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The City Ilemizer
Established 1894. THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1915 Sausage, ribs, back bones and such like! Does that sound like a hungry fellow? We have some delinquent subscribers we feel sure will think of our interest when they read this, Turkey, dressiug, cranberries and sauce! That sounds a little bigoted, don’t it? We are rapidly reaching the climax now, when your sympathy will know no bouuds. Poundcake, not layer cake—but regular old pound cake—boiled custard, pies and potato custard with spice in ’em! Now, ain’t that talking some! Ain’t your own month gone to watering? Stand back aud just let us get to ’em! We just want to illustrate the question of parity. It makes a fellow think ot cow’s, of wheat fields, of poultry yards, of potato farms, of sugar cane fields, bog raising, and everything else that indirectly produces indi gestion. Now, come up wdtli your subsciiptionand we’ll haveanotber thought coining! Yes, bless your souls! “Little Sister” Dolls, Baby Dolls, Kid Body Dolls, and many others that will delight the little folks. At McClamroch’s, --«-—**» Mrs. J. L. Johnson and daugh ter, Miss Jessie, of Clinton, te turned home today after a two weeks’ visit to our city the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Johnson. Mrs, P. R Branton, of Burdette, on her way home from a visit to her daughters, Misses Irene and Ada Quay, who are attending school in Tennessee, stopped over aud spent Monday and Tuesday in our city the guest of her sister, Mrs, W. L. Addington. Mrs. Harvey Brown, of Jackson, returned home Monday after a few 'ays’ visit to relatives in our city the guest of her aunt, Miss Pet Morgan. _ Mr. Hugh West, of Jackson, representing the Volunteer State Life Insurance Company, was in the city a few days this week im pressing the fact that insurance was the best polioy. Wood for Sale. Plenty of good, well-seasoned oak wood—any length. Stove wood $4,50 per cord. Call Phone 93 W7. J. Derrick, My time, Energy and Effort are De voted Exclusively to the Eyes. We know that if we relieve eye strain, any bodily disturbance that may have been caused by such strain will be relieved; also strain pro duces fatigue, nervousness, headache and many other troubles. It is a barrier to the student and workman—then the enjoyment you get out of life depends on the way you see things of life. The Best is the Cheapest. We believe in quality in everything, because it is an absence of qual ity of service and goods that make the bargain counter glasses dangerous. You get quality in service—quality in goods when you visit us, and the price is no more. CALL AND HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED. Herring Hotel, Thursday December 9th BYRON MITCHELL OPTOMETRIST. Judge and Mrs J. G. McGowen and children attended the funeral of Mrs. McGowen’s father, Dr. D. S. Richmond last Saturday, who passed away at his home in Eudora last Friday. The friends of the family here deeply mourn with the bereaved ones in their sorrow at the passing away of this good man—this prominent and sub stantial citizen. Judge J C. Wilson and Attor neys Flmer Holmes and M. M, Hall, of Memphis, were down look ing after business before the Chan cery Court this week. RUB-MY-TISM Will cure Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Old Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm, Ec zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyne, used internally or externally. 25c Mrs. Lee M. Russell, of Oxford, is visitiug relatives in our oily this week the guest in the homes ot Messrs. L W and O. P. Mackey, Miss Velma MciSwain, of Paris, has been spending several days oi the week with relatives and friends in our city, News was received in onr city last Saturday of the death of Mrs, Alice Brown, wife of Mr. Charlie Brown, former residents of our city, which sad event occurred in Ssd An'rnio, Texas. She leaves a husband aud four children. Her sister, Mrs. Jennie Davis, of our city, has the sympathy of our peo ple in her sorrow. Miss Colie Addington returned home last Wednesday night from Bard well, Ky., where she has been Trimmer in a prominent Millinery establishment. Miss Nellie West, of Jackson, returned home Monday morning after a several days’ visit to our city the guest in the home of Mrs. J, L, Mauldin. V -<< Christmas Tree Services. Main Street Methodist Church will have their Christmas Tree on Christmas Eve night. The Com mittee will be at the church the entire day to receive the presents. Everybody invited. If you area member of that church or Sunday School or not, you are welcome. Glad to have you come. Dr. M. Porter, Supt.