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VOL. 04 I MaKe T r Bus I | RUN LIKE NEW | || Don’t junk it, but let us remodel it || I into a good car. || WE DO I Repairing Baftery Work | Oxcilated Welding || We supervise ail work and guar- || || antee satisfaction. ~M I , | I Our terms are Cask wliicK en- j| || akles us to make very reasonable /| || charges for our work || | WHITE iOTOR SO. j || Telephone 377 g I Seed Potatoes 1 LANDRETH’S | Irish Cobbler and I Triumph—Red I Landreih’s English Peas I and Beans in bulk. Qet*the Best | 8. St If. I. Will I PHOISE%37 > ——f—H——6o—ft— #H| SOULE COLLEGE I /a?v s' b(y' i/ NEW olt *-- V;Ns - i-a \Jf Jt / Highest ■Tirado hm Most Practical Jr f ' ' ,m’ - (/IS\S Couriers Business, in Shorthand end J In English. Best Equipments. Un w --Jiiaic .’ Fa ’itici. Ciiiiiuiclo r.jHeae SHOULD BE EOUCATET Bank. Only School with Actual olort, TO SUPPORT THEMSEUVEi nd Actual Money in which students ‘ • heap the books ard balance cosh. Social accommodation* for ladies, ’ersonal instruction. No (nisTe,,resentatior fc ’am/a patronage. OiaCuotoe *n general d *• maivt *fco!iah iheir fupen w fJK ■ SCl'iJt & SONS f “1 Lost My Best Customer* Tbiu Rots,' Wi„es r lr i, “Lsed to have the busiest Restau rant in town until t ews spread that the kicthen waninfeoten with ratsi lost a lot ot my best customers un til I tried RAT-SNAP. Have’r a pest, in the place .now, Restaurants should uge HAT-SNAP.” Tht-e sizes, 35e, Got, $1 20, Sold and giwnsnteea by U. K, & F, I, Wier hroil Proof Übbr 3 Plants. Frost Proof Cabbage Plmts- Wat-ellelds, Succession, Fistdntcb prepaid parcel-post 100 iiOc: SUO $1; 1000 Si,DO. Fall count and delivery guaranteed, Express PUB here 1,000 SI GO; 5(/00#l-5l 10,000 up $1.25. i>, F, Jamison, Summery ala, S. U. STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI. FEBRUARY 2 5 1921 A woman who nags ahoud never complain when her husband scolds. For plain everyday artistic cuss ing General Dawes is “some cuss.’ It is more h'essed to give than to receive, especially if it is a lick’ ing. It is quite true that work never kHls some people. They never give it a chance. So ne men are inveterate jokers, which leads one to infer that they are born jokers. This is a good month in which to begin worrying over what the next will bring forth. Ii is possible tor a wise man to become foolish, but the tool never Laves his class. The biggest fib some people ever tell is when they insist that they are always truthful. There is much in knowing what not in do, but there’s a devil of a lot more in not doing it. It ion would be happy, justfor got the things that make you un happy. Simple, isn’t it It is quite proper to do the things you like, but highly improper to like the things \ ou should do. Of course, there may he those who pay their income taxes in order to be able to talk about it after wards, You come mighty close to get ting something for nothing when you convert that back yard into a garden. A clean town mav not cause uu du'e comment, hut a dirty one in. variably comes in for a bunch of tree advertising. down, down, goes the price of oil, and up, up, stays the rice of gas. Aud gau, you know, is made from oil. No, this country is not, short ou in >ner. The only shortage ibit exists is in the ability of certain people to get bold ot it. There is talk now of patting smoking under the ban Butdon’t lose heart euirely, The .right lo live has not been prohibited. The opportunity that was knci b* tag at your door didn’t respond when you warbled “come in ” It expected you lo go out and grab it, I Wo don’t place anv reliance in the report that General Villa is now a Sunday school teacher. We doubt if there are it -r Sundays or schools in Old ilex. General Dawos stived liis coun try in France aud was forgotten, Bur when be cussed out a congres sional luvesiigatiug coniuutte he bee ..•no a nation",! figure. Some people ere convinced that n ■ dv -\er renos flit horn *u u r mill I the editor Pegins to tell the truth about them, aud then they are ready to fight. Cheer up and stav cheered, Pns ; - e- c<nd : ti n’n this country arc nut- t '<* h- , hut they are immeasurably better than those ol tuy other country, A SHOE OPPORTUNITY In order to reduce our large stock of Shoes we have decided to "Cut the Melon and invite everybody to participate WE SPLIT in HALF The Special Lots Offered Consists of Odds and En ds jLot No. 1 Children’s Shoes, Button and Lace, nil kinds, size 0 to 8 $1,50 Lot No. 2 Children’s Shoes, nil kinds, 8 1-2 to 11 $1.79 Lot No. 3 Children’s Shoes, all kinds, 11 1-2 to 2 $1.79 Lot No. 4 Boy’s She , Regular Stock, cot and sMle, $3 to $4.50 value, 9 to 11 $2.49 Lot No 5 Bcr’g Shoe -, Regular Stock, gold sole, $3,50 to $4.50 value,Tl to 2 $2.09 Laiiiis' Fine Shoes AH Colors, Red Cross Styles and sizes retail prices $12.50 to $16.00. Our offer , $8.75 Mens Famous Ralston Health Shoes Id all colors ami shapes. Our regular stock, bought to sell lor $lO to sl6. Oar offer WORK SHOES A flae selections of VVoi < Shoes in Men’s, Boy’s, Children's and Liadios’ at great reduction, from 25 to 5s Per Cent, CASH ONLY NO CHARGES. NO EXCHANGE. Saturday, Marcli 26, ia the Beginning of the Shoe Slaughter at QOBDMAN BROS. Lot No. 6 Boy’s Shoes, Regular Stock, 2 1-2 to 5, $4 to $5 values $2.98 Lot No, 7 Ladies’ Oxfords, Odds and Ends - 12 to 5 98c Lot No. 8 Ladies’ Shoes, Odds and Ends, 2 1-2 to 5 size $1.75 Lot No. 9 Ladies’ Shoes and Oxfords, large selection, 2 1-2 tb 8 size $2.98 Lot No. 10 Men’s Fine and Light Weight Work Shoes, G to 12 size $3.69 j Debating Opportunity. Should the United State* open trade relations with Russia! Should we give employment to our people by supplying the Rub sinus with the goods they need in such enormous quauities, and foi which they are ready to pay in goldt □The Russian government is bol shevistic, in which we of America do not believe, But we are not the Russian peo ple, and it is not our business to dictate the form of government under which they shall live. We moi question their methods, but the principle of non-interference remains the same. Business today is not idealistic. It is keen and competitive iuslead, and the fellow who applies Uptopi an dreams to his commercial activ* ities will soon cease to have any thing but dreams. If a man of questionable charac* ter should walk into a local store and ask for a suit of clothes the merchant would promptly sell them to him. and wo would think no less of the merchants for doing so. We may not think much of tl e Russian form of government, but our goods are manufactured to sell, aud if we are going to apply the acid test to every individual before he is allowed to purchase them we fear these same goods will become a drug in our own market. (Juting oil our nose to spite our face will not improve either our personal appearance oronr ecnom ic condition. Bell to Russia or any otfae country i that has the gold with which to pay for what they get. -* 3 Try the Other Track Don't talk pessimism. It puts similiar ideas into the minds of other oeople, and suoh ideas create douht and uncertainty and hamper the ordinary progress of oommet oial activity and expansion. If you can’t, see anything good in the future get some other fellow to do your looking for von until you can adjust yourseif to oondi tons and acquire a better perspec* live of affairs in general. If a man goes out in the morning and tells every person be meets that he is sick, and keeps up the fiction from day to day, it will grow on him until he is in reality unfit for business. It is so in the business world. It vou want to create disaster go out and preach it until other people begin to take stock in what you say and to see things as vou do. Then you will soon have disaster —at least for yourself. But if you want better times go out end preach them, and put tbs joy of confidence into other hearts as well as into your own. The respons* will be just as great. Bea sport, and act the part. -- - A matinee dance was given at the club rooms Friday afternoon and one Monday afternoon. Quite a number of out'oMown guests were present. Mrs. T. W. Woodward. Jr, eu H tertained her Rook club at the home of Mrs. Zeno Yeates Wed* aesday afternoon. Don’t get the mistaken idea that vou know it all. You never know what your neighbor really thinks of you. It is no longer stylish to be bora with a silver spoon in the mouth, It should be gold. 1921 will HOB b kbit to w*| ui m* NO 19