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Gill, of Goodman, at tended court here Monday. John Barrett, of Gulfport, has been here this week on a visit to his broth er, W. O. Barrett. Hugh Dale, of Franklin, has #one to Memphis to take a course in cotton grading. is the T. How To Avoid Appendicitis. Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation bv stimulating the liver and bowels, and restores the natural action of the bowels. Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nause ate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes. Sold by B. S. Beall. 1. Levy came over from Craig Satur day on a visit to his family. W. Brooke Burwell, of Ebenezer, was hereMonday on a business errand. W. J. Shannon, of Tolarville, was numer I given a hearty greeting by his ous friends here Saturday. The stork visited the home of Dr. fend Mrs. A. M. Doty Thursday and left a lusty, jouncing' boy. B. 8. Beall is special agent for Prickly Aih Bitters. You'll talk It if you take it. Dr. W. F. Gresham, Durant, is a new subscriber to this paper. C. K. Reid took a trip to Tchula and other places in the delta Tuesday. Estelle Ashley is at home again, af ter engaging in railroad work in va rious portions of the state. J. T. Broome, of Hebron, was noted among the visitors to our cityMonday. J. T. Parish, of Acona. mingled with friends here Monday. The New Pure food and Drug Law. We are pleased ty announce that Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs. «old a and lung trouble is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs, and we recommend it as a safe remedy for children and adults. Sold by B. S. Beall. There's a reason for that ache in your back— ri^ht where it "stitches" every time you bend over, turn around or walk any distance. It's your kid neys. Take DeWitt's Kidney and j Bladder Pills. They are unequaled for backache, weak kidneys and in flammation of the bladder. A week's treatment 25 cents. Sold by B. S. Beall. v» * j * in Miss Corinne Nelkin, of Vicksburg, is the cherished guest of Mrs. I. Levy and family.. Miss Friedman, of Columbus, is the charming guest of Mrs. I. Levy and family this week. Earl Hooke, of Durant, visited the parental home Sunday. I. W. Saxon was over from Durant Tuesday on a business errand. Dr. W. F. Gresham, of Durant, was here Tuesday,mingling with his many friends. ( A fire started in the office of the Barrett Grocer Co. at about 8 o'clock Monday night, but was fortunately discovered by R. L. Woodruff and J. T. Freeman, who were passing, in time to prevent a spread. How the fire started is a mystery, ft started on the wall and how it possibly could be ignited there is inexplicable. A coat belonging to J. S. Heriot was hanging there and was burned. J.D. Donald, of Goodman, was here of the week on business the early part before the circuit court. Removal Notice. My blacksmith shop is now located on depot street, in the building ad joining Henrich & Lofstrom, having .moved August 1. In this connection, I desire to thank the public for the liberal patronage heretofore extended and assure them that I will appreciate a continuance of same, my facilities being much better now to be more prompt. When I can serve you in the blacksmithing or woodworking depart ments, call around. 8 16 14 a ISOM JEFFERSON. C. Alexander and theMisses Pet and Grace Rogers, of Emory, were Lex ington visitors Monday. J. A. Rogers made Jackson a busi ness visit Monday. DeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve is good for boils, burns, cuts, scalds and skin diseases, pecially good for piles. Sold by B. S. Beall. It is es Pah len Bros. " IP S E Can Give You Good Value v» * a j Legal Notices i * * Notice to Contractors. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Holmes County, passed at the regular Sept'r, 1907. meeting thereof. I am instructed to adver tise for bids, on the following contracts: To repair Cruger causeway. All work to he accord ing to plans and specifications on file with the Clerk and said bids to be submitted at the next regular meeting of the Board, 1st Monday in Oct'r, 1907. accompanied by a good bond for completion of work, contract to be let to the lowest responsible bidder, the Board reserving the right to reject any and all bids. PARHAM WILLIAMS. Clerk Notice to Money Lenders. By an order of the Board of Supervisors of Holmes County, Mississippi, at their September term, 1907,1 am authorized to advertise for bids to be submitted at their next meeting on the first Monday in October. 1907. for a cash loan of $5000.00 for a period of three montns, note to be made payable on January 1, 1907. Said fund to be placed to the credit of the county fund, to be used in defraying the general expenses of the county. PARHAM WILLIAMS. Chancery Clerk Notice of Sheriffs Sale Under Execution. Christmas & Foster, va. M. E. Wainwright. RY VIRTUE of the above stated execution directed to me by W. D. Gordon, a Justice of the Peace in and for the county of Hinds, state of Mississippi. 1 will, on Monday, the seventh day of October. 1907. at the south door of the county court house, in the town of Lexington Holmes county. Mississippi, within legal hours, expose for sale and sell at public outcry, to the highest bidder for cash, all the right, interest and claim of the defendant, M. E. Wainwright, in and to the following described land situated hi Holmes couuty. Mississippi, to-wit: The lease hold Interest of the defendant. M E Waiu wright, in and to the Lynchfield and Warfield Plantations, for the years 1908, 1909, and 1910, which has been levied on as the property oi the said defendant in the above styled case, and will be sold to satisfy the judgment therein and all co | ts . . W. W. WILBURN, v ep. t>. 190<. Sheriff Holmes County. Lands Posted. All parties arc warned that no tresspassing will be permitted upon the following land: E f V E. i and N. F.. i, 8. E. I, Sec. 10. T. 18, R. i w 'vuk, * N ; £ > » nd E, * N. W. 1 ami S. W. I y W. i and E, t N. E. i less 97 acres of! kixF 1 S e c ", T. 13, R. 1. E„ N. i. N. *. 51 a " off V end S. } of X. i See- 14. T. 13. R 1 E. Those tresspassing will be punished as provided v , , MRS M. A 8TEWART. K. r. D. No. 1. Ebenezer, Mins.. Sept. 4. iyo7. Winter Wood. S. es Phonc Dll :l for the best All orders filled promptlv. PAtL .stovewood. STEIN. ASMCRAFT'S Transfer Livery and Having purchased the interest of the Moore Brothers in the livery business, I desire to thank the public for their liberal patronage extended in the past, and earnestly solicit a continuance of the fearne. Equip ments are of the best, and I am pre pared to guarantee satisfaction in every line* I have an elegant hearse and funeral paraphernalia in connec tion. I will collect all accounts and settle the bill of Moore & Ashcraft. Again Thanking you, I am, / I 1 Tours to serve, J. V. ASHCRAFT Argo Red Salmon is caught in Ber ing Sea among the Icebergs. That is why the flesh is so firm and the flavor j so delicious. Mrs. Houston Barner, of Ruleville, ' visited S. O. Stigler and family the latter part of last week, on her way to j Owens Wells. W. F. Farr, of Emory, was here Saturday, making arrangements for Master Jim Foster to attend our excel lent school.