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THE NEWS
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THE NEWS PRINTING CO,
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Office 215. Editor’s Residence 221.
THOS. J. WOOD - - - Editor
Our Motto: “Tell the ti-uth—No
matter whom it helps or hurts .”
Entered the Post Office at Starkvllle,
Mississippi, as second class mall matter
Published every Friday. Subscrip
ts price 51.50 per year
1914—MEMBER—1916
Mississippi Press Association
Buy it at home this Christmas!
Now who questions thfe presi
dent’s courage!
Wow! Biff!! Bang!!! Latest
from the Balkans.
In time we may be able to say
of Europe that “water flowed
like blood.”
Since euteiing the war the
Turks have massacred 800,000
Armenians. A dozen or two es
caped.
Something’s wrong with this
dinged war somewhere. Accord
ing to “official reports” there
are about six victories to every
scrap.
“Extra! Extra! President
Shot Through the Heart!” But.
of course, the arrow was launch
ed by Cupid and the shaft was
barbed with iove.
It is related that only once did
a certain man have an oppor
tunity to get a word in edgewise
with his wife, and that was after
she had talked herself to death.
Billy Sunday says every man
is either on the road to heaven
or on the road to hell. If B. S.
speaks from experience he must
have travelled them both.
A subscriber wants to know
what we would do if we had a
million dollars. Hand us the
million and we’ll show you darn
ed quick.
The vote for women sufferagist
in New Jersey Tuesday was lost
by a large majority, two to one.
It will come alright in due course
of time. We hope to see it be
fore we die. Time and patience
will bring it around.
Whenever you see a town that
is dead you may know that what
tew profits are made in that com
munity are sent away to outsid
ers, and that the town is going
down hill every day.
We don’t want to be in that
class. We want to go up hill,
and reach the top, and stay there
and we can never do it unless we
keep the profits at home.
When the president of the
United States, one of our great
est advocates of peace, publicly
takes the stand that it is impera
tive that we have adequate means
for national defense, isn't it
about time for the laymen to
look the facts square in the face?
American gold will look mighty
templing to foreign nations when
this war is over, We have the
gold, but not the means of pro
tecting it.
Why don’t our Board of Alder
men place some restrictions on
auto traffic on our thoroughfares?
At limes it is dangerous to life
and limb, for pedestrians to at
tempt to cross Mam Street. Not
only must they dodge around
stopped cars, which are in all
parts of the street, and often
blocking the crossings, but they
must also run the risk ot being
run over by drivers who seem to
think that they alone have right
of wav. It does seem that they
wouldn’t wait for a serious acci
dent to occur before regulating
this menace, but would see the
need, and prevent any such oc
curreuce.
Cars should not be allowed to
stop just where they please, in
the streets, but should he re
quired to head in to the pave
ments before stopping.
STRANGE BED FELLOWS!
Already we can hear whisper
ing of a senatorial race in 1918
We know nothing in the wide
world about it, but if there are
but two candidates, the junior
senator and the governor elect,
we shall cast our ballot for the
latter. Let ’er go, Gallagher!—
The Aberdeen Weekly dues
not subscribe to the sentiment,
“let ’er go Gallagher, as express,
ed above by our distinguished
con temporal y. Aberdeen Week
kly.
When in Jackson last week,
we came in contact with several
Triends of the same as the Gre
nada Sentinel. One told us that
it would be his pleasure to vote
for Bilbo for he would oppose
Vardanian for U. S. Senate
There must he something wrong
with the Sentinel man; under the
heavy strain that he has been
lor the last few months, it
looks as if his mind was giving
away, for he does not write like
a man with a sane and rational
mind. He writes like a hopeless
man, that he and his crowd are
“£one up the spurt’'. Let ’ergo
Gallagher” is no good now in
this matter.
The Congressional Race.
The congressional race in the
first district promises to aff >rd
three aspirants for the honor.
There will be, it rumors are to
be credited, one from Oktibbe
ha and one from Lee, to contest
in a triangular race with the gen.
tie man from Corinth, E.S Cand
ler. “Little Zeke,” in the last
several races, has shown himself
strongly entrenched in the es
teem and confidence of his con
stituency. and the race appears
to all at this time,as being equiv
ocal as to where the aspirants
will find grounds upon which to
urge their candidacy.—Aberdeen
Weekly.
Within the last few days we
have heard that it was probable
that our townsman and fellow
citizen, Hon. W. W. Magruder,
would enter the field, but of ibis
we are not advised. We will say,
however, we believe advisedly,
that should he enter that he
would carry his coun:y by a large
majority. He is well equipped
for the honorable positiou and
very popular with the people of
the couuty. Mr. Candler,in the
columns of this paper in times
gone by, knows that we have
said that “Little Zeke”has made
us one of the best congressmen
that this district has ever had.
We could not say otherwise were
we disposed to do so, lor the
people know for themselves.
EyM Ruined
RraadatH Cher re* red aid soar and fa* id
Omm Don't dr It Leonard?* Golden IM
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Circuit Court.
Circuit Court convened at 9
o’clock Monday morning Jud
Thomas B. Carroll presiding,
Hon. M. A. Saunders, district
attorney, Hon. B. F. Bell, conn
ty attorney, M. R. Fulgham,
circuit clerk, L. H. Nikels, slier
ift and Mr. Frank D. Ellis, of
Boonville, court stenographer
'i'he Grand Jury was organized
and his Honor, Judge T. B. Car
roll delivered at length one of
the most forceful charges that
ever eminated from a judge upon
the bench, ll the laws of the
stale are not executed within the
county of Oktibbeha, it is no
fault of the presiding Judge, for
lie does not omit anything that
of duty as judge. We are almost
pursuaded that it is me duty of
everybody to attend the opening
of circuit court; the law compelis
all officials to do so ana* failure
so to do, there is a penally affix
ed. It the public generally
would attend, it would be better
understood why tlie laws of the
land are not enforced in the man
uer in which they think they
they should be. Public senti
ment is not sufficiently demon
strated; when public sentiment
is behind the officers tney dis
charge their duties much better
and to a greater satisfaction lo
themselves it appears.
We hope to see the day come
that the ministers of the gosp* 1,
the ladies of the W. C. T. U and
other similar objects in view for
the uplift of their fellows, pres
ent on the opening of the courts
of the state.
This district is most fortunate
in having Hon. T. B Carroll for
circuit judge, certain.y the right
man in the right place, and it is
pleasing to know that he is ac
ceptable to the masses of the
people.
PROSPERITY.
Some weeks ago wo published
from the Yazoo City Herald a
comment about the Doha Plant
mg Cos., headquarters at Scott,
Miss., the plantation consisting
of about 30,000 acrrs mostly all
in use for agricultural purposes.
Prof. J. W Fox. formerly a
member of the A. & M. College
faculty is the general manager,
ana none abler, in our opinion,
within the stale, or the South so
far as that is concerned. Our
esteemed contemporary, seemed
perturbed, that these large con
cerns did little, if anything, to
wards promoting prosperity or
adding prosperity to the section
of country in winch located; that
lhev had offices in Memphis;
purchased closely all kinds of
goods, wares and merchandise
and sold them at their own store
upon the premises and in so
many words the idea conveyed
that they got everything in the
way of profits and no chance for
any one else in the endeavor to
make anything.
This concern gives employ
ment to quite a number of peo
ple and quite a number of young
men from this county and other
sections have profitable employ
ment with the above Company.
It is not our purpose in this to
make any defense, for none is
needed, but to turn on the light
from another angle.
On Monday a second section of
a cattle tram left over the Ills.
Cent, R. R , consisting of 34 cars
of feeder beeves, consigned to
this Cos. These beeves were pur
chased of Starkville caititmen
and meant depositing into ihetr
bands of about $50,000. While
this is not a drop in the bucket
Trustees Sale.
WHEREAS, Ron Moore and Ills wife,
Amanda Moore, by a certain trust deed,
dated May 4, 1912. which is recorded In
the office of the Chancery Clerk ot Ok
tibbeha County, Mississippi, in book
number 138 at page 105, conveyed to J.
K. Beverly as trustee all their
right, title and interest In the following
described parcel of real estate sitinlh and
In Oktibbeha County, Mississippi, to-wit
That certain tract of land described
as the West half ot the West half of the
Southeast quarter of Section 35, Town
ship 18, Range 14 East, containing 4o
Acres more or less, In Oktibbeha Coun
ty, Misssissippi to secure the indebted
ness and obligations therein mentioned.
And whereas default has been made
in the payment of the Indebtedness and
obligations described in said u nst deed,
the said indebtedness and obligations
having become past due and remaining
unpaid.
And whereas, the said J. R. Beverly,
trustee, has declined further to act as
such, and the undersigned J. L. Lucas
has been duly appointed trustee in the
place and stead of the said J. R. Bever
ly, by Mary E. Lampkin,executrix of the
last will and testament, of K, A. Lamp
kin, she being the legal owner of the in.
debledness mentioned, in accordance
with the terms and :provisions of said
trust deed, by a written instrument
properly signed, executed and recorded
by the said beneficiary, as required by
law, and the said undersigned substitu
ted trustee having been requested by
said beneficiary and legal owner of said
indebteiness to execute the trust con
tained in said trust deed and to fore
close same by sale of the property con
veyed therein, according lo the provis
ions thereof, now. therefore, I, the
undersigned substituted trustee, by vir
tue of the provisions in said trust deed
will proceed to sell al! the above de
scribed property at the door of the
Court House of said county, in Stark
viile, Mississippi, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at public auction
on the
GTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1915.
between the hours ot 11 o’clock A. M.
and 4 o’clock P. M. to satisfy said in
debtedness together with all the legal
costs and expenses of executing this
trust.
Dated this, the 15th dav of October,
1915.
J. L. LUCAS.
Substituted Trustee.
DR. MOFFETTS
TEETHINA
TEETHING POWDERS
FULL DIRECTIONS IN EACH BOX FOR
Cholera Infantum, Dysentery
Cholera Morbus, Worms
Diarrhoea and Constipation.
WRITE FOR OUR FREE
MOTHER'S BOOK A ll
■ i ■ tne Baby
C. J. MOFFETT MEDICINE CO.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
of the help to prosperity which
they are really exercising, it
suffices to show our contempor
ary and others. Prof. Fox was
here in person looking after his
interest.
PROFESSIONAL.
W. W. MAGRUDER,
Attorney at Law
Starkville, : Mississippi.
THOS, J. WOOD,
Attorney at Law
STARKVILLE, : MISSISSIPPI
JOE S. RICE
Attorney At Law
Starkville, : : : Miss.
Office iu Nash Building.
JOHN PERKINS,
Attorney at Law
STAKKVILLE, - MISS.
G. ODIE DANIEL,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
(Same Old Stand)
Starkville, : Mississippi.
WILL E. WARD,
Attorney at Law
Starkville, - Mississippi
Office in Nash Building)
pate
Good Wagons
out of
Old Wagons
No use throwing away your
broken down vehicles- Bring
them to us and a small cost
will restore them to useful
ness again.
000
We repair everything, from
a baby cart to a threshing
machine
ooo
1 do everything in the way
ot Repair and Black-smith
ing and that dont forget and
tell your neighbors
ooo
Everybody can’t shoe a
horse that pretends to do so
! and no argument is necessary
I to convince you* I have one
of the best and most exper
ienced Horse Shoers to be I
had and he is well known by j
you aII—JIM HATCHER
000
I have anew grist mill and
will grind your corn, you will
not have to wait- Try me*
and be convinced- Come to
see me and let’s get acquaint
ed and know each other.
n. M. SMITH
Jackson St. between Main
and Lampkin •
M. A. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law |
Starkville, - M isssis-si ppi
Office in Nash Building.
B. F. BELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
. AND SOLICITOR IN CRAGERY.
Starkville, : Mississippi.
Practices in all the Courts, Prompt at
tenlion given to all business.. Office
over Stillman s Furniture Store,
Office Phone 107. Residence 1
B. M. WALKER. JR.
Attorney at L aw
Starkville, : : Mississippi.
JOHN D. GREEN, JR.
Attorney at Law
sTDRiIIS. MISSISSIPPI.
Practices in all courts of Oktibbeha and
adjoining counties.
D. E. RAINEY
Vetinery Surgeon
STARKVILLE, MISS.
Offers his professional services to thel
public. ‘PHONE
Constipation
“For many years I was troubled, in
spite of all so-called remedies I used.
At last I found quick relief and cure
in those mild, yet thorough and
really wonderful
DR. KING’S
Ne^LiliPifls
J Adolph Schingeck* Buffalo* N. Y.
I 26 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.!

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