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THE STARKVILLE NEWS.
VOL. XI.
Dixie Bargain House
Beautiful and Attractive, New and Stylish
SPRING GOODS
are visible through every part of our store. Wherever you turn your eyes will fall
on some bright, new merchandise which tells you at a glance that
Spring Time Has Arrived
Buy the best corset you can find. It
means style, comfort and
economy and it doesn’t
mean high prices.
It means a Kabo corset.
There is no better cor
set made; no better ma
terial; no greater care;
Copyright Kabo Corset Cos.
Style 2019. This is a low bust corset
made of anew material called strongo. Has
draw string in bust. 12-inch front clasp, with npl 1 „ __ ___
hook and eye. Two pairs of supporters, lace J. iIC DCSI XTIOITCy Vo-H-lvT
trimmed. Metal eyelets. Sizes 18 to 36.
SI.OO
Style 2020. Is the same as 2019, made in COfSCtS
THE DIXIE BARGAIN HOUSE
Civic League.
Starkville and A. & M. College
Civic League met at the Court
house on Wednesday at 3:30
i o’clock.
President Simon Fried called
the meeting to order and asked
to he released from the Presi
dency, whereupon Hon. H. A.
• Beattie was elected President.
Miss Madge Montgomery was
, elected Secretary and Rey. F. Z.
Browne Treasurer. Vice-Presi
dents were named as follows:
President J. C. Hardy, Prof. A.
£) McKay, Mrs. Bertha Scales,
I Mrs. W. A, Ames, Mrs. W. M.
STAIJKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, FRIDAY, MAKCH 1012.
Clardy, Col. Simon Fried and F.
L. Wier.
Committees were appointed as
follows: v
Membership and Finance Com
mittee— W. A. Jordan, Mrs.
Bertha Scales, Mrs, Paul Castles,
Mrs. F. Z. Browne, C. W. Beale,
W. E. M. Brogan, Mrs. J. W.
Pope, Miss Minnie Walker, P.
G. Sudduth, P rof. J. C. Herbert,
Prof. A. B. McKay and L. M.
Joynr.
Juvenile Committee —Prof. J.
A. Lamb, Mrs. Wallace Maxwell,
P. G. Suddutih, W. W. Magru
der, Harris Wallace.
Library Committee—-Miss. Ao-
STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI
Our Line of White and Washable Dress Goods
was never Larger nor Prettier. We have a splendid assortment of
White and Colored Lawns, Dress Linens, Voiles, White and Col
ored Madras, Plain Nainsooks, Striped and Checked Nainsook, Gal
atea Cloth in Stripes and Solid Colors, Apron and Dress Ginghams,
Zephyrs in Stripe and Plain effects, White and Colored Rapp,
Piques, etc. A more suitable selection couldn’t be found anywhere.
In Laces and Embroidery
We, as usual, are the leaders in that line of gDods in quality, assort
ment and prices, and this season, more than ever, our stock of
Laces and Embroideries ought to appeal to the women who admire
and love this class of goods. We have a magnificent stock of
Swiss Embroidery, Swiss all overs, Embroidered Galoons, Flouncings
Cambric Edgings and Insertings in all widths from the very narrow
and dainty to the very wide 45-inch Flouncing. New Val Laces in
the most wanted effects for the present season, Cotton and Linen
Torchon, all over Lace and Bands, Cluny Lace and Inserting.
You Can’t Beat It
Walk-Over is bound to please you. It has pleased
and given satisfaction to almost every one that has
worn a pair of them. Our Spring line is full Of j JgWrj
good things in every shape and variety and should /#
not fail to look it over before buying your spring
Oxfords.
nie Montgomery, Mrs Abney
Hogan, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. W.
M. Clardy, Prof. Hugh Criiz and
EL Cunningham.
Lyceum Committee H. A.
Beattie, Miss Madge Montgotfi
'ery, W. A. Jordan, F. Z Browne,
G. W. Beale and F. L. Wier.
Program Committee — W. A.
Jordan, Mrs. Paul Castles, Miss
Minnie Walker, Mrs. Noel and
Mrs. Hassell.
The Park.
We have been asked what were
the ladies of the Civic League
s going to do about the Neuderfer
iPark? We have no inform ation
but feel that they are going to
do the correct and proper thing.
We are almost assured that the
railroad is relying entirely upon
the League to take the matter in
hand, having spent large sums
of money in putting the plot of
land in the shape requested.
This matter should be looked
after so that it will be thorough
ly beautified. It is possible that
should the League not act that
the same might be taken for the
use of side tracks, which the
road stands in great need of here.
It would be an eye sore to have
it grow up in weeds and grass.
It is a matter that the town
should join in to the end that it
should be made the most attract
ive spot within the town.
Mass Meeting.
Pursuant to the call of the Chairman
of the Democratic Executive Commit
tee of Starkvllle, Miss , to be held at
the City Hall on Wednesday, March the
27th, 1913, at 3 o’clock p. in. There
was present at said meeting, P. G. Sud
duth, O. C. Davis, H. A. Beattie, W. J.
Valentine, H. H. Reynolds, W.’H. Mil
ler and N. W. Puller, Jr. On motion of
H. A. Beattie and seconded by H. H.
Reynolds, the members of the old Exec
utive Committee were reappointed,
No further business the meeting ad
journed, this March 27th, 1913.
P. G. SUDDUTH, Prest,
. W. PULLER, Sec’y*
NO. 1

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