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The Hattiesburg news. (Hattiesburg, Miss.) 1908-1917, June 26, 1911, Image 4

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'roper Way to
ed the Hen
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tens come from the roost in the morning give
fT PATSY'S SCRATCH FEED, to each ten
id be thrown in straw or a litter of some kind,
the hens scratch or hunt for the feed, thus
tecessary exercise.
ratch feed is not conducive to good results,
TSY'S SCRATCH FEED contains the neces
to produce flesh, bone, muscle and the egg.
scratch feed, then give all of AUNT PATSY'S
i) they will eat. - This, however, should not be
ound or in the grass, as in that case the hens
valuable ingredients necessary to produce the
Feed AUNT PATSY'S POULTRY FEED in
the old fashioned pig-trough style. That is,
ogether edgewise and insert end pieces. Then
nail slats, leaving a space between same and
rough to admit of the hen putting her head in
at the same time keeps her from getting up in
her feet thereby scratching the feed out on the
)
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if this feed, J. P. Gentry, has 64 laying hens
average of 44 eggs per day. If you want your
ear round, buy a sack of AUNT PATSY'S
l>.
OULTRY FOOD can be fed either w et or dry .
Grocery Co. Wholesal e Distrib utors.
■ :
; show a fully maintained, if not an iin
I proved condition as compared with
I last month. Most authorities agree
j that cultivation is the most perf-ct
' ever witnessed and that the plant is
! row beginning to feel the good etfecis
J of this year's liberal fertilization In
this respect conditions are just the
reverse of last season when the young
j plant seemed to lack stamina and the
] heavy rains which then prevailed In
terfered greatly with cultivation
Is not surprising, under the circum
stances, that some influential imer
ury ests have turned bearish In their con
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rop
HOW'S THI8T
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
tux he cured by Halt's Catarrh Cure.
F, .t. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
ore
cat
V'i>, 'he undersigned, have known F.
.1. Cheney for the Iasi 15 years, and
ail
tton
It
the
believe him perfectly honest in al.
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
;ive,
um
ives
lted oy Ma firm.
Walding, Kirnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
dlf
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re-1 Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
•ate J nally, acting directly puon the blood
suf- and mucous surfaces of the system,
Testimonials sent free. Price, 76
Sold by all Drug
tlie
cents per bottle,
gists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
iads
re
will
will 1 stlpation.
Try
ything
)nce
ant Ads First
or One-Cent-a-Word you can
xlk direct to the home that
rants to buy, sell, trade, bor
ovv, loan or exchange the very
rticle you have in mind.
Certain If You Use
WANT ADS
;en for less than
A Ä *>nro c
vidions and are
predicting lower
prices in the long run, although ad
mitting that bull support and uncer
tain weather conditions
may bring |
about temporary rallies and therefore
a more or less two-sided market for .
the time being.
"Domestic manufacturing conditions
Lave been so well known -.bat the ac
tion this week of a number of Fall
River mills in reducing dividends, in ,
_ _, . . . I
some instances passing them alto- !
gether, occasioned no surprise. For
eign reports would seem to indicate j
that the avenues of consumptlo i have
been pretty well filled up and as a
consequence a general curtailment ;
policy will soon be inaugurated. A
London despatch says the Master Cot
I
1
I ton Spinners' Federation have decided
! to recommend the shutting do*n of
mills on Saturdays for twelve weeks
| From France come reports that milts !
| arc closed 1 1-2 days eaci week, in
| Austria many mills are stopped er.
! tirely, the remainder working
! 20 per cent reduced schedule, while in
on u
Austria and Germany a
j reduction of the annual production is
per
eut
; in force on an organized basis.
"The statistical situation although
j admittedly strong, has evidently lost
| its influenscce as an importai 1 ' market
; factor, and although the near posi
: tions i showed some hesitation in fol
j lowing the downward movement in
' the new crop options, rather indicat
!
!
1 ing that controls has not as yet pass
! ed from the hands of the powerful
I bull clique, there is no doubt that com-1
; mitments in July and August are be
I ing reduced as rapidly as possible,
i without permitting the matket to get j
out of hand, And small wonder, foi
j stocks of cotton at an .lumoxlmate :
cost of 15 cents a pound can hardly
be considered desirable in lace of con
j tlnuing prospects of a record break j
i Ing yield. In this connection it should ]
J not be forgotten that the time is fast j
i approaching when new arrivais of cot- !
ton will make their appearance, which
will make the situation very difficult !
for a handful of men to control. View- !
ed from every standpoint, therefore j
i we see nothing at present to warrant
! purchases on a large scale, although
I in makig unconditional short commit
| ments, weather in the cotton belt is I
naturally still to be reckoned with."

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|*> SEAL OF THE CONFEDERACY. •>
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The following letter was published
in the New York Times a few days
j ago;
I "In an article headed "Bailey De
I lends Secession,' in the Times of yes
j terday it was stated that a certain
! negro, James A. Jones, who served
ms Mr. Davis' body servant, was the
R ; only man, 4 .living who knows where the
Confederate Stute is, and '
■ wot warjjnted 1
I the great seal of the Southern Con
; federacy, presented by Judah P. Ben
jamin,' and I have no doubt It Is there
! yet.
the
"W. McK. Darwood."
What became of the seal of the Con
federacy has always been a mystery,
and the foregoing is of interest
i whether there Is any truth in it or
not The probabilities are that the
I writer was misinformed. The gen
eral belief has been that it was
dropped into the Savannah river when
I President Davlg and his escort cross
ed that stream on their flight from
( Richmond after the surrender at Ap
pomattox.
According to the Charleston News
and Courier Judah P. Benjamin was
with President Davis when he passed
through Asheville, S. C... on his way
south, and the latter asked as Abbe
ville gentleman to take charge of
certain boxes, which he explained,
he valued highly, as they contained
family portraits, and to ship them to
him in England when he recived
word to do so.
Mr. Benjamin begged that the gen
tleman in question personally see the
boxes safely aboard ship, which was
done some months later and they
were delivered to Mr. Benjamin in
London. In view of the fact that the
gentleman who shipped them was sat
isfied that they did not contain family
portraits lends interest to the story
related by the Times correspondent.
It should be easy enough to discover
whether or not the seal is really in
Trinity Library at Cambridge, Eng
land, or whether it is merely a copy
of the Great Seal of the Confederacy.
—Columbus, Ga., Enquirer-Sun.
B.
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of
THIS DATE IN HISTORY.

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1782—Slavery entirely abolished In
Austrian Poland.
1799—Naples surrendered to Lord Nel
son.
1807—British order In council, block
ading the Eros and rivers on the
Baltic.
1829—Boara ot Aldermen of Boston re
fused to allow the Tremont The
atre to be opened on the Fourth
of July, that day being Satur
day.
1831—Cholera made Its appearance In
St. Petersburg.
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I 1853—Czar of Russia Issued a manl
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festo respecting the Turkish
question to his own subjects,
pretending to act as the cham
pion of Christianity.
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I 1862—Seven days' battles begun at
Beaver Dam Creek.
1 1884—British House of Commons
passed the bill extending the
franchise, but it was rejected by
the I/Ords, July 17th.
of
! IS98 ~Advance Guard of the American
army reached San Juan, four
miles distant from Santiago.
in
er.
in
1902—Mr. Spooner's Panama Canal
bill passed by Congress, signed
June 28th .
u
is
eut
1910—Russia and Japan threatened
with a controversy over railway
matters In the Far East.
lost
ELECTRICAL MEN MEET.
fol
in
(By Union Associated Press.)
Chicago, June 26.—With a member
ship of 7,000 in all parts of North
America represented, the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers con
vened here today in annual session
! This is the first time the body has
! held a convention in Chicago since
pass
com-1
be
get j 18 ® 2 - A feature of the gathering will
foi be Tlsits to a11 polnts of electrical in
: terest ln Cllica g° and vlclnlt >
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>:• Sch wart Auto Oil on
- bearing* you can put the
-jam to the last notch with
out fear of overheating your
engine.
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Tool Box
days i
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De
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So made that It won't soil
vour hands.
On Sale at your
Garage or Dealer's
Jos. Schwartz Co.,] J
Make.-y
Kxdtuivc
CATARRH CURED {
Bad Breath, K'Hawking, Ringing in |
the Ear*, Deafness, Hacking Cough
and Spitting Quickly Cured.
iThe Remedy which Cures Ca
Itarrh by Killing the Catarrhal
IPolson and Purifying tit* Blood,
I LARGE SAMPLE FREE
You muit not neglect discharges o
NAUSEATING YELLOW MATTEF|
from the Ear, Nose and Throat.
CATARRH IS NOT ONLY DANGER
OUS In this way, but It causes ulcéra
tionB, death and decay of boneB, kill«
ambition, often causes loss of appetite
and reaches to general debility, idiocy
and insanity. It needs attention at
once. Cure It by taking Botanic Blooa
Balm (B. B. B.) It Is a quick, radical
permanent cure because it rids the sys
tern of the poison germs that cause
catarrh. At the same time Blood Balm
(B. B. B.) purifies the blood, does away
with every symptom of catarrh. B. B
B. sends a tingling flood of warm
rich, pure blood direct to the parai
yzed nerves, and parts affected by ca
tarrhal poison, giving warmth and
strength just where It Is needed, and
In this way making a perfect, lasting
cure of catarrh in all its forms.
B. B. B. has cured thousands of ca
tarrh cases—even the most deep-seated
kind—after every other treatment had
failed.
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) Is
pleasant and safe to take; composed
of pure Botanic ingredients. SAMPLE
SENT FREE by writing Blood Balm
Co., Atlanta, Ga. SOLD BY DRUG
GISTS, or sent by express. At $1 PER
LARGE BOTTLE, with complete di
rections ror home cure.
WANTED FOR ARMY.—Able
unmarried me*. tyes of 18
aid SR; cltlsess si United States, of
vncid character and tempsrste hab
its, wbo can speak, read and write
the Engilcn language. For Infor
mation. appiy to Recruiting OfBcer
Jun«S8
821 Main street
FOR YOUR EYES
•wm
in A STATE OF EYESTRAIN
there is no safer or more sure remedy
than correctly fitted glasses because
they are the means of restoring the
weakened and irritated muscles and
nerves to a strong and natural action.
But the Glasses must be just the kind
which your eye troubles need; nothing
else will do.
My experience In expert eye-testing
and examinations for eyestrain now
extends to 6 years in Hattiesbbrg. I
am fully qualified and thoroughly
equipped with 30 years' experience In :
actual eyetesting, and spectacle and
eye glaea making in all their forma.
F. W. QUEEN, Oph. D.
OPTICAL SPECIALIST
Path Building, 11« E- Pine •*«#•*
WHITWORTH COLLEGE
(For Young Ladles.)
Thorough Instruction under Chris
tion influence. Sessions 1910 and 1911.
—twenty officers and teachers. Two
hundred and fifty students.
Forty thousand dollars will be ex
pended for improvements, within the
next eighteen months. Engair» room
early. Next session begins Sept. 14,
1911. For catalogue address,
WHITWORTH COLLEGE.
Brookhaven, Miss.
rJi
The only line operat
ing trains to the
North and East with
out change of cars.
Sleeping cars and
diners. Two electric
lighted fast trains
daily. Call on ticket
agent for rates and
information. Cum. Phone 153.
Why Not Spend Your Summer Vacation at.
HOT SPRINGS, ARK.
Uncle Sam's Greatest Health andJPleasure Kesort
Write
For '^eir Special S»-<
=ribing the Government Ree«
'"1" Rat»« and for Illustrated l iterature
ASHEVILLE , N. C.
Oakhurst Cottage
Delightful Location;
Large Shady Grounds;
Excellent Table.
■ For Terms Address
MRS. MARY BUXTON,
157 CHURCH ST.
ASHEVILLE, N. C.
When in Vicksburg
National Park Hotel, unquestionably one
always stop at the
of the best hotels In the Great South, Opens July I, 191L
conducted upon the modified European I-Mud.
Rooms, $1.00 Per Day And More, Every Room with Outside
Exposure —Twelve Spacious Sample Rooms.
Club Breakfast, 25c and More. Business Men's I.uncheon, 50c.
With "The
Table D'Hote Dinner, 75c. Also a La Carte Service
Choicest of Everything in Season," Under the management of
GASTON SAUX, "The Traveling Man's Friend"
Formerly Manager of the Grünew ald Hotel. New Orleans.
"Cleanliness. Service and Cuisine"
No Trouble to do Anything to Make Your Stay !
Our Features:
Our Motto:
Pleasant at
I
The National Park Hotel
■ï
COMMERC M HD"" r I
HOTELS
COLONIAL HOTEL, LUMBERTON ;
O. B. Haynes, Proprietor.
Everything new and up-to-date; hot
and co'd wat r in ever* room. Strick
iy for transients; no ooaiilers.
Rates Reasonable.
BAYLlSS HOTLi.
dout.li of Cic
mb!*, Miss
««(•* $2 par Say
PORTERS MEET At.L twain*
rtlKr-a.
A. J. Bayc. »><
Fra« Sa "ipti
He,-,
»T. CHARLES HOTEL,
Collins, Mias.
Hatter new managemeal
Completely Renovated, Newlv Pc.pered
First-Class Accommodation
Home for Travellag Mea
Rates $2 SO per Day.
W. T. HÜRST, Prop
THE MURPHY HOTEL
Sumrall, Misa.
onvenlent to depot. Clean beds and
cool rooms. Cuisine, best that market
affords.
Transient trade a specialty.
Rate, $2.00 per day.
CARSON HOTEL,
Caraon, Misa.
First-Class Accommodations.
Special Attention to Traveling Men
Ratea $2.00 per Day.
HOTEL LEMON
Opposite Union Station
MISSISSIPPI.
New, Modem. European sad Aeï- 1
ma, First-Class Accommodations, t-tti
JACKSON,
MORGAN'8 BOARDING HOUSE
MRS. C. E. NICHOLS, Prop.
Located 100 yards west ot depot,
opposite Hotel.
$1.00 Par Day.
Collins.
Mississippi
SCHRODER HOTEL
Close to Depot.
Cuielne beet market afforde. Spacial
attention to traveling men. Your
patronage le aolllcted.
H. 8H RODER, Prep.
Bond, Mis*.
j
News Want Ads
COMMERC M HD"" r I
SEMINARY, MI88.
First Door west of Depot
First-Class Accommodation*
Caters Specially to Travf"". *isn.
Porters Meet All Trains.
Raies $2.00 per day.
MRS. I. A. KNIGHT. Proprietress
THE GRÜNEWALD
argeat, Rawest. Be.t Het.l
the Booth
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HOTEL MAJESTIC,
MtHanry, Mina.
Cadar New Managament--Ctespietaly
Renovated—Everyth!** Neat
am* Claai.
First Clan Ascaammodatlen.
Special Attention to Traveling if««
D. O'GSYNN. Prop.
Late of Paar I River Hotel. Column!*
Rata. »2.00 Par Day.
HOTEL NELSON
"By Chocky."
8llver Cr«««, M i„
Home for traveling
■car depot. Hack«
j Free sample rooms
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