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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 stormj 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 Y GLCNPALE b PARK I« 4- * Ji J! BRIDGE PARTY FOR VISITOR. | Miss Lucy McKay entertained 20 ladies very pleasantly yesterday af-; ternoon to honor her aunt, Mrs. D. D. Miller of Columbia, S. C. Four tables were formed at bridge and one table. at f»ve hundred. The bridge favor went to Mrs. Scott Crull. Mrs. F. M. Sandifer won the favor in the five hundred game. Both were pretty bud vases. Miss McKay was assisted in serving a dainty repast by Mrs. F. M. Miss Margaret Bates will arrive tomorrow from Oxford, where she is attending the University to spend the to week end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Bates. She has been the Sandifer. ****** guest of Miss Jane Foote of Canton for two days. The two attended the football game at Jackson today. i ; ****** Mr, and Mrs. Albert Watkins, Mr and Mrs. Homer Spragins, and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Equen of Minter City,; were visitors in Greenwood last night to attend the annual Thanksgiving dance given at the Elks Club. i ****** The Mississippi Federation of Wo man's Clubs, which was in session re- j cently at Clarksdale, "unanimously en !S cam dorsed the anti-tuberculosis paign. ****** Mrs. D. A. Saunders and daughter, and Miss Suddoth of is : Miss Louise, Starkville, are spending Thanksgiv ing with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hamrick. | j giving and attend the Thanksgiving j ceremonial of the Wahabi Temple . * * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Marion Saunders are in Jackson today to spend Thanks i ****** Mrs. Dodge will leave this evening ckson, where she will attend a for x , conference of the managers of the Western Union. ! j o ****** Miss Eula Nettles left last night for Durant, to spend Thanksgiving with her mother and sisters. ****** Mrs. E. B. Todd and mother, Mrs. Ross returned home last night from a trip to Jackson. ****** Mrs. F. M. Sandifer will entertain a few friends at bridge on Friday afternoon. i ****** Miss Kate Lickfold of Grenada, is the guest of Mrs .Will Turner. ****** Mrs. R. C. Herron is ill at her home on Strong Avi. United States Food Administration • License No. G. 146566. I ! SUGAR ANY QUANTITY ,ai cents; h : ;! ! V STEEN GROCERY COMPANY FEEDS GREENWOOD. ji I s . iWLv if, »'•/ kri BY / >v. àW i! ïïi Willard Storage Batteries >• ~ . . ^ We A.re Building A Drive-Way For Your Benefit / î % ■ - P^s M Mr. A. G. Fowler, who recently returned from Liverpool, England and who has been in Greenwood visiting his wife and Judge and Mrs. R. H. Hicks, left this morning for McComb City, Miss., where he will reside in the future. Mr. Fowler went to Liv erpool as engineer on the transport Aniwa. Xmas sale at the Elks on December 11th, when they will serve tea, coffee and sandwiches. They will have fancy and attractive gifts for grownups and children at very attractive prices, not to cost over $1.50. * * * * * * The Epworth Guild is planning a Mr. Leo Franklin, an operator in the Postal Telegraph offices at Mem phis, is home to spend Thanksgiv with his mother, Mrs. Susie mg Franklin on Dewey Street. * * * * * * Mr. A S.. Bloom, talented minia ture artist of Kansas City, Mo., is ill Greenwood for a few days delivering portraits made for a number of his delighted patrons here. * * * ^ * * Mr. Robert Smith, who is taking a course in a dental college in Memphis !S home to spend Thanksgiv ng with parents.. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Smith. * * * * * * Hon. T. U. Sisson of Winona, con ^essman from the Fourth District, is in the cit ^ toda y on business and to attend the football game. o Mr. Robt. C. Townes of Memphis, was in the city yesterday and today. -o Shall the Government still live, or shall Bolshevist-poisoned labor union ism succeed to command in this coun try's affairs? -o , Investigate the investigators, says Represe ntative Aswell of Louisiana. To reform the reformers would be an equally good job. -o The country at large will overlook the incident, but Senator Gore will ! take note with rather keen interest j that an Oklahoma Congressional dis trict has nominated by an overwhelm ing vote a candidate who based hi canvass on support of the League of Nations. -o According to official reports, if the leaders do not hurry the -miners wil ! beat them to fixing the coal strike. ! -o The Pope is a courageous man—has started a crusade against jazz styles i ::i women's clothes. ^ BIDS INVITED. The Trustées of the Mississippi) State Penitentiary will, at their reg ular meeting on Tuesday, December 2nd, 1919, in the City of Jackson, Miss., purchase the following supplies and award the following contracts: Hardware, Drugs, Shoes, Building material, Paints & Oils, Smoking to bacco, Dry Goods and Groceries. Thirty (30) days' contract will be! awarded on meat and Compound Lard. | All bids must be f. o. b. places nam- ! ed, freight charges prepaid. The Board reserves the right to reject any ; or all bids. ■ J. J. COMAN, Secretary. - LOST—Badly worn Ford tire- - 3x j etc. j are I Co. 3 1-2. Return to Dr. J. P. Bates. FOR SALE—Dodge Car, 1917 Touring, engine re-buuilt, new Wil- ; liard battery, spot light. Car in per- i feet mechanical condition, newly painted. A bargain for $800 cash. | Box 511, Greenwood. FOR RENT — Ope unfurnished room, 110 College Street. Phone 690. - - - ! Some good Fords. Tires good and in good running order. Priced See them at Schilling Auto Co. on River Front. low. ; -o We have two of the best cooks in Greenwood. * Kandy Kitchen. -o Let your next car be a Studebaker. Immediate delivery in the Big Six and Special Six. Schilling Auto Co. ( c j 8 GREENW THEATRE I TODAY THURSDAY, NOV 27th THANKSGIVING ! j ❖ MATINEE AND NIGHT * David Belasco Presents ! ❖ * SENOR1TA MARIA ASCARAGA I * vä i * y ; * s S> ! * *' : ❖ ❖ r i ( ( I V ; * , * * * * * * * : * * * ! * i * * * ! * * * , * * * - * \ * U 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, $1.65. ï v , FIRDAY, NOV. 28th. Mabel Normand Don't miss Her Latest Picture Of 1000 Laughs ! MICKEY'^ ii j - Thp Picture >You Will Never Forget AND 17c 28c SATURDAY, NOY. 29th. 'The Border Legicn' With an All Star Cast. ALSO "Fabulous Fortune j Fumblers" • A SUNBEAM COMEDY AND i > < lie 22c I M r o f ■ A \ — LÖANS- ONE-HALF MILLION DOLLARS TO LOAN ON IMPRGVED FARMS AND CITY PROPERTY IN LEFLORE AND ADJOIN ING COUNTIES—LOANS RUN FOR 10 YEARS. WITH SMALL PAYMENTS ANNUALLY. NO EXPENSE- NO Delays; Best Rates I I i J. L. Bishop. Lawyer, Office Kitfcbrough Bldg., East of Court, House Square. PHONE No-984-W Two Light Six Studebakers, both in excellent condition. Good tires »tops, etc. Run less than 5000 miles. Here are two good ones. Schilling Auto Co. Yazoo & Mississippi Valley R. R. Arrive Leave ! 7:40am Clarksdale-Memphis 3:40am 7:65am 10:33am Yazoo City-Jackson 8:22am 4:10pm Clarksdale-Memphis 10:33am ! 0:30pm Clarksdale-Memphis 2:25pm 8:30pm Yazoo City-Jadkson 4:10pm 8:30pm RAILROAD SCHEDULES. L 8:10am Grenada ' 2:15pm Grenada Southern R. R. in Mississippi. Leave Arrive 9:26 a.m. Greenville , p.m. Oolumbus-B'ham 9:25 a.m. -9n n r" Greenville 7:30 a.m. j * . s J* 11:55 a.m. : 9:25am Belzoni, except Sun. ll:55aru 1:20 p.m. ; 1:00pm Belzoni,'Sunday Only..4:45pm 7:10 p.m. Greenville . 11:55 a.m. Columbus 5:05 p.m. l Mme. Schumann-Heink c World's Greatest Contralto Grand Opera House. Greenville. Wednesday, Dec. 3rd. 8 Prices:—$?. 50, $3.00, $2.50, $1.50 (Pius War Tax) Seats *'on sale new at Happy Thought Shop, 111 S. Poplar St. Mail Orders Filled Now. I I * * I ■ ^ ❖ ❖ ❖ *i* 4* ❖ +1* * 4* ❖ & 4* ❖ * BEARING SERVICE ❖ ❖ For ALL Cars * * ! * * * AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTORS ❖ FOR NEW DEPARTURE TIMKEN ' HYATT * * * ❖ 4* * *' Kimbrough Auto Co. * 4* ❖ ❖ Phone 992—11. *\ $ * *********** -Peltz's ic************* ALICE CAFE * * * * î I * * * MARKET STREET *j PHONE 509 THE QUICKEST and BEST SERVICE In The City * OPEN DAY AND NIGHT * EVERYTHING * * * I * * * * i * * * * ; * * ; * * ! * * * * * * * * GOOD TO EAT * * Prices Reasonable and cour- * j * teous attention at all times * ^«^❖*H«*H:*******j * * * * * m A:;:.; .m] $ m. .rç, f VfiM m <! 'S; m ,*:■ m Si t m \ r g|sï ï * ill mm , -, >Fvâ->:v ? & WmM f « m % in est Mi M ! m m ■A j I THE MODEL "D" BATES STEEL MULE j I - * (Most Efficient Tractor In America) J This is the Tractor we are offering to Dealers in Green wood and Greenville Territory. The Bates Steel Mule with its oscillating fully guaran teed crawlers, 1040 square inches of Traction, 18 H. P. on |; the Drawbar, gives the Farmer, the Logger, the Road Con tractor and other users of Tractors, a machine that will more nearly replace his horse and mule power and relieve labor conditions, than any tractor on the market/ I j I 1 > With our Contract goes the full Oliver Plow Line. Write for our proposition. m I î MARINE BANK BLDG. / ■ ■ j.,- M -T HEAR / METROPOLITAN OLEE CLUB 8 O'CLOCK. FRIDAY NICHT, NOVEMRER 28TH AT MEMORIAL BUILDING One of the most papular and successful Quartets of today. This Company of*entertainers has been booked for a third engage ment in many places. An Entertainment worth your time and money; don't miss it. */ PRICE 75 CENTS ❖ ❖ THANKSGIVING ❖ •v * 3|g * Brighten The Day # With Flowers * * * ■ ❖ * * We offer exceptionally good * * Chrysanthemuns, Roses, Carna- * tions and Paper White Narcissus ^ A fine lot of Pot Plants and a * * beautifnl line of baskets. Place ❖ * your order early. * * T ❖ ❖ Greenwood Floral Co. * * * ; ¥ 912 Henry St. Phone 787. * **************** * Peltz's Markets deliver Meats in any quantity. The most sat isfactory markets in the State. Visit us and convince yourself. Phone 1035 or Phone 462 W. o Only Thirty-Two ^Turkeys left. Place your order early. Markets phone 1035. Phone 462 W. - 0 - 1919 Buick, Light Six Touring, New tires and in first class mechani cal shape. Run about 5000 miles. Priced right. Schilling Auto Co. -o Only Thirty-Two Turkeys left. Place your order early. Peltz's Markets Phone 1035. Phone 462 W. -o Vleals at all Hours. Merchants Lunch 65 cts. Kandy Kitchen. -o Peltz's Markets deliver Meats in any quantity. The most sat isfactory markets in. the State. Visit us and convince yourself. Phone 1035 or Phone 462 W. $786.00 delivered here. with the price of other tractors. . o The'price of a FORDSON tractor is Compare it « FOR BALANCE OF WEEK > LAMB ... LIVER BRAINS 27 l /z 12*/ 2 c 12'/ 2 c ■ OTHER THINGS JUST AS CHEAP. PROMPT DELIVERY f Peltz Market No 2 PHONE 1035. EVERY LADY \ Visiting Our Market No. 2 This Week, Given A Free Chance To Two $5.00 irhrift Stamps Win 1 PELTZ MARKET NO. 2 . OPPOSITE DAHMER'S PHONE 1035. it vfv'orf' , ■ ' ■ / JlA« 1 5 \\ r V r vJ \ |; 11 / I î î i I 7, . J ,~i ' •• . \ Senorita Maria Aap araga and James Lèwk in David Belasco's Thril ling Drama. "TIGER Matinee ht.