THE TIMES GliEENVlLLEE' MISSISIPPI, SATRUDAY MARCH 14. t903 '
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f5ew York Specialists Ma
Wonderful Success in ell i :
Cities in Which They I lav
Offices. Branch Offices U
Meridian, Vicksburd, Nate! vi
j "Mir" yy
,w Jackson Merid-
atchez and Oreen-
fork specialists who have
I in oreenvuw
have hundreds of patients
, ! will gladly refer you
Lndreds of testimonials
Htients, open w
with the best of oommer
M as to their financial
I have over ten thousand
Into in the United States.
,ffices in the different cities
ed States and their offices
.re doing a most success
Everybody who calls to
' w rlim in the highest
irecommend them to their
lir office in Greenvuie was
March 2nd, at a a
I are graduates oi me u
nf the United States
le They are grauuatcn
1.:.- f Kflw York, Bellvue
Uti.nl College, JMew
nf Eidnburg, bcoi
,.itT nf LOUlSVUie, n-y
Threat and IN 086 UOliege
the Columbia UUivresny
L.n n. C.
ve had hospital mf"""
L fllmritv Hospital and
Hosnital, New York
i County Hospital.Ohicago ;
m special diplomas for
ne for Therapeutics and
edica, Bpecial diploma in
diploma on the special use
roscope, one for the diseas
ien, special diploma for the
men and diploma for the
Bees are equiped in every
ie treatment of Chronic and
lort time only they are go
ve three months' services
iin Rxoeirted to all sick
Ied people who call at thier
treatment. They do this to
;ly prove to the publio their
and successful methods in
ad curing Chronic and Spe
es. This offer commences
at 9 a. m. and will last for
i only. Consultation free to
reeklv caper of testimonials
Lratfid in the different parts
inited States. Consultation
m ' rm II
mporium of mwrni
309, 311 Washington Avenue,
We offer for tho publics inspection the most complete line of
Ladies Lace Lisle open Wove Hose ever shown in this city. We de
sire to invite your attention to a regular 50 cent variety tor 6V ents
in many styles and designs . " - . , , .
We also desire ysu to favor us with a visit and examine theaJm
mense line of High art novelty Oxford Vesting, suitable tor bni
Waists and Shirt waist Suits. . ,
We are showing 40 styles tineZephyrin all the newest checks and
stripes, actual valuelOc, for this sale only 8c. ...
Tint vnw vnnir RpmTAT.iST!:
hn hava finwhfid. nremanent offices i
the Phelps buildiir, Grenvilln, are
the recognised expert doctors or tii
South In the treatment of chronic uuA
Bpecial diseases of men, women in t
children. They have large, permitmul
office in the different oities where
they have cured over ten tliousuu4
people whom other doctors had f uU :-l
to cure. The doctors are all gntduni.
nt all the bent medical college
have diplomas at their omoes open to
the Inspection oi all. to verny tm
statement. They are are liceusud f
the Mississippi Btate Board of Hea"
and have recorded their liceutte whl
the circuit clerk and are in everyway
qualified to practice their pruiosKion
THE NEW SPECIALISTS ARE OF
FERING THREE MONTHS'
(medicine excepted) to all cnmi,fc
cases that call at their offices in tte
next few days. They do this m orris
to prove to the general publio t !
advanced scientific methods of curing;
Ohronio and Special Diseases. If yo
are sick and afflicted in any way, caus.
at once and find out your exact condi
tion from a staff of physicians wu
treat nothing but Chronic, Deop-sw-
ed Complications. Dr. Roberts aul
hi assistants will be in charge or im
Greenville office. ,
THE NEW YORK SPECIALISTS
hv been located in Greneville, Mi
for some time and have opened per
manent offices in the Phelp's DuHumg.
"They can refer you to hundreds of i
tients, in the sonth and surrounding
THE NEW YORK SPECIALISTS
who have been located for some tim
4n nnwnville and have hundreds f
patient to whom they will galdly rt-
fer you and have hnnrdeas oi
monials from cured patients oie t.
inspection of all. ,.
CHAS. H AFTER Empotfkttn of Fashion
OF A LOST TOWN
L Ranymede, Kanaai, and
h Abode of Many 1ml-
Cpwboya and Conn-
ttttelt Bad Men.
Lively Placa WhUe It Was
on the Map.
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VNJ J , I Memphis & Vicksburg Packet I tA
A LEGACY OF THE GRIP
Is often a run-down system. Weafc
naam npTTnnKiiPKfl. lack of appetlto.
1 energy and ambition, with disordered
1 livnr and kidnevs often follow an a-
j tack of this wretched disease. T3
greatest need then is jiiecirio u
the splendid tonio, blood purifier aifc
regulator of stomach, liver and
neys. Thouslands have proved tkMl,
they wondrefully ; Btrengthea tte
nerves, build up the system, and as
tore to health,- and good spirits ftw
n attack of grip. Only 80 cents. Per
fect satisfaction guaratneed by A. B.
Iwss a town in Kansas that
it nlace on the maD. It waJ
lunjmede, but it is no more.
Phi nriplnMA Prpsa.
!hflrlpa Atn whn waB foi'm
Ifficer in the British army, re-
jecently to this country ana
1rad of a hunt for lost town
! h told the fallowing story
IIlUKt. flrat. know. S83Q he.
InrTTiAflA woo a iwtmhinlLtion
Jh inexperience, British cred-
ntih monfv. oon6iaerao:o
tsm And n liuHmus attempt
im foolish hopes and foouaa
Immigrant who came from
to Kansas expected to grow
r night and then return to
to live on champagne and
iok iwn rporc tyi wftar off th
Dreak the bank and turn out
Is. Anil Tinm or I should
fjmede howled in the inter-
pnede was created by a north
a agitator named lurniej.
1 lost money in the cotton
in the United States. Hi
i'ard bought 1,700 acres of land
Mrertising in England that h
of a western paradise, wnr
ibird sang in the trees and sil
Jets ran tinkling to the sea.
1500 a year he engaged to
h sons of English gentlemen
steries of successful farming
k raising, provide for their
1 needs and administer 0Mch
oa&l tonics as would enabl
U hold the winning 'bind
er thev miirht hp.
imede. 18 miles nortbwwt of
i in the middle of a boundless
Hh only one tree in sight,
mded as the center of this en
f. nd at Runymede congregate
good soul wno listened to
f to be the greet commercial
N the west. It was with glow
irts that my party of 1 men
hen sailed from England in
j'M, for the new world.
Wious wa v to find agTeabl
?rs t the end of my Journey
:ith fearful eKtrvagnoe, I
I long cablegram to Turnley to
house forthwith and hav
' 7 'or me upon my arnvw.
I reached Ranymede there wn
m in sight, and we were glad,
oisgusted. to find lodging
house, where we braved the
of corn breed and fi bacoa
l n, had eon4deraM
Ron of ii had any financial
wf waited for a miracU
Perform m thai would . tran"
fnrm our arid Home inw -
garden, and the town of un
danced and made m
all the rte dear , -
and dressed in the wonder. 1 ?ar
we hd brought from the Fand
whose white cliffs look " the
channel to Calais. ,WM
"Kans was known as a prohibi
tKrn tte, and one guileless father
thought that Runymede would be the
MiL of his sou. who had acquired
fw thirst for liquor. The lad kept
8 DM .. . Piinvmede and
he trail ui .
Harper and maintained an rrnjr.f
Kansa v livers brought
fnCnymlde went up several degree.
What a. time he had.
peradoes ttat gaze me wa9
and was almost afraia
occasion he PP ,, r and
rtifl.boSomed sh.rt. a eoua
flowing neckt.e, a black ap
cheeked trousers that reach
Ing pumps, a granger
dr kid glove.
rar remote period from the mouth of
A party of timber surveyors investi
gating their way over the rough coun
try south of Nooles pass found within
four feet of the surface human bone
half petrified. They evidently had
lain tn mucn greawr uu,
slon had thinned the crust of earth
we them. The skeletons were In
various postures, as though death had
eome suddenly upon the ancient,
striking them down as they were en
gaged in the daily routine of life. l.ext
the searchers came upon rude spoon
and bowis. They were apparently of
stone but they bore no resemblance
to the Indian relics which the traveler
tees often in that region. Instrument
which perhaps were used as hammer
and -chisels were found. They, too,
were totally unlike the known taple
ments of the Indians. Some of the
stone art icles were of such design that
thev could not be classified at sll.
The snrvevor became cramK-
they had chanced upon relics of a race
that antedated the known Indian ,o
far as to have little in common with
thwas the conviction of the party
that the ruins of a settlement or city,
Laibly engulfed with its inhabitant
bv an eruption of the long ext net vol
' i. K,o-th the lava and can b
reached with comparative ease from
'Statu point, where little lav. r
I. 40b m
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It Columbus ar1
Trains 17 V
n Vnllmao Sleopln Cats
I NO. 38
Ar AnnitUKl. . u..... -At
Atlanta.... (C time
Lt Atlanta.... IE Urn
Ar New York
. av 1 tin. ss
Leaves Greenuille, going up, every
Wednesday at 12 m. Going down every
Sunday at 4 p m.
Leaves Greeenville, going up. every
Sunday at 12 m. Goiog down," every
Thursday at 4 p m.
For freight or passage apply on
board or at Greenville Elevaior
EL) NOWLAND, Jr. G. F. A.
J, Q. Johnson, Gen'l Trav. Agt
Lyne Starling, Ag't Greenville.
No n "Washington soutnwesioro uuu
tJo?; Solid PullmarTVestlbuled train Atlanta
ew York, r7yln Pullman Sleeping oar
Birmingham to New York, Dining oar east ot
Aaanuf Pullman Ubrary Obserration oar A t
Unta New Vork PuSlmao Club oar Atlanta
Ln Wtvshiriarton. .
I No S& Pullman Drawing room
Birmingham to BlcamoDa anu vi.au--
Vnrk Dining car Spartanburg to Washington.
:m7Tm NO. so 1 sxv-
Lt BtrroingbM. (A.O. J-) -
. ... ot an Ancient !
Fonaa i -
Edgar Cox. ip'tSS
Beddtng.C..., after ,
the country -ace brillging a
mile et of tbrrit, cf even
,tory of t crate
deeper interest thn h gre
and the .pring bon
Belda- The Tpeopl d
tople" ffC there
, .tate of cWhsaUo" jf,
many centurie . "d Pompeii
mT b WJ Swm belched In a
tgoeoo rock whicA
WWf'T GO BEHIND RECORDS.
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"Tae: - C-0.r ,o
TjBnport, la., " 'f
Theodore N. Morrtoon, tn a ctroular,
SSf jSl issued to the cl.rgT and,
Iowa Episcopal church,
Jm that hereafter he will not (
aTvorCTca-s. rrced persor-wbo,
ta secured decree on
d but hrfWellty are proWMted
marrying again. Th , Pkctio.
of hearing testimony of
mart of the divorcee who , ha
eTto plead .tatntory ground.
VICKSBURG and GREEN VILE
I PACKET CO.
Carrying t. Mail.
A. f nxlsvlllil.
No. H. Pullman Sleeper OreenTllle to . u.r
mloiham ana Birmingham loCtnoloneii with
""no3 wXllmw 8UlnCr. Birmingham.
Clnoinnatl and i;patanoo
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At New vol a .
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Hay, Oats -Brand
etc Headquarters for Internatiorl and Pratts
J 23 Main Street, - Greenville Miss
JORDAN & COMPANY
608-610 Washington St.,
Greenville, - - " Mhsissippi
8 40am msipm
I 10pm 1.40-im
9 lf,k roUAum
III iSam 160am
tmham an Birmingham to Hew York, tai
JvK.WItoa ear Attalt. Ala. Badlord, Vi
M oetePu 11 m aa Slewper Birmingham
a iooarneottag it Chaltanoora
wlthlTsiPr and Day OoaohM
ch.tiSJioBrt7fub.r wlthowt onaoge. aiao
BELLE OF THE BENDS.
RUTH AND ANNIE LAURIE.
Until further notice the
Steamer Belle ol the Bends
,ni i..avp. everv Monday, inursaay
and Saturday at 3 p. m- for G reenville
Round trip rates to wreenvuie wu
be put ou sale beginning Monday, May
ia.h Fare, including meals and berth,
J4.00 round trip.
Fiist-claBS passenger and frclgnt ac-
kHi.nflv lifrhtAd throughout
with electricity Light in every state
J. J. POWERS, superintendent.
Bt. Lout, Oct. vrHo
.momr the Jtrtrt egimeirt MlsaogH
ce of inability toW
State doeant pay orJ
. . .Dd the crtoro worn",
member n wtth eio
Oon, and may be dloryanietl.
axMeai laxaxir KOlm.
jon. Oc. t-Th. breatog eta
-. attached to I hio6
feet to tbbon- Attwtl--
At Atlanta. .
LT AUanaa-. ......
ro. W K M
11 Kpm IWpm
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AT DTMD,.".' 1 IE
'Na.W Bl-p Blrmlagbaat o J;lllj.
aa Aafrlea i
am to jbtiaoia. ... .
Nat PuUmeo 8Hvw I
BHigbam and Atlanta. .
AH trwioa ma oauy.
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b"L TURK :.V, . .Wahin,a
Marw." inat Out. For
Archer'. Book Store.
Vniina u ViBTehv niven that the
arm of Bowen & Campbell, of Green
ville, Washington oonnty, Miss., na
this day been dissolve by mutual
consent. J.H.Bowen retires from said
firm and the business will be conduct
ed by K. P. Campbell, at ureenvute,
at tA 'atvle of K. P. Campbell,
who firm asenmee all the obligation
of Bowen & Campbell, ana aunr
...a a.1 1L a lha rfAhta nf BoWell &
1S43Q to ..
Dated thi. 8rd day of Febraary, 1908
K. P. Campbell,
. J. H. Bowen.
HENRY T. IREYS, JR.,
Fire, Life, Accident, Plate
Glass and Steam Boiler -
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.JV.II I J nix, Providence Wanhitiittoa, Royal, Souther
Scottish Union & National, Westchester, Hartforu Meam uour
L-xion Gaa rantes & Accident, New York Plate Glas?.
MILLIONS PUT TO WORK.
The wonderful activity of the new
century i shown by an enormous
demand for the world nest workers
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