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YOU ARE ENTITLED TO VOTES IN THE COUNTY SPONSOR CONTEST FOR ALL MONEY SPENT WITH THE TIMES. ASK FOR THEM, THEY’RE YOURS
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VOL. XLVIII
Mrs. Cooper is visiting her
er, Mrs. Scott, at the Methodist
parsonage this week.
Mrs. S. H. Harrington and
little daughter, Isabel, of Acker
man, visited Mrs. A. B. Harring
ton this week.
Mrs. Joseph Archer, who Las
been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Harry Alston, returned to her
home at Pheba, Saturday.
The sacred concert by the Col
lege band, given Sunday afternoon
on the College Campus, is greatly j
enjoyed and appreciated by all
who attend.
Mrs. Marshal Chilton left this
week for her home in Dennison,
Miss., after a pleasant visit to her
sister, Mrs. Howard Chilton.
Mr. Evans Lampkius and sou
Robert, spent last Sunday in Cob
uinbus. where they visited Miss
[Mary Evans Lampkiu at the I. I.
U c.
Captain Isaac Winston’s many
|frieuUs regret to know that lie
Icouimues ill at his home in North
|Coiumbus. Columbus Comtuer-
Icial.
I Misses Marian Henry and Mary
■Rose Rainey two popular and elli-
Icieut teachers from Longview spent
■Friday night with friends in Stark-
Iville.
H Mrs. Hunter Scales entertained
■he Neo Cycle Club Tuesday,
pearly all the club members were
fcreseut besides several invited
Kuests who enjoyed. Mr- Scales’
Hospitality.
I Mrs. D. A. Saunders left this
Hvtek for an extended visit to New
■Jrleaus where she will visit rela-
Kives and on her return trip will
■pend some time at Crystal Springs
Imd Winona.
■ Paul Robelot, ot Starkville, was
■moug yesterday’s visitors to the
Ihe Capital City.
I H. Solomon of Starkville, was
Bmoug the business visitors in
Backsou, Tuesday.—Clarion-Led-
Btr.
I Mrs. J. T. Owen entertained
Bhe Woman’s Book Club last
Bliursday afternoon, she was as
Hisled by her attractive daughter,
Bliss Julia Leon. An interesting
Brogram was rendered by the club,
Bie subject being Music Ade-
Bciuus refreshment course was
Berved by the hostess.
Residence Burned
Tuesday night shortly after 10
’clock the home of Mrs. Richey
as discovered to be on fire, The
re originated iu the smoke house
'high joined the kitchen and he
)l'e assistance could arrive the
re had gamed such headway
ml the eutire building was soon
i Dames. Those who reached the
ler.e first worked hard iu saving
ousehuld effects and succeeded in
tiling out part of the furniture
ut a great deal of the contents of
ie home was lost. The tire com
auy arrived and got a stream & ou
te fire but it wax to late to be of
irvice. The building and con
suls was partially insured. The
ouse was alarge, two story.build
ig and was one of the old laud
mrks of Starkville located in the
outheru part of the city.
To Automobile Owners
I have on hand anew supply of
mtomobile Tags. All not having
ags will please come iu and get
ame.
L U Nickbub, Sn. nil.
ipi. 12, mu.
Will Launch Revival
Dr. E. M. Potent, one of the
greatest Christian divines in the
south, will commence a series ot
meetings at the A. & XI. College
beginning uu tue 10th and con
tinuing until the 18th. lie will
couduet u religions campaign for
higher Christian living among the
students in college, and ids ser
mons will lie appreciated. The
doctor is president of Furman uni
versity of Greenville, 8. C., (lie
Y. Al C. A. under the direction
of Prof. 11. Will Nelson is doing
everything in its power to have
good men in addition to Dr. Po
tent to aid in the campaign. Such
Christian leaders as Dr. Hull of
Meridian and H. W. Godfrey,
state secretary of the V. M. C. A.,
and others of prominence will be
here to assist.
The Woman’s Missionary So
ciety gave a “Parcel Post” party
at Mrs. W. 11. Gunn’s, Monday
afternoon. This unique entertain
ment was greatly enjoyed by all
who participated and it proved
quite a success in the way of mis- |
ing funds tor tiie cause represent- <
ed by the Society.
Bank Quits Business
Louisville, Mass., April 11. —
The people of this city were con
siderably surprised Thursday when
it was learned that the Merchants
& Farmers Bank had suspended
business. By previous appoint- i
meut. a majority of the stock- j
holders met at the institution the
night before, and after discussing!
tiie matter, came to the conclusion I
and by unanimous agreement that
it was the best plan to liquidate
the business. J. W. Cooke, pres
ident, and Mr. Boyles, a director,
both of Maben, Oktibbeha Conn
ty, were present. Mr. Harris, the'
cashier, staled that the reason for
the suspension was that the bank
was not making any money, and
us a business proposition they hud
concluded to liquidate while the
bank was in good and solvent con
dition. The depositors as well as
the stockholders will receive their
money.
; REBECCAS ORGANIZE
At Odd Fellows Hail Friday Night
With Twenty-one Charter
Members.
Mrs. Nannie Stanley State Presi
dent of the Daughter of Bcbecca
and,Mrs. Daisy Moore, ot Jackson,
the Grand Secretary, nniyed n
Starkville, Friday, and organized
a Lodge of Rebeccas, which is the
woman’s auxiliary to the Odd
Fellows. Twenty-one charter
members were initiated. The fol
lowing officers were elected and
will serve for the ensuing six
months;
Mrs. Wm, Ward, Noble Grand.
Mrs. Ola Cook, Vice Grand.
Mrs. I. Kalis, Secretary.
Mrs. J. D. Nance, Treasurer.
L, M, Pritchard, Or., son of Mr.
L. M. Piilchard who lives in the
Smyrna neighborhood, is quite
sick with pneumonia. The young
man is one of the brightest stu
dents iu the freshmen department
of the A &M. College and his
many classmates and the host of
friends he has in Starkyille earn
estly hope to hear of his speedy
recovery.
Miss Knosie Jackson, of Stark
ville, was a shopper iu West Point
yesterday.
Mrs. A. W. Halbert, after a
pleasant visit with relatives iu'Thc
j oity returned' to her home in
I .ikwlle, ioJ ip. West Point
; Times-UeralU.,
STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. APRIL ib, 1915
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I NOW IS THE TIME FOR EVERY CANDIDATE |
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|T IN the i|
County Sponsor ooncost
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\fc 10 call on or phone all (heir Irieiuls and encourage them to, patronize the merehanis and news
paper issuing 1 C O ININ SI’UNSOS VOIES. no contestant should lose anytime in (jetliiur rbj
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their friends to demand vote.', on every purchase by which the contestant should benefit. jrj|
6nST BUSY TODAY AND AND SEE THAI > OUR FRIENDS AHE
HELPING YOU BY PATRONIZING THE MERCHANTS
•" 1 1 1 -f- "-—•— —* r~T T-- 1 m imhi mimn ■ ,
•i|f REPRESENTED IN THIS ADVERTISEMEN /. j|
| Contest Closes August Ist. |
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RF HFR TKlStriP inC W es tr ip rail road and Pullman ticket, J|
II LIVILSf iULII dining car service on tiie going trip, ten ticket to the Ex- $
,1 position Grounds and ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS CASH v;
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AM Sponsors will go‘to San Francisco on the “GROWN IN
| niSSISSIPPi” Special for County Sponsors, and no person elect- I
I ed in any other contest other than the one conducted by the
I Mississippi Exposition Commission will he permitted to go on
4 this Special Train, or will be entitled to official recognition at %
H San Francisco. a H
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I PiIILLiP GOODMAN TURNER PIERCE R. G. DAVIS **sw |
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General Merchandise Ilardwarde Cos. Groceries Coffees & Teas Au
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| J-B. HOGAN JACKSON & SON NEW REX THEATRE "f I
Insurance Drills The Show Place ol Starkville " ork Quickly and Neatly
Executed.
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MISSISSIPPI EXPOSITION COMMISSION |
State Capitol JOHN L. SMITH, Manager Jackson, Miss!
CITATION NOTICE
of Mississippi.
T i Albert C. Hubert-on, M’>. Su-ic l.ee
Clark. Samuel Wnyner, Defendants. j
You are emninanded to appear before ,
tbe Übancerv Clerk of Oktibbeha Cosu r -
tv. Mississippi, at Holes. . n the second
.Monday In May, being tbe tenth of i
tbe month. 1015, to defend the suit In ,
the Chancery Court of said County 1
wh-reln Harry Hobertaon. and others,
are complain n.ts. and wherein yon and
otters arc defendants, and t" •■m
cause. If an,\ yon h
tract of land -Hnale in Dkllhbelia Couo-
U. Mississippi, described a-: Ihe West
Half tW l-2t of Section (I, Township 10,
Hange 11. Hast. In which you arc in
terested should not be sold for division
nf proceeds among tbe parties in in
terest.
() . Mell.WA IN.
Chancery t’derk of Oktiiiheiia Cos. AJ i
TIPs 12 b 1 1 a v of April. 1015.
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP CATARRH
Tells How To Open Clogged Nos
trils and End Head-Colds.
n
You feel’fine in a few moments. A’our
cold in head or catarrh will be gone.
Your clogged nostrils w ill open. The air
passages of your head will clear and
you eon 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
bottle of Ely’s Cream Balm. Apply a
little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream
in your nostrils, let it penetrate through
every air passage of tie- head; soothe
j and heal the swollen, inflamed mucous
1 membrane, and relief comes instantly.
It is just what every cold and catarrh
j sufferer needs. Don't stay stutfed-up
j and miserable,
CHANGc of SCHBUULBS
MOBILE & OHIO R R
Li fee live Nov. 22
■ rains Will l.cave btarkviilc, Misss
x.ppi, us I oliOW.::
No. 41 Dully....Lv. Fit. Depot )l:30 a.in.
No. 43 Dully....Dv. U’n. Depot 10:35 u.m.
No. 4o Daily. ...Lv, U’u. Depot 4;0o p.tu.
Aniiivßs—tAilu.-ia, -Miss.;
No, 41—liuiiy —Ar. 7;U5 a. in.
No. 43—uany Ar. 1 ;U.< p. ui.
No. 46—Uuliy Ar. 4:30 p. In.
AKitiVKS—(ArUisia, Miss.;
NOKTIIIiOL'NL)
No. k—Express, Daily I.v. 3:k7 a. in.
| .No. 4 —Express, Daliy Dv. 5:36 p. in.
[No, o—Express, Dany Ly. ll:3up.ui
SOL'TIIbOLNII
! No. I—Express, Daily Ar. -3;sua.in
No. 3 —Express. Daily tf, Il:2.ia.ni.
No. s—Express, Dany Ar. 4;50 p.m.
For foltiers anti oilier iiilonnation re
garUlaK rates, routes, ete.. apply to
.). T. OWEN, Ticket A#t.,
ilolnle A Ollio H. K.
Or write,
O. E. AI.I.EN,
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SULPHUR DRIES
OP ECZEMA AND
STOPS ITCHING
This old time skin healer is
used just like any
cold cream.
Sulphur, finyft a renowns! dermatol
ogist, .in'*!, common bold-nulphiir mode
into a thick cream will hooUic and heal
tlm skin when irritated and broken out
with Eczema or any form of eruption.
'Jin* moment it i- applied all itching
(i ■'-■•m and after two or three appHca**
tions lho Ec/. ma disappear!*, leaving the
wkin clear and smooth.
110 I**ll h Eczema fluffererg to get from
nil y good pharmacy an ounce of bold*
wulphur and apply it to the irritated
pyrtH the tamo an you would any cold
cream.
For many year ft common hold-sulphur
hurt occupied a mViip* position in the
practice of dermatology and cutanooua
affection* hy reason of ii* parasltc-dc*
Proving property. It is not only para*
*iticidnl, hut also antipruritic, anti
septic and reiimrkahly healing in oil
, irritable and inliarniuatory condition* of
iln kin. VVJiiie not always effecting a
pcmi.'Uicnt cure it nfcVer fails to in
stantly hiibdnc the angry itching and
irritation and leal the Eczema right
up and it in often yearn later before
any erwftwu
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MANY RUINED LIV, S
Hundreds cum point to the uJZI
, calomel as the of physical,
uei’ay Us strenous effects upon
liver, kidneys and even the heart
are known to every practicing
physician.
Medical science has found u
vegetable compound that elimi
nates the poisons from the liver
and accumulations from the bow
els in a safer and saner way than
does calsmel and leaves no ill af
ter-effects.
This remedy in the form of
Uruby s Liv ver-lax is a proven suc
cess. It is for sale in 50c and
*I.OO bottles by J. 'f. Kirk who
guarantees to refund purchase
price if you waul it. It is always
protected by the likeness of L K.
Grigsby.
iICO Reward, SIOO
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•' * * 1 ' • ' 'ir |m Ink'll Inl'-rnnlly, u'liuff
’ and ami mucous nurfnri-* ~t
* ’ fI < J f-by ij.-afroyliijf tin* foumJnllon
/ -Hid plvh.R ihr patient nfrriiffth
li(Jll*Jlfisr up the constitution am] nHlntlnp nn
nif hi its work. 'Mir proprietors Imve
'• rnu<ls flh in Its rtiraflvH powers that they
• O . nnm’rni Dollar ; for -m.v ram- that It
| ■ Is lo fin . ml for list of tfhtlmonlnl.
•'■kirm k, j. Cheney & co., Toledo, o.
I Shill tv nil Imißslst,, 70c.
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