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Helps Sick Women Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. WQ liam Everaole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what she writes: general breaking-down of my health. I was In bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, ... and the pains were renr severe. A friend to J me I had tried every thing else, why not Cardui ?... I did, and soon saw it was helping me... After 12 bottles, I am strong and well.** I had a 1 ! I TAKE \ ■n ... . m . j I he Wo man s ionic i | j Do you feel weak, diz zy, worn-out? I* your tack of good health canted from any of tba com I ■ plaints m common to woomo? Than why not give Cardui a trial? It should surety dolor yon what it hat dona for so many thousands of othar | ; 1 ! women who suffered—ft should help you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. J in P. All Druggists ' a | ! 1 .j. 4 4 + the 1 ilrrfr TiiTi T« f . .1 t—t..t. I. .f t > *111, TTTT IT'TTTVTTTTTTTTtTTTTTt 4 4 4 HOME BREVITIES 4 4 4 i r*j iiii i i TTi rp iTin* •r*r*r*r We are pleased indeed to record that Edwin Neilson has bravely conquered in his battle for renewed health and has resumed his study of law at the Univer sity, Oxford. A most valuable Express package ar rived today containing a splendid New Year son, bearing the tag: For Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rhea, Right Side Up, With Care. This popular couple are busy re ceiving congratulations from everybody. Mr. John Miles, II, of Duncan, enjoyed his business trip -North by adding to it the pleasure of a stop-over at Madison, Wisconsin, to see his aunt, Miss Mary Donelson, who holds a lucrative position in this city beautiful. Miss Ida Sutton is visiting New Or leans and was escorted that far by her nephew, Baxter Wilson II. enroute to his Beaumont, Texas, home after happy holi days in the old home town. We have on hand now a sup ply of Dodge Brothers motor Write, phone or call for i i cars. instant delivery, mer & Bro., Kosciusko, Miss. All extend deep sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shaddock's family because of the severe illness of their dainty daughter, Nina, all during the Yuletide holidays, and all wish them an unclouded New , Year after the deep shadows of the old J. W. Rim one. Mr. aud Mrs. Nathan Hooker have recorded a golden New Year blessing, the arrival of a fairy son. Mr. and Mrs. Bell and family are to' te our new citizens from the Delta to occupy the Harvey home. Mr. Bell has accepted the management of the Lexing ton Gin and Oil Mill Company. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lowe have en gaged apartments at The Colonial, Mem phis, Madison Avenue, for the winter. Miss Guthrie Turner, after happy holi- j day hours at home, spent her last recrea tion days guest of Greenwood kindred before returning to her ambitious studies at Nazareth Academy, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bertron were Yule tide guests of their fair friend, and bridal attendant, Miss Henrietta Yeager, of Jackson, enroute to their Lone Star home in Houston. I ! < H i I The College set are nil at books again and this gloomy weather since they left but adds to the blues of the happy family circles they deserted. For Sale—Mv residence; 8 with all modern con- 1 veniences; 4-acre lot, good barn, garage and servants' house. Possession given April 1st Morris Lewis, Lexington, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Baxter are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wren while planning' to build their permaent home in South J Lexington on the lots adjacent to Mr. j and Mrs. G. W. Stiglef. The Creamery Company officials, Presi dent Downer, Vice President Hal' and Treasurer Burwell, have brightened with * radiant calandar the new year dates \ of their patrons. I rooms, i I ■ i i Expert Electrical and Mechanical Service*. Capt. Dan G. Pepper, in an advertise ment elsewhere, offers hi* services as an electrician end mechanic. There i* no capable, proficient or expert in more these lines in the United States than C::pt. Pepper. He has the natural apti tude, and has had the best training and experience possible. He has had tutorship of the greatest experts in these lines in the United States, while in the service of Uncle Sam both in the navy and in the army. There is a great need here for a man of his capacity and tech nical knowledge and practical experience, and we venture the prophecy that he will be kept fully occupied at all times. He has no office or shop, but a complete set of tools and is ready to go anywhere at Read his advertisement in the any time, this issue. Holmes Suffers . Shortage of Teachers Prof. G. H. Love, our energetic new county superintendent of public instruc tion, has been kept very busy in an ef- . fort to supply a number of the rural 1 schools with teachers. It appears that Miss Alice Frost has resigned as teacher j at Mt. Pleasant; Miss Bullock at Shipp; Miss Cooper at Franklin, and Miss Dod son, at Bethesdn. Prof. Love has writ ten to a number of former teachers in ! regard to accepting these positions, but I in every instance received a reply to the effect that they were holding better pay ing position, covering twelve months, and were not justified in making a change. i \ Pickens Bank Has Prosperous Year The statement at the close of business, . j Dec. 81, 1919, of the Pickens Bank, shows j i thHt that popular and substantial finan cial institution enjoyed one of the most j successful business experiences during the j year just closed, making a net profit of j $7,884.30, which is over 30 per cent, paid j dividend of 10 per cent and reduced the | building, furniture and fixture account; $500; carrying the sum of $4,884.30 to the : j undivided profit account. I ■ Hon. W. L. Dyer Attorney for Board The board of supervisors reelected Hon. | W. L. Dyer as attorney for the board for ^ Mr. Dyer has held j ; this position for a long trem of years j 1 and his successive re-appointments evi- j ! dence that he has given eminent satis faction. i the ensuing term. J Shepherd Brothers are wearing com placent smiles since reading that in, the ; Natinoal Auto Show in Gotham the Chevrolet cars were reported "directly in front," six in number in lustrous black arid olive green finish. They express an opinion they have come tj the front to stay not a day hut every day. N. B.— P. O. box. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Porter have welcomed a fine young son to share, their New I Vcar happiness and prosperity. | Miss Myrtis Morris has accepted the | position with Peoples Drug, Store of 1 bookkeeper, whorl her bright talents ; will lend sterling aid in recording the sales of this splendid firm for the New t Year. C. S. Harrell last weke purchased from the Lexington Automobile Company an Overland Model Four Sedan and is de- ; lighted with his acquisition. E. H. Shaddock looked after plantation I ; interests at Crugor yesterday. WE AR& Manufacturers Agents FOR GASOLINE ENGINES, STEAM ENGINES, GRIST MILLS, SAW MILLS, HOME LIGHTING PLANTS, ETC. If you need anything in Mechanical Goods, see us. WATCH US GROW SWINNEY-FINCHER CO. MISSISSIPPI LEXINGTON, JOHN F. PARKINSON L. B. HESTER H Parkinson & Hester ARCHITECTS CONTRAC TORS AND BUILDER5 Everything Built of Cement, Brick or Wood Full Force of All White Competent Workmen 1 1 w 1 DURANT, MISSISSIPPI I When in need of first class service and honest work, write us. Announcement! ^ ( WE HAVE PURCHASED THE STOCK OF HULLS, COTTON SEED MEAL, FEEDS, PEAS, OF STANLEY & HOOKER AND HAVE LEASED WAREHOUSE ON SIDE-TRACK AT THE OIL MILL ) We \re in a Better Position Than Ever to Supply You WITH . j Hulls, Cotton Seed Meal, Horse, Mule, Cow, Hog and Chicken Feeds, Corn, Tankage Etc. --AT ANY TIME. TELEPHONE 90 WE SELL THE BEST ONLY i • • • • • • • • I , I Phone 90 Sisblatt-Kamen, Props. Lexington, Mississippi ; Oyster Supper at Ebenezer January 14 The Advertiser has been requested to that the ladies of the Ebenezer announce Baptist church will give an oyster sup at the residence of Dr. M. H. Roberts on Wednesday night, January 14, 1920, I for the benefit of the church. All are | cordially invited to come and assist a | worthy cause. , 1 - ; Miss Katherine Henrich's golden talent's an( j industry have won her a high t j on j n our Court circles and a name carved high on the tablet of Golden En .(eavors. Miss Bessie Wilson ami Miss Katherine ; McLeod made a trip to Greenwood yes per I terday. J. S. Eggleston was down from Wana ; law Wednesday. HYMENEAL 14 Levy—Grossman The wedding of Miss Juliette Irma j Grossman, eldest daughter of Mr. and ; Mrs. Isidore Grossman, and Mr. M. James j Levy, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Jonas H. | Levy, was brilliantly celebrated at the Harmony Club, in the evening Wednes day. The wedding took place on the par lor floor, and the entire place was em bellished in palms and ferns, i Tha cere mony was performed in the large pgrlbr, which was decorated in palms, ferns, tulle and white roses. The shrine was formed of palm leaves arched and held with tulle. \ Tall baskets of roses stood on the sides ; of the bower. Rabbi Max Heller of-1 ficiated. The best men were Simon Shlenker and Monore Scheuer. Dr. Har old Blum and Leo Van Os were grooms- [ to sup are a En i men. Mrs. Jonas H. Levy was matron of honor. She wore a beautiful gown of wisteria and silver brocaded cloth, em- ; broidered and trimmed in rhinestones, and a corsage of lavender orchids, tied ■ in lavender ribbon. Miss Ruth S. Gross- ! man was the maid of honor and the ; bridesmaids were Misses Juliette Wolf, Hortense and Lillian Grossman and Odette Grossman. Little Miss Susan j Godchaux, cousin of Mr. Levy, was the ' flower girl. j i Mr. Grossman gave his daughter away, i The bride wore an exquisite robe of silver | cloth. hTe bodice was embroidered in rhinestones in sunburst design, and the neck and sleeves were finished in pearls. ! Her skirt was covered in cables of pearls, [ which extended from the waist, caught J ' up under the hem, in the harem effect, I and had a long train which was covered with the tulle of the bridal veil. Miss Grossman wore orange blossoms in her ] hair and she carried a round bouquet of orchids and ferns, from which hung a ( shower of valley lilies and ribbon. On : her bodice she wore a handsome brooch j of diamonds, a wedding gift of the bride groom. ' The maid of honor wore coral velvet with a bodice of silver lace, and carried sunburst roses tied in Dresden shade of ■ blue tulle, with a cascade of pink buds ' tied with blue baby ribbon. The brides-' maids wore gowns of pink tulle over , cloth of silver, and carried arm bouquets of Liberty roses and Marguerites. The jnother of the bride, Mrs. Isidore Gross man, wore a strikingly handsome gown of rose and brocaded gold cloth, with beaded shoulder straps and sash and her flowers were a corsage of orchids and ribbon. Little Miss Godchaux was gown ed in a pretty frock of pink georgette crepe, trimmed in silver and pink roses, ani carried a basket of Sweetheart roses tied with al large bowknot of blue satin ribbon. i Mr. Ralph Levy came from New York for his nephew's wedding and Mr. Louis 1 Jaffe, of Natchitoches, and Mrs. Henry j Meyers, of New Iberia, La., relatives of the bride, were among the large number | of guests attending. The young couple have gone to Call fornia to spend their honeymoon and on their return will reside with the bride groom's parents at 5339 St. Charles ave nue.—Times-Picayune. Owen—Lipsey Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Lipsey announce the engagement an( j approaching mar- \ riage of their daughter. Nina Elizabeth, 1 to Charles Frederic Owen, the wedding 1 to take place January 15th. No cards. W. J. Nelson, of Goodman, and J. U. Sheehy, of Bowling Green, were appointed by the board of supervisors at the last meeting as trustees of the Holmes Coun ty Agricultural High School at Goodman. "Mind that paint"—"Little boys used j to hear that frequently," remarked the [ grocery philosopher. "I wonder if big 1 ' boys ever hear It now when trying to kiss a girl." 1 I j — ; j | \ ; [ | HOW WE SELL J I The NEW EDISON I i "The Phonograph with a Soul" As dealers in the New Edison, have obligated ourselves to vice. we a ser 333 535 i£5 ZZZ 355 555 555 55 — 355 US SS 55 —— -333 555 25 j55j 355 555 55 ■— 355 555 55 «■— —— 55 Thomas A. Edison perfected the New Edison at a cost of three mil lion dollars, the duty of bringing its Re-Creative art into as many homes as p'ossible. • * * * On this principle, therefore, have organized our store and selling policy. We earnestly ask you to take this purpose literally— and use this store as your aid to the enjoyment of music—even to the matter of payment. • • e e We are not an installment house, but as part of our service, we ar range payments to suit your con venience. Let us help you in some way—any way. He entrusted us with we our ■WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS I Peoples Drug Store I WILLIAMS & JOHNSON, Proprietors Night Phone 210 as Day Phono 40 ..ii. LEXINGTON, MISSISSIPPI 1 j J* 1 1CK HXadlCatlOIl Office Abolished | The new board of supervisors ordered the office of county cattle tick eradication agent abolished, as Holmes county haa for several years been practically free of cattle ticks. This was a highly Im portant office for a number of years when the work of ridding the county of the pest was In progress, and was retained , ^ or aevera ' years in order to prevent in £ cted c * ttl * from Wn « » hi PP e <l C. W. Melton, of Hoffman, has been the In cumbent of the office since its establish ment, and he has discharged his dutiea with distinctive ability and fidelity. 10 business in Lexington yester ' *• Mrs. W. L. Pierce, of Terry, accom panied Dr. and Mrs. M. P. Winkler on their trip to New Orleans this week. K. L. Emmons and V. Reinhard at T. G. Parkinson, of Adair, was a Lex tug ton visitor Wednesday. With Our Unusually Good Facilities We Are Prepared To Turn Out Repair Work Quickly We know watches thoroughly, and our equipment is complete enough to enable ua to repair anything mendable. prices for repair work are as tonishingly reasonable. DON'T BUY A WATCH UNTIL YOU GET OUR PRICE Our 0. A. FRITZ Watchmaker and Jeweler LEXINGTON. MISS. T. D. Thompson, of Durant, was hero yesterday en insurance bus)n sea.