelt Lumber Co. 85. t D. C. Beauchamp 82.50. W. E. Herrin 85. B. M. Gatlin 85. Jones company 85. Leon Jones 81-00. Moses Slvinoll 85. Hardy ft Bolton 83. F. Gore 820. W. M. Conner 825. Magruder Co. 820. T. J. Pittman 85. P. B. Woodward 81 J. D. Craft 81. C. E. Grey 60c. J. E. Jones 81. Parker ft Son 82.50. S. C. Eaton 85. B. McClannahan 850. Mrs. C. F. Lassiter 8L W. R. Bailey 825. J. W. Gay 88. Southern Express Employes 82. E. B. George 82. B. C. Godman 81. Mr. Young 85. Wood-Vizzard Lumber Co. 825. R- B. McLeod 85. C. W. Hassell 81. C. T. Singleton 91. G. W. Lewis 60c. , R. B. Harris 50c. J. A. Harp 81. Eleanor E. Lee 81. • H. J. Ambron $1. F. L. Heidelberg 81. Joe Bass 81. G. L. Moore 81. H. C. Terrell 60c. T J. Ferrell 60c. Dave Smothers 60c. Jno Sidney 50c. Jno Storm 60c. V. E. Stone 85. W. H. Askey 82. Lem Thigpen 60c. J. C. Whitlett 50c. Abe Patterson 50c. B. C. Hudlebery 50c. E. P. Robinson 8L W. D. Storm 60c. C. P. Sidle 50c. S. J. Ferguson 82.50. S. Pellegrini fl. H. Campbell 81. C. F. Lasseter 82. F. A. Lasseter 82. C. R. Lasseter 8L R. G. Harned 92. Cash 82. Ben Watkins 50c. Total 838.50. . .... 1.00 2.00 .... 2.00 . .. 1.00 .... 2.00 5.00 _* 5.00 _ 6.00 1.00 2.00 „ 1.00 .8 io.oo 5.00 5.00 1.00 , 42.50 ,118.00 30.00 5.00 9. » COLORED CONTRIBUTORS. The following persons donated will ingly to the cause: Dr. W. F. Howard . Mrs. W. F. Howard . T. S. Thigpen . B. F. Sims . G. T. Spence . James Gordon . C. J. Burns ...... . Willie Irverson. Alex Bush . J. F. Porter .. J-. M. Stringer J. H. Hapkins. L. W. Middleton ... Walter Thigpen ... Willey Thames .... H. Blakeney . B. S. Williams ..... . 85.00 1.00 1.00 ,... 11.00 .... 1.00 1.00 2.00 .76 .75 1.0s LOO 1.00 1.60 100 LOO . 1.00 ft. 1.00 8am Connor LOO In the .... 1.00 . W. Williams. 1.00 . R. Burnside .... Richard Perryman . 8. K. Kihnlrd. James Miller . J. O. Howard . Ches. Howe ... 0. P. Pittman. Willie McCaster .. Steve Arington .... Fannie Cooper .... Dug Howze. R. L. Hand . M. Roach . Steven Smith. Alvest Allen . Gertrude Span .... H. Blrrage . Henry Mitchell ... J. W. White . A. Buck . A B. Wilson ..... L. C. Bush .. J. E. Loveless .... Alfred Brown . Jno. W. Harris Lodge, No. 84 K. of P. Queen City Lodge No. K. of P. C. M. E. Church . Mrs. llcy Pollard. A. S. Ripley . Sallie Bush. T. S. Sims . Chas. Gordon ........ M. Drummonds. Mrs. O. P. Pittman .... Mrs. J. A. Vaun. B. J. Porter . Will Bolton . Sarah McElroy . W. G. Clark . F. C. Cox . H. Blrrage . G. T. 8pence . Melvin Potis . J. L. King, Jr. Fannie Cooper . Florence Bush . Bessie Smith. Mrs. Chas Gordon - WilUe McCarter . L. W. Middleton . Willis Young . Maggie Brown. Mollle Blrrage . Mrs. S. K. Kinnard .. Mrs. A. S. Riley. J. L. King, Sr. Mrs. Maggie Johnson Mrs Eliza Boutghton . Henry Miller . Mrs. Susie Williams . AVf. E. Chucrh .. . A. M. E. Sunday School. 2.00 Will Walher sollcted and col lected 1.00 * 1.00 .50 .50 .6. 1.00 .50 .50 .50 i .60 1.00 of 1.00 1.00 1.00 .25 .50 .50 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 !s 6.00 6.00 1.65 .20 1.00 .25 1.00 1.00 .26 .25 .25 1.60 .50 .25 1.00 1.00 .50 .50 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.00 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .25 1.00 .25 .25 .50 .50 3.00 10.05 G. W. Hopkins collected.6.00 S. K. Kinnard collected W. G. Clarke collected .14.95 3.80 $110.15 All provisions should be sent to W. G. Clarke, 613 MoMJS street, clothing should he sent to Mrs. A. S. Riley at Infirmary. Total All Colored citizens of Hattiesburg are still actively engaged in raising funds for the relief of the storm-sufferers. The following, additional list was handed to the Daily News by Dr. W. F. Howard: S. K. Kinnard, solicited and col lected . E. H. Williams Mt Carmel Baptist S. S. 2.39 Alex Bush. W. B. Jones . Susie Call. John Armstrong. Prof. B. F. Shannon .... D. S. Horton. W. M. Mason . T. S. Sims . T. L. Sutton. Sam Smith. F. C. Cox . C. C. Hur.derson. W. M. Reid. Martha Turner . Lillie Bucks . R. E. Boyd . Will Davis. Emma Foster . Hattie Gosby. J. W. Williams. M. E. Howard. 91. L. Harden . R. L. Donald. R. L. Hand . Will Rodgers . Flowers Carmichel. 'Mr. Tutt. A. Warren . Jones Bowers. Mrs. Wm. Tuncll.■ C. T. Williams. J. W. Grant . E. D. Smith . Jno Bennett N. Mt. Zion church . W. G. Clarke, sol & col.. Ellis Forse. H. Forse. Our appeal is that every ope who is interested in humanity, should con tribute freely, largely and willingly to the relief of these fallen yet hopeful ones. We again ask that all provisions donated to the committee should be sent to W. G. Clarke the chairman of the provision eommltee, No. 613 Mobile street, care thr. W. F. Howard's drug store. Again we ask that/you ,8 5.70 1.00 .25 .50 .50 .25 .50 .25 .25 .50 1.00 .25 .25 .25 .15 .20 .20 .25 .25 .10 .06 .50 .50 .60 .50 .25 .35 1.00 .50 .50 .10 .25 .25 .25 .25 .50 .... 3.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 In demand. The relief committee will meet again Thursday night for the purpose of raising more money. Dr. M. F. Howard, Chairman. (iRIHTRY STflRF IS UllUULlll III UIIL lu DlTDUCn ITOIIIIfill I dUKINlU AI ol)MliALLlo" Sumrall, Miss., May 5.—A very dis astrous fire occurred here at 3 o'clock this morning in which the entire stock of the Batten Grocery Company was destroyed. The cause of the fire is not known, but it is believed to be the work of in cendiaries, as a back door and win dow were found broken open. Mrs. Winston—I think your husband !s so witty I But why is it that yon never laugh at bis jokes? I have often noticed this. Mrs. Clapper—He always tries bis jokes on me first era! times before be springs them in company.—Cleveland Leader. I hear them sev 7 e W. H. DOTY, M. D. Office irt Bufkin Bldg. Rooms, Nos. 3 and 4. 9 to 12 a. m. Hours: 3 to 5 p. m. IN FRATERNAL CIRCLES Bouie Tribe No. 48, Red Men— Council fire kindled every Wednes day night at 8 o'clock at Odd Fellows hall. Albert Henley prophet; L. M Williams sachem; A. F. James senior sagamore; L. Caplan, junior saga more; F. C. Hall, chief of records; Burke Jones, keeper of wampum. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD. Leaf River Camp, No. 28.—W. O. W. —B. F. Miller, C. C., W. J. Fowler, clerk; J. A. Shannon, banker. l'ieet? Tuesday nights In Odd Fellowr' ha . at 8 o'clock. Harmon Grove, Circle No. 73, O. W.—Mrs. R. W. Thames, guard!.' : Mrs. G. W. Coker, clerk; Dr. 8. L. Knight, banker. Meets second and fourth Wednesday nights in each month in Odd Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock. Hattiesburg Camp, No. 449.—W O. W.—A. J. Morrison, C. C.; J. W. Brookshire, clerk; J. A. Welsh, bUcY er. Meets Thursday nights in Qt'd Fellows' hall at 8 o'clock. •Petal Camp, No. 823, W. O. W.—J. B. Clack, C. C.; W. E. Ward, clerk; J. A. Pace banker, third Saturday nights in each month at its hail in Petal. Meets first and Grove, Circle No. 36.—W. O. W.— Mrs. T. B. Boucher, guardian; Mrs. J. W. Brookshire, clerk. ODD FELLOWS. Hattiesburg Lodge No. 127, I. O. O. F.—A. F. James, noble grand; Wm. Busby, vice grand; J. A. Frazier, re cording secretary; H. Katz, financial secretary; H. H. Orr, treasurer. Meets Monday nights in 1. O. O. F. hall at 8 o'clock. Hattiesburg Encampment, No. 40, I. O. O. F.—J. U. Allen, chief patriarch; J. W. Brookshire, high priest; Wm Busby, senior warden; Charles Maur er, junior warden; J. A. Shannon, scribe; W. J. Force, treasurer. Meets Wednesday nlghtB in I. O. O. F. hall at 8 o'clock. month In Odd Fellows' hall at 8 o'clock. Carpenters and Joiners of America— Local Union No. 213. A. A. Eathridge, president; Wm. G. Jones recording secretary. Meets Thursday nights at 7:30 o'clock in the commissioners' room at the county court house. Brotherhood of Railway Clerks.— Local No. 83. . S. Hammock, presi dent; A. T. Ambrosy, secretary. Meets second and fovtrth Monday nights in Odd Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock. LADIES' AID SOCIETIES. Catholic Ladies' Aid Society.—Mrs. John M. Cassil, president; Mrs J. L. Kearney, secretary; Miss Josephine Dolphus, treasure. Meets every first Friday in each month at the convent for business session; every second Thursday in each month at the home of some member for social session. Hour of meeting is always 3 o'clock in the afternoon. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIA8. Knights of Pythias, Crescent En campment No. 47.—A. Foote, C. C.; J. B. Burkett, V. G.; George Hartfleld, K. R. 8. Meets Monday nights over Citizens' bank at 8 o'clock. JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERI CAN MECHANICS. Junior Order United American Me chanics—James E. Hewlett, council lor; William Busby, secretary. Meets second and fourth Thursday nights in Odd Fellows' hall at 8 o'clock. United Commercial Travelers—Regu lar meetings will be held on the first Saturday nights of each month Fraternf| l C> E rder > oftaglesiAerie No. 1557.—Mr. J. A. Frazier, president; F. H. Hartman, recording secretary. Meets Thursday nights In hall In the ,d,ng on Ralroad street at 8 ORDER OF ELKS. Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, No. 599.—M. J. McGrath, E. R.; W. A. McLeod, secretary and treasurer. Meets Tuesday nights in their rooms on West Front street at 8 o'clock.« UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CON FEDERACY. United Daughters of the Confeder acy, Hattiesburg Chapter, No. 422. Mrs. D. B. Holmes, president; Miss M. Anna Allan, secretary; Mrs. E. Mc Gregor, treasurer. Meets first Tues day afternoon of each month at the Hotel Hattiesburg at 3-30. The Mls torlcal Club, Miss Florence Deason, historian, meets second Saturday In each month at homes of members of U. D. C. Visiting Daughters are re auested to attend these meetings. MASONIC. Hattiesburg Commandery No. 21, Knights Terpplar—A. A. Montague, E. C., office in Hattiesburg Trust and Banking company's building; J. W. Montague, Recorder. Meets Tuesday nights in the Masonic Temple at o'clock. Hattiesburg Royal Arch Chapter No. 114—R. F. Barton, H. P„ G. & S. I. freight office; J. D. Bennett, Secre tary. Meets Thursday nights in the Masonic Temple at 8 o'clock. Hattiesburg Lodge No. 397, A. F. ft A. M.—G. W. Batson, W. M., 508 Main street; J. D. Bennett, Secretary. Meets Monday nights In Masonle Temple at 8 p. m. Liberty Council No. 7.—W. M. Con ner,. T. I. M., 517 Main street; J. D. Bennett, Secretary. Meets Friday nights in the Masonic Temple at 8 o'clock. Order of the Eastern Star.—Mrs. S. C. Eaton, W. M.; Mrs. M. Dunn, Secre tary. Meets Friday nights in the Ma sonic Temple at 8 o'clock. Hattiesburg Camp No. 21 U. C. V.— Meets at cofirt house at 10:30 a. m. on the first Saturday of each month. J P. Carter commander, W. P. Chambers adjutant. Rebekah Lodge No. 17 I. O. O. F.— Mrs. L. S. Trombley, noble grand; Miss Ida Cowart, vice grand; Mrs. S. Ramsey, treasurer. Meets Thursday nights in X. O. O. F. hall at 8 o'clock. LABOR UNIONS. Hattiesburg Typographical Union, No. 647.—Wiley Bullard, president; A. J. Seeley, secretary-treasurer. Meets at Martin Printing company first Sun day In each month. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen— Local Union No. —. P. M. Graham, master; H. E. McGregor, financier; W. A. Smith, secretary. Meets sec ond and fourth Sunday nights in each month. . RAMSEY A CO. UNDEUEK at Mi I. Rich Lumber Screens! Screens! Screens f Venetian Blinds= PREPARE FOR the FLY and MOSQUITO by placing your order lor SCREEN DOORS - WINDOW SCREENS ' ><8 A telephone call will bring our representative with a full line of samples. * All work finished to correspond with Interior front and set your up m Carley Manufacturing Co. Mfgs. Sash, Doors, Etc . General Mill Wo GLASS of JM Kinds. Dealers in — Insure in the Continental Casualty Company, for protection against dis ease, accidents of any kind, alsa against death and injury from clones and storms. >■» Call to see me. D. M. GATLIN, State Manager. Goood Words For Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. People everywhere take pleasure in testifying to the good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Edward Phillips of Barclay, Md., writes: "I wish to tell you that I can recommend Mrs. Chamberlain's Cougk My little girl, Catherine. Remedy. who Is two years old, has been taking this remedy whenever she has had a cold since Bhe whs two months old About a month aigo I contracted a dreadful cold myself, but 1 took Cham berlain's Cough Remedy and was sooa as well as ever." This remedy is for sale by Hays & Fields and Yellow Pine Pharmacy. CITATION NOTICE. State of Mississippi, To Savina Levy (the defendant-. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Forrest in said Btate, on the Monday of June, A. D. 1908, to d< the suit in said court of Mere! Grocery Company, wherein you) a defendant. This fifth day of May, A. D. 13 T. E. BATSON Chancery Cle 5-fi-3twed THE FEET GARRY THE BURDEN Shoes Han Sewed 75 Half Soled. . BUT rr CAN BE MADE LIG1 / • I By buying good, solid coi fort SHOES. I have up an exclusive shoe stoi at my old stand on East Piri Street, and will be glad t have you call and look at nj nice assortment of Regej Shoes. None better made. H. NATHAN EAST PINE STREET We Still Do All Kinds of Shoe Repairing THE REGI £3.5 SHOE You Hit the Nail on the He Ifyou buy your lumber fror Inferior lumber may ail good at first, but the tet time will prove it mqje e: sive. Good quality always ] Let us figure on your red 'M ments for anything that: J| may need for building purpj '9 Both 'phones 33. » i Manufacturing Co.