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RED CROSS DEPARTMENT
Looks For Ike Soldier* If you can not fight at the front you can send a book to the man you are sending to the front to do fighting for you. The gov i incut has asked American Li brary Association to assume re?- ponsibility for supplying the camps and cantonments with read ing material- Every group of sol diers. small as well as large, is to have books. This city has been asked lo’get donations of hooks aud magazines sent to the Red Cross Headquarters. These wi 11 be sent to the various rumps at cantonments through out the country and will be made available to the soldiers, either directly or through such agencies as bav* facilities,for distributions of books If you will write in such book your name aud address, the soldier who reads it will know that someone in Oklibt eha County i bis fneuo and stands ready to help him. The following is suggested a to the booKs aud magaziues desired; Poorly printed’ uninteresting, obvoiously oul-of-daie books nr* Dot oiih shipping to the mm Type should be g.. ,and nud el.hi aud ine book iu lair ci-uditi n. Books - : good s ones will b w u, -d most, oougs of hovenfurs, sea stones, detective stones hi tori •! novels, ami collections of j abort stories, especially humorous one, mh authurt as Kipling, Boyle, McCutcheou, O Henry Stockton, Tarkiugton, Lnndloss. Uopkinsou Smith, Oppeulieiui, etc. have been found popular au thors with meu. Good poetry and drama can be uni zed. Ah me men must be helped In libraries. Some of I hem have mu established reading habits and some of the books must tberefoie be light andjeasy reading. Foreign language study books, especially French grammar and dictionaries are much needed, possibly more than suy other uon-flcliou books. In one camp nearly one-fifth of the men are studying French. They should have easy readers and stories besides their text books. Books of travel, biography and history, especially lives of heroes and travels in the countries si war. Techiuical books on aviation, wireless, telegraphy, submarines, automobiles, signaling, first aid, and hygiene, drawing and lettering Ethical books on patriotism, Fads Aad Comment. Ihe way to choose between action is to choose between aims. This world would be a different sort ot place If Men leated Conscience as they tear Disgrace. If you can speak two language?, you are lucky; if you speak one honestly, you are wise’ Fram e is suffering from a short age ot mulches. Last year it used 4 I j,OUCM.KX)iOOO, and produced only 40,000,000,000. A generation ago it used id,000,000 a year. No one can look at one of our sailor boys iu these hot days with out euyyiug him and feeltug the impulse to enlist iu the navy. The bluejacket is almost the only civilized man in America who cun go without a collor and still he respectable. Woouen passenger cars will some day boas scarce as wood burning locomotives. On January 1 of Ibis year there were in use iu this country 15,704 all steel cars and 0100 without steel uudei frame? alll ough iu 1000 there were lewer than TOO ot either kind. July gave the Camp Fire Girls their opportunity to perform a pal riot service. In June the Boy Set tits bad wou great praise for Ibe help they had giver, both in tin Liberty Loan and in the Red Cr< ss campaign When July came, up rly one hundred thousand Camp J'iie Girls began the work Of coj- courage, good citizenship, eith simple non-eeounan devotional , Kicks. F resb attractive magaxines are also desired, such as America, tenlurv. Harpers, Everybody*, i Popular Mechanics. Popular | Science Monthly. Seientific Amencan. Saturday Evening Post etc. None over two years old shun Id be included This material is needed at once. Why not select today the books you are willing to give! Do not give worthless, unattractive books, bnt some of your good, Irrsh, in leresiicg, valuable ones. Send the book and magazines io the Med Cross headquarters anv day between 9 and 12 a. in. and from 3 to 6 p. m. or if you can not send them, notifv Mrs. \N ill Hariness Chairman Literature Committee phone 226. • • • Make Fine Exhibit. Allho the Red Cross sewing room have been open onlv four week , •■nough work has been completed to make a •Inpment to headquarters The finished supplies wete on dig i’iav last F'liday tler noon from i to 6 hiiil a very large r.nmher of pe-qde were present to inspect them Everyone]was very ;f, v ..r* ably impressed with (the quaiiii and quality of iho.e garments The headquarters at Masonic Ha I were crowded. Attractive young ladies in Red Cross uniform, served delicious punch and assisted in receiving the visitors and escorting them i 0 the diff-rent booths and display tables. The lust day two large boxes containing over 300 garm. nts of various -oris were shipped. These g tridents included pajamas, bath robes, bed shirts, bed socks, bandages of different kinds, hankerchief, wash bags, ice bag, covers, surgeons operating gowns, and helments, aud operating leg* gins and addition to these. 5 don en pair of warmly knitted woolen socks. These garments made by the patriotic ladies of Oktibbeha County are now on their wav to onr boys at the front or soon to be there. The work goes on. Remember the rooms are open daily. Ladies manage to sew a few horn* each week. Gentlemen if yon can’t go across with the guns, com. across with the fusds. I luting the pledges of housewives ito help in the national service cl food conservation. It is anew and interesting tribute to the Bible that the lite r ary tests for immigrants are now made from,passages chosen from it i bat is not because of the reverence that Christians feel for it, and Jews for some parts of it but be cause it i the ou ly book that has been translated into almost every known tongue. The Depart ment ot Labor has prepared pas sages in more than a hundred languages and dialects.—Youth Companion W e are told that there it one , automobile in this country to every thirty people: But what can we do with one thirtieth of any au tomobilef We'U lake ours in cash, ifjou please. We heard ot a young skinflint the other day who loosened up foi the first time in hu life. He bought a liberty bond in hopes it would keep mm out of war, Don’t exceed the speed limit. \°u may have to loaf aomnd 100 long alter you get there. x Au editorial nut remarks that talk is the only thing that is cheap now a days. Yes, out of court. i C onless vour past sins to youi ' k® st *' f l *1 J’°u feel so inclined One lie is a good as another. If you can’t smile, go out and herd sheep, phey won’t car*. Crops ate reasonably good this year, including that of inventive geniuses who can end the war by the pressing of a button. Bad St—irks Easiness Fsilarcs In thi< day of high efficiency more failures are due to dlsorded Stomachs than to any other cause. Nothing un dermine* the boor and mind so quickly as Stomach Trouble. It saps the en ergy and reduce* ambition and vitality to a low ebb. Calbartica frequently aggravate the trouble. Overcome quickly your Stomach. Liver and In testinal Trouble with Mayr’s Wonder ful Remedy as It reaches the seat of the disease. Millions have been restored by It. Let one dose of Mayr’s Wonder ful Remedy convince you today. For sale by GUI Drug Company. What a jolt it would be to para grapbers if some slackers, forced into service, should suddenly develop the genius of a Grant, or a Joffre, or a Hiudenburg! But oe won.t. He’ll be pearing spuds in the kitchen. The cheapest man m this town is the fellow who is always asking the Lord to sava the country and doesn’t do a darned thing himself Beware ot the man with an ex cuse. That’s nil he is—an excnse The Beauty Secret. t Ladies desire that irre sistible charm—a good complexion. Of course they do not wish others to know ■ beautifier has been used so they buy a bottle of Magnolia Balm UQVID FACE POWDER on according to ample diitdieni. Improve* • oetked at one*. Soothing. cooling emm MtraoKing. HmU Sunburn, atop* Tap. Whrn. Rm*Rei. 75*. at Dmgghtt ar hv met. dimei. Semple (either color) for 2c. Stamp. LsmMlb.Cs.. 40 South Fifth S.. BraoUrs, N.Y, W w MOARIPER B, M. WALKF.R, JM L. L, MARTIN rtAGRUCR.f ALKER& MARTIN Attorneys at Law STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI B. V. BULL WILL K. Willi BELL & WARD Attorneys at Law Office up-sulrs In Nssonlc Building. STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI JOSEPH S. RICE Attorney at Lau STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI Farm Loans negotiated on easy trms. Patents procured J. B. PERKINS, JR LAWYER Money to om Office, Scales Building, Lafayette St STARKTILLR. MIM. G. ODIE DANIEL Attorney and Counsellor at Lrw Same old stand,' STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI Urs. Eckford & Dodds Office In Magrnder Building •TAREVILLE, MISSISSIPPI -I D. E. RAINEY Veteranary Surgeon STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI Office at Rainey’s Stable LOANS. Five and Ten Year Loans Negotiated*, M. A. SAUNDERS Mash Building naimu. him. M. A. SAUNDERS AT TORNEt ttarkvUl*. Mm, mm latest Models '^^i ! hamuton.brown ST. LOUIS, U.S.A, W, W. SCALES y CO. STARKVILLE. MISS, TRUSTEE SALE Whereas,Alfred H,<\les, Dccatnr Boyle® and Lmiudn Boyles, ex milert and delivered to P. G. Bud- Imh. ae trustee, nvociitiin Denis f Tiust, dated ti e 28ili day of lay, 1912, and the 25th day of February, 1913, respectively, and duly recorded in Deed Book 142. Page 302, and l)ecd Book 125, Page 490, respectively, in the ffice of the Chancery Clerk of Oktiubeha County, Mississippi, •onveying to said tin-dee the fol lowing described personal property and real estate situated in Oktib >eha County, Mississippi, to wit: The Not th Half Ot Bontueast Quarter Of Southeast Quarter And I'be Northeast Of The Southeast Quarter, of section 5 Township 19 flange 14, £; contains sixty acres mure or less; also one gray mare about 8 years old named Hallie, dark bay huise mule about 6 years ■ld named Handy. 1 gray mare •bout 7 years old named Minnie, tnd increase of mares: 1 graded jersey cow fawn colored about 4 years old, named Jennie, one mouse colored mule about 6 years old named Dandy, one buckskin colored mare about 12 years old named Fannie, one heifer calf, which is the calf of the above des cribed grade jersey cow, to secure certain indebtedness named in said trust deeds, and due and payable to Y. A. Pearsoa, and said in debtedness having become past and still remaining unpaid, and the said undersigned trustee having been requested by said beneficiary and tbe legal ownet of said in debtedness, to executed tbe frost contained in said trust deeds and to foreclose said trust deeds by sale of the property therein aa provided by said trust deeds. Now therefore,!, tbe undersign ed trustee, by virture of the pro visions of the said trust deeds, will proceed to sell all above des cribed property, real and personal at the door of tbe Conrt Uonse in titarkville, Oktibbeha, County Mississippi to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction on the 27th day of August , A. D. 1917, between the hours of II o’clock a. ui. and 4 o'clock p m. of that day to satisfy aaid indebtedness, together with all tba. lawful ooit and expenses of executing this tiust. Dated August Ist, 1017, P. U. Sudduth Trustee CITATION NOTICK * Chancery Court September Term. 1017 State of Mississippi County of Oktibbeha C. I). Tbotnpaon, Complainant) Fait ids Thompson, Defendant, To Fosliua Thompson i You are hereby commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of Oktibbeha County, Mississippi,' on the Second Monday of Sep-, teipber, A. D. 1917 to defend the above styled oanae in which you are a defendant. Witness my hand and official seal this Aug. 1, 1017. J.R. Long Cbauceay Clerk Spend Your Vacation ft Wm * Coden&BayouLaßatre,Ala. A A On the Gulf Const 5. Excunion fare* are bow n affect ria X ■ 1 MOBILE & OHIO JIJP . RAILROAD Mid boating, For further iSomia- : lon an 4 descriptive pamphlet apply " to your Local Agent orwrlte, G. E. AJlet, D. P. A., Jaekaea, Team. '" ' A §EKi]CiI(MrD 09 3 On) I I ®^-Bfli?allm”A™J Every Housewife or u(fn\ Mother is ever under $[ I Wi that Nervous Strain M which so often results in Headaches, Dizzy Sensations, Faintness, Depression and other tlj Nervous Disorders. . , „s.. Dr. MUes* NERVINE J^^Saal . u , , _ L**\ & 5215? ,n Su h Caae*. *?“£ •it matt aoTTLt raiua to r f^M r DS%*Ti ta Si£S ’■aNBFIT, YOU* MONtV wil! • aaruNoao, WIU k^^hakc^.Tt^ schw^t.dfTwTT. i •,,, . ■ ? <X y° T V #,gue * Un<l ‘ r 5..” com g bwk TkwnJty, Aug. 30.