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aids to good looks, sound teeth, eager appetite and digestion are only 5 C a package sealed kept | r After every meal A . 152 PANCAKISI Crisp, tasty pancakes—sizz- TO dealers j H': ling hot and right off the Lou.ieiiyou.boutoar U | • i i• r-p, . .. unusual merchandising I ?' I griddle. 1 reat your family to proportion on oil- /] pancakes tomorrow morning. S7ER ' S best d0.,. // ■ It’i easy to make good pancakes VL\*. // with Gilster’s Best flour. Milled A * 7 a ■ji/XB from selected soft red winter ! wheat, Gilster’sßest is a biscuit tjUS' ’ ' and pastry flour of surpassing fine o* nPlSutll S®* ||GHSTE]nIESTJU Rather Mixed. The Trouble. “What is his walk in life?" “Is your husband strong in his con “He is demonstrator for anew auto- vlotions?” (While." “Oh, yes, but he’s weak in bis Kill That Cold With CASCARA t) QUININE ro * AND Colda, Cough* L* Grippe Neglected Colds are Dangerous Take no chance*. Keep this standard remedy handy for the first sneer*. Break* op a cold in 24 hour*—Relieve* Otippa in 3 days-*-Excellent for Headache Qolnlna in this form doe* not affect the bead—Caecarm is best Tonic Laxative—No Opiate In Hill'*. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT - 1 —— — I mi THE STARKVILLE NEWS. STARKVILLE. MISSISSIPPI moot EVENING pll SOFT-SHELLED TURTLES. “I haven’t told you a story about the soft-shelled turtles in ever and ever so long,” said Daddy. “Are you going to tell us one this evening?" asked Nick. “Maybe?” asked Nancy. “Well. I thought about them this evening and It reminded me of a silly talk they had at the zoo not long ago which I had meant to tell you about and if you should want to hear it ” Daddy paused and looked at Nick and Nancy. “Of course we want to hear It," said Nick. “Of course we do,” said Nancy. "I’ve almost forgotten about my friends or my acquaintances the Soft- Shelled Turtles ns it Is simply ages and ages since I heard about them.” "This was the talk I've been mean ing to tell you,” commenced Daddy. " ‘Well,’ said Susy Soft-Shelled Tur tle to Lulu Soft-Shelled Turtle, ’what Is the news?’ “ T haven’t heard any lately,’ said Lulu. ‘Have you?’ “‘lf 1 had I should have told It .it once and not waited for you to speak. You might have known,’ Susy snapped, quite as snappily as a snap ping turtle might snap, ‘that I wouldn’t have given you the chance to speak first had it not been that I had noth ing to say myself.’ , “ ‘Well,’ said Lulu, ‘you flatter me.' “ T don’t see how you make that out.’ “'Why not?’ asked Lulu. I don’t see that I am flattering yon when I am quite frank to say that I wouldn’t have asked you what the news was nor have given you the chance to speak first had it not been that I had nothing to say for myself. How can that flatter you?' “ ‘lt doesn't, really,’ said Lulu. “Then why did you say it did?' asked Susy. “ T was speaking In fun. I was mst certainly joking when I said that you flattered me.’ “ ‘Oh, well then, that Is different,’ said Susy. ‘As long as I know you “What Is the News?" are not mistaken and that you don’t really think I am flattering you it is quite all right.’ "So you don’t want to flatter me, eh?’ asked Lulu. “ ‘1 don’t want you to become con ceited,’ said Susy. “ ‘I see that you don’t,’ said Lulu. “‘Well, we’re not. getting any further along in our talk, are we?’ said Susy. “ ‘How far do you want to get along with it?’ asked Lulu. “ ‘Oh, I’d like to hear the news and If you haven’t any I suppose we won’t get very far. Have you nothing to tefl me?’ “ ‘Well,’ said Lulu, ‘they say that we have many fine cousins who are in the aquarium. Among them are the Loggerheads, the Green Turtles and the Uawksbill Turtles and several other marine turtles, too. “ ‘Well,’ said Susy, T consider It very interesting to know that there are representatives of the family both here and in the aquarium. It’s a pity you couldn’t have told me that at first.’ “ ‘Ah,’ said Lulu, ‘all good things don’t always come at once,’ “ ‘That speech could have If you had wanted It to,’ said Susy. “T believe In keeping pleasant news for a while for then It Is all the pleasanter when it Is heard —waiting makes it so welcome.’ “‘Very strange Ideas you have, Lulu,’ said Susy, ‘but I am glad that at Inst you did have some news to tell me.’ “‘I know that we have light shells and that we can float easily and I’ve heard that even our shells can be eaten,’ Lulu said. “‘I know all that,’ snapped Susy, ‘and besides 1 do not care to talk about that. It’a not pleasant like bearing about our fine cousins la pleasant. We will talk about them and not about whether we make good food or not, thank you 1’ ” I After Thorough Trial a Detroit, I I Mich., Man Endorses Pe-ru-na I I The following letter written “PE-RU-NA has done wonders I ■ from Detroit, Michigan is no snap and to me is worth its weight in g ■ judgment expressed on the merits gold. 1 shall continue to use ■ 80l Pe-ru-na, the well- , PE-RU-NA as long as fl H knowncatarrhremedy, I U ve & n d recommend ■ but rather a mature. \\ to my fsiends who are ■ sober opinion formed troubledwithcatarrh. B after a full year’s trial. Nothing can be more ■ This is the way Mr. : convincing than an en- fl Michael Fako of 600 ’’iMiiUlfnlii dorsement of this na- H East Palmer Avenue, ture from an actual | in the Michigan Metro- i%. m*\ user. There are many polis, writest “After people in every com using PE-RU-NA for munit y whoso expen about one year will say , \ ence,inusingPe-ru-na, I have found it a vegy btnjjlnw Mj, has been identical with good medicine for ca- Mr. Fako’s. It is the Itarrh. It has helped standby for coughs, me a great deal and I colds,catarrh, stomach am very well satisfied. I have and bowel disorders and all ca gained in weight, eat and sleep tarrhal conditions, s well, my bowels are regular and Put up in both tablet and liquid better color in my face. form. Sold everywhere. I VPi And women NEED not suffer I I from the ills peculiar to the | | 4# sex. STELLA VITAE is an _ eminent doctor’s prescription M ffLm that for three generations has been RELIEVING* suffering women and keeping young girls from BECOMING suf- E| O EyS fering women. ? lm Sold by your druggist; upon __ _ the distinct agreement that Ef Hi if the FIRST BOTTLE gives fffnl ip’ wIS no benefit, he will refund the ■ 1 'W ITlPfclßMa money. STELLA VITAE Wean do no HARM, even if it does no good. Why not TRY it—instead of suffering? Mr*. Susie Sullon, of Dunmore, Ky. says; “1 couldn’t stand on my H H BbT Eh fibl E 9 feet an hour wilhont lying down, I ELK used one bottle of STELLA VITAE Bl ■ Bilß and now I can be on my feet all day.” THACHER MEDICINE CO. The empire of Morocco is the most Important country that is absolutely without a newspaper, "CORNS'’ Lift Right ©ff Without Pain ? A pni I / mjj Doesn’t hurt a bit! Drop a little “Freezone" on on aching corn, Instantly that corn stops hurting, then shortly you lift It right off with fingers. Truly! Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of “Freezone" for a few cents, sufficient to remove every hard com, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or Irritation. Necessity is not only the mother of Invention but the divorced wife of plenty. f Mother! 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For sale by all druggists and dealers In medicine everywhere.—A Iv. Virtue and riches seldom settle on ; one man.—Machiavelli. "Pape's Diapepsin" Corrects Stomach **P a Pfc’B Diapepsin” is the quickest, sur est relief for Indigestion, Gases, Flatu* lence, Heartburn, Sourness, Fermentation or Stomach Distress caused by acidity. A few tablets give almost immediate stomach relief and shortly the stomach is corrected so you can eat favorite foods without fear. Large case costs only 6C cents at drug store. Absolutely harmless and pleasant. Millions helped annually. Best stomach corrective known—Adv. Successful theatrical managers should thank their stars. u often all that ia necessary. Children lore the “fruity” taste of genuine "California” Byrup of Flga which has directions for babies and children printed on the bottle. Say “California” or you may get an imi tation fig syrup. Beware!