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T1IF OKOLONA MESSENGER.
SSSj 3tlfyuffit aiIfyctzi QkcZo-na,, a jiti&tt ppesi --.'iciccita fyu7ity It is pretty generally held by agriculturists that land once fertile can be made fertile again, for where nature could build a soil, man can do the same by putting ' nnlnrp's lnwa intn nnorntinn hpnrp thp Avinr "T.nnH la nnt wnrn nnt manilv run tnnrn " . . . . .....w r , j ...fc,, " "' Some Okolona Boosters . MERCHANTS & FARMERS BANK Standard Farm Mowers W. E. SAVAGE. President ale TieS GEO. W. COLE. Vice-President oiflLONA HARDWARE, CO, Does A General Banking Business Lowest prices for COAL best Merchandise What about your winter coal. Now is the time to buy. Next Chickflsaw Dry Goods ilkelyT111 Company be prepared Okolona's Give us yur order todav . "SHOP OF QUALITY" OKOLONA ICE FACTORY V The Same Story from two A man from near the Gulf of Mexico said, "This is the first trip I have made to Okolona since I came through here with Forrest, and I know this is the finest farming country I ever saw. The largest and longest ears of corn I ever saw were in the fields in this section." k man in the North said, "I was on two raids (Yankee) through your section (the prairie belt). It is the prettiest farming cbuntry I ever saw. We burned great piles of wheat and corn. At night the sky was red from the burning grain." What these men saw may ie seen here again if our people will do some real farming. Some Okolona Boosters wa. sh.f?rme I THE OKOLONA BANKING CO, and women ' w . v Edwin Clapp Shoes for men Wants Your Depos.t Manhattan Shirts and r. w. chandler, "re dint I Underwear - . . , J- e, edens. Vi-pridnt , Onyx Hosiery j B F ELLIS-c,,hier Everything to Wear . 0Idest in the Coim(y J.Rubel &Co. FIRST NATIONAL 'RANK I Seymour C. Jones Okolona, Miss. , HARDWARE & FURNITURE Is a Member of General Contractor Federal Reserve System "! BUILD anything" WHEN IN OKOLONA CALL ON THESE BOOSTERS iiiiiniiiiiiiiimn SX2i I am a Raolr puts a man out W commission while it lasts. LulilC UubH mnmmt la tnrtiir. Hf can't work, or ' even get about to amount to anything. For quick relief, apply l BALLARD'S I SNOW LUNIMENT It Is a Powerful Pain Relief ' Rub it in well over the affected part It warms and relaxes the , contracted muscles, and relieves promptly. It is equally bene- fictal for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Stiff Neck, Sore Muscles, Cuts, J Wounds, Sores, Burns, Scalds, Tender Feet, Chafes and Swellings, '. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per boll le JAS. f. BALLARD, Proprietor ST. LOUIS, MO, ESQ viniiiiiiiiiiiiiTtn iiiiiiiiiiiii:c Sold by W. E. BEARDEN . " IF YOU WANT TO REACH, ANYONE ANYWHERE IN Mississippi Tennessee Georgia Alabama Arkansas ' Louisiana or Anywhere Else Tell our. Long Distance operators about it. Our lines reach not only the cities, but the villages and hamlets as well, insuring for you Ithe best service . and the least delay. , . We employ every known modern improvement in our '. equipment. Our facilities are developed to the to the highest state of perfection. There is no better service ban we offer you. . THE PUBLIC ' are not slow to recognize a good thing, which is evi ' denced by our rapidly increasing toll business. We want you to enjoy its benefits too make a note of it .now to transact your out-of-town business over the Long Distance. The Practical Popular Way Try It Southern Tel. & Tel Co. The Beauty Secret, Ladies desire that irre sistible charm a good complexion. Of course they do not wish others to know a beautifier has been used so they buy a bottle of Magnolia Balm LIQUID FACE POWDER and UM according to simple direction. jrapro ment ia noticed at once. Soothing, cooling ana) refreshing. Heaia Sunburn, stop Tan. N Pink, While. WrW. 75c ml "DratgUlt er iy mall oViect Sample (either color) for 2c Stamp. Lyon Mfg. Co., 40 South Fifth St., Brooklyn. N.Y. McGiU Settlement News A drertise Your Business Mrs. S. F. McGill and daugh ter Iva Kate visited Mrs. McGill's brother, at Brewer, Friday, who is very ill. Mrs. B(ll Smith spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. J. Marler.. Mrs. N. A. MfcGill who spent last week with her grand-daugh-ter(Mrs. John Anderson return ed home Sunday. Mr. Kelso and family and Mr. and Mrs. Marks of Aberdeen spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hadley. (Written for last -week.) Miss Lorette Porter of Brewer spent part of the week with Miss Sirlu McGill. v Mrs. N. A. McGi'l was the guest of her ' son S. F. McGill Tuesday and Wednesday. i Miss Ola Smith spent Sunday night with Miss Sulu McGill. Mrs. Addie Hadley spent Wednesday with her daughter Mrs Bert Ellis. Mrs. Addie Hadley spent Mon d; y afternoon with her daughter Mrs. J. B: Reifers, Sr. - j Mrs, Joe McGill was the guest of Misses Ada and Lillie Sue McGill Monday and Tuesday. . ' Miss Susie Reifers spent Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. Will McGill. - Mr. atnd Mrs. Uslysses Smith werevthe gu$ts of the latters parentslMr. and Mrs. John Smith Sunday afternoon. Mr. C&l Hadley who has been spending several months in Memphis returned home Satur day. 11 Mrs. R. B. Murphree spent a few days last week with her sister Mrs. S. F. McGill. Mr. Willie Burlison and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Cummings. The young people enjoyed an ice cream supper at Mr. Reifers the fourth. ' Misses Sulu and Jeffiie McGill visited Misses Ola and Daisy Smith Sunday. v Mr. Cliff West and family spent Saturday and Suneay with Ms. Allie Dallas. Mr. Jim McGill left Monday for Arkansas to spend some time with his brother. S- F. McGill and daughter Jeffie visited Mr. and Mrs L. T. Eiland Monday afternoon. Mrs. W. G. McGill is visiting her mother Mrs. J. B. Reifers this wek. ' ' - Mrs. S. F. McGill and Mrs. R. B. Murphree werecalled to Brewer Sunday on account of the death of their brother Mr. Tommie Armstrong. Our hearts go out in sympathy to the bereaved. XX BRACE UP! Do you feel o'A before you time? Is four back bent and stiff? Do you luffer urinary dtioorders? . Don't de spair 'profit by Okolona experiences. Okolona people recommend Doan'a Kidney Pilla. Here's an Okolona resi dent's statement T W. H. Hall, shoe & harness, repair er, Church St., says: "I have been severely injured in my back a couple of times and I believe that was the cause of my kidneys giving me trouble. Bending over at my work, ns doubt, helped to, make my back weak and painful. Several years ago wh'l: living In Amory, I was bothered that way and I used Doan's Kidney Pills. They strengthened my kidneys and my back stopped aching. I can rec ommend Doan's' Kidney Pills to any one afflicted with backache or weak kidneys." V Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-r-gei Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Hall had. Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. On First Symptoms use "Renovine" and be cured. Do not wait until the heart or gan is beyond repair. "Reno vine" is the . heart and nerve tonic Price 50c and $1.00. adv. Disagreeable and Dangerous Trouble i3 Diarrhoea, but speedy and certain cure is found in Missis sippi Diarrhoea Cordial. Price 25c and 50c. -adv. NOTICE OF SALE BY TRUSTEE By virture of the provisions of, a certain deed of trust executed by Will Nabors and his wile Charlotte Nabors to C. W. Gilliam dated April 9ih, 1914, to secure the payment of an in debtedness therein Riven, which said deed of 'trust is of record in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Chick asaw County, Mississippi, in Book 115 at page 588 of the records of deeds of trust, and which deed ol trust, was transferred by the said C. W. Gilliam to H. C. Glidewell on the 7th day of July, 1917, said transfer being of record in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Chickasaw Coun ty, Miss., in Book 121 at Page 609. and default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness . therein given, I, C. C, Joly the "trustee in said instrument, at the request of the said H. O. Glidewell, will offer for sale and sell to the highest and, .best bidder for cash, within legal hours, in front of he Court House door in the town of Oko! ona, Chickasaw County, Miss., on Monday, August 13th, 1917 the following described properly to wit: Two acres of land, more or less, in N. W. Corner of S. E. Quarter, or nearby, in Section 7, Township 13, Range 5 East; beginning at the N. W. Corner of the Quarter Section, meas ure One acre for the church and from the Church measure Two acres run ning on the line, and then South One acre wide. The said Two acres to be measured from the boundary line of said Quarter Section. ' '.. The title to the above described land is supposed to be ' good, yet I shall convey only such title as is vested in me as trustee. . Witness nty signature this the 10th day of July. 1917. C. C. JOLLY, Trustee. women Gardui, the woman's tonic, hclpd Mrs. Wil liam Eversole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read' what she writes: "I had a general breaking-down of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. 1 had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe, r A friend toid me I had tried every thing else,' why not Cardui?. . . I did, and soon saw it was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S C AST Q R I A NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ISSUE BOND General notice is hereby given that at their regular meeting in August. 1917. the Board of. Supervisors of Chickasaw Counnty, Mississippi, pro poses to issue bonds of the road dis trict composed of the 3rd Supervisors District of Chickasaw County, Missis sippi, for the said road district, to be used in the construction and maintain ance o"pub!ic roads in said District, under the provisions of and by- virtu of the authority of and in conformity with. Chapter 176 of the acts of 1914 of Mississippi. Witness my hand and seal of office this 5th day of July, 1917. W. A. WILKINSON. Clerk. TAKE 8 The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, diz zy, worn-out? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the ' com plaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands women who suffered should help you health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui, She will tell you how helped her. Try Cardui, 71 All Druggists UtJ I r'J Pi of other H '1 back to i-i C N Profit q. Books. The profit of books Is according to the sensibility of the reader., Ths profoundest thought or passion sleeps as In a mine, unless an equal mlod and heart finds and publishes It BaMrson. Drives Out Malaria, Builds Up System Tilt Old Standard genera! trecsrtbeoing toad. OXOVK S TASTELESS chill TONIC, dtivea Out t alorhMmrlctaes Use blood.aad frttldaapUi ay, tea. Atnutcnic For iulta tod cbUueu. .,