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THIS TIMES: GREENVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. BATUKDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1902.
TUB NEW BABY. Tea, Vrt got a little brother, J Tew aKed to haa him, outlier, Bat he's here. : , They jurt weut away and bought him, Awl, lt wwk, the doctor brought . ' Mm,'" ;" - . . Weren't that queer? lFlten I heard the new from Molly, Why,-1 thonnght ut flint tvu Jolly, IJ "Cause you we, , ' I a'puaM I could og and get him And then mamma, count, woulld let him . , ; Play with m. But wbtu hud rtiu-e looked at him. ;"Why," say. I"Grcat snakes, in that him? r ' i JuM that mite?" They said, "Y," B1,d "Ain't h cuuniu?" And I thought they must be fnuuiii ' j He'a a Night ! , He's ho small it' juxt ainaziu', , ( And you thiulc that he wan hhmiu', j y : He k red. .And his now in like a berry, And he's bald ax I'ucle Jerry; ' ' I ; On hi head. Why, he isn't worth a brick, (AU he does is cry mid kiek, : He can't htop. ..Won't sit up, yon rau't arrange him I don't see why jw don't change him At the shop. ' Jfow, we're gut to dn-m and feed Iiim, iAnd we really didn't need him , More'n a frog; , Why'd they bay a baby brother ; .When they know I'd good deal rather ', Hae a dog ? """ KaUMU Farmer. . AT THE START. Touug man , ' What is your plan Of progress? Are yon v ' Going to pull throngh? Or will you lie down in the road And let your load Sink out of night In the mud Hare you white Blood And pale That curdles at the hard word "Fail And dare not face The chanche of 'the race? Or, have you red, clear red, . The good strong color AH the great hare shed In deed or thought ... For oTtry triumph wrought Out of what seemed full Of the impossible? Have you the nerve To nerve , ? Until you can be master ? t Towait And work outside the gate Until you win The strength to open it and enter in ? wave you the heart to meet Defeat Day after day, -And yet hold to the way ': That upward lead, And must needs Be hard and rough . .. To make the man tough Of sinew and bouI, v ' Before he sees the goal ; So, when it is attained, -He shall have strength to hold What he has gained, And to use it so That it to greater good shall grow? Toting man Think on these things. . What each one brings Is as you choose it; You may take The stake - Or you may lose it. Btart in To win And keep straight in the way, Unflagging to the end; i, Whatever it may be lt victory. , . William 3. Lampton, ia December "ONLY A PBINTKB.", "He is only a winter." was tli ' sneering remark made by the leader or a circle of aristocracy of the cod fish variety. Who was Earl Stanhope? He was a printer. Who were Prince William and Prince Napoleon? They were proua to can themselves printers The present Caar of Russia and th Bake of Edinburg are printers, and tne junperor of China works in a pri vate printing office every day. Win Carton, O. P. Harris, N. P. Willis, James Gale, Charley Richardson, Horace Oreely, Charles Dickens, Schuyler Colfax, Mark Twain, Sena tor Plumb, of Kansas, and J. 8. Hogg, of Tezas, are printers. The leader of science and philosophy boasted in his day that he was a "tourirt" printer. In fact thousands of the motit brilliant minds, are found in the publishing houses. Not every one can become a printer brains are absolutely necessary. Exchange. 0 I IS-pOfSOIII PEOPLE! READ, STUDY AND REASON WITH YOURSELF ale for Mmm MIU lul iwwwi""'- , m luiTu vmiDQCi r I IIH I (f 0v IS) JiBi if Is JTli r tt Examine the Mammoth Stock of WASHINGTON C0UiTy TheClarion-Le,, ,..i inuj Mr j of HoUandale, Washing,' Miss., raised on hi. " flue as grown anywhere ? has six hundred pecHu tn, , them ten vmn . gets bushels of uutg also ha. some that are beginning t0 b.r ' these yonng troes some of ti were takne. He iutnd ,1 ' na exhibit fur .-..,.. lr . Louis, and it will be , grows as good poems , , ' " KsWflssWsssaftlssWH I VZJr- JJ 309 & 311 Washington Ave, mi if ir as k ii nil j v w Greenville, Miss, Read and Icarn what he offers as a Christmas Bargain. Here you can find the choicest and largest stoc of goods ever exhibited in this section of this great State. Look at the remarkable values he offers at this grea Christmas bargain sale. Read this entire circular and you can readily discover the great inducements which are open for all the people. If you want to buy your mother, father, sister, brother or some one else for whom you show affection a useful present look at Hafter's display. Christmas! (1902 Greetings! We have always striven to eive the people more for their money than they ever obtained. Sometimes they tell us we are only 25cts a yaracneaper loan our neighbor. We consider that such a saving is considerable to too ouyer and wnue we may not gain the people's pa tronage we can at least feel assured that "we are offering them suf ficient inducements to obtain the same. Do VOIl WAnt to hllV A flhriwtmfls orift? T.fiilr at thn ni-ir nn nm. . brellas. Never sold by any house in the United states at a lower' ihicb iuau js.uu w w.au. vv in oe soiu at tnis sale ior fi.oo. oo umbrellas worth at the lowest prico $5.00: will be sold as 3.50. oBveu-uuiy ana nine (loimr urn Dreiias win oe sold at nve d Ulars. Ten and twelvn and a half ilnllnr nmhrnllaa nrill Ko cnA at uiv tiff tr Fifteen and eighteen dollar umbrellas will be sold at eight and a half. vv e want lo give you something to talk about. IJo you want to buy Kid Gloves? Look at the serviceable Kid Uloves in all colors for one dollar. Look at the best La Franco Kid Olovfts at lfl5o. Do you want to buy Hankerchiefs? Pure linen hankerchiefs in D lain and embroidery onlv 5r Trtnk at. thn vtra fi nan Kerchiefs at 10c Lrfinir at thn hnrmiina in nnro liriAn amlipniilii.. ed hankerchiefs. worth 20 for 19 l.f! ih I jfVifr at f ha i-iarnritine in 1 J. 1 1 II .sa n v . . pure uneii emoroiaered nanKercDieig wortn uc for zoc. lxok at the IkAn..!.- 1 I! 1 1 II S . .1 . uurifaius in iiura iinnu Hinn rai n a r a. i nantrarnniArd arnpr.it mi Look At thft hftrcrflinft in 11 urn linan Am Krti4itAf VionIrAitkiAa wnt.tr t1 CS J s Za V a.H w .... . .. . . ... i.zj ana si.uu Tor Air lannir r. rnn ninrh Apr nnva tv hanb-aT-hif- U6 fii.w, w,ao, fl.OU, JI.D, f2.UU, f2.25, f2.D0 ami $3.00. Do VOll Want to hnr ftnrthmor'in hlnrV ai'llr? wKnf HfAP is doin in the way of offering bargains An all silk black satin DlinhnaoA Piftn oMnallir ornpfk TKn m all aflfr K!saI Aan rk.aMkA.A vw w v-wj va m fWa. Wit DXIslk VIMiA BOfalW AUVUOOOV extra wide 75c actually worth a dollar. $1.15 yard wide black Taf- taim oillr of Uia ml. OA. S1 OR ,A Ul 1- T-CtL- ..II. i iL? b -uta mi. wv. v.u vaiu vviuu uiavn. isucw sua aa tnis 1 .1 A . Q r 1 . i i n . ... . . . 1 - n saw ai.uj yaru wiae oiacit xaneia, siik at mis sale $l.zo. 11.50 yard wide guaranteed Taffeta silk at this sale 1.15. $1.25 black Pean De Lace silk at this sale 90c. $1 50 black Pean De Soie silk at this sale $1.00. $1.75 black Pean De Lace silk at this sale $1.25, Black, Cream Colore.1, Pink, Blue, Yellow, Kose, Grey, Ca nary, Turquoise, Reseda and White Crepe De Chine worth one dol lar will be sold at 75c. Do yon want to bny anything in black dress goods? If so look what Hafter ia offering at a bargain. Never have you bought black dress goods at such a low price. 75c black dress goods for , 50c One dollar black dress goods for 75. $1.25 black dress goods for one dollar. Double width Crepa De Chines wash $1.50 will be sold for one dollar. $1.75 black dress goods for $1.25. $2.25 figured black Crepe Aeolian cloth for one fifty. $2.25 plain black Aeolian cloth for one dol'ar and fifty cents. Hosiery cheaper and better than ever before shown for the money. Here Is your chance to secure extra good bargains. Go Tjj HAFTER'S For the Queen Quality Shoes! Look at the marvelous values in tailor made suits. Never have you had an opportunity of securing such values. We have cut the price lo such an extent which must convince all buyers that they are obtaining remarkable values. Look at the great cut in the price of "Monte Carlo." We have cut the price to such an extent as to make it an obiect for buyers to examins the styles and values we offer. Silk Monte Carlos worth twenty dollars for thirteen and a half. Pean De Hoie silk Monte Carlos worth twenty-two fifty for fifteen and a half dollars. Twelve and a half dollar Monte Carlos for nine. Fifteen dollar Monte Carlos for eleven. Thirteen and a half dollar Monte Carlos for ten Fif. teen and a half dollar Monte Carlos for twelve and a half. 20-dollar Monte Carlos for $14.00. 22-dollar Monte Carlos for 815.00. Su.rhil. dollar Monte Carlos for $18 00. Look at the wonderful values we offer in table linen and tnwola 50c table linen for 39c: 60c table linen for45e: 75c tahln linen 1W sfin- $1.00 table linen for 75c: $1 25 and1.50 table linen fur T fhillm" 9 1 .A yards wide table linen the widest linen ever offered for sale in this market worth $1.75 for 1 dollar and 5c. 12 1-2 cent towels for 8c 20c towels for 15c: 16c towels for 12 1-2 cts: 35c towela fnr QSn. 9S towels for 18c. ' Look at the creat hnrorninn vtra aro nfforinn in u..i: o i. n Portiers for 2 dollars: 4 and onn-half rlnllnr Pnrfinna 4sa A -1 .-1 1 . ft dollar Portiers 5 dollars; 9 dollar Portiers for 3 dollars; 10 dollar rui uers ior aoiiars. Look at the Creat harornina i lace curtains for 1 dollar; 2 dollar lace curtains for 1 fifty 2 1-2 dollar lace curtains for 1 dollar and 7u. a vL a , dollar laca curtains for 2 1-2 dn kra-s ,ii0 i- i dollars. """" ,Ki0 uuiiaiDs ior s Look at the tinecial mil tirino nn Inn. .. i . nr r .7. r"vu.m xicvei uave ou seen furs so cheap. We are selling furs at actual house coat. 3 " Look at the srvwinl xt l , r uu iikucs auu cuiiuren 8 UnderwAnr Never have vou bought th mwi. c -v. c , . uuurwear. 37c:75cshirtaandnant Sh.?7;n f P 1 dollar and 50c BU 1 d"ar; 8do"" suits White bed spreads 1 dollar and 50c; fringed bed snr.i i dollar; 2 and 25c fringed bed spreads 1 doj a& 10c-Idrflr tl 1 ed bed spreads for 2 dollars and 25c; 5 doUu Baiine? cut Zr bed snreads for 3 U in .ni kw. tjHer r cut corner Look at the for ?,.; 2 d.l, iSTK-SK.' ' ' Dianiceu at actual wholesale prices. Dea Go To AFTER'S Fo, Men's Qothtag and Underwear! CONVICT AFPirs A committee com1101(od o Lougiuot May and MeOhw , lK)iuted to invehtiKnte tlie I T found t'MHower co; jury .KainBt Dr. Backstiri, J' him with beiui? rou,...,,. "u death of aconvlrt named Jojlp Dr. Bafckstrom fllod , "uG the., Ward ' demanding Vu ' tiou, lv CoiiimiKKiniiup r i a i -----v luiwmd t). had Ulll(d Sfiroo.i... nj. ' of the Sunflower farm to mocw , geantNoah, who skipped 'the , after shootiug-JIr. Tom Dent action was ratined.-ciario,,. ' JIM LANIER'PARD0NED A Very Pathetic Scene ftt s t !'- Peuiteutiary, t Governor I. midlist pardon to Jim Lauier, tlie mm I ing a life sentence from s county for the murdnr nf Lanier was sent, r.n ill 1898. and xtraa nn .1 sanity when the pardon Vlt "'n."" iiuuier was pe, urging the governor to extends tive clemency, and it was in " to her heart-rending appeal,', governor ordered Mm ... -v.vaflB $ ! convict. The scene at the TUIlilu.lI.. r "'rouiian Mrs. Lanier mnnli n. mis prison ii bearing the papers for the Km her son was a pathetic one. She ' run with .tottering steps all ilr from tlie so out of breath that -i wuiu SI state ner mission. When Lanier was bronght iB(0 ( prison office the weeping t clasped, him in her arms and bf the officials and guards to join lie' praying that he would be i !. man. The couple left on tlie a noon train for Vicksbnrg.-Clr Ledgen . 1 Montgomery & Stone. Livcfy, Feed and Sale Stables. We have just received several fine Kentucky Saddle H'.rses 4 to 6 years o.'d. After 20th of September we w;!! have a fine lot of Mfes and Driving Horses. V.'e bought a car of buggies and intend to sell same at coA, put in barn, as we don't care to go in the vehicle i usines - . - : " : -. . - Mention the Times. ID I f m i S nmzsi per I iCIBii-rt. TOOTHSOME . TIDBITS. Our shelves are laden 'with pal ate pleasing delicacies at. pocket- pleasing prices crackers, wafers, biscuit, canned and bottled goods, imported and of American manu facture, vie with each other in at ractingyour attention and trial. The list would till a catalogue-- WANT TO BUYF0I Soot Gasli According to the Cotton 'fi SUB renort ohtninorl a. - ii.i UK p:. ners bv sneninl rnnriom ..,;, ed by the .U. 8. Census Burentn to October 18 for the State of J! sissippi, we find that we have ned 559.126 bales 4.083 ported, and it is estimated tl this is lfiHS than liolf tl,a . . .....A .rue wn;. For the entire Cotton States 5 925.872 than half ginned. New Orb. Daily States. COURTSHIP IN CHICAGO, "But how can yon be certain tl;' yon love me? she asked, m Ik finally got away from th crowd, n were sore that nobody oonld oreife them, says the Chicago Record-Hen' Darling r he exclaimed. 'Iiw e you ask me that? Do yoi Me re stars? 'Yes.' she whisnered. Derm;!' him to draw her a littlle clow him. 'How SDlendid therieem!' How can I be sura they ste il ' n? I know they are. In the way I know that I love neTer loved before as I eta ) love again.' 'But. ' she anawArad. aflr te long sigh, we are not tmn-lbtt stars are abore us. They mj t ally below as. The earth ii ing in space, and we 'V Ah, my sweet one. ' he intern: 'nevermind tha stars. Tmfc" got a divorce last week, don't ywf Yes, she murmured. snwiKii!'.!!' a little closer. 'And w knnw tht. mn'm ffs! ( coming in a day or two don't ?' un, my love.' she said, trembing so. But I'm glsd. T are thinm wa are snrn of. Iss' Judge on the car this afternooi flirted with him all the wsj town. We shall be so hspr?, ' we dearest?' His head was bent down" Their faces were very urn ' gether. But let us turn fro" ' sacred scene. -v o20, two or! re roorr small houses, m part )f city. CHURCH and SH ELTON The GO TIE G -HOLESALE GROCERS . . . Headqcattcrs for . AND TIES TELEPHONE N0; J7. ' 702, 704, 706 WasElaoa Arena. GREENVILLE, .