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; Our Second Semi-/ nnual Clearance Sale ; ; Begins Tomorrow (Saturday) \ ! We have worked and ulanr.ed for weeks to make this the ; * biggest CLEARANCE SALE ever put on in Greenwood. ■ > We have arranged for your convenience the choicest line ! of Merchandise, especially in the Shoe Department. A few ; ; items we make mention nf today: ! ! $6.00 High Grade Dorothy Dodd j | Pumps. Clearance « > Sale price. ! ! $5 50 High Grade Dorothy Dodd Pumps in Patent and Kid, Clear ance Sale price .... I! $1.60 and $5.00 Dorothy Dodd j ' Pumps in Patent and Kid, Cuban it and Louis Heels, Clearance Black Kid and $ ♦ -Q J !p«ijO J : $3 75 and $1.00 Patent Leather Pumpa, Clear ance Sale [ price . $4.48 $3 50 and $3 00 Black Patent I'umps, Clearance Sale price . $3.98 $2.48 ♦ Mary Jane Pumps, black with . white buttons, the shoes of today + ; at Clearance Sale $1.79 X Sale ♦ | price II White Canvas Sport Pumps (no strap), our regular 2 $2.25 values, for . . ♦ White Canvas Rubber Bottom Garden Shoes, our ♦ regular $2 00 values, for . - -. $1.24 * I These bargains are so great they won't only go by pair + ♦ or pairs, but by tripple pair; so be sure to see them and get + $3.79 $1.89 2 ♦ yours. \ Antoon's Department Store j E. SLIM AN, Proprietor. I ♦♦♦❖«•I"!-* •>*•>*•!•**•>* ah 4 ft «r y. >v \ \\ ft fOL Vf' v V s lilf ' « [Cl < 9, ll isÂiCSltfâ Le: e m 3* Xv 'm. Phones 718 or 33. BRISTER—LOWRY WEDDING. The home of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Brister was the scene of a quiet home wedding yesterday at four o'clock when in the presence of relatives and friends of the family their fair young daughter, Edna Earl, became the bride of Mr. Hiram Henderson Lowry, of Charleston, Miss. F.ev. J. A. Hall of of the Methodist Church pronounced the impressive words that united the lives of these happy young people and made two hearts beat as one. The home was decorated with ferns, shashti daisies and sweet peas. Miss Lalla Houghston presided at the piano assisted by Miss Rebecca Garlove the talented violinist rendered sweet mu sic for the occasion. Little Rosamond Brister and Hilda Dodrige were ribbon bearers. The bride wore a traveling suit of gold silk with hat and accessories to match and carried a bouquet of white sweet peas. She never looked lovlier than on this occasion. The brides only attendant was her sister Miss Lillie Brister. Mr. Howard W. Lowry, brother the groom was best man. The groom is a prominent business man and has a host of friends in this city. The bride is a young lady of charm ing personality and her many friends are loath to give her up, but what is Greenwood's loss will be Charles ton's gain. The happy young couple left im mediately for Jackson and other points south and after a brief honeymoon will be at home to their friends at Charleston, Miss. COLLIER—WHITING. Clarksdale, Miss., July 12—Ben T. Collier of Greenwood and Miss Gladys Whiting of Humber, Miss., were mar ried Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Whiting. The handsome Whiting home was decorat ed in ferns and sweet peas for the oc casion. Miss Marie Bell of Memphis, just preceding the ceremony, sang "Love, Here Is My Heart, wedding march from "Lohengrin" was played by Mrs. D. B. Montgom ery of Clarksdale. After the wedding the young people departed in an au tomobile for a motor trip to Green ville. Mr. Collier is in the automobile business at Greenwood. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Whiting and is a pretty and charming girl. They will reside at Greenwood. —Commercial Appeal. Mr. Collier is at the head of the Valley Motor Company's sales office in this city. Since coming here a few months ago has made many friends both socially and in the business world. Greenwood will welcome his bride with pleasure and all wish for the young couple a prosperous and happy trip down life's pathway. Following a motor trip to Green ville and other Delta towns Mr. and Mra. Collier reached Greenwood last night and will be at home at the Rei man House for the present. The Miss Mildred George, of Jackson, is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Baird thia week. , ***** Miss Ather Parker, of Quito, is vis iting Miss Louise Minyard in North Greenwood. ****** Miaa Willie May McConnico is vis iting i^Vaiden tbU<week. I AN ENJOYABLE ENTERTAIN MENT. T. B. Minyard in North Greenwood was the happy scene last night of a lovely party given for their attractive daughter, Louise, complimenting her -"est. Miss Ather Parker, of Quito. Dancing and games were heartily en joyed. Punch was dispensed during the evening, ious vacation. __ Mrs. Ben Borchardt and children a nd Mis Esther Reiman, motored to several days. On their return home they will visit friends at Jackson and Yazoo City, | The suburban home of Mr. and Mrs. Ice cream and cake were beautiful ly served making a joyous evening complete for this crowd of young girls and boys who are having such a glor Vicksburg Tuesday, where they spent ***** Mr. and Mrs. P. L .DeLoach went down to Jackson this morning to visit a few days and will bring their chil of.drcn back who have been visiting their grandparents, Capt. and Mrs. Webb, * * * Mrs. Murry representing Interment College, of Virginia, and Miss Lucy Hobson, of Sullens College, at Bris tol, Va., were registered at the Rei man House this week. ***** Mrs. T. R. Henderson motored in from Cotesworth yesterday and spent the day here and was present at the Red Cross meeting and presided over same. ***** Misses Elleine and Willie Cameron, of Lexington, were in the city yester day shopping and while here were the guests of Miss Nona Quain. Mr. G. G. DeFoore, one of Sidon's substantial merchants and planters, was a business visitor to Greenwood this morning and made The Daily Commonwealth an appreciated call. Mr. DeFoore reports excellent crops of both cotton and com in his section of the county—the best in fact dur ing the past several years. • ****. Mr. Monroe McClurg, Jr., of Mem phis, is spending today with his fath er and sister here. He is an appli cant for the next Officers Training Camp to be held at Fort Logan H. Roots. He will return to Memphis tonight where he holds a position with the Ford Motor Company. ***** Mr. W. S. Dundas received the sad message this morning of the death of his sister, Mrs. Davis, of High Point, N. C. Mrs. Davis has been in bad health for some time, and the news was not a surprise. His friends sym pathize with him in his sad bereave ment. ***** Mr. C. U. Murray, of Marcelaiqe, Mo, accompanied by his wife and lit tle son, are in the city for a bridf visit to his neices, Mrs. Dr. Frank Smith and Mrs. Shelby Steele. ***** Mr. W. L. Ray, Mrs. Montgomery and two sons, and Miss Florence Ray motored here this morning from Mal maison and spent a few hours shopp ing. CYPRESS SHINGI E8 for sale. For prices phone Itta Bonn Exchange 14-5, or write C. G. NICHOLS, Swif town, jKlff. t~ RED CROSS MEETING. The regular monthly meeting of the Leflore County Red Cross Chapter met i yesterday afternoon at the Memor- ' ial Building with a good attendance. ' The reports all showed splendid i made and the organization | on progress is now complete and doing a splendid work. The Chairman, Mrs. T. R. Hender son submitted an excellent report of organization she has made, and said the machinery was now well oiled and * n K00< * r,,nn ' n £ order. Thechairman also state! as the fiscal year of the or- ganization had been changed from November to July, it would be neces sary to elect qflicers for the new year. Mrs. Hannis Sanders who has been the secretary and Mrs. C. D. Pepper, the treas - er, who have filled their of flees faith 'ally and well, tendered their resignation and the following officers were elet . d: Mrs. T. R. Henderson, chairman, Mrs. J. L. Gillespie, vice chairman, John Dulaney, secretary, Frank King, treasurer. The seven members added to the executive com mittee were: Mrs. W. B. Dickins, Mrs. J. T. Wells, Mrs. A. Weiler, Mrs. C. D. Pepper, Messrs. R. V. Pollard, C. R. Crull and B. B. Provine. The work committee were: Mrs. J. W. Barnwell, Mrs. J. A. Tyson, Miss Lucy McKay, Mrs. W. S. Marye, Mrs. R. C. King, Mrs. A. Bernstein and Relief committee: Mrs. S. L. Gwin, Mrs. C. E. Wright, Mrs. J. H. Sutton, Mrs. Calhoon Wilson, Mrs. Tyree, Mrs. J. C. Crowell and Mrs. Sumter Gillespie. Custodian of pins—Mrs. Hannis San Mrs. Percy DeLoach. W. C. , ders. The work committee reported about | 130 pajamas had been cut out and j are being made rapidly, but urged all I to come to headquarters and help with the sewing. Our sons and sweethearts are risk ing their lives in the defense of the her women. Surely America's' worn her women. Surely American's worn enhood will not fail to do its part out of a sense of patriotism and duty. The boys and men should have and stupendous task of the Red Cross to prepare in advance for their needs and comforts and to keep constantly at it so long as they have to remain at war, and there will come the ap-1 peal of necessities in their days of illness and convalescence. So you see this is no child's play or spasmodic thing, but a stern reality we are fac ing and what are .the women going to do about it? The Women of Leflore County are going to do, as they always do, their part nobly and faithfully in this great struggle and hour of need. the is it best our The "Hank and Pete" cartoons be gin with this issue of The Daily Com monwealth. They are rich, and worth while keeping up with every day. SPECIAL SERVICES IN THE EPIS COPAL CHURCH. On Friday afternoon at half past five o'clock there will be till further notice a short service of intercession in this church on behalf of our coun try and indeed of all countries in volved in the world war. There is nothing denominational about this service and all who may care to attend are cordially invited. CHRISTIAN CHURCH SUNDAY. Rev. Paul Jones Merrill, of Crowell, Texas, will preach at the Christian Church in this city next Sunday morn ing and evening, and a cordial invi tation is extended everybody to at tend these services. Rev. Paul Jones Merrill and wife, of Crowell, Texas ,are visiting the family of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hicks for several days. ***** Mr. J. B. Rovenhorst has gone to Hot Springs, Ark., to spend three weeks for the benefit of his health. ***** Mr. N. L. Cockrell motored in from his plantation on business this morn ing. ***** Mr. T. P. Price made a business visit to Memphis today. ***** SKIN SORES Itching, raw and bleeding, caused by Eczema, Poison Oak, Itching and Sore Feet, or other skin eruptions, are being relieved ail over the country with that soothing and healing Q. B. ECZEMA TREATMENT, (formerly K. E. R.) ..Liquid and quick, strong and healing, it stopN the itching, re lieves the pain and heals the sores. Now is the time—first application will convince you. Relief guaranteed, or your money paid back. Price 50c. For aale by your Druggist. A Limited Quantity of Very Fine SEED WHEAT For Sale. Price $2.50 bushel f. o. b. IIMDIANOLA, MISS. Sample of this wheat may be seen at MALONE & KEESLEk'S office. farmers Grocery Co. *** BATTERY C CANNING CLUB MEETING YESTERDAY. i ' tory C. Canning Club met at the home ' of Mrs. A. McC. Kimbrough. A num i ber of young ladies and matrons at | tended this meeting, and manifested a great deal of interest and enthus iasm. Owing to the liberal contri / : On Thursday afternoon, the Bat butions of Mrs. Lenoir, who sent a large supply of vegetables for soup stock, and Mrs. Harding who contri- buted some beautiful tomatoes, and ter-beans and string-beans were put other ladies who sent vegetables, a great many cans of soup stock, but up. The following officers of the club were elected: Miss Emma Jones Harding, president; Mrs. Maury Mc Intyre, vice-president; Miss Mildred Spurrier, secretary. A committee was appointed to ask the Young Men's Business Club to contribute the cans, and Wednesday afternoon was chosen as the day for weekly meetings. The next meeting of the club will be held at Mrs. Dave Jones' "House on Nebo." The young ladies will as semble at the home of Mrs. Harding at one o'clock, and will be conveyed who find it impossible to meet at Mrs. Harding's are requested to notify the president or secretary of the club, and arrangements will be made to send for them. Anyone who has vegetables suitable for canning in tin, is urged to send them to Mrs. Harding's, or Wednesday, so that they may be sent for. The names of this committee will be published later. in automobiles to Mrs. Jones.' Those notify the committee on or before next , | j I , ! BEST GRAfiE GULF AND STANDARD GAS 25 l-2c. E. K. MYRICK. PERSONAL MENTION FROM TO DAY'S COMMERCIAL APPEAL. J. R. Forrester, of Greenwood, was among Mississippians in Memphis on business yesterday. J. F. Russell, of Greenwood, Miss., was in Memphis yesterday on busi ness. He carried two automobiles to Rev. W. K. Clements, pastor of the Christian Church at Greenwood, Miss., was in Memphis yesterday. Mr. Clem ents married Miss Sallie Morgan Kim brough, a daughter of Judge A. McC. Kimbrough, former chancellor of the seventh chancery district of that state, Greenwood on his return. - R. D. Portwood, an employe of-the head office of Humphrey & Co., cotton buyers, at Greenwood, Miss., was a ! visitor to Memphis yesterday. Be fore going with Humphrey & Co. Mr. Portwood was cashier of the Itta Bena , Banking & Trust Co., of Itta Bena, jMiss., He married Miss Bess Young U. Ray, president of the First Nat ional Bank of Itta Bena, Miss., and a large land owner in Leflore and Sun of Itta Bena. : j flower counties, is at the Baptist Mem orial Hospital for an operation. He was accompanied to Memphis by his physician, Dr. H. L. Shannon, and Albert Reese, cashier of the bank of, which he is president. We wish to sincerely thank the good people of Greenwood and vicinity for NEW YORK LIFE INS. CO. M. FATHERREE, JR., Special Representative. Phone 574. Greenwood, Miss. CARD OF THANKS. their many acts of kindness and sym pathy during the illness and after the death of our beloved husband and father. MRS. SAM CORRERO AND FAMILY. July 10, 1917. Loyalty first to your Country and then to home. Your portrait will make some one happy. THE SPURRIER STUDIO. TUCKER BOLL WEEVIL CATCHER FOR SALE. Will catch weevil and increase cot con crop 60 per cent. Apply to THOS.H. JONES care of H. D. WALKER AUTO CO, Green wood. 1918 Model Cadillac NNOUNCEMENT of the new Cadillac Model will be made in the Saturday Evening Post of August 4th. ~ Model will be styled Type "57". This Model and prospective pur chasers of high class automobiles will do well to awart this announcement before making purchases. Our demonstrators will be shipped in this month. We can make deliveries m August. Remember the Cadillac automobile is the standard of the world. A The will be the 1918 I I 1 I I H r H. D. Walker Auto Company the calendar has displayed the fate ful number on the luckless day. 1 he first Friday, the 13th, came in April, and although a score of terrible things happened, nothing serious material ized, not even an increase in the num ber of U-boat sinkings. If, however, Today is* Friday, the 13th. For THIS IS FRIDAY, THE 13th. the second time during the year 1917 ' the number of trying circumstances is unusually large, it may be taken for granted that July is making up for April's shortage. W'atch your step! Step Lively! Stop, Look, Listen! NOTICE TO ALL WOMEN RED CROSS MEMBERS. The Leflore County Chapter A. R. C. now has over 200. pairs pajamas cut out and ready for making, and urges every woman member of the chapter who can sew to come to the old Bern s t e in building on Howard street and make one pair there under the direc tion.of a teacher, and after that they can take a pair home and make them, These supplies we are making are to be used in the hospitals abroad for our own wounded American soldiers when they are needed. Keeping these sup plies up is the women's part of the war and makes the work of the Red Cross Army truly a gigantic one, and means that we must be at it now and keep constantly at it until this war is over. On account of the difficulty of gett ing the raw material abroad the bulk of these supplies must come from America. In a letter, Eliot Wads ' worth, acting chairman of the A. R. C. to the Memphis Chapter, gives in the, following figures the amount of sup-jin plies greatly needed by our allies. 350,000 bath robes, or convalescent; gowns, 100,000 pairs of bed socks. 700,000 handkerchiefs, 650,000 hospital bed shirts. 450.000 suits of pajamas. 300.000 shoulder wraps. 800.000 pairs of socks, 250.000 pairs of ward slippers. These figures give us some idea of, the great task before us. Red Cross headquarters are now open at the old Bernstein building, and hours from 9 a. m. until 12 M., and f rom -3 P- m - until 6 p. m. Wo need y°ur help Prove your patriotism and j come, THE WORK COMMITTEE. The "Hank and Pete" cartoons be gin with this issue of The Daily Com monwealth. They are rich, and worth,T° while keeping up with every day. UNION EVENING CHURCH SER VICES—SUMMER 1917. Presbyterian Church, July 15th—Episcopal Church. Ser mon—Rev. J. A. Hall. July 22nd.—Presbyterian Church. Sermon—Rev. W. C. Tyree. July 29th.—Baptist Church. Sermon —Rev. M. H. McCain. Aug. 5th.—Methodist Church, Ser mon— Rev. W. C. Tyree. Aug. 12th.—Presbyterian Church. Sermon—Rev. J. A. Hall. Aug. 19th— Episcopal Church. Ser mon-Rev. Joseph Rennie. Aug. 26th. Baptist Church. Ser mon—Rev. J. A. Hall. Sept. 2nd—Methodist Church. Ser mon—Rev. W. C. Tyree. Sept. 9th. Sermon—Rev. L. W. Rose. A WORLD-BEATER Of Screen and Diamond fame is— CHARLES RAY in a comedy of the cam P us - Romance, thrills and sure-fire ap-'gro j "THE PINCH HITTER." "A ture every red-blooded American will enjoy," says John K. Tener, President National League of Base-Ball Clubs, "A Corking Base-Ball Play."— Bozeman Bulger, Base-Ball Expert, N. Y. World. "A Prize Thriller,—a Master Pro- ' duction—Charles Ray, Immense."—F. Ç. Lane, Editor Base-Ball Magasine, A Gawky Youth Goes to College and Becomes a Man's Man, and a Worn an ' 8 to ° Saturday, July 14th, Greenwood ThMtre. 5 j MARY WASHINGTON'S WILL. ■ As Registered in Clerk's Office at Fairfax C. H., Va. The following copy of the will of Mary Washington, mother of George Washington, was given to Mr. Gid Montjoy, of this city, while on a recent visit to Vicksburg, by Mr. F. H. ! , Rahm, whom he happened to meet while there. Mr. Rahm was a member of Company B, Mosby's Command, of which Capt. R. P. Montjoy (brother of Mr. Gid MontjJ|y) was the captain, Below is a bit of history connected the will and the will complete: To Whom It May Concern: The original of the above will was stolen from the files of the Court rec our witli ords in Fredericksburg, Va., during Civil unpleasantness" and held in obscurity until recent years, when it was located in the possession of J. Pierpont Morgan relics. Demands were made upon him for the surrender of same, which on being flatly ignored, the matter was taken in hand by the State of Virginia with a view of en tering suit as being stolen property, In the meantime Mr. Morgan died and his sons made the State of Virginia a proposition to surrender it to the Goy-1 ernment at Washington tq be placted among its relics. This was refused the good health, but calling to mind the I uncertainty of this life and willing absolutely and, having run the length of their rope, they reluctantly surren dered it and it is now resting in peace where stolen from. With the Compliments of F. H. RAHM, Richmond, Va. The Will. In the name of God! Amen! I, Mary Washington, of Fredericksburg, in the County of 'Spotsylvania, being to dispose of what remains of my ! wordly estate, do make and publish I this, my last will, recommending my j soul into the hands |of my Creator, I hoping for a remission of all my sins j through the merits and mediation of Jesus Christ, the Savior of mankind; I dispose of all my wordly estate at i follows : land on Accokeek Run, in the County 0 f Stafford, and also my negro boy George, to him and his heirs forever. Also my best bed, bedstead, and Vir ginia cloth curtains (the same that stands in my best room), my quilted blue and white quilt and my best dressing-glass. Imprimis.—I give to my son, General George Washington, all my Item—I give and devise to my son, Charles Washington, my negro man m i to bim and his assigns forever, Item.—I give and devise to my daughter Betty Lewis, my phaeton and my bay horse. Item.—I give fcnd devise to my daughter-in-law, Hannah Washington, my purple cloth cloak lined with shag. Item.—I give and devise to my grandson, Corbin Washington, my ne gro wench, old Bet, my riding chair, and two black horses, to him and his assigns forever. Item—I give and devise to my grandson, Fielding Lewis, my negro man Frederick, to him and his assigns forever, also eight silver tablespoons, half of my crockery ware and the blue and white tea china, with book case, oval table, one bed, bedstead, one pair sheets, one pair blankets and white cotton counterpane ,two table cloths, isix red leather chairs, half my pewter and one half of my iron kitchen fur Item. I give and devise to my j grandson, Lawrence Lewis, my negro wench Lydia, to him and his assigns forever. 8 Kern I give and devise to my granddaughter, Bettie Carter, my ne woman, little Bet, and her future increase, to her and her assigns for -1 pic-lever. Also my largest looking*!!»»». my walnut writing desk with drawera, I a square dining table, one bed, bed-1 stead, bolster, one pillow, one blanket and pair sheets, white Virginia cloth counterpane and purple curtains, my I jred and white tea china, teaenoons. ' and the other half of my pewter crockery ware, and the remainder of my iron kitchen furniture. j Item—I give to my grandson, George Washington, my next best dreasing-glass, one bed, bedstead, bol ster, one pillow, one pair sheets, ono iblMldt and counterman«. 1 . r.* jjjfc Item. I devise all my » mHh.,. j parel to be equally divided bet*» my granddaughters,. Betty Cnu Fanny Ball and Milly Wsihinjtoiu but should my daughter BettyLnh fancy any one, two. or three irüeW j she is to have them before ffhjfa thereof, Lastly, I nominate and .. appoint at said son, General George W.ibburti. ; executor of this will, and ai 1 onefe* or no debts, I direct my executor ta give no security nor appraise my* täte, but desire the same may be a) lotted to my devisers, with m little trouble and delay as may be, dob» j their acceptance thereof at the toka I now have to give them of my few' f° r them. In witness whereof, I have hem» to set my hand and seal thia 20th day May, 1788. MARY WASHINGTON, j Witness, John Ferneyhough. | Signed, sealed and published in tm presence, and sighed by ua in the pr*., ence °f the said Mary Washington sal *t her desire, j J #s- Mercer. | Joseph Walker, . : THE SERIOUS GUY. Beware of the serious guy! tin bird who gmileg gbout ls of y u a century plang bloomg an( j „ tUgk he'd been chewing a quince. j Steer clear of the old stechel fut ] Being serious has sent more wolfi ti j the reason refinery thin golf. HA ■ all wrong! The "deep stuff" squib. Off like air egg. He can't see comedy or«f- j thing foolish. He's about ts inter- j esting and humorous as a time table. 1 Put 1 him in moth balls, folks. W« j have grip, toothache, rheumitiivd corns, politics and other ills te gne 1 us gray hair and make us glooewk without hunting and doping things it | make life miserable the way the i* i ious guy does. J Grin! customers, grin! J Don't be a hangnail. Wear a glia | that'll make the grand caayoa W j like a split hair. j Remember the old adage: grit • j the world grins with you. FroTCfp you're an empty house. i We sell Campbell's Afatlt* Fbdd for floors and fine interior w«A Golden oak, light oak, dark «k » old oak, walnut, spring frees, eksff natural, mahogany, Ete. AUTO RENEWING CO. Phene «I WALTER D. FOX. 0. D. A. Weiler A Co. wish to to their friends and patrons, tbrttw have secured the services of E. Fox, 0. D., lately of ÏM"* ____ ■f|f|||"|(*n iflill HI ||%%||»|r|J pPll ' WANTED_ Two"-rôômT"»ë^j*^ ; • foT man and * rtf T I in private family wr m» ^ Address E. V. Baker, Kitcbei*_, horns. blocks «•" Mo. Dr. Fox has had yeM^J'jjJ ionce in the testing ryes, capable of handling sny glasses at* needed to giv* your eye trouble. If the lids burn, your hssd " your vision is poor, yw _ prompt relief at a reasonable Satisfaction Guaranteed. A. WEI LE* AW Jewelers and OotoiasU* csss, vk** or ; o If you want to sell it it in The Daily Cnmnwmw^. 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