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inio und un fa Lee's Mr. try have yarn is not to .« state m"8t OVER THE COUNTY TOLARVILLE. Gee, how cold it is thi* morning Wiib Mr Cold would go buss and •end hi* brothei. Mr Rum. to see us School i* progressing uuelv : all we need is waicr wood and more stu dents. Prof Pfict? scent Tu sdav night wi'h Di A M Politic* Miss N ica Shuttle w rth has been sick for ibs ti.t*t few u#v», but glad to sav she is back n school now. Mr and Mrs M W Parrish and fam ily were 8?cn out diiving in tbtir au to Tuesdav < vet'ing. Mr Ghrence Wallis was a Mondav visitor ct ^ur school. Prof Owen called at Mr Robertson's Sstmdav night tion Prof? Ur A M Phillips passed through beie one day this week enruiile to his plantation id the neltu Mr and Mrs Hines and Miss Baker attended the fair at Jackson Monday and Tuesday tetter this tear than ever before Houston Pi ice spent Alocdav eight with Carl Fairish. W J Arnold and daughter, Zelrna, wire on the sick list this week, but both are up at this writing Mr and Mrs Guv Malone were out at prayer meeting Sunday night. Quito an interesting prosiatn was rendered at prayer meeting Sunday night Our program bids fair to be even more interesting next Sunday sight Our subject is "Lave '' Eve rybody are cordially invited Will Pierce is moving i < his new place of resilience near 1 exingtoa Mrs B Noble was in town Monday evening. Rev Lott, our Baptist preacher, pioacbed here Sunday at 11:00 a :n Mr and Mrs OE Shutlleworth and babies were visitors at Mr W L Smith's Sundae. Miss Belle Dickerson spent Monday night with Miss Alice Kinney Mrs Emma Gerrard passed through our town Wednesday morning Nows is scarce and mv band almost numb, so with best wishes to the Ad vertiser and ''our friends," we are TWIN SISTERS. VVbut is ttm ut'.iac is aume iny, 2 day tbe me t Mr Hints save it is WEST. Mr. and Mrs. McPbersoo were in West last week. Mr. and Mrs M. S. £• era went to Lexington Bundav. Mr*. Philip, ot Vaideo, ftp "it* Wed nesday with Mrs. j.. P. L jA Mrs. A. J Stevens spent a short while in Durant last week. Mias Annie Alexander and Eatle visited .relatives nere Saturday and Bundav. Mrs John Howard, of Durant, vis ited Captain Alexander and family Sunday. Mias Nellie Britteri spent a part of last week with home folks Vernon Holraes^was here Wendesdav Mr. and Mrs Ulric Alexander have a baby girl in tbeir.bome Mrs. M. S Rogers visited relatives in Durant Sunday. Those ftom West who attended tbe fair at Jackson were; Mrs H. A. Moore. Misses Annie and Olivia Cress, Nellie Crowder, Dr and Mrs. W G Brock, Will Wiight. Marion Rogers, EIod Ellis, C E. White, Dr. J 8. Rosamond, Rev. VV. F. Rogers, Amos Rogers, Mr anil Mrs R. A. Cross. Prof. Fred Adanus went to Duraot Saturday. Miss Willie McMillan and Mr. Sorole?, of Attala, were married Sun dav aftei noun at her home. Mi. Jonie Holmes, Tressie May and Malcoin went to Vaiden Sundav after noon. Mns Inez Weeks was in West Hotur Yours, D D. day. ACONA AND EMORY. Rsv Walter Johnson preached to the He left for people of Acima Hunday. home today after spending several weeks at the bedside of his fatbei, Col J M Johnson. Dr W T Johnson and family, of Greenwood, passed through Acona Hunday enroute to Jackson where they wlil attend tbe state fair. Mr aud Mrs Jesse H Walton with little Katherine and Misses Mary and Lillie Hteele. Mr and Mrs J D Walton went to Lexington Monday. Mr and Mrs H E White, of Lexing ton, were gue«ts of J D Walton dun day. Mrs H R Lee and daughter, Mias Ada, left Saturday for Jackson, New Orleans and other points. Gladvs Newman spent Monday night with Knturah Bailey. The Hunday visitors at W $ Booth's weie: Misses Rosa McRae, ?Susie Mondav and Luda Bailey: Mesdame* E L Chatham ana R E Johnson; Messrs Vol Bailey, Dee Reynolds und Glower Johnson. Mrs Ab Reeves, Grandmother Dow ner and Mrs Aggie Hill spent Monday with Mrs John Eads. Tbe new school house at Err.ory is almost completed. B W Walton and family and A £ Johnson were at Mr Ab Keves' Hundsy Bob Eads went to .lackion Monday Mi and Mrs J W Bell and Mrs E Chatham dined at R E Jobnsm's Tuesday. Mr Lonnie Jordan brongnt Mes dames Jordan. Albert Moore and Vol Johnson out to Mrs J D Walton's Womens Secrets There is one man in ihe United States who bas perhaps heard more women's secrets than any other man or woman in the * country. These secrets are not secrets of 4 fu.lt shame, •»"* W the secrets of suffering and they have been confided to Dr. R V. Piecce in the hope and expectation of advice and help. That few of these women have been disappointed in their ex pectations is proved by the fact that ninety-eight per cent, o Ml women treated by Dr. Pierce have been absolutely and altogether cured. Such a record would be remarkable if the cases treated were numbered by hundreds only. Out vihen that record applies to the treatment e.f more than halt-a- rat - lion women, in a practice of over 40 years, it is phenomenal, and entitles Dr. Pierce to the gratitude accorded him by women, as specialists in the treatment of women's diseases. . . . Every sick woman may consult I)r. t icree hy letter, absolutely charge/ All replies are mailed, sealed iu perfectly plain envelopes, w.thoul any printing or advertising whatever, upon them. .Vrite w"bout fear as ">ff> out fee, to World's Dispensary Medical Assoctatma, D. . P-. > . Pi-rte, Prcst., Buffalo, N. Y. DR. PIURCFJS FAVORITE PRESCRIPTION the first of iMLaUcs WcaU Women Strong, aiolt UV oixion_W«U| Toe^lav in hi* Mr They will visit S con# for atferal lh . B.ru ti> Mr and Mu Lawrence Octoher 29 a ajn. I» t MiiJ m Warner, Walter Bock i<ni Mi* Annie Booth® are on tie *icU l'at inio week. I W* am informed that ham B.'l-t; . und Dr Joe Alexander leave tonuirow ^j un their tiip to Fluiida Mr and Mrs Kennon B»il*V 8 u Bailer, and U E Buck attended toe j fa r at JiCKaon. „ Mr ami Mrs J A Gill were at !S K . ^ Lee's Sunday. ZENWBlt. ! , LIBERTY CHAPEL. wr Mr. Editor, utur a long vacation I'll try to cc.ne bgaiu with my Rule hud getoudge news. The farmers cf this community fin have about wound up the little hall of cm yarn Shve the '1 sees making and that is only a short job thou if it were not for the bird law would bo reouy to look afttr Mr. Bob White. Mis .« rs. A B. Hester and Mrs Lela yi Edw..r s, cf Elli. tt Hill, Visited the f , state fair the past week and report a m"8t enj vable time. Now. Tube, don't think you! ebum wht-p - ing and by set is the only one that bas tateia aume of oui neigbbots have hog. hom iny, pianuis and tati-rs to spare. Listen! good news—tho biidse at Jones Glossing is neanng completion 2 Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hale atteui.ed "ivine service at Lexington Bucday aftei noon. Miss Nola Warner was guest of the day night. Sell Hamrick leftSunday morning fui tbe fait at Jackson. George and little M<ss Maude Alexander spent Friday after noon and Saturday with their granu parents. Mr. and Mrs J W DeLoach. Miss Allie Gene Lyon visited her churn Miss Dofa Sheppard. Saturday i and Sundav. the latter returning with me former Miss Nina Everett spent tbe past week very pleasantly with her aunt, airs. J. T. Broome. Mrs. W D. Ford and little ones spent Sunday very nleasmtly with Mrs J. B. Hamrick. Mrs. V. Dent is spending a few days at W R Broome's, assisting in nursing his mother who has been quite ill tor several days. We aie glad to say she is imptoving Miss Mattie Hester is spending this week with lelatives in Lexington. Miss Bettie Lyon spent a few pleas ant cava with home tolas tbe past week. While at home she visited her sister Miss Bailie Camp, who is at tending tbe Goodman High Bcbool Mr. and Mrs J. W. DtLoach called on Grandma Broome a sboit while Sunday afternoon. Our school is progressing nicelv under tbe suiiervisioo of our efficient t -achar. Miss Pet Rogers Both teach er and pupila have bsen quite nusy at noon and xecesa in the little flowei yard the past week. Mrs Rath Wilson and little daugh ter, Nellie, were pleasant visitors at Mrs. W. F. Williams' recently. Bello I paitner, vou ought to be with me tonight; it's kinder lonesome writing .when everyone is snoozing and the screech owls are hollowering like they aie fre'z eez-eatiog, .ind besides two beads are better lhao one. Mrs Huffman and Miss Sallie Willi ams called on Grandma Broome Fri day afternoon. the prized Misses Hamrick Satur Miss Warner and Miss Ma-ttr Missts Annin Hamrick and Elrna Iogold are abaont from school this week, being victims of chills Miss Bertha Sharpe Hundayed with the Misses Everett Mi. Oscar Ingold visited home folks tbe past week. I am tbe same MARY JANE MACEDONIA. Tbe beautiful summet has passed; November with its chilly winds and Jack Frost is with us again, and pool little Forget-mo-nut is almost, afiaid to venture out J A McCorkle and Julian Johnson visited tbe county capital recently and had the pleasure of seeing some tine chickens and bogs and several things of interest. Mr and Mts Preston Durham and sweet little daughter called at J A McCorkle's Saturday afternoon. Mis George Hproles and son and Misa Kate Bproles. of Texas, visited Mr. and Mts W B Sprolea Hunday. Mrs J A McCorkle waa called to the bedside of hor little grandson, Jim mie Guv Bichardson, last Thursday. The little fellow was Quite sick but am pleased to say he is somewhat im proved Julian Johnson, of Durant, visited his uncle at Macedonia a tew days past Mis J A McCorkle and daughter, Harsh, did shopping in Durant last week. Mrs W B Hproles and charming Miss Beulah B called at Mr Will Troxler's to sue the side last Thutsdav. Mr and Mrs R H Holmes visited tbe home folks at Macedonia Hunday. Walter Durham made a flying trip to Central on a little business a few days past Was it on business, W? Oar praver meeting was a failure Hunday evening Now everybody come and let's have a good meeting from now on. Everybody romember we have preaching every first Sunday, und would be glad to have evervbcdy come Venerable and Herbert Sproles en joyed a jollv visit at J A McCorkle s is £ E - S d K o ki ipeoi Sa.utva? imbt ami Sum.; fur* g#n lv „., |b Ml , rowu **, I» t ,. fc i,„ XiUia a Jo»ca calln at J A Mo .*»■*■ ni.'g Messr* fci'illman and . , b Kr# , ^ UKllUl . Mable. at ®.<Ue ^j ue il#i , t u 0 „ nao Hutua,. . MraidUaJhn Durbjm pud a ri»li*btful visit to Mi auu Mrs J M dav j) • W laon ao.l Fie inga,. I Uu act. ^ g c .„u t0 ^ tbe sick -t Mr *ili Trexle '» Tu -a*v. el o t. Man McL'uikla who u veiy ill ai tni* wr „ lB| j. Tier* i» lo s of sickness arotind Ma cedoi; a, eveiyhodv having ci ills Miss * lli« M-Gorki® a« MM con fin it t > btr loom fo s-veral n*v* with cm 11* but glau to say she is up M s W B Spiel -a made us a call this aft-rooon The w>iter r.qoess that Mi and Mis Banks Upshaw gne the bands me yi M8ter Up-iia* a heirtv handshake f , r brr . FJRGETMKNoT. i Bishop auj \ I 'IS lit t Is 1 HARLAND'S CREEK. The pent le nf fisDA' o'i Creek had - h, x nupuer for the purpose if pav ing for »n i ruao 'hev have purchased and culle tad a nice sura Tbn g od pnpie will have flBoiber basket supner and a cake to he sold,, by iwo v iris, to the highist hiioeij ext Fit av nigh*. The day before ik set apart tor working on the chuicb Every one ccino end bring tools to work with. Ron ember the dale ou Friday, the Srii of November, and the sapper the ni<ht sfier the work day. Miss Emma Dickatd ami Mrs. Ham mett 'callei on tbe Chun families also Mrs Georgo Abba i 0 j ThniPrtRV. R H Hocut is having chills this week. 09>'»r Abel cf Ybvoo'GHv was seen passing through here Bundav ^enrnute home. , .. Miss Lillian Abel and Mist K!lu May McLean called on Miss Nona HocntSunday Some of our people from here will attend tbe show. Home of tbe people fiom Tolarviile attended the box supper at Harland'n Creek Friday night We had a big frost Monday night There will be preaching at Harland's Creek next third Sunday at 10:30 Everybntly are invited to o'clock come, . , Success to tbe Advertise! and ita reatleie. SWEET SIXTEEN. CENTRaL point. As I have been absent for some time will trv and send tome news ibis we<k We are having some cool weather now and it is beginning to feel like wn t r time. ;Mi«s Bessie Frost.om popular teach er. went to Jackson Friday to the teachera*meating W H. Pierce was seen passing through Satuiday. Needham Brown visited Coxburg Sunday. Mr and Mrs. J. E Bartbcock made a flying trio to Lexington Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bra ily weie seen tn BroevR. Needham Brown was buu> to ward Coxburg Sunday. Mr and Mrs J. S. aarthwk went to Jackson Monday Tee frame, THE FAIRIEH COUNTY LINE. Cotton picking is almost a thing of the past in our vicinitv now, and 'lasses making is all the go. Mrs. Alice Browning spent Sundav with Mrs. Etba Thompson Mr. and Mrs. K B. White visited tbt ir daughter, Mrs. Walter McLelhn, Sunday. Mrs McBride and family were the guests of Mr and Mis. Jonn Farmer Sunrav. Albert Heffner and Robert McEollan accompanied little Annie LaurieWbite up home to see her parents Sunday Mrs Alford and daughter. Omega, spent Sundav afternoon with Mr and Mrs alomoe McCrary. Robert Tbrailkill. of West, called to aeo Miss Annie B Nixon Sunday ef t r icon and carried her driving Leonard Alford ate dinner with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Al ford, Bundav. The er*ertninrrent at Mr. Ham Me Craty's Friday night was enjoyed by A s all Mrs. Curinne Woods is very sick at this writing! We bore sbe will soon be restotei to oood health. Mr Hem McCrarv and family sprnt Saturday night at J L. Shines'. G E. Thompson wee accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Henrv flath cock. and Albert Biowning to Attala county^ Sundav They visited rela tives and Mr. Thompson brought bis sister Miss ThotnpsoB homo with him to live. WillioWoods was ur near the "Line" Sundav. With best wishes. MAUD FRANKLIN. Miss Mable Drennan has returned from a two months' stav in the delta Mrs Hugh S. Dale, of Pickens bas Liiten the guest ot relatives here. Mrs J. V Williams is attending tbe state fair at Jackson tbis^week. E. H. Shaddock, ot Lexington.came out to Franklin Monday. Mrs. John E. Drennan spent last week inLexington attending her small son. Billie, who was quits ill at the homo of bis sister. Mrs Motbersbed Mrs G. H. Love aod littleMiss Eli zabeth were the guests cf Pickens frieuds Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. G T Garnett, of Indianola, is visiting her sister, Mrs John Neelv Sample. Mrs H H. Dale and Miss Catherine Dale did shopping in Lexington Mon dav. Mi. and Mrs. Neii Drennan have returned to the "garden spot of the world" and will make their home in Franklin Mr M. W. Smith had buhines* in Lexington Wednesday. Quite a number of the Franklinites attended the stnte fair lust week. KATZBNJAMMEB kids WEST HILL. Wo sure are having some dry weatb tr this week Mi and Mrs W N Muir head and children, Wiley and Gertrude, spent Hunday at E I Russell a Mr and Mm Jim Morris returned [Continued on Page h ) ' WINTER TIME IS HERE i \ Wise prophets say the cominp winter wil be extremely severe. PREPARE KOR IT. We are r adv to make you comfortable from head to foot with are new and prices that will compare with the times. Will your interest if you will continue to give us your patronage. I goods that make it to y Men's and Ladies' Underwear, Men's Trous ers, Boys' Su ts andCoats at great reductions. O.l, gallon . 7 pkgs A. At H. Soda Lowest prices o:a all Staple and Fancy Grocenes and market price for Seed and Cotton. 5c 8c ■^Topel Domestic GoodlHose for Men, pair 1 Goodjl'Iore ior Ladies, pair f e iched Sheeting 10c 5c 25c 81c 221c Bf st 3-4 Bpd ed Domestic 5o 25c '^3 ar J Lenox Soap I hr*' jiltiOcll JltctCCLwOlc L EBENEZER, MISS + 0 j L<^>al Notices. | Petition for Pardon. To His Kxcellcncy. E. K. Noel, Governor ot the State ot Mississippi: Your petitioners respectfully state to your Excellency that Will Hhytie of Holmes County, Mississippi, was tried and convicted of murder at the September Term. lUtM. of the Circuit Court ot said County, of the murder of C. H Allen near Tehula in said County, that the evi - dence produced on trial of said cause was as follows: On the morning of April 25th, 1'iOH, the dead body of 0 H. Allen, a special agent of the Yaroo & Mississippi Valley Kallroad Company, was (ound near the railroad track in the rail road yards at Gwin. about one mile south of Tehula, with a pistol shot wound in tbe face, which eauaed his death Will Rhyne, who was also in the employ of said railroad company as a car repairer, and while making his round, in specting and repairing freight trains prepara tory to their departures discovered the body of said Allen and reported the same immediately to the roundhouse foreman, an inquest was held and the jury returned a verdict of deatli of Allen by a pistol Bhot in the hands of an un known person. Allen when found had a dark lantern In bis left hand and a pistol lying near his right hand whicn belonged to ttm. He was found near a work train occupied by a number of railroad hands: and one the hands a negro cook testified that he heard some loud talking near his train of cars about 4 o'clock in the morning, and on looking out of the door he saw a lantern flash and a little later heard a pistol shot, that he could not tell whether the men he saw were white or black nor who they were, that he told no one about woat he saw until after the body was found by other parties. The railroad round house foreman named Rollins, who had first stated Rhyne merely reported finding the dead S' : to him, oft.w' Is stated that Rhyne told den we * *o shoot him and that he ■u ,t fiiio self d- "• ise. Rollins waa Indicted Wn 1 i* liquor !. rtly thereafter and ran oil, »vit erv u *. ovtured In Memphis andre ti'i'n-d mUw tats of Mississippi, lodged In the i ot and was kept there until ho I .it. ' in nm oauae. whereupon the eases item very nol pressed. The defendant Kb cm denied klntng Allen, denied making any i n to KOUIns that lie had killed Allen Tb - reseu-:* snout all the material evidence brought out on trial. Your petitioners further state that accepting the evidence of the state as true, Will Rhyne had acted in self defense ami was guilty of no crime, and accepting as true Will Rhyne's evidence he had not killed Allen and consequently could be guilty of no offense, consequently the verdict of the jury was a great surprise to all who had followed the course of trial. Your petitioners further stile that Will Rhype has made a model prisoner, trusty'and guard on the state farm, but he is now broken in health, suffering from chronic troubles and forced to spend most of his time in the prison hospital, and his condition is constantly growing worse, and his only hope of recovery is in ob taining his liberty when he will be given treat ment by specialists and given such attention by his family as his condition requires Your peti tioners further state that they believe Will Rhyne has been sullieiently punished, for the evidence clearly establishes the fact that he had never known or seen Allen before, that they were perfect strangers, and that If he killed Allen at all It WHS in self-defense, us staled by witnesses for the prosecution. The premises considered, your petitioners earnestly pray that your Excellency will sec the way clear to grant this petition and restore Will Kbync to his fam ily and freedom. [SIGNATURES OMITTED.I Trustee's Sale. By virtue of the authority conferred ax nub stituted trustee in that certain deed of trust ex ecuted on the 21 st day of February. MHO, by Robert Rucsell and his wife, Mallnda Russell, to H. M. Jordan, trustee, to secure M. M. Rayner iu the payment of a certain Indebtedness there in mentioned, in the payment of which Indebt edness default has been made, and I bavin* been requested to foreclose the said deed of trust by said M M Rayner. will, on Saturday. November 4th. 1911. within legal hours on said day at the south door of the court house in the City of Lexington. Miss., ofifer for sale at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash the follow ing described land situated in Holmes County, Mississippi, to-wit: Two (2) acres of land off the remainder of that part of the e. 5 of e. 4 ol s. e. i of Section 2. T. 14. R. 2 east and being 10 acres more or less and lying east of the Lexing ton and Yazoo City road via Ebenczer, except one-half (4) acre off said north end of said par cel of land having been sold heretnfoie by Julia Ann Higgins to the Trustees of the Sweet Home Benevolent Society Witness my signature this October 11. 1911. H. H. U! ji> >R1- Substituted Trustee. Trustee's Sale. By virtue of th<- authority conferred on me as substituted trustee In that certain deed of tnnt executed on the xth day of January. 1910. by Isaac Williams and his wife. Peter D. Williams, to H. M. Jordan, trustee, to secure M M Rayner in the payment of a certain indebtedness there in mentioned. In the payment of which indebt edm ss default haR been made, and I having been requested to foreclose the said deed of trust by said M. M. Rayner. will, on Saturday. November 4th. 1911. within legal hours on said day. at the south door ol the court house irt the Gity of Lexington, Miss , oiler for sale at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash the follow ing described land situated in Holmes County, Mississippi, to wil: A certain lot oi parcel of land situated in tbe City of Lexington. Miss . and described as follows, to-wit: Lot No. 22 of the Tackett & Lundy Subdivision in the City of Lexington, Holmes County. State of Mississip pi: being the same land conveyed to tbe grant ors by W, E. Moore December 11.1909 Witness my signature this October 11 1911. H. H. ELMORE. Substituted Trustee. Chancery Summons. No. 1942. State of Mississippi—To Arch John son: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court. County of Holmes. In said State, on the fourth Monday of November. 1911. to defend the suit in said court of Ora Johnson, wherein you are a defendant. This the 2nd day of November. A I) 1911. BARHAM WILLIAMS. Clerk. By .1 P. WILLIAMS. D. 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Personal Instruction, Free Employ ment Department, Complete College Hunk, College Store and WholeaaM* Office*. No miKrcpresentntlona to aeaurc ato> dent*. Through the sttccei* oilte 2X000 former stndent*. Route College la recognUed everywhere as a Wide Awake, Practical, Popular and 8Mb cessfol School YOU.R, r to. GEO. SOULE * SON*. Petition for Pardon. To His Excellency. Governor K. h Noel Your petitioners, citizens and residents of Holmes County, Mississippi, most respectfully state that John M Diggs, a citizen and resident of Holmes Comity, Mississippi, who at the March Term. 1910, of Circuit Court of said coun ty plead guilty to manslaughter, having been previously Indicted at September Term. J909 m said eourt and was sentenced to the peniten tiary lor * term of three years Your petition er* further state that there were no eye wit nesses to the killing, but the deceased, before her death, made a dying declaration iu which she stated that she d>.| uotknow i.nu she hap pened to get ►lim t. it it .f-m accidental, and that she did lux w .ut anything done about the matter. The defendant explained how the shooting occurred and that it was an accident, the deceased hud the plsto! and handed It to defendant who in taking hold of It must have placed his hand upon the trigger, the pistol being a double-action or seif-eoeklng pistol, was discharged. Your petitioners further state that defendant has made a model prisoner and has been more than punished for ids part in the dls -1 tressing tragedy,and they believe that)defeiidant will hereafter prove a valuable citizen of Holmes County and they earnestlo pray that defendant be pardoned and restored to his citizenship. I SIGNATURES OMITTED. I Cbancery Summons. No. 1982. State of Mississippi — To Ethel L. Williams: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Holmes. In said State, on the fourth Monday of November, A. I), 1911, to defend the suit in said Court of J. P Williams, wherein you are defendant This the 18th day of October. A. I). 1911. PARHAM WILLIAMS. Chancery Clerk Petition for Pardon. To His Excellency, the Honorable K. E. Noel. Governor We the undersigned citizens of Holmes Coun ty. Mississippi, respectfully represent that at the March Term of t ircuit Court of said County in i90s, Louis Lott. Jr , was sentenced to five years In fhe penitentiary for manslaughter. We are convinced that the killing was purely acci dental and respectfully petition Yonr Honor to grant unto him a full and complete pardon. Said Lott lias made a good prisoner and has served over two-tbirds of his sentence. [NAMES OMITTED.) Chancery Summons. No. 19:13. State of Mississippi—To 8. B. Miller and M. Shellabarger: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Holmes, in said state, on the fourth Monday of November. A. D. 1911 to defend the suit in said eourt of George W. Niles, wherein you are a defendant. This the 18th day of October, A. D, 1911. PARHAM WILLIAMS, Chancery Clerk. By J. P. WILLIAMS. I). C. Boothe 4 Pepper, Sols. Dead of Trust Sale. By virtue of the authority conferred on me as trustee in that certain deed of trust executed ou the fourth day of March, 190b, by John f. Red mond. Hr., to secure a certain Indebtedness therein mentioned due Shaddock Durden, said deed ol trust being recorded In Book is of Trust Deeds on page 580 of the Records of Holmes County. Mississippi, and whereas, dc fault has been made in ihe payment of said in debtedness, I, ut tbe request of said beneficiary, will, on November 20th. 1911. offer for sale aud sell for cash, to the highest bidder at the court house In Lexington. Holmes County. Mississip pi. within legal hours, the following described laud situated in Holmes County. Mississippi, to wit: W. 4 s, w. 1, Section 8. Township 14. Range 8 east, s. c. 4 of s, ts. 4 less 10 acres. Section 7 Township 14. Range 8 east, w. 4 of s. e. i and 20 acres In w. 4 of n. e. 4. Her. 18, and 12 ac. in e. 4 ol n. w. J, Section 18. all in Township If. Range 8 east, and e. 4 of s. e. 4 of Section 18 and Id acres off of west side n. w 4 of s. w. 4, Section 10. Township It: Range 8 east. I w ill only sell such title as is vested In me as trustee. Witness my signature this the 28th day of Oe T. L. BARBOUR. Trustee tober, 1911. Citation to File Final AcOOUnt. Boothe A Pepper. Attorneys. State of Mississippi—To J. W. Sargent and A. O. McKennon. executors of the will of J. M. Sargent, deceased, Columbia. Maury Coun ty, Tennessee: You aie hereby commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of Holmes County, State of Mississippi.at the eourt house thereof In the City of Lexington, at Rules on the 2nd Monday ot November, lull and then and there present and file your final account of your administration ot the estate of J. M. Sargent, deceased, so far as ft pertains to said County of Holmes and State of Mississippi. Witness my signature this the 12th day of Oc tober. 1911. BARHAM WILLIAMS. Chancery Clerk. Chancery Summons. No. 1940. State of Mississippi—To William Sal fold: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Conrtoi the County ot Holmes. In said State, on the fourth Monday oi Noqcmber, A. I) 1911, to defend the suit in said court of Leo la Saffokb wherein you are a defendant. This the 81st day of October. A. D. 1911. PARHAM WILLIAMS. Clerk. By J. P. WILLIAMS. D. C Boothe & Pepper, Sols Chancery Summons. No. 19:10. State of Mississippi — To Monroe Stroud: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Holmes, in said State, on the fourth Monday of November. A. D. 1911, to defend the suit in said court of Carrie Stroud, wherein you are defendant. This October lfith, 1911. PARHAM WILLIAMS, Clerk of the Chancery Court. H, H, Elmore, Attorney.