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B* fh. .Royal Baking Powder Is the I greatest of time and labor rA savers to the pastry cook. f£? Economizes flour, butter W and eggs and makes the A food digestible and healthful r*v HOWIJ -v. Makes most liealtlifiil food | No alum—no lime phosphates The only baking powder mads from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar t'l Prof. W. Q. Smith visited Sbaddou Tuesday to determine _ site of new school house to be built in place of the one burned about two weeks ago. Harry McCain was given the third rank, in amplified torm. at the meet ing of the Knights of Fyttuas Monday jjight. a • * j Home News f E. A. Walker, of Emory, exchanged softie choice cotton for a liberal amount cf the coin of the realm last Friday After a close and careful investigation of the merits of all markets within a practical radius he has arrived at the inevitable conclusion that Lexington offers the beet advantages of them all W. R. Bingham, of near Bowling Green, transacted business here Tues day. Hoarseness in a child subject to croup is a sure indication of tbe ap proach of the disease. If Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is given at once or even after the eroupy cough has ap peared, it will prevent tbe attack. Contains no poison. Sold by All Deal era. A. D. Tate and J. T. Tate, of Bowl ing Green, marketed cotton here Fii day and went home well pleased with their transactions The Tates have long siuce realized the superior merits of Lexington's marketing facilities and become permanent customers of tbe city. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Purcell and son, Ernest, of Greenwood, were tbe cherished guests of P. A. Lindholm and family. They came over on their elegant automobile. R. C. Brown visited Durant on busi ness Monday, J. M. Turner, of Ebenezer brought in some cotton for market Tuesday He also laid in a liberal supply of goods for his store. Mr. Turner is ever loyal to his country and gives borne institutions tbe preference when in tbe market for goods. Z Tbe pleasant purgative effect experi enced by all who use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and tbe healthy condition of the body and mind which they create, makes one fSel joyful. Sold by All Dealers. I 1 r 1 I McBee Lumber Co. Dealers in Lumber Coal I I : We Invite Comparisons |in Both Price and Quality II L I I T. F. Doty, of Zeiglerville.-placed a liberal amount of the fleecy staple on the market in Lexington Friday. Mr. Doty is a splendid farmer ana has long since arrived at the conclusion that Lexington is the ideal market. J. I. Me Lallan, of Bethesda. attend ed to business in Lexington Monday, Mrs. W. R. Miles arrived Monday from New Orleans to visit friends and look after property interests. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wilburn, John Edgar McRae and A N. Taylor enjoy ed a pleasant automobile ride to Yazoo City Tuesday. ' C R. Kltiger, the Jeweler, 1080 Vir ginia Ave .Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "i was s0 W eak from kidney trouble that I could, hardly walk a hundred feet. Four bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion, cured mv backache and the irregularities disappeared, and I can now attend to business every day and recommend Fo ley's Kidney Remedy to all sufferers. as it cured me after the doctors and other iemedies nad failed." Sold by B H. Beall Maj. J M. Powers, of Franklin: Sneeby & Co , of Bowling Green; W. Brooke Burwell. of Ebenezer, made liberal consignments of cotton to this market during the past week. R. H. Hocut, of Zeiglerville. brought in some cotton to Lexington Monday. Mrs. J, D. Lowiie arrived Wednes day from Holly Springs on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs S. R. Moore. H. H. Hocut was among the cotton sellers here Monday. S. R Moore returned Monday from Holly Springs where he had been to visit 3. b. Lowrie and family and at tend the county fair, which he reports a magnificent success, grandson. Ernest Lowrie, accompanied him home His little The Bed-Rock of Success lies in a keen, cleat brain, backed by indomitable will and resistless energy. Such power comes from tbe splendid health that Dr. King's Nsxr Life Pills impart. They vitalize every organ aud build up brain and body. J. A Harmon, Lizemore, W. Va., writes: "They are the best pills l ever used. " 25c at Swinney 8b Stigler's and B. S. Beall's._ Z 3. M. Long, of Long Hill, was here Friday selling cotton and making needed purchases. 1 B. S Bmctfl, a prominent ud pn> greeaive farmer of Yazoo county, made Lexington a viait Tue*day, and took occasion to place a goodly number of fiales of cntton on the market at the prevailing high prices I Swayee lire* aearer to other market tng points, be -fiuds it profitable for him to drive many extra miles to Lex ington to get the benlit of the "live and let live" policy in vogue here. The top notch prices for farm product and comparatively low prices on nter chandise obtained in JLexintgon makes distance an inconeequeutiai considers tion. Mrs J. W. Coil ins, of Ethel, arrived Monday on a viait to her brother, W. B. White. U. W. Tolar, of Talarvilie, sojourn ed in the city Tueeday. Dr. B. B. Booker took a hunting trip aea<r Keirn's Switch Monday. While Mr. r eg uni Tbs That's why Hi re at deeds compel world crowns its doers, the American people have crowned Dr. King's Hew Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies. Eveiy atom is a health force. It kills germ", and colds and la grippe vanish, heals cough-racked membranes and coughing stops. Sore, inflamed bron chial tubes and lungs are cuied and hemorrhages cease. Dr. Geo. More. Blackjack, N. f!., writes" it cured me of lung trouble, pronounced hope less by all doctors." 50c, $1.00 Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Swinney & Stigler and B. S. Beall. It a Earl Stewart, of Zeiglerville. spent Monday in Lexington. Mis. P. A. Lindholm has been the gu€]t or relatives and friends at Wino na and Kilmichael the past week. A. B. Cade, of Carroll county, mar keted a number of bales of cotton here the latter part of last week. Besides being splendid farmers our Carroll county friends are astute managers and bring their products to the market that gives tnem the best advantages— henee their frequent visit to Lexington, Your cough annoys you. Keep on hacking and tearing he delicate mem branes of your throat if you want to be annoyed. But if you want relief, want to be cuied, take Cbamberlmn's Cough Remedy. Sold by All Dealers. Jonas Long, of Tolarville. marketed cotton in Lexington Friday and sup plied himself with some of those at tractive bargains our merchants offer tbrough the columns of the Advertiser. Presiding Elder N. G. Augustus preached in the Methodist church Sun day night and bald quarterly confer ence Monday morning. J. W. Dale of Franklin, disposed of some of the staple product of the South on this market Friday < Try This In November. Thousands upon thousands of. fam ilies who have not been regular eaters of Quaker Scotch Oats will begin on the first day of November and eat Quaker Scotch Oats once or twice every day for thirty days of this month; the result in good health and more strength and vigor will mean that every other month in the year will find them doing the same thing. Try it! Serve Quaker Scotch Oats plentifully and frequently for the thirty days of November and leave off a cor responding amount of meat and greasy foods. You'll get more health, more vigor and strength than you ever got In thirty days of any other kind of eating. While you are trying this see that the children get a full share. The best food for them. Quaker Scotch Oats Is also packed in hermet ically sealed tins for hot climates; keeps indefinitely. FALL HARDWARE WHERE TO GET IT CHEAP We are daily receiving our Fall supply of general hardware and can fill your orders—small or large. We guarantee to save you money if you trade with us. You will soon need Louisiana Molasses Cans Cook's Cane Mills and Evaporators (Compare Prices and Weight, also the Quantity of Juice per Hour) James & Graham Wagons Wagon and Buggy Harness Belt & Steam Fittings We keep What You Need, And Would be Pleased to Show You The Goods and Quality. \ Hardware-Lumber Co. W. L. HOOKER, President. Lexington, Miss. * i October Statement of the City of Lexington, Idiee., o*.,™. j Legal Notices < s * School Fuud— Oct. 1. To bal. due fuud To amt. from Holme* county, aep. ach. diet. M0 52 To January distribute 1011 Is To June distribution To adv. taxes, il mills.. 5372 07 To polls of sheriff By warrants cancelled.. 7284 65 By com. to treasurer By bal. due fund. Street Fund— 1008. 12247 18 ,505 50 888 00-I9704 54 187 95 2292 04-19764 64 1908. Oct. 1. To btl. due fund $1897 77 To adv. road tax of co. 677 88 To tram, back from In terest on bonds. To fines collected To ball privilege. To street tax. 900 00 . 1834 00 . 200 89 ..... 980 37-15492 36 By warrants cancelled.$3082 17 By com. to treasurer. By bal. due fund. Corporation Fund— Oct. 1. To bal. due fund. To trans. b'k f r'm In's b. To adv. taxes, 8 mills... 3397 88 To dog tax. To half privilege By warrants cancelled.. 8240 71 By treasurer's com By bal due fund... Interest on 8cbool Bonds Fund 79 88 2880 81—$5492 86 1908. $1909 27 72 62 109 80 200 89—$5745.86 R 59 2412 06—$6746 36 1908. Oct. 1. To bal. due fund To adv. taxes, li mills. 2538 49-$4l74 95 By coupons cancelled... 1250 00 By trans. back to street 900 00 By trans. back to corp. 72 52 By 16 com. to treks. 26 87 By bal. due fund. 1927 06-94174 9$ Colored Sceool Bonds Fund— $8000 00 $ 636 46 1908. Dec. 14. To sale of bonds. To am't trans. from school fund. By warrants cancelled. 8487 16 By treas. commission.. 200 00 By overdrawn ... Cemetery Fund— Oct. 1. To sale of lots. By warrants cancelled.. 60 00 By overdrawn. By commission treas ... By bal. due fund. 1168 29-R9168 2$ 471 14-89168 29 1908. .$ 70 00-$ 70 00 1 15 I 76 7 10-* 70 no 1908. Oct. 1, Total adv. taxes. 10 mills. Add'n assessment.. J. A. Brown: Tax Collector— $12,849 69 401 86—$12,751 05 Credits— By sun. payments.. $11,272 18 By commission By Insolvencies 664 67 925 25-812,751 06 K. E. WILBURN, Clerk. Notice to Non-Resldenta. In Matter of Estate of Miss Mary I,. Webster, deceased—By A. M- Pepper. Executor—In Chancery Court, Holmes County. Mississippi. No. 1482 To John Webster. Poplar Grove, Ark.; Mrs. Kowena W. Berard, Helena. Ark.; Ernestine Waters. Charlie Waters. Marie Louise Wa ter*; last three minors. Poplar Grove, Ark.; Susie Webster, minor. Nazareth. Ky.; How ard Webster, minor, Memphis, Tenn.; Rob ert P. Webster, Wartraec. Tenn.; Robert P, Webster. 1841 Wabash Ave., Chicago, III.; and all heirs of law known and unknown of the late Miss Mary L. Webster, deceased: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Holmes, In the 8tate of Mississippi, on tbe fourth Monday, the 22d Jay of November, A. D. 1909, and show c ause. If you can. why the Anal account of A. M. Pepper, executor, of the estate of the late Miss Mary L. Webater. deceased, should not be allowed and approved aa stated as provided by law and aaked in tbe petition of the said executor. This tne 20th day of October, 1909. PARHAM WILLIAMS. Chancery Court Clerk. Boothe A Pepper. Sols. ChauMry Summon*. No. 1663. J. W. Drane vs. G. W. Drane et al. In Chancery Court. Holmes County. Mississippi. Tne 8tate of Mlsslsssppl—To P. L. Maguire. Thurber Maguire. Douglass Maguire. Gladys Maguire; tbe last three being minors: and to P. L. Maguire, the father of Thurber Ma guire, Douglass Maguire and Gladys Ma guire. residents of tbe State of Illinois; and to Bertie Drane. Abner Craft and Mildred Craft; the last being a minor; and to Abner Craft, the father of Mildred Craft, residents of tbe 8tate of Texas, defendants in tbe above styled suit, whose postoffice addresses are unknown: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Holmes In said State, on the fourth Monday of November. A. D. 1909. to defend tbe suit In said court of J. W. Drane. wherein yon are defendants. This October 19. A. I) 1909. PARHAM WILLIAMS, Clerk. Tackett * Elmore, Sol'rs. * • i Experienced Undertaker j I T 1 1 Licensed Embalmer 54 64 flf 1 have engaged an Undertaker and Licensed Embalmer and have just received an elegant New Funeral Wagon, and will deliver work to part of the county. Have a full of Coffins, Caskets and Burial Robes, etc. My undertaker, Mr. James A. Ross, of Memphis has an experience sf over 20 years and thoroughly understands the work. q Every detail looked after promptly; Day or Night. I guarantee satisfac tion both in service and p*rice. 36 any l n ,f M.M.RAYNER, Day Phone Lexington, Miss, Nlgbt Phone 171 or 162 190. J m W. J. McElroy General Blacksmith and Repair Shop From an Automobile to a Steam Engine. Horseshoeing; a Specialty Any Horse interfering or Overreaching if not Stopped, Money Refunded. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. n Something Good (ram Leilslsas VI LUZIANNE COFFEE W FRESH, STRONG, FRAGRANT, SATISFYING. Two Million Cops Drunk Daily 2 d eta. 1 lb. THE REILY-TAYLOR, CO. NEW ORLEANS,U.S.A. "CT-» "•i 3 Sold everywhere.