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READY-TO-WEAR j Ladies’ Dresses Suits, Coats Waists wmniminiiiiiiiifi FURNISHINGS ... Millinery Newest showing of the Season Specil line of Trimmings and Ornaments Daily Arriving_Large Assortments Newest Styles, Designs and Models YOU ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO COME AND LOOK THEM OVER .. ,,k ■ * • I Kl-MOIDS (Tablets or Granules) Esl indigestion With or without water; pleasant to take. QUICK RELIEF! Price, 25-50-75/ MADE BY SCOTT a BOWNE MAKERS OF SCOTT’S EMULSION 11 ■HMmnp' No Worms in a Healthy Child All children troubled with worms have an uo healthy color, which indicates poor blood, and us . rule, there Is more or less stomach disturbance GROVE’S TASTELESS chill TONIC given regularly for two or three weeks will enrich the blood, im prove the digestion, and act as a General Strength ening Tonic to the whole system. Nature will then throw off or dispel the worms, and the Child will b* in perfect health Pleasant take SOc perboftl* BIBLE Be a Bible student, as patient as JoB, In this life of service to God, may I By Divine guidance be ever on the joB Looking to the Master in daily prayer, when I’lL Ever be ready for the Heavenly robE —Dr. S. J. Smith. LAND POSTING NOTICE I hereby notify and war.: the pub lic that I have posted my land, and will prosecute any and all persons who hunt on my premises. This means you, so keep off. W. B. CREWS, Owner, Route 1, Water Valley The Quinine Thet Does Not Affect the K»id Bffcausr of its tonic and laxative effect, LA .”A TIVI-. fcttOMO QL' ININK is better than ordinary Quinine and doea not cause uti vouaness not ringing in head. Remember the lull name mid Vv>fc for nt U' flWfWW «f»* Nutmeg Test. When buying nutmegs choose small ones; they have a better flavor than large nuts. To test a nutmeg prick with u needle. II good the oil will In stantly spread round the puncture. USE “DIAMOND DYES'* Dye right! Don't ri.-k ma terial. Kacli package of 'Dia mond Dyes” contains direc tions so simple that any ^ woman can diamond-dye a new, rich, fadeless color into old garments, draperies, cov ? erings, everything, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods. Huy “Diamond Dyes” — no other kind—then perfect re sults are guaranteed even if you have never dyed before. Druggist has “Diamond Dyes Color Card” — 1G rich colors. sJiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiHiiuiiiiiiiiiiimimmmiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiij; 1 W. L, ADDINGTON LEWIS ADDINGTON | 1 ANNOUNCEMENT 1 llllllllilllllllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHIlllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIII I TT |]E desire to announce to our friends and shoppers of this city and vi | cinity that our store is now open mm " to the public and we are prepared to sup- f 1 ply your every want and need in General 1 Merchandise. We ask you to call and 1 see. We thank you for past favors and 1 assure you that we will appreciate your | * future patronage. | | W. L ADDINGTON & SON | iiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiii'iii.. i YOUR RED GROSS + The American Red Cress, by Its Congressional charter, Is officially designated: furnish volunteer aid to tha alok and wounded of armies In time of war, In accordance with the conventions of Geneva, To act In matters of voluntary relief and as a medium of com munication between the American P«oplo and their Army and Navy. To continue and carry on a sys tem of national and International relief In time of peace and to ap ply the same In mitigating the suf ferings caused by pestilence, famine, Are, floods and other great calam ities. To devise and carry on measures for preventing these causes of suffering. FOURTH RED CRO88 ROLL CALL November 11-25, 1920. MEMBERSHIP FEES: Annual .5 1.00 Contributing . 5.00 Life . 50.00 Sustaining .. 10.00 Patron . 100.00 I8end dues to your nearest local chapter. FIRST AID TRAINING TO MEN AND WOMEN American Red Cross Is Teaching 'Hundreds of Thousands Life Saving Methods. Ths purpose of Instruction In First Cto the Injured offered by the Amer Red Cross Is to train men and women to administer First Aid treat ment promptly and Intelligently when emergencies demand It First Aid treatment is not -Intended to take the place of a physician's service. A sur geon should always be summoneed as • precautionary measure where there Is an Injury of any consequence, but when one cannot be secu-ed a few min utes' delay may mean u fatality. In such fr^eat.9 a.n«rnon_t t'-mn- In.. First All is invaluable not only to the In dividual, but through him to the com inanity In which he Uvea There Is perhaps no way of ascer taining the number of deaths or seri ns disablements which result from lack of proper safeguards or prompt emergency treatment. It Is safe to as sert they number thousands dally. There can be no doubt that the appli cation of First Aid methods to each cam would Immeasurably lighten the country’s toll of suffering and death. The dissemination of First Aid train ing and information has already pro duced a farreachlng and beneficial In fluence In the prevention of accidents on railroads, In mines and In great In dustrial concerns. The benefit of a widespread knowl edge of First Aid in the event of a great disaster, such as a train wreck, an explosion, an earthqutke, etc., la obvious. Laymen who have had First Aid training can render efficient as sistance. Many lives may depend upon suck emergency care. Bed Cross First Aid work includes (1) the formation and conduct, through Bed Gross chapters, of classes for in struction In accident prevention and First Aid to the Injured among men and women In all communities and In every Industry; (2) the introduction ef courses of Instruction In high schools and colleges. The Red Cross Is prepared to supply First Aid books and equipment at raw sonabla prices. Every person In this country able to do ao should. In his own interest, re ceive Bed Gross First Aid instruction. Information about the course and in struction classes may be had at the nearest chapter headquarters. RED CROSS EXTENDS RELIEF TO POLAND More than $9,000,000 has been spent by the American Red Cross In aiding the stricken people of Poland. The organization has nursed the sick, fed the starving, clothed the naked, shelter ed the homeless, schooled the children and cared for the orphans there. It has conducted a relentless fight against typhus, cholera and other terrible dis eases. 80 today millions of men and women In that resurrected nation speak In grateful appreciation of “The Greatest Mother In the World.” Nearly 200 American Red Cross workers are now engaged In relief ac tivities In Poland. Four large relief bases are In operation and eleven mo bile units are In the field. During the last twelve months this organization was largely Instrumental In the re-es tabUahment of a million refugees at s cost for general relief of more than $1,000,000. Last winter one-half mil lion war orphans were aided material ly, and since then a series of large or phanages have been established to give them permanent care. But for American Red Cross aid, of ficials of Poland declared recently, mil lions of people in that country would have perished of disease, exposure or starvation the last eighteen months. And the work there must be kept up for another year. J me -t- via - 300 DESIRABLE FAMILIES WANT HOMES IN YALOBUSHA COUNTY 11111111111111111111111 J. L. HARRIS IS IN COMMUNICATION WITH O VER 300 PROSPECTIVE LAND PURCHASERS, WHO DESIRE TO PURCHASE HOMES IN THIS LOCALITY SOME TIME DURING THIS YEAR. iimiiiiiiiiimimiii List your lands with J. L. Harris, the man who has sold more than 250 farms and is in a position to get you a quicker and better sale than anyone an “outsider” or a “new beginner” but get in touch with the man who DOES THING and gets results. See J. L. Harris WATER VALLEY, MISSISSPPI OFFICE PHONE 379 RES. PHONE 32lj ! Guaranteed Bread iiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii I j ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THAT GOOD BREAD I MADE BY THE CITY BAKERY—EVERY LOAF IS I GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED. ( i WHOLESOME, NUTRICIOUS, PURE. | « MADE UNDER STRICT SANITARY REGULATION BY AN EXPERT BAKER. IF YOUR MERCHANT I HASN’T GOT OUR GUARANTEED BREAD, JUST ! j PHONE 232 AND WE WILL PROMPTLY DELIV | ER YOUR ORDER. INSIST ON HAVING IT. j The City Bakery j | ntmiiiiiiiiii HiiiiiiiiiuiMi iinmiiHunnininuiiHiii j ^^"EARJLE WILLIAMS Earle Williams, Vltagrapli star, has devoted most of his time to that company’s West Coast studio In re cent years, but came east to malt* “The Fortune Hunter” and “Captain Swift,” two plays that had a long run on Broadway a few years ago. Thay were made famous by the Barrymores. Mr. Williams is now at work making features at Vltagraph’e West Oeaat studio. QUIT TOBACCO _ So easy to drop Cigarette, Cigar, or Chewing habit No-To-Bac has helped thousands to break the costly, nerve-shattering to bacco habit Whenever you have a longing for a smoke or chew, just place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet in your mouth instead. All desire stops. Shortly the habit is completely brok en, and you are better off mentally, physically, financially. It’s so easy, so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac and if it doesn’t release you from all craving for tobacco in any form, your druggist will refund your money without question.No- To-Bac is made by the owners of Cascarets; therefore is thoroughly reliable. ”It Must Have Bean Dead At Least 6 Months But Didn’t Smell.” “Saw a big rat in our cellar last Fall,” writes Mrs. Joanny, “and bought a 36c cake of RAT-SNAP, broke it up into small pieces. Last week while moving we came across the dead rat. Must have been dead six months, didn’t smell. RAT-SNAP is Wonderful.” Three sizes, 36c, 66c, $1.26. Sold and guaranteed by M. E. Goodwin and Knox Drug Co.