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Fresh mackerel at C vin Bros.
Fresh (.ota'oes, onions and cabbage at Gwin Bros. Nabisco wafers at Gwin Bros, Phone Gwin Bros, for fresh gro ceries. Nice assortment of fancy cakes at Gwin Bros. Scotch Oats just received at Gwin Bros. Sliced S'ar ham at Gwin Bros. Star ham and B. Bacon at Gwin Bros. Concord Grapes at Gwin Bros. Canned Shrimp »nd Deviled Crab meat at Gwin Bros. Phone Gwin Bios for fresh gro ceries. Fresh cream cheese at Gwin Bros. Mr. Ben Stigler has accepted lu crative position with Mr. D. W. Beall. J. F. Rodgers is with Baxter Wilson now. I. Hyman of the firm of R. & B. Sontheimer is at home again after an extensive trip to the northern mar kets. Mr. Hyman is one of Lexing ton's closest buyers and the many customers of that firm anticipate many rare bargains as the result of his trip. Mrs. M. W. McCormick accom panied by Miss Bertha Wyatt visited Sidon last Friday, returning home on Tuesday. Master Chas. McCormick uf this office visited friends at Sidon last week. Mr. Chisho'm of Brozville was the guost of Mr, J. E. Cunningham last Tuesday. Messrs T. J. Wyatt and W. H. Stigler returned Sunday from a visit of several days at Mr. Maynard McClean's place at Money. They re port a nice trip. Mr. Bert Williams of Wost Field was visiting relatives in West End recently. Armour's Sliced Star ham and B. bacon at Keirn Bros. Armour's potted chicken at Keirn Bros. Poitum Cereal fresh at Keirn Bros. French Sardines the best 15c at Keirn Bros. Asparagus tips fresh at Keirn Bros. Fresh Canned Peas at Keirn Bros, Cabbage, potatoes and onions at Keirn Bros. Oranges Apples and bananas at Keirn Bros. 8 pks. Lions coffee $1 at Keirn Bros. Fresh Grape Nut at Keirn Bros. Fresh Ralston food at Keirn Bros. The Wilson Cotton Oil Co. are digging an artesian well at the mill. Recently one was dug to 600 ft when quick sand caved it. and it was abandoned. Mr Jno- M. Foster of Tchula is in the city to-day on business. MissMemie Wyatt is quite sick in West End at this writing, Miss Sadie is with the Lexington Dry Goods Co. for the busy season. Mr. J. W. Newsom and wife, of Jackson, visited the home folks this week, returning home Tuesday. Mrs. R. H. Cole is the guest of Missis Lula Beall and Emma McClean. Mr. Holcomb of Grenada is guest of bis brother Dr. P. D. Holcomb. Mr. F. B. McKee made a businees trip to Belzoni this week. Miss Saunders of Charleston and Miss Frigo of Oxford have been guests of the Misses Cunningham this week. Miss Ettie Lipsey is guest of Mrs. Cameron in Meridian. Mr. and Mrs J. C. Pinkerton are at Mrs. Simmons after several days in Chicago. Miss Eva Jackson returned to Kos ciusko on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Shaw Gwin are moving into their lovely West End cot 1 age. I laziness is a disease la a torpid liver bowels Prickly cures laziness b, cleansing digestion and regulating the creates appetite, energy and PRICE, S1.00 AT DRUG Mr. Armstrong, of Vaiden, brother of Jessie dear, is warmly welcomed to our midst. He is with the Dry Goods Co. Miss Mary Keirr. was called to Castallian Springs by the illness of Dr. Walter Keirn Miss Willie Baldwin, of Canton, is the attractiye guest of Miss Hooker. The handsome residence of Mr. J. S. Gwin in West End is rapidly near ing completion, and we understand that it will soon be occupied by Mr. Gwin and family. Mr. P. C. Foose, one of Tchula's prominent business men, was in at tendance at the Board of Supervisors meeting Monday. Sour Stomach. Wbpn Hie quantity of food taken is too largo or the quality too rich, sour stomach is likely to follow, and especially so if the digestion bas been weakened by constipation. Eat slowly and not too freely of easily digested food. Masticate the food thoroughly. Let five hours elapse between meals, and when you feel a fulness and weight in the region of the stomach after eating, tnkeCharu. berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets and the sour stomach may be avoid, ed. For sale by Swiuuey & Stigler. See V. C. Ashley if you want a btomstone. He is a agent for one of the best companies in the south. Pictures and designs can be examined at this office. When troubled with constipation try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liv er tablets. They are easy ' to take and produce no griping or j other unpleasant effect. For sale by Swin ney & Stigler. For Sale. One fine Jersey cow with young Jno. M. Foster. calf. Oldest Twins in the World. Holmes County boasts the distinc tion of having the oldest twins in the world, Betsy and Delia Randall, color ed, who have just celebrated their 103 birthday. Both are hale and hearty. They live just north of Lex ington and were brought to this coun try about 60 years ago by the Eg gleston family. Their descendants number in the hundreds and are scattered all over the state. Confederates Meet. Holmes Co. Camp U- C. V'. No. 398 held a regular meeting Sept. 7th 1903. Camp was called to order by commander Baker and opened with prayer by Chaplain Wier. The min utes were read and the roll was called. Thi adjutant reported that comrades B. F. Garnett and J. M. MeCaleb had died since last meeting. The report of committee appointed last month was adopted to-wit. "Your committee appointed to adopt suit able resolutions in regard to the death of comrade J. J. Frost report the following: whereas the roll being called another comrade has failed to answer, God has called him away. Hark! I hear a voice, as if an Angel from Heaven, saying, come up higher ye blessed of my father to inherit the Kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. Whereas though we deeply deplore his loss we humbly submit to the will of God. Comrades the days are pass ing by and the waters rolling on, our days are numbered and are but few, et ns be prepared so that when we fail to answer roll-call here below we may be able to answer to our names in heaven. Resolved fur ther, that this resolution be sp read upon our minutes and the Progress Advertiser and News be requested to publish same. Also a copy be sent to the family of the deceased comrade:' W. W. Lunsford H' J. Reiil J. V. Spell The Commander appointed W. W. Lunsford, J. R. Watson and T. C. Wier to prepare and have published, memories of Comrades, B. F. Garnett and J. M. MeCaleb. The Committee presented the following which was \ hoo 1U origin sad constipated Ash Bitters the liver, .lengthening th* bowels It makea good blood, cheerfulness. PER BOTTLE. STORK*. I adopted viz "Commander and Com rades of Holmes County Camp No. 398: Whereas we are called upon again to shed a sympathetic tear ever the departure from earth of another Comrade, our worthy estimable com rade and brother in Christ, J. M. MeCaleb, we deeply deplore our loss and extend to the family our heart felt sympathy," Comrade, 0. C. Bailey was called to make his talk to the camp at our next meeting. Chap lain T. C. Wier requested until next meeting to present his suggestions in regard to Beauvoir. H. C. Smith of Co. "B" 28th Miss., Reg., Cav., was elected a member of the Camp. The camp invited the 15th Miss., Regt., Infty., to hold its annual re union for 1904 in Lexington, and Lt. F J. McGee was appointed a com mittee of one to present said invita tion. The minutes were read and ap proved and the camp adjourned with a benidiction by Comrade, D. C. Bailey. R. H. Baker, Com. F. A. Howell, Adjt, The annual election of officers for the Camp will be held 1st Monday in Oct. A full attendance of the mem bers is desired. The Pension Com. acted on 21 appli cations Aug. 7th approved 8 and dis aproved 13. Col Johnson was sick and absent. m, Mother "My mother was troubled with consumption for many years. At last she was given up io die. Then she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was speedily cured." D. P. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y. No matter how hard your cough or how long you have had it, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is the best thing you can take. It's too risky to wait until you have consump tion. If you are coughing today, get a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once. Three sites: 25c., 50c., $1. All dragfislt. Consult your doctor. If lie says take It, then do as he Maya. If lie tells you not to take It, then don't take It. He knows. Leave lt with him. We are willing. J. O. AYER CO., Lowell, Maas. No Pity Shown. "For years fate was after me con tinously''wiiles F. A. Gulledge, Ver bene, Ala. "I had a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors. When all failed Bucklcn's Ainica Salve cured me. Equally good for Burns and all Hcbes and pains. Only 25c at B. S. Beall drug store. Nothing has ever equalled it. Nothing can ever surpass it. Dr. King's New Discovery ONRUMPTIOJI OIIOB8 and OLDS ForC Price 50c A $1.00 For All Throat and Lung Troubles. A Perfect Cure: Monsy back If It falls. Trial Bottles free. For sal* by B. S. Beall. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Itv order of the Iln«rd of Supervisor. el Hoimfw oounty, passed st the regular June meeting, thereof, I emlnelrncted toadvsr Use for oontraet ato build a new bridge aoroee Roxee Creek In Beat 3 said oontr.ots to bo let secordsnoe with ptsns and speeitloitlons on In tile. Contrsot to he let st the next regale' meeting of the Board. 1st Monday ln,Sept. 191V to the lowest responsible bidder, contractor V give bond for completion of work. Board re serves the right to relent snv and all bids. 1. B. CUNNINGHAM, Clerk NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. By order of the board of supervisors of Holmes county, passed at the regular Aug meeting, thereof. 1 am Instructed to advertise lor oontraollto build now bridge across hayo near Silent Shade Plantallon float 5,about 10 ng, contract, to be let In accordance with plan il sped 11 cations on file. Contract to be let at the next regular meeting of the board, 1st Monday In Sept. 1903 to the lowest responsible bidder, oontrsclor to give bond for completion of work. Board reserves the right to roleet any snd all bids. J, B. CUNNINGHAM. Clerk ft Ion HI! TRUSTEE'S SALE. Whereoo on the 23 dny or November 1806 Carrie Burnon and.her husband J. R. burton executed and delivered to 8. B. Kirby trustee a certain deed of trust to secure the White Sewing Maohlne Company against loss and for therin mentioned and whereas default has has been made In the payment of said Indebt and said trust deed and indebtneas has been duly assigned to J, F, Powell who Is now the holder of the name and whereas I have been duly appointed trustee by J, F, Powell to execute aald trust in writing duly acknowl edged and filed for record, now I will for the puspose of paying the lndebtness secured by said trust deed sell In front of the court house In Lexington, Holmes county, Miss., on Mon day the 7th day of September 1IW8 to the 'high est bidder for cash at public out cry the fol lowing described properly lying being and sit uate In the town of Pickens, county of Holmes and state of Mississippi to wit. lots 98 and 101 in said town of Plcxene. 8^id trust de«»d is re corded In Book 17, page 273 of thd record of trust deeds of Holmes oounty. W. 8. I'aylor.Su bstltuted Tiustee Notice to Creditors. In Chancery Court inf HoIiiuh? County, MtfiHlBSippi. Administrator J No 828. Fatale of W. R. R ikt r, DecetmtHl by P. 8. Baker, Notice la hereby glv< n that lcttert? of admtn latrat ion were granted to the undersigned tn the abv< e fityled cause on July 6th, 1903, an all person shaving ciat ms sgalnst said estate lire required to have thesame probated and registered *by the clerk of the Phaneery Court of Holmes County .Mississippi, within oneyear Failure to probate and regia er claims for one year wilt bar them Witness my hand .this the 23ru day of July, 1903. P. S. Baker, Admr. A Daughter of the Sioux By OCX. C1MILE3 UNO. o asprrlgkt, WW. 6, Th. BoUtl Ucmsssg. shoulderstrup, and later another had torn through the crown of hit. cam paign hat. In all the years of their frontier lighting they had never known a hotter tire; but Kay'u voice rang out through the drifting vapor with the same old cheer and confi dence. "They can't charge again till the ground cools off," he cried. "Uy that time they'll have their huuds full. See how they're scudding away at the southward even now. Just keep covered and you're all right." And, barring a growl or two from favored old hands who sought to make the captain take his own medicine and himself keep covered, the answer was full of cheer. "Send six of your men over to the south front, sergeant," were Kay's or ders to Winsor, as lie hurried over to join Clayton again. "They may try one fiuul charge from that side, and give us a chance to empty a few more suddles." Creeping and crouch ing through the timber, the chosen men obeyed, and were assigned to The stations under Clayton's eye. precaution was wise, indeed, for, just. rally in force began far out oyer the south ward slopes, the Indians gathering in great numbers about some chieftain midway between the coming force and the still beleagured defenders of the grove. Then, brandishing lance und shield and rifle, as before, they began spreading out across the prai rie, heading now for the cottonwoods, while others still faced and fired on the far blue skirmish line. The fierce wind, sweeping ac-oss the direction of the attack, deadened all sound of hoof or war chant, but there was no mistaking the signs, no doubt of the intent, when, in a little moment more, the earth began to tremble beneath the dancing pony feet, telling, almost with the swiftness of sight, that the grand advance had begun. But other eyes were watching, too. Other sol diers, keen campaigners us these at the Elk, were there afield, and almost at the moment the wild barbaric i the captain foresaw, their eager hoard burst, yelling int gallop, and before the dust cloud hid the distant slopes beyond, the exult ant shout went up from the captain's lips, as he threw down his glass and grabbed his carbine, "It's all right, The major's at their heels. men! New let 'em have it! Now, with heavier losses than had befallen Wayne in '70, Kay's command belield witli almost tranquil hearts the coming of the fierce array in final charge. Behind them, not two miles, to be sure, rode in swift, well-ordered pursuit, the long line of comrade troopers. But there had been inter vening years of campaign experiences thut dulled to a degree the earlier enthusiasms of the soldier, and taught at least the assumption of pro fessional composure that was the se cret. wonder of the suckling trooper, and that became his chief ambition to acquire. It is one thing to charge home at hard-fighting command when friends and comrades back the effort and cheer the charging line, lt is an charge home conscious that other t other chargers are coming at one's heels. Magnificent therefore, this closing dash of Lame Wolf's warriors was but a meek re minder of their earlier uttaek. Long before they came within 400 yards of the leafy stronghold—the moment, in deed, the brown Springflelds began their spiteful bark—to right and left arriors veered, far out on either flank. Screeching and yelling as was their savuge wuy, they tore madly by, flattened out against their ponies' necks, and, those who could use their at all, pumping wild shots that spectacle, us a. the arms whistled harmless over the heads of the defenders and bit the blackened prairie many a rod beyond. Only jeers rewarded the stirring spectacle—jeers and a few low-aimed, spattering vol that brought other luckless leys ponies to their knees and sprawled u few red riders. But in less than five minutes from the warning cry that hailed their corning, Lame Wolf and his hosts were lining lilk Tooth ridge and watching with burning hate und geful eyes the swift,steady advance of Webb's long blue fighting line, und f the defense. ■on the utter unconcern Even before the relieving squadron was within carbine range certain of had scrambled out upon Ray' the northward bunk and, pushing for ward upon the pruirie, were possess ing themselves of the arms and orna ments of the two dead warriors whom the Sioux had striven in vain to reach and bear within their lines. Kay and Clayton at the moment were strolling the southward men placidly forth upon "fench" to receive and welcome the little knot of comrades sent galloping lu advance to greet them. There was perhaps just a suspicion of exaggerat ed nonchalance about their gait and bearing—a regimental weakness, pos sibly—and no other officer save Lieut. Field happened to be within earshot when Winsor's voice on the other front was heard in hoarse command: hack there, you fellows! Back, or you're goners!" The sight hud proved too much for some of the Sioux. Down ngain at furious speed came a scattered cloud of young braves, following the lead of the tall, magnificent chief who had been the hero of the earlier attack down into ' the low ground, never swerving or cheeking pare, straight for the grove, the three or four In quisitive bluecoats iu the meantime scurrying for shelter; and the yeli that went up at the sight of the In dinn dash and the quick reopening of the sputtering fire brought Kay, running olice again to the northward edge of the timber, could he amiss. Ids blanket, just under the buns, ns the captain darted by, and grinned hie gratification us lie heard the brief, ussuring words: hands with him." An instant later ,a "Come 'onderin# what Field war lying on Webb's here—all bullet- whizzed through the roots of the old cottonwood uhove his head. and from tar out afield, deadenad by the rush of tlie wind, a dull crackle of shots told that something had re called the Sioux to the uttaek, and for three uiiuutes there was a lively fusillade all along the northward side. Then it slowly died away, and other voices, close at hand someone speak ing his name—called the lad's atten tion. He was weuk from loss of blood, and just a little dazed and flighty, lie had meant three hours ugoue that when he next encountered his post commander his manner should plainly show that senior that even a second lieutenant had rights a major bound to respect. But, only mistily now he saw bending over him the keen, soldierly features—the kind, winsome gray eyes, filled with such a world of concern and sympathy— and heard the deep, earnest tones of the voice he knew again his name and mingling cordial praise and anxious inquiry, and all | the rancor seemed to float away with the smoke of the last carbine shots. He could only faintly return the pres sure of that Arm, muscular hand, only feebly smile his thanks and re sssurance, and then, he, too, seemed flouting away somewhere into space, and he could not mauuge to connect what Webb had been saying with the next words that fastened on his tru ant senses. It must have been hours later, too, for darkness had settled m the valley. A little fire was burn ing under the shelter of the bank, A little group of soldiers were chatting In low tone, close ut hand. Among them, his arm in a sling, stood a stocky little chap whose face, seen in the flickering light, was familiar to him. So was the eager brogue in which that little chap was speaking. A steward was remonstrating, and only vaguely at first, Field grasped the meaning of his words: — "The captain suid you were not to try to follow, Kennedy, at least not until Ur. Waller saw you. Wait till he gets here. He can't be three miles hack now." "To hell wid ye!" was the vehement answer. "U'ye think I'd be maund lierin' here wid the whole command gone on afther thim bloody SiouxT I've made my murk on wan o' thim, an' he's the buck I'm afther." "He's made a mark on you, Ken nedy," broke In a soldier voice. "You mad fool, trying to tackle a chief like that—even if he was hit, for he hud his whole gang behind him." "Sure he dared me out, an' what's this he called me'.'—u d-d thafe!— me that niver——" "Oh, shut up, Kenned}'," laughed • brother Irishman. "You were full as a goat at 'K' troop's stables— Where'd ye get the whisky if-" "I'll lay you, T.anigan, when 1 get two hands agin, though I misdoubt wan would do It. It's me horse I want now and lave to go on wid the capt'n. Ready now. sir," he added, with sudden change of tone and man ner, for a tall, slender form came striding into the fire light, and Field knew Lilake at the instant, and would was well, calling If you want to sell 'your farm or timber, list it at once with W. 0. Glines & Co., of Durant, Miss. They have the buyers. By order of the Board of Supervisors of Holmes connny passed at the regular meeting • am instructed to advertise for a oontract to move and repair the Iron bridge across Wll 1 laws creek, Beat 5 to be about 100 feet long acoordlng to plans and specifications on file. Board reseves the right to rejeot any and J. B. Cunningham, Clerk. nil bids, Cross? Poor man! He can't help It. He gets bilious. He needs a fvooa liver pill—Ayer's Pills. They act directly on the liver, cure biliousness. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowoll, Mas*. Want your moustache or beard a beautiful brown or rich black ? Use, BUCKINGHAM'S DYE FIFTY crs. or DRUOIH3TB OR R P.HALL* CO.. NAS lit't. X. H. Wanted. 750 cords of wood at Munger gin. G. A. Wilson. Jr. DR. MENDENHALL'S IMPROVED GILL AND FEVER CUE I'M i;1 1 r's ipjippjiw GUARANTEED TO CURE CHILLS AND FEVER And Malaria In all Forms. TasteleM. Non* genuine without the above picture and the signature of J. C. Mendenhall. Prloe, BO cents at all Dealer*. PREPARED ONLY BV J. C. MENDENHALL, EVANSVILLE. IND. YOU CAN LEAKN TELEGRAPHY. by mail, finishing up in College, from American Telegraph College,Randolph Building, Memphis. Write for par ticulars. _' CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Tbi Kind Yon Hava Always BoogM B*an th* NpMinot rite. | 9 A i The Kind You Have Always Hour lit, and w'dch has been in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of v? — and has been made tinder his per /jr . , sonal supervis'o'.i silica Its infancy. 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Also complete Illustrated oatp legue. of Diamonds. Welches, Silverware awl Jewelr,. Mermod & Jaccard Irtroiders received at m, store nod toodt Mlvand Proa flare et at. Louts frlaea. For Bast call I 11 f Slo Com and Oats;, TRY PURIN FEED ror Hard Mean HI CHECK!* •Of .ON ALL tACU. Wtrtlai Stock WANTED. By W. O. Glines A Co., of Durant, Mis*., we want options on all good, first class plantations that are for sale at a reasonable price, at once. We have the buyers aud must have the land. We also want good timber tracts. Do not delay if you wish to sell. Address, W- O. Glines k Co., Real Estate Brokers, Durset, Miss. Yours truly, W. O. Glines * Co. Catarrh of the Stomach* When the stomach is overloaded: when food is taken into it that fails to digest, it decays and inflames th« mucous membrane, exposing the nerves and causes the glands to sec [ret mucin, nstead of the natural Jui ces of digestion. This is called Cat arrh of the Stomach. For years I suffered with Catarre of the Stomach caused by indigestion. Doctors and medicines failed to benefit me until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.—J. R. Rhea, Coppell, Tex. Sold by B. 8 . Beall. DRS. STANSBURY A ALEXANDER, Surgical and Hecamcal DENTIST8. Rooms 2nd floor Masonic Building. Every operation pertaining to Dentstry. carefully and sinfully treated. Teeth ex tracted without pain. Gums heal rapidly. Day Phone 88. Night Phone J4. G. C. Phillips M. D„ R. H. Baker Jr. M. D. PHILLIPS * BAKER, PHYS1CANS AND StJRQKONS, Oflllce In room recently oooupled by Tack ett » Smith. Phone 61 Dr. Phillips residence Phone 78. Dr. Baker Phone 22. P. D. HOLCOMBE Dentist Rooms Up stairs In MoCalo Building—Teeth Extracted with little pain. HOOKER A McBEE, At, torneysat Law Office Rank of Holmes County up-atalra. Lexington, Misi. w r. TACKITT a. m. suit TA-KEl'T A SMITH ttorneya at Law ( ■ ce: Front suit of moms in the new McCain building, Lexington, Mias. W. L. DYER Attorney at Law Office first door below Bank of Holmes Count, Lexington, Min. a. r. noel a. m. pxrrm a. a. ausoa . NOEL. PEPPER A ELMORE, Attorneys at Law Offloo upstairs tn oourt house Lexington, Misi. ». A. SHEPHERD, M.D. 8HEPHERD A JORDAN Physicians A Surgeons rtflee upstairs tn Masnul* Building. Oslcphooss at both residsnoes. Blag Lexington, MIm. J. W. JOBDAH, M.D.