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THE NEWS
PUBLISHED BY
THE NEWS PRINTING CO.
TELEPHONES
Otftei 315. * Editor's Residue* 221.
THOS. J. WOOD - - - Editor
Entered the Post Ofllca at Starkville,
Mississippi, as second class mall matter
Published every Friday. Subscrip
'jOl price SI.OO per year
FRIDAY, MAY 10, IVKtf
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
All announcement fees must be paid
in advance. r
ANNOUNCEMENT FEES.
District Offices sls 00
Representative 10 00
County Offices 10 00
Supervisor 5 00
Other Beat Offices ... 300
The is authorized to announce
the following candidates, subject to the
action of the Democratic party.
FOR LEGISLATURE
(EASTERN district)
J. W. NORM ENT.
(eastern District)
SPENCER H. HARRINGTON.
FOR SHERIFF.
T. G. JAMES.
J. J. HENRY.
FOR CIRCUIT CLERK.
H. H SIKES
P. G. SUDDUTH.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER.
E. A. BUCKNER
R. M. COTTON.
C. E. GAY.
FOR CHANCERY CLERK.
W. W. EDWARDS.
E. O. McILWAIN.
FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT
OF EDUCATION.
J. S. HANNAH.
W. H. MILLER.
S. J. W ALLACE.
FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR.
W. H. DURHAM
J. L. LUCAS.
D. B. JACKSON.
FOR SUPERVISOR DISTRICT NO. 4.
C. S. FONDREN.
R. E. HANNAH.
FOR SUPERVISOR DISTICT NO. 1
RA LAMPKIN.
HU GRIP-IT
| . Rr , does nq£ make yon sick or
jj V yB&BKn otherwise Inconvenience
' you: cures the worst cold
HJB^QWCK!
GRIP-IT cures ordlnsry
colds in 8 hours; the worst
n JM." ,y. I UBSBT colds In from 10 to 15
lIHHr hours. GRIP-IT trips the
£* fluDfejavV grippe. Contains neither
opiates nor narcotics. It
p ■■ !■ simply cures. Sold on
|l ■ I guarantee. Try it.
In P Don’t let the Grip DeyG
"■ grasp yon, with GRIP-11
R, at only 95 cts. a box. In
each box enough to cure
three colds. If, however,
you have neglected your
•olds anti] catarrh has attacked you, yon have
a malady worse than a cancer; and you need
PORTER’S CA-TARRH-O;
The sufferer, in the first stages of catarrh, can
Mean a half state of cleanliness by a frequent
oseof his handkerchief; but that dreadful
“dropping down” into the throat finally sets in,
SsSSSSS^StS^^t
PORTER'S CA-TARRH-O.
A single box will cure aU elthet
mitward through the nose orlnward into Mbs
'.end ffiSSEpt
Poixib MxniciKß Cos., Paris, Tena,
e* —
Men and brethren who owe
and have been owing the New
for several years, don’t fail to
pay up when you draw vour war
rants at court. Don’t if you please.
Colored brethrhn had a good
day for the celebration of the
Btb. of May. and all was quiet
and enjoyment throughout the
county*
jsTURGIS LOCALS]
MISS SALLIE BEVILI J
Mr. D. H. Sober, Mrs. Suber, and
little daughter were here shopping Sat
urday.
Mr. Sam Livingston, Jr. was hero
Monday to met his sister, Miss Nellie,
who attended the Teachers’ Association
in Gulfport.

Rev. J. A. Ellis passed through here
Monday afternoon.
Dr. Eckford was here Tuesday.
Mrs. Fannie Richardson,of Longview,
was purchasing millinery frow Miss C.
T. Hannah, Tuesday.
Master Edward Phillips is visiting
his aunt, Mrs. Laura Anderson, at Ed
wards.
Mrs. Sallie Ray visited her sister,Mrs.
Will Hutchinson last week.
Mr. George Adams and a widow
Adams were married a few days since.
Quite a large crowd is attending court
this week. Space will not permit us
to give names.
Miss Cramer Spiva is the guest of
Miss Bertha Mcllvaney this week.
The Ladies Aid Society had to post
pone their Sack Party on account of the
inclement weather. ■
We regret our having neglected tho
locals last week, but we were so very
busy preparing for the trip to Gulfport
that we forgot the locals until we were
speeding on our way. - .
Our party consisted of Prof. J. A.
Mcßeynolds, Miss Maggie Sullivan,
Miss Nellie Livingston, and your hum
ble correspondent “Miss Bevill.” We
left Sturgis at 7 o'clock p. m. Wednes
day and reached Gulfport at 4:30 Thurs
day p. m. We were conducted to the
home of Mr. David Hunt at Long Beaeh
by his two daughters,Misses Lily,Patty,
where we enjoyed a most delightful
stay of four days. Thursday night we
heard the welcome address and response,
then Lieut. Richmond P. Hobson ad
ressed the large audience at the Opera
House. Friday there was a general
discus'sion of the course of Study adopt
ed by our State. Very few changes
were suggested. Many leading educa
tors of Mississippi took part in this dis
cussion. Friday night the Normal
Training School was ably discussed by
Dr. F. B, Craighead, President of Tul
ane University, followed by Supt. Law
ton B. Evans of Georgia. This was in
deed a treat. There was no nodding or
whispering in the auditorium while this
illustrations speaker held the floor.
Bright, witty, spicy, yet full of common
sense. He is an artist at word painting.
One could see mentally the eager faces
of the children as they watched the
biddies come from the shell. Saturday
the excursion boats were launched and
| Coming! o Court? |
I THEN YOU’LL WANT I
I A SUIT OF CLOTHES, , I
I A PAIR OF SHOES, |
| A NEW HAT |
II Or something else in the Gent*s or Ladies* Fur-
nishing line* After you get the price and ex- ®
amine the goods at the other houses then call on
| M. ROSSOFF I
* sjfc
4 %
| Next Door to Post-Office.
f The place where you will find Bargains that will W
weset forth upon the.briney doep. For
three hours we floated upon therbroad
bosom listening to the flapping of the
sails and thinking, thinking, thinking.
Hiawatha in his birch-bark canoe pass
ed before unr mental vision; then the
c'ouds grew angry and a storm was on
the water, we heard “The last Hymn”
as the “singer dropped at last into the
deep blue sea.” Hut this was only a
dream for the water’s broad expanse
showed only a gleaming white cap here
and there while the sky above was
clear and calm. ’Twas an Ideal day for
such a trip. We saw the dunes on Cat
Island rise like snow clad mountain
peaks while further away to the left
the navy yard on Ship Island showed
plainly the light house and vessels in
the harbor.
Wnen nine miles out our vessel swung
’round and headed for the pier once
more. After landing and partaking of
a light luncheon we took a trolly car
for “Beauvoir.” There we saw the
Davis home in all its splendor Nothing
superficial but a simple elegance tiiat
displayed a refined taste One could
think naught,but noble,lnspiring thou
ghts within those white rooms or when
strolling beneath the shadows of those
ancient trees where the moss hangs in
profusion from their branches. It was
an heroic act for any man to give up that
home to fight, bleed and perhaps die.
Biloxi Is* the queen of the the coastal
cities. Its ancient houses surrounded bv
giant live oaks are very attractive.
We traveled for within sound of the
waves. Sunday we turned our faces
homeward and bade farewell to the
beautiful coast. As the train sped
along we could see the pine forests of
our south-land. Numerous saw mills
dotted the face of the country.
While waiting in Jackson for our
trains we visited the Insane, Blind and
Deaf and Dumb Institutes and the Cap
iotl.
There were about two thousand in
attendance upon the State Association.
Soon we shall meet again in our nor
mal schools. May the time come soon
when Mississippi will rank among the
foremost Educational States.
■■ -4 -
Prof. J.A. Lamb, principal and
able corps of assistants, Misses
Harrington. Richey and Perkins
have returned from the State
Teacher’s Association held at
Gnlfport last week. It was a
most pleasant, instructive and
pleasant occasion and greatly en
joyed by all. Miss Bell Pessly,
another accomplished teacher ac
companied the above mentioned
party.
m> m
Mr. J. J. Henry, candidate for
Sheriff, spent Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday at home mingling
with the people.
{tornado
Fire, Life, Acci-
I dent - Plate
i Glass and Cas
| uality Insur
| ance Solicited
I Representing some of
Ithe leading and stron
gest companies doing
business in the Unit- ;i
ed States, Office in
| HARTNESS k CO’S. GROCERY;'
J Store*
1 G.D. HARTNESS i
} Resident Agent.
| _nj_ir i.ui.rr_r
Many people throughout the
county have been in attendance
upon court.
Hon.vM. P, Bishop, of Oxford,
was here yesterday. He is a can
didate for Prison Trustee for the
Northern District, and a pleas
ant gentleman. He now holds
that position under the new law,
having been 'appointed by the
Governor;
Mrs. Charles Billingsly, of Ab
erdeen, returned home Wednes
day after having spent more
than a week with her sister, Mrs.
L. B. Camp.
We regret to report Mrs. L.
B. Cump yet quite sick with
Rheumatism, though it is believ
ed she is sone.vhat improved.
♦ • 1 —
The largest crowd greeted
Evaugelist Walt Holcolmb at the
Warehouse Revival last night of
any since the meeting began.
♦ ——
Rev. J. N. Hail preached a
Longview and Smyrna last Sun
day and both sermons were well
received.
■ ' #■ *
Mr.R. J. Warren, Deputy U.
S. Marshall, of *Baldwyn, was
here on business Wednesday e
vening.
PROFESSIONALS.
i) Hi i: a. saxon
Weal £state agent,
GULFPORT, - MISSISSIPPI.
REFERENCE: ANY BANK INGE EFFORT
I can give you Good Bargains.
Lots on Easy Terms.
S. J. WALLACE,
Fire, Life, Accident
- ? ahd~ Tornado
INSURANCE
Office in Oouit House —Supt.
of Education’s Office.
STARKVILLE, * MISSISSIPPI^?,
Wiley N. Nash,.
Attorney and Counselor at
and Solicitor in Chancery.
Starkville, Oktibbeha Couaty, Mia*
Ofioe Mat iid OeutbeoM flqtM
B. Frank Bell. G. Odik Daniel.
Bell & Daniel,
X_ia,-W3rers. i
Will practice in all the courts.
Money to loan on real estate. Terms
easy.
CAIRO®
MK COLUMBUS
fcCPIDiAN®
#KmSSs 1S ® J4C " SOM V'U*
TIME OF TRAINS AT
Starkville, Miss.
No. 41 dally Iv. at 10.10 A. M.
No-43 daily Iv.at. 1:55 P.M.
No. 45 dailv Iv. at 4:20 P. M.
No. 41 Arrive atArtesia. .. 10:50 A.M.
No. 43 Arrive at Artesia.... 2:35 P. M.
No 45 Arrive at Artesia 5:00 P. M.
Trains leave Artesia NORTHBOUND.
No. 2 leave 4:20 A.M.
No. 4 leave 5:24 P.M.
0 leave 2:55 P.M.
SOUTHBOUND.
No. 1 leave 1.37 A. M.
No. 3 leave 11:17 A.M.
No. 5 12:51 P.M.
R. v. Taylor, Jno. M. Beall,
General Manager, General Passenger Agent,
MOBILE, ALA. ST. LOUIS, MO.
NORTH BOUND.
No. 234 Arrives 9 10 a. m.
No,- 292 Arrives 2 18 p. m
No. 204 Arrives 7 32 p. m,
SOUTH BOUND.
No. 291 Arrives 9 20 a. m.
No. 203 Arrives T.... 9 10a. in.
No. 233 Arrives 6 13-p. m

Mesdames D. E. Slaughter,
J. W. Eckford. and Howard
Chilton have 2’eturned from Jack’
son, representatives for the local
Chapter of the Daughters of the
Confederacy, at the Convention
held this week, and report a
pleasant and profitable time.
Mrs. Slaughter is President of
the Chapter here.
■ ■
Two Johns, Messrs. John B
Perkins and John White, with
two car loads of choice milch
cows departed for Houston Tex.,
Wednesday. Don’t know that-we
would have known it but we saw
them looking a little shy at Ar*
tssia.

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