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IT / ] Vs*. y'JSa r | ' 1 uLf v / _ 3 of J of k \ of i u for all tastes and ah seasons, \nt at all prices. Our specialty is k f rinnrli "Rist-Fit" Gloves — U , ! . „j VP .rfised H the kind you see: « • H ventilatea tor » Washable // i if , of | i of | I i ers j j j mm Auto Gloves vv They re warm weather. . "Reindeere" leather. Come see them - •**■-;* Lipsey-Doty Co Exclusive Agents. RUB-MY-TISM "vVv'ill cure your Rheumatism ^r.uralgia, Headaches, Cramps, Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects Etc- Antiseptic Anodyne, used in ternally and externally. Price 25c. by out t , i Home Brevities J. H. Willis, Senator H. H. Casteel, Prof. W. K. Hunt and E. Atkinson motored up from Pickens through the mud yesterday, making the trip nearly on schedule time. Dr. B. A. Shepherd, Capt. J. V. Moore and A. A. Porter autoed to Sweetwater yesterday evening to see E. Moore, who we regret to learn. • is uUfabered with the sick. be j no la, to on K. E. Johnson, of Acona, and E. R. Robertson, fo Sweetwater, attended to business in Lexington yesterday. Prof. W. R. Hunt, Pickens, is a re cent addition to The Advertiser sub scription list. Morris Lewis was the guest today of L. Nicholson his delta plantation. Non! Drennan. of Franklin, visited Lexington Saturday. J G. Taylor, of Durant, attended to business in Lexington Saturday. 4i. W. Hagan, Greenwood, is subscriber to The Advertiser. J. B. Dickard, of Yazoo county, vis fid relates and friends here this week. Pat McDade is daily expected home •Cram his trip to Ireland. W.nle de layed by the war,he has safely reached the United States and is visiting rela tives in the East. Tho popular paftonh, Pictorial Review. Upsey-Dpty Co. W. M. Meek made a trip to Bee Lake this morning. Mrs. John Vandiver, of Vaiden, is ■visiting Mr apd Mrs. W P. Hammett, At Owens. / • Col. John A. Brown left this morn *ng on a visit to his aon, 0. B. Brown and family, at Monroe, La. W. B Richardson came down from West this morning. Hon. A. M. Pepper went over to the -delta this morning. The many friends throughout the county of G. T. Carter deeply regret to learn of his death which occurred at his home at Eulogy Wednesday morn ing at 5 o'clock. Funeral services were held at 11 o'clock yesterday, the interment taking place at Ebenezer. Mrs. H K Ginn and children, of Hiackmonton. are visiting Mrs. R. A. Povall this week. Among the visitors to the city this morning were noted: N. A. Reed, Howard; A . G Rogers, Ebenezer; Joe A Brown, Central ; M. Coviugton, -Coxburg. Alfred Norquist attended the funeral of the late G. T. Carter, at Ebenezer. yesterday. Eight Dollars worth of ware will be given away free with every Ma jestic Range sold at our Demon stration—one week only, August 31st to September 5th. Biggs Cross Hardware Co. Lewis 'Doty, of Kosciusko, was .Lexington visitor Tuesday. H. E. White returned Tuesday from Greenwood with his Ford car, just ac* j qUirea Harrison Baughn went to ltta Bena Tuesday on some auto "trouble." E. V. Ashley made a Dusiness trip to Durant Tuesday. Mr. ani Mrs.A. Bluminghurst. of St. Louis. are prized guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 1 ahlen. Mrs. C. C. Pahlen and baby visited Durant Tuesday. Miss Lillian Bailey left Tuesday for Letlore Station to visit her aunt. Mrs. S 4 Atkinson. " Miss Alice Rayner has returned af ter a summer outing oti the gulf coast. . a .. .. . , ■. , Mrs. R. A. Povall and children spent a pleasant day Friday at Wana£w. the country home of Mr. * Eggleston. Dr. Henderson writes from (.George* town, Ky., where he is spending his vacation with his wife and daughter, that he will bo at home lhursday, Sep tember 3. a new on this with that who ell, The tern. end and ited es a Cat at Stein s. H. Y. Waterer, of Yazoo City, visit ed Lexington yesterday. Mr. Scott, of Mendenhall, has been added to the force of the McBee En gine & Implement Co. M. J. Fonville, of Oregon, sojourned in the city Tuesday. A S. Rea went to Tchula Tuesday io install water works in the residence of Mrs. Fields, V. Reinhard, Dr. T.W. Foster and others. J. S. Swinney, of Bowling Green, made Lexington a visit on business Tuesday. 0. C. Swinnty authorizes The Ad-; vertiser to announce his candidacy for | the position of sheriff of Holmes coun-j ty, subject to the action of the Demo -1 cratic voters in the primary to be held 1 in August, 1915. Mr. Swinnev needs! introduction to the people of Holmes 1 county, being a native of the county ] anrl having been closely identified with) Its every interest and progress since j 1 reaching man's estate. He has been j tested in a public and official capacity, j / for several successive terms having most acceptably and efficiently filled j the position of superintendent of pub | _ lie instruction. He is a business man; 3 of marked ability, and makes a success J of whatever he undertakes, and that's | the kind of man that is wanted in pre j gent day officialdom. The dual 4 office of sheriff and tax collector requires the | superintendency of a man of good ex ecutive, administrative and clerical \nt all of which Mr. Swinney pos k nesses In a high degree. He is fur-j U termnre>a man 6f a most genial nispo H sition, courteous and accommodating, H treat , nK a jj alike, with the utmost f^ir » ne88 and consideration. All snow that i if e ] ec ted, Charley Swinney will con duct the office with an eye single to the public weal and the advancement , of the best interest of his beloved na j | tive county. R. S. Clark, of Sailis, bu' fornieriy 1 i of Durant, recently purchased 500 j acre* land iil Tippah county. | p. L. Mingo, colored, has been con I ducting a normal for the colored teach i ers for several weeks past, with a good j attendance. On Wednesday the public invited and able addresses made j in was by Gov. E. F. Noel and County Super intendent J. M. Kimbrough. B. W. Moore, of Durant, spent Wed nesday night in Lexington. Whenever You Need a General Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the well known tonic propertiesof QUININE and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. to E. 1. Doty advises us that he will be a candidate for supervisor from Dis trict No. 3, and that his formal an nouncement will appear in The Adver tiser at a later date. Hon. H. S. Hooker had two bales from his splendid Eastbank plantation j the market Saturday, but received no bids, pending tne settlement of the cotton situation. Mrs. Hassie Causey and children, of Durant, and Mrs. H. D Cox. of Tchu la, have returned from a pleasant trip to Memphis, where they have been visiting friends and relatives. Something for nothing is worth while — $8.00 worth of ware is worth your time to investigate. See our big ad in this paper. Biggs Cross Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs R; F. Smith left yes terday for Memthis, where they will make their home. W. G. Googin was over from Durant business errand yesterday. on to of to is at of A. ac* To grot the genuine, call lor full name, LAXA* ■yiVE BROMO UUININE. Look for signature of e. w. grove. Cures a cold in one Day. stops cough and heada che, sad work* o ff cold. .5c. to j don and Mrs. H. H. Elmore visited Durant relatives and friends the early St. part of the week. and Prof . w H. Smith and family moved this week from Durant to Jackson, the professor to assume his duties of state superintendent of education on Sep for tember 1. Johnston Mrs. Kav C. Brown of John on Station, has been visiting relatives and af friends in Holmes county his week^ J Hon. L. J. Albert, Jr., a prominent member of the St. Louis, Mo., bar, spent attended to professional business in the Lexington Monday. . ^ and Mrs. L A. Sims, of Ebe nezer, favored The Advertiser with a p| eagan j ca ]i Tuesday. his _. t Bte |n'a P ** *" IW ** Sep- U IITTU IIIIkill ^ KUTTYHUNK on a J H McNeer, of Bowling Green, called on Lexington friends yesterday. B. C, Farr, wh<>i is canvassing the county in the interest of a county fair this fall, states that he is meeting with sufficient encouragement to assure that a fair will be held. Miss Rowena Castle, of Cleveland, who has been visiting Miss Belle How ell, returned to her home Thursday, much to the regret of her many friends. ________ Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly The Old Standard general strengthening tonic, GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives out Malaria.enriches the blood,and builds upthesys* tern. A true tonic. For adults and children. 50c F. A. Howell is spending the week end with relatives and friends in Lex ington. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fincher. Jr . and baby are visiting relatives in Du rant. T L Barbour and E. H. Sample vis ited Clear Lake Saturday W. B. Lundy went over to Attala county Tuesday to inspect Rev. C. Z Berryhill's pecan grove 1). G. Pepper, Jr,, went to Cruger Tuesday to put in some finishing touch es on A. B. Archer's electric light plant. From there he went to Bir mingham, Ala., on a business trip. Pictorial Review patterns. Lip sey-Doty Co. Mr. and Mrs. T. W Smith returned Wednesday from a vsiit to their daugh ter, Mrs. J. H. Riedemann, at Citron el!e, Ala. Mrs. P. R. Outlaw, of Slidell, La., and Miss Pauline Motor, of Castalian Springs, were prized guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hal A. Gilliam Tuesday S W. Ellis, of Edsville, exchanged greetings with his many friends here Wedne8day : _ Only One "BROMO QUININE" a visit been En T.W. Green, 5*5: , The FINEST BLUE made V • *ra S'Sf' C. You get more for your Bh money because you Mvt the cost of ; useless boxes, Stc., to hold 1L j . Ml Diamond* McDonnili O Co.. Mrs., SHIUStLSHia - FOR SUE IT AU SMI BtttCftS o o Mk | ^ H -1 J 1 j j j j | | j | j 1 j I Carload Old Reliable ames & Craham W agons Not Coming-Bat Neie J No flaws about this Wagon; it must be as recommended, or your money back. Get our prices. FURNITURE. HARDWARE. THIS department is more complete if possible than ever. Buying in car lots, of course affords the opportunity of sell ing at a lower margin than the small dealer. Our Malleable Steel Ranges still enjoy the prestige of being "at the bead. All improvements that have been sug gested have been made—and no buyer can make a mistake in selecting the Malleable. OUR buyer har recently returned from the leading factories, and following him is the largest and best selected stock of Furniture — all grades—ever exhibited in Central Mississippi. We are better pre pared to take care of our customers, aid and new, and will be glad to- have you bring your favorite catalogue along and compare prices. ► We are positive that all the necessities and necessaries in the Hardware and Furniture lines can be found at our store and equally sure that prices quoted will surprise and! wlease you; goods high-class, service prompt and satisfactory. I Hardware-Furniture Co. LEXINGTON, MISS. Phone 108 I I s O o % of To My Frieends in Holmes 'County: 1 wish I could half way express to >' ou l f he ^inTvmgm" the magni 1 f, cen J vo te that y ou dHi on the 18lh j canno t. 1 can only say I am • tefu , thankful and deligthed, ^ wjll never f orKe t you. The people have done their part ' and \ 9hal ! do on mine lQ prove my gratltu(Je and ap . and Dreciation \ 8ha ll dedicate and devote who ] e time and attention to the 8erv i ct > 0 f the people, and a faithful, honest and conscientious administration in "f the affairs of the office to which jL havJ elected me. Again thanking you for your votes, a your help, your kindness and your hos pitality, I am Your most humble servant, ALBERT Y. WOODWARD. Louisville, Miss., August 22, 1914. dan J. W. J. G. ell. K. W. J. J. I. C. E. T. J. A Good Watch is a Trusty Servant A poor watch is worse than none. It is not possible to buy a better watch than we sell. Have you ever experienced the satisladion of consulting your watch and of knowing for a certainty, that it is "on the dot. That satisfa&ion comes from watch that is a watch. owning a And really it is the only sort of watch we carry. interested in watches, If you are it is about time you were calling and let us explain further, the merits ot our watches to you personally. on us P. A. Lindholm Jeweler. Card of Gratitude. No Union Service. There will be no union service next Sunday night, owing to the absence of the pastor* of the churches co-opera ting. Rev. 0. Cleveland Kiser and Dr. H. G. Henderson are both away on vacations and Rev G. T Gillespie has a regular appointment to preach in Tchula on fifth Sundays. Tchula Presbyterian Church. Rev. G. T. Gillespie will preach at the Presbyterian church at Tchula next Sunday morning [and night. Every body cordially invited. 1 I . Jury List. First Week—-J. D. Causey, J. D. Truitt, W. A. Jones, L. 0. Spell. Jor dan Bailey. 0. L. Lundy, W F. Gil more, H. H. Wynn, M. I. Eagin, T J. Bogue, J Harvey Roach, J T. Par kinson, B. W. Humphrey, G. D. Put nam, J. A. Wherry, H. L. Nichols, B. W. Moore, J. E Chisoltn, D. C. Brown, H. A. Mercer. Peter Ingold, J. D. Aotrv, J. C. Edwards, N. A Divine, Ira Jones, M. J Evans, J. W. Boyett, J. S. Abies B. J. Wallace, Ti G. Jordan, H. H. Jordan, C. E. How ell. IL C. Burton, Philip Liberto, R. K. Jones.JJr., W. A. Brown, J. T. Smith, L. A. McDermott, W. R. Car son. P. S. Baker, James W. Porter, W. C. Moss, J E. Brown, R. 0. Hartheock, G. S. Doyle, Dalton Mc Bee, Claude Ames, J. P. Overstreet, J. D. Wigley, Roy Amaker. Second Week—Phil Henrich, E. D, Rayner. J. E. Maxwell, Stirling Lusk, J. P. Shackelford, Wilson latei E. M. Mcl.ellan, B. W. Strowd, S A. Killc brew, C. R. Woodward,R W. Downer, I. M. McNeer. J. G. Grantham,, T. H. Green, W. f Reynolds, T. W. James,. Jr., S. S. Godfrey, A, Ellington, J. W. Gage, W. V. Tyson, J. C. Boothe, T. C. Jackson, F. S. Kealhofer, H. D, Cowsert, W. T. Martin, R. T. Kille brew, T, L Eubanks, J. 0. Lanfair, E. L Brown, C. M. Davis. Third Week—J. V. Moore, J. E. Ham, G. E. Wilson, H. H. Harding, T. Y. Miller, J. S. Causey, J. IT. Shee hy, J. A. Rimmer, R. L. Barton, W. R. Terry, A. Flowers, J. L. Shine, T. J. Richards, H. H. Hartheock, JW. W. Crosby, A. S. Huntington, J. &Grace, W. V. Frost. R. L. Smith, Thomas Turner, A. R. Harvey, C. EX Brister. W. L. Ellis, C. 0. Brantley, W. J. O'Bryant, P A Lindholro, J. D Truitt, W. B. Thomas, B. C. Ray, R. J. Rhyne.___ Mr. and Mrs. W. N.* Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Max Whittington. Mr. A. A. Foinvlle, of Holcomb, Miss., and Pe ter Fonville.who spent about six weeks out on Blue river, near Belton, have returned here. They report a most delightful time. Plenty of fish were caught and one turtle weighing 6T pounds was caught on a hook and cap tured. They would like to know if any one else in the state ever caught tur tie that weighed more than this ore Peter Fonville became ill while on the trip and was brought to town for med ical attention. He is recovering nice ly.—Ardmore (Okl«.) Ardmoreite. The Wrong Glasses If your present Glasses fail to give you ease and com fort, there's somethin? wrong. Is it your Glasses or or your Eyes? Th.t'» t Vital Question With You. of in at . M. E. FRITZ Optometrist Office West Side Public Square. Lexington. Mias. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Day* Your drugipst will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Pdesin StoUdvs. The firat application gives Ease and Rest. 60c. J. 6T - » IMPORTANT NOTICE . Will the patty or parties holding policy of the Secur ity Insurance Company of New Haven, Connecticut, Numbered (2438* Please communicate promptly with the undersigned. Sam Herman, Agt. NOTICE To all Creditors of the Bank of Commerce of Lexington, Miss. This is to notify you if you have any claim against the Bank ot Commerce, Lexington, Mississippi, that you shall present said claim and make proof there of to the Bank Examiner at the Bank of Commerce Building on October 2nd* 1914. JNO. K. ARMSTRONG, Assistant State Bank Examiner.