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'Sfjp! % mfi •v i A rx.x A ■I; •S *3 *»„v* t:' Yj iW rS % L * ' ». I tj 4k-■ y if ■ / - ? çfc* r m x i « !■: < BS, 9 ^ MM? m 'CS. v W ili 'X' t k n 3 *5 v ■ - __ M K / , V© >% £> 'LY c C. yf «• X ;jr / 'ntrx * A 5 ; / For Better Corn Bread, Ask Your Grocer for JERSEY CREAM MEAL LEFLORE GROCER CO. WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS * + *:■* ************* **+■***#***, * * GREENWOOD GROCERY CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS * * * * * * * * * * * * * Wc Aker rind Repair Your Cî jthes in connection with our Î.PYER5 Ä Limé Dry Cleaning Department Delta Steam Laundry Phone: 262 Laundry 833: Dry Cleaning Ford Service By Ford Mechanic—Jack Baughn JUCHHEIM WAGON WORKS PHONE 552; KIMBROUGH AUTO GO. TIRES AND ACCESSORIES SERVICE CALL 11—992 ***************************t * * I r v WRIGHT POMP A NY * * * * « GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPL PHONE 45. MANUFACTURERS * * * I f F Ice Cream and Carbonated Drinks; Also Bottlers of Coca-Cola. * * * ***«|»**f*4i*******************!f PELTZ PACKING CO. INC. Demand Our Products. 9 9 6 6 PHONE 701 Greenwood, Miss. WE BUY AND SELL LIBERTY BONDS 4% Interest Paid on Deposits, Computed Semi-Annually GREENWOOD SAVINGS BANK GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI • • *************************** ; PLANTERS OIL MOL & MFC. CO. : * GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPL MEAL AND HULLS WB HAVE ON HAND AT ALL TIMES OLD STYLE HULLS AND BRIGHT MEAL. FOB PRICES TELEPHONE 1M OR SSL : * * A * * * ft * •» 1 * -■ ■ +*♦*♦*+*+»+** -r m Home Plans We have a lot of the latest plans for resi dences, and select yours, and then let us submit an estimate of the cost. I Come down Specialties for Spring: Cedar Fence Posts Screen Wire Screen Doors Beaver Board. * * Material for all Build inn an d Repair Work. * * * I GREENWOOD LUMBER GO. * * I J PHONE 443. SATISFACTION All second hand cars we sell are gone over by expert mechanics. It gives us pleasure to show you. ; H. D. Walker Auto Co. PHONES 767 and 768 Greenwood, Miss. *************** > * LOANS * $200,000.00 loaned on Delta lands * "*• recently. Amounts $3,000.00 to •* * $100,000.00. Make new loans < * * or increase your old ones. * Best rates * Pollard & Hamner * *************** * No expense •* ■i" <-»> $?* * **** $**$*"*$> *$* *$* ^ *%++$♦ +$++$»-*3+ +$+*♦** % ■ ♦i* * * .t* L t »X« PLANT ' « * ❖ *:» X X Rose Bushes Now * I X ; * ❖ We have a nice se lection in 1-year and 2-year sizes i *\% 1 X Greenwood Floral Co. # t * * * * i 912 Henry St. Phone 787 I ♦ 3 ** , 3**3 > *3* »3* *3* ************* * * t For All Cars * * * * * TIMKEN BEARINGS * SPARTON HORNS * r * Johnson Shock Absorb- * * * * * * * * ers * * * Everything For Your * * * Automobile. i * * * * Kimbrough Auto Co. * * * * * Phone 992—11. ♦ + + ♦♦****♦*♦♦♦ Drs. Loper & Loper OPTOMETRISTS Kantor Bldg.—Room 6 Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. i 2 to 5 p. m. .4 STRAYED OR STOLEN From hitch post in town of Sunflow er, Mississippi, on December 26th, 1919, about dark, One Light Blue Mare Mulè, 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 good riding bridle when lost. Any one giving information for her recov ery will be well rewarded. ALEX CADE, By L. E. CLAIBORNE. -o We have two of tbe best cooks i n Greenwood. Kandy Kitchen. -O j Well-kept streets is the best adver ; tising any town or city can make. <y -o If you cant' be a booster, make ! room for somebody who can and will. Don't be an obstructionist. -o BLANK FORMS—Rent, Share and j Lease Contracts; Abstract Blanks Notice of Protest; Promissory Notes; ■ Collateral Notes; Nurses Records; ! Posted Sign Cards, For Sale and For I Rent Sign Cards at The Daily Com I monwealth Office. -o RHEUMATISM is completely washed out of the sys tern by the celebrated Shivar Minera Water. Positively guaranteed kr. money back offer. Tastes fine; cost a trifle. Delivered in your home by ; your druggist or groced. Greenwoo ! Grocery Co., Whole Wale Distributors ■ -O FOR CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE, Fourth District, (Special Election March 16th) JUDGE D. E. BEAMS, of Greenville. -o BLANK FORMS—Rent, Share and Lease Contracts; Abstract Blanks; Notice of Protest; Promissory Notes; Collatex-al Notes; Nurses Records Posted Sign Cards, For Sale and For Rent Sign Cards at The Daily Com monwealth Office. o It is absolutely impossible for water to get in your gas tank when gas I comes through our visible pump. KIMBROUGH AUTO CO. Call 11 992. YELLOW CHASSIS Republic Trucks. ! Others enjoy their perfect performance. Why not you. I H.D. Walker Auto Co. PHONE 767 & 768 Greenwood, Miss. * *************** I * ALICE CAFE * * MARKET STREET PHONE 509 THE QUICKEST and BEST SERVICE In The City * * * * * * i* * * * * * * * * OPEN DAY AND NIGHT EVERYTHING GOOD TO EAT * * * * * : * * Prices Reasonable and cour * teous attention at aU times * R M. JACKSON INTERIOR DECORATING Painting & Paper Hanging Estimates Furnished Free PHONE 504. 407 WILLIAMSON ST. * DR.R.M.BANISTER * (Successor to Dr Jas. Lewis.) * ! * Graduate Veterinary Surgeon * and Dentist. Dc^All Kind of Vaccinating Phones: Office 112, Res. 371. GREENWOOD, MISS. * * j ; * * ! * * ! : * *************** — I * INTERIOR DECORATING < j * * * ***************** C. POSEY # * Painting & Paper Hanging. * * P. O. Box 107. Phone 694. * * 708 W. Church St., Greenwood. + -o Power Printing Press For Sale Prouty Power Printing Press ii good condition, at a real bargain. Wil print dix, seven or eight column folk paper, and large circular work Makes a clean, clear-cut impression Reason for selling we have installe« a faster press. Address The bail; Commonwealth, Greenwood, Miss, weatb Office. o Cola. Kandy Kitchen. ' 'kÆ'-'A Hjä DO YOU KNOW ISAAK WALTON He that loses his conscience has nothing left that is worth keeping. And in the next place look to your HEALTH; and if you have it praise God and value it next to a good con 1 1 , » science. Mr. A. C. Lewis, Manager, Paragon Theatre, Prattville, Alabama, kept his conscience, but almost entirely lost his health. He is a physical wreck and had despaired of ever getting well. Mr. Lewis did get well and says, "I suffered with Indigestion and Stom ach Troubles for six years and was in a terrible condition. I had no appetite and lived on dry toast for three mon ths. I was weak, run-down, nervous and could not sleep. I commenced taking FERRALINE because it was recommended to me by friends who claimed it had cured them, and I really began to improve before I had finished one bottle. Since taking several bottles I have no touch of Indigestion or Stomach Trouble, I eat freely and everything agrees with me, I have gained strength and energy and sleep well and am free from the Nervousness that had almost destroy ed me .1 am really entirely cured and am a well man. yy FERRALINE is sold by all good (Adv.) druggists and dealers. *;-❖ ►;* * ❖ * ** * ❖ ** ❖ * * ****< * + FOR SALE *3» * * * •> ❖ ❖ * * * * ! 50 Head Young | Mares * ♦T. * ❖ * * t FROM 900 TO 1300 POUNDS f f ♦ J» Will take the place of high T price mules. Will do just as much farming. Will sell for 4 Cash or Credit. ❖ * * * .x. Ï * ! H. M. HEITTNER I * Phone 774 or 16 * ❖ * * * 4 *3* «j* iJmJ* *j* *j» *j* *joj* LISTLESS PEOPLE SELDOM POPULAR You.. Can't.. Attract.. Friends When You're Feeling Dull and Despondent Popularity Goes to the Red-Blooded Pepto-Mangan Brings Vigor, Health And Happiness to Anemic Persons ! ! : When you're feeling your best—* when you're brimming with happiness, "pep" and enthusiasm—people just can't help being drawn to you. You're I a favorite wherever you go. But when you're constantly tired and dull—when everything is too niuch trouble—when you're bored with yourself—it's natural that you affect your acquaintances likewise. If you're not feeling up to par, you - are Not. If you're not sick exactly, but are just is a good tonic. The food you eat is not becoming energy-making, red. j blood. Everyone gets run-down occasionly. But it's not necessary and is really dangerous to let this condition hang on. A bottle of Pepto-Mangan, the fa mous "red blood builder" would sup ply the iron and other properties your blood now lacks—would Bring hack your oldtime energy and enthusiasm —would put color in your cheeks and spring in your step. Pepto-Mangan is agreeaKle and con venient to take, and endow id by j»hy run down, what you need! - er liquid or tablet ten. T'oere'a no / i 10, FORD STRIP SHINGLE RED OR G R F F h* SURFACED : X IÛ inch 3 ' / Cb yi .v r _•»• < $*V * V *. ! 1 V*- ^ o *■ r) % ?. .-V.» •« • *.*.-v. n .\*» yx.v.4 > vil r * Sfl!» / X, I ». I ►'O' V-; .sWv.--' ' » 4»C a » V »V v.V-.t t »* v. ' V, jWnîVs*:«,'/, 1 ,. . _ v !.* -• ' vVxl.VVr-;;..*i■ C >. 1. * * \ #N V .» \ * \ t.v* 1 *c -V 1. I; f> ^ « t vv » •*» *3 t V; « MA la I Delta Lumber Co. Greenwood, Miss. I 4 STORES 4 C. E. JORDAN & CO. GREENWOOD AND GREENVILLE FURNITURE Columbia Grafanolas and Records YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD 116 and 118 Howard St. Telephone 64 *************************** M C SHANE COTTON COMP*»''. Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants GREENWOOD, MISS. WE AIM TO PLEASE * * * * * ************** ******** * + * + *. + I Æ à Ü > -x X w \ i \ ■X ; ' *<? Cv JÈ 9 4] m r A •ÄP**: / y. ■& M m y I i a m £; ! .4 »i >•?] V. ■ Greenwood Theatre, Saturday, Mar. j ,. ... ,, „ . in connection with Maurice Tourneur big South Sea Isle Production Victory 7 , 13th, Fatty Arbuckle in the Garage o »ermanently disappear after drinking the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water STOMACH ILLS Positively guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastes fine; costs a trifle Delivered in your home by your drug gist or grocer. Greenwood Grocery Co o Greenwood Proof Should convince every Greenwood reader. The frank statement of a neighbor, telling the merits of a remedy, Bids you pause and believe. The same endorsement By some stranger far away Commands no belief at all. Here's a Greenwood case. A Greenwood citizen testifies. Read and be convinced. W. E. Bealle, bookkeeper, Green-: "Several years ago I used Doan's Kidney Pills and was well pleased with the results I received. I, was troubled mainly with a dull ache ' through the small of my back and was in pretty bad shape. It only took a ' few boxes of Doan's to correct the' disorder and rid me entirely of this trouble. wood, says: ft j 60c at all dealers. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfr's., Buffalo, N. Y. o SPECIAL NOTICE. The Government is now investigat ing the Coal Situation ,and we expect an Advance in a few days hence. We j have authorized our Mr. T. P. Price to book orders from this date on the ; present prices, subject to such prices the Government may fix. Phone 51. BERNICE COAL CO. as difference in their effectiveness. Ask your druggist for Pepto-Man gan and be sure it's The name "Gude's" should (Adv.) Gude's" the ik be on the package. SOL TI i ERN WO ' TEN TELL OF EXPERIENCES San Antonio, Tex.:—"Aftei becoming a mother 1 had displacement from get ting around too soon. 1 suffered for tlinxi years and was uediast. tin* time. .f part < ^ " »t 1 was rvous I could s I e e p a n d what, little food I could eat did not nourish me. doctored and took every medicine im friends recom mended to ine but did not got any better. I I ) y ■ ti V l Finally, the doctor himself advised me to try 1 )r. Pierces favorite Prescription, and tlinxj bottles restored me t ) jierfeet health. Mas. Fannie Goins, 1307 Hays St. Baton Rouge, La.:—"Dr Favorite Prescription is alisolutely re liable as a woman's medicine. 1 took it to relieve me of heat flashes and dizzy siM'lls and 1 have only praise for what the 'Prescription' ,did for me. I 76 years of age and in remarkable health 'f avorite Pre Pierce's am now for a woman of my y; ars script ion' is just as young, for one of my granddaughters caught a heavy cold from getting her feet wet and this caused suppression, The 'Prescription' brought her t hru m a perfectly norma! condition." — Mas. Nancy Bhown, 629 North St. benctieial to the Baton Rouge, La.: to me to recommend Favorite Prescription. In Y vurs } ^nnsiileiable inward trouble, irregularity and pains. 1 don t believe I my present age [hail en for the 'Prescription.' As it w 0 ;'.ty ^ears of health itest form of inward i"n at various stages in n' is unequalled y recommend it life."— Mus. "It is a pleasure 1 >r. Pierce's my younger it not lx would hav tched is, I have lived 1 without the slid trouble. Foi life, 'Favorite I'm Tint as a tonie. Lut i if for wem'v Marion ï.i o WILL YOU HELP? Newspaper reporters find it increas ingly difficult to run down the happenings of a community. The com ings and goings of people are not so news easy to get as they once were. Once the reporter haunted the railway sta tion and picked up much of his matter there. But the station no long er yields up the personal mention i once did. More people travel by aut< than by train and so personal event the gonigs and comings, escape th eyes of the news gatherer, That makes it all the more import ant that readers turn in their news terns at the newspaper office, is the only way to insure that new Tha a men tion of something interesting which has happened in or to your household is duly chronicled. o SPECIAL MASONIC MEETING. Greenwood Lodge No. 135 F. and A M win meet Wednesday, March joth, at 7 P. M. Work in F. C. De gree. By order J. W.DONNELL,W.M. A. J. COSTE ,JR.. Sec'y. Let production be your slogan, and the high cost of living will soon be a matter of history. •o Have you seen Studebaker ? Schilling Auto Go.