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The Lexington Advertiser
PACES 9-10. Lexington, Miss. : : July 14. 1911 Home Brevities. Memorial service for W. L. Young will be held at the Methodist Church Sunday morning at 10:15 o'clock. All are invited. Misses Lucy and Hattie Henry, of Greenwood, who have been spending some time at Owens Wells, stopped by on their wav home for a few days' visit to tbeit cousin, Eggleston. Mrs. Katie Anderson, from Pickens, is visiting Mrs. T. A. Lunsford at Owens Wells. All the new lasts and leathers in Nettleton and Howard and Foster oxfords at Llpsey-Doty Co. The children and gradchildren'of W. W Tavlor am going to celebrate his birthday, Thursday. July 20, Every body is invited to come and bring a basket. The candidates are invited to All are welcome. The dinner Mrs. 8. A. come. will b* at fl. M. Taylor's. Communion services will he held at the Presbyterian Church, in the morn ing of the fourth Sunday, July 23. G. A. Tate and son, of Bowling Green, are Lexington visitors today. W. Brooke Burwell and F. Allen Howell were up from Ebenezer yes terday.,. One plug of PENN'S CHAMPION tobacco bought from M. M. Rayner will con vince you it is the very best fOc plug on earth. Master Henry Hooker Fuqua met with a serious accident last Wednesday afternoon. Wtailo walking across the railroad trestle, pushing his bicycle in front of bim. bis foot got caught in some obstruction and be fell from the trestlo, breaking both arms, one in two places, and the other in With characteristic grit, he walked without a whimper to the Barrett Grocer Co's store and asked to be tak en home. His injuries were promptly attended to and he is doing as well as possible under the circumstances. On account of bis extreme youth, it is confidently expected that he will fully recover As a matter of course. Prof. Fuqua has been at his bedside and has been unable to make several pioposed trips in the interest ot bis candidacy (or chancery clerk, but his friends will appreciate the situation. one. E. W. White and familv have re turned to their home in Yazoo after extended visit to Mrs. T. A. Luns Mr. White's improved since an ford at Owens Wells, health is greatly drinking the health giving water. When In need of the best mowing machine on the market call around and let us explain the Deering and get our easy terms. Sold by the Hardware-Lumber Co. Mrs. Wm. Doty, of Richland, died Monday night, and the funeral held Tuesday. She was a most estimable Christian ladv, and leaves a large circle of friends, who with the rela tives, sincerely mourn her departure Howard'Fonville spent several days at Durant* this week, doing photo graphic work. Mrs. Stafford Fincher, of Merigold, is the cherished guest of W. H. Finch er and family. Bon. J. D. Guyton, of Durant, was here this morning on professional business Cut prices on Straw Hats, Lip soy-Doty Company. Lexington Hote l Grocery Store SATURDAY BARGAINS $2.00 Suits for little boys.... $1.50 Rice, still 40 lbs. for your... $1.00 Standard White Sugar, 18 lbs. $5.00 Highest Patent Flour.... Next Grade. $3.00 Half-Barrel Flour D. S. Meat. Bacon.. Compound Lard. $3.00 Ladies' Hats. $2.50 Ladies' Hats. $2.00 LadieB' Hats $1,00 Overalls.. $1.00dampers...„. $3.00 Pants a,;, in.. $2.00 Pants.... , $1.50 Pants..... 50c Knee Pants. 50c Shirts. 50c UnderShirts 50c Peppered Drawers $4.50 $2.50 $ 1.00 ,. 10c Y.C. Sugar, 20 lbs for your...$L00 ...,9c 5<)c Suspenders . $2.50 10c Lawn . 10c Gingham. . $1.65 1 10c Domestic. .80c 50c Brooms. .80c 35c Brooms... ........ .$2.50 6c Rice. ..$1,75 5c Rice......... '..$1.20 j Men's Linen Collars. .40C 10c Riverside Cheviots... .40c Gold Dust Wash Powders . 40c Lenox Soap, per bar. .40c Calico for garments. 9c for 35c 8c 8c $ 2.00 8c 40c 25c 5c 4c rf-f : ,8c 8c 4c 3c 3c Country Produce, Ckickehs and Eggs Wanted DON'T MISS THESE PRICES J. J. GILMORE LEXINGTON, MISS AStY BLOCK. J Circuit Court Clerk and Registrar E V Ashlev has all the registration books ready aod in shape fcr the Board of Election Commissioners to look over at their fortncoming meeting. Owing to the unusual interest ma-iteded ;in the approaching election, be has been called upon to answer numerous in auiries. by personal calls, mail and telephone, bv parties desiring to know if they were properly legistered and ; n every wav quslibeJ to exercise the right of franchise Mr Ashlev has been kept stiictlv at his office dmieg this year as in all the years duriDg his incumbency, by his multiplicity of duties, which he always gives his peisonal and prompt attention, and has therefore been unahle to make a house to bouse canvass in the interest of bis candidacy for re-election. At various times when on his registra tion trips, for instance, he bus been called back by matters requiring bis peisoual attent orf, such as habeas cor proceedings aud others of equal importance. Mr. Ashlev, recognised as one of the most capable and efficient circuit court clerks in the state, has ever taken a iust and commendable pride in conducting nis office at the highest point of efficiency attainable, and has been unwilling to neglect bis duties to the public in nnv maimer, even to advance his personal interests. He would verv much have liked to have been able to have met the good people throughout the county at their own homes and at the various public gatherings, but his presence being im peratively required at his office at all tiinns h« h»s bean precluded from so tunes, be has bean preciuue , u „ ", f Pmiir _ attending loU.St ZSXZ&T*' J. B Doty of Ebenezer. mingled with friends in the city yesterday We are making a special run on Savoy shirts this week. Ask the Price. Lipsoy-Doty Co. Mavor H. S. Hooker has received a letter from W G. Beanland, Secretary ot the Delta Publicity & Improvement Association of Mississippi, advising him that Hou. Bradford Ivaapp. of the Agricultural Department, and Mr. C. 0. Raine, of the Good Roads Depart ment, Washington D .0., will deliver lectures at Lexingtoo. at 11 o'clock a. m.. Wednesday. July 19. They should be greeted bv a largo attendace as the matters they will discuss are of para mount importace to this section of the country. D. W. Rhvne and son, Dan. leave this afternoon tor Greenwood to visit his daughters, Mrs. J H. Ellington and Mrs. W. N. Pharr. Leo Lew returned Wednesday from New Orleans where be has been tak ing a course in short band at the boule Business University. pus Why do you spend your money for inferior tobacco when you can buy PENN'S CHAMPION from M. M. Rayner at the same price the common kind will cost you elsewhere? Just received a new lot of Misfit Clothing. The sooner you come, the better you will be able to make your pick. APPLEBAUM BROS. The Olds Gasoline Engine Co last week sold three gasoline engines to parties in Lee couuty, and shipped another to Amorv Wednesday. W. D Ford is woikiug the convicts the roads of Beat 1 this week. •E P. Darnel! and J 8. Causev were up from Brozville Wednesday. Bring your wagon loads of ear corn to our crusher. We crush it with the shuck on and in a hurry. McBee Lumber Co. Editor B M. Heitzler was over from Durant Tuesday evening. Mi«s Nellie Brister has teen elected teacher of the County Line school for the ensuing scholastic year. on On last Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. A. Wherry, of Du rant. Miss., quite a boat of maids and matrons eojoved the cordial hospitality of Mesdames Gaston Author Guess and Jim Webh Bacon when they enter tained with a linen shower for their j sister, Miss Ellen a Hues* The spacious! parlois were tastefully decorated in | D j u |( and white, with pink hearts bus j pended from all available places. In : the reception ball delicious punch was j served bv Migu n McLellan and Edna Wilson Nicola. Suspended from the ceiling and immediately above a large aim chair, dranod with pink aid white, was an immense pink heart attached bv streamers of ribbon to the (our coiners of the parlor. Hauling from this heart were lihbons which, when polled bv little Misses Janice Guess and Marion Elmpre. who were daintily gowned in pink and white showered the numerous gifts on the bride elect. Attached to each pack age was an appropiiate note of good wishes from the donor; some ridicul ous, some sublime.but all bearing the same message of love and good wishes to the honoree. A search for tiny hearts hidden in overv conceivable place was made and Mrs. J. R Brown ca ne out victorious with a dainty pink and white heart shaped pin cush | 0 n as a prize. Refreshments consisted of cakes and ices in pink and white hearts. Souvenirs of small heart shaped boxes, carrying out the color scheme and filled with rice, furnished the guests with plentv with which to shower the departing biide. „ „ j b \ Parkinson, of Hodman, at tended to business here Tuesday. M.M. Rayner sells abraW 0 f tobaCCO at a dime per ^ which ig WOfth j ^ i T t • PFNN'S pCf " 1S rtUNIN a CHAMPION. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Young and daughteis, Elizabeth and Mabel, of Greenwood: W. K. Kennurd, Mrs, E. G. Olden and son, Edgar, of Yazoo Citv, aud 0. S. Hopkins, ot Hickory, attended the funeral of iheir relative, the l ue W. L. Young, Tuesday. J. Z. Morris made a trip to Green wood yesterday. P. M. Downer aud W. C Dowuer, of Emory, K. W. Downer and little daughter, of Cruger, and C. T. Dow ner, of lackson. weie visitois to Lex ington yesterday. Foley's houev and Tar Compound. Is effective for coughs and colas iii either children or grown persons. No opiates, no harmful drugs. In the vellow package. Refuse substitutes. Sold by B. S. Beall. Yazoo Presbyte y of tho Cumberland Presbyterian Church will meet, with the Oak Grove congregation Saturday, July 22. All members are urged to be present. Tho ladies' Presbyferial Missionary Society will render a splen did program Sunday night. William W. Broome, of Liberty Chapel, will leave tomorrow for Hat tiesburg to enter the business college at that place. Our grocery stock always com plete and prices right. Lipsev Doty Company. Phil Thomas, of Humbolt, Term., visited relatives an<t friends in Lex mgton the early part of toe week Curtis Sbuttlewortb has opened a merchandise business at Midnight, the J. M Alexader Drug Co. selling him the first, installment of goods many friends wish him much success in his new venture. Nathan Applebauin and A. Flowers have gone to Chicago on a business trip. Mr. Flowers will extend bis trip to Michigan City before returning borne. Applebaum Bros, have purchased the Ansbro building. E. L. Faulconer, of Ebenezer, spent Wednesday on our busy marts. Penn's Champion is a rich man's tobacco, but you can get it at a poor man's price from M. M. Rayner. Dr. C. A Mooie went over to the delta this morning on a fishing trip. Mr. Geoige Ford Byrd and Miss Bertha Mav Shanks were married in the office of the Circuit Court Clerk. Julv 4, Mayor fl. S Hookar officiat ing. Their many friends throughout the county extend to this excellent young couple hearty congratulations and well wishes. New lot of Misfit Clothing, just re ceived at Applebaum Bros, early and get your pick. Willie Hooper has been spending the week with relatives at Kosciusko. Miss Susie Calliban is teaching two months' summer term of school at Marksville. Save time and money by using a Deering Hay Press. Sold by the Hardware-Lumber Co. R. L. Cooper, of Durant, attended to business in Lexington Tuesday. Miss Bertie Sue Portei will teach the Midway school the ensuing term. Rev. T. M. Lemley and family pect to move into the manse next week. Miss Annie Gibson was recently admitted into membeiship of the Pres byterian Church at this place. C. A. Pitcbford, J. F. Rogers and R. W. Downer, of Cruger, attended the funeral of tho late W. L. Young here Tuesday. New lot "Roelofs Hats" just ceived, ask to seethe ''Smile" hat. Lipsey-Doty Company. Miss Edna Spell, of Durant, was the charming guest of B. H. Cooper the fore part of the week. Hon. and Mrs. A. M. Pepper took a trip tc. New Orleans Tuesday. Flav Fever and Summer Colds. Must be relieved quickly and Folev's Honey and Tar Compound will do it, E. M. Stewart. 1034 Wolfram St.. Chicago, writes: "I have been greatly troubled during hot summer months with Hay Fever and find that by using Fulev's Honey and Tar Com pound I get great relief." Many others who suffer similarly will he glad to benefit bv Mr. Stewart s experience For sale by B. S. Beall. - yest only -Doty Co. His Come a ex re* Gnow Drop. 99 u■ t A Curd. i „„_ To Mv t tend* of fiolmes Countv : 'bo uj. fort unate a>. iuent wauh k;.Tsm«t,|o my little [mv un v^u ids rwmook. which result*! in j b r av ; hath at ms broken, 1 will ** tl o maJepjBB active a canvass | & r r , * e: ~J 't vwo weeks as I bad in j tended. b a 1 Want to call on tverv : friend that f hay* 'in Holuies county j to twatl in iveir power in my behalf »rv>m now v;u'»l after the election, The only way in which a candidate can win is ry the help of his friends, I'*uOw that I have the best friends in the world for they nave been tried and tested on mire than one occasion, and they have always been true to me I now have the brightest prospects that I have ever had in a political way, ana l uni ab solutely con haunt triat I will load the ticket tot chancery clerk in the r IKol primary, and I want to urge my friends id oo all that they cun tor me. in an honorble way, so as to mako that leaa so l .rge, that n y success in the SECOND primary will be assured right fair and uonest however, and don't try to gain votes for me by saying any thing against cither ot my eo«#DGtitois. and do not he influenced by any reports which may lie hereaL * er circulated in this campaign, tor 1 have made a clean fight and un open on ? anci ' wa.it to win on that kind of a T Again urging every friend which 1 have v ' ork anc * , anu Y° 1 *' for me. aml hoping to be able to be your uext chancery clerk, I remain, a can didate 'WHAT A'lNf HAD NO THING NARY TIME AND WANTS TOM.csasi.rer cu« this Yours truly, FUQUA JAS II. Kidm-y Diseases are Curable undei certain conditions. The right medicine must be taken before tho di sense has progressed too far. Mr. Petrv A. Pitmana. Dale. Texas, says: "I was down in bed for four months with kidney ami bladder trouble and gall stones One bottle of Foley's Kidney Remedy cured me well and sound." Ask for it. For sale bv B. S. Beall. a a A Card. To My Friends aud Voters of Boat 4: Aftsr due consideration, and care fully thinking over the matter, i have decidnd to, and do herein, withdraw from the race for supervisor I wish to thank mv many friends for the strong support tbev intended giv ing me and 1 assure vou 1 fully uppre cian; the honor you have b stowed up on mo mure than words or p«n can If 1 had continued in the lace I am sure I would have been elected, and my neisonal affairs need all of my time—and they would have to be neglected, for I would never neglect the trust of mv friends. The office of supervisor should be filled onlv bv a successful business man, and one that has an interest in the upbuilding of his county and is above pel tv graft and prejudices: so now, friends lit us all put aside all other feelings in this matter and vote for ana el ct tno man whom we think will make us the best supervisor. With manv best wishes for our suc cess at the polls. I am Yoiisra'ldpreciativ« friend, WALl.IS PERRY. Bee Lake, Miss., July 12, 1911 tell A Card. To the Voters of Holmes County, Mississippi: About thivo weeks ago I was seized with au attack ot appendicitis and acting under the advice of physicians went to Yazoo City and underwent an opufailon on that account. I remained in Yaziu City about two weeks. I have just returned homo and while I am able to walk around a little I am not able to ride or to take trips over the county. I will be able to do very little of this before tho first, primary. This is in explanation of mv failure in keep up tlie canvass which I had started and is to let mv friends know that I am stall in the race and expect tu continue. 1 will he able to take up sn active canvass hot ween tho first and second primary. Requesting my fiiends to continue their active efl.,rts in my behalf and trusting that I may see as many of the voters of tho coqntv when they come to Lexington as possible I am Veiy sincerely, AL R HARVEY. Parson's Poem a Gem. From Rev H. Stubenvoll, Allison, la , in praises of Dr. King's New Life Pills. ''They're such a health necessity. In every home these pills should be If other kinds you've tried in vain. USE DR. KING'S And be well again. Only 25c at All Druggists. A Card. a To the Voters of Holmes County: As I have not been able to canvass the county as I should have done I will ask you to remember rne on elec tion day, and if you can conscienti ously cast vour vote for me it will he greatly anpieciated, and if you prefer and feel that it is vour dutv to vote lor another we won't fall out. I can not come in on the plea ot being an old soldier for I lacked a year or two of being old enough when the war was going on. but I wore the red shirt that put the white people her!: into office. I never asked for an office before and may never ask again I just simply want the office this time. Mv crop has kept mo from seeing vou all personally. Hope you will kindlv if vou you in advance, I Hespecttully vours. JOHN C. BYRD. consider me ami vote for can. Thanking e am I With Mis l ife Escaped ''Twentv-ope years ag" I faced an awful death, ''write*, H H. Martin Port Hamlnot), S. C. Doctors said I had consumption ami the dreadful eongb I bad looked like it, sure en ough I tried everything, I could hear of, for my cough, and was under the tieatmnut of the best doctor in Deoige^ towD, S C., for a year, out could get no relief. A friend advisad me to tiv Dr. King's New Discovery. I did so anil was completely ouitil. I feel that I owe mv life to Has great throut and lung cure." it's positively guar anteed foi coughs, colds, and all bron cbial affections *0c and $1.00. ina. bottle free at All Druggists. / p. y Baker, of Acona. is sojourning in the city today 1 99 t Hon. Jno. R. I alley of Hattiesburg Will Address the Voters of Holmes County in the Inter est of JAS. K. VARDAMAN AT LEXINGTON, MISS •> ON SATURDAY, JULY 22, At 2:30 P. M. at the Court House. Durant at 8:30 P. M. Ladies are Especially Invited. MR. TALLEY Speaks in the Forenoon at Winona, and will leave at 12:30 p m. in an Automobile for Lexington. 0 O^ONline DEPOSITS OaJJV CwllVlldUr' cV lljlKjOli HVoXa* (XIV, mWa XtvX&AdM .XvK jjicnr HtYvaiH. amotwiw. BANK OF LEXINGTON. ifl; muo trr THE BEST ADVICE For the protection of your eyesight is to visit our optical department once in a while. We can tell you in a very few minute what, if anything, should be done. We will test vour eyes by the most modern methods—and lit lenses to with scientific exactitude your eyes That will assure you future eye comfort. We give every case the utmost care and attention—and with our facilities can guarantee satisfaction. Make it a point to see us about your eyes. If glasses are not needed there will be no charge We are and have been a resident of Lexington for 43 years and not for one or two days. M. E. FRITZ, Optometrist Office West, Side Public Square. Card of Thanks. We desire, through the columns of tho Advertiser, to rxpress our most grateful and heartfelt thanks to our friends for the many kind deeds and assistance rendered during the illness and death of our beloved daughter, Mrs. 8. N Killehrew. May the Lord abundantly bless yon all is our earnest prayer. MR. AND MRS. ABE SHEPPARD. Large English Registered Berkshire Pigs $25.00 PER PAIR at:8, weeks old Money refunded if not satisfactory. Ebenezer Commercial Company Ebenezer, Miss. VETERINARY When your stock are sick have chronic troubles, call or Dr.J. A. McCarley, D. V. S. Lexington, Whs. and he will satisfy you. Calls answered night or day. Office at Moore's Stable. Residence Phone, No. 232 Klovey to Loan on improved swamp property on long W. L. DYER, Lexington, Miss. tima; easy terjms.