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East Mississippi times. (Starkville, Miss.) 19??-1926, December 17, 1910, Supplement, Image 13

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East Mississippi Times.
S Honor Roll Bush Arbor School.
■ bcllie Mcßeynolds, Dewey Me.
Heynolds, Vada Henry, Leland
■(•Reynolds, Eunice Hendricks,
B. L. Harrell, Ina Hendricks. Nu-
Kn Dove, Verona Buckner, Cenv
■Viimlerford, Mary Vanderford.
I. LaCrippe played fearful havoc
■with onr honor roll this month,
bm we hope to greet you in full
force next time.
We have enrolled 47 pupils.
Our supper Nov. Nov. 19, netted
ns money enough to buy some new
desks, put in anew door and get a
a nice water tank. We use indi
vidual cups, so that we expect to
be both comfortable and sanitary
in future.
Art Exhibit.
There will he an art exhibit at
Hie art studio at the school house
ion Thursday afternoon Dec. 22nd,
2 RIO to 4:30 p. m. You are cor
dially invited to attend.
The Hindo Tobacco.
Belk has a fresh supply of the
Hindoo Smoking Tobac
co. Ask the fastidious smoker
about it—mellow and rich and
does not bite the ton cue.
Holliday shoppers are thronging,
Ihe city all anxious to get. their!
Christmas goods before the rush
is on.
Mrs. Ejugenia Jones visited
friends at Mayhew Tueedav and
Mr. Fincher James, of Self i
(’reek, was in town Wednesday.
Croup is nibst prevalent during
the dry cold weather of the early
winter months. Parents of young
children should be prepared for it.
All that is needed is a bottle of
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, i
Many mothers are never without
it in their homes and if has never I
dissappointed them. Sold by all!
STARKVILLE, MISS., DEC.. 16, 1910.
All Goods Sold at Greatly
Reduced Prices
For 30 Days
NO. 51

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