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and how it actually works for you The active principle of Gold Dust is a valuable antiseptic cleansing agent. It actually works. crevices where fingers and washcloths can't reach. It permeates and dissolves dirt, grease and grime everywhere and it cleans and brightens everything. Um Geld Dust not only for waohiaf diahee, but for washing bathtubs and bathroom fixtures, scrubbing floors, washing woodwork, cleaning and freshening linoleum and oilcloth, cleaning and brightening pots, pans and cooking utensils, giving luster to glassware—in short, for any and every cleaning and brightening purpose. 5c and larger packages sold everywhere eSOEFAI RBANK3B5HEJ MAKERS It gets into the little corners and m » 6 »nv.ii , [ll Lotthm GOLD OUST TWmM >09 THE COMMONWEALTH. PERSONAL MENTION. Go to Sunday School on May 9th. -O Mr. M. E. Robertson was over from Itta Bena on business Mon day. o Hon. R. C. Townes was down from his Omega plantation home on business the first of the week. -o Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hyman spent Sunday in Lexington with relatives. o Miss Flora Reiman has re turned from Yazoo City where she was the guest of relatives. O Mr. Abe Bernstein spent Sun day in Jackson, the guest of Mr. Laz. Kahn. Mrs. J. P. Bates entertained a few friends with 500 on Tuesday afternoon. o Mrs. Tyson will entertained at an auction bridge party this Friday afternoon. o Messrs. E. B. Clark and W. G. Poindexter, of Morgan City, were business visitors here Tuesday. o The will serviee at the Catholic church Sunday, May 2nd, as follows: Low Mass at 8 a.m.. High Mass at 10 a.m. Evening services at 7:30 o'clock. All are invited to attend. ECONOMY GROCERY PHONE NO. 685 501 MAIN STREET CASH PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 1915. SUBJECT TO MARKET CHANGES 50c Almonds, shelled, per lb Amnonia, per bottle .... Apples, No. 3 can . Apples, choice Evaporated, per lb. Apple Butter, Hirsch 's small.- 09c Apricots, Oak, No. 2-\ can Asparagus Tips, Belmonte, 1 lb. can.. . Asparagus, Hillsdale, round can... .Hacon, Breakfast, cut, per lb. . 29c B.won, Bactin, Baco n, poney, cut, per lb.... Baco. i, poney, whole pc., per lb. 19c Bacon, poney, sliced per lb.. Baking Powder, 8 oz. Good Luck.. 16 oz. " 8 oz. Royal.. 16 oz. " .-. 8 oz. Rumford. 16 oz. Baked Bean s, Campbells.. Beans, Lima . Loose, per lb ... Beans, Lima, No. 2 can .. Beans, Navy, loose, per lb. Beans, Red KU 'ney, No. 2 can Beans, string, F °- 2 can. Beets, No. 3 can . Blackberries, No. 2 can. Bluing, per box . _. Bon Ami, per cake.. .. Borax, 20-mule-team, P* r pkg.— 04c Bread, per loaf 5c, 2 Ik ' r . Brooms, good values, A c *° — Buckwheat, per pkg. „...* . Burners, for No. 1 lamp - .— Burners, for No. 2 lamp ... —. Butter, A & M Creamery . —- ~ Cake Coloring, 10c bottle .. - - Candles, 4 for. Castor Oil, 10c bottle. Catsup, Van Camps, 16 ox..... Catsup, Van Camps, 8 ox.__ ~ ©8c . 09c 08c _ 24c 23c 15c whole, per lb ... 28c sliced, per lb ... 32c .... 20c 23c 04e 08c t i 44 24c 44 47c 4 4 4 4 13c 24c 09c 09c 10c . 08c 09c 16c _ He 69c . 04c 09c 09c 55c lie _ 04c 05c .... 37c 09c 05c 07c 21c ECONOMY GROCERY PHONE NO. 685. v-' GREENWOOD, MISS. 501 MAIN M MM - Hon. J. G. McGuire, represent ing E. C. Palmer & Co., of New Orleans, was here Wednesday. Mr. J. D. Duncan visited his Sunflower plantation at Inverness last Sunday. ■o Assessor Harris Gray was a business visitor to Jackson last Tuesday. -o Col. Albert Aron was a busi ness visitor to Greenville one day last week. -O Mrs. S. P. Southworth and Mr. H. H. Southworth were up from Phillipston plantation Wednesday. -o Our good friend, Mr. E. Q. Bow man, was over from Itta Bena on business last Saturday. O Messrs. J. L. McMillan and W. J. Ruscoe, two of our clever Car roll county friends, were in the city Tuesday. -o Deputy U. S. Revenue Collector T. J. Wyatt was among his many Green wood friends the first of the week. it o Julius Hyman, of Greenwood, was a Sunday visitor to I. Hyman, and family.—Lexington Adver tiser. Estimates Furnished on Request. ADAM CARRUTH Painter and Paper Hanger, Kalsomining and Decorating. Telephone 249, Greenwood, Miss. . 20c Catsup, Puck, 16 oz.... Catsup, Bull Head, small bottle ... 09c Celery Salt, per bottle Celery Seed, per pkg.. Cheese, American, Cream, per lb. 22c Cherries, Maraschino flavor, bottle 23c Cherries, sour pitted. No. 2 can ... 17c Cherries, Merrimac, white, No. 2 09c 04c . 28c can Chicken Feed, for hens, 100 lbs. ... $2.35 per lb.2 3-4c " little chick, 100 lbs. ..$2.65 " " per lb_ 03c .._ 09c .... 09c 4« 4 4 44 44 Chile Con Carne, No. 1 can. Chili Powder, (Mexene).... Chimneys, for No. 1 lamp. Chimneys, for No. 2 lamp. Chipped Beef, No. 1-2 can Corned Beef, can —. Corned Beef Hash, can.. Chocolate, Walter Baker's, 1-4 lb 10c Chocolate, Walter Baker's, 1-2 lb 20c Chocolate, Hersheya, 5c 2 for Chow Chow, large jar.,. Cleanser, Old Dutch .. Cleanser, Octagon, 5c 2 for... Cocoa, Walter Baker's, 1-5 lb can 09c Cocoa, Walter Baker's, 1-2 lb can 22c Cocoa, Hershey's, 1-5 lb can- 09c Cocoa, Hershey's, 1-2 lb can.- 22c Cocoanut, Dunham's Shred 1-8 lb.. 04c Cocoanut, Dunham's Shred 1-4 lb_ 08c Cod Fish, B & M Fish Flakes. 09c Coffee, French Market, 1 lb can ... 23c 6 O'clock, 1 lb can — Morning Joy, 1 lb can Silver Moon, 1 lb can- 34c 3 lb can- 96c 04c .... 07c 15c 24c 13c 09c .... 16c 09c 09c 30c 44 33c 44 44 4a 44 ... 85c 3 lb can .... 1.00 Grand Dame, A lb can 44 44 a 4 44 Cooking Oil, Wesson, 2 lb can Corn, standard, 2 lb can--— ... 08c pride of Illinois, 8 lb can_ 10c 44 Mrs. Ed Shaddock and Miss An nie Stigler spent Tuesday in the aUuring shops of the Queen Delta city.—Lexington Advertiser. Mrs. C. Dunn, of Greenwood, was the guest of Mrs. H. L. Watts Wednesday while en route to Jackson.—Winona Times. -O Mr. and Mrs. Trowbridge, of. Providence, R. L, were guests of ! Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Humphrey for several days the past week. -o Mr. Malcolm McIntyre, a popu lar New Orleans drummer, visited relatives and friends here Tues day. ■o Mrs. W. W. Harrison and chil dren, of Memphis, are the guests of Mrs. Lallie H. Humphreys and family this week. o Mr. E. N. Kearney and family were d own from their plantation home, near Money, a few hours Wednesday afternoon. -U Gen. S. R. Keesler returned the latter part of last week from a visit of several days to North Car olina and other points East. Mr. W. M. Garrard, a prominent citizen of Indianola, was among his many Greenwood friends a few hours Tuesday. o Mr. J. E. Dennis has returned home from Meridian, very much improved in health, and will now actively resume his campaign for Tax-Assessor. -o Rev. J. E. Cunningham was called to Jackson Wednesday to assist in conducting the funeral of Mrs. Virgil Howie, who died the previous day. ■o Hon. W. M. Whittington and pretty little daughter, Mary, vis ited relatives and friends at Mead ville, Clinton and Jackson during the past week. -o Mrs. W. C. Jones, of Green wood, came over Friday on a vis it to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Weeks, Mr. Jones coming Sun day.—Lexington Advertiser. -o Messrs. W. S. Wingfield O. F. Bledsoe, Jr., Oscar Bernander, M. S. McLean, A. O. Peterson and Baird Wilson, prominent citizens and planters, were in the city Tuesday. _ 12c Corn Club House, 2 lb can ... " loose, per peck . " Flakes, Kellogg's 2 for Cottolene, medium size. " small size . 27c 19c 58c . 29c . 1.45 44 large sise .. Crabs, McMenmain's No. 1 can ..... 25c 09c Crackers, loose, per lb ... Cream of Tartar, 5c pkg Crisco, small size.. medium size. 04c ..... 23c . 46c 4« 92c " large size ..... Currants, No. 12 pkg . Cakes & Crackers, 10c pkg Cakes & Crackers, 5c pkg 2 for .... 09c Dates, No. 12 pkg . Extract, imitation, 10c kind. 07c 09c 09c . 10c 5c 04c 44 4 4 pure lemon, 10c kind pure vaniia. 10c kind. 09c Club House lemon. 22c Silver Moon vaniia Flour. Pansy or Snow Drop 12 lb 58c Pansy, 24 lb sacks .. 1.15 " Pansy, 1-2 bbl. (Pansy is extra fancy patent and as good as any flour) Fly Paper, 3 double sheets for. Fruit Coloring, bottle —.. Gelatine, Knox's —. Gold Dust, 2 5c pkga for. 09c Gold Dust, 25c pkg ... Grape Juice, Puritan, 50c size ...... Grape Juice, Puritan, 25c size. 20c Grape Juice, Puritan, 10c size . Grape Fruit, 54 size, 7c 4 for. Grits, 10c size, per pkg. Grits, 25e size, per pkg Gum, per pkg.-. Hams, a good one, per lb. Ham, Underwood's deviled, can ... 15c Herring, in tomato sauce, can- 09c Hominy, old mammy. No. 8 can ... 07c 09c 44 44 44 22c 44 44 4.50 05c . 09c 12c 23c 35c 07c 25c 09c _. 24c 04c 18c t NEW PRICES OF ICE ; t EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 1915 i t Having completed our New P l ant, we submi t the following prices for Ice Coupon Books; i % o a 5 t $15.75 BOOKS CONTAINING 15-300 LB. COUPONS. 4500 LBS. BOOKS CONTAINING 20—100 LB. COUPONS. 2000 LBS. BOOKS CONTAINING 40—25 LB. COUPONS. 1000 LBS. BOOKS CONTAINING 20-25 LB. COUPONS. 500 LBS. BOOKS CONTAINING 100—5 LB. COUPONS. 500 LBS. t i 8.00 t t 4.50 t 2.25 ? 3.50 t These prices are cash on delivery of b ooks . Special prices on large quantities taken at one delivery. t t t C. E. WRIGHT ICE & COAL CO. 20 YEARS OF QUALITY AND SERVICE t \ GREENWOOD, MISS. PHONE 45. } Mr. S. I. Brown, one of the fifth district's splendid planters and popular citizens, was transacting business here Monday and made this office an appreciated call. -o Mr. M. P. Caskey, of near Poca hontas, was in the city a few hours last Saturday en route to Philipp, and received a most cor dial reception at the hands of his many friends while here. -o Rev. Mr. Bell, pastor of the Schlater Methodist church, was in the city last Friday, the guest of Rev. J. E. Cunningham and fam ily, and made this office a pleas ant call while here. 22c Honey, strained, 25c jar . Ink, Carter's, bottle . Jair pure fruit, large jar. Jam, compound, 10c kind Jelly, compound, 10c kind. " pure apple, 10c glass ... " Club House, small glass. 11c " Club House, large glass 04c 22c 08c . 08c . 09c 22c 09c Jello, assorted flavors Jello Ice Cream Powder. 09c Kellogg's Shredded Wheat Bis ... 13c Kraut, No. 3 can . Lamp Wicks, No. 1 size, 6 for. . 09c 05c 05c " 2 " 5 " 44 44 Lard, compound, loose, per lb.9 3-4c 45c No. 4 pail No. 10 pail. 1.05 4« 14c " pure, country style, lb " 5 lb pail 73c 10 1b " 1.45 4 4 4a 44 4 « 4 4 . 15c Lemons, fancy Messina, doz Lobsters, 1 lb can. Lunch Tongue, No. 1-2 can Lye, 5c can . Macaroni, Skinner's, 5c pkg. 04c Mackerel, very fancy ...:. Maple Sprup, Club House . Matches, searchlight, box. Meal, cream, 38 lb sack . " peck, 12 lbs . 30c Meat, dry salt, clear bellies per lb 14c Milk, condensed, Dime Brand .... 09c Eagle " 17c 37c 23c 04c 08c 55c .... 04c 90c 44 44 44 Evaporated, baby size large size Mince Meat, condensed, 10c pkg... 09c Molasses, blue label Karo, No. 2 09c " 5 ... 23c 04c 09c 4« 44 44 44 2 ... 11c 44 red U-No-Me No. 2 can_ 10c " 5 44 . 28c 44 pure sugar cane, Ba co ts, No. 21-2 can ... 19c Last Saturday evening a dance , was tendered Miss Jones at the" Vahalla Club, prior to her return to college. Miss Elma Jones has returned ! to Atlanta, Ga., to resume her studies at Washington Seminary. Miss Bettie Boyd, Annie L. Rob- j erts, Kathryn Smith, Kathleen Gist and Whitney Smith all of Greenwood spent Saturday and Sunday in our city the guests of relatives and friends. Water Yal- ^ ley Herald. j i Piles Cured In 6 to.14 Days | Your druggist will refund money if PAZO ; OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Frotruding Pilesin6 to 14days. The first application gives Ease and Rest. SOc. -o ■o Molasses pure sug cne Bac. No 5 34c " " " " " " 10 62c 21c Mops, 16 oz. common " " Thread.. 28c Mushrooms, 1st choice, large .... " " " medium ... 20c . 15c 34 c " individuals . Mustard, Coleman's dry, 10c size 09c 04c 5c size, dry . prepared, 10c jar. 09c 09c Okra, No. 2 can " & Tomatoes, No. 2 can. 09c Olive Oil, Pompeian, 25c tin. 22c " Plagniol, bottle . 33c Oil, machine, lightning . 08c ; Oatmeal, Quaker or Puck . 10c | 09c 20c 10c Oil kerosene, per gallon Olives, 10c size bottle " 25c " 04c : Oranges, Florida Valencias doz sm 30c " " 44 150 sze 40c I 08c ' 23c Onions, dry per pound Oysters, No. 1 can . " large can Peaches, Delmonte No. 2 1-2 can 44 Club House " Yellew Cling " " " Pie No. 2 1-2 or 3 23c 33c J 20c 09c I 08c j 20c j 10c 44 Table, No. 2 can Peas, black eyed, per pound 44 GUlet's imported per can 44 Club House ex. sifted No 2 21c • ♦ " " " 44 " 1| 17c 17c 44 2 44 Silver Moon 44 " 44 May Day No. 2 can Pickles, sweet 10c bottle 44 sour 10c bottle 44 Monarch 20c bottle 44 Telmo, 20c bottle 44 sour loose, per dozen 44 sweet mixed per quart Peanut Buttar small size 44 large size 09c 09c 09c 15c 15c 06c 23c 09c 23c 4 4 Read the Mayor's proclamation. secretary of the Y. M. C. A., and Judge E. V. Hughston of Green woo d were in Grenada Sunday Mr. Blake W. Godfrey, State and addressed a meeting for men and boys at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon.—Sen tinel. Mr. W. B. Watkins, of Aber d e en, was in the city a few hours Tuesday, having spent the previ ous night with Mr. G. V. Flowers and family, on his plantation near the city. His many friends here , , . , , . ... regret that he COUld not Stay With . US Longer. o 27c Pears, Delmonte No. 2 1-2 can Pepper, black, ground 5c pkg Pepper Sauce, 10c bottle Pickles Dill, No. 2 1-2 can Pimentoes, can Pineapple, sliced, small can " grated " " " sliced No. 2 can " grated " " Plum Pudding, C House No 1 can Polish, Baby Elite " Shinola 04c 07c 12c 10c 10c 10c 18c 18c 25c 07c 07c 08c 12c 11c 09c 12c " 2-in-l for white shoes " for tan or ox blood Potatoes, sweet fine No. 3 can Irish, per peck, 15 lbs Prunes, 50-60s per pound Puffed Rice, package Puffed Wheat, package 07c 25c 121c 14c Pumpkin, No. 3 can Raisins, seeded, Fey No. 16 pkg Rice, extra fancy head, per lb Sage, rubbed, per package Salad Dressing. Durkee's picnic " Durkee's medium 7,c 04c 09c 26c 09c Salmon, Peacock, small flat can 14c 4 Chums, No. 1 tall can Club House, tall can Salt, loose 7 pounds for " ice cream, 7 pounds for " table, 3 pound package 20c 05c Sapolio, kitchen Sardines, American Bassett French 05c 04c 09c 04c 20c 44 Peacock 44 44 Norwegian smoked Sauce, chili, Club House brand 44 Lee & Perrin's Worcester 4 4 Tobasco 11c 10c 22c 28c 40c 09c Sausage, Vienna style 44 in Tom see 10c 23 c 11c Shredded Wheat, per package Shrimp, dry. No. 1 can Mr. and Mtb. Hugh Jackson Jen nings and Mrs. Carrie Webb, of Sum ner, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis D. Webb and children, of Webb, went to Greenwood, last Friday, to poy their respects to the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Webb, who, in honor of Mrs. Carrie Webb, has been named Carrie Buford Webb.—Sumner Progress-Herald. -o Architect McGeoy, of Green wood building circles, has of late been giving his talented attention to the plans of the splendid Weaver Wholesale Co's, fine new home. a peer with his potent pencil, as many structures throughout the State will attest.—Lexington Ad vertiser. 4 4 Mr. McGeoy is without M Sifters, wood rim Soap, star 5c 6 for " fairy 5c 2 for white naptbia 5c 2 for " clairette " Ivory 6c 2 for " Octagon, 5e 6 for 44 Grandpa, 5c 2 for 44 Toilet 5c cake 11c 25c 09c 09c 04c 09c 25c 09c 03c Soda, Arm & Hammer big nickel 04c Spaghetti, Skinner's, 5c package 04c " No. 1 can Spices, assorted 5e package Soup, Campbells Starch, Argo 5c package " Celluloid 5c package 44 Kingsford's corn per pkg 09e " Lump, per pound Sugar, 15 pounds for Tea, gunpowder pinhead per lb " 10c package 1-4 pound package per pkg 09c 04c 09e 04c 04c 04c 1.00 60c 09c 18c 44 36c 1-2 Tapioca, Pearl package Toilet paper, extra large roll " " large roll 6 for Tomatoes, No. 2 can 7c 2 for 09c 08c 25c 13c 10c 44 3 44 Tomato Paste, 4c 2 for Tooth Picks, 5c package Tripe, No. 3 can Tuna Fish, No. 1 can Turpentine. 10c seller Vinegar, apple, quart bottle Vinegar, apple, gallon Wash Boards, 801 Brass King Washing Powder, Octagon, 2 for Star Naptha 2 fr 09c Gold Dust 2 for 09c 07c 04c 24c 20c 07c 08c 25c 30c 09c 4 4 04e Yeast, Magic brand Vegetables—ASK US.