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Mrs. J. E. Brown, of Bradley,
shopped here Tuesday, Mr. W. H. Sikes, was looking after business here Tuesday. Hon. D. W. Outlaw, Jr. # was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr, G. P. Boyd, of Osborn, was a business visitor here Tues day, Mr. Murry Maxwell, Sr., was a town visitor Tuesday, attend ing to business. Messrs. A. F. and Hampton Young, of Sessums, were trans acting business here Tuesday. Mi. W. L. Casey, successful merchant and farmer of Hickory Grove, was a business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. Harry Wood departed Friday for Little Rock, Ark., where he visited his sister, Mrs, S. O, Stew r an. Mr. Paul Robelot spent Sun day with his family and will re turn home likely tomorrow and remain until after the holidays. Messrs. W. T. Woodson and L. A. Pondren, two of Sturgis’ popular and prominent citizens, were business visitors here Tues day. Wednesday’s rain, though light, was a little disagreeable, but we hope to get fully recon. ciled to conditions before the winter shall have passed. Many people are getting in their Christmas “licker” and the trouble that will result from it. Go it while you are young and reap your “crap” of wild oats. Mrs. S. O. Stewart and chil dren are expected to arrive here today from Little Rock, Ark., and be guests in the home of her pa rents, Col. and Mrs. Thos. J. W ood. Mr, R. H. Chiles, who has been attending the Hotel Keep ers’ Convention at Jackson, re turned Wednesday, having had a pleasant time though of a bust ness nature. Thanks to many of our sub scribers who have been consider ate enough to call, pay up their subscriptions and renewed avail ing themselves of the $l.OO a year subscription. Remember that the new year will soon be here and to avail yourselves of the dollar rate for the News for another year that you must pay up old scores and a dollar in advance. Many are > doing this and why not all? Mr. Chas. H. Jacob has just returned from Longview, where he closed a contract for installing systems of plumbing and steam heat in the Agricultural High School buildings of Oktibbeha county,—Columbus Commercial. Prof, and Mrs. Enoch McKell, of TharpeUniversity, Louisville, Ky., will arrive at home today or tomorrow to spend the Christ mas holidays with relatives and friends at whose hands they will no doubt receive a warm wel come. Mr. J. W. Scroggin, the horse and mule man, returned from Kentucky this week, and has two car loads of horses and mules that are at his sales sta ble that can be seen, they arriv ing Tuesday. His ad will tell mo u where be can be found. Mr. Will Davis, near Artesia, Lowndes County, was a business visitor here Saturday and renew ed his subscription for another year. Mr. Davis has been a val ued subscriber for several years and makes us feel good by tell ing us that he would feel at a loss without its weekly visita tions. We appreciate the words of kindness and wish good health, happiness and prosper! ty. From general appearances that section very much agrees with him. Misses Elise and Meta Per kins, two charming young ladies, accomplished daughters of Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Perkins, will ar rive Saturday to spend the holi days with homefolks; the former is music teacher in theßoonville High School and the lattei is a student in the Mississippi Syn odical College, Holly Springs, one of the most famous colleges extant for the education of young ladies. We wish these young ladies a most enjoyable home visit. Miss Julia Raymond is visitiug pleasantly her venerable father, H. R. Raymond, D. D., and her sister’s family, Mrs. Jesse Owen. She will be Here until after the holidays when she will return to Marietta, Okla., where she has been residing for the last six or eight months engaged in teach ing music, her chosen profession, in which art she has few equals and no superiors. Her friends are delighted to meet and see her in the enjoyment of good health. Mayor J. I. Cummins, of Long view, was a business visitor here Tuesday, He says there were seyeral parties from Attala County there last week prospect ing with a view of buying land for farming purposes, to buy lots in the town for their chil dren’s convenience for attending school. It will be but a few years before all land that can be bought around Longview will be sold. Quite a number have taken ad vantage of the special offer, 11.50, for the News and the Issue for one year. Tne Issue, pub lished at Jackson, publishes the Supreme court decisions in addi tion to up-to date news of all kinds. Both sides of the great sensational Hobbs trial now on will regularlv appear in it. This offer only holds good to the first of next month. Our good friend, Mr. J. R. Davis, was in town Tuesday and we thank him most sincerely for a sack of as fine turnips that were ever grown. This is a kindness that we appreciate more than words can express; it is a pleasure to know you have someone to think of you kindly. May peace, joy and happiness ever be his portion through life. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Swindol, of the Self creek community shopped here Monday and while in the city Mr. Swindol paid his admission fee for a year for the news and is now a full-fledged member of the News family. Mr. Swindol recently moyed here from Alabama and is a staunch citizen. We wish him success and prosperity in his new home, The county commissioners met Tuesday and decided the election of the candidates for board of supervisors in District No. 2. At the special election two of the candidates, G. P. Boyd and G. G, Thompson, tied. Under the law it was decided by lot. Mr. Q. G. Thompson was the suc cessful candidate.] WHITE HOUSE CAFE —l————— ON LAFAYETTE STREET NEAR POST OFFICE. SPECIAL NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS —- We are now ready to supply families for CHRISTMAS. WE RECEIVE FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS EVERY DAY. OYSTERS EXTRA SEI ECT 80c per hundred. PLANTS. FISH 7 Red Snapper, Spanish Mackerel, Trout, White Perch, Home-made Candy, daily. QUICK SERVICE. EVERYTHING NICE AND CLEAN. Your Patronage Appreciated. MANUEL MITCHELL, Prop Mr, S. F. Bass, the efficient cashier of Longview Bank, was a visitor m our city for several hours between trains on return home from Brooksville where he spent several days on business. He has great confidence in the future prosperity and growth of his new adopted home, Long view, but. it takes time and pa tience, he says, for develop ments. Mr. F. M. Oakly, of the Oktoc neighborhood, spent last night in town with Mr* Me. D. Mcll wain. Mr. J. E. Brown, of Bradly, was transacting business here yesserday. Stops Pains, Heals Wounds. Royaline Oil is stronger than the 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 better. Try it now. 10c. t ~5c., 50c, Money back plan. The local W. C. T. U. met on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. J. Valentine. The subject for the afternoon was “Purity.” The meeting was lead by Mrs. Eoster, superin tendent of the department of pu rity. Tne meeting was well attended, and much interest manifested in the subjects under discussion. The ladies of the Baptist Church are highly pleased at the results of their bazaar held last Thursday and Friday at the Starkville Miliinary Store Tnere were many beautiful and useful articles disposed of, in fact nothing was left over. They are to be congratulated upon their emphatic success. Mrs. J. T. Thompson, who spent the summer, fall and a portion of the winter at the pop ular Montreat, N. C., resort re turned home Tuesday to the great pleasure of her numerous friends, and was greatly benefit ed by her protracted visit. For Sale,, My home place situated cornet of Jackson and Gillespie streets is for sale. Good dwelling with two big lots. E.D. Yeates, StarkviWe, Miss- Mr. Minor Montgomery, of the Bradley neighborhood, was a business visitor here Wednes day. He is one of Oktibbeha's oldest and most respected citi zens, and old Confederate vetei* an, having enlisted in the begin ning and was in many battles. There are but tew now living of his comrades, some four or five. Best and Cheapest. For Constipation, Billiousness, Head ache, Royaline Liver Regulator is best and cheapest. 15 cents. Money back plan. r MOBILE AND OHIO RAILROAD CO. | | OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY 30 CHURCH STREET Now York, December 1, 1913. At a meeting of the Board of Directors held this day Mr, Fairfax Harrison was elected President of the Company, m A. W. MACKINTOSH, Secretary. I EXCURSION RATES | I FOR THE I I SOLID^.'2'S I Will be in Effect to all Stations on the Illinois Central I AND THE Yazoo Miss. Valley Railroads ■£ i . ♦ ‘ I For particular# ee our Ticket agent or address I I I G. H. BOWER. G. P. A., Memphis, Tenn. I The law office of Hod, VY. W. Magruder, now in rapid course of construction will be one of the most conveniently arranged of fices within the state. The stone trimmings and pressed buff col ored brick make a most impos ing presentation. It will not only be a most substantial edifice, but at the same time exceeding ly ornamental. Let us do your Xmas and New Year’s Job Printing.