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Hattiesburg Daily Progress.
No. 2*4 HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30,1902. vol. it. COTTON GINS DESTROYED. Over Two Dozen Burned Past Several Weeks, Very Few Be ing Insured. Special to the Dally Progress. Jackson, Oct. 80. —During the drouth which baa prevailed in Missis sippi for the past aeveral weeks over two dozen cottOD gins, some of the number being very costly plants, have been destroyed by fire, and hardly a day passes that does not bring a report of a cotton gin burned, tion of property of this class is es pecially unfortunate on account of the fact that very few of the cotton gins in the state carry insurance, none of the leading companies writing busi ness of this class. The destruc Old Stoves Made New. All kinds of old stoves made new. All work guaranteed. Leave orders with Hawkins A Co., Oct. 29-4t. 1 W Wfbbord. A New Invention A Hatt.esburg citizen has invented a pump, that works automatically, for drawing water for stock. It is the most simple device in existence. B. Perkins and A. S. Woods are exhibit the model. It is iu complete order and may be seen at work at Perkins' fruit stand. It is^so com plete in simplicity that a lady or child can draw water with it, by placing water bucket on platform under water pipe. A cow or horse or stock of any kind can draw their own water by simply walking up to the trough, their weight on the platform being the power that forces the water up. After drinking all they want, their stepping off causes an automatic readjustment, leaving it ready for the a nimal i County aiid state rights for sale. I Call and see thin wonderful invention. 1 B Perkins } i A S. Woods ( Patentees.' oct29-6t < By virture of the power conferred on me as trustee, in a certain deed of trust executed by T L Montague to me, J. W. Montague, as trustee to seenre indebtebness iu favor of A M, Alexan der, M A Montague and E D Monta gne, therein mentioned of $390,00 and interest, said deed of trust date 1 ' S*pt-« 23, 1901, and recorded in book "Q" at page 141 of the 'record of deeds oi 2nd district of Perry county, Mississippi; and pursuant to the provisions of said deed of trust, (default having been made in toe payment of the indebted ness secured thereby, principal and in terest), I, the undersigned trusts as aforesaid, will on Monday, the 2nd day of November, A. D-, 1903, at the front door of tbe court house in the town of Hattiesburg, Perry county, Mississippi, proceed to sell at public out cry to the highest bidder for cash, within lawful hours, the following described lands embraced iu aud covered by said deed of truat to-wit: £g)fc two (2) in block one hundred and ten (110), of tbe Kamper & Wbinery survey of the city of Hattiesnurg, Perry county, Mississippi, together with the improvements and appurtenances there Delonging. This the 3rd day of October, A. D. jgQo J. W. Montague. >t "'" Trustee in NOTICE. M11 to 10 9 3t Citation Notice Estate of John F. Champenois, Isaac Champenois, Administrator. State of Mississippi, Perry County To Mrs O. A. Fairex, New Orleans, La.; Mrs. Valentine Hall, Louts vtillie Champenois, ville, Ky.; Chicago, III. j . , ,, You are hereby notified that tne final account of Isaac Champenois, administrator of the estate of John F. Champenois, deceased, is now on file iu the Chancery Clerk's office of the Second District of Perry county, Mississippi, and will be taken up f<>r examination and allowance, on the first Monday of December. 1903 You are therefore commanded t»> appear before the Chancery Cou<-t of Perry county, at Hattiesburg. Miss., on the first Monday of December. 1903, then and there to show cause if any you can why said final account should not be allowed aud said administrator be discharged. H. M. McCallum. Clerk of the Chancery Court of Perrv County, Mirs., Oct. 28, 4t. NOTICE TO NON-RE."!DUNCE. The State of Mississippi ToJ. M. Smiths: Yon are nereby coim»an«5* d to ap pear before the Chancer* court of Seoond Distrii t of tbe county of t erry, is eaid state in 'he ejryof Ha'tieshnrg. on the first Monday of December 1903 to defend the suit court of Fanniei '■mttha, It. which voo are defendant. ' * Thia Oot 20. W 8, H. M. -scCallum. Clerk. Oct 24 3tws NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT. Tbe State of Mississippi. To A *-x leaven Def»ndan»: Yoo are commanded to appear before tbe Chancery court of the Second Di* triet of tbe county of Perry,, in said state, att be • ourt houae in Hattieabnrg, on the first Mond »,v in December, 190®. toldefend the suit in said court <>f Mary Leavell in which you ora defendant. TbisOct 18 1903. H. M. Met ALLUM, Paul B. J HN8o», Clerk. Solicitor. oct 16 8t ORDINANCE NO. HO. AN ORDINANCE to pr< hibit the sale baiter or giving away to induce trade, of alcoholic liquors, etc., aud to repeal O'dlnance No 86. Section 1. He it ordained by the, Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the city of Hattiesburg, That it shall be unlawful for auy person to sell, barter, or give away to induce trade, any vinous, alcoholic, malt, intoxicating. i.i. or spirituous liquors, or intoxicating bitters, or O'her drinks which if drank to excels will produce intoxication. Section 2. Be it furth-r ordained. That aDV person who shall be convicted nf rl. lJtinv the fnreirnini? ordinance or violating tne loregomar ordinance "hall be punish: d by a fine of one hull dred dollars and b\ imprisonment for • hiri„ tnirty days. , . , S*-cti«-n 3. Be it further ordained. That Ordinance Nnmber h0 l *to pre ..i. vent the sale or giving away spirituous, vinous, and intoxicating liquors and diiuKs within the town of Hatties burg, Mississippi," be and the same is hereby repealed; provided, that any person who has heretofore violated said ordinance may bepuniehe thereunder Section 4 Be it fuither ordained, That this ordinance take effect and be in force from and after its passage for ttie reason that larger penalties are necessary in ord-r to suppress the traffic in intoxicating liqnors. Passed and adopted this October the 8th, 1908 Attest: A. Fairley. Clerk. An ordinance to raise revenue for the current expenses of the city of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, for and during the fiscal year 1903. Section No 1 Be it ordained by the mayor and board of aldermen of the city of Hattiesburg; that the fol low,ll « ' ev - v b « made 1or th * flscal year 1903 to-wit; General fund, 4 mills on the dollar of assessed valuation^ bthool fund 4 mills on the dollar &88F8S6u vftlijHtion. General improvement fund, 2 mills on the dollar of assessed valuation. B° nd sinking fund, 2 mills on the dollar of assessed valuation Interest on bonds 3 mills on the dollar of assessed valuation. Total, 15 mills, Section 2 Be it further ordained that this ordinance be in force and take effect fiom aud after its passage 1903. Mayor and Board of Alderman of the city of Hattiesburg, that it shall be unlawful for the owner, leasee, sub leasee, or occupant, or other person having the charge or control of aDy bouse, out-house or other building, or of any lot, or premises, to knowingly suffer or permit gambling, in any of its forms, to be carried on in such house, out bouse or other building, or on such jot, or premises Section 2, Be it further ordained, that tbe penalty for the violation of this ordinance shall be a fine of one hundred dollars and imprisonment for thirty days. Section 3. Be it further ordained, that this ordinance take effect and be in force from ; nd after its passage, for tbe reason that tbe public welfare and morals require and demand that gambling bouses and 6uch places be suppressed. Adopted and approved Oct. 21, 1903. Attest: A Fairley, Clerk J. w. Montague. Mayor pro tern. octl3-3t Ordinance 191 for the reason that it is necessary to b(-gin tlie collection of city taxes. Adopted and approved October 21, J. W* Montague, - Mayor Pro Tern. Oct 23 3tw Attest: A Fairley, Clerk. Ordinance 192 Aa ordinance to prohibit the keeping of gambling bouses and places Section 1. Be it ordained by the J. W. Montague, Mayor Pro Tern. Oct. 28. 3t. Ordinance No. 193. An ordinance to require persons op erating Coaches, Cabs, Carriages, Wagons, Drays 01 carts, in the citv for hire, to procure a license, and to number the vehicle, and provide lamps, and to provide penalties for failure to comply with the provisions oLthis or dinance. Section 1 Be it ordained by the mayor and board of aldermen of tbe cliy of Hattiesburg, that every per son desiring to operate for hire, any coach, cab or carriage, wagon, dray, cart, within the llmltse of the city, shall first procure a license so to do' which license shall be signed by the mayor and countersigned by the clerk. A record of the name of the person to whom each license is issued shall be kept, together with the num l»er of the license and the date thereof. r*-eii"ii 2 B 1 - :t further ordained tbat it hall be the duty of every per oon to w lv in a license shall be issued as provided 111 section odb of this or dinance. to have the number of such license painted on the lamps of such v. hide, in a conspicuous manner, in Utter- not less than two inches 1 nu. also on ti e left side o f the vehid* ' hb ,; - , I'> h conspicuous place ,, r less tl a. three inches long; and each veh ch ehah he piovided with lamps wln< lamps *hall be hghted everv evening at dusk, and shalM-e kept lighted so long as such vehicles shall remain on the streets, l Section 3 Me it further ordaiued | that, any person who shall violate ' any of the provisions of this ordinance, •hall upon conviction, be fined not leas than one dollar, nor more than five dollars; and each days failure to comply with tbe provi^-k.na of this or dinance shall constitute a separate violation \ Passed and adopted, this Oct. 21 A. D 1908. J. W. MONTAQtTBy Attest, Mayor Pro. Tens a. Fairley. Clerk. Oct. 28, Stir 4 to Birr: * I a new uneans ' "■ |6 BUSINESS COLLEGE. Open Entire Year. Baa the Finest Business College Building In the United States. Has superior facilities and equipments; has unequalled High-Grade, Practical Courses in Business and in Shorthand, "coSjiSt oSiSi* &2k£l BuslneasOffice.. Aiwa;* in advaace of the "up-to-dates." Beware of smattering courses. The cheap cst la not the best—The best ia the cheape.- L only s^ool wflh Actual Store and Actual Money, in which Students Keep the Books and Balance the Cash. „ Fersonal Instruction to Every Student, No Charlatanism. No Misrepresentation. Graduates Hold Leading Positions and are In General Demand. 8tndenta Aided to Positions. Business Men mppited with competent Bookkeepers and Shorthand Writers. Write for Circular*. Address. OXO. SOULS & aovg NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of thelnterior, Land Office at Jackson Miss , Sept. 21, 1903. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the circnit clerk, Perry County, at Hattiesburg, Miss , on November 4, 1903 viz: JEFFERSON GRIFFIS, H. E. No 37827, for the SE 1-4: SE 1-4 W 1-2 SE1-4& SW 1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 18, T. 2N., R. 9 west of St. Stephen's Meridian. He names the following Witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: William Bradly, Thad Deakles. Mack Newbern, Tom Deakles, all of Beaumont, Mississippi. FRED W. COLLINS. Register ■ep28 6t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, i Land Office at Jackson, Miss., - October, 3, 1803. ) Notice i a hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before tbe circuit clerk, Perry county, at Hattiesburg, Miss., on November 12, 1903, viz: PRIaNCE KENNEDY. Homestead entry No 33412, for the N 1 2 NE 1-4 Sec 21, T 3 N., R. 12 west of St Stephen's Meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuou- residence upon and cnltivation of said land, viz (4. B Weldy, bam Boulton, George perry, Nelsou Hartfield all of McCol lum Mississippi. Fred W. Collins, Register October 9 fri 5t. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, 1 Land Office at Jackson, Yiiss., > October 7, 1903. J Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of bis claim, and that s»id proof will be made before ihe circuit clerk, Perry county, at Augusta, Miss., on November 14, 1903. viz: JACK BOULTON, Homestead entrv No. 31946, for the W 1-2 of w 1-2 Sec. 8, T. 2 N., R. 9 W of St. Stephen's Meridian. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upou and cultivation of said land, viz: Wash Hartfield, Johnson Beardsley. Wash Boulton, Lee Bonlton, ail of Beaumont, Miss. FRED W COLLINS, Register. October 9 fri 5t NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION Department of the Interior. Land Office at Jackson. Miss Oct. 14. 1903. Notice is herebv given that the fol lowing named settler ba> filed notice of bis intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before tbe Circnit clerk. Perry couuty. at Aogpsta, Miss., on November 24, 1903, viz: JOS PH LAURENDINE, 11 E No. 34679, for tbe SEl 4 SE1 4 sec 32 and Si-2 SW1 4 sec 33, T 5 N, R 10 west of St. Stepben'6 Meridian. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cul ivation of said land, viz: J. T. Walley. Wesley Waters. Wiley Hinton. Willie Waters, all of Itichton, FRED W. COLLINS, Register. Miss CITATION NOTICE.: Tbe S f are of Misaiasippi. _ To Will Maugium, Defendant: Y on are commanded to appear before the Chancen court of tne Second Dis trict of Ferry couuty. m raid stue, on the first Mond .y of December, A. D. 1903, to defend the suit in said court of Eliza Maugium, wherein you are de fendant. _ This the 14th davof October, 1 903, H. M. McCallum, Chancery Clerk. oct 16 3 t NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. Stiite of Missis.«is«ippi To Lrmou Bettis, defendant. Yon are commanded to appear y e fore the Cbai ery court of the Second District of Perry County, at Hatties burg, said state, on the 3rd, Monday of I »*-o-mber. A. l». 1903, t" defeud the suit of Carrie B-ttis, whereiu you are defendant. This October 19th 1903, H M MeCallntn. Chancery Clerk. Oct. 23, 3t. it iP&BMOL IS THE BEST CLOTHING WYLER, ACKERURC & CO., fl Cincinnati. &jf Makers, Ask year Beater or Write for Booklet, G. & S. I. R. R. Co. -SCHEDULE SOUTH BOUND. No. 5 Lv Jackson 3:00 p. m., Lv Hattiesburg, 0:50 p. m., Ar Gulfport, 10:00 p m No 3 Lv. Jackson, 4:30 a. ro.. Lv Hattiesburg, 8:15 a m., Ar Gulfport, 11:16 a. m. No 1 Lv Hattiesburg, 7:42 a. m., Ar. Gulfport, 9:50 a. in. NOR1II BOUND. No. 2 Lv. Gulfport, 7 00 p. m. Lv. Hattiesburg, 9 12 p. m , Ar. Jackson, 11:55 p. m. No 4 Lv. Gulfport, 9:55 a. m., Lv Hattiesburg, 10.20 a. m , Ar. Jackson, 2:15 p. m. No, 6. Lv. Gulfport, 4:00 p. m., Lv. Hattiesburg, 7:25 p. m., Ar. Jackson, 10:00 p. m. BUY THE E Hr?** 1 SEWING MACHINE iV those who ad Donotbe (leech vertise a $60.* ; -0 Sewing Machine for $20.00. This kind of a machine can be bought from us or any: of our 1 to -f'iS.00. dealers funnel WE MAKE A VARIETY. THE NEW H0?IE IS THE BEST. nos the str»n: The Feed det n weaknr s Double I'i'i strong }K>ir s r the best h or i" > ,vi:»g >1 4 4 H : "*r GTOHSl \; ew Writs i ,; * • ■Ji wemiunu> THE].. 28 Union fct. Loui; The McLeod & Kennedy Company Hattiesburg. Mississippi. A LOVE LETTER. Would not interest you if you're look ing for a guaranteed Sal re for Soies^ Burns or Piles Otto Dodd, of Ponder. Mo., writes: 'T suffered with an ugly sore for a year, but a box of Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured me. It's the best Salve on earth. 26c at Bufkin & Caden Iied'eDrug Store. Oct.l lino A New Connection for Texas, The Texas & Pacific Railway chang ed the time of the train passing Shreve port at night, on Sunday October 18th, so that connection is now made with Queen & Crescent Route train No. 7 which arrives at Shreveport at 10:50 p m., thus giving two connections daily to all points reached by the T. & P Railway. hu *4 « . . ... ffmpe ■111 . t * FULL QUARTS ^ PURE RYE WHISKEY i 4 ML EXPRESS PREPAIU A good old whiskey of quaii.y * always needed. It is just the thing it is cssctUku n and should w In the Sick Room ■ for fainting spells, weakness and tired nerves, in the medicine chest of every famiiy#nd physick be constantly at hand. Our whiskies have always proven to give satisfaction whenever put to the test cs to their^ I urity. You have heard of this assortment of Kentucky and Pennsyi ia Ryes before, from 7 to 9 years old. We guarantee Age and Puaity. In order to introduce our goods into every home have decided to continue the "Special Low Price'" of $2.05 Give us a trial order and you AH orders are mi A] m van » I 1 Fie * 1 ® we for 4 Full Quarts, Express Paid, will be satisfied, if not your money is returned, filled promptly. No goods sent C. O. D. We sell only for cash. Everything shipped in plain boxes. Glass and corkscrew Write for new catalogue. Our full quarts are sealed measures containing 32 ounces each. I a free. m} j r I Glendale Springs Distilling Co., | 'a IIJ ■/■EM Atlanta, 8a. ThirS National Bank, Southern Express Aser.t. REFERENCES: ,>A T fin ■ar The Worlds Fair Route M a V 1 IN STATION ST.L0VIS CAIRO® fjywQNTSOMERY f ®nOBIlC NEW ORLEANS ThrOuQh Sleepers New Orleans to St. Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. .0:10 8. m .7:36 a. m :W p. in :04 p. m Leaves N ew Orleans Arrives St. Louis...., The Shortest and Best Line. Libraru Observation Gars. Dining Cars, Meals a la Carte, Our train leaves from Depot foot of Press street. Take car i>n Caroudelet or bourbon streets. MAKE NO MISTAKE Ticket offif-e: 229 St. Charles, Cor ner Gravier, Phone 3039-11. Opposite Telegraph Offices. Lucien Roland, a. T. A. F. E, Guedry, D. P A. I..J. t Lt. ■I THE NEW WAY, 9 f i I —SCHEDULE— In Effect, Sunday, September uu, 1903 SOUTH BUND DAILY. No. 1 leaves Hattiesburg, 815 a. in. arrives at Mobile, 12:25 p- in. No. 3 leaves Hattiesburg, 3 On p. m. arrives at Mobile, 7 20 p. m. NORTH BOUND DAILY. No. 2 leaves Mobile, 7:10 a. m. rives at Hattiesburg, 11:15 a. m. No. 4 leaves Mobile, 4:10 p. m rives atHattiesburg, 8:20 p. m. ar ar-; W. D. Stratton, Pres't and General Nanager, Mobile, Alabama. L. B. Sullivan, General Passenge Agent, Mobile, Alabama. _ __ rne one Day ojici throiM uk 6 Keimotffc fcaauv 4 »k*ra» ! r -ir colds and sore - viIim Laxative Quinine •r'Aji and oaicklv «»ra K ftik and Oyster c„ % W tolesali S lippers ot * FRESH OYSTERS TURTLES, CRABS AND SHRIMP MOBILE, ALABAMA Sepll SmoFr P. & L. R. R. R. CO. TIME TABLE NO. 7. Taking Effect Sunday,- Oct. 4, 181W. WESTBOUND Traiu No. 1 leaves Hattiesburg 8:13 p. in.; arrives at Sumrall 4:15 p. «».; arrives at White Sand 6:0o p. m. Train No. 3 leaves H»»tiesburg 6:10 a. m ; arrives at Sumrail 7:30 », arrives at Prentiss i 1:80 p m. Train No, 7 leaves Hattieahnrg 10-10 a. in.; arrives at Sumoall 11:35 a. m. EASTIP >UND > | Train No. 2 leaves White Sand 6:14 j a. m.; at rives at Suiurall 8 :30 a in ; I arrives at Hattiesburg 9:20 a in Train No 8 leaves Prtutira 12:80 p. in ; arrives at Suniiall 2'5'> y in.; ar rives at Hattipsbnrg 6:50 p, in. Train No. 10 bav-n Scuuail 1 e it*.; arrives at Hattiesburg 2:20 p. in Nos. 1. and 2 daily. Others dally except Sunday. at ; HJake Ho Mistake BUT SEE THAT YOUR TU.'KR-I REkDS VIA mm i rbroucjb >*• 1 -TO /AST TIME, CLOSE CONNECTIONS, THROUGH SLEEPERS For full information call on von; nearest Queen A Crescent Tlcse. ■nt or address , J. Anderson, A. G. P. A., NEW ORLEANS I > GEO. H SMITH, G.P. A., NEW ORLEANS | N. O. & N. E. R. R. 1 TIME TABLE. In Effect August 8. q leaves. . No. 4 leaves.. No. 2 leaves.. NORTHBOUND. .. 10:20 a. m. ..12:20 p. in. . .10:53 p. m. SOUTHBOUND. .. 5:00 a. m .. 11:00 a. iu ..12:20 p. m .. 4:40 p. in j No. 1 leaves.. No. 6 arrives . No. 5 leaves.. No. 3 leaves..