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BN1MG. ^ Aoner of the visiting dels»ates Aa the Auxiliary Council of the Dio |f ***■ «**7. an informal tea will be given ! tomorrow afternoon at five thirty ' o'clock at the pakcial residence of Dr. and Mrs.- T. B. Henderson. The mem of the todies' societies of the oth - or churches of the city are invited to STS, Tomorrow night is General Mission ! ary services and will be held at the fe church, by Rev. R. W. Patton of India Kji nota. Dr. Martin of Yaioo City, and Dr. Bm aad will also take part in the R* service. The services tonight will be conduct ed by Bev. Joseph Kuehnle. The pub lic is most cordially invited to attend all of the services at the church dur ing the meeting of the Council. ill Mrs. Frank Pleasants motored in from M inter City yesterday afternoon shopping. Mrs. C. E. Wright is visiting her parents in Hazlehurst this week. o. B. ECZEMA TREATMENT »» <( Formerly known as KUYKENDALL'S [K. t R.) —Slops the Itching— —Relieves the Pain— —heals the Sores— Guaranteed relief for Eczema,Tetter, Poison Oak, Itching Toes and Feet,Prick ly-heat, and all Skin Erup tion or MONEY PAID BACK Price 50c. For Sale by your drug dealer. J.W. Quinn Drug Co., Mfrs. Greenwood, Miss. Before discarding that old gown consult Nettie Ingram. She gives them individuality and dietinctveness., Fancy headdress considered for ladiee and girls. Phone 643, or call over Wiggins Drug Store, Carrollton Aven ue. m (g)® C. E. JORDAN & CO (§) É® K§ GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI t. SPRING CLEARANCE SALE PRICES SUBMARINED WITHOUT WARNING ON OUR / y $40,000.00 STOCK SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK ON ALL SALES FURNITURE 7 ' ! THE LATEST AND BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS I • i APRIL 18 TO APRIL 28 «um »mb m H , I ;\| 1 ALL GOODS SOLD FOR CASH m i ■V, •4 ' ■'* f xiüÊ&i * ' it ■ % A. . . A LOVKLT BRIDGE PARTY. Mbs Blanche Hall was the charm in» hostess on yesterday afternoon with a bridge party, complimenting her house roast, Mrs. T. C. Cartwright of Denver, CoL, who was formerly Miss Bird Shankle, of Hollondale, and this thoughtful hostess had a few of her old Greenwood friends to enjoy with her, the afternoon together. Two tables of auction bridge were arranged for these congenial friends and after the game, delicious ice créas was beautifully served. Dr. to the KING'S DAUGHTERS CALL MEET 1NG. There will be an important call meeting of the King's Daughters to morrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 3 o'clock. Every member is urged to be present. ~ Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Crenshaw re turned to their home at Scobey after a few weeks visit to their daughter, Mrs. J. H. Freeman. in Mrs.«Yandle Fraiser and Mrs. E. E. Bew were Greenwood visitors yester day from their plantation home at Shellmound. • * * * • Mrs. Ed Jones motored in from Schlater this morning and was ming ling with the busy shoppers in Green wood. ***** Mrs. L. A. Clark and Mrs. J. F. Crowell represented Itta Bena shop pers in Greenwood today. » * * * * Little Mary Francis Swift, of Swif town, is visiting her cousin, Miriam Chandler. ***** Mrs. J. R. McBride and Miss Calvin, of Carrollton, were in' Greenwood yes terday shopping. ***** Mrs. W. C. Jones and baby, have re turned home after a weeks visit to relatives in Lexington. ***** Mr. and Mrs. C.,y .Williford have moved into their new residence on Carrollton Ave. ***** Mrs. M. S. Rose, of Highlandale, spent • few hours here today shopp ing. ***** * Mr*. H. C. Love ,of Sunflower, was in the city yesterday shopping. ^Mrs. Dickerson, of Moorhead, was a visitor to our city yesterday. ***** Mr». W. D. Parker, of Drew, was a Greenwood shopper yesterday. Thousands are Using ■ ■ rj \ t ' ■( R. * Mi 4 t i O' - ï) % * i t V Æ » $ Tonic King : >Wn sa V A p v A A ■fir BLOOD PURIFIER SYSTEM BUILDER For The LIVER, KIDNEYS, STOMACH AND BLOOD Rheumatism—Pains in the Back, Shoulders and Joints Indigestion and Constipation. SOLD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE GUARANTEE LARGE SIZE $1.00 BOTTLES 50c Call at Our Store No. 409 Howard Street, [One Block South Post Office) Greenwood, Miss., and get free samples—it's the best medicine on earth. TRY JUST ONE BOTTLE The many friends of Mr. J. L. Haley in this and adjoining counties will be glad to learn that he is much better. Mr .Haley has been very ill in a hos pital at Memphis, following an opera tion and much anxiety has been ex pressed in his behalf by his friends. MR. HALEY BETTER. Miss Lucille Richbourg, of Itta Bena, was in the city shopping today, and visited The Daily Commonwealth while here. SHE DESERVES THE BEST. Give her Elmer's Chocolates. WIGGINS' DRUG STORE, Agents. I Messrs. W. S. Barry and H. D. : Walker left this morning for Memphis making the trip by automobile, ASK GRIMES ABOUT MADISON JONES ADDITION APRIL 25th AMERICAN LAND CO. Hon. R. C. McBee spent today in Indianola on legal business. Remove that Corn with WIGGINS' CORN REMOVER 28c Bottle— Guaranteed. Mr. J. J. Barrow, of Money, was here today on business. DON'T FORGET THE AUCTION SALE OF THE MADISON JONES ADDITION AMERICAN LAND CO. Hon. F. M. Witty attended, court in Winona yesterday. Famous Allegretti Chocolates Exquisite Norris Candies. Full Line Magazines Hotel Irving Cigar and Newe Stand. If you are not using the advertis ing columns of The Commonwealth— daily or weekly—you are loser, and so are we. ■ ■ Men! Straw Hal Time Makes us insist that you come now and Select One 'I' 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 be found in the wonderfnl selection we are showing : % i Buy One Now At— fatc/otkt * — CLASSIFIED ADVS . WANTED—Room with meals by couple who desire to locate in private family. Phone this office for informa tion. WANTED—To Rent 5 or 6 Room house in a desirable location with gar den—Phone 890. FOR RENT—Six loom cottage on corner of Johnson and Henderson streets, with all modem conveniences. Apply to J. D. Lanham, 211 West Market street. Phone 66. FOR SALE—Good Jersey Cow. Phone 117. WATCH GREENWOOD GROW EAST AMERICAN LAND CO. . 1 FOR SALE—Well-rooted tomato plants. SOcts per hundred or |4.0t , per thousand. Apply to J. S. Tillman, I Crystal Springs, Miss. ■ I ! I FOR SALE—670 acre Hill farm, I miles from Tchula, 4 mules, 4 cowl Price $6000.00, $1000.00 cash, balance easy terms. Gardner, McBee A Gardner, 1 ** FOR SALE—A very pretty bungs low with modem conveniences, on th* Boulevard in Congress Heights. Psrt Cash, balance easy terms. Apply tt J. L. Gillespie, this office. FOR RENT—Furnished or unfur. nished Rooms; Garage; centrally 1«. . cated; call phone 890 after 6 o'clock, 0 r before 9 a.m. Mr. John Erskine, of Schlater, was here yesterday evening and paid The Daily Commonwealth a pleasant csjt.