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?tai L N White and Mai. J. M. Powers went to Vicksburg Hi.ndav. Will Heoricb was over from Green wood Smtoav on a visit to tbe borne folks. <V E Smith. of Howard, visited friends in tbe city Sunday. Miss Alleen Rohv visited friends at Tcbnla tbu latter part of last week Misses Mav and Susie Rainer. •Ellison. P F. Garnett. Miss Ruby Gatnett. L. K Herring. Monroe Smith, Tbad Hester. Kennou Edwards. Miss Hattie Belle Jackson weie visitor* at B F Porter s Sundav. G. H Love, of Fianklin on Monday took bis iittla son to the sanitarium at Yazoo Citv tor treatment for aoanuids. Several cows, and Heifers, with first calf; fresh, giving three to four gallons per day.for sale, with out calves. W. B. Herbert. a. G Reirn and C. L. Keiru were over ttom Keirn's Switch Sunday K. C. Brown returned Sunday from a visit at Jackson. • Rev. T. M Letclv held setvices at Franklin Suuday Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Smith rejoice over tbe birth of a daughter Satuiday. Or L. S. Rogers, of West, paid Lex ington a visit Monday. M J. Kvans and Egliert Hobbs were over from East Bank Sunday. L. P. Ellington. .1 E Elliogtou J. F. Walker D J. Truitt,. Truitt, of Bowlnig Gr j en. (Saturday. Bd . , Walker. Norris Emrnett Truitt aod r «»J " j bere ' I Hon. H S. Hooker teturned >'a'ur ! dav from a sojourn at Allison'- Wells j I ; eie i I ! ! I' &trafibounj , ; ! sum,the ornament ! bein» less ornate | than most of the j rk of that 1 he ornamen -1 , I Utionis continued j , , . I upon tbe bowls , , and tines ot the ; , j fancy pieces, ! producintr an Bright Finish ¥ DOCOCO in style of de * j 11 WO period. m 1 effect of rich ness and finish not otherwise obtainable. Made in Sterling Silver only, and stamped with tbe Trade Mark: Lion, Anchor and letter 4 m: Which insures quality and purity of design. P. A. Lindholm, Jeweler. No Money in Advance — Satisfac tion Guar anteed — Lowest Net Fact ory Prices — L Easiest!? 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STARCK PIANO CO., Manufacturers Extcutive Offices And Warerooms, 207-209 Wabash A vs., CHICAGO, ILL Dept / Holmes County's First Field Day a Success in Every Particular. Mav tbe 19th was a red letter day for tbe schools of Holmes county tor this div 'bev held their brat Fi-Td Day exercues which were a success in everv oartnular. .Superintendent J. M. Kimbrough. to whose public »plTit eun*»s anu uutinug enerftv. the sue cess is largely due, leels very much ar jtitled at tbe splendid showing made b. all of tbe contesting schools. Fully fifteen hundred students and patrons witnts-ed tbe exercises, and all stu dents disolaved strong enthusiasm tor tbeit respective schools, and altbcugb tbe rivalry was strong there was no ill feeding entertained in any event, and victor or loser accepted their lot in tbe b • of spirits Appreciating £t 0 advantages to he gained from ib s event, it was decided and heartily ap proved by all to make it an annual; event to lie looked forward to by tbe I coulI^ schools, as a day set apart for | 1 he progain in detail ia as fol-, or, them Irws: Basketball, between Lexington High School and Durant High School, by Durant with a fcore at 10 to 9. J Tennis Cbampiorship was won by tbe | Lexington team, composed of Pitt Shooter 1 and Lansdale Dver. The County Oatorical, Elocutionary and Chor«l Contests were won by the fol lowing. respectively: uf Providence school; We>t scuool: Text Book Contests were won in the different subjects as fellows: Spelling, Fannie May Porter, of Elliott Hill: practical arithmetic, Emma Cowsert, of Goodman: primary arithmetic, , Annie Clower. of Lexington; primary 'reading Anna Gwin Pickens, of Gaod man , c jmpusiton, Marv Brurnbv. of Goodmau . history,Fannie Mav Porter, of Elliott Hill; map of United States. Robert Cooper, of Durant: Map of Mis i sippi. Eola Williams, of Lexing iii ap of Holmes county. Lena Barg r of Ltxington; basketry, Peyton Abbott Jones and Bean ice Lundy, of Lunch was served uy tie won Willie Bioorne, Sadie Ellis, of Tcbnla chorus. Tbe ton ■ Lexington, ladies of the countv at the couithouse after the morning exercises. A tier dinner tbe crowd assembled on tbe Athletic Field to witness tbe base ball game between Durant Higb School and Lexington High School won bv Lexington, score 10 to 7. Balliories tor Durant. Erne* Jenkins and Leon Smith: Lexing Piit Shsphetd and Tom Newsom. Tbe game v;as sou ton. Th°. feature of tbe ball game was tbe three bagger of Pitt Shepherd with tbe tifu-es full. Tbe l Oil-iard dasb was won by Leo Owen, of Durant; tbe 200-vard dash was won by Gordon Owens; 500-yard da«-b won bv Guy Arnold, ot Tolarville. High jump. won by Lewis Pepper. Jr , of Lexing tori, record four feet and eleven inen es: running broad jump won bv Pitt Sheph'rd. of Ledngton. recotd sixteen )feet and nine inches: pole vault, won by Pitt Shepbed. of Lexington, record seve:i feet and thiee inches. Potato race, won by Lewis Paxton, cf Tolar v „ k Three-legged race, won by Ar uold and Paxton, of Tolaivilla AU f Jur8 race | )y Howard Diggs, of Acona. Fifty yard fiasli, won fur girls by D , xia x„ 80 ld. of Providence At night the High Uobcol Oratoih al, Ei at - u tioi.arv, Music and Cborsi cun j tests were held and tbe winneis wefe a8 f 0 u OW8; Oratorical. Elwm W. ! Williams, of Lexington: primary elo |cution. Will Nelson DeLoacb. of Du rant; Higb School elocution. Aileeu Waits, of Goodman: niu ic, Mary T. Ross, of Lexington; chorus contast. won bv Lexington Tbe school bringing in the laigest number of pupils on one wagon, by Cleveland with thirty-seven pupils Medals, cash prizes and champion ship pennants were awarded tbe differ ent winners of each event Williams, of won Hon. J. F. Allen of Attala county, ittended to business in Lexington Monday J. C. Lindsev. of Goodman, made Lexington a visit on business Monday Hon P. M King, of Du:ant. vi i el tbe comity capital Monday on protes siuiial business. .1. M. Howell, a popular diuggi«.t of Gieensburg. Ky.. savs, "We use Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in our own household and know it is excel le t." For sale bv All Dealers. JL 1 00 I | Marcelh MAUCELLA ji.ahtation I — U, ». L l G lltf At. •tor k w Alileston , ^Aliss., April 11* 1911. f m -W/' Gasoline Engine Co v Lexington, Miss. •» f § emen : HjHLferring to the 8-Horse Power Engine received fro® you some thirty days ago, I beg to say that so far, « Jji giving entire satisfaction and I can see nothing VliUcate that it will not continue to do so. I find t fmt i by moving the contact point up just a little I am | to grind from 12 to 15 bushels of meal on my 24 loch horizontal Grist Mill and can crush from 25 to 30 §p ■■ * fj '^barrels of ear corn in the shuck per hour, on the No. 30 f J | Crusher bought of you. In fact it is doing all you claimed for it and if will mail me bill I will take pleasure in sending LI you you remittance. Yours truly, $1. The proof of the pudding is in eating—A postal will bring one of our salesmen to see you 1 . Olds Gasoline Engine Co. Lexington* Miss. 200 tt 1=3 E3 A HOPEFUL MESSAGE TO SCAIP SUFFERED AND MEN WHOSE HAIR IS THINNING. DandrutE now—bald later Tbe same In feet, bnld Tbe troaWa is true of scalp jiseases ness is a scalp t iseasa. with the greasy salves and loti-ns. so called dandruff anu scfttB vi nave tiied so far is that they n t u anvth ua but temporarily r*!u- c tbe j itching and cake the ® ? 'jj doesn't fall until it's dgl|». I Nothing can cure-rsafiy cire t i( C! tronliles but a real scabs teat > ■Aril®'] the will kill the germs cm and scalp cii ! ease Learning/frdm leadi ufBlWW gists througliout Amo idu that bad fonna a whirlwind cure lot dAn j druff. eczema and all litseeair of tfce| skin and scalp the B. H. OmII Drug I 8ture on proving lo th* 'rAyjTbvmub | compounding the treaBmeot, "hat it is the most prominent drug store In :his citv secured the agency for (be reme dy; This remedy is ZEMO. the clean, liquid preDraation that Hr! is the germ of disease and ZEMO SOAP to wash the sclao or skin clear and clean of the dandruff or scale aad bv ils antiseptic qualities soothe and heal. Sold and guaranteed by druggists everywhere and in Lexington by B. 8. Beall. m if Owing to the illness of Judge J. F. McConl, chancery court was postponed from Monday until yesterday, wbei it convened with Judge E. N. Thomas, of Greenville, presiding. C. C. Dumas, editor of the Prentiss Headlight, attended cbaucery oouit this week. Hon J. Wiener, of Durant, was here Monday on professional business Hon. Frauk E. Everett, of Indiano la, spe it Monday in the city. H. E Buck, of Acona. was in the city Monday. J D. Autry, ot Shaddon, mingled with friends here Monday. Warning to Railroad Men. E. S Bacon, 11 Bast St., Bath. Me., sunds out this warning to railroaders: "A conductor on the railroad, my work caused a chronic inflammation of the kidneys, and I was miserable and all played out A fi tend advised Foley Kidney Pills and from tbe day I commenced taking them, I began to regain mv strength. Tbe inflamma tion cleared and 1 am far better than I have been for twenty years. Tha weak ness and dizzv spells are a thing of tbe past and I highly recommend Fo ley Kidney Pills. " Sold by B. 8. Beall. Miss Fannie Porter, of Pickens, has been visiting her brother.A. A. Porter, tbe past week. ~ A. G. Rogers was up from Ebenezer Monday. H. W Watson has purchased a fine antomoble J. N. Sample, W. A. Fa nple and W. 8 Sample, of Franklin, made Lexing tou a visit Monday. P. H. Muipby and Q. 8. Beall, Jr., were over fro n Dr.r-mt Monday. If you belch up a bitter tasting liquid it is a sign of bad digestion. A dose or two of HERBINE will cor rect tbe disorder It stimulates diges tion and purifies tbe bowels. Price 50c Sold by B. 8. Beall. Mrs. M. R. Elliott and C. S. Bow man, of Anding. have been at the bed side of Mrs. M. F .Junking who has teen very ill. Misaes Lula oi:d Mary Beall are so journing on the Gulf c;> t this week. Mrs..G.'A. Wiisiw aod Mrs J. H. McBee, Jr., ar»- spending tbe eeh at Pssa Christian Mrs M. O. tfoo, >t Merl- iac. is tbe prized gue - of Mr. and My . J. L. Dyson. O. J. Stewart, of ZcH«ryiSi min gled wits Lexiig!*)- fi enls Monday. 1 RFPRFSFNT 1 1 ' Lr " LJU ' The P,; V p me a trial order and I Will ^ ive me a inai oraer dnu make a customer 01 >0U. w jj| ca jl f or lanndrv. Mondays 1 w "L cau Ior j A f \ a nd luesdays, and deliver oatur J aV8> . ^ Basket lit R. A. Davis' Store. GREENWOOD. MISS. D *i nil MI7I C/^|M ll 1 NlLJL^iJv^l^l a ■ i All Work Guaranteed. Lexington, Miss. For correct and satisfactory work in Clothes Cleaning and Pressing, —GO TO— A. Applebaum. Bring your work to him, in the first place and save time and worry. He has often been called upon to do work over that was done by incompetent parties. He knows his business thor oughly and Guarantees satisfaction. It is A. Applebaum only that does that kind of work and he does it right. A. Applebaum, Hoskins' Bldg. West of Post Office. —NEW Shoe Shop It will be of interest to you to give me your Shoe and Harness repairing. All Work Guaranteed 1 am in position to make good my Guarantee that all work will be first class and Satisfactory. TRIAL ASKED. Shoe and Harness'Repairing a Specialty. Next To Pahlen Brothers' Store. R. A. DAVIS, Lexington, Miss. Large English Registered Berkshire Pigs $25.00 PER PAIR at 8 weeks old Money refunded if not satisfactory. Ebenezer Commercial Company Ebenezer, Miss. i ' > Bank of Commerce * W. U YOUNG, R. M. GWIN. Guhier W. 1. PICKENS, Vice-Pres'l Capital $ 45 , 000.00 DIRECTORS; G. H. McMOKROUGH. R. M. GWIN, 1 I). H. HOBBS. A. M. DOTY H H. ELMORE. W. I. PICKENS. ,t. W. L. YOUNG. Offers to depositors all of the conveniences of a well equipped and conservatively managed bank, and any accommodations that your balances, business ability and re sponsibility warrant,consistent with sound banking % * Day! i Ev?ry Da y a Bargain at F. J. CASEY'S STORE i Dealer in Hardware, General Merchandise, Wagon and Carriage Material, Rims, Spekes, Axles, Tongues, Hounds, Shafts, Poles, Singletrees, etc., Dashes, Carriage Paint. Horse and Mule Shoes, all kinds of Blacksmith Supplies, Harness, Riding Saddles, all kinds Jewelry, Glass, Tin and Crockeryware, Staple Groceries, Candy always fresh, Cigars, Pipes, and Tobacco. Our Five, Ten and Fifteen Cent Counter are just . i running over with Bargains, both useful and necessary for the l home. Call and inspect my goods whether you buy or not as "seeing **j is believing."' Come, make tho test, „ J THE CASEY BRICK BLOCK. f >*❖< .«i Sell Peters Shoes Pahlen Bros. Can Give You Good Value .#**.«*• The Well Have You Tried the Water from Clark's Mineral Well? Many of the best citizens of Lexington are using it with good results. A gallon of this water will be de livered to you every day for 5 cents you furnish vessel. ALL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY. M. J. CLARK, Lexington, Miss. VETERINARY When your stock are sick or have chronic troubles, call Dr.J. A. McCarley, D. V. S. Lexington, Mbs. and He will satisfy you. Calls answered night or day. Office at Moore's Stable.] Residence Phone , No. 232\ Notice to Contractor*. By sn order ot the Board of Supervisors of Holmes County. Mississippi, passed at their reg ular May Term. 1911. 1 am authorized and di rected to advertise for bids to be submitted at the next meeting of said Board, on the first Monday In June. 1911. to repair the Bopbumpa iron bridge spanning Bophumpa creek on the Lexington and Acona public road : the bidden! to submit their own plans and specifications and said hridge to be completed, ready for public trsvei, in 90 days, in a good and workmanlike manner. The Board reserves right to reject any and alt h<ds PAHHAM WILLIAMS. Clerk.