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VOL. 5 Tke policy of tke Ford Motor Company to sell its cars for tke lowest possikle price, consisent witk de pendable quality, is too well known to requires com ment. Therefore, because of present conditions,tkerc can )e no ckange in tke prices of Ford cars: || | Runabout - - $500.00 i Touring Car - - 525.00 Coupelet - - - 650.00 Sedan - - 775.00 Truck Chassis - 550.00 THESE PRICES F. O. B. DETROIT J. H. Smith & Cos. SALES AGENTS STARKVILLE* MISS. i-• 'k 1 j CLOSING * OUT * SALE Beginning Saturday, Feb. 1, and Closing Saturday, Feb. 15 Here is your one grand ckance to buy Clotking and Skoes. Tke values we are going to give in,tkis Price Smssking Sale will stand witkout question as tke greatest of tke year, Donut let prejudice of sales influence you. Don t let aoubt sway you. Come, sec witk your own eyes tkat every word we utter in our advertising is absolutely true. Again we tell you: Here is tke Fountain seat of Econmy. Buy skoes and Clotking. Buy for now and tke future. MENS' SHOES One lot of Beacon Shoes, button and lace in tan, black t and “gun metal. Regular price $6.00.di y w Closing Out Sale price L u One lot gun melal button and lace Shoes, OfL ular price $4 00. Closing Out Sale price4'^* One lot good absolutely solid all leather 'Shoes. Regular $5 00 shoe, Sale price $1 75 One lot Brogan Shoes , ..HIHIM* M.I.HIM 4MMMN. MilMh IMHH. ladies' shoes One lot odds and ends in Ladies’ patent leath-d* t QA er and gun metal Shoes. Closing Sale 4* A. Z/O One lot of gray and brown Kid Boots, regular d* £ qa S7OO quality. Closing Out sale price Zpj t Z/\J One lot of brown kid and calf walking QA Regular price 9.00. Closing Out Sale priced* •'U One lot of (tun Metal Bools worth 5 00. Closed* 2 ing Out Sale price Space does not permit us to give a full price list, tut all articles are going at great reduction. M. Rossoff, Starkville, Miss. STARKVILLE, MISSISSIPPI JAN. 30, qi9. Nine O’clock Walking Boots, regular price ~ qQ 5.00. Closing Out Sale Price We have on hand a big line of Boys . Mis ses and Children's Shoes which We Will close out at a sacrifice . MENS' SUITS This lot of suits Is a delayed shipment that should have arrived before the holi days. They are fine garments, the latest models in the choicest fabrics, beautiful examples of FRANCO*MEDAL master tailoring. It They Had Only Come a Month Sooner! But that is the use of complaining; they are here oh our hands and there is nothing to do nov but cut prices to insure quick DEMOSTRATION NOTES Orchadi Hurry up and let me have your order for fruit trees, The order will be given to the nursery next week. Fertilizer We are planning to buy fertili sers, acid phosphate, nitrate of soda, and complete fertilizers in car lots. Definite plans will be announced within (he next few days. Acid phosphate will cost about $25 00 F. O. ti. Starkville, If you want to buy in a co-opera live shipment make out a list of what you want once. Bulletins We have a large selection of Farmers’ Bulletins of the U. 8. De partment of Agriculture, in my office. If you are interested in reading matter of this kind, I will be glad to send you copies of bul* Utins. Pure--Bred Sires A tew counties in the state are making an effort to get rid of the scrub sires in their livestock breed ing. In Oktibbeha county we have too many little scrubby bulls, boars, stallions and roosters. The old saying that "the sire is half the herd, is true and we should try to improve the herd by using bet ter sires. I have a bulletion on Co-operative Bull Associations that might interest yon. J. T. West, Bmeigency Demontration Agent Our good friend Prof, Davet 4 - port, of the Aberdeen Weekly doesn't seem to know when a man is (dead. He is still boosting the late J. K * Hchool Supertendaut Scruggin* took advantage of between trains Friday morning by visiting Ack. erman, regarding educational mat* tars. disposal. So here they go in our CLOSING OUT SALE together with all other Franco- Medal suits at the following prices: All $30,00 Suits now- $23.50 All $25.00 Suits now —519.50 All $20.00 Suits now $15,00 One lot Corduroy Suits_ $9.50 BOYS' SUITS One lot of s* up to ao, worsterd, serges and .mixitre Regular price 15,00. will go at our<t* . - ~ • Closing Out Sale for • Ultlttlll. >•••••■ Ml • . Itliix One lot of regular 9,00 suits, sale price 7 ' One lot 8.00 suits, sale price iiittmi 5.90 No. 23 Wellborn is Heard From Editor Times; I beg to take o ft ray hat in greatful acknowledgement to the writer iu your last issue who refers so complimentary to me as a pos •ible candidate for the State Senate, A few good men have allready spoken to me about it, and it takes a very few to persuade a man to run for office, Permit me to say at this time that 1 would like to fill this office for the next term if circumstances permit. I have some important legislation that I would like to bring before our next law making body, and if I am able to be a candidate, time 1 will announce in every newspaper iu the county. In this year of world peace, when far reaching world problems are being settled, with humble and greatful hearts we ought to, and 1 believe we will, leave out of this election all factional bitter • ness and vote tbe for the man sob* It upon his ability and character to fill the office. Yours trully, John H. WellbuHN. Rebeckah's Elet Officer* Ridgeley Hebekah Assembly I. 0. 0- F. at its meeting Tuesday night elected tbe following officers for tbe ensuing term) NoblejGrand, Miss Edlena Ware, Vice Grand, Mrs. Kitty Bush, Secetary, Mrs. E. M, Ranck, Rep resentative to Grand Assemble Mrs. W. A, Hamer, Alernate, Mrs, E. N. Buntiu. Mr, Babe Shropshire from near Sturgis was in the city Tuesday) He reports bis neighdorhood iti fine condition. He says tbe perf pie have mad* good crops atui saved more more meat than usual, most of them having a surplus for sale.