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I STARKVILLE, MJSS. ■ ITS. WASH, imiTOK AND PUBLISHES. I .Asparagus and Asparagus Chips I# No. 12. I Mr. J- T. Connell, of Gulfport, Ifisited his mother during the hol- IJdays. 1 The best Home made Louisiana Molasses in town can be found at |Ko. 12. 1 Hr. T. S. W. Hunt, of Sturgis, |fs a visitor to Starkville Wed nesday. H The peculiar properties of Clianr Herlaiu's Cough Remedy have been •thoroughly tested during epidemics Kf influenza, and when it was tuk ■n in time we have not heard of ■l single case of pneumonia. Sold ■by nil dealers. B Miss Myrtle Maxwell, of Kosci ■uku, is the guest of Miss Lyda I Mathews. Mr. P. £. Cramer and family, of * (ferdis, are .visiting relatives in Starkville. No. 12 Can supply you with the best Pan Cake Flour. Just give them a trial. Mr. Jesse Yeates came down from Houston and spent Xmas with his family. I Heavy, impure blood makes a I Buddy, pimply complexion, head- I aches, nausea, indigestion. Tain I Wood makes you weak, pale, sick- I ly. Burdock Blood Bitters makes tie blood rich, red, pure—restores perfect health. If you like Puffed Rice, just ring No. 12 and let them send you ■ few boxes. Will E. Ward is spending a few days of this week with Mr. Pat Graves ef Jackson. Mrs. Bilingsley, of Aberdeen, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. L. B. Camp, this week. The Times office is head-quarters j for engraved wedding invitations. Call and see samnles. Mrs. E. li, Lloyd entertained the Campus Forty-two club on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. W. C. Raymond, of Tupe -I*, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Shearer, of this city. Sheriff James has been making his rounds (his week, collecting taxes at Maben, Sturgis and other points. Stop itching instantly. Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, ■ ■itch, htVes, haij■■■, scabes —Doau’s Ointment. A; any drug Store.' Mr. Hugh Crilz and family visit ed Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Dukema mr, at Strong’s, Monday and Tuesday. Mr. E. B. Ferris and family, of McNeill, are visiting their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rey nolds, in this ciiy. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dale, who ha'e been the gnestsof Mr. W. H. Miller, returned to their home at Franklin Wednesday. Mr. Shep Fuller, who is taking a course in pharmacy at Tulane University, New Orleans, is spend ing the holidays at home. The best pill is DoWikt’s Little Karly Risers—the safe, easy, pleas ant and sure little liver pills. De- Witts Carbonized Witch Haz.le Salvo is the original- Hood for cuts, burns or bruises,and especial ly for piles. Sold by R. K. & F. L. Wier and Jackson & Son. Mr. Milton Woodward, of Lonis ▼ille, visited friends here this week enronte from Macon where he had been visiting his mother. and. W. Pox and family ar rived Tuesday and will spend hum time with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gay, Mrs. Fox’s parents. Buck Wheat cakes and Injnn butter, Makes you fat. and then some fatter.” Get your Buckwheat flour at No. 12 Mr. ami Mrs. Winchester left Wednesday for their home in New York. Mrs. Winchester has been with her mother, Mrs. Beattie, for several weeks. Mr. Mark Tomlinson, of Macon, passed through Starkville one day this week on his way from Sturgis, where he had been spending the holidays with relatives. For a mild, easy action of the (bowels, a single dose of Doan’s Regulets is enough. Treatment cures habitual constipation. 2/k! a box. Ask your druggist for them. Miss Mattie Shearer, of Howison, is on a visit at home. Miss Mattie lias many frieuds among the young people of Starkville and they are always glad to have her with them. Mr. Jno. B. Perkins, who has been in Oklahoma for several weeks past, returned home to spend the holidays with his family. His sou, Mr. Jno. B. Jr., who has been there for a year, accompanied his father home. Preaching by Dr. Thomas W. Raymond, of Holly Springs, may be expected next Sabbath at the Presbyterian church. Our collec tion will be for the Assembly’s Home Missions. H. R. Raymond. Pastor. The greatest danger from in fluenza is of its resulting in pneu monia. This can be obviated by using Chamberlain’s Cough Reme dy, as it not only cures influenza, but counteracts any tendency of the disease towards pneumonia- Sold by all druggists. The Methodist Sunday School will send a Christinas box of toys and other things to the little orph ans at the Jackson Orphanage. Send your contributions to the resi dence of Mrs. T. W. Woodward any day during this week. Miss Fanny Wilkin returned home last Friday from Monmouth, 111., where she has been visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. C, M. Young. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Young, who will re main for a few weeks visit. Many persons find themselves | affected with a persistent cough af ter an attack of influenza. As this cough can be promptly cured by Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, it should not bo allowed to run ou until it becomes trouble some. Sold by all dealers- The following license were is sued by the circuit clerk during the holiday--: Mr- D. W. Suther land, of Self Creek, to Miss Belle Ay re; Mr. -1. F. Fowler, of the Delta, to Miss Genevieve Clurdy; Mr. W. W. Bun tin to Mrs. Willie R. Mierwether. There will be no preaching ser vice at (he United Presbyterian church Sabbath morning as Dr. and Mrs. Wilkin were called tv Miama, Florida, on Wednesday morning, on acount of the sudden illnesss of Mrs Wilkins sister, Mrs. C- P. Norton. A sprained ankle will usually disable the injured person for three or four weeks. This is due to lack of proper treatment. When Cham berlains Liniment is applied a cure may be effected in three or four days. This liniment is one of the best, and most remarkable prepa ration in use. Sold by all dealers. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bonner and children, of Memphis, spent Christ mas with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Larakin, of this city. Mr. Bonner departed Tuesday for Laurel, Mias., and Birmingham, Ala., for a visit with relatives and friends before returning t* Mem phis. Mrs. Bonner and the chil dren will remain hefe several days. Ladies, call at the Times office and see our samples of society sta tionery. Your initials embossed on each sheet. If vou are suffering from billions constipation, indigestion, chronic, headache, invest one cent in a pos tal card, send to Chamberlain Med- icine ('o.. Des Moines, lowa, with your name and address plainly on the back, and they will forward you a free sample of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets. Sold by all dealers. Round’s Ladies Orchestra will give an entertainment at the Col lege on Friday evening, Jan. 7th. This is a splendid orchestra and the Indies composing it, have a national reputation. Many will re member the splendid music they rendered at tho Methodist Church (be Sunday evening they spent in Starkville last season.- The svmpi ns of kidney and liv er troubles are urinary disorders, weak back and backache, rheuma tism and ■.■'■•■n ;;atic pains and twinges, pa' in tlie groins, etc. There is nothing as good for kid ney and bind. 1 troubles as I)o- Witt’s Kidiuo ml Bladder Pills. You may dtpmd upon them to give entire sa*reaction. They are antiseptic, an promptly and soothe pain. Sold by R. K. & P. L. Wier and Jackson & Son. standing Candida i t james k. [Communicated.] We notice I hut Handing candi date Jim Vardanian, in his an nouncement for the Senatorial va cancy to be filled by the Legisla ture, brings forth the absurd claim that he has won the office before the people in the race against John Sharp Williams, hence he should have no opposition, lie ran second in the race, which amounts to instructions from the people that he is their choice. This reminds us of the boy who bragged that he stood second in his class at school, but it was found that said class contained only two pupils. If there had been more candidates in the race, James K. might not have been second. Be sides many honest people may have changed their minds since that election three years ago. Many things have happened to make a change. For instance that battle ship episode, wherein James K. was found to have gone out of of fice without turning over said funds to his successor. He Was made to cough up. but still he lias never published the list of subscrib ers to that battle-ship fund. The facts that were published by Mrs. Lockwood about this were never explained. Citizen. A Shooting Affray at Longview. On Christmas day there was a shooting affray at Longview in which Dave Edmonds was shot through the neck by young Veazoy. As the reports came to us, Ed riionds was near the depot, intoxi cated and boisterous ami after some words with Vcazoy attacked him with a knife, but before get ting close enough to use the knife, i Veazey drew his pistol and shot ! Edmonds through the neek. Last j reports are that Edmonds is able to be out again and nothing seri ous will result from the wound On the evening of the same day, and in the same neighborhood, a young married man by the name of Faut, had a difficulty with his brother-in-law, Carmichael, there being three Carmichael brothers present. The oldest Car michael undertook to seperate his brother and Fant when another Carmichael, mistaking his oldest brother’s action to be in assistance of Fant, ran in to help the other Carmichael boy and cut Fant sev eral times in the abdomen, causing wounds which, in all probability, will prove fatal. *+**+**+**+***.H- **❖•!•**** *•>**+** *****❖*****+******* officers: Peoples Savings Bank | W.W. Scales, President. STARKVILLE, MISS. A. C. Ervin, Vice Preei- - J 1 C Ass^t* 1 trashier. 0068 general banking business. Loan i money on real and personal security, % Old and Tra. “For fifteen yearn I have eon* stoutly kept u supply of Hunt’* Cure on hand to use in all eases of itching skin trouble. For Eoxoina, Ringworm and the like it is peer less. 1 regard it ns an old friend and a true one. Mrs. Eula Presslad, 50e per box. Greenfield, Tenn. Twenty-Inch Rope of Pearls. The fashion in length for a string of pearls lias changed. It was once 14 inches, then l(i; now the cor rect string must measure 20 inches. The Correct Time to stop a cough or cold is just as soon as it starts—then there will be no danger of pneumonia or con sumption. Just a few doses of Ballard’s llorehound Syrup taken at the start will stop the cough. 11 it has been running for sometime ttie treatment will be longer, but the cure is sure. For sale by all druggists. Good Carpet Cleaner. A good carpet cleaner can be made by shaving a pure white soap in a gallon of water and letting it boil until dissolved. To thus add an ounce of ether, and scrub the carpets thoroughly with the mix ture. Later rinse with fresh water. Don’t be hopeless about yourself when you are crip pled with rheumatism or stiff joint —of course you’ve tried lots of things and they failed. Try Bul lard’s Snow Liniment—it will drive away all aches, pains and stiffness and leave yon as well as you ever were. Sold by all drug gists. Woman’s Daring Deed. In southern Tunis lies an exten sive suit marsh desert called the ShottJerid, of which the Amis stand in terror,.for many a cam van has been lost in the salt in crusted morass, which, according to I)e Lesscps is as much as ] ,2(-0 feet deep in places. This region has been crossed for the first time in a small automobile by a woman, Myriam Harry, a well-known French novelest. Jackson Daily News During Session Legislature THREE MONTHS $1.25 Seven Papers Per Week The Nows reaches all subscribers within 75 miles of Jackson by G p. m. on same day printed. Pro ceedings, both senate and house, printed in full. Cash must accom. pay ail orders. Address DAILY NEWS, Jackson, Miss. TQNSORIAL ARTIST Everything Clean, First Class and Up-to-Now. I Good Bath Room in Connection. Y’onr Patronage Solicited. In Hear of Post Office Building. 5 POTS Permently Removed. Clothes pressed without marks. Alterations and repairs. I make a specialty of Ladies’ work. Phone 72 HOLLINS WORTH, Expert Bushelnum. Over Davis Bros, Grocery Store. Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased Kidneys And Most Women Do This Not Knowing th®* Real Cause of their Condition These poor, suffering women ,v, ak, 14 j vi t have been led to believe that their , : misery ol mind and body Is entire- .faßg mSII.. g ly due to “ills of their sex.” Usually v W'i Hlllll w the kidneys and bladder are re- 1 eponsible—or largely so. And In .kWi** ffi -J such cases, tho kidneys and blad- /tl Tk'- der are the organs, that need and flitT Ij 11. . <’ i must have attention. \\ t jj'kb IMff r [ . , Those torturing, enervating sick RtkV<? T.J , tfSTI 1 headaches, dragging pains In back, I V J I j groin and limbs, bloating and swell- ‘/'w . * " Ing of the extremities, extreme \> 'r-T nervousness or hysteria, listless- ///\ ness and constant tired, worn-out f Cjy jp s//Jk feeling—are almost certain symp- toms of disordered and diseased \~/S /'STOanSil ~'“" kidneys, bladder and liver. [ %'1 - - DeWitt’s Kidney and Bladder $ rlLj I ■iMluHi r awtSSST - * Pills have, in thousands of cases, T 111 ' I .Hi mrv inuaVUnvlH been demonstrated as remarkably „ 11V •, beneficial In nil such conditions of I TV- I• P W 1 female organism—affording the r I r most prompt relief and permanent J _ •' fT ” benefit. \ As an Illustration of what these tocsT-l Pills will do, Mrs. P. M. Bray of aratlons are apt to do. Columbus, Oa., writes that she was RC. DoWitt & Cos., Chicago. nt*r J. er y *" with kidney trouble, and want every man and woman who that she Is now well—and that have the least suspicion that thejrl these Pills are what cured her. are afflicted with kidney and hlad-l They are very pleasant to take, der diseases to at once write theni. r and can In no case, produce any and a trial box of Huso Pills will deleterious effects upon the system be sent free by return mall post —as syrupy, alcoholic, liquid prep- paid. Do it to-day ‘ For sim: by . It. tx / . . u ... hson dc Soar MONEY aN o. ON REA ’ TA'I ■ I.ONC TIME. ;SV I VA" ENTS. Re3 l l. bie Re p re t < '.'\ t : \\ an led. The J(ks(B 1 O; Trust Cos, jacks; miss. MEfii MARKET^ j/ ;..ive upneda bleat Market in Um M^-|,j ~~' *• ' i “ l btiiMh,;., west oi rrearoafiß % >2l mul am j lejutreil to furnish (| ' ChoiccSeaka'^. Fresh Fish and Oysters in Season*. Pr< K.^r ry - U AUSTIN. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS” SOULE COLLEGE. NEW ORLEANS, LA. N. , /) Should be given th cheat train lug to pre / 1 vnno S // pare them forsucccsaia buslnesa. // ) fUUfTf / // r;ronnl Instruction, Proc Ittutilin. / / /TA / // *;>< "t Department, Complete College (f £' f oSccs Collclro eturo -"' l WliotcOHle Jr( No mlsrep-r-.entnHons to s-enre ctn ks v, j vs vs vls dents. Throogh the snccess ofits J 22000 frrmcr Htnden'.a, (tenie Colhtg* Is rcconnlr.nl everywhere ilb a TFide Aw l>-- Ir.f nlar titiA ffttc cccKifU/ SSckol. OUIrK & TJhe Mi / # 3 and fa U*,V id **m Standard mnr AA Typewriter q>UU= THE ACKNOWLEDGED STANDARD OF TO-DAY Wilt lumionl more neat perfect ly aligned work with less effort iiml with lea* wear on its work ing parts than any other typewriter made. You Can Fay flore but You Cannot Buy More ( ROYAL TYPEWRITER COMPANY Royal Typewriter IJldg., New York. ■■ 318 BARONNE STREET, New Orleans. La. AID ESIAN & Q Jfw (1 'ZJ Lii zi t.'.ao kw* DRILLED bY ' li: (J. WT< )NK. I am now located at, Stnrkvilln and am well equipped for drilling Artesian wells. Parties c,mtem plating sinking w< li of this kind on their premises are solicited fo eon~ suit or write me. R. C, STONS, Htarkvillo, Miss. CTIY MARKET AND GROCERY BUYS Hides, Wool, I* urs, etc., at Highest Prices. HARTNESS &