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♦ VOL 73-No 13. THE LEXINGTON ADVERTISER! F«l»hlfali*d ISM > Cmuoli4«t*d THE HOLMES COUNTY TIMES. E*teUM»d ISOS • Nm.S0.1S0S LEXINGTON. MISSISSIPPI. AUG. 12. 1910. Th« tartest Guaranteed Cinulatian al aav paaer ever published in Holme* County $1.00 PER YEAR NORQUIST'S 15c Libby's Chipped Beef. 1-2 lb each..... Libby's Chipped Beef, 1-2 lb. per doz. Libby's Breakfast Bacon, each.... Libby's Breakfast Bacon, per doz. Libby's Chili Concarne, 1-4 lb..... Libby's Chili Concarne, per doz.... Club House Boned Chicken, 1-2 lb.... Club House Boned Chicken, 1-4 lb. per doz. Libby's Vienna Sausage 1-4 lb._... Libby's Vienna Sausage, 1-4 lb. per doz.. Libbj's Vienna Sausage, prepared with spice, 14 lb Libby's Vienna Sausage, prepared with spice, 1-5 lb per doz. $1.10 Libby's Tamales, 1-2 lb.!... Libby's Tamales, 1-2 lb. per doz. Libby's Tripe No. 2.. Libby's Tripe No. 2, per doz.. Club House Boned Turkey, 1-2 lb.. Club House Boned Turkey, 1-2 lb per doz. Libby's Veal Loaf, 1-lb. Libby's Veol Loaf, 1-lb. per doz. Libby's Veal Chicken, 1-lb. per doz. Libby's Veal Chicken, 1-lb, per doz. Libby's Hamburger Steak 1-lb. _.... Libby's Hamburger Steak, 1-lb. per doz. Libby's Corned Beef Hash, 1-2 lb. Libby's Corned beef Hash 1-2 lb. per doz. .. Libby's Prime Roast Beef 1-2 lb. Libby's Prime Roast Beef, 1-2 lb per doz... Libby's Ham Loaf. 1- lb...... Libbys's Ham Loaf, 1-lb. per doz .. McMena Mill Crabs with shells, 1-lb.. McMena Mil! Crabs with shells 1-ib per doz . Doxsee and Sou Lette Neck Clams, 1 lb. Doxsee and Sou Lette Neck Clams, 1 lb. per doz. Star Lobsters Toll, 1-2 lb.. Star Lobsters Toll,Jl-2 lb per doz. Telmo Salmon, Hat 1-lb.. Telmo Salmon, Hat 1-ib per doz_„.. Pillar Rock Salmon Toll 1 lb. ... Pillar Rock Salmon, Toll 1 lb. per doz. Argo Salmon, Toll 1 lb.... Argo Salmon, Toll 1 lb. per doz. Pink Salmon, Toll 1 lb.. Pink Salmon, Toll 1 lb.. Pink Salmon, Toll 1 lb... Pink Salmon, Toil 1 lb. per doz.. Libby's Deviled Ham, i-4 lb.. Libby's Deviled Ham, 1-4 lb. per doz.. Underwood's Deviled Ham, 1-4 lb. ... Underwood's Deviled Ham, 1-4 lb. per doz... Libby's Corned Beef, 1-2 lb.. Libby's Corned Beef 1-2 lb. per doz. Nigger Head Oysters, 1 Ih... Nigger Head Oysters, 1 lb. per doz .... Nigger Head Oysters, 2 lb..... Nigger Head Oysters, 2 lb, per doz. 25c Owens Wells Water $1.65 $2.90 - 40c 25c .„ $2.90 $2.90 10c 25c Received Every Day and Kept on Cold Storage Phone me your standing order, will deliver promptly. $ 1.10 $2.90 40c 30c $4.50 $2.50 10c 25c $ 1.00 $2.80 10c 20c $2.25 17 1 2c .......12 1-2 $1.25 $ 2.00 20c 12 1 2c $1.25 10c $2.25 .. 40c Phone Us For Ice Cold Water Melons $3.50 $ 1.00 15c 5c $1.50 50c 15c 17 12 $1.50 $ 2.00 15c 15c $1.50 $1.75 15c« Just Received a Fresh Ship ment of FANCY CANDY. 8 1-3 $1.50 $ 1.00 20c 20c $2.25 $2.25 ERIC NORQUIST Phone No. 150. In M. & F. Bank Building. , .. _ « room with chills the past couple of days. Dr. L. L. Johoson, of Acona, min glad with Lexington friends yesterday. 8 H Chun and Claud Chun were up from Zeiglerville y-stedray. Col. J. M. Johnson, of Acona, was a pleasant caller at this office yester day. Home Brevities' J. C Reid has been confined to h s • Joe Smith, charged with illicit re tailing at Owens some time since, was apprehended at Winona, and gave bond for bis appearance before Squire J. S. Lipsey tomorrow. J. R. Newsom is attending to the streets until the 18th inst.. when bids for working the streets will be consid ered. S. S Godfrey, of Franklin, mingled with friends here yesterday. J. A. Warner, of Acona. was here in a business way yesterday. Just received at Pickens Bros. Co's—Ladles' Cravenette, Patent Leather & Undressed Kid Pumps and Ankle Strap Slippers. M. W. Smith left yosterday on a visit to the ancestral borne in the She nandoah Valley, Virginia. His iteno rary will include Washington, D C., and other points. J. 8. Clark, of Sallis, was hero yes terday on business. M. L. Weeks was in the city yester day, bringing in the election returns and ballot box of Bowling Green. 5 cr 6 doses "666" will cure any case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. J. N. Sample, of Franklin, circu lated among friends here yesterday. Little Carrie Lee Cummeens has been on the sick list this week. [ Wm. McCluskey, of'Centor, arrived «*..ytseterdSssr.or a eoo. McC1u3,V>v 't Tolarville. Mrs. R. C. Barger and children are visiting her parents, near Yazoo City, this week. Just received —carload of all heart well curbing. McBee Lum ber Co. Mallie McNeer, of Bowling Green, sojourned in Lexington Wednesday. L. L. Lyon of Howard, greeted friends here Wednesday. L. W. Fonville, T. W. Boyd, Erastus Ingold were noted from Liberty Chap el Wednesday. E. W. Jordan, the efficient road con tractor of Beat 2, circulated among friends here Wednesday. Dr. B. J. Farr, who is at a Memphis sanitarium, is improving, his many friends are pleased to learn. Hugh Reid is spending the week at Owens and is recovering nicely from his injuries. W. C. Frost, of Forest Grove, was a visitor to Lexington Wednesday. J. B. Bradley, J. Baxter Byrd. J. D. Causey, Sr., of Brozville, were Lex ington visitors Wednesday. S G. Keirn was over from the delta Wednesday. The town of Ciuitei will hold its municipal election on August 25th. The following are the candidatea for the various positions: J. H. McGee, H, D. Morgan, mayor, fi. B. Blanch ard and Lei Pike for marshal. B. £. Patty for clerk. G. F. Brown, T. J. Trull, 0 A PHchford, S L. White, a. W. Alford. John A. Brantley for aldermen. Mrs. W.T Gulledge is expected borne Sunday from an extended visit near Pickens, Mrs. J. T. Downer is up at Memphis assisting in nursing her brother, Dr. B. J. Farr, through bis seriouss ill ness. B C. Farr went to Holcomb yester day on a business errand. Heart Cypress shingles st Pick ens Bros. Co. Ask thsm for prices. W. T. Gulledge returned Wednesday from a trip to Pickens and to Madison county. Capt. B R. Hammett. J. £. Ham mett and E. F. Weems were over from Owens Wednesday. W. j. Hester died at his home at Durant •'Sunday of typhoid fever. J. D. Walton, of Acona, was a pleas ant caller at this office Wednesday. H. M. Taylor, J. T. Tate, R. A. Tate, G. A Tate, of Bowling Green, were in the city Wednesday. A. A. Lyon and family, of Belzoni, have been visiting L. L. Lvon and family this week, and also spent a few days at Owens Wells. J. A. Rogers is overhauling and fix ing up the Farmers' Gin Co, plant preparatory for the season's run. Just rscsivsd—carload of all heart well curbing. McBee Lum ber Co. •d. Moore and A. G. Moore were at Durant Tuesday, attending the funeral of their uncle, Frank Norman, who died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. S. C. Cutiey, aged eighty years. Rev. J. W. Dorman is assisting Rev. Olin Ray in revival meetings at Ebe a MU Rev. J. W. Dorman will preach at Owens Wells Sunday. The governor has appointed Judge Sydney Smith, associate justice of the supreme court, to represent Mississ ippi at the meeting of the association of probate judges of Michigan, to be held at Saginaw. Mich., on September 20 - 21 . W. L. Young and J. K. Young spent Tuesday with J. A. Ginn at Black monton. James Chisolm, of Zeiglerville, was among the visitors to Lexington yes terday, H. V. Johnson was over from Durant with the ballot box yesterday. Juat received at Pickens Bros. Co's—Ladles' Cravenette, Patent Leather A Undressed Kid Pumps and Ankle Strap Slippers. J. E. Hartbcock brought up the Eulogy ballot box yesterday morning. J. V. Waddell and J. F. Eubank, of Jenkinsvilie, attended to business here yesterday. F. Allen Howell and W. O. Brown attended the W. O W. encampment at Biloxi the early part of the week and report a royal good time. Dr. J. W. Jordan, Jr., baa taken a trip to points north for the benefit of bis health, and will be gone 10 days or two weeks. H. M. Jordan. R. T. Bailey and J. B. McLean acted as judges, W. W. Wynn. P. P. Liudbolm as clerks and Hon. G H. McMorrougb as peace offi cer at the special election here yester day. Just received—carload of all heart well curbing. McBee Lum ber Co. W J Doty, of Richland, brought up thi billot box of his precinct yester day morning. J. L. Porter, of Pickens mingled with friends in the city yesterday. Will Smith, editor of the West Point Advertiser, visited relatives and fri nda here this week. W. M. Hocut, of Central Point, joumod in the city yesterday. Baxter Wigley has accepted a posi tion in J. W. Jordan's saw mill near Mileston. W. G. Popo was over from Durant Wednesday, Cypress shingles for ssle atPiok ensBros. Co. See them for prices. D. H. Shipp, of Yazoo county, in the city on business Tuesday. Circuit Clerk E. V. Ashley on the 6th inst. issued a marriage license to Mr. Charles Edgar Long and Miss Do tia Louise Irby. j 3 Prof, J. C. Herbert, of the A & M College, spent Sunday with relatives in the city. so was Farmers Institute m I < Tuesday, August 23 rd. ", Prof. W. L. Hutchinson and corps of experts from the A. & M College will discuss the Boll Weevil, Tick Evadi cation, Crop Diversification, Live Stock and other subjects of pressing importance. t J A series of revival meetings will be held at Bethany next week, conducted by Hey. Ray, assisted by Rev. Cole man. We dee eply regret to learn of tho death in New York City, Tuesday, of Josephine, the little daughter of Di, and Mrs. J. A. McDonald, of Durant. W W. Taylor, J. H. Nabora, S. E. Tate were over from Bowling Green Wednesday. Rev. J. W. Dorman has been grant ed a month's "vacation," which he will spend in assisting in revival work at various points. For having committed the Shorter Catechism to memory little Masters Kirby Land Swinney and John Ander son Stigler were each presented with a New Testament at the Presbyterian Sunday School Sunday. Just received—carload of all heart well curbing. McBee Lum ber Co. Durant, spent Sunday with and friends in the city. R W. Wilkes spent Sunday at Ya ZO o City. J. C. Byrd, W. 8. Shipp, G. E. Mo ses. V. H. Shipp, E. P. Darnell, Z. B. Byrd, B. H. Byrd, J. Silas Causey, Ruby Causey, W. W. Byrd, Bert Dar nell, Wilson Darnell, G. W. Darnell, E. G. Evans, J.E Wigley, Mira Spell, Rev. J B. Dozier, P. B Bradley. T H. Bradley, H. L Malone were up from Brozville Wednesday to exercise their right of franchise in the special election. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howard, of relatives Dr. W. H. Whittaker, grand lecturer, will meet with the Lexington Council on Monday night, August 15. All members are urged to be present and get the benefit of bis instruction. ' H. W. Watson left Wednesday for Gulfport to attend a bouse party given by Mr. and Mrs. Hernan D. Money. A cruise on the Caribbean Sea will be among the features of the occasion. J. F. Eubank, of Jenkinsvilie. greet ed Lexington friends Wednesday. G. A. Darden returned Saturday from New Orleans. Prof. D. C. Hull, of Millsaps Col lege, delivered two magnificent ser mons at the Methodist Church Sunday morning and evening. J. F. Byrd, Wyatt Miles and Pettus Sunday visitors to Yazoo City. J. C. Bowman visited friends at Ya zoo City Sunday. Mr.Iand Mrs R. C. Jenkins, of Du rant, passed tbiongh here enroute to Yazoo City Sunday. Rev. Edward MoCrady held services at St. Maiy's E day morning and evening. Just received at Pickens Bros. Go's—Ladles' Cravenette, Patent Leather A Undressed Kid Pumps and Ankle Strap Slippers. R. C. Brown has returned from Gwin. Miss Ivv Williams and brother, Llovd, ot Winona, visited friends at Lexington>nd Owens Sunday, W . Z. Smith and Mrs. W. Lemuel Smith went to Yazoo City Sunday morning. C. R. Dicken, Sr., of Durant, inter viewed the grocery trade here Satur day. were Church Sun Miss Bessie Frost left Londay on a visit to friends at Ark, Miss. C. C. Frost, of Forest Grove, visited Lexington Sunday, Mrs. Jennie Crane, of Kosciusko, was the appreciated guest of W. W, Hooper and family Friday. J 5 or 6 doses • 666 " will cure any case cATAMJ* Bnd*F<*yr« .Pri&t 85c. Mrs. P. D. Holcomb agd children are at Omens for a sojourn of several weeks. Midi Lee Stigler and Mias .Donald Ferbrecbe, of Stigler, Okie., were guests of W. C. Durham and family, at Durant, and are sneeding this week with Mi. and Mrs. C. A. jurfstrom. Cypress shingles for sale at Pickens Bros. Co. Bee them for prices. Mrs. W. R. Howell, of Durant, was the guest of Mrs. W. L. Jordan Mon day. Eari Hooke was over from Durant Sunday. C, H. McUroskey, of Pine Bluff, Ark., and sister, Miss Etbel McCros key, of Memphis, are visiting their uncles. W. H. and J T. Fincher and families. From here Miss McCroskey will go to San Antonio, Texas, on a visit. Miss St.Clair and Miss Viola Brown, of Sidon, were the charming guests of Mrs. Wallace,at Providence, last week D. H. Hobbs, T. W. Evans, O. C, Jordan, J. S. Watson, H. M. Jordan went over to their delta plantations Monday morning. J. M. Kimbrough Elected County Superintendent. ~ ' ~ The special election for county su perintendent of Holmes county to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Prof W. H. Smith, passed off Wednesday and resulted in the election of Prof. J. M. Kimbrough by a plura lity of 81 votes The day was clear and favoi able, but only'about half of the registered vote was palled. The following is the vote oast at the vari ous precincts from official figures : Lexington-Fuqua, 165; Gulledge, 86: Kimbrough. 140. Franklin—F Kimbrough, 8. Durant—Fuqua, 30; Gulledge, 15 Kimbrough, 150. Goodman—Fuqua, 22; Gulledge, 3 Kimbrough, 85. Pickens—Fuqua, 16; Gulledge, 25 KimbrOugh, 17. West—Fuqua, Kimbrough, 31. Emory—Fuqua, 28; Gulledge, 1; Kimbrough, 8, Bowling Green-Fuqua, 34; Gul ledge. 13; Kimbrough, 12. Edsville—Fuqua, 11; Gulledge. 4; Kimbrough, 10. Acona—Fuqua, 6; Gulledgo,18;Kim brough, 26. Tchula—Fuqua, 25; Gulledge, 5; > Kimbrough, 80. Cruger—Fuqua, 0; Gulledge, 4; Kimbrough, 10. Ashton-Fuqua, 8; Gulledge, 0; Kimbrough, 1. Thornton—Fuqua, 9; Gulledge, 4; Kimbrough, 6. Paynes—Fuqua, 13; Gulledge, 13, Kimbrough, 0. Richland—Fuqua, 8, Gulledge, 2 Kimbrough. 11. Eulogy—Fuqua, 81; Gulledge, 24 Kimbrough, 17. Ebenezer—Fuqua, 19; Gulledge, 13 Kimbrough, 18. Total—Fuqua, 503; Gulledge, 197 Kimbrough, 534. Total vote cast. 1234. uquu. 7; Gulledge, 5 22; Gulledge, 12 Mrs Horace Weir, of Durant was the mhm} guest of iff!*' W? Hooper and family Sunday. E. H. Nabora, of Spanish Fort, min gled with friends here Saturday. J. E- Winstead took a trip to Durant Saturday. J. D. Eads, of Emory, was here in a business way Saturday. L. C. Regers, of Tolarville, visited the countv capital Saturday. G. A. Tate, of Bowling Green, mingled with Lexington friends Satur day. W. J. Spell, of Forest Grove, circu lated amoag friends in Lexington Saturday. H. S. Oltenburg and Walton Wil liams spent Sunday at Providence. Mrs. and Mrs.L Farley, of Jackson, were the cherished guests of Parham Williams and family the fore part of the week. Hon W. P. Tackett went to Meri dian on business this week. Miss Mary Herring has accepted a position as assistant teacher at Zeig lerville. Juat received—carload of all haart wall curbing. McBoa Lum ber Co.