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THE NEWS
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FHE NEWS PRINTING CO.
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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. Nash addressed the citi
zens of Kemper at DeKalb last
Monday in behalf of his candi
dacy for Lt. Governor, and his
speech was well received.
But All Good!
All women are good—good for some
or good for nothing.—Cerrantea
Kathairon
will STRAIGHTEN your
KINKY HAIR
and make it grow soft, thick and
strong.
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Cleanses the scalp thoroughly.
Here are testimonials from actual users*
Mias Josie Wallace, Round Lake, Miaa., writes:
I have used your great hair preparation and
must confess that it is the best I ever used. It
has done my hair very much good and given it
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Mrs. N. J. Carlisle, La Grange, Ga., writes:
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M. L. Miller, Liberty Hill. Texas, writes:
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Miss Henrietta Cutright, Shongaloo, La., writes:
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good than any other hair tonic I ever used and 1
highly recommend it to be the best hair tonic in
the world. I enclose one dollar; please scud me
tw'O 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 it softens as well straightens 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
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. No. 2] for their four children
were greatly subject to croup. “Some
times In severe attacks,” he wrote “we
proved what a certain remedy Dr.
King’s New Discovery is we have no
fear. We rely on It for coughs, colds
or any throat or lung trouble. So do
thousands of others. So may you. Asth
ma. Hay Fever, LaGrippe, Whooping
Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it. 50c
and SI.OO. Trial bottle free. Sold by
all druggists.
Miss Irene Cross, after a stay
of several months with her sis
ters in Meridian, returned home
Tuesday accompanied by her sis
(ter. Mrs. R. E. Tate. We regret
to learn that Miss Irene’s health
is not much improved.
Mr. E L. Tomlinson.of Louis
ville, was on business here Tues
day.
i
Mr. W E. Drane, of Osborn,
was in town Monday.
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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
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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.

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