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The Starkville news. (Starkville, Miss.) 1902-1960, October 29, 1915, Image 4

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Announcement. j
Mr. William J. McManus, an
nounces the marriage of his
grand-daughter, Minnie E Egar
to to Mr. Marvin Mentte High
on Tuesday, the 19th of October.
1915, Houston, Texas. At-home
after Novembar first. Browns
ville, Texas.
The many friends here enter
tain the best wishes for the
young couple and extend cordial
congratulations. Prof. High
was born and reared in this
county, a graduate of the A. &
M. College and ever since his
graduation has been in the em
ploy of the U. S. Government,
with headquarters at Browns
ville, Tex., and at times for
short periods in Indiana. No
young man ever went out from
Starkville, more thought of for
his many sterling qualities than
Prof. High.
A full line of MEN’S and
BOYS Bradley Sweaters.
....A. B. HARRINGTON...
FOR SALE
—About 300 bushels Texas Hust
Proof Oats at 60 cents per bush
el. 50 bushels seed wheat at $1.50
per bushel.
’Phone, 2102. D.D.Hartness,
R.F.D., Starkville, Mtss,
Would You Pick Up a Dollar in the
—= STREET ?
Then why not go to RossofPs
G-reat HTstH. Sa.le?
A great 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 ROSSOFFS 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 now in
"FT IT YT j T3I AST
and continues for 15 days. If you are are seeking bargains, come.
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Is Your School Alive?
State Superintendent Smith,
Miss Susie V. Powell, CA-.Bobb
and Commissioner Blakeslee
have arranged a suggested pro
gram for “Grown in Mississippi”
day for the live schools In Miss
issippi on Thanksgiving day.
The program lias been printed
in The Educational Advance,
The Bulletin, many of the news-
papers and can be had in circu
lar form for the asking.
Is your school one of the live
ones? It so, get the program,
change it to suit local conditions
and give your poople a pleasant
and at the same time profitable
celebration of Thanksgiving.
The school is the natural civic
center. Make it the fountain
head for the best of everything
in your community.
The club work bears an im
portant relation lo the future
prosperity and happiness of
your people. ‘ Grown in Miss
issippi” goes hand in hand with
the club work. Bring the two
together witii the grown people
ofvour neighborhood with the
program suggested and goou re
sults will surely follow. Try it
once anyway.
The teacher has an opportuni
ty of earning the salary paid
many ilines o’er v taking the
lead in progressive matters.
The active teachers that have
done this in !*:e past have been
liberally rewarded by the public
Look over tlie ones best known
to you and see how true is this
statement State Superinten
dent Smith strayed just a little*
bit outride the regular routine
and took up the corn club work
He was worth to Holmes County
and the entire state of Mississ
ippi many times the salary paid.
Soon he was called to accept
the highest offer within the gift
of the people for a man in educa
tional lines.
Prof. Calhoun of Covington
more than earned the salary paid
3LMLM kXAAJkIILUI AJIfVI. AXAIAVaLI, Hill.
The Best Opportunity Ever Offered You
Read It! Then Write Us-It Will Pay You!
DO IT TODAY. NOW!
We make it possible for every young man and young lady to secure the verv best Business,
Bookkeeping, and Shorthand training tiiat is possible to be obtained.
We ha ve 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 requirements of the business world
Our graduates succeed where others fall to give satisfaction. Wo 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 way, 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 we do 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.
It 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 lime
and for less money than afiy other reputable business college, we will gladlv pay all 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 BlJg. Meridian, Miss.
bv the baby beef and other work,
and was soon called to take
charge of the super vision of rural
schools. Superintendant Daw
sey of Harrison performed more
than was enumerated in the du
ties of Ins position and was soon
asked to go higher
One thousand of the live
schools used the ‘‘Grown in
Mississippi" programs last
Thanksgiving. There should be
at least three times as many on
the live list this year. Write the
State Department of Agriculture
Jackson, for suggested program,
list of the leaders of last year and
other information concerning the
m liter..
WANTED
Immediately, 500 hogs, in size
from 60 pounds, upwards. Call
or phone
W. D. Hart nos.
Phone,lß2. Siarkville, Miss.
® i
I ....announcement.— |
I 9*l White Douse (jafe ** |
||| Oyster and Fish Season Now Open. |||
We are ready to supply you We receive oysters 8
daily direct from Coden, Ala., from the cost. Mix-
IS ed plants, 80 cents per 100, or 10c perdozen. Also ,||l
M fresh fish received Wednesday and Friday*
Fresh Homemade Candy Daily—lsc per pound.
1 QUICK SERVICE. TELEPHONE 181. |

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