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THE MACON DEACON
rVBL-.HID IVIRT IITCHMT BY F. T. 7IRRIS. 'ibicrtptlen, in dvnce, per tnnnra f l.OO. j . 1 - - Saturday, March 1. 1902. During 1U01 twenty-two negroes and fifteen whites were killed by accident in the Alabama mines. We fear there will not be much far - j orahle weather for farming anil jiariteii- j The March winds began ahead or time and more may expected before the ver nal equinox March 01st. The legal penalty for burglary at night in North Carolina i? death, and two men were bnng"there this week for robbing a store and postoffice. On the Sid of February, legal holi day, a Tolish depositor in a Detroit'Sav ings Bank spread the report amonif his fellow laborers that the bank bad closed. Much of the funds of the bank was drawn out before the depositors could be made to understand why the bank closed. A cement plant to cost $i5rt. 000 is to be erected at Livingston right away. The site has been purchased and mate rial ordered. It will be similar to the one at Demopolis, Meridian Star. There is a great abundance of the same material in the eastern portion of Nox ubee county, and it ought to be a source of great wealth to some enterprising men of means. If it can be developed in Alabama why not in Mississippi? Mr. J. F. Coleman informs us that northern men are preparing to locate a very large lumber plant in the vicinity of Eevill Hill on the Noxubee river in eastern portion of our county. He says they claim there is sufficient timber to run a very large mill 20 years. They will work oOO hands and will run a rail road out from Brooksville. Winston Journal. We copy the following paragraph as an encouragement to the Noxulee Broom Corn Association : J. A. Hook, proprietor of the Lexing ton broom factory, is reported ns rushed with orders and is working night and day. Broom making is an enterprise which can be made to pay anywhere in Mississippi. Wo are informed that broom corn will grow well here and the price of it which runs from $100 a ton np, makes it a profitable crop. Lincoln County Times. ing in March. We will let our readers see what DeVoe's chart has to sav abont the weather for the month: It will bring several storms, followed by cold, blustery weather, especially in the Northern states. In the South there will be mnre rain, and the temp erature will be modified by the mildei Southern climate. The month will en ter with a storm forming over the tin'i of Mexico, which will travel up tlu Atlantic coast, causing snow oyer tht l Middle Atlantic and Eastern states 1st to 2d cold wave. "3d to Dili snow over the North, rain over the Smith, followed by cold, blustery weather. Tth to Sth fair. 9th to 11th: on the Utu another storm will form over the Gulf of Mexico and will moy up the Atlan tic com, causing heavy rain over-the Eastern Gulf states and snow over the Middle Atlantic and New England states followed by cold weather. Uth to 15th cold, bnt fair, llith to 111th: an other storm will form over the east Gulf states and move up the Atlantic coast, causing rain, snow and cold, blustery weather, '.'nth to 21st moder ating in the South. Sid to 24th a storm will form over the lower Mississippi valUy and move eastward, causing storms of snow and rain in its tiack. 25th to 27th cold wave. 2Sth to ;Ust coin weather oyer the Northern states but warmer over the South. Dr. Weir's Trial. Ackerman, Miss., Feb 25. Circuit court convened here yesterday, Judge! V. O Stouts presiding. The case of the State vs. Dr. Joe Weir, a prominent merchant of Stark A Cimd Man (lone. It wa- Willi profound sorrow 1 learn ed this ni..T!i filt of the rrcvnt death of Bro. Jr.D. U, Hodges, of mar Mao.m, Miss. For three years a-t I was the pastor of l'.ro. Hodg.s and during those years I leanii d to love him dearly. He was one of thebet im-n 1 ever knew. He may very tittinglv be compared Xathanael, of whom tin "Heboid, an Isnelite indf. is no guile. " Urn li U t Christian and a .Mln"li many years, lie exempiiti he doctrines of Prof. J. C. Fant, the able superin tendent of onr public schools, has left for Chicago, where he will attend a meeting of the National Educational society. Trof. Fant has done and is doin fine work in our midst, and it is with pride that the citizens of the state should recall the fact that he is a Mis sissippian by birth as well as predilec tion. The Press congratulates the trustees or our public schools upon having so able a representative at the Chicago convention and it wishes for Prof, Fant a pleasant and a profitable visit. Meridian Press. ville, for the murder of John Hull, of Kosciusko, a popular traveling sales man, will be heard. The case will go to trial on Thursday morning at !l o'clock. Young Mr. Hull was shot and killed by Dr. Weir at the Illinois Central depot here last January while attempting to board a passenger train, Weir gives as his defense that Hull had betrayed his sister, and while at tempting to arrest Hull, who tried to flee from him, he shot and killed Hull. This is the first time that this plea nnder section U173 of the statute of Mississippi has been pleaded in the court of this district and much interest is being manifested in the case on this account, as well as on account of the i prominence of the parties. Corres- j pondent Merridian Star. j to Lord 'aid, I. m who'll s ha 1 Oven f a- a great .1 in hi" life Chrntiamiv and gave 'orce and dignity to relimoii m his leighhorhood. He enjoyed the conri lence of his neighborhood in a very re- n arkahle degree If he had an i-ikiny I never heard of it He was a patriotic citize.i, lie bore in his bodv to his dying day the marks of a lofty and splendid patriotism. Upon one of the battlefield 's of the civil war he received a wound which almost proved fatal. lie never entire ly recovered from it. As a neighbor lie was loved and respected a (nw are As a father and husband he was kind and gentle. It was tin pleasure to ofhriate at the marriage of his younger child two years ago. All the others had gone out to establish homes for themselves. It was sad and pathetic to see the old people tell their last child "good-bye." Loth the father and mother were feeble, hut for the daughter's sake, thev suppressed their tears and bade her ' Godspeed. ' ' Asa man llro. Undoes was the embodiment of all limn1 graces and virtues which conspire to form a beautiful ell 'meter. (Senile, kind, considerate, charitable and lioneM, lie was every inch a man. What was said of one of 1 1 it old Romans miy he fittingly applied to him nature niiirlit stand tip and sav to all the world, -this was a man.' " As a christian llro. 1 lodges was devout, a son of God without re buke in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation, aiiioiio whom he did shine us a liirht. lie was a loy. nl Methodist and one of I he most faithful stewards 1 have ever known. He made it his business to see that his preacher rccoivid every cent of his stlary. Sonic Chapel shall oreatly miss him. May a kind Fa ther support and comfort the brok en hearted widow niul the grief- strieken children. We shall see him again. K. S. LI-WIS. Durum, Miss., Feb. 21. l!)02. New Goods for Spring: 1902 Always the flrt to receive new goods. 1 take pleasure ill antiotinoino; that hc 'iin to anive, ami von will find most complete line of the latest sty Goods vou will lind the following; niv stock of SpriiiL' Goods have uuong- the goods received this week a on the market. Among the New Plain White Goods 5 ats to 50 ct a yard. Plain White Persian Ln II , 4 ct, ts ,(5 ct a yard. Whte Organde 1. yds wide 15c to (10c ird. Ombrodery n Match Sets All Prlcrsi. In the Staple Dress Goods .Department vou will lind n complete line of New Spriiio Calicoes, Suitings, (iingh.ins, Ducks, Madras Ootli, &e. 1 wish to i' ill your especial attention to my line of A F C Madras Cloth.. 27 in wide., 10c a yd- These t'lotbs arc the best goods on earth for Mens Shirts, Ladies' Miirt Waists, Children Dresses, cannot secure these goods any more this season, and it be to your inter est pi see these goods at once. D. OWENS. i A Card of Thanks. j I wish to thank the Honorable Court : and Jurors of Noxubee county for j courtesies extended me, while on trial j for alledged violations of the laws; all ' of which charges I have proven myself ! not guilty. I also wish to express my highest I appreciations to my attorneys (Messr9. I Helm, Richardson, and Brame) whoso faithfully defended me at the The Senate of the United States con curred in the bill on Friday, passed by the Housepreviously, to pay for horses and other property taken from the Con federates after the war closed in contra vention of tb orders of General Grant and other federal general allowingjthe Confederate surrendering soldiers to re tain that character of property, The bill restricts the total allowance to $30, 000. That may cover the amount but it would have looked more magnanimous if the amount had not been limited. If the claims are just the amount should have been allowed to coyer all well proven claims, buttheex-Confederates, having been so long deprived of their just dues, will make no protest about an amount that would seem was one that would shut out all probability of false claims,. Night was Her Terror. "I would cough nearly all night long," writes Mrs. Chas. Applegate, of Alexa-diia, Ind., "and could hardly .. get any sleep I had consumption so bad that if I v,-.:,'ki,-I a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood, bnt, when all other medicines failed, three .$1 bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery wholly cured me and I gained SSponnds." It-'s absolutely guaranteed to cure Coughs. Colds, LuGrippe, Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung troubles. 50c and 51. Trial bottles tree at ,T. F. Jones For all pulmonary troubles Ballard's Horehound Syri'p, taken in the early stages proves a certain and sure specific. It is equally effective in croup and whooping-cough and, if used in season, prevents the further development of con sumption. Price 25 and 50 eta. at J.F. Jones'. Are yon sick ? If so. investigate the merits of Herbine. It is a concentra ted medicine, the dose is small, yet it quickly produces the most gratifying re sults, digestion improves, the lipj and cheeks lose their pallor, the eye becomes bright and the step elastic. Price 50 cts. Sold by J. F. Jones. Couldn't help getting a cold never cures it j bnt carrying horn? a bottle of Ballard's HortEnouxD Syrup ai,j . sing It as dirceted. will cure thi worst kind of cough or cold. Price 25 and 50 cts. Sold by J.F. Jones. The following warning appears in the ConnerJonrnal's special despatches, It is proper to state, says ths Bowline vjioeu, ivy,, courier, that it did not come from South Carolina or Mississ innt. rinf fmm . . ifunnuuuu, inn,, near Vincennes, a flourishing little city of 41..,. 01..1. j ... . " uiiu oiuie, on me Wabash river a hun dred or more miles north of Evansviiu Mr. Crumpacker, 'of Indiana, whose solicitude for the colored Tman in the South is so importunate as to make him desire to rob him of all representation in Congress, might find it of Interest to toon closer at home for oppression. This is the article: , NOTICE. Full 11 10.00 XT!- . . it. i,uuco is nereoy given the public-. That any man who employs - -'" mo um aay or March or harbors, leaim lll 'Jth?iT lT?M?,n be borie after m UBJ VI April. (Signed) Firebug. win CABTOH IJ - Accidental Shooting Edgerly, La., Feb. SO, 02. Editor Beacon The friends and rel atives of Nat Pierce will be grieved to hear of his sad and unfortunate acci j ably and dent yesterday, February 19th, at 12 Bar. o'clock. Xat and a young man from And especially do I thank my many Kemper county were in the room with J friends for expressions of sympathy and my brother that had his leg cut oil on ; respect when I so much needed them, the Tth. Owens was oiling his pistol j Now, hoping that those who manifest when it accidentally went off, hitting i such nn interest in my well-doing will Pierce, who was standing about three I have no occasion to regret, and again feet away, in the back, the ball going in just under his left arm. through, his left lung, coming out of his breast bone and lodged in the wall. Nat did not know he was shot until he began to bleed. He was then carried to another house, a doctor sent for, who came and dressed the wound about 1 From then until 3 o'clock this morning he could scarcely get his breath but since then he says he feels like a well man. The docter says if inflammation does not set in, or he does not take cold he will get well . Xat and my brother, Dock, came here together a short time ago and both came very near dying together. At this time both are resting well and I think I can leave for home with my brother in about ten days. Respectfully, M.W.Dantzler. If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlain's Pain Balm a trial. It will not cost you a cent if it does no good. One application will relieve the pain. It also cures sprains and bruises in one-third the time required by any other treatment. Cuts 'burns, frost bites, qoinsey, pains in the side and chest, glandular and other swellings are quickly cured by applying it. Every bottle warranted. Price 25 mid 50 cts . T. S.Murphey, Macon, Hamilton, Bush & Meek, Brooksville. thanking the public for the same, I am Very respectfully, D. W. Siierijod. RJ 1 ' of I 3 ooo Mature I Babies and children need I ? ... .. J proper mod, rarely ever medi- cine. If they do not thrive on their food something is wrong. They need a little j help to get their digestive machinery working properly. No one knows the unbearable torture one undergoes from piles unless they are so afllicted. Tablkr's Buckeye Pile Ointment is a quick, 6afe mid painless cure. Price 50 cts. in bottles. Tubes 75 cts. at J. F. Jones'. Children often inherit feeble digestive power and colic of a more or less severe character results, when food is taken which is at all difficult to digest. -White's Cream Vermii-tge acts as a general and permanent tonic. Price, 23 cts at J, F. Jones'. Could Not Breathe. Coughs, colls, croup, grip, bronchi tis, other throat and lung troubles, are quickly cured by ()n Minnie Cough Cure. It is not a mere expectorant that, gives only temporary relief . It soften" and liquifies the mucous, diaws out the inflammation and removes the cause of the disease. Absolutely safe. Acts at once. ' ' One Minute Cough Cure will do a'l that is claimed for it, ' ' savs Jus tice of the Psace, J. Q. Hood, Crosby, Miss. " My wife could not get hrr breath and was relieved by the first dose It has been a benefit to all my family. ' ' T. S. Murphey & Son. Piactioally Starving. " After using a few bottles of Kodol Dyspepsia Cui e my wife received perfei t and permanent, relief from a severe and chronic case of stomach trouble, ' ' says J. R. Hclly, real estate, insurance itiid lone agent, of Macomb, III. "Before using Kodol Dyspepsia Cure she could not eat an ordinary meal without inteu-e suffering. She is now entirely cured, several physicians and many remedies had faildd to give relief. ' ' You don't have to diet. Eat any good fiod yon want but don't overload the stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will always di gest it for yon, T. S. Murphey &Son, COD LIVER OIL WITH HYPOPHOSPHITES or LIMES, SODA will generally correct this difficulty. If you will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful in baby's bottle three or four times a day you will soon see a marked improvement. For larger children, from half to a teaspoonful, according to age, dissolved in their milk, if you so desire, will very soon show its great nourish ing power. If the mother's milk does not nourish the baby, she needs the emul sion. It will show an effect at once both upon mother and child. jm. nJ f loo, all druggist!. SCOTT 4 BOWNE, Chuntan, New York. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of M .n tli' Mt. i l Ml. Am A'lilrt'.ia i -. 0. L. T. FijHjsn. A. 51 C ij.vpii tr.., ph count) u.t tuuiitlii Summary. Purina tk.A iff Jl:lSi. .Ill Saves LOOK PON DONKEY ON EVERY SACK. BECAUSE IT GOE8 ONE-THIRD FARTHER THAN CORN AND 0AT8, FOR RENT OR SALE. The Smith place 18 miles southwest of Macon. For terms &o. address, M. L. Marx, 204 Adams St,, Memphis, Tenn. PUBIHA EVERY SACK. JXfjV BEST nA FEED ySjJ Horses Stokes-Evans Hardware Co, New Goods New Prices Better Times AVc are not selling' at Cost We ask a reasonable profit. We sell the best brands of HaiiMijiia We solicit your business and call attention to our line of Plow Goods, Implements, Furniture, Carpets, Mattings and MugSt Our Undertaking business is in good hands and we carry a full line of Collins of all sizes and grades. Onr Funeral Car Will Go to any Part of the County on Short Notice, DY GEORGE EDWARD GRAHAM. J l In- lnlr..ilil Aianrluti! Treu wur rnrre.pontlimt, who 1 was ahtmril tilt! I. S. S. Brooklyn durliiK tin tnllr. (Ire iiii.iun, of tin. ,nin,aiKn. llliulratMl with photograph! tk. u Ijy Hi. Anllmr iliuiiiK the rlKht. The Most Sensational I Qok off ilia Day. -tnry of tin famous rrittse of the Flying j iH-C.mmn.Jmv WiiiilHtt Scott Sc-liley, Inclu.t- 1 Tli iliin,iii;li;:iiil'k it w'iPi i me !? 'iiJff"';, iiWiili hVW.'ii tini' S'ii;iiii i.ii i, in.. i t'.".'5l"'.'.'. 'l"-'"u'',i" "f I he spanlkk duet, Wi ll Ull! I'llE nilVtTIMB. ("il'unii an autograph enilorspmpnt and personal ' account ol the iMtllv by l.t ar Ailioiral Schloj. 'Tlip lin'tn or flip story of tho movement finil 'tp.'riiliiniH or the Flvinir Soiimlron ti. illltll'ir U'lls tilt-in ill this hook ur mrn.pl - -IV. S.NCHLKY. hip iMiTiitive of facts. Explains tha so. I ,11. Hi,- PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT, wh?n Governor ol New York, said: "Mr. firahum's slurv is the hest account I have heard or rcuit nt ihe naval (ihlinft during th war. It needed junt at mucii courage to o amiut taking j.holo- jrapns an u aiti io work the guns. If Movement:" the "Loon." tlit "Ru-linn ' ami pettiest euuduslvely very adverse ruling THE NEW YORK HERALD sava:-"Mf. (ir..!ian. in the telling of facm, leaves tht reader free to make the deduction tbat BCKral tiaval officers need a Court of In quiry to re-establish their reputations, II iix tun oe rc-esiflDiiHiiea. Nosulgttrt 1i;ih 'Vt'i' beru lu'lnt, the imhlic that- hits intfri-sU'd everybody as J t!lP Ttmntior in wlilrli Adinirnl Srhlev Ins n---n Iritwl u,u tlm Amiidc-in n.m.1a demand t in- full recognition of tho u-icrn of Santiago. This hook tolls I p very thl mr just, us it otvurmi timl ;is thf yewitnt'ssf-j suw it. Hook Is selling 1 wouiirr, ijiiicnu ruiiiiMi.-mi.'MN. t'lnnt mm tumiis now rt'JKiy. trim stweu i A-uviiL si.unns mr ('.iiivnsstiij out m.. ju,i vuli.. imv is t iiine to fliAKtj muntv. Price $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.75, acosntinq to slyle of binding desired. AGENTS W, C&mZY GGKIPANY WANTED Sola PulXshws. GH1QAGO. Racket Store... Wewish to call your attention to our special display of Christmas Goods for old and young. Once more Santa Claus has made the Racket Store his headquarters tor Bolls and Toys, Chinaware mi Glassware, Medal lions, EtQt Vc now have on hand 500 DOLLS, consisting of Kid Body, Bisque Jointed, China Limb( Rubber and Rag, also a fine line of Iron and Tin Toys. We have the prettiest and daintiest line of China and Glassware and Medallions to be found anywhere, and we are disposing of all of these at prices too startlingly low to tell about, Owing to the hard times and short crops we are mak ing our always-low. prices still lower and as it is uni versally agreed that we underbuy, we therefore can and ARE underselling all others in Dry Goods, Hard ware, Tinware, Crockery, Notions, Laces, Hosiery, &c. Remember that our prices are lower than tho lowest and our gooils are as good a3 the best. ' Yours for fair dealing and low prices. RACKET STORE, H. LAHBERSON, Mb Notice I fix wsRona. fill wheel., make plows, fix niowin;;, iiiiicliines ami do bliick Miiithintf in general. Horse elioeing pecialty. My work on reel footed horses ami horses that cut their ankle is fully (jiiiiranteed. I work strictly for the CASH. All work ifoaranteeil. l'lease (five m. cull Stand east of GriHR' stable. John Cook. feb.22 1m. Proprietor. Do yon want a talking parrot? Mr. DucuB, at the depjt, has one for sale. Notice I wish every one owin me an account wonlct come forward and settle and thereby enable me to furnish my market with good meats and settle my bills. I cannot buy beef on time and 80 days is as long as any reasonable men shonld ask a bntcher to-soll him on cred't. I positively will not sell ou longer time than that and any one failing to settle 1 is acconnt at the end of the month need not-as'c me for further indulgence, for he will most positively be refused. I have your account made out and will take pleasure in receipting yon for amount of same (. oms along and set tle and make one more soul happy J. a. Maury. When children have earache saturate a piece of cotton with Ballard s cnov Liniment and place it in the ear. It will stop the pain quickly. Price 25 and 5octs. at J. F. Jones' drug store. For the Complexion The complexion always differ! from bilionsnee or constipation. Unless the bowels are kept opn the impurities from the bodv appear in the form of un sightly eruptions. DeWitt's Little Ear ly Kisers keep the liver and bowels in a healthy condition and remove the cause of such troubles- C. E. Hooper, Alba ny, Ga., ays: "1 took DeWitt's Little Karly Risers tor biliousness. They were jnt what I needed I am feeling better now than in years. Never gnpa or distress. Safe, thorough and gentle. The very best pills. I . b. Murphey & Bon. Strikes a Rich Find ' 'I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debili ty, " writes F. J. Green, of Lancaster. N. H. ' 'N remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitiers, which did me more good than all the medicines I ever used. Ihty have also kept mv wife in excellent health for years. She savs Electric Bitters are just splendid for fe male troubles ; that they are a grand tonic and invigorator for weak, run down women. No other medicine can take its place in our family." Try them. Only 50 cts. Saticfactioii guaranteed by J. F. Jcue. Remarkable Cures of Rheumatism. From Ihe Vimiicator, Rutherford, N. C. The edilor sf the Viudicator has h id occasion to tet the efficacy of Chamber Iain's Pain Balm twice with the most satisfactory results in each case. First, with rhenmatism in the Bhoulder from which he suffered excrncia'ing pain for ten days, which was relieved with two applications of Pain Balm, rubbing Ihe parti afflicted and tealizing instant ben efit and entire relief in a yery short time. becond, in rheumatism in thigh joint, almost prostrating him with severe pain winch wa9 relieved by two applications, rubbing with the liniment on retiring at night and getting np free from paiii. For mle by T, 8. Mmpliey, Macon. Hamilton. Bush & Meek, Brooksville A. Horrible Outbreak ' ' Of large sores on my little daugh ter's head developed into a case of scald head, " writes C. D. Isbill cf Morgan ton, Tenn. butBucklen'g irnicaSalye completely cured her. It s a guaran teed enre for Eczema, Tetter. Pimples, Salt Rheum, Sores, Dicers and Piles Only 23 cts. at J. F. Jones. Sugeon's Knife Not Needed. Surgerv is no longer necessary to cure Piles. DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve cures such cases at once, removing the necessity foriniigerons, painful and ex pensive operations. For scalds, barn', cuts, wounds, bruises, sores and skin diseases it is unequalled. BewureTof con it' rfeits. T. S. Murphey & Son. HOUSE FOR RENT. A new hone near depot la'ely occu pied by Mr. Dotherow, is for reiit. It has four rooms, good cintern, barn, sta bles, all well improved. Terms low. Inquire of GeorgH G. Pagan or the ua dersigned. G W. CUNNINGHAM, ju4 tf Brooksville, Miss. NOTICE COW-BUYERS We have a large lot of cattle rntining at large branded J". All parties are re quested, in buying cattle, tn notice the brand and not buy or trade for same. T B.&J.W. Paulette, juniim Paulette, Miss. LOST COTTON RECEIPT. All parties are hereby warned not to negotiate or trade for cotton receipt, issued to Cal Sunders by Macon Cora press & Warehouse Co , about Jan. 1st, 1902, as the same has besn lost and a duplicate will bfc applied for. feb,15 lin. W.O. Barnes. PUBIHA Is only Sold In Sacks like this The feed that keeps Mules up and feed bills down. t. uwnajfrft NOTICE TO CREDITORS, The Entate ) In the Chancery Ceurt . l , f?rN"nbee County, Miss A. C. Boglo. islppl. Notice Is hereby given that letters te-ta mcntsry were issued to the nndcriilgiieil executor of snlil estate on the 27th dny ol December. J001, by the Chancery Clerk of aid county, and ull persons bavlne claims against said estate are required to have the mime probated and registered by said clerk within one year from this date, or tby will be forever haired. Witness m baud this 4th day of Janua ry, 1002. Waltku I'KICB, executor. Corn anil Oats High ' n r O) o PUBIHA FEED(ulror Ttl fflti n-tr J.1i9 ran 1 Tho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has in uso for over 30 years, lias borno tho RiKiiiu,lr)! nml has been inadn iind.r Li8 1 f-f-?Z, HOI,al supervision nlne its nr , -6Z74Jc A(w no ono to dm.j vo ytn!Jj All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-;oo!l,ar), Experiments that tritlo with and endanger tint lu alH Infants and Children Experience against Evperiir,, What is CASTORIA Castorla Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil, p. goric, Drops and Soothin",' Syrups. It is Pleasant,' contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Xarn substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It desti(,.s and allays Feverislniess. It cures Diarrluea and Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Coiitiiu and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulate, Stomach and Uowels, giving healthy and natural sl( Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWj Bears the Signature of 7 The KM You Have Always Boi; In Use For Over 30 Years. Ttt ciNTtun com ph ft t . tt muhhav nrmrrr. vnp Big Reduction in Price of PLO for this moii C. O. Kentucky Plows, $3 Now is time to buy from n,e8 L. F. HOLBE USE FERTILIZE They Pay on all Crops anil on any Kind of Land. Write us for prices and information about tt use of FERTILIZERS; they pay liandsmml on the investment when intelligently applied We are the largest manuf act arers in the wor' and manufacture FERTILIZERS of all -rA and for all crops. Virginia-Carolina Chemica Memphis, Tennessee. Bransby &Bo AGENTS FOR E FU PAIII m Meat, Lard, Hams, Canned Mi Bologna Sausage, Etc. always on hand in cai We Solicit a Share of Your Patron Our terms are cash. Packing House at Phone 48, Macon, Miss. OOOOOOOOOOQGOOGOQGO'd For 8.20gS-4 Full Quart OP THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-OLD i Calhoun Pure R isk o 0 t W iliib ill Main l'nnU.ir. tn I..J1..1. .lilfll f oU all miuiment, V Uiu yon g-.t it nud li.l II, If il. la not Hiriictiry1l II ol uiir Hi (ioiim- in yuur will be diwrfullr rtlumleil, Tlii .nr)JMuj'fi.iii)mnllii tlio nmrtcat. V r cknii ot Imnd nuil ' fi,,i,?ffi!,l5r".1,T,rr ;li"t"' lioiHfu. W Imvo bwu d.iiiiB tlili0itriiiidtthn Hm..tanari.rli())-6ri., and m to mir r-K"""""2 S"w tuT.aa" ti ito p.'p! 0,""g " ,ou m) or 'en'"" SOLOMON & LEVI, 1928-1930 First Ave., P. 0. Box 33, Birmingham, $ - u. u. J-rict Hit tor otlir gnodi on oviilloauon. Whim writlnj plaiuw lueuilon 1,000,000 TO LO In Alabama and Mississippi, at 8 per fj Lender pays commisMon. Liberal terms offered. Apply t j CHAS, STKO.V Mu-jon, Mif, 8f I m ' VW M V TZJ iiwi niuj Stock.