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The Canton times. (Canton, Miss.) 1893-1906, April 25, 1902, Image 5

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ijjX TIME TABLE.
Uenger Trains:
AWS GOINO NORTH.
i , " to ,...l:ou a., m.
V 2 departs - ffl
"departs U-55 p. m.
GOING SOUTH.
' ;.,.u j:oua.iu.
j 1 acyai w-
t. 93 departs
f. 25 departs
nt,
1:50
2:45
' 1:30
w. L. Myers
' Ticket Age
p. 01
p. m
a. m
CANTON TIMES
Local and Personal.
Mr Mose Beer, of Vicksbur
(iD the city. v .
i u pacfi, of Sharon, was
I :. Mnnduv.
I L Mills is looking well and
ininv njr ms uoujc wo..- .
Mrs. J'imP Vanary is visiting
br mother in lazoo -
Mrs. S. T. Dunning is visitins
fie'ldS 111 Kityaiat utJ. .up,-.
We regret to leani that Mrs
J. Love is still seriously sick
t n Pane . a su ccessf ul farm
erwas a recent visitor to Canton
m, nml Mrs. Massey, of
'Charlton were in the city this
i . -.
J. F. Kernop. a worthy citizen
.from Diet. 5 was in the city re-
centiy. . ' 't'f-'i'
. Priestley spent a few days
recently with nis parents ana
friends..
Brvan Clark, a staunch citizen
of District 2. was a city visitor
this week.
Miss Rosa Lutz, spent Satur
day and Sunday in Jackson" and
Yazoo City. . ;
R. Hansen one of our prosper,
ous northern farmer. was in th(
eiiy Monday. - .
E. A. Sanson, our clever
neighbor is withhis family and
home friends. ...
'." Dr. S K. Coleman, left on the
20th. for the Confederate reunion
at Dull.is 1xae. .
I. H, Harbour, a solid and
upright citizen of Flora, was in
the city Tuesday.
B. E. Cauthen, and hisdaugh
lier Miss Dora, of Ofahoma, are
in the city to-day.
Mr, Feiblemau, of Jackson, has
been a guest this week in the
family of Mr. J. L. Perlinsky.
Mrs. Miller, of Natchez,- form
erly Miss Ortie Handv is the
guest of relatives and friends.
R. H. Adkinson. a clever man
and good farmer from Dist. 5 was
inthe city a few days ago.
T. J. Love, one of our clever
est and best citizens was houdy
mg with his friends recently.
H. L.Sanders, a successful farmer
and his estimable wife of Madison
ere visitors to dhr city Thurs
day. , , -. . .
W. H. Bole, our popular and
capable president of the Board of
Supervisors, was in the city this
week. '
Little Rosa Roberts ; is home
from New Orleans muce improv
d by the treatment 'received
there.
TS m ' . 1. j
ki 1 urner, me - live nuu
successful stock dealer is making
business trip to the - Delta this
eek. . . -
P- D. Coleman, our clever and
conservative Supervisor was
amongst his friends in town
Monday.
Messrs A. P. and M. Cameron,
"tensive merchants and planters
J Viililia, were among their
Unton frivnds the Erst of- the
eek. . , .
Mrs. S. D. Terry and her beau
oral and accomplished daughter,
"iss Mattie, were visitors in
Uoton one day this week.
J-M. Grafton, the active and
Successful
Louig. B?ae with u .1 !iro
n nil ii I 1 f s 1 1 i t a
ad frienrtc tfc; i.
Visit of Admiral Schley,
JACK0T. MISS.. MAY I. IKK-RBDUCED
BATES ANU
r .rroon' of thehore mentioned occmIod,
Ur t.fX-t on f AP"J I9ft (orrr,nra.
oXioek in u .' ' ' Kj, TWtet Agent.
Mrs. James McGrath, and her I
interestinc chUA
.v . in,ug
rMfl,tIVPS anr trianAa Iy, T i. I
haven.
E. W. Melvin, the substantial
merchant, farmer and good citi
zen of Thrift, was in Canton on
Tuesday.
ur. Eugene 'Smith, the great
trucker and all round srnnri nits.
zen was a few days ago amongst
H. O. Luckett, the active and
successful real estate dealer, whs
with his family and frinds Mon
day and Tuesday.
S. A. Pool, of Ludlow, who is
now engaged in merchandising,
at that pliure was with his Can
ton friends this week.
An unfortunate man is lying
very sick at the Southern Hotel
aod is in. a destitute condition
and needs immediate nelp.
Dr.W. A. Cheek,' of Millville,
is home from attendance upon
medical lectures from Tulane
Medioal School New Orleans.
. Wm Reid, ex president ot the
Ron. rd of Sunfirvisors. is a.mnnjr
the number who went to the Con
federate reunion ar. Dallas, Tex.
C. B. Cooper, one of our best
farmers, and his lovelv daue-h.
ter. Miss Bessve. of Oaks, were
visitors to bur city on Thursday.
Memorial Services were held
in the uemetarv this afternoon.
and DarticiDated in br the entire
I
town. A full report will be given
in next issue.
Mies Annie Suku has iust re
turned from a visit to Jackson
friends, and is accompanied bv
the beautiful and accomplished
Miss Mamie Spengler.
Mr. John T. Hays, a promi
nent Atty. of Sulivan Ind. is
visiting- his son-in-law, Mr. J. H.
Drake and familv. and is much
pleased: with our country.
Dr. L. C. Pitchford, is home
from his medical coura at the
Attauta Medical College, ready
for the State Board and to enter
upon his professional duties.
nr. A Tj Morris, the leading
physician and men hant of Lena,
his wife and little Alex, L., Jr.,
are visiting his brother. alter
Morris, aud .family in tha city
this week.
The members of the Cantou
Cemetery Association are kindly
i-pmiHst-ed to nav to Mrs. G. D.
Cfineron at the Mississippi State
Bank all delinquent auqs as soon
as possible. JL W. Gilman.
oecreiary
Will Cratin. who has recently
been with the Lexington Advert
iser was with his home io'ks a
few days ago, enroute to Lake
Charles La., where he has ac
cepted a position. He is a good
young man and a good printer.
'The bidy of Mrs. Theresa
Harrif , wife of Julius Harris, of
Winona, was intured in the
ewish cemetary this morning.
The sympathy of friendsis ex
tended to the family. The re
mains were accompanied by
Meesrs J. C. and A. Harris and
Mrs. A. Harris and Mr. C Peary
J. W. Thomas, died this morn-
will be brought to Canton his old
home for interment. lhis is
indeed a sad stroke to his rela
tives and friends here- He was
lawyer of ability, a man 01 a
hiffh order of intehgence, and
refinement genial in disposition,
a devoted husband fond parent
and good citizen.
We wish to call special atten
tion to the ad of McGrath and
Sons Co. in this weeks paper.
This enterprising and aoerai
rm are alwayson the alert wnen
tn the interest of their
It vvuivw . .
patrons and the welfare of their
coram unity, aside from the bar
gains to be secured, the very
commendable feature of dona
tion to the cemetary iuua m
his sale should recomena 11. i
all our people.
Lottville Dots.
appreci-
Mr. Tom Priohard atfonAa
services Sunday.
A very nice rain , was
ated this evening.
Mr. Joe Tucker, of Canton,
paid a brief visit Sunday.
Mr. Divine, of Sharon, was
seen on business Wednesday.
Miss Lula McKay, of Carthage
is spending this week with
friends. '
Among our welcome visitors
Sunday, were handsome Aachie
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uoieman.
RfiV. Mr. (latli'n nronnliorl
two large appreciative audiences
last bunday.
One of our sweetest ladies.
Mrs. hJ. t . ijeo-p-ltte. was spon
no .
with a pleasant smile for ever
one Monday evening.
Mrs, E. J. Cheek, and lovelv
daughter Angle, has returned to
their hom in fnnf.nn. a.ft.pp
being called to the dying bed-side
ot Mrs. Thornton.
Mrs. J. T. Thornton was called
home to God Monday the 21st
She is sleeping sweetlv in the
Hayes cemetery. We extend our
sincere sympathy ' to the heart
broken son and relatives. v
; Washington STar.
PARENTS.
Patented and unpatented Inven
tions Bought and Sold. Lucas
& Co., St. Louis. Mo. 16
Sharon Dots.
Misses Fannie and Alleen
Holliday visited home folks last
Sunday.
Mrs. Wiggins left last week
to spend a few weeks with her
daughter. Mrs. M. Allen.
Mrs. Nannie Eldridge left here
Saturday for Ridgeland where
she will spend a few weeks.
Misses Beetle and Ozel la Baker
spent last Sunday in the home of
Mr. J. E. Holliday and family.
We are glad to learn that Mrs,
J. P. Smith i' up again after
quite a severe Fpell of sickness.
We are glad to note that Mr.
R. E. Spivey and little Dancey
Divine are up again after several
days sickness. ' i '
Mr. Mitchell Prichard, accom
panied by Mii-s Sadie Hickman,
spent last Suuday in the home of
Mr. J. F. Prichard.
Mr. Aristotle EldPidge and
Misses Annie Holliday and Eunice
Eldridge attended the teachers
examination last Friday and
Saturday.
Mr A C Minter. Mrs. M. P
Muse and Misses Vivia Pace and
Kate Adams, left last Sunday to
attend the reunion in the Lone
Star State.
For Sale.
50 per
as new
Old issues for sale at
rent discount as soon
issues are received.
List. '
Leslie's Weekly,
Monthly,
Harper's Monthly,
Weekly,
McClure's,
Cosmopolitan,
Century,
Scribner's,
Munsey's.
Review of Reviews,
Literary Digest Weekly,
Life Weekly,
Success-Weekly,
Saturday Evening Post-Weekly
Forest and Stream Weekly,
Ladies Home Journal,
, Womans Home Companion,
Scientific American,
Chicago Record, 6 issues Daily
New York World, 6 issues
Daily, St. Louis Globe Democrat, 7
issues Daily,
Puck Weekly,
Judge-Weekly.
Railway Age Weekly, k
Ram'8 Horn Weekly,
Coiner's Weekly, ;
New York Chaistian Advocate
at Y. M. C. A. or phone
8 and order will be sent to you.
ti, noriodicals are kept in
good condition in binders.
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Leaders of Low Prices.
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As the flashlight pierces through the night
so does our price power penetrate into
every home in this and the surrounding
community, it is no new story for this store
to sell cheaply, but we have never before
equaled our present values and cheapness.
Call and see us and come prepared to see
the purchasing power of your dollar.
3ic per Yard 5c per Yard
For regular 5c 26-iuch For regular 8c 26-inch
figured fast color Lawn. solid colored Lawn.
4ic per Yard 7c per Yard
For regular 6c 26-inch For regular 10c 28-inch
figured fast color Lawn. figured fast colored Lawn.
We have a beautiful line of fancy and solid
Summer Dress Goods,
Shirt Waists, Skirts, Laces, Embroideries,
Millinery, and in fact everything that goes
to make a complete stock, all of which is
being offered at un match able prices.
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Leaders of 'Low Prices.
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Our Mr. A. H. Lahman is
now in St. Louis attending a
$500,000 fire sale and he ex
pects to buy a good portion of
these goods. Due notice will
be given on their arrival in the
Canton Times. Bargain seek
ers will do well to wait for
these goods.
The C. L. Gross Co.
A neiorhhor ran in with a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoe Remedy when
my son was suffering with severe
i.amns and was siven ud as be
yond hope by my regular physi
cian, who stands nign in ms pro
fession. After administering mree
doses of it, my son regained con
cr.miQnPss and recovered entirely
within twenty-four hours," says
vii.c Murv Haiier. ot Mt. Craw
ford. Va. This Remedy is for
sale by B. E. Jones.
50 Bushels Peas
sale. Apply to
W. C. Alsworth.
For
13-4t
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fFeed. M
DONKEY
ON
SACK.
KEEPS
MULES UP
AND FEED
BILLS DOWN
IT IS HELD
by some butchers that they cannot
sell high-class meats at ordinary
prices and make a profit.
j Perhaps not at the proht they
want. It is done here.
The Finest Meats
are sold by us at regular rates.
u-usiomers can reiy upon getting
Beef, Veal. Lamb and Pork that
will please and satisfy. Tender,
toothsome cuts at moderate'
prices. Come and see us
uaswiil i mum
TRY ITI
'Phone 140 when you want Job
Printing.

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