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Aid to Busy r oiks
The telephone aids the b\ ' * in touch with neighborhood the rush season. He can call his neighbors in the evening and discuss the events of the day and arrange plans for community work'after the crops are laid by. Every farmer needs the help of the telephone. See the nearest Bell Manager or send a postal for our free booklet and see how small the cost is. FARMERS* LINE DEPARTMENT INCORPORATED. 192 SOUTH PRYOR STR -:ET, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. Episcopal Church Service. There wili be a special service in the Episcopal church on Fri day night of this week, Novembtr 7th, nt 7:30 o’clock. The Right, Reverend Theodore Dubose Brat ton will be the preacher. A most cordial invitation is extended to all to come and enjoy the service. Mr. and Mr| G. M. Hubbard spent a few days in Iuka last week attending the funeral of their rel tive, Mr J. B. Hubbard. Mrs. T. P. Davis, of Taylor, spent a few days in our city last week the guest of her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. L H. Howard and children, Miss Alice Cathrine and Master Morgan, left Thursday for a several days’ visit to relatives in Jack son. ) Mrs. J, L Trusty and little son, Master Hugh, spent last Saturday at the Tie (Plant, the guests of Mrs M. V. Higginbotham. Miss Ruth Teat, of Paris, after a week’s visit to relatives and friends in our city, left Saturday to begin her school near Coffeeville. The best part of the wheat is made into Elect Flour tor NOLEJtf BROS. ---♦ The W. M. U. of the Baptist church has two nice quilts for sale. Will also do quilting. See or Phone Mrs M. W. Jackson, President. Mr. B. H. Payne left the latter part of this week to take in the State Fair fn Jackson. Mrs. Will Kennedy and two children, of Oxford, are in the city for a several days’ visit the guests of Mrs. P. E. Dooley. Mrs. Mary F, Woods returned home last week from a Couple of weeks’ visit to her sou, Mr, Will Woods, in Sumn.er. Mrs. H, W. Hunter* returned home last Saturday from a few days’ visit to Mrs. J. W. Walker, in Oxford, Mrs. Clyde Lucas and little son, Master Clarence, spent last week in our city the guest of her parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J.F. Atldiugton. H e sell the Pure Itibbon Cane N} ru]).(Um'l from lice liilhofl opiuli « ciuul} , ■ i'— sissippi. I ry a gallon from it 01.1. A llitO». Mrs. A. R. Strickland left last Saturday to attend the State Fair in Jackson. Mr. W. H. Thurmond has ac cepted a positiou as salesman : the Hardware store of Buckle* Bros., and invites his friends to call and trade witn him. Mr. Edward Baker was up from McComb and spent a few days with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Baker, last week. Mrs. Fred Myers and children« Miss Ruth and Master James, re turned home Sunday afternoon from a few days’ visit to relatives in Grenada. Everette Cock, GENERAL INSURANCE FIRE, ACCIDENT, LIFE, BOND AND TORNADO INSURANCE y'oar Patronage is (^Appreciated / . . Jv ‘ .