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The City Itemizer
Established 1894. Water Valley, Yalobusha County, Miss. Office Phone, 256 Residence Phone, 183. THURSDAY, MARCH 1911 If Any One His Died Eloped Married Left town Embezzled Had a fire Sold a farm Come to town Bought a home Had an acoident Been seriously ill Telephone 256 The City Itemizer, It is right hard sometimes to feel cheerful isn't it, even when, to the observation of others, there seems to be no grounds for unhap piness? Frequently there is some thing deeply hidden in your heart. It is shut out from the world, and the people are necessarily ignorant of the pain you are suffering You are keeping it to yourself-—you don’t want to burden your friends with it, and you don't care about your enemies knowing it. You are carrying your burden alone This is the keenest kind of trouble, for it partakes of the oharaoter of anxiety, and this is what turns people gray. Blessed is the man who can oarry a smiling face above a heavy heart. In a sense he is the worlds bensfactor, but the world does not know it. He oon oeals the darkness and gloom and turns loose the sunlight of cheer fulness, and helps to create joy and gladness in the hearts of hu manity. If you would know how to be. made young and beautiful attend The Old Maids Association, Friday evening Maioh 30th, given at the “Old College Building,” First floor Battery “A” Armory. Admission 15 and 25 oents. Patronize oar advertisers. The man with money can tell you that debt is the worst thin£ in the world. He has HIS money safe in the Bank. The black hand is certainly hanging over the poor devil who is in DEBT. DON’T get into debt. There are lots of little things you can go with out NOW that you can enjoy later if you'll just put a little money in the Bank. That little money will grow just as the acorn does into a GREAT OAK. You will be encouraged to work harder and EARN more when you have money in the bank. Put YOUR money in OUR bank. We pay 4 per cent interest on time deposits and compound the interest every six months. THE PEOPLES BANK Water Valley, Mississippi An exchange says: “A man went into his cow stable the other day and by mistake mixed the cow a nice mash in a box of sawdust, in stead of bran. The coW merely sup posing hard times had come and that they were going to economize, meekly ate her supper, and the man never discovered his mistake until the next morning, when he milked the cow and she let down a gallon of turpentine, a quart of shoe pegs and a bundle of lathes,” •m • m* - Prescription No. 688 is prepared especially for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. Five or six doses will break any case, and if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not return. It acts on the liver better than Calomel and does not «ripe or sicken. 25c t The Disloyal Senators. To withstand the will of the majority in Congress wbs to do the will of Germany. By thwart ing the will of the majority the twelve Senators who prevented a vote on the bill authorizing the President to arm American mer chant ships became Germany’s allies Bnd tools. They have hu miliated us before the world. They violated the unwritten laws of all reputable deliberative assemblies. They have been disloyal to their country at a-time of imminent peril. They should never again be intrusted by the American people with public office.—The Outlook, 14th inst.