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!295 Was the Number to Win the Dollar inVast Week's Times. Who has it? Watch Crawford Grocery Co's.
THE GREENVILLE HFIMEB. mm C 4 ' " i i. ' . , ' ' " i. i' -' - J L 1 REENVUJLE, MISS., SATURDAY. JULY J5, 1903. f FOR BALTIMORE, Famous lyreenvme Organization, Elk COTTON PICKERS," pr Baltimore Tomorrow Morning SpcIal Cw,"'The Dixie." Better $ . .j J Clrnnorr Than Ever. jiiippw o- ' "Cotton Pickers" will bid U to Dixie tomorrow, leaving Si Yazoo and Mississippi Valley 'i for Baltimore, via Mom ind Louisville. All arrange I for their Baltimore trip have lompleted, and tonight they are i their private car, "The i nd baggage ooach ahead 'heir personal trappings and louveuirs. The baggage oar ntain besides three large 600 'of cotton, home made cotton , wagons, bois of real cotton stalks of cotton and 30,000 min fcotton bales besies the trunks "ises of the "Pickers." jot fifty Elks will leave iob will carry a miniature cot Is grip- The badges they will til year are both artistic and They consist of a purple rib M inches. On the ribbons are i in gilt letters the words, Ootton Pickers Lodge, No. 148, Yille, Miss.", The ribbons are A on the lpel of the Mat by a nen eotton boll with picanin M popping out of the fleecy front platform of the coach filled with all kinds of re lents contributed by the mer I while the ice plant will furn t ice to keep these refreshments Thil arrangement will save itherwise necessary to stop any - for water. These cooling bev l will be in charge of ''Happy a real Southern coon and the it cake walking artist on earth Along each aide of the ooaoh reamers will be fastened bear a.words, "The Cotton Pickers, rille, Miss. No. 148." arriving in Baltimore the"Cot okers" will adorn their fatigue inn, consisting of white pants, iHjhirts and white oaps with Viands bearing the words "Cot ?ickers" in silver letters. They be met at the train at Baltimore reception comittee of Elks with Mband.and headed by their ele I banner will march from the I to the Elks' hall to register, rom there to the St. James' hotel fe they have engaged rooms. erer before in the history of 'amoQS Elks' organization were 'tetter equipped to compete for a ) than this year, and if, with "Cotton Picker" paraphanalia of lnwt two years they won there is no doubt that this the large organization they have keoff the Southern negro and Jiome, they are bound to win the I. The "Cotton Pickers" leave rrow with the best wishes of No. 150 strong, joined in by the en oitizenriliip of the most enterpris city in Mississipi, .the Queen City p Delta. - . - , peaking about the Elks' reunion Jioore the St Louis. Globe-Demo-Jsayg: H greatest" fiidpost Successful "en in tlie history of the Benevo Jd Protective Order of Elks will s flaoe in Baltimore next week. Mil sections of the Union mem I the order will flock to the ijnental City, and the surprises rs in store' for them' will be i remembered. One of the most at ir features of the reunion will " lavish illumination of the j after nightfall. Baltimore en- Jlie reputation of being one of 'W lighted cities in the country, !city counil has set aside an ap 'Horn of $85,000 for speoial and orate, designs. The big city hall blaze of glory, the famous nti of the city, and there are mber of them will be itrung with We ligths from top to bottom, gi 'J' arches of graceful, appropriate itecture will span the principal b. the old shot tower, one of the unique buildings in the world, I pillar of light. Baltimore Charles street, Mount Royal and the many bridges, the II historic Jones falls will rival ! Boouday un,, while powerful lights will be mounted on all jigher altitudes of the oity. In " to that the merchants of the lve caught the spiirt of the i4 thflir urosperong establish. : ill be naiidsoniely decorated Mililantly lighted. " street parade on Wednesday, ' 32, promises to be one of the ' pectaonlai ud futereeting ' ever ' i" Bltiraore. The great diver- ' fu f"; '"''Tfsrhe. brij-- of' fii8 iusljrma thtfi virions lnrl tyim mnA il. - uu preBeuoe of every ubuq m Baltimore and .. BWU lu nuuiuion to tiie scores oi muBical organizations from all points of the compass will combine to make this feature of the conven tion an event that will be ineffacable in the memory of those fortunate to witness it. Tliere will be hundreds of lodges represented, and each will be distinguished by some interesting feature to represent industry or an tique customs. The crab feast at Tolchester Beach will be au attractive feature. Pre parations have been made to fued 10,000 porsons, and crabs and other sea food in every couoeivable form will be served up in souvenir ladles, and thousands of souvenir spoons have been ordered, so that every lady pres ent may receive one. The twentv- flve huge cauldrons will be attendad by a like number of old typical col ored "mammies," surrounded by lit tle pickaninnies. GLEN ALLEN OIL MILL. Election of Director and Offi cers for the Ensuing Year. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Glen Alen oil mill held in the o ompany's office in Glen Allen on the 14th inst., the following officers and directors were re-elcted for the ensuing year: P. L. Mann president; H. E. Berwick, vice presi dent ; T C Holliday secretary and tre asurer ; R V Garner manager : direc tors; P. L. Mann, H. E. Barwick, Chas. McGinuis J. F. Dinkins, S. M. Spencer, R. V. Garner and J. B. Nor man. The Glen Alen mill has just passed its first mile post and its officers and directors have reason to feel proud of the success the mill has accomplished The gentlemen composing its manage ment are all business men of ability and stabillity, and under their- eon. tinned direction, further success is assured. Col. I. H. Newman is over from Pine Bluff to remain until Mr. Will Newman re torus from Baltimore. The Fountain Fund is Assum ing Large Proportions. VERY CLEVER DETECTIVES. FOUNTAIN. The Elks' fountain fund still grows Every Elk is enthusiastic over ,its erection and wants to see the finest fountain erected tiiat money can buy. Mr. Joe Silverstein, who took upon himself the task of raising the money, has met with great success as the growing hat proves. During the next two weeks he hopes to see the balance of the Elks and all citizens who will contribute when a commite tee will be selected and the fountain ordered. Below is the amount raisod up to date. Amount last published t 325 00 M. A. Bergman J. Mayor. . , Sol Brill E. H. Wolf M. P. Yerger C. A. Moore Bill Huff LeRoy Peroy 5 Sigum Alen 3 Jno. D. Gaboury S 5 60 2 60 6 00 3 60 2 50 2 50 2 00 00 50 00 J. M. Jayne. J. F. Barnes A. J. Aron. . J. C. Greenley 5 00 W. F. Dunn 2 00 A. G. Payne 5 00 M. O. Shivers B. V. Pepperman .......... 2 R. W. Wilson 3 Cahs. Jordan ...... E. R. Wortham.... Sam Montgomery. . W. E.r Gildart.... 1- 2 50 3 50 2 00 3 00 50 50 3 50 2 50 3 00 5 00 Total 295 00 5 LOOK Sold JULY 1 6. A The Old Presbyterian i enure n sue Corner Lot, 90 by J50 Feet, IN THE PARK. .I Walnut Street In To Be Pared And Walnut Street property T from Main, South U o'hc"' Depot Is bound to come In to de- . mand. A reeent puh9e 1 Sue "of our substantial business mail insure, the ' wiMIng of f 5 74 feet ad oinine " A hrlck buildings in rear of Lake T d of fee twS remaining vacant j properties, ; 39 lect front by ISO feet deep, cornering full length on an alley. A Bare Bargain. T IIP Telephone 89. V ! Where is He? There is great need of a personal inspection by the oity heath officer of every yard, clueet and stable in Greenville. There are some private premises In the heart of the city; that smell loud and long. Spirit Health officer aid, you say, Brother Ward? Have we got one? r It sov he must have laid off. '?S1 be would do something to relieve' the tax 'pay ers of the awful stinks right in the heart of the city. '" n Subscriber. Mr. J. W. Webb agent of the Southern railroad, deserves much credit for the imprvoement he had the railroad make in their passengir depot and its approach. Mr. Webb is wideawake to the interests of the city as well as the road and the travelling publio are all singing his praise. If the Southern officials will listen to Mr. Webb as to the needs and man agement of this end of the line, the road will get moie business in and out of Greenville. SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT Policemen Wells and Millette Tracked Negro Thief EARLY THURSDAY MORNING. The JNejro was Chucd to WinUrville Where He was Caught With Stolen Shoe la Hit PoiuMion. ' Of the King's Daughters and Sons Circle, No. 2." TREASURER'S REPORT. Fnllnwlnor is the semi-annual re port ! of the Kings' Daughters and Sons Circle, No 2: ' BUILDING FUND. Receipts. Cash on ' hand Jan. 29 12900 00 From Democrat edition . . From Athletic Ass'n. . . . From Landau House . . . . From Barbecue ........ From Lunoheon From Donation ........ 18 20 15 00 . 18 00 947 09 82 60 : 5 00 A clever piece of deteotive or polic work was accomplished last Thurs day morning by Polioemen Wells and Millette. A suspicious looking negro was seen on the levee with a girl abont midnight, and on making the rounds of their beats abont 2 am, they discovered the door of a shoe shop on Washington avenue open and some shoes missing. On further ex amination they diaooverd where the thief tried to effeo; an entrance into other houses. The negro was at once suspicioned and the dogs sent for, but on arrival they failed to take np the tratck' Poiceman Wells and Milette then mounted horses and took tip the trail of the negro, and near the big Black bridge, this side of Winterville, they got a glimpse of their loan, who also Total 18980 89 Disbursements. Cash for Building Site.... 11250 00 Balance on hand 8730 89 Total.... OKJNEKAlj UJMU. y Receipt). f Cash on Hand Jan. 29 fM 56 Dues 254 80 Back Dues.. : 18 65 Pay Ward 878 20 County Donation 175 00 City Donation 152 00 Elks' Donation ......... . 70 00 Refunded bv Dr. Primrose. 6 50 --RS.MAME66nT " Total. ... Disbursements. Charity outside of Home. . Home Expenses. . . . . . . . . 1333 31 $92 88 797 10 Allen's New Orleans Minstrels, after a year's absence, have returned to the oity. They opened on Lee oir cl ) last nTght to an immense audience which packed the tent to its utmost canacitv. and the only reason there wasn't more was because mere any more room. Jr. aim " give the publio the worth of its monev,. and judging from the turn nltnous applause last night everyone seemed more than satisfied. The com pany will remain injLee circle the remainder of the week. New Orleans Picayune, Dec. 11. Alln'sMinetrels win appear nere July, 32nd. ; Thanks.. The Helping Hand Bailey Circle of the Colored King's Daughters ao Jnercely thank the puniio xor i kindness shown in assistiing in the ... nf rentins: and furnishing home for our sick and disabled. Our object now is to erect a of our own. several oi wo inent oitiaens have donated liberally, and Pbill JWilliams donated lot 100 xj0 ft, on Nortn unemy w. " re now renting on the comer of Blanton and Gloster streets, and would like for the public to visit n. Mrs. A. E. Williams, ueauw, Mrs. Alma V. Bailey, See. Dan McOain for Office. The announcement of Mr. Dan Mo- Clain for the omce oi ju peace appeared in -week Few men in the city are better known than Mr. McClain and have a la'ger following of true friends. He is a man who, if elected, will dis charge the duties of the office in a manuer that will reflect credit upon him. Honest, open hearted and ... man fnr just, he win yn" . auyone to defeat for anyofficejrithin the gift of the peopler " FOR SALE. surrey for" sale cheap and V ... . w A5"': A ' fWVid hand nlano, botV on e now..- - tTM I terms. "'MS r. ui.iiw-w. ; i SOfcilD COMFORT 5S ' IS- IHSi :SMffe.:,;-.YOUlis 1 You'll not find fault " with our garments. You can't " find fault with our Prices. LINEN SUITS SL50 TO $5-00 LINEN PANTS Si.OO TO 2-feO , ; .THE X-JS.s.XDS:E3 got a gimpse of the polioemen. - The race started and putting spurs to their horses they commenced to gain on the negro until he jnmped a fence. The officers elosed in on' him and caught him With the nhoes and brought him to the city. " He was given a fine of $50 and sentenced o 60 days in Jail by Mayor jShields, FriT day. This ia good .work and (be nffloera deserve credit , for their re markable capture. The plans for the new Elks' Home were submitted to the building com mittee by Weathers and Weathers, architects of Memphis, on last Mon day evening, and were accepted. The plans as submitted show a grand and magnificent home, with all the necessary convenience for the plea sures of such an organisation. Mr. J. M .Hutsell, one of the committee in charge of the work, saya that "the Home will be completed and turned over to the membership by Jauaary 1st," and we back Mr. Hutsell strong Incidentals 13 60 Nurses Salary 271 00 Home Furnishings,. T 1 87 143 Balance on Hand. 60 85 Total . v 1323. 21 Tl: t n .ana i. vxoouaoj, I . ' ' 'i Treasnrer. . SECRETARY'S REPORT. Number of patients in Home, 80; . .LcharitJ patients, 9; pay patienta, 31 deatbs. a. Pbvsici ans - who ' patronised the Home: Drs. O. H. Jones, R. 8. Toombs, Hugh Miller, J. D. Smythe, E. C. Smythe, A. Q, Payne, M. O. Shivers., ( ,y v Persona helped outside of Homej 93; employment given 4; transporta tion given 8; Pnumber of members Jan. 1, 1903, 228; number of mem bers July .1, 1903, 24onew members, 33 ; deaths, 1 ; resignations, 15 . Respectfully submitted, ' Annie Elise Stonne, Sercetary. NEARLY FORFEITS HIS LIFE. A runaway almostending fataly, started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin "Grove, HI. For four years it defied : all doctors and all TemediPfr.T3o , Bncklen's Arnica Salve had no trouble Vre Bim, Equally aa good. dor. BariWj, h rnlses SWniEruptiorO! SrPHes. 5c at fTfllay'i.tjrug. Store. A Ghastly Find. Some negro fishermen found a metalic casket in the river above the city last Saturday afternoon and brought it do- a to the oity,. towing it. behind their boat. On' examina tion the bones oi a child about ten or twelve years old, were found 10 it, but as (to identity, sex, or oolor, .notb4-' uir.ooold be determined bv the coron er's iaqestj - - . J The V. and M.V. railroad will sell rouna trip ticket to Memphis for 12 00, tickets only good on train No j He, leaving Greenville at 9:35 on July 28, j 908, returning home leaving Memphsi at 10 p m July 29, ;1908. . . O. B. Rucks. Ticket Agent Tho levee board was in session this week and transacted oonsierable busi ness. A committee of citizens from Rosdale appeared before the board ask ing for the strengthening of the levee front of their oity, whiob request was granted by the board. The anniversary meeting of the McKinley Lodge, N. 154, K. of P. was fittingly celebrated last Friday night. After initiating seven" new member in the second and third de-; grees a banquet wa served and speeches made. The new lodge is pro gressing well and promises to be a banner lodge of the State. ' An Estimable Christian Wo man, Died Last Monday. On last Monday night Mr. Bessie K. Meggett, mother of Messrs. Harry, j Knapp and Wille Meggett, died at net home in this city after many years of ( suffering. Mr. Meggett was a iioble, ' Christian woman and through her many lovable traits of character won the ' love- and friendship of all who came in contact with her. . The remain were carried to Vick bnrg accompanied by her sons, for .in terment, that city being Iter former borne. The Time extend to the three sons and daughters its true sympathy in their sad hour of bereavement. AJleo's Minstrels, July 22. 't ; t ' t ' v A. G. Allen's New Orleans Min- ttrels, clean,, refined and np to date, i by oolored artist, male and female, carrying three time a many people any other minstrel company in existence, showing nnder mammoth canvass theatre seating over 2,000 peopler" presenting more special ea tares than any other -snintsrol jshow ia tbei Fqrla.. f Jnst Vie place to go andHake'jfonr "wifeflister, or! best girl'for an evening and jjnjuy yonr- " self. Owing to the large seating capacity of the tent the admission is onlv 15 and 25 cents. ' f ' Geise.llootf Hardware C6i The enterprising firm of Getss-Hood Hardware Co. are adding another, branch to their tucoessful - business. It is a store on the opposite side of , the street from their present ! place of business for the handling of buggies, j wagons, harness and all kinds of ! leather goods. There is an opening 1 here forjsuoha house, as today only one other exists in the city, and it will bring abont an honest bnd legiti mate competition, whioh draws trade to any city. This business will be under the management of an experienced buggy and harness man whose years of ex perience will save their customer dollars on vehicles of the same work manship. A carload of buggies and surreys was received from The John Deere Co. this week and another is expected next week from Studebaker Bros., of South Bend. ,Ind. . These manufacturers "are known throughout the world for the high grade of their goods. . Messrs. Geise and Hood expect to be ready for this business by! the first of August, but should anyone want , a vehicle they can get it, and they in formed ns thht they sold three the day the cay arrived. , Watch thai ad in The Time next week, , 1 To the Cotton Pickers. Th. Summw Sua la falllat aara, ea fomt dell and dale. Th. Suantr 8ao'a B.ro. (Iteming tars would petros eoat of mall. Old Mltll.atppl'. fer-fonQad iteam b fitrroely (lidln down. . Within her kuh abe foams aad irinkallke aay Kama clown. Th. bunardi II apoa the dock the chlldrsa mnnd thm plaj. Th flahrrman ply thalr atsdr oar daablnf throngh Uw apray And foil ol hopt. and Jon and gl arc sxn moratbaa a aeon. - , Who bopoa to carry oB th. prttt from th Blka t Bultlmoro. , A deap ramlva a f na dealna ba aeised the ; this little band. r . - i . . i ..-:')-; Xlkdoat to Immortalize, It eharma Ilka a . wand ' To think forgotten, yon .hall not ba by our ladira gay and fair. Who In Iba honor won by yon mast aire aa equal anar I Then aoar aflot the flag they girt unfurl It tothebrmo. air Snenrllle'a maid, and matrons an the beat between the aeaa. ft Help Them Out. The attendance at our ffamee hav ing been to smalt, we find it impossi ble to maintain oer team unless we meetv with financial' assistance from the citizens of Greenville. This i the first call the Be Ball Associa tion has made on the publio and this ia done" as a last resort. .. So if you want baseball the balance of the sea son meet with n at the Cotton Ex change next. Monday night at 8 o'clock. B. O. Wheeler, President Greenville Baseball Club. Then alngalond their prsiw, let it ring frnm : ahor te Shore - , :. . ' And think of them wl.ea tut away, on t . 'etreeta of Baltimor. Let the air of Dial atir yon ap, that tout ' ' baptriag tune. - . . (Like K doe. the lriahmaa at the rl.lng of y i lb. mii(wa) . ' Lot yoar ataaaot daae and pranea a old Daa me do. ... ' . : Jtopreteatattra of the Coitoa PkVer grnlal . nation rand trae, t n Than bail to oat leadere' they drrve to be . la Intra . Byth.lt .kill and gsnlna hare won fie.u t: ; Klkiofthelnnd. The trophy, of the teat two yearn, tbea le a hope, en ce more To aea them earry back the prize from U . X1U at Baltimore. Chaa Jordan, Jnly 19, im. Chamberlain-Hunt Academy. Port Gibson. Mb. . Magnificent new brick building, the most complet in the South for a boys boarding school, 90 rooms, steam heat, electric lights, sanitary plumbing campus 50 acres, healthful location, In the "hill country," superior discipline borne Influences, thorough Ins traction Military training it desired. Number limited. Certificate admits to Unl versifics"" For catalogue addiest, war trt rtrifni r 1-1 t W . . . t Gnat Oifat GiBe' Hood's. HAPPY TIME IN OLD TOWN. "We felt very hapr-r," wr nr. 7 Bevill, Old Town. Vt, -wiiei ! i. leu Arnica' Salve wholly cntM . daughter of a bxd cssi' of s c.j ! . It delights ll who use it fi re burns, bruises, !nis, uWr, en infallible for piies. Only Sao at A. ; Finlay & Co. ' ROOMS IV Furn'shfd or l 23 North Wji.i t If you vn t!;a tiuv. - x