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JAMES T. CHILES,
* cl Attorney at Law cl Starkville, Mias. THOS. J. WOOD, c 5 Attorney at Law cl Starkville, Mbs. JOHN J. DENNIS, cl Attorney at Lawd Starkville, Miss. m, FUNS BELL, JB. . ODIB DAKIXI* BELL & DANIEL, Lawyers. Will practice in all the court*. Col lections a specialty. Money to loan on real estate* Terms aaejr. Starkville, Miss* JAMES W. NORMENT, Lawyer, (•tiicc next door ft Hslbtrt MotoL) Starkville, Mbs. Will practice in all tjie courts. , Money loaned loir private parties with wt tfharge. WILEY N. NASH, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Starkville. Oktibbeha Couaty, Miss. Office east side of Courthouse Square. J. W. ECKFORD, Physician and Surgeon Starkville, Mbs. dr. a a. Wofford, cl Dental Surgeon and Starkville, Mbs. Office in Operahouse building*. M. L. GILLIS, M.D. and Surgeon.* 4 Longview, MbriTsr?" NOJIN ANYTRUST Many newspapers have lately given currency to reports by irresponsible parties to the effect that THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO had entered a trust or combination; we wish Cos assure the public that there Is no 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 our machines that is the envy of all others. Our “New Home** machine has never beeniivalcd as a family machine.—lt stands at the head ofall High Grade sewing machines, and stands on its oten merits. The “New Home 99 is the only really j HIGH GRADE Sewing Machine p v> on the market. v • It is not necessary for us to enter Into a trust Jo save our credit or pay any debts as wo have no debts to pay. We have never entered into bompetition with manufacturers of low grade cheap machines that are made to sell regard less of any intrinsic merits. Do not be de ceived, when you want a sewing machine don’t •end your money away from home; call on a “New Home** Dealer, he can sell you a better machine for less than you can purchase elsewhere. If there la no dealer near you, write direct to us. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO > ORANGE, MASS. Kew York, Chicago, 111.,5t. Louis, Mo., (a, Qa. Dallas, Tex., San Francisco, CaL IS OM Fail* CHICAGO 3&NEW YORK Offices ol A. N. KFUUQO NEWSPAPER CO. I WINCHESTER I H FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS H |l ‘ "New Rival" "Leader" “Repeated m ■ > . ■ pf ■ WMF you are looking for reliable shotgun ■ I II munition, the kind that shoots where you B M B™ point your gun, buy Winchester Factory 9 '■ Loaded Shotgun Shells: “New Rival,” JdaSea with-9 S Black powder; loaded j 9 B with Smokeless." Insist upon having Winchester 1 9 ■ Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. I I. all dealers keep them 'M CAIRO A HCRIO!an(B M ® MOBILE JACKSONVUiI ® NEW ORLEANS Vy H4B TIME OF TRAINS AT STARKVILLE. MISS. Northbound. No. 42 leaves (daily) 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. S. CLARKE, General Manager, BT. LOUIS. C. M. SHEPARD, JNO.M. BEALL, Cieu'l I‘ass'r Agent, Ais'tGen'l I’ass r Agent. MOBILK. 81. LOUIS. GULF & SHIP ISLAND RAILROAIUOMPANY Parlor Cars Between Jackson and Gulfport on Trains Nos. 3 and 4. PASSENGER SERVICE (effective April 9. 1905.) No. 5. Daily. No. .1. Daily. Lv Jackson. ... 4:30 a.m 3:25 p.m T.v Hattiesburg 8:10 a.in 7:00 p.m Ar Gulfport IlrOOa.ru 9:50 p.tn Daily Ex. Sun. Daily. Ar Silver Creek..(3ll) 11:50 a.m.(301) C:35 i).m Daily (No. 4) Daily (No. G) T,v Gulfport 7:30 a.m 4:05 p.m I,v Hattiesburg 10:85 a.m 7:lHp.m Ar Jackson 2:00 p.m 10:35 p ro - Daily Daily. Ar Laurel (203) 2:15 p.m Daily Ex. Sun. Daily. Ar Columbia (102) 11:30 a.m (104) 8:10 p.m At Jackson —Connection made with Illinois Central trains, Yazoo & Mis sissippi Valley trains, and Alabama & Vicksburg trains for Memphis, St. Louis, Chicago and Cincinnati, and all other Northern and Northeastern points. At Hattiesburg—Connection made with New Orleans & Northeastern trains, Mississippi Central (P. & L. R.) trains, and Mobile, Jackson & Kansas City trains. At Gulfport—Connection made with Louisville & Nashville trains. For further information apply to, S. D. BOYLSTON, General Passenger Agent. The Starkville News INCORPORATED. Best Advertising fledium in East flississippl. The City sad County Official JourasL Subscription SI.OO Per Year Cash. Job Work of aoy Description Done as Neatly and Ardstkally as In soy City. Do You Want Letter Heads ? W© print them at tho following prices, all neatly tabbed: PACKET NOTE SIZE. ox 9 Mi inches. 100 1 71 250 1 25 500 1 50 LOGO 2 60 LETTER SIZE. inches. 100 $1 00 250 1 50 500 2 50 1000 3 50 Do You Want Envelopes ? We furnish theui at the following prices, with return card neatly printed a upper left quarter: No. 6% XXX WHITE. 100 I 76 250 1 25 500 1 75 LOGO 3 00 At these prices the goods will b delivered to you with all charges paid. Address the STARKVILLE NJTW3, Starkville. Miss. MUST RELY ON THE DEALER In Buying: a Watch Most People Have Oo Trust to the Honesty of the Merchant. "Not many men know how to buy a watch," said a dealer in the Kansas City Star, ‘"and to a large extent they have to rely on the honesty of the jeweler. So complicated is the business that even we go to the factories ourselves and ar range for special works in order to get the proper article, for of course, we could not assay every case we receive. “Now, how many people know the dif ference between a filled case and one that is plated? A filled cape, you see, is a composition that resembles steel, with a plate of gold on each side, that on the outer being thicker than the inside. Such cases are guaranteed not to wear through within five.*ten or fifteen or up to twenty-five years—the limit of the guaranty made by the reputable houses. If a man offers you a case warranted for thirty or forty years you are going to be ‘bunkoed’ if you buy it. When you see watches offered for sale as gold filled for |3 or $4 depend upon it they are plated, and mighty thinly too. "In the matter of movements," he con tinued, "the buyer is really at the mercy of the dealer. In one big factory about 3.000 movements are made every day. There is certain to be haste in that sort of output and the name on the dial dees not make up for imperfections. To avoid these a first-class jeweler arranges for several hundred movements to be de livered a year hence. "A strictly first-class movement re quires six months, exactly, in its passage through the factory, from the beginning to the finished product ready to offer for sale. Such goods are then stamped with :he name of the firm for which they are made and that firm has to stand sponsor for them. The Swiss watch in its high est class is the best movement in the world to-day. Of course there are cheap Swiss movements that you can buy for $3 or $4, but they keep good time." THINKING BRINGS DEATH. Many People Undermine Their Health and Hasten Their End by Gloomy Thoughts. Thousands of people actually thinH themselves to death every year by al lowing their minds to dwell on morbid -subjects, declares Suggestions. The idea that one has some incipient disease in one's system, the thought of financial ruin, that one is getting on in life without improving prospects—any 3f these or a thousand similar thoughts may carry a healthy man to a premature grave. A melancholy thought that fixes Itself upon one's mind needs as much doctoring as physical disease. It needs to be eradicated from the mind or it will have just the same resuk as neglected disease would have. Every melancholy thought, every morbid action and every nagging worry should be resisted to the utmost, and the patient should be protected by cheerful thoughts, of which there is a bountiful store in every one’s possession. Bright companions are cheaper than drufcs and plasters. The morbid condition of mind pro duces a morbid condition of body, and if the disease does happen to be in the system it receives every encouragement to develop. We need more mental ther apy. The Bane of Russia. It is well known that the Russian peo ple are extremely slow in all their move ments, which has been attributed to many causes. The latest writer on the subject places the blame on the national intoxicant, vodka, asserting that it pro duces a lasting and ingrowing drunk; and, should the tippler be unfortunate enough to sober up before a week has passed, the slightest rapid movement will reproduce an excellent duplicate of the original. As the Russian govern ment derives a large revenue from the sale of vodka, there is a stringent law against getting twice drunk on one spree, and as a consequence citizen.* must exercise caution. One of Nature’s Oddities. The sea cucumber, which is composed of a curious elly-like substance, canef fectively conceal itself from danger by squeezing the w ater out of its body, and forcing itself into a narrow crack— io narrow' as to be invisible to the naked eye. Daily Thought. A cheerful temper, joined with inno cence, will make beauty attractive, knowledge delightful and wit good natured. It will lighten sickness, pov erty and affliction, and render deform ity itself agreeable. —Addison. Seventy Years in Scaffolding. Those familiar with the monuments of Paris will be surprised to learn that for the first time since the reign of Louis Phillippe the old abbey church of St. Eustace, adjoining the central markets, has just been freed of the last vestiges of scaffolding. For near ly 70 years the magnificent building has been thus disfigured, much to the chagrin of lovers of mediaeval archi tecture. Colored Cotton. Cotton grows in Peru in 12 different colors. I m - WEST I Memphis, Kansas City or Chicago % Through Service of the Very Best to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, INDIAN TERRITORY, OKLAHOMA, THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY, COLORADO, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, OLD MEXICO, AND THE PACIFIC COAST. The Very Lowest Rates for the Colonist and Hometeefceft GEO. H. LEE, Q. P. A T. A*, F. Ml. GRIFFITH, T. P. A., Little Rock, Ark. 947 Main St., Memphis, Tenn. n L _ .. I. ii i 1 n,. i i—* I first and third Tuesdays of each month, beginning October 21st. ) | For one-way tickets, Half the One-Way Rate, plus $2.00; I round-trip tickets, one fare plus $2.00, to points in Missouri, I Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territoricn. > I Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town. I The Cotton Belt ran* solid through trains to Texas, equipped with the I most modern and comfortable curs. These trains make quick time I and direct connections for aU part* of the Great Southwest. fi If you are seeking a belter place to locate, write for a free copy of ■ mr handsome Illustrated booklets. Homes in the Southwest and n Through Texas With a Camera. II W. C. PEELER. D. P. A.. Memphis. Tenn. W. 0. ADAMS, T. P. A.. ffashTille. Tea*. fj M L. 0. SCHAEFER, L P. A., Cincinnati. Ohle. M. ADAM I, T. P. A.. Csir*. Hi. M R e. V. LaBEAUME. 0. f. 4 T. A.. St. Louis. He. Cr 6 I FULL QUARTS I —OF — Good Luck Whiskey (Best on Earth) FOR S3.BS—EXPRESS PREPAID. J. Grossman’s Sons j Largest Wholesale Liquor Dealers South I P. O. Box 1178, New Orleans, La. B P. S. —Write for our New Price List—contains many bargains. I Choose Wisely ... ji ► when you buy a SEWING MACHINE, You'll find all sorts and kinds at < * * corresponding prices. But if you want a reputable serviceable Machine, then take \ ► : ** . WHITR . I ► 27 years' experience has enabled us to bring j ► ► oyt a handsome, symmetrical and > I WELL-BUILT PRODUCT, combining in its S make-up all the good points found on high i ' grade machines and others that are exclusively < ► & % J%KiA WHITE, which will appeal to careful buyers, i [ jfl Ipipll All Drop Heads have Automatic Lift and beau- J ► tiful Swell Front, Golden Oak Woodwork. We i [ , f sell only through our authorized dealers, who j y -/ft ' will furnish our iron-clad guarantee duly counter- < J ’>. • ■ signed by themselves. Beware of buying a White with a defaced or altered plate number. < * We do not sell to or through catalog houses. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle Styles. < OUR ELEGANT M. T. CATALOGS GIVE FULL PARTICULARS , FREE . ,> Oealors wanted Ist unoccupied territory • Jiddress, % | of WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., > | S. B. KIRBY, Little Rock, Ark. J).J j Planters House Starkville, Miss. Cor. Lafayette and Lumpkin Streets. Table supplied with the best the mar ket affords. GOOD COMFORTABLE BEDS. Lunches served at all times of tte day. TERMS: $15.00 per month or $1 per day. Single meals 25 cents. J. S. LANDER, Proprietor. 1 KlLLthe COUCH AND CURE the lungs ,iT " Dr. King’s New Discovery r „ /TONSUMPTION Price FOR I OUGHSand 50c & SI.OO w VOLOS Free Trial, j Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LXJNQ TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK.