The greatest crisis in a woman's lift |
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All the physical strength of hci ,
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and it is necessary that her system •
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for future years. Mother's Friend
il woman's safest reliance; it is a medicine for external use, composed of oils \
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the system. Its regular use before the coming of baby prepares the muscles
•nd tendons for the unusual strain, aids in expanding the skin and flesh fibres
•nd Strengthens all the membranes and tissues. Mother's Friend lessens the pain
and danger at the crisis, and leaves
the mother in such healthful con
dition that her recovery la always
rapid and natural. Mother's Friend
is sold at drug stores. Write for our
free book for expectant mothers.
BBASFTELD REGULATOR CO.,
« TPlTMITCL IHv
Where the Three Aspirants for Sena
torial Honors Are Speaking
Jackson, Miss., April 25.—United
States Senator Le Roy Percy left here
last night for Senatobia, Tate county,
where he delivers an address this af
ternoon. This will be the first public
address In that county.
Senator Percy will return to Jack
Son on the morning train, and deliver
an address Tuesday afternoon at Ant!
. och, Rankin county. This is one of
the most populous neighborhoods of
the home county of his immediate
predecessor, the late Senator A. J.
McLaurin. Senator Percy's campaign
In that county is being managed by
Mr. Sydney McLaurin, a brother of the
On Wednesday Senator Percy
E. C. HEARON,
Pres. & Gen. Mgr.
Sec. and Treas.
T. R. HEARON,
Vice- Preside. ■*.
Hattiesburg Cabinet Works
Sash and Doors, Mantles. Cabinets, Office Fixtutm
Tables, Turned and Scroll Work, Window and
Door Screens. Stair Building a Specialty.
Cumb. Phone 126.
Home Phone 731.
we know you are, for just such a
laundry as the Phoenix, that will >
give you complete satisfaction at all
ed shirts in a manner that re! urns !
them to you looking as fresh us i*
We also launder vour roftars,
cuffs and linen shirts so that they will
keep stiff on the warmest days.
Both Phone« 36
200-206 Main St.
6-room residence, E. Pine; all conveniences; lot 75x200; very desira
ble and cheap.
Fine realdence .two blocke from P. O.; large lot; all convenlancea.
Raaldancea in all parta of city.
Four raaldencea on Bay atraet.
Seven on Hall Ave.
Bualneaa house», from $3.000 to $30,000.
Bualnesa lota, from $2,000 to $12,000.
We have the gooda. You will not be treating youraelf right unteaa
you see us.
LEA & DUKE
Office 106 E. Pine St.
Both Phones 42.
We Don't Cut Ice Prices
One Day and Boost Them the Next
Our Price Delivered the Year Round Is:
25c per cwt.
.30c per cwt.
40c per cwt.
200 pounds or over...
Leas than 100 pounds
We will make yearly contracts at these figures.
'Phone either 'phone 144 and our wagon will call. We guaran
tee weight and service.
W. L. COVERT
Both Phones 144.
Office at Hattiesburg Ice & Coal Co.
speaks at Brookhaven, on the campus
at Whitworth College, and has planned
to spend two days in that county, ;
at -Hogue Chitto. The remainder of
the week will be spent in Pike county,
speaking at McComb City Friday
night and at Tylertown Saturday after
speaking In the forenoon of Thursday
at McCall's Creek and in the afternoon
Hon. C. H. Alexander today trans
fers his campaign activities to South
west Mississippi, and it is significent
that both Messrs. Percy and Alexander
are coming on the trail of Mr. Varda
man, their engagements closely fol
WASH THOSE PIMPLES OFF.
Use D. D. D., that mild, soothing
wash, that recognized remedy for Ec-j,,
. .. .. ™ J
zema and all skin troubles. First
drops take away that awful burning
. . . , I
itch, cleanse the skin-wash away ,
every pimple every impurity. Noth
ing like D. D. D. for the complexion.
Get a 25c trial bottle today-worth
ten times Its cost to have a bottle In ;
the house. At any rate, drop Into o«r :
store to talk over the merits of this j
wonderful prescriptlon..-OWL DRUG
STORE, F. E. Williams & Sons, Props.
| lowing at points he has visited since
j entering the campaign. Neither of
, them, however, entertain any hope of
i headquarters that they will do the
next best thing by making answer to
at Meadville, Franklin county. He
securing a series of joint debates, and
it is announced at Iheir campaign
Vardaman s arguments at the 1
; points he has visited.
Mr. Alexander opens this afternoon
j speaks Tuesday at Mount Pleasant
and Gloster. in Amite county, on Wed
nesday at Centreville and Woodville
1 in Wilkinson county, on Thursday at
j Saukum and Rosetta in the same
I county, Hinds, delivering an address
at Brownsville at 10 a. m. On Satur
I day he will speak at Terry, in this
Kx-Gov. Vardaman today moved his
; 8Cene of actlvttles to the delta, open
ing the week at Ruleville, Sunflower
county. On Tuesday he sp .aks at Lex
ington, and on Saturday at Yazoo City,
He has announced no other engage
ments for the present week,
SAYS ALL MFN
SWEAT AT WIVES
(By Union Associated Press.)
Newark, N. J., April
in the cross suits for divorce of Wil
_ „ , .
Ham B. Cragin, Jr., of Plainsfield, N. J.,
. . . . , , .
I former indoor tennis champion, and
,, , ,
I his wife are scheduled today before
, yJce chancellor Emery . Cragi „ „
guing Qn (he d of degertlon In
her cro88 Mrg Cragin a]leges
con8tructIve desertIon> based up0D al .
; , eged crue , tr( , atment
: WitneBgeB for Mrs . Cragin have te8tl .
j fied that when ahe wus attacked with
appendlclti8 CraglB refuBed to calI a
doctor unU , Bhe had Buffered through
] an entire night. His excuse was, the
witness claims, that he did not want
j to disturb the neighbors. Mrs. James
Donald, aunt of Mrs. Cragin, declares
! that she was shocked at Cragin's treat
( ment of his wife. When she repri
* manded him for swearing at her ro
fiercely, Mrs. Donald declares that Cra
glr admitted.that he did it and added:
"Why, every man sweari at his wife."
Constipation brings many ailments
In Its train and is the primary cause
I of much sickness. Keep your bowels
regular madam, and you will escape
many of the ailments to which wo
men are subject. Constipation is a
very simple thing, but like many sim
ple things, it may lead to serious con
sequences. Nature often needs a lit
tle assistance and when Chamber
lain s Tablets are given at the first in
dication, much distress and suffering
may be avoided. Sold by all dealers
OF BABY CROP
International Congress Of Child Wel
fare In Session In Wash
Washington, April 25.—Conservation
of the baby crop of the entire world is
the object of the second International
1 Congress of Child Welfare, which has
attracted hundreds of women to this
city today. The sessions will continue
dally until next Tuesday and are un
der the auspices of the National Con
gress of Mothers' and Parent Teach
ers' Association. The geperal theme
will be "The Duty of the Home, School,
Church and State of Children." Other
topics on the program include
"Health," "Playgrounds for Children,"
"The Child in the Factories," and
"Welfare of the City and of the Coun
try Child." Specialists on each subject
will address the delegates and the
speeches will be printed and given a
general circulation. Europe Is well
represented at the congress.
Among the state representatives are
Mrs. Justice Harlan, for Kentucky:
Mrs. Charles D. Carter, wife of Rep
resentative Carter, for Oklahoma;
Mrs. Clarence D. Clark, wife of former
Senator Clark, for Wyoming; Mrs.
I Fred DuBois, wife of former Senator
DuBois, for Idaho; Mrs. Royden Doug
las, for Louisiana; Mrs. Cornelia B.
Stone, former president of the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy, for Texas;
Miss Helen McKinney, for West Vir
ginia; Mrs. H. C. Tye, for Mississippi;
Mrs. Theodore Brantley, for Montana;
Mrs. Arthur R. Brown, for Florida; C.
E. Faulkner, for Minnesota, and Mrs.
A. L. Hamilton for California.
It was announced today that the
congress proposes in the future to ob
. serve February 17 as Mothers' Day
I throughout the country. The move
ment for "organized motherhood" had
its Inception In 1896. Mrs. Theodore
: W. Blrney and Mrs. Phebe Hearst were
the leaders in the movement.
DELEGATES T8 THE
Jackson, Miss., April 26.—Governor
I Noel appointed Bishop Theodore D.
Bratton, Episcopal diocese; Bishop W.
B. Murrah, Methodist Episcopal
Church, South; Rev. Father C. A. Oli
ver, Catholic pirest in this city, and
Dr. W. T. Lowrey, president of Missis
sippi College. Clinton, delegates to the
third National Peace Conference,
which meets at Baltimore May 3 to 6.
This conference is held under the
auspices of the Societies of America,
devoted to the settlement of interna
tionaldisputes by means other than
"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B.
Kendrick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best
cough remedy on the market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sale
by all dealers.
PETITION FOR PARDON.
To The Honorable E. P. Noel,
Whereas at the May Term, 1910, in
the Circuit 'Court of Forrest County,
Mississippi, Ray A. Templet was con
victed of forging the name of J. D.
Bennett to a check in the sum of
$75.00, and sentenced to serve a term
The following charges will be made
by The Newt for announcements, all
announcements to be printed in both
The Daily and The Weekly News, and
all charges to be paid before announce
mente are made;
For County offices
For Beat offices..
For State Senator
J. MORGAN STEVENS
For Ditsrict Attorney
R. S. HALL
W. J. PACK
J. C. SMYLIE
E. A. (Zan) ANDERSON.
W. S. McKINNON
J. D. BENNETT
J. H. SELBY
D. G. McGILVERAY
For Chancery Clerk
R. C. HAUENSTEIN
For Circuit Clerk
T. J. MIXON
G. WALDO BATSON
For County Tax Assessor
W. N. RICHARDSON
H. E. CLARK
H. H. WARREN
For County Treasurer
DAVID t AIRLEY
For County Prosecuting Attorney
DUNCAN W. DRAUGN
CLAUD E. HILL
For County Surveyor
W. D .McKENZIE, JR.
For Supervisor of eBat 5
J. W. GRAY
8. E. PERKIN8.
For Supervlcor of Beat 3
JNO. L. DAVIS
W. J. BASS.
For Supervisor of Beat 1.
J. P. PACE
For Justice of the Peace, Beat 3.
A. T. (Uncle Dick) POWE
(Judge) J. W. BOLTON
H. C. GREER
Constable, Beat 3.
B. J. BRADLEY.
The only line operat
ing trains to the
North ami East with
out change of cars.
Sleeping cars and
diners. Two electric
lighted fast trains
daily. Call ou ticket
agent for rates and
information. Com. Phone[153.
T " '■ » '■ " '"■ Ti
• : -
If you want to know just what
nature thinks of Velva—test it by the
unspoiled taste of a child. Let the child
taste any other and then taste Velva.
Test the difference in taste yourselt
Is good. It tastes good. It does you good as only a pure, un
adulterated syrup will. Nature de
mands sugar. She needs it to carry
on her work. Don't try to cheat her
with impure, unwholesome kinds.
She knows the difference. Your
palate will instinctively say Velva „- or
is pure because the taste is right. Order from your groc
Penick & Ford. LYp. .
of tweuty-six months in the peniten
And whereas we believe that the is
said Ray A. Templet should be par- , j-,
dor.cd .or the following reasons, to
1. Because we do not believe that '.
Templet meant to defraud Bennett
when he forged his name to the check |
and took the money, bat was under
the influence of evil associates. ' u
2. Because we are Informed that I
RAILROAD TIME TABLES.
GULF 4 SHIP ISLAND.
Train No. 3 leaves at.7;13 p. m. |
Train No. 5 leaves at..... .10:15 a. m I
Train No. 4 it-uves at.19:30 a. in.
'liai u Ni
0 loaves at. .7:53 p, m.
7:10 a. m.
Ar. Maxie .
Ar. Gulfport ...
Lv. Jackson ...
Ar. Columbia .
11:39 a. m.
1:21 p. m. (No. 6.)
.2:30 p. m.
6:00 p. m.
.10:33 p. m.
. 6:05 p. m.
. 4:10 p. m.
.10:02 a. m.
. 6:25 a. m.
Branch—North and South
Lv. Maxie .....
Lv. Gulfport ...
Ar. Jackson ...
Lv. Columbia .
3:30 p. m.
5:00 p. in.
Ar. Jackson.11:50 p. m. (No. 6)
,10:00 p. m. (No. 3)
Lv. Jackson (No. 5) ...... 6.00 a. m.
Lv. Saratoga (No. 201)... 8:00 a. m
,10:00 a. m.
Train No. 1 leaves at.6:35 a. m.
Train No. 3 leaves at.2:40 p. m.
train No. 2 arrives at.12:10 noon. 1
Train No. 4 arrives at.7:30 p. m.
NEW ORLEANS & NORTHEASTERN
.10:25 a m.
8 . :. 9:51 p.m.
.. 6:20 a.m.
. 4:58 p.m.
. 9:00 p.m.
N. O. M. A C. R. R.
Tain No. IS leaves at .... 7:60 a. m.
Train No. 15 leaves at.... 6:20 p. m.
Train No. 14 arrives at_10:32 a. m.
Train No. 16 arrives at.... 9:62 p. ra.
Daily Clarion-Ledger Only $1
Special Rate During tHe Political Campaign.
A Fair and Impartial Report will be given in the
News Columns of all Political Happenings.
The Clarion-Ledger will also contain—
All local news, all telegraphic news, all state
news, all base ball games and "dope," and
more whiskey advertisemente.
Subscribe Now. Only $2 from now until c ose of Second Primary
Cash in Advance. Addres«
DAILY CLARION LEDGER
he is a young man of 23 or 24 years
of age, of splendid family and that this
is the flrst time that h e i, as eVPf been
j-, trouble, and we believe that further
punishment would tend to harden and
warp his moral nature instead of mak
'. ... _, , .
ing a better man of him.
Because we are n ormed t at
!-is health is bad ar.d believe that the
u cn <la of justice have been met by the
imprisonment up to the time of the|NEY
Clos« to Depot.
Cu<» n « market affords. Special
attention to traveling men. Your
patronage is sollicted.
Hk SHRODER, Prop.
»T. CHARLES HOTEL,
Under new management
Completely Renovated, Newly Papereo
Home for Traveling Men.
Ratee $2.00 per Day.
W. T. HURST, Prop
First Door west of Depot.
Caters Specially to Traveling Men.
Porters Meet All Trains.
. Rates $2.00 per day.
MRS. I. A. KNIGHT, Proprietress.
THE MURPHY HOTEL
.onvenient to depot. Clean beds and
cool rooms. Cuisine, best that market
affords. Transient trade a specialty.
Rate, $2.00 per day.
Special Attention to Traveling Men j
Rates $2.00 per Day.
Uader New Management—tompl»iei>
Special Attention to Traveling Mea
D. O'QHYNN, Prop.
Late of Pearl River HoteL Columbia
Rates $2.00 Per Day.
Opposita Union Station
I Yew. Modern. European and Amer
| as. First-Class Accommodations. #-2tl
of this petition, and that if
will make a good
he is pardoned he
and useful citizen.
hn- .t- c ' a r n , " >r
White Vcjrtain Rs.ngeratsrs. «•
FUHNI i URE CO. 1-1-» /
J D. BENNETT.
MAORI' DER. Sheriff.
P. A. CARTER. M. D.
Silver Creek, Miss.
Home tor traveling men. Locate«
H.irks meet all trains.
Free sample rooms.
Rates $2.00 per
MORGAN'S BOARDING HOUSE
MR8. C. B. NICHOLS, Pron.
Located 100 yards west ot depot.
»1.00 Per Day.
South of Courthouie.
lates $2 per day. Free Sample Roomi
PORTERS MEET ALL TRAINS.
R. J. Baylis. Pr.a
\ Largeit, Newest, Best Hotsl I«
* m •,«
• h iff
' " ' * X s'.
lot*, ever a
European plan—Ratea $1.00
Upwards—With Bath » 2 AQ
v-'C 10—400 r!0o r j
The NEW BEACH HOTEL
Situated on the Beach
Rates:—$2.00 and $2.25
per day -
Special Rates py the Week
o. B, HAYNES, Proprietor,
First Class Accommodatlo
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