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TIIE OKOLONA MESSENGER. OKOLONA, MISSISSIPPI
C s li H !! Mauam, kaisins Cost Less Now So Get Their Benefits and Their Flavor in Scores of Attractive, Money-Saving Foods DUE to greatly increased crops, even though production costs are still much higher than in pre-war days, raisins now cost almost as little as before the war. Use this luscious, energizing, healthful food lavishly, therefore, in scores of "plain foods" like rice pudding, boiled rice, bread pudding, Indian pudding, and in cake, cookies, pie, and with the children's cereals, to give them "lux ury flavors" at "plain food" costs. Raisins are both good and good for you. So take advantage cf these lower prices now. 4V: Not Mor Than 20c Yr mail should 11 yon Sun-Maid Seedtd Raiaitw ia IS ox. blu pack for mat man thai iOc. 'II Sun-Maid Raisins Seeded Seedless Clusters Picked under moit unitary condition) in froh, clean cartonl. Very highest quality. Inaiit on Sun-Maid Brand, the kind that you know it good. New 1 1 os. Package Toar rrtiiler should Mil you SuB-Mid Swotd tm4 SeditM Kiuim ia II m. Eckit to aat man tiua 15c Not Mora Than 18c Your rttiita should m11 yoe Sua-Miid Stdltst Rauini ia li o. rrd packa for Bat aura thaa lie. r 31 1923 SUPERIOR Chevrolet Roadster This car averages the lowest operating cost per mile. It has style, finish and equipment that completely out classes all competition in its field. It is the ideal car for daily use by farmers, salesmen, business or professional people, and all who want the most economical trans portation for one or two passengers, with ample rear compartment for samples, luggage, etc. QUALITY has been still further improved by more artistic design and added improvements. ECONOMY has been still further increased by engi neering refinements and greatly broadened production and distribution facilities. SERVICE is now offered ora flat rate basis by 10,000 dealers and service stations. PRICE remains the same, in spite of added equipment and more expensive construction, which have greatly increased value. Some distinctive features of the new line are: stream line body design with high hood and crowned, paneled fenders; vacuum feed and rear ftasoline tank on all models; drum type head lamps with legal lenses. Cur tains open with doors of open models. Closed models have Fisher Bodies with plate glass TemsteAt rpfTuInted windows, straight side cord tires. sun visor, windshield wiper and dash light. The Sedanette is equipped with auto trunk on rear. See these remarkable cars. Study the specifications. Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan SUPERIOR Two Passenger Roadster - -SUPERIOR Five Passenger Touring - -SUPERIOR Two Passenger Utility Coupe SUPERIOR Four Passenger Sedanette -SUPERIOR Five Passenger Sedan - - SUPERIOR Light Delivery $510 $25 680 850 860 110 Nothing Compares With r j t aJ Jbr Economical Transportation Cherrolet Motor Company, Detroit, Michigan Division of General Motor Corporation World s Largest Manufacturer of Low-Priced QUALITY Automobiles, "Inereare 10.000 Chevrolet Dealers and Serv ice Station Throughout the World. Dealers and Parts Depots Wanted in ell territory not adequately covered. LIFE'S LITTLE jests mr, . FORCE OF HABIT, MAYBE "Who Is the fellow In a upon cart That's) Harold Heartbreak, the movie star. He get paid big sal ary for Just making love to beautiful women." "In case like that a man would bar some Inducement to work ever time." "He's evidently been working over time. His wife is suing him for di vorce and names six corespondents." Birmingham Age-Herald. Has Been About Some. "Tour boy has graduated?" "Yes." said Mr. Grahcoln. "Now he wants to go abroad and see something of the world." "Why don't yon let blm see America first r "You couldn't Interest him In a proposition like that He traveled with the football team. ENVIOU3 Fish: Gee, he's a lucky guy, he can hug eight girls at oncel Censorship. Boon ahall we ae aome fancy trick a New moral atandarda to secure. When censorship brings politics Into control' of literature. Apparently. "Boss, Is you connected with de courthouse?" "Yes." "Kin you help me out? I wants marriage license." "No, I'm a police magistrate. Best I can do Is to give you a year In Jail. You're after a life sentence. Can't Fool Her. The Poultrymnn Certainly, ma'am. It's a thls-year's chicken. I'll guaran tee It. Mrs. Junehrlde I don't see where you get the nerve to tell me that when I distinctly remember they were wearing the same style of head orna ments two years ago. A Little Bit of Blarney. Mistress Maggie, I can't have yon entertaining policemen In the kitchen. Maggie Sure, mum, an' It's a big heart ye have. I was sayln' to Michael O'Flinn only last night that If I'd spake th' word ye'd let us have th' drawln' room. London Answers. The Difficulty. "He's kinder to his second wife than he was to his first." ' "Yes, hut his second wife keeps In slstlng that he's not nearly so kind to her as her first husbnnd was." Dubious. "Is your place In the hall of fame secure?" "Dunnn," said Senator Flubdub. "T don't feel any too sure about my sent In the senate." FRESHNESS OF THE PAST Wifey: The eggs are stale. Why, I asked the grocer if they wee fresh. Hubby: What did he say? Wifey: Absolutely. Hubbyi You must have misunder stood him. He probably said: "Ob-eoletely." Wretch. i'ha barnyard golfer had no aharoa. Nor sense of right and wrong. He played a ringer In a frame And boasted loud and lone. At the Concert. Mrs. Bllltop, Sr. Do you know that beautiful song she Just Bang? It Is one of the old classics, Mrs. Billtop, Jr. Yes, Indeed. I've Jazzed to It many a time. Possibly So. Her Second Husband No, I chn't go out with you this evening. I have some work to do at the ofhVe. Mrs. Pstinjier You've neglected me shamefully ever since we've been mar ried. If my first husband was alive you wouldn't dare to treat me so. Signs Tell. Jack Halloa, Bert, who's the girl? Bert What d'you mean? Jack Well, you're not wearing a collar like thitt for fun, are your London Tit-Bits. Alter Th:roi3!i Trfc! q D:.rcl!, aitjtliaa t.iwll UIimUJ I W I M ilu il The following letter written from Detroit, Michigan is no snap judgment expressed on the menu ol 1 e-ru-na, the well known catarrh remed y, but rather a mature, sober opinion formed after a full year's trial. This la the way Mr. Michael Fako of 9uo East Palmer Avenue, In the Michigan Metro polis, writes i "After using FE-KTJ-NA for about one year will say I have found it a very (rood medicine for ca tarrh. It has helped me a trreat deal and I am very well satisfied. I have gained in weight, eat and sleep well, my bowels are regular ana better eolor in my face. V H ft b. (l i - i "FE-BU-NA has done wonders and to me is worth its weight In gold. I shall continue to ate rc-UU-SA as long as I live and recommend to my f ciends who are troubled with catarrh.' Nothing can be more convincing than an en dorsement of this na ture from an actual user. There are many people in every com munity whose experi ence ,ln wing Pe-ru-na, has been identical with Mr. Fako's. It ia the standby for coughs. eolai, catarrh, stomach, and bowel disorders and all ca tarrhal conditions. Put up in both tablet and liquid form. Solo mimiu, Cdtool HssLa airs, . aw- , J 7 v Osera Ckalra, 'Idlis CtUrt, Kiaaertartaa Ck keel aassllea, BlaatLkearea, lOlTTHERU DESK CO EST HlLCirV. m. ft r - ' i 42 years manufacturing the only hiftt' grade, low priced wagon in the wornl Capacity, 300 annually. One-Horse Wagon at J3S.C3 TwoIIortc Wagons at S.C3 C. H. Rtuifll & Son, CkrlurSe, Taj W. N. MEMPHIS, NO. 42-1922. So Different From Hera. Edith "Jack wants me to set the late for our wedding." Miss Flyrte Goodness I Do your fiances take their mgageinents as seriously as that?" Boston Evening Transcript. DYED HER BABY'S COAT, A SKIRT AMD CURTAINS WITH "DIAMOND DYES" Each package of "Diamond Dyes" eon taint directiom so simple any woman can dye or tint her old, worn, fnded things new. Even if ahe hm never dyed before, he can rut a new, rich color into shabby kirtK, areea, waisU, cnata, stockings, wenters, covering, draperies, hangings, everything. Itirv LHamond Dyes no other kind then perfect home dyeing is guar anteed. Jint tell your druggist whether the materinl you wish to dye ia wool or silk, or whether it is linen, cotton, or mixed goods. Diamond Dyes never streak, spot, fade or run. Advertisement. And Starts His Pump. The mosquito Is an economical little aviator. When he lands oq you he al ways shuts off his engine. Boston Transcript. To Insure glistening-white table linens, use Red Cross Ball Blue in your laundry. It never disappoints. At all good grocers. Advertisement. CONSIDER USE OF AIRSHIPS Possibility of Their Successful Em ployment In Making Aerial Ob servations of the Himalayas. Consideration has been given to the possibility of aerial observations In the Himalayas. The range, It appears, has only six peoks above 27,000 feet high, and an aviator flying at about 2o,000 or 24,000 f'-t should have no difficulty In crossing If the highest peaks were avoided, while, If he chose certain of the gorges, an altitude of some 19,000 feet would suffice. The greatest of the many obstncles to be encountered Is the mountain sickness, which occurs In the highest altitudes through deficiency of oxygen. The grad ual climber, going afoot, Is less handi capped In this respect than the avi ator rising suddenly from sea level In his machine; on the other hand, the pedestrian has more fatigue to under go, and this practically equalizes mat ters. The chief consideration In any case Is an adequate supply of oxygen, with a proper inhaler. A Good Word for Him. nans Schmidt was reputed to be the meanest nmn In the neighborhood. He died. Ills body was placed In the grave, und according to an old Penn sylvania tlerman custom the people stood around the open grave, waiting for some one to say some good things about the deceased before filling the grave. After a long wait Gustave Schulz said: "Well, I can say Joost one good thing about Hans; he wasn't always as mean as he was sometimes." XsSor Spring. F1 Anglo-American Druf Co., U5 Fulton St, New York. Dear Sin: 1 am using Mr. Wlnlowa Syrup. It saved my haby from dying of colic, which ahe had for three months. borne ona advised ma to get Mra. Vr lnalow's Syrup and 1 did. Yours trulr, (A ow on rwQuof) Colic 13 ouieklv overcome bv this nleas- ant, satisfactory remedy, which reuevea diarrhoea, flatulency and constipation, keeping baby healthy and happy. Non-narcotic, non-alcoholic. MB&VJIHSLOITS SYRUP The Infant' and Children' Regulator Formula on very label. Write for free booklet containing letters from mothers. At All Dmggiatv ANGLO-AMERICAN DRUG CO. 215-217 FJto. StrA NEW YORK Omtrti SMimt A.- Umvti T. RUkU a Ck.. h... Hm Tm-k,m .Mi,lt,ft VI KiTii!Siiinr yV IuLILTMIKg YEARS PRISON LOSES "CAMERA EYE" Man With Exceptional Endowment Gives Up Position He Had Long Held at Sing Sing. Sing Sing is without the "human camera eye" which pierced through disguises and made alibis futile, for Louis Powers, Bertlllon expert at the prison for 20 years, who finger-printed and photographed more than 20,000 Sing Sing convicts during his service, hus retired. He was famous for his ability to Identify criminals, and for years has been known as "the camera eye of Sing Sing." He was often called on for Information about criminals In vari ous parts of the world, and frequently attended triuls to establish prlBon records of men and women on trial. Besides learning by experience that women, even though preparing for the death sentence, were "very vain," I'owers said he had profited little from his unique position except what he obtained in the way of salary. The Better Plan. "Don't you think she should have her voice cultivated?" "Yes, plowed under." Life. When you cease hoping for the best, yon take an Inventory of what you've got. DIDN'T GET AWAY FROM HIJ4 Discords Might Have Been Omitted, but They Were Very Apparent J to Mr. Splnka. j : ' r. S pinks, the musician, and his wlfw were on their way home from a con cert and were overheard dlscnsslnc the merits of the entertalnmer;. "It set my teeth on edge," Splnksi said, "to hear the orchestra playing 'Yankee Doodle' and 'Dixie at the) same time. The idea Is all right, of course, and even commendable from a sentimental point of view, but the) two pieces, when played together, arst full of discords." "But didn't you notice," said Mb wlftv who Is something of a musician her self, "that where certain notes ear passages would have been discordant they were omitted from one air or the) other and left to the drums?" "Of course, I noticed It," he testfljf rejoined, "but I could hear the dla cords In my mind Just the samef Milwaukee Sentinel. , Highly Displeased. Pamela (who has been told to brosft her teeth) Mother, you always asK me to do that, and It's my favorite thing I hate to do." Life. The truth Is always the strongest argument. Why Risk Your Health? THE path of the coffee or tea drinker is beset with dan gers to health and comfort These dangers lurk, in the Irritant, caffeine, which is the active principle of both coffee and tea. For those who enjoy a well made cup of coffee or tea, but find that it makes them nervous, wakeful and irritable, there's satisfaction and freedom from discomfort in delicious Postum the table beverage of no regrets. Its fragrant aroma and rich, full-bodied flavor are delightful. Postum is made from roasted wheat and contains no caffeine, nor any other harmful ingredient whatsoever. OrderfromyourGrocer TODAY Postum comes in two forms: Instant Postum (in tins) prepared instantly in the cup by the addi tion of boiling water. Postum Cereal (in packages, for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being pre pared) made by boiling fully 20 minutes. . POStlim FOR HEALTH "There's a Reason" Mad by Postum Canal Company, Inc, Battle Craak. Mich.