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Our Motto: “Tell the truth — No
matter whom it helps or hurts .”
Entered the Post Office at Stark v I lie,
Mississippi, as second class mail matter
Published every Friday. Subscrip
ton price SI.OO per year
We are outhorized to announce
P. G. SUDDUTH
as a candidate for moyor, subject to the
action of the Democratic voters.
“When we begin to carry our
worries to bed with us at night,
and think about them instead of
going to sleep* then we want to
look out for squalls,” writes Dr.
Woods Hutchinson, in Munsey’s
Magazine. He says that worry
is a disease.
Life, as a whole, is composed
of at least nine parts of happi
ness and sunshine to one of
suffering and gloom. The heal
thy mind sees it in proportion.
It's a sign ot disease when dis
comfort begins to loom greater
than comfort. When this hap
pens, look and you will tind that
you are mistreating your body by
overwork, underfeeding, lack of
sleep or lack of plap.
“It is really appalling,” the
doctor says, “when we come to
consider it broadly—the narrow
ness. the monotony, the ever
lasting repetition of average
workaday life; the prospect of
performing the same petty duties
day after day, month after
month, year after year, with
nothing to end it short of the
great sleep. Variety is not
merely the spice of line, but its
continuance. Intelligent recre
ation, interests outside of the
daily grind, changes of scene —
these are not merely luxuries,
they are necessities of life.
The best and only cure for
worjy is to live an attractive, in
terested, vigorous, cheerful life.
Keep up your interests, your
work and your hobbies, and you
will seldom worry, and will nev
er realize that you’re old—until
Hon. B. Frank Bell and Mr.
Archie Page tried their hand at
angling, Tuesday, for the finny
tribe. There were others, whose
names we failed to procure, in
this piscivirous diversion. The
season is most beautiful, all na
ture is smiling for Spring has
Miss Eva May Hamm, of Hart
ness, spent several d'eys this
week with her aunt, Mrs. Ella
The nineteenth annual meeting
of the Woman’s Home Mission
Society of the North Mississippi
Conference will be held in Col
umbus, April 2nd to 6th.
Mr. Li. M. Prtichard was in
town Monday. He lost a colt
which pesters his mind. See
his ad. We hope that ad will
find it for him.
Mr. I. Katz, who has in charge
the branch store of Katz Bros,
in Maben, spent Sunday here.
We are glad to know that the
Branch is bringing them such
$350 Piano, Oak Case. A
beauty. Cheap for Cash.
nnmT eiircrp when you can cet relief
UUH I 9UrrM| t Cures when All Others Fail
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED
Salisbury, Sub Station, No. 2, Aug. 16, 1908
North Carolina, Rowan County
I, J. L. Rufty, the Deputy Sheriff of Rowan County
have been suffering with Rheumatism for ten years, have
been confined to my bed part of the time, could not sleep
at nights and went to Hot Springs, Ark., for six weeks but
still got no relief. I have used five bottles of Breeden’s
Rheumatic Cure and after taking same I can sleep at nights,
walk as good as ever and do all my work.
J. L. Rufty, Deputy Sheriff.
Sold Evoiywhero. Ask Your Dealer for a Sample Bottle
SI.OO PER BOTTLE, OR SIX BOTTLES FOR $5.00
For further information, write Information Dept.
Every little while we read in
the paper that someone has run
a rusty nail in his foot or other
portion of his body and lockjaw
resulted therefrom and the pa
tient died. If every person was
aware of the perfect remedy for
such wounds and would apply it,
then such reports would cease.
The remedy is simple, always at
hand, can be supplied by anyone
—what is better, it is infallible,
It is simply to smoke the wound
or any wound that is bruised or
inflamed, with a woolen cloth.
Twenty minutes in the smoke
will take the pain out of the
worst case of inflammation aris
ing from such a wound. People
may sneer at this remedy as
they please, but when they are
afflicted with such wounds, let
them try it.—Exchange.
Rev. N. G. Augustus, of Du
rant, stopped over and spent to
day in the city.
Prof. Hugh Critz made a bus
iness trip to Strongs Wednesday.
The News and Weekly Com
mercial Appeal $1.25.
o u I j a
That every business man, as
well as every home in the co
unty, should have a copy of
Wellborn’s new map of Oktib
W. H. Miller,
Easter Services in
The significance of Easter was
emphasized in the different
churches of the city last Sunday
by impressive sermons, delight
ful music and elaborate an ap
propriate floral decorations.
Hon. R. P. Washington was
in the city this week. He is very
much pleased with his crop of
oats. He says that he thought
the cold weather had ruined
them but to his pleasant sur
prise he never had a better crop.
He has turned his pigs upon
them and they graze as an ox.
Someone suggested that they
would root, but he says not if
taken off at night.
Mr. Washington is an enthusi
astic swine man and sees some
thing in it. We would be pleas
ed to have a report from him
sometime for the benefit of our
readers and hope that he will
avail hunself of this sincere in
“The lightning bug Is a brilliant bug
bin he hasn’t any mind.
He meanders through the darkness with
his headlight on behind.
Likewise the foolish merchant whom
no one can advise;
He declares there’s nothing doing when
asked to advertise," —Ex.
ANNUAL SESSION AN
CIENT ORDER OF THE
New Orleans, La. ,Apr. 12 13
For the above occasion the
Illinois Central Railroad Compa
ny will have in effect a low rate
of $9.10 for the Round Trip from
Tickets will be on sale Apr. 9th.
10th, 11th and 12th from all sta
tions in Mississippi, Alabama
and Louisiana, and Apr. Bth, 9th,
10th and 11th from Tennessee
points. Tickets will be good to
reach the original starting point
not later than April 25th, 1910,
except that an extension until
May 10th may be secured by de
positing return portion of ticket
with Special in New Or
leans not later than noon, of
April 25th. and paying a fee of
SI.OO at the time of such deposit.
For further information call on
H. R. Weston, Agent.
A. S. Haines, D. P. A.
Will do your Job Work at
reasonable prices. How
are you off for
Bill Heads, Etc.?
Ve keep none but the
best of stock on hand.
II you have anything to
buy or sell, advertise la
k will do the work*
Ring 175 for all kinds of
dressmaking in the latest styles.
Put in your Easter order now.
' MRS. Lorena Cox.
PROGRAM of THE WOMAN S MISSIONARY UNION.
Presbyterian Church, April 6-7, 1910, Starkville, Miss.
8:00 Meeting of Executive Committe and social half hour.
3:80 Opening Service by H. R. Raymond, D. D.
Address of Welcome: Starkville Society.
Response: Corinth Society
-4.00 Roll Call.
Minutes of Meeting (1909)
4:80 Reports: Treasurer; Corresponding Secretary; Sect’y Young
People’s Societies; Secretary of Literature.
Report of Local Societies (3 minutes each)
Appointment of Committees,
Reception at Mrs. C. R. Montgomery’s
9:30 Devotional Services led by New Hope Society.
9:45 Echoes from Montreal —Miss Hattie Le 5 Hood, delegate to
Montreal Convention, (1909) Miss Ida Miller and others.
10;15 Conference on Home Missions:—
Assembly, led by Booneville Society.
Local, led by Okolona Society.
11:00 Discussion In regard to Organizer or Presbyterial Visitor,
led by Columbus Society,
11:30 Payment of Union Dues.
3:00 Devotional Services, led by West Point Society.
3:15 Minutes of preceding sessions.
3:30 Conference on Foreign Missions, led by Pontotoc Society.
Message from Foreign Field, by returned lady missionary.
8:00 Devotion Service, led by Hamilton Society.
8:15 Student’s Volunteer Movement:—
Gleanings from Rochester Convention, (1909.)
Student I. I. & C.
8:45 Reports from Committees.
Election of officers,
Selection of lime and place of meeting for 1911.
Consecration Service, led by newly elected President,
I. C. R. R.'SCHEDULE
Ho. 234 loaves .10:13 a.m
No. 292 leave* 1:17 p.m
No. 204 leaves 7:25 p.m
No. 203 leaves 7:50 a. m
go. 291 leaves. 8:55 a.in
O. 235 leaves 4:23 p.m
Southbound trains connect at Durant
with through trains for North, South,
East and West. “*•
Train No. 203 south connects at Du*
rant with train No. 134 for Memphis
and main line traine for South.
Gnu,"™? ® J4CRS °" VIU *
TIME OF TRAINS AT
No. 41, daily, leaves at 7:00 a. m.
No. 43, daily, leaves at. . ..10:05 a. m.
No. 45, daily, leaves at 3:40 a. m
No. 41, arrives at Artesia 7:10 a. in.
No. 43. arrives at Artesia 10:40 a. in.
No. 46, arrives at Artesia 4:15 p. m.
Trains leave Artesia:
No. 2, leaves daily 4:19 a. m -
No. 4, leaves daily 4:40 p. m.
No. 6, leaves daily 10:50 a. m.
No. 1, leaves daily 12:13 a. in.
No. 3, leaves daily 11:33 a. in.
No. 5, leaves daily 4:37 p. m.
R. V. Taylor. Jno. M. Beall,
General Manager, General Passenger Agent,
MOBILE. ALA. ST. LOUIS. MO
Plants for Sale.
Cabbage, Tomato. Egg, Pep
per and other garden plants,
strong and vigorous. Prices
cheaper than elsewhere.
For Poultry Ills.
Try it before you apply the
hatchet to a sick fowl. It’*
cheaper and more satisfactory
Poultry raisers have found it
an unfailing remedy for Roup
Pip, Canker, Gaps, Scaly Leg*
Swelled Head and Eyes, etc.
This testimeuy proves k.
Cambridge Springs, Pju
I will tell you of a cure I madejasl
week with Mexican Mustang 1 Lini
ment. Had a hen so bad from a coldthal
her ears were swollen out as large as a
hickory nut and full of matter and thicl
pus. Applied Mexican Mustang Linimenl
four times and to-day turned her out witl
the flock a well hen. * Last Winter cured a
very bad case of canker with three appli
;atious. I use it for nearly everything.
' H. L. LAMB
Full directions with every bottle.
Three sizes, 25c., 50c. and sl.
LYON MFC. CO..
§1.45 South Fifth St.. BROOKLYN. PLY
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