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I VOL. XL!X Read This—lt Is Worth Readinc - —— -- Physicians and scientists tefl ns that Ih most important part of lie human body is the stomach. Also, it is the most neglected by us. Injustice to our future heaiili we should lake care of our stmoachs. First: We should be careful what we eat. Second: We should have it properly cooked in sanitary utensils. Third: We should eat properly-—masticate it properly. For nearly a year we have supply mg the people of Starkville with the very best Groceries at the lowest prices possible. Now we have made arangements to equip your kitchen with the only sanitary utensil known—Pure Aluminum. Nothing is to good for our customers, and when we saw the opportunity of getting this ware and furnishing it to them on a profit sharing plan, we lost no time in taking advantage of it. We have a complete line of them and they are to be furnished to you at practically no expense whatever. Suppose you call some time, see then* and let us tell you of the plan in details, they are to be giveu to 30-day customers as well as cash customers, provided you pay your bills in full when due. Respectfully yours, OWEN GROCERY COMPANY Everything in Groceries "There s a Reason —Goods of Quality Auto Delivery. Phones 96 and 125 STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI. CITY COUNCIL. StHrKyille. Miss. Dee 7. 1915 Hon. Mayor and Board of Aider man ef the City of Starkville, met in regular session, in the Mayor's Hall, this the 7 day of Deo 1915 ' 7:30 p. ru There were present, v ’n'or P 0. Smhliiib, Alileriiu.il, •! C. I‘age, A H llaningt- n, A. H | An S' (. 11, 1i at these, C l * rk T J too i , ishall II wxwe ; be ug iHiN-nt The Minnies of the pr-viou- Ute. ing- were read mid ndopie ami In- tohou ing iinsiii-ss tm.. ■ la-t and ■ YOU > ipi 11 Ihi be no lit.- otN i 915. Ii • i- eml ii toll N v 19.0 Join Y in,. sll 00 If i Pi ... r 11 Op Jessie Wilson 11 00 Heim liiigli-M ll Ul Benry R.i.miii 11 0 E Luca- 11 Oi. Wm, Fori 11 00 SwiUip it II s■ .1 1 1 Or Roht Kelly 11 00 Jim Gieen 11 00 John Watt 11 00 Arc M-.ek 11 oo . Will o .. 1 oo 1132 00 :Ins on an g none .■• v e.nln r $52 oi Pines Collected and Fund ml Treasre *l3B 75 Respct Snbmi ted, P. G SUUDUTH, . > . Onleie.. by lb- B i ■ -a J, I port be received and -preml upon COLLECTOR S report for the month of Nov 1915. For water service $536 27 For light service $684 3 1 * Tot ul *1220 57 City accounts * Pnvililege Tux *62 50 Street T.,x *6O 00 Total *62 50 CITY TAX G. .. nil Fund 8126 55 Sclioo Fund *BB 61 Lileresi & Bouds *BB 53 Gen Imp. Fund •>() 61 I’olsl 304 30 Graii't 1667 37 Tmmil into l’rea *1667 37 L.pp • Hid' S llUllllled, T. -i. Gunn, Col Onl. ICO 111 the Board i lihl swill l.e I-O' IV. and .Hid -pr <1 " * Oil Ni 1111I 1 *B. lied .11 & F II ink luier.d ■ Si. to Oi t. I • 191 > 129 19 i. i iff t•< P 7 To ii- liii* *Tr sun i 136 79 R c p u r; *&L 1W No* l 91 5 Light. Engine run 450 boms Air Compressor 610 in.- 2,550.000 u) >M lie * -■> 1 ” i.. go i..i,u Oi *Bc ini Cylinder nil >*ile , Inr -I io ' t ' 1417 03 salaries. Gen Mciogvcle * IOO f, O tt'-ti-v ”9 °6 Unci I ' n '33 0 B Mi. 35 00 , m'ni- N D 3 ’_°° *i.. * ™ STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI DECEMBER 10 1915 WATER CUT IN 6 ■''ii Gilmore 9 J H Smith & Cos 1 light. wood yard 4 N M Saxon meter Ciiy Uuit> 12 51) Respect, GFO. iVICINOVALE, Street Cou.uiiosou-ia K< purl moiiHi of Nov. 1915. Cut Cun i street and tilled iu Lee Sueel at BluiueiilelU and Fried e (Jorum Suua wilier mum OH CUt'ly Sued lam 3 piaua Cl'oos iu,i ou Sume Street GiaUcd C A lijguu lot lor week, iiuuleii Pole loi EuWCI tloure, iiuUieU FielgUt Horn -O & O ill pol to i'uu.ie SUUooi, uuht imago vu Culuyet.e oireel, Ituuie'l Bui oil from .vi & 0 to Rowel' lionise, nau.cU 2 loaUs euuL Horn Power ilouee io Cat outioui uuu out loud aiuibug to ti/i Seuul, lUlt! 2 pitiun Cloo-lag ou ■laativu Select uua lepuneU 2 p.uuu waiao ou dacuMau Street lar. o r-i tool eiooti vsuyo Walk ou it et uiu outc>, Uiiu.cu y tuuu uoul Horn bowci uou.-e to t'uouc .lOUOoi) UUU.ell a Lull OltlVcl Hum r C it it to uiouigoiutiy noosing wniacil 1 1-2 auy ou water mum .io Otlltletiii Street, built Ullage oU it h tt.' sticct, u -u.ea ItuUt lot ou O-l ' ■* days lU till ou Aast UUU Jl Uti otlCet, aull 11. leu to uOtloWf at.U .Uiu 111 lee. 10 tUCU I, , tttulCU UUU uloUlulllCu 10 turtiiu Uiuilcii ou otreet uiiou uoXayii'wugou 14 uuys, SAUAUILS. O C iim Oo Do .liueti <> >uu iiO V H uv* C ocii mV V\J clyiieU')*' 9 ou Mules Buttl'd 32 00 $155 00 Kespt Submitted, O. C. Ddvis, Street Commissioner Columbus, Miss. 9-7- 1915 lion. Major and Board of Alder man. (jieuliemeu Finding Limt, business conditions 'are sucu us to render it impossible lor mo io attend board meetings auu omer duties connected wim | tliu ultlee ot Aidormau us 1 should do. 1 therefore tender my resigaa lion as a meuiUor of jour huuoi uole nout’d. lours very truly ■J. 11. Hobson. ••■ov Page sec oy Ames mat the aboyo resignation oe accepted and tnat the Dicru Oe instructed to Uoitij itiicclieu Cumujissiuners ot Vuuouui j and nihi election oe eau cd us tnc now directs an Voting yts. Moved bj I'age Bee by Ames mat uid ol jtr. marwed ot ijidUd 00 lor pair uiUics no auecpiod, Al voting jes> ‘“oVcu Oj Harrington sec bj iXuituess mat citj pureuase lire tiu so turn .ur. coj at tfiLo 00 ..•so mat UIS tiller Ol doo O 0 loi me U /iocs nu a uu auu Ualueos Oe aticptcu auu apiueu as mat puj - incut iol me iiuuas. An Voting jCS. luoie ueiug no lurtlier onsi ness me noaid adjourning until mi' iigdiai meeting UlgUt unless U.noi aloe eu.icd law pim to Hue We.itUel lias put g o Uc to nog giiiiug. Hear Them! On Deo. 13ib. Rev. W. Fred Long, accompanied by Dr. William A. Brown, of Chicago, one of America’s foremost religion Cad ers; will he in Starkxille. These workers will hold three services, at the Baptist Church. One of these services will be held at 10 a. in.; one at 3 p in; one at 7 p in- livery phase of Sunday School work will be discussed fully. AH of the visitors to these meeting* will no uutertained by the people of Starkviile. Our county is indeed fortunate in having a visit from these Suu daj School Workers Their etiu eiuij, which begins at Grenada Dec. 3rd, will end at New Albauj Uc.c, J6th. Dr. Brown is recognized, ai one id America’s most eluqueut as wen as one of her must consecrat ed ineu. Let every Sunday School in Ok tinneiiu couutj send a big delega tion to otarltyiilc Monday to hear these excceiieut addresses. 0. G. Snow, Pres, Oktibbeha Cos. S. S. Assoc/ Sure Signs Of A Torpid Liver It jou have spells of dizziness, In ad relies, bidousnesH or conitipit-l non, look to your liver for the '•iiu-e. Yon can get relief by tak ing Pii-Do Lax. It acts quickly ot the hvir, helps it to disvbarge the poison and lone up the system. Helps the stomach 100. Only 50c. at Druggists. Mis. Geoige Deaveaport and Mis- Uettie 'larablu gCo turn us yoileidav. Our Milder Clime. W. 3. Harrison,; “What’s so raro as a day In June! So sang the bard of colder dim Where Nature then pan earth in i • And life regains llie flush of time Where Spring on April's breezes ii , In Mississippi’s milder sir; And Nature’s richer life abide-. Our “perfect days” are not so r.u The bluebells make our meadows , l’be dogwoods give onr forests ch. The sweetest notes of song bird- The groundhogs comes without ahi i, Our roses Haunt the native all ot douthern beauties’ charming gr ; Our daisies bloom with beauty rat vnd speak their charm with Ino-J t face. Our gardens, fields, and forest- hi. Abound in floral beauties rare O’er all tue mildly doming sky, Smiles kindly on our life oi care And more than all that wealth < t hays; Beyond the pomp, and show i itrlfe, Of ollice high or low, wc pri/i- The llaer grain of douthern life. dtarkvilie, Miss. Colds Need Attention Interim! throat aud clu-.-t tr< >- ies produce inflammation, in lion, swelling or soreness and i lees checked at once, are likei o lead to serious trouble. Cm it m time Dr. Bell.s Piue-Tar-Uo y loosens the phlegm and desti s the germs which have settled u the throat or nose. It is sooth g and healing. Pine is an lisp ; honey is soothing— both tug r posses excellent medicinal quab a n>r tightiug cold germs, lusts’ a Ur. Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey, h i, all Urungists. NO .