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EASO N w,1' yu should buy your clothes of W. M. LAM- ml 1 1 uiiov7i ii yuur Kiiuwicuje ui mcir positive newness. The pronounced change in fashion this Spring makes it imperative for you to buy of a store that keeps up with the style as we do. We have the latest models from ScblOSS BfOS & Go., the celebrated tailors of Baltimore and New York. Look around and then come here and get a guaranteed suit for from $10 to $15. To Realize Genuine Foot Comfort h i V.:' By . SCII LOSS t;6S. A CO. Fine Clolhcs lHakers Baltimore and New York buy a pair of our $3.50 and $4.00 CRQSSETT SHOES hnd then vou will appreciate the fact that they "flfoahc life's lUalh Jas." Our devotion to the principal of giving every patron his "Money's worth or money back" has secured us a bountiful share of success. Yours for business, W. M. mm Lamberson. 7Mf V-Y r u 2l 1' . v 1 jrjQVISQWfl&fl STATION aMONTCOW.Hf Nil I I Xo. .1 SV. I JACHJOKtllMI TIMS OF TRAINS AT TIMK Or TRAINS AT MACON, SOI'TII IlDl'Ml. i lnllv) 12: in 11. m dlniiy) 12:11 p. ill (daily rxn'pt Sunday) a. in North Hui-nh. No 2 l-'uvs (dally) :t:22a.ni No 1 (dally) 1: 17 i. in No I; (daily fjiM'pL Sunday) l::!.ip.m Farmers Meeting at Hebron. The Merchant mill Farmcra Union of Hint Ncxubee and West l'k-keiis will J. L. Carpenter. At the home of Mr. : stein In this city, at . 15. .1. 4 : 15 o' IIiiuhi- lock on Rivii a harbcnie anil picnic on Veilnn- j Thnrsdny morning. Mny 2 1 Mi, Mr. .1 I., ilny next- May Soth, nt Hebrjn chiircli , t'jrpi'tt'T breathed his last. He was a to which tlm finlilic areonrilisilly ipviti-il. I native of thin county, :'w a win of several prominent speakers lire expected to bo preFent an 1 a big time is looked for. Musicale Postponed. The Walter Marker Chnpter V. D. C. on account of inclement weather have postponed the musicale, which was to have taken place Friday niht. May 2", to Monday ni'lit, May 'JS. An inter esting program has been prepared ami a good audience is hoped for Notice Stockholders. i The Macon Beacon Local and Personal. Mr. Troy Cole and son were in thc tit v Friday. Mi- Lillian Scott of Columbus, is iyiMtiiij; Mr. K. C. Ilerron. Mr. 11. li. Harlan, ..f Mt. Pleasant. Jcnn., in the county looking after his i.irniin interests. Mrs. (Iinio,. Kichardfon has returned hulne t n in a vi-it to tier old home at '( iiiinluml. A 1 : i . e Noxubee Rilleshave been invited to take part m a bata'dion dr 11 i:i Me- ydian on une li'.h. Mr and Mrs. .1,(1 Horton are now jiutli Mr and Mrs. T. W. Crigler on the fUcl Side. Mrs. lirndy and son, who have been IVisilinK .Mrs, W . 1' . Si ales leave today S -r tin-ir home in Mobile ( apt. (1, I' Waller, of Crawfoad, was i tile city this week and a pleasant uler in the lieacon ( lllice Mi"s Sal lie Fc te, leaven today fur 9hen lo vi-.it h i- cull-in Miis Jlinnia .itty. ('jhimbiis I'mnmoieial. Mi.-i (ieneyieve I'ults, of Koscin ko Jnd Mijs Willi, iinsun, of lat le K-ick are !?ii"sts of Mrs. K. V. Ame. Mr. John Patly, ,Ir,.vas in Meiuphi", nn . jereral diij-s thin wepk on bud- f pertaining to his future welfare. C'ircut ClerkScalcs (inished up his re'. 'erinK tour of the county on Tuesday t.l .iirvicw beiiij,' the last place he qted. Mrs. 1. 1-. Holberg ami Miss. ,Vo:d- f ird will entertain at cards on Tuesday xt in honor of the Misses Sharman of Pridian, Mis (,Ttrude AiiKiistus is visiting lativesi in Tuscaloosa. She will at "Hlie eoiniiieiicenieiil, at the I'niver- '' 1 ' Alabama. II. II. Brooks, Jr., delivi red l'i iiddie-s at the eninnmiieeiiinnt cxer- of the public school at Sliunnutuk flinr.-day night. Mesr. and N . and Howard Sea'ea l'"l il. M. Flvnn wi.nf lo llni-nside tke lat week. They wern j.iinei there 1T Mr. V. C. Cavett of Hoiiktan. Mrs.W. H Connor and dauLditor, of German. Ala . and Miss Kuth Hamb- k. who was on her wav to her home in Jruoksville, were in thc city yesterday. Mrs. J is. Mitchell Ha little son, "'. of;i!arto,v. Kin., are visiting 8 family of y. M. llrovles, on Olltll Third utrcaf Pnlninbna Dia" iti-h. Mrs. E. B. Boyd will return next week '"i Memphis, where sho has been for c P-'itt six weeks in an infirmary. Her f-'lth, we are glad to report, has been f ored. Mr. Leslie Nicholson, who, several 'Ms ago was engineer at the Imperial 'ton Oil Co., has returned to Macon 1,1 will be connected with that com iny. Th J. Z. (lenrge. Club of the Macon fi'led and High School eliioyod a pic- lctIlowurd'8 I.nke. Thev werecnan- f'nedby Mini I.nhi (irijr''? and Miss '"'to Aunstiu. Tho Hecon had a plui.iant call tliif ',f,k from Mr. John Binlon, of Fox '"I' ami Dr. S J. Adania, of 1'ulas ' Florida, who will locate near l'ox raP- The neoiilii of that neet.lmi ro to wnjrratimhited. 'r. R. S. Colinuan ban purchased le ,ld Westlield home at MashnlavillB. l tract of uures uf land adjoining. house waa built beforu the war and ,,, 0ne of the finest in a aection noted r "h lint and pnl-itial n-siJonccg. Mrs.I. L.Clemens and rtnnbti.r Hun- f " wil1 leave next week for Wash- .wn.where they Ko to visit Miss Emi "aril. Mrs. Clemens' health has n very noor. for I"1 W''l receive mnlieal ntlr.tt,,n mb.VIl '"ends hope will rest ore her to.health , All stockholders of the Macon Lyce um Co, will please meet in my office on Monday morninp; May 'JSth l!MI(i at 0 :liO o'clock. Business of importance to be transacted including election of nffi- cers. All stockholders please be pri sent i or send proxy. , It lii;oims, r. II. V. Ya i i:s, President. Secretary. Court Term Changed. On aec-int of a change in the judi cial district in which Noxubee is located, the summer term of circuit ceurt has been changed to the Ihird Monday in August to the third Monday in July. The winter term remains the same, the second Monday in I'chrcary Winston county was taken out of the district and Lowndes county added. Married. Mr. Ross K. Connor and Miss Mattie Maria Urit t were married on Monday morning last , at I J :() a. in., in the of lice of Circuit Clerk Scales by Rev. W. L. Duren. Brooksville Jottinsrs. Mrs. J. X. McMonics, Miss KateCole. Messrs. Tucker Madison, (lus Cunning ham and several othert went up to Col umbus to bear N'ordica sin They pronounced her ahead of anything ever heard before. Mr, John Wootton's family enjoyed a living visit from Mr. R. K. Wootten and wife of Cbickasha last Saturday and Miniiny. I lie tar West surely agrees with them, if good health and spirits are anything to judge by. Mrs. A S J. Glenn has recently had as visitors her sister, Mrs. George and children of Humbolt, Tenn. Miss Minerva l' inner has closed her school at Mayhew, and domiciled with Mrs. J. M. Calmes for the summer. Mr, brnmetl Danlzler and wife of Macon have been guests at Mr. Sam Cunningham's this week. Business lias called Mr T. J jHop kins away several days recently. Mr. Tucker Madison has just returned from a visit to his sister, Mrs. Stroup, in Decatur, Ala. Mrs. .1. 1). Weeks and children of Ac kerman are visiting Mrs. B.M. Boggcss. Mrs. A. H, ,1. Glenn and children have gone to Ovctte to see relatives. Miss Ruth Hambrick and Lora Mc Morries have been elected teachers in the High School. Mrs. McMichacl re signed to accept a more remunerative position elsewhere. Mr. Will McLcod and bride nee Miss Sammie McDanicl aceompaniedjby Rev, Mr. Zwingle, who performed thc cere mony, Misses Pierson and Archie Mc Lcod, sisters of the groom arrived from Medan. Tennessee on the noon train Wednesday. They are at home at Mr. J L. Fctersons's. Thc remains of Mr. J. L. Carpenter, who died in Macon carlyThursdny morn ing, were brought home that afternoon After religious services at the house conducted by Rev. Mr. Sibley, the body was taken to the f unily burial grounds, several 'miles west of here, for interment. The family has thc sym paly of their many friends and neigh bors. The meeting that has been in pro gress at the Cumberland Presbyterian church for some days clo'ed Wednesday evening. Rev. Mr. Logan' the visiting minister surpassed what we had heard of htm. His practical, searching, and eloquent sermons will be long remem bered by the church going people of this villiage. His -congregations were large and attentive from beginning to close. We hear that Mr. II. H. Brooks has sold his town property, knoivn as the Brooks House to Mr. J. G. Peterson. Mr. Brooks was in town Teursday. Notice to the Public. Mr. Eilmnnd Caipenter of ISrooksyllle, -and has bepn a citizen of that town all his life. As the proprietor of the ' 'Car penter House" at Brooksville up to three yenri agr). ho was probably one of the best known men in East Mississippi, his courteous, cordial treatment of the traveling pnbiie inakina friend of each of his i;ncsts. Mr. Carpenter was born .VJ years ago and was married 211 years ago to Mifs Elizabeth Ilauenstein, of Macon, daughter of Mr. J. ,1, llanenstein, who, Willi two childen, Prof J. L. Carpen ter, of Clinton ( 'ollege, and Miss Ger trude Carpenter, survive him" Mr. Carpenter has for a number of years been in poor health and a great sulTerer, for the last two years being practically ennfuud to his room, and at the time of bis death was in Macon for medical treatment. He was a warm and loyal friend, an enterprisin;;, pro-gre-sive citizen, and a kind and loving husband and father, and his loss is a heavy one to Brooksville and Noxubee county. The Hkacon extends sin cere and heart felt sympathy to his fam ily in their bereavement. Sugar ("Jen Molasses 7" cents per gallon at Macon Mercantile Company. Methodist Church Services Brooksville. Preaching l'irst and Second Sundays S. L. Pope, Pastor. Sunday School Every Sunday. T. J. Hopkins. Snpt. I'.pworth ILeagne First and Second Sundays, Miss ltettie Tate. Pres, Home Mission Society -First Monday Mrs. J. M. Calmes, Pres. Prayer Meeting Every Wednesday eveningr X Pr.rie. Preaching on Third Sundays 11 a. in and 3 p. in. SundaySchonl Every Sunday, A'alter i nee, .-nipi. Home Misnon Society Mrs Nelson Stevens, Pies. Ntw Betbel. Preaching Fourth Sunday 11 a. in. and 7;:iil p. m, Sunday School -Every Sunday, f. W, Mnllinn, Snpt. Capt. James H. Duke Dead Jas. H, Duke died in an infirmary in Mobile last Thursday after an illness of several months. Attorney Richardson hasjbeen confin ed to his room several days this week. Do You Itch? If so, vou know the senniticin is not an agree .ble one, and b ird to cure mi les" the proper remedy i used. Hunt's Cure is theKinj; of all Skin remedies. Itcme promptly any itch ing trouble known. So matter the name or place. One application re lievesone box is absolutely guaran teed to cure. 'oV:-v.v':vfcv, At' -fir.. m WW: BENCH MADE WE preient for your inspection the new "Dorothy Dodd" Bench Made Oxfords. They are shoes of the choicest leathers, distinguished by good taste and refreshing origin ality, yet moderately priced. The line i ncludes the popular Gun Metal, beautiful Patent Leathers and the ever reliable lustrous Black Kid, in a profusion of shapes and stylet to delight the most critical. You are cordially invited to inspect these new models now on view. Priced at $3.00 & $3.50. WALTERS. PATTY mm ft.'.'.? m mn s ensahonal Summe Sale IS STILL ON AT j 1 1 1 This sale presents an opportunity to save money that will not come again soon. Special sale prices on everything in the store-desirable, seasonable merchandise at Mid-summer prices. Circulars have been distributed over the county this week with full price quotations. Get the circulars, read the circulars, and buy from the circulars. Save money by buying at this Sale. Remember dates: I). M Hiifwess net an apent of the Imperial Cotton Oil Co.. t Urooksville. I will have a local agent in Brooksville nnd the public will he duly notified as to his location, W.T.Connor, Manager. Death of Miss Mattie Boswell. Many friends in Noxubee of Miss Mat tie Boswell were saddened to hearof lirr death, which occurred in Mobile Tues day morning, May 15. She had been in poor health and went to Mobile for treatment In an infirnnry. Hie r mains were Interred in the cemetery at Suuciiiilak on Tuesday evening, the fu neral services being held at the Me.tho list church immediately on tho arrival of the train beating the remains from Mobile. She wits a daughter of the late A. J. lluawell and a sister of Mr. J A. Boswell. E. C. Scales t Co. The above is the title of a new firm in Louisville, Miss., having bought out the Watson GroccryCo. Mr.Scalcs will move his family before September, not being able to procure a residence before that time. Miss. Katharine Shelton will leave next week for Washington to spend the summer with her aunt, Miss Kate Wins ton. 1 represent ten leading Firu Insurance Companies six inclined looses ran(l from $200.000 00 to $000.000 00 in the recent disaster ofSan Francieo. Tue Commercial Tnlon and I'alatine Com- l aides the only two fjre'gn compaiil.-s I represent, have $4000. 000 la transit to pay their losses so as to keep intact the reset vt-s In the United El ites The Springfield. National, Didewnre nnd Concordia have their agents on the grounn and are paying thoir losses is adjustments can be made. The four above named companies have lost $10, 000, 000 in this great disaster Tne re serve of the four companies, will not be reduced bolow an average of $1000,000 each after having paid all losses. If you want good gate iusnranco applv to X. J. JiVANS. Miss LulaC.riggs leaves next week for Washington to join her sister, Miss. Mat tie Griggs, who has been teachi g Art the Fairmont College in that city. They will spend the summer in the Mountains of New Hampshire D. OW ENS, M aeon. Miss. LOST. A long cantor Jbrown jacket, with close-fitting back, was lost on road be tween the home of Mr. (Jno. Douglas and Macon on on .Saturday, May l'Jth A rsward will be paid if left at Aligned & Tyson's oflice. Uev. Mr. Yandel will preach at the Presbyterian church, Sunday May 27th A congressional meeting of thc Pres byterian church is called to meet Imme diately after tho morning service next Sunday May 27th. Representative John Sharp Williams was recently asked to oppose the free seed distribution. In declining Mr Wil liam said : "Wadsworth.I cannot imagine a man with the courage of the early Christain martyrs. I can imagine a man with the courage to walk speedily to the can nons' mouth, and, I can imagine a man with courage to look into the barrel of a pistol in a duel; but in my wildest im aginings I cannot imagine a man w ith courage enough to refuse to vote for the seed distribution if he came from a rural district " Phone No. 138. The phono at the bookstore is the above number. They keep ice creams of several flavors, which will be delivered in town. When hot and thirsty ring phone 1S3 . Her Good Advice. ' 'I am often asked by friends what to do for skin troubles such as Kciema, Ringworm and similar afflictions. I a! ways reconmend hunt's Cure. I con alder it the sorest remedy for ltoliing troubles of ny character there is made." Mrs. J, J, Hishtowcr, Palmetto, U. A. D. K. K. fraternity pin, with mime W. A. B'air on one side and '07 on re verse side. Reward will oe pain it re turned to W. M. .Tones. Taken Up. On Mr. S. M. Thomas' place, near Running Water Mill, on Monday, May 14tn, one brown horse mule, about 5 or 6 years old, branded II. S. on left hip. Owner will please call, pay charges, in cluding this ad. or same will be etrayed. N'Kli AI STIN. Macedonia, Miss. HoaJIey's Cream. We will deliver lloadley'a Cream anywhere in the citv at any lime in any ipiantity. Phone Xo. 108. Booiskss MrRWi-Y. Stray Mule. Si ravicd Prom Mr. Ames' place one mile west of depot, one gray horse mule very old, lame in right foot. Was ast seen on Sunday night, April 20. Any information will be rewarded. Charley Lewis, or Mk. Mose ColKuei.i. . Designs Art Needlework AND MATERIALS. New Center piece. Art squares her.i stitched. Bureau Scarps l em stitched. t-'nildren's Il.its Collar and Culls s. B. H. Collars. Designs in Shadows embroidery also in Shadow and F.yelet Kmbroiilery. Utopia Lustre Kloster Silks Cortecelle Silks. Persian 1'Ioss, white and coloied. Stamping done when wanted. MRS. V. B. FERRIS. 0l'H8Er,'J8D TEU .Li (l.NCOKi' Long distance) line this Company enabl lit (1 "rr- It ATHIi) and telephones of you to talk almost LEGRAPH CO. I'r. -ill a iywheiv in Southern Indiana, Southern I-,;nois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi p.-.,; Lot:i Tip., Wo cr.n pv.t you in quick s -f . -.clvy r. r i lunlcntioit vith tho ;r.p!o o1 this grorrt section of the country, o 'z2'Ac t -our m iron aio. Rates reason- :o. Eouiprr.or.1o tvr.d facilities unsur-issej. lr!.P 3 HUME, T. D. WE3P, -Wt l.on'l Ii-r. Trt-iure6 V-VE'.l. lU-Ii'l '. STRAY STOCK. Strayed Un Siiluiilny night, April 31, a Krada Jersey yellow cow, medium nize, about six years old. Has proba bly Kone aoross'the river. Anv informn tlon will be rewaided. D. C. Kerimh A urado .Jersey black heifer about two years old. Has white face. Ke wrrd paid for information, Lkstek Williams. Kilt if si Rick Rockefeller. If jon had nil the wealth of Rocke feller, the Stand. d Oil magnate, you emild rot bny n better inidiciue for bowt-l complaints thn ChamberUin's Collo Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy. The mist eminent phyjleimi can not pre serltic a bettor preperation for colic nnd diarrhoea. botU for children and adults. The uuifortn success of this remedy has shown it to be superior to all others. It nevej rails, and when reduced with wa ter nod sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every Isiuilr should bo supplied with I t. Sold b KJ M, Mnrphey, j. h. Williams IlKAI.KK IN B"H IC1C, PHDIXAKY vt.n l'hl-SsKP riHi: liiucK. FIHIH'I.AY, I.IMI'.. LUMIiKU ni-:Mvi:u anv h - -itk ao. .m: at l.OWF.ST rl.'H K. sil'Kl'lAt. A VI'KS ON CAII I.CA1 l.OTN. Cash For Ice. I mo-t positively cannot and will not sell ice without ;hs cash. It joes out in too small quantities to keep track of it and would require the entire time ot a bookkeeper, conseqnently am obliaed to have the cah. Checks can be had at the ice lior.se, one door north o .lones' drnjr store. w. D. Stewart. B. JOHNSON, Tonsorial Parlors, Macon,, Miss. HOT COLD BATHS ALL HOURS S. M. HOUSTON Attornejr-At-Lsw. Meridian, - Miss. Special Attention to Bankruptcy Matter, in Noxubee County Treipmi, Notr. I hnveil leased nil my binds west of the M. A U. R, U. to Mneon lliinliiii( club fur hunting privilege, all persons nut belong. Ing to llie club nre warned under peinilly ol law net to huiit or trosp,is c-'i miid IwiUi 23-4-Oii J, .'. AMWi, 3 lwWbuiJluri3 For Couah, Ctoi? n4 Croup tt '. ar.J T-s lt ull. WHAT to u-HOW W HY thcwoughly nd bneny. An attisHc and individual home it not v much a quertion of pockrthook as A prrjufu l taste and knowledge TKr Bookicl give! lha actcmiy ptsttical iuluimaliua. Richard Tate i Painter and Paper Hanger, can uppty wpr nd Kow ynu how to cany out the ideal with ALFRED PEATS "PRIZE" WALL PAPrm Imported German Coach Stallion "AUBER" owned liy ;t locnl company of 15 well known citizens will make the season nt W. W. Sliannon's livery stable. The fee is $'23 to guarantee a living eolt. Auber is a per la 't aniitial. He is the nest bred harness and all-purpose horses ever brought to Miss issippi. Theeontpany paid 13000 lor him. If yon have a mare you think well of call onW.W. Shan non and book tier for tho season. There are thirty mares already booked and books have been open only four days. Call and see Auber and congratulate your, self that your county contains one perfect animal. 4.21 SELIM A handsome combination stal lion, will make the season at my place 3 1-2 miles north of Macon $15 to insure; $10 fortheseason; owners to assume all risks, but best tare will be taken of any stock left in my care. Lt'eiAN MinO. i visa 't'lfftr Kike K '"