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GRENADA, MISS., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1887,
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j W. H LADD
/ 14. t. pavne!
3E or- coxrisrarsr.
■ Nettling With Hie Cmunijiwe,
■ There wa» 4 mail who had great
■ business ability. He was a jew. He
I |,ad net a cent, the last two state
I ,jienlH Ju nut at first eight appear to
I iiiteb, but truth in stranger than flc
■ (iou, There was auother man who
I pad the cent. He watt uluu a Jew.
I The ueutiess man with the ability
I was the hind of thing t!,e ability lose
I man with the oept vaa looking for.
I They made a partnership, line tbpus
I and dollars capital represented the
(tented partner, and the ability the
other fellow; and the combination
worked, They made money, and
made more and more atiil, until one
day the man who had had the capi
tal died, You see the Arm was lucky.
Jf the fellow with the business abili
ty had died the other fellow might
have "busted." The'partner who
died left all the property to his living
partner with this proviso that he
should put the original capital of $1,
000 in the coffin. He wanted capital
on the other side, you see, and I sup
pose be thought that fellows witli
business ability and no money were
Just as much in the majority there as
they are here. Well the surviving
partuer went to the rabbi and told
him about it. He was honest and
oonelentlous.
"You go and put It in the coffin—
the ♦1,000; you can afford It, and it
will make your mind easy," said the
rabbi.
The next time the rabbi met the
business mau he found him very bap
py
"Did you settle that thing?"
*'Oh, yes, that's all tlxed."
"And you put the 0,000 in the oof
flu!
"Yes, that is, I put a check there
payable to his order."
Slst.ra Lny. Brothers,
A girl girl is generally very selflsh
toiler brother. You don't often hear
of a young fellow giving up his mon
ey to his sister. He usually growls
Is she wants him to take tier to the
theatre, but if a hoy Is in t rouble his
slater wilU^tnd by him like a brick.
She'll not only give up her pocket
money, but she'll go and wheedle
some more out of her father to give
him. She'll fib, she'll prevaricate,
she'll beg. He'll hang about outside
Until she gets it uud comes out and
gives it to him. Then he will grab
ills hat and holt out of Die house.
And site does uot mind if lie does not
mind if he does not thank liea par
ticuluriy. He's her brother, and—
well—a wo—man always looks at a
kindness done to a man as its own
reward. A boy can generally wheed
le money out of his mother. Rut if
she cant give It to him out of Die
household cash, or her own pocket,
she has a tendency to spoil all hy
telliug his father what she wants the
money for. A girl cannot succeed
with her mother very often, but she
does not often fall witli Die old man.
And she's always more ingenious in
inventing necessities for it. A girl,
with all the more limited acknowl
edged needs of womankind for money
Will And at any time a more reason
able excuse for reqiiltelng It than a
man with a innumerable natural
wants God bless the sisters, anyway.
Auy one of them Is worth a whole
fbmlly of brothers. •
Judge R. M. Jackson,Of Ihis place,
is perfectly carried away with the
Peterkiu cotton. This year lie plan
ted a lot near his house in this cotton
as an experiment, and lust week de
cided to carry some of it to the glu.
He carried ljiftl pounds, the usual
amount for a 400-pound hale. Only
expected about that much, hut when
the cotton was ginned and the bale
Weighed, it tipped the beam at 550.
Both the seed cotton and the hale
Wore weighed hy the same balances,
beuee there in no mistake about it.
This ii the best turn-out for cotton
we ever heard of, and the Judge has
saved the seed pure and clean, and
will plant a large crop of it next year.
Not only is this cotton excellent in
quantity, but in quality also,—Ocon
nee (Oa.) Enterprise.
The Government's estimate of the
corn crop this year Is one-third less
than It was this time last year, and
in oonsequeuce corn Is quoted in
Chicago at )0 cents per bushel more
tbaii at any time durnlg the past
year. The farmers of this section
hava bom favored, and it heroines
tlmlr duty to preserve and rave every
bushel of oorn on their place and
Insure to themselves a lull supply
without buyiug more, t'nrn Is valu
»ble this year, and the mau forced to
"«'»Prlug w|H pmy very high
for l|AbrtMlwii Wwkly.
to
on
the
not
Die
tills
ter
feel
tude
that
of
S.
tii.it
being
ville,
a
finger
not
fur
had
dozen
(illlc,
could
had
was
good
mailed
Co.,
The
mone
Hold
If
$3.30
•10. J. Austin 4 Go's.
diXJM.
great
He
state
to
flc
who
Jew.
ability
lose
for.
tbpus
the
the
and
one
capi
lucky.
abili
might
who
living
he
$1,
sup
witli
were
as
told
and
it
the
the
bap
There is no surer way (o waste
corn than to f6od it in the ear, hard
and indigestible. t(j hogs late in the
fall that have been used to other and
softer feed. The hogs will eat It we|J,
as theirgums gre tender and the bard
kernels make their
What they do eat gives them little
good, gs may be seen by examinuig
their e.'cerement. Kill such an anp
mal after one or two weeks' feeding
with corn iij the ear, and its intes
tines will lie found worn thin by the
rougli food it has eaten. We doubt
whether there is profit in feeding
uusbelled hard corn ip hogs at any
age. It js, perhaps, (he most con
venient way for the loay,: shiftless
farmers; but, like most ofliis exped
ients to avoid trouble, there is no
profit in it.
While admiring President Cleve
land for the dignity and integrity and
patriotism that characterize every
sentence of his message, we express
the hope that the Democrats in Con
gress will so patriotically attempt to
legislate as to make Grover Cleve
land, the candidate of the party,
invincible in the next presidential
election. This, in our humble opin
ion, esn best be accomplished by
reducing the revenue not only from
imports, but from the internal revuue
system.,—Augusta Chronicle.
mouth sora.
The Grand Jury, as will be seen hy
their report, passed quite a merited
compliment on bis Hon'. Judge A. T.
Roane, by recommending him in
such high terms to the Govern
oof
or for re-appointment. Judge Roane
has without a doubt since his
occupancy of the bench of this Judi
cial District, discharged the onerous
and difficult duties of the position,
ably and coiicientinusly,and will, we
presume, he his own successor.—
Charleston News.
if
or
&
of
I'lompl.a by a Grateful Heart
And the belief that good can be done
to others, the writer of Die following
onuld not resist forwarding this testi
mony. It came as all ail testimo
nials come to the Swift Specific Co.
unsolicited, and its frankness and
earnestness speak better than vol
utnes of labored and perfuntory
praise. The lady is a prominent
teacherin thepublic schools of Mont
pelier, Williams county, Ohio.
MoNTPBMKB, O., Sept. 2, 1887.
The Swift Sped tic Co., Atlanta, Ga:
Gentlemen—1 wisli to proclaim to
the world what S. S' S lias done for
me. For the past ten years I have
been affiicted with dreadful eruptions
on my face, caused hy ivy poison. I
was under the treatment of physi
cians, but obtained no relief. I tried
the best "blood purifiers" in the
market, but without avail, t hud
given up ill despair, thinking I could
not he cured; hut Impelling to read
Die Detroit Journal, I noticed 8. 8. S.
advertised and read Mrs. Bailey's
testimonial. I thought I would try
tills remedy. I have taken eight
bottles, and there is not a spot on my
face. It has also cured me of chronic
catarrh. I have never enjoyed bet
ter health than I do at present. 1
feel like a new person. I cannot find
words sufficient to express my appre
ciation of its merits, and the grati
tude I feel for the the glad tidings
that came to me through the reading
of that advertisement. Wishing you
every success, I am Yours truly,
Josik Owen,
ters,
sale
care
at
the
as
the
tin
are
dred
make
C.
large
prices.
.Mrs. Scott Liston, ltd Zune street
{Island) Wheeling, West Virginia,
writes Oct. 24th, 1887: "Having used
S. S. S. for the blood, I can safely say
tii.it it heals anything I have used to
cleanse the blood and make a new
being out of a person-"
Mrs. B. W. Wilson, of Hopkins
ville, Ky., writes: "Seven years ago
sore developed on my nose from a
finger null scratch, I tried a few
simple remedies, hut the sore would
not yield, 1 grew worse every year
fur seven yours, Many thought I
had a cancer. Over a year ago I
commenced taking S. S. H., and two
dozen bottles entirely cured me.
"When 1 begun witli Swift's Spe
(illlc, I was in very poor health, and
could hardly drag about. After 1
had finished the course of S. 8. 8., 1
was strong uud bmiynnt and had n
good appetite. I regard it as a most
valuable medicine for ladies in weak
delicate health. It is a household
Ciier
see
cels
ada.
get
medicine witli me.''
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
The Swift Specific
mailed free.
Co., Drawer.3, Atlanta, Ga.
Wo
ders
for
t lie
The best shoe in the world for the
•y Is Jauiss Means' $3.00 shoe,
by C. J. Austin A Co.
mone
Hold
If you waut a barrel of flour for
$3.30 call on A. T. Inman.
(
the
and
6
the
no
-
to
sure esc r iptr'xoiT s-janosa.
One Yeah, in advance,.
Six Months, " .
AA-wartlBl Jig- SSjito*.
Su' k's. j 1 mo . | 3 mim j (j inns j 1 year !
1 Inch '$ 2 isPT ! foQ Olio I $12 Si ■
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10 00
li 00 b 13 oo
14 00
10 00
$i 50
7p
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12 00 20 00 I
10 00 I 25 00'I
20 (St | 30 0<i 1
24 00
33 00
Kiis Paper is entered at the Postofflce;
•t Grenada, MU.** as 2d class matter.
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IM 1*0111 A N I NOT I < V.
Owing to the impn cctlepteil rapid growth j
Hiib«(.riptioij list within the past few]
weeks, we wjU in
inff the Ga/httk a few hours earlier than
heretofore. Persons, wi-ship# local jualtpror
advertisements Inserted will ureiitly ; :'!i«o
the publishers hy hapdiu^ ,>r semlin;; in the
i by or before Thursthiy noon oi eaeh
week. We eai.not insure jJic*. insertion of lo
r«l matter handed in on i'Vitlav morning.
of
til; lire t)j,ve to 1;
p print
LOCAL LINES.
The veO' latest Htylcs in Millinery,
at Austin's.
A. T. Inman will sell you a barrel
of Hour for $3.60.
"And a RiTTi.r; mohe CIDKK,
too," at Mrs. Loeweijstein's.
If you wish to buy a good, gentle
pony, cheap, call on it. H. Winter.
-O-Y- S-Ta E—It—S—
at Mrs. Loevyenstein's, Hooray !
Try "Level Best," at Inman's, it is
a splendid chtwing.tobgcco.
01 > H. H, \\ inter.
'lines.
If you want a good brood mare,call
Prices to suit the
hi
Moss will give you more
groceries for less money than any
one else, try him!
Dealers should use Cuff&Wllitakers
Kentuekey sweet apple coder it ex
cels all other brands,
R. H. Winter has about fifty head
of horses and mares, which will be
sold low down, for cash.
Fur I'ent,
A front room up strirs, suitable
for an olllue. Apply to R. H. Gordon.
Cuff'A Whitakers Kentucky swee;
apple cider, in all size packages nt\d
at lowest pi ices.
The M. & T. Ice-cur arrives at Gre
nada at noon on Wednesday and
Saturday of each week.
/'/(.« o'clock in the morning is the
hour Mrs. Loewenstein opens her
Restaurant. Rejoice ye hungry ones!
How to be pretty: wear one of
those nobby Yachting bats, which
you cun get at Austins' for 75cts.
Get prices from J. 15. Snider, agent,
if you want a Gullet gin, cotton press
or other farm machinery.
Ladles, wear the celebrated P. I).
Corset, the best and most perfect-tit
ling corset made, to be found at Aus
tin's
J. K.
if
the
and
he
-5
I'n
'lay.
tin's
Consumers ot that delicious bever
age, cider,should not fail to tr\ Cutl'A
Whitaker's Kentucky sweel apple
eider.
Isn't it h ii awful shame, little chil
dren, that each of you hasn't one ol
those lovely Yachting hats ai \ustin
& Co's.
The largest and latest assortment
of Millinery at Austin's, presided
over by an accomplished mid artistic
milliner.
I
For Sato.
A second hand, large size heating
stove. In good order, and will be - old
cheap.
Come and see me in my new quar
ters, corner building west of \A . N.
Pass.
Fifty head of horses and mares for
sale at bottom figures, as I do not
care to feed them. R. H. Wl.VTl'.K.
Ozark Cider and Vinegar for sale
at Cut! & Whitaker's Guaranteed
the best, ask for it and try no other.
The largest and cheapest, as well
as best, line of ladies' underwear in
the city, can lie found at C. J. Aus
tin & Co's.
The Grenada Oil and Compress Co.
are selling hulls ai 25 cents nei hun
dred pounds, and from this dale will
make mi effort to supply Die demand.
C. J. Austin A Co. have a very
large slock of misses' and childrens'
Rouhlc-Kiiec Stockings, the iiesl
manufactured, at astonishingly iuw
prices. (
B. H. Gohimi.v.
Neigi.e Igham.
it
,
and
sold
A.
six
for
J.
IV ANTED
Every body to know Dint Cuff A
Whitaker keeps tile celebrated Ozark
Ciier with oakes to match. Call ami
see them.
Our stock of Ladies underwear ex
cels anything ever brought to Gren
ada. Come, examine Die goods and
get prices, and you will surely huv.
6. J. Austin A Co.
Wo have handled all brands of ci
ders with a view of gelling Die best
for our retail trade. The Ozark fills
lie bill, and we recommend ii to both
oonsumer and dealer as having no
comparison.
Onrr A Whitaker.
Hotico for Publication.
Land O,
year ! .iiiiiL-.
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50
Novi tube
Notice is ht.rchv iflvtui that thf winy
nit huh! set Ilf i hit. lilej notifeof his •iitention
iupporf • >!
til* lie Ion* till
the Ci^rk
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growth j
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than
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n •! VCK.SON, MlSK.,1
veiuber 1. ishT. i
Notice i-t heir.hy t ;ivcft the
s tiled noticcof his.
;il .•filial iirooj in .Mipport of nisei
th H ! haid prooi will made l-.efor
t he Circuit ('jcrl
tie- follow liikr
*it trcu:.
print
ll'lnn
ih
7 ii(!>
his
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.ida. Mi'-s.. o
cinbei •_»«;, is's
tend No In,7:
f he following wit in
f lien
.Hot
f lie N orth 1 soil* It. n ■
ill- a:
ip L'.i !■;
' t
prove lil.se
dilti v at ion
n. Williai
•e upon, i
land, viz: John Weir, 1
•s I hi lam
•, ;•)! of
Miss
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Notice tor Publication.
I.AM, OKFICK AT .
' K SON . M 1SS., /
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r liU h, 1SS7,
Noth'
nanu-ti settler has tiled <
to make f1iia» proof in
and ttn
f lie followill*?
f his
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a in'
f Will be
Hill' hi ft
111 -
JU(i'4«-.
". tin
!•• rk
of (trenad:
Janmir
stead N
ship 21 X. I
•. :v>, viz: K •• r
i* , for the I
7 K. He i
witnesses to prove his i until:
upon, and eulth atio
Johnson, Sterling J ..
Grenada, Miss.. .1. Woods. o| He<Ulimr.
«'alhouu Co., Miss. ,l.\-. H. sri'w
[12 17-tit no.ls
I lie follow li
of. Sili't l.llltl, \
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is
i
f School Laud.
!
suantto
•dor
»f the hoard of Hu
tho Deeem
d eoinmis
U'visors < ( f (Irenmla countv
ber term thereof
slom r will, »
comber, 18S7,
tin* i ourthouse, at puMie <
-"iirs, 'ease to th-> liitfhent l.dflilej
umh
the
■ it ii. .|
. the Jlst day of 1,
•l Hit
is't rn dt
■ry,within 1,-gal
hi
a to
<>rs!
.ars. the foliowinir
ex
be
of
I'll. 1 n w 1 ,
seel i
<i township
c I
n eredit
n
sureties to in* approved hy the coMmi
slonoi Said WiikI will "t -old in sul-di Yi-itc
if it h*. found to tin* interest of tin county
I,, i*. Ti'hner. I'Diiiiu'r.
Now that tiie liolidny season is ap
proaching, and there will be numer
ous persons who will want a hand
some present to give or send to a rel
ative or friend, or a sweetheart, it
may be well that we tell the people
where such things can he found and
purchased at astiionisliingly low pri
Messrs Branutit A Goodwill
have a large stock of these goods, of
the latest style and loveliest finish,
consisting of dressing eases, toilet
sets, poems, illustrated Billies, scrap
and autograph albums, and standard
hooks of ail kinds; besides various
other articles too numerous to men
tion. They make a specialty of fine
holiday goods, on which they give
prices that connot lie beaten. So,
when you want anything in this line
he sure to call at liruntim & G
Will's.
Iti
Mry. Loewn'nsteiiT :inriounocn to lu r
friends mul the public generally th«
following reduction in rates:
-5 cents; Lodging, 25 cents Tablt
Board, $4 per w
Hoard and Lodging,
M.tiN,
.
S'
per month:
sient Board and Lmiving. $1 per
i 1 i .34-1 f. !I
I'n
'lay.
Nlllll'l'.
I wisli to say to Die public general |
!y that I am now prepured to furnish j
the very best
pickets, jil lowest pi
quality. Also
iii iiifii t ions.
Nov. S',, Dv
ami m ;iu \
to eover houses of uny i
Respectfully
F, 1*. I X'ik'a m
Cyp.tss shingles, anil I
RCADERS WANTED.
Mrs. Alary Wood desires :i limileil
uumlier of hoadors, who will he.giv-l
on wry reasonable rates and good I
For furtlier information call
>o:i rd.
I
on .Mrs. W
I.
Having returned after
of a vliort season, I wish to inform I
my friends and citizen' that they
get illy services as cheap as ally M.|
I). for like services in all parts of my !
profession._ J .1. Gage, i
Willi every can of A T. Inman's
Bouquet Baking Powders you tun j
you are presented with a i'leautifiil |
colored-glass goblet tlmt is worth!
more than you pay for the Baking :
Powders,_ I
Mini
anu I d,i|*
absi'iu'*'
•■in
WAV 1 l;l), MADE m i.I-,
Gentlemen to know thit the Ozark
Brand Cider at Cull'A Whitakers has
no oaunl, is absolutely pure
conscientiously recommended to all.
Try a glass
Therein no better or purer rider
manufactured than Cult'A Whitaker
Kentucky sweet apple eider, ll is , Eve
delicious and will -uit your taste, j l
fry ll. Sold in all size packages,umi
it retail.
for

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Itm.oe'r ^ } liiina'i s
toqnet 1 k "g 'owders just reeelv. .
, a! TT 1 ''"
box7f he liiDm, P, « h'! #ud '' V, ' r - Ml
l,ox Ul " BaM'ig loaders.
Lickfold has the pr-ttiest and best
line of Jewelry, and best selected Ho1
slock I11 town, nil new goods. Call
and examine before purchasing else
where. _
A new and well selected line of
those Jeans Pants have just been
celved at A. T. Inman's and will be
sold very cheap.
You can buy g barrel of fiour a!
A. T. Inman's for almost any price—
from three dollars and illty'ceiUs to
six dolla rs and a half. _'
P. 1). Corsets, the best in Die world
for lading, are sold in Urennda hy O,
J. Austin 4 Co.
ro
new
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Ale, Porter, Mineral Water, Cigars, Etc.
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Grenada, Miss,
TTTGh TBADE SOI-sXCJTBID.
JOHN CECjf?CE S OLO STAF 4 P,
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
'I
MHien in need of a fine pair of Shoes call on
us. The Shoe store is the place to buy Shoes.
A, W. WHSTAKER & CO'S.
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CELEBRATED OZARK CIDER.
WORKS LOCATED:
7 & k Howard Row, Memphis. Tenn.
FIU'IT ORCHARD*:
Ozark Mountains,
M issourl.
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We wish to cal! the
attention of the public
to a
U
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now open ami read\ to meet competition,
guamntee our figures, ami would be
used to have our friends call and see ns.
All we ask is a trial.
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'Loeateil on Main street, one door south of
. Erannm A (roodwin's drugstore.
GRENADA, flliSS.
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: Having upmed a shop on Depot St., i
I am now prepared to do all kinds of'
work in my line, such as
mms users, sums, etc
Mini putting on m w on i'm,
I d,i|* s mv Hilii'iit'iLiiml :
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GRENADA. MISS.
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Ymir or
any years ex
perience it, my husines-, wan ants 11,e
in guaranteeing nil my
, Eve
j l heuy
Wild Cherry arc! Tar.
rybody I; nows the virtues
I Tar as a relief and
for any all', elion of the throat nod
• tings. Combined with these two ui
gredienls a-e a few simple healing
remedies in the composition ol Dr
. Bo-auk., s Cough and Lung Svruo, 1
making il just the article you si.oiud j
Ml "' lvs I '»V4* in the house fur coughs.
colds, croup and bronchitis.
Hold'tmllnci! ® ampk '* free '
Ho1 ' 1 ""KhesA Nance,
of Wild
cure
!
Price
laid
Curo for Sick Headache. I
For proof that Dr. Gunn's Liver I
Pills cure Sick Headache, Ask your I
Druggist for a free trial package, j
Only one for a dose. Regular size I
boxes, 24 cents. Sold hv Hughes*
Nance. March 1st
Dr. Curin'* Liver Pllla.
Removes constipation, prevents!
malaria, cures dyspep.-m, and gives I
new life to to the system. Only one
Inr a dose- 1'ieo > i:"ple-'at Hughes
4 Nance.
I»pl.' 1
SHORT LINE
w.-.-ii y, mpais, T
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Orleans,
J.ouisiiin/i.
L::;::;::: i 7gsnessee and Illinois Ceair&l E. I,
Schedule in Eflhct tIctotier 16th, is-:.
NOH1 l! I
n nil
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in; Ar Memphis I.vi 5 20 p in
' 10 a in Lv Hernando Lv| ti to p ni
7 5N a nil Lv Senatobia Lv li 42 p m
Lv 7 lo p m
Lv 7 47 p m
Lv s :i4 ji in
; 4 50 a in!Lv Grenada Lv 0 30 pm
i II 5D a in ji.v Winona LviltlOopni
1 2 55 ani I, v Durant I.vlliopiu
I 4n a in I.v Canton Lv|12 3(1 a m
12 43 a mit.v Jackson. Lv 122am
I" 54 |i in Lv Brookhavenl.v 3 2s a m
i o 45 (, in: Lv McComti C. Lvj 4 28 a m
, 7 40 p injLv lianiiiiund Lv| l, 30 a m
i 0 00 P ni|Lv NewQrleatisAr s 20 a m
So roi s Aci-orri n.
' in Ar .Memphis Lvj 4 fefi p m
7 52 a m|Lv Whitelm'n Ar 6 10 pin
7 40 a ni|Lv Hornlake
7 23 a mjLv Neshit
7 os a mjLv Hernando. Ar
II 53 a mjLv Love
ii 12 a mjLv Cold water
H 2" a ni|Lv Seiffitobia . Ar
li 0(i a m Lv Como .
5 50 a 111 Lv Sardis
STATIONS
a m l.\
mils
j l)
] " 38 a ti,j Lv lialesville
> 45 a 111 l.v Oakland
in
-eTTiT
! 8 b
\ r| 2 30 p m
\r 5 48 ji ni
(100 p m
Ar li 0(1 p m
Ar 0 20pm
6 18 p ni
Ar ti S6 p m
Ar 7 00 p m
ARBUCKLES'
name on a package of COFFEE is a
guarantee of excel letioe
ARIOSA
COFFEE Is kept in all first-class
•tores from the Atlantic to the Paotflo.
COFFEE
is never good when exposed to the air.
^O^^UND d PACKA e OK. lr
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