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T B. Ca-tanjra. of Biii ii, spirit a ei-sit! of days la ibis city tfcs week Me-srs. John Watts aed Herbert Canty were visitors to Eilmi the flr-st ef Use week. Sjta the change to th announce ment o Ibe boaton Store appearing la this Issue. W. T. Carr.of thePaseagoulaTraBS- frr Coairanr. was business visitor Monday to Uiloil. T.J. Rigshy. or Tea Mile, vis bu.lness visitor to this city the first part of the week. T. W. MeAlpio, uf Jackion, was In this eity Monday. Hoo. L.B. Mosley. He accompanied Mtiee Gertrude Uloer and Martha Lenta were Sunday visitors to Mi bile, returning Monday. Mrs. Charles Cowles, of New Or leans, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. G Del am, this week. A. Toyed la, . proprietor of the Olympta cafe, was a business visitor V New Orleans Monday. For Rentsii-room houe. Apply C Nelson's Store. E. B. Dunten, manager of the Gulf C'st Realty and Colony Company, was a business visitor to Mobile Tues day. Vincent Tueel, a will known and prominent young man of Blloil, a Sunday visitor to friends in this city. , Hod. L. B. Mosley, of Jacksoo, was In this city' Monday, called here by the illness and death of bis brother, VY. R. Mosley. Mrs. Jnbo It. Ray, of Springfield, Missouri, Is with her aunt, Mrs. Fan nie Lnughrldge, and will remain here for some time. Mrs. A. M. Seymour and grand children, nf Ocean Springs, were visit ors to the home of R. L. While and family Sunday. HUIl W. MM MHIUUIMJUt Ol HIC growing town of Lalne, transacted business la this city Monday, and was a pleasant caller at this ofllce. . Hon. J. C. Tiler, of Blloxl, United States deputy clerk, was in thla city Monday. He was In attendance at tbe funeral of bis friend, W. R. Mot ley. Ladles, take note of the advertise ment of Mrs. George J. Granlund ap pearing lo this Issue; she bas added a new department to her already up-to date store. J. W.Zlnk, of Orange Grove, visit ed friends In this city tbe first part of the week, as well as transacting business. He paid a pleasant visit to tbia ofllce. Capt. R. B. Sargent! tailed oa bis vessel, the Mary S. Barret, to New York last Wednesday. Mrs. Sargent will remain bere at her old bomeuotll the captain return, W. A. Farmer, the head mm lb tbe dredge work at Gulfport, was a visitor to bla family ia this city Sunday "Bill" Is a good fellow and we are always glad to see him. Harry A. Burke, of New York City, who had been visiting friends ia this city for several days, left Saturday morning for New Orleans, where he will spend a few days before returning home. FOB DELICATE CHILDREN R Mother's Letter to Mothers. Mrs. E. W. Cooper of Blooiafleld, N. J., a&ya: "Mr child, seven years old, bad ft bad cold and was wek and quite run down In health. She bad been in tbl condition for about six weeka when I began giving nor VlnoL It waa ft wonderful help to the chad, breaking up her cold quickly sod building up her strength beside. I nave also found Vlnol ft moat excel lent tonic for keeping up the chfl cren'a strength during a liega of whooping cough." Vlnol ia a wonderful combination of two world-famed tonics the medt- elnal body building elementa of cod liver oO and Iron for the blood, thera- fore it ia a perfectly aafe medicine lor cmwrea, uraw . - because It is not ft purest medicine, everything In It la nintA An mn nark miro mn mnthu-a v- h.t. sr riTtiiff thair Uttle ones. Therefore we ask every mother of ft weak, alcuy or ailing chua m tnie tclnlty to try Vlnol on our guarantee, t a rw r fisirw la trolv won- , f, S " tILZ cerful for Ecfesna. We guaiaatee it. MacVea Toung, Druggist, Pasca- goula, Mlsa. Advertisement. G-rwe W. Muler, r.. his beee restlrnt ,f is: c:j for t-e j.ai jei, cngtged ifc the real estate busier, left lb Sft of ti. f f i,is b - me la Wet Sesiiio, Iaiiaaa. i Harry nadB, operator of toe' pictare sbuw t Lucedate, was a viit-1 or to frleads ted relatives ia this city ; for a eoua of days this week. He repnrte Lueeda'.e m a tbrivicg little I n a. Tbe Italian organ grinder and the monkey appearing 00 our streets this week proved, of great interest and amusement to the young folks, and what we saw evca to some of the older children. Bora, oa Friday mora log last, to Mr. and Mrs. OMe Rolls, a girl. Both mother and bahe are doieg nicely. OIlie is going around with a law s tu lie and is receiving the eoogratuia tiuos of his oiaoy friends. C i, tbe one-price shr man oa Krebs aveoue, and agent for a large clothing concern, ha an advertise ment appearing on the front page of this issue, which will proveof Interest to our readers. Look It up. Wait Paint There are painters and waller. Whirh am I going todo i'alot or wait Which ts roller? How much am I worth with my pro perty waning How much if 1 paint n ill my bou be worth more or Its if 1 paint x bay it costs r.' a gallon iwvoe 1 wouldn't paint any other and Mr 14 more for putting a on. That's 150 or ttio a 10 gallon Job. ine money i gone. I It. la the house? I it all lo the house Suppose I were wiling: what should I get for that houe fresh-painted anil wliatahoulri ( get fur Itoeeding punt? 1 w inder why men paint before selling? DEVOE. L. P. De Jean Jt Son sell our paint. Adv non. W. H. Bousing, mayor of Gulf- port and president of the Gulf Oat Realty and Colony Company, was a business visitor tu this city Tuesday. W are glad to see Mr. Bouslog and to note tbat he I enjoying good health. Tbe attention of the readers of this paper Is drawn In tbe advertisement appearing upon this page of Qrifflng Brothers, nf Grand Bay, Alabama, in which theyanoouoce they are In a po sition for tbe sale of well knowo fer tilizers. An alarm of Ore was sounded about nine o'clock Thursday morning, caus ed by a defective flue at a residence on Canty street. No particular dam age was done and tbe flames wert et- tlngulshed before the arrival of the Ore department. Harry Lausch, press Kent for the VV I. Swain Show Company, was In this city Monday looking after the Interests of his company, which will open for a week's engagement 00 tbe railroad lot next Monday. See ad vertlsemcnt appearing on the front page of this Issue. The Sterling Hat Seop, a braocb of the Hughes' Specialty Store of this city, was opened Wednesday at Mors Point lo the building opposite the postofflce. Mrs. W. D. Hughes is lo charge and she desires to state she will have on band at all times a full and complete line of up-to-date mil linery. LIBERAL COMMISSION AND SALARY to look after our busloi-ss In your community. Interesting, dignified, healthful work, interns tlonul Magazine Company, 119 W. 41st St., Sew iork City. Capt. S. It. Thompson l having watermelons from last season; be brought a sample to this oSlce recent ly and It was Just as rich lo flavor now as others were at the proper seanoo. He says be has a seed from which melons will keep throughout ibe winter. The Captain Is no novice when It comes to raising watermelons Arthur A. Chldsey, son of Judge Charles E. Chldsey, has accepted posltloo with the Pascagoula Mot Polnt-Northero Railroad, and Is lo cated at the mala offices of the com paoy at Moss Point. Wecongrstulale tbe young man no IbU step, and as be Is a young man of sterling worth, he will no doubt make a mark for himself in railroad circles. The Katgbts of Cclumbus have made arrangements to give dance on St. Joseph's night, March 19th, at tbe Elks' ball, and a most pleasant time Is prnmhed for all who attend. The Walker orchestra, a local organ! ration of high-class musicians, bas been engaged for the occasloo, and it goes without saying tbe music furolsh ed will be of the best. Tbe price of j admMn0 DM beeo placed at "5 ceots; laaies tree. Tbe L. & N. Railroad's Industrial and freight ahlppers' directory for 1914-15 haa beeo received lo this city, and contains a great deal of useful In formatioo pertaining to the coast country lo general. The large mill of tbe Southern Paper Company at Lalne la Illustrated and shows this Industry p , gawj ,hipe; It alio contains a igood p)ctBre of j. p, Delmas, tbe 0 g GrQfe peca0 a0(1 ghow .frfi k.m- . I.,.,, tentmh III UJ lUSUUlU s,ouw v S v - of the famous paper shell pecans: there Is also showo tbe creosote plaut at Gsutier, besides other views of tbls vicinity aad alpog the coast, and taken altogether presents tbls section of the State In a most favorably light. Tne directory a a whole contains not ooly a great deal of useful Informa- ; to a (l gllM op (n , om lod attractive maouer, and in good reads able shape. PRING Models we have brought together for you this $eion. The Special Designs which have been prepared are Very New, Clever and Original. They will please the most particular. FRANXEl SYSTEM SUITS, $15.03 HART SCHAFFKER I MARX SUITS, $13 UO to $25.00. NEW ARRIVALS: Suits, Shoes and Shirts for Men. Shoes and Hosiery for Ladies and Misses. No Old PHONE 175 PASCAGOULA. MISS. Lat fviEdjy evening u uuvriimg was held in the cemeterj at tVstmpa ty the W.O. W. lodge of that place, the monument bring erected over the grave of Sovr reign Wm. E. Davis. A large number of citizens were present at the ceremonies. An S'ldrens was made by a prominent nifiuNfr i f the order, which was liotenri to with rpt attention Q ilt a ft- aroti) p m led the Scrantoa Fire Citii(any Hrs Bind fr. iu it.U city, which or ganization reudrrtd srproprinte se lections during tbe cruinnits. M. W. Sharp of E ipora. Mus, ac- eompanlid by his wife nd little boy. arrived in this city Tuesday, and ill rraiain here f -r rrrut ek Mr. Sharp 1-t mayor of that, ihrmi.g Utile town, as well as being a newp(.r man of ability. At the present time he I no devoting any time to news- paper work, hut Is representing the1 well known order nf the Knighu ( of;ii the Maccabees. Mrs. Sharp is not In 1 the hi'tit of bealt h, and we hpe the change to the balmy dlnute of the CiiltC"t will fully ritor her to u-ual giMxi health. Yin rxtend Ibcm the band of wi'lcome. Jsmes L. Clark, aged m year, a life long resident of IVean Springs, and a j well known cltuen of this d-iinty, died at his home Sunday nllii t. ID o'clock. Mr Clara loi'i been in falling health for sinie time, hut despite tills fsct his end came unespectedlv. Tile funeral wss held Wednesday evening at 3 o'clock. Interment being made in Evergreen cemetery at Ocean Springs. He ia survived by his wife, three daughters and two sons. IW Waldo W, Moore, Methodist pastor of Pa- ctgoula, conducted the funeral ser vices. Uplo-Date Merchandise at Reasonable Prices Call at the Boston Store The Leading Place In Town and the Originators of Low Prices and O Hleh Oualitv. PASCACOULA. MISS. Miller Krchs, of Blrmlntihiuii. Ala., with his bride, Is In this city for a few days on his honeymoon. Mr. Krebs will be pleasantly remembered here as the son of Alien Krebs, a form er well known resident of this city. They are guests at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Relnecke. The Democrat-Star, along with many friends, eitcnds hearty best wishes to the young couple for a life of bappl oess and prosperity. A prominent coast citizen In dis cussing the probable effect of tbe new prohibition law upon the beffets main tained by several of the social orders throughout tbe Slate, declared that "It Is apparent that the constitution ality of the law will be put to tbe test." The gallon feature has already been decided as unconstitutional by the supreme court of Tennessee, which State has a law with the same pro visions as Mississippi. There Is little doubt but that the question will be taken to the supreme court for that body to pass upon. Tbe launch "Mavouroeeo,"an ocean going vessel, arrived In this port Tuesday and Is moored at the city wharf at the foot of Del mas aveoue, having come by easy stage from New Orleans, stopping at different points on tbe gulf coast. The party con sists of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruther ford and Mrs. K. Mamersn, of Vir ginia, Minnesota, who cane down the Mississippi river in the vessel to the Crescent City. Tbey content plated making the trip on to Florida hut have not fully decided as to their destination. They will leave shortly for Mobile. DLOOD POISON aHitfir 'rin ion. 1J ud milhuu of f'rmi that frtnr fro n or Iw. ts.t fat onoff th. tkm W4 lU lh tM. IK BELL'S Aniisepiic Salve WV4 r'fM twT wosM I.. InltM tftow frtv ri-mtnl k.pfth tinman, trwi Mif bon, . - I. tv-. ho. of tji'i Mr, n.4r twr mr t.ml. wit for Or. M'f Amtttpm SiMs, "T.a It BT Tlx BolT arsarJvsvsv. ;; leu youn men vr.o uant the SMARTEST STUES ought to set early the New SHOP OF QUALITY or Shcp Worn Coods. Much ini. rei is being molftfd lo prtuical drmontrati a work ut the Ctotril si-h.ml, a tu-'ve that i meeting uh approval among the pupils. On Tue.laT rn.f. S. P. Walk er, tbeeftlcleot principal uf our cb x,l had tbe senior class d ito to the Ix'ach, and with the aid cf urveying inntrument the pupil calculated thr distance ttweo the beacon, as well a utim.ting the belgbt of the water lower. Last week the eU was taken in the power house and given a de ntormtration as to (he bunufarture of ice. This sort of work la a good mean of Impressing upon the scimlsrs tbe i1 1 IT,-rent melbodsempl(yrd in matters of everyday business, and should prove valuable. We Congratulate tbe pro fessor upon this progressive step Tp-30ConoM0t. ft JC CfiM'C HfillCfi D ISl-lJSi1 J IIUUJU z C. NKI.ON. P..w. I'ASM-;l I.A T. I'AWAHdl LV, - MIWM, ROOMS ."rlk:. I'm Day. m iai. NAtrs M HY RKK H MONTH. j Tltl.KI'IIOMI gilt, V 0 February, Honor Roll Central Si-hiHil, I'rlnur) Tm Mir. rls, Lester Archibald. EftV Arrhihuld. Beai'h School. Second and Third Grades Fsy Almes, Hutiert IJrsnt, II S Walker, Willie U'.hr. Frederick MiMHly, Stephen Grant. Ueorge()ieoii. For Joh Work Irv the )'miierat-Sir. If You Want to Wear ... Death Of A Prominent Citizen. It Is with feelings of profound sor row that we chronicle the death of one of our most prominent citizens, Hoo. William Robert Mostcy, whose peaceful end came on Saturday even ing at 6:2-") o'clock, at his rf Idcoce at Eat Side, aged Bl years and 11 months. Mr. Mosley had beenoit tbe sick list for several months, and although by his powerful will be kept up, the end was not unexpected, as It could be seen that be was falling fast. Tbe news cast a gloom over the city, where he had been known for maoy years, and by his sociable and ever pleasant manners, bad endeared blmtielf to the populace In general, always having a pleasant word of greeting (or those with whom he came in contact. He bad been a consistent member of the Presbyterian church, and received the rites of that church, Rev. W. A Hall, pastor, conducting the services at the bouse and at the grave. Tbe funeral took place Mooday morning at 10 o'clock, attended by a large eoncourse of citizens and friemls to pay their last tribute to a departed brother, tbe lulermeut being made lo the Mach- pclah cemetery. Mr. Mosley was born la Spout Springs, Virginia, and came to the coast country lo 1901, being appointed as deputy collector of customs. After serving a few years In tbat capacity he was appointed to tbe colleclorshlp of tbe Pearl River district under the Taft administration, and eerved lo that office faithfully and efficiently. He is survived by his wife and adopted daughter, Mrs. (Capt ) Miller, ltd brothri, Hon. L B Mo!er, of Jxcksou, Miss., and the sympathy of tbe community Is extended theto In this their hour of bereavement. La Mariposa Club. Lat Friday aftern,K)n Misses Nance and May Mclnnls, of Moss Point, de lightfully entertained the Mariposa Club. After a literary program de licious refreshments were served Totrse enjoying the. afternoon wltb the Misses Mclnnls were Misses OlUe Ford, Myrtle Lewis. Lida Meriwether, Inez Breelaod aod Eieaoor Carter. Kj.-tan Aerial Cmzn Ball Feat- i urs W.th W.LSa;nSf::w j This Seascx ; WniSt'r rx:ttiCg. n Tu.! iy-, Tti .r ) is- i ,um,,., tte -l (. Hi -nal so I data Ji'vioi. d.re gi l.ng a.i lis of grtv.tt. tt-iaurv. A. '.ai Ccb-o lu I wi.i b pre-totr i 'la- ta ie tyrn i -ce erv ff 11 ms st art tUce. H is usual yc n '".ir.i th tt ttf t :g actirut oi at fr m t,ur pe. tut thit i atyptfii Aqurri. aa t. o wo as tre II Jiu4i--Aeri.il Cjq- Here i truthful. lh-ugi minute d-St-rtptiottof tbis woo.tt-rfjlesblnitl o: Kirt, a pariv-hute n . u-T,-.l nt i a caon.n. fallowing wti u nu3 I pti-heii In, heal flrt l tMcg li vii M but the bub's fert. 1 tie cann- B :s attotrd 1. 1 a prc!ate, and tte parachute maJe f-t t i i n of t'K t tfl e gs etrr liar i'rJ. After tbe testing .-'- how thit the bag is capable i f a tarrying ei; t city of aN,ul ooc ton, it liturnrd I t aa automat iecetr is m.-e know a the eif-holder, retjulring o hutuia lie IV wh itever to get rei 1 Wtien the bail, .in lis a-.-ended un- il It it a niere tpeck. a .tiol l Bret frtitvi earth The human ranntin r.4!l id the eaooon bear the re,rl, anj ty an automatic C'litrnmre cuts li e rarai-hute from the bill. Kin. After the ballt o hat turned over and p--ed out of dinger of lindihg on the pirachute another ah"t from earth i Ured and the fearien n.1 ileatn d'f trig hum.ta rsnnon bill miM-H hnu-eif lo he -hoi out of the ran nun hy ter irte force anil rxplmion lie is of cout clinging to the triprj of second parrhufe. After he has traveled through pa-e s- nie two or three hurnirrd feet, the seconi parachute l u tH,d in open, and auopeodtd to this he decetuU to esrtb W I Swalo has b.en credited with many pleasing and sen uii. rut, as well as umisuil and extraordinary things, hut bis llniiiin Aerul t'aonon lli i promises to tie tlie record rtreaker of his previous achievements. All next week on te railroad lot, Pa-cagoula, Miss. JULtS K. JOHNSON. Newly Fleeted Ex.iltetl Puler of Pavagwla Lcxlse No. 1U0, B. P. O. I Iks. PASCAGOULA LODGE B. P. 0. L Annual Election Of Officers For The Ensuing Year. At their regular semi-monthly meet ing, I'aacagoula Lodge No. 1120, lle nevolenland I'rotrctlveOrderof Elks, elected the following officer for the ensuing year: Kxalted Ruler Jules K. Julinsoo. Ksteetned Leading Knight J. W. Kane. Esteemed Loyal Knlght-K. W. Iliirnhatu. Esteemed Lecturing Knight II. V, Canty. Secretary C. J. Johnson. Trensiircr Jesse Hlgglnbotham. Tiler K. J. Johnson. Trustee W. M. Denny, Jr. I'ascagoula Lodge is fast moving to tbe front, taking In new members continually, and the membership Is composed of some of tbe most promi nent business and professional men of the city, as well as a large number of tin young men. The newly elected officers are repre sentative men, and u:idcr their ad mislstratlon the future of the organi sation looks blight and hopes are entertained that the next ycir will see the lodge making greater strides than In the past. The ret iring offlcers are to tie congratulated on their efforts and their work reflects great credit upon them. We hope to see In the near future definite plans laid out for the building of a home In thlscity, and all Indications point to the suc cessful consummation of the prepara tory work carried "on by the officers vacating. ' Peiham-Krebs. Ob Monday morning last at 10 o'clock, at the residence of Judge Charles E. Ctildsey, there were united In marriage John Mano Pelham, of this city and Mla Fannie Krebs, of New Orleans, the ceremony being per formed by the judge In bis usual happf manner. John Is a well knoan young man, and Is the son of Mrs. J. M. i'elham Miss Krebs Is the daughter of Charles L. Krehs. who has been Disking her home In New Orleans for several years Kickapoo Worm KiilerExpelt Worms The cause of your child's Ills The foul, fet id. off nsive breat h- The start ing up with terror and grinding of teeth while aslep I he sallow com election The darn circles under the eyes Are all Indications of worms hl kapoo worm Killer is what your child need; Iteipelsthe worrns, tlie cauc of the child's unhealthy condi tion, ror the removal of sea'., stom- aeh and pin worms, Klckari1"" Worm Killer gives sure relief its UmWe eflect adds tone to the general sy-teru ! Supplied as a candy confection rhildren like It Safe and sure rHief. ; Guaranteed. Buy a boa todny. l'rice 2-V-. All druitis or by mall Kickapes kitflaa Mea. Ce., Mia. tr It Uuls I A'lV. K -. ' , t l" '--...;- 1 ' - i ; i , ' ! f. f " 'V. . I , j eeee-4.c ntz s 7Tfeirtffs3ee-ssetHee- ! AGEIMTS FOR I ! MAPES FERTILIZERS ; CHEAPEST KINO MADE Although It Sells at the Highest Price. THE MAPES COMPLETE MANURES Contain the Highest Crade Man-rials and the Moat i Soluble and Valuable Plant Food i Forma Known. 5 Ami ' ' With lit Aciiny-Ni r-i ..r A -., In -ihi-f f.-- t Z l.i-U .-reri.'. y S- e-'ted a i t I'r.fa.v-i t.rii-, ..f f. -j- t J S IVf aviso iJuin... Nitrite " -u,t , ,-4.- nf f I V -t h. Ni-'.t- i.f ., Z I SECRET SYSTLM OF MIXING TO 0ETAM RLSt'LTS. t 1 The Mapes Orange Tree Manure I FOR TRPrc nr in ireo t . rUfl IRttS OF ALL ACES. 'r'nl im if settit-goat t full nuturtt,; also for ie.rmg .r,-hrda J j where a .troiger ant to oe g-,rou w i groatb l Je-nred. I The Mapes Fruit and Vine Manure X Tins Manure ia lt ad-ipte-l for developing fruit- I '" I'-'Sr. li..th la nuiiitr ad .jiumn, ,.f ftUit, f eUi e.-uflig the wreate-t trfr f the tree, and f X thus ir..t., tiog ft, tu f..d t lurdening t tie tree i I Endorsed by All Nurserymen and Orchardists in Florida f t as Being the BEST and CHEAPEST Manure. t Fre Book oa Wheo and How to Fertilize. Criffing Brothers, j Nurserymen, j GRAND BAY - - . ALABAMA 1 W to n we started our nur.erv at (ir.ind ll.iy we i-.,uM not afford to pei itiu nt with untried fei t ill-r; that Is why we are agents fr i MAPES FERTILIZERS. I We eirrv a t..eli m Mol,t f..r the r.-netiieiiee of our rulinier i eeesieeees)eeeese At The Warfield Theatre. Last Saturday night at the YVartleld theatre a number of amateurs put In I heir apprarsnce in compel it loo fur a prize by the genial manager, W. K Frederic, and they aniulttid them- -elves veiy satisfactorily. This at traction being exploited seema to be meeting with the approval of the I'slruti" of tbls theatre, judging from ibe large share of applause given the contestants. There Is some talent amongst them, which would be very creditable If cultivated. Tbe usual run of high class moving pictures Is also sliowa. In addition to the regular run of pictures, the local views are command ing a great deal i f attention, and are meeting with the approbation of tbe putrons of this popular playhouse. "See yourself as others see you" Is the slogan, and many surprises await you as lo the nature of the pictures. Tonight (Friday) Is being advertised as Surprise night, and what the oalure of the aurprlsg is can only be ascer tained by putting In appearance at the theatre tonight. Saturday night the usual amateur performance will be put on, and there Is do doubt but that many amusing slucts will be placed before the public. For Weakness and Loss of Appetite Tti OM Slffn1sr1 grtirst ttrrntftlteninff tonic, r.KMVK S TAKTFI.KSS rhlll TUNIC. drlre ot Malaria nti hitilils tip the aralem. A (rue Ionic tuilaurt Appctitcr. rr adults snd children. Sue. Fidelio Club. Tliere was a very Interesting meet ing of the Fidelio Cluh on last Satur day afternoon at the borne of Mrs. F. L. Clinton, with a full attendance of Its membership. Visitors present were Mrs Keane, of Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Iunoe, of Nashville and Mrs. Highlower, of Crytal City, Texas. Tbe meeting wits pre-lded over by MUs All Iiukp, and after the roll call, to whli:h each member responded with the name of a Schubert compo sition, the bu-ltiess was dl-posed of and program rendered. Franr. I'eter Schubert was tlie subject of the after- noon's dlciilon and beautiful selec tions of his own works were presented. A most enjoyable afterfi'mn wasspent. The club will unet again March 2." th with Miss Alba Imkeand the subject for study Mendelssohn. I'lKjUUAM. Opening Chorus .. Club Vocal. "rfereoade" Miss Mamie Canty. Piano S'-her.o No. 2 Miss Irene Lenny. Plaoo Mlnnetto in Ii minor Mrs. (i I). Chapman. Vocal "Across tbe Still Lagoon" Mis. Cowglil and Miss Green Piano.... '-Hark! H irk! The. Lark" Mrs Canty Piano Duet. ' Milltsrv March" Mrs. Frellson and Ml-s Kverltt. Vocal "A Perfect Day" Mrs. liowers. Questions Mis Irene Denny y tu TO MV FRIENDS AND PATRONS: I I have added to my itore a MILLINERY DEPARTMENT, and on 2 March IVth will put on display a Nice Selection of Trimmed iwmz New, 1 - fresh and S and Ready to Wear Hats strictly Up.t0.Date 1 2 Will Alto Make a Specialty of ALTERING and RETRIMM1NC. Phonw 519 MRS. GEO. J. GRANLUND I 5 I T RETIRED GEORGIA PLANTER'S ADViCETO KIDNEY SUFFERERS Hegrdlng the wonderful ruratlre merits of )iuir NwHiiip-ltoot, 1 cannot say loo much. After suffering severely fur three ears or more with revem Phiiis ranseri ty weak kidneys, I was fltuily induced to try Swamp-Hoot through a testimonial I read la one of the newstmiiers. I In men nm. rt ii Ion that I wasohliged to arise from m tied all or eight limes every night. I purchased a fiftf cent bottle and be fore it, was used I fell an much relief that I purchased one dollar bottle and by tbe time this was taken tbe old pains bad left my back and 1 could sleep the whole night, through. 1 am a retired planter, :u years of age, and owing to Iir. Kllmer'a Swamp Root, I am In the best of health and feel like a boy I am always glal to re comtoend Saiiiiip U.Hit to those who are In need of It. Slnoerely yours, C. B li'SSKUY, ilowersviile, Oa. Personally appeared before me, this H.h of September. I!lfl, U. K. I'ssery, who subscribed the above statement and made oath that the same is true In substance and In fact. T. II. M Lar, Notary i'ubllo. Laltar lo Or. Kio.iar a Oe . 1 'hamtnrt H V, Prove What Swamp -Roof Will Do For You Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer U Co., Illogtiamton, rt. V , for a sample U liollie. it will convince anyone. You will also receive a booklet of valuable Information, telling about tbe kidneys and bladder. Wien writing, he sure and mention the "I'asragoula Weekly Democrat Star." Regular dftycent and one-dollar she bottles for sale at ll drug suirea. Vancleave High School The following U the honor roll of the Vancleave High School for tho month of February: Tenth Grade Ruth Lvons. Lizzie Cooper Ninth Orade Irwin Ruble, Flarry llimv, James Lockard, Dolph Ha vetis, ()-rar Martin Seventh tirade-Ina Ruble, Euolco (Jates, Minnie Roberta Sixth Orade Annie Kate Loekbard, KsteDevro, Maude Spaldiog, llruner Martin. Fift h tirade Arthur Webb, Mania Havens, Dentils Havens, I'ernlce Cowart. Lola Cooper, Samtnle Rouse, Oliver Roherts, pearl' Yoeum. Fourth iira'ie Lula Flurry. Third Orade John Webb, Hon Webb. Francis Kills, Walter Davis, Nannie Davis, Lucy Itustoo, Leroy Carter, Loren Ruble. . Second tirade Ms -hnl! Carter, Oils Taylor, Annie Havens, Celesta llonhatu, Luulle Parker. First (Jrade Kaonie Flurry. Sam Flurry, Blah Webb, Paul Quaye, Singleton R iue, To Cure a Cold In One Day Takf t.AXATH l BROMOOnlnloe. It sttw lh Crmrh an-1 Hradachv and works oft tht Cold, tirnirii'a r'f'ind trnarf U It falls to cure, H. W. GROVKS tigutare on each boi. JX. Tho following Mlsilsslpplan were awarded patents last week: Robert T. Pagan, of HassfJeid, well saw; John Reimao, Jr., of Tlbbee Statloo, rail Joint.