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r $ Our Greatest Need in Public I I.altli rk RcamEC-3 otetoly km taste all thm own By W. I). Uiihrrt. Dnn Mnlit al It. t'nivriiiiy, Miuiwlrrl SI iiir4ttv. h i , V ! i 1 ' ("II - ' " . - 4 i, " f M i ; i a I ' it j i . ".' I J 1 .f... r . . f . m, , , ! i ' : ' , In fl.rl ' 1 I 1, ' ; ... t I t.t (,ur t , 'l i r t if! If I! J tit iff g 4 - H t . , I f H, H f,.f ,l t I I I i! . (M1 I- r MP It i i vi I r (iftf , W. ,:., !- f k h ... rl. ik l. aulif g ttin roll, .. i . t ;i im your itiHn f r r.l l. tri nn I .ir for ih r itrh, my ffi l. f r M.thifiif ! lfl n Mm, I it itti , off lift, nil ta n only I s rl t,( hm. Th toy nl In-art i nrvf r ln, 1 In r rr nmrir rfl, Who will trniU lh ru of lovt lh'ir iiwti. Ami 'tinl hy you (ru ntl. S'l-KlfnMt, uniwi"rvin, and purt of ht'ftit, Mpi-t rhailow and tthin alike, And nhuning only the coward part, I.rri in when to wait or Btrike. i H? m .. ..'. r-wmitl. !. ''d t. fl. t,,n ,. ,., lnf.f -ttarr.n.f lm.rff fd torlr-l !. ,h " .. . . i . . . I it. .1 . h. ftn.l thirty ,..,.. (- ",m,f"r"' -, . f.f an rffn )r,t Wh I ln. ht. l.jr ttH mir i,f th .. . , , i .1, .is! ilm.irlir M.nu ! fr iM,rnnr, TV.ll.U,n h, r.u!t !h f lit " r.' om .bU, im k.-.t la. t k.ru ID St(ISilltI I It I Ij'P B"."'v-'t ! r i ', ni'r tit . ,.,.' ,.,.,) and ronduHcdl th. irrnal -Um, Swtmh .ml , , TKU nr(. u All loyal urmncram nif !,w n ,-. r ;1 .-,r-,ty. ornipy t-i urK-,l to Ko to th ,.IU ..r, that ,!at fit t .!Hf iii rfnidrinjr the many !,,.;, B tnifi jn of the etate. When . rcili-e that the d'ith rat from f,.n,urnfi'.n ul.'np. jtr one hundred thousand x.pulation, is one hundred n.l twenty-one, there is need for in-ttdht-ent and nnnnWive action on the part of our commonwealth. not only to rmike mite the !i tinn of the iiarty nominee, huti n thi-ir (.allot to nut the tttamn of thfir condernnntion so rmphatirAlly upon thin Judas act. that it will never attain he undertaken in Mississippi politics. The man who participate in ! a party primary and votea ntfainxt the years Have thou no fears for airone, Thp vcur ihnt Is onra todav. In addition to the twenty four hun-' the nominee, as declared in that Wears on his front the liRht of the sun. We may lahor, and hope, and pray. Marparet E. Shanjfster. tired and ninety deaths during 1911, thousand ciirht hundred and ninety seven casts of this disease was reported by the physicians to the State- Hoard of Health. Who can es timate thes uferintt and jrreat econ omic loss to the people from this enemy of happiness and industry and prosperity? It is perhaps theff reat est enemy to the economic develop ment of the state at the present tine. These nre facts which the next legislature must weih in considering the many perplexing problems which will he presented to it. The greatest need in public health work in Mississippi is a state sanatar ium for the care and treatment of those who are so unfortunate as to eontrnct consumption. A number of southern states are dealing with this disease in a systematic and practical way, and there is no reason why our state should not pve more serious consideration t this important prob-'em. The tuberculosis work should be under the direction of the State Hoard of I!"i.ith; it should be divided ,il- ' ) 7v.U.:T'W, -) F:.n.'iif.ion Work. , TI-. .'!. .Im"-!!'!!! o'i'd ennnuet ' firii. cult'. and dairy. iritis le faKt and the very best tt re;' Th o' !fff should be, not only to cure the iatientsr, but to teach them how to live in older that they carry on the cure at Ume nnd not infect others. The extension work should be ed ucational in character, both to the Invmiin and to the physician. All cases of tuberculosis should be re ported to the extension department. Each sufferer from the disease should be located and literature mailed to him, telling him in simple terms how to live and how to not infect others. The medical professions should be impressed with the necessity of mak ing an early diagnosis, and so, to this end. the public should be educated through the physician. This may be accomplished by mailing out litera ture. illustrated lectures and a lan tern should be sent and kept on the election, commits an act of deliber ate treachery and dishonor.' NOT DAUNTED BY DEFEAT. Albany, N. Y., Oct. 21. Despite M Chpmn Gie. Pretty the defeat of the woman sunrise Dnc. ,t Muikog Home. cause in New Jersey on Tuesday, The Muskogee, Okla., Daily suffragists of this state are confi- pi,0,,nix jn a recent issue contained dent that they will win out in New the flowing item of interest to Co- York state when me issue comes upnumbian8: before the people at the polls on "Miss Mary Paine Chapman, for Nov. 2, Lelia . !cott, president ot mer)y of Columbus, Miss., entertain the Albany Suffrage League, spoke eJ wjth a charming dancing party enthusiasticly today of the outlook, pday night, at her home, 726 Co While the suffragists have been iumi)us avenue. Halloween decora making a strong campaign, the anti- tiftn. WP, ,lf..i t,v.routrh the rooms. kn..A M..f Litan i.ltrt 1 i-u ! . . .1 1 . iiiaKms nac iiv.v fun '.v.. carrying out me auiumn coiors un E. Russell Mead, one of the leaders roJi Kreen an(1 yenow. Small Jack of the "antis." predicted that the tir,,.no 0,Wnil ti rlnneA nm. cause would be defeated. crams and were also in evidence 1 look for nothing but defeat for uu,,,,t tv, iWpr floor of the house. the proposed constitutional amend- L..j, waa thrown into one room, 1 . if 1 ment granting etjuat irancnise, ;llon for H.nncing said Mrs. Mead. "The thinking men Miss chapman was assisted by do not favor it, and those who do her molieri Mrs. Felix Chapman, in tw.Vi tlttrtt-intr unrtn tVi Rutiipi't nrfil . : .1 : . .. : iiiuMi ui"uh ..... ... serving an ice course uuiihk on m- apparently satisfied with the present tcrmission, and punch was served order of things. 1 think the nntagon- throughout the eveninir. The sruests . ... i " . ism ot women against women is sui ficient arirument in itself, nnd will Vinv much to do with the defeat of -ed cmendment." J J They're extra mild. They're extra mellow. And no wonder t The (tobaccB) used in Picayunes is peculiarly good. And it is kept good because we allow it to age naturally so that its delicious mildness and full character is retained in Picayunes. You'll find that Pica yunes have a good taste thatno other cigarette has quite been able to attain. arettes numbered sixteen couples of the so-; ciety set." the propo at Senior to Give Play. One of the early events of the cfdies.'.e W'i; be ti c production ot -"" - " i rutin u ijiiiic vurun, iu uc jjic- the p..ll.- In Massachusetts on Nov.Lonte1 1)V the senior ciasa on Nov. 2 y a majority of from 25,000 to 2th Thjfl pay was ma(le popuiar 0,000 volts was made today by Mrs. with the American audiences bv tinrtriuii n. i.oonnru. one oi inc I'.. .,(,... 1 01 TK nrmlieiinn h rnUcr,T.HHj iktimHii'ii suffratre will win tie providc-l wi't U.e lef por leaders of the "cause." "We are not discouraged over the result in New Jersey." said Mrs. Elsie Furguson, and with the movie world by Mary Fickford. Under the direction of Miss Emma Ody Pohl, with Misses Emmie Chandler and " wilii ivusses r, mime viuwtuier uuu Leonard. "The New Jersey defeat Zai,a Musselwhite nlavinir the lead- will niilv ndd an incentive to the menl:. i i :,..i i... i voters to make it cany here." On the other hand Mrs. John Balch, chief leader of the "antis," predicts that suffrage will be snowed under by a majority of 100,000 votes. DOLLAR SALE THIS WEEK. The Woman's Store will hold a bier Dollar Sale next Wednesday and Thursday, offering to the people of thir. section mnny valuable bargains which will no douiit be taken ndvan t Lire of liv Hhnnners from all over adioimng eauntie ing roles, and assisted by a talented and well chosen cast, the production promises to be oneo f the most en joyable of the year. A large audience is expected. Tickets: children 25c; adults 35c. Mr. D. P. Warintr. of McComb Cily, has been spending the past few it'iys liera with friends and relatives. Lowndes and Ko. By using every possible agency, I Read their big advertisement on page rmmmmmm o wumwm ' ua An AMfl Army Wlp of 2000 Men Were Measured for PUT'C UNION Lirl Lj suits .apod to younshapQ We are finicky about rrivint? our customers a per- r- i feet fit in underwear. And we can certainly do it with Wright's Union Suits. Men of every size, f ttpd before the sizes were made up. The Wright Company takes the raw wool and turns out the finished garment- spin, weave, cut, fit; from Iamb's back to man's back. This plus our care in fitting gives you a garment that will feel like it was tailored for you alone. Many men get tluee or four seasons' service from these Union Suits. They cost $2 up in different weights and fabrics. Walk-Over Shoes Too, to Fit Your Feet Style, Service, Wear, $3.50 to $6.00 Stetson Hats For Your Head. The New Ones. KAUFMAN BRO'S. fiw To Give vuoiine To cnunvM T i) i r i vij' i ., i. . t . ..... - : A AM tniprovnl yuiniiie. It is TaMclrsB Sytup. plr mil to take mid tlos not UiHturb the MoitMch. Children take it nml m ver know it is Quinine. .r.-M rl'.iinii, ...I" j'.vv. I ' ... 1 1. 1 1 (I TI LIU . I. II 11. . ' . ..1... ... T . . u . . Ui T ... ii .im yiiiiinici .Him u'. imil r a IV U.JI iiu .r iRTYmiintM nor mining in tne neaa. 1 ry i the tie t time oa need yuinine lor ny ptif. oki!. Ask ior 2-oimce origmal puckiKe, The 'iv hl.MKIl.lNK it blown In bottle li cenu, Students Enjoy Reception. ? The societies ff the First Brptist clurch entertained with a reception in the Sunday school room on Friday evening, for the Baptist I. I. & C. girls and their friends. A uroeram of music and readings was enjoyed. Mr. Morris White waaj introduced by Mr. B. L. Owen, and made the address oi welcome in at cordial and scholarly way. Miss M. F. Flood sang it boIo and her sweet voice and clear enunciation was greatly enjoyed. Mr. Eugene Mus- tin'a solo was also well rendered Misses Ollie and Nell Sanders sang a duet that was delightful. A duet by Miss Mary Flood, at the piano, and Miss Angelique Higgins, play ing the violin, was an interesting fea ture. Miss Mary Kennedy gave a de lightful reading. The piano number bv Miss Byrd. a college student who is blind, was played with much feel ing and delighted everyone. Miss An nie Denman, who also is blind, read a noem. one of her own compositions, that made a deep impression upon the audience. An ice course was used to refresh the guests. The musical program was arrang ed by Mrs. B. K. Sessums. jf.;fci,.v.-;-ii!i 1 A Few Real Estate BARGAINS toll Weevil Prices! Visit Oar RcsdptQ'Wear Depsrlmsnt, 2nd Fl For the Newest, the Prices LESS. nar Malaria or Chills & Fever Preicfiptioa No. 666 U prepered'etpecully for MALARIA CHILLS & FEVER. Five or MS doeee win oreai any caw, ana if taken theo at tonic the Fever will not iSS 1 of useful souvenirs for you free. Don't Fail to See the Mlleble Men at the Columbus Hardware and Fur niture Company's store, October 27 to November 2. He will have lots See Our New Fall Millineryf New Creations, Snappy and Attractive, Reas onably Priced. IDEAL Millie STORE Miss Alioe Ridings, Prop, nnn FELLOWS' BUILDING 220 acre farm on Ridge Road, $12.50 per acreworth $25.00. , 400 acres, mile from Columbus, close to lands held at $50.00 to $75.00 per acre at $15.00 per acre. 160 acres prairie land, two Brooksville, $25.00 per acre. miles from "BET I KNOW WHAT GENERAL SHERMAN 'UD SAY." 7t &H too To Tut r " " mm 0 llh 1Iliiii5il!! III"' 'ill'' Four room house on Fourth avenue, north rented for $5.00 per month $300.00. MANY OTHER BARGAINS. StanOeij KeaOty Co. Columbus Miss. . i' i Donn.l in St. Louie Globe-Demooret. Take Your Vacation Funds IN- A.BA.iEilGheques Safest, Handiest Travel Money. V ISSUED BY The Merchants & Farmers Bank OF COLUK3U, Hin.