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8 HIE TIMES: UBEKNVILLH, if iTJ, SATU IUM V J II A ltd 00 90 1 ? I- 'V- I; I' J t ! - ;eei yjfljflltyl i .,.111. :L. jj. -Ugi-a lin!I jaggyftjiigaifcmay ; - "... - . f . ;v . , . . . ' -..v diem: 5eam. Ban n or Pla n ters. Natehez JJouble-Shovels. I 3- r iv j i i . J -'v.rA.nv neBsaiHBaussa Tnr' I II IMMMIIIaiaiMM J no. Deere M idd I e Brea k- ersHall's Gen nine Lone Star Flows, New ( round Plows. juridJes Ham s, Tr ces. Back Bands, Harae Strings, Single and Double Trees, Lap an Grass Plow Lines, etc, I fill If vff s ml (i m iiffl m r h I 111 III 171 I II I 1 I I I I I I I till 1 I III in t lit ii j ini f i r-i ... -.v w Washington Avenue.; FOR SALE CHEAP, ; - Pure bred bull terrier pups tif the most improved breeding, filred bv Sleepy Dau A. K. C S, It, 59594, dam Pawn 59595. 'iliese are very hne watcn or fjliara dogs. Write for prices , H. B. Robinson, P. O. Box 41 Greenville, Miss Kilso ejrgs for setting from fctandard bred B. B. Plymouth Kock chichens, XlMi per 16. Dunlap, the leader of style, upped Drill a complete line latest shapes or his cele brated haU. ian Hares for Sale. HftTioff nised larger Dumber than I have room to aooommoAete I have decided to sell gtffir pairs at a reduced price. Price per pair I onmoa, $2. Tbese were purchased in ?Sas City, and as well bred as any that lir pr bred in California. If you : desire one or tpfe pairs address me at once, Cor at the above rfces those that 1 have for sale will be gone. SAM BROWN, Greenville, Miss. Cas st Mt4 the Social Whirl. (Continued from Page 5. death, who in eftch instanoe claimed a h;autiful and an only child, Laura Galloway just passing the portaU of young womanhood, and her little' cou sin, Stella Love Snirdivant who began her bright and happy life scarce four yeara ago. Miss Charlotte Brandon has returned Irom a pleasant vivit to relatives in Natchez. ' Miss Helen Marshall, who has been ih.e guest of Mrs. St, U. Coppee, left on r nday for ner home in Vicksburg. Mr. W. H. Clements left on Satur day (or Washington to act as oommis-sary-colonel on Gov. Loagino's staff at (be inauguration of President McKln- if j. Later Mr. Clements will spend a lew weeKB witn relatives id New York. V. Hcnua BluaTi BMhdty Party. The chief social event of this week was a birthda party given on Tuesday ' evening at the CHympia Club by Mr. deem an Blum. ' An elegant supper was served near te close of the dance, during which . le enthusiastic toast making that was fldulgod in showed in a most conclus ive manner the great popularity of the young host. The guests were Mesdames Abe Blom. Sam Blum, H. Brill and C. Liv togston, Misses Helen Mayse, Alma Marks, Clara Wachsmao, Pearl Fisher, Bay Eckstone, NetUe Bbrlich, Louise lilvingston, Essie Soh'.esioger and Bertha Fletcher, Messrs David Wein berg, Sidney Moyse, Sam Mayor, Mai fiiat JBergman, Joe WilczinskL Edwin Srtif, Myer Brill, Leo Frmkel, Henry Sbhall, Isadore Shormgut, Lawrence ltlnm, Milton Moyse, Manaie Gaggen kelm, and Charles Loet. C-"" VaunjtM' BfaHwUy Ckbratlsa.i -lysyear the oelebraUoo of George ohington's Mrtbday which took Uoe at the Archer school was ex- mHARDWAREH t 3fl !2 ; W 11 A. GARY,. BBPBBSENTINO a A. BALDWIN & CO. K P. O. Box 265, Greenville, Miss. LA.SSIFIED OLUMN. "WAN I" ceedingly icteresting and unusually pretty. The exercises were held in the morning and taken part in only by the children of the primary and grammer grades. There were several excellent coruses and the various historical periods were represented: 1607 by Master John Turner, 1732 by Master Earl Snowden, 1773 by Master Patton Henry Hebron. 1775 by Master Isadora Romansky, 1776 by Master Seth Whoatly, 1783 by Master Ray mond Shelton, 1861 by Master Willie Elkas, 1898 by Master,William Griffin, 1901 by Master Hubert Crosby. , Misses Eugenia Coppd and Marion Gordon were Marthas and Masters Herbert Pepperman and Harold Cros by were leaders of soldier and sailor recruite. The minuet was gracefully danced by eight little ladies In Colon ial costumes: Missen Marguret Little, Gertrude Guggenhein, Aimee Stone, Mary Bell Crittenden, "fclisa Blum, Euth Montgomery,' Marry M. Finch and Stella Strauss. ; j , . - Box Party at Grand tpcra Houic , . A box party was e iven bv Mr: and Mrs. Stanley Henshaw at the Grand Opera House on Wednesday evening, and after the play supper was served at their home on Alexander street. The party included Mr. and Mrs. LeBoy Percy, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Stone, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hawklhs and Mr. ana Mrs. O. B. Crittenden. Feed Delta Feed Horse Sense. The Comujr Event. Next Wednesday evening from 8 p. m. to 12 p. m. society will turn out en masse to attend the grand supper at the Olympia Club rooms. ' Our leading Jewish ladies have the affair in charge and extend a cordial Invitation to their friends regardless of denomination. Our Jewish citizens have always been liberal patrons when called npon to extend a helping hand to charity, and it is hoped when the Jewish ladies give their sapper next Wednesday evening that the members of all congregations will attend. The supper takes olace at mo uivmnia (jiuorooms from a n. m. to 12 p. m. A good meal served for on ly So cents. Evervbodv reonested u .... a - Advertisements under this heai ro ten cents a line each insertion. Cash must accompany the order. Six words make a line. r.r - ' ior ba.e 10 one young mules, in good shape. Apply at Lake's C. O. D. Store. Wanted ,A positlen by young lady to do offloe work, as a stenogaapher or to clerk, with first-class firm. Address J, care Times, Wanted For literary work, writer, correspondents or reporters every where. Experience unnecessary, A"l pay for MSS, stories, news, poems, etc. "G. W." Union Associated Press, New York- Wanted To Rent A house.- or rooms, furnished or not, at once. Con venient locality. Address Miss L M, Thompson, City. - . Fob Rent-One neatly furnished front room, with or without board, for gentlemen or married couple. -Applv also accommodate day boarders. lm Rooms to Kent With or without board, pply at 400 South Broadway aW i TintfTlr'Si'" 'g OF OUR 1 sv..-v -.- ....... . GREAT SALE .Have you rccciTcd' any of tke benefits of thh sale? If not come before it is too late. : : i. ri t. sci CHANGE OF 8CHL September 83,1 No. 124 North Kouod artim,.... No. 124 Leaves No. 1x4 south Bound tnlYM.... No li lnvaa ho. 13B For Viokebarg vl Lelul No. 174 r.r Peruv Le.ivt:i No. 17S Kr m Percy arrivet ..... No. 17S Far LifUnd Irnve . No 1W Krum llai.d arrrra...... No m r .r Hui.tlnitoi. Iff No 171 Prom llnntliiKtonanrive No loo Kor Ulind leavn No. 1U6 From Inland arriia No 176 make onnneatloa at U boaml trail ' I No 106 oiakea clone coBnXli Soatli bound Irtu JloB connection made at Met: Orlesua wltb diaerglng mill. ' loformutloa apply to , Jno. A Scolt, D. P. A., lies S.B Kncka. Aicml. Unmnit For Rent One fm-nished room, oly Mrs. Hevey, 307 Alexander St. Ap- EGGSI EGGSI EGGSBI, Pure Kentucky ' Stock Black IsirshtTisr trwa. Settmar of 15. f i.50. This stock is well adapted to tbw chrnat, being healthy and Rood layers 5 - "J.W.BELL. 8-2ni 13 Toplar 6L Feed Delta Feed Horse Sense. Colored .Items,. Miss KebbicaV fioaismn, a prominent society ladvywith her melodious voice, had an attack of small pox and is doinr verv nicely all of which is dn.e to good attention, rj t, 'satq Tt Mr. ana Mrs. Jim Johnson, of Wayside, Miss., pasted through our city on their way to Iceland to spend several days witn relatives. Mrs. J, W.. tttraugbter - is 6Dendinffa few davR in thn rtifir of New Orleans enjoying herself to tne Highest. - - Lost One iet black setter doir. Lost on tbe street last Monday evening, fehrnary 4th. Return to me and be rewarded. S. P. McCutcben, at Goyer Co. Feed Delta Feed Horse Sense. The Kinj clothier of the Del ta. Sol Brill, is at the eastern markets personally selecting a choice and up-to-date spring and summer stoaK lor his lamotf s em porium. Brill has profited by his extensive experience in the clothing business, and any one desiring e jvew suit this v spring should certainly see his Ene be fore purchaslncr Money saved and fit, cjaaKty and workmanship guar nteed. . r : ! : . j j I SEE OUR BIG CIRCDEMI X- Banister's fine shapes at Brill's. We will also state that we have received 01st spring line of Ladies' Shitt Waists, Gents' Hats and Manhattan Shirts. : : : : El f s e r: & g o He B1G ST-OS C o t n e t W a s h t n g t on Ave. and Poplar Sti T The prevailing custoi finisb and hardwood to teriors and it i univer ceded that for a private t nothing can be found, them,, in. being at the " artistict, beaoliful "': My stock of all kinds f of bine that is to be d ueptionally large and care is taken to keep f shape, and you will So ' as represented. I bVtl ful line of hardwood H in my uptown office, ' wall paper samples thai ways pleased to show n and a call from you at 1 will receive prompt at! be appreciated. H N. Ai IR IS IS .. y- XRAai'isteA corn xA oats Gboj.( : ' -: - r; ,' 'ii- The Fcd for the South. No Colic! No Delay! JVo clones when fed Ask Merchants for it. 'Rhone 387 J. W. BELL, Southern distributor; f Drink NONE SO C GKSENV1LLE (