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| parlors of the First Methodist F church Dec. 11th and 12th. Only two weeks ilow until San ta Claus Will come sailing around with his 'reindeers, Teddy bears, automobile, aereoplane or some thing of that sort, and assist in malting the children glad Let uo tell you something, children; he never goes around with his mouth stuck out. Bis uppermost thought is to make some one happy. This would be a pretty good disposition for you to have wouldn’t it? Guaranteed Jewelry, only, sold at Quick's. If a man wants to get acquaint ed with human nature let him edit a country newspaper for awhile. Until he has served in that, capac ity he knows nothing of the ups and downs of life. He may be a preacher, a banker, a merchant, a horse trader or a farmer, or he may have practiced law, sawed wood, been a road overseer or a member of the school board, but he needs a brief experience as an editor of a rural newspaper to complete his knowledge of the eccentricities of human nature.—Exchange. -—•— FOR RENT—A nice five-room cottage. Apply to Mas. M. A. Cutting. --*-—«► Mr. and Mrs. Cull Mauldin are receiving congratulations from their friends on the arrival of a fine boy baby at their home last Saturday morning. --♦ And Uufcle Joe chewed his rich ambeer-producing tobacco, and spit, going and coming, while Mayor Malone, of Memphis, pre sented the question of the Deep water ways to his Royal Highness The papers say his treatment of the Mayor was positively discour teous. Well, Uncle Joe is a kind of self-assertive fellow, andnoex , cuse can be offered for his conduct. Hand painted china, cut glass, gilt clucks, chime clocks, gift clocks of every description. Ask for your tickets. HOT! iiUK§-P4 KSONK Jewelry Company. ire Works RESH FROM actory ANCY CANDIES > RUITS, Confections 1 Nolen Brothers. Death of Mr. J. F. Spencer, j Mr. J. F. Spencer, who was for a number of years a resident of Water Valley, but who for the past several years has been resi ding in Memphis, was found dead in bed in a hotel in Holly Springs last. Thursday morning. He was on his way to visit relatives in our city. He was a member of the Woodmen of the World, and under the auspices of that Lodge he was laid to rest. Upon arrival here his remains were carried to the home of his father-in-law, Rev. C. Gr. Blount, where they remained until after funeral service was held by Rev. W. J. Derrick, when they were interred in Oak Hill ceme tery Friday evening. The tender est sympathy of our people is ex tended to his bereavement rela tives in their sorrow. Myers—Payne. Mr. Roy Myers, an enterprising young business man, of Brandon, and Miss Byrt Payne, an attractive and populor young lady of Water Valley, were united in marriage last Thursday morning at the resi dence of the bride’s parents in our city by Rev. W. J. Derrick. This was a surprise wedding to our people, being over and the happy couple ready to leave for their home in Brandon before | it was known. The Itemizer joins their numerous friends in extend ing congratulations, the best wish es of all of whom accompany the happy couple to their home. PROFESSIONAL CARDS j. H. KIMMONS. R. F. KIMMON Oxford. Water Valley. KIMMONS & KIMMONS LAWYERS. Water Valley ana Oxford, Miss J. G. M c G O W E N, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Water Valley, • - Mississippi C. R. HOTCHKISS, OPTICIAN, OiBce With Hotch k iss-P arsons Jewelry Co. H. H. CREEKMORE, W. I.'STONE, Water Valley, Miss. Coffeeville, Miss. CREEKMORE & STONE, LAWYERS, Will Practice in all the Courts G. L. WILSON, DENTAL SURGEON, Office over R. R. Pate’s Store. Office Hours : 8 to 12, x to 5. WATER VALLEY, : : : : MISSISSIPPI Telephone No- 26° J. L. HARRIS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Will Practice in all tho Courts. Office in Masonic Building. So’id silwor child’s sets, cups, plates, spoons, etc. You may get a $75.00 pres ent. HOTCHKISS-F JIWOMS, Jewelry Company. vVeigh some men and you will find them wanting in everything but weight.