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v -PDBLIBtIBD BY— FHE NEWS PRINTING CO. TELEPHONE Offlea 215. Eittw’s Jetldnci 221. THOS. J. WOOD . . . Editor Our Motto: “Tell the truth — No matter whom it helps or hurts.” Entered the Post Office at Starkville, Mississippi, as second class mail matter Published every Friday. Subscrlp ton price SI.OO per year All communications must be accompanied with the name of the writer. No attention paid to anonymous communications Correspondents wanting then manuscripts returned must in close the necessary stamps. Notice of meetings of strictly charitable organizations will be inserted one time free. Obitua ries, In Memoriams, Cards of Thanks, and all other notices of all kinds must be paid for at one cent a word. There will be no deviation from this rule. Announcement of Candidates Announcements in this paper for County candidates is $lO 00; Supervisor’s districts 5.00, SPOT CASH to accompany same. ANNOUNCEMENTS. AH announcements subject to the action of the Democratic party. For United States Senator. JAMES K. VARDAMAN. For Lieutendant-Governor, WILEY N. NASH, Of Oktibbeha County. For State Senate, 13 rd. 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. DEANE. For Legislature —Western District C. B. HANNAH. For Superintendent of Education, S. J. WALLACE. W. H. MILLER. C. E. SCROGGINS. A. E. GREEN For Sheriff, J. E. BROWN. Db. J. W. CRUMPTON. L. H. NICKELS MURRAY MAXWELL For Chancery Clerk, E.O. McILWAIN. For Circuit Clerk, M. R. FULQHAM. 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. £. HEARON. W. T. NORRIS. C. R. SANDERS C. B. FERGUSON For Supervisor First District CALVIN McCRBIGHT. W. H. BUDDUTH For Justice of the Peace, District No. 1 T- B- VBABBT A WELCOME CHANCE TO THOSE WHO SUFFER Coming to St&rkville, Miss,, on Thursday April 6th. to stay at Chiles Hotel, One Day Only, Returning Once a month. DR. LOMAX ANDERSON, Of Jackson, Miss. Expert Physician, Surgeon *fe Specialist “PLAIN TRUTHS.” Consutlation and Examination Confidential FREE and invited Devoted to the Treatment and cure of Chronic Diseases of men, women and children. In practice for over 40 years. This brilliant medical authority will vis it our city once a month, to see his reg ular patients, and such new cases as may wish to consult him. Dr. Ander son enjoys a statewide reputation among the profession and the public of Missis sippi. The Doctor has had wonderful success in bis chosen work of curing sufferers, men, women and children. The patients he has restored to perfect health after they had given up all hopes are numbered by the thousands. He is a kind, pleasant and Democratic gen tlemen to meet of high scholarly attain ments, and dignified personality, coup led with a fatherly Interest of all who seek his advice. He will take no pa tient unless he can foresee a cure of the case. In the most commendable fea ture of his work, and that which appeals to the ordinary sick person is the fact of his charges being so verv reasonable and moderate, as to make it within reach of even the very poorest to ob tain. It never takes him more than from four to six months to cure a case under treatment. All cases, even those who have been given up as incurable or hopeless by the local doctors, have been cured and restored to perfect health by this brilliant doctor and the wonderful methods he employes as is proven by the thousands of written testimonials be holds from patients who have taken his treatments, The rare advantages this man has employed in the most fa mous Universities and Colleges he has spent years in preparing himself by Post Graduate Study and Work makes bis diagnoHS and Professional opinion carry such weight. No visit will be made to patients houses, nor any solicit ed, except in consultation with other pbyisians In which case a fee of SIO.OO is charged. All of this is saved by call ing upon him at the Hotel. If you wish to meet him,and have him examine you, go see him, and talk things over wifh him, if he cannot cure you, it will cost you nothing, but if he takes your case, he will cure you, and the cost will be very little to get well. Remember the date, Thursday April 6th. Office Hours 8 a, m. to 4 p. m. NOTICE! There will be a meeting of the members of the Starkville Civic Association, at the Court House Tuesday afternoon, the 28th, at three o’clock, for the purpose of arranging to plant and beauti fy the park recently donated by the I. C. R. R. All members and every lady in town and the College, who are interested in this moqemenl are urgently re quested to be present. Respectfully, SIMON FRIED. Pres. MISS MADGE MONTGOMERY Secretary. Judge W. H. Reynolds is on a visit in Louisania and Arkansas. Cand‘mates aspiring to the va rious political offices of the coun ty will probaply be out in full force at Sturgis, Friday, and m his owiv peculiar manner, each lay his claims before the people. Mr. A. B. Davis and family paid a yisit to Mr. H, M. Wash ington, near Bell’s school house, Monday. Mr. J. E. Brown, of Brown, of Bradley, was in town Monday. Gon. 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Sold by Drug and General Stores or if not obtainable will be sent charges prepaid, on receipt ot price by the props., LYON MANUFACTURING CO., 42-46 South Fifth St„ BROOKLYN,N.Y Had Sir Walter Scott been present at a gretna green wed ding, which was solemnized at 1 o’clock p. m. Sunday morning, an inspiration to give more space to “Pair Ellen” in his beautiful little poem “young Lochmvar” might have followed. The contracting parties were Miss Beatrice Jarnigan, aged 13* and Lee McQuinn sarcely 17. The fair maid is the daughter of a widow. The partiel were employed in the cotton mill, the wedding being the culmination of a short courtship. Last week McQuinn attempted to steal the girl, but the latter’s mother nip ped it in the bnd. Despite the obstacles thrown in his path, the young Lochinvar undaunted, slipped to the house of the girl, gently tapped on the window pane with a pocket knife. The signal was understood, for shortly she emerged through the front door in her stocking feet, stopping long enough to put on her shoes in the yard. Not far from home, a covered hack was awaiting—they enter ed, and were hastily driven to the Methodist parsonage. Pas tor Brogan refused to tie the knot. Then they drove to preacher Nabors, circuit rider of the M. E. Church, a halt mile distant. The city clock was toll ing the 1 a. m. hour when a vio lent knocking at the door awak ened Mr. Nabors. After making their mission known, the couple were admitted and the ceremony was performed. The bride was attired in a short dress, and in deed looked ‘pretty despite her tender <age. NEWS tl. A YEAR, TAKE IT A Fierce Night Alarm. is the hoarse, starting cough of a child, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it aroused Lewis Chamblln of Manchester, 0., [R. K. 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GIVE USA TRIAL/. i Mabe the f&m More Attractive* I || Tou can do tills 1037- in g stalling" a Tel^piione.Ton ii I can malse tine surround- ;1 ingps on ycm farm jiast as :S attxactive to yonr sons i and. cdangrintexs as if 37'on i| were living in tine ineaxt Ha of a Toigr oit3r. Oar excellent || sexvice and. attxactive ® “Farmers Line” xates axe fe not to Toe compared with. g tine "benefit d.exi"ved.. |s Call tine manager, || CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE g ANDTELEGRAPH COMPANY. S INCORPORATED. INCORPORATED. SB Booker Washington is al so Agin’ Vardaman. Governor Noel brought Roose velt to Jackson a few days ago. and in a speech delivered by the Rough Rider and animal slayer, he “hit a Vardaman,” according to the Jackson Percy newspaper supporter. And now somdone else has rurred Booker Washington loose and he has also “hit at Varda, man.” In an address at Auburn, N. Y. last night, Boomer Wash ington said, “the day of Tillman uid Vardaman has gone forever ” Only a brief answer is needed io Booker’s Nofclesque “hit” at Vardaman dnd Tillman, and it is this: Tillman is already a Unit ed States senator from South Carolinia, and Vardaman soon will be a United States senator from Mississippi. All the ma chinations and schemes of the “common causers,” all the speeches of Rooseyelt and Book er Washington in, criticism of Vardaman, all the corruption money that may be used in the campaign, will not prevent the white people of Mississippi from electing Vardaman at the August Legal Notice. Pursuant to an order of the Mayor and Board 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 lor the es tablishment of a City Depository for the City of Starkvillo, Mississippi. Said bids must, In ill respects, conform to law, ilie Mayor and Board of Aider men reserving the right to reject any and all bids. WALTER PAGE, Cierk. FOR SALE Roses, Hot House and Garden plants. Phone 77. The Cedar's Green House. Palmer, Hearn, the Honest painter. Artistic Paper Hanger and D co rator. Leave word w r ith Wier Bros. If you are a V'ardaman man, be at the meeting next Monday evening. Get in line and attend to your business. primary. Asa dernier resort, as a last forlorn hope of the “opposition” to Vardaman, perhaps they may induce Booker to come to Mis sissippi and make a few speech es against Vardaman. It was the Jackson News, iMr. Percy’s leading and most active newspa per supporter which said in its issue of February 25, that “the ignorant white man has no more noral or legal right to vote than a negro.” Vardaman’s friends, however, are well pleased with the fact that Gov. Noel. Teddy Roosevelt, Booker Washington, Col. Jeems Gordon, Wash Gibbs,et. al, don’t like the ex governor, and will be tempted 10 exclaim “Hooray for Teddy! Hooray for Booker! Hooray! for Noel.”—Vicksburg Post, Has Millions Of Friends. How would you like to number your friends by millions as Bucklen’s Arnica Salve does? Its astounding cures in the past forty years made. Its the best Salve in the world for sores,ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts,corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings, bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for piles. 25c at all druggists.