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J j j | j , ! A Thousands I show you the way Increasing numbers of people who could not or should not drink coffee and who were the lookout for something to take its place have found complete satisfaction in i on Instant Postum Postum has a smooth, rich flavor that meets every re Quirement of a meal-time beverage, and it is free from any harmful element. Economical-Made Quickly There's a Reason 4t ' ! i Mdde by Postum Cereal Company,Inc. Battle Creek, Michigan. DANCE LAST NIGHT Roberta Gardner & Maude Pitchford entertained a num iif friends with a most delight diiraer-dance, last night at the I About forty young j M'S ■ itry Club. Be enjoyed the delightful hospi- ' L of these charming young girls ! lie rosebud set. L Cullen Bedwell and children,! Ireenwood, arrived Saturday for ed in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ; 11 . Kline. Mr. and Mrs. Bedwell family will he located in Cleve- ; | Miss., where Mr. Bedwell will j fa responsible position with the i Growers Association. Yazoo I Sentinel, 18th inst. i Ir. T. R. Stinson, who has had be of the Dry Goods department Bahmer's Department Store in I city for the past ten years, has fened his position with this firm ■ke effect on August 15th and he [accepted a similar position with i Co's. Department store at Iks, Miss. ir, F. Goodman and Miss Alice kh will leave Thursday morning [New York, where they will pur se millinery and readytowear [k for the Goodman Drygoods Hr. T. J. Spivey proudly announced Herday that he was a grandfather. H new dignity was placed upon H about a month ago, when a sweet H daughter was born to Mr. and H John Reed Spivey at Portsmouth, H Mr. Spivey formerly resided H, where he has many friends. Ir. "Watt" Turner is home from Ih America, where he has been ling a lucrative position with the Iry Ford Co. He is being cordially lomed back to Greenwood by his |>' friends. Mr. Turner has not [decided, whether or not he will frn to South America. | h. Jake Kantor will leave tomor ■ for New Y"ork, where he will chase goods for his clothing store daughter was born Monday after 1 10 Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Kim >gh. The sweet little girl has 1 named Mary Hunter. A legion fiends of Mr. and Mrs. Kimbrough extending congratulations. Summertime and all the year round. Post Toasties are favored by folks who want different and better corn flakes -Made of the firm hearts of selected white corn, rolled and toasted crisp and gold en brown, Post Toasties are especially delicious when served with fresh fruits or berries. Ready to Eat No Waste |i ^everywhere! £ & Made by Sb Postum Cereal Co.,Inc Battle Creek,Mich. ' I Presbyterian Sunday School met on j last night in the home of the newly Mr. A. J. OFFICERS AND TEACHERS OF PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOL MEET The officers and teachers of the ' elected superintendent, Brewerton, in North Greenwood. Va ! rious matters of interest in connec tion with the Sunday School work were discussed informally. Perhaps the most important thing accomplish ; cd was the decision to hold a Sun day School Institute here just as ; soon as a capable leader is available. j Definite announcement of his com i j n g w jH made at the proper time. I business matters had been disposed of, delicious refreshments were servud. The Presbyterian Sunday School is fortunate in having selected Mr. Brewerton as its leader. He shows a keen interest in the work; he is progressive, capable and altogether efficient, and under his direction tile School will prosper as never be fore. A business man of Greenwood sug gested today that a rest room for tourists be established in Greenwood, where they might go and refi'esh themselves, a registration book be placed here and that all tourists be required to register in order that their might be published in Tile Common wealth. He also suggested that names Miss Mutt Martin of Meridian, and Misses Willie and Beulah Kimbrough of Indianola, arrived in Greenwood this afternoon to attend the dance tonight at the Elk's Club, and to be the guests of Miss Madge Saunders. Mr, and Mrs. Haverkamp of Yazoo | City and Mrs. Bruce Pepper of St. Louis are the guests of Hon. and Mrs. R. C. McBee. Mr. Haverkamp brother of Mrs. McBee. is a A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Whittington yester day. The sweet little girl has been named, Joyce. yesterday at the King's Daughters Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. C. W .Brown of Minter City. Mr. D. L. Gregory of Sidon, was a business visitor in Greenwood today. A daughter was born After all the expenses were paid for the barbecue and picnic which j News from Jackson of the deatli J °f Mrs. Annie Fraiser, wife of ^r. jJas. H. I*raiser, at their country j home in North Carolina, was heard j here with sincere regret. Mr. T i*ai | ser is a native of Yazoo County, an( j as a young man was employed ^y , the late Gen. Ben Ricks. After he |engaged in planting, and Inter in Lht* cotton mill business, retiring a few ■years ago with a competence. ! Mrs. Fraiser was a lady of lofty Christian character, loved and BALANCE OF PICNIC FIND TO SWEET CHARITY. was given here on Wednesday, .1 bat anee of $150 was left of the thousand dollar fund which Sheriff W. S. Vardanian collected with which This will one to "put over" the affair, be turned over tw the Associated Charities of Greenwood. The splendid affair of Wednesday, which was so successfully carried out has done much to advertise Green wood as a live, hospitable city. News papers from many surrounding towne carried articles telling of the hospitality oj the Greenwood citi i zens. TRIBUTE TO MRS. ANNIE FRAISER es " Her ' teemed by all who knew her. ! place in the church and in social eir icles will he hard to fill. Her charity was proverbial, and her gentle, un assuming attitude toward those with i whom she came in contact were doro inatiig traits. To the devoted husband and other relatives left to mourn the passing of this good woman, The Sentinel ex tends its sincerest sympathy.—-Yazoo Daily Sentinel, 18th inst. returned Mr. W. M. Whittington Tuesday from Sardis, where he went to attend Chancery Court. Mr. Whit-;, tington said they had little rain near Sardis, the precipitation falling in that section only in spots. Mrs. Abe Kantor and little s#n were driven to Greenville by Mr. Kantor, where they took the boat to cross the river into Arkansas, will spend a month with relatives at Pine Bluff. Mrs. Kantor Clinton Pepper has returned home from a six weeks visit in Memphis, where he was the guest of relatives. Miss Mary Brown is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Fountain Barksdale, in Yazoo City this week. Mrs. J. Cerneglia and daughter, Josephine, of Atlanta are the guests of Mrs. John Dantone. Mrs. W. H. Witty, of Winona, was a business visitor in Greenwood on yesterday. Mrs. J. If. Mitchell is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. B. Wadsworth in Winona. Mrs. T. W. MeGaw of Snvanah, Ga., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Webb. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bryant of Coff eyville, are spending the Mrs. T. J. Carr in North Greenwood. - it h •eek Cole, Mrs. N. L. Narmour, Mrs. Mrs, Will Dickey and Mrs. Johnson, of Lambert, who motored to Green wood to attend the barbecue and the picnic, left Friday morning for their home. Mrs. Narmour is the daugh ter of Mr. and. Mrs. Martin Ander and has many friends here. sen Mrs. W. H. Fincher, Jr., Misses Dea Moore and Madge Hammett of Lexington, and Mr. and xMrs John Vandiver, of Vaiden, were the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Buch at 803 West Palace Street. Mr. Mangham Lehr will leave on Sunday for New Orleans and Bay St.; Louis. At the latter place he will attend the convention and entertain ment given to the employees of the Saenger Amusement Company. | I Miss Maggie Everett underwent an j operation Thursday at the King's I Daughters Hospital on her foot. She was reported to be doing well today. Her many friends hope she will soon i I Sid Qiheepie with his wife and j children and Mrs. Hart Minnie Stone of Morgan City, spent j last Fridgy with relatives here.—Car rollton Conservative. a nan recover. iled Miss j i Miss Phuline Wilson of Nashville, | arrived today to be the guest of Mrs. : J. F. Hall for several days. Miss Wilson is the sister of Mrs. Hall. i Hon. Lee McMillan, of Carroll County, was in tha city last Wdines- j day, mingling with his many friends j here. j Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Stowell were visitors here from their plantation home, near Minter CYty, the other day. Cart, and Mrs. H. H. Estes visi ted the family of Sheriff W. J. Rus at Carrollton last week. coe Hon. G. A. McLean was a recent business visitor here from Winona. Mr. J. W. Roberts and family were here from Schlater last Wednesday. Mr. Sam Balkin was a business vis itor here from Schlater yesterday. W. M. GARRARD. To briefly sketch a man, unsolicited, whom you have known and been in* timately associated with for about _•» >, if he be a model citizen, i- .1 vtry difficult job. The best you tan that ye brings his character This is our position in business sily the leading I attained this enviable position by [dint of hard work, fair dealing and Ian extraordinary executive capacity, j He began his business career in In Idianola and has fought his way up ■ the ladder of success ami every one 1 of the rounds has given him some ■knocks. It has not always been such smooth sailing with Mr. Garrard, ! jfj s l>usiness t urcer has been p u nc t ur - ef j with many reverses, some of which j wou j t j have discouraged any man with j t . ss backbone and indomitable will ^(than he, but Mr. Garrard only looked | back at these temporary business! , so I:tr plexus' in order to get what J wou j t j p nni . useful to his future bus • j ho j K j lts 0 f business success in a >'« «'- v of ,nm s «' ,1 >s s0 unworthy > oUr m ' n I s I bt,for ' • vou reference to has been selected as the head of the Staple Cotton Gn* Mr. W. M. Garrard, who trs Association. Mr. Garrard is business man of indianola. He has iness hopes out of them. Now when he has reached the town j of this size he has been called to j fields of greater usefulness and proni As the business head of the Asso j . ge staple Cotton Growers Liation he will again have the | portunity 0 f climbing the heights and P ade showing the business stuff he is j 0 f. Relatively he is m the same po | aitkm jn his new venture as he ten years ago, here, and we confident ly expect to hear of him advancing and succeeding there and if there is a man in the world who can make of this wonderful sta he did here, sociation what its great originator, Mr. Oscar Bledsoe, dreamed it could ^ |hat man jg w M . Garrard, Of course we regret h> lose him as citizen but we are not so selfish as to say we are sorry to see him go. We do not believe in placing limita tions on men when God Almighty has given them free rein in worthy am bitions. his excellent family will be happy in their new home and he will accom plish for the Staple Cotton Growers Association what its stockholders and board of directors, and his own won derful hopes, expect. It is a loss to lose so successful a citizen, and no one appreciates this fact more than we do but his prospective gain more than counterbalances We only hope that he and All luck loss. to him. Coincident with losing Mr. Garrard we lose Mr. J. 1). Roe, the efficient ■tary and office manager of the Mr. Roe's seen W. M. Garrard Cotton Co. leaving Indianola will be a loss to our social, religious and business life. He is the kind of a man who makes for the betterment of the town where in he lives, and every institution feels his beneficent influence. We regret valuable the loss of both of thes citizens and fondly hope their future* wll fall in bright places.— careers Sunflower Tocsin. The Daily Commonwealth duces the above splendid and deserv ed tribute to 'Mr. Garrard from the last issue of the Sunflower Tocsin in said rep ro order to indorse every word Mr. Garrard was eared about him. in Greenwood and we join with his legion of friends and admirers here congratulating the Staple Cotton Association upon se in Co-operative curing his valuable services. If AY RIDE AND WATERMELON FEAST The Baptist Young People's Union a delightful hayride last enjoyed night, making the trip to Valley Hill, the melons were served and whe games enjoyed in the moonlight. The crowd was chaperoned h^ Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Storer. Mr. Charles A. Borsch, a linotype .operator at tb# Daily Commonwealth j 0 ff j ce , leftj last night for a trip to points in Tennessee and Arkansas, where he will spend two weeks. ****** | jyjns. N. A. Dodge will leave Sunday | f or Nashville, Tenn., where she will I attend a commercial conference of j Western Union employees. She will I | )e ^, n( , f or aeV eral days. »****« Mj ss Harriet Peteet entertained i a ), ou t forty of her little friends Thurs jday afternoon with a most delightful I lawn party. Games and delicious re j froshments were served, j Drown 0 f Money, Miss., are spending j Misses Maudie Stribling and 11a i the week in Greenwood, the guests [of Misses Golda and Violet Higgins. | : Mrs. Maggie Fatherce of Helena is i the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dennis. j j Mies Ruth Galbraith will leave this : j evening for a trip to Natchez and New Orleans,'where she will spend j her vacation. [visitor here yesterday from his Lake- ( Major C. G. Nichols was a business view plantation. Mr. E. L. Purnell was in the city on business yesterday from Highlandale and made this office a pleasant call. Both cotton and com crop prospects are very good in this section of the Delta. Miss Charlotte Peteet will leave on Sunday for a several weeks visit at Rosedale and Tunica, where she will visit relatives. A lar*re crowd attended the Union sen ice at the courthouse last nitfht, _•» the first of whish has lux .1 the open air this summer. The out door service was fpxally enjoyed b> those preseut. Despite the warm ni^ht the audience was comfortable on the in benches provided and the atmosphere as much cooler than on the inside of a church building. Dr. Joseph Rennie presided, read the scripture for the evening. Follow ing a prayer by Dr. Hornbaker, the ■veiling sermon was ably delivered by by j Dr. V. Curtis, pastor of the Moth j odist Church. Dr. Curtis subject was the "Advent Of The Saviour", was an able message and the speaker (drove home truths to the assembled congregations. He discussed the I modern devices at some length, de j nouneing many of th# follies of the i age. - j Th# congregational singing was led by Mr. R. M. Forman. Mr. Deal had | charge of the choir music and the i Municipal orchestra which furnished I excellent music. Services will be held each Sunday (night on the courthouse lawn, during [the remainder of the summer, UNION OPEN AIR SERVICE held in It —-o DANCE FOR MISS STEF,I F, One of the most delightful dances that has been given in Greenwood; during the summer was tendered Miss Steele, of Birmingham, last night by Mrs. Shelby Steele and Mrs. to W R Humphrey at the palatial home of the latter. The whole lower floor P was used for dancing and was beau tifully decorated in lovely garden flowers. The Big Six Orchestra fur nished delightful music for the occa sion. A large number of friends enjoyed the cordal hospitality of Mrs. Steele and Mrs. Humphrey, sta HOUSE PARTY AT Mr IN TV RE LAKE A number of Greenwood people re turned home Saturday from a week's delightful house party, spent at the club house at McIntyre Lake. They caught lots of fish and had a most pleasant outing. Those composing the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Cora Terry, Mr. and Mrs E. 11. Robinson and children and Mr. and Mrs. T. Aubrey Robinson of Memphis. as go. in to do Ben Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Terry anil Mr. and Mrs. Gid Kelley will leave Sun day morning in the Kelley car for a trip to Jackson, Vicksburg and other points. They will begone two weeks. Mr. John MeOlurg, of Vaiden was among his many Greenwood friends last Wednesday. to Misses Woods and Mrs .Brown of Moorhead, were visitors in Greenwood yester Miss Robert Dancy, the day. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor were here yesterday from their Holmes County plantation home. Mrs. J. T. Spence tias returned from a visit to relatives and friends in Memphis. in ro Mr. R. P, Clark was in the city from Morgan City on business last Thursday. j ing the heated j More of our people are at home this summer than have ever been dur season. Mr, K. L. Pentecost was a business (visitor here Saturday from his plan tation home at Seven Pinos. in the city Sat urday from his Camp Keys plantation home in Carroll County. Mr. J. B. Bruce Messrs. Sanders, Pepper and Jack son wore in the city on business from Schlater last Saturday. ''.Justice is blind," we proundly de claim. We might also add that it is often deaf and dumb. to j Saturday on business from his plan | tation near Schlater. j of I I Mr. R. Y. Wright was in the city Milwaukee has put one over on tht other enterprising cities of the U. S. It has a girl bandit. Some henpecked husbands are not henpecked at all. It resembles the work of a hawk. Hon. A. M. Pepper, of Lexington, was in Greenwood on legal business last Saturday. Miss Agnes Stevens, who was quite iil yesterday, was reported better to day. another A diplomat never calls roan a liar. He only proves it. j Hon. S. I. Brown was a business : visitor here today from Sidon. Sohie people never stop to count the cost. It is easier not to pay. Mr. anjl Mrs. J. F. Cortner and ( children were in the city Sunday from their plantation home near Whaley. Mrs. Earl Kinnebrew, who has been in the Baptist Hospital at Memphis for the past many weeks, is reported to be getting along nicely and is im proving. This will be good news to her many Greenwood friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gid Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Perry left today for a trip to Vicksburg, Jackson and other points in the Kelley car. They will be gone two weeks. tist 1 hunh . mon «>n "Hu ,er*d by Dr. .1 \\ St., led the 0 . j which In of jjoiciia; t 1 ition ««f his th cerenn ! party in order that her ><* might of Laurel., The pi > I Miss Madge S guests of honor and 11 if | the prizes GOOD SFK\ IFF VT BAPTIST cm Kt H A good i Z t*d audit'll. , 3 . |i,". , in cnl Sunday night at th. Kir t H.p splendid ser ■ ,1 heard .1 Pay The I hi He «f« tg of tin* < Da -tilted .f ipp j to tithe: 1 . Hi. Ston-r's disc.iu sterly ami hr audience .lust p, a'lilts 1 SOI nd John t uh at Messrs I'. I!.. Mu Hinman and Holts Hi. cd "O' It I effectively Sum nost .-at Km f:\ 1 i:k 1 u\< for \ isi n Misses Mary lt!a tortained twenty young la,1 1 charmingly last u he Kllington e very tain ties tig friends eel her pretty gues Crawford . Miss by born Miss Aila tot i Hinmari won tin > The , solatii •f all err prrsrntod A delici >th Haii ty sachets. course t*d WHS sei HONOR MISS S | KIT \ Pal Mai 1 st enjoyable ph •unt j of Mb I Mr. and Mrs tojed with « j per party at the (day evening in h e entertain sup 1 Tub Sun ; Steele. Those included among the guests Steele, Mildred , Gwin, Ann Turner, Susan and Betty j ( *f Malone, Messrs Eli Abbott, Barnwell, Hunter Kimbrough. Brad It ley Curtis, Nesbit, Mr. and Mrs. j Shelby Steele and Mr. and Mrs Cal-| Mr. were Misses Steve told i boon Wilson. Inf I I I arid!taking if Mr. and Mrs. II. ,t 1. 1 Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Foltz, of Mel e arrived in (live. of phis, ha are the guests D. Moskovilz, in North Gr<*%nw Miss Bettie Addle Seales left yes terday for a trip t Holcomb, Miss., where slu I friends for a ing *' in< ( ihat Grenada ill vinil «hi i feci ek. Poindexter, R. P. j Clark and J. K. Robinson were here business Saturday from Morgan, Messrs. W. G. City. a I j | d North Car Mr. \V. D. \V, rollton, spent yesterdu the family of bis Son, Mr. F. S. W, oil, and made The Daily wealth an appreciated call. here visitilli 'unimon Amelia I "'iH In ll ' Misses Pearl Smith arid visiting Itolfe, who have I, Heher Springs, Ark., for tin* past 1! . .weeks, returned home this morning | after a most enjoyable vacation, i land Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pridgen have ■turned home from Columbia, where and f I His condition I called by the illness they were Mr. Pridgen's father. is still critical. f Greenwood, 1 Patty, ! f Columbus, left here yesterday foi '■<>( Mrs. W. F. Patty in and her daughter, Miss Vernon Denver, Colo., where they will spend j a month. I Camp Jack- :^ < ' d enter the "if Messrs fllynri Harris amt George A. Spivey left Saturday f son, S. C. where they will Citizens Military Training Camp f a month. i | Mis* Delia Jonty, who has homo in Chicago for several years, 1 arrived in Greenwood last week and j will make her home here with Mrs. (■. Ek Wright. Miss Jeaty will take! up her professional work in this city in the fall and her many friends are ! glad to wolc again. lade her two 1 her to Greenwood j ; Mrs. W. T. Johnson returned home this morning from Memphis, where she has been taking treatment fol lowing several operations. She is do ing nicely and is much improved. Dr Johnson went to Memphis and accom panied her home. is j and and Miss Lizzie Hoover, former organist [ it at the Greenwood Theatre, who has ■eral days of left 1 .this morning for her home at Yazoo City. I been the guest for ]Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Sutton, EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY FOR EXPERIENCED SALES MAN : . We have a position open for an perieneed salesman in Greenwood, Mississippi and adjoining territory. Yearly earnings of our successful salesmen range from $3,000 upward, depending upon the snlesmiiri'a abil-! f ex ity and industry. We prefer a man qualified to advance to an executive position in our national selling or ganization. Exclusive territory and a liberal stock of machines furnished on con signment afford the accepted an' op portunity to go practically into busi ness for himself with a long estab lished and nationally advertised line. The line includes more than 100 styles and sizes of Toledo Automatic Scab for weighing, computing, mailing, testing, packing, checking, and many special purposes. Appli cants must he between 25 and 1 years of age. Only an experienced and successful salesman whose char id counting, 11 aeter and past record will enable him to secure a fidelity bond will be con can i sidered We will give special training and every assistance to those who qualify. TOLEDO SCALE COMPANY Sales Vanden J. Willey, District Agent, Memphis, Tenn. THIS MAN DREADED r() SEE NIGHT GOME ■ Was So Rest In He t ouldn't Sleep \iul Day light Wa Always \N r Iconic ■\\ itH I exception of a little diet for veeks, I could not id 1 apt ng at Ida Jennings St., Trim., a highly respected citizen of that city. nlk t uh limn eight anything," .-at W Geo VYomblr, n* Km -I am w able," continued Gap "after taking two lull ie, to eat practically any tain \\ onible ties of Tania Idling J ,'stimil l roubles fo a long mths my ronditmi ha. I born such that 1 lit* ft* It'll I agon 1) I could not out tin simplest tot food. tried tloctt'1 all kinds of cdu me but nothing that d to do as proscribed for im* m c any good. I had a terrible pa ;( over my heart and for eek u tl week? "I finally got relief. nervous that I no actually dreaded to see night come 1 eould not restlesf as alwa h to that I daylight coi as a Is I » const 1 fact, life [pitted .ill of tin ,h|e that 1 wa: ( *f despair. Se\ Mr. Dan M almost e verge f my ncighla told me alioul Tanlne mid advised ir.v it. vrtl. illy cjuainted , of the firm Tiambliss, Inf Kuldnr it Chambliss, i I told him of my conditi I suffered he advised me to begin arid!taking Tanlne without, delay and that ,t had relieved hundreds of the best people in Kmixvill. vliei and how 1 have now tak bottles of Tanlne and am giv t YVt ing you this testimonial in the hop ihat it may induce »thers to take it. «hi •e taking this feci like I had her ■dicine 1 actually n made all over ith the youth, energy and urn sixteen year old hoy." again hition of ; RELATIVES VISIT MRS. WHIT TINGTON Dr. and Mrs. A J. A Mississippi College, arc the guests of their daughter, Mrs, W. M. Whitling s head of the Latin Department at the Coliege. He will remain here a week, but Mrs. Avon of the Dr. Avc "'iH K P*'nd a month with her dough ll ' r - Mi Whittington also has a num r of other relatives as her house guests, who arc .lodge S. M. Bailey land daughter Mary llaWett of Ok 1 a |Honm, Prof. E. t„ Bailey of Jackson and Mrs. Waiter Trotter of Winona. Judge Bailey and Prof. Bailey uncles of Mrs. Whittington and Mrs. Trottcqgis her aunt. Miss Delia Gillespie, Mrs D. R. Jackson and Miss Gladys Bankston, '■<>( Carrnllton, were shopping visitors Greenwood yesterday. Mrs, Maggie Fnthorrce, Ark., is spending of Helena, days with < ' r parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Dcn "if fm Mr. and Mrs. John Kirk left yes a visit witli friends and hi and Eupora, Miss. terday fo relatives at Wii Mrs. D. D. Pepper left today for a two weeks visit with Miss Martha Barnett at Little Rock, Arkansas. Mrs. Penny Chamberlain has re turned from a three months visit to points in South Mississippi. Miss Billie Free left today for Gorda, Ala., where she will spend her vacation with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Gillespie and Charles Bolen, of Greenwood, and Miss Grace Bolen of Chesterville, vere among the visitors in our town Monday and were appreciated callers it this office during the day. Mr. Ijllespie is a Pontotocian and oc asionally takes a peep at his old home town, hut fi ,lease his too seldom to any friends and aaso iates of by-gone days.—Pontotoc lentiriel, July 7th. Miss Ethel Marie Jones and Miss Alice McMahon and Mr. J. D. Mc Mahon left this morning through the ountry for Rollingfork, Miss. They vere accompanied by Mr. C. Dunn. Jisses Jones and McMahon and Mr. McMahon have been the house guests f Mrs. W. T. Mathews. Misses Bemice Meek and Kittie ibson, of Lexington, came here •sterdAy to attend the picnic and mce and were the guests of Mr. id Mrs. H. M. Streater in North reenwood. They left for their imes this morning. Mrs. L. A. Williams, and son, Lyle illiams left this afternoon for -mphis. From there Mrs. Williams 11 go to Ripley, Tenn., for a two eks visit with her parents and le will go to Pine Bluff, Ark., for isit with his aunt. Mr. R. W. Scales is reported' tu some belter after a prolonged ill* s, extending over a period of many His many friends will be i ised to know that he is now able :ks. sit up. «•**** Miss Annie Wright ifpont Sunday in Winona, the gueet of relatives.