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A COATED TONGUE ?
WHAT IT MEANS A bad breath, coated tongue, bad taste in the moutn, languor and debility, are usually signs that the liver is out of order. Prop. Hem l meter says: ^ “The liver is |'an o r gan i secondary in inipor tance only to the heart.” We can 8? in a n u f a c - ‘Hurc poisons within our own bodies which are as deadly as a snake 3 venom The liver acts as a guard over our well-being, sifting out the cinders and ashes from the general circulation. Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets are made of May-apple, leaves of aloe and jalap, first put into ready-to-use form by Doctor Pierce, nearly fifty years ago, and sold for 25 cents by all druggists as Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets. New Orleans, La.:—“When I was quite a young girl I was troubled a great deal with sluggish fiver and sick head aches. My mother used several of Dr. Pierce’s remedies and she gave me the ‘Pleasant Pellets’ until they eventually cured me of all liver trouble and head aches. For quite a number of years I have had no return of these ailments, but have been in a perfectly healthy and regular condition. I am, therefore, most enthusiastic in my praise of Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets.'—Mrs. T. Schneider, 707 Independence St. Baton ltouge, La.:—“I have taken Dr Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets when in need of a laxative and consider them absolutely reliable in relieving sluggish liver and constipation.’’—Mrs. Mamie Hick; in son, 821 North St SATISFYING RELIEF 1 FROM LUMBAGO Sloan's Liniment has the punch that relieves rheumatic twinge# This warmth-giving, congestion scattering circulation-stimulating rem edy penetrates without rubbing right to the aching spot and brings quick re lief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for external pains, sprains, strains, stin tless, headaches, lumbago, bruises. Get your bottle today—costs little, means much. Ask your druggist for it by name. Keep it handy for the whole family. The big bottle is econ omy. 35c, 70c, $1.40. _ASfclRiH FOP. GOLDS. Name ,r Bayer” is on Genuine Aspirin—say Bayer !ft r, ! . Tibl»»t* of Aspirin." ms a *’p i'yei j . ' >.•<• • untaining proper •. . t u- • P t.n Headache, Neuralgia, i u and Uheuniatism. N ile ) <*r r:■ ii•> g» uuine Aspirin nim t een : » •.*; tim h< ... of i- tablets ' •nfs. \spirin is trade mark j .vei Manufacture of Monoaeetic 1 * • ali v lie acid. Dye Old, Faded Dssss Material “Diamond Dyes" Make Shabby Apparel Stylish and New—So Easy Too. Don't worry about perfect results. Use “Diauann! Dyes,'' guaranteed to give a new, rich, fadeless color to any fabric, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods,—dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts, children’s coats, draperies,—everything! A Direction Book is in package. To match any material, have dealer show you “Diamond Dye” Color Card J You Do More Work, You are m< r< ambitious and you get more enjoyment out of everything when your blood is in good condition. Impurities in the blood have a very depressing effect on the system, causing weakness, laziness, nervousness and sickness. GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. When you feel its strengthening, invigorating effect, see Low it brings color to the cheeks and Low it improves the appetite, you will then appreciate its true tonic value. GROVE’S TASTELESS Chill TONIC is not a patent medicine, it is simply IKON and QUININE suspended in Svr.v So pleasant even children like it. In-: blood needs Quinine to Purify it and IRON to Enrich it. These reliable tonic prop er!.. t never fail to drive out impurities in the blood. The Strength-Creating Power of GROVE'S TASTELESS Chili TONIC- has made it the favorite tonic in thousands of homes. More than thirty-five years ago, folks would ride a long distance to get GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC when a member of their family had Malaria or needed a body-building, strength-giving „ tonic, -iThe formula is just the same to day, and you can get it from any drug / store 60c per bottle I THE NORTH MISS. HERALD louad Every Friday.__ LOUIS C. BARBER Ed. end Pub. THE OFFICIAL PAPER:—For City of Water Valley and Yalobusha Co. SUBSCRIPTION:—*1.50 Per Year payable strictly in advance. Entered at the postoffice at Water Valley as second-class mail matter. OF LOCAL INTEREST ! See 0. J. Davis for all kinds of hardware. Brinly plows for sale, and guaran teed by 0. J. Davis. Clayt. Sartain is able to be out a gain after a 10 days layup with the flu. Once tried always used.—.John 1 Deere and Oliver Chilled plows at Wagner’s. Let us show you our plow tools be fore you buy, O. J. Davis. Mr. Highpockets H.vlander spent Sunday with a very dear friend at Holcomb, Miss. i Dr. Cy Shipp, state sanitary in spection officer, was an over Sunday visitor in the City. Solid car of both John Deere and Oliver Chilled Plow's and Farming Implements at Wagner’s. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Johnson and baby, are spending the week with re latives and friends at Coffeeville. Mrs. J. J. Busby of Memphis, Tenn. has been a patient at the Water Val ley Hospital, for the past two weeks. Always try this store first! Then you wont have to bother to return af ter “Shopping round.” Wagner and Co. Mrs. Ruth Neikirk, who has been very sick with the flu for the past 8 days, is able to sit up a short time each day. The most up-to-date line of Mil linery and ladies Ready-to-wear ever shown in the City soon will be on dis play at O. J. Davis. Mrs. Ben Arrington and little daughter, Aliena, of Velma, spent a few days of last week w'ith relatives and friends in the City. Good crops are the result or good tools. Get the best. Oliver Chilled and John Deere plows and imple ments at Wagners. In England the only civilian who has a right to pass through marching troops is the court physician, on his wav to a royal residence. I Foster Sartain, wife and 5 children who resides 3 miles southeast of the City, are all sick with the flu. Latest reports indicate they are improving. Make your farm work easy and pleasant by using the celebrated John Deere and Oliver Chilled plows i and implements for sale by Wagner :& co. The report has reached the city that Miss Bess B. Johnson, daughter of Mrs. A. P. Johnson of this city I has accepted a position in the Tres ury Department at Washington, D. C. Queen Quality and Hamilton Brown 1’y.mus, Ties and Oxfords of all kinds at O. .1. Davis, let us show I -vou Mr. Tom Myers “layed off” this week on account of Carnival show ex hibiting here this week. Mr. Myers is a great admirer of Carnival shows ; and always takes a vacation from work whenever such a show strikes the town. There were ginned 7,049 bales of cotton in Yalobusha County up to Jan. 10, 1920. Last year 6,518 bales were ginned to coresponding date. This shows a nice gain over last year’s production. From the standpoint of style exclu siveness of quality, of permanent satisfaction, nothing else is quite so good. See our spring novelties in Ladies Footwear. Wagner and Co. Owing to the fact that five members the entire family of the editor has been confirmed in bed with the flu and who have been under a physic an’s care for more than a week, the editor has been unable to get his pa per out on time. I.ieut. Vernon iiore who nas Deen n . S. Hospital No. 21 at Denver, Colorado during the past few months arrived in the City Monday and ex pects to make a couple of months vis it here with relatives and friends. His many friends are glad to welcome him home. The wise farmer knows. He warts the best farming tools and he knows the celebrated John Deere and Oliv er Chilled plows are the best. A big line of farming implements at Wagners. We are glad to report that Miss Minnie Frederick is now sitting up, after having undergone a serious sur gical operation at the Water Valley Hospital. MULE TAKEN UP:—A dark bay , horse mule weighing between 800 and , 1000 pounds, 6 or 8 years old, about i 10 hands high. Taken up Feb. 10. Owner call at J. C. Barfield s farm. Pine Valley road, about 2 miles east of . Water Valley. Mr. Horton Sisler, the excellent I young son of Dr. G. W.Sisler, is spending the week in the City with his father and other relatives and friends. The young man is attending Northwester University of Chicago, and Monday will leave for the “Win dy City” to resume his studies. Hr&ndon Jones at Hawner s Furniture and Hardware stores says he gets out what you buy while it’s hot—trv him. There are about 20 oil experts in the city this week, making a scramble to lease the farm lands of this sec tion. Mr. Farmer you better be careful—c-a-u-t-i-o-u-s—is the word. Thsee men are here representing the big oil corporations, and we warn you not to be “taken in" by their “oily” talk. Investigate the propo sition thoroughly before you sign anything for anybody. If the prop osition can’t stand long enough for yeu to investigate it, you certainly don’t want to have anything to do with it. j CLASSIFIED ADS. Happy has Agency for Jackson Steam Laundry, of Jackson, Miss, i Wagon will call. FOR SALE—Seed Sweet Potatoes ! for sale. See M. Allen, Water Val ley, Miss. See Miss Hannah ai Ham ner's and hear the latest of all music—Edison, and others. Phone 61. One way to relieve habitual con stipation is to take regularly a mild laxative. Doan’s Regulets are recom mended for this purpose. 30c a box at all drug stores. FOR SALE 1, 6 room house, east of shop, $1500.00. 3, 6 room houses on Bowles street west of Robinson street, $1000.00 each. J. Leland Trusty. Cotton is high and is going to be high this fall. John Deere and Oliver Chilled plows and implements will certainly get results for you. Big line at Wagners. REAL ESTATE:—160 acre farm; 40 acres in cultivation; two houses, good part level and lots of fine timber. Let me show you this property if you are in the market for a “snap”. ATTY. LEO HORAN. Happy has Agency for Jackson Steam Laundry, of Jackson, Miss, Wagon will call. __ STRAYED—One small dark bay horse mule about seven years old, weigh about six hundred and fifty Tbs., on Sept. 27, 1919, near Fords Well. Finder will be rewarded. Re port to J. H. Eubanks, Oakland. Miss., Route 3. Brandon Jones at Hamner s Furniture and Hardware stores says he gets out what you buy while it’s hot—try him. Lost—Friday afternoon, Feb., 6th somewher between Water Valley and my home eight miles north of Water Valley one green box containing one gorgette dress and a changeable »ilk petticoat. Finder please return toowner and receive reward. Edna Gardner, Taylor, Miss. See Miss Hannah at Ham ner's and hear the latest of all music—-Edison, and others. Phone 61. ATTENTION 1 We have embarked in the real es tate business and are prepared to handle your property. If you want to sell list your property with us; if you want to buy come and see us. Yours for business, McNAMEE & PARKS^ We are exclusive agents for the celebrated Oliver Chilled and John Deere plows and farming imple ments. A splendid stock Call and «pp it.—Wagner A Co WANTED AT ONCE 3 Families, white or colored, to go to delta plntation at Blaine. Miss., to make crop, either rent or share con tracts. J. Leland Trusty. Ladies:—^To find out just what style in footwear means, stop in our store and ask to see the fascinating new spring models now on display. Wagner and Co. Ask Bud Henderson at Ham ner’s Furniture and Hardware Store to show you what you want—he’s got it. Happy has Agency for Jackson Steam Laundry, of Jackson, Miss. Wagon will call. Most disfiguring skin eruptions, scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bitters as a cleansing blood tonic, is well recommended. $1.26 at all stores. Beautys—Which is nu.ro than I “leather deep” is evident in every pair of our shoes. Wagner and Co._ FOR SALE—G fine registered Jersey Red Gilts, six months old of best Jersey strain—killed one of same stock that weighed 576 lbs. at 2 years of age. Price reasonable call or write F. E. FLETCHALL, Paris, Miss., Route 2. NOTICE I wish to announce to my many friends that I am now associated, in the capacity of salesman, with The Toggery, that shop where all the best dressed fellows trade, and 1 want to tell you we’ve got SOME spring merchandise!! I say it is!! "PETE” GREEN. IT’S GOOD HOG INSURANCE The following letter received Maj 7th, 1919, which tells you that TOM,S HOG MAKER, is the greatest hog insurance. Tom’s Remedw Co., Memphis, Tenn. Gentlemen I haven’t many hogs, but, if I had a thousand head eating your TOM’S HOG MAKER, I could lie down and sleep at nights, feeling that they could not take the cholera or pneu monia and die on me before I got them to market. It is the best medi. cine I ever saw; Keeps them looking like they are starved for something to eat, fat, sleek and healthy looking and their bowels in perfect condi tion. This is the biggest lot of hog insurance I know of for the money, and I hope you will get it over Uni ted States among the hog raisers. Yours very truly, H. C. Wood. TOM’S HOG MAKER GUARAN TEED BY BVNN YAN’S STORE NO. 7. WATER VALLEY, MISS. Wagner & Co. Announcement MfiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiMiiM We An nounce 'Uxe Spring Open ing of the Season s Latest Styles in Mill mery. Suits, Dresses, Coats and MVaists. Wednesday, M arcli 3rd, 7;30 to 10 p. m. You Are M ost Cordially Invited to Attend. We Shall hxpect You. W & Co. Don't Cough Until Weak Tired out and weakened with persis tent coughing, elderly people are in no condition to resist disease, and can not easily ward off more serious sickness. Foleys Honey^IAr helps coughs quickly. It brings quick relief from day and night coughs, whether they result from cold, lagrippe, bron* cbial affection or tickling throat Mrs. Mary Kisby, an elderly lady ot Spokane. Wash.. 3533 Princeton Aye., writea:—' I was aick in bed with lagrippe, and had a very bad cough. I thought it a good time to try Foley's Honey and Tar. to began taking it. It stopped my cough, and 1 got better. So now lam round the house again. I am 75 yeara old, and as Ions asl live will praise Foley't Honey and Tar. LIFT CORNS OR CALLUSES OFF Doesn't hurt! Lift any corn or callus off with fingers A \ y f . 1 Don’t suffer! A tiny bottle of ! Freezone costs but a few cents at any lrug store. Apply a few drops on the I corns, calluses and “hard skin” on | bottom of feet, then lift them off. When Freezone removes corns from ; the toes or calluses from the bottom of feet, the skin beneath is left pink and healthy and never s <re, tender or irritated. habitual Constipation Cured in 14 to 21 Days •LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" is a specially prepared Syrup Tonic-laxative for Habitual Constipation. It relieves promptly but should be taken regularly for 14 to 21 days to induce regular action. It Stimulates and Regulates Very Pleasant to Take. 80c per bottle BROWN AND OX-BLOOD SHOE POLISHES BEST FOR HOK't SHINES—SAVE THE LEATHER THE BIG VALUE PACKAGES Also PASTES and LIQUIDS for Black, Tan and White Shoe* THB F. F. DALLEY CORPORATIONS LTD., BUFFALO. N. Y. __ ' D-K»0*1« THE UNIVERSAL CAS FULL. AND RUNNNG OVER Our stock is full of Genuint Fon Parts We have to build a Ford from the ground up. Then, too, those parts are Ford-made. They are ex act duplicates of the original parts now in your car,and will give the same constant hard wear. Our shop is e quipped with up-to-the-minute tools and machinery specially designed so that we can pro perly and prompttake care of your reqair work—fr >m a minor adjustment to a complete overhaul. And the mechanics who will work on your car under stand the Ford mechanism and know the Ford way to make repairs, We not only give Ford service butsell Ford cars and Ford trucks, so it is easy to un derstand that we have more than a passing interest inyour car. Be on the safe side of dependable repars. WATER VALLEY MOTOR CO. W. L. JACKSON, MGR. (Insist on Genuine Ford Parts.)