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Satisfied Customers Always This is the slogan upon which the Bank o Hattiesburg conducts its af fairs, and from the number of new ac counts it is opening and the old ones it is holding, the people properly con sider these two points as vital in the selection of a depository. Depositors want to know that their savings are safe. In this bank with deposits guaranteed under the Mis sissippi Banking Law, with weekly di rectors meetings, semi-annual exami nations by State Bank Examiners, and with conservative banking methods, ' our depositors are assured of Absolute Safety for their funds. BANK OF HATTIESBURG ON SAVINGS AND TIME CERTIFICATES. Wo V This is the Only "Guaranteed" Bank in South Mississippi. Society .A it 5 "Personal* s • JULIET FEATHERSTUN ♦ Editor. ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ CALENDAR FOR THE WEEK. ♦ ♦ ♦ , a ♦ Thursday, June 18th. Miss Marie Temple At Home, honoring Miss- ♦ ♦ Evening, 8 o'clock: ♦ A es Jessie Mae Dill, Anna Virginia Williams, and Hanna McNair, 6U1 A v i-.T A West Pine street. A Friday, June 19th. Miscellaneous Shower, honoring Miss ♦ ♦ Morning, 10 o'clock: A Agnes Polk; hostess, Miss Myrtle Byrd, 416 Bay street. Prlscilllan Embroidery Club; hostess, Mrs.- -A A Afternoon, 4 o'clock: A J. N. McMillan, 102 Brunie street. A Aternoon, 4:30 to 6:30: ' A Saille Mae Milner; hostess, Mrs. T. C. Russell, at the residence of A A Mrs. W. J. Haynen, 814 Buschman street. A Afternoon, 4:30: Boudoir Shower, honoring Miss Mamie Steen; A A hostess, Miss Ethel Turner, 842 Main street. A Evening, 8:30 o'clock: Garden Party; hostess, Miss Cora Lillian A A Cook, honoring Misses Vera Parker and Leo Myers. Saturday, June 20th. A Miscellaneous shower, honoring MIbs A A A A A ♦ Maids and Matrons' Bridge; hostess, Miss A Afternoon, 4 o'clock: A Ethel Hill, 703 River avenue. A Afternoon, 6 o'clock: entertained the Sowanias, with Miss Lucia Moore as honor ♦ The Misses Hightower and Ethel and Bes- A A ale Powe A guest At residence of Mrs. Arthur V. Hays, 918 Main street. ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦♦*♦* ♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ v ♦♦ ♦ ♦ Mr. 8. L. Ellis was called home early in the week on account of the Illness of his wife. + + + Miss Grace Parker, of ElHsville, Mias., la the guest of Miss Maurine Welborn, at her home W~ Fourth on + + + Mias Ruth Armlstead, en route from \ Austin, Texas, to her home lu Bir mingham, Ala., will arrive here Friday to be the gueat of her brother, Mr. D. p. Kennedy, at the home of Mrs. M. Rowan. m + + + Musicale For Misa Moore. Mrs. Earley B. Lokey, Mrs. Hugh McWilliams and Mias Leila McWll .y Mam, will give a musicale Tuesday ? morning at the residence of Mrs. Mc t Williams, In honor of Miss Lucia % The guests upon this occa Moore. sion are to be the members of the Sowanla and Nautilus Clubs. + + + Miss Bertha Trotter, of Grenada, will arrive Friday to be the guest of Miss Leila McWilliams. Miss Trotter will be a bride's maid at the McWll liams-Moore wedding on the twenty fourth. + + + Miss Verm Parker, of ElHsville, will arrive Friday to be the guest of Miss Cora Cook for a week or ten days. Miss Cook will entertain at a Garden Party Friday evening in honor of Miss Parker and Miss Leo Myers. + + + Lawn Party. Miss Edith Fairley was the hostess of a lovely al fresco affair Wednesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Fairley, to honor her house guest, Miss Gertrude Cow art, of Lyman, Miss. Chairs and rustic seats were placed all around the broad verandas and out under the trees on the lawn. Iced punch was served upon the veranda, with Misses India Fairley and Susan Rooker serving, guests were ushered into the reception hall, where Miss Fairley presented them to the honoree. Progressive conversation occupied the major part of the evening, each guest being given a program card with spaces for "dates" for ten tete a-tete conversations of live minutes duration. Miss Nettle Russ assisted Mrs. Fair, ley in serving Ice cream and cake at a late hour to the guests, who were the honoree and Misses Grace Eaton, Hanna McNair, Hazel Bishop, Nell Mc Duff, Summers, Eva Swartz, Bobble Haney, Frances Rooker, Marie Tem ple, Nettle Russ, Inez Kirkwood Susan I Rooker, Mamie Cotton, India Fairley, Myrtle Knox, Ethel Fohey; Messrs. Spurgeon Lane, Lloyd St. Clair, Chaun cey Camp, Robert Childs, Gordon St. Clair, Thos. Ferguson, Geo. Denham, Louie Smith, Mims Holmes, Lee Cot ton, Aurelius Kirkwood. Spurgeon Turner, Austin Ferrill, Corley Tra wlck, Joe Dana. Earnest Mixon, Dick son Turner, Hosea Overstreet, Frank and Robert Fairley. After which the (Addition Society oh Page Five.) AN OLD RECIPE TO DARKEN HAIR SAGE TEA AND SULPHUR TURNS GRAY, FADED HAIR DARK AND GLOSSY. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to the hair when faded, streaked or gray; also ends dandruff, itching scalp and stops falling hair. Years ago the only way to get this mixture was to make it at home, which is mussy and troublesome. Nowadays we simply ask at any drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul phur Hair Remedy." You will get a large bottle for about 50 cents. Every body uses this old, famous recipe, be cause no one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as It does It so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with It and draw this through your hair, taking one email strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears, and after mother application or two, your hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy and you look years younger. Real Dunbar Boy in New Orleans, Says a Letter ♦ ♦ ANONYMOUS WRITER CLAIMS HE HAS CHILD, ILL, IN HIS POSSESSION. New- Orleans, June 18-—Bobbie Dun bar Is in New Orleans, and the child now in possession of Mrs. C. P. Dunbar Is not the lost boy, if the writer of a letter to R. Lee Garland, district at torney of St. Landry parish, and John W. Lewis, contains the truth, and both of these men, who have taken an ac tive part In the famous disappearance case since Its beginning are of the opinion that the letter is worth investi gating. The letter which has started anew the mystery of the Opelousas boy's disappearance is dated June 16, 1914. The writer positively says that he has the Dunbar boy in his possession, that the boy came Into his hands by legiti mate means, and that he will return the child if he Is promised Immunity. Mr. Lewis is of the opinion that the letter may be the work of a crank, but goes into details concerning the child, In many of which known facts corrob orate his story, Mr. Lewis believes the matter is worth Investigating. "Some parte of the story ring true," Mr. Lew is said. Promised Immunity. Mr. Garland, Wednesday, issued an -open letter to the writer of the anony immunlty and agreeing to meet every other conaideratlon Imposed in the let meet him and allow him to see the boy he has in his possession. Mr. Lewis will also engage in the inquiry. The anonymous writer says he has had the Dunbar boy In his possession since shortly after the kidnapping, that the child Is now very ill, and has re cently had part of his hand cut off. His conscience, he says, will not al low him to keep the child any longer, but the exact manner in which he ob beyond saying that he came by him "legitimately." He does not even say ADDITIONAL CLEARANCE SALE NEWS CONTINU :D ON PAGE 3 t . Our Great Annual i JUNE CLEARING SALE * > m Saturday, June 20th $50,000.00 Stock of New Summer Merchandise, Including Dr> Goods, Clothing, Shces, Women's and Misses' Ready-to-Wear Millinery and Furnishing Goods, Must Be Sold at Once. i'ding < ins H in ■V, 4 el ■ Pi m, » 4 I • Sale lakes Place at i ir s t u U G - ./A r ■i s R FA v. i'; jH E A I çviùs A T T m U E A s ■ t R I Wi f? f.fi T w "X"' ■— fm 0 ', D m * m, « 8 ■ A s - i * A. I ! i] A IS M iVjM Y 'V L mrs 71 E *• f J '■ÄfiS 1 u i risra N N 1:1 8 E IT Y 4 E CT H. v v* .. iv A V». 20th I .l&iÈSS ", ■ r*. - ■ * «fvfaf R 1EÜÎ IP 8 a.m. s lW i u r Sale ** fhns Pîsce sat ih s B is* p; Sat îr Jay, Jug • i a \ . .-fa :n. i P\IU ^ r Watch For the Red Canvas Signs 110-112 Front St. Look For Extra Special Bargains On Each Page of This Catalogue. lm gl fia;; Ha F J m ■ where obtained the boy, but according to Mr. Lewis, gives many details. Several witnesses In the Dunbar case 1 have always maintained that Walters j had two hoys when In Gulfport, and, tliat he gave one of them away. The child given away, they maintained was the real Dunbar boy. The trans fer of one of the children in Walters' possession to the unknown writer may have taken place In or near Carrière, It la now suggested, In view of cer-i tain contents of the letter. Mrs. Dunbar and the child awarded her at Opelousas are now in New Or leans. She still maintains that she has her own son In her possession. Mr. Garland In his open communica tion offers the anonymous write'r ev ery protection. "While the writer of this letter may possibly be a crank," hald he, "I will not allow any clue that is as strong as 1 deem this one to be to go unln The writer of the letter vestlgated. certainly seems to know a good deal of what he is talking about, 1 Mr». Dunbar Weeps, j Mrs. Dunbar wept bitterly when told that R. Lee Garland, district at It is not the ordinary crank letter." torney of St. Landry parish, had re ceived an anonymous letter stating that the real Bobby Dunbar was in New Orleans and dying. Mr». Dunbar was found at the home of her sister, at 1705 Calhoun street, How To Give Quinine To Children. FEBRILINE is the trade-mark name given to an improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup, pleasant to take and does not disturb the stomach. Chil dren take it and never know It Is Quinine. Also especially adapted to adults who cannot take ordinary Qui nine. 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