FOOD FOR LARGc
The New Oc«an Leviathan, the "Olym
phle," Will Carry About »Mr
60fi Worth of Food.
(By Union Associated Press.)
'New York, June »8. —About »60,00«
rorth of American food and drink
are been loaded aboard the new
;ean leviathan, the Olymphlc, the big
gest vessel ever built, which sailed to
day on her first eastward trip. About
the seme «um will be spent to fill the
larder and Ice box each time the Olym
phlc docks here, according to the com
missary officers who are entrusted
with the big Job of victualling the
The meat blit alone amounted to
about »15,060. Immense quantities of
beef, pork, lamb, veal and mutton were
stacked away in the refrigerators. Sev
eral wagon loads of pouttry, costing
about »5,006, were also purchased, and
the bill for fish was about »2,006.
Farmers from all around New York
were called upon to supply about »4,
600 worth of butter, cream and milk.
The consumption of "hen berries" is
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expected to be Immense, Judging from
the egg bill for »1,800. Fresh vege
table« cost over »3,000, and fruits
about »»,500. The ship's bakery laid
In a store of flour to the extent of »2,
300. Groceries of various sorts cost
»5,500. Ice cream costing more than a
thousand dollars was stored away In
the frigid depths of the gigantic liner.
Wines and spirits worth »5,000 will be
drank by passengers during the trip.
If the estimate of the buyer Is correct,
and »1,060 worth of cigars will be
smoked. Beer, ale and mineral water
called for another expenditure of »3.
Hundreds of cooks and waiters pre
pare and serve the food to the 2,600
passengers. The grand dining salon
for first class travelers will seat 550
at one time, while 400 will be served
in the second class dining hall, and
hundreds more In the steerage.
WANTED FOR ARMY:—Able-bodied,
unmarried men, between ages of 18
and 35; citizens of United States, of
good character and temperate hab
its, who can speak, read and write
the English language,
mrtlon, apply to Recruiting Officer,
621 Main street.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
I have returned from Rochester,
Minn., after an absence ot two weeks
sad hare resumed my practice.
Dr. L. H. Martin.
GOOD ROADS AS
ALLY OF CHURCH
Shows Where Country With Good
Roads Is More Law-Abiding and
Religious Than Wilds.
Starke, Fla., June 28, Rev. E. J.
Gates preached a powerful sermon at
the Methodist church Sunday on the
subject of Good Roads and was by far
the best address on that subject de
livered In Starke. He Introduced the
subject by reading several passages of
Scripture referring to that subject and
sounded the keynote to the whole sub
ject by saying: "Public highways are
an Index of civilization" and "damages
resulting from bad roads greatly re
Among other things, the preacher
"The people in mountain places
where there are no roads are 100
years behind the times. Moonshine
whiskey here finds its home. Our duty
is to build good roads to our churches,
to schools, to markets, so that the peo
ple can go to church, the children to
schools and each in turn thus caused
to look up and thereby Improve our
citizenship. As we build good roads
we Increase national wealth and our
own health, prosperity and years of
"Today many In Europe are travel
ing over roads built by the Roman em
peror to send his legions of soldiers.
These roadg were built to last in early
times. When a king wished to visit
some other part of his kingdom a large
force was sent on before to make a
good road for him to travel. These
roads afterward became highways
along which the gospel of Christ has
been carried to many parts of the
"In our country the pioneer followed
the Indians' trail and roads followed
and then peace and prosperity follow
ed in its train. The hills should be
leveled with purity and the valleys of
sin filled up, crooked ways made
straight, when our country will blos
som as a rose, churches and schools
be filled, highways of peace and pros
"God uses the material things of the
world to enhance the spiritual.
"May all these roads lead to the wel
fare of mankind and to the honor and
glory of God."
CENTENARY OF THACKERY.
London, June 28.—The centenary of
William Makepeace Thackeray's birth ,
will be celebrated by the Titraarcli
Club at the Charterhouse tonight. As j
a matter of fact the centenary will not
be until July 18, 1911, but the dinner
was arranged for tonight, because the
Brothers in residence go out of Com- j
mons at the end of June. Among those 1
who are to atend will be the Lord !
Chief Justice, who will represent the
Governors of the Charterhouse. Sir
Algernon West, Anthony Hope Haw
kins and other eminent writers.
ST. LOUIS REPUBLICANS
ARE MAKING CHANGES.
(By Union Associated Press.)
St. Louis, June 28.—Henry W. Kiel,
friend and political ally of Governor
Hadley, will be deposed as chairman
of the Republican City Committee at
a meeting held here today. The com
mittee will be reorganized to suit the
demands of Mayor Kreismann and his
factotum, Jeptha D. Howe. The change
has caused one of the bitterest fights
in the history of Republican politics
in this state.
A BIG CONGRESS
! FOR PHILADELPHIA
(By Union Associated Press.)
Philadelphia, June 28.—Plans are
already under way for the entertain
ment of the delegates, numbering
thousands, who will come to Philadel
phia a year hence for the International
Navigation Congress. All of the civi
lized nations of the globe will be rep
resented in the meting, which will be
the first of its kind ever held In the
New Wprid. The United States
ernment has Mint rlhuted $50,000 tow
ard the entertain/IiAnt of the distin
gutshed visitors on inspection trips to
tile Panama canal, the great irrigation
projects of the West and other pface*
of Interest. More than forty nations
are attached to the permanent Inter
national Navigation Congress.
TO DI8BUR8E $230,000 600
(By Union Associated Press.)
New York, June 28.—Disbursements
of interest and dividend payments for
the quarter ending Friday
menced today by various railroad »ndi
Industrial corporations. It is estimat
ed that the total will amount to about
»230,000,000. New York brokers are
anticipating a boom In standard
stocks, aB it Is likely that a large pro
portion of the disbursements will be
ADMIRAL TOGO ARRIVES AUG. 4.
Togo, the Japanese naval commander,
will stop only 17 days In the United
States on his way home to Japan from
the coronation. He will arrive Aug.
The only cities Included In the
itinerary besides New York are Phila
delphia, Boston and Washington.
"WHERE THERE'S SO
MUCH SMOKE, ETC."
(By Union Associated Press.)
Pittsburg, June 28.—The sixth an
nual convention of the International
Association for the Prevention or
Smoke opened here this morning in
the council chamber of the city hall.
Mayor Haussllng delivered the ad
dress of welcome. So far the joke is
on the reader, who will naturally think
that the convention should meet in
Pittsburg, when as a matter of fact
It convenes at Newark, N. J. Most of
the addresses, which will be on the
prevention of smoke, will be illustrat
ed by lantern slides. The programme
contains the names of many distin
guished physicians and scientists.
A. Polk will have In a car of new
horses about Thursday.
WANTED—Salesman to carry as a
side line up-to-date line of trunks
and bags. The Petersburg Baggage
Co., Petersburg, Va.
C. H. DflLMAB, PASCAGOULA,MIBB,
wholesale fish and oysters. Long
In business. Good facilities for get
ting stock. Orders solicited Nov. 22.
WANTED —You to ring Cumberland
603 or Home 265, when you wish
furniture packed or stored. Hat
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FOR SALE—A real bargain and easy
..terms on a dwelling with conven
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best Hattiesburg location. Must sell
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WANTED—Paperhanging * and Paint
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Hattiesburg, Miss. Meridian, Miss.
Kennedy Building. Buttle Building
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Home Phone 171, Me Cafe 201 W.
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GOOD ROADS AT
A SMALL COST
E. A. Swinks Will Try Out His
Plow Near Toomsuba At
Meridian, Miss., June
Splngs has a plan whereby he believes ;
he has solved the problem of making ;
permanent road repairs and reducing i
the cost of maintenance to a much |
smaller figure than Is now being ex -1
pended on the county roads, which, he .
states, only makes the roads fit for
temporary use, as they deteriorate In
to the same bad condition when heavy
traffic passes over them. Mr. Spinks j
will shortly build a demonstration t
road near Toomsuba for the purpose j
of putting his Ideas Into practical use. j
Mr. Spinks states that the county Is I
now expending »25,000 yearly on roads |
In this county, making only temporary
repairs. He believes this amount can
be reduced and the repairs made per
manent, Instead of only temporary im
provement, which is cut Into ruts by
the heavy wagons.
He advocatee the sand and clay road
being made permanent with a drag.
The cost of building sand and clay
roads he gives as about »750 per mile.
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