dwelling on 3rd
stree , convenant to business < li
Nice vacant lot on Walnut stree.
'i'our choice lois- on West pine st. I
Four lots in
One of the incest dwelling
$!•> cash and $10 month. ;
i n Sua
front, 1 SO feet deep.
i«g, all conveniences. Piic
r.ot 5ft\1 :.I) facing Rone>
)t k'»x::r »3 on Edwards
»> ru in; dwell j
esldence on Edwards st.
5 moms, Walnut street,
est dwellings on Hay
lot HUIX 200 .
Ho .» hern avenue, $ 2 .
iji'siges on Dabbs street.
easy terms.. I
« cottages on West 7th street one!
t lock com Main. $100 cash, balance
month till paid for.
.1 12 -room house
J 5-room dwelling and 13 acres of
ground in Petal. $2,000.
WO acres land 2 miles from Harvey,
cn East Pine a j
75 acre farm. 30 acres in cultiva-
tion, dwelling, corn and other im-1
provenants, mile and half of Nor-
mal college. *2,00,
cash, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years.
->2 acres south of Hattiesburg, *5.00
acre, half cash, balance 1 year.
2 40-acre farms 3 miles south Hat
tiesburg. well improved. $1,200
250 acres choice land, black sandy
loam clay sub soil, weil watered.
60 acres cultivation, clear of stuiups
3 1-2 miles of Hattiesburg, 4 room
• 1 welling, several bearing pecan
trees. Will sell for $4,250,
•atf cash, balance one and two
170 acres in one body adjoining cor
poration line of Hattiesburg, Ideal
stock farm and suited to fruit and
ruck. Price *30 acre. Will give
BENNETT & PERKINS
We have listed many choice pieces of farm land
and a number of city lots, both improved and
P. R. PERKINS, Rental Agent, gives careful at
tention to the care of property and the collection
Office: Citizens Bank Building
Both Phones 169
5-room residence, E. Pine; all conveniences; lot 75x200; very desira
ble and cheap.
Fine residence .two blocks from P. O.: large lot; all conveniences.
Residences In all parta of city.
Four rcsidencei on Bay street.
Seven on Hall Ave.
Business house», from $3,000 to $30.000.
Ousiness lota, from $2^X)0 to $12,000.
w> nave the goods. You udii nrr be treating you-eelf right unleee
you see us.
LEA & DIKE
Office 105 E. Pino >t.
Eoth Phones 42.
\V. A, JOHNSON
Bargains in Both City and Country Properly
Have some of the most handsome residences in the city for
sale. Also several cheap ones. 1 can loc te you in any part
of the city you want. Have some special bargains on Fourth
St. Be sure to see me when you want a nice farm; from 5
acres to as large a one as you want, also a rreat bargain in
two mill sites, see me at once. Also houses f ,r rant.
Office over Crymes Grocery Store,
corner Mobile and Pine Streets.
It you don't see what you want in
this list call and see us, as we have
BENNETT & PERKINS.
FOR SALE—vo acres laud. 3« fenced,
Lorn, cotton and potatoes, 4
dwelling, 2 1-2 miles west ot
McLaurin. all lor * 1,600 cash. Ex
.epuonal bargain. Bennett « Pei
on Walnut »tree.,
2 nice c
2 nice cot tug
: . atoi
on Jackson street
1 3-room cottage on 2nd street.
1 5-room cottage uu Easi Laurel aw.
Several am,lit houses in city.
P R. PERKINS.
i; Home Dliott
: i bolstered t
kinus ot re pa
lN P :
Address X. Y. Z., P. O. Box 432.
vains position a
Best of reference
•VAN I'll) —You io rug CuuioerlaL
60 .. U 1 iiolllt 36... w
furniture packed or stored,
tiesburg Racking ft 8» o age Co.
i.. j. .McDaniel float transfer.
Both 'phones 72. All kinds of haul
ing: special attention given to
household goods. $1.50 n load, close
'. H DELMAS, PASCAGOULA. .V
vholeeale fish and oysters. Loa,
,ood facilities for go
\vaXi ED—Kirs 1 class for
this and surrounding counties, 1er
the "Xew Standard 1910 Census At
las of the World.'' Agents making
$40.00 to $60.00 per week. Best of
terms. Also Agents for low-priced
easy selling juvenile and holiday
Books. Combination outfit postpaid
only 20c. 50 per cent commission
•> •>❖•>•> •> •> >;• a
world's championship for the Athlet
Only a few months -,
tgo, von reinem
: the Detroit Tigers had the flag
i amloned all hope
Wisconsin has t!.. longest and
onsider the n
..âmes ou t
at Dump i
; I 'StS
with the C'hii u *.o aaie*
on Xov. 2 .-.,
• ■ 11 : i rt if'
- will he
c ei glu ci
ics in the threc-cushioi
delphla. St L<
iis and Kansas City.
(J(i . !
The three-cushion carrom billiard
championship of the world
cided next week at Doyle's
Academy in New York.
lion .1 oil n
Full pdiucular. ... |
Address A. b. Kuhlman, t'utiiiaùj.,
l. 6 West bake St., Uuicugo, m.
k ALKSMAX WAX
per month; beil dealers highly
o. it j
î ml Co., Si.
u ..loiied house wants
; t preseiuative in Missis
sippi. Staple line. Permanent com
CAPABLE SALESMAN—To cover
. ince and permanent position to
light man. Jess H. Smith Company,
uiissiou contract with *3i.uu weekly
advance to producer. A1 references
quireti.—E. L. Rice Co., Detroit, j
co. iiniss ons.
Un staple line
WANTED-- Dc^wood and persimmon j
timber. • For specifications and
;.r: 2 û set* o: write, J. S. Price or L.
W. woodruff, Hattiesburg, Miss.
SPECIAL—To tue people of Hatties
burg: For first class Painting and
Paperhanging call J. M. Chancey,
Horae* phouc 501.
: to It SALE - 2
laud partly timbered
ocre*, oi good farm
(4:; New man
light house keeping.
-Two or three rooms for
100 iitit street j
WANTED- Live uu ti
port on til« voters i
Object, new census tnuten
pay. For particulars address Rand
j McNally & Co., Department ' ti,
j Chicago, 111.
call and re
FOR RENT—Modern 5-room house,
! pantry, hall, clothes closets,
screened, papered. Keys 108 Kam
I per street. Home 'phone 324-w.
A handsome furnished residence am.
several 5 and 6 room residences a uu
four good stores for rent. Desirabh
property in all parts of the city fui
sale. Some money to loan ou im
proved property. Thun. M. f
WANTED—Canvassing Agents at
once for the sale of'COMPENDIUM
of Everyday Wants," the book of
* general necessity, price *1.50; also
for "The DEVIL'S BRIDE," a won
derful religious allegory, price $1.00.
Either outfit sent postpaid for 10
cents. 50 per cent commission to
agents. Big sellers. Address A. B.
KULHMAN, Publisher, 136 West
I Lake St.-, Chicago, 111. l9-eod-10t.
E TEACH you shorthand in 10 les
sons by mail or personally,
for Information. Address
A. •■ ■ T A y i lnfc ; .waM Jwf solni .
. a. i roscoit, Vice l iesidcui,
ties burg, Miss. -
I- OR RENT—Two rooms with every
conveuieuce and gas stove.
The Vital Issues
I do not rare a tinkers cuss about
those vital things, concerning which
the statesmen fuss and crow and ilap
I saw my little pile oi l
ood, and pay up as I go, and all the I
,, , , , ,
world s serene and good and I ant sh\ r
... , ,
ol woe. II men would cease to tret so
hard o er public lift* and crimes, and I
they'd have much better times. It
is a narrow, selfish view of course,
that's understood hut folks who re i
always In a stew don't seem to do
help the world along when 1 '
! mow weeds and slug a lintel
I do as much when
bat i do just as
h» yodling song.
roll of hills, and
produce my little
his juice, the
'; uggist for his pills. I've often notie
paw the air and
wl. are slow sit diggin?
when hill eollocto!
I'll I •< f
gait I'll simply :
: on V.e
t lu* blame;
ha? d I
: ied : I'll let the stah smei
foam from lips
I'll just tinker round at home, ami do
! my little best.—Wall Mai
I Daly, the holder of the title, will de
j fend it against Alfred Oro.
I ner of the match must make
! points in the three nights of play, flf
i ty Points each night. They will play
side and the Lambert
trophy, emblematic of the
Harry F. (»rant, the daring drivel
| ioiiB in races for tlu* Vanderbilt Cu ; .,
Park race at Philadelphia
of the leading ;.utomohile pilots
entered in the
of the country a
j Quaker City
event and the spectators are promised
over the eight-mile course in the West
School vs. St. Mary's
ill he held
TODAY'S FOOTBALL GAMES.
at Amherst, !
Amherst vs. Weslya
Army vs. Vermont at West Point,
Bates vs. Fort McKinley at Lewis
Brown vs. .Massachusetts Agricul
iral College at Providence R. I.
Lehigh at South Betli
at ('arlisle, Pa
Colgate vs. 1 lobar:
Connecticut Agricultural College vs.
Tufts nt Medford, Mass.
Cornell vs. Oherlin m Ithaca, X. Y.
i vs. Colby at Hanover.
Dickinson vs. Western Maryland at
Hamilton vs. B.
Haverford vs. Rutgers at
Brunswick, N. J.
Harvard vs. Holy Cross at Cam
Lafayette vs. Swarthmore at Eas
Maine vs. New Hampshire at Orono,
P. I. at Clinton,
Navy vs. Johns Hopkins at Annap
New York University vs. Mühlen
burg at New York.
Penn. State vs. Gettysburg at State
Pennsylvania vs. Ursinus at Phila
Pittsburg vs. Westminister at Pitts
• Princeton vs Villanova at Princeton,
Trinity vs. Worcester at Hartford.
Washington and Jefferson v
any at Washington, Pa.
School at Williamstown, Mass.
Yale vs. Syracuse at New Haven,
. Beth .
Chicago vs. Indiana at Chicago.
Pinois vs. Millikin at Champaign.
Michigan vs. Case School at Ann
'innesota vs. South Dakota at Min
n< polis, Minn.
Nebraska vs Kearney State Normal,
at Lincoln, Neb.
University of Califor
r.ia Rugby at Reno, Nev.
Ohio State vs. Miami ai Columbus.
vs. Purdue at Lafryette.
Western Reserve vs.
Wisconsin vs. Lawrence
* at Madison.
Georgia vs. South Carolina at Ath
North Carolina vs. Wake Forest at
Chapel Hill, N. C.
Vanderbilt vs. Maryville at Nash
Virginia vs. William and Mary at
Washington and Lee vs. Roanoke j
: at Lexington, Va.
During the season just ending
Louisiana fanners have spent $2.000,
I 000 for 91,000 tons of commercial fer
..... _ _
I Kl\ I AilY*\
i ■ V
m t. Hansen, In a Letter From
Mobile, Teiis Hoiv She Gained It.
Mobile, Ala.—"I suffered for seven
years, with womanly trouble," writes !
Mrs. Sigurd Ilansen in a letter from
this city. "I felt weak and always had
a headache and was always going to
the doctor. At last I was operated on,
and felt better, but soon I had the
My husband asked me to try Cardul.
I felt better after the first bottle, and
r.ow, I have a good appetite and sleep
well. I feel fine, and the doctor tells '
me I am looking better than he ever
If you are sick and miserable, and
j suffer from any of the pains due to
womanly trouble—try Cardui.
Cardul is successful because It Is
composed of Ingredients that have been
found to act curatively on the woman
For more than fifty years. It has been
used by women of all ages, with great
success. Try It. Your druggist sells it.
N. R. Write in: Ladl«*«.' Advisory Dept.. C hatta
nga AtcJifineCo.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Sjtrnnl
■.t* nirtinns, and 64 -paire bcxik. " Morin- Treatment
nt in plain wrapper, on requo
'IP 15 !.
Msln Line — a nu* h h 1 r
lialn No. 3 loaves at. . .
Train No. 5 leaves at.1(1
Train No. 4 leaves at.iO'3,1 n. m
'rain No 6 leaves at
Lv. Mendenhall . .
! Ar. Maxie .
Ar. Gulfport. 1:21 p. in tr
I No. 109
Ar. Columbia .
Ar. Mendenhall .10-33 p. ar
Lv. Mnxie .
Ar. Inckson ......
. v Columbia .
7:53 p. m ]
7:10 a. m
..11:39 a. m
o ) r>. m
... . 6:05 p. m
. . - 4:10 p. in
_ 10:02 a. m
... 2::;0 jv •»
6: Wl p. rn
u U. W * No
î v. Laure!
.r. Saratoga ..
\i. Gulfport.10:"U :».
! v. Jackson ( No. 5) . .
L\. Sar.'itoga * \'o.
\EW ORl.HANS &
ID: 2.» ft in
.11.20 a TO
. v ' p m.
. 11:95 p.m 11 : ivk p.m
.. 6:20 &.m.
. 4:58 p.m.
L'MO * '
I ft : to .
5:23 a m
N. O. M. A C.
j No. 13 departs
7:17 a. m
No. 15 departs . 3:40 p. m
No. 14 arrives . 10:17 a. m
No 16 arrive,
I MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
. 7-18 p. m
. j 1 :30 a. m... .Lv. Natchez... .1:50 p. m
] ":18 a. m.Lv. Roxie.2:38 p. m
: *2 a. m.. Ar. Brooithavcn. .4:13 p. m
30 a. m..Lv. Brookhav«n..4:16 p. m
• : 41 a. m_Ar. Waniila—5:02 p. m
; :):41 a. m... .Lv. Waniila—5:02 p. m.
10:01 a. m.. Ar. Silver Creek..5:21 p. m
JO-12 p. m..Ar. Hattiesburg..7:20 p. m.
6:30 a. m .Lv. Hattiesburg..2:40 p. m.
g:32a m . LVi silver Creek..4:40 p. m.
1 • 5 i a. m.... Ar. Waniila... .6:02 p. m.
j ., : 01 a. m... .Lv. Waniila... .6:02 p. m.
9:46a.m..Ar. Brookhaven..5:60 p. m.
. ej a. m. .Lv. Brookbaven. .5:65 p. m
7:30 p. m.
2:15 p. m_Ar. Natchez... .8:20 p. in
Effective May 2Etb, 1911.
i 11:24 a. m.Roxie
When in Laurel Stop With
THE NELSON HOTEL
A. J. Nelson, Manager.
! Successors to The New Laurel Hotel
j^e best of attention given to the
I traveling public by "Chuckey," who is
a friend to the "boys."
Rates, $2 to
$2.50 per day. Baths, 3 sample rooms.
islt ill Hit I,ivery lint.
We have the et|Ui|>n
ries, or anything you \vi
Satisfactory Service i »> \cv\
have your orders.
Rubber Tire wort,
vour vebiele ut:d u
■!■■ crrvcM. «
1 1 \ executed.
I: do : '
in City Property.
In Farm Property.
In Building Material.
With Policies in ^the Stronges* Fire
Insurance Companies in the world.
i If you need paint or p:ti
ll you need piipcr or
p U p e r lumber*
We Have the Best in Everything
Barksdale & Harbison
Both Phones 565
West Pine Street.
«« *J T L L
COMMERCIAL MÉ '
Kirtit Door we.-:*. '
First Class Ac.commutMtlo'"
Specially to Trap*
n.b Meet All Tv.
rn U2.0C» "
! t.. ■* N «GMT, '.
'LOMAL HOrt-L. LUMBER'
O. B. Haynes, Proprietor.
r > :n. StiicJ.
. vervhiag new
;i cold wat« r in er r
\ tot transien - ; uo hoarders.
Snecftl Attention to
Rattt 82.00 per Day.
THE MURPHY HOTEL
Convenient to depot. Clean beds and
cool rooms. Cuisine, best that market
' orcls. Transient trade a specialty.
Rate, $2.00 per day.
\ rj.j el . New Management—Completely
I Special Attention to Traveling Men
D. O'GUYNN, Prop.
Late of Pearl River Hotel, Columbia.
Rates, $2.00 Per Day.
When in Vi cksburg
always stop at the National Park Hnt„i
« <•» "«*'■ '■ a-o...,
conducted upon the modified European Plan JU y 4 '
Rooms, $1.00 Per Day And More,
Club Breakfast, 25c and More.
Table D'Hote Dinner, 76c.
Choicest of Everything in S<
Ev ery Room
Business Men's Luncheon
Also a La Carte Service with
ason," Under ts
C ASTON BAUX "The Trav.„n 3 Man'! mT™
'• r,V " am,!;er tIle Orunewald Hotel
"Cleanliness, £e rvi C c and '
Trouble to do Anyth, ng
- "eat- res:
J Your stay
Pleasa ( ,i st
The National Park Hotel
i>. M 14b.
Irr.vài: /. v.? a
- : i*r Pny.
» A, /
Close to Depot. f
Cuisine, |„ ,, market affords.
'-■niioii to traveling men. Your
Patronage is solicited.
H. SCHRODER, Prop,
Mrs. C. E. Nichols, Prop.
Located 100 yards
west of depot.
*1.00 Per Dry.
MrS - j ' P - Clen< denin, Prop rietrest .
Your Patronag t Solicited.
Porter Meets All Traîna
Hot and Cold Baths.
R ates, $2.C0 p er
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