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AAA AAA rNW cp0$ESSIONS. POCTORS. I Henry T. Ir.ya. .j(JDn Q lca(.r ntNrJJ T, IREYS&CO, COTTON' FACTORS, EDWARD HOLLAND. COTTON nuvmt. Onlceln Wllcnlntkl UulMii ir 0, SHIVERS, M P., 'iCJAU and surgeon.- drug store, - weinterg ... rlsrk's Xdephone 4W ft is I 0. PATINC, v., WjlClAN AND SURGEON. iMnbent Uildlxg. Wehlnto ,pl)OM 63- ' "" ' 0, SMYTH E, M. D.:. VSICIAN AND STJKGEON. i over Brill's slore, Wishing . 'jjiepbone 85. I H. JONES, M. D. YS1CIAN AND SURGEON. , M. CURRELL, M. D.. . ' VStClAN AND SURGEON. Clirt drag stora Kesidence 700 Main Psoas IW C SMYTHE, M. D., i'SICIAN AND SURGEON. er Brill'i store, oorn.f Poplur street .uutoa avenue. Phone W. TOOMBS, M. D., i'SICIAN AND SURGEON. iorsrFlnlsv's drug store. Home Thoo- jjLL BELL, M. D., IVSICIAN AND SURGEON. i: Phelps Boliding. Phone XII. D. W.STONE, M. D.f JYSICIAN AND SURGEON. -: Teioberg Building. ' Residence Phone 233. R. HOWARD STEWART, j DENTIST, 1 . ;! titration given to BIGGS DISEASE Long Distance Phone 520, LAWYERS. j LER0Y PERCY, I ATTORN E Y- AT- L A W. . iiu Bunk Building, Greenville, Mix Tlomti. A. J. Base. j THOMAS & ROSE, j ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. aomNelmi Blum. " Liberal slvances ma'le on consignments. M"K,C7. 919 M,.lnctree. :.' r'ABE BLUM. COTTON FACTOK. Liberal advances made on consignments. Phone No, 6. 23S Washington ave WALDAUER COTTON CO. COTTON FACTOR. Liberal advance made on consignments, 238 Washington ave. Phone IS. COTTON BUYERS. A. ROSENFIELD. . . COTTON BUYER Office: Walnut Street. J. H. FISHER & CO. K KI-HEK, Repress tutlvo liold.Wn Building, in It. C. E, F, HALL & CO, I! KSKRIijOE, Repru ei.lBthe. A'es;iniler Bnlldli g. . ", , H. G, VINCENT. Olll.;o uVur- .1 Mali C, GrL'onli'jV, street. STANLEY HENSHAW. OfHuti over Fiaiik Hinder'.' WaBhlriKton Avomi. AN HONEST P0RTR. WM. CRUMP & CO. WM. CHUMP, llepreaentailve. Elk Old llooora. Washington Ave.' Offlee. ooms. WILSON, GWIN & CO. COTTON BUYERS. Main street, next to Klysian Club Our Trimming Ronn.' .s now open; walking hats are lieing re ceived every day )' in ine is handsome and up-to i.ato. Any of those who desire to see Misk Davis aliont their tall hats may call at Mrs. Sauk's Millinery Parlors and get pointers on full styles. DunlapHats, latest fall shape, just received. Sol Urili. FANS DELTA FANS eiildl, Van B. Boddie. i SHIELDS & BODDlfi, I Attorneys-at-Law, ttoleld Building, Greenville, Vial. ! WM. GRIFFIN, Attorney-at-Law. Wis Phelps Building, Greenville, Miss. j J. M. CASHIN, .'ATYER AND NOTARY PUBLIC, over Citiiena Bank, Greenville, alias j E, J. B0GEN, 1 - Attorney-at-Law, 'iimm Harbl,on Br0- Co.. WaShinc- j JUDGE W. R. TRIGG, f Attorney- at-Law. vera" H"bi"n'' ""w tore. Wasaiac- PERCY BELL, Attorney-at-Law. Gilding, Greenville, Hies. FANS ELECTRIC LIGHT, POWER I & MANUFACTURING COMPANY. We are prepared to furnish and instal both DESK and CEILING FANS at the lowest possible price, and supply to all our patrons current at reasouable rates under contract for the season. To Keep Cool At your place of business, or at home during the hot weather, supply yourseli with one of our fans no brushes to get out of order or wear out, no repairs re quired and will last a lite time--No extra charge for installation. Pans can be Removed ' From place to place and can be attached . to any receptacle light in any room of the house. That is more convenient? Call at Our Office And make vour contract. Our aim is the lowest living rates and the very best servfee. Delta Electric Light, Power and Manu facturing Company. FANS He Helped Hlmae'f 4a Tip of Tea Hollars fur llrfuar Arroinmoda tluar anil Ilonrsl, "The tlp-exiietlii(f J'liJIiiuin far por tent are the reWpientH of a (rood inn n y knockn from reH iind public, but they are not the. ivonat in the world," renin rkefl a eominurelnl trav eler to u WiiHhitifrton Ktiir man, "They miiy luive u prel ty "tii ree woy Of drilling for lips, but when it eome to the matter of honetity I know one or them that's there with thu goods, H the Buying poc. ' "I left Sun FranclHco, or, rnther, Oakland, on the Sunla l'e line for (hienpo at 8 o'clock in the evening a couple of weeks nfro Inst Sunday. The trnnir that 1 met in 'Frisco had been rather too enthutiinHtic In giv ing me a good time of it. out there on the day of my departure, bo that wjien I woke up on The train along toward 7 o'clock the next morning the sleeper bunk felt pretty warm and my coppers a whole lot warinef. The neareuW. in ioi;t the. firtt Stop at which I would have a chance to fix those hot coppers was Mojave, and bo I hustled fcto iriy clothes lo be ready to hop off; the train during the stop at Mojave 'for one ol those katzen jammer alleviators. i "I asked the Pullman conductor how long the train -would stop at Mojave, and he replied that the stop would last ten minutes. I raced into the station cafe - when the train pulled into Mojave, and instructed the man in charge of the bar to rig me up one of those long, long damp things. He went at the job in a pret ty scientific manner, and the piece of wet work that he set before me was rare thing to find, right alongside of the California desert. It was such a fine and effectiv creation, in fact, that I asked him to frame up an other one, and I fot away with this with equal joy. Then I leisurely strolled to the door to take a look at my train and saw the end of It curling away in the rarefied distance on Its way toward the land of the rising sun. It had pulled out without notifying me. I hustled into the ticket office to ash the man in the window when I'd be able to corral another eastbound train, and he said that it 'ud be along at 8 o'clock the next morning the mate to the train that had departed without me; there Hotel Cowan Building. . , . Dealer in . . Wines, Liqtfors, Cigars and Tobacco Old Mcllvan-The Best Call for our Speoiul Good Liquors for Family Use and the Jug trade. (Hanways & Kennedy's Old Stand) Washington Avenue GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Jm Wm 6, '" Go W P ' tavfe. Alw .liable. Lsllra,astnr tpmraj "l r allle b.j, Healed Willi blu . rbbon. rake jolher. HrftiM, ji,ari ui ..uiuad ImllnlloM. Hu of rourDruggiM, r sod 4. in Mampx for rsrtlealm IWH. .,nil and " fU-Hrt for Illm 1 (Uer. r return Hall l.0 Testimonial . boi. il lru8X'w- GHIOHESTKB OHBSft. . loe niaUaai Mquare, i-MRaiA. Mu.. au pa Caaubell. . C. H. Starling CAMPBELL & STARLING, Attorneys-at-Law. . ' ' '' tosraneld Building. H. C. Wsteoa. JAYNE & WATSON, Attobneys-at-Law. - a r i at Kational Bank. Allen Moatgoaiery. Attorneyb-at-Law. : - " and at Selioal, Kiss. HUGH Q. BASS. ATTOENEY-AT-LAW. WikslarirJBaiMiat ' J- T. D. KINNISON, ATTORKsiY AT-LAW. . HISS. 5TON FACTOIIS. L"ilde; .... f 'v ttAMxvj rvrr J 3. CRITTENDEN & CO:; h COTTON FACTORS."" '" " dvaecee made oa tntwigsments. Fhone Ke. -. & I I.J.tl. J- I J. f. Barnes, 2 L-L-Axn- IMG y 7 c It's Like Btiying a Govcf mneat Bond. vhen you bny our lumber a sure thinjr. We pride ourselves ou quality and reliability. These, with promptness in filling orders, constitute our best DUMiiess aswis And they brinfr lis trade. If vou need anything in 11 O oughly sea Mined lumber, we can supply it on short notice, lowest price. ; , J. J. HARTY. 215 Hinds St. Greenville, Miss C II. Owen -JRU f. HUHIES I OL QREENVILLS, t IS5. SpCk!t. HENRY T. IRFA'S JOHN O. ARCHER. HFIM Y T. IREYS&CO. GOTTON ,-t , FACTORS, . Office No. 2J9 Ilain Street. GREENVILLE. V " fllSS.SSIPPL vai 1 re sel mi T I o a r f e ) if' -one or tlte overiana ex-- diem. So there I saw my- in Mojave, fnl.. the most little sand dime on the n full twenty-four hours. , ' ot wasn't the worst of it ft my Olndstone bag wide rr.y bunk, with my wearine thrown nronnd the section 1 hieh way, and in the bag ced, on the night before, $200 :i ' '1 coin, the stuff being " too ' e; , to carry around in my pockets ril ,-ny comfort. '; 'i "A. " "e got a chance of getting the hai ck,' said I to myself, 'but what th' i lack porter'U do to those l'00 in -nt money will be something Kv i.iioingly scandalous,' " I had no idea.on earth that I'd e r see a dollar of that money f ired it all out that the porter t '-'Id corral the money , and then i nft mv wearing1 apparel into the T and hand it over to the conduct I knew then I wouldn't be able o prove any such fact that I hat1 TOO in gold money in the bag. and ( srave it up for gone. I told the it-tion an-ent at Moiave about the 1 ag, and he immediately telegranheH to the next station to be made by mv lost train along the line, a plnce called Barstow, N. Mex.. directing that the bag be shipped back to Mo jave on the west-bound overland. "The bag was returned to Mo'ave on the west-bound late that nigrtt nnd I earrerlv opened it up to see what I had left in the bag. Every thine was there, including the stack of gold money. I counted the gold roll, and it amounted to an even $1!)0. The porter, I felt certain, had appro priated just one of the $10 gold pieces to compensate him for his trouble in packine the bng, and I afterward found out that I was right in this supposition. T "I caught the train east on the fol lowing morning, and when I got to Kansas City I got off to take a bit o: a resat a hotel. As I was get ting off I met the porter of the train that had left Mojave without me. He was walking about the station, wait ing to go aboard his car for another western trip. He saw and recognized me as soon as I recognized ftim, and he grinned broadly w.hen he saw me, " 'Boss,' said he, coming over to me. 'Ah suah did look eve'ywheah fo' dat othuh ten dolluh gol' piece, but Ah suah couldn't fin it nowheah, and then he burst into a happy darky laugh and slapped his thigh joyously. I told him how welcome he was to the $10 piece that he had pinched out for himself, and Tm not certain that I didn't give him another couple of dollars to show my appreciation of his honesty. It might not sound like honesty to speak of his swiping $10 from my Gladstone bag. but under the circumstances, considering the chance he had to grab it all, and con sidering, too, the nature of Pullman porters as they're supposed to be, I think he was a paragon of honesty." PRAISES AMERICANS. BD0VES blRONIO CURB I racial Mono. mi h4 IMItarutrlMUiiiuX MtrttctrtlCtmr. Ml (run Wi MM. RiMfittMtPMfKt .it W)tHKlft flun, mintMWiumfi. UAIMNTKeO f: Jl I i ( HI08.600KIMTa M I . China's Late Minister, Wa Ting Fang, Gives Bis Impressions. awake la) Hla Teas t tke Baitev srlu mm Aaa-tathllMr ( tke ATPrace Asaawteaa aatal Hla ' . AeMaaaltshnaeata. Americana are known. In whatever quarter of the world chance hap pens to throw them, by their mar velous self-reliance and independence. A typical American is never at a loss what to do with himself, writes Wu Ting-Fang in Success. If, by some enchantment he were whisked away over night and set down, in the middle of Timbuctoo, he would, doubtleB, when fie should awake the next morning, be astonished, but bev fore luncheon he would be busily en gaged in some business enterprise, so - . " - - . :...'.' - ...:.,.,....,.., t . ..vL. -:. M.I'MniAnA ksi i" tri fi n rpfrftnoiss E'raiJ cf & t v7Vr a S-rfaaVWavairf Via i.ie- vwiw a - -; , teaant aromatic Miter taste prtpare4 jssciaSy for aD.CU a.-XS, izZ Med of tie foSowdas wcH fenowa vezzt&l terfes ead Uood f nn..crs: ftitil Extract PERUVIAN BATJI, Flsil Extract POFLAR BAIUC FM1 Extract DOG WOOD BAKU rf-?l Extrast CLAC1 HCOT FtdJ Extract FTJCIXY ATI I tf. FluiJ Extract SAlSAPARILLA if for tMaary chESs, a "nraet or tastdasa dh2I tcrJc Is prefcrs-l tC:i tSW'bH' 25 Year Sta4r4 ClOVE'S TASTZLES3 COL TCVZZ VA tzT cfc& that ether cM3 tomct ajoa t ccre A ten cent package of CHOVES LLACL ROOT LIVES. rSi-S Free wi every cotaXa. Ko Gere, f Jo Pay. : Pries, 50 eezis. Ahraya fce tare its CLOVE'S. .... - ... . i i - 1 .'..'. C M. HAM Fu NT IT, - - XAKtr n BLOB . JEE "MASTIC" ESCK-CASE A syaUu of unis; trn or a dozen books, one unit nore !?oo:s mor1. units, and get them as wanti 1 ( 'rac es vnd prices to suit all tastes and reqi irumt nu. in book-case for the home. ( '"'1 ai d s ;e the,; cr write for booklet. Mi readily 1oe ne adapt l.i en to r eumstances. In every i.- tai ;e he knows how to take can if hims If, but perhaps the real t ft f his success is that he knows W. 'v tt ma :e the, most of his opporti ti An American student Us 1'V rm -izes that education is t'l- -ic; in -stone to achievement. ftudlt i with the expectation of ftuiuig iiu self for the profession or -upi tioi he is ultimately to-enter. V ' m ke; the most of himself as a tut mt, that he may be able to in ke the most of himself in his chosen career. All through his course of stu ly 1 'tis idea is instilled into his mil 1, t od the consequence is that he lea cs Ms college or university well preps -el ;o enter upon life's activities. He tii su e of himself. I may also add tn t t' e schools of the Cnited States ' bM t public and collegiate, ae the e 5wi lg glory of this young and gre. t rt public. No words can bestow poi them too . high praise, No Wti latt ean be put tipon the good which hej are accomplishing In training ycjng women as well, as yonjTa; men for fu ture usefulness. Systematic educa tion is reaching its highest form in this country. Its results are so prac tical that the country carraof help but advance. - - The intelligence of the average American is worthy of note.' This, I take H, is due in large measure not only to the excellent schools, but also to the Innumerable newspapers and other publications. I have found, in all parts of the country, that In every town of any size there is pub lished a dally paper, and that the metropolitan publications circulate ia the homes of the most remote cor ners of the land. . The abilities to selre his opportu nities, which is characteristic of the) American, is seen In the business en terprises nf the country. Its indus trial machinery is adjusted to the production of its wealth on a scale of unprecedented mngnitude. This Is a valuable condition,. . American brains and American y. rtltn are reaching out to control the markets of .the w.irld. and, with od reason, .other Bations are Watching the -ef- , forts With keen Interest. China is but awakening to its vast possihili ties, and more and more will she wel come the Amerirnn mrrb"!t "1 WANT TO BUY F0I IflSli I! c 20, two or I re ; roon small houses, n ' part f city. C HURCH and SHELTON ." .. THE .. : t DELTA CAFE, ' (Sear . K. V. Depot.) . MANiiEL DANDALAKE, Fron,. . ... serves to order...: MEALS, t f imams, OYSTERS. ETC Ord:rs dtlhwresl ta any pert f the city. Always on band Fruits, Candies, Huts, - .The choicest lo the city. v RVCRYTBIKO "NB.W. : ' " EVtBYTlimQ CXKA-N. Buy a Weekly yilciil Ticket. Give me a Call or Phone 59. - Elanoel DandUIake, . ; Wasliingtoo Avenue. rrVerrrAfWVVWJ Sv,! v .'4- f They (Ira a lie) ' tH 1 MvV, l- aTWB.f t hWe ncft evnd hHt- Jtlaint. NOd 41 f K I'- For Den! r.H:: At Kc3c:;-Mc i L, Dli. Y") r :