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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR A
FORDSON TRACTOR
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THEY ARE GOING TO BE HARD
TO GET.
E. K. MYRICK
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BRIDGE PARTY.
Mrs. Will McBee entertained three
tables at bridge yesterday very pleas
antly. The home was decorated in
bouquets of white chrysanthemums.
The first favor went to Mrs. M. L.
Turnage. It was a pretty brocaded
picture frame. The second favor, a
dainty vanity box, went to Mrs. Bon
ner Richardson. The hostess was aid
ed in serving refreshments by Mrs.
O. L. Kimbrough.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gwin of Tchula.
were visitors in Greenwood yesterday, i
M iss Jessie W ystt, âlso of Tchuls, <xc
companied them to Greenwood.
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M iss Anne Sorey, who spent a week
at her home in Isola, returned to
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Greenwood yesterday to resume her
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position at the W. T. Fountain store.
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Mrs. George Chambliss has purch
ased the house and lot of Mrs. M. C.
Forrester on Williamson street for
$2,500.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Young and son,
Douglas, went to Hemingway and
spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. A.
J. Scruggs.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Jones motored
here from their Tallahatchie county
plantation home yesterday afternoon
spent a few hours on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Flemons ,of Si
don, are spending a week with rela
tives and friends at Charleston and
Mrs. Andrew Moore and daughter
Miss Gladys, of Itta Bena, were vis
itors in Greenwood yesterday.
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in Tallahatchie county.
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Mrs. W. A. Billups of Carrollton,
was a visitor in Greenwood yesterday
and spent the day shopping.
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Mrs. R. C. Palmer and daughter oU
Ruleville, were visitors in Greenwood
yesterday.
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Mrs. C. B. Goodson, who has been
quite ill, was reported to be better
today.
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Mrs. R. Rippee of Berclair, was a
shopping visitor in Greenwood Wed
nesday.
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Mrs. E. N. Kearney and mother,
Mrs. Flets, of Money, were shopping!
visitors in Greenwood yesterday.
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Mrs. C. H. Kent and daughter o'j
Doddsville, were visitors here yester
day.
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United States Food Administration
License No. G. 146566.
It's Better
It's Different
The Delicious
Celebrated
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Packed in Attractive Sanitary Boxes
One To Five Pounds
Dollar Per Pound
v^TEIN GROCERY COMPANY
FEEDS GREENWOOD.
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"MAYTIME" IS COMING.
"Maytime," the distinctively differ
ent play with music, which is to be
presented at the Greenwood Theatre
on Tuesday, November 25th, is gen
erally rated as the most popular and
successful musical entertainment
the American stage has known in re
cent seasons. This musical novelty
is the product of Rida Johnson Young,
author of "Naughty Marietta" and
"Captain Kidd, Jr.," "Maytime" was
staged by Edwar Temple under the
personal direction of J. J. Shubert.
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Mrs. Todd and daughter of Gren
ada, were visitors in Greenwood yes
terday.
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Mrs. H. S. Moorhead of Sidon, was
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a visitor in Greenwood yesterday.

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Mrs. John Dodd of Berclair ,spent
yesterday shopping in Greenwoot
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The Thursday Bridge Club meets
with Mrs. Will McBee today.
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Mr. P. S. W'ilkes of Columbia, has
accepted a position with The Cru
mont. Mr. Wilkes was just recently!
discharged from the navy.
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Merchants Lunch 65 cts.
Meals at all Hours,
Mr. Buren Hilburn of the State De
partaient of Education at Jackson,
was a guest in Greenwood today and
paid a visit to the city schools.
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Mr. G W Evans was a business vis
itor to Greenwood yesterday from his
Kandy Kitchen.
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home at Sunny Side.
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casings sold by the Schilling Auto Co
Positive service on all automobile
Goodrich Silvertown Cord, "Best in
the Long Run." Call 56 and Service
will be coming your way.
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Mr. J. F. Cortner motored hei'e yes
terday from his plantation home and
spent a few hours no business.
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Mr. R. N. Love was here on busi
| ness from Berclair yesterday.
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Mr. A. J .Coste left today for Meri
! d an on a business trip.
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Two car loads Big Six Studebaker,
automobiles just received. Call Schill -
ing Auto Co., for demonstration
; Phone 56.

Get a pure Coca Cola at the Wiggins!
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TRUSTEE'S SALE,
j Under and by virtue of the author- X
ity vested in me as trustee in that cer- j ^
tain deed of trust dated February 2nd, : *
1918, executed by Thomas Shannon *
■ to secure the payment of a certain in
debtedness therein mentioned in favor ! Ÿ

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of W. M. Whittington, which said j 4»
deed of trust is duly recorded in Book %
18, page 615, of the Records of Mort- ^
gages and Deeds of Trust on Lands j 4»
in Leflore County, Mississippi, de- 4
fault having been made in the pay
ment of said indebtedness, and all of * *
said indebtedness having been declar- ! *>
ed due and payable as provided in said *
uation just where it was six months *
deed of trust, I, the undersigned 4»
trustee in said deed of trust, 4
request of the holder It.
and owner of said indebtedness 4»
and in order to satisfy said indebted ♦>
ness will, on
13th, 1919, within legal
front of the south front door of the 4
courthouse in the City of Greenwood,
Leflore County, Mississippi, sell the
property described in said deed of
trust, as follows, towit: j 4
Lots 11 and 12 in Block 10 of the
Whittington Addition to the said City
of Greenwood, Leflore County, Mis-:*
sissipp', as shown by the map of said
Addition recorded in Map Book
page 35 of the Records of Maps in
the office of the Chancery Clerk of
said County and State, and all im-,
provements located on said lots.
Witness my signature this 19th day
of November, 1919.
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hours, in 1 *•*
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J .E. MANN, Trustee.
PLANTATION NEAR GREEN
WOOD FOR SALE.
My clients offer for sale the planta
tion s * x m iles northeast of Green
wood, known by the different names
of "Pettigrew," "Champ Taylor", and
"Adams-Sisloff Place." The Green-!
wood and Grenada public road runs
through it, and the Y. & M. V. R. R.
runs through one corner of it near
the residence, flag stop near by. Well
improved, 300 acres in cultivation. Go
and look it over; Mr. Henry Sisloff
will show it to you. Make me bid;,
not under $125.00 per acre. Quick sale
desired.
MONROE McCLURG, ATTY.
LOST—Three rings, tied to a green
handkerchief. Return to this office.
Reward.
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WANTED — Furnished
Phone 60.
room , or
FOR SALE—Two lots on South
in
rooms,
paved street
front; price right; one house and lot;
on Nichols Ave; small payments, long
Side Strong Ave.,
time. Call W. A. Stinson, Phone No. 8
FOR SALE—All property belong
ing to Mrs. B. L. Franklin on Hender
son Street; walk-out proposition,
you want to buy call at 804 Hender
son or Phone 863.
If
FOR SALE—Four
Cows.
Phone 727.
good
See E. H. Grippen at once,
Milch
FOR RENT—Two rooms for light
housekeeping, to couple without chil
dren; call Phone 759.
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front
Phone 348.
room.
SCHOOL CHILDREN—Candy and
cakes for sale- across from school
house Friday.
Take The Daily Commonwealth.
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OPPOSITE DAHMERS
WILL OPEN TUESDAY MORNING
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A FEW OF OUR PRICES
LOIN STEAK
PORK CHOPS
LAMB ROAST
BEEF ROAST
OTHER PRICES IN PROPORTION
PHONE NO. 1035.
Thes ePrices Are Good At Market Number 1
PHONE NO. 462-W.
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The town clock has been out of com- '
?nission since yesterday afternoon at
15:35 o'clock. It will be repaired as
soon as possible.
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FOOT BALL GAME
FRIDAY 3 P. M.
SCHOOL GROUNDS
GREENVILLE VS. GREENWOOD.
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R. of used cars > thoroughly overhauled,
repainted, etc. One to several hund
red dohars cheaper than you might,
' x P e ct. Schilling Auto Co. Phone 56. j
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enable your car to pass the test for
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Ask us about the National Brake:
j one year.
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
PHONE 992.
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We have two of the best cooks
in Greenwood.
Kandy Kitchen.
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''Best in the Long Run". 6000 miles on:
in Fabric and 8000 miles on the Cord.!
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Goodrich Silvertown Cord tires.
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lot; For Sale by Schilling Auto Co.
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FOOT BALL GAME
FRIDAY - 3 P. M.
SCHOOL GROUNDS
GREENVILLE VS. GREENWOOD.
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Serious accident or minor troubles
with your tires, Call "Seven Eleven";
711 from the nearest telephone, We'll
do the rest. 711 Tire & Accessory
! Co., Inc.
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Kelly Springfield Tires.
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
PHONE 992.
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The CORONA, the best little typewriter in the world, is a Christmas gift that can be used by the whole
family for years and for years. It will serve mother during the day with her houshold orders, social (§)
and personal correspondence. A CORONA w'ill be the very thing for father in the evening and he will (g)
not have to go back to the office to write his letters. The CORONA will serve the children well in their
studies and enable them to not begin early the use of* the typewriter but allow them to "bring up"
their written lessons in the neatest possible form.
The price of the CORONA is $50.00, which includes neat travelling case. Terms to responsible parties.
Don't wait to place your order for if you wait you will not be able to get it for we are district agents @)
for nine counties and they are usually sold faster than we can get them.
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A Pyrene in your car will decrease
the cost of your insurance as well as
add to your safety.
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
PHONE 992.
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All Automobile Parts, Repair Work,!*
Washing, Greasing and Oiling
STRICTLY CASH. Schilling Auto ;
Co.
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FRIDAY 3 P. M.
SCHOOL GROUNDS
GREENVILLE VS. GREENWOOD.

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THURSDAY, NOV. 20th
De Wolf Hopper
In His Greatest Triumph
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The Better Ole
A Comedy with Music and
Charming Girls
The Bairnsfather International
Success
Two Years in London —One Year
In New York
85c, $1.10, $1.65, $2.20
SATURDAY. NOV. 22nd.
Julian Eltinge
And His
Revue of Nineteen-Nineteeir
Farewell Appearance prior to
trip around the world.
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00,$2.50
Seats Now Selling
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH :
Gus Hill's Big
Minstrels
PEOPLE
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Seats on Sale Friday
85c, $1.10, $1.65
TUESDAY, NOV. 25th.
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Present
The Play Of Everlasting Joy
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Young and Charming Chorus
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tickets will go on sale only one
day in advance of show.
COMING
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charge of Mr. G. M. Futrel, who has had a number of years
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We wish also to announce that we are now members of
The Master Cleaners and Dyers, and clothes intrusted to our
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$ back. In case of fire in our DRY CLEANING DEPART
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clother in the laundry, and for this reason in case of fire in
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Offering a Colossal Program Including a Pageant First Part, An Oilo
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JACK KENNEDY
RUDY WILLING
William Hallett. James Brady, Carl Graves, Eddie Gallagher, Si
Denys, Jigger Marr, Bob Western, Joe Buckley, J. Francis Riley.
Herbert, Willison, Jack Battarbsby, Frank Brennan, Harry Har
John Clooney, Fred Freddy, Harold Williams, Howard Neidling, Jack
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Watch For The Big Street Parade
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Auto Tops Rebuilt & Recovered
0e Luxe Back Curtains A Specialty.
Commercial Bodies Built to Order.
Solid Truck Tires Attached On Short Notice
HIGH CLASS AUTOMOBILE PAINTING
JUCHHEIM WAGON WORKS
PHONE 552;

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