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THE OKOLONA MESSENGER.
I Business Notices A general line of Gale-Hooper Hows and Cultivators. Okolona Hardware Co. For Sale I offer for sale my house and Sot on Schoor street. M. J. Browder. Peter Shutler Farm Wagons. Okolona Hardware Co. The grand stand at the Ball Park will. be sold at 10 o'clock Saturday. Be thereof you want some lumber at your own price Local News. If you are going to buy a New Buggy this Spring see Okolona Hardware Co. Several . Houses and Lots Qkolona for Sale. Apply to, T. M. Dean. in Just Arrived -Big car Ameri aft Garden and Field Fence. Okolona Hardware. Co. We carry full line of School .SooksV All Books Strictly Cash. W. E, Bearden. 0.ie 14x32 Cro339tt Silo for Sale. Never been put up Price right as I don't nfced it and want to sell. T. L. Word, Southern Phone, Okolona Miss. For Sale One registered Her ford bull and about a dozen grade heifers some three-quarter and 3ome half breeds. Apply to H. G. Glidewell, Okolona, Miss. - Notice. Because of the fact that the san itary inspector will not permit a pressingshop tbbe run in the same building with certain other busi aessand that.candy-making is one of these it is7 up to me to move or eease doing pressing work. So 1 will hereafter take no pressing work, but will continue to do tailoring and devote my time al most entirely to clothes made to .measure. This change will en able me to devote my entire time to this class of work. Hodeck, the Tailor. We carry full line of School Books. All Books Strictly Cash. W. E. Bearden. Just Received A car of Old Reliable Milburn Farm Wagons. Okolona Hardware Co. If you have hemstitching to be done see Mrs. Chambers, Price 10 cents per yard. Pe ter Shutler Farm Wagons Okolona Hardware Co. Just Arrived Big car Ameri ean Garden and Field Fence. Okolona Hardware Co. For Sale Home grown Winter Turnip Seed. Call at the Messenger Office, Wanted Good reliable man So operate cotton yard this season. Write or come to see 3)e. S. C. Jones, tf Okolona, Miss. If you are going to buy a New Buggy this Spring see Okolona Hardware. Co. Wanted Dealer for Automa tic Light Plants in this territory. Young man with some electrical txperience preferred. Address: Automatic Light Co.; Ludington, Mich. For the Reliable Standard Mower3 and Rakes, also Sweep Hakes, 6ee Okolona Hardware Co. We carry full line of School JBooks. All Books Strictly Cash. " ' W. E. Bearden. - Mrs. Jack Abbott is visiting friends in Jackson. Frank Elliott, Jr., spent first of the week in St. Louis. Miss Clem Cox, of Leland, is visiting her mother here. Rev. 0. P. Armour, of Houlka, was in the city first of the week. Miss Lucille Alvarez visited relatives in Mobile first of the week. Jarnes Vice and T. J. Bearden have gone to Bellbuckle, Tenn.,' to enter school. Mr. Roger Scott, of Baldwyn, has accepted a position as elec trician for this city. Miss Emily Abbott left Wed nesday for Vicksburg where she goes to enter school. Mrs. Frank Herndon' and son, Frank Murrah, are visiting relatives in Booneville. The Woodmen Circle will meet Friday, Sept. 26th. All mem bers are urged to be present. Rev. J. H. Holder, of Holly Springs, is conducting a revival meeting at the Methodist church here. Mr. R. T. Megibben, Manager of the Princess Theatre, is spending a few days in Marian na, Ark. Misses Reva and Ruby Ford Harris. left Sunday for Nash ville, Tenn., where they go to enter school. Fred and Doris Streibich left last week for North Carolina where they go to enter Davidson University. Miss Ora Lee Robbins has re turned to her home near Shan non after spending several days with relatives here. The Winston County Journal of the 12 th, tells of the marriage on Sept. 10th of Miss Mabel Dr. Geo. W. Truett,'of Dallas, Texas, will speak at the follow ing places in the interest of the Baptist 75-Million Campaign: Jackson Sept. 25th, Meridian Sept. 26th. Dr. Truett is recog-l nized as being the leading preacher among Southern Bap tists. Hon. W. J. Bryan says he is the world's greatest preacher. STEEL FENCE AND LIGHTNING.. (National Crop Improvement Servlct. In the summer time when the thun der enps appear in the sky and the storm sweeps down on the farm, the farmer thinks loss of his safety than he does of his live stock. When the stock is In the field during the storm, It may happen that the animals drift against the wire fence which may be heavily charged with electricity and are shocked to death. The ordinary fence built on wooden posts should be prounded every sixth post. To "ground the fence" means to twist a piece of wire six or eight feet lon around all of the line wires of the fence and then dig a hole In the ground near the post and bury the other end of the wire. The hole should be dug deep enough so that the wire comes in contact with moist earth. A fence so grounded, offers no danger to live stock during the thunderstorm. The wire fence built on galvanized steel fence posts is already grounded , at every post and no thunderstorm with Its discharge of lightning can Injure the cattle Inclosed by such a fence. BURNING OUT WEEDS.- National Crop Improvement Service. Dirty fence corners and fence lines are the spots from which weeds are distributed over the farm. Cleaning the corners by hand, pulling the weeds, takes care of the corners, but the ex tensive fence lines cannot be handled In this way. Anyone who has tried cleaning fence lines erected on wooden posts, by burning, knows the danger and anxi ety of the work. However, when the fence has steel posts, there is little danger In burning. To burn a fence line select a day when the wind Is blowing across the line, and Are the vegetation when dry, from the windward side. If there Is large accretion of dead vegetation along the line the fire will be very hot and may damage the wire, so remove any brush heaps, etc., be fore burning, The burning of the ac cumulation of, one year's growth will ANCHORING FENCE POSTS IN HOLES AND GULLIES. . - National Crop Improvement Service. A properly constructed wire fence, with the weight of two men, bends to conform to almost any surface. In setting the post in a hole or-low place, It is advisable to wire a piece of wood or a stone or an anchor built for that purpose to the bottom of the post and then throw a few stones on the top of this and tnmp the earth around the post. Attach a strong wlre-or a pair of wires to this anchor and fas ten It to each of the line wires to take the strain off the staples. A combination tilting and lifting gate Is quite a convenience. It is so constructed that it can be tilted at one end so that small stock may ro tate from field to field or the entire gate may be raised 12 inches to swing clear of snow and Ice. v In ordering a gate, specify the width of your gate aiid allow Jor latches anrt liinses extra. Scrivner to Mr. C. L. Hightr 5 r-Krt-injnrEr thr wrr Misses Nettie Conner, Messrs. W. P. Conner, Earnest Conner and Robert Brewster attended the Stacy-VaHiant wedding at McCondy Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bell and daughters have returned from a few weeks visit in Kansas City. They were accompanied home by Mr. - Bell's nephew, James Flanagan. - Mr. and Mrs. J. Rubel have returned from a several weeks stay in Indiana, New Jersey "and New York. While in New York Mr. Rubel bought a complete stock of goods for J. Rubel and Company. The out of town guests here for the Chandler-Edens wedding ace Mrs. Vester J. Thompson, of Mobile, Miss Lois Cooper, of Walnut Ridge, Ark., Miss Zoe Rayfield, of Mobile, and Miss Louise Pippen, of Elizabeth, Miss. In this issue we are giving a number of games which may be used by the teachers of the coun ty with good physical effect and with the assurance that such games will speed up study and materially increase the "daily attendance. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. East, Mrs. J. y. East, J. W. East, Jr., Mrs. H. L. Quinn, Mis3 Margaret East, Mr. Johnnie East, Mr. Charley Townsend and Mr. Dud ley Brand, all of West Point, at tended the East-Smith wedding here Wednesday afternoon. The G.JA's. met September the 12th with Alice Fox with eleven members present. . Scripture was read by the President and several interesting pieces were read by different members. The roll was called and each member responded with a verse. After an hour had passed, delightful refreshments were served. Ad journed to meet next time with the secretary, Mary Hodges. ALL TIRED OUT Hundreds More In Okolona In th Same Plight. Tired all the time; . . . Weary and worn out night and day; Back aches; head aches. Your kidneys are probably wejjk ened. l You should help them at C&eir work. Let one who knows tell you how. Mrs. M. F; Stephens, 411 . S. Chestnut St., Aberdeen, Miss., says: "My back was so v.eak aad lame and ached so I could hardly get around. If I were on rr,y feet long I suffered the most and by spells of two or three days f couldn't do anything. A tired feeling clung to me and I didn't have' any ambition. I didn't know what brought on these troubles, but I su?pe:ted my kidneys were disordered. . I often be came dizzy and dark spot floated before my eyes. Doan's Kidney Pills were Anally braught to my notice, and as they were highly recommend ed, I used them. Thsy helped me greatly." , Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Stephens had. 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' 'l lll-ll III I II II I III ' I, m 1 '"I"' ' .11 ' ,, ' ,u 1 I 1 I ,.1 ' r ,, ,' ' I 'I. ' l' 1 "1' 1 1 U' 1 ' !.,.. I1, If, I ' 1 I I , " ' ,,, I Ml II I ,1.1111. Ill ...II .til Cmeta are aold avarywhare in acientificnlly aealed pack age of 20 ciffarettea ; or tan packagea .300 cigarettes) in a glaaaine-paper-covered carton. We atrongly recommend thia carton for the home or office aupply or whan you travel If you want to know what rare and unusual enjoyment Camels provide smoke them , in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price ! CAMELS are a cigarette revelation any way you consider them! Take quality, or refreshing flavor and fragrance; or, that wonderful mellow-mild-smoothness you never before got in a cigarette smoke! Yet Camels are so full-bodied and so full-of-satisfaction you marvel that so much de light could be put into a cigarette! Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them so irresistibly appetizing! And, the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! You will prefer Camels to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! YouH realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant ciga retty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor I Once you know Camels you won't take much stock in premiums, coupons or gifts! You'll prefer Camel quality! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Win.ton-Salem, N. C . i I;::.!:: Iliilv!!!:!.:::1!::.! ;::tii;!!:!tf:i!ij:fiiijjj::jli:; ::::i?::ii;::;::l:::::::::::i::miHI"!::!:i ::':'h!!:!!!!:.'l::M!;i::!'-!TlH -,l'-'-" -Nil III, II. ...I,. fltillili'K iiiiiliiiliiiiiiipiijiiiii Illiiillllfllllllilllllfl iiiiiiiMiyiiis ALFALFA LANDS ! ! ! LANDS, LAND'S SAKE, LANDS SLIDE, LANDS SELL The world's best Alfalfa Lands; better than Belgium's best. My uncle says it is as cood, and none better,' unless it is in Belgium or France; he knows, he saw both. This good land isj in Mississippi, and it grew the premium alfalfa of the whole bi world. I could tell you what alfalfa i.s. but you know. I could tell you how many time.? you could cut this alfalfa each year, but you would think that another month would need to be added to the year. I can't tell you that t!m land 13 a diamond in the rorgh, but it will buy the diamonds already shining. , I can't tell you that it h a gold mine, but it will buy the gold ready to spend this alfalfa that grows as ma.ic as the wind. Only a small, black, irrasy, strip of this land in Mississippi, and some of it is not for sale at any price, and the best that was for sale we listed it, and bought options white the land was low in price, and this is the way we' have the bargains to offer. We can prove that we can sell yo.i the land cheaper than you can buy it from the owner; since land everywhere has advanced in price. Call on us: S..R. Baker, at. Aberdeen, Miss., and VV. A. Houston, at Okolona,' Mis3. This is where good health is, where good roads are, good schools and churches, where people will meet you half way. on anything; this ia away down South in Dixie. ? We both have farms and, we farm them. We can show you what we can make" them do, and ou can make them do more for you know how. Write us a letter and we will tell you all about it. Do it now; or come on the" next train. We will show you at our expense. We know we have something that is worth more than the price or we could not afford to make this talk. We bought this price on the most of it and bought "as much of the, land ourselves as our money would take. Now these options do expire; don't be too late. J If you have sold your land here or if you do, it will not cost you much the 'Dear dd not have Colds Cause Grip and Influenza LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets remove the cans. Thcra ia only one "Bromo Quinine." C W. GROVE'S iaatur en box. 30s. to see what .we have to show you; and you will enjoy the trip in Old Dixie Land." It will make you think things that you vouk thought thinkable. ' Do not be afraid of yourself, or afraid of anybody, because you do not have to buy, you remember. We have other lands besides this good alfalfa land to show you. We have good corn and cotton, wheat and oats land, all kinds of grass a;.d dover land, and the rich Delta land where the long staple cotton grow. I would tell you, but all the world knows, it's the best cotton. You weir it day and night; have to have it just like things to eat. ' . And stock. I woulrl not have time to -tell you about" the live stock that just comes cn like weed?. No trouble to notice to pet stock ready fcr market. The ltl i rg feeder in the world is dewn there, and he says it is Hog Heaven-1 know you can ro there. I am sure we will have any kind of land thnt you -vrr he; id of to shew .ycu;: fcr if it's made out of dirt we have i ! . -.. S. H. HAKEU incAlTY COMPANY, Aberdeen, Miss. W. A. HOUSTON, C!:o!crn, Jliss.