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G. Stovall. Iiss Eleanor Haley is visiting ,latives in Meridian. Best quality Cement. Hawkins & Hodges. Mrs. R. L. Bransford left Sun- y night for Natchez. If its a Ford you want see B. Ell; 5 or Jack Wilson. 'The Public School here will Len on Monday, September 13. (Remember the "Black Box" 'Star Tnhetre Tuesday night. I Two large rooms for rent. Mrs. M. J. Tucker. ev. J. F. Eddins ha3 return- 1 from a few .months stay in ,exas. Mrs. H. S. Wilson, of Meri- 'ian, is the guest of Mrs. L. F. iaskin. )Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Haley are 'a, Tenn. The only cheap thing about Jhe Ford car is the price. Ask Dawson has re visit to friends in car that F. Ellis- Prof. Eric A rned from a Meridian. Mrs. M. A. George is visit s' relatives and friends ir. 'herman. Mrs. D. M. Gean and children re visiting reletives in Lafay- tte county. B. F. Ellis has the agency for T" 1 TT - Ml 1 ie rora car. ne win Keep a tock'on hand. If you want the 'comes back" see B. t's a Ford. Miss Nan Grauer, of York, la., is visiting her father, Mr. I. W. Grauer. Senator W. J. Evans, of Cal- oun City, was a visitor in our ity last Saturday,, Mr. Jeff Busby, County At torney, was m the city on busi ness first of the week. , - Dr. F. J. Underwood, County Health Officer of Monroe County, was in the city Tuesday. f For RENT-The Ezall resi dence on Adams street. Apply to T. J. Keeney. Mr. J. C. Whiteside returned last night from a several weeks stay in Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Jas. Valentine, of Crock et, Texas, is visiting relatives and friends in this city. Mrs. 0. D. Conner, of Tupelo, spent the week-end in this city the guest of her parents. Mr. Earnest Conner has ac cepted a position, as clerk in Mr. W. E. Nichols' grocery store. Mrs. P. C. H. Cox and child ren, of Columbus, are guests of of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Baskin. Messrs Johnson, Charlie White and Fred Powell, of West Point, were visitors in our city Sunday. Houston Times-Post, Aug. 27 Mr. Cleave Griffin, of Okolona, was a Houston visitor Wednes day. Mrs: James Gordon has re turned from a several weeks visit to relatives and friends in Oxford. Mrs. Laura Harrell has return ed from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. E. M. Hamilton, in Hum boldt, Tenn. N ' Miss Mabel Lewis, of Stark ville, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Woodfin. the latter part of last week. Mrs. W. 0. Harbour left Wed nesday for the mountains of West Virginia to spend a month with her mother. Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson, the attractive guest of Mrs. George Mrs. L. F. Baskin and little daughter have returned from an extended visit to relatives "in Meridian and Columbus. Notice My Gun Repair De partment For Sale, at a bargain. Apply at A. D. Palmer's Jewel ry Store. Aberdeen Weekly Aug. 27 Messrs Bob Clark Stovall and Jack Sansom, of Okolona were visitors Sunday. Houston Times-Post, Aug. 27- Miss Lela Mae Shell, of Okolona, is the guest of Mrs. A. P. Odom, having arrived Thursday. On all monthly accounts paid by 3rd of following month I will give Haltom Bros. Coupons. , T. M. Dean. Prof. W. M.. Cox returned Sunday from a visit to relatives and friends in Kentucky. He was accompanied home by his father. Because of the fact that some of the school books will be ex changed, all books will be sold strictly for cash. Bearden & LaGrone. The Library Association will meet at the Library iuesaay night, September 7th. Several imnortant matters will be dis cussed. Everybody . invited to be present. Head Cheese, t Boiled Ham, Roast Pork, Weiner Sausage, Roast Beef, X-Ray Bologna, Clover Blossom Cheese, Cream ery Butter, always fresh. Vienna Bakery. Alzeda, the famous hypnotist, is here this week and is furnish ing much amusement. His last entertainment will be at the Star Theatre tonight. Admis sion 5 and 10 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herndon and little daughter and Mrs. Herndon 's father, Mr. M. H. Loyed, left this week for Meri dian where they will make their home in the future. For Sale Harley-Davidson Motorcypl.e, 11 horse power, 3 speed, 1915 model. Good as new. The price is right. L. B. Abernethy, R. F. D. No. 1. Mr. W. II. Hall has moved his restrurant and shoe hospital into the Whiteside market building. You can get your eating in the front and have your shoes and other leather goods doctored in the rear. For Sale Nice six room residence with water, lights, bath and all modern improve ments, close into the business part of town. At a bargain. J. M. Haley. Aberdeen Weekly, Aug. 27 Misses India Houston and Eliza beth Binford were the guests of Messrs Jack Sansom and Bob Clark Stovall, of Okolona, at a dinner given Wednesday night at the Clopton Hotel. Dance in Honor of House Guests Mr. and Mr3. VV. G. Mabry entertained the dancing set of Okolona with a program dance in their home on Thursday even ing, August 2G, in honor of Miss Margaret Smith and her house guests. The entire lower floor was thrown open to the enter tainment of the guests. Mrs., Mabry was assisted in receiving and entertaining by her daughter, Mrs. L. L. Hodges. Delicious punch was served, by Misses Elizabeth McDonnell and Lucy Sansom, on entering and throughout the evening. At a late hour ices were served. Those fortunate enough to be present were "Miss Smith and Mr. Harry Redwood, Miss Greene and Mr. Geo. Ed Allen, Miss Sutton and Mr. Archie McDon nell, Miss White and Mr. Geo. Bean, Miss Henry and Mr. Jack Sansom, Miss Colmes and Mr. Haughton Sansom, Miss Hall and Mr. Allen Dean, Miss Trim mier and Mr. Lunce Hongos, Miss Chandler and Mr. Tonquin Stoval,l Jr., Miss Deavenport and Mr. Fred McGehee, Miss Dean and Mr. Howard McDuffie, Miss Baskin and Mr. Brooks Wilbourn, Miss Clem Miller and Mr. Kyle Lyon, Mies Crighton and Mr. Harry Fish, Mrs. Gus Wachtelof Macon, Ga.. Messrs Jeff Rubel, Frank Wilbourn and E. Q. Withers. Delightful Affair at Star Theatre On Friday evening one of the most delightful affairs given in honor of Miss Smith and her charming house guests was a box party at the Star Theatre and afterwards a banquet at the Hotel Martin. Mr. Miles Hodges assisted by Messrs Harry Redwood, Fred MeGehee and Lunceford Hodges proved ideal hosts on thi3 occasion. The table was decorated with three nests of. Permosa ferns, from which large bowls filled with wiU!ftters peeped out from their feathery bower. The banquet consisted of several courses, temptingly serv ed. Toasts were given and much merriment issued around the board at the recalling of amus ing reminiscences. After the banquet the guests returned to the attractive Smith home and enjoyed dancing. Those present were Mr. Miles Hodges and Miss Maude Capps White, Mr. William Baskin and Miss Margaret Smith, Mr. Lunce Hodges, and Miss Leita Trimmier, Mr. Harry Redwood and Miss Mary Lou Greene, Mr. Fred Mc Gehee and Miss Judith ' Lee Colmes, Mr. Frank Wilbourn and Miss Bessie Hall, Mr. Easley Gordon and Miss Josephine Sut ton, Mr. George Bean and Miss Wallace Henry. Mesdames Smith and Deavenport Entertain in Honor of Visitors Mrs. George Smith and Mrs. Howard Deavenport entertained Tuesday evening, August 24th, in honor of Miss Tomlinson, of Jackson, Tenn., at the home of Mrs. Porter Davis on Center street. The guests were graciously welcomed by the hostesses and the honoree and were served to delicious punch by Miss Annie McGehee. Progressive love-making was the diversion of the evening, Messrs Fred McGehee, Gilbert Morrison and Jack Sansom . re ceiving the highest number of votes and Mr. McGehee " proving to be the fortunate prize winner. At a late hour partneis for supper were found by matching hearts and an elegant supper was served to about fifty guests. An Al Fresco Affair School Begins To the Public , Beginning Sept. 1st I will con duct strictly a cash bnsiness and cordially invite my patrons and friends to call, I will endeavor to give them the benefit of my ! best efforts. On Sept. 17 we will have our first showing of up-to-date hats for fall and winter wear. Come. Thanking you for your support my first season, I am, Cordially, Mrs. T. J. Chambers. Dance in Honor of Miss Smith and Her House Guests The young men of Okolona entertained with a dance Mon day evening, August 23rd, in honor of Miss Margaret Smith and her house guests. After the dance a Friends and Patrons of Okolo na Public School; you are most cordially invited to be present Monday Sept. 13th 9 A. M. We want you to see our lovely new school building, hear the good talks that will be made and lend your influence on this oc casion toward helping to make this the best year in the history of our Public School. Let our motto be "more work and better work"" by Superintendent, teach ers and pupils. Do not wait until the second day to start your pupils. We want all Dunils in five miles of our school building to be pres ent the first day, , With such pleasant environ ment as we have, our work ought to be a real pleasure for all of us. I shall be glad to see any of our patrons or pupils and discuss school t matter with you at any time. Please do not purchase book a until you come to school and are classified. x Sincerely Yours, W. M. Cox, Supt. Miss Wilhelmenia Deavenport entertained in honor of Miss Tomlinson and Miss Smith and her house guests, on Wednesday evening, August 25th, with an Al Fresco affair. The guests were served, on entering,'to tea and sandwiches by Misses Douglass Deavenport and Bonnidell Smith. Progressive conversation, cards and dancing were enjoyed throughout the evening, the i f i i i i.1 music being iurnisneo Dy me Okolona string band. At a late hour ices were served. -i Card of Thanks BELL & BUCHANAN Prescription Druggists When you must take Medicine you want the best, that is the kind we send our customers, and the prescriptions are all carefully and accurately filled. We also carry a good line of Proprietory Medicines and Toilet Articles, in fact everything to be found in a First Class Drugstore. Floral Design: ar.d Flowers on Short Notice Phone us your orders in our line, we will appreciate them. We Represent The ABERDEEN FLORAL CO. BELL BUCHANAN Both Phones Okolona, Miss. U IIIMIIIIMJIjll JU'WPHW IIIIIIHII !) 'HI ..,.! P..IIWMM 1 k3 ' M H't ifV ? J' K "1 Virtu. Be cupful to make friendship the ehOd and not the father of Tirta llr P. Sidney. Smith and Mrs. Howard Deaven-' suDDer was served, to the house nort has returned to her home in ' truests, their escorts and a few Jackson, Tenn., much to the re-SDecial friends, at grejt of her many friends. i Miss Smith. To Drive Out Malaria And Build Up The System delightful ' Take the Old Standard GROVE'S what yon are taking, as the formula is printed on every label, showing it is f v i 'yuinme ana iron in ibsicicsb luiui. me nome OI . Tne oninine drives out malaria, the Iron builds np the system. 50 cents Friends: I truly thank you for your vote Aug. 24; and I as- T 1 11 1 II sure you l snail enaeavor Dy faithful service to you to merit this favor you have conferred r l i upon me. l am sure my election is due, my friends, to your earn est work in my behalf and I so deeply appreciate this expression of your confidence in my entire fitness to be your Tax-Assessor that I cannot better" express my gratitude than by telling you, I am exceedingly proud of my majority that, were it possible to do so, I would not care to ex change count with any man m the field. From the first I real lzed that we should have a "neck-to-neck" .run for I knew my opponent to be one among our county's nicest and best qualified gentlemen and strong for the race therefore I am doubly glad to. come out winner and doubly gratetul tor your loyal friendship and persistent efforts to help me to success and I can say no more than this; You gave me what I asked for and I am perfectly satisfied. With good will to everybody and sincere thanks for every kindness shown me during this campaign. I am gratefully yours, W. A. Dendy. Dear Voter Friends: I too give you thanks, my sincere and heartfelt thanks, for the vote you gave Mr. Dendy Aug. 24. Count me always ready, should ' opportunity ever come, to make ' returns for your favor to him to us in any way I can. ; Your deeply grateful friend, adv. Mrs. W. A. Dendy. WHEN YOU FiC"-,- on PAINTING YOU?v KCUSE DON'T FIGURE IT AS AN EXPENSE. i'f'S NOT AN EXPENSE, BUT AN INVESTMENT AND A GOOD ONE. A BRIGHT, CHEERFUL-LOOKING HOME HAS A DIRECT EFFECT ON THOSE IN IT MAKES THEM HAPPY AND CONTENTED. OUR GOOD PAINTS "GO FAR" AND PRESERVE YOUR PROPERTY. FIX THAT BROKEN W2NDOW NOW AND KEEP OUT THE WIND. WE HAVE THE WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY YOU NEED. Okolona Hardware Co. Brady's Pressing Club TAILOR MADE CLOTHES Cleaning. Pressing. Altering and Repairing Of AH Kinds By Expert Steam Presser Both Phones 161 LADIES' WORK A SPECIALITY ttu U3 BBSS!! T 4mJ 'XGHAP'JC 0 0 FOR GATTLE Prairie Lumber Co. OKOLONA. MISS IssSI