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Messrs. W, H. Sudduth and Y, A, Pearson are in the delta jungles hunting “varmints’'such as bears, deer, duck, coons and squirrels. We look for them to return well loaded with game. Rev- P. Z. Browne attended the Synod of the Presbyterian church, at Laurel this week, which was in session four days. This was the 88rd session of the Synod of Mississippi. Flower lovers are cordially in vited to visit the college green house and see the splendid col lection of Chrysanthemums which will be at their best during early November, and, later, to inspect the poinsettas, carnations, Hya cinths, paper whites, etc, and place orders for the Christmas Season. Very respectfully, A. B. McKay. Judge Thomas B. Carroll will hold court in Columbus next week, beginning Monday. Prom present indications the docket will not be a heavy one, but there is no telling what a court may bring forth and there are several important criminal cases set for trial at this term. Best and Cheapest. For Constipation, Billiousness, Head ache, Royaline Liver Regulator is best and cheapest. 15 cents, Money back plan, Mr. W. A. Dabbs, of Smith vdle was a pleasant visitor in the home ot his brother Prof. J, F Dabi < part of Saturday and Sunday. RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS SHOULD USE H Tho Demt Remedy H Fop mil form* of I Rheumatism i^^LUMBACO. SCIATICA. GOUT. AND KIDNEY TROUBLES. Gives Qutcfc Rslisf^KS W iumn •AMPLE "POMPS- ran ON RtQMtT Swanson Rheumatic Cure Cos \ ISS-1M w. us* sc, cmcAso For Sale. Pour hundred bushels of nice clean red rust proof oats. Home grown. Raised from the pure Texas oats. 65 cents per bushel. Phone 13 A. D. D. Hartness. Mrs. T. J. Wood, after an ab sence of six weeks, on a visit to her daughter. Mrs S. O ' Stew art, at Argenta, Ark., returned home yesterday evening. Rev, T. H. Lipscomb will de part for Tupelo Monday to at tend the Mississippi Conference which convenes there Tuesday. Should next conference be held here, as desired, it will be a glad time for all. The Mayor’s office is being renovated and many improve ments being made and when completed will be very inviting. Public offices should always be well kept and present a good appearance at all times. I Stops Fains, Heals Wounds. Royaline Oil is stronqer/than thk OTHER ANTISEPTICS. That gives I t GREATER POWER TO EASE PAIN, inside or outside, man or beast. Also makes it go further and give larger value for the money. That’s why it wins everywhere, over everything, when people try it. It is praised loudest by those who have used it longest. It’s different. You’ll like it bettor. Try it now. 10c., 25c., 50c, Money back plan. For Sale. Horses, vehicles and contents of the Livery Stable of the de ceased, W. H. Chiles. For further information apply to, R. H. Chiles, Administrator. Save Half Your Money. By using oho for Chills and Fever, Bilious Fever, Malaria, Colds and Grippe. A 25c bottle contains exactly as many doses as the usual 50 cent bot tle which is twice as large. Does quick er and better work. It acts on the Liv er and bowels, Cleans out the system, Stops Chills and Fever, Builds up Strength. No Fills or Calomel needed with it. Contains no Poisons. 25 cents. Money back plan. Constable J. T. Davis, W. E, Williams, Tom Cummins and W. L. Johnston, of happy Self Creek neighborhood, J were a group looking after business here TuesS day. Nervous and Sick Headaches Torpid liver, constipated bowels and disordered stomach are the causes of these headaches. Take Dr. King’s New- Life Pills, you will be supprised hew quickly you will get relief. They stimu late the differentorgans to do their work properly. No better regulator for liver and bowels. Take 25c and invest n a box to-day. At all druggists or by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Cos. Philadelphia and St. Louis One of the happiest merchants in the prosperous village of Longview is Mr. Doc Sanders. All this is occasioned by the stork in his rounds leaving a chubby sweet-faced boy at h s h me. Saved His Foot. H. D. Ely, of Bantam, 0,, suffered from a horrable ulcer on his foot for four vears. Doctor advised amputation but he refused ana reluctantly tried Buck len’s Arnica Salve as a fast resort, lie then wrote; ‘‘l used you salve and my foot was soon completely cured.” Best renedy for burns cuts, bruises and eczema. Get a box to day. Only 25c. AH druggists or by mail. H. E. Buck len & Cos ~ Philadelphia or St. L#uis. in mind I will do all kind >f public Hauling and baggage transfer, almost at your figure Phone 282 N. F. Daily. Adv. Mr. Charley Ferguson one of the stirring farmers of Bradley vicinity was here Thursday and showed us samples of his pop corn It is simply fine and he has several busnels for sale. Mr. and Mrs. S. B, Wells, of Sturgis vicinity, shopped here yesterday and while here paid the News office a pleasant and appreciated visit. We have known Mr. Wells ever since we have been residing in the county and appreciate his many kind- ( nesses and courtesies during a long duration, he is a man that has always conducted himself in an upright way. a man of sobri ety and can always be counted upon for morality and Christiani ty. Such citizens are always worthy and of assistance to the ‘good element of any community. Strayed. One bay mare mule about 14£ hands high, between 11 and 12 years old. White spot on right side of neck. Return to M, E. Roberts, Singleton Miss, and receive liberal reward* WHITE HOUSE CAFE ON LAFAYETTE STREET NEAR POST OFFICE. SPECIAL NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS We are now ready to supply families for THANKSGIVING DAY. WE RECEIVE FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS EVERY DAY. OYSTERS EXTRA SEI ECT 80c per hundred. PLANTS. 'ISIEEC Red Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Trout, White Perch, Home-made Candy, daily. QUICK SERVICE. EVERYTHING NICE AND CLEAN. Your Patronage Appreciated. MANUEL MITCHELL, Prop Miss Pansy Gunn departed for Louisville, Wednesday morning where she will visit relatives and friends and will not return until Thanksgiving. Friends wish this charming young lady a most enjoyable time. Fimtfb AND hides Jgp. H H mM HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID m B H for raw furs and hides H Wool on Commission. Write for price- Vg!' i list mentioning this ad. ' i Anna iiiinvii A A - Established 1837 JOHN WHITE & COi louisville, ky. K> \\ Mr. A. V. Frazier, a promi nent and popular merchant, of Sturgis, was a business visitor here Monday. Mr. Jake Davis, wife and the latter’s daughter of Self Creek s-lopped here Wednesday. Subscribe For The College Reflector Mr. J, W. Scoggins, represen tative of Roberts Bros., stockmen of Carbondale, HI., had quite a successful sale of stock, mostly mares, last Saturday, and depart ed Tuesday evening and will put on another sale on Saturday the 29th of this month. Mr. Scoggins made quite a number of friends and acquaintances while here and await his next sale with the view of purchasing from him. His stock when they arrive will be at the Childs old stable. Read his ad in this issue of the News. Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Davenport lale of Hattiesburg, spent Satur day and Sunday with Mrs. L. D McDowell, mother of Dr, Daven port. Monday morning they went to Cedar Bluff and took the west bound Southern train for Scott, their future home. The doctor has accepted the position as with the English Syndicate plantation, of which Prof, J. W. Fox is general manager. His friends wish him continued suc cess, happiness and prosperity, Mrs. W. R. Rainey who has been visiting in the home of her son,, Mr. D, E. Rainey returned to her home at Sturgis yester day. The venerable lady has passed her four score years. Preaching at the Baptist church Sunday. 11 A. M. “Lost Sheep” 7 P, M. “Salvation.” Mr. John Spence a prosper ous farmer and merchant of Winston county traded in the city Wednesday. The W. C. T. U. will hold a business meeting on Monday afternoon at 3 p. rn. at the resi dence ot Mrs. Hoi ace Cunning ham. A full attendance is re quired. Patronize Our Advertisers. fV!I Answfci t*f?. During the encampment oZ seven? giniPrts of British soldiers fu a cet ai. district the wood ao*; turf used foi cooking purposes were carted by *he neighboring farmers. One day o .ionkey-can fall of turf was brought In 'he driver being a country fad. Asa regimental band was playing, he atooci In front of the donkey and held the animal tightly by the head. Some of the "smart ones” gathered round, high ly pleased, and the wit of the party asked why be "held his brother so ;ignUy. :i The reply was crushing' Vm afraid n© might enlist." Not New, Just Overlooked. We have every reason to helievo that the statement that a nfcw planet has been discovered at Harvard is untrue. All the Indications point t*. U having been there for some time, though In the hurry of modern astron omy it would appear to have beea erlooked. Good and Bad Diversions. Christian discipleship does not in volve the abandonment of any inno cent enjoyment. Any diversion or amusement which we can use so as to receive pleasure and enjoyment tc ourselves, and do no harm to fibers, we are perfectly free to use; and any that we cannot use without injury tc ourselves or harm to others, we have no right to use, whether we aro Chrio Uans or not —Washington Gladden. Mesdames. Harrell and Russell of Sessums, and Mrs, T. W. Woodward and Miss Mary Cocolough, of this city, returned last evening from Brooksville, where they attended a convention of women. MONEY TO LOAN On Improved Farm Lands. 7 per cent Interest Easy Payments. Any amount from S3OO up. Liberal Reduction. G. ODIE DANIEL H T. Saunders, Inspector. T. J. WOOD ATTORNEY AT LAW ATTENTION TO COMMERCIAL CLAIMS. STARKVILLE, : MISSISSIPPI. JOHN PERKINS ATTORNEY AT LAW (J* W. Norment Office) Court Square ST AR K VILL E,SMISS. All Claims for Collection Given Prompt Attention. Money To Loan. M. A. SAUNDERS Attorney at Law Office upstairs ever Peetefffee. Starkvllle, Mississippi. W. W. MAQRUDER. Attorney at Law I Starkvllle, MlsaislppL Q. ODIE DANIEL Attorney and Counselor at Law (Same Old Stand) 8te r kvllle, Mississippi. B. F. BELL 4 Attorney at Law And Solicitor in Chancery Starkvllle, Miss. Practices in all the Courts. Protnpi attention given to all business. Of jca over Merchants and Farmers' Bank. Office Phone 157; residence lit. J. W. NORMENT, Attorney at Law ( Starkvllle, Miss. Attention to collection of olaimo. Wiley N. Nash. s H. E. IHsA. NASH & C NASH t Attorneys and Counselors at Law and Solicitors in Chancery •tarkvllle Mississippi MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED AND FARM LAND*. Lew Rate of Interest and Rasp Payments. Q. ODIE DANIEL * X. T. SAUNDERS, Inspector.