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THE STARKVII.it NEWS.
VOL XIV. SAYS ENGLAND CUTS COTTON S2O A BALE BY BLOCKING TRADE. Senator Vardanian Thinks Southern Peoide Suffer from Neglect. Washington, Oct. 18. — ‘As cotton growers are being paid a higher price for their produc than they expected to get some of them are loosing sight of the fact that England is robbing them of 820 a bale.” in this manner James K. \ ard a man, junior senator from Mississippi, prefaced his remarks tins after noon on the international Mtua lion. Senator Vardanian return ed to Washington today after having tilled several lecture en gagements in Oklahoma and Texas. He also has been in Mississippi since leaving the capital three weeks ago. He ex pects to return there within a few days to make a limited tour within the state. On this trip he will make a few speecnes but primarily he goes to answer such questions as the people may ca.ie. to ask in regard to matters of national political interest. • England’s policv of keeping cotton out of the beligereut and neutral countries has depressed the price,” continued the Senator “With a 10.000,000-bale crop in sight the price should be at least 820 higher if the extensive mar ket England is denying us was open. -In Mississippi, Oklahoma and Texas, stales which I have jusi visited, the people are loyal to the administration but still they are not blind to the tact that they have been the \ k tuns c l suine official neglect. ‘•Another point with respect to this cotton situation stands out with peculiar clearness. lh*> is that American manufactures will join hands readily with Eng land manufactures to rob the American farmer. There never is any trouble in securing unitv of action between corporations In their hands the toilet. whu produces the wealth wLh which they juggle, has as little chance as lias the prey between the up. per and lower jaws of a wild wolf. “With regard to the various vaunting schemes designed lu invest the peoples money in Death dealing machines, human and material, there is no response from the people through that portion of the country that I just have visited. Tqey are opposed to additional expanses T U A T7JUST BACK The MARKETS I•IVXm 1 C an( j can Satisfy your wants in BEST and LATEST Dress Goods and Staples, Shoes and Clothing. Better than ever prepared to SUlTand SERVE YOU in MATERIAL and PRICES. & Kevt Hpgol>ate Sloth Of (goods. accept Our ~f MVitatiow Cos Call and See. - —- l ~r KATZ, sta S S&ippi=“ STARKVILLE, MISSIrtSIPRI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 22. 1915. Mississippi Secures Dairy Worker For Tick Free Areas. If “prosperity follows the dairy cow” Mississippi is getting in line for increased hank ac counts. With a number of creameries in operation; with silos dotting the state; with ticks on the run, and better dairy cows coming in; and now with three men helping the work along, the state’s dairy industry is develop ing a healthy growth. In cooperation with the U S. Department of Agriculture, the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College, through the Extension Department has just sec u red anol he r dai r v spec ia I ist, O; M, Camhurn who will take charge of the work in the tick free areas. According to Mr. L. A. Hig gins who has charge of the Dairy Extension work for the state, it is the duty of the three men now employed in this work to help the farmer in every phase of the dairy business from selecting and buying good dairy cows, to selling tbe butter. They aid in the construction of dairy barns, milk houses, and siios. Helping to organize and develop creameries when the conditions justify it is part of the j ib. When farmers are not con venient to a creamery these workers, as far as possible, go to the farms, and assist in making a high quality ot butter. They then take samples of the bin ter to hotels or stores and help get markets established. Lewis—Kell um Mr- G. B Lewis and Mis Levy KMluco of the Cross Roads community in the western part of the county were united in marriage last week by Judge R M. Baynham. The young cou ple are quite popular in their neighborhood. for army or navy expansion. “If there were any clanger of war I would not oppose extensive preparation. As it is there nev er was a time in history when the United States could afford to •Id "ts people of a portion of the out den made necessary by the maintenance of fighting forces and their equipment. With the world sapping its military 7 streng th until recovery will mean gen eraiions I fail to see reason in rushing to arms.” SUPERVISORS PROCEED INGS. East Miss Times, sub paper 1 50 Starkvile News advertising board.. 6 25 Starkviile News drinking cups... 300 East Miss'Times pub predings... .25,00 East Miss Times prntng city clerk. 9 oo Joe Harris vat work...- 75 \VJ Duller vat work 1 45 ML Stewart vat work. . 2 50 EP Nichols vat work 5 00 EM Riles vat work 2 00 HU Doxney A Cos., vat material.... 1 20 White Thompson vat work. 1 75 JM Johnson vat work' 1 50 John Parrish vat work 4 00 Herman Hunt vat work 7 00 (’H Qniun hatiling 300 James Johnson lumber 674 Harrv .1 ohnson him her...... 26 13 KM Hawium lumber ....32 14 TH Keed vat work 3 00 DH Jackson read work 5 00 .1 ( Harrell feed stuff 243 91 GF Wise Hardware 7 95 Duwkins Bros shop work 29 45 PA Sullivan reprng harness 6 25 TA Keeton lumber 94 54 JE Sharp, gal! cure 2 25 OL Quinn road work 337 60 Security State Hank, amts paid District No. 1 : 4.155.98 Security State Hank, amts paid District No. 1 203 65 EO Mcllwain frgt on steel b , dg5..151 32 DE Uainev fdng mules 1 60 .11, Martin supplies 11 74 LH 1 )iverbliss reprng typewriter.. 1 60 DE Rainev salary 25 oo RP Hart ness, vat work 23 00 Wednesday October 6, 1915. City of Stkvile water & lights 64 68 L. Cooper vat work 1 • \\C Gunn drinking cups 20 30 i’ll Stillman mattresses for C. 11. .la oo FA Clardy broom C. H I J () Mt. Vernon School, school repr5....25 00 Christopher School, “ la oo HF Lummus road wot k 107 80 G Smith vegetables for covets >-2 50 S Cooper feed convicts.. 13 20 Dr FH Long alluding envets 400 JM Cardin potatoes convicts 1 50 Frank Love, work 21 (lo Harvey Turney work 18 oo White Thompson work 23 TR Greeg work *’* •• * ME White shop work 1 25 EO Mcliwain copying assessment roils *-68 :,s DP. Jackson building bridges I! 7.. JR Hunt lumber L*> *< TA Keeton lumber 12*2 40 WSCrumpton bridge work 150 Lit Cooper hauling 23 50 Hill Williams temp panpr 2 oo GG Thompson inspting roads 12 oo RL Gillespie & Hro lumber 8 25 JDHartness bridge work 40 00 LH Nickels feeding pris 4J 8o LH Nickels envying luntcs.. 73 60 Lil Nickels envying prisoner 11 20 jLMartiu supplies 3 84 J L Martin nails 5 74 ,IL Martin plow points 96 J L Martin collars 4 03 .Starkviile News vt Maben Press, publishing proceedings 31 25 JL Lucas assessing for 1915 514 65 Gill &, Cos arsenic 305 6" Robinson Bros vat work 7 90 WE Drane vat work 5 2d Clardy Bros &Cos supplies. *.. 20 77 Clardy Bros Cos supplies 100 j Clardy Bros & Cos supplies 35 H\V Daniel lumber 27 72 Visiting Attorneys In Atten dance Upon Circuit Court. The following attorneys were professional visitors here in at tendance upon Circuit Court this week; C. L. Garnett and J. W. Loving, Columbus; S B. Dobbs and Geo. R. Hightower,Jr..Ack. eiman;J.E Caradine, Gates T Ivey and Judge J. J. McClellen, West Point; T. L Lamh f Eupo ra. Jno D. Green, Jr., Sturgis, and D. W. Houston, Aberdeen. Don’t forget the Big Tent Show. Monday night, Oct, 25th. and all the week on Saunders lot. HVY Daniel lumber 12 gs .111 Smith A-Co hauling arsenic....! 54 JE Polly lumber 5 off VVW Boone lumber 1 50 .IE Polly lumber 26 67 .111 Smith Cos feed 3095 Cooke it Johnson hay 6 99 JH Smith it Cos feed for mules. .130 84 \VD Walker cement 29 38 Jll Smith A Cos oats s*. 07 CS Fondren inspecting roads.... .15 oo DW Outlaw Jr. inspecting is *o .10 McCrolght inspecting roads .. 15 oo John Perkins services ally board.. 10 67 Security State Hank, overdrafts on countv funds 107 oo Security State Hank, overdrafts on road funds 7 95 Security State Hank, overdrafts on District No 4 road funos lo 65 Security State Hank, overdrafts on District No 2 road funds 2 55 Security State Hank, overdrafts on District No 2 road funds 37 33 Security State Hank, public road tund 7 28 FD Harvey ACo road work... .9 430.71 Talking Warrior Lumber Cos 49 32 WH Gunn posts 12 oo GS Alston road wurx Oo oo WG Ruffin road work 42 5o Walter McCreight road work 84 oo HC Wellborn road work- 34 oo Board received per diem and mlge also sheriff a clerks services.. . ,8o 3o George Jones porter C. H 17 oo WW ilichev keeping clock C. H . 250 J. I. Cummins, mayor of Longview was ordered to appear at next meeting be che board to show cause why J. \V. York shouldn't be relieved trom the bond of said cummins, or to tiie new bond. C. S. Fondren was ordered by the board to deliver amount ot $53.00 al lowed H. H. Huford for building steel bridge and if any balance to pay same over lo wife of Huford. The petition liled asking that an elec tion be held for a xhscontinuence of tick eradication was disapproved bv the board. The clerk was Instructed to adver tise feed stuff for county mules and convicts and supplies for same, ajso 2% miles of Azwell road from Greenesboro road to lower Greenusboro: road to be let first Monday of Nov. 1915. The statement of .he county treasurer for third quarter 1915 was read and ap proved Hoard adjourned to meet on first Mon day in November 1915. J. C. McCreight, President. James—Moss. A pretty Wedding was solem nized at the residence of ttie bride’s parents, shenff-elecl and Mrs. T. G. James, Tuesday morn ing at 9:45, when their daughter Miss Letha Bell became the wife of Mr. Harry Moss* The nup tials were conducted by Rev. T. H. Lipscomb, just as the lower ing clouds cleared away, and flooded the earth with a peculiar brightness which gave a pleasing effect to the world, and added a new life and verdure to vegeta tion and mankind alike. The marriage was the culmination of an attachment from childhood. No oards were issued, i hough the home of the bride was thronged with friends and rela tives, who accorded a warm sanction to the union. The young couple are of the best families of this town, and are highly popular with a large cir cle of friends. The bi ide is one of the city’s most popular and cultured young ladies, being uni versa! ly neloved. She was becomingly gowned and was a picture of beauty and grace. The groom is a promising young business man and stands well here. The happy couple left immediately after the wed ding cerenionv for St. Louis, and St. Paul, where at the hitter city they will visit the groom’s fath er, and other points of interest, and on their return will make Starkville their future home. POULTRY POINTERS. As pullets near maturity give them more room in the roosting quarters. Feed the pullets and moulting hens. Neg’ect means delay in the egg production. Plant plenty ol green feed for the poultry to graze on in the waiter andjj spring, Experi ments show that hens will lay twice as many eggs if allowed to graze. Half an acre for twenty five hens is none too much. Several acres of wheat, oats or rye near the house will insure plenty for the whole flock. Remember this is the time of year that the young chickens have the sore head. Give them plenty of Epsom salts in their feed or drinking water. If the disease breaks out paint the head, comb and wattles with iodine and give salts. Separate the well birds from the sick o es. 2s T O. 25