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Harwood Elected Secretary League. of Groeewood Tuesday evening the executive sion of the Gi proved quite au interesting one. Var ious matters of high import were given attention by the members present. The most important event of the evening was the resignation of Hon. F. W. Ster ling as secretary of the league. For the past year or two Mr. Ster ling has wanted to resign his post of duty and devote his entire time to his own interests in the city and county, but owing to the inability to find just the man that would fill his shoes, he has held on to the secretaryship until this week. About a month ago Mr. Sterling got a string on one Mr. L. M. Harwood who was prominently asso ciated on the répertoriai stall of the es teemed Commercial Appeal of Memphis. Finally Mr. Sterling was suooeesful in securing the services of Mr. Harwood as assistant-secretary. After being as sociated with this hustling young gen tlemen a few weeks, Mr. Sterling found that he had at last found the proper shoulders upon which to throw his mantle. At the session Tuesday evening, Mr. Harwood was elected Secretary of the League. Already Mr. Harwood is well known, and enjoys a wide circle of friends in this city. Coming from Mem phis here he at once got together with Greenwood people, found out their likes and dislikes and properly adapted himself to the situation. Overbrimming with ambition, aeoentuated by real ki netic energy and posh that can always insure prompt action, Mr. Harwood has accepted the sen notaryship of the League and has begun to taka ap the work of his superfluity of G r e en wo od spirit, appre ;. Absorbing a dating the feet that ha is in town in tbs stats, purpose—to upbuild aad develop Gree n wood and Leflore eoouty, Mr. Ha rwood having but thrown himself upon bis consti tu e n cy asking their support and eneourage it to make the buaiaann league a more prominent factor than ever. Since Mr. Stirling's oonneetion with Greenwood and the Business League, G&enwood has undergone a great change. Through an instrumentality no other than him sel f aad members of brought Greenwood United St a t es and it one of the li v e et , epeodate and sive cities in . Ha the prate* o< every ettteee, win easily his the high still he will be greatly 3© missed, and that characteristic ster ling spirit will be wanting from every move of the league. Mr. Sterling will devote his entire time to his property interests in and near Greenwood. He will farther the development of the addition in North Greenwood, and will be connected with important real estate deals all over the city. Though officially out of the league, Mr. Sterling assures his friends that he will at all times cooperate with the Lea g ue and with Greenwood to do the best thing at the proper time in the moot appropriate manner. Rally at Christian Church. On Lord's Day, Feb. 20th, there will be a church rally at the Christian church, West Market St. The pastor, W. K. Clements therefore requests that all members as far as possible, be present, and an invitation is extended to those who have not identified them selves with the local congregation, to do so on this occasion. This service will .ollow the Sunday school exer cises which will commence at 10 a. m A series of revival services will be conducted by the pastor, beginning Sunday night. At these services all the great subjects concerning the sal vation of men will be discussed, and questions will be answered. The pub liois cordially invited to these ser vices, every evening at 7:30. Bank of Commerce Statement. We call especial attention to the first quarterly statement of the Bank of Commerce for 1910, which appears else where in this issue of The Common wealth. The showing made by this ex cellent institution is one of which not only its patrons and friends, but every ciüsen of the county is proud. It is easy to understand why this banking house can publish auch an excellent showing. Business men that are bank ers guide its administration, who give the public every possible courtesy and painstaking business methods. Wants to Sell Gar Load of Mares. a Orleans Mr. Roscoe »joyed Mardi j "* Mr. J. H. Roscoe returned from New Orleans the latter part of last week, after disposing of two oar loads of cat tle at handsome figures. While in New | Mr. Roscoe baa just bought a car load of fine mares, at very cheap prices, and cs« sell these to von at prices that will fit your parse. Write J. H. and W. J. Ruseoe, at Hemingway, Miss^ for prices and further particulars. a of For Sale. A Majestic hotel range. First cost SI4S. Can now be bought cheaplv. of F orm erly used at Greenwood Bakery da - Apply to DAHMKR'BROS. For Sale. Plyraoath Rock eggs. 15 to a Setting. Sea W. T. CHAPMAN. . ■ . M3 a GREENWOOD BAKERY CHANGED HANDS. Dahmer Bros. Buy Greenwood Bakery and Make Improvements. Dahmer Bros., who hare been con ducting a classy bakery for years past in Greenwood, have absorbed the Greenwood Bakery on Market street. Messrs. Dahmer informs ns that there will be no baking of bread at this bak ery, that all cooking will be done at the immense bakery on George street, bat that the Greenwood Bakery stand will be supplied all during the day with choice cakes, candies, etc., and that firm was absorbed in order that they could more promptly fill the orders of their customers in this part of the city. Planters Bank Statement. Bvery since its inception, the Plant ers Bank of Schlater has been quite a prominent factor in Leflore county banking circles. Its stockholders, de positors and friends have basked in the sunshine of an excellent statement ev ery quarter that is always published in The Commonwealth. No where in the state can be found a stronger institution than the Planters Bank at Schalter. We call special attention to the first quar ter statement for 1910. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is net a common, every-day cough mixture. It is a meritorious remedy for all the troublesome and dangerous complica tions resulting from cold in the head throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all druggists. Doubles the Yield. Eupora, Miss., Oct. 8th, 1908. Tennessee Valley Fertilizer Co., Florence, Ala. Gentlemen: I have used your King Cotton Grow er along with other high grade fertil izers this year and have no hesitancy in saying that it has given me entire It is a high grade goods j j n eve ry respect besides being put np in bags made oat of oar cotton. * I think our people ought to patronize those who not only give ns good hones t goods but are trying to create a great er demand for our cotton. | satisfaction. Yours very truly, (Signed) H. G. COOPER. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy disappoints those who use it for obsti nate coughs, odds and irritations of the throat and longs. It stands un rivalled as a remedy for all throat aad lung diseases. Sold by all druggists. a Mr. A. O. Peterson was down from Money on business Tuesday. . , 1 $100.00 Cut Glass Punch Set Something every lady Craves. A Chance at it with with every cash purchase of 50c at Scates Bros, Drug Store. Now on display at Scates Bros. Soda Fount. _ \ Take a peep at it and you will buy your drugs from Scates Bros. BRENT'S POOL ROOM Now open Give me a call Cold Drinks and Cigars 211 MAIN ST. AND HIDES ESTABLISH» " MMPjQHN WMITE4QO« Lowwimt K* ■MUST HAUET PEICB FAUft FOB RAW f URS am bides. The Commonwealth, $1.50.