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Chamberlain s COLIC, CHOLERA AND Diarrhea Remedy A few dost s of this remedy will ; invariably cure an ordinary at tack of diarrhea. It has been used in nine epi demics of dysentery with perfect success. It can always be depended upon, even in the more severe attacks of cramp colic and chol ■ era morbus. It is equally successful for summer diarrhea and cholera infantum in children, and is the means of savingthe lives of many children each year. When reduced with water nnd sweetened it is pleasant to take. Every man of a family should keep this remedy in his home. Buy it now. It may save life. Price, 25c. aa e»i A«w» s rgin sse ew»» » Large Size, 50c J For Bale by Swinney & Stiff lor Do you know Dr. Levy, the Optician? He has no opposition. He is the only man living That by a glance at the eye does the fitting. He has his spectacles made, His name on the frames is engraved.! His lenses are made of the l>est, They preserve the eye and give rest. He fits them to the eye. That is the reason why A pair of spectacles from Dr. Levy • buy. Ary one can sell specs But few can fit the eye. Any one can get the cash But only on a few you can rely. Max H. Levy, Durant, Miss, i J. Z. M O R R I S Livery Feeds and Sale Stable yi ! V : ■ U, i m \ V w JSA I t * . ? A ' 'Qj s-1 >) m Sate, Speedy Horses Stylish Carriages Satisfactory Service J. Z. M O R R 1 S i r; n bxoutttm ro * 8 FIRST CLASS MEAT i have opened up a first-class market for NATIVE and KANSAS CITY MEATS of all kinds tit the new stand former ly occupied bv Mr. T. J. Jordan. I have one of the latest and best buy the best stock to be had, and customers. ' Your patronage is solicited. Phone Ho. refrigerators made my aim is to please my J. t£. WINSTEAD. L Clear Eye, Bright Complexion. Sure Signs Good HeaSthi Both Follow Use HUGHES' TONIC Great M' dicinn for Spring and Fall Success over 40 years—Far better than dosing with Calomel ami Quinine. Cures Chills and Fever Sal low Comolexion, ami Bilious Disorders beause it Cleanses system acts gently on >nd . iver fine T-mic, trives appetite and strength —pleasant to taste, TRY IT — insist on HUGHES' and no other. 60 cents and $1 00 Bottles at Druggists. _ ROBINSON-PETTET CCL, inc. Louisville, Ky. fOR SALT. ys. t ivMlv'.jr 0 MI p Graded Red Poll Bulls and Heifers, Choic-e Specimens « $25 to $35 at Dr. Joe II. Watson's * East Lexington MM •SL' x 't yvx iAjF ■ _-r. - J S DANGER SIGNALS f/lfl -TV \ ; ^ | j >V V 'A of dread Kidney Diaeane i t V; are easily recognized. Pains In the back and . ' loins; scanty, highly col- \\ -—-,, ored urine; sediment In ' \ v j the urine; pain tn the \>\ F D'" neck ol the bladder; pal- w K Tl.-klCHt Zj ltd, dry hot skin. II you '\ Y' n* w, Vif|nrlET j have any or all of these \\ R'' I symptoms, your only V' ,Clim \ chance ol recovery Is In \j j ' \A ?- s ' 1 1 i DR. McGEE'S L'/fm BACKACHE AND KIDNEY CURE. i / m is 7 ; I I'U i ; Curat Lumbato, Bheumntlam 1 and Brlekrt's Dla.ua. Wo don't ■ uk you to take the risk—if the > remedy does not cure, your mnn- ; ey will be refunded. Don't wait :. irwuctHm. another day. A bottle at your j wtcuuirrBrt druyelst's—small also, 80c; large |Vi V V — V nHFotwKjnal size. <1.00 For sale ky B. S. BEALL. When (in need of surveying 'Phone W. W. WYNN, Mississippi. Acona, DR. A. M. DOTY PHYSICIAN A SURGEON Lexington, Miss. Office McCain 1 Building. Phone at Residence and Office. 11. DRS. STANSBURY & ALEXANDER DENTISTS Lexington, Miss. Crown and Bridge work and beautiful gold filling a specialty. Tooth extracted .-killfuliy and without pain. Office over Swinney & Stigler's Drug Store Day 'phone 80 2 P. D. HOLCOMB DENTIST Lexington, Mia*. Rooms upstairs in Bank of Commerce An nex. Teeth extracted witb little pain. 4. HOOKER & MCBEB ATTOBNEYS AT LAW Lexington, Mies. Office upstairs Bank of Holmes County Building. i 9. S. M. SMITH W. P. TACKETT i TACKETT & SMITH ATTORNEYS AT I.AW Lexington, Mins. Office in front suit of rooms, McCain B'ld'g 8 9. W. L. DYER ATTORNEY AT LAW Lexington, Miss. Office south of J. M. Sargent Budding. I 1 H. II. ELMORE A. M. PEPPER B. K. NOEL NOEL, PEPPER & ELMORE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Lexington, Miss. Office upslairs in Court House. B. C. SEITZLER DEPUTY COUNTY SURVEYOR Lexington, MiBe. Is Prepared to Do Official Work Office in Holmes County Bank Building. General Repair Shop . . All sorts of wood work neatly done. Buggies and Wagons repairing and painting a Specialty. L He BARR Lexington, Miss. i A. | I 1 | and CONCERT, Friday Evening, Sept. 22nd, 11*0." at 8:16 o'clock, for the benefit of the Monument to Holmes Coun ty's soldiers of the sixties. . Programme. Chorus, Dixie. Mesdanies Pickens, 11. Eggleston,' ed Baker; Misses Eggleston, Me-1 ed Beall. Pinkerton,' ('unningham; Messrs. Pinkerton, i Herbert, Wilson. Levy, Lindholm, j er'n Wilson. Accompanist, Miss Clara | to Cain, .Smith, Eggleston. Vocal Solo, In the Shade of the Van.Ustyne. by ing to 2 . Apple Tree Mrs. R, H. Baker. Chorus by Messrs. Wilson, Her bert, Lindholm, Levy. Piano Solo, Butterfly Chopin. Miss Fanny Eggleston. Vocal Solo, Three Green Hon D'Hardelot. 4. nets His oils the Mrs. I. B. Pickens. Piano Solo, Liebestraume Liszt. Miss Frances McCain. Vocal Duet, When We Are Mar Kerker. Miss Mary Beall, Mr. J. M. Dyer. Vocal Solo, My Indian Queen, .Drownold. 9. ried. i . if Miss Kathryn Pinkerton. Piano Solo, Etude,Opus 45, Heller. Miss Mary Beall. Vocal Solo, My Filippino Belle, Sloan & Boh t 'ole. 8 . i 9. to Mrs. J. S. Eggleston. Piano Solo, The Rustle of Spring, .Sinding. I 1 ( >. Miss Alice Martin. 111. Vocal Duet, Just My Style, Smith & Hubbell. Miss Mildred Smith, Mr. George Wilson. Jr. 12. Vocal Solo, Mow'd Yer Like to Be a Dorg?. Master Peter Pinkerton. 12. Piano Duet. Wilhelm Tell. Miss Carline and Cristine Mayo. 14. Double Sextette, Willie Bovs. Misses Cunningham, McCain, Eggleston, Beall, Pinkerton Smith; Messrs. Pinkerton, Gar rett Herbert, Baxter Wilson; George Wilson, Joe Levy, Paul Lindholm. Accompanist, Miss Clara Eggleston. be the in Reid. an Pinkerton & Wilson are doing a splendid Insurance business in their suite of rooms up stairs, in the Bank of Commerce annex. Parties desir ing to take out insurance, whether Fire, Life, Accident or Health, will do well to call upon them. Their rooms fill a long felt want in Lexington, as there they have a writing and reading room to be used by their country friends as headquarters while in the city, and they are glad to see them whether they are on business bent, or not. To those who have 'phones they announce that it will be their pleasure to attend to any business for them, whether connected with in surance or not. Phone No. 166. Duncan-Foosc. In the, Methodist Church at Tchula at four o'clock in the afternoon of yesterday, Sept. 20th, the marriage ceremony, uniting Rev. W. N. Dun can and Miss Carrie Sue Foose in holy wedlock, was performed by Rev. W. S. Lagrone, of Durant. Miss Blanche Foose, sister of the bride, was Maid of Honor, and Mr. Duncan, of Mem phis, brother of the groom, best man. The attendants were Miss Lucile Jack son, of Kosciusko, and Miss Susie Watkins, of Aberdeen. Ushers, Tom Love and Nick Terry. Mrs. L. E. Barr played the wedding march and Mrs.Raiford Christmas sang "Always". After the marriage ceremony the bridal party returned to the bride's parental home where Mr. and Mrs. Duncan received the congratulations of their friends, after which they boarded the train under a shower of rice for their future home in Pickens. We join their friends in them a long, happv and life. In In of In J wishing prosperous On September 30'h and Monday, » j October 9th, being r ligious holidays our stores will be cloned. ^ _ Smtheiiner, Herrman Bros. Co., Ro- | senthalBros., 1. Flower. L. Bobrov,'ski. It. & B. Telegrams from California nounede the death of Mrs. T. J. Wvat-t, at Long Beach, Cal., last Sun | an day. Her remains will be brought back to Missi rippi and interred among her kindred and friends in \ Jackson. Saturday, A loving and de ; j , . * s | ^ VOtPu nil.S band survives ht'1', to whom | in this, his greatest sorrow we j I our heartfelt sympathy. offer i F. Bertschler, of Tchula. Mi: has added his name t< subscrip ts r . . UU 111-l !>• r of the firm <>f Bertschler & Man-' na. proprietors of the Tchula Bottling j soda water products ti«>n list. Mr. Bertschler is a | j i Works, whoge «fVf?rywherp recognized as among t fat beat. H '. N. Sample and sons, Wal ; t*-f PayfM and Kugi*ne Carter, were 1 L, .. , , • . i f .' ■" Vrt • aturday. 1 Died. On Monday, 3<»pt. 18th? art 6 o'clock A. M. at her mother's hottUe at Vicks-: | burg Miss Emma Sontheiruer, passed I away, a victim of yellow fever. Miss j 1 Emma was the daughter of Mr. Solj | and Mrs. Fanny Sontheimer who rank-1 ed among the oldest and iwhst esteem-1 ed settlers here for many years, well known throughout Holmes and all ad joining counties. er'n death in 1889 the family moved to Vicksburg, Miss., to live, and there Miss Emma, through her amiable and But after the fath genial ways, soon became surrounded by many staunch friends,of Vicksburg's best people. She was a self sacrific ing and devoted daughter, an affect ionate sister, a true friend and a kind neighbor, and to do her best for others was her pleasure in life. May the angels of, dawn guide her sweet spirit to the realms of unmolested rest and peace; and may our supreme Maker in His tender mercies pour his healing oils on the sore and aching hearts of the aged mother, three sisters and brother. Much sorrow and deep sym pathy is felt by the many relatives, friends and acquaintances here. Mrs. Martha Grace Ray died at her home near West Tuesday 19th after several week's"Illness. The sympathy if a host of friends is with the be reaved family in their sorrow. Mrs. of noble traits of i Ray was a woman character; left a widow in early life with four tiny children, her struggles to real- and educate them can only be realized by those who remember the first years after the Civil war and in which her beloved husband, Capt. Henry Ray, was a sacrifice to his country's call. Teaching was the avenue of her efforts and many men and women in her old neighborhood d many scattered far away will re call the lessons of truth and morality an inculcated with knowledge from their text books by this earnest Christian Four children survive her worker. and may the memory of her useful and earnest life be a source of much consolation in their bereavement. How's This? \\'e offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. AVe, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by liis Arm. '.VALUING. K INN AN & MARVIN, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimo nials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall s Family Pills for constipa tion. he Estate ot Clara Heall In the matter of StHnfleld, u minor, J R. Watson, Guardian No 8811,General Docket. In the Ctianceiy Court of Holmes Counts', Mis sissippi, In vacation. Hon. James K. McCool, Chancellor. >t the Under and by virtue of Chancellor, rendered In vacation on the 4th day of September, lOUft, and which Is of record In the office of the clerk of lh« Chancery Court decree afcrebtt d county InBo >k t>, page 474,in above styled cause, I will offer for sale to the highest fjldder for each the undivided one-third in • t the above n med minor In and t j the terest Albino Plantation lu aforesaid county .said lar.il being particularly named and described bj governmental numbers In said decree, which raid numbers will be followed In the deed to said land t »be executed by me. Said land is to be sold subject to the deed of trust now encumbering It, and will be offered tor sale at the south door of the court house In the town of Lexington, within legal hours on Monday, the 6th day of November, 1905, the minimum price therefor being ttxed by the court at the sum of $35&(i.0Q. Witness my hnnd, this8eptember 12ih, l'.MiB. J. K. WATSON, Guardian. Citation Notice. St to of Mississippi. I'o Nancy E. Hurst: You are commanded to appear before the Fliaoceiy Court of the County of Holmes, tn said State, on the 4th Monday of November A. D. 1905, to defend the suit in said Court of J D. Hurst, wherein you are defendant. This the 11 th .lay of September, 11)05. Barham Williams, Chancery Clerk. Hooker & Mcllee, Sols, for Complts. Citation Notice. Stat»' of .\iU8i8bippk To Ggorjro Hibbard: You an* commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Holmes, in said State,on the 4th Monday of November. A. I). H'o'), to defend the suit in said Court of Lennle Hibbard, wherein you are m defendant. This 11th day of September, A. D. 1905. Parham Williams, Clerk. Executor's Notice to Creditors. KitaU- ol .), M. Johnson, Jr., doesased, by It. P. Johnson, Kgecutor. Letters testamentary having beei th umlerslgned on Auguai Chancery C.-urt of Holmes granted 1905, by the timy on the » Htate o f .1 M. Johnson, Jr., deceased, all per j Mins ha HtfHtimt tin* estate are re - the same pr-ibalH and reglat | '■red Uy lh» i hanoery Clera ..f llolmea Oounty, c an quiuu to bn Min- lssij'pi, wiibiii on*) year. A failure to m» piobau and r kIh ersaid claims will forever H. P. JOHNSON, Executor. J. | bar collection. 8ept. 12,1905. Gtation Notice. "tateof .Mississippi. To Jus I,. Howling, whose postoflico Is Mart. Texas, No. lltlS. in Y u htf hen by commanded to appear >»e fore iht Ciirtr.cery Court of the County of llalmis -»»'<i on the 4th Monday or | November, A. D. 1905, to defend the suit In Raid court of R. lt.Croi>ker and other!*, wherein ir»' h UPferdant. i s OU ThlM 5th day ol Scptrmbrr, A. L>. 1905. Pakham Williams. Chancery Clerk, by J. V. Williams, O C Tat Kilt \ Smith, Solicitors Notice to Contractors. 111-l Hy tn ordt-r of the llinril of Supervisors of Holmes county, pas-, d at j Hi? raffuL Sept.. 19)c. m '• ting thereof, l am instructed to adver lid» for blri* t.» build a bridge across a slough near H. L. PeurttT'i abou till feet long, | cording to p ari* and RpeclfleaU*ms now on t)It at Hi* t'bancery Uerk'a ofHce. Contract be t. j U t at the next regular meeting of the board,1*t i Monday In Oct., 1905, to the low»*t resp«inR Ible bidder; succraaful bidder or contractor t 1 ,,IV< '*" u ' Kl ,H ' nd for<- ' mp, '' U0!> of ,he w °r |t The board reserves thv rlyhf to reject my or all 1 t»ui. parham williams, cua. * #53 Who's Your Plumber? #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 fJpjJHONE J 08 and get prices on fob or contract work before placing yoor orders elsewhere. We guarantee all work and have a home plumber, J. T. Alexander, always on hand to carry out our guarantee and to attend promptly to your hurry call. We also carry a complete line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Bug gies and Carriages. We are agents for the celebrated James St Graham and the New Capitol farm wagons, one-horse up to four-horse. We keep Charter Oak Stoves and Ranges in any size. We also sell the MeCormick Mower and rake, and keep a com plete line of repairs for same. If you need anything in our line it will pay to investigate our prices. We will save you dollars. #S3 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #^ #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 #53 <* #53 Hardware-Lumber Co. #53 #53 #53 #53 OUR NEW FALL GOODS 1 I I | | Are arriving daily and we solicit a call from you to inspect them. We sustain our reputation for n Good Quality and Low Prices ¥ and if you need a new Hat, Suit, Dress Goods, Trunk, Heavy Groceries, Furniture or anything else in General Merchandise, we are ready to serve you. Li ROSENTHAL, BROS. S PEC1ALIST ON OKiUO HABIT. I-i not prepared to treat over two cases at a time, as patients reside at his residence during treatment. OR. T . T . SHIPP, OOODMAN, MISS. O B j Cj * it « i o £ g o r n *322 SOULE BUSINESS COLLEGE. SOLTI,K COLLBOR Is th. Lending and Highest Grade Business. Shorthand and Hngllsh Training School In the South. It Is recognized everywhere a, a Wide Awake, Practical. Reliable, Progressive, Popular nnd Successful School It make, ■o delusive promises to secure students. SOULE COLUEOB owns and occupies the Finest Business Scnool Building In America. 19 Evpcrienced Teachers Book keepers end stenographers reccmtnended Sena for New Illustrated Circular. GKO. SOULE & SOILS KSLLthe COUGH and cure the LUNGS Or. King's New Discovery /Consumption ?FQR I 0UGIIS and - • V r,LDS WITH Price 50c &$*.00 Free Trial. s Surest end Quickest Cure for all ■n THRO AS 1 cud LONG TKOCJB ) I.L-. or MONEY BACK. ~l M M J 3 A - > "7 L M mt'i - f>—sa— For Sale by B. S. Beall and Swinney A* Stigler Drug Stores. People's Insurance & Realty Company BANK OF HOLMES COUNTY BUILDING, LEXINGTON, MISSISSIPPI INSURANCE Accident Health Life Fife PROVIDENT EQUITABLE SAVING'S LIFE OF NEW YORK PENN. CASUALTY NEW YORKj OF PENNSYLVANIA MISSISSIPPI FIRE MISSISSIPPI HOME HOME OF NEW YORK AETNA. LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE QUEEN OF N. Y. HARTFORD of r S3 -- HELP YOU a cures MALARIA 11,11 Cares CONSTIPATION AND all ^ / LIVER AILMENTS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. PRICE 50 CENTS. For Sale by B. S. BEALL. DON'T DESPAIRj c •A Always Bear in mind that for I INSUR M ' , ."L 1 ANCE b V n of any kind, Fire, Life, Health, Accident, Tornado. Wc are headquarters. PINKERTON S WILSON, Ofilcc Second Floor^ank ot Com merce Annex. LEXINGTOH, MISS. 'Phone 166.