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, snh •ratio W** arc authorized ject. to the a party tie- foil* to announce of the De lid ate« ctio U)g CH L< Sheriff TOM (i.iKHoTT I. T HAHKKTT. .1, (, HALEY If Y M LA ('ll KM i if I rc.isu rcr LIST tor \ JOHN LI. ! : A1 TEKBl'.h test *\ H dent of ! ducat 1 r Nuperintei Lor Circuit C lerk B. 1 r Chancer' Clerk I (. K W1LI.IAMHON I.OCA I, ITEMS. . a I try Moon- I Ul W•' i 11 ■ I vaut g . oh M a j. W il Monta the city this Week for .-ale Moule I'.m I lie cot t • i| I irlei v calico. • j , ' I h We Mr e, k ant a hair nf or The 1,1 «Iras. I Wurk c suspended m tic Phillip i ig tu tlie high water | 'umiiiuuwealth c d' ig job j •Is uf the 1 date this week • •"•I is a beautv. N m Weil* I citv Wed ! j ! i rising at tue rate of 7; Mr .1 A a prominent pi; cordial greeting, i •Inst received ft full line of organdies, j lawns and all kinds tlie latest patterns at Barr m e ns a v A Brice s. The largest and finest selection of silver hearts at Weiler s Jewelry Palace v'ùc to 50c. No charge t\ fr« engrav Mr R Burroughs, of Sun Flower county was in the city Monday and ♦day looking after some land busi T Yor DONT TKI.I, ME SO! <uu* bottle of Wilkinsi Yes s < hiental Line •nt has cured that sprained ankle of mine htr spring importation of fine naii so-dk. cambric and Swiss embroideries have arrived. The ladies re invited to ct them. A r st in tY Foyntain. ,S P The n er idles a ight. It the It •al rains eon v' : •' i i / ii ni i é\Wé Fer £cle by All Druggist. 'h may look for some very high is really no dan i tilt ne. ; water ! - , r fri ; ported Ho fur. the I the water that ha« h !*■ ; The little casino b the place the peo e making for when they turn the r at Locke'« pie a ■ f iff;, jierm who ! id men isaskin" f or «pent. Wednesday in I dniH »lore nml K» North Hi. l.*y with MX oilier i." J I. the city of tire j J.i-ph La ys at the lo Burkhalt **r of lo •es at the! Easter si m church oi I !; lu 11 ■ices at the Presbyterian ; sabbath. Preaching !,> ' UiVlt.M ! I • ■ w cY I Tie.- are advertising thei: •« never heard •re. .1 acob Weis Mfg. , 1 l>*i.v highest cash price« Write ♦hem if \on have timber to Mayor Vardanian, is at vorkch. rt in u s.lretd along river from It will be excellent mad ter tb ■ Stimmers STOP THAT CoLHH ..f F r . ■ dv »hould sec onr 1: All Ai-stun A !•'• •c.v Tet • -at nnMi t Rllell lull It Sold • Miss. j .SPUING TIM E [S ' few hotth's of l 'hilton s . A Weilet the uld A a M ■ lut ob Weis Mtg I vater or *r call on ! vrite '1 lie da cub Weis Mill at this place j I will start in a i | This we to r city !ii« issue for logs. The; are advert!.-. : • j Mr Georg rived in the 1 city, last Mol intends i < ! • » \ villi his fa iake his! lily tu Mr. he is sity veil known comes to n city that is glad : 1 o claim him as a citizen. i Mr. A L Wals 'lateK.K ( Ymnnission* r. was in the city lay and called atom* office, in our ! absence. We are sorry we missed J j seeing the gentleman for he has been re ! presented to tis as in the race. The breakwater in front of the middle pier, of the new bridge, floated away Monday, carrying off the sign of Saume J. Stein which was tacked to it. No doubt the people all along the Yazoo will And out the place to buy their furniture. i The Leflore Telephone service is now under the management of Mr. W. H. Elder of Memphis. Tenu. Mr. Elder is nu experienced operator and the good service this company is will be continued, all phone holders ' ed nr phon to iv port it to charge of the Central office ' uded to promptly Seve of Starksville, candi Mi i j of the best men r giving i Mr. Elder requests j 'hose wires are cross- ! ill not work satisfactory | th»' (pern tor and it 111 ! will | new I plions were put in tins week, und lie j i haw some six more order« to till as • phones arrive from Mem phi«. Parties desiring plumes will him or announce the fact to the ('en trait )ffioe. hi« dl Bank« together with ('apt. Sam in and Lieut« Bump (Jwin and ! P°lk .of the Brd Mi«« Regiment. nrriv j ledinthe city Tuesday The distin-! I k'uished gentleme vere tin* recipient : iv hearty shake« W. W. and wife n M r father of Mr. Hi j fin of I lend* r«on ,v Baird, is tin* . stopping at the honi ill make this. ci ty his futnri We hope his df villbe final Mr iv.fr.. » I of Illinois j • of friends j ; • • : »nit ibl ation to locate ; stly I the citv i I .r - ' I is in le want ; We lmp» '. tied what they W* bring in with the vh"M> ad The Greenw,. appears in this i e of the few of the . school« of this The domit<•']•>• i action. tow ready for , state time ;in a j s iring of stu.leii ts who desire board | ider ill- 1 1 'omrol of callable pen *xt session of the College I pie The indication» have a will, fre large ntt.-ndnniv. Th- Rev. I M an. a native of "iue.ateit in the leetnre at ehm-eli Wedm !> o'clock on at IVrsi:. Mr. vil i xliibit is a brilliant hear him. cm dial invitations Reel the Sh ■ale Ilf M P. Moore ■t for j klTU f"t & Co in this V This sale is ■1 « is nut the fish this fir i« after are offering ! the them dont ie most j This j ertions | tile -•ate. ant anything done. There are fronts all along the streets painted this year by you vlii. ii have bee vifh any e* mi pare. ! k on front of Mr. Yarn*; shop. any painter, and Mr. I Birch should feel cm pli men ted the j mde about it by the The grandest and • >f fin«* embroideries, torchon a d silk ! received ace« just 'unie till'! Àt'STI X & For NT A IX. Mr. 1). K Bridge cd death was learned here last Thnrs j 1 unexpected sni j : 1 M ' it to his anv friends i this city i 1>™ Before entering the service of the Go J 'ruinent he was employed at ('. W, Crocketts drug store and had won him self many friends in the city by bis big heart and courteous manners. His performance of duty as a soldier won him promotions and at the day of muster out was a Lieut, in rank. Lieut Bridger met his death by his pistol fall ing from his waist band and striking the rim of n hack wheel as he jumped out of a hack at camp churchman. His remains under an escort of officer friends was brought to bis home at Sardis and there interred in the family burying ground. D. K. Bridger was n noble young man and his loss is a sail to friends and relatives in this city. it Where can you invest money more i profitably than bv buying a bottle of j prickly Ash Bitters, you get four for ! A kidney medicine, a liver tonic, j one. | stomach strengthener and bowel ! cleanser. Four medicines for one del | ar Bena. Mis: Store. Itta ^ Sold by City Drug I j Our Prices are Hot Stuff. The Warmest things in Greenwood. j l orry our who has been in cur store during toe last two weeks will testify to same, have just the goods this weather demands. : We Arties, Rubbers, Mackintoshes, Overcoats and Umbrellas. Also a choice line of heavy Hoots and Slices. This year is one to save money, and by buy ing your Groceries and supplies of us you will save dollars on everv bill. rS y GREENWOOD, MISS. ,.r~ r y p" , ■ wana», m aaïSiM""-! 1 m M c CojMlC K I ÿ'.?És„ fee For Sale . bv ri • 9 (5 R k If NWOOD, >1 î SS. far« A J --*>■ A I L. & V I 1". i- < lmpiiinii 's Li vtu-y and Sale Stables at all times from •'•» good Ml'LKS. and will offer them at the Mr. Chapman will be in when Mr. Hoyd is absent i i i i v city, and will keej on 40 1 lowpst. market. price. •barge of the busine PïCUV \ v zA t CLEANSES THE LIVER AND BOWELS AID rOIlTITIES TEE SYSTEM TO RESIST PREVAILING DISEASES. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. I'or sale by City linin'Store, Ittii Benu, Miss. W He Landed His Mun. Last Titcsda j iy morning at the little vnitigs crossi j ear Brc negro as Juli us Tucker stopped a few minutes and on leaving it was discovered by the proprietor! Win Allen, also colored, that a bottle of ! wine which was on the counter whe the negro entered had disapeared. ! Allen immediately started in pursuit of Tucker aad came up on him near Vally From Allens testimony as he approached Tucker, he Tucker put his hand inside of his bosom in the vho gave his nan ! Hill. manner of reaching for a gun when he raised his and fired striking Tucker in the neek and coming out just to the right of the left shoulder. After capturing his man he placed him on the West bound train and brought him to Green wood where he and Ills prisoner were lodged in jail. Dr. Whitehead exarnin-1 ed the wound, but did not pronounce it necessary fatal. His prelimenary ' hearing will couie up. j You a getting old. so plant some v itli your 'n hands that may ^ >e a benefit to your children. A few dollars of cotton factory seed will do it Registration Notice The county registrar will visit tin following places the dates given: Miuter City, Tuesday, April 11. Sunny Side, Thursday, April IB. ! ! McNutt, Saturday. April 15. Shell Mound, Monday, April 17. ! Woodland, Tuesday, April 18. ltta Bena, Thursday, April 20. Rising Sun. Friday. April 21. Sid on. Saturday. April 22. Sheppard town, Tuesday, April 25. Time for Registration to vote at county primary will expire June 15 and for the general election in Novem ber. July 6. J. R Bevv. Registrar. - Explanation, Cl,rcd Th0 > ,) '«"-»». will cure You. „L?"" are tronbled witb kidne y or trtmbl f s ' 8nch "» dr0 P s ' d ' s, ' a '" e ' ™ tnrrb ' «- ,raveI of bladder, ' nH, " u,en J" 'l rlne and , """y do l l0slfs ' or t<K > frequent discharges of tha pain in the back and bladder, dropsical swelling of the feet and legs, etc., etc.. urine. :h guarantee that by using Smith's Sure Kidney Cure, a complete cure 'ill be effected. Price 50 cents.