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$5.00 $2.00 Glasses Everywhere V Vj iV I PER PAIR mmm^Mm^m The Atlas Optical Company, 200 West Main Street, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma WISH TO ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR SPECIALISTS WILL BE AT STARKVILLE. AT DAVIS HOTEL, WED. AND THUS., NOV. 20TH AND 21ST Ol K OI!| l.(, I Your-Eyes Examined by Glasses for S2OO is simply to introduce our All Jlad Yeai'S Ot Service and glasses in your community. FxperieilCe. We have met with success everywhere OUR GLASSES and can be attested to by hundreds of persons Will positively relieve all pains aho it the who are wearing them everywhere. Our Work is Positively ! head and eyes due to defective eyesight as •7 wdi as all o'her abn n mal conditions thar can “ T ” " “ Guaranteed and Must be remedied by properly fitted glasses. Ask to see our Invisible Bifocals, Toric _ Lenses. Sir Wrn Crooks’ Lenses, Tex Frames. Give Satisfaction Poll , t Forget tllC Date ~ ' for 5 years Nov. 20th and 21st ’ I hat the above offer of glasses valued at + it a i K.OO everywhere tor 2.00 here ~,, , , ~ tlle , DaVIS Hotel, If Unable to Call at Our Office Our Starkville, MiSS. Alllr . , . ' " Specialist Will Gladly Call All Hi focal sand prescriptions, Ground Ddripr uai ido a km re„ , , . on You Upon Notifying OFFICE HOURS 9A.M.TO SP. M Lenses sa.OO and up during this sale. K y ** ir • Our Local Office lf yOUr t,m f “ ‘y n ! ted Hy and —— Avoid the rush. —Id 0 ' You "now 3lywLfwcarl h a„ U d h ft? ** haVe . bee ” made BY OTHERS wh “ "ot re.pon.ible. Nor X Wh * re We are and what “> ex Pool when you buy your gla..e. from u.. Don’t forget the date A TRIAL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Qe • typewriters • If you want your typewriter * W or adding machine cleaned 0 $ and repaired bring it to me Q Q and 1 will do you a good job. Q Work guaranteed and charges _ reasonable, " 9 • 0 ® WILLIAM J. HAMAR eQ PROFESSIONAL mTa7saunders~ Attorney at Law Office In Nash building. Starkville, J: ; Mississippi, W...W. Magruder, K.;m. Walker, dr • L. L. Martin, MAGRUDER WALKER & MARTIN, Attorneys At Law Starkville. : Mississippi' Ci. ODIE DANIEL, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW! Same Old Stand j Starkville. : Mississippi. JOHN D. GREEN, JR. Attorney at Law STURGIS, MISSISSIPPI, Practices In all courts of Oktibbeha and adjoining counties. MONEY TO LOAN ON FIVE AND TEN YEAR TERMS. D. E. RAINEY Vetinery Surgeon STARKVILLE MISS. Offers his services to the public. ’PHONE 202 JOHN PERKINS. Attorney at Law STARKVILLE, - MISS. Mrs. T. H. Cox and family have moved to Choctaw county. Citation Notice. Stato of Miss., Chancery Court. Oktibbeha Cos. Kaltie May Jegeraon, vs - No. 2621 Jessie Jefferson, To Jessie Jefferson, P. O. ad dress unknown: You are commnded to appear before the Chancery Court of said County and State on the 2nd. Monday of March, 1919, then and there to delend the suit tiled by Kattie May Jefferson wherein you are the defendant. Given under my hand and seal ol office in Starkville, Miss-, this 16lh day of October A. D. 1918 |Seal] j. R. Long, Clerk. Citation Notice. The State of Mississippi, Oktibbeha County. E'hel Sutler, Vs. Robert Hu tier. To Robert Butler, P. O. Ad dross unknown: You are commanded to appear before the Ch’rny Court of said County and State on the second Monday of March A D. 1919. to plead answer or demurer to bill tiled here by Ethel Butler where in you are the defendant, Given under my hand and seal of said Court, this the 2nd day ol November. 1918. ( Seal ) J. K. Long, Clerk Mrs. L. C. Wood has returned home after an extended visit to Oklahoma and New Albany, Miss. BAAitAVILLS NEWS, BTAJLKVILLE, MISSIMH, Knitting Instructions SWEATERS •i row =—once across; a ‘‘ridge’* or “rlb”=once across and hack Sweater of Light-weight Wool Quantity of Wool required:—about three-quarter pound of 4-io yarn Cast on 78 stitches. X pair Red Cress needles No. 3. Dlameter-l-s Inch ' ' IS' 1 1"? Knit S. Krl J: )or% sSches; then' 4 ‘ ncl,Cß - Th * n knU >ches. K, "‘ *"*•• - w'- Knitse prt|b.ok ...d form i„ tss SSrr* •“ JZ sir k“' 58 ■*— * •*-* tt&rjszjsi ac* P ,.,„ iug . inches for armholes. fSlngle-crochet ] row around neck and armholes. ’ “ l'*osely. !ew up sides, loav- Measurements: ■! eck (when stretched), 113a —123£ inches. ( Across chest (not stretched', 17—20 inches. Sweater of Heavy-weight Wool Quantity of Wool required:—about one pound, or 4 hanks of 4-5 yarn JJ* ?SW K "“ - KV’ flir 3 ' nh e Pai Knlt d across for ,0 Inches Knit , * (A) Knit b, Purl across; and Knit last (1 stitches. U 1 u,e3 ‘ Knit 1 row. (R) Knit all the way across. Repeat [A] and [ll| for 8 inches. Knit across and hick M FIRST sHnri tnrn 1 t.- V I,tit V heß; Kllit (i - <nd off 36 stitches for neck. 8 ti,nea; l ,nakl "K > rldgesj. Knit tIRSi SHOIJLDLR; Knit 6, then purl 1, KnIU, for 11 stitches; Knit. Knit 7- th.. p. , , ™. .“id a "“*• 141 "”’' '•• m .1 X, • >■ „ across and Purl hack for 10 inches. Purl 3. Knit 2, for 3 |cLe> off |CJ a,ld U>J for 8 inches • ifSh aimholes. Single-crochet 1 row around neck and armholes. * *'' ‘ <4yv 11 P 5,u, % leaving Inches fnr Measurements: \ eck iwheu stretched), inches. ( Across chest (not stretched), 17—20 inches FOR SALE—One pair of youiiK mules, 5 and 6 years old. Home raised, no blemishes and as sound as a dollar. H. G, Doxsey. Deputy Chancery Clerk, Quinn was a business visitor to Yazoo C'ty tiiis week. Mr. M. R Fulgham visited his brother, Mr. Pink Fulgham at Drew last week. Mrs. J. R O’Neal, of Green, wood, Miss., is visiting her par. ents Mr. and Mrs. Jackson. Mr. Kellis Wood-; of Marked Tree, Ark., spent several days with homefolks this week. has been called for service and will leave soon for Camp Pie. LOST—One new Michel in casing 3 x 80, between Longview and Slarkville. *5.00 reward J. L, Seuz, Longview for rent. Become protic.ent i„ typewrff. leUUI rate 0f 53,00 01 Underwood Typewriters e X tended to students m BC |mr.i three months payable in advance’ machines F. O. B. Memphis in ordering state sctioolyou attend Underwood Typewriter (Jo.. Memphis, Tenn.