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JAMBS T. CHILES. J Attorney at Law Starkville, Miss. TH©S. ]. WOOD, Attorney at Law Starkville, Mhs. JOHN J. DENNIS, a l Attorney at Law £ Starkville, Miss, & F.TIAKK BELL, JTL %. ODIB DAJtUX. BELL & DANIEL, Lawyers, Will practice in all the courts. 00l- Wetlo ass specialty. Hons/ to loaVi on real estate. Term* •Ml* Starkville, Mia* JAMES W. NORMENT, Lawyer, MfSca next Soor t* Halbert MotL) Starkville, Miss. Will practice In all the courts. Mods/ loured for private parties with out Charge. WILEY N. NASH, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Starkville, Oktibbeha County, Miss. Office east side of Courthouse Square. J. W. ECKFORD, Physician and Surgeon Starkville, Mies. DR. A. A. WOFFORD, <sS- Dental Surgeon at Starkville, Miss. Office in Operahouae building. M. L. GILLIS, M.D. and Surgeon** Longfvicw, Mississippi 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 to assure the public that there is no truth in ■uch reports. We have been manufacturing •owing 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 tjever been ilvaled as a family machine.—lt Stands at the head of all High Grade sewing machines, and stands on its own merits. SThe “New Home** is the only really HIGH GRADE Sewing JUachino p v > mi the market, / )* It is not necessary for us to enter into a trust Jo save our credit or pay any debts as wo have Cos debts to pay. We have never entered into jmpetition 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 send 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 Is no dealer near you, write direct to us. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO i ORANGE, MASS. gfew York, Chicago. 111., Bt. Louis, Mo., Atlam (ft, Ga., Dallas, Tex., San Francisco, CaL Won fileTn CMICAGU NEW YORK Omasa or 1. N. KFLLQOO NEWSPAPER CC. I WINCHESTER I flj FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUN SHELLS H ■ “New Rival” "Leader” "Repeater” I H SW you are looking for reliable shotgun am-, H IB munition > kind that shoots where you I D HpW point your gun, buy Winchester. Factory • K Loaded Shotgun Shells: “New Rival,” loaded with || 8 Black powder; “Leader” and “Repeater,” loaded, fil B with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester H Bw Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. K H ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM M ' CAIRO 4 HEIHDIANftd K /newllmns 6 ® JAC ’ ISONV,u * TIME OF TRAINS AT STARK VI LLE, MISS. Northbound. No. 42 loaves (daily) 12:20 p.m No. 44 leaves (daily) G: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, ST. LOUIS. O. M. SHEPARD, JNO.M. BEALL, Geu'l i’ass r Agent, Ain't Gen 1 Pass'r Agent, BUBILK. ST. LOUIS GULF & SHIP ISLAND RAILROAOCOMPANY Parlor Cars Between Jackson and Gulfport on Trains Nos. 3 and 4. PASSENGER SERVICE (Effective April 9. 1905.) No. 5, Daily. No. 3. Dally. Ev Jackson 4:30 a.m 3:25 p.m Lv Hattiesburg 8:10 a.m 7:00 p.m Ar Gulfport 11:00 a.m 9:50 p.m Daily Ex. Sun. Daily. Ar Silver Greek.. (311) II :50 a.m. (30D 0:35 p.m Daily (No, 4) Daily (No. 6) Ev Gulfport 7:30 a.m 4:05 p.m Ev Hattiesburg 10:35mm 7:18 p.m Ar Jackson 2:00 p.m 10:35 p.m Daily Daily. Ar Laurel (203) 2:15 p.m Daily Ex. Sun. Daily. Ar Colutnbia (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 fc 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 mad© with Louisville & Nashville trains. For further information apply to, S. D. BOYLSTON, General Passenger Agent. The Starkville News INCORPORATED. Best Advertising /Tedium in East riisslsslppi. The City and County Official JouraaL Subscription Si.oo Per Year Cash. Job Work of say Description Done as Neatly and Artistically as in any City. Do You Want Letter Heads ? We print them at the following prices, all neatly tabbed: PACKET NOTE SIZE. 6x9% inches. 100 9 78 260 1 25 500 1 50 1000 2 50 LETTER SIZE. B%xll inches. 100 $1 00 250 1 50 500 2 60 1000 3 50 Do You Want Envelopes ? W© furnish then at the following prices, with return card neatly printed a upper left quarter: No. 6% XXX WHITE. 100 1 260 1 28 500 . 1 75 1006 3 00 A*t thee© prices the goods will be delivered to you with all charges paid. Address the STARKVILLE NEWS, Starkville, Miss. i|MISSISSIPPI^ The following 1 address to the farmers of Mississippi has been issued by I’resi dent Clark cS the State Cotton Grow ers’ Associat ion and is being sent out over the State: “To the Farmers of Mississippi: “One of the prime objects of the Southern Cotton Association is the se curing of accurate information as to the amount of cotton planted and the condition of the crop. The farmers are in a position to get this information more accurately than any one else. It is essentially necessary that these re ports be correct. These reports are de sired for our own information. If we deceive each other we deceive our selves. I earnestly appeal to you to forward these reports to M. A. Fisher, secretary, Jackson, Miss., not later than the 25th inst. These reports will be compiled and the State presidents will meet in New Orleans on the doth inst., and we hope to give these reports back to each county organization on the first day of June, at 10 o’clock a.in. Give us a correct report and we will re turn it to you. We ask that you give us the acreage in cotton as compared with last year; when planting was com pleted, or if any yet to plant, the amount; also the amount of fertilizer used as compared with last year, and the condition of the cotton already up. Blanks will be furnished you. and we ask that you give us this information promptly.” The Goodyear syndicate, which is now operating quite extensively in this State, backed by a capital of $25,000,- (>OO. will build a railroad direct from New Orleans to Memphis, coming up the Pearl river valley to Jackson and thence on a direct northerly line from that city to the Tennessee metropolis. Official information of the plans of the Goodyear syndicate was revealed at the governor’s office hist week when a re quest was made for the issuance of a proclamation incorporating the New Orleans and Great Northern Kail road Company, with New Orleans and Mem phis slated as the terminal points. The incorporators set forth in the petition for charter are as follows; Frank 11. Goodyi ar and ('. 11. Goodyear of Buffa lo, N. V.; Martin E. Olmsteadof Hams burg, Pa.: Charles B. Jones of Balti more, Md.: I. C. Enochs of Jackson, Miss.; N. Pearsall and C. K. Mullins of Louisiana. The New Orleans and Great Northern Railroad will reach the Pearl river valley at a point at or near the town of Montieello. and will run directly up the valley to Jackson. In the case of Alex. Grant vs. tho Yazoo and Mississippi Valley Road the supreme court held that a written agreement on the back of an employee's free pass, stating that the company is not liable for damages in ease of per sonal injuries, does not bar the em ployee from entering suit in ease he is injured. Grant received a judgment in the circuit court of Warren county for SI,OOO damages for injuries sustained in a wreck on account of a defective frog The court also sustained the verdict giving Tab Black, a fireman, $2,000 for injuries sustained while jumping from his engine to escape a head-on collision. The insurance companies operating in Mississippi are beginning to wonder when they will have a change of luck. Losses by tire during the past thirty days have been exceptionally heavy, and the underwriting business since January shows a heavy percentage of loss. The unprofitable business of the insurance companies during the first four months of the year has been large ly due to the frequent conflagrations in small towns, and in eaeh instance o this kind the losses have been excep tionally heavy. Another court of eminent domain will be held at Itta Bena to condemn certain rights-of-way for the new Delta Southern Railway in the southwestern portion of Letlore county. The find ings of this court will virtually settle the matter of rights-of-way, and the contract for the construction of the new road will be let at once. The Delta Southern will be built from Itta Bena via Belzoni and Campbellsviile to Greenville, and will open up a magnifi cent timber and agricultural section of country. Dr. E. C. Parker, president of the Business League, and J. H. Bouslog, industrial and immigration agent of the Gulf and Ship Island Railroad, have succeeded in collecting $2,000 as an in ducement toward making the Missis sippi National Guard encampment a permanent thing for Gulfport. As there is an appropriation of $25,000 from the government for the holding of the encampment it is estimated that in all there* will be at. least $75,000 spent in Gulfport during the encampment. M. Green, attorney for the New Or leans and Great Northern Railroad, has requested Secretary of State Power to get him out a number of certified copies of the charter of this road. These certified copies are to be filed with the chancery clerk in each county through which the road is to run. Shortage of farm labor and continued bad weather in the Brooksville section have delayed crops badly. There has not been thirty days of farming weath er in the past four months. Some of the farmers have not gotten all their land in planting condition yet, and the outlook is at present very gloomy. The supreme court, in the case of the Alabama and Vicksburg Railroad vs. the Railroad Commission, ordered the railroad to put in a fiat rate on grain and grain products of 3 1-2 cents from Vicksburg to Meridian. |H “.WEST Memphis, Kansas City or Chicago ZZIZZ mm* mmmL ——l II ■■ I II m*n Through Service of the Very Best to ARKANSAS, TEXAS, INDIAN TERRITORY, OKLAHOMA, THE FAMED PAN HANDLE COUNTRY, CCLORADO, NEW MEXICO, ARIZONA, OLD MEXICO, AND THE PACIFIC COAST. The Very Lowest Rates for the Colonist and Homeseekert GEO. H. LEE, G. P. A T. A*, P. M. GRIFFITH, T. P. A., Little Rock, Ark. 547 Main fit,, Momphis, Term. 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 horns town. The Cotton Belt runs solid through trains to Texas, equipped with tha most modern and comfortable care. These trains make quick time and direct connections for all parts of the Great Southwest. If you are seeking a belter place to locate, write fer a free copy of ■ ur handsome Illustrated booklet*, Humes In the Southwest and M Through Texas With a Camera. ft W.C. PEELER. D. P. A.. Memphis, Teen. W. 0. ADAMS, T. P. A.. Nashville, Tens. V if L. 0. SCHAEFER, , P. A., Cincinnati, Ohio. M. ADAMI. T. P. A.. Cairs, ill. H rk £. W. LaSEAUME, G. P. 4 T. A.. St. Louis. Ms. fl ■ ■ I'"-"- war 6 *lB FULL QUARTS -OF Good Luck Whiskey (Best on Earth) 1 FOR S3.BS—EXPRESS PREPAID. J. Grossman’s Sons Largest Wholesale Liquor Dealers South P. O. Box 1178, New Orleans, La. P. S. —Write for our New Price List —contains many bargains. | ► 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 < * C 27 years’ experience has enabled us to bring \ * > BlWijp|Sl out a HANDSOME, SYMMETRICAL and J ► WELL-BUILT PRODUCT, combining in its ’ ► < I UDI make-up all the good points found on high * [ \ grade machines and others that are exclusively * ► < ► &|| WI WHITE, which will appeal to careful buyers. < [ \ ► All Drop Heads have Automatic Lift and beau- * > < > f\ Q tiful Swell Front, Golden Oak Woodwork. We < [ ] ► M l sell only through our authorized dealers, who j \ will furnish our iron-clad guarantee duly counter j* ~ signed by themselves. Beware of buying a < * ■ v * J ► do not sell to or through catalog houses. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle Styles* J i < J OUR ELEGANT H. T. CATALOGS GIVE FULL PARTICULARS , FREE, ,[ j ► Dealers wanted la unoccupied territory, Jtddress, i , !► Qr WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO. t !► S. B. KIRBY, Little Rock, Ark. CLEVELAND, O. Planters House Starkville, Miss. Cor. Lafayette an! Lumpkin Streets. Table supplied with the best the mar ket affords. GOOD COMFORTABLE BEDS. Lunches served at all times of the day. TERMS: $15.00 per month or $1 per day. Single meals 25 cents. J. S. LANDER, Proprietor. I KlLLthe cough AND CURE THE LUNGSI ■"* Dr. King’s New Discovery /Consumption Price # I FOR 3 OUGHSand 50c&$1.00 Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK.