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To Visit the Pacific Coast On account of the Panama Pacific Exposition at San Francisco and the Pana-California Exposition at San Diego round trip tickets can be purchased via ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. to these points at approximately the same rate as you ordinarily would have to pay for a one way ticket. These tickets are now on sale and will continue to be sold until November 80. 1915. They are limited return ing to three months from date of sale, but not later than December 31st, 1915. You have your choice of routes iu both directions, going one route, returning another, and numerous side trips are also authorized in connection with these tickets If you are interested and will mail me the coupon at tached to this advertisement I shall take pleasure ir quoting you the ticket rate from your city, and give you complete information concerning this trip. Mr. G. H. Bower, General Passenger Agent Illinois Central and Yazoo & Mississippi Valley Railroads Dear sir:* In accordance with vour advertisement in the. please quote me the round trip fare Irom to While enroute I desire to lake in the following points, Yours truly, M BRING ’EM, I FIX’EM. | g Dr. Sole The Heeler. g H All work neatly done while you wait. | I L. L. EAVES, Shoe Repairer. | p Stand. | NOTICE. The next regular meeting ot the Oktibbeha Camp, 1311 Q C. V. will be held at 10 o’clock, a.m., a- the Court Honse, on the first Saturday in April. The election of officers and other business of importance is to be transacted. A full attendance is earnestly de sired. Murry Maxwell, Adjutant. I An You a Woman? | I* Cardui I The Woman’s Tonic I FIB SALE AT ALL I I'--* *£■-: y^r^r Mrs, E. G. Blackman who has been residing here for more than a year, departed, this morning for Leland her future home where she'joins Mr. Blackman who has interests there. We very much regret to lose this excellent family, but separate interests controls circumstances. Friends wish them good health and happiness in their new home, FOR : • BEST RESULTS ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS. Material And Facilities For All Candidates WORK. We do Up-to-date Job Printing a cheap as the other kind. ■ • v i , . - • " - ' v ,'M i V ' Subscribe tor The News. SSP IIAJUVILUS MEWS. MISS. DU TAIT BUTLER AIDS MOVEMENT One-Crop System Ruinous to in Mississippi” Campaign Will Qo Muon to Change This System—Missis* ' stppi Has Great Opportunities, But Soil Must Be Built Up. HORS PROFIT FROM LARD -'Brown In MlUlppr WIN t*r up PH d®—-Improve Home Marks!*— What te Good Enough for Ml eel* •Ippi la the Beet in the World. Jt during the last 60 years merely the mules, hay, corn and meat need or ponsumed within this elate bad been “Grown in Mississippi,” the resulting wealth would have rivaled the golden treasures of the richest El Dorado. Our young men have played an in* port ant part in the building of the idtleg of other states and the wealth produced through depleting our soils by our one-crop system has gone to build up the great agricultural states ADVANTAGES OFTHE SOUJH I CHEAP LAND t EXPENSIVE BARNS UNNECESSARY 3 WINTER OATS FOR PASTURE 4 LONG PASTURE SEASON S' PLENTY OF RAIN 5 MORE KINDS OF CROPS 7 MORE CORN PER ACRE HILO WINTERS • • TEMPER ATI SUMMERS CAN WORK THE YEAR AROUND e^ on our north, but had these resources been Intelligently employed within our own borders, in the growing of these four agricultural products only, they would have brought ua both fame and fortune. Mississippi cotton carries its own trade mark, the superior excellence of Ua staple stamping it the world over an "Grown in Mississippi,” and when through state pride and a spirit of in telligent thrift and independence we send out to the non-agrlcultural world our share of those food products which our agricultural resources are able to stamp with the same superior excel lence with which nature stamps our cotton, then indeed, will “Grown in Mississippi” be a trade mark of excel lence and a slogan to conjure with. Use Mississippi Products. When w© show to the world that we think Mississippi grown farm products the best In the world, by using them ourselves, to the exclusion of products grown elsewhere, then the outside world will give a meaning to ths slogan "Grown in Mississippi” and pay tor the quality which it typifies. So long as we remain an agricultural state we must set our aim higher than simply the production of home sup plies. We must also help to feed tho non-agricultural world. First, let "Grown in Mississippi” be oar slogan to encourage the growth of home-used agricultural products and then let us by this same slogan make It known to all the world that what is good enough for Mississippi Is the best is the world. Mississippi Takes Important Step Forward. The “Grown In Mississippi” Movement Under the Direction of H. B. Bisks* lee, Commissioner of Agriculture, to Have Great influence In Making Mississippi a Greater State—Labeled Products Will Advertise Stats to World—Monty Kept la Community Used by Many People—Farmers R* turning Prom Canada, Many Coming South. . By A B. WAGGONER, Of the Agrtoulturai Extension Depart ment International Harvester Com paiiy. The Idea back of these two slogans M to take steps to label all Mississippi ’products with "Grown In Mississippi** Or “Made in Mississippi.” These 1* beled produets will advertise the state to the world.' This plan will mean much to the state —keeping the Biooey at home, better markets, abol fpKfoig the credit system, developing gtate pride, advertising the state to fee wortd, more and better immigra tion, Bring at home, better farms, more Opportunities for Mississippi boys and girfe. Any one of these reasons Should be Inducement enough to make the of all Mississippi isroilnnks Hector. A. & M. College, Miss. lege Reflector and keep in touch I and the happenings at our state I SI.OO Per Year. j Gone To Her Reward. •*' Sf Death has entered and sadden ed another home and taken wife and mother from loved ones. Mrs. J. A. Ellis departed this life about 6 o’clock* Monday morning, having been confined but a few days to a sick bed from a severe attack of grippe or probably run into pneumonia.. She was a daughter of the late Mr. Hilliary and Temperance Pearsou, well Known by the old er citizens who preceded her many years ago to the myster ious beyond, and the wife of Rev. J. A. Ellis, so well and favorab ly known throughout the state for his ability and efficient ser vices in the ministry. The de ceased was a very pious and consecrated Christian, a shining light in the work of her Lord and Master. Funeral services were conducted at the late home, con ducted by Rev. F. Z. Browne, pastor of the Presbyterian church assisted by Rev. W, A. Jordan, pastor of the Baptist church and Rev. T. H. Lipscomb, of the Methodist church, and Revs. T. C. Wier and Rev W. S Harri son, also Methodist ministers, on Tuesday morning and interment at Fellowship cemetery. A large concourse of relatives and friends followed the remains to the last resting place to pay tneir sad riles to one that they so much beloved and respected. The deceased is survived by. of her immediate family, the devot ed husband Rev. J. A. Ellis, who is very much enfeebled as to be unable to be present, and loving children. Rev. Roland Ellis, R. P. Ellis, Mrs. Hattie Lelan Needham. Mrs. Julia Self and Miss Carrie Ellis, grand children, numerous relatives and friends to mourn her loss. She leaves one brother, Mr. Y. A. Pearson, .old sister, Mrs. F. W. Russell, of Trim Cane neighborhood. The many beautiful, sweet fl .wers, t> pical of the life and character of the departed loved ue, placed by loving hands gently upon the new made grave, vvill ever live in the memory of the living who stood by to see me last ceremony performed. Such characters never die for ihaj live in the hearts left be hind. May the blessings of God ever rest upon the bereft and sustain them through the trials and tribulations incident to life. Utah Professors Strike. Fourteen professors at the University of Uiah have resign ed as a sympathetic strike for an investigation of why live of their fellow professors were dismiss ed by the president of the insli tuiion and the public statement of the Board of Regents; who up held the president and refused to investigate. The statement which was prepared in advance of the meeting, was adopted without the vole of lour of the members. Politics or religion is said to be back of the dismis sal. —The Farming Business. Mrs. James Johnston and daughter, of Trim Cane neigh borhood, shopped here Monday. Trustee’* Sale. | Under the provisions of a trust detfl executed bv William Gregory and wig Lizzie Gregory to D.E Slaughter, Trul lee, January Btb, 1909,t0 secure certalS indebtedness, said trust deed being rtM corded in deed book No. 105, page 59 In Chancery Clerks office in Oktibbeha County Mississippi, I will sell at publjJl auction to the highest bidder for at front door of Court House of sa J county in Starkvllle, within legal houil on April sth 1915, the following proper ty located in said county, viz: All North East Quarter of Hecttorj One In Township Seventeen range Four teen East, except 56 1-3 acres In end thereof and except about 16 acres Iri‘ north east corner of sa*d section, 10 acres being 13-33 chains east an'f west and 12-00 chains north and south/. Also 3 horses and 3 red poll cows a n<r increase, all described in said trust Default having been made in paying said Indebtedness aud the owner of jsame and the beneficiary having requested' said trustee to execute said trust and j foreclose. March 9th 1915. D. E. SLAUGHTER, Trustee Legal Notice. The State of Mississippi, f' Oktibbeha County. \ In re Estate of D.A. Clardy, deceased. Having been appointed by the Chan- * cerv Court of said county and state, on I the 15th day of March 1915. as execute* and executrix, respect!vely, of the estalf-1 of D. A- Clardy, deceased, and having! taken the oath of office a' • rdingly ci * the 16th day of March 1915, u.nd letter* \ granted to us as executor and executrh | of said estate on said date, all person;-' having claims against said estate an | hereby notified and required to have the same probated and registered as pro vided by law, and a failure to so probat* and register the same within one yeat will forever bar the claim. Witness our signatures on this th* 16th day of day of March A. D. 1915. W, M. Clardy, Executor of the estate of D. A. Clardy deceased. Mrs. Lula Clardy, Executrix of the estate of D. A. Clardy. deceased. 3I Worn Out? (1 No doubt you pre, if you suffer from any of the * numerous ailments to II which an women are sub- \J| ject. Headache, back ache, sideache, nervous ness, weak, tired feeling, IP are. some of the symp toms, and you must nd #1 i £ yourself of them in order II to feel well. Thousands i t of women, who have i § f been benefited by this Ii remedy, urge you to * . II TAKK || 3 Cardai I II The Woman’s Tonic 11 I I Mrs. Sylvania Woods, 11 i I of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: | Ii “Before taking Car dui, I j I was, at times, so weak 1 l| could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. IP After taking three bottles 7jk of Cardai, the pains dis- l| appeared. Now 1 fee! as well as lever did. Every v f suffering woman should I % try CarduL" Get a bottle 11 today. 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