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' llMr: G)"tlNVlILK. MJjm. PAIUBDAY. OCTOHEK 1, W.
sn You are Ready to Purchase ilfl iiu INKS BOX FILES BLANK BOOp .a9,5(3yEMi6kANDUM BOOKS ?. ... ,, -OFFICE SUPPLIES, OR ,:ti-':5 Stationery lifted' ; r-f $1$ dirt tA fome or write u?, ovwv time vou P as you could, getrt (rpm us it is just what you wantnd Ja$- otner Mate. ? u u n National News." The library at llawardon, erected as a national memorial to the lata William E. Gladstone, HI ft cost of 150, OK), im opened yesterday. The Hague arbitration conrt lias de rided the Plus fund cane In favor of the United States, giving ft verdict r 1.40,82.67 Mud 4;i,05l-iHiannual!'. ' Thd luurri Vhrt'iYiiirdirefl ii Tatai family, aud who while In the hands of u BiifhUI whu i-urruundcd by a raob of 4.tHM men, hurt been taken to chreve- loiLl-ifr, lor safely. Tlia third annual lior-e show, has oi;ii- U a! Atlanta. ' A police captain droppel (li-ail New Yuri; unci ftlifo.Oiill iii i'UmIi. diamonds mul jewelry was fouud lu hid desTiV f C!uieiKu Ii. MacKay liu i) JStooNJ 10 piuaiueiit oi.(ttie uomme.'uia tism Company." " 1 xsideiH Llousevclt ia again turnip ill- ittteiitioo wine uisuiuuiuu m y .tronuge. a The annual message of the Piesldont Mill reconitniiiid a periuauent tariff COIllllKsSluU, kjiuuU.uf the GculogU-al Survey say tf tliu L'onf rftrik? hrrctth'd now-ibvi; some 6) t5 J J si- w 8 A-" ' jaV We Have It I Our line is'theLARGEST, BESIlQUALITY arid CHEAPESTun.- we 5 ave You Money. 4f brdert STraHOLiiEs;i company; STATIONERS , AND BOOKSELLERS. . ; , !cnmvillEi Hici:iCC!ODF i':516. WACHYKfiTAN AVP -.(-.i :.-.vM H vrirV ti If II And Things thit Interest Women Anna Hunter, who.haiijbeea .jtof Mrs.;WiUon iu Vicksbuf j, 4 jfjofently. Smkhion rrived on Thursday ii Iwr'-dMsrhter.' Mi :rs. Uarry -10 '.vi (iffte Motgomey, r Wotr; M the 'guestr' oC Mtes JtfW Jurlog the past few days . . M wlllnolri ta in 7lfth Like Con account of tee moa htr. Mia Josie. Who is ; NiatiTes Mere. v: f - - -r . B. J. Church baa returned from $t visit to HotSpnnjfs, J. L. founr has beed id BoH ;s for some days Tisitiag Jii r, who has been quite ill. I Dan Williams, of Mteiasippi sill arrive la the near future to ? guest of Mrs. w. W Stone. Walter Mag-ruder spent a few ere this week while ardute. to me in Vicksburg (ter a brief j Uxingtoo, Ky. and Mrs. J. A. Barnes arrived Ijr with their smail sod, from r, Col., and are the uesU of 'id Sirs. D. P. Shannatiao. I Theresa Wllczinski, Of New U s guest at tub home of her m, Mr. Leo Wilzin, ' I - . ' ' - Cornelia Sessions, one of Green 1 cbaroilnif young society woman, cided to combine business with ire this winter anil has accepted n at Archer's Book Store. i Carson, of New Orleans, wilt I in the near future to attend 1 in this city. She will be the her aunt Mrs. W. G. Phelps. Dors Atterbury will entertain i on Tuesday evening In honor ' Marie Cowan and Miss A lma J. of Shreveport, Lav I and Mrs. VV. W. Worthington. yslde, were guests at the Hotel this week. I $ 0. B- Crittenden has returned ier little daughters, Missis Mary Md Marguerite,- from a- visit to v in Louisville and' Frankfort, r:,,, Maude Bryan,-of-Alhambra, '.lie past week visiting her sister, penman WiBter.;-, . vs it' "Rose Hill, of Searcy, Ark.', is Ml f Mrs. W, H, Oujslef . w-H, Negui jeturnett cfc Suh having spent the past- few visiting ip New . York and William 4vhohabeen U s uur aunt, Mrs. Merritt wia 1 wngwoodhas returned. ta her ickiburg. AvNN i'ton, of Issquena county," was Greenville's visitors this week. Mr. ami Mr. uwrencn oans un: fTet)irnea" fronV tlieir weddintf trip to New oceans. M Sprl V last week by iwnnuBCiig the iliessof hisaughter. , . . Mr. Foiimoy Wickliffe, who in visit, lng relatives tj Mrayiji, spej-t S'tiday with friends In this city. " Mis Pannle'Yenfer 3 at horn after a most pleasant' vUit to her cousin, Mrs. George uowie ia ieiuju. Mr. Dunbar Marshal, iof Boston, spent a few dayf with Irlenas nere ' Mrs. W.G.Phelps has ref.fned after an UDsence vi evriti luontos syeiiij in the North and visiting relatives i Louisville' .; . Mrs. W. E. Hunt and 'MUs Vlrsrinia Hunt will arrive today from Asheville. N. C., where they have been sine: Miss Hunts return, from the AfHwft '.dawk' mountain lu August. x- " Mr, and Mrs. tier Humphreys e, Beet to leuve : In u , short while with their cbildren for Greoo wood where they will remain until Mr. Humphreys goes to Washinton for the winter. .'Mies Kettle Yerger is the (tuettt i4 hr unnlfl and annt. ' Mr. and Mm. ft Har?y Miller. ' , , . . ' ' Miss Lena Jlolmes has returned from a weeKV visit ttf Mrs. Johnson Emit) on Lake Washington , . Goldstein and , her Edna, have 'teen ab- in was ttiii&l Mtwddv. f: i ..iiA tftt:iu Uii'itPHinM '(iiirlv lu tiuw. Ins s-lac i;. N V I 'I he National. Farmers nsfres jnet, Siivan mil, Gii., Tuesday. A babv -welifhfiwf i ounces wss born V.'.ir ' ' III . . V,.Wlv irirt. rtrtvurtlMii lite S 'iith in a special udlthin. - 't'he hill to sell the Danish west in- . k. TVnlr.M At:.it.Mil bun nsKsed. i,Jjirir9X 1" W Lundsthin,-. The German Coal Miners' As-soaia- in j i'.ohi uilueis i AJ.auWi wa-iffhi e:rLa VKo-4. .ntniuaa lu Yalrticia is smu to oe doj.n d. , ' : ,. - iCeports from Gubjit16 lh lt Ame,r- vunj ufa n.iny pni um. aBnu.v d :ind murdtrred by a secret society n II jvana. . . cMMn Print, unnntilicd that the .i ...ii,.: Ka 1.....11 KfitUed. The l.-t.lflni has aoDointel it c-inimlsxlon. J. P Mor vn has neti ien not to coh- tri'fUte to the iwptioiican campaign fu :ld. Uimni ipfitpd.Wel85iin atfoot- h .ll atCambrldtfe, XlaH.' ' The coal sittt ttion at Detroit, is crit- ' Po-ty lur.ties wero bu''"1! three m it serif s v Itimrea in a ureal .vew t.u: I miners , pyiie to work at i! rtnlM.lll 1111. Alii. .i.'tcrmiii'; Va'den. whose car k Into il h 'i-ikTideiiti tarriagre at ruipeiu. .MHa held to beyponslbe fo , l. :,( ilellt... V ! i .. ..-.: ..i . Print-lary.oj SUiJe Power t(' MitLt :. !ll :..J. ...Iulr AlTfiin"f f tuvn h anki fnrtbe Misr(jplMet.'tion81. Ip' a's challehge forthe America's cup nr'lve.1 t Nweric. Karl Whititey admitted uV Lfxlng t...i..ivy K., unt ne. n.i .ui p Ci".Ui!o . i;.j t ,1 during the week. kit.'. v.nnl airir Tias returned . , . Aivhtiii visit to her cousin, Mrs. Shelby in Boeedale. t r Pm. has irane tosoend the autumn in Washington and New York. ' """"" ic. r..i., a mpv i,f New Orleans air. wiiuio, j, - . t vi tjiioo . --- ------ . o-uost. for several days this week M . iHv r,. Strickland, of this city. of friends in Green viile. the wedding will occur the tenth ol Mrs. Nathan ao,.. fr.. ' tlia riAat' WfNlr visiting ijOUlsvine, vinetuuabi iuu icuifjuiB. Lieut. David L! Stoue, IT. S. X who is in temporary charge of Fort Logan H. Roots near Little ltock is spendioK a short furlough with relatives in till city. Mrs. G. B. Alexander has returned after visiting various points of Inter est in the East and spending the pa-t few weeks with relatives in Kentucky. The eneaeemsnt has been announced of Miss Kuth Seay. of Nashville, to rt a rnn's many friends re- eret to learn that she will no longer make her home In thie city, she is at nresent the guest of iter daughter, . . r - . : Tar. 4 Mrs. Jonnsou iuurecu"i Rev. J. '1. Cunningham, of Verona, h. r,ipr. here last week of his son,' Rev. J. E. Cunningham. Miss Ella Jayne, who has been .visit ing for some weeks in Hnntsville,i,Ala., is. at preseat the guest of friends in Memphis. Mri Hugh Atkinson and her chil , i.a.. Aif,-o,l 11 nd MusCecue, of Bay St. Louis, are here on a visit to Mr Atkinson's slater, Mrs. W. W. Stoue. Miss Emma Pohl left on Thursday to act as maid of honor at the marriage of Miss Helen Bender to Mr El iott Norton of Chicago, which will take nlacTin St. Louis, the bride1 home, on the evening cf October 181H. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Selden. of Memphis, spent a few days with friends here recently while enroute to Ureen wood whV they will make thter home this wlnterv - Kev. John Primrose vas .ift Vicks burg this week Uendi.jjt a meeting of Presbytery. : Mrs. Gidden. , of 'Wayside, was n guest of relatives here early In the week. - 1 t HfiaFt4eWinneril,i 9yd h;f ' ..;... i,:s t Sueanne uaonoy iu Mr. E. Franel returned' 6n Vewr- He was accompanieo y ",. IL. dattghterr Mrr S? r...., nit s. number of. other iJter4 ' eating countries in ludhip 1 a-a-.-Vxti 1 : SSdCC4 3 der8; But you will get more than .1 VQ I . A I , quick , service, u i Cnres - ' XI? J You wiU gel gooa.good. wbether -e,ss. T-1 PROMPT; DELIVERY A'iret if roataTor-nig Nth yonr o 1 nere, v.&aS 1 .: L" -A you oruer t tens,; w-- rr.r ' ... . .- ' UIUUCU uvx.o - I 1 thenr!,-ts a call w.irruove. - December. Dr. and Mrs. William Camp Wheeler have is-ued invitations to the marriaire of their daughter, Maude Ira. and Mr. William W. Matthew. Jr., which will taice place at the brides' home in Huntsville, Ala., on Wednesday after noon, .October twenty-ninth at half past four o'clock Miss Wheeler is a mster of Messrs George and Camp Wheeler, of this City, and by her un usual beauty and gracious personality won many dmlrers and friends dur ing her vis.t lu Greenville last winter. Among the visitors U our city this week was Mr. Ellen Hale of hhaw, Miss., who visited Mrs. J. A. Luak of North Walnut street. We are giad to note that Mrs. Lusk up again after a weeks illnes. : Mr. Frederick Band, of Florida, who has been a member of the charming bouse party given by Mr.IPaac Thomp son at his plantation home near Hose dale, arrived here on Thursday to be the guest for a few days of Mr, ana Mi s. Scruggs before returning to be wuoee, where he is a student at the University, . The Greenville friends cf Miss Blanche Divine learn with interest of her marriage in Chattanooga on Wed needay. October loth loMu E. b. H0s. Mrs. W. G. Yerger is on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. B. Wilson, In Vicksburg. "! ; ; Mr. Neville Helm paid a visit last week to his mothef.Mrs. Carneal War Held at hei pretty home, ceur Carioia, 1 Arkansas. " ';' ' .... Miss Theresa King, of Boston; is the i guest of Missititborid-Coliu. ' Thursday evening i the date of the flrrt of the Elvsian Club dances to be given this season. ; .' PRESBYTERIAN CllLliU". serv ices 11 m. and 7:30 p m. Rev. Dr. J 110. W, Primrose, i-astor. ' Forty Years', Torture. ' , I ! Tobeelieved from a torturing dis ease after 40 years' rture mighj i well cauM the gratitude of anyone. That is "hatDe VVItt's Witch Hazel Salve did f.jr C. Haney, uioey, y.. ""'-' beWitt' Witch Haiel Salve cured me nfnlles after I bad suffered 40 years. ' Cures cuts, burns, wounus. sum u.s Beware of counterfeits. TT.r t.hn very . best bnidin2iiril niviog brick, cotresponi with the l . , 1...: .v.l Hnr4W Off. .:. jjNlUluiH iii r " , " 1: v1015. Hebnen uuiiain?,-, 1 :-' Jfe-V Orkaflss LA. 'fT R. C. and AMERICAN BE AUT Y rvGQ St TS. T HE C 6 RS ETS OF Q UALI TY TtV a ' pa" odir of f . or American Beauty Corsets and enjoy the comfort -.rhlph-cpmes with the wearing f a good corset. Xjkia warrant with every , p air "Money efuhded r ;ete,,fouweehs trial if c irset is feotsatisfactory." I,ooK tor th Tra4e Marhs the signs of quality, on every Jdox and on corset- they, insure you'a effect fittinkirwll wearing corset . -1 -.1 at 't fA : : i ' - 0 Alamazoo jCorset company SOLE MAKERS ivSTt uyJSztmdzM- V C III G A M ft ( ;;l,,,il;I:l,1:lbr.,sate-.by - J- 'V V II l-ni W.ifl't 1"r. 1 i ptbtiequ.,;,;:;'; t '11" GREENVILLE.1 MI SlSSIfP... 3 J 7 Washing on Are. I ii I AAA jfkjJV.A85 JJ. A.-?- - i 'b'H'ii'en, hagVkyied A. Ji, ,t ttm't : plai"i '" - ,Stote News. ii, . '1 . The Supreme Court "meets In regular sw.-ion at Jackson Thursday.; v, 7 '''he sons of Veterans were in session th s week at the CapttoL Grenada refused to mrke 13 mills her tax rate unlucky. ., McComb City sent the New Orleans strikers 1100. ... First Monday in November, Super visors of Tallahawtiee accepts bids for Ltw jail at Summer. Hinds county liqnor men present an i ther petition for saloons. .. George Gould will vieit Natchez. ii..i.irnl Kchool census show 30 649 children ol school age. The cornerstone of Jacksons new Eplscopol church will be laid on the 11th of Nov. , , . The etate Medical Examination was held at Jackson this week. The Pike county truck farmers or. ganined au association. "ihe Mississippi and Wast Alamoa Fair wasiu se sioa at Columbus this week. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Epis copal church will give a Ba.arfc.lo the Phelphs building October JOth. Ihe public are invited to attend. -V MKS.M a VALLIANT, Sec. The Worst Form. Multitudes are singing the praises of Kodol, the new uiscovery mui , ,. . ..,.. npnn a well and weak pet pie strong by digesting what they eat, by cleansing and sweetening the stomach and by transforming their food into the kind of pure, ricn. red b.nod that makes jou feel good all over Mrs. Crantill. of Tiov, 1. T.. wntes: For a number of year. I was troub ed with indigestion and dyspepsia which irrew into the worse form. Finally I was induced to use Kodol and after using four bottles I am entirely cured. I heartilv recommend Kodol to all suf ferers from dyspepsia. Take a dose af ter meals, it digeests what you eat. : ... ..THE.. - DELTA CAFE, ' . (NrtrY. M. V. Depot.) ; MANtJEL DANDALAKE. Prop.. .... ervt totifdet. ... w- IIP - , 1 LUNCHES. OYSTERS ETC. Orders aclivcrtd te any part ! the city. '"" Always on hand ; ' Fruits,' ; Candies.. 'HuuS; The choicest In the oity. KVERYTHIKO NKVV.' " ' ' '' HVKRYTHINO CLEAN. Buy a Weekly Meal TickeL Give me4 Call or, .Phone 59. Mantel - Dandalake,- w " Washington AveetW. ii t. r v f i ... , .,. f:AReH.ESB.QSTORE:: NO 19 POPLAR STREET. : , TELtPnti.NL: in J. IU4. ; :: y ..... ,,...'."....' . I . '.I . f . 1 , : . 1 M -H-MM(a(MHHHsHMaaS"awaMaSMas1 aaxaBsasWW,", YE CARRY. ALL COPYRIGHT' B10KS- ' All $1.50 Books now at ottr poptilat price 01 Oil . . . . xyliUi s 0. One Hundred new Books in this Week J NEW STOCK OF STATIONERY NOW IN 2 FULL , LINE OF. SCHOOL SUPPLI SS As Many Five Cent and Ten Cent Goods as Any Other Place to Town Come and take yoor choice from Hard's, Whttings, Geo. Brown's or Crane's. Tubtetu from 1 1 2 ott l 6. ami 7 cent etuh. Pound I'npers nil fliwle at 2." rcnu a lh. These ihI" aro'oo'd ti illy for 40 cents ier tKnind . . .. . Guaranteed Gold Pens, Maliie Toods best. ,Swan t)t Toys, lonf, Mat t ie. ioi:. anu uaraes. Pur.kets Fimnliiin Tens. Ku!l line of & mmm mm mm. WllEYS CANDY FRESH WEEKLY FROM ATLANTA P1NQ PONO PINO PONQ PINQ PONQ Print Merchant, will .ari-mo fv by calling at A Rril Kits f..r Kv.-lup rnnvrn . . .,.,.(. .u. TrW M fill t.i h . run Will ttvl a lICBiil r mi- .jj.w v .. . - - kvery pun:lia-t'r of .Q cults w-Ttlt of rwa 7 ARCHER'S TOWN LOTS. - K . j. a ROBB. , I Times B'ld'g. Gnwnville. MUs. ! Represents the - . . - The PhilailflphiH' Under -ritijis ; ,of rhi;auolol-ia. .-.. ,v.i The National Fire Ibv. 'mia . , ; of Hartford, Conn - , - The Fire Asscjntiiiii, i i v. P of Philadelphia. , j The Sun InsuiHiice ! Lattice, I ' of lyondon. 1 The: Mississippi Fire Association The Prudential Life Ins. Com'y.,! of Newark, N. J: ' . ' i ! The Standard Accident Company,; - i of Detroit, Mieb. , - -' j s THe;:GOYER:;CO. ' 33ciwil6LESALE -GROCERS'; ; . . ,; ; j Headqctatiers iot-n--' BAGGING AND TIES. TELEPHONE No. 1 7. ' 702, 704, 706 Washington Avenae. ; v s ot of Path's GREENVILLE, ''When death itemed very near from . , , ' " - , a severe stomach and liver trouble..-'., . " . -- :: , that I had tutie"ed with"tor years"? ! - - i - . n. V... . n.i.k.A. V ' 1 t li- t wnM ' - mun. vui n hit . ' , mis.:. wriwt. wi ' " ' ' - -' , j r King's New uiewt ma laseu.mjr oie: . - - - end gave perfect health." Best pills:, g4 M gw or eSrth and only 5s at V. B. Finlayk llii C5 1 J i I l 1.1 & (Jo's drug store. - t ' I- a