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2 | go a Month buys a Genuine ■kimball organ I l M Factory Prices. FREE Music Lessois S, New Diagria System ^30 DAYS' FREE TRIAL T OI WHITE I « AT OM'E. You can now buy the famous Kim ha! 1 Organs shipp««i direct f*tn the makers at factory prît es. We will »end them to reliable people anywhere. t«. :»• paid f«»r on our extremely easy payment plan— $tÂO Monthly aad ■ pwMrd«, II d«*»lrt d - 6-A 'J factory in the world, employing the largest capital, htj for cash—the Kitu»»ali svsteui <»f manufactor ISO toÿôOon «t Hotly IrsPflassorfaas. want a good one: a mere pretty case with )ar?i 'kJa ! Imyinr i a in g ami d If you St <| A at ail t , «nie in nee the old reliable Kimball Organ at Factor; Prices llwil t do. Ä«* urttOlHiya* Free Trial ■ assurance of receiving greater organ value for your money than H perieuced buyer a hundred mile* from u*. gets the same square H rr- in us in person. Your Kimball organ will he selected by an expert on whose H « >r\v IMagrsm System Free with each organ. Write today for Free ■ PfA.NO« W»LI> AT HAKE POX PAR ATI YE LOW PRICE» AXU TERM». ■ t SEND TODAY for our MONEY-SAVING PLAN and FREE CATALOGUE Dont think of ». mtil W. W. Ki their financial strength »»ark of their binding guarantee, and o They give you positi here. The inost >n '•ney-saving pr««pr*#itK r.f ru n P" l! :*S ihn vdea ad« *gt Kimball ratalo^iK The Hendrix Piano Co., Greenville, Miss. 5 COMPLETE LINE OF NEA T LY PRINTED Blank Forms FOR SALE. t $ t t the commonwealth OFFICE HAS IN STOCK BLANK t J. P. F ORMS, LAND DE EDS, NOTE AND MORTGAGE BLANK S, DEE DS IN TRUST, BILLS OF SALE, REAL ESTATE OPTIONS, RENT CON TRACTS, WAGE CON T RACTS, LEASE CONTRACTS, T I M B E R t t CONTR ACTS. NOTES, ETC. IF IN NEED OF ANY OF THESE t BLANK FORMS CALL ON OR AD DRESS t The Commonwealth, GREENWOOD , MISSISSIPPI. ^ *r ^ *î* rr ^ ^ H" .'t' H'' tb rb ❖ Hr ^ rb rt» rîr rfr -ir rfr -fr rlr ^ vîr rî^ -fr ^ -fr v|r rlr rir r|? vt» rtr rlr vfv r|v vlv -♦» rtr 2,. * 4* ♦ ♦ THE COMMONWEALTH *4 ♦ T ♦ ♦ F * ♦ & * * •4» * * It is Nothing But Right A .. t * That you have .a newspaper that prints only the news that is fit to be printed. That you have your orders for stationery promptly and neat ly executed. That a paper should merit the patronage given it and serve as a potent factor in the building of the city. And for these very reasons we have the choicest and largest orders for all kinds of job printing. We take special interest in fixing vour advertisements to suit modern taste. We exert every possible effort to edit a paper that deserves your patronage. We are here for business and mean to stay. We do only the best. Ask our customers. Read our paper every week and see if it is not worthy of your subscription. 4* 4 * S 5 SS 4* JM. T *4 s it:. *4 C( i it:. 'T 4 A T 7 là» nT 4 A it:. A* 4 nT T 7 4 < i *. > T 7 4 4 4 v t 7 it:. 4^ 4 * •F 4 4 4 4 4 For the Neatest of Work See 4 *T * * * 4 THE COM M ON WE A L TH * GREENWOOD, j MISSISSIPPI. 4 * * * i : * 4 * * * * i iltc aZt âZt 3î3fà *j[c. aZg aZfc aZt jltfc a^fc ittt YÈi YÈt a^fc a^jfc ijLt a^fc 3*jfc itc a2fe • tW WAV VIG VIV OTTO VW VN PW VN iW VV9 T 1 ■ he how SPECIAL NOTICE. Mi'S Nina Martin wishes to teach iiiitsie in Groen wood the ensuing school 'fun. >»Im* U n graduate of Bin«* Mountain t »»liege, witn a special omise in and a student at Xew Bug land Conservatory of M uxic. music, ali the oui en of i csclu tizky Method taught For terms addrpss P. O. Box 365. - Wanted. To buy » second hand ice box suita- j f ble to c<>ol coca cola and soda pop, b j der J. B. Rovenhorst has open- j h of J. T. FLANAGAN. about 4x3 t'fc. 5 ed a Repairing Shop in the Greenwood Hotel Building, on '■ an 222 Howard, ing is his specialty. Watch Repair- ■ I of by STORM PROOF. Will Peteet's Cyclone Poli cies at a cost of next nothing. 99 t Farms and Timber Wanted. One fa I-■!! of 200 to 500 acres, another of 400 to 1.200 acres, on Illinois Central or Y. & M. Y. R. R. Also tract of tim ber wher<- oak predominates. Will buy only from those who want to sell at a bargain. No agents. J. D. Peacock, Water Valley, Miss. t For Sale. Moderr. conveniently arranged house all conveniences. P. W. PARSONS, Care Delta Bank. I« i School Shoes for Boy's and Girls of all ages and sizes have arrived. FOUNTAINS. t Salesmen Wanted To look after our interest in Leflore and adjacent counties, mission. I Cleveland, O. t Salary or com Address, The Victor Oil Co. Furniture Repaired and Re finished By an expert workman at reasonable prices. Make old as good as new. GREENWOOD FURNITURE CO. t The Commonwealth, $1.5. ! .«KJB.— '1 Jarire Jno L Buckley show» how j he KW'ks u|»nii ihe newspaper!«, and j how he ta ks about them in hF charge to the gniud jurjt-s, as the Miowhg extrnct from a ncen' charge will indicate: ' Right here, I want to commend ali newspapers i f my district and ! the st>ite of Mississippi, and those oui side of this State which have tak en a bold stand for the enforcement of the criminal laws. i I repeat what I said to the grand jury at the last term of this court, •ne of the remedies fur the j f )a r b ind tiger, concealed weapon, mur der and other evils, is through the h res? « the vehicle of thought, the dtfender of truth and the palladium of republican institutions. It, ha: an eagle eye that ever watches the I ■ I )unt y and welfare of society and good government. "Those newspapers which have taken a bold stand for law and or- • der, have caused the thinking peo ple to wake up and realize this per ï ilous situation sufficiently to demand I of the courts speedy trials and con j viciions at the hands of petit juries, and an affirmance of the sentences by the Appellate Courts, without letting criminals escape through technicalities when the right con eached by lower ■--—. . . - elusion has been r courts." « ♦ SAND I« i WRITE OR PHONE i ED. w. FOX, AT CARROLLTON MISS., FOR CLEAN WHITE SAND. Just the Best For All Purposes He Supplies all Mississippi Delta Towns. Quickest Service and Lowest «*• ^ ? ; i I t Prices ever Heard Of. No Man Can Compete With Him. Oldest and Largest Sand Ship- 1 per South of the Ohio River. f 4* * The Commonwealth does the best class of Printing. ! Greatly Reduced | Ro U IH 1 ■ Trip RateS # ■ 1 via Southern Railway Company In Mississippi i _ SEATTLE, WASH. Visit ALASKA-YUKON EXPO to •» Vancouver, B. C. Tacoma, Wash. Portland, Ore. San Francisco Calif Los Angles, Calif, and other points, I • ï With privilege of going one I route and returning another, j Tickets on sale daily, limited returning not later than Oct. 31 St, 1909. Liberal Stop-OV 6I*S in both directions. for fares and full particulars ap ply to nearest Agent of the Southern Ry. Co. in Mississippi or H. P. JONES, JR., T. P. A , Meridian, Miss.' MEW TIME TABLE OM Southern Railway Co. in Mississippi. Time of Trains at Greenwood. EAST BOUND. No. 12 leaves daily No. 4 leaves daily... No. 10 leaves daily 9:10 a. m. .7:10 p. m. .2:47 p. m. WEST BOUND. No. 3 leaves daily... No. 9 leaves daily No. 11 leaves daily. .7:20 a .m. 11:38 a. m. 5:16 p. m. N». 7 Daily except Sunday, dep. 2:15 pm BELZONI BRANCH. No. 11 leaves Greenwood No. 11 arrives Itta Bena No. 5 leaves Itta Bena WEBB BRANCH No. 8 Daily except Sunday, ar. 9:30 am 5:16 p. m. .5:40 p. m. 5:45 p. m. 7:30 p. m. .7:00 a. m. No. 5 arrives Belzoni No. 0 leaves Belzoni No. 6 arrives Itta Bena No. 12 leaves Itta Bena No. 12 arrives Greenwood 8:40 a. m. 8:47 a. m. ...9:10 a. m. W. MEADOR, Agent. | # 1 VACATION TRIPS North, East and West To the Resorts of the Seaside and Mountain, and of the Lakes, Forest Rivers, via ï : : : ♦ ♦ i ' * YAZOO AND MISSISSIPPI VALLEY t RAILROAD to Memphis, from thence via I. C. R. R. to St. Louis, Chicago, Louisville and Cincinnati gateways, with direct connection for all points beyond. Block Signals, Double Tracks, Two Daily fast Trains equipped with Buffet-Library Cars, Dining Cars, through Sleeping Cars and free Reclining Chair Cars. : : t EXCURSION TICKETS at low rates af tare new sale, with liberal limits and stop ever prtvMedfes. further Information of Tickets t C. L. WORTHAM, Agent, Greenwood, Miss. Y. & M. V. R. R. Low Excursion Rates TO California, Washington, Oregon and British Columbia Points, $57.50 67.50 $77.50 For information as to dates of sale, limits, stop-overs, routes, sleeping ear reservations, schedules, illustrated ad vertising matter, etc., apply to C. L. WORTHAM, Ticket Agt., Greenwood, Miss. Y. ft M. V. ft. R. Schedule. TRAINS ARRIVB. No. SIS, from Clarksdale 4:40 p. No. SSI, from Grenada 7:45 a. No. S41. from Charleston 10:15 a. No. 897, from Grenada 4:00 p. No. 314, from Jackson 10:30 a. m. No. 832, from Jackaon 7:32 p. m. No. 339, from Memphis 10:00 p. TRAINS DEPART. m. m. m. m. m. No. 813, for Jackson 4:40 p. m. No. 814, for Clarksdale 10:30 a. No. 881, for Jackson 7:45 a. m. No. 882, for Grenada 7:32 p. m. No. 398, for Grenada 8:16 a. No. 340, for Memphis 4:00 a. m. No. 842, for Charleston 2:45 p. m. Trains 897 and 398 Daily except 8un m. m. day. C. L. WORTHAM, JR., Tkt Agt. For Neat Job Printing see THE COMMONWEALTH.