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Mrs. I David Sutton is the next hostess, on I the eighteenth, The Study Club was organized at Mrs. G. A. burden's Saturday after noon. Officers elected 1 President— Mrs. G. A. Wilson. Vice President— Mrs. A. M. Pepper. Secretary—Mrs. J. S. Eggleston. The initial meeting will be with Mrs. A. M. Pepper i Wednesday afternoon. . B. W. Mrs. J. E. Moss visited friends at Winona and Durant the early part of the week. Charter Amendment. 1. Amendment to the charter of the Mer chants & Fanners Bank, domiciled at the city of Lexinfrton. Mississippi. •J. Said corporation shall hereafter he known and styled as the Merchants & Farmers Bank A Trust Company, domiciled at above city of Lexington, Mississippi. S. Said corporation is authorised, from and after approval of these amendments, to have, hold and exercise any of the duties, trusts and powers that may hereafter tie conferred on it in accordance with law and the provision* of Sec tions J64 and 265 of the Annotated Code of 1906 of the State of Mississippi. 4. Said additional powers for said corpora tion shall not extend longer than the time granted to said corporation in its original Goods Received SAME DAY as Ordered From LEON HESSDORFFER 4 . f ► . f ► I ' i . f ► . f ► . f ► . ' ► J Liquor Dealer Canton, Miss. FINE IMPORTED and DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS, GINS, BRANDIES, Etc. Ail Prices and Qualities • • • • ! 4 * 1 PbrQt 1 Th. Famous Red Top Rye... .$l 26 Pete Cooper Rve, reduced to... 1 60 Hill Club Heeedorffer'a Private Stock... $1 00 ; Heesdorffer*» Pure Rye. Kentucky Belle Bourbon Old Glory Rye. 75Ö I Gilt Edge Straight Whisky, gal tS 00 J reduced to,.. 1 35 Old Monopole Rye reduced to.. 1 00 : Old Silas Moore, reduced to.... 1 00 Murray He j Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Refunded j On Any o! These Brands. Long Distance Phone No. 74 « 4 9 WW€W V W WVWW ▼ ▼▼ Candidate Noel Announces Dates Senator E. F. Noel, leading candi date for governor, author of the pri mary election law ; of the elective judiciary amendment (which received three-fourths of the popular vote cast on that question) and of the statute that taxed the C. O. D. liquor business out of existence, and of various other important reforms, will speak at the following times and places. Cadaretta, Webster county, afternoon April 18. Slate Springs, Calhoun county, in., April 18. I Raleigh, Smith county, about noon, I April 15. I Okolona, Chickasaw county, about noon, April 16. Shannon. Lee county, 7 :30 p. in., April 16. Meridian, Lauderdale county, 8 p. m., April 17. Edwards, Hinds county, 8 p. in., April 18. i Bolton, Hinds county, afternoon April 19. Maddox, Simpson countfy, afternoon April 19. Magee, Simpson county, 7:30 p. m., April 19. Ridgland, Madison county, a. in., April 20. Madison, April 20. All, especially ladies, are cordially invited to attend the speakings. Com petitors will be welcomed, and ac corded equal division of time. 30 Madison county, 9 a. m., Rev J. B. Hutton, of Jackson, com menced a series of protracted meetings at the Presbyterian church Monday evening. They are largely attended and productive of much spiritual benefit to the community. CITY BEAUTIFUL The cosy cottages of Mr. W. L. Jordan and Mr. W. L. Walton are donning very attractive coats of paints and thus keep pace with the general effort to beautify the home now so much in force in our city. The colonial home of Dr. W. F. Stansbury is spacious and beautiful, and always attracts the eyes of visi tors with its charming simplicity. Next door is the rooftree of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Baker, and blue ribbons float from every gable of this dainty domain. A more perfect picture in the most minute details cannot be imagined or desired. The craning of necks of the passerby shows a reluc tance to part with the last look at this model of the home-making beautiful. The diive beyond these homes brings in view the turrets of Hon. and Mrs. E. F. Noel's handsome suburban home—a stately and splendid edifice the far-reaching grounds. Even an exodus to The Mansion of the state could not be made without regret, from so beautiful a spot; over which a charming mistress has waved a magic wand. FAIRFAX. Bargain in Hill Land. For Sale—An ideal hill home, 1237 acre plantation, 700 acres in cultiva tion. Improvements first-class ; well watered and well drained. Will sell for |15.00 per acres, and will lease the place back at 11500.00 per year for three years, with privilege of two years more at same price. Terms. ■ For full particulars, apply to O. F. HOSEA, Real Estate Agent Committee for the Union Meeting The resident pastors have secured as an executive committee to serve in connection with the union meeting next week the following Inethren : Parham Williams, B. S. Beall. Walter K. Durden. It is hoped our people will co-operate with this committee a"d the pastors in all theii efforts to help ont the meeting, that it may prove a blessing to our whole community. Masters Guy Arnold, Willie and Curg Spencer, of Tolarville, paid The Advertiser force a most appreciated call Friday evening. Mesdames Arnold and S. F. Spencer were shopping in Lexington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Harrison, of Tolarville, visited Lexington Friday. We are exclusive agents for the ce- 0 orated White House Coffee—1 lb. and 2 lb. cans. Keirn Bros. J. A. Rogers and sons, Preston and C. C., were welcome visitors in # Lex ington business circles Friday. Webb Lunsford, of Coxburg, so journed in the city Friday. SOME SUPPORT IN SIMPSON. Hon. E. F. Noel, of Lexington, Holmes county, spoke to a large audience at the Fair Grounds yesterday. He was well received here and has many supporters and friends among our ports that everything looks very favora ble regarding his canvass for the gov ernorship, and is sanguine that he will lead in the primary election next year. Judge Truly also delivered a speech out lining his platform as a candidate for Governor, as did Mr. 8. W. Joiner, who is a candidate for railroad commission.— Mt. Olive Tribune. He re THE SAMPLE LABOR CONTRACT LAW BENEFICIAL The following is one of the most beneficent measures passed by the last . legislature, and was introduced by f Hon. S. N. Sample, of this county : ► ' 'If any person, with intent to injure . or defraud his employer or tiny person f enters into a contract in writing, duly ► acknowledged or attested by two wit I nesses in their own handwriting for ' the performance of any act or service i which is to be performed within fif . teen months from the date of such con f tract, and thereby obtains money ► other personal property from such em . ployer or other person, and with like f intent, and without just cause and ► without refunding such money . paying for such property, willfully re f fuses or fails to perform such act ► service, he shall, on conviction, . punished for obtaining money under ' false pretenses and shall be punished by ► fine of not more than $100, or by im prisonment in the county jail for not Citizens Life Insurance Company ''The Giant oî The South V $15,660,34 in Premiums collected in Mississippi in 1906 and $35,600.00 Loaned to Mississippians at 6 per cent on real security The Citizens Life Is a Southern Enterprise, Officered and Managed by Southern Financiers The Citizens did more business in one year than any of the Eastern companies did in the first ten years of their existence, and has paid more dividends in two years than all of them put together did in the same length of time. We pay dividends annually. Ex-Gov. Longino is a Director in the Citizens Life Insur ance Company. 0. F. HOSEA, Agent, Lexington, Miss. exceeding six months, or both, in the discretion of the court. And the re fusal or failure of any person who en ters into such contract to perform such act or service, or refund such money or pay for such property, without just cause, shall be prima fticie evidence of the intent to injure or defraud his employer or other person, and shall warrant a conviction, in all cases in which the evidence, as a whole, does not create a reasonab le doubt of the guilt of the accused. If the employer or other person fails or refuses upon the demand of the employe or. such other person or any authorized sentative, to render, within a repre able time, true itemized accounts of the property and money so obtained from him and of the entire indebted ness claimed, or shall render an ac count knowingly false as to the items therein, then there shall be no convic tion under this section."