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TliE IIviE UKEENViLLfe, MlSMSMl'PJ, SATURDAY JANUAKV, 3, 1903.
ft' : i diw3 Both Useful and Ornamental If you have hot examined our line of fancy goods don'iJ let another day pass without doing so. 0 ir stock is complete and prices reasonable. Cut Glass, Fancy Lamps, -Hand Painted ,Chinarandallr$orts of novelties rem trie: m EAR DWA RE Washington Avenue '."niiaajjaaws1 MSMMSiN TWO INTERESTING LETTERS. (Continued from flint paRP. ) ted ne very mnrh. At yonr request I called the attontiou of the editor of she "Post. " who is a (rood friend of Mine, to Hie remark. about your letter wt explanation to his paper. ' ' He promised me he would look into the natter. The "Pout" published your fetter of which I suppose they mailed you a copy. As to your question of enongh Sea Wand cotton had been planted, will my that two acres of it was sown and I am positively told that 4,000 pounds f seedcotton was gathered. At five pounds of need cotton for one of clean find, which I am informed is the av erage yield, would make 800 pounds tar the two acres, or 400 pounds to the acre, which I consider an extra good result for that kiud of cotton. I do ot think that but one crop of cotton an be made here yearly, with the advantage, however, that after the I On Thursday Master Thomas P. MeMahon, Jr., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. MeMahon, was christened at the MeMahon residence on Broad way, Rev. Qniney Ewiug officiating, and Mrs. E. Metcalfe-Collins and Mr. R. B. MeMahon being god parents. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Levy, of Al giers, La., in mo unco the engagement of their d uighter, Hat tie, to Mr. Karry Calm. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. CuM SsMala In Ent Isrsaibsr t, not. No. M I No. M 4.40pm t. 12pm s.Bpm 4.13pm f.Oipm T.Mpm 8t7pm 2Kpm lUMipin II Supm II ttpm 1.1 tain 4.16am 4.45am t.lfiani 6. Mam .00am 6.S0am 7. Ham t.sSani l.4Vam 10.05am 10.45am 10 Mam 11.45am It. Upm I. loom tODpm! Stations. IfOreenville ar ...Elisabeth.. .. .Indianola. . ...Moarhaad. . ...Its Beoa.. . . Greenwood. . ..Oarrolltoil. . ....Winona... .. . Eupora ... ..West Point. ar Columbus Ir Iv Columbua ar .. . Kennedy. . . , ...Kayella .... Corona . ... arBIrm hiralT No. S5 1 1.45pm 11.11pm lusopm 10. 13pm O.&Vpm H.8pm .07pm (.27pm 7:pm n. I2pm fi tpm .S0pm 4.13pm 4U7pm HOnm No.?" O.tftam 1.1am 7.48am 0.113am e.0Ram 115am 4.15am S.Oaam t4oam l.SSnm IQ.aopaa Train 87 and n aarrv Pullman Klaanln Cftri I baiween Oreentlllo and Birmingham. (C. I me) (K time) 4TOD in gathered the stock can be cut own to about 6 to 8 inohos, which will sprout again, making a heavier Bush with a larger yield. I believe this can be repeated at least four to ve times before it will be necessary to replant. A regards corn, t'o crops can be easily grown from the same piece of JhDd and with proper attention, cul tivation ought to yield at least 20 to 15 barrels of ear corn to the acre. One barrel of ear corn is caculiited to give mie bushel of clean shelled corn. I have been talking to a friend of mine, an American and a Lonisiau ian, who owns a very flue sugar plan tation, at present, uncultivated, about your proposed visit to Cuba in search at health, and also to do some bird hunting. He does not reside on his plantation, but he has a very fine resi- ice on ir, anu ne mm me u win e 8ud JuHa Jol)UBOI1 pleasure tjkayftijtt to give you its I Hospitality. Ifii hs a man in charge df his property, with whom yon can make very reasonable arrangements ftjr board for yourself and friend. This property is finely situated near the sea, abont 40 miles from Havana, and its proprietor assures me that fine port is to be had there both in huut . Sag and fishing. I do not think there , will be any trouble w ith the custom Btnae about your dogs and guns. My associate is well acquainted with all Ifae officials and we will assist you in fasting through without any difficulty. Thero are no organized hhunting afitfitt here as in the states. If you iboide to come over here the cheapest . ante trill beb y the way of New Or leans, from which place you take the , testmship direct to Havana. , j v I bate answered your questions to iJo beet of my knowledge and trust . AejwiUbe tatiafaotory to you. I astnain, Yours very ainereclv, . '0.82 3.45pm 0. I&pm No. 38 A. 10am 8 20mm ll.SOnm I 00pm 13pm II Mpm i.d.iam 0.42am 7.59am 10.15am 12.43pm JMJUpm No.M True to the custom of many years a number of the handsomest and most hospitable homes in this city threw open, their doors for the reception of guests on '"Tew Years evoning. Among those who formally received were Mrs. M. B. Carson, Mrs. Henry Crit tenden and Miss Belle Barley assisted by Mrs. G. B. Alexander, Misses Eleanor Stone, Katie Johnson, Cor nelia Sessions and Lucille Dunn. Mrs. J. E. Negus and Miss Carrie Belle Negns assisted by Mrs. J. H. Wynn, Mrs. K. C. Kretehmar, Mrs. Julian Fort, Misses Ethel Beman, Kate and Susie Ireys, Rtna Holland, Roena Barrie and Sarah S. Walker. Miss Dora Atterbury assisted by Misses Ella Jayue, Lela Jones and Mary Amanda Simth. Mrs. S. P. McCutchetin and Miss Lizzie Harbison assisted by Mrs. H.L. Wetherbee, Misses Mary B. Logan, Innes Starling, Eugenia Campbell, Lady D. Shelto l Aur.ie Mai Magruder and Ida Smytho. Mrs. Win. McCoy end Mifs Blanche Archer asa'sted liv 3!s. Louis Mosby, Mrs J. L. StricLlim 1, Misses Cordelia Bull, Mary Pelhniu Fiulay, Auuie Moore, Charlotte Brandon, Susie and Ireys McCutcheon, Elizabeth Hunt, Alice Greenley and Maria Heusley Starling. Mrs. E.N. Thomas cssisted bv M-s. Tom Hood, Mimes Lollie Bass, and caJX' ?lfi'ua " ! CITATION NOTICE. State of Mississippi : j To Chasv D. Shaw, Chas. D. Shaw, Jr.. Bettie W. Shaw, Mary S. Shaw and Lyman C. Shaw, 712 Polk street, San Francicso, Cali.,and Alice Shaw, 415 West Stafford street, Gennantown, Pa.: You are commanded to appear be- ito6pm i lore the chancery court of the county iaioam 01 washintgon, in said state, on the ' m I first Monday of March, A. D. 1908, to snow cause, any you can, why the final account of Edward K.Thomp son, Administrator' d. b. u. of the estate of Thos.W Wilson, deceased, should not be allowed and approved. T .H. Hood, Clerk. December 18,1902. - I Statioms. 19 nirm'ham.'i Ar Annlalon Ar Atlanta... I.t Atlanta... Ar Chariot ta. Ar Uanfllle Ar fynohuurg..,, Ar Washington .. Ar llaltlmore..., Ar hllurtnlphlu Ar Nnw York Ar nnnton. 4.10pm 6.30pm 10. 15pm 1.00am 0.20am 1.25pm 3.47pm 0.15pm 11.35pm Mum fl. I3am aoopm FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN A larije Uuck Brilliant Stove for store, church or hall. 3 small stoves, 1 Pine Boll Top office desk. Apply In is week at Robinsons Bankrupt Store. No. 3D "Wanlilugura A Southwestern I.lm Itni Solid Pullman Vcallbuled train Atlanta In Ni! Yoik. carrying Pullman Sleeping car llirmlnghmn to Ne York. Dining car east ol Atlanta Pullman Library Observation ourAt lama to New York. Pullman Club car Atlanta to Washington. No M Pullman Drawing room Sleeping cars Ilirmlngbam to Rlckaond and Atliinta to New York. Dining rar Spananburg to Washington. Station. I.v OreenrlMa Ar Itlrmingham l.r Miimlnghain (AO S) .... Ar Chattanooga (A (j. S ) I.? Chattanooga ... Ar Islington .. Ar Cincinnati ... Ar Louisville. .. j No 38 4.40pm 5 40am 6.45am 0 4llum ionium 5. 15pm 7 30pm 8. 15pm No. 30 4. 15am 4 00pm (1.50pm to 30pm 10 40pm nam 8.15am 1035am Ni. s Pullman Meeper Greenville to Bir mingham nml KiiaungLam lo Cincinnati wlth- Lost! Lost! Speckled Pointer dor, fc years old Wh ite dog, black specks and both ears black. Tall, rawboned, long tail. Finder will be rewarded withfloand no questions asked. Come or address Times. btella Hart and several of Miss Mary Thomas' friends, belles of the future, j Misses Nannie Neilson, Seymour I Nance, Hazel Sineeds, Sallio Hunt Mrs. Leon Loeb entertained hand somely yestday afternoon at enehre in honor of her charming guest Mif s Maud Brown, of Vieksburg. The decora tions were exceedingly pretty and ef fective, the colors red and green predominating. During the game punch wss served and at its conclusion appropriate prizes were awarded and a deilciously prepared refreshments was sarved.Mrs. Loeb wore a lovely gown of crepe de chine and Miss Brown Was becomingly gowned in black silk with bodice of exquisite lace. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Hunt enter tained the young ladies and gentle men of their family connections and a few friends at a most delightful . New Years eve party. Stations I.t ftrcr7ivlllo"y." Ar Mlrtnlntiham. I.v HIimliiKham.. Ar Chattanooga.. . Ar Kuotville Ar Asln'ville Ar HiiHioi Ar Wtishlngton. Ar Philadelphia , At New Yoik No. 38 4.40pm 5 40am 5.45am 40am I lllpm 45 m 5- 45pm 0 52am 10. 15am 1243pm No. 38 4. 15am 4.00pm 6.50pm 1030pm 1. 40am 5. 5Ti am 7.00um 9.50pm ZbOum 8. 13am No 38. Pullman Sleeper Greenville to Birm ingham and Birmingham in New York. Cafe Observation car Attalla. Ala., to Hadford. Va. No. l carries Pullmaa Sleeper Birmingham to Chattanooga, connecting at Ctaatlano ga with train carrying Sleeper and Day Coaches I bstinnnoga to Salisbury without change, also hleepei Salisbury to Naw York. Stations. For Sale. The cornfortable and convenient resilience of Mrs. J. Henry Chap HI at 107 North Rrondwiiy. -Centrally located. All modem con veniences. For sale on reasonable lerms. Apply on premises to Mhs. J. Henky Chappeli.. Also a Car Load of Beautiful 'Mantels presents of little use the dollars, if you win, but remember that there's a whole lot of people In the world that appreciate something useful. They wouldn't object to an order on us for a handsome hardwood Fancy ronl Door or some finely carved i m ixewei rosis, or rorcli Trim or Grille Work. These suggest a few of the things you'll nod among our fine stock of - - viVilUIIHUVIIIillll( At prices as Low as Memphis or St Lw yon want anything in Live stock, eotaeiDii., LUMBER. Planters Lumber Co. Long Distance Telephone j No. 201. PHONE 272. R.W.TILFORD I can accommodate alimited number of boarders convenient to Valley denot Nice location. ' Mns. E. W. Baker, '7 Edison street. DrAC.Basslen VETERINARY SURGEON urauuaie 01 the University of Pennsylvania, HAS LOCATED IN GREENVILLE j Office with Cuyton, Shcrrod GET YOUR Drug's AT THE TWIN DRUG STORES. Gbeekvillb, Miss., OoUl Van Vleet Mansfield Dm Dear Sir:-We wal! per I. C.R.K ClarR Drug Co I Gross Dixie Antes, r.-i. I Gross Dixie Cough I Gross Dixie Anteff ' Tbankin? you for iw writer retrarcls to Sw-; We remain, your trnlv, i (JKEEmVILLBK Dlhflaaa nil Ar Aanlsloa,, Ar Atiaota I.r Atlanta...... Ar Maroa Ar Jfwup Ar Jacasoaflllf I.v ioans Ar Rraaaolek . . No H ll.Sbpm twin f Stain No SO 4.10pm laitpm lPB ItMaml I man SS0am SMan rvtarn Ko. 110am SSQam II.Maos Itospia aopas N SS SlMpat kOrailashaaa M Jaakaaavllla, Atlaat w Ja.-ksoa villa. Atlanta to Mrunswlak. No. Mmrriaa fullssaa SlMplaf ar Blmlac kaai to Atlaata Na. W Pnllaiaa SlMptas kiMa Blr- latbaai awl Atlaaks ill tralaa A ma aaMr. ACKEBT. sVaaSthMfM n r W. A. TURIC P. T. M . WaahlTasm. ft C. s. H. HAROWlclt.O.rA.. WaahlasMa. D. ft I I.USK. T) P a . auraitafkaai. Ala. . , t ADDITIONAL" SOCDETT. Xiim Peari Rshe of Lakw- Proti-1 feiK, .rri,eje on Tisi- to her , annts, StesdniT Abe imrt'Satn Blum. f ' .'( Mf. LoiqB . Waldauer was con-,, - frm6d AiB"'niirtiiriJr during the" im- ' -preBOigjW wrvinj jiei'i iu fciio xciajiie 'H'ShrewTTnion! .'7 .. . "v and Mrs. D. F. HnBt hTe' Bored into thler cottage on North Poplar street. t Mrs. E. Metealfe-Coliins' and' her atanghtcr. Mini ' Pricilla, have . w nrnod from a Tisit to Mrs. Waltes Curry in Wett Point, Miss. Mr. and Mr. W. H. L-uvli". t, -rhn - ' 'i r" '!" of Mr. lui'i h. 7''"- age o DO YOU 17AIIT fl-POSITION ? , IN RAILROAD WORK, AS COUUEMUL OMIiATOIt STATION AHNT, OR OPgRATOK. , IP SO, laky 'estrm la tk il3?aireVir faUQltaVni "mim Become -B pvxt eownsretml em saw, atMio . " rn I7b1oti or Postal TalagMak OMrator, rkr iiifsiii : m7 iwi riuua isi uai BTB17 wwrrtCM. IjajsaaiBal lw w9wT than the sujrity. To art giro Uia a4raatat U ta tnat ' i u imuwui in la a laonaH UM IsassBarl mirk Sf!," n cholarshl I. wtthl. tb. r.., U a'uT RMmad by'failroadsand Ulegrapk eoapaalas. Om kutnetkMi anUIWallh. good featnrw of othar UKraph Ivstnsction a4 imbtT MI of onr own of adrastan to tfaa pnptL ' "tbibm rasas PREPARE YOURSELF FOR A SETTER POSITION Toera ar thousands of nlles ol av rallroava bsiar hmlk nnaOln. 1m Mill.. n . ..... vvaag aaiK. dents For full particulars, Address Ts prosarts it American Telegraph College, Every Day Sale! E. G. MARSHALL Style, Assortment and Values unsurpassed. ii j " . "'""v aninmea sbc well ifc , rn.de. vain. fcUO. or bargiin prie. V . nn mstlcbeil handkerehlefW Genls blue ribbed underwear, extra fine quslity, silk trimmed and hand' " meTAflni?1hed-,a "ful" 75cent"ar: ment-our bargain price, each.,.. .... - All linen Dnmaulf t.w.i. - ' AV1 Extra on.Tlr. ;ri "w?j:'"'r'.are none hr," ; " .norae none better at 35c. Our bariain price 2.50 75o; 50c 20c M r I ' PH0NE 79' U eg. Nothing- " - C(ur cures BrlliMt, faW Up-to-Date m ' 1 Stock! ; ; B a i I 0X I ..iff ":M: Mill i i - I , - - , , , . wio. I TIT 1 T'V-I 1 , . r lAt"! "f B"ri alstet- stylish I 71 .i . rrer ) Sasler''1 a r . : . . y,UT brs'ltt prloa , r Extra qaality' Swiss embroidered' " !! pa, Sfland Mc, pu bargal?prlc TC6 & B'e Te1ei ribbons, fast edifes t i I per(.obU.Nos.tl4.-lM. ytti t, raal ral,ue o3o, our .to?riaio prica 1UC JiJil- --hHfi. 1''7 tBnael.' This . VM !i6 h8worta er-our bar- aoiw rica . , , 3W cm -Vr ' See Our Line of Trimmings if' within M ' ,,.in I Csllw'"" i Mtr. ' Uj SIM ' CUT CUSS, :, ' sTtui:' : : f t ai : i a J vi i i , he i-Ti " 'S ;ng ue :-,S iy eei ltu .jir -s. d j tl T de b no1 HI Gl i a d it ap mb en roni kei s 1b cli: me T6 ooi i ii t d lei pr of yorj e G she; the e h the Ed in the a 1 t'or e A le 'I'm m f ' W 'I 4 1 VaC i Portms iz. ms in .h.i.i. r z 6 Valnct St.. Grcsnvf f.7re fff L