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11 Illlllll tf-Sick M To get rid of that Tired, Bilious, Half-Sick Feeling, take a dose of It Cleanses the Stomach, Liver and Bowels It's a man's remedy that goes to the right spot. Puts life and activity into the torpid liver, strengthens the 6tomach and diges tion and purines and regulates the bowels. A timely dose of this excellent system regulator and bowel tonic will oftentimes ward off a spell of sickness. Price 50 cents. JAS. r. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, NO. in ....1 Sold by W. E. BEARDEN n 1 i Klose ((leaning Ko J. A. DEVAULT. Prop OKOLONA, MISS. Made to Of da Suit Tailor-Made Clothes and or J0L Hat Cleaning a Specialty Over-Coat Clothes Cleaned, Pressed and Altered No Lett No' More than $15 than $23 WW?- civ-'"fi"'"'"! tsL - Ycur Patronage Apprecateid MISSISSIPPI CIOTEXMAL EXPOSITION G ULFPORT, MISS. Opens December 10th, 1917, Closes June 10th, 1913. 'JlSSISSIPPUill have been a sovereign state of the Union just j one hundred years on the dote o the opening of the Exposition. It has been a glorious century of progress for our stale. The ( vent will be celebrated by a great exposition. 146 acres ot beau ti'ul ground fronting on the Gulf of Mexico, has been selected for tin- site. It will be landscaped am! beautified uutil it is equal to ihe best parks of the country. Many of the buildings will be per manent and contain permanent exhibits for not only the Exposition, hut the many expositions and events that will be staged Inter. It is the opportunity of a century for railing to the attention of world our splendid resources and the excellent products of our farms. Every county, municipality, firm and individual in the state are invited to participate. The table is set and an invitation is extended to all tn partake of the benefits that are certain to come. Economical and comprehensive plans for this participnlion have been worked out. Competent men will be glad to visit the various localities, and ex plain them, Write today for literature and suggestions for this pir'iripalion. . . II. . BLAKESLEE, Director General Gulfport, Mississippi STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! Don't fail tu examine my guaranteed all wool samples before buying your Spring Suit. Prices $18.00 and up. Fit guaranteed. I make all alterations free of charge. Cl(, The Tailor NODE BURGLARS Broke fifty dollars worth of show windows to get bottle of TANLAC "IT MUST BE GOOD" BELL & BUCHANAN "A GOOD DRUG STORE" Okolona, Mississippi RUB OUT PAIN with good oil liniment That'o the surerft way to stop them. The best rubbing liniment is HUSTA Good for the Ailments of Hone, Mules, Cattle, Etc Good for your own A chea, Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, Cuts, Burns, Etc 25c. 50c $. At all Dealers. TRUSTEE'S SALE By virtue of the provisions of a Deed of Trust executed by Jessie Hodges and Francis Hodges on the 6th day of February, 1915. to P. Mcln tors, Sr., Trustee, and Hal Mayfield as beneficiary therein to secure an in. debledness therein named to Hal Mayfield, which Deed of Trust ia re corded in Book 153 Page 426 of the records of Trust Deeds in the Chan eery Cleric 'a offiic at Houston, Miss., and default having been made and the said Trustee, P. Mcintosh, Sr., being unable and unwilling to execute the said Deed of Trust, and the said Hal Mayfield having appointed and sub stituted Lee Mayfield as Trustee in the place of the said P. Mcintosh, Sr., as provided by the terms of said Trust Deed with full power to execute the same, which appointment and sub sliluiiou has been recorded in Book 121 I age 437 of the record of Deeds in the Chancery Clerk's office st I Iotiston'Miss., the undersigned sub sii'iiled Trustee at the request of the bi-nt ficiary will expose to public sale for cash in fiont of the Court House door in ihe City of Okolona, M ( ii ihe lit Monday, (he 5th day of February, 1917, within lawful hours, llio following described property: A I .out 2 acres of land lying in N. corner ot S E. I of Sec. 22. T. 12, R. 5, E., (he east and west lines being 250 feet long, the north and south lines about 370 feet long, the west line running back to a large ditch that iuds through and by the land. Also 1 blue mare mule 8 years old named Lizzie. 1 gray mule 11 years old named Caroline, . 1 black horse mule 8 years old ntitif-d Henry. J dove colored mare mule 10 years old named Hulda. x yellow cow 6 years old named Jersey. 13 yrs old yellow heifer 1-2 yrs oid j ellow heifer. Also one 2J wagon and harness, to satisfy said Trust Deed and all cost, The title to said property is believed to he good but will convey such title us is vested in me as such substituted Trustee. This January 4lh, 1917. LEE MAYFIELD, Substituted Trustee. FLIRTED WITH GRAVE TRJSTEE'S SALE By virtue of the authority conferred ( n me by the provisions of a certain of Trust executed on the 19th tl. y of August. 1916, by J. P. Mc 1 It nry to secure an indebtedness (herein mentioned to J. J. Middle bi(oks wherein I was made Trustee, Hini which Deed of Trust appears ot i ! rd in Book 123 Page 420 of the Records of Trust Deeds in the Chancery Clerk's office, at Houston, Chickasaw County, Mississippi, I will, on Monday the 12th day of February, 1917, in front of the court h( use door in the city of Okolona, Mississippi, within legal hours offer 'or sale and sell to the highest bidder it cash the following described properly, to-wit: Thirty-two acres in the North-east comer of North-west quarter of Sec (ion twenty-three, Township twelve, Range four east, (32 A, N. E. Cor. Sec. 23, T. 12, R. 4, E.) in Chichasaw County, Mississippi. Also an "Over land Automobile" No. 83 model. Said sale will he made to satisfy said indebtedness and the cost ol exj ecuting this trust j The title to the above dercrided property is believed to be good but I will convey only such title as vested in m; asTrustee. This the 11th day of January. 1917, W. P. KNOX, Trwtee. Fell Off Until He Only Weighed Seventy Pounds. Takes Tan lac and Gains Twenty-One Pounds. H'll tell you the, truth; if I knew this laniac was not K'oing to be sold any more I would buy every bottle on that counter over there before I left here tonight," said VV. A. Spiltzer, at Patton Pope's Drug Store, Birmingham, recently. Mr Spelzer is a well known painter employed by the Tennessee Coal, Iron and Rail way company, and resides at 910 South Sixty-Eighth street, Birmingham. I "Before I began takincr it I only weighed 135 pounds, Today I got on the scales and tip ped them at 156 a gain of 21 pounds and more than I ever weighed in my life. That's ex actly what four bottles of Tan lac did for me. Just look at this belt! I had to let it up four inches and it is still tight on me. "About seven years ago I com menced having stomach trouble, and it kept getting worse until I began having attacks of acute indigestion. When these attacks came on me I would just swell up like a mule with the colic, and got as limp as a rag. My breath would get' short, and my heart pulse so weak, I was afraid my would stop beating. The stomach pump had to be used every time, as this was the only thing that would relieve me. Finally my kidneys went back on me, and I don't believe I was out of pain night, or day for four long years, and'l actually got so weak I could hardly stand on my feet much less work. I was fading away fast, and got down to where I only weighed 70 pound?. I was almost a walking skeleton, and I tell you I was flirt ing with my grave, and guess I would have been in it if it hadn't been for Tanlac. For four years I couldn't hit a lick of work." I guess I was as near dead as any man you ever saw to be alive. But, look at me now; I am strong and as well now as I ever was in my life, and can do as big a day's work as any man. "Yes, sir, if ever a mortal man has been through the rub I am the man. I have paid out, I guess, not less than $2,500 in the past six or seven years for doc tors' bills and medicines, and have -bought enough medicine from drug stores in Birmingham to own an interest in one of them, and I was lucky not to have had an undertaker's bill to wind it all up. "I have been a painter all my life, and have had painter's colic several times, so guess that had a lot to do with my condition. Anyway, there seemed to be nothing that would straighten me out. 'Every time I heard of a hew medicine I would get it. I read of Tanlac one day, and that's one time I hit it right. That's what saved me. Why, Tanlac just raised me right out of my grave. I can now eat anything and 'actually I eat so much I get ashamed of myself. My landlady said the other day she would have to raise my board. I told her, though, she must remember that for four years she made money off of me, and that I was only making up for lost time. Why, seven or eight biscuits at a meal don't satisfy me now, but I just quit at that for fear I will overdo matters, but everything tastes so good to me now! And sleep! why, I never would wake up if they didn't come and shake me. I havn't a pain about me now." Tanlac is sold in Okolona ex clusively: by W. E. BEARDEN, and in Houlka exclusively by J. W. HOWARD & SON. - Adv. m HUE co, . LOUISVILLE, KY. Liberal assortimM full value paid FURS Hleee an Coat IUm "4 y You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she nepds a tonic to help her over the hard places. When th."t time comes to you, you know what tonic to lake Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful a i a ii . success, and it will do the same Jfor you. You can't make a mistake in taking 1 The Woman'o Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. P. D. Na. 4, Aim, Art says: I think utrm tt me grossest mesnnim an carta. for warmen. Befoaa 1 heata to ftftt Ottftil. I $ weak m1 wrtnrsr mt Hi cue awM Hm spells and a peer an2e Krsr I feel as w5 tm as strong as I tsdr clsl a4 &m 4& ttact aafaTaxV Begin tftklnf Gaftti! teSay. 13t ay a3 rfedtas. nnnnnnnnm Limj Ji"" kir i-b $CO M M I S S I O N M EN ffl Your Telephone a Money Maker If busy farmers, who are selling their stock and produce at good prices, were to be deprived of their telephone, they would readily place the value of the instrument at anywhere from $5.00 to $35.M a day. You will find the secret of the prosperous farmer's success lies in his prompt telephone communication with the local and city market. It is our endeavor to supply yon continuously food tele phone service da and night. Our rates are reasoaable. Southern Telephone and Telegraph Co. Okolona Miss. A Card to Owners of Rural Telephone Lines We are anxious to see that all lines owned by other parties and connected with us are kept in such condition as to furnish efficient service. Where the owners of rural lines are responsible for their upkeep, we want to co-operate with them. All lines require a thorough, overhauling occa sionally if the best service" is,1 to -be '-obtained;1 ' We recommend.; that feyery line connected wijiros be overhauled at least once a year, and ;that at lejbt one experienced, telephone man assist fit this work'; The cost of this work when divided among all the patrons of the line,' makes the amount paid by eacli man small, and this cost will be more than offset by the improved service. . If the owners of rural telephone lines in this sec tion are experiencing trouble with their service, we will appreciate their talking the matter over with our Manager or writing us fully.' We will gladly do what we can toward helping you improve the con dition of your line. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATED BOX 182, TUPELO, MISSISSIPPI. J. C. Whiteside Livery, Feed and Sale Stable. Good teams (or- country trips aW !or outings is my spectaJty. 'Phone i Cumb. V. , , 214. MONEY TO LOAN n Improved Farms ia Monroe,' Lm and Chickasaw Counties . T. C. BERRY OKOIX)NA MISS.