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The question of ''what Watch" to buy is a hard one for the average man to decide. Dozens cf grades are sold under the same name and it puzzles any but an expert to know where practical utiiity stops and extravagance begins. We will gladly help you in this matter. Our stock embraces the best Watcher made. Come in and see for yourself. Remember repairing is our specialty. Our Prices Are Right. r. H i\ P. A. LINDHOLM, Jeweler. TeUpHon«* lft.5. Whiskies and Liquors. Four Full Quarts Old Webwood delivered $ 0.00 $ 6.00 6.00 Harlem Club Forester Victoria Rye J.oo 1.00 Glen Elk 4.00 " Tucker Rye " B. R. Trainmen " Colonel's Favorite " " National Rye " Kentucky Reserve 4.00 3.1 HI 3.00 2.50 My Two Dollar j>er gallon Whiskey will give satisfaction or money refunded. Telephone Free on Four Dollars per gallon and upwards. Goods delivered to Express Co., same day as ordered. 100© MM Hi • U HUMPHREYS, CANTON, MISS. 'Phone 102 Business and Personal Accounts Solicited By The MORRIS LEWIS, President F. ATTNEAVE, Vice-Pres. J. B. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier. J. M. DYER, Ass't Cashier. Merchants & farmers! Paid up Capital $100,000.00 Bank Lexington, Miss. 'S* -S* Horses and Mules... W. G. POPE has constantly on hand a number of fine Horses and Mules which he offers at low figures to the market. CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE & TELEGRAPH CO. (iNCORrOKATBD) Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana, Southern Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi and Louisiana. We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country. We solicit your patronage. Rates reason able. Equipments and facilities passed. JAMES E. CALDWELL, President 4M Oen'l Manager. 4 4 unsur LELAND HUME, S»e'j- A An.'t a;» T. D. WEBB. T renunrer. ,*1 Mgr, DANGER' SIGNAL« > ■1 kV '•tew of drood Kldnor Dtamto aro smIIt rocoentcod. Polos to tho bock and loin«; aeooty. highly «soi- __ orod nrtno; ■odimont In v' V nSMTioo* tho ortoo; pain In tho Wdt nook of tho bladdor: poJ- \\ T! x; RirXACkl Ud. dry hot skin. I» you \\ "4 Wr^LginNcT hays nny ortUot thoto symptoms, your only elinaoo of rscovsry is In : w •TÄjf DR. McGKK'S BACKACHE AND KIDNKT CURS. Oar«« Lombago, Rb«um*ti«m and Bright - » Disease. W« don't oak you to taka the rl«k—If the m h V v— \. nody do«« not euro, your men win be refunded. Don't wait IT «al >Ol> another day. A bottle at your drugg1«t>— «mall «Ue, »Oos larg« r r 'hg gE gU» * For sale by B. S. BEALL. THE LEXINGTON ADVERTISER Official Journal ol Holmes County, .»Vu» 01 - [hirant New«.! Official lournnl of LviingUlh, '*'Oci»l Journal of Tehula a» 1.00 paar Y«ar In Advance. PUHI.ISHKD THURSDAY NIUHT BT The Advertiser Publishing Company. 8. N. 8AMPI.K, Pr.*. M. J PETER.*, Sec'/. M. J. PETKR.S, Editor and Manager. C. OLTENBURG, Assistant Editor JOHN KYLLINGSTAD, City Editor. Thursday, February 8, I906.(| vi.tered «I the Islington poatoHIc« ta mail niauar of lb« nond «laii». \l »VF.lt USING HATH*; liinpluy—I2Ht- per Hingis f dluiiifi lm b p^r liKM rlioii on l«t p&ge. ninofp«pi*r 10* *w*«*tAl position* *25 p%r »'«»it dirt- iti • Ung notice*— tûc p <■/' lint- fot flmtfriH^riloii, '>• p<*r line for «very aubftft f|in»nt lm*fliilon IteadAr* in black type «touille price Legal notice«-legal rate*. < ontrlbuted obftuarlm and resolution« of re ppect ic lor each word in excoaa of the tira* liiü words of auch contributed matter pub lished relating to any on** peraon. No adfer tiaainenl taken for !«»• than ÄC. The mandamus petition of the San dy Rayou case came up before Judge Miller Tuesday morning, and was dis missed on denierer of Warden Henry. An appeal was taken to the Supreme Court. The Democratic U. S. senators have held a caucus and read out of the Democratic party those senators who will not stand to what two-thirds of the caucus orders. Senators Patter son and McEnery declared they will not abide by the caucus action on the Santo Domingo treaty, and will he dealt with accordingly. Bourke Cockran says no man worth $10,000,000 can be putin jail. Some trust magnates now under investiga tion may wish they were as sure of this as Mr. Cockran seems to be. Chicago Daily News.) The man that can't rake up more than one measly million ought to he put in jail and kept there._ The Brandon News very wisely sug gests that the Garrison bill, proposing to increase the salaries of state of ficers is a good measure to kill.— ireenwood Enterprise.) Considering the number of candidates who have been willing to sacrifice themselves for the present emoluments of state offices, what would be the increase in patriots if the salaries were raised? i A representative of Marconi wire less stock unloaded a nice block on Memphis suckers last Saturday. The same Morconi wireless stock for which Memphis paid face value could have been bought for 28 the same day in New York. A few more lessons of that kind will cause Memphis brokers to become wide awake; they are now receiving experinee while their teach ers are getting their money. Whether the Sandy Bayou contract stands or falls, there should be a law forbidding the working of convicts on private property after this year. Even if the working is based on rare contingencies, those having the pull will make the necessary contingen cies, and will get the convicts, when they desire to, and on terms not open to others. The plain and houest way is to cut off absolutely all work ing of convicts on private property. Money on hand or on deposit draws no interest, has never been returned to assessors and has paid no tax and the senate voted to leave it off the tax list in the future. Had the law been observed it would have reached all who had money on Feb ruary 1st to run farming operations, whether borrowed that year or pro ceeds of crops for the year before. The borrowers generally have more money then on hand or on deposit than the lenders, the arrangements for the year having been made. Mr. H. Weissenbach, genera! coun sel for The Harvest King Distilling Company, threatens to sue the village of Oakley for prosecuting one of the C. O. D. liquor agents of his house. All such agents who are found at work in Iawington are arrested and prosecuted. One was made to pay one hundred dollars last Saturday. If Mr. Weissenbach or any of his house's agents attempt C. 0. O. liquor busi ness here they will be prosecuted and be given an opportunity to sue. Our state is paying $1,250,(XX) for educating children in the common schools and has no school for special education of teachers. Consequently much of the teaching is done by those not as fully trained as they ought to be. and not nearly as well as the teachers in other states. Spe cial training counts in teaching just as it does in the practice of law and medicine. Those who only go through schools and colleges cannot teach nearly as well as those who have taken special courses in pedagogy. In the liquor eontfntion before the I federal court. Judge Nile« decided inf favor of the Harvest King Distilling Company. The suit'brought by our. Attorneys against the Harvest King Distilling Company will come up ini our Circuit Court at its March term.! Some of the railroad newspapers are greatly adverse to the idea that j President Roosevelt should accept a re-nomination for the presidency, and ; are advising him not to consider it. j They know he is in earnest for rail- j road rate regulation and hope to de - 1 fer a settlement of the question un til Roosevelt leaves the presidency. A bill was introduced in the legis- ; lature by State Senator McLaurin, re- j quiring the advertising of all forced .sales, in a newspaper. This is in the interest of humanity and justice. The sacrifice of the property of unfortu nate debtors through lack of such publication, has been a crying evil. They are entitled to this protection and the legislature has too long with held it.—Aberdeen Examiner. Shonts, the head of the Panama ; Cana! Commission, gets $12,000 a year from the Clover Leaf Railroad Company as its President, and $30,000 from the United States Government. The Clover I-eaf railroad has nothing to do with canal matters, yet United States Senators, who receive more from Corporations, whose interests I Congress deals with, than from thej United States Government, while keeping their outside employments, demand that Shouts give up one or the other of his. GRAND MINSTREL PERFORMANCE On Friday, Feb. 16th, by Entire Membership of 0. A. B. Club. BART ONE. End Men: .Jesse Walton, Shepherd, Thomas Beter Binkerton, Bridgforth Wilburn. W. F. Waterer, Jno. Rhyne. Interlocutor: Mr. Arthur Jordan, Specialties. ...,W. F. Waterer Harp Solo. Hat Dialogue and Dancing. Thus. Shepherd and Beter Pinkerton Music by Orchestra. Dr. R. H. Baker, Miss Shepherd, Mrs. Pinkerton. Stocks Up and Stocks Down. Messrs. Ashley and McCormick. PART SECOND. Little Flips in trouble Dave Shackelford Fatty Felix, Simple Simon.W .F. Waterer .John Rhyne Peter Flip.... Johnny Flip.. Tony Flip ... Milk Flip. Doctor Pulse Aven Herbert .Egbert Hobbs .George Wiley .CharlieMcCormick .Monroe Evans j .Miss Shepherd i Goshen Gout. Piano Solo.... PART THIRD MOCK TRIAL. CAST OF CHARACTERS: JudgeWhitehead, Officer Gilfillin... Arthur Jordan j .Thos. Shepherd j Lawyer Fussyboy.Geo. Wiley j Lawyer Snapcash.Guy Jordan Abijah Pippins. Lenora Smithers Trustly I : ! I ). Shackelford ! . ; ... ! 1 Monroe Evans Amelia Bedelia Arrowroot Peter Pinkerton i Jury. 1 * ; Levy Horkheimer . Aven Herbert - Egbert Hobbs One Lung Gong. Mrs. Dr. Anesthetic Pullurn Jesse Walton. Vanderbilt Persimmons .. Jamison James. Gotlieb Wurstmacher . ...I Rhyne Jno. Kier W. Stigler .. W. F Waterer B. Wilburn Jno. Measles. Weary Willy Wayside. Footlight McGuff.A. B. McCormick Pedro Mullagatawny Sillieus Beeswax.C. McCormick Old Auntie Simpkins ... L. Williams H. Watson MY FRIEND FROM ARKANSAW. One of the greates successes of the past dramatic seasons was Robert Sherman's production of the four act comedy drama My Friend from Arkan saw. It is again meeting with the same success this season, for the people who witnessed it before are appre ciating lk>tter and discovering new beauties in its presentation. This drama will live for many seasons for it is a clean healthy play and decided-* ly interesting. My Friend from Ark-j ansaw is full of heart interest, rich in comedy and possesses strong dra matie scenes. It tells a pretty and strong story in a simple direct manner, and certainly those who enjoy heart reaching stories in dramatic form can not afford to miss it. The above! play will be seen at the opera house Monday. February 12. GRIP-IT: the oold-ouiv that d», tin rk iu 8 hour«, and wiU I nfhke you »ick. Try IL WO I f** 1 After Holiday Sale I We are determined to dispose of all of our last year's goods. We realize that the busy season is past and that low prices only will enable us to do so. If you want to save money when you need a new Hat, Suit, Dress Goods, Trunk, Heavy Groceries, Furni ture or anything else in General Merchandise, we are ready to serve you. I ROSENTHAL BROS. ^ J You Gan Do without flGood Hardware Manu stores But you can't do without a good Hardware Store. To a Housekeeper it is as essential as the house itself. The Stock is made up of many things in* dispensable to the home, farm and the workshop such as: ; I store • « I Stoves, Ranges, Orale«, lleuvy Hardware, Pum|>e, Piping, Belling and Engine Repair Parts, Omis, Loaded Shells, Cartridges, Shot, Powder, Caps Bridles, Collars, Buggies. Harness, Saddles, Blankets, Wagon Gear, Wagon and Buggy Spoki 8 and Bims, Thimble Skeins, Buggv Shaft and Poles, Cart Shafts, Woollen Chums, Stone Churns, Jais and Crock Cutlery and Shelf Hardware, Home-made Tinware, guai any you can buv else where. Tin Roofing and Gutte I HAVE A TIN AND REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTl AN EXPERT WORKMAN. SELECTION IS EASY. I Is a necessity in any community. Don't break down your hardware store b> buying from other stores. Don't order off after anything kept in my line betöre getting my prices. The needs of the kitchen and dining room met to the advantage of the pocket book. ' ocket and Table meed Letter than ng done to order. IN CHARGE OF CK ATTRACTIVE. BAXTER WILSON. SEEING IS BUYING Goods Received Same Day As Ordered From «2 LEON HESSDORFFER Liquor Dealer CANTON, MISS. Finelmported and Domestic Wines, Liquors, Gins, Brandies, Etc. All Prices and Qualities. v af>| W rß. : ËK The Famous Red Top Rye pr Qt $1 25 Pete Cooper Rye reduced price " $1 50 Murray Hill Club " " " $1 25 Old Monopole Rye ** Old Silas Moore " Hessdorffer's Private Stock pr Qt $1 00 Hessdorffer's Pure Rye " " 75c Kentucky Belle Bourbon Old Glory Rye Gilt Edge Straight Whiskey pr gallon $2 75c ' • " $1 00 ' " $1 00 76c Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded on Any of these Brands. Long Distance Telephone, No. 74. I Feed, Sale and Livery Stable First-Class Teams and Drivers. Traveling Men given Special Attention Lung Distance Telephone 40. L E. BEAN, Proprietor. Ichula, Miss. j i •DUCKT fOff D/RBCT3 $ ji* Jr ^ kc° V 2 THL & tua AMD & j j j k 7 vy /' é bDS<C I SOULE COLLEGE Is the Leading and : Highest Grade Business, Shorthand and ! ! English Training School In tho South. ! It IS recognized everywhere as a Wide- ! ; Awake, Practical, Reliable, Progressive, j ! Popular mid Successful School, it makes : 1 no delusive promises to secure students. i SOULE COLLEGE owns and occupies the Finest Business School Building In 1 America. 19 Experienced Teachers. Book ; keepers snd Stenographers recommended. send for New illustrated circular. GKO. SOULE & SONS. | rr • 23SZj'J. KILLthe COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH ? FOR f Of.'dUi'dPTION OUfiHS snd WOtDS Prieo 5 C, à SI .00 Fite Trial. Surest and Quickest Curo fur all THllOAV and LUNG 2B0UB LES, or MONEY BACK. bk maaorrsmmmmmmiM srmaamm For Sale by B. S. Beall and Swinney j & Stigler Drug Stores People's Insurance & Realty Company LEXINGTON, MISSISSIPPI BANK OF HOLMES COUNTY BUILDING, INSURANCE Accident Health Life Fire provident; equitable SAVING'S LIFE MISSISSIPPI FIRE MISSISSIPPI HOME HOME OF NEW YORK AETNA. LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE QUEEN OF N. Y. HARTFORD OF NEW YORK of PENN. CASUALTY OF PENNSYLVANIA NEW YORK DON'T DESPAIR^, a*. & WILL HELP VOU ^ Cures MALARIA Cures CONSTIPATION II AND ALL LIVER AILMENTS EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. PRICE 50 CENTS. For Sale by B. S. BEALL. \ Always Bear in mind that for I yv" I l : , T| 1 m * \ % of any kind, Fire, Life, Health, Accident, Tornado. we are headquarters. PINKERTON & WILSON, Oltcie Second Floor .Bank 0 I Com m er ce Annex. 'Phone 166. LEXINGTON, MISS.