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The Starkville news. (Starkville, Miss.) 1902-1960, December 12, 1913, Image 3

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Hon. R. P. Washington was a
visitor here yesterday.
Mr. C. A. Johnston of Self
Creek traded here tuesday.
Rev. W. A, Jordan visited
Strongs, Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. A. M. O’Bannona farmer
from the By Wy community was
in the city Tuesday,
Miss Lillie Clemens, of Macon,
spent Sunday in the home of her
uncle Mr. Wm. Ward.
Mrs. B. P. Williams is pleas
antly visiting in the home of Mrs.
E, L. Howard, Columbus.
There will be communion
services at the Presbyterian
Church Sunday morning at 11
Mr. W, H, Curry and daught
er Miss Mary Kemp, of Louis
ville, spent Sunday pleasantly
in the home of his sister. Mrs. H.
A, Belk.
Rev. J, G. Anderson will preach
at the Odd Fellows Hall Dec 21
at 11 o’clock A. M. All are
specially invited to attend this
seryice. Also at 7 o’clock P. M.
Mrs. J. T. Kirk and little
daughter, Mary Wallace of
Starkyille, are visiting her par
ents, Dr and Mrs. W. W. West
moreland, Sr. —Columbus Dis
Mrs, W. H. Buckley, of Lewis,
La., is pleasantly visiting in the
home of her parents, Judge and
Mrs, T. B. Carroll, and will be
the cherished guest until after
the holidays.
Last meeting in the year,
Pearl Lodge, K. &L. of Honor,
next Tuesday night. If full
meeting all accounts will be al
lowed and ordered paid. A full
attendance is desired,
On account of time we are com
pelled to make publication of re
port of the ladies concerning the
rest room, but the same will ap
pear next week; and it is a good
one creditable to ail concerned.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Storraent
are receiving congratulations
over the arrival of a fine baby
boy that arrived yesterday
morning. Glad to report moth
er and babe are doing nicely.
Mrs. Geo. E. Newsom, who
has been pleasantly visiting in
the home of her mother, Mrs.
A. G. O’Brien, for the last fort
night, will depart for her home,
Mobile, Ala., tomorrow morning.
Mr. G. P. Swiudol, of Self
Creek neighborhood, was trading
here Monday. He recently mov
ed from Alabama and will make
hia first crop here next year. We
are glad to have such men as ho
become citizens.
Mr, Joe Mcßeynolds killed
some porkers this week which
were tine. One after beinfirciress
ed tipped the beam at 570 pounds,
Thirty gallons of lard was ob
tained. Mr. Mcßeynolds former
ly resided on Self Creek.
Hon. C B. Hannah, of Sturgis
was a business visitor here Tues
day. It will be but a short time
before he will have to attend the
next session ot the state legis
lature and from the present out
look he will ba there until next
Summer. No man stands higher
within the state than C. B. Han
Mr. Alex McDowell, of Hous
ton, Tex., spent Friday night
and part of Saturday, in the
home of his uncle, Maj. L. D.
McDowell and in the afternoon,
accompanied by his uncle, Maj.
McDowell departed for Okolona
to visit in the home of his other
uncle. Capt. JWilliam Mc-
Dowell. We are glad to
know that Alex is prospering
and has made good with the sys
tem of rail roads that he has been
associated with for quite a num
ber of yeais with head quarters
at Houston. His old friends
here are always glad to see him
and wish him all happiness and
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Mr, D. G. Blair who has been
a citizen of our town for the past
fifteen years has moved to
Columbus and will make it his
future home and we regret that
respective interests so decree,
for in him Starkville loses a
splendid, good man in every
respect; what is Starkvili’s loss
is Columbus’ gain. We unquali
fiedly recommend him to the
good people of our sister city as
a man worthy ot their good
officies and confidence in every
way. A good and true man is to
be appreciated, and we know Mr,
Blair to be an honorable and
upright man.
Monday was bright and cold
ana a veritable day for hog kill
ing and the week was one of
great activity with those who
killed and there were many. Our
county is in better shape on the
bread and meat proposition than
for a number of years.
Mr. Western R. Hamill, one of
the best citizens of the county
and a successful and prosperous
farmer, was trading here yester
day and as his usnal manner
remembered the News substan.
Mr. T. H. Cox knows what is
good and desiring to share his
pleasure with us, kindly present
ed us with a fine pumpkin for
which we thank him very kindly.
There is nothing better than
“pumpkin’*; it can be prepared in
several ways delightfully.
The graft cases in New York
show convincingly the necessity
for earnest and constant co-oper
ation on the part of all good citi
zens in maintaining good govern
ment. Every incident of the
kind proves that where honest
men fall out, thieves get more
than their due.—N. O, Picayune.
A Xmas gift that would bring
a source ot joy and comfort to
one off from home would be a
year’s subscription to the Stark
ville News. The recipient would
receive it and peruse its pages
as if it was a letter from home.
Send it to one of your best
friends or a dear relative.
Pastor Jordan will preach
Sunday at Baptist church as
Let us do your Xmas and New
Year’s Job Printing.
Coffee, sugar, and rice are our
Florida oranges in any quantity
at the Racket Store —All a little
Save Half Your Money.
By using ono 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 Llv-,
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.
We are now ready to supply families for
Red Snapper, Spanish Mackerel,
Trout, White Perch,
Home-made Candy, daily.
Your Patronage Appreciated.
Oar community was saddened
and shocked Tuesday evening at
the intelligence that Mrs. M. K
Powers’ spirit had taken its
flight to the God who gaye it, at
5:30 o’clock. Mrs. Powers had
been for quite a while confined
to her home, and her death was
not a surprise to those of her
immediate family and close
friends. She was the relict of the
late Capt. Homer C. Powers who
preceded her to that mysterious
land 18 or 20 years ago and
mother of Mr. P. H. Powers and
Mrs. Allie Tarry, both of whom
were with her at the time of her
demise. She was a most excell
ent lady possessing a beautiful
chrstian character, having been
most all of her life a consistent
member of the Presbyterian
church. She was a fond, devot
ed and indulgent mother and a
friend of great fidelity.
The funeral services were held
at the residence, H. R- Raymond,
D. D., and Rev. F. Z. Browne,
her pastors, conducting, assisted
by T. C. Wier, D D. of the
Methodist denomination, and the
interment took place immediately
after the services at the late resi
dence, at 4'o’clock, Wednesday
evening at Fellowship cemetery,
in the presence of a large con
course of relatives and sympa
thizing friends.
The many beautiful flowers
placed by loving hands upon the
new made grave were symbolic
of the beautiful and lovely life
of the departed and evidence of
the love and esteem in which she
was held by her friends.
The News joins the many
friends of the bereaved in their
irreparable loss in extending
words of condolence to them
in their hour of sorrow.
Stops Fains, Heals Wounds.
Royaline Oil is stronger than the
other antiseptics. That gives i t
or outside, man or beast. Also makes
it go further and give larger value
fob 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 better. Try
it now. 10c., 25c., 50c, Money back
Best and Cheapest.
For Constipation, Billiousness, Head
ache, Royaline Liver Regulator is best
and cheapest. cents, Money back
A pretty marriage was solemn
ized Wednesday afternoon at ttie
residence of the groom's brother.
W. W. Buntm, the contracting
parties being Mr. Thomas Heard
Biintin and Miss Julia May
Rawls. Rev. W. A. Jordan
spoke the impressive words
which united the destiny of the
young couple to a life of weal or
woe. The groom is a young man
of spendid character, industrious
and full of energy, while the
pretty bride is a young lady of a
lovely and sweet disposition,
and will make the man of
her choice a splendid helpmate.
After the nuptials the couple left
on a honeymoon to Ethelville.
Ala., Columbus and other points.
The News extends success and
prosperity to the young couple
Don’t forget that the price of
the News will be Si.so after the
Ist of January. Renewals for
another year may be had by pay
ing arrears and a year in advance
for SI,OO. Note this—cash in
advance, the rule will be invoked.
Will be in Effect to a!l Stations on the
Illinois Central ,
Yazoo ffliss. Valley
Railroads ,
For particulars see our Ticket agent or address
G. H. BOWER. G. P. A., Memphis, Tenn.
Rev. F. Z. Browne preached
two great sermons Sunday and
everybody who had the privi
lege of hearing him were very
much pleased, Mr, Browne is
a very zealous and consecrated
man, splendid order of intellect
and of superior attainments. The
same may be said ot our Metho
dist and Baptist bretheren, Revs
T H, Lipscomb and W, A. Jor
dan, beloved and respected im
measurably by their respective
Lots For Sale.
Land in ten acre blocks, one
half now in cultivation, Also 40
lots will be sold to highest bidder
J. H. Welborn,
For the Longview Land Co
I will be at Sturgis on Friday
the 26th and Maben, Saturday
the 27th of December, 1913, when
and where I will meet the tax
payers for the payment and the
collection ot taxes.
L. H. Nickels,
Sheriff and Tax collector,
Oktibbeha Cos. Miss.

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