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Baking Powder Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powdermade from Royal Orapetream of Tartar a m m JA F/i v 0 IS I Qualities /j Food. Hon. H. L. Walton and family were down from Sunny Side Mon * ■ (lay. W. P. Hosier, of Indianola, has been in the city this week on bus iness. Mrs. W. W. Ellis and son, Wal lace Gillespie, spent Tuesday in the city. Mrs. M. V. Jones, of Highlan dale, was in the city on business Tuesday. Miss Sadie Webb, of Jackson, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. DeLoach the first of the week. A. O. Peterson and E. N. Kear ney, of near Money, were in the city on business the first of the week. Mayor and Mrs. G. L. Ray at tended the Montgomery-Gibson marriage at Paducah, Ky., last Sunday. J. D. McLemore, of Itta Bena, and R. W. Baird, of Fort Loring, were here on business the first of the week. Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Hamilton and bright little son, of Shell mound, were in the city on Friday of last week. Mrs. J. F. Crowell and Miss Emma Morris, of Itta Bena, were in the city Wednesday and honor ed The Commonwealth with a pleasant call. fU w t * i t f t mm 1 ( ft ! t i 1 laç is WM\ \ w t > î » in® # n 4 t D c nWm t * t * w / 59 t t t 7 t t Mail Orders Always Have Especial Attention t t 5 A. WEILER & CO. t * THE RELIABLE JEWELERS t We discount all Jewelers Catalogue Prices 10 per cent. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Busam are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a daughter at their home this morning at 4 o'clock. Rev. W. Bristow Gray will preach at Presbyterian Church Sunday at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Come and enjoy the services. Good music. J. A. Nations, who is engaged in the construction of a big drain age canal near Doddsville, made The Commonwealth an appreciat ed call while in the city Tuesday. Hon. Myrant Adams, Deputy State Revenue Agent, of Jackson, was in the city on business Mon day, and made The Common wealth a very pleasant call while here. Mr. J. H. Alford, an old and highly respected citizen of Itta Bena, dropped dead in that place Wednesday afternoon. We ex tend sympathy to the bereaved family. Mrs. Sallie Walton Hoskins is guest of Mrs. Moitié Walton Wynn, before going to Greenwood to spend thewinter with herdaughter, Mrs. Sallie Hoskins Humphreys. —Lexington Advertiser. There is only one thing that well-to-do people cannot buy, and that is photographs of their friends. Have some of yours made up for Christmas gifts. No thing will give more pleasure and it will be so easy for you. Mrs. Spurrier, maker of Quality Photo graphs. I The reception at the manse, the hospitable home of Dr. and Mrs. (Joseph Rennie, given by the Earn ( est Workers at the Presbyterian (church, on last Friday evening, was one of the most pleasant so cial functions in the history of our city. This beautiful home was made jnore attractive for this oc casion by cut flowers and ferns placed by lovely hands. Dr. and Mrs. Rennie were radiantly happy when they stood in the large liv ing room and welcomed their guests to the home. The Earnest Workers were busy everywhere seeing that everyone had a good time. A delightful musical pro gram was thoroughly enjoyed. Dainty sandwiches, tea and coffee were served in the dining room. The guests were refreshed by de licious punch, thus ending a most enjoyable evening, On last Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Charlton Dunn entertained a few of her friends in her usual charm ing manner, complimenting Mrs. Guy Trotter and Miss Mary Moun ger of Natchez. Bridge and rook were the games enjoyed, after which the hostess served a most tempting two-course lunch. Mrs. Riley Ely, of Itta Bena, captured the prize in bridge,and Mrs.Trotter and Miss Mounger were present ed with pretty souvenirs. A most pleasant afternoon was too soon spent. The Earnest Workers will give their sale of cakes, candies, pot flowers and fancy work, at the old Stein book store, on Wednes day, Nov. 27th, beginning at 10 a. m. Nothing will besold before the opening of the sale, and everybody will haVe a chance to select from the large quantity of nice things offered. The Jewish Ladies Aid Society will have a Bazaar, Cake and Candy Sale, Friday, Dec. 6th, at Leon Stein's old stand. Union Thanksgiving Services at Presbyterian church at 11 a.m. Sermon by Dr. C. V. Edwards. Everybody come. JUST RECEIVED Fresh Shipments of Huyler's Whitman's Nunnally's Lowney's Candies Home Made Pecan and Chocolate Nut Fudge made fresh every morning. SCATES BROS. The Elks have moved into the upstairs of the Stein hotel build ing, on Howard street, where they will be domiciled until the new home is erected. H. L. Walden & Co., have the contract for con structing the new home, and will begin work on the building at once. It will be one of the hand somest structures of the kind in the State. Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Phillips and Mrs. D. W. Bell have returned from cheering the convalescent hours of Mrs. Hughes Smith in Greenwood. Mrs. Smith will visit her parents at an early date and join her little ones who have pre ceded her.—Lexington Adver tiser. L. M. Hollo well, one of- our good friends from the Deep Slough country, returned lasf Sunday from Greenwood, where he had been to visit his daughter, Miss Vera Hollowed, who is attending school there—Sumner Herald Progress. H. M. Thayer, of Greenwood, a prominent civil engineer of that city, was a visitor in Sumner last Saturday. We acknowledge a pleasant call from Mr. Thayer.— Sumner Herald-Progress. Mrs. John M. Murrin and two little daughters, of Race Track, spent Sunday in the city with Mrs Mary Clarke and family. Mr. Whitesides, of the Pontotoc Advance, spent Sunday in the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Elliott. For Ladies Coats, Suits and Dresses we receive new styles each day. Fountainsavesyou money. Mail orders receive our best care and attention. If you are not pleased with what we send you, return it promptly and get your money back. A. Weiler & Co. THANKS GIVING SUGGESTIONS Out to Dinner THURSDAY? Of course you'll wear a derby. *1 / And we hope it will be a new one. If 3 you ve been putting it off, you can get your der by today—and get it of us, for you'll find no better assort ment. THEY'LL ALL WEAR DERBYS In a few weeks the derby wearers will predominate in the streets and pub lic places. But there's no harm in getting one now if your soft hat is looking seedy. Fall WE HAVE IHE SIYLES THEY'RE GOING TO WEAR Bernsteins MEN'S WEAR OF QUALITY. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY M. T. Blount, of Blaine, was married to Mrs. Pentecost, of Pen tecost, Sunday, and stopped over in our city Monday, to visit Mr. Blount's aunt, Mrs. E. J. Arm- ! 'strong. They are both of promi-| nent families, and enjoy a wide ! acquaintance throughout the state. ! (Their many friends wish for them ! success and happiness. The charter of incorporation of the Peoples Bank, of Sidon, with a capital stock of $10,CKX>, is pub lished in this issue of The Com monwealth. The incorporators of this new banking house are: E. B. McCauley, Berry D. Brown, Dr. F. E. Barr, T. J. Niven and Henry C. Morehead, and we wish for them much success. i Robert Opp, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Crull, died at Meridian last Saturday night, and his fun eral was conducted at the Baptist church in this city Monday morn ing at 9 o'clock. His remains were taken to Helena, Ark., for interment. We sympathize with the relatives in their sad bereave ment. VISITING CARDS—Engraved orprint ed at the right prices. Send The Com monwealth your orders. Special atten tion also given to Wedding Invitations, Announcements, etc. FOR FIRST-CLASS STOVE WOOD PHONE 388 $1.50 Per Load PROMPT DELIVERY J. W. McQtiinn, Greenwood, Miss. iMLW TIME TABLE ON Southern Railway Co. In Mlsslsslpk Time of Train» at Greenwood. EAST BOUND. No. 12 loaves daily _ No. 4 leaves daily. No. 10 leaves daily. .9:16 am .7:08 pm .2:25 pm WEST-BOUND. No. 3 leaves daily. 7:26 am No 9 leaves daily No. 11 leaves daily .12:05 pm 6:05 pm BELZONl BRANCH. No. 11-17 daily lv. Greenwood.. 5:05 pm No. 3-15 daily ex Sun lv G'wood 7:25 am 7:30 pm 11:46 am No. 11-17 arrive Belzoni No. 3-15 arrive Belzoni. WEBB BRANCH. No. 71-18daily exSunlvG'wood2;26 pm No. 47-24 Sun only lv G'wood ,5:00 pm Webb . 6:15 pm .8:00 pm Pullman Drawing Room Buffet Sleep ing Cars, routed through between Bir mingham and Greenville, are operated on trains Nos. 11 and 12. No. 71-18 arrive No. 47-24 arrive Webb W. K. GRAHAM, Local Agent. C. RUDOLPH, Oen'I I'* R. V. TAYLOR, r Agent, HT. LOUIS, MO. 'I Mgr.. MOBILE, ALA. V. IWt and O <tl * iO-fl 7 F U II ' COPYRlftHf r (I 'li In Honor of Thanksgiving Day dinner you ever ate will be this Restaurant. The best the finest served at turkeys the market affords and all the other delicacies, including the good old fashioned mince and pumpkin pies. Our cuisine and service cannot be sur passed and our patrons can feel assured of a delightful, luscious meal served amid the most pleasant surroundings. THE NEW BON TON CAFE JOHN ASHCRAFT LOCAL AGENT, MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of New York. 213 Market Street, Phone 640. Greenwood, Miss. & / yt Al A JC If you are skeptical about the claims we make regarding the excellent man ner in which we launder linen just send us a bundle of soiled linen and if the work is not done to your entire satis faction you need not pay for it. Quality work first, last and all the time is our aim—and we hit the mark every time. DELTA LAUNDRY SAM'L STEIN, Prop. BARGAIN for Star Soap Wrappers 'â' SEE ■4» . , /'■ y ■ > J, 1 Your Choice w of a 4 -qt. Sauce Pan or a 5 J4-qt. Preserving Kettle, in the highest grade Porcelain Enamel Ware—(either white or blue), for Only 50 Star Soap Wrappers This Porcelain Enamel Ware can be secured only by bringing your Star Soap Wrappers to IHA BOSWELL All kind, of Furniture, Stove», Shade», Matting», Rug«, Etc. 317,4 Cnrrolton Ave., Greenwood, Mi»». THIS OFFER EXPIRES JANUARY 25th, 1913. The Procter & Gamble Distributing Co. MAIL ORDER GOODS EOR ME. /. :, I HAVE beenM - Jv<wvLC % THE HOME t FOR M E S?* a>p A MAN OUGHT NOT TO BE SHOT OH PUT IN AN ASYLUM JUST BECAUSE HE OKDERS GOODS AWAY FROM HOME FROM A CATALOGUE HOUSE. HE ONLY NEEDS TO BE TAUGHT THAT HE CN BUY BETTER AND CHEAPER AT HOME. THEN THERE'S NO FREIGHT TO PAY: HE CAN SEE WHAT HE BUYS BEFORE HE PAYS OUT HIS MONEYi HE IS SURE OF GETTING RELIABLE KNOWN BRANDS OF GOODS. AND WE ARE HERE 365 DAYS A YEAR TO MAKE GOOD ON WHAT WE SAY AND SELL. HENDERSON & BAIRD HOWE. GO. GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. >u C. E. WRIGHT ICE & COAL CO Greenwood, 'PHONE 45 Mississippi New sanitary plant. Expert Foreman. SHIP TO ALL POINTS We are prepared to ship Ice Cream in any quantity over one gallon to any point out of the city for picnics, church parties or social gather ings of any kind as well as to the dealer. CITY DELIVERIES Deliveries to any part of the city promptly made, but all orders to be delivered on Sunday must roach us before 10:80 Hnnday morning. We do not deliver less than one-half gallon, though we will sell you as small a quantity as one qnart at oar plant. WE MAKE OUR OWN ICE Therefore, we do not stint when it conies to icing and packing. ICE CREAM FREEZER Our freezer freezes Ice Cream by Brine Circulation and Is a great improvement over the old style as it does the work more quickly and freezes the cream more evenly. PASTEURIZE ALL RAW MATERIAL All of oar raw material is treated by tbis process rendering It AB BOLDTKLY PORK and free from all contaminating germs. YOD ARB CORDIALLY INVITKD TO CALL AND INSPECT OCR PLANT MMBMUHHIBWWMBWMHMMWW^kWfWWBiMMMaWM WM UM W IMMBW M U W M MMUW PHONE 356 OFFICE 107 Carrollton Ave. Y. T. EGGLESTON AGENT EOR ORCHID FLOUR A PURE, SOFT WINTER WHEAT FLOUR NONE BETTER Try a Barrel. Money Refunded if not SATISFACTORY SUBSCRIBE FOR THE COMMONWEALTH. '