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E. K. MYRICK
CHILDS BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Mrs. S. A. Ward entertained quite
number of little folks Thursday af
at her home at 412 Dewey j
Street, in honor of her charming little!
hter. The occasion was the lit
th* girl s birthday. Candies, fruits'
and numerous games were enjoyed, af- j
ter which a delicious ice course was!
Those present were: Elizabeth Rov
er.horst, Josephine Stern. Rebekahj
Stinson, Mary Fulton, Carolyn Terry,
Josephine Woods, Sarah Regenold
Pattie Regenold, Roselle White, Ber
nard, Audrey and Falba Daeus, Clin
ton Pepper, Charles Stern, Sam
Guess, Joe and Laurie Hyam, Lonnie
Mrs. W ard was assisted in enter
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taming the children by Mrs. lyree
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and Miss Gertrude White.
Miss Mary LeRoy Kitchell, who is
attending school at Holly Springs, vis
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Kitchell for the week end.
Miss Lucille Bryant left Saturday
for Memphis, where she will undergo
an operation today for the removal of
Mrs. H. D. Moskovitz and two chil
yesterday for Memphis
where they will remain
spent Sl 1 day here the guest of her
daughter, Miss Elizabeth Watkins.
Miss Helena Wilson of Atlanta, ar
rived today to be the guest of Miss
Mrs. C. A. Kinkead has returned
from n three weeks visit to Louis
M Iss Bettey Casey spent Sunday in
Lexington the guest of Mrs. Harry
Misses Eiila Nettles and Alice
Smith spent the week end with Mrs.
Johnson Cox at Itta Bena.
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Mrs .Steve Magee
with friends in Lexington.
Miss Polly Henderson of the Foun
tain store, is reported to be quite ill.
Mrs. M. N. Parish
with relatives in Charlestor..
Mrs. George Taylor spent Sunday
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License No. G. 146566.
All others are immitations except
Milk fed Little Pig
Received every Monday by express
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Battery Experts at Your Service.
GREENWOOD BATTERY CO. i
217-219 West Market Street,
PHONE Nos. 6 and 477.
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I SL DDUTH—HAMRICK
Miss Mattie Sudduth and Mr. Mark
J. L.-.mrick, both of Greenwood, were;
j married here Saturday night 8 o'clock
by Rev. J. R. Hughes. Mr. Hamrick
holds a position with the Express Co.,
and they will make their home in
Mrs. Gid Kelley and children re
turned Saturday night from Louise,
Miss., where she has been visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Brister.
Mrs. Eli Ethridge and children, of
Schlater, were in the city shopping
Saturday, and made The Daily Uom
monwealth a pleasant call.
Mrs. H. J. Dashiell of Columbus, has
, . .
accepted a position with the Buckeye
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Dr. and Mrs. Kimbrough were here
from Morgan City shopping Saturday,
Mrs. Emma Harris is reported
be quite ill.
Mrs. E. K. Jones of Lexington, was
a visitor in Greenwood Saturday.
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Mr. P. E. Schilling returned today
from the Studebaker factories at
South Bend, Ind. Mr. Schilling states
that he has some important announce
ments to make through these columns
in the next few days in regard to the
new model cars that will arrive soon.
Get a pure Coca Cola at the Wiggins
Mr. J. Minyard and bride returned
home last week from a trip to Vaiden
and other points, where they have
been visiting relatives.
They are do
miciled at the home of Mrs. W. R.
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Mr. C. A. Pitchford and daughter,
M iss Ida Hester spent Sunday in
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One new King Eight Roadster
driven 2000 miles. $2000.00. Aldridge
Auto Sales Co.
Mr. E. E. Kersh, the capable mana
ger of Barry & Wingfield's Sweet
Home plantation, was a business vis
itor here today.
Merchants Lunch 65 cts.
Meals at all Hours.
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Get a pure Coca Cola at the W'iggins
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"THE BETTER 'OLE
De Wolf Hopper will be seen at the
Greenwood Theatre on Thursday, No
vember 20th, in Captain Bruce Ba ins
father's story, "The Better 'Ole.". A
fragment from France in two explo
sions, "Seven Splinters," and "A
Short Gas Attack.
All Automobile Parts, Repair Work,
Washing, Greasing and Oiling
STRICTLY CASH. Schilling Auto
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Mr. J. G. McGuire, of Yazoo City,
was here Saturday in the interest of
the New Orleans firm he represents
Our loss is your gain. See our line
of used cars, thoroughly overhauled, !
repainted, etc. One to several hund
red dollars cheaper than you might
expect. Schilling Auto Co. Phone 5G. '
I Mr. J. B. Bruce, one of our clever!
i Carroll county friends, was here on i
1 busines sSaturday.
Mr. J. Kantor and small son Fer
dinand and Goodman, Jr., spent Sun
! day in Lexington the guest of Mr.
Your friends can buy anything you
can give them except your photo
graph. There are photographers in
Greenwood and they are not as busy;
now as they will be just before
THE SPURRIER STUDIO.
Messrs. Sam L. Gwin, Gid Montjov
and F. R. Streater are in New Orleans
on business today.
Dr. J. A. Hall is attending the con
ferenee at Tupelo this week.
Mi\ Maurice Schear, of Schlater,
was in the city on business today.
Mr. Sam Burkhalter, who has been
ill with the influenza, was reported
Dr. Lowery, president of Blue
Mountain College, was a visitor 111
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Greenwood last night and today,
Mr. Carlos W r . Durrett spent Sun
day with friends in Sumner.
Capt. W. A. Swift was in the city
from Swiftown on business today.
Mr. J. E. Clark of Sunflower, was
a visitor in Greenwood last night.
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Two car loads Big Six Studebaker
automobiles just received. Call Schill
ing Auto Co., for demonstration.
We have two of tbe best cooks
Mr. Sam Dyre spent Sunday in Eu
Mr. D. B. Magee spent Sunday wit 1
friends in Sumner.
Positive service on all automobile
casings sold by the Schilling Auto Co.
Goodrich Silvertown Cord, "Best in
the Long Run." Call 56 and Service
will be coming your way.
B. M. JACKSON
Painting & Paper Hanging
Estimates Furnished Free
PHONE 504. 407 WILLIAMSON ST.
'The Open Door
With An All Star Cast
Because [He Loved Her"
A Keynote Comedy
Kinogram Ko. 72
Seats now on Sale for
De Wolf Hopper
The Better Ole'
THURSDAY, NOV. 20th
SATURDAY. NOV. 22nd.
Revue of Nineteen-Nineteen
Farewell Appearance prior to
trip around the world.
Seats go on sale
* WEDNESDAY, NOV. 9th.
A picture yon will never
BEGINS SAT. NOV. 15th.
BEGINS SAT. NOV. 15th.
Ready - To - Wear Sale
Garment Arrivals That Were Recently Personally Selected
Bv Our Mr. Maynard Fountain On His New York Trip.
\ Prices during this sale will be notably way under early season
prices. In addition to this fine selected lot of later style dresses
at lower prices will be included our entire line of fine needled
■ suits and dresses also at reduced inviting prices. Truly this is
going to be the ready-to-wear event of the season.
DURING THIS SALE
NO CHARGE FOR
Don't miss it.
Don't Deny Yourself These Dresses
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Tempting tricolette dresses in brown, navy and black.
New models worth easily $60.00 to $75.00 but-think of
it we've marked them
Georgette Crepe dresses that your judgment would
value at $50.00 to $100.00 dandy new models in popu
lar colorings. A few light shades for afternoon wear
42-50 47.50 59.50 69-50
Can you afford not to buy one of these
Some special numbers in satin and silk dresses at
popular prices. Many newly made in delightful colors.
These go at
Wonderful effects in evening dresses. New creations
just arrived. Charming conceptions from choice style
centers. All shades. Worth far more but for this event
19-75 24-75 39.75
This is an unusual garment opportunity
Dresses in serges, tricotines and velours, choice models
well worth seeing and choosing. Serge dresses offered
at $19.75 and $24.75 others in tricotine and velour at
$34.75 and 47.75. Navy, Blues and Black.
A very specially selected lot of fine serge and tricotine
dresses, handsomely trimmed ,splendid needled in values
up to $112.50 offered at
BUY A NEW BATH ROBE
The most complete line ever shown now on display
Also A Slash At Suits
The Warm Weather Kept Them Here - - - Now Low Prices Must Move Them
During this sale event we offer an A selection of 100 suits in good as- Wonderful high class fur trimmed
unusual lot of popular price suits sortment of colors and cloths,
in serge and novelty cloths. Good the big selling styles in this lot.
values well worth your attention. Formerly $60.00 to
suits. Duv de Laine, Peach Bloom,
$100.00 Now Velours and Bolivias. The most
select styles stocked by this store
priced usually at $110.to $225.00.
These will be greatly reduced each
35 00 T0 39-50
45.OO TO 75.00
A Wonderful Line Of Goats To Choose From
We have just received some wonderful coats in Peach Bloom, Fortuna Cloth, and Camillian
Cord. This makes us able to offer an unusual selection of wonderful values in coats.
Delightful models of coats in Silvertone, Duv de
Laine and Velour. All colors for fall and winter.
Serviceably needled. Choice at
A trip to our store is really futile unless one stops
to inspect our fine line of popular priced coats.
Plain and fur trimmed styles. Choice
25.00 TO 39.50
47.50 TO 75-00
A table piled with wool sweaters to close out. "Ripple
tail" and "slip over" styles. Choice colors wanted
now. $9.00 to $12.00 values, each.
We have just received about 50 handsome coats for
the kiddies. Sizes 2 to 6 at $7.75 to $20.00. Sizes 8
to 14 at $9.75 to $25.00. Misses coats, snappy styles
13-50 TO 35.00
Big assortment Georgette Waists in White, Flesh,
Navy and Black. Values to $13.50. Choice
|0ne big table full of hats
While The Selection Is
At Its Best.
jAnother choice lot of hats at
'Big Values .
Childrens Gingham Dresses offered at prices that should tempt you to buy for next spring. You will be glad then you did
now. 2 to 5 years at $1.50 each. 6 to 14 years at $2.50 each. Every one a very special value.
Strayed or Stolen.
! Strayed or stolen from McShane ad
dition of Greenwood, on
I night, November 15th,
: HORSE, about 15 hands high, weighs
! about 1000 pounds, good color, shod
all round. Will give reward for in
formation leading to recovery.
H. M. HEITTNER.
WANTED—To rent furnished room
by gentlemen . Address H. G. Care
National Cash Register Co. Green
EXPERIENCED Young Lady Sten
ographer desires position after Nov.
22nd. Reference furnished. Reasonable
salary. G: G. F., Phone 12. ,
FOR SALE!—One nice Dresser. Mrs.
J. H. Sanders. Phone 664-2 rings.
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FOR RENT—Furnished room for
gentlemen. Phone 632.
FOR SALE—658 acres of good land *
1 Smiles from Greenwood; 300 acres ^
in cultivation, 155 in deadening, bal- : *
ance well timbered; good improve-! *
ments and artesian well. Price rightl
for quick sale. January 1st delivery.;
Apply to or address J.
Serious accident or minor troubles
with your tires, Call "Seven Eleven
711 from the nearest telephone, We'll
do the rest. 711 Tire & Accessory
Goodrich Silvertown Cord tires.
'«Best in the Long Run". 6000 miles on
Fabric and 8000 miles on the Cord.
For Sale by Schilling Auto Co.
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* JOHN ASHCRAFT
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ASHCRAFT & WELLS
* PHONE 460 lot iir:i « . r. ....
1st Floor Wilson Bank Building *
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World's Greatest Contralto
GRAND OPERA HOUSE
WEDNESDAY, DEC., 3rd
PRICES:—$3.50, $3.00, $2.50, $2.00 and $1.50.
SEATS ON SAtfE NOW AT HAPPY THOUGHT SHOP
POPULAR STREET. MAIL ORDERH FILLED NOW.
Plus War Tax
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