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The News and The Issue for $2 00. Rev. R. E. Wilkin left Mon day for Philadelphia, Pa., to at tend the General Assembly of the United Presbyterian Church which convenes there. He will return by way of Monmouth, Ills., to visit friends and will be absent about three weeks. Plants for Safe. Cabbage. Tomato. Egg. Pep per and other garden plants, strong and vigorous. Prices cheaper than elsewhere. T. Gillespie. Mr. J. A. Carothers and Mrs. C. R. Montgomery departed for Grenada this morning to visit in the home of their brother, Rev. Joseph Carothers. For Sale. Vegetable and ornamental plants at the Cedar’s Green House. Phone 77. Mr. Geo. Lanier, carpenter on the Waller residence, visited his aunt, Mrs. Kring, at Gainsville Sunday. Mr. Lanier’s home is in Starkville, Miss., and it is possi ble his family may make Alaba ma a visit in the near future. — Geiger Times, (Ala.) Mr. E. A. 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All parties on whom sentences or fines suspended during good behavior, specifically reminded by the Judge that they should be heard of from any reputable citi zen of their living other than iawabiding lives, the penalty would be envoked whether at the Next Term of the Court or in the internm; and each proba tioner required to be present at next Term of Court and prove his obedience to law by two good and reputable witnesses.—Green County Herald. Mrs. C. W. Yeales and little Miss Ethel, of Water Valley, are thr cherrished guests in the home of Dr. E. D. Yeates. FOR SALE High grade springer cow far advanced. Geo. Gillespie. Mr. T. A. Ard arrived last week to look after the general business around the different contract or buildings now un der operation. Mr. Ard is a brother of Mr. C. E.Ard, the cuntraeror. —Geiger Times. (Ala.) Mrs. W, D. Montgomery, of West Point, arrived Monday and is the cherished guest this week of her daughter, Mrs. El mcr McKell. Cement, Sidewalks, Building, Etc. Portland cement sidewalk con straction; concrete block build mg; making and laying concrete blocks; estimating profits, etc. Practical book for contractors, giving details in full. Second edition. Postpaid 51k*. De Graff Pub. Cos., Peoria, 111. How to be Beautiful. No woman can be beautiful whose skin Is sallow, her eyes listless and yel low and her whole system filled with bilious matter from a dormant liver. To bo beautiful, you must be healthy. All of which can be accomplished hy GRANGER'S LIVER REGULATOR. It removes all effete matter from the system, clears the complexion, bright ens the eyes and imparts womanly beau ty. Druggists sell It at 25 cents a box. If your druggist can not supply you write for book of particulars, address Granger Medicine Cos,, Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss Allie B. Wood, of Colum bus, spent Sunday between trains with her parents pleasantly. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ramsey and children visited in the home of Mr. Dave Watt at Artesia Sunday. ■ Boss Slalin spent Sunday in the beautiful city of Columbus. Mr. Wiley Quinn, Uncle Sam’s mail carrier on R. F. D. No. 8, spent Sunday in Columbus. Mrs. Glenn Mcllwain departed for Columbus Sunday, where she will visit her mother. Mrs. EUis, and other relatives for severa days. • - Miss Cora Q. Walker, of the I I. & C. of Columbus, speni several days last week in the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Walker, most delightfully; re turning Sunday evening. Hon. Hardin Brooks, the able District prosecuting attorney spent Saturday evening and part of Sunday in the home of hi> family at Macon, returning here Sunday evening and been hard at work during the week in court in the discharge of his duties. Look for the Sanitary Barber Shop. White Barbers in atten dance. D. C. Morton, Prop. Mr, Eugene Baugh, of Colum bus, spent Sunday in Starkville. Miss Rice Henry, of Columbus, attended the commencement ex ercises of the Public High School here, where her ueice. Miss Pat tie Will Askew, was one of th( graduating class. Miss Henrj was accompanied by Miss Josh May Myers, one of Miss Askew’s Columbus friends Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Bell and children, of Macon, spent a few hours in Starkville Sunday, en route to Bradley, where they are visiting Mrs. Bell’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Levingston. Card of Thanks. We desire to express our heart felt thanks to the many friends who were so kind to us iu our recent sorrow, caused by the death of a son and brother. Vay the Lord bless and reward them. Mrs. A. M. Page, and Family. The Commencement sermon at the A. &M/ College will be preached Sunday by Rev. L. E. VlcNair, D. D., pastor of 11 le South Presbyterian Church in V'emphis, who will also delivt r the annual sermon before the Young Men’s Christian Assocla ticn of the College at 8:80 o’clock Sunday evening. The exercises vi 11 continue till Wednesday uorning when Hon. C. H. Alex under, of Jackson, will deliver the bacalaureate address, after which diplomas and medals will be presented to the graduates. Hon. Chalmers Alexander, a prominent attorney of Jackson, was engaged in Court here to day in an important civil case. Dr. Tait Butler, of the South ern Farm gazette, attended the Press Association at New Alba ny and reports a pleasant time. 100 I^a/ces We are running delivery wagons and the following is the rates: From 25 to 100 ll>, l*2c per pound. 25 pounds for 15c; Less quantities at 1 ; per pound. rxc Ice "will "be cleliverecl ■a.ri.d.cr any cir sta.ri.ces ■witli.o'c.t ticlxete or tire cetsix. Boofcs may be procured from wagons or at our store. The Ice House will be open on Sunday from 7 to 11 a.m. for those who need ice, but will nol deliver elsewhere. J. H. SMITH & CO. Store Phone No. 96. Ice House Phone No. 244. PROFE IONAL 7 I ' • .'■■■ V 'M. A. SAUNDERS, Attorney-at-Law, Office up-stairs over postoffice Sturkville, Mississippi. Dr, Hunter L* Scafqj • physician and Sttfgton ■TARTVILLi; Him fkmm Ml Offlo# art yeflisa j . mm 4 Wiley N. Nash lUtfflfj and Counselor at Aa4 Solicitor in Chancery r aTARKVILL*. \ * Ofcitbtwha Oouty, MlMlftfppi „ mI of Cour v jiUyho** rsldn®®. A J. W. Normtnt v AT LAW* STARKVILUt, Mian V\ G. Odie Daniel, Attorney and Councellor at Law, (Same Old Stand) Stakkvili.k, - Mississippi. B. F. BELL, Attorney-at-Law and Solicitor in Chancery. Stakkviixk, Miss. Practice in all the Courts. Prompt attention irlven to all business. Office over Merchants and Farmers Bank. Office Phone 157; residence 187. W. W. Magruder, Attorney and Councellor at Law, Practice in all Courts. Starkvii.le, Mississippi. — -mm. For * Good, Clean Slftfft tjalr Cot, Shaftfoi mom Shine, call at • • t 9 Sanitary BerberStwf Up-to-date bath room la connection. White bftjN . hers in attendance* \ Mr, T. J. Gladney visited his sis it. Mrs James McClann, at A' lesia, who has been quite sick f'*r several months.