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*'* CAR SERVICE
*
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rurtmiir
tion
r. C Railroad
the head >f ai
in this count-:
who operate r.
h it n.
lie
1
FOR S.W K POTATO FI VNTS
dl, Early T
ants St 50 t
Porto rico, NT
umph. Sweet pot
1000 . Grei
plant* 11.50 p*r 100o Urge
specml price, prompt *b.;
DORRIS PLANT CO., YAL>
... v
Balt; in
a ter
ST A.
G»,
ROBERT HERMAN
STORE ROBBED
Thieve* Fuller Building During Night
And Mike
With tier
r hjndi»e.
Thiev, -
store mini
night or
anmulest*.
with th ii
■s of th
•re
bory this n ri
was opened,
rat sick 1 i
left in t^d
ed entrance
in the butte.
n
A dt
.r m.
c taken, but it
certain the am
chandise
man state- that I. .
to between |i « ar : {'
A few pennies v,r, -
the cash *»»v .;
»ncy was left . re;
ft* OutaiM That C«i M tfHet sm mm
nut iet. MOOl
Quitiiut d >c
f-ag ' g in be* '
«vl it« «
J .
F.
*
k i r the
E. vr v>k
W. T. Caldwell Died
Vesterda) Afternuun
Mr. W I raid
died
M C. McIntyre, M.
at 5:30 o'clock, f 1
of eight weeks of ehtvn.
a the home
hie.
He had been ,1
condili
death was not uiuxpeel.d.
was h, r
for several day-
Mr. Caldwell
see.
te was ai
teriun Church at Jacks..!,
noble Christian gentle
past yei
lii!l
he has made It
d with Mrs. Melon-.
Mr. Caldwell is
survived ..
and three sons, .1 T. ,.f N.v
W. M. Caldwell of Jackson m.
Caldwell of ibis city.
The
vere taken to <;
emains
da thi*
ing fo
Joseph Rennie of Circei
nte
Hev. Hutton, Presbyterian nc <i r -
Of Jackson, conducted the ,
During his residence in Green
wood, Mr. Caldwell made number*
of warm personal friends. The I L
Daily Commonwealth joins with the who
many friends in extending sympathy ! ,,k
.ii 'i i ,. I 'rom
to the widow and sons and his two;
nieces, Mrs. M. C. and Mrs. Flora l •»<>*
McIntyre. !
*r
The Chicago professor trying to
prove Einstein's theory may
Darwin's by making a monkey out of
himself.
|.I.:J
Haywood's promise to
Russia reminds us one of Lenin's or
is that everyone must work.
'turn from *'1
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AT EACH OTHER
la Hnd \si
her Wound.
('aso of Anthrav
Found Shellmound
here
N Six
v A ou Do More Work
A .
■: more
;n y.ut
".ties in
fTe- [ on
mess.
•- -'i j- 4.B*5S5,
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fee!
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d he
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jnd
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c.i ted
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GROV E S TASTELES!
Chill TO SIC
iy
rap.
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t .. ! IKON
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ities
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any dru?
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h for
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FIVE THOl SAND
ATTEND PICNIC
\si
•rat tmi
V;>'t
Paid
home
r.ner
'•able
w ho
'd in
Varda -1
reeded
■>r*. t.
te the j
To
S. Vs;
Mr. Va
g f the dinner
- f Greenwood, j
the civic organ-;
si in the w
represc:
city. They were on '
yesterday morning j
t-il ics for the serv
the heat, stuck val
■ ink until the thous
grot
•pared
id
to
1
tiler big crowd at
treet dance. The Big
irchestra furnished excellent
b
led.
the s
j
!
, ,
J.-., I want to thank the ladies of ;
!
city organizations for:
., , , , , ,
i xcellent help and congratulate 1
on their splendid
Six
d vi:
and citizens
en
ters
ancittg until a late hour.
CARD OF THANKS.
As general chairman of the At'- j
ngement Committee for the barbe-1
va
teem
success in
i
i
carrying out their plans.
r " :hem alone > 18 due a!1 tl >e credit j wi
me splendid management in t at
g and serving the large crowd. 1
A cry respectfully, j
W. S. VARDAMAN. t ,
ItX press 1 hunks To | for
|
Ladies of Greenwood
!
u- ,1 , i
Me desire to express our thanks /
.... e . • , for
jnd gratitude to the chairmen and;
,v, . , . ,
the.r co-workers of the various or
, n , , .
ganizations of Greenwood, who assra
, ... . . in
ted u- so ably in serving the picnic _
. „ , . .
tinner yesterday. Through their v
. . ,
capable assistance the immense crowd
..... . . , ,■ .
" a> served m twenty five minutes.
MRS. L. L. DAWSON.
MRS. L. N. CHANDLER.
,
j
|
n *
drove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores
Energ;.- and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you feel its
sirer.kitbening. invigorating effect, see how
lt brings color to the cheeks and how
A TONIC
Old
it i
nproves the appetite, you will theR
J.
So 'f
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove 1 tasteless chill Tonic is simply
Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup.
Pleasant even children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to 711
k' fKr ' '' Destroys Malarial germs and
Gnp zectns by its Strengthening, Invigor
•*"■* EffecL ^
C.
- 0 —
General Daugherty want
: but didn't, as he explained, out
* ;.v .t for the opinion of people
•prove of prize fights of
-.it be a sort of unofficial
itive." Well, a frank ac
■ment of sporting blood is j
■ :r. more friends than it I
B.
J.
>rr
W.
rose:
i;
W.
J.
J.
Irte Dollar Saved Represents Ten
Dollars Earned.
- -'rage man does not save to
d >r per cent of his earnings, j
• -pend nine dollars in living
for every' dollar saved. That
r ' - use he can not be too oare
' G.
|
J.
A.
W.
- unnecessary exnenses.
fro- a few cents property in- ^
ike buying seeds for his gar- ^
' wiL save several dollars outlay
It is the same in buying B '
'
• ron's Colic and Dianfoea
It costs but a few cents.
.
• a bottle of it in the house often
-fa doctor's bill of several dol
omdjr.
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'Advertisement.)
BUSINESS DONE
BY SUPERVISORS
H. *rd Mrt \nd \llo»ed The Salar
l*f l he Officer* And Ac
count* 1'aid.
r. i~.>rs met at
;-Ji. with tbe'm
11 . L.
Sheriff,
■nun
ii Y. t rai- r, S. R. Keesler,
\\
er. A K Hew Chancery
S Varda in
A
\Y
sheriff and the
>s of
clerk and depu
• rdui .ii n, pros
county
illowed.
tn
lid depul
vere
,t of Henry Bracket
as
erroneous.
•r.iere.l the account of |
r a r ad in Beat One'the
Mfg. Co., be rejected,
on of the Chamber of
continued.
iet : 11 of W. ■- Eskridge fur
■ . in l eu T» w is order-1
;' that the county depos
,s tr msferrvd from the com
fund to the loan warrant •
■iir of $10,78*1.67 for pay
i. v due on the loan I
Boanl (
the said transfer 1
of said loan warrant;
-.. 0 ! , unty funds be up
I
I: ..spearing that the county depos
: i Methodist Church for
■as ordered eon-1
j
rdereb that the petition of
refund on taxes
In
In
Pa::
120 , the
d in
oruervd
i-nt
confirmed
v-roved and
of taxes
tii
jed.
Q. R. Mahoney f
be rejected.
lering competitive bids'a
r the . ustrueton of a public road ,
1 the Northeast corner of Section
5, Township 22, Range 2. West, due !
West ..long the section lines to the
Sunflower County line, a distance of 5
-1 miles, thy contract was awarded to
J. W. Turner for $750 per mile.
The Board ordered that an election j
j be held at Minter City on July 29 j
for the ■ urpose of voting $20,000 ini
-i r a building and equipment
consolidated school.
A petition from
After
cons
ron
J. F. Burrows I
for .1
presented to the Board, request
ing a public road be constructed to I
j the north of his residence on a line
between sections 1 and 12 , township
range 2 , running in a westerly
w
' 22,
j direction and terminating at the Sun
flower County line, 5 miles in length,
The petition was granted and fi. Y.
Fraiser and W. G. Poindexter were
1 appointed to review the road and to
report at the next meeting of the
Board,
rdered that the account
the Daily Commonwealth for
j printing and supplies for the County
! Health Officer be continued.
It was ordered that the account of
the City of Greenwood for burying a
pauper be continued.
; , , „ „ ,
! The account of S. F. Jones for
, . ...
corn for the county convict farm was
1 onUim , cont|nued _
It was
if
j
i The sale of $30,000 bonds for the
i Sidon Consolidated School District
j wi ,j a(fajn be 0 ff ered to t ) u . pu bli c
t at the next met .ting of the Board.
1 TlltJ application of Mrs. C. L. Me- |
j Bride for a loan of $2,000 was order
t , l( granted by the Board, when an >'>'
pproved abstract to the land offered j
| for security is made.
The application of W. T. I.oggins J
» a loan of $4,000 was ordered of
granted upon the furnishing of an
approved abstract to the land offered
/
for security,
, „ ,, ,
Upon a petition of O. C. Nei 1 and
, , ,
others, the stock law was declared
J . .. „ . , ,,
in effect on the hast site of the
_ „ . , , . „. . .
Tallahatchie River and West and
v , ,, v n i i ■ .1
North of the Yallobusha river, the
. , ...
same to be put into effect, four
.. , , . '
months from date.
G.
The account of the Delta Insurance
Agency was ordered continued.
The petition of J. F. Burrows for r"
* change of assessment was ordered 1
continued. I car
$ o 40 !
lnn nn |
" to
„ j
s in
8-10
1 ' > - 20 I Mr.
ACCOUNTS ALLOWED.
Henderson & Baird, mdse.
King's Daugh. Hospital
Old Lad. Home Ass'n.
Greenwood Library .
J. H. Bain convey pris. .
'f- " • Quinn, Drug Co.
"'»de Hardware Co. .
711 Tire & Acces. Co. gas
Charley Redditt, Jan.
3.7
8S.25
. 100,00;
Greenwood Drug Co. mdse. . 19.05
C. S. Davidson, print.
51.50;
10.22
86 1
B. L. A'oung, excess tax
J. D. Peterson, excess tax
9.57
Greenwood E. L, & \V. P.
Ountb. Tel. & Tel. Co.
43.25,
W. I). Cooley, board paupers 143.50
Wilson Furn. Co., coffins ... 60.00 ,
McIntyre Drug Co. mdse
Daily Commonwealth, ptg. . 25.00
s.ooj
1.30
W. F Johnson, jury bailiff
Greenwood Lumb. Co.
J. Q. Alford, sal.
J. J. Barrow
iso.oo:
7.50:
178.00 ;
12.00
.... 36.70
G. S .Pate. Cir Court allow.
Delta Machine wks. repair
J. D. Lanham, plumb.
A. R. Bew, ex.
W. P. Kimbrough
Greenwopd ^ Sch «' 1 dist - 9*2-70
^ nt ' * Com ' Nat ' 1 Bank ^.20
^ uc ^ 6..5
larlwnRht of Clarksdale, sup. 27.84
B ' M J»ck*on, work 2.>.00
Road and bridges account $31,687.17
County convict farm account $1,61$ 41
10.00
Pile* Cured la 6 to U Day*
DnkftgiMs rtpfttod i
'o cur» IrdRmi. Bt
Ttsirvrs
if PA20 OrVTMENT iai'
. or Prxxnxlta* VMe* ,
tl
KIWANIS CLUB
HOLDS MEETING
Enlhusiastic Gathering Occurs With
Large Attendaace—Dr. Rennie
Officer of Day.
at The Club held its regular weekly
tbe'm eting yesterday noon at tile Mem
L. 'rial Building with a big increase in
ittendance arid the Kiwanis spirit
■-is iii evidern e and every one present
enjoyed the splendid talks.
Mr. J. W. George presided at the
meting and after disposing of the
business that came before the Club.
the
and hearing the various reports of the
committees, he introduced Dr. Joseph
Rennie as the Officer of the Day.
Dr. Rennie took charge of the
meeting and in his very capable
ay
of | introduced Dr. J. W, Storer as the
guest of honor of the Kiwanis Club,
'elcomed him to Greenwood as
One'the new pastor of the First Baptist
'hurch here.
of who
fur Dr. Storer made a very splendid ad
dress and complimented the people of
Greenwood on the great spirit of
fellowship shown here in Greenwood
and said that in no place that he had
• ever resided had he see* it in evi
deuce as here in this community,
I He complimented the people here on
( the spirit of cooperation and cited
1 the case of the wonderful gathering
at the barbecue held the day befo.re
and of the crowd that attended the
I baseball game, all of which showed
"hat can be accomplished by coop
eration and that he was glad to find
everybody in Greenwood were good
j boosters.
of Dr. Rennie complimented our pres
ident who recently became a "grand
father" a,id the Club rose and drank
bids'a toast to the new arrival and his
, very proud grand daddy. Dr. Ren
inie turned over to Mr. George a
! piece of poetry that he had receiv
jed on the arrival of his first born
5 child which was entitled "Rocking the
Cradle',
j necessary for another Vice Presi
j dent.
ini Mr. A. F. Gardner made a short
talk and then introduced Mr. Haynes
With the additional
per
sonalities imposed on him it may be
dio is a representative of the Delta
I Southern and he informed them of
his mission here. He said the Delta
I Southern had been a failure and that
he was here to dispose of the va
rious branches and that he was open
lor a proposition from any one who
•anted to buy them.
Mr. A, T. Stovall, of Okolona, Miss., I
receiver for the Columbus and Green-,
ville, was then introduced.
He spoke
of the wonderful building activities
of Greenwood and paid a high com
plimerit to our people,
wanted the citizens of Greenwood to
He said he*
support the Columbus and Greenville l
and he would see that we would get
better service over this road, but
that he was required to make the
road operate on its own revenue and
the business interest must help to do
this. He promised to give us bet
ter schedules and do lots for Green
wood.
Dr. A. J. Avert of the Mississippi
College was the next visitor introduc
eJ llnd a very pleasing address
an,i his «'»' a rks were very interest
| '•>» and "'ere enjoyed by all present.
The attendance prize was donated
>'>' Khvanil,n Sam Stern of the City
j Grocery C ompany,
make a sweet impr
wanted to
ion on the Club
w]
J and ^ ave a twenty-five pound bag
of "S«par*'. The prize went to Dr.
Joseph Rennie.
Dr. F. M. Snndifer was appointed
officer of the day for the next lunch
eon with the following to
the program committee: Mr. W. S.
Vardanian, Mr. R. Smith and Mr. S.
G. Wilson.
serve on
In reference to the Curb Market
proposition the following
pointed a committee
a
were
ap
to
cooperate
with the other civic organizations:
Mr. H. Moskovitz, W. H. Harper and
r" < ' 1 ' Pleasants.
1 lht ' matU>r of 11 th «>ugh sleeping
I car service from New
i
Orleans to
Greenwood and the
change of the
! sche<iu!e ' makill U a fast sendee be
| twei ' n ,lu ' S1 ' two P oints w»s brought I
to the attention of the Club by Mr.
j Albert J. Brewerton and after dis
(e'ussvion a committee of two were ap
(pointed. Mr. W. M. Whittington and!
I Mr. J. W. George.
in
X. X. X.
*
I he next time
you buy calomel
ask for
alotaLs
take
!
; of
'
side
1 Grow
the
coof
The purified and refined
calomel tab! 'tv that are
nausealess, sat-and sure.
Medicinal virtue* retain
ed and i nproved. Sold
only in sealed packages,
"rice 35c.
!
, Mr.
' phen
WAR FINANCE"
corpora
With
Statement By Eutnt
Managing Director
finance C
0 f A,W,
nrpurtaion
in
the
the
Club.
The advance of * 5 , 000,000 .
Staple Cotton Cooperative/
Don, of Memphis, app^ 7
by the War Finance
marks the adoption
by the Directors of
The Corporation, which
by th« Congress
tions for the
financing the
of a
the Co
was
to
Purpose of
the
the
asai
exportation of
products by making advance,?
enean exporters and American ,
ers, has steadily broadened
m order to meet the present J
geney which exists in the J
of agricultural and other
ties. At first, advances
to exporters only
exported under definite —
sale, but later, following eoafeMj
with cotton ext" iters and banke^^H
Washington, New Orleans ™
and New York, Corporation »
red its readiness to consider
cations in connection with th e
tation of cotton
three following plans'
1 —For
its
ay
the
as
coil
wen
°n cotton
arh
ad
of
of
had
evi
on
the
find
AtS
on any one of
prompt shipment a M
deferred payments;
2 For future shipments tjJ
reasonable time against either gJ
or deferred payments, after J
in foreign countries where goofcj
under definite contract for uk]
3—For prompt shipment to J
houses in foreign distributing J
to be held there ®
I
on account {
American exporters and bankers
marketing out of warehouses
Tlie advance to the Staple {j
Association
his
a
the
carries these pin
step farther. By its terms, th
sociation agrees that out of ihtl
000 bales «f long staple cotton j
ged as security, it will export si
one year a quantity sufficient!,
pay the full amount of the km,
of the proceeds of export s«lei-|
cotton to be held in American!
houses until the time is farraiti
be
I
K
of
export.
The advance represents
I
imately one-half of the presatl|
ket value of the cotton and nil
for a maximum period of ore;
but may be repaid sooner as fc
ton is exported and sold.
The Staple Cotton Cooperative
I sociation comprises within itsu
bership many of the leading a
planters in the Delta District
Mississippi. In fact, the om^H
producers of 220,000 bales of
to
he* staple cotton, out of a total a
yield of approximately 600,000
l have agreed to sell their
do
through this organization. Htj
tion of the Corporation trill ■
the Association to market il* (a
in an orderly way (luring tktl
rent cotton year witltput
cing sales.
If a similar plan could 1* n
out in connection with ottof
I
B
H
of cotton, it would be helpful •
lieving the situation. Propel
nanced, it would insure tiled
marketing of the crop and **
unnecessary for the
dump on the market
quantities of distressed cotton 1
in a short period. But it W»
it would help to stabilN
.



market so that the consumers
ton would perhaps feel jus®^|
replenishing their stocks, wW
most cases, are much lower tlB
Ual at this season of the i® fljS
The War Finance Corpi
stands ready to assist other 0
zations, as well as cotton eip
and banking institutions, in th
more.

I
way that it has assisted the
Cotton Cooperative Association;
vided the advances can be ma ^ 1
a sound business basis and pN*
also that the Corporation J
definitely assured that the wj
ill be repaid from the pro^
export sales within a y^r.

I
to
a
I
i

I
No Worms In * Healthy
troubled with W 0 ™lij
indicates poorbto*'
H
AH children
healthy color, which
rale, there is more or less stonisj*
GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TO®
iarty for two or three weeks will e
iraprovethedigestion.aodactssa
enina Tonioto the whole system. ^
threw off or dispel the worms,*
in reflect health. Pleasant to t*»
I
Nanus
of
B

GREENWOOD COTTON

I G.
1919-20 receipts . i
1918-19 receipts.j
Since Sept. 1, ..j
Same date last year.^
Week ending July ..
Same date last year."j|
Stock on hand now —. j
Same date last year .. .' d
Total shipments for week 'j
# a
I

A

To Stop a cough
take HAYES' HEALING
cough medicine which
healing the inflamed bbu im
! A box of GROVE'S ■ ^
SALVE for Chest Cold*. y
Group is enclosed with y tto
HAYES' HEAUNG HONEY J
should be rubbed on the c
of children suffering l rom *UL|
The hesling effect.
side Ike ihro*t corohined *" ll hKO jl 1*'
Grow s O-Pen-Trste S*)«
the skin soon stops 8
Both wmedies are packed m
coof of tbe combined trefltme . . few ftl
Just ask your druggW »
HEALING HONEY.
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Mr. John S. Sutphen
Roundlake, Miss., »«*
i ther
Mr I
Mr. Sutphen's father, *> •
phen in North Green

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