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Cook's Dry Goldblume THE FOOD DRINK—At Your Grocer. PELTZ PACKING CO. DISTRIBUTORS I PHONE 701 KIMBROUGH AUTO CO. TIRES AND ACCESSORIES j i : | ; SERVICE CALL 11—992 : All Sizes Solid Truck Tires Applied While You Wait. TRUCK BODIFS BUILT TO ORDER. High Class Auto Painting and Top Work. General Blacksmithing and Repair Work. i I ! JUCHHEIM WAGON WORKS I ! i j PHONE 552 \ 3 } Wc Alter and Repair Your Clothes in connection with our y mm I ; pyemc - Dry Cleaning Department Delta Steam Laundry 833: Dry Cleaning Phone: 262 Laundry THE BEST USED CARS EVER OFFERED IN GREENWOOD. ALL MAKES AND EVERY ONE OF THEM IN TIP TOP CONDITION EVERY WAY. ! j FOR A DEMONSTRATION CALL D. 1 GRANTHAM, J . I ! Juchheim Wagon Works PHONE 552. j : THE HEATING PLANT corresponds to the heart of the human body, and there is nothing more dead than a house which cannot be heat ed. We understand the sci ence of heating and know the amount of radiation you need for a room. Further more, we know how to take into consideration the out side conditions which may make it easy for you to econ omize. i ! : ; J. 13. I. A IV I I Y M and Electrical Work Greenville 882 ng, Heating Greenwood Phone 55 t>l I * * * ****«******-fr**-***fr»*fr #•<*** * «fr * *fr * «fr * ' * * WARNER WELLS * ♦ JOHN ASHCRAFT * : » ASHCRAFT & WELLS ANY FEATURE OF INSURANCE * » * * * 1st Floor Wilson Bank Building * * PHONE 460 * **fr*4>*«fr*«fr*«fr*«fr*«fr**fr*«fr*«fr*«fr04»*** *************************** * ^ $ DELTA MACHINE WORKS * * -ALL KINDS OF Engine, Boiler and Gin Repairing Promptly Executed New and Second Hand Machinery and Supplies Agents for Reliable Oil Engines * * * * * * GREENWOOD, MISS. * *«fr*«fr* + **fr* + *<fr* •».* + *+ ***♦***♦* * TELEPHONE 34. THE DELTA INSURANCE & REALTY AGENCY, INC. WINDSTORM IS Your Property Protected DOIT NOW—TODAY PHONE US. SHELBY S. STEELE, President. TORNADO Phono 1C7. 203 West Market St. 1 MHWiHOS—OflS t atttM S M —O—fi— *♦*♦*♦*♦*****♦*♦*+»♦*♦*♦*♦* * McSHANE COTTON COMPANY* * Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants GREENWOOD, MISS. WE AIM TO PLEASE ft * * • • •««# •**#«*«#•# «f #«•««« * ' a -, i CLASSIFED ADVS. RATES 2c A WORD EACH INSER TION, IN ADVANCE NO AD. TAK EN FOR LESS THAN 25c. : : : : : : ! WANTED. WANTED—Logs, log camp labor, log contractors. Write or call on Houston Bros., Vicksburg, Miss. WANTED TO RENT—Two or three I unfurnished rooms. Call 64. WOOL—Athens Hide Co., Athens,: Ga., buy Wool, Hides .Beeswax by ex press. LOST LOST—Gold cuff button with Ma- j onie emblem. Reward at this office. ! LOST—Between Y. & M. V. Depot and bridge, on Carrollton, Howard or j Market Streets a black bill book, con-1 i taining $48. in currency and small j : change, one note drawn at Spring- : field, 111 ., payable on demand for $ 1 , 000. Finder please notify C. D. Re | vere, care W. S. Vardaman. ($25.00 j ; Reward.) LOST—In chamios skin bag, $285 j during the last ten days. Reward for : return to John Dantone. FOR RENT. i FOR RENT—Attractively furnish I ed room, connecting bath. Phone 257. FOR RENT—Room for young men. ! Close in. Phone 642. FOR SALE. I FOR SALE—Two lots, 50 x 173 1-2 ! feet, facing East on Dewey Street, i the two highest lots, this street now being paved; the very place to build a nice home. For price call W. A. j Stinson. No. 8 . \ FOR SALE—5 room house while moving from Market street to a lot 73 x 110 on Williamson street. Will sell Delivered com. at a bargin price, plete. Easy temrs. J. Caplan, Phone 162 and 319. : FOR SALE—Planting Cotton Seed, i Sproles Big Boll, Wanamaker Half and Half, and Webber at $150.00 per ton. These seed are from first pick -1 ing and absolutely sound. STONER GIN CO. SEVERAL RATTLING good Fords. All in good running order. $100.00 up. Come see'em at Schilling Auto Co. ! FOR SALE My residence on j Second Avenue, North Greenwood. ; A. N. Kimball. | FOR SALE—Lot on Grand Boule I vard, 100 x 200, between 3rd and 4th j ! Ave. Phone 517. C. E. Couty. FOR SALE—Desirable vacant res- : j idence lot, 50 x 137 1-2 on Congress Heights Boulevard ; paved street and concrete walks. Apply to J. L. Gil- j : lespie, Daily Commonwealth office. i ■ FOR SALE—Six medium priced : i houses, all located on good streets of ! Greenwood, easy terms and immediate j delivery. For particulars call W. H. Giles at phone 390-W or 185. To Gray, I fore ! of - on SALE—Two Jersey cows held Mrs. W. R. Yeager, Gren- j City WE BUY, raise and sell, fur-bear- i why FOR SALE—Jersey cow; fresh with third caft. now giving over 3 1-2 gal- j : ons daily. Apply to R. U. Carrollton, Miss. FOR ; cheap, ada, Miss. ing rabbits and other fur-bearing an Place your orders with us, and list what ever stock you have with j this us, stating lowest flat prices on large ! P ! of — STRAYED — Brown Jersey cow from my residence at 416 Williamson Street. Notify W. A .Stinson. Phone No. 8 . imals. ' shipments. Address 515-517 N. Ave., Fargo, N. D. : SPECIAL NOTICE. All those wishing to save on household wares will be greatly repaid by attending Fountain's Disposal Sale. -o ^ Let Stoner & Co. do your $ heavy transferring. Phone 744 STRAYED * From Ware Brothers plantation, at Sidon, one dark brown white-faced 8 Shorthorn Bull; tip end of right ear cut off; weight about 600 pounds-j; Reward for information leading to re-1 * * * covery of same. WARE BROS., Sidon, Miss. April 28, 1920. R m JACKSON INTERIOR DECORATING Painting A Paper Hanging Estimates Furnished Free PHONE 504. 407 WILLIAMSON ST< • ************** * DR.R.M.BANISTER * (S ucc es s or to Dr- Jss. Lewis.) *1 Graduate * Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. * Do All Kind of Ysecinating * «71.. * * fr t * a ft » * * « GREENWOOD, MISS. * k * * ******** * a * With acknowledgments to K. C. B. Philip Stanhope you know lürnty another name 0 ♦ HE LIVED in England. AND HIS name was. i PHILIP DORMER Stanhope. i AND IN his time. 7 TWO CENTURIES ago. V J THEY LOOKED to him. , 'B FOR THE last word. ! ON ETIQUETTE. AND STYLE and dress. WE KNOW him best. THROUGH FAMOUS letters. WRITTEN TO his son. AND FILLED with sound advice. ADVICE WHICH all of us. SHOULD READ and heed. D CHESTERFIELD. HEY CALLED him. AK Q THIS name. HAS COME to stand. WITH EVERYONE. F en QUALITY and breeding. y / 0 U AND GOOD taste. AND CHESTERFIELDS. ; - THE CIGARETTES. § ÇJAMED NOT for him. * * * CUT FOR the things. r c $ Ht MEANS to us. VC& N-v , ARE WHOLLY worthy OF THEIR name. Y^HESTERFIELD stands for tobae V' cos well-born and well-bred, for care and skill in their selection and blending, for those things that, in a cigarette, are marks of quality and good taste. And never was any ciga rette better named. ON EVERY count. THEY SATISFY. a "SSÿ H & E 4M*!? 'jVr%0 mfr n i a ■■■ v 4 ji '-„v^ mwi ,Csr T (2k 0 rn r~-. " V •?M§ j 0 t * 06. sm „J ,v V J. c* e. I SB ~Tiimr 1 "Ti ibm um— i y CHANCERY SUMMONS. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. in six months will In The State of Mississippi. To J. E. Fowler, Bonita, Louisiana, and all unknown heirs at law or parties in interest in the estate of Mrs. M. H. Mitchell, deceased: You are commanded to appear be- fore the Clerk of the Chancery Court of the County of Leflore, in said State, on a Rule Day of said Court to be held at the office of said Clerk on the second Monday, of May, 1920, in the City of Greenwood, Miss., then and there to show cause if any you can, i why the instrument of writing, pur- of of the law porting to be the last will and testa ment of Mrs. M. H. Mitchell, deceased, j this day filed in said court and of ! fered for probate, should not be de- ; ! creed to be the last will and testament ; of the said Mrs. H. H. Mitchell de- I ceased, and admitted to probate and | record in said court. This 14th day of April, 1920. (Seal) - A. R. BEW, Clerk. I warning ■ ta kMpIft« your bowofo refill*r do not g become addicted to weakening ptujaoveo mineral laxatives: just try KOROLAX; safe, gentle, wholesome. Best and goes farthest. Obtainable at busy druggists, every where. Kero lax Is relief for many al?" lent», including constipation, heed ashes. W dizzy •Sells, befehle», gas. heartburn, torpid liver, breath, nervou sn es s , dyspepsia, indiges tion. obesity, mental and physical dulla or POSTMASTER EXAMINATION 8 position of postmaster at Lexington, j Miss., will be held in Greenwood, | Miss., on May 19th. The office car- j ries annual compensation of $2200. Further information may be had by applying to ... T. F. Prophet, local Secretay, at the Greenwood postof fice. Civil Service Examination for the • > frfrfrfrfr«frfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfrfr"fr«fr4-:»'fr**'* > Keep 'Em Running | BUILDING On Itta Bena ROAD ♦ For This Purpose I Buick & Republic * H. D. Walker Auto Company Phones 767 and 768 | Greenwood, Miss, f s * * ❖ ❖ * * fr Î t « ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ » ♦♦♦ ♦♦ ♦»♦♦»♦♦ ♦♦ <> t NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the matter of the Estate of Mrs. J. D. Money, Deceased, Dunn, Administrator, Notice is hereby given that letters of administration have been this day issued to me by the Chancery Court of Leflore County, Mississippi, upon the estate of Mrs. J. D. Money, de- ceased, and all persons having claims against said Estate are required by law to have the same probated and registered by the Clerk of said Court within six months, and a failure to so probate and register any claim with- R. L. ; ; I | fi CORD TIRES 1 J I G OOD mileage, good looks, good traction — all to an extreme degree—are features of these tires. In their making and in their selling, the Fisk Ideal is a vital factor. j | j by The Fick Ideal: To he the best concern in the world to work for, and the squarest concern in existence to do business with. 4« :> > | ♦ * | f BUY FISK Next Tim* *V7V FOR SALE BY ❖ ❖ * OVERLAND GREENWOOD CO. * Î ||| if *3 a J _ » iw. .in —a rui v. Timer td Re-tire? iOsy Plots) <> | Witness signature this 13th day 1 of April, 1920. ; in six months will bar the same. R. L. DUNN, Administrator. STOMACH ILLS terma/ieutly disappe&i after drinking the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water 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 Take the Daily Commonwealth The citizens of Greenwood should not neglect the housing problem. The growth of our city will be handicapped if we don't build houses to accommodate the people who want to move here and make their homes. -o SPECIAL NOTICE. All those wishing to save on household wares will be greatly repaid by attending Fountain's Disposal Sale.