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. : - . - : - a---- St .... - - . . kir . "S J Ginner's Gasoline Engine Fioni 0 to 60 H. P. Dyccn:o Choline Engine jh It A- 3- J -X -fc - X - X -tt -fc - -t -K - -fc -X X -K Just the thing for the Gin ner. A time and labor sav er. Once tried would not be sold for twice the monev. - Pumping Gasoline. Engine 2 Horse Power This engine is better than a windmill, and is especially adapted for use by" levee eon tractors and planters in pumping v ater etc. " TBetc is no powcif that can cqoal 02 surpass gasoline cniacs. They ate easily managed if ybo buy thz tight-hind. . I hvc casolhae engines for all hinds of worh, any horse powcri they arc the best made and sold tinder strict gaarantcc, Remember -this fact. : Every planter, every levee contractor and every one else using power should see my engines before buying clseT7hci?e. Tlicrc are many mahes of gasoline engines that do not give satisfaction; Tie trouble is you do not buy the right hind, you order them by mail and are not given full instructions regarding them.: Right here in Greenville I can furnish you gas oline engines, give you full instructions, guarantee the engines and am here all the time to bach up my guarantee. Buy your gasoline engines from me, don't send away for them and you will be well satisfied. I invite you to call at my place cf business to see these engines or drop me a postal, I will call and give any information If your gasoline engine, no matter what make, is not giving satisfaction, notify me and I will repair it for you. Terms Reasonable. - ;bi i) s ; I . - ' ' u Sit' s For electric lighting pur poses. Specil dynam outfits go with this engine 1 which give a steady, bright light. e. k. o. PREY 2tB GREEiWILS E, FMSS. Portable Gasoline Engine ".' ' " "Will mull T , il,,mn4m"m, M Jilft iiH1 Is used for general purposes where light power is needed. 2 H. P. but a little wonder. ......- iM.M..M.....J.- Tff f TTTTTT tTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTMTmTTTM - : Deaths 14 is xear uia jviotner , Ill 1II1T I " -ww" ? : : : BEHIND THE HEARST VEIL All the Sub Rosa Deals of Our Great Political "Myth" Laid Bare With what is perhaps the most in teresting political article that has ap peared recently in print, the Broad way Magazine opens in its April number. In this story, which is call ed "The Hearts-McClellan Imbro glio," Erviu Wardman reveals the whole secret history of Hearst's de termined hold upon New York City's Mayoralty, and of Chas. F. Murphy's fiimous flap to the Hearst side of the tt-nce. Interspersed with the details of Hearst's struggles for a recount cf tlie mayoralty ballots, Mr. Ward- man s keen and vigorous pen lias pic tvred character after character in the local political cire'es. "Fingy" Con nors is described as "a former steve dore of the lakes, rough, unlovely, with a voice like a ruptured horn"; "Long Fat" McCarr.n is "credited with being the most aban doned creature in politics, with the face of a Savonarola and the heart of a MachiavclU. If he exercises a frac tion of the political wickedness that is ittribi-tc.Ii to him. he will be the ever lasting -envy of Lucifer." . McClcMan is a "weak, vacillating, time-serving" m.iy-or. whose attempts to Deaths ., Income City and county $ 475-o Sons and Daughters of Jacob. 5.00 Household of Ruth 11.00 lh he school children ....... 1.90 Colored1 school children. .. . 1.30 Pay 'ward 482.90 Knights of Pythians No. 8. 25.00 Masons .... 20.50 Friend Mrs. C. Johnson.... (xoo Dues from members 20.00 General collection ........ . 26.OU Total ..... $1,074.60 Disbursements For Rent ......... . .... .-..$ 170.50 For Nurses . . . . Paid on lot J Incidental expenses 223.00 210.45 468.00 .$1,041.60 Total . . ....... Balance on 1iand,$33.oo. Present Inddebtedness fog- 1 Balance on lot . ...... ; . , . . . . .$539-55 Thanks for Donations From Greenville Ice and Coal Co., School children No. 2, 62 lbs sugas ; 20 lbs. Rice, etc.; school children No. 4, groceries, $1.80; Goyer Co.. one bbl.' apples, one crate cabbage, meat, $2.50; bread from Delta and Sievers' bakeries; our linen . shower from wnit: ana coiorea tnenas; Kicn- chastisc J ard Jackson work amounting to $ia; Ala. Coal Co., one ton coal meat His Dear Old Mother "My dear old mother, who is now eighty-three years old, thrives on Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Brun son, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite, feels strong and sleeps well." That's the way Electric Bitters affects the aged, and the same, happy results follow -in all cases of female weakness and general debility. Weak, puny children, too, are greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed also for stomach, liver and kidney troubles by all druggists iflUIflfdl Important Special Notice Members of Stonewall Jackson Lodge, No. 7, Knoghts of Pythias, and local and visiting knights are hereby notified that comrnencfnjt May 6th, next, this lodge will hold its regular stated meetings every Mon day night, instead of Wednesday as heretofore. JOS A. SHALL. M. of Fand Acting K. of R. & S. 4-20-j 28 ' " Murphy for leaving him are like the Ttitie? of f "circ" clown frantically 2 from Mr. Hirs-ch's meat market; gro stiivir g to y'migeon a giant with a trv balloon tied to the end of a long stt inc."' Mucs that the public has inertly guessed -at hitherto is revealed in this account.- It tells why Hearst was fir-t inimical to Murphy and to Tain- : many. It details just what game is he; tig played in New York's Cit Hill i..v!;y by a niaj. r who casts cot "Hurpry heelers to p.it, in Sullivan gilies -'aml? again casts thes out " to - install M.cCarren's political progeny. ' It exhiir.s w hy Julius Mayer,, as At torney General.- turned down' Ucarvt's demand-' for a recount. .It stares", th privileges and grafts of Tanmi-my's Boss, In twelver pages of tyixe it practically cleans up the le ' political situation in " and araiiro'cw York City toJay.". cerics from Mrs. Underwood. Sallie Rains, Leader Delilia Daniel. Levee Work RiS,PORT Of : Colored King's Daughters Union ; ClircIe' No. 4, Part of igoVjyao7 Charity patients cared for at home, 3- Tay . patients .......'..!'..., 45 Pay ' patients cared " for outside of lKme 6 TTev. nu-mber . , . . "..... ."- 6 Tot. il . cared for- ......"... . -. . . . . Xj Scaled proposals will be received at the office, of the Board of Missis sippi Levee Commissioners, Green ville. Miss., up to T2 in., Tuesday April 23, ' 1907, for the ' construction of a new levee at Duvalls, amounting to about i6o7ooo cubic yards. . Bids must be scaled, marked "Pro posal for New Levee." and addressed to II. T. Crosby, secretary and treas urer.' '; "' ' " .Profiles," plans, and ' specifications may be" seen and other 'information that bidders may desire "obtained at the off ice. of the chief engineer. " - " i No bids will be ' considered unless J accompanied by a - forfeit of 3 per -cent" and if accepted, good and sf-' flcicnt security will be reqnired for the proper execution of the. work. The right to accept or-reject any .or all proposals or any part, thereof is Tterved. .; -. . - By cTTVt of the board. . . - GrrSTiileNfiss. April 6, C. II. WLw "NChirf Hr-'r-er. i Many so-called "bitters" are not medicines, but simply liquids disguis ed so as to evade the law. Prickly Ash Bitters - is not one of this class. It is strictly a medicine, acting primarily -on the kidneys, liver and bowels, aiyj for the dangerous diseases . that at tack these organs it is a remedy of th first grade. There is nothing ob jectionable in its taste, it has an agree able fiavor and is acceptable' to the most delicate stomach. AMIIers' and Elevators' ' Agents I PLOUR, WW, GRAIN AND I MEAL WHOLESALE ONLY Distributors St. Marys Mill Co. 's I UNEXCELLED ORRIS FLOUR 1 1 Made of SELECTED SOFT WHEAT, Unbleached I a Aarhoi ICO- Main and Deleaseps street ' . I Y YdreiIU.Ube. next to Geeenville Ice Co. Oc Y. & M. V. TTacks J CAR 10TS A SPECIALTY Long Distance Phons 602 The , Paid in Capital $100,000 ems Basils GREENVILLE, MISS. OFFICERS: JAMES ROBERTSHAW, Pres. J. A. CRAWFORD, FRANK ROBERTSHAW, Vice Pres. . - ' Cashier. DIRECTORS: TAMES ROBERTSHAW, F. M. ROBERT SHAW. MORRIS ROSENSTOCK, J. A. CRAWFORD, T. M, ANDERSON, N. L RITEMAN, WILL ISENBERG. Promises and Nothing More He promised he'd return the lock of - hair"" ' " She'd promised him in those s-oet .days before her .. Love cooled. 'Twas but a prorais eniicg there, " . - Like' that of any other hair-restorer." , 1 . Dr.J.dCourtrielit ef Lzvthro Miss. VETEniNARY SDRGE0N Fifteen ye&rs' experience in practice of Veterinary -Science . if t Located with , Gayton, Hutsell & Co's . jraiace Ma Dies. -Long Distance " .Telephone No. 160. ' ; " GREENVILLE. ' MISSISSIPPI FOREIGN EXCHANGE BOUGHT and SOLD SAVINGS DEPARTMENT , - - Catholic Standard Times." Seeing is believing; see " about your classes. 4 - " .i 4-13-2W - - 7 Dr. P. Kornblam. ItaliEin Salami FimS 1:1 tlioifc!:;; . " f" X " ' ' TJ, - w . ro-; i ZJ ! To Owners of Overalls Jwll without tmlling 'up the fJ.Stay at top of Side ti7,i. "'"orcea Btay outside ; Ion tr of botl YOU ALL. would buy the I'STARUNlON" toadein Itetroit, Jtich., Union-made, of htit09?5 viece 8 the ?rotch to S weaken the construction and make the tnnent uncomfortable. Don't po on bnv nimJ pvendls from FORCE 'Sfi&TA rum WSR'?1" a BTTEB ONE. OURht to cost more but don't. Others are aS 10 years not quite go large' - . oum jiunuim and labor Mr a hlhW: old styles are made emails with stroneer, more dnrahl. Kb recisr jr. Ai J-c: J rr-ifir.teed ki- OTEVEfJGO N AHCHE Jr ; CJvIJ Erbecr & Surveyor Ci eVi? C--i cf Wathiiton r L PLANTERS OIL MILL OF THE REFUGE COTTON OIL CO. GEO. B. ALEXANDER, m gr. Has hzea thdroaghly overhauled this sumrair "and is now running: and turning- out as fine staple and bale as any Gin in the country. Model Hunger System Ginnery. Most Cora- . . plate Ginnery in the city. Everything Moaern HIGHEST PfllCES PAID FOR SEED We Want Your- Trade ; Plamers Oil Mill Greenville, Miss. M.T.IHSYS ineVS-ARCHER COTTON CO. . J; COTTON FACTORS :i Poplar Street ' Greenville, Miss. t X X X M X -X X X X X X X X -X X X X X -X X X X x X X X X X -X X -X X X X X X X ii ii J 4 j 11a TL-r-e for 3 C ? news.