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Mill If you are without insurance, - it is either carelesaness, neg lect or oversight We are try ing here to call your attention to a moat important matter. Show your appreciation by call ing today. iS» By O' M BARNWELL & ASHCRAFT I fx/my.. WÀ ! I '\w/ 1 \ 77 " fcW'iTT-'™U üääs&gi zu® 5C IN eO* r ^' AND AT FOUNTS j Mr. Musser, of Shreveport, La., ! vas here the first of the week, ! he guest of R. L. Foy, at Brown - - — Walter S. Wingfield and E. E. Cersh, of Shellmound, were in he city this week. Mail orders receive our best care and attention. If you are not pleased with what we send ycu, return it promptly and get your înoney back. A. Weiler & Co. ! Chamberlain Trotter and Miss McLean were over from Winona last week-end. : William S. Barry, Jr., resumes jhis scholastic duties at Swanee pext week. Misses Mildred Spurrier and Fa mie Walton Reeves have re turned to the 1.1. & C. after en joying the holidays at home. [ Misses Marguerite Spivev and [Bess White, two of Hollondale's [charming young ladies, have re turned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Sumter Gillespie. Judge G. A. McLean came over from Winona on business Tues day. + * + For Weakness and Loss of Appetite The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTELESS rhill TONIC, drives out Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic Appetizer. For adults and children. 50c. and 0 M Sailer, Jr, Sec'y A Trtaa Shelby S Steele, Mgr. W S Birry, Pres. IHt DELTA INSURANCE & REALTY AGENCY, 218 W. MARKET ST. Fire, Tornado, Accident, Health, Life, Plate Glass, Employers' Liability, Steam Boiler, Burglary and Automobile Insurance. Special Attention Given to Writing of Cotton Covers. We represent twenty-four of the Leading Fire Companies of the world. Would be glad to quote you rates on any and all classes of Insurance. PHONE 167 '««»♦«» ♦ «« « ♦♦ ««»♦«♦♦»«» ♦ MMMM* *** **** * * * ** * 1 *** ** ? DIAMONDS t t We can show you loose, mounted in gold, mounted in platinum or any other way you might, prefer. Rings, brooches, solitaires, bar pins, lavallieres, dinner rings, bracelets, tie clasps and almost everything else in diamond m mnted jewelry we have in unlimited assort ment and goods new from the desingers and most correct and artistic in every respect. t t If you wish a diamond, or diamond jewelry, our goods and prices will surely interest you. We ask you to compare both our goods and prices with those of our competitors and then decide where you can buy best and cheapest. ART GOODS. In newest designs and all the latest novelties we wish to show you. Our line will interest you, both from the standpoint of beauty and variety, but considering price as well. Watches and Chains, Lavallieres, Little Finger Rings, Silver Mesh Hags, Dinner Rings, lirooches and Bar Pins, Vest Chains and Fobs, Scarf Pins and Tie Clasps, Cameo Brooches, Rings, Wrist Watches, Etc. t i t JEWELRY. t Our display of rich and beau tiful Art Gooc s is our pride and we have on display not only high priced wares but our stock embraces goods of all values, high and low, and all of them represent the best goods obtainable for the amount invested. t 5 * t * t t t 5 t t t Mail Orders Always Have Especial Attention t I A. WEILER & GO. t t THE RELIABLE JEWELERS t $ GREENWOOD, - MISSISSIPPI. 5 îwuwuv nssmsï I Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lucas were down from Glen Burrr yesterday. The Elks enjoyed a splendid barbecue ! in the basement of their new home last I Saturday night FOUND—Ladies gold watch. Owner j can secure same by proving property ! an( j paying reasonable reward for this ! advertisement. Apply to this office, - - - Mr. and Mrs. H. Peltz announce the engagement of their daughter, Rosa j en me, to Mr. Ralph Davis. The wed ding to take place later, Miss Armine Wilkins, formerly sten ographer for Gardner & Whittington, has accepted a similar position with the Greenwood Business League, where she will also be pleased to do steno graphic work for the public. See her card in another column. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY This remdy has no superior for coughs and colds. It is pleasant to take. It contains no opium or other narcotic. It always cures. For sale by all dealers. Mr. Frank G. Wake, of Kentucky, is here looking after his planting in terests for a few days. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Such articles should prescriptions i the damage never be used except oi from reputable physicians, they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu ine. It is taken Internally and made in Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes timonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle. Talcs Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Take The Commonwealth. Mn. J. A. Tyson entertained last Saturday afternoon, compli menting her charming sister, Mrs. E. D. Humphrey, of El Reno, Okla. Mrs. Tyson's guests were met by Mrs. L N. Chandler, and were carried by Miss Flora Rei-j man to receiving line, which was , composed of Mesdames Tyson, Humphrey, Herbert Cartwright, S. M. Hunt, Fox Swift and Miss Lillie Johnson. Mrs. J. W. Barn welt then conducted them to the, punch bowl where Miss Elizabeth Young graciously presided. Mrs. Sumter Gillespie then escorted them into the dining parlor where c Mrs. Benjamin L. Young poured tea The guests were then served with sandwiches by Mis. W. o. Dundas, and Misses Esther Rei- t man, Margaret McLean and Mabel Young. Mr and Mrs W H Pettev an Mr. ana Mrs. w. n. reney an "ounce the engagement and ap preaching marriage of their daughter, Susie Belle, to Will H. Harper, the wedding to take place | January the 14th. Both of the contracting parties are immensely popular, and many social events are being planned for the pretty bride-elect before the wedding. The Commonwealth extends con gratulations in advance. a Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Young and their daughter, M'ss Elizabeth, were at home Wednesday even ing to a number of their friends at the Valhalla Club, dancing and a lovely supper featuring this most enjoyable function. Miss Young is at home for the holidays from Ward-Belmont, much to the genuine delight of her many ad mirers. "Polly of the Circus" was pre sented to an immense audience at the Greenwood Theatre last Fri day evening—the S. R. 0. sign being put out early, and a large number of those present bought tickets for the privilege of wit nessing the play standing. The play was well rendered in many respeds, and the audience ap plauded pretty liberally several of the leading features. The Valhalla club tendered its annual New Year dance Tuesday evening, it proving to be one of the most enjoyable functions of the season. Quite a number of visiting voung ladies added pleas ure to the affair. The employees of the Y. & M. V. R. R. depot presented Agent F. Herr a handsome gold-headed cane as a Christmas present, which he appreciates very highly. Jan. and Miss Lillian Parks, of Drew, and Miss Mary Pepper, of Lexington, were Mrs. C. D. Pepper's attrac tive guests this week. Attorney C. L. Lomax attended to legal business at Jackson this week. Miss Rebecca Harris entertained a few of her young friends Mon day evening with a dance. Miss Berenice Steele came home from Sophie Newcombe College to spend the holidays with her parents. the at Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Gardner came over from Indianola to spend the holidays with Hon. and Mrs. A. F. Gardner. Quite an enjoyable dance was tendered the visiting young la dies in the city last Tuesday even ing at the Armory. Mrs. S. M. Hunt, of Chatta nooga, and Mrs. Herbert Cart wright, cf Decatur, Ala., are the guests of Mrs. L. N. Chandler this week. Mesdames E. D. Stone and H. Faison, of Indianola, were the I ;uests of Mrs. L. N. Chandler the irst of this week. Miss Willie Brewer, of Black Hawk, is the attractive guest of of Mrs. Dr. W. T. Mathews this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Humphrey, of El Reno, Okla., are the appre ciated guests of Hon. and Mrs. J. A. Tysbn. Mr. and Mrs. Boyle and chil dren, of Maben, spent a portion of the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Dean. Mr. W. D. Richards, prominent planter of Lotus, was in the city on business this week, and made us a pleasant call. Judge Monroe McClurg attend ed the Conference of the Judges of the State in Jackson this week. J. D. McCaskill, one of the sec ond district's best citizens, was here on business the first of the week. Mr. B. H. Broadley, of Joplin, Mo., was the guest of Hon. and Mrs. J. A. Tyson the past week. N. L Cockrell was over from his Lake Henry plantation on bus ineu TttMday. t 5 M thlg ieagon of year wl1h WPh , udd#n „h. n g .. u is so easy to taka cold, and almost before one is aware there is Inflammation in the bronchial tubes—a hard cough and unless checked In time chronic pulmonary troubles may result, Pa - "*y s: Ue contracted caused me c " lty abou ' '° gg , oren p ei8 . j trle d different rem caieis wlthout heIp: but I am glad to vinoi cured mjr bronchial t r0U foi e which had lasted for three months. My breathing Is ail right and the soreness entirely gone from BRONCHITIS CONQUERED Royersford, Pa., Man Tells How. ! Townsend Young of Royersford, •'A severe bronchial trou much diffl my chest." vlno1 contaln * the curatl7p - h<,a ' ln s prlnclple8 ot fregh cods . Ilverg (with . out olI) and tonIc lron We pianin . tee (t to j, e delicious in taste and to satisfy you with its medicinal effects. | p g j, you have any skin trouble try Saxo Salve. We guarantee it. S. L Raines, Druggist, Greenwood, Miss. ■'The Rosary" was presented to a fairly good audience at the Greenwood Theatre Monday even ing, and was appreciated by a goodly portion of those present. The scenery was splendid, Miss Bethel Barth excellent, Father Kelly good, and some of the oth er characters did their parts very well. LOST—Large black muff; lost in street between Presbyierian manse and Southern depot. Please return to Rev. Jos. Rennie. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pettey have returned to Indianola after enjoy ing the holidays with their par ents. + * * Miss Mildred Humphreys, one of Greenville's most charming debutantes, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Lillie Humphreys. Miss Irene Jones has as her house guest this week, Miss Bell, one of Greenville's popular young social favorites. Mrs. Herbert Calhoun, and her sister, Miss lone Brown, of Gren ada, were charming visitors to Greenwood during Xmas week. Porter's Headache Tablets guar anteed to relieve headache or neuralgia. No danger. Price l()c at Wilkinson's or Quinn's. Services will be held at the Catholic church Sunday morning, Jan. 4th. First Mass at 8 o'clock, and second mass at 10 o'clock. Evening services at 7:30. All are invited. Porter's ECZEMALORE guar antees to cure eczema, pimples, poison oak, rash, toe itch, red nose, burning feet, dandruff, in sect bites. At Wilkinson's orQuinn. John Wall was at home from Cumberland University spending the holidays. Mrs. Virginia L. Topp has re turned from a delightful Xmas visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Tims at Pensacola, Fla. Miss Kate Lickfold, one of Gre nada's most attractive young la dies, was the guest of Mrs. J. P. Metts during the holidays. + + •*• Hon. and Mrs. Oscar G. John ston have returned to Clarksdale after a pleasant Xmas visit to Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Anderson. Mrs. L. N. Chandler is enter taining this afternoon with 500, complimenting her sisters, Mes dames Cartwright, Hunt and Swift, and Mrs. E. D. Humphrey. The Greenwood Lodge of Elks expect to occupy their palatial home within a very few days. Hot feel Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Stone, Jr„ have returned to Oxford after a visit to Mrs. May Greene during the holidays. Miss Lillie Humphreys resumes her scholastic duties at the U. of M. next week, NOTICE. Public Transfer; prepared to do all kind of hauling, also kindling for sale. G. W. CHAMBLESS, Phone 308. COTTON Is MONEY; protect it by insurance with W. M. Peteet. FOR RENT. Two office rooms upstairs in The Commonwealth Build inf. Apply to J. L Gillespie at this office. VISITING CARDS-Engr»vedor print ed at the right pricea. Send The Com monwealth your order«. Special atten tion alto given to Wedding Invitation», Aanouncsawnt», ate. C. E, JORDIi & CO, GREENVILLE, MISS. GREENWOOD, MISS. FURNITURE GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHINGS CABLE-PIANOS QUALITY HIGH PRICtS LOW We Lead, Sec Us For Bargains. EASY PAYMENTS. C. E. JORDAN & CO. PHONE 64 . 116 118 HOWARD STREET. J. T. SPIVEY, Mgr. Greenwood, Miss. THE SCALES HOUSE PAR TY. Mr. A. L. Scales, one of Le flore county's most genial hosts, threw open his lovely country home near Greenwood last week to a most delightful house party, highly complimenting his holiday guests. The jolly party was composed of Mrs. Edwin French, i f New Orleans, as chaperone; Misses Sadie Robinson, Gladys Oliverand Francis Peebles, of this city; Miss es Carol Dean, Isabelle Charter, Ruth Smith and Leslie Scales Robinson, of Gainesville, Ga; Messrs. Sid Smith, Chas. Estes and Claud Burnett, of Gainesville, Ga; Sam Roberts, of Lavonia, Ga.; and Robert Pillow and Madison Baird, of Greenwood. Among the special social fea tures complimenting the party were: the Armory dance last Tuesday evening, Miss Sadie Robinson's moving picture party Wednesday evening, Mr. Scales' dance at his home Saturday even ing, and Miss Lelah Robertson's Still Dance given at Mrs. J. E. Mann's Monday evening. I : » YOUNG—PORT WOOD. Robt. D. Portwood and Miss Bess Young were quietly married Xmas evening at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. Henry Young, in Itta Bena. Mr. Portwood is an Greenwood boy, being the only son of Capt. and Mrs. P. B. Portwood. Sev eral years ago he moved to Itta Bena to accept a position with the Itta Bena Banking & Trust Co., of which institution he is now cash ier. Bob is a young man of sterl ing traits of character and is im mensely popular both here and at his adopted home. Miss Young is one of Itta Bena's prettiest and most charming young ladies, and her family was one of the oldest in Itta Bena. Miss Young enjoys the admiration of a wide circle of friends whom she has won and kept by her many charms. The Commonwealth extends hearty congratulations to this popular young couple. CHRONIC CONSTIPATION CURED. "Five years ago I had the worst of chronic constipation I ever case knew of, and Chamberlain'» Tablets cured me," writes S. F. Fiph, Brook lyn, Mich. For sale by all dealers. HURRY! THEY'RE HERE FROM HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS. Gentle, blissful, wonderful workers. Hot Springs Liver Buttons surely are; take one to-night and free the bowels from poisonous waste and gas. feel bright and happy to-morrow, druggists, 26c. Be sure and get some, for besides being a wonderful laxative they are a great system tonic. They give you a keen appetite and rid the blood of im purities. Hot Springs Liver Buttons, Hot Springs Rheumatism Remedy and Hot Springs Blood Remedy are sold in Greenwood by L. N. Chandler. You'll All Saves You Money By doing the work well, cleans ing your system of accumulated impurities, toning up your liver to perform its natural functions and generally improving your physical condition. GRIGSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX saves you much time and money. It also saves you all the uncomfortable after effects that result from the tak ing of calomel. No griping, no No weakness or head- i cramps, ac hes GRifcSBY'S LIV-VER-LAX is on sale by S. L. RAINES under an absolute money refund guar antee at 50c and $1.00 a bottle; Each bottle is protected by the likeness of L. K. Grigsby. Get the genuine. Your cotton or cotton seed insured right now by W. M. Peteet \FARAi LOANS. We negotiate loans through a Life Insurance Company. Terms reasonable and at tractive to the borrower who wants to improve his lands. i POLLARD & HAMNER ATTORSEYS ORELNWGOI), MISS. * » ! rj ' cr. à I© J % /'•< 3? AflOUR \jmw EVERY BARING DAY A SUCCESS JR 3 « "0 vötir £\wkmou»lle Dniijf For Sale by J. F. MELTON ASK YOUR DEALER FOR DAINTY. GREENWOOD GROCERY GO. WHOLESALE 6R0CERS. OUR SPECIALTIES: Provisions, Qraln, Hay, Flour, Meal, Bagging & 7 ies Office: Opposite Y. & M. V. Depot. Warehouses: On Southern and Y. & M. V. Tracks. GREENWOOD, MISS. n G. A. WILSON, JR. Cashier G. A. WILSON, President WILSON BANKING CO. Doing a General Banking Business AT 204 HOWARD STREET. GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. McSHANE COTTON CO. COTTON fAGTOKS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. WE TRY TO PLEASE.