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m O V 1 .1 A You need a box of Mole Killer t o protect your growing vege tables. 25 cents a box. T. Gillespie. I The News and The Issue for 12 00. I OUUA ! Mr. W. A. Ames has one of the finest gardens in town, he I . had a mess of english peas for J his Sunday dinner. Mrs. Walter Scales, of Stark- and Mrs. Walter Trotter, •of Winona, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs. James Lipscomb. — Columbus Dispatcn. Prof. P. P. Garner left this ?ek for Little Rock to attend educational convention. The ' Invention will take an excur- I; nto Hot Springs. o u i j a Hr Mr. T. M. Vaughn and Master jfDlgar, of Bradley, were visitors ■here Wednesday. m|Mrs. W. H. McCann and ughter, Miss Luc} t , visited i®iends here Wednesesy. • I Hon. W. W. Magruder came 1 op from Jackson Wednesday and Peon tinned his trip to Aberdeen I on professional business. | Mr. W. F. Pierce left for Mem | phis, Wednesday to accompany i Mrs. Pierce home, she having j been there several weeks for medical treatment. The lower house of the legis lature has passed a law taxing dogs, This will insure thorough bred animals. - John T. Carter was convicted ast Tuesday, of manslaughter, for killing Dr. Wendel at Clop ton House in Aberdeen. Hon, R. P. Washington return ed from Jackson, Wednesday, where he spent several days this week. We had a tine shower Satur day evening and much more rain during Monday night all of which came in good time and proved very beneficial. The prospects are still good for tine crops. Hon. Frank A. Critz and daughter, Mrs. Carlisle Campbell of West Point attended the bur ial of his sister, Mrs. Ruth Yeates Monday. ♦♦♦ • Misses Mamie and Lida Critz came from West Point to attend the interment of their aunt, Mrs. Yeates, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Owen are ‘'the proud parents of a beautiful baby girl, who arrived Sunday \morning to bless their home. |Miss Osie Jordan, who teaches anßell School House, spent Sat urday and Sunday with friends in mhe city. ,Mesdames W. W. Scales, A. B. Hairington, Whitman Davis, Dero Saunders and Susie Thom as and Miss Sue Pearson attended the annual meeting of the Woman’s Home Mission Society at Columbus this week. U. C. V. REUNION, MOBILE, ALA. APRIL 26-28. Apropos of the approaching Reunion of United Confederate Veterans, the Mobile & Ohio Cos. is distributing a handsome folder discriptive of Mobile, the Reunion City for 1910. Mr. John M. Beall, G. P. A., Mobile & Ohie R. R. rSt. Louis, Mo., will be pleased te mail you ft copy on request. Subscribe for The Starkville News and keep up with the coun ty News. —— OUUA OB. — The Pains of Women Which result from a disordered condit ion of the womb and its appendages can usually be cured by the timely use of great Southern Remedy VIN-O-VITAS, made by the Granger Medicine Cos., of Chattanooga, Tenn. This remedy has been a standard in many families in the Southern States for many years. It cures the various ailments peculiar to women and gives them bouyant health. If you are “all run down” and have pains and irregularities, VIN-O-VITyE will will give you good service. Every woman should have it on hand. You may need it at any time. Druggists sell it at SI.OO per bottle. Send for book of particulars. The Sanitary Barber Shop, owned by D. C, Morton, is offer ing 10 Bath tickets for SI,OO. Now, what do you think of that? Ten cents per bath. Mr, O. P. Turner, of Sturgis, was a monday visitor. Miss Lucy Dawkins left for Meridian Tuesday, where she will visit relatives. Mrs. J. A. Martin left for Greenwood Wednesday, where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Will Vardaman. Miss Alma Collier left this Week for Greenwood, where she will spend some time. Mr. R. R. Cox, of the Tenn essee Paper Cos., of Memphis, paid the News a pleasant busi ness visit Monday. Brand New Remington Type writer, latest model, for sale at bargain, apply to The News’ Office. For Sale. Vegetable and ornamental plants at the Cedar’s Green House. Phone 77. ■# ■ - - Capt. and Mrs. Chiles, depart ed last Monday for Lauderdale. Capt. Chiles will run the famous and popular health resort there this season. We can state for all that for a most pleasant and happy time, it will be found at Lauderdale Springs, for no man knows better how to entertain than Capt. Chiles. Suppose you own taxable prop erty amounting to SI,OOO, how much would it cost you per year for the first liye years to build roads under the bond issue? Ans —1 -13. How much the next twenty years? Ans. $1.86 for the sixth year and decreasing an nually each year thereafter. Would all the bonds then be paid? Ans. Yes. Ring 175 for all kinds of dressmaking in the latest styles. Put in your Easter order now. Mrs. Lorena Cox. Look Well to Your Kidneys Kidneys diseases come on slowly. Its march is indicated by cloudy or highly colored urine, pains in the back, fre quent urinating at night, dry tongue, thirst, etc. Don’t neglect these sym ploms, but use U-RA-CURA and be re lieved of all these symptoms. Many have been cured of Kidney and Bladder troubles with this remedy. Druggists sell it at 50 cents and SI.OO per bottle. Send for booklet of particulars. Granger Medicine Cos., Chattanooga, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Erwin, who spent tne winter with their son, Mr. J. B. Erwin at Waddill, La., on their return home spent a few days with Mrs. Erwin’s sister at Inverness in the Delta, which visit was cut short on ac count of the sickness of their little grand daughter at Pheba, We are glad to see Mr. Erwin looking so well. He gained twenty pounds during bis ab scence. r You can’t say of a rolling stone that it gathers no remorse. S. S. Hudson, of Vicksburg, has been appointed Attorney General by Governor Noel in place of Hon. J. B. Stirling, re signed. The members of the Starkville Bar have endorsed Mr. M. A. Saunders for County Attorney, who will receive the appoint ment should the law be passed as now pending in the legisla ture. Mr. Saunders is a bright young attorney and would make an able prosecuting officer. Misses Hattie Pearson and Allie Matthews finished a very successful term of school at Sturgis this week and returned home Wednesday. Misses Wilkie Williams, Clara Lewis and May Bevill were vis itors to Columbus this week and attended the meeting of the Woman’s Home Mission Society. Rev. R. E. Wilkin left Friday afternoon to attend a meeting of his presbytery, which convenes next Tuesday at Sparta, 111. He expects to be absent for one week. There will be no preaching at the U. P. Church next Sabbath. Mr. G. W. Hunter, of Atlanta, has joined Mrs. Hunter here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, M. W. Stanton. . Old friends are glad to see Mr. Hunt er. Mr. C. F. Montgomery has erected a magnificent picture tent on Jackson St., with good substantial floor and brick pillars. It U better suited for photogra phy than a house. Starkville still improves. The Regina Harrison Lee Chapter U. D. C. will hold their monthly meeting next Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock, tne home of Miss Ethel Smith. A full attendance desired, as it will be the election of officers. For Sale. White Wyandotte and Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, at 61.00 for 15. J. H. Stillman. A man should make sacrifices keep clear of doing wrong; sac rifices won’t undo it when it is done. A talkative man is apt to be as good natured as he is foolish. The face that lights up in con versation is not necessarly lan tern jawed. Quit talking about your neigh bor and take a closer view of your own faults. Lots of our good intentions die from lack of nourishment. Miss Minnie Washington has closed her term of school at Bradley and is now visiting her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Boykin, here. Rev. B. P, (Jhastaine, Cumber land Presbyterian minister ot Columbus, preached to his con gregation here Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Chastaine is a splendid gentleman and a good preacher. Mrs. Gertrude Boykin has been quite sick this week. Mesdames James and Lon Clardy, of Adaton, were shop ping in our city Tuesday. County Treasurer, E. A. Buck ner spent several days in the city this week on official business. The Maben Press will print the proceedings of the Board of Supervisors for another year. Mrs. W. W.* Scales, Jr., who attended the Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the Woman's Home Mission Society at Columbus, as its president returned home Wed nesday after a most pleasant and profitable time. Mrs. Scales was reelected president. Dead. i The remains of Mrs! Ruth Critz Yeates, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. G. Chand ler, at Birmingham Sunday aft ernoon, arrived over the M. & O. Railroad at 5:25 Monday even ing and interred immediately afterwards in Fellowship Ceme tery, Rev. W. S. Harrison offici ating assisted by Dr. H. R. Raymond. The remains were accompanied by her son and daughter, Mr. Jesse Yeates and Mrs. Chandler, both of whom re side at Birmingham. These two with Mrs. C. E. Aid. of Stark ville, constitute her immediate family who survive her, also three brothers, Hon. F. A. Critz, of West Point; George E. Critz, of Robert Lee Texas; and Samuel B. Critz. of Starkville, and three sisters Mrs. J. L. Fu. trell, of Hollister, Cal.; Mrs. W. O. Page and Miss Kate Critz, of Starkville and a large connection of relatives are left to mourn her less. A noble, Christian woman has past from death unto life. There is no loss comparable to that of a dear mother, the best and truest friend of earth. The News joins their many friends in sympathy for the be reft in this their hour of great sorrow and grief. Convention of Woman’s Home Mission Society at Columbus. The resolution giving women a full voice in the management of the affairs of the Methodist Church was endorsed by the con ference of the Woman’s Home Mission Society of the North Mississippi Conference, which closed its session at Columbus Wednesday. Should the general confer ence decide to make the change in the organic laws of the church as recommended, women will be eligible to election as Stewarts, trustees and all other offices which under existing regulations are held only by men. Sardis was selected as the I Zee Zta/bes 8 j We are running delivery 8 B wagons and the following is || the rates: M SFrom 25 to 100 lbs. l-2c per pound. 25 pounds for 15c; 6 Less quantities at 1? per pound. IPositiT7-e137- rro Zee ■will Toe M ■o.rLd.ar a,n.3r cir- M sterxees ■witlroir.t tidr-sts or || tire casli. . || Books may be procured from wagons or at our store. Sk The Ice House will be open on Sunday from 7.t0 11 a.m. gf for those who need ice, but will not deliver elsewhere. §1 J. H. SMITH & CO. I Store Phone No. 96„. Ice House Phone No. 244. I *• ' | Call upon or write me for estimat , i* ✓ < PROFESSIONAL M. A. SAUNDERS, Attorney at-Law, Office up-stairs over postoffice Starkvllle, Mississippi. Dr. Hunter L. Scales Physician and Surgcc* •TARKYIUJC, VIOL f, Fk— m 242. Pilot ctt potto^WbJ Wiley N. Nash Alton*? and Counselor at Law tol Solicitor in Chancery •TARKVILLE, \ Oktikbcka Count/, MiMinippC Office Mt of Square* ttkphoa* reel de nee. \ — ■ wUI J. W. Norment AT LAW* STARK VTLLB, MISS. Attention to collection of rlitrso \ B. Fiaick Bell a. Osii DiJPi Bell & Daniel LAWYERS Will practice in all tko courts. Mono/ to loon on real Mtttt, Tones way- For a Good. Clean Shares Hair Cut, Shampoo ao d Shine, call at • • • • Sanitary BarberSlwp Up-to-date bath room hi sonnsetion. Whit* bac hers in attendance* place for holding the next an nual meeting, and the following officers were elected for the en suing year: President, Mrs. Wal ter Scales, Starkville; first vice p-“sident, Mrs. L. C. Short, C '(no; second vice president, Mrs. William Trotter. Winona; thjrd vice president, Mrs. C. B. Va-ice, Batesville; correspond ing secretary Mrs. L. M. Broyles Cvinth; recording secretary, Mrs. A. Bliss. Lexington; treas urer, Mrs. W. W. . Williams, Lex ngton; superintendent of press work. Mrs. O. W. Bradley, Holiy Springs: superintendent of supplies, Mrs. Susie Thomas, Starkville.