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The City itemizer. (Water Valley, Miss.) 1894-1918, September 15, 1910, Image 9

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r- nyiug cheap glasses is poor
economy. Have your eyes cor
rectly fitted and save your most
valuable asset- eye sight. Dr.
Byron Mitchell, Eye Specialist, of
West Point, Miss., will examine
and test your eyes free at the
New Herring Hotel in our city on
September 171h and 19th.
Dr. Mitchell devotes his entire
time to the practice of optics and
is Vice president of the Missis
sippi Optical Society.
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Mrs. S. D. Hubbard left Sunday
morning for Memphis to spend
the coming winter with her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. W. Canterberry.
Little Miss Dovie Smithart re
turned home last Sunday from
Memphis where she had been for
several weeks with relatives and
Mr, N. S. McLean, of Memphis,
was mingling with his old friends
a few hours last Monday,
WANTED—Boarders in private
family. Convenient location and
comfortable arrangement. Apply
at this office.
Sheriff and Mrs E. H. Simith
left last Sunday night for Gulf
port to attend the Mississippi State
Shrift's’ Association, which was in
session Monday, Tuesday and
Little Miss Oma Clement, of
Velma, spent a few days’ in our
city last week the guest of Miss
Veta Thornton.
The Baraca Bible Class of the
First Methodist Church Sunday
School holds the second entertain
ment this (Wednesday) evening
at the parsonage. There will be
a contest among the members on
questions taken from the past quar
ter's lessons, after which music
and other features of entertain
ment will be enjoyed. On next
Sunday the Library will be in
stalled, and all persons desiring
to contribute books, are asked to
be present with them.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. McCracken
and little son and daughter, of
Huntington, Ark., returned home
Monday after a severrl days’ visit
to the the family of Mi. J. C.
a few miles south of. the
Mr. Luther Thorne left Monday
evening for Blue Mountain to at
tend a session of the Blue Moun
tain College.
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Miss Kate Johnson, of Big
Springs, returned home Monday
afternoon from a few days’ visit
to Coffeeville, where she was the
guest of the Misses Pale.
Miss Ora McCormick, of Castle
berry, returned home Monday from
a several days’ visit to friends anil
relatives in Torrance.
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Mrs J, T. Nason left Monday
for a few daps’visit to friends in
Jackson, Tenu.
Get Your Clothes Pressed.
I will clean and press your
clothes in exchange for discarded
garments. Will also buy second
hand clothing at reasonable price.
I you have no old clothing 1 will
press your new ones reasonably
and dye them any color you.want, d
Second-hand clothes for sale, J
Bob Reed, y

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