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Another Burglary. '
For the second lime In two weeks the jewelry store of R. K &P. L. Wier was broken into Saturday night but fortunately nothing of any value was taken, the burglars probably beiuij frigbuned off. Cumberland Presbyterian. Preaching at Odd Pell >w> Hall, Sunday morning and eve ning, 5 the pastor, Rev. C. J Smith officiating. A cordial in vitation is extended to all to at tend. I iiiiiiwMmiiioniMMi STARKVILLE —NEWS THU do your Job Work at seasonable prices. Host | | ess yea oil lot I ; i | ; Letter Head?, Note Heads, | Envelopes, Bill Heads, Etc? V keep ooao but the best of stock oa hand* Satbl action guaranteed. I IlfM hare anything lo buy or sell, advertise Is THE i STARKVILLE NEWS ftvffl do the work | Nercr fsik. I I ■■■■ J •' SILAGE At a farmers* institute not long ago the question was asked: How many housewives have silos? You can very easily guess the nature of the replies to this question, for none of those present had much of an idea what a silo really is. After a short expiana Hon It was agreed that nearly every one present in reality had a silo o\ some kind. Some of these were used for saving fruits, corn, and others fo* preserving cabbage for future use. We don’t really speak of these silos, hut the effect on the saving of these beds when placed in Jars Is the same as it is with corn when stored in the silo; in other words, silage if green corn preserved by storing In an air-tight structure. There probably are very few farmei hoys that do not remember some rainy day or evening when all hands got busy preparing the cabbage to fill tb* . kraut Jar. Probably no thought wa? given the subject because It was s . yearly task, and no one realized the * in affect the saving of the cabbage by making It Into kraut is the same a? anaiHwg corn silage. It undoubtedly served a good purpose In keeping th< family in a healthy condition during the winter months when other green } (bed was not available. The same i* true of silage, which affords • succu .last and nourishing feed for the live stock There may be a question as u whether all stock will eat the sour con iflage, but give them a chance and thif will be quickly dispelled, fo" all stock eat silage very greedily, and returns in the form of milk and will amply pay for all the troublt t tad expense. Tours very truly, I H C SERVICE BUREAU [Constipation* l *For many years 1 was troubled, in I spite of all so-called remedies 1 used, iAt last I found quick relief and cure l|b those mild, yet thorough and I aeally wonderful I DR. KING’S Adolph Schlngock, Buffalo, N. 7. Supervisors Proceedings. Continuid from paie 1. of interest abd security as shall be approved by the board on Ist Monday in January. Ail bidders shall stale what amount of war rants will be carried as overdraft when necessary and what rate of interest to the county. Done in open court 9th December 1914 M alter of W T Ramsey petitioning board for public road near Park Daniel's old mill site was left to a committee compos ed of D. W. Outlaw Jr., and J C McCreight to inspect and re put t. Board adjourned till Ist Mon day in January. 1915. J. C. iVJcCreU hi, Presiden — see — CHARLES UL before having concrete work done. I have had seven years experience in the cement business. Let Me Figr ure on Your NEXT JOB. PHONE 164 One Long—Two Shorts. Rural Route No 1. Irl R. Hicks 1915 Almanac. . The Revr Irl U. Hicks Almanac, now ready, grows more popular and useful with each passing year, it is a fixed necessity in Pomes, shops and commer cial estaoiishments ail over this conti nent. This famous and valuable year book on astronomy, storms, weather and earthquake should be in every home and offce. Professor Hicks completes this best issue Of his great Almanac at the close of his seventieth year. The Almanac will be mailed for 35 cents. The Rev. Irl R. Hicks fine Magazine, Word and Works, is sent one year, with a copy of his Almanac, for only one dollar. Send for them to Word ana Works Publishing Company, 340 J Franklin Ave., St. Louis, Mo. You will never regret your Investment. Try it for lyio. RING UP 215 and let us do your Job Printing. We are prepared and will give you Satisfaction RHEUAZAVfC ~JTf£n£RS SHOULD USE > : V * Tiio Bes t Rom edy 1111 l For aU forms of ■ Rheumatism SmTICA L GQuf, NEIiRAIG AND KIDKEV^OUaitS. •AMFLC WJES ON MQUOT Swanson Rheumatic Cure Cos IM^IMW.UIitfUCHICAM Mesdames Bynum. Russell and Askew of Sessums shopped here Tuesday. SH SHRUL f m tfUftf A Twite-Told Tale Om of Interest to Our Readers. Good news boars relating, and wlinn ii is confirmed after a tong muse of lime, even if we hesitated to believe it at first hearing, we feel secure in ac cepting its truth now. The following * xperience of a StarU A r il e mans confirmed after s veral years. F. C. Gregg. 3 Harrison St., Stark ville, says: *‘l have just as much faith iu Doan’s Kidney Pills today as when 1 gave a public statement, recommend ing them nearly three years ago. In the summer of 1911 I said that Doan’s Kidney Pills had practically cured me Of a weak back and other kidney dis orders that had bothered me a great deal. I have hd no occasion to use ihi-ivnody r*c*.il\ and not once have I been as bad as 1 was before 1 took it L feel grateful. Indeed, for the lasting benefit I 'aii’ Kidney PUls bought m** Mr. Gregg is only one of many Stark viile people who have ratefully en dorsed Doan’s Kidney Pills. If vour back aches—lf your kidneys bother you don’t -imp y a>k f o; a kidney remedy — i-K distl ct \ for Doan’s Kidney Pills, the stme that Mr. Gaegg had--the remedy back and b\ home testimony. 50c a i st ores. Foster-M i I bur n Cos., Props., B.tffa'o, N Y “VVh n Your Hack is L ime— j.l member the Name.” Honor Roll of the Agricul tural High School. • Liiiitt" Lamb, D.e Berry, Robert Uiuvveli, Z b OsvVttli Wick Fon ireu a lorn Foster, Frank Brown, •vttlUr Asti lord, L iiu Brooks, Aubie Haim- s, iiallie Hairnes, liirne Kitiarcl, Sbumakt i Murray Brown, Charlie Wil ttauis, Puin Ne*ly, Gray Ben, Noble Batman. Valeria Woodson Verna Neely. John Seitz, doff man, C"> ; is McCreiglil. Change of Schedules Mobile & Ohio R. R. Effective November 22nd 1914 t ains will leave Siark vll le. Miss, as follows: , EA6TBOUND. No 41 Daily Lv. 6:30 A. M. No. 48 Daily Lv 10:35 A M No. 45 Daily Lv 4:00 P. M At rive Am sia. No. 41 Daily Ar. 7:05 A. M. No. 48 Daily Ar. 11:05 A. M No. 45 Daily Ar. 4:30 P. M. Time of Trains at Artesia, NORTH BOUND, No. 2 Express Daily Lv. 3:27 A. M No. 4 Express Daily Lv. 5:35 P. M No. 6 Express Daily Lv. 11:20 A. M SOUTH BOUND. No. 1 Express Daily Lv. 12:50 A. M. No. 3 Express Daily Lv 11:26 A. M. No. 5 Express Daily Lv. 4.50 P. M. For folders and other infor mation apply to your ticket Agent or write, G. E. ALLEN, District Passenger Agent. Jackson. Term u kjsk k* BSSL E R S 1 Arnica Salve IIHE WORLD-FAMOUS HEALER Burns* i Boils* Cuts, Piles* Eczema* Skin Eruptions* Ulcers* Fever-Sores, Pimples* Itch* felons. Wounds, Bruises* Chilblains* Ringworm* Sore Lips and Hands* Cold • Sores* Corns. ONLY GENUINE ARNICA SALVE. MONEY BACK IF IT FAILS. 36c AT ALL PRUCCiSTS. | Telephone Saved Child’s LifJ One of the children fell into a water tank on an Alabama farm and was rescued unconscious and apparently lifeless. The frantic mother rushed to the telephone and called the doctor six miles away. He told her what to do and started at once, but before he arrived the child was out of danger. The protection of women and children is only one oi the chief values of the telephone on the farm. You can have this service at small cost. 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