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0 as ena mmmm Mr -gr-w> smmmm • j JIUJ j 1 so are we I | Never before has our line of Ox- | I fords been so complete as | it is this Spring. | Call and see the Stilish Queen Qualify I I for Ladies and the Hanan and Walk=Over f \V I | f°r Hen, we have them in all * I A big selection of tan and I brown oxfords, the rage of \ the season for Men, Women |1 and Children. Call at our store and see them. 3 I DIXIE BARGAIN HOUSE, | j STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. I 8 j| PIANO RECITAL. The Piano Recital at the public school last Friday evening was well attended and thoroughly en jeyed. The evening's entertainment was opened with a few well chosen remarks by Prof. Lamb, the principal of tiie school, after wh ch, Miss Amile Walker, the popular young music teacher, played an instrumental selection in a manner which at once declar oJ her a musician of rare talent. Then came the regular pro gram of exerci-.es, at the close of which, Miss Walker delighted her audience with another scl.cl ion Without exception the pupils acquitted themselves with great credit, not only to themselves, but to their teacher as well. The selections were, in the main, sim ple; necessarily so, as nearly all °f the pupils are beginners, but served to show clearly that ti e pupils were advancing most sat islactorily and wore being care fully and thoroughly taught. 100 in c i cannot easily be said by way of pra se for Miss W alker, lor she is succeeding splendidly with this class, which, by the way, is more than twice as large as it was when she be gan teaching it, and our school is fortunate in haying secured such an excellent teacher and talented performer, and, too, one so dear ly beloved by her pupils. PROGRAM. Duet —Annie Doe Gladney and Ten me Hogan. “Jingle Bells'’—Annie Dee Glad ney. “In the Twilight" —Helen Wier. “Little Hungarian Melody.”— Lorie Wier. “Fair Wabz” —Tennie Hogan. “Valse Petit" —Salue M. Sud duth. “Spinning Song’’—H orte ns o . Gladney. “Cupid’s Message"— Hortense Gladney. “Boating Song”—Beatrice Cox. “In May” —Katie Prince Ward. “Happy Morn” —Katie Prince W a rd, “Sundiy Waltz"—Belle Lanier. “Bright Flowers Waltz” —Ahbie Siorment. “Melody of Love”—Louise Saun ders. Don’t fail 10 inspect the new I milinery iroods now in at Mis Porth'ck’s. STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, MARCH 20, 1908. Harry Orchard, Iho self-con fessed murderer of ex Governor Sternberg-, of Idaho, has been sentenced to hang. It will bo lemcmbered that he was the chief witness against Haywood and Pettiebone in the famous trial at Hoiso City. Orchard was the tcol of Haywood,and whilejhe richly deserves his fate, Hay wood's and Pettibone’s escape from the gallows was a travesty on Justice. They both should hang with Orchard. The Judge, in sentencing Orchard recom m< nded that the death sentence be commute"d to life imprison ment, because Orchard bad told the truth in the Hay wood-Petti bone trial. The New Bank. Anew bank for Starkville is now* a reality. The charter has been granted, the furniture and fixtures ordered and most of the stock subscribed. The incorpo rators are well known business men of Starkville, and we under s a id that the stock is distributed all over the county, and the hold ers represent all classes. With the organization of the Farmers and Merchants Hank, there will bo six banks doing business within the borders of Oktibbeha county; three in Stark ville, two in Maben and one in Sturges. It has not been so many years ago since one bank hand led the business for the entire county. Mrs. M. 1?. Portlock invites the ladies of Starkville and vicin ity to visit her millinery estab lishment and inspect the tjew spring stock of hats and all other goods in her line. Her stock i 'hts season is elaborate and com plete in every detail. The spring opening will occur at an early date, of which due notice will he given in the columns of this paper. Every woman in Starkville who- is interested in the new spring styles should visit Mrs M. R. Portlock’s Millinery estab lishment and see all the new and handsome goods she has just re ceived. Mrs. Alice Pope, after spend ing several months at Hollins, Va., has returned. PUBLIC SCHOOL HONOR ROLL. FIRST GRADR. Uos 801 l Hoyt Owen Melville ('fit/. Bob Hives .Tamos Davis (!<■ ruld(no Ronssiim Frank ilartnesH Mart I. riiotnlon Berman Kinsey Shearer Tyson Irene Johnson Kdwina Wallaec Marv Kmi mini Katherine Ware Grade Kilpatrick Robert Wier Nora Marlin SRCOND GRADR. Bertha Fiilgham John F Rule ford Arloon Gill Augustus Hogan Carrie Siorment Ike Limlernian Klhert Bell Kvorard l.ee Bert Carpenter Clark Maxwell John Davis Carlton Carpenter THIRD GRADR. Lillie May Clark Louis Goodman Annie L Goltseelig Marvin Herrick’ Lizzie Ames James Ben Jones Dollie Mullins S I) Maxwell Dorothy Maxwell Bessie May Miller Hedy Fuller Itenj in Magruder Walker Siorment Boy Martin Mildred Valentine Augustin Saunders Adelaide Valentine Louise Ward ( Milord Wallace Frank Friee Anita Crumpton FOUItTII GRADE, Hunter Arnold Uohert Magruder lOllz'h Cunningham Alice Fork ins Charles L< Chiles Warren Sudduth Fannie I) Reklord Walter M Seales Jessie May Gill Annie Thornton Rd Bale Lois Wallaec FIFTH GRADR. Felix Arnold Buth Hartneas Mildred Beil Louie Wier James Chiles Annie Wellborn William Carpenter Joseph Lee Annie Dee Gladney Beckett Gladney Fannie Hogan SIXTH GRADE. Bertha Gotlseelig Adde Critic Letha 801 l James William Fortlock t.nla Henry William Walker Meta Perkins Louie Lloyd Harris Wallace Miriam Carroll Llleyne Powers Annie Sudduth Katie Prince Ward Ossie Davis Claiborne Howell Lucie Stormont Vann Perkins SEVENTH GRADR. Mary Cooper .1 D Hale Lurline Puller Beattie Carothera RIGHT GRADR. Ploy Cunningham Alberta Wilkin Rives Stiles Wyatt Mims Fannie Fage (Vira Leo Alariaiu James Leila Henry Dollie Hives Clyde Gray Alllo Hives Horlcnse Gladney Llleen Ware NINTH GRADR. Mena Hlumenfeld Rllse Perkins Myrtis Crumpton Hidlen Wier Mabel Gunn Constance Gladney Lizette llutdiinson TENTH GRADR Willie M Watt Abide Stomeut Alene Montgomery 'l’lit; Mayor and entire Board of Aldermen of Biloxi were in dicted and arrested on March 16, charged with unlawful increase ol the tax levy. The indictment was brought under section 3JJI7 of the code of Mississippi, uj s said that if this law was enforc ed, not only Starkyillo’s mayor and board would fall under it, but also half of the municipal ities of the state. There will be preaching at the Lampkin Street Church, morn ing and evening, by the pastor, next Sunday. Dr. Henry Noel, brother of Governor Noel accidentally shot himself at his home near Grena da recently. Dr. Noel’s wife wi 9 aKo slightly wounded at the same time. Dr. Noel is well known in Starkville and Na graduate of tile A. & M College. Ills wound is n it serious. The now styles in spring and summer hats can be seen at Mrs. Portlocks. Hack Hats, Hats trimmed and unt 1 burned, Sailors, and everv other kind of hats can tie found at Mrs. Portlock’s For the latest novelties in spring and summer Dross Goods, M. KossolFs is the place to go. N.