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The Starkville news. (Starkville, Miss.) 1902-1960, November 15, 1918, Image 4

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PROFESSIONAL
M. A. 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.
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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
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Sales Employment Manager,
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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.

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