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For City Clerk GATES R. WOOD. For Marshal M. K RICHARDS. WALTER A COTNER E. H. ROGERS. PAT TIERCE For Street Commissioner C. C. McCARSON. For Alderman-at-Large. J. P MASON W. V. JOHNSON. O. T. HAMNER. For Alderman, Ward I C. E. ROMBERGER. For Alderman, Ward 2 W. C DOOLEY. For Alderman, Ward 3 J. R. MARKETTE T. Q. ELLIS. W. J. KING. Dedication Service. Let every member of the First Methodist church be preseut at the preaching hour next Sunday morning. All obligations on the new church, having been cleared away formal dedication of the property will take place. Bishop Mnrrah, of Jackson, will be pres ent and preach the dedication ser mon. Revs. W. W. Woollard and J. H Mitchell, former pastors of the First Methodist church, and Presiding Eld , Rev. R A Tucker, have been invited, and are expect ed to be present. Everybody most cordially invited. Miss flilma D. Smith has just returned from a second most suc cessful season of study at the Boll ing-Musser Music Studios in Memphis, where she took special courses in Harmony, Interpreta tion and Musical History. Miss Smith will be in her Studio for consultation with patrons regard ing these branches of musical education and culture every Wednesday from 8 a. m. to 12 m. until classes are formed. Regular piano work will be given in all grades. Messrs. Woods & Tinsley have bought out Mack’s Auto Repair Shop, and the interest of Mr. D. E, Parks, located in Lamar Block, and have moved their works from their shop on Church street to the Lamar Block, where they will hereafter oonduct the business, and where they are better prepared than ever to take care of your business. JUDGE E. D. DINKINS For Judge of the Seventeenth Judicial District. We are authorized to announce Judge E. D. Dinkins, of Charles ton, as a candidate for Judge of the 17th Judicial District. He was appointed by Governor Brewer to filled the unexpired terra made vacant by the death of the late Judge Eckles. Judge Dinkins is a man in the prime of life, and who has enjoyed for a number of years a successful law practice in Tallahatchie and adjoining counties, and when ap pointed to the Bench, was serving the people in this District as Dis trict Attorney. He is a man whose strong Chris tian character, whose knowledge of the law, whose executive ability, and whose energetic and prompt attention to the business of the Courts fits him specially for the high position of Circuit Judge. It is important tuat the law De administered in our Courts in a prompt, proper, and efficient man ner, and that court expenses be reduced to a minimum, aud in or der to have such an administra tion it is necessary that the most capable men be elected to office of Judge. The election of Judge Dinkins to the full term will in sure to the people of this Judicial District such an administration. The record of Judge Dinkins, while serving as District Attorney, in assisting the late lamented Judge Eckles, is one of which any man might be proud, and speaks for his fair, prompt, and vigorous enforcement of the lav?. The prompt and efficient manner in which court business was dispatch ed by Judge Eckles, assisted by District Attorney Dinkins, met with the approval of all, and stands as a monument of recommendation. The eutire Bar of Yalobusha County, we believe, have endorsed the candidacy of Judge Dinkins, and all who had business in the Circuit Court, at the last term, are favorably impressed with the qual ioations of Judge Dinkins. Yalo busha County will give Judge Dinkins, we are impressed, a hand some majority at the election, as we believe all classes and factions will join with The Itemizer in the wish that Judge Dinkins may be elected in the ooming November eleotion. We have heard nothing but good of him. Dr. Wade Horton, of DeRidden La, is in the city fora several weeks’ visit to relatives and friends, the guest in the home of his sis ter, Mrs. H. H. Creehmore. FALL OPENING Week Beginning Monday SEPTEMBER FOURTEENTH = 1914= Will have on Display a nice and well-selected line of PATTERN & TAILORED =H A T S = SHAPES, TRIMMINGS &c. Will remodel and remake Hats, Furnish Trimmings when necessary. Do not fail to call on us. Can save you money. MISS M. BROW'N, Calhoun Street. Phone 465. Mr. and Mrs. S. F drear and little son, Master Walter Wdliaro, came down from Chicago last Sat urday for a visit to their pareuts, Mr. and Mrs. W H. Baker. FOR SALE—One Buggy, 1 Edison Great Graphopone with 5(J Records, for Cash or Stove Wood. Mbs. Q. B. Gray. Miss Elizibeth Hatnner, of Tus caloosa, is in the city for a months’ visit to her brother, Mr. O. T. Hamner. FALL OPENING Monday T uesday, Wednesday, SEPTEMBER 14, 15 & 16. Do not forget to call at my MILLINERY PARLORS and inspect my display of PATTERN HATS —and— MILLINERY NOVELTIES Also a complete line of UN TRIMMED HATS to select from. MRS. M. S. KUYKENDALL Phone 512.