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The City itemizer. (Water Valley, Miss.) 1894-1918, December 17, 1914, Image 6

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The City Itemizer
Established 1894.
THURSDAY, DEC. 17, 1914.
Office Phone. 256,
Residence Phone,183.
Water Valley,
Yalobusha County. xMiss.
United Charities.
At the meeting held last Sun
day evening by the United Chari
ties organization names were given
in from the following churches
and organizations to represent
them on the Board of Directors:
Eastern Star, Mrs. I. P. Kennedy.
Knights of Pythias, C. T. Jones.
Masonic Fraternity, G. D. Brown.
First Presbyterian Church, Rich
ard Buckley.
First Baptist Church, J. W. Thorne
First Methodist Church, H. A. Lee.
First Christian Churoh, J. R.
Smith.
On motion the pastors of, the
churohes of the city were made
honorary members of the Board of
Directors.
The work of the organization is
now started out in good earnest
and every aid that can be given
the officers in their efforts to alle
viate suffering in the community,
will be an aid in the right direc
tion and greatly appreciated.
The time set for the meetings of
the offioers and Board of Direc
tors is the first Sunday in each
month in the afternoon in the K,
P. Hall at 2:30 o’clock.
Those who want bargains—real
bargains in dry goods of all kinds
—will miss an opportunity worthy
of their attention if they fail to
visit the store of Oscar J. Davis
while his slaughtering sale is go
ing on, and whioh will continue
throngh the 24th of December
Every article is marked down to a
big difference, and are being sold
at prices that should receive your
consideration.
Special attention given to Re
modeling and Re-trimming Hate.
Mies M. Srown,
Phone 465.
The North Mississippi Musical
Club.
Mrs, Charles D. Murray and
Mrs. Arthur William Moss were
the charming hostesses of the N.
M. M. C. on the afternoon of
November twenty-fifth. After the
program delightful refreshments
were seaved.
PROGRAM.
FAUST..GOUNOD
FIRST PRODUCED IN PARIS
MARCH 7, 1859.
Paper_Mrs. Avent
Overture-Max Spiker
_Mrs. Murray
Songs Aria—Ah! e strano, Ballata
(Reigned a King in Thule)
Mrs. Baddley
Piano—Polanaise, from Faust. Th.
Herbert
Miss Fulmer
Song-Lovely Flowers, I Pray Thee
Mrs. Moss
Piano—'Airs from Faust, Max
Spioker
Mrs, Armstrong.
Song—Jewel Song, Mrs Stephens
Piano-Waltz from Kermesse Scene
Miss Boydston
Reading_Mrs. Armstrong
Piano—Selected_Charles Moss
Mrs. J. Frank Carr, of San
Angelo, Texas, arrived in the city
last week for an extended visit to
relatives and friends and is the
guest of her sister, Mrs, S. P.
Carr.
Mrs. W. A. Taylor and two little
daughters, of Memphis, are down
for a several weeks’ visit to rela
tives and friends the guests of her
mother, Mrs. J. M. Whitson.
Mr. John Mayfield left yesterday
for a several days’ visit to relatives
and friends in Columbus, Miss,
and Reform, Ala.
For Rent.
My residence on Simmons street
with Seven rooms, suitably arrang
ed for two families.
Mrs. J. Frank Carr.
Phone 157.
Notice to County and District
Officers.
As required by Chapter 17, Sec
tion 357 (336) Code of 1906, and
amended by the Legislature of
1914 by House Bill 1905, Chapter
237, page 299, will proceed to make
an examination of the books of the
various county ofBoers. Please,
therefore, have your books ready
for examination at the places and
on dates in the following schedule:
All officers resident in First
District at Coffeeville on Monday,
December 21, 1914, at my office.
All officers resident in Second
District in Water Valley Wednes
day, December 23, 1914, at my
office. Yours truly,
R. Speabman,
Chancery Clerk.
December 16,1916,
Mrs, Willie Woods returned
home Monday from Memphis,
where she had been for several
weeks, being called there on ac
count of the 6udden death of her
father, Mr. J. F. Enderline, which
sad event occurred on Dec. 2nd.
Mrs. Woods has the tenderest
sympathy of her many friends in
her deep sorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Coats have
returned from Jones, La., where
they were called on account of the
death of their father, Mr. J. B.
Coats.
No. Six-Sixty-Six
This is a prescription prepared especially
for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER.
Five or six doses will break any case, and
if taken then as a tonic the Fever will not
return. It acts on the liver better than
Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 25e
If we could only out out selfish
ness and the spirit of grumbling
and finding fault, you just don’t
know what progress we would
make in rounding up for better
things. Selfishness is about the
only thing that stands between us
and suocess. It’s next to the mean
est quality in the world. In
gratitude is the meanest.
WANTED—Sewing. Apply to
Mbs. W. T. Everett
Phone 60.

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