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Did You Ever Stop To Think,
That with keen business com petition prevailing, most busi ness men a're prone to increase their business by increased ^ad vertising. That they realize that the people owe it to themselves and to their pocketbooks to read the advertisements. That the thrifty people read the advertising columns because it is a business proposition to do so. Advertise. That advertised goods are best by test. They protect the buyer. Advertise. BLAYLOCK BARBER SHOP “At the Old Stand” First Class Barber Work. Always On the Job Hot and Cold Baths. Your patronage is solicited. R. F. Blaylock, Prop. —r- __j_ mW - - That the mer*ehan$s \vho builds his business by advertis ing, quality and service is the successful business man today. Advertise. That the consistent advertiser always keeps clean, up-to-date stocks. Advertise. That if he had not lived up to his advertising and^tois business dealings he would not be in busi ness today. Advertise. That progressive business men are insuring the soundness of their future growth by ad vertising. That it pays to be known as a live business man. They are judged by their advertising. E. R. Waite, Secrtary. Shawnee, Okla., Board of Com. -o Believe you us, Monday, May 7th will be some day. -o You can’t get much encour agement in a town where you can’t get a dollair. SAYS FAMILY NEEDS $199 EVERY MONTH Chicago, May 1.—Decency, morality and health cannot exist among a family of five on less than $199 a month. The decla ration came as the reply of the workingman to the budget re cently compiled by tlje United statisticians for industrial unions thruout the country, the laborer declared he could not maintain his family on the $151 a month budget proposed by the social workers. -o A bachelor is a man who wears two pairs of socks at a time to hide the holes in each j pair. -o And what has bcome of the old-fashioned fellow who used to tell us that he could drink or leave it alone? -o The average citizen knows by this time that trouble is about the only thing that you can bor row without gilt-edge security. -—o When a man slips on a ba nana peeling he is fortunate if he breaks nothing more than the Ten Commandments. * —-----=3T I After Every Meal | W IfflEYS Chew your food well, then use WRIGLEY'S to aid digestion. It also keeps the teeth clean, i breath sweet, appetite keen. The Great American Ask us how you may secure a | • Continental Cast - Iron Range □ Ask this question When you are urged to buy | j another baking powder be cause it costs less than Royal, ask — “Is it made from Cream of Tartar?99 ROYAL Baking Powder i Made from Cream of Tartar derived from grapes Contains No Alum—Leaves No Bitter Taste j FREE! for your home . • . ' f " -r, KENNEDY & CO. Wiggins, Miss. £ I * i ■ •!■•••-I • =■■■ 1 a ! ~i iffi ; ' — £ ■— i : 1 1 ■ ■ <■— !"■ " ■ ■ ■ ■ B -0 .... C u . ~ “ - *““* “ “ “ “ ~ 1 1 I MEET YOUR FRIENDS N WIGGINS I MONDAY, MAY 7, 1923 ' ' % I _ i Meet them at Wiggins Drug Company While waiting there will be numerous bargains that will attract j your attention. I a ?"? Wine of Cardui will be sold this day for i’f 95c and with each bottle sold we will give ■ FREE one package Black Draught. Pi ■ -jjil ■ ■ We also will give FREE one 10c package Phenolax Wafers with each $1.00 spent with us during the day. .—. i Other displays and bargains will be offered in fly poisons, skeeter skooters, fountain syringes, writing material, toilet articles, etc. We have recently consolidated two drug stores and must reduce our stock. Come in and “Let Us Treat You Right.” t Wiggins Drug Company !1 Juf fTT ••“"f-ygy?*••••• a. •?» .... ■••• imh» ..h ........?g!',gy8yt!»"fygr,fygMy!^i» '?**?" 'IBfMg'fi fi-in »y> a* an .a.<..a.i. a.. -an..ai< .a>h<a....a<aiau..a(w<an*a.M*M.tan..BM..a-. >a«.>aM..a<. .an a* an,.an. a., .an .a»<an.>a"..aH..a.».a.i.a.i .an..an.an .an..aMi.a»->aii.>aH»aii.>aui<aM>.aih.a>i.iai> an.. >au ia.i..au a.man an .w »i i».i..aiiaiwn..a.i .aunaa..an .aii..BM..a»..aia«a«'ia4man.ianiiaiaiaii ia»i..aiaiaiaiiiiiia.i..aw aima.ma.i aa. a.i.«aMwan..aniiaii..a»i..au.iaimaii.iBiiiiai>iaia*ii .aHHaii.Bti..a»i.an.ian iau.iaHuaiua>i..au..an.ia.i .a.a»aiaiaia4ni.a>. an..•■■..am.aw.a....a.. .am.a.. % • • a » '-v. * .< . . • v... . ..