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$ 6.00 a Year, i 1 The Greenwood Daily. Commonwealth J. L. & S. GILLESPIE, Editors and Publishers. AFTERNOON ASSOCIATED PRESS SERVICE. TELEPHONE NO. 33. SUBSCRIPTION RATES CBy Mail or Carrier) 00 Cents a Month. Single Copy 5 Cents. 15 Cents a Week. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to tne for republication of all news dispatches credited to iti not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local I may be shooting a mail order rifle or the hard maifs daughter may be wearing a coat pur chased from a New York mail order house and the natural question is: "Why don't the merchants practice what they preach?" Each member of the commercial club in one progressive western j city pledged himself to buy all his family needs from some local merchant, that is, the line he him self does not carry in stock. After getting his own use or news publications herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein are also reserved. PRACTICING PREACHING. Whenever the merchants of a town put on a buy-at-home campaign one will always point out the fact that the families of the local dealers are j buying goods by mail. The druggist's wife may be patronizing a premium house, the grocer's boy ware members lined up on the right side of the mail order game the merchants then felt they could talk to the people of the toWn about trading at home without having their arguments come back | boomerang to harm them rather than do as a them good.—Exchange. O A more humane method of accomplishing the object of England's League of Youth, formed to push the old out of jobs, would be to shoot all men when they reach a given age. -o We take it that no part of the $17,119,430.31 left by the late R. J. Reynolds, the North Caro lina tobacco "king," will be used to aid the anti tobacco crusade. •o Certain politicians should be interested in get ting in touch with the Burmese woman doctor who says she can bring the dead back to life, endowed with new minds. O A little personal work among them will be more effective in Americanizing the foreign-born than many parlor speeches urging the need of it. o When the late Senator Martin, of Va., entered public life he was worth more than $10(^000 ; he left an estate valued at $30,000. Nuff ced. 1 New Jersey is green with envy—a returned captain says Albanian mosquitoes make those of Jersey seem like harmless gnats O The W. C. T. U. will play no favorites—it's go-j after house-keepers who make wine o Albert got home in good time—the Belgian election gave his cabinet cold feet. -O Dr. Tommy Marshall's prescription for redism is short and sweet—"Jail 'em. ft O Next thing kiddies will be staging neighbor hood drives for Christmas coin. ■o Hey, boys, time to diet, if you are to come ac ross with what she expects. O Too many so-called scientists are trying to be epigram-makers. . A busy man is seldom a pessimist—hasn't the time to waste. o o Any plan for the deportation of any red is a good plan. •o The* most active third-termers are members of the Senate. j. ■o tt Investment" sharks continue to get "their'n. <4 \ We Loan Money On Farms We loan up to 50% of a conservative val uation on improved Louisiana and Mis sissippi farm lands. -Interest at 7%, 7 H% or 8% depending on size of loan. No Nm Immediate attention given and opinion of an attorney applications. If loans ap- acceptable to us to be fur pear to meet our require- niahedby you. Ex amina tion mente» prompt inspection by our coum fel cotta yon peases our representatives, will be made at our expense nothing. Financial Sar v i c e and Advice We are fdad at all times to give the farmers of IxHiisMma and Misnssippl any service or advice diet will aid them in volving their financial problems. Application blank» mailed on request Abstract of Tide to Suit For from three to ten yems. Yearly repayments. No in spection fee or traveling ex TV & Inc. a L. \ AL. ff, v IN THE HOUSE OF ITS FRIENDS. Whatever a calmer future shall decide as to the real quality of the arguments for and against the treaty, there can now be no question as to the fact that it was "slain in the house of its friends/' A league of nations to prevent broken treaties and desolating wars was an American idea from the beginning. The proposition was urged by Theo <j ore Roosevelt on this side of the Atlantic long before it was 'hammered into Europe' by Wood Wilson. In his book, "America and the Great published in 1915, together with much along the same line, Mr. Roosevelt said : We must divise means for . . the estab row War, more ii s hment of some great international tribunal, and for securing the enforcement of the de crees of this tribunal through the action of a posse comitatus of powerful and civilized na tions. selves become one of the joint guarantors of world peace under such a plan, and that we shall act as a member of the international posse comitatus to enforce the peace. The opportunity to do what our leading states have desired, for the good of this country as we jj as 0 f t h e W orld, has been before the Senate ^ Qr g j x mon ths. History written in a calmer time wi jj j U( jge of the Senate's motives in reject ^is 0 pp 0r tunity as well as do justice to the American idea which the Senate's majority has geen ^ ^ repU( iiate. »» <4 I earnestly hope that we shall our »* men -O Maine being the mother of the dry law, one won( j ers who buys the Canadian whisky said to flooding the state, -o If anything happens, placing the blame will be easy—Congress has postponed needed red leg Üslation next session. / Uncle Sam is fairly patient, but, if they should ask us, our tip to coal operators and miners would be, hurry up. -o With four ex-premiers elected to the Italian chamber of deputies, it's a cinch that it will be a lively body. o Few landlords can conceal their fear when they meet one of their tenants wearing a new ov ercoat. ■O Same old John Bull—he has wiped his hands of Russia, taking the stand that home needs come first. •o Everybody, thank goodness, hasn't the mon ey-scattering craze—our bank deposits prove that - o American tourists over there will not be sur prised to hear that business in France is improv m & -o Oh, well, the League of Nations is not the first thing that made a fine start and a punk finish. O Don't know that there are Mexicans in Wash ington, but its papers tell of nightly banditry. ■o Seems to be nip and tuck in several states be tween raiding stills and setting up new ones. -o Liquor legal decisions now stand wet 2, dry 7 with hopes of the thirsty tottering to a fall. -o Oh, no, there is no better trust—the price just j happened to get hitched to a balloon. O The cost of a year of peace has been greater ! to most of us than was a year of war. -o Milk buyers everywhere are keeping tabs on the strike of consumers in New York. — --- 0 —;-- " . _ Political bungling was the most striking fea ; ture of the extra session of Congress. o Bob La Follette showed 'em that it takes more than a cloture rule to limit his talk. ! -o To geese only is hissing an argument. o I When is a treaty not a treaty? wm Playgoers In Greenwood And The Delta Come fK * 4 ENJOY M ATI NEE OR NIGHT TO ' TWO SPLENDID PERFORMANCES MATINEE AT 3 AND NIGHT AT 8:30 THE EVENT OF THIS SEASON'S BOOKINGS BY BELASCD NOVEMBER 27TH THANKSGIVING THURSDAY A FINE PLAY MR. BAVID BELASCO'S New Orleans States devotes one whole column describing the splendid scenic and storm scene. Birmingham and Mobile went into Ecstacies over 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. ONE AND ONLY TIGER ROSE COMPANY Direct From Its Tremendous Success at Tulane Theatre New Orleans With Its Stiring Story of DAVID BELASGO Its Vivid Tribute To presents LIFE LOVE ■s. Its Motives and Jealousies Its Mystery and Power *>y 0 W/Llard Mack PRINCIPAL CITIES IN LA., MISS. AND TEXAS TO FOL LOW WITH ROUTE HRU TENNESSEE, AFTER THE HOLIDAYS. MR. BELASCO PERSONALLY SELECTED EACH PLAYER AND STAGED IT HIMSELF, SHOWING EFFECTS MOST WONDERFUL TO SEE ORIGINAL N Y PRODUCTION KENTUCKY Its Thrilling Outburst of Pas \ sions in Impetuous Prices nights $2.00, $1.50, MATINEES: 50c, and a few $1.50. 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