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SUBSCRIPTION, ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS A YEAR VOL, XLVII. STABKVILLE, MIS. AUGUST 21, 1914 NO. 83. JE Wa Ward. Idilar and PaUukr. “Little Zeke” will continue to send you your garden seed. Indian trails are a thing of the past. Let this be “The Last of the Mohichins.” While the Luropean war rages, this country should de clare war on war prices. When you want to candidate don’t make the mistake of assailing his virtues instead ol his faults. There is only one thing wrong about the proposed issue of road bonds for Beat i! It should hare come five or ten years ago. v Just mix this with your good old plug cut and smoke it; the good road tax ain’t going to bust the county any more than your tobacco bill is going to bust it. Lawyer Luckett, of Kosciusko, ran for Circuit Judge on a platform the main plank of which was his congratula tory telegram to Bilbo upon his acquittal. And now comes the special election for County Treas urer which occurs Tuesday. Two elections in two con secutive weeks is overtaxing the voter’s energies. Excellent work has been done in grading and rounding up the roads in Beat i. Shall we now make this work per manent by hard-surfacing the main highways, or shall we let the roads go back to the loblollies of several years ago? Ihe misreable winding trails that served a sparse popu lation fifty years ago, and which were now and then given >a lick and a promise and allowed to get worse every year, may look good to a few people who should have lived a hundred years ago, but as a modern inconvenience they are the limit and will not be longer tolerated by the people of this super visor’s district. 'il i , There is some opposition to the good roads bond issue in Beat I. We also had opposition to the movement for a public school building and for a deep well and water works fifteen years ago. Had this opposition prevailed your children would not today have a school building as good as that now provided for the negroes of the community and a farmer could not water his horse in Starkville. Anderson, the Bilbo candidate for congress in the 2nd district was defeated by Stephens, the present congressman. In the 6th district, Pat Harrison has defeated Dr. Donald, who was also running as a Bilboite. In the sth judicial dis trict where Bilbo made a personal canvass against Judge Teat tor the Circuit judgeship for his man Luckett, the race will be run over by Teat and Rodgers. Day is breaking in Mississippi. A CATACHISM ON WAR. Why tire there wars? Because rulers ami statesmen want them. Why do rulers and statesmen want wars? To gain more personal power. Who fight the battles? The plain people. Why do people light? Because the statesmen play upon their race prejudice and delude them with false patriotism. Has the tpan who shoots any grievance against the man who is shot! None whatever. They do not even know each other. Who suffer the penalties of war? The families of the poor. Who pay the expenses of the’ war? The toilers.. How do they pay 1 In higher taxes and higher prices to meet interest on the war debt. How long do they pay? They and their dcscendents pay us long ns the national debt lasts whicli is forever, ' Who wins the war! The successful general wins “glory,” the successful statesman wins prestige, ainf the money lenders—who are iuternatibnal—win profits. What is (he : total result of war? lo give the world’s money lenders a permanent mortgage on the labor of the working classes. ■ How long w ill there lie wart Until the working classes understand this. EAST MISSISSIPPI TIMES, STARKVILLE, MISS VTILKY N. HASH 11. B. NABB NASH 6/ NASH Attorneys and Counselors at Law and Solicitors in Chancery STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI W. W. MAGRUDER Attorney at Law ITARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI G. ODIE DANIELSSi Attorney and Counsellor at Law USaiue old stand.' STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI M. A. SAUNDERS Attorney at Law .Office uustairs in Nash Building STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI WILL E. WARD ATTORNEY STARKVILLE. MISS. OUitt Up-Stair# >■ Nwk BaiUiaf J. B. PERKINS, JR# LAWYER Money to Loan I Otlce under Telephone Exchange STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI T. J. WOOD Attorney-at-Law STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI B. F. BELL Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery Practice* in ill the Court*. Money to Loan on Easy Term* Ofllce J’hone 157; residence 187 STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI NOTICK TO NON - RESIDENT DEFENDANTS. j Slate of Mississippi. To John D. Moltac, you arc com monded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Oktibbeha, in said State, on the Second Monday of September, A. D. 1914, to defend the suit in said Court of C. E, Gay Admr, wherein you are defendant. This Ruh day of August, A. D. 1914. K. O. McII,WUIL-Clerk. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT DEFENDANT State of Mississippi, . Oktibbeha County. To Mrs. J. 11. Rogers, Clarksville, Tennessee. You are hereby commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the county Oktibbeha, in said Slate on the 14th day of September. A. !)., 11)14, to de fend a suit in said Court, the same being the hearing of the Commissions Iteporl vu Central Drainage District of Oktib beha county, Mississippi, and living the appraisement of lands |to be |taken for the use of the District and through which the ditches of the district are to run; the land through which the said ditches arc to run being described us follows, to-wlt:— The North East Quarter of the South \Vest Quarter of Section Three, Township Nineteen, Range Fourteen, East,Oktibbeha county Mississippi. ' Tills the 13th day of August, A. D. 11)14. E. O. MeIUVAIN, • Clerk. Notice to N jn-Resident Defendants. State of Mississippi; To John D. Askew, No. 4io North Jack sou street, Atlanta, 'On., W, U-i As kew. 474 Edith I’luce. Memphis, Tenu., and Mrs. Annie Askew Mc- Millan, Arkadelphia, Ark. Y’ou are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Oktibbeha, in said stale, on the sec ond Monday of September, A, D., 1014, to show oaiise. if any why the final ac count of Mrs EenaD. Askew, Adminis tratrix of tlie Estate of VV. D. Askew, deceased, should not be approved *and allowed, wherein you are defeddants. Thislith day of August. A. D.. 1014, E. O. McII.WAIN, Clerk. aug7-4t contract Notice. I, will on the first Monday in Sep tember, 1014, at the front door of the court house within legal hours, let the following contracts subject to the ap proval of the Hoard of Supervisors of Ostibbeha county. Miss,, to-wit;— Contract for working Uankston Road from (beat line to County line, also O'ltrlen road foom Douglass road to Uud White's 1 3-4 miles, also Douglass road from Greenslmro road to gRe 11 Fountain road, 4 miles. Specifications on tile in my office. E. O. McILWAIN, Clerk of the Uoard of Supervisors. 31-8-14 Notice to Non-Residet Defendants State of Mississippi To .George K. Goodwin. You are commanded to appear before the Chan cery Court of the Oktibbeha, in said S* ate. on I lie iSecond Monday of Sep tember, A. I>. 1014, to defend the salt iu said Court of Hubie U. Goodw in, where in you are defendant. This V*M 1 •• t > • o. Utvik. GILL’S DRUG STORE sxs===========s . I I ■■a^^^^as==7T— —~ —, 11 I ill ACROSS THE STREET TO THE NORTH- I EAST CORNER ON I September Ist I I E HAVE catered to your wants at the old stand for 14 n w ears to the best of our ability for that time, taking IW I ii UUJLjJ care to dispense you full weight, full measure, and to | make your p-escnptions as the Doctor ordered. 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