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GALHOON «WILSON, Prwidmt ! np to and to ed who or It rail, » IF YOU HAVE BEEN STUNG YOU KNOW WHO DID IT. « DELTA LUMBER CO. WHOLEALE AND RETAIL ♦ i , ■ All Kinds of Building Material Mantels and Grates, Sash, Doors and Windows. < > 1 < ! ♦ PHONE 177 LIME 1 SAND î rtr rt^ r|r nlr vf? r|* rf* rfv vf» dr * * J. G. AND R. L MILLER * * DEALERS IN 4 ■v 4 4 * f -J V 4 4 4L Sales Stable Corner Front aqd Maifi Sts. 4 aud -4 4 • • MISSISSIPPI. F the 4 FT Will Handle the Best Line of Mul*^ ^ Horses Ever Offered *• — • oi 4 A 4 aale m ! Greenwood. 4 4 4 * WHEN THE SEASON OPENS, AN INSPECTION OF OUR STOCK IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. WE WILL BE PREPARED TO PLEASE ALL IN NEED OF FIRST-CLASS MULES AND HORSES. 4 -5^7 A 4* 4 4 the the to if -4 4 4 4 4 J. G. AND R. L. MILLER. 4 4 Greenwood, Miss. 4 4 4 4 X4444444444444 *|* 4 * 4 * 4 * 4 » 4 » 4 * 4 * 4 * 4 * 4 * 3 ? ANHEUSER-BUSCH BEERS. Refund For Return of Empties. For ram and bottles, suivi l ease SI 50 For ease and bottles, largo ease $1.20 For small bottles eaaks. doz... . 20c For large bottles in cask«, doz. S''e All prices F. O. B. Memphis and Paducah. Kaum refund allowed on Budweiser, Pa*e Inger. Anhonser and Bovo. We refond promptly when empties are returned. We will pack beer in plain boxes on request—No extra charge för packing. BUDWEISER BEER PALE LAGER BEER In caseB of 4 duzen small, case $4.50 In cases of 2 dozen large, case $3 70 l-i casks of 10 doz. small, cask $10 50 In casks of (3 doz. large, cask $10.00 Pickageof 12 pints Pndweiser $1.10 Package of 12 qts. Budweiser $t 75 In cases of 4 doz. small, case .. $4.00 In cases of 2 doz. large, case .. $3.20 In casks of 10 doz. small cask.. $9.75 In casks of 6 doz. large, cask .. $9 25 Pkg. containing 12 pints pale .. $1 00 Pkg. containing 12 quarts, pale $1,50 DISTILLERY BOTTLING. BOTTLED IN BOND. Express Prepaid at These Prices. 4 full 6 full 8 fall 12 full quarts quarts quarts quarts $ 3 75 $ 5 30 $ 7 00 $10.40 7 00 10.40 7.00 10.40 7.00 10.40 7.25 10 75 7 75 11 00 7 75 1U>0 7 75 11 00 7 75 11 00 7.75 11.00 8 25 12.00 8 25 12.00 8 25 12 00 8 25 12 00 ... 4 50 6 50 «25 12 0** ... 4 50 0.50 8 25 12 00 .... 4 60 «50 8 25 12 00 ... 4 50 «50 8 25 12 00 ... 4 50 «50 8 25 12 00 ... 4 50 6.50 8.25 12 00 .... 5.00 7.40 9 50 13 00 .... 5.00 7 20 9 25 12 50 ... 550 8 00 lo 5<* 15.00 5 50 8.00 10 50 15.00 5 50 8 15 10 75 15 75 5 50 815 10.75 15 75 Express Prepaid at Tliese Prices . î ? 4 fall 6 full 8 full 12 full quarts quarts quarts quarts $2.50 $3 40 $ 4.25 $ 6.15 2 75 3 75 4.«0 7.00 3.00 4 25 5A0 8.25 3.50 4.75 6.00 9.00 4 00 5.50 7.25 10 75 4 00 5.50 7.25 10.75 4.00 6 50 7.25 10 75 4 50 6.50 8.25 12.50 4AO 6 AO 8.25 12 50 5.00 7 40 9.50 13.00 5.00 7.20 9 25 12 75 5.00 7.20 9.25 12.50 5.00 7.20 9 25 12.50 500 7.20 '9 25 12 75 5.00 7.20 9 25 12.50 5.25 7 85 10 00 14.50 5 25 7 75 10.75 14.50 Stillinore . Lincoln Springs. Belle of Anderson 3.75 5.30 5 30 5 30 R 50 0 00 o mi o.<*o 6.00 0 0 « *1 »0 6 50 0 :>0 6 50 3 75 Golden Oak. Pride of Tennessee. Antler... Oak Leaf . Colonel Bouquet. Duffy Malt (short qts)... Dad's Old Oorn.. Paul Jones (short qts.) Hunter's Rye (shortq's.) Old Cr*»w. Cascade. Green River. . Monticello . Yellow Stone. Murray Pill. Canadian Club ( <h->rt qt ■) Old Forrester .. Three Feathers (short qntr s).. 3 75 Glenmore Colonel Bouquet.. 4.0ft T. B. Ripy 1903 . Mellwood . Oscar Pepper. Old McBrayer.. V>. S. Stone. Overhoft . Sunny Brook . Uuekenheimer . Clark**'« Pure Rye. Old Taylor. O. K. C. . Cedar Hrook . Ja*. E Pepper. Bond & Liltaid. Corn Whiskey . Helmao Old Crow. Apple Brandy. Old Jordan... Rnrn*»ra«*de. 4 -5 4 2-* 4.25 4 25 4.2. 4 50 4.50 4.50 4 50 Hormifage.. O d Crow . 6.15 9.25 12.00 17.60 SAMBUCETTI & COMPANY, Importers and Wholesale Liquor Merchants • Distributors of Budweiser Beer. BOX 332, , TERR. u "1 BEAUTIFUL HARDWOOD BLOORS. Litici Anywhere. • HIGH GRADE SCREENS. Meta), Copper and Wood. WATKINS-ROBERTS GO. Write Us Immedigtely. I ■4m, I V ; M »1 Attack tke Tigers. Ir fightiRg %o the blood pua thé germs like ligne. Bit often multiply ■■-. Th. IX' p lwpl ee, multiply nod appetite ML * ffcb bo to a r efTieej, OellL, "I km ever fae PICA 1 •-: With the interest of the ptaj and Mississippi i|fi and maintenaneé^ through the count! h-ts planned an i through Louisiana| np the east side of to Memphis. Ä The toute wilt Raton Kougf», i'-m Greensburg and ||| «rill cross the Loti entering Mississippi passes through Brook haven. liai le hurat, Jackson. Caaton, Picke as, Lsxington, Greenwood, C arkadale and Tunica, and aft« entering Tennessee will go str&ig Memphis. Tne distance is 590 miles, and the route affords the op portunity of seeing Mississippi through its entire north and south length, besides Louisiana and Tennessee. The tourists will pass through many towns and cities of great or lesser importance, so that it wilt be easy to secure food and everything need ed for comfort or relief. The are few persons now alive who belong to the time when away from the river it was necessary to make long jovrneys in stage coaches or in private carriages drawn by horses. That day has long passed. It is possible t° gQ everywhere by rail, and the rivers which were long depended on for transportation have fallen into disuse. n* 'P» ter p.'X :h it mid alia, on to something of to But there stfi] remains the de lights of tourfng tfia country in one's own vehicle at one's aud pleasure. ""'u Will the general intro ^action of the motor car for use on common roads has revived into great activity the custom and the pleasure of those personal and per sonally conducted tours. Of course everything depends on the county roads over which the tours are ma ie, and the interest in these roids lus become so great that the attention of state govern ments has been turned t »wards them with such tffect that many »•»-» •* thousands of miles of improved highways have been constructed at the public' cost, a fact w hich has gone far to cheapen and facilitite the hauling crops from thô planta tions on their way to market. Governor Binders' âdmhïfâi jaiion has brought an era of active im provement of the roads in Louisi ana, but mued still remains to be done, and the Picayune's automo bile tour was planned and is to be carried out not only to promote the improvement of roads in Louisiana, but in Mississippi also. The tour itself promises to be a delight. Already nineteen auto mobiles have been entered for it, and among them is one owned and to be driven by a lady. The ttart will be made Aug. 12, and all the arrangements are being made by skilled and experienced tourists. The Picayune offers handsome prizes to the winners and others of value and importance have been donated. New Orleans wants a thoroughly good automobile road from here to Chicago and St. Louis, and the Picayune's tour is the starter for the southern end of it. Final success will follow these first efforts if only an active interest be kept up the undertaking.—N. O, in Piciyune. for Rent. 4 Room House on Mont joy Streut, one block from public school. W. M. HAMMER. A King Who Lett Home. set the world to talking, but Paul Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y., says he al way KEEPS AT HOME the King of all Laxatives—Dr. King's New Life Pills— and that they're a blessing to all his family. Core constipation, headache, indigestion, dyspepsia. Only 25c at all druggists. - . --- — 7 - . --- — 7 » fi POI L UBPICUOIMPIf »IMW i aUlOO I MILLSAPS C0LLE6E, Jackson, Miss. Rev. David Carlisle Hull, M. S.. President Located A high grade college, aituated at the capital of the State. high, drv a nd healthful Entrance R* quiaments and Curriculum same as other Leading Colleges and Uliverdttios North and South Separate Preparatory School under Private Dormitory Management. The verv finest Moral and Religions Inflnenc«*. EvtraordiesryAdvant im UTBRARY AND LAW DEPARTMENTS _ agog Coarsen Leading to A. B. S., A. M., M. 8. and LL. B. Degreee. TUENTIETH SESSION BEGINS SEPTEMBER 29TH. 1911 For ostN.ir»g and other iaformntion address £ V. BURTON, Secretary, Jacbsou, Mias. aeta a gagga n e wai 8h~^ > AND HIDES rmnam Hi s i % : ? " . -s r I Stowing Cast cf Read •-to To The Honorable Board of Supervisors, Le flore Coor ty: I herewith submit my semi annual report for the road work ing beat four, beginning Feb ruary first to the present, trhis includes all Beat Four and five miles of Beat Three. - My epenses for February (whfch includes 8 mules purchas ed) was.. Expenses for March ... 165* 82 April_ " May . ,... 325 6? June July 327 73 ..$1709 9L 4. it 192 84 (( «h il 369 41 It 44 _ $3091 38 Total I have had my forces on the road all the time. I have- kept the roads in better shape than they have ever been kept before. And I think I have done fully twice as much work as we have done under tne contract ; ; system for same length of time. I have done at least five hundred dollars ■ ■ ' ■ worth of bridge and fill work. The money for this would have been paid out if done by Qnptraçt Comparing tlfo present working to that with former eont*-^ ct as follows ; Paid to ^ 5. Alexander for 6 *>- u ths $3153 00 Adding for bridge and fill work.——- Total would have been 500 00 t paid out under old _ 3653 00 system_ My expenses including 8 mules for 6 months.. 3091 38 561 62 Adding to this for tools 200 00 Making a net saving of $761 62 With the above saving o 4 $761.62, we have on hand the 8 mules that were purchased for road work, thereby making a total of about $2400.00, saveii for the county, Respectfully Submitted, J. L. HALEY, Member of Board of Supervisors Beat (4) Four. Amount saved — WASH THAT ITCH AWAY i It 1« Mid that th«r« an certata springs in Europa that give relief and cure to Eczema and other skin dis If you knew that.by washing In these waters you could be relieved from that awful Itch, wouldn't you make every effort to take a trip to Europe at once? Would yon not be willing to spend your last cent to find the cure? But you need not lesve home for these distant springs. Relief Is right here In your own home town! A simple wash of Oil of Winter green, Thymol and other ingredients as compounded only ln D. D. Ö. ' Pre scription will bring instant relief to that terrible burning itch, and leave the skin as smooth and healthy as that of a child. If you havs not already tried it, get at least a 25-cent bottle today. We as sure you of Instant relief. L. N. CHANDLEK'K URL« STORE. Vacation Tours via So. Ry. Co, Greatly reduced round trip fares to points Bast, West, North and North west. Liberal return limits.' Stopovers. Plan your summer trip now. Nearest ticket agent, Southern Ry. Co., in Miss., will be pleas ed to give' full in-: formation regarding fares, etc., or write H. D. Junes, Jr., A. G. P. A., . Columbus, Miss, For Sale. Good location for physician, best section of the Y. Ä M. V. -Delta, two bouses sod lots, splendid horse, auto mobile, office, thorough outfit consisting of surgical instruments, drugs and of fice furniture. Cash collections last year totaled $4750. Reason for leaving, going to specialize. Apply to A. at this office. Drink PLEZOL the new drink. It is Healthful and Invigorating. y Ton Nervous? I Makes you nervous? It Is the weakness of your constitution, which cannot stand the strain of flu I ted work yon da As a result, you break down, and ruin your entire nervous system. Dont keep this upt Take Cardui, die woman's tonic Cardui is made from purely vegetable Ingredients. It acts gently on the womanly organs, k and helps them to do their proper work. It relieves pain and restores health, in a natural manner, by going to the I source of die trouble and building up the bodily strength. The Womarï$Tonîc Mrs. Grace Fortner, of Man, W. Va., took CaiduL This is what she says about it: **I was so weak and nervous, I could not bear to have anyone near me I had fainting spells, and I lost flesh every day. The first dose of Cardui helped me. Now, I am entirely cured of the fainting spells, and 1 cannot say enough for Cardui, for I know it saved my life." It is the best tonic for women. Do you suffer from any of the pains peculiar to women? Take Cardui. U will help you. Ask your druggist Write to.- Ladle«* Advisory Dept, Chattanooga Medicine Cb.. Chattaaooca. Ttn., mtot laitrmMont. and ««-page booh. "Home Treatment lor Women." »eat tree. J SO » a ♦ » »■f t*» «». « 4« » - » « » ■ ► G P. ELLIOTT ■ * ► ' ► Cotton Factor ■ * f Liberal Advances on Consigned Cotton. ■ • Ask those who have entrusted their business to me. 44 t ' Main Street, GREENWOOD, MISS. ,, G. A. Wilson, Jr. GREENWOOD, MISS. Cotton Factor and Commission Merchant *■ LiberaI Advances, Careful Atten tion , Prompt Sales. I DO NOT BUY COTTON jB W K ai WOT W H ahag iB WW w ia siB WN iaaa tt » H. F. McSHANE ! ; £. R. McSHANE McSHANE COTTON CO. COTTON FACTORS i AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ij 1 I ► Greenwood. Mississippi. ; , * * We are Prepared to do a General Advancing and ; ? I Supply Business. ] » ' LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGNED COTTON. : -, < » 9 MMM JjANTED-A RIDER AGENT l*J EACH TOWd and district to ride and exhibit a sample Latest Model J Hangar*' bicycle furnished by us. Our agents everywhere are maluag mouey fast- /ull particular, and a facial mftr mtomet. SO MONET REQUIRED until you receive and approve of your M bicycle. We ship to anyone anywhere In the U. 8. »<>*•«. m nx i.ro,u M in Advance,, frepay friiihi, and allow TEH DAYS'FREE TRIAL during II which time you may ride the bicycle and put it to any test you wish. U If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the <■ tu cycle ship It back to us at our expense and *•« teilt mot i. r. z9 FACTORY PRICES " ® furnish the highest grade bicycles it la Sm 1 f V." * 1 possible to make at one small proUt at«vo -Jjm ? ctu *l factory cost. You saveSK» to S2ô middlemen's profits br huy i'AM Ing airectof us and have the manufacturer's guarantee behind your «'■bicycle. DO NOT BU V a bicycle or a pair of tires from at », sriw untU you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factarj : 111 WILL RF KTAlKHFII »l>™ run retire o, t rbP«ntlMI UW nihk Si HD I VNIOIIKIP andiitudjroursaperbmodelsattb« tr.nut.r~ '/»If* Into price$ we can m e k e you tale y e ar . W# aell the hiebest grade blcrclen f,,r . less rtoney tbanany other factory. Wearesatlsfled with «1.00 profit abore factory < o-t. *****-■"•. T»o can aeU our bicycle« under your own name plate at double our prices. Orders filled the do y received. SECOND HAND BICYCLES. ; \! P i y ___ , . W« do not nriluly hudhiwrail hand Meycl«. but ornliy . a . te t 1 * 1 ?* In trpd c by our Cbloago retail ■ton«. These we clear out promptly at pricua » Sitri? be*crlpU»o bargain Itate mailed free. CÜâS TER-BRAITFS. •*■**• w*»««la. Imported roller ehalne and pedals, parta, re[«lra aad * ™ "aaea , equipment of aU ktademthalf the regular retail prim. 00 Hedgethorn Puncture-Proof S Æ Self-healing Tires 4 The regular retail prlttofth.it tint IS tlO.COper pair , hut to introduit ^M Jill? itll ,c:, a sample pair for U.SOitath with order tt .SS.Q R9 MORE TR0IBLE FROM PIRCTVRES 10 80 1 sSS; NAILS. Tacbs, or Class will not let the air out. A hundred thousand pairs sold last year. ■ DESORtPTfOTia Made in all sizes. itq UMWfW-ffum i 3 itrely and easy f rld'.rur, very durable and lined inside with 1 a special quality of rubber, which never be- ' comes poroua and which closes up small -punctures without allowing the air to escape. We have hundreds of letters from satisfied customers statin« tba t their tires have on Iy been pumped np once or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than an ordinary tire, U»e puncture resisting qualities being __ given by several layers of thin, specially prepared W Mrs w dll oi rtipst pny othar Tahncon the tread.. The regular price of these tires If KStfST.L IL * , " C h *HM0 ter P|in bat for advertising purposes we are ■ RAEY RIDINO. ma king a spe cie factoryprire to the rider of only »4 90 per pair. All orders shipped same day letter-is received. We ship C. O D. on approval. You do not pay a cent uutil you have examined and found them strictly as represented. (thw eby waking the price OSJSS par pair) if yon nad PULL CASH î in. eaclo .« t*ila ad vertlw yt. Yon run no risk in sending na an order a. the tires r-.-.y in .etiimm atvmoyuae U for any reason they are not asttetbetory on examination. Weare nerfectir reliai, ie sad meocyaent to m tear rafs aa las bank. If yon order a pair or tbeee tires, yon will find that tliey'wui ride taeler. ern faster, wemr totter, last IonseraDd look Snor than nay tire yon baeieverneed orieen atl«T pn, ! F " ^ X °" *' V « " Tour order. We want ft OU MEED ■— «VOe—«vvbiek dauern**and -ÎS^aiV^: . DO MOT WAtTîSirSS^S^ri A, / JRotleo the thick rubber tread "A"SNd puncture strips "B" "D" alec rim atrip "H" te p r c v c Nt rim cutting. This and RO • blcycte or » poir of in«. w. v ARY, CHICAGO, ILL.