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THE 'UA.l r; URKF V.'! I.E. MIS-ISSIITI, SATURDAY. MBltCII 2, 1901.
W. A. KVEKMAM, . w. w. r : you 7 j lyjini? rTvi 9 I I a is ' fL' AW II Ve II s Z'4b fc , l (l ' : -(S'.'.fiJ) "II "dl -S-; fltt" .e PHONE 179 - J42 Walmrt-st a ..; . - . Peter Duskas Prop tple and bceries. i 'Hi S ' Fruits; Qjgars and Tobacco. ivery, All Goods Guaranteed. I Greenville, Miss, find all Goods Fresh, Qualitylhe Best, Prices the Lowest hishing Touches n play the real beauty of er-xan be added only lumber itself is of good"' and properly manufac b insure desirable results mouldings, -tloors Win-. , b, shutters, flooring, Jexandei's, dealer in re ' aber. t Well seasoned, ; , er is . easily "worked,!' arpenters will attest. 'IT N.7 Ale x ander. no - ...-.... ..- -... aaffca Mail mMW fltsEasy IToTake 1 - Tk!n mU an a mi. tfirlc S Tk!n mU an a mi. tfirlc I I 111 If IUif uimiiiiv ; need a Fatty , food to enrich : their blood, give color to 3 ; their cheeks and restore their $ health and strength, it is s safe to say that they nearly 3 all reject fat with their food. COD LIVER OIL WITH MYPQPHOSPtHTEi fLMSODA t 1 : J TO GRAPHS j nv Rest Picture " i v if - ..r . ... , Wlten'you hear some friend say "but this is my best picture,'' we don't risk much in saying that nine times out of ten the picture is made by us. -; True and expressive, our, pho tographs piesent the best there is in the sitter's face.- C. G. BELL, PHOTOGEAPHEB. is exactly what they require it not only gives them the im portant element (cod-liver oil) in a palatable and easily di gested form, but also the hvpo- phosphites which are so valua ble in nervous disorders that usually accompany anaemia. SCOTT S EMULSION is a fatty food that is more easily digested than any other form I of fat A certain amount of ' I flesh is necessary for health. You can get it in this way. We have known oer- sons to gain a pound a - mm , m m . 9 J day while taxing n. 1C0TT SOWNE, Clunim, Hn York. AS ITEMS CAUGHT ON THE STREETS Aj niod im Fo". 21, 19ol,VlotorH. MU1 hC, youujreiit n of Eugene A. and Josse M. Mlllop, ajf?d eleven years. ' There will be a meeting of the ceme tery as) 'itttiun on Monday, March 4th at II a. ra. at the residence of Mr 4. W. 0. Yorger. A full attendance Is re quested by the president. Tboro was not an advertisement in The Tlmea last Sunday but what wag read by hundreds of eaeer people and we believe as a result the advertiser got his money's worth from the trade during the week. The giving away of the dollar to the first person who found the word rats" was the cause of the emotion. Mr. Georjje Heard was the successful one hut there were some two hundred more, but a little later who also found the word "star" in the Wetberbee & Geise Hood's hardware advertisement contesting for the stiver wheel. To-morrow another dollar will be given away to the first person who finds the world "Dkvil' by speelling backwards tome word in an advertise ment of this Issue. . To receive the dot lar the winner must be a subscriber or purchaser of a papjr and report In per son to Mr. Gilkey at his book store, not by telophone or on street. Again, to give all an equal chance no papers will be allowed togo out of the office except to carriers before Sunday morn ing and no one connected In any way with The Times office or Gllkey'a book storo will be allowed to contest. So, Sunday morning when you get your Times yon need not think some one has already gotten the dollar and give up, but hunt up and if you find it go down to Mr. Gilkey's store and cast it into his ear and get your dollar. While there will be at least 2000 eyes hunting for bin Satanic Majesty we do not believe a pair will locate him be fore 12:oo a. m. : A contest for ladles only will como off March 15. Watch for announcement. March Publications. THE BUBBLE. On llm H'lppntli rif Mtirrh thfl ieminl issin of "The Bubble" will appear ontl for ninny reitsons will be a (tcpurture ironr ine winter number. " All of m know tbat personal references do Dot constitute good joiiniuli-m, yet many' of onr -.. i i .i . i . irieiias nave aeciarea meiuBeivcx (lis-siipiiinUnl for a lack of them. Therefore we have made earnest efforts in this spring issue to please Hie taste expressed and special "no name" articles have been written about people who have clamored for the change in style. (Certainly they can not feel offended, and even the rest of Society u been used to assist in the tun ) '. ' JS'ot to mention the Vicksburg personal column!, which are can did, "The Hubble" contains a stir ing Greenville department to say nothing of a Muitling Jackson let ter. Reasons , that are rather "strauae are given in "The Bubble" for Hie absence of a .Natchez cor respondence. Editors. a widow's iiove affair. Rcceivee n setback if she has offensive hrealh through consti pation, biliousness or Stomach trouble, but Dr. King's New Life Pills always cure i hose troubles; clean the system.' sweeten the breath, banish the headache; best in the world for liver, kidneys and bowels. Only" 25c at Finlay's drug store. THE NEW FLAT COLLARS. Ep-to-Dnte Drewnllinkero. Are letting Thriii on Spring Fool arils. The fushionable French dressmnker is trying to force the flat collar, reasonably nrgniiifr that it is the proper companion for the 1860 sleeve. An extremely ingratiating model of the newest Parisian neck decoration is Bhown in stitched taffeta over which a flat circlet of ribbon thread ed lace is laid. For such a collar a many-looped knot of ribbons or a quaint cameo brooch is the proper finish, says the Washington Stnr. Quite the nearest approach to the flat collar we have, reached on this side is a graceful rolling lace neck band, which does not rise very high under pars and chih, and is shaped in front in two long points finished with-tassels of white silk floss fall ing from little balls of gilt. This and the aforementioned type of col lar are destined to play a prominent part in the completion of the foulards and sweet summer cloths already making springtime in the show win dows. ' .'!."- , Our American spring and summer, and the pretty round throats of our women are persuasive agents in tne popularization of the low and, easy neck finish. For the present,' how ever, high and ornamental stocks and scarfs hnve the field to themselves. Only the extremely fashionable wom en who flount their new plumage well in advance of every season are swath ing their throats in stitched chokers of white satin with wing backs of contrasting shade of panne. ' All the narrow string ties of satin clasping the base of the choker in front dis play Jeweled ferrets on their ends. Such a modish little stock in white, mouse gray, gilt and. sapphire blue is illustrated ia the group along with a powerful rival in black and peach pink satin. The black satin top shows a delicate vermicelli pattern of gold thread and the lower tightly drawn pink satin half i drawn about the stock twice, fastened with smart little gilt pin in front, and, after tying in a four-in-hand bow, lets fall two broad ends, fringed and embroidered in gilt. No lesa attractive than any of the other patterns shown is a fichu neck tie that has been introduced for adop tion with aome of the pretty spring time waists.' It is no more nor less than an extra long lace barbe upon which straps of black bebe velvet ribbon are ap plied and made fast with ornamental gilt or jewel set buttons. EXPERIENCE WITH SKIRTS. A Brief Baal That Caavlaee This Maa That Weaiea Ara Ma eh . Halla-ae. - There was a man wearing a long over coat on Charles street on Saturday, who was so awkward that he excited the pity of all women who saw him. He was a big man, and the coat, which wa heavy, came well down around his heels. It was evidently a newpurchase to which he liadu't become uccustoined, for every time the wind blew and wrapped the folds around his ankles he nearly fell over. Finally, apparently much sobered by his experience, he attempted to board a car, but both hands were filled with bag and unmbrella, so he stumbled up the steps, fell in the doorway, and, chastened in spirit by this combination of misfortunes, sat down beside a friend, says the Baltimore Newa. "Howd'yedo," said he amicably, as he gathered the folds of his toga off the floor. "Permit me to apologize to you as the representative of a graceful and noble sex. I have been unjust to fem ininity. I ask its pardon through you. 1 have Bpent the spring of my youth talking about woman's clumsiness in getting on and off cars. I have con sumed much time in idle commenting upon her gait on the street and the figure she presented in a windstorm. I have been a member of a stiff-necked generation, in fact, and now I am reap ing the whirlwind. "This is positively my last appear ance in skirts. I made my first appear ance this morning, when, In accord ance with the suggestion of a friend, who is also a fool, I bought this ulster because I start to Canada to-morrow for a short trip. It's for sale now the ulster, that is. "Why, rather face a Montreal .uinuary inajamas than wear it an other minute. "Why we don't have more feminine creatures with broken necks I do not know. Did you see me come in that door just now?" "You looked like you were impelled by a strong sense of duty to knock the front door out of place with your head," 'said the woman? "It was aw fully funny. I'm glad you have had the experience, however. Xow, perhaps, you'll understand some of the trials of femininity and go among your breth ren as an apostle to teach charity to ward those who must wear skirts all the time." " "I will," declared the man, solemnly. EVERM AN & STONE, 1 Real . Estate, : 100,000 acres of the ehoioest land lo Washington, SunflowBr and Bolivar oountles. Timber lands and Improved plantations that can't be exoelled on earth. Cheap at double the price, and oo asy payments about the same as paying rent. Call and see. Also Choice Lots in Greenville. Leland and Inverness. J Call on ui when wanting: to buy or ft home in or out of the it. Wft htva loms very pholo Uoue for sala In Geeeuvllio. EVERMAN & ST0NE, Offlr OB Fopltr tr, U Ciiiwni Buk Mldia 'GrMnvU., Mlwiwippf Michigan Mutual Life I V INSURANCE COMPANY, 01 Detf ottf MlcWgan. '. ; ; Estafclis&ei,J67. Straight Life ' and En- Guaranteed Cosh dowment Policies Values, PAID UP and EXTENDED. GEORGE WHEATLEY, -sGENERAL AGENT,:- Cor. Main and Poplar Sts., - Greenville, f.'.i UIM7, that fellow "What's become of Tweedles?" "Oh. he opened a shop." "Doing well?" "No; doing time. He was caught in the act." Tit-I!its. Wto Arnold - JEWELER Inspector of WatchesH . Illinois Central .... --AND - Georgia Pacific ; Greenvillle, : ' t Mississippi Oste opathy Office over Frank Binder's - 331 Washington ave. CONSULTATION and EXAMINATION FREE. PHONE 281. Don't Throw Good Money .Awa y .I Hill! tat. VJ m. .jA: in poor groceries, when you can buv fresh, pure and high-grade goods from us at the same price. No matter how cheap we offer our fine foodstuffs, delicacies, you can always depend on their quality be ing standard and worthy. No adulterated foods are tolerated here. BAIRD-SMITH GROCERY CO, r a acey $m Contractors and Buildctzf rt Planing Mill and Box Factory. Scroll and Turned WorK Of AH Descriptions. rn liTAnir nnrvunn V ATTFWnFn TO We Solicit Your PatronageV UNDERTAKER, Was on Hand a Complete Undertakers Outfit . . . , : . Mr. Harry Graham an experienced and competent Undertaker and Era lalmer, will give his personal attention to all orders, which are respectfully solicited. Orders by telegraph or telephone will have prompt attention, day or illfht. A handsome assortment of PICTURE MOULDINGS always on hand, aud 'iotures framed to order. - f J. W. HEAD, Washington Ave., GREENVILLE, MISS. msssm coin on co:s GREENVILLE MILL, The Pioneer Mill in Thb Delta - ; , ?tTHE BIGGEST. THE BEST.J Highest Cash Prices Paid for RAIL, RIVER cr WAGON Consignments of Cotton Seed. '' ' WE OPERATE IN CONNECTION WITH THE MILL, ' .U - A MODEL MUNQER 8Y8TEM QINNERY. " ' ' r : . sJaTClosest Prices and quickest Delivery of Cotton Seed Hulls and Meal. -' , TELBPHOM1 IV. ,POPLAB STRBBTT..... .r ; ' R. W. FORT. MYg. ; - Greenville Miss. ilivliiili; OIL MilLrUo .' Always ready for tswsncss, And always paying tts TOP PEICE FORCtt Also oar Noted HUNGER Ginnery ts still doing business. PATRONIZE HOME INSTITUTIONS. GREENVILLE, mississirr;. And RfuJ a Tv- : . t:;-y ' Take The Times X r' v - Cr: