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LANIIAM U I'rone 5k tirernwfioti, Mm*. r ■r.r, i eVEREAdy STORAGE BATTERY u in a c T? $ /A | Bristles that f simply can't pull out m ® arc Sla4 to announce that f ® 0W « r <7 in stock the famous Devoe Brushes—equal in quality to Devoe Lead and Zinc Paints, Devoe Varnishes and Devoe Velour Finish. ». wo I | j DEVOE Tha Guarantaad BRUSHES arp made of carefully selected bristles. By the Devoe process, the bristles are solidly embedded in hard rubber and then anchored to the handle. We guarantee the bristles will stay in. Work, and a lot of it, is the only way to wear Devoe Brushes out. Stop in—we have a Devoe Brush for every purpose. Henderson & Baird Hardware Co. GREENWOOD, MISS. PAINT DEVOE PAINT * JOHN ANHCKAFT # ♦ * WARNER WELLS ♦ ASHCRAFT & WELLS * « « # ♦ ♦ ANY FEATURE OF INSIJRANCE 1M Floor Wilson Hank Ktilldin» * « J PHONE 460 # ♦♦ ++ + +++t++++++t+4+ ; ++++ ^ t+++++v++ - ++++i -___ PLANTERS OIL MILL & MFC, CO. GREENWOOD, MISS. MEAL AND HULLS WE HAVE] ON HAND AT ALL TIMES OLD STYLE HULLS AND BRIGHT MEAL. FOR PRICES TELEPHONE 109 OR 231. HAVE YOUR COTTON GINNED Wild US. ! nt"~~**********^~-^." . . , p + * + , ++++++ , +++++ , +++++tt , ++t+++++++ - ++++++tt+ -^ + Eventually ! You will realize It's Quality and Service, not Price, you want. S Dry Cleaning Department » I DELTA STEAM LAUNDRY PHONE 033 II. 0. ALEXANDER OF BERCLAIR IS SHOT BY M. L ALDRIDGE i Affair Occurred In Her | clair At 11 O'clock i This Morning. FATA I j j W tlS IwCSlllt Of Long* ! Standimr Fnilrl Po j O tan fling i CUU l*e tween 1 WO. I BELIEVED WOUNDS WILL BE Mr I). t Alexander, a well known shot morning planter at Berclair, wa and probably fatally injured this at II o'clock by Mr. M. L. Aldridge, ic farm adjoins his. .Mr. Aldridge gave himself up to the officers at Berclair and dghbor, wh vas brought cl, immediately after the U shooting. The shooting occurred directly in front of tiie home of Mr. J. B. Dodd* ! in Berclair It is alleged that Mr, aited for Mr. Aldridge Alexander behind a tree in front of the Ilodd.s home and when his victim appeared it is stated that he lifted a shotgun and fired a shot. The in a moti car, gun was loaded with buckshot and 'ounded in the Mr. .Alexander vas ! head, arm and leg. ) Vthen Mr. Alexander was shot he lost control of the automobile and the la cr the railroud track where According to re p„rts reaching the ci'y from Ber lair. Mr. Alexander had not' lost ness up until noon although his con dition is thought to he car ran the machine died. conscious serious. j It is alleged that the shooting a result of an old quarrel which had existed between the tw< -as men for sev itlis. However, some time ago if ! cral mo the two vcre said to have quurrelled * hogs arid friends of botii patch up the qu, that the dis undertook to mi the u d and it as believed agreement was settled to the satis faction of both, took place this Too shooting wnicii morning came as a surprise to the people of that vicinity. I Both men ' well known through Fcr a number eat out Leflore County, of years they have lived u vigil to the of hors, their farms adjoi | Mr. Means Johnston, attorney, went to Herd. prosecuting r this niorn nig to investigate the cas j At 2:30 sicians 'clock this afternoon phy werc st ,11 at tlie bedaiue 0 . Mr. Alexander, according to a phone message received Benu. Directly after the shooting h was carried to hi* home there, where he resides a portion of the time. 1 was stated that physicians yet unable to ascertain how Ins wounds might prove. tele from Ittu Rev. were a . seriour ENGINEER REPORTS BIG IMPROVEMENT 1 DECLARES HIS WIFE GAINED TWENTY-FIVE POUNDS TAK ING TANLAU—TROUBLES HAVE ENTIRELY DISAPPEARED. ed Tanlac not only relieved my wife of ) her rheumatism, but she has actually I gained twenty-five pounds since tnk said (1. G. Geiger, engineer on the Georgia Railroad, living at 93 East Linden street, Atlanta, Ga. "The rheumatism was so bad that her feet would swell until she couldn't get her shoes on and her arms achea until she said they felt like the would drop off. Her head ached and she had dizzy spells and was so nervous that she could hardly sleep. Her appetite failed, and she lost steadily in weight and strength. She was unable to look after her housework and finally goi so bad that she had to take to her bed an dstay there for weeks, almost a nervous wreck. "She tried all kinds of medicines, but nothing did her much good, and I decided to have her try Tanlac. After taking four bottles, her rheumatism was entirely relieved, she has no more 1 headaches, is no longer nervous and' sleeps like a baby. Her apetitc Is I ne and she is gaining in weight and strength right along. She is as full, of life and energy as If she were a different person and is looking after the housework as though she had nev er been sick at all." Tanlac is sold by loading druggists everywhere. inK it," * « # ♦ * # . flm (u ! for hv bj cm. fo? Kodak Finishing Trial Offer send one roll of Films any size and ton cents we will develop and mail six pictures, this offer not good after orv,: week from date. Franklin Studio 1723 Fourth Ave, Birmingham, Ala. 666 haa more imitations than anv other Chi I jtnd Fever Tonic on the market, buf no one wants ini.tations in medicine. They are dangerous. Piles Cured In 6 to H Days DrufijlUtA MfQiMi mon^v if PAZO OINTMENT fall* to cure itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles loetMtiy rtlftWt Itching Plle>, and you can wot restful sJeeo after the first application Price fiOc. -o 666 haa proven it will cure M Atari a. Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Colds and LaGrippe. It kills the germ* that ....,, ra. a* FEW BOOTLEGGERS OPERATE IN (TTY v Arrest* Have Been Mad** For Selling Liquor Or Drunkenesa 8 nre July 1 i oot a single arret»t hu boon made for 'Jrunkene.H.s nwood since July l, tional Prohibi I fC< t ' accart,in * to Mayor E. V. Hugh ston and Chief of Police C L. Bonner, j These officers say that the prohi * )it:on * aw has had a good effect on j the morale of the city. The only com plaint which is now being made is that an increasing demand has oc curred for substitutes which contain One for bootlegging in ■ hen the Na ent into ef I Cl I^i 1 a large percentage of alcohol, business man in the city told the offi cers that he could gather about 40 empty bottle* of substitutes from the of his shop. He said his laborers were drinking antiseptic Ginger, and other medicines and that the same was demoralizing his labor. If it can be proven that these sub stitutes are sold as a beverage and n large quantities to rear Jamacii any one person, he same is an offense which is puni shable by fine. Hughs ton the only remedy to prevent ! h<* s«le o fsubstitutes will be for thz legislature to enact a law, making it impossible to sell such without the According to Mayor prescription from a physician that the same is to be used for a medicine. No Worms in a healthy Child All children trnnbli d with worms have an u, healthy color, which indicates poor blood, ami us or less stomach disturbs:.,, GROVES TASTELESS chill TONIC gives rotularly fortwoor three weeks will enrich the hi,ml. Im prove the dhjestum, and act an a (ienernl Strength ening Topic to the whole system. Nature will turn throw off or dispalthe worms, and the Child will be la perfect health. Pleasant to take. 6 tic oe, bottlo to by —o Loss of Appetite, general rule there is As nothing serious about a loss of appetite, and if you skip a meal or only eat two meals a day for a few days you will, soon have a re ish for your meals comes. Bear in mi ml that at least five hours should always elapse between meals give food ample time to the stomach a period of rest, before u second meal is taken. Then if vhen meal times so as to ligest an,' you eat no more than you crave and take reasonable amount of outdoor ex ercise every day y to worry about your appetite, the loss of appetite is caused by con stipation should be corrected at it need When vil as is often the case, tha A dose once. it 0 . h where 1 -0— tele Preacher Fined For Carelessness Ittu SEOUL, KOREA, July if—The Rev. Eugene Bell, of Shelbyville, Kentucky, has appealed from the judgment of the local a . court whereby he was fined the equivalent of $25 crininal carelessness in accident ally pausing the death of his md a friend in an automobile acci dent. or ife 1 The judgment stipulated that n default of payment Mr. Bell Must 'erve ten days imprisonment. It is understood that, the friends if Mr. Bell, who is engaged sionary work, urged him to fight the use. in mis The accident occurred March 26 at 1 * unguarded gate crossing when the Seoul express ran down the automo bile which Mr. Bell was driving. Mrs. Fell and the Rev. Paul S. Crane, of 1 azoo City, Mississippi, were instant ly killed and the Rev. Robert Knox if Galvestop, Texas, a third passen er, was injured, finally losing •ve as a result. Rub-My-Tisin is a powerful a itisep tic; it kills the poison caused from i fueled cuts, cures old sores, tetter, etc ****** Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wells left today for Cooper's Wells, where they will spend several weeks. «**«** Mr. Dick Ford, who recently return ed from service with the A. E. F. in France has again accepted his old sition with the Kimbrough & Ki brough law firm in this city. «»•••* M e are proud of the confidence doc tors, druggists and the public have in 666 Chill and Fever Tonic. of 93 an m i' n Mi Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic . flm 'rvv. ih« inalarml u-rnu which an trensmltic (u the bloMl bv the Malaria Mnwiulu. price Ok HR. S. H. illUESS DENTIST GRBRNWOOD. Miss How's This? offer One Hundred rinliara Reward for any caat> -if Catarrh that cannot be wtmi'r c ' ,arrh Medicine, hv fitl C K ar »' Medicine has been taken bj catarrh .offerers for the pnat thlrty m,?«t'TN7'k? n<i lla ' become known as the Cnts'rrh ar^t 1 ' 6 '"*'' 5 ' for C " ,arrh Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru tha Blood Jrorn Th S n r , fa T'' the Pol £Ld portions ' nd h '"' lnf the dl » vril?f, r ro .'' h9v * * ,k cn Half, Catarrh Ht2e C,n i*rX a ,V,on Hms yea will aac a ^rf«t Improvement In vonr rerumi cm. m J™* "i' n * Valarrh MU fo? of «<>"" W'|,?K*- rrl OM" on ««6 quickly relieve, Go-Mipamn Biliousness, Loss „f Appetite » n d Headaches, due tn Torpid Liver JJ*i .252^255t*»0 P oS!owaux ' BELGIANS TRY TO 6UARI) NATIONAL . 1KJ N< HI Would prevent Germans From Adopting Flag Emblems is in CLING TO BLACK, YELLOW AND RED Nation Fought 4 Years To Keep Colors Unsullied Associated Press BRUSSELS, July 15—Belgian pat riotic societies are forming t otake action to prevent the German repub-1 lie from adopting the Belgian national colors-black, yellow and red for its flag. Intense indignation i*s mani fested, and this is a bit heighten 1 by the plea that the colors in the new German emblem will he d'sposed of horizontally instead of vertically. It is generally supposed that the jn colors of today were chosen) revo -1 v merely took! by the patriots of 1830, but the lutionists of that yea for themselves the black, yellow and j red which had been legendary in Flanders and the Brahant since the Middle Ages. The princes of Flanders b >re on f their arms a black lion on a field gold, and those of Brabant a golden lion jpn a field of black. The trap pings of both were red. From the thirteenth century, therefore. Belgian colors have been black, yel low and red. An argument against the use /of the colors by the Germans is that the j Belgians have actually employed the 1 black, yellow and red horizontally in their emblems—notably in their mer cantile flags so they consider they still have a priority on that disp si- , t'on of the colors as well as the ver tical use. The horizontal bars wer* adopted by the patriots who over tine# the Austrians in 1789. In 1830,* the first flag t ofly from the Hotel de Ville in Brussels was the horizontal barred black, yellow 1 The Belgians scorn the plea 0 ; Germans that they have the right to use the colors because of their use by the ancient Germanic Empire, which Austria was the center. I the | f the They 1 assort thllt the confusion resulting | from the employment by Germany as well as Belgium of the black, yellow and red would be embarrassing to the nation which had fought four years to keep its colors uncullied. d red. $25 acci Life ife if! Was a Misery that Must friends the mis Mrs. P. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writesi "From the time I tered Into womanhood ... I looked with dresd from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and beating-down pain, until life to me was S misery. I would think 1 could not endure the pain any longer, sad I gradually got worse. . . Nothing seemed to help me until, one day, , » , I decided to at the Mrs. of Knox i etc will in in en an m TAKE n Mi The Woman'* Tonic in "I took four bottle*," ti Mr*. Jones goes on to HE ul *»y, "*nd was not only ||* m pertly relieved, but tin y ■ truthfully say that 1 have gj I not a pals, , , * |j "It ha* now been two B I yeer* since I took Cardui, I j *nd I am stDJ in good M j health. , . I would id- Jl yIi* any woman or girl |P I to use Cardui who Is * nil I sufferer from say female If w d trouble." y I It you suffer pain earned S I fr 0 ® womanly trouble, or B I I If you feel the need of 1 B ] 1 good strengthening tonic R j I to build up your run-down By system, Uke the advice 01 | ot Mr*. Jones. TryC*r- 1 1 j dul It helped her. We II « will help you. IM j AD Druggists im ' Skeleton and daughter and ^ j S**, | Charter No. 7216. Reserve on June 30th, 19]9. RESOURCES. j 1- a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (excepttho.se shown in b and c) 2. Overdrafts, secured, $38046.80; $3057.88 ..>.. 5. U. S. bands (other than Liberty Bonds, but including U. S. certificate* of indebtedness) a U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value) . 6 . Liberty Loan Bonds; a Liberty Loan Bonds, 3(4, 4 , and 4(4 unpledged. .. * unsecured, per cent, 7. Bonds, securities, etc. (other than U. S.): . b Bonds (other than U. S. bondB))) pledged to secure postal savings deposits. $ c Bonds and securities pledged as collotcra! for State, or other deposits (postal exclud ed )or bills payable . e Securities other than U. S. bonds (not includ ing stocks) owned unpledged 8 . Stocks, other than Federal Reserve stock . 230; 33,700.00 43,300.00 251,770.00 Bank . . a ^ a ^ ue °' hanking house, owned and unin cumbered . 0. Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (50 of subscription) per cent 9,0mJ ''' ea ^ c ' H ^ a ^ e owned other than banking house... ^ av ^ reserve w ^b Federal Reserve Bank. 15. Cash in vault and net tional banks 5,|] U«U 6 (.« ___ ^' vt arnountfl duu f r °m banks, bankers, and trust companies other than included in amounts due from na Items 13, 14, or 16. II "-' 1 '* 18 on other banks in the same city town as reporting bank (other than Item 17) Total of Items, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 on _ bank s located outside of city or reporting bank and other cash H«,031) ,,, 12,711) 1,254,375,19 19. Checks town of items . 20 ' Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and from U .S. Treasurer due 281 ^"Undivided profits j 1 28 - Amount reserved for taxes accrued 30 - Circulating notes outstanding amount due to banks, hankers ,and trust , companies (other than included in' Items 31 or 32) . Certified checks outstanding 35 ' Cashier's checks on own bank outstanding Total of Items 32, 33 , 34 , an< j 35 Demand deposits (other tha 12.5001 I TOTAL 3,073,9285) LIABILITIES. -1. Capital stock paid in 25. Surplus fund 250,000.(1 154,390.63 b Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid . 36,156.32 118,234.3) 5.238J 2 309)| 430,888.1! 4,29515 442,065.50 bank deposits) subject e (deposits payable within 30 days | du. Individual deposits subject to check ,i8 - state - county, or other municipal deposits se cured by pledge of assets of this bank. Total of demand deposits (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve ^ 37, 38, 39, 40, and 41, Timc deposits subject to Reserve (payable after - 30 days, or subject to 30 days and postal savings); Postal savings deposits 45. Other time deposits Total of time deposits subject to Reserve Items 42, 43, 44, and 45 . 56. Liabilities other than- those above n resen 1,670,19258; 75,420.88 Items 36 1,745,613.23 or more notice 3,089# 81,796.48 93,886.25 stated 133,99J.it TOTAI State of Mississippi, County of Leflore, lh8 above ^ rVm \ C - a ^'* r ° f tiUi Rbove ' n8ved bank ' do solemnly the above statement .s true ti the best of my knowledge and belief C. V. ERVIN, Cashier, Correct—Attest; \ 3,073,928.88 ss.: sweat (Bat GID MONTJOV, JR, RICHARD T. JONEs! E- WRIGHT, Directors, me this 1 1th day of July, 1919. A. S. TURNER, Notary Public. Subscribed and sworn to before 1 * 1 * * GREENWOOD GROCERY CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS GREENWOOD. 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