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BIG CIKCUS EXPENSIVE.
With ft circus of the magnitude ofthe Wallace Show expenses are nemow. A score or more of the Wallace feature acts cost from $B00 to $1000 a week. The high est salaries, of course, are paid for those features which are orig inal and new, coming'for the first Urns year from Europe. To these must be added the pay of almost half thousand employes, mauy at whom draw liberal salaries. To this big salary list, which must be paid, rain or shine, and which is less than half of the ruuing ex penses of a big three^ring circus like Wallace's, there must be ad ded the board and feed of the an imals, the transportation and ad vertising, the equipping and maintaining the vast outfit of a modern circus. When the Wallace Show ex hibits in Water Valley, Tuesday, Oct IS, not one of the thousands will begrudge the money thuB spent, for they can readily see that It costs many thousands of dollars weekly to provide as high a class of really new acts as can always be found with the Great Wallace Show. w. n. n. [Oooeluded from first page.] Ben of each one engaging in it. The year, the months, weeks and days are represented by the members of the Ohurch, as well as*the members of the Society. The lady represenitng the^ weeks will secure at least seven others to represent the days. The week must see that a penny a day is collected from the days; the months must receive monthyly reports from the weeks, and make either monthly or qnarleily re ports to the treasurer who rep resents this year. It is suggested that this is a de sirable plan for church congrega tions intending to remodel or re* build their church edifices, to unite with the H. M. Society in raising the funds in this novel, hot feasible manner. Let the ladies of the Ohurch and Local Auxiliary pledge them* selves to raise a specified sum iu a given time, say a twelve month, provided the men of the Church do'the rest. A Member. , Longevity has been character istic of vice presidents in the paat. Adlai Stevenson, for in stance, is 69 and Levi P. Mor-i toa is 80. Milliard Fillmore, when he died, was 74: George M. Dfillas 72; John Tyler was 71, Martin Van Buren was 80, El bridge Gerry 70; George Clinton, who came from Ulster county, where Judge Parker resides, was 76: Aaron Burr was 80; Thomas Jefferson was 82; John Adams was 90. These vice presidents of the United States are examples of the longevity of those who have held that office, though,[of course, there have been a few vice presidents who did not at tain old age. The youngest vice president at an inaugaration was 86, the oldest was 69, Curlsosity and interest. If yon would have friends be interested in them. There is a difference between interest and curisosty, Never he curious. Interest asks nothing, but is glad other’s joy and sorry lor others’ misfortunes. Curiosity seeks to find more than is written noon the surface, seeks it for the for the purpose of distribution innocent slander. One’s friends like one to be in* teres ted. They detest one who in carious. m eoad Men [n all departments >f active service stand in need of the eadiness of mind inH nrnmntnPM of action which depend on a healthy nerv ous system. Let a railroad man be ” rat tled,” and every life depending on him is in danger. A great many railroad mtn have found in Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery a valuable tonic for the overstrained nervous system. It builds up the body, purifies the blood, nourishes the nerves, and induces a htalthy appetite and refreshing sleep. «I suffered for si* years with constipation and indigestion, during which time I employed sev eral physicians, but they could not reach my case,” writes Mr. G. Popplewell, of Eureka Springs. Carroll Co., Ark. "I felt that there was no help for me: could not retain food on my stomach; had vertigo and would fall helpless to the floor. Two years ago I commenced taking Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery and lit tle 1 Pellets,’ and improved from the start. Af Ur taking twelve bottles of the ‘ Discovery ’ I was able to do light work, and have been im proving aver since.” Send 21 one-cent stamps to pay ex Ense of mailing and get Dr. Pierce’s edical Adviser in paper covers, free. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. 1 W. M. Saint. Prompt atfeention will be given contracts and estimates carefully prepared. 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Houses for Rent. Houses for Sale Collection a Specialty. OflPc So 109 Main Street I. T. BLOUNT, ATTORNEY, Water Valley, Miss. Dr. Mendenhall's CHILL and FEVER CURE (This Picture on Every Bottle) Onroa Chills, Severs, Malaria, P- *‘. n* ness. Take it as e Genoial Toni' and .• Ji times in place of Quinine. Breaks _p Oor ilifc Colds and LaGrippo. ICO O'JRE, NO J. O. MEND2KHAU , dole Owner Eva^rviLe.- Tin* Mte Liver and Cough Medicine 15cts. a Bottle, At W. B. McFarland’s. Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the Board of Supervisors up to noon.of Novem ber 7th, 1904, at Coffeeville, for painting and repairing the court house at Ooffeerille accord ing to plans and specifications on file with the Clerk at Water Val ley and Coff-eville. The Board reserving the right to reject ar.y and all bids. Bond required as the law directs for the faithful performance of contract. N. M. Coker, Pres’t Board. J. Leland Trusty, Clerk. Don’t Delay. 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