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I* SOMETHING NEW 1 i IN STARKVIkItE- 5 $ IPIAITOS OEOAN3 J < Why buy Pianos and Organs away from home when $ | you can get the best makes from STILLMAN ? 5 \ Everett Bush £ Girts ivers & Pond $ Chlckerlng £ Sons Smith £ Barnes I and Forbes’ Pianos and other good makes. ! I HRBERBJ-K3E J [ These instruments will be sold cheap for Cash, or J ' on easy payments. We also sell Sheet Music and all 5 ( the latest songs. Give me a call. # I C. IT. STILLMAN, j | CLOSING OUT | SiLET I -AT- | M. ROSSOFF’Si STARKVILLE, MISS. I | The entire stock -consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps, * Notions, Ladies and Men’s Furnish- i * ings, and all other goods to be found W I in an up-to-date Department Store will be sold during the Ten Days of “ this sale at actual cost. SS SALE OPENS I Thursday, June 24,1909| This new stock from start to finish -will be cl put on display and marked in plain figures yj Not anticipating the disastrous rains and ( s bad crop prospects we bought too heavy V this season and it is our policy to never carry 32 over goods from one season to another, !! therefore we have decided to close out the 11 stock at COST. , * , You have attended Sales before, but never j in all your whole experience have you ever 3S attended one in which the amazing charact- J ers of the offerings equaled that of this Sale. VJ You will be unable to believe the values of- m fered until you see with your own eyes and t; become convinced. Don’t wait until the |P | best of everything has been picked over, but come To-day. ' | 1 NEVER, NEVER HAVE YOU SEEN SUCH VALUES LIKE THESE. $ ML ROSSOFF NEXT DOCR TO POSTOFFICE I Starkviiie - - = riississippl. 1 STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, JUNE if, iqoq. 1 I" Memory 01 Airs. Janie Ycntes. I It is with Lowed heads and sad dened hearts, that we, the mem bers of the Home and Foreign Miss ionary societies of the Meth odist church, offer this tribute of love to the memory of our dear friend, Mrs. Janie Yeates. The years have been many since the name of Mrs. Janie Yeates was added to our roll, During these years, there has not been a time when her allegiance ever failed us, Never a time when her heart was not always in our work, bidding us “go forward,” Failing health and weakness of body, often kept her away from our meetings, yet we knew that she was ever with us in spirit and that her prayers were ours in the Master’s work. Such a life can have no end —we feel its influence as we enter our church and our eyes rest upon the vacant pew, we feel it again in the Sunday School, where for many years she so faithfully taught the “Stranger’s Class”. Every plant and flower that blossoms in her well loved garden, breathes out a fragrant memory of the dear hands that so freely gave of her store to help the needy—a a life of unselfishness and full of thought for others. While we sorrow ami our hearts cry out for her in our human need —yet we “Lift our eyes unto the Hills, whence eometh our help,” knowing that “He giveth his be loved sleep” and that, "He doeth all things well.” May the dear Father whom she so loved and honored, comfort and bless those dear ones in the home, who so sadly miss her ‘•Friend after friend departs. Who hath not lost a friend? There is no union here of hearts, That finds not here an end. Were this frail world our final rest. Living or dying, none were blest, Beyond the llightof time, Beyond this vale of death. There surely is some blessed dime Where life is not a breath. Nor life’s affections, transient fire hose sparks fly upward and expire. There is a world above, Where parting is unknown, A long eternity of love formed for the good alone. And faitli beholds the dying here Translated to that happier sphere.” Alice Wier, Yettie W. Wallace, Lucie M. Turner. Rev. J. Lundy Jslkes. “Go out and preach the gospel to thine own people,” has been the maxim followed by Rev. J, Lundy Hikes, a native Mississippi an, who is devoting his talents and energies to the Episcopal missson work in Chickasaw, Clay, Noxu bee ond Oktibbeha counties. Mr, Hikes has been engaged in this work about three years, having during that period declined sever al flattering offers from other com munities, and his labors have been so faithful and have been crowned with such signal successes that they deserve more than a perfunc tory notice. Negotiations are now pending for the purchase of a lot in Htark ville, a town where there has nev er been an Episcopal church, and the erection of a House of the Lord there is planned in the near future, Finding a small nucleus of com municants in Brooksville. Mr. Hykes has commenced holding ser vices in that town, and it is hop ed, that an early date a chapel will be erected there. Mr. Hykes has exercised his en tire ministry in his own section of the Htate, and has declined nu merous trails from prosperous pat ishes, believing in a long neglect ed field. In his noble work Mr, Hikes has received not only words of en e mragement but assistance of a more substantial chaiaeter from Episcopal ministers and their con- H i _ S [©] June Sale - Now in Full Blast. * Never has a sale been so much appreciat ed by the buying public as our June sale. Our store has been continually crowded since Wednesday, June 16th, opening day, and almost without exaeptionall are full of the highest praise of the BARGAINS They are receiving. There are yet hundreds of bargains that have never been touched; nJ/ Come while they are here. BARGAINS IN EVERYTHING. gARGAIN USE. STARKVILLE, MISS. S-. * 1 S' I "M gregations in various towns and cities throughout East Mississippi. The congregation of Ht Paul’s church in this city gave their East er Day offering in 1908 toward the building of the Okolona church, and in 1909 similar offerings at several churches, supplemented by contributions from the Hunday schools, were given toward the purchase of a lot in Htarkville,— Columbus Dispatch. Rev. M, K. Thornton, the belov ed Baptist minister of Htarkville, Miss., lias accepted a call to the pulpit of the First Baptist church at Bessemer, Ala., and will leave Htarkville about the Ist of July to take up his new work. Mr. Thornton has been in charge of the Htarkville church for the past ten years and has performed a faithful work in that community. He is loved and respectei. not on ly. by the members of bis own church, but by the Christian peo ple generally of that city, and his labors have exerted a splendid in fluence upon the young men of (lie A. & M College with whom he has been thrown in close contact and to whom he has been called upon to preach often. Mr, Thornton is well known in Columbus and has a large circle of friends whose best wishes and kindly interest and iffection will always attend him in nis new field. He wu- in this city on Monday and renewel many pleasant associations and friend ships while here.—Columbus Dis patch. Mrs. T. \\, Woodward, and iss Lida (Vi!/, went to (I .'ten woo I last Friday to sttemt he Forego convention of the Methodist Church. STATEMENT' 8 KIIOWINC} TIIK C’ONIHTIO.N OF TIIK Security State Sftan/c, OF STARK VH.LK. MISSISSIPPI. OX JUNE 2. 1909. Published by direction of Chapter 14 of Mississippi Code of IfltMl. KKHOUKCKS Conns and Discounts on personal endorsements, real es tate or collateral securities $ m3 J4O 70 Overdrafts .i." 88 430 14 J , . onil . H 7 000 Oo l)ii<* from tlnr JJanks t 'ash on hand.... ‘ ‘. Is (till 111 County and City Warrant* U Qgj ($ Totrtl 842 474 00 LIAHILITIKS. Capital paid in ;$ 2 7 600 00 tr" r n n : I 750 00 UnumU it I routs, less expenses and tax', 32 010 27 /nilivhinal Deposits siihjeet to Cheek ’ ’ .', j))|j 4j 2 4il Time Certilleales of De]msit ... ... ..“ 74 072 !( j) Cashier’s Cheeks ..' .'.'.'.V. 220 00 |j Total 042 474 00 II OF TUKABOVK AMOUNT OF LOAN'S AN it DistJOCVTS To olHeers of the liahk.. ; None To Directors of the Hank.. ... . . None To Stockholders of the Hank ... .. . 2 100 00 L WIKT CAKPUNTICH. Cashier of Security State Hank of Starkville. .Mississippi, do hereby certify that the'foreisolni; is a true foil anil exact stall of the Assets and l.i ibilitles of said Hank on I lie 'lay and date named therein, as shown I).- the hooks of stole u Wllt't' CAKI'KNTKK. Cashier. Sworn to and subscribed before me. a Chancery Clerk in and for the County of Oktibbeha. Mis-ls-ippi. this the 15thd iv of .June, juoit . K. O. Mi lI,WAiN. Chancery Clerk. I Examined and found correct This June 1(1 1110!). K, J. SMITH. Auditor. SCHOOL OF SOULE COLLEGE. NEW ORLEANS, LA. / —\ /I ® 110u , 1 5 *>* b*t training to pre / 1 vntra // & are tht “ for linen in business. / I I >OUn f / // Personal Instruction, Free Bmplov / J*r< St/ n' n i D e p , f ! rtm, 2 t ' Complete Colb . Offices LU *** Btor ® a “ d wholer to secure ate —l/ fSIS dents. Through tbe success o f i J 32000 former students, Soule Collr,. w . “ conled ererywhere as a W PopoUr * od bu ’ ; - . ■ ORO. SOULE * SOWS, NO. 25.