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V -- '*'* Works Campaign jrdance with the plans ol -rm Extension Bureau of the J Agricultural College and the -deral Department of agriculture ne week beginning the 13tn ol jNov., has been designated as Watei Works Campaign Week in the state; and as your local faru demonstrator, it becomes my dutj to hold as tmany meetings in the County as I oan that week. The following named places anc dates have been set apart for these meetings, and I will be glad tc ^haveall farmers and their familiei in each community to meet meane talk over the different water worki plans that have been tested ou audfoundfto be practical and help ful to the average farmer, and oheaj enough that they may be installec and used with the expenditure o much money rSotb sanitation and oonvenienct for the farm borne are to be pro aioted by these inexpensive wate: ” ' vvorks systems and most farmeri already have satisfactory wate sourcifea; usualy all that will be needed wiil be some piping, kitch en sink and a good pitober pump I will g° io the home of ant farmer who wishes to put in one o these systems and explain all th< work and furnish detailed plan and instructions so that he wil have no trouble installing same Sylva Rena, Nov. 13th, 10:00 a. m Williamson School house, Nov 13th, 2:00 p, m Oakland, Nov., 14th, 10:00 a. m. Tillatoba, Nov., 14tb, 2:00, p. m. Little Rock school house, Nov, 15th, 10:00 a. m Walthall, Nov., 15th, 2:00 p. m. Clear Springs, Nov, 16th, 10:0( a. m. Elam, Nov., 16th, 2:00 p. m. Pilgrims Resst school, Nov,, 17th 10:00 a. m. Air Mount, Nov., 17tb, 2:00 p m. Death of Mr. Smith. Our people were greatly euprisec last Wednesday morning to learr of the sudden death of Mr. J William Smith, a well known anc greatly esteemed citizen of Yalo busha County and fora number ol years a citizen and business man ol our city, which occured some timt during the night, as he was founc early that morning in bed, cold it death, at the home of bis brother Mr. Ed. Smith, where be had beer living the past year Mr, Smith was 70 years of Bgt at the time of bis death and waf an honorable and upright man in all his dealings. The remains were brought to out pity Weqdesday afterpoon and The painter knows when he uses Liquid Granite on a floor that the finish will satisfy the most criti cal. It not only produces a, beautiful, soft, deep lustre but resists the hardest usage. 1 The occasional use of a floor mop keeps the finish in perfect condition. Liquid Granite is also fine for use on oil cloth and linoleum, and all interior work where the wear is severe. i If interested in white interiors you will be glad to know about Luxeberry White Enamel. This produces a rich, smooth, snow white finish > that w’ll UOt turn yellow, chip or crack. Dull or gloss fipish, as you prefer. Can be washed with soap and water. Made by Berry Brothers, world’s largest var nish makers. RICHARD BUCKLEY, The Leading Hardware Store, 401 N. Main Street, Water Valley Miss. (126) _ rai "■ ...V" in ■■ r — carried to the home of Mrs. B G\ Wright where the fune-al was held Thursday morning at 10 o’clock, 1 conducted by Elder A. B. Morris, of Oxford, assisted by Rev, J W. Dorman, after whioh the remains were laid to rest in Oak Hill cemetery, The example of America must be a special example, and must be an example not merely of peace be cause it will not fight but because peace is a healing and elevating influence of the world, and strife is not.—President W. Wilson, Moore—Littleton. Mr, Joe Moore, Clerk at the I j C. R. R. Yard Offioe, and a splen did young man, and Miss Mabel Littleton, an accomplished and attractive young lady of our city, were united in marriage Wednes day morning at the Baptist par socage, Rev. A. A Walker, officiat ing in a most impressive manner. Mr. and Mrs. Moore left imme diately for a few days’ visit to the groom s parents in Canton. The Itemizer joins their friends in congratulations and best wishes.