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VOLXLII [ I x®x®x®x®x®x®xx®x®x®x®x®x©x®x©x®x®x®x©x©x©x©x©x©x©x©©x*x©x©x*x©x*x©x©xfflxai©r.<, T ANARUS.,. ~ 8 I g * XX XXX ‘X‘X'‘ XwX©X©X©X©XvX XvX*l©X©X©X©X©X©X©X®X®X®X® X®X®X®X®X*X®X*Xt®X*t®X®X®X®X®X®X®X©X©X*X©X©l § I Blumenfeld & Fried 1 ■I © , TO . r * -aaaf-a—.i- [;; M I I W11.J., I’LACE ON HALE. HEGINNING | | Sj Monday, December 6th. l| It I *} ' j Their Entire Stock of Women’s Tailored Suits, Rain Coats and Wraps. 11 || Some of the Bargains we are Offering: £ S |- a I I $30.00 SUITS AT - - $20.00 $20.00 RAIN COATS & WRAPS $14.00 1 I I || 25.00 “ “ - - 17.00 17.50 “ “ “ ia.so I I I 22.50 “ “ - - 15.00 15.00 “ “ “ 10.50 | I | 20.00 “ “ - - 15.00 12.50 “ “ “ 8.50 I | 17.50 “ “ - - 12.50 10.00 “ “ “ 6.50 S I || 15.00 “ “- - 11.50 7-50 “ “ “ S.OO \ * I BLUMENFELD & FRIED I | | STARKVILLE, - - - , MISS. j| L®X®X®X®X®X®X®X®X®XX®X®X®X®X®X®X®X©X®X©X®X©X©l©X®X©©X©X©X©X©X©X®X®XOX®X©X©X©X©X©X©X©X©X©X®X®X®X®X®X®X*X*®X*X®MtnttMaXMX*X®X®X®X®X®X®X®X®X®xr • Dr. H. J. Harpole, of Maben, was a visitor here Monday. Misses Mable and Clara Lewis entertained a party of friends Fri day evening. Mrs. J. H. Stillman entertained the Embroidery and Neo Cycle clubs Tuesday afternoon. Misses Mena Blumenfeld, Con stance Gladney, Helen Wier, Lu cy Pierce, Hazle Hogan and Myr tis Crumpton, who are students at the 1.1. &C, spent Thanksgiving at home. A Gignntic CliristpTWvol Snle~fl JO. GUNN’S DRY GOODS. CLOTHING. SHOES, HATS AND GENTS FURNISHINGS I Will be sold here in the store. I need not tell the public that our stock is new and clean. We are 1 offering goods at prices iower than ever heard of before in this country. It will pay you to wait for 1 I the sale. The doors will be dosed Holiday, December 6th, and Tuesday, December 7th, to mark down 1 the stock. Doors will open Wednesday morning, December Bth, at 9 o’clock sharp I O. GUNN, STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI | Miss Lois Mvers of the T. I. & C. spent Thanksgiving with Misses Marion and Lelia Henry. Call at Hearon’s for fresh Christ mas goods. viz: Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Citron, Cranberries, etc. Miss Laura Critz, who came home to spend Thanksgiving re turned to Kosciusko Sunday after noon. Mrs. Jerome Richardson, after spending a couple of months in Starkville, left Monday for her home at Mineral Wells, Texas. STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, DEC. 3, 1909 Rev. R. 11, B. Gladney preached his last sermon for this Confer ence year at the M. E. Church Sun day morning and left this week for Okolona to attend the North Mis sissippi Conference. Mr. Glad ney has served his third year as pastor of the Methodist church, here and during this time has been an earnest and practical worker for the cause of Christianity. His influence for good in Starkville has been wonderful. He has waged a relentless and uncompromising tight against sin and vice in all its forms, and at the same time w m the confidence, respect, and love of both saint and sinner. His good works has not been confined to his co igregulion alone, but is manifest throughout the entire community. According to Conference rules he can only be returned to Starkville for one more year, and wo believe it is the sincere wish of a large ma jority of his congregation, and the people generally, that he ho re turned to coni inne his good work for the fourth and last year allotted him. Hev. J, A. Randolph, who was pastor of the Methodist. 1 church hero several years ago, preached to a large ahd appreciative congrega tion Sunday night. Mr. Randolph is an army chaplain in the Philip pine Islands. He left Monday for Fort Leaven sworlh, Kansas, where Mrs. Randolph will join him and accompany him to to the Phillippines. Mrs. R. T. Edwards enter tained the young people in a de lightful way Saturday evening in honor of Misses Lucy Pierce and Lois Myers, of the I. I. C. NO 49. ’Squire T.J. Harpole, the jo litical oracle of Heat and was in the City Monday looking for state sen atorial timber. Mr. Frank Montgomery of West Point was i„ the city Monday meeting nith old friends and trans acting business. con venient to the southern part of town, carries everything in the staple line of Groceries, Medicines and produce. Prompt delivery, Open late and early. Give us a chance.