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THE STARKVILLE NEWS.
VOLUMN VL Goy. Vardanian Ad dressed Tate Voters. Governor Vardaman spake Monday to one of the largest au diences that ever assembled in Senatobia. His address was in the interest of his candidacy for the United States Senate. He spoke at the Opera House with a seating capacitp of 600. This largest hall in the city, could accommodiate the crowd and i:large number had to leave be cause there was not standing room He discussed at some leng th the tariff. He announced that he is opposed to government ownership of- railroads. He dis cussed this question fully and showed the people are not ready for the question. He concluded I read in the Ackerman Sun Where John and Jim were running some; I think John’s got a load to “toat” He’ll never be elected without the working man's vote. Something else I want to say. Most all working men will vote for Jas. K.; John and Jim run a race, John fell down and Jim got the place. So you see John “aint” in it For Jim is going to the Senate; John says he belongs to the minority; Jim says he wants the majority. It used to be when the capitalists said it, The working man obeyed it; But now it looks very funny. At the poles he says he dosen’t want your money. Now Mr.candidate, do all you can, To get the vote of the working man. There was once a time, When you could get them for a dime. So the Snn trys to cut a figure, And knock Jim out about the nigger. So John and Jim are still in the race Jim will bo elected and John fall from grace. Good deal said about white linen and long hair, My notion is they’ll both get there. The Ackerman Sun sets their fate, And says Jim won’t meet John in joint debate, So be good boys on election day, And cast your vote for James K. . (Vardaman) B. F. Tomlinson, Stugis, Miss. jpe had a pleasant call from o Scott condidate for 5 o "k ■>< • B , bounty for the Northern * ster . Mr. Scott is well and Pistric • , n tb . s county faV ° f many friends who will haVlD rt him must enthusiasticly. doubt, agree that if he is A “’ D , he w ill make such an i eteCl T M will serve the people official a good man l efficient V- in the higher t N Bridges returned MfS ‘ home lh Starkville after ber . _ the winter here with spending M Mes dames Chas. ur-w" ft,,rtek “**"* °' b er return. his discourse by showing the im portance of the repeal of the 15th and modifying the 14th amend ments. The Governor stated that he believed this was by far the most important question con fronting the people of the South. He promised, if elected, that his efforts w r ould be directed to such legislation and he certainly would succeed in keeping the import ance of such legislation before tire people. His address was concluded by a beautiful tribute to the ladies, Gov. Vardaman has many friends in the county and his visit here Monday in creased the number. —Senatobia Democrat. N. A. Adams, Jr. of Sturgis neighborhood, paid us an appre ciated visit Tuesday. Prof. C. Y. Scroggins, a sub stancial friend of the News, is on the Jury this week and called to see us. - Miss Lula Butler, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. M. M. Moore, at Hattiesburg for several weeks, returned Sunday evening accompanied by Mrs. Moore and children. Mrs. Jerome Richardson, after several week’s visit in the home of parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Ames, departed "for her home, Mineral Wells, Tex., Monday Evening. STARKVILLE, MISS., FRIDAY, 211 AY 10 1907. GENERAL !|! a u. r. o Imo T ANARUS, merchant, i H ||| Dealer in Dry Goods , Groceries, Hard wares in fact everything that is carried in || stock in a General Merchantile Establish ment. Si | QUICK SALES! SM || ill And make room more goods- II REMEMBER that I make it a special feature to buy all your Country Pro such as: |1 |l Chickens, Ejrfirs.Butter, Ginseng - M i| Beeswax, Hides and Furs. . ijnie P.L ny I exchange goods at the lowest cash price or pay the CASH MONEY in hand for your Produce. jV Come and inspect my stock fot yourself. Iguaran |jp tee satisfaction in all transactions. II |i| T T? Qrp *pv Genwal' Bradley, gl J r . AUI e s//>/>/• WE Are handling the Old Reliable Snow Drift FLOUR ONE BARREL WILL MAKE YOU A Customer $5.25 Per Barrel. W.D. Hartness & Cos. STAKKVIL.LB, MISS. Subscription in advance. Salesmen Wanted To look after our interest in Oktibbeha and adjacent counties Salary or Commission. Address Lincoln Oil Cos., Cleveland O. —.#>> -m The following are so me of th candidates who were here Mon day and presented their claims to the dear people of Oktibbeha county. G. D. Edwards, Attala County State Treasurer. J. T. Senter, Lowndes County, R, R. Commissioner. W. T. Covington, R. R. Com missioner, Quitman County.. W. G. Stovall, Chicasaw Cos. R. R. Commissioner. W. R. Scott, WebesterCo., R. R. Commissioner. Leroy T. Taylor, Lee County, Trustee Penitentiary. W.J. Miller, Panola County, Insurance Commissioner. Miss Grace and Master Harry Wood have returned from Brooks yille, where they visited in the home of their brother, Mr. J. C. Wood. Power of Prayer. What we have had to say about the meeting has all been written before this, which we do on our return from the 10 o'clock A. M. Service, Thursday. We think we heard delivered by Mr. Holcomb the* most powerful sermon on The Power of Prayer, we ever listened to. It was the power of prayer that released Peter from the prison house and we truly and sincerely believe that it is the power of prayer that can and will deliver us from the prison house of sin. We feel that the people are taking a lively intei est and the demonstrations will soon follow. Master Era Woodson, of Stur gis, spent Sunday night with his friends Harry and Kellis Wood, on his return from Brooks ville, where he visited the fami ly of his sister, Mrs. J.C. W ood. Mr. Bunk Rainy, Sargent of the Rankin State farm, was here yesterday on business. His many friends were glad to greet him. Hon. E. F. Noel. According to appointment Hon. E. F. Noel addressed a very large crowd at the com t house last Monday in the fore noon. It is unneccessary to say that his speech was able. He is is too well known to need any boosting. He made new friends here and his speech was well received. His friends feel con fident that he will be the next Governor of Mississippi. Whe ther or not our choice, he will make a splendid Governor. Mr. J. J. Henry of Starkville, was in the city Monday morning. —West Pt. Advertiser. Many a married man acquires a will of his own hy hiring a law yer to write it for him. If you have more money than you need you will have moue friends than you need. Double Spring News By “Blue Eyes”. M Lee Colston and John Rus som are gone to their home m Holly Springs. Mr. Byers and family were pleasant visitors in the home of Mr. Galvan Edwards Friday night. We are haying bad weather on crops now. People will not get a stand of cotton. Mr. Dave Gragg is out again. We are are sorry to note that Mrs. Belle Bell went fishing and ate so much it made her sick. Mr. Elizabeth Fulgham was the pleasant visitor at Mr. P. W. Bell's Sunday. Yazoo-Mississippi Valley. Is the title of anew pamphlet now ready for distribution and published by the Illinois Central Railroad Company It describes in detail the resources and possibilities of the richest valley In the United States. For a free copy address the undersigned at Manchester, lowa. J. F. Merry, General Immigration Agent. JOB W OJJ K NEATLY EXECUTED ....AT THE.... NEWS OFFICE Telephone 215. NOTICE. Any information as to the heirs of Ceilia Fox or Clara Raines, or their whereabouts will be gladly received They have an interest in the estate of 11. Danghcty, deceased, Address, Hell & Daniels, Attys., • • Starkville, Miss. [To run until Sept. 9, 1007.] VARDAMAN. It was thought last Saturday evening and so promulgated that Governor Vardaman would be here last Monday, but he had business of an imperative nature in his official capacity which de prived him of the great privil ege and debassed so many of the great pleasure of having him. Business of the State must be first looked after. This course has endeared the Governor in the hearts of the people, and will land him safely into the U. S. Senate. 4 Mr, G. R. Edwards, Jr., can didate for State Treasurer paid us a pleasant and an apprecia ted visit. NUMBER 8