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WITH EACH IOC CASH PURCHASE OF CAN DY YOU ARE GIVEN ONE TICKET ON THE FREE DRAWING 25-LB. STICK, TO BE GIVEN AWAY AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M. DEC. 24TH, 1921. SEE THE GRAND PRIZE IN OUR WINDOW. HAMILTON & COMPANY THE “OLD RELIABLE” * THEDFORD’S BLACK-DRAUBHT White Haired Alabama Lady Say* She Has Seta Hledidaes Cam* and Go Bat The “Old Reliable” Thedford’s Black-Draufkt Came aad Stayed. Dutton, Ala.—In recommending Thed tord’s Black-Draught to aer friends and neighbors here, Mrs. T. F. Parks, a well known Jackson County lady, said: **1 am getting up in years; my bead is pretty white. 1 have seen medicines and reme dies come and go but the old reliable came and stayed. I am talking of Black Draught, a liver medicine we have used for years—one that can be depended up on and one that will do the work. "Black-Draught will relieve indigestion and constipation if taken right, and I know for 1 tried it. It is the best thing I have ever found for the full, uncomfortable feeling after mtala. Sour stomach sad sick headache can be relieved by taking Black-Draught IS aids digestion, also stiffs the liver in throwing ofl lmp«ud> ties. I am glad to recommend Black* Draught and do, to my friends and neighbors." Thedford’s Black-Draught M a stand" ard household remedy with a record ef over seventy years of successful u* Every one occasionally needa something to help cleanse the system of Imparities Try Black-Draught Insist upon Thed* ford’s, the genuine. At all druggists. a OS / \ / Get the Best Fire insurance Before You Have a Loss from Fire John ii. Wagner Agent HAVE tout dodxs prca^aa tt Amcriam Steam Prating Machhwy SANITARY C. W. THOMPSON PETITION FOR PARDON STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, YALOBUSHA COUNTY, SECOND DISTRICT. TO HON. LEE M. ftUSSELL, AND THE HON. PARDON BOARD, Jackson, Mississippi. We the undersigned citizens of the Second District of Water Valley, Yalobusha County, hereby petition your Honorable body to pardon one Lee Harry Fields, who was convicted on a charge of RAPE, in this county and State at the June Term 1911. here in this county and State on said charge. He did not appeal his case, but immediately after sentence went to the penitentiary, and has been faithful ever since. We understand that he has made a model prisoner, that he is now growing old, and we feel that his punishment for TEN LONG YEARS, has been sufficient We pray this Hon. Pardon Board will recognize that fact, and see fit and proper to pardon this old man, and allow him to spend his few re maining days in peace, we believe that if he is pardoned, that he will appreciate it, that he has made a model prisoner is without question, as letters hereto attached and marked exhibit “A,” will attest, and that he has been sufficiently punished, is without question. Respectfully submitted, WILL WALKER GEO. HICKMAN CHAS. HICKMAN IRA HICKMAN WM. F. HAMILTON ET AL - " ' ' J=B WANTED to buy one pair of train ed coon hounds, rabbit proof. See L. F. Strickland care of W. F. Adams, Water Valley, Mias. WILL THIS BE SCRAPPED? i. -A/7X>C4?T£« | Here is the scene at Newport News when America’s latest and mosfh powerful dreadnought, the West Virginia, was launched the other dayj In the picture, the ship is just entering the water. If completed, thaT YVest Virginia will cost over forty million dollars, but i! the HunheaT' j>Uu is adopted by the nations, it will be scrapped^, * ' OF LOCALJNTEREST Rub-My-Tism, a pain killer. A new composition roof is being put on the Episcopalian church. Mr. W. L. Jackson is confined to his home this week on account of the “flu’.’ For baby’s croup, Willie’s daily cuts and bruises, mother’s sore throat, Grandma’s lameness—Dr. Thomas’ Eclectic Oil—the household remedy. 30c and 60c. The person who gets the Free Ford Automobile at Wagner’s will be very proud and lucky, but those who re ceive one of the other eleven valuable presents will be delighted, too. Mr. aid Mrs. A. C. Burns and lit tle daughter, Virginia, of Water Val ley, are guests in the W. R. Dixon and E. S. Marion homes. Mr. Burns is Mrs. Dixon’s and Mrs. Marion’s brother.—Houston Post. Money saved is money made. The best stock of goods in town at lowest prices. Buy from us, save money on your purchase and get or.c of the twelve Free Gifts at Wagner’3. Mr. Will J. Douglass of Denison, Texas arrived Sunday and spent the week in the city with friends. “Wild Bill” has a world of friends in the city and community and all are glad to welcome him back to the old town. Special prices on shoes during the Holidays. This is your opportunity to buy the best shoes on the market —latest styles—best leather and at prices that will surprise you. Don’t wait if in need of shoes, as these special prices are for a few davs only OSCAR J. DAVIS. Miss Julia Wasson, a returned missioary from China, and a sister of Rev. L. P. Wasson, pastor of the First M. E. Church, accompanied by her mother, were guests of their brother and son, from Saturday until Monday. Sunday night Miss Was son addressed a large audience at the M. E. Church, giving accounts of her experiences while in China. The beautiful stock of Dry Goods at Wagner’s we bought before the advance in prices, and they are giv ing their customers the benefit of their foresight. The very best goods for the least money and also that Grand Distribution of Free Gifts. One evening during the past week a party of young people, four auto mobile loads, went o’possum hunting in the woods near town. A wienie roast supper and other refreshments were indulged in by the merry crowd. Miss Mildred Goodwin was hostess and Mrs. Oscar J. Davis chaperoned the party. While they failed to get any ‘opossum they all had a most pleas ant and joyful time. The Ayle & Lord Tie Co. will take red and white oak ties 6x8—8ft Water Valley to Grenada Junction. See D. B. Sayle at Coffeeville and get prices on 7x9—8 % ft white oak ties. All above ties will'be paid for by Sayle, Bryant & Co. FOR RENT-680 acre farm in Clay County, Mississippi. Best black lime soil. Raises alfalfa and all crops. 400 acres can be cu tivated. Balance will make good pasture. Six or seven good negro families on place. Good mana ger’s house. Will rent on crop note to responsible man who will live on place and can finance himself. Write F. C. Broene, 4160 Drexel, Chicago, 111. On last Monday evening the Odd Fellows of Water Valley met in their temple in a regular conclave and after transacting the usual routine of busi ness, there was found in waiting Messrs W. H. Knight, L. A. Williams and W. S. Black, who were given the first degree in Odd Fellowship in due form, after which there werd sev eral nice talks on Odd Fellowship and good fellowship was largely in evi dence throught out the occassiou. To prevent a cold take 666. Ford automobile and eleven other presents all given away absolutely Free at WAGNER’S. Messrs. L. K. McNamee, W. H. Har vey and L. C. Barber made a quick business trip to Oxford, Monday night Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Hunter left Wednesday for Mountainville, Vir ginia where they will spend a few days with friends. Attys. H. H. Creekmore, W. F. Hamilton, R. F. Kimmons and J. L. Harris attended Federal Court at Ox ford several days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sizemore ar rived home last Sunday from Mem phis, where they had been spending their honeymoon.—Grenada Sentinal. FOR SALE: Cheap, 1 new oak davenette, also 1 new mahogany davenette, for cash. Come or call. MRS. J. W. GOODWIN, 216 Wood Street. No use looking anywhere else, Wagner & Co. have it and for lest money. Best goods, lowest prices and the Free Automobile and eleven other presents, too. Mr. J. C. Hudson, of Water Valley, was a visitor in the City Beautiful Tuesday. While here he was the guest of his brother, Mr. J. M. Hud son.—Grenada Sentinal. Christmas Toys—A wonderful col lection to select from at prices that wi.l make Christmas giving more than ever a real pleasure. OSCAR J. DAVIS. Mr. J. W. Cathey left Wednesday for Stevenson, Ala., for a few days and will go from there to Knu Tenn., to visit his daughter, Mils. H. K. Stevens.—Grenada Sentinal. Water Valley Chapter, O. E. S. held ther annual bazaar in the Ma sonic Temple last Saturday and re ceived about $360 from the sale of articles made by the ladies and from proceeds from the sale of lunches. WANTED:—Manufacturer has real proposition to offer salesman selling absolutely guaranteed 10,000 mile Cord Tires at prices which make sales. New Departure Tire Co., 6680 Twelfth St. Detroit. Mr. James Greer, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Greer, is spending the week in the city with his parents and numerous friends. James is employ ed in the oil fields at ElDorado, Ark., and his twin brother, Hal, has a good position at the same place in the rail road office. Millions of Cabage Plants, Early Jersery and Charleston Wakefield, Frost Proof, (guaranteed), ready to ship January 15, 1922. Place your order now. $2.00 per thousand, 35c per hundred. POLK & CREWS, Water Valley, Mias. Brother Wayne Al’.iston, formerly pastor of Houston Baptist Church but now of Water Valley, Miss., was in town a few days ago shaking hands with his many friends and stopped at D. M. Hearne & Co., and bought I his winter shoes.—News item in Houston Post. Chrirttmas Presents? Well, we have them suitable for every member of the family, from grand parents to the sweet little tot looking forward to the coming of old Santa. Call at our store and see the beautiful as sortment of Christmas goode, toys, etc., on display. OSCAR J. DAVIS. CASTOR IA For Infanta and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of Children Cry for Fletcher’s » If TuviT & 1 V,1 i ■flV^I ■ ■ 1 wM 111 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been In use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of i and has been made under his per* sonal supervision since its infancy. Allow no one to deceive you in thfa. AH Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good ” are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age Is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids die assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children’s Comfort—The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ®TfcUS.e^®^Pvef 30 Years Tne Kind You Hove Always Bought » THE UNIVERSAL CAR r lyOne-Ton Truck Chassis 5445 >5, r F. O. B. Detroit With Fmmmmatia Tiros mmI Dammmmtmklm Khmm Does More For less M 'HAT the Ford One-ton truck does more for the farmer or the merchant is proved by the great number of them now in daily use,—that it does this at less cost is shown by the actual figures— a smaller first cost and a much lower expense for operation and upkeep. The Ford One-ton Truck has proved a great money saver, as well as a labor saver. It has solved the problems of economic transportation between the farm and the city. The Ford One-ton truck has all the merits of the Ford car, with added strength for greater capac ity. The worm drive of aluminum bronze gives unusual and positive power at a very low cost. Come in and let us show you how the Ford One-ton Truck will help you and save you money in your work. IMPORTANT We m prepared to furnish the Ford Truck equipped either with Standard or Special Gearing. Tha Standard Gearing gives the truck • maximum of power. The Special Gear ing increases the speed of the truck from five to seven miles an hoar, converting it Into s Fast Delivery Car. WATER VALLEY MOTOR CO. W. L. JACKSON, Manager Phone 23 Water Valley, Miss. — Mrs. Laura M. Hoyt Recommend* Chamberlain’* Tablet* “I have frequently used Chamber lain’s Tablets, during the past three years, and have found them spdendid for headache and bilious attacks. I am only too pleased, at any time, to speak a word in praise of them,” writes Mrs. Laura M. Hoyt, Rockport; N. Y. If you want the best goods for the least money go to Wagner’s. Some body is sure to get that free automo bille and the other presents. For a mild, easy action of the bow els, try Doan’s Regulets, a modern laxative. SOc at ail stores. A TONIC Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic restores Energy and Vitality by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. When you fteP its strengthening, invigorating effect, see how it brings color to the cheeks and how it improves the appetite, you will than appreciate its true tonic valuai Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Is simply Iron and Quinine suspended in syrup. So pleasant even children like it. The blood needs QUININE to Purify it and IRON to Enrich it. Destroys Malarial germs sod Grip germs by its Strengthening, Invigo*’ sting Effect 60c Don’t forget the Grand Distribution of gifts at Wagner’s.