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New Olives, try them. Sold by the Carpenter Groc, Cos. Fresh Pickles at Carpenter Grocery C#. Gen. W. N. Nash is erecting a now brick store on North Lafnyetto street. One story. Mr. Walter Yeates of Meridian, spent a part of Sunday with his fathers fam ily, Mr. J. .1. Yeates. New and Fresh molasses at the Car penter Grocery Cos. A man who can and will not pay a newspaper subscription, will not do to trust in any busines transaction. Hut every body knows this. The meeting being conducted by Rev. Sid Williams is increasing in interest. Sixteen or eighteen conversions up to This writing who will join the Haptist church. Mr. Williams is a zealous and earnest preacher. We wish him abun dant success. For all Fresh and Now goods in the Grocery line go to the Carpemmer Gro cery Cos. Dr. ,1. G. S axon was in town Wednes day. He lias recently been to Gulfport and Mississippi City and says that Gulf port is improving on all sides. It is very likely he will make his home there. We regret to lose such citizens. As many as six children have been burned to death by accident within the last week in our state. Rev. E. E. Thornton, of Houston, lost a little child in the same wav. A remarkable coin cident, being the second child. All of those dear parents have the true sym pathy of every body. What about that job work you prom ised and did not give? We must do job work too. Let ns deal mutually, not one sided. If yon have never tried Downeys Chocolates, do so. Jno. H. Perkins. Governor Vardanian lias been request ed to serve as permanent chairman of the national cotton convention, which meets at Shreveport, La., on December 11 to 15, and today accepts the invita tion to serve as presiding officer of that important gathering. Prof B. M. Walker is putting mate rial on the ground to put the second stories on his two brick buildings on Main street, occupied by W. D. Walker and Messrs Puller and Chiles. Our peo ple are recognizing the verity.of our statement, that we need more store houses and offices, also more dwelling houses. People want to move here but , cannot be supplied with houses. Men of means, it seems, ought to erect all kinds of necessary building, and in crease the value of property. There's Dysintery —Colic, too. And Cramps; but this remember do Though enemies all babe* must meet. “TEETHINA'' will them all defeat. “TEETII IN A” Overcomes and Coun teracts the Effects of the Summer’s Heat- Aids Digestion, Regulates the Bowels and makes teething easy. Costs only 25 cents. Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Furnish ing goods at Bloomenfield & Fried. Be it remembered that contributions will be received next Sunday morning at the Presbyterian church for colored Evangelization. H R. Raymond, Pastor. Go to Mrs. Portlack’s for Belts, and Handvßags. Bin men fold & Fried cannot and wil not be undersold. Give us a call before purchasingsewbere . For all kinds of nuts fresh, just re ceived at Carpenter Grocery Cos. Sour, Sweet and Dill Pickles, J. B. Perkins. For up-to-date clothing, inspect Blum enfeld & Fried's line. Don’t stop, continue to pay up your soubscriptions to the News. Wear Hess shoes, every pair guaran teed. A full line on sale at Blumen feld & Fried’s. FREE TUITION to ALL in Harris’ Business College, Jackson, Miss. Mr. S. S. Scales, of Crawford, was a visitor to our town Monday. Starkville is one of the most prosper-, ous towns in east Mississippi. No more orosperous or solvent merchants are to be found anywhere and our bank state ments corroborate the assertion. On November 30th at 9.30 A. M. th marriage of Misr Mary Ames and Dr T l Richardson, of Mineral Wells, Tex was witnessed by a host of relatives and friends at the home of the bride's father Mr. M. F. Ames. The bride was gowned in pearl grey crepe-de rhine and carried a boquet of white carnations and was proceeded bo two daintv maids of honor, Misses Adelie rvity and Louise Saunders who were appropriately dressed in white silk and parried ostrich plume chrysaiithimums and sin vl ax. The parlor was decora teg In ferns and carnations, the Rev, ti. L. Imrftffgins performing the solemn and impressive ceremony, immediately after whU the groom and bride left for New Orleans Galveston and other Southern plrts, on route to their future home, M The al bnde B 'was one of * t refined, cultured and accomplish “d vounK '“dies and will be greatly triJnd In church and social circles. The News extends Its congratulations to the most excellent couple, together with * it® wishes tor their future fcftppUMU. Sitting Up Late At Nights. WHO? Everybody in Town. WHY? to talk about the Greatest Sale in the History of Starkville. WHERE? J. O. GUNN’S. On account of the unprece dented success of our i “New Idea” Sale,' which closed on the 30th of Nov. we have decided to re-open this sale \ x Monday, Dec. 5 and continue same until * Thursday, the Bth. J. O. Gunn. Beware of Ointments for Ca tarrh that Contains Mercury, as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when'entering it through the mucous surfaces. Such articles ' should never be used except on pre scriptions from reputable physicians, as the damage they do is ten fold to the good \on can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by h. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo.O,, contains no mercury, and is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system, in buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure to get the genuine. It is taken internally and made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. .1. Cheney •fc Cos. Testimonials free. Sold by Diuggists. Price, 75c. per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Presbyterial Notice! The New Hope Presbyterry will con vene at tin; Cumberland Presbyterian church Saturday December, 3rd at 11 o'clock A. M. The opening sermon will be preached by Rev. G. O. Hnhbert. The session will continue for three days and the business will be transacted openly, and all are cordially invited to attend. J. H. Zwinglk, Stated Clerk. Sturges Locals. Mr. Will T. Scarbrough is visiting Enpora and Walthall this week. Mrs. I. G. Saxon is with Mrs. M, L. Hanks and family this week at Kosci usko. Mr. Jake Turner of Hickory, Grove, was the guest of Dr. Saxon a few days this week. Mr. Quiller Beville of Owens, Miss, was a pleasant visitor into Mr, Hevills home last week. Mrs.’Kneelie Hanks, of Kosciusko.is visiting her parents Dr. and Mrs. Saxon this week. Mrs. M. E. Young of Chester was the welcome guest of Miss Cain Hannah Friday. We are glad to report onr little town fast building. Mr. (Jalceran will have four houses on his old lot. Fondren and Ray one house on the old hotel lot. Miss Eliza Ihmt one on her same old lot while Mr. Kemp is building throe hous es on the Moss lot. It looks like busi ness now. They are still working on the well. While the click and knock of many hammers are heard, it seems that the old saying is coming true to us. “Von are never too deep in the mire but what yon can pull out’' Died. Buchanan. —At his residence in Grenada, Miss.. Saturday morning, November 2(th, 1804, at half past five o'clock. John Walter Buchanan, editor and proprietor of The Sentinel, aged about 49 years; after an illness of more than two weeks of Brights disease. For nearly thirty years Mr. Buch anan had presided over the destinies of the Grenada Sentinel, and was one of the best known and most prominent members of the press ol this state. He brought The Sentinel to the very front rank of Mississippi journalism. In his death the press looses a valued member: the state a true and loyal citi zen. His work is o'er; life's fitful voy age has ended. He has gone to that bourne from which no traveler return eth. Peace to his ashes. The last sad rites were said at the side of the grave by the Rev. J, C. Car others, pastor of the local Presbyterian church, a life long friend of the deceas ed, and the remains interred in their last resting place, in Odd Fellow's Cem-, etery, in the presence of sorrowing rel atives and friends. A widow and two daughters, two sis ters. Mrs. Therrel and Mrs. Richardson, of Woodville; two brothers, William H. Buchanan, of Starkville, and Robert Buchanan, or Centreville, and many relatives are left to mourn his loss. In their hour of sorrow and bereavement they have the sincere sympathy and condolence of the whole community in which he lived and the Press of the State. Prof. J. M. Barrow, died in Colum bus, his home. Sunday and was buried Monday. He once lived here* and all regret to hear of his demise, especially his old students, H. K. Rossean. J. 6 Gunn and others. He was once a mem ber of the A. M. College faculty and for years principal of the Franklin Academy and Conniy Supt. of Lowndes county. He was a member o i the facul ty of the I. I. & 0. at the time of his death, Prof, of mathematics. All schools of Columbus including the col ored school suspended Monday. A great man ha? passd away—our person al friend, Dead. Mrs. Wiley B. Pearson, after a long spell of sickness breathed her last on Monday evening. She was a decendant of one of the oldest families of the Coun ty, a daughter of the late M. B. Drake, one of the oldest citizens of Starkville well romembeied by our oldest inhabi tants. Mrs. Pearson was a consecrat ed devout Christian woman. A brother and sister survive her. Mr. Jno. W. Drake, of near Columbus and Mrs. Jas. Deans, of near Self Creek and numer ous relatives, and of her immediate fam ily, her husband Mr. W* B. Pearson and several daughters. Her remains were laid at rest in the Odd Fellow’s Cemetery Tuesday evening in the midst of sorrowing relatives ,and many friends. The bereft *have the sympathies of the entire community in which the News Joins.