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IS THERE A CURE FOR PELLAGRA?
This Is Addressed to Sufferers Everywhere, and The Answer by the Writer and Owner of the YENLO V WELL IS, YES And he is backed up with hundreds of letters by the CURED that his YENLOV WATER, properly used will cure wdlagra. Some have been right here at the well under his own eyes, and some as far away as a thousand miles, and without the use of medicines, other than an occas ional dose of Epsom Salts as a laxative. The life of the water is good, hence distance cuts no figure except in the of transportation. It is no longer an experiment, but a fact, and ought to carry comfort and hope to the suffering. This Water Has Been Shipped in the Last Four Years to Every Southern State. I Submit Herewith a Few of the Hundreds of Letters in My Possession. cured expense l 1 Bon Air, Ana., Oct. 21,1*11. Font Wohth. Til, May 15, 1912. water she was a nervous wreck, the lean noise would frighten her *o she would drop to the floor, she could scarcely walk at all. Hei arms from hands to elbow* were covered with eruption*, the back and front of her neck was In the same condition, the eruption* (lit-ap nearing some times for as long as five day* and return ing again. Since using the water, beginning earlv in September, every appearance of eruption* have left her. without even a return. Hi r condition was exactly like that of Mrs. Atwood at Gallman. Miss She is now in fine health, doe* all of her housework and goe* auy and every where *be wants to go. This is Indeed a water cure. watkr highly indorsed. Gallman. Mis*., Oct. 10,1911. Hollywood, Miss., Aug. 23,1913 V. P. Still Senatobla. Mi**. The water came promptly and the little girl 1* Im £ roving more rapidly than 1 can begin to tell you. She practically out of danger. When 1 ordered the water I had little thought that she iwonld be alive when It came V. P 8till. Senatobia. Miss Find check for another shipment of watet most well My health is better than it ha* been for year*. 1 feel like a new person Mr. V. P. Rtill, Senatobia. Mi**- . Dear 8ir:-Plea*e send us at once another half barrel of YENLOV water for peliagra. Our customer for whom we ordered the first water 5b almost well and has not even had a doctor since drinking the water 1 am al V. P. Still. Senatobia. Mis*. Dear Sir:—I am now ready to report to you on the wonderfully good result* I have obtained from the use of your wei) water- 1 have had a lady under treatment for some time who is about forty year* of age and who had the typical signs of pellagra- I had exhausted all resource* at my commaud. and called In consultation, some of the best physicians in this part of the country, all to no avail She grew gradually worse until a more touching picture than her'* could not be .conceived: emaciated to an alarming extent with the nsual erup tions; no appetite, and a state of mind amounting al most to idiocy. At this Juncture a neighbor sent her husband a clipping from a paper concerning your well water As a drowning man catches at a straw, he wrote to you and obtained some of the water and put her to drinking it. 1 wa* skeptical as to the curative value of the water, but did not object to her trying it for 1 had failed to give her relief. That has been about five ot six weeks ago: today she is able to walk about the house. eats heaitily. sleeps well and her mind seems to be wholly restored. The eruptions have all left her. and she has a nice gain in weight. In fact, the im provemen is nothing short of marvelous. In the interest of other sufferer* and for the benefit of humanity, you are at liberty to make such use of thfB as you may wish and to refer to me as often a* you see fit to do The name of the lady in question't* Mrs. W. N. Atwood, Gallman. Miss. Ora Hem**. John T. H. Licwts. Wooliolk Bros., Merchants and Planters. Fort Worth. Tkx.. July 18.1912. V P. Still. Senatobia. Miss. 1 enclose check for balance due you to date. I am glad to say 1 am now well of pellagra and believe the water cured me I suffered four years with it and nothing helped me more than to keen me alive. When I quit taking medicine and began drinking the water I began to improve 1 have not gained my ful! tleeh and strength entirely, but they are coming fast. 1 recom mend your water to everyone. * Bon Air, Ala., Oct. 27,1911. V, P. Still. Senatobia. Mfs*. Send me 8 gallons more of the water. The little girl 1* still alive and improving, going the other way from time to time, but I firmly believe that the water will John T. H. Lewis. Office of Abbay & Leatherman. Commerce. Miss.. Sept. 10.1913. J. A. Walker. Mr. V. P. Still. Senatobia. Miss. Dear Sir:—Replying to yours of recent date relative to use of water from vour well In cases of pellagra, will state that we have been using the water for the past 12 months; that we have had 25 or 30 cases of -pellagra on our different plantations. Prior to its use we had two cases of pellagra treated by the best physicians of the country and afterwards sent them to the hospital at Vicksburg, and they both died. Since using the water we have had only one case to die. and 1 think that was because we could not get the patient to use it freely. You certainly have solved the problem of a cure for pellagra. As the Great Physician, the giver of all good, has placed In your custody an almost infallible cure ior this dread disease, you should advertise thl* water freely. The patient should use at least a gallon a day. Nearly every one on our different plantation* who has been affected with this disease is either well and at -work or is on the road to rapid recovery. Very respectfully. cure her. Fort Worth. Tkx., Oct 24,1911, V. P. Still, Senatobia Mis*. J)r. J. H- Bailey of Olyde l'ex.. informs me that you have a well of water that cures pellagra- Ship me by express ft gallons at once and follow it up every <i days until further notice. I have a grown daughter who has peliagra: has had it for three years 8h*.is getting very thin and weak and nervous. The eruptions first appeared In her mouth, throat ami face, and are now on her limbs. She has been under treatment by the best physicians ot r't. Worth for 3 years, with little, if any, relief. Ora Hi'I.mis. Bon Air, Ala., Jail. 29, 1912. Fort Worth, Tex,. July 24, 1914 V. P. Still, Senatobia, Miss. Your letter of the 28th Inst at hand, asking about the little girl who wa* so low with pellagra. 1 am pleased to say that she has entirely recovered, and everybody here who knew her condition Is confident that the water cured her. But for the timely use of the water she would have no doubt been In her grave long ago. Your cable address ought to he "Still Water." Mr. V. P Still. Senatmhin Miss • ear Sir—Mi#* Ora Huimcs of thi# O.ty recommends your YENLOV WATER to iny tiusl"i'id us a cure |or pellagra Please write me at once regarding It. Respectfully. (Mrs ) J. R Gilus. 925 Maddox Ave Ft. Worth. Tex John T. H. Ltwis. Sec. Coosa River Spinning Oo. Bon Air Ah . Sept 27, 1911. T. B. Humor. V. P- Still. Senatobia. Mi«* We have a little girl who Is just about gone with pel lagra Everything has been done that science can do, eveu to treating her with the new ti f>. She is sluklng daily. I will be willing to nay you any sum in reason if you will quickly express to me at Cblldernburg. Ala.. 6 gallons of your water. Fort Worth. Tkx., Dec- 9,1911 - V. P. 8till. Senatobia. Miss. Find check for $2-00 to cover another shipment ol the water. My daughter ia doing well under the use of the water. Lula. Mis*, July 14.1914. D. W. Huiy. M. D. Mr. V. P. Still, Senatobia, Miss. Dear Bir:-Thc woman on my place that had pellagra has gotten well. So do not ship any more water. Very truly, F. L. W i lson. 'Tupilo. Mis*,. Jan. 14. 1912. V. P. Still. Senatobia. Miss. Dear 8lr:-When my wife began using your well T. B. Hulmis. John T. H Lkwis. B. P. ABBAY. wood and Robinsonville, and the Marymack Plantation of Robinsonville, have also been heavy consumers of YENLOV water. I will be glad for parties interested in this matter to write any of the above gentlemen for verification of my statements. These are only a few of the hundreds of letters which I have in my possession, testifying to the merits of the water. Messrs Abbav & Leatherman, whose testimonial appears above, have used about 4,500 gallons of this water on their places in the Delta in the past two years, and Woolkork Brothers, of Holly t Prices F. O. B. Senatobia, Nliss., Including Vessels s 5 Gallons in Crated Stone Jugs, $1.65; 5 Gallons in Glass Bottles, $2.00; Refilling Jugs and Bottles, $1.00; One Ha'f Barrel, 32 Gal. $5.65; Whole Barrel, 52 Gal. $8.00; Refilling Barrel, $4.00 and $6.00 Jugs and bottles can be returned and money refunded; express charges to any point on Y. & M. V. 35c; empty bottles returned free. Terms CASH with order. V. P. STILL, Owner " Y enlov" Well, SENATOBIA, MISSISSIPPI ''Walking in the Light. Kind and Esteemed Editors of the Dear Old Advertiser: 1 read with pleasure, in the Aug. 7th issue of The Advertiser, a com munication over the signature of my old friend, A. J Davis, on the subject of ''Choosing Light Rather Than Dark ness," that I considered timely and ap propriate, and would like to see people interested in subjects that ere so vital and essential to each of us. They are calculated and intended and divinely decreed to lead us the upward way and on higher ground. Yes, we are taught in First John 1:5 that ''God is light and to Him is no darknesB at all. " And God considers it important that His children walk in the light In John 12:35 we are ad monished to ''Walk while ye have the light less darkness come upon you; for he that walketh in darkness knoweth not whither be goeth. ''And it is nec essary that we walk in the light in order to obtain the benefit of the blood of Christ. By reference to First John 1:7 we find these words : ''hut if we walk in the light, as He is in the light, we have fellowship one with another, and the blood of Jesus Christ, His Son, cleanseth us from all sin. ' ' And we find by reference to Proverb 4:18 that the light of the just are to shiDe on, for He says, ''But the path of the just is as a shining light that sh>n«th more and more unto the perfect day. " On the other hand Luke tells us what will become of a person if be fails to im prove by the light that has been given him. In chapter 11:84-36: ''fake heed, therefore, that the light which is more You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take—tardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com posed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak, ailing women in its past half century of wonderful success, and it will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake in taking CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark., says: ,S 1 think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as 1 ever did, and can eat most anything. Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousands. HI j >to ol' >*< >: t )■! ill ) in thee be not darkness." Again in John 3:19 we find tnat ''Men love dark ness rather than light because their deeds are evil." If one is really seek ing for truth, what will he do? "But he thatdoeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest that they are wrought of God." Verse 21. What will those who reject light and truth be finally led to believe? Paul tells us in Second ThesBalonians 2:11-12, ''And for this cause God shall send them strong delusions that they should believe a lie, that they all might be damned who believe not the truth nut had pleasure in unrighteous ness." God is represented as sending the delusions simply because He does not shield them from it tie could not consistently shield them unless thev walked in the light of HiB advancing trutn. Examples of His thus leaving to deception are numerousjn the Bible. See Psalm 81:12, Romans 1:24, etc. From what source does one derive light? Psalm 119:105-130. Proverb 6:23 tells us that ''Thy word is a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path." The more earnestly one de sires to know the will of God while liv ing up to all the light he has the more light and truth from God will dawn in in is No. Six-Sixty-Six This ii ■ prescription prepared especially for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER Five or six dotes will break any cate, and if taken then at a tonic the Fever will not return. Calomel and doct not gripe or ticken. 25c It acts on the liver better than upon bia mind. And the fact that one has tne evidence of his acceptance with God ia no surety that he has all the light there is for him If light is sown for the righteous 9uch are just the ones who may expect to see new du ties presented to them from the pre- j cious word of God. "Walk in the light: soshalt thou know - That fellowship of love His spirit only can bestow Who reigns in light above Walk in the light! and thou shalt own Thy darkness passed away; Because that light on thee hath shown In which iB perfect day. Walk in the light! and e'en the tomb No fearful shade shall wear, Glory shall chase away its gloom For Christ has conquered there. Walk in the light! and thine shall be A path, though thorny, bright; For God, by grace, shall dwell in thee And God himself is light." T. G. STEPHENSON. a viaHincr Trin a risiung inp. I had the pleasure of going fishing with a nice crowd.namely, Mr. B. Byrd ed family, Mrs. John Byrd, ,Miss Mechling Davis, Asha Davis, Mrs India Davis and little feuella, L. P. Darnell, Jerfse Byrd and sister, Bessie, and Mr. Webb Lunsford We went to Eagle lake and met a crowd of friends camped there. They had caught plen ty of fish, so we did not want for fish for supper as we got there late and did g not make a big catch. Next day, being Thursday,we caught more than we could eat, dressed them and moved out on Tchula lake and t camped clogp to Mr. MaDnews ; it be * damp evening Mr. and Mrs. MattheWB insisted tnat the l&dieB and I "children should spend the night with S y them Having plenty of fish we car-, ned them up to the house for the la ,dies to fry and |it is useless to say we had a goed time. Our host and hostess were so nice that I don t know how we can keep from going back. Friday morning we wanted to Uy to catch a few to bring home Jesse Byrd and sister went home Tnursday night, making our sunny crew pretty small. Mr. Matthews called in about a dozen of bis hands to help us and we got about 326 pounds at one haul be sidis wbat got away. We had plenty for every one there. A moving picture scene recorded from a real fish catch like we had certainly would be excit PriHo« ni„ht i l H fir In th p P 5 ty of nice cooked fish for all. <E. P. B^rd s help, and j tell you, Kiris, he 1 is a cook too when it comes to frying hah- (Jr Hit LKEW. ! _ .... , - . | so Teachers Institute and Organization Work Sept. 21. It is very important that every teach- j ier of any Holmes county school be 'present during the full week intended fnr institute and organization work AIL good teachers will recognize the fact that it would be a serious matter for any teacher to miss a single day of this meeting, and I urge that none be absent. Trustees ana patrons, please mail this notice to your teacher. Cordially. mg. J. M. KIMBROUGH S or 8 doses 666 will break any case of Fever or Chills. Price, 25 cts. Railroad Company Appeals to Miss j - A DANGEROUS PRACTICE. issippi Farmers in the Interest of Its Patrons and Employes. The killing of live stock, while tres passing upon the waylands of Ameri can railroads, has for years been grad ually increasing, and more lately to an alarming extent, resulting in pn un necessary waste and another contribu tion to the high cost of living. In Mississippi, the situation is especially bad, as evidenced by the fact that on the waylands of the Illinois Central and Yazoo & Missies pi Valley rail roads alone, more than six thousand head of stock, or 74 per cent of the to tal for the system, are annually killed, this while but 28 per cent of our total mileage is operated in your state. Claims paid on this account have in creased to a point where the resulting expense now amounts to a tremendous annual drain upon our gross revenues and ag witb the fake damaKe Buit in . dustry and other evils from which we have suffered, it is one of those charg es which, in the last analysis, affects materially the pocket books of the peo ple themselves. We have gone to considerable ex pense, in the way of fencing, con Grueling cattle guards, etc., in an endeavor to overcome the present situ ation, but despite every effort it has g ro wn entirely beyond our direction and control. It is one of those trou ble8 requiring the attention of our farmer neighbors to correct, and in t be interest of our patrons and em pioyes, whose safety is menaced by this grave danger, we appeal for I vnnr f»rk-nnpratinn qtiH «nnnnrt S y j* a well known fact that trains .gef^uSlydSiried bt .SfkiS?» otherwise harmless cow, and condi tionB are now bad that trainmen in Mississippi -your own home people largely-must pefo.m the.r duties un der a „ reat strain We annpal tn von therefore to discoutinu^permitting'your cattle to roam at i nr „_ nn a ln tn it thnt Tiri . vate gates opening on our waylands, are kent rU.wA There aireariv is a f" KiddSTgthil practice? 8 but VS are loath to invoke it nr ferrimr to ac- n "naintth e eZnLXofM,8si B siDDi S\ h eExtreme u£!n« of SL K h ter feeling that your usual Jaimes* s and re gard for the rights and the wel fare of others will prompt the imme diate adoption of necessary corrective mea8UreB In common with other railroads we 1 koyp for some time been w&KinK an actiye campaiKn in the interest of ! "g a f e ty First," and good results have | so far attended our efforts. Tne mat- \ ter 0 f stock trespass, however, is almost entirely within your control. ! j Won't you please, therefore, unite in assisting us to better a very bad condi tion? T. J. FOLEY, General Manager Illinois Central Kail- . road Company and The Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroad Lorn-1 pany. Adv. Masonic Resolutions of Respect. Resolutions of Respect of Eulogy Lodge 248. E & F. & M. M.. To larville. Miss.: To W. M., Wardens and Members: Brethren:—"Garth to earth and dust . Lower Prices on Ford Cars Effective August 1st 1914 to 1915 and guaranteed against any redactions during that time. All cars fully equipped f. o. b. Detroit $440 Runabout - - Touring Car - - Town Car - • (Id the United Suia <4 Ameiic* only ) 490 690 Buyers to Share in Profits All retail buyers of new Ford cars from August 1st 1914 to August 1st 1916 will share in the profits of the company to the extent of $40 to $60 per car, on each car they buy, PRO VIDED: we sell and deliver 300,000 new Ford cars during that period. Ask u* for particulars. Ford Motor Company BARRETT GROCER CO., Agents LEXINGTON, MISS to dust and ashes to ashes" we said in the sad burial rites of our beloved brother Geo. !Houston Abels, who en fered >»to rest at his home near Har s Creek on the l^th dayofJiine 1?14. at 7 o dock a m. He passed to his rewar( * bearing a record of a well spent life gratifying to his friends, worth y of imitation and example of , H . e was a t J?? rat ^u" yet his loss to the fraternity is great, yet n « l,t left Wlth the children of men w * |] Perpetually remind us. Athough h «h.s well rounded life yet s P eakfl lor one counsel 8,1(1 guidance, He loved God and humanity as his devotion and worship attested, and his comprehensive love, benevolence and sacrifice verified, but he has gonean swering to the divine command. He bowed to his Master s will. We seek alas! for the vanished hand and sigh for the voice that is stilled. \ As sinks the sun behind the West And shadows of the night close in ! So has our brother sunk to rest From toil and sorrow, pain and sin. And as the orient sun will rise AndI shine with undiminished ray, . So will the form that lowly lies Be raised to life in that great day. In death long sleep profound, brother, all. I sleep on Ere long we all the shadowy land will tread And ere the resurrection morn shall dawn Will greet the spirit amongst the saint ed dead. | Resolved, That in the death of Bro ther Geo. Houston Abels his church has lost an efficient and trusted mem ber. his family an affectionate husband and father, the community a benefac tor, all a friend. The lodge has lost a faithful member and devoted brother Resolved, That a copy of these reso lutions be furnished the family of our deceased brother, also a copy be seent to The Lexington Advertiser with a request tuat they be published. C J. STEWART, GUY MALONE. A. M. PHILLIPS. \ Committee. A Card. Somehow it strike* me as rather early to go out catching political prizes but, not liking to be behind thn time, want to say to the public that, after thinking very seriously upon the sub ject, I have decided to become a candi date for tax assessor for Holmes coun ty. 1 don't remember of anybody m liciting me to run, I just happened to think of how well I knew the lands of Holmes county, both from a surveyor's viewpoint and as a citizen, and as my business of surveyor would give me a still more thorough knowledge and add greatly to my efficiency, I decided to run. I have no idea how many friends I have in the county at present as no one has said anything to me regarding this office, but I am going to do my best to have enough votes next summer to go in on the first primary. M nouncement will appear in Lexington Advertiser at proper time. Very cordially, BRYAN M. SEITZLER. y an-