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THE GREENVILLE TIMES , VrSfsioVaI
TuLIishcd Every Morning " Except Monday by ; The limes Printing & Publishing Co. 4 DIRECTORY. H. B. CROSEY, Business Managrr. Office: Times BIdg.. 224 Main Street. Telephones: Circulation and News No. 269 Society No. 142-2 Rings H. A. GAMBLE, M. D. Office in Wilzin Building Office Hours 11 a. m. to 2 p, m. 5 to 7 p. m. Phones; Office 791; Res. 704 J. J. FERGUSON, M. D. 403H Washington , Ave. Office Hours 8 to 10 a. m. 4 to 6 p. m. rhones: Office 507; Res. 650 Subscription Rates Dail-J mA CuriAitr rr Wleklv I year $4.00 j DR. IMOGENE B. COOPER. Weekly or Sunday Times, I j Osteopath yer ' , $a.ooj,I( t'rth Poplar Street. Daily and Sunday, 1 month 5 j Telephone Nx 19 1 Greenville, Mississippi. To City Subsiribers Daily and Weekly, delivered, j week 10 Cents J Offire Siiiglo Copies 5 Cents Advertising Rates on E. C. SMYTHE. M. D. rooms 1 and 2 Wilczinsk: Building Phones Office 85; Res. 726. Application j Greenville, Mississippi T?ie Time will print no anony- roous coinmtuiications. All article j furnished for publication must be j signed with author's full name. No J manuscript returned without stamps. j DR. W. L. HOWARD 325 Washington Ave. PHONES Office 373. Residence 756 Greenville, Mississippi Sunday, February 23, 1908. The AMridb- T'hft Aldrirh rurrtney PAYNE, SHIVERS & ODENEAL Office Br:tl Building Upstairs Washington Ave. and Poplar St. I Office Phose 196. currency bill nkes Greenville. MississinnL bill makes! proviso. i r TX-arly all kinds honrU ee"pt malr iuKjiiial bonds. ofj J. D. SMYTHE, M. D. Omce rooms 1 and 2 Wilczinski Bldg. Phones-Oriice 85; Residence 40 Greenville "... - . Mississippi i lujiuas V. LiW.son i so en thusiastic -ve,j- the ure::dt:it's recent atn.k oa xh, gambler that he i, of- j DR. F. B. HENDERSON faring to bet $10,000 that Kcobcvcitj . DENTIST wi!I be the net president, j Office Over The Leader. . j Office Phone No.. 53: Jlrnifer Gyv. Frederick II olbrook, i Greenville . . . .MisSiSipr i rr V'rn.oia, rriibCs to )e Oslerized i ' " in piti ot hi V5 years, lie is pres ident of a -ahi fxuik and is to be ".rd tit his de.-k everv dav. j Peruvian are arranging a first rl.'.v bnl'figM for the American fleer. It the call is ever returned we can vv them v.o-.v:'et'h.invf really i-treiui-i in the way of a f.totball game. If Cob Henry Wat Ur.-on's friends really want him t accept a seat in the United Slates senate, they had better t;t let him. Know that a move ment i-? on foot to make Wa-liing-V n a dry tonvn. The progress made by the Filipi-j no in the art of self-government is j illustrated q.itr vividly when it ; known that the seat of one "member j of the Philipppine assembly ha" DR. JAS. A. KEY. Dentist. Teeth Extracted Without pain 224 Washington Ave. Greenville, Mississippi. L. A, WITNEY. Dentist. 313 Washington Avenos. Wilczinski Bldg. 2 Long Distance Phone 441. DRS WAHL & WAHL Roof Specialists Office 219 Main St., Phone 357, Greenville, Mississippi. DR. O. M. NORTON Veterinary Surgeon Office: 109 Main Street. Phone 347. . . i CLASSIFIED WANTS . - FOR SALE Real estate. I offer for sale all 0 my real estate in Bolivar, Washington and -Sunflower counties, nclmlng my plantaton at Helm Sta toiv Washington county. Miss. For pa-ticulas as to prices and terms ap p'y to W. A. Everman, Greenville, Miss. n-6-d-im- GEO. M. , HELM. FOR SALE Residence at No. 1207 Washington Ave.; all modern improvements. For further partic ulars apply to L. A. Bell, 1207 Wash ington Ave. 1-24-tf-d FDl: SALE Miode k ' cottage,. 6 rooms, bath and all improvements, 311 South Broa1.tr. Will be sold .' t a bargain. For information apply J. I. Levingston at Ice Factory. FOR SALE Ore let 90x185, in Race Track Addition, one block from car line. A bargain for someone. Apply to R. P. Dunn. .. 2-6-08 FOR SALE Solid walnut dining rcom set, Piar.o, and other house hold furniture. Apply to 1500 Wash ington Avenue. Dr. L. A. Witney FOR SALE Ten mules, 6 to 10 ears old; 16 to 163-4 hands lrgh; pricess, $160 Vo $175 cash. Guaran teed to be sound and healthy and in good condition. For particulars, write to E. J. Bryan, Alhambra, Washing ton. Co., Miss. 2-4 2w WANTED Salesman to sell nur sery stocks fruit trees, flowers, etc. Must be a hustler, reliable and able to furnish references. A good place for the rig'ht man. Apply to C, Times office. 1-128 4t WANTED Position, by young man 26 years of age, with experience in office or store. Reference furnished. Address A. B. Z. Times Office. WANTED A couple to beard in strictly first-class, Apply 215 North Hinds Street. 2-J3-d-iv i been declared vacant on the grounds j 01 !rud m HH election. E. J. BO GEN Attorney at Law Phelps'. Building Washington Avenue j Greenville, Mississippi Los Angelts is already . preparing j ft rec-ptkni for the fleet. Jame J. i Jeifrics. of tlikt city, who has struck some mignty blows 11 ins stands ready to take on Henry Rent er!ahl Kr, any mnr.ber of rounds. Henry i;. the hardest koncker in the fleets bunch. DR. S. L. SCOTT Dentist . Brill Building. time, j Washington Ave. and Poplar Streei Office Hours 9 to 66. Phone 623. i ..vi ay Jsi H tiie tenrti anniversary t of Dewey Day. Admiral Dewey had .under ccn.mand no such fleet as is it-'w in parade in the Pacific, but ; R. B. Campbell the job that he and his imn did in ! M anila Ray was about the cleanest j LeRoy Percy C. C Moody PERCY & MOODY Attorneys a tLaw Citizens' Bank Building Phone No. 7 this cojntry has sen in many a decade. J. M. Cashin CAMPBELL & CASHIN Office Pbelph's Building 1 Washington Avenue ji Phone 738 CENTENNIAL OF ANTHRACITE, Jrtt a hundred years ag? the value c4 .-nthracite coal was discovered by i Greenville, Judge Jesse Fell, 1he Wyommsr Val iy pione.tr, in Pnnsyjlvania. Wilkebarre, Pa., i now celebrating the centennial and doing honor to the man. Up to th time that Judge Fell demonstrated that anthracite would burn fn an c-pen grate, it was known as "stone coal"' and was so abund ant as to be a nuisatuce on the high ways, and was btlieved to be value less. Even after its combustibility and great heating power was dem onstrated Judge Fell it was slow Aon:nng intj general use. In 1820. dozen years later, the total annual shipments from the mines amounted tr orriy 3S5 t'jtis, sgainst the present! annual output . of 72.ooo.ocx) tons, j with a value of $106,000,000 or $2.30 1 va ton at tJhe mines and almost any! pficc smaginabie elsewhere. j The total gold output in the United States. in 1906 was only $94, 000.000. or $72,000,000 less than the value of anthracite ,alcne, not to mentfolni the enormous value of the soft coal output. The Pennsylvania anthracite field covers an area, cd of 470 square miles, employs 145,000 men and the supply will last another century. When that gives out there will he China's fields to fall vi&ack pon, w'hSch coniain, it is estimated, sotn-i-thing like, five bxxndred billi'on tont. 'So the '-world's suply f th "blaek A. J. ROSE. Attorney at Law. 325 Washington Avenue Phone 312 Mississippi. Say Ma.JtllivewUlIbeBS big a roose as yout Yes, my child. It you don't use MAGIC WHITE SOAP- Ii"t) Magic on soiled parts, leate them in water one hour. No bo..inic: no w ashbor.rfis: co backache, if you use MAGIC; wim.t" SOAP. Will iron easy as magic; has no rosm like in vellow sosp. Get your grocer to order cr seed us f t.CO tor 1" box of IOC 6c cakes. We pay tot freig-Qt. Sve the wrajpers. Magic Keller Soap Works, Ltd New Orleans, La. and CUeE THE LUfcCG WITH ir, Ong's K3 -DisGoverv l U.l VrOLDS Trial BotUa Free AND All. THROAT AMP LUNG TROUBLES. I GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY MONEY REFUNDED. OR The Phoenix Mutual Life Insur- DR. HOWARD T. STEWART ... Dentist Weinberg Building. Riggs Disease Greenville, Mississippi. DR. J. L. YOUNG Dentist. Over Kline's Jewelry Store. Washington Ave. Greenville ..- ..Mississippi DELTA MACHINE WORKS, M. W. Shaw, Prop. Repair Work a Specialty. 35 Walnut St. Phone 404 Greenville, Mississippi. STEVENSON ARCHED Jr Civil Engineer & Surveyor Real. Estate Office aver ftnk of Washington -Phone 630 Enough to Open Your Eyes ance Company, the best on earth, will - write -you for one year tor $1,000 at the age of 50 for $26.52: at 45 for $20.39: at forty for $16.76; at thirtystive for $14.58; at thirty for $13.16; at( twenty-five for $12.18. AnrAial dividends are del lared which reduce the premiums each year. See E. II. WOLF, With George Wbeatley, at. once. Mardi Gras, Natchez, Miss INVESTIGATE I W ( ! i E WILL BE GLAD to have you investigate our methods of doing busi-' ness as we are sure they will commend them selves to you Every means is employed to improve our service for our customers. If you are not already one we invite you to join us 5 Commercial Savings Bank NOW While you are thinking of it make up your mind to come here for GLASSES WE ARE CAREFUL YOU SHOULD BE D. P. Kombltim Office at Frank Binder's. RESTAURANT AND LABOR OFFICE I am now prepered to furnish and ' care for LABORERS FARM HELP NURSES i aud COOKS many and for as long a time as needed as JAS. PETERS, Employee, 217 South Walnut Street. NEW GARDEN SEEDS JUSTIN All kinds of Seed sold in bulk and in packages. EARLY ROSE TRIUMPH PEERLESS . PLANTING POTATOES Give us a call. r The George & Nelms Co Phone 107. NearY. & M. V. Depot 1 33 V. THE REAL ESTATE BROKER Buys and Sells Delta Plant ifwns and Timber Lands GREENVILLE, MISS. Specialist In Country Properties R. L. EDWARDS Contract 3r :VV,V '-AND, Bolder Tailored Suits for Spring-Some made of wool serge; some of duck and some of mercerized Iinen.-AII pretty and stylish Now on display. For this week we are offering a special lot of Ladies' Waists Hand sewed pretty quality of lingerie, nicely trimmed, at $2.75 to $4 50. We aire daily receiving new novelties in belts, neckwear and bags. Colored Linen Colors The latest New York fad now being shown. A new line of ginghams, percales, madras and chevoits for children's school dresses in light and dark colors just received. Our Shoe Department Is showing the latest' novelties in spring oxfords in all the latest shades of tans and the leading styles in black. Don't forget the American Girl Shoe for $2.50, Marie Stewait Shoe for $3. 00 and $3 50, the famous Sorosis Shoe for 3.50 and $4. These are shoes of repute and none made better for the price. 1 i 'nt ,Hjt 4 . i v- " i Rubber Tires Make your buggy or carriage run light and easy. It dos not rattle and the wheels last longer, besides it is more pleasant to ride in. If you want your vehicle ribber tired take it to J. A. DUGGER, Greenville - - Mississippi On account of the above occasion round trip tickets will be on sale to Natchez, Miss., Feb. 27 to Mar. 3, inclusive, returning on tor before Mar. 5. 1 90S. Fare $5 05 for the round trip. For further information see CJ. A, Hopkins 2-5 t m-3 Y. & M. V. .Ticket Agents .$ GARDEN TIME j is here. We have just- received, ou new garden seed." Phone us your o der. GREENVILLE DRUG CO., V MARDI GRAS. MOBILE-NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 27, Mar. 3-08. Low round trip tickets on sale. Feb." a6tn to March 2, inc.; final .limit returning; March ia stopovers. - Fox further information, apply to. Southern. Ry- Co,: in Mist. I Ticket agents, or write H. E. 'Jone. .diamonds is in no Imminent danger j jr . T. P.A Meridian,- Mis., "or Jno. of boconuug exhausted. j M. h'cilU G. P. A., St. Louis. EVERYTHING FOR THE SICK Fifteen minutes after the crder is received y GREENVILLE DRUG CO. Phone 27a Only the Best i-2S-d-im r t . " " WOOD for SALE From I to 500 Cords Consisting cf OAK, ASH, GUM Prices $2.40 $2.60 $2.75 Per cord cn River Front. Large quanity on hand for immediate delivery. Address H. H. HAMLER 105 Washinnton Avenue J For this week we offer a 10 per cent discount on all high cut shoes except Sorosis. Dry Goods for Ladies who Know. Nelms & Blum Co. One Price to All. Anything in the Building Line "Pa pall Tend .to it for You." OFFICE 805 Washington. Avenue Greenville Mississppi. Cont?acto 2 i and "Pictures - that are pictures." - is f Bell's -motta Babies' photos a spe cialty. . . s ix-t d tf - Mardi Gras, New Orleans, La On account oi the above occasfon round trip - tickets will 'be on' sale to New Orleans Feb. s6 to Mar. 2, in clusive; returning on or before Mar. J- If we-cannot put as much style in ib.. i0o8. Rite $555- For further par-1 our work as you get. elsewhere' we do ticttlars see V " :G. A. Hopkins ' J not want your patronage, ivyr. i v 2 5 t m -a ; Y- & V. Ticket Agent I s-yd a-w . ; JOE REILLY I am prepared to make - ." . . i bids on any and all kinds of contracting, building, jetc : Phone me at 773 and will call on you. WH. "1 Dumping in Material in large tjtiantities -w-ill not Tnke up for lack of quab'rr. One bag of god cement is worth a dor en of poor quality. We do not suppose that you want to waste money -n your buplding pperaticmfl'. Let us prove ro y&u how the purchase of our high - grade materials means money saved and a better building besides.' -: Alexander Lumber Company Greenville, Mississippi J, 17. Oorminefiani Subscribe for. The Times. H. E. Price Tin, Copper, Brass, and Sheet Iron Work MSbl Frarnes a specialty . 2(ft tUin Street. Greenville, Mississipp v,'