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city Wednesday. Mrs. C. A. Cobb, of the A. & M. College, was shopping in West Point yesterday.—Times Herald. Mr. George C. Gunn having declined the position of city col lector, the Mayor and Board of Aldermen met yesterday after noon and elected Mr. T. J. Gunn, a good selection and a good man Mr. A. W. Welch, returned from Memphis, Torm., Tuesdax eveding where he had been for the last week, visiting in the home of his kinsman, Dr. Jot Ware. The brick work was completed on the J. H Smith & Co’s build ing Wednesday in the forenoot and the masons began work yes terday upon the Union Depot. Drs. Pondren and Friday, ol Maben and Sturgis, respectively, passed through our city Wednes day morning in their car on then way to Columbus to attend the Medical Association there. Best and Cheapest. For onstipation, Billlousness, Head lache, Roy aline Liver Regulator Is best . and cheapest. 15 cents. Money bac. J plan, Mr. A. Z Sanders resigned as city clerk at a special meeting Tuesday evening and Mr. Georg* C. Gunn was elected by the Mav |>r and Board of Aldermen to iill the unexpired time. For Sale. My residence on Yeates St. Elmer McKell, 1 Ipring Laxative and Blood Cleanser. § Finish out the accumulated wash* and poisons of the winter months: Hleanse your stomach, liver and kidney.' f all impurities. Take Dr, King's New I dfe Pills; nothing better for purifying ■ he olood. Mild, non-griping laxative. |||ures constipation; makes you feel tine, ’ake no other, 25c at your Druggist. JBuckierrs Arnica Salve for all Hurts Now is the Time. For sale, White Spanish Pea juts, none belter. For prices pnd general information, writ* r apply to John Gladney. Mention this paper. (Public Hauling and Baggage ransfer. Our motto: Promp: jryice. Phone 283. N. F. DAILY. NOTICE. J There will be a mass meeting ||f the citizens of Starkville at S o’clock p. m. Friday, April 24th it the Mayor’s office, for the pur pose of electing the City Execu tive Committee. and such olhei gaatlers that may he proper. By iirder of the Mayor and Board ol miderman of the city of Stark ftille, Miss. gL Z. Sanders, P. G. Sudduth, Clerk. ' Mayor. Strengthens Weak and Tired Women. H “I was under a great strain nursing a relative through three months’ sick. Hess,” writes Mrs. J. C. Van De Sande, Bf Kirkland. 111., aud Electric Bitters piept me from breaking* down, I will Kevar be without it.” Do you feel tired BLud worn out? No appetite and food Spon’t digest? It isn’t the spring weath Hr. Yon need Electric Bitters. Start H month’s treatment today; nothing Hotter for stomach, iiver and kidneys. H'he great spring tonic. Reliefer mou- Ky back. 50c and SI.OO at your Drug- MisL WILL DISTRIBUTE EDUCATIONAL BOOKLETS Interesting Literature to Be dent Out By the I. H. C. Extension Depart ment —Books Dealing With Many Phases of Agriculture and Other Subjects. Agriculture means more to the peo ple at large than all other things. It Is the moat vital subject now holding the public mind. The work of agri cultural and Industrial education Is a very large and a very Important work. The Agricultural Extension De partment of the International Harvest er company of New Jersey was or ganized to develop the agricultural efficiency of the people, who are till ing the soil and producing the crops upon which we live. The work of the department Is car ried on In many ways. First, by go ing direct to the homes of the peo ple, and assisting them In their homes with their problems. Another method is the dissemina tion of educational literature. The department has at present for dis tribution a number of interesting booklets covering many phases of ag riculture and other subjects, all of which are of special Interest on ac count of their educational value. They are not for sale, but will be sent any where at the cost of postage or ex press and may be obtained by writing the Extension Department, Harvester building, Chicago. No. I—The Story of Bread —An In teresting story of the world-old strug gle for cheap bread. Single copy, 3 cents; in quantities, 2 cents per copy. No. 2 — Creeds of Great Business Men—A series of sketches of men who have helped to make business what it is today. Single copy,.s cents; In quantities, 3 cents. No. 3—The Golden Stream —A plain, everyday textbook on the many phases of dairying. Single copy, 5 cents; in quantities. 2 cents. No. 4 For Better Crops- -A collec tion of valuable articles on farm sub jects. Single copy, 6 cents; in quan- Utles, 3 cents. •No. s—The Story of Twine- —This traces briefly the manufacture of twine. Single copy, 3 cents; in quan tities, 2 cents. No. 6—Engine Operator’s Guido— Tells all about how to operate, re pair and keep in good condition a gasoline engine. Single copy, 3 cents; in quantities, 2 cents. No. 7—The Cattle Tick —The best way for getting rid of It Single copy, 2 cents; in quantities, 1 cent No. B—For Better Crops In tho South —Deals with crops and condi tions in the south. Single copy, 4 cents; in quantities, 3 cents. No. 9—Tho Disk Harrow —Shows the part disking plays in crop pro duction. Single copy, 4 cents; in quantities, 2 cents. No. 10—The Binder Twine Industry —A story of the process used in mak ing binder twine. Single copy, 20 cents; in quantities, 15 cents. No. 11—Harvest Scenes of the WoHd —A 150-page book, handsomely bound, and printed in two colors, showing harvesting In many countries. Single copy, 50 cents; In quantities, 35 cents. No. 12—Alfalfa In the Cotton Belt- How to get a stand of Alfalfa In the south. Single copy 2 cents; in quan tities 1 cent. No. 13—Diversified Farming in the Cotton Belt —A fifty page booklet. Single copy 4 cents; In quantities 2 cents. No. 14—Fop Better Cormin the Cot ton Belt—Single copy 2 cents; in quantities 1 cent. No. 15—The 801 l Weevil—A thirty six page booklet. Single copy 4 cents; in quantities 2 cents. No. 16— Sweet Clover —Its agricul tural value. Thirty-two page book. Single copy 4 cents; in quantities 2 cents. No. t? —The L H. C. Demonstration Farms —Giving the results of experi ments with farm crops in the south. Twenty pages. Single copy 2 cents; In quantities 1 cent. Besides the booklets mamed above, from time to time there will be issued other interesting agricultural booklets pertinent to crops in all parts of the United States. Future issues will treat such subjects as cowpeas, soy beans, peanuts, velvet beans, rice, sugar cane, silos, feeds and feeding, weeds and insects, eta, WANTED Coi respondent with persons who have the Chris tian Herald, Youth’s Companion, Union Signal and other good lit erature which they woud like to send to some mission field. Serd no literature, but write for full We want you to try a can of the new brand of coffee —the “Suteyn” brand. Money back if not satisfactory. J. F. DABBS, Shearers Old Stand, TBS BTARKVILLE NEWS, STARKVILLE, MISS. Hastings’ Prolific Corn Yielded 214 Bushels on I Acre If you are going to plant corn this spring, either to fill your own crib or to enter the com club contests, the com to plant, is Hastings’ Prolific. Official United States govern ment records show this com has yielded more per acre than any other corn planted in the South. Hastings’ Prolific won the Georgia record with 214 bushels to one acre; the Missis sippi record with 225 bushels; the Ar kansas record with 172 2-3; the Flor ida record, 129 1-4. Hastings’ Prolific has won five-sixths of the corn club prizes in Georgia. It has won high yield per acre records in every Southern state, three years out of four. This corn produces a grain and for age of the finest quality. It is th corn that it will pay you best to plant year in and year out. Prices: Packet, 10 cents; 1-2 pint, 20 cents; pint, 30 cents; quart, 50 cents, postpaid. Peck, not prepaid, $1; bushel, $3.50. Order today. Write at’ once for our big free catalogue. It is full of valuable agricultural in formation and is a good book to have on the farm. H. G. HASTINGS & CO., Atlanta, Ga. —Advt. . Miy—fi—W Mr, J. F. Dabbs returned home last Sundav from Monroe coun ty where he had been on a sad mission of the burial of his de voted mother. The News ex 'ends its sympathy to all the bereaved family. Dear Children don’t spoil a good record, don’t skate upon the side walks. You have been so good and nice for the last two months and the people have re marked about it and thank you •or doing the right and correct thing. 3 Equals 25 A startling statement but a true one in this case. 1 “ ' "" One teaspoonful of medicine and two pounds of Write for a trial package your own ground feed (cost about 3 cents equal, of Bee Dee STOCK & -in what they do for your animals and fowls,—two £° U 0 L ™ 3 X P e ilius pounds of any ready-made stock or poultry tonic ted book, fully explaining (price 25 cents). There you are ! If you don’t its uses. Address: believe it, try it outl Buy, today, a can of— Bee Dee Stock Medicine Company, Daa TVA STOCK & POULTRY Chattanooga. Tenn. | I OCC L ' CC MEDICINE L. soc anus,, per J Changes feed into tonic —Makes it result-producing. At your dealer’s. Rev. W. S, Harrison left Tues day for Sidon. where he will visit his son, Dr. Harrison, and from there will spend several days with his brother, at Coving ton. Tenn We bespeak for him i pleasant trip. Pleasure and Protection “One of the best reasons why I wodflL tte* be without telephone service,” writes a Georgia far mer, “is the pleasure it gives my wife and the knowledge that while I am away, she has the pro tection that the telephone gives.” # On the farm the telephone dispels loneliness and is the means of bringing help in any emer gency that may arise. If you haven’t a telephone on your farm see the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or write for our free booklet and learn how little this service costs. FARMERS’ LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company incorporated. 183 South Prior St Atlanta Ga. ISTARKVILLE NEWS I Wifi do your Job Work ftt reasonable prices. Haw are you off foe Letter Heads, Note Heads, | Envelopes, Bill Heads, Etc? W% keep none but the best of stock on handL \ Satisfaction guaranteed* | ii - / .1 II you bare anything te bay •ell, advertise ie I THE STARKVILLE i| ' NEWS h will do the work* Never fails. Mr. Dick Lewis was looking after business here Wednesday. Mrs. Jasper Cork and children, of Buena Vista is pleasantly vis king in the home of her lather, Mr. T. H. Cox, whose health is in a precarious condition. There are times that he is quite cheer ful and others not so much so. Mr, Cox is suffering from heart affection, but friends wish for the best for this excellent man and citizen. Rev. T. H. Lipscomb and fam ily are now occupying the new parsonage, having moved into it Tuesday. It is certainly a mag niticent edifice with all modern improvements. Plants for Sale. Those who want the very best tomato plants, and the greatest variety to select from, will do well to get them from T. Gilles pie. He cuts the price. Sprout ed in hot house and reset in the open ground. Mr. J. A. Peay, of Cedar Bluff, visited in the home ol his father in law, Hon. H H Sikes and de parted for home, Tuesday accom* panied by Mrs. George D. Hart ness who will be a cherished guest tor several days in the hos pitable home of her niece, Mrs. Peay. ■ >♦ ' - Check Your April Cough. Thawing frost and April rains chill you to the very marrow, you catch cold —Head and lungs stuffed —You are feverish —Cough continually and feel miserable —You need Dr. King’s New Discovery. It soothes inflamed and irritated throat and lungs, stops cough, your head clears up, fever leaves, and you feel line. Mr. J. T. Davis, of Stlckney Corney, Me., “Was cured of a dreadful cough after doctor’s treatment and all other remedies had failed. Re lief or money back. Pleasant —Chil- dren like it. Get a bottle today. 50c and SI.OO at your Druggist. Bucklen’s Arnica Salve for all Sores, Grain Privileges MONEY IN WHEAT Puts and calls are the safest and surest method of trading in wheat, corn or oats. Be cause your loss is absolutely limited to the amount bought. No farther risk. Positively the most profitable way of trading. Open an account. You buy 10 puts or 10 calls on 10,000 bushels grain for $lO, or you can buy both for S2O, or as many more as you wish. An advance or decline of 1 cent gives you the chance to take SIOO protit. A movement of 5 cents SSOO profit. Write for full particulars and Bank References, R. W. NEUMAN, New First National Bank Building COLUMBUS, OHIO. Address all mail to Lock Box 1420 Fair Exchange. A New Back for an Old One. How it Can be Done in Starkville. The back aches at times with a dull, indescribable leeling, making you weary and restless; piercing pains shoot across the region of the kidneys, and again the loins are so lame that to stoop is agony. No use to rub or apply a plaster to the back if tne kidneys are weak. You can not reach the cause. Stark ville residents would do wel to profit by the following exam ple: Riley Hill, Whitfield and S. Meridian Streets, Aberdeen, Miss., says: “Abont two years ago while living in Selma, Ala., I used Doan’s Kidney PiUs with good results. My work was very hard on my back and kidneys and caused my back to ache severely. There was sore ness across my kidneys and at night I was compelled to prop myself up with pillows and rest in a sitting position. The kidney secretions were too frequent in passage and caused me annoyance. Since I used Doan’s Kidney Pills, I have bad no more trouble, I gladly confirm the endorsement 1 have given them be fore.” For sal© by all dealers. Price 50 cents. oFoster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name —Doan’s —and take no other.