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Longview Bank Tails
Farmers of tke Community Were Chief
Depositors W. W. Hall
Appointed Receiver.
Il'l'he collnpse ot the Longview
Bunk which occurred Saturday,
was a surprise to the people of
that section of the county, as it
was thought the institution was in
good iioam-ial condition. When
the crash came the depositors,
especially those of the farming
class, could not believe it uttil
they heard that some of the bunk
uiUcials were in the clutches of
the law.
The Longview bank was organ
ized some six months ago with a
capital of SIO,OOO. Hardin Adams
of Prairie, was president, and
Leonard Brandon, cashier.
It is said the suspension of the
Prairie, French Camp and Brooks'
villc banks, of which Adams was
president, had something to do
with the failure of the Longview
Saturday warrants were sworn
out for the arrest of S. P. Bass,
acting cashier, charged with em
Say Tango Dancing Has Not Been In
dulged in—Object to Official
To tlii< Honorable Hoard of Aldermen,
City of Sturkville:
Gkkti.emkn ;—Whereas, at a
recent meeting of your body, cer
tain resolutions were submitted by
certain citizens of StarkviHe re-,
gorduig the supervision of public
and club dances by persons vested
by yon with such authority, and
Whereas, we believe the snlnuif**
sion of said resolutions grew out
of misinformation of said citizens
regarding the nature of the said
dancing indulged in ut these
dances, and,
Whereas, it is a well known
fact, that the so-called "animal
dancing” ("Turkey Trot,” "Griz
zley.Bear,” "Bonny Hug,” "Tan
go” and kindred dances) have not
been indulged in at any dances
given by the A. & M. College
Clubs, since it was found that the
invited chaperones objected to
them, and
Whereas, we feel that such an
action ns requested of you in said
resolutions would he a reflection
upon the good judgment of the
dancing contingent of the A.& M.
College as gentlemen, therefore,
We do respectfully submit these
resolutions and ask that we may
not bo embarrassed by any action
on your part that would cause our
dances to be placed under the
chaperonage of public officials and
thus have taken, from them their
present dignity and propriety.
Respectfully .Submitted,
0. C. McCarty
-11. L. Consley
M. F. Hanson
M. T. Aldrich
F. W. Walker
C. P. Chapman
J. T. Boyers
Committee from Students Organization
Accidents will Inppen, but the
best regulated families keep Dr.
Thomas’ Eclectic Oil for such
emergencies. Two sizes 25 and
50c ut all stores.
bezzlement, and he was placed
under a bond.
Brandon, the former cashier,
left Longview three or four days
ago, severing his connection with
the bank, intimating to some
friends that he was going to Mem
phis to attend lectures at some
medical college.
He is charged with embezzle'
rueut, and a warrant was sent to
Aberdeen asking for his arrest.
Hon. W. W. Magruder, attor'
ney for the bank, states that an
examination of the books show
them to be in a complicated condi
Bass was placed under a bond of
$2,000, which was promptly fur
nished, and Brandon gave bond
in the sum of $2,500 at Aberdeen.
The preliminary trial will take
place at Longview next Monday.
W. W. Hall was appointed re
ceiver and it is believed the de
positors would he paid in full.
Mr. G. B. Green, of Sturget, Goes to
His Reward.
The announcement of the death
of Mr. G. B. Green which occur
red nt his home in Sturgis last
Friday was received with profound
I egret throughout the county
*' r ". Green’s health had been
r ly failing for several months
s he end was not unexpected
a iit came. He was one of the
c cy’s most useful and highly
c*s uned citizens, and up to the
time his health failed was in busi
ness at, Sturgis.
Mr. Green was the father of
County Superintendent of Educa*
tion A. B. Green, of this city, and
Postmaster Owen Green, of Stur
City Authorities Arrest Negro Women
and Pat Them to Work
for the City.
City Marshal Maxwell and Dep
nty Sheriff Nickels made a raid on
the negro women vagrants who in
fest a certain locality in the north
ern part of town, and arrested sev
eral and landed them in jail
These women were given twenty
five days on the streets, and Street
Commissioner Davis had them out
the next day with brooms sweep
ing the sidewalks of the city.
The authorities are determined
to break up the dens of these wo
men in Sturkville, and hereafter
they will be compelled to either
move on, seek honosi employment
or work as prisoners for the city.
Mr. and Mrs. I’. G. Snddnth
and Mr. ant Mrs. VV. W'. Miller
were called to Murph icsboro, |
Tenu. about two weess ago on ac
count of the ihiitn of Mrs. Snd
duth’s and Mrs. Miller’s father.
They have all returned except Mrs.
•tOUN It. KKNNAHO. Olt(lAM/KI> A. K |{| 'll I
President 1008. Cashier
ON DECKMHER 27. im:t.
Published lie direction of Chapter 14 of Cedi of P.lfKi, as nmei dud bv
Chapter 111 of Mississippi Laws 10(18
Lours ami Discounts s 117.01 ;i •:] t
Overdrafts s„'lol 2 I *
Slocks and lioniN pl.ooo 00
hanking House furniture and fixtures I. iis 50
Other (teal K.*tate 407 |M
Duo from other Hanks 30,80!) Oil
Cash (items and clucks for clearing l,sor> 20
Casli on Hand o.OTI :!l
City Wairai l- 11.101 .17
Total $141,050 so
Capital Paid in $ 25,000 00
Surplus None,
Undivided Pruitts, less Expenses and Taxes ... 7,454 s.i
Individual Deposits Subject to Check 78.200 SO
Time C’erilleatesof Deposit ,10,151 20
Hills Payable and Rediscounts None.
Due Other Hanks. None.
Cashier’s Cheeks I*7 IM
Total jsl 11.0.V.1 so
Helow is a true, correct and complete statement of the indebtedness
due tile said Hank by the following
1. Uy OlHeers of the Bank ? 70107
2. Hy Stockholders A Owners of the Bank,. Li!), 107 07
3. Hy Directors of the Hank 5,021 74
1. A. K. KUSH. Cashier, of said Hank do hereby certify that the
foregoing is a true, foil and exact statement of the Assets and Liabili
ties of said Hank on the day and date named therein, without eom
liina ion with the Assets and Liabilities of any other Hank or Hraneli
bans. A. K. RUSH, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me a notary jpnblic in and for tin
county of Oktibbeha, Mississippi, ibis 6th day of January 1,i14.
Henry U. Reynolds, Notary Public.
My commission expires April 2,1910. ‘ *
’.examined and found correct, so far as a '■ riflcation of the forego
ing footings is concerned. This January 10,1914, ”
1). L. Thompson, Auditor.
WHEREAS, Mrs. Martha Roach
executed and delivered to J. R.
Beverly as trustee, a certain trust
deed, dated Nov. 22, 1912 and duly
recorded in Deed Book Number
122 on page 182 in the office of
Chancery Clerk of Oktibbeha
County, State of Mississippi, con
veying to said trustee the follow
ing described personal property
and real estate situated in Oktib
beha county. Mississippi, towit:
West half north east quarter see.
28, township 17, range 13 east,
containing 80 acres more or less to
secure certain indebtedness named
in said trust deed, and payable to
R. A. Lumpkin, and said in
debtedness having become past
due and remaining unpaid,
and the said J. R. Beverly,
trustee, having been requested by
said beneficiary and the legal own
er of said indebtedness to execute
j the trust, contained in said trust
I deed anti to foreclose said trust
I deed by sale of the property con
i veyed therein as provided in said
!trust deed.
i Now, therefore, I, the under'
I signed substituted trustee, by vir
l fne of the provisions in said trust
I deed will proceed to sell the aboye
I described property, real and per
sonal, at tbe door of the Court
house of said county, in Starkvillo,
in Oktibbeha county, Mississippi,
to the highest bidder for cash at
public auction on the
10th Day of February A D. 1914
between the hours of 11 o’clock a.
it. and 4 o’clock p. in. of that day
to satisfy said indebtedness togeth
er with all the lawful cost and ex
penses of executing this trust.
Date loth day of Jan. 1914.
j. li ;J^ l i l i^i- Tnistee -
A healthy man is a king in his
own right; an unhealthy man an
unhappy slave. For impure blood
and sluggish liver, use Burdock
1 Blood Bitters. On the market 35
years. SI.OO a bottle.
Mrs. J. 8. Moore will ontcitaiii
I the Campus Forty-two Club on
| next Wednesday afternoon.
Itt Tusoany Even the Peasants Indulge
, In Thin Pastime.
Visit the homo of h peasant In Tus
cany on some winter’s evening mid you
will 13 surprised and charmed, writes
Mr, Ulchard Itagof in "The Italiniis of
Today.” Gathered round the kitchen
tiro after the day’:, work Is done, these
peasants, fresh from their rough labor
In the fields and vineyards, vie with
each other In reciting poetry and tell
Inc stories. Generally both are extem
poraneous, and often they have a cood
deal of poetic grace and Imagination.
The gift of reciting improvised poetry
la not. however, confined to the peas
ants In Tuscany. I know of an In
stance that occurred In my own nolgh
borhood not so very long ago that cer
tainly could not have occurred any
where but In Tuscany. A local doctor
was driving to catch k train at a sta
tion a few miles from me, and on Ids
way he was accosted by a colleague
who happened to ho looking over hi*
garden wall. The colleague shouted
out c line of Improvised verse to him,
upon which the other instantly pulled
up his horse and capped the lino with
Doctor No. 2 responded, and for
threo hour i the poetic contest was con
tinned without cessation In the mean
time fhe whole of the village had lorn
ed out to listen and to make wagers on
which would be the first to lack an In
splration. It was only us dusk came
on (hat doctor No. I remembered that
he was on Ids way to catch a train!
Whether a patient was expecting
him I know not, but I feel convinced
that such a detail would not have been
allowed to Interfere with this war of
If is Interesting to see that even the
Illiterate peasant* detect at once the
slightest departure from the form In
which the original lima are set and
consider the offender to have lost the
“Suffered (lay and night the
torment of itching piles Nothing
helped me until I need Doan's
Ointment. The result was last
lug.” Hon, John H. Oarrett,
Mayor, Girard, Ala.
News has been received from
Texas, of the serious illness of
Mrs. J. C. Hardy, wife of ex-
President of the A. & M. College.
The Times sincerely hopes that
Mrs. Hardy will soon , ii, red
to health.
Wellborn Introoaccs Mil
For A. & "NI. — Provides for Support.
M amtenance and R epair
of B uildingfs.
lion. -I • 1 1 111 II Wellborn, F, Ist - i
cvn Ifepi'c cidttl iv ■ Iv. on I bis cou n- 1
t,v, Inis lotkiilii ; a 1 iju providing
Im A. A. M Co'lege an]iro;iritt'
lions which 11 h ■ succeeds in pass 1
log will pul Ihe College on "easy,
street.’ The bill provide- for up- |
prnpriutious earning over $450,-
00(1 divided into lifly I luce septr
ate u|>ptopiii.t.io ; s ranging from
S4OO up into Ili ai'iinds
Among the approprialions for
iniprovemoips '2.000 for converl
ing creamc •> into Labrotory.
SI,OOO foi pnrchi f€ug represen
tative of (iticincsy hoard.
Campus Improvements, SI,OOO.
Held at the Presbyterian Church Last
Night. W C. I. U. Members
H inor Memory of Mrs Kells.
A iiifinovi '! -vrvieo was held last
evening nl the Preshyt.eriun church
in honor of the Into Mrs. Harriet
H. Kells, Stale President of the
W. C. T. I . The service was
opened with prayer by Hev. \V. A.
•lonian, followed by one ol Mrs.
Kell’s favorite hymns, sung hv
the choir.
Hev. T. 11. Lipscomb then read
the Crusade Psalm, after wbieh
came the introduetiou of Mrs. S.
E. Stanley, of Booueville, i.• new
Slate President, by Miss Madge
Prof. Foote sang a solo, appro
priate to the occasion and Mrs. M.
I?, ('mice, of Corinth, read a set
of resolutions which had been
drafted by the Executive Commit
Hev. F. Z. Browne, Pastor of
the Presbyterian church, made
suitable remarks as did Mrs. Mary
Ervin, of Columbus. The choir
then rendered some excellent music.
Miss Minnie Walker addressed
the congregation in behalf of the
stale, dwelling on Mrs. Kells’ re
lation to the state as president of
the W. C. T. P. This address
was followed hj one from Mrs.
Horace Cunningham, bearing on
Mis. Kells’ relation to the home
Mrs. T. W. Woodward then
read some correspondence, letters,
etc., of the late president which
were interesting. Mrs. Evin then
closed the meeting with prayer.
The death of Mr. Hugh Hikes,
son of State Senator II 11. Sikes,
occurred at the home of his father
on Sunday night. -lan 11th and
the funeral services and burial
occurred Sunday afternoon.
He was just arriving at man
hood’s estate, hut had not yet at
tained his majority. He was a
fine many youth of a happy and
sunny disposition, an irreproaeli*
aide moral character with a useful
career opened before him. His
death comes as a sad blow to rel
atives, friends and associates.
Mrs. Geo. H. Henry, of San
Francisco is visiting her sister
Mrs. Elizabeth Beattie.
I hiblisl.ing uni ilisiriliuiiii!'
•>nll<-lins. #-,000.
IN" llli-'ll of I 1..1 I- . 1),.|,;,||-
HU'lll, .+ 1(1(1,
> iepaii dll' A1 <> ll j.f>>imi■ r\ I hill.
Hi I,.S(K).
N"u budding for storing r M
fern s, supplies, ele., +1(1 (|i)p
1* IVO new resiliences, ; 1 'J..V II I,
Building for working leys mil
seeming hinds, etc,, H>(i(i,()i)o.
Equipment anil fiirintiire for
win kine hoi s’ department ,+ l(l.iloi)
<'oinpl, lino imv way lo Itumii
lor;,, (jiIS.IKKt.
N‘ pi>u 1 1r > building, +o,()()(l
I lie idinAv are only a few of Ihe
appr'iprinti llll s iniined in (he hill.
W. C. T. U. IN
Stale Excretive Coirniillee Hold
Meeting at Courthouse Yesterday
I he Ijxoi'iitiw Committee id the
Stale \\ C. T mol, j n d|j s city
on Thursday, .lan. loth. The
nieeiing was held at, the Woman’s
| Ked, Hoorn at the Comity Court
lloiist and was presided over hy
Mis. E. E. Stanley, the newly
elected Slate President, who sue
eeeda the late lamentul .Mrs. Har
riet H, Kells.
There were present at the meet
ing: Mrs. K. E. Stanley, ot Boon-
Tille; Mrs. ,M, li, ('mice, of
CJorinlh ijAlrs. Alary Erwin, ot Co
The eonnnitlee were enlertained
hy mem hers of (he Eoeai Inion
will) a splendid Inneh, which wag
served at the noon hour al. the
Rest Room.
A. & M. Team Winn Easy Victory
Over Millsaps
The Basket Ball game which
was p ayed al the College court on
Wednesday evening between A. &
Al- and Millsaps resulted In (i-f lo
8 in favor of the A. & Al- This
was the first game and much inter
est was manifested. Chirk, for
ward lor A. & Al. did some grace
ful stunts while Kinuy, goal throw
er deserves much pi aim for the
n timer in which lie acquitted
himself. A large uowd was pres
t nl more, than the side courts could
well accommodate.
The ladies of the College Cam
pus have organized a sewing citcle,
which meets on Friday afternoon.
These little informal gatherings
are very pleasant as well as profit
able, and many new ideas and
plans are interchanged which prove
beneficial. Airs. W. •). Jennings
was hostess at the last, meeting.
Harsh physics react. weaken the
bowels, will lead to chronic con
stipation. Doan’s lb gulets oper-
I ate eas'ly. 2m a box at all stores,
NO. if

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