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NIGHT BRIDGE CLUB MEETS.
Miss Mildred George was hostess
to the Night Bridge Club last even
ing at the home of Mrs. T. H. Bair 1
on River Front. The Baird home was
prettily decorated in holly. The guest;
formed three tables at bridge and
spent a most pleasant evening. The
club favor went to Miss Hortense
It was a pretty vanity ca;
Stoner.
The gentlemen's favor, a silver pencil.
Mis
went to Mr .Robert DeLoaeli.
Susan Malone and her visitor, Miss
Elizabeth Lloyd of Greenville,
the guests of the club. Miss (
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DANCE TONIGHT.
Among the most enjoyable affairs
of the holiday season will be the
dance given tonight at the Elks Club
by Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Malone for
Miss Susan Malone, who 'is home
from Decatur, Ga., where she has
been attending Agnes Scott College.
Many invitations were issued and a
large number mi f out of town guests
are expected to be in attendance.
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number of Leflore county
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a
gills attended the week-end dances at
the Univers ty of Mississim
whom were Misses Mildred Gv;
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terse Stoner, Rebecca Weaver. ?
guerite Humphries, Camile Ro:
and Mary K. Plea-ai ts
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L. G win was chaperone of Fais happy
led
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and march was
:>f this city
Gulf
occasion,
by Mi s Hortense Stoner
and Mr. Clifton Culpepper
port.
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Miss Eva Watson and Mi
Watson of Drew, are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Means Johnston for the
dance tonight, given at the Elks Club.
Mildred
Elizabeth Barksdale, who is
at ending Goucher College
more, Md., has returned home for the
holidays.
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Mg. John Dulaney cf Tunica, is the
guest of bis parents, Dr. and Mrs. J.
W. Dulaney for the Christmas holi
days. •
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Miss Eleanor Barksdale ,has return
ed from All Saint's College at Vicks
burg to spend the holidays with home
folks.
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Mrs. E .T. McMaster and children
have gone to McComb City to spend
McMaster's
Mrs.
Christmas
grandparents.
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Miss Fan ie Tayl ir left this after
neon for Carrollton to spend Christ
mas with relatives.
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G. 116566.
United States
Licence No.
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M erry G H R 1 S M AS.
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M. L. Brown
Harry Spivey
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Unskilled battery ch i 'ging may ruin an
otherwise healthy brfîery.
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GETTING THE FUR COAT OUT OF
THE MOTH BALLS SHOULD BE
A REMINDER THAT YOUR AU
IMMOBILE BATTERY NEEDS
A LITTLE EXTRA AT
TENTION.
"The average motorist/' said Mr.
Cates Manager of the local 'Exide'
Service Station, the ether morning, "is
a queer combination of sound Amer
ican coramonsense and unsound Am
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And
encan easy goingness,
parts of his car he never "sees or
a complaint from he is*most
ect. And that, of course.
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prone to ne
mainly why the starting battery
d ots—it never complains.
"It does- its work, right up to the
as nothing more to
the most negligent and
But. of course, by
nt w'm
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' rueî treatment,
the time it has reached such a ooint
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it is in mighty bad shape, and build
ing it up again is going to cost Mr.
Careless Motorist a penny
might very well have saved himself.
"And all this in spite of the
that we are continually writing our
that he
fact
customers—-talking to them, sending
and circulars—on the
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and longer life from the battery and
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keeping down big repair bills by giv
ing it the right kind of service at the
right t:
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out a little fehler showing
.anee of giving the battery proper
car is laid up for
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Wint
nbile ownc
weather to simpl
bus, fully equipped, into
id then lock the door
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cold
preach of
ran the old
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upon it to
"Certainly so far
concerned, t
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the battery is
is a mighty poor P r o
battvry, owing
cal nature, a certain sore
reaction is continually
nlaee. even when it is idle. For
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reason it demands certain atten
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Intendance as
give it . Because of this we ad
customers to remove their
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only the battery expert
can
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batteries from their
hem to u~. to be stored and cared for
The cost
sending
cars,
i our storage department,
if Winter storage is small and there
- assurance that nothing detrimental
an bannen to the battery dur* g Jack
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and Mary
last night from
where they are attend
Sophia Newcomb College, to spend
At mas with relatives.
Misses Teresa Loggins
:cas arrived home
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MARRIAGE LICENSE ISSUE».
Marriage license have been issued
to Miss Rebecca Hod« and Mr. John
Lindsey; Miss Grice and Mr. H. S.
Culpepper; Miss Juanita Clower and
Mr. Aubrey Green Carpenter. All of
these people reside in Leflore coun-:
Miss Clower and Mr. Carpenter
.re residents of Itta Bena.
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Mr. Christopher C. Boyd of Water
Valley, Miss., announces the engage
merit and approaching marriage of his
granddaughter, Miss Wlnza Claire
•ôunt ,to Mr. Albert A. Marx, of
Tew Orleans, La , the wedding to take!
riace in January. No cards.
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CHRISTMAS SERVICE.
On Thursday (Christmas Day) ser
vices in the Episcopal Church will be
held as follows: At 8:30 a. m., the
Holy Communion; at 10:30 a. m.,
Morning Prayer, special music. The
oublie invited.
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Mrs. Sell Jones of Glendora, was a
shoppmg visitor in Greenwood yes-,
terday.
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Miss Marion Smith of Indianola, is
the guest of Mrs. John Pettey.
Have you seen The New Special Six
Studeb§ker ? Schilling Auto Co.
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I ed doctor packed her off to a sana-"
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money.
I Was she funny?. She was. She is.!
iä But not in the head. And what she
g d d do to Aunty, Doc, and that «
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T/iliiam Elliott, F. Ray Comstock J
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"Experience
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BIG DOUBLE XMAS BILL
. Samuel Goldwyn Presents
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Mack Sennett »'resents
FORD STERLING -
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Bathing Girls in—
"A Lady's Tailor
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26th.
World Film Corporation Presents
"When T
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I Neville Buck's Gripping novel ofy
I the Cumberlands Will Want to See
(he Picture.
17c & 28c
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BIG DOUBLE BILL
Thomas H. Ince Presents
Charles Hay
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I In hisTeft he packs a kick like a!
I mule; his right seems swathed with!
J a horse shoe...It's a wonderful story
of the prize ring where strong men!
battle for money, fame, and love.
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Mack Se: net Presents His Comedy|
Sensation
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Uncle Tom Without
The Cabin"
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COMING — NEW YEARS DAY
MATINEE and NIGHT
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App. Reg. U. S. Pat Off.
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RECENTLY MARRIED.
p. l. Hamrick's wise, alas! Alack!
To fool his wife he won't try;
He knows she can't drive a tack, -
But she can nail a lie.
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Garrard Barrett, who is always do
ing a good turn for someone, got real
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tered Dantone's sanitary barber shop
and asked W . c. Wilson to cut his
Wilson got to work
p ia j r j a mode .'
anc j so on Garrard was practically bald.
Mr. Barrett, seeing himself in the
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Wilson, did you cut my hair like
jthis?" "Why, Mr. Barrett, it is as
y OU ordered it" replied Wilson calm
iy_ »«y oa said you wanted it all mow
led."
O, Constable.
Oh see the jolly centipede,
Dozens of legs he seems to need;
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John Dantone got his new winter
suit as usual and the other day on a
special occasion he, was quite the cen
ter of attraction and he cou! 1 not
j make it out, until it was over when he
I discovered one of the price tags on
1 his coat was the cause of it all.
NIX ON THE MUSH.
Max Levitt told bis love,
Calling pretty names, trutle dove;
! His
Go tell that to our city cop.
Tiens made her say "stop!"
A- few days ago Fred Little, the
grocer, saw one of his best customers
• as a bit ruffled over something, so
he strove to be extra obliging*" and
"I think,"
"livmg is getting 7 cheaper
/o those eggs
i plftisant as he always is.
! lie said.
For instance a year
! would have cost you 5 cents more."
said the customer,
were fresh they
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, 'when those eggs
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Your Auto Painter,
'reed Moore, you'll all agree,
Sure gets a fellow's goat;
: For in the hottest weather he
Puts on an^overeoat.'
Police.
. P. Weaver sprang a gag today
A g ha sty, dismal, painful joke;
/Ie said a man is made of clay,
That is why he's often broke.
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has a little (?) face,
Not much larger than a cup;
it it takes him three hours
oil the blame thing up.
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Can't Be Did.
f H. E. Crook could take a $10 bill,
He sure would be in clover;
[f a market basket be could fill
! And have three cents left over.
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We Don't Blame Him.
! C. M. Weaver worked 'til he's slim,
And gathered strength in his toil;
He's got his body into trim,
But howls if asked to carry coal.
A. Bernstein is at all time trying
e his customers in the gents
I furnishing business and what's more!
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he does it. Last week a young, lady;
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,vcrt into his place and to be nice hej
said: "Your rather was rieh i when he
Oh, yes!" she re
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died, wasn't he?"
plied,
much ? '
/ber, abolit twice a week."
Greenwood Theatre Manager.
was a little chap,
he could fight.
I George McCormick is little, too;
That's why he's allright
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But gosh
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If Mart Billingsley, one
! agreeable proprietors- of the Auto Re
Co., wants to do one of the
,-reatest things for himself hnd hu
we woould suggest he have
the back
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! nether spring put under
, eat of a Ford car.
A Gentle Hint.
'James Gates please do not go
So soon," yawned tired Miss Dear:
Must wait a half an hour or so,
And eut your breakfast here."
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FOR SALE—Three burner ol
stove. Good as new. Kelley's Store.
Carrollton Ave.
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with two beds for three congenial
young men Phone 536.
•Phone:
GOBBLERS FOR SALE
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Cord
LOST—32 X 4 1-2 Firestone
between Black Hawk and!
Casing
Greenwood on Monday,
Vassar W. Dacus. Green
Dec. N22nd,
Reward,
wood, Miss.
LOST—One 32x4 Cord Tir? cn rim.
Call 369. T
FOR RENT—325 ac^es good, sandy;
loam land at Holly Ridge, Miss. Ad
dress G. W. Buck, TttaBena, Miss.
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LOST—One gold locket. Lion head
with small diamo d and initials "H.
E. C." on back. Reward if returned
to this office.
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Invitation to visit our Place of
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CHANCERY SUMMONS. ' 1
The State of Mississippi,
To John II Spruell, Helena, Arkansas.
You are commanded to appear be-!
fore the Chancery Court of the Coun
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ty of Leflore, in said State cm the
Fourth Monday of March, A. D. 1920,!
to defend the suit in said Court of !
Ed Moss, wherein you are a defend
ant.
15th day of December, A. D.,
This
1919.
(Seal)
A R.. BEW, Clerk.
NOTICE.
The following garages and filling
stations will be closed Christmas day:
Kimbrough Auto Co.
E. K. Myrick.
Metts Auto Filling Sta. «
Seven Eleven Tire & Vulc. Co.
Commonwealth Garage.
Schilling Auto Co.
River Front Garage.
Pftchford-Lundy Auto Co.
IL D. Walker & Co.
Auto Sales Co.
Aldridge Auto Sales Co.
Delta Motor Car Co.
Overland-Greenwood Co.
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Just Received a shipment of
Fine Turkeys and Chickens.
Gardner Bros., Carrollton Ave.
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One Medium size Safe, practically
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new ; Or.e single flat ton Oak Desk;
0( # jr lat{orm scales : 0 „e 2 wheel
. Maxwell Track:
One new Dodge commercial Delivery
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dina Produce Co.
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YOUR LIBERTY BONDS—
We are Government Licensed
Brokers for the hand ing of Lib
-tv bends. We buy, soli, or loan
nrs hrndss f R Forrester &
Co., Kantor Bldg., Phone 601.
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We have two of the best cooks
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Let vour next car be a Stude
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Kandy Kitchen.
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baker- Schilling Auto Co.
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Cord Tire Vulcanizing.
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Hear the Original Six Brown Broth
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MAN'S STORE.
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and Fabric Tires
E. K. MYRICK.
Goodyear Cord
for all Cars.
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Vleais at all Hours.
Merchants Lunch 65 cts.
Kandy Kitchen.
FOR SALE—Ford- Touring Car.
iths. Dr. R. B.
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Yates.
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Christmas Plants
NOW ON DISPLAY
Cyclamen — Begonias
Poinseitas
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* make your selection,
jour order early for
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M8R3Ü9H AUTO COMPANY
PHONE 992
The State of Mississippi,!
To De Soto Pauit Manufacturing Co.,
Memphis, Tennessee.
CHANCERY SUMMONS.
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You are commanded to appear be-1
fore the Chancery Court of the Coun- ;
ty of Leflore, in said State on the;""
Fourth Monday of March, A. D. 1920.
to defend the suit in saAl Court of j
The Kraetzer Cured Lumber Company |
wherein you are a defendant.
This 13th day of December, A. D.,
1019.
(Real)
A R.. BEW, Clerk.
Drs. lopsr & Lopar
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Kantor Bui.ding.
Office Hour;-:
9 to 11 a. m.
2 *o 5 p. m.
Office Phone *20 Residence 867
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J All kinds of hand made g
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and much depends upon correc
interpretation.
The Government requires rec
P ords to be kept, which shall ac
|| curately reflect gains and pro«
fits, and be subject to exam.:
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FEDERAL TAX CONSULT
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Office: Kimbrough Building
near Courthouse.
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It will give us pleasur,
to figure with you. I

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Auto Co.
PHONES Na.3767 and 76.
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Greenwood, Miss,

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