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Gave Up Hope "I suffered five years, with awful pains, due to woman ly troubles," writes Mrs. M. D. McPherson, from Chad bourn, N. C. "They grew worse, till I would often faint I could not walk at all, a:id I had an awful hurting in my side; also a headache ami a backache. I gave up and ti oui'ht 1 would die, but my husband urged me to try Cardui, so, I began, and the first bottle helped me. By the time the third bottle was used, 1 could do all my work. All the people around here said 1 would die, but Cardui relieved me. ii Cardui Wo man's Tonic For more than 50 years, Cardui has been relieving woman's sufferings, and making weak women strong and well. During this time, thousands of women have written, like Mrs. McPherson, to tell of the really surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely vegetable, tonic remedy for women. Cardui strengthens, builds, restores, and relieves or pre vents unnecessary pain and sutfering from womanly troubles. If you are a woman, begin taking Cardui, today. Write to: L»dip»' Adviiory Dept., Chittanoon Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn,. lor Special Itutracnont, iaiiW-page book, "Home Treatment for Women," tentiree. J v) 1 5L r > i % Home Brevities Alex Fowler. Abraham Flower- : Leslie Johnson and Fern B; n.hemi w< ie ^ivau tbe third rank in Fvloi ui ism at a snecial meeting of the ledge Al mday nigiit. C. K Reid went to Jackson To s day nii'rninft to attend tbe suite Ldr ■ h • i M ij 'tie H mve ilr 8 l l Ware at Beall Hardware Go's store dmina dennonstrstion week, November 13 to is Miss Leda Robertson left Tuesday morning on a visit to friends ut Mem phis T VV. Smith, Jr., \isited Durant Tuesday. If you are holding cotton for bet ter prices, you cannot afford to have it without insurance. Ring Jno. Dyson. E. F. Bryan, of Greenwood, who moved the B S, B.ydl drug store, was here Monday an 1 made a contract f >r moving another structure. A G. Kelly wa 1 ovei fiou: Tcbula Monday. J. F. Parker, 3021 No 10th St , Ft. Smith. Aik savs that he had taken kinds of kidney medicine, hut t get better unui h took Filey j Kidney Pills. No nibtter how long' you have had kidney trouble, you will find quick and permanent benefit by tbe use of Foley Kidney Pills Start taking them now. For sala by B. a, Beall. J O. Bowman, of Jenkinsville. vis ited the state fair this week. of Oregon, was u pleasant caller at this office Monday. Don't forget to attend the Majestic Range Demonstration at our store, one week. November 13 to 1H Beall Hardwaio Co. Mrs. R. L. Birkfcead and "Miss Lur lie Norman, of Tcbula, visited Lex ington Monday. This is buggy time. Get one at Pickens Bros. Co. They keep the best harness to go with the buggy. Miss AmiiejAUxai d«r spent Sunday in tbe home circle at West. Mr and Mrs. J D Walton and Mr and Mrs. J. H Walton, of Acona, were tbe guests of Lexington friends Monday. ___ "1 am pleased to recommend Cham berlain's Cough Remedy as the best thing I know of and safest remedy for coughs, colds and bronchial trouble," writes Mrs. L. B Arnold ot Denver, Colo, "vie have used it repeatedly and it has never failed to give relief." For sale bv Swinney & Stieler. D. T. Geoige, W. J. Johnson, of Pickens, attended to busiuoss here Monday. J. M Alexander visited Jackson the latter part of Hast week, advertising and placing his popular remedies, and incidentally taking in the state fair Come and see the great cooking wonder at our store all next week. You have a chance to get a'Souvenir Set of ware fret. See large advertise ment in this paper. Beall Hardware Co Prof, and Mrs. J H Fuoua and son. Henry Hooker, went to Jackson Monday to attend the fair. TT Chest, Irritation In the Throat and a Dry illicit Is* miserable night for the whole family. Tightness in the Cough means a BALLARD'S Horehound Syrup Is An Effective Remedy for the Throat and Lungs. w tlcklia* in the throat tightness In the chest Inflamed lunge, difficult breathing and •hJLng lathe bronchial tubes. Conveys a soothing, healing Influence to the sore lungs, promotes ^^expectoration and contributes to the enjoyment of a quiet alght and restful sleep. easy i Put Up ill Three Sizes, 25c. 50c and $1.00 per Bottle. Buy the Dollar else. It contains five times es much es the *0o Mee. esd you get with each bottle e Dr. Herrick's Red Pepper Porous Piaster for the chest. rsors nrros ST. LOOTS, MO. JAMES r. BALLARD ennmlmu* Ll*e IMaw. of the Byeh^U Week Sight. Smart*. Seeaettoee te the Byeo, .Tty So 1.0 fHfrfffflftTffgMggl ■. ft. BEALL. **•**■**« H9W! ( Q C Havill of the Fo ist , s. b horbood, report* tb"t f om o ter of an acre t- ter-i be fti.jirni. from ribbon can "9 gallons of excol tent molasses i.. i< ut t.'tv c -ots per Ballon wool i lj-i" « In n fll 00 At > tbe same ratio one acre would have | hiouBbtbi.u $128.40 most rsc-llent At irna in ieei, e «s f , labir and uverr* tiiinB duly i-otiM ered. There is al | w.ys a ready -ni-k d f r innhnns; if tbe local market Miould eve- tiecoine !U; r t»\ : be at or to It kfliit;<ii the pri-dnct cm always shipped with I lie assurances <;f remu nerative returas Drop in our store during our Majes ti • Demo stration vVeelr, November 13 t> IB, and lot os show vou whv the Great and Grand Majestic Range is the best on eat to, Wars, worth $H 00, given Majestic A .Souvenir Sec o? with everv Kaogasull. Beall Hardware Co. R. Gul the suite J. S. Williams an I Jenv ledge i f Fianklin, took in fair last wei-k L. C. Rogme, ifCoxbuig, was hero on husi ;uss Saturday. Starts Much Iroulile. If all pei,Die knew that neglect of constipation would result in severe indig' stiun, ycllnw jaundiec or viru bmt livi trouble they would soon take Dr. King's New Life Pills and end it. It's tie only-a e wav Best for : biliousness,heodvebe, dyspepsia, chills | j and debility. 25j «,t B. S. Beall's. j M Robert Rhyne. Sim Focse, J .7 iries an I G. O. Rogers^ were over f om Tcbula Sunday. J. M Jones and E. C. Fonsn, of Tcbula, wire'among tbe stato fair vis itors at Jackson last «eek The proof of the pudding is the eating thereof if the cook used Snowdrop flour. At, McRae's. Mr, and Mrs. J, B Pickens went to •lac'-son Saturday to attend the state trt r. It will mure than pav you fo r the laige advoitisement Beall Hardwaie Co. D. H. Niel, of Franklin, gieeteci friends in Lexington Monday. titoe to lead our in this piper. The chill microbe moots its fate in HER BIN E Tneta are thousands of these germ* in tbe air you breutbe'and at y derang us r t ot the liver, stomach el tvowels gievs them tbe opportunity tbev seek A dose of HERBINE de stroys them, clears them out complete ly ami promotes a tine feeling of strength and buoyancy Price 50c. Bold bv B. 8. Beall. Capt J. W. Humphries, of Durant, had a magnificent exhibit of cattle at the state fair this year and captured a large number of prizes C. K. Reid visited Durant on official business Saturday Bring your wagon loads of ear corn to our crusher. Wo crush It with the shuck on and In a hurry. McBee Lumber Co. J. M Miles was among the rnanv Holmes countvans who attended the state fair last week. F. W. Eakin made Tcbula a visit Saturday _ '• Coal for Sale. 3 Being overstocked, we ofier a lim ited quantity of fine coal for sale, at cost. FARMERS GIN CO. J. A 'Rogers. Mgr. R A Tste, of Bethtsda U'coevei j •••t" ii with cu A d'•-•UWr ttvf SaturuaV. Mat4J rtsi trw < f iii« ciigbfK^a bed S sub t f tbe bogs la 1iK nt!gbt» rb?*od aoi found one bill they lived 1 bixu ho«?a, w igeiisg: j rounds each read? foi 19 tb»t a laige i Bro'KitJfl m li»'<* ta-i he<;e sadfc* aliuDdstce of ■ < Lift "high <' • 1 - 1 f . 1 li> r .Bt< 1*11 fiaz-* (Lem much And it *h£ti d no; |o it concert a ny ' > .ivioq on * f»rm< f tbi», ireM-cta •s te b it" «/ Al»" - a: any wit-re within tfci COOluit' G'.'ii fjvurtd i-Uls Miss Jrs«ie - I Aconn. visit- j ed fiico'iH in t»e c.,v Saturdnv A G Roger* wmt to T 'bom Hator -.lav Vi i:i • t hi*i .. er. ' - Inn. wtc vc»?f mcfcieg st Ttomrwn. bat, who was I'l K ilyiwtiiM M«<iti wi[U __ "That (T ois eo'ugw quick h and cur .a ?olds i- Filey's B-Wiey and Tar Com . round. M'b Amu PeI«or, Sfi2fi Jfctto' son St.. S'utfc Oribli*. N*b . savs: "I Foley's Honey uniiTar; i'• tnr< no ) #» * »'re tnate |or cnmrM | and colts can reeC'ii , If cn «d I»y L* iKhter of a ! lad cold arum? -teiirj Mrs B n-j hoc, cured nersell aou f uni lv witu Fi ley * honey a.i-xMar tom-1 poutind. Evervc ie in cut neiabboi-j honrl greaks Fiubly of it. " For ,ial« by B. a. Beall. I Ki Harrington, if Goodin*! 1 , note! turning the (tita fair visitors at Jackson last wfol. Rev. W. E Farr, of Durant, has ac cepted tbe pastortte of ( iiorch at Columbia. Miss. It 1 worth $d.0fi to vou to rear! our rt'sement ii thm paper, So don'i .l-ib 't. ' A Tate, H. M VV." li tbe Baptist b>„v.,„i, t r Tm *• 1 * ", „ ' .. )lir i > 1 '- - 4 * tBt H " da ; t ' J,ed va 0 bllsv 1,18,18 Saturday Seven hundred bales of cotton burned at Goodman last week. yours insured? Ring: Jno. Dyson . and insure yours NOW. .. S w |f. Kbyne. Eoime't Rhyne, J. R J Beall H irtiwirB Co. Tiylor, J H t»\ Eubank and Q LV Boll, of tue Bow liriK Green neitibbuthood, were in tbe citv Saturday. James Rogers visiied the state fair at Jackson last week. There is little danger from a cold or from an attack of tbe Blip except when followed by pneumonia, and this never i appt-ns when Cbaaib«ibs*in's Congb Remedy is used has won its g;eat reputation and ex teriMva sate bv its remarkable curia of colds ar.o grip and can be relied updo with implicit conff iance. For sale ny -Swinney iSr nimler. E H Stone and Monroe Roach went to JVckson Sutuiday niebt to atteuu the state fair The Spatks Circus gave two perfor mances note Friday to latge crowds It is a good, clean show, devoid of any objectionable teatnres We want vou to call at our store during our Majestic. Pemopstraiiin Week, November 13 to IB, ana get a Souvenir Set of Majestic Ware, Beall Hardware Co. Prof ", David Sander m i*se Fm^pa McLedti, Miss Bantu • ) TMcb*M't dlisM Asie'Hicks and M.*« •'vgai wept! to Jack«on Saturday moii icg in fctel GiL ham's auto, retnrnin,;, that night. This rem- dy Balked at Colti Itnf ''I wouldn't) let a docior cut my foot oft, " said H. D. Ely, BaDtam, Ohio, ''altocugh a horrible ulcer bau been the plague of my life for four years Instead I used Bucklen'a Arni ca Halve, and my foot was soon com Heals Burns, Boils, Bruises, Eczema. Pimplrs, Surest Pile cure 25c at B 8. Dietely cured. " Sores, Corns. Beall's A. R. Harvey went to Jackson Satur day to see tbe sights at the state fair. S. J. Ellington, of Bowling Green, made Lexington a visit Saturday.^ J. Y. Rainer, of Hopewell, visited Lexington Saturday. Fop Sale. AU^colors of chrysanthemums for sale. Apply to Mis. N. F. Guess, Du ant Buy a range with a reputation, and take advantage of our Free OBer dur ing our Demonstration Week, Novem ber 13 to 18. Come in and let us show you. Beall Haidware Co. Harman Levy, court stenographer, came over from IndianoliTMonday for a two weeks' stay lat heme, .when court opens at Greenwood. W. A.Abel, of Eulogy, was hereMon day on a business visit. A regular home table at Baughn'e Restaurant. Best of service, only 25c the meal. Next to Advertiser office. Dr. J. A. McCarley. J. F Byrd, W. P. Hammett and B, W. Moore were'.amoug tbeVisitots to the state fair last wek Ready, Always Ready OLD E il Wants to tell all his friends and patrons tha 1 . he is At the Same old place Still in the Ring In the Same old way And wants to see them a!! agin at the "Little G'n down in the Hoi'low" when they have any cotton to gin. The Farmers Gin Co. J. A. ROGERS, Manager. CAUSES MUCH DISEASE , . , ()o no - neubet indigestion which nay le.td H all sorts of ilia and corn plicattui a An eminent pbvsu lan U!jUM sa „, , Dtt t oinetv-tive p-r cent of ills of im hu i an ujr orjgill iD a U j, r , )u . tl j 0lir rX i.eiiebCv• a- t' ii< s .11 »Jy->»>ep si a Tablet* leads m to believe tue u to be a morn tie mo*t lieprndab.o ie rnedies known for to r ii f of Bestiou and chronic d\Hpeosia. "' >l r ingreoia.'ta aie sootbinnn and hwaliny tithe inflamed membrances of ice Tbev are rich in pepsin, of ibe sreatfst ',diaestive aids Tbe relief they Tbeir use witb f jr a suuri cessation Advice About Stomach Troubles and How to Relieve Them. stomach, uno known to medicine, atli rd's v< ry prompt, persistency and ifgol.uity time tends to brifg about a of tbe tai a causal bv stomach cl iso r ders ■ Rexail Dyspepsia T'ablets help to in - ; sure healthy app; tite, (o aid digestion, • and thi s promi te nutiition. As evi- ; dence oi out sincere faith in Rr sail Dyspepsia Tablets, ve as ? you to tiy them at our risk. IE they do not giv© you entire SHtisfHCtiou, W6 will return you the men v you paid u® fur formality Drives thorn, without question or They ooir.a in three sizes, cents, 50 cects and $1.00 Remember, obtain them onlv at our store — Th« Rexall Store Drug Store. __ 25 you can The B a. Beall Join flift IntornatiMial Press Bible (location Olub.j a f-reacier wad''a •KToat ttbortef, for i n milter what the 'act i f hss sero.on, bo always woo so up with a fervid exhortation fer instant compliance on the part "of Tbe preseet writer wish bis bearers -j he had t ! e power to ellectually ex bort all tbe readers ot the Advertiser to joia tbe International Bible Ques tion Club No matter whether you sre old or young. Protestant on Catho lic. tr an outsider, it will be an Bnite I enefit to you to read and nondei the Suggestive Questions on the Sun day School Lesson, this paper,reading them in connection with the Intel national Sunday School Lesson bodv .they are as varied as is human experienoe, and while they "teach no thing direct, they draw from every reader the best that is in him They teach more by suggestion than is pos sible by direct teaching or dogma. Try them for yourself. S'cu bccorao a member of our Local Club by commencing this course of reading with our issue for October 0 and cutting a coupon out of this pa rer each week, from that time up to 52 weeks, ceitifyiug that the reading has been done There are five solid gold modals, five 8ierling silver medals, five teach Bibles, and thirty^ five valuable books to be given away las prizes, to our class of papers as previously ex plained. to those who send in tbe^most coupons out of tbe 52 to be broken bv the best answers to tbe five qutsiioEs that are to be an swered in writiug. Tou will need the Advertiser for vourselt or a friend. Ose tbe attached coupon for vour sub scription _ es » in I now running in These questions grip every si i The ties are Black Hawk Endorses Rum-a-tic. Mr. Marshall Gadberry. who lives near Black Hawk, Miss., savs: "That he has been entirely relieved of kidney troubles and rheumatism bv taking Alexander's Saunders, a colored woman, who lives Mr. Gadberrv's place, was also cured of rheumatism. She was scrip pled and seemed to he in a hopeless condition but RUM-A-TIC straight ened her out. For sale at all drug stores at 50c and $1.00 per bettle. or bv J M Alexander Drug Co., Lex ington, Miss. __ Betsey RUM-A-TIC." on Mingo, Ambrose and Averhart Issue Call for the Colored Fair To the Public : A colored fair will be held at Lex iogton November 17 and 18 to show what our people have accomplished in an industrial wav. We ask that our preachers, teachers and ft tends see to it that each community has on exhibi tion its beet agricultural products and live stock. Let tbe women exhibit their floe needle work and other things fa tbeir line We desire to hold a clean, high claaa exhibition that will put new life into tbe whole county. D. W. AMBROSE. President; M. C. AVERHART, Secretary; P L. MINGO. General Manager. i For oougbing, dryness and tickling in tbe throat, "boatrieneae and all cough* and colds, take Foley'e Honev and Tar Compound Contains no I opiate*- Sold by a B. Beall. Grocery Reputation My line of Fresh Groceries con tinue to please old customers and make friends every day. There is a reason. It is a simple one and you can learn why by trading at my place. BANANA HEADQUARTERS Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Choice Hams and Breakfast Bacon, Pure Pork Sausage Hot Peanuts Every Cay. Only Store in Town Handling Cartridges. ' I P. L. VINSON, Prompt Delivery Phone No. 10 Goods of Quality. f » I Experienced Undertaker Licensed Embalmer 4 (] I have engaged ah Undertaker and Licensed Embalmei and have just received an elegant New Funeral Wagon, and will deliver work to any part of the county. f] Have a full line of Coffins, Caskets'and Burial Robes, etc. Mv undertaker, Mr, James A. Ross, of Memphis has an experience »f over 20 years and thoroughly understands the work. q Every detail looked after promptly; Day or Night. I guarantee satisfac tion both in service and price. EM.RAYNER, Night Phone m or 162 Lexington, Miss. D*y Pboni t90. j l EvSry D ay a Bargain Day at F. J. CASEY'S STORE Dealer in Hardware, General Merchandise, Wagon and Carriage Material, Rims, Spekes, Axles, Tongues, Hounds, Shafts, Poles, Singletrees, etc., Dashes, Carriage Paint. Horse and Male 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 Fve, Ten and Ffteen Cent Counter are just running over with Bargains, both useful and necessary for the home. Call and inspect my goods whether you buy or not as "seeing is believing.'' Gome, make the tost. ... > THE CASEY BRICK BLOCK.