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« . COrrON MOTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. WE TRY TO PLEASE. i a One Experience Convinced M; of its Value A. V One of our sale° men demonstrated the value of the Long Dis* tance Telephone to us. He was at Huntsville Ala., and upon his own responsibility put ir* Long Distance calls for fifteen merchants within a radius of several htmdred miles. In less than one hour he had sold 2100 barrels of flour at a total cost to us of less than six dollars. Since then we have applied the Long Distance Bell Telephone to every feature of our business with most profitable results. The service is fine, the rates are reasonable and there iS more satisfaction in one Long Distance Telephone talk than in half a dozen letters". 4« Y. V tt 4 4 ily CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY ^ iNÉMllhKi i j I ! I BOX 171. WINONA. MISS. ^ Our Printing is First-Class , Material the Best, and S Prices to Meet Competition. % t $ ORDER YOUR % LETTER HEADS. BILL HEADS, ENVELOPES. STATEMENT HEADS. CIRCULARS and DODGERS, All sizes up to 24x36. SHIPPING TAGS RECIPTS and 0RDR BLANKS. ; t PRINTED % t ; $ 5 % CO ERY 5 $ > ■ QTQ D $ (C o £3 $ <n 03 FROM t J o l-t t <D CW n o t t O o J c s *0 u O o p % COMMONWEALTH GREENWOOD. MISS. so ÖÖ * ? c o o ÖD Î < t * % INVITATIONS. VISITING CARDS, ANNOUNCEMENTS, PROGRAMS. TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS. CONTRACT BLANKS, INVOICES, and EVERYTHING, IN FACT. * t t Phone 33. $ We Also Take Orders For Engraved^ Visiting Car ds, £ Invitations and Announcements. S t ;à;j 'W W M m . -, m i . 1 , BIRD HOUSE CONTEST AT SCHOOL. The Y. M. C. A., Henderson & Baird Harwaie Co., Wade Hardware Co., end Mrs. C. E. Wright have do nated the prizes. The Community Secretary arranged with Prof. C. E. Saunders that the manual training boys of seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth grades be allowed to compete in this work. The best boxes will « . be exhibited in one of the down-town show windo be ju Jged by a committee of six, who take The four best will I I o consideration the ; suitableness of the house to the habits of the species of bird for which it was built. i wi; Many of the boxes will be sold and instead cf the rifle and sling, a pro tective interest will be stimulated throughout the community for the feathered songsters. This will mean many yards in which there was never a bird-hcuse, will have one or more of the boxes built in the contest. Forty-five boys grades mentioned have promised to compete and the number from the grammar school in from the four ades have not yet been determined as Friday will close die registration dates. The contest will end March the fifteenth. CHESS-MEN DONATED BY FOUN TAIN'S STORE TO THE Y. M. C. A. Mr. W. T. beautiful Chess-me to set of A. upon his return from his spring buying in New York City. The many chess ' ' Fountain donated a na an expensive to Greenwood's Y. M. C. !-V isiasts wish to <: : express their gratitude to Mr. Fountain for his kindness. Y. M. C. A. GRAMMAR SCHOOL LEAGUE How They Stand W'orT lost V ame Wildcats Ironsides Giants Braves Pirates per cent'g 667 667 667 o 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 500 on 0 3 000 ■ : land Do you know that you and your fam ily aie not insured—against War? Set at the "Ihe Battle Cry of Peace" Greenwood Theatre. Monday, Feb. 21 RESIDENCE FOR KENT. Nine rooms, with modern conven garage, servants houses and stable, corner Church ar.d Depot streets. Addiess Edward Loggins Winona, Miss. lures ua* i The worst c.i'cs, non j are cured b I Porter's Aut:ser,tic ! O.iiti and Her !*'. lence; -O Cther jn.vJ.3S V?on't Cure ter of how tong standing i-rfiil, old reliable Dr iiujT Oil. r.e time. O'.td tin It relieve! 25c. 59c, $1.0 th *=• S.T' GREENWOOD COTTON RECEIPTS. Since Sept. 1, 1915 ... Same date last year .. Week ending Feb. 17, 1916.. 943 Same week last year.. . Stock on hand now. _ Same date last year. .95,172 .124,279 .1,375 _24,966 _ 24,224 I Cut Your Store Bill Down One Half Tens of thousands of farmers as well as town and city folks cut down their store bills one-half last year and saved money in spite of generally short crops and re duced wages. Absolutely millions of dollars were saved and countless families lived better than ever before in the face of the cotton crisis and general business depression. How were these burdensome store bills cut down? By the real money-saving power of good home gardens, rightly planted and kept planted and tended through the season. Hastings 1916 Seed Catalogue tells how to cut store bills down; tells about gar den and farm seeds of kinds and a qual ity that cannot be bought from your mer chant or druggist. It's full of garden and farm information. It's free if you ask for it. Write for it now. H. G. HASTINGS CO., Atlanta, Ga.—(Advt.) IF YOU are troubled with dandruff, itching scalp, and your hair coming out, we ask you to try O < a-KlalE trade mark HAIR TONIC on our guarantee that it will you relief and satisfaction Sold only by us, 50c give or rno ney refunded, land $1.00. I. T. MeINTYRE DRUG CO. ■o Practically new 1916 Ford Touring Car with puncture proof tires for quick sale at close price. Apply to Kim brough Auto Co. o a 4 S Q Jh !iLSOI vs mm SUFFERING AND SURGERY can be avoided by using areriMdK TMAOt MARK PILE REMEDY Relieve yourself of this ailment at home. Easy to use and thorough ly dependable. Sold only by us 50c and $1.U0. i. t. McIntyre drug co. -O' Hon. A. F. G irdner attended to legal business this week in Jackson. o Insure your Cotton andCot *on Seed with W. M. Peteet, the Insurance Man. o Our good friend, W. D. Martin was up from Morgan City on business Tuesday and paid The Commonwealth an appreciated call. o Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The CM Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out Mr- _ ar i.a. enriches t he blood, and builds up the sys ct-rs. A true tuaic. For adults and children. SOt -o It will impress even those who don't want to know the truth! See "The Battle Cry of Peace" at the Greenwood Theatre, Monday, Feb. 21st. « LlFKasJE TRADE MARK ECZEMA REMEDY Sold on a guarantee for Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, and similar af fections of the skin and scalp. Sold only by us, 50c and $1.00. I. T. McINTY T RE DRUG CO. -o E. R. Wiggins and A. W. Stevens were in Memphis Wednesday and part of Thursday, seeing Pavlowa and "Madam Butterfly" at the Lyric Theatre. iSmi ! ] ;< si m [f 1 \ Sam M. Stein was over from Grenada among his Greenwood friends Sunday. -o The Quinine That Does Not Affect The Head Because of its tonic and laxative effect, LAXA TIVE EROMO QUININE is betterthan ordinary Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor ringing in bead. Remember the full name and look for the signature of E. W. GROVE. 25c. -o H. L. DeLoach made a business visit to Memphis the latter part of the week, spending three days in the Bluff City. -o Insure your Cotton and Cot ton Seed with W. M. Peteet, the insurance Man. -o Gano Henry, E. G. Hamilton and W. B. Fulkerson were down from Shell mound Tuesday. -o Insure your Cotton and Cot ton Seed with W. M. Peteet, the Insurance Man. -o W. M. Kimbrough, of the Kimbrough Auto Co., Inc., attended the Chalmers' Dealers Meet at Memphis the middle of this week. -o Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove'9 Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesof QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. V. S. Doyle, H. S. Jones, and John Erskine came down from the Schla* ter Tuesday night. 1 W» [t<1\ u \$p John Lindsey, representing the land title department of the M. & O. R. R Co., -was in Greenwood on business Tuesday. «for feczema and other Skin Troubles WE GUARANTEE Sjooco Sjotve to stop the itching and begin healing with the first application or return your money. There are lots of skin dies but Saxo is the or.Iy one they guar antee like this. Wfcy don't you try It? S. L R-lJ\i:_>, ÜRUGKIST, reme ! n y M 'S* » — H H—M EVKXUJK ;*2 m&as ■Mi A W m [Y • P 'imr'WSæ :->■ :■ - - \r_; TV ass sag c a 11 1 » ES 11 « .* ; x L4^J! 4 î'ÿ- : s f S PI i$f££ t i f;\ V Ov ■ vj sm •> Sï .Ct;î JS *** a5 O v i*. ; c c : . it :v£ \:.y * MË « .... . > ' ÉÜ .'-•'.il ! Sr; Sr 5SS ■k'b-V it ÈH ' ^ Kj «i-. [Ms »1 V'V & tM m SSKS :v i. •& ■ m & :v m t m KSr Ï . $ *. - V f. ■ m m i £ - MARGARET ILLINGTON In "The Lie" at the Green wood Theatre, Thursday March 2nd. F3 LOOK AT THE ROAST we submit for your inspection. Note the fine grain of the meat, the thin streaks of fat which are to an expert the signs of choice quality. Have us send you one for Sunday dinner. You'll surely like it and so will the rest of the family. They simply cannot he'p it. \lx\ (C 11 » A *!(mm Peltz White House Market* Phone 666 105 W. Market MARDI GRAS CELEBRATION Will be held at New Orleans MARCH 2nd TO 7th -AND Reduced Fares will be in effect from Feb'y 28th to March 6th via YAZOO & MISSISSIPPI VALLEY R. R. Return limit of tickets March 17th. Upon payment of $1.00 at New Orleans tickets will be extended until April 3rd. For Fares, schedules, sleeping car reservations, ' etc., apply to your local Ticket Agent or address, il G. H. BOWER, General Passenger Agent, Memphis, Tenn. KING'S DAUGHTERS HOSPITAL Greenwood, Mississippi. This Hospital is beautifully located on River Front, with delightful rooms and splendid service fear? the sick and afflicted, for the rich find poor. No Qne^ c will be turned away, no charges for the destitute, but,* those not able to pay the full price, will be expected ' to pay what they can. . .k An efficient Superintendent in charge, with föür nurses, that give you every attention. * 0 EXCELLENT EACILTIES FOR CARE OF SURGICAL CASES AND INJURIES. Terms: Payable in Advance Weekly* -JM tt SI Charity Patients accepted from LEFLORE COUNTY ONLY 1 »# Éi ;r