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•* PUBLISHED BY— THE NEWS PRINTING CO. TELEPHONE Qfflei 215. Edtof’iißisldnci 221. THOS. J. WOOD - - - Editor Our Motto: “Tell the truth—No matter whom it helps or hurts. 11 Entered the Post Office at Starkvllle Mississippi, as second class mall mattei Published every Friday. Subscrip ton price SI.OO per year All communications must b* accompanied with the name o' the writer. No attention paid to anonymous communications Correspondents wanting then manuscripts returned must in close the necessary stamps. Notice of meetings of strictl> charitable organizations will bt inserted one time free. Obltua ries, In Memoriams, Cards ol Thanks, and all other notices ol all kinds must be paid for at om cent a word. There will be nc deviation from this rule. m- • Announcement of Candidates Announcements in this papei for County candidates is $lO 00; Supervisor’s districts 5.00. SPOT CASH to accompany same. \ ANNOUNCEMENTS. All announcements subject to tin action of the Democratic party. , For United States Senator. JAMES K. VARDAMAN. For Lieutendant-Governor, WILEY N. NASH, Of Oktibbeha County. For State Senate, 13rd. District. H. H. SIKES. For District Attorney, Sixteenth District. HARDEN H. BROOKS, JR., Of Noxubee. For County Prosecuting Attorney, M. A. SAUNDERS, O. F. TURNER. For the Legislature —Eastern Division, FRANK S. PULLER. W. E. DRANE. For Legislature —Western District C B. HANNAH. For Superintendent of Education, S. J. WALLACE. W. H. MILLER. C. E. SCROGGINS. For Sheriff, J. E. BROWN. Dr. J. W. CRUMPTON. L. H. NICHOLS MURRAY MAXWELL For Chancery Clerk, E. O. McILWAIN. For Circuit Clerk, M. R. FULGHAM. For Tax Assessor. SAM B. CRITZ. J. L. LUCAS. J. A. CAROTHRES D. B. JACKSON For County Treasurer, W. H. HULL. T. N. GILLIS. A. E. HEARON. W. T. NORRIS. C. R. SANDERS For Supervisor First District CALVIN McCREIGHT. • Mr. John Saunders went to Colmnbus Sunday. Mr. E. O. French made a trip to West Point, in the interest of his Auto Transfer Cos., one day this week. 1 ■■■♦♦. Col. and Mrs. T. J. Wood have been quite sick with Grippe; the latter still being confined at home on that account. Rev. W. A. Jordan and Dr. B. M Walker, of the A. & M. Col lege, departed for Jackson, yes lerday morning. Mr. Nathan Puller left Sun ay afternoon for St. Louis. ,*UT JESUS REFUSED TO PRAY FEB THE WORLD. Election and NorvJsction Viswsd From a New Standpoint—Paster Russell on God’s Timee and Seasons. “I pray not for the world, but for them which Thou hast given me.”—John xvll, 9. ■ , .a —jj Feb. 2G.—Pastor j i— , Russell thought that these words must sound strangely to those BWvWtT who still believe on the one hand, that Jesus loved and sympathized with the world and came specially world,” aud who, on the other hand, believe that all for -whom Jesus did not pray and labor would surely at death be cast into eternal torment. Such Inconsistencies, he claimed, were turning many noble men and women from God and from the Bible, neither of which are at fault. The fault lies with the unscrlptural proposition that all except the “elect,” all except the “little flock,” who now have the hear ing ear aud understanding heart and who now r receive the Divine Message, rill be punished for their mental blind ness and deafness with eternal torture He asked. Can it be true, as our Westminster Confession teaches, that God passed by the great mass of mankind without drawing them, with out calling them, without giving them the hearing ear, without opening the eyes of their understanding? Can it be true that God, foreknowing all these conditions, predestinated and ar ranged for the eternal suffering of these thousands of millions of human ity. His answer was emphatically. No! Although trained In these doctrines of Election and Predestination, the Pastor, even In youth, felt somehow that Brother Wesley’s teachings of Free Grace were much more noble and more God like than Brother Calvin’s teaching of Predestination. Neverthe less, he reasoned, Would an all-wise God, knowing the end from the begin ning, prepare devilish tortures for his creatures from before their creation? Why then would he bring them Into existence at all? Calvin’s theory ex hibits a wise and powerful God, lack Ing love. Wesley’s theory exhibits a loving God lacking In wisdom and power. The true view, the Pastor rea soned, must show God possessed of wisdom as well as love; of power as well as justice; else he would not be the God for whom our hearts crave and whom we could realize as our Heavenly Father. Christendom In general has greatly erred. Some appropriate one part of the Divine message and some another. What we "need Is Calvin’s God of Wis dom and Power and Wesley’s God of Love and Justice. But how can these attributes l>e harmonized? Is it pos sible that God could make an Elec tlon and yet allow Free Grace to His creatures as a whole? This, he de dares, is the solution. God Is select ing or electing a Church now —since Pentecost. With its completion there will be no more Election, but Free Grace. And the elect Church, glorified to the spirit plane of being and associ ated with the Redeemer In His “all pow er in heaven and in earth,” will be the Teachers, Rnlers, Helpers, of mankind out of sin and degradation, back to perfection, the image of God, and eternal life. “Tasted Death For Every Man.” Although Jeous tasted death for ev ery man he understood the Father’s Program—that first his elect Bride class should be selected from the world, that these, in turn, might be with him, the Missionaries, Kings, Priests, Judges, of mankind in the great thousand-year resurrection day of Messiah’s Kingdom. It was ap propriate, therefore, that he should pray for these Elect ones first and not pray for the world, because its time would come later. Of his disciples he said, “Ye are not of the world;” “If ye were of the world, the world would love its own, • • * but I have cho sen you out of the world.” His dis ciples were sent to choose or draw others from the world and were in structed to preach a change of na ture from earthly to heavenly, to all who would walk in the yarrow way In me rootsteps or jesus. Tne worm w m be dealt with In another manner en tirely when tho due time comes. “Ask of Mo and I Will Give.” In the Second Psalm we are told that eventually Jesus will pray for the world and His prayer will be an *wered. God said, “Ask of Me and I will give thee the heathen for thine inheritance and the uttermost parb of the earth for thy possession” (Psalm 4,8). But that time has not yet come —lt will not come until the last mem her of the elect Body of Christ shall have attained a share In the glories of Messiah’s Kingdom. As our Lord asked blessings upon the elect Church at tho beginning of this Age. so he will ask blessings upon the world In the beginning of the New Age to follow and now nearing. And the entire world will be turned over to him. His first work will be the binding of Satan and the overthrow of every human institution out of har mony with righteousness. Although this drastic treatment, the Scriptures tell us, will bring a great time of trou ble, nevertheless It will mean for the race as a whole the beginning of “the Times of Restitution of all things which God hath spoken by the mouth of all the holy Prophets since the world began”—the beginning of the reign of Messiah, who is now a spirit Being with a spirit Bride and spirit Influences. _ Kathairon Will STRAIGHTEN your KINKY HAIR and make it grow soft, thick and strong. Kills dahdruff quickly. Cleanses the scalp thoroughly. 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I enclose one dollar; please send me two bottles of Lyon’s Kathairon at once. Mrs. B. F. Johnson, Madison, Ga. writes: “ Many people have short, kinky hair and can’t put it up nicely. Lyon’s Kathairon will make this easy for i| softens as well straighten* the hair.” Contains no Sulphur, Lead or Glycerine and does not smear the hair or make it sticky. It is a delightful combination of floral extracts and ingredients famous for giving UFE&VIGOR TO THE HAIR. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by Drug and General Stores or if not obtainable will be sent charge* prepaid, on receipt of price by the props., LYON MANUFACTURING CO., 42-46 South Fifth St, BROOKLYN, N.Y. wmmamfmmmwmmmmmmm Wife Got Tip Top Advice. “My wife wanted me to take our bov to the doctor to cure an ugly boil,” writes D. Frankel. of Stroud, Okla., “I said put Bucklen’s Arnica Salve on it, She did so. and it cured the boil In a short time.” Quickest healer of Burns, Scalds, Cuts Corns, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings. Best Pile cure on earth. Try it. Only 25c at all Druggists. Rev, M. K. Thornton, of Bes semer, Ala., was a visitor to Ma ben, last week, his nrssion being to attend the burial of Capta'n G. W. Naron, who was a staunch friend, and an old Chickasaw neighbor of Rev. Thornton’s boyhood. Tortured For 15 Years. by a cure-defying stomach trouble that battled doctors, and resisted all medi cines he tried, John VV. Modders, of Moddersville, Mich., seemed doomed. He had to sell his farm and give up work. His neighbors said, ‘he can’t live much longer.” “Whatever .1 ate listressed me,” he wrote, “till i tried Electric Bitters, which worked such wonders for me that I can now eat tilings 1 could not take for years. Us surely a grand remedy for stomach trou ble,” just as good for the liver and kid neys. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50c at all Druggists. Nature's Warning. Starkville People Must Recognize and Heed It. Kidney ills come quietly —mysterious- ly- But nature always warns you. Notice the kidney secretions. See If the color is unhealthy. if there are settings and sediment. Passage frequent, scanty, painful. It Is time then to use Doan’s Kidney Pills. To ward off Bright’s disease or dia betes. . Doan's have done great work in Stark ville. B.R. Henry, Starkville, Miss., says; “1 gluclly reccommend Doanes Kidney Fills. I was annoyed off and on by a severe pain in tbe small of my back and a soreness in rny kidneys. The kidney secretions were too frequent In passage and I was obliged to a rise during the night. I heard of Doan’s Kidney Pills and procured me a box. 1 was cured t hrough their use. Kor sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts Poster-Mi I burn Cos., Buffalo, New York sole agents for the United States. Remember the name —Doan’s —and take no other Bankrupt’s Petition For Discharge. In The District Court of the United States for the Eastern Division of the Northern District of Mississippi In the matter of 1 M. BLOCK, [- In Bankruptcy, Bankrupt. ) No. 120. M. Block, of Starkville, in the Coun ty of Oktibbeha and slate of Mississippi, in said Division and District, respect fully represents that On the 10th. dav of March, 1010, last past, he was duly adjudged bankrupt under the Acts of Congress relating to Bankruptcy, that he has duly surrendered all his proper ty and rights of property, and fully complied whh all the requirements of said Acts and of the Orders of the Court touching his bankruptcy. Wherefore he prays, that he may be decreed by the Court to have full dis charge from all debts provable against his estate under said Bankrupt Acts, except such debts as are excepted by aw from such discharge. Dated this Ist. day of March, A. D., 1911. (Signed) M. BLOCK, Bankrupt, ORDER OF NCTICE THEREON. Northern District of Mississippi. On this Gth day of March, 1911, on reading the foregoing petition, IT IS ORDERED BY THE COURT, that a hearing upon the same on the 21st day of March, 1911, before said Court at Aberdeen, in said Division and District, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, and that notice thereof be published in the Stark ville News, a newspaper printed in said District, and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may ap pear at the said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED BY THE COURT, that the Clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of re sidence as stated. WITNESS the Honorable H. C.Niles, Judge of said Court, and the Seal there of at Aberdeen in said Division and Distict, on the Gth day of March, A. D. 1911. L. E. OLDHAM. Clerk (Seal) by R. D. CRENSHAW, D. C. A TRUE COPY, L. E. OLDHAM, Clerk. (Seal) R. D. CRENSHAW, D. C. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES VIA M. & O, R. R. Account meeting Head Camp (M) Woodman of the World, Bllloxi, Miss., March 13-16, 1911. Tickets on sale March 12-14, inct., this return limit to reach original starting point not later than March 20th. For fares, time of trains, etc., apply to nearest Ticket Agent, M. & O. R. R. or Q. A. GRIFFIN, T. P. A. Meridian, Mies. D. B. Jackson. The gentlemen whom we this 1 week announce as an aspirant ? to the position of Omniy Tax 1 Assessor, and whose name heads ] this article, is in every way fully 1 competent and highly worthy of that honor. Truly, nof a man in Oktibbeha County whose charac ter and talents are m >re belittino* o I than Mr. Daniel Boon Jackson- Nor is there one who will more j deeply appreciate your influence ] and support, and he wishes, in advance, to ask all those who can, to honor him with their \ suffrage assuring them that as heretofore, all things entrusted i to his keeping shall receive his * undivided and unalloyed alien- J tion. Mr. Jackson has always prov en himself a successful man. and we believe, if elected, would with his loyalty to home and country, make a success of the affairs ■ which atiecl the public purse. To the Voters of the County. ~ ... . t Calling your attention to my announcement in another col umn of this paper, I beg to say j ! hat some twenty odd years ago, ■ a time when the term of office] ■ was only two years, instead of \ four, and the pay each year only ibout half what it is now. it was rny privilege to serve the ty in the capacity of Tax Asses sor. The county records, I Link, will bear me out in the statement that the duties of the office at that t ime were perform ed faithfully and efficiently. Four years ago rav aspirations prompted me again to for that office, as a matter of fact, I made public annouuc: raent to that effect, and started fairly in t e race. Then circumstances a n>se which made it practically impo-sible for me to continue in th< 5 race, and so I withdrew. I now come again, asking your support for the office of Tax As- and should you see tit to b. stow upon me that office, my promise is to see to it that you -hall never have a cause to re gret having done*so. Respectfully, J. A. CAROTHKRS, Life Save 1 At Death's Door. - - “I never felt so near my grave,"writes VV. R. Patterson, of Wiliington ,Texas, as when a frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 100 pounds, in spite of doctors treatment for two years. My father, mother and two sis ters died of consumption, and that I am alive today is due solely to Dr. King's N*w Discovery, which completely cured me. Now I weigh 187 pounds and have been well and strong for years." Quick, sflfe sure, it is the best remedy on earth for coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, croup, and all throat and lung troubles. 50c & SI.OO. Trial bottle free, Guar anteed by all Druggists, Legal Notice. Pursuant to an order of the Mayor and Hoard of Aldermen made at the March, 1911, meeting, notice is hereby given that at the April 1911 meeting of said Mayor and Board of Aldermen sealed bids will be opened for the es tablishment of a City Depository for the City of Starkville, Mississippi. Said bids must, in all respects, conform to law, the Mayor and Board of Aider men reserving the right to reject any and all bids. WALTER PAGE, Clerk. THE BEST LIVER AND KIDNEY REMEDY IS GRANGER’S LIVER REGULATOR endorsed by druggists and the people generally as the best Liver Medicine on the market. For many years it has been the standard. Druggists sell it !o lithographed tin boxes at 35 cents per box. Address, Granger Medicine Com- 1 pany, Chattanooga, Tenn.