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* * PLANTERS OIL MILL & MFG. CO. GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. * * * * MEAL AND HULLS * # ♦ * WE HAVE ON HAND AT ALL TIMES OLD STYLE HULLS AND BRIGHT MEAL. PRICES TELEPHONE 109 OR 231. : ft * FOR * * * * HAVE YOUR COTTON GINNED WITH US. * .* * *************************** ft „ . * *»i*********** ********* ~ * * ft jjj ^ ^ ■ ************************* ** * GREENWOOD GROCERY CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS GREENWOOD, MISS. * * ¥ ft * ****** * * * * * * * * We Will Get You the Highest MARKET PRICE at All Times. * * * : G. W. TROTTER & COMPANY WE-SELL COTTON ON COMMISSION « h GIVE US A TRIAL CONSIGNMENT AND WE WILL DO THE REST. * CORNER MAIN AND MARKET STREETS GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. * 1= * * ❖ * ❖ * ❖ * ❖ * ❖ * ❖ ***4-*4»*4*4»*«&*4 Âuto Tops Rebuilt & Recovered De Luxe Back Curtains A Specialty. Commercial Bodies Built to Order. Solid Track Tires Attached On Short Notice. HIGH GLASS AUTOMOBILE PAINTING JUCHHEIM WAGON WORKS PHONE 5521 PELTZ PACKING CO. INC. » » Demand Our Products. é 6 Greenwood. Miss. PHONE 701 to WE BUY AND SELL LIBERTY BONDS 4% Interest Paid on Deposits, * Computed Semi-Annually al GREENWOOD SAYINGS BANK GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI • • ****************** ********* * * * C. E. WRIGHT ICE COMPANY * * * PHONE 45. MANUFACTURERS MISSISSIPPI. * GREENWOOD, * ' * * * 1 $ ! At * ! * ! * ICE * * Ice Cream and Carbonated Drinks; * * Also Bottlers of Coca-Cola. * * * ***♦***❖***❖*❖*************; ***.♦ *******4******** ******** * * * * * ■> DELTA MACHINE WORK« * * * \ ALL KINDS OF * Engine, Boiler and Gin Rcp&ir;.ng Prunx^tiy Executed New and Second Hand Madhiiterv End Sunnlie* Amts for Reliable Oil Engines * * s * * * * « GREENWOOD. MISS. Tel. 34 * » * * « *************************** * * »UNN COMMISSION CO. * * * * Wholesale and Retail GROCERS COTTON HANDLED QN CONSIGNMENT PHONE 76t ¥ 4 * » * It * * 1» ft * * GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. ft ¥ * ***** .♦*♦*♦*♦*******♦****•#*■* ************* 4 >************* « * s * W. S. BARRY, Pres. Phone No. 224. K. P. PARISH, Sec'y, Phone No. 195. * * » * « THE GREENWOOD AGENCY CO.! * * -Delta Lands Bought and Sold ft ft All Kinds of Insurance Writtei LAND LOANS NEGOTIATED, ft Wo re p resent the Largest, Oldest and Best Insurance Companies in ft ft the world. Tour business solicited and satisfaction guaranteed, ft 221 HOWARD STREET. After office hoars call Phone N*. 224 or No. 195. ft ft ft OFFICE PHONE NO. 141 ft - ft ft < . t IK i* m ♦*♦•♦*♦*** •' ' y r • ;;è A. YOUNG WOMAN INDIAN GRADUATE l I <?f Bombay University Is In England To Ask For Women New Franchise Scheme In India. ■ Associated Press ; LONDON, Nov. 22—Miss Mithibai i Tata, a young Indian graduate of Bombay University, has come to Eng land with her mother, Mrs. Merabai ! j Tata, to ask for the inclusion of worn- 1 en in , the new franchise scheme for i India. Mrs. Tata represents Bombay i women and 43 branches of the Indian [ Women's Association. Because they arrived too late to give evidence before the Parliamen- 1 tary Committee on Indian affairs their full statement is being publish ed as an appendix to the report. "We feel that this is the great chance for Indian women to obtain the franchise,' 'says Miss Mithibai I Tata. "Postpone the measure now and it means that we shall be actually dri ven backward, and barriers will have been raised in the way of our prog ress which will with difficulty be sur mounted. 1 ' ; She does not ask that all women should be enfranchised but only that those who have the same qualifica tions as men should have the same j right and she wants the Indian wom ! en to have the education that comes j with the possession of responsibility. "We feel very strongly," she adds,; ' "that if differentiation is made now ' between the sexes it will be much S more difficult to get back to the op- ; j portunities that exist today. » CLASSIFIED ADVS. WANTED TO RENT by 1st of Jan- j uary, a building 25x50 feet or larger in business part of town. Phone 19. I WANTED—Two rooms for ligh house keeping .furnished or unfurni shed. Call Bobbitt's Tin Shop. WANTED TO BUY—One Million Teet of Logs delivered to our Green wood mill by river. The Kraetzer Cured Lumber Co. t NOTICE—The Greenwood Sanitary Dairy is now prepared to serve the public CREAM. Two deliveries daily. O. H. Bussey, Mgr. with PURE MILK and Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 700-4 MONEY TO LOAN—$1,000,000.0 MONEY TO LOAN—$1,000,000.0 to loan at 6 per cent on improved farms, ten years time. Privilege o paying after three years. Inspectior free. Small commission. C. L. Lomax FOR SALE—Lot 12^ 1-2 by aver age depth of 242 feet, on River front j Morgan Kimbrough. FOR SALE—Practically new Roy | al Typewriter; in first-class condition. Bargain for quick sale. Apply 1009 South Boulevard. L. S. Rogers. Cypress Shingles, all Delta & Pine Land Co", of i FOR SALE—Pure Marshall's Pro lific Cotton Seed. $10.00 per bushel Phone 3203. Valley Hill, Miss. L. S Hemphill, Jr. FOR SALE grades. Miss., Scott, Miss. _ FOR SALE—658 acres of good land ' 1 Smiles from Greenwood; 300 acres ! in cultivation, 155 in deadening, bal ance well timbered; ments and artesian well, for quick sale. ! Apply to or address J. ! Greenwood, Miss. good improve Price righ | January 1st delivery j F. Bobbitt in i - PLANTING COTTON SEED—40 to 60 tons Improved Express and Polk Varieties; $150.00 per ton. F. O B. Philipp, Miss. J. R. Moreland. * FOR SALE OR LEASE: DELTA PLANTATION. Located 25 miler. from Vicksburg, Miss. 1220 acres, well improved. 1000 acres open; in culti vation and lespedezia and alfalfa meadows. Store, gin, railroad and Avoid Pneumonia depot on property; large residence,j close to depot, desirably located, 2b j large tenant houses; garage, barns,j and outhouses. Good lot of negro la bor. 250 high grade cattle on proper- ! ty, also 5,000 acres pasture adjoin- j ing, all fenced. s * « » * * * Will pasture 1000 ; cattie the year aronnd without feed. : Address Owner P. O. Box 160, Jack 4 * son, Miss. * * 1» * ft FOR SALE. PLANTING COTTON SEED. Foster, Trice, Polk and Wan amaker. These seed are of first pick ing and guaranteed sound. STONER GIN CO. * « * * v 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. STON ER' & CO. * ft ft ft WANTED—Middle aged white wo man to take charge of pantry at Irv ing Hotel. ft The Pope is a courageous man—has started a crusade against jazz styles ft ft i* hi women's clothes. / G Y .•v'f'SSS * FyUi b \ > 33 r - v r. 1 rt: Sr 5* mm c. •Pi t < ? ^ ^ /MS :r it Jgi ? p K $ ib £4 g l ,/ l?-*s®ESr . W xCÎ _ a»y„ * 0 J ■Si - a : 'TV < •. -£ i MMSi - J5V-.^ |-t. Y ^ v '■'S'*-.* 4 . 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' i p# :S K i »ä v,. v !^' MÇ,îl KCWO .tl ..Y j A&*& ' Y ■ •> ; m iHf ,V:-C m m ■-< % : SW -, MféïiJfr+éàfrt *âiâtt£$£à -■ -£L WANTED—By December 1st or of 15:th > J° b as meat cutter in some good Delta town in Mississippi. Several years experience and can furnish first class reference. FOR SALE—Six-room house on Henderson Street, near Henry. Price $3500.00. See S. C. Lenoir. Address D. H. Flow ers, Box 604, 1 airfield, Ala. To the genuine appeal of its un hackneyed story is attributed much of the exceptional popularity enjoyed by "Maytime." All of the scenes are laid! in New York City and the action of i the play covers a period of almost eighty years. In nowise does "May time" resemble the conventional mu sical comedy, for it is a drama em bellished with music that blends log ically into the action of the play. -o It begins with a cold. D on 't let VOW llUlgSget j . J A f- if* » Clogged. At tile IirSt sign of a COUgh—apply ! j ■ 7 "\eVOVVne ; : Cn> and p neumo nla 4 SALVE f Profit by the experience of 1 last year. Be prepared. Tt will Wp the nostrils, throat and lungs clear and ward off Colds, Coughs, LaGrippe, Croup, Influenza and Pneu monia. Strong but pleasant. Keep §t in your nostrils by day—on your chest by .night. Will not stain clothing like ( others. Ask your dealer for it. i *Ye\oVto® Co., ? Montgomery, Ala. 'S Perhaps it is too much to say that every Red in this country is ticketed,! with more arriving on every Atlantic i liner, bat the Attorney General's as-j surance is nevertheless gratifying. According to report from Paris the | docket of about 600 cases of German officials .including Prince Rupprecht of Bavaria, who will be tried for com mon law offenses in France and Bel gium. These trials will establish a new precedent but are not the less International Criminal Court has a 1 X uawiM C ^AMELS meet your fondest cigarette fan ^ cies in so matty new ways —they are so unusual in flavor, so refreshing, so mellow mild, yet so full-bodied—that you quickly realize their superior quality, and, become a Camel enthusiast! Camels are unlike anv other cigarette you ever smoked. Their expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos gives you so many delights. It not only assures that wonderful smoothness and refreshing taste but_ it eliminates bite and harshness ! And, you smoke Camels without any unpleasant ciga retty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor ! No matter how fond you become of Camels ! Smoke them liberally ! They never will tire your taste ! The blend takeé care of that ! Compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price ! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Salem, N. C. Fc**«t* I :4h£ m£% »! (A 0 TtJ $XTSj$ - ~~~~~~~ T y a V 18c a package & 4 7 h,& < ■ t 11 _• rettes ♦ | desirable for that reason. It is high time to begin to bring to account men who during war commit savage acts at the expense of either soldiers or civilians. a a •o When Senator Moses confidently announced that President Wdlson was the victim of permanent mental col lapse he did not foresee that ultima turn from the White House to the in fatuated soft coal miners. -o Sure, there is luck in odd number —seven states held elections and those elected were lucky.