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LODGES. # Ai.nr.RT Lodge No. so. F. & A. Masons. — J. D. Deans: W. M.; J. W. Norment. Sec. Meets 3rd Friday night i .arn moot h. Lodge No. 38. Knights cm a s. — 0. €.. F. A. Mitchell; V. f* I. L. Stinson; Prelate, 1. I). Sessions; • ‘of R. &S„ W. 11. Miller: M. of F.. W. H. Miller; M. of K.. Max Sicrn: M. •f W.. ,1. U. Woodard; M. at A., J. W. Carpenter: I. (~ T. F. Hnntin: O. G.. -I. L,. Luca's. Meets ‘.Mid and 4th Tuesday Bights; Ridmelet Lodwf, No. ‘23 i.. o. f.— N. G., A. 11. Harrington: V. (. Gunn: Treas.. W. H. Miller; Sec'ty. S. J. Wallace. Meets every Thursday night. Cotton Crop About Gathered The Bureau at Washington Shows that Sixty Per Cent of it was Picked and Ginned up to Oct. 18th. Washington, Nov. 5. —A report issued by the census bureau to day places the quantity of the present crop of cotton which had been ginned up to the 18th of October at 5,9-5,872 commercial balevS, which is estimated to be a little more than Of* per cent, ol the entire crop. These figures were collected by the agents of the bureau, and 29,314 ginners are represented by the returns. The following fcg'ures represent the amount ginned in eacli state by bales : Alabama. 585,773: Arkansas, 360,800; Florida, 29.779; Geor gia, 906,949; Indian Territory, 210.019; Kentucky, 2*4; Louis iana, 3(69,408; Mississippi, 559.- 126; Missouri, 14,963; North Car oliua, 303,029; Oklahoma, 84,099; South Carolina, 001,431; Tennes see, 121,180; Texas, 1,781,797; Virginia, 5,625. Farmer!* Will Do Away With La hoi Agents. Macon, Miss., Nov. 5. —To day a large, enthusiastic meeting of the best citizens of this county, including all classes of trade, met at the Courthop.ssf'aiid pass ed resolutions which will rid this county so-called “labor agents,” who, for the last few months, have been doing farmers great harm by enticing hands to leave them. At a meeting before only a small number of farmers were interested, but in the last few weeks more have had hands taken away, and the matter has become serious. In the resolu tion adopted the labor agents will be notified to leave peace ably, but, if they do not do that, they will have to stand the con sequences, whatever they may be. The farmers are determined that their laborers must not be interfered with. CREAM OF WHEAT. A most refreshing Breakfast Food just received at Perkins* Grocery. New Corporations. During October the total new capitalization of incorpora tions in Eastern States was $244,- 550,000. compared with $195,- 194,900 in September, $241,879,- 550 in August, and $68,850,400 in July. Deducting the capitalization of the shipping combination. $120,- 000,000. there would be left the smallest amount for any one month this year. FRESH BUCKWHEAT FLOUR The nicest and best to be had at Perkins’ Grocery. I Ib T^' , rii?rnffrp lll 'i II fcli \ ' J li; w IB SfiSPiSI ell SLTm m i l r* 1 IM I pH via the Cotton Belt, from St. Louis, Thebes, Cairo and Memphis, ' first and third Tuesdays of each month, beginning October 21st. For one-way tickets, Half the One-Way Rate, plus $2.00; round-trip tickets, one fare plus $2.00, to points in Missouri, Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territories. Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town. The Cotton Belt runs solid through trains to Texas, equipped with the most modern and comfortable cars. These trains make quick time and direct connections for all parts of the Great Southwest. If you are seeking a better place to locate, write fora free copy of B our handsome illustrated booklets, Homes in the Southwest and S Through Texas With a Camera. II w. C. PEELER, District Passenger Agent, Memphis, Tenn. D HL e. W. La BEAUNE, General Pass, and Ticket Agt., St. Louis, Mo. fl i “Tlic HALF FARE, PLUSS2 -°° |[ EITHER ONE WAY OR ROUND TRIP $ TO Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territory i Ox's October 21st, November 4th and 18th, U ( )\ r Is! The Choctaw, Oklahoma & Gulf R. R. § Round Trip Rates Daily to ARIZONA, NEW and | iPCryjlOW OLD MEXICO. I DURING CAIFORNIA. I THE SHORTEST LINE to Hot, Springs, Little Rock, 3! Oklahoma, El Paso and the West. Through Chair Cars to San Antonio and Loading Texas Cities. ‘ Through or Cars. I Throe Trains Dai hr Leave Memphis UNION DEPOT Write or Call on JOHN J. GOODRICH. Dist. Pass. Agent, 347 Main St,, Memphis. American Bankers Associa tion Annual Meeting. New Orleans, Nov. 11-13. Annual Meeting of Daughters of the Confederacy. New Orleans, Nov*. 11-15. For these occasions the Mobile & Ohio K. R, will make rate of one fare for the round trip from ail points, selling tickets Nov. Bth, 9th and 10th, limited for re turn ten days. Apply to your home agent for particulars or write Jno. M. Beall, A. G. P. A., St. Louis. Mo. .. ..Take The.. .. GLLF k SHIP ISLAND RAILROAD, Quickest and Best Connects with trains in all di rections at (lILF PORT HATTIESBURG AND JACKSON Through line to Gulf Port, Miss. The New Port of the South. DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE. Short line between Jackson and the Gulf, making close connection with trains for all points from Gulf Port, Hattiesburg and Jackson. TWO THROUGH TRAINS DAILY. No. 2 leaves Gulf Port at 6:45 am, leaves Hattiesburg at 10:10 a in, arrives at Jackson at 2:09 p m. No. 4. leaves Gulf Port at 3:55 p. in., leaves Hattiesburg at 7:15 p m and ar rives at Jackson at 11:05. No. 1. leaves Jackson at 4:35 a. in." leaves Hattiesburg 8:15 a in and arrives at Gulf Port at 11*:15 a. in. No. 3. leaves Jackson at 2:40 p.m., leaves Hattiesburg at 6.35 p m and ar rives at Gulf Port at 10:00. These trains arranged with a view of making desirable con nections at Gulf Port, Hatties burg and Jackson. Parties can leave Jackson in the af ternoon and reach Mobile or points of the Gulf coast the same night, or take the L. & N. coast train in the morning and go to interior'towns without lying over in Gulf Port. „ 1000 mile tickets, good for I \ear $25. For further particulars call on or address. - THOS. P. HALE.g. p. a. Gulf Port, Miss. Don't forget the News office when you have Job Work to do. PROFESIONAL. JAS. T. CHILES, ATTORNEY AT-LAW STARKVILLE MISS. THOS. J. WOOD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW STARKVILLE MISS. JOHN J. DENNIS, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW STARKVILLE, MISS. B. FRANK HUM. .IK. G. ODIE DANIEL BELL & DANIEL LAW 2 JELLS. Will practice in all the courts. Col lection a specialty. Money to loan on real estate, terms easy. Starkville, Miss. JAS, W. NORMENT, LAWYER, STARKVILLE. -MISS. (Office Next to the Halbert Hotel.) Will practice in all the courts. Money loaned for private parties with ovt charge. WILEY N-NASH, ATTORNEY AM) COUNSELOR AT LAW, AND SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY, STARKVILLE, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi. Office east side Courthouse Square. S. H. HARRINGTON. Attorney and Counselor at Law. MABEN, - - - MISS. Will practice in all the Courts of Ok tibbeha and surrounding counties. Money to Loan on Improved Farms at 8 percent interest,. * J. W. ECKFORD, Pliysiciaii and Surgcoq, STARKVILLE. MISS. • a.bThudgins, JEWELER. Special attention to Repairing WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, Etc Local Time Inspector for M. fe O. R. R FOR SALE—A ~Chickering Piano in good condition and tune for sale cheap if taken at once. Mrs. H. H. Bonney. Lauderdale Springs, THE IDEAL HEATLH RESORT F..t Am, Who Pi.snn-; MfiCO ORATION, REST AND PLEASURE. Effects remarkable cures in all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Bovols. Is especially beneficial in summer com plaints of children. Cures all cutaneous or skin disease?. Beautiful grounds,dine drives, no dust or mud. Xo mosquitoes or insect pests Excelent fare and accommodations. Music and dancing Thos. B. Kvder, M. D., 1). 0., resident physician. G. -A. CROCKER, Prop, Lauderdale, Miss. #*' declining Chair Cars I All HMRIANI HXAS POIWTS fe= BWiaDa% Service T fRT j=jip L= AKUKSAs/kLAHOMA, 1 ntflIAH TERRUMY & TEXAS |h LWL choctaw flyer ;Romljn 4 MOVRS Memphis * Lfttle Rock 4 * V. -\<a*Vv’ I ll C> MOyR.Ti Memphis trt Hot Spring t> **' ' / \ \ ! i§ mHSfta m Memphis * • wi \ M I Ntlwpn Buffet SJteyiPf Cars nd Free -In v I’//• 1' A. It[\\i 1 L /V/ < iMlining Chau Car* on all Trains. •* * y J / i Mui iricnt Unsurpassed. I•. *. \ \ * Swnerb ijpraice. * L. JU U jOsL/ '’lff VW farther Infunnstlon write to .• 11 M LmW C. I. EGCLESiaff. Com’l Agt. • J K JO: Lijr B. &M. Murqucuc Slldg., Chicago. r * ‘ Ir\ ** J} STfj ■ IBL if Carevr iilclf., Cincinnati. O. 1 • i ir v’ I *f.k t. a. y • , .T| r\ n, wA x JJ i| Choose; Wisely.. ♦. j; \ ► when you buy a SEWING MACHINE. YcuTl find all sorts and kinds at J \ < I canwpondng prices. But :f you want a reputable serviceable Machine, then take , > WHITE, j* <[ 2S years experience has enabled nt to ] ► ! | ggjte s and 'well-built |I , ► )’ |§2 make-up all the good points common to j t ' [ high grade machines and others that ara # found enty on the WHITE —for instance, % <1 HI I cuf TENSION INDICATOR a device > J • J&A. |J that shows the tension at a glance. But < \ * * this is not all, we have others that appeal p $ 1 to careful buyers. v, b If White Sewing Machine Cos., CLE qHjo[ jP ; j I I FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS I E “New Rival” ‘‘Leader” “Repeater" | p you are looking for reliable shotgun am- H| H p munition, the kind that shoots where you H - buy Winchester Factory H 9 Loaded Shotgun Shells: “New Rival,” loaded with Iffi H Black powder; “Leader 15 and “Repeater,” loaded HI. 9 with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester H m Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. H R ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM M NOTIN ANY TRUST Many newspapers have lately given currency to reports by irresjxmsi PL'S parties to the effect that THE NEWKOMcSEWiNG MACHINE CO had entered a trust or combination; we wish to assure the public that there is ito truth in such reports. We have been manufacturing sewing machines for over a quarter of a centu ry, and have established a reputation for our selves and onr machines that is the envy of all others. Our “New Home” machine has never been rivaled as a family machine.— lt stands at the head of all J Ugh Grade sewing machines, and stands on its own merits. The “Netc Home” is the only really HIGH GRADE Sewing Machine •ii the market . It Is not necessary for us to enter into a trust to save our credit or pay any debts as wo have no debts bo pay. We have never entered into competition with manufacturers of low grade cheap machines that are sonde to sell regard less of any intrinsic mestts. Do not be de ceived, when you wantaawwing machine don’t send your money a, way from home ; call on a “New Home” Dealer , he can sell you a better machine for less than you can purchase elsewhere. If there is no dealer near you, write direct to us. THE NEWHOME SEWING MACHINE CO ORANGE, MASS. New York, Chicago, 111., St. Louis, Mo., Atlan tic tWa jfiifr VJse. r n~ hrWMfcanclsoo, CaU h' ■wwftSMm' ST.LOVIS®VNION STATION CAIRO (•) MERIDIAN^ JB MOBILE JACKSONVILLE (g) NEW ORLEANS TIMF ncr ~ f "" STARKVIIJiE. No. 42. Arrives (daily) 12:15 p. nr No. 44 Arrives, (daily) 0:25 p. ui No 41 Leaves (daily ) 10:05 a m No 43 Leaves (daily ) 4:25 p. m. C. S. CLARKE, General Manager, HT. LOUIS. C. M. SHEPARD, JNO. M. BEALL, Gen’l Fass r Agent. Aaa'tGem'lFau'r Agent. MOBILE. ST. LOUIS.