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Insure Your Home Against
FIRE In the BIGGEST, MOST LIBERAL and BEST Fire Insurance Company in the Uni ted States, the old, reliable, HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. JNO. H. WAGNER, Agent. ' Mr. G. G. Gregory returned home Sunday evening from a few days’ visit to Enid, where he was the guest of his uncles, Messrs. J. H. and H. B. Goweu. Mrs. S, J, Hayes, of Memphis, returned home last Sunday after noon after a weeks’ visit to our city the guest of Mrs. John Markette. Misses Dula and Mary Mackey left last week to take a course in Nelsou’s Business College in Memphis. Better laugh at people’s jokes; you may have occasion to spring one yourself some day. Mr Paul Azlin was up from Sumner, where he holds a position in the Drug Store of Drs. Biles & Fox, and spent a few days last week mingling with his friends, the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. M. Azlin. —PORTER’S ECZEMALORE guaranteed to cure eczema, pim ples, poison oak, rash, red nose, toe itch, burning feet, dandruff, in sect bites, at Turnage-Atkinson’s Mr. J. W. Spooner spent a day or two of last week with friends at Boyle, where he was the guost of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Spencer. Mr. W. Thomas, of Como, spent last week in our city the guest of Mr. J, E. Barfield, and left Sunday afternoon for a several days’ visit to relatives in Oxford. It’s queer what funny things some men see when they are blind drunk. Mr. Phillip Wilson returned last Sunday evening from a few days’ business trip to Jackson. Mr. Andrew Stephens was up from Durant and spent Saturday and Sunday with homefolk. Mr. Vane R, Coker, who was down from Nelson,s Business Col lege last week to attend the fu neral of his grand mother, Mrs. Fannie Green, returned to Mem phis last Sunday afternoon. POSTED. All the lands of the undersigned are posted against everybody— hunters, fishers and especially the fire fiend. Anybody trespassing will be visited with the penalty of the law: SAM C. NATION. HARRY HALLIWELL REV. H. L. JOHNSON. R. S. MURRAY. REV. W. J. DERRICK EUGENE MIZE. R. D. ALLEN. A. J, LEE. DR. F. H. SMITH J. B. ROGERS. D. R. WAGNER W. B. WAGNER W. M, TARVER. J. C. TATE. J. FRANK CARR. PROFESSIONAL CARL'S J. L. HARRIS, Attorney-at-Law, Office in K. of P. Building, Water Valley, Miss. Will Practice in all Courts, W. P. HAMILTON, attorney and COUNSELOR AT LAW Will Practice in all tho Courts Office in Masonic Building. Phohe 180 WaterValley, Mits H. H. CREEKMORE, W. I. STONE, Water Valley, MisS. Coffeeville, Miss, CREEKMORE & STONE, LAWYERS, Will Practice in all the Courts HUGH M. BADDLEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Water Valley, - Mississippi Office over Mackey's store. Will Practice in all the Courts. R. F. K I M M O N S LAWYER WATER VALLEY, MISS. Office over Langdon’s Barber Shop W. C. BLOUNT, attokney-at-la w. Office at Corner Wood and Main Street Water Valley, Miss, M, C. WOODS, LAWYER, Office Second Floor Merchants Grocery Company. Water Valley,_Mississippi Dr. S. J. Smith. Scientific and P ractica Optometrist Glasses fit ted adjusted and repair ed. All work guaranteed Office in Of fice at Hendrick’s Foundry. Phone 78 Repair Shop. Guns, Sewing Machines and Bicycles And All Kinds of Light Machinery Repaired and Put in First Class Condition. R. L. ALLEN. Shop at Woods Street Crossing.