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J. L. GILLESPIE, Editor.
SUBSCRIPTION $1.60 Pkr Ykar.
Ent^rH at thn Greenwood. Mi**., pout
offim a« necowJ rl»** matter.
ORkiaJ Paper of County and City.
I.ong Distance Cumb. Phone No. S3.
im -MEMBER-1*14
MlWIßdIITI PftKSaS ASSOCIATION
Gbmknwood, Miss., Fkb. 6. 1914
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JOB PRESS FOR SALE.
7x11 Pearl Job Printing Press,
In fairly good condition, for sale
cheat) AdoIv to this office.
ANNOUNCl MINIS.
For Mayor,
F. A. WORD.
W. M PETEET.
I). K. NICHOLS
LATHAM KAY
For City Marshal,
J. W. CRAWFORD.
C. L. M< BRIDE.
C. L. BONNER
J W. SLACK
For City Clerk,
R, H. HICKS
Alderman »I Large
J. KANTROVITZ
Alderman, East Ward
G. P. ELLIOTT
Alderman, North Ward
JERRY FOLEY
Eor Alderman South Ward,
JOHN A, SHUTE
The ground-hog saw his shad
ow and promptly retreated. Look
out for some severe weather.
The grand opening hall at the
palatial new Elks Home in this
city took place last night. It was
the most delightful social function
of the season, and a full account
of the gala event will appear in
The Commonwealth next week.
Contractor T. J. Harvey has be
tftin work on the foundation of
W. T. Fountain's new three-story
Department Store at the corner
of Howard and Washington
streets. Things are looming up
in the building line in the "Queen
City of the Delta",
The bids of several contractors
on the construction of the Hum
phreys Highway were received by
the Board of Supervisors Monday
but the awarding of the contract
was deferred until February 26th.
when the Board will hold a special
meeting for that purpose.
"The Prince of Tonight" was
pYeaented to n large audience at
the Greenwood Theatre last Mon
day evening. There were some
pretty interesting features in this
clever musical production, but its
execution in the main did not
come up to the expectations of
our people.
The Commonwealth's volume
of business during the month of
January was greater than for any
month the management has ever
received in his career of thirty
years in the printing business.
This is very gratifying to us, and
evidences the fact that business
men appreciate high class print
ing and prompt service.
D. A. R. STATE CONFERENCE
MEETS IN GREENWOOD.
The annual session of the State
Conference of the Daughters of
the American Revolution will he
held in Greenwood on March 10
tl-l2th, and our people are look
ing forward to this patriotic event
with much pleasure. The mem
bers of Chakchiuma Chapter of
this city are making extensive
preparations for the entertainment
of their honored guests on this
occasion— and that means a most
royal affair is in store for each of
the fair visitors, A most cordial
welcome is extended the delegates
to Greenwood in advance of their
Coming, __
133,000 BALES OF COTTON.
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Greenwood has received to dale
133,000 bales of cotton this season
as compared with 101,500 bales
same date last season.
This market has out-distanced
any other city in the State on cot
ion receipts for the past seven or
eight years, and this year she
makes the other markets look
like a 30-cent. piece.
When The Commonwealth pre
dicted at the opening of the sea
son that Greenwood's receipts
would reach 135,000 bales a good
many people doubted the accuracy
of our estimate —but now it looks
as though the receipts will reach
the enormous total of over 145,000
bales. __
A
to
all
Use Reach-the-Spot Liniment
for bruises, sprains, enlarged
joints, pain in back or side. Ab
solutely guaranteed to do the
work, 25c. AT'Wilkinson's and
inn.
WILSON FURNITURE CO.
I . , ,
I he amendments to tllP charter
~ of ths Wilson-Jennings Furniture
fompanv, rluinging its title to the
Wi'Mili I Iirniture Company mid
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monwo
President Wilson has bought
Hit* entire interest of Mr. A. E.
! >«ning4 in the Greenwood firm,
vvhirll Uivi'-s him a thr(*u*fourtl)S
interest III the same, and it will in
the
future ho conducted under
1 ,-orporate name of the Wilson Fur
| niture Company.
j This change does not in any
way interfere with Mr. Wilson's;
I connection with the Jennings-Wil
V Fu !! , " ur f Pm r »y. of Mom
plus, lie retains Ills interest 111
that staunch concern, which does
retail business.
He decided to reduce the capital,
stock of his Greenwood house!
one-half, inasmuch ns he
readily fill all the extra demands
of this section from the Memphis
house.
Mr. Wilson has made
success in the furniture business,
and stands in the forefront of the
dealers in that line through ml
the country—having been elected
,, . , , ,, , .front
I resident of the National rurni
ture Dealers Association some time
:i wholesale and
can
a great
«no
lle is a very busy man—divid
ing Ins time between the Green
wood and Memphis houses—but
is always courteous and accom-i
mndating, notwithstanding his
most strenuous business life.
G. F\ ELLIOTT FOR ALDERMAN,
EAST WARD.
The announcement of G. I'.
.... .• . . e ...
Elliott as a candidate for Alder
man of the hast Warn appears in
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this issue of The Commonwealth.
Mr. Elliott is at present serving
the people very capably in the
capacity of Alderman-at-large of
the city, and at the request of a
number of friends he decided to
yield to their wishes and offer for
theposition from the East Ward.
He is a first-class business man, an
honest and upright "sntieman
will doubtless be elected from
the East Wurd without opposition.
Alderman Harry
learn, will not be a candidate for
re-election.
in
in
ismer, we
of
JERRY FOLEY FOR ALDER
MAN, NORTH WARD.
The Hiinouncement of Jerry
Foley hs a candidate for Aider
man of the North Ward appears
in this issue of The Common
wealth. Mr. Foley is a young man
of splendid business qualifications,
is progressive and enterprising in
his ideas, and personally popular
with all who know him. Mr. Foley
submits his claims to the voters of
the North Ward and asks a favor
able consideration of same at their
hands prior to the April 5th prim
ary election. If elected to this im
portant position, he promises to
give the people a careful and con
scientious discharge of the duties
of the office, and will highly ap
preciate the honor of serving
them.
at
J. KANTROVITZ ANNOUNCES
FOR ALDERMAN-AT-LARGE.
The announcement of Jake Kan
trovitz as a candidate for Alder
man-at-large of the City of Green
wood appears in this paper. Mr.
Kantrovitz is serving at present as
Alderman from the North Ward
of the city, but recently moved to
the West Ward. He is an ener
getic and prosperous business
man, and submits his claims to the
people for Alderman-at-large on
the record he has made during
the present term. If elected
again, he promises the people to
do the right tiling by them at all
times in the discharge of his du
ties.
MASONIC DIRECTORY.
Greenwood Lodge 135 F. A A. M.
meets on the 1st Monday in each month.
E. R. McShane, W. M. ; S. I. Osborn,
Sec'y.
Greenwood Royal Arch Chapter No.
102 meets on the 4th Monday in each
month. Harry Hosmer, H. P. ; S. I.
Osborn, Sec'y.
W. P. Mellen Council No. 8, Royal
and Select Masters, meets on the 2nd
Monday in each month. E. R. McShane,
T. I. M.; E. O. Simmons, Recorder.
Greenwood Commnndery No. 24 K.
î T. meets on the 3rd Monday in each
1 V V MbUli.n. /•* o f I In
month, h. K. MtShant, L. C. , s. L.
In
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A.
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Rainrs, Recorder.
All of the above named bodies meet
in Masonic Hall at 104 and 106 Main St.
A cordial greeting and a hearty wel
come is extend«! to all visiting mem
bers and a standing invitation is here
by extended to meet with us when in
Greenwood.
Resident members of anv of these
Masonic bodies, who have their mem
bership elsewhere, are cordially invited
to unite with us.
THE BEST COUGH MEDICINE.
"I have used Chamberlain's Ctiugh
Remedy ever since I have been keeping
house," says L. C. Harnes, Marbury,
Ala. "I consider it one of the best
remedies I ever used. My children have
all taken it and it works like a charm.
For colds and whooping cough it is ex- j
««lient. ' ' For »ale by all dealer».
it
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The Board of Supervisor* of Leflore
County, Mi*»., will, on the hirat Mon
day in March, 1914, receive bid* for the
folUin K work:
Building three 89 foot and oneSOfoot
iro.t Fridge. on Humphrey* Highway
: sssisasr - *• —
Clearing out right of wav and build
ing road from Morgan to Peteet in Dis
triet No. 5, as now laid out. Said road
Workj rf)wIs in „(strict. Nos .,
2 Kant of Tullahatchie Hiver, and for
working road« in District Nc. 5 South
Vaxoo River. Bid* will be received
for working road* in District» No» I
and 2, and in District No 5 aeparatelv,
and bid» will also be received for work
idth.
to lie 20 feet in
ing all of said ronds bb a whole.
For publishing proceedings of the
Bo " r<1 " f Supervisors and for legal
ÎST'sK
,(,all be sealed,
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Montgomery, Trustee î
fY 1 "; 1 wl "; »" ,l, . rect, ;' ! b \ l;iw ' I"
of the said bankrupts store, in
t^e town of Schlater, Miss., on Satur
day, February 14. 1914, at 12 o'clock
m. proceed to Hell at auction for cash
heBt bidder the
irchandise of said
the right to re
am! set another
The Hoard of Supervisors reserve the
right to reject any and all bids.
I'.y order of the Hoard of Supervisors.
Given under my hau l and
February 6, 1914.
-at this
A. R. HEW, Clerk.
BANKRUPT TRUSTEE'S SALE
the matter of C. II. Burak A Bro.,
In bankruptcy.
Notice
hereby given that I, D. P.
the above
re? th *' highest and
! bankrupt -reserving
ject any and all bids
time for said sale, or sell at private
sale.
This 4th day of February, 1914.
D. P. MONTGOMERY, Trustee.
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS.
Notice is hereby given of the inten
tion of the Hoard of Supervisors of
Coun 'y- M i»i*»ioph »t its next
regular meeting on the first, Monday
j in 1914, to borrow $20,000.00
from the sinking funda of said county,
I for th« purpose of paying the expenses
of the county, other than the judiciary,
and to issue there for
payable
interest at the rate of H per cent, per
annum.
loan warrant,
January 1, 1915, bearing
A. R. HEW, Clerk.
CHANCERY SUMMONS.
The State of MiftHiaxippi.
To Addle Red Held, whose post office
address is unknown:
You nre commanded to appear be
fore the Chancery Court of the Count
of Leflore, in said State, on the Fourt
Monday of March, A. I)., 1914, to de
fend the suit in «aid Court of Emmet
herein you are a Defendant.
This 6th day of February, A. D.,
Seal. A. R. BKtf. Clerk.
Kedlleld
1914.
CITATION.
State of Mississippi.
To Sarah Taylor, whoso post office ad
dress is unknown:
^ commanded to appear before
the Chancery Court of the county of Le
flore in said State,
day of March, A. I). 1914, to defend
the suit in said Court of Cassie Taylor,
wherein you are the defendant.
This 80th day of January, 1914.
Seal. A. K. HEW. Clerk.
You
the Fourth Mon
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF
CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the United
States for the Northern District of
Mississippi. —In Bankruptcy.
In the Matter of Antoon & Company,
Bankrupt—In Bankruptcy.
To the creditors of Antoon & Company
of Greenwood in the county of
Leflore and district afore said—a
bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the
23rd day of January A. D. 1914, the
said Antoon & Company was duly ad
judicated bankrupt; and the first meeting
of his creditors will he held at Gardner
& Whittington's office in Greenwood,
Mississippi, on the 19th day of Feb.,
A. D., 1914, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, at which time the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, ap
point a trustee, examine the bankrupt,
and transact such other business as
may properly come before said meet
ing. Bankrupt is notified to be present,
J. D. MAGRUDER,
Feb. 4, 1914. Rekerke in Bankruptcy
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS.
In the* District Court of th<* United State« for the
Northern District of Mi«iia«ippi. In Hunk
ruptcy.
In the matter of B. Schweijr, Bankrupt. In B«nk
To the Creditor« of E. Schweig, of Greenwood
in the County of Leflore, and district afore*
■aid, a Bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of
January, A. D., 1V14, the «aid E. Schweig
w»» duly adjudicated bankrupt: and the flr«t
meeting of hi« creditors will he held at Gardner à
Whittington'« office in Greenwood, Mi»«., on the 19
day of February. A. D.. 1914, at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon, at which time the said creditor« may at
tend. prove their claims, appoint a trustee, ex
amine the bankrupt, and traneact such other
hueinees as may properly e
ing. Plaintiff is notified
before uld meet
be present.
J. D. MAGRUDER.
Referee in Bankruptcy.
Feb. 4. 1914.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS.
In the District Court of the United State« for the
Northern District of Mississippi, In Bank*
a 11 e r of McGinnis and Company,
Bankrupt. In Bankruptcy.
To the Creditor* of McGinnis and Company of
Greonwood, in the County of L«flore. and dis
triet aforesaid, a bankrupt:
Notice is hereby given that
In the
urwenwnoa, miss on
A. D„ 1914, at 2 o'clock
;
szxr&szzz israrsrvu'hïss :
before said meet
be present.
J. D. MAGRUDER.
Referee In Bankruptcy.
the 2#th day of
January, A. D.. 1914, the said McGinnis A
Company was duly adjudicated bankrupt: and
the first meeting of his creditors will be held at
Monroe McClure's office in Greenwood, Miss,,
th » ' 9th day of tchruuary. A. D„ 1914. at 2 o'clock
In the afternoon, at which time the said creditors
may attend, prove their claims, appoint a tniste«, '
I
In the Dlrtricl Court nf the United Sûtes for the
Northern Dl.tr!« of MImMm. 1, In Benk
In the metier ot W. E. Beeile 4k L. A. Bell, Bank* 1
T.&'ÂÏÏBdi.à L A Bell of 1
Greenwood, in th« County of Loflore, «n i
district •fomaid, a bankrupt:
Jen«". A.T. h Ä b£?.T L'
A. Ball wai duly adjudicated bankrupt: and the
ftmt meeting of hi. creditor, will be held et J. W.
P«Ä^F.Ä\ 0r r^Ä.'X,k in* I
äteSTÄfir
iSÏ, 'iSd
Ing. Bankrupt !■ notified to he present. |
_ J. D. MAORUDER. I
February 4th, 1114, Refers« In Bankruptcy. |
boafmm* ns may properly
ing. Bankrupt la notified
February 4th, 1914.
NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS.
COTTON «MONEY; protect
it by insurance with W. M.
Peteet I
NOTICE OF SALE.
Under and by virtue of the authority
vested in me as »uhstituted trustee in
j, . f t # r » l*
Uiat certain deed of trust from J h
And ® r *° n c L Lomax, trustee, to
We an mdehtedr.es» therein men-
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! *•*» •"* ***• °< on >"'' d «J- Î
flore County. Mississippi, in the office j
of the chancery clerk of said county,
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my appointment as said substituted
trustee in said deed of trust being of
date of January 3, 1914, and recorded
in Book 11 at page 329 of the records
of mortgages and deeds of trust on
lands of said county in the office of the
chancery clerk of said county on Janu
ary 10th, 1914, reference to which deed j
of trust and said substitution of trus
tee is hereby specially made; default
having been made in the payment of
the indebtedness mentioned in and se
cured by said deed of trust, at the re
quest of the holder and owner of said
indebtedness due and unpaid, I, the
undersigned substituted trustee, will
on Monday, February 9th, 1914, within
legal hours, in front of the south front
door of the court house in the city of
Greenwood, Leflore county, Mississippi,
offer for sale and sell at public outcry,
to the highest and best bidder for cash,
the property described in »aid deed of
trust, as follows, to-wit:
That part of Lot five [6] in Block
fifty-two [52] of the Henry Addition to
the City of Greenwocd Leflore county,
Mississippi, described as follows: Be
ginning at a point on the southern
boundary line of said lot five [5] one
hundred [100] feet east from the south
west corner of said block fifty-two[52]
and run easterly along the southern
boundary line of said lot five [5] a dis
tance of one hundred and fifty [150]
feet; thence in a northerly direction
parallel with the eastern boundary of
Gillespie street one hundred [100] feet
more or less to the northern boundary
line of said lot five [5]; run thence
westwardly along the northern boun
dary of said lot five [5] a distance of
one hundred and fifty [150] feet, run
thence southwardly arid parallel with
said Gillespie street a distance of one
hundred [100] feet, more <v,V»o, io the
point of beginning.
Witness m/Signature, this the 13th
day of January, 1914.
S. I. OSBORN,
Substituted Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Under and by vissue of the power
and authority vested in me by the
terms and provisions of that certain
deed of truft executed by C. W. Crock
ett on October llith, 1909, to J. B.
Ilumphr
of H. F.
at page JTM,;of the records of mnrt
and deeds of trust on land of
lys'as trustee for the benefit
MCShaiie. recorded in book 11,
gages
Leflore County, Miss., default having
beyn made.Tn. the_ payment of the in
debted.,I-:.," thereby secured, all of
which has been declared rluc, I, Ben T.
Terry, as trustee rubstituted in tile
nlace and stead of the said J. B.
Humphreys by appointment recorded
in book 1 i, at page 376, of said records,
at the request of Mrs. Rose M. Cahn,
the owner and the holder of the unpaid
balance of said indebtedness, and in
order to pay the same, will sell, at the
South door of the court house of said
county, in the City of Greenwood, on
Monday, March 2nd, 1914, within legal
hours, at public auction, to the highest
bidder, for cash, the following prop
erty described in and conveyed by said
deed of trust, to-wit:
Lots sixteen (16), seventeen (17).
eighteen (18), and nineteen (19), in
block seven (7) and lots nine (9) ten (10),
eleven [111,
fourteen, 14, all in the McShane Ad
dition to the City of Greenwood, in
Leflore County, Mississippi, as shown
by the map of said addition recorded
in book 2, at page 7, of the record of
maps of said County.
Witness my signature, this the 5th,
day of February, A. D. 1914.
BEN T. TERRY,
Substituted Trustee.
anil twelve [12], in block
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Default having been made in the
payment nf the indebtedness secured
by deed of trust recorded in the office
of the Chancery Clerk of LeFIore coun
ty, Mississippi, in book 8, page 2, ex
ecuted by J. F. Anderson to secure an
indebtedness to F. M. Sandifer, where
by she conveyed to him in trust the
hereinafter described land, and I having
been requested to execute said trust,
notice is hereby given by me, the un
dersigned trustee, that by virtue of the
r iwer contained in said deed
will on Monday the 2nd day of March,
1914, within legal hours, at the front
door of the court house of said county
in the city of Greenwood, state of
Mississippi, offer for sale and gell toi
the highest bidder for cash, the follow- P
ing land lying in the said city, county
and state, to-wit:
^ Lot One and Lot Two of Block
Eighteen, McShane Addition to the
city of Greenwood.
Witness my signature this February
6th, 1914.
of trust,
J. A. TYSON, Trustee.
SUBSTITUTED TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Pursuant to the power conferred upon me, as
the trustee substituted by appointment in the
place and stead of H. R. Romberger, the trustee
named in that certain deed of trust executed by
E. L. Dollahite to the said H. R. Romberger as
tn,#te ® for th ® of v - T. Tims,
191S - >ml •'«'orded In Book 10 at page 125 of th»
; Record* of Mortgagee and Deeds of Trust on
: Und ni un ° n cm,ntr - i. j. l. gu.
l«*pi*. •* substituted trustee,
'
•for»«« th
p,.intm,-nt in writlna ■* such »ub.titute4tru.tw
being duly recorded in Book 11 It Pnge S6S of the
Reeofd. of Mortgagee end Deed, of Tru.t on I,and
nf Mid County, will, on Mondgy the Ktrd dt, of
F-brusry. 1914. within leg.! hour., et the wguwt
of the uld V. T. Time, the beneltdery nemed lb I.
«Id dwd tru.t end th. own., end holder ef
" ,e Indebtedness secured by mU deed of tru.t.
":!"^ "£h*I." TT', " H
»N of which has now been declared
due, and in order to pay the same, «ell, at public
~X T « rT" ' « «"•
South door °f the Court House, of Leflore County,
Mtmluippi, in the City of Greenwood, the nror
tow,t è
JTÄiÄISÄ
M,* Greenwood, In Leflore County, State of
Ml «'«'PPl. together with ell implbvement.
thereon.
July Slit,
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The title it believed to be good, but I will
vey only such title as I« vested in
tlTÄ
»w a d i.,,.
as anid sub
J. L. GILLESPIE,
Trust«,
AMENDMENTS TO THE CHARTER
OF INCORPORATION OF THE
WILSON-JENNINGS FUR
NITURE COMPANY.
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Î «"corporated under the
j law»of the State of Mississippi and
domiciled in the City of Greenwood,
Article 1 of th.- charter of incorpora
tion of the Wilson-Jennings Furniture'
Company, recorded in Book 1, Pages
reading as follows: "1. The corpor
ate title of the said Company is The
Wilson-Jennings Furniture Company",
be and the same is hereby amended so
as to change the name of said incorpor
ation from "The Wilson-Jennings Furn
iture Company", to "The Wilson Fum
j iture Company", and that said "Arti
cle 1" of said incorporation be, and the
same is hereby amended to read as fol
lows: 'T. The Corporate title of said
Company is the Wilson Furniture Com
pany".
Article 4 of the charter of incorpora
tion of said Wilson-Jennings Furniture
Company, reading as follows: "4.
Amount of capital stock is Fifty
Thousand Dollars", be and the same is
hereby amended ao as to reduce the
amount of the capital stock of said
Company from Fifty Thousand Dollars,
to Twenty-five Thousand Dollars, and
that said "Article 4", of said charter
of incorporation be, and the same is
hereby amended to read as follows: "4.
Amount of capital stock is Twenty
five Thousand Dollars".
of
of
to
of
We, the undersigned, S. G. Wilson,
President, and D. C. Bell, Secretary and
Treasurer, respectively, of the Wilson
Jennings Furniture Company, a cor
poration, hereby certify that at a spec
ial meeting of the stockholders of said
Company, held at the office of the
said Company, in the city of Green
wood, on January 30th, 1914, duly
called, at which meeting all of the
stock holders were present, the forego
ing amendments to the charter of incor
poration of the said Company were
adopted by a unanimous and affirmative
vote of all of the stock holders of the
Bairi Company. And we further certify
that "Articles 1 and 4" of the charter
of the said Company were amended by
the unanimous and affirmative vote of
all of the stock holders of the said
Company, so as to change the name of
the said Company to The Wilson Fur
niture Company, and so as to reduce
the capital stock of the said Company
from Fifty Thousand Dollars to Twen
ty-five Thousand Dollars, as shown by
the above amendments,duly adopted,and
as shown by the minutes of the meeting
of the said stock holders, of the said
Comnany, held on-the said date.
In witness whereof, the said Wilson
Jennings Furniture Company, a cor
poration, has caused these amendments
and certificate to be signed by its
president, and its secretary and treas
urer, and its corporate seal to be af
fixed, this,the 30th day of January,
1914.
WlLSON-J ENNINGS FURNITURE CO
By S. G. Wilson, President.
By D. C. Bell, Sec. and Treas.
of
State of Mississippi,
County of Leflore.
This day personally appeared before
me, the undersigned Notary Public in
and for the City of Greenwood, in said
County and State, S. G. Wilson, pres
ident, and D. C. Bell, secretary and
treasurer respectively, Of the corpor
ation known as the Wilson-Jennings
Furniture Company, who acknowledged
that they signed, sealed, and executed
the above and foregoing amendments
of the incorporation, and the above and
foregoing certificate of said amend
ments as their act. and deed, and as the
act and deed of the said corporation, on
this the 30th day of JanuaTy, 1914.
S. I. OSBORN,
Notary Public.
[seal]
CHANCERY NOTICE.
The said final account is now on file
P n thi» office,
State of Mississippi.
To Lula Scales (nee Barry) and Sallie
Barry and Willie Barry, whose
post office addross is unknown.
You are commanded to appear before
the Chancery Court of the County of
Leflore, in said State, on the Fourth
Monday of March, A. D., 1914. then
and there to show cause, if any you
can, why the final account of E M Pur
cell, Administrator of the Estate of
James Barry, deceased, should not be
passed and allowed, and said adminis
trator finally discharged.
This 10th day of January, A D. 1914,
A. R. BEW, Clerk.
CHANCERY NOTICE.
State of Mississippi.
To Mrs Esther Woolbert, and Monroe
Woolbert, Goldie Woolbert, and
Benjamin Woolbert, widow and
minor children, respectively, of H
Woolbert, deceased, whose
office address is Louisville,
tucky:
it
ken*
You are commanded to appear before
the Chancery Court of the County of
Leflore, in said State, on the Fourth
Monday of March, A I), 1914, then and
th . ere 10 show cause, if any you can.
Admiffistrator^t# u 0 «? 81 !'
"Uministrator Of the Estate of H Wooi
' *J 0uW . , n ®t, be passed
„ 'J**?' "j 8Bld Administrator
«'»charged.
I. Ttuî *" ,d account is now
this office.
This TOth day of January AD 1914
A. R. BEW, Clerk. '
From Morgan City. Mi'S ahflllt
Nov ' ,7 - 1913 - one Bay Mare Mule
W year» old, about 15 hands
"tf. ^ W3S dean FOached when
lost.
on file
STRAYED
Information leading to her
covery will be rewarded.
re
Address,
J. D. DILLARD, Ros[$j Com'r.
Schlater. Miss.
Tike The Commonwealth.
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IN TIMES OF PEACE PREPARE FOR WAR.
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OUR STORE. EVERY WEEK FOR A WHOLE YEAR HE
WILL COME INTO YOUR HOME AND TELL YOU ABOUT
OUR GROCERIES. WE HAVE ALWAYS GOT A BIG
CLEAN STOCK OF HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ETC. AND
OUR PRICES WILL ALWAYS SAVE YOU MONEY. WE
HAVE BUT ONE METHOD-TO GIVE YOU A SQUARE
DEAL.
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City Grocery Co .
111 MARKET ST.
GREENWOOD, MISS.
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SPECIAL PRICES ON CUB
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25c Curtain Goods - 17 1-2c&19c
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Greenwood,
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Icc Cream and Carbonated Drinks;
also Bottlers of Coca-Cola.
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ton, UNTIL OCTOBER 1st.
TRY a LOAD of the BEST BURNING
COAL at $4.00 per ton.
The coal which makes
red a hes, $5.00 per
No CE1NKERS, little ASH, good HEAT, an economical fuel
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