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For Mayor.
We, in this Issue, announce the name
of Mr. H. A. Beattie as a candidate ter
Mayor of the City of Starkville. Mr.
Beattie needs no introduction to the
voters of the town. He Is well and
favorably known, having filled the office
one term. He has a record that stands
for bis acts and points to it with pride
in his aspiration for the office. During
his administration there was more than
three miles of concrete walks con
structed; taxes reduced from 18 mills
to 14; the addition to the Public School
was provided for, which is an ornament
to the city as well as a necessity; the
new negro school house and the mag
nificent roadway from the overhead
bride to the College. These are only a
few of the useful items that his friends
claim for him under and during his ad
ministration as Mayor, and well might
he feel proud of and point to the rec
ord. *
Mr. Beattie wishes to be remembered
In this race by every voter, and, if you
belleye him to be the right man for the
position, asks your support, and thanks
you in advance for same.
He can only ask that you do by him
as you would like to be done by in con
sidering his claims to the
At Sturgis.
We were in Sturgis for a short
time last Saturday, and while
there was told that tne large saw
mill there that has been idle for
so long a time would soon be
over-hauled and put in operation
by some parties in Birmingham,
and that electric lights would be
installed and all modern improve
ments would be added. We in
ferred that many hands would be
employed and that the pay-roll
would add very materially to the
commercial increase and pros
perity of the town. It is possi
ble that a log road mav be built
for some miles south and in the
future form a link to some rail
road that is now being sought in
and through Noxubee bottom,
that has an abundance of hard
woods.
Several bales of cotton were
brought to town while we were
there and people were doing a
goodly little trade.
The Sturgistes have great faith
in the future of their town.
There is no reason that they
should be otherwise. If all will
work in harmony there is a
bright future, and for any other
place that all will pull together.
Let the majority rule and if
wrong the correction will be a
thing to follow. The more pros
perous our towns and communi
ties, the more prosperous is our
county and state.
President Hardy of the A. &
M, College spent several days in
Jackson this week on business
connected with the college. It
is a great misfortune to the edu
cational interests of the state
that we are to lose Dr. Hardy
who has accepted the presidency
of the Baylor Female Baptist
College, of Belton, Texas. The
state of Texas is to be congratu
lated upon being so fortunate in
having Dr. Hardy as one of its
citizens. He will remain at the
A. &M. College through this
session, which will close some
time in June, which he has so
ably administered and presided
over for the last twelve years
and the best of wishes will follow
him in his new home in the Lone
Star State. We regard Dr. Har
dy as one of the best men that it
has been our privilege to have
eyer known. We have an admi
ration for him for .his personat
worth,
For Sale.
All of my household furniture
at private sale at a bargain. For
prices or further information,
see me at my stove.
M. ROSSOFF. '
Some thief, with-braoe and bit,
bored the panel of one of the
back door? o f Caldwell and
Lampkin’s store-house, Saturday
night. The change that was left
from late trade of the evjning
was taken, but no other articles
were missed. Whoever did it was
familiar with the customs of the
keepers who place the money in a
sack and put it down by the safe.
They did not get any large sum.
Breaking into stores is getting
to be common throughout the
country. It is a good way to break
into the penitentiary, the right
place for all such.
OLD
PERIODICALS
WHISTLED
If at any time you haye any
magazines, newspapers, pamph
lets, books. anything worth
reading that you want to get rid
of, I shall be glad to send for'
same for the College Libra
ry. if you will call either
number 39 or 279. In return I
extend to you the privilege of
using our reference books and
shall be glad to assist you with
your references for club work
whenever you may desire my
services.
Yours very truly,
WHITMAN DAVIS,
Librarian.
Teachers Notice.
The applicants for Teacher’s
License in Oktibbeha county,
will be given examinations as
follows:
For white teachers, Friday and
Saturday, Apr. sth and 6th, and
on Friday and Saturday, Apr.
19th and 20th.
For colored teachers, Friday
and Saturday, Apr. 12th and
13th, and on Friday and Satur
day, Apr. 26th and 27th.
Very Respectfully,
A. E. GREEN,
Sup’t Education.
' Legal Notice.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed that pursuant to an ordinance
duly passed and adopted on the 2nd
day of January, 1912, that the Mayor
and Board of Aldermen of the Village
of Longview, Mississippi, will at a
special meeting to be held on the 6th
day of April, 1912, at 6 o’clock p. m.,
receive bids for the sale of certain
bonds issued and termed COUNTY
AGRICULTURAL HIGH SCHOOL
BONDS. Open bids will be received on
the entire issue or any part thereof.
Said Board reserving the right to reject
any and all bids. Deposit of 5-100
required on all purchases.
G. W. JOHNSON,
Mayor.
E, B. Gillispie,
Village Clerk.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farm Lands.
Low Rate of Interest and Easy
Payments.
G. ODIE DANIEL.
H, T. Saunders, Inspector.
NINETEEN MILES A SECOND
without a jar, shock or disturbance, is
the awful speed of our earth through
space. We wonder at such ease of nature
movement, and so do those who take
Dr. King’s New Life PUls. No griping,
no distress, just through work that
brings good health and fine feelings.2sc
at ALL DRUGGISTS.
, GLORIOUS NEWS
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, Dwight,
Kan. He writes:“l not only have cured
bad cases of eczema in my patients with
Electric Bitters, but also cured myself
by them of the same disease. I feel sure
(bey will benefit any case of eczema”
This shows what thousands haveproved,
that Electric Bitters is a most effective
blood purifier. Its an excellent remedy
for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers,
boils and running sores. It stimulates
liver, kidneys and bowels, expels poisons
helps digestion, builds up the strength.
Price 50cts. Satisfaction guaranteed by
All Druggists.
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IRISH POTATOES
Plant none but the best Seed—
the Triumph—second crop. Now
is the time to plant them and you
will find them at
tf. D. A. CLARDY’S.
The Best Proof'
Starkville Citizens Cannot Doubt It-
Doan’s Kidney Pills were used
they cured.
The story was told to Starkville
residents.
Time has strengthened the evi
dence.
Has proven the cure the perma
nent.
The testimony is from this
locality.
The pVoof convincing.
Mrs. A. S. Payne, Sol S. Third Ave.,
Oolumbus, Mist., says: lt l have not had
asympton of kidney complaint since
Doan’s Kidney Pills cured me some
years ago and lam only too glad to
again speak In their praise. In 1903,
I began to have trouble from mv back
and kidneys and it was not long before
I found that my condition was getting
worse. The pain In my back was almost
unbearable and often I could not stand
'for more than an hour at a time. My
back was weak and ray biadder became
inflamed. The kidney secretions were
a source of annoyance and I rested so
poorly that when I got up in the morn
ing, I was ail tired out. I was treated
by physicians here and finding no
relief sought help from a physi
cian In Memphis. The result of
his treatment was the same and
I was discouraged. Having heard of
Doan's Kidney Pills highly spoken of
1 procured a supply and the contents of
a few boxes completely cured me. I
consider them a Godsend to kidney suf
fers.”
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, New York
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name- Doan’s-and take
no other.
Repeals Attack Of Death.
•‘Five years ago two doctors told me
1 had only two years to live.” This
startling statement was made by Still
man Green, Malachite, Col. “They
told me I would die with consumption.
It was up to me then to try the best
lung medicine and I began to use Dr.
King’s New
did, for today I am working and believe
I owe my life to this great throat and
lung cure that has cheated the grave of
another victim.” Its folly to suffer with
coughs, colds or other throat and lung
troubles now. Take the cure that’s
safest. Price 50 cents and SI.OO. Trial
bottle free at All Druggist.
Subscribe tor and read the
News.
Field and Garden Seed
Seed Corn:
Early Golden Dent, St. Charles White (Red Cob)
Johnson Grass Seed, Orange Cane Seed,
Dwarf Essex, Rape.
Alfalfa, White Clover, Red Clover, Alsike Clover.
Garden Seed:
English Peas, Beans, Butter Beans, in bulk, by the pint, quart or bushel.
Onion Set, lied. White and Yellow, lOc per quart.
Early Red Triumph Potatoes.
We endeavor to handle only the best seeds obtainable, from the
most reliable sources.
R. K. & F. L. WIER, STAR Js v s LLE
THE WHITE HOUSE CAFE
KANSAS CITY STEAK
FISH
Spanish Mackerel, Trout and lied Snapper
Home-made Candy every day. Everything
to eat at reasonable prices. Prompt and
courteous attention.
MANUEL MITCHELL, Prop.
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I AM CLOSING OUT MY STOCK OF GEN- |
ERAL MERCHANDISE AND REPLACING |
; WITH HARDWARE LINE. * |
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i Your patronage appreciated.
J. C. LEWIS, }
Simpkins Prolific
COTTON SEED
(Brown In Worth Carolina.
Best 801 l Weevil Variety
SI.OO a busliel of 3o lbs.
I. 0. B.
J C.Page Starkville, Mis
| Garden Plants and |
Cabbage [Frost-Proof] grown without heat 100 1000
S Standard Varieties --5 $2.00 g|
M Cauliflower—Snowball, Liv. Earliest 65 500 g|
IS Strawberry—Klondike, Lady Thompson .. .30 2.50
S| Tomato, Pepper and Egg-plants ready in season.
Roses, Pansies, Geraniums, Salvia, Heliotrope, Canna
® and other flowering and bedding plants. p|
Special attention is called to our fine line of Ferns,
I Asparagus, Plumusus, Palms, which are going at very
low prices. Visit the College Greenhouse early and select g
goods wanted. „ Si
■ Address all communications to , B
HORTICULTURAL DEPT.
I Agricultural College, Miss. g
Send for price list,
Legal Notice.
Notice is hereby given that the Mayor
and Board of Aldermen of the City of
Starkville, Mississippi, will, at the
April 2nd, 1912, meeting of said Mayor
and Board of Aldermen, receive bids
for the establishment o! a city deposi
tory for the city of Starkville, Missis
sippi. The term of said depository to
expire Jan. Ist, 1913. Said depository
to be established and to qualify accord
ing to law.
N. W. PULLER, Jr..
City Clerk.
NOTICE.
For all circulars distributed,
call 215*
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