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.1 l. f; ui tor. JM K.SON III SIM SS LIAliUi COMINIj To Greenwood July nih to Mfct Our People linn of I bo Yi/oo and Mississippi Val ley road will \m pi *>d otourshm of tho Ja**k -Mit Bn; rd j tho of Trad* will Ik* rt iml that the trail iv -v that rente July IT», all J j1 1 .f Flora, More, Boni Cl Valley, Howard, Thornton, Ooed Hep *r, Kiden and i Tchnla, Wyal t, Koirn. d. (ireonwt After rm r*d bv the h, tng entorta -h, the ototir that place for aevcral lm >n an d HionintH will aj.' ; Bail wav. be tratmfei which they will j.1" Wirnuri, «b)p ping at the followu iwtiM llroi M.ilmaiwon and !.. Wii la the rn one of the be«f. Tim Holla so, tra.ln trrrilorios (I, Jackson, and t he Capital City will good utyle / take part in th*» e tot hi« fertile o Clarion i*cdger. OHI.od b iH pom ,r th. doubt tun of tin, ,State. ! I DISEASES 01 (111 SM\. tc/cma. Teller. Sail Rheum. KlnK i Worm, llarher'A Itch ID: are attended by All of (hose ill seise Intense itching, which ii »ist.ant ilinnsl ly relieved by apply!m.-. Cl.amborla ,1 by its continued use V buuEoctcd. Il lu t,.ori f many cases t hat had resisled treatment. box ii j sale by Bal tu drug store and ('handler < drug store. varrnntod. I ! j , SCATI'S PARI OK Centrally located thing. Meet your friends, ! exempted from laxalion. * T. M. Henry, ha;» grant- j " Ktat.v a. Btato Audi! exempt iot: taxation John «'d fre v and ! fo Son.s. ! n* lev« ettorma Ufa Rena, howl »»a i facturer*. This I« the only fact,try of the kind in Missis of < ho flippl, and ;; à obahly tlm only kind in tho country. Tho blocks are flpH* naif open, after having boon sawed # »'»o proper length, and are then placed a revolving shaft, fitted with chisels of proper si/es, which automatically do the rest. Jackson Nows. I j SCAItS Employ none but skilled dispensers to serve you. (Moanllness ami the best are our motto. A till of July Proposition. If the baby is born of while parents July 4, 1900, send a I l doctor s ccrtduate ot the birlli ; to A. Weiler & Co., the rdi-,,, able jewelers ol ureenwood, j w Miss., and they will send Uie ;i baby a diamond ring. II twins j the mother and the twins will This store is i each get a ring, the pride ol Mississippi, ond they take a pride in the growth ! of the stole. SCAIIS .f 'suit m! to any Pure del ich skill and experience deHvoi part of the city. is the eetving t heir paper notify the office. Subscribers not promptly will pic Changes in address should bo reported j promptly. I SLATES' CANDIES. tak. There are chanc. when y. buy Scates'. l'i ' Al V'"*; x ... • iv R R §7 ft y V A .» V H v\ > T~ : — fh I È l ; uiir /^V 1 ) Pleasant Kitchen? \'es, if you use an oil or gasoline stove for cooking, Does not •le. preserving heat vour kiulien like a * TOQ Heuiard Si Phene 107 jUy noWtlFG M. I none Cut. j ♦ ♦ < ■»1 ■iA-FR-F i-Fi l 4 " * " l "l " i" l "i F+'F-M' j î lünril More X! X Don't ,'nry tiw ht«h Misned cm«. T«k» î ♦ " ,lr vauaw in srttiai bietinw. «Ml tweme X ; 1 e oL!'V,*r u .nr 1! ' 0ur,, * u ' t ! i '"»»"'"s-uu-B.UisitMk. J| X (Al /) , ... enures T I JF tM t i ill nu ll u i ni l i ill»» i Price from stove or range. $5.00 to $12.00. L. P. QUINN ( onlesl Notice. 1 . Int«» ill'll • '«•a/1 made Max 1 to*-. Moi M ho i« all« vjt-.h •d ;ood in >f Ni v.vod tho d »font Arur «n I d I - j f |«.i nth Sp; it/*d 1 f,i„ H I which the I d. I» .ifled *1 ! ap|>o;i 7, 19 \1 i | t, HUM I, I *'H Land id n. The Hiid |.r<.p ,. r afiidavi; lied .l<l forth fa. which th: I, , (M | Of till ; dilii.' . i . . . h li.-r. liy I,. «,i I,A MAH. It. An Ordinanct idol •I Nort h of l»«d I Block I of the nd hori/i g the M 1 irig «nine to K. W. Mill eonHi.lorat ion of >' 1 1 .rdained by the Mayor | «ap« f«>r f he •«•.I. Be it lie ('ll and Board •>! Aid. • f v i ! ,r 2 I 1 1 I,n i mod, MiHHWMppi, that that p: Street i wit. beginning at, the point j ! whore the North boundary line aid «dt y done id bod ; I J oh I'm foil. , I ,f s. T. Hl. K. 1, K ns the c.< i ok of tho V (or lino ni t h .V M' t iimipi'i Valiev Railroad ido.d M UNO Wcsi lit :. I f.-' u I ho WCHI d thence South il ; : , ■I to tlie point, of ,, ith 77 dog •i. (hence f d* : r ''OOS WE"Mt , HI do oudnriing. t f»**i ■ ■ 1 j 1:1 s : f, ,u. Ihriu'o Nurlh '.'I iug.cmbrac f " H K* Ui« |«»uil of Peg me I lions; ilt lis of a •id v < reby closed j of la d. be a d abando I the d as a public st reet ! city. Be it, further ord d th>' ; j , In* M i v„r b< ■ :*hv nutii ( I : iiivcvmg t he • id : crihcl I; h» B. VV. Mi.Uip I. ! Blncll III the li«*r liidi h Mr y. ahuli j " d for I he Mum r hundred dollar«, (o bo paid ii ca«h. Be if fortlici *»tt. (i. heilig (lie mj, ^fli»' line of »i*» ! fo ! n* he din,a reef. f hi« mreo j » and after its paHsagc. j p \pprovcd Mil« the DUh dav ■»! June, W. S. VARDA MAN, Mayor. I Attest: B. II. III. i s, City fieri i it to and take effort fr« I DO«». Notice of School Hoard Meeting. \<>t „'<■ iw lu'rt'hy given licit l,lie Knhnol > county will Oroonwnnil, Miss., nurune ■I ;il llic Ii,mi'll I,I l.l'lll <*,ourl Ii j Monday. July '1. I DOG. for Ll establishing and changes in the h Mc-hools of said count v. „i tal •étions of the public w. m. pi : i i r r. Supt. Education Bclh'iv ('•>. its $25.00 Reward „ far tha n nut at n,'!!,,,.'r, 2 I l ""' ; hi« tmiwi. n, . , , j w „n ;i |11 '" ' ut M ' j n„,*e, Miss, anted at A va with intent to d who ha« of of t as » » j i ! t ■gi* •ript ion, .lark and hcavv set, about ."> feet, N II to I HO pounds, g gait. Left i •ith long pul l,i> J. W. Mi'Ll,KN. June I DOG. i ! Whenjou were engaged THE 1BUNG LADY RECIMO A 80X Of 9 j ALMOST DAILY' // v HOW OFTEN DOES | YDUR WIFE NOW RECEIVE I A BOX OF THESE 8 DELICIOUS CONFECTIONS T I REPENT- AND MAIL YOUR I ORDERS. AT SHORT INTERVALS. TO | Greenwood Drug Co. CAAON ftUOS., Hroorielorn. I fresh Shipment lust Ret cived. » ' V.-S Remove Frerhuv* udu Pimples I IF' ftiv.J soht a.*» äatinola.) mm j k : fV i. m fmm -- —: s : CKItS ja » i a» Ttp-S* ; ?? I i f* "• —i ? . f * N, \.a;ù. " j A „ ai A iov applIc.tHons wall vmov, tan o, "ÏYÎSÎJïïY ^ ,ht K ''' uty j youth - ! NADINOLA ii niarantevd and money , refunded if it fails to remove fre.kles, j pimples, liver-spats, collar discoloration*, j j black heads, disligriring eruptions eie-, io X! twenty days. Leaves the skin soh, cleai nd healthy. Endorsed by thousands ; p.;,.. rat .„a c, on u,. ,n i. a ! p . . " d SI '®! ) b> D ' lc "'* i ff ; J| »rojelst», or by mail. Prepared b- ; «»Gonol Toilet Co.. Paria. Tenn *... i 1 he Voniimmwealth * 1.50 a year. ; , fh»*f fwrter of Incorporation of (he Planters Gin < ompany. ! MUST. Th.?. J M. !No.*. Mr*. C W.. i*f. \| ru. L. W. M«'0*rty. W. L s non ;irH their associ a mav hereaff.r ! ri -r. and Gi.*; I,/;»I a body politic for a period ' nui.» of huit of and Ht.yi I» r tho n t;rj Company, and by that •ntitr.ft. and bn oont.raotud Tb»- Blaut* n in.*' may <1, J «load and I hj iu cou rtê of law an corporate ri pU'&dnd in all h d •al ât d cor south-oast ,y, Missis nnxl shall ■>r\ .. establish :« rol w mill grist and h ration shall bave On- paw toed and tint <1 N--II lumb'T i.i.'ting a general if on 1 f'»r tho purport. I ginning. grinding i I sawing business. ! a d ell cette »arm fact/ d. md h iay own d preperty an may *nt of urv l"r tho aooompÜKh • and (ibjeetB and the l to <li«pene of h inl pert alTtir ■ money and i indobtod id i r h property. The capital Till KO. 4.tlid Pellai'K, Thni it shall bo Keu h of t tie value of < >no • id capital y ti • Thousand Hundred Doll stork ma v bo rl (| -d at a ■ < t not. <• \cooding !■ i a ioritv vote of the by entire di . and t ht. capital • aid ii •a p i ta •k of Maid corporatit liL., ay •d. When the Hum be rod IT..... I »„liars shall liavo lin in atitho»' t ho Nai.l KOI K i ll. The ation «hall bo vented in a board of be elected by the : f «aid corporation, each I dockhol.lor being allowed one vote •Ii «hare of ent of «aid 1 '*'»r|n | i ! ho mult ipie thereof f. I «took hold bv him a« provi.bsi by law. t f «aid corpora- i «hall bo a President, Vice-President, i •or, all of whom i 1 shall be elected by the Board of Direct-j 1 ors annually. i SIXTH. j (j MKTII. The t.nifo I I Sooretarv Irnas oorp'iraf i shall ; , rules ! The said or to adopt Much I » v I : , ,, ui . Of its affair« charter for the dent wit Ii this not r the laws of the State of Mississippi and of Ihn ITiiti',1 stafos. iay Ik* a »ration lajorîfcy volt: ot t he endinents to be •apital stock, ; cli hi published and f,proved according to law. ( harter ol Incorporation of Progress Bank. • all men that N, L. ; I/O key, II. .1. siaiibuck, I) I). Butcher, J., r sin.iur, W. .1 Davis, I,. K. Atwood* K. . B. T. Willinmflon, •iaf ch, S. S. Bradl (i. r. Wi mj,- chhoi's and aHsign«, Ik* and they »i*» r*»l*y created and constituted a body 1 Hidr : igtn arc unlitic p ro g re 8 have ku 1er t.ho n; » Bank and a« Much shall live and •ceHsion for the full te »riod of fifty y<*ars, unleai .olved by f he «tockholdor« thereof; and it shall not be ho diHHoIxred bv them so long as five of their number «hall desire to continue Its operation, and shall idy with the terms of this charter of in-1 corporal Ion. Article.. The domicile and style of and sooner dis of the cor ■<>od, Loflore «halt be (Jr* f Mississippi. Its capi tal stock shall be Thirty Thousand Dol- i lars, divided into two thousand five hun pori ('oimtv. Stat Dollars, par value j corporation may begin Thousand Dollars of j its capital stock shall have been paid in. Article 51. The objects and purposes for which this corporation is created, no and it is hereby authorized and But said business when T powort'd, to do t banking business, and to do and perform r and all things pertaining to a sav ings bank. Article 4. Tho corpora! ion is hereby permitted, empowered and authorized to •iso all t he rights and powers, and enjoy nil the prive leg«'« and immunities bestowed upon corporations by tho laws of the State of Mississippi, and to do and perform all things necessary and proper to carry into effect the purposes for which this corporation i created not inconsistent, with the laws of the State of Mississippi. Article T». This corporation is hereby permitted, authorized and empowered te make such rules and by-laws, not incon sistent with the laws of the State of Mississippi, as it may desire for its man agement, and such rules and by-laws be ing properly enacted and spread upon t ho mlnuton of the corporation, shall be as binding upon the stockholders and » hose doing business with It, as if they ritt eu in this charter. Articled. This corporation is auth orized to have and keep a common seal. • alter at will. Article 7. The officors of this corpor ation shall boa hoard of directors con sisting of not more than eleven persons. » president, vice president, cashier, and such other employees and officers as may j be provided for in its by-laws, i Articles. No stockholder shall be liable for the debts of t he corporation beyond the amount of his unpaid stock subscription. Raid up stock shall not be assessable by t he corporation, but the corporation shall have a lien on paid up M ck for the stockholders' obliga ! ions to the corporation. Stock shall be transferred only on the books of the corporation, by the shareholder in per son or by his attorney in fact, provided no stockholder shall soil or transfer his stock, without for the price of selling or disposing, first offering it to the corpor ation and giving it a chance to purchase t he s; *ral a ge hereby *hi.*h i( may break a \rticlc i). Tho corporators heroin herc'by authorized to open tho subscription of stock, and when this charter shall have been ap proved by the Governor, the incorpora it ny two of their nural upon t wo «lay s notice to tho other« in 'ting of the stockhold .*rs together, naming the time and place *f u:*H*ting, and organise under this i. may ■rating, call a .. „ . ; Notice to l ontractors. Si';ili><i bids will hr received by the Hoard of Supervisors on the first Mon lay in July for repairing Hridgi» across Hcckhain Bayou according to (flans and j specifications on file in the Chancery Clerk'* office. The hoard reserves the ,. ejeet auy „ od all bids. I ! c. W CKOCKF.TT. Clerk. ! , Greenweed, Miss., June fith, Ulfiti. j --- j Nfttlrp tfl ( ontrdftfirS ! ' * I Scaled bids will lie received by the | B'gtrtl of Bnpersimirs on >'• J* ' < * 1 ''i day in July tor l dhng Cave m ar Fort ; Loring, »bout AO foot long, according to I ; plans and specifications on file in the . Chancery Clerk* offico. The board re serves the right to reject any or all ; bidH . c. W. crlk'KKTT, Clerk. | ; j , McCLURG, GARDNER & WHITTINGTON ATTORNEYS AT LAW ! Office on river front. Greenwood, Min« W.. GWIN & MOUNGER ri Attorneys and Co :»s«llors at Law Greenwo i. Miss. »KLTA BANK. ' of »I FICE UVEK win nraotic» in all Court« Sfcat« and Kofi oral. Motto: Promptness and ace raov. POLLARD A HAMNER, Attorneys and Counsellors Offtc? over Bank of Leflore GREENWOOD, MISS. ri d ât . m w WILLIAMSON Sr STONE Attorneys at Law GREENWOOD. MISS. I'raoMco in State. Dial riet and County ConrtH. Office in Hamilton building. d. f. I.mMA X I. A. TYSON r of LOMAX & TYSON of Lawyers Office in Pom Office Building. liBEHNWOt >n MISSISSIPPI W WAUK COLEMAN & WADE Attorneys at Law, greenwood, miss. Will practice In all the St ate and Ped al court«. Prompt attention given to (| all businoHs. K. V H iron ATOM or« VERGER & HUGHSTON : GREENWOOD, I Attorneys at Law MISSISSIPPI T. M. WHETSTONE, Attorney at Law, GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI, t i i i Prompt and rh all business. I Otll attention given to Notary Public in office. in Ikiw building. ; ! J. D, WILBORN dentist util ce up stairs over Rank of Commerce Greenwood, Miss. G. B. STEWART Dentist ; Bcw Building Greenwood, Miss. DR. S. H. GUESS, DENTIST, ; Hamilton Building Gre-nwood, Miss. C. N. D. CAMPBELL Physician and Surgeon Office in Bew Building. GREENWOOD. • - MISSISSIPPI Delta Machine Works Greenwood, Miss. General Contract Shop. New and Second-Hand Ma i chinery. j I WANTS, ETC. j Notices will be inserted under this head at ONE CENT PER WORD for each insertion, less than 25 cents. Nothing will be inserted for LOST Between Mrs. S. R. Young's ttridenco and the Christian church Tuesday night, an amethyst brooch pin *t in pearls. Finder please return to this office and get reward. FOR SALE. FOB SALE Heating stove, in good condition, at a bargain. Apply to this office. typewriter; cheap for cash. Call and aoei t at this office. FOR HALF, 'Williams Blank Contracts. Hont, Share and Lease Contracts for sale at this office. FOR RENT. FOB BENT. 5-room cottage, 507 West Washington st. Apply to T. J. Phillip's Plumbing Shop. FOR RENT Store house occupied by J. B. Pace from Sept. 1,100(4. Best loca tion in city. Apply to J. Kantrovitz & Bro., Greenwood, Miss. WANTED. WANTED Gentleman or lady with with good reference, to travel by rail a riir. for a firm of 8250,000 capital. Sal ary 81,072 naid weekly and expenses advanced year and expense«; salarv \ddres«, v ith stamp, Jos. A. Alexander. Greenwood, Miss. WANTED Ry Chicago wholesale and mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and ad joining territory. Salary 820 and ex Ikmisos paid weekly; expense money ad vanced. Work pleasant; position per 'manent. No investment or ext>erienee required. Spare time valuable. Write at once for full particulars and enclose •lf-a*Idressed envelope. "Superinten dent." 1.12 Lake St., Chicago, 111. Illinois Central Excursion Bulletin, I'eabofiy Collogfl Summer Si'hool for Tuachcr«, Vandwb.lt University Bibll e»l Institute June llth to August 10th, i"d Fisk University Summe July 'Ind to August 3rd, Nashville. Teun. On account, of above occasion round trip itieketa will be on sale at one flret-olaas 'are plus I5e; date of sale as follows: I June 10th. 11th, 12th. 18th. 10th and ! 20th. July 5th. fith and 7th. tickets lim j itod for return 15 days from date of sale, e-nal privilege o( extension until Sept. ! I | ''i I . ... foot to »II principle re*ort*. | W. H. MUSTAlXK Tiek.t Agent. School, Chautauqua Escursions July fith and 2tUh. Chantaugua Lake, N. V. Hound trip ticket* on aale July 5th and 2tlth„ limited for return August 7th, with ex ; j tension privilege. Very low summer tourist rate* in ef I ♦ * 1* ♦ fl ê 'T 1 1 d > ♦< ! »♦ $ ♦&+# é # é # HOME BANKINO ♦ DIRECTORS: B. L. Jone* R. T. Jonc» A. McC. Kimbrough 0. B. Stewart E. L. Mounter Old Montjoy, Jr. E. R. McShaoe R. T. JONES President f I MOI SOI K Greenwood Savings Bank Vice President ( I n corpo rated 1904 ) ; E. R MtSMANE Cashier : -J Absolute Security, Modern Methods. Courteous Treatment. Capital paid in, $30,000 i •> ♦ T' 11 > cut represents one of the Horne Deposit Safes that the Greenwood Savings Bank is distributing «among its friends and customers. The Safe is made of steel, oxidized and highly polished, size about 1 1 2 x 11 2 inches. The slot is so constructed that money once placed in •> the safe cannot be tak *mi out except by the Bank, thus removing the usual temptation to spend, | * This safe at your home, always open for deposits, will induce savings heretofore considered | ♦ "not worth while," and it should be returned to the Bank at your convenience that the contents may be removed and credited to your Savings Account. 4 Per Cent. Interest Will Be Assessed Semi-Annually * ♦ ♦ « Savings De- ! partment | Banking Hours Located in the it ir ; + \ _ First ; J a 1 National ■> *T5. • ♦ \r d Bank i ^ 4 ♦ ♦ 9 a. m. of I mm ♦ i ^ < to ♦ m Sj ! i Greenwood Building * II5 Howard St. 3 p. m. Saturdays, 9 a. m. 'MmM ♦ * •i \ ♦ mm H ♦ to * 8 p. m. 4 ♦ ♦ lÜMlfLl ♦ t I Every Man, J Woman and Child Absolute I Safety to t Depositors I wIa 3C| '/A ♦ 'K 9 * ♦ rm ' t in Greenwood and i vicinity i« invited to £ open a Saving« Ac ^ count with the •9 Greenwood Saving« z, Rank. A deposit of t One Dollar will open l the account and ae cure a Home Sav in g» Rank fdWu is the best thing we have to offer, other inducements are of secondary im portance. Upon this basis only do|we so licit your savings account. You can't afford to be careless with your earnings. m . H m 1 All ! & 1 à mm W *>/"'"• I ♦ How People Lose Their Money How People Save Their Money Ry concealing it about their person. Ry hiding it in mugs, jugs aTid rugs. Ry sewing it up in stockings and ticks. Ry burying it in cans and putting it any old place These are some of the ways in which people [ sometimes lose their money-and often their lives. ! 5 Having money hoarded up in the house encour f ^ges robbery, and this often results in murder. j By depositing it in a good, reliable institution, : i where it is not only safe, but where it will be j earning interest. The Greenwood Savings Bank I fully meets the public's needs, and tenders its j services to all who believe in being on the safe j side. One Dollar will open your account and se j cure you the loan of a Home Savings Bank in which to accumulate your small savings. ; f * * I I I OFFICERS E. B. McSHANE, PRESIDENT A. Mod. KIMBROUGH, Vice President l. T. McSHANE, Cashier. DIRECTORS A. McC. KIMBROUGH S. F. JONES E. R. McSHANE C. E. WRIGHT W. C. GEORGE w. w. mcneill R. T. JONES i . ? 4 THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREENWOOD + * i' : Capital $250,000 Surplus $50.000 * t t * t , Does a General Banking Business. Solicits Accounts of PIanters^Merchants, Corporations i * <■ and Individuals. Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits and Stockholders' I i Î Liability, $550,000 Only Bank In Leflore County Under Supervision Of United States Government. ♦ i ! • ACADEMY. : PORT GIBSON, MISSISSIPPI. i Magnificent new brick buildings, tho most complete in tho South for a Boys' Hoarding School. Ninety rooms. Steam heat. Electric lights. Sanitary plumb ing. Campus fifty acres. Healthful lo cation in "hill country." Superior dis cipline. Home influences. Thorough instruction. Military training. Num ber limited. Certificate admits to Uni versities. For catalogue address W. C. GUTHRIE, Principal. * I /Häm Thla It the Itrjtr*t dental ««ncern world,operating u.lrtj- -oo«oQicw lu tha I'.d. $5 FULL SET OF TEKTU GROWN AND Brious Work w. Uemphla of anywnr for a $5.00 a*t of In thia loan , crown or brijjia work. Raad tha coaditioua the ecm|>oo atlaehed. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS MA.NamoUNIO N — Kutrauce on Uuiuu MEMPHIS, TENN. 4 mm & C-UT TMlô OUT.' Cut «.«I til, ntoprtii .sin. cult i..un'r«a rt, *onr ticket «Kent with then*m« afjrourtownT On Mwrlhi our omne» ftv# it toih- r*«wpitonelerk » ft» will refiner ywur iiMUd Mdre*»»nd tee I6»t y*or rwllroAa ntre U mJ s ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦»♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ »♦♦♦♦« i ! • Chickasaw Iron Works : MEMPHIS, TENN. : ♦ t i * Direct Represenatives of Manufacturers I Atlas Engines and Boilers, Lummus Cotton Gins and Elevator Systems, Cotton Presses, Dixie and Hoosicr Saw Mills, Edgers and Trimmers, Piping, Belting, Etc. t REPRESENTED BY JAMES F, V U N KAN NON, Kitchell Hotel Greenw ood, Miss. WE DO THE BEST PRINTING THE COMMONWEALTH, GREENWOOD, MISS. ♦ C A BURNS Hi DERN ! ♦ < > : BURNS & DERN PLUMBING & SHEET METAL WORKS SANITARY PLUMBING. STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING. Smoke Stacks. Cotton and Cotton Seed Elevator Pipes and Valves, Roolmg and Guttering, Estimates Inrnished. Correspondence solicited 20» CARROLLTON AVE. GREENWOOD, MISS. ! i ************************** ' !