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HE EXPLAINS.
Mr. W. A. Dozier Tells
What He Knows.
A BOSTON PAPER INVESTIGATES
The Merits of Vinol—A Subject
That is Agitating the Whole
Country.
[From the Bo*ton Herald ]
There has reached us minors of a
new discovery. Something that will
revolutionize the practice of medicine
A remedy that has given sufferers I
from wasting diseases hopes of re
newed health and prolonged life.
Of enongh importance have these
stories appeared that a special inter
view with Mr Dozier of Hattiesburg,
who is interested himself in this new
pieparation which is called \ inol, was
thought advisable.
Our reporter had no difficulty in
finding Mr. Dozier's placeof business.
The first man he met said: "Oh yes.
Mr. Dozier is the man who has the
wonderful new reme iy that veil! cure
everything that people always thought
cod "liver oil would hell," *nd he was
speedily directed to Doziers enter
prising and busy establishment. Mr.
Dozier's business from the word go,
but rather objected to the fame of his
-reparation being spread abroad as a
iscovery. ,
"Why," said Mr Dozier, "this is
no more a new discovery than "as
the moon when it was first viewed
through a telescope. The discovery
existed simply in the fact of finding
out a means ot getting at the truth
we were after. Perhaps the method
might be considered a discovery, but
what we have found has been known
for years, ami It is uotfiiug mote nor
the valoable medicnal
properties that have always existed
in the cod's liver, and for which cod
liver oil has been prescribed by so
many physicians. You see it is just
this 'way. Cod liver oil (perhaps you
have taken it your elf) is something
that is very valuable in all sorts of
wasting diseases, and in itself is ex
tremely disagreeable \\ hy 1 firmly
believe that a great many eases of
consumption, even, could be cured if
it were possible for t he patient to take
enough cod liver oil to let Its virtues
before manifest. For those who have
a tendency to sore throat, bronchitis,
coughs, colds, for every one of > n
aneniac disposition, it has always
been considered as simply invalua
ble; and yet it has more often been
necessary to abandon its use than it
has been possible to devise a way of
administering it.
Two eminent
y:
dl
less than
chemists
in the
French
started in and got interested
matter, ami after years <»f -tudy ih*-\
have succeeded in extracting lrom
the liverof cod just what i- me ess ary.
aud have left behind that obnoxious,
greasy, vile—tasting fatty matter, the
thought of wh ch eveu has. turtisd tile
stomachs of thousands. I hat is all
We have just t he tiling at
We have found a way of git
over now.
last.
ting the kernal out of the nut.
This Vinol that is so much talked
11 is tiie
about is just exactly that,
concentrated essence
found in the cod's liver that does tla
good. The grease is like the shell of
the nut, absolutely useless, only it is
different from the shell of the nut,
because, besides being u-eless it is * x
tremely obnoxious and disagreeable
to sight, taste and smell.
VVe have now taken this extract and
put a sufficient quantity of it, in a de
licious tasting table wine. We have
also added a small amount of organic
This heightens the tonic effect
The extract of the cod's
liver comes in just the right propor
tion to do the greatest amount of
good. "Here, drink this," said Mr.
Dozier, as lie reached for a bottle aird
poured forth what appealed to be. and
which smelled like, a delicious, rich
wine.
The reporter hesitated, rhe thought
of livers, or anything to do with them,
brought back memories ot the pas',
when he himself had made heroic
struggles to take that awful medicine.
"Go ahead and drink it,' said Mr,
The reporter did so, and
"Yes, I kt«.w, but that
is all right. I thought you w. re go
ing to give me some of that Vinol you
were talking about, and d d not know
that it was your custom n> rent a man
interviewing you, to a drink lik,
that."
Mr. Dozier laughed.
Vinol that you have taken
know that part of what i have tout
It did not tn-te o«d, dm
of medicine
iron,
of the wine.
Dozier,
looked up.
"Well, that is
N<*w you
yon is trim,
it?" And it surely did not. "Now ''
said Nr. Dozier," "let me tell you
something else. You hav* ju>t tai en,
condensed, of the curative principles
of the cod's liver what you would find
in fifty per cent of its volume ot cod
You can therefore imagine
that it is necessary to lake
dy, bow much easier it Will be IO de
rive benefit from it than it used 10 be
when cod 1 1 ve 1 oil was auministereu.
j)o you realize that humeri* you
obtained a small proportion of these
same curative properties in a whole
Doesn't that tell
liver oil
tuis reme
pint of horrible oil?
the story to yon?
"You will have to excuse me uow ,
for, as you see, I am nn»re than driv
en. Of course I am getting the ad
vantage of the discovery by being di
rectly connected with the Boston
house."
The reporter thanked nr. D< zier for
his kindness, and left him, wondering
to himself whether af er nil a man
had to be burn on purpose u be f»m
ous, or whether notoriety and good
fortune did not sometimes come as a
matter of luck.
MUST GO
An A-l new residence, 7 rooms, 3
acr.s land,on Mem street. Makegood
truck carden. Price, $1200 See
J. F. MOURE.
Save money buy buy ing from maun
facturers. Kidman & Co., of M« i-ilc
own the only distill*ry in South Ala
bama, Their special brands are "Gol
den Feathers," "Mur ,«»ck Hid,'
"Marcehal Neil," "Re- < won," "11K
Spring Hill Corn," " pring Hill's
Beet." Send am w here fmni $2 00 up to
them for a gatloD, and your money's
worth, according to gra te called for
bv size of remittance will be sent
oc 26 Hi
you.
Notice.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Notional Bank of Commerce of Hat
tiesburg wib be held in the hanking
rooms of said b nk. Nov. 23r 1 1903, for
the purpose of oecidlDg whether or uot
the capital of the bank will be increas
ed an additional amount ofJtw-enty-fi\ e
thousand dollars, or fractional part
thereof. AH are requested to attend.
F W. Footi < ishFr
J. P CABTER, -r.sidcot.
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Nice!)'
Will cut 5,000 fl per acre,
blocked and immediately on
railroad.
16 1-4 acres nice land near city lim
its with fivp bouses that rent for $30.
per month, price $1800. Several farms
40 to 200 acres. Several nice houses
in best part of citv, prices from $1,000
to $5,000. Residence lots in all parts
of the city-. Business lots that cannot
be equalled by any real estate people
in Hattiesburg.
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CARTER & KENNEDY,
HATTIESBl'RG. MISS.
Phone 95. Norman Building.

Oct24-lmo
O K
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The Best Brick on the Market.
Manufactured in Hattiesburg and
Thus Saving Big Freight Bill. . .
We Are Prepared
to Furnish in Any Quantity a
very High Grade of Building Brick
Plant Lore ted on West Pine Street Hattiesburg.
Brick Manufacturer
and Contractor. :
T. P. Crymes,
July »7
. .DIXIE MARBLE CO.
M. J. McGRATH, Manager.
Marble, Stone and Granite Dealers .
Monuments, Tombstones, Etc.
Iron Fencing.
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Mississippi .
Hattiesburg,
io-8-3m
M
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me peerless steam Launflu
• MOBILE. ALABAMA.
:as diet.'
- -WZE: Ex.E'X'XTXS.ltT ENnEEL-Z-THI2T&
We have a cheap rate of Express
Write us for further particn
Out of town orders solicited,
age on all ?o»ds leading into Mobile.
Our Hattiesburg representative is
ar*.
MRS. E- J. SMITH, Klondyke Hotel
JUST
RECEIVED
A CAR OF
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See Our Line Before
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You Buy
RESPECTFULLY,
HATTIESBURG HARDWARE GO.
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THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL.
A. E. SCttAMBER, Proprietor
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Free Bath and ample Room- Rates $2.00 per Day.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED.
ELECTRIC BELL SYSTEM.
ample accommodation for traveling men.
Hattiesburg, - Mississippi.
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IS
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Fifteen yoke oxens four 8 wheel log
wagons and two 4 wheel log wagons
all in irood condition.
Apply to McLaurin Lumber t o.,
Heckla Miss. Oct. 22. 6t.
— jonnston s Sarsaparilla is the moSi powei Ia«
olood parifiei knot-n. Use it- and keep vn*d
ilood care' Onart a Mes.
PROFESSIONAL,
PHYSICIANS AND SIRGE0NS.
Dr. Harriet M. Conner, Osteopatblst
ll7 3rd Street. Graduate of the Ameri
can school. Kirksville, Mo. Phone 178 .
s23-l-mo.
Dr. E. Dill, Physician and Surgeon—
Office with Hattiesburg Drug Co, L't'd.
Phones: Offce, 64; Home. 32. Hatties
| bnrg, Mi is.
Louis H. Howard, M. D., Physician
i and surgeon—Specialist in diseases of
Office in Tnr
of women and children.
building, np stairs. Kesidence phone
|ll4; office 46. Honr* 0 a. m to 12 m;
Hattiesburg, Miss.
ner
l:30 to 4 p m.
o.
D. E. SULLIVAN
W. ELLIS
til I is & Sullivan,
ATTORNEY'S-AT-LAW.
Offices over Ferguson's real estate office.
Miss.
i Hattiesburg, -
H. V. I,EVERETT
R. S HALL
Hall & Leverett,
LAWYERS.
Office in Carter Budding
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ATTORNEYS-ATLAYV.
Greene H. Huddleston.— Practice
in the counts of Hattiesburg; Perry
| County; the courts of all the counties
in the state and the Supreme court
iat Jackson.
Stevens & Stevens, (H. StuartStevens
J Morgan Stevens)—Office up stairs in
Stevens Building, No. 107 Front Street
Hattiesburg, Miss.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
G. C, Robertson—District No. 2—
C -art days 2ud and 4th Saturdays in
each month. Office in Court heuse.
! Hattiesburg, Miss.
GARTER NURSERY,
S. P. CARTER. Prop
General line of best varieties
FRUIT TREES. Prices made
on application.
HATTIESBURG. MISS
Box 37.
oct8-lm
W. T- ROBERTS
Contractor and Builder.
Does all kinds of building and re
pairing. Address me care General
Delivery or call at my home, 547
West Fouth st. Will estimate on any
! work on any' railroad line leading in
! to Hattiesburg. sep26-lm
ARCHITECT
HA i i I KM!l 1IG, * oVIlisS.
Office over Dixie
Marble Works....
A. M. Cook
O. 1). Gunn
Hattiesburg Jewelry Company.
\ WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL
j WATCHES, CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, LNGRAVERS
AND REPAIRERS.
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- - DIAMOND DEALERS AND DIAMOND SETTERS * -
Prompt Attention to All.
MISSISSIPPI.
'jsjjENivSffrr;
Mail Orders Solicited.

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HATTIESBURG,
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Standard Rotary
Y
Sewi ng Machines,
Go Carts and
Prices
to Suit the
Season.
Just
Received, a
Nice Loth
A
Rocking Chairs.
We can supply all your wants in the Furniture line, tor we
have a fine stock consisting of the latest and up-to-date designs,
attractive in appearance and lowest^in price. Cash or on
easy payments.
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Hattiesburg Furniture Co.
„ Honlatae Bid*, Main 8*.
feblO
J.G. NAPIER, Manager.
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mcmillan bros. co.
Southern Copper Works
"*S!5SSSS! Turpentine Stills
fUsand extra ket*le«, cap* arms. »orm., foraa««
door* and grate* alway* on hand. OldjtUto U«aa
part paynaentjor new wort ai d repal rlngd one
in the country. Heavy coppersmith log, ****** P*JJ
and special copper work. «heet copper, braea,le*4
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Notice is hereby given that Mr. R
J. Collins is a regularly authorized
local and traveling agent, vested with
power of attorney to make any deal
or contract in the paper's name.
J. J. Haynib, Editor and Prop.
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BARGAINS.
A nice ten room boarding house
for rent or sale, any one who will
keep it right can get all the twenty
dollar per month boarders they can
accommodate. Rent $45. per month
or will sell for $3,500, $1,000 cash,
balance payable $60. per month, io
per cent interest per annum.
Also have twenty=five other
good bargains.
Respectfully.
THOS. M. FERGUSON.
rp r y a gallon of Kohlinan & Co.'s
"Old Coou Rye," price $2 00, delivered
at your station, all charges prepaid.
Address, Kohluian & Co , Mobile, Ala.
Jus
W. R. McDonald
ESTABLISHED M9J.

Complete line of DIAMONDS, tine American
WATCHES, solid gold and filled cases. Jewelry
of all kinds, Silverware and Cut Glass.

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CALL AND SEE MY STOCK.
Respectfully,

507 Main St.
w. r. McDonald,
oot-tu 1 ■>
ffiHiW W y f Wf^ WiWffWliilMW
The One hay Cold Ourr , indigestion, dyspepsia au<l biliousness qakr&
KermotVs Chocolates Laxative Qim.:nr rot r yield to the cleansing and purifying qualities
told in *N head and sura throat Ca-ur-.' contained in Johnston's Sarsaparilla. Quart
ake LhviT Stcsol %Jttles.'
We want yon
ifl
to know
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thatourShoes
are
Good Shoes
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No shoe dealer can give you any
better values than we do
All Goods marked in Plain Figures.
We fit the foot. We solicit your
Shoe Business.
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523 Main Street.
OCtS >EU
R. A. Emmons.
M. C. Emmons.
The Mississippi Broom & Mattress Factory,
M. C. EMMONS & CO , Proprietors.
manufactuers of
All Grades of Brooms & Mattresses.
No. 2506 FRONT STREET.
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All Ordert, received by mail given special attention.
All Bills Subjects Draft il not paid within 30 day*.
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