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THE STARKVILLE NEWS.
VOLUMN V. FALL AND WINTER OPENING M. BLOCK’S ' One Week of Tremendous Selling of Fall and Winter Goods. We have bought an immense stock and are going to place it before the peo ple at bargains unparalleled in the nhistory of retail business in Starkville. Convincing price arguments are presented which are proot ot our to create values which appeal to your purses. THIS SALE BEGINS MONDAY, OCT. 15. Rain or Shine and the prices will attract the shrewdest buyers. These ex tremely low prices quoted are inducements to every prospective purchaser to visit this store. WE CAN FILL YOUR WANTS IN DRY GOODS. Blumnelettes. An exceptionable assortment in cluding Persian and Oriental designs, also neat figures and striped effects, a regular 12 1 2c value, Sale Price 9c Also a line of Fancy Flannelettes with silk stripe, suitable for Shirt Waists, actual vdue 15c Sale Price 12 l-2c Opening SSede of New Silks. You will be shown the very la test styles the markets afford. Ore lot of Plaid Silks which are very popular this season that crane in patterns for waists, no two alike, worth £1 to $1.25 per yard, Special price 73c Shoes, Shoes, Shoes. Our stock is complete and we have all sizes and prices to suit every customer. We make a specialty of the famous W. L. DOUGLAS $3-50, $4.00 and $5. We also have the SAIF-TI that has more style and will wear longer than any shoe you can get for $3.50 and $4.00. Come and let us show you our Underwear for we can give better values as well as quality than you can elsewhere. But enough of Newspaper talk, come and see for yourself as we have so many bargains to offer that it is impossible to put it in print. YOURS FOR SAU( iA I \S. M. BLOCK. M. BLOCK- STARKVILLE, MISS., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1906. Belts. New arrivals in Ladies Belts in every detail. This variety in cludes every new idea in \ogue this season in Silk or Leather. Among the most desirable are the new Roman stripes and fancy Scotch plaids, in silk with fancy buckles. We also call attention to the new Kid belts, in black and fancy colors all fasten in the back, others are asking 50c. our price.. .44c B 1 ami els. We are showing an elegant line of French Flannels in plaids, very neat and stylish for waists regular price in other stores SI.OO, Our Price 50c Outing Flannels, a large range o' patterns and coloring in light and dark, representing checks, plaids, stripes and ail solid colors. Our price ..8 1 2c Clot If in o*. Our line* is complete and it is our idea is to give men more style ami bettor quality as well as ! perfect tit than you can gel elsewhere at such reasonabl/ | low prices. I One lot of clothing that are [ % actually worth up to SIB.OO a \ suit, bought to sell in litis sale for only $12.50 We have do* hi tig of all grsdes from the cheapest to the very best. Dress Goods. 3') inch Mohan*, they come in Black, Bine Brown and Grey, an excellent 75c quality, Sale Price 43 C 52 inch Brilliantine which retails everywhere for One Dollar, Our Price 75 c Absolutely all wool Treco Flan nels in black and a complete assortment of colors, very de sirable for waists and child rens wear, made to retail at 35c Our Price ”. .23c inch Suitings in Grey colors that retails at 30 cents. Sale Pri ce 19c NUMBER 81.