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Made from the Whole Wheat From which the Nutritious Bran has not been Bolted pleases IT'S BETTER it satisfies IT Every Barrel Guaranteed Ask for a Sample Sack. Herrman Brothers Company l or by as CATO. ''A whole life can be built upon one wertical column, and then, when all is .over, 'He that doeth the will of God abidetk forever.' " Mr J. M. Long and little daughters, OVER THE COUNTY CKXhO-O frowlino Green. illiss Pet Rogers, our popular school teuoher, dismissed school Tuesday went -to Crugor to see her brother, Jo die F. Sogers, who is very sick of tv jphoid fever We hope he will toon be well again 'Miss Annie Weeks, teacher of Emo ry school, was called home Tuesday to see her mother who, we are sony to say, is very sick. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Alexander sent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rogers. . Opt. J H. Downer visited Lexing ton Tuesday. JMendaines A. S. Byrd, D. W. Weeks »nd D. F. McLellan spent Sunday evening with Mrs. J. I. Alraon, Uh D. W. Weeks and Mis. A. S. Byrd visited Mrs. D. F. McLellan Tuesday. Prof. H. W. Gulledge, of Cleveland school, visited his mother Saturday, returning Sonaav. Mr. J. H. McNeer made West a huaiaess visit Tuesday. Ur. Chester Johnson brought in Nude Hill, a darkey who had jumped Isle contract with J. H. McNeer. Esaulie V. 3. Graoe on last Satur day .(tied «obt. Pointer, colored, for jeiuping his oontiact. He was fined 9W and «enfenced to the couDty farm 0# days: .Mi. Willie Evans and mother-in-law, B(rs. 11. 'E. Barger, visited Mrs. D. W. Weeks Wednesday. _ L Mr. T. E. McLellan carried tbe nail Monday for the patrons of Route f while J. 1. Almon, regular carrier, made a business visit to Lexington. Mr. J.W. Alford rolled J.l Almon's dwelling bouse on higher ground and made other improvements. (Master Ben Almon spent last Satur aty aught with Master Red Alford, returning Monday. Ho reports a nice time and or Miaa Carrio Almon spent two daya last week with Mra. H. C. Rogers. Mr* D T. McLellan spent Saturday night with her sister, Mrs. D. W. Weeks. Mrs. Katie Estes, of Cruger, spent last week with her brother, Mr. W. (J. Downer and family. Prof. J. R. Gulledge and wife, of Acona, speiit Saturday and Sunday with Dr. and Mr«. J. H. Byrd. air. J. A. Tate, of near West, was in our city Wednesday. 'Sitae Bottle Sue Herndon, of Owena, ttH spending this week with her aunt, •Aire. J. U. Bheehy. Master Shiffoid Rhyne spent a few .days this week with his uncle, Mr. J. jD. Sheehy and family. jBa&t,wishes to all. Lono Hill. *'In 'pastures green'? Not always; sometimes ne , Wh* fcwwetli best, in kindness leadeth In weary ways, where heavy shadows be. _ jfcnd by 'still waters'? No, not always vOfttimes fthe heavy tempests round me blow, . ... And o'er my soul the waves and bil lows go. But when the storm beats loudest, and I cry , , .. Aloud tor help, tbe Master standetb Jby, , And whispers to my soul 'Lc it is I. ' So, were He leads me I can safely go, And in the blest hereafter I shall know Mhy in His wisdom He hath led me 90 . " SAM'S Preparation is Playing a Conspicu ous part among the Clothes Cleaners A limited number of Club Members enables him to give satisfaction. Clothes Called for and Delivered Ail particular people have SAM to do their work. PHONE 45, Herbert Bouse. Louella and Janie May. spent Satur day and Sunday with relatives at Marksville. Mr. Henry C. Baughn and James Long attended services at Bethany Sunday Mr. J. E. Mooney and Mr. K. T. Tiner carried cotton to Lexington 0 i Monday. he Charley Mooney, Edgar Long, James ol( Long and Mr. Baughn went to Elliott Hill Sunday night to hear Rev, J. A. Coleman preach. will Tommie Mooney and Miss Julia The Dicken attended divine service at El hood liott Hill Sunday night. ia," Mr. Sam Stigler, of Lexington, 0 j d passed through this community last Friday. land Rev. J. A. Coleman, of Lexington, n08e made a splendid talk altor Sunday, school Sunday at Long Hill. ; have A Sunbeam Mission Band was organ- j no ized at Long Hill last Sunday. A : School Improvement Club has been or- ; y OU ganized also. 'In the Lexicon of youth there is no such word as Fail. " In speaking of the progress made in have varicus communities, that made by long Hill cannot be excelled by any other. seen In the past six years it has made wonderful progross. At that time it Mrs. could not boost of even having a school house. Now.it has splendid school facilitis, Sunday school, praver meet- j ng ing Sunday night, young men's prayei acc0 meeting Wednesday night, a Sunbeam or Mission Band,a school Improvement 8een Club and church service once and sometimes twice a month. In an edu been cational as well as in a religious sense, at Lopg Hill keeps step with any other community. The school is small, but f or what it lacks In number is made up 8 be by the interest manifested. Long Hill as a community lives as one faihily, endeavoring to promote the success, (his appiness and welfare of the whole, Each one has a purpose in life—parents realize that their children must pre pare for mature manhood and woman hood—that each one must take up his her share of the work ot life and etiher succeed or fail. Theie is not a day hnt wbat one can clearly see some oar progress made. All realize that ''The D0 man without a purpose is like a ship without a rudder." CREOLE. to Non* hurant w * T . It hac been a Iona time since I have writtn for your ' over the county f page, but I have not boon indifferent to the weekly visits of the peoples ( 0 friend, the Advertiser. You know it is said, Laugh ana v the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone. The weeping side of life has been mine for, wbat seems to me. an age but I cannot say that I have wept alone for friends have shar ed my troubles with me, giving words p of comfort, encouragement and sym patliy; friends of the good Samaritan j type and not like the Levito who • 'passed by on the other side, " doubt less, congratulating himself .that no such misfortune had befallen him.jOf ^r course it is but right to be thankful ( to our heavenly Father when life s sorest griefs and troubles are kept away from our homes, but there is a ditternee between a thankful spirit and just simply being glad that we have escaped. Well, of course you kuow what has been going oil around Durant, for it is city that cannot be hidden. Her public enterprises, her merchants, her churches, school, etc., are among the best in the land. "Room for improve ment" did I bear someone say ? Yes, wbat toww worthy the name but needs and seeka improvement. "Still achiev ing. still pursuing" is Durant's mot to. The blind tiger leech is being made to let go his hold and, ere long if our men will all rise to their prvi lege and duty as citizens, he will one j pushed off and out. Must the low liy is ad blind ligei live and thrive while God the manhood of our country is being dragged down to a drunkard s grave. and ob, infinitely worse, a drunkard s belli No, a thousand times, no! If I waa a man I would be a man or give up my rignt of suffrage. We of rant and vicinity are indbted to''Cre ole" for tbokind way in which she (?) spoke of our people in last week's Ad vertiser. Last Sunday was a great day with the Baptist church here. After a soul stirring sermon by Pastor Holcomb the roll was called by the church clerk, Brother Jones, and then an all round hand shaking took place in which every'member present, pastor included, shook* bands with each other, thus more blest "the tie that or me and .. , ' me M •u making binda. n Rev. Robert Ruaaell, tbe aupplying pastor at Oregon church, will preach at that place next Sunday, tbe Lord willing.. While tbe sun abinea, our people jare making or aaving plenty of nice bay i That ia good for it means better fed to stock. I bate to see the poor dumb j creatores underfed, and, in many j cases, overworked as well. ! Sincerely. R. E. M. 1 As jt has been sometime since the 0 i d Q raf t a gle has written anything, he will write a few lines to the good ol( j Advertiiaer. Times are getting hard and money scarce and we poor farmers onMathena will have to ioik for another place. The old son* I used to bear in nay boy hood was "'Hell Broke Loose in Gedr ia," so it is with the people here on 0 j d Mather,* deadening. The boll weevil and the bale weevil and the land holders have the people by the n08e and a down hill pull on as. The g^le says, "Do unto others as you have others do unto you," but that is no t the way down here in the'swamp, j 8i you must do to me as I want y OU d0i not you must move. We understand since the circuit court there are a good many of the white people that will have to move who have been living here on the deadea f or a bou.i twenty-live years, Mr g, a. Burks and Mr. Reed were seen this morning on their way to Gooden Lake to visit his daughter, Mrs. (\ £ Hargraves and friends, Miss Ada May Frost returned to Mathena Tuesday where she is teach j ng school. She was called borne on acc0 unt of the death of her nephew, Mr. jr, m. Hampton and wile were 8een on t driving this morning. Mr. j. x. Millwood's little bey baa been sick this week, but ia some better at this writing. Mis. Lncy Morehead has been sick f or 80 «e time with slow fever; hope 8 be will recover boob. j, a. Long and T. F Durham have moved tbeir min to Paynm deadening (his week, expecting to be ready for running in a few days. Dr. Mboon and J. H. Watson, Jr.* were seen on the streets of Belzoni Saturday The gins in Belzoni have been busy running for the Iasi three weeks We thing a few more weeks will finish up oar crops for this season. There were D0 crops made here this year, j, a. Long carried fourteen bnndred pounds of the double jointed cotton to the gin and made fonr hundred and fifty of lint which he sold for thirteen and one-one sixteenth, and sold fifteen bli8b els of seed for $30. Be got $88.40 f or (he cotton and fifteen bushels of This cotton has made one baJe ( 0 (he acre this year, Mr. H. V. Thornton, of Thornton, v | 8 j tad j, a. Long Sunday, Mr8 M M Lona , wa8 trading in this week, The people of M&tbena had a grave yard c i ean j n g Friday, The protracted meeting started at p utnam y un day. the 17th. Mr y A . Burks is down from A tta j county looking after his plantation here . 1 Dr. Stanley M boon is expecting to start f or 8C hool the first of next month, ^r e hope he will return in the near ( u ( ur e f or ho has been a help to this s If ridhrud. w a to see community. With best wishes to the Advertiser and its good readers. GRAY EAGLE. Oregon. Mrs. F. W. Eakin.Mrs. Ida Herring, Mrs. Mattie Garnett, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Lyon, Miss Mai Rainer, Miss Naomi Jackson, Miss Ada George, Dan and J, Z George, Mis. India Fonville and J. W. Whittington attended quarterly meeting Saturday at Liberty Chapel from the Oregon neighborhood. Mrs. Annie Rogers and children and Mary Ella Sharpe spent Tuesday night with Mi.and Mrs. J. A. Sharpe, of Lexington. Mr. B. H. Alexander was in our neighborhood Tuesday looking-for cot ton that ought to have been made. Misses Naomi Jackson and Ada George called a while on Miss Mary Ella Sharpe Wednesday evening. Miss Hattie Bell Jackson is having cnills, but they have a time trying to shake her. Mr. L. W. Fonville and Henton Rogers went hunting Wednesday night but failed to catch any opossums for the supper Friday night. SNOOKS. Near West As 1 am enjoying warm sunshine so, I will take a seat over here by Rose bud. if he or sue doesn't object I know you won't aa my name has ^Roae in it, too. I suppose the farmers are about to get through gathering their crops. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hatbcock spent part of tbe day Sunday with their (Jn cla Tom and family. Mn. Ethel Thompson and daughter went to town Saturday. Mr. and Mn. H. H. Hatbcock at fed tended preaching at Mt. Vernon Sun day. Miss Mollie Thompson dined wife the Misses Anderson Sunday. Mrs. J R.Manwl and three children. dined atMr. J. J. Browning's Sunday. Mrs. D. R. Divine called on Mrs. Saiab Hatbcock Sunday. Mr. and Mr*. Henry Hatbcock dined with the latter's parents Sunday. Mr. Cbailey Hatbcock called on Miss Mai Belle Bailey Sunday. Mr. Lindsey Manuel and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents. Master Hugh Nabsre accompanied his sister, Mrs. H. R. Manuel to Sun day schooTSunday. Mr Ike Nabors, wife and six chil drn spent the afternoon Sunday with Mr. feh It. Nabors. Mrs. F. L. McCreary and brother, w a ]ter Roe, dined with* Mur Sharp McBride and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Walton McCYearv and little daughter, Margaret, Sun clayed with the latter's parents. Our Sunday school is* progressing nicely and is increasing every Sun dav. We had three new members and five visitors. Mr.. Will Johnson, vrife and two sons spent the afternoon* Sunday at Mr. Browning's. Mr. Jimmie Wiles went home with Mr. Albert Browning Sunday. Miss QJo McBride spent Saturday night with her grandparents, retail ing Snndasr morning. The season has almost pissed tor my dress, but 1 am not goipg change name from WHSRTE BOSK. mi nt Pleasaat. Miss- Altoaa Johnson has keen spending few days with her sistao, Mrs. Karr. Miss Bottle Mai Yeagew spent Satur day night at Mr. McBride's. Mr. an&Mrs. George AJfosd spent last Monday with their parents, Mr. J. 1- Shine J. Grace wont after bis daughter Mrs. Fiank Henry, Sunday to spend* few days with* them while Mr Henry has gone to Arkansas to Tx>k after a home for tbe future years Mr. aud Mrs. J. L. Shinn went to see their son, J. H. Shine and family, Saturday night. I think Mr. Boyd McCrary called on the charming Miss Shine Sunday af ternoon. I beard someone sap you bad better go, so 1 will bid you. all good-nignt. BILLY CLARK and Mrs. Mr, W: I After several years of patient suffer ing from that incurable malady, can cer, Mn. L. M. Law she died at her borne in the Cleveland neighborhood Tuesday, surrounded by her devoted husband and children and other rela tives and friends who did all in their power to alleviate her suffering and stay tbe hand of death. Mrs. Lawsba was a noble Christian lady and her sublime faith and trust in the Maste* and patient rosignation in suffering will be a hallowed memory and blessed, inspiration to the loved ones left behind Tbe funeral took place at Oak Grove at 11 o'cleck Wednesday forenoon, con ducted hy Rev. J. A. Coleman and largely attended by neighbors and frionds.by whom deceased was gieatly esteemed and cheiisbed on account of her many excellent qualities of mind and heart. The bereaved husband and children have tbe sincere sympathy of all in tbeir sorrow and loss May they be solaced by the knowledge that those who die in the faith have a home pre pared for them, eternal in the heavens, and that the Savior has robbed death of ita sting and the grave of its victory; and death is no longer death, bnt a sweet sleep from which none ever wake to weep. ''Why should our tears in sorrow flow As God recalls His own And bids them leave a world of woe For an immortal home?" Special Rates. Yazoo County Fair, Yazoo City, Miss., October 18-28, 1809.— For this occasion the Y. &M. V. R. R. will Bell round trip tickets to YazooCity.Misa., on October 18 to October 23 at one plus 20 cents. Good returning ber 25. E. F. RHEA. fare Octo Grenada Fair, Grenada, Miaa., Octo ber 26-28, 1909.— For this occasion tbe I. C. & M. V. R R. will sell on October 25 to 28 round trip tickets to Grenada. Miaa, at one and one-third fare. Good returning not later than October 29, 1909. Miaataaippi State Fair. Jaokson, Miaa., October 26-Novembet 5, 1909. Rate from Lexington, Miaa., $2.60. Tickets on aate October 24 to Novem ber 5, inclusive. Return limit Nov ember 7, 1909. For further informs Jackson, Mis*. E. F RHEA. or TOWN COUNCIL, . , .. „ . .. ,, a special meeting called tbefcl Iow *»« were Presentt: H. 8. Hooter, mayor; VV. L. Young. J. IV Morns, J. C. Pickens and J, E. Cunningham, aldermen; J. A. Brown, marshhal. . Lexington, Miss., October 18, 1998. To R. E. Wilburn, W. 1. Young, J. < 3 . Pickens and J. E. Cunningham, aldermen of the City of Lexington, Mississippi; fled that a special meeting of the May or and Board of Aldermen of the city of Lexiagton, Mississippi, is called to meet at the office cf H. S. Hooker, mayor, in said city at three o'clock p. m. on this day of October, 1808. The purpose of the meeting ie to diminish or increase the valuation of property, both real and personal, ae assessed for taxation. The city marshal will execute and return the above notice mstanter. H. S. Hooker. Mayor. Received the above call at 0:15 o'clock a, m. on this the 18th day of October, 1868. : Tou ane hereby noti J. A. Biown, City Marshal. We, the undersigned aldermen of the city of Lexington hereby acknowledge service ot tbe anove callospon us per sonally at least three boors before the time of meeting and naive copy of call] J. C. Pickens, J. E. Canning bam, J. W. Morris, W. L. Young. Ita accordance with shave call board met, present: H. S. Honker, mayor; J. G. Pfakens, J. W. Mfenris, W. L. Young, X E. Cunningham and R. E. Wilburn, aldettnen ;J. A. Brown, mar shal. The assessmeat roll was examined and raisas and reductions made, raises aggregatag $46,750.00 and reduced $870.00; the assessment roll failed to show any assessment fox railroad, ex press company and other foreign, cot poratons, and with such exceptions the books were approved. There being no further buiness tbe board adjourned. H. S. HOOKER, Mayor. R. E. WILBURN, Clerk. i ! I Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A GHiidr , For Sale—Seed Corny We have for sale a limited supply of Henderson's two-ear corn. Its resist ance to drouth was proven by tbe past seamn. We refer ^on to any intelli gent man who saw this crop growing. Two ears to every stalk and some times more. On applications accom ponied by money,, seed will be re served—$1.50 per bushel in the ear. All seed oats have been sold. LEXINGTON COMPRESS X OIL MILL CO. a ! 1 Money to Loan. Long Bme, Easy payments, Low rate of interest. HOOKER & McBEE. Att'ys, Lexington, Miss I-2ll-tf For Sale. Two bowling alleys, with complete box ball outfit—good order, practically new. A bargain. J. E. WINSTEAD, Lexington, Miss. Money to Loan on improved swamp property on long time; easy termB. W. L. DYER, Office in Court House, Lexington, Miss. An Ordinance Making All Offenses under tbe Penal Laws of tbe State of Mississippi. Amounting to a Misdemeanor when Committed within the Limits of tbe City of Lexington. Mississippi. Offenses against said City, and Prescribing the Punishment Therefor. Section One. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen ol the City of Lexington. Mississippi, that all violations and offenses against the laws ot the State ot Mississippi amounting to misdemeanor shall also be offenses against said city when committed within the corporate limits of said citv. Section Two. Be it further ordained that any person, persons, firms or corporation violating this ordinance shall, upon conviction, be pun ished as is provided by the laws of the State ol Missfsslgpi with regard to such offenses against tbe state not in excess of the maximum penalty which may be imposed by municipal corpora tions. Section Three. Be it further ordained that for cause this act take effect and be In full force from and after Its passage. H. S. HOOKER, Mayor. on to R. E. WILBCRN. Clerk. Notion to Contractors. By virtue of an order parsed by the Board of Supervisors of Holme* Oounty. Mississippi, at their regular October Term, 1909, I am auttwr ired and directed to advertise for bids.to be sub mitted at tbe November Tenn.1909.of this Board, on the first Monday of said month, to build new bridge on Three Forks, near Choctaw plantation. Beat 5. said bridge to be built according to plans and specifications, now on file In the Chancery (Berk's office; the Board re serving the right to reject any andaO bids. PARHAM WILLIAMS. OtWfc •! OOMC V JBBWVtBOO. R « j Legal Not ices. I Notice to Creditors. No. In Hatter of Estate of T. D. Tucker dereased—By W. S. Gordon, Administrator. Not!** is hereby given to the creditors of T. D Tuckes. deceased, that letters ->f administration upon Me estate were granted to me by the Chancery Clerk of Holmes County. Mississippi, on the 12th day of October, WOO, and mat all credftoss having claims against, his estate are hereby required to- have the same probated and register-id by the Clerk of the Chancery Court ■of said county within one year from this-date, iorthe game will be forever barred. : This October 12,1909. fy. S. GORDON, Administrator. Boothe-fk Peppcc. Soto. Chancery Summons. Nto.-1647 —State of Mississippi—Tbn Alice Kver oate Dugger. Jesse Uigger, Johnnie Hargent Duggex, minors., and 8. ti. Dugger, guardian of said, minor*, whose postoffiae address is Columbia, Tennessee, H. F. D. No, 2: Ybu amtsac.li of you are commanded.tu>a» paar beforo the Chancery Court of the County ol Holmes..in said State, on the fourth Monday o#'.November, A. D. 1909. to defend, the suit in said court ot J, W. Sargent and A. Q. McKen nea. executors, wherein you are defendants. This 5th. dhs ot October, 1909. PARHAM WILLIAM8, Clenk By J. P. WILLIAMS. D. 0. TAokett &. Klmore. Solicitors. Notice to Creaiton. Estate of. Sam Roger*. deceased-HSj Maititi* Ann Rogers, Executor—In Chancery Court of Holme* County. Mississippi. All,persons having claims agaiortt the estate of 8am Rogers, deceased, will taka notice that obr August 19, 1909. letters testamwtary ware granted bo the undersigned upon saidiestate-aad that all claims against said estate nust be-nig istered and pro-bated by the Clerk ot the Chan cert! Court at Hohoe*. County withtb, ohe year. A failure to probate and Vegister. any claim within onr year will forever bar saidiulafm. October 7.1909. MARTHA ANN ROGERS,.BxaoutoB. William; Arthur Pierce, Attorney. Tfilg Chancery Summons. No.-1628. Henry Slaughter va. Mir* Slaughter. State «t Mississippi—To Marat Slaughter, Bnutofliee Not Known: Sou W; (commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of: Holme*, In ■aid State, on the fourth Mondaisin-November. A. D. 1999, to defend the suit ia, said court of Henry Siaughter for divorce, wherein- you are defendant. This the 1st day of October. 199*. PARHAM WILLIAMS. CXanaer.y Ctert. Wm. Arthur Pierce, Solicitor. Chancery Summons. No, 1«6—SUte of Mississippi—To Sarah,Stone, whose place of residence and postefee ad dress are unknown: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the Oounty of HeJmee, in said. State, on the 4th Monday of November, 1909, to defend the suit in.Baidi Court.ot Riley Stone, wherein you are defendant. This October 1,1909. PARHAM WILLIAMS, CHhnce*y Clerk. Tackett A Elmore. Solicitors. , Lands Pssted. All parties are warned, that no trerapaseing will be permitted upon the following lands: Se. i*e. i. See. 10, T. 14. R. L e.. s. 4 *. 4 and 3 acres in.ne. i aw. i. Sec. 11, T. 14, R. 1 e..a. Ine. i and 39 acre* off w. end s. i ne. i. and aw. i. Sec. 14, T. 14. K. 1 e.. ne. i sw. I. Sec- 35, T. 17, R. 1 e., ,o. I ne. i, and n. I se. i ne. i. Sec. 16, T. 14, R. 1 e . 10 acres off n end, sw. i se- i, Sec. 9, T. 14, R. Ie. All in Holmes (iounty, Mississippi. Those ! tresspassing will be punished as provided by 1 Oct 15.1909. JNO. D. WALLACE. Chancery Summons. No. 1650. The Strte of Mississippi—To F. 8, Attneave, Defendant: You are hereby commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Holmes, ia said State, on the fourth Monday of November. A. D. 1909. to defend the suit in said court of Ethel Attneave. wherein ywi are defendant. This 14th day of October, A. D. 1909. PARHAM WILLIAMS. Chancery Clerk. By J. P. WILLIAMS. D. C. Guyton & Guyton. Soto. Notice to Creditors.' Estate of W. D. Rhyne, deceased—In Chancery Court of Holmes County, Mississippi. All persons having claims against the estate of W. D. Rhyne, deceased, are hereby notified to have the same registered, probate# and al lowed by the Chancery Court of Holme* County, Mississippi, within one year from thte date; oth erwise the same will be barred. This October 14. 1909. U. C. REID, Administrator. Deed of Trust Sale. By virtue of the authority conferred on me as trustee in that certain deed of trust executed on the 5th day of August, 1907, by Hyman Marks to secure certain indebtedness therein men tioned due the Merchants * Planters Bank of Tchula. Mississippi. Said deed of trust being re corded in Trust Book 17, on page 348 of the Records of Trust Deeds of Holmes County, Mississippi, and whereas default has been made in the payment of said indebtedness, I will, at the request of said beneficiary, offer lor tale and sell lor cash to the highest bidder at public out cry on Monday, the 25th day of October. 1909, at the court house in the City of Lexington, Holmes Oounty, Mississippi, the following lot or parcel of land situated In the Town of Tchula, Holmea County, Mississippi, described as follows: Lot 11 In the Town of Tchula. Miss. I will only con vey snch title as Is vested In me as trustee. Witness my signature this the 30tn day ol September. 1909, R. J. WHITTINGTON, Trustee. Boothe A Pepper. Attorneys. Chancery Summons. No. 1864 Alice J*ck*oB va. Jim Jackson. In Ohabcery Court. Holme* County, Misstaiippi. State of MiraiMtPPl—To Jim Jackaon, whose postoffice address Is unknown, defendant: Ton are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County ot Holme*. In said State, on tbe fourth Monday of November. A. D.. 19CU. to defend the suit In said court of Alice Jackson.for divorce, wherein yon are de fendant. This the 90th day ot October. 1909. __ PAR HAkj WILLIAMS Wm. Arthur Pierce. Solicitor. .Clerk. '