REQUIRES SHOES to go with
to wear with tailor-mades and
daintier models to accompany
dressier frocks. The newer de
signs are practically all in low
We have severe styles
Figure prominently in our
Mr. Selwyn M. Jones, one of Talla
hatchie county's most extensive plan
ters, was a business visitor to Green
Mr. M. W. Steele was in the city
Thursday from his plantation on Hon
Mr. A. Raff was here from Schla
ter on business yesterday.
We've Got It Now —
GEM NUT MARGARINE. .
This Nut Margarine is made from COCOANUT
OIL, PEANUT OIL, MILK and SALT. It is
GOOD and SWEET.
ONLY 45 c.-nts.
STEIN GROCERY COMPANY
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.
V: Wiliam ir
TRAOC MARK rcgistcrco
HERE is no getting away from
the fact that Threaded Rubber
Insulation armors the plates of the
Still Better Willard and helps
them to do their duty without the
disagreeable interference of short
circuits and other troubles com
mon with ordinary insulation.
There is nothing ordinary about
Greenwood Battery Co.
219 Market St.
Mr. Henry Caruthers of Yazoo City,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Scott
Dulin last night. He will have charge
of one of the departments in the new
store at Clarksdale.
Mr. Fisher Avent, one of Minter
City's extensive planters, was here to
day on business.
Take the Daily Commonwealth
* * *
Dr. Rennie To Preach
In Memphis Next Week @
Dr. Joseph Rennie left today for
i Memphis, where he will conduct ser- j
vices at the Alabama Street Presby- /gv
terian church there for a week. A 1 W
city-wide Evangelistic Campaign will J«'
open in Memphis Sunday and every
church in the city regardless of de- j 'S/
nomination, both white and colored, j (§5)
will participate. This campaign will (g)
last throughout next week.
Dr. T. M. Lowry, pastor ; /gv
of the Alabama Street Presbyterian | W
Church of Memphis, will fill the pul- j JS'
pit at the Presbyterian church here,
both morning and evening Sunday, j (§)
Services will be conducted Sunday j (§)
Presbyterian Church by the ! @)
Rev. Dr. T. M. Lowry, pastor of the j (g)
Alabama Street Presbyterian Church j ^
of Memphis. Dr. Lowry is an able ' ^
pastor and an interesting speaker and
the people of Greenwood should avail 'S/
themselves of the opportunity of hear
ing him tomorrow.
Services Sunday. . (g)
First mass, general communion at j (<j))
7:30 a. m. Æv
Second mass at 10:00 a. m.
Closing of the Mission; Rosary.
Sermon, "Papal Blessing," Bened
iction of the Blessed Sacrament at
7:30 p. m.
The public is cordially invited.
Rev. Ferguson of Vicksburg, will i (§)
preach at the Christian Church at 11 1 @
j o'clock Sunday morning and at 7:30 ; (g)
! o'clock Sunday evening. All are in- i -
j vited to attend.
WHERE THE CHURCH SOCIETIES | 51
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. Walter Du
: bard at 3 o'clock.
Circle No. 2 with Mrs. P. L. Taylor
at 2 o'clock. . _
Circle No. 3 with Mrs. Cortner and ; (§)
Mrs. Neill at Mrs. R. P. Parish,s at @)
Circle No. 4 with Mrs. S C Bedwell
at 3 o'clockk. —
Circle No. 5 with Mrs. F. C. Dor
man at 3 o'clock.
The Sewing Circle of the Christian
Church will meet with Mrs. H. H.
Estes at the home of Mrs. J. T. Spivey
on Henderson Street from 2:30 to 5
The Senior Guild of the Episcopal
Church will meet with Mrs. T. H.
Baird Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
Circle No. 1 with Mrs. McLemore at
Circle No. 2 with Mrs. Mitchell
at 2:30 o'clock.
Circle No. 3, with Mrs. Whitehead
at 2:30 o'clock.
Circle No. 4 with Mrs. Menees at
Criele No. 5 with Mrs. R. L. Dunn
at 2:30 o'clock.
Circle No. 6 with Miss Rebecca Wea
ver at 2:30 o'clock.
Circle No. 7 with Mrs. Will Bealle
at 7:30 p. m.
Mrs. J. E. Colmery, who has been
ill with influenza for the past week,
was reported some better today.
Mrs. Will Kimbrough of Indianola,
was a shopping visitor in Greenwood
Mrs. A. Catlett and Miss Decell of
Tutwiler, were shopping visitors in
Greenwood this morning .
Miss Aline Roby has been spending
the week in Lexington, the guest of
Mrs. W. F. Lambei't of Charleston,
and her daughter, Miss Lucille Lam
bert, are the guests of Mrs. C. L.
* * 3 * * * *
Miss Lucile Rich bourg was here
from Itta Bena on business yesterday.
Mr. J. C. Reese was a business vis
itor here yesterday from Itta Bena^
and made this office an appreciated
* * * * * *
Special Sunday evening, 6 to
8 o'clock. Price $1.50. KANDY
PICTURE SHOW' AT MEMORIAL
Saturday night at 7:30 p m. Charley
Chaplin, Kiaogram and Ralph H Iince
Productior. 20 cents foi* all. No tax.
The Executive Committee of Leflore
Chapter A. R. C. will meet in Wom-j
an's Parlor of Elks Club, Sunday af
ternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Members of
this committee will please be on hand
JOHN ASHCRAFT, Sec'y.
j Order your Hudson and Essex now,
i They stand the test. Delta Motor Car
Co., 210 Main street.
! Special Sunday evening, 6 to
! 8 o'clock. Price $1.50. KANDY
FOR SALE—Pekin Duck Eggs, 11
for $1.50. Arch Peteet.
Pilîie could'nt make her love behave. She hadn't
been a w ife ten minutes B4 she changed her mind
and when "Twin Soul" Jimmie hove out of herpast
she decided to marry him. "Pouf!" said BILLIE,
What's ten minutes when Jimmie loved me a
w'hole year. But BILLIE had a husband—a regular
bird with long feathers and scrapping, well, anxious
and WILLING TO GO!
What happened to BILLIE and JIMMIE makes up a rollicking scan
dal with beautiful scenes, charming gowns, gales of laughter and
pecks of PEP.
IN MARJORIE RAMBEAU'S GREAT STAGE SUCCESS
ON THE SAME BILL.
MR. & MRS.
Tuesday,Mar. 23 ©
ENID BENNETT |
(- jQTaramount-Car^r VeHaven (cfrtedy V ^
The Woman In ©
the Suit Case.
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THEY thought they were farmers till they moved
from the city and started to tickle Mother Earth.
Then all they could raise was a bumper crop of
SATURDAY, MARCH 20th.
Dahmers Hardware Dept.
Garden Tools—Good Values
6 1-2 inch Hoe
7 inch Hoe
4 Time Spading Fork
Heavy Prong Weeding Hoe
Medium weight 2 prong Weeding Hoe
4 Prong Potato Hook
3 Prong Cultivators
5 Prong Cultivators
Garden Rake, 12 tooth
Many Other Tools at Equally as Good Values. Come
In] and Look Our New Hardware Stock Over.
DAHMER S DEPARTMENT STORE 1
FOR RENT—Furnished front room
dkitchen for light housekeeping,
SCREEN WIRE, also poultry nett
ing, Field fence, Rubber Roofing, etc.
Get our prices before buying. Dah
mer's Hdw. Dept.
901 Mississippi Avenue.
WANTED—Room and board in pri
vate home, by refined business couple
Address P. O. Box 256, City.
WANTED—One or two offices in
good location. Write 50-53 Kress
building, Jackson, Miss.
FOR SALE—House and lot onW'al
thall street, also house and lot on Car
rollton Avenue in Block 18, $2100. J.
Caplan, 306 George street. Phone 162.
Between Moorhead and
Greenwood ,Friday night, one 33 by 4
Royal Cord Tire on rim. Reward.
Greenwood Lumber Co.
FOR SALE—500 bushels No. 1
500 bushels No. 2 Clay peas.
300 bushels No. 1 Whipporwill peas.
100 bushels No. 1 New Era peas.
DELTA PRODUCE COMPANY
■ RICHARD CARLE IN "SUNSHINE.'
Richard Carle "himself" generally
coneeeded to be America's foremost
musical comedy comedian ,and his
large company of fun-makers, sing
ers, dancers and musicians in "Sun
shine", will be the attraction at the
Greenwood Theatre Monday, March
Sunshine" is the collaborated
work of Alexander Johnstone, com
poser of the delightful score of "Fid
dlers Three," and Wm. Cary Duncan,
who wrote the book and lyrics, and
has served to keep this unique star
in the larger cities for the past 72
weeks. Newspaper opinion generally i
affirm that "Sunshine" is by far the
bast thing Carle has done since the
good old days of "The Tenderfoot.
On his. present tour Mr. Carle is sup- *
ported by his original company, which
includes many notable players.
Murdock Bros.'furnish dancing extra
ordinary. A Typical Carle beauty cho
rus and symphony orchestra are also
features of the entertainment.
i 22 .
THRIFT WEEK MARCH 22-27.
Postmaster Edna M. Smith, of Si
don, requests us to State that March
22-27 is Thrift Week and all teachers
and parents are urged to establish the
habit of saving, which means so much
to their children.
Take the Daily Commonwealth
The headquarters for the Daniels 8,
Standard 8 and Davis Six Au
tomobiles will be at 219 Main
Street and we will be open for
business : : : :
MONDAY, MAR. 22.
Give our Cars a look before you
buy* They are all Beauties
and will bear inspection. We
will carry a complete line of
Cars and parts in stock : :
KEE-WILLIAMS AUTO GO.
219 MAIN ST.
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