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Mrs. Gallic Owens of Ma. con, is visiting in the home of Dr and Mrs. J. W. Eckford. Mr. and Mrs J. T. Kirk, and little daughter, Mary Wallace, yisi ed Mr. Kirk’s parents, in Wesi Point Monday. Mr. Tom Taylor and wife of near Ada ton were the guests of Mr. J. J, # Ramsey and family Sunday. Mr. Gilderoy Woodward, who has been working in Akron. ' Hiio. is at home on n short vaca. non. Mr, Joe Garni), brother of Mr. L. B. Camp is here with his family visiting the latter. Mr. Gamp is one of the staunch citi zens of Amory. Messers James Preshour, • * Oscar Butler and ex-Judge Tom Harpole of Self Creek were busi ness visitors here Monday Dr. and 'Mrs. Joe Alston, of Tupelo, motored u> • Starkville Sunday, where they spent the day in the home of Mr. Alston’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sills Al ston. Miss Maud Woodson, of Stur gis. who has been visiting her sister Mrs. J. C. Wood in Mobile, Ala., returned to her home last Saturday after *a most enjoyable weeks’ vpcation Mrs. Bettie Lester Page and little daughter Emily, of Stark ville, airived Friday evening to visit her aunt, Mrs. Lee Bowman, and other relatives —Yazoc Sen tinel. Mr. Ed Williams, mother and children left Sunday foi Grenada whore they recreated tor sev * ra-' days. On the return Tims day be was accompanied by his wh • who had been visiting refa l (V‘-S. Mrs. Lillie * Scales Slaughter and daughter ?n ived home Wed nesday from an extender! trip to New York, Virginia and Tenn essee, going to those states after leaving Washington where they had been attending the Conteder ate reunion. lYour Telephone Operator ■ I The BELL Telephone operator has a mission in Ufc, and her mission is to serve you. Quickness, accuracy and courtesy are her essential qualifi cations. I Frequently, she is called upon to act quickly in emergencies when tour age and presence of mind are required. I .No more loyal and conscientious group of workers can be found than tiie young women at the switchboard. I Their service can be greatly extended by your eo-operation. Wbm you Telephone—Smile CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY ff 1J - L. B. CAMP, Local Manager. Case After Case. ! Plenty More Like This in Starkville. Scores of Starkville people can tell you about Doan's Kidney Pills. Many a happy citizen makes a public statement of his experience. Bern is a case of it. What better prnot of merit can be had than such endorse menl? Mrs. A. M. Page, 240 Yeates St. f Starkville, save*. “About two years ago, I was having trouble from weak kidneys. My irregular in action. Several boxes of Doan’s Kidney Pills strengthened rny kidneys and improved my condition in every way.’* Price 50c, ai all dealers. Don’t simply ask for a kidney remedy —get Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that Mrs* Page had. Fosier-M Alburn C> , Props., Buffalo, N. Y. “What is so rare as a hay m June?” she quoted. “Well, the twenty .ninth of February’s trot one bear, a i hous aud wavs,* 1 said the fellow who knows. We learn that. Mr. John. Per kins who has been at Fort Logan H Root in the training camp for several weeks, passed the examination for the coast artil lery service to Fortress Monroe, Va., where be will undergo fur ther training. Why Look So Thin? It is not becoming— nof safe for your health. Add fleeh to your bones and roses to your cl ceks by drinking a glass of this delicious digestant with each meal Shivar Ale PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH SHIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GIMGER *l*hone your grocer or druggist for a dozen bottles. Satisfaction guar* anteed or your money refunded on first dozen used. Bottled and guaranteed by the cele brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel ton, S. C. If your regular dealer cannot u] ply you telephone J. L. WALKER & CO. Wbulcaaic Dirtributori for StsrkvilU Manuel Mitchell Shows Patriotism. ✓ Mr. Manual Mitchell, who one day this week g*ve his cheek for $25.00 for a life membership in the Red Cross, lias set a good example for all citizens to follow, who love this country and realize how sweet freedom is. Mr. Mitchell has been a citizen of our city for the past ten years and has always conducted him self in such a manner as to be respected oy ail who know him. While not a wealthy man, he has always given liberally and cheer fully to all such worthy causes, and now bears -the distinction of being the only Cjife Member of the local Red Cross. This example of oatriotism is worthy of emulation and we hope that others will follow his lead and do ilieir bit in this great cause tor suffering humanity. Says Phosphates Make Beau tiful Women and Strong, Healthy, Vigorous, Ro bust Men. Physicians all over the world are prescribing phosphates to build up run down enemic conditions and those who have treated their patmnts with* Argo-Phos. pirate arc changing thin, enem ic women with lorndc-s UsMie>, flabby flesh, into the most beautiful rosy cheeked and plump round formed women imaginable. Atlanta, Ga. —Dr. Jacobson said in a recent interview that ,9o per ennr of enemla comes fix-m uerv.* *u oreakdown which can ;>d\ oe corrected by supply ing iuo necessary phosphates to the nervous system that is lack ing iu the food you eat, and this can be quickly supplied by tak in one or two or two 5-gram Argo-Phosphate tablets after I each rneai, and at bed time. I 1 will in many cases make a pale i , .>crawney face loe picture of health in a few days. 1 have i seen women that I expected would have to be kept under treatment for months restored to perfect heal Mi in one or two weeks lime. Special Notice: The Argo Phosphate recommended by Dr. P. H. Jacobson contains phos phates such as are prescribed by leading physicians throughout the world and’it will be found the most effective form for treating patients with Nervous Dyspep sia, Stomach # troubles, Brain Fag, Nervous Prostration. It will renew youthful vim and I vigor, and build up ihe whole body. If your druggist will not supply you with Argo Phosphate send $1 00 for two weeks treat ment, to * Argo Laboratories, 10 Forsyth Si... Atlanta, Ga. Bell-McCreight. A pretty marriage took place Saturday morning at 9a. in. at the residence of Mr, ami Mrs. Jodie Beverly, the contracting parties bemg Miss KJoise Mc (Veight and Mr. Gray Bell, ti'iv. Mr. Carlisle )f the Stark ville M. K. Circuit performed the marital rites. The bride is the daughter of Supervisor and Mrs. Calvin McCre 7 ght of beat 1. and is a young lady whose popu larity and sweet disposition has won for her a wide acquaintance. The groom is the present county lax assessor and is and exem plary young man who is doing well in his new position. The News extends to the couple sue. cess and prosperity as they era bark on the matrimonial sea of life. PROFESSIONAL. M. A. SAUNDERS Attorney at Law Oflßco In Nash Building. Starkvillfl, : : Mississippi. W. W. Magruder, B. M. Walker, dr., L. L. Martin. MA6RUDER. WALKER & MARTIN, Attorneys At Law Starkville, Mississippi. JOHN D. GREEN, JR. Attorney at Law STURGIS, MISSISSIPPI. 1 Practices in all courts of Oktibbeha and adjoining counties. MONEY TO LOAN ON FIVE AND TEN YEAH TERMS. ! Fred L. RICKS Physician and Surgeon Office op Main Street next tu Carpenter fe Reed ’Phone: Office dA Residence 6-B Starkville, • Mississippi!^ G. ODIE DANIEL,*; ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW v Same Old Stand Starkville, : Mississippi' JOHN PERKINS, Attorney at Law STARKVILLE. - MISS., B. F: KELL WILL E. AVAHI BELL & WARD ATTORNEYS tAT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY. Starkville, • Mississippi' Practices in all the Courts, Prompt tention given to ail business. Office over Stillman s Furniture Store, Office Phone 107. Residence 187| JOE S. RICE Attorney At Law Starkville : ; ; Miss' FARM LOANS %NEGOTI ATRIL. .ON EASY TERMS. Patents Procured. D. E. RAINEY V etinery Surgeon STARKVILLE, MISS. Offer* his professional services to *ihe public. ’PHONE 202 ADVERTISING ‘STATE WARES' / _ • Thaw Are Principal Purpose* of Big Event In and Hearty Co-operation to Carry Dot Plans Being Manifested. Xa considering the proper location for the Exposition, the people of Mis sissippi should take into considera tion the purposes for which It la to Jm held. Aside from the fact that we ore celebrating the completion of sn hundred years of statehood and that loyal citizens are proud of the record made, (here axe two Important- pur poses of the Exposition. One is to educate our home people hy giving to them an example that will stimulate them to as effort to de as well or better than the object that la before them. There is a remarkable opportunity for effective work aonj this line that Is being kept strictly in Blind by the management. The loca tion on the Gulf Coast is especially at tractive Cos the people of the state and wfll draw as many or more than any other point. Next la the wonderful possibility of showing to the outside world Just what we can offer the man who I* willing to invest his money to aid In developing our resources or ts seek ing n home lor himself and family. The county and state fairs to s cer tain extant take eare af the first rea sonable advance, but the latter wflf necessarily fall upon the Exposition and *he communities that co-operate hi making it There is a great need for more good whits people to glvo help In making oar millions of acres of waste lands produce something that the world needs end increase revenues Cor the pirpou of building and maintaining roads, churches, schoofs and other modern necessities. The convenience* cannot be maintained without a dti ssnshlp to support them. There Is even a greater demand for a market for our products that ars as good as can be found anywhere and would be profitable if a fair price couldbe realised by the farm ers. This market must be created largely without the state and If Tie* Store from other sections can be brought hare by the thousands and hundreds of thousands, why should net they be made to know bow good our stuff % and thus srimalsto a da- Cox-Tidmore. A marriage which was a com plete surprise to their many friends occurred Monday night when Mr. H. A. (Jox of this city, and Miss Kathleen Tidmore, of iMoundsville, Ala., were pro nounced man and wife. The marriage occurred on last Mon day evening at the Methodist parsonage where A. Parks performed 'the ceremony, X'he bride is a beautiful and highly accomplished'youog lady with a sweet disposition which endears her to all who know tier. Mr. (-ox is a young man of ex emplary habits, possessing busi ness propensities, and whose | circle of friends is limited only by his acquaintances. The News, together with a | large circle ot friends, extend to i this young couple best wishes ; for a long life of health, hap piness and prosperity. _ • Mother of 11 Says Lite Was a Burden 9 I j Mrs. Dora Upchurch Says She Suffered From One Day’s End to Another. “I believe this medicine has kept me out of the grave, for to tell you the plain truth 1 don't see how L could have lived much ( * I longer,” said Mrs. DoraUpchrch j 845 Wylie Street, Atlanta. Mrs. 1 Upchurch is the mother of elev en children, and is one of the j best known and most highly ies : peeled women of Atlanta. “I had indigestion of the worst jkiud,” she continued, 4 ‘but for nearly a year I suffered more from rheumatism than anything else 1 also suffered from fe. male troubles, and all these troubles together just pulled me down until J was getting so'l I could hardly go at all. To tell you the truth, my life wasjal fnosi a burden. “1 couldn’t eat anything bard, ly without suffering afterwafds. and alwas after eating 1 would have a full, uncomfortable leei ing. At times 1 would haye diz zy spells and would gel so blind I coutd hardly stand on my feel without danger of falling. The rheumatism would hurt me so bad I couldn’t sleep at night, and it just seemed like 1 was in some kind of pain from one day’s end to another. I felt tired and worn our. and unfit for work, and couldn’t take interest in _ any thing on account of my condition. No kind of medicine seemed to do me.any good and I lost weight and strength continually. * This is just the condition I was in when my husband got me to iy Tanlac. He said he waa sure it would help me. because it had done so much good for him. l hadn’t been taking it any time hardly until I could see all the difference in the world in my feelings. 1 actually gained ten pounds on the first three bottles and uad to have my clothes let out because they were getting too tight for me. •The rheumatic pains have left me almost entirely and 1 sleep tine at night. My appetite is good, too, and I can eat any thing I want and as much as I want and have no more trouble with indigestion. It’s simply wonderful what this medicine has done for me, and I just don't know what I would have done without it. I wish 1 could tell everybody in town about it.” Tanlac is sold in Starkville ex clusively by R. K. & FI. L. Wier, in Sturgis by I. Shropshire, iu Maben by Thomas & Wiggins, and in Bradley by J, B. Brown.