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VOLXLIX jk'frrrr: -j - :.„ .;?*■••• :: r-'u- THE STARKVIIXe ~ < - company ■ ■ be- | # f ' ’ V Cordially Jb®#. Invite Yl: ‘ 0 $ Atten<j ,; ‘ e " OPENING hat i. :; SPRING Pattern Hats ana? NOVELTIES FRIDAY m/ jf 1 SATURDAY March 17 and 18 Mr. Edward Chapman, of May hew, spent Sunday in Starkville. • • • Miss Fannie Dell Eckford, of I. I, & C., spent part of the week at home. , • ft * Mr. M. Mat*, of Houston was looking; after business in Starkville Monday. • • • The U.-D. C. held its meeting Saturday afternoon with Miss Kadie Smith. • • • Mrs; 8. W. Scales and three little boys are visiting their aunt) Mrs. R. C. King at Greenwood. • • • The Young Women’s Mission ary society, of the Methodist church, met Monday afternoon with Miss Emily Gay. • * • Mrs, 8. W. Pankey entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club this week and all bad a delighful time • • • Ladies’ Bazaar is showing the new chin chin hat) be sure to call for it* the newest thing in the market. • • • Judge and Mrs. Thomas Battle Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miriam, to George Bar clay Cole of Dallas, Texas, former* ly of McComb City, Miss. The marriage will lake place April 3 at home. No cards • • • Mrs, Howard Scales and her brother, Mr. Oliver, of Macon, were visitors here last week and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs R. H. Chiles. Both Mrs. Scales and Mr. Oliver are well known and popular in social circles here, and were the recipients of manv courtesies during their breif stay in our city. Prof, and Mrs. Brooks spent Mo iday in West Point. tat Ladies’ Bazaar is receiving new goods every day, alt the newest styles and colors. • • • Miss Mary Linderman is assist, ing Miss Marable at the Indies’ Bazaar during the millinery sea son. * ♦ * Mr. J. W. Jones, formerly of this city, hut now of West Point, was circulating among his friends ■here Friday. • * • Miss Cntherin(|Jeunings and her guest, Miss Louise Horton, of Grenada, shopped in West Point a day or so ago. • • • Ladies's Bazaar will have its Millinery Spring Opening on Saturday, March 18th. Don’t forget the date—all the newest and latest things in the Marsels Will be shown. • • • Mrs. D A. Saunders left, Sun day for Kilinieheal, where she will visit relatives) after which she goes to Memphis and Nash ville and will be absent from home for several weeks, • • • Hodi Thomas L. Lamb, of Eu pora, spent last Friday in Stark ville. We understand that Judge Lamb is a candidate for Congress from his district. He has many friends here who wish him every success. • • • Rev- Mr. Rose and his excel lent family have arrived in Stark ville and are living out on College street. Mr. Rose comes highly recommended from Laurel, where he has been rector of Grace Bpls copal church for the past fen year-, and has come to Starkville to take charge of the Episcopal church.. STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI MARCH 10, j 9 u. Call and see the Uiiufs green ami 1 poppy red bats and trimmings ‘'At the Ladies’ Bazaar. ’ V . i Don’t forget to attend It be* MtM s " iaery Opening at Ladibs' Bazaar .Saturday, March 18th. ! I '' • 9 • Mrs. Fred Clardy is visiting heV l parents, Mr. amt Mrs, Ben iS'an ders iu Mabeu‘tins'wkek. ' *,( j ■ * * ' if.-H.-J The Ladies’ Bazaar will baize a Millinery Opeuiug Saturday j the 18th, don’t forget the date. m • m J. W. Carpenter, of A. (!$ M. was attenniug to business in* the city yesterday.—West Point Times Herald. "' !i • • • Mrs. Barr, of Columbus, Miss-, is the guest of her brother, Dr- M. C. Ellis. —Seuatobis Deu., il ** * f The Communion of the Lord’s Supper will be celebrated at the- Presbyterian church uext Liord’s day, March 12th. F. Z. Brmvne, 1 • mm The Mississippi Normal College at Hattiesburg, sent a delegiiitiyyq ( consisting of Miss Jones, ateheher and several students, to the Y.i-W, C. A. Conference at the I. I. 1& C. at Columbus last week. Ajuoug the uumber, was Miss Katie Priifhp Ward, who came over and speufc Sunday night with home folk, this was her first visit home since go ing to Hattiesburg iu Sepleliißei I .’ ♦ ♦ # : !WVV -j Among the many interesting discussions and demonstrations that are of the of instruction for Mississippiijhome economies extension work which is being held at the Mississippi ’A’,' and M. College from G to ltf'"'i*' a bread making demonstration by Dr. Anna Burrows from; New York, a demonstration iu ranking farm butter by L. A. Higgins .-ami- Miss Lula Tuusiou, and a discus*: sion ou the efficient kilcheir"H‘y Miss Susie V. Powell of the Col lege. - * ” YOUTHE & ilfiU iWM>tHI l O '■’■ ">1 Of tke New Spring Faskionsof tke varied Assortment of tke Autkentic Stvles of of Trimmed and untriii>med Hats, wkick will talce place on Saturday, March 18th. \* y ■■ •• •*-•) •; i ...i, T ;■ *lhe popular: :, G old Medal and EU ee Hats will be shown at this Display the ladies* bazaar vnitw r*v* -I ."it s,iv • ST4RKVILLE, MISS. . . - >s‘ .,'ry. rs tj. • * nu.w ill! naiiii t <■ rtf. ' Me. Irionest Guinn', of lVat< ■}! VfWD tfhiWHbling business in town, Wednesday. | ,j * * w "a dMiasu-Louie Wier came over f*WW.lhe I. I. & C. and spent 1 I urday find Sunday at home. V * t. | Bbnnibel Gann, of rib 1 spent the week end with ;heh Uncle Prof. If. C. Mollis \ 'y * ’ * Bring your orders for job work | and advertising to the Times mid |t >ve wift’ < i'Uaraiitc6 to please you. i W'o-earny u splendid line of sta . . tl H i i | tiouery, . Mm Vi . • 9m Rev, W. A. Jordan was eoufin led to his bed several days this week on account of throat trouble, I |we are glad however to see him j opt again. ♦ * <* Don’t forget that the “Battle ,Cry,of Peace” will be shown at the College Friday night the 11th, Matinee in tue afternoon. Adults Ob cents, children In. •fr *i* !' W W. Weatherford, inter national student secretary for the 'soiihhern states, will le at the A. fttiyl M College on March 2(5, 27 ,U,p4 2s, ; to hold a series of evange listic-meetings. The services will be held at hours so us not to con flict with academic work. The Object Of the meetings will be to bring the subject of the choice of a life 'work forcibly before the young.men of the college. Indus trial-lines will also be stressed. i : . i, ■ •S* <> ♦ Mr., R. R. Bell, the Mississippi representative of the Stepheus- .Shoe Company of Rieh nmndv-Va., inaunfueturers of the celebrated Battle Ax line of sho’es spent the'week here wiih bis futni* ‘ly and at the suiue lime taking orders from our merchants for their sprijjg line of shoes. Mr. Bell is one of the best known *: V Of ' ,au,d. pi/ist successful salesmen on the-lord-and he has built up a ln'\ ; ge slide Trade in ibis section of he !S(J wdl favor ably known. • ds 'i. 'ii * i Mrs. Frank Ha 1 ,? are ,the puyui parents of a flue tyoy. * * • M 'I O' 1 ■ . Mrs. J. W. Fox and children, i . , ,oi> i of Sijolt, are visiting Mrs. Fox,s father, Mr. C. E. Gay. ■ ,r I Ml 'll Rooms with board, or will rent the lower of my residence, furnish* ed or partly furnished. Mrs. J. A. Carothers I’houe 1)3. '. * - R. I*l Carpenter, of A. <Sc M. I was transacting business in the. city yesterday.—West Point Lead er. • • • Miss Mary Curry of our town’s popular young ladies, is visiting friends in Starkville this week. — 1 Winston County Journal. • • • The friends of Dr. S. M. Rainey, are sorry to learn of his recent ill* ness. His daughter, Miss Mary Rose Rainey, who teaches music in the A. H. School at Longview and two sous, Messrs, William R. and Milton Rainey, of the A. & M. Were called home Sunday on account of his illness. • • • The Board of Supervisors met Monday and were quite busy until late Wednesday afternoon when they adjourned. Mr. MeCreight presided over the meeting us Mr. D. W. Outlaw, Jr , the president was detained at home on account of sickness. The Times hopes that Mr. Outlaw will soon be re stored to health. * • • Prof. A. B. McKay, of the A. & M. made a speech in Jactaty) u, few days ago before a special meeting of the local Federation of Woman’s Clubs, in the interest of civic improvement. Nearly all the towns and cities in Mississippi and j other slases are taking great in terest in the civic improvement and clean up movement. It is time for Starkvdie to wake up and pui on anew Spring dress as it Were, NO. 15. DR. OAKLEY TO LEAVE v;.m - , ■ Popufar*Greenville Dentist t* Enter Business in Starkuille. 1 1 ,1 1:1 Dr. and Mrs. 11. D Oakley ami (heir two boys will leave on iMarch first to make their lions# in Stark villc where Dr. Oakley lw pur chased the business of a prominent retiring dentist. ■The removal of Dr. Oakley and family is deeply regretted by their many friends here both being ex ceptionally popular in our social life while Dr. Oakley is one of the best in bis profession, enjoying a wide practice, lie will prove a heavy loss to Dr. Scott, with whom he has been connected siuee coming to the city, Dr. and Mrs. Oakley carry with them the very beat wishes of their many frieuds here.—Ureeuville Democrat. The Woman's Book Club. The Woman’s Book Club met with Mrs. D. L Magvuder on Friday March Urd. This was the regular meeting day. The pro gram was full of interesting sub jects to be discussed and papers to be read, but in deference to visit ors, the program was dispensed with, and after a few games of 42, the gracious lestess introduced Miss Pauline V. Orr, of Columbus, Miss Orr gave her audience a liter ary treat, both rare and enjoyable. Her selections from Browning, read as only as Miss Orr can read/ with sketches of his life and char acter, were line. There were quite' a number of invited guests to en joy this treat. Refreshments were served at! the close of the meeting, by, a bostesa whose chanfi was as evident in the preparation of these dainties as in' her gracious entertainment of hef guests. Misses Sarah Dockery and Alice Bridges, ot A & M., were shop ping in West Point yesterday.— West Point Times-Herald.