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% Get results through the columns ^ ♦ of the Daily News. Hattiesburg Daily •> ♦ who recolve the Dally New* ref- * , ♦ ularly know tta worth. • Try It. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*«❖«• 4« O 4> •> -s. A CHARMING COMBINATION Of fruit juices and sugar la respson slble 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. I) |i Bufkin & Company. Women of Sanford Send Eggs to Sufferers Wherever there is suffering or dis tress there can always be found the 'Band of gentle woman to tender relief aad comfort and if circumstances are auch that they cannot be present in verson, they are always and ever ready and willing to extend whatever relief they can to those in need. The good people of Sanford have Been exceedingly liberal in their con tributions to the storm sufferers. They Bare responded nobly to the distress ..n *n<j have gone down in their pock ets and brought forth their money to relieve human distress. The good la dled of Sanford saw In the Dally News that some more eggs could be used to great advantage by the King's Daughters and their response to the inert suggestion was quick and mag-1 WANTS ything? It doesn't matter what for. By will be sure to find a buyer, Advertisements placed under Do you want to buy, sell or exchange turning to the Daily News want columns any day, vo seller, or tome one with whom you can make a trade, this heading for ONE CENT A WORD. Count the wotds and send the cash. + <> <«<•❖<• ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ •> + The Daily News will print all •> of "Situations •> V advertisements ♦ Wanted" ♦ ♦ FREE OF COST Any Day Except Sunday. + If you want a position, ask for •> ♦ *1 In this column. + will read your want and if yott 4 + be worthy you will find employ- <• ♦ ment + ♦ 4* 4' 4> ♦ -♦ ♦ ♦ Everybody ❖ Help Wanted rOR RENT—-A few good 5 room bouses from $5.0o to $10.00 per month. 'Phone 66ii. M. .1. Epley. WANTED—Good, honest, reliable boy wants work at some business In the city; age 15 years. Address Box 4. city. PRINTER WANTED—Another good, sober reliable all round printer wanted at once in the Democrat Star office. A sing.e man preferred •f middle age. To one that will AH secure a permanent aRoattofi. Address P. K. Mayers, Scranton, Miss. the bin will m2 WANTED—For a few weeks And likely permanent. Tele phone or write at once to The Head Block, Lumberton, Miss. PRINTER a ;n WANTED—By A1 male stenographer; • years experience; will work for |12 & week. Address D care of Daily News. WANTED —Work by youth, age 16 • years, active, reliable and honest. Address 707 Morton street, Hatties burg, Miss. M3 F<5und. POUND—One fox terrier puppy. Owner can have same by Identify ing and paying for this ad. alO A BATH Will do you more good if supplemented by genuine imported rub down with a Turkish Bath Towel We have the finest line ever brought to Hattiesburg, as well as Below Is the letter they nanlmous. sent the Dally News and we take the llBerty of publishing the same and thanking the ladles on the part of the King's Daughters, and suffer ing humanity, to whose benefit It will bo applied. The letter Is as follows: Sanford, Miss., May 5, 1908. Editor Hattiesburg Daily News, Hat tiesburg, Miss. Dear Sir—We see from your paper that The King's Daughters were in need of eggs for those Injured in the We send in your care eight storm. and one-half dozen eggs for them. Will you please see that they get them. and oblige, MRS. J. J. NAYLOR. MRS. G. W. GEIGER. MRS. Z. R. GIEGER. Lost. LOST—Fox terrier puppy, two months old, last seen near Palace restau rant. market and receive reward. Finder return to Parkers' m2 LOST—Pocketbook containing papers. Return to E. J. Allen, Ross building. For Sale FOR SALE—20,000 yards finest screened gravel. G. C. Robertson, second floor, Carter bulldljg. a24tf FOR RENT—Nice large dywn-stalrs front rooms and others. Apply at 109- Short Bay street, close In. FOR SALE—One of the best homes on North Main street, at a bargain, good terms. M. J. Epley, 'phone F20 666 . FOR SALE—Good grate and stove Telephone, coal in any quantity. A. L. Hodges, Home 'phone 804. PICKETS, Pickets, Pickets, one cent Both 'phones X38, Carley a!5-tt each. Mfg. Co. 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. O. Box 392. a21-tf M. J. Epley has more real estate fo sale and sells it for less. Why? Cause he does business In his own name. Some people squander a lot of mon ey In trying to make fools of them selves. ... ; Mi xr'&a: ft Uj, . r ; ' : -i ■ W X. 0' \ ' ■.. . ■ . ;; li' 5*'** '4H * MRS. HUMPHRY WARD. in Mrs. Humphry Ward, the famous English novelist who recently came to America for the first time. Is enthusiastic as to the future of Canada. She says England has becdtae fully awakened to the importance of the "new west" and Is lending all possible encouragement to the progress of the country. Mrs. Ward said that much bb she would like to make a tour of the United States ahe had decided to spend half of her three months' vacation in Canada. O. W. Conner Having Large Field Prepared Hattiesburg, Miss., May 5, 1908. Editor Daily News, Hattiesburg, Miss. My Dear Sir—While on a trip to Seminary on Monday, I visited the newly opened farm of Mr. O. W. Con fle is now pre ner, of that place, paring for cultivation, and has al ready planted together In new ground than one hundsed acres of cut over land. It is being planted In corn, peas, cotton and sweet potatoes. The preparation of this new land has been the most thorough Imaginable, and I predict that this new enterprise will be one of the most enjoyable and profit more Two of the Injured Go Home to Get Work Mr. Davis and S. Brown, who h*ve been at the lnflrmasy ever since the cyclone, and who lived about two miles eaat of Purvis, and yhose homes were totally wrecked, were discharged from the Infirmary yesterday, both having practically recovered from their Injuries. The wife of Mr. Hennls Is still sick at the Infirmary and It will probably be several days before she recovers sufficiently to be dismissed. Mr. Brown was very badly bruised up, hut thought he could go back and get some work to do. He leaves his wife and three children here for the present. These men displayed heroic cour ABSENCE OF DRINKING ACCOUNTS FOR SUCCESS OF THE AMERICAN FLEET Hearst News Service. Chicago, May 5.—John G. Wooley, former candidate for President on the Prohibition ticket, says that the • ab sence of drinking among the men com posing Admiral Evans' fleet accounts for the remarkable success of the pres ent cruise ^around the world. Wooley says that the wave of reform which has struck the navy will en Dr. QUADRENNIAL CONFERENCE MA Y AMEND DISCIPLINE OF THE METHODIST CHURCH Hearst News Service. Baltimore, May 5>—The quadriennlal general conference of the Methodist a able of any new undertaking in our country. Mr. Conner has the means, and his plans are well laid, he is practical and industsious. In this business noth ing Is destroyed In order to produce sometthlng, as Is true when a tree is taken from the forest. On the other hand old "Mother earth," if prop erly managed, Is made only the more valuable by the cultivation of the crop she yields. is Mr. Conner's example Is well wosthy of Imitation. Such enterprises are the hope of the country's future. With best, wishes, yours truly, L. E. HALL. age. With their house blown to pieces they are anxious to get to work so as to earn some monfey. They stated that they had nothing left with which to buy clothing, but they were satis fied that their families would be pro vided for until they could secure work with which to provide for them. They displayed a high degree of heroism and were devoutly thankful that it was no worse with them than it was. In their way, both were phllosophess and their determination to rebuild their waste places showed the nerve of the men and Is a guarantee that the ef fects of the storm will be worked out In time. circle the world and that the standard of manhood will be raised materially as the resnlt of the example set by the sailors of the fleet and the men composing the Utfited States army. "Statistics,' says Dr, Wooley, '.'show that less liquor Is consumed among the sailors and soldiers of this country than in any other portion of the world," and, to this fact he attributes the succeess of American arms. convene here tomorrow. It Is expected that more than 800 delegates will be pre/sent, representing a membership of over 8,000,000. ♦ ❖ YOUR NEIGHBOR OUGHT TO KNOW IT. ♦ ♦ ❖ ❖ The Dally News wants your •> ❖ opinion of Its present telegraphic ❖ •> news service. We are trying with *♦ ❖ might and main to give the peo- 4> 4> pie gf Hattiesburg a live dally 4* <• newspaper, and there is nothing <• ❖ that will help us more than whole- •> •> some suggestions from our sub- •> ❖ scrlbers. If you like the paper, 4* 4* we'd also like for you to tell ❖ ❖ your neighbor. * ❖ GROVER CLEVELAND STILL IMPROVING Hearst News Service. Lakewood, N. J., May 5.—In a state ment Issued today, Mrs. Cleveland says that the ex-Presldent's health Is im proving, but that she cannot say when he will be able to leave the hotel here and go to his home at Princeton. NEW BIRMINGHAM BANK. . Washington, May 6.—The applica tion of Ben T. Head, A. H. Porter, Charles M. Spencer, H. S. Chase and Nathan L. Miller to organize the Na tional City Bank of Birmingham,, with $500,000 capital has been approved by the comptroller of the currency. "I can't decide,"' she said, "whether to take the hat or not But It is just the dearest thing I have seen this sea son." "The dearest?" asked the husband, with a sardonic laugh. "Then It's cer tain thnt you'll take It"—London Tele graph. __ A Cure For Rental —Worries This plan gives you the profit, but saves you all the trouble. Ren-, mg houses Is a part of my business. I have a constant demand for bouses. ^ secure you prompt collec tions, prompt settlements and Incidentally relieve you of all the details of taxes, Insurance, repairs, etc. Get my figures on "this ser vice. They are small. , M. J. EPLEY, PHONE 666 * 7 \. H. L. 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GOLBSMITH & COLLIER MEAT MARKET w Wert Pine St., Buy Gty Bakery Old Stand Home Phone 508 Cumberland Pbone 688 Choice Meat Cuts, Sausage, Veal, Etc. Call and see us or phone your orders. Your patronage will be appreciated \ V NOTICE! NOTICE! TWO IN ONE We are now, in the Hardy Mobile Street. Stables on s-:COME TO SEE US:-« HARDY & BOLTON Liverymen . t 1* The Enterprise Electric Company ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Supplies of All Kinds Kept in Stock REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY AGENTS FOR WEST1NGH0USE FANS 118 West Pine St. Home Phone RAILROAD JAM DIES AT MERIDIAN % i Dally News Special. Meridian, Miss., May 6.—W. R. Rog aged 26 years, and a conductor ent ers, ployed on the Northeastern Railroad, died at his home v Davis street and Twenty-first avenue, from an attack of typhoid fever, at 2 oclock this morn ing. The body will be shipped to Bir mingham for interment Dy the Wagner Rlche undertaking company this after noon at 2 o'clock.