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^Z. 1 « | OLIVER STEEL PLOWS"! hi I I a ! I ^OUVKH I I OLIVER CRESCENT STEEL PLOW FOR BLACKLAND I! I These famous plows are designed especially for the g delta black waxy and buckshot soil, where shedding is "very j difficult... The dirt has an even pressure on the entire sur-« I face of the long mouldboard, which, with the point is soft Hi center steel... The beam has a high clearance and is fitted ■! with an adjustable clevis for varying conditions. Extra well f braced for hard usage. Made in 6 inch to 12 inch cut. Oliver Blackland Steel Plows are very popular in delta territory because they give perfect satisfaction and ■ always repeat. Thousands of planters in the South are ■ using ten to fifty of these plows, which is proof they aie I made right. I .i ■ ine I I 2 1 NEW GROUND PLOW I I Oliver No. 112 New Ground Plows with wheel land side are made very strong—runs steady, and can be used as ■ a general purpose plow after the stumps are gone. 7 inch, ■ " ! ; I I - 10 inch and 12 inch cut. They make good every time. _ ■ OLIVER STEEL BLACKLAND MIDDLE I BREAKERS I ■ ; ! They have made a friend of every farmer who uses them. The perfect shape of the plow makes them favorites with delta farmers. For sixty-five years the Oliver Chilled Plow Works have made plows for all sections, and their know ledge of plow building enables them to construct plows to fill the requirements of each territory. If you are interested in something good you can get a quick reply by writing to— I I I ; i I DEPARTMENT "B « i OLIVER CHILLED PLOW WORKS J|. ■ PLOW MAKERS FOR THE WORLD. | j ■ ! I p, : ! 1 * * 29 TO 35 HOTEL ST. MEMPHIS., TENN. n F r * V * ❖ * ❖ * ❖ * ❖ * ❖ * -X« * ❖ * v -K TT * * * * 4* * •* We Will Get You the Highest MARKET PRICE at All Times. * * * IG. W. TROTTER & COMPANY I 4c * * ^ * j, % X 3k *4»*4»*-l**«f*4**-î»**î»* ❖*♦>*❖* **<»*-*►* WE SELL COTTON ON COMMISSION * k GIVE US A TRIAL CONSIGNMENT AND WE WILL DO THE REST. * CORNER MAIN AND MARKET STREETS GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. *«*»**•*•*►*4'* ****❖*->*♦>*' ****<**** k k x -f x 4» x * x ❖ x ❖ x 4* x 4- x 4* x ❖ x ❖ x 4» x * X 4* X X I C. E. WRIGHT ICE COMPANY * * MISSISSIPPI. * GREENWOOD, PHONE 45. MANUFACTURERS *k sk ICE X Ice Cream and Carbonated Drinks; - * * X Also Bottlers of Coca-Cola. k WE BUY AND SELL LIBERTY BONDS 4% Interest Paid on Deposits, * • Computed Semi-Annually GREENWOOD SAVINGS BANK GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI • • • • 1 o MADAM PANDORA -PALMIST TEUS THE REST, PRESENT END FUTURE. *• • • •î • • o * « • • • • , TELLS JUST WHAT YOU WANT TO I KNOW, without a.-k ng a single question. The veil of mysteiy itn «..v« d. If ii. tr< uLde call ar.d coi *uit this gifud business affairs and in fact everythir.g per- 1 tainin^ to your welfare. The Bible spesks 4 in n.at.y pinces of H e FAIMISI to p*dict 4 the future things and give warnings. She j removes all evil influent es, tells you how to 1 gain success in Business, Love. Marriage, 1 Health, Law SuitB, Speculation, and in feet everything. ehe has helped Thousands. She can help^ou. • - o « • • •• •• woman. Tells O l • • « • 6 • * ? •• • • • • a • • w •J DO YOU WISH TO KNOW? How can I have good luck? How can I succeed in business? How .can 1 make my home happy? How can 1 conquer my enemies? How can I marry the one I cbo jse? How can I marry we 1? How soon can 1 marry? How can I cm quer my rival? __ ^ How can I make any one love me? How soon will my k>ver propose? « _ * [ How can I mend my family trouble? How can I get a letter? ' f How can 1 get a good position? How can I remove bad influence? • How can I controFhny one? H jw can I make distant ones think of me? How can I settle a auafrel? How can I bold mybusband's love? ' hold my wife's love? * M 1 8 Satisfaction Guaranteed. AU Readii Readings Also For Cob . Special Low CoofideotiaL < * ee. • * - ■ - - • :r- 'X&tm <ri ~- ' ' X; - .. < — 1 ' it A 6R^HAM BjMJNES^ hi MR. GRASSHOPPER AGAIN. "Really, Mrs. Grasshopper," said Mr. Grasshopper, hopping home one evening after a day spent in trav eling about the country - side. "Really," he re peated, "I've had a most interest Ing time." "Do tell me «trjïî'h zFtS'frxl x * about it," said Mrs. Grasshopper. "I, too, have been hopping about a good deal, looking at the beautiful autumn flowers, feeling the nice cool, clear air which made md feel just like a good long series walk of si * &v?R x k j * ## • k * * Looking." U k of hops, or perhaps a long hops, one might say." "Well, ♦ * said Mr. Grasshopper, course when It conies this time of the year I feel like, doing things, and in a short time I won't. 'of ♦ Just before the cold winter comes and while there is a little bit of warmth and sunshine £o these brisk autumn days I enjoy being out-of-doors, but such days are almost 1 over now. * * k h f re and hopping there, enjoying this view and that, when along I came to a ! house that was white." Was there anything so remarkable about that?" asked Mrs. Grasshopper. ; "Nothing remarkable in the least," I said Mr. Grasshopper. "In fact, quite I usual." * So I was wandering about, hopping » =k * (4 "Then Why mention It?" asked Mrs. Grasshopper. Oh, just to add a little color to the ; description or account which I am giv ! ing." 8« "You're not adding much color when you say the house was white," said Mrs. Grasshopper. "No," said Mr. Grasshopper, "but then I must speak the truth. The house was white. And when one ; speaks of adding color to a story or a i description or an account of anything one means one Is adding a little attrac tiveness to it. J|. ; i,i " ake8 ™> ccountanraem ' ,re r interesting when I say the house was j white rather than just saying it was a ! house. Now you have more of an idea : of the way the house looked and it ! makes the story more real to you. You 1 see it more as I did." True, true," said Mrs. Grasshop * I per. "Pray continue. I went into the white house, * through the front . door, which was | opened wide. Now you might have thought that I would have been nerv F i» * ous or frightened hopping into a big 4c j house like that. "You might ^have thought that I would be so embarrassed and shy and i all of that, that I would have stumbled i over the hall table and upset the flow I ers there." "You're rather small to do all that," said Mrs. Grasshopper. If I had been terribly embarrassed I might have done almost anything," * he said. "Perhaps, but it isn't likely, : on with your story. "Well," Mr. Grasshopper said, "I hopped along the front hall and there i I saw a hatrack. I believe that is its name. Anyway, it is a place where the ; hats are kept belonging to the people I who live in the house. Also the hats of visitors are kept there, too. "As I hadn't any hat to leave I didn't leave one. That was sensible enough." "Very sensible," said Mrs. Grass hopper. "But I hopped upon a hat and I said to myself : " 'Grassy,' I said, 'now you will be able to tell Mrs. Grasshopper about the new autumn hats and what you think of them and if they're so fine as people pretend from the fuss you've heard them make.about hats.' "I hopped on the first hat and then on the second hat. And I looked at 'every hat there. To my mind they were just hats. There were n't any that were especially nice, though one green one did take my it said Mrs. Grasshopper, However, do go i u eye. "That is, It didn't exactly take my eye, but it took, my fancy. You know — the * expression. "But most of the hats— Gracious, rmglad you don't waste your time» Mrs. Grasshopper, in hat shops, for If you didn't get anythipg better than the ones I saw, with the exception of the green one. I'd hate to hop down the fields with you." "How interesting to have seen them all," said Mrs. Grasshopper. "Well, 1 never -thought so much of them seeing • them on people, and I'm glad to hear they're not so fine when seen close up." * 1 4 4 j 1 1 t + I * f f t î j t 4 I J 1 'Hopped Upon a Hat." Johnny Was Timid. "Can you tell me, John," asked the fair young teacher, "where shingles . were first used^" "Yes'm," answered mqJest Johnny "but I'd ratlK-r not. ma'am.*" •44*444*444444444 * G POSEY a INTERIOR DECORATING Painting A Paper Hanging. * P. O. Bog 107. > ♦ Phone 694, 4 * o * 708 W. Church St., Greenwood. ♦ • • *♦♦♦ *♦*♦ 00 0 -0 - o- - fuel probtem: Railroads Î ► * Krst — «ta r « C. G. J. M. OLIYE THE SERVICE MOTORS CO. 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Convenience, comfort, health assurance makes it more important than even the possession of an automobile, to the farmer. 'Standard" Plumbing Fixtures f: c high-grade work manship provide every requisite . * nitary and efficient * * plumbing equipment and insure permanent satisfaction. k Q J. D. LANHAM Plumbing. Heating and Electrical Work. Contractor & Dealer Car Load of Hups to arrive this week, Get your order in if you want one. Car Load of Jordans to arrive in a few days. Columbia Sport and Columbia Touring Ready for delivery. Special Bargains in Following used cars: One Seven Passenger Buick; One Premier Foursome; One Seven Passenger Willis Six; One Five Passenger Hup; All Repainted and in good Shape. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED. Pitchford-Lundy Auto Company, 106 East Market Street. it»*E4 , 4*4»44 , 4 , 4 M t'4 , 4'4'4 , 4 , 4 a 4*4 , 4'4 , 4 l 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4'4 , 4 , 4 M J , 4 , 4'4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4'4*4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 , 4 t X * WE WISH- TO ANNOUNCE *. * 4* * t that in connection with our Dry Cleaning Department, We !! have installed a first class DYEING System, which is in J; charge of Mr. G. M. Futrel, who has had a number of years i ; experience in this line. + We wish also to announce that we are now members of J * I The Master Cleaners and Dyers, and clothes intrusted to our * ; * care for cleaning or dyeing, are insured against loss by fire J > f from the time they are picked up until they are delivered 2 f back. IA case of fire in our DRY CLEANING DEPART- ' [ t MENT WE ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR CLOTHES, o î * j We are, unable to procure this sort of insurance for K t clother in tlie laundry, and for this reason in case of fire in 4 the laundry, we of course cannot assume any responsibility I IN CASE OF FIRE IN THE LAUNDRY WE WILL NOT £ J BE RESPONSIBLE. * 1 - : : ( i» - - DELTA STEAM LAUNDRY o v Dry Cleaning Phone 833. Î ► .Laundry Phone J. SCOTT, OWNER. ; J # 4 4 t »» » »# 4 » » *** » * *» '»* ** » * * ** * * > * *** ************** - » y S *•••*•*•*•*•*♦*•*•*•*•*♦•♦«#♦## • •• : M C SHANE COTTON COHPANV : • . * * Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants * GREENWOOD. MISS. WE AIM TO PLEASE e * * G. A. WILSON, President G. A. WILSON, JÏL, Cash!« WILSON BANKING CO. Doing a General Banking Business * ah « COR. HOWARD AND MARKET STREETS. GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. 4 * * * * * X4>X4>X4>X4>X*X4>X4.X4> *♦*♦*♦*♦# + * * * ! PLANTERS OIL MILL & MFG. CO. 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