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ZEMO CURES ECZEMA. PIMPLES,
DANDRUFF: PRICKLY HEAT.
SUNDURN.
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and affords you skin comfort during
tbe bet weatbet. We give yon tbiee
reasons why we recommena ZEMO for
skin trouble.
1st. ZEMO is a clean, scientiffc,
liquid preparation, —pleasant
agreeable to use.
2nd. ZEMO stops ictbing at once
and allays tbe initation and piomptly
soothes and heals tbe skin.
3rd. ZEMO gives universal satis
faction and is recognised by skin spe
cialists as tbe standard remedy for all
skin and scalp troubles.
If you wish to try a bottle of ZEMO
for yourself or one of your children
and it doea not do exactly what we
•ay, we will return your mone-r with
out Quibble or question. ^B. S Beall
Drug Store.
and
For Sale.'
Second - band bicycle and pump,
D. W. BEALL, JR.
$ 10 . 00 .
PROFESSIONALS
DR. J. W. JORDAN, JR..
DENTIST
All Branches of Modern
Dentistry Practiced
Successor to Dr. W. F. Stansbury.
Office Masonic Bld'g. Phone 44-2.
DR. P. D. HOLCOMB
Dentist
LEXINGTON MISS.
Office in Hotel Arlington.
Phone No. 98.
Teeth extracted with little pain.'
W. L. DYER
Attorney at Law
LEXINGTON, MISS.
Office in Court House, Upstairs.
Phone 53.
R. C. McBee.
H. 8. Hooker.
HOOKER & McBEE,
Attorneys at Law
LEXINGTON, MISS
Office upstairs Bank of Holmes
County Building.
DR. C. A. MOORE,
DENTIST
LEXINGTON, MISS.
Office in Merchants & Farmers
Bank Building.
Phones;
Office. No, 211. Residence, No. 198
H. H. ELMORE
Attorney at Law
LEXINGTON, MISS.
Office in front suite of rooms, Mc
Cain Building
J. B, Boothe.
A. M. Pepper.
BOOTHE & PEPPER,
Attorneys at Law
LEXINGTON, MISS.
Office in Merchants & Farmers
Bank Building; Upstairs.
WILLIAM ARTHUR PIERCE
Attorney at Law
General practice in all tbe Courts
Prompt attention to all Legal
Business
Office in Court House
Local and Long Distance Phone 12t
G. H. McMORROUGH
Attorney at Law
Will practice in all the Courts,
State and Federal.
Office over Bank of Commerce
PAUL P. LINDHOLM
Attornevat-Law
LEXINGTON, MISS.
Office in Hooker Building:
Upstairs.
O. F. HOSEA
Notary Public
Fire and Life Insurance, Country
Risks a Specialty.
Office in McCain Building. Upstaire,
LEXINGTON, MISS.
DR. T. B. HOBBS,
DENTIST
LEXINGTON, MISS.
Treatment of Riggs Disease a Specialty.
Office over Bank of Commerce
Phone No. 21
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We are sure to be in the Second Primary!

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And want you ("the dear people") to come to SEE US for Drugs, Stationery,
Toilet Articles, Soda Water, Cigars, Talcum Powders, Etc.
In fact everything to be had in a first-class Drug
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Williams 6 Glover, Proprietors .
LOCAL.
| B. C Farr made a trip to Icbula
Monday.
| Misses Dora Sheppard and Allie
Gene Lyon visited Owens Well Sun- ;
dav.
Dr. B J. Farr, of Holcomb, spent
Monday with relatives and friends in
Lexington.
Misses Annie and Elisabeth Payne,
who nave been guests of Mis. Mamie
E. Sample and family tbe past two
weeks, at Ebenezer, returned to tbeir
home at Belzoni Monday evening.
Sam E Sample and Walter 8a a pie
were np from Ebenezer Monday.
Hon. W. T. Johnson,formerly edit
or ot tbeDurant News, but now a pop
ular traveling salesman, made a visit
to Lexington Monday.
J. A. Hooke. Earl Hooke, John An
tier ton Stigler. Robert Gillespie Stil
ler and Wilford Franklin Stigler spent
Sunday at Owens Wells.
Mast be relieved quickly aud Fo
ley's Honey and Tar Compound wi<l
do it. fi M Stewart 1034 Wolfram
St . Chicago, writes: '''1 have been
greatly troubled during the hot sum
mer months with Hay Fever and bud
that by using Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound I get great relief." Many
others who suffer similarly will be
glad to benefit by^Mr. Stewart's expe
rience. For sale bv B. 8 Beall.
Miss Etta Wiglev, of Clarksdale, is
spending a few days witn ber parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Wiglev. at Hard
scrabble.
Hon. H. H. Johnson went to Durant
Monday evening.
J G. Herbert spent Monday night
in Durant.
W. H. Nabors, J. H. Nabors. H M.
Taylor, W. W. Taylor, 8. E. Tate,
Wilson Tate. G. A. Tate, Allen Tate,
,1. L. McNeer. Robert McNeer, M. M.
McNeer and DeWitt Nabors, of the
Bowling Green vicinage, were here
Tuesdav to vote, sell farm produce
and transact business in general.
W. W. Fowler and Earl Fowler
were here from Owens Tuesday to ex
piess their choice for the various can
didates for office.
Mrs. D. Miller and son returned to
her borne at Drew after a vist to ber
parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3 Cohen.
Mi. and Mrs. D. Miller, of Drew,
bare as tbeir guest tbeir sister. Miss
Julia Cuben.
Webb Lunsford and Miss Annie
Lunsford went to Vick. Ark., last
week to tbe bedside of tbeir brother,
Harper Lunsford, who died Monday
evening from tvpboid fever.
Loss of Time and Loss of Pav.
Kidney trouble and tbe ills it
breeds means lost time and lost pay to
many a working man. M. Balent,
1214 Little Penna St., Streator, 111.,
was so bad from kidney "and bladder
trouble that be could not work, but
he says: "I took Foley Kidney Pills
for only a short time and got entirelv
well and was soon able to go back tc
work, and am feeling well and health
ier than before." Foley Kidney Pills
are tonic in action, quick in results—
a good friend to the working man or
woman who suffers from kidney ills
For sale by B. S. Beall.
Jesse Walton, DeWitt Buck and J.
R. Watson, Jr., were here from Yazoo
City Monday to exercise tbeir fran
chise.
Jas. Eakin, of Hazloburst, has been
spending some time with bis parents,
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Eakin.
C. Sudbeck. J C Bowman and J.
F. Eubank, of Jenkinsville.were visit
ors to Lexington Tuesday.
J. C. Byrd. J. B. Byrd. W. W.
Byrd. Z. B. Byrd. W. J. Turberville.
G. A. Gantt, J. D. Causey, J. 3.
Causey, R Causey, T. H, Bradley, of
Brozville, sojourned in Lexington
Tuesday.
J. A Stout, of Owens Well, spent
Tuesday with friends in the city.
Governor E F. Noel was up from
Jackson Tuesday to vote.
Erastus Ingold, of Acona, circulated
among bis may friends bere Tuesday.
G. W. Darnell. Wilson Darnell,
Fraok Darnell. Lark Darnell. E. P.
Darnell, Bertram Darnell. P. B. Brad
ley, Rev. J. B. Dozier, J. B. Bradley,
E K. Frost, W. C. Frost, Johnson
Frver. J. Sargent Fryer, of the Broz
ville neighborhood, were noted among
tbe visitors to Lexington Tuesday.
Tbe colored institute and normal
will open August 14 and continue four
weeks. All teachers who can arrange
to will do well to be present for all or
a part of tbe time.
J. M. KIMBROUGH.
Some Poeple are Asleep
They do not know that right in their own Town and
County there is one of the best equipped Gasoline Engine
and Farm Machinery Show Rooms in the Country.
We invite the public to come down and see our show
room, and promise that we have made it worth while.
We have on display Olds Engines, from forty to one
quarter horse power.
People from all over the state are coming to see this
exhibit, why not you?
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And by the way! Did you ever hear of a dissatisfied purchaser of an
OLDS ? We will be glad to give you a list of them, in order that
you may investigate.
Olds Gasoline Engine Co. ;
TOWN COUNCIL.
Lexington, Miss , August 1, 1911.
At a regular meeting of the board,
this day present: H. 8 Hooker, may
or; J C. Pickens. vV. O Barrett, W
L Jordan, S L. Burwell and R E
Wilburn, aldeimen; O. C. Jordan,
marshal.
Tne following accounts examined,
allowed and warrants ordered issued
therefor:
Cap Hoskins, crossings at Huntiug
ton's snd Swinney's $23,73.
B G. Olive.crossings atLindbolm's.
opposite church, J. 8 .Stigler's $34.13
J. S. Swinney, balance on lumber
for street, $9.20.
Le xingtonCompress & Oil Mill Co.,
lights. $158.12, $157.12
J. R Newsom, 535 square feet
walk, $5.30,
PatMcDade,cemetery sexton,$226.00.
Dr. S. A. Eggleston, city- bea.tb
officer, $25.00.
H. S Hooker, mayor, salary, $50.00.
O. C. Jirdan. marshal salary,$25 00.
O. C. Jordan, street commissioner,
J. C Pickens, alderman, attend
ance. $5.00.
W. O. Barrett, alderman,attendance.
$5.00,
W. L. Jordan,alderman, attendance,
$5.00.
S. L. Burwell, alderman, attend
ance, $5.00.
R. E Wilburn, alderman, attend
ance, $5 00.
Ordered that tbe bid of Merchants &
Farmers Bank & Trust Co. for tbe
$02,5000 00. water and sewerage bonds
at par "be and tbe same is accepted
and said bonds will be sold to tbe said
Merchants & Farmers Bank & Trust
Co.
Tbe Lexington Advertiser, $28.89.
Mayor reports fines imposed, $28 00.
Marshal reports fines collected,
$18.00; street tax. $102.00.
City depository reports in corpora
tion fund. $1121.32, inteiest, $4.16;
street fund, $240.82, sterest $11.15;
school fund, $2885.81, interest $13.98;
interest on bond fnnd$1344 51, interest
$4.84 ; cemetery fund. $21.62. interest,
$5.00.
.07.
R. E. Wilburn, clerk, one half year,
salary, $75.00.
On motion mavor appointed R. E
Wilburn, S. L. Burwell and W. O.
Barrett a committee to ascertain and
get prices on lots for pumping station
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Come and spend your money with us and ask tor Cash Coupons.
They are worth money.
We will soli you Hardware as cheap as
any one — and GIVE you nice presents
in return (or your Cash Coupons.
Come in and let us explain the plan to you. Our stock of
Seasonable Hardware is complete.
HARDWARE-LUMBER CO
W. L. HOOKER, Pres't.
LEXINGTON, MISS.
adn stand pipe, and to investigate
whether best to use gasoline or steam
power, also to get options on artesian
wells and to reort to special meeting
to be called by mayor.
Adjourned.
H. S. HOOKER. Mayor.
R. E. WILBURN, Clerk.
Of Great Benefit
To Lexington.
Lexington people have found out
that A SINGLE DOSE of simple buck
thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as com
pounded injAdler-i-ka.the new German
Appendicitis remedy, relieves constipa
tion, sour stomach or gas on the
stomach almost INSTANTLY. This
simple mixture antisepticizes tbe di
gestive organs and draws off the im
purities and it is surprising how
QUICKLY it helps. B. 8. Beall.
Druggist.
Resolutions of Respect.
To tne Officers and Members of Oregon
Local, No. 721:
We, the committee appointed bv
this local of tbe F. E. and C. U. of
A,, to draft resolutions on tbe death
of our beloved sister, Mrs. LouSharpe,
do hereby diaft the following resolu
tions :
Resolved. That by the death of this
member, we have lost a worthy and
efficient member of our order and a
personal friend.
Resolved, That we hereby extend
our deepest, sincerent and moat heart
felt sympathy to the bereaved husband
and children, to tbe aged parents and
to all other sorrowing relatives and
triends.
Resolved, That a copy of these reso
lutions be sent to tbe husband and
Children, one her father and mother,
one to tbe Advertiser for publication
and one be spread upon tbe minutes of
this union.
Reepectfully,
MRS. HALLIE JACKSON,
Chairman.
MRS. INDIA FONVILLE,
MISS BETTIE SUE PORTER,
Committee.
Money to Loan
on improved ewamp property on long
time; easy terms. W. L. DYER.
Lexington, Miea.
The PICNIC Trade
Is oaf Especial Aim to Cater to. We Are Ex
ceptionally well equipped to Fill Orders for All
Kinds of Bottled Pare Carbonated Beverages— ,
Such as Oay-Ola, Strawberry, Lemon, Peach Mellow
Cream Soda, Lemon Sour, Orange and so on. Extreme
care is exercised and absolute cleanliness observed in
the preparation of all drinks—as is also the case of our
ICE CREAM
MADE FROM PURE MILK and CREAM
We also have a Portable Soda Fount
Which we will lease to Picnics and
Parties at a Reasonable Price
Those contemplating holding picnics need have
worry about their Ice Cream and Soft Drink Supply;
jnst notify us, we will do the rest. If you want Icc
Cream or any Carbonated Beverages for your home,
give us your order. Satisfaction Guaranteed in
every particular.
no
Durant Bottling Works,
B. W. MOORE, Prop.
Durant, Miss.
Pahlen Bros.
Can Give You Good Value
Sell Peters
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