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Uneeda Biscuit AND ER GROCERIES /L PROMPT ATTENTION . % &:• [■ & M&M We have put in the NATIONAL BISCUIT CO. Line of Cakes and Crackers, and have the following varieties in stock: CHEESE SANDWICH, VANILLA WAFERS, MARSHMALLOW DAINTIES, MALLOMAR, LEMON SNAP, FIG NEWTON, CHOCOLATE WAFER, NABISCO. few of these Varieties in your next we So add a order. BAR G ON'S HIGH GRADE FOOD *> << ' TCHULA, MISS. PHONE No. 44 I Raw places, watery blis ters, cracks under the toes. Constant itching: burning pain when touch ed by water: always dan ger of infection and blood poison. Q. B. ECZEMA TREATMENT) greaseless liquid: antiseptic, disinfec tant: stops the itching at once: takes out the inflammation: kills the germs. Successfully used for Eczema, Tetter, Skin Eruptions of all kinds. At your drug store, 60c; mokey refunded if you get no benefit r * Y ^ANNOUNCEMENTS We are pleased to be able to announce to our patrons and the public that we are now working a full force of very competent mechanics— These men are experienced and skilled in all branches of the trade. We operate power machin ery of modern type. We constantly carry in stock all kinds of material used in our business. It*8 a matter of only minutes to estimate your job and only a matter of a few more minutes to deliver the finished job. We use only high grade ma terial. We endeavor to do only high grade work. Our niotto is: quick and correct service; our aim is: honest and fair dealing. It has never been our plan to stuff the public with un reasonably low prices. We know what first class service is worth and we know it is cheap er to you. The unreasonably low priced fellow we have found to be an unnecessary evil and a calamity in any com munity and is only a fake and a passing shadow. We guarantee satisfactory service or give back your money. Now, let us play ball. P. Y. MILLER General Blacksmith, Horse Shoer and Wagon Maker TCHULA, MISS. C. W. DENMAN Veterinarian [Office at Peoples Drug Store. [Calls Answered Day or Night 'hones 40, IS, OlOl* LEXINGTON, MISS. t -h*l*'F-l'*l , -F*b , F + +4 , + + + + 'l* + ♦ * + TCHULA + + + * + 4* + 4 4 4 *H* + *H , + ++4 m H' + + W. E. Hays spent Sunday with rela tives and friends at Lexington. Ira Jones made a trip to New Orleans the latter part of last week. D. W. Boyd attended to business at Lexington aSturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Whittington re turned^Saturday from a pleasant trip to El Paso, Texas. Leonard Shipp, of Linden, spent Sunday with relatives and friends neaT Lexington. J. M. Whitehead, who is doing carpen ter work on Linden, visited his family, at Lexington, Sunday. W. B. Nash spent Saturday on business in Lexington. W. A. Robertson went over to Lexing ton Sunday on a visit, remaining until Tuesday to cast bis vote in the second primary election. Rub-My-Tism is a great pain killer. It relieves pain and soreness caused by Rheuma tism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc. D. W. Beall, of Eastbank, went over to Lexington Saturday to spend Sunday* with his family. Prof. J. R. Gulledge was over from Lexington Monday to see about the progress of the work on the residence he is to occupy. W. A. Robertson spent Monday with friends at Durant. W. M. Unger, of Yeargain, went to Memphis Friday evening to sell a number -mrr~ I IM *: II ■ ■"•it > V' •jIi I v £ m.' m A * y i Mil . il I . : v hin i III* ui * .1, :"*=D0 i A pkl, , # tlliipi; Ball k*>ll '] Cigarettes made to meet your taste! m V fA - ^ Camels are offered you as a cigarette entirely |||| out of the ordinary—a flavor and smoothness 1| never before attained. To best realize their qual- H ity compare Camels with any cigarette in 1 -fi the world at any price! Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will |4l win you at once—it is so new and unusual. That's j what Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and I choice Domestic tobacco gives you! You'll prefer IIB this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! Q§ As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any un pleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted to discover that you can smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste1 Take Camels at any angle—they surely supply cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever experienced. They're a cigarette revelation! You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts, hk You'll prefer Camels quality 1 18 cents a package BUw W Cam#/, arm told •vrymhar* in •cimniificslly nmM pack <<•• of 30 cigantt— or Ion pack atfaa (300 cjfarHtar) m a glaaaino-papar covarod carton. Wr afrpnfly racommond thia carton for tha hoota or oflea aupply or whan you Ira rat B R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Win.ton-Srtem, N. C. IC k :?' of ararlcadf of lumber. On his return home be stopped off at Durant on a brief visit to M. L. Roby and family. of revival meeting* will be A aeries -held at the Tchula Methodist church next week, beginning next Sunday and closing Friday night. The meetings will be held at 10 o'clock in the forenoon and at 8:30 in the evening of each day. A general invitation is extended to all to attend these meetings. Oscar Mabry, of Goodman, called on friends in Tchula Sunday. E. B. Mills, of Memphis, *'»( the guest of the City Hotel Sunday. W. W. Gwin. W. B. Jones, O. W. Nixon and A. H. Wart* made an auto trip to Lexington Monday. Cliildran Cry FOR FLETCHER S • CASTO R I A J. D. Gwin was down from Greenwood Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. P. F. Luter returned Friday from a visit to New Albany. R. C. Coker came over from Lexington Monday to work for the Roach Bros, ia handling lumber. Henton Rogers, of Lexington, went to Keiro's Switch Monday to see about get ting some lumber to repnir a bridge on the Bean place. The Tchula high school will open the 1919-1920 scholastic year with a magnifi cent faculty—every member a college graduate—consisting of Prof. J. R. Gul ledge, Mrs. J. R. Gulledge, Miss Florence Saddler, Miss Annie Perry and Miss Edith DeCell. 666 has proven it will cure Malaria, Chills and Fever, Bilious, Fever, Colds and La Grippe. It kills the parasite that causes the fever. It is a splendid laxative and general Tonic.—(adv.) Edgar Mayfield was over at Durant Monday to attend the speaking and see the ball game. J. E. Gwin and family made a motor trip to Lexington Monday. E. L. Hines made a motor trip to Lex ington Monday. R. F. Bacon spent Saturday and Sunday at his old home at Canton. Bart Mabry, of Pickens, was a Sunday visitor to Tchula. A. W. McGahee, of Atlanta, inter viewed our progressive merchants last Saturday. S. B. Lawrence, Jr., of Jackson, made Tchula a business visit Monday. L. D. Powell, of Memphis, spent Sun day with Tchula friends. P. C. Foose has accepted a position as driver for a large truck belonging to LEMON JUICE FOR FRECKLES Girls! Make beauty lotion for a few cents—Try It! Squeeze the juice of two lemons into a bottle containing three ounces of orchard white, shake well, and yon have a quar ter pint of the best freckle and tan lotion and complexic.i beautifier, at vary, very small cost. Your grocer has the lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard white for a few cents. Massage this sweetly fragrant lotion, into the face, neck and arms and hands each day and see how freckles and blemishes disappear and 1 ow dear, soft and rosy-white the skin becomes. Yes! It is harmless and never irritates. THE JOT OF MOTHERHOOD Came to this Woman after Taking Lydia E. iPinkham's Vegetable Compound to Restore Her Health Elien* rg. Wash.—" After l was marrau . was not well for a long time and a good deal of the time was not able to go about Our greatest desire was to have a child in our home and one day my hus.brnd came backffrom town with a bottlo of Lydia E. Pink ham'g Vegetable Compound and wanted me to try it It brought rolief from my troubles. I improved in health so 1 could do my housework; we now have a little one, all of which I owe to Lydia £. Pirikham'i Vegetable Compound.'*—Mrs. 0. S. Johnson, R. No. 8, Ellensburg, Wash. There are women everywhere who long for children in their homes yet are denied this happiness on account of •ome functional disorder which in most so8 would readily yield to Lydia E. inkham's Vegetable Compound. Such women should not give up hope they have given this wonderful . :ne'a trial, and for special advice vdia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Mass. The result of 40 yean "Co is at votir service. | ) \ 4p| M*' RTl He District No. 5 of Holmes county, gained considerable experience and be came an expert in handling trucks while in the army service of the United States in France. J. D. Williams, of Drew, greeted friends and acquaintances here Monday. Mrs. B. Schur and daughter, Miss Ethel, have returned home from an ex tended visit to relatives at Boston. J. R. Wyatt made a trip to Lexington Monday. Miss Marie Flink spent several days last week with E. C. Foose and family on Lynchfield. M rs, Amanda Wallace returned Fri day from a visit to relatives and friends at Sidon. TO IMPROVE YOUR DIGESTION "For years my digestion was so poor that I could only oat the lightest fooda. I tried everything that I heard of to get relief, but not until about a year ago when 1 saw Chamberlain** Tablets .ad vertised and got a bottle of them did I find the right treatment. Since taking them my digestion Is fine."—Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana, Pa. R. P. Ham was over from Durant Sat urday, collecting insurance premiums. D. S. Winfield, of Memphis, was noted among the many out-of-town visitors to the city Saturday. T. E. Duffey, of Water Valley, mingled with bis many Tchula friends the latter part of last week. D. L. Ward, of Hattiesburg, transacted business in Tchula Saturday. B. Schur returned Friday from Chi cago and other points where he purchased a fine stock of goods for the fall and winter trade. He states that goods are' difficult to get and that high prices still prevail with no present prospects of, Miss Hilda Flink visited friends at Greertwood last week. J. W. C^pss and W. C. Smith have re cently been elected members of tho Ma-[ sonic Research Society. This society is lowering. Test Your Eyes WITH OUR MACHINE EYE TESTER (Patented November 30th, 1915) which has a complete assortment of all the different strength lenses mounted in a revolving wheel, you can, by actual trial yourself, select a pair of Read ing Glasses that will give you perfect comfort and satisfaction. , We can furnish any style frame you may select, at low prices. You may need a pair of Glasses now. Come in at once and let us demonstrate this new practical Ma chine Eye Tester. Tchula Drug Co. W. C. HERBERT, Manager Phone No. 12 Tchula, Min. M. M. JAYNE Novelties, School Supplies, Magazine Subscriptions, Etc. Soft Drinks, Fruits, Canned Goods, Etc. Tchula, Miss. Terms: Cash Only. ♦JiiiuuuiuaitHiuatimiuiituiiMoiiiiiiitHiiai Thor* Can Be No Doubt About to* Results In Loxlngtoa Results toll the tele. AH doubt Is runovii Tbs testtmsoy of * Tart—t— Osa be easily Inveetlcstod. What better proof oaa be tL O. Upsay, retired, 14 says: "For a gaosral kidney wfafe aaaa t know n*tfcta« bet tar Mb Doaa'e Kldnay Pills. I waa ta bat oondMoa when I started medicine. Rheumatic pains oreaaped mr am* aad Umbe, oeortng am alterable suffering. My kidneys acted tee frequently and I loet much sleep ea this acocant nights, Doan's Kidney Pflls, which I got at Beall's Drug Store, rid me of this misery and that Is more than all the other kidney remedies T tried put together had dene for as*. Doan's are a fine medicine." Price, We, at all dealers. Deal Mi ■ ] Slmpfly nek for a kidney remedy—*** Doan's Kidney PtMs — the same that ! Mr. Lip* ay had. Poetet-MIlbuni Co, Mfgre., Buffalo, N. T. ' i ' _ --—- " rapidly growifig in popularity and mem hership and bids fair to rival the famous Quator Coronati society of England, which haft done no much for the advance Byrd was in the city Tuesday hustling up voters and helping his fa vorites in the various races of the second ment of Masonic literature and study. Lester Evans, the popular section fore man at Howard, took a run over here Tuesday evening to vote in the second primary. J. Baxter primary election. Gordon S. Ashley mingled with Tchula friends Thursday on his return to (Barksdale from a visit to the home circle at Lexington. V. B. Hogan, of Durant, was discerned among the many Tchula visitors Thurs day. S. B. Sharpe, of Memphis, attended to matters of business at Tchula Friday. ToniA. glhi Kind You How Alwop Bpnk Bears tke Big« store a J. T. D<*lHney, of Covington, Tenn., re nted acquaintance* in the city rFiday. Mr*. E. S. Stigler, of Shackelford's Switch, whk the prised guest of Mrs. R. K. Jones a portion of last week. Miss Ethelyn Baine, of Durant, was the charming guest of her sister, Mrs. G. T. Buck the past week. Joe Thorne spent Sunday with friends at Jackson. Mis* Allie Gene Lyon passed through Tchula Monday enroute to Belzoni to visit her sisters, Mrs. J. S. Savage and Mrs. J. L. Bain. F. W. Button, of Memphis, renewed acquaintances here Tuesday of last week. Harry Glenn, of Chester, III., visited Tchula and vicinity the early part of last week on a prospecting tour. V. D. Chidester was down from Mem phis on a business errand on Tuesday of iast week. —- A BILIOUS ATTACK When you have a bilious attack your liver fails to perform its functions. You become constipated. The food you eat ferments In your stomach instead of di gesting. This inflames the stomach and causes nausea, vomiting and a terrible headache. Take three of Chamberlain'> Tablets. They will tone up your liver, clean out your stomach and you will soon be as well as ever. They only cost a quarter. J. W. Garner, of Memphis, circulated in the city on Tuesday of last week. W. H. Henry .went to Canton Monday to exercise his elective franchise as s loyal American citlsen. Peter Rogers, a valued and highly ef ficient attache of the Barr-Gwin Co.'s (Continued on Pace T) ILL. WALLACE FURNITURE DEALER, BUILDING MATERIAL, STOVES AND RANCH WAGONS and BUGGHS Whatever you may need hi above line we can fill year re* quirements satisfactorily te you. We can please yon as Id quality, variety of seleetie* and—most important ef all price. Saving time jg just U Jm» I'urutnc as saving money whea buying the necessaries of Ilf* maw and by making as many of your purchases as possible ia one place you can accompliali both results. Our grocery store is complete in every re .... spect and our goods are alwaya fresh, clean and wholesome. *»HONE 21, TCHULA, MISS. DU FUNK STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES PHONE 26, TCHULA, M15L CITY HOTEL TCHULA, M1S1 . 1 MAKE IT YOUR | HEADQUARTERS I WHEN IN TOWN Special Attention ta Travalha Public R. L WALLACE, Phone 31, GROCERY. RESTAURANT -ItS SUMS A fresh line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Fruits, Can dies, Confections, Cigars and Tobaccoes constantly qn hand. Quick Lunches served at a| times. You will save money by trading with me. Try It one* and be convinced. A.TAHIR Phone 60 Bos 77 Tchula, Mioos M. P. WINKLER LEADING DRUGGIST \ Everything to Make You WeR SICK ROOM SUPPLIES AUTO ACCESSORIES PHONES 43 and 46, TCHULA.