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ROUND THF TOWN (idlhrrtd In the Round Ip. I >r. W. W. Garden was up from Sidon Tuesday. Mr, K. I. Donley wa Hill last Friday. ver from Valley Mr. W. T. Rich wan over from Itta Berm yesterday. Mr. It. H. Cole City hint Saturday. van up from Yasoo Mr. IiiIlf spiff, of Carrollton, Hpent Tuesday in the city. fr«. Mr. I). K. Jones wag d< landalo Wodmwlay. High Mr. It. W. Baird, of Fort Luring, was in the city yesterday. Mr. W. .1. Kchweikcrt, of Cruger, In the city Monday. was Mr. 0. Neill wan down from Whaley the first of the ck. Mr. II, Wooibor! was up from Brent on business Monday. Mr. S. it. Whitlam, of t'offeeviilc, van in Greenwood Tuesday. Mr. A, T. Montgomery came down from Shell mod tin Sunday. Hon. L. S. Hemphill was over from his Valley Hill home Monday. Mr, I,. I', fed relatives here Monday. linn, of Water Valley, visi Mr. Douglas Robinson, of Hidon, spoilt last Saturday in Grooi vood. Mr, Thus, Luca Burr on business n from Olen last Friday. Mr. K, C, Liddell, of Philipp, was in I,lie city tile first of the week. six Mr. C. It. Price was flown from Bchla tor on huHinoMH last Saturday. Col. It. 1.. Jones wi landalo down from Illgh for business Saturday. Mr, T. M. Kirby, of Leflore, was in tho city on business Saturday. Mr. il. L. Walt I, of Sunny Side, was in tho city on business Tuesday. loft Mrs. Hullum, of Port Gibaon, is tho guost of Mrs. Haskett this week. Hon. W. 0. George was over from Ootosworth tho lirai of tho wook. to his Mr. Will Small, of Corinth, visitod Sam Colomau hero tho past wook. Hon. A. Henderson, of Huiinomodo, had business in the city Wednesday. U. Mr. Alt. Smith, of Clarksdale, visited Mr. und Mrs. K. 11. Smith lioro Sunday. Mr. If. Avery was summoned to New Orleans the first of I lie wook on busi ness. two tees at Mr. J. W. liarmveli ami wife of Groen vood wore in Jackson Monday. Jack C. pie on the of Mr. Fred Hlumenberg, of Money, was in the oity the latter part of last week on business. Mil Lucille Bell, ef Pocahontas, is visiting in the family of Mr. E. It. Boll here this week. was tives ing of Mr. F. It. Htreator, of Militer City, was in the city on business the latter par: of last week. Judge Kimbrough is holding court at dll bo engaged Greenville, where lie Co. for sition Stacy in about three weeks. • Mia Oa rot kora, of West Point, «pont Sun day in Greenwood. oi» Carrio Jordan and Noll Messrs. I 1 '. M. South worth and .1. W. MoMath wore tip from Sidon on busi ness last Saturday. Messrs. A. J. Read, J. W. Wade, F. C. rs spent a few days fishing " week. go al he phia ant Pitt and odii on t In- river this Mr. J. W. Webb, Division Passenger Agent of the Southern Railway, spent Wednesday in Greenwood. 'cards usual the xvlth Cary prize tion. Mrs. J. Kantrovitz lias returned home from a delightful visit to relatives at Piue Bluff and Little Rock. Sam Montgomery, Sam Coleman and Billie Small spout the first of the week fishing on Quiver near Purnell. Mr. 1). L. Holcomb, of Holcomb, was iu tho oity yesterday ami made The Com mon wealth an appreciated call. was this from of he Miss Salih- McNeill returned last Saturday from Starkville, where she lias been visiting relatives for several weeks. Garrard Barrett returned this week from Vanderbilt University, where he lia« been in school the past session. Mr. J. Kantrovitz will leave the early part of July for New York to buy fall and winter goods for the firm of Kantro vitz A Bro. Hon. C. II. Williams, of Yazoo City, was here a tew hours Saturday on his return home from a business trip to Washington. Rev. W. W. Harmon wag railed to Term on Monday to officiate at the fun eral of Mr. Williford, a member of the Teoc Church. Miss Julia Harrington returned to her home in Natchez Monday after a pleasant visit to the home of Capt. Walter Pillow. Miss Flora McIntyre left Monday evening for Knoxville, Tenn., to spend about six weeks during which time she will take a thorough course in kinder garten instruction. Howard Stewart has returned from Memphis where lie has been attending the Christian Brothers College in that place the past session. Mr. C.J. Liddell, one of Philipp's fore most merchants and prominent citizens wan in the city Wednesday and made thin office an appreciated call. Miss Kowona Thayer returned last Saturday from Starkville where she has been visiting friends and attending the Kpworth League Convention. Misses Maliel Winfrey and Lillian Townsend, two of Itta Ilona's charming young girls, wore the guests of Miss Irene I'ierco the flrst of this week. Warner Wells has been attending to the dutios of Mr. J. F. Russell, who has been nulte sick, in the Itta Bena Bank ing A Trust Co., at Itta Bena this week. Quito a delightful moonlight picnic was given at the home of Mr. Thos. Lucas at his Glen Burr plantation home six miles above Greenwood last Friday night. Mr. W. R. Humphrey left last week for Blue Ridge, Va„ to join Mrs. Hum phrey, who preceded him to that place. They will spend a portion of the sum mer at Blue Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. 8, F. Jonos and children loft Wednesday for Now Orleans. Mrs. Joue* and the children will remain in New Orleans and on tho coast the re mainder of the summer. Mr. T. P. Price made a business trip to the big Itunbor mills of South Mis sissippi last week. He also extended his trip to Louisiana, whore ho had Im portant business to look after. The Varina Jefforson Davis Chapter U. D. C. held thoir last mooting at the home of Miss Patti McGlathery on Walthall street last Friday afternoon with a full and interesting meeting. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Lucas are spending two wooks at Sowannoe, Tenn. Dr. Lucas is a member of tho Board of Trus tees of the University of the South, which held its annual session this week at Sewannee. Messrs. J. L. Montgomery, C. W. Crockett and J. L. Gilles pie spoilt a few days this week fishing on Six Mile Lake, in tho lower part of the county, as the guests of that prince of good follows, Mr. W. A. Swift. Mr. J. G. Leavell, of Houston, Texas, was in tho city Monday, visiting rota tives and friends. His family is spend ing the summer with relatives at Car rollton. We acknowlegge tho pleasure of a call from Mr. Leavell while here. Mr. T. H. McKnight, who has been the popular cashier for the Goyer Produce Co. in this oity the past two years, left for Memphis last week to aecopt a po sition with a real estate agency of L. C. Stacy A Co, We join his many friends in wishing for him much success. J. Supt. C. E. Saundors left Tuesday for Okulona to spend a week, when ho will go to Asbury Park to attend tho Nation al Educational Associat ion. From there he goos to New York, Boston, Philadel phia and Washington, returning ahout August 1st. Wo wish for him a pleas ant trip. pe" the Miss Patti McGlathory entertained at 'cards last Wednesday afternoon in her usual charming gracoful manner. For the occasion, the home was decorated xvlth blossoms and toliago. Mrs. Ben Cary was the lucky winner of the first prize and Miss Gayle won tho connota tion. Dainty ices wore served. Mr. D. R. L. Hutchinson, of Vineland, was in the city last Saturday, and made this office an appreciated call. Mr. Hutchinson has a nice flock of sheep from which he sells a goodly quantity of wool each year. Ho has just made a ahipmentof wool to market, for which he will get 25 or 30 cento per pound. week he Mrs. K. K. Locke and little daughter Louise, attended the funeral of Capt. D 8. Weir in Yazoo City last Friday Capt. Weir was Mrs. Locke's father Mr. locke also went down to Yazoo City Friday to attend the funeral, but the local freight was delayed, preventing his getting there until after the fnntral was over. early fall Kantro City, his to The J. Z. George Chapter V. D. C. will serve ice cream and cake, in a tent on the vacant lot opposite Mrs. White heads residence, Wednesday, June 28. the day of the laying of the Corner Stone of the Court House, for the bene nt of the Widows dormitory at the Sol diers home at Beauvoir. They ask the patronage of every citizen of the town and county. to fun the to a Capt. MiH8CH Corrinne and Lueillo Turnagc have returned to their home near Hol comb after a pleasant visit to Mis« Clara Boll. spend she M r. L. H. Stoner has accepted a po sition with the Hammond Packing Co. in Memphis and left for that city this week to make his home. Mr. Stoner has been with this company in Green wood for some time and his many friends congratulate him upon his de served promotion. from that Mr. Jno. V. Tedford, who has been ticket agent for the Y. A M. V. R, It. here the pant few months, left last week for Omaha, Neb,, to accept the position of city ticket agent for the 1. C. in that place. He has been succeeded here by Mr, J. L. Powers, the latter's place as checking clerk having been given to Mr. 8. V. Attlesey. fore made last has the Mr. P. S. George asks us to say that he is compelled to be absent from the city for most of the time for the next month, but that Mr. Holly Lee will take «fare of all customers in his absence. He also asks us to say that his employment away from home is purely temporary, as he has no idea of abandoning or turn ing over to others his local insurance business. to has Cotton Seems Encouraging. From the present outlook it seems that the farmers will get a good price for their next year's crop. The crop condition by the government report for this month was 77.2" and the price is uow between 8 and !) cents. Theodore . Price's estimate of the crop condition for next month, of which the govern ment report will come out on July 8, is 71;- which will mean even higher prices for cotton, if his estimate is correct. Monday June 26th will be Skirt Day. Every Skirt in Our House will be offered on that day 25", discount. F. R, Austin Dry Goods Co. Celebration Fourth of July. On account of tho above occasion the Southern Railway will sell tickets at the very low rate of one and one third fare for the round trip. Tickets will bo sold July 1st, 2nd, ilrd and 4th good returning uutil July 8th, 1005. For tickets aud full information ply to any Southern Railway Agent. J. N. Hahkison, Dis. Pass. Agt. Birmingham Ala. Our line of Bering, Queen Quality, Hamilton Brown, Maloney Bros. Low Shoes in Black, Champagne, Grey and Tan is full and complete - All styles sizes and prices. F. R. Austin Dry Goods Co, n in re on jamin B. ly soms with A blage were tors stood ro8os. ^oung sweot Tho effect was The and filled of ices Misses All rons nize Mrs. by B. Stinson Mrs. guost trophy beautiful Mrs. of fichu brooch. Mm. K'>*n«d on ap of "He had small skill o' horse flesh who bought a goose to ride on." Go to an In surance office for insurance. ■ Bank of Commerce building. Let me write your Insurance Tons Y. P. S. GEORGE. Malto-Grapo roeoived tho highest award at the World's Fair 1901, over all grape juices. 2t-28 For two weeks onlyT Men's shirts at 48c, worth 75c to $1.50. Hyman-Lewis Co. Red Raven Splits, Apolonarie*. Wau kesha and Seltzer Water in bottles at J. B. Pace's. We appreciate your business and dem onstrate this faet by giving good goods and quick service, Co-Operative Gro cery Co. For ice cold temperance drinks go to Jones' Calc. "Armed at all points, exactly, nap-a pe" is the business man with adequate insurance. Get equipped touay. P. 8. GEORGE. See our Lace and Em broidery Counter. Austin Dry Goods Co. Malto-Grapo, the world's greatest liquid food and delicious, refreshing, non-alcoholic beverage. Go to J, B. Pace's for El Comrnoroio Cigars at 5 cento. The only place in the city to enjoy electric fans day and night •V. F. R. Malto-Grapo is bottled sunshine. ♦♦♦IM I W ■♦I I »»♦<«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»»»« Won't you walk into our office And get our prices there? You'll find our stock is very good, And prices all are fair. \ h 5fOur Manager will take pleasure in making estimates and showing our excellent stock of everything in the building line, and will prove to you that we have something to offer that is worth your while iooking. % V 1\ ' ? <z> 7> Æ Some buy lumber, some buy lath, Some buy doors and sash, Some buy hardware, blinds and finish; We sell cheap for cash. Some buy shingles, some buy posts; To make our story rhyme, If you buy a right good bill, We will sell on time. Delta Lumber Go •f Greenwood, Miss. CUMB. PHONE 177 VALLEY PHONE 3 ONE BLOCK NORTH OP THE Y. & M. V. DEPOT. at A BRILLIANT RECEPTION One of the earliest of June-time tartainments was the reception given on last Tuesday evening by Mrs. Ben jamin L. Young, in honor of Mrs. Chas B. McClelland, of Covington, Tenn. This magnificent home was artistical ly docorated and was a shower of blos soms which filled the apartments with with fragrance. A large and superbly gowned blage of more than a hundred guests were welcomed in the largo halls, par tors and dining rooms. Mrs. Young and Mrs. McClelland stood in the front parlor, which boautifiod with lafranco and bride's ro8os. Trappe was served by Mrs. S. R. ^oung and Miss Minnie Attlosey in the reception hall, which was decorated in sweot peas, trailing vines and palms. Tho first dining-room was tastily decorated in Japanese designs. The effect being boautiful when a tea course was served in perfect detail by Misses McGlathery, Thayer aud Casey. The second dining-room was a pink and white and affair. Roses and ferns filled the cut glass vases in the center of each prettily appointed table, where ices were served in stars and hearts by Misses Aldridge, Gale and Priestly. All the tea girls had dainty white ap rons with colored trimmings to harmo nize with tlie decorations. Mrs. Young was assisted iu receiving by Mesdames J. K. Mann, ta P. Yergcr, B. Cary, R, II. Barrett, Zilpha Oarrard, Stinson and Miss Tallu Strong. Mrs. C. L. Lomax presented each guost on departing with a beautiful trophy a heart shape, rod box and beautiful design, filled with candy. Mrs. Young wore a beautiful costume of white chiffon over pink silk, with fichu of laco gracefully draped around j shoulders, fastened with a diamond I brooch. Mm. McClelland K'>*n«d in whit« not ovor «ilk. en assem was becomingly WHOLESALE •V. Jr •iv 0 tr /; Y*. Ja ■ A, O ,v -ïy % RETAIL rr I R. H. H U N T KICK OK Architect Chattanooga, Tenn., June 3, 1905. Southern Wood Fiber Plaster Co., Jackson, Mississippi. Gentlemen: Answering yours of recent date, it gives me great pleasure to state that your material, both Fibered and Un tibered, which is being used in the new buildings now being fin ished for the Deaf and Dumb Institute, has proven entirely satis factory. You are to be congratulated on this materai, which, in my opinion, has no superior on the market. 1 also wish to express my appreciation for the SAND FINISH, which is being usod in tho Deaf and Dumb Institute. I have boen casting about for quite awhile for just such a material, and yours is the best that 1 have yet been able to find. You have certainly achieved great success in the preparation of this material, which cannot fail to bo appreciated by all who poriencod in such matters. Very truly, yours, R. H. Hunt. are ex IfMr. Hunt is well known in Greenwood, having drawn the plans for the new Court House and numerous other buildings throughout the city. 1fNo plaster on earth like it. Dampness does not affect it. See that your home is plastered with Southern Wood Fiber Plaster, and you will be sure of getting the best! MANUFACTURED ONLY BY SOUTHERN WOOD FIBER PIASTER CO.. JACKSON, MISS. DR. WALTER MORRIS Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist J MAKE DENTISTRY a specialty. Will make professional calls to any part of the country Phone or write me at i! *0 Sä ¥ A CALDWELLS / STABLES Greenwood Miss.