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Mr. Geo. Bostick spent Tues day here. News and Weekly Commercial for 11.25. Mr, R, TANARUS, Bell was here tra ding Monday. Clardy sells apples cheaper than anybody, Mr, Charley Seales was here Wednesday paying taxes. Mr. Rule Ellis was here Tues day looking after business. Two car loads of apples have got to be sold at Clardy’s. Mr. D. W. Outlaw, 3r. trans acting business here Tuesday. Mr. Y. A. Pearson was looking after business here Wednesday. The Best Flour on earth a> Clardy's. Hon. C. B. Hannah of Sturgis spent Saturday here on business. Rained Sunday night and fair ed off Monday morning. All kinds oof nuts and dried fruits on hand at Clardy’s. Mr. Parke Daniel was looking after his interests here Wednes day. Clardy’s stock is complete in everything handled in General Merchandise. * * IThe mountain of eggs cannot last always, at Clardy's. Rev. J. N. Hall will succeed Rev. W. A. Bowlin on the Stark ville Circuit. Read the News and Weekly S Commercial Appeal. Both for $1.25. Mr. R. L. Carpenter.of Agen cy neighborhood was here Wed > nesday. Mr. G. G. Sanders, of Agency neighborhood, was trading here Wednesday. Remember us for your Xmas Order. W. D. Hartness & Cos. iMr. Eugene Erwin was here Wednesday looking after busi ness. | Mr. Lem Edwards is now on a f visit to his brother, Mr. W. W. I Edwards. a Mr. Raymond Bell, of Durant, | spent Wednesday here with his | father’s family, Mr. J, G. Bell | Mr. J. A. Thomas merchant at | Adaton was attending to busi- Iness here Wednesday. Mr. George Gunn is suffering ■ very much with a sore hand in | which he has taken cold. I The large Christmas supply of leppies must go at Clardv s. § Mr. J. A. Yeates one of our Imost prominent farmers was I here Monday. I Messrs. W. H. Durham and J. |N. Gilhs of Sturgis, were here | Monday . transacting business. I. Messrs. Marion Brown and |W, H. Buck, of Bradley, were on | business here Monday. (Dr. H. R. Raymond preached to Dr. Dicken’s congregation last i Sunday night. - I Messrs. C, R. Sanders and Shelly Shropshire, prominent [merchants of Longv-iew were [here Monday. We care not how you suffered, tnor what failed to cure you, Rocky Mountain Tea t makes the puniest, weakest [ pecimen of man or womanhood trong and healthy. 35 cents. R. K. & F. L. Wier. Government* estimate 12,546, 800 teles. Hr. John Quinn, one of the efficient members of the Board of Supervisors was here on busi ness Monday. Mr. T. C. Vaugn one of Brad ley's prominent merchants was transacting business here Monday Mrs. J. W. Crumpton spent several days with her father Mr. Rufus Pondren and other rela t ves at Maben this week. Mr. J. A. Randle a member of the Board of Supervisors was transacting business here Tues day . We are receiving orders from Santa Claus, why not let us have yours. W. D. Hartness & Cos. Dr. W. E. Stiles returned from Birmingham yesterday morning where he has been for several days. Eggs have grown so high that you can’t see over the top of them, but the sooner you pur chase the better off you will be. We sell everything in the vege table line, also Raisins, Citron, Currants and Nuts of all kinds. W. D, Hartness & Cos. Mr. J. S. Kline, of St. Louis, a former citizen of Starkville arrived here Wednesday and spent several days among friends Don’t bother with making fruit cake, when you can get it all ready for the table at W. D. Hartness & Cos. Dr. J. L. Crigler was here Wednesday and we are very much pleased to know that he will soon move here and be one of us. Mr. L. M. Prichard was trans acting business here Wednesday and when he heard that cotton lost £3.80 per bale he called a halt. Mr. Frank E. Gottselig spent several days at home with his family this week, Mr. Gottse lig is one of our big hearted and most popular men on the road. Little Miss' Mattie Davis, daughter of Street Commisioner Davis, is sick with the fever and we join with others in the wish for an early recovery. Mrs. Lucy Ames has been quite sick for several weeks. Her condition is regarded quite serious, but friends hope for her improvement. Rev. T. Y. Ramsey passed through here on his return to Ark. from Conference at Corinth which he attended as a visiting minister last Monday morning. Messrs. H. J. Taylor and S. B- Green, two of Sturgis good and influential citizens were transact ing business here Monday. Dr. Marshall, the healing won der, has wonderful medicine for the cure of Rheumatism, Kidney and Bladder Trouble Call and see him at once. We were pleased to meet our old time friend, Maj. G. Wash Pinson, of Ackerman, here Mon day on professional business. Mr. Pinson is an excellent gen tleman and a, fine lawyer. Judge and Mrs. W. H. Rey nolds returned home from their visit in Arkansas and Louisiana last Friday evening. Also Mrs. H. H. Reynolds, who accompa nied them. We regret to lose Rev. W . A. Bowlin and good family. . Mr, Bowlin has been stationed at Sturgis for next year. He is a good man and a good preacher and Sturgis is to be congratu lated on having him, CHRISTMAS ANNOUNCEMENT. Watch for our great display of holiday goods. Every foot of available space in our big store will be filled with Christmas things and Santa Claus specialties. Select your gifts for young or old from our big stock, our prices will please you. 12-8-8 t R. K. &F. L. WIER. Messrs. Dero Saunders and Will Sudduth returned from Chicago and St. Louis Monday. Mr. Saunders steps around as a young boy, or one who has visi ted the *‘Fountain of Youth.” Both enjoyed their trip very much. Prof. J. S. Hannah of Self Creek neighborhood spent Saturday here looking after business. It is said that he will be one of sever al a candidate for county Super intendant of Education. If so he will make it interesting to them. Floods the body with warm, glowing vitality, makes the nerves strong, quickens circula tion, restores natural vigor, makes you feel like one born again. Hollister’s Rocky Moun tain Tea. 35 cents. R. K. & P. L. Wier. We learn with sadness of the death of Mr. J. E. H arlan| south of Longview at Mr. J. mill last Monday night.¥'lle*jtfici been with Mr. Bruce fwtHßvwal years in the capacity qftsavfyer. He was a good and upright tpac and has gone to his reward. Mr. W. W. Vann, vilie, is spending a few days with bis old friends in our city nhis week. Said he had tocomeijick to get a drink of Water .Valley water. —City Itemizer. Mr. J. H. Housthn, a splendid gentleman and a representative of The A. Gressett Music House, oldest and largest dealers in pianos and organs in the State, Meridian, spent several days in our prosperous city looking after interests. We are pleased to know that all who patronize this establishment are pleased and become friends. Our Methodist brethren will have anew pastor for next year in the person of Rev. R. H. B. Gladney. We have always re garded Starkville as one of the best charges within the confer ence and judging from the past the new pastor will be most cor dially received and treated with all consideration by the church and community. Rev. J. W. Dorman has been sent by the conference to Lex ington. His friends regret to loose him and his most estima ble family, but the decree has gone forth. Mr. Dorman is a most excellent man and a good, able and earnest preacher. The church and the good people of Lexington are to be truly con gratulated. Starksville’s loss is Lexington’s gain. HONOR BOLJL Will Woodson . $1 00 G. G. Thompson 1 00 C, H. Seales.,., 1 00 Go To a Furniture Store For furniture! Results are best obtained by prac tical application. If you wanted a barrel of flour, a ham or a pound of coffee you would not go to a furniture store to buy it, would you? Well, the same rule applies to buying furniture. We buy furni ture in large quantities, and, of course, can give you a better selection at closer prices than those who handle furniture in small quantities and as a side line; our Furniture Will Suit All. If you contemplate purchasing anything in the furniture line, come to see us—our stock is new and up to-date, and arriving daily. J. H. STILLMAN & CO., MASONIC TEMPLE. Cor. Main & Washington. Streets. ■ * Of course you pay your money, But you get your money's worth. For what does money mean to . you * When Rocky Mountain Tea’s on earth? R. K. & F L Wier. Judge J, G. Bell informs us of the death last week of Mrs. iMcrfy E. Stiles. She would have been 85 years old her next birth day, in January. She was the relict of the late John E Stiles and mother of Dr. Wm. E. Stiles and Mrs.* James Kibbler and Hon. James P, Stiles, of Bir mingham, Ala, with whom she made her home for the last six or eight years. She was one of very few surviving who were 50 years old residing in the old Choctaw Agency neighborhood when we took up our abode here. This good woman we might say constituted a part of the history of the County., She leaves sev eral step-children, numerous grand children and a long train of other relatives to mourn her loss. She for the greater portion of her life was a consistent member of the Baptist Church. The end was sudden, heart The many friends of the relatives will be pained to learn of the death and sympathize with them. Truly a mother in Israel has fall to sleep. Hon. A. A. Montgomery pres ident of the Board of Supervi sors was looking after busipe. s here Monnay. The municipal election was held last Tuesday and of course all nominees were elected. vai a quiet affair, some thirty odd votes cast, Mrs. |ames McCann was hero shopping Wednesday. Mr. A. Tanuenbaum was con fined to a sick bed Wednesday. Mr. J. D. Hollinshead, of Ok toe, was here Wednesday on bu iness. Polly Ward is upon t : e tick list and friends wish for her early recovery. Mrs Guy Richey and Miss Ada Cox returned from their vis it to relatives and friehds Tues day evening from Ackerman. Mr. T. H. Cox attended the Cooper and Hutchinson nuptials north of Sturgis Sunday and re turned home Monday feeling good to be there. Such occa sions are interest 5 ng to him no douot. The Home Talent in Jthe play of Miss Fearless & Company last Friday evning was a complete success in every way. About SIOO.OO was realized to be appro priated to the U. D. C. It is to be hoped that this is not the last. HOLLISTER’S flocky tanlaln Tea Nuggets A Busy Medicine for Busy People. Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor. A specific for Constipation, Indigestion. Elver and Kidney troubles. Pimples, Ectrema, Impure Blood. Bad Breath, Sluggish Bowels, Headache and Backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea In tab let form, 35 cents a box. Genuine made by Hollister Dkdg Company, Madison, Wis. GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE Wiiey N. Nash,, Attorney and Counselor at LmH and Solicitor in Chan eery* StarkviHe, Oktibbeha Comity, Wifa yffio* east • id© Courthouse ffnuoiW/ Read the News. Only 11.00 a year.