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Wm WARD, Editor. I J. GILL and R. H & F. L. WIER Illinois Central WESTBOUND Leaves No 203 Passenger 7:55 a. m No 291 Local Freight 8:55 a. m No 235 Passenger 4:13 p. m, EASTBOUND Leaves No 234 11:10 a. m No 292.... 1:17 p. mj No 204 7:25 p. ui A Splendid Showing, The financial statement of the Merchants and Farmers Bank can be found in this issue. This pop ular and progressive banking house makes a splendid showing for this time of year. Since the organiza tion of the Merchants & Fanners Bank it has grown steadily in strength and popularity. At Baltimore. As the Times goes to press no nomination has been made at Balti more. Underwood. Clark, Wilson and Hannon are before the conven tion with the chances in favor of Clark. Bryan, Hearst, Kern, Gay nor and others are regarded as dark horses. Odd Fellows Elect. At the regular meeting Thursday night Ridgeley Lodge No. 23 elect ed officers as follows: Win. Ward, Noble Grand, H. B. Porter, Vice Grand. The Secretary and Treasurer hold over until next term. Deputy Sheriff Rufus M- Nickels has been confined to his room with fever for the past week. His nu merous 0 friends will be glad to learn that he is improving. ■——in in m n ■mu iiwh 11 iii i min |- i i• - -- 553 * il |*!**j**^^|****"^***|^? 1 r^^^ryf ,t-Tr-T-- -&*mmmaK—rm-nien. .v^e—, -w-v w '. s^l,',aWJoiSaW^*'sS!f^^.3SjJSni*a3TO®a^^?jifci-iaiitt3Et'ili - WaC-rai.i ; r^MnWMßWM*M|l^^^^Mi^B^^WPlWW^^^Biyjß^^^aaa^JrUftHWrßlMMt^^K*il^^w*^|^*Hgß>' 111 mmmimmms'—— sibmb— .——waMMi *m—mmmmmm—mßrn^^i^mmaammmmm—mmmm—maammamm^^m^^^m 111 A Sale Without Precedent in Starkville 111 The Host Stupendous Basgain Event of ail the Times, Rossoffs entire stock of high class Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Ladies and Gents Furnishings, Millinery, )|| etc., will be thrown on the market without reserve in a Gigantic red-hot Cash Realization and PnceCWreckmg Sale. HI Don’t Miss this Great Sale of Modern Seasonable Herchandise. The Prices Will Astonish Voii.’- II FOR PRICFS SEE BIG CIRCULAR. V' K Married. Miss Louise Miller daughter of Mr. W. H. Miller of this city, and one of Starkville’s well-known and popular young ladies was married at Archillion, Ark., last Wednes day, June 26th to Mr. Wiley Ste phens, who is a worthy young bus iness man. The marriage took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Guy Mason, whom the bride was visiting, The Times extends con gratulations. Motion Picture Show for Starkville. Messrs. Raymond Goodman and N. D. Montague are arranging to open a first class up to date motion picture show in the Quinn building on South Main street. The place will be fitted up for comfort, and [ everything that goes to make up a modern show has been ordered. Starkville needs a place of amuse ment for the summer and we hope the promoters of this show will be liberally patronized. K. of P. Elect Officers. Otibbeha Lodge No. 28 K. of P. at its regular meeting Tuesday night elected the following officers. W. I). Chadwick, Chancellor Commander. B. W. Anspon, Vice Chancellor. W. A. Jordan. Prelate. Win. Ward, Master at Arms. T. G. James, Master of Work. P. M. Elliott, Inner Guard. E. S. Porter, Outer Guard- W. H. Miller, Keeper of Records and Seals. Win. F. Sapp, national commit teeman from Kansas was the only man in the Baltimore convention 1 wearing a silk hat. He must have been a saphead. The warehouse of VV. M. Shuf field, at Maben burned Monday night. Loss about $1,200. No in surance. | Hon, W. W. Magruder spent 1 yesterday in Maben on pvofession ! ul business. Seashore to chokn. ala., via Mobile & Ohio 11, R. Low round trip fares from Corinth, Miss., Citron eMe, Ala., and intermediate agency stations. Tickets on sale for train No. 1 leav ing Corinth 8:35 P. M., every Monday to and including September 23, 1912; also for No. 7 leaving Meridian 7:00 A. M. every Tuesday tbumd including September 24, 1912. (tood tor return, leaving Coden on or before She following Monday. A THROUGH COACH will leave Corinth• on train No. 1 every Mon- 1 day to and including September 23, 1912, ar riving at Cotlcn next morning. Don’t miss the salt water bathing; the excellent Ashing-•nailing’ and boating and enjoy the balmy and restful salt-laden sea breeze. Codes.is the mecca for camping parties, for full information and tickets apply to Ticket'Agents, Mobile & Ohio R. K, C. RUDOLPH, Asst. General Passenger Agent, Mobile, Ala. G, A. GRIFFIN, Trav, Passenger Agent Meridian*. Miss. JOHN M. BEALL. GENERAL PASSENGER AGENT, S®. LOUIS, MISSOURI "‘ ~ ~ [ ~ " _ 1 PHONE 209 | FOR EVERY CLASS &F JOB PRINTING Bi t ratio ru arks r.ml ropyrlKliW obtained nr no ■ R f eo send moddi sketches or photos and-do- ■ U acrlptinn for FREE SEARCH and reueit B H PATENTS BUILD FORTUNES for B ■ you. Our free booklets tell ho a - , .what to indent Hj ■ and save you money. Write today. ID. SWIFT & CO.I PATENT LAWYERS, ■ Seventh St., Washington. D. C. J ZEMO OR YOUR SKIN. I Eczema, Pimples, Rash and All Skin Afflictions Quickly Heated. ! No matter what tins* trouble., eczema, | ebatfng, pimples, salt rheum, iZenio in -1 stiinlly stops irritation.- The cure conies I quick. Stinks right in-.leaving no trace. Zi ‘urn is a vanishing liquid! Ymtr skin ifairly revels with delight the moment |Zemo is applied. GreaSestthing in earth tor dandiraff. jjenro-is prepared by IS. W. Hose Med ' feine Cm, SI. Louis, Mo.,.and is sold by all druggists at $1 a bottle. But to prove Bo you its wonderful value it is now put put up in liberal size trial bottles at only 23 cents-and is guaranteed to do the work iir yoitr money back. U. K. & F L. Weir drag store. STATEMENT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF THE Merchants and Farmers Bank OF STAKKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI, JUNE 14, 1912. Published by direction of Chapter 111, of Mississippi Laws of 1908 RESOURCES. LOANS AND DISCOUNTS. 1. To Officers of the Bank $ 138 95 2. To Stockholders and Owners of the Bank ... 1.053 30 3. To Directors of the Bank 834 28 4. To all others 74,(514 23 $ 76.600 iG Overdrafts 11,512 98 Stocks and Bonds None Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 4,(539 70 Other Real Estate None Due from other Banks 0,817 23 Cash [ltems 944 59 Cash on Hand 3,608 55 Demand Loans 30,000 00 Total $137,173 81 LIABILITIES. Capital Paid In $ 25,000 00 Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes 5,8(59 47 Individual Deposits subject to Check 79,932 45. Time Certificates of Deposit 25,92.1 19 Reserved for Taxes 975 Dividends Unpaid 14 0O Cashier’s Checks Outstanding ••• 59 70 Total ~ $137,173 81 I A. F. Rush, Jr., Cashier Merchants & Farmers Bank, of Starkville, Mississippi, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true, full and exact statement of the Assets and Liabilities of said Bank on the day and date named therein, without combination with the Assets and Liabilities of any other Bank or Branch Bank. A. F. RUSH, .Ik., Cashier. Hwom to and subscribed before me, a Notary Public in and for the County of Oktibbeha Mississippi, this, the 24th day of June 1912. Henry 11. Reynolds, Notary Public. Examined and found correct, so far as a verification of the foregoing footings is concerned. June 26 tb 1912. 1). L. Thompson, Auditor. PHOISE ISO. 290 CITY PRESSING CLUB STARKVILLR, MISS. For Our Quick and Courteous Service and Promp Delivery* Pressing, Cleaning, Repairing, and Laundering Neatly Done for Ladies. Men and Children. J. W. nAXWELL. Propietor.