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Automobile and Other Prires Will Be Given Away absolutely free BY THE w • KANDY KITCHEN AND ™i Commonwealth Capital Prize Automobile—2-Passenger, 4 -Cylinder Roadster The Winner in this Trade Cam paign has choice of the following Automobiles: Partin-Palmer, Ar go, Metz, Ford, Saxon two-pas senger Roadster or five-passenger Ford or Emerson* Fourth Prize Second Prize Ladies' Bracelet Watch—15 Jewel Elgin, 20-Year Case. \ Third Prize One Three-Piece 'french Ivory Toilet Set Ladies' fancy Lavalliere and Chain. fifth Prize Ladies' fancy Locket and Chain SILVERWARE FOR SPECIAL PRIZES Doz. Doz. 1-2 Soup Spoons 1-2 Butler Spreader* 1-3 Long Pickle Fort s Doz. 1-6 3-piece Child's Sets 1-4 Cream Ladles 1-2 Coffee Spoons 1-2 Ice Tea Spoons* 6-12 Cold Meat Forks 1-2 Orange Spoons Doz. 1-3 Berry Spoons 1-2 Oyster Forks 11-2 Tea Spoons 1-8 butter Knives 5-12 Sugar Sheila Silverware premiums will be given to the candidate selling the largest number of trade cards every month. Silver premiums will be given to the customer turning in the largest number of votes for any one candidate at the end of every month. , Read Rules of the Campaign. Save Your Voting Certificates. Votes will be given at the rate of 100 votes to the dollar on regular cash sales and purchases. 1000 votes to the dollar on the sale of trade books. 2000 votes to the dollar on Special Sales Days, which Wednesday and Saturday of each week. 1000 votes to the dollar on accounts paid which were made before ihe beginning of this campaign. Nominate yourself or some friend by dipping the coupon and get busy saving votes and soliciting your friends to trade with us. In case of a tie for any prize a prize identical in all respects with lhat tied for will be awarded to each tyins candidate. A first and second choice of cars may be required. GOOD fOR 5,000 VOTES are When used to nominate Candidate Only one to d Candidate. Clip out and nominate Candi date. In addition to prizes above named contestants will be given 1000 votes for every new cash yearly subscription to THE DAILY COM MONWEALTH; or 100 votes for every, dollar paid on new subMnptions to the Daily. 500 votes for new subscriptions to THE WEEKLY LUM MONWEALTH, or 250 votes for subscription renewals to the Weekly. CANDIDATES NOMINATED The following candidates have been placed in nomination. wish to enter please send in your names to the Kandy Kitchen as soon as possible. Any one else who may This is only a list and not the atandihgof candidates: Mrs. Alice Fields. Miss Ellen Christine Harding. Miss Mamie Prophet Mr*. C. D. Pepper. Miss Lucy Mitchell. Miss 8telta Moore. Mise Hugh Ella Quarles. Mr*. Turnage. Mrs. Tho* Turner. Miss Jimmie Smith. Mrs. J. T. Spivey. Miss Robbie Spencer. Miss Cecile Stern. Mrs. Upshur. Miss Lucile Wade. Miss Vivian Zellers. Miss Vasti Madlock. Miss Brooke Hunter. Miss Nora Anthony. Miss Jane Casey. Miss Nancy Davidson. Mrs. W. R. Chandler. Mrs. N. L. Dodge. Miss Mary Ida Dunn. Mrs. R. Dorman. Miss Dollie Hill. Miss Dolores Frazier. T KANDY KITCHEN Greenwood, Mississippi Campaign Owes December. 12,1917 . . »»»«I M »*»* » * tH*M4ta*****»îi*ril * 1 * ******** THE RATH IS BEST §■& for young and old when the HH| best plumbing makes for ssni tary precaution*. Elegonce, pWr.'. convenience end comfort are enjoyed when our open work Tjlpfèfl plumbing l* installed. We guer mtee that oar workmanship ie of the highest order. Our prices are really reasonable. j' D.LANHAM Plumbing, Heating and Electriail Work PHOMiT u greenwood, miss. I.. S2S8 . ? . .. ■■■■ . . un Greenwood, Mim. INTERIOR DECORATING Painting ft Paper Hanging Canvas Decoration a Specialty ÜBtiragtee Farnfahod Free in order In keep your hands from MftuOod when yea bev* ta ■TV __— «mb » I«« ifiMt long wooden rode taw I* tbs ends ef the flannel lid, nm wro " — ' ' Dei* riMUne^ft QUALITY FIRST Try us and be CONVINCED The best of everything to 5 EAT QUICK SERVICE At The AUGE CAFE ■ooooooao If you want to sell it advertise lit hi The Daily Commonwealth. BE CWWA80NFUESW0W Hure Are Some Plain Fast« About Oeadly Pest Which Ought to Convinoo Everyone of Neoeiaity for Destroying ' These Disease Spreaders Before • . Hot Weather Comes. l Where is the house fly bom? in filth, chiefly hone »* Bare and outhouaea. 2 . How long is tho life eyde of his birth7 About ten day» from the time the egg is laid nntil tha mature fly ia born. 3 . What are the steps In the transformation from tho egg to tho fly? The egg, the maggot, the pupa, the fly. 4. Where does the fly live? Where there ii filth. «. Is there anything too filthy for tho fly to eat? No. 0. Does tho fly like Clean food, too? Ye*, and it appear, to be hi* delight to wipe hi* feet on dean food. y. Where is his favorite plaoe of feeding? The manu» heap, the garbage can, the privy vault, and the ipittoon. 8. Where does the fly go after leaving tho manure pile,, the garbage can, the privy vault and the spittoon? into the kitchen, dining room and bedroom. 9. What does he do in the kitchen, dining room and bed room? He wipe* hi# feet on the food, bathe* in the milk, and annoy* the sleeper. 10. Does the fly visit those eiek with typhoid fever, con sumption, smallpox and cholera infantum? » doe# » tad may call on yon next. 11. Is the fly dangerous? Ye«, he spreads disease. 12. How does ho spread disease? By carrying infection his leg* and wing», and by "fly ipecka" alter he ha* been feeding on infectious material. 13 . What disease« may the fly thus carry? He may vey typhoid fever, tuberculosis, cholera, dysentery end "rammer plaint" ! on con* com* 14. Did the fly ever kill anyone? He killed more American adldiers in the Spenish-American war then the bullets of the Span iards, and was the direct cause of much of the typhoid fever in the United States last year. 1«. Where are the greatest number of oases of typheld fever and summer complaint? where there are the most flies. 16. Where are the most flie»7 Where there u most filth. 17 . Is the presence of flies therefore an indication of nearby filth? It most certainly is, and that is disgraceful. * 18 . How may wTsuccessfuily fight the fly7 By destroying or removing his breeding place, the manure pile, removing all garbage and making the privy vault fly-proof, and by keeping oar yard and alley clean; by screening the house; by the use of the wire swatter and sticky flypaper. I I t i ; ( I Stable Flies Tha pesky atsble flies »re e greet? source of annoyance to the «owe and the cause of considerable lose of milk end -vitality. They ere seldom killed by the lash of the cow's switch and when disturbed they rise Id a mass for two or three feet and then settle down another pert of the cow's body. As they are not attracted by bait It la not easy to catch or kill them. One bright dairymaid of-observing mind saw their peculiar habit of rlalng •nd settling In a bunch, adya a writer, ao she pinned some sticky flypaper to on YOUR WORST ENEMY He Leave» a Trail of Disette and Death Everywhere . !'• V 1 f a»* Î Ç.&' M Left enlarged Picture *f Fly*» Feet CwttaP—The Fly Himself. > Right—Fl/e Tongue. On the This Is no mere sensational utter ance; It is a cold statement of fact Listen to one of tho most eminent scientists of the country, n men trained to weigh every word ho aayo: •■Files are conceived In Iniquity, bred In filth and lead n life of crime. They occupy no piece In tho economy afl. join«** This is n strong Indictment, but It 1* not • Jot too strong. The American people have com* to realise the danger of the fly, and are campaigning strenuously against him. Files must be fought, and foufaat In the right way. To fight them b* the duty of every community to Ita mem bers, end of every Individuel to the community. . , If this little busring mena» does not strike you or yours, he will strike your neighbor. He will get Ml work In eomewhoro, *• rare ee fete. More American soldiers wag* failed . . . ... JOHN ASHCRAFT WARNER WELLE ISHHUFT * Will» ANY FEATURE OF INSURANCE I PHONE 460. * lgt Floor WUmn _ !|Mg0MtMgegg»«0igf|NgMgt9PliM itaM *** ai<vaB * m ' a sack and laid It over the cow'» shoul ders. In this way she soon trappet most of the flies. By doing this esri) In the rammer you will prevent theli breeding and, as they do not travel ex cept on an animal, you will be rid ol them for the season. Another effective way to get rtd a the stable fly la to catch them In a net Hake It of a fine quality of mosqultc .vetting at least 18 Inches long. On the end of a short handle tie a wire loot 15 to 18 inches In diameter and faates the net to the loop. As the file* rta* In a cloud you can catch.many of then with a swift scoop of the net. In • few minutes you can get moat of tbi Ales which annoy tha cows. The fly Is ns bney la P**e* as In war . He doesn't stop to send an old* la the Spanlsh-iAmerlcan war by flies then by bullets. They died from ty phold—fly-spread typhoid. flier* 1* no glory in giving yon* health or your life as a sacrifice to Ip namnee and cnrelesanoaa. There are 180,000 cnees of typhoid in the United States In e yean—and the fly le largely responsible for thta terrible consequence. Every year 70,000 infam ts under two jeers die In the United 8tetes from diarrhea and enteritis-end again the fly is responsible to n edhelderebie ex tent for this fearful result ^ The United States public health serriee he* made exhaustive Investiga tion Into the Uf* habit* of the fly. The Investigation show* that he meet than deserves hi* bed reputation. NMM •ÜffÉptlfpf——— '«El and Um bath la \ M any moment yoo cbo luxury1* withinraaeb Mi person nowaday*, bat M eaafM : « the enjoymont of tho bath la I greatly enchanced wboa - it ii taken in on* of oor largo tube. T , * ■ JOE M. HARRIS PLUMBING AND HEATING GREENWOOD. MISS. PHONE 132 m m SPECIAL VALUES IN JEWELRY Now that there fa no particular gift season just ahead you can have n chance to select the jewerly that YOU want. You should see our newly stocked, really superb line. ? DIAMOND LAVALLIERES DIAMOND RINGS BRACELET WATCHES MANICURING SETS MILITARY SETS CAMEO BROOCHES IVORY TOILET SETS BEAUTIFUL CUT GLASS Hundreds of staple and novel articles. We can sup ply your every want. Come in and select the articles that YOU WANT. A. WEILER & COMPANY \ THE RELIABLE JEWELERS. : : MISSISSIPPI. GREENWOOD, s R. P. PARISH, Sec'y and Treaa W. S. BARRY, Pres. FIRE INSURANCE! <îC pODöINGRESPflNSIBIlin CHS A MANS REPUTATION ALL OUT OF SHAPE ! ... , ? c©e We keep our business reputation in good shape by living up satisfaction-guarantee motto. If you insure with us we re go g make sure that you're pleased before the transaction is closed. GREENWOOD AGENCY GO.. INC. GREENWOOD, MISS PHONE 141. r E T The constant strain of factory work very often results in Headaches, Backaches and other Aches, and also weak- ^ ens the Nerves. , DR. MILES' \ ê ANTI-PAIN PILLS will quickly relieve the Nerves, or Pain, while Dr. Miles' Heart Treatment is very helpful when the Heart is overtaxed. IF FIRST BOX, OR BOTTLE, FAIL* TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED. SEVERE PAIN. ■■I used to suffer a great deal with lumbago In my «houjder* and back. A friend induced me to try Dr. Mil«' Ant-Fata Pills and I am only too glM to, be able to ; „ - attest to the «lief that I got from theee splendid pills. They form a valuable medicine and do all that It I* claimed they wlU da" LEWIS J. CUTTER, Marietta, Ohio. T. F. 8TEBLR, Pro*. SHELBT 8. STEBLR, Viee-Pro*. ft Mgr. The Delta Insurance & Realty Agency 218 W. Market St. Fire, Tornado, Accident, Health, Life, Pinte Gtaee, Employ Liability, Steam Boiler, Burglary and Automobile Insoraaco. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO WRITING OF COTTON COVERS. We represent twenty-four of tho Lendng Firo Com p a ni en of the world. Would bo glad to quote yon raten ontay nadaB Phone 167 . era lw v ctaaoee of Insurance* 1 i!