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I OB J j ; » Ife | j J i I |_ Rill I ft ft ft I IT 1 T D L ! M ! Il Krr N W II II II | Il t" O I K t" > [ I ! ► 11 I ■ ► MONDAY, MARCH 29. ^-1—5 jd Cparcmounlßrtcrafl Çpicture I SÄT <è . Æ J M yÆ' m 9 \ (0 \ 1) / -P 1 ; : ! i!■! m ?>~= r\i -• j : r. -a ÇkêtM mwm ■Jt c i ■Mffp + . J j ! 7 / m V- / V èrr & W>\ at i QVjg j ! li: h —3 J-« m i . j. A m ■ t_~i V.-J» «•JVH 4 - 1 H M y •Jesse L, Lesley presents * & r $J'. w. lK IOBERT w *jC| im*! K mr 'tv' Tree of Knowledge \ % •• =* I ( // c ■r : An old legend says that the tempter in Eden was not a serpent, but a beautiful woman, Lillith, the demon wife of Adam before Eve was created. THESE TWO had tasted of life's forbidden fruit • —and he alone had paid. Now she had come to poison the one pure love he had known. A GREAT PICTURE with a great cast. See it ! SUPPORTED BY . # Kathryn Williams, Wanda Hawley and Irving Cummings. ADDED FEATURE : : : s S : ! : : i Mutt and Jeff, "WAS SHE A WIFE? » 9 PRICES: 17c & 28c. : o Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Edge left today' for Tupelo, where Mr. Edge will go into the job printing business with ^ Mr. Kirkpatrick, formerly of Green Edge arrived in Green- : wood. Mrs. wood Saturday from Sumner to ac company her husband to Tupelo. They have hosts of friends in Greenwood who will wish them success in their new business. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Herron, Mr. 1 and Mrs. T. B. Weatherby and the Misses Bacon returned to Greenwood Saturday afternoon in Mr. Herron's launch, "Jennie." The party left New Orleans seven days ago and came home by the way of Vicksburg and Yazoo City. The trip was a most en M N ****** joy able one. ******* Mr .Raymond Shelton of Greenville, spent the week end in this city. Ml Easter Hams Only 4 days H s SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAMS 36 cents the pound i (3 cents cheaper than wholesale) Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Customers hams charged on April Account. g g STEIN GROCERY COMPANY STEIN GRO. CO. FEEDS GREENWOOD SINCE 1898 Ham Sale Seventh Annual r, i I>V'< *YŸ èW ïVi iYi fry ft-; fry / Willard Storage Batteries Do not pay Us or Anyone Else for reinsulating a threaded^ rubber Battery. ASK US WHY. GREENWOOD BATTERY 00 217-219 West Market Street, M Mrs. Van Hatcher, who is seriously ill with pneumonia, was reported some ^ better today. Owing to her illness and in order that she might not be : disturbed, the block in which the Hat is ed cher home is located on West Wash ington street, has been closed to traf fic. ****** Mrs. W. P. Porter and daughter, Miss Florence of Blytheville, Ark., 1 are the guests of Mrs. Fred Regenold on Dewey Street. I a visitor in Greenwood Saturday. zaar at the Kandy Kitchen Tuesday, March 30th, given by the Altar Soc iety of the Catholic Church. ****** Mr. Orick Smith of Indianola, was o Keep in mind the cake sale and ba -o This is STUDEBAKER year SPRING EXAMINATIONS The Spring Teacher's Examination will be held at the County Superin tendent's office at the courthouse dur ing April. On the first and third Fri days and Saturdays during the mon th, the white teacher's examination On the second and will take place. fourtfy Fridays and Saturdays the colored teachers examination will be held. L. S. ROGERS, County Supt. of Education. -o This is STUDEBAKER year. -o CARD OF THANKS I desire to thank the many neigh bors and friends, who have been so kind to me, during the illness and death of my wife. I assure each and everyone that your thoughtfulness will not be forgotten. J. A. JONES. -O This is STUDEBAKER year. ■O CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our neigh hors and friends, who were sq kind to us during the illness and death of our loved one. MR. CHARLES COMSTOCK, AND FAMILY. -o This is STUDEBAKER year. CLASSIFIED ADVS. SPECIAL SWIFT'S PREMIUM j HAME—35 1-2 cents per pound, cash ! only. Weeks Coffee & Tea Co. Phone 331. FOUND—Package in Southern de pot, Greenwood on Sunday. Owner can have same upon identification and paying charges. R. A. Nall, Tippo, Miss, FOR RENT—Furnished room. Re ferences desired. Phone 257. FOR SALE—High class rooming house and lot for sale, nets $600.00 monthly. J. Caplan, 306 George St. Phone 162. WANTED—Young white girls to work on labeling and wrapping coun ter. Apply to J. W. Quinn Drug Co. FIVE TONS of mixed Express and Polk cotton seed, all picked and gin ned before the rains, mixed purpose ly, $125.00 per ton F. O. B. Cruger, Miss. Sacked. L. W. Parker, Cru ger, Miss. 1919 LIGHT SIX STUDEBAKER, driven six months, cord tires, newly painted and guaranteed to be in ex cellent mechanical shape. Also one Special Six driven 400 miles. Owner wanted a Big Six. Its as good as new and can be had at a very attractive price. A chance to show you is all we ask. Schilling Auto Co. SEVERAL GOOD FORD touring cars, all in good l'unning shape. Also some other light used cars, Buicks, Dodges, Studebakers and other stan dard makes. Let us show you before you buy. It means a savings to you. Schilling Auto Co. LOST—Large envelope containing valuable papers. Notify C. V. Willi ford, care Fountain's. FOR RENT—Unfurnished front room on Strong Avenue. P. O. Box 261. Col. Harry Hulen is here for a few days from his recently purchased plantation at Grace, Miss. Col. Hulen is having his household effects pack ed for shipment to the plantation home, where he will be personally in charge of his planting interests. However, he will retain his citizen ship in Greenwood. * * * * * * Messers. Lee Lanham and Louis Robbins of Dickerson, Miss., spent Sunday in Greenwood. * * * * ^ =fe The Matinee Musicale will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Lloyd DeLoaeh. ****** Miss Mary Emily Staples of Wino na, is the guest of her aunt and cou sin, Mrs, J. C. Harris and Miss Val erie Harris. ****** The choir of the Methodist Church will give an Easter Cantata on next Sunday night. A splendid musical program with orchestra numbers is being arranged. ****** ' MR. JOHN SIZER DIES. Mr. John Sizer of Philipp, died Sat urday afternoon of heart trouble. The remains were brought to the Under taking Parlors here yesterday. No arrangements have as yet been made for the funeraL ïfHstsay Hires if you want* the genuine in bottles rortiie home at soda fountains and on draught* Children's Ginghams Dresses MIDDY BLOUSES Our $3.50 values of su quality materi als in all sizes, espe cially priced at Beautiful styles of Checks Plaids and Stripes in sizes 8 to 14 especial ly priced at penor $3.50 $2.95 PRE-USTER SUE Of Ladies Ready-to-Wear A sale that is different from the usual "Every day Sale It is a Sale of New Merchandise, presenting Ladies Coats, factureres in America. Quality is as absolute as the savings in this sale, stock and especially reduced for the Pre-Easter event. Our advice to you if you wish a more choice selection, is to attend as early as possible. yy ■different in purposes, ideal, different in the spirit back of it. manu Every garment is taken from our own high grade Suits, Dresses and Millinery from the most reputable * o EXCLUSIVE SUITS s COATS S s s s FOR THE EASTER PARADE « FOR EASTER Are Priced Unusually Low For This Sale s Are all receiving reductions for AT $50.00 AT $90.00 our most Pre-Easter Sale. Presenting the popular "Polo" style in Tans. Blue and Fancy English mixtures, that are hard l; Qualities get. Workmanship that is unequalled. To describe them is out of the question, because if you wish to see all their beauty, the well cut lines, et~., you will have to try them on. We offer Suits valued up to $125.00. collection of Distinctive style creations. All of Spring's wanted materials and shades are here shown in plain tailored models or more elaborate styles, handsomely trimmed in braid, buttons, etc. We offer suits valued up to $69.50, present ing many new and accepted styles of Tri cotine, French Serge in Navy Blue and Black. Suits of beauty and elegance for those who wish individuality. A 5 < s < 5 ( s k K \ < s i 1 -o <§>■ <•> LADIES SPRING DRESSES IN A GRAND ARRAY And Priced Way Low T7 Dresses portraying every leading style tendency demanded by dame Fashion. Dresses for street, or afternoon wear, that are dis tinctively different—they are chic, smart and fashionable. All have been specially grouped and priced. Note the extent of the savings. 'W O 4L *1 r \ J*' ! ¥ AS \<J TAFFETA & GEORGETTE DRESSES |V 'J* % y w / ARRANGED IN TWO SPECIAL GROUPS. $55.00to $60.00values U 1 / y. f* % I I / $50.00 values II Yl are are r? fO $48.75 $34.75 il SJ V^j V \-Q * Never before did such beautiful dresses sell so low. Every dress here is a new and correct model. Handsome models of all Taffeta, richly trimmed with braid an dlaee and those of Taffeta and Geor gette and Georgette combination showing many new creations. A v. \\ PI Dresses of Foulard, Georgette & Satin You will be surprised when you see how beautiful these new dres ses really are. Satin with dainty over Blouse or over draped skirt ef fects of Foulard, Georgette. These are models which will be quickly recognized as the height of style and values. Values up to $72.00 at ,/j $58.75 AFTERNOON GOWNS Greatly Reduced for this Sale SPRING DRESSES of TAFFETA at $68.75 We have arranged all of our more exxpensive models, valued at $100.00 and even up to $175.00 at special prices, are these creations of Spring's choicest materials, presenting original new fashion touches. Gaining an air of exclusiveness by their Intricate braiding patterns or embroidery—Silk fringe in Tunic ef fect, hand embroidered—Lines of that artful simplicity which dignity. Individual modes ! j Values that were originally up to $90.00. The Styles—They de light the eye and reflect fashion with appealing exactness. Dainty creations for all occasions. straight line models. Braid and embroidery as trimming. use of Tunic effects are evident as well as means <s> PRESENTING ALL THAT IS NEW IN ONE LOT OF SPRING MILLINERY AND SPRING DRESSES ,y $ 14.98 $ 8.98 At $13.75 Clever Little Turbans Large Street Hats Side Rolls Hand Made Hats Sailors Large, droopy Dress Hats French Sailors High Black Effects Hand Blockes Hats Wnig Trimmed Hats Ostrich Thimmed Hats v f Models of Georgette in Light Srping Shades, and Satin in Nevy Blue and There are practically 50 gar ments in this lot, so our advice would be to hasten and get your choice soon as possible. Owing to the great reductions, we will be compelled to make a charge for all alterations. Black. as They are models and values you could hardly expect except at Fountain's. From the smart est street hats to the most gorgeous creation for formal wear. No source has been overlooked to present at thes eprices every mode tendency related to millinery. — ■-- 4 "