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THE CITY COUNCIL
IN APRIL SESSION. The Matter of Drainage was Finally Settled and Work Ordered. Be it remembered that on the first Tuesday in April the City Council ol the city of Greenwood held their April session at the city hall, there being present Gid Montjoy, mayor, chief of police R. L. Miller, aldermen W. R. Bell, J. H. Ellington, John A. Shute, W. M. Whittington and B. L. Yonng, Clerk and assessor R. H. Hicks, Sr., Attorney E V. Hughston, Street Commissioner W. I. Carr, Firo Chief Len Haider, Treasurer R. L. Sims, Patrolmen C. L. Bonner, J. W. Slack and J. 8. Parker, and reporter J. G. Gillespie. Street Commissioner Carr made bis monthly report, and vouchers approved ' and given credit for $288.85 spent by him | on streets. Warrant was also issued to the amount of #334 for labor on street. Treasurer R. L. Sims made the follow General fund, #570.28; #3,481.39; #534 73; and interest fund, #5,490 26. Tax-collector li. L. Miller showed i ing report: school fund, street fund, quite a neat collection for the past month, as follows: #200; street taxes #471; lines and costs #315 90; He was allowed a I Privilege taxes and advalorem taxis #500 commission of #29.70 for collecting same. Then came the Light and Water Com mission who made their monthy report, at the game time showing that it had become necessary to purchase an addi tional engine an additional engine and dynamo to fill the demand for from the light department, dered by the Board that said Commis sion be authorized to expend the sum of #7,500 00 for said additional engine and dynamo, and that the Mayor be authorized to sign the note of the City for the purchase of same. power It was or In the matter of the sale of drainage and fnnding bonding debt, it appearing that the purchase of said bonds ready and did demand the delivery of said bonds on the date of said bonds and that no interest at that time had accrued, and that the delay in the de livery of said bonds was due to the fact this Board had failed to have printed and that this purchaser, upon notice that the bonds were ready for delivery did accept same and pay on same 1.02 as of the first day of February 1910, it was then ordered that the bo accepted in full for the payment of the bonds and that they be relieved of all accrued interest. were same sum It was ordered that #4500 be trans ferred from the interest fond to the general fund, and #4500 from the fund ing bond debt to the interest and that the Clerk make entry of same. As it was the proper time for the election of two trustees of the City Public Schools, an election was then held, and the nomination of Messrs. A. F. Gardner and L. L. Bris ter resulted in their unanimous election for a term of three years. It was then suggested that as Martin Marx had moved to New Orleans for some time, that another trustee should be elected in his place, so G. P. Eliott was then nominated and elected as his successor. The petition of E. M. Purcell et al asking for a street crossing over Y. Ac M. V. R. R. as recited in their petition was granted by tbe Board. Then the following accounts were al lowed and warrants issued therefor; Small pox account of Health Officer Dickens allowed. Gid Montjoy, mayor, salary R L Miller, marshal, C L Bonner, police J W Slack, police, J S Parker, police, R H Hicks, clerk, R H Hicks, assessor, WR Bell, J H Ellington, Jno A Shute, W M Whittington B L Yonng, W I Carr, street com'r . W B Dickins, health officer . H B Carter, janitor school. Ella Wagoner, janitor school .... Len Haider, fire chief. Richard Cobb, assistant. Chas Hamilton, G'wood Light Co. igts school Mrs Jennie Cobbs, feeding prisoners. 100 00 75 00 70 00 70 00 80 00 25 00 37 50 4« 44 44 44 alderman 5 00 5 00 44 5 00 44 5 00 44 5 00 75 00 25 00 60 00 8 00 80 00 60 00 60 00 <4 5 00 4 50 BRONCHIAL TUBES ALL STUF f ED UP. "While a resident of Washington, D C., I suffered continually and intensely with a bronchial trouble that was sim ply terrible to endure. I would have spells that I could hardly breathe, I would choke up, fill up in my throat and bronchial tabes, and the doctoring that I did and the remedies used were of no benefit to me whatever. I heard about Booth's Ilyomoi being so beneficial in catarrhal and bronchial affections and procured an outfit. I received relief from the first by its use. I continued with it and received a care. It is aboat two years since I have suffered at all from my former trouble.—Mrs. R. L. Pannell, 404 N. Augusta Street, Staun ton, Va., March 26, 1909. Hyomei is guaranteed by S. 1. Raines to enre catarrh, croup, bronchitis, ooughs, colds and throat or money back. A complete Bycmei (pronounced High-o-me) outfit costs $1.00 at druggists everywhere. This includes a hard rob ber pocket inhaler and bottle of Hyomei; extra bottles Hyomei cost 50c. Free ■ample bottle and booklet -from Booth's Hyomei Co., Buffalo, N. Y. MrOnA Cutes indigestion It relieves stomach misery, soar stom •eh, belching.nnd c ar e s all stomach dis or money back. Large box of tab tils $0 oeofc Druggists m all I -.V ALTH PIANO CON -.V ? 9 ft King's Daughters appropria'n_ Q'wood Gro Co foodstuffs . R L Miller account . Leon Stein stationery . Burroughs Add Co part pay ment John Crawley catting trees. C £ Saunders trees for school ... G us Blass bedding for jail. S L Raines mdse.. Comb Tel Co service. Valley " 44 W T Johnson acct. . . Ira Biddle street crossing. G wood Undertakers services_ C A Myers blacksmithing. Delta Machine Wks reprs. Delta Plbg Co plumbing. W E Johnson survey».. Commonwealth proceeding. W A Shultz blavkamithing.... Wade Hobbs Co hardware. Dahmer Bros mdse. J M Parker labor. 75 00 149 44 l 59 3 S3 137 50 17 00 44 00 11 25 1 50 3 75 44 2 25 4 00 62 80 10 00 40 00 7 20 2 50 6 00 18 75 11 50 18 50 3 10 ' | 1 00 G wood Wagon Co reprs. M W Myers harness reprs.. Oqford Concrete Cj crossiugs 611 05 03 00 10 90 1 60 4 00 5 00 45 00 9 60 28 40 i T C Garrett feeding convicts J W Quinn vaccine. Nash A Dann stove wood. G wood Elec Co repairs. C E Ä right & Co coal. E A Wright & Co print bonds NO REASON fOR IT. When Greenwood Citizens Show the Cer tain Way Out. There can be no just reason why any reader of this will continne to suffer the tortures of an aching back, the annoy auce of urinary disorders, the dangers of diabetes of any kidney ills when relief is so near at hand and the most positive proof given that they can be cured. Read what a Greenwood citizen says: Mrs. H. N. Austin, 956 Oak St., Greenwood, Miss., says: "I had trouble from my back and kidneys from the time L was twelve years old and the pains through my loins laid me up on more than one occasion. I could hardly straighten and I can only describe the misery by saying that it felt as if the flesh and muscles in my back were being twiatea. There was also a difficulty with the kidney secretions. Dizzy spells were common and I was onsble to find relief until I used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Chandler's drag store. I cannot speak too highly of this rem« edy in view of all it has done for me." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. See These Bargains. One beautiful two-story house with seven rooms, pantry, closets, chins closet, linen closet, front snd back gal lery, inside finish A grade, hard oiled, plumbing and wiring complete. Lot 50x150 feet, facing sonto. This bargain for sale for only $3,000. One-third cash, balance on time to sait purchaser. Yon could not bnild the house today for that money. I will pay purchaser $32 50 a month rent for it until next January. This is a chance for an in vestment. I have also nine beautiful building lots, 50x150, ranging in price from $250 to $500. By splitting or pat ting lots together, I can furnish any size lot one may want. To purchasers wishing to bnild, I will lend twice the vaine of lots for bnilding purposes on time to soit. Yon can bnild a boom and make the rents pay for it. If yon let this opportunity escape, don't say I didn't tell yon. G. B. STEWART. The Call of the Blood for purification, finds voice in pimples, boils, sallow complexion, a jaundiced look, moth patches and blotches on the skin,—all signs of liver trouble. Bat Dr. King's New Life Pills make rieh red blood; give dear skin, rosy checks, fine complexion, health. Try them. 25c at all druggists. Annual Meeting of Elks. Dr. Lee A. 8tone, Secretary, of Jack son, Miss., is sending ont attractive an nouncements of the annual meeting of the Mississippi B. P. O. E. Association which is to be held at Natchez on May the 18th and 19th. This promises to be a large event, and Elks all over the State will not miss this opportunity to get together for the good of the excel lent order. No doubt Greenwood B. P. O. B. No. 854 will be largely represented at the meeting at Natchez. My photographs attract your at Because I show tention. Why? you only "Top Notchers. Spring weather is beautiful; your Spring clothes are new. Why not be photographed NOW? MRS. SPURRIER. 4» This Attachment Notice. State of Mississippi: To Rawaon oolahan, whose postoffice address is Alliance, Ohio: An attachment at the suit of Calhonn Wilson, doing business under the firm name and style of Wilson Lumber Co. against yonr estate for one thousand dollars and interest, returnable before the circuit court of Leflore connty, at Greenwood, Mississippi, has been ex ecuted and is now pending in said court; And unless you appear before said court on the 2nd Monday of July, A. D., 1910, and plead to said action, judg ment will be entered and the estate at tached will be sold. This the 3rd of March, A. D„ 1910. J. & HUMPHREYS, Clerk. GARDNER & WHITTINGTON, Attya. Mrs. NcE is mi the Fence. Bat all and deposit an yonr ■ Department off the have to do is to take a hint in the Saving» * «T Laflore. Gjod intraust paid. r 00 44 THE 59 S3 Maxwell "The Silent Car" Perfectly Simple and Simply Perfect It gives us great pleasure to an non nee that we have secured the agency in Leflore, Washing ton and Sunflower counties for the celebrated MAXWELL. Even to one who is little fsmilisr with automobile matters, MAXWELL stands out the name as a syn onym for manufacturing integri ty and excellence, now over 20,000 of these cars in daily use. competition, bill climbs and durance runs, the MAXWELL has carried off first honors. There are In road races, track en These features have made it famous: (1) Three Point Suspension— The only mechanically correct method of supporting an auto mobile engine. (2) Unit Construction of En lino and Transmission — The MAXWELL design places both motor and transmission in a single and compact aluminum case. (8) Thermo - Syphon Cooling — This does away with that most fruitful of all trouble-makers, the circulating pnmp. (4) Multiple Disc Clutch —En closed in a dost and oil proof compartment; it engages grad ually and firmly, releases in stantly and without retaining momentum. (5) Metal Bodies- The MAX WELL bodies are made of steel; they last forever; are the strongest and best, even though they cost more to produce. MAXWELL Cara have cap tured first honors in the New York-Atlanta Endur ance Run, the Algonquin Hill Climb, the Long Island Derby with average speed of 55 miles. In ascending Stone Mountain, never be fore accomplished by horse or conveyance. We offer the following types: MODEL G: 4 cyl., 30 hp Road ster, detachable tonnean; a lux urious, smooth-riding, five pas senger touring car. By removal of tonnean can be converted into a dash y-ap pear ing two passenger roadster... ..$1,575 MODEL E: 4 cyl., SO hp Touring Car, the family car par excel lence. The utmost perfection of a comfortable tonring car .$1,500 MODEL Q3: 4 cyl., 22 hp Tonr ing Car, a small family tonring ear with every attribute of the larger one. a of to to est to $1,000 MODEL Q4: 4 cyl., 22 hp •'Sports man;'' the ' cup Defender" of the light ear class.$1,000 MODEL Q2: 4 cyl., 22 hp Surrey; a popular style ear for suburban $950 MODEL Ql: 4 cyl., 22 hp Road ster; the addition of a ramble seat makes this ear an attrac tive possession where an oc casional third pssssngsr is to be carried _.$925 MODEL Q: 4 eyl., 22 hp Run about. The smartest runabout ever offered use $900 MODEL AA: 2 cyl., 12 hp Run about; the handiest and read iest runabout ever designed and without a competitor any where. No one who has to go from one plaee to another and to whom time is of considera tion can afford to be without a Model AA $600 Before baying elsewhere, write ns for terms, literature and cat alog. Demonstrating cars car ried in oar own garage, show them to you. Let ns DAVIS-BELL by of hardware Go. ITTA BENA, MISS. FOR SALE at for It's a Live Bargain Very Few Like It 8 One of the prettiest residences in Green wood. Location is most . convenient in city. A chance to save a couple thousands, be on market long. See ful Will not pi, LEE ARTERBURY The Real Estate Man Delta Machine Works Greenwood« Miss. General Contract Shop. New and Second-Hand Ma chinery. HocesM Couacfl to Convene Here Next Week. The 33rd annual council of the diocese ojuïHOe in of Mississippi niii church of the Nati\ iiy, Greenwood, for a ihr*:o «lays' cession 19th at half after teu o'clock a. m., tL© Rt. Rev. Theodore D. Bratton, Bishop of Mississippi, presiding. About one hun dred delegates from the clergy and laity a o i x pec ted and the lector, Rev. Ge<. n. Myers, and members of the pari h are Lu y with preparations for their eu ur tain ment. Preparatory services for the council will be held next Bun day, when Bishop Bratton and the Rev. Cearius W. Hinton the Tuesday, April ti u—• Morning Pr.ytjr, Coufiruiatiuu j snd sermon by Rev. Chane« w. Hinton are expected to The programme will be officiate. follows: as SUNDAY. 4 7:30 a. in. Holy Communion. 5:30 p. in. Evening prayer and mon by Rev. Charles W. Hinton. ser MONDAY. 7:30 to 10:30 p. m. Informal reception by the men of the parish and visiiing resi clerical and lay delegates at the deuce of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Garduer. First session of the Conn- 1 u • .. . , cil, Holy t ommumon and sermon by the preacher to the 83rd Council, Rev De B. Waddell, Rector of the Church of the I TTESDAY. 10:30 a. m. Mediator, Meridian; and of the counci*. or; a iiz tion | 2:30 p. m. Business Session. 8 p. m. Service and sermon, of service to be announced later. WEDNESDAY. 9 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. Business session. 5-7 p. m, Reception by members of the parish and their friends to the visit ing delegates at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Burkhalter. 8 p. m. Missionary night and services and addresses appropriate thereto. THURSDAY. 9 and 2:30 p. m. Unfinished business j of the council and meeting of the Broth- I erhood of St. Andrew. Details It will pay you to trade where N. a. you can get votes in the Commonwealth piano contest. To correct an erroneous idea that seems to prevail, we wish to say that we will lend money on property in the Austin-Wright Addition on the same terms as on any other property in Greenwood. If you want to build in the Anstin-Wright Addition, yon the money. Greenwood B. & L. Association, G. B. Stewart, SHc'y. Let us lend Yes Sir; do it now. Take your money to the Savings De partment of the Bank of Leflore and watch it grow. Good interest paid. Their Biggest Season. Fountain's Big Busy Store is joying the largest millinery business that was ever done by a Greenwood honse. now en in This season, notwithstanding the high prices of these lines, has been a prosperous one for this big busy store, where half-a-score of milliners have been kept busy supplying the craving of tasty customers. Their orders have arrived in this city in wholesale lots, in order that they can give their patrons close prices for the best goods. This store is now oondneting a large millinery sale, which will give this whols section of the delta an opportu nity to avail themselves of the latest styles at nnnsnally low prices, summer styles are conspicuous there *nd it will pay you to read their adver tisement in this issue and make a visit to their millinery department. They have had snch a run in millinery this season that Mr. Fountain was forced to send Miss chance, his milliner, to St. Louis, who has returned with the larg est shipment ef millinery ever brought to this city, that it required two express cars to transfer it from Grenada to Greenwood. This is the way this big busy store does things. many bargains in the very things you want. To fore H. Jno. Mid So large was the order e <► call on them and you will ii Tom Thumb Wedding. ► 0 The Tom Thumb Wedding which was given at the Gem last Saturday evening by Mrs. Prosser and Miss Branch was a decided success. About fifty of our prettiest little boys and girls partici pated in this unique entertainment, all of whom were handsomely gowned. o j o IS Notice—Sale of Timber. Contract will be let to the highest and best bidder at public outcry, by the Board of Supervisors of Leflore County, Mississippi, on the first Monday of May, at 12 o'clock noon at the coart house of said county, in the City of Greenwood for the sale of all kinds cf merchantal le f timber, on the N J ana the N £ of the 8 i of Section 22, Township 19, Range 2 West of L-.fl »re Uouuty, Mississippi. The timber to be cat off in forty lots. acre Bidders to give bond in amount equal to their bid for tho faith ful performance of their contract. an The Board reserves the right to re ject any ani ali bids. C. W. CROCKETT, Clerk. By B. P. Chatham, D. C. Pullman Drawing Room BjF fet Sleeping Cars. Southern Railway Co. in Mississippi trains Noe. 11 and 12 carry Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleeping Cars, routed through between Birmingham and Greenville. For time of trains and other information apply to nearest agent of Southern Ry. Co. in Mississip pi, («Write H. E. JONES, JR„ AGPA, Columbus, Mias. JM X SI. BE ALL, GPdu, St. Louis, Ho. Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that the first Mon lay of May 1910, there there will bd let to the lowest best bidder, bv thy Board of Suj visors of Lefiure County, Mississippi, the contract for the following: Making fill just above brick yard, Northeast of Greenwood; building bridge across ditch in Jones-Walton Drainage District near Mrs Townes' field with fills at each end of < n and •tr Fill across McNutt Brake onroad east from Schi&fer wiih three bridges eich forty feet long in same. Pife| bridge across Quiver River near Paces place on Section 26 T 2o R 2 j , Bidders ni„s, give bond ,q„al In the araounf of thnr bid b»r the faithful performance of their c«»n tract. Board reserves to the right to reject any and all bids C. VV. CROCKETT, Clerk. By B. L. Chatham, I). C. 4 Notice of Election. The Election Commission« rs for th, Greenwood, State, f Mississippi, m session this the 3 «1 dav of March 1910. do order that th« general rH5 election of Greenwoud be held at the * n Greenwood. Mississippi, on the 2nd Tuesday, May the lemii, 1910. All candidates aspirin? for city offices shall enter their n:tm«»s upon the < lec tion tickets on or b<.-fore thirty days before said election is to be held. In case of second primary, same will be held, pursuant to law, May 17th, 1910. Said election commissioners do hereby appoint the following to hold the elec tion: Inspectors: James Gordon Gilles pie, W. H. Scates, and A. R. Bew; clerks, Stanley Sanders and J T. Dean; Bailiff T. F. Pace. H. (J. Kitehel 1 , Chairman. E. B. Bell, Sec'y. Non-Resident Notice. The State of Mississippi; — To Southern Kail N. Y.. way Company, New York. Standard Trust Company of New York, New York, N. Y. and the Central Trust Company of New York, New York, N. Y.. Defendants: — You are hereby commanded lo be and ap pear before the Special Court of Eminent Domain at the Court House in Greenwood Leflore County. Mississippi, a. m. on the third day of May, 1910 to defend your rights against the application of the Drainage Commissioners of Leflore County. Mississippi, to condemn a right of way across the road bed at ten o'clock and right of Southern Railway Company in Mississippi, for the Pelucia Drain of the Pelucia—Big Sand Drainage District. way of the the Issue upon which will be tried at. the time and place above set forth. Witness my hand this 29th day of March 1910. D. P. MONTGOMERY, Justice of the Peace. Teachers' Training School. As you have heard we have lost by fire our main college building together with, practically all our office records files, etc., and we appeal to the press of the State to aid us, as far as possible, in giving publicity to the fact that school is continuing without interrup tion, and that the Teachers' Training Coarse scheduled for March 22nd will begin as advertised. SOUTH MISSISSIPPI COLLEGE. Low Tares via Southern Rail way Company in Mississippi To Mobile, Ala., and return for United Confederate Veterans Reunion, April 26th-28th, 1910. Tickets on sale April 24th to 27th, inc., also on April 28th for trains scheduled to arrive Mobile be fore 2 p. m. that date. For further in formation, apply to nearest Agont, Southern Railway Co. in Mississippi, or write H. K. Jones, Jr., A.G.P.A., Columbus, Miss, Jno. M. Beall, G. P. A., St. Louis, Mo. e a * ♦ <► ii HIGH GRADE I BUILDING « ► 0 BRICK o WRITE FOR PRICES. j LOVE WAGON CO. ! o * IS DURANT, MISS. * • • » f- l-H-l-H-H-H-H-H-W ■H4++++ S3 W» Brings back the lustre on piano*, ■iff hardwood floor* K3 and enameled sad surfaces. HÜB _ Contains no acid Hlg Not a varnish, jljj; Applied with a mm Cloth. No wait y monarch POLISH ^ tog to dry . when d * with MONARCH? Khm rooms wholesome* r d ? F.- y. 2 Ustd in thousands of hornet' third of a cemtury ' 25 CENTS AT DEALERS TRIAL SIZE BT SAIL • CENTS TC ^It; LOCI *19 a Bird Bros SCo ÿ ,1 F? BAIRD BROS a A CD y K / K 9,896 FarmeH^v. and planters told you that their yields*per acre of cotton, corn, tobacco, wheat, fruits, peanuts, nee, sugar cane and truck crops were greatly increased and even doubled B n By Using Virginia-Carolina Fertilizers an< ^ which they thought the best and biggest crop pro ducers on earth—wouldn't you feel that you should in justice to yourself, try these fertilizers ind get the same 2 increased yields on your own farm? We have many "m" 8 rlu y , y DOU £" t v irgima-Larolina Fertilizers. Many O» these letters are in our 1910 Farmers'Year Book t which can be had free ofyour dealer,or by mailing us the coupon 0 r I SALES OFFICES* Itlchaoof. Ta Norfolk, Vt. Atlas ta, Ga. Mail ■* thi» Conpon Colombia, f. C. Durham, N. C. WinKon-SoIem, M. C. Charleston, S. C. Baltimore, MS. Colombo*. Co. Montgomery. Ala* Memphis, Tena. hwwn«i u. Virginia Carolina Chemical Company. „ **"* me ■ copy of your 1910 Farmer** Year Book free of Name....... T <"«. co*t. Stole.. D» ,4< \u « V The Medicinal Value of Whiskey is admitted by the highest medical authorities. Indeed for many slight disorders it is a safe and certain cure. But to be effective, it must be the genuine, pure, natural article h kt r SunnyBrook ..THE PURE food Whiskey BROOK is unsurpassed as a wholesome pleasant fv™ £L®?J nvle 2 ratin ff healthful tonic. Every drop la distilled, S? under the direct supervision of U. S. Government Snd its absolute purity and mellowness make its use perfectly Sir«» • , rom harmful effects. The "Green Government Stempq over the cork of each bottle states the correct age, proof and quantity SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO.. Jefferson Co.. Ky. FULL QUARTS— BY EXPRESS PREPAID From any of the following OistriMors: 4 A. BALL & OO ,H elena. Ark. O J LINCOLN DRUG CO.. Little Rock. Ark. LAMBE & DkMARKE. Arkansas City, Ark. GREIL TRADING CO.. Pensacola. Fla. L. G. DANIEL & CO.. 696 Tohoupitou las St.. New Orleans, t a. II. s 'COTT LIQUOR CO., 210-212 Chartres St . New Orleans. La. S. FUN KENSTElNiCO., Ltq., S41 Magazine St,, New Orleans. La Estate of OHAS' FEAHNEY; 511 Rampart St., New Orleans.La. PELICAN MFG. CO..433 Royal St.; New Orleans, La. D. M. niLLERJLTOUOR'-OO. Hwar.. »50 d St.. New Orle* ■«, l* SHIPPED IN PLAIN BOXE». SEND REMITTANCE WITH YOUR ORDER. NO GOODS SHIPPED C. 0. 0. AND HIDES FURS HIGHEST MARKET PRICE paid rot raw ruis HIDES. led. Write tor Weel fries Ml «nsiitioalnçthla ad KATABLIRHRD 1837 JOHN WHITE * OO.* Loo isyuas. Kx. TIME TABLE OF Gulf & Ship Island Railroad Company PASSENGER SERVICE—MAIN LINE Depart No. 3 3:35 p.m. 7:13 p.m. 10:00 p.m. No 6 4:25 p.m. 7:43 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Arrive No. 5 Lv. Jackson..6:00 a.m. Lv. Hattiesburg.9:43 a.m. Ar. Gulfport.12:30 p.m. No. 4 7:40 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1:55 p.m. COLUMBIA DIVISION. Lv. Gulfport. Lv. Hattiesburg Ar. Jackson . (Via Silver Creek and Columbia) No. 101 No. 102 7:20 a.m. Lv . Mendenhall . Ar. 9:25 p.m. 1:40 p.m. Ar.... Gulfport ,.Av. 2:45 p,m. SOUTHBOUND. No. 109 No. 110 2:30 p.m. Lv..... Jackson : Ar. 10:15 a.m 6:20 p.m. Ar. ...Columbia... Lv. 6:10 Am. Connections at Jackson, Hattiesburg and Gulfport with all lines. For further information apply to J. L. HAWLEY, Gen. Pass. Agent, Gnlfport, Miss. Effective Ang. 29, 1909. ■i tl ST.10VIS® CAIRO® STATION ^COLUMBUS HEBIOIAN© SlMONTGOHCtr # ® MOBILE ÿ NEW ORLEANS TIME OF TRAINS AT * JACKSONVILLE WEST POINT. MISS NORTHBOUND. No. 2, Exprès« IKily, leaves 4:47 a. m No. 4, Express Daily, leaves 4:58 p. m No. 6, Express Daily, leaves 11:22 a.m. SOUTH BOUND. No. 1, Express Daily, leaves 11:45 p. m. No. 3. Express Daily, leaves 11:00 a. m. No. 5, Expr«*8 Duily, leaves 3:40 pan NEW TIME TABLE ON Southern Railway Co. In Mississippi Time of Trains at Greenwood. BAST BOUND. No. 12 leaves daily. No. 4 leaves daily... No. 10 leaves daily. .9:10 a. m .7:10 p. m. .2:47 p. m. WEST BOUND. No. 3 leaves daily... No. 9 leaves daily... No. 11 leaves daily. ...7:20 a .m. 11:38 a. m. 5:16 p. m. BELZONI BRANCH. No 11-17 daily ly Greenwood No 3-15 daily ex. Sun. lv G'wood 7:20 am No 11-17 ar Belzoni... No 3-15 ar Belzoni. 5:16 pm .7:80 pm . 11:45 am WEBB BRANCH No 19 daily ex. Sun. lv G'wood 2:47 pm No 11-45 Snnday only lv. G'wood 5:16 pm 6:20 pm 7!45 pm Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleep ing Cars, routed through between Bir mingham and Greenville, are operated on trains Nos. 11 and 12. No 19 ar Webb No 11-45 ar Webb H. E. JONES, JR., Asst. Gen'1 Pass. Agent, Columbus, Miss. •Jno. m. Beall, General Passenger Agent, *T. LOUIS MO. R. V. Taylor, General Manager, MOBILE, at.a. Y. & M. v. R. R. Schedule. TRAINS ARRIVE. No. 313, fn»ni Clarksdale 4:40 No. 831, from Grenada 7:45 a. No. 341. from Charleston 10:15 a. No. 397, from Grenada 4:00 p. No. 314, from Jackson 10:30 a. No. 332, from Jackson 7:82 p. ro. No. 339, from Memphis 10:00 p. TRAINS DEPART. No. 313, for JackiKin 4:40 p. m. No. 314, for Clarksdale 10:30 a. m. No. 331, for Jackson 7:45 a. m. No. 332, for Grenada 7:32 p. m. No. 388. for Grenada 8:15 a. m. No. 840, for Memphis 4:00 a. m. No. 342, for Charleston 2:45 p. ro. ■ Trains 397 and 398 DaUy except Sna C. L. WORTHAM, JR„ Tkt Agt. p. m. m. m. m. in. m. ay.