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1) [\ hi i ; I » (yastêr^fhradè REQUIRES SHOES to go with Spring Sunshine and Spring Gowns. We have severe styles to wear with tailor-mades and daintier models to accompany dressier frocks. The newer de signs are practically all in low SHOES and r> rn OUXliTS i'jT W' 'O'. ' P.Ayvro Figure prominently Spring collection in our " 8 f / n m DAVIDSON—ROGERS W'EDDING. The Elliott & Dudley cotton office was transferred into a place of beauty last night and presented a pretty scene for the wedding of Miss Lena S. Davidson of this city to Mr. Rogers of Louisvile, Ky., which solemnized at 8 o'clock. The ceremony performed by Rabbi Harding of ; the Orthodox congregation, and was witnessed by several hundred Sam was was j persons. ^ The building was beautifully decor ated for the occasion, the walls being draped in pink and blue and potted plants were effectively used. The ceremony was performed un der white, intenningled with green. a canopy of flowers in pink and Just preceding the ceremony, Miss j U ° U ^ ^ e ^ ena > san £5 All h or : ou, accompanied by Mr. George George Weiner on the violin. The bri dal party then entered as the wedding ! march was played by the orchestra.; First came Rebecca Garlove, attir-i ed in a dainty frock of pink, with hat ! to match. She was followed by Miss Nancy Gelman, who wore pretty dress of blue with accessories to match. The bride's maids were ac a companied by the groomsmen, Messrs. ! Allen Cohen and Julius Davidson. The maid of honor, Miss Nancy Davidson, dresesd in a beautiful dress of orchid j taffeta, preceded the bride who en tered with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Davidson. Little Thelma Ev ans entered before the bride and mar ked her path by strewing flowers. The bride was attired in a hand some dress of white Duchess satin, 1 elaborately trimmed in beads and j pearls and carried a bouquet of sweet ! peas and lillies. The bridal party w r as met under-j neath the canopy by the bridge groom, ; his best man, Mr. Max Levitt, and I Rabbi Harding, who read the cere- i money. I After the wedding, the guests enter ed the banquet hall, where an elabor ate turkey supper was served, on pret tily decorated tables. The building was decorated by Mes dames Herman, Simon Hyman, and Miss Nancy Davidson and Messrs I. M. Klien and Dave Smith. Mesdames I. M. Klien, Ike Stein and Robert Her m We've Got It Now — i GEM NUT MARGARINE. This Nut Margarine is made from COCOANUT OIL, PEANUT OIL, MILK and SALT. It is GOOD and SWEET. I g ONLY 45 cents. I STEIN GROCERY COMPANY Willard Storage Batteries Do not pay Us or Anyone Else for reinsulating a threaded rubber Battery. ASK US WHY. GREENWOOD BATTERY CO. 217*219 West Market Street. 4 and 477. 1 ■ I nian, asisted in serving the supper. ! The bride has many friends in Gieenwood and is popular among the „ t_ * v & ' Jewish social circles of the citv. The ... , ^ , groom is a travelling salesman with ; headquarters at Louisville, Ky. Their many friends join with Commonwealth The Daily in extending congra tulations. FISACKERLY—BRUCE WEDDING. The wedding of Miss Julia Fisack j erly of Memphis, and Mr. Arthar Bruce of Greenwood, was solemnized Monday, March 22nd in Memphis. The! bride is a charming young lady and is | the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William! ^ S. Fisackerly of the Bluff City. Mr. Bruce is a prominent young attorney j of this city and is a highly esteem : ef j y OUn g business man. They will re turn to Greenwood, April 1st, to make t heir home. ! ! The rehearsal for the Greenwood Greenwood Community Orchestra will ****** ORCHESTRAL REHEARSAL. be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All members of the orchestra and those who will take part in the singing are ! urged to be present. j two babies arrived home yesterday af ter a ten day visit in Tupelo, Miss., with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Hall, from Newport, Ark., and has as her 1 guest her daughter, Mrs. C. C. McNew j of Akron, O. ! day for New York w r here Dr. Adams ; will take a special course in medicine, I i I I. ****** Mr. and Mi's. H. A. Hoffman and ****** Mrs. Ella Anderson has returned ****** Di\ and Mrs. J. C. Adams left to ****** W. W. Neblett and E. B. Messrs. Clark w'ei'e business visitors here yes terday from Morgan City. , ****** ****** Mr. Lawrenc Mehr is reported to be ill w'ith influenza. ****** The members of the family of Mr. j and Mrs. L. L. Freeman are all ill with influenza. \ HARDING—WELLS WEDDING. A wedding of unusual interest to ] the people of Greenwood and Leflore, er was solemnized today at 12:30 o'clock, j when Miss Emma Jones Harding was Mr. married to Mr. Terrell Wells, both of whom belong to the oldest and most j prominent families of the county. The ceremony was performed at the i Harding home on the North Boule vard. The rooms were converted into a veritable garden, with trailing vines intertwined about a latticework, which i was studded with pink and white ros- and ; es, and which formed a charming I background for the pretty home wedd mg. As the strains of Lohengrin's wed ding march was played by Mrs. H. Fraiser, the bride's maids, Misses Kathleen Gist and Mary Alice Hard- ine ing entered the room, followed by the bride and her mother, Mrs. E. J. Hard- a mg. Beneath a beautifully decorated archway between the living room and the dining room, they were met by the bride groom, and his best best man, Mr. Bains Austin, and Rev. W. S. Shipman of Ruleville, pastor of the Methodist church, who perform ed the ceremony. During the reading of the marriage service, Miss Rebec Garlove softly play the "Angel's ] Serenade" on the violin. The bride's maids were attired in an dainty spring frocks and wore large picture hats. They carried arm bou quets of pink Kilarney roses. The bride, vdio is a pretty brunette, Just preceding the ceremony, Mrs. W. S. Hill, sang very sweetly, "Love's Coi'onation. ca wore a handsome travelling suit of navy tricotine, with a charming hat of black and other accessoi'ies in harm Her bouquet was of beautiful ! white Kilarney roses. The path of the. bride was marked by tulle, held by three little girls, pret tily dressed, who w T ere Ben Dave Hard ing, Emma Fraiser and Mable Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Wells left immediate ! ly after the ceremony for Louisville, Ky., where they will spend a week be- | Yore returning to Greenwood to make I their home. The bride groom's gift to the bi'ide, was a handsome beaded bag, beauti-j I ony. ! „ „ , . . , , , , ' fully designed and decorated. ' . , . , f The bride is the eldest daughter of ,, —— ,, ,. , -, Mrs. E. J. Harding, of this city. grew to womanhood in Greenwood and has been popular for years in the so-j cial realm of this city. the son of Mrs. Lucy Wells. splendid young business She The groom is | I ! He is a ; man, with | GREENWOOD THEATRE THURSDAY, MARCH 25 111 ! iy « % JS&L r M W & ass*! «A 7 K vt Sanuie! Goîdwyn _ Jf reseats TON! j ill M : ■&'T ar $ ' . j ffj [;! ß W. * ! i : ,* n u ¥ I A i li. liV Henry C. Rowland ; Tom Mills j Directed 'ey ! r £:.? Zy *4 - v ! ST 5 fm T^ 4, H ON THE SAME BILL The School House Scandal. A Sunshine Comedy BURTON HOLMES NO. 1223. \ PRICES: 17 and 28c |hosts of friends in Greenwood. He' holds a position with Silvan Newburg- ! er & Co. The wedding of Miss Harding and ! Mr. Wells is a culmination of a ro-i mance which commenced in their ! school days. They have scores of friends who will join with The Daily ; Commonwealth in wishing them much happiness, * * * * * BRIDAL LUNCHEON. Mrs. E. J. Harding of Greenwood, and Mrs. E. E. Bew of Shellmound, honored who became a bride today, with most charming luncheon yesterday af- 1 Miss Emma Jones Harding, j a The center piece of the prettily laid table, resplendent with silver and a ; dainty lace luncheon cloth, was a beau- ! tiful basket filled with pink and white blossoms and tied with a fluffy mal ine bow. The place cards were mina ture bridal slippers, adorned with pink a nd white flowers. The favors for the j guests were nut bowls in the same j dainty colors. A five course luncheon in which the j pretty color scheme was daintily car-' ried out, was served. Those present were: Miss Emmai Jones Harding, Misses Kathleen Gist,. Elizabeth Baird, Virginia Brister, j Hortense Stoner, and Mesdames Wil- ! ] ar j Harding, H .Y. Fraiser, Lloyd DeLoaeh, L. D .Pepper, Sidney Pearce ; an j Leonard Magruder of Jackson. i * * * * * * Fifth Avenue Latest Models, j Two Eyelet Suede Tie Pumps, ! $20.00 value, our price $16.00, Wood's Shoe ternoon. Brown and Black, Store, -o | Strayed. From Runnymede plantation, One j Black Mare Mule, about 5 years old, white nose, white spot on one hip, weighs about 1000 pounds. Phone 313, Greenwood, Miss. -o NOTICE AUTOMOBILE OWNERS OF LEFLORE COUNTY. Any person running an automobile without regulation tags, will be sub ject to arrest and fine, unless they duplicate j have filed application tags. for W. S. VARDAMAN, Sheriff. -a | Why Worry yourself looking around for Sailor Ties. Just re I ceived $3,000 worth of Ladies most fashionable footwear. For j style, quality and price, they are ! unexcelled. Wood's Shoe Store. ; o Taken Up. One small dark brown Mare Mule, about 15 years old; slightly deaf. Owner will come forward, prove pro perty, pay charges and get same, or it will be disposed as the law provides. J. H. HUTCHENS, Greenwood, Miss. Take the Daily Commonwealth Î ■o •o< •o< •<>■ •()■ •<)• ■()■ •()■ ) >()■ O 0 Greenwood Theatre I I TWO DAYS ONLY Â TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30 & 31 Q I x 2 Performances Daily—Matinee 3:00, Night 8:30 p.m I I l % ; Sk lift Ö ö I I / t m: 4fA*urinp/~ /Y K I cuiwiiua ' j ! o i X RKHAMBINNIIT EJLCriftrih. ii 10 i v ; a Ü a •v 13 ! OUR Y0UMG PEOPLE WHAI TNE1R PAREMT1 OUGHT TO IEACH THEM JUT SELDOM DO ! r Th^ Pictorial Story of Two Girls and the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge: Tells the Truth, the Whole Truth, and Nothing But the Truth. 3 3 The Most Talked of Feature Pro duction of Recent Years : THE PHOTOPLAY WARNING THE DAN GERS THAT BESET THE PATH OF YOUTH 3 PRICES: Matinees, 25c & 50c. NIGHTS, 25c, 50c, 75c &$ 1.00 REMARKABLE NEW GEMS DISCOVERED ! ! ! ; New Gems Are Nearest Approach To Genuine Diamonds Ever Pro duced. 1 tell the difference. In appearance and by every test, j Carbonite Gems are so much like Dia monds, that even an expert can hardly To introduce these beautiful Gems into every locality, we will absolutely and positively send ; them out free and on trial for ten ! days' wear. These Gems are set in 14-k gold-filled diamond mountings, f° r both ladies and gentlemen. take advantage of this wonderful of f© r y° u niust act quickly as only 5,000 j will be given out on this plan. Send j us this ad and your name and address (no money) and a strip of paper that j us t meets around the second joint of ; the ring finger. We will send the; ring by Parcel Post, prepaid, when it comss > merely deposit $1.83 with the, Pos.man, wear it everywhere you go j f° r ten whole days, if you or any of ! your friends can tell it from a Dia mond, send it back your deposit will ; ; be refunded, but if you decide to buy i it .send us $1 a month until the total, price of $10.85 has been paid. No ref- j j erence necessary—we trust you. Send ; ! today, so you will be sure to get one j on this plan. Address The Taylor Wrightwell Company, 20 E. Jackson (Adv.) To Blvd., Chicacgo. -o MASONIC M EETING. Greenwood Chapter 102 R. A. M. vdll meet Wednesday, March 24th, at 7:30 p. m. Work in P. and M. E. De grees. Visiting companions welcome. By order of , F. C. PITT, H. P. A. J. COSTE, Jr., Sec'y. j j -o Go to Wood's Shoe Store for j We are showing \ your footwear. ^ complete lines of the season S ; j best styles. We save you $2.00 to $4.00. Why Pay More. -o LATE ARRIVALS IN SHEET MUSIC j Sing Me Love's Lullaby. My Baby's Arms. My Isle of Golden Dreams. I'm Always Chasing Rainbows. Moonlight Waltz. Hawaiian Moonlight. Lonesome. And lots of other new pieces. HOFFMAN'S VARIETY STORE. Phone 802. o Crop preparations in Leflore county are progressing splendid ly and-everything will soon be in fine shape for planting. Take the Daily Commonwealth ■o •o< •o< •<>■ •()■ Greenwood Theatre Wednesday, March 24th uV % t ° 5 If 1 ; ; j ; j \ 1 V Ij 4^ fvc \ \ r t R * I? x K / «ŒLZNICK M^picwbm ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN * in S. Jaij Kaufman's f! li GREATER THAN FAME h ! j «>• /A it m 1» 1 j \ ; ' !\ a * X A Stirring Analysis of Woman's Dienest Emotions Her Desires, Ambitions, Sympathies—Her Love, Grief, Joys, Temptations. A Classic of the Motion Picture Art. Suppose you were a poor girl and ambitious. A wealthy man paid you marked attention. You discovered he was not the marrying kind. You were forced to choose other Fame and Fortune und Love and Happiness, which would you choose? ON THE SAME BILL Lion Special Lko Comedy Paramount Magazine No. 1233. Prices: 17c and 28c CLASSIFIED ADVS. RATES 2c A WORD ELACH INSER TION, IN ADVANCE. NO AD. TAK EN FOR LESS THAN 25c. :::::: FOR SALE — DELTA PLANTA TION, 1120 acres, 700 open and in cul tivation, balance in high-class red gum, oak and cypress, estimated 3, 050,000 feet and saw mill outfit with capacity of 8000 feet per day to work same. 27 mules, 4 horses, 6 wagons, 1 log wagon and harness for same, 1 binder, 1 drill, 1 mower and all tools. Three residences for white people and sufficient tenant houses to house la bor to operate the place. Tenants ac counts estimated to amount to $8,000 or $10,000 by June 1st. this walkout proposition, the world (Sandy loam), and drainage ; is natural and of the very best. Loca i ted in Tensas Parish, La., 2 miles i from station on R. R. Act quick if I you want a real value for your money. $125.00 per acre. W. L. Barbour, P. O. Box 38G, Greenwood, Miss. All goes in Best soil in FOR SALE — 2 story Business Biulding; Bargain; Act quick. J. Cap lan, 306 George Street, phone 162. FOR SALE—7 room house in North ^ : Greenwood just being completed. Well ; built and modern, including heat, large ; c lot, garage. Built for a home. W. A. ! Shurtleff, Phone 315. WANTED TO RENT—Two or three furnished rooms for light housekeep ing. Couple with no children. Call Fountain's Store. i I SALE BROOD SOWS—I have 6 Du roc Sows which I purchased from Pine Crest Farm, and a fine male for which I paid twelve hundred dollars, and 8 fine registered gilts which I will sell cheap. W. S. VARDAMAN. J FOR SALE—Two splendid saddle horses, thoroughly broken. The Kra- j etzer-Cured Lumber Co., Greenw'ood, j Miss. jj jj FOR SALE—Three Ten cattle teams ! jj and equipment; splendid stock, quire C. T. Darnell, Greenwood, Miss.,j or phone 915. In-i FOR SALE—Boston Terrier pup, 5 months old. Miss Mary Abraham, 829 Main street. jj FOR SALE—Little Six Studebaker, $1250. In first d... shape. Two Spec ial Six Studebakersj, slightly used,, $1850. Kee-Williams Auto Co., 219J Main street 1 I S BUILDING MATERIAL Besides All Kinds of Lumber We Have Asphalt Shingles Roofing Beaver Board Doorsand Windows Screen Wire Screen Doors Mantels and Tile 150 House Plans Come Look Them Over. GREENWOOD LUMBER GO PHONE 443. j MULES-Have about 20 good y v Mules, all sound and good broke, closing out. Elwood Comer at S ern Sales Stables. WANTED—An experienced t driver. Standard Oil Company. WANTED TO RENT for two Tent 16 by 18 feet long. Phone » , ut production bg your , lo *. . „ high cost of living soon be a matter of history.