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I Was a H | Misery I Mr* r. M. Jonea, rf Palmer, Ok la., write* i '• Prom the time I •» Itered Into womanhood W ... I looked with dread I from one month to the I neat I auftered with my I back and bearing-down pain, until lile to me waa a misery. I would think I could not endure the pain any longer, and 1 gradually got worse. • . ■ Nothing seemed to help | me until, one day, » • • 1 I decided to I -- TAKE The Woman** Tonic "I look low bottle*.'* Mr*. Jones foes o* to J say, "and was not only II j greatly relieved, but can U truthfully say that I have P, not a pain. . . ft " It has now bees two ■ years since I took Cartful, 1 and I am still ks food JH health. . . I would ad- H vise any woman or flrl Ij to use Cardul who Is a jl; suRerer bow *ny hunals Uj trouble.** fe II you sutVr pain caused ff. Irom womanly trouble, or U you teel the need of a good strengthening tonic ij io build up yourruo-down > system, take the advice : oi Mrs. Joces. TryCar- | dul. It helped her. We j believe h wfll help AD Druggists 1 _>3 ». • .^<»*vvcvcfc or Busu/ iSsuE Whereas there is immediate necessity that the bonds of the City of Water Valley, Yalobusha County, Mississippi to the amount of Sixty Thousand Dol lars ($60,000.00) be issued and sold for the purpose of paying the sum of Sixty Thousand Dollars ($60,000 00) to become due May 1st, 1920, eviden ced by the bonds of said C.ty Dated May 1st, 1920, there being no avail funds in the City treasury with which said sum can be paid; Be it therefore resolved that it is the purpose of the Mayor and Board of Alderman of the C.ty of Water Valley, to issue the bonds of said City to the amount of Sixty Thousand Dolars ($60,000.00) for the purpose of providing money to pay the bonds of said City, which fall due on May 1st, 1920. The above notice is pub lished in acordanee with the provi sions of Sections 3415, 3416 , 3419 and 3420 of the Anotated Code of Mississ.pi, and Chapter 147 of the Laws of 1914, for the purpose of no tifying the tax payers of the City of Water Valley, Yalobusha County Mississippi of the proposed action of the Mayor and the Board of Aide - man of said City; so that if there be any opposition to the issuance of said bonds, it my be presented to the said Mayor and Board of Alderman as provided by law, on or before Fri Ordered that the above notice be day, March 12th 1920. published in the North Mississippi Herald, a weekly newspaper publish ed in the said City of Water Valley, for three weeks next preceeding Friday the 12th, day of March 1920. The foregoing resolution adopted February 17th, 1920. J. W Tarver, Mayor, J. K. Fulson, Clerk. RASCALS < I r _______ ' Biliousness, Headache, Colds, | Constipation, driven out i with “Cascarets” i ' m a .« I» T-T-"1 Why take nasty cathartics, sicken ing salts, or stomach-turning 01I3 to drive these rascals out? Let gentle harmless Cascarets remove the liver and bowel poison which is keeping your head dizzy, your tongue coated, your skin sallow your breath offensive and your gtomach sour. Get a box of Cascarets at the drug store and rid your liver, stomach, and bowels of the excess bile, poisons, and waste which are keeping you miserable. Casca rets never gripe, never sicken, never inconvenience. They cost so little and work while you sleep. If you have second hand fur-, niture for sale, call Hamner’s Exchange Shop-—Phone 61 ! NEW WORLD PROGRAM DEVISED BY CHURCHES By 8. EARL TAYLOR OR. 8. EARL TAYLOR, General Secretary Interchurch World Movemnet If Christ, ou tne uay He was born, I had binned ou a Lour to picaon in every village iu iau.a, He wouui bud have liu.uvo mole to visit. We now believe wt nave touud 8 way by which the leaders oi the Frot esumt churches can sit around a com mon table and have the Christian pro gram of the entire world laid heiora them. By means o£ the Interchurcb World Movement we can see where the Methodists are, and where the Baptists are. We can see the general outline of their forces, their present status In this great world struggle, and may also have some idea of the unoccupied places, and what may be done by all of us to enter these unoc cupied parts of the world field which Christ sent us to occupy. CHURCHES PLAN BUSYJWRAM Interchurch World Movement r Outlines Actuals Ir. Bcutfr For Months Ahead Beginning with a campaign of edu cation of the church member to his financial obligation to the church, a comprehensive and continuous pro gram of activities from the present time through the month of June has been decided upon by the Interchurch World Movement in the South. This campaign of education In the duty oi giving to the support of religious ac-1 tivities is commonly known in the movement as the S'ewardship cam | paign. It will culminate on Washini | ton’s Birthday in the observance oi National Stewardship Enrollment Day in all churches participating in the movement, February 22 this year chancing to fall on Sunday. The Stewardship enrollment observ-' ance will be followed by the observ ance of Sunday, February 29th, as Life Enlistment Day of Prayer for Students. February this year, for the first time in forty years, will have five Sundays. This fifth Sunday observ ance is to be made a day of signify cance throughout the Interchurch j World Movement’s organization. The montn or ftiarcn is to oe given | over to the promotion of the campaign for life-work and evangelism, culmi nating in the observance of Acknowl edgment Day on Palm Sunday, which this year falls on March 28th. Every church taking part in the movement is expected to hold special evangelis tic services during the month. Dur ing March also there are to be held a series of state pastors' conferences In the principal cities of the South to bring the pastors more closely in touch with the purposes, and scope of the Interchurch World Movement In its relation to the individual church, community and denomination. Join the Church Day and Commit ment Day, when thousands of new members are expected to be received into the churches In llie South, will be observed on Easter Sunday, April 4th. This day will be marked by a great Ingathering of Christians in the churches inspired with the thought and determination of doing a greater service for Christianity The next fortnight in April will be spent In active preparation for (he great financial campaign to be con ducted April 21st to May 2d, inclu sive. Local teams and committees will be organized and thoroughly drill ed In the duties to be expected of them In the making of this canvass for funds to carry out the constructive program of the churches. Throughout May and the early part of June the Movement will b * directed toward the organization and perfec tion of conservation and extension plans Later In June summer confer ences of missionary education will be- \ «*» , ions that ast the dawn new season ;sted in Distinctive ir Displays Will \de Hats ING, STRAIGHT SAILOR. OR MUSH F BROWN NAVY, GOLD. CHERRY RED iTELY TRIMMED IN NEWEST FRENCH S. ALL MODELS ARE YOUTH r PLEASING. $15.00 ring Made Frocks TARACTER AND CHARM IN r OF FORMAL AFFAIRS. LATEST SPRING MODELS, FAVOR OF THE DISCERN EVERY ASSISTANCE _IN .A ~ i - -■ ■ < ' CO. PETITION FOR PARDON. To the Pardoning board of Missis sippi and His Excellency, T.G. Bilbo, Governor of Mississippi, Jackson, Miss. We the undersigned citizens of the State of Missisippi, and of Yalobusha County, most respectfully petition YOUK HONORABLE BODY for a pardon for George Goodwin, who wa« convicted of MANSLAUGHTER at the -—-Term of the Circuit Court, in the Second District of Yalobusha County Mississippi and that the November Term of the Su preme Court affirmed the virdict and the findings of the lower court, said sentence of the Court was FIFTEEN YEARS in the penitentiary. We are familiar with this case, and we are very much surprised at the verdict of te jury, and we believe that the findings in the case of Mr. Goodwin was a miscarriage of JUS TICE. We are also reliably inform ed that a part of the JURY that tried Mr. Godwin, in place of disc issing the merits and evidence in his case, repeatedly discussed another murder case that was tried some six months prior to Mr. Goodwin’s wherein the Defendant was represented by the same COUNSEL that represented Mr. Goodwin, said Defendant was ac quitted and several of the Jurors in Mr. Goodwin’s case were still dissatis fied with the verdict rf “NOT GUIL TY” in that case. Mr. Goodwin has lived in this countv practically all h:s life is FORTY THREE years of age, and is of a splend:d family. He has always heretofore born a good repu tation. quite an accomodating,'and it is simplv beyond us to believe, that he •acted other than the situat:on and cir clin' dances forced him to act. For said reasons we join in this petit'on pra; :ng a full and complete pardon for Mr. Co dwin. In retit’oning for the pardon of Mr Goodwin we desire to state that The Board of Pardons considered his case and placed him on the Meritor ious L'st of the Board of Pardons and that the same will be un for final ac tir* at the next meeting of said Board. Respectfully subm'tted. A. B PORTER, T. DAVIS. L. K. McNAMEE, Et als. If you have second hand fur liture for sale, call Hfcmner’s Exchange Shop—-Phone 61 ■ : BAPTIST CHURCH DIRECTORY Water Valley, Mississippi. Pastor—J. K. ti. Hewlett. Clerk—C. B. Fulmer. Financial Secretary—J. W. Young, i Treasurer—-J. B. Atkinson S. S. Supt.—B. F. Tatum. Assistants—J. I> Atkinson; P. Y Dupoyster. S. S. Secretary—J. 0. Kernieeii W. M. S. Pres.—Mrs. J. T. West brook. W. M. S. Vice Pres, - Mrs 0 T. lurver. W. M. S. Corresponding Sect — Mrs. J. R. Markette. W. M. S. Recording Sp-t Mrs .1 R. (I. Hewlett. W. M. S. Treasurer Mr- ' Poydston. Floral Committor Mr- tila Ham \Tr« Y t At,- V f W'-'l-o. dont neglect the little ONES. M i f J. S. 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