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lead, kept at ilACOXBEACOX SHUD SVEHY tATCRruY. M I T. FEHR1S. .. o.in aivrn.perie.nnm il.Ort, rday, Jan. 10, 1903. -till liolls up to ! l-ie in Meia Xf w Orleans. Corn if eti!! too usi.lering the lagr crop. f. F. McCool of KoH-ineko, w 1 chancellor to fnccffil Con- j i Rryd. lie is w.-H known sibilitses of tb: frr! rt the district find wi!l tneet i unable to uaiersiatj : every county in hii circuit. "Farmer" on Good Roads, j ErrroR Beacon : j Thinking that a few thon.ihts from 1 tlie eastern psrt of the county tuifht I i of interest to some, and ti:c been 1 "ruminating for om time tKMit the condition of things in ffnersi in this section, sad the moj and icsd'r rosd in particular, concluded to sir my' Tie w little in reference to food rj.Us. When I travtl aronnd in this n.h prairie reicB bordering the p-.gbee riv er, aud think of the wondrrful r.. ie section, 1 am the apath-T, or Brooksville Jottings. Motes from the State Line. Several iiuportaat change in bnsine The little folks of Fairfield had a seal rS.iirs hsve come with the new year, jtime week. Mrs Shblton ar Mr. S.iui Tste has sold his stock of , ras ped a little tree aIonj with noun- The Sec.-at of Long Life ('insists in kefnintf all the inm or- to which the children were ioennitted to invite Tti cans of rlie body in healthy. renUr c lion, and in nniclv ilrtnvinr (leaillj d wv crtm. Kbvtrif I'i ters rtgnl Stiiinach. Hver c.nl Kidneys, pnrify ,1 i !!'.' blood h' d uivc a spli'iidid appetite. They work wonder tu curing Kidney troubles, reinaie Complaints, Nervous Mr, Austin Short bought t!u-v distvr.sed fruit to their eoest. ! Diseases. Constipation, Dyspepsia and bin: out. Mr. Perry fpencer. who hl Then on Xmas nifiht Mrs. IS. T. denes ! Miliaria. Vijroron health and strength invited teacher and :he children, Mis ! always follow their use. Ch.lppel 'cK'nrr.v and a few others to 1 siiiiranfeed at .1. F 'or sjrrts were rl vine , her cost li me and c (To thoui a most Etichht'iliood last j handful supper a d a Irlihttnl little foods to Mr. Will Smith, who wi,l con-. Friday aficrnooii exercises tinae the bns;nes. In the f.rm of O'ttsn & McLt-od the JicLrod interest j their parents has been purchased by Mr. Glenn. Mr ' the order of thiaits, a I D. Borders has retired from th mer ! aronn.l the tree ,rl 1 - lii.aren revel sc. d after marching tisT.ns recitinir, t tc. , ieemm.r unconcern cf in intelligent, broad minded citizens in reference to t" aft The a. cf Mr. darnain Barnes i tiw.iv4 ui.uura c:.izens in j 'nsf'-fr.Cf' matters re nniet in In . , L , , mi., one important Question. ' ' c ! I am not posted jr.s: now as to the . rally are petting tne m.td.ahont cost aa3 ,e5. fM , . tr later thin l-eiore the efSce wa vvi .,. . v. , .. Sm winter roads, but on,v want to me asr ini-'Ton rovfirnir.enT ( lL . . ... . , . , " ti. u"us' me mt,er ro me attention cf ti.e on 'Ihe iiistorv of Free Masonrv" at :i.-to make votes for P.ooserelt bT ,-, .., ... ... . , , , , ! CKIZSns fi this section, and if possible, the pottic installation of officers of R.C. i , ... ? ' ..-w.jet tnetu interested in the qnwticn of ratty LoU-e, was tnnch appreciated bv lu.m a iiuouc lueeime ana re. : .... . .t l:. . . - ., . ... . w muasr meia 10 nie , mn oi c;s nearers. it was Terv tee, ii he resignation of thp TvntrTnctr i . . i . ' I , . ,: ... , '! "UI,Jmw ajvantsses the solid cm-! repute with mstrnction and interest i v ori?cted. too. when the nAonlp nf . . , --r-- - iuri ana pieasmes that coaU be tb ir . state cansed a governor, Ames, to ; the ,,m04t iQ.ak.n!jlb;e amfl0Ct that ' sn.bnt noiwitbitan iiog that the ob- : won!J be sareJ t0 jB ,ie t, i JUs oEcer moved himseif and bap. I tear cf yehkvg an3 etock .f we r . ue.ouu ue ta.'uuues w uie i:ate. had graveled roads. I believe t" i V -i 1 Ind.anola trouble will soon blow ; MViDlf to the people of this v'. ,i-t became It is too inrhcmScant a tha wr .... t ,v.-.., . . .. , ... Z .' caiiiile wor him out . ' tetn clerking for Mr. Wm. Dotherow has ret n reel to Shn.jnahik. T1 i,.. their trade in tt week. A c li.!ii:tte of citizens waited . ente: tainmei.t. on them ard ri-;tuted them to leave at .Mrs. J . C. Win : their ear. ies! coi venieiice. Thtv lead- same crowd, with a few yonng people ily acresd to do this and went north that ; added to the quests, and t' ey had a ternocn on the five o'clock train. ! hishlr ecjcvable evenuii;. with the sow! thirpi to eat, jramos Christmas Tree. mm entertained the a i eeK ot i'rayer m tr.s interest of raissicm. is in prepress at the Baptist church, Rev. Mr. Thornton rf Stark viiie spoke at the c:-::n.- Tnetv etc. The yoting per pie braved the weather and the bad roads a id attended a dance and supper at Mrs. McC. L Sanders', and had a bU time on Tuesday night. The merriment at Frirfield cnlininat Minnie Cox thinks she will be ; wenid, alone, the bnihiir,. i 1 It,. .UiUUi. VUilifcS BIIC Will VC VCnvii l r.T.-.. "-.wed to ua'd her place by having j 1 rnu.a ;', ne renegade DetaoeraC run the oSce i disenssin- the q'nest' w-h fr her. I . . ' " """ vt vsr aoit premises? citi;---- F -j-' Tlie coal trouble ill be settled I thm thas!astic oathe sabjret. teady r i out the time our quarrels with the ! f," wl"'Di, t0 u j ' !k"-T faS :-' ": I the nhdertakirs cn foct th-n w'-v i-eman begin. 1 t3ckl. tht ROoJ rJJ ,s . .... , , 7 tTT.TT , L seems to ns that this ctttKion ce:.i.i lbe latest hngl.li hatchet sent buia no more huin: acnoffieu was reeieveil by Mrs. Carrie Nation j nothing that won'd so perpetuate their from a British admirer. memory and hand dawn :o succe.::::; '. 'er.er,it:cr.5 a herita-e ;:t- -' a-- r..Tel rcaJstr.at wc-: ; .. s '. : o s t. t!.- ii. - - . ' : v. - A tnOKcmett that wjsli -' - i tv-nerjtioc! a th'.nj cf beauty .. . . j forever. ... . lei oir r"nnr-Tnr i -a tt- . 'MID rt.THU !A tLi n tk- . " -.s lit s-d V, M.i'er, s: Kr m.n hiiich. .'ere i:.v : '.v..' :i ! :: their invitations '. the Bachelors' ; 'e. j;t nera"y. Only 50 CN, Jones' ilrnir store. j Kinds Way to Liv Longr. 1 The startlimr aniioiinreiuent of a Di Iceveiy that will surely lengthen life is made by editor 0 H. Downey, of Chu .' rubusco, Ind. " I wish to state, "he writes, "that Dr. King's New Diseor ery for Consumption is the most infal lible remedy that I have ever known for Ceiitih, Colds aud tir p. Its invaluable !e rople with wenk Inngs. Ilaviag this w 'iiderfnl medicine no one need dread Pneumonia or Consumption. IU relief I is instant and cure certain." J. F. Jeties gnarantees every 50c and $1 tot If thtv aie N't Club S .u. h.t All .litTreiit HokUre. 1 ' If ton are '' n-td cf a c' or i;U'h'P 'u the Jrwe;,' C L. Heimn-tr I'rysta! e lace. tliict silt tltt llrinr etr. lUveoi l t i. if th. rheanril. Hid b t"i! g.l. Kverr .,....! Th. iJorf lUii"d. None blilt.r'Vilii'l LOOK, READ AND CONSIDER. Here 1 am in tht m-i ".'liciti.. "' patroni;t From now and on, 1 will be found at John Cook's old stand, to eo mnrs.iav nictii, vrnen ine tsovs i , , . ,,..'.,,.' , ,i - . .. " ! tie and gives trial bottles free c? K.or. l t hv!. 1 !!!f.',r lnnlfi?!,-,, to a tiirkev rc.;-5 Wagons, Bnggies and Carriages, aud do general blacksmith work. HORSESHOEING a specialty. All work guaranteed. Thnks for pat favors, and hoping for a continuance of same; Yonr humble. drc6-3m. V.H. Burg. A Chance to (io to Housekeeping, " ivy. liiiv is f cr i t-nt. Von can but !:ieh consists of n : 1 c " c verv reas.ir.a i c: n - J. 7.A , rs a Box OKDINAJrE . O 110. An 0 diniars tt Brgula'.t tht Building and ft . .( aia.mallr. In th Fire limits of the City of Macon. Section I. He It ordained lit the Mayor .hhI llnir.l ni I ereien nt the l itv of Ma eon ili.it Hie til In win i; -i lew ilk- and streets 't!i!:i the Mre limit .hall deel ived the I, .-t,!-.r ii: I I. ilieil -i'lew Ci.- ill s:cld eitv. , ! .; I :lP , I.I (' ': : . ' .. n . i-ir It wh hi n t lie t ' ' in . '. nf -'nli', e.itli-l-ete. I vk' w,tl'h' "r- ; ";i a. s.. 1 Silver Fa- I , i 'k I V "i1 ' I ! 1 f L i' : j ; i p : ; i a i 1 - m.l l.'il "Hi ' famt-V'-WTHxnnfrrnK , : A '. . , ' " 1 ' 1 1 ( IllliiSiiifciJI V H h1 Hr v.----b ill. L-':, PASrt BA i'-Tifi. -v.t ':.l-:.' . ! fc.VM',,,, ; AYfRctableFrcparalir-nrorAs- jf '' j slnUatlngthcFoodmutRogula- f 5' rt ial rt T,t Tr.fiftT 1117 '! TfJ s. j .; , ocssaivdRcst.ContdiDsncilricr 1$ 0 a JU Opnjm.Morphine nor Mineral, if (i f aA' Not Narcotic. 1 l 1U ji (4r fi'rs,: 1 i!- i Apfrfert Remedy rorfonsfipa- j ' f V:! '' 1 i lion, Sour Slomath.Duirrlioca. ! '-" " '- di ii'.... .. f I..: i- i..u i . ' ' ' ncss and I.OSS OF .c '.2:r-: '' : V. J ,,. ,i ,. : : i i r I A perfect Remedy forfonstipa- linn.SoiirSlnm;irh Tii.irrlinc.i i!vvi;.i-,r'nivtilsio'is,Feverisit-1 :ss and I.OSS OF J- xi lac Siniite Sisjin'i't'i M.iy.ir. 'I in nte Jieciprot'ity for the mtinuftietureri .t the fxiense of the farmers is the i motto of the administration. The present policy of the repubii- ins seems to he to spoil the an ist broth with too taativ cooks. our The President proposes to force expensive naval pr.r.im on the untryif he csiu accomplish it. re I't'dless of tlie wishes of the people. j to draj alcsj h the satse sli "c: I rat to the esi cf t:ie asi Kaie j fort tc lmprcve on: ::z:.:y - : : lonr ccniirion s: xlkh ' the livic .v r. Sursl- chei- M icon ii with I pleai ia at a si sret -'hat wet .:e Id a: iabie senator Burrows of Miehigan j PIe i! w t4-3 e&T- it iikiy states that he wul vote on the: Cuban treaty in aeeordanee ivi'ih the instruetion? cf the Beet Snjar Trust. .a cut thrct 1 ttn snre it w value cf ccr iat ish w.iiii c ; izecs tha I per: t.r asd 1 i B2d Civ bn. esal.e cs t: cottcn ;V(te :'; av teen fchrw: i e'tly f;r so maty year; r: p;r:i:- A frW Wrri- : the Be:L 1 lie AiJSsisMpji: ;0lwei lady, now drawing pay as postmistress may not he a rood couk. i ut she ImS OOt thf. ill',:ni.'l r'ir.n ir.-A V ,.. i r -",,vu ?c we read ana """'V ifrc-taoc.cfM&'i f;reu.'.st t3- SineChn- I,:y dead i "SS and , injured is th? rec...r-i of toy j stimniati tcec to iitersifieJ s Pistols in X'-rf-lk, Ya, Green culture to the raising of stock, Christmas always n.kes fat church- in hay at3 the proiactioa of bntte M.I.r- Mr r. :-:'-- i:.; lf--ee are '. week. We a: I safe a,'i ef-cY: i jt J, F. cores ' ."! ic n. We ue com for- ii-s dealings ston Store. ; is a E'ri.'t "0 c:s. T::e 13 GOOD OIL AT FATTY'S Mr R. C. Patty his an icellnt jnality cf oi! which he sells at 25 eti a gallon. M ,r.v ? tees threwn into s i i: ",v teian'e the death o a r.-jlected cold Dai, v house ar.l i loved . A H D ' s i i r .Ii; yarns, partieu ies have pui.s ,al':V Wti. eu the pretti- The fiennan jce- i- frothin; at the mouth btcuu-e Vw:)c Smn nl-o has some backbone. Jn the lan guage of the IJelirew Kipling, '-why do the lKathcn ra'e and ittniu'inL' a Tain thinr'' A black cut. its feet shod with walnut she!!-, nearly tau-ed a pan ic in Hmry Hall ,iu the National Caj'i'.o! about miun'ght on New Yeat's. Tht noise caused by the one pocr cat souultd to the sleepy watchmen like a troop of cavulrv and, only tJu-r the fuli guard wus called out, nts tt.e actual trouble discovered. venr- h HV on: j If a.l our business men would jt!;;r sh&nlders to the wheel, v ie!,J their aid and inStjeoc in jli'hin mannfactnrin enterpi buildicj,' irraveled reads and tn I afeinS c-nr jiecple in stock ratsici', making and dairying, we believe section would asrain bloom like roif, he as pro?perons and contented as ! ,' m the days of yore. Surely, this con dition of thing" is to be desire. Then, why not get tofetner-for in a ' multi tude of connsel there is wisdom, "-and get the good road question in shape and ne-nn with tne coining of the new year to formulate plane and get to work at an early day. Theae is no project that is or ccald be of more interest to the citizens of this section. rented ly Bradfor'l We hone Br-xki house has be, '-ily from Ahibama, M h-r three dau-hb-rs -y will like thtir new !.;. Jue merchants are qui;., bu-v this ttitf :oraieliiti the ccuntry pecple with 'M'i;M iruiin,' implement!. The i:I wind- are putting the land in fine liditi';!! f'ir T, I, 111 f'll I f IJ- .,,,.1 f. I si"'", 'inn Hunt ai T.u.wices me larmers are goiua to work in earnest . Mis. J. J, Hardin has been quite ill for "everal days. She is better now. Little Carrie Lanier is still very sick. n::vr Syr. it ii the -r-at cure for co: ! lc:.'i.-!is a.il all pulmonary ailments. Price 25 and 5'i ct at J. F. Jones'. With cotton factories (and I under cur turn The U. S. Civil St: vice f.'ojinnis. sfcn rejiorts that fvr the year end ing June SO, 1 ;:;, there- were iJ.cs:; persons appointed from its rtvistejs There wa i.wj more than was ever before ujjp.oin;td in z sini-ie vear. Anyone wl-l,h- it-f-rmetioa shout these jioitinii- chu S'-eurt it free Ly writing for the Civil Service nil- nouneeuieiit of the Columbian Cor. re?pondence ColltL'e, Wahiujrtou, h. C. The Couiuo-sion will hold examinations to secure young men sunn :rom good authority th factory is about to materialize i .te raw material into finished inbi Vs, w:!h the re-establishment cf the co;uv fi..rs t u stimulate the farmers in raii-ing ftock. hay u'ji in dairy!:,;', aud i iv..-!-e-J highways running trim M .evn out cur county won t'j the Bigbee liver s-ta-.d at the head cf : and advancemnt. Then, cf a w.ucd we have a eood'y land-c! ivcu:d almost equal the prtmi cd eld a land that wcull vf-nl "ut.u milk and honev. "FA?'.:.-;. The many friends of Miss Katy MeLeod will be gl to learn she is very happy in her new home, us will be H-.n by the following from a Ml. I'ieasint. Tenii. paper; At the home nf .Mr, and Mrs Henry ilailm. Mi,, .M,..,0,i f,nI ti'tlaiiicd la.-l S aurday cvcniir,' in I'cr usual eh .irmii!-; mantn-r at pco--'rcs.ive ll ieUi. ();. ,,f ,, )oM plea-in: f.-aiiire, oi il. eveuin-r were !j"U'lt:f!l1 I'l'ilt. S.-lc-iions' ,,.. d-reii by Mi- Aiihi .NY,!,. ('.. -nr.ui- i- tin '! ..'iter ill I; le' i r i'"' i l'Vel,ir re sen,.. .' Wcrr ,l in". Mai-; u. Annie 1) . W. I'l '. IIi-miv !.. cnt ! ;i . If. .. ADMISISTKA10R-3 .NOTICE fnd women I, ' tL s: places during come churn,' .','areL and Aptil. at Meridian and Yieksburg, Many jitoplt do not know that I. '-e appointments are made with-j proverb. v- i'ul,ui muuence una that l- , ri ., .... . u.uugoniy a common sthoo edneation, but nuclj is nov the case. the butter won't put a penny in the is an old time rl.-nVv It often seems a: work though no one has ever New Century Comfort Oibne are daily finding a world of comfort in Backlen's Arnica Salve. It Jfills pain from Burns, Scald?, Bruises Cut?; conquers Ulcers and Fever Sores' cures Eruptions. Salt Rheum, Roils and Felons; removes Corns and Warts. Lest Pile cure on emb. Only 23 cts. 8tl)- F- Jones' drn stora. When mothers are worried because the children do not gatn strength nnd flh ..... sav Purina HFEED JSt isavesfK Tynans LOOK DONKtY ON EVERY 6ACK. BtrRAUSE IT GOES ONE-THIRD ART HER THAN OORN AND OATft. 44. BO YEARS y EXPERIENCE 1 mi' svr- .''- mm Mnllrif eich awl "Tl'IP-!"!! i,ii rfim r.nr fiiini"ii rrec wiiBiimr i.XlM''iW. HANDBOOK " I'atauU r";i ln tbrnavh Mimn Cg. iimuW Scientific nmltm. Mann M tint ftn,9'. -,ariial. 1i-rii,,a J:. f II. tH4 bf ail F.Bw.ajlf ra. e ,,, Mmi Vmvv strength and flesh give them Scott's Emul sion. It is like the penny in the milk because it works and because there is something astonishing about it. Scott's Emulsion is simply a milk of pure cod liver oil with some hypophosphites especially prepared for delicate stomachs. Children take to it naturally because they like the taste and the remedy takes just as naturally to the children be cause it is so perfectly adapted to their wants. For all weak and pale and thin children Scott's Emulsion is the most satisfactory treat- Vo will send yea the penny, . c, a cample free. Be aura thai tlili picture In llie lorni nt a label it n lli wrapper of every bottle ot Kniimioi) yuu buy, 5C0TT & BOWNS, Chemists, 409 Pearl St., N. Y. JSC. aoi tl.Xi i,U icjfcjista, I t i i 1 A 1; 1 I.N Mi 1 j Many of the Wotdi-, pimples ami jOth'-r aff-utions of tin- skin are i-aine! ! by the failing of the liver ;tn 1 liidneys to cist off Impurities which remain in the system. He; jiixe will stimulate the liver ami kiJneys anil cleanse the system of all impurities. Price 50 cts. at J. F. Jones'. REMARKABLE CL'RE OP CROUP. A Little toy's Life Saved. I have a few words to say regarding Cliamberlftin'sComrli Remedy. It saved my little boy's life ami 1 feel that I can not praise it enou-h. I bought a bottle of it from A. E. Steere of Goodwin, S. D., and when I got home with it the poor baby could hardly breathe. I save the medicine aa directed every ten min utes until he- " threw up " and then I thought sure he w.n going to chnke to death. We had to pull the p!i. ::m cn! cf his month in gr it !;!; - : , . . 1 :,, po.-itive that if 1 i; el r .- ; ' of cough i;i". Si i-; i if , ;,, 1 -.., be oil e:ir!b to .1 ly , -,i . ; ; wood, Iowa. .S i, I !-';. . cc .Son, M 1 -on, ' Crooks', lo.-. - -. A Cure for !.;.. ' W. C. I.; .ni-oii, , , : . from lui:.' 1 ;': Iain's, I'.i;;, i,,:.s, r-Iief, v failed to .-.' . 'hey &:-:,:.:, , lirook-,.; . last ror--r ;. STEEL ?- ' ' 1 : COM SI Ii. -. .g;i r-t . ( JONS', or' .- The sliupe-lioldiuf; part of High Ai t Inmiri'd Clothing are all tailored liy liand. Coat fronts hare hiindreds of tiny stitching in the Lair cloth stiff filing the lapels are wondroiu ly worked. High Art Insured gar ments therefore hold their shape as long us the cloth ho ds out. A. Klaus. HcGoe'o Backache and Kid. ney Curo ! '"!-.- you of backache, Kidncv cu.-cUons, etc. It U own fur tlicsu 1 tLo v.oi'ili cj i K-y M j tun n. 1 ' lif-;r r A I 1'V vi 1 !o- Ii!; Oy o !.. tilled :1 to th.- llolberg bile, Ala . and vou W STOCK. ' 'lie-ell ,!ave II miles 11. V i-..:t ore Dark 1 lie it;, I tail, ill line I '.-1 k or Hi own it. mane lili.l tail 1 .tinn lending to . . . ,r.i-l. !'. o- l'.ent.M -a. lxact copy or vra: laaLBft!AUaalaiSjthtv '.iki.;. S T A T Pleroiian HIIHVI.NU 'l',l'l I I, Mil n i:. 1 ; 1 ; t . r lie pri-ent ,(:. r .1 i A TIN OR METAL HQ Ql I-i a good roof only so long i.s it i, kept ..rovrlv ,,.. ,..,.. . Mi it,-rit.i win io as ion, a, jt ,lJ. ,,w ' , , ,' ; , ;"' (iron rust) mid J-iirswi f Jii iH .hhorl livcl. Ji , . . df For durability ,u uic-tnl a ,iif)t lrjlut tl A..,., '. , . : . uiid contract with thf ,iif.ii,l th. ,.i... est degree in " ,l ' s" v"- W FEDERAL ROOFING PAINT 11 .a juipuivsioie. lor UiiK pmiit to era:k, jh-.-I or blii-W t ally free from a'l acids or other ifijuLus iuKre-lieoi. and in l.rooMiuon tor an metallic urfaces preventing rust or corroM,,,, A Leaky Roof. Can be made perfectly waUrrtigM by the;ir. perapjilKiotion of lU ;it It li, guaranteed to hint five yr.. ' 1 UKIFAlll HkB Oil t JiV THE EEDEItAL PAINT AND OIL COM A XV. UKTROIT, Jill mm; Ii v M.i:jv ' 1 . i ' 1 1 yeni . ,il, I, :' '!' !-i I, t. 'lhink "' 0''- itiglrn river, i' 'oriimi ;,,ii orthcui n;s luxTzi.ci:, Moeon. Misx. " Vorninfj, 'v. m In -i;iiiig ill ' ''"' T-t '"' eoillloiieil ,y '.. I!, At'til.Sn.'H, V.'. li. ALGl'STL'S. '!'- o' Hau.ap.d's Snow -- a r::nge of usefulness uy ',i!o-r ie,..-(y. Ada ill evei v lem-eholil b.lu- j where there are children, that i " " ' rru-e iju ami 50 ctn. at J. e ,Jone '. ' S '. . time airo ii.j li 'iM'o'. r caught a n-Ve.e cold. .She in mpiaoi, d of ,aim in her clie-t and hud a bad cough. I gve her Chaniberlain' Cough Ueuiedj tucording to direetions and in two day he was well and able to go to school. I have used this remedy in my family for tne pant seven yearn and have nerer known it to fail, " lays Jauiei Premier Hast, merchant, Annato Bay, Jamaica, Went India Islandi. The pains in the chest indicated ah approaching attack of pnenmouia, which in this instance wis undoubtedly warded oft bv Cham berlain's Cough Remedy. For salt by T. S. Murnher & Son. Macon. Hnmil. ton & Meek, Brooksvillo. The crowned brails of every nation. The rich men, poor men and misers All join In piyitig tribute to DeM'itt'a Utile Enrly liisers. H. Williams San Antonio. Texas. writes: Little Early Riser pills are the best I everted in my family. I un hesitatingly recommend them to every Body. I ney cure Constipation, Bilious ness, Sick Headache. Toroid Liver. Jaundice and all other liver troubles, T. . Murphey & Bon. Unconseioua from Croup. During a sudden and terrible aitaclt of eronp onr little girl was untonscions triim strangnlatlon, says A. L. Spafford postmaster, Chester, Mich., and a do of One Minute Co igli Cure was admin istered and repeated often. It reduced the swi lling and inf! nnm itiou, cut the nineiis and . hortly tl;e child w i.s resting -y ': '-!i!v r.n--v -1--1. ceres ' ' 1 : : . ii i-;i :, ! oo I ail T in at J ; A S o, : '. '.c r Ache. ' - I ' , . I'.,. :lt :'" ' ' M'e.l it i'r Mr- ,:e, Va. Soe " w Life P.i s '' "' s'-'k lieadaclies: I 'in !o; two years. ' Cure 'l-': 'i'll, li! liollslless, ' .icieis' drug stoie. . ? lift Iwi Viin ILi.fl fhm Rniinla ts and Fsi OK lb MACON, MISS., DEC. 3r, J()02, l'liblinheil by direction , :..-ter HAiiinilni,.,! ,,, RKSOUltCHS: I.oaiiH aail ilianounls on peroi.at rnilor.v'nieiiiH.renl emute or col- lateral soriirltles f 12K,4St 70 Ovenlniftsseeurcil anil unsecured. llft,(HI 11 Htiiclts and Bunds H,lf!i fv Itiuikliis house, fiirnllnre mid lis. lures una Keal Ksliile Kxpenses Slulit oxcliunKe. l.'nsli on hand... 12. ia si e.Mirii i"i, inn a.' 't,IKI!l iS I ' Mill Capital ; ni in Hui -plus I'lldlvlcle.l prnilts Indlvldmil ,I,m,.,; elieek. Time fell III, ;,!,.. .,; Wills n,,val.!- Hue ni tc rl ni:. , i . Ul(lise.iim! . t'ertul.-d I'll ,. :ii7,iia Tlt . I.J. R ...M res, Cashier nl the Merclmeis ,ie,l I ,,-.. , h.-r..hyoer.l,y tliut the i,-el!it, ls a ,rut, fllll .,.,., , ' ; Mahllitiesof faiilliMnkmui,,.,,,,,- ,,, " laiiie, s',)rnl ami auuserlhed before me a clerk of r, ree l r., , ry,"l" Mls.ssi,,, UiKlliellfi hiy or .liui'v, ;m:: llMin Ined and round current. u i , I -HI !. .. This 7th day of Ja.i'y', Itiel. ' '' ',''1"""' SHOWING CONDITION OF THt; BANK OF MAC Macj Mississippi, on December 3ist, i do..', Resources" ioans ami illHeounta oi personal eudorseiueins.realestaleor eol latiiml neeurilles ( Overdrafts secured on notion Hiinklni! house, furnliuro and llttires Kn peases Taxes Si'.lll i eloil,o. tVh "ii li.mil VI,!''. 50,112 SH ii ,.') I7 li I 1,1111 ;:,) .si-: i i i.iio; :l.l ' .. Capital paid Hm plus Vndivlded I'luii; IlKllvldlllll He:, elieek Thin-1 eri HI,- 1 1 LlAD'UTIES t! 'I U V'.Mlli tt lijficl L. F. HOLBERG, Sole Agt., " 11,8'3m Macon, miss. New Goods! New Ooods!! AT m liilrniilift'rW THE BIG STORE. v K lis,,, j ; A , can supply your vuuitf in v. in tic way of mor, d.,.,,,,!; (, C. L.IIEINJUCJrs Crystals Silver Falaeo is tbe place nml the only place in Macon where you nun find a large and nioe awwrtmimt of Cliinairare fiiaissware, Silver Plated ware, Solid 8trliij Silver ware and Jewelry Ilavihtnd Dinner ,S'ts, 100 pieties for $30 and $32.50. Carlsbad Dinner Sets, irora $18.00 to $25.00 ; China Cake Plates, f-om 25c to $3 50 each China Halad IJowls. Fish and Game Sets, Soup Toureens, Cuspidors, Cracker Jar, K0e Bowla, Choco late PoU, Pisipie Figures, Vases, Cup and Saucers, Silverware and quadruple Plated Gooda, Cut Glass Water liottles, I3owls, Trays, Tum blers, Lamps in great variety, Glass Water SetB, Chitw Toilet Sets and numerous other articles. - ornO'Oti'ninc ?., i !".-iin-l . .I;UM!!U'V, U H 1 Sa &?!..! --i i f t B.When y W gar euts bearing tht an, iDei you know that you will bs satinfled. The makers insnrt fit, ma king, cloth and color. They protect you-WE touch for tht truth of their prommt tt rnq. x. KLAUg OHO Dyspepsia Cure uigests what you eat. ?.,.t?i!?aIaAl0,con.uln' . of tht food. It glTts instant ralief and nerer tht food you want. The moat teotltlr femacht tan ukt it. By Itt uM mant ?.u".nd of dmptlct taavt been eurtd after mrythlDf elst failed. Ii for tht stomach. Child with wenk stomacha thrift on IV Under New lafMiiur:-;;' ! Mfg. Cotton Seed Produc '"'ring your Scedtothc Mill.wlrrcy will always receive the hiln-st market price. Mmmm i for And most earnestly solicit vour ot-.K-rs our line. Ouu Motto Not as good but !-ticr than any Competitor, Try a case ol onr Huntsman Maryland Ilye, 4 FuIHji T T w is . . 1JJ1.M VmlED, Return if not satisfactory Pure Old Red Eye, per gallon Bob Burns. Pure TTnnrl.ih,.at, p Dixie "Unequalod" . . AH grades of Pure Liquors irorn $1.50 to 8.00 pcrg HOIBEKO B, o. H01BeS" $2; 21 jralln. i. 2. ift' tic:,) y"-', ... . 4 ' ' V u