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"fc- N. w- m " " ! I v. " ' r; v ' ' " I .... " - " : - tit to i 6 o o a A o o o n JQ3 Bay, Wimd&j, Decemfeeg 1st f rTT 11 I Ladies' Underwear 50 cents a suit We offer a (food quality of Ladies Underwear, heavy riblted, fleece lined, valued at 75c, Monday only, Riiit 50c. 85c suit We offer an extra good quality, ladies riblted, fleece lined umlersuit, wbicb is sold for 1 25 suit, MuDtlay only, suit 85c. $1.50 suit We offer an all wool ladies ribbed undersuit, ex tra value, worth 2.00 suit, Monday only, $1.50 suit. $2.00 suit We "ffer an extra ordinary good quality, heavy all wool, ribbed, Indies under suit, goods worth $2 30, Monday only, suit $2.00. Ladies Outing Night Robes 91.15 We offer a good quality ladies outing gown, nicely trim med with braid, valued at 11.50, Monday only, $1.15. $1.40 We offer an extra heavy, ladies outing gown, nicely trim mod, full length, $2.00 quality, Monday only, $1.40. $1.75 We offer a" beautiful quality, ladies outing gown, silk enbroidered, heavy, extra long, valued at $2.50, Monday only, $1.75. Many Inducements. in Inducements offered tailor made suits. Inducements offered tailor made skirts. Inducements offered tailor made jackets. Inducements offered Cbeffen boas. Inducements offered in neckwear. v Inducements offered shirt waists. Inducements offered underskirts. Mothers! Bring your boys in and fit tliein up in a rice suit of clothes. You can buy them from us at the light prices. ladies in ladies ladies ladies ladies ladies ladies in in in in Ladies Shoes $2.50 We offer hand seed, turn sole, ladies shoes with Cuban heels, patent or kid tips good, never sold under 3.00, Monday only, $2.50. $2.50 W offer hand sewed, welt soles, ladies shoes, kid tip, Cuban heels good value for $3.00. Monday only 2.50. $3.00 We offer an extra good quality, welt sole, hand sewed, French kid, ladies shoe?, always sold at $3.50, Monday only, 3.00. Try a pair of our one dollar, ladies' kid gloves. . pi ! NIK k JHK5S 301 & 303 WASHINGTON AVENUE CORNER POPLAR STREET. LEYS COL W BIG STORE. GREEN VI LLE MISSISSIPPI I - T; -C HAIR BUHNG IN GERMANY. TreiHi of Yo.Bg Girls Sold hj Thrl Parcals to Merchant. W bo Make ' It a Biilnni. An interecting, if not pathetic, cub : torn of annual occurrence took place a few days ago at a village 20 miles from Berlin which will probably be witnessed nowhere else in the world. This is the ruthless shearing of the tresses of some scores of young fiiiw ior purely commercial purposes. reports tne tnicago American. The girls do not seem to mind it. The pathos is all on the side of the unaccustomed observer. The young women who sacrificed their locks so willingly are descendants of the orig inal bis inhabitants, the Wends. The people preserve the Wend lan gnage and costume. The women and girls wear large headdresses which completely cover xneir nair. 'inns their tresses are rarely seen until they are sheared off by the merchants who periodi- ' tally flock to that regien at the specified shearing time. ' The locks mostly in demand are those of girls between IS and 17 years of -age. The merchants, equipped with combs and shears, ar riva on a certain advertised day and establish themselves at the village inn. Thither come the young worn en who have locks for sale, accom- - panied by their parents. The hair dresses are removed and the tresses critically examined, whereupon the bargaining begins. When a merchant has named a satis factory figure for a certain head of hair, the girl's father or mother ac cepts the price, which is paid in cash on the spot and the shears do their work. When a young woman has been deprived of her tresses she demands aa her right by long standing cus tom a glass of schnaps, for which the merchant pays. According to their length, tint and . profusion, these heads of hair bring from ten to twenty dollars each. The trade is an important German industry since Germany exports hu man hair to all the nrinclnal ! 1 of Europe. Prices are continually j advancing, aa it is becoming very . ' difficult to supply the demand. Ca H.iki far Malaria, . A decoction of coffee husks has been uted as s remedy for malaria by Or. Kestropo, of Medellin, in the state of Antioquia, Colombia. It was found ef . fective in esses where quinine fsiled, snd in other diseases as well, such ss enteric colic and chronic dysentery. htedical Journal. rattlaar l Paaisklu. Pumpkins are easily tanned or dried. To can, stew till just 'soft enough to put through the colander, fill the cans or jars and set them in a pot uf water to cook 20 minutes; then seal. To dry, tew the pumpkin down slowly at dry as possible, so dry that when stirred away from the bottom no water will gather. When cool, put through the colander, spread on plate, in thin layers and dry on the -- tack of the store. When the top has caked a little, take a knife and turn the pumpkin over, breaking in umall pieces. Do this before it has dried onto the plates. When wholly lry, pack in stout bags, or in boxes or Jars. To use, for one pie tske cue-third of a cupful of the dried pumpkin and soak over n'ght in a cup of milk. In the morning put on the back of the stove to warm and mash the lumps cut. Add more milb nnrl hi-at hot; (M oneepjr beaten with three tablespnonftils of sugar, rjunrter of a teaspoonful of cinna mon, a pir'-h of jringer. P"t into the erupt aid bake. American Queen. This Space Belongs to CHURCH & SHELTON, Look for their offer next weed. Wanted Sewing by day in families, irjt-cliss work and fittfuarant ted. Edna Jonks, 213 N. Broadway. ft ; WANTS- s ' FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. A ' large Muck Brilliant Stove for store, church or hall. 3 email stoves, 1 Fine Roll Top office desk. Apply this week at Robinsons Bankrupt Store. TRY OUR WANT COL UMN. WE GUARANTEE RESULTS. . s . H.T. IREYS, Jr FOR SALE. The Razlehurst residence on Main Street. All modern convenienses. For terms apply to EVERMAN & STONE. For Sale, The comfortable and convenient residence of Mrs. J. Henry Chap pell at 107 North Broadway. Cen trally located. All mqderu con veniences. For sale on reasonable terms. Apply on premises to Mrs. J. Henrt Chappeli. Lost in July, Speckled Pointer dot,', 2 years old White dog, black speclis and both ears black. Tall, raboued, lonjf tail. Finder will ba rewarded with $10 and no queBtfon-i asked. Come or addrass m es. essa Insurance sllsBBSSSBS Office: Citizens Bank Building, Poplar Street, GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. ran & .weim, GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. n u d..:i J: f :it- U - Jv$i V ecerved eight cat loads of the Fa- V.ar.tcd-r mottsKcntwood Paving Brick. iiiisr a U.!!rwlo Co J. L. STRICKLAND,Manager. One Minute Cough Care Is the only harmless cough cure that gives quick relief. CuresCougbs, Co.ds, Croup, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Pneumonia, Asthma, LaGrippe and all Throat, Chest and Lung troubles. I got soaked hj rain, says Gertrude E. Fenner, Muncie. Ind., and contracted a severe cold and cough. I failed rap Idly: lost 48 lbs. My druggist recom mended One Minute Cough Cure. The first bottle brought relief: several cured me. I am back to mv old weight, its ids. une Minute uugn (Jure cute the phlegm, relieves the eouzh at once, draws out Inflammation, cures croup. An Ideal remedy for children. Greenville Drug Co Clark Drug Co. A Thanksgiving Dinner. TTaavv Pnt.incr la nanallv fka An, cause of indigestion Repeated attacks la .1 . ... luuBiue iuB muuous memoranes lining in the stomach, exposes tbe nerves of the stomach, nnvhn-inua .wplllnir aftn eating, heartburn, headache, sour risings and Anally catarrh of the stom ach. Kodol relieves tbe inflammation, Drotects the nerves and cures th catarrh Kodol cures Indigestion, dys pepsia, an sromacn irouoies oy cleans ing ana sweetening the glands of the stomach. Greenville Drug Co. Clark Drug Co. Asleep Amid Flames Breaking into a blazing home, some firemen lately dragged the sleeping inmates from death. Fancied secur ity, and death near. Its that way when you neglect cougns and colds. Don't do it. Dr. King's New Discov ery for Consumption elves perfect pro tections against all Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles. Keep It near, and avoid suffering, death and doctor's bills. A teaspoon ful stops a late cough, pert latent use and most stubborn. Harmless and nice tasting' it's guar anteed to satisfy by A. B. FloBiy& Co. Price 60c andtl.Ot. Trial bottles free. J. H. ROBB. Times B'ld'g. Greenville, Miss. Represents the The Philadelphia Underwriters of FhiladolnHa. The National Fire In. Momoa ; of Hartford, Conn. The Fire Association, of Philadelphia. The Sun Insurance Office, of London. The Mississippi Fire Association of Mississippi The Prudential Life Ins. Com'y., of Newark, N. J. The Standard Accident Company, of Detroit, Mica. .. ' Startling, But Trun. "Tf PV.,t ntiA Irnaw ... k n n ,1 medicine Dr. King's New Pills is." riw is. xi. xurner, uempseytown, Ph.. "vniiM .all .11 tun Viia tn Tro weeks' use has made a new man 01 me." inraiiinie tor constipation, stomach and liver troubles. 25c at A. B. Finlay & Co's drug store. S0MMER BROS., Funeral Directors and embalmers. 1 We carry everything, may need in this lint Also manufacture tai and turn out all kinds of Wood work. Located . Main street. Telephone 4 ALLEN & JORDAN, FUR N I TURl Wholesale and Retail. Rtf8s' Lace CftalnsF X!a Carpets, Wall Paper. And a Full Line of FURNISHINGS. We also carry the best makes Pianos , Grgans and Sewing Machine). .. tl We Lead. See us for Bargains. 405 Washington Avenue. Telephone sol Greenvilllc & Vicksburg Packet Company. Carrying U. S. Mall. For Vlcksburg. Belle of the Rpnilo will ..... Tuesday and Friday at 5 p, m. for v lcKstmrg and way landings. CitV nf St .Tnaonh -ill Thursday and Sunday at 5 p. m. for Vlcksburg and all way landlna-s. First- ClaS TiaKKPnCPr onH ftuii.rk . dations. Electric llehts and fan. J. J. Powers. Pres J. C. Watts, Supt. Vlcksburg. Lynb Stabling, Agent Grsenville Berry -JACK OF ALL TRADES If you are billious and seeking ad v iscrs Take DcWitt's Llttln Furl. nr. Just before going to bed. ' iuu win nna on tne morrow, You are ild of your sorrow That's all ; just enough said. These famous pills do not gripe, but move thp hnwpl, (fontltf : 1 cleansing tbe liver. Their tonic effect kivcs sireuKtu wj toe glands, prevent Ine a return of thn dinto. n Alie Drug Co. Clark Drua; Co'. THE . r DELTA CAFE, (XearY. AM.V. Depot.) MANUEL OANDALAKE, Prop., . . . .serrss to order. . . . MEALS, LUNCHES. OYSTERS. ETC. Grden dclivtrcd to sny part of th( city. - Always on hand Fruits,' Candies, Nu TLe choicest lo the city. KVKRYTHIXO NE(V. EVEHYTHINO CLEAN. Buy a Weekly Meal Ticket. Give me a Call or Phone 59. Manael Danialate, V a -1 1 i n r ' ' ti A r i n i I p . Cured of Files After 40 years Mr-C Haney, of Geneva, Ohio, bad the i plies for forty years. Doctors and dollars could do him no lastine eood DeWitt's Witch Hazel Halve cured him permanently. Invaluable for cuts burns, bruises, sprains, lacarations' eczema, tetter, alt rheum, and ail other skin diseases. Look for the name De Witt on the package-all others are cheap, worthless counterfeits. Green ville Drug Co. Clark Drug Co. I DOES fTl CAN THE I (J RUN I BEST M2- iANY 14 Memphis & Vicksburg Packet Regular ifir Steamer delta. Leve8Greenuille. going up. everv Wednesday at 12 m. Going down evei-V Sunday at 4 p m. Steamer -3 VICKSBURG Leaves Greeeoville, going np. every Sunday at 12 m. Going down, every Thursday at 4 p m. For freight or passags apply on board or at Greenville Elevajor ED XOWLAXD.Jr.G. F A .1. . Johnson, (in'l Trav.Aat Write lor P Send me your Work. Sa.fcfertinn Guarar' JWILL BUY OLD MACHINERY OR SAVES J.- i H. N. BERRY Tte RIan wtoC MADj STREET, GREENVILLE, 'a Vv.-,... v WWW WW w w - T. 10 GEO. M nviTT u. S. Inspector and Guacer. NEW YORK. ' , ITov. 1 1 i 1901 TcrxTTr-rihl$ ' to certify that I hav inspected i ?il? LIQUOR CO., of Greenville, barrels Old W S. Hume Whisky, made in July ISSi. Signed GEO, hi. PYAlT, In;' nr'i'