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" tN * 1 >'"•'■■ ■—'■"■Wdeinnaßiiii man , ■ JHrarainlZHin^ulZn^Buß^' |-OUR GREAT Pre-inventory Sale!; is NOW ON IN FULL IL ALT 4fL | This Great Sale opened January 7tkanJ notwithstanding the Lad condition of our roads [ I many ou l of town customers honored us with their presence end patronage: all were delighted with Ike. Extraordinary Bargains and the immense and serviceable Stock of High Grade /A XWTK Merchandise from which to select from. To get an accurate idea of ‘The Bargains we arc offer- / H Vlj jK mg you must cometo our store and see for yourself, for in no other way can you comprehand f£d wJsTI the Big Values We have for you. ' fe 4- j^jk 18 especial pride that we cal) your attention lli I "TJ liA 1 JplfL t 0 OUr s P^ stock of Men’s, Youth's and Boy’s Tlle Very Best tlle Market Elegantly Tailored—Made to Fit and Last ;| | U M pm|! I ilrf get • “"* ld, ' a of what *• we offering In nil of Ladies' Goods Jf\\f j -cfj IW4 |( j j l l 0U have to see the description and prices on our Big Circular. r' WSmijjMP . Everybody knows about our Shoes, hut they will have to visit the Sale to leant a*'out ir Wf\ ' 1 *? e Gr f at reduction we have made on all bhoes— hundreds of pairs have been added— r -j\\ M, “ P th€re ls sitil (***? of the Wont-Over $3.50, *.Ob, 5*30 and $5.00 Shoes, ni.iC.wc ’ I'T \frn SHUT CLEARANCE t are selling at $ 1.98. Come and get a pair while they last. ’ " m| * i w e si TljE DIXIE BAROAi DOUSE f i|i|i of Men’s SHIRTS and I j6* H a ISt c?r> a ivt r . * TANARUS" '43o®SJ®* Pine Underwear and ~ T „ & KLEbAN - k^tffiSSltil other Purnishlngs STARKVILLE, - - HISSISSIPPI S &*S Mfctg rE EAST MISSISSIPPI TIMES Wm WARD, Editor. ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' The following ahgarea will be made for all announcements; District offices sls no County 10 00 Bent 6.00 Strictly cash in advance, no excep tions made to this rule. CANDIDATES TAKE NOTICE In order to give candidates an oppor lenity to present itheir claims to the Voters through the medium of the press The Timks hue decided to place a nom inal charge on all cards, communica tions and other matter advocating con dldutes for oltice Therefore,. uch pub lications will be charged for at the rate of |only Fifty Cents lor Each One Hundred Woras or any fractional part of UK) words. Count your words and let the cash accompany the order. DISTRICT ATTORNEY The Times la authorised to announce M. A. BAUNBERS as a candidate for District Attorney for j the 16th Judicial District, composed of 1 the wo intles of Clay, Lowndes, Oktih-1 helm, Noxubee and Kotnper. subject to the action of the Democratic primaries - J ■ SHERIFF The Times is authorized to annoaucel R. M. NICKELS as a candidate for sheriff of Octihbeha Ci unty, subject to the action of the frlnwtoi CHANCERY CLERK The Times is authorized to announce ROBERTLHANNAH as a Candidate for Ghancexy Clctk of of Oktibbeha county, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic primaries. The Times is authorized to announce McD. McILWAIN as a candidate for Chancery Clerk of Oktibbeha county subject to the action of tqc Democratic primaries. - CIRCUIT CLERK, The Times is authorized to announce M. R. FLi,GUAM us a candidate for Circuit Clerk, of Ok tibbeha county, subject to the action of the uetuocrutic primaries. ASSESSOR. The Times is authorized to unuounci J. O. QUINN as a ooudidute for Tax Assessor of Ok. > tibbthacounty, subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. The Time- is authorized to announce GRAY BELL as a candidate fur Tax Assessor of Ok. tinbeba county subject to the action of the Democratic primaries. The Times is authorized to announce D. E. KAINKY us a candidate for Tax Assessor of Ok- j tibheha county, subject to the action of the democratic primaries. The Time, is authorized to uoDoimce I J. I. CUMMINS as a candidate for Tax Assessor of Ok tibbeha County, subject to the action of the peuiocratlc primaries. STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. JANUARY 15, 1915 Fulgham for Re-Election. Mr. M, R. Fulgham, who go ably and satisfactorily tills the office of Circuit Clerk, announces in this issue for re-election. Dur ing Mr. Fulghum’s encuDibeucy tbe business of the office has been transacted in a manner entirely satisfactory to all concerned, and he has justly earned the reputation of being one of the most competent and efficient clerks in the district. He is u thorough going and painstaking official, strictlylbusiness in all matters per taining to the duties of his oIM e, and at the same time a genial, courteous and obliging gentlemen, coucieutious and honorable it- mil of his dealings with his fellow man. Mr. Fuighain says that if he u, elected tor another term, he v ill be profoundly grateful, and w I strive in every way to shov, ina appreciation. But. if on the other I baud, another is chosen, bo will, i accept the result cheerfully, and i with the kindest of feelings to-1 ward those who saw lit to tuuie the change. However. Mr. Pul-' gnam’s friends and supporter; me boosting his candidacy in a most enthusiastic mauner and teem o afi dent of his election. For regular action of the bow els: easy, natural movements, re lief of constipation, trv Bonn’s Regulets. 25c at all drugstore s, 1 Mrs. John Mcßee, of Login,;'! lon, is the attractive guestof Mrs. ■ P. Z. Brown uud jjhnj A Card From Mr. Quinn. To the Voters of Oktibbeha Oounty: For the first time in life 1 come before you asking for a public ~f-■ ■ b*e; that is, the office of County Tax Assessor, and in doing so I am frank to say that I save uo more claim on you than any other man in the county. But as this is practioallv on open air office, and one that someone has to fill, and the outy office in the county that appeals to me, and believing that lam qualified lor the position, then fore lam going to ask you for your support If lam your choice 1 promise to give this office my lime and Andy, 1 shnll treat every man fair and courteous, dhould jou ~i.a lit to give it to ■ ome one els-s, I shall hold malice , "ttward no man. I urn in the race simply on n y own merits. To ilmse vth i m e not personally ae quern led wi h me, I ask ther.i to make inquiry as to m\ moral char* actor and fi jess for the job. and f you tind tiiey arc right, then I aik you lor our support, dubmisi.ively yours. .. i. . J Qltnn. Ambon, Mis-., Jan. 13. 1916, LOST! LOST!! Between the Episcopal Church md A. & M College, latter part of December, one pair gold rim •ipectacles, Eo. 10d04 in case. Finder wi i ne suitably regard ed by return ing to J. and. KiCE, Starkvillc. Miss, SuLaerib- for Tbs Ttines I j $1,50 Per Year < ll,l i •* ii CONTRACT NOTICE. I will on First MomJ.iy in fVbnuiry, Flio at Hi** front door ot thu ccnriho.i-r lot con tract a for fh follwinc work, to-wit: Su iduth road from (jreenuboro road to liooghisa road. () Hricii roinl from Ifonglaaa road to to Adaton ami Plo-l a road. Cppr Greensboro rood from KU. Hawlin •to county lin ■ Koliioson road from Vernon Chureli road to bridge, about one mile. Mae-,-, ami Aberdeen road from heat' 3 line l - Job Aikcw’a gate. 1 mile, Union Chureh road from Jloblnaon ron-l to Lower Crawford road, a !-■’ i inline Lower Crawford road from Noxubee road t-> onnty line, t Loni ville road from Bern 1 line to 1 Beat 4 in., Macon and Aberdeen road from Bent 1 3 line to Maeon roar), about 'I mimi,, , Kobtnaon road from Vernon Church road, miniug west one mile, \ erno i Church mud from itobinvm road. Aim f >ur steel bridges, 82, U and 3(J I feet fong or Dlstriel No. 4. Abo lumber for dipping vat- for the different ofihi*. county, A ioo post a and rooting for ame. A Iso Ido aei.s oi ■ -inert to le de livered at bUrkvill., and 4o(J yarn of unscreened gravel to he delivered a-! follow s; 100 yds to he delivered at Atarkv.lle. 78 yds to l-o delivered at Maben, o) yu-, to lie delcered a) ((.-horn, oh V’d* to lie deli,oiii at hturgis 26 yds to be deip.i <) at BrailKy. 75 yds to lie delivered at benaiim,. Specil-uatioDa fo** above on Hie in mv > office. Ail bids to ;,e id public .. t. ry 1 except bios for ■ ,e u t and er i\yl,, which are to be r d..d ou 1 -, L- O, McII.WAIN, Clerk. 1 PUBLIC HAULING All kind, single and double team 2*. F. Dailey, PhoUe 283. Itching, bleeding, piotruding or blind piles have yielded lo Doan's OintWßDt, Wo It All stores. CHANGE of SCHEDULI MOBILE & OHIO R R. Effective Nov. 22. 1 rains Will Leave Starkvlle, M.a. slppl. as Hollows: No. 41 I Hilly... Lv. Krt. Depot ii:3o p, <3 Daily ...Lv. li’n. Depot l():;jr p No. 40 Dully....Lv. L’n. Depoi 4:of, p. AKiuvES—(Arteslu, Mi,„.) No. 41—dully —Ar. 7:05 So. 43—daily Ar . | s OS i>. i . No. 45—dully Ar. 4:3(1 i . akkives—C Arteslu, Mi-s.; KOHTHBOOMO No. if—Express, Dally Lv. 3:37 a. No. 4 Express, Dally Lv. S;3o p. . No, (I—Express, Dally Ly. Ui2op aUCTIfMOOKU No. I—Express, Dally.. Ar. 1^:60 No. 3—Express. Dally Ar. 11;;> > No. 5 -Express, Dully Ar . 4:NO folders and other Infon/iath Kunllax rules, routes, etc., apply t< •/, T. OWEN, 'fieket Ajft., Mobile A Ohio U. U. Or write, O. E. ALLEY, Dlflt. lus. A I . •laekson. 1 n DISCOVER KO\KENDALL’S OKEA3E) ; LIQUID ECZEMA REMLDV Certainly does fore any and all T log .Skin 1 roubles such as Kc/ein |. ter. Kin* Worm, I’olson Du . | ’•ever misters, Frost Hites. (j f , I'oji. I’riekly lleat, Nettle Bash ■ Stubborn Soros thought to be o.i • , •ilves Instant relief und cures who. „„ , HCians fall. TMV ON KHO i I’rj. ALK at B. Vi. * K. L.*W dr, vdle, ar.d Ihomiis A Uurtley, Mid. u. 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