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■i ■ starkville, Hiss. ohitnarie-. Cards of Thiinks, uf meeting* and other of iike character. one cent a N’.r -iiarged—eii. nt words and H^ n it with copy. ■ A lot "f ui(* tfesh hams just re lived at J. M Carpenter’s. ■ H jiissAd'lie Cannon, who is ut ■ tending school at Blue Mountain, ■ will be home this week. I** * - ■ "IpTio Mr. J. M. Carnenter’s I g.ocery store for nice fresh I r iisins, currants, cranberries, etc. I I Miss Alice Montgomery, of Due ■ West, H. C., is expected in Stark- I v |||e to spend the liolidays with I relatives. ■* * ♦ I Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Robed, of I Centerville, are the guests of Dr. I and Mrs. Joe Robert, of the A. & I M. College. I♦ ♦ ♦ I Prof. J. W. Fox, of Scott, Miss., was in Starkville yesterday. He was here on imsiness and made only a brief visit. ♦ * • Mr. James Drane and Miss Lillie Dell Hunt were married yes terday at Sturges, Rev. N. Q. Adams officiating. ♦ ♦ ♦ Mr, and Mrs. J. D. MoMurtrey and baby will spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. MoMurtrey’s family in Yazoo City. * ♦ ♦ Hon. W. \V. Magruder, wife and little son, Augustin, left yes terday for Memphis, where they will spend a few days. * * ♦ Miss Kathleen Sage and little Robert add Catherine Hogan have gone to Memphis to spend the holidays with relatives. * * * Mrs. George H. Goodale, who is yisiting her mother. Mrs. Adele Critz, entertained at auction bridge a few days since in honor of Mrs. George Neesom. • * Miss Sue Pearson left Monday morning tor Birmingham, where she will spend several days with her nephew, Mr. Coon Sudduth and his family. * * ♦ Mr, R. 11. Chiles, the efficient Secretary of the Mississippi Hotel Keepers Assoei u was unani mously re-elect'd the Annual Convention of . body which was in session Jackson this week. * *• r. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Reynolds announce the engagement and ap proaching marriage of their daugh ter, Carrie Mae, to Harry James Leveustein. The wedding will take place at the home of the bride’s parents in this city on Thursday, February 12th. * ♦ ♦ Mr. Robert Mauess, of Texas, "'ill come up from New Orleans, where he is a student in the medi cal department of Tulane Univer sity, and spend a few days with his mother, Mrs. L. G. Maness, who is here on an extended visit. Mr. Maness is a gradsonof Mrs E. H, Caldwell * * * Mrs. B. L. Magruder enter tained the Woman’s Book Club on last Friday afternoon in her usual gracious manner. The meeting was called to order by the presi dent followed by roll call by the secretary, which was responded to by current events, from the mem bers. there being fourteen present interesting papers or selections were read by Me. dames Wallace, Neales and Wier, after which the Program for the next meeting was read and books distributed and a few progressive games ot 42 vee played. Mrs, Win Ward drew th Prize, a lovely basket of cukes. MesdamesJ. o, Glenn, T. J. Gladney, Abney Hogan. E. M. Hauck and Miss Minnie Walker were the guests of honor. . After assuring the hostess of the pleas ant time spent with her, the Club adjourned to meet with Mrs. W. Magruder on Friday, January 2, 1914. • g n Keep your cog at home it v „u don’t want him killed. The po lice have orders to kill all dogs running at large. The billowing is the law which provides for ibis order by the Board of Mayor ami Aldermen: “Animals not to run at hirg (Laws IS'JG, page 188.) To p-e --vent or regulate the running ai large of animals of all kinds, and to cause such as may be miming at large to be impounded and sold to discharge the costs and penal ties provided for the violation of such regulations and the expense of impounding and keeping and selling the same; and to regu.ate! and provide frr the taxing of owners and harborers of dog-, ami to destroy dogs running at hug;'; to provide for the erection of all needful pounds, pens, and build ings for the use of the city, within or without the city limits, and to appoint and conliim keepers thereof, and to establish ami enfore rules governing the same. £ GRISB Y ’H LI V- V ER- L AX, t hat delicious liver syrup, has displaced calomel in nearly even home. Good for grown-ups and children alike. AskJ. T. KIRK, Drug* gists. Mr. Albert Critz, who holds a position in the Agricultural High School, at Clarksdale, is expected home Saturday io spend Christmas Notice to Taxpayers. I will be at the following named places to colled taxes ; ->turgis December Lffitb Alaben Decern her tilth L. 11. Nickels, Sheriff. If yon ate constipated, your en tire system is poisoned by the waste matter kept m the body — serious results oueii follow. Use Dr. King’s New Life Bills and you will soon get rid of constipation, headache and other I roubles. 25c at Druggist or by mail. H. E. Bueklen & Cos., Blula. & St Louts. Miss Knoxie Jackson spent Sat urday in Columous. L!LIT L ALO 'jLL; it is dan gerous. Try GRIGSBY’S LIV VER-LAX, that ucltcious vege table tiver syrup guaranteed to produce even belter results than calomel. It is absolutely harm less and pleasant to lake. Any child can take it with safety. Ask J. T- KIRK. Mrs. Harry Alston is visiting her parents at Cedar Bluff. Croup and Cough Semedy. Croup is a terrible disease, it at tacks children so suddenly they are very apt to choke unless given the proper remedy at once. There is nothing better in the world than Dr. King’s New Discovery. Lewis Chamberlain, of Manchester, Ohio writes about his children: “Home times in severe attacks we were afraid they would die, but since we pruned what a certain remedy Dr. Ling’s New Discovery is, we have no fear. We rely on it for croup, coughs and colds.” Ho canyon. 50cand SI.OO. A bot tle should he in every home. At all druggists. 11. J',. Bueklen & Cos., Phila., H, Louis, Mr. J. F. Webber, a prominent business man of Oanomowac, Wis., ~pent several days in Htark ville and vicinity looking over farm lauds. Notice To Non-Resident Defendants. Htate of Mississippi. To Andrew Harris: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Oktibbeha, in said Htate, on the Second Monday of] March, A. D. 11114, to defend the suit in said Court of Ida Harris, | wherein yon are Defendant. This Gth day of December, A.; D. 1!)1J. E. O. Mellwaiu, Clerk. The I. I. & C. girls meat home for the holidays. HABITUAL CONSTIPATION and all liver troubles can be cured by using GRISBY’S LIV-VER LAX. Auk J. T. KIRK, Drug gist. Euii.\ Monday morning a mad dog ran amnek in Si i kvillc and bit several persons and -I'.iim-vons dogs A iiongt 'u ..->!• •; c bi( n were - , Sudduth. Lull-- . "■ -, b and Wl Sudduth ami O-vvaP wn-i I,U: badly bittt h,p M -r enped ns the dog nlia-.-i,.-.! hi- I- .t winch was protected by his .-ho,-. It is reported that sev ,al negroes were also bitten. .. nninbcr of citizens turned out with guns and the dog was finally killed by Luther Oswalt, one if the persons J bitten. Monday night the city council met and framed an ordinance which will be found elsewhere in this issue, prohibiting dogs from l imning at large tor 105 days, from December Id, lit Li. Notice. Strayed or stolen from W. E. Rife’s farm near Phcba, Mis-., one small, red mare mule, weight about 900 lbs; about 3 years old; hoof broken off front feet making track of front feet nearly round. Mule supposed to have gone astray enroute to W. E. Rife’s farm near CUftonville, Noxuhle Cos., Miss. Please report to E. K. Petty, Pheha, Miss. orW. E. Rife, Clif tonville, Miss., and you will he aid for all trouble and expense. Stomach Troubles Disappear. Stomach, livor and kidney troubles, weak nerves, lame back and female ills disappear when Electric Bitters are used, Thous amis of women would not he wit li mit a bottle in their home. Eliza Pool of Depew, Okla., writes: “Electric Bitters raised me from a bed of sickness and suffering and has done me a world of good I wish every suffering woman use this excellent remedy and find out, as I did, just how good it is’ As it has helped thousands of oth ers, it surely will do the same tor you. Every bottle guaranteed, otic andsl.oo At all druggists. 11. E. Bueklen & Cos., Philadelphia & St Louis. Mr. C. P. Bass, of the Long view Bank, was a visitor here Tuesday. Save Half Your Money, By using GKO for chills and fever, bilious fever, malaria, colds and grippe. A 25c bottle contains exactly as many doses as the usual 50c bottle which is twice as large. Does duieker and better work. It acts on the liver and bowels, cleans out the system, stops chills and fever, builds up stringth, No pills or calomel needed with it. Contains no poison, 25c. Mou y oack plan Did you know that CALOMEL IS MERCURY, and that its mer curious effects will ruin the sys tem while GKISBV’S LIV VER LAX is purely vegetable and can be used with perfect safety? Ask J. T. KIRK. J. B. PERKINS, JR. LAWYbR Money to Loan Otlce under Telephone Exchange STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI T. J. WOOD Attorney-at-Law STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI B. F. BELL Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery Practices in ill the Courts. Promp attention given to all hn-iiic--. Ullice upstairs in Masonic Building. Ollice Phono 157; ri-idcncc IsT STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI SAY! Have you ever I t Alex Edwards I Cl an and Press your ClOiiics? It try him once lie is the best in town Phone No. .507 j Rings He will cull umJfijL r et your clotlio ami deliver them promptly. Try him once. He makes old j t clolh< > > 100 k new. ALEX EDWARDS Sta> kvllle, Miss. Cos ff ivr Spring and Cherry Srcet • An Appetite I FOR YOUR CHIUSTMAS Will hE p you to enjoy I the dav | CLARDY is an appetite Duilcler • "SC7 1 17 n , resh Louinry Cg ; ',, Lreamery Doctor, rn its or all kinds > dig \3tock or Frc - Qj; a . es. | in fact | Everything for the ChrL::., S Bill of Fare I I — m— A pjWhen you buy from ClarkV y.^ u - Vi .. A pend on getting the test. 4 i a i I Clardy’S Motto: “Cleanliness and Cu.dH’d' % % I m , ~.. %, ; . , ...... I 4 pf H ■ I I T 4 'A X. > : || ;l We wish to thank our many || friends and customers for their most ■I liberal patronage during the year no w > e drawing to a close, and earnestly rc— -1 quest a continuance daring the year | 1914. | Jg $ — 1 r.l i 1 B \Ve wish you one and all a Mcr- ? ry Christmas and a Happy and prosperous New Year. 1 PHILIP QOODHAN, 1 & * '■< m S "THE HOUSE of QUALITY’k ESTABLISHED IBBu $ I I f § 3