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GREENWOOD THEATRE
Wednesday, March 3
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THE VENUS OF THE SCREEN
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A story of the stage of life—of your life and mine,
pathetic and symbolic story woven with the threads ot reality.
ALSO A MACK SENNETT COMEDY
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HIS LAST FALSE STEP
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Featuring Ford Stebling, All Was Well until he called on the vamp,
until her brother caught him, until his wife appeared, until oh what's
the use - we can't tell you. \ ou ve got to see it. It s one of the 1 un
Prices 17c and 28c. The Miracle Man is Coming.
niest yet.
ENTERTAIN BRIDGE CLUBS.
The young men of the tw r o Tuesday I
Night Bridge Clubs entertained the
young lady members most pleasantly j
last night at the Elks Club at bridge;
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which followed by a program dance.
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About twenty four young people were |
present. Delicious refreshments were I
served. Mesdames H. W. Gideon. S.
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L. Gwin and T. H. Baird chaperoned, i
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MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Circuit Clerk Sharkey Pate has is
sued marriage licenses to the follow
Mrs. Jennie Minekin and Mr. J.
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D. Cato, both of Itta Bena; Miss Mary
Sherbourne and Mr. J. H. Randall.
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The Matinee Musicale will meet Fri
afternoon at 3 o'clock and will be
Mrs.
Mrs. Sam Parker and Miss
Stingley at the home of Mrs. C. R.
Prosser. Those members who cannot
attend the meeting will please notify
the hostess.
day
entertained by
C. R. Prosser,
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Mr. J. L. Haley, Jr., one of our
clever Itta Bena friends was a Green
wood business visitor yesterday, and
Cairo, !
made The Daily Commonwealth an ap
preciated call.
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Mr. Vance S. Malone of
111., arrived in Greenwood yesterday
to accept a position with the Crull
Whittington Wholesale Dry Goods Co.,
as traveling salesman.
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Mrs. Ray Brown, who has been visi
ting for the past two weeks at her
home in Forest, La., will return to
morrow evening.
Mrs. J. G. Pleasants returned home
last night from Memphis, where she
has been visiting for the pastx week.
Mr. Barry Parish of Charleston, is
the guest of his brother ,Mr. R. P.
Parish in Greenwood today.
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Imogene Rolfe of New Or
leans, is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Miss
Ida Rolfe.
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License No. G. 146566.
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United States Food Administration
Salad and Mayonmaise
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DRESSINGS
Wright's Incomparable Mayonmaise
Wright's 1000 Island Salad Dressing
Richelieu Mayonmaise
Durkee's Salad Dressing
Premier Mayonmaise.
You Can't Beat 'em.''
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STEIN GROCERY COMPANY
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Willard Storage Batteries
Do not pay Us or Anyone Else for reinsulating
a threaded rubber Battery. ASK US WHY.
GREENWOOD BATTERY CO.
217-219 West Market Street.
PHONE Nos. 6 and 477.
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FINDS THAT NAZIMOVA IS A
"NORMAL" GENIUS."
Although recognized as the greatest
emotional actress in the world. Nazi
mova, who is now appearing in "Stro
nger Than Death," is one of the most
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normal and likable personalities
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the sta ^ e that coul(1 be desired ' She
has none of those ^r.tating eccentn
cities which, as a rule, accompany
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genius of her order.
A New York dramatic critic, after ;
conversing with her at her studios in i
Hollywood, wrote: "That which made
Nazimova distinguished is the recog- ;

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nition given her in New York as one.
But 1
of the foremost living actresses.
the most remarkable thing about her :
is that with all the excuses for I
that '
exaggerating the eccentricities
are conceded to be concomitants
Greenwood Theatre, Friday, Mar. 5.
SUPERSTITIOUS, EH?
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genius, she is a normal, natural wom
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WELL, SEE;
"HOODOOED ".
The absurdity of being supersti
tious and depending upon horse shoes,
rabbits' feet, dream books, and four
leal clovers to avert disaster is strik
ingly demonstrated in the newest Par
amount-Carter de % Haven comedy,
"Hoodooed," which will be shown at
the Greenwood Theatre next Saturday.
Carter de Haven wants a «aise in
result take every i
salary and as a
precaution possible to avoid ill luck,
all the familiar fetishes that
using
have come down through the ages.
He gets his raise and the general ;
managership of his firm ,and attrib-1
utes it all to his observance of his ;
customary rites until Mrs. Carter de
Haven proves to him that it all hap
pened on Friday, the 13th,
knocks his theories into a cocked hat.
So to prove that he is no longer sup
erstitious he tears up the dream book,
throws salt on the floor ,smashes a
mirror, chucks the horseshoe out of
the door (with resultant damage to
his boss) and admits that he has been
Charles J. PJtrott di
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in the wrong,
rected this amusing story by Keene
Thomson.
CLASSIFIED ADVS.
FOR SALE—300 bushels Whippor
will Peas. $5.75 per bushel f. o. b.
Philadelphia. Henderson-Molpus Co.,
Philadelphia, Miss.
FOR SALE — Thursday or Friday
morning 1 , Good Milch Cow. W. L. Mc
Masters, 409 Pearl street.
TWO GOOD DODGE Touring Cars.
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both late models in first class shape,
new paint jobs and guaranteed to be
as represented. Priced very low'. Alsoj
good Ford Touring. Look these cars
over at Schilling Auto Co.
FOR SALE— S. W. 1-4 of N. W. l-4 j
Section 27, Township 21, Range 1
East, consisting of 41 acres. Has a
lot of fine Gum Timber on tract, and
adjoins the lands owned by C. L. Siv
ley and A. O. Peterson near Money,
Miss. Apply to J. L. Gillespie at The
Daily Commonwealth Office for fur
ther information.
WANTED—Man or strong boy to
learn hatter's trade. Morahan, (Hat
ter), 413 Howard street.
WANTED -Girl to sew on hat
bands. Apply Morahan, (Hatter) 413
Howard street.
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WANTED
Experienced stenogra
pher desires extra work. Call Phone
413.
WANTED TO RENT—Four or five
room house, prefer near school. Pos
session wanted by April 1st. See C.
W. Telfair at Herman's Store.
FOR RENT—Nice large front
room, close in, board for couple or two
or three gentlemen. Phone 872.
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FOR RENT--Furnished light house
keeping rooms, also nicely furnished
room for gentlemen or couple. Call,
I 759.
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■ from conductor on Grenada train yes
terday, will please return to Mrs. Win.
O'Reilley, Avalon, Miss.
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It is absolutely impossible for water
j to get in your gas tank when gas
j comes through our visible pump.
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
Call 11
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■ liurch will give a St. Patrick's Tea
at the home of Mrs. S. R. Keesler on
Circle No. 5 of the Presbyterian
March 17th.
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Adapted by Charles Bryant from
the novel of Anglo-Irdian life
by I. A. R. Wylie,
Directed by Herbert Blache;
Maxwell Rorger, Director Gen
eral.
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"I'll whip you like a dog! I'll
show you that I'm master here.
Strike me, hut I'll strike back
some day. I killed a mad mon
grel once. Since then I fear
nothing. ''
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Prices 28 and 55 cents
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NOTICE
All nurses in the county will please
register with us when coming off duty.
We are going to look after calls for
nurses and want to know where you
are. Call in, we have complimentary
nurses' records for you.
TO THE PUBLIC
If in need of a nurse, let us know, we
will try to locate one for you.
WE HAVE IT.
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Barrett's Drug Store
PHONES 115 and 378.
P r T?TTO v FOR PARDON.
To the C ovevrior of the State <jf Mis
sis ippi:
Your . c itioner, Nathan Jackson,
ectfully show that he was
convict >' t the November Term, 1915,
of the Circuit Court of Leflore Coun
ty, Mil
i'mpris« n :r mt in the State Peniten
tiary.
Youi pc titioner would show furth
would
ippi, and sentenced to life
er * ha ' f ' has made application for |
pardon b it that his application has !
been dv,Lowed, but will come up for
re-heai : g at the April Meeting, 1920.*
Youi ; t dtioner asks for pardon for
the re£ ; r. that he has been sufficient- :
ly punishe d, that he has made a mer-i®
itorious prisoner; !
Wherefore your petitioner prays he |
may be granted a pardon,
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NATHAN JACKSON.
MASONIC MEETING.
Greenwood Lodge No. 135 F. & A. !
M. will meet Wednesday, March 4th,
at 7 p. m. Work in E. A. degree.
By order of
J. W. DONNELL, W. M.
A. J. COSTE, JR, Sec'y.
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We se'l Electric Light Globes,
Henderson & Baird Hardware
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Fresh pork, butter and eggs will be
sold at very moderate prices at the ;
Curb Market at the Memorial build
ing, Thursday morning from 9 to 12
o'clock.
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Ask for our prices on Electric
Light Globes. Henderson & Baird
Hardware Company,
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STRAYED OR STOLEN
From hitch post in town of Sunflow
I er, Mississippi, on December 26th,
1919, about dark, One Light Blue
Mare Mule, about 15 1-2 hands high,
with a small crimp on the tip end of
one ear—think it is the right. She
had on Texas red saddle and a fairly j
good riding bridle when lost. Any
one giving information for her recov
ery will be well rewarded,
ALEX CADE,
By L. E. CLAIBORNE.
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STRAYED
One black horse, with white spot in
face, 6 years old, about 13 hands high. |
Notify J. Lipovac. Reward for inf or
mation leading to recovery.
GREENWOOD THEATRE. THÜRS.. MCH.4
THE MOST EXTENSIVELY AND NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
HAWAIIAN MUSICAL PLAY SUPREME
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Dave Manaku, late of Hammer
stein and Shubert's Attraction
and his
Princes Anaiika, the Famous
Hula Dancers
Royal Hawaiian
Quartette
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Haleokeola Temple
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have heard him sing on your
Victrola Records
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HAWAIIAN DANCES
grasp this opportunity and see
him in person
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Oozy, Creepy Music, a Faithful Portrayal of Quaint Hawaiin Traditions
Prices 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50. Secure Seats at Box Office
An Hawaiian Love Story Set to Dreamy Music.
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If you broke a mirror this
morning —
Or spilled the salt—
Or saw. a black cat—
Or feel generally gloomy —
See Mr, and Mrs. De Haven
in their first Paramount
Comedy.
It'll send you home laughing
If you feel great you'll enjoy
it more
Two famous comedy stars in
their best picture!
Don't miss it!
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Stop! that creaking rim—we have;
lugs and bolts for all cars!
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
Call 11-992.
Remember we have a complete
Stock of Electric Light Globes.
Henderson & j
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Baird Hardware Co.
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Buying Goodyear tires is investing
money, not spending it. E. K. Myrick.
set of Kelly-Springfield
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Try a
Cord tires.
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
Call 11-992.
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Have you seen The New Speaial Six
Studebaker ? Schilling Auto Co.
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Well-kept streets is the best adver
tising any town or city can make.
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We are serving Pure Coca
Kandy Kitchen.
Cola.
JUST RECEIVED
ONE CAR OF
MARES
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MULES
Will sell them for Cash or Credit
All stock sold guaran
teed as represented.
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W hen you want Electric Light
Globes call Henderson & Baird
Hardware Co.
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Let your next car be a Stude
baker- Schilling Auto Co.
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Just received a few sets of Johnson
! shock absorbers for Dodge Bros. Cars.
KIMBROUGH AUTO CO.
Call 11
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We received today one car of
GOOD MULES. Call to see US
before buying. All mules abso
lutely guaranteed as represent
ed. Cottrell & Company, North
; Greenwood Barns.
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We have two of the best cooks
n Greenwood,
Kandy Kitchen.
ARE YOU RUPTURED?
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Wë have in stock all styles
and sizes of Trusses. We have
a competent fittep We can
give you as good service as if
you went to Memphis. We
guarantee satisfaction or your
money back.
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BARRETT'S DRUG STORE
PHONE 115 and 378
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All second hand cars
we sell are gone over
by expert mechanics.
It gives us pleasure
to showr you.
H. D. Walker
Auto Co.
PHONES 767 and 764
Greenwood, Miss.
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