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E. K. MYRICK
CENEBAL AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING INNER TUBES VULCANIZED BY STEAM PBEST-O-LITE TANKS FOR SALE AND EXCHANGE FIRESTONE AND GOODYEAR TIRES AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES 117 Main St Phone 315. I Located Cotton Street Just South of the Ice Plant, j on ! WE HAVE MORE THAN 100 I MULES IN BAON TODAY ! i i i I Come and look them over before buying elsewhere, j It will be to your interest to do so. : : : I We also have several high-class Saddle Horses, and a I few cheap Mules and Horses for sale. - One extra fine Surrey Mare, city broke, at reasonable price. I I J. E. HARDESTY PHONE NO. 46 Greenwood, Miss. I UM HI MM MM Shelby S Steele, Pres. S. L Gwin, Yiee-Prei Warner Welle, Sec'y A Tree» THE DELIA INSURANCE 4 RtALlY AGENCY. 218 W. MARKET ST. Fire, Tornado, Accident, Health, Life, Plate Glass, Employers' Liability, Steam Boiler, Burglary and Automobile Insurance. Special Attention Given to Writing of Cotton Covers. We represent twenty-four of the Leading Fire Companies of the world. Would be glad to quote you rates on any and all classes of Insurance. PHONE 167 %%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % DIAMONDS We can show you loose, mounted in gold, mounted in platinum or any other way you might prefer. Rings, brooches, solitaires, bar pins, lavallieres, dinner rings, bracelets, tie clasps and almost everything else in diamond mounted jewelry we have in unlimited assort ment and goods new from the desingers and most correct and artistic in every respect. If you wish a diamond, or diamond jewelry, our goods and prices will surely interest you. We ask you to compare both our goods and prices with those of our competitors and then decide where you can buy best and cheapest. JEWELRY. Our display of rich and beau tiful Art Gooes is our pride and we have on display not only high priced wares but our stock embraces goods of all values, high and low, and all of them represent the best goods obtainable for the amount invested. * t t t ART GOODS. In newest designs and all the latest novelties we wish to show you. Our line will interest you, both from the standpoint of beauty and variety, but considering price as well. Watches and Chains, Lavallieres, Little Finger Rings, Silver Mesh Bags, Dinner Bings, Brooches and Bar Pins, Vest Chains and Fobs, Scarf Pins and Tie Clasps, Cameo Brooches, Rings, Wrist Watches, Etc. t Mail Orders Always Have Especial Attention 5 A. WEILER £ CO. % ; THE RELIABLE JEWELERS * \ GREENWOOD, - MISSISSIPPI. J PIRTICUUR PRINTING FIR PMTICU LM PEOPtE—THE OMHONWEJILTH f K&ttB o m/s y. & VSffSB r JAK SC IN BOYTUP« *Nn AT POUNT3 i. t. McIntyre drug co. Mrs. Geo. Wilson wast he hos tess <5f the married ladies bridge club Thursday. The prize was won by Mrs. McBee. A tempting luncheon was served by the hos tess. Mrs. I. H. Barnwell has return ed to her home in Memphis, after being pleasantly entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Vf. Barnwell. Mr. and Mrs. George Humph rey, of New York, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Humphrey and Mr. W. R. Humphrey this week. Mrs. Crook and Miss Rector, who have been visitingt heir grand parents, Capt. and Mrs. Shearer, have returned to their homes. Tuesday afternoon Miss McKay entertained a few friends with a 500 party. Dr. and Mrs. C. N. D. Campbell were up from Swiftown the first of the week. Mr. Rowan Thayer has been at Schlater the past few weeks, look ing after his official duties in con nection with the Planters Bank. FOR SALE—Fine combination horse, 5 years old, for sale cheap. Apply at this office. MOVING PICTURES OF GREEN WOOD Shown at the Greenwood Theatre Saturday Feb. 7tb, Matinee and night. The flnt Moving Picture* ever taken in Greenwood, showing the leneational run of the two Fire Companies and many other icenea around town, will be shown at the Greenwood Theatre Saturday, Feb. 7tb, Matinee and NighL Yea will also tee the picture* taken in Clarksdale and Greenville which should prove interesting to Greenwood peo ple. See bow the three town« com pare. These pictures are being pro duced at some. considerable expense and i* the mean* of aome considerable advertising for our town, since they will be shown as a tegular release in auay parts of the country. Five rsais of pieturas wiU be shown. win bt 10 ft IDt. Worth non than f 4*b|e «e frite. Mrs. Braxton Provine enter tained the afternoon bridge club Saturday with a five-course lunch eon, complimentary to Mrs. Crook, of N. C., who is a relative and uest in the home of Miss Ruth hearer. The lovely hostess, gowned in white lingerie over ink silk, welcomed the guests in er most gracious manner. Pink being the color motif; the beauty of the spacious home was en hanced by the soft glow of pink candles under artistic pink shades; the color scheme was extended to the table decorations, each h iv* ing in the center a silver caudle-1 stick, pink candles and shades, pink bonbons, and the favors were miniature candlesticks, pink candles and place cards attached by pink ribbons. A unique fea ture of the luncheon was a salad course served in log cabins of cheese straws, tied with pink ribbon. After the luncheon a game of bridge was enjoyed.— Miss Ruth Shearer being the lucky winner of the club prize, a beauti ful candlestick. Thehonoree was presented pink silk hose, after which the guests enjoyed a pleas ant surprise given by Miss Dexter of Vicksburg, who accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Crook, danced several of the modern dances, much to the delight of all present, Mrs. Sumter Gillespie enter tained her friends on Wednesday afternoon with a prettily appointed Valentine Tea, out of compliment to Mrs. Will Harper. This home so well adapted to entertaining was transformed into a bower of loveliness, with its festoons of red hearts and cupids everywhere and the chandeliers beautifully draped with red meline and hearts. Rich mond Roses and ferns were bank ed on the punch table and man tels. The dining table was es pecially pretty, with an exquisite vase of Richmond Roses in the center, with the candlesticks with red shades, the comport stems were tied with fluffy bows of red meline, holding white and red mints, and salted walnuts. The sandwiches were heart shaped, with a red heart and cupid on each, the rolled wafers tied with red ribbon, tea was poured from a beautiful silver service. Not withstanding Uk. ine'ement weath er, quite a number of gutso- ! ailed to enjoy this pretty tea with the hostess, and to meet the popular bride, Mrs. Harper. XXX. Mrs. J. W. Barnwell entertained in her usual charming manner last Friday in honor of her sister in-law, Mrs. I. H. Barnwell, of Memphis. The popular game of Auction bridge was played. The highest score was made by Mrs. Ellington who was presented with the first prize. Delightful refresh ments were served. Thosé who enjoyed the pleasure of the after noon were: Mesdames Crook, Wilson, McBee, Calhoon Wilson, Webb, R. C. McBee, G. Wilson, Jr., McClurg, Barnwell, Saunders, Willis, Wells, Smith, Cowie, Pro vine, Pharr, Tyson, Ellington, Crull, Coleman and Terry; Misses Shearer, E. Reiman, Rector and F. Reiman. Mrs. S. G. Wilson was the gra cious hostess Thursday afternoon at her home in North Greenwood, honoring Mrs. George Humphrey, of New York, the attractive guest of Mrs. Lewis Humphrey. The entire lower floor was tastily a - ranged in yellow Jonquils, ferns and violets, where seven tables were prepared for six-handed rook, the popular past time which was most pleasantly spent, after which a tempting salad course was faultlessly served. Mrs. Wil son presented Mrs. Humphrey, the honoree, with a beautiful boquet of Jonquils and ferns, a souvenir of the Sunny South. On Thursday of last week, Mrs. J. W. Quinn, Mrs. L. P. Quinn and Mrs. Silas Quinn gave a beautiful reception at the home of Mrs. J. W. Quinn, honoring Mrs. A. Q. Quinn, the beautiful bride, who has recently been added to this family and Greenwood society. This home was prettily decorated for the occasion, yellow chrysan themums and vines were used in the parlor and the dining was pretty in pink carnations and ferns. The color scheme being used in the iees. Quite a number of friends assisted these lovely hostesses in receiving the many callers. + + + Mrs. C. Dunn was the charming hostess on Tuesday when she gave a beautiful at home party, complimenting her guest and sis ter in law, Mrs. Alden Trotter, of Wilmington, N.C. The decorations for this beautiful reception were very elaborate and tastily ar ranged. The reception hall was in yellow chrysanthemums, the parlor where the hostess, honoree and receiving line stood was lovely in pink, where tea and dainty sand wiches were served. A large number of handsomely gowned women called and enjoyed the afternoon. Dr. W. C. Tyree, of High Point, North Carolina, who has been called to thé pastorate, will preach at the First Baptist Church here Sunday, Feb. 8th, at 11 a. m.' and 7:90 p. m. The public is invited to attend then it r vice#, C. E. JORDAN & CO. GREENWOOD, MISS. GREENVILLE, MISS. FURNITURE GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHINGS CABLE-PIANOS QUALITY HIGH PRICES LOW We Lead, See Us For Bargains. EASY PAYMENTS. C. E. JORDAN & CO. PMONt 64. 116-118 HOWARD STREET. J. T. SPIVEY, Mgr. Greenwood, Miss. A mother's club, composed of eighteen of the most earnest and progressive mothers of Green wood, was organized in the par lors of the Baptist church Thurs day morning, February fifth. Miss S. C. Purnell, traveling rep resentative for the Twentieth Century Self Culture Association, gave a talk on Child Welfare, Par ental Responsibility and Home Environment. The interest and enthusiasm of 1 the ladies present took tangilble form in a firm resolve to be ac tive workers in the movement. These clubs are being rapidly organized all over the South anil Greenwood has the distinction of being the first link in a long chain that will reach all over the state of Mississippi. Mrs. W. T. Fountain was elect ed President; Mrs. B. L Young, Vice-President and Mrs. C. L. Lo max, Secretary and Treasurer. The meetings will be held in the parlors of the Baptist church on the second Saturday of every month. ' The first of the series will be held on February the four teenth and will be given strictly to business. Every one is urged to be pres ent and on time. MOTHER'S CLUB ORGANIZED. XXX. The visiting physicians who were here to attend the meeting of the County Medical Society this week, were entertained by the home physicians with a banquet at the Reiman House Tuesday night. Mr. If. G. Kitchell returned last Friday from St. Louis, accompan ied by his little daughter, Mary Leroy, who has been receiving medical treatment in that city the past few months. Mr. W. T. Fountain is in New York City, buying a mammoth line of new spring and summer goods for his Big Busy Store. DRFSSMAKING—Mrs. C. I. Bolton, at her residence, 307 West Church St., Phone 412. LOST—One large jet black cal, weighs about 9 lbs. Finder will be liberally rewarded. Notify Mrs. H. P. Orre, corner Parkway and Gordon Sts., city. FINE EGGS*FOR SALE. 3 settings of silver-laced Wyan dotte eggs, and a lot of Wilson strain Black Orpington eggs for setting purposees. Phone 615 for prices, etc. EGGS FOR HATCHING. S. C. White Leghorns from two year old hens. $1.50 per set ingoflö. Mrs. S. L. McGinnis, phone 390. r EGGS FOR HATCHING. From my blue ribbon winners at Tri-State Fair, Memphis, Tenn., and Miss. State Fair, Jackson, Miss. Buff Orpingtons, Black Orpingtons, White Orpingtons, Black Wyandottes, At $2.50 per setting of 15. White Leghorns, Buff Leghorns, At $1.50 per setting of 15. Fertility guaranteed. The best is the cheapest. GEORGE A. WILSON, JR. GREENWOOD, MISS. LAND FOR SALE. 916 acres of land, 6 miles west of Minter City, on public road; all cut over land and above overflow. $30.00 per acre; $5.00 cash; balance ten years at 6 per cent interest. Apply to J. J. 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