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The Starkville news. (Starkville, Miss.) 1902-1960, November 18, 1904, Image 8

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JAMES T. CHILES, *
lot Attorney at Law *
L.
THOS. J, WOOD,
\<o Attorney at Law
Staikvife Wltm*
JOHN J. DENNIS,
vjR Attorney at Law,*
Mhb •
♦* VtiK MU, IE . OMI DUOL
BELL & DANIEL,
Lawyers.
WSX Mtoliei la all ik, osurk. CW
luMmls speeiftUjr.
Mb— f to tost or root Mtsto. Toms
StarkriUc, Mia*.
IAMBS W. NORMENT,
Lawyer,
—m nut door <• Halbert HotOto
StarkrUk, Mia*
fftE prsotioo In ill tho ootrto.
, Monty loaned tor private parties wtok-
Mt ehatvra.
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WILEY N. NASH,
Attorney and Counselor at Law
and Solicitor in Chancery,
Starkvifle. Oktibbeha County, Mtsa,
'fNßoo east side of Courthouse Square,
I W. ECKFORD,
Physician and Surgeon
StAfkvtlk, Mis* *
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DR. A. A. WOFFORD,
S Dental Surgeon
StarkviHc, Miss,
OMo© im Oporshouss building
■M. L. GILLIS, M.D
and Surgeons*
NOJIN ANYTRUST
Many newspapers hare lately given currency
to reports by irresponsible) parties to the affbot
that
tHE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO
load entered a trust or combination; wo wish
to assure the public that there is mo truth in
f*uch reports. Wo been manufacturing
(tewing machines for over a quarter of a centu
try, and have established a reputation for our
delves and our machines that is the envy of all
others. Our *‘JVerr Home” machine has
never been rivaled as a family machine.—lt
otands at the head of all nigh Grade sewing
machines, and stands on its own merits.
Whe “New Home” is the only really
(HIGH GHAHK Sewing Staehina
on the market •
tt Is not necessary for us to enter into a trust
to save our credit or pay any debts as we have
klo debts to pay. Wo have never entered into
competition with manufacturers of low grade
cheap machines that are made to sell regard
less of any intrinsic merits. Do not be de
ceived, whoa you wantasewing machine don’t
Cend your money away from home; call on a
** New Home ” Healer, he can sell you a
(better machine for less than you can purchase
elsewhere. If there is no dealer near yon,
Write direct to us.
mi NEW HOME BEWINQ MACHINE CO
ORANGE, MASS.
Wew York, Chicago, 111., St. Louis, Mo., Atlaas
<Ja* Dallas, Tox., San Franqisoo, Cak
NEW YORK OVHG3 o
A. N. KmoeG NEWSPAPER Cfi-
I WINCHESTER I
■ FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS ■
g “New Rival" "Leader'' "Repeater'' |j
9 m liF you are looking for reliable shotgun am* I
9 ■■ munition, the kind that shoots where you ■
9 K 8 point your gun, buy Winchester Factory I
K Loaded Shotgun Shells: “New Rival,” loaded with |||
H| Black powder; “Leader” and “Repeater,” loaded B
9 with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester 9
m Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no other*. I
■ AI^OEALEBSIKEEI^HE^^^^^9
Jm V^OBIIE
® *tew OffLCANS
TIME OF TRAINS AT
3TARKVILLE, MISS.
Northbound.
No, 42 leaves (dally) 12:20 p.m
No. 44 leaves (daily) 6:25 p.m
Southbound.
No. 41 leaves (daily) 10:10 a.m
No. 43 leaves (daily) 4:25 p.m
C. 8. CLARKE,
General NT. LOTH.
C. M. SHEPARD, JNO. M. BEALL,
Gen’l Piw'r Agent. Aa‘tUa'l P*'r A grot,
101 ILK. ST. LOUIS,
GULF & SHIP ISLAND R. R. CO
Through Oulfport-rUmphit Sleeper.
Leave Gulfport 0:50 p rn
Arrive Memphis 7:40 u rn
Leave Memphis 11:00 p m
Arrive Gulfport 11:00 a.rn
Two Trains Daily Each Way Between Jack
eon aaJ Gulfport. MUs.
Three Trains Daily Each Way Daily Between
Hattiesburg and Gulfport
No. I. No. 3.
Leave Jackson 5:35 a.m 3:36 p.m
Arrive Gulfport ll:CK)a.m 10:10pm
No. 3. No. 4.
Leave Gulfport. 6:50 p.m 7:20 a.m
Arrive Jackson 12:35 a.m 3:06 p.m
No. 5.
Leave Hattiesburg 7:00a.m
Arrive Gulfport lo:<K> a.m
No. 6.
Leave Gulfport 3:45 p.m
Arrive Hattiesburg 6:35 p.m
Fast trains Nos. 1 and 2 will stop
at regular schedule points north of
Hattiesburg, but will not stop at any
point south of Hattiesburg, except
Mante.
At Jackson: Close conection made
with Illinois Central trains, Yazoo &
Mississippi Valley trains, and Alabama
& Vicksburg trains, for Memphis, St.
Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati and all
other Northern and Northeastern
points.
At Hattiesburg: Close connection
made with New Orleans & Northeast
ern trains, Mississippi Central (P. &
L. R.) trains, and Mobile, Jackson Ac
Kansas City trains.
At Gulfport: Close connection
made with Louisville & Nashville
trains.
Parlor car between Jackson & Gulf
port trains Nos. 3 and 4.
For further information, apply to
• S. D. BOYLSTON,
General Pass. Agt., Gulfport, ‘Miss.
The Starkville News
INCORPORATED.
Best Advertising /Tedium
in East Hisslssippi.
Tbs City aod County Official JourasL
.Subscription si.oa Per Year Cash,
lob Work of aay Description Done as Neatly
aud Artistically as in aay City.
Do You Want Letter Heads ?
We print them at the following
prices, all neatly tabbed:
PACKET NOTE SIZE.
6x9*6 inches.
100 1 78
260 1 26
500 1 50
000 2 50
LETTER SIZE.
SVfcxll inches.
100 $1 00
250 1 50
500 2 50
000 3 GO
Do You Want Envelopes?
W© furnish the*a at the following
•rices, with return card neatly printed
1 upper left quarter:
No. 6M XXX WHITE.
100 t 75
250 1 25
500 1 75
000 3 00
At these prices the goods will be
lellvered to you with all charges paid.
Address the STARKVILLE NEWS*
'UarkTille. Miss.
POOR JUDGES OF DISTANCE
Many Crack Shots Are Unable to Ao
curately Estimate Length
of the Range.
Tho move to have congress make
provision at Its next session for a large
annual appropriation to be devoted to
the purchase and equipment of indoor
and outdoor ranges and the distribu
tion of ammunition to organizations of
riflemen, in accordance with the plan
drafted by the national board for the
promotion of ripe practice, is respon
sible for renewed interest in rifle and
revolved shooting.
More attention Is being paid to
•hooting at unknown distances, say
a Washington report, and to get ia4o
the front rank of shooters, skill in es
timating distances is essential. It is
said that few, even of the best shots,
are good judges of distances. Recent
tests have shown how little the aver
age person knows of the various shoot
ing distances.
Do you know—
That at 30 yards the white of a man's
eye is plainly scon and the eyes them
selves are visible up to 80 yards?
That at 100 yards all parts of the
body are seen distinctly, slight move
ments are perceptible, and the minute
details of tho uniform can be distin
guished?
That at 200 yards the outline of the
face is confused and the rows of but
tons look Ilk© stripes?
That at 400 yards the face is a mere
dot, but all movements of the legs and
arms are still distinct?
That at 600 yards details can no
longer be distinguished, though files
of a squad, if the light is strong, can
be counted?
That at 800 yards the men in a squad
cannot be counted nor their individual
movements distinguished?
At 1.000 yards a line of men resem
bles a broad belt; the direction of their
march can, however, bo readily deter
mined. At 1,200 yards cavalry can be
distinguished from infantry, and at
2,000 yards a mounted man usually ap
pears as a mere speck.
Yet in these days of Tong-range
weapons battles are fought at a dis
tance of 1,000 yards, and it is desirable
for marksmen to qualify at that range.
The new rifle, with which United
States troops arc to bo equipped, has a
maximum effective fighting range of
4,781 yards, or more than two and one
half miles. In other words, a bullet
from this rifle will kill or disable at a
greater distance than the man firing
it can distinguish an individual enemy
from the surrounding landscape.
Neglected Goddess.
Liberty which enlightens the world
from Bedloe’s island, in New York
harbor, lias been a sorely neglected
goddess, but she has now fallen on
better days. For years the masonry
of the pedestal has been in bad condi
tion, tho bronze tablets have been de
face, and dirt and rubbish have ac
cumulated about the skirts of the
mighty woman. Now the war de
partment has taken charge of Bar
tholdi's giant beacon, and will keep it
in repair. Not only that, the statue
is to have an electric elevator in place
of tho rickety stairs which lead to the
torch.
inf THE INTEREST OF QUIET.
Mistress—*! four times,
and you didn't come. I’m getting
tired of it!
Housemaid —So am I, and that’s why
I’ve come.
• Women Doctors in Russia.
An imperial uKase recntly Issued in
Russia puts women who wish to prac
tice medicine on the same footing as
men. The ukase entitles women both
to a license to practice and to the de
gree of doctor of medicine. Women
who offer a diploma from a foreign
university may be admitted at once to
the Russian state examination. If
women attending the institute have
neither home nor relatives in St. Pe
tersburg, they are required to live in
a hostel specially established for the
purpose.
Not Laughing.
“They say that love laughs at lock
smiths.”
“I’m not so sure about that,” an
swered Mr. Cumrox, “when an Amer
ican heiress can show a foreign noble
man* a fireproof safe with a lot of gilt
edge securities inside, he generally
looks right serious.” —Washington
Star.
More Information Needed.
Ward —What do you think of a mao
who sells his vote?
S tree t—which ride did he sell \\ to?
—Boston Transcript.
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[Choose Wisely****
when you beys SEWING MACHINE. YooTI find sit forts tad Idnda st J I
| MMirrfnnrimf prka*. But if jm want s reputable strvksaMs then tsks < |
! * 35 yeas* experience has enabled sa 5o J
I bring out s HANDSOME • • •
; > SYMMETRICAL and WELL-BUILT ;
: PRODUCT, combining Is its < [
I' I make-up aH the good points common to ji
high grade machines and oChcts dial aap i [
flf found only on the WHITE —foe laatinre, < >
HI m eer TENSION INDICATOR, s desks ! [
AAR JdbH that shows the tension aft a glance. But *
TV fek k not aU, w have others that appeal (
i jJjHmn kisaiefclbay**. J ’
' | *m~~Our Etegtni H. T. Catabgw* <
[ §b* ftsE pvrticuUrt, frte.
:: White Sewing Machine Cos„
of lattniiop lor <}
TCf*WkllkV/3
WASHINGTON D.O.
Planters House
SUrkvlDo, Miss.
Car. Ufajtttt tmi Luykii ttmk
Table supplied with the best the ■**
tet affords.
GOOD COMFORTABLE BEDS.
L’mches served at ail times of the daj
TERMS; $15,00 penmoath or $1 pee
'a/* Slagle meals 9ft ocats.
J. S. LANDER. Proprietor*

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