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Now is (; Jr.. ou. to juld Begin :rik About I I to ... '., ' We will sell you a pretty silk tie, umbrella, hand grip, dress suit case, nice steamer trunk, for broth er. ? : . . : : : t i Ladies' silk parasols, for sister; Florshen's patent leather shoes, Stetson hats, for father. : : 1 VI II III III llil y mm FHES Time toSc! 2( 'ANY pat off their selection of Christmas Presents until only a day or so before Christmas, when they find to their sorrow .the best are taKen, an - i c . .t. .f0 (iWv of calling to yoar attention are not wuoi uicy wui -w r - - - . the goods we carry that will make father, husband, brother or son a suitable an lasting Christmas present Nobby, Stylish Suits in Cashmere and Worsted, an elegan present for husband or father. Raglan or Oxford Overcoats. Something U traveling suit case, suit of silk underwear for your beau or brother. The -r J e are not the kindthat wear out in a day, but Christmas a year hence you rJ stiu na iL . 4 - W - tnem to retnina you oi me oonor. From $5 to Hanan shoes, Ywrnan hats, suit of dotfces, fc, brother; rain-proof mackintoshes, smokfag ets, iocnging'gowns for grand pa; vestee, 4 and three-piece suits for. grandson. Christmas pt& ents for everybody.. ' : : : ? t $1! You Should Trade With a Store That Makes Every Wrong Right, No Matter whose Fault it is. : : Washington Avenue. Greenville Miss. Guyton, Sherrod & Co Have reopened the bijf Stables on Walnut street, near the Southern depot, with ft big lot of fine Saddle and Harness Horses. A Large Stock of Mules All Stock Guaranteed us represented. We are in a position to give you what you want ' in horse or mule flesh. J. M. HUTFELL.Manager THE LEADER, : 4 . I t Sisasssi Drue Co, , a Illiiliiiiilllr - Mimum i,w.08tobeaari.a wthe i tmii i"s ,. - . 'trim i An ', ,v;.i'. A , i Come Around and S Us. We will Apprect A Call From You. . HENRY T. IKEYS. JOHN G. ARCHER. HENRY T. IREYS & CO. COON - FACTOBS, " i:-:.tp4' - ClBcr.No.-2J9 Main Street. OREENVILLG y. - - niSSISSIPFI. At VMr fcrvlc Where you cao get the Choicest of everything in the meat iine, bas just been opened up in the JETER STAND. Washington Avenue, by HERBERT HIRSCH. Yoor patronage solici ted. AH orders will fee promptly filled and de Iftrered la he city. His great Furniture Emporium and Ware bouse contain 126,000 square feet of floor space, and all is cov ered with Furniture, Carpets, RugsA Mattings, Etc. Of Greenville and the Delta. just Received , The biggest and most complete line of Fnft Ever brought to Greenville, con- k slating of Ingrains, Brussels, Moquettes, -r Tapestry, Velvet and Body Brussels. lait Admit II. If you need f Ml Photo bjr Cesriord, New York. - MOST RECENT PHOTO OF EDWIN MARKHAM. THE POET. THE GRAND'S PL A YS. You can save money by calling on us. Prices Reasonable. rrjrss ll Busies, Harness Saddles i Alf Kinds The Most of Repairs Up-to-Date on Harness Shop in and Saddles The State. IT 221 Ilala Street, GreenTJUBpSss. Over ten thousand performances have been given of Lewis Morrison's famous production of "Faust" during the last seventeen years. The produc tion this season, however, Is announced as positively more elaborate and more all-round satisfactory than any other heretofore presented, and it is predicted that ite presentation in this city, which will take place in a short time, will prove a most a agreeable and surpris ing event in local amusement history. At Grand Opera Houbo December, 13. A MILK WHITE FLAG. By common consent of the theatre going public, Hoyt's "A Milk White Flag" has been declared the most amusing and thoroughly artistic work produced by this most prolific author, and that this is a popular verdict is at tested by the Immense business done by the attraction wherever it appears. Mr. Hoyt is a frolicsome writer, and in none of his works has he been more surprisingly funny and uniquely enter taining than in "A Milk White Flag." The theme is a funny idea, and the merriment becomes hilarious and con tagious as the complications multiply in its development. Its wit is not of fensive, and is of the sort that can be easily comprehended because of its ap plication to persons and things fre quently seen but not especially thought of. His material is at band in every community, acd its familiarity wrought into fantastic shapes makes Hoyt one of the greatest of public entertainers. In "A Milk White Flag" he takes the citizen soldier or home guard and il luminates the peculiarities of some of these organizations. It has a recognizable element of truth, and this makes the burlesque all the more enjoyable. The situations are mirth provoking, and some of them are startlingly funny. The specialties have the advantage of being new and novel and are an entertaining feature in themselves. A brass band adds materially to the military reviews. "A Milk White Flag" comes to the Opera House December 18, 1900. (Continued on Page 8.) Look into Robinson's show windows and behold an array of Shoes, that for variety, quality and elegance of design and finish, have no equal in this city. No. 225 Washington ave. Fruits the choicest, and fresh Nuts of all kinds at P. Duskas', Walnut street. Boys' suits to suit the most sensible at The Leader, in their new store. Robinson's shoes have quality, style and finish. Toys ot all kinds at P. Duskas' Gro cery Store, Walnut street. , Foundry NEnachine Works 220 to 224 Central Avenue, Greenville, Miss. Pay Special Attention to Repairing Machinery ; .....Promptness is the Main Requisite for this Business n 4 - 11 tT"2eep on Land Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Pipes and IVltog., For good cupo' brand for sale by V. G Unaware at SUx S ovrs to close out at t - . . i Sh itinira. Pu era. Conniinffs. urate Bars, uouer uronw, ana mu -v Ferndale , Voumaq, the hatter, The Leader hat, , . . f PS .J hrMUt hna. For a nice lunch go tdw.a Hoods. Estimates Made PVee of Oharae. -r a delicious cup of tea try our Lee I . .. T...,..i.t- if. the Times' Cotton Contest co?. " want everv subsrriber to make u guens by that time, that they mav have a cham-e at tne o in prizes to be awaiiied to ttie (irst fortvflve l"eky jM.-rsons. Ai'ain. liv that time nearly alT will ' bo due for their Kuhscription. so we ak all to send in their ifiicss and sub scription an early as possible, but be sure and don't fail to send it by January 1". Guesses are coining in every day, and by tho time the Contest closes there will be over 1.0UO guesses received. Heniember, the Con test is to guess at the number of bales of cotton received in Greenville from September 1, 1'JUO, to March 1 l'-'Ul. We ll appreciate your neighbor as a subscriber. Send in his name. The Times Publishing Company. Secret of Beauty is health. The secret of health is the power to digest and assim ilate a proper quanity of foou. This can never be done when 'he liver does not act it's part. Doyou know this ? Tutt's Liver Pills are an abso lute cure for sick headache, dys pepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, torpid liver, piles, jaundice, bilious fever, bilious ness and kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills GROUPS AND VIEWS El I make groups, views and all kinds of photographs, at prices not to be grumbled at by anyone. First-class work guaranteed. Call and see sam- Fles of my work, and be convinced that am up-to-date in every particular. C. G. BELL, PHOTOGRAPHER. Month there are thousands of wo men who nearly suffer death from irregular menses. Some times the ' period " comes too often sometimes not often enough sometimes the flow is too scant, and again it is too profuse. Each symptom shows that Nature needs help, and that there is trouble in the or gans concerned. Be careful when in any of the above con ditions. Don't take any and every nostrum advertised to cure female troubles. t FEMALE REGULATOR is the one safe and sure medicine for irregular or pain ful menstruation. It cures all the ailments that are caused by irregularity, such as leucor rhoea, falling of the womb, nervousness; pains in the head, back, breasts, shoulders, sides, hipa and limbs. By regulating the menses so that thv every twenty-eighth day, all f those aches disappear together, f Just before your time comes, i get a bottle and see how much i . a i. j :s good it will do you. Druggist! t1 1. A. A. C14 IV Ml fl. nrn kradfiei it nrf.m J Tho "Old Keliable," at Memphis, Tenn., is now doing one of the largest businesses in their his tory, and tho year of 1!01 will eclipse all oth ers. The secret of their Success is duo to an honest bus iness policy and the man ufacture and sale of Medicines of Merit.., Wilkinson's Cough Balsam Wilkinson's Vegetable Liver Pills U MKinson 8 xoolDBCUe owiipcr Wilkinson's Diarrhoea Cordial Chilton's Chill Tonic Chilton's Improved Iron Tonie Improved Arnica Salve. If your druggist don't keep thein, send to W. N. WILKERSON & CO., Memphis. To ilome Seehers: The Great Real Estate firm of Church & Shelton, of Greenville, Miss., has the largest list of Elantations any size in Mississippi, ouisiana and Arkansas of any firm in the South on terms cheap er than paying rent. We have 5 traveling men on the road. Call and see us or write for pamphlet containing list of lands. Our traveling men will call on you if you desire it. MM REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Main Street. For the very best results adver tise in The Times. Any lady who admires pretty things should visit Geise-Hood Hardware Co. LANDS FOR SAL Do you want to bn, have them in every part of thcil ta, ranging in size from 40 acres at reasonable prices, w ! ; to suit you. ' le DO YOU WANT TO SELLYQuaT If so we will frive it prompt attention, and if it iB sslabWv sure sell it. This is no idle k Our record this season wo,''. truth. Address P ! c4, V. PACE, lr With the H. 0. Willi.mM, .veBtment Co.,ol UemphutT Cotton Land for Sak. Plantation owned by the Us, W.McLemore, deceased.cmuL about 900 acres, with ibom acres In cultivation. -This plantation, which Uiid: passed for fertility, is it Boi! county, Mississippi, one milt ft Beulah, six miles from Jji; on the I. C. railroad. .. . , Well improved, with good fe houses, etc., and one of the :, cotton plantations in the ii Most conveniently a'tuated fori tie and hog raising. This property is to be i: division among heirs. Tern, suit purchaser. E. E. McLemorc, R. W. McLemore, W. T. McLemore, " Execute Spring Hill, Murray Co., Tent 2 m 10-27. A Standard, Accident Sickness P. Will pay you $25 a week laid up with small pox, or r other disease. A STANDAKD ACCIDENT FOLIC will pay you $15 a week ii 1. in running away from small pos. any other injury. See J. H. R0BB, the Insurance Agent, and ft Policy before it is too late. T.ISENBERG LIQUOR CO GREENVILLE, MISS.. A Warm-Weather Dk Is made appetizing and enjoyable t) glass of our superior Table Claret, Sauteme, Burgundy or Rhine V to add piquancy to its relish. Riss to digestion, cooling and restful if' day's worry and work. Our stock is k grade, of superior flavor and vintagty the prices are low enough to Uw; man of small income to enjoy It. "I was Born in Old Kentucky R- W. TILFORaMaoaier GREENVILLE j Pfrpj? DRUG COMPANY. W. H. Hood" worics upposita u. r. uepv