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if You Haven’t Attended This Sale
Do So Now
It s time yet for you to fall in line with the hundreds of satisfied customers that
thronged our store since the opening day of this BIG SALE. 1
If saving a dollar or so means anything to you, you shouldn t delay coming to our store
at once, for there remains a few days before our sale closes.
Sie Wise and TJake Advant While 2/ou Can,
The Hoard of Scho and Trustees
were re-elected Tuesday. .Messrs
J S, (Wallace, Geo. Lanier and
Dr. A. S. Oreigler were re-elects and
and P. L. Hogan and H. L. Camp
are the two new members.
Prof. Morris has been elected
principal of the school for another
term. The faculty will be an
nonuced later, but it is believed
that most of the old teachers will
be re-elected
The question of installing anew
heating plant is being discussed,
nod it is thought that this will be
done before next winter.
Ignite a number from [here went
to Ackerman today to attend the
Educational Hally The following
from our school took part;
Quartette, Spelling Team.
Declamation—Bessie M. M. 1 r
i limitation — A. Puller.
Music, Piano—Arlin Gill,
Tennis—Louie Goodman, Wiley
Paces —Bessie Carpenter.
Vaulting, etc.- Hubert Heeves.
Deputy Grand Nader B. A’,
3semmelmau of West Point, visited
Kidgely Lodge No. 2d, 1,0. (). K.
at Its regular meeting Thursday
. He was accompanied by Messas
Schmidt, Kennedy and Westbrook
members of Star Lodge, West
Point. The initiation was con
ferred on four candidates Messrs
Wm. (.’lardy, L. B. Camp, J. K.
Reed and 0. |W. Parker, Jr. A
Rebecca chapter will be organized
tonight and Mrs. Moore of Meri
dian and Miss Stanley of Jackson,
the state officers are here for that
Prof. R. W. Barnard together
with his assistant, Air. Caswell of
(Julfport, left on Tuesday morning
for Bay St. Louis where they wi 1
commence to battle with the in
sects which are injuring orange
and other fruit trees. They ex
jiect to be away several mouths.
A Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank each and
every one who watched by the bed
side of our loved one, ministering
so tenderly to her every want
through her long hours of suffer
ing, who extended such sweet
sympathy to ns in our bereave
ment, and covered her last resting
place with the flowers she so
loved. May our Heavenly Father
bless you all.
Hcv. J. A. Ellis and Family.
On Friday evening Miss
Mary Barry Rogers was
the charming hostess at a
bridge party given in honor of'
her guests Miss Pallet of Clarks '
Vi 11 e, Tenn , and Miss Mildred
Barr of Columbus. A color scheme!
of green and white was carried out
in the decorations and dainty re-'
freshments. The guests being: j
Miss Ware of Birmingham. Hehorn
of Jackson, Swan of Macon, Sadie;
Holliday, Anne Montgomery, Hose 1
Carrothers Hawkins; Messrs John!
Carpenter, Freeman, Gruy.Maston
Lloyd, Win. Rogers, Harned, Brew
er and Hayes, Mr, and Mrs. Early,
Mr. and Mrs. Beal.
Miss Mary Barry Iloge-s
entertained at bridge on
Wednesday afternoon in
honor of her guests, Miss Catlett!
and .Miss Barr. The guests were]
Mcsdaincs AdeleCrilr., Harry Critz,
Sewell. Lewis. Montague, Ames
Saunders, Alex Ames, Beal and
Early; .Misses Holliday of Ga.,
Sadie Holliday,Anne Montgomery,
Knox Jack sen and Hose Caro*
Misses Catherine Lawless of
Memphis, .Miss Taukee Howell of
Columbus, and Miss Etlle Cough
lon of Laurel, three very attract
ive young ladies who are students
at the I. 1. & C. spent the Easter
tide with Miss M. E. Lumpkin.
These young ladies were the re'
eipients of many social courtesies
during Iheii brief >isit to our city.
Here’s Your Best Chance
The East. Mississippi Times
j gives votes ns follows in the P. I.
1 1. E, Sponsor contest:
New Subscriptions 1000 votes
Renewals 500 votes
•100 word and advertising, 50 votes
on each dollar.
The contestant who gets out
after new subscribers and gets the
old subscribers to renew and pay
up will stand a mighty line chance
to land the prize.
Judged. A. Davis, of Koscius-
I sko, Referee in Bankruptcy for the
E istern Division of the Northern
'District of Mississippi, held a
I second creditors meeting in the
case of S. R. Winn, of Maben,
ibis week. With Judge Davis
■ presiding, and Mr. 11. C. Well
born assisting us court stenog
rapher, a large volume of business
was transacted in the two dt.ys of
the session. The court was ad
journed until next Monday to al
low Trustee A, 11. Thomas time
for securing additional data.
The examination for the white!
school Teachers’ was held here'
last Friday and Saturday and a
largo number of applicants stood
the examinations and nearly all
succeeded in securing first-grade
certilicates. Among tie appli
cants were a number of A. & M.
College students who expect to
adopt teaching as a profession.
.Miss Heniieo Znckery of Corinth,
came over from the 1. 1. & ('. with
Miss Fannie Dell Eckford with
whom she will spend several days,
after which she will visit Miss
Jessie Mae Gill.
Messrs Ike Kulz, Sol W’eun and
O. Cook went to Aberdeen, Tues
day, haying business with the Fed
eral court which is in session in
that oily. v^.
Miss Anne U. Maxwell returned
on Tuesday after a visit of several
weeks in the Dardwell home in
Vuzoo City.
Mr. (J. E. Matthews who lives
near Hickory Grove ttccou p mied
by bis little daughter, visited rela
tives in Meridian, Suudy and Mon
5100 Reward, SIOO
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fialit . : . C'm.'vrh lu-liir a constitutional
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* tlio dl-x-n-p. . iid ulvl'-K ihe patient strength
: I til’dl'ijT up the constlttitlmi ni• -J assisting up
ho *:i <: !• •' H ; W'-rk. The propi-lcMr* have
" much fcMi !i it a curative powers that they
•Tit (>••!* ITnmtiv'l Dollnr-i for nuv case that it
IN lo enre. s, ml f. r 1U of testimonials.
Address F. J. riIENKY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold i nil Druggists, 75c.
Take Hull's Family Pills fop constipation.
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head stuffed from
;; Says Cream Applied in Nostrils f
.. Opens Air Passages Kight Up. %
Instant relief—no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up; the air
passages of your head eh-nr and you can
breathe freely. No m >ro hawking, snuf
fling. blowing, headache, dryness. No
struggling for breath at night; your
cold or catarrh disappears.
Oct a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Apply
a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrils. It pen
etrates through every air passage of the
head, soothes the inflame.! or swollen
mucous membrane and relief comes in
.}£'* jst fine. Don’t stay stuffed-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh,
French Remedy Aids
Stomach Sufferers
France lias been called the nation
without stomach troubles. The French
have for generations used a simple mix
ture of vegetable oils that relieve stom
ach and intestinal ailments and keep the
bowels free from foul, poisonous mat
ter, The stomach is left to perform its
functions normally. Indigestion and
gastritis vanish.
Mr. Geo. H. Mayr, a leading druggist
of Chicago, cured himself with this
remedy in a short time. The demand
is so great that he imports these oils
from France and compounds them under
the name of Mayr's Wonderful Rem
edy. People everywhere write and tes
tify to the marvelous relief they have
received using this remedy—one dose
"ill rid Jhe body of poisonous accretions
that have accumulated for years and
convince the most chronic sufferer from
stomach; liver or intestinal troubles.
Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy is sold by
leading druggists everywhere with the
positive understanding that your money
will bfcs-refunded without question or
quibble (f ONE bottle fails to giv you
plwluta satisfaction,
Effective Nov. 22
trains Will Leave Starkville, Misss
sippi, as Follow-:
No. 41 Daily,...Lv. Fit. Depot o:3o a.m.
No. 4.4 Daily ...Lv. L ’n. Depot 10:34 u.m.
No. 45 Daily....Lv* Ci’n, Depot 4:Uo p.m.
AKKIVKS— (Artcala, Miss.j
No. 41—daily —Ar. 7:05 a. in
No. 43—daily Ar. 1:05 p. m.
No. 4a—daily Ar. 4:30 p. u,
AKUiVks— (Artcsia, Miss.)
No. a—Express, Daily Lv. 3:a7 a. m
No. 4—Express, Daily Lv. 5.35 p. n,
No, o—Express, Daily Ly. Jlijop.n,
No. I—Express, Daily . Ar. 12:50.m
No. 3—F.xpress. Daily Ar. li:J.ia.m
No. 6-Express, Dally \r. 4:50 p.n.
For folders and other information re
gardiag rates, routes, etc., apply to
,1, i . UVVEN, Ticket Agt.,
Mobile A UUio ic. K.
Ur write,
Joist. I’us. Agt ,
Jackson, ieuu '
I Hunurcds cau point to me use
| of calomel as the cause o£ physical
decay. Its strenous effects upou
liver, kidneys aud even the heart
are known to every practicing
1 physician.
Medical science has found a
vegetable compound that elimi-
[ nates the poisons from the liver
and accumulations from the bow- I
els in a safer and saner way than
does calsmel and leaves no ill at
ter-effects. •
This remedy in the form of
Grbby'i Liv-verdax is a proven suc
cess. It is for sale in 50c and
♦ 1.00 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.
College men were well rep
roMnted in the vaii us churches
lust Sunday.
The State of Mississippi,
Oktibbeha County
Starkville, Miss., Mar. 17, 1315
Governor Karl Brewer,
Jackson, Miss.
We, the undersigned citizens of said
ooimiy and state, represent unto your
Kxcelloncy that one Wilson Crawford
was tried and convicted of trespass less
than larcency before 11..F. hummus, a
Justice of the Peace of District No. 2 of
said county, on or about the Ist of No
vember, 1314, and sentenced to pay a
tine of $2.00 and to serve four me n In
on the county roads, or imprisonment.
Vl the same time of tills conviction, an.
other negro boy, was convicted for the
same offense, or rather, plead guilty to
he offense and received the sam is n
icnce. An appeal was taken in the
Crawford case, to the Cic lit Court of
the county, but bis bomb nun, Mr. E.
Askew, one of the heal citizens in the
community, law abiding and upright in
■very particular, overlooked the term
and the Circuit Court to which the ap
ical was taken and did not have the
larkey in court, of course, procedendo
.■as issued to Hie .1. I’, court and the
ppcal dismissed, and the darkey was
in rendered by Mr. Askew for one
The charge against Crawford was that
ic rode one of the plantation ui.les
bout a mile and back, without the
on-ent of the laud hud, and this boy
| aas reared in the community and kas
| never le in in trouble before, and while
i the evidence in the case did not, in our
I opinion, justify a i o vlction, yet, even
jto concede his guilt, we believe that
, the penalty is all out of proportion to
the offense,
I Considering ttie eiicum-tances, we
' Ilr g*' upon your Excellence to extend
j to the said Crawford a pardon, Since he
will have worked more than two months
of his lime before this pardon cun be
gotten I .to your hands, and we think it
1s punishment enough.
Ue.-peclfully submitted,
H. F. Macauumi,
Zuso Ya i ks,
F. E. Hi aiiox. and others*
TeHs How To Open Clogged Nos
trils and End Head-Colds.
Aon feel fine in a few moments. Your
cold in head or catarrh will be gone,
lour clogged nostrils will open. Tim air
passages of your head will clear and
you can breathe freely. No more dull
ness, headache; no hawking, snuffling,
mucous discharges or dryness; no strug
gling for breath at night.
Tell your druggist you want a small
Creum Balm - Apply a
t le of this fragrant, antiseptic cream
in your nostrils, let it penetrate through
P', a ’, r Passage of the head; sootne
u heal the swollen, inflamed mucous
membrane, and relief comes instantly.
s,.LLV U 8 L whßt 001(1 and csdurrh
W iShJSS; a-' 1 “V

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