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I DRESS-UP WEEK I I Step Into Our New Fall Apparel Now I OUR DISL'.AY of Women’s, Misses and Children’s New Fall Apparel is at its height and we are of. I enng em ° y° u at most attractive prices in order to induce you to step into our NEW FALL APPAREL I now instead of latter on Such an opportunity as this, especially at this time of the season is unusual so we I : trongly urge you to make the most of it. reason, is unusual, so we ■ * i I All women are preparing and choosing new things for m&h $ I their season’s wardrobe and no one article receives as much I tinctiye Millinery Stylei, is TT rj s , __ , I known throughout this ter- W XlcLt S JNcW 1H Wftlftfl • I Thiß “ eason ’ B showing is A popular feature of the new Waists for Fall is the ro call- I la 'K<r aud more impess- ed "SuF Wsisr," in shades to match or blend with tha pre- I iW f ive lh * n ever. The hats are ailing suit colors which include Bert Root, Porple Fog I BW designed in a host of distinct- Taupe, Orev. Navy. Black, and Green. Jlelief is sometimes I I iv and becoming creations; afforded from these sombre tones by dash* bright trimming | e*i.-h one smartly tiimmed in an individual, striking man- sointilVing beads and lustrous silks nm |J ideries I luor that once wins the approval of all correctly attired wo- Other models of Georgette. Oreoe do T lud Plaid and I r l ' COO O* 1 S'ripeS.tiM, usedseparaielvo-lnoombJ will be pop. I LiOme see Uur Present Display of nnr Our stocks were very oaefnlly at ,ind ien-ent I ■\T rjr verv oharmin nd exquisce tyke Wo’'direct vonr in- ■ INew flats. spection to these very choice values, ■ ™“":±'s9.oo TO $ 10“ "•* “” a “• .1 N. M.M IM M I $5.00T.57.50 T *"*' ..7M I A creditable display of Trimmed and un-(* <** m & m W h.te p 'cab Naw and Bl’k Crepe de Chene at. .$4.00 teS S9 I See tke "Sammy Hats” at $2.50 _ , I "Kiddie” Hats in a beautiful array as well as the cap I WIIT bptClfliS flt Each I and scarf sets. 1 H The Farm Loan Association has about 90 members at Sturgis and It is distributing in that common itv in the way of loans about #£oo a! week Applications for about $60,000 have already been fled and Jabout $30,000 of this has already been passed upon and approved. Mayor Bridges was a boy once himself, and he knows what it means to a boy or girl to have to stay in a school room and recite lessons while the circus is in town, so he got bnsy with the school trustees and had them'to make to day a holiday that th children en joy the circus, This was right. Circus day is an event in a child's life that they will remember with pleasure after they are old men and woman, On October 9th, in the court boose we are planning to have our County exhibit. We desire that every club member exhibit her canned fruits and vegetables, the sewing listed snd the poultry. Begining at 10180 we shall have a program. Director E R Lloyd will make an address and Mias Bill, onr Dis trict Agent will judge the exhibit and will compare some commercial products with the club goods. Let iviry one bring ber ufaibil OB October Bili to the Court house, it will be safely cared for. Fannie H Randle, Cos. Home Dem Agent. “Hail Columbus, Happy Land!” The debris is and weed?, which have been on the site where the Chiles Hotel burned a few years ago have been removed and the lot cleaned. This make a great im provement on Main Street and suggests that a S3UOUO hotel would look well in this place. The Adaton School opened Mon day with an attendance of about 40 pupils with Prof. J F Dabbs principal and Prof. M B Kellum, assestant. Dr T C Wier and Rev John Park, pastor of the (Metho dist Church were present and made excellent talks. The session prom ises to be a successful one. Mrs. Harry Stoy, who ha* teen visiting her parents, Mr. apd Mrs. H. A. Belli, leaves to day for Sbevesport to spend a week after which she will join Mr Stoy in San Antonia, Tex. be being at the training camp. Mr and Mrs. F H Powers, and daughter Miss Adra visited Prof, and Mrs. J H Woodard at West W3Bday. STARKVILLE. nm. UILIM 1917/ Banker's Wife Grew Some Reel Toma loci The finest. tomatoes the writer of this has seen in the state of Ore gon came the other evening from the garden of Mrs. and Mrs. A J Moore, of north Twelfth street. 1 The three in a basket weighed slightly more than one pound each, and those come from one vine that has produced more then forty of similar size. Other tomato vines in the same garden have produced almost as prolifloally and the garden as a whole has been the wonder of manv visitors. Mrs. Moore, to whom the banker gives the credit for the excellence of the garden, says that ten of her tomato plants have produced twenty pound of tomatoes each. Those tomatoes are wundeifolly smooth and ronnd, beautiful fruit of the vine, and however great in size, palatable to the last degree. Mrs. Moore really tbiuke more of ber garden than she dues of the wholelfamily of eight or ten and ebe take* real delight in showing Oregonu n what a “southeneh” can do where ebe triee a little wj*h tbe hoe and the rake* —Corva}(is (Ore) Ga zette-Times Mrs Moon rend* the lines the above clipping* and add* t '' “We were told that .tomatoes would opt mature especially tboM of anv size. I have not seen finer , in Mississippi than we Laye thlg year we have also surprised the native" with several yery fine watenmllon. Oregon is all right t A number of the members of Ridgelv lie bee Ira h Lodge 1 0 0 F. of this city went over to West Point Wednesday to assist in the organization of a Itebekah Assem bly in that city, Three autos con vejed the part> consisting of Dr. E M Ranck, ,1 0 Thomas. L H Nickles, J H Nickles, Elgar Bontin, Hal Kirby, Wm Ward, Mrs. Edgar Buntln, Mrs, Kitty Bneb, Mrs. Will Hamer, Mrs W H Miller. Mrs. J A Kee, Miss. Edlena Ware, and Mies Mable Lewis. About twenty charter mctnbert were organized with the State President Mr*. Hilda Smith, of Enterori*', and Grand Secretary Mre. Jodie Rnbnsh Mow,of Merid lan,were present to direct the work of organization and installing officers, assisted by the above named Bebekabs from (Starkville. The perty thoroughly enjoyed the evening and were (oyslly enter* twined by their West Point brother! and sitters. We don’t object to the man with a bobby, if be won’t insist on all fail Wends riding with him. OKTIBBEHA COUNTY EXHIBIT Court Room, Starkville, Miss. Oct. 9. 1917 We desire that even Club member exhibit. Jud 'eg lor the . x'm it will be selected from outside theeouulv. The following prims will be offered to Club members on y: Osnned Sliced Tomatoes—Pure Al uminnm Paring Knlle. Turner A Pierce. Canned String Beans—Pure Alu minum I’aring Ku.fe, 'Turner A Pierce. Canned Beets—Pure Aluminum Par | Knife—Wooden Spoon, Stillman A Co | Canned Sliced Tomatoes—Paring Knife, Turner A Pierce Canned whole Okra—Wooden Spoon. I Stillman AC). I Canned Carrots—Wooden Spoon. I Stillman A Cos. I Canned English Peas.-Jar Filler. I Stillman A Cos. Canned Corn —Jar Filler, ctiilman Nk Cos. Canned Pear halved—Pure Aluminum Paring Knife. Turner A Pierce. Canned Blackberries—Jar Filler. Al- j umlnum. Stillman ACo J Canned Peaches halved—Pure Almu- I Innm Paring Knife. Turner A Pierce. Canned Figs—Jar Filler. Aluminum Stillman A Cos. Canned Soup Mix lure —Sieve for | staining tomatoes. Stillman A Cos. Canned Dixie Itellah Jar Flllr-Al nintum. Stillman A Cos. Canned Catsup—Sieve far straining tomatoes. Stillman A Cos. Best Collections of Canned Products— Canning Madlme. Miss Powell Pickle Sweet Peach—one Box Cloves land Allspice —United Store Cos I Pickled Geon Tomato— One Box White Pepper and one of Black Pepper, United Stores Cos, Pickle Mustard—Cue Box mustard. United Store Cos. Pickle Cucumber-One JBox Bottle Piokllug V iuegar. United Stores Cos. Pickle Onion—One Bottle Price’s Vanilla, United Store Cos. I Preserves, Bl ickbcrry —Blanching Basket. Stillman ACo Preserves, Strawberry—Measuring Cup. Stillman A Cos. Preserves, Fig-Wooden Bowl. Still man A Cos. Preserves. Watermelon Klne— Dust [Pan. Stillman A Cos. Preserves, Gingered Pear—Pduto I Slloer. Stillman a Cos. Jam—Sliawberry Blanching Basket. Stillman a Cos. Jam Blackberry—Soup bone. City Marker, Mariinildcs Citrus—One Pig Foot. City Market. Marm dade, Peach—One Pound San* •age. City Market. Marmalade, Fig-One Bottle Vinegar. City Market. Northern Dist of Mississippi Sept 27 1917. The following list of men, called for military service by the Local Board foi Oktibbeha County have been duly passed upon by the proper Local ami District Board and are hereby certified as selected for military service and not ex empted or discharged. Pornpie Plair Osborn Miss Lensy Henry Mabeu Miss D H Thomas Sturgis Mies John Kincade IStarkville Miss Robert Minor SessUms Miss Sellers Nichols Crawford Miss A Q Heflin Longview Miss James Collins Starkviile Miss W A Mcßride Maben Miss Uobt Spencer Starkviile Miss Robt Bishop Starkviile Miss Loscins Sprnell Starkviile Miss John Roberts Sessutus Miss List of men ordered to report to this Local Board for Military Duty! Local Board for the County of Oktibbeha State of Mississippi Dale of posting October Ist 1917 •lames Gev Tommy Young Walter E Curtis Emmet Burke Charles brake J D Bolden Frank Carbenter Wake Rich Robt Carpenter Tonny Bell T 0 James, Chairman M R I'ulghftw, Secretary IJent Basket Tomatoes—Crepe <io .Chine linn kerchief M. Block, Host Basket Henna—Crepe d<< chine | llnnkcrchtef. M. Block 1 Greatest variety of vegetable fr.nn |oi •garden—Ladles' |1 UO Wall, U_ man Bros I’ot Lifter. Plain White apron ami Cap Two Linen Hankerehlcf to the Ladles of the Home Demonstration Club. Phil. Goodman. Plain White work apron and cap. Two trepe de chine hankerchief to the girls. Phil Goodman. | Work Dress of Tupelo Cotton $1 ,"i0 | tu tlto woman ot Urn Uome Dem Club. I Hluiuenllehl & Fried ( Work Dress of Tupelo ootton. Fount ain Pen to tbe Canning Club (Jlrls IK K & F I, Wior Laundry Lag- Veil, blarkvlle Willin. ery Cos. Night dress— Dresser Scarf Stamped. Home iJetn Agent Lrosaer Scarf Crocbet. Bag Stamped. Uome Dem Agent Cnp Towel Asbestos mat, Home Cent. Ageat Table Cover. Six Skein Jfimh Floss. Home Dem Ageut Booklet. Aluminum Drinking Cup. Home Dem Agent Keeoid Book. Aluminum Driukl. g. Cup Home Dem Agent J’oultry Best Pullet Poultry Keniedles -500. H C Stiles Best Cockerel Poultry Komediob— 50c UC Stiles. Best trio of young ebieks oonsisinguf cookerel. and two pullets—Poultry Feed Jj.uu. Carpenter it Keud Ucßt ami greatest number of yon.ig stock produced tut shown tiy record property attested—Merohsmllsti #a,uj, Woodward Mer. Cos Ucsi doten i'ggs(BrowD)MerchanUr-c uOc Wood ward Mercantile Cos. Best doaen market eggs (white)- * Merchandise 60c. Woodward Mer cantile Cos Best kept poultry record—Merchan dise |1 00. Kirk’s Drug Store - Cookery Best Booklet i’oultry, —ll.OO cath A A Harrington Loaf of Bread-Bair Bilk Hose W W Scales & Cos Best Cottage Cheese -II .00 cash A 0 Ervin Home Conveniences Homemade Kireless Cooker—Mer chandise $1.60 Gill it Cos Homemade Icnle s Kefrigerutor- Merchaudlse 11-00 United Store Cos Mr. Elmo Davis, is attending Federal Court in Aberdeen Huh week. Miss Mary Rosa Rainey, v;of Mayhew, spent the w?ek end v. itb Miss Martha Carpenter. Thereis big demand fur sorghum. Starkville and Hturgis are e.i Ij paling 40c a gallon and advertis ing fur car loud of it Mrs. Wirt Caipenter, Mrs, Ledyard Raymond and V Dses Annie Dell and Alice Perkins shopped in Columbus Saturday. ■.■sVMWuyi Mr. John Woodward received an honorable discharge from the imny on account of 111 health, and aim ed home Friday. His friends hone he will soon be restored to health. Mrs. Howard Major and beanti jiul little daugh’er, Birdie May. of lEpley, Miss, are visiting at the 'homeof Mrs Major's father, Mr. ,J. O. Ounn on Louisville street, Mm. Jessie Owen and Mule daughter Bessie returned bora 9 Saturday from Florida, after an extended visit to Mr. and Mrs Paul Wells. Mrs. Wells and iu fantson Paul Wells Jr. acoomp.im ed them home and will be here several months as Mr, Wells will take a special course in Agric.iU tare at A & M. NO 7.