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.9MMMttIMIf ---. . .. -- yt ? liunficiiH Notice I 'ffMMIilMlftlf f MfMt I nrn niht f' r Monarch Tailor Intf Co,, f L'hjffiK", tind H. H. lturt of Clili'ffKd Mid '.Viiulil llki tt tnke your irn-muro f tr ,vni KttllfMilt, Mmmv price. Hnl to fltd Ion U(ll!'l.t"tM, IIOUMU, tho Tailor. Until liUiH'l. Foil Fan: W iwru farm, mh' Inllc ft rm ()kolo,,a, t r irmimli'uto iut If S. 0. .I.M.'.t. lluve your car i'op;iri'd, b.il.l chargod, or vulcanizing doiio ul .WoplvMiij Ciaragt', liV i.).;tV:i ht Seymour Junci Jildg. All work gUHiaiiUxd. -TuMcaii at ait hour. . 4tp ; , The OlsoloimHepair Compmj has .deployed Mr. '.. Maicu, ol Shannon, Mia.s. Mr. Matenrisa first class smith and a No. 1 lorseshoer. Give ih a trial. The Okolona Repair Company has bought the Grist Mill that was in the Whiteside Stable. We are located in the Joe Reeder old stand. This mill will run 6 days in the week, We will make ' your meal at any time. Come to see us. ' Don't forget that there is a new blacksmith shop in town. The Okolona Repair Company will appreciate youritrade. Give us a trial and we will prove it For Sale -Registered Duroc Jersey gilts, Defender Strain, six months old, papers furnished. $16 to $20. W.T. GARRETT Okolona, Miss. Sales Representative You can double or triple your present income selling Goodyear Liquid Roofing Cement the easiest sold and most satisfactory for repairing leaking roofs on the market If you have faith in your ability and are willing to back that faith with good hard work, your income s practically unlimited. Permanent position, exclusive territory sales exper ience helpful but not -absolutely necessary. Send for application bldnk'" and "further particulars. Scales Employment Manager, Standard Paint & Load - Works, Cleveland, Ohio. ForI Sale-3 Dairy Cows, 4 heifers, 1 young bull, ene 3-year old Registered Holsteih bull, weighs 1500 pounds and two Registered Duroc Jersey Gilts. ; a : g; w. pigg. 2p C : OHiolona; Miss. Lost Strayed or Stolen from rn,y lot one red and black spotfe'd, bari$W-" pg,..1ipfQrrria tjp,"!, leading to its retioyerywUI be "B p r eci a ted a n d r e war d ed; H. L; Morrisonr s .11 : DON'T OVERLOOK THIS A; Careful Perusal '. Will -Prove'' Itt Value to Every Okolona Reader. The vraa man' Is a doubter, and there is, little wonder that thl Is bo. Misrepresentation make, people skep tics. Now-a-days the public ask for better evidence than the testimony of strangers.' Here is proof which should convince every Okolona reader; W. II. Mai!, shoe and harness re- jpalrer. Church St., Okolona, -says: "1 J have been severely Injured in my (back a couple of times and I believe nat was the cause of my kidneys gir. me trouble. Bending over so ich at my work, no doubt, helped make my back weak and painful, awn's Kidney pills strengthened my idneys and jny back stopped ach'ng. il can recommend Doan's, K'dney PUls 'to anyone afflicted with bickach or V)ther trouble from weak kidneyp." .; I Price 60c at ail . tfealflrs. Don't 'imply ask for a kidney remedy get loan's Kidney.: PUls-the sama'. that r. Hall , had. FofcterMiHurn Co., V 5 ' $ Still,, She's Long SurTerrns...- - .', CLicaga wife Bu.'rig for d;vorC3 lains that he suffered ' "sis kUss year a." Well, even that's i better than k'x f-nacUoss years ladclphJa r LM nr. ,. ' " - Local Newo. W ftro irqnmtcrl Pi announco thut kIioo1 will ic-opi'fi Monday, Ncvfinhi'r JHili, Mr. M Itutiel. I), H, N U tlio Ku'l of hi i j:iri'itt, Mr, tux mi:I Mr.4, J. UhIr'1, Mm, J, 1 1. Jowa wr ntMo'l t" Merll!f lu.4 wtfck on uccouiit uf tin; tlt'iiih f her motlicr. Mm. rup'Mind (lnturlitfr, M!n .'.tnlili'H, of llfn.it.ton, (tt'o frnt-il'i f Mr, un j Mm. Ainlft-A' C;-o: ;.,ry. Mr. Z, l ll-iwklriiJ, of tlM U. :!. ;!. Mi.-.ls-ijipi, I;) Hp"iid'ri:r ;i ,'v (),"V8 with frienda hero and in Vnrdamiin. ...... Mr. and Mrs. II W. Chandler aro thy proud grand-parents of n 7i pound grandson, bom Tues day; Nov. 12th... Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ellis and daughter Leita' .ppnt ( Sunday with their son Bennia at the A. and M. College. " Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gregory and little son, of Memphis, spent last week with Mr. , Gregory's parents-at Tanglewood. Mr. Charlie Bramham, of Atlanta, was the gdest Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Berry and Dr. and Mrs. J. A.- Rutledge first of the week. Miss Maia Morgan, who is at tending school in Columbia, S. C, i3 spending a few days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. D. F. Morgan; "i; ' i . Miss Helen Glass left Saturday for Magnolia to resume her work in the High SchJ after,; spend ing some time ljere on account of the influenza. w r r; ; , , Miss Marion Glass has resigned her position with the First Na tional Bank here and left Satur day for Vicksburg where she has accepted a position. Mr. A. M, Boyles has returned from a pleasant visit with his wife and daughter in. Boston arid his son, Sergt. Harry ; Boy les at Fort Henry, Kentucky. ' ' There were 7', 482 bales of,, cot ton, ginned in Chickasaw County, from the crop of 1918 i prior to November 1, 1918, as compared with 3144 bales ginned to Novem ber 18, 1917. ;; t Chandler LaGrone, of -Chamberlain Hunt i, Academy, Port Gibson, is spending a few days with his parents,! Mr. and Mrs. C. A. LaGrone, on account of ihe influenza epidemic.' i ! Born to Maj. and Mrs. Vester J. Thompson,' Tuesday at II P, M. on the second dayafte'r peace was declared, a "new American soldier boy who will be waiting to welcome Daddy., back home from over sea duty. ; Miss Ciscille Harris was operated on at Tomer's Hospital in Meridian Monday for appen dicitis. Her many', friends will be glad to know that she is get ting along , nicely and we hope she will soon be able to return home. Grove' Tastefoss chill Tonic , destroy the malarial tfennt which art transmitted to the blood by the Malaria Moeqnlts, Price 60a $100 Reward, $169 ' ' The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Us stages and that Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur faces of tlio System thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the con stitution ana 'assisting nature in dping Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curative powers of Hall's Catairh Medicine that they offer Ona Hundred Dollars for any caso that It fails to cure. Send for l!st of testimonials. -Addrcrs F. J. CHF.NET ft CO.. Toledo. Ohio. Sold by all Dru?ist, 75c, To Fly tha Flag. Tho proper way to narg a flag from a flagstaff is on halyards, or ropes, by which it may be raised and lowered, and which allow it to follow the direc tion of the wind. 'The union1 should be in th nrper ecrncr next to .the polo; , the' flirociiou cZ -L'ri wind,. ?r ecu re 9, controls th 3ii-pil!nn of ths stripes. WtflSEIEUWlfl WORK -AGEn? mtO RELIEF ARMY Crcnt Orpnlzatlcni Which Are Ifolphjj to Kct; Up tho Morals of ri;ht!ng fti!.bn3 Unita In Cah-.pr.lcii lor $ 1 70, COO W V.'l.h (iilltlciftlj (if iAifl'Tlnill llll Oli w:ir Unii N, In m iil,; y-tAti; - (liiM.-n ilii'l wHh i Mfjlff.,tlfce ( Aiiit'l'U c!tn wi i. ii ii fit ft.n li.d f.til, all n( ;,i :vi' In tlio Mi;.ci,(l(n'i diiiU t It'", 'worl'l nii I'o fur tli iiio I'ury, u tnvi ilui. licxilvi1, ii'ti iShcm WlKt rctitnin in ' th L'nlifil Hnil(iln- tliiijM'f fciii.il- Iiik lloitK to tliw Hnvo ii.it V.mifv hfliliitl ilii'in for ilii- ytTlt 1 of ilii.; yar, Tli iiKriwIen Uii'i:iiij;!i,v.t!!('li ;1iU vnil be ar:otiiililMt'd 'uit; , JuliujJ.v In " tint Unlled Wnr Work Cuini'ii'I;;ii. '', ' ; ;i' From beltiR pfyh Uw. clftufctto ,,'pr chocolute l ar, with Uliich lie ulitjll hi hunger In the fciry 'of "buttle, to llio thinti4c:nl enteHuljiiiunit or tho' ath letic Ktinies, which rolux h!in Into iior mnl eoi'-.fort utiw wevks ot : terrlfUi combat, tho; Amerlcith 'tigWr li de pendent upon tJie continued elTOrfs oj the Y. M. C. A., the t.V. C. A., tii Natlonul Culhullc War Council and lv, of C, the War Conip t!onitnnnity i!n tee, tho Jewish Welfare iloar(l, ilu American Library Association and tha Salvation Army. To carry on thM work the combined welfare orgnnlza' tioiM are seeking ;a fund of $170,600,, Q0a. ,,. ..-, A The Y.'M. C.fA. provides 538 huts In American v training cttnips anj!j uqr than 800 ia tha war none as centres which the fighters can use as clubs, schools, theatres, stores, churches, Hi brarles and writing rooms. More than f.OOO men and women hnd been aen overseas er approved for oversea i work by early autumn and 3,822 went serving in American camps at home. ' T. M. C. A. huts are the, canteens of the American Expeditionary Force an are the theatres, where the. American entertainers, sent over by the "Y," apJ pear. Noted American puWIo, men and1 clergymen speak hi tlio hut.' Classes are conduoted therat. .Millions of letters are written there on paper provided free by the "Y.ft ,niysiC8l directors o the "tM teach ' and spread mass ath letics, using materUI ifurnlshed. iroo by the organisation. The Y. W. C. A. does similar work for the thousands of American women i!Jwrjww TerfejisignidJcpjTpp telephone .operators purses and Kftbih jWahillon Iworkeril: It providda cafeterias, rest and recreation centres, , entertainment and reading for 'these- ' women and girls. .Thb :r; Wt!. .VTuTtiindirig 3n tutjon to soldier welfare, .vtyk. In . training rnnips was-the establishment! of Host ess ijrtusea, "wher the soldier or Sailor may receive tils' mother, wife, sister or sweetheart in the surround-l ings and atmosphere of the best, hpjue$--,'r f.i,.rl m fvlrvKfiC le'NatloiharCathoric' War Coundt' cfBftefj al ;tho!tc;ty.fate rkj In "support ' of yie governmant and houses for'ju- fghtars in nil a Amerl- K. of C. provides entertalningment, movies, boxing bouts, educntidunl eiW?eau1hVnrfftkrfdtid v Htlftg VoonA. In jrrftfn?e rt rieitS roliine rtpnti tnr!sc-( i companies the Ahierli-nh army, fheirl Ing away clgarettes.cookies,' chpco lates, soap and towels. U-0i - The K. of C. had (?.00 workers ,l,n Fwct?jBWaiKlW18 abfc fihtntiin. , with 450 more passpd by the govern, ntitaU nti . iOO' ethers Signed1 up. - At the same date tbey had 4G3 secretaries. !n; American- trnlnlhg' camps; 150 build-' Ings,' flftysiXi uwi-e, ; In n Umi fourse. -of erection ana contracts lei tor uiiy more. War Camp Community Service functions exclusively In. AinCrica, Its special mission feeing to "surround the camps with hospitality.".v In place of leaving the , soldier ot sailor to the promiscuous companions and diver sions formerly his Jot, . the organiza tion obtains for him the best to be had in communities adjoining camps or through which he parses. W. C. C. S. obtains for him Invita tions to dine, bathe or spend the day in the best homes. It introduces him to the best women and girls at social gatherings, church entertainments, theatre parties. It arouses communi ties to provide concerts, athletic con tests and other wholesome diversions for the soldier, and to drive out or discourage the vicious elements which have been historic camp followers. The Jewish Welfare Board Is corre lating the strength and purposes, of 100,000 Jewish soldiers, sailors and marines with, that of the Gentile sol diers.. The board tenches the Unglish language, Amerlcnn civics-nnd ideals to thousands of youn.3 Jewish men who were Inducted Into sen-ice after only a few years' residence In this country. While safegimrdln;: his re ligious rites, the board assists in. the process of welding the Jewish sohlier into the solid American unit and In bridging over the differences between hiin and tho others. "The American Library Association is providing rending matter for cxery Amerlcnn soldier. s;;i!ort i-:rrinu.. prisoner of wrr. Ji ! ;;'.( 'io'"-.t. crlng and foi-v,;uiin tiuw. imiioi fturuh ul OrrMinjf Report Okolotm, Mini,, v "; Nuv, ft, IIMH,---rrK,;Wll1'r'.litl(, (!linlrinnii VuUkUy, . IUC, Clikbiauw'fiHptcr, Dvur Mrn, r.inillii i Am pli MFtil that wofiicn C Ml? Ml Tllftiti' ns(l f( v;i,tU in nit lit." '' l'.tT.hi'iUcrm Of Itillllf'!;:!, tlio Qcitil I r nil' Ur.if'iit m:r;l on! (Ir,svli,t',n wcic pin)" up Ptitl )hit!ftl nt U.c pm-'f I Iff ..' I u'ar.t i j t''ii. you ; th.'it 1 fl. hot k'liivo. i t'Vcr'it'iw n1 nlcef r.hlpifjcnti 'i li' V v,T nvi.il btrjuti fully iM:tlo. 'J'lirt'.! iomJi,Jl 1 x i I artfo (tanz'j Sjun'M " vvcro shipped' ori' U-tuler ',1 4th. j Tin: Inst luilf of tin Octoberj iillat; incnt, .tUrcii hundred lnon 4x4 Cauze Sppntswfcilton J.Tm 1st; VVo'iibw have u widly number of women vKorkipK i.i,Uifetej:art-- ment.' . ,v -' ,-y'..-; At the feci ie?t. tf V'Mflyor" -amj Other City bfricial.i togitt her with Doctors' of,. 0 k olona,:w a . ...can JLeei f department of Red -Cross was opened .;tr, help put ire the in fluenza; epidemic. A erup kitchen was opened in a building up town on October 30th and to date 140 patients havebeen ierved-Bonp .nd Otner,dihle, I We wrsjh tp hankj eVeriy wlio sndlfOfferlid-tIr services f.nd wish to thank atf the laQiea who have.. been so faithful and especially the young ladies. - V Mrs. Fred Streibich, ' Chairman-Instructor Sucgical 'L Dressing' Departrnent Chicka rr saw Chkpter, A. R. C. Okolona. For InClsestlcn Constipation r ' ' Cillousness .'! Just try oao 5Q-cent bottle of LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN.? "A" Liquid DiiesUvt Laxative pleasant to take. .Made and recohiniendortto the public by Paris Medi cine Co.,Taaivafacturers of Laxative Bromo Quinine and Grove'a Tasteless chill Tonic. . ' ""7 u 3. palmer, Okl-t rites:r.4 rtFrom lHe time t en i'.lred 1 lnto;'PniiuP.' ... I looked with dread . . from one month to 'the' ' ..next. I suffered with my. , back nd DeBngwil ,. ifintil , life , t jntwas : ; ' a' misery ' 1 would Ihiiik qSMX&ot' feodureirfliel rpa5tL,anTi longer, r,. c grafttally got worst. ;H 4 ' oMng ceme4 t( Wft 1 me tmta,-one day, . ".' I: decided top?? . -v rSnn i. The yi Oman's Tcaic 1 fUUK iUUl UUIWV9 Mrs. Jones goes on to say, "and was not only greatly relieved, but can truthfully say that I have not a pain. . . "It has now been two years since 1 tookCardui, -and I ant still in good . health. . . I would sd vise any woman or girl to use Cardui who Is a - sufferer from any female trouble." If you suSierpain caused from womanly trouble, or if you feel tie need ol a good strengthening tcnic to build up y ourrua-down system, take the advice of Mrs. Jones. Try Car dui. It telped her. Wo believe it will help you. ' hhj -All Dngistsl H. p. if n ! ;lrtf ;- i.T. .-v. ... J .'.. 114 t 111 IEGIB1G OF E10 fWUMM Ihcl.irfl frorrtm tJrcat- ft DiHfovrry of MKii-rn , ; ', , Timin , ., 1 IlllWM't vo'illriiMM lit lilh pit. ill In thlf vlplnlly rvcf t'l'i nvv li,s(!uvirj', Iro'cn, wM'MHfttlut and It'itdlni!; V milhorSdfi rjfiiiifi vjll royoliitl'ii izo tho irc'iUt'iint of iUi'fli(, Iroj-n will Wffhlii 4i liiirt Xirtu, tbey ilvclmt', m n ;i;d iitilvpriry,7.nrii.jiulfrini ; frfiin th(i7:iult3 rprlcd Wy j!,,i p?t inmibftr of pt-ople wlntury takftij; it, tha boitiili n cf oftho end o( chfortic .Ui4cn.4 .. I t already,: in sil'lit. : ' ' ' 'i ; u. . It i3 claified that Itoeivfs thb, n&it which luppH'-'KatUrtr, withho e!emeiti:; sire 1 ' requires for- thVregenoratioh iof the blixxl and.vital powers;: and ia th? jrreatpst .discovery ewi knoiyn for' ,.t!io,;. treat men t ot pHy si cat and nt?ryou3 weakness. '-it ia pointed out- by scientists it) supporting,. tKeir;, claim3 .for Irog'en that the, world 's greatest physieians, such men as Osier, Fussell, Bartholow, Addison, DeCosta and others, whose tfooks are studied in pur medical colleges aiit'a &naufted by physician, Jvecywherevhave stated that weak blood (anaemia) is the cause-' of physical weak ness,, faintnessrpalen V.fertf go, shortnessf'q briVinjd renders the patteht dangerously susceptible to all kinds of diseases .OT-u"'1 vThey.say.that. itvis now known in fact that every herve4 muscle and" vital organ6f the human body draws, i$ nourishmeat and FURS! ,rf ,r,n4 WANTED BY . Vrr 11 ... AT THE 6hb 6l M?LL . . . . rWefedy the fiighest market-price triO'pdssura, TiFtj Mfabt Iic(oIiskrat, Cow JIides,s Horse I and MuieiHides,Beeswajc Tallow and Scrap Iron. r, .. a Phone: Day J.S. ighttfs rnr-s cifj "ra jt'" 'rv ! ttst:R 'aWJA 00f'v . i at public auction, oii iriy farm & l?ifiiiJs:r':.es!i&fl Okolona,' oil ? 3 Milch cows and cnlves, 4iiiules, I wngon and ail my forming' implements, household and kitch cn fitrniturc. I will also oflPcr ibr salo or rent niyhomei consist nig of 100 acres land well improved and located - "'". . near the city limits of Okolona. Comeaiid buy wliat you ! wail i ni vour o wn price. THE IS If siem tlir-rofurft IN Htrnnuth from Uui hloi, mo thnt onf'ji bliKxJ U Ui9 uiifttlllfitf' hanyntcr of utrcnjEtli nnd hffillh of thu lwdy, ; , 'I ho iotcUeni lMion? thy tclt "ir, to t drnv.'ii from Lhhqn facta ittnj oii'j thnt Ii of bcnoiUi'to tha puMiiJ, nt Ui-ftn If ijiat weak Mo rj 4 u :viry coinnioii condl tion nmi thut phyaic'dl find weak hcvjiwii ire daie. BiihU which rnvst ho proipptly cofroctcJ in vdv to r.void permanent Injury to the constitution. ;'iWicyiadyiso tlio' '.public not to take? chuncetff, but if the nerves aird Mctsclos are pot b j strong as ttiey sliutiU,je, if on! feels weak; languid, blue, and discouraged or if the food does not digest properly or give natural strength, no time should be lost .'a supply ing the blood with. the strength en u)jj:r element ; found :in Irogen, i4,nid is none, mey aeciac uw n,rj?(3 :, will ' gradually -CjBecome steady and the phygicStiirigth and power of endurance and the natural flesh will return, until, one looks and feels physically dtA Vvarning is given,' ftowevart that i.owingto its elJ-knQ7n flesh-building power's Xanyllse who, for anyreason, does net: desire to add fiesh is advised not ttftakelrogcrf. lmk?mn' the product . mentioned above, is now on eala iii Okolona by W. E. Beardea and in Woodland by the Wood land Drug Co., and by the lead ing druggist in practically every city, town and village in the state. adv. FURS!! W it is . Jp R . rs 3 rrs jr-a ri : i .