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STARKVILLE. MISS. Entered h .Second i'.lmh Mallet in Pant Ollice, Starkvlllc, MIM. One Year —It advance. $ I.ISO Hlx Months—la advance SO Thru# Month* In advance 40 Services at the Episcopal Church Sui- November 6. 9:45 a. m. Church School. (i: 15 p, m. Service in Comments oration of the 100th Anniversary of the Domestic and Poriegn Mis sionary Society, FRIDAY. MOV. 11. 12:00 Noon Service of Inter cession for the Peace of the World. All peraonsare cordially invited to attend and take part in these services Rev. Dpßose Mi kphy, Minister Kilitor ol tlie Kant Mis*. Times; Mbv i ask the courtesy of your columns to explain to your readers the nature of the Service announced for Friday, November 11. The Presiding Bishop and Coun cil of the Episcopal Church has asked the Clergy and Liatv of the Church "toobserve Armistice Daw, ae a day of special intercession to Almighty God, that lie will so direct and guide the minds and beauts of the representatives of the Nations assembled in this Confer ence” (cu the limitation of anna' merits), "that peace and good will may ho permanently established among all people ol the world, to the glorv of God ami the extens'ou of the Kingdom of Our Lord Jesus l hrkt.” Furthermore, Oktibbeha Post of the American Legion ha-, in resolutions already published m these columns, requested all the Ministers in Startville to arrange, if possible, for seivicoe in their respective Cbm die at noon on November 11. The Episcopal Church in Stark ville is glad to comply with both these requests, A short service of prayer will he held in the Church at 12 o’clock, Noon, on Friday, November 11. There will be no sermon and no hymns; it will be a very simple service lor united prayer. W hope the other Charlies in Starkville are to bold similiar meetings. .Whether they do or not, some of their members may wish to attend our service, because our Church is more coiivmuitly located and they may Le able to spare only a few minutes at that lime of day. We shall be more than glad to have them join with us in this yvav. And we hope that those who cannot leave their work, will at least observe the two minutes of silence, requested in President Harding's Proclamation, in thankful recollec.ion of (lie heroic dead aud m prayer for the peace of the world. Our service will begin promptly at 12 o’clock, uml will be concluded tit 12:10 Uespoctfuliv Your:, iM'iIOSK Ml’Kl'liy Nov. 1. I'J'Jl. A i’lireut-Teuchdrs Association was li u ld iu Ajuorv this wool; amt Mrs, K, M. Williams went as roprosoututive of Hie organisation bore. We feel sure that Mrs Williams carried a good report from this school - organization as the members have done]some spleu did work in Stnrkville lion. John E. liana in, Congress man from this district, was select" to lead the opposition to the rink* ham reaimortimimont lull which rekr to reduce the membership yf thr ooulu in lower House, 4 The bill came nr ou the lUh. inst and WBi detested We muet give John one score for this. chancellor Guyton, of Koemusjj ko, was in btarkvillo a short while Saturday enroute homo from Ma con whore he had been holding a term of Chancery Court Miss Molfie Wo iwa-' has m"- cepted a position as s esladi a the Variety Store and will be gtnd to have her friends call. HON. G. ONE DANIEL FDR STATE SENATOR At Present ia the Only Uudlda': in the Race. In another column will tie found a card from Jlon. (. Odie Daniel in which he announces his candi daev for the State Senate. Mr, Dan'i-l is adiijiralilv fitted r this important position. Progras sive and euterpri ing he has been a leader in every movement that has tended to improve Ok* Übbeha county, aud has freely given his time and money whenov-r the pablic weal required it. It was largely due to hie untiring zeal that Starkvilte secured the beautiful new union station, that will always remain the pride of our citv. Ue bas worked un unceasingly for a better fanning system in this county aod bas en couraged and fostered the organi- hoys’ and ‘girls’ agricul tural clubs. In fact, every acheive ment that we have made in town and county progress is to some ex tent. due to bis energy and efforts. In Juno 1900 Mr Daniel grad uated from the law department of the Stale University, and en tered the practice of bis profession first with Jae. W. Moment for a short time, then with B. P, bell tor about nine years, and later alone until John D. Greene became a member of hie firm some three years ago; and during all these years his firm has been on one side or the other of every im portant case in Oktibbeha county. Using his own language, he ‘ ar rived in Slarkville, Sept. 10th, 1900, with his law library of seven small volumes in one hand and his wardrobe in the other with on ly #1 l." in his pocket ” In this shun spare of time he has become one ot the lurg*'>i land owners ot the eountv and is a de voted (lain man and col ton planter. For the past three year ; Mr, Dan iels has been oiesidcnt of ibe M rchams and Farmers Dank, and while l.e is still active!\ n ibe practice of the law lie g’ves bis farming interests a just portion of his energy and lime, When in the praetic • of law tor three years he entered tin t tn-. - - cornered race for the State Sm.ire with lions. W W. Macro ier and John L. Smiah a- opponent. In the first primary he lead u • r ice by only eight votes with Smith about a many votes behind Mi cruder l.i the second pi unary Magruder lead Daniel eight volts It win; one of the most notable political campaigns ever waged in this district. la speaking of this memorable conte t Mr. Dan iel said: “Whan 1 entered this race, inv opponents and I -careeli knew each other, Inn we cinne out of il fast friends with mini pleas ant memories ol the campaign l: Cilice that lime.Mr Dari I ms never asked for offlee un'ii this announcement; but when il.eci-nt war came on lie oliyi ed his sei wees to his country and was made Ap peal Agent for, the cpven nn-ut and attorney' for the Lccnl Board and Ked Cross, .to all of wnich he gave Ills time and cm rgies without pay until the war was oyer. While Me. Daniels is conserva tive he is at the same time aggress sive and generally gets what he Cot> after. Lie will give the same liim , energy and talent to the duties of Stale Senator as he gives .to oilmr dutibe he undertakes and the District will have no cause to regiel his election, for in him we will have a faithful sentinel on the walchtower ,to guard our in terests. > ' The members of Ridgely Lodge, No. 23 I. O. 0, P. !enjoyed an oyster supper at the Liberty Lunch Hoorn given them coiuplimentaay by Mi* tlobu Harrison,. the propri etor, Who is an ardent - member of •fh jt (J.e.W hoMihghis (Membership in s ■ _ Lodge at West Poirt. \ ‘ short speeches were made. No <>r id White acting as rtdt.bc .iitviiot^, mt\ sir i m i ' | |fc|, i ' ‘ Columbia Dry Battcrie* \\7V\pr% work better and last VV UCU " —for bell* and buzicr* Company Comes ZZZZZ: —what new airs of busy impor —for dry h.llrry lighting tallCC the old doorbell pUtS OH. In clcet. cellar, garret. 1 U- “P 11 bam. etc. Take home a Columbia Dell —for ignition n the Ford Ringer” Dry Battery and (jive your ! -doorbell a chance. A single package of double power —solid as a brick n,wo,Uimoufymou,d,y connectors to fuss with, Bor all battery, uted n here group of , . 1 li imdntdual cell* is needed. bells, huZZCTS, ! 1 rmS, htalT TCgUlntOrS, ftW./t-c* sprint cup n.w- Q nu Qji ur nßi a ‘‘Bell Ringer” mg Potts at no extra charge . . ii . i works better and lasts longer t.ian S&SS&b the w * rcc^'u P R rou P °f ordinary cells. PmT|| Sold by electricians, auto accessory shops and garages, hardware and gcneial stores. You cannot misioko the package. Dry Ba V they is st longer •■■■HBBBnMMDMHni liWWli I For Cleaning Tile, 1 1 Bathtubs, Kitchen Sinks, Use SAPOLIO. Quickly removes f N. the stains and makes everything look v_A like new’. See that the name tpiii ** ** F|| SAPOLIO is on every package. li|K/ ENOCH MORGAN’S SONS CO. V 1 ■ Srn ■;" r Sole Manufacturer* nnfl A New York u. S. A. u “ S APOLIOj ■- ~ I ■HI I——————— Ipm 'VTOU can now buy a fT* JL very good suit or overcoat for $35 all wool; “tailored to your / i iK measure by Born.” • And we offer a pleas mg selection of fabrics at other prices, too; f some higher and some |l |p|| lower; you are sure to Tr~fyma find one that will strike I Iff 9 you as just right. *' / // v At any price you do I ■ (11 1 cide to pay, Born Tail | j oring offers the most generous value to be found inclothesfor men [I —value made possible | r A only through the econo — my of nation wide sales. Philip Goodman Halloween Party The Methodist parsonage was brilliantly lighted and beautifully decorated with ferns, autumn dowers, witches, black'cats, yellow pnnkius, and other Halloween eon* ceite, on last Saturday evening when Rev. and Mrs. T. W, Brown lee so graciously entertained Mrs. Brownlte’s Sunday school class, “The Character Bu ilders", a large and interesting class of A. & M. students and a corresponding num ber of the young ladies of the city, The hohored guests arrived in cos tume at the appointed hour and a happier jollier crowd can only as semble on this one '‘spooky” oc casion which comes but once a vsar, An interesting feature of the evenings entertainment Was a contest in which a prize awarded to the couple who made the great est number of words from. "Hal-- loweeu this, with other games. - ghost stories and fortune telling made the time pass onlv to quick ly. The hostes served a delicious ice course before bidding her appreci ative voting guests adieu. Residence Lots for Sale. 5 dots 75 x 267 feet on North Montgomery Street 1 lot, 75 bv 300 feet on Lee St. 80 acre Farm, 25 acres in culti vation, 3 Room House on same. 5}4 miles torn city; on Rock road, For bale or Rent. See J. U. STILLMAN,; Mr. Miller and familr, of Siloam visited Mrs Miller's sister, Mrs, A. B. Uanington, Sunday, > t : Beautiful But Unusual Word*. Among the other most beautlM words In the langungs are these; If* appro l for funds will be made In con nection with the lectans—Ohio State fcurnal, _ _ . > _. | A BOONE | KITCHEN CABINET Absolutely Free < lhe Successful Key | Will Make You the jjProud Possessor of this Beautiful Boone Cabinet, We want to increase our business, hence this remark able offer—-no increase in prices on account of this offer. § ■ —■ ■ ■ ~ i Discription of Cabinet • Ail Oak; fiiuJsh, Golden, Height 5 feet S inches: width, 3 feet 6 inches, tdepth top, 12 inches; base, 2 feet 2 inches. Metal extension table top, roler beating curtain front, white en amel in upper section: metal bread gbox, glass caisters. sanitary base, How you can secure this Cabinet absolutely free, With each and every cash purchase of $3.00 at this stoie, we will give the customer a kev. One of these keys once given away will betbe key that will uulock the lock, and the possessor of this key will become the owner of this beautiful Kitchen Cabinet. Come and see the Cabinet, also the locks on ex' hibition at our store, Bring in your keys on the da\ and date set—watch for the an nouncement —and see if you hold the successful key that unlocks the lock that makes you the hanpy possessor of this beautiful Boone cabinet. Keys Also Given With Each $5.00 Paid on Accounts C. H STILLMAN FURNITURE 5,10, & 25 Cent Store HtH:Honnim:mtnmmtnnmimmmHHimiHnniniiiiun Tractor Demonstration At A. & M. College * We will demonstrate the many differ ent workings of a tractor at the College on the above date, suck as plowing, tar* rowing; ditching, belt work and many other different kinds, and will be glad to, have you come whether;: to buy a tractor nfcyy or iiot, be instructive, anj||£otii will be^satisfied _ u'-; j,, ’ ’ ; V • with the time speiit, ; - 1 We have a gijeaft many iralfeib now in operation ove|; the cOufefy, who own them o.re wjrtl pleased. will he < 1 : v *£■;.. .'i ; x uV| glad to have yotf out. 4 STARKVILLE AUTO CO.