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The City itemizer
Established 1894. Water Valely, Yalobusha County, Miss,_ Office Phone, 256 Residence Phone, 183, THURSDAY^ AUGUST 30, 1917 City Schools to Open. The Water Valley City Schools will begin the session of 1917-18, Monday, September the 10th, at 9 A. M, All friends and patrons of the sohool are invited to be present. § On account of the crowded con dition at the Main School Build ing, the School Board has seen fit to establish a Primary School at the old College. All pupils in and below the fifth grade, who live north of the boundary line given below, will be required to attend the North end Sohool. All other pupils are required to attend sohool at the Main School Build ing. The boundry line is as rouows: Begining on the west side of the city limits at Lee Street, along Lee Street, to Robinson Street, then north to Wise Street, then due east to Railroad property. On the east side of shops, the line is Lee Street to City Limits. The usual incidental fee and tuition will be charged all pupils who live outside the city limits. A meeting for all the teachers is jailed for Friday, September the 7th at four P. M. C. S. Bigham, Superintendent Every tiling in School Supplies at JIKTUALPS. Picnic at Orrwood. There will be a big Picnic at Orrwood next Tuesday, Sept. 4th, given by the Ladies’ Cemetery As sooiation of that vicinity. Several speakers from a distance will be on hand. Every body invited to at tend and help in the oause. Plenty of good things for every body to eat. Don’t forget a good time is in store for all who visit Orrwood on September 4th. Miss Ethel D. Rowland, who has been spending her vacation at her home in Tennessee, wilt arrive in the city about September the 1st. She has been spending several weeks in the Markets studying styles and selecting goods for the firm of Davis Bros., and will again have charge of their Millinery Department, A card from her states that Bhe wiil have an un usually attractive line of Millinery and Ready to-Wears for her many customers and friends, Mrs. H. W. Gfurner and children are home from a several weeks' visit to relatives and friends at her old home in Canton, Notice. As I have been accepted by the U. S. government and am now a a member of the U. S. Reserve Corps, Dental Surgeons, lam sub ject to call for duty by the govern ment at any time. This necessi tates me shapiug up my affairs so as to be ready to go when called. With this object in view, it will be impossible to do any further professional work on credit, so from this date all dental work will be strictly cash. Kindly remem ber this and come prepared to settle for the work when you have it done, as I positively will not do any more credit business. I have a number of outstanding accounts due me which I respect fully ask settlements to be made at an early date, I do not want to be called in the service leaving these aocounts behind, unsettled Besides I need the money, If you owe me an aooount kindly give this matter your consideration and call at an early date and make settlement before I am compelled to leave my home and business for an iudetinite length of time, I have tried to be accommodating and fair in my dealings with you, now will you be fair with me and give this matter your immediate attention? Thanking you for the many past favors and hoping you will give my request your early attention, I am Respectfully DR. 0. W. Stephens, Death 6f Mr. Jennings* Our people were greatly grieved last Sunday when it became known that Mr. Zack E. Jennings had passed away the evening before at Mineral Wells, Texas, where he had been for his health. Home several months ago Mr, Jennings was stricken with paral ysis at his home in Sumner bnt he had recovered to such an extent that he was able to attend to his business. Some two weeks ago he went to Texas where he was again stricken on Tuesday of last week and passed away as a result, Mr. Jennings was a Water Val ley reared young man, member of one of the oldest and most promi nent families in the State, and was one of the langest and most suc cessful planters its the Delta and was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. The remains were brought to our city Monday morning for in terment in Oak Hill cemetery, the funeral being held at the grave conducted by his pastor, Rev. Mr. Cooper, of Sumner, assisted by Rev. E. L. Wesson, of New Albany and Rev, A. A. Walker. Mr. Jennings leaves a devoted wife and two children, several sis ters and brothers to mourn his un timely death, who have the tender est sympathy of our people in their deep sorrow. Mrs. Alice Krinkle and daugh. ter, little Miss Mildred, are home from a several weeks’ stay in Kan as City, where Mrs. Kriukle had been for medical treatment. Mrs Gr, W. Price spent several days of last week with friends in Senatobia and Memphis. Mrs, Homer Weir and ohildren have returned home from a several weeks’ stay with relatives and friends at her old home in Spring field, Mo., where they were the guests in the home of her sister, Mrs. Ed Sohehr. Mrs. B. Gr. Wright, Mr. J A, Bell and Mrs, Arthur Thomas spent a day or two in Memphis last week for the purpose of securing expert medioal treatment for Mrs. Wright | who has been in failing health for many months.