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QUININE AND IRON-THE
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Gr P v IL s Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both
tn Tasteless form. The Quinine drives
out Malaria and the Iron builds up
the System. For Adults and
Children.
You know what you are taking when
£nwT a o e GROVE > S TASTELESS chill
TONIC, recognized for 30 years through
23.*, Î* 1 ® ® outh as the standard Malaria,
Chtll and Fever Remedy and General
Strengthening Tonic. It 'is asstrong as
the strongest bitter tonic, but you do not
taste the bitter because the ingredients
do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis
solve readily in the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggist.
We mean
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T^w S °' nIy P ne ' TilU'MO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE RROMO QUININE
Look for signature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c!
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♦ MARY ANNA ALLEN
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CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK.






Friday, April 18th.
Afternoon. 3 o'clock: Married Ladies' Card Club; hostess, Mrs. ♦
♦ D. B. Holmes.
Afternoon, 3 o'clock;
♦ M. A. Holliman.
Afternoon, 3 o'clock: Priscilian Embroidery Club; hostess, ♦
♦ Mrs. E. D. Solomon.



FortnlghtlyBridge Club; hostess, Mrs. ♦




Saturday, April' 19th.
Afternoon, 3:30 o'clock: Sowania Club; hostess, Miss Ethel ♦


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THE SUNSHINE PATH.
"Fret, and the way looks dreary;
Laugh and the path is bright;
For the welcome smile
Brings sunshine, while
A frown shuts out the light."
—Clipped.
4* 4* 4*
Mr. \V. K. Evans lias returned from
a visit to Birmingham on Masonic
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business.
4* 4* 4
The Parent-Teacher Association of I
Main Street school will meet Thurs
day afternoon in the domestic science ;
room of the school ,at 3:30 o'clock.
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The Parent-Teacher Association of
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the Hardy Street school will meet to
morrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with
Mrs. W. Cl. Hamper, on Hardy street.
The members are requested to attend
and bring their dues. j
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The Parent-Teacher Association of j
the Third Ward will meet tomorrow I
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the school j
and all interested in the work are
urged to attend. There will be some
very important business to come be
fore the members.
Dance At Forrest Club.
Tuesday evening the Forrest Club
its first entertainment since the.
long series of parties given there .be
4* 4* 4*
gave
fore Lent.
Their hospitality on Tuesday eve
took the form of an informal
ning
dance, when twenty couples or more
enjoyed the music and dancing in the
spacious ball room of the club.
Messrs. P. L. Gaston and Ike Dortch
led the German figures^
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Dance At Woodmen Hall.
Messrs. W. M. Cooper, R. E. King
and Charles White will entertain at a
in honor of the Woodmen of
World and the friends of the
dance
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Our Policy :
To get a new customer every day;
to «erve every cuatomer ao well that
they will come back voluntarily to let
serve them again and again.
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Have You Joined Our "/fappÿ Family" ?
To help ui live up to our pMley
telling ladies' shoes that F
these three element» In greater
than other line«;
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It la to your Interoot to com# In
and talk thig oyor with ua.
IBÇ R G ' S
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SW I\T
UEÜEVES PAIN AND HEALS,
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AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing Oil. An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
Old R. R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood
Poisoning,
Thousands of families know it, 1 i
and a trial will convince you that DR! !
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING !
th ir m wî wo " de f fu l remedy ever j
discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores,
Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids,
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and external diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people are
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist
Wemeanit. 25c, SOc, f l.QQ
is
organization on next Monday evening,
jat the Woodman hall, from 8 to 12
o'clock. It will be a general affair to
which all the friends of the order are
invited and a new feature will be the
dancing of the old-fashioned square
dances, with the music by "old time
fiddlers."
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Memorial Day, April 27th.
.Memorial Day will be observed by
the Confederate Veterans and United ^
Daughters of the Confederacy on Sun- ^
day, April 27th.

The following persons are asked toj +
be present at the exercises to receive [
their crosses of honor:
J. B. Harris, i
veteran; H. D. Bundy, veteran; A. B. |
Hubbard, veteran; J. A. Wimbish, vet-j rp
eran; Mrs. Elizabeth McKinney Stol
Icnwerck for Henry N. McKinney;
Mrs. Ruth Daniels, for H. B. Bostwick;
«»• 1 S elser, for James Montgomery
Selser; Mrs. P. R. Perkins, for Reuben
Dudley Johns, and also for Eugene
Washington Cooper.
The sermon and exercises will be
&t ^ pirBt Fresbyterlan church
jn ^ cRy at 2;30 and everybody l8
invited.
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Batson-Haney.
Tuesday afternoon there was a quiet
wedding at the home of Mr. W. T. Ha
ney, on Court street, when the oldest
daughter of the homo. Miss Bessie
Haney and Mr. R. W. Batson were
united in marriage. Although no in
vitations had been issued there was
quite an informal gathering of friends
and relatives present.
Mrs. John T. Haney, sister-in-law
of the bride, played the wedding march
from Lohengrin and the ring ceremony
was used by Rev. E. J .Currie, a life
long friends of the family and pastor
of the First Presbyterian church,
which the bride had attended since
babyhood.
After congratulations the young
couple left for a few days' stay in
New Orleans and on their return will |
be guests of the bride's father, Mr. W. :
T. Haney, for several
which they will he located with the
groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Batson, at their country home near
Hattiesburg.
The bride wore her going away
costume, a navy blue Bulgarian suit,
the soft white marquisette blouse be
days, after
ins fllllshe<1 tailor fasl ' lon with Bui
garlan colored silk buttons, while her
small Fiske hat of cerise, veiled in
navy blue chiffon, was wreathed with
gay colored asters,
musically, having studied at the
Brenau Conservatory of Music, and
since leaving school has shared in all
the pleasures of the unmarried set.
Two pre-nuptial parties were given in
her honor, one being a "shower" from
the Sowania Club, in which she has
held membership since leaving col
lege.
She Is talented
The engagement of Mr. Batson and j
Miss Haney, following a custom which j
has grown to be quite popular with !
the members, was first announced at
a club meeting of the Sowania girls.
The groom, who is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Batson, is widely con
nected and is a Marlon, Ala., Military
Academy boy. The young couple re
ceived a number of beautiful wedding
gifts.
Hyomei Inhaler
FOR CATARRH
If You Own One
Then you ought to know that drug
gists everywhere will hand you a bot
tle of Booth's HYOMEI for only 50
cents.
Pour a few drops of HY
OMEI Into the inhaler and start this
very day to breathe the healing Bal
snmic vapor and destroy the Catarrh
germs.
With every package of Booth's
HYOMEI comes a little booklet which
explains how easy it Is to end the
misery of Catarrh and Croup. It is
made of Australian Eucalyptus and
contains no harmful drug.
But best of all The Owl Drug Store
is authorized to refund your money If
you are dissatisfied. If you haven't
the HYOMEI inhaler ask for the com
To
tate
68-100
has
ing
plete outfit, $1.00. Just breathe it
No stomach dosing.
RAMSEY & COMPANY
LEADING UNDERTAKERS
PROMPT AMBULANCE SERVICE. ! said
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day
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The W. C. T .U. will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 at the home of Mrs.
rp q Watkins.
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Rescue Home Circle Meets.
The Rescue Home Circle of King's !
Daughters met Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. J. E. McKay, with
Mrs. Cal Cunningham. There was a
good attendance and after the regular
business, delegates were elected to
the State King's Daughters' conven
tion, Mrs. Andrew McGregor, the
leader and Mrs. Trigg, being elected.
Tea and sandwiches were Berved by
the hoBtess after the meeting.
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AFTER SICKNESS
How to Recover Strength.
So many people are asking how to
recover their strength after severe
sickness that we are publishing this
information for their benefit.
After grippe, pleurisy, pneumonia
or any illness what you need is new
strength and better blood.
The most certain way to get this
is by taking Vinol, our delicious cod
liver and Iron preparation (without
oil.) It creates strength, improves the
blood, sharpens the appetite and re
stores the entire system to a healthy
robust condition.
Mrs. Alice Mill, of Newton, N. C.,
says: "I had a very severe attack of
grippe which confined me to my bed
for several weeks. After I was able
to sit up, I felt weak, tired and worn
out for a long time,
vised me to try Vinol and before I
had taken one bottle I was entirely
relieved of that tired, worn out feel
ing which usually follows grippe and
I had regained my strength and felt
well again.
Try a bottle of Vinol. Your money
will be returned If It does not reatore
your vitality and atrength.—Haya ft
Field, Druggiata, Hattiesburg, Miss.
P. 8. If you have Eczema try our
Saxo Salve. We guarantee It
DR. BARBER
I^Drs. Barber ft Williams
lÊÊ& Throat Specialists
HPksou.
'filBFin Hattiesburg ou
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Lameness
Sloan'sXiniment is a quick
and reliable remedy for lame
ness in horses and other farm
animals.
" Sloau's Liniment surpasse* any
thing on earth for lameness in <
and other horse ailments. I would
not sleep without it in my stable."—
Mahtin Doyle,
432 West 19th St., New York City.
Good for Swelling and Abscess.
Mb. H. M. Gibbs, of Lawrence, Kan.,
R. F. D., No. 3, writes:—" 1 had a maro
n her neck and
's Liniment entirely
cured her. I keep it all the time for
galls and small swellings and for every
thing about the stook. '
with
50c. bottl«of Slo
ab
SLOANS
UNIMENT
is a quick and safe remedy
for hog cholera.
Governor of Georgia um.
Sloan'. Liniment for Hog Cholera.
" I heard Gov. Brown (who is quite a
that he had never lost a
farmer )
hog from cholera and that his remedy
always was a tablespoonfid of Sloan's
Liniment in a gallon of slops, decreas
ing the dose as the animal improved.
Last month Gov. Brown and myself
Agricultural College
i the discussion of the
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were at the
building and in
ravages of the disease, Gov. Brown
gave the remedy named as unfailing,"
"Observer."
Savannah Daily News.
At All Dealers. 25c., 50c. & »1.00.
Sloan's Book on '
Hogs and Poultry
Address Dr. Earl 8. Sloan, Boston.
Horwi, Cattle,
ATTACHMENT NOTICE.
The State of Mississippi
H. B. McCall:
An attachment at the suit of the
Merchants Grocery Company, a Mis
sissippi corporation against your es
tate for two hundred eighty-nine and
68-100 dollars, returnable before the
Circuit Court of Forrest County, Mis
sissippi at Hattiesburg in said state
has been executed and is now pend
ing in said court. Unless you appear
before said court on the fourth Mon- •
said action, judgment will be entered
and the estate attached will be sold.
day of April, A. D., 1913, and plead to
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Witness my signature on this the '
2nd day of April, A. D., 1913.
T. J. Mixon, |
Circuit Clerk.
2-3weds
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SCIENIK
TEMPERANCE
MISS F1NLING, NOTED INSTRUC
TOR, WILL GIVE COURSE OF
STUDY AT NORMAL. *
Among other measures adopted at
a recent meeting of the State Exec
utive committee of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union, held at Stark
ville, was the arrangement for a com
plete course of study in the Missis
sippi Normal College, with Miss Chris
tine I. Flnling, as Instructress.
Miss Flnling, formerly of England,
now engaged in such work in Virginia,
is an expert in the teaching of scien
tific temperance in the schools.
Dr. W. T. Lowry, himself a tem
perance speaker as well
educator, will speak In behalf of the
W. C. T. U. at the State Teachers'
association, which meets in Hatties
burg May 1, 2, 3.
Last year the State W. C. T. U.
offered prizes of $25 in gold at the
University of Mississippi for the best
essay on scientific temperance, and at
commencement three such prizes
were awarded. The particular phaze
of the general subject for such essays
is selected by the department of scien
tific temperance Instruction for the
National W. C. T. U., which for years
has given many thousands of dollars
in prizes to colleges, high schools and
graded schools, In essay contests.
This year the Mississippi W. C. T.
U. has offered at the University and
the A. ft M. College $60 In gold as a
prize to the Benlor student who pre
pares the best essay on a selected sub
ject The winner of the prise at each
Institution, In addition. Is made eligi
ble for the contest for a $100 prise
offered by the National W. C. T. U.
Delegates to the trl-ennlal conven
tion of the World's W. C. T. U„ which
meets at Brooklyn, N. Y., October
23-18, 1913, were elected as follow«:
Mrs. Harriet B. Kells, Mrs. Marion B.
Longlno, Mrs. J. C. Stanley, Misa Min
nie Walker, Mrs. Tboa. Spight, Miss
Madge Montgomery, Mrs. Claia Cox,
I Mrs. W. T. BarretL Mrs W. W. Scales,
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Big
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Yes, Sir,
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Notice These
Prices
IHRES
The people who fail to ini
vestigate the opportunities 3
of life such as this great sali
have no one to blame but
themselves if they don'jr
prosper. T
Here now, everyone in Hat
tiesburg is offered the :
chance to buy goods they
will need sooner or later, at ;
prices way below what,
they have had to pay form'
erly or will have to pay
later. The shrewd buyers-
those who are getting ahead
-are quick to grasp such an
opportunity as this. They
realize that to take advan
tage of it is just like finding
money.
Go where you will and when you will,; ]
you'll not find bargains like these. No
merchant is going to sacrifice good mer
chandise in this way except undei cir-^
'cumstances compelling drastic measures.*!
de-J:
carry out new plans.] ;
Haisfield's must reduce stock without
lay in order to
Hence the remarkable bargains, of which
the following are only a few:
LADIES' SKIRTS
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White Linen Skirts, with pockets, trimmed in white pearl buttons, $2.88
values, for
.$1.24
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$1.98
Fine quality White Bedford Cord Skirts, $3.00 values, for
200 Novelty Skirts, light colors, Serge, Whip Cord, Bedford Corda and
many other new materials, $8.00 to $10.00 values, for .
$8.8$
»1.96
1 lot light weight Skirt«, fancy mixtures, $4.00 value», for
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150 LADIES' DRESSES
Pure Linen Trimmed, in Dutch Collar« and «hört sleeves. Figured Lawn
"Dresses, trimmed with Embroidery Collar». Bedford Cord, pink,
white and light blue Linen, $5.00 value«, for.
$2.98
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$8.98
1 lot of Lingerie Dresse«, trimmed in fine Lace, $5.00 values, for.
25 dozen Lingerie, Voile, Linen and Madras Waists, $1.50 to $2.00 val
ues, for.
98c
Children's Dresses, made of fine Gingham, Percale, Galeteer and Sham
bry, sizes 6 to 14. $1.00 values, or
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49c
25 dozen Ladies' Tub Dresses, neatly trimmed, Gingham and Percale,
$2.00 values, for
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98c
100 SAMPLE DRESSES .Ratine, Eponge, Longerie and Linen, sizes 1$,
18, 36, and not above 38. You couldn't buy If marked regular for ~
leas than $10 to $15.00. They will go for
.$6.98
Fri. April 18
Thur., April 17
Sat, April 19
Ladle«' White Waists,
One Case Lawn, 10c
20 dozen Middy Blouses
trimmed with navy and
all alzeo, 75c value», for
values
red collar,
39c
4c
39c /
10 TO 10:30 A. M.
10 TO 10:30 A. M.
10 TO 10:30 A. M.
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