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THE CANTON TIMES' n memorial.
B. F, PASSMORB M. D . Editor, E. L. PASSMORE, Publisher. Subscription. $1.00 per Year, Cah Kntered al the Post Office st Canton, MiM., aa second-Gluts matter. No scandal ever uppers in the Times, it comes to your homes as pure as unsunned snow. We are not responsible for the views of correspondents. Obituaries and Tributes of Re spects are dharged for. Shot, pithy, pertinent corres poudence is acceptable, but we reserve the right to publish only such as we approve. A FLOWERET FOR THJC GRAVE OF MRS. . IENA JOHNSON DURFBY OLDEST DAUGHTER OF CAPT J H. JOHNSON, AND BELOVED WIFB OF R. W. DURFBY, WHO ENTERED INTO REST, MAY 10 1902. Announcement, The Picket is authorized to an nounce the following named gen tlemen as candidates for Congress from the Eighth District : JOHT S. WILLIAMS, ' of Yazoo COL. CHARLES E. HOOKER of Hinds. W. A. MONTGOMERY, of Hinds. PATRICK HENRY, of Warren. Dots from Dark Corner. Miss Minnie Ewinsr. of Vano-hns is visiting her cousin. Miss Sharp tome again miss Minnie, we are always glad to have you in our neignoornooa. Mr J. R. Lock's family are on the sick list this week. We hope they will soon recover. Mr. W. H. Brown, has just returned from Jackson on a business trip. Drummers and fruit agents are making things lively in the neigh borhood now. Mr. Earnest Cook, of J made a flying trip to his old home on Friday last. We hope the next time Mr. Joe Ewing goes to Dokes creek to fish, he wont be too tired to set out his hooks when he gets there: Mr. Paul Whitworrh has been having a warm time this week hiving bess out of the tops ol very tall trees. He certainly deserves to have lots of honey We notice Magnolia has been more punctual at Sunday School since he found out who built the ark. , "Hyacinth" The grave was covered with the rarest, loveliest flowers, but every blossom seemed dead in the crushed and broken hearts those who wept over the spot w here the loving wife and mother lav in peaceful slumber. The sun shone in golden splendor but 0 how dark seemed the path those bereaved ones were tread ing. Sweetest songs the birds were warbling in the tree-tops over the grave, but sorrow had transformed them i into funera dirges. In the passing of Mrs. Lena Durfey, Canton has lost a large hearted, noblewoman; the hus band a devoted wife, the children a tender, loving mother, and the wide social circle a loyal friend When Death1 came as God's messenger a.id summoned this dear one to leave her earthly home and enter into the mansiou prepared tor her in the Heavenly land, a great shadow fell upon a hitherto cloudless household vvnen a ennstian motner is called to leave her helpless ehil dren without her love and unceas ing care, there is no human balm to assuage a wound like this7-no earthly light to brighten the sad dest picture we look upon in life. But thanks be unto God there is "no sorrow which Heaven cannot heal" and the God of the mother less will tenderly cherish these bruised, broken hearts. The precious mother's earthly form lies in the peaceful ceme tery "a place to lie down and JOB PRINTING WE- have just added to our y office a large assortment of new and up-to-date material and are now prepared to do all kinds of Printing on short notice at reasonable prices. : Give us your next order. , Yours to please, : J, The Canton Times. SUPERIOR PRINTING. 0 I I 1 s NOTICE sleep, out her immortal spirit Of 1C uruirinrv fr Aj-tm.. m i I - -..MS w m cuui.ug ui ner ed Bonds of the Citv of Canton. Weather Reprot For month of April, 1902. Station, Shoccoe, Miss. Maximum temperature, 85 de grees; date, 21st. Minimum temperature, 39 de gress; date, 1st. Total precipitation, 208 inches. No. of days Clear, 13- partly ciouay, 10; ciouay, l. Prevailing wind Direction, northeast. J. C. Pitchford, Voluntary Observer. GRADED SCHOOL, COLORED. loved ones where "beyond these voices there is peace." Ah, Al ! r i ... i uudUK vioa, mere is no awav: no love, no life goes ever from us; it goes as He went, that it may come again, deeper and - closer and surer; and be with us alwavs even unto the end of the world." 'And you shall shortly know that leneinened breath: Is not the sweetest gift God sends his friend. Ana that sometimes the sable pale or death Conceals the fairest boon his love can send. If we could push ajar the gates ui iiie, Mississippi The following teachers were elected for the next year. J. A. Carmicheal, Principal, .f Miss Sarah A. Page " Arleaf Montgomery. ' " Anna Pillows. " Luta Johns. . Mrs. Katie H. Ratliff. For Sale. At a rtsrular meftinir nt t.hn Knuc.l ..f . .... , " mayor una Aldermen of tin I i.v Canton, MissihKippi. held May 7, lUiii. i ne loiiowsiisr resoiul ions were adopted: Wherein Sail) Vhv hiiftnuUlmiiliriira uem in bonds amnuntiiir to fc'iftv nix L'liousund Doiiar which wan HUthor Zt-d by a vole of the Hle.-lnrd ..f ..I City, the interest, on which, bond hits tieen promptly pnid. and vvnereas. iwnd bonds to the amount f Ten Thousand Uullam issued t n,. n part for the conmr ji-tiou and exteu ioti of j,he water and light plant and r'ive Thousand Dollars to pay in part r me construction or a school build lie for the use of the wliiiu m..r.i woed by the Citv. are EiiU-.-t in demDtion and Dnvnirnl, nnd-i. iiuil.,n d!MD or the Code l)3 and it ix believed I licit v.u ...... t !. . . . , . ..... ...r ,v(-ui itiicrrnicHn i)e recuced And stand within and all God's by P,'inK off said ds and issuing l. I new hiinrls l.hij.f(ii.u lui It wuiKinir spo I .. . ' Wa-,,ij . Unsolved and ordered by this RnurH. wu,u emerprei ail tfilB dOUbt I hat it will at its next regular meeti., ana Strite, propose and provide lot the issuance Ana tor each mystery find a bonds of said Uty to the kev - I nuuPt ' Fifteen Thousand Dollar But nnt tnrlrt 17 ffk., i 't"-Purposes above mentioned to bear xnen oe content, I interest at a rate of not ire.eedinir ft poor heart; ( I per centum per annum, the interest joas plan, like hues pure and r cea ,y couPon l" be paid semi white unfold: annually on the Ut days of January una July la accordance with the pro visions of sections 3H and 3015 of the Uide 1893. Such bonds will be applied to the extinguishment paymeni. ana redemption of the liond-. Heretofore issuea Uv said i:itT for a ike innimt 'I'k. ... tJ . .. .....v ....uuu. . c oiU inner ana ilirnl Where tired feet with sandals .bond" 'X'ub'fed from S3 to )02 both 1 I tm.lllkive an) lku ..U I. I t uuae mav rpst i kuwi nuuae When we shall loelw j PaaH nnb"red from i to 10 both in wneu we snan clearly know and elusive, and such hnnd. m k n,i. nnHarlnnJ I l j . . . . - "uvioiawuu, I Krapnea ana issued in denomination. is only Sold In Sacks like this The Feed that keeps Mules up and feed bills down. kMaaMSBHKjfjF V. ar. lama. mo. Notice for Publico tioQ. We must not tear the close shut leaves apart; Time will reveal the calyxes of A nA it .1 i . . .. "nun wu-uugn patient ton we reacn the land T ib ruru iim isaueu in denominations 1 think that We shall say that of fiTe ho,'dred dollars each, to run for God knew bent 30 years with the option in said City Three beautiful building lots i on Liberty street, just north of Mrs. .uan Hairs residence. Lots w reel oy &)J feet. Price very low if bought.quick. Apply to 13 W. Lee Dwlins. , We waat a correspondent at ; everv neighborhood in the Pnnntv All must citm t.hoi'i. mgl nam. - & .... B MdilAC Ol. cTcry ueigauurnooa i have its news in The Times every week. 'Phone 140 when you want Job Printing. . J. H. H. to Pay lhm after five vrara Eesolved further, 'I bat according to Code, notice of the proposal to issue IVl Irvflllm Puhli8"d City, for three weeks U V U Vi U U lull xl preceeding the tb. day of June. . m I Iwi. and if within thut tima P. EVERY ACK. i a err "tiw n tsy J BEST FEED FOR Horses Cows. Der Centum of the adnlt (.. ... said City Khali petition sm.t the Is suance and refunding of said knnds, then the said bonds will nnt k r.r. ded snd isftoed. unless authorized by a majority of the elector, intlna . - election to be ardared for that nnn. The Clerk of this Hoard iii ,.i.k said newspaper with a copy of the iorenoinf. 19 t B Mm Clerk of the City of Canton, Miss Dkpartmekt of the Interior, i.anduffick at Jackson, Miss May 14. 1902. Notice is hereby (riven that the follow iu(f-neraea Settler lias tiled notice of main lent ion to make final proof in support of his claim, and t hat said proof will be made before the Chan cery Clerk. Madison Co.. atCanton Miss, on July 1. 1902, vir: Edward Catch Li,"; H. E. No. 81549. f.,r the sv u S&tf . section 23. township 12 ii..rti. ranjre 5 east of Choctaw Mer. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence noon i HQ cultivation nt o.. 1.1 I I . r .. Kernop. Oliver P. McDanlel. j i. Mark Lew. Jnhn tVhaU. .. n ..t wood Miss. FRED W. COLLINS 20"st Register ' Pica? jlMMaAftftlkMBk .fcaNiaJiA- I The Ttoic6alg)cg Hilled entf Monday ud Thtirwlij OMM-Dinf. has Imwd anbstltutvd for tbt Weakly PIc.yuDe. Bevidra all tb at. elleot feature, wbicb rada tbe Waekly ao popular durlnf the tin; mil or Ita eilatence, NKW DS PAimUHITS HAV1S HKKN AUDSD, TNMIWTtAPHIC NRWS UP TO II O'CLOCK THK NIGHT BKKOU1 TUB ISSUE Wll.r, BR PUBLIsUKO, and la eierj- respect Till Tl(!ff-i-Wflpk Piexunna 2 WILL BB POUND TUB MOST T. NEWST INTKIIICSTINO ANH IN. aTBUCTIVB PAPEB IN THS ( SOCTH. Altboufk eacb iaeue ef Tta Tt lew-Week Picayune i will contain 10 paste, maklaf tba ) total eTarj week u pam, w be real I tba Weekly waa only IS pifaa, llu . price of subscription remains tt tat I same fifura, 1 One Dollar a Year. THB ptCATDNI has maaa PEBJia- NENT ABUANOKMKNT wllb tbt i NKW 1TOKK UKHAM). by wblrb aU tbe IPROIAIi TELBGU.l'H SF.BV ICE of that gfeateat tt all aew. papers Is ptared at oar dlepflael ft slmnlraDaoaa publlratlon. tbua np pieinantlns, and often aBtlelpatlat, tka Aaaoelatad Preaa news, and la nrtna to tba readers of bote THS DAILY PICAIUNR and TBC TWICB-A-WKKK PICATCNB Tko Beat tmi L1t Hem ofthe Whole World. . . . pmm& k wm aaaav Feed r DONKEY ON EVERY SACK. KEEPS MULES UP AND FEED Ritei tf SflbscrfpUoR It tbt flctrm x tnmj ncayaaa 7 Paper a waes So, yesr.. ,...H lx nworba aaontas .. I On aunts aaaaday Picayaie j. to ji Paru. r"oa year TbTvlc. I Isaoad avery Maaday sad Taanday. e rear 1 bis mostas . .ae ample Coptea Sent Fr - TUB PICAVUNH, Bfii to J Pafa. ' f 13 Six Dootaa H f r oak Ptenyns ... Maw Or.U. For Sale. sRY IT. Money to Loan. rnu. i . trnnvfl BILL8 DOWN as Mrs. Dan Hall's place on west side Liberty, street, espieuuiu new, dwelling and twenty-fonr acres of excellent land. Apply quick to .13 W. Lee Dinkins. In sums lat oret nr cmll terms suitable to the borrower, i J. A. Turner has recently A. R. Poor. .come here from Jackson, MissM and conducts a first class baroer I shop near Durfey e Stable, jasks a liberal pstronsgd of tse Attorney-at Law. Up-to-date Jrh vi. - ' W Bh s va 1 .a.. . it iu prumpuy executed Times Office. ut K I rmM;. ifft iha wcnrfiftre that ayaj V I I U VA iv tl I i II I aauva va- Ihe rlease theta with bU'worki r r J. L