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East Mississippi times. (Starkville, Miss.) 19??-1926, December 10, 1909, Image 1

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j ' WHILE THEY, LAST CUT GLASS | I
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OUR CHRISTMAS EDITION.
Next week the Times will issue
annual Christmas edition and it
Mir intention to go to press with
Hast pages on Wednesday.
This issue will be adorned with
artistic illuminated cover and
el wit h appropriated Christmas
jßng.
One feature of the paper will be
J Children’s page containing
sttri's to Santa Clause and other
utrilmtious from the little ones.
•P) for this page should be re
tail not Inter thrfn Monday eve-
Advertisers should have their
•her in as early ns possible in or
[to insure good position.
excuTslofTrate
•*ll Points via the Illinois Central
Mway on Account of Holidays.
Tickets on sale Dec. 17-18-21-22
r24-2.i-21, 1909 and .January I,
I®. Final limit, tickets good to
ivp desi ination January 6th 1910.
Hnrther~in formation apply to
J.l- R. Weston. Agt.
Starkville Miss.
Don’t it Jar You?
have a cough that yon can't
ive off—even when you go t°
g I’ut if away for good by
Simmon’s Cough Syrup,
S**ls inflammation of the throat
i lungs— 'gives y6u rest and
Nful sleep.'” ;
lUcr, Salt Hheum and Eczema
1n V llaintK * r^l, s Salve.
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MAY LOSE PROF. PERKINS.
Mississippi Educator Called To Clemson
College.
Jackson News:
The Mississippi Agricultural and
Mechanical College is about, to lose
another valued member of its fac
ulty in the person of prof W. H, j
Perkins, of (he ehairof agronomy,,
who has been tendered the profes- \
worship of agriculture by the board |
of trustees of Clemson College, one 1
of the leading educational institu
tions of South Carolina.
A short time since the president i
of the hoard of trustees of Clemson )
College visited Starkvilie for the j
purpose of making a personal in- J
vestigation of the work of the Mis-1
sissippi institution, and ho was so.
impressed with the practical work
in agriculture being carried on b\
Prof. Perkins that he recommend
ed to his colleagues that an effort
he made to secure the services of
the Mississippi educator.
Nptahle among the achicvments
of Prof. Perkins during the past
year was the growing of flty-three
hales of cotton on fifty acres of the
college tract without the use of
commercial rertili/.ers, a remarkable
yield for hill land, and Prof. Per
kins’ experiment showed conclu
sively that the same feat can he
accomplished by any farmer who
will give the proper attention and
intelligence to the cultivation of n
crop. According to the records of
the college, this surpasses all pre
vious achievements in experimental
fanning.
Prof. Perkins is a veteran mem
ber of the A. and M. faculty, hav
ing given many years to the devel
opment of the agricultural possi
bilities of .the commonwealth, and
STARKVILLH, MISSISSIPPI, DEC. 10,1009
he is the author of many valuable,
hook lets and phamphlels on agri
cultural topics, lie has not yet
decided whether to acee I the prof
fer from Clemson College, bat it.
is understood that the offer carries
with it a substantial increase of
salary, and it is more than proba
ble that ho will lake the position.
Only a year or so ago the A.
and M. College lost one of the fore
(inost scientists in (lie south when
i Prof Hie mi W. Herrick, state en
[tomologisi, tendered his resigna
tion. going first to the agricultural
'experiment station of Texas, and
then to the professorship of
entomology at Cornell Cniver-
I pity for a life position with a salary
of ,‘r4,(K)U pi r y ear attached.
Frank Dudley.
I The uell known and popular
: Prank DtVHicy Theatrical Cos., open
ed a three nigl. , engagement at
j the.Sannders Ope a House, in this
■city - Thursday night, and rendered
1 “The New Dominion." Tonight
the laughable comedy "Hello Bill"
! will be presehted and tomorrow
night " I’he Rival Candidate,” a
melodrama that‘has attracted wide
■spread attention among theatre
goers, will close the engagement.
Mr. Dudley has ' i,sited tStarkville
several linn sand is a great favor
ite with all lovers of the play, lie
has an exceptionally tine support
with him ut this time. A large
audience will no doubt greet Mr.
Dudley tonight and tomorrow
night.
Arrangements have been made
to have the Opera House well heat
d and made comfortable and the
audience will no,, be subjected to
the unpleasant condition that ex
isted on the opening night.
Ken’s $15.00 suits fit Gunn’s sale
far $7,50. . *
NOTICE.
Conditions for admission into
tin 1 Oktibbeha County Registered
Pig Club;
Open to any white child (male
or female) who is a member of
any of the public schools of Oktib
beha county and under 18.
Pig must be born on or since
Oct. 1.1, 1909, and must he regis
tered. Pigs to be shown Ist day
of Oktibbeha County Pair, when
they are to he weighed and their
weight divided by number of days
in pigs age. The owner of pig
making the greatest gain per dav
to receive $25: 2nd $12.50; 3rd
$7.50 and 4th $5.00. A copy of
the registeration papers is to be on
record in the County Superintend
ents office on or before February
Ist, 1910. Any breed can be
selected. VV. Ft. Muj.p.n,
Remember that J. 0. Gann’s Bi(
Christmas Carnival Sale is new on in
full blast. It is a big success and ev
erybody is talking about the great bar
gains offered. Don’t fail to visit this
sale It will pay yon.
Clardy has just received a supply
of Oleomargerine. It is as good as
the best butter and some like it
better.
Many persons find themselves
affected with a persistent eongh af
ter an attack of influenza. As this
cough oun he promptly cured by
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, it
should not tie allowed to nm
on until it becomes trouble
some. Sold by all dealers.
Ladies’ $25 Tailor-made Suits all
colors, going at J. 0. Gunn’s dnriig
Sale at sl3,
Men’s $12.54 rail* at Gnna’s tale
for $5 50.
Ask Clardy about good things
to eat. for Christmas.
Mrs. Oscar Butler, of Louisville,
and Mrs. O. W. Hunter, of Atlan
ta, are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Stanton, of this city.
AH "Monarch” brand Shirts made
hy Ctatt, Peabody & Cos. that sell the
world over for SI.OO are now being
soM at Gnnn’s sale for 81 cents.
(’lardy's Groceries are fresh and
of the best quality. The variotv
is complete; tie prices ere reason
able. Prompt delivery.
Heavy, impure blood makee a
muddy, pimply complexion, head
aches, nausea, indigestion. Thin
blood makes you wak. pale, sick
ly. Bnrdock Blood Bitters makes
the blood rich, red, pure—restores
perfect, health.
Ladies’ $lB Tailor-made Sails go
ing at J. 0. Gns'i daring sale at
sii,s.
Everything good for the table
oan be found at Clnrdy’s
A sprained ankle will usually
disable the injured person for three
or four weeks. This is due to lack
of proper treatment. When Cham
berlains Liniment is applied a cure
may be effected in three or four
days. This liniment is one of the
best and most remarkable prepa
ration in use. Sold by all dealers.
Ladies’ sl6 Tailos-raade suits going
at J. 0. Gunn’s daring sale at $9.50,
aid $7.59.
NO 50.
Ail "Clnett” brand shirts made by
ClneJt, Peabody & Cos., the regular
•tl.s# kind, going at Gunn’i sale fO
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Afr, (Junior Rutland, of Merid
in, was in town to-day.
1 rials of Winter
Do no! permit yourself to bn' a
victim to a cold or cough. They
lead to pneumonia, consumption
and cures roughs, heals lunge and
elsewhere. He wise and use Sim
mons Cough Syrup |t will
keep -3011 right tore to euiov
the beauties of spring.
Fine weather for killing hogs
and the people are taking ndvau
tago of it.
Dr. Thomas’ Fleetrif Oil is the
1-est remedy for that often fatal
disease croup. lies been used
with success in our lamilyjor eight
SSr- s -*- lj Whitoacna, liuf-
Men $25 Suit*, different dyiet,
and pttern>, are telling at J. o!
Cana’s tale for $13.50.
They are all Praised
"Hy experience l have found
your Hunts's Lightning Oil to be
the great pain and sprain reliever
f am very much pleased with it.
C. 0, Cook,
liallettoville, Teias
25c and 30c bottles.
Stop itching instantly. Cures
pile*, eczema, salt rheum, tetter,
ifcrh. mve f herpes, K'tibfH—Do/m’r
Ointment. At any drug Hioit*.
Men * $22 suite alt ging dunag
Gaaa’t uk at $10.50.

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