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Oflkiil Paper of Leflore County and of
the City of Green wood.
F. R. Bitumait.
Km.All O. IJahkih Assoriate Editor
Otis C. Blow. Local Editor and Manager
K<i i t4»r and * »wrier
Suaac isTioN ft 50 ms Yr a* in Aovamci
$2-00 on C»iOtt
Subscribers not receiving their paper
promptly will please notify the office
Change» in address should lx* reported j
promptly.
OFFirg IN Aï STIN BLOCK, tl
east of the pn»tnflii*e. A cordial invif-i
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Thb Communwmaltii offlcc beadijuarter» |
whilo In the city.
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Long Distance Telephone
Yazoo Valley Telephone
Greenwood. Saturday. Sept 17. 1904
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DEMOCRATIC NOMINE! S.
For President
JFDC.K ALTON H PARKKK
of New Vork
Fur \ ic< President
HON. II (i. DAVIS
of West Virginia.
For Congress, Third District
HON. Il (I. Ill MPI I REVS
of l/'Flore (Jouilly
THAT COURT SQUARf
yet developed
No opposition has j
to the building of a now court house, I
i»oon to be undertaken by Leflore ('
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ty fi onterprlsing and progressive Kupe
visor«.
The notice of the intention of the
Board to issue bond« for that purpose
ha« on the contrary been hailed with !
genuine delight by the citizens and tax j
payers of the county, who roeogni/.o the
fact that the expenditure must sooner
later lx* made and that the need of i
new and better building grows on
apace.
Thk Tommonwrai th took the initl i- t
live In the agitation of this question, •
hcncc the action of the Board is parti
eularly gratifying to us.
of the richest counties
Leflore is
in the State. I ▲
Property in the vicinity of Greenwood Y
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will continue to adva
throughout
the IhvikIs
the year« to c<
finally fall duo tho assosseri valuation
of property will 1 kj more than ten times
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what it is to-day. The tax necessary t<
meet tho interest on the debt v
less than one mill at the «tart.
I, in the lapse of yea is it
to nothing.
And he
vill bo
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l.ater
ill he next
Tut: CuM2M0NWKAi.ru
to make a plea for a park a
Square" in Greenwinxl.
wants
'Court
The Mario property oan liopiin-hiisiMi
at a price to bo IImmI by a board of
appraiser», »electod jointly by tho ow
ner ami tho Hoard of Suporviaor«. Tho
oo»t, theroforo, oonnot !>o oshorliitant,
Tho aoi)Ui,ltion of this lot would give
tho county tho entire block with tho
exception of tho <>l,t livery »table silo,
which could lie coniloumod for public
use, and it» value determined by a court
of eminent domain.
A handsome court house in the middle
oft hi 4 block,
verlookinp the Yazoo
river, with »paeiou» ^rounds, spreading
magnolia», windinp walks through ver
dant green and fountains flowing from
natural artesian
ells the property of
■ II of the people of all of tin
county
And none
will dispute the fact that it, would be
a source of personal pride to every
citizen of ludion*. !
can bo had at nominal cost.
Thk Commonwealth believes that a
$50,000 building with such .surround
ing» would lie much handsomer than a
$7.'», 000 structure oil a crowded lot.
Better «till, however, would ho t
000 building with even
RurmundingH than tho«
and none will gainsay the fact that the
people of the rich county of Leflore
entitled to such a structure.
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AMOIttER rALSfttOOI)
Tho Jarkson newspaper
dent», who take especial pride in s;. „ ™
thing« derogatory to the name and fame $
ling out the •
spoil- ♦*
corn*
of MiN»lR»ippi, »ri* now
fvpoft that
the wrong tu gro
m rx î 'it it Kupora," an,I tho Mort hern
noivapapora liavo taken advantage of *
the I0|K>rt to heap another round of T
■buse upon the head» of Mi»Ni«Hippiau» X
in general and the citizen« of Kupora 4'
in particular.
The truth of the
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at tor î», no one
wisiiruMp.it Kupora. Stirling Dun
ham. a negro rapi»t, was iiam.i i» at that
place several
veeks
ago. He "
identified by the victim of his erh
and - »nffi'rcd
'r.ted punishment for J»
the set which he committed.
Mississippi ha» suffered materially f
'ontimially j I>
emensto from Jackson, and particularly *
from the reports sent
Morning News from that
fr,
tho fiUoliooils that <
the Memphis
city. That
excellent |i:i|kt »houlil iil»ehnrKC the
Mnnehaiwen who prealilo« over its
Jackson tinresii «nd put a responsible
ma« in charge of it. else »levote
»|>aee tluis occupied to patent medici
advertiaing and eut Mississippi
iU log book altogether.
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me
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out of
II
In tin* death "f Judge W. K. Steven«
recurred at hi« h
Katnrd
r; 111 f'a
Miw
which
week
of la
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a lawyer of
ho tried to be ju«t
eful ma
ippi ha« lost a
ability and a ji
and impartial in all of hi«
of
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His
eel.
a friend he was t
w.u» irrevoeable,
influence invariably on the
k
d the weight of his
tide of law
irality. Several years
and
married to a daughter of Sei
Mr I au rin, and sin.* and
•vive him
A. J.
vo little cl
To these Ti
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pin
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he
a. appei
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261.
in
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[•riior
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lynching, and
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victeil for lynch
Mississippi.
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The .-eldresH
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an of the state lleriiocrntie
dial
entive ronnnittee, lias lieen liighly e.
inemt(«l hy the »tato press. Ii is alt"
get her
that Till Common«! Al in lias
from any source, and it ouglit to
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the «affect of a rouai ng a great deal
party enthu»i:u*m throughout the state,
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I In* nti/en« of Cordele, Ga.. have
lay awake o night« to brood
•xatioiiH servant problem.
it« have boon »«cured from
eeaaed
the
White serv.
the "Old Country - and Mr. Nigger has
Ix en given a long leave of absence
from that town. The same thing should
< it\ the aooncr, the
happen
better.
thousand» of Italian lals>
»he wav to the Delta. Thousands of
to come. Time is
drawing near when the idle negroes
the delta will have to v;
If is cert:
arc no'
re anxioi
of
G<«i
that thev
■hoy
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y w hore
, will find no othei
are treated so
dl as here.
The Hattiesburg live rises to remark:
'ill issue bond« to the
.■».000. The mi
ill ht
court house. I.e
unty, like Perry, need« a new
•( iiistice. The one now- at
««I is a disgrace to Leflore
build a ne 1
rtiele reproduced
. the Water Valley Herald cm
:-f the work
'days pa
Tiff OiMMd
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There
iter things
if and the
hich it is publish*
'<JM MOW
city in
Register, recently
d by Mr. Lew W. Cates, shows
improvement. Clarkesdale is
in the State and
er ited sup
The
kcmlale
one of the liest town
t lie lie
cciving
port from the enterprising
ere liants
'I'ln Atlanta Constitution is of the
virility is demanded in the 1
Virility
opinion tha
present Presidential campaign.
But frenzied
that's a
good
that's entirely a different
vord.
sity
proposition.
The third battle of Bull Bun is
•as lots of tall shooting around
vs, but tho innocence of the
that the Greenwood
ddiors « .ill tho "Bloodless Battle of
Thcr
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i-nf rivaled
:un!ls"
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d stone business houses
Now brick a
• under actual construction in Circe
wood will C'.st, more than
$110,000.
< >t.her large contracts are to be let with-1
in the next few weeks.
Tho boys
to the fair -
show.
itli Mr. Gardner ;
vlio went
vero delighted
vith the big
r trying to form a
pool to have the whole thing moved to j
Greenwoood after Christmas. 1
They a
Silly election bets will soon ho
season. Several misguided Roosevelt
sympathizers have already obligated
themselves to oat their hats when Par
ker becomes President.
Roosevelt's Referee in Mississippi,
whoso name is not lit to print in the
columns of Thk Co.mmonwi ai/iii, threat
ens to start a newspaper at Jackson.
Almost every town and city ii
State has made remarkable progress
during the past year, but none of them
have grown so rapidly as Gi
the
mi wood.
The first blush of autumn arrived
Thursday morning, and it was hailed
with delight. The fall season is always
a period of interest in the Delta.
Tliose who can't spare tho time and
money to attend the St. Lou s exposition |
now h:
a good excuse to remain at,
home. Judge Parker isn't going.
Greenwood s proposed dog farm is re
ceiving a lot of free advertising at the
hands of tho State press. It ought to
prove a sue
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Greenwood boasts of the longest
granolith sidewalk in the State.
idc and nearly a mile long.
six foet
The Greenwood street railway matter I
j Hcems 10 bo
vailing for a better oppor
11unity, or something of that sort.
1 King Cotton may be monarch of all
! that lie surveys, but that isn't much In
! this neck of the woods this year.
The main feature of the Mail
o dee
six thousan.l
tion is a gain of more tha
votes for the Dot
cartic ticket.
Greenwoods building hooiu i.s almo t
as large as that of Yazoo City
haven't had any lire either.
and we
Ropnhlicatt newspapers are pew kill
ing space by claiming Kentucky a« a
doubtful state.
Senil the little ones to
cltool. They
will never he boys and girl« again.
It is about time for the Board of Trade
to get up and at it again.
The Delta negro had best bo good.
The Secret of Success.
A pleased customer is
I beat advertiser but you must sell the
best goods to please. Rave every arti
ole marked in plain ligures and have
strict ly one prieo to one and all. Never
misrepresent and never hesitate to eor
root a mistake no matter what it coat
you to correct this mistake. Be polite
to all and never be too busy to show
good«.
Keep your store and stock clean and
get the very latest and best goods In
the market. Don't let any city store
have better goods than you carry and
don't let them undersell you. This is
the secret of Weller's success.
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crowds to the Greenwood Art
Studio on Main street and
get some of our line Photos.
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II^Goyer Produce Co.
Wholesale Grocers.
Our Specialties: Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour,
Meal, Bagging and Ties.
Offles and Wsrshous«
Opposite Y. ♦ d. V. Depot
Greenwood, Miss.
WE WILL FILL YOUR HOUSE WITH
Good Lump Coal
Wtights guaranteed. We solicit your business,
C. E. WRIGHT ICE & COAL COMPANY
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Choose Wisely .
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buy a SEYTNG MACHINE. You'll find all sorts and kinds at
corresponding prices. But tl you want a reputable serviceable Machine, then take
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. WHITE .
27 years* experience has enabled us to bring
2 * » ■HANDSOME, SYMMETRICAL and
.WELL-BUILT PRODUCT, combining in its
"oke-up oil the good points found on high
grade machines and others that are exclusively
a w ^ c b will appeal to careful buyers.
All Drop Heads have Automatic Lift and beau
V% Swell Front, Golden Oak Woodwork. We
Jr % "(J °^y through our authorized dealers, who
will furnish our iron-clad guarantee duly counter
signed by themselves. Beware of buying a
y tj 7 . - White with a defaced or altered plate number.
} Wl do not t0 or through catalog houses. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle Styles.
J 0l R fLFCA/V7 H. T. CATALOGS GIVE TULL PARTICULARS , TREE.
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(iKCOR POKATBD)
Long distance lines and telephones of
this Company enable you to talk almost
anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern
Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi
and Louisiana. We can put you In quick
and satisfactory communication with the
people of this great section of the country
We solicit your patronage. Rates reason
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^EW ORLEANS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY
A i-CHOOL OF PHARMACY COXDCCTBD BY PHARMACISTS.
: Chemistrv'noHn'v piivL 1 |n Ct ! ,r i' S ' "i 1 ' 11 instruction in Pharmacy,
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I Fees ♦7 ô. wVm»LÔ " ,orMscd ei,r . r '?' , i 1 "»' ^zt Session begins October 24th.
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