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.T. L. GiLLKsm, Editor and Fübusiikk OUR MOTTO: ''BE JUST AND FEAR NOT.' A Kkliablr Local Newspaper. Subscription, $1.50 Per Year GREENWOOD, LkFLOHE COUNTY. MISSISSIPPI. FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1913. VOL. XVII.— NO. 28. < TO I II k MKt -X S3 ^9 W A «ilk % SS»-: « PF HM I me inn Not only do we make the PRICES, but WE'VE GOT THE GOODS. Modern merchandising, where styles change every season, demands that each season's goods be SOLD that very season. Summer are yet to come and you yet have a long time to enjoy beautiful summer clothes. Our PRICES are GUT so low, that you can afford to buy lots of them. A p :V'G\n ■< n r Vj W v ■- /' - m\W>. (MA m MONTHS of mt 63d F. Goodman Dry Goods Company B nxmm One Du roc Jersey Boar, one year old, ?25.00. 2 Duroc Jersey Sows, one year old, open or bred, ,*20.00. A few nice Duro Jersey Pigs, two months old, $10.00 per pair. All subject to registration. One Berkshire Boar Pig, five months old, pure hi ed, hut not subject to registration, nice pig, -$7.50. One Berkshire Sow, two years old, pure bred, with eleven pigs by pure bred Duroc hoar, $37.50. If you want a start of good hogs for little money Every this ift your chance, as I am overstocked, tiling guaranteed to please or money refunded. B. F. COVAULT, Itta Bena, Miss. HORSE FOR SALE One beautiful dark bay combination Saddle and Harness Horse. Perfect ly gentle for lady or child to drive. Height about 16 hands and weighs This horse sold for $400. I do not need 1075 lbs. several years ago. him and will sell him for $250. for quick sale. Call on or write E. H. SCHLATER, Schlater, Miss. G. A. WILSON, JR . Cashier G. WILSON, President WILSON BANKING CO. Doing a General Banking Business AT 204 HOWARD STREET. GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. 4 I L THE COMMONWEALTH, $1.50 PER YEAR Original Wm. Rogers & Son Silverware Now Given With Iglehearfs Flour This Free Coupon Brings First Teaspoon—Mail It TODAYL Let uu give you You can complete your set with valuable free coupons packed in every sack and barrel of Igleheart Brothers' your first Tea- 'S* spoon at xs once— whether you need flour now ornot. Just sign and mail this free leleheart Brother»* Swans Down Flour Diadem Flour often buttered — never bettered Either brand makes delicious white bread and biscuits with a nut-brown crust. And when you want self-rising flour ready for instant use—order by , one of the following names; Igleheart Brother«' Perfect Biscuit Flour "Qutkk a» a unnkk" A Lleheart Brothers* '\ Electric Flour "Quikk as lite." \ These four brand.«,and ;1 others, are all milled by p\ Igleheart Brothers-and ;1 all contain the free il pons that will bring a J j set of this lovely Silver yjl ware to your table, ;y Greenwood Grocery Co / Distributors (2) for biscuits, bread and cracl.cn newspaper coupon today. IGLEHEART BROS., Dept. 3*) f Evansville, Ind. Send me without further of the Wm. obligation. Rogers & Son Gimrunteed Teaspoons, extra plate, and your full gift list. I en cl ose 10 cents to pay postage, pack* . ing, etc. 'J : City. V State. SN • \ ù *r\N St. & No. : J NOTE nf thru- ' -r* «• < »rwf.-'r Z cuuptpnt can b> rodet m . i by tint family. YELLOW PINE LUMBER.. ■ ■ before you buy. We will save you money. Lumber in car lots only. Cypress Shingles 10,000 and over. Sash and Doors any quantity. We ship all stock di rect from the Mills to you. Send me a list of your wants. T. P. PRICE, AGENT. Greenwood, Miss. PHONE 51. .1 C STINE Y T EGGLESTON Y, T. EGGLESTON & CO. t CARROLLTON AVENUE. Nex« Door «o Swifl S. Co., also on Howard Street -DEALERS l\- ' — ~ GRAIN AND ALL KINDS Feed Stuff, Hay. Meal and Flour, and best Molasses Feed on the market. Poultry Feed of all kinds. We handle the celebrated Purina Checker Board Brand of Feeds. We hav mills. e large contracts for Muai Rod Feed and can sell as cheap as the We want to do business with small and large buyers. WANT THE PLANTERS BUSINESS. 4 I ^ Can make quick deliveries, and will deliver to any part of the city. Î Will buy (Torn and Pea9 at market price. If you want Ear Corn let » make you prices. Call Phone 356, or write ua for prices. ' WE WILL SELL YOU THE GOODS us I BANK OF l.EFI-ORE DEPOSI TORS PAID 25 I'ER CENT. | ... , ,, ... . The creditors of the defunct Bank o Leflore are he haimy v recipients of checks dated July b 24th on the \\ I Ison Banking Co j ,; of this city, drawn by R. \ . Pol art, receiver, m their favor tor . A-.wwxiv or . <• 4 L over $50.000, 25 per cent of the . , la , ». . » . indebtedness of the said bank . . . 4 | 4 .. the impression prevails that with p , 1 4 . , ,4 I the careful management indicated i .. . . , on the part of the receiver, rea », . . »• i sonable certainty of good crops. i 4 i „ ..4 .» a,**. 4 .winI uni and the consequent ability to real ize on the banks holdings, that another dividend ,,f equal or larger proportion will be forth coming in the next few months and that finally the hank will probably he able to pay its entire l' I indebtedness, except to stock-1 II il,... ^ * * ' J 1 ' ' NEW STORE HOUSE TO BE ERECTED. Mr. R. W. Baird will have a large and substantial brick store house erected on his lots, located on Howard street, near the South ern depot. The new structure will be 50*130 feet and one and j one-half stories, and has been ; leased for a period of five years i by the wholesale firm of the W. Quinn Drug Uo. It will have every modern convenience and arranged especially to facilitate h the handling of the rapidly in creasing trade of the popular firm for which it is being built. GREENWOOD RIFLES LEAVE SUNDAY. Greenwood Rifles, Co. (i, 3rd nfanlry. commanded bv ( apt. I. L. Whitman and Lieut. Bains Aus tin, leave Sunday evening, July 20, for Biloxi to remain in camp ten days. They will have as their guests here before leaving the Clarksdale company, commanded by Capt. Hobson. The officers and men cordially invite any visi tors to the coast from this county to pay them a visit while in camp. FREE BAND CONCERTS. The Greenwood Brass Band is giving free concerts in the court house yard every Thursday even ing, and the public is cordially in vited to attend. The band is furnishing splendid music, and a large crowd of ladies, gentlemen and children attended the concert last night and thoroughly enjoyed the interesting program rendered. LOOK, FANS. The Cherokee Indians have been booked to play in Green wood Saturday, July I!)—night and day. Day game at \ p. m.; night game at 8 p. m, Admission 25c and 35c. Habitual conuMpation and all liver troubles van be cured by using Grigs by's LIV-VER-I.AX. Ask S. L. Kainea. HE man on the left would be _ glad to explain to you the mu ÜSs chinery on the right, or any of our c line not shown here. McBee Gasoline Engines have no batteries, but are started and ope rated on the Bosch Magneto. MuncieOil EnginesforGin plants, Water Pumping plants and other heavy duty are best because they work' on the lowest grade of crude oil, regardless of degree of gravity. They have no batteries but ignite the charge with a hot head. Batteries are a Nuisance on any Engine The balance of the line is working over-time making money for our customers and a reputation for us. We want a chance to refer you to your nearest neighbor using our machinery. The best mechanical engineers in the state have chosen our lines in i preference to all others. ' Our representative in your section is shown on the left, with his grip, ready to drop in to see you. ' A letter to him, at his address, or to us will bring you full information, but will not obligate you in the least. o & Bf« * /, nr7. gasoi.hu: lnc.inc. ISL H I * BOSCH MAO nr TO Æ > l\ -Ji 1) ® 0 tNSINf MUNCH. CKUDf 4V I 1 Ü0T ANN AHOOf* CEP Mr 3 f[(D MILL £) t * McBEE ENGINE & IMPLEMENT CO.. Mt BEE GRIST MILL LEXINGTON, MISS. "Th* Flying Dutchman'* ICI i W. VERMEER . C M7 Btt ▼r.- 4 MU UM AT 1C WATER SYST CM Greenwood. Mi«». Lock Box 687 FIGHTING THE Hol, I WEEVIL | "Farmer* in Western Alabama »ml Mississippi are making a determined , vvin , ti ht t tl „. v . v „ and „A4 K ,v, „ i„v»i b lnis „„. ; . s T j ,; lunki . u ,, r of tl „. i . tn , of Kai . m ,. . w .„k -f . , the Southern Hallway and amliHti-i . 4 linos, who. in company with .I ( \\ il . .. .» . , , hams, assistant t" 1 resident I - ini«• \. has pist completed an insix otion i 1 farm condition* atony; the Southern ... . »« . , . , Km wav, the Mobile »V Ohio Kailroml . .. .. , uni the Alabama (iront Southern Kail . , Wr.lul m,t Mr - 1 " ; ho, «■'t-mo... -r the «.whie». «g,,, a pan..-, M-voy om> .s '« Ime «lommmsl • * l' r,, ' lue ^°'" ,n ' ' o l wwv ' '" ml1 1 >~ ,H of ariuit w-. v.l* , ,re destroyed while the cotton wan small. J and where they escaped farmers aie t destroying infected squares. On every hand we found appreciation of the efficient services of the agents of 1 our (Î ' orallv h the weevil. with the boll weevil since 1ÎHK) and I believe that farmers in this territory have heeded the warning given them ' ami will not suffer as did farmers further west." "Farmers who have adopted the o. if a in li»pnrtwi>nt «ml farmurs ar*' p.-n ling thvir advice in light ing I hnve been in close touch j ; i , , , , , jlmeilu». advocated by -y ..genu are '^ctlng.'"«d yields . thi ; wwvil ' !1 " 11 " i,h , "" h f 1 n « w •><■*"« w;,«.;.'. y «by the gen.-™ yndd m l».a meut «ee tion a,,üu| d not normal, though Indi spite of reason vidual farmers who have refused to take the advice of experts are sure to lose heavily. " FINE STALK OF' COTTON. Q ur enterprising merchant fril . lld Ahl , Kantrovitz, was ex hjl)itin „ ., fm( , stalk of cotton from his farm last Monday. It con- j tclined D4 bolls and squaios dnd . was four feet high. I'r.'ston M«- 1 Adory, Colored, rilised this ('Ottull and claims about 15 acres just as good. Mr. Kantrovitz s farm is located seven miles south**. ist of p (ireenwood, and we congiatulatc . 1dm upon the splendid crops of ' both cotton and coin his tenants. are making this year. I I CHICKENS AND EGGS. Write or 'phone your orders > for chickens and eggs to T. W. Foard & Co., Eupora, Miss., and j have them delivered to you by next train. Our prices are right, and we ship on receipt of order. T. W. FOARD & CO., Eupora, Miss. FOR SALE. Sixty-five acres of fine timber, located within three-fourths of a mile of Rix Wood, near Schläfer. Bids on same solicited at once, as am for cultivation. E. 11. Sc hi ater, of Schläfer, Miss., for further particulars. desirous of clearing land Phone or write FOR SALE.—Nice, gentle fam ily horse; also buggy and harness. Apply to A. Kantrovitz. THE 111 MPH REV S HIGIIW.W is A CERTAINTY. * It is now' a settled fact that we are ater proof macadam high way built under the supervision of the Road Department of the l'nited States Government, This road forever; it y ill he » tll» I n makeshift dirt ill I »st II not be The cate it on high ght BK J euwood will not probably ground as nearly that part east «if (In suit t.hi In- located I, ven s and localities, at the sacrifice available of the most oute. pel cost of nileage ami future construction, nain tenance. The m< not be the most desirable becau se of •out« difficulties «»f permanently maintaining the highway, by reason of overflowing whose channels are shifting If by diverting the permanent highway slightly from additioi the existing road, even with tin .f a small ii mileag«*, there could In* found a higher location, avoiding the posai hility of overt! ing out of the road bed, it should be done by all means. Secretary W. H. Hays, of the llusi ness League, is advised that the Hoard of Supervisors of Gan their ized the expenditure of $(i,IH)0 t.«> assist in the completion of the road in ('arroll county to th«* Hills, which will make the total amount available $lf>ti,(loo. crease und prubable vus!) county ut •ting on tli«* 7th inst . author There has been considerable sp« i eulfl tion as to the attitude of lain! owners relative to the right-of-way through their property, where it b*'c< sary to change the location of t he road in order to place it above tin* possibili ty of overflow. We can readily under stand how a land owner would object to giving the right-of-way through a plan tation for the construction of an ordi nary dirt road that, (luring the rainy season, might become more or loss im ecessitating the use of ad j ll( .,, n i farming land ».-. a turnout t<> n<'i . by niU ,| hoh*s or impassabh* place* i 1 •b a road, but the Hituation is entire |y (Jjjferent with the road in question, ^ | )( , () j- macadam, water proof Wliu , y reiiMon of it» character, p r()V4 . M material aaMotan*! «erveto'great . improve any property through which ' jt tîH> w<> V( , Illun , th( . aanertlon ^ owner () f any property through I which thi« road panne« within six months after it« completion could not m I he induced to have the road removed. if the road > f offered the .•ntiro per «nil« to porntU Hitch removal. j We understand that already there cost has been fuit an upward tendency of value» in the vicinity of the proposed roa*J. W<* cannot bulievc (hat there will bt* any disposition on the* part of any of r citizens to offer any impediment to the construction of this great highway* which means so much for the material« welfare and advancement of our tfreat well as to our a and glorious county Queen City. FOR RENT. Nice fi-roorn Cottage in block 1, Austin-Wright Addition. South ern exposure. All modern im provements. Large lot, nice gar den and horse lot, stable, poultry and coal house. Phone 72.