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i i THE UNIVERSAL CAR To the Motoring Pub'ic I specialize on Vulcioizing Cord Tires. Let me rep ir vour Casings while roads are bad. ALL WORK GUARANTEED E. K.-MYRICK X WHITE GIFT SERVICE SUNDAY. and impressive ... . u,i service will be held a.. the Pres j, e - ian Church tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, when the Sabbath School will hold a White Gift Service, celebrating A very beautiful decorated in . Christ's birthday in a fitting manner. The church will be white and the children white. dressed in has been An interesting program arranged with appropriate songs, readings, etc. for the joyous occasion. Gifts tied in white paper with Christmas ribbons will be laid on the members of the entire to make ai.ui b> the school, which will be sent happy the girls and boys) who have no mothers or fathers, in the Palmef Orphanage at Columbus, Miss. Every member of the Presbyterian Church is expected to be there with a liberal offering to be added to the gifts of the Sabbath School member providing ship and thereby assist in Christmas joy as well as the necessi ties for this worthy home for our or phans. The public is cordially invited and the Presbvterans are all urged to at tend this special service. ****** Mrs. Jerry Robinson of Albin, wasj a visitor in Greenwood today. i j ! i ! j § ; m 7*TU 1 } ,.- r m a s United States Food Administration License No. G. 146566. g P m p Shop Early SI Don't wait Esp°cial'y this year: U' til the last few diys before it might take all the m ! Christmas; "merry" out of your Christmas agi ' I Shr pping. ! l j m s STEIN GROCERY COMPANY m i Qu i j i mi I » 1 'Tt Copyright registe.-ed. 1^19 Inside Facts It's what's inside your battery that makes it live long or wear out quickly. Inferior insulation weprs out before the plates do, and reinsulnticn is n cessary. . Threaded Rubber Insulation c'iminates the need of reinsulation, maAfcs a battery 4 last much longer under equal coi.dit itsos, and reduces ' the liability to any other kind of repairs. It's the one biggest battery improvement in m ten years—demonstrated nöw by four years of use. \ You can't afford not to know about it, for Mne day you'll need a new battery. , Call and let us tell you all about it. Greenwood Battery Co. 219 Market St. Phone 6 Greenwood, Miss. % X> : ■ Si»l: m II V ' jjm • , • > * . ... r , T . , Miss Ruth Fox arrived home yes-! 4-1 «» tt, , . tt • . j t-rday from Washington University, St TrnC« to .npnH ■ ' b ' 131 holidays with the family of her par-| ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Fox. ; * * * * Miss Nellie Kent arrived home yes - 1 terday. from Columbus, where she is attending the I. I. & C. accompanied j by Miss Cain of Minter City, who is! ! Miss Ruby Humphreys, daughter of; Mr and Mrs E \ Humphreys is I j her house guest here. ****** home for the holidays from Martha Washington College, Abingdon, Va. ****** Miss Sallie Rush arrived home last right from Columbus, where she is attending the I. I. & C. to spend Christmas with relatives here. the county schools, left today for Co lumbus.to spend Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Dunn. Miss Myrtle Diamond, a teacher in * * * * * ****** Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Brown ,of Ma are visiting in the home of Dr. and Mrs. R M. Banister. jeon, * * * * Miss Mary Garrott is home from L I. & C. at Columbus to spend the; ! holidays here. Jje , * ! * * ! *************** * KEEP : SMILING * ■ *i * By CLAUDE S. MOSS App. Reg. U. S. Pat Off. *************** * * In writing "Keep smiling" and not , special mention of Stern Bros. a blunder. The locaj manager of this storw is brilliant and there isn't a ; more popular person in Greenwood. We thought we were some talker, but; when this manager took the floor Can this person talk interesting? folks, if we could talk like this mana ger we would think we were some g pumpkin, but it even don't make a dent on this person.« The manager is ; chuck full of new, clever ideas and the ; ; best part of it is that this person give and its manager would be on my part, • isn't afraid to take hold of them. The ! class of merchandise sold at this store 5 can't be beaten and the best way to j know whether Greenwood people j them or not is to go there and see; 1 crowds shopping. "Now" By J. T. McCain, Jr. We now have to change our dinners, The menu must be altered, I declare, Instead of beginning with cocktails, j Now begin with a prayer. I Well, well, look who's here—our ! ! good friend, George Kerby went to j the Greenwood Theatre and said to a ; lady of him: Pardon me, but would i you mind removing your hat." "Why, , Gecrge, is that you. I don't think ... ' . , - j tn:s picture is the proper one xor & ^ , ,,, A * mce ' good ' man hke you to see ' And 131 George didn't See it, I'm here to tell 6 ; ycU ' 1 ; Persons who desire shoes this win ter with that rare distinction of being different from the ordinary, will find 1 j ! correctness and style exclusiveness i happily united at Wood's Shoes Store happily united at Wood's Shoe Store rebable P ro P rietor » te * ls me be wdl a ^ wajrs remem her his boyhood funni I est story. He had a cat when a tot and came running to his mother, cry-j j ing, "Oh, mother, I think the woman ! next door is the cruelst woman. She —she said if my kitty didn't get f a tj on fresh milk I should boil it! » - Nathan Fountain a speed demon in P°P ulari ^ wa ® ^ lkin ® awwV ^ Mill McBee. Will said: What kind of a giri would you like to marry, a an ' , , ... . . Oh. she must be beautiful ,educat j Well, and so on what?" said Will. And sew on buttons, of course," : j ed, refined and so on—• i - ! Were lucky to get Louis Post in. (» laughed Nathan. \ Glad He's With Us. This world is but a fleeting show, Some say not worth a pin; But just the same we feel that we E. K. Myrick, of the Ford Service Shop, has the reputation of being good natured and big hearted. He received his usual mail this morning on time. It was a postal card and after walk ing eleven blocks he found a nice quiet spot and sat down and w«fot ov er his mail uninterrupted. Morning, noon and night the Kan dy Kitchen is pleased to serve you with meals or lunches When your appetite demands food of the dainty variety or the more substantial kind. F. A..Word, Jr., of this cafe returned yesterday from a few days' vacation, finding some qf the waiters and help idly and somewhat stretched out, lean ing on the tables, "Piggie," offered. a dollar to the one who was the laz- ; .est. Two jumped up claiming the re ward. The dollar, however, was giv en to the third, who had slothfully h.ept his position, and who, when ten dered to him, murmured slowly, I Can't you put it in my pocket? 'j ! It does your heart good to come im contact with such a person as George Ammon ,one of the best known bil liard parlor owners here. This is no the trfith than 99 out of a hun more j dred I write but I like him so well im go'ng to give him the "double bar To hear him sing. i The Land U 99 rell. of the Free and the Home of the Brave/' when he is out with a bunch of good fellows you would never im- ! agine that he is a human door mat when he is at home.^ The Limit. How do you like my new silk hose?" ■j Spoke pretty Corn-Fed Mary Rose. Said Bob Best, "They look good to me; They're fine as far as I can see. 4» w If you don't know J. B. Eubanks, in 1 the shoe department * at Fountain's Dept. Store, then get acquainted. He ! told me it took 10,000 years to make a man out of a monkey. However, since we have been in your city we find it only takes 10 seconds for a Greenwood woman to make monkey out of a man. Mercy, Me. P. L. DeLoach is so modest he, Should have been a miss; He wem't play pool, because, you see, The ivories they might kiss. Say people ,one word. Fairies must have *had' a hand in" the fashioning of the stunning winter dry gopds found at Naamnn's. They have a large, number of ,*, f* ! ! I a LOST—3 1-4 Karat Water " White |diamond Tiffany Setting Ring, be-; tween. Sturgis House, Delta Motor Co. j and Barrett's Drug Storq. Finder ; will please return to owner, I. E. Boyette, at Kitchell Hotel, and get reward. CLASSIFIED ADVS. 1 , > LOST—Pocket Memoranda, name cover. Return to gQg Mississippi Avenuç and get war( j < J-; LOST—One black Leather Glove, Return to this office and get reward, Say,L_; FORD FOR SALE—Five Pässen-' g eF) demountable rims, 5 gcod tires, enC y an( j address inside re W. S. Spaulding. starter and lights. Apply Sabin Ag -this FOR SALE—Twelve Mules, Two Horses, Farming Tools and Ditching Machine. M. L. Aldridge, Kitchell,'Miss H 0 ^ e l, Greenwood, Miss. I like___ FOR SALE—Holly for Christmas; decorations. Phone 26 W. L. McLgod, Berclair, Miss. ■ FOR SALE—Good Pecans, quan tity. GUS BLASS. j j. any WANTED—SALSEMEN TO FEA I TURE OUR PATENTED SLIP-GRIP ! SOFT COLLAR FASTENER. Na- J tionally advertised and extensively; endorsed by the using public, stricted territory, credits on all repeat business no competition, excellent onnortunitv for Drotrressive salesmen B 7 . " Preference triven to SDecialtv men „7 &Iven specialty men calling on Clothiers, Haberdashers, jw Goods Stores Department Stores ; ^ y uooa ® Department stores, Drug and Jewelry trade ' Llberal re Commission. Sample outfit furnished. Territory Mississippi, Mfg. Co., St. Louis, Eisenstadt: LOUISIANA WALKOUT PROPOSI ■ 1.500 acres of which 1,200 acres., in high state of cultivation. Located be tween Ferriday and Vidalia, in Con cor( jj a p ar j s b; on railroad with sta-; t i on TION. This Fine Plantation, Comprises Ten passenger Accessible to good on property; drains daily; SC h 00 ] s an d churches; Also State Au tomobile Highway now being built,; runs two miles through • property; Soil, extra fine sandy loam, well drai " ed; Ki " g ° f S ° U wh ' ch Government oxperts declare to be richest in tlje world . improvements extra good; Gne good residence; Managers dwell-. ng . 4 g g OQ d teant houses, mostly double; large new barn, 80 ft. by 100 ft; New Munger Gin, cost $12,000; comrn issary building; implement shed, : 40 ft. by 120 ft; ample corn cribs apd i granar:es; several miles good fences..^ Also 35 good mules; 3 horses; 3 good: tractors equipped with plows;, motor; ! cultivator; motor hay press; tractor disc; threshing separator; pea huiler; 5 farm W agons; and all other neces sary farm implements and machinery inc i u diT,g blacksmith shop and tools; 50 tons hay and 1>2 00 bu. corn. Best| p i an t a tion in Concordia Parish and can * be boug ht at great bargain with reason ahle cash payment and balance on long time at 6 per çent interest. Write> telephone or telegraph. 1 J. F. VAN VOORHEES, NATCHEZ, MISS. bob tailed and both ears are black answers to name of Dess. If found STRAYED OR STOLEN. One white anti black spotted setter bitch about 3 or 4 years old, she is Mi n . ter City, or phone 6104, Greenwood Miss, ; please notify W. T. Grantham. o pitchford-Lundy Auto Co. before buy ; I See the new Jordan Silhouette at ' ing your Christmas Car. -o 'j Vfeals at all Hours. ! Merchants Lunch 65 cts. Kandy Kitchen. A. XM4S GIFT That will last till Xmas comes again 7° vV \ \V v & 4 A t V [j fi m / f ! ik w : i / U o IV W m J 1 1 i \\ X. y Vl 7 // HEL SKltii f - 4 L & 6 * wr mes A Set of Kelly Springfield Tires. ROUGHJUTO COMPANY r~ < \ mmmm PAtoPY LAST NIGHT. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peltz entertained number of friends very pleasantly last night in honor of Mr. Roy Man »ses and Mr. Herman Sholtz. Those puresent were Misses Sarah Peltz, Raye Davis, May Arenzon, Nancy Gel man, Sarah Orlansky, Rebecca Peltz, Lena Kornfield, Mildred and Birdie Kaplan and Messrs. Roy Jdanases, Herman Shortz, David Smith, Frank Gertz and David Peltz. Delicious re freshments were served. ghter, Miss Eleanor of Itta Bena,; were shopping visitors in Greenwood; yesterday. Miss Eleanor has just re turned from Grenada College Id cper.d the Christmas holidays with her per ents. ****** Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Rucker and dau i I * * * * * * Miss Louise Crecgan is expected evening from Bogolusa, La., to spend the Christmas holidays with with her mother and sister here. Creegan is physical culture in struetor in the Y. W. C. A. at Bo golusa. ****** Misses Hortense Stoner and Rebec -1 ca Weaver attended a dance last; night at Oxford and will spend the week end there. ■ ****** Mrs. C. A. Beatty of Leflore, was a visitor in Greenwood yesterday to at-, tend the : î ^arty given by Mrs.j J - C. Adams. sold their home in North Greenwood to Mr. J c - Hayes. The consideration was $5,250. was a business visitor in Greenwood today * ****** Mr. and Mrs .Frank Brewer have * * * * * * Mr. Vassar Hemphill of Valley Hill, ****** Mr. Bernard Woods will leave to night for Natchez to spend Christmas. -o CARD OF THANKS. Mr. J. S. Shute desires to express ■ heartfelt thanks to his many friends and acquaintances, particularly to! Mrs. Westbrooks and Mrs. Thomas Galey, Sr., for their devoted attention and untiring services rendered his ■ family in the recent illnegs and dea'th ; of his devoted wife. -o FOR SALE. One pair platform scales; One 2 wheel hand truck; Qne Ton Maxwell Truck; pne new Dodge commercial Delivery Truck; One coverel Trailmobile. Giar One Medium size Safe, practically new; One single flat top Oak Desk; dina Produce Co. o YOUR LIBERTY BONDS— We are Government Licensed Brokers for the handling of Lib bonds We buy , ^H, 0 r loan! yQU Qn bondg> R Forrester & £ Kantor Bldg., Phone 601. r . „nur next ear he a Stude - Y SchShnlTuto Co ' 1 g o Hear the latest hit, "Let's help the Irish Now" at FREEMAN'S STORE. W r e have two of the best cooks n Greenwood. Kandy Kitchen. O -o Goodyear Cord and Fabric Tire 3 for all Cars. E. K. MYRICK. j -o j ' See the new Columbia Six at Pitch ford-Lundy Auto Co. Best Little "Six on the market. « -o ' Have you seen The New Speeial Six . Studebaker ? Schilling Auto Co. A. -O j All kinds of hand made gar ! ments for sale at Reiman, Par lor 11. at -o Wait for the elaborate new Premie coming for Christmas at Pitchford Lundy Co. -o Cord Tire Vulcanizing. E. K. My rick. i üéMBb Greenwood Theatre SATURDAY, DEC. 20. • 9 Adolph Zukor presents by arrangements with Flo Zeigfieid, BILLIE BURKE In "THE MISLEADING WIDOW." Also Mack Sennett presents Ben Turpin, Chester Conklin, Charles Murray and Phyllis Haver in his com edy sensation, SALOME versus SHENADOAH. The last time to hear Hock well's Native Hawaiian Singers and Players in their native songs and dances. >» PRICES: 28c and 55c % Coming: George Loan Tucker s "Miracle Man" and Wallace Reid in "The Valley of the Giants." fOR CHRISTMAS WEEK 28c lb Nice Pork Hams Nice Pork Shoulders 26c lb Delicious Pork Tenderloins. We Have Them All the Time 35c lb. PELTZ MARKETS PHONE No. I 462-W PHONENo.2 1035 GREENWOOD THEATRE Monday, December 22. Jesse L. Lasky Presents WALLACE REID In THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS. if Î9043 V .1 m m m •X % iß i * % PH • ;X : X M □] WALLACE REID//i*The Valley of the Giants* jÿÇ/bomJ*U-ffrtcr*/lÇkaur* □ PRICES: 17c and 28c i 10 0 DRESSED TURKEYS HOME 2 0 0 . HOME DRESSED HENS PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW PEUTZ MARKETS No. 1-PHONE 462 W No. 2-PHONE 1086.