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The City Itemizer
Established 18*54* TBUR8DAY, MAY 15, 1913. Water Valley, Yalobusha County, Miss Office Phone. 256, Residence Phone. 1H3 Mr. H. H. Kirkpatrick, District Dibit) Manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company, has been in the city for the past few days arranging for moving the Western Union Telegraph Office from the I. C. R. R. Company’s jffice to a more convenient loca tion. It has been decided to locate the Western Union Office in the Cumberland Telephone & Tele graph Company’s office, under the Management of H O. Roberts, Manager of the Cumberland Tele phone & Telegraph Company. A petition was signed by the busi aess firms of the city for this change to be made by putting the Western Union Office in the Office with the Telephone Company. Telegrams can be sent at any hour during the day or night and the Bxoellent Telephone service that we are getting under Manager Roberts’ supervision warrants a satisfactory Telegraph service to the people of Water Valley when the proposed arrangement can be perfected. L. A. French District Commercial Manager of the Qaa;v bprland Telephone -Telegraph [Company was in the city in connection with the arrangement fecTstates that he thinks the plans is proposed will be a very satis actory arrangement and the pa trons of the Telegraph Company will be much pleased with same. The Chopin Club. On May 3rd, The Chopin Club held a delightful meeting with Miss Helen Leland as hostess A pleasing and instructive program was given by the members. The afternoon proved a most enjoyable Dne for all present. Mrs. T. J. Dukeminear, of West Point, returned home Tuesday norning after a week’s visit to Mrs. T. H, Dorsey. All train service has been resum ed between Memphis* Vicksburg and New Orleans. G. H. BOWER, G. P. A. North Miss. Musical Club. Mrs. Charles Avent delightfully entertained the North Mississippi Musical Club at her home on Church street last Saturday after noon. After a very interesting program from Wagner’s Opera, the Meistersinger, delicious re freshments were served. The Club had with them their honorary member from Jackson, Mrs. J. N. Flowers, who delighted them with the rendition of one of Carrie Jacob Bunds’ beautifl vocal se lections. The next meeting will be with Mrs. John L. Kirby on May 24th. Miss Gladys Hubbard returned last Saturday morning from a several days’ visit to friends in Corinth. While there she was the recipient of a number of so cial courtesies. 1-3 Off - - -S.Vt.nfi OF .1 EH EI JtY l»o not fail to take ad vantage ui the 1-3 oil Jew* elr.y .Sale now on at the II. Parsons old stand. Tyler’s Orand has furnished fun and enjoyment to- patrons this week in presenting the Dog and Monkey Show of Prof. Horne’s, and the entertainments have been enjoyed to the fullest extent by the little fellows. FOUND —Watch and chain. To all appearance been lost for for several years Owuer may have same by describing itand paying for this advertisement. H. V. Williams. Mrs. T. T Oliver, of Canton, re turned home Tuesday after a few days’ visit to her sister, Mrs. Per cy Tucker. Coming Soon. Miss Perle Strickland, of Holly Springs, will appear in onr city soon, under the auspices of the Chopin Club, in one of her su perb Readings. Miss Strickland is considered one of the finest Readers of the country, having gained great dis tinction at many Chatuauquas and other places where her splendid work received highest praise. At Mont Eagle last summer, in one of her evenings, she gave 15 encores. A rare treat is in store for all who may hear her. FOR RENT—My residence on Simmons street. For further information. Phone 157. Mrs J. Frank Carr. Mr. and Mrs S. E Fox. of Me ridian, are visiting the family of Dr. J. M. Whitson this week. Mr. Fox left Tuesday for Pensacola, Fla., where he goes to arrange for permanent residence. Mrs. Fox will remain in our city for a few weeks. Rev. W. J O’Bryant left Mon day morning for a several days’ visit to his family near Lexington. He was convalescing from a sever al days’ illness and goes for recu peration. SEE JESSE F. DAVIS For Estimates on Concrete, Brick Work. Carpentering, Painting and Papering. Mrs. Z.T Carter, of Wallace, who had been visiting the family of her son, Mr. W B. Carter, in our city, returned home last Sunday. p O R REN T—A Front Room for oupleortwo nice young men. Couple preferred. Phone ‘204.