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Mr, W. E. Drane, of Osborn,
candidate for the Legislature in the Eastern District, attended the Varclaman Club Monday ev ening, and responded to a ca I for a speech. His address was, brief, pointed, and was enthusi astically received. The millinery opening displays on Wednesday and Thursday drew large crowds of ladles and they were highly elated with the season’s creations. ~ AN INFANT ME HUNDRED YEARS RID TO HE ELECTROCUTED. Pastor Russell Explains Isaiah Ixv, 20 Brooklyn, Mar. 5 sic, was secured. Bvery seat was filled and a few turned away on the occasion of his last dis course here February 5. Today, ho'w sfrer, hundreds were unable to gain admittance and are promising them selves to go earlier next time. It looks as though a still larger auditorium should be sought Pastor Russell translated his text to read, “Thenceforth there shall be no snore (death of) an infant of days, nor of an old man who hath not filled his days; for the dying one shall be but a child at a hundred years old—a sinner a hundred years old shall be accursed” —cut off from life. He pointed out from the text that this statement is a prophecy respecting the future—re specting the time when Messiah’s Kingdom will rule thfe world. The verses following the text, he said, in dicate clearly that in that glorious Epoch landlordism will be a thing of the past People will build their own houses and inhabit them; plant their own vineyards and enjoy the fruit thereof. They give a description of the period when sin will be giving place to righteousness; and sorrow and death will be giving place to happiness and life—perfect and lasting. Two Salvations Taught In tho Bible. All of us In the past have misread our Bibles and not noticed that there are two salvations. One will be to heav enly conditions like unto the angels, where there will be no planting, no building, etc. This is the salvation of fered from Pentecost to the present rimA, to the faithful few who walk in the footsteps of Jesus and make their “calling and election sure.” The other aalvation will be an earthly one. It will recover mankind from sin, degra dation, sorrow and death, to human perfection, to earthly palaces, in a world-wide Paradise restored. But this earthly blessing or salvation has not come 'to' mankind as yet and cannot come before its time. St. Peter tells us that those “times of restitution of all things which God hath spoken by the mouth of all the holy prophets since the world began” will begin at the Second Coming of Christ —after he shall have selected the saintly few who will constitute his Bride, his joint-heirs, la his glory, honor and immortality— his associates in the Messianic King dom. Living and Dead—Just and Unjust. Pastor Russell declares that God’s provision for the Church will include not only those alive tt the Second Coming of Christ, but also, by a resur rection change, all those who have fallen asleep in Christ throughout this Gospel Age. These will constitute the “first resurrection,” and as priests of God and Christ will reign with him a thousand years (Revelation rs, 4). Just so also, the earthly blessings will include not only the people living At the time of the inauguration of that Reign of Righteousness, but also, as the Redeemer said, “All that are in their graves*’—the evil as well as the' good. The saintly ones coming forth will have their reward immediately, because of their faithfulness during] their trial time, which precedes the) trial time of the world. Then the mas*] of mankind, aside from the Ohurchn wSB all be brought to a knowl4 edge of the Truth-heathen and oMJ Used—none will any longer be allows® to grope In darkness or to be by Baton and the attraction* will Ir * - GOME Stugris, Friday 24th. ' =and—— Starkville, 25th. Hon.|. K. Vardanian Will address the voters ot Oktibbe ha County in behalt of his candida cy for U. S. Senate of Mississippi. It is the intention of Mr. Yafda man’s friends to organize a Voters Club on that day at the close of the speaking, and it is desired that as many of his friends throughout the county as can, will be present. Club lists will be circulated in every community in the county between now and then. Don’t fail to join this Club whether you attend the speaking or not. Everybody Invited to Come The Ladles are Especially Invited. Speaking Begins at 1 O’clock p. m. at Both Places . to me glory of God the Father. Hundred-Year Old Children. In the beginning, before our race had fallen so far into death, some of Its members lived to be several hun dred years old, and that under the un favorable conditions of the curse thorns, thistles, etc. At that time, said the Pastor, human kind who were only a hundred years old were but as children. Today, after six thousand years of experience under the fall, centenarians are rare—and these are old men returning to second childhood. The restitution processes of Emanuel’s reign of righteousness will have so up lifting and blessed an effect on man kind as to bring back, not only strength of morals and of mind and of will, but also physical strength youth, vigor. Every man will have a century of schooling, of Instruction, of prepara tion for living. Open and violent sin, wickedness and Injury to others will not be permitted at that time at aIL Nevertheless, there will be many op portunities for testing, proving, teach ing mankind. The disobedient will receive punishments, “stripes.” The well-doers will be blessed, rewarded, uplifted. But after having enjoyed a century of such schooling and correc tion in righteousness, those still resist ing the Divine regulations will be sen tenced, as sinners, to be “cut off*' from life. Mr. M. Rdssoff is spending the week in St. Louis, purchasing a “Spring stock. Mr. W. H. Gunn made a busi ness trip to West Point, Wednes day. Mr. Morris Meyers, of Selma, Ala., on his return Sunday morn ing, from a business trip to Port Worth. Texas, joined Mrs. Mey er and the children here, where they for some time visited in the home ot Mrs. Meyer’s pa rents, Col. and Mrs. Simon Pried, They left Wednesday for their Alabama home. TRUSTREE SALE. WHEREAS, M. E, Hutchinson exe cuted and delivered to G.~ Odie Daniel as Trustee, a certain Trust deed, dated November Ist, 190 G and duly recorded In trust deed book number 104 on page 153 in the office of Chancery Clerks of Oktibbeha County, State of Mississippi Conveying to said Trustee the following described property, situated in Oktib beha County, Mississippi, to wit: Out house and lot in the Village of Sturgis. Oktibbeha Couhty, Mississipsi, describ ed as being the West half of Lot No. 2. Block No. 4, said Village of Sturgis, and more particularly described as be ginning at the Southwest corner of the G. E. Galceran lot and running thence West 20 feet, thence North 100 feet, thence East 20 feet, thence South 100 feet to point of beginning. Said house being erected upon the above described lot, two stories high, with metal walls and roof, and attached to the G, E. Galceran house and Jot which lies on the East, all the same being on the Main Street or thoroughfare of the said Village of Sturgis. To secure certain indebtedness named in said trust deed, and payable to Mrs. Jim Anna Quinn, Gdn., and said indebtedness haying be come past due and still remaining un paid, and the said undersigned Trustee, having been requested by the said ben eficiary and the legal owner of said ind ebtedness to execute the trust contained in said trust deed and to foreclose same by sale of property conveyed therein as provided in said trust deed. Now therefore I, the undersigned trustee, by virture of the provision ol said-trust deed will proceed to sell all the above described property at the front door of the Court house in Stark ville, Oktibbeha County, Mississippi# to the highest bidder for cash at public auction on the 17th day of April A. D. 1 1911 between the hour of 11 o’clock a, m. and 4 o’clock p. m. of the day to sat jgly B aid indebtedness together with all the lawful cost and expenses of execut ing this trust. Dated 22nd. day of March, A. D. 1911. G. ODIE DANIEL, Trustees. THE SOUTHERN RURALIST I ATLANTA, GEORGIA I ;, ■.ls Without doubt tbd I Ourl iV . 9.0 c'fc P. Ci iT •: most practical most H n R-% interesting and valu ■ ! |N e oU |Jj l^ : j i n (^ arin mon^ ’ C qJ tains S 24 & to : a ji vtstock account . Jo pages, and covers every department of lh'*Mr£Bj<% the farm and home. It is worth much more I than the subscription * ' : V rx V.'7:T ’.J • *i • ' ’ S price of 50c per year. 4 1 The editors are all : 3gr~ practical farmers and * - * know what they are m | & r ] writing about I The first issue of I aCh / I / > °" t rtl S 8 (^ B i? . ... -..t mid-month issue, are I of great practical val tepY ' -rr ' ne . Hundreds of dollars yj i; :)?\z are paid to subscribers for K •'•" x-.< - ' ;, , . articles each year, and the fv . ; .rV *~ -’ * experienceof these writers rf ‘ _ . •=-: —, i will be worth hundreds of m rF¥v*r /25, f)(H) 'Copies jS ce* ; Month I; dollars to you. } 3 I^V-r— ———' —, ! ’ v ../ •'■-::•'•■■ . v ~ Sample copy FREE. And The Starkvill© News for $1.25 FROST PROOF MISSISSIPPI GROWN CABBAGE PLANTS. Standard varieties of Cabbage, Cauliflower, Lettuce, TomTito, s Lgg plant and Pepper plants. 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