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The commonwealth. (Greenwood, Miss.) 1896-1923, March 30, 1906, PART 2, Image 10

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Exclusive Creations in
Tailored Suits SIO to $35.
In all the popular styles and materials.
Ask to see the smart style Pony Coat Suit.
Millinery.
The millinery needs of a woman of
taste can best be filled here. Our show
ing of stylish and seasonable hats is very
interesting. In conception, development
and material these hats are highly pleas
ing. They have the additional attraction
of moderate price. Come and look at them.
Shoes
Cur spring line of Oxford Ties and
Slippers is now ready. We show over 50
different styles, all the new lasts and
leathers. Come and make your selections
while the sixes are complete. The Wick
ert & Gardiner, E. P. Reid, Chas. K. Fox,
and the Val Duttenhoffer shoes for women.
The II. W. Merriam shoes for children.
The Walkover and Stetson shoes for men.
Silks, of the
Rarer Kind
We invite everyone to come and exam
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offered at other stores and you will find
that they arc better values than you can
obtain anywhere else.
Full yard wide black Chiffon Taffetta.
The kind that other stores ask you $1.25
a yard for. Our price the yard
36 inch black Peau da Sole, beautiful
lustre and will wear like iron,the yard $1
27 inch pure silk Taffeta, extra good
weight, soft and lustrous, in all the most
wanted changeable colorings, the yard $1
One lot of fancy wash silks, shown in
a wide range of neat designs, 50c value,
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(ircoiroood. Mississippi
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ROUND THE TOWN
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Gathered In the Round Up.
Mr. T. C. Cox was down from McNutt
Tuesday.
Mr. A. Stevenson, of Isola, was in the
city Saturday.
Gordon McIntyre spent last Saturday
in Clarksdale.
llev, W. W. Harrison wont to Yazoo
City today.
Mr. T. H. Smith was up from Sidon on
business Saturday.
Mr. J. K. Knight, of Whaley, was in
the city Saturday.
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Mrs. J. W. Quinn is visiting relatives
Dr. W. A. Harding was down from
Sunny Side Tuesday.
and friends in Terry.
Hon. John A. Tyson was in Jackson on
business Monday.
Dr. R. E. Birdsong, of Sehlater, was in
the city Wednesday.
Dr. T. B. Holloman, of Itta Bona, was
in the city Wednesday.
Mr. S. L. Burwell, of Lexington, wa
in the city Saturday.
Dr. 8. A. Eggleston, of Shellmound,
was in tho city Monday.
Mrs. Jas. A. Johnson, of Yazoo City,
vas a city visitor Sunday.
Miss Ella Row is at homo for a few
days from the I'nivorsity.
Mr. John P. Cannon, of Greenville,
was a city visitor Saturday.
Mrs. P. B. Portwood visited friends in
Yazoo City the first of tho week.
Mrs. W. M. Burr is visiting relatives
and friends in Oxford this week.
Mr. J. B. Nomine wa* over from hi*
Roar Crock homo last Saturday.
Mrs. G. W. Purcell, of Black Hawk, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Purcell
this week.
Messrs. J. L. llaley and 8. M. Kim
brough were over from Itta Bona yes
terday.
Dr. D. M. McGehee and J. P. Jones, of
Money, were in the city the first of the
week.
Mr. W. H. Stokes made a business
trip to Yazoo City and Jackson last
wook.
Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. Bain, of Yazoo
City, visited Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gossom
weok
Mr. Chas. H. Crull returned Suturday
from a visit to friends and relatives in
Helena, Ark.
Mrs. R. P. Williamson and children, of
Bolzoni, visited Greenwood friends and
relatives this week.
Mr. Jas. A. Floyd, a popular drummer
out of Birmingham, visited Greenwood
Saturday and Sunday.
Mayor H. H. Nabors and Editor Mac
Dona|d wer0 oyor from IUa ^ , M( .
Monday,
business.
Mr. b. Dauphine took in the Red
Men's carnival at Greenville last wook,
and reports it as being a fine show.
Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Neill, of Whaloy,
^visited the family of Mrs. Flora Mc
; Intyre Sunday and Monday,
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Mrs. F. M. Mit. honor, of Sumner,
spent several days in the eity this week,
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
i À. F. Stinson.
Miss Lillian Rhyne, of Durant, and
; Miss Adeline Rhyne, of Lexington, are
' visiting tho family of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
' Ellington.
Mr. W. A. Stinson left Wednesday
; evening for Jacksonville, Fla., Philadel
phia and Washington, D. C., in the inter
cat of his inventions,
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Sallic Humphreys came over last
Saturday from the University to spend a
j f ,!W days at home. She was accompanied
by Miss Minnie Hightower.
Messrs. II. 0. Humphreys, Jr., and Ben
T. Terry relumed from Avery's island,
La . Saturday, where they accompanied
tho remains of Mr. Dadley Avery, Jr.
Hon. A. K. Gardner returned from
N'-wanee, Terni . last Saturday, where he
accompanied his son Frank, and Alfred
Stoner, who will attend college at that
place.
Mr. H. K. McMahon, of Winona, and
Miss Fannie Keel, of Glendora, woro
married at the Reiman House, vroanns
day afternoon, Rev. W T . M. Burr officiat
ing.
Messrs. B. L, Jones and W. I?. Eth
ridge, of Sehlater, spent the past week
in Dallas, Texas, inspecting an improved
ginnery system out there, with a view
to putting in a similar one at Sehlater.
James Gordon Gillespie came homo
from tho University of Mississippi last
Friday morning on a few days' visit to
the home folks returning Monday even
ing.
Mr. T. J Harvey was over from Car
rollton a few days since and made this
office a pleasant call. Attention is di
rected to some advertising locals of Tho
Harvey & Kitchell Prick Plant, which
he placed in this paper.
Dr. W. J. Redditt and Capt. i). L. Ar
nold, two of Carroll county's staunchest
citizens, spent a few days in Green
wood the past week. They have a good
lot of cotton to sell, and while our buy
ers made them nice offers for it they de
cided to hold it a while longer. Dr.
Redditt visited his son, near Itta Bena,
Sunday. The Commonwealth had tho
pleasure of calls from Capt. Arnold and
Dr. Redditt while here.
Barrow & Price's big sale
begins March 31st. You will
Sa * e , d «| larS if V 0U COme
^flu I0S6 double UfllcSS yOU §Ct
here.
Heavy Rains.
Heavy rains have visited this vicinity
7'"' few days and nights, and much
i damage to crop preparations has been
tho roBiilt. The corn crop will have to
be replanted in many instances.
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tilling yOU about the Slaughter
Sale, phone for one.
Barrow & Price.
If you don't get a circular
SCATES
Caterers to particular people.
The Palace engraves all
goods bought of them free of
charge, but can't afford to en
grave goods bought else
where.
For Rent.
Two bran new 5-room cottages, with
bath rooms and artesian water. Apply
T. C. GARROTT.
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