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TAMING A BAD MAN.
Henry Starr, Notorious Outlaw, Reforms and Marries an Indian Girl. Henry Starr, leader of the Starr baud of outlaws, notorious in the In dian Territory, twice convicted of mnrder aud with many robberies, for oue of which lie served a term of fif teen years in the penitentiary, behind him, has reformed aud taken him an Indian wife. She belongs, says the Chicago Inter Ocean, to society reports in the Indian Territory call a prominent Cherokee family, and she is one of the pretttiest girls in all tlio Territory as well. of a seminary what the She is « gradnats and is bright and interesting, and ha. reformed Henry Starr. He in-t her when lie was compelled to ask for a night's lodging at her aunt's home a few months ago, and no misdeeds have been recorded The other day be against him since, and the Indian girl had a wedding in the hotel at Muskogee, and everybody agreed that they were the handsome t pair ever seen in the town sinre it Now they have gone to was a town. Starr's firm to settle down to a quiet life. Everybody in the Indian Territory and a great many people outside of it know the fame of the Starr gang. The band terrorized Tex is Southern Kausas and the states adjoinug for years. Sam Starr got the gang to gether aud was reckoned the leader, hut his wife. Belle Starr, was lie brains of the enng. Sam Starr was killed fourteen years ago by a desperado named Wat son, a fugitive from justice whom he had befriended, soon afterwards, while United States deputy masrhals were seeking her in vain. Then Henry was looked upon as the leader of the band. His daring was admired even by who were looking for When Iip killed Deputy Floyd duel eight years ago, against him, though he was captured and tried for the killing, but no juij him, and he was cleaned lias reformed, lie says, and won't lead outlaws any more. - Memphis Si imi tar. Belle Starr died • the officers him. Wilson in a with the odds would convict Now hu DISA^TR' US WRI ;•>. Cari-lesiness is responsibl for a railway wreck and the shim are making human wrecks from broat anti Long tr iv - since th** advent of Dr K New Di-n v ry for C''ngh8 a l C>dds, even tin w i - can be cured, nd hopeless resi * n is no longer neces-ary. Mis Cragg, of Dor hester Mass , is many whose life was -av.-d by Dr King's New Discovery. T his gre: t remedy is gnarante*d for all and Long diseases by Bufkin X ( h n heatl. Druggist. Price 50c. an Trial bottle free Gen. S. D Lee's Addiess Thu V T ickshurg Evening Post pays the following deserved tribute to Gen. S. D. Lee: One of the beet addresses slivered at the Massachusetts monun ent dedi cation ceremonies last Sal unlay was tliut of Gen. Stephen D. Lee. of Mis- ! •issippi, vvl.o is one of the gteatest of the figliting heroes of the Confederate side during the terrible wai, aud who was especially ideutifid with the im- ; portant events around Vicksburg, i Geu. J.e^'s addiess was especially felicitous, appropriate and eloquent, aud was delivered with a fervor that made i all the moro attractive. It pleased the assemblage, and was more heartily applauded by the vi itois and the home people than nnv of the other 1 addresses, a*l of which were excel lout. Gen Lee s pero.ation was beautiful; hoasid: My frieuds. I have grown to love the grounds, to which the coming yeais will give addtd beauty; tins home of the dead, where sweet rest holds sway ; tins he oic city, iramoi talized by American va'oi ; tins ma jestic stream, sweeping fiom the lakes to the g If. nnd bearing upon bur broad boson tlse leetnng lift and products of a happy, fiee and uuu d people " Misisssippi has uot been ns appre ciate of its grand men and great heroes as are many of the uoithe n and wcestern states. If Massachusetts or Ohio had a citizen like Stephen D. Lee they would have bad inm fo govetnor or sent him to ihe United Stares senate long ago. But since the advent of the Lee silver caze and Biyanism in this state eight or n nc years r go. great men aud -plemlid heroes Ike Lee have bad to take back seats while mental pigmies aid characterless peauut politicians have come to the fiout and occupied and disgraced many of the highest places NOT A SlClv D \Y >INCE. "j was taken severel} sick *v lb ki i ney trouble 1 tried all s^rte of o ed ictnes, non*- of wtucb relieved n.e On< day 1 saw an ad. of yonr Electric Bit ters and determine I to try that Aft* r taking a few doses I felt n li v*-d Mid soon thereafter w s entirely I'tneo. aud have not seen adcn day since Neigh hors of mine hav-- been cor* d of Itbeu mati-ni, Neu algia Live ami Kiduev_j troubles and General * ebilitx ' This iswhat B F Bass of Frenn*n» N C. writes. Only oOc, at Bulkin and Caden bcad Druggist. H , f IF . r on - n of o ■ Oil. I'iiro-it * t 0 i ( I p. 4 » ft e nr : I non-resident NOTICE. State of Mississlssippi. To Lemon Rettis, defendant, you Hte'ictupmgnded to appear K e fore the Chat. *ery eourt of the Second District of Perry County, at Hatties burg, said state, on the 3rd, onday of December, A. D. 1903, to defend the suit of Carrie Bettis, wherein you are defendant I bis October 19th 1903, H. M McCailnin. a Chancery Clerk. A RUNAWAY BICYCLE Terminated with an uglv cot on the leg of J. B Orncr. Frank in Drove, III. 'll developed a stm-born nicer tinvield ini? to doctors and remedies for four j years. Then Bncklen n Arnica Salve cured. Its just a- good for Burns, Scalds, skin Eruptions an ' Piles. 25c" at Bufkin <% Catlenhe id's D r ng Stor**. of DENTIST RY= i ■ E. J. MITCHELL, DENT I S 7 , Hattiesburg, Miss. Prepared to do all kinds of work pertaining to the Den tal profession. Teeth extract ed and filled without pain. All Work Guaranteed. i nnv. IS i in t j < | > < ) ■ 1 ii ,i 'Phone 237 FOR GROCERIES. t ■ - Macon Butter Sunshine Flour \ D. C. BEAUCHAMP, 126 Front Street, HATTIESBURG, - - MISS < < . - BOV IS Irn Town Talk • • • * 7 T V o !-: o w w r ;V y\ •lift - 'T '• 'cSA 7 / \ r A >-c W/i / -• J I 1 •X : \ A -c X * • 'V, 1 ! Wh ; i 1 STEAM AND HOI' r a b mi y U . k t v |.< nd ! Ti L . q mI ; r R i.d . it l ! ! On- I a . , _ v. il • •. t u • if l\ Ii i ' W , e i IF ii absolute ' 1 TOW N i Al.K I i' ('ll .1 grorer d'*'sn't m-i-j ki d!\ Mi o get it f >r you 1I.\WK I S vY CO SOLF. AGENTS KOH HA'! IF.-i i i.G J. L. Kearney 1 i y n * H % -^Vr H. If' in r IK. |j ■ Oi *, ilse ■: ii tea s 1 ; ® f In ai iy PLUnBLNUi, V -TER hr TING, TIN AND kiHEET METAL ORKER. i See Kearney and iiave yonr house got te re* 1 Sm-ei-d a tee out * f rovi n '■ I' ell tion orders. to r o <>\ !>!?. riion- 234 nov. 5 |jr (r*c- ■ P. & L. R. H H. CO. T|rv:E 1 ABl L M . 7. Taking Effect iinu! *y. 1 r 4, ieO WEETBi UN 11 Train No. 1 leave- Haltie«hnrg 3:15 p. lit ; m riv Fit Sm* a I 4:15 i m.; unve- at SVIiite San*1 6:0o p. m. irain No 8 hares h»<H es urg 6:io ^ 4 ,M , a i'* *' '' '• J1 > » , r v* I '1- l •? !•. ' . the Train No, 7 |e iVi - * attiesbui g 10:10 ft in.; arrives at Suit e 11 1! : 35 a. m. end w ici I., ii'vn 1 ^ 1 „ v n -> .. l\ lorn -Ju ml ff -45 • " - 1 H ' V O ° est ; in vfh iU Stui i rail " :Av) ft. in.; - a! H*'tit-bnru 9:30 a. in prtn*;ii. i o ■ o n 1 . I ? , n , ■ U •*' P* . .»r lv< s at on ip ;nl' _ pH p u. ; ur vr*. jit 'Httiei-burg 5:50 p. m. liain \ 10 Ihmvi « Summil 1 n in • in V |J .1* A • • "trives at Hattiesburg 2:20 p m NO- 1 >*Uil 2 riftily. Others daily e <* epr -Sunday. " tu nr riv - reesm t, aJL -rfftw vyy-rwNwrs rr wHrrrr- rr Meridian Fertilizer Factory. 1 5 Hattiesburg Branch. M oufacturers of fertilizer^,. Oil Mill Products. EA ING BRAN is OF FERTILIZERS: I *■ i • -..I p. Meridian Home Mixture. fa tieiiburg Ammonatcd Mixture With Bone— (H-A-M Bone) M idian Blood and Bone. V idiiin Soutlicrn Soluble. Mt ridian Vegetable Grower. Mt-iidian Southern Phosphat Oct so s mo —— ■ a. •- V T 5 Cents Per Liw ¥ t* \g* illllV the III. four j 25c" Advertisements Wilt be inserted on<1*»r this hesdir t at 'he rata of FIV K CKXTS PF. K LINK BACH INSKKTIOX, 1 X ADVANCE FOR SALE BEVEU\L PAIRS rare black kvng shar.g chickens Phon • 310. .Nov.12 61. OLD PAPER;-, done tip in packages o t WO. for sale at! he Progress office. FOR RENT SPACE in this pa^er at popular rates. Nice furnished front rooms foi rent orT' Main street. Address A. ii. care of Progress. m>v. J. lot. THRKF ROOM s furnished or unfurntsh ed. Apply K. Pi g office N >v 'i. St rooms for reutv suitable I for office-. up '•tolls over toy drug store j lor full particulars call i ii me UGV 11 lit 1 too a e 'a m i W. A Dozier WANTED ! TWO THAN LUNG salesmen >n each state j Peiuia nl pi'sili'>na; ;, 0 and expenses. (Central Tobacco Works Co., Ponicks, Va« Xov. 19 -st j GET IX OX the ground floor. I want 400 < | men and women beiwi eo the ages of IS and ; > tio to jO'O the ••OtiluiulJan vVoodman" to be! < oreuii zed at once in* Hattiesburg. Sixty ) (ipplicants already secured. The linest p'an ! ■ f fra'er i'll iu-urance l lOiow of. The do-| fici- In Jhc-r fraternal orders that cause, your aKse»>mem» to Increase and come of-j r thi . • a month baste been remedied I in ill,nrrrngement of -•Columbian Wood men" insurance T'.velv <» assessments it year. J'sm pies: Age 10 tola, or. a 1 1,00) policy. | per inoiii •. iii policy, thirty cents per month Agt* 30 on u J3.0OOpolicy. ! 41.5 asse.ssm, nt. Age 10, 4260 for 45.000 poll- i cy Call to see me, all \\ ho wish to ioin, and j 1 will show yon why It is the best and why ii is the cheapest and why the total coat of ,i decreases en.-b j * ar for ti • e y« n rs. Ileum l iu deg i -i < and tit social features arc ex cel •• nt i ii i.l General f r >i i> .>f .Mississippi. AT XU bu.iriit r te t ■ - \ J i , M. G ATLIN, < < M .11 i 1 c street, two gentlemen Acblrers . L. Boyd. city. Nov.lt)2t - o <t thou - 'Nb mor -nb-crinersto the j ail) Progr in the cl : HatMesbur*. —:--—.—-— -— \\ 1 WANT t , bnv n;! klmis of secuna W e i iiwcil Furniture & Storage Co., nov7-ltu baud furniture and bou.-t-hold goods, pay cash uiO Mobi!" Street. * LOST pr.-eais '•» OHTUXIVY i retur that ■J .: >u CJI 1,*I fei vest is * nl !-: FOUND Fitly \ J>V Kl.TIsl X its t tie t ; \ I in Ii C I 5 t lit IS t. «T ! A, ISC LI.1 .M.DL'3 r . r.W i !* » >i*i rn* D||IS I IjU t ! »iJ . Huir> u i. alleiSB . \\ . ( h nuy ••'bur, ti is i i tin Yit l-lll 1 M • I I V : \ ti X A"- • • i-ri . > 1. t r <: i ■ > i s. 1 - f> I I >K S ui hav Im ii « ii 1 d ll. is ti »• l » i. .)• D f- R SAi.b U RENT sal- or t. •'• ee ry <*f - he irliti'r In ' he \ I I. •• e |irt if I i ' ny • 11 •u I j i n T ' i il . • *! t -t. ;boldeis of tin flat A iuf. i i»> 1 Noiiotiai 11 uk of 1 'ouimerce oi w ; he helrl Ml ihe 'lank'Iltf tjesbnrg. 23 1 I 1903. r or • er or r* i n r k N* v f v\ | J 1 ilHTF 4- t ' ■ ' *> * a i » tt ,«, T ii-.cmmal jmt A I -re leqio 'ed lo attend. I W. Foot . <'ashler. .1. P. ( AKIER. President. < I hereof. Oi t. 17th, 19u3. IGo I., J. i L C. nr. "Til E NEW WAY," —SCHEDULE— In Effect, Sunday, September 2U. 1!X)3 SOUTH BUND DAILY. No I leaves Hattiesburg, 8 15 a. in arrives at Mobile, 12:25 p til. N-> 3 leaves Haiti* st-iirg, 3 05 p. m ai i vr- -t Mobile. 7 2 >' p. ill. NORTH BOUND I) II.Y. No. 2 leaves Mobile, 7:10 a. in. ar i ive- ar Hattiesburg, 11:15 a. rn. No. 4 leaves Mobile. 4:10 p. m. ar rives at Haiti* slung, 8:20 p m. \V D. Sfration, P'.—'t ami General Nauager, Mobile, Alabama. It. Kmlivan, I. era i I'iis-enu e Acel.t. M ile. Alabama TO ENTER ^ e w Orleans. La. Open Entire Year. Has the Finest Business College Building In the United Stales. Ilue snj i rior facilities and tquipmeiits ; has unequalled High-Grade, iTactical Courses in Bus-in ess and in shorthand. end has an uuexcelled lacultv Conipleie College Batik uml Business Offices. Alwa\s in advance of the "np-to-dates." Beware of smattering courses. The cheap est Is not the bcst.-The best is the chcnpe t. only School with Aetna! store and Actual Money, in which Students Keep the Books and Hal, nice the -< 'ash. Personal Instruction to Every Student. No Charla'anism. Xo Misrepresentation, Graduates Hold Leading Positions and are in General Demand. Stn'Ients Aided to Positions. Business Men supplied with competent Bookkeeper* and Shorthand Writers. Write for Circulars. Address. GKO. SOULE Sc SONS. BUSINESS COLLEGE. - ™fes« PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Dr E Dill, Physician and Surgeon— OflBce with Hattiesburg Drag Co, L't'd. j Phonee: Offce, 64; Home. 38. Hattles I hnrg, Mi s. ATTORNEYS-ATLAW. D. E. SULLIVAN G. W. ELLIS Ellis & Sullivan, AT10RXEY'S-AT-LAW. < iffices over Ferguson's real estate officu Hattiesburg, - t Miss. orT' J. M. STEVENS II. S. STEVEXS Stevens & Stevens, ATORNEY'S-AT-LAW. Stevens Building, iCT Front Street, Hattiesburg, I j Miss Green B. Huddleston, ATTO RNE Y-A T-L A W. ! j Hattiesburg, Office over Hightower & Ciawfoad. Miss. H. V. Leverett. hall & Leverett, A TTO RN E YS- A T-L A W. R, S, HALL. ; ! , . I Federal, | . „ A, A. HEARST. ! i j Will practice In all courts. State and Office 122 East Front Street. Miss. Hattiesburg, 13. E. Eatox. Hearst & Eaton ATTORNEYS AT LAW Will practice in all courts, State and J Federal. Office 122, East Front St., O'Ferrall Building. H V.TTIESBURC+, MISSISSIPPI. T. B. Johnson, -ATTORN EY-AT-LAW Will practice in all courts. State and j Federal Office: George Bldg, Front St B u ... Hattiesburg.. Miss. D. G. McLaurin. Hart field & McLaurin Geo. Ilartfield. Office in Court House. Atior eys for City of Hattiesburg. Attorneys for Board of Supervisors. eneral piactice in all of the We have in our office ab D > courts. strai ts of ail deeds to property in the city which ware recorded in Augusta ! prior to ihe building of 'be court house v.r Hattiesburg,andean furnish abstracts on short notice. D T Currie N T ( URRTE Currie & Currie AT CRN EYS AT LAW. I ,>i j• i;*< 11 c ii all com fa. State and j Offio ; O'Ferrall Duilding t i- ei'criii. F" i Street. Miss. Hattiesburg. JUSTICE OF IHE PEACE , Robertson—District No. 2— D nrt dins 2nd and 4th Saturdays in Office in Court each month. Hattiesburg, Miss. NO!I> E TO NON RESIDENCE. T ir Srat* of Mississippi. To.J. M. Srniiha; Y'ou are hereby commanded to ap before the Chancery court of flea v .nd Dii-trii» of the < onntv of Ferry, -laid s ate in he city of Hartieslmrg, tie ffist Monday of < -ecember 1903, (bl nd the suit ccjrt of Fannie uiitlM, i sviiich yon are defenuaut. This Oct 20. 1903. H. M. McCallum. II II* tt Clerk. Ort 24 M GfHtTER NURSERY S. P. CARTER. Prop. General line of best varieties FRUIT TREES. Prices made on application. HATTIKSBLRG, miss Box 37 oct8-ln-. Architecture and modern for all Write or Practical class of buildings, call on Patrick Henry Weathers, Century Bulidlng. Jackaon Miss N The Worlds Fair Route jk ■m m lA ■j: 5T.LOV1S®VNION station HJ CAIRO •) ftctm: F ©M0BIIE NEW Off LEAN 5 i JACKSONVttl® Tkro qH Sleepers : ew Orleans to St Louis WITHOUT CHANGE. 9:10 ft. m. ,7:30 b. m 7:30 p. m 7:04 p. m TiOat-es New Orleans Arrives dt. Louis_ The Shortest and B* st Line. LiDraru Observation Gars. Dining Cars, Meals a la Carte, Our train leaves from Depot foot of Press street. Take car on Carondelet or bourbon streets. MAKE NO MISTAKE Ticket office: 299 St. Charles, Cor Gravier, Phone 8639 11. Opposite ner Telegraph Offices. Lccien Boland, A. T. A F. E. Guedry, D. P. A —■ flarx Produce Co. Wholes* e PRODUCE, FRUITS AND GROCERIES. SPECIALTIES: Floor, Sugar, Molasses, Rice, Coffee, Meats, Canned Qoodt Etc. Mobile, Ala. 60, N. Water St. nov, 7 3 mo. = me one Day owO Cuin*. vr colds sad sore tkroat «e K« Robt. E. Lee 9 ARCHITECT HATTIESBURG, : MISS., Office over Dixie Marble Works.... W. T. ROBERTS Contractor and Builder. Does all kinds of building and re pairing. Address me care General Delivery or call at my home, 647 West Fonth st. Will estimate on any work on any railroad line leading in sep26-lt« to Hattieiibnrg. m m IF YOU ARE Interested in the money making business either as a buver or seller of real estate or bor rower or lender of money.it would yay you to consult an authority on values, titles and other matters of importance when about to BUY or SELL REAL ESTATE in the (MAGIC city of HATTIESBLIRG, our experience will be of great interest to you. I have made a special ty of this particular line of business for a number of years. I nave a fine list of houses for rent, sale or exchange, the inspection of which will save yon much time and trouble looking for WHAT you WANT, if you will coine to see tne at onco I will put you on the RIGHT TRACK along this line, I keep in direct touch with the money center and have recently placed several thous and dollars I can put your IDLE MONEY to work or if you are a borrower I can find some other mans idle money for you. Notwithstanding the fact that some people complain of dull business, I have sold Eight Thousand Four Hundred aud Fifty Dollars worth of property this week, several lots as ch^ap as Oue Hundred Dollars per lot, this ii u >t so much the sign of great prosperity as it is tbefaetthat the people khow WHERE TO DO THEIR BUSINESS. It is onr mission to cle-l fair and square with the buyer and seller. In order to be al ways ABLE TO DO THIS I have refused to handle about as much property as I have ac cepted becanfe the prices WERE NOT RIGHT. I can show you fifteen or twenty pieces of property in the city now in the hands of my competit <rs that I have REFl SED TO HANDLE because the prices WERE NOT RIGHT. Awaiting your further command I am. I j t Yours for business, THOS. M. FERGUSON Hattiesburg, Hississippi. N. O. & N. E. R. R. TIME TABLE. In Effect Angust 3. NORTHBOUND. 10:20 a. m. 12:20 p. m. 10:53 p m. No. 6 leaves, No. 4 leaves No. 2 leaves. SOUTHBOUND. 5:00 a. m 11:00 a m 12:20 p. m 4:40 p. m No. 1 leaves. No. 5 arrives No. 5 leaves. N *. 3 leaves. (4 • IS THE BEST CLOTHING WYLER, ACKERLAHD & CO Cincinnati. • i i Makers, Ask ywffPtaiw w Writs far Bs»k<t I Make Ho Mistake: BUT SEE THAT YOUR TICKET READS VIA yiJEEN v\ RE5CENT ROUTT L> flEWORlFANajiN; - : Alabama&V iir |i Vicksburg Shrivepok 4 n K V J ! 0i rbrou^b Tickets -TO- . All points. OLID VEST1BULED TRAIN®, /AST TIME, CLOSE CONNECTIONS, THROUGH SLEEPERS For full Information call on you nearest Queen A Crescent Ticket *nt or address J. Andenoti A. 6. P. A^ V GEO- H SMITH, G.P. A., 9 O. D. Guxx A. M. Cook i Hattiesburg Jewelry Company. WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL ft WATCHES. CLOCKS AND JEWELRY, ENGRAVERS AND REPAIRERS. « - - DIAMOND DEALERS AND DIAMOND SETTERS * * iv nl Orders tsolicited. Prompt Attention to All. I HATTIESBU RG, MISSISSIPPI. - Subscribe for she I'm cress. 5 oc Per Month* *4] We Are 3 fi 8 1 Giving En tire Satisfac tion to the a \ la \ V Trade. We fit the foot* We sell the Best, Our prices are Right, we can please you The Largest Shoe Stock in the State to Select from. im* 523 Main Street. OCt8-8m 9 Santa Claus' Headquarters For Old and Young, Rich and Poor. Fverybody Invited to Inspect Our Big Line of . liday Go An Immense Stock of New Goods at Lowest Prices Ever Quoted. - - - M. GALBREATH, CASH STORE, o 21tj6 118 East front Street, Hattlerbury, Miss. hi i —