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Th * 1 Commonwealth.
J. L. GILLESPIE, Low
SUBW'KimON $
Entered at tV Gr
otto* an Hi comi
Ottcial Pap* r of
Ix»ng Distance GiJn.ii Phe
, May 17
GKKKNW'siIj Ml:
mi: state: convention.
Tim Vardaman steam r, .lier mai
absolute control of tin Stat
and named all of
tin
VCIltlOfl,
Presidt ntial Electors, the Alt» r
natc I >» b / it» and tlx S t» i
mmittee. The unit rule
del-L'fi'.i
ecutiv I
to
j .«-1 to the
was a]
the Nat '.nal c
in; indor
re fe
initiativ»
nation I' •
a red in favor
recall; d
,1
dum ai
of the repeal of the fifteenth arid
modification of fourteenth amond
indorsed proposition
'
merits;
make Presidential term six >
and prohibiting tlx- President
Ir>
election; favored tie par- - I- n
bill, and demanded that tlx- ;;ov
ernment assume absolute eliarg»
of lev» eing and use other me.up
to prevent Mississippi river II,'
flows. John I. Hebron wa- t
chairman, and the entire procei
mgs was a veritable pienx partv
for thi
"white chief" Mos- of tie State.
The Commonwealth d -es not be
grudge them tin apparent fun
they are having over their - om-j
plele victory; h t them » aiov -t to
tin ir h» -nt ' - ont» nt it
the first time the people of a
went daffy on new-fangled politi
cal fakes and isms, and in a few
years enough of them will return
to sanity and reason sufficiently,
to replace Mississippi in tlx col
umn of statesmanship, a position
she occupied for so many years in
the |iast. Time will eventually
right all things, and politics is no
exception to the rule.
hc
(mV*
The campaign for new member
of Greenwood Business Li-xgue
is going good. In two hours la i
week the committee secured tlu-j
enrollment of •<: nam» s as new
members. It is proposed to in
crease the membership to 500 at
an early date, and inaugurate aui
extensive advertising campaign of
our resources all over the coun
try. Every good citizen should
co-operate in this movement.
The Retail Merchants Associa
tion will convene in annual ses
sion in Greenwood next Tuesday.
Three days will be devoted to dis
posing of the business of the As
sociation, and the various local
committees have arranged a splen
did program of entertainment for
tlie visitors during their stay
here. The city will be literally
turned over to them.
The State Bar Association met
in Jackson last week and adjourn
ed to meet in Greenwood next
May. Greenwood appreciates the
honor of having the opportunity
of entertaining this large and dis
tinguished body of gentlemen,
and that she will do it in a most
royal manner goes without saying.
The staunch and wide-awake
jewelry firm of A, Weiler & Co.,
of this city, is arranging to open
a branch house at Clarksdnle.
This makes three branch houses
being operated by Messrs. Weiler
A- Co.,, and their establishment in
Greenwood is not only the
pride of this city but of the State.
Circuit Clerk J. B Humphreys
went to Stafford's Springs, the
first of the week, where he will
spend a few weeks
his failing health,
companied by Dr. D. S. Humph
reys and Capt. S. L. Gwin, who
returned home fuesdav.
recuperating
He was uc
Messrs. Rowan Thayi'r and Geo.
A. Wilson, Jr., have been
vassing in the interest n
County Fair,
terested and so far have respond
ed very liberally. By all means
let's carry this project through.
can
( hir people are iu
Hon. O. G. Johnston defeated
Hon. J. L. Haley for delegate to
the National convention from this
district, but the State convention
made Mr, Haley an alternate dele
gate and a member of the State
executive committee.
Champ Clark and Teddy Rouse
running away with their
opponents, ami it looks like both
will be the nominees of their
pective political parties.
veil are
res
The cold wave this week has
been damaging to cotton and all
kinds of vegetation.
Be a booster and join the Busi
ness League.
Hons. A. F. Gardner and \V. s.
Hill attended court at Vaiden this
week.
Hon. Firman Smith visited Ox
ford friends the first of the week.
Mrs. R. 8. Schlater was down
from Schlater yesterday.
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f r"**.
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Mm.
HON. C. H. ALEXANDER.
is a splendid picture
j of lion. C H Alexander
'II.
, of Jael
the strei
m on
I
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;
,
he text left the
at the 1
ition
Jam.I
win
himself had I.
in
! - on the delegates
to
•ention. In hi 1
the National coin
death the State ha
ablest and p
<■ *. its
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hv to his family
i syrnp
m i
■at bereavement
.Judj/i* Monroe Mcflurg, W
I Whittington, A. F. (iurdner
jK. V. Follard were J '
M. i
md
Visit
Mar
lor- last week
attending the
! Association and Federal court.
TRUSTER'S
ALK.
P ■
uni;t to tho pow.-t
is the tr
tliM.
Hill
deed of tn
it executed by
j
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l'.d'J,
of ti in
d J. . d of !
o. to rn<
is tru
the 21st
1. at page 14. of th.* U»-» »»ni
Mortgai
I Deeds of Trust oil Lands of L **-1
oui ty. M . ippi, I. .I II. Hoi
flu
I
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»I- D tu la-'-k. -
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,f a 1 '

aid Greer
, .
. a . aP„ h
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ay of th. H:,:,■> Rucke, Rau
'• *• •H' 1 ""- 1,1
■i ti
tee. as afor, -aid. will.
, the
I dm
f .lane,
, Mond
»I
red h
I. default hm
>f said
the
;ii'l"l>t< ilfi*
pay rm-nt
am
in
at I
tint!, («• the ingl
bldd» r fnr
th
at th«
L<*floi
T ,
sippt.
i>ed in
prnjHTi v
said d«***fi of trust, to
From the north«
Additw
ning south 1 d
50 r«»et to a stak«* in the middl
ditch, ns a point of beginning, the
south 1 degree, 10
th«* east boundary of the
Addition 280 f«*et. to the nortli
he Greer
st co
run
ve. lu m
ast
IK
,f
the public road, thence
gives. 40 minute«,
Hide of the »aid public
read, 325 le,,».
thence KOUtll r, degree-,
west, :
right ,,
feet to the north side
r<
. ul
Y the said right of
Utes,
455 f ••«• t. thence
WH
along til- miik", • f »aid d.irt, non,, 72
l| feet, thence
west 425 feet,
. a eat. 154 feet.
.„■Ill »; d
ak
minutes, eu-t, ;
eet to li
!
ti,"
Idle of the aforesaid ditch, tlienci
I I dr
north *8 1 I degrees
tlienco north 70 ,l> gr,
to the point of begil
conta
situated in lot 5, of Sectio.. ....
Rattle 1, Wi st, in Leflore County, .Mis
SIHHIppl.
Witness rm bund, this Brel dnv
.f j
May, A. 1). ml
.1 NO. ii. 1IOI,ROMAN.
NOTICE
IF
COMMISSIONER'S
SALE.
By virtuiv of the I
vr and authori
ty conferred upon me ns special com*
ree of the
mis
court of Leii-uv
chancen
umy, Mi
■h Term, 1912,
.h day of March,
on the
;,ippi
enden d at the M
:
said court, on tie
1912, in ci
43(
',■ mi
( »enenil I >» >ck* t < ■
ud court,
pliiintiir und F.
Ian ta, s
• I Du»k numiiered ft,
t. L A. R.
wherein j
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1 '' 1 .,7, "',' 1 ,7 : "j" ■'
th I n " \ 1 V 1 ' "t .l 11 l,Mt
s m, , m" U ' wn
of ScnlatiT. Lefior«* county, Mi •-i.»-ip*
pi. Bftitl Addition being in Section ÎU,
T. 21. R. 1 VV.. in t<aid county. !
Witness my hand, tliis the* 2<>th day
of April, A. b.. 1912.

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appearing in Minn
at page 129, of
ald c
Hew. II«
M'Uidin III,- ii-'l On
,
V . ! ' y date ol M. A. Mil
. -ry i'i.'irt of
""„"ly, Mi--: ■ 1 1 . ; ■ on tie 2 oh
ii„> id Mardi, A. D 1912, and h»'.,
qualified ns «udi :ni,;imi 11 it,,r :i, • ,.r,l
mg tn lau . "'-V. tl>,'i OT". notic i
" " ' fli'en tfini nil î -n„„. having
claims against said estate should have
the same probnl-d ai d registered v. th
in one year from tin date, or the
same, will be barred.
May 3, 1912.
A. K. BEW,
Siiecial Commissioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Whereas, I was duly iq,|«iint.„l
an
mmistrat
AI
LUFKIN,
Administrai, ir, f the Estate of M. A
Miller, decc
,i.
.
_ ... , ' ' T ' ippi.
In (.iKirge rivvp.oi, wtins,, office is ■
SUMMONS IN J. I*. COURT
You an*luMviiy comfrmrMU'd Rmpti'ur'
before the court of y. I Johnso n, a
. uHtiuo ol : 1 m I < • • ■ 1 » • -i r m • î. I iir*M*
•'t ,l "' 1 ' • '■' " "" m ■■>"' 'tat. .
at my office m tn. t rt y ,,f i, , .-nword,
in said County and State, on Thursday,
the 6th day of June, A. D. 1912, to de- !
fend the suit
Lumber Company, wherein you are d».
j
-aid court of the Delta:
This 9th day of Mav, A. D. 1912.
W. *:. JOHNSTON,
J -i-lice of the Peace.
-, _ .. -a»«"
Ihe Commonwealth, $1.50. ;
TU K CHARTER OF INCORPORA
; OF THE DELTA INSUR
ANCE AND REALTY
TK
AGENCY.
•orate title of *akl com
f1 La insurance an<l Realty
The name * of the incorporators
The
Harry , [s.stoffiee, Greenwood,
Mi*.
St»- ie, pontoffice, Gre«*n
:e, Greenwood,
*H|.
T H. Raird, pwtto
po*toffice, Shell
V. RI.
Mound
itoffice, Shell
VVini
M. - , -.
Mojo
'PI
Wingfield, postoffice, Shell
jAoatoffice, Greenwood,
y$, Jr., postoffice,
jAOHtoffiee. Green
R.
.NT
d, M
!..
fjwin,
M
Humph
-«cl, M,s.d*
o*l. .Mis
TV", postoffice, Greenwood,
.1. II. Luca», postoffice, Green*
I. Mississippi.
teHe, postoflice, Greenwood,
. Mont joy, Jr., po«toffice, Green
isKippi.
.* WY, I n h , pos to fîi ce , f »
T, F.
Ml
W. T. !
jod. MifiHiMippi.
>. The domicile is at Greenwood, in
* County, Mississippi.
J. Amount of capital stock Thirty
rhousand Dollars ($30,000.00).
5. The pi
een
L"l!
lu>- of share* is fifty
i. The period of existence is fifty
ars.
t is créât
The purpose
: To conduct a general insurance
isiri- s-,; tn act as the general,
• i-,--, -il agent of any-me or r.ore
•nt, fire, tornado, fidel
lif**, health
ity, guaranty. induntrial, live .stock, or
inauranee company; to acquire,
sell anti otherwise deal in per
'<f.;tl property, bonds, notes, and other
of debt, choses in action, and
.tl
o
ecurities; to act as the agent or brok
r for any person or corporation in
anti in the purchase,
f real and personal prop
•rtv of every kind and description,
: k bom I.- , notes, mortgages, deeds
of trust and other evidences of debt
and chose:-» in action and securities and
to receive compensation therefor; to
ecurity therefor;
and all things prop
■ f ly pertaining or incident to the afore
e
n«*pRiatmg loi
st
lu m
Hid huHim*ss
At any time after two thousand doi
Jars has been subscribed the said cor*
poration may organize at a first meet*
mg to he called for that purpose by a
writing of the time and place
of said meeting mailed or delivered by
one of the above named incorporators
to « ach subscriber at least five days be
ton- the time designated for said meet
ing. and may thereafter begin business
when th** said sum of two thousand dol
lars has been paid in to said corpora
notice in
Tie- -aid corporation may by its by
law-., . number and tenure of of
!".. tie d, 1 -",-tors thereof and the
..
. f thé but',,;'".-* and affairs of said I
atom -hall be vested in the board
- to. ■ who may except in instan
. . - w le IV otherwise provided bv law or
hv ll." hv law- of said corporation, ex
. all"',I' the rights and power* of said
' -iI"..MS fully and completely as
mi,'nt th, stock-holders thereof.
•I io- board of directors shall elect
... number the president of said
..",ral om and tnav elect one or more
:;.e'r,?;;,W L„«l atnluS who need 1 not
I« a fhréeior or stock-holder, All o.ffi- j
«ÏÏ hoi!, office at t Tif, WÏ '
subject to removal with or without ;
b y- thK board of directors or the ,
I
oi <Jir*
stock-holders.
Clmpter 24, Mipiiéipp, Code, 19m;. and
tile law* amendatory thereof or supple
t»rv thereto.
W. S. BARRY,
SHELBY S. STEELE,
BEN G. HUMPHREYS, JR„
GID MONTJOY, JR.,
J. II, LUCAS,
T. II. BAIRD,
T. F. STEELE.
W. S. MARYE,
S. I„ GWIN,
W. T. LOGGINS,
O. F. BLEDSOE, JR.
W. S WINGFIELD,
K. S. WINGFIELD,
CALHOUN WILSON,
Incorporators.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT.
.State of MiwiisBippi, I
County of Leflore, f
Thin i
me, tlie
for the City of Greenwood, in the coun
aforenaid, the above
lay iiersonally appeared before
undersigned authority in and
ty and State
named W. S. Barry. Shelby S. Steele,
S. !.. Gwin, T. H Baird, (J. F. Hied
(,<*,, Jr,. K. S. Wingfield, W. S. Wing
field, Ben Humphrey*, Jr., Calhoon
Wilson, W. S. Marye, Dr. J, II. Luca*,
■>■ 1 steme. cm rfoitjoy, j r . mmi w.
T. I.oggin*. Incorporator* of the cor
itoiation known as The Delta Insurance
«ml Realty Agency, who acknowledged
that they signed and executed the above
and foregoing articles of incorporation
as their act and deed, on this the 8th
. Ui10
1 1', »«• parqhnq
P *
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NOTICE TO TAX BAYERS.
Notice 1» hereby given of the inten
tion of the Board ot Supervisor« of Le
flore County, Mum . at it* next regular
meeting or the f,--t of Monday in June,
A, I». 1912, to borrow $25,000.00 from
the Bank of Leflore of Greenwood, Mia
t, «ipps, for Gl* purpoe« of paying the
,.*i..of the county, other than the
,,x|„-næ of l hf Judiciary, and to i»»ue
if., r ,-fv, r u loan warrant, payable to
,i,d bank, on the 1st day of January,
[ ( ]913, ta-anng interest at the rate
.,{<;- , rt , r annum. '
(,,v,ti under my hand and official seal
thi* the 7th day of May, A. D. 1912.
A. K. BEW, Clerk.
MiTK.'E TO PAINT MA.NUFACTUR
ERS.
'I he Board of Supervisors of Leflore
County, Mi*»., will receive sealed bid*
on the first Monday in June, 1912, for
ten barrel* of root paint for painting
py. rt House roof ami tne iron
bridge« of »aid county. Bids are re
quir'd to be filer! before the hour of
boon on said dato,
Givdn under my hand and official seal
thi« 7th day of May, A. I). 1912.
/t. R. BÉW, Clerk,
for Owens' Wells Waler
Phone 627; we have the agency
and can fill your wants. City Gro
eery Co., Ill West Market St.
J* W. Schram, of Clarksdale,
s^eut last Sunday in the city,
TRUSTEE S SALE.
Pursuant to the power conferred up
ssmmÉ
Hill Veneer Co., R. H. Enoch, and Mrs. |
E. Hill, to the said J. H. Ellington, an
trustee for the benefit of the Delta
Rank, of Greenwood, Mississippi,
the 28th day of February, 1908, and
recorded in book 1, at page 576, of the
Record* of Mortgages & Deeds of Trust
on Lands of I a- flore county, Mississippi,
I. Edward Loggins, as substituted
trustee, as aforesaid, my appointment
in writing as such substituted trustee
being duly recorded in book 6, at page
492, of the said records, will, on Mon-
day, the 27tti day of May, 1912, within
I "gal hours, at tie- request of the said
Delta Rank, the beneficiary named in
said deed of trust and the owner and
holder of the indebtedness secured by ,
-aid deed of tn.-t, default having been J
made in the payment of said indebted- (
ness, and in order to pay the same, sell, j
at public auction, to the highest bidder I
for cash, at the south door of the court
house of Leflore county, Mississippi,
in the city of Greenwood, the follow
ing described property described in and
conveyed by said deed of trust, to-wit: ;
That certain tract or parcel of land :
„ear the town of i tta Rena, Leflore
county, Mississippi, known as the site '
of the plant of the Hill Veneer Com
panv, more particularly described as.
Reginnirig at tie print in the middle of j
a ditch which is south 1 degree, 10
minutes, east, 50 feet from the north
west corner of the Greer Addition to
said town of Inn Rena, running thence
south 1 degree lb minutes, east, along]
the east boundary of the said Greer
Addition 280 feet, to the north side of
the public road, thence south 88 degrees,
40 minutes, east, along the north side
of said public road 325 feet, thence
south 6 degrees, 20 minutes, west, 35 i
feet, to the north side of the right of
way of the Haley Rucker Railroad,
thence south S3 degrees, 40 minutes,
east, along the said ri
feet, thence north 6 degrees, 20 minutes,
east, 275 feet to a stake in the mid
dle of the aforesaid ditch, thence along
said ditch north 72 1-4 degrees, west,
259 feet, thence north, 88 1-4 degrees
west, 425 feet, thence north, 70 de
grees west, 151 feet to the said point
of beginning, containing five acres in
Legal Subdivision Lot 5, of Section 20,
Township 19, Range 1, West; also
All of the buildings, machinery, tools,
implements, utensils, engines, boilers,
fixtures ami appliances now on said
premises or used in or about the busi
ness conducted thereon 6r in connection
therewith.
Witness my hand, this the 3rd day
of May, A. D.. 1912.
of way 455
EDWARD LOGGINS,
Substituted Trustee.
TRUSTER'S SALE.
Pursuant to the power conferred upon
me, as the trustee substituted by ap
pointment in the place and stead of J.
H. Ellington, the trustee named in that
certain deed of trust executed bv R. H.
Enoch to the said J. H. Ellington, as
trustee for the benefit of the Delta
""UéV^Ti 1 M 'f la r s 'P pi - ° n
I *!»• I . iecor ; J ' s "«««¥" ami
1 . ru f t ?" K eflore - C " Unty '
? » ?• L,Jwan f i lo S£ n3 ' as * ub ? t ?'
tute f trustee as aforesaid, my appoint
me"t >n wnt.ng as such substituted
^ , u] l rec ?. rded "> book 6,
'm£w' ,°m fc* 1 Tm " Z '
on Monday the 27th day of May, 912
^ ° f
a u'f ^ nefi , clar >'
rSndlVt
f v * f h trust - ,le '
j f Tsaid iÄdness and in" HeT
' [>X h "h Ä X ,,UbliC h
; h< éuth ,Uor of th! court house of Le
, flore count Mississippi, in the city of
I Greenwood, the following described
A
ly
•nt
to
as«::?: by
JîtS "iS™, °L£!
county, Mississippi, known as the site
of the [ilant of the Hill Veneer Com
pany, more particularly described as,
Beginning at the point in the middle of
a ditch which is south 1 degree, to min
utes, east, 50 feet, from the north-west
corner of the Greer Addition to said
town of Itta Bena, running thence
south 1 degree, 10 minutes, east, along
the east boundary of the said Greer
Addition 280 feet to the noi-th side of
the public road, thence south 83 de
grees, 40 minutes, east, along the north
side of said public road 325 feet, thence
south, 6 degrees, 20 minutes, west, 36
feet to the north side of the right of
way of the Haley-Rucker Railroad,
thence south 83 degrees, 40 minutes,
east, along the said right of way 455
feet, thence north 6 degrees, 20 min
utes, east, 275 feet to a stake in the
middle of the aforesaid ditch, thence
along said ditch north 72] degrees, west,
259 feet, thence north 881 degrees, west,
425 feet, thence north 70 degrees, west,
154 feet to the said point of beginning,
containing five acres in Legal Subdivis
ion Lot 5, of Section 20, Township 19, j
Range 1, West; also
All of the buildings, machinery, tools, ( ,
implements, utensils, engines, boilers! 1
fixtures and appliances now on said
premises or used in or about the t usi
ne«« conducted thereon or in connection
therewith.
Witness my hand, this the 3rd day of
May, A. 1)., 1912.
EDWARD LOGGINS,
Substituted Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SAI.E.
Pursuant to the power and authority
conferred upon me, a« the trustee sub
stituted by appointment in the place
and stead of J. H. Ellington, the trus
tee named in that Certain deed of trust
executed by Hill Veneer Co.. Mrs. Elsie
Hill, and R.
Ellington, as trustee, for the benefit of
the Delta Bank, of Greenwood, Missis
sippi, on the 19th day of November,
1906, and recorded in book 41, at page
37, of the Records of Mortgages and
Deeds of Trust on Lands of Leflore
county, Mississippi, I, Edward Loggins,
as substituted trustee, as aforesaid,
appointment in writing as such substi
tuted truste»! being duly recorded in
book 6, at page 492, of the said records,
will, on Monday, the 27th day of May,
1912, within legal hours, at the request
of the said Delta Bank, the beneficiary
named in said deed of trust and the
owner and holder of the indebtedness
secured by said deed of trust, default
having Iven made in the payment of
said indebtedness, and in order to pay
the same, sell, at public auction, to the '
highest bidder for cash, at the south
tool the courthouse of Leflore coun- !
wotrtl'the'foflowInftoiescriL'd^property :
described in and conveyed by said deed ;
of trust, to-wit;
That plat of land near the town of I
Itta Bena, Leflore county, Mississippi, î
and known as the site of the plant of i
the Hill Veneer (Company, and all of the I
buildings, machinery, and fixtures and
appurtenances pertaining to the plant !
of said Hill Veneer Co.
Substituted Trustee.
H. Enoch, to the said J. H.
my
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BIRD DOGS FOR SALE— I have three
thorough-bred pointer puopies, one
month old. Two males anil one female.
Price $10 each. If you are interested call
and make your choice. A. W. Evans,
North Greenwood, Phone 529.
FOR RENT—One 5-room bungalow,
Congress Heights; also one two-story
10-room residence on Williamson street,
with hot and cold water, bath-room
fitted up. Apply to Delta Lumber Co.
FOR SALE.—Stylish driving and sad
dle mare, 4 years old; buggy and har
ness; price reasonable. Apply to Arthur
Scates, at The Kandy Kitchen.
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FOR SALE - Good Piano, made My the
Baldwin Co., used less than (» months,
A bargain, apply at this office.
FOR SALE —Carriage, in good shape;
cheap for cash. C. L. Esper, Phone
117, Greenwood.
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FOR RENT—New five-room cottage in
Congress Heights. Apply to Dr. W. T.
Johnson.
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FOR RENT—Two office rooms in the
Weiler building. Apply to Dr. VV. T.
Johnson.
POSTED NOTICES—Planters who
wish to post their lands against hun
ters, peddlers and agents, can get nice
ly printed cards at this office.
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STORE HOUSE FOR RENT.
The big storehouse formerly oc
cupied by T. J. Phillips plumbing
establishment on Main street next
door to Hyman-Lewis Co., is for
rent. Apply to J. D. Attlesey, No.
323 Main street, City.
for Owens' Wells Water
Phone 627 ; we have the agency
anc J can fj|| y our wants. City Gl'O
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Residence For Säte.
My two story residence in Gingroaa
Heights is for sale. Very little cash
needed from ritrht party to mako pur
chase. Lot, 100 x 187}. House built
1910, has all modern conveniences, nice
ly finished inside, closets in each bed
room. Bath room conveniently located.
Ixarge, comfortable bedrooms, dining
room and library. Anyone wishing to
inspect this property with view of buy
ing, will notify
Will be glad to show them.
at Leflore Gro. Co.
T. H. DENNIS.
WANTED—Old Feathers. We
pay the highest cash prices for
same. St. Louis Hide & Fur Co.,
117 Johnson St.; Phone 269.
MONEY TO LOAN
On long time, on improved
farming lands, at 7 per
cent. Apply to : : :
GARDNER & WHITTINGTON,
GREENWOOD, MISS.
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»0 L D BY ALL DRUGGISTS
7iuKb EVERYWHERE
Md Second-Hand tn.
chinery,
Money to Loan.
We have some clients who desire to
loan money on farm property—regard
less of the boll weevil.
For terms apply to
POLLARD & HAMNER, Attys.
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Delta Machine Works!
Greenwood, IYliss.
General Contract Shop.
chinery.
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WHOLESALE GROCERS.
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OUR SPECIALTIES:
Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Bagging ill
Office: Opposite Y. & M. V. Depot.
VV aiehouses: On Southern and Y. & M. V. Tracks)
GREENWOOD. MISS.
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W. T. JOHNSON,
Vice-President.
A. F. GARDNER,
President.
0. L. RAY,
Bank of LeFlose
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GREENWOOD, MISS.
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*30,000.
CAPITAL
SURPLUS
ALL EMPLOYEES OF THIS BANK ARE BONDED
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STATE OF MISSISSIPPI DEPOSITORY.
YA7.O0-MISSISSIPPI DELTA LEVEE BOARD DEPOSITOR!,
DIRECTORS :
A. F. Gardner, A. Davidson, H. L. Walton, 8. L. Brister, B. L. Y»»>i
W T Johnson, W A Swift, J Kantrovitz, 8 C Lenoir, A Weiler, W T Fourbi»
Harry Reiman and Robert Herman,
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M. M. BARDWELL, V-Pres.
P. W. PARSONS, Asst Cashier
W. R. HUMPHREY, Pres.
W. T, LOGGIN8, Cashier
DELTA BANK
Capital and Surplus, $260,000.00
STATE DEPOSITORY
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G. P. ELLIOTT
Cotton Factor
Liberal Advances on Consigned Cotton.
Ask those who have entrusted their
business to me.
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Main Street,
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BEN FRIEDMAN, Propr.
Wholesale Shippers and Importers
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
MEMPHIS, TENIN.
L. D. Phone 1966.
352 Main Street.
Place Your Orders Wlih Us. Satisfaction Guarai

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