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THE i OKOLONA MESSENGER.
1 HISS 7 SllfyUfflci' anQettc QkaC&rux,, a JLoz SPiaxiivx, Uckaxw- Himtu Trade Day at Okolona, October 1 7th. Get ready for it. Some Okolona Boosters MERCHANTS & FARMERS BANK Standard Farm Mowers Bale Ties W. L SAVAGE. President GEO. W. COLE. Vice-President I ' vemeill I W. H. DEAVENPORT, Cashier OKOLONA HARDWARE CO. Does A General Banking Business Lowest prices for COAL bestMerchandise What about your winter coal. Now is the time to buy. Next Chickasaw Dry Goods tZ'XJt Company be prepared Okolona's Give us your order today "SHOP OF QUALITY" QKOLONA ICE FACTORY See the Boys' Club premi ums in another column. Watch for the committee announcement later. Get Ready To Attend This i i Show Day. Some Okolona Boosters wSS&?& THE OKOLONA RANKING CO. Edwin ClatpToes for men W.u y.ur Depit Manhattan Shirts and ' r. w. chandler, 'resident I Underwear j. e. edens. vicc-Praidt Onyx Hosiery B-F-ELUS- c'5Kier Everything to Wear 0Idest in the County J. Rubel & Co. and Surplus I FIRST NATIONAL. BANK Seymour C. Jones Okolona, Miss. , 1 HARDWARE & FURNITURE Is a Member of General Contractor Federal Reserve System " build anything WHEN IN OKOLONA CALL ON THESE BOOSTERS Catarrhal Cough Mr. W. a Brown, R. P. D. No. 4, Box 82, Rogemllle, Tennessee, antes: "I feel It my duty to recommend Parana to all sufferers of catarrh or cough. In the year 1909, I took a evere case of the la grippe. I then took a bad cough. I had taken all kinds of cough remedies but got no reilet I then decided to try Peruna. 1 used five bottles. After taking fire feottles my . cough stopped and my catarrh was cured. My average weight was 115 and, now I weigh 148. Any one suffering with ca tarrh In any form I will advise them to take Peruna," Any one Suffering with f Catarrh in , v- Anyfonn I wifl Advise them To take Peruna Those who obiact to liauld rnadl. elnes own proourt Peruna Tablets. EE JIGGLING YOUR HOOK -DOESN'T DO ANY GOOD Oftentimes you see a subscriber frantically jinglind bis telephone hook. That may, in a way, relieve his mind, but it does not help con ditions. The line from your telephone is ended on a lamp signal at "Cet -tral." When you remove your receiver, that light burns until your call is answered. If your call isn t "answered immediately it may man that your circuit is out of order, in which case you should report same to our Inspection Department. Every hour our operator handles several - hundred calls, several thousand during the day, and the average answering time is three; seconds, and in marly cases less. When you use your telephone, remember ihtfl there are several hundred others calling also, and in 999 cases out of ,1,000, the call is answered in three seconds or less ' . ' ' This is not guess work, but actually proven facts. " : DONT JIGGLE YOUR HOOK! " Southern Tel. & Tel. Co. McGill Settlement News Cost of Criminality. Maintenance of prisons in England coats S2.330.000 a year. J. JM. HALEY Real Estate Sells, Bayr, or Excltngm ("ARMS and CITY IT.OFEmT tfVl.P.I!.V 1.P" .., . - ..'... - . .... Death Lurks in a Weak Heart so on first symptoms use "Ronovine" and be cured. Delay and pay the awful penally. "Removine" is the heart's remedy. Price $1.90 and 50c. adv. Childron Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORIA Mr. S. F. McGill and' family visited Mr. R. B. Murphree and family Wednesday. Miss Hattie Bell Edgington spent part of last week with the Misses Reifers. Miss Laura Martin spent Sat urday with Miss Ada McGill. Mr. Will Reifers is spending a few days with his parents; Miss Flora Hustings was the guest of Miss' Lillie Sue McGill Saturday and Sunday. Messrs. Edd Davidson and Charlie Hadley , made an auto trip to Jackson last week to see their sons who are at Camp Jackson. ... - ' Mrs. Joe McGill, of Earle, Ark., is visiting Misses Ada and Lillie Sue McGill. Mrs. Addie Hadley visited Mrs. S. F. McGill Friday. Miss Ivy Marler visited Misses Emma and Susie Reifers Satur day. Miss Ethel Reifers spent Sun with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Reifers. Mrs. J. Marler visited Mrs. Henderson Saturday afternoon, Mrs. John Anderson Smd daughter Jaunita and sister, Margarite Atkinson spent Sun day with Mrs. L. T, Eiland. . Mrs. Charlie Hadley and son attended the fair in Memphis. ; S. F. McGill, Milwee Duncan and John Anderson attended the cattle sale near Tupelo Tuesday. XX (Written for last week.) Miss Myrtle and Gladys Dallas, who are attending school at Buena Vista spent the week end with home folk. - Mr. Wiley Edge worth and family, of Pleasant Grove spent Sunday with Mr. Bill ' Smith and family. Miss Ethel Reifers. spent the week end with her parents. She was accompaned home by Miss Lucy Patterson, of Pleasant Grove. Mr. S. F. McGill and family visited Mr. Milwee Duncan and family Sunday afternoon. Miss Ivy Marler left Sunday for Shannon where she will at tend high school the coming ses sion. Misses Sulu and JefTie McGill Misses Estelle and Opal Dallas. Mr. Tom Marler has returned home. Mrs. Margaret Hadley, who spent the summer with her daughter, Mrs. Lee Davidson, has returned to Mr. Jcsh Hadley to spend the winter. Mrs. Bert Ellis an J children visited Mrs. Josh Hadley Friday afternoon. , 1' , Miss Eva McGill was the guest of Miss t Lillie Sue McGill a few day last week. ' S. F. McGill and family at tended the fair at Tupelo Tues day. XX BROKEN DOWN IN HEALTH Woman Tells How $5 Worth of Pinkham's Compound Made Her Well. llllji yV '3 i IS. i j. -i; Lima, Ohio." I was all broken rWi tn health from a displacenicai. Ono c lady friends came to see me and she ad vised mo to com mence taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound and to use Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash. I began tak ing your remedies and took $5. 00 worth and in two months was a well woman after three doctors said I never would stand up straight again. I was a mid wife for seven years afcd I recommended the Vegetable Compound to every wo man to take before birth end after wards, and they all got along so nicely that it surely is a godsend to suffering women. "If women wish to write to me I will be delighted to answer them." Mrs. Jennie Moves, S42 E.North St, Lima, Ohio. Women who suffer from displace ments, weakness, irregularities, ner vousness, backache, or bearing-down pains, need the tonic properties of the roots and herbs contained in Lydia E. finKham a Vegetable Compound. , Provides for Pure Air. Only filtered air Is permitted to en ter a large German electric plant, which protects Its machinery froja dust wlU cloth screens. ' Prompt Answers It is the duty of the telephone operator to ascertain the number wanted and ring the bell of the party called. If the called party is slow to answer the operator is as helpless as you are. Most of what you might think is "slow service" is caused by the sub scribers not answering promptly. You can help the service by answer-' ing your telephone promptly. When you, Telephone Smile CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated To Cure a Cold In One Day. . Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It atop the Cough and Ueadacna and work, off tb Cold. DriiKeit refund mootjr i it (ail to cur. B. W. GHOVE'S signature on each box. 30c. Optimistic. Sniper "I've knocked the spike orf of 'is bloomin' 'elmet 'e's took the top orf o' my bloomin' ear and It's my shot next! London, Opinion. Childron Cry FOR FLETCHER'S O MrXO R 1 A t t i Reduced round trip fares to Meridian, Hiss. Via-Mobile' & Ohio R. R, Account Mississippi-Alabama Fair Tickets on sale October 14th to 20th, inclusive, with final return limit of October 22nd, 1917. Ask Your Ticket Agent BRADY BROS. CASH GROCERS "WE SELL FOR LESS" Complete line Grocerics'Vegetables, Fruits and h Confections Fresh Bread received daily Omesra Flour Doth Phones . Trcrnpt DcSircry OKOLONA, MTC