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Answers The Season’s Demand With a Remarkable Presentation of TSEZ 77 771 77 'iWfl Selling or INew rail Ift New Fall Dresses SUITS ife&v Specially Featured At fj M • \ S lZ es for Women, Misses. Juniors, I pMlff SIZES FOR WOMEN, M f /"V k I | MATERIALS fA MlnH M>SSES AND JUNIOR |L mj\ In All Wanted New Fall Shade. “• \|/// • Sldtiii I M 1 II Truly comprehensive and inter vf'lllLU and One simply cannot help but become enthusiastic about 1 J< fl estingly diversified are our displays ■fc I’rFl J the decorative handiwork which embellishes these new Ifj W that embrace every new desirable |\l. 'bJ 11 modes. They effectively compliment the beautiful satin If fff type expressive of refinement and i lW\/i Uiv meteors tricotines, etc., which mark up the garments. w/ fa elegance. You will be delighted 1 rOk l fJfiJi Never have designers originated smarter modes for day- \/ with the richness of the materials 1 time wear. jj\ / / as well as the gracefulness of the __________ [rj\ stylings of these Suits, some of P| I c i. cii n and *l/ \ which have attained simple perfec- U Other Smart Fall Dre..e, Reasonably Priced At IL \ tion in line by the absence of belts kk $19.75, $22.50, $25.00, $29.50 and up an d pockets. special showingTashionaele T FALL SUITS AT $39.50 $49.50 $59.50 And Up | of Staple Goods from 15 to 20 percent, Also standard brands, such as I jl jT 1. 9 The Famous Styleplus Clothing for Men, Regal Shoes, Perfect© Shirts, Gold Medal \I*LT ”J" * 8 Hats for Ladies, Monarch Hosiery, Beaver Hats for Men, Finch’s Overalls. The Styleplus Clothes and Regal Shoes are only handled by the leading mer chants of the country. We are exclusive agents for these famous brands in Stark- v- .. , ~, .1 v n . v jU e Your Money s Worth or Your Money Back iw:iWfirnTrniwrniM niiirimm —— 15rom cDur County Qgcnt! R Weekly Letter oy C. P. Barrett, Court House. Phone 176. ? I had the misfortune this week at Sturgis to lose a big fat 200 pound hog from getting too hot. They will sometimes die through no apparent neglect though we probably got this fellow too hot trying to chase it in the car. I never let one man lose all on any animal that is lost in a cooperative car. I make it a cooper ative insurance proposition and I hope that nobody will object to pay ing their part in a case like this. x I have been very successful in handling hogs in hot weather and it is when not expecting anything that I lose one. Shippers can cooperate with me by not feeding their hogs heavy before undertaking to move them in hot weather. —x — I want everybody having turkeys for sale this fall to know that Miss Jones, the home demonstration agent is going to handle them for you and that I am going to assist her in every way possible. We will also handle your surplus chickens in car lots at the same time. I give all merchants and farmers notice in advance that I am going to handle the sorghum molasses cron that is put up in barrels in the coun ty. 1 give the farmers notice be cause I want them to get all that there is in their molasses, and I give the merchants notice because I want them to know in advance that there is going to be no money in it for them to buy sorghum in barrels this fall and I have the best feeling in the world towards our merchants. I am an experienced hand at market ing sorghum molasses and there is no good reason why there should be a middle man in this transaction. —x — This is the last call to plant fall oats. They should all be sowed be fore Oct. 15th. The reason winter oats are regarded as such a big gam ble is on account of the way and time they are usually put in in this section. Oats plowed in during No vember is a very uncertain crop. —— The cattle market for this week is based on a car of cattle shipped from Starkville and sold on the market Thursday, Sept. 23rd: Fine fat polled Durham grade ■teen weighing 880 lb., |8.00; fair ly fat Jersey steers weighing 775 lbs. $6.50; fairly fat Jersey steers weigh ing 700 lbs., $6.00; Jersey calves, $5.85 to $7.00; grade Angus calves, SIO.OO ;cvws in fair flesh, $1.00; old poor canners, $3.50. —x— Farmers having finished hogs should rush them on the market now before the big rush of hogs from the corn belt in November and De ember. —x — Every farmer in the county should plant an acre of small grain near the house for the chickens. —x— Remember, that every bushel of peas saved above what you will need for planting will command a ready cash price next Spring and I am thinking that we will be needing all >f our money at that time. —x— It is a mighty rich farmer that is able to leave his plow tools out in the weather, his livestock without a -helter and a dry place to lay down, or his chickens to roost in trees. If you are a cotton farmer and want to x-aise cotton next year, you had better fight the boll weevil some this fall. Pick your cotton as fast as it opens and as soon as the last boll is open destroy the stalks and stop the breeding of weevils. The sooner you force them into hiberna tion for the winter the less likely they are to live through. The cotton fields would be a mighty good place to do some fall plowing. Destroy all of the stalks and all of the grass in the fields and along the ditch banks at the edges and you will cer tainly lessen the infestation next year. * —x — We are pulling for ou/ two boys, 'Robert Hogan and Eugene Howerton, that are on the State Judging team that is going to compete in the national stock judging contest for boys in Atlanta. We are sure that they are going to reflect credit on the county end I feel like that they are going to “bring home the bacon”. We are backing them in a substan tial way too, as our progressive, banks have each given $50.00, and $75 has been obtained otherwise for the training of these boys. They have been sent with the other members of STAKKVILLE (MISS.) NEWS the state team to visit soma of the big herds of Mississippi and of sev eral of the northern states. They sir-ee, bob! quality plus Camels ex choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the most wonderful cigarette smoke you W statement is to compare Camels puff-by-puff with any cigarette in Camels have a mild mellowness that wk Wri vrW, w/lltWl is as new to you as it is delightful. JI ’SB Yet, that desirable “body” is all there! iflf Your say-so about Camels will be: Camels are sold everywhere in scientifically sealed pucka net 20 cigarettes 200 cigarettes) a glassine-paper-covered carton. Wo ttCSMB strongly recommend this carton for the homo or oOics supply or when you travel M Winston-Salem, N. C. I have also received instruction at sev eral of the northern Agricultural Colleges and at the Tri-State Fair. This ought to be some inspiration to the club boys of the county to be come good stock judges.