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Don’t Miss the First Episode of “THE SHIELDING SHADOW ” Rex Theatre Saturday Night, Feb. 10th.
fast M is6is?ippi aimrS VOL. XLIX || TRADEI TRAFFIC Old Fiddlers’ Contest | MVsin fn| AND ■ TRADES DAY IN STARKVILLE February 22nd is tbc day set for tbc Old Fiddlers Contest and tbc Merchants’ Trade Day. On this day svc- II eral business bouses of the city will offer special bargains on certain lines of goods at a greatly reduced rate || Below is a list of business bouses showing tbc special lines that they will sell at bargains on this day: On Trades Day r°r COFFEE I new line try our Candy pebm-jM _ service, oo to . of RP c T TM BLWEID i FRIED ££ BlLKS®tTlhan" s iR. .* p : “ and But ' p! - Dj- WOODWARD HERCAN. 5, 10 2 5 e Store . S .t!. E **. °l E!N . TS , Caroenter fit RJ WE WINN All 15. P.r..U, Gi.,1 Pn... o„ .11 C..J. Cotta ,1. BA "GA.N HOUSE ™ ——-y Heart on Trade, Day - *. ✓ .or st.oo Aur J° r Jl ZT* „ , y °" • s~. DUQ S S-ta..,, 6 lb. *,! CM.. for SI.OO D ' Xl L! a^! n p" OUSe II tUCDV CiDUCD SHOULD HAVE ■■■"■ ' ■ make this (tore their THOS. KATZ **"■■* “*?*—,. TOUGH BEEF Wsi "w*. S ..,TRADES DAY we will print: GentS Furnishino *tnro RoUry Movement Drop Head Will be • good Mins to boy those 350Letterhead.end Envelope. ONI V 1 rumiSOWg StOK „, , P Field and Harden Seed II to mutch lor .* _fj.oo I 'bp / Will Sell ■ limited number nciu anu Vjarticn SCCfI || 600 Letterbeids and Knvelopet rt *'** ° D i^,deß Day ,or on, f tbt yon buve postponed buying. w n -T^ * *• * Harrington *> r.k-rf.lwier | - 106 COURT SQUrfAE W, D. Hsrtace*. Prof. dewy Good. TURNER & PIERCE Hive Them I | ||| Old Fiddler'* CMtnt Geoff* Weak ißftoo'i Birthday The old fiddler* ore oil coming to the eouteat from the numerous tepliee being received to invitations recentlv sent out tor Feb. 22nd. The one recently lu Id in (Jolum bus insures o genuine contest here, as practically oil those participat ing there, will attend this one. Mr. N. B, Banders, a left-hand* ed fiddler of the "cat-fight” type, Carried off the honors with the first prize. He will bring his team with him. Applicants arc also coming in (or an old fashion ed “hop” or " square dance as an accompaniment to the fiddle. To Address the College Y. M. C. A (Mle Susie Powell) The relation of man to his home Will be disc ussed by Mi<s Susie V. Powell Sunday night at the Col lege Y. M, G A. The subject is one o( Interest lo the town people as well as the students Miss Powell is an interesting and entei taing speaker. We want to see some of the town people out (or the Sunday night meetings. They are always inter esting and inductive to all. Ti e program begins immediate ly after supper about six o’clock nod coutione* for only about one hour, usna'ly not that long. Tl us yon am attend services at ><-nr church in town after leaving the ■erriees out, here Publicity (.'on, mi it*- ▲ most beautiful entertainment Was given by M ,*s Janie Mae Max- Well in h< nor of the bride-to-be,' Miss Elbyous Powers on tbeaf ar boon of Feb 7th. A miecellaur- One Shower was the object of the I .tertainment which was given in the home of Dr. and Mr*. U. L. Beale* The house Was twtnjtfii y decorated in pink heart* ko<. grern iollje. 4 jfMW Of hdette was played by the guests, after which, a "Cupid” post man. Master Hunter Seales, brought in the many gifts, in a heart-shaped basket. They were beautiful in deed, as well as costly and useful. After the opening of the packager, delightful refreshment were served The hostess was dressed in a very attractive gown of golden brown satin, while Misi< Powers was taste fully dressed in bine georgette crepe embroidered in gold. The Winning drink “Ghero Cola” is now on sale in Starkvill* with all the soft stands. Messrs. Howard Bros, the proprietors of West Point Gbcro-Cola Bottling Cos., will make this city and ad jacent territory regularly promot ing the sale of this popular soft drink. Conmbue, ,Qa .. is the home town of the syrup from which Ghero- Cola is bottled. The drink ha* had a wonderful success and growtn (or six years and is now sold in twelve states. New plants are being opened this Spring in Vicksburg. Meridian and West Point. “The slogan of this drink “There’s none so good” is indio ..* tive of its merit. Friday night P*b. Ifltb is to be Ghero-Goio night at the Sex theatre and you have an opportuni ty if geiting closer acquainted with Ghero-oola by visiting the Bex on this night. Mr. J W Mood*', ( George town, Ky., ties pi.te meed tie p nutation formerly owned by Mr A A Moutgriuery, at Osborn, | and has moved there with his fami ly. Mr and Monday have a son who ha* ei- e-d A & M. and a daughisr, .-■t’S* Martha Monday who has Unit ed the eleventh grade in the Starkville Bi,-b School. | The Time! gladly Welcome Mr. U' fid ■ itnd his -stitnabl- family to CMtbbeha coftptt, and h*ps Ihe will have bls beat hopes rdlis* 1 sd in svery wtr- STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, FEBRUARY 9, 1917 The Winning Drink iNow Being Sold at all Soft Drink Stands In Starkvillc FRIDAY NIGHT, FEB. 16 Chero-Cola XX IJI 1JII B _ BB a Chero-Cola Night AT THE REX THEATRE BQ|B SAVE YOUR COUPONS Commencing Next Monday Nigkt. Wo&t Point Chero-Coia Bottling Cos. NO 25