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mv ut'KKiNniCR anoeDts display wJver 1 sement nrniB at - .,.,U hiiinmu man and nusinei reading notloes, or tooato, 0 cents tier line tor nres inmni"i r 4w each additional Insertion. If out. are i."ed, 26 per cent additional ; no wood bases. NOTICES of marriages, deaths,lodge aooiata, ohurcb or other entertainments, are admit tetl free, if limited to 10 lines. All in eieess oflO lines niust be paid for at 10 cents per line, cash for same to accompany the oopy . All legal notices at legal rates, payable be fore affidavit of publication is fl.ed. - 0K0LONA, MISS, APRIL 11, 1906. The Art of Knowing How Both Phones. EI llfCiirlcy. to buy groceries for your table is of course the principle thing, but then, you must be able to get what you want and the best to carry out you ideas. Everyone knows we carry the best of eve ryone knows we carry the best of everything in our line, tha our customers are the cream of the trade. AyersPill !C3 u3 Vegetable, liver piljs. i.That is what they are. They cure corjf.ti.pr tion, biliousness, i' JUS kXi iUaixaMMJK Want your moustache or ht;;r? a beautiful brown or richfclack? Ust Alvays Remember the ?ai! Name n amative Cures a Cold Bromo'iiinine in One Bay, Grip in Two. c Eo& . 25c. Rnbel visited Aberd3en last buggies, cash or Walter Smith of the season at Mrs. J week. Busreies, buegies. credii. First ice cream Davis & Bell. Wagons and Baggies for every pock et-book at Adams & JNenberts. Miss Maria Elkin was the guest of Miss Harper last week. WhpnlA'r A. Wilson and White sew ing machines, cash or credit. Mies Vassar, of Aberdeen, spent last week in Okolona. Attflnrt onr Easter Opening Thurs day, the 12th of April Mrs. M. Short. Mrs. Homer Davis is home again after a pleasant viait in her old home Starksville. Mesdames Edens and Irene Elliott have returned from a delightful viait to St Louis. Mrs. J. A. Al'en had as her guest, last week, Mr. and Mrs. Iom Jones, of Aberdeen. Get rid ot that old ram-shackle bog eys and set a late modeled one of AdamB & Neobert. A carload joat re ceived. T.niiipsif von want the crows feet taken out of your old man's face feed . . iTt i. 41 him on biscuits maae oi mew uuur. T. M. DEAN. Miss Ettie Kate Spradley entertained the 0. F. O's Saturday afternoon. Progressive Needles kept the yonng ladies engaged until a fine course of refreshments were served. Miss Loraine Shell was the prize winner. Misses Julia Jordan and Elsie Mc: William, of Aberdeen have been guests at the McDonald home. Misses Inez and Lucile Elkin, of Aberdeen, were "guests of the Misses Mnrfee. Friday and Saturday. Soda season now cpen at Davis & Bell's. Mrs. J. F. Hirt left Saturday for her home in Jackson, Tenn. How about painting your house? Let us figure with yon. Waateb Smith A carload of wagons and buggies just received by Adams & Neubert. Erio Dawson is home from the Un iversity for a few' days visit. Misses Mamie Tomlinson and Sallie Sansom spent Sunday in Sessums. Ice cream sodas 10 cents at Davis' & Bell's this season but they are the best you ever drank . Mrs. Woods, of Cairo, was a fair visitor in our city last week. Mrs. Hamilton, of Humbolt, Is visit ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Harrell. Miss Bettie Walton has returned home after a visit of several weeks in Houston. Order your Easter breakfast in ad vance. Tell your dealer yon want Swift's premium ham or bacon. These are appropriate and appetizing meats for Easter lime. Mrs. C. V. Taylor nee Miss OUie Harris who was operated on for ap pendencitis, is improving rapidly and all are glad to see her able to be up town. Let the mule do the work; buy you a good cultivator. Walter Smith W. F. Tucker Chapter U. D. C. will be represented at the State Conven tion by Mesdames T. J. Buchanan, John Heiss, J. M. Davis and . Will Bearden. Mrs. ft. L. Anhby returned to Van Vleet Saturday. Join the crowd and drink at Davis i Bell's fountain. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Wotds viait ed Mrs. J. M. Haley last week. Mjers Hodge rs and Osborn Harper spent Saturday with home folks. ' Mr. B. E. Foster spent several day last week with home folks here. Everything for farm handled by Adams & Neubert. They understand tneir business and know what you want. Fifty new Pattern Hats on display Thursday, the 12th of April. Mrs. M. Short. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. E. Church will give an Easter Egg hunt Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lizzie Miller Bring your little ones and come. Only 5 cents will be charged. RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. Whereas God in His infinite wisdom has seep fit to call from this world of nrrow. to a brighter land above, our beloved sister, Hattie D. King. Therefore be it resolved, that the Daughters of the Okolona Chapter, U. D. C. mourn the death of this noble woman as a true t nd faithful member of our organization. Beit resolved also, that we ever cherish her memory with tenderest regard, and that we extend our deep est and most heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family; and further that a copy of this paper containing ttfcse resolutions be sent to the family. fL E. Love. Committee J Fannib K. 8mith. M. E. McDowell. If von want to live Elect flour. GROCER. To Cure a Cold in One Day. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to - . m . f 1. cure. E. W . wove's siguaiure is on eaeu box. 25c. Another new industry for Okolona. The Ortgier brothers have bought the latest machinery and will soon have it installed, for the manufature of Ice cream by the pint, gallon or carload. Getting creams or ices on short notice for your reception or intertainment is a question solved now. These gentle men are experts In their profession and will be in the market for all they sell too. Remember and patronize home industry. Miss Francis Abbott entertained at her cozy home, last Thursday after noon, the Social Club. Miss Francis is such a nappy entertainer that a meetine at her home always draws a fnll attendance. Euchre and dominoes were the eames of the afternoon. Miss Mary George Murphree winning the guest prize, and Miss Irma Harper and Mrs. Clint Steinberger tied for the the former winning at the diaw. A dainty service of refresh ments finished the afternoon. A Guaranteed. Cure for Piles. TtMr, TUind. Bleedinir or Protruding Pilo.. TtriKrpiet refund money if Paso nintmnnt tails to cure aiiv case, no matter .fhnm lnno ctBnrlintr. in 6 to 14 days VI H w .1 ' ft o. V;f annlinattnn criVflS Hid KSt. XI 50c in stamps and it will be forwarded post-paid bj Pans Medicine Co., St. Liouis mo. Bay your Easter Hats Thursday April 12tU, MRS. ju. uhort. Letter to Porter Davis. " Ololona Miss. Dear Sir: Devoe is worth $4 or $5 a cation- put-on; how muoh is another paint worth? Depends on how many gallons you have irotto tu';OD. to be equal to one nf Tivnn. Mr. J. J. Hall. Sheffield, Pa. painted two bouses one coat, five years ago, lead-and-oil, took 40 gallons. T.aafc nnmmr boncrht 40 crallons Devoe for same houses; had 10 gallons left.- Mr. N. Avery, Delhi, N. H.owns twn'hnnaes exactly alike: painted one with Devoe: took .6 gallons. The nth or mirhanma other: took 12 cations What'd you give for thoee oft paints? Rear in mind, vou've got to pay for the painting. Your truly F. W. Devoe & Co. 44 New York. Has Stood The Test 25 Yccrs m Ann f am ii a long time use T. M. Dean. Mrs. T. L. Bramlitt, of Corinth, is Visiting friends and relatives in this city, her old home. Do you need n buggy? Call on me. Walter Smith Okolona Book club elected Mes dames Buchanan and J. M. Davis as delegates to the State Federation which convenes in Crystal Springs. . Messrs. Neil McCaskill, Woodie Baker, Crenshaw and Granloff of the Aberdeen Dramatic Club were in our city, Saturday. Mrs. Sidney Jonas, wife of the Junior Editor, of the Aberdeen Exam lner was in our city, Saturday, the guest of Mrs. J. M. Davis. Mrs. Jonas is a lady of cbarming personal ity and made many friends during her brief stay. Mr. Wm. Mellison, of Kankakee, Illinois, has been visiting at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. John Whittaker, the past week. This was Mr. Mellison's first trip South and was much ear prised and pleased to note the pro gressive, hustling looks of both the country and the people. He frankly admitted thinking that our people were shiftless and the country run down and demoralized after the ; war, but baa now changed his ideas com pletely. Says this country Js an good as any the sun shines on and would be glad to become a citizen if bis inter eats could be so arranged.' Con vine ing such gentlemen as Mr. Mellison is for the benefit of the South and the good words he will say of this section will go far in helping advertise It. Ttatrla A. Rail's anda fountain fur nisb.es everything in new soft drinks. The line foroe of the electrio light Dlant have lust about finished the con dulf work In the railroad yards, wiring underground for the switch lights, and when done will have put in one or tne best systems of that kind in the South There'll be no municipal grafting here and will have the best water and light aervioe that human ingenuity can fut nish. . A Surpas8lnglyGreat Event. One of the greatest musical treats ever offered the people of the South will be the appearance of the New York Symphony Orchestra of CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank tbe kind people of Okolona, especially ray good neigh bors for their kindness and sympathy to me and mine during the last illness of my dear wife. C R, King and Family. Has Stood the Test for 35 Years. The old, original Grove's Tasteless Chill Tsnic. You know what you are taking. It is iron and quinine in a tasteless form. No cure, no pay. 50c. The W. C. T. U. will hold its regu lar meetings on the first and third Wednesday of each month instead of Thursday as here-to-fore. This change was made to accomodate some of the members whom we hope can attend now without hindrance. Tbe next meeting will be Wednesday, April, 18th. "I have often wondered when the working temperance men and women will be rewarded for all their expenditure of labor, time and money by the complete suppression of the liauor trafio. The answer is now y going about the country freely, to wit: when the churches shall wake up to their dutv and ' responsibility. But when will that be? When intelligent men and women the leaders of pub lic opinion shall clearly comprehend the relation "which the liquor traric bears to the poverty, pauperism, suf fering, wretchedness and crime of the country. There are not many people whp understand thoroughly the in timate relationship existing as cause and effect between the grog-shop and the evils of many kinds with which the oommunity is burdened and cursed." Neal Dow, in the Union Signal. sixty people, led by that inoomnarable conduotor Walter Damrosch in Col nmbns. Miss., at the chapel of' the In dustrial Institute and College on Mon dav nizht. April 80th, next. The oo casion promises to be a great musical fete and already tbe demand tor seats Is widespread from Northeastern MississlDDl and .Western Alabama. For the becaseion the railroads are offering special rates and Damrosch will be heard by a tremendous throng, nr. its n nrira tnr u.ti t,n I . W. Maer, Columbus, Miss., and reservations will ha nrAmntl matin. The Rs'3 Will not htrln until Monday, the 23rd, and all reonftBts will be accorded careful Avers You know the medicine that makes pure, rich blood Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your mother, grandmother, all your folks, used it. They trusted Sarsaparilla It. Their doctors trusted lu Your doctor trusts it. fheh trust it yourself. There is health and strength in it. I suffered terribly from Indigestion nd thin blood. I found no relief until I took Aver's Sarn&parni. four bottle vrnia nentlj cured me." MRS. F. R. Hart, Mt Klwo, N. T. Sl.nO bottle. AlldrujreUI. for .T. C. AYKK CO., T-owell. Mh. Rich Blood kyer'a Pills are ce They greatly aid the ;ently laxative. sarsaparilla. 0 i sm mmmmm mmmw a Made from Vure Grape Cream of Tartar In baking powder Royal is the standard, the powder of highest reputation ; found by the United States 'Government tests of greatest strength and purity. It renders the food more healthful and palat able and is most economical in practical use. Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to buy alum powders because they are " cheap." Yet some of the cheapest made powders are sold to consumers at the highest price. ,- Housekeepers should stop and think. Is it not better to buy the Royal and take no chances the powder whose goodness and honesty are never questioned? Is it economy to spoil your digestion by an alum-phosphate or other adultered powder to save a few pennies ? ' - - " ' , , ' ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK 4v a iieaui . nfiiiiiuaii i qiiii A Safe Paint for Buildings. ft It's best for all purposes; wears well, looks well, spreads easy and costs but little Bet ter see our color card before you buy. Seasonable Hardware of all kinds here at prices to suit your purse airCuiiirtTiaini TTT q) 1 W M (S j IT We Are Giving Away Free Your choice of one out of 9 different beautiful pictuoes in colors with the purchase of each piece of our latest invoice of Glassware, which is a food Imitation of real tenuine cut flass, and must be .seen to be appreciated. Candy Eggs and Other Easter Novelties Just Received 3 and 10 Qent Variety Siro I South Side Main St. Phone 20 consideration.