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THE STARKVILLE NEWS.
VOL XIV. BEST BUTTER IS IN MISSISSIPPI. Creamery Men TMk of I nequal ed Demand for State Product and Profit is to lie Made. Creamery men of the state held a meeting at the model dairy at the fair grounds yestereav. Creamery Expert Gilbert of the United States Department of Agriculture said that the Miss issippi butter averaged 92 1 2 percent, showing a much high er average than most oilier creamery conventions. Prof. Moore of the Mississippi A, & M. College discussed, “The Edu cational work necessary to change Mississippi tanners from summer to winter dairying.'* An announcement was made that the creamery men of the stale cannot supply the demand for their products. Their pro ducts are on the northern and southern markets and rank high in their value. Among the creamery men who attended were Messrs Johnson of Aberdeen. Long, of Macon, Dr. Crumpton, of Mississippi A & M. College, Fuller ot Jackson and Lee Harrington of Merdian. —-Meridian Dispatch. We are reliably informed that the butter of the College co-op- STARKVILLE ONE DAY ONLY Wednesday Nov. 10th “GET READY” j Only Tented Attraction Of Importance Coming This Year SUN BROTHER’S World’s Progressive SHOWS (HTO.I - / / // / 1 ALLIED TRAINED WILD ANIMAL TOURNEY Bigger THE WORLD’S ETTER WONDERS AT RIGHTER YOUR DOORS. 2 PERFORMANCES DAILY. MATINEE and NIGHT STARKVILLE, MLSSISSIPFI, FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 2s >, 19 1 o. eralive creamery topped the av erage of the* exhibits at the Miss issippi. Alabama Fair. This creamery ha> and is doing a great good in interesting people all over the state to establish creameries. Patrons for ovei a hundred miles from here once patronized the creamery at tin* college, but in different sections creameries have been establish and by former patrons and others interested. The cow, with in telligent management will re deem tee country and make u bloom and blossom as the rose o! health and prosperity, whose fragrance of happiness will b' .borne upon every breeze. What , more could be desired to perfect conditions. The U. D. C. } in session a* I San FrancisCo. elected Mrs. F OJeuheimer, of Mar.\ and, as President General to succeed Mississippi’s honored daughter Mrs. Daisy McLauriu Stevens, who letired. Their next annual convention will be held in Dallas Texas. Friends and our entire com munity sincerely sympathize with Mr* and Mrs. Ebner Lewis in the loss of iheir infant son. Elmer, who died Friday and was interred Saturday afternoon in Fellowship cemetery. Paid Their Expenses By Working. More than 300 of the 1,155 hoys who attended the Mississ ippi Agricultural and Mechani. cal College, last year paid all or part of their year’s expenses hv work done on the campus. This is the report just given out by President G. K. Hightower who has personal supervision of the employment bureau Sixty-seven of these boys were “working hoys.” That is they were employed by the college all day.and attended .night school. Each year a number of the grad uates trom the college, are boys who have started in school in this working boys’ course. Six H-eight hoys were employ ed to sweep the rooms of the manv buildings on the campus. This work is done after ihe school hours and does not hinder the studies. The military de part men t employed 33 hoys as officers and helpers. In addition to these lines of work, manv others are open to the students. They are employ ed as plumbers, electricians, and I arm hands. A number work about the barns and veterinary hospital. Nearly all of the stenographic work in the offices on the campus is done by stu dents. “ Wherever there is work about the college to bo done students 'at©given the preference.” said President Hightower. ‘‘Yet where there is one job” he con tinned, “there are several bovs wanting work. We have on file more than a thousand letters from boys in Mississippi who want to work their way through the college WARNING to DEMOCRATS Information has reached me that an organized seciet move ment has been launched by the enemies of the Democratic nomi nee for Governor, to induce as many irreconcilables as possible to vote the Socialist ticket at the general election, November 2nd. All loyal Democrats are there fore urged to go to the polls on that date, not only to make don ble sure the election of the party nominee, but, in their ballots to put the stamp of their condem nation so emphatically upon this ,lud is act, that it will never again be undertaken m Mississ ipp politkts. The man who par ticipates in a primary and votes against the nominee as declared in thar election, commits an acr of deliberate treachery and dis honor Very Respectfully. ,J. M. McBEATH Chairman, Stale Dem. Ex Com Death of Tilden Petty. Mr. Tilden Petty who died near Drew, Miss., last week was reared in tins county. The re mains arrived at Maben Monday and the interment took place in Double Springs cemetery Tues day before a large number of friends and relatives. Mr. Pet ty went to the delta a short time ago and was getting along nicelv and making splendid progress along agricultural lines. He was a young man well known and highly esteemed by his acquain tances, who were shocked at the news of his sudden demise. SEE MEXICO FOR TEN CENTS The Exposition Car “SEEING MEXICO’’ will oe on exhibit in Starkville, next Friday ami Sat urday. Nov. 5 and 6, on I. C. sidet rack. Tins Car contains all kinds of real articles from Old Mexico agricultural, industrial and min era!, also wonderful exhibits from the National Museum in Mexico City, together with chool work, Mexican monkey, talking etc. to interest the chi!, dren. Car was loaded by the Mexican Government, unde r Madero, bur is in charge of Americans. Bring your chi Id re n for a ‘TRIP TO MEXICO” —go- ing through ihis Exposition Car is almost rquil to an 8000 mile trip through O'd Mexico Ladies need not hesitate to visit the ex hibtt, as there are todies on the Car. Admission (to help defray ex penses) 10c School classes (wit hteachers)sc. Rnnmeher the dates, NEXT FRIDAY and SATURDAY. Attorney John D. Green We neglected to call attention ro the law card of Hon. J. D. Green. Jr, of Sturgis, which appeared in the News last week, and will appear continuously in the proper column. Mr. Green is a \ouiig man of sterling quail ties, a graduate of the law de partment of our Stale Univetsilv and is m every way weli equipped to practice his chosen profession. We predict for turn a brilliant and successful career and am business eutrusted him. in our opinion, will receive satisfactoi v | attention in eve rv particular This young attorney was nomi nated in the August primary as representative from the Wes tern District of the county to the State Legislature and is very popular with ‘he masses of the people WANTED! 2 Car Loads 2 TURKEYS and GEESE NOV. 11 and 12. Will load at I. C. Depot,rain or shine Watson Grocery Cos. N. F. DAILY, Manager STARKVILLE, MISS. Circuit Court Adjourns. Circuit court reconvendd last Saturday, having recessed a couple oi days lasl week, to take up the civil case of W. F, Butler vs Continental Gin Cos., of Birm. ingharn, Ala. Hon. W. W. Ma. grader was attorney for plaintiff and Messrs Gates T. Ivy. ot West Point and Hon.B F. Bell, ot the local bar, for the defen dant corporation. The case went into a very late hour and the court adjourned over to Mon. day morning when the trial was resumed and the case was com mitted to the jury at 11 o’clock p. m. Taking a nights sleep, the jury returned a verdict Tues. dav morning for the plaintiff for SI2OO against the defendant for damages. There were about forty witnesses and the case was hotly contested. Attorneys for defendant moved the court to set aside verdict of the jury and judgement of the Court, but up. on the hearing and assignment of counsel pro and con the mo tion was overruled. We pre sume that the ease will ne ap pealed to the Supreme Court. More cotton has been coming to marKet this wcelc than anyolher week during the season,* and more has been marketed at Stur gis and Maben than has hereto fore come mere than at any pre vious season in proportion to the quantity produced. Starkvdle should be able to control cotton that was formerly brought here and induce others to make this their market. For Sale. Forty acres of black land about two and one half miles from Stark vide, about 30 acres well sec in Johnson grass, rich and will grow anything. Shipping facilities convenient and easy of access. 'The community unsur. pissed. For particulars inquire at The News Office. NO. 20