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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Coupe, with electric self starting
, and lighting system, has a big, broad seat deeply ,
upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that
the breeze can sweep right through the open
car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a
closed car, snug, rain-proof and dust-proof. Has
all the Ford economies in operation and main
tenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfac
torily as long as it lasts. Demountable rims
with 3j4-inch tires all around. For the doctor
and travelling salesman it is the ideal car.
E. K. MYRICK
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BANQUET TO FOOT BALL TEAM.
M iss Mary Blanche Ellington, Miss
Mable Anthony and Miss Evelyn Tur
pin,. members of the Home Science
class assisted by Miss Mary White
more, tendered a banquet to the High
School Football team Friday night at
the school bulding. They were as
sisted in serving the dainty repast by
Miss Adele Marx and Lucille Fergeu
son.
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CARO I_BRADBURY WEDDING.
Miss Carol and Mr. R. V. Bradbury
were married Sunday afternoon at
1:15 o'clock at Muskogee, Okla. Mr.
Bradbury formerly held a position in
Greenwood with Swift & Co. He is
now employed with Armour & Co. at
Muskogee. He is a brother of Miss
Marie Bradbury of the Western Union
Telegraph Co.
campus
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FOOTBALL GAME THANKSGIVING
The Greenwood High School Foot
ball team and the Winona High School
team will meet on the local
Thursday afternoon.
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Now is your chance to get a cheap
Gage hat at the Stylo Shop. Reduced
below cost.
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MASONIC MEETING.
Greenwood Chapter No. 102 R. A
M. Will meet tonight 7:30 P. M.
Stated convocation. Election of offi
A. J. COSTE, Jr., Sec'y.
cers.
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Now is your chance to get a cheap
Gage hat at the Style Shop. Reduced
below cost.
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Mme. Schumann-Heink
World's Greatest Contralto
Grand Opera House. Greenville.
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Wednesday, Lee. 3rd.
Price* :—$3.50, $3.06, ?2.r0, $1.50
(1 lu War Tax)
Seats on sale now at Happy
Thought Shop, 111 S. I opiar St.
Mail Orders Fillf d Now.
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United States Food Administration
License No. G. 146566.
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SUGAR
ANY QUANTITY
21 CENTS
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FEEDS GREENWOOD.
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USEBHfOOOBATTIRY CO.
PHONE Nos. 6 and 477.
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COTTON SEED.
; FRUITER Cotton: Forty bolls make
pound. 46 per cent lint; 1 1-8 inch
staple. No boll weevils. Free from
all diseases; Resist drouths and winds,
Earliest big boll. A Cotton that beats
the boll weevil. All seed ginned and
culled on our private machinery. We
originated this wonderful cotton.
Write for facts and proofs from your A
own State. Special price on seed for!)
FOUR BALES PER ACRE
The record for Vandiver's HEAVY
early delivery.
VANDIVER SEED CO.,
LAVONIA, GA. !
FOR SALE OR LEASE: DELTA
PLANTATION. Located 25 miles |
from Vicksburg, Miss. 1220 acres, well
improved. 1000 acres open; in culti
and alfalfa
ows. Store, gin, railroad and
depot on property; large residence,
close to depot, desirably located, 26
large tenant houses; garage, barns,
Good lot of negro la
bor. 250 high grade cattle on proper
ty, also 5,000 acres pasture adjoin- 1
ing, all fenced. Will pasture 1000
cattle the year around without feed.
Address Owner P. O. Box 160, Jack- j
son, Miss. !
vation and lespedezia
mead
ant j outhouses.
FOR SALE. PLANTING COTTON
SEED. Foster, Trice, Po'k and Wan
amaker. These seed are of first pick-j
ing and guaranteed sound. STONER
GIN CO.
FOR SALE—One two-horse wagon
as good as new. This wagon has Tim- ;
ken roller bearings and is the kind
used by Wholesale Grocers.
ER & CO.
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FOR SALE—Six-room house on
Henderson Street, near Henry. Price
$3500.00. See S. C. Lenoir.
WANTED—By December 1st or
15th, job as meat cutter in some good.
Delta town in Mississippi. Several,
years experience and can furnish first;
class reference. Address D. H. Flow
ers, Box 604, Fairfield, Ala.
WANTED—Furnished room for
gentleman. Call Wm. F. Sulzbacher,
Phone 10.
WANTED—Middle aged white wo
man to take charge of pantry at Irv
ing Hotel.
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LOOK
We give 500 votes in the doll contest
with each purchase of a bottle of
Jonteel toilet water. Get your votes
in the box by 6 P.M. Wednesday even
ing and you sure will have to keep
your speed up, all the little girls are
working hard. We give the dolls away
Thanksgiving day.
Barrett's Drug Store
WE HAVE IT.
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Gage hat at the Style Snop. Reduced
below cost.
GREENWOOD;
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Gus Hill's Big
Minstrels
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Seats on Sale Fiiday
85c, $1.10, $1.65
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TUESDAY, NOV. 25th.
LEE and J. J. SHUBERT
Present
The Play Of Everlasting Joy
MAYTIME
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The Greatest Musical Play
An Excellent Cast
Young and Charming Choi us
SPECIAL ORCHESTRA
$1.10, $1.65, $2.20
Owing to no room on the boards
tickets will go on sale only one
day in advance of show.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26th.
WILLIAM FGX, Presents
Peggy Hyland
IN
Cheating Herself"
ALSO
Kinogram No. 76
MONEY TALKS FOX SHORT
STORIES.
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22c
THURSHAY, NOV 27th
THANKSGIVING
MATINEE AND NIGHT
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David Belasco
Presents
Tiger Rose
New Orleans Picayune says its
the best play of the season. Its
Storm Scene in the 2nd act a
wonderful stage effect more
than thrilling.
PRICES:
Night $2.20, $1.65, $1.10, 85, 55
Matinee 55, 85, $1.10, $1.65.
Seats on sale Tuesday morning
Nine A. M.
FIRDAY, NOV. 28th.
Mabel Normand
Don't miss Her Latest Picture
Of 1000 Laughs
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Thje Picture ,'You Will Never
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17c
28c
SATURDAY, NOV. 29th.
'The Border Legion'
With an All Star Cast.
ALSO
"Fabulous Fortune
Fumblers"
A SUNBEAM COMEDY
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Entertainment All WEEK
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Meals at all Hours.
Merchants Lunch 65 cts.
Kandy Kitchen.
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Auto accidents must be avoided—
Thermoid brake lining and Sparton
horns.—Let us equip your car!
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
PHONE 992.
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Some good Fords. Tires good and
in good running order. Priced low. ;
See them at Schilling Auto Co. on
River Front.
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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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We have two of the best cooks
in Greenwood.
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Kandy Kitchen.
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1919 Buick, Light Six Touring.
NeuT tires and in first class mechani
cal shape. Run about 5000 miles.
Priced right. Schilling Auto Co.
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Ask us about the National Brake
i Inspection Movement—Thermoid will
enable your car to pass the test for
one year.
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
PHONE 992.
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Two Light Six Studebakers, both in
excellent condition. Good tires ,tops,
etc. Run less than 5000 miles. Here
are two good ones.
Schilling Auto
Co.
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A ten dollar bumper has often sav
ed a fifty dollar radiator.
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
PHONE 992.
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if you were not at the tractor
demonstration ask what the
fordson did.
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All SHIRT WAISTS reduced. * Now
! is the time to gel a nice Waist at:
a bargain.
THE STYLE SHOP.
dren's Hour like a feast. For the
tiny toddlers there is a varied
menu, sometimes Uneeda Biscuit
and milk, sometimes Graham Crack
ers, Oatmeal Crackers or Lunch Bis
cuit. This is changed on special
occasions t® Old Time Sugar Cook
(js'ewtons and, rarest of
are days when we had
ream and Nabisco, and , '.hose
wywere our party days.
"Don't think my hour is Just a
world lunch hour. It started us happily,
for th
I was there to make a sketch or
her. Luncheon was just over, and
she was talking to a little knot of
women. The first ju
I slid quietly into
"National Biscuit," '
antly my own tasty
eon. I liked her.a
fortably as sh^|^P
and ears
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irby seat, were
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Nit of pause
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nildroatfd
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stening
fïïcc they w
ve given that
nabffis. First I had^$
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hildren^
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ade us sure they
^jury day—for
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must
could
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Always ready— ^
always fresh—always wel
An appetizer at the be
ginning of the meal, making the best I
soup better, and the final touch of satis- ■
faction when the cheese and coffee are B
served. Nothing can take the
place of Uneeda Biscuit
on the family table.
NATIONAL
BISCUIT
COMPANY
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be. During the
^^■pProy babies were growing
never missed the Chil
's Hour with its tasty feast.
"You see.
went on, "are muchu^fl
n.als. They aye most lo|j
most tractable after the:
something to eat. National BiscS^
dainties always begin our Chil
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REITZ MARKET NO. 2
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Opposite Dahmer's
Will Open
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Coniensed Statement
GREENWOOD BANK & TROST COMPANY
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Made To The Board Of Bank Examiners At The Close of Business
November, 17th, 1919.
RESOURCES.
Loans, and Discounts
Overdrafts on Cotton :
Guaranty Fund ..
United States Bonds ...
Banking House .
Customers Libilities Accounts of Acceptances
Cash and Sight Exchange .
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$1,046,128.22
740,999.63 $1,787,127.85 .
. 1,000.00
. 9,650.00
. 25,500,00
100,000.00
222,980-17
Total Resources
$2,146,258.02
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock.
Surplus .
Undivided Profits
Acceptances Executed For Customers
Bills Payable .
Cashiers Checks .
Deposits.,.
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200,000.00
50,000.00
11,576.67
100,000.00
200,000.00
534.20
1,584,147.15
Total Liabilities
$2,146,258.02
In calling attention to this, the first statement rendered by the Greenwood
Bank & Trust Company since it's reorganization, we do so, we think, with
pardonable pride.
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We take this opportunity to thank our friends and customers for making
this statement possible.
We appreciate the hearty encouragement received from every source, which
gives us impetus for harder work and greater desire to be of benefit to
Greenwood and this section of country.
J- S. LOVE, Active Vice-President.
R. A. BALL, Cashier.
* DR.R.M.BANISTER
* (Successor to Dr. Jas. Lewis.) *
Graduate
* Veterinary Surgeon *
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and Dentist.
Do All Kind of Vaccinating.
Phones: Office 112, Res. 371.
GREENWOOD, MISS.
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"MICKEY" because "MICKEŸ" is a masterpiece, interweaving hu- |
mor and pathos, love and adventure. She is a Cinderella with a
"KICK!" She is a daring, thrilling acrobat! She is ail girl, all
mischief, all loveableness. Truly, the picture you will never forget.







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REDUCED PRICES
Wall's Meat Market
405 Johnson St.
Phone 113.
Beginning Monday, Nov. 24th, will
deliver free to any.part of city meats
at following prices:
Pork Chops, per pound.
Steaks—loin porter house,
round, lb. .
Roasts, per pound .
Pure Pork Sausage, lb.
Stew Meat, per pound .
30c
30c
25c
35c
20c
Weekly accounts carried for respon
sible parties, but at these prices bills
mst be paid promptly every Monday.
Now is your chance to get a cheap
Gage hat at the Style Shop. Reduced
below coot.

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