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JAMES T. CHILES,
wS Attorney at Law Starkviilc, Min. THOS. J. WOOD, Attorney at Law StarkrtUc, Mias* JOHN J. DfiNNIS, wS Attorney at Law •£ St arkvifie, Mbs* B. ruirx bbul, jm> e. omi dahuu. BELL & DANIEL, Lawyers. Will practice in all the courts. Col* lesttt&a a specialty. Meat/ to loan on real estate* Term Starkviile, Min, JAMBS W. NORMENT, Lawyer, (ifllM next Seer t* Halbert tfetM Starkviik, Miss. Wm practice inaU tbp oouxta. i MenryToanddier private parties wltk eet charge. WILEY N. NASH, Attorney and Counselor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Stirkvttfe. Oktibbeha Cenaty, Mfo& Ottoe east tide of Courthouse Square. l— 1 J. W. ECKFORD, Physician and Surgeon Starkv&c, Miss* DR. A. A. WOFFORD, w® Dental Surgeon Starkviile, Miss* Ofioe in Operahouss building. M. L. GILLIS, M.D. and Surgeonj* Longview, Mirsissipp’' NO.T IN ANY TRUST Many newspapers have lately given currency to reports by irresponsible parties to tbs effect that THE NEW HOME SEWINQ MACHINE CO had entered a trust or combination; we wish to assure the public that there is no ttmth in such reports. We have been manufacturing sewing machines for over a quarter of a centu ry, and have established a reputation for our lelves and our machines that is the envy of all others. Our ‘‘New Home** machine has fciever been rivaled as a family machine.—lt Stands at the head ofail High Grade sewing machines, and stands on its own merits. 9 Vhe “ New Home ** is the only really x HIGH GRADE Sewing Machine p i> on the market . w r It Is not necessary for us to enter Into a trust qk> save our credit or pay any debts as we have ao debts to pay. We 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, 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 os. THE NEW HOME SEWING MACHINE CO > ORANGE, MASS. •> Hew York, Chicago, 111., St. Louis, Mo., la, Ga* Dallas, Tex., San Francisco, CaL __ 7b'oV mueln CHICAGO NEW YORK o..ic.s or A. N. KELLOGG NEWSPAPER CO. I WINCHESTER I ■ FACTORY LOADED SHOTGUH SHELLS H ■ “New Rival" “Leader" "Repeater'' I I * V8 F y° u are looking for reliable shotgun am- H I HI munition, the kind that shoots where you B H HaHI point your gun, buy Winchester. Factory I 9 Loaded Shotgun Shells: “New Rival,” loaded with ■ l|| Black powder; “Leader” and “Repeater,” loaded * B 9 with Smokeless. Insist upon having Winchester I 9 Factory Loaded Shells, and accept no others. H 9 ALL DEALERS KEEP THEM M HEWD'an #V /new ISS“ ® JACKSO,nm * TIME OF TRAINS AT STARK VILLE, 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.ra No. 43 leaves (daily) 4:25 p.m C. S. CLARKE, General Manager, BT. LOCIB. C. M. SHEPARD, JNO.M. BEALL, Geu’l I’anß'r Agent, Ass'tGeul Pau r Agent. BOUILK. ST. LOLLS. GULF & SHIPISLAND ' RAILROAIUOMPANY Parlor Cara Between Jackson and Gulfport on Trains Nos. 3 and 4. PASSENGER SERVICE (Effective April 9. 1905.) No. 5. Daily. No. S. Dally. Lv Jackson 4:30 a.m 3:35 p.m Lv Hattiesburg 8:10 a.m 7:00 p.m Ar Gulfport ll:00a.m 9:50p.m Daily Ex. Sun. Daily. Ar Silver Creek . (311) 11:50 a.m. (301) 6:35 p.m Daily (No, 4) Daily (No. 6) Lv Gulfport 7:30 a.m 4:05 p.m Lv Hattiesburg 10:35 a.m 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. Dally. 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 mad® with Louisville & Nashville trains. For further information apply to, S. D. BOYLSTON, General Passenger Agent. The Starkville News INCORPORATED. Best Advertising riediuna in East fllssissippl. The City and County Official Jouraak Subscription SIOO Per Yenr Cash. Job Work of any Description Dose as Neatly and Artistically as in any City. Do You Want Letter Heads ? We print them at the followiaf prices, all neatly tabbed: PACKET NOTE SIZE. 6x9% inches. 100 1 7* 250 1 25 500 1 50 1000 S 60 LETTER SIZE. B%xll inches. 100 |1 01 250 X 50 500 2 $0 1000 3 60 Do You Want Envelopea ? W© furnish thexi at the following prices, with return card neatly printed n upper left quarter: No. 6% XXX WHITE. 100 1 250 X 28 500 1 76 1000 3 do At these .prices the goods Will be delivered to you with all charges paid. Address the STARKVILLE NEWS, Starkville. Miss. FOR INVALID COOKERY. Am Physicians Lay More Stress on Diet Than Drugs It Were Well for Housewife to Be Informed. No housewife can flatter herself on being an expert until she has mas tered the science of cookery for inva lids. Up-to-date physician# now lay more stress on diet than on drugs, par ticularly in a lingering illness. The convalescent from typhoid fever, ap pendicitis or any affliction of the bow els or stomach is practically at the mercy of her who presides over the cookery. One Philadelphia homemaker who has a large family of growing chil dren, has what she calls her sick room pantry. It is a well-lighted closet, in the rear of the second floor, equipped with a sink, running water, a gas stove and a comforting number of shelves. Here she keeps some dainty dishes, which,are just the thing to set off an invalid’s tray, including a bouillon cup, egg cup, individual plat ters, small, lightweight knives, forks and spoons, doilies, tray covers, rama kin dishes, small paper cases and agate ware cooking utensils. Here, too, she has her supply of clear fruit jellies, made in small glasses especially suit ed for invalid fare, and while her fam ily are delightfully healthy as a rule, there have been occasions when this little cupboard has been helpful to both mother and trained nurse. While few people, especially those who live in flats, apartments, or small cottages, can have so elaborate an equipment, it certainly pays in every household to set apart a few immaculate cooking utensils and dainty dishes for the use of the occasional invalid. The palate of the sick is peculiarly sensitive, and food cooked in the utensils employed for the family table sometimes carries an objectionable flavor to the bedside. For poaching an egg, use either a cup or a poaching jar, which can be secured at any house furnishing shop. The latter holds one egg and is sup plied with a snug fitting lid. If the jar is used, grease it lightly with fresh butter and break the egg into it; cover and set it in a small sauce pan with enough boiling water to reach at least half way up the out side of the jar. When set, sprinkle light I v with salt and pepper. Serve it in the jar, set on a plate, together with dainty pieces of golden brown toast. Clam Broth —For every dozen clams allow one pint of water, a dash of celery seed, a dash of pepper, half an onion, one bay leaf and a tablespoon ful of butter. Scour the shells of the clams aud rinse thoroughly in cold water. Lay them in a soup kettle and cover with a pint of water. Place them over a quick fire and the. mo ment they come to a boil remove them from the heat. Take each clam from its shell, being careful not to lose any of the liquor. Chop the clams and return them to the kettle with the juice, bay leaf, celery seed and onion. Cover and simmer for half an hour. Skim and strain. Add the but ter; heat and serve. Fresh cod is considered especially nutritious and is easily prepared. Boil half a pound of the fish and pick it apart in large flakes. Rub half a tea spoonful of butter into the same quan tity of flour in a granite iron pan. Add a small cup of milk and stir un til it begins to boil. Then add a dash of salt and pepper and the flaked fish. Stand this pan in a second^ re ceptacle filled with hot water until the fish is thoroughly heated. Serve in ramakin dishes or paper cases. To vary this very nutritious dish, add the yolks of two eggs with the fish and seasoning, or turn the creamed fish into a tiny baking dish, cover with bread crumbs and brown quickly in the oven. Minced chicken may be served in the same way, and next to fricassee, it is the best method of serving poultry. HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Buy your laundry soap by the quan tity and pile it in such a way as to leave open spaces between the bars in a dry room. The harder it gets the less it will wash away in using, while it does even more effective work. It is not the general custom to blue colored clothes, but Good Housekeeping says that no matter what the color it will come out the brighter if a little bluing is added to the last rinsing water or to the starch. Broken molds of lemon or coffee jelly can be remolded by warming the gelatine gently and turning it into a mold again. The gelaine should not be allowed to become Lot. as that gives it a disagreeable flavor. The reheating is best done in the double boiler. In sweeping a carpet make long, even strokes with the broom, not little jerky dal)S which are hard on the carpet and the wielder of the broom as well. Don’t sweep fi om one side to another, but from the edge* toward the middle. And don’t forget to raise the windows so that the dust Will blow out, if it can be managed. —Michigan Farm Journal* Jt9BSBS9BBSBBESSSBSaESBBSSSSS3SSS3SSaBS3SSB| m "?.westl Memphis, Kansas City or Chfcags mmmSSS mmmmmmmm mmmm SmSmSmS Through Service of tho Very Beet te 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 Homes eckerw GEO. H. LEE, Q. P. A T. A„ P. M. GRIFFITH, T. P. A., Little Rook, Ark. 847 Main 8t„ Memphis, Tonn. | Tit the Cotton Belt, from St. Louis, Thebe*, Cairo end Memphis, I first snd third Tuesdays of etch month, beginning October 21st. I I Hal! the One-Way Rate, plus $2.00; I I round-trip tickets, one fare plus $2.00, to points in Missouri, I 1 Arkansas, Louisians, Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territories. I I Write for particulars and cost of ticket from your home town. | I Tbe Cotton Belt rasa solid through train* to Texas, equipped with the I I most modern ana comfortable cars. These trains make quick time | i aud direct connections for all parts of the Great Southwest. ff ■ If you are seeking a better place tolocate, write for a free eopy of | S m handsome filnstrated booklets. Homes in tbe Southwest and S R W. C. PEELER. D. P. A.. Memphis, Tsno. W. 0. ADAMS. T. P. A.. Nsehrille. Teas. § || LO. SCHAEFER. X. Cmdnnsrt, t M. T. P. A,. Caire. ill. |f E 6 w*J FULL QUARTS and Luck Whiskey (Best on Earth) i FOR S3.BS—EXPRESS PREPAID. J. Grossman’s Sons Largest Wholesale Liquor Dealers South K O. Box 1178, New Orleans, La. P. S. —Write for our New' Price List —contains many bargains. iVVWVVVVVVWWWWVVi/VVV^ j; Choose Wisely ... ![ ]►' when you buy a SEWING MACHINE. You'll find all sorts and kinds at < I i [ corresponding prices. But if you want a reputable serviceable Machine, then take \ ► 8““ . WHITE. . 27 years' experience has enabled us to bring * * out a HANDSOME, SYMMETRICAL and 3 ► WELL-BUILT PRODUCT, combining in its make-up all the good points found on high < [ grade machines and others that are exclusively ] > WHITE, which will appeal to careful buyers. < [ All Drop Heads have Automatic Lift and beau- ] ► tiful Swell Front, Golden Oak Woodwork. We < [ sell only through our authorized dealers, who j will furnish our iron-clad guarantee duly counter signed by themselves. Beware of buying a J * White with a defaced or altered plate number. < * ► We do not sell to or through catalog houses. Vibrator and Rotary Shuttle Styles. [ OUR ELEGANT H. T. CATALOGS GIVE FULL PARTICULARS, FREE. \ [ h Dealers wanted la unoccupied territory • JAddress , i , i WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO., Jj ► S. B. KIRBY, Little Rock, Ark. CLEVELAND, °. S Planters House Starkvllle, Miss. Cor. LafayettS and Lumpkin Streets. Table supplied with the best the mar ket affords. GOOD COMFORTABLE BEDS. Lunches served at all times of the TERMS: $15.00 per month or $1 per lay. Single meals 25 cents. J. S. LANDER, Proprietor. v m I killthTcouch" AND CURE the LUNCS * <n Dr. King’s New Discovery rnn /CONSUMPTION Price FOR I OUGHSand 50c & SI.OO ISOLDS Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK.