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PAINS SWELLINCSfr INFLAMATION v ri, M V \ ». ,v •v \ w X s of any kind are quickly relieved and permanently oured by the old and trustworthy preparation known as Dr. Hunt's Rangum Root Liniment (Th# King of all LlnimonU) Do not take any risk using substitute when this lini ment is eo well and favorably known—insist on Dr. Hunt'*. For Sprained Ankle Backache. Sideaohe, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Swollen Muscles, Stiff Joints, Rheumatism, Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Swellings and Inflammations of any description there is nothing that will do so much good, allay the pain, relieve the inflammation, reduce the swelling as Dr. Hunt's Rangum Root Liniment Chicago, 111. SPURLOCK-NEAL COMPANY, Nashville, Tenn. Sir: I have been using your Rangum Liniment for fifteen year* and have derived great benefit therefrom, and hava recommended it to my friends who have used it with benefit Yours truly, J. O. BARRY. Erin, Tenn. RANGUM ROOT MEDICINE COMPANY, Nashville, Tenn. Gents: 1 sell more Rangum Root Liniment than all other Imi mente combined. I think it the beet liniment made. a E. MeAULEY. Nashville, Tenn. Dear Sirs: About one year ago I eprained my arm severely. I used Rangum Root Liniment on it, rubbing it morning and evening and it oured me in a few days. 1 cordially recommend Rangum Root Liniment as being the best of all Liniments. ... Respectfully, A. V. NEWMAN. Remember Rangum Root Liniment is good for every thing a good liniment is good for. Buy a bottle of Dr. Hunt's Rangum Root Liniment of your druggist today and try it—two size bottles 26 and 60 cents. If you cannot get it remit direct to MMUN ROOT MEDICINE COMMIT #1 SPURLOCK-NEAL CO., Sol* Prapitotwi, NtihillU, Tan. j \ Big Sacrifice Sale On account of the death or my wife, Mrs. C. S. Rosenthal, I am compelled to change the style of the firm and business. I will therefore sell the entire stock of the firm of C. S. Rosenthal consist ing of Dry Goods, Clothing, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, and Fur niture, at very low prices, in fact at and below cost. Nothing reserved. Everything most go. ♦ H. A. ROSENTHAL. ' mm m f 'WSJ' 9W&L& A m UU For tale at LEWIS*HERRMAN CO'S., NEW T088ERY SHOP. W. J. McGee, of Jackson, was here Monday. R. H. Owen was here from Frank lin Saturday. Mrs. W. W. Wynn, of Reeves, was here shopping Manhattan Shirts at LewiB-Herrman Co's New Toggery Shop. E. H. Crippen, of Columbus, passed through here enroute to his old home near Acona Monday. Mrs. Julia McDonald and son, Wat son, of Eulogy visited Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Porter last week. Miss Mary'Keirn, of Kosciusko,and Mrs. T. G. James, of Sharkey, are visiting their parental home. Onr Deputy Chancery Clerk, 0. F. Nixon, is spending the week on his farm, installing new gin machinery. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Stigler, Mrs. C. A. Loftrom, D. B. Stigler and J. P. Williams left Monday night tor the World's Fair. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. We do it right. Lewis-Herrman Co's Tailoring Dep't. Hugh lteid, after au absence of four months in the employ of tbe rail road in tbe swamp came out Sunday and apent several days with relatives sod friends. Yonr suit cleaned, pressed and repaired free of charge for three months. Ask us. Lewis-Herrman Co. Thos. Shepherd, Harry McCain, W. C. McBee, and Jesse Walton left yes terday for Jeffereon Military college at Washington, Miss. R. G. Wentworth, of Pickens, a well known and most successful commercial traveller, made onr town a business visit Tuesday. Dunlap Fine Shoes at Lewis-Herr man Co's New Toggery Shop. Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Swinney and Master Kirby Land left Monday eve ning for the World's Fair to and wit ness the celebration of Mississippi day. Capt. D. G. Pepper has been at borne again looking unusually well. Rut the Captain ia a handsome man at any time and anywhere—-Sasdis Reporter. Manhattan Shirts at Lewis-Herrman Co's New Toggery Shop. Miss Effie Moore left Mondty mor ning for Hattiesburg to take oharge of a school. We are proud to know that when it comes to intellectual at tainments, as well as good looks, onr young ladies are always found in the highest grade. Died. Miss Mona Causey died Friday eve nine of last week at the home of her parents, aged twenty-tWo years. Con gestion was the cause of her untime ly death. The funeral services, con ducted by Rev. C. T. Kincannon, took place at Hebron church Saturday morning at ten o'clock. Miss Causey was an exceptionally young lady. Being well educated and by reason of her amiable disposi tion and force of character having no difficulty in the management of child ren,she was an ideal teacher, whose hervices were in constant demand. She was a consistent member of the Baptist church. Her great populari ty was attested by the great number that attended the funeral and the flowers with which loving hands cov ered the grave. To her parents, brothers and sisters we tender sincere sympathy in their great sorrowed bereavement. The reunion of the 15th Mississippi Regiment of ex-Confederates held at Durant yestrday was a most pleasant affair and the people of Durant de serve great credit for their interest in the matter. Hon. Edgar West was master of ceremonies and soon after the arrival of the Lexington train introduced Hon. W. P. Tackett to the audience. Mr. Tackett spoke of the questions that brought on the war and of the courage and constancy of the Confederate soldier and of the sacrifices of the people at home to aid the cause for which their sons and husbands fought, was not only well received but wap frequently applauded. Capt. J. W. Mitchell, the adjutant of the 15th, who has been a citizen of Morreiton, Ark., for twenty years was present and was called on for a speech, to which he responded, pleasantly en tertaining the crowd for a short time. Col. Binford the last commander of the 16th, was introduced by Mr. West and delivered a historic speech of the war and the achievements of the Confederate soldier. At the end of the colonel's speech dinner was an nonneed. The best of barbecued meats of beef, hog, mutton and chickens fixed up in all styles of cul inary science, besides everything else in abundance. To sum it all up it was a most enjoyable meeting of comrades that will be long remem bered. Weeks-Rogerc—On lastW ed nesda) morning, Sept. 7lli, (It tbe residence of tbe brido's parent) near Emory, Mi. John Fiankliu Weeks and Misa Georgia Rogers were united in tbe holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. C. Z. Berry bill, of Durant. Tbe marriage was very quiet, only a few friends being present to witness the ceremony, Mr. Weeks is a prospe rous and influential business man of Helm, Miss. As yet there lias but a short acquaintance between Mr. Weeks and the people here, but be enjoys tbe esteem of all hejliasjmet, while the bride is tbe lovely and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H- C. Rogers, one of tbe most high ly isteemed familfes of Emory The bride never looked lovelier than Ibis occasion, she being tasteful ly dressed iu tbe daintiest of white silks. Immediately after tbe cere mony the happy couple left for St. Loui* where they will spend several weeks and on their return they will visit relatives; tben they will go to their future home at Helm, tender our sincere congratulations to this happy couple and wish for them a happy and prosperous future and may they always be happy as they now are. on We A Guest. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. We do it right. Lewis-Herrman Co's Tailoring Dep't. J. W. Lee, of Adair, one of Carroll county's prominent citizens and for mer member of the Board of Super visors of that county, was a business visitor to our city Tuesday. The Holmes County Bar passed re solutions of regret at the untimely death of Judge Stevens at their meeting yesterday afternoon. We will publish the same in onr next is sue. Yonr suit cleaned pressed and re paired free of charge for three months. Ask us. Lewis-Herrman Co. License to marry was issued on September 10th to J. T. Moore, of Dnrant, and Miss M. J. McGee. Rev. C. A. Leach performed the ceremony. The Advertiser extends congratula tions. Abe! Rathel, after a week's visit to his people here, left Monday for New Orleans. Abel is in the employ of a large railroad contractor and commands a fine salary. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. We do it right. Lewis-Herrman Co's Tailoring Dep't. Mr. Louis Herring, who lias been with the Banner Lumber Co., at Kentwood, La., for the past year, spent a few days here tbe lattei pait of last week. He left Monday for Lexington where he has acoepl ed a position with the Lexington Dry Goods Co.—Vaiden News. Full-dress suits for rent at onrNew Toggery Shop. Lewis-Herrman Co. The stockholders of the new Mer chants & Farmers Bank held a meet ing here Monday morning and organ ized by electing the following officers: President, Morris Lewis; Vice Preei dent, Fred Attneave; Cashier, J. B. Cunningham; Assistant Cashier, J. M. Dyer; Directors: W. L Jorden, W. K. Darden, W.H. Brewer, Joe Rosenthal, J. B. Cunningham, J. M. Dyer and Morris Lewis. The bank will open bnsiness, with a paid np capital of 1100,000.00, Feb. 2d, 1905. Dr- J. H. Byrd came bp from Zeig lervill# Tuesday e^enin# and that might had conferred on him fart of the Capitular degrees. W ^tem-Bloqi 'Smart Clothes A \ > \ For nit at LEWIS-HERriMAN CO'S., NEW T0A8ERY SHOP. NEW SHOP My barbershop is new ly furnished throughout, and skillfnl workmen only are employed. Give me a trial. Satisfaction guaranteed. Chalmers Hammond Bank Annex Shaving Parlor Citation Notice. No. m Mary Mathews "| V . / Eil. Mathews. To Ed. Mathews whose post office and place or realdenoa Is unknown. You are hereby cotn manded to appear berore the Chanoery oourt ot Holmes county. In the atate of Mississippi, at term of said oourt to be held on tbe 4th Mon day in November, A. D. ltd at the court house lnthelowu of Lexington, county and state aforesaid, on tbe first day of said teim, then acd there to plead, answer or demur to bill of complaint of Mary M.lhews to whloh you are the defendant. Witness my signature ibis the 8th day of September 1604. Parham Williams, Clark Commissioner's Sale. Jobu H.Albtoft al 1 VS > J. T. Nereis Cause No. 8 8 on the of Holme* County. Mississippi. By virtue of the authority conferred ou me as special commlaaloner of the Chanoery oourt of Holmes county, Mile., by deoree of said court, rendered In above said oause on tbe 6tb day of March, 1901, at tbe regular March term, 1904, thareof, I wlU offer for aate on Monday, tbe 8rd day of October, 1904, within legal h> urs at the south door of the oourt house In Lex ington. Mlaa., at public outory the following described lend situated In HoImesoounty.Mlss. towlt: E.M of 8. B.Mof See. 17, T 14 R 1 E, 1 will require a deposit of 20 per oent of tbe purobase price of the eucoeeafnl bidder as a guarantee of the payment of the remainder of the parohaae money at the time of the execu tion of the deed to the parohaaer and will re serve the right to collect this year'a rente on on aald land. Said sale will be oondnoted ac cording to the law and according to the terms of said deoree which Is recorded In the Chan oery oourt mlnu tee of said county In Book 8, page 193. Witness uiy signature this 7th day of September, 1904. W. W. Wilburn, Special Commissioner. general Chanoery Docket Citation Notice. } No. 963. Ellen Fill* Jobu Falla To John Falla whose poet offloe and place of resldenoe la unknown. You are hereby com manded to appoar before the obauoery oourt ot Holmes oounty In the state Of Mlastsalppl, at term of said oourt to be held on the 4th Mon day In November A. D. 1804 at toe oourt houaa, In the town of Lexington, oounty and state aforesaid, on the first day of said term, tben and there to plead, answer or demur to bill of oomplalnt or Ellen Fall* to whloh yon are the defendant. Wltneu my signature this the ard Parham William*. day of Aognet. 8-26-41 Estate of Richard Davl*,) Causa No. 871 on Deoesaed, > on tha general dock, by S. D. Gwln, Bxtr. ) at ot tha Chanoery Court of Holme* oounty, Mlislialppl, Septem ber term. 1894. •tati or uiMiaeirrt. 'To Mr*. Mattie Barker, Mempht*. Tenn., and Wiley G. Davis aod Mary Davis, WoodvlUe, Texas, and Mr*. John Ambrose, whose post offloe address and residence are unknown and J. M. Gwln and AUce C. Gwln, Chlotgo, Illinois: Yon arc commanded to appear before the Chanoery Court of the oounty of Holmee, la aald state, on the fourth Monday In November, A. D. 1994 to defend the amended petition filed In the above atvled oause In (aid oourt by Mrs. Canale R. Gayles and other* wherein you arc defendant*. This the 7th day nf September, Parbtm WUlltma, Clerk Chanoery Court. 1904. Administrator's Notice to Creditors. No. 860. Estate of Ml*. C. 8. Rosenthal, deoeased, By H. A. Rosenthal Administrator. | la Chanoery Court | of Holmee OouDty . Where** letter* of administration were granted the undersigned on tbe Ith day of Sept., 1804, *a administrator of the estate of Mr*. C. B . Roeenthal, deceased; Now all per sona having olatm* against said estate will take notice that said claims must be probated and reentered In the Chanoery Clark's offloe of Holmee County, Mlsstselppl, within one year or they wlU be forever barred. H. A. Rosenthal, Administrator. Sept. Sth, 1904. Notice to Contractors. By sa older of the Board of Saoervlsora of Holme* coonty, passed at the readier Sept. 1804, meeting thereof, I *m Instructed to ad vertise tor bids to build a bridge serous Mill Stone Bsjou, near thn Holman pines, aceordtng to plans and speolfioatlont now on file In thn Chanoery clerk's offloe. Coo trsot to be let at the next regular meeting of tba Board, 1st Monday In October, 1904, to the lowest responsible bidder, sneoeasful bidder or oontrsotor te give a good bond for completion of work. The Board r aeerve* the right to reject any or all bids. PARHAM WILUAMS. Clerk. Notice to Money Lenders. By an order ot the Board of Supervisors of Holmee County, passed at the regular Sept., 1904, meeting thereof, I am directed to adver tise for sealed bide for tbe loan of SSSOo ro, to be repaid on tha first day ot January, 1908. Bald bids are to be submitted at tha next regular meeting of the Board, on the first Monday of Oowbar, MOL PARHAM WILLIAMS, Clerk. I -i! 7here's Standard r Quality Here *r *r. 1869 An Unbroken Record of 36 Year* Selling Reliable Drags. 1804 I I j STICKING TO FACTS and RIGHT PDICES Demember this when you are in need of ... . Drugg, School Books, Stationery, Paints, Oils, Window Glass ... or anything kept in a first-class drug store. Is the repu taiioo we have & S. BEALL TRY US AND SEE J I L I Goods Received Same Day As Ordered From LEON HESDORFFER Liqtior Dealer CANTON, MISS. Finelmported and Domestic Wines, Liquors, Gins, Brandies, Etc* All Prices and Qualities, The Famous Ked Top Rye pr Qt $1 25 Pete Cooper Rye reduced price Murray Hill Club " Old Monopole Rye " Old Silas Moore Hesdorffer'a Private Stock pr Qt $1.00 Hesdorffer's Pure Rye " " 76c K.ntucky Belle Bourbon " " 75c Old Glory Rye " " Gilt Edge St raight Whiskey " gallon $2 $1.60 $1.26 $100 " " $ 1.00 's. 76b Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded on Any of these Brands. Long Distance Telephone, No. 74. you Gan Do without ri Good Mann Stores Hardware But you can't do without a good Hardware Store, To a housoloopor It is as essential as the house Itself. The stook is ms J> tip of miity things In* dispansible to the homo, farm and the workshop suoh as: store 888 Is a necessity in any community Don't break down your hard ware store by buying from other Stores. Don't o.der off after anything kept in my line before getting my prices. The needs of the kitchen and dining room met to the advantage of the pocket book. Stoves, Ranges, Orates, Heavy Hardware, Pumps, Piping, Billing and Engine Repair Paris, Ouns, Loaded Shells, Cartridges, Shot, P order, Cap), Bridles, Cellars, Buggies, Harness, Sad lies. Blankets, Wago , Hear, Wagon and Buggy Spokes and Rlms.Tnlmble Skeins, Buggy Shaft and Poles, Cart Shafts, Wooden Churns, Stone Churns, Jars and Crooks, P >oket and Taole Cutlery and Shelf Hardware, Home-made Tinware guaranteed better than any you oan buy elsewhere. Tin Roofing and Guttering done to order. I HAVE A TIN AN > REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION IN CHARGE OF AN EXPERT WORKMAN. SELECTION IS EASY. STOCK ATI'S ACT IVE. BAXTER WILSON. SEEING IS BUYINO Lowest Prices Pure Drugs Best Shill. . On this Basis we ask Your Prescriptions. We Keep only One Grade of Drug's . . . .. The Best.. COMPLETE °* toilet articles, perfumery, writing tablets and fancy T IVTTT stationery, schoolbooks, cutlery, paints, oils, varnishes, LINE • * ♦ * cigars, high-grade chewing and smoking tobaccos. FIRST FLOOD MASONIC BUILDING ... PHONE No. 55 Swinney & Stigler. i PROVIDENT SAVINGS LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY * * 1 Ill •■< 141 Broadway* Rev Yerk EBWAR1 W. SCOTT* Drcstient ■3* • • Brganlzcd *• » NTS SIX YMoils' ADDITIONS .*. h^OM OFFICIAL ST A TSMXNYS NY HAS DOUBLE ITS INCOMB ASSETS QUADRUPLED ITS RE. 19 SERVE TEN-FOLD INCREASED ITS EXCESS OF IN $ GOME OVER DISBURSEMENTS A A A A T1 6 «• 4 444 ASKEW WANTED For informatics •* •• JAS* H. FUQUA, JR* Garni Agent, Ret* Apply t*- fiOUBS CMITT lin WHAMS, LUBSTOR IBS. sa*J Kodol DYSPEPSIA CURE DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT Tha 4I.SO hmilaeSRtttaa 2M thasatb* Mil Mss. wMsk wtahr 90 raimsss aaiv av ng utaoaaraav ar M. O. DsWITT 4c COMPANY. CHICAGO. IUL* For Sale by R S. BEALL.