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• ■ PUBLISHED BV— THE MEWS PRINTING CO. TELEPHONES Office 215. Editor’s Residence 221. THOS. J. WOOD - - - Editor Our Motto: ‘‘Tell the truth —No matter whom it helps or hurts Entered the Post Office at Starkvllle, Mississippi, as second 'class mail mfcttor Published every Friday. Subscrip ted price 31.00 per year The Automobile on Main St. For special values hi knee pants go to Goodman Bros. Hon. R P. Washington was here Monday. Mr. Y. A. Pearson w T as trans acting business here Monday. For best shoes (to wear well) examine our complete stock. Goodman Bros. Mrs A. Z. Sanders visited her sister at Aberdeen, the latter part of last week, returned home Monday. * • For the best Lunch in town, the Red Automobile, B. R. Hen ry. .. ♦ What looks lise the greatest fair ever exhibited will take place here next Tuesday. Let eacii farmer exhibit something, let it be little or much. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wood visit ed in the hospitable home of Mrs. Wood’s parents, Mr. W. T. Wood son, at Sturgis Sunday. m i The Red Automobile on Main street, B. R. Henry, proprietor. He will serye lunches during the fair. M ss Ruth Wood, who has been visiting relatives at New Albany, Hattiesburg. Louisville and Ack erman, returned home Monday. ♦ Don't forget to read every Ad. in the News this week. Visitors may depend upon polite and fair treatment and goods as represen ted. Our advertisers could not afford to do otherwise. Mr. B. R. Henry’s Red Auto mobile, the popular lunch stand, is now wide open for those in need of his institution. Mr. G. W. Coleman, of South of Sturgis was here on business, spent Wednesday night and re turned home yesterday morning. For polite and quick service seek B. R. Henry. None but the best lunches served at live and let live prices. Don’t forget this. Mr. W. M. West, of South of Sturgis, a prominent saw mill man, spent Wednesday night in our town and returned home yesterday morning. Our stock of new and up to date merchandise is complete in every line. Give us a call. Goodman Bros. Miss Ruth Wood departed for Columbus Tuesday morning where she is visiting her sister, Mrs. S. O. Stewart and other relatives. Cox Kilpatrick. Mr. T. H. Cox of near Starkville and Mrs. Emma Killpatrick, of near Ack erman, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Tuesday at 10 o’clock a. m. We extend congratulations and unite with the many friends of the bride and groom for the choicest blessings of heaven and earth. meeting at Macedonia Church, four miles south of Sturgis, on the second Sunday in this month. A great meeting is anticipated. — The pain in Ma ! s head lias gone, She’s as happy as can be, Her health is right, her temper bright, Since taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea at night. R. K. & F. L. Wier. Several members of Abort Lodge No. 89, Masons, went to Sturgis yesterday morning to participate in the burial of Mr. Dallas' Weston who was buried with Masonic honors. Quite a number of other friends attended. If taken patiently and persis tently will releave the most ob stinate case of indigestion, con stipation, bad blood, bad liver no matter how long standing. That's what Hollister’s Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents Tea or Tab lets. R. K. & F. L. Weir. Dr. H. R. Raymond preached another most excellent sermon Sunday and to a much larger congregation than ordinarily. Our church should bo crowded every Sunday to hear this able and consecrated pastor. The only true constipation cure must begin its soothing, healing action when it enters the mouth. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea restores the whole system to a healthy, normal condition. 35cts. Tea or Tablets. R. K. & F L. Wier. We notice that quite a number of people are sowing Bur Clover seed. It wold not be a bad idea to set the old fields to Bermuda grass. The two make the finest pasture -in the .world. The money in the good pastures. We notice that Wier Bros, have these seed. ■ The Odd Fellows are taking a livelier interest in lodge meet ings than tor several months. Being election year no doubt in terf erred. Mr. H. H. Reynolds is now the N G. and is doing srood work. What he needs and desires, the support and en couragement of the officers and members and it is right and their duty to give him them The K. & L. of Honor met last Tuesday night with a large and enthusiastic membership. It has the largest membeaship of any order within the county and is continuing to secure new mem bers. It will meet on the 3rd Tuesday in this month when it will complete arrangements for the festival. Let all attend. Secure tickets for the lecture by Dr. Annie Walter Fearn of Soo Chow, China, for Thursday night Oct. iO, Mr. Glenn Mcllwain, of Ar tesia, spent Wednesday here in the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. McD. Mcllwain and re turned yesterday morning. Glenn is a good boy and we wish for him much happiness and prosperity. We were pleased to meet Henry Weiss (Clip) of the New Orleans Picayune upon our streets Wednesday. He has been for many years connected with this excellent and celebra ted paper, the oldest, with the largest circulation and altogether the most popular in the South. The paper betokens the popu larity and ability of its repre sentative. I TO MY FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS. iif E cordially invite you to call YV and see us while attending the Fair. We are in our new quarters with a large and complete stock of goods that were carefully selected in the Eastern markets. , Our prices are always the lowest consistent with good goods. | T. KATZ, Starkvillc, Mississippi. I THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY f2 18 BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE f FOR RATES APPLY TO LOCAL MANAGER CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. , INCORPORATED LETTER TO PROF. HERBERT, Starkvilie, Miss. Dear Sir: Will you give your Arithmetic class —and Algebra class—this problem? If average paint is worth Si.oo a gallon, and goes two-thirds as far as Dovoe, and wears half as long, what is Devoe worth pul on, wages being 53.50 a day and a day’s work a gallon of paint. The answer is £ll.BO a gallon; but don’t tell ’em that. Yours truly 43 F W Devoe & Cos. Mr. Carl Goodman and his lovely bride have returned from an extended tour in the West and Northwest where they spent their honeymoon for the last few months. .Their friends are glad to greet them. Mr. Good man has settled down to busi ness and will be glad to meet old friends and patrons at the popu lar store of Goodman Bros, on Main Street. % Mr. David Alston, of Mobile, is on a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sills Alston. He has been from' here for two years, though it does not seem so long. He is now an efficient employee of the post office there. We wish him great success and pro motion. Mr. C. .1. Heflin, near Bradley, returned from Money, Wednes day, where he was called on ac count of serious sickness of his brother, Mr. J. H. Hellin, who had been afflicted with rheuma tism for quite a while. He died .Sunday night at 10 o’clock and was buried Monday morning. He leaves several children and numerous relatives to mourn his loss. Mr. Heflin was born and reared in this County, but resid ed in the delta many years. Mrs. Jesse W. Fox, of Green ville, is visiting in the home of her parents, Capt. and Mrs. C. E. Gay * Be sure to see our line of Mens Boys and Childrens clothing be fore purchasing. Goodman Bros. *■ - The collection, Sunday the 6th at the Presbyterian Church will be for Foreign Missions. - H. R. Raymond, Pastor, Notice to Tax Payers. The lax books are now open m my office for the collection ol taxes for 1907. McD. Mcllwaix. Sheriff and Tax Col. Richey-Shropshire. Mr. W. W. Richey, of Starkvilie, and Mrs. Mary Shropshire, of Stur gis, were married at the parson age of the M. E. Church Wed nesday evening here, the pastor Rev. R. H. B. Gladney saying the beautiful and impressive words which made them man ahd wife. Their numerous friends extend cordial congratu hit ions and wish them much joy and bliss. ■ -- M. A. Brown, of Yazoo City, State Organizer of the Farmers Union addressed an enthusiastic assembly of citizens at the Court House Tuesday night. His ad dress was well received on all hands, a chapter of the order was organized. No doubt it will be one of the most influential if not the largest within the state. Out of the Usual. Services at the Methodist Church Sunday was in the in terest of the Millsaps College to increase the endowment fund. Messrs. W. W. Magruder, J. J. Gill and Prof. Hugh Critz were the speakers for the occasion and each made able addresses. We do not know the amount realized, but are sure that it met the expectation of all interested iu this great and most successful institution of learning, presided over by Rev. Dr. W, B. Munah whom we well know and as an old school mate. He is one of the most eminent divines and educators of the South of which there is no doubt. ♦ We have a few Sewing Mach ines left that we are anxious to close out. Call today and get a bargain. 9 27-2 t W. D. Hartness & Cos, The Passion Play will enter tain you. Perhaps you see it once* in a life time. At Old Opera House Friday and Satur day. Begins 7, 8 and 9p. m. ‘Admission 15 & 25c. ■#9 ' ' Mrs. W. H. Coleman, of Stur gis, was shopping here Thurs- Jday. rROFfSS'O'PI/i. i DR I. GK SAXOM | IReal Estate Hgent, GULFPORT, - MISSISSIPPI. REFERKNCK: ANV BANK IN OIIU-PORT I can give you Good Bargains. Lots on Easy Terms. S. J. WALLACE, Fire, Life, Accident and Tornado INSURANCE Office in Couit House—Supt. of Education's Office. STARKVILLE. ♦ MISSISSIPPI. ~ Wiley N. Nash, " Attorney and Counselor at Lr* and Solicitor in Chancery. Starkvilie, Oktibbeha County, Ml**. * Offioa a let ei do Courthouse B. Fiunk Bell. G. Odie Daniel. Bell & Daniel, I_ja-T7T3rers. Will practice in all tho courts. Money to loan on real estate. Terms easy. \ John J. Dennis, j*ATTORNEY AT LAW> STARKVILLE, MISS. STATION CAIRO (5) It, COLUMBUS SICRIDIAN^ #V /new^lmns 6 ® J4C " SO " ,u ‘ TIME OF TRAINS AT Stark vi lie. Miss No. 41 daily Iv. at . 10.10 A.MI No-43 daily Iv. at 12:10 P.M. • No. 45 dailv Iv. at 3 :55 P. M No. 41 Arriv'e atArtesia. .. 10:50 A.M No. 43 Arrive at Artesia,... 12:38 P. M. No 45 Arrive at Artesia .... 4:40 P. M Trains leave Artesia NORTHBOUND. No. 2 leave 3:27 A.M. No. 4 leave 5:11 P.M. No. ( leave 4:50 P.M. SOUTHBOUND. No. 1. leave 1.30 A. M No. 3 leave 11:29 A.M. No. 5 12:48 P. M. R. V. Taylor, Jno. M. Beall, General Manager, Geperal Passenger Agent, ST. LOUIS. MO. /gH||x 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 0 20 a. m. No. 203 Arrives 9 10 a. in. No. 235 Arrives. .0 13 p. tu Money to Loan on Improved Farm Lands. We are in position to place loans on easy terms, 1-10 annual ly for five years at 8 per cent, interest on improved farm lands, without commissions. Come to see us when you are in need of money. Bell & Daniel, Attys. H. T. Saunders, Inspector. 4 9-27-601 Mrs. Jennie Mallory departed for Texes Mondav morning via Ills. Cent. R. R. for an extended visit to friends and relatives.