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SAUNDERS Attorney at Law Office In Nash Building. Starkville, ; Mississippi. VV.jVV. Magruder, b;M. Walker, Jr • tiL. L. Martin. MAGRUDER WALKER & MARTIN, Attorneys At Law Starkville. : Mississippi ‘ G. ODIEDANIEL •ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW- Same Old Stand i Starkville, : Mississippi. JOHN D. GREEN, JR. Attorney at Law STURGIS, MISSISSIPPI. Practices in all courts of Oktibbeha and adjoining counties. MONEY TO LOAN ON FIVE AND TEN YEAR TERMS. D. E. RAINEY Vetinery Surgeon STARKVILLE MISS. Offer* hi*, professional services to the public. ’PHONE 202 JOHN PERKINS. Attorney at Law STARKVILLE, . MISS. It ft your duty to help make the United War Work Campaign a success. Citation Notice. State of Miss., Chancery Court. Oktibbeha Cos. Katlie May Jegerson, VS. No. 2621 Jessie Jefferson, To Jessie Jefferson. P. O. ad dress unknown: You are commnded to appear before ihe Chancery Court of said County and State on the 2nd. Monday of March, 1919, then and there to defend the suit tiled by Kattie May Jefferson wherein you are the defendant. Given under my hand and seal of office in Starkville, Miss-, this 16th day of October A. D. 1918 [Seal] J. K. Long, Clerk. Citation Notice. The State of Mississippi, Oktibbeha County. Ethel Butler, Vs. Robert Butler. To Robert Butler, P. O. Ad- unknown: You are commanded to appear before the Ch’rny Court of said County and State on the second Monday of March A D. 1919, to plead answer or demurer to bill filed here by Ethel Butler where m you are the defendant Given under my hand and seal of said Court, this the 2nd day ol November. 1918. (Seal) J, R, Long, Clerk Private H. Josey, son ol Mr. and Mrs R. E. Josey, of Adaton, is at home on a furlough. He is stationed at Camp Shelby. THE BTAEKVILLE NEWS, STARK VILLE, MISSISSIPPI Patterson Pearson. Having reached the advanced age of seventy seven years. Mr. Patterson Pearson died at his home Thursday afternoon He was well known by young and old in this and adjoining counties. For sometime prior to his death he was unable to do anything on account, of blind, ness. Funeral services were held I 1 nday afternoon at the late resi* dence conducted try Rev. Ray, followed by interment in Odd Fellows cemetery. He is survived by one sister, Miss Sue Pearson, of this city, An entertainment was given at the college Y. M. C. A, last night by a company ot the sol diers. It was mainly for a con. tribution to the War Work Cam. paign. A good sum was realized, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ray and wife of near Sturgis attended the celebration at the college and visited relatives wnile in the city. FOR RENT. Become proficient in typewrit mg. Special rental rale of $3.00 for Underwood Typewriters ex tended to students in school, three months payable in advance, machines F. O. B. Memphis. In ordering state school you attend. Underwood Typewriter Cos., Memphis, Tenn. Hartness-Loftis. At the home of the bride in Columbus. Miss., Nov. 6th, Miss Jenie Lou Loftis, one of that city’s most popular and refined young ladies was united in mar. nage to Mr. Charley Harlness of this county. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Hart, ness of this city and is one of Olctibbeha’a most enterprising young men. He is at present engaged in the dairy business and has one of the largest dairies in the county. May their life be filled with joy and happiness, Mrs. Hunter Scales and Mrs. Nettie Utz left Tuesday for Memphis for medical treatment. Hr. Scales accompanied them, p,, of. J. A. Lamb, of the Agricultural High School at Longview was transacting busi. ness here Thursday. United States Railroad Administration W. G. McADOO, Director General of Railroads. Please Save Your Own Time And lieip prevent congestion a i ticket offices by buying INTERCHANGABLE SCRIP BOOKS Good for bearer or any number of persons on all passenger trains of all railroads under Federal Control. —On Sale At All— Mobile & Ohio Ticket Offices. SALES REPRESENTATIVE —You can double or triple your present income sell ng Goodyear Liquid Roofing Cement the easiest sold and most satisfactory for repairing leaking roots on the market. If you have faith in your ability and are willing to back that faith with good hard work, your income is practically unlimited. Permanent position, exclusive territory—sales exper. lence helpful but not absolutely necessary. Send for application blank and further particulars. Sales Employment Manager, Standard Paint & Lead Works, Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. Guy Nason and wife ar rived here Wednesday and will remain until next week when Mr. Nason will become visiting director of the Y. M. c. A. at Camp Shelby. In a short time he will leave for Prance to en in the same work across the water.