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STARK\ M I.K. MISS, Do You Fear Consumption? .No nmiter how chronic your cough or how severe your throat or lung ailment is. Dr. King’s New ii.-coverv will surely help you; it may save your life. Stillman I I'.on, of Mnlii'hite, Cot. writes; Two doctors said 1 had consump t on and could not live two years. J m i'd I*r. King' s New Ui covery mid :m ali e and well.” Vour i in ■ .■ i oidcd it it fails to hene lit you. The best home remedy i roughs, colds, tlimat and lung troubles I’rice .">Dc. and #1,(10. (inaninteed by all druggist. .Mr. Wilson and In i niece Mrs. Stanley Carroll visit mtlalives at I‘liclia this week. Don't Let Baby Suffer With Eczema and Skin Eruptions I; lilies need a perfect skin-cover' ink Skin eruptions cause them not only intense suffering, but liindi r their growth. Iff. Ilolisou’s liez.eina Ointinent run be relied permanent cure ot suffering babies whose skin eruptions have made life miserable. ''Our baby was afllimed with breaking out of the skin all over the la:e and scalp. I l u-lnis and skin specialists failed In help. We tried Dr. Hobson’s K v.i-nm Ointinent and were over joyed in see baby com plet ly cured be lore one box was used” writes Mr>. St rubier, I >tibin|uc, lowa. All | druggists, or by mail, ode. ITkiitkk Cuk.micai, ( o. SI. Public School Opens Monday Sept 8 The parlous air urged to enter all children on tne first day. All for Ibe lirsl grade must enter the (irst inonlli or be delayed lid after! .'bristnias. The attention of the patrons is called the recent health ordinance in tegard to sending children to the public Schools. Strengthen Weak Kidneys. Don't suffer longer with weak kidneys. You can get prompt relief by Inking Hleetrie Hitters, I I bat wonderful remedy praised'by women everywhere. Start with a hoti lu to-day, yigi,. will, soon fetyl like anew uonui'y with nin bn ion to work, wn hi mV fear of pi. in Mr. John Dowling,id San FVaiieuiud, [ writes, — Drat it tide for the won- I •lertul effect ot Eleetrn- Bitter.- j prompts me lo write. It cured tin wile when a>l else- tailed. < min, tor the liver as wed Nothin*, j l’i i(i- 1 for indigesimu or bilious nc". I‘riW, . and rldil, ail nil diuggisis. Sebum Children. Come to see ns. We have a lull I line m Selam. .'supplies To iig Tablets for u cents. IVn ds I’, n | eil Boxes. Liimai Bassets aim' Boxes . Siiteh-I' and Book Straps j Water Color* and Crayons ot all Kinds, I'en Holders, I’d, iVi*iis,| Drinking tup', 1 1 , : v s, Fountain i Cells, in tni Ii veiy' tliiiigy.iu need * I nine and see .he disp.ay in on. window. I,tie sweetest tiling *,u' town is our liesii candies, lu aiid —I eents a pound. ’■ Safest Laxative far W.,.n. j Nearly eviiy woiii.in needs a! good laxative. ,1) . K,mg s .Vw.j Idle Cilis are good beiudse Dies are piom)it, s.-ife, and do not eanse p.uiK Mr. M. C. Dunlap m Lead ill. 1 1 nn seys; •' i*r Kiliif's New Inle I'llls bylpeij. her llollbies U'eiiDv. (let y liox to-duy . Cr.ee, -'ll 1 - Ueeoiiiiiiended bv alt drug gists. Save Half Your Money , > n-sing,OltO tor ei,j|| B 4nd , lever. biPous Igv.er, mala ia. voids mid grippe. A 'Jm hot tie cm tains i xaeliy as many doses as the usual ode bottle Which IS twice as large. Does iHrietM-psinirl-better work, it Ms on.the liver and bowels, deans imi the system, stops chills and' lever, builds up stringlh. No pills or calomel heeded with it. Contains no poisrtn, 2oe. “Money dank plan > our Liv Jr lacks (irigsby's Liv Vet-Lux. Tly ,r buttle today . Sntistuelititi •guartltiteed'. AskJ T Kti k . .. Uligsby’s Liv-'Ver-Lax, Hint de ii 'Hir l,iVti synip, hi.il' displuecd calomel in iyetyly'evAry jfiome. Hood for grown-ups and dlildren alike. Ask JJ’ Kirk, druggist. Did you know that cnliitnei ,s inpi-eufy, Hnd tliat ' its injurious effeets will ruin the system,! while (.It igsby s Liv.'N er.Lux is pnreiv vegetable and eau be used with perfect safety t Ask J T Kirk, druggist, r , NEW IMPROVEMENTS AT THE STATE FAIR Though fh# fmy rovcMiior t*■ i*l the V I wMppi Staff V’nir lmv# gra pincc the orgut. /ntion, the greatest . fur r#* t .vcai i tl. work 10 pr.y- I rnm nl Tnc finest half-mi! ; 1 jfiil.ition race tre k (hat t-aji b* ftiuo 1 , ><• tl*e I’nitcd Stale* hi% juat hcci. fiu i-<hei| at a cost of acvcral thousand dol- Itrs. Expert 4 any that the noil \% pt 1 filial*lv fitted for a track of the fantcal Kind. Not only that, the new track ha*- bo-n huilt by people who under stand the budmees, and the opinion w unammoon by those who know that it could not possibly be improved upon. To properly eupport the new track '-•ejetary McDonald ha* made it a point to see that the cream of the racing stock of the country will compete at the fair ground* I hid \ear. Never before luu *uli a high-cln** wt rof hor**es. both runner* and harness hor*ca, been brought to .Inckaon. That muiic new record* for the tinted state* will he set at Tackaon fill* year i* t)e opinion of no few judges of the sport. Among the most enthusi astic of the loading horsemen of the state this year •* Capt. O. J. Waite, who i* already becoming impatient and anxious to *•<• the season often. Ihe racing feature at the fair this .'••ar ha** receive*! impetu* through the interest and presence of J. Kimberlin. a Kentucky trainer, who wae brought to daeksoii by sm n*(ary McDonald Home j hi.. ,i Ins .igo. and who organised the C ap ital 1 ity Driving Club. The old track •ui- been used all during the aummer by Mr. Kimberlin in training some of the finest horseflesh in the state, prepara tory for the State*Fsir contests. BOYS’ CORN CLUBS. MODERN DAIRY AT THE FAIR' Under the supervision of ’.United States government experts there will | be at the Mississippi State Fair this V'-nr for the inspection of the people j MODEL- DAIRY FARM. This will give i all * chance to sec just how ' dairy should be conducted. How to make it roost profitable: how to prevent iliseas" and how to avoid unsanitary con.Ktions. fortunes are being made in dairying these days, but it must be done right. Men who spend all of tlieir time study ingMhis subject will confo to .Missusip pi .n the exi euse of the government and give, the people the advantage of their experience, apd study df dairying. Ihj ...lirJr, will be conducted jlut as you would see it on a modern, dairy tarm. More can be learned there In a day than could lie learned from any oth er source in years. >s FAIR CATALOGUES ARE READY The most'extensive catalogue that has yet been sent out from headipinrlSrs is being mailed to any aad ali parts of the state this year upon request by Secre tary McDonald. It. will be a revelation to any one to read and note the differ ent features and increased premiums that will be dihlributeti after the I*l3 Fair. , „ ~ It behooves every Miasissippijtn to take an early and' active loteteat in their State Fair, no matter whajt th-r i oecupatiop._ Tlhere ip of in terest and value to all—something to.be gaitied by every One who takes e part in what ie now acknowledged to.be the greatest gvent of the year in the Mag nolia State'. ' ; , j, TEXTILE DEPTvAT STATE FAIR All the Jovers of fine necdlewrvk Will be glad indeed to know thht tfiih depart ment will again be under the direction of Mrs. J. L. Morgan, who Is thorougllty familiar ,wiyh the seopo and needs of this important work. From the indica tions, this.ls going to fat both beauti ful and busy place. (Will WQCK. IDLE FARM EXHIBITS fII,MISSISSIPPI FAIR 6 TV manjtffguiil >• taking ft gr*t •n . of intcre*! (his year in encouraging ii.e >ANGLE WLKM EXHIBIT. Thi U !■ 'Miuble farmer in the elite wtio is j .gr*B<dvHtad who not rectivt the co--operatiqp in his own section t,h*t he should to bring his exhibit to Jackson fud compete with the others, tjvcu though he maf bo the only exhibitor from his county. Tho Barry hill exhibit, which carried away the first premium for single farm exhibits, last year, is an example of the value of contributions of this kind. Mr. Berryhill did not walk awtiy with the prise so easily, however, an there was close competition from oth er quarters. The single farm exhibit in 1912 attracted a lot of attention and the contestants" were highly regarded by nil of the people. Farmers should lirst attempt to get their county or community to send a big exhibit to the fair, but in failing to receive the dft sired supjort. they should bring along the beat the/ have anyway. Interest of the farmers from all parts of the state this year will undoubtedly have an influence of no small measure on the legislature who will le asked at the next session to make an appropria tion to aid each of the seventy-nine coun ties of thn sfate to be represented at the fair. It is only a matter of time * hen this* will be accomplished. In the meantime the progressive farmers in each community will benefit them* sclves and tbeir neighbors at the same time by identifying themselves w ith, ev- 1 ©ry movement pertaining to the Slgts Fair. CORN PALACE AT STATE FAIR But the pleasure provisions In the way of improvements have received only their j j>'t pro nta of the 121,01)0 and more expended for general improvements, Per haps the most interesting from everv angle is the new Corn Palace, patterned somewhat after the famed Corn Palace ■ in Columbia, S. C. It was learned last | year that the growth of interest in the I corn olub and tomato club ideas would ' . necessitate new buildings and more room I ! in this department. The directors have therefore O. K;'d the proposition to erect'j one of (he finest buildings for this pur j |o-e that could be devised. ' !> Fvoni the reports that have coma, in j from reliable sources oven now it looks I ns though the new palace will U crown- j 'ed with exhibits sent in by the.eornj I clubs and tomato clubs from peer the" state. _ Mississippi Is looked to fo shbw the world soins few things in this rs i I apcct (lua year. Prof. Smith and Prof. Cobb have been keeping this matter in' mind and before the public all along, i *ud both expect'to take great 'pride,in reviewing the corn olub exhibits this I year. ~ , 1 ” 1 Nor has Miss Susie, V, Powell, the "little tomato girl,” been idlt during the summer months. - While others lan guished beneath the sliadg, Miss Poifbil had her girls up and doing.' Sin- bin i ■■visited many of thd counties in —••very one where the cjuba iiave been .organised, and has instructed tlt#‘'gfrit and primed them "for the big slipw this, fall. The only disadvantage Mia*; Powell’ baa la (hat her appropriation from the government and state will not yet' pe> | mJt her to establish 'as many clutpi as she would like. She will eventually see, however, that 'every 'county ih* .Missis- ’ srppi has a cunning club. Miss Powdll ■ i> a tireless worker and reallv exults in tier duties. ' . Plan to have cl all times a blaiikct „f ; | lom earth on thj suVface of thd field/ TO WMWjMTSj HE East Mississippi Times Job Printing De -333333 partment is the place where neat and up-to- Joh Printing has made its headquarters, and as you are always in need of some of the following articles of stationery, we are asking you for a share of your patronge 4 L ■ . * - 0 S • - 1 * ' Letter Heads Bill Heads Note Heads * Envelopes 4 Commrcdal and Visiting-Cards •.. I * 1 i i I . • ' !' . • f 1 • i I I :1 ( , > I . !•'*■ *■ > . 1 . 1 Give us a Trial Order and be Convinced • i ■ ■ ■ : , [ " * i i. * | j ‘ • '*'• * • u * f j • • •*< *i ’* t i i .t- • .. •• I>j. I j _ * ■ :We |Send it by Parcel Post and. • -y4 —— _ , n — ll 1 tj • i l O •'• £ • t * t| . . , • i>- i ~ i . • ■*■ * * i . ■ f it t - H *..*• ■ j ‘ * '• ■' E ' Jr l 1 • " I ills tost ■ ■}>.-( • . * i •*• • ■P 1 Tinies, i , STARKVILLE, MISS.