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ZIICKIE, THE PRINTER'S DEVIL 4- "c S ' -f Ae all mmm .The Mistake Is Made by Many Oko lona Citizens, Look fur the cr.uae of tackuche. To ba Hired you mutt know the cause. If it's weak kidneys you muat set the kidneys working riht. An Okolona residuut tells you how. Mrs. M. 1. Farmer, G itlin St., Oko lona, nays: "A'ci.'g iu t'.ie f:.ll of iast year my back started to hurt. I had uth catches in my back I cuuld hard ly got up or uown. I felt a:s though my back were being pulied apart. I could get no rest at nipht, there was such a constant pain clear down to my hips. I Just rolled and tossed all night. tryiuK to g' t rest. A friend recommended Down's Kidney Pills and got me to try them. Doan's cured nie so well 1 haven't needed a kidney medicine since." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't imply a.k for a kk'.r.ey remedy get Doan's Kidney Tlils the same that Mrs. Farmer had. Foster Milhurn Co., Mfrs., Iluffalo, N. Y. WW SAEETY I Is what vou want when you stow the products of your toil. We give you not only this when you place your cotton with us, but we keep it safe all the while. Our receipts are A-l security the world over. U. S. Government Warehouse Co. At the Old Coupress W. G. STOVALL, Manager Okolona, dicr- dvStrowF of 1 th day's BBS. U.S. PAT. OfF. " -' i vi I 1 h I' f- - 5 Roof leaks rc!j yoa Prevent damage to building and goods by protecting with Fibre Coating. THIS coating is a wonderful roof renewer because it is made of genuine Carey Asphalt and Asbestos Fibre the fibre is the binder. A roof of any kind (frequently even if it has already begun to leak) can be repaired, renewed, built-up and made to protect you perfectly for many years with this REAL Asphalt Coating. It comes in all sized containers, from gallons to bar rels. Applied cold with a brush. Gives you, roofing ser vice at low cost per year. Used now, it prevents leaks ' and damages. We can fill your order promptly. Okolona Hardware Co., Okolona ; flississippl oo -we u-nve Bring the Children When your "children need their hair cut bring them to this shop, We have a clean sanitary shop that invites your trade. Give Ua A Trial Will Vann's Barber Shop 'i j Stop a Ccugli Qui;:. tti HAYES' hEUJNG IICNEY. b medicine whicii stops tlie cou(iii by he jhng the inilnmed an! irritated tissues. A box of GROVE'S O-PEN-TRATE i 3ALVE for Chest Colds, Head Colds and troup is enclosed with every bottle of ' HAYES' HEALING HONEY. The salvo shnu'd be rubbed on the chest and throat ;f children suffering from a Cold or Croup. Thn hetYmt effort of Haves' Healing Hey In the i;mtw ci-mi)inod iih the iienliLirt etTret ol i;tnvi 0 iVn-Traie Salva thruuth tiie iuret oi thi: nAiu 90-xi stoa coutfli. i"o remedicw are packed In one carton t.nd the CMi c.r tre combined ucutmeut U c f. a Iii-st ask your dru!i3t for K AYES' LulLti; HONEY. FIRST" Mississippi t 'tM&m. - 'i It! . "Si! M I If IZSBTl By Gurlof Sutras REO CHGSS WiS8 I!! FIGHT FOU HEALTH Better, Stronger Citizenry Now Emerging Out of Work in United States. The Amerlcnn T!p1 Crop tm in evangelist of better health has looked its problem fqnare In the face. How It accepted the task revealed to It In the nnUon's physical condition brought out during the 'JVorid War, and conscientiously applied Its activi ties to correction forms a vivid chap ter in the forthconilnK annual report. Historically and practically, nursing is a basic work for the lied Cross. In ita public health nursing service, in In struction in home hygiene and care of the sick, nutrition classes, first aid and life savin"); courses and health cen ters, the American Ited Cross is ap plying effectually the lessons learned during the war nnd making for a healthier, stronger and better nour ished citizenry. The task of the Fed Cross Public Health nurse In the l,"l() nursing serv ices now operating throughout the country Instructing their communities In health essentials and disease pre vention is demonstrating the possibili ties of human betterment and the great benefits of enlightenment. During the Inst year 313 new public health nursing services were establish ed by Red Cross Chapters, and several hundred services do convincingly prey ed their effectiveness that they were taken over by public suthorlties. In order to promote this work $.'iO,HK) was allotted to provide women to prepare themselves for public nursing. The home visits made by the 1,210 nurses aggregated nearly l,r00,000, visits to schools numbered 140,000, nnd In six months 1,2.")0,000 school children were inspected by these nurses and where defects were found advised examina tion by physicians. In rurnl commu nities this service has made a very marked advance and has won thou sands of converts to approved methods of disease prevention. In home hygiene and care of the sick instruction, which tits the student In methods of proper care where Illness Is not so serious as to require profes sional service, the Ited Cross conduct ed 3.SS4 classes during the last year, enrolled 2,".")0 instructors, fn,4IS stu dents and issued 42,1'm(1 certificates. On June 30. 102, nutrition service embraced 1,109 classes, with a total of 27.S23 children and 2,.".S! enrolled dieti tians. Seventy-eight food selection classes graduated 733 who received Ited Cross certificates. In general health activities Ited Cross Chapters maintained 377 health centers, serving as many communities, provided 33,701 health lectures for large audiences ev erywhere, while clinics numbered over 10,000. Red Cross Gains Strength in All Foreign Fields In insrhir jkisncssIotis of tin? United States n;:il in foreign lands the Ameri can Ited Cross scored heavy gains dur ing the last year, passing the. pre vious membership high marl; of 1918 by 4.2GI ard udvnncing the IHrure to 15(3,408. The Philippines take the lead, gaining nearly 100 per rent, now having 115.017 members. In Kurope the 1921 li.ll Call enrolled 11,125, with tl(e Constantinople Chapter re porting 005, a gain of 3.'5 member. China was 1,732 members, a gain of TilMi; the little Virgin Islands have 1.000, while the Dominican Kcpuhllc with 2,927 advanced from its previous high murk by 1,423 new members. Haiti, organized In 1020, now has nearly 1,000 enrolled. Mexico reports 354, a gain of 327 in one year. The Amerloon Red Cross has spread Its membership over some 70 foreign lands nnd Its Junior membership out side of the United States Is close to 700,000. Mahojany Tropical Tre. Tha 1 ...... . i aim uiitj iiiiitiKMii.v wni.T ID tropical countries, particularly In Cen-1 tral America, the West Indios. Mexico' nd Peru, though small ornamental trees nr? grown in southern Florida. (-The western- sumach or mahogany f-ews In lower California. 31,441,48s A YEATS DISASTER RELIEF COST Red Cross Aided 145,003 Vic tims in United States Losses Total $30,000,000. 8eventy-two disasters, with hnn- dreds reported killed and injured, and more than 145.000 either homeless or requiring assistance, called for finer- g-ncy relief measure and the ex-, penditure of $i,4ii,4sr,.:!i3 by the tlZn'' 111 to a statement based on the forth- j the 30th day of October, 1922, ' 21st day of October, A. D. 1922, coming annual report of the lied i at the Court House door in the J at the Court house door in the r;::- JL? ZtJ Okolona. ChickasawiTown of Okolona. Chickasaw while the overllowing of rivers, the breaking of dams and torrential rains drove the greatest number of people from their homes. The property loss was estimated at more than $30, 000.000. The year's disasters reported In cluded twenty-six floods, nineteen tor nadoes, fifteen fires, four epidemics, two theatre collapses, two shipwrecks lapse, mine explosion, railway colli- sion, nnd a drought. Of the floods In the United States that ut San An tonio, Texas, caused the greatest property loss, $0,000,000 and the high mark of fatalities, 100, while the flood In the vicinity of VIcksburg and Natchez, Miss., forced 31,000 persons from their homes. A National Calamity In the Red Cross disaster relief records there will probably remain for many years one calamity which touched nearly every ntute with a sense of horror and of loss. This was the distressing collapse of the roof of the Knickerbocker Theatre In Washington, D. C, resulting In ninety-six deaths and 125 persons Injured. Situated In the center of the beauti ful Northwest residential section, this motion picture theatre was patronized by many persons of prominence both in the official and civil life of the N'a tiont'l Capital, whose family nl per sonal connections radiated out over the entire country. The horror was Intensified by a terrific snowstorm which though It retarded, did not block Hod Cross relief. Airship Crash Finds Aid at Hand The crash and delruction of the O. S. Army's large airship Iloma In Vir ginia last February with the loss of 31 officers and men and 11 Injured was the first disaster of Its kind to call for Ited Cross relief in this country. The suddenness of the accident tested the preparedness of the organization and of the Chapter at Hampton, Va., but the response was Immediate and relief furnished the survivors, also funds for the expenses of relatives of the dead, who on me from long distances to claim their own. In the year's oversea record for aid rendered by the lied Cross are two fires In the Philippines, one In Manila, which destroyed 1,000 homes, with a loss of $!,500,0t0 and 5.000 persons made homeless, the other at Tonlo, which drove 3,000 from their dwellings. In medical relief that was quick and effective the smallpox epidemic in San Domingo, which had a total of 22.000 cases with 225 deaths In a single day. tested the readiness of the Ited Cross for action, and the same can he said of the Siin Domingo hurricane, which killed 12 persons and rediutvl the homes i f 1?2 persons to wreckage. A flood In San Salvador, with a death toll of 50 and 2,000 refugees, was also effectually handled by the local Chap ter of the American lied Cross. R?lief Machinery, Perfected The year has seen the further per fection of disaster relief administra tive inr-r.siw-ps In cverv field of Ameri can Ited CM-nss activity, and that the Work may be carried on to til greater accomplishments the American Hod Cross is appealing for widespread re newal of membership during the an nus! Koll Call, to he conducted this year from Armistice Ihiy (November 11) to. and including, Thanksgiving Day (November 30). Exit Humorist. While making a tour of the souther itates. we were driving nlong n couu Ty road, when a farmer came walking foward ns. One of our crowd, a hu moris1. thinking be would have some tun v. Itli liie man. stopped the car, ind taking a ::.:! -.?:.' .o l a inng izine. gave n n-.i -if i t, .! ! - - ipri'--io:i of Billy Sumlnx V... , y. r;:.l l!r:V.t. ilie man looki d nl iiiia a lit'lo uueeriy, sut his band In his pocket and gave liui a card. On It were the words: I am drat."- Exchange. Trustee's Sale Notice Pursuant to the provisions of a certain Deed of Trust execut ed by Allen Jone3 and his wife Mrs. Hetty S. Jones on the lGth day of September, 1921, to se cure a certain indebtedness therein mentioned to tha Okolo na Banking Company, which Deed of Trust is duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk's office of Chickasaw County Mississippi, j . " .i in Deed hecord Book No. 140 at paKe 28G, I will, as Trustee in said Deed of Trust, on Monday Lounty, Mississippi, within legal hours, offer for sale, at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, the following described property, to-wit: The South-West Quarter of the South-East Quarter, and the West half of the South-East i Quarter of the South-Easfc Quar- ter of Section 1, Township 13, Range 5. The North-West Quarter of the North-East Quarter and the West half of the North-East Quarter of the North-East Quar ter of Section 12, Township 13, Range 5, and all that part of the South half of the North-East Quarter of Section 12. Township 13, Range 5, that lies north of the center of Matubbat creek as said creek now runs, making a total of 190 acres in that tract, also 2i acres land, more of less, in the North-East corner of the South-East Quarter of Section 12, Township 13, Range 5, and being all of said South-East Quarter that lies North of Ma tubbat creek as it now runs. The title to this property is believed to be good, but I will convey only uich title as is vest ed in me as Trustee. This 29th day of September, 1922. W. P. Knox, Trustee. 'n Vor-ns In 3 Health i"t ti - rti: OfA.tv.ed Attn Sorn: 3 teivo a.i T.i- ' ':. trk ''.itAISs ';.-.'' :.ivea r.:u- orthree ween will enrich he bl.id. .,:iWion.andQcto8atfpn.-raiSt;fi,h- ei tiie vhole system. Nati:n. w;'.l tra-n .,.,)).,..) Mil-wo'.-; : - iV " .jo .ti. i lvataut 10 l, mi - v ;.-'.;. ... Z. ANNIE LANGE, cf K.F.D. 1, Burlington, Tex., A'-. '' writes as follows regarding herepcrience withCardui: "Some lima ago 1 had a nervous break down of some kind. . . I was very (( ; ) iug spells and suffered a great dsal, f but more from Hie weak, trembly, else. I knew I needed a tonic, and needed it badly. 1 began the use cf Ca.dui to see if I couldn't get some strength, as I knew of other cases that bad been helped by its o o c ) o Tiie Won:; Huh! JVhassat? Trustee's Sale Notice Pursuant to the provisions of certain Deed in Trust execute-5N by Elijah Johnson and his wi;j . Arleva Johnson on the 3rd daj of February, A. D. 1921, to se cure certain indebtedness there in mentioned to J. W. P. Bog pran and M. E. Leake which Deed in Trust id duly recorded in the Chancery Clerk's office, of Chickasaw County, Mississip pi, in Deed K2t-ord Book, No. 12G page 4S7, I will,' as Trustee in said Deed in Trust, on the j County, Mississippi, wunin leg-ai hours, offer for Bale, at public j outcry, to the highest ladder for ; cash, the folloging described property: The NJ of the NWJ of Section 17, Township 12, Range 5, East, in Chickasaw County, Mississippi. One bay horse about nine years old -named "Henry", One bay mare mule about ten years old named "Kate", One bay mare mula about nine years old named! "Ida", One mouse colored horse mule about nine years old named "Bill", One black mule colt about 13 months old named Mary", One, red and white . spotted cow about six years old .named "Lilly". i This trust includes aTl proper-ol j ty acquired since the same v given and the increase of saiu" J cow. The land herein described was the home of the jrra.itors and all the land and pers inai property they owned at that time. Such title conveyed as is vest ed in me as Trustee aforesaid. This 26th day of September. 1922. T. K. Bog g a n. A TOMC 'lioti's Tasteless chill Tonic r : Frr;-y and Vitality by Purifyi:.: iva idling the Blood. When you ir sirtnjtliening, invigorating effect, at ; it brings color to the cheeks a,: I it improves the appetite, youwi1!' appreciate its true tonic value. ' )';' J Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is ; U ! Ur ar"J nie sanded in syrv, Peasant even children like it. Th.. - needs QUININE to Purify it and Ir t E,rj,., jt. JX-stroys Malarial Rem i i . ,, k.. . .u t . , ', W n h-- " sf "Jn;Jtbcnin t, !i. , Ci.! I-liuO. J:'- Break-Down use. I soon saw a great improve ment, so I kept it up. I used seven o bottirs of Cardui, snd can say the f money was well spent, for I grew well and strong. Am now able to do all my housework and a great deal of work besides." If you are weak, run-down, nervous and suffer from the ail- ' menis peculiar to women, it is very likely that Cardui will help ( you, in the way it helped Mrs. ,' Langeand has helped thousands v of others, during the past 40 years. ( Ask for, and insist on, Cardui, u () . 0 iti bj S -N v-V -V s - lv V: