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iqRowu, BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar - Absolutely Pure : fbramtal atth ^nrirtg ■ Nntra. Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Hamilton, of Shellmound, were in the city Wedneseay. o E. K. Myrick—Vulcanizing. Mrs. T M. Curry returned Sat urday from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Alabama. O Mrs. John A. Tyson was called to Denver Colo., Wednesday, on account of the sudden death of her brother-in-law, Mr. Hum phrey. -©■ Mrs. Ed. Jones and son, Ed ward, Jr., and Mrs. E. H. Dean, of Schlater, were in the city yes terday and made The Common wealth an appreciated call. -o Mr. and Mrs. Harry McClain and j Unie daughter, Lelah Francis, of Greenwood, are the guests of Mr. j and Mrs. W. H. McClain.—Green ville Democrat, 19th inst. Mrs. Ike Stein returned home last week from a m st delightful visit to relatives and friends at Dayton and other points in Ohio, and also in Chicago. Mr, and Mrs. G. P. Elliott went To Grenada Sunday in their car to spend the day with their daugh ter, Miss Grace, who came back with them, returning to school Monday morning. 1 W U ; ¥ ilL psisna ii ÜL iiiliilllliik Æ a Jüi ÏJ The many uses of s m im r j GOLD DUST fM ^=1 The Active Gleaner r ii P Use Gold Dust with the fullest confidence for— a nnüni! Hi: n Cleaning bathtubs, wash basins, tiling, bathroom faucets and fixtures of nickel or brass, etc. Washing glassware, win dows and mirrors, etc. Cleaning and sweeteping refrigerators. Gold Dust does not mar nor scratch even the finest polished surface. For cleaning floors or other woodwork, dissolve a table spoonful of Gold Dust in a pail of hot water. Follow the simple directions on the package. Washing dishes. Scrubbing floors, linoleum, and cleaning windows, painted walls, etc. Cleaning pots, pans and skiUets, all kitchen utensils of tin, aluminum or enamel ware, the kitchen stove, sink, etc. •SS8! 4 ii Hill ill* ftf § te sisa Gold Dust is inexpensive and indispensable BEEXEFAIRBANK3 W7Xï* t _ O tfcv est Workers, on Wednesday, was quite a unique and interesting af fair, and netted the Society about ! Mrs. W. R. Chandler is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. E. Mills, in Greenville this week. 7—O The Parcel Post Sale given by the Work Committee of the Earn $45.00. -o Mrs. B. H. Mathews of Heming way, Mrs. Dr. J. H. McLean of Oklahoma City, and Mrs. J. H. ; Caldwell of Charleston, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. j Spivey and Capt. H. H. Estes, and ^ other relatives here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Ray and Miss Margaret Chapman spent Sunday in Greenwood, the guests of relatives and friends—Indianola Enterprise. 14th inst. i o Mr lnd Mrs E T B .ck s trom, Mrs. Pauline Steele and and Frank Steele made an auto triD to Greenwood Herald-Progress, 14th inst. two sons, Woods Tuesday. — Sumner on Don't send your kodak films out of the State. Leave them with us. 'We guarantee promptness and satisfaction. THE SPURRIER STUDIO. -o Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Townes of Philipp, Mrs. B. C. Duncan of Grenada, and Mrs. B. T. Sayre of Chattanooga, Tenn., returned home on Wednesday of last week f&m San Francisco, Cal. They left San Diego Sept. 26, making the trip in less than sixteen days in v a Chalmers car. AUCTION BRIDGE PARTY. Mr. and Mrs. C. Dunn enter tained on last Tuesday evening in their pretty new home on Wash ington street. Six tables of Auc tion Bridge were arranged in the spacious living room which had been tastily decorated with ferns and flowers. After an interesting game Mrs. Robt Dunn was the lucky win ner of the ladies prize, and Mr. B. B. Provine the gentleman's prize, and Mrs. Provine drew the consolation. A delicious salad course was faultlessly served. The following guests were present: r. and Mrs. S. L. Gwin, Dr. and rs. E. W. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Provine, Mr. and Mrs. Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Arps, Mr. and Mrs. Cheese, Mr. and Mrs. Curry, Mr. and Mrs. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Free man, and Mr. and Mrs. Hobbs. S -o JEFFREYS—KIMBROUGH. Dr. and Mrs. Barnard Shipp Holt of Duncan, Miss., announce the engage ment and approaching marriage of their sister, Genevieve Jeffreys, to Mr. William Morgan Kimbrough of Green wood, Miss., the wedding to take place the latter part of November.—Com mercial Appeal. 17th inst. The Commonwealth joins the many friends and admirers of this popular y° un g couple in extending hearty con gratula ^ ni in adv ?" ce f their happy union of hearts and hands. -o AUSTIN - FREEMAN. Mrs. Willie Crenshaw Austin an( j Mr. j H. Freeman were mar r i e d a t the home of the bride in this city on the evening of the j8th instant—Dr. Edward Mc Crady officiating. The many friends of this popular couple unite in extending them hearty Pon „ ra t.ilations and wi^he ■ con g ratu J atl ons an ^ Debt WlShe.,, \ n . w , lca * ne Commonwealth joins them. LEHR-MILLER. Miss Gertrude Lehr and Mr. Eugene L. Miller were united in marriage last week by Rev J. R Hughes. We join the friends and acquaintances of the happy young couple in extending congratula tions and best wishes. Quite a number of new sub scribers are being enrolled on The Commonwealth's books every week, evidencing the confidence which our people have in this Great Religious Weekly. "... ' I.- -' % muir all their own 4 m They're extra mild. They're extra mellow. And no won der t Picayunes is peculiarly good. And it is kept good because we allow it to age naturally so that its delicious mildness and full character is retained in Picayunes. Youll find that Pica yunes have a good taste that no other cigarette has quite been able to attain. used ii) f iu, . 5** '***?» 0A&<Wa. 3* % W. R. Irby, Branch Naw Orleans m jjfè. 'il II o for S c . * Cic Barettes m BRISTER-KÈLLY. Miss Elve Brister and Mr. Gid Kelly were last week united in marriage by Rev. *£*12. Cunning ham. The Commonwealth wishes for this happy young couple a full realization of their fondest an ticipations in life. -o Miss Frank Wiggins, who holds a responsible position in the Greenwood Exchange of The Cumberland Tele phone & Telegraph Co., spent Sunday within the Holmes county circle of friends. Miss Wiggins was one of the most efficient and deservedly popular attaches ever connected with the Lex ington exchange, and her many friends are pleased to note that she is just as popular and well liked in her present environments.—Lexington Advertiser, 15th inst. ■o Col. Ben Exum and wife, of Yazoo City, were recent» guests of Capt. Gid. Mont joy, Jr., and family in this city. -o FOR RENT—Furnished front room, to one or 'two gentlemen. Apply 310 Walthall street. C. G. Turner. ■o Mrs. G. D. Hightower and son, George, were down from Webb shop ping the first of last week. H. J. Jennings, a prominent planter and merchant of Sumner, was here on business the first of last week. Mr. S. H. Montgomery will on Jnmiary 1st next succeed City Clerk Warner Wells, who will resign to engage in the general insurance business with Mr. J. H. Ashcraft. ■O" $50 will go a long way toward buying an automobile. Ask the Dickens Club how to get it -o Dr. Jos. Rennie and Elder S. M. Wilsford attended Central Missis sippi Presbytery this week. ■o It is not too Mriy to b e gin planning for Christmas gifts. Fsr this purp.ose nothing equals a mounted photograph of yourself. At tend 16 this now and ba warod of the ▼eiy beat service your photographer can give yoq, SPURRIER STUDIO. well spade, well ■Pr FOR RENT—«-rooa* electric lights, oik •tract, 2 1-2 blocks >, bath and Washington Club. A. F. h **• $80.00 per m Sheriff W. C. Taylor, John A. Shute, Pamp Smith, W. L. An thony, O. F. Bledsoe, Jr., John H. Pettey, M. E. Robertson, Frank Armstrong, Chandler Worley, District Attorney Hill and Miarshal Vardaman attended the Federal Court at Clarksdale this week. o Congressman Humphreys was here Wednesday afternoon re turning to Greenville from Ox ford, where he addressed the student body of the Stat.ei Uni versity. ■o Deputy State Revenue Agent W. M. Robb, of Edwards, was here on business the first of the week and made the Common wealth a pleasant call. -O FOR RENT—Nov. 1st, store building now occupied by E. W. Moore, 208 Howard St., as a bar ber shop. Apply to B. Dantone, Phone 66. -O Mr. Hub Cain recen'Jy resigned the position of Dep* ity Sheriff, and was succeeded b y Mr. W. N. Gist. Mr. Cain is now with A Gilbert's Liverpool Cotton Co. ■v Mr. W. N. Crutc 1 jer has return ed from a protrac' ;ed visit to Ken tucky, and has ucccipted a posi tion with Fountain's Big Busy Store. Experienced bookkeeper de sires one or two small sets of books to k £ep during spare time; Address Bookkeeper, care of The Cor jmonwealth. Mai jly Coop< r, who holds a position with, the Buc.keye Cotton Oil Co., at Or «en wood, spent Sunday in Europe.— Europa Times, 16th inst. Prof, W. E. B. Keisker, piano tuner and salesman, will be in Greenwood all next week. -o 'Residence for Rent 110 E, ^Market street, recently repair ed throughout; has four rooms und 1 jath. Apply to Gid Montjoy, Sr., 109 fi. Market street. - O —y - For Rent Two six-room cottages on Camdltoo Avenue, modern improvement»!. Apply to j, Gearbiser, 600 West Market Street. ■O' with or with furnished ■ 4 * 409 *44 ay Contractor G. G. Mitchell is building a 60x96 foot barn for Capt. N. L. Cockrell at his Lake Henry plantation home. iuiaîùv ai 3 a IPAIGEI ^^SlcndardcfVolueand Qgahlf 111 V 11 : ■ T VA.IGE OWNERS generally are men and expensive cars. In the Fairfield seven-passenger "Six-46" —at $1295—they recognize the best that money can buy. That is the best proof that Paige Elegance, Paige Luxury, Paige Service and Paige Value are supreme. The Paige Winter Top converts the Fairfield JOCft instantly into a sumptuous limousine. Pria bwU Tails Pot mif Motor Car C o m pa n y, Detroit, Michigan women who can afford to buy the most m 3 3 H: 1 m S KIMBROUGH AUTO CO. Distributors Greenwood, Mississippi. « Ha Hollywood **Six-36** »1093 •even paaaenser Cabriolet • Sedan Town Car - " (Six-46" Chum«) Fairfield 3 »1600 . »1900 »2230 Sis-46" << « n29S Si ? ■ ' b WjjWfiuu>Misi»Whsmntm»iHtfHHsniHi»HWMfi 17 Mention the Commonwealth when answering this advertisement. 'Model Four» The MARTIN Mha- feader % The answer to your ditching problem. Cuts V-shaped ditch with sides at angle of 45 degrees—any depth up to 3 feet. Cleans out old ditches and laterals, levels land, builds levees, grades roads. No Wheels or Levers Nothing to break or wear out. Will last a lifetime. Does its own plowing as it. goes. Beats the home-made "V* forty ways. Sold under an absolute guarantee of satisfac tion. Come in and see for yourself. Wade Hardware Co. GREENWOOD 1 .' MISSISSIPPI. • e * e ' - ué» imp É «ai m Messrs. S. I. Brown, C. R. Jan min, J. R. Prophet and others were up from Sidon to the Pyth ian meeting W«dnesday night.