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0.0.0 1 THE CENTRAL FRUITSTORE A •SANITARY <. .. 203 MARKET STREET e * IS FILLING A LONG FELT NEED The first Up-To-Date fruit Store Ever in Greenwood. 4 Choicest of fresh fruits Received Daily. . : : Also Candies, Cakes, Nuts, * fish, Oysters, Smokes, end all small grocery accessories. ■ » * 1 > GIVE MEIA TRIAL IS ALL I ASK. JOHN KIRIZE, Proprietor. < ■ < » ». »■ a.».* . ».». » 9 G. E. WRIGHT ICE & GOAL GO. ( Mississippi 'PHONE 45 Greenwood» COAL PRICES: $5.00 Red Ash Coal per ton Nut Coal for Cooking, per ton 3.50 Kentucky Screen E g g, per ton 3.75 •MANUFACTURERS OF' Ice Cream and Carbonated Drinks; also Bottlers of Coca-Cola. [GREENWOOD GROCERY GO.i WHOLESALE GROCERS. < > * > OUR SPECIALTIES: '[ Provisions, Grain, Hay, Flour, Meal, Bagging 6c 7 les j ! -——- ( ► Office: Opposite Y. 6k Ai. V. Depot. j! Warehouses: On Southern and Y. 6k Ai. Y. Tracks, j | GREENWOOD . /MASS. t •o o oooeo«»a»e-oeeoceecaec#»n*ceeeeeoa»»aoc»aaea»oa»aa e 1 It has been proven that GRAIN is a profitable crop, and that it pays to buy SELECTED SEED OATS AND WHEAT Y. T. EGGLESTON Agent for all kinds of Seeds for Fall planting at reasonable prices. RED RUST PROOF and APPLER OATS, and BLUE STEM WHEAT a Specialty. Agent for the largest Hay Shippers in Mississippi. Also Agent for large Flour Mills» and can make low prices in either small or large lots, and would be pleased to have your orders which will have careful attention. PHONE NO. 356 GREENWOOD, MISS. DELTA BANK BUILDING. |< »$< >$< >fo Ofc >$< >$< )^( )^( >^( >0< >] < ) You Need a Tonic H There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take—Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardtii is com posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing Women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for yon. You can't make a mistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tunic Miss Amelia Wilson, RP.D. No. 4» Alma, Aik, says: "I think Carduiis the greatest met for women. Before 1 began to take due on earth, M, I was awful alzzy had so weak; and nervous, as 1 ever did. and as -V AS* She Will Recover ;. I So her doctor said. Her friends and neighbors felt sure of it too. They have used Peruna themselves. and know of its merits. That old cough that haw! ' worried her for years and , years, for which she had taken all sorts of cough medicines, has disappeared. Peruna is doing the work. She will she has recovered. recover. Indeed, Her name Is Mrs. William TIohmann, Chicago, Ills, with catarrh of the bronchial tubes and had a terrible cough ever since a child. As she got older she 2764 Lincoln Avé., She had suffered She grew worse, coughed both winter and sum Had to sit up at night. Could not sleep. "But all that has left me now < Peruna cured me." mer. There are others, and there is a reason. H. J. Selliger, of New Orleans, was in the city this week in the interest of the W. R. Irby Branch of Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co, Mr. Selliger was born and reared here and his many friends are pleased to know that he is get ting along nicely in the business world. o NEGLECT ; the treatment of Piles and the condi tions rapidly becomes worse. Relieve vourself by using «f g» -M=y TRADE MARK PILE REMEDY a remedy of merit and guaranteed to give relief. Sold only by us, 50c and $ 1 . 00 . I. T. McIntyre Drug Co. Greenwood merchants have un usually attractive stocks of goods, and they are selling them at the lowest possible living prices. ■o / Insure your Cotton and Cot ton Seed with W. M. Peteet, the Insurance Man. -o Prof. L. S. Rogers and J. D. Sherborn, two of Scblater's splen divl citucna, nerc in tiro Clty business last Saturday. -o FERNS for sale cheap; apply to No. .107, River Front, in North Greenwood. o Our clever friend, P. B. Peter son, was over from Blaine on business last Friday, and made us an appreciated call while here. -o Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Vour druggist will refund money if PAM OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, 31ind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles in6to 14 days. The first application gives Base and Rest. 30c. -o Rent, Share and Lease Contract Blanks for sale at The Commonwealth office. o Insure your Colton and Cot ton Seed with W. M. Peteet, the Insurance Man. o E. K. Myrick, agent for Packard Cars* ■o ■o Dr. R. E. Birdsong, J. D. Dil ard, Eli Ethridge and Mr. Strick land came down from Schlater to attend the big Pythian meeting Wednesday night. Why's "Gets-H," for Coras, Like a Kiss? Because Everybody Tries It, E very body Likes It, Ufs Painless and Takes But a Moment to Apply. «OMs-IF* la the wonder of the cörtt pestered world. Millions say cause millions have used It. vM nukes it the biggest selling so, n*. That* X V rohe. :4 S it right IUCI» wit* h • a. 1 < - Colonel H. Û geles, Cal., 9t las An ita of Lone ms. Colonel Star, waa here accompanied by Dinkins " that of bringing * who died last 1 back' to Missies ■of his wife, tan Angeles, The remains were the eeme iery at Grenada. J. j Lone Star, went to Gt thefuneral of Mrs. Dfc Hayward, of Ma to attend Mr. and Mrs. & returned from (Ml the Pacific Coast. Mr. Townes grows very eloquent when he tells of the beauties of the sc en ery they saw along the route. J. R. Moreland, J. Ney Poster, Ed ward Porter and Albert M. Hayward went to Greenwood s few nights ago to attend the Masonic Lodge. Townes have trip to When Baby Mas tfet Croup. When a mother is awakened from sound sleep to find her child who has gone to beg apparently In the best of health straggling for breath, she is naturally alarmed*'. Yet if she can keep her presence of mind and give Cham berlain's Cough Remedy every ten minutes until vomiting is produced, quick relief will follow and the child will drop to sleep to awaken in the morning as well as fever. This remedy has been in use for many years with uniform success. Obtainable everwhere. W. F. M. DISTRICT CONFERENCE AT ITTA BENA. The 'annual District Conference of the Woman's Foreign Missionary So ciety was entertained by the Metho dist ladies here yesterday. Luncheon was served in church at noon. At the opening exercises Thursday evening Attorney J. W. Bradford welcomed the delegates and an excellent sermon was delivered by Rev. R. H. Ruff. Mes dames J. E. Thomas and J. B. Ellis were among those who took part in the program yesterday. Of the visiting delegates Miss Mary Daniel, deaconess, Mrs. G. M. Shaw, Mrs. J. F. Crowell, Mrs. W. S. Terry, Miss Louise Dun stan, Mrs, J. W. Conger. Mrs. W. W. Campbell, Mrs. C. A. Neal, Miss F. A. Gardner and Miss DeLoach were par ticipants on the program.— Itta Bena Times, 15th inst. -o Chronic Constipation. About two years ago when I began using Chamberlain's Tablets I had been suffering for some time with stomach trouble and chronic constipation. My condition improved rapidly through the use of these tablets. Since taking four bottles of them my health has been fine", writes Mrs. John Newton, Irving, N. Y. Obtainable eyerwhere. ■ ft bj fo #!U0 ê 44 Messrs. * and Ben ov.uia m city Wed ■- -.HlW ter friends, nesday. <y BRONCHIAL COLD Yields To Delicious Vinol Philadelphia, Pa.—"Last Fall I was troubled with a very severe bronchial cold, headaches, backache, and sick to my stomach. I was so bad I became alarmed and tried several medicines, also a doctor, but did not get anv relief. A friend asked me to try Vinol and it brought tiie relief which I craved, so now I am enjoying perfect health."— Jack G Singleton. We guarantee Vinol, our delicious cod Ihrer and iron tonic without oil, for chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis. S. L. Raines, Druggist, Greenwood. O' Hon. H. H. Nabors and W. T. Williams were over from Itta Bena on business Wednesday. —o Insure your Cotton andCot ton Seed with W. M. „Peteet, the Insurance Man. INDIANOLA TOCSIN, OCT. 14. Mra. P. F. P. Herring spent Thurs day in Greenwood. A. B. Smith spent Thursday in Greenwood on business. Maury Humphreys, of Greenwood, was a aocial visitor here Sunday. Mias Ladle Stoner, of Greenwood, was the guest of Mra. Joe Roberts Sunday. Mesdames Faiaon Smith and Warner Holt went to Greeuwood Thursday evening. Miss Alice Priestley, of Greenwood, waa the week-end guest of Misa De Lyle Elliott. Our football team met its first defeat in Greenwood last*Friday. The score was 19-7. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roberts and little Sh e la h , returned Monday morning from Greenwood. Misses Rebecca and Marion Smith went to Greenwood Sunday to visit friends. Miss Rebecca Smith and Mrs. Ennis Tanner spent Thursday with Greenwood friends. W. D. Johnson, of Quito, has been in the city several days the guest of relatives. Mrs. Henry Kart, and son, Henry Ward, motored ovgr to Greenwood one dar this w an k * • Mr. and M. Garrard and Garrard . * * ; Wednesday will be the i eûtes, Mr. tor the next st; SË& .■ - m . T*-' \ ■> .■■■ « ■■ I ReaeivUig the report of tie Election Commissioners of the election held Oc-, tober tike 8th, IMS, at which was sub mitted for approval tike ordinance in | relation to the issuance of bonds for the purpose of liquidating the floating indebtedness of the Greenwood Public Schools; Whereas, on Tuesday, August 17th, 1915, the same being a regular meeting of the Council of the City of Green wood, Mias., the following ordinance, to-wit: 1 AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE In relation to the issuance of bonds for the purpose of liquidating floating indebtedness of the G wood public schools. Whereas, the Council of the City of Greenwood, Mississippi, desires to is sue bonds of the City of Greenwood, to the amount of $16,000.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the purpose of liquidating the floating in debtedness of the Greenwood public schools; and. Whereas, it appears that the council did publish notice of the proposal to issue said bonds in The Greenwood Commonwealth, a newspaper published in the City of Greenwood, Mississi for three (3) weeks next preceding me 7th day of September, A. D. 1915; and, Whereas, it appears that within the time aforesaid 20 per cent, of the adult tax-payers did not petition against the issuance of said bonds; and. Whereas, it appears from the assess ment roll of the said City of Green wood, that the said $16,000.00 proposed to be issued when added to all of the outstanding bonds of the City of Greenwood, the proceeds of which have not been invested in enterprises pro ducing or having sufficient revenues over and above all operating expenses to pay the interest on these bonds, does not exceed in amount 7 per cent, of the assessed value of the taxable property of said City of Greenwood; Mississippi. Now, therefore, be it ordained by the council of the City of Greenwood, Miss issippi; First, That $16,000.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary of the bonds of the City of Greenwood be is sued for the purpose of liquidating the floating indebtedness of the Greenwood public schools, which bonds shall be issued in the sum of five hundred ($500.00) dollars, and shall mature on the first day of November, 1935. Second, Said bonds shall be dated 1st day of November, 1915, and bear interest at the rate of five per cent, per annum from date, said interest shall be paid on the 1st day of Novem ber annually. Third, Said bonds shall be litho graphed, and signed by the Mayor and countersigned by the Clerk of the City of Greenwood, Mississippi, who shall impress the municipal seal on said bonds and interest coupons shall be attached to each coupon; interest coupon shall have*the lithographed sig nature of the Mayor and Clerk, and the lithographed signatures shall in all re spects be as binding on the City of Greenwood, as the original signatures of the Mayor and Clerk City of Greenwood would be. Each bond shall specify on its face the purpose for which it is issued, and each bond shall be made payable to bearer. Approved this the 7th day of Sep tember, 1915. G. L. RAY, Mayor. Attest: Warner Wells, Clerk. Filed August 17th, 1915. WARNER WELLS, Clerk. wns introduced in _ #* , . » « . was adopted by the ;Councrf" an-ÜTrea^ Clerk the reen i, of the said at a regular meeting of the Council ot the City of Greenwood, and was filed and remained un file with the City Clerk for the public inspection for two weeks, and was finally passed and adopted by the Council of the City of Greenwood, on the 7th day of Septem ber, 1915, and approved by G. L. Ray, Mayor, and Attested by Warner Wells, City Clerk; and, Whereas, after the passage and ap proval of the foregoing ordinance pro viding for the issuance of the bonds of said City of Greenwood, the Mayor and Council of said City did pass an order, ordering an election to be held on Oc tober 8th, 1915, said date being thirty days after the passage and adoption of said ordinance by said Mayor and Coun cil of the said City, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of the City of Greenwood, Miss., said or dinance in relation to the issuance of said bonds, as aforesaid, and appoint ing M. B. Grace, and J. G. Gillespie and Littleton Upshur, as election commissioners to hold said election with M. B. Grace designed as commissioner, to have tickets of said election printed as distributed; and, Whereas, the Council of the City of Greenwood, gave notice of said election as required by law; and, Whereas, said election commission ers gave notice of said election; and, Whereas, proof of publication of said notice, aforesaid has been filed by The Commonwealth, a newspaper published in the City of Greenwood, Miss.; and. Whereas, said election commissioners have made report to the Council of the City of Greenwood, of the result of said election, showing there were 134 votes cast, at said election, and that 128 votes, being more than a majority of thos$ voting in said election have voted for the approval of said ordinance above set out, said ordinance being in relation to the issuance of bonds for the purpose of liquidating the floating indebtedness of the Greenwood Public Schools. Be it ordained by the Council of the .City of Greenwood, Mississippi; First. That the report of the elec tion commissieners appointed to hold by the the election, as aforesaid, be and the same ü hereby received and adopted, »mH R ü farther adjudged that all legal requirements relating to said election have been fully complied with, and that a majority of the voters who voted in Enid election, did vote for the approval ef said ordinance in relation to the js suance of the bonds for the purpose of liquidating the floating indebtedness of the Public Schools of the City of Green-, wood. Second. Be k further ordained by thé Council of the said Çity, that the report of the said eloptionfecesrainnon ers and proof of publication of said — i eofeaaaJ f DU 9BWN \ S'»»* Aft 'V, - - ft the Mimâtes of this Council end the Ordinance Book of the C5ty of Green wood, Third. That this ordinance take ef ,ect "A*» *n fall *»» " provided by law. Passed October 19th, 1915, Recorded October 20th, 1915. G. L. RAY/Mayor. Attest: Warner Wells, Clerk. ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OP J. C. CROWELL. Letters of Administration having been granted on the 15th day of Octo ber, 1915, by the Chancery Court of Leflore County, Mississippi, to the un dersigned upon the estate of James C. Crowell, of Greenwood, Mississippi, deceased, notice is hereby given to mil persons having claims against said täte to present the same to the clerk of the said Court for probate and regis tration according to law within one year from this date, or they will be forever barred. This the 16th day of October. 1915. DAISYE L. CROWELL, Administratrix. Gardner, McBee & Gardner, Sols. es PEOPLE ASK US what is the best hair tonic. .We al ways recommend grHaS T MARK TN HAIR TONIC We know the formula and it is a good one. Sold only by us, 50c and $1.00 I. T. McIntyre Drug Co. ■o Residence for Sale. Six-room residence, corner Gibbs and Dewey streets, with modern conven iences. Apply to D. C. PETEET. o Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chiU Tonic is equally valuable General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic properties of QUININB and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds np the Whole System. SO cents. as a Seed Wheat For Sale $1.50 per bushel S. F. Jones, Greewood, Miss. rnuiic ^*o£>o. DR. MOFFETT'S TEETHINA ~ TEETHING POWDERS FULL DIRECTIONS IN EACH BOX FOR Cholera Infantum, Dysentery Cholera Morbus, Worms Diarrhoea and Constipation. WRITE FOR OUR FREE MOTHER'S BOOK A B b a ° b u * G J. MOFFETT MEDICINE CO. ST. LOUIS, MO. •M-H* PHONE OR WRITE FOR PRICES ON STRAIGHT CARS-MIXED CARS—HOUSE BILLS 0 4 ENOCHS & WDBTMAN ! MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALERS ? LUMBER AHD BUILDING MATERIAL x i :: »% •> • • JACKSON. MISS. LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE R. A. CHAMBERS JACKSON *• 3) < /• « ' Victoria Simp* Slate M E TA L SH INGLEvS CORTRIGHT shown above are The four designs of Cortright Metal Shingles made in any of the fallowing ways: 1. Stamped from Tin-plate and painted Red. 2. Stamped from Tin-plate and painted Green. 3. Stamped from Tin-plate and Galvanized by a hand-dipping process. 4. Stamped from special tight-coated Galvanized Sheets. "Each and evéry genuine Cortright Metal Shingle is embomed with this Trade-mark, " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Of." For Sole by as L. /. BRADDOCK Greenwood, - Mississippi A • .. •K ' personal mention. Don't fail to enter the contest for the |S0 prize, Nov. 4th. ■o C. W. Mullen, one of our clever Avalon friends, was here on busi ness yesterday. ■o Capt. W. A. Swift was up from Swiftown on business the first of the week. Hon. W. J. Miller, of Jackson, was a business visitor here the first of the week. The new Overlands are taking every where. -o Capt. E. N. Kearney was down from his plantation home on busi ness Wednesday. J. L. McMillan, one of Carroll county's best citizens, was a busi ness visitor here last Friday. ■o Tbs That ! Because of its tonic TIVB BROMO QUININE is better than ordinary Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor rinsing in head. Remember the full name and look for the aignature of B. W. GROVE. 33c. "as Not Affsct The Head laxative effect, LAXA -o If its $50 you need, ask about the Dickens Day Contest, Novem ber 4th. ■o E. K. Myrick—Ford Cars. -o Our friend, L. E. Fancher, was a pleasant and substantial caller at this office Tuesday. -o Residence for Rent. Apply at Reiman House for terms» etc. J. D. Lanham has had some de cided improvements made in his up-to-date electrical and plumb ing establishment. o E. K. Myrick—Best Grade Gas. -o Hon. E. V. Hughston, of Greenwood, was appointed as special Judge to try some cases in which Judge Everett was disqualified and served as such of ficer yesterday.—Indianoia Enterprise, 14th inst. -o Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out M&laria.enriches the blood .and builds upthe sys tem. A true tonic. For adults and children. Me -o J. L. Sanderson, the capable fore man of the Indianoia Tocsin, was a visitor to Greenwood the first of the week, and made The Commonwealth a pleasant call while here. ■o E. K. Myrick—Presto. Exchange. Dr. J. S. Rosenthal was a recent vis itor to Lexington relatives and friends. ■O' J. W. Haley made a business visit to Lexington one day last week. ■o The Memphis News-Scimitar delivered daily by carrier 40c per month. Phone 14. -o Automobile for Land. A good Automobile for a piece of land in country or for house and lot in Greenwood. Apply at this office for further particulars.