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Here’s a little rule which will help you and help your neighbors: In speaking about anybody put the good word last. Don’t say “Neigh bor Jones is public-sprited. I’ll ad mit, but he is mighty high-temper ed.” Say “Neighbor Jones is rather high-tempered, of course, but he is a man who is helping the neighborhood forward.” Don’t say, “Tom Brown is a hard-work ing fellow and good hearted, I reckon, but he has been mighty low-down, wild and drinking.” In stead say, ‘ Tom Brown got pretty low once, wild and drinking, but now he’s a hard-working, good citizen.” In other words, wind up with the emphasis on the good trait rather than the bad one. Or better still, when you hear somebody’s name mentioned and its on the tip of your tongue to re fer to some blunder or failing you know about, just try choking it down a few times, leaving it un said, and see if you don’t feel better inside. Then next time go a little further and try speaking of some good deed he has done in stead of mentioning the time he made a mistake (even though you yourself have never made any mis takes,) and see if you don’t feel happier still. If the farmers in any neignor hood will begin to boost one an other’s worthy defcds. they will soon find themselves living in a better neighborhood than ever before— and the fine part about it is that by adopting this method, they will find themselves in a bdtter neigh borhood without having to move from where they are !—The Pro gressive Farmer. DISCOVERY G. W. Eatman, of Grenada, Miss., has discovered a wonder ful liquid medicine, greaseless, known as * Kuykendall’s Eczema Remedy It is a never-failing remedy for Eczema, Tetter, Ring Worm, Poi son Oak, Itch, Fever Blisters, Frost Bites, Chicken Pox, Prickly Heat, Nettlerash and all skin affec tions. The healing power of this remedy is so great that it has cured old stubborn sores thought to be cancers. On Sale at S. C. Metcalf & Co., Water Val ley, Miss., M. R. Appling, Scobey, Miss.. Burke Bros., Tillatoba, Miss. Bone Paint, Backache, Rheumatism. A well known authority on Uric Acid Troubles says; sciatiea, back ache, bone pains, lumbago, shoul der pains, swolen muscles are sure signs of rheumatism in its worst form. Every little effort makes our muscles ache like needles sticking in the flesh. Twitehings and a gen era! tired feeling affect us. The mo ment you have the slightest symp toms of rheumatism, or even if bed ridden with this trouble, ask your your Pharmacist for a bottle of Prescription C2223. It is well known to the drug trade, as it is the favorite prescription for Rheu-1 matism. Lumbago and Sciatica of a famous Southern Specialist. Diiree tions and dosi are indicated in the preseription pasted on the bottle. It has cured so many sufferers,, even after all else had failed, that C2223 is deservedly popular. RUB-MY-TIS'W Will cure Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Bums, Old Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec zema. etc. Antiseptic Ar.cdyr used inttunai'.y ore*tc~ .-hy. ±5e Russia is tvfanty times larger than France ana Russia put to gether. The Chance of a Lifetime to Visit the Pacific Coast. On acount of the Panama-Pacific Exposition at San Francisco and Panama-California Exposition at San Diego, round trip tickets can be purchosed via_. . _ _ _ . _ ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAIL ROAD to these points at approximately the same rate as you ordinarily would have to pay for a one way ticket. These tickets are now on sale and will continue to be sold until No vember 30, 1915. They are limited returning to three months from date of sale, but not later than December 31st, 1915. You have your choice of routes in both directions, going one route, returning another, and numerous side trips are also antbomed in connection with these tickets. If you are interested and will mail me the coupon attached to this advertisement I shall take pleasure in quoting you the ticket rate from your city, and give you complete information con erning this trip. G. H. Bower, General Passenger Agent. Memphis Tenn. Mr. G. H. Brower. General Passenger Agent Illinois Central and Yasoo & Mississippi Valley Railroads. Memphis Tenn. Dear Sir: In accordance with your advertisement in the Water Valley Progress, please quote me 'the round trip fare from _to__*. While enroute I desire to take'in the following points,. Yours truly, Telephone to Glazier WISH you would get a glazier to come up and set that pane of glass the chil dren broke yesterday. The house is as cold as a barn,” said the surburban house wife, as her husband was about to go to business. “Haven’t time this morning,” replied her hus band. "Just look in the Telephone Directory— you’ll find several there. . Give the order to the one who says he will send a man right up.” j . Its the man with the telephone who gets the hiurry orders every time. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH COMPANY WINONA, MISS. BOX 348, JACK MILLER The “Honest Plumber.” Prompt and Efficient Work: Prices Reasonable. Will appreciate a share of your Patronage. Shop Under Elk's Hall. Statement of the Ownership. Management, Circulation, Etc., Required [by the Act of August 24 1912. Of Water Valley Progress pub lished Weekly at Water Valley Miss., for April 1915. Name of Editor, G. D. Brown. Managing Editor, same. Business Managers, same. Publisher, same. Owner, same. Known bondholder, mortgages, and oth^r security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount . of bonds, mortgages, or other se oaritiM: None. ^ G. D. Brown. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 24 day cf March, 1915. J. L. Trusty. (My commission expires J"an. 4,1916.) CREEKMORE & STONE LAWYERS Oplicesir Water Valley and oopfeeville. Water Valley office 123 Main St. Coffeeville office over Coffeeville Bank. PRACTICE IN ALL THF 1H t * 8 BRICK & CONCRETE WORK Do first-class work in setting grates laying concrete walks, hearths and arrates. nreoaring and placing fire backs. Work and prices satisfactory J. B. PULLEY, PHONE No. 77 Prominent Real ' Estate Man Credits his cure from Malaria ot GRIGSBY’S LIV-VER-LAX, modern, nonmetallic Liver Med icine. • Mr. 7. E. Gilmore of 209 Slaugh tei Bldg., Dal'.as, Texas, says un qualifidely that he was cured, of biliousness. Stomach and Liver trouble by LTV VER-LAX. He had been a sufferer for years from the above complaints which were a sure indication of malarial condition so prevalent in this cli mate and his cure is but one of hundreds that are occurring daily. LIV-VER-LAX is really a won derful remedy and preventive for malaria and all the obnoxious con ditions that arise from this dread disease. Every one should protect them selves against the malarial germ before it takes hold and develops into serious stages' Keep a bottle of LIV-VER-LAX in the house and take a dose regu larly once a week. Thus you will insure to yourself a clear eye, am bition , hope and every mental con dition that makes life worth while. County and City Dit ectory. County Officials Sheriff, W. T. Trusty, Water Val ley. Deputies; C. T. Doyle, Watei Valley, A. I. Shaw, Coffeeville. Chancery Clerk, R. Spearman, Wa ter Valley. Deputies; B. G. Wright, Jr., Water Valley, E. E. Sayle, Cof feeville. Circuit Clerk, D. E. Parks, Watei Valley, Deputy, Miss Nellie Boyle, Coffeeville. Treasurer, R. L. Holly, Coffeeville. Supt id R. L. Hentz, Coffeeville. Assessor, J. G.Fly, Water Valley Attorney Board of Supervisors. I T. Blount, Water Valley. Board of Supervisors; Beat 1, H. P Pate, Coffeeville; Beat 2, Sam Moor* Water Valley; Beat 8, W. B. Wil liamson, Water Valley; Beat 4, J B. Massey (President), Oakland: Beat 6, W. G. Viokry, Air Mount City of Water Valley Regular meeting of Council first Tues day night in every month. Mayor, Geo, W. Rayburn Clerk, Gates R. Wood Treasurer, J. W. Mauldin Attorneys, Kimmons & Baddley Tax Collector. Everett Cock Marshal, E. H. Rogers Street Commissioner, M. F. Stewar Supt. City Schools, C. S. Bighorn Supt, City Plant, T. C, Barry Aldermen: Ward I, C. E. Rombergei Ward 2, W. C. Dooley; Ward 3, W. J. King? Warn 4, J, G, Skogsberg; City-at-Large, J. W. Tarver; O. T Hamner; John McDehnott, Churches. First Methodist—Rev. T. H. Dor sey, pastor. Services every Sun day morning and evening. Prayei meeting Wednesday enening. Sun day School 10 a. m. Main Street Methodist—Rev. W. J. O Bryant, pastor. Services every Sun day morning and. evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sun day School 10 a. m. Primitive Baptist, Elam,Elder W. L: Smith, of Oxford, pastor. Services second Sunday in each month at 11 o’clock, and Saturday before. Presbyterian Church U. 8. A. Rev. W P. Hale, pastor. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m, Sunday School 10 a. m, St. Patrick’s Church, Rey. Father Josefh pastor. Mass 1st aud 3rd Sundays from June to September at 9 a. m. instruction in Christian Doctrine 8:30 p. m. every day offirst and third weeks. Episcopal—Rev. C. D. Brown, rector: Service* every second and fourth Sunday in each month. Presbyterian—Rev. J.E. Hobson,pas tor, Services every Sunday morn ing and evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 8 o’dock. Sunday School 10 a. m. First Baptist—Rev. A. A. Walker, pastor. Services every Sunday at 11 a,, m. and 8 p. m. Prayer Meet ing Wednesday evening 8 o’clock. Sunday School 10 a. m J, Leland 1 rusty, superintendent. Secret Societies. Valley City Dodge, No. 408, F. A A., Masons. Regular Communication first Thursday in each month. T. Q Ellis, W. M; T. O. Gore Secretary MoConnlco Royal Arch Chapter, No. 96. Regular convocation 4th Thurs day night in each month. J. W, „ er, H. P; T. 0. Gcie, Seore J Iii these times of stress# the question really Is: “Can yon af ford to carry * your own fife In surance?” In event that . your home / should burn, have you the money or do ydu know where you can get the money to re build? Call at Progress Office and get . rates, or phone 249. FRANCO-AMERICAN HYGENIC TOILET ARTICLES, Flavoring Extracts, Etc. Mrs. C. B. Weaver, Agent. Water Valley, Miss. Phone 821. > 100 Engraved Cards Latest Style Script Cards & plate, $1.50, delivered Money With Order The Progress Office, Water Valley St. Cyr Cominandery K. T.. No. Regular conclave second Thursday night in each month. G. D. Brown, E. C. T. O. Gore Rec. Water Valiev Chapter, No. 5* Order Eastern Star. Holds regular meet ings in Masonic Temple 2nd and 4th Tuesday nights in each month, Mrs. I. P. Kennedy, W. Clyde Bell, Secretary. B.P. O, Elks, Water Valley Lodge* No. 4M>. Regular meetings second and fourth Tuesday nights in every moniu. Wortley Johnson, E. R; Jas,. B. Fulson, Secretary. Loohinvar Lodge, No. 66. Knights off Pythias, meets 1st and 3rd Friday night in every month at K. P. hall.. Visiting Knights coidially invited.'. W. A. Nolen, C. C ,J W. Maul* din, K. R. & S. Beatrice Lodge 466, K._ & L. of H meets first and third Tuesday nights in every month at Odd Fel lows Hall, at 7:30 o’clock, C. C. Bennett, Pro., Miss Georgia Curtis, Secretary, Water Valley Lo .ge. No. 82. I. O. O. F. , meets in tbelr hall every Mon day night at 7:30. S. J. Smith, N. G. , A. R. Coker, Sec. Eureka Encampment, No. 22, meet* 2nd and 4th Thursday n.ghts at 7:3o. A. B. Porter, C.P., W. H. Ba ker, Scribe. ‘ . OILMAN WOODS Attorney at Law Office Over Merchants Grocery Co,. Collections a Specialty J. L. HARRIS Attorney at Law. Office in Pythian Building** Practices in all the C«ubtv> Illinois Central Rail Road. Time of Trains at Water Valley (Schedule of May 10, 1914.) All trains remain at station five* minutes. TRAINS NORTH, ARRIVE No. 6 Northern Express....8:24^mm No. 24, Local Passenger-2:25 pim. No 84, Holly Springs ao. 6:60 p, m. TRAINS SOUTH, ARRIVE No 28, Local Passenger.11:26 a No. 5, Fa*t Mail.t... 10:15p No. 88, Local Passenger, 8:60 a HUGH M. BADDLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Mackey’s Grocery Store. Water Valley, Miss. 3M