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ahc Cumnuiniuralth J. L. UILLKSFIE, Editor, Mr. Carr Announces for MurshaL tins issue of The C( Klsewhero ii monwealth will Ihï found the aunounce mt of Mr. W. 1. Ca for City Marshal. Mr. Carr is well known to the people of eon wood and lay« hi« claims before the people with the determinate faithfully fulfilling the duties of that office, should the voter him. i of |.|. lit to Bluet proud Jack, like* Falstaff, hut et tie a good boy" a lad of ready and anxious to write your insurance today. Call or over either e in pert 'Pliunu. P. S. G Ko KG 1;. Mr. W. L. Anthony a Kandidat c Mr, W. L. Anthony announces in this issue of The Commonwealth as a can didate fur Marshal of the city of Gre< wood and if elected promises to fulfil t he duties of that office to the best of hi« ability and it goes without saying that Mr, Anthony would make the city a competent officer. Austin's is the place and don't you forget it. it. I Miller for Marshal. The announcement of Mr. K. I,. Mil 11 candidate for the office of Mar shal of the city of Greenwood, appea in this isMue of The Commonwealth. Mr. Miller i« a young man of splendid character and possesses the qualifica tions necessary to make a good officer. Ile i« popular with the people and will make the race interesting for his wor thy competitors, Mr. Miller submit» hi« claims to the voter« and solicits a careful consideration of samo at their hand«. 1er a of a All kinds ice cold drinks served ii first-class style at June«' Cafe. Resolut Ion of Thanks. is, the .1. Z. George Chapter When to us with a resolution of welcome into the broad -field of work, and has kindly extended to us every courtesy and has offered us every aid in their power, Therefore, be it resolved, That we, the Yarlna Jefferson Davis Chapter, do most heartily thank the J. Z. George Chapter F. I). 0. for their cordial welcome, expression of good will and offers of assistance. Therefore, be it resolved, That we do earnestly solicit their aid iu the up building of our chapter and the erec tion of the much needed Convalescent's infirmary at Beauvoir. Unsolved, that this Resolution be spread upon the minutes of the meet ing and a copy of the paper sent to the J. Z. George Chapter K. D. C. Miss I'atTJK McMi.atiikry, Mrs. H. L. Richardson, Com. Bister of Table Linen and Towels. AUSTIN'S. Card of 1 hanks. To the many friends and who so kindly assisted us in our sad bereavement, In which wife and mother w desire to extend our most grateful thanks. ighbors recent loving taken from us, we MU. S. RoUINHON, AND FAMILY. GREENWOOD IS BADLY OUTCLASSED. Aberdeen I bids Greenwood rosy and Tubes The Series. AlM*rd*Tn defeated Greenwood here in throe game« of baseball hero this week played lo re Monday, Tuesday and Wed îsday. The Aberdeen team is posed <ii profession 1 1 baseball players from all over the State arid had our boys badly outclassed from the beginning. In the first game, which was played ;ry wet ground resulted in 0 to 0 t of the visiting team. The end would have been a little better for in favc r bos s but for the decision made by the Harris Carr's home run, and umpire the game was forfeited to Aberdeen ff to 0, In the third ga on us by a score of 10 to 1. Aberdeen put it Death of Capt. D. S. Weir. Capt. I), s. WGr died suddenly on last week at Sheppardtown, and hi« remains were carried to Yazoo City and interred the following day. He was well and favorably known in this county and many friends join us iu extending sympathy to the bereaved lily in their great loss. Capt. Weir was over sixty years old and had led a very active bu«ine her of yea candle business at Sidon, and at the time of hi« death was employed by Mor gan & Co. at Sheppardtown. truly a good man and the world is bet ter off for his having lived in it. Thursday la life. F< a num ho /as engaged in the mer He was 3 Mrs. Alice Duiiii McNeill. On last Sunday morning at the resi e of her mother, Mrs. Dunn, Mrs. dei Alice Dunn McNeill, after a long and painful illness, died. The funeral vices ser re held at the residence at six o'clock l\ M. by Kev. J. C. Bark, pastor of the Methodist church in this city. Thu interment took place in the Odd Fellow« Cemetery. Mrs. McNeill had a host of I rjeuds who join the mother, sisters, brothers and little s< sad bereavement. in their Died Mrs. Hat t ie Robinson died last Wed '8day morning at her residence on Washington street, after a short illness. The remains were intored in the Jewish Cemetery that afternoon at six o'clock. She leaves a husband and two sons who have the sympathy of the entire com munity. Fine Brown Domestic 3!,c per yard. AUSTIN'S. » DAVIDSON A OILMAN S LUNCH STAND : Finest Line of Bananas and Fruits ? ♦ ♦ * Your Patronage Solicited NEXT 1><H)K TO «IKEIbWVOOD BA kbit Y .M A H lit ET STREET i ♦ V. I FOR SUCCESS Attend Grenada Business College, Gre nada, Mississippi. For book-keeping« attend Grenada Bus iness College. For American National Banking, attend \ Grenada Business College. To learn to write a good hand attend Grenada Business College. To become a Living Success attend Gre nada Business College* To learn Short Hand, attend Grenada Busineß« College. To learn Typewriting, attend Grenada Business College. To learn to write a good Business Let ter, attend Grenada Business Col lege. To Become and Realize your Dream«, which every one has, attend Grena da Business College. To Secure a good Position, attend Gre-i nada Business College. To learn to make every Minute Count, ; attend Grenada Business College. j To be full of Burning Zeal, attend Gre nada Business College. To be drawing a good Salary in a short j J time, attend Grenada Business Col- ♦ lege. * or — iiKiness and Success, attend G re - nada Business College. Something new! To read Figures as you do Print, attend Grenada Business College. it t A ♦ : To be alive Through and Through, at- ^ tend Grenada Business College. For Summer Kate, write to Grenada Business College. any ira format! on about the school, j write to Grenada Business College, j Grenada, Miss. ♦ ! 1m t Heavy Brown Domestic !♦ 3 Ic per yard. AUSTIN'S. I ! Important Announcement. State Supterintendent Whitfield has called a conference of the State insti-l tute conductors to bo held at the Mis-, slssippi A. & M. College beginning July ! 3rd and continuing through the last! two weeks of the summer school. At i this conference the author« of the text- : books recently adopted for use in our j public schools and other text-book : specialists, will be present to explain these book« and to give helpful sug gestions in reference to methods of ; presenting the subject matter of their respective books ir. the schools. The i best available lecturers in the various! lines of agriculture will be here to ad- j dress these Those teachers who may be unable to attend the entire term of the Summer j School here are urged to be present during those last two weeks and to get ; the benefit of these most interesting and helpful phases of our work. The I railroads have offered a rate of one fare : : : I plus *25 cents for the round trip. Board and lodging are only #.'1.50 per week as already announced. ♦ Very sincerely, D. C. Hi Li., Director. t : ♦ ♦ ? « It's too Late After the Fire. "Do It Now. ♦ ♦ ♦ \ * ♦ VARDAMAN & STEIN i Î General Insurance i ♦ : : ♦ \ BRING YOUIt : i JOB WORK ♦ ♦ : TO THUS OFFICII 1 HIGH ART PRINTING ♦ EXPEDITIOUSLY EXE- ♦ CUTED : PARTICULAR * PEOPLE OUR BEST CUSTOMERS Î : ♦ ♦ a ; : : ♦ ; * j j J ♦ * it : Our'Printing Create the Kind of Smiles that won't come : ♦ ♦ t « off. Eh? * A V ♦ « : « ^ j j * TELEPHONE US ♦ ♦ ! ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ t Î !♦ I ! 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