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BY— THE NEWS PRINTING CO. TELEPHONE Off In 215. Emir’s Residence 221. THOS. J. WOOD - - - Editor Our Motto: 44 Te1l the truth —Ao matter whom it helps or hurts” Entered the Post Office at StarkvilU Mississippi, as second class mail mallei Published every Friday. Subscrlj ton price SI.OO per year BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Starkville, Miss., May 3,1910. Honorable Mayor and Board of Aldermen of the City of Starkville, met in regular sea slon, in the Mayor’s Hall, this the 3rd day May, 1910, at 8:00 p, m., all officers and mem bers being present,except Alderman Howard. The Minutes of the previous meetings wer* read and adopted and the following buslnes transacted. oo o o MAYOR’S report for the month of April, 1910. Fines assessed sls 5 Fines Collected 56 0 Difference is for fines assessed during prev ious months. Respectfully submitted, H. A. BEATTIE. Mayor. Ordered by the Board that said report be received and spread upon the Minutes, oo o o COLLECTOR’S report for the month of April, 1910. For water service 389 2’* For light service 689 01 City Accounts 3 70 Privilege Tax 1 3i Street Tax 30 Ut Pound Pen I 25 Total 1063 5k Turned into Treas. 11,063 53. Res pec tfu 11 ySub m i t ted W. O. PAGE, Col. Ordered bv the Board that said report be received and spread upon Minutes. oo o o The Supt. of Water and Light Plant and Street Commissioner’s reports were read anti ordered spread upon Minutes, j oo o o Nason moved and Gladney seconded that Mayor Beattie be authorized to have lot graded for concrete walk on the short street that runs from Main to Lapmkin, in a man ner satisfactory to city and agreeable to Messrs. Ard and Sessums. oo o o The Committee appointed to make loan for new road reported satisfactory OO o o Bridges moved and Gladney seconded that Mayor and Clerk be authorized to make sc'd loan when the money is needed, to be divid ed equally among the 3 banks if same rat? could be secured, the warrant to be drawn on the Gen. Imp. Fund. All voting yea. oo o o Dr. H. L. Scales asked that hill near his residence be graded. The matter was re ferred to Street Committee to investigate and report at next meeting. All persons inter ested In same will be expected to be present. oo o o Bridges moved and Nason seconded that a two inch water main be laid trom Curry St. to Carpenter St. on Jackson St., and one Inch pipe from there to J T. Jones’ provided Mr. Jones takes water. All voting yea. oo o o The Board considered the matter of elect ing three Election Commlsssoners to revise the City Registration Books, F. L. Wier. F. L. Hogan and GeorgeGunn were put in nom ination and unanimously elected. oO o o Col. T. J. Wood appeared before the Board and in a few well chosen words presented Mr. R. B. Neal, who in a short talk extended a cordial invitation to allCityOfflcials to at tend an entertainment then in progress, given by the Knights and Ladles of Honor; The invitation was accepted and a vote of thanks extended them: oo o o Mr. Geo. Gillespie asked that water pipe be extended to his residence. The matter was referred to W. and L. Committee to in vestigate and report at next meeting, oo o o There being no further business the Board adjourned. W. O. PAGE, H. A. BEATTIE, Clerk. Mayor. A Frightful Wreck of train, automobile or buggy may cause cuts, bruises, abrasions,!sprains or wounds that demand Bucklen’s Arni ca Salve-earth’s great healer. Quick re lief and prompt cure results. For burns, sores of all kinds, eczema, chapped hands and lips, sore eyes or corns, its supreme. Surest cure for piles. 25c. at ail druggists. Miss Mai Evans, who has been practically the manager of the Kimbrell Hotel m Meridian, was arrested as she was leaving the city with several trunks contain ing silverware, etc. Later she was released on bond. It devel oped that she and one of the owners had planned to thus moye this property to outwit the other owner, following a disa greement. Mrs. Tracy Green, who more than a month ago mysteriously disappeared from her home in Columbus, has been heard from in Sapulpa, Okla., where she is apparently happy, notwithstand ing she left a husband and sever al children, who know of no reason why she should have left. I nnH’T Cimiß WHEN YOU CAN GET RELIEF I I 1 vUrrtl |t Cures When All Others Fail B I BREEDEN’S | RHEUMATIC CURE | NEVER FAILS M I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED ■ B Salisbury, Sub Station, No. 2, Aug. 16, 1908 K] ■ North Carolina, Rowan County B B I, J. L. Rufty, the Deputy Sheriff of Rowan County B B have been suffering with Rheumatism for ten years, have B B been confined to my bed part of the time, could not sleep B at nights and went to Hot Springs, Ark., for six weeks but B ■j still got no relief. I have used five bottles of Breeden’s B B Rheumatic Cure and after taking same I can sleep at nights, B B walk as good as ever and do all my work. B B J. L. Rufty, Deputy Sheriff. B I Sold Evwywhera. Ask Your Dooler for a Sample Bottle H I SI.OO PER BOTTLE, OR SIX BOTTLES FOR $5.00 H B For further information, write Information Dept. u J BREEDEN MEDICINE CO., Chattanooga,Tenn | W> FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS J- GUARANTEED TO SATISFY PURCHASERS, )\ FROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS. ’ 1 .aRIYjCRSEYW * KEFLEtO. CHARLESTON UROtTYPE H• < K3BRIN AUOI AT AT I I KEB, "sHOKTSTI l\ The Earliest WAKEFIELD. The Earlie.l A little lat.r FLAT DUTCH // \\ Cobbage Grown. Jd Earlieil flat Head Variety. than Hurceuion. Larfeat and Latex Cabbage J / TRADE MARK COPYRIGHTED f Paid in Capital Stock $30,000.00. Established 41 Years. I We grew the first FROST PROOF PLANTS in 1848. Now have over twenty thousand | satisfied customers. We hare crown and sold more cabbage plants than all other persona in the I Southern states combined. WHY? Because our plants must please or we send your money back. | Order now; it is time to set these plants in your section to get extra early cabbage, and they are ( . the ones that sell for the most money. We sow three tons of Cabbage Seed per season Plants, Fruit trees and ornamentals, [j Write for free catalog of frost-proof plants of the best varieties, containing valuable informa tion about fruit and vegetable growing. Prices on Cabbage Plants:—ln lots of 500 at $1.00; 1.000 to 6.000 $1.50 per thousand; 5.000 to 9.000 $1.25 per thousand: 10.000 and over SI.OO per thousand, f. o. b. Youngs Island. Our special express rate on plants is very low. Wm. C. Geraty Cos. # Box 188 Youngs Island, S. C. * Napoleon’s Grit. Was of the the unconquerable, never say-dle kind, the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold, cough or lung disease. Suppose troches, cough syrups, cod liver oil or doctors have all failed, don’t lose heart or hope. Take Dr. King’s New Discovery. Satis faction guaranteed when used for any throat or Inng trouble. It masters stub born colds, obstinate coughs’ hemor rhages, lagrippe, croup, asthma, hay fever and whooping cough, and N the most safe and certain remedy for all 1 bronchial affections. 50c. SI. Trial bottle free at all druggists. The A. & M. C. The A. & M. College Com mencement exercise begin next Sunday and will be all absorbing and interesting for several days. It is anticipated that the attend ance will be very large and many visitors from abroad. Hon.L. M. Adams, of the law firm of Daniel & Adams, of Ack erman, was an active practioner in the Circuit Court here the greater portion of the week and quite a familiar figure in our courts. Mr. Adams is a splendid gentleman and most excellent lawyer. Mr. S. H. Harrington, of our county, who resides at Maben. was in attendance upon the Cir cuit Court looking after the in terest of clisnis. Hon. W. J. Daniel, of Acker - man, one of Choctaw’s leading lawyers was engaged in the Cir cuit Court here yesterday. Mr. Daniel is of the law firm of Daniel and Adams. Effective June 1, 1910. Mr. G A. Griffin is appointed Trav eling Passenger Agent for the Mobile & Ohio R. R. Company, with headquarters at Meridian, Miss. Rev. Dr. W. B. Murrah, for years president of Millsaps Col lege at Jackson, was on Monday elected a member of the College of Bishops of the Methodist church. H e thereby becomes practically the successor of the late Bishop Chas. B. Galloway, whose death occured more than a year ago. Gov. Noel has declined to dis cuss a rumor to the effect that he is grooming himself to enter the race for congress in the third district against Hon. Ben Humphreys, of Greenville. Hon. D. W. Houston, a leading lawyer of the Aberdeen bar, w ? as a familiar figure in Circuit court today. We are always glad to meet this genial and courteous gentleman. Col. and Mrs. J. A. Wiggs were town visitors yesterday. The Louisville and Nashville Rail Road Cos., will erect anew depot at Pencacola, Fla . to cosi $250,000. Tho grounds cost nearly $200,000., will extend through five blocks and a half block deep. This company is not waiting for the completion of the Pana ma Cannal, but will be ready up. on its completion for import and export business. The Gulf cost will be more benefited by the Cannal than any other section, in fact the entire South. - The State Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias closed its session at Greenwood, and will meet next year in Jackson. Nearly 309 Elks are attending their annual convention at Natchea. % Mexican Mustang Liniment For Poultry Ills. Try it before you apply th< hatchet to a sick fowl. It’* cheaper and more satisfactory Poultry raisers have found i) am unfailing remedy for Roup Pip, Canker, Gaps, Scaly Leg*) Swelled Head and Eyes, etc* This testimoay prtves it. * Cambridge Springs, Pa. jEntlemen I will tell you of a cure I made lasi week with Mexican Mustang L,ini* tnent. Had a hen so bad from a coldthal her ears were swollen out as large as £ hickory nut and full of matter and thicl pus. Applied Mexican Mustang Linimem tour times and to-day turned her out will the flock a well hen. Last Winter cured i eery bad case of canker with three appli :ations. I use it for nearly everything. Respectfully yours, 'H. L. LAMB Full directions with every bottle. At druggists. Three sizes, 25c., 50c. and $!• LYON MFC. CO.. 11*45 South Fifth SL, BROOKLYN. N. V r Well Answered. During (he encampment of several of HiUish soldiers In a cer ala district the wood an"! turf used for cooking purposes were carted by he neighboring farmers. One day e Jon key-cart full of turf was brought In, r he drivei being a country lad. Asa -egimental baud was playing, he stood •hi front of the 'onkey and held the uv'mal tightly by the head. Some of he “smart odos” garnered round, high y pleased, and the wit of the party •tsked why he “held his brother so : ghtly. : ' The reply was crushing: fra afraid he might enlist.” Electric! Bitters Succeed when everything else fails, i In nervous prostration and female I weaknesses they are the supreme I remedy, as thousands have testified. I FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND | STOMACH TROUBLE E it is the best medicine ever sold I over a druggist’s counter. K Work 24 Hours a Day. The busiest little thing ever made are Dr. King’s New Life Fills. Every pill is a sugar-coated globule of health, that changes weakness Inty strength, lang uor into energy, brain-fag into mental power; curing Constipation, Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. 25c at all druggists. Not New, Just Overlooked. We have every reason to believe that the statement that anew planet has been discovered at Harvard is untrue. AH the Indications point to it having been there for some time, though In the hurry of modern astron omy it would appear to have been overlooked. 0 U I J A SUflvissvwraOwiwS*™ ® INDIAN jS M\ ®HtW OBUANS* '^JACKSOMVIUi h * TIME Or TRAINS AT fel STARKVILLE, MISS. 'i No. 41, daily, leaves at 7:00 a. in. No. 43, daily, leaves at. . . ,10:05 a. rn No. 45, daily, leaves at 3:40 a. m No. 41, arrives at Artosia.... 7:40 a. rn No. 43. arrives at Artesia. ... 10:40 a. m No. 45, arrives at Artesia.... 4:15 p, m Trains leave Artesia: XOKTII BOUNI>. No. 2, leaves daily 4:19 a. rn. No. 4, leaves daily 4:40 p in. No. (i, leaves daily .10:50 a, in. KouTinmrND. No. 1, leaves daily 13:13 a. in. No. 3, leaves daily 11:33 a. in. No. 5, leaves daily 4:37 p. rn. R. V. Taylor, Jno. m. Beall, General Manager, General Passenger Agent, MOBILE. ALA. ST. LOUIS. MO DON'T FORGET That every business man, as well as every home in the co unty, should have a -copy’ of Wellborn's new map of Oktib beha county. See W. El. Miller, Supt. of Education. v Two lor the v Price of One OUR GREAT PROPOSITION. N SJut think, our paper and Tlie Mississippi Poultry- O SSM man both one yearfor sl. 3 Q The Mississippi Poultry- Q man is the only paper 1 publish* and in the State O t devoted exclusively to the O poultry industry and is O m published at Starkvilie, m# Q the home of the A. & M. O 8 College, where every xMis- O sissippian has an interest. O Don't miss a copy of this m journal. Q Address all orders to, Q THE STARKVILLE NEWS, Q Starkville, - Miss, L C. R. R. SCHEDULE Ul * c % NORTHBOUND Bfc. Mi Im?m .If: 111.4 No. 883 1:17 p^a Sk.DiiMTM iM rm ~) SOUTHBOUND. i |k M lutm 7:08 a.* M 291 lobtos. 1:66 tLU Vo. 23510Tes 4:28 p^B Southbound trains oonnaot al Duraol with through trains lor North, South* Bast and West. c 'Srain No. 205 south eonnsets ml Do Mil with train Now 18i for Mosphlt IM main Übo trains lor South. C w What Physicians Say Mr. Nesmit, of Nesmit, S. C., writes that “he recoin mended U-RA-CURA to a physician who had failed of a cure with other remedies and that he has discarded other medicines and is show ing wonderful improvement since he commenced taking U-RA-CURA.” Many physicians recommend this remedy to their patients who are sufiering with Kidney and Bladder troubles. Large numbers of unsolicited testimonials have been received from those who have been cured. Druggists sell it at 50 cents and 81.00 a bottle. If your Druggist can not supplv you, write to the Granger Medicine Ca., Chattanooga, Tenn.