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ARLINGTON will be opened to the public on October 1st, 1907* Everything new* Good meals properly pre pared and served* Traveling Men Specialy Looked After. Courteous treatment to each and . all* Your satisfaction and money 1r s worth is our aim. ON'T forget the place "Hotel Arlington. ON'T forget the date after Oct. 1st, 1907. ON'T forget to try us, we aim to please. D *• Hot and Cold Baths* MRS. R. P. CLACK, Prop'r. H. B. GLOVER, Manager. Lexington, Miss. Advance Fall Showing of the famous Correct Clothes for Gentl?m?n (( }> We have just received and arc now placing on exhibition our new stock of Men's Fine Cloth ing* We invite you to call and see the new models, for they are so unusually stylish and at tractive that we know it will be well well worth your while to see* This Fall the bulk of our bet ter grades from the famous house of SCHLOSS BROS & CO* An Unprecedented Display of the New Fall Styles from Schloss Bros. & Co of Baltimore. BALTIMORE AND NEW YORK. Makers of the celebrated "Correct Clothes for Gentlemen". These goods are almost too well known to need dation at our hands, but we will say, for the benefit of those who are not familiar with them, that they are without question the finest "Ready-for-Service" garments that money can buy. We have been fortunate in securing the very cream of their finest productions. The Fall Display is now complete. Come in I commen Pickens Bros . Co. The Head to Foot Outfitters ", tt We keep only One THU 17 "DCCTT Grade of Drugs...... * iTI-J DHiu 1 We ask your prescriptions on this basis PURE DRUGS Kf! /^OMPLE TE LINE of toilet articles, perfumery, writing tablets and fancy stationery, ^ school books, cutlery, paints, oils, varnishes, cigars, chewing and smoking tobaccos. SWINNEY & STIGLER Siffe Kodoi DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT SSUSSSAJS For iMtlob-Wuk Kldns,, trj Dentil Kldnti t MjMiiPilli Sen ml Deb NtaFARSD ONLY AT TK« LABORATORY OR B. O. DbWITT 4c COMPANY, CHICAGO, ILL* FOR SALE BY B. S. BEALL. * i Home News # J. M. Lewis, of Pickens, spent Sun day in attendance upon the S, S. lec tures developed by Mr. Smit h. In a meeting at Oak~Grove this week there have been twenty-two pro fessions of faith in Christ up to Wednesday. A series of revival services will be gin at Franklin on Sunda H. Hill, of Jackson, will Rev. W. there on Monday to do the preaching after he comes. Miss Rosa Boyd and Tom Boyd, of Yazoo City, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lundy. t Watch Fob Lost. Lost—-Friday morning, one Knight Templar watch fob, with my name aud Commandery No. 8 engraved on it. Return aud get reward. W. I. PICKENS R. A. Povall has been on the sick list this week. T. C. Williams, of Poplarvill|e, is the guest of his brother, Parham Wil liams. _ Holmes County's Farmers' Union will meet at Lexington on the 19tb iust., instead of meeting at Mathenu. The change was made on account of sickness in that section. Ail locals are requested to send a full delegation. T G . STEPHENSON. Pres't. J. R. MILES, Sec'y, Mr. W. C. Smith, of Ridgeland, lectured on Sunday School the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning and evening. In the ing he set forth the importance of the work. In the evening he emphasized the cradle roll and home departments. The teachers' meeting and more espe cially the necessity for a teachers' training class. At the close of the service there was a call for volunteers to enter this class which resulted in the organization of a class with eight members. Since then one has been added and before the class begins the regular course of study, we hope to add more. This is a very important work, this training of teachers, and we propose to make a success of the class organized here. worn m morn JAMES B. GUTHRIE. Dr. William Yandell, of Canton, was found dead in his hath room Tuesday morning. His family were on a visit at the parental home here at the time of its occurrence. Dr. Yandell was a graduate of Tulane University,of New Orleans, and stood high in his pro fession, as well with his friends who knew him best. His funeral took place the next day attended by his family, who left here for the sad scene as soon as notified. The Advertiser tenders sincere sympathy to the be reaved. Strayed or Stolen. On Monday, Sept. 9 1907, from Ben Olive's pasture in Lexington, Miss., one light bay mare, spot in face, small sadd e mark on top or back, about 15 hands hi$h, 5 years old last spring. Information as to her whereabouts will lie appreciated and rewarded. Address HERRMAN BROS. CO. ; Polk Williams. Lexington, Miss. Anyone having a well trained setter, black Gordon preferred, who wants to sell at a bargain, address Dr, J, F. Slaughter, Midnight, Miss. Cl £ £ cP > A n M m & ; ■f"iv <>-d " Wt' jv.-tV'L ^ .* m: ' E o CO spuLEBUSiNESS COLLtCc. SOULR COLLLOK Is the Leiulmg hir ^ Highest Grade Business, fslu ,-vthaii.r ar.t English Training School In tbc Hontli recognized everywhere as u Wide twnke, Practical, Reliable, Progressive, Popular and Successful School It make, do delusive promises to secure (indents. SOULE COLLEGE owns and occupier the Finest Business School Bu'ldlng is America. 19 Krperleoced Teachers Book , keepers and Stenographers recommahded I lend lor Ksw Illustrated Circular. GKO IOULI * *01V» It is Coffins, Caskets, Burial Robes. M. IVI. RAYNER. F. J. CASEY Keeps Constantly on Hand Buggy and Carriage Hardware, Family Groceries, Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Pipes* Jewelry, Tin and Glassware* Don't fail to see our fOc Counter for Bargains. If you need a new Buggy orjjHarness we can supply you promptly and at reasonable Prices. | Fire, Life, Accident, Health, f Employer s Liability, Tornado I INSURANCE OF EVERY KNOWN DESCRIPTION Is our business, in our dealings satisfactory and profitable to our clients. We advise to their in terests even when at a sacrifice ol our profits, getting our reward in a large number and better satisfied list of friends and customers—and prestige We exert all means power to make our business <$> <$> ($> <Q> + f PINKERTON INSURANCEJAGENCY CO. , Phone No. 166. Second Floor Bank of Commerce Annex e 1 i n l Best Farm^Wagons - andjjthc =■ BEST BRICK Made in the State are'Made in Durant. We have recently put in an outfit to make Brick that can not be surpassed. Our Brick absorbs the smallest amount of water, and walls built of them will not get wet through. There is nothing as good as brick to build a house out of, nothing but brick will stand fire. tJWe solicit your orders and are now turning out Brcks that are strong, and give you satisfaction. LOVE WAGON CO., DURANT. Miuiuippi. V XK THE SAFEST AND QUICKEST|WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates apply to Local Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co* Incorporated IT DOES NOT PAV TO LET ^ THE PAINT WEAR OFF I will be pleased to look over the premises and figure with you about exist of new dress. Honest work, honest paint and honest results. It's Economical to Paint PaMtag Paper-Hanking. LEXINGTON W. G. GROTTY Dealer in FOREIGN and AMER ICAN MARBLE and GRANITE. All work finished and lettered at the quarries. Give me your order and save the middleman's profit. Safe delivery. IRON FENCE A SPECIALTY W.G.CROTTY,Yazoo City, Miss.