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Makes ^ the most nutritious food and the most dainty and delicious 'Roxeir Mmfc, _ « _ m — - m _ A AÂso/atelyPui» No fretting over the biscuit making. Royal is first aid to many a cook's success sy 0 -Vfi i •Jr Sty? (Cmmnnmnraltlj J. G. Gillespie J. L. Gillespie GILLESPIE Jfc SON, EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS. A ROUND THE TOWN Gathered In the Round lip. Visit the Valley Cafe. Baines Austin Snndayed at the Cap ital City. Mr. W. H. Dick, of Philipp, was in the city Tuesday. Our city was thronged yesterday with circus-seers. Mr. S. A. Low made a business visit to Itta Bena Monday. Ride a Columbia. C. EL Gillespie & Co, Mr. Eugene Burnet, of Greenville, was in onr city Monday. Mrs. L. J. Henderson spent 8unday with relatives at Money. Mrs. Bingham was over from Car rollton Monday shopping. RCSOLVCD That new cloaks arc always BFAUTiFUL AND ALWAYS FASHIONABLE. And GOOD FUR 5 ARE BOTH, BFSIDF5 BFlNC NECESSARY AnD COMFORTABLE. »TIS LoVElY TÖWAVE A STORE IN TOWN that has the goods Buster Browm (Z X 0 7 a PI '/A aga »/ 'll / ■h ai A > y? r Ou.7£-^//-~ fpf (•MUM* IIM i**M IM**t ...... M. NEW CLOAK» THE NEW CLOAKJ? CLOAK-S ARE CAPICI 0\J3. STYLE CHA(SEJ -STYLE A-S -SUNSHINE CHA-SE-S -SHADE. THE LATE-ST -STYLE-S DID NOT GOME IN TWO MoNTH-S AGO, BUT ONLY RECENTLY. WE HAVE THE RECENT THING-S INCLOAK-S. WE CANNOT TELL YOU EXACTLY WHAT THEY ARE, WHY NOT COME IN AND -SEE THEM? OUR -STORE, YOU KNOW, I-S THE HOME OF FUR-S FOR THI-S CITY. -SCRIBE OUR FUR-S To YOU. THEM. NOR. CAN WE DE COME ANP .SEE »4 RESPECTFULLY, FOUNTAINS BIG BUSY STORE -9 GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. V Mr. H. 8. Hyman has returned from the auto races at Atlanta. Let the Valley transfer do yonr haul ing. Mr. R. L. Foy was down from Craig side Monday on business. Mr. W. L. Ray was over from Mal maison this week on business. Mr. N. P. Stark, of Macel, Miss., was an appreciated caller Monday. Dr. R. EL Birdsong, of Schlater, paid ns an appreciated call Monday. A treat at the Gem fits even the Wad's purse. Col. Means Johnston was down from Schlater Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Braxton Bragg Provine is vis iting friends at Marks this week, t + + Mrs. E. D. Stone has returned from a short visit to Greenville friends. Dr. and Mrs. Davis, of Qnito, were shopping in the city Wednesday. 8chool and office supplies at C. E. Gillespie & Co's. Mr. W. B. Holla, of Grenada, was a city visitor the first of the week. Miss Lenore Hardy is the charming guest of Mrs. Orman Kimbrough. Mr. W. B. Watkias, of Aberdeen, was in the city on bOMioeas this week. Dr. W. b Dickins is attending the State Baptist Convnution at Winona. ter 1 he beat chef in the city at Valley, Cafe. - edy j all Hon. J. L. Gillespie came np from Jacksou Wednesday night ou business. Mr. and Mrs. 8. G. Wilson returned Suuilay evening from a visit to Jackson. Miss Hattie Dunn has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Jackson. and The GEM shows the best that the best money can buy. * * * Miss Jennie Weaver, of Avalon, was the guest of Miss Ruby Johnston Thurs day. Sheriff S. Z. Prophet has returned from a short business visit to the Cap ital City. the Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Weaver spent Sunday with relatives and friends at Yazoo City. One 25- horse- power portable engine for sale; apply to the D. C. PETEBT & BRO. Mr. O. P. Lane was in the city on bus iness Monday. Ho reports Schlater to be in the swim. in Miss Yerna Henderson, of Runne mede, was the goest of Mrs. Dr. Hen derson Wednesday. * * * Ring the Valley Transfer for your hauling. two Dutchess Trousers arc never worse for comparison. "The best for your money, why not give us your money for the best? for »» SO Exclusively at BERNSTEIN'S ** Men's Wear of Quality. to 10 Gents a Button $1.00 a Rip Mr. and Mrs. A. Bernstein returned last Friday night from a visit to friends and relatives at Jackson. R. Mrs. Hughes and daughter, Mrs. Birdsong, of Shellmound, were callers at this office last Monday. The GEM Theatre—for an evening of pleasure. * * * Miss Ethel Yorke, of Seooba, has re turned to her home after an enjoyable visit to Mrs. Helen Money. Mrs. Dr. Henderson entertained Wed nesday afternoon with a tea compli menting the grandmothers. The Valley Transfer asks a share of yonr patronage. Mrs. S. E. Wright, of Greenville, Ala., is the appreciated guest of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Wright this week. Mrs. J. L. Gillespie spent the latter part of last week in the city, the gnest of Mr. and Mrs. S. Gillespie. Whitman's famous candies at BROWN & WORD'S. + + + Mrs. A. F. Gardner and children en joyed a short visit to relatives at Ya zoo City the first of the week. Miss Rath Rhyne, of Lexington, is the charming guest of her sister, Mrs. J. H. Ellington, for a few days. Mrs. Paul Burt, of Wesson, is the charming gnest of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. McLean in North Greenwood. We make old furniture ae good new. GREENWOOD FURNITURE CO. WOOD. Place your orders now be fore cold weather, wfaie de liveries can be promptly made. KUn dried oak and gum, the only satisfactory stove-wood to be bought in the dty. Special «nice on supply at one time of five loads or over. TALLAHATCHIE FURNITURE MFG. CO. 132. I Quito a party «nt otwr to Qnn Tillelast Friday sight to see David Warfield io the **Muaic Master." Ask Dr. R. K. Birdsong, one of oar Schla ter friends, was in the city Monday and paid this » See an appreciated call. til a ing ter you S* and eral of - When » cold becomes settled in the system, it will take several days* treatment to care it, and the beat rem edy to use is Chamberlain's Congb Remedy. It will core quicker than any other, and also leaves the system in a natural and healthy condition. Sold by all druggists. Our good friend Mr. J. H. Ruscoe, of Hemingway, was in the city Tuesday and paid this office an appreciated call. Hon. and Mrs. James Stone, of Ox ford, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Stone, Jr., the latter part of last week. Mrs. Sumter Oillespie returned the latter part of last week from a visit to Mrs. J. L. Gillespie, at Jackson during the Fair. Phone 365—365 days—for best meats; prompt delivery. Mesdames C. L. Lomax, F. M. Ald ridge and W. C. Johnston are atterding the State Baptist Convention at Wi nona this week. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. James Stone, Jr., sympathize with them in the sad loss of their twins, the latter part of last week. Take her to the GEM. Dr. W. J. Redditt and Mr. Williford, two of onr staunch friends from Carroll County, paid as a visit while selling their cotton yesterday. Lv. Lv. Ar. Miss Annie Mai Thomas, Mr. Robert Portwood and Mr. Ernest King, of Itta Bena, were city visitors Snnaay, the guests of Mrs. P. B. Portwood, on Wash ington avenue. Lv. Lv. Ar. Many school children snffer from con stipation, which is often the cause of seeming stupidity at lessons. Cham berlain's Stemach and Liver Tablets are an ideal medicine to give a child, for they are mild and gentle in their ef fect, and will cure even chronic con stipation. 8old by all all druggists. Lame back comes on suddenly and is extremely painful. It is cansed by rheumatism of the muscles. Qnick re lief is afforded by applying Chamber lain's Liniment. Sold by all druggists. + ♦ + Dr. T. R. Henderson, of Greenwood, was in the city this morning, en route to Gulfport to attend a meeting of the board of directors of the Soldiers' Home at Beauvoir.—Jackson News, 8th inst. a jj o + + •* Greetings always extended to you at the GEM. « Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Johnson and Mr. R. T. Jones returned the latter part of last week from an interesting visit to the State Fair. While there Dr. John son and Mr. Jones purchased some ex cellent stock. jj 7 Hon. Firman Smith, of Nashville, Tenn., was a city visitor this week with his father, Capt. A. C. Smith. Mr. Smith was en route from New York City to Mexico, where he attended to legal business for mining interests in Mexieo. Clean pictures at the GEM every night. Miss Sallie Morgan Kimbrough, of Greenwood, the charming yonng daugh ter of Judge and Mrs. Kimbrough, is spending the week with Miss Josephine Wright at the sweet home of the Wrights on College street.—Jackson News, 6 th inst. A revival at the Christian cbnrch has been enjoyed all this week. Rev. L. H. Stine, of Jackson, is conducting the services and has greatly impressed those that have composed his congrega tions. The service tonight begins promptly at 7:30. Never ease by the GEM. Two Beans to see the fun. Miss Alice Priestley l'as the charm ing hostess of an interesting euchre party last Thursday evening at her home on Washington avenue, compli menting Miss Minnie Mai Snyder. Sallie Steele and Wheat Burk halter assisted Miss Priestley in re ceiving. Delicious lees were served. ML Cmup is most prevalent during the dry oold weather of the early winter months. Parents of yonng children should be prepared for it. All that is needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many mothers are never without it in their homes and it has never disappointed them. Sold by all druggists. * + * Mrs. Jackson, of Greenville, is the charming guest of Mrs. Ben George Humphreys. Last Thursday evening Mrs. Humphreys complimented her with a bridge party. Nine tables of this fas cinating game were thoroughly enjoyed, Mrs. Calhoun Wilson sad Mr. 8eldon Leavell Anally capturing the prizes. A salad course and dainty iees were nerved during Um evening. I fOR STOMACH AGONY $ Ask S. L. Raines About Mi-o-na, it Gives Relief in five Minutes. Be will tell yon that he guarantees Mi-o-na to relieve promptly and care til diseases of the stomach and indi gestion, or he will return your money. Have you gas on stomach? One Mi-o-na tablet and the misery is jnded. Are you billions, dizzy or nervous? Mi-o-na tablets will put you right in a day; give relief iu 10 minutes. Now, dear reader, don't go on suffer ing with stomach trouble. Be fair to yourself; throw aside prejudice aud try Mi-o-na. It is a great doctor's pre scription. No doctor ever wrote a bet ter one. And money back from S. L. Raines if you don't say Mi-o-na is worth its weight in gold. Sold by leading drug gists everywhere but in Greenwood by S* L. Raines. 50 cents a large box. Test sample free from Booth's Mi-o ns, Buffalo, N. Y. Mrs. Mary Hutchinson says: "Pains and distress in my stomach and a gen eral stomach complaint was entirely cured for me by the use of two boxes of Mi-o-na, and I have no hesitation in recommending its use." 508 Pearl St., Ypsilanti, Mich., December 19,1908. ■ ■ ( PRONOUNCED fhSft-0-M£ J Oures catarrh or money back, breathe it in. Complete outfit, incluu inhaler $1. Extra bottles 50c. Drue— «iCS TIME TABLE OF Gulf & Ship Island Railroad Company PASSENGER SERVICE-MAIN LINE Depart No, 3 3:35 p.m. 7:13 p.m. 10:00 p.m. No 6 4:25 p.m. 7:43 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Arrive No. 5 .6:00 a.in. Lv. Jackson Lv. Hattiesburg 9:43 a.m. Ar. Gulfport .12:30 p.m. No. 4 7:40 a.m. Lv. Gulfport Lv. Hattiesburg 10:30 a.m. 1:55 p.m. Ar. Jackson COLUMBIA DIVISION. ( v ia Silver Creek and Columbia) No. 102 No. 101 7:20 a.m. Lv Mendenhall Ar. 9:25 p.m. 1:40 p.m. Ar.... Gulfport ... Lv. 2:45 p,m. SOUTHBOUND. No. 109 2:30 p.m. Lv. Jackson 6:20 p.m. Ar. Columbia Lv. 6:10 a.m. Connections at Jackson, Hattiesburg and Gulfport with all lines. For further information apply to J. L. HAWLEY, Gen. Pass. Agent, Gulfport, Miss. Effective Aug. 29, 1909. No. 110 Ar. 10:15 a.m a jj HIGH GRADE;: BUILDING <» o ► « ► : BRICK! • « o ■ WRITE FOR PRICES. 4 jj LOVE WAGON CO. ii 7 o n DURANT, MISS. < > Notice of Special Election in Beat 5. Pursuant to an order of the Board of Supervisors, adopted at the regular Oc tober, 1909, session, a special election will be held in beat 5 of Leflore county, Mississippi, on Saturday, Nov. 20, 1909, for the purpose of electing a justice of the peace as the successor to J. H. Mc Math, deceased, and the following per sons are hereby appointed to hold said special election: Sidon precinct—A. B. White, T. H. Smith, W. R. Prophet, inspectors ; W. H. Smith, J. R. Prophet, clerks; George Haynie, bailiff. Morgan precinct—W. G. Poindexter, W. J. Dent, E. B. Clark, inspectors; W. B. Fulkerson, J. C. Scott, clerks; J. L. Robinson, bailiff. Swift precinct—W. A Swift, H. Wool bert, Floyd A. Stevens, Inspectors; Fox Swift, Dr. McNeill, clerks; Panl Krivos, bailiff. is L. J. L. MONTGOMERY, M. ANDERSEN, A O. PETERSON, Election Commissioners. This Oct 11, 1909. Citation. T. R. Henderson, exeentor, complainant, vs. W. R. Henry, et al., defendant. The State of Mississippi: To Gas Henry, J. P. Henry, Robert Henry, Louis Henry and Mrs. Claude Holly, whose postoffice address is Mem is are it by phis, Tenn ; W. R. Henry, whose post office address is Charlotte, Norrh Car olina; Mrs. Henrietta Bowen and Mrs. Sallie A. Gregory, whose poetoffice ad dresses are unknown, defendants: Yon are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the Connty of Leflore in said State, at roles, on the second Monday of December, A. D. 1909, to defend the suit in said court of T. R. Henderson, executor of tne estate of L. H. Henry, deceased, wherein you are defendants. This the 29th day of October, A. 1909. the fas A C. W. CROCKETT, Clerk. Gardner & Whittington, Sol's. The Commonwealth does the best class of Printing. $ IS GENERALLY CONCED ED THAT Scates Drinks IT ■ Are the Best in Mississippi, and that their Drug Store is fast becoming the most pop ular in the city. THE BEST IS AT Scales Bros DRU6 STORE AND SODA FOUNTAIN. WATCH THIS SPACE. J. H. Ellington THE INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE MAN. Has something that will interest the Business Men. + i ;; DELTA MARBLE & GRANITE GO. o o GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. The Best Monuments o t •p t M at theMost Reasonable Prices. I • • i SEE OUR LINE OF Finished Monuments OR WRITE FOR PRICES ; No Orders too Large ; None too Small. « * ■ » M 4 : - • » * *♦ » ♦ —♦ ■ ■» »■»'« » «■» * ♦— H» ■ .t—♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦2 ♦♦ o 1 CALL UP NO. 15 to Sam Estes & Armstrong Market Corner Main and Carrollton Sts. 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