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\\ t tÆ edel L«' * m r ;| N M m V£*j i % [0 1 c ZA rsf s Tv:l e OJ Phones 748 or 88. The Correct Dodge' h ÆW s * H % w Ö! P4 A BEAUTY FOR $6.00 SAMPLE PRICE $3.96 SAMPLE SHOE STORE. "Better Shoes for Less Money" S. S. Wood, Mgr. AUXILIARY COUNCIL TOMORROW Program for the First Day of Meet ing Here—Conference Luncheon. The Auxiliary Council of the Dio cese of Mississippi which is to be held in this city tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday, will convene at the Episco pal church tomorrow morning at ten o'clock with Corprate Communion, fol lowing the registration of delegates at nine o'clock. i At one o'clock there will be a Con ference Luncheon at the Hotel Irv to a ing lead by Mrs. Monroe McClurg, at which Mrs. T. D. Bratton, the wife of Bishop Bratton, and Miss Gertrude Howard, Auxiliary Educational Secre tary will make talks on the "Ideal Auxiliary," These talks will be fol lowed by a round-table discussion of the subject. At eight in the evening the annual service by Rev. Dr. Joseph Kuehnle will be conducted. Elsewhere in this issue will be found the complete program in condensed form for the three days. a Mrs. W. P. Wilkins entertained Wednesday afternoon in honor of one ^ of Grenada's fairest daughters, Miss Mary Walker Duncan, so soon to be come the bride of Mr .William Reid McBride, of Greenwood. A large num ber of guests were present to enjoy this charming matron's hospitality, which she so well knows how to dis pense, having inherited this delight ful trait from her father, Colonel T. P. Lampkin, a gentleman of the Old Southern School.—Grenada Sentinel, 13th inst. and 4 4 Mr. and Mrs. Bertrum Kent and lit tle daughters came down from Kilmich ael Saturday afternoon and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sumter Gilles pie and they all spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J. S. Kent at Rising Sun, where they had a family re-union cele brating the three days furlough of Mr. Jim Kent who is a member of the First Mississippi Regiment now en camped at Jackson. * 4 4 4 4 Mrs. C. L. Wortham, nee Miss Lil lie Mae Coleman, of Little Rock, Ark., is the guest of her parents, Gen. and Mrs. S. R. Coleman on River Front. She will be at home several days. 4 4 4 4 4 Mrs. J. M. Doyle, of Oakland, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. G. Mc Lemore. ue. 4 ***** Miss Dollie Hill is visiting relatives in Winona. Judged by competent Judges from The Model Bakery who were kind enough to assist us The Winner in (he Bread Making Contest was Mrs. S> L. Brister L You Can Make Bread Just r As Good if You Use The *7 , '-'■j m Universal Bread Maker I Price $1.50 /'ft' s -v V at rC' ï Mr. and Mrs .R. B. Dorman left Saturday for Houston, Tevas, where they go to attend the Hardware Asso ciation which meets in that city this week. Dr. and Mrs. M. Riddle have return ed to their home in Dublin, Miss., after isiting in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. N. D. Campbell. « * 4 * * Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Barrett motored in from their plantation home near Schlater and spent Sunday in Green wood. ; * * 4 « * Miss Jaunita Carter, of Moorhead, has returned home after a visit to Mrs. C. N. D. Campbell on Dewey Street. * » * * * Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Walker will attend the Masonic Spring Reunion, A. A. S. R. of Mississippi, to be held in Jackson during the next four days. • * * * » Mrs. R. W. Baird and charming laughter, Miss Marion, left today for Atlanta, Ga., where they go to attend Grand Opera. i street, * * * Mrs. T. C. Cartwright, of Denver, Col., is the guest of Mrs. A. P. Hall and Miss Blanche Hall on Walthall « * 4 4 * Mrs. Joseph Rennie accompanied Dr. Rennie to Sumner Saturday where Dr. Rennie is holding a meeting. 4 4 * 4 * Miss Hortense Stoner has returned to Columbus to the I. I. & C. after a visit to the home folks. 4 4 4 4 4 Dr. Ash and Miss Bettie Young, of Lexington, visited Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Hunter the past- week. 4 4 4 4 4 Mrs. Hogeland and Miss Fern Hoge land, of Moorhead, were in the city today shopping. I j I Mrs. Vance Marx has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Ya zoo City. 4 4 * 4 * Misss Sallie Liddell spent the week- ' 4 4 4 4 * end with relatives in Carrollton. ***** Mrs. Lucy Wells and Terrell Wells spent yesterday in Indianola. ***** Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Mathews have returned from Cleveland, Ohio. ***** Miss Emma Bell spent Sunday with relatives in Lexington. * * * * * Before discarding that old gown consult Yettie Ingram. Shp gives them individuality and distinctveness. Fancy headdress considered for ladies and girls. Phone 643, or call over Wiggins Drug Store, Carrollton Aven ue. NEW 3 ROOM HOUSE FOR RENT $10.00 a Month Near Carrollton Avenue THOS.H. JONES Office: 209 W. Market St. Phone 485 GREENWOOD, MISS. Messrs. H. W. Hagan, Geo. A. Walk er, and J. L. Gillespie, of this city, leave this afternoon for Jack son to spend the next four days—tak ing from the 4th to the 32nd degrees in Masonry at the Masonic Spring Reunion, A. A. S. R. of Mississippi, beginning tomorrow morning in the Capitol City. On the fourth day, Fri day, they will be given the Shriners degree—and there's no telling wheth er they will ever get back to Green wood or not. J.-B. Webb, manager of the Green wood Lumber Company, of Greenwood, Miss., was in Memphis yesterday plac ing lumber orders for his plant at Greenwood. Mr. Webb recently deliv ered a splendid address before «the Lumberman's Convention in Memphis, and is considered one of the most suc cessful young men in the retail lum ber business in Mississippi. He is a native of Tennessee, and is well known in Memphis.—Commercial Appeal, loth inst. left T. C. G'rr tt end son, Greenwood, were in tl city yesterday. The deal which has en pending some time be tween W. i'. Hammett and Mr. Gar ; rott was , lily consumated, whereby Mr. Garre", purchased Mr. Hammett's residence : . Owens and the Wilson place, in a" about 790 acres.—Lexing ton Advertiser, 13th inst. * ■ * * * Messrs Tcrriil Wells, E. J. Cox, Da vid Humphreys and Leslie Walton, left today for Grenada where they go to join a jolly house-party at the Dun con home, celebrating the happy occa sion of the Duncan-McBride wedding which takes place in Grenada this week. to REMEMBER THE BIG AUCTION SALE OF MADISON JONES ADDITIONS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 10 O'CLOCK. Mr. G. M. Grimes, of Atlanta, Ga., is in the city arranging for a big auc tion sale of residence building lots of the Madison Jones Additions to Green wood which will take place under the direction of the American Land Co., on Wednesday, April 25th. * * * * * Mr. A. M. Holly is in Birmingham, Ala., for a few days this week on bus iness for the J. W. Quinn Drug Com pany. * * * * * I j Mr. Henry Lear left this morning I for Sewanee where he is attending school, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charley Jones for a few days, ***** Mr. John Erskine had the misfor ' tune t0 break his arm yesterday while cranking his car. SHE DESERVES THE BEST. Give her Elmer's Chocolates. WIGGINS' DRUG STORE, Agents. Mr. Douglass Robinson, of Sidon, was here a few hours Sunday. WATCH MADISON JONES ADDITIONS THE ONLY WAY FOR GREENWOOD TO GROW. 4 ♦I* Mr. C. E. Jordan is here from Greenville on business for today and tomorrow. AUCTION SALE OF THE MADISON JONES ADDITIONS In East Greenwood os WED. APRIL 25TH AT 10 O'CLOCK A, M, Watch the Property Beautiful Residence Build ing Lot3 at your own price. $40.00 in Gold and Silver Given Away Absolutely FREE. ) Remember the Date Come and bring your friends EASY TERMS American Land Co. Athens, Ga. American Land Co. I Greenwood, Miss. G. M. GRIMES IN CHARGE ï THE WELCOME BACK. Sweet is the hour that bring* ui hone, Where all will spring to meet us, Where hands are striving as we come, ïo be the first to greet us, When the world hath spent its frowns and wrath, Tis sweet to turn from our roving path, And a fiseside blessing. Oh, joyfully dear is the homeward track, If we are sure of a welcome back. i i JVhat do we reckon a. dreary way, Through lonely and benighted, If we know there are lips to chide our stay, And eyes that will beam lovelight ed? What is the worth of your diamond ray The glance that flashes pleasure When the words that come back be tray, «We form a heart's chief treasure ? —Eliza Cook. Oh, joyfully dear is our homeward track, If we.are but sure of a welcome back. Famous Allegretti Chocolates Exquisite Norris Candies Full Line Magazines Hotel Irving Cigar and News Stand. THE FIRST PAGE. "Please put this on the 'first page of your paper." This is the invariable injunction which accompanies the quantities of material sent in to us by our friends every week. We like to please these friends, we like to do as they request. But we have only one first page, and on it we must place the most important of news, a thing which has been defined by authorities as that which interests the greatest number of a newspaper's readers. Hence when you submit an item,to us for publication do not think that we show you discourtesy if we do not run it on the display page as you re quest. We would do so to accomodate you personally but we have to' satisfy not only the mechanical requirements of space, but the desire of the other readers. Remove that Corn with WIGGINS' CORN REMOVER 25c Bottle—Guaranteed. SPECIAL NOTICE! * Our störe will be closed at 6:30 every Evening except Saturday, beginning Monday, April 16th, until September 1st. ? * ❖ CITY GROCERY COMPANY 4 ♦ ♦I* * ❖ + SMALL COTTON FIRE. Blaze Discovered in Car of Lenters on Track Yesterday. A blaze was discovered about ten o'clock yesterday morning in a car load of cotton lehters on the transfer track from the Southern to the Y. & M. V. main lines. The fire was soon extinguished, little damage being done. AT AGE 35 OUR POLICY WILL PAY For Accident «1 death. For any other death. For total disability. and your premium. 20 years. These payments not charged against the policy, if you recover from dis ability. Same paid up value* as other com panies give. During financial disability the policy automatically carries itself half the time after third year. W. O. WEATHERSBY, General Agent, Bos »89, Greenwood, Miss. American National Insnranco Com pany. In 11 years put in force »61,480,498.00 Life Insurance. »25,000,000.00 Accident Insurance. »3,684,070.22 Aseets »901,093.12 Surplus »20,000.00 » 10 , 000.00 » 500.00 .» 236.50 •0 . optimistic Thought. One illustration la worth a thoumne abstractions. l 1 MULES AND HORSES l have a Car-load of first-class Mules *nd Saddle Horses for sale cheap* Come and take a look at them. ± ±=i schlater M ist. » m m t AUXILIARY COUNCIL MEET Of The Diocese of Mississippi to Take Place ia Greenwood April 17-I8-19th. The following program has been ar-1 ranged for the Auxiliary Council of the Diocese of Mississippi which will and 19th: be held in Greenwood Tuesday, Wed i nesday and Thursday, April 17th, 18th i Tuesday, April 17th. 9:00 A. M. Registration of Dele gates. Committee: Mrs. J. M. Barry and ^ from greenwood. 10:00 A. M< Holy Conynunion. Business Meeting: President's Address. Letter from Miss Lindley. Report of the Triennial. Officers' Reports. Appointment of Committees. Reading of the Memorial Circle. 1:00 P. M. Adjournment. - Conference Luncheon: Auxiliary"—Leader, Mrs. Monroe Mc Clurg. 4:00 Pi M. Conference: "The Edu cational Work"—Leader, Miss How ard. k The Ideal 5:00 P. M. Adjournment. 8:00 P. M. Annual Service—Preach er, the Rev. Joaeph Kuehnle. Wednesday, April 18. 9:30 A. M. Service. Business Meeting: Constitutional Amendments. 1:00 P. M. Adjournment. 2:30 P. M. Business Meeting: Com mittee Reports. 3:00 P. M. Separate Conferences: "The Woman's Auxiliary"—Leader, Mrs. W. S. Slack. "The Junior Aux iliary"—Lender, Mrs. Joseph Kuehnle. 4:00 P. M. Junior Hour. 8:00 P. M. Missionary Service— Preacher, the Rev. R. W. Patton. Thursday, April 19th. 9:30 A. M. Service. Business Meeting. 1:00 P. M. Adjournment. 2:30 P. M. "News from the Field." Led by Mrs. Bratton. 4:00 P. M. Adjournment. t STILL HAVE A FEW TONS OF WEBER 89 COTTON SEED LEFT FOR SALE. W. M. PETEET. Take The Daily Commonwealth. THE FIRST FLY Why, there's a fly I Seems S kind o' good, doesn't It, to bear | It buzzing around contentedly ln f that ranny window? It means S that spring has come. Ton are ® I glad to *«• It, just sa you wel- ft ; come the crocuses and bluebirds. # î But wait a minute. Where did £ ; that fly come from? Not up from ® Florida with Gentle Sister South <5 Wind, ae did Welcome Bobln and jg Winsome Bluebird, I hatched out of a muck heap, and § > It came right Into the house 8 ! without wiping tta feet And Its § ; mate will go beck to the muck | heap to lay more eggs, and by | the time the hot days come the ® two w$U have some millions of Ü ; descen will eomt into the house without § wiping their feet, and they will 2 leave tilth and disease germs In g your food. Spoils the romance, | doesn't It? The fly !■ your ene- if my. 81aylt! jf No, It $ And all of them NOTICE OF SALE OF TIMBER. Bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Leflore County, Mis slssippi, on the First Monday in May, 1917, for all merchantable timber sit uated on Section 16, Township 21, Rang* 2 West In said county. A. R. BEW, Clerk. Men! Straw Hat ft Makes, us insist that you come now Select One They are all Prices 1.50 on up to 6.00 ea. The size you want, the shape you want and your kind of straw. will he found in the wonderfnl selection we are showing ï m J, i J. Buy One Now At— 9 8. ,3 i SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of the authdrity vested in me as Substituted Trustee, which said substitution as Trustee is record ed on page No. 4S3 of Book No. 17, of the Records for Deeds of Trust in the Chancery Clerk's office, in Greenwood, Leflore County, Missis sippi ,and by virtue of the authority vested in me in a certain Deed of Trust executed by Henry Russell on the 27th day of February, 1914, to secure the Leflore Building and Loan Association, in the payment of a cer tain indebtedness therein mentioned, which Deed of Trust is of Record in Book No. 7, page No. 27, of-the Rec ords of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust on lands in the office of the Chancery Clerk, Greenwood, Leflore County, Mississippi, and default having been made in the payment of said indebt edness, and having been requested by the said Leflore Building and Loan As sociation, the Beneficiary and holder of said indebtedness so to do, I, J. A. Tyson, will, during legal hours *qn Wednesday ,the 2nd day of May, A? D., 1917, in front of the South door of the Court House in the City of Greenwood, Leflore County, Mississip pi, sell at public out-cry for cash ti the highest bidder the following de scribed real property, towit: Lot Twelve (12) in Block Six (6), in the Peebles Addition to the City of Greenwood, Leflore County, Misis sippi. Witness my signature, this the 10th day of April, A. D. 1917. J. A. TYSON, Substituted Trustee OF * ? * ❖ ♦ * ❖ + NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE. S By virtue of the authority vested me as Commissioner by decree of the Chancery Court of Leflore Coun ty, Mississippi, rendered on April 5th, 1917, in that certain cause Numbered 3049 in said court, entitled Wilson Banking Company vs .P. H. Cain et al, I, the undersigned, will as such Commissioner on in J. Thursday, May 3rd, 1917, within legal hours in front of the South door of the courthouse of said County, offer for sale, and sell at public auction for cash to the highest bidder, for the purposes mentioned in said decree, the following described real property mentioned in said de cree; to-wit: The following described property in the «City of Greenwood, Leflore County, Mississippi, describ ed as commencing at the Northeast corner of Block 6, Douglass part of said City, run thence West parallel with Market Street 110 feet, thence E. South at right angles 115 feet, thence East 110 feet, thence North 116 feet to the point of beginning, being a fi° parallelogram in the Northeast corner of said Block 6, no feet wide from East to West, and 116 feed wide from North to South; also all rights to the use of an alley-way 16 feet wide to on the West side of said land; said sale U made subject to confirmation of I said court, and I will convey only euch ' title as I have a right to convey as such Commissioner. «... î Witness my signature this the 10th 'tag day of April 1917. | d A. R. BEW, Commissioner so U8»»»»6HH *>Ml8iM | |mm i ii yi n mnU8IUmdj ! IP— WAR - TRUlv A*«j for your health, and it , by protecting 7«« hwMR " giving you convenlene* sanitary plumbing that continue to do busineM. ' methods necessitate verT «1 tearing up. far w* plw «J* 1 J before w. execute it. we * •pedal atwntioa to out « m y r 1 jm wofk. + • L HABBIS :•PHONE 132 JOE Plumbing and Hfea Gre^nw . . 'JM#'. *■ V m i CLASSIFIED ADV! 17, in of on to in A? "■ WANTED—A young man fori clerk at Hotel Irving. Must k good habits. Apply at Hotel. WANTED—To loan $500.00 or 000.00 on good real estate eeca Address "X.Y.Z.' care this office. WANTED—Room with meal; couple who desire to locate in prii family. Phone this office for infon tion. FOR RENT—Six room cottagt a corner of Johnson and Hendon streets, with all modem conveniens Apply to J. D. Lanham, 211 Wd Market street. Phone 55. FOR RENT—Furnished or mid nished Rooms; Garage; centrally h cated; call phone 890 after 6 o'clock, or before 9 a.m. FOR RENT—One 8-roetai resident) corner Church and Main; modem is provenants. Apply to J. Kantor. 1 FOR RENT—Five room with bath, on Mississippi A Apply to W. T. Johnson. FOR RENT—One seven room et tage on East Market St. See M. Pierce. LOST—Kappa Sigma pin, stndè with diamonds; return to Fountaii and receive reward. FOR SALE—Well-rooted ti plants. SOcts per hundred or per thousand. Apply to J. S. Til Crystal Springs, Miss. FOR SALE—570 acre Hill Am, I miles from Tchula, 4 mules, 4 cpm Price »5000.00, »1000.00 cash, Mw easy terms. Gardner, McBit I Gardner. FOR SALE—A very pretty bin« low with modem convenience* «*1 Boulevard in Congress Height* HO Cash, balance easy term* Apply J. L. Gillespie, this office. j „ WRIT OF REPLEVIN NOTICE The State of Mississippi, UA* To W. C. Finley: A writ of replevin at the w» E. K. Myrick against you f° r A*j erland Automobile No. 19681, »hie before the Circuit Court «I I* fi° r e County, at Greenwood, Ufl «PPL has been executed and i* W pending in said court; and unl«P appear before said court on thjBW Monday in May, A. D. 1917, to **id action, judgment will Ml tered against you. | Dated this April 7th, 19W«v* G ' S - PATE ' - FQR SALE— Good Jersey 0 Phone 117. County. *d«rtW If you are not using the 'tag columns of The Comme..., ^ d J, y or weekly-you are * so ar* we.