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Another Veteran Passes Out
of Service. On Wednesday Sept. 17th, Mr. C. 0. White, the Veteran Commer cial Appeal Agent of onr city, walked into the Memphis Com mercial office in company with Mr. W W. Gardner, one of our home boys, and proceeded to introduce him to the business manager of that great paper, and immediately tendered his resignation as Circa lator for the Commercial Appeal in Water Valley, and endorsed his associate to become his successor, whereupon Mr. Gardner was ap pointed and installed agent for the Commercial Appeal to succeed C. (J. White. I be Former passes out of the service with expressions of the most profound gratitude to the people of Water Valley, who, for nearly sevpn years, have exercised untiring patience with him as a public servant, while the latter as sumes new duties in the business world with full determination to perform every function of his new office to the entire satisfaction of a fair-minded people, and thereby comply with every requirement that can be duly made by the public whom he has sought to serve C OM1NQ! “BROADWAY BEAUTIES” MUSICAL ✓ COMEDY COMPANY TYLER’S GRAND ALL NEXT WEEK! Beginning MONDAY, SEPT. 29 Pretty Girls and Good Singing and Dancing P^IGE 15 AND 25 CENTS SPECIAL PREMIUMS Yalobusha County Fair The following Special premiums, given by the business men of Water Valley, are in addition to the List of cash premiums contained in the Catalogue of Yalobusha County Fair to be held on October 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th: W. L. GILL & CO : 2 sacks Menu Flour for best horse colt 3 months to 1 year old. 1 sack Menu Flour for best pig 5 months old. MRS. M. S. KUYKENDALL: Baby cap for prettiest baby. STEVE POWELL: Rocking chair for best display of garden products. F. B. DeSHON: Alarm clock for largest hog. B. LELAND & CO.: Gents’ hat for largest pumpkin. T U R N A G E-A TKINSON DRUG CO.: Bottle Rexall Hair Tonic for best pound of butter. R. R. PATE: 1 42-piece deco rated dinner set for best exhibition of Irish potatoes. R. E. BYERS & CO.: $1.00 bucket coffee for best lot of pea nuts. MECHANICS SAVINGS BANK—Cash Prizes: Best dis play of four varieties of jelly, $1.00 Best display of four varieties of preserves, $1.00 Best variety home made pickle, $1.00. Best four varieties home-canned fruit, $1.00, Best bottle home-made catsup, $1.00. MERCHANTS GROCERY CO.: 1 sack Harmony flour for largest pumpkin, 1 sack Harmony flour for largest sweet potato. J. LELAND TRUSTY: Best quart sorghum, $1.00. Ugliest old maid, auto ride. TARVER-DAVIS CO : $5 00 hat for best matured stalk cotton, J I. VAUGHN: Sack meal for the best 6 months old calf. DR. M. PORTER: 1 sack of Alice flour for the best loaf home made bread. S. C. METCALF & CO.: 2 bottles of Metcalf’s Chill Tonic for hardest chill had on Fair Ground. OSCAR J DAVIS: $1.00 shirt for best 6 months’ old pig. CITY BARBER SHOP: $1.00 to the man that owns the hardest whiskers from Yalobusha County. WAGNER & CO.: 1 pair $2.50 ladies’ shoes for the woman who has the largest family of children. AUXFORD-LE WIS FURNI TURE CO.: $1.00 worth mer chandise for best pair turkeys, any variety. L. E.BELL: One dollar’s worth of steak for best beef cow. MRS. E. E. WINTER: 2-lb, box candy to the prettiest 15 year old girl. W. J. BOWLES: 1 can coffee for the man that has the worst bow-legs. WHITE, KIMZEY & CO.: $1 backet cotfee for best stalk corn, BANK OF WATER VALLEY: $5.00 in cash for best mule under 4 years old. J. W. McLARTY & CO.: One pair blankets for oldest rnan on Fair Orounds. BUCKLEY BROS.: One dol lar’s worth of merchandise for best mare colt under six months old. $1.00 in merchandize for best mule colt under 2 years old. NOTE—It will be noted that Saturday, the Fourth Day of the Fair, will be devoted to the colored people. All exhibits and stock must be entered Saturday morning by 9 o’clock.