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STARKVILLE. MISS. Mrs. James Madison, of Brooks ville, is visiting her sister. Mrs. M. A. Saunders on East Main. - Mrs. Nettie Bloch, ot New York is visiting her mother and sister | Mrs. S. Fried and Mrs. B. Blum feld. The Supervisor’s Court which convened Monday attracted a large crowd to town from all parts of the county. Miss Bleynne Powers spent sev eral days recently visiting her aunt, Mrs. T. J. Ferguson, in New Orleans. Miss Louise Saunders was the bright and cuarmiug hostess of the young ladies’ sewing circle yesterday afternoon. Miss Ruth Wariness left Tues day. for Baldwyu, Miss , where she will visit her sister, Mrs. Me* Elroy for several days. The George R'fles gaye a de lightful Box party to their spons or, maids and matrons at the Col lege Chapel last Friday evening. Mrs. Howard Major, who has been here since the death of her mother, Mrs. J. 0. Guun, left for her home at Epley, Miss., Tues day. Mrs. Abe Netter is visiting her sister, Mr. Karl Goodman in Stark ville. Mr. Abe Netter and Mr. Ben Holtz were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Goodman.—Me ridian Dispatch. We have had more different kinds of weather for the past week than this community has ever ex perienced, Sunday afternoon for about one hour there was a reg ular blizzard with snow. The snow full, however, did not last long enough to cover the ground. Miss Louise Saunders will have as her charming guests for the Lee Guard dance next Friday even ing, Misses Anita Bond, of Cleve land, Do lie Kimbrough, of Green wood, Bessie Buder, of Columbus Dorothy Rhodes, of Natchez. Also Mr- Ward Hamerick, of Green wood aud Dr. Kensey Buck of Memphis. The suit of Mrs. Allie Pope of Starkville against The Clay Conn ty Fishing Club tried at the recent term of the Circuit Court of this county, with a verdict resulting in favor of Clay County Fishing Club has btfhn recently determined in favor of The Clay County Fishing Club ou a motion fur anew trial filed by Mrs. Allie Pope which motion was overruled.—VV es t Point Times Herald. Mr. B. T. Johnson and sister, Mrs. Metz, of Louisville, Miss,, passed through Starkville Wed nesday, enroute to Jacksonville, Fla , in response to a telegram an nouncing the serious illness of their mother. Mrs. Johnson, who was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Riggs iu that city Mrs. Johnson sustained a stroke of paralysis which has left her in a serious condition. Mr % Clarence West, whc for the past several years Las been resi* dent manager of the Atlai Oil Cos., at Selma, Ala , was a visitor in Starkville Saturday. Mr. West tells us that his company has trans ferred him to Mississippi and that In a short time he will move his family to Starkyille where he will make his headquarters. He is an old Oktibbeha raised boy, the son of Hon. W. TANARUS, West, of Sturgis. He will be remembered as having made a very creditable race for Sheriff of Oktibbeha several years ago coming into the second prim* ary with ex*Sherifl Nickels and making a close race at the finish. Tae Times welcomes Mr Weet and fcia family upon their retain to f Why lilt. Appreciates Church Notes KUicor Kan Miss Times I notice that you are now giving a church news department in your valuable paper. This is a good thing and I hope you will continue to publish it. Some of ns are deprived of at tending church for various reasons, but we can read in the paper what is going on at the churches; and then the one who goes to the Methodist church can read what it going on at the Baptist, Presby teriau and Episcopal Churches, and vice versa. It is an interesting feature in your paper and I hope you will continue it. As for myself, circumstances prevent me from attending church as often as 1 would like, and it is a great pleasure for me to read what is going on at the various churches. M.'J B Death of Mr. Jai. E. Harri Mr. Jas. E. Harris who resided in the Adaton neighborhood about six miles west of the city, died suddenly last Friday of heart fail ure. He was apparently in good health and had gone over to a ueighbothbor’s house on the after noon of his death. Not returning home before night the family be came alarmed and began to in vestigate the cause of his absence. His body wus found between his home and the house of the neigh bor whom he had gone to visit, Mr. Harris was a good substantial citizen and he will be missed in the community when he resided. He leaves a large family and many relatives and friends to mourn his loss. Counterfeit Nickels Circulating Counterfeit buffalo nickels have made their appearancein several cities of Mississippi so be on the lookout them. Banks in several parts of the State have issued warnings and state that a number of the counterfeit coins have been taken in- So far as is known no counter feit buffalo nickels have shown up here. Federal authorities ore working on the case and hope to apprehend the manufacturers and distributors within a short time. Bryan—Nance A marriage of interest took place at the. home Mr. and Mrs Robinson, at ten o’clock Tuesday morning, when Mrs. R< b mon’s sister, Mrs. Nance and Mr. William A. Bryan, of West Point were quietly married, ttev. F. Z. Browne, pastor of the Pres byterian Church, illlciating. Mr. Bryan who is sheriff of Clay coun ty, has bos's of friends who join the Time? in offering him congrn alations and best wishes in win ning this beautiful and highly es teemed lady. Prof Capps to Teach at Normal. Prof. C. F. Capps, superintend ent of the West Point City Schools, has received notice of his appoint ment as a member of the faculty of the summer normal ut the A. & M. College. No better selection could have been made and the college author* Hies are to be congratulated upon their good fortune in securing so excellent a gentleman and thor ough educator,- WestP oin t Timea-Herald. Beat Five Road Bends Sold. W. L. Clayton & Cos., of Toledo Ohio purchased the Beat 5 S4BOOO Bond issue at a permium of $825 00 A number of representatives of various Banks and Bond Brokers were here Monday for the purpose of bidding on these bonds, among whom where Hon. J. R. McDowell andS. R. Whitten, Jr., of Jackson. Mies., representing Jackson banks. Don't worry over the prospect 0 ( twenty dollar shots. W’ve all gone barefoot before in oar time. Did you hear that Jiggs was killed while traveling in Ken tucky f" "No. How was he killed?” "In a feud.” "And I always told him not to ride in those cheap cars.” —Cleveland Plain Dealer Wiatcr Brine Colds To Cnildren. A child rarely goes through the whole winter without a cold, and every mother should have a reli able remedy handy. Fever, sore throat, tight chest and croupy coughs are sure symptoms. A dose of Dr. bell’s Pine Tar Honey will loosen the phlegm, relieye the congested lungs and stop the cough Its antiseptic pine balsams heal and soothe. For croup, whooping cough and chronic bronchial troubles try Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. At all Druggists. 25c, To undertake to buildup a profit able business without advertising is like throwing a bare hook into the water to catch fish, Copilipatioa Caiscs Bad Skin A dull aud pimply gkiu is due to a sluggish bowel movement, Correct this condition and clear vour complexion with Or. King’s New Lite Pills, This mild laxa live taken at bedtime will assure yon a full, tree, move ment in the morning. Drive out the dull, listless feeling resulting from overloaded intestines and sluggish liver, Get a buttle to* day. All druggists, 23c. The dutn of the Confederate re* union at Washington has been postponed until June 4th. Fur Rent Furnished rooms in my home, modern conveniences, Rooms by the mouth $7 00 per room. One ten room residence arranged for two families, price per month, S2O 00. Possession given Peb Ist. Apply to Airs. L. D. McDowell, Washington, St. A man of an inquiring turn of mind thiUSt bis finger into a horse’s mouth to see how many teeth it had, aud the horse closed its mouth to see how many fingers the man had, The cariosity of each was fully satisfied. How to Check Thai Cold. When it is painful to breathe and fever sends chills up mid down .your back, you are in for a old. A timely dose of Dr. Bell’s I‘iuc Tar Honey will stop ibe sneezes and sniffles. The pine balsam loosens Ibe phlegm and clears the bronchial tubes, the honey soothes and relieves the sore throat. The antiseptic qualities kill the germ and the congested condition is re lieved. Croup, whooping cough mid chronic bronchial attentions quickly relieved. At all Druggists 25c. Madam.” said the tramp, 1 1 was ones a member of the legis lature.” “And are yon sure/’ she said, inclined to believe him, "that your reformation is complete! '* Painful Coughs Relieved Dr. King’s New Discovery is n soothing, healing reiueny for coughs and colds that has stood the lest of nearly fifty years. For that cough that strains the throat and saps the vitality trp Dr. King’s New Discovery. The soothing pine balsams and mild laxative in gradients soon drive the cold from the (System. Have a bottle on bai and for winter colds, croup, grippe and bronchial affections. At your Druggist, 50c. There are lots of opportnnties in Oktibbeha county for every* body, Sloan's Liniment For Stiff Joints Rheumatic pains and aches get luio the joints and muscles, mak ing every movement torture. Re lieve your suffering with Sloan’s Liniment! it quickly penetrates without rubbing, and soothes and warms your sore muscles. The congested blood is stimulated to action! a single application will drive out thd pain Sloan's Lini ment is clean convenient and quickly effective, it does not stain the skin or clog the pores. Get a bottle to day at your Druggist 26c. Oh, yee, money is plentiful— with those who have plenty. VWWVWWVW\< J3TThe Tm*e IF the year * RUB OUT PAIN with good oil liniment. That’s Ute surest way to stop thtm. The best rubbing liniment is MUSTANG LINIMENT Good for the Ailments of Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc. > Q™d for your own Aches, Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains, Cuts, Burns, Etc. 25c. 50c. sl. At all Dealers. Bethlehem’s Bid on Shells for the United States Navy To the American People. The Secretary of ihe Navy bee awarded connects amounting In over $3,000,000 to a British bidder for It and 16-inch projectile* for the Navy liecauee of very ■meh lower pricer offered by the English bidden. We know nothing of the basil upon which the British bide were made, but the pub lic is entitled to know the fact* upon which we ourselves bid for this work. Two years ago we took contracts to make 4,300 14-inrb shells at a price of $t,515,000. Up to now not n single shell lias been ac cepted by the Government, al though we have expended, In wages, materials, etc., on these orders $522,801, and we have not received a SINGLE DOLLAR on throe contracts. la arirfltlnt, a lllMOl InUrtirststieo s I Uw noat/sst at|h ail* i, liable far prnnlllna amoaslinf in 9471.016 fn the light of onr experience, and hav ing no other basU, we bid for 10-Inch shells approximately the same rate per pound as that which the Navy Depart ment actually awarded a 14-inch shall OOBtrect one year ago. Bethlehem Steel Company CHAA. M. SCHWAB, easiness ■Cornkg gbacr,rmidsa' D. E. RAINEY Veteranary Surgeon* •URKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Office at Rainey's Stable, Free Flower Seed Hastings' Catalogue Tells You About It No matter whether you farm on a large scale or only plant vegetables or flowers in a small way, you need Hastings' 1917 Seed Catalog. It s ready now and we have a copy for you absolutely free, it you ask for It. mentioning tho name of this paper. In addition to showing you about all ths varieties of vegetables, farm grass, clover end flower seeds, this catalog tells how you can get free five splendid varieties of easily grown, ye* beautiful flewers, with which to beau tify your home surroundings. Good seeds of almost every kind are scarce this scacon, and you can't afford to taka chances In your seed supply. Hastings' Seeds aro depend able seeds, the kind you can always depend on having "good luck” with. you are going to garden or farm this spring. Why not insure success so far as possible by starting with the right seod? Don’t take chances that you do not have to. Write today for Hastings' 1017 Catalog. It’s free and will both Inter est and help you to succeed in 1017. —H. O. HASTINGS CO., Seedsmen, Atlanta, oa<—Advt. is Sucii u Ad^ntajc” Yes, and It costa very little more than the party line. You can recall the times when you wished to make a pressing call and the line has been in use by another party. The people who call you often must doubtlese wait for the Very earn* reason. Telephone service Is Convenient, but an Indi vidual line Is ultra-con* Venientf it is ready to serve you whenever you want. Its cost is Just a trifle more than you are now paying. Call the Con* tract Office and lean the exact rate. /tv evMStatANO TttePMOttt WW and rancaAPH company Ul— ■ii acsqeaawaaasaas W'.'W. Scales, President. A. H. Ames Ass’t Cashier A. O. Krvin, Cashier. A. P, Kush, Ass’t Cashier PEOPLES SAVINGS BANI STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Does a General banking business. Loans Money on Real and Personal Security. Depositors guaranteed by the Depositors Guaranty fund of the Stale of Mississippi. "'fflkifl omtoalM!© jpaaoi]™ j Close attention to I many Headaches. | AWFUL SUFFERING. 1 ANTI-PAIN PILLS "I HufTored untold agony ”™,,r,r'l'nJlr w uh t K"i,f t A Then tone up the Nervous j friend of mint advlyrd mo q * # to tako pr. Miles’ Antl-Pnln OyStCIH hy USlflg Plllt. J did so and the pain stopped almost nt once. Di\ Miles* Then I commenced using for# wM V o*thnt. d i mu ftestoraiive Nervine not have these pains nny more." E. J. WINTER, if FIRST BOTTLE, OR BOX, FAILS Colorado a ßprln;s*'' Colo. T ° HCLP YoL ’’ YOUR MONEY W,LL I HE REFUNDED. - , S HARD! GRAS CELEBRATION WILL BE HELD AT New Orleans February Ish to 20th J'£ Reduced fares will be in effect from February I2th to 20111 inclusive via ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Return limit of ticket* March 2nd. Upon raiment of SI,OO at New Orleans tickets will be extended milil March tor fares, eehednols, sleeping ear reservations, Jetc. apply to Vor Local 1 icket or address, |j "BOWER General Passenger Agent, Memphis, Touu /O nmrfZ /) SOULE COLLEGE rJ d's vs ‘ v OWjM *• J§( Jsffjj f M / C)ds arm Most rm-'itel P\ Xs in KiuanC,*, m Sborlhf.l -i tail , SHOULD BE EDUCATED Onfc St'J&JuSSfT to supportr xuet.mi.v2u 1 Ma.' UV u . i . the i.ll-J U-v 'C-;,. r.^jk Special accommodations lor Udic. P.twial lr.*wutpoa ? m'Vepresontation to i.ecuco ,. „ e(V ■ ffirouah Ihcir supeOct tra.nUi, p,, , ; J" W.W, MAGRUDEP Attorney at Law mr.KVUXE. MISSISSIPPI M. A. SAUNDf-KS AT f O R NjE Y bUikv.tlc, /Vtl#. JOSEPH S. RIU: Attorney at Law ITAftXVIILE. MISSISSIPPI Karin Loans Lcgoliuted on oa 11m., Patent- | roomed H. P. HELL WIi.LK.WAKI BELL & WARD Attorney at Law- Ottk’v lip-etalrn in JUitwnli; liuiitlli^ STAKKVILLL. MISSISSIPPI G. ODIE DANIEL Attorney and Counsellor at Law ame old Hand. ITARKVIUE, MISSISSIPPI LOANS. Five and Ten Year Loans Negotiated), M. A. SAUNDERS Nai'h Building STAUKVILLE. HIM. urs. Gckford & Dodds Office In Megriitier Building STARKVIUS, V;IS.S|R*)PPI u. m. walker, jr. Attorney at Law STADKVIUE, MISSISSIPPI J. B. PERKINS, JR LAWYER Money to oan UHlte, Stales Umldlug, Lafayette 8t •TABKVILU. IOBS.