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""''" .!,. -All.-ATTBK. HBCl in..- itrrl 1 NEW OASIIIKK OF TIIK 8CKANTON STATE HANK. Mr. Edward II. Lamprey, who will le Installed a cannier of the Hcranton ' Stuto Hank on the 15th int., Is a most experienced and aeeoinullHheil bank ac couutant and raxhier. Mr. Lamprey is a native of Exeter, Pevoimhire county, Canada, a Hon of Mr. j John A. liamprey, 01 (iueipn, uniano, Canada. lie wan educated at the (iuelph Collegiate Institute and the Upper Cana dian College of Toronto. He ia thirty years of age and possessea all the up-to-date methods of a thorough business man requiring the vim and Judgment necessary to All his position with credit and success. Mr. Lamprey, after having served in ""neat to his wife the the Canadian Bank of Commerce came PEKISALLHOMEPMN nt Trlrph""18' ( office, BUSINESS LOCALS. Local Notices Inverted under this head sre charged for at the rate ol ten cents per line fur each Inscrtiun. an he has for the wo- street blacfr lire " ". ..nt conn w iWCttriH r Wu - . fltiA now. " ..hi Boinitonhere .. l. 1,11 I'W'. rod women, has no more tr hlTtll . ..i...fl ifrtP' (,0pm ' ted. South four years ago, and has been ever since in the employ of Messrs. Hunter, Henn A Co. and the Farnsworth Lumber Co. in their extensive timber and saw mill business. did not materialize as they; here Some men otherwtso very pood, roll m.rls in business in Mo- jcandalltke a sweet morsel under thoir (OUKUtrS, BtTCIIllllg W iUlgCb limb liiwn wives and daughters are liable to the same treatment from other men. Chick- 'taifnr here 0 wt"s l,fcH-Ba,n;ay . I home to roost . Uiiiv f' ' M onmp. llev. W. L Hlghtower will preach in 0 the raising 01 I theMethodistchurcfrSunday at7d0p.m. l.btiVO trnmp. . ' I Wm TTi. fnlmnnillin Iw.lH -Trapping nd cutting UBJVyeiitag- last In Odd j" : 1 ..Mnaiofthe 8 ... UteAlwe niinii".-f 4- .... , Misses Mario Delmas and Kate Peter Uelirovepuime I sou and Mrs. T. H. Murphy visited Mo- . R. M. Barber, 01 ' bile on Wednesday. . .in iiri minm: . t, A. . ton jio""j ' r Mr. J. i. rora, one 01 nerauuin a F" dav here was very uurei. uiar attorneys paid a business visit to losed, of course. Election t L.ilnoiis werof Here is a demand ror tan, lor ri-iii ii. ..."" a Lumber ijvsw uud povyG)CR V PURE Makes the food more delicious and wholesome HO At WHIM WWPtH CO., WW VOW. OCEAN SPRINGS LOCALS. MOSS POINT -DEPARTMENT. Mobile Monday Mr. W. O. Young, of New Orleans spent Monday here with his brother, Mr. McVea Young. Deputy Sheriff Ed. M. Taylor was in town from Vancleave Wednesday on business of a legal nature, Miss Jennie Coulson, who has been on a visit here to Mrs. L. P. DeJean re turned to her home In Mobile Wednes day. Mesdames M. Doyle aud II. Knapp were hero Weduesday from Biloxl visit ing Mesdames L. P. DeJean and J. W Cox. Mr. W. R. Woods, of the law firm of Messrs. Denny & Woods, was in Wash ington county on professional business recently. Mr.. M. L. Valverde bought out the mercantile business of C. II. t K. F. Hudson on the 1st Inst. Mr. C. F. Hud son contemplates removing to West Point. llev. W. H. Lewis will begin revival services in the Methodist church Tues day, November 14th at 7:30 p. m. He will be assisted ill these services by Kev. J. K. Carpenter, of Moss Point. The public are invited to attend. The reporter was shown a beautiful oil painting Just completed by Miss Stella Sarrar-ln, which represents a bas ket of fruit. The bunches of grapes and the poaches and apples are so life like as to show hor first-class talent as an artist. The Democrat-Star Job ofllce is well supplied with an legant stock of new stationery of the best grades, new type, latest faces and designs, and every fa cility known to the art for doing the best printing on short notice. Mrs. Frank Warren, after a six-weeks' visit, to her grandmother, Mrs. John I'liattiauv, at ras;Buuii, remmeu iv i.u Cull and get your fruit cuke ingre dients atW. D. Iluuhes'. Ladles' wrappers Just arrived from New York at C. Nelson's. . FOR SALE Topdclivery wagon In first class order cheap. G. F. Mans field, Canty's Store, Scrantoo. Full stock of ladies and children's underwear direct from Baltimore, Just received at lowest prices at C. Nelson's. Just received one car load of very fine Alabama coal. J.Y.MORGAN. Furnisiied Rooms to let. Apply to J. A. Kathman, Mitchell residence, Scuanton. Hot and cold bat hs. 36-1 m I'HOM SWAKTWOUT. BY J. J. M. There will be preaching at Swartwout schoolhouse at 11 o'clock a. m., Sunday, November 12. i' Jack Frost has made us several visits, and served the roses and useless quaran tines alike. K. P. Hoffman has returned from Mo bile with a fine horse, to replace the one that died. The Swartwout school Is In full blast, with Mrs. Julia Kotzum as teacher. Mr. J. Swartwout, brother of T. Swart wout, Is in town, and means to spend the winter with us. i, ; Miss Agnes Day, of Grand Hay, Ala., was detained In our town ten days by quarantine. She has returned home. Last Wednesday evening, Mr. C. M. Cowart, oldest son of Mr. Win. Cowart, was married at Escatawpa, to Miss Lue Wyatt. After a short stay m town they left for the northern part of tliiB county, where he is employed, but 'will return some time this winter, v ' ' ' Mr. White, brotherln-law of Dr. C. P- Curry, has arrived from Chicago with a car load of furniture and household goods. He now calls this his future home. L dwelling housei F' . . i . iv j. Varracnt ts occupjmn l..wi,in in the f arnswu.u. ti.,Ihv. November amn is W-glvlnMiuloiir gobbler has not Lived as yet- . r: fnrker is liaving nisproper- KmnnednyPr.A.C.rimer repaired U painted. (upturn! Mr. Peter Kianenam y su ed 'ew Orleans on Iiiisiiichh ma . returning Saturday. loe nianriiard, who is employed . i i 1. 1 in Mobile, spent a lew nays ronta here recently. . . MUbw lieona Pelham and Isabel Stem- per are vims u n -j.""" in Sew Orleans. Mr. Charles K.JfcUin, sheriff of Mo bile county, Ala., was a business visitor to Scran ton Tuesday. Sume bovs were out Sunday night dunging signs and kicking up the devil generally. No arrests. Onr ovster dealers hero have many orders for the Juicy bivalve for Thanks giving day to he shipped away. The work on the new jail Is progress ing slowly. It will not bo completed by the I'tth of December as per contract. Utile Miss Hoslo Saucier, of West Piwngmila, who has been seriously 111 with malaria is on the road to recovery. The hoard of supervisors met Monday, tat were in session only one day, owing to the small amount of business before the lo'lv. Xohndy is sorry that the quarantine hars have been let down, except the fel lows who were gelling something out of II, The TlKMnrttAT-STAn lob office did lomejohprlnlinglast week for parties j home in Mobile Saturday, accompanied Eatwell Jellytlne, tapioca, farina, barley. A full line of extracts at W. D. Hughes'. Cox and Jane serve Gumbo Wednesday and Saturday nights. 34-tf C. Nelson's large stock of outings and dress goods Just opened Is by far the finest variety In town. NOTICE. The undersigned having purchased the business of C. II. and E. P. Hud son, consisting of soda and mineral waters and groceries, will be pleased to serve an customers wno so gener ously patronized my predecessors. M.L. VALVERDE. News Chaiuberlalu't Pain Halm Cares Others Why Not You? My wifo has been using Chamber Iain's Pain Balm, with good results, fur a lame shoulder that lias Dained her continually for nine years. We have tried nil kinds of medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from any or them. One nay we saw an advertlsenicntof this medicine and thought of trying It. which we did with the best of satisfaction. She has used only one bottle, and her slioul der Is almost well. Anoint, L. Mil lctt. Manchester, N. 11. For sale by Mcvea Young. t Deer Park, Ala. and at Havana. Cuba, Blood will tell. Rev. Father Alovslus Van Waes- hurjhe.of Pass Christian, who recently returned from a Kuronean trio was a welcome visitor Tuesday. Mr.W.E. Frederic contemplates erect ion modern store building on the site here stood the Harrison two-story building, on Delmas avenue. m Mr. H. R. Smith, a well-to-do-farmer of lirand Hay, Ala., visited onr town Satnr day. He reports a considerable amount of cane syrup made In his section. Mr. J. .1. l'aqnette, wife and daughter, Miss Melissa were over from New Or leans and spent from Saturday until Mnnday at their west end yilla, Pasca-K'lula, "f V C. Rlalworth, of Ilayou Cas- "wewill leave to-day (Friday) for Mo- to accept ft position In tho book bindery establishment of Mr. C. L. Pow ers, Ro. J. K. Carpenter, of Moss Point P'ewhed a most excellent sermon in the Presbyterian church last Sunday after noon to a large and appreciative con Position. "a Tuesday afternoon a barn filled "n hay standing nn ttio W In tha H V wpt. John Krander's residence In tho "ern part of town was entirely con wmedbynre. Uss about 100. ; . The survey of the river road between we and Paseagoula and the shelling of Wcagoula rood nn . ti, nri i,Wch are in evidence to show that the Wtof Improvement i reviving. : 1 The Dkmooiiat-Stab has new devil 8 week in the person of Eugene "own from Creole Town. Some day he y be President of these United States. r"er things than that have hap- tv"!' H" K' Wo(x,mn ne of o coun. ..,g00d citizens, was in attendance "IB supervisor's oourt Monday, and iZ6 '"K ,or home hnded n $2 for her year's subscription to the "Old Rain is needed throughout the county. Mill men and log men are still praying for a regular log-mover. It Is certain that the Constitutional Amendments were defeated In this county last Tuesday. ' .he ncW "tcRm cow buiu fr the '"worth UmherOo. will be placed urda i"1"" in the up-river trade Sat Oliv wlU be ln co,"n'ftnd of Capt, u. . Anderol nd Elijah Bowman "sagineer. After an absence of several weeki by Miss Myra Alley, who remained there several days visiting friends. The levy for the fiscal year 1899-flu for the town of Scranton Is as follows; to- wltj OeneralFund 6 mills. School " ........ 2 " Special Bond Fund.. 2 " Total 10 mills. Mr. Fred Hess, the astronmer and civil engineer of Pascagoula, Is doing survey work at Kettavllle for the Farnsworth Lumber Co, He is on the alert also to discover if there is in that neighborhood any particular spot that will be hit by meteor during the shower that is billed to occur between the ISth and 10th insts. The business of the Cumberland Tele phone and Telegraph Co. has Increased of late to such an extent as to necessi' tat the use of another board or nrty numbers and the additional employment of an assistant operator in the exchange. Miss Eugenia Kelnocke has been select ed for the position. Miss Maude Adair and Mr. Robert A, Farnsworth were married on Wednes day afternoon at the church of the Nativity in Mayavllle, Ky. Miss Adair is the daughter of Mr. Geo. W. Adair, of Maysville, and is a most accomplish ed and attractive young woman and was greatly admired while visiting here sev eral years ago, and Mr. Farnsworth, as is well-known, is one of our most enter. prising mill men, and (borough-going aud Droeressive citizens. Mr. and Mrs Farnsworth will make their home in Scrap ton. - . , -.' . , Onr regular subscribers complain to us that the Democrat-Star is swiped from them almost every week by parties who do not subscribe for the paper. If these parties will call at the priuting of fice they ean always got an extra copy for five cents. We don't blame them for wanting to read the Drmocrat-Star, as they know a good thing when they see it. The paper each week contains a large amount of choice reading matter, news, etc. The election In this county, last Tues day, was the most quiet ever held, and the smallest vote polled. o opposition to the regular Democratic ticket. As we put the Dnmoorat-Star to press this (Thursday) evening, several boxes are vet to come ln. The election Commis- I 1 . 3 W. tun Is prepared to fit you and j our boys with a suit of .Clothes, Overcoat, . ?&Pants, Of the FAMOUS STKRLIxti BRAND. There is none better. Novrmber X IStW. Ladles CAPES, JACKETS, ;. . FUR COLARETTES, FASCINATORS. The largest stock In town. Gents' Furnishing Goods. K nibs Avenue, Scmntcin, Visa. ' aa-tf Misses Marguerite Vennemann and Marie DeBnys, of New Orleans, return ed to the conventof Perpetual Adoration here on Monday for the session. They were accompanied here by Misses Eula- lle DeBuys and Letitla Vennemann, who returned to the Crescent City the same day. Rev. Father McNamara, of Natchea, the distinguished Cathotlo priest and orator spent sevoral days here this week, the guest of Rev. Father Ten Brink. Messrs. H. Bloomfteld and W. R. Woods were on legal business at Bay Bt Louis Tuesday. On Tuesday night a party of Terp- gichoreans of both sexes met at the residence of Mr. H. Vf Krebs at Pas cagoula and kept time to the merry music until the wee sma' hours of the morning. s. Mrs. Frank II. Lewis, baby and nurse snent a couple days in Mobile this week with Mrs. Kate Staples. Master Walter Lewis, who has been visiting there re turned home with his mother. The farmers about Grand Bay, Ala., sell large quantities of crb grass and clover hay in scranton.. loners will meet Monday, at the court- , , W UlVlilUUIBll HUUft i,. 'ayRndPreohed at night The j clai Vote will appear in the Dkmocbat- "Winn tn ""' vi never wwm doners WlU meet jnonuny, nsnwurr W m t ?uarwi'ne restrictions Rev. house to recount the vote and make up ..... ...vv..v. iivvk i.a QmcUl rewfu Next week theofn- meetliiB jji-'""-"'"P Wvo. i, j . , pastor and flock was cordial and mutuaL OS? foe'nment tuB Wm. Welch, hJ. ' mt0M with the famigatton Star. It will not be a surprise to any who tiro at all famtlar with the good qual- t Ad nf rthumhoriHln's Cough Remedy, tn know that people everywhere take ninnoiint tn ruiuMniT the r exDerlence LIU , ,'IVIW.f.n a.. . r. --- - , , OP until the next aeawn of In the use of that spieonia newuna ana in teiiinn oi inn ""(w I received from it, or ona ou Tuesdnvn..;! . w"""w" of llireateneq aiincas ui n...-u Shin t.i j ",e m the rlveT from WU be irtHqnnWa,,tlne WB Iftln tin until a.1 i . I, 'wine B",,e,m8 colored Uborew: unml It haa averted and or toe cnu hon. T'Lon ot the American Tele- dron It has saved from attacks of croup i...... na "elegranh rio'a inn Aim. undwhtmDlnu eoiiKli. Hit a .grand, llne bmiding eastward fnmN. iuhkI nwdkltic, For salo by McVca WHEN YOU riEED A .. . fri S I HILL REMEDY, J YOU WANT THE BEST. f2 l TO QET THE BEST BE SURE. TO ASK FOR T g DR. ARTHUR'S S liFiraiiiiLl I IT IS GUARANTEED. ., 7 l Quickest Curs. Bast Tasting, Most Hicnl Sf A FINE AROMATIC SYRUP WITH AN i fj AOREEABLf FLAVOR OP FKJS. . ft t Prloe, OOo. Per Z3otti9. f OAtmoX.-Dont aeewl oth.r Manttooi havlat r i 1 t-y imng, Im that the labal nads Sr. ArtaWa hMnL Tau ao otBsr. II PrepaionlyByPRimYASHBrrreRSCi. f tOLD BY ALL OROCOIJTS. f " II Mr. Tony Endt spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. E. A.Clark visited Tilloxl Mon ti ty and Tu "Sflay. I)r. W. f). Talbot spent n few lionrs visiting (riends here Sunday. Mr. S. Dradford, of "Vancleave was a visitor to our town Monday. Mr. E. S. Davis and wife visited New Orleans on Wednesday. Miss Mae Davis was among the vis itors to Ililoxl this week. Mr. Casper Vahle visited New Or leans on business this week. Mr. Percy S. Morrow, of New Or leans visited home folks Sunday. Mr. S. T. Haviland and Mr. Joe March passed Sunday at home. Mr. Tom Shanahan's many friends rcirret to hear of his serious Illness. Miss Mary Anderson left the first or the week to teacti the Jen Havens' school. Miss Susie VuuRlian left Sunday to take charge of her school at Mc- Henry. Miss Loretta Buttner spent Sunday with her father and grandparents here. Mr. B. F. Joachim will call upon bis Scranton patrons on Wednesday and Thursday next. Miss Elvena Cox. of Florala was the guest of her friend Miss Sadie Davis during the week Mr. Thos. E. Ramsay, of Vancleave was a Mobile visitor, stopping off at Scranton this week. Our efficient deputy sheriff and townsman, Mr. J. D. Minor was a welcome Sunday visitor, Rev. J. 11. Searcy, an able Baptist divine of Jackson, Miss, spent a few hours in town on Monday, The Parsonage and Mission society held their regular monthly meeting at the church Tuesday, Nov. 7th. On Weduesday morning Alf. B Stuart killed two large wild turkeys on his farm adjoining the town limits Miss Lclia May Smith, one of our winsome teachers, spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Pearl ington. Mr. Russell I. Bradford, left Tues. day morning for Claringdon, Arkan sas, where he goes to accept a post tlon. Mr. A. T. Catchnt. who is operating extensive cross tie camps for the L &N. at RcDton, Ala. is on a week'i vacation to his family here, Mr. Duncan Sinclair and sister Miss Maggie Sinclair, spent from Jriday until Weduesday evening at thel beautiful villa on tho bay. Mr. Will II. Day and mother Mrs Harriet N. Dav of New Albany, In diana are visiting their sister Mrs Dr. W. U. West east beach. Mrs. M. A. Case left for Mobile Wednesday to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Leftwich. Engineer Jeff D. Ilollovvay and fami ly will occupy the Case residence here. Mrs. S. L. Jackson, the former pop ular hostess of the Ocean Springs hotel was a welcome guest at the home of Col. and Mrs. II. S. Hyatt this week. Messrs. Davis Bros, are showing a progressive spirit in inaugurating a side-walk boom for our town, 'ihey have laid a cement walk the entire length of their store property. Let others follow their enterprise. Mr. R. L. Graham, formerly of Por tal, Georgia, who has recently pur chased the Oliver Edwards property in Harrison county near Wool Mark et, was in town Wednesday. Mrs. SueT. Price, after a sojourn of several months with relatives at Pass Christian returned home Wednesday. She was warmly greeted by her num erous friends and ndmirers, who are all happy to have her back again Col. J. B. Rose has won the laurels for marksmanship this season. He returned a few days ago from a hunt in the neighborhood of Pearlington, bringing back two large deer, which were shot and killed by him after an exciting chase on horseback. ; The Woman's Parsonage and Mis sion Society of the M. E. church con template giving a Thanksgiving Sup per at the III inn hotel on Thanksgiv ing evening. There will be an at tractive musical and literary pro gram. Some of the talented artists of this place and adjacent towns will lend their voices In maklug the even ing an enjoyable one. Mr. Peter Meyer died at U o'clock a. ni. Tuesday morning at nis resi dence, the Inn hotel. He has been a sufferer with a tumor of the stomach for the past year. His remains, ac companied by his brother-in-law, Mr. Geo. E. Arndt were taken to New Or leans Wednesday for Interment in the Metal rle cemetery. Deceased was a Dative of Germany, aged 65 years. He leaves a wire and four children, two girls and two boys. Mrs. T. J. Woodcock died last Sun Aw im.minir. after a short Illness. CliurcliflH. MKTiinmuT lie. J. E. Curiwnter. pastor Pr-aliln nvory Hundy. rruyer-imUng every Wrnni'Mlny ev,mnir I Inr 1'HK.HBVTKKIAN U'V. II J. t'lllllpKten. PS- ir I'rciichlnit every Hunffty. I'rayer-muct- tiKrnvi.rv Wil(!Hflli tllirltt. 1'lilllTll Mllliiliiv m limil utity .-.iiminj i niliolii 9 :iii. ui, Mum rvrrv myihhI PiiiiiIuv nt I" w Items of Interest Gathered Irora Various Sources. . SOLD BY . , . ; SCRANTON PHARMACY and J.W.STEWART, Moss Point. Apiill tf. IKW. . . ' , . . ,,My Deceased was 31 years of age, and was a most estimable woman. ne a husband and five young children, one of whom Is an Infant of a few months. The funeral services took place Monday afternoon and tho re mains, were, buried In the beautiful cemetery on Fort Bayou, Rev. 0. Swlteer officiating. y . Tha Dbmocrat-8tar Job bfhoe Is sup nllod with first-class stationery of all kinds, and our Job work is of the best, and at liberal prices for cash. Mr. J. W. Stewart made a business visit to Mobile on Monday. ' A number of rafts of logs are ex pected down in a few days. Miss Myrtle Wanlcss has returned to her duties in Mr. M. A. Malcomb's store. I have along list of Mobile resi dence property for sale cheap. JOHN HILL. Mr. and Mrs. James Paul and neph ew Mr. Peter Paul visited Mobile on Tuesday. i Mr. L. A. Morris with his little dauithler Elolse visited Atlanta this week. The ladies union prayer-meeting was largely attended wonaay alter noon. Miss Joschine Bishop is on a visit to her sister Mrs. Wm. B. Delmas io Handsboro. Mr. M. M. Watkins, who has been at West Side, Miss, for several months returned here last Monday. The voting here on Tuesday was very qulet.and of course the full Dcm ocratic ticket was elected. Mrs. James Moody and two children, of Cross Roads, who have been visit ing In Jacksonville, Fla. returned home Monday. Mrs. J. L. DanUler and little daughter Eran, and Mrs. Alf. Dantzler left Wednesday on a visit to relatives in Union City, Tenn. Mrs. John Gisch, of New Orleans is visiting Capt. John Alberts and fa ml ly and looking after her property in terests here. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Robinson and children returned last week from Nor walk, Ohio, where Mrs. Robinson has been spending the summer. The schooner Eleanor is receiving a cargo of 350,000 leet of lumber for Havana at the L. N. Dantzler Lum ber'Company's mills this week. An Impromptu dancing party was much enjoyed by a small and select company of young people, chaperoned by Miss Nan Sheeiiy at the Hotel Randall on Tuesday evening. Messrs. J. II. and John F. P. Blum er left on Tuesday for Ellisville, Miss, to attend the marriage of their broth er, Mr. P. E. Blumer to Miss Marcia Cook, of Heidleburg, on Wednesday of this week. The schooners Anna M. Stammer and Nan M. Dantzler are loading thi week at tho L. N. Dantzler Lumber Co. "8 mills, the former with 350,000 feet of lumber for navana and the latter with 175,000 feet. for Vera Cruz. Mr. Warren Maybln, of Biloxl, has come over to have Prof. Pate give him special work in Latin and Greek. He will enter the Unlverity next session and wishes to make a special Study of these two branches. Mrs. Amelia Turner was a visitor here Monday from near Orange Grove. Mrs. Turner has made, a reputa tion for herself by the tasteful and skillful manner she makes floral offer ings for weddings and funerals. From the large variety of beauti ful neck ties displayed at Messrs. Cowan Bros, store a very handsome one was presented by Hon. M. M Evans to the Democrat-Star report er while on his rounds last Tuesday. Mr. A. Blumer has turned out from Ills foundry 100 dry kiln trucks for the Salmon Brick and Lumber Co. of Slidell, La. which were shipped by Capt. S. R. Thompson's schooner on Tuesday for the above brick yard. The schooner Nan M. Dantzler, named for Mrs. J. L. Dantzler and commanded by Capt. F. Dethloff and Mr. Willie Alberts chief mate arrived from Vera Cruz Monday and Is load lng for a return trip. The roads between Moss Point and Scranton are ln a deplorable condition and need shelling badly. Why not use the pile of shells on the bank of the Escatawpa river, which was plac there for that purpose? Let a collec tion be taken up for their distribution On Monday Mr. Wallace Wood was slightly Injured at the O'Leary mill by coming In sudden contact with piece of scantling, which was broken off hv t ho saw. a anc I nor away ana striking him full In the breast. Dr. J. C. Cowan was called and pronounc ed his Injuries very slight. We were misinformed concerning the extension of the Moss Point and Pascagoula Railroad line to the Dantzler Lumber Co.'s mills. The project is a feasible one, and would add materially to the business Inter ests of the town, and as there are a few very progressive citizens in Moss Point, we accepted the report as true, feeling that the move reflected great credit on the management of the road. Rev. 7. E. Carpenter returned Sat urday afternoon from a few days hunt up In Greene county, where he says he awoke that cold Thursday morning with white hair. Ho came back with a One turkey and two hams of venison In a bag, but we are not Informed as to where he purchased this most excellent game. He has Just received hit new gun, which la a most excellent one, bo we presume there will be no The Halloween party given on Tues day evening of last week by Mr. und Mrs. Cumpsten was In every way a success, and the hunt and hostess proved themselves to be most excel lent entertainers. Various games were introduced for the amusement of the company, and lastly eleven questions on ''apples" were submitted to all and a piece of paper was given to each on which these questions were to be an swered. A prize was offered to the one answering the greatest number and also to the one answering tho fewest number of questions. The first prize, a very handsome cup and sau cer which we hope will be of UReto him some day, was awarded to Prof. W. T. Pate. The booby prize, two copper cents, was awarded to Mr. Jim Spann, who was followed by close sec onds In the contest. Every one left feeling most srateful to Mr. and Mrs. Cumpsten for a most pleasant and de lightful evening. Miss Laura Griffin has again left Moss Point. She left last Thursday to return to Sophie Newcome Collegei New Orleans, where she will pursue her study of art, which she began last year. We all think Miss Griffin does right In following her ambition, but still we, her friends of Moss Point, dislike very much to give her up from our social circles. Miss Lyll Morris was right sick for a few days last week, but John says she is better now, in fact she is well again. Well, he ought to know. Capt. Gus and Mrs. Anderson have been looking for their son John, home for several days. John is at work in Birmingham, Ala. MISSIONARY RALLY DAY PRO GRAM. METIIODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL, NOV. 14, 1899, 9:30 O'CLOCK. Anthem By the choir. Song "Marching to Canaan," by the school. Opening prayer. Responsive Reading. Calling roll of officers and teachers. Song "Work for the Master," by the school. Recitation-"What You Saw," by Carlotta Stewart. Recitation "Send the Word," by Georgie Overstreet. Song "Go Work To-Day," by the school. Recitation-"Who Will Go?" by An nle Myers. Song "The Harvest Call," by the school. Recitation "The Curse of Empty Hands," by lna Thompson. Song "Gather Thy Sheaves," by the school. . Solo By Miss Katie Swan. Report of classes and collection. Recitation "Your Own," by Miss Helen Myers. Solo "I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go," by Miss Virgie Spencer. Report of Secretary and announce ments. Song "The LIghtof Home," by the school." . WELL, SAY, LOOK HERE. This section is bound to boom in the near future. Those who have will sell, so why not buy and be In tho swim. Call on or write to JOHN HILL, Real Estate Agent. DENTAL NOTICE. Dr. F. B. KEURILL, -DENTIST Moss Point, Miss. Ofllce, opposite Stewart's uruu suiru. Extracting and Bllln teetb without pain. Artificial teeth Inserted Immediately after extraction. Crown and Bridge V orlt a spe cialty. patronage mil lei ted. Work guaranteed, prices reasonable, July 28, 1899. 24-m IS TOUR PRQPERTT UUf! I represent Ihc Home of New York, Queen of America, Norwich Un ion of England and Teulonia of New Or. leans. These aro all first-class Fire Insurance Companies. For rates, call or address J. W. STEWART, Mots Point, MIm. January 37, 1899. WM'f c. w. garnerT Blacksmith, Wheelwright Apd General Repairer, MOSS POINT, MISS., Painting a Specialty. All Work Quarantwd. Also ainnt for the BOSS 8TABLK. Horses and BuKKlea at all hours. Hauling of all kinds. Fine Turnouts with gentle horses. Undertaker Coffins and Casketa of avar description always on hand. ALL ORDERS LEFT AT ' C. Fetrer'a residence, opposite Odd Fe! lows' Hall, Scranton, or U. A. Walton stable, Pascagoula, will be Promptly Attm&al to. April l me. T-iv Autonomic Kovernruent has been es taulislied at Bacalor, Id Nenros Island. 1 game to hunt next yeu tacd y British Boldteia la Africa,. Oaot. O. O. Benntoon Is well known' all over Africa commander of the forces that captured the famous reoei JOIIOllV. VIIUD, 4 W4WV , MWff IIIIU , I I1IUIK, , JNVUWIHSHMI,' tW uBl.MI llUnFi... .(AUUlA campaign I boiwhtaquantlty oTUbijK neriain'suoiic, unoiera ana uiarrnoea tiemedy, wnicn J. uaea tnyseir wnen antlrl saslt Ki-ktsual iMm nl a int. n1 VI VUUICU W IV 1 1 uunvi wtuiinwf a had given to ray men, and In every case It proved most beneficial." For sale by MeVoa Youuu. , Youug. " f .0 4 v.'