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= -STREET ?=— Then why not go to RossofPs Qr©3-t lsll Jr '3*ll- S3-I3T A oreat Bargain Sale planned to Rival Any Ever Held Before—Prices Speak Louder Than Promises. It is destined to be the most momentous event of our entire business career, offering you the wanted Fall&Winter merchandise at prices impossible to duplicate. Even if times are hard,we all must live and buy staple goods. Go to ROSSOFF’S next Thursday and get the things you must have for winter, at 10 and 25c cheaper than elsewhere. You will find capable and attentive Salesladies to give you every attention and prompt and honest service. They are waiting for you. Call at once. Sale starts TTTXJHSI ) A V OCT. 128 and continues for 15 days. If you are are seeking bargains, come. THE HOUSE STARKV,LLE - Of QUALITY Wt' MIS^ A Correction. In the advertisement of the auction sale of Jersey cattle of Prof J. R. Ricks, which appear-1 ed in the colums of the News last week and also again this week should have b*en 52 mature cows instead of 20. Those desiring good cattle should attend this sale which takes place the -<th of this month. “A preacher came at a news paper in this way: “You edi tors do not tell tha truth. If you did you could not live, your newspapers would be a failure.' The editor replied: “You are right, and Hie minister who will at ail times and under all cir cumstances tell the truth about lus members, alive or dead, will not occupy his pulpit more than one Sunday, and then will find it necessary to leave town in a hur ry. The press and pulpit go hand in hand with whitewash harsh and pleasant words, mag nyting little virtues into big ones. The pulpit, the pen and the gravestone are the great saiut-making triumvirate. And the great minister went away very thoughtful while the editor turned to his work and told of the unsupassing beauty of the bride, while in fact she was as homely as a mud fence Miss Mary Gurney left the past week tor Helena, Ark., where she has accepted a position to teach. —Tupelo Journal. The many friends of Miss Gurney, the accomplished teach er and refined young lady that she is, wish her happiness and success in her new home and po sition. Any school is to be con gratulated upon securing her ser vices- -qualified in every way and experienced. —Advertise in the News and watch your business grow. Hon. Ezekiel Candler, our efficient Congressman, was a dis tinguished visitor to our citv from Sunday evening to Wednes day. the cherished guest of Post master H. H. Sikes. Mon day morning on special invita tion he delighted the student body of tlie A. & M. College with a tine address, which pro\- ed highly entertaining and most instructive. At the Court House. Monday forenoon, after Judge Carroll had organized the Court, at 11:30, he spoke to the citizens of the county, giving an interest ing account of his stewardship, which was well received. He spoke for one and one half hours. He thanked the court for the courtesy extended him, Hon. G. O. Daniel for his cour tesey in introducing him and the people for their patient and close attention. The court house was packed, many having come for no other purpose than to hear him. He announced his candidacy to succeed himself. Mr Candler lias many friends here and is popular with the peo- pit*. Big Tent Show Coming! The Robert L. Russell Tabloid Dramatic and Vaudeville com pany. under canvass, will open their doors Monday night, Oct. 25 on Saunders lot. From the report from other cities, this is a first-class attraction. This show has the reputation of putting on a clean, up to-date performance, and owing to the enormous seat ing capacity erf the large tent, are able to present the show for a very small admission fee, 10 and 15 cents. It has been a long time since a tent show of this description has made a stay in Starkville. FOR RENT— Furnished rooms or rooms for light house keep ing. Apply to Mrs. W. H. Chile s tJm.M £*MV9. MX AAAViiLiJI. Ml**. A full line of MEN’S and BOYS Bradley Sweaters. ... A. B. HARRINGTON.... The You no Peeple’s Brandi of the W. 0. T. U , will open a ‘‘Tea Room” on next Saturday afternoon in the Y* P B hall from 3 to 6 for the young people to meet and have a jolly, social afternoon. All are in v i ted. Chocolate will be served to those who desire it for ten cents. The Best Opportunity Ever Offered You Read It! Then Write Us—lt Will Pay You! DO IT TODAY. NOW! We make it possible for every young man and young lady to secure the very best Business, Bookkeeping, and Shorthand training that is possible to be obtained. We have the largest and best equipped college in the South. Our teachers are thoroughly trained with years of practical experience as actual stenographers and bookkeepers, and know exactly how to train students to meet the requirementsof the business world Our graduates succeed where others fail to give satisfaction. We secure good positions for our graduates, while those from other schools remain idle. There is no reason tor this. It is simply be cause our management and instructors are men and women of large business experience. They know business in a practical way; they do business in a practical wav, and the business men of this section recognize our practical ability and the practical utility of our graduates. Our large attendance is daily increasing, hardly a day passes that wedo not enroll new students. The wide awake public investigate thoroughly and close no contract until convinced they have found the best. That is why they enroll with us. If you want to succeed, and are looking tor the best, write for our “Special Proposition”, It will cost you nothing to investigate us. If you do not find that we can train you better, in less time and for less money than any other reputable business college, we will gladly pay ail expense of tho investigation. WE DO WHAT WE SAY WE DO. Satisfaction guaranteed or it costs you nothing. WRITE US TODAY. ADDRESS % Ferguson’s Business College, Box 706. Suttle BUg. Meridian, Mis*. AUCTION OF MS JERSEY CATTLE at STARKVILLE, MISS., OCT.. 27, 1915. To those desiring to purchase dairy stock, I offer the following: 52 mature cows—24 heifers, 12 to 2() months—23 heifer calves—2 registered bulls. Those are all high grade Jerseys, and from the best in the county, mmime from ticks and can be shipped anywhere. J. R. RICKS, Agricultural College, Miss. FOR SALE —About 300 bushels Texas Rust Proof Oats at 60 cents per bush el. 50 bushels seed wheat at $1,50 per bushel. ’Phone, 2102. D.D.Hartness, R P.D., Starkville, Mtss, WANTED Immediately, 500 hogs, in size from 60 pounds, upwards. Cad or phone W. D. Hartr.es. Phone,l32. Starkvllie, Miss,