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THE STARKVILLE NEWS.
m>L. xvi ffo the People of Starkville. r~ ?On August z3rd, a special .nun will be run from Carrollton, |fiss. 1o the A. & M. College, i'his train will bring a very large kinmbi r of farmers to this insh lutioD, and they would, of course, ke delighted to sue the barns and bods. President Smith has Kndly consented to furnish his ISgons, and says the instructors In the campus would be got and phough lo volunteer the use of Iheir ears, all ot which will he jppreciaied to the fullest degree. BRwevei, we are expecting an piormous crowd, perhaps a fiousaiid and am going lo ask fee good people of Starkville for | eir kindly assistance. If those no own cars will come out on ,e afternoon of trie 23rd, and & pisist. us over the farms, the . ad will tie cherished in mem •y of Carroll's yeomanry, and I ill consider it a special favor, would not venture such a re. est did ) not know lull well ■ depth of your hospitality. " Respectfully submitted, O. F. Turner. I A Long War. fThose who imagine the war fill end soon by reason of Ger ganys’s shortage of men are due | receive a jolt In an estimate of Kerman casualties recently p ade public in London. Accord |.g lo ibis report Germany has feut m killed since the beginning H the war, in round numbers, men. Add to these iILoOO laken prisoners and an lliiai number disabled by wounds Kd we have a total German casu- K.y list of 2.000,000. pAccoitling lo the most reliable litimates obtainable, Germany fes on the various* fronts a total | from 10,000.000 Mi 12.000,000 j3Ln. To these may tie added ||rough the national growth of Wki population at least 750.000 I ’ die is yearly. By which it SjLy be seen that at no time since %e beginning of hostilities has l*rmany been stonger in man iKwer Mian at present. P One of the most fatal errors t it one can make is to under feimate the strength of a toe. I at is one error this govern. %. tis not making, and it ex pins the deep and thorough Bbparaiion that is being made Bllhe conflict before us.—Green. Commonwealth. Bpubscribe for the News. Pale ■Children IjMade over to your liking* jlvith rosy cheeks, hearty ap- vigorous digestion and Po- E^ U st health. Give them a glass of Kbit delicious digestant with meals 1 Shivar Ale V nil DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH t SHIVAR MIMCRAL WATER AMO OIROEI _ Nothing like it far building rich Jptaod and solid flesh. At all gro f>nd druggists —satisfaction dr 'Sour money back on first dozen. laßottled ahd guaranteed by the cde- Shivar Mineral Spring, Shcl- S. C. If your regular dealer Kinoot supply you telephone WSJ. L. WALKER & CO. # , | VWssale DutrihaUrs Ist SlarkriUcb^ Car Foreman Has Gained 20 Pounds Had Pains Around Heart That Caused Him to Lay Awake at Night and Would Be Afraid to Go to Sleep. When J. A, Golliher, general car foreman of the Illinois Cen tral railroad, who lives at 808 North 18Ji street, Birmingham, came into Jacobs' Drug Store ami told about his remarkable recovery, through the use of Tan lac, he added his name to a long list of railroad men v. ho have come out and endor> and this great medicine. “I’ve been a sufferer from in digestion and gastritis, *' said Vlr. Golliher, “for a good many years. My stomach was as sour as vinegar nearly all the time and rny foot! would hardly digest at all. Whenever i would eat any supper I would nearly nl ways have to vomit it up aim it would be so sour that it wouiJ actually burn ray throat. I had to be mighty careful what I did eat and , this kept me bothered all the time, for I knew that 1 would have to eat to keep my •strength and gut aiong. “Gas would form and my stomach would up and give me the worst kind of feelings. I had a pam around my heart that caused me to lay awake at night. To tell you the truth L was afraid to go to sleep because I did not know what that pain was caused from and I was afraid that it might get serious while I was sleeping. “1 began to Jose, in weight un tii 1 fell off about twenty.two pounds and I simply tell bad all the time, J kept right on work mg. but I don’t believe I could have stood any hard work. 1 had several doctors to see me but nothing did me any good. Mv condition kept me worried all the time and especially the pam around my heart. “I saw in the paper one day about a fellow who seemed to have the same trouble that I had and he said that Taniac had made anew man of him, so I bought a bottle and began on it. Right from the first I felt a change for the good, because 1 could eat and it would not sour on my stomach and I knew that I had ihe right medicine. “I kept on taking this Taniac just as the directions said and now I have finished my seventh bottle and am nearly hack to my norma) weight. In tact I have gained twenty pounds, which is only about two pounds below what I weighed before f had this j trouble, and I believe I will getj those two before I get through, j “The pain around my heart! has disappeared altogether and I feel belter than I have in "a good* many years. I certainly do eat) a plenty now and don’t have a| bit ot trouble digesting it. I sleep just as sound as a baby at night and get uu in the mornings fueling strong and ready for a good days work. “I am glad to recommend Tan iac to anybody with the troubles I had, lor 1 believe it will cure them if they will take it. lam mighty glad 1 rook it and lam glad to have this opportunity to ell others of the * benefit i got ST ARK VILLE. MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1917. Excessive Tax Valuation. v -. - £ The board of supervisors are in quandary regarding the valua tion placed on the lands of the county as assessed by the state tax commission. It seems that this commission ordered that the assessments be increased to an average ot sl6 per acre from the present valve of $14.65. The board believes that the suggested valuation by the com mission is rattier excessive and this seems to be the general opin ion of the tax payers of the county. React the News. f rom it. I honestly believe that | Tan lac is the greatest medicine that was ever brought to this country,” Tan lac is sold in Starkv ilie ex clusively by K. K, & F. L. Wier, in Sturgis by I. Shropshire, in Vfahen by Thomas & Wiggins, and m Bradley by J. E. Brown. I -—THE-— Sanitary Barber Shop announces the following changes in price list to take effect August 1, 1917: SHAVE 15c TONIC 15c MASSAGE 35c SHAMPOO 35c HAIR CUT 35c SINGE 35c BATH 25c or 5 for sl. Jesse Bell, Proprietor. HANDS, ARMS, ASLEEP And Wat Run-Down, Weak and Nervous, Says Honda Lady. Five Bottles of Cardin Made Her Well Kathleen, Fla.—Mrs. Dallas Prlne, of this place. Bays: “After the birth of my last child...l got very much run-down and weakened, so much that I could hardly do anything at all. I was so awfully nervous that I could scarcely endure the least noise. My condition was getting worse all the time... I knew I must have some relief or I would soon be in the bed and in a serious condition for I felt so badly and was so nervous and weak I could hardly live. My husband asked Dr. about my taking Cardui. He said, 4 lt's a good medicine, and good for that trouble', so he got me 5 bot tles... After about the second bottle I felt greatly improved...before taking it my limbs and hands and arms would go to aleep. After taking it, however, this poor circulation disap peared. My strength came hack to me and I was soon on the road to health. After the use of about 5 bot tles, I could do all my house-work and attend to my six children be* sides." You can feel safe In giving Cardui a thorough trial for your troubles. It contains no harmful or habit-forming drugs, but is composed of mild, vege table, medicinal ingredients with no bad after-effects. Thousands of women have voluntarily written, telling of the good Cardui has done them. It Should help 700, 100. Try ft M 24 An Appeal To Shippers. At this critical period in the history of our country the matter of adequate transportation is of vital importance. It effects all of our people and plays a very important part in the defense of our coun try. In this crisis the responsibili ty of every individual citizen is enlarged and each should do his part as a patriotic duty. The movement of soldiers and supplies tor the Government is already overtaxing the railroad facilities. The railroads are showing a commendable spirit by co-ordinating all lines into one system to give co-operative and unified service under the general direction of the Executive Com mittee of the Special Committee on National Defense m order to meet as far as possible the re quirements of the Government and the shipping public. The shipping public can ren. der valuable assistance by co operating with the railroads in their'efforts to meet the condi tions growing out of the car shortage that has existed throughout the country during the past eighteen months and which has generally affected general business conditions. Buyers and consignees are urged to order in maximum car quantities when practicable and to remove freight and release cars on day of arrival, even at in convenience or personal sacra flce. instead of taking advantage of the full free time allowed by the published rules. Shippers and others in charge of loading cars are urged to load them to full spaXje of carrying capacity and order them forward without delay. Two half loaded cars from Starkville would mean the loss of one whole car some where else. When cars loaded or empty are released the railroads should be promptly notified and any lack of prompt service should be brought to the attention of the attention of the railroad officials. This appeal is made to the shippers of Starkville and Oktib beha county to do their part in a spirit of helpful co operation. * H. Cunningham, Secretary Oktibbeha County Cos operative Business Leage. ~Tw silt One big bull tractor, 1 Case power baler, 1 Sanders double disc tractor plow ROY JOHNSON, Cafe Clay County Hardware Cos., West Point, Miss: “Who Dat Lettin’ De Cold Air In?” Apropos of migration of south, ern negroes to northern cities this story is going the rounds, in Chicago the mortality among the negroes transported sudden ly from a mild to a very severe climate was heavy and since none owned sufficient funds to buy a coffin for ins corpse those depart ing from life were deposited in the city crematory. One big buck negro from Vicksburg es. sayed to passthe night in a park. Next morning he was found cold and stiff and apparently dead. City employes, whose duty it is to collect all dead animals and take them to the crematory, load ed the frozen negro on their wagon and thence dumped him in the incinerator. Late in the evening they came load of In thawd out. —TSx.\ T Pay your subscription. The Sons of Rest are spending this week on Harmon Lake, They have as their guests Misses Elsie and Prances • Cottrell and Wilda Heard, of West Point; Hortense Smith, of Greenwood; Evelyn Perkins, of New Orleans; Adelaide Valentine. Julia Athene Sudduth, Mildred EUett. Mary 01 ive Jennings, ot Starkville; Hurtfer Scales, Jr., mascot; Mrs. John Saunders and Mrs, Louise Hayes chaperones. Music is furnished by the string band and victrola. For other amusements than dancing there is boating, swimming, hshing (on land), and hooting practice. The “Sons” are, Messrs Rufus Jackson. Eddie Hale, Saunders Lewis, Benjamin Magruder, Aven Miller, Dero Saunders, Buz Walker, Jr., William White Walker, Leonard Martny, Robert Magruder, Augustus Hogan. John Pope, Bert Carpenter, Win. Portlock, Warren Sudduth and Harris Wallace, NO. 16