Newspaper Page Text
1 •I r Steel Range Cooking: Exhibit Malleable Iron and Majestic i • MAJESTIC, MAJESTIC MAJESTIC COOKING EXHIBIT :*!: TWf V id i ALL WEEK 15 GALLON all eoP p * R Rtswvom w 3-'ii l |'/k Nov. 7th to Nov. 12th Inclusive SP IH.: 1 < r ; $ Invitation During Week oy Exhibit I will give one set ot Majestic Ware FREE to anyone buying a Majestic Range. 1 make the oroad statement that this set ot Ware is the finest ever offered for sale. Not a piece of tin in the entire set. 1 have the ware at my store. If you will call and see it you will agree with me that it cannot be duplicated anywhere fot less than $8. Come and have a cup of coffee and.biscuits with us. '■ VVWWWVWWWWW^VVWWtfVWVWVWWWVWWWWW^WWWVWWWVWWWWWWVWI | I extend you a cordial invitation to partake with me a cnp of coffee and hot bis cuits and to witness the working of The Great Majestic Malleable Iroa and Steel Range. at my store. I will show you how to bake biscuits brown, bottom and top in three minutes; how to cook with half the fuel you are now using, and show you an article that, if properly used, will last a lifetime. Baxter Wilson i L Dr. G. C. Phillips was called to see Mrs. -J. E. Gwin, who was ill at her plantation home above Tchula, Mon day. The doctor returned on Tues day morning's train and reports her free of fever. wr SSr jV ■ ; it i Bn :s I BjjpligfSSip .',v ■WU i £ - M I w n a !" s m M Copyright 1904 by Hart Schaffner £5? Marx When you think of cold weather think of us* We have just what yoo want and the best of every thing in men's wear. Hart-Schaffner & Marx Saits $15 to $30* Other kinds $7.50 op. "The New Toggery Shop, LEWIS-HERRMAN CO. 1 y t \ The Majestic Manufacturing Co., of St. Louis, Mo„ will have a man at Baxter Wilson's atore all next week who will show you how to bake bis cuits brown top and bottom in 3 minutes. Don't miss this chance of seeing the great cooking wonder. Butcher Wanted. I have a fine location for a butcher shop and want to rent part of store for that purpose. In center of town, old stand. Apply to W. S. Garnett, Tchnla, Miss. For particulars relative to my ex hibit next week, see advertisement in this paper. Baxter Wilson. Two Bottles Cured Three Cases. Mr. John J. Stafford, proprietor Stafford Hotel, Springville, La., saya: "Royaline Chill Care is the best we have ever tried in our home. Two bottles of it cured Chills and Fever on three members of my family." Good to take. 60 cents. Yonr dealer will return the money if it fails. For sale by B. S. Beall. Miss Eva Elizabeth Cooper, one of Lexington's fairest daughters, is here attending the Grenada College.—Gre nada Sentinel. One Thousand Dollars. Mrs. Elvira Leard, Grangeville, La., had a bad c?se of female trouble for 13 years. Her little daughter had St. Vitus' Dance. An older daughter Buffered from suppressed menstrua tion. Doctors had failed to relieve any of these cases. Pa-nol complete ly cured them all. She says: " We would not take 11,000 f )r what Pa nol has done in our home. 50 cents. For sale by B. S. Beall. Write for book. Mailed free by Royaline Medi cine Co., L'td., New Orleans. A. P, Yarborough, candidate for Circuit Clerk, while in town in the interest of his canvass yesterday, made The Advertiser a pleasant call. With so many pleasant and capable gentlemen in the field, it becomee painful to decide in the selection of a choice. __ It Has No Equal. Mr. C. H. Dahlstrom, 2222 Clio street, New Orleans, says: "We have need Royaline Oil for almost every ailment; for Cuts, Spraim Swellings, Burns, Colic and all kinds. It works like a charm and has no equal. I would not like to go to sleep without having a bottle of it in the house." Try it and yon will nse nothing else. 10c, 25c, $1.00. For sale by B. S. Beall. Best and Cheapest. Pa-nol Liver Regulator keeps the Liver, Stomach and Bowels working just right. That means to be well and to keep well. And it makes your money go the furthest Tin box. Enough to last one month. 15 cents. Money back if you want it For sale by B. S. Beall. ol To the Voters of Holmes County. Reports being circulated to the effect that in the event of my elec tion to the Circuit Clerk's office, I would conduct the office by deputy and Fetain my residence in Tchula, I desire to state that if elected I will personally conduct the office and re side at Lexington during my incum bency. Tchula, Miss., Oct. 25,1904. I use Dr. Levy's specs, They give my eyes rest; He can fit them to the eye, Th at is the reason w hy. THE SECRET OP SUCCESS. Forty million bottles of August Flower sold in the United States alone sinoe its introduction! And the demand tor it is still growing. Isn't that a fine showing of suscess? Don't it prove that August Flower has had unfailing suc cess in the cure of indigestion and dys pepsia—the two greatest enemies of health and happiness? Does it not af ford the best evidence that August Flower is a sure specific for all Btomach and intestinal disorders?—that it has proved itself the best of all liver regula tors? August Flower has a matchless record of over thirty-fire years in curing the ailing millions of these distressing complaints—« success that is becoming wider in its scope every day, at home and abroad, as the fame of August Flower spreads. Trial bottles, 25c; re gular sits, 75c. For sale by Swinney and Stigler.__ The STANDARD Patterns at Pickeee-BarrettCo. have bees reduced to 10 and 16 cents. New evaporated peaches, apples and apricots, at Keirn Bros. If oar service is not satisfactory, make your complaint to ns and we will straighten it out. We intend to please you if passible, and desire your busines.—Lexington Compress t Oil Mill Co. 4 little cleaning and pressing will make your old suit look new. Tbs New Toggery Shop. Ira Jonhs. Brows Shoes, best on earth, at Shaddock & Darden. See "ad." Freeh Chocolates, Bon Bons, as sorted fine Candies of every descrip tion, Hoad lay's make, can be had in 6c, 10c, half pound, pound, etc., packages. Lexington Drug Co. Evaporated peaches, new crop. Gw» Broe. Come aad see the great cooking wonder at my store all next week. See advertisement in this paper. Baxter Wilson. New evaporated apricots. Gwin Bros. Honor Roll Pickens High School for October. Second Grade—Mary Gladys Hoo fer, Wilna Tucker, Claudia Lee Webb. Third Grade—Annie Marie Hoover, Hugh M. Tucker, Jr. Fifth Grade—Bob Bridgforth, Jed Rogers, Halbert Neileon. Sixth Grade—Millard Greene, Lilian Rogere, Eula Suber, Mattie Lou Tucker. Seventh Grade—Gordon Courts. Eighth Grade—Allen Bridgforth, Mildred Overstreet, Charles Murphy. Ninth Grade—Lee Baggett, Jr. Biscuits baked right in 3 minutes every day next week at my store. Baxter Wilson. Phone Gwin Bros, for new crop raisins and evaporate! apples. I am giving free $7.60 worth of ware with every Majestic Bold at my store next week. See advertisement in this paper for particulars. Baxter Wilson. &Try Graham flour, at Gwin Bros. Knox's acidulated gelatine. Gwin Bros. D. T. Finley died at the home of his sister, Mrs. Timberlake, in Sidon Monday night, and was bnried at 3 o'clock in the afternoon of the next day. Mr. Finley was a good man and citizen and will be missed by all who knew him, and by his friends in particular. May his rest be peaceful. JSFor your breakfast try Ralston's Food. Gwin Bros Drop in and have a cup of coffee and hot biscuits at my store any day next week; will be glad to see yon if you intend to buy or not. Baxter Wilson. Go to Gwin Bros, for Cream of Wheat. Miller & Hart's hams and breakfast bacon. Gwin Bros. Oar AcOna correspondent in this week's communication expresses sor row for the candidates in their dusty roads' travel. Since the reception of her splendid contribution all hae been changed into mnd, in which ten out of eleven moat stick after next Tuesday. Armour's luncheon sausage, at Gwin Bros. Card of Thanks and Appreciation On account of my transfer from this office to another at a much better salary, I wish to thank one and all, both my city and country friends, for their kindness to me while with you, assuring yon that my business rela tions with yon have at ail times been very pleasant, indeed. While on ac count of the heavy wort I could not favor yon ns it was my desire to do, I trust that my efforts set forth in that direction have been and are ap preciated, and I trust that the busi ness dealings of my successor will be as pleasant with yon as mine have been, and I shall always remember the people ot Lexington, and they have my best wishes for continued prosperity. Very truly yours, C. Q. Magee, Agent. A Card. Editor Advertiser: A few days ago a card was issued by the Socialist or anti-Democratic organization and signed by W. L Jordan and others, and circulated throughout this coun ty. Many of my friends have been led by that card to believe it referred to me, or that I was connected with this political movement. In justice to myself, and in order that my name may not be associated with the movement in question, I wish to say through the columns of your paper that I had nothing whatever to do with that card nor the association that issued it, and am not in sym pathy with the oanse it seta forth. The W. L. Jordan therein mentioned, I am informed, was Walter L. Jordan of Eulogy. I am now, and have always been a Democrat and have never voted an independent ticket nor given aid and comfort to the op ponents of Democracy. Yours truly,, W. Lonnie Jordan. Cored Consumption. Mrs. B. W. Evans, Clearwater, Kan., write*: "My husband lay eiek for three month*. The doctor* said that he had quick consumption. Wc procured a bottle of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, and it cured him. That was six years ago. Since then we here always kept a bottle in the house. We cannot do without It For cough* and colds It hae no equal." 250,500,91.0a Bold by B. 8. Beall. _ Examine our swell line of box candies. Gwin Bros. No Poison in Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. From Napier New Zealand, Herald: Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of New South Wales, Australia, had an analysis made of all the cough medi cines that were sold in that market, Out of the entire list they found only one that they declared was entirely free from all poisons. This exception was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, made by the Chamberlain Medicine Company, Dee Moines, Iowa, U, S. A. The ab sence of all narcotics makes this remedy the safest and best that can be had; and it is with a feeling of security that any mother can give it to her little ones. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is es pecially recommended by its makers lor coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. This remedy is for sale by Swin ney k Stigler. Armour's sliced Star Ham in cans, at Gwin Bros. When You Hare a Bad Cold You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief, but effecta permanent cure. You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy. You want a remedy that will counter act any tendency toward pneumonia. You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets all of these requirements, and for the speedy and permanent euro of bad colds stands without a peer. For sale by Swinney k Stigler. E. A. Penn, of Grenada, was here Monday._ A Heavy Load. D *yP e P 8 j a Car * ia Riving such universal satisfaction and ia so surely becoming the positive relief and subsequent cure for this distressing ailment, I feel that I am always sure to satisfy and gratify my customers by reoommending it to them. I write this to show how well the remedy is spoken of here." Kodol Dys pepsia Cure was discovered after years of scientific experiments aad will posi tively oure all stomach troubles. Sold by B. S. Beall. To lift that load off of the stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what you eat. Sour stomaoh, belching, gas on stomach and all disorders of the stomaoh that are curable, are instantly relieved and permanently cured by the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. S. P. Storm, a druggist at 297 Main street, New Britain, Conn., says: "Kodol Mrs. S. H. Butler aad daughter, Mias Maria H. Butler, of Sonora, Yazoo oounty, arrived here Tuesday * on a visit to the Olteuburg Home.