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Ia compliance with numerous re quests we will next week republish Maj. 8. L. Burwell's article on the boll weevil, with official boll weevil map, ana will print extra copies to supply those who msy aesire them. Bev. Father McNamara,* of Greon wood, spent Monday in tbe city. H. Y. Waterer, of Yasoo City, was hand shaking with his many friends Tueedav. He is at present engaged in tbe hotel business. C A. Glover and Morton Levy have embarked io tbe merchandise broker age business with office at the former cotton exchange Tbev are both ener getic hustlers ana capable business men, and their many friends wish tbem much success in their new ven ture. L D. Pepper visited Bee Lake on telephone business Wednesday. Walter Sample, of Ebenezer, visited Lexington yesterday. For pajamas, night shirts and underwear call on Lip sey-Keirn Co. Miss Bettie Herndon, of Durant, has joined Semmelmao's Club of Sales lady's. We extend Miss Herndon a hearty welcome to West Point and wish her stay in our midst to be pleas ant and profitable. — West Point Adver tiser. Capt, B. R. Hammett, of Owens, spent Saturday with friends in Lex ington. C. E. Pierson, traveling auditor of the Cotton Insurance Association of Atlanta, spent Friday in Lexington, auditing the cotton buyers. Prof. J. M. Kimbrough, of Durant, was in tbe city Saturday, conducting teachers' examination. S. F. Horton visited friends in the city Saturday. Your tongue is coated. Your breath is foul. Headaches come and go. These symptoms show that your To remove stomach is tbe trouble, the cause is tbe first thing, and Cham berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets will do that. Easy to take and most effective. Sold by All Dealers. Noah Evans, col., on H. Y. Water er's place, was thrown by a horse Monday and had a leg broken. John Thomas Moore, of Durant, was a visitor to tne city '1 uesday. Mrs. J. E Moss came up from Good man Tuesday on a visit. Nathan Applebaum made a business visit to Greenwood Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Forbns took a trip to Ebenezer Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Moss, of Goodman, and Mrs. Earl Thomas, of Durant, favored the Advettiser with an appreciated call Tuesday. Frank Garrett, of Belzoni, spent Tuesday night in tbe city. K. H. Diggs returned Tuesday from his trip to Hot Springs G. W. Stigler visited Durant Tues See Lipsey ats before 1 -Keim Co's straw buying. day. J. A. Henley visited Gwens Wells Tuesday. J. I. Nixon took a trip to the delta E. C. DeLong shipped a couple of carloads of cattle to New Orleans the past week. Remem ter the Bank of Lexington pays 4 pur cent on time deposits. Ab solute security. A. E. Swiuney took a business trip to Greenwood Tuesday. J. W. Boyett, of Durant, transacted business in Lexington Wednesday. 9am Herrman made a business trip to the delta Wednesday. F. E. Mullen, of Acona, was a busi ness visitor to Lexington Wednesday. Yoar old boggy needs painting mighty bad. We wifi make it like new for you, and at a very reason able price, Lexington Gar age. J. V. Waddell and J. L. Roberts, of Jenkinsville, were Lexington visitors Saturday. N. R. Divine, of Brozville, sojourn ed in Lexington Friday. „ Mrs. B. W. Lipsey and children left Friday for Fairview, La , on a visit to the parental home. R. L. Callihan, of Adair, spent Fii day and Saturday in the city. B. W. Lipsey took a trip to Tchula Fiiday. J. V. Spell, of Coxbuig, circulated in the city yesterday. If Yot» Eyes Are Sound It would be a pleasure to you to be told so after a searching examina tion, wouldn't it? But in case there should be some slight trouble or other which you may have hardly noticed, it would be worth a good deal to you to know that, too, wouldn't it? Well, our services are at your command. We can give you an examination according to latest methods in the science of optics of today. And for all the ailments of vision relief is certain and quick by the aid of right glasses. Dr. M. E. FRITZ Optometrist Offie. Next Door to Btnk o( Commerce Lxximqtom. Hies. One of tbe moat prominent mem ber* of tbe Naabville. Teon.. bar, writea tbe Advertiser aa follow*: •'Enclosed please find my check for $3.00, to cover subscription to your paper for two years, as 1 believe tbe ■ubscriptiuo price ia 91.00 per year. However, if tbi* ia not correct, please notify me. Having oooe boon a resi dent of Holme* county, I receive your paper and read it with a good deal of inteieat. In fact, I receive no publica tion which I enjoy ao much aa tha Lexington Advettisar, and I hope some day to see you change your pa p*r from a weekly to daily publica tion." Mrs. Geo. Green, of Adair, passed through here yesterday enroute to Car mack, Miss., to visit relatives and friends. L Lew came over from Craig Wed nesday night. Hon. William Arthur Pierce has be gun the preparation of a Sectional Law Index of Holmes county, index in conjunction with tbe records of State Land Office will afford com plete index to all land in tbe county. The system has been tried with good effect in some of tbe best counties of Mississippi, such as Lauderdale and Newton. There is no county or pri vate record in the county having tbe completeness aimed at by the index and we congratulate the people of the county that an undertaking of such value has been begun, and hope it will and know it will be thoroughly done and soon Prof. J. H. Price, of Tolarville, greeted Lexington friends Saturday. Tbis Miss Mabella Garner has resigned as teacher of the Cruger school and re turned to her home at Kosciusko. the new Just received, things in RoeloPs hats, Nettleton Oxfords, Howard & Foster Oxfords. Lipsey Keirn Co. D. S. Wilson attended a dance at Durant Thutsday night. J. Y. Rainer, of Hopewell, ex changed greetings with Lexington friends yesterday. The death of Julia Wade, the little two and one-half years old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Drennan, Jr., of Franklin, brought forth the tender est sympathies for tbe bereaved par ents Possessing an unusually bright mind and sweet disposition she bad become endeared to a large circle ot relatives and friends. She died fol lowing an operation in Yazoo City, and her remains tendorly laid to rest in Franklin cemetery Tuesday morn ing, Rev. T, W. Green officiating at the burial service. A perfect mound of bright spring flowers was a loving testimonial from friends present. Miss Julia Dicken, of tbe Loug Hill school, spent Saturday and Sunaay at the parental home at Durant. She was accompanied by Miss Vernon Mooney. W. J. Posey, of Central, passed through here Saturday enroute to Greenwood and Dublin. The Call of the Blood, for purification, finds voice in pim ples, boils, sallow complexion, a jaun diced look, moth patches and blotches on tbe skin,—all signs of liver trouble. But Dr. King's New Life Pills make rich red blood; give clear skin, rosy cheeks, fine complexion, health. Try them. 25c at B. S. Beall 'a B. Gertz, with J. Flink, of Tchula, was a business visitor to Lexington yesterday. W. L. Jordan, John Edgar McRae. Reginald Williams and Lewis Pepper, Jr , went up to Winona by automobile this morning. The commissioners of the Black Creek Drainage District held a three days' session this week. The right of way for the canal has boon secured, and the canal iB an assured fact. The commissioners will at once advertise for bids and that tbe bonds after which work on the canal will be commenced. It will take from four to eight months to complete the work C. K. Reid went to Kocsiusko last night on official business. Henri Watson and Henry Beall will play a match game ot tennis with two representatives of the Canton High sebool at Winona today. The annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Advertiser Publishing Co. was held yesterday. A gtatifying busi ness showing for the past year was made and a dividend declared The old officers were retained in their le spective positions. Jesse Fincher and Walter Rayner went up to Winona last night to see the games and attend the oratorical contest. For pajamas, night shirts and underwear call on Lip sey-Keirn Co. J. T. Alexander was at Franklin Tuesday, repairing a pump for Squire Lipsev. W. V. Frost and Theron Frost, of Forest Grove, weie Lexington visitors Wednesday Dr. G. C. Phillips read an interest ing papei at tbe meeting of the State Medical Association at Oxford last week, accentuating tbe importance of all doctors reporting contagious dis eases to the county health officer and he in turn to the state board of health. A meeting will be held at 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Oak Grove Church for the purpose of or ganizing a Sunday school. Miss Daisie Rogers came home from Mileston Wednesday night to recuper ate from an attack of illness. W. B. Newsom and Robert Rhyne this week wired the new hotel at Owens for electric lights. Tbe hust ling proprietors of this elegant cara vansery will install a lighting plant for their own use and such others in that hustling burg who may desire this modern convenience. Goodnatured and bighearted Clai borne S. Bowman was up from Anding the latter part of last week. He says Yazoo is a splendid conutv, but he oc casional! v gets lonesome and must re turn to old Holmes for a visit, as there is an irresistible "magnet" here that draws him. Planet Jr. garden plows do best work. Inquire of Hard -Lamber Co. for prices. ware Every Member of the family Will find use for the Westinghouse Electric Iron the mother for ironing her finer linens and laces; the girls for ironing garments needed between regular wash-days; the father and the boys for pressing trousers and ties. Each one can use it in his or her own room, for it can be attached to any lamp socket. Try one thirty days. If you do not want to keep It, return It and we'll ask no questions. Day Current Begins May 1st. Lexington Compress & Oil Mill Co. A CARD. To the People of Holmes County: Having learned upon reliable autho rity that there is a very strong prob ability of there being a vacancy in the office of county superintendent of Holmes county some time in the near future, by the resignation of Prof. W. H. Smith, our present most efficient spuerintendent, who has made us tbe best superintendent in the entire state of Mississippi, I take tbis method of informing my friends that J will be a candid-te for the unexpired term of Prof. W. H. Smith, ami at the proper time I will make further announce ment in regard thereto. Hoping to Bee yon all in tbe near future, and with kindest regards and best wishes, I re Youra truly, J iS. H. FUQUA, Lexington, Miss., April 21, 1910. main, Hon. Nf. L Dyer For Mayor. The Advertiser is authorized to an nounce Hon W. L. Dver as a candi date for mayor, subject to the Demo cratic, primaries to be held *on April Mr. Dyer is no neopbyte in tbe office to which he aspires. He has held the office before and made a splendid re cord in that as in every other public position he ever occupied. His long experience in public life and excellent 25 r li' c'yn V, ■i .x i® ifjM ■ / i t ■ [ % HON. W. L. DYER. legal attainments renders him in every repsect eminently and peculiar ly capacited for the office be seeks Being so well known hv everv resi dent of Lexington, where be has spent his entire life it is needless foi ns to attempt to "intioduce'' him or tell the people anything about him. His past record is before tbem. and it is one to be proud of, and a guarantee that if bo is chosen tbe chief executive of the citv. its affairs will be conduct ed in a manner to conserve and advance its best interests. Catholic Church Dedication. The dodication of the pretty new Catholic Cburcb will take place Sun day, at 10 a m. Bishop Heslin, of Natchez, will offi ciate, and preach an appropriate sal mon for tbe occasion. Everybody is cordially invited to be present. Bishop Heslin will be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Casey while in our citv. Tbe new pews have not yet arrived, but Swinney Bros, have kindly donat ed two hundred chairs for the occasion. Bishop Heslin is reputed to be an eloquent speaker, and will no doubt, be greeted by a large audience. Misses Annie L. Bailey, Sosie Cal liban. Rosie Hartbcock, Belle Howell, Susie Rogers, Santa Tackett, Sue Wright and May Young and Prof. B. M. Seitzler attended tbe teachers' ex amination Friday and Saturday. Lucas-McXennon. Mr. Walter Brock Lucas and Miss Subye Kathryn McKennon were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony at the close of the prayer meeting at the Me thodist church at Ebenezer Wednesday night, Rev. Olin Hay officiating. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. E C. Lucas, of Ebenezer, and is young man of sterling worth, exem plarv character and excellent business ability. He enjoys a wide acquaint ance and deserved popularity and his numerous friends command and hearti ly congratulate him on the step be has taken. The bride, one of Tate county's fair e6t daughers, has bad charge of tbe Ebenezer school during the past term, and by her gentle and lovable disposi tion and rare womanly qualities, has gained a large circle or friends in Holmes county who are pleased that her stay here will be permanent. May happiness and joy ever be their portion is the sincere wish of their numerous friends. T. G. Stephenson and S. F. Horton attended the funeral of tbe little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dren nan, Jr., at Franklin, Tuesday. Hon. A. M. Pepper went to Koscius ko last night to attend chancery court T. H. Murtagh, of Ebenezer, min gled with friends in Lexington yester day. H. W. Saunders, L. A. Davis, E. M. Irish and C. J. Clark, of Hammond, La., passed through here yesterday in an automobile enroute to Denver, Co lorado. L. G. Montgomery, of Yazoo City, attended the annual meeting Of the stockholders of the Advertiser Publish ing Co. yesterday, as representative of the Sample interests. Rev. C. T. Kincanon, of Clarksdale, spent last night with friends in the city. Worse Than Bullets. Bullets have often caused less suffer ing to soldiers than the eczema. L. W. Harriman, Burlington, Me., got in the armv, and suffered with, forty years. "But Bucklen's Arnica Balve cured me when all else failed," bo writes. Greatest healer for Bores, Ul cers, Boils, Burns, Cuts, Wounds, Bruises and Piles. 25c at B.B Beall's. The revival services at the Baptist church are attracting large congrega tions and much interest is manifested. Rev. McComb is a speaker of force, ability and deep earnestness and much good will result from tbe meetings, which will continue during next week. Hon F. M. Glass, of Vaiden, passed through here yesterday evening en route to Greenwood. Hon. J. Wieaer was over from Du rant yesterday on professional busi ness. Miss Eddie Wigley has recoevred from her illness and returned to Clarksdale. Maj. J. M. Powers, of Franklin, was in the city yesterday. B. P. Eubank and M. G. Brough were over from Bowling Green this morning. Jast received, the new things in Roelofs hats, Net tleton Oxfords, Howard Sc Foster Oxfords. Lipsev-Keim Co. G. C. Reid visited Crugor on official business Tuesday. W. H. Sutton looked after property interests at Cruger Tuesday. C. K. Reid visited Duiant Wednes day on business for the sheriff. Rabbi Brill will hold services and lecture at Tbe Temple Monday even ing, the 25th, at 8 o'clock. Subject of lecture: over " £. K. Frost was up from Brozville Wednesday. "The Inspiration of Pass Beef Cattle Wanted. Highest prices. Phone 140 or write W. J. Hester, City Market, Durant. THE SAFEST AHD QUICKEST WAY TO TRANSFER MONEY IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates apply to Local Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Co. Incorporated Garrett-McLellan. Mr. B. F. Garret and Miss Maggie May McLellan were happily married at 8 o'clock Wednesday* afternoon, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs G. M. McLellan, Rev. J. P. Hickman officiating. Tbe contracting parties are among Holmes county's most estimable and popular young people, and their host of friends join the Advertiser in ex tending hearty congiatulations on tho happy event and cordial well-wishes for a long life of undimmed happiness. Rev. T. W. Green, J. L. Dyson, Miss Emmie Ella Button Miss Kate Gibson Mr. and Mrs. Parham Wil liams, A. R. Harvey, Gus Drennan and Eric NorquiHt attended tbe burial of the little daughter of Mr. and Mr*. J. E Drennan, Jr., at Franklin ceme tery. Tuesday. E. E. Brown was up from Ebenezer Wednesday on a business errand. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Garrard, of Brozville, visited friends in the city Wednesday. Children C ry FOR FLETCHER S CASTORI A T F. Fontaine, of Lyon, civil engi neer for the Black Creek Drainage Dis trict, attended a meeting of the mission held here Wednesdav. Misses Mary and Armine Wilkins left Tuesday for their borne at Duck Hill. Edgar Hays was over from Durant Tuesday. L. W. Huntington and son, Alfred, will leavo Bunday to attend the Con federate reunion at Mobile and visit various points of interest on tho coast. Try a sack of "CRACKER MULE FEED.'' It's the BEST. Guaranteed Analysis: Crude Protein, 10 per cent. Crude Fat, 8.50 per cent. Crude Fibre, 12 per cent. Carbo-Hydrates (Starch & Sugar), 58 per cent. Made from Alfalfa, Corn, Oats, Oat Meal, Mill By Product (Oat Shorts, Oat Hulls and Oat Middlings),Barley, Cotton Bead Meal and one-half of per cent salt. com one PICKENS BROS. CO. The following left last night to at tend the oratorical contBst at Winona, at Which Leo Levy lepresenta the Lex ington High School: Prof. David Sanderson, Dan Boyd, Ralph Nelson, Henry Beall, Ruffin Beall, Henri Wat son, Martin West, Tom Newsom, Frank Lfohbs, Philip Cohen, Parker Donelson, Pitt Shepherd. L. L. Hines, of .Adair, sojourned in the city Wednesday. J. E. Bailey and daughters, of Black Hawk, were the guests of Lexington friends yesterdav. W. P. Hammett was over from Owens yesterday. 8. F Spencer was up from Tolar villa tbis morning. Moody Dorman arrived yesterday evening from Millsaps College on a visit to the paretal home. CHII«lr*n Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTORI A Marriage Licenses. Since our last report Circuit Clerk E. V. Ashley has issued the following marriage licenses: J. W. Watson and Miss Annie Wad kins, April 16. Henry Grantham and Miss Etta Eubank, April 16 Marvin L. Hays and Miss Ninna Green, April 1». B. F. Garrett and Miss Maggie May McLellan, April 20. Watler Brock Lucas and Miss Bubye Kathryn McKennon, April 20. Tl»* Sound Slcop of Good Health. The restorative power of sound sleep can not be over estimted and any ail ment that prevents it is a menace to health J. L. Bouthers. Eau Claire, Wis.. says: —"For a long time I have been unable to sleep aonndly nights, because of pains across my back and soreness of my kidneys. My appetite was very poor and my general condi tion was much run down. I have been taking Foley's Kidney Pills but a short time and now sleep as sound as a rock. I eat and enjoy my meals, and my general condition is greatly improved. I cun honestly recommend Foley's Kidney Pills as have cured me." For sale by B. 8. Beall. ? know the At tbe contest held at the Duiant sebool Friday, Allie Moss was chosen to represent the sebool at the oiatorical contest at Winona, with Merrett Weatherby as alternate. Singleton Wilkes went to Tchula on business this morning. Mrs. Lela Edwards, of the iSliiott Hill sebool, made her report to the county superintendent Saturday.' See Lipsey-Keirn Co's straw hats before baying. J. W. McMorrougb, of Brozville, visited Lexington on business Wednes day. Miss Weems Ligbtfoot, of Durant, arrived Wednesdav night on a visit to Mrs. Harry McCain. I. Hyman has returned from bis trip to Hot Springs. H, Scblessinger left Wednesday for Greenwood, where be intends to em bark in business Strayed or Stolen. On March 25, 1910, from neap Cox buig, one bay mare, about 18 hr 14 bands high, split on right ear, brand on left shoulder, small star in face, roacbed mane. Liberal reward for her return, to tha undersigned, or for information leading to her recovery. J. I. A BLEB, R. F. D. No. 1, Ebenezer, Miss. KILL th« COUGH and CURE THE LUNGS Dr. King's New Discovery FOR CSSfSi 18 WITH AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OK HONEY REFUNDED.