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EAST MISSISSIPPI TIMES.
■ STARKVILL, MISS. —— l ■ —m MiKs Ethel llalbe;t entertained in honor of the Tenth Grade Fri day afternoon, ♦ ♦ ♦ Miss Rebie Lanier is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tom Rosseau in Meridian this week. ♦ + ♦ Mrs. Finis E. Hearon is visiting her niece, Mrs. Horace McMillan iu Meridian this week. • ♦ * Mrs, 1), C. Hull accompanied Prof, Hull to Meridian, where she will remain some time visiting rel atives. ♦ ♦ • Mrs. J. S. Moore entertained the Woman’s Hook Club Friday afternoon at her home on the Campus. ♦ ♦ * Messrs. E. A. Buckner and W. A, McCann came over from Ivy, Ala., to attendee funeral of Mr. W, 11. McCann. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mr, and Mrs, Thos. Dismukes arc receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a line boy, born Tuesday, the 26th. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mr. Lovett Linderman left Mon day for Greenville, where he goes to accept a lucrative position with the Southern Railway Cos. * ♦ * Misses Maggie Sullivan and Maggie Richardson, of Sturges, are attending the Teacher’s Asso ciation at Meridian this week. * • ♦ Mr*. J. W. Pope gave the young people an entertainment Wednesday evening in honor of her nephew, Mr. .lack Montgomery f Meridian. ♦ ♦ * The many friends of Mrs . W. C. Welboru will ho glad to know that she arrived from College Sta tion, iexas a few days , ago, and will spend the summer h*ere. Mr. 11. T. Saunders, Jr., Misses! Mary Lee Howard. Jennie May* Carpenter ami Sop,hie Halbert spent ‘Sunday in ft.ie hospitable home of ftJLr- R. L. Carpenter, near MV. Frank Shropshire and Miss Daisy McCan'ij, of f Jt) igvitiw, rep resented the Moth odist church at that place, at thrj District lerlv Conference,-, which convened at ilayhew this, week. • * * Kev. J. Lundy Sykes, of tho Episcopal clumsh, did not hold his regular service last Monday even ing but will preach at the Method ist church Monday evening. May 2nd, and hereafter, ho will hold his service in that church every fourth Monday evening. • ♦ * A beautiful memorial window has been placed in the Methodist Church, to com memorate the mem ory of one of Starkville's must be loved and honored couples—the late Mr. and Mj-s. M, F. Ames. It is a fitting tribute to two of the most ardent and useful members of that congregation. • ♦ ♦ A party, consisting of Profs. J. C. Hardy. J. C. Herbert, A. 13. McKay, D. C. Hull, P. F. darner, W. R. Meadows, and V. W. Bragg of the A. & M. College, and Mrs. Grow, Miss Zadie Smith and Profs. J. A. Lamb and R. P. El lis, of the public school, left Wed nesday for Meridian, to attend the Teacher’s Association, which is in session in that city. A pretty wedding took place at the Baptist church in Phoeba Wed nesday the 26th, when Mr. Long street Minor, of Macon, and Miss Annie Rife, of Pheba,, were joined in holy wedlock. Both parties are well known in Starkville, Mr. Minor being the brother of Mrs. H. T. Saunders and Miss Rife the siter of Mrs. R. P. Saunders, they are social favorites here and the Times joins their many friends in wishing them every joy in life, Mrs, H. T. Saunders and‘little son. Augustin, ’ Misses Mildred Miiior, Annie Saunders and Dr. J. W. Eckford attended the mar riage. LOVING CUP. | Presented to Dr. H. R, Raymond by hi* Congregation. Avery beautiful and impressive incident occurred at the Presbyte rian church last. Sunday morning ! when a loving cup was presented to the venerable I'r. Raymond, the retiring pastor of the church by the congregation. The presen tasion was gracefully made by Mr. •I. A. Carothers, v/ho said: Dr. Raymond, will you grant me just hero n very short hearing, i Referring to your resignation! as pastor of this church, you! doubtless know that we were, onej and all, loath to accept it, and that it w-as with great reluctance we joined you in a request to the Pres bytery to dissolve that relation. It was done only for the reason that you. yourself,'so earnestly de sired an and request ed it. Then the suggest,ioo was made aiid heartily approved by practically the entire rneml/ership, that some token of love and affection' should be ten dered yon at this time. And so it was agreed that a silver cup would he appropriate—not a drinking cup, doctor, but what is called a loving cup- —and we think very ap propriately so culled—by reason of its siguitii jauce. This cup is ap propriately engraved, and if you will alloy me I will read the in scription.. First, doctor, comes your na mo; a name that, will be held in loving remembrance for years to s-oine, not only by this congrogal ion, but by all other con gregation sin this town, .and, in fact by this entire community. On oue aide the inscription reads, ‘Rev. I(. R.- Raymond. D. D., pastor o f the First Presbyterian Churcli, Starkville, Miss., from Dec. lb, 1888, to April 9. 1910.’ On tl ie other side, ‘from the mem bers of the congregation in token of t’neir appreciation of his faithful ser vices, of their veneration for hi: s exaltrd character and of ther lo ve and affection for the sympai t’netic frit nd and Christian gentle man.’ On the other side 'Blessed is the man unto whom the Lord linnputotd not iniquity and in whose siiiiit there is no guile.’ “And now, doctor, this cup comes to you in nil its significance 'from the loving members of this church, and it affords me pleasure and comfort to state that the veir i cable Dr. Raymond is now pastor emeritus of his devoted people.” Dr. Raymond was very much af fected by this demonstration of love and esteem on the part of his congregation, as it was a complete surprise to him. He responded feelingly, in substance as follows: “I receive this “loving cup” with a sense of gratitude which words cannot express. It comes as a tribute from my congrega tion such as I certainly could not have anticipated. Through all my pastoral life and experience, you, my beloved people have shown kindness, sympathy and thought ful interest, in the warmest and highest degree. In thanking you, my cherished flock, for this token of your affection, I could not for get to show my gratitude to the Father of Mercies who has for so many pleasant years, permitted me to enjoy your fellowship in the gospel of Christ. Do yon, dear people, say, by this chaste and costly work of art. we love you, our pastor for more than twenty years? Allow me to say, in re" spouse, from my deepest heart, I love you, I thank you, and I prav God to lift upon each of you the light of his countenance. Again I say, I thank you. God bless you. John W. Carpenter for Mayor. Mr. John W. Carpenter has de oided to enter the political farena, and make the race for Mayor. Mr. Carpenter is strictly a business man, and not a Politician. He goes before the people with a clear record—a man of high moml char acter, honest and staunch, level headed and conservative. He pos sesses excellent judgement, and is in every way capable of giving the town a business like administra tion. Mr. Carpenter knows nothing about the game Of polities and i s not an adept at electioneering, but he places his name befyre the vo ters and respectfully asks their support, which he will highly ap preciated. and if elected promises to lend every energy in giving the City of IStarkville a clean, pro gressive and business-like adminis tration. Miss Bettie Marable spent "last Sunday with relatives in Okoiona. CLARDY BUYS BANKRUPT STOCK. The Big Stock of Goods Known As the Block Stock, is now On Sale at Clardy’* Storo ' v I). A. Clarady the enterprising merchant who sells everything and buys everything has bought the the larfce bankrupt Stock of M. Block, and now has it on sale, at his store, This stock is one of the and best assorted - gener al dry goods stores in the city and Mr. Clardy has secured it at such figures as to enable to him to offer the goods at great bargains. Hav ing added these goods to his al ready large stock, he is now in position to meet the wants of all who wish anything kept in a well equipped Dry Goods establishment. ADATON LOCALS. Miss Lillie Jones apd Mr. Brad ford Rye, of ncay / Maben, were guesls in the hoj<se of Miss Exes Palmer Saturday. - Miss Ida Jenson, was sick this week, birf is recovering, Mr. Crate Pea, of near Cross Roads school house, mingled with friends here .Sunday. Miss Minnie Lee Harris and Mr. Lee Connell -attended church at Self Creek Sunday. Mr.and Mrs. Peter Critz were guests at the home of Mr. Fred Arnold Sunday. Miss Willie Quinn, who is at tending school at Starkville, spent Sunday at home. We had a good attendance at Sunday school Sunday morning, and in the afternoon at 3:00 o’clock Rev. Mr. Hankins preached to a good sized congregation. He also held evening services at 8: o’clock Re-Union Visitors. Capt. L. D. McDowell, Dr. E. D. Yeates, Messrs. C. B. Hannah, F. C. Dregg, T. J. Jones, F. M. Johnson, W, N. Thomas, T. J. Logan, J. E. Logan, W. H. Rey nolds, W. A. James, J. D. Deans, T. N. Shearer, Me D. Mcllwain, H. T. Saunders, H. A. Levensteiu H. H. Sikes, Phil. Fulgham, I, Neely, A. W. Reynolds. W. N. Nash, U. S. Alston, 0. S. Smith and wife, Mrs. J. E. McCreight and Mrs. J. J. Henry were among those who attended the Reunion at Mobile. The Ice Cream Supper which was given by the Order of the Eastern Star last Friday evening, was a delightful affair in every sense of the word, the building was beautifully decorated in a va riety of colors, intermingled with symbols of the Order and therefresh ments were all that could have been desired, having been served to perfection by the fair and en thusiastic ladies who have recently organized this Order.Notwithstand the inclement weather, the attend ance was good and the proceeds amounted to about $65.00 Please announce that W. L. Brooks, Evangelist, and Mr. Lew is, singer and personal worker will begin a protracted meeting in the Christian church at West Point, Saturday night Apr. 30. Your people are invited to attend and help us. • • R. V. OweN, Minister. Make offerings, ou Sunday, May Ist. to Foreign Missions. “Arise 0 Ood, for thou shall inherit all nations. ’’ . * *\- H. R. RAYMOND, Pastoy. ine Pasturage *■' ■ —■ r- Wanted— Horses and mules to graze. Large pasture, several va rieties of grasses, v Abundant sup ply of good water. Terms 50 cent* per month per he Ad. .; /, -. > 8. F. FINKLEA. Mrs. Sidney Dnktmanter and two little boys Sra .tie week with relatives i* Starkvilje. Miss Lifeile-Fergusi,J|of Orleans, is visiting jpilitilfti (fr j Starkville. - Wanted to lease' for Post Of fice purposes for a term of 5 or 10 pears, one completely equipped of fice, rental to include Heat, wafer and light. For equipment to be see • Postmaster. Sub mit proposals not later than May Ist, 1910, to W. C. Watson, Post office Tnspector, Columbus, Miss —f h —. All things /come to him who waits, but itj won’t do to hold your breath it comes. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv qr Tablets assist nature in driving all ifhpurities out of the system, insuring a free and jegular condi tion’and restoring the organs of the body to health and strength. Sold; by all dealers. f'A man cant check his creditors unless his bank .account is all right. IF YOU HAVE iJEtZEM A I you have eczema would you like to get prompt relief and b 0 permanently curqd’by a clean, liq uid preparation for external use? Wier’s Drugstore has this remedy in stock. He knows tihe ingre dients and knows of its curative and healing properties ZEMO has- cured a great many chronic cases of eczema , and other forms of skin and scalp l ' disease. Wier's Drugstore will gi re -you a booklet on skin diseases send ex plain to you how you can be cured in your gwn home by this clean, simple remedy ZEMO is pheasant to use and can be used fr eely on infants. It cures by draw dug all germ life and poisons to tb e sur face of the skin and des Saying them leaving the skin clean and ealthy. lhave suffered several weeks with a vary ob stinate cold and malarial f< tver resulting from inactivity of the liver, and was feeling very r mis erable indeed. I procured! a package of St. Joseph’* Liver Regulator * * i and used.it as per pr Inted di rections, and after the first dose I felt decidedly betb tr ; a few more doses seemed t< > regulate my entire system and I am per fectly well again. I can recom mend this Liver Regulator to all who suffer from sucih com plaints as those earned on the tin box.” S. G. GOSS'. . Vlce-Pre*. Go Pri ntlng Pr> 'u 00. Chicagi >, 111. . fit. Joseph'* LW.r XoriUu.r h*fc i*non tha market for twenty-fire -years— ft. i put nin farce tin bozee—lt Ir, euaraaa taed to lvo satisfaction and keep fr lull ttrancUi m any climate. I', should bo used in all cmm of lodieritiop. Constipatio®. Bil- W , SSS' P ;. D S'3li and Udnefa 111 lUd ' nU, *' m * < ' U ™ mnu mawK c* , , t CfrOofr aga,' - AtAlt Pmhn, to 3S cmi Bern. FARMERS’ TELEPHONE.: ~ ; V:-o .. --T --• * r \. .. v *■: Not only do you get the ; thi *■’ j, . which edibles yoil ftf'sell - j your prodhots‘4! thtTbest ~ , -firJbe’s,- hut* your wife also*'-* I of hou-1 • V • ye^ing. hors,; iifends affij ! after her duties . • V voewa-e,, . ... . are done. You will be i surprised to find how -cheaply' fou 'cite get me- * i cellent Telephone service, i, j . V.l- ■■•rtM/. • i | ctmbjebund ; I Elf RHONE n COMPANY. . T f t .M.M.I.ICTAIAm \ I~‘ ■ • , * _ ' i ’*■ Times Voting Contest. !j -' j CONTEST VOT§ a BALLOT. , 3 ~ : GOOD FOR TEN VOTES ! : FQR £ . • ; I” This vote ballot-Will'NOT be eohnted unless carefully trimmed r and voted before MAY 4 r wwryTTlTrmTmTXiaSTnCS!^^ Hush money 'usually talks for b 'th parties interested in the trans action . Your tongue is coated. Your breath is foul. . Headaches come and go. These symptoms show that your stomach is the trouble. To re move the cause is the first thing, and Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that. Easy to take and most effective. Sold by all dealers. The only thing a man wants af‘ ter he gets all the money he needs, is more money.. • . , 1-4 of a Pound a Week. ' v at least is what a young baby ought to gain in weight. Does yours? If not there’s something wrong with its digestion. Give it McGee’s Baby Elixir and it will -begin gaining 'at once. Cures stomach and bowel "troubled," aids digestion, stops fretfulness", good for teething babies. ' ’Price", 25c and 50c. Bold by all druggists. The title often sells a book— and it always catches the American heiress. “Doan’s Ointment cured me Of eczema that had annoyed me a long time. The cure was permanent.” —Hon. 8. W. Matthews, Commis sioner Labor Statistics, Augusta, Me. ' Take care of the pennies and your heirs will spend the dollars.' ’ *TO THE PUBLIC. > * I desire to say that when I took the agency for ZEMO, it was after a thorough investigation as to the merit and curative properties of this remedy for eczema, pimples and dandruff. I frankly admit, ZEMO has far exceeded my ex pfectationa as a cure for skin dis cuses. I.am pleased to state that Ifehall continue the agency as ZE MO gives the best satisfaction of aay similar remedy I have ever sold. My customers like ZEMO because it is a clean, vegetable liquid for external use. ZEMO cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes’the disease, leav ing the skin clean and healthy. It does not soil the clothing or lin ehs and can be used freely on in fants. . ! We will give a' booklet on' sldn diseases and explain to any 'person How they can be cured at home of atoy form of skin or scalp disease by this clean, scientific preparation. Wier’s Drugstore. It *is no trouble to see that wealth is a curse —as long as the other feilow has it. A Baby Show in Starkville. yvoukl have many contestants; but Hi'- safe to say that the healthjesl baC'y would win the prize. No babjv can be healthy folio suffers from worms arid most babies do un less they are kept free from thein with White’s Cream Vermi fuge. Ac.t.s quickly, yet mildly— |s its own purgative. Mothers, Hpn’t ixttempt to raise children, Without White’s Cream Vermifuge. Pirice 25 .cents atalJ druggists. J j The shoi’ter a man is in his ac pbnnts the longer it takes, tp find Entire Satisfaction. I . : T 'Tennessee Valley fertilizer Cos., Plotenee/Ala. Gentlemen! ■ • > ; I have used used your King Cot ton Grower alpng- with other high grade fertilizers this year and have po hesitancy in .saying that 'it Infs given me eh the Satisfaction. It is ligb.jjrhdoigoAlsih every particu ar besides being pyt np in bags' Bade out. pf y.ur cyttoij , I think W people ought to patronize those *wba not only give us good honest good* ’ -but : are-’ try trig Jo 'cteAte a Bderaand for our cotton. . rv (l YauwjMt^UiUy, lEupora,‘SHsr. R J Whrte'- 'Jflftf" ffkri-ed, iPlyifibnth Roclt Eggs, aVrir *i'oo [for 15. iH ■'•' 1 ■ V.-*?, fi. STILLMAN. , T. B. CARROLL. W. W. MAGKUDER . Garroll & Maftrtider ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will practice in all courts, both tate and Federal. ” Wiley £ jtfaslt’ 'ATTORNIiV AND * COUNSELOR AT LAW SOLICITOR IN CHANCKRY. * ' STAHKVILLE,r , Oklibboha County,,Mississippi. Telephone reaidenco. MM. SAUNDERS, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office up stairs over Post Office. Starkville, Miss. B. F. BELL, Attorney at Law, and SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY. Pratice In all the Courts. Phone at home'and at office. ‘ Prompt attention to all'business. Office‘over Merchant, & Farmers Bank. Residence Phone 187, Office Phone 167. G. ODIH DANIEL, ATTORNEY ADD CODHCELLOH AT LAI. , (Same Old Stand.) Starkvllfe, Miss, Notice For Publication Department of the Inferior, l U. iS, Lund Office at I Jackson, Miss., April 16th, 1810 J * Notice is hereby given that Frances E. Rutherford, widow of Francis Jf, Rutherford. ..deceased, of Longview, Miss., whobn December 19-, 1903, made Homestead Entry No 38287. Serial No 01264. for.the Northeast fourth of the Northeast fourth. Section 4, Township 17 north, Ranee 13 east, Choctaw Meri dian, has tiled notice •of intention to make Unal Hive years proof to establish claim to the land above described, be fore the Clerk of Chancery Court of Ck tibheha, county, Mississippi, at St irk ville, Mississippi, on the 28th, day of May. 1910.. Claimant names as witness es: G, W, Hall, D, C. Good, 0. K. banders, JV A Hall, all of Longview, Mississippi J. JAY WHITE, Register,. Notice for Publication. Department of the Interior, 1 U, S. Laud Office at ■ Jackson,Miss., April 16th 1910 ) Notice is here by given that Jane Harris, widow of James Har ris, deceased, of Longview, Miss issippi, who-ou May 4, 1905, made Homestead Entrv No) 40446, Se rial No. 02129, for the East half of the Southwest fourth, section 6, Township'l7 north, Range 14east, Choctaw Meridian; has filed notice of intention to make final five-year proof, to establish claim to the laud above decided, before the Clerk of the Chancery Court of .Oktibbeha County, at Starkville. Mission the 28th day of May 1910. Club ant names as witnesses: L. L. Jackson, W. E. Gillespie, Ben Roberson, Gns Sharp, all of Long view, Miss. j. JAY WHITE. . Register. -. Rfsanx^nss nmu .match no . MMmMmUv f . mm " m&mSSmrn t ;.<■ ,=■>•, iMuuav * i J H. SMITH,* CO. p Lnrery BmindM For Sale I ,1* will lill mj' well established Livery Stable, well equipped with necertrry;vehicles,- a-gfVod bun 1 nd finq horses, Reason for sell’ pug is to change location. -ou.^ 4 fcoufb WjetaJthis, This is an excel’ lent opportunity .-My :' . Ui.-e .1*3% tin all 1 some henjjuda hj ■ for sale oOc jpet bale at ham, j cheap,. „ . . , j 6. D, DBAVBKPOBT I