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Office Hume aop Editor’s Residence R<> ST, PATRICK’S DAY. Tuesday, March 17th was St, Patrick's Day. There are, evi dently, few patriotic Irishmen in Slarkville, as the wearing of the green or the shamrock was not in evidence. St. Patrick’s Day is observed by all loyal Irishmen because it is said to be the anni versary of the death and beatifi cation of Ireland's patron saint, which, according to best authoi ity, took place one thousand four hundred and forty-two years ago Kennedy’s Lixative Cough Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the bowels and allays intlam niation at the same line. It is pleasant to take. Sold by Jack son & Son and Julian J. Gill. The ladies of Starkville and vicinity are especially invited to visit the store of M. Rossoff, next door to the postofflee, and look over his large and complete lino of dress goods which has justj been received during the past few days. The new lino of Dress Fabrics | is especially inviting and attract ive. All the new shades in mer cerized white madras. Linen fin ished Madras in dot and stripe) effect, fancy Lawns in superior quality, fancy checked, solid and striped Taffetas, very rich, in all the leading shades and the big gest line of wash goods ever! shown in Starkville, Mr and Mrs. John McKinstry' White, of Whitestown, are re ceiving the congratulations of their friends upon the birth of a daughter, which happy event oc curred on March 9th 1908. This young lady who now rules su prume at the White home, has been christened Lucy Elizabeth. This Ik Worth Hriiieinberliiff. Whenever you have a cons'll or cold, just remember that Foley’s Honey and Tar Will cure it. not risk your health by taking) any but the genuine, It is in a .yellow yaceage. DO YOU KNOW BEANS? Beans planted now produce the earliest shipping crop that can! be grown. There is always a market for them in Juue. Then you can sow the same land for winter grazing, or plant the' quick-yielding Mexican June) Corn, as you like. Be sure you got the right Bean, I extra early red val entine We have them; by! the peck or bushel; lowest prices, i K. K. A F. L. WlEtt Messrs. James and Reese Rog ers, former citizens of Starkville, j have been spending several days) here visiting friends and rela-| fives. It’s it Hustler. Hunt’s Lightning Oil is up and doing all the time. It cures your! aches, pains, cuts, burns and bruises while you sleep. Rub a little on your‘misery all feel it disappear. Bill Foster, an old negro, and a citizen of Starkville for over half a century, died Wednesday. He enjoyed the reputation of be ing an industrious aud useful negro Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup i-i anew remedy, an improvement on the laxative of former years,! as it does not gripe or nauseate aud is pleasant to lake. It is guaranteed. The “Merry Widow” Sailor Hatsare something you want to sec, at Miss Minnie Washingtons’ Few Bills Passed. An illustiation of how little the legislature has actually done is furnished by the official record of btils signed by the Governor, i These records are kept by Pri i vate Secretary Buck in the exec j utive, one record provided for the house and one fer the senate. The senate book shows twenty one bills approved by the gover nor, of which, eighteen are local and private measures. The house i book shows thirty six bills ap proved, of which,thirty are local and private tu character It is apparent from this ttiat of nearly I.2UU bills introduced, on ly fifty-seven have been trans formed into law, and only twelve pi r cent of these actually passed are of general interest. —Jackson News. Stops earache in two minutes; toothache or pain of burn or scald in five minutes; hoarseness, one hour.- muscleaclie, two hours; I sore throat, twelve hours —Dr. Thompson’s Electric Oil, mon arch over pain. Miss Minnie Washington’s now spring millinery is now ready for inspection. The New Springs Hats are beautiful models created by those who are authorities on styles. The Beethoven Music Club held its regular meeting at the studio Ma'-ch 6th 19J8. The meeting was called to order by the president, m'nules read and j approved. The progressive mu sical game was played, A1 lie Rives being the fortunate one, who was awarded with a portrait of Bach. No other busines on hand we adjourned to meet Apr. 3 Soothes itching skin. Heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, any itching. Doan’s Ointment. Your druggist sells it. Miss Wilson, of Louisville, Ky„ has returned to Starkville and has resumed her position with I Miss Minnie Washington, as trimmer. Miss Wilson is an ex pert in her line, and has always | given absolute satisfaction to Miss Washington’s customers. justlreceived. Five' hundred sacks Meridian Hoiffe Mixture Fertilizer, at Bujmeneeld & Fried. “The Merry Widow” is the latest in Sailor Hats, now on dis play at Miss Minnie Washinging ton’s. fJO|OJfJ Is Now Showing the § I M Prettiest and Most Com- H plet Stock of M I I j Spring an d Summer r ' : dress goods, z “ Phis is the finest line ever shown in Z ' Starkvllle. Cull and make your selec- Z Z lions. Here you will find Quality, Va- Z Z riety and Low Prices. J 3 _ \\ E _■ _ FOR DYSPEPSIA Mm Mffl I DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Stomach, Belching olQas^etcL MHj H ftj r'i Per Backache Weak Kidneys trj DoWlt.'s Kidney & Bladder Piili Sure and Safi wH By ''■J ''*! PREPARED ONLY AT TUB LABORATORY OP ii E. C. DeWITT Sc COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL. Sold by R. K. & F. L. Wier and Jacksou .Si Son. i Mr.. Murcellus Wood, of Man hattan, Kansas, is visitin'; his brother, Col. Thos. ,J. Wood, this week. Mr. Wood was a former citizen of Starkville, having prac ticed law here twenty-two I years ago. Mr. Wood's visit here was a pleasant reunion of old friends and relatives. Test Its Value. Simmons’ Liver Purifier is the j most valuable remedy I ever tried ( for Constipation and Disordered \ Liver. It does its work thorou j giily, but does not gripe hue most remedies of its character, I certainly recommend it when j ever the opportunity offers. W M Tomlinson, Oswego, Kan, Price 26c. Musical at the Opera Mouse. On Friday evening, Mch. 27th, | the Home Missionary Society of | the Methodist Church will give aj musical. All of the best talent of | the city and the A. & M. College: will particidate. Admission will be 50 c and 35c. Kodol is today lire best known remedy for all disonleas of the stomach, such as dyspepsia,! heart burn, sour stomach and j belching of gas. Sold here by ! Jacksou & Sou and Julian J. Gill. Congressman “Shed” Hill, of Winona, was always a fortunate man. He is handsonme, weU-to- j do in this world’s goods, always successful m his aspirations, he has now completed his happiness by marrying a very charming: and talented young lady of De troit, Mich. “I suffered habitually from constipation. Doan's Hegulets relieved and strengthened the bowels, so that they have been regular ever since.”—A E Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, 'iexas. Select Early Seed Corn. The arliest and best is the sal est and cheapest. You can’t af ford to take chances by planting inferior seed corn. We have several sacks of two well known varieties; Early St. Charles (White) Early Golden Dent (Yellow) Come before our supply is ex hausted. R. K. &P. L. WIEK. w i | THAT | I CLOUDINESS OP VISION | P I Do you know the reason why? | I __ I ’tfi -ft-V- -(<- -es-o- •■ SHF -SH- -■ -OHt- -•- -ft*- -C*.- V? f. ’ ' ■ - w It is because the lense of your S eye fails to focus perfectly on a I % certain spot. The lense being I f imperfect, all the rays of light | 4 do not meet properly, consequent- | | ly, a partial blindness, head= $ aches and other ills sure to in-1 f| crease if not relieved. | $ I correct these defects careful- I W c ly. All work guaranteed. | I -,C.1 *„ * *_ ********* * ******** | ■—— ay f REUTHER, | The Jeweler and Optician. j|| 'fl EAST MAIN STREET, STARKVILLE MISS. j| [j j The Tonic Properties of Old Whiskey I 11 I are recognized by all physicians of standing—whiskey to be fi pi 1 medicinally pure must be the real article—such a whiskey ig I Sunny Brook I THE pure FOOD , j Whiskey I [t'p distltled in the good old honest Kentucky way and its rare mellowness and richness of flavor comes only from years of jj "Green Srnmn" , Every l°u‘• iS , Bea ! ed wilh the Government j ureen stamp upon which is clearly printed the exact Are Proof and Quantity of whiskey within each bottle. * ’ ; DELIVERED DIRECT TO YOU EXPRESS PREPAID u ANY 0F THE FOLLOWING DISTRIBUTERS; Paul Heyman, Chattanooga, Tenn. Gallagher <£ O’Gara , “ “ i S. Hartman, ISashvliie, | Tenn. Allenberg df Melster, Memphis, Tenn. H. Scott, Greenville , Miss. Ni M Bottles $J| m Bottles r ; l-Sth Qallon fl Ml Full Quarts ■% | " I y g y nr Bourbon TT Rye or Bourbon P ‘ I— - Shlpped *" P'l" bp*M. Send rtmm.net with your order B No goods shipped C.O.D. “^^l. FOLEYSHONIYHCAR °tw Early Risers for children; left, ouro. Wo oplul or The famous Httlo pills.