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The News and The Issue for $2 00. An Early Bird. Mr. T. N. Shearer had roasting ears for dinner yester day, raised in his garden. If not an early bird, surely early corn. Commencement has been in progress at French Camp this week. Hon, C. H. Elexander of Jackson, candidate for the United States Senate, delivered the address there on Tuesday, and it is said to have been a tine effort.-Choctaw Cos., Plaindealer. Mrs. Jell Hollmshead, of Ok toc, spent several days with her mother, Mrs. Carroll, and attend ed the college exercises. Mr. T. M. Caroihers, of Chat tanooga, who has been on a visit to his brother. Rev. J. C. Car others, of Grenada, spent sever al days here in the home of his sister, Mrs. C. R Montgomery, and brother, Mr. J. A. Carothers, this week. Card of Thanks We wish to express our heart felt thanks to our many friends for the expression of love and sympathy extended to us in our recent bereavement, caused by the death of our precious babe. May the Lord bless and re ward them. Very Respectfully Dr. and Mrs H. L. Scales. Hon. C. H. Alexander return ed to Jackson yesterday, but Mrs, Alexander and Master Hen ry Muldrow, who accompanied her will remain several days vis iting relatives. This is Mrs. Alexander’s home where she has many relatives and dear friends. There are some very line gar dens at Longview, as tine as to be found any where. For Sale. Vegetable and ornamental plants at the Cedar’s Green House. Phone 77. Misses Hattie and Ruth Vaughn came oyer Sunday even ing to be with their brother, Mr. J. R. Vaughn, who is a pupi] at the A. & M. C. Mr. W. J. McClure and Mrs. W. J. McClure, Jr., attended the exercises at the A. & M. C. from Columbus. Sixty.five young gentlemen graduated at the A. & M. College at the close of this session. Mrs. J. Niles Boyd and child ren, of Kosciusko, spent several days this and last week in the home of her mother, Mrs. Josie Yeates. Napoleon’s Grit. Was of the the unconquerable, never say-die kind, the kind that you need most when you have a bad cold, cough or lung disease. Suppose troches, cough syrups, cod liver oil or doctors have all failed, don’t lose heart or hope. Take Dr. King’s New Discovery. Satis faction guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble. It masters stub born colds, obstinate coughs’ hemor rhages, lagrlppe, croup, asthma, hay fever and whooping cough, and is the most safe and certain remedy for alll bronchial affections. 50c. sl. Trial bottle free at all druggists. Mr. John Shirley, of West Point, a former citizens of this county attended College exer cises at the College Tuesday and Friends are always W to see Mr. Shirley. Mesdaraes J. T. Chiles and M. R. Portlock returned from Col umbus Monday evening accom panied by Miss Sadie Chiles who graduate with distinction at the I. I, &C. Friends extend con gratulations to Miss Chiles. Mr. J. N. High departed for Houston, Texas, last Saturday and will in all probability make it his future home. Friends wish him success and prosperity. Miss Willie Brown and Blummie Lawlev, two attractive young ladies, of Columbus, attended College exercises this week and the guests in the home of the editor. Miss Loumarium Koonce, of Sturgis, a prepossessing young lady, attended commencement exercises at the College and was the cherrished guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Cooke Wood. --o--r Cement, Sidewalks, Building. Etc. Portland cement sidewalk con struction; concrete block build ing; making and laying concrete blocks; estimating profits, etc. Practical book for contractors, giving details in full. Second edition. Postpaid 50c. De Graff Pub. Cos., Peoria, 111. Second Primary Election. The run off for mayor in last Friday's election resulted as fol lows: P. G Sudduth, 14G. H. A. Beattie, 134. It was a hard tight and a close vote, but good spirits prevailed throughout. Many new autos have been in stalled this week and no one has had any acidents beyond a tire or two. Due warning of regulation speed has been promulgated. There is no anticipation of any wilful violations of the laws of either State, county or town. It is well to be mindful. A Frightful Wreck of train, automobile nr buggy may cut*., bruises, abrasions, sprains or wounds that demand Buckleu's Arni ca Salve-earth’s great healer. Quick re lief and prompt, cure results. For burns, sores of all kinds, eczema, chapped hands and lips, sore eyes or corns, its supreme. Surest cure for piles. 25c. at all druggists. The man who does not pur chase land will find it verv diffi cult in the future to do so. Look well for old age and for the in terest of those dependent upon you, Dead. Friends sympathize with Dr. and Mrs.H.L.Scales in the loss of their little daughter Emily Lee who died last Saturday after noon after a brief illness, age sixteen months, in which the News joins. The funeral services were held at the home at 4 o’clock Sunday evening, Rev. W. E. M. Brogan officiating, and the interment at Odd Fellows’ Cemetery. Splendid shower that was Monday night and not out of place. Farming prospects look good; wheat and oat crops good. Wheat will be planted on a much larger scale next fall. What Physicians Say Mr. Nesmit, of Nesmit, S. C., writes that **he recommended U-RA-CURA to a physician who had failed of a cure with other remedies and that he has discarded other medicines and Is show ing wonderful improvement since he commenced taking U-RA-CURA.” Many physicians recommend this remedy to the r patients who are suffering with Kidney and Bladder troubles. Large numbers of unsolicited testimonials have been received from those who have been cured. Druggists sell it at 50 cents and 81.00 a bottle. If your Druggist can not supply you, write to the Granger Medicine Ca., Chattanooga, Tenn. I Ice Incites I j| We are running delivery I wagons and the following is $ the rates: fef iFrom 25 to 100 lbs, l*2c per pound. ig 25 pounds for 15c; 'O. Less quantities at 1c per pound. H rxo Ice -will Toe M || delivered. Tj.rLd.er cir y sta-rxces -w:itlrou.t tickets or m H tla.e casla.- Sj Books may be procured from wagons or at our store. B |H The Ice House will be open on Sunday from 7to 11 a.ra. |g IS| for those who need ice, but will not deliver elsewhere. $ | J. H. SMITH & CO. | $ ** B Store Phone No. 9(3. Ice House Phone No. 244. §) B , m , _. i WHKtKKtHSKKtm I HAN’T 9IIKHR WHEN YOU CAN GET RELIEF ftf UUII lUi ■ cu reS When All Oth erS Fail P| BREEDEN'S | RHEUMATIC CURE | NEVER FAILS | I EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED £ 9 Salisbury, Sub Station, No. 2, Aug. 16, 1908 99 North Carolina, Rowan County IS B I, J. L. Rufty, the Deputy Sheriff of Rowan County ft j B have been suffering with Rheumatism for ten years, have IJjf B been confined to my bed part of the time, could not sleep g* B at nights and went to Hot Springs, Ark., for six weeks but ftf 59 still got no relief. I have used five bottles of Breeden’s H Rheumatic Cure and after taking same I can sleep at nights, \K B walk as good as ever and do all my work. al B J. L. Kufty, Deputy Sheriff. B B Sold Evarywhere. Ask Your Dealer for a Sample Bottle |£? B SI.OO PER BOTTLE, OR SIX BOTTLES FOR $5.00 l| M i For further information, write Information Dept. L | BREEDEM MEDICINE CO., Chattanooga, Tenn | Work 24 Hours a Day. The busiest little thing- ever made are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated globule of health, that changes weakness inty strength, lang uor into energy, brain-fag into mental power; curing Constipation, Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. 25c at all druggists. © Two for the © Price of One Q OUR GREAT PROPOSITION. Q § Just think, our paper and O The Mississippi Poultry- O man both one yearfor sl. (A The Mississippi Poultry- Q u man is the only paper 8 O published in the State Q devoted exclusively to the 8 S8 poultry industry and is Q published at Starkville, 8 _ the home of the A. & M. 8 BCollege,8 College, where every Mis- 8 sissippian has an interest. 8 Don’t miss a copy of this 8 8 journal. 8 Address all orders to, 8 THE STARKVILLE NEWS, 8 Starkville, - Miss. We regret very much that we were out last Saturday when Hon. H. E. Blakeslee, who visit ed our town and college on offi cial business, dropped in to see us. We appreciate the courtesy all the same. If Mr. Vardaman is afraid to go before his own people in joint debate, what could be expected of him should he ever reach the senate? —Gloster Record. Yes and IF summer times should turn to winter and the gentle dew be snow, there would not be much cotton made—And IP the mississippi river should turn and run up stream the water would run out at the little end— And IP Halley’s comet distroyes the earth there'll be no Santa Claus next Christms—And IP clay bricks should turn to gold we’d all have plenty of money— And If wool should cease to grow on sheep there’d be no more all-wool-and-a cloth —And IF the sun never rises again there’ll be darkness on the face of the deep —And IF there had not been a lot of political trad ing and corruption in the secret caucus Leroy Percy would not be aU. S. senator —And IP the editor of the Rocord had read the papers for the past few weeks he would have known that Vardaman and Percy had agreed to have joint debates— And IP the editor of the Record thinks a mule is a horse he is mistaken —And IF Gov. Varda man fails to “go before the people in joint debate” then there will be time anough left for his ene mies to indulge in vague, misty and dire prognostications —Rip- ley Sentinel. PROFESSIONAL ’ M. A. SAUNDERS, Attorney - at. Law, Office up-stairs over postoffice Starkville, Mississippi. Dr* Hunter L Scales ' Jhytldaa and SwrgMft BTARKVIL.IJE, MM H f%mm 141. Wiley N. Nash Aftpeofr and Cotinielof at Law aa4 Solicitor in Chancery STARKVILLE, \ OkUkUka Caualj, MiaalaalpfA OflU* east *i Courtkom* Sqaava fVUphoa* raaidanca. J. W. Normcnt AT LAV/ BTARKVILLB, MIBB. Attention lo oolleotlon of elalma "N G. Odie Daniel, Attorney and Councellor at Law, (Same Old Stand) Starkville, - Mississippi. B. F. BELL, Altorney-at-Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Starkville, Miss. Practice in all the Courts. Prompt attention given to all business. Office over Merchants and Farmers Bank. Office Phone 157; residence 187. W. W. Magruder, Attorney and Councellor at Law, Practice in all Courts, Starkville, Mississippi. For * Good, Clean Sbfk Hair Cot, Shannon and Shine, call at • • • • Sanitary BarberSbep Up-to-date bath room ta connection. White bat ten in attendance, Cairo (!) P^COLUMBU* #V i di*Mussi u A“ aso -i * TIME O F TRAINS AT STARK VILLE, MISS. N". U, daily, leaves at 7:00 a. m. N'. 13, daily, leaves at. . ..10:05 a. ra N> 15, daily, leaves at 3:40 a. m No. 51, arrives at Artesia.... 7:40 a. m No. ‘i ■ arrives at Artesia ... .10:40 a. m No. 45.‘irrivos at Artesia.... 4:15 p. m Trait.s leave Artesia: NORTHBOUND. No. 2, leaves daily 4:19 a. m. No. 4, leaves daily.. 4:40 p m. No. 6, leaves daily 10:50 a. m. * SOUTHBOUND. No. 1, leaves daily 12:13 a. m. No. 3, leaves daily 11:33 a. m. No. 5, leaves daily 4:37 p. m. a, v. Taylor, jno. m. Beall, General Manager, General Passenger Agent, MOBILE. ADA. ST. LOUIS. MO- How to be Beautiful. No woman can be beautiful whose skin is sallow, her eyes listless and yel low and her whole system filled with bilious matter from a dormant liver. To be beautiful, you must be healthy. All of which can be accomplished by GRANGER’S LIVER REGULATOR. It removes all effete matter from the system, clears the complexion, bright ens the eyes and imparts womanly beau ty. Druggists sell it at 25 cents a box. If- your druggist can not supply you write for book of particulars, address Granger Medicine Cos,, Chattanooga, Term. Look for the Sanitary Barber Shop. White Barbers in atten dance. D. C. Morton, Prop.