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The North Mississippi herald. (Water Valley, Yalobusha Co., Miss.) 1888-1929, November 04, 1921, Image 7

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THANKSGIVING
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TURKEYS
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ARE SCARCE THIS YEAR—
IF YOU WANT TURKEY
FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING
DINNER, PLACE YOUR OR
f* DER NOW WITH US AND
WE WILL SUPPLY YOUR
TURKEY.
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, BRING US YOUR EGGS, HENS, ROOSTERS,
, GEESE, TURKEYS
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I WE SELL THE CHOICEST, FRESH GROCERIES
► TO BE FOUND ANYWHERE AND OURPRIC
1 ES ARE WAY DOWN. WE ALSO HANDLE
| THE FAMOUS CHECKERBOARD FEED FOR
I HORSES, COWS, HOGS AND POULTRY.
1 WE ALSO HANDLE A NICE LINE OF DRY
GOODS AND GENT’S FURNISHINGS.
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1 Come to See Us—We Will Appreciate Your Trade.
0. J. ROSS & COMPANY
Last of Depot—Next to Creamery
WATER VALLEY, . .MISSISSIPPI
IS YOUR HEALTH
GRADUALLY SLIPPING?
btamtkf Experience of a Text* Lady Who Declares That if Mon
Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared
Much Siclnwss and Worry.
Navasota, Texas.—Mrs. W. M. Pedes,
- of this place, relates the following interest
ing account of how she recovered her
strength, having realized that she was
actually losing her health:
"Health is ths greatest thing la fee
world, and when you feel that gradually
flipping away from you, you certainly sit
up and take notice. That is what I did
some time ago when I found n- self la a
very nervous, run-down condition of
health. 1 was so tired and felt so lifeless
I could hardly go at alL
"I was Just no account for work. I
would get a bucket of water and would
fed so weak I would have to set it down
before I felt like 1 could bit it to the shelf,
la this condition, of course, to do even
my housework was a task almost im
possible to accomplish.
*H was . . . nervous sad easily upssL
i couldn’t rest well at eight and was . ..
Just lifeless.
"I heard of Cardui and after reading I
decided 1 had some female trouble tha1
was pulling me d0wn. I sent forCauiu
and began it . .
"In a very short while alter I began th«
Cardui Home Treatment 1 saw an lm
provement and it wasn’t long until I wa>
all right—good appetite, splendid rest
and much stronger so that i easily did in;
housework. ,
"Later I took a bottle of Cardui as i
Ionic. I can recommend Cardui and glad
ly do so, for if more women knew, 1
would save a great deal ol w«Ty an.
sickness."
The enthusiastic praise ot thousands o
other women who have found Cardu
helpful should convince you that it fa
worth trying. Ail druggists sell it
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A TONIC
drove’s Tasteless chill Toole memos
Energy and Vitality by Purifying and
Enriching the Blood. When you ie*' its
strengthening, invigorating effect, see how
it brings color to the chasfcs »nH trow
it improves the appetite, you will thm
appreciate its true tonic value.
Grove’s Tasteless chill Tonic is «r™p»y
iron and Quinine suspended in syrupi So
pleasant oven children like it. The blood
needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to
Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs and
Grip germs by its Strengthening, loviov
a ting Effect Ma
M: ‘ ~4
FtKST ARRIVALS FOR DISARMAMENT
iMrtfmi'iin
FROM ENGLAND
FROM BELGIUM
II
FROM ITALY
World war heroes from all nations have commenced to arrive in the
mj-. S. for the Disarmament Conference called by President Hardin*
JFirst to arrive was General Armando Diaz, of Italy, shown here review
ing West Point cadets; next was General Baron Jacques of Belgium,
shown arriving iif New York and third. Admiral Beatty, of the British
fcsgfe with bis wife ujk» arrival in New York.
SUPERVISORS TO
FIX ROAD SCHOOL
AI D CO. TAXZf
TO THE TAX PAYER:
The most important s'ep in fixing
your taxes will be tsk n at th*: next
m-ct ng of the Board of Su > rv sar
beginning Monday, Nov liber 7th
1921. Then the Board WILL FIX
THE ANNUAL TAX RATES FAR
THE COUNTY, FOR THE SCHOOL ,
DISTRICTS, AND FOR THE ROAD
! ISTRICTS. In seme counties, th
taxes imposed by the Supervisors,
last year, were six times as great at
the State tax, and mos. of t.ie St .t
tax was returned ts the counties L r
the public schools and Conf d.ra
pensions. Some counties received
more from the State than the t ta
State tax collected from ail the tax
payers in the county.
The development of our pubii
school syst m and the con t u ti n c f
good road; are desired by ad; y
these are argely responsible for t
incr £>.3e made in tax's in r n
years. Ypu may v rify ti s for
yourself by comparing youc t x it
ceipt for last year- with ‘that fo • t n
years ago.
The Supervisors then domain
whether these exrcn es wd. b o -
tamed, increased r.r curta: d f r th
f;r< 3 nt fisial year. Their d ies \
then determines whether your taxesVj
will be more or less than last v 1
[THE ST A TF TAX C M I«? SIO i. f
By Dun an L. Thompson. Cl' i i-a {
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SIMPLE INVENTION
FOR YOUR BOY
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I*' FLASHLIGHT
FIG.2
Here s how your boy can make
his own Jack o’ Lantern for Hal
loween, providing he has one ot
those inexpensive flashlights that
many boys have. He takes a com
mon collar box, or handkerchief
box and cuts the eyes, nose and
teeth in the cover. In the bottom
of the box he cuts a circular hole
into which he fits the flashlight
That s all, except to turn on the
juice! Copyrighted feature from
Popular Science Monthly by special
arrangements. ^
I he Ay le & Lord Tid Co. w li tui,»
ed and white ostk tics <i\S—8ft
inter V alloy to (Ii iiada .Ju t lion
t‘c l>. B. Suylc at Coif w 1 o an
•t prices n ?*!j k ft wni <• oak
s, A 1 above tie* wj 1 be p id fot
y’Hnyb*. Bryant & Co
DADDY OF TRAINS STEAMS FOR* ANOTHER RUM
■ grtesss a&rsfsja. sx'js srSss 1
^,.y,pVsem,ivufich "°w hur,s ,heT—*■ spurts;
evhiKt* ^l!-tkne '£*■ tr*‘n kas been kept intact and used as aa
R#> ™nth * comes to life again and will make thj triplem
in tL P»k to Chjcago under its own power, where it will be on exhibit
Thfpictehw. Sf ‘hcr* la“er it of tff. month!
Voek Ter^cii, * D*Wm Chnton an<1 Twentieth Century in Ne*
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Given Away
FREE!
The Music Master
Now on Exhibition at Our Store
THE SUCCESSFUL KEY
Will make you the proud pos
sessor of this beautiful and
wonderful machine. We want
to increase our business, hence
this remarkable offer—no in
crease in prices on account of
this offer.
LOOK OVER THE SPECIFI
CATIONS
A Double Spring Motor, A Re
producer, A Tone Modifier, A
Universal Tone Arm, A well
built Cabinet in Mahogany fin
ish with ample space for rec
ords and albums.
With each and every purchase at this store a
inount'ing to One Dollar we will give the customer a
Key. One of these Keys thus given away wiil be the
Key that will unlock the Lock of the Beautiful Music
Master now7 on display in our store.
Bring in Your Keys on the Day and Date Set—
Watch for the Announcement-t-And See if You Hold
the Successful Key That Unlocks the Lock that Makes
^ ou the Happy Possessor of This Beautiful Music
Master.
J WATER VALLEY VARIETY STORE
A. P. JERNBERG, Proprietor.
| WATER VALLEY, . MISSISSIPPI.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
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Regular
‘Get-about
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Runabout
$323 F. O. B. Detroit
HpH E Ford runabout is jus t what its name
implies—it’s a regular "get-about”
There is no other car that will take you
there and back again, quicker, safer and
more economically.
It’s the car for the man of action—the
farmer, the merchant, the doctor, the
contractor, the collector—the car that is
useful every day of the year.
Low in the cost of maintenance, with all
of the sturdy strength, dependability and
reliability for which Ford cars are noted.
On account of the unusual demand we urge
your orders be placed as early as possible
WATER VALLEY MOTOR CO.
W* L.,JACKSON, Manager
Ph°ne 23 Water Valley, Miss
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
*“«*;« TeiWl money if PAZO OINTMENT (m<
liantl ' • ‘ 'f ‘ i orProtmA=-.4P(*.»
Jff?",11 ’ ' 1"J'UW Piles, and yi, an a<
W«*S*» *l.**f> after t..„ *i>oKr*t*nr »r>ya
To Cure • Cold la One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablet* I It
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