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I I" A , m i'i T j» mm 'i I.-. I € f ; .-A) Phones 748 or SI. Vet with heart and hand and brain l mav he' a ^ ^ a The foHowingis a list of the new members enrolled by the Red Cross Chapter of Leflore County in Green wood yesterday: Mr.V J. Phillips. Mrs. Homer a, To All Chapters: Numerous "endless chain" letters ; have been brought to the attention of ed by «cognized individuals. Nothing by tel S RH Cms 9 . e Ind "inform L that all such methods of raising money are without the counterance or statement printed by your local news- \ paper* in as prominent a way as pos sible. RED CROSS KNIGHTS. "I will be a Red Cross Knight! I will wear the Sign! I will help the godly fight With the strength that's mine! Some may blow the stirring fife; Some may win a sword; Some may give a precious life Fighting for the Lord. "But at home my task is plain— Not the field for me. "I may knit and sew and fold; I may save and give Pennies, dollars, notes or gold That our boys may live. "Take the Cross and lend a hand In the goodly fight, Children of a gallant land, Each a Red Cross Knight!" NEW RED CROSS MEMBERS. Spraggins, Mrs. Elizabeth Morton, . Miss Fannie Walton Reeves, Miss Lyda Vick Wade, Mrs. S. P. Morris, Mrs. E. L .Mounger and Mrs. S. R. Young. The committee of laides started out this morning on a campaign of two days for new members, and they hope to enroll the names of all those in Greenwood who have not already join ed the Chapter. CHAIN LETTERS. June 11, 1917. es ELIOT WADSWORTH, Acting Chairman. The many friends of Mrs. Elma Mitchell will learn with much pleasure : that she is recovering from the sharp attack of Saturday night when she was taken suddenly sick with severe j Mrs. Mitchell is j pains in her side. • favorite with all who know her and they rejoice upon her improvement. • • * • » Mr«. C. B. McClelland and son, Charles, of Covington, Tenn., arrived this afternoon for a two weeks visit in the homes of Dr. snd Mrs. J. W. Dulaney and Mr. and Mr«. W .M. n . . 1 Peteet ***** Mr. Howard Peebles and his moth er, Mrs. Peebles, left yesterday for Hammond, La., where Mr. Peebles goes to claim his bride, Miss Sarah McCrady, which happy event comes off tomorrow afternoon. • * * * * Miss Willie May McConnico has re-1 turned from a delightful visit to Washington, where she attended the Re-Union and visited friends and was the recipient of many social courtes ies. Miss Betsy Forrester who has been visiting Miss Martha Forrester, left for her home in Meridian today, ac companied by Martha, where she goes i for a two week's visit. ! ***** Mrs. Gid Kelley and little son, Gidi Jr., returned Saturday from a two weeks visit to Mrs. Kelley's mother, Mra. E. W. Brieter, of Yazoo City. ***** Mra. Bob Joiner motored in from Sunny Side and was on business here today. Mra. Dr. Lucas was a 'Greenwood shopper yesterday from Moorhead. , * * * * * Special Soda Water Sale Wednes day. 2,000 votes on a dollar purchase KANDY KITCHEN. !» ' ' !> ! ! < • ! ! ! I 1 ' : —ONE MAN ! Boll Weevil Gatcher If YOU WANT ONE Phone 72 ■** ' ' * ••••••• GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI ■REVIVAL MEETING AT THE FIRST congregations still attend these meet ings Those who hear Dr. Little once are so much impressed that they re gret to miss any of his eloquent and forcible messages. The meetings will continue through the week at 10 a.m. Mrs. H. Bennett and little son, left for Greenville yesterday to visit Mrs. . .. t , Bennett's sister .Mrs. Sam Stern a few weeks. ! * * * ** Mrs. Jesse Wright and Miss Nena Harris, of Birmingham, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wilson in North The young boys of Greenwood gave a delightful dance in honor of the girls last evening at the old Valhalla Club rooms. ***** b Miss Frances Hulen, of Gainesville, Tex., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Th. Baptiat V. W. A. will ..II candy a, ,h. MM. « m . W«ln ; ,d., afUmoon, a,d Mr,, J. H. Pr,i«r. a, Jan, Mr. C. D. Pepper has returned from Mem phi, .h. " h. want for treat Miss Emily Butt, of Jackson, is vis ; Ring Mrs S. I. Osborn in North Greenwood. ^ Mr, Walter Carter, of Moorhead, was in the city^yesterday shopping. Mr. H. W. Scott, the popular trav eling representative of the Memphis Commercial Appeal, was in the city \ call. , BAPTIST CHURCH. Very large and deeply interested and 8 p. m. I Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Church and their pretty little daughter were shopping today from their Sunny Side planta tion home. • * i * * Greenwood. *44** inee tomorrow son, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lee ■ Simpson, of Sunny Side. j ment. ***** * <« * * * Mr. R. L. Pillow and Mr. Ernest I Herr left today for Hammond, La ÄÄ 'i as best man and Mr. Herr as grooms : man. j daughter, Miss Delia, left today for is j Chicago. Miss Gardner will take the course at the University of • * * * Hon. A. F. Gardner and charming summer Chicago. • * * * ♦ Dr. James Lewis is in Jackson today attending a meeting of the State Board of Veterinary Examiners, at which applicants to practice the pro fession are being examined. 1 ***** l I Mr. R. W. Maer, the capable Farm Products Agent of the M. & O. and So. Railways in Mississippi, was here from Columbus today on business. ***** i R. V. Pollard, a prominent attorney of Greenwood, Miss., had business in Memphis yesterday.—Commercial Ap I re-1 peal, 19th inst. to the was the State, was among his many Green wood friends today. ***** Mr. Granville Dudley, of Iuka, one of the most popular traveling men in Mr. J. D .Dillard was in the city left from the County Farm on business Mr. R. L. Foy was in the city yes terday from Valley Farm on business, ac- yesterday, i ! • * * * * Gidi two BEST GRADE GULF AND STANDARD GAS 25 l-2c. E. K. MYRICK. here Percy Ray, of Woodburn, Sunflower County, Misa., was in Memphis last night. Mr. Ray is considered one of the best farmers in that section of , the delta.—Commercial Appeal, 19th! If it happens you will read it in The inst. 'Daily Commonwealth. ! BEAUTIFUL FLORAL DESIGN, j I The Greenwood Floral Co., of which Mrs. J. W. Bealle is the capable man ager, was given an order by the rail road men on the Southern, west of Greenwood, Saturday that was hard to fill. The design was wanted for the grave of Mr. C. L. Foster, bridge supervisor who died from injuries re- as cently received in a motor car wreck and was buried Sunday at Carrollton, , Exerting every effort to make the design a fit token of the respect in Ï which Mr. Foster was held by the men of the system and one that would show his work the florists decided to make it in the shape of a trestle. bank of daisies representing the fertile grounds ben eath the trestle, the cross-ties and rails were reproduced with striking likeness an 1 Gladiolas and Sweet peas were used to complete the design. | -o- Capt. D. T. Mitchell was in the city today fror> his plantation home near Highlands' ?, on business and shaking hands with his many friends here, for- 0 - w ! IT PAYS TO PAY THE RIGHT PRICE FIRST. P BENEFIT SHOW WEDNESDAY, "Mothers of on France" at the Greenwood Theatre. | The Chakchiuma Chapter, D. A. R. has pledged itself to support a French War Orphan for a year. Manager Schilling has consented to give a ben efit show on Wednesday afternoon and night of this week to help raise the an in roomers oi r ranee is me snuw b * lled J or th " 1 day a " d ' 8 8 . | P that all should see. The Kandy Kitch en and the Crumont have also consent B, buylns yon, drink, at either th ... t.o p opular ton,.e.io^ry SLSÄT. -V I I .ill open dental In room, 1 3 and 4, in the new Adeline Building, on Howard atroet. July 1„. who,. I will give special attention to the prac tice of Dental Surgery, and a share of the public patronage will be ap predated. tfull JAMES R MOORE D D S ---mayors ^ Mr. J m foTanlp-to date moving picture show, is again employed at the Greenwood Theatre, He well knows how to cue any kmd , turn to Greenwood. I The bottom was a I GOODYEAR CORD TIRES. E. K. MYRICK. Sarah Bernhardt in ■ j ANNOUNCEMENT. >tt4 , t 4444444444444444444444»»*'HHH-M»»''H''M'»'H^»4--M''H''<'* !| X ANNIVERSARY ÇAl F ! £ fflllllTLIlVfllll Wnlmbf . £ 14 J + 4 l Tj) J Great Bargain Event! 4 NOW ON -AT YU 'Mj + HERE ARE SEVERAL SPICIALS Good Wide Sheeting (5 yards to customer) . "Fern", Best $1.00 Waist on Mtrket . Good Ginghams, assorted patterns -- 81x90 Extra Good Sheets - 40 inch White Voile or Organdy . 10 yards Light Shirting Calico^ ... Reduced Prices in Shoe Department Many Bargains in Every Department 32c 89c . 8 l-2c 79c 17 12c 59c SALE ENDS JUNE 27TH 444444444444**+'M'***+**** 1 H'**+***++***v*+*'M'*+++ , H»M' in BARREL OF OLD MUSKET. While excavating in preparation for the paving on East Market a few dàys laborers unearthed, several feet j, e i 0 w the surface, a barrel of a muzzle ago ] oa ding shot gun, probably used dur ing or shortly after the Civil War. The barrel is over forty inches long. The wood wor k 0 f the gun has long since away an d only the metal parts are left. The old hammer is stilled with rust but the trigger, in a more guarded position, still can be moved. FORD SERVICE I CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF GENUINE FORD PARTS. E. K. MYRICK. of of I Shelby S. Steele, of Greenwood, Miss., one of the best known insur men in the south, was a visitor to Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Steele him. Mr. Steele is one i ance j accompanied of Greenwood's most wideawake citi !» 1 zens. He served on the committee that ' ' visited Maj. Gen Leonard Wood in an !> effort to secure an army camp for ! ! Greenwood. Hii} father ,T. F. Steele, owns one of Leflore County's finest < • plantations. Mrs. Steele, before her ! ! marriage, was Miss Blanche McFad ! I den, of Tennessee.—Commercial Ap- : 1 ' peal, 19th inst. j ■ If you want a NEW KODAK or FILMS for your old one, we have them, any. price you want. "If it ISN'T an EASTMAN it ISN'T a KODAK." I. T. McINTYRE DRUG CO. "The QUICK DELIVERY Store" If you want to aell it advertise ip The Daily Copunopwealth. -r i. IN THIS SIGN, CONQUER. j Sixteen hundred years ago an enemy host threatened Gaul, modem France. The first Constantine, surnamed the Great, led his armies to the defense. Three times he was vie torious, and it was in this campaign, as Eusebius and other historians re cord, that he saw in the sky a lumin ous cross, with the Greek words which have been rendered into English: "In Ï his Sign, .Conquer. After sixteen hundred years there precursor of b'azes :n the heavens as luminous as that which struck awe to the heart of Constantine, a cross fiery, flaming and red—red with the blood of millions who have died for freedom, red with the glow of the mfero wherein the lib erty of the liberty of e vor is mg forged. , , | The Red Cross must be the symbol which America goes forth o con quer. All other forms of conquest we have renounced. Ours is the task not merely to supply milhons of men and fountains of foodstuffs, ships and the 'wpannns nf warfare: we must rebuild w ® ap « . OI . ' r „ n( , nn i P , cities and hearten war wo rnpeoples, P our oil on their wounds and bind jthem up, kneel by the dying and re ceive from their lips the simple testa ment of the faith in which we are to rise .fight forward and finally rest on our arms victorious. | The tardiness of our entry into the war must be the measure of our effort Let us give our money without s int when the call comes. The Red Cross will shortly appeal to America for $100,000,000. There ought not to be an American who will not give some Office. It "mustTT more" than that | P To^dv^môney is so little! Can the sh ining vou shut^your eyes upon the shining — A*. *» -a. * I«. are min. to sir. to W. t«nd » "h*"» ! Sr JX ",'nd in many in,».,» .heir hu„ I iiization of the Nation's resources for 1 relief to o«r o.n .olid.,, and to the soliders of our Allies. The 1W00, «00 .,11 eon...- .« .roa n« of that in spite of the shortness of time in which the movement has had to be organized. Approximately one fieTtheir "ntenUon to wage aggresive campaigns. Governors of states and of «tie » have suppRented ÎamatioTs to theTpeTple. The thing has a sweep such as no movement, ex ceptmgonlythe ^ be ^ yBond8ae '^ 8 ever ^ha d m ^' h ' s ^ Çcond only I New York Sun ' AN ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY f Summer Suit IN '17 MODEL Big Values -AT $7,95 &$g.95 Bernstein's : j ■ ..Men's Wear of Quality Now in our Hew Men's Shop of Beauty. - opposite Fountain's a«aaoo o*«îTTî —- 1 — FOR SALB. 1016 FORD TOURING CAR 1285.00 GOOD AS NEW. i PHONE 072 OB 837 , I J 4 * J 4 * * + ■t 1 WHILE THE WAR USTS We are going to "do our bit" and show our apprecia tion of the liberal patronage given us by furnishing all customers with our ^ 4 + * 4 4 4 * + 4 * 4 f 4 + 4 + + * 4 j ^ *^^*^++^++++++^1#+++++*+*+********************+*+****++*******+* 4 GROCERIES AT COST plus a very small per cent for actual expense of handling. We appreciate your loyalty-to our house, and we will show our gratitude by keeping prices down to the LOWEST POSSIBLE LEVEL. We don't expect tc clear a dollar while this war lasts. All we ask is to play even. We are going to give you the CHEAPEST and BEST service. t ! ? CITY GROCERY CO. 4 PHONES 627 AND 628 _____ QCHI.ATER NEWS ♦ By X. Y. Z. * 4***** + + **** + * + *+ «> * * _ have Miss Lillian CI. I. vi.i.in. in E. Philipp city. ,»«_ Mla. Jan«. and Mi., VI.Ian lane, Lin.loy .re tk, damning «ne,» oi " "IT ~ i Capt. D. T. Mitchell, of near Schla- or tor, in to.nj^t Thonday. j M . _ , , . M.» Dubard, Miss, last Friday, where she has been visiting her sister Mrs., Felps. ; wheat, he will begin thrashing it in a fewdays. ' Quite a number of the young people attended the dance in Rulev.He last Week ' ( bookkeeper, ♦ more Mr. Ed Jones has been cutting his will of I of Mrg.^dggs^nd MUs Gladys Jones motored over to Greenw0 od Fri ^ * f " Miss Mabel Evans is the guest of Mrs. Sidney Wilson. Mrs. J. A. Elliott spent last Tues day with her daughter Mrs J. D. Dillard in Itta Bena. Miss Susie Muse is spending the week witii Miss Thayer Bacon. - Rev. J. R. Hughes, of Greenwood, spent two days in Schlater last week. Shivers Moore has accepted a po sition in Boyle, Mississippi. Miss Mabeth Goff has returned home from college. ? Judge W. E. Ethridge spent Monday I in Greenwood. 4 . Mr. Henry Durham the owner of Durham Drug Co." spent three days fishing at Mossy Lake last week. He eports that he had a splendid time and caught Tots of fish. Crops in this section are not doing o well at the present on account of he cool weather that we have recently lad. Hon. Maynard Gardner passed hrough Schlater today enroute to Greenwood. Dr. and Mrs. Simmons spent Friday n Greenwood. Miss Alice Chatoney is visiting rela tives in Oxford. -0 Give your friend in the Training Camp your photograph. He will ap preciate it more than anything. THE SPURRIER STUDIO. A BIG BARGAIN. One upright Mahogany "Kimball" piano and cabinet bench in good shape. Has had little use and good attention. Will aell for »125 f.o.b. Winona. Big gest value ever offered. Phone 23, see me or write Box 443 today. W. R. BOND. TUCKER BOLL WEEVIL CATCHER FOR SALE. Will catch weevil and inereaae cot con crop M per cent. Apply to THOS.H. JONES care of H. D. WALKER AUTO- CG, Green. weed. A. Weiler & Co. wish to announce «> their friends and patrons, that they have sccuiefl the services of Walter ! E. Fox, 0. D, «4 - Kaaaaa 0*1*. ,»«_ lane, in th. .«tiny -4 i. W e,p.H. o. hand«., .ny e.„. .h„ ^y," =f* »WÄ or the lids hum, your head aches, or J", » £££ Satisfaction Guaranteed. " »TeIlS 4 CO. ; WALTER D. FOX, O. D. Jewelers end ODtometrist. Optimistic Thought Independence without wealth , if more common than with It. Prosperity of Peace. Olve me the money that has been •pent in war, and i will clothe every man. woman ana child in an attire of wl"<'<. vings and queens woula be prou every will cro'. u every hillside with a place of worship consecrated to the gospel I of peace.—Charles Sumner. ill build a schoolbouse In ••y over the whole earth. 1 Take The Deily Commonwealth. Which Do You Prefer? It is important for reasons of health and practical economy for every housekeeper to ask herself this question: Do I prefer a pure baking powdef.lW Royal, made of cream öf tartar derived from grapes, or am I willing to use a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived from mineral sources ? The names of the ingredients printed on the label show whether the kind yon are now using or any brand , new or old, that may be offered is a genuine cream of tartar powder, or' merely a phosphate or alum compound. Royal Baking Powder contains no nor phosphate. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York « >» a, I i '§ Spend Youf VaciW at On the Gulf C°**f Excu rsien fare* iw noW *** MOBILE & OH» railroad ^ «. Fine fishing;. BBltwstcrWjijJl r ing and boating. ForfurtJJgl mac . tion and descriptif to your Local Agent or G. E. A»«, D. P. A, j#**, H. E. Joaes, Jr., 6« ■ Ï51 m ft' Î 4 FOR RENT—Three brick j n g completed in SheV^M' ** <WI ^ I J n,™ fftjï? bunt to, take,,, „tta, „L, Ä M ÏJ5 Sbe% , CLASSIFIED ACV V,'ANTE D—To rent 2 nished for light-housekeeping; box 337, city. room NURSES RECORDS-For *1» The Commonwealth Office. FOR SALE—One latest model I cylinder Buick; perfect condition; kal run only 800 miles; $600 for M sale. J. E. Ross, Minier City, Mi* BILLS OF SALE-AtThe wealth Office. WANTED—A good hustling i 25 or over, to travel; will furoiihî car and make an attractive prop« to right man. Greenwood Mi Works, Greenwood, Mios. ' PERSONAL OR COLLAI NOTES—FOR SALE at The Co wealth Office.