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f 8 1? ? f ? ? -i :5 8 y y y y y.-y - ? y y y - m riio 'Bis -IPactoirie of the East TDxnlc t - . s . "... .4 :: , if -. v '" ' " i.. ' , v. ' .' '.' At Sarason's Mississippi Store IX!' IX if IV i - IX 1 1 Vhere The A 100 X&u IX .1"-! Go and Seo the Great Bargains Nov Beirn Hifored at Factorv Cost. 1 " 4 ' 4 ' , Xarason's Mississippi Store, I . "I I I Washir DELJA ) F-AHS ELECTRIC LIGHT, POWER ? & MANUFACTURING U COMPANY. I We are prepared to furnish and instal- both DESK and CEILING FANS at the f lowest possible price, and supply to all f our patrons current at reasouable rates y under contract for the season. . To KeepXool t At your place of business, or at home ' during the hot weather, supply yourself i with one of our fans no brushes to get i out of order or wear out, no repairs re- I quired and will last a lite time --No extra charge for installation. 1 Fans 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 andManu factoring Company. Hotel Cowan Building. FANS . Dealer in . . - tfqoofs, Cigars and Tofcacco . Gllvan-The Best t Special Good Liquors for Use and the lag trade. a & Kennedy's Old Stand) .'ashlagton Avenue LLE, MISSISSIPPI CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH FEtllYROYAL PIL'IS Hmfr. Alw'j 'i-llable. tMdlru, k Ir stot tot IIKHF.Tl:kH ENUI.INll In Bd and Uold r.elolhc boiea, tested with blaj ribbon. TaaeHalker. Kefaa 3nr mu bt I laljluaa Imitation. of your Druggist, nr nd 4e. In stampa for Prtt-ulnr. Teatl moalala and " HrMrt far Idadlra," in Inter, .y rflHrn 79mil lo.Avo Teatlinnnial - HOit ill lirumrlata. OBtCHBSVBB OHBMI. 1 . -J. 1IM IbalMl rillLA MbO &Ua aarr -. Mr-- j It's Like Btiying a Govcf nmcnt Bond. when you buy our lumber a sore thing. We pride ourselves on quality and reliability. These, with promptness in tilling orders, constitute our best business assets. And they bring us trade. If you need anything in tl oroughly sea soned lumber, we can supply it OQ short notice, lowest prices. J. J. HARTY, 215 Hinds St. Greenville, Miss VICKSEURO and GREEN VILE - PACKET CO. 7 ' ' Carrying U S. Mail. " Steamers . BELIE OF THE BENDS. RUTH AND ANNIE LAURIE.' " For Greenville. JEK Until further notice the JMjjffSag Steamer Belle of the Bends will leave every Monday, Thursday and Saturday at 3 p. m- for Greerville. Bound trip rates to Greenville will be put on sale beginning Monday, May lilth. Fare, including meals and berth, W.oO round trip. First-class passenger and freight ac commodations. Boats brilliantly lighted throughout with electricity Light in every state room. Cuisine unsurpassed. J. J. POWERS, Superintendent. FOR KECNT. t00 acres of Hen Hur Planta tion, thoroughly ditched, hij.'ii bottom Innd.-, with store anl buildings. .Traversed by the Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Rail road, three miles below- Raton Rogue. Cultivated in cane, cot ton, corn and pens. Pre-eminent ly suited for cnltkution in cotton. Apply to A. Adler it t o.. 'x 11. New Orleans, La. ' 2i ReaCcnye Greenville Times is ah"6TlVKA2B its cr r t ft i' , America's Famous Bounties. Look with horror on Skin Kruptione. Bloiehes, Sores, Pimples. They don't have them, nor will any one, who uses Buckln' Arnie Salve, It "g1(irtf!r the face. Ei-ssema or Sail .Ulieuni van- , h before H. tt ":''J .tips phtii--' l' NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS. TW' liociku Hie now iikc for the col- -leelit.11 ol Siale, . LdhuIv ttn(J C.ev taxe- "i.l y,tti' attention' is called - 1 he fi Itowini; eri iMit: :- " -t..,..;,-' -Annotated C.uitf - pH.a'o u..A. B, fiul-iy !c ( o' ! " '' -v - ' -nv per-- FOILS A DEADLY ATTACK. "My wife was so ill that good phy sicians were nimble to help her," writes 51. M. Austin, of Winchester, Iml,"lmt wan completely cured by Dr. King's New LLife Pills." They work wonders in stomach and liver troub les. Cure constipation mid sick lieurl ache. 25e at B. D. Fiualy's. The Christian Citizen By REV. G. CAMPBELL MORGAN. Leader in the Northfield Extension Work. rl Druar stdi a. Dunlapnats, latest fall xtiii,cs, ii Mvw ,.,, ,.. -y iH. t, 1 fa'ooivul Rr.1 Urili ''"" '" " '' ' 1 V.. d.l ihi' le: (j, ) u- ' m;":: ti l p:tit -of ahI ' v'ii'"ii in .nft .rr ciMtit.tHitU ' III lllt-e p vc..'.; ). till' CDIIIlty. i. in i. win -hall I, hi, h erui't diioiv .1 it I lie it.llr.'ii r Ii .i i t 1 e allowert ut ' CiilU el.iml in n ii in , :., , ii luii u tb I ii x-m u i ' liei'i.fsiiry ex i: -x of reiu v-; ing ni.il kiTiiiu j ,,; i- ri,.), rtv nis- - - . - . i train,. d.' r-::- Vlaw on Ambition and Dvs- . "V"11'" I"'1' "" ,! '""' ft'--r Eunono - Field's NOTICE. The feed business of L. A. Willielm will be coutiuued from this date on in the name of Geogre Willielm, 'Agent. L. A. Willielm. Dec. 8th, 11K)2. , - THE OLD RELIABLE v nrrn Absolutely Pure THESE IS KO SUBSTITUTE Whatever of Christian energy a man may pos sess, the world still stands in need of. To the man that says: "I take no interest in civic life, I atn dead to the world," my reply is: "If you are dead to the world, then you would better be buried." We want no dead-to-the-world Christians. We want real, live, earnest, active believers in and fol lowers of the principles of Christianity. Those old Puritans, who saved England and made you. carried their religion into t heir daily lives, and they estab lished on. a-firm foundation the state that to-day you call your country a country the thought of which must arouso in the soul of each of her citizens, unless the soul he dead, 'the ton.lv t emotions. . Though those Puritans arc judged to have been -stern and pr diced in their Christianity, vet we grant tliev bunded well. Jo-iuv, that old zeal and steadfastness is needed in public life, ar.d the du'y oj" each citizen lies plainly before him. The country stands in need of the aid that every right-minded, intelligent citizen has it within bi n to f.ive. CHRISTIAN MEN AND WOMEN SHOULD GET T HUM IT ER AND SHOULD ORGANIZE FOR THE FURTHERING OF RIGHTEOUS GOVERNMENT. In each community, if there b:.rel a band of workers bent on the conscientious carrying out i ju-it laws, a national conscience eventually would become recognized. I t each community. such a company of workers is needed, and will Ik- -o long as there is war to fight, so long as the drink evil exists, so long as immorality flaunts itself, so long as the god of mammon reigns n men's hearts. . . -.. ,,,. So long as war devastates, you should take your place in the ranks of those that stand for peace. So long as drunkenness reels upon your streets or hides behind saloon doors, you cannot afford to lw "dead to the world." So long as the gambler plies his trade and. conn pis youth with' the habit ahnost as hard to break as the one of intemperance, you must not be "dead to the world." So long as woman's purity is assailed, you cannot be so cowardly as to be "dead to the world.". So long as dishonesty and incompetency hold swav in the administration of public affairs, YOU MUST AWAKE AND DO YOUR DUTY AS CIT IZEN. Pliny, the younger, in. writing to the emperor concerning the early Christians, described them as people who sang hymns about Jesus and paid the taxes. That is not a bad" ideal. There are people that pay their taxes but neglect the hymns, and these do not ampeal as models ; then there are some singers of hymns that neglect the taxes, and these also fail as examples. This is a happy coinbinai ion TO . SING HYMNS AND j PAY TAXES. pepsia. "Dyspepsis,," wrote Eugene Field, I "often incapacitates a man for endeavoi aid sometimes extinguishes the fire of snbition." Though great despite his I t jmplaint Field suffered from indlges I : ion 11 his life. A weak, tired stomach can't digest your food. It needs ' rest. You can only rest it by the use of a preparation like Kodol, which re lieves it of work by digesting your food. Uest soon restores it to its normal tone. Strengthening, Satisfying, 1 Envlgoratlng. Prepared only by E. O. DeWitt & Co., liK'auu 'iu $U bottle COUUlitM HSi tluius tlie S. alua ii- C"i)i!i r I!u2. n nil Oct II eol eif . Suction -N. I the l.",t fur eaeh 2-'l." The i Uiw rfuliuiiii will b eouiilii-.iJ lo tli ! t'er. in, d ull recipts rti iii mi ii"i i ;. 4 -stuill be i iv ii'tt .i0 nther lleil euen -; - .,V. S. HUNT, ' Khei iil ml Tax ('(illeetiir i,f Washing ton. I'llm v. '. .. -.,' .. : -,1". M.,li KV Mll.I.Kl?. .,, . Il'-pnrv htieril). A'i A l'.ARti i. -Tim E.lu i. m me in iviee iinck addit i inn Appl ' 'n Fvkhman it Stomc. ! Wails foundry & Machine Shop 1 fitted up tolo any kind of IJirl'c.nTwU. . . Moulding. If you wlii.t to buy ..i o--r ,U,"" ; a and etc,, phone, wire, or write me ". -. .v , : v you money. " , v V" phone oo WALLS' FaUNDRY, Xi!" oooooooooooooooooooc oooex?ooQoeoocKX5oxxcj.' SOMMER BROS., Funeral Directors and embalmers. Wecarry eve t'.ing ou may need n this line. Aho rranuf 'cf-.-rc. Tanks and turn out .-" Kinds' cf Woorl work. res ted on Aaintroei ". tlci.h-.nc4. -