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» _ Truck Farms, Out of Town Lots, „ Good Factory Sites, City Residence Lots 43 t For Sale Cheap! 43 4lt » 43 » 43 » 43 » « » 43 » » 43 *> 43 » •V 4k i $ «3 43 Parties desiring to purchase will call on or write to Mr. Madison Jones, Greensboro, Ala., or at this office, next door to The Newburger Cotton Co. The farms will be sold in blocks of from 1 to 100 acres. TERMS: One-third cash; balance in 1„ 2 or 3 years. For Full Particulars, address. 43 » 43 Î4 » 43 b> 43 » 43 43 43 43 Lock Box 346, Greenwood, Miss, ^^444^44444444444444444444444444^4444444444444444444444444444444 43 43 LOCAL ITEMS. Try Smiths kidney cure. Mr». R, H. Barrett and »on Garrard have gone to Caatalian for a few week», for flieir health. FOR RENT— y 8 room honae. with water, garden and ont honae conven ient. Apply to W A. REED, or thi« office. Mr. T. H. Baird will leave for Chica go Sunday, to apend the anmmer. Advertiaing bringa na cnatomera, good goods at low values hold them. M. ?. Moore & Co. Mrs. L. P. Verger, accompanied by mindester, left for Oxford ■J attend the University com Miss A'li Tvs&iay b xnencement. For terms Apply to MONK Y TO LOAN Pollard & Watkins, Greenwood, Miss. ax and W- Wat Messrs. C. L, I.o kins are taking in nt Oxford ibis week. the commencement vhich •sc bitched to a Imj George ; Ah Messrs. W. C , . . , . were riding last Monday, took fright at a bicycle and ran away throwing both parties ont. We are glad to say they were not seriously hurt. One dozen nice photos, finished in at Robinson's. and D. ft win carbon for The County School Board the first Monday of vill meet nt court house on Will M. Peteet, Snpt. July. Mr. Jas. D. Hicks, of Jackson, is now old friend, E. W. Day at the with our Little Casino shaving parlor. of McComb Miss Bessie Bennett, one Citv'a moat charming voting the gnest of her sister. Mrs. E. W. Day. S. R. Coleman. J. L. Mont ,-ith their lioys. ! indies, is Judge gornery, and A. Aron, v spending the week fishing near Drew, Sunflower county. rs ihs bv Robinson. Carbon pnotogra] Opposite nnteed. Remember Jacob Wei8 are prepared to pay highest cash prices for saw logs. Write them if yon have timber to market. Mrs. Hnrrv Kitchell. who has tieen visiting her Dyersbnrg home, retnmed last Wednesday. Harry Work gnar Deltn Bank. Mfg. Co., are to her new one is all smiles now. McNeill & Dnnn. two yonng have openened np a staple and fancy grocery next door to The Bell Clothing Co Mr. McNeill has for years been n the merch andisebnstnese at Jackson. the other partner, is well We wish them men Mr. Dunn, known success. M p Moore & Co. is the place to bny your summer goods, it is no old stock but new goods at low vaines. Hundreds of dollars have been saved P. Moore & Co., this In the city. the peop'e by Do yonr trndiug there. Haywood and wife, of New visiting Maj. Morgan, of Mrs. Haywood is a dangh year Mr. Sam Orleans, m e Carrollton. ter of Me j and Mrs. Morgan. Mr» Ik' Stein will lenve Sunday for C^jcgo. She expects to remain there during th* Mr- Leon Europe A-i», Africa, and China, re turning 1 ' wav of the Nicanraga canal | when if 'niched. Stein will go to Canada. I ,-ith \Vi! : t hacking rough ' gh balsam, is the place to get nl in Geren wood. Stop 1 kinson Spivf 25-cent ' I t the best The new home of Mr. Frank Rice ia beinit rapidly pnt tojfetber. Thin bonne will be, when completed, a Rood struc ture, and will contain 10 or 15 room* for rent. It will add a great deal to the value of property on that street, Mr. Rice ia one of the moat enterpris ing men of onr little city. Prof. S. A. Moaea, master of Optica. Examination free. ( )flics at Chap man's Market atreet drug atore. Honra It is possible and probable that those Headaches are caused by yonr eyes be ing abnormal. If such is the case I can prescribe and make glasses that give perfect relief. I am equipped with all the latest instruments, tests and appliances known to science f° r ! accurately determining and correcting all visual defects. Satisfaction guaran teed. Charges moderate. Everything up- to-date. from 0 n. m. to 1 p, m. For a short time only. Complicated cases of de fective vision solicited. Lenses Ground to order at short notice. Compound j I LOOK! per hundred made col lecting names. Send 10 c for blank book and instructions to Star Name Supply Co.. Starkville, Miss. Mr. S. H* Stevenson, who has been in charge of the construction of the piers for the new rail road bridge, fin ished the works last week, and sent his force, nineteen in number, to Farley, La. Mr. Stevens left, himself, for his St. Louis home to spend a few weeks for his health. Mr. W. T. Johnson, who has been spending the summer in West Point, was over election day. Dr. Johnson is looking well and we were glad to see him. a Misses Susie Mnv and Maude McHurg attending school at vho have heel the city visiting,' I Holly Springs, are in Mrs. S. R. Coleman. Money to loan at 8) per rent. For terms apply to RrsH & Gardner. D. J. Treadwell will save yonr shoes by giving it them sole for 25 cents. Special reductions made in ent glass and solid silver ware at the Palace. Call for Wilkinson's remedies of yonr drnggist. They are all guaranteed. In this issue appears the name of Mr. T. P. Parks, of beat 4, who again asks the people of his connty for the endorse ment of the office of snpervisor from Beat 4. Mr. Parks has served the conn ty In this capacity for the last four years, and placed in the position we have been since January 'Ml, we can trnthfnlly say: He has been a good one. whose re-election the connty should gladly vote. If yon want to leave a lasting im pression on the yonng man who will not leave at 10 o'clock, go to Treadwell's and have him pnt a pair of rubber soles on yonr Sunday shoes. Approved by the S. E. Tariff Assn, with no extra ra te of inanrance fee, the Sunlight Gas lamp. Cheapest, simplest, safest and Jiest. F. H. Rice, state agent. Agents wanted. at is a | Itta B^nu, Miss, For driving ont dnll bilions feeling, strengthening the appetite and in creasing the capacity of the body for work. Prickly Ash Bitters is • golden remedy. So'd by City Drag Store, : I Mr. .Tnines K. Vnrdnman went to : Bnleville Snndav night, returning Mon I day. He left Tuesday afternoon for, And from there will go to ' ( é*fnrd. the coast. Mr*. M. A Virqsmanlsrt for Colora do laut werk, to be aiment from the city during the summer. She spent laut Hummer with her son at Cripple Creek, and being so much lieneiittetl by the trip. Hue decided to make another. The world Iihh few nobler women than M rs. Vardanian, and while her scores of frienda regret to aee her leave, atill nil wiah her an enjoyable and beneficial trip. Mr. W. B. Hoffa, one of the beat in formed inanrance agents in the state, wna in the city Tuesday. Don't forget about Saturday iH elec tion day vote for your choice. ! sy,encl the mauri Mrs. H. T. Crosby* wife of the editor. and her four little children, departed j Saturday for Greenville to visit tives and frienda in that city, there sin- will g. T. From er. A pair of D. J. Treadwell's vubbf *r soles for 2Ô cents will save yonrî?-l sli es. I When you go to the postolfice drop in | ind get a pair of those ! at Treat!well s ent rubber sUes. wanted at veklv boarders a Four the Richardson house. 1 able. Apply in person. If yon want money to build a house, join the Georgia Building & Loan asso ciation. ,*s reason Miss Edna Taylor, of Hallandale, a visitor of Mrs I. B. Bright, is spending a few days at their pleasant home. Mrs. J. W. Dnhiney and her lovely daughter. Miss Hattie and son John, left for Rosedale Saturday night to lie present at the wedding of Miss Lottie Mnpre to Mr. Amos Armstead, of Kns cm.: Miss Hattie will lie one of the attendants. Mrs. A. McC. Kimbrough left for Rosedale thin' -yelf, •ottnge in the Mr. Sam Stein's new I Henry Addition, is beginning to present un attractive appearance. Mfi.j. Humphrey left Tuesday after noon for his plantation at Plocowa Springs. He will go from there to the East and spend hia summer vacation. The Major is one of the moat success ful cotton buyers in the South. Alie Kantrovitz is nt Hot Springs, and expects to remain there for two weeks. The little Casino is one of tbeswellest places in town If yon want a hair ent or shave. Wedding presents that are np to date at Weiler's. M. P. Moore & Co. summer clearing sale is now on. The Sunday school class of Mrs. Wal ter Pillow will give an afternoon party from 4 to 7 p. m. on the beautiful and shady lawn in the front yard of James K. Vardanian Saturday evening, June 24th. There will he all kinds of gameB for the amusement of the yonng folks. Ice Cream and cake will lie served. The proceeds received fro in the sale will go to the Sunday school. Everybody is invited. J. T. Spivey is making a name on his 23-cent dinners. A lieantifnl line of jetfan chains at the Palace. A row of brick »tores, on the lot next to the Upahnr Honae, will lie pnt np in a few weeks. Mr. Sam Stein has let the contract for the building and the material has been ordered. _ Mr. R. H. Baird, of Fort Loving, is a ' frequent visitor to the city. t r. It. IlKMIKKSON. A. Mc<\ KIMIlltolUII, Vic* t'mlrlrnl. K. It. McallANB tlttshler. I'reMilent. Batik of Greenwood, Greenwood, Ml«w. CAPITAL, $50,000. # SURPLUS. $25,000. Does a Legitimate Ranking KualncNH In nil Ita Branchen . All Collections Have Careful Attention. Correnpondence Solicited. EOAED OF nr.ECTOrvO. T. It. 111-MUUIHON. U. T. .Ionkh. A. M«T. K I Mil IK) IH, W. W. McN 1 : 1 1.1 W. T. Loot I-;. K. Mt mi a '/'~ x ,4 | A A ! ft, -■««a» for J. 1 1 >A antb k, k i j P w it. f v ms : i^ cCoi r|cK .'"'tüîHpsî.Âf V ;V Ù..;,; fe.' 'r*: We can replace any broken parts of tliis machine. Thayer Sc Co., For Sale by GREENWOOD, MISS. Tlie Governor h^s answared the state ment of Judge Coleman in regard to Ivo Miller pardon, and It is a character istic document. H|ieeial pleading all the way through and plausible, too, if not convincing We renew onr sug gestion thac "Anse" Is a smooth, very smooth political artist, who under stands how to extricate himself from a had scrape, and to fooi the boys who don't know him. H. O Miller, an expert pharmacist, of Florence, Ala., is now compounding drags at the handsome drag store of E R Locke. Mr- Miller, we are glad to know, is favorably impressed with onr city, and will in the near future move bis wife here, and make it their fnture home Quite a party of gentlemen will charter the City of Greenwood next week for a fishing excursion. There was qnite a fishing party com posed of Mayor Vardanian's family, C J Austin and wife. C- G Gillespie and wife, and a number of yonng peo ple camped on Luke Henry this week Dewey, n bob-tailed fiste, in n uietnl fight with two coons last Monday, came off the victor. After each scrap he wore a doggish smile which looked to ns as if he was saying to himself : ' 'New noon in town, bat all coons fight alike to me " Will Garrard has gone to Oxford to attend tli-, summer term at the Uni versity. ■ t No man can work well with a torpid liver or constipated bowel*. A few doses of Prickly Ash Bitters will quickly remove this condition and make work a pleasure. For sale by City Drug Store, Ittu Bena, 1st. Why rent a house when, if yon bny a lot, yon can get money from the Geor gia Building & Loan association to build it with ? Atter eight yearn it will be yonrs by paying monthly an amount exceeding yonr rent by a few dollar«. Mr. Jno. Morris, an old and highly respected citizen of this city, died at the boarding-bonne of Mrs. Davie laut Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Morris, who has lieen rnnning a store on Dr. John son's place, came to the city last week In a sick condition and went to Mi». Davis' boarding-honse where he down and gradually grew worse nntil Tuesday when be died. He got whs a good a member of the Methodist clinrcb, and had many friends in the city who regretted to hear of Ills death. Funeral services were held in the Methodist cbnrcfa. Rev. J. H. Mitchell officiating. Mise Mamie Slack Is visiting the fain ily of Hon. W. A. Belk at Holly Spring, this weak. man, The Colonial at Moorhead Is now in full blast and bos been crowded since the doors were opened. The reunion of the Twenty-second Mississippi Regiment 'Confederate Veterans will be held at Stafford's ■ Wells, near Winona, on June ird.