Newspaper Page Text
SALE :closes sat.: DEC. 6TH SALE !ST ARTS NOV.: * § * ❖ * December Offer; * 29TH * m * ❖ m y This December Selling Brings Distinctive i i * y Winter Modes in Ready-to-Wear M 3 |p Q '^y m \ g And such a Sale, we are sure, You have never seen the like of before. The details of fine Tailoring and care in finishing that distinguish all our Garments, make the prices double Attractive. In these Noteworthy Displays, we feel sure, you will find attire that you feel is "'Right" from a stand point of beauty, dependability and price. READ BELOW THE CUT PRICES ON THE SECOND FLOOR. m £S !g Ü SUITS COATS Li Y \*~%S !i| 1 V/ If modishness were all you required almost any Suit in the market would appeal to you. These attractively priced offerings stand for something more. They are good looking to be sure, but serviceable long wearing too, Silvertone Velour and Broad Cloth and Serges. & Now, Undoubtedly, is the best time to buy your Winter Coat, §>: m / % § because Stocks are unusually complete and the great variety offer Practical and Stylish, these Coats are m dim g ed affords splendid choice, delope of such warm durable fabrics as silvertone and mixtures. * $24.49 TO $69.49 $39.48 TO $98.39 % m & FROCKS OF SILK OFFER 6 f T~ £3 % > r A il? /m / Diversity in Styling, When it is a Question of Afternoon Dresses this dis play offers a multiture of distinctive styles . Tuncis 'so well liked' ruffles, Quaint Plaitings and peplums gives these modes rare individuality and charm, Foremost among fabrics presented are Stains and Taffetas and almost without exception they favor navy blue. , % \ - T'V -r^ W m -+ mm 3 i * } j i a » ■ Si \ "Î & , Hfj C' A mu 1/ i i ira f % Itv codi $19.49 TO $98.49 1 I I I '3 / i K I i ¥ 'VOC t r V abode |y \ 1 i i aea Vi J î iT % <1 I Ë \ ULTRA MODISH ÇOATS APPAREL OF DISTINC- BATHROBES, NEW AND Noteable 13 I wu Ni % % \ i V 4 » Indeed, warm fabrics c irefui Tailoring which characterize each and every made, Velour Broad Cloth and Mixtures TION. INDIVIDUAL. /, \ i \ î w I f J y. ^ ' In no other showing this Chil- season we are willing to wager, will you find Bath robes of better qualities and Individuality typical these exceedingly mod erate prices. <\\ V 1 / 1 Uii l or Misses and & X: N dren. Expresing a Charm i if) nv 1 of youth. Here are Styles you will want to see. $13.47 TO $27.38 N $5.98 TO $14.98 g H Serge and Tricotine Dresses. A Big Reduction of Love EFFECTIYE BLOUSES r Q N This is truly and unusually comprehensive display of Blouses »including as it does, all types from modes almost severely simply to gorgeously elaborate affairs. i ly Millinery. 1 When Woolen Dresses are so pleasing by styled and carefully fashioned of such fine quality fabrics as these, they need no other embellish ment, save neat rows of braid or interesting floss em broidered motifs to render them out of the ordinary and smart. $19.49 to $42.48. - Lovely Millinery Modes and inspiring collection of late Fall and Winter Hats from which you may choose any number of ultra stylish models of small, large or medium contour. Davetyns, Velvets and hatters plush are the fabrics favored. OVERBLOUSES TtS *»kfs & Come first in every feminine heart, because they are so utterly charming, and, because with their aid one may affect a very stunning costume for winter Jade and Blue, Mikado Red and Taupe are two of the most delightful color combinations. $5.98 to $22.48. '4M m S3 ^>1 S3 I i S3 m S3 REGULATION BLOUSES 5 ; S3 N In these groups you find a splendid assortment of ^ practical Blouses, Stylishly developed of Tub Silks, Crepe ës de Chine, Georgette Crepes and Lingerie Materials they assure you long and satisfactory wear. $2.98 to $22.49. Ç.' S3 ë i First Floor Offerings of Men's Wear, Suits, Shirt, Underwear And Hats S3 N ë S3 N S3 i ANTOONY DEPT. STORE S3 S3 i i g CORNER MAIN ST. AND CARROLLTON AYE. GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI. 13 IMPORT WHISKEY FROM AMERICA To Europe .As Result Of Prohibition In The United States, Alarms Irish Distilling Trade. Associated Press • DUBLIN, Nov. 23—The importation of many thousands of gallons of whis key from America ,as a result of pro hibition in the United States, has Warner's Safe Remedies A Constant Boon to Invalids Since 1877. I Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Remedy. Warner's Safe Diabetes Remedy. Warner's Safe Rheumatic Remedy. Warner's Safe Asthma Remedy. Warner's Safe Nervine. Warner's Safe Pills (Constipation and BilHouness The Reliable Family Medicines. ■ m K by leading druggists everywhere. Samples on receipt of tea cents - Dept. 527 Rochester, N.Y. •» caused alarm in the Irish distilling trade. War restrictions have greatly ham pered the Irish ti*ade. The distillers were prevented in the 1916-17 season from making the usual quantity of whiskey. Next year were closed down altogether, and even in the present year were only permitted to make a reduced supply. The prices, of course, went up, and distillery shares advan ced in the Stock Exchanges. The American Whiskey can easily be sold at a lower price than the Irish article, and it is being freely taken up by the Irish retailers. One pro vincial bonder is said to have paid nearly $200.000 in duty on his con ,ed signment. What the distillers are most afraid of is that the American spirit may be blended or "faked-up and sold as Irish or Highland whiskey. One interesting fact stated in the Dublin papers is that at present no American whiskey is sold in Dublin as such. n <y If your digestion is bad, your bow els constipated and you don't eat o sleep well, you need Prickly Ash Bit ters, the system-cleanser. It purifie and invigorates the vital organs, re stores appetite, energy and cheerfu spirits. Price $1.25 per bottle. Bond Drug Store, Special Agents. (Adv.) ■o Perhaps it is too much to say tha ! every Red in this country is ticketed with more arriving on every Atlantic liner, but the Attorney General's as surance is nevertheless gratifying. •o LIVE RADE is made for the relie of miliousness, sick headache, sallow complexion. Why take calomel? Sold by Bond's Drug Store. o The rights of the whole people must come before that of any unit of them —as soon as that is fully recognised things will begin to move smoother. ■o The idea! «Some one has actually dared to ask a packer why the price of pork products has not dropped with that ot hogs. I V ' ÿ »SS» (■ • • TOKIO, Nov. 28—An almost for gotten chapter in the history of old Japan was revived by the arrival at ; Tokio recently of seventeen so-call- ; ,ed Japanese Robin Hoods, or "men to ANCIENT CHAPTER HISTORY REVIVED n Old Japan By the Arrival At Tokio Recently Of Seventeen So-Called Robin Hoods. Associated Press ; ! of chivalrous spirit" who came see ^ governmental aid for their fol (° wers - In the Tokugawa days these men known in Japan as "kyokakd ' came into existence to oppose the tyranny of the samurai class and to defend! the interests of the common people. Their motto was to crush the strong and help the weak. Many of these people still exist in the country dis tricts where they are now regarded as political bosses or band leaders. They have many followers who have come to be looked down upon by the masses of the people. Many of these followers desire to earn an honest living 'hot find difficulty in securing employment. «The situation i I wap brought to the attention of mem nil ;/ - ~ ~ ; LIVERADE is good for babe and| mother alike. Sold by Bond's Drug 1 ■ __ j ! ; To the genuine appeal of its un ; hackneyed story is attributed much of j the exceptional popularity enjoyed by, "Maytime." All of the scenes are laid ,i bers of the Diet who are now inter ceding in behalf of the modern Rob in Hoods. At the same time the "kyokaku have come to Tokio to warn the gov-i ernment that labor unrest is increas-: 99 ing throughout Japan and to voice; their fear that it will assume a grav er aspect if it continues to spread among the poorer people. -o ; Store. m New York City and the action of Pl ft y covers a period of almost years - ^nowise does "May time resemble the conventional mu an in i sical comedy, for it is a drama em bellished with music that blends log I ically into the action of the play. o When you wake up in the momin and have that tired, achey feeling, i is a sign that you need LTVERADE. -o It's an indifferent politician who cannot figure benefit or his party from the returns of the off-year state elections. -o Adam and Eve resurrected—a New Yorker arrested for impersonating a naval officer says his wife bought him i V. CLASSIFIED ADVS. LOST—Two iron plugs off oil tank .wagon. Call Standard Oil Co., and receive reward. WANTED—By experienced young lady stenographer, position with local firm. References furnished. Reason able salary. Phone 12. WANTED—Middle aged white wo man to take charge of pantry at Irv ing Hotel. WANTED—By December 1st i 15th, job as meat cutter in some good ! Delta town in Mississippi. Several : years experience and can furnish first I class reference. Address D. H. Flow j ers, Box 604, Fairfield, Ala. or ! - WANTED—Two rooms for ligh house keeping .furnished or unfurni j ! shed. Call Bobbitt's Tin Shop. NOTICE—The Greenwood Sanitary ! Dairy is now prepared to serve the j 1 public with PURE j CREAM. ' Two deliveries daily, j O. H. Bussey, Mgr. MILK and 1 Satisfaction guaranteed. ; Phone 700-4 1 MONEY TO LOAN—$1,000.000.0 to loan at 6 per cent on improved - j farms, ten years time. Privilege o I paying after three years. Inspectioi ! free. Small commission. C. L. Lomax FOR SALE—Lot 122 1-2 by aver age depth of 242 feet, on River front Morgan Kimbrough. FOR SALE—Practically new Roy al Typewriter; in first-class condition. Bargain for quick sale. Apply 1009 ; South Boulevard. L. S. Rogers. FOR SALE—Pure Marshall's Pro ! lific Cotton Seed. $10.00 per bushel ! Phone 3203. Valley Hill, Miss. L. S I Hemphill, Jr. FOR SALE—Cypress Shingles, all grades. Delta & Pine Land Co. of : Miss., Scott, Miss. : FOR SALE—658 acres of good land 1%miles from Greenwood; 300 acres in cultivation, 155 in deadening, bal ance well timbered; good improve ments and artesian well. Price righ for quick sale. January 1st delivery Apply to or address J. F. Bobbitt ! Greenwood, Miss. FOR SALE OR LEASE: DELTA Located 25 miles from Vicksburg, Miss. 1220 acres, well ! improved. 1000 acres open; in culti vation and lespedezia and alfalfa meadows. Store, gin, railroad and depot on property; large residence, j close to depot, desirably located, 26 j large tenant houses; garage, bams, and outhouses. Good lot of negro la bor. 250 high grade cattle on proper ty, also 5,000 acres pasture adjoin ing, all fenced. Will pasture 1000 cattle the year around without feed. Address Owner P. O. Box 160, Jack i son, Miss. PLANTATION i FOR SALE—Planting Cotton Seed. Foster, Express, Trice, Polk and War. I amaker. These seed are of first pick ing and guaranteed sound. STONER j GIN CO. FOR SALE—One two-horse wagon as good as new. This wagon has Tim I ken roller bearings and is the kind used by Wholesale Grocers. STON ! ER & CO. FOR RENT—Cigar stand in Irving Hotel lobby. Good money maker. Ap ply at Irving Hotel. j IF THERE is a family contemplât j ing spending the winter further south or one who would consider renting j two rooms with board to my wife, J daughter and myself, please commun icate with T. L. Milburn at Irving Hotel. Henry 1 f FOR SALE AT A REAL BAR j 1 GAIN—1918 Ford Touring Car, an j ^ ■ 1918 Dodge Touring Car. Delta Mo | j tor ç ar Company. ' ^ ! _1_ | TWO GOOD FORDS_Just thor ! j oughly overhau i e d, good tires and look I good Both are ' iced yery low , ,i Schilling Auto Co FOR SALE—Two extra fine Jer sey cows with young calves. Phone 3400, R. B. O'Reilly, Cruger, Miss. THE LAST COTTAGE on street has been finished. Nice horn , _ for SOme lucky man ' ° n ! lberal >®™' too. Better see about it. ROWA> THAYER. WANTED—Janitor. Apply at once King's Daughters Hospital. i BIG SIX STUDEBAKER —Used Has six cord ' ! I This! ; less than four months, tires, bumpers, spot light, cut out and is in an excellent mechanica shape. Looks like a new one. car can be had at a very attractiv price. Also one Special Six Stude baker, in first class running order good tires and new paint job. These are both very attractive cars and we will save you money. Schilling Auto Co. On River Front. FOR SALE—Three beautiful liver spotted, male Pointer pups. Age two months. Particularly fine hunting «train. Price $25.00 aach. Wm. L. Lowe, Horseshoe Plantation, Tchnla, MiflS. a i ■ I i • , ;'it A FIXED AMOUNT COST OF LIVING For Man, Wife and Children to Form Basis of Wages Calculation In New South Wales. Associated Press SYDNEY, Australia, Nov. 28—A fixed amount covering the cost of liv ing for a man and wife and the main tenance of their children is to form the basis from which all rates of wag es will be calculated in New South Wales. A bill, embodying this novel scheme for ending the "vicious circle" for in j creasing living costs and raised wag es, has already passed the legislative assembly. The scale of living costs ! is to be formulated by the board of j trade after an inquiry. The main 1 tenance of children of workers will ; be met by payments from a fund ad 1 ministered by the government. Em ployes receiving not more than $1.25 above the declared living wage will be paid the full amount ascertained to be the cost of maintaining each child. The fund is to be established by monthly payments from employers, each employer paying in proportion to his average daily number of em ployes. No payments are due in respect of the children of employes on strike. The bill will apply to practically all employes in the state whose earn ings do not exceed $2,000 annually. o THE MAIN FLAW IN AMERICAN NOVELS Is the Defect of Incomprehensibility, According to "Mainly About Books, A Monthly Periodical. Associated Press LONDON, Nov. 28—The defect of ncomprehensibility is the main flaw ound in American novels by "M. A. B. 1 (Mainly About Books), a monthly eriodical, in pointing out reasons for "the comparatively small importa ion v into England of the American iterary efforts. After quoting extensively from a tobacco advertisement the pages of a noted American thly magazine, are made to "jamming a joyous pipe chock full and blazing away" which, it is promised, will "put the quiz into your thinktank as to how much pipe or cigarette-rolling fun you've gone shy on,'' the English magazine says: Effective as the above doubtless is for the purpose of trans-Atlantic advertising, it is possible that ver nacular largely corresponding to this, distributed over some hundreds of pa ges in works of American fiction ac counts for comparatively small im portation of American novels. Often, we do not doubt »they are intrinsical ly admirable. Only, for us, they have the defect of incomprehensibility." .. culled from mon in which references M ti o WHY IS ILL HEALTH? Many Causes For A Run-Down Condition. One of the Most Common is Anemia (General Bloodlessness.) "111 health" is a relative term. Some individuals are terribly and seriously ill, and need the service of the best doctor obtainable. Others are not so seriously affected If your health is a result of weak, watery blood (an exceedingly common condition) you can recognize it by the f ol l° w i n & signs or symptoms: 1— Poor color or real paleness. 2— "Tired-outness weakness. 3— Frequent headaches. 4— Loss of appetite. 5— Lack of spirits and ambition. 6— Loss of bodily strength. The best remedy is one that will ove * corne the euuse-Anemia or Blood ^ essness - Gude s Pepto-Mangan is the one Peculiarly valuable medicine ^ or P ur P° se - It supplies the weak, watery blood with the very elements 't needs to put new life into the vital f l uid (the blood) which carries the good one gets from one's food to all parts of the run-down body. It re 99 general or pairs, re-creates, revivifies and re buil d s the exhausted biqod, the foun ta ^ n an< * foundation of health and life. Try Pepto-Mangan if you are "run down." It cannot harm you— it will certainly help you unless you have some deep-seated chronic disease re quiring the physician's care . Be sure the name "Gude's" is on the package. Without "GudeTs" it is not Pepto Mangan. For sale at all druggists. (Adv.) B. M. JACKSON INTERIOR DECORATING Paintiag ft Paper Hangiag Estimates Furnished Free PHONE 504. 4t7 WILLIAMSON ST. GREENWOOD. ™ jag-: -jÄyL '-iv . 'p&Ml ; "