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THE UNIVERSAL CAR To the Motoring Public I specialize on Vulcanizing Cord Tires. Let me repair your Casings while roads are bad. ALL WORK GUARANTEED E. K. MYRICK l î KING'S DAUGHTERS WILL MEET FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Circle will The King's Daughters meet Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Memorial Building. (Please note change of meeting place.) This is the day for the annual re- j ports of the past year's work, which Daughter should hear., every King's Plans will also be made for our New You will encourage the officers, and the committees to be named, by your presence—which will be appreciated < Year's work. by me. MRS. J. L .GILLESPIE, Leader. ♦ ♦ * * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pillow, Jr., with their four boys and little girl, left Sunday for the delta, where they will resume their 1920 housekeeping in North Greenwood, the lure of the of the "alluvial lands" ger than the pined hills proving stron of old Hoi mes. mas . Ai 1 United States Food Administration License No. G. 146566. I , r- vj m After X-mas Specials— Imperial Cluster 7 Crown California Raisins Beautiful 5 pound boxes $2.50 3 Crown Raisins, pound box 30c Original Dromadary Dates 35c raj «TEÎN GROCERY COMPANY E i « FWWMw,1 Willard Storage Batteries Unskilled battery charging may ruin an otherwise healthy battery. GREENWOOD BATTERY GO. 217-219 West Market Street, PHONE Nos. 6 and 477. j THE DAILY BOMMONWEALTH'S JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT GIVES PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY Üfl ;_SERVICE SEND US YOUR ORDERS » .-• V Srk::-, Jäte ,¥ â -.y. PIANO PUPILS ON HONOR ROLL. The following piano pupils of Miss Gladys Bacon are on the Honor Roll: Willis Loggins, Edith Flin, Eula Peterson, Helene McClesky, Louise Cahn, Eunice St. Clair, Christine Sim raons .Bonita Lundy, Frances Swayze, Olga Lipovac, Adele Goodman, Ade line Kantor, Jane Hunter, Elizabath Sarah Pros Dunn, Louise Beaman, ser, Viola Aron, Walker Turner, Ele ! anor Dulin, Hettie Theresa Barksdale, Dorothy Proby, Miriam Chandler, Ed na May Cahn. Wall Emmons Roanoke Pond, He * * * * ♦ M B Hayward of Memphis, Miss Madge Saunders and Miss Emily Barksdale left Monday for Vicksburg to take up their studies at | All Saints College j j * * ❖ Mrs. j is spending several days here and at Morgan City, looking after her plan tini£ interests. INFORMAL CARD PARTY. Mrs. O. J. Quiggins and Mrs. S. i (Q) R. Coleman, Sr., entertained a few of (g) tlieir friends very pleasantly with an /g» informal bridge party yesterday af- i ternoon at the Sturgis House. The ^ rooms were made most attractive by V©) the use of bright poinsettas. The (§) faveor, a fancy deck of cards, went to Mrs- Bonner Richardson. The host- '■ (g) esses were assisted in serving dainty refreshments by Miss Lillian Sturgis. * * * # * * , Mrs. Jimmy Colmery and Mrs. H. j W. Harris left yesterday for Yazoo City, where Mrs. Harris will undergo treatment. Mrs. Colmery will return home this evening. * * * * * * Mr. M. E .Robertson, of Itta Bena, j was in the city today, returning home from a business visit to Memphis. ****** Mr. Ed Kearney of Money, was a visitor in Greenwood today. * * * * * * MASONIC MEETING, i Special communication Greenwood ; ' ■ P. M. Work in E. A. Degree. A. J. COSTE, Jr., Sec'y. i -o Goodyear because the reputation is j made by miles of service. o Your attention is called to your au AUTOMOBILE OWNERS OF LE FLORE COUNTY. j tomobile tax for the year 1920, which j Call at the Sheriff's of is now due. fice and pay same. Owners will please j bring their last year's tag number. which will help the collector in mak ing . out your repor t. W. S. VARDAMAN, . Sheriff and Tax Collector Leflore County. -o ATTENTION KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS : Regular meeting Leflore Ledge No. 46 K. of P. Thursday night, Jan. 8th f^ Election of officers and work * n rank of Page. A full attend ance is requested. H. M. Evans, C. C. C. A. Kinkead, K .of R. S. o Strayed or Stolen One sorrel mare mule, about 12 or 14 hands high, from my place back | of the Furniture Factory, on Decern- 1 her 24th. Information leading to re- . will be rewarded. Phone 75-J, ! Greenwood, j co\ery Charles D. Anderson, Mississippi. -o 11 MADAM MANNETTA Palmist ! Now Located at 125 Johnson Street. ! ! This lady reads your hand like an I open book. Call and be convinced. ! For colored and white. -o Estrayed On Monday night ,Jan. 5th, BLACK JERSEY COW, swallow fork j ; one in left ear and crop off right ear, has scar on right ankle. Information : leading to her recovery will be re warded. Notify R. H. Branum, Mon i ey, Miss. We have two of the best cooks n Greenwood. -o Kandy Kitchen. We have a hunch that the theft o confiscated whiskey from the store room of the Richmond, Virginia city i hall was an "inside" job. -o I Can be seen at Mrs. L. O. ! j FOR SALE—Overland 90 in good ; condition, new tires. Greenwood Grocery Co. ; Corbin. : ; FOR RENT—Front room for one ; I or two gentlemen. Ring 917. FOR RENT—One furnished room j for one or two gentlemen. Phone 691. WANTED—Desk space in an office i Box 348. (Q) (g) /g» ^ V©) (§) '■ (g) j (§) (^) (g) j (g) ; m © FRIDAY NIGHT ONLY MR. JOHN CORT PRESENTS JANUARY 9TH. GREENWOOD THEATRE m m Co) m m m @r IN BROADWAY'S FAVORITE MUSICAL COMEDY GLORIANNA With AL. H. WILSON m 99 m m (©) Fritzl Scheff's Own Orchestra, An All-Star Cast and 100 per cent Beauty Chorus. Mail Orders (©) (©) (©) 75 cents to $2.50 SEATS ON SALE TUESDAY NOW (a) J Announcement We nöw have our office in the Auto W. Sales Co., place 215 Market Street, j. where we will conduct our business until our new place is finished. We have a good stock of Hups, Colum bia's and Jordans on hand, and will Phased to show them. Thanking our friends for the lib eral patronage given us during 1919, and wishing all a prosperous and hap py new year. We are sincerely, Pitchford-Lundy Auto Co. -o Power Printing Press For Sale Prouty Power Printing Press it good condition, at a real bargain. Wil print siXj seven or eight column foli( paper, and large circular work j Makes a clean, clear-cut impression Reason for selling we have installe! a f as t er press. Address The Dail. Commonwealth, Greenwood, Miss. -o The ingenious machines used by the Census Bureau to count, sort and j tabulate the information gathered by ; > the census enumerators are the pro ; duct of the Bureau's own laboratory ! The sorting machines wil ltake care o 300 cards per minute, the counting machine can do 500 cards a minute and the tabulating machine is cap able of handling 400 cars each min ute. > I > -o BLANK FORMS—Rent. Share, an Lease Contracts; Abstract Blanks Notice of Protest; Promissory Notes Collateral Notes; Nurses Records Posted Si S n Cards ' For Sale and Fo Rent Si « n Cards at The Dail y Com monwealth Office. ) ■> ) o iglO. A census of the country's manufac tures was made for the first time it Under the present law a man I ufacturers census is to be taken ii; onnection with the Fourteenth De thereafter. ennial Census and every two years -o BLANK FORMS—Rent. Share, an | Lease Contracts; Abstract * Blanks Notice of Protest; Promissory Notes i Collateral Notes; Nurses Records Posted Sign Cards, For Sale and Fo Rent Sign Cards at The Daily Com monwealth Office, o It required 18 months to complet the enumeration work for the first de i In 1920 the j Census Bureau plans to complete the enumeration work for the entire coun try in from two to four weeks and cennial census in 1790. announce the population figures ii o Shall the Government still live, o shall Bolshevist-poisoned labor union j j i sm succeed to command in this coun try's affairs? i *" -O If a Hohenzollern come-back is not ci confidently expected, why does the German republic insist on remaining j "imperial"? ! -O The Daily Commonwealth's Job ; Printing Department gives promp and satisfactory service. Send u your orders. The Department of Agriculture as sisted the Census Bureau in prepar \ ng the list of questions to be aske | of every farmer at the coming census ■o An enumeration of the mines an» quarries of the United States wa made for the first time in 1840. -o The Daily Commonwealth's Jo Printing Department gives promp and satisfactory service. Send u your orders. ■o Oriental humor—China demandinj an apology from Japan. -o The statistics of the first census o he United States were published in ane small volume consisting of 56 j The statistics of the 1910 1 required 12 volumes having j than 40,0001 'ages. :ensus •n aggregate of more »ages. -o Let your next car be a Stude baker- Schilling Auto Co. -o The Sixth Decennial Census, taken in 1840, was the first one to cove agricultural statistics, now one of the most important parts of the en -o Standing pat against Unde Sam has never yet won a pot. shell and LOST—Bunch of keys, at or near LOST—Pair Tortoise Postoffice. Reward for return to P. gold Spectacles. Reward at this of fice. W. Parsons. REDUCED PRICES ON MEN'S WEAR OF QUALITY NOW ON AT BERNSTEIN'S If you would profitably circum vent prevailing high prices, here is a chance to buy a SUIT or OVERCOAT at a great saving. All know the scarcity of mate rials of the better quality which this store is known to carry. Probably never before have we been able to call attention to sim ilar event with more conviction of it being ot great advantage to our natrons. > > > BERNSTEIN'S STYLE HEADQUARTERS ) ■> ) im ■ r 1 :? » 75 M I *• ;X; : I I ; ! I m I y' : Ä 9 H m fig m /LABEL NORMAND i* 3inx ir j jn GOUJWYW PICTURE/* MABEL NORMAND in "JINX", GREENWOOD THEATRE Thur. Jan. 8th. i *" ci Just Received ! ; \ | SHIPMENT OF I 1 i COLORED POSTER PAPER Give Us a Trial on Your Circulars DAILY COMMONWEALTH j 1 j , ' THE CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA EUGENE YSAYE, Conductor. GREENWOOD THEATRE, Jan uary 15th, 1920. T ickets on Saleat Crumont Now PRICES: $2.20 and $1.65. \ ************** * « ❖ t « * ♦ ♦ ❖ 3i ■ß's « ♦ ♦ I ❖ I * I ? m * # ❖ ❖ ❖ ❖ ♦ HSi + * ❖ ❖ * * ❖ * TODAY ❖ # * First Run Photoplays Continu- * ously ♦ ❖ ❖ •ï. t 3 TO 11 * ❖ SAMUEL GOLDWYN Presents I Miss. Mabel Normand t I The Biggest Show On| Earth JINX : * # ♦ % a t * "JINX is one of the liveliest »> f * pictures that you'll ever have thej j pleasure to see. It is the best Ma-+ f bel Normand picture yet— * A t I * * ❖ « t ❖ 18 ♦ y » + à » > ❖ ■ ! ]: ❖ * * i ❖ ! m. g ;}j m ❖ t : I t ❖ t i •j* IS: I i IV, tq ♦ m +1 ❖ > ❖ ❖ t m * * ❖ m * * ♦:* Si:: Î ❖ t iâiiï ' MABtLBORMAKD 9inx" % r Ä ? f t in, ❖ 1 ❖ Better than "MICKY" betterT ❖ I than "UP STAIRS" and that's go ing some. % "JINX'. I on your blues. For one •> you'll be as happy as a a Don't wait a minute. You. simply MUST scca I t will put the "JINX' J full hour|| circus.+ If you wanQt % to "pack up your troubles in the £ ❖ old kit bag" MABLE NORMAND -s* ❖ i* is your packer. ❖ ❖ ❖ 17c AND 28c. * ❖ ❖ :■ FRIDAY, JANUARY 9th. MR. JOHN CORT Presents * ❖ ♦ f> t * Fritzi Scheff and AL H. Wilson * V -IN- * || The Rainbow' Division of Musical'^ Comedies. "Glorianna ^ With a 100 Per Cent Perfect*;* ❖ Beauty Chorus. 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50. SPECIAL ORCHESTRA ♦ * 99 ❖ * ❖ « 5 » ❖ SATURDAY, JANUARY 10th. BIG DOUBLE BILL JESSE L. LASKY Presents Robert Warwick "In Mizzoura ? ❖ » •• ❖ ❖ * ❖ ❖ ❖ t * ❖ » A By Augustus Thomas. The story of a "Gentleman" who ❖ was a cad. of an uncouth sheriff who was a "prince" and of a girl $ J| who was taught by bitter adven-| ❖ ture to know the truth. See Major*'* «j* 4> Robert Warwick as Jim Radburn«t> I in this stirring picturization of j! ❖ AUGUSTUS THOMAS' great| ❖ stage drama with a notable sup- < X porting cast. ❖ < 4* V ALSO— ❖ SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION * ❖ ❖ 99 + Up In Alf's Place •î* " ❖ 4 * Paramount MACK SENNETT * Comedy. 17c AND 28c ❖ * * t * -s > YOUR LIBERTY BONDS— We are Gov ernmen t Licensed Brokers for the handling of Lib erty bonds. We buy, sell, or loan you on bonds. J. R. Forrester & Co., Kantor Bldg^ Phone 601. -& Meals at all Hours. Merchants Lunch 65 cts. Kandy Kitchen. o Have yon seen The New. Special Six Studebaker ? Schilling Auto Co.