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THE BEST SERVICE IN GREENWOOD
ANTHONY'S TRANSFER Passenger and Baggage You may rely upon prompt and efficient service. All you have to do is to leave orders at Locke's Drug Store, or Telephone. . Office, Both Phones 61; Residence, Cumb. 178, Valley 134 Gleason & Barnwell, Cotton Buyers, l : Greenwood, Mississippi. ; ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦••♦♦♦♦♦♦♦4444444444 44444 4444 444< WE WILL FILL YOUR HOUSE WITH Good Lump Coal Weights guaranteed. We solicit your business. C. E. WRIGHT ICE & COAE COMPANY ■: v v » - « & , » fi : <5 ; ■ AS WELL AS « - '• ; r,' School and Office Supplies ■ - (8 AT id V C. E. GILLESPIE & CO.'S - m ■ ■■■ « j' BOOK AND CHINA STORE gj ■ i if; & ::: & Where you can find bargain:, in % I Tablets and Boxed Paper I * V : ■: ■ fl w « '(If,®; «♦♦♦♦♦♦4444444444444444444 I Timber Lands X ! AND t Plantations | t for Northern Z Buyers ❖ 0 ? 4 4 * •: -7 V J Wo havo over thirty Northern « offices and five paid men looking « up purchasers. This gi ves ns the host equipped real estate business in Mississippi. If you cannot call • at the main office, send plats, de * scriptions and price. W T e can get J y°n a quick sale. 4 x *> REALTY 00. % ♦ O Main Office, Greenwood, Miss. Y ♦ 4 4«>4-;-«>4444444«'4 5«»44t4»*4 c I ! î Lands j I for Sale X j I have a large lot of land,both improved ami unimproved,for sale cheap on easy terms. Fine tim ber, and for fertil ity it cannot be sur passed. :: :: :: :: :: « t ♦ 4 4 4 * 0 * A ! I <b : J. L. HALEY ITTA bena, miss. tr *> © % • • • c :< ? <y >*■ I 1 1L ïLm ; f . I <b .. i i Jackson, Mississippi. i Chance to Buy Fine Horse and Buggy ; I ; i /■ J niiimol Mrnll A first - class animal wen (lantcd to both riding and ! I ; : ; ' ! Apply to driving. W. S. CUNNINGHAM ■ Delta Machine Works GREENWOOU, M'SS. General contract shop. New ami second-hand Machinery. :: :: •• •. T. J. PHILLIPS Sanitary Plu mbing Steam and Gas F i tting Katimatcs cheerfully famished. I ! NEWS AND NOTES ALONG THE RIVER V Steamboat men learn with regret the '} death of C'apt. Charles Dotsai, of Mein 4 ; phis, which occurred at the home of his I brother in bit tie Hock, Ark. Ho was j well known and liked along the Missis sippi river from St. Louis to New Or , 1 leans. Secretary Metcalf has established the following schedule of salaries for local inspectors of steamboats throi gh out the country: For each inspector in the Xew York District, ,500 a year; lo district of Evansville, Louisville, Memphis, Nash, illo Cincinnati, Galves ton Jacksonville, SI,200; in district of Savannah, Ga„ Charleston, s. C., and Hittsburg, Pa., 91,509; in district of St. Louis and Mobile, SI.800; Chi. j Haven, Mich., and Norfolk, Va, $2.000; j Philadelphia, Boston, Baltimore, Buffalo I and New Orleans, $2,250. î go, Grand t A Memphis special lo the of yesterday says: "What is believed to be tlie largest tow over handled in tlie freight t rallie history of tin? Missis sippi River has been lai del' here in safety by the Vernie Mac, a steamer < f not more than ordinary size and owned by the Anderson Tully Company. Logs chained and braced together, forming a complete chain of timber, which cov ered an area of over forty-seven acres, were successfully landed. The tow, if each tier were placed in lino, would reach over a distance of eleven and one-half miles. The distanco covered by the river in towing the raommoth flotilla of logs over 1,00 mile 3 ." Enquirer Arrival and Departures of Boats. Steamer Osborn cleared Wednesday on time and arrived last Saturday with a trip of lumber from Bear Creek. Steamer Choctaw cleared Thursday with it good trip and went as high as Duncan's. On her trip down she han dled 1,500 feet of lumber at Phillip City for Sarah Mound plantation. Steamer Greenwood failed to come through last week, presumably 01 ac count of light traffic. Capt. Luekett says that the Talla hatchie river is In a bad condition for navigation. Shoal water and sunken timbers seems to be the trouble. Mr. Bob Williamson went out as clerk the steamer Osborn last week. The boats are nil getting ready for the cotton scaso i. Hiver falling. Bii.uk M< Bkk. Notice to the Members of the Ben Humphrey's Rifles. (General Order No. 7-11.) Every member of Company G, who capture! the heart of a fair maiden while at the encampment at Biloxi, is ordered to buy her a diamond ring at The Palace. bargains in box P;i peteris—200 boxes drum mers samples, bought at a bargain; sold same way at Leon Steins. Big 3 ns good as anoth That is the reason One man's money er s—but no better, that Weiler has but one price to one and all, with goods marked down in plain figures. For Sale. A fine square piano, in perfect condi tion and tune. easy payments if bought at once. A. Weiler & Co. Will sell for $75,00 on Call on Miss Holen Grantly who will be re membered for lier excellent work in "Her Lord and Master" and "In The Palace of The King" will open her •South ern tour early in Oct. Manager Delcher is engaging one of the best Companys obtainable to support his popula star. We want to show you onr pretty line of Meerehaum pipes, cases, pouches, and everything for the smoker. Haines Druu Store. Your Heart. When Your Heart Fails to Pump Your Blood, Trouble Results. Have you heart trouble? You have, If you find It hard to breathe after walking up »lairs, exercising, etc. If you have pain In your left side, In chest, back or shoulder. If you suffer cold extremities, pale face, blue lips, dry cough, swollen ankles. If you have fainting spells, breast pang, palpitation, redness of the face, discomfort In Bleeping on one Ride. Thc only Bcientlflc trpatraent for thls whole train of troubles is Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure Is the prescription of a famous specialist, whose great success In treating obstl nate nervous heart disease has made his name pre-eminent in the medical and scientific world. The medicine will cure you. We know it. We want you to prove it. If first bottle does not benefit, your druggist will give you back your money, "I havo for several years suffered at limes with heart trouble. I got so bad I could not sleep half the night, and had to sit up on the side of the bed Jots of times to get breath. Three of mv brothers have died of heart trou ble. and X thought I was going the same way, but about two and a Tnlf ago I got a pamphlet si»out Lr, New Heart Cure and thought I try a few bottles. After using recovered, and have had better health since then than before for several years. 1 can heartily recommend them for heart trouble."—REV. JERRY HURT, Paator Baptist Church, Hurt, Kant*. fr. in sss would thorn I FREE £ Writs to us for Free Trl.il Package of Dr. Mil«a> Anti Pain Pilla, tho New Scientific Remedy for Pain. Also Symptom Blank. Our Specialist will diagnose your ease, tell t, Our country Wends should never fail to buy or order through the "Toethina," for It surely All* j The bill, for teething children's ills. ! "Teethtna" aids digestion, Ungulates ! the bowels of children of any ago and makes toothing easy, and c,-is only 25 cents at druggists. 8ep-8-2t. Hook wood. tail Hoard and room for cou- ! pie. Must not bo further than two blocks from the Southern depot. Ap ply to J. R. Reagan. WANTED. Ca •ick has removed to W. Market Ht., whore ho will be pleasocl to see old customers as well as new. auKJ-lt Do not forget that Leon Stein is a leader in school books and supplies. Wo are showing an ele gant line of white shirt waists, which are offered at $1.00 up to $'1.00. The F. R. Austin Dry Goods Co. The Dal a oo nuf soil. of f Wo have just received a lull line of Edwin Clapp shoes. Barrow A Price, In time Watch Weiler; he is getting fall and winter trade. of peace prepare for war. eady for T. The F. R. Austin Dry Goods Company lias receiv ed another supply of Buster Brown collars. riM.,-.., I 1 110} ate ! the latest. •3. We still have a good line i shoes left j which Ave are anxious to | close out cheap. Barrow u of Banister ; & Price. The largest lino of school books ami supplie Stein's Book store. carried in the city at over Take a look at our swell j line of Edwin Clap]) shoes. ! Barrow & Price. . Desirable summer foot j wear call be bought at- a j great saving at the F. U \ Austin Dry Goods Co. Dig lt line of oxfords offered at: surprisingly low prices. When ii eed anything in the «owing machine line it la to your interest to) call or write me. I have had fifteen years experience in the business and al orders will be filled promptly. Lee Ar terbury, the dealer; 217 W. Market st. Manager James B. Delcher lias pur chased for his popular star Miss Helen j ,, Grantly, a suinptious Bullinan car which j she will use her tour this season, i opening early in Oct.. Miss Grantly [ will be seen in a big scenic produe- j tion. Needles and of sewing machines at the Singer office ; in the Austin building. ccessorie« for all makes Chillifuge Bromo-Sedative Tablets need only a j °® ingle trail to prove their merit. ]n acute pain if there is any trouble in ! swallowing the tablet, they are readily! dissolved in a little water, and ate prompt in their action when taken this : way. In violent headaches, their action ! is very much increased by the patient f °r . . , i retiring to a dark room well ventilated, i 1 If the headache is produced by indi gestion or other disorders, it is best to 1 empty the stomach by taking a glass of warm water with salt or mustard, and then follow with Bromo Sedative Tablets in which the relief is almost instantane ous. The Bromo-Sedative Tablets are designed to relieve the headache and to cool the fever, quieting cramps of all kinds, and at the same time strengthen ing the iicart. They positively relieve that tired feeling so common to nerv people, who have relied for the longest time on hcadaene tablets and opiat< s, < r other drugs, harmful to the nerves and digestion as well. They arc harmless. Get a box for 25c at your druggist, or write Finlay, Dicks & Co., Ltd. New Orleans. University of Mississippi j IT Twenty-six Schools offer courses in Science, literature and the Arts,, and professional courses in Law, ; Electrical Engineering. Civil Engi neering, Education, Medicine. Tuition free to men and women, except for courses in Law and Medi cine. All expenses very low. tractive location. Perfect sanitation. Complete water, sew er, lighting and heating systems. Purest deep well water used. Greatly enlarged scientific equip ment, and new buildings. Admir ible arrangements for women stu ients in Women's Hall. New board ing hall for men. Special opportu nities for student* of limited means, Session of 1904-5 opens Sept. 22, 1904. Summer Term, 1905, opens June 13. For catalogue or bulletins or spe cial information, address, K. B. FULTON, Chancellor. àmm. University, Mi*». The sius onr large from yon At of etc. U +++ :■+%'+++++■!•++ *+•> I • • OFFICERS E. R. MiSllAXK, I'iiesidknt A. MeC. KI.MliliorOII. Vi. I : I'ki.sipi Nr W. T. bOG( 11.VS, t'.vsiliKli A. H. I1EW, Assistant Cash it:it DIRECTORS A. Met'. KIMBUOIGII W. T. LOGGIXS K. it. Misha m: $ K. WUIGIIT -, ! w. c. tiEoitdi: W. W. Mi-MCIU, It. T. JONHS A OF GREENWO Capital $250,000 Surplus $02.000 Î * Does a General Banking Business. Solicits Accounts of Planters. Merchants, Corporati ions and Individuals. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits and Stockholders' i 4 y. Liability, $550,000 + ■S +++++++++++T-l"'.-l-H"H-H-:.4.+*++4-*+++.p+++t < .4. +++++4 . + 4. +++ , M ..j. +4 , +1 . ++H| . ++++ti! , + . Hi+++++t ^ * PROFESSIONAL ( ARDS. for T. M. WmSTSIONK ,1. W. WADS WHETSTONE & WADE Attorneys at Law GREENWOOD, MISS, I Offloe In Hew butldl jiltoriilon Klvmi lo all ! Un I : pt and clone fin glues*. INotary rub »flloo. •3. H. COLKUAN A. 8. men i j | u COLEMAN & HIDER ATTORNEYS AT LAW ; Wilt practice In all the Stale anti l-Ydo ■s. Prompt ion give o all bus î. SAMUEL ViN E. I- MOONUH GWIN & MOUNGER Attorneys and Counsellors at Law Greenwood, Mias. »I I ICE OVfH DEI j ! . P. YEltUHH : v. mui !.. M. 80UT Yerger, Southworth &■ Hughston j ATTORNEY AT LAW j Wll l practice In all the State and Federal \ lt , v POLLARD & HAMMER (' rls Greenwood, Miss. , PUJ,BARI) IAMNF.I Attorneys and Counsellors Office over Bank of Leflore Greenwood, Miss, Will practice in all courts. State and Federal Motto; I'romptne to) and ace •y WILLIAMSON & STONE Attorneys at Law GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI j ,, j Practice In State, District, find County c iris i [ j McCLURG, GARDNER & WHITTINGTON ATTORNEYS AT LAW ; ottiez on river front Greenwood, Mias, J. W. DULANEY Physician and Surgeon GREENWOOD, MISS. j °® ce •*) i * e » BuUdlnK- Hoars, 8:30 to 11:3 a-m.l 2:80 todiSOp. m. Both Phonos, ! D. P, MONTGOMERY Justice of the Peace and Ex-Offiicio Notary Public : ! Hav'ng qualified ax JusMce of the I f °r DPtr'ct ;j or ncfloro county I i prepared to attend to al) buxlnesx brought before mo. Uognbir i house the fir.xt Tluml ws 1 an be found at Judge Ooie court, dayx at t bo court. :b month, 's office. 1 J. D. WILBORN DENTIST Office up stairs over Crockett's drug store Greenwood, Miss, G. B. STEWART DENTIST Greenv/cod, Miss. T. J. HARVEY General Contractor and Builder Lowext prl j kinds of building material. Greenwood, T/Iisa, on Brick. Lumber and all IT WOULD BE TO YOUR INTERST TO INSURE IN THE New York Life Insurance Co. ; M FATHEREK, Agent The only exclusive residnet life insurance agent in Greenwood. For Sale. Now Homo, White, Standard and Hro sius No-Treadle Sowing Machines. Gel onr pr ices before haying. It is to your interest as well as ours, large stock on hand, bought directly from tiro factory for cash. Wo will save yon money. -Leo Artcrbury, the old re liable machine dealer, 217 W. Market street, Greenwood, Mis*. We have a We have a complete line of suit eases, traveling bags, etc. Barrow & Price. You don't have to get a coffin so soon U y«i tvt Carrick attend to your toot. t-N'WbTW-f.j -V '*> f-• They all like i(, and come again-next time bringing friends who arc also delighted and come again. : I ; . . ■ All t he drinks usually served at a Soda Fountain, Our Ice Cream Wo want you to Ret in the habit of com to see UK, . . * Is really better than the rest, for we make it of pure ciearn, using pure Iruits—that is why it is becoming so popular. Suppose you try it, too. * i i <t> - i-t'îO'S-N 1 ■ 444-« t • 444S A Telephone in ! Your Home « -c > 2 2 % ♦ 2 in not only a convenience worth more than the small monthly rental charged, but it is a priceless protection to your family when you arc absent from home. 4 2 v V i THE YAZOO VALLEY TELEPHONE & TEL EGRAPH COMPANY v % 2 < O'! Va :< ïEm'" J§< Ï < >f H m Wa) r '<d7ZÏ « t has placed good service within easy reach of every citi zen of Greenwood, the patronage of home people. It is a home company and deserves Vk. S. CUNNINGHAM MANAGER ♦ «♦♦«444«*«»444«4444«44*»4444»44*44»444444«4444444'»4i Stewart Bros. Cotton Co., Cotton Buyers < > Represented In Greenwood by C. C. GILLESPIE. RESIDENCE FOR SALE Four rooms, hall 12x10 feet, front porch 8x28 feet, bath and sewerage; back porch 12x10 feet, lots 87|x 150 feet. Possession Sep tember 1. Apply, R. P. Williamson, Greenwood. Miss. Cheap, Medium and High-Grade Sew Inj Machines. Wo carry thc largowt stock and best assortment of any dealer in the State. Lkk Aktbrmiby, 217 W. Market st., Greenwood, Miss. As an advertising scheme, that most excellent institution, Harris' Husinos Coilogc, Jackson, Miss., is offering a fow scholarships at a big bargain Write them. Remember—We are not only the best but the cheap est for best Elk goods on Earth. A. Wei lkk & Co. i WANTED TO BUY a Timber Lands, Plantations, Farms For Northern Land Buyers We are wiling more Yasno-Mississippi Delta lands tlinn any other firm in either North or South. We have twenty agents in Illinois 1 Indian», and over a hundred about the Northwest, WE HAVE THE C U STOM EUS— VOIT FPKNISH THE LANDS. Write at once. Send plat complete des cription, price ami turns. (I) J. B. McKinney lLand Investment Company. QIC state Life Bid* . INDIANAPOLIS, INI) 241-245 Mai* Street, Ooycr Bid* MEMPHIS, TENN. Desk room for rent at the Singer office in the Austin building.