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The City Itemizer
Established 1894. Water Valley, Valobdsha County, Miss. Office Phone, 256 Residence Phone, 183. THURSDAY, OCT. 14, 1915 Omitted, all the voyage of their life Is bound in shallows and in miseries; We must take the current when it serves, Or lose our ventures.” What countless thousands of young fellows have made the mis take of not taking the current when v it serves and have never again had Pthe opportunity for taking it! No one can make it for him. Let him see to it, first, that he is not a mis fit in his occupation; and then let him go at his work with the highest degree of earnestness and a wil lingness to make haste slowly if need be. Mr. D. Dudley Wagner returned home last Thursday night from a several months’ stay in different points in New York and Penn sylvania. Mrs. Leola Fulmer spent last week in Birmingham, Ala., the guest of her son, Mr. Ueorge Fulmer. We are showing the latest sea sonable fashions in Hats and Trim mings. You are cordially welcome at our Millinery Parlors on Cal houn Street. Miss M. Brown. Miss Thelma Gartee, of Canton, returned home Monday after a few days’ visit to our city the guest of Miss Gladys Azlin, Mr. Hugh MoColgan, of Mo Comb, spent Saturday and Sunday in our city city the guest of Mr. C. E. Komberger. Do you know how to keep young? Quit looking backward. Plant you some trees—no matter what your age is—that you expect, some day, to be able to sit and refresh yourself under the spread ing branches. Keep on learning something new all the time, PROGRAM The following progaam will be rendered at the Fifth Sunday Meeting to be held with Shady Grove Church, in Panola County, beginning at 10 o’clock a. m. Octo ber 30, 1915, and continuing two days. The Book of Galatians will be studied: Salutation, 1:1-5—E, F. Hipps, The Theme and Occasion, 1:6 9—F. W. Varner. Paul’s Gospel a Revelation, 1:10 to 2:14—J. W. Lee. Justification by Faith,2:15-19— J, H. Buchanan. The Out Living of the Inliving Christ, 2:20—J. B. Leavell, Righteousness Not By Law, 2:21 —N. F. Metts. The Holy Spirit Received By Faith, 3:1-5—W. I. Hargis. Abraham’s Faith and Righteous ness, 3:6-9—S. H. Shepherd. Law Condemns the Transgressor, 3:10-12—Hulett Johnson. Christ Our Redeemer, 3:13-18 — Hulett Draper. The Purpose of Lav?, 3:19-25— Joe Shepherd. The Justified Believer a Son in God’s Family, 3:26 to 4:7—E, F. Hipps. To Lapse Into Formality Tends Toward Idolatry, 4:8-18—J. W. Lee. Children of Promise, 4.19 to 5: 15—J. H. Buchanan. The Holy Spirit and the Flesh in the Child of God, 5:16-26—J. B. Leavell. Some Duties of God’s Children, 9:1-18 —W. I. Hargis. The little fellow is the one who always sees failure ahead and a ghost in the future—a regular Geewhizzicus—and is too feeble to meet them, the poor thing! Mrs. W. J. King who was on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. James Walker, in St. Louis, was called home last Thursday on account of the death of her brother, Mr. C. V. Stallaugs. Religion simply means a heart dedicated to God. Have you got it? Well, sir, you can say what yofl please about the hog, but he can deliver the goods and not have to work overtime. He may not be regarded as a gentleman in the highest sense, but when it comes to furnishing bacon, ham, spare ribs, backbones, lard, sausage, souse, brains and the like, be is a regular loaded submarine, cruising around upon earth. There isn't much that can be said in favor of his genius and cleanliness, but when it comes to furnishing trim mings for the table—-that place where nearly everything is narrow ed down to appetite—he covers all the ground he Btands on. That old phrase, “hog and hominy," sounds like the sweetest cadences sweeping out from a beautiful, but almost forgotten poem. Miss Kathleen Haduway re turned home Saturday night from a few days’ visit to Memphis, Mrs. J. R. Mauldin, of Jackson, spent a few days in our city last week the guest in the home of Mr. Cull Mauldiu. FOR RENT—4-Room cottage. Freshly painted, well screened and convenient to school. Apply to Mrs. W. H. Baker. 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: L. A. RUSHING SAM C. NATION. HARRY HALLIWELL REV. H. L. JOHNSON. R. S. MURRAY. REV. W. J. DERRICK EUGENE MIZE. R. D. ALLEN. A. J, LEE. J. B. ROGERS. D. R. WAGNER W. B. WAGNER W. M,TARVER. J.:C. TATE.