m E TIMES
I Starkvllle, fllss.
■ following ehgares will he made
oltlces $l5 00
cash in advance, no excep-
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Herder to give candidates an oppor-
K to present their claims to the
Hi through the medium of the press
H.Tmks has decided Cos place a nom-
on all cards, cpinmnnica-
Haml other matter advocating con-
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Hons will he charged for at the rate
B,| y Fifty Cents for Each One
Hr'ed Words or any fractional part
H) words. Count your words and
He cash accompany tbe order.
I DISTRICT ATTORNEY
I M> A. SAUNDERS
I COUNTY ATTORNEY.
■ B. F. BELL
I JOHN B. PERKINS, Jr.
I R. M. NICKELS
I J. E. BROWN
I W. W. HASTINGS
| DR< J. W. CRUMPTON
I UIAN' fcRY CLERK
■ ROBERT L HANNAH
■ McD. McILWAIN
■ J. 0. THOMAS
I JR LONG
■ BA BUCKNER
I CIRCUIT CLERK” ~
I M. R. PULGHAM
I C. R. SANDERS
I C. S. FONDREN
I J. 0. t^UINN
I RRAY DEED
■ D- E- RAINEY
I J. J. CCMMINS
■for Saperinteudeut ol Education.
I W. U. MILLER
I W. N. TAYLOR
I p. T. PALMER
I ALBERT JORDAN
I • SUPERVISOR.
■ th E AT >P>.
I J. 0. MoUREIGRT
I J, D. DEANES
I JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
■ (BKATNO. 1.)
I Wit. BUTTS
I (BEgT NO. 1 >
I b. R. McCREIGRT
I JOHN H CRITE
| 0, W, PARKER, JR,
I Registration Notice.
I I will be at the following places
lon the following dates for the pur
kose of registering all persons in
(titled to same,
| Maben, Monday April 12.
I Double Springs, Tuesday April
Adution, Wednesday April 14.
1 Bells School House, Thursday
HObsoni, Friday April 16.
■ Hickory Grove, Monday April
■gency, Tuesday April 20,
Ij-oturgis, Wedueeday April 21.
lylradloy, Thursday April 22.
f iLougview, Friday April 23.
Store, Tuesday April 27.
Assume, Wednesday April 28.
books will remain open i u
■v office until Jniy 2, 1015 whe n
Ivey will be cbosed as tbe la w
■ M. R. Eulgham,
'Hlrs. A. W. Welch 1b visiting
jjfc brothat. Dr. Joe Ware, in
G.Bnpbiß this week.
\|r Child’s Cohgh is a Call for Help
. Jpn't put off (renting your Child's
iMOugU, It not only saps their strength.
Wit often lead* to more seriotls ailment*.
■Hiv risk? You don’t have to. Ur.
New discovery Is Just tbe remedy
jßi child need*. It U made with
rfwothlng. healing and antiseptic hal
ibuts. Will hulcKiy check the cold and
withe your Child’s Cough away. No
■ls how bgd the Gough of how long
finding, Ur., King’s New Discovery
|Wlll stop U. It’s guaranteed. Just get
k bottle from, your Druggist and try
confederate veterans meet
Oktibbeh. Camp No. 13J! Hold Im
porlanf Meeting Saturday-Splendid
[Sermon at Methodist Church
The above named camp of Con
federate Veterans met in Stark
ville, Saturday, and elected offl
cers as fallows:
m. H. Ueyr olds, Commander.
J. A. Glenn, Adjutant.
Ihe following comrades answer
ed to roll call: W. J. Rousseau
Win. Thomas, Wiley N. Nash’
Dr. T. C. Weir, S. D. Critz, 11.
i. Saunders, D. J. Cochran, F.
E. Hearou, J, M. Carpenter, J. A.
Glenn, A. H. Reynolds. D. W.
Outlaw, Wm H. Reynolds, Chas.
E. Gay, Wm. R. Lanier, L. D.
McDowell, Thos. J. Wood, .
Marshall, G. G. Sanders, D. V.
It was decided that the Camp
meet regularly every three mouths
from date which will make the
next meetihg fall on duly 3,
A committee on resolutions was
appointed to draft resolutions to
the memorv of Commander A, F.
Young which reported as follows’
in Menu ham
Capt. A. F. Young, our beloved
commander departed this life on
Saturday, Cctober 24th, PJI4. He
was honored and respected by all
who knew hima good Confeder
ate Soldiar, a highly respected cit
izen, a kind and loving husband
and father, a princely gentleman,
eourteous and affable gentleman,
a sincere Christian has gone to his
Captfiip fit W 8 deftfo wag
in big year, was a nat
live of Columbus, MississipiJ,
where he lived to manhood, when
he removed to Sessions,Mississippi,
Oktibbeha County, where he died,
honored, beloved and respected by
all who knew him. We do not be
lieve that he had an enemy among
all of his acquaintances and suie
that he never swore an oath in all
his life, always seemed to be pos
sessed of a sweet Christian c}i(\rac.
tey ffWfc hW uniformally
kind ami gentle, We never heard
anyone speak unkindly pr dispar
agingly of foe deceased ip all his
long and honored life,
His remains were taken to Co
lumhns, Mississippi and were
buried in Friendship cemetery, liu
the family square, where ..lies the
body of his father, and his mother,
brother and sister. His life was a
shining example to all who knew
him both young and [old. To his
sorrowing family yye fondei' flnr
sincere ami towrf felt sympathy.
Peace to the ashes of our be,
loved Commander Capt. Yonng,
ynamwonalj adopted at the first
meeting of Oktibbeha Camp after
the death of our beloved Com
C. E. Gaj,
Thos. J. Wood,
Wiley G. Nash, Committee.
The meeting adjourned to as
semble at the Methodist Church
the next morning, (.Sunday), to
attend services and hear a splendid
sermon preached by Rev. T. H.
Lipscomb. After the services the
"old soldiers” were grouped on
the front steps of the .church and
a splendid photo was made, con
taiuiug all of the veterans above
mentioned and Mrs, D. E. Slaugh
ter, State President of the Daugh
ters of the Confederacy, and Mrs.
D. L. Magruder, President of the
Odd Fellow* to Celebrate,
Tee celebrating of the *JCth an
niversary of Odd Fellowship by
Kidgely Lodge, No. 2a at Odd
Fellows Hall, Starkville, Miss.,
April 20, Monday evening at t)
Opening Ode by Lodge.
Invocation— By W. A. Jordan,
Music by College Orchestra.
Welcome address—B. F. Bell,
Address on ‘‘Odd Fellowship”—
W. A. Jordan.
Address—E. S. Candler, Jr.
Song— Mrs. Toro Montgomery,
From Neighoring Towns
Mr. Tom Tauuer of Starkville,
and Miss Maudelen Tanner of
Tupelo, are visiting their relatives,
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Foster. —
Prarie Correspondent in Aberdeen
• • •
The annual ball which was given
by the Lee Guard at Starkville on
Wednesday evening, was attended
by several pretty and popular
Aberdeen girls in the persons of
Miss India Houston, Ituby Clifton,
Mary Lou West, Kitty Scrape,
Dorris Murphy, and Elizabeth
Godfrey. The young ladies re
tuained for the matinee dance on
Thursday afternoon returned on
Friday to Aberdeen, Aberdeen
• • *
Uev. Dr- T. C. Wi r, of Stark
ville, filled the pulpit, morning
and evening, at the Methodist
church, lie has many friends
here, who are always glad to hear
him. Although in his 87lh year
he is still active and interesting.—
Brooksville Correspondent in Ma
Miss Lucile Francis is the guest
of friends in Starkville for several
• • •
Mrs. T- W. Woodward of Stark
yille, retuyiied from the Mission
ary meeting at Corinth with Mrs.
J. W. Hoyle and was the latter’s
guest several days. —Tupelo Jour
* * *
Ma. M. A. Parks has received
news of the death of Mrs. Ellis, of
Starkville, wife of the Rev. Mr.
Ellis, of the Presbyterian church.
She was the mother of Mr. Park's
first wife. •= Rroaksville corres
pondent in Maom Deacon.
• • •
One of the prettiest of the in
formal gatherings was the one
given at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
A. D. Kelly last Friday in honor
of Miss Maxwell of Starkville, who
is the most welcome visitor to the
Misses Dardwell. The evening
was one of pleasure from beginning
and so merrily did the time pass
that when the dainty refreshments
were brought in the happy parti-.
cipanta felt that they were only be
ginning the evening. Dr. and
Mrs. Kelly have a charm all their
own, which makes their home a
Mecca to which all love to turn.—
Yazue City Herald.
• • •
Our esteemed friend and former
townsman, M. U. Fulgham, Cir
cuit Clerk and candidate to suc
ceed himself was in town first of
this week shaking hands with
friends and looking after his po
litical fences in general. Mike is
a splendid fellow and his oppon
ents will have to stir if they head
him off.—Mabeu Press.
Sheriff Nickels was in town this
week and honored our office with a
• • •
Mrs. J.T. Kirk and little daugh
ter of Starkville, are visiting Dr.
and Mrs.*W. W. Westmoreland,
Miss Mary Llndermau, of Stark
ville, is visiting her grand-parents,
Capt. and Mrs. Isaac Winston, in
North Columbus.—Columbus Com
Misses Auua Neal uud Beatrice
Lane are at iiouie from their most
eujo>able trip to Btarkville where
they attended the ball given by
toe students of A. & M. College
and now they are at hotuei for the
afterJSaster dance on Tuesday
evening.— Jacksou Clarion-Ledger.
The little daughter of Prof. Har*
uard is again well after having hod
serious trouble with her tonsils.
The many friends of all concerned
will be glad to t har of the little
I ■. -f
Enjoyed Field Day
Prof. Spencer of the Mabeu Col
lege in writing to Principal Morris
of the Starkville Public Schools,
has this ’o say of Field Day, re
cently held in Starkyille by the
Schools of the County;
“Permit me to say Profesor,
that the day .was thoroughly en
joyed by the Mabeu crowd and
e\ erybody Jcnmo home rejoicing.
Starkville just simply treated us
420 nerres good pasture land,
well watered. For particulars
pboue No. 77 or address P. 0.
Box 1(5, Starkville, Miss. tf
Girls! How about that trip to
Sau .Francisco t Are you piling
votes as you should f If not, why
uot, you may be the lucky oue.
Remember there is a SIOO.OO iu
addition to the trip.
Well—evaryono knows the effect of Pine
Forests on Coughs. Dr. Bell’s ITnc
't'Hr-lloney Is a remedy which brings
quick relief for Whooping Cough,
loosens the mucous, soothes the lining
of the throat and lungs, and makes the
coughing spells less severe. A family
with growing children should not he
without it. Keep it haudy for all
Coughs and Colds. 250 at your Drug
We might be excused from mak
ing a statement to the fact that the
church is not a place of Jpubho
amusement, but, the '‘House of
the Lord,” and, as such, should be
fthserved. But Sometimes, even
people who should kuow better,
and also should set an example to
the younger generation, forget the
A Slugglsn Uvjr N;eJs A ttentlon
Let your Liver get torpid and you arc
in for a spell of misery. Everybody
gets an attack now and then. Thous
ands of people keep their Livers active
and healthy by using Dr. King’s New
Life Hills. Fine for the Stomach, 100,
Stop the Dizziness, Constipation, UPU
iuusness and Indigestion, Clear the
blood. Only 25c at your Druggist.
The earols of the feathered tribe
are bringing joy to the hearts of
those who realise the reality of
• For Sale
Nancy Hall potato slips at $1.50
per 1000. Address,
J. A. Lamb, Principal,
Agricultural High School,
4t Lougview, Miss.
Society is uot what it should be
—but, society ia realising the .fal
sity of its views.
Brotherhood, correctly under
stood, has a teudeucy to a Chris
tiau uatiou, aud, a stronger man
hood and womanhood. It is grow
Rbeunwtiim Yields Quickly to Slaiai
Yon can’t prevent an attack of Rheu
matism from coming on, hut you can
stop it almost immediately. Sloan’s
Liniment gently applied to the sore
joint or muscle penetrates in a few min
utes to the inllamed spot that causes the
pain. It soothes me hut, tender,
•woolen feeling, and in a very short
time brings a relief that is almost un
believable until you experience It, Gel
a buttle of Sloan’s Liniment fur Sac. ol
any Dr Jggist and have it in the house—
against Uolds, Sore and Swollen Joints,
Lumbago, Sciatica aud like ailments.
Your money back If nut satisfied, hut it
does give almost instant relief,
The College meu were well rep
refuted iu the various churches
Hundreds cau point to tue use
of calomel as the cause of physical
decay. Its strenous effects upon
liver, kidueys aud eveu the heart
are kuown to every practicing
Medical science has found a
vegetable compound that elimi
nates the poisons from the liver
and accumulations from the bow
els in a safer aud saner way than
does calsmei and leaves no ill af
This remedy in the form of
Grkby’s Lhr-rer-Ux is a proven suc
cess. It is for sale in 50c and
SI.OO bottles by J. T. Kirk who
guarantees to refund purchase
price if you want it- It is always
protected by the likeness of L. K.
—and, the weather being pro
pituous the rail birds are becom
‘l ig in evidence.
Kodak and girl are here—they
will be much in evidence from now
on, while the weather permits.
EAST M I S SI S S I P P I TIMES
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; FIVE VOTES 0
n I FOR
~ In the County Sponsor Contest, San Francisco Tour
j Vote us many us you cun secure from Hast Mississippi Times
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OKTIBBEHA COUNTY SPONSOR CONTEST
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9 Will be in effect via 0
I Illinois Central Railroad |
For the following occasions J
• Memphis, Tennessee o
• American Cotton Manufacturers Associa- 0
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• 10, 11 and 12th. Return limit April 424th.
• Chattanooga , Tennessee q
9 Southern Conference for Education and In
% ‘J ust .fy. April 27 to 30th. Tickets on sale
• April 25, 26 and 27th. Return limit May 8 0
0 Houston, Texas
0 Southern Baptist Convention, May 12th to ©
0 J otli. Southern Sociological Congress, ©
0 May Bto 11 th. Tickets on Sale May 6th
0 to nth inclusive. Return limit May 31st.
0 Washington, D. C. S
Z C j
0 Daughters of the American Revolution C&
5 2 4 <1 ' Continental Congreas, April 17 to 25th ©
0 Tickets on sale April 15, 16, 17th. Return S
0 limit May Bth.
S For full particulars apply to our 0
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'/i M/ Highet Grade Bnd_ Most Practical
Mm /T/ffls Courses in Business, in Shorthand and
/ in English. Best Equipments. Un
w/ equaled Facilities. Complete College
SHOULD BE EDUCATED Bank. Only School with Actual Store.
TO SUPPORT THEMSELVES and Actual Money in which students
keep the books and balance cash.
Special accommodations (or ladies. Personal instruction.
No misrepresentation to secure patronage. Graduates in general demand
through their superior training. GEO. SOULE & SONS.
AVOID HIGH COT?LIVING I
Plant Taylor’s Field, Garden nt Flower Seeds t
They • jive Results
Write for Price List and Garden Calender
SWEP TAYLOR SEED CO. |
One Block from Union Depot JACKSON, MISS. *
When You are in your Capitol City call and see us. j
W. W. Scales, President. A.O. Ervin, Cashier. C.E. Gay, Ass’t Cash’er
PEOPLES SAVINGS BANK
Does a General Banking Business, Loans Money on ileal
and Personal Security.
UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK.
DON’T STAY BILIOUS, CONSTIPATED
"Dodson's Liver Tone" Will Clean Your
Sluggish Liver Better Than Calomel
and Can Not Salivate.
Calomel wakes you sick; you lose a
day’* work. Calomel I* quicksilver and
•it salivate*; calomel injure* your liver.
If you are bilious; feel lazy, sluggish
ami all knocked out, if your bowels arc
•oustipated and your bend acbe* or
rtomnch is sour, just lake n spoonful of
'lariulctui Dodson's Liver 'lone instead
if using sickening, salivating calomel.
Dodson’s Liver Tone is real fiver modi*
eim • You’ll know it next morning be
cause you will wake up feeling line,
/our liver will be working, your bead
irbe and dizziness gone, your stomaeli
vill be sweet and bowels regular. You
vill feel like working, you’ll Is; clkst
Vul; full of energy, Mid uintitiion-
Vour druggist or denier sells yon a
50 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Toon
under my personal guarantee that It
will clean your sluggish liver better than
nasty calomel; it won’t make you sick
and you can eat anything you want
without lining salivated. Vour druggist
guarantees that each spoonful will start
your liver, clean your bowels and
straighten you up by morning or you
get your money hack. Children gladly
take Dodson’s Liver Tone because it is
pleasant tasting and doesn’t gripe or
cramp or make them sick. '* t
1 am selling millions of,, bottles of
Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have
found that Ibis pleasant, vegetable, liver
medicine takes, the place of. dangers’ll,''
calomel. liny one bottle on my Bound •
reliable guarantee. Ask your druggist
about me, •
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