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Hie City Itemizer
Established 1894* THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1913. Water Valley, Yalobusha County, Miss. Office Phone. 256, Residence Phone, 183, Mr. Charlie Hague left last Thursday for Jackson, Tenn., where he takes a position in M. & O. Shops. Mr. J. L Trusty has been elect School Trustee to fill the vacan cy created by the resignation of Mr. C. M. Starke. Beat 2 has voted good roads, it is now time for Beat 3 to fall in line. __ Mr. Thad Trusty attended a meeting of Mississippi Sheriff’s in Gulfport last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Page are off for a several weeks’ visit to Hot Springs. Mr. Herman Weiser returned home last Wednesday from a three month’s visit to California. Mr, W. M. Jennings, of Bell County, Texas, has been spending several days the guest of his daugh ter, Mrs. T. E. Green, three miles southwest of the city. Mrs J. B. Cobb and two chil dren, Misses Elizabeth and Kath leen. of Jackson, Teun., returned home last Thursday after a several weeks’ visit to our city the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. U afford. Mrs. Q. E. Harvey and Miss Esther Michael of Chicago, on their return home from attending the Convention o| Bible Students in Hot Springs, took occasion to visit friends in our city last Thurs day and Friday. Next series of Ball Games will be between Water Valley and Vai den this (Wednesday) Thursday and Friday. These games promise to be interesting, Take little time off and go and see them. Your disposition to criticise will never do you any good, my dear feiiow-citizen. There is a criti cism that is just, but you have to be careful how you handle it. If you see where it will do any good, and you are certain you can han dle the situation, you might try your hand. Mr. W. L. Addington returned last Friday from a three weeks’ visit to Hot Springs. Mrs C. C. Cannon and little son, Master Roy, returned home last Thursday from a couple of weeks’ visit to Mt. Carmel, 111., where she was the guest of her mother, Mrs. John Ritter. Missis Marion Boland, of Cal houn City, and Ida Shipp, of Big Creek, passed through our city last Friday for a few days’ visit to friends in Winona. Mrs. J. P. Anderson and two children, Masters George Lee and Charles Frank, left Friday for a few days’ visit to friends in Coffee ville, Mrs. M. V. Higginbotham and three children, of Tie Plant, re turned home Friday after a few days’ visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McKee, five miles east of the city. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Farrow left Friday for a several days’ visit to friends in Memphis. Mrs. O. T. Hamner left last Fri day for a couple of months’ visit to relatives and friends in Tusca loosa, Ala., where she will be the guest of her mother, Mrs. Amanda Martin. Mr, C. H. Hammond spent last week on Hog Creek, near Ham mond, La., where he wae sporting with the finny tribe. We just can’t help but like the name of that creek. Man, there must be something doing! C. H, reports a good time alright. ——— Mr. W. C. Murphree, of Merid ian, on his way home from visiting his sister, Mrs. M. J. White, who is sick at her home in Waterford, stopped over and spent a day or two with his friends in our city last week. TO Ford’s Wells For Both HEALTH and HAPPINESS The place where you can get the Water and the Atmosphere that will build you up and make you new* The valuable Medici nal qualities of this Water is recognized by all who have used it and is spoken of in highest terms. Visit these Wells and you will be convinced of the truth of this state ment. Terms Reasonable.