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BUSINESS LEAGUE MEETING.
The Business bague met Inst Tm
day t. The Commit!»un i
i
tatioii and by laws reported sum*
Lea if ne which
to
accepted.
The
vere
discussion of a
cotton factory was 1*
fore the order for an hour
v more.
'uiif to ou*
bringing ont tin* laet that ..
surrounding
Lands of the delta
it
was a lval ne-.
•it y
are cotti
•ill irro
pn;
inf? lands they
V more cotton
than any other product ami the idea
decreasing the acreage is
what is
of
vn-ii-f.
*nt
<*eded is m prio- : t .1 this run
be Im
cotton factory nr fnotnri, - n
le ITfftion of II
onreouniy
Every supporter of such \
invited here Saturday
■oik
Hu !
foundation for such a struct - re
laid in the way
ill he
of securing
stork.
With such men behind tin
en lerprise
as those who now com|
the factory will bo Imill and if pn.-sibi.
in time to work up onr
The question* of freight ami
ext yea
s rri.p
other
matters were brought up
ed their share of attention,
citizen living in the city or out of it
who has the interest of the town ai
heart is invited to join or attend the
meetings of the League,
ings are held o
week, at the Mayors office.
* only interesting but art
do every enterprise
Come out.
y hielt recei v
These
Tuesday night of each
il are not j
.•alcnlated to
in the city good. ;
Ittu Berns Stiup Shots !
Farmers are hustling. !
U /. i • . i /. ,
r. Cohen visited Greenwood lues
I
T. F. (iordon. of Bear Creek, was in I
town. Wednesday.
. i T 1V „ , .
Mr. Jell Hutchinson was up from j
B 1 in Lake Tu esd a y .
Mr. W. M. Bennett and Will Hayden
were up from Mosquito Monday.
Mr. L. J. Young, spent Tuesday and
Wednesday m Greenwood on business
Mr. K. L. Young
trip to Baird the latter part of last
week.
ilav.
a hieim-s.
made
ig. Dr. T. 13 IIol-1
I
The Lake is rising, ami high local (
• water is expected, the lake is now up!
I
Messrs. H. F. Y<
man and Elmer Harris, attended the j
Winona Talk Fish.
to the brick stores.
Mahoiiy Brothers, are under contract 1
with R. C Reese to have a store built j
on his corner lot on main street.
Mr. Scott sold another car load of j
cattle this week.
aki ig the fourth !
oad within two or three
loads of which were shipped to Oklaho
ma Territory.
tin-.-. ;
Mr. P. Cohen is having the cabins j
moved from his lot where the ('oiiiumr
fl was burned, and will as soon
'hole row of lii- e i
cial llo
as p Ksible h iv»
bries * Lores booming up.
!
1
candidate
Mr R. II. Hicks, who is
for circuit clerk, places his announce
ment in ibis weeks issue. Mr. Hick*
i-midklates that is
'
is one of as popnln
running for any office in
and his past services as
still stands as a recommendation of hi*
the county,
d official
ability.
Summer Hornes' Folder, 1S99.
Mr. W, A. Turk, (ieneral Pa^engc
Agent of the Southern Railway, is col
lecting information for Summer Home* !
Folder for the ensuing Summer, giving
the names of proprietors, post-office
dresses, at or
j
d
*ar what station, con
I
voyance used, number of guests, terms ,
per day, week and
mat ion will be printed in an attractive
and a large edition puhlislied and
This itttor
in t li.
fori
distributed by the various agents
this immense system throughout all
sections of the country. Persons con
templating taking boarders for the
ensuing Summer arc requested to apply
* to the nearest railroad agent for blank
to be filled out giving the above infor
mation, and forward at once to W
A. Turk, General Passenger Agent.
Washington, D. C.. so that it may reach
him not later than April 1st
.1
Wanted At Once.
Four good saw-mill hand*. :il*o two
logging outfits and hands to run same,
to haul oak and ash logs. Parties own
ing same and want steady work will
do well to come or write.
H. V'. MeachaM. SIdon. Miss
I
|
i
!
Ko hing but pieferred risks are taken
in the Mutual Fire Insurance company j
risuMiic*
of West Forint. To secure
your house must he seventy feet from
another. This reduces risk of tire and
cost of insnr nice.
CUKID with veRcfii
K**rnr<lieH. Hav»-:-.:r
mnny thousand < »-•
called hopc-less. In ten
dtys at least two-third» of all symptoms remo
•*d Tehtimonials and TEW DATS treatment fr
DÛ. H. B. GREEW'S SOWS. Box K, Atlanta, li..
DROPSY
Public Statement Prom
A Public Man
i
to
K
» 11 . W. H. «, hi.■>•, I : \ •
West \ ircinla,
.r sta
of
• |M M lei
< h a tu
To - „ ....
W V;
. Mar. J, 18Ü6.
sin
" I m< ist heartily rei
mend IV -1
it benefit in .
a- * •!
larrh.
it
ally he he tie iu 1
herevt r the
esp
nia.-.
As a
too;«' it eertauily has
W. 11. Oui.i
. io superior."
v. K.\ Seeretary oi State.
II
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WM .
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; the only ellicient remedy
for catarrtial diseases, hut Hier
countless multitudes of people wl
! still struggling with catarrh nml need
! help To .such as the unqualified
reeouiniemlutiori of I'e-ru-nu by Ex
. , lt . . . .. *
I Secretary Oh ley is directed IV
is sen-ntitle and purely vegetable. Ail
I druggists sell it.
SETH LOW ON EXPANSION.
j
Hon W 11 On m y.
ed til*
Til. ;
TV- 1
i-na ha ci
isamls of ob
is perhaps
existence
a re
uite cases of cala
ProNiili-nt of ('»luiublaTalk*
ill> Stuilfi
President 1.
v of ('olumhia universi
iy addressed the students of the I'ni
versify of Pennsylvania at tin* Academy
f Music in Philadelphia n i-ntlv mi tile
" Th " s,a "" i
Discussing the Philippine question, h
Maid
ln 1 SHU
"Some shv that the islands should
have been surremlered
the native*
1 1 is urged
demanding a cession
I of the Philippine Island* to ourselves i -
( . 0Ullmra j )1( . NVlt h what the action of
France would have been if at the end
I of the Revolutionärs war France had
made peace with England by demand
ing the cession of England's Amerie
colonies to herself L-Mving ont of >
count the fact that Pi ;.
j under a joint protectorat
Unit
action
1
j
■e had entered
j into formal alliance witn 11 : « • colunist*»
d tlx
! to
in set
e rather that tin- demand
; it ■
fill* to
of those who se»
punt plot, et. it t
for the nativ- - h like t dem.
(he
part of Fn
j England * < - -1«
Indians nndei
•e had -he
■* sill UId be l»*tl to tile
it Joint pi--!-ctmate
in Midi uflairs to leave
lad»- it that
ll
is impossible
i ont the d.-mmiMrated capac
If government
! tty ot a j
1 "Lmloubtt-'llv the I'nited State}
„hmild
d undoubtedly we shall give
to the native* of th** Philippines
great a measure of s»df government as
th.-y ar« c-Hpahl.- ..f .-m-t
' could not. in justice to civilization
snme in »air treaty with Spain a capac
lty for civilized government mi tin* part
of the native* which lia* never
shown to exist It was the same JefTer
son who wrote
dependence that government ought b
rest upon tin cmiM-nt of the g.-v. inei
and who argm d l«»r a strid
N.
but WM
rising
ell
Declaration of In
! 1,1
const rue
of OUI
national e<
i*titnti-.ii that
j purchased Louisiana fr
Napoleon
■ ithuut the consent of the people sov
•ignty over whom was thus transfer
•ith
I red to tin* I'nited State* and al
, ont rtI]V ul |„.
connection with the cession u! the I'hil
constitutional authority
than that which ha* been
exercised in
lpplln-s
" F M lei
conditions tin*
trol from hurbartsin and semibarharism
and to substitute for either something
better our own national life rests upon
inexcusable wrong to the aborigine*
whose land we have taken and for
whose civilization such as it was. we
have substituted onr own
"To say that in the premises we have
no duty to civilization or to tlie Philip
pine Islanders is to claim that a self
governing democracy by its very nature
is incapable of serving other peoples ex
cept by its own example ldo not think
so meanly of democracy
civilization under proper
ight to withhold c
Piles Cured
By using Smith's Sure Kidney Cure
I has made a radical cure for me. I sut
| fered severely from bleeding piles sev
i en teen years, and although I tried every
! well recommended remedy, failed to
.. r . 4l .
j receive any relief other than the most
temporary. Finally I commenced the
use of your medicine, nml a very short
course of treatment with it ha* cured
e. S. Lehman. Memphis. Term.
Price *)0 cents. For sale by
Spring is nearly here so get ready to
plant yonr spring advertisements in the
Commonwealth
our shoe sensation!
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Sale
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t
Shoes
1
at less
than
Factory Prices.
IU 1 .. »•'
SI. Sal
to haw tin
c\ cry
rnna rka Mi
nn ist
alti-mpti-il in (iivrnwi
rN
II' quality and
priri-s w
V'-V.
W'r
a s\vn*|iin>' sun
hoiH'Htly believe in this sale
m
■ t
we will oiler
In*
Slums at lici-rtnl'oiv iitilicat'd nf nriivs in
.
this nullity.
W i- rau du thin 1 ><•<
•anse while in
A
tll(' lliai'krt SOIIH' (L'tys ;i<r() our imvtT
was a
/ I
a hit ul' -lines at a ligure mach less
tiiaa factory prices.
StMMIlV
)«*.s WH \\
iller in this sale at a lower ni'iee than the Ja.etniw
sell them lor.
installée,
\Y
hir
\vn w
$.100
2.00
1.50
Shoes for $1.50
Shoes for 1.20
Shoes for LOO
Shoes for
a
*K
1.25
.75
¥
*
vu
-nTi;int.M who
would do well t:
■f, Wi
M
wish ti
] j I < ■ 11 i.' 1 1 their stocks
:
or S('H(
i*ir onlcrs.
*r
in ly .'lycrou t
one week, heilig .M.-nvh .'5th, ending April 1st.
continue 1 his side for
. h
M. P. MOORE Sc CO
( iWlÀENWOOl ), M
Mail Orders promptly and satlsfaetorlally filled when aeeompanled by the Cash.
Just received a large and select line of new style Spring and
Summer Wash Fabrics. See next week's paper.
N. B.
WITH GREENWOOD'S CHURCHES.
METHODIST.
I'rcachlmr at II
Kliwoilli l.eagi
y.-r M»-»
b
i
Wednesday a
J. H. M
T p
I'LL.'!, Vi BRIAN.
Preaching ui II a
S a ndi
Prayer .MedIng. Thursday
*. bYN
|u a
' K*. Pi
III
BAPTIST
SHNDAVS.
i. and T;'V
PrciM-liing at 11 a.
Sunday School al l<* ». rn.
Voumr People's Meet Ing at p. m.
Pray« ! Meeting. Tuesday at 7 in p.
P. I. Li
v. Pastor.
OH. PEFFCR'S
ROYAL-TANSY PILLS.
NEW DISCOVERY. NEVER FAILS
. reliitbl« »rid *»»1« r«Ii#f for
A
■uiipre*»«'», mrm»»iv»», nrnnty
fui mwnatruntion. N
K, 1.000 l.ADIPn.
orunriN. HKWAHK
W ITATlONN. ti l«r
F >'r«p»14 In wr*[,|*r. .J', 1 ';
»foriipH for jiHrtlcnlnn». LKFLhll
JT, MEDICAL ASSN. Chicago. IH.
îiiTigorHi«*«
UANornot H im
41
For sale by C. W. Crfwkett
SAM LEE'S
CHINESE LAUNDRY
Can do your work equal to tha
done at Birmingham or St. Louis
Kork Ouarnntocd.
Prices Same.
Drummers' work received in the
morning returned on same day.
LA I* N DR Y NK.Mt I'OSTOK l-ICK.
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MENKEN'S
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public jnstihitb
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lo re the lady of fashion, the
1 the
can 111 wax s fei I at
In
•keeper the rich
poor alii:
lioim
hen- they can get the
1 best value.
i
coireel tiling
ill,
O ,,!>
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undersb
IN' '1' wish to b
lien vve say
d
IV A III, Ihn jin'll III
except in doing more than we
n*rv article
and
We Hell
promise.
woni by men, womet
children, from shoes to lints.
every article used in the
household, from kitchen to
parlor It is well to reinem
her that
ID Kill,(I U"il> I'ri
Fl
id
for
nr pet*
( hii.nwnre in emjrhis
have nu de it possible for ; ■
t'» enjoy comforts now.
jit ure,
•î
Fmyht I 1 '
1 1
ent direct I'» til
r »H nil ordei'H
firm nmonnting to
n id
id
Send for Catalogue
ds not satisfactory •-;» n I
returned
(,
/• Hi nihiimrh iM
Ml lb b"i Sinn ) ',
while in the city
rooms and lavatories for your
accommodation
waiting
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THE J. S. MENKEN GO.,
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