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$8.00 Set of Granite and Copper Ware Special Demonstration and Sale $8.00 Set of Granite and Copper I Ware WITH EVERY MAJESTIC RANGE SOLD. FREE WITH EVERY MAJESTIC RANGE SOLD. FREE GREAT MAJESTIC RANGES ONE WEEK ONLY August 31st to September 5th ONE WEEK ONLY i i WIAJE5TIC-RANGE5ARE-WADEIMALL-5IZE5ako5TYLES CHILDREN SAVE $8.00 I UJOTIC . SOUVENIR 100 ianoo hoops free Tuesday, between 3 and 5 p. m MAJESTIC ial inducement during our demonstration week only MAJESTIC RANGE sold (prices always the handsome set of ware as illustrated A s a speci with every same) we give free one here. The first 100 boys and girls who present to THE MAJESTIC RANGE SALESMAN at our store, between 3 and 5 p. m. TUESDAY, writt9n answers to the following questions, will receive a "TANGO HOOP Souvenir" FREE 1— What range is your mother now using? 2— Do. you know anyone needing a new range? Who? 3— Why should the GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE be in every kitchen?. Not a is the best of its kind. Every piece of this ware piece that is not needed in every kitchen. It cannot possib y be bought for less than $3.00. This ware is on exhibition at DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT. P [Cgg] Ksa .A, £5g] our store. m Wcsfi BSE Which Shall It Be? $1.00 ARTICLE FREE D O YOU intend to continue laboring, burning valuable fuel ami destroying high-priced food with that old worn cook stove? • You KNOW that old stove eat up a lot of fuel each year. You KNOW you have trouble in getting it to bake just right, in fact, spoil a batch of bread every once in a wbile vou know it costs considerable for yearly repairs. Stop and think and figure. Wouldn't it pay you to buy a good range—a range with a reputation. ONxtuj •IF DESIRED out The one giving neatest and best answer to the last question may select any $1.00 article from our stock, in addition to the SOUVENIR. Don't be discouraged if yon are not one of the 100 to get a Tango Hoop Souvenir. You will get a MAJESTIC PUZZLE CARD. Something for all the boys and girls. Don't fail to get one of these Tango Hoops. It's a new and wonderful toy—amuses the old as well as the young. Hoop dances forward, hesitates and returns to the operator. Children, it's great, and will be the talk of the town. Be sure to have your answers ready to hand in at our store TUESDAY AFTERNOON, between 3 and 5. They must be written answers—OTHERWISE YOU WILL NOT get a souvenir. ■h. ,ii HEAVY-rflPIRHLEIZED Fl/DCiiri^-PAH * 1 LAR^ErfCVER-BDRlI-UJIREQ I LRIPPinS-PflU: 2-5mfitl--NEVER I BURn-MREIY DRIPPING PA N5 ft /5==== ^2-5f(lALLtSRlPPnri5 II fa CAN-AL50-8E' U5E&-A5 ROT5TER maje^tuunever-kuru ■ yodrer- | 5TEAMER-VULLENDER •AND-bRAtnER'Ij HEAVY-5TArflPEIY IRON-ItlflRBLEIZED - KETTLE: 18 DZ-ALL-COPPER'TEA'KETTLE' I40Z-ALL-OOPPER-_ OOFFEEPOT y Hill! ' The m yj i RANGE ... THE GREAT MAJESTIC I Malleable and Charcoal Iron II j OU make no mistake in buying the GREAT MAJESTIC it's the range with THE REPUTATION— -ask yourneigh oors. Then, too, it's made just ri K ht a "^ o( the rlght kl " d f ( / material— MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON-nveted to- //// (rather practically air tight—lined with pure asbestos—parts being meltable can't break-haa a movable reservoir and an oven that doesn't warp—That's why the MAJEbTIL uses little fuel bakes just right every day in the year browns without turning), heats 15 gallons of cooking— properly handled lasts Y li w 4m m /~v , / All during this week a special demonstrar \ hp-r'-f/T / tor direct from the MAJESTIC FACTORY w j|] be g| a j to show you "ALL ABOUT RANGES'' —show you why the MAJESTIC is the best range on earth at any price. Come, If You Intend to Buy or Not EDUCATION lies in KNOWING THINGS—KNOW why the oven of a range is heated—KNOW how the water is heated— HOW the top Is heated--WHY the MAJESTIC uses so little ' fuel—KNOW how a range is made inside and outside. This education may serve you in the future. DON'T OVERLOOK, a chance to KNOW THINGS shown by one who knows. COME. MPMfe Va Ull* L»7 1 i 7// n ESS to - not SI TfJ-s-i Ifa ■ bread just right all over water while breakfast is , JESTIC^B 300 per cent stsonger than other ranges where most ranges are weakest. ft- l*V i aftUS i IS ?/•," :V\ Y) sv. 4we* r% m Special Invitation To You and Your Friends and Neighbors. Is a Don't Overlook the Date. This BIGGS-CROSS HARDWARE CO LEXINGTON, MISS. : Exclusive Hardware Dealers « ♦ and nice side Home Brevities Wills C. Coleman returned Wednes trip to Chicago day trom a business and other Northern cities. J. A. Stanstury has accepted a posi tion in the Hardware-Furniture Co s ed. Mrs. E. C. DeLong and two children returned Wednesday to Webb from a week's visit with friends in the city. j) Dr G. C Phillips, county health officer, went to Belmont State Farm Wednesday on an official inspection R. E. Wilburn looked after bis land ed interests at Cruger Wednesday. C B Alexander, of West, attended to business here Wednesday. We have just received the Picto rial Review patterns. Lipsey Doty Co. Mrs A E. Doty returned Saturday from a visit to relatives in Kentucky. j yy E a kjn, of Tolarville, spent Saturday in the county capital. w r Wallis returned from a sojourn mdnn Sunday * J. r. Bowman went <jver to hi, p,a„ tation on T azoo River Monday. W. W. Wynn went to Ihornton Mon day to do some surveying. J B. Williamson and Ol'ie William had business in store. Mrs. J. R for Sumner Matthews. Newsom left Wednesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. ! son, of McMillan's, Lexington Saturday W. J. Bailev and J. D. Walton, of Acona, were in Lexington Saturday on a business errand. Wa have already begun to buy speckled pea* in the hull. Just so they are dry enough to thresh right. McBee Lumber Co. Walton H. Williams left Sunday for Indianola, where he has accepted a po sition with the Indianola Drug Co. T. J.Trull has moved his family over from Cruger and they are now cosily domiciled in the Mrs. K. B. Johnson residence. __ Cosliv Treatment "I waa troubled with constipation and indigestion and spent hundreds of dollars for medicine and treatment, writes C. H. Hines, of Whitlow, Ark. "I went to a St. Louis hospital, also to a hospital in New Orleans, but no cure was effected. On returning home I began taking Chamberlain's ^ab'ets, and worked right along. I used them for some time and am now all right. Sold by All Dealers. J. Fred Rogers has completed his I contract of painting the court house j and surrounding fence and did a very nice and staisfactcry job ot it, both in side and out. About 11 years ago, Mr. Rogers repainted the dome of the court house, but the other port ons have not been repainted since the court house was built until now. The "temple of justice" bears a much im proved appearance since being repaint Will if $00 I ed. joe Wheeler Williams has accepted a position in Swinney & Stigler's drug store. E. M. Hooke spent Sunday within Ourant'a magnetic puilieus Mr an(J Mra L p Johnson visited j) urant relatives Sunday. We have boug ht the first speck ted poas | n the hull. We save you the threshing. They must be dry and sound. McBee Lumber Co. Little Louise Thomas and P. S. Tho mag j, returned home to Greenwood Sunday from a visit to their grand father. Capt W. H Faucloner. at Ebe nezer. Judge 0. F. Hosea made a business triplto Jenkinsville Monday, Capt. vv. H. Faulconer was up from Ebenezer Sunday. Miss Mattie Beard, who has been ve ry ill at the residence of M. A. Wilt shire, in Carroll county, the past two z T BauRhn and f am j| y in this cHy. of Abe Sheppard and E. Ingold, of Franklin, have been attending the Ne shoba County v air, at Philadelphia, this week. A complete line of kodaks and supplies. Peoples Drug Store. P. A. Johnson, with the Wells-Fargo Express Co. at Uvalde. Texas, visited relatives at Acona the past week. N. A. Reed, of Howard, made Lex ington a visit on business Saturday. Mrs. Josephus Moore and Pierson Eiron spent Sunday at Bowling Green as guests of Mrs. J. T. Ellif. Maj. J. M. Powers and E. 0. Doty went to St. Louis Sunday to make purchases of goods for their stores. T. J. Strowd was over from West Hill Saturday L. M. Wililams left Sunday for Ty ler, Texas, to resume his duties on the Cotton Belt route, after a short va cation spent in the home circle here. Education consists in knowing things—know how a rang* is made Inside and outside. Cali at our store during our Special Majestic Demonstration week of August 31st to Sapt 5th. Biggs-Cross ! Hardware Co. of no ny, and ing but Wait Paint or There are painters and waiters. Which am I going to do? Paint or wait? Which is better? How much am 1 worth with my pro perty waiting? How much if I paint? Will my hou«e be worth more or less if 1 paint? Say it costa $2 a gallon Devoe- I wouldn't paint any other- and $3 or $4 more for putting it on. That's $50 or $00 a 10-gallon job The money is gone house? Suppose I were selling: what should I get for that house fresh painted and what should I get for it needing-paint? I wonder why men paint before sell DEVOE Is it in the Is it all in the house? 1 mg! Biggs-Cro9s Hardware Co sells it. 3 Appreciative ana Appreciated. Lady Lake. Fla., August 19, 1914. The Lexington Advertiser : Gertlemen: -Having left my old home city on Sunday was the cause of my not calling on the dear old Adver tiser before my departure for Florida. I herewith enclose $1.00 for renewal of my home paper which I appre ciate so much. Wishing The Advertiser a glorious success. a Your permanent subscriber, B. H. BYRD. Mart and Buck Beard have gone to Fort Arthur, Texas, where they expect to make their home in the future. C. Sudbeck was over from Jenkins ville Sunday to attend services at St. Thomas Catholic church Mrs. P. S Tnomas, of Ebenezer, was the Sunday guest of her mother. Mrs. H. Hartje. Mrs. J. Moore and grandson, Pierson Erion, left Tuesday on a visit to rela tives at Merigold. J. T. Bailey, of Acona, went to Le flore county Saturday on a visit to his sister. Hon. J. D. Guyton, of Durant, visit ed Lexington Saturday on professional business. . Remarkable Cure of Dysentery, "1 was attacked with dysentery about July 15, and used the doctor's medicine and other remedies with no relief, only getting worse all the time. I was unable to do anything and my weight dropped from 145 to 125 pounds. 1 suffered for about two months when 1 was advised to use Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. I used two bottles of it and it gave me permanent relief, " write* B. W. Hill, of Snow Hill, N. C. For sale by All Dealers. is Corn fall and urge in Club can boy once. The West Ranking & Trust Compa ny, whose doors were closed a week two ago, on finding a shortage in cash handled by the cashier, will pro bably be reorganized in the very near future and the capital stock paid up and business resumed under conditions that would justify the entire confi dence in its management. The check ing of the books is not yet finished, but has progressed sufficiently to show that the bank has sufficient assets to pay depositors'in full as soon as its securities mature, with sufficient to pay about 50 per cent on each share of stock. However, if the bank is reorganized, the additional capital paid in will put its business in first class condition, from the start. or an excess in day and ing ed to ing led in of Pe • of Capt. J. W. Swinney went to Albino Tuesday to spend the day with his friend, Gus Roby. Constable W. E Leach, of Central, brought up a crazy negro woman for examination Tuesday morning. Your chance for low cut shoos. We are offering our entire lino of Oxford* at cost. Lipsey-Doty Co. Edwin Williams returned to Drew Tuesday from a visit to the home cir cle here Adam Henrich, Jr., left Tuesday on trip to Tchula, Glendora and other delta points. Mrs. R. W Wilkes is visiting rela tives at Sidon and Yazoo City this week and later will visit her daughter, Mrs. A. E. Porter, at Indianola. W. H. Hocut, of Harland s Creek, sojourned in Lexington Tuesday. G. W. Smith was over from Durant Sunday. . .... 1 (J. J. Moore, Roy JonesJ and Mr. Weekly, expert accountants, have been auditing the county officers' books this week. 8*a our lina of kodaks and sup plies. Psoplas Drug Store. Circuit Court Clerk J. D. Weeks on the 23rd inst. issued a marriage license to Carl S. Crider and Miss Lena Cul ley, both of Durant. ■ Mr. and Mrs L. C. McGee, of She noah Hill, attended divine services here Sunday. __ a . Good Reason for his tnthusiaun. When a man has suffered for several days with colic, diarrhoea or other form of bowel complaint and is then cureed sound and well by one or two doses of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as ia often the case, it is but natural that he should be enthusiastic in his praise of the remedy, and especially is this the else of a severe attack when life is threatened. Try it when in need of such a remedy It never fails. Sold by All Dealers. no as Crimson Clover Seed for Corn Club Boys. The proposition that the government is making to every Corn Club boy to enable him to get a 9tart in inoculated crimson clover seed is worth every boy striving for. And as the time for the Corn Club exhibit is pretty late in the fall to have to wait until then to plan and prepare for planting the clover, I urge every boy who expects to send in a report and ten ears to the Corn Club exhibit, to notify me at once, so I can put in a claim for this. Let every boy notify others to send in names at once. Tells Your friend, J. M. KIMBROUGH. my she all the come weak at table he H. W. Vandiver, of Acona, sojourned in Lexington Tuesday. Edgar Hays, of Durant, spent Sun day with his friends, Hon. D. T. Ruff and Charles M. Murphy. Major L. Noel White went to Kosci usko Monday night to attend a meet ing of the Democratic Executive Com mittee of this chancery district. J. L. McRae, St., of Acona. attend ed to business here Tuesday. L. Dobrowski made a business trip to Cruger Tuesday. A. E. Swinney and E. Underwood made an auto trip to Acona and Black Hawk Tuesday. J. A. Henley returned home Friday from Omega, where he has been erect ing a number of buildings. W* nr* r*ady to buy your spook led pans in th* hull. Brin* them in dry and sound and wa will them at ragular pries*. McBaa Lumbar Co. Hayden Weatherby returned to Du rant Tuesday from a visit with rela tives atAcona. R. M.IWarner and DeWitt Warner, of Acona, visited Lexington Tuesday. Tom and Irl Dale, of Franklin, were Lexington visitors Tuesday. W. H.ILawshe, J. W. Harvey. J. V. Spell. R. C. Causey. W. J. Spell have been acting as riding deputies for the sheriff this week, summon-ng jurors for the ensuing term of court. F. Hention Rogers went to Funna gusha bridge Tuesday to paint same, contract with the board of Su Pe 5 V or°6 'doses 666 will break" case of Fever or Chills. Price, 2o cts. • E. I. Russell, of West Hill, mingled with Lexington friends Saturday. E. F.Weems and J E. Covington, of Owens, were noted in Lexington busi ness circles Saturday, D. E. Hoskins has moved his stock of goods into the building formerly used by Flowers Bros, as a bakery. on he of the is of as per L. trip W. MOTHER OF SCHOOL GIR I I Tells How Lydia E. Pinkham'j Vegetable Compound Re stored Her Daugh ter's Health. Plover, Iowa.— "From a small chili my 13 year old daughter had femail weakness. I spoki to three doctor about it and theydii not help her any Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Com pound had been o great benefit to me so I decided to havi her give it a trial She has taken fiv bottles of*the Vege table Compound ac cording to directions on the bottle an she is cured of this trouble. She wa all run down when she started takin the Compound and her- periods did n<j come right She was so poorly an weak that I often had to help her dred herself, but now she is regular and j growing strong and healthy." — Mr Martin Helvig, Plover, Iowa. Hundreds of such letters expressirl gratitude for the good Lydia E. Pin! ham's Vegetable Compound has accorj plished are constantly being receiveJ proving the reliability of this grand d remedy. If you are ill do not drag along aJ continue to suffer day in and day out b\ at once take Lydia E. Pinkham'j Ved table Compound, a woman's remedy fl woman's ills. If job want special advice write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. (coid dential) Lynn, Mass. Year letter wj he opened, rend and answered byl woman and held I ' strict conftdeul V. the Su of m VI v .. . W. 9 Squire O. F. Hosea, R. F. Smith, L. Vinson and W. A. Crawford madi trip to Tchula in the latter's motor ( Sunday. H. M. Taylor, A. E. Ellington, W. Williamson. M. G. Brough, T. Truitt, of Bowling Green, were L< ington visitors Saturday.