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Special Notice.
We wish to announce to
our patrons and friends
that beginning Sept. 1st,
we will conduct a general
buffet in connection with
our Sodo Parlor.
All meats and delicacies
will be kept in season,
special attention being
given to this line of our
business.
Our buffet will be open
every day and night. We
ask you for a proper share
of your kind patronage.
SCATES BROS.
FOR SALE]

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I have for Sale a Quantity of Good
Building Sand that I can deliver
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LAID FOR THIRTEEN CENTS A SQUARE
FOOT. CEMENT VERANDA COLUMNS FOR
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CEMENT STORE,FOR FOUNDATIONS.
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and flavored our Rye arid Bourbon Whiskies. You are sure that,
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you are gening all that the distillers art c^n produce from the finest grata,
purest water and many years of ageing. It is a Real. Honest. Straight Ken
tucky Whiskey, bottled underthe direct siu>crvision of U. S. Internal Revenue
Officers from the tilling to the scaling with the Government "Green Stamp."
certifying to the Age, Proof and Quantity. T f you want to KNOW you are get
ting the best, ask for Sunny Brook. For Sale ty AIÎ First-Class Dealers.
SUNNY BROOK DISTILLERY CO., Jefferson County, Ky.
H. SCOTT LIQUOR CO , General Distributors,
210-212 Chartres St., New Orleans, La.
Formerly of Memphis, Tenu.

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tand why we get Greenwood Work.
GENtRAL BUREAU
Af INFORMATION
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Of All Meetings ef Churches, Societies,
fraternal Orders, Etc.
At the Presbyterian Churcn: Dr. Wm.
Irvine, pastor. Sunday School every
Sunday morning at 9:45. Services at 11
a. ra. and 8 p.m. Christian Endeavor,
Sunday evening at 7:15 o'clock. The
Ernest Workers' Society has disbanded
for the summer months. Church lo
cated on corner Washington Ave. and
Main St.
At the Methodist Church: Rev. H.
S. Spragins, pastor. Sunday School ev
ery Sunday morning promptly at 9:45.
Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Church
on corner Washington and Cotton Sts.
At the Baptist Church: Rev. S. E.
Tall, pastor until August. Sunday
School Sunday morning at 9:45; ser
vices every Sunday morning at 11 and
evening at 8. Present church on How
ard St. near Delta Laundry.
At the Episcopal Church: Rev. Geo.
B. Myers, Rector. Sunday School at
usual hour. Services at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. Church on corner of Howard and
Church Sts.
At the Christian Church: Rev. M. C.
Hart, pastor. Sunday School at 10 a. m.
and services every Sunday at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. Church on West Market
St.
Father McNamara will conduct ser
vices at St. Mary's Catholic church on
the first Sunday in September.
The King's Daughters' Circle meets
the first Friday afternoon of each
month at the Methodist Church.
The Pythians meet every Thursday
evening at 8:15, at Castle Hall, over the
First National Bank, on Howard St.
Tne Board of Supervisors meet in the
Supervisors' room at the court house in
this city, the first Monday in every
month.
All banks close at 1 o'clock on Sat
urdays.
The Board of Aldermen meet on the
first Tuesday of every month at the
City Hall.
The Masons meet at the Masonic Hall,
over First National Bank every Monday
evening of each week.
The Odd Fellows meet every Tuesday
evening over the First National Bank,
ou Howard St.
The Elks hold their meetings at the
Elks Home, on Washington Ave., at 8:30
on Tuesday evenings of each week.
The rooms and gymnasium of the
Greenwood Athletic Club are over
Brown & Word's, on corner of Howard
and Washington streets.
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SPECIAL NOTICE.
AH banks in Greenwood will
be dosed on Monday, the 6th
of September, on account of
Labor Day.
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School and office supplies at C. E.
Gillespie & Co's.
Wanted.
Reliable, energetic man to sell lu
bricating oils, greases and paints in
Leflore and adjacent counties. Ralary
or commission. Stetson Oil Co., Cleve
land, Ohio.
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A nice cottage,
Apply to
60S Main street.
J. G. GILLESPIE
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Co,
Get the Children Ready for
School in time. New Ginghams,
Percales, Etc., just received.
FOUNTAIN'S.
found.
Bunch of keys.
Call at Business
League, identify and receive same.
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REPAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS
Horseshoeing Etc., Neatly and Promptly Executed.
E. Carrollton Ave
near Furniture Factory
CUMBERLAND PHONE 501-3,
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Close Price on
SHINGLES
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Best Cypress Shingles - $4.00
Prime
Economies
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H. E. WILLIAMS
ITTA BENA, MISS.
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Laid Commissioner Gillespie.
Hon. J. L Gillespie, State Land Com- j
n, **** on ** r » bas '« Mfd the residence of j
j_ jf_ McLeod on Fortification street. J
He is at present at bis old home in
Greenwood, bat on next Monday he
will return to the city, accompanied by
Mrs. Gillespie,and become sure-enoagh
They, will be
citizens of Jackson,
hesrtity welcomed by the people of
Jackson, and will be quite an addition
to its social and business circles.—Clar
ion-Ledger.
THE REASON WHY
The Sam Estes Market has
never been indicted by the
city authorities is because
their slaughter pens are
properly kept, and are well
located. Their meats are
the best and cleanest in the
city. Prompt service, too.
for Sale.
One of the most desirable places in
North Winona, half a mile from depots.
Contains 4 J acres, tw oof which are wel
It has a seven-room
set in bermuda.
dwelling and all necessary out build
ings. A well of fine water. Terms rea
sonable.
BAM HAMER,
Kilmichael, Miss.
Public Transfer.
Special attention given to trunks and
all kinds of light hauling. Cumb. 'phone
808. Yours for prompt service.
GEO. W. CHAMBLESS.
FOR SALE.
The Walker Homestead in
Winona, Miss. Two and one
half acres of ground, a mod
ern ten room house, servant's
house and barn.
Address R. M. WALKER,
Whitfield flats,
Birmingham, Alabama.
Resolutions of Sympathy.
Since it has pleased our almighty
Father in his divine providence to re
move from our midst one of our most
honored citizens, Mr. C. W. Wells, father
of our own beloved brother, Warner
Wells, and feeling deeply the great loss
which has come to him, therefore be it
resolved,
First, that we, the members of Leflore
Lodge number forty-six (46) Knights
of Pythias, extend to our brother Wells
our heart-felt sympathy in this, the
darkest hour of gloom which he has
known,
Second. That these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of this lodge,
a copy of the same sent te brother
Wells, and to the local papers for
publication.
H. L. DeLOACH
W. N. GIST,
FRED WILLIAMS,
Adopted by Leflore Lodge number for
ty-six (46) in stated convention this
August 26th, A. D. 1909.
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Rube Ball Defeats Itia Bena.
j Sevenl Greenwood Can* attended the
j Tntwiler-Itta Bens series at Itta Bena, !
J hot the first game was the most inter
eating to oar fans, as Rabe Ball, oar
popular pitcher, participated. Robe
wanted to pitch for Itta Bena but that
town had engaged Baxter Sparks to
pitch the first, and intended to save
Rube for the second. But Bail went
over with the Tutwiler team and pitch
ed them to an 8 to 7 victory over Bax
ter Sparks. We always did say that
Ball was a winner.
STORM PIT.
If you have none, the next
best thing is a Cyclone Policy
with Will Peteet at quiet prices.
At the Baptist Church.
On next Sunday, Rev. C. V. Edwards,
of the First Baptist church of New Or
leans, La., will proach at both the morn
Mr. Ed
ing and evening services,
wards is a most eloquent pulpit orator
and those who will be so fortunate as
to hear him will enjoy a rare treat.
SPECIAL
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Greenwood , Miss .
207 Market St. Cumb. Phone33
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picture puzzle; latest craze; for adults 4
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Ur Address Arthur Peter & Co., 649 4
Hill Street, Louisville, Kentucky. aft,
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NEW ORLEANS
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TIME OF TRAINS AT
WEST POINT, MISS
NORTHBOUND.
No. 2, Express Daily, leaves 4:47 a. m
No. 4, Express Daily, leaves 4:58 p. m
No. 6, Express Daily, leaves 11:22 a.m.
SOUTHBOUND.
No. 1, Express Daily, leaves 11:45 p. m.
No. 8, Express Daily, leaves 11:00 a. m.
No. 5, Express Daily, leaves 3:40 pan
Delta Machine Works
Greenwood, Miss.
General Contract Shop.
New and Second-Hand Ma
chinery.
SURE CURE FOR INSOMNIA
These stormy times: a Cy
clone Policy with Will Peteet
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We wish to announce to
our patrons that begin
ning Sept. lst 9 we will run
a classy buffet in connec
tion with our Soda Foun
tain.
We will serve only the
choicest delicacies and
will be in every way pre
pared to cater to only the
best of patronage.
Thisbuffett will be open
all day attd until twelve
at night, every day in
the week. Specials will
be served on Sunday.
We crave your kind pat
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ARE NOW PASSING THROUGH THE
HOTTEST STAGE OF THE SUMMER
MONTHS. WHY BE UNCOMFORTABLE
WHEN YOU CAN GET AN ELECTRIC
FAN AT 4 CUT RATE. WE ARE SLIC
ING PRICES OWING TO THE LATE
NESS OF THE SEASON. CALL AND
SEE OUR LINE OF FANS.
ANYTHING IN THE ELECTRICAL LINE
CAN BE FOUND FOR REASONABLE
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TRI-STATE FAIR, MEMPHIS, TENN.
SECOND ANNUAL EXPOSITION
SEPTEMBER 28--OCTOBER 9, 1909.
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Liberal Cash Premiums in classes for Horses, Beef Cattle, Mules,
Sheep, Poultry, Jacks, Swine, Ponies.
Special premiums for farm products. Most complete fair ever held
in the South. Woman's work in all its branches. Horse show
with $6,500 offered in cash and trophies. : : : :
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R. M. WILLIAMS,
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MEMPHIS,
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FOR
24th YEAR
W. D. MOONEY. A. M., Pria.
HARRIMAN, TENNESSEE.
(RECENTLY MOVED FROM MURFREESBORO)
! One of the best and oldest schools in the South.
> Send your boy where he will be well taught, have
; good board, be under careful discipline and live in
\ the most healthful section of the United States.
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