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school supplies are better from BEARDEN'S. If. J. M. Halpv Rnpnt first nf J week in Houston. r. Claude Woodfin is spend- a few days in Tupelo. ir. beymour Sones motored Tuston first of the week. JiJouse for sale or rent. Terms iuit. Apply at this office. fj Alex Crighton has return "i'rom a short visit in Texas plaster Tom Beatty Burkitt, of jtotoc, is visiting relatives 11 school books strictly CASH W. E. BEARDEN. W. H. Miller spent last at his old home in Pon- oc, ale ties Okolona Hdw. Co. Irs. J. W. Bell and children visiting relatives and friends ridian. kr, hrar and Mrs. Robert Quinn, ardaman, spent the week- t"l here. or Rent T h e Chambers near Chickasaw Switch. Apply to A. T. Stovall. Sllr. Julian Betts spent last v aeek. with relatives and friends iMacon. jV-KEN Up-One hog. Come, ,liscribe and take same ' b G. VV. Pigg. &Lx: ri ht:ii l j vui33 ieiu ivuuei iicta iciuiiicu 1 . ' - 1 ? HIT I mm a pieasanivisu in iviempnis d Tate Srings. Mr, and Mrs. W. 1. Alvarez ve, returned from a visit to Lrtatives in Mobile. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Buchanan ra cniiaren nave reiurnea irom iCi.IltlUl VIOlb 111 lUCllipillO. i'Best quality Cement. Hawkins & Hodges. Dr. VV. C. Lendsay. of Corinth, 'ill preach at the Presbyterian Skureh here Sunday morning. The best' and biggest tablets filler ii win ujjmbixJii kj 'For Rent House on Stone all street. S12.50 ner month. Ill at A. D. Palmer's Jewelry ;ore. ' Sacred song service at ' the esbyterian church Sunday ght, Sept. 10th. Everybody vited. Bale 'ties Okolona Hdw. Co. School will open at 9 o'clock londay morning. All patrons nd friends are invited to be present. For Rent Two houses, five boms eacn. ah .modern im provements.. Apply to Mrs. T. uchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Herndon and ttle daughter left Wednesday r Meridian, where they will pake their home. f Mrs. P. M. Crawfod has re Jrurned from a several weeks lylsll tu lici uauguici, mi o, lliott, in Washington, D. C. Miss Olivia Murfee has just re ceived an up-to-date line of Fall 1 ITT' . i 1 C 1 U Jiana VVinier saiupies. oeeiieruc- f&ore buying, her prices are right. Difference determines drug uality. We supply the differ- ttt T7i nr i nnmr nee. . w, ru. ocjARuztn. f Mr. ana mrs. vy. ii. rAiens, y ho have been in Rector, Ark., ilhe past few months, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Quinn and family. , Mrs. Jack Abbott and children left first of the week for their Hiome in LaFayette, Ind., after Ispending the summer with Mr. fand Mrs. B. J. Abbott (For Rent Residence on cor ner of. Monroe and Silver streets. Modern equiptments. Apply to. . Mrs. Jesse Dawson. Just Received -Big Shipment lot Baling Wire. My prices are . 1 TIT TT TIJ R. H. Haughton. "Miss Annie Miller will re-open her school at 9 o'clock Monday morning. She will also organize a Kindergarten class for after noon, ages 3 to 4. - - Anything you want for school at BEARDEN'S. Miss May McDowell, our effi cient librarian, is spending the week with friends in Mobile Miss Maxine McDowell is acting librarian during her absence. Bale ties Okolona Hdw. Co. , We are requested to announce that there will be services at Grace Episcopal church Sunday night, Jept. 10th, conducted by Rev. Jnb. Gass. . Everybody in vited to attend. Married -On Sunday, Sept. 3rd, at the residence of H. B. Lacey, Hollis Evens Harlow and Miss Bettie Lucille Rogers, H. B. Lacey, Justice Peace, officiat ing. A-No. 1 Second Hand Wagon For Sale Cheap. R. H. Haughton. An "Hour of Hymnology" will be given by the ladies of the Presbyterian Missionary Society Sunday night, September 10th. A free, will offering will be taken for H,ome Mission work. Bale ties Okolona Hdw. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Arden Bancker, after an extended visit with relatives here, left last Thursday for Indianapolis, Ind., where they spent a few days before going to their home in LaFayette, Ind. The members of the Farm Products Association are urged to 'attend the meeting at the court house Saturday, Sept. 9th, at 3 p. m.. There is some im portant business to be attended to. Edwin Martin, Secretary. ' Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls for sale. R. H. Haughton. ' Ind. Phone 71. Married On Thursday, Aug.' 3M. at the King Hotel,' Fred erick J. White to Miss . Clemmie Virginia Led better, H. B. Lacey, Justice. Peace, officiating. Mr. White is a non-commissioned officer of the U. S. army and Miss Ledbetter the daughter of a business man at Tupelo. The Gen. W. F. Tucker chap ten U. D. C. will give a Baby Show on Friday, Sept. '15th, at 4 P. M., in Tucker square. One, two and three year old children will be entered at 25 cents each. Ten cents admission. Refresh metns served on the grounds. Everybody invited to attend. Okolona Chapter U. D. C. Now that summer visiting is over and on account of so popu lar a hostess quite a number, at tended the monthly meeting of the Okolona Chapter U! D, C, September 1st. After the usual order of serv ices were held several booklets were presented by the president. One a year book containing monthly programs, which we feel will be quite interesting if executed as planned. Another, an appeal for the correct render ing of Southern history. This we also feel the need of as we have been, in many instances, mis represented. These books will be circulated from house to house for a careful discision from each member as to whether or not we will adopt them. We hope the small price will not de prive any of making a favorable decision. Delicate refreshments were served after which we adjourned to meet with Mrs. Lela Hawkins the first Friday in October. Reporter. On First Symptoms use "Renovinei' and be cured. Do not wait until the heart organ is beyond repair. "Ren ovine" is the heart and nerve tonic. Price 50c and $1.00. adv. tun like this in oKOLim Similar Case Being Published In Each Issue. The following cane ig but one of many occurring daily In Okolona. It la an easy matter to verify It. You cannot auk for better proof. Gilbert Ivy, carpenter,' Gatlin St., pkolona, says: "There la no mintake about Doan's Kidney Pills being good. Some year ago I told how they freed ma of pains In my back and other symptoms of kidney trouble and to day I can freely give them the same praise. Doan's Kidney Pills brought lasting results in my case and I can't do otherwise than endorse them." ; Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Ivy had. Foster-MUburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Missionary Society The Beulah Holder Missionary Society was delightfully enter tained Monday afternoon tfy Mrs. Henry Glidewell. In the absence of the president the meeting was conducted Aunt Laura. Scripture lesson, Isaiah 51-8 and Psalm 37-10. Mrs. Herndon read an interesting paper on "The Least of These." Collection was taken up by little Mary Virginia Herndon and Christine Glidewell. After partaking of the fine re freshments so bountifully served we adjourned to meet on the 1st Monday in October with Mrs. C. L. McWilliams. It is a great pleasure to meet with these wide-awake young women who have done and are still doing such fine work. , XXX Woman's Missionary Society The Woman's Missionary So ciety of the Methodist church met w'ith-Mrs. W. E. Bearden on the first Monday in September. Some of the members were de prived of the pleasure of attend ing. It seemed quite natural and pleasant to be back in our accustomed places, we believe with renewed energy and enthu siasm both spiritually and phy sically to prayerfully do our ut most in the "One to win one" campaign, which is now on hand and ought always to be on hand, for are we not always "Our brother's keeper." . ; Sisters, who are not yet one of our number, wont you join us and realize with us that the the sweetest service of your life is that spent for our Master. Several beautiful selections were assigned by our president and read by those present. After some business matters were attended to a "Trip Around the World" was discussed and planned to be given Friday even ing, Sept. 15th. The places from where the trip will start and go will be announced later. Be sure to go. It will be one of the cheapest you will ever get and we will thank ou for your patronage. Our once a week meetings will be resumed at the Methodist church every Monday except the Social Monday. - Delightful refreshments were served after which we adjourned to meet the first Monday in Oct. with Mrs. Dan Shell. . ' A Hint to Wise Wowen. . Don't suffer torture when air female troubles will vanish in thin air after using "Femenina". Price 50c and $1.00. adv. Wisdom. The most manifest sign of wisdom It continual cheerfulness; such a state and condition, like things in the re glens above the moon, is always clear and serene. Montaigne. British Capital In Canada. Fifty per cent of Canadian fire In surance is by British companies. Disagreeable and Dangerous Trouble is Diarrhoea, but a speedy and certain cure is found in Missis sippi Diarrhoea Cordial Price 25c and 50c. ' adv. jjj, 03RRIS . fcl nansrrs , l . CANOES The best part of it ij; he knows that he couldnt have sent heranythir HELL & BUCHANAN "A Good Drug Store" OKdLOVA, .'. MISSISSIPPI Notice to the Public I am no longer connected with the Richmond Cotton Oil Co., but will have charge of the gin formerly run by J. S. W. Haw kins. The Hiawatha Mfg. Co. has flitted this gin up with the famous Huller Brest gins and it is in fine shape in every particu lar to do satisfactory work. I wish to thank those who have given me their business in the past and shall appreciate at least a part of your business at my new stand. To those who have patronized this gin in the past, we invite you back, assur ing you your business will be ap preciated. To any one else hav ing cotton to gin, we' wish to say give us a trial and we will give you satisfaction. Respectfully yours, t J. H. Terry, Local Mgr., 3t Hiawatha Mfg. Co. Star Theatre Weekly Program Tne' following is the program to be given at the Star Theatre the week beginning Monday night, Sept. llth, and closing Saturday night, Sept. 16th: ' Monday "A Yoke of Gold" 5 reels Tuesday ; "A Son of Neptune" 3 reels "It Nearly Happened" 1 reel Wednesday "His Tempermental Mother-in- Law" 2 reels ' "A Woman's Eyes" 1 reel "Aint He Grand" 1 reel Thursday "Ashamed of the Old Folks" ' 2 reels "The Battle of Chile Con Came" . 1 reel "There's No Place Like Home" 1 reel Friday "Beyond the Trail" 2 reels "Soup and Nuts" 1 reel "Gasoline 'Habit" 1 reel Saturday "Timothy Dobbs-That's Me 'A Thousand a Week " 2 reels "Broke But Ambitious" 1 reel "Held For Damages" 1 reel Extend Production of Camphor. Experiments by the Japanese gov eminent ot producing camphor by dis tilling the leaves and branches of cam phor trees have reached a stage at which Sl'i gallons ot distillate are pro duceu irom each 400 pounds ot leaves. H21 in i t M " m M Children Cry FQR FLETCHER'S CASTO R I A i or-- -t a i Tube Rose Snuff Smooth Sweet MellowClean If your dealer won't supply you with TUBE RCoii SNUI-F, Bend us 5c for a V,-oz. can, or 60c for 12 cans. The Creen Labels are good for Premiums. EROWN & WILLIAMSON TOBACCO CO., I.? iTTztf wm m Winston-Salem. i&&zi- ... m "-.-Hi -- - ' 1 I, II I I. ill V m i ii n !'.; nil "i.i);.., WW WiOTft YES'! ; We Still Handle . Infalcible Flour, Blanke's World's Fair Coffee, Heinz Pickles, ' . In fact every Leader in the GROCERY LINE.. Both I H. L. Shackelford. Seashore Excursions, ' ...TO..:' : :" Coden and Bayou La Bat re, A fa. ; ' ....VIA.... ,.i 1 - s ' MOBILE & OHIO RAILROAD Very LOW round trip'fares from OKOLONA, MISS. Tioketa on sole for all trains of Sundays and Mondays, to and including September 11th. 1916. Good to return to starting point 10 days from dale ' f sale. - fTine h-Jiinn; s&l water batliind; boatinn and driving. Ample hotel ac oomoilHlions. For information apply toyur local agent or write Mr. G. E- Allen. Dist. Passenger Agent. Jackson. Tenn. 9-7-16 Get A Made to Order fSuit No U$ than SIS Vo Afore than S20 ( 1 1... f f ii 0Ver U II Coat BRADY BROS. CASH GROCERS FRUITS and CONFECTIONS Special Bargains Every Saturday Both Phones , Prompt Delivery OKOLONA, MISS. Advertise Your Business N.C. 'Phones Klose Meaning Ko J. A. DEVAULT. Prop OKOLONA, MISS. Tailor-Made Clothes and Hat. Cleaning a Specialty Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Altered Your Patronage Appreciated