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VOL. 44. LONGVIEW. Mr. J. T. Davis is on the sick list. Je4su Shtz is o i t!n sick-list this week. Mrs. Will McCann visited Smyr na, Sunday. George Johnson a made a flying trip to Starkville. Rev. Bob Wallace preached here last Sunday morning. G, W. Hall made a business trip to Starkville Tuesday. Dr. J. W. Crumpton was in Longview Wednesday. Mrs. Fannie Richardson is visit ing friends here this week. Mrs. Mary Shropshire is im proving. Hope she will soon le cover. Mr. Andy Edmonds will com mence building his bouse in Long view Monday. Our Sunday School is doing some gold work, and much inter est is manifested. Mrs. Will Hall visited her father and mother, Mr. Montgomery and family, last week. Mr. George McCreight, of Smy rna, was the guest of her sister, J. Gunn, Sunday. Mrs. Lewis Penuril and Mrs. George Johnson made a trip to Starkville Monday. Jim Cummins is doing a lot of ditching for the I. C. Kaia-oad. Running 15 scrapers. Rev. J. D. Hendrix who has been on the sick list was able to be on the streets today. Mr. Geo. Davis has material on the ground for his new house. “Weare growing some.” Miss Olemmie Sietz, from the Delta, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs, 0, 0. Sietz, this week. Jim Cnmmins have received a ear load of shingles, and will con - menc.e on his new house at once. C. R. Sauciers went down on Cy press creek last Monday to hunt squirrels and returned with twenty. Mayor G. W. Johnson has been busy this week taking acknowl edgments as real estate is changing hands often. We have no late news from the Agricultural High School as the building committee has not yet made its report. Hon. J. H. Welborn, of Stark ville, was in our village two dins last week, and Monday, and Tues day this week surveying lots. Singing school which has 1 een in session for 20 days closed last Tuesday with a large attendance present from this and adjoining counties. It was a gieat success 1 ke everything else that Longview pulls off. The regular Longview corre spondent is absent this week, so he had to get n substitute. So your readers must excuse tl e lo cals this week as the “sub”-corre spondent is .a busy man who can’t think up news on the spur of the moment. We are sorry to chronicle the death of Mrs. Mary Carpenter, who died Saturday evening at her home three miles east of here. The funer al services were held at New Hope Sunday evening at 3 o’clock, Rev. W. A. Jordan officiating. Our community sympathizes with the bereft, in their irreparable loss. The Steam Gins of this place are crowded with cotton this week, and Mr. John Hall is thinking of put ting in a horse gin,- as he says, there Is plenty of stock lying idle, and he wants to accomodate the publip. Three cheers for Mr. Hall, as -be' has turned his energies to help build up Longview, and we lu i.eed of such meu. Mrs. Fannie Richardson is still visiting in our town. Jfixerybodj hopes she will prolong In r visit for some time to come as she is very popular with tho people here. Hon. John H. Wellborn passed through our town Wodnesdav but could not stop. He will return Friday, however, and continue his work of surveying town lots and laying off the plat of a future city j which is sure to spring up here. Longview entertained a large j crowd of people from all parts of i the county last Thursday. Dr. J. C. Hard} and Prof. P. P. Garner of the A. & M. College made splendid addresses on educational lines, fanning and stockraising and Hon. J. H. Wellborn and Col. Thos. J. Wood made short talks regarding the Agricultural High School. Mr. Sam Livingston also made a line talk, A bounteous dinner was served. • SESSUMS. Arthur Savage left Saturday for Laurel. Our A. & M. boys spent Satur day at home. Miss Loraine Rushing spent Fri day in Starkville shopping. Misses Mae and AJlie Savage spent Friday in Starkville. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Phillips returned Sunday from Okolona. Cotton is opening fast and the pickers are working with a will. Willis Bynum and Lyman Rus sell left for the A. & M., Tuesday. Miss Pattie Will Askew went to Starkville Monday night for the play. There have been about 200 bales ginned at Sessr.ms up to date, Sept. 27. Stanley Carpenter left Monday for another yeuv at the A. & M. college. Our school will open Monday week with Miss Lizzie McArne as teacher. D. W, Outlaw. Jr,, of Oktoc, neighborhood, was in Sessinns, Monday. E. G. Harrell spent a day or two last week with relatives in Meridian. 1). C. Castles, and wife, of Starkville, spent Sunday with homefolks. F. A. Savage is improving his resilience by (he addition of anew coat of paint. 11. M. Tomlinson spent the hst of the weea with friends and rela tives in Okolona. •T. W. Russell have returned from a visit to friends and rela tives in Kentucky. Miss Small Fox left Saturday for Grenada College, to resume her school duties there. Miss Myrtle To n insolx returned Sunday from a visit to friends and relatives in Okolona. A J. Shelter, of Nocatio. Fla., visited relatives at Sessions and Oktoo the past week. Messrs B. H. Bynum, J. M, Ware, and Norman Ware, spent Saturday in Starkville. Misses Mae Savage and Lizzie Frye went to Starkville for their music lesson Wednesday. Mrs. Everett Russell and Mrs. Willis Phillips attended tl e play in Starkville Monday night. Miss Lucy Stiles left Monday for Holly Springs, where she will be in school the coming term. Misses Margaret McKnight and Elizabeth Castles left Tuesday morning for the !. I. & C. Miss Eizena Ellis left last week for Columbus 'to assume her duties as teacher in'the Franklin Academy. STARKVILLE, ITIS&ISSIPPI, SEPTEMBER 29, 1911, . Newest Fall Drets Patterns Just Received from the Mills Whenever you buy Dress Goods m the store, you are in reality buying direct from the Mills. Our idea in acting as exclusive agents for the La Porte Woolen Mills of Indiana has a two-fold purpose that you shcu and know about: FIRST: By this arrangement we invariably offer our customers—the very cream of this Mills entire output—and the patterns you find here caxxot lie dupli cated in any other store in the city. SECOND:—By buying direct from the Mills wo save the middleman’s profit. We buy and sell a finer, more varied and distinctive lino of Dress Goods for less than any other store we know of—and our customers get the benefit. To you-this means an unmistakable saving of money: now and always. La Porte Dress Goods Of Exceptional Style and Charm Sponged and Shrunk Sergos and Broadcloths Ready for the Needle a Specialty this Season, No store in Starkville is better aide to satisfy the demands of its customers for stunningly new weaves and shades in Dress Goods than we are now. Examine the dashing Novelty effects and pretty patterns we have on sale and you will agree that the logical place to select material for your new Fall Dress is HERE. Take Your Pick—at Special Introductory Prices, 5 3 '.ch all-wool Broadcloth, our regular ; 86-lneh Imported Mohairs, all colors and ipl.OO quality. Special next weekQ/-, styles, a splendid 5Cc quail y, . m only vdUC our price, next week, only 45C 54-inch all-wool Cream Serge, reg- Black and white Shepherd checks, a full ular $1.25 quality, next we kevr; i line from 12 1-2 cents ner m n I only VDL', yard to !..... SUC Mr. Jas. Whitfield and family, of Meridian, spent the past week with Mr. Whitfield’s uncle, Mr. A- F. Young, Misses Loraine Rushing and Myrtle Tomlinson attended the Millinery Opening iu Starkville Wednesday. Eugene Fox had the misfortune to have his arm badly sprained last week, but we are glad to report that it. is better. Mr. B. E. Self spent Wednesday iu Starkville and while there at tended the opening exercises at the A. & M. College. Hurry Curbenter left recentlyi for College Station, Texas, whine he has accepted a position in the Agricultural College. Misses Elsie Self and Bessie Speed, of Oktoc, passed through Sessums Tuesday, enroule (o the 1, I, & C., at Columbus. Mrs. W. G. Hayes and little dou, William Glenn, of Meridian, are visiting Mrs. Hayes’ brother, K. G. Harrell and family, Miss Vivian Carpenter enter tained the young people on Wednes das evening at her delightful coun try home near Sessions. Rev. Vl r. Baird, who is serving the Muybew circuit as pastor for the remainder of the conference year, preached his first sermon at Sessions on last Sunday. Our people were much pleased with him. Mr. Cohen Dille is putting down the uew seats in our church and iur. George Henderson las taken the contract to Hntali up the inte rior of the building. He has bigreed,to have it nudy by the time ‘our meeting begins, which will be the 4th Sunday in October. I • Philip Goodman. Mrs. Everett Russell visited friends in West Point, last week. Mrs. J. P. Castles and little daughter, Ruth, spent Monday iu Artesia, with Mrs. Doss Mcllwaiu, Miss Pattie Will Askew left Tuesday afternoon for a visit to friends ami relatives iu Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. B, H. Bynum and Mrs. E. Russell attended the open ing exercises at the A. & M. Col lege. Miss Pearl Rush left Tuesday for Grenada, where she will a • sume her school duties for another term. Mrs. E. U. Harrell and Baby Brooks visited relatives iu Meri dian a few days during the past week. We understand that Fry & Young have ginned about GO bales of cotton at Sessions up to iium Ibis writing. Mr. and Mrs. VV. I), Askew, Miss Pattie Will Askew, Miss Rice Henry, and Mrs. Everett Russell spent Wednesdry in Stark ville. Mr. J, 1). Gaston who is A mem ber of the junior class at the A. & M., spent Saturday and Sunday in Sessions, the guest of Mr. Ly man Russell. Mrs. A. F. Young and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Young and Master Frank spent Wednesday in Stark ville with relatives. Mrs, H. G. Young and Master Prank remained ovc for a few dayj. The young people who compose the Okttc choir, furnished the mu sic for our Sunday evening prayer service. We enjoyed their music very much, ahd extend to them a verj- cordial invitation, to come AGENCY. Mr, Jas. Foster is sick this WCCK. Miss Lovie Gray re!timed to Oktic ivlomhiy. Mr. J, II Edwards visaed Col umbus Monday. Mr. M. B. Kemp visited our neighborhood Sunday. Mr. Robt. Carpenter was in Agency one day last week. Mr. Robt. Carpenter wr.s in Agency one day last week. Mr. Turner, who has been visit ing Miss Dell Edwards has return e:l home. Mr. T. VV. Ciigler, who repre sents a West Point houss, vas here last week. Tire cotton crop will be gather) and b Oct. 15th it the wea' her cor.- ] tiimes favorable. All are glad to see Mr, G. G. Sanders up again after a severe spell of sickness. Misses Lncilc and May Robinson left f r Columbus last week to enter the I. I. & C. as students. Mr. R. P. Hartness Ims moved to Starkville. This community regrets to lose him as a citizen. Misses Fannie Gray and Sallie Estus and Mr. Robert Estus spent last Sunday at the F. M. Oakley home. The young people had an inter esting entertainment at Mr. R. M. Self’s last Friday night. Games wjre played and refreshments served. At The Fair. The first day at the Fair will be of great interest. The best dis play of Live Slock ever seen at our Fair is already assured. The racing will be among the local horses of this and surround ing counties and will be for “blood.” There will be no “fix ing” of races in the stables before tlie horses come on the track. We have a lot of good, spee:y horses and the racing this year should be intensely interesting. * Mr. W. H. Smith, President of the State Normal College at Hat tiesburg, will speak to the school hoys and girls, and the hog, poul try and corn exhibits will also be judged the first day, Tuesday, Oct. 3. , . The greatest line of A, frictions ever seen at the Oktibbeha Fair has been secured for the entire three days. The Sthifli Carnival Company’s aggregation of attrac lions, including (he largest Wild '•Vest Show ever seen in this part of lh'State, and a large number of other features of a clean, high class type, will make the Fair iu tne.stinglo all. Splendid Bands and four free Exhibition - daily. No tun iu (bn Comity can afford to ina-s (Ms vcui'c’s Fair, The Wild V. i si Slu vv alone will be worth the da nine uii.l expense of anyone to at cud. Go every day, it will pay yon, hut be sure and go one day, at least; for yon can’t afford to stay away. Dr. J. 0. Sessoms, of S. C. is stopping at the Central Hotel pre pared to test your eyes and tit glasses. Dr. Sessoms comes well endorsed by the President of the City National Bank of Greenville, S. 0., and also by Dr. E. M. pO - President of Furman Univer sity. If your eyes are giving you trouble better call around and have your eyes examined (no charge for examintion) and have a pair of glasses fitted up. Mf?. Susie Thomas has as her quests, this week, Misses Bettie D, and Amelia Ha’bert, of Birming ham, DR. NESOM RESIGNS. Hij Connection W h lit / giicdlaral Department u tj* Philippine*. Dr. D. E. ISesom, f r.ntily con ned ed with (l.e .Mississippi A & M. College at. this pa e ; as rO . signed his position will! the Agri cultural Department in, the Philip pines, and will engage in other business. Dr. Nesorn has sailed for America, and w ill visit Stark v'illc. and spend several d*v hero w it I* 11 c iamiy of his nn.ther-iu dw, .Mrs. A. (J, O’lhien. is. Nesorn, who has been In ro wit.i her iroth *r for some time, vill return with her husband to die Phillippines, after completing their visit here. The Cablenews American, a pa per published at Manilla, has the following to say of Dr. Nesom’s resignation: ‘ From Cable-News American; ” Dr. Nesorn, whose resignation as director of agriculture, was an nounced Saturday, has been asked to consider the matter of becoming dean of the agricultural depart ment of the University of Porto Rico. The retiring director will not consider the offer, as his plans have long been made to enter pri vate business in the Phillippines. Dr. Nesom said to a Cablenews- Americun representative yesterday that he would not discuss the na ture of this business further than to say that he will be connected with the sugar industry. It is well known, however, that there is an increased interest in the Phil lippine sugar industry just now and that several large deals are pending. It is probable that Dr. Nesom will be associated with some of these larg- 1 enterprises. I am interested in America in the Philippines,” said the doctor yesterday. My heart is here and I expect to make it my home.” Asked about his present plans, the doctor said • 1 consented to continue in charge of the bureau until anew director could be ap pointed. As the new director will probably not be here till about Oc tober I shall stay in Manila until that time, when I expect to be away from the islands about a year visiting the L nited States, Hawaii and very likely Cuba and Porto Rico.” SPECIAL NOTICE. The Corn Contest referred to on I age 06, in the Fair Catalogue, should read as follows: I'or the best six ears of Corn entered. Every corn producer invited to enter this contest. hirst Prize. I'J pounds Strater’s Natural Leaf Tobacco, value $9 00. For the next thirty, six best, six ears entered, one 2."ic plug of Strater s Nctural Leaf Tobacco each. This tobacco is handled by the following: A. E. Hearon, J. W. Carpenter, Davis Bros., H. A. Belk, W. D. Uartnes, B. L. Shear er, White Bouse Cafe, D. A. Clardy, Cox Bros, 801 l & Wofford," B. F. D.—Wad Miller, R. F. D, and every merchant in Longview! Negro Shot. Handle Turner and Walter Ewin in a difficulty with another negro named Bob Neeley shot Neeley and severely wounded him. All par ties were arrested. The troubfe took place near I John church m the Sand Creek neighborhood. Not a minute should be lost when a child shows symptoms of croup Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy giv en as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the oroimy cough appears, will event the attack. Sold by all dealers. NO. / o