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!----Tir 1 I . o n . .. I WT V (Tiir Ti i L ';' I S i .' V ' - The Macon Beacon. D. C FERRIS. Publisher. Saturday, June, 2, 1906, c4, iimitrics ever IS lints in length wi!i he irh.ivec fcr At the rite cf 5 cents Per line. he U. LI. t. tntenainmrni. K? e Y VARDAMANIA. A disease, or probably it mii;ht bet tor be called an ailment, is just now prevalent in Mississippi, which (or lack of a better tern, may be denominated Yardaiatiia Although not epidemic, the disorder is common enough to ex cite the interest of a diagnostician. The incipient symptoms are a genera! fret fulness and a disposition to "knock" everything and everybody which and what does r.et agree with the ra'ieu! and his ideas. The patient, frequently a newspaper man, always manifests a nurse 1 in patience at any pr.vSe or c.-mrrten lati-.m of any public nan it: the s'n'e other than the rrese-t ccca pant of the gubernatorial chair, a- ' a statement at all comp'tr.ser.tary toCon-gre-snian V.Y.l :ar.s is re -five with ex treme tra-sttestatior.s of eis;' ..Mire. The later sMces rf the disorder are aore::ma"ied by various haiiu.'::::-:: rs. A ram; ant Va'daman be-tr: ding the narrow Semite Chamber in Washing- r. like a Colossus, a decapit ited Roosevei:, a prostra'e Ald.rich. a disorgat'i.'od Re publican majority, an admiring Fai'ev and the redoubtab'e Tillman with hi solitary eye fixed in wonder, admira tion and envy upon his new associate, are some of the scenes that flit 1 efore the eve? i f one afflicted with this dis order. Itttt these visions of airy nothiner.ess are only the night dreams of the diseased. His Jay visions are of a Gala Day at Hebron. Last W'Ofl nostla;,- was a lii'Id day of the old Southern typo at He bron church. Something like three hundred people asietiilded there a the oiiosts of the Mer chant' ami Farmers' I'liion, anil were entertained with that gener ous hospitality traditionally ehar :iel eristic of that section. The exercise-: beptn at eleven. It had been honed that the Hon. Clias. Scott, of liosedale, ahi make the address, hut another en jaoement prcTented hi aceoptanoi of the honor. His pi ire was wel' filled however by Hon. Walter Price and Hon. T.itutn Pent, both of whom addre-sed the assembly. The diniu r followed clo-e up the heoU of the -peooi.es.ap -1 : fo:it so 1 Ur.t:f".!. who;eso:::e r,r,.' lelicious. and. d:jH:o.! wrh -much of the hearty grace : L.'sp: tality that the hum tenre :ti anthrope would have thawed out. Bar! evue-1 ir.e::: of all k':;.'. i we: I . i ii v tint f. a ; Brooksvillc Joltings. MinsRntn llambrick i- at home for Mie been leaching. vacation U'ox Trap. Mis- Lucille Sihler has with Her at presenl her friend. Mi- l.cui-e d'hupen of Maiudia. V.us Mamie Stroup. cf IVc:itar. .Ma ahaina is Ti-i;ing llie various bianehe ,.f the Madi-eti family. Mr. and Mrs. Low.-ry l.cvoave at heme again after an citen.hcl ah-,-i.ce lr. Harry Smith an! wife, cf I raw for i, were on crnr :ret Tae lav. '.'i'V. Mc.l "! :ew ir: sr.l .Urt-n. ' Fairport were ih Tc-r-.- ! '' i i Mr. ii. 1" lb ir.l b. ' f n , h v.- j die entire im-mh.-Hiip of the W.d v. , I,- id. ..i ter l ult.'d I'auglite; ;it ! of t HitVd.a.it Veterans wMi to ev lpri--sHi. il- he,ir!. appn ciatto ii to lh" who mad- t!:e lii-ieaie at ttie m-iuo n 1 o! Monday rveiiiw an ccei ion i f so much plea-nre and p: lit Tiie oi 1 son :i sung hr t!io qfciiteU ar.o-v r us v .oi'i -o-y iii'ee " i-1' ,vl'1 e::.-:o-aess and deliciit for the note Sc. iv m'.- Uiver .1 id Amite 1. mrir :iu ,T,...., frva of ;.t- were lf: 1 .i,. .... i. j.,,... rj-imn ! 1 in !('. ii;r' 1 IS OX l; Ha I NN'c will !'.ao ice on ! T 1 T T Cjl. i Neonesaay, juiie -in aiui ii! Jc!i cr lo ivsi , Jcnccs at rate cd 5i p ; ' ioo in any ijnar.i !i . Xcuv ' pairon.i;e w ill !v apprvviia ' ted . rac;c- iii K-i saiti: 1 of old Pair (Irounds. Arctic Ice ana Con! Co..! : ! P Jiiv. 5. -i t o'O MlJ 11 Q '"V 11 J it r c Su:nmer Kesorts liven the leaves,! hisperinjr -SprJ Up." Spnicestoll Clothes are tl1(i marked IIi(;H J Thev are Hi t-rli-cl; but low eost, redtj inr in every dot the cut and fa of the aristocratic tailor. Your arc made elastic here, Let es gCty, into one of these perfect suits. U(oi'r Clothing --'. st !s to rasii rather somV.re east. He imagines the greatest of all living Misjissippisns ac corded only one-tenth of the honor he believes due him, and hears him rated far hdcuv his actual merits. His ex cited imagination distorts everything not positively laudatory of his id ! as a reflection upon it. and imputes to all others the same Titterness of feeling that it itself feels. It is fortunate that the disorder is not infectious; it is contagions only in rare- cases when the patient is constantly tx- pored to the disease and peculiarly su ccptible to such ailments. Many thinh that the cold weather of the coming winter will abate its ravages, but others beheve the germ to a particularly hardy bacillus and likely to take in the whole voting population before its course i' run. As an example of how this trouble af fectc'pco; le the way this little squil is received bv them m.av be taken, let the Bi-:en means' nothing'more thai proffer the advice offered by a'kindly old gentlemen to the participants in an exceeding profane war of words. "Gen tlemen," he said, "Let Moderation pre vail." Twenty-three veterans of the civil war are members of the I niled State? Senate. Of tliese, thirteen served ir the Confederate armies and eleven won Fefleral uniforms. In the lower honsi thirty-two Federals nnd twelve ex-Confederates are -frving. .-- Trie Kepiihlicnn party will celebrate its fiftieth birthday this month, hnl tin lieiuoerais an; hopeful of making it loo); ike twenty-three this fall, Kx. Then1 is no reumiblH excuse for anj mini to live in nnv town if he doe no like it. If you have no word of conimr-i: ilation for your town. ;t instil nlinn or people, emigrate. You won't stn the town clock by going' away. Tlif eliut'ch bells will have the siiine musical ririKs, the little do.;'s will play jut a well. an 1 tiie pure air. hriiht snnshint and tpnrUiiis; water will have the saiin healthiriviiis; properties. Speak n jrooil word fur your neighbor, if you can; i! you cannot, don't everlastingly enlar;'. on their faults. If you have hecoim thoroDfjhly di-runlled, 'move away, gc somewhere where tlnnys will puit you. Ihehan''e. with th.tvo. a ;v of e.ik.v :tr. i ail that the tn tite lti-iiLt do-ire, Aniorrr tho-e from Msi'or. pie sont wore Mr. and Mrs, ! .x; II. l.rooks dr.. Mr. and Mrv t". II. Spe-ar 1. Mr. an 1 Mr. 11. C. Herron. Mi-scs Scott and I'avis. of C-Oliiitiluis, Mr. and .Mrs. y:,. lull, TesM-s. Kernodle. A T Pent. A. P. Hinion, lvon, 1-erri-. Mc- Lcod. Stokes and 1UV. lh-nt. Mr. mid Mrs.W. T. Connor. L. Oliver. Hebron I'liureh is located in om of the mot pleasant and fruitfu' sections of this corntrv, and is ti e loineofbiavo and hospitalde pf-o- ple who preserve in their life and manners the traditions of couiitn life in the old South. The Merchants' and Farmer-' I'liion, the host on this occasion, is an oroouiiziitioii lately formed in East Mississippi ami West Ala- abama. Its objects ami purpose are briellv stated the general wel fare of the section and to proinoti unit v and mutual " 1 fellovcsliii imoiirr its members. An impor tant object is the o-uiii'dincj of tin Ms of each member in the mat. ter of labor am! rent, Mr. Join Binion is president and Ir. T. 11 w.haio:; is secretary, andtlie so eietv is in a llouri.-diiiirr condition Ami so may it always eonluuu is the lieaitv and sincere wish of each and nil who enloved its hos pitaltv on Wednesday. jam w p Ktwi y. . v. Ki'.tT Ti-ftt. V- ' T.c'u It C- Jl i V? 1 A Ai. iiie ivurniU'.rG man has received an entirely new and fresh stock Hashuqua Items. '-: I:. 1 Wl!i! il'. 1 ti lt is estimated that .ln,li(iO Confcdi'. rate soldiers survived the war, ont of i tuliil tiirollment of 'CoO.n'iO men. Th North put 2. ,50.000 soldiers in the fi-ld, of whom 2,000,1100 came out of tin war aliye. The .lacksonvillo Times-T'ii ion takes these figures, and by applying to them the rules of in-nranoe tables it constructs a table of survival by the te': year periods of the veterans. as follows: Y-ar- I'-i-Cf-nl. south'n N'orth'r I '" 1" 22S.fi,1 1 .2-.0..T.M 11" 21 9 Jt2..-, 22.y, 1'M I M 2i,7"0 l'fl'l "5 .-,. The Chancellorship. II Miss Marl! lian Territory, is out v:itinir;lher rela tives at ream Spring and Ha-huoiia Miss. She is a sMer of Mr. C. I. Ktchit t tins count v. Mr .1. II. An 'er-on an 1 ;..:ci'y an 1 Miss Annie Hell, a si-ter . f Mr Ander n. - it -er:-,s; rmtts pacs : ! r. aiLjh. the conmv.uiiiv ia-t Mitur-lav on then re rn fr.nn a weeks visit to tbeirbrotticr. Mr. ,l.epli Hell of this cotmtv. We ha-l some heavy rains in th set-. tion last week. Crops are lookin.' very well oimiilcrins; the 1 i'e ;--;ni:. l'ar mers are makinsr very oond progres hoping Cotton From the condition nf uitr public roails m tins l ari ol t:.e cuntrv, v.i- uk our ro, ! -ver-ec rs am! authorities must be oft on a camp ivtt.t. i )i:e or two days work in a year will not keep our public roads in ane'liim: like coohI condition: WY dishke d kick about tlii -. mat ter. i mt the tin e k.o ine we thin!; that something on -hi t. be done I lyer-eers are p.... re;d:;.;en! aliout worhing tlieir p -ads and a:, to tl e od they arc doing, we j st a- u-ll not ve any. Willi li e mean:, and facili- lie- thai ..arc' ueti iiave iio-.v. v.cthiid. a shame to ho e I . j e.t op with Ihi ent con 'it ion of ro.-eb T!i, r,. should be a in ire rigid svsicm a-loptcd ids or our present c re,e;i-.:n T hid);uh:.-:s de-ire to fxpr. -sfi : rr.rr.'0 l-iihiic W'-rds ..f ap; :.v:!! r evi-iy f : . : c r in ti e sccer-s of t i'iieale. Kach arte I well their pa nd the kin ine-s will ott I't-mirJ n 'It!- u :i-i;m;,o-u: w lie ic-t f hii" II aim ::: i x 'p-.o klv 1' ri-:ie- lie by 1-M M. Murpi;- the many pM.-fu h-a:t- iio gave j tp AVtVk-.'T A -Tit-tnl pni.l.ethe ev.nmgi ;-:..:...ue, 2ILE1 Ji&li1J&I-iid ill 1 tberehv .viirtiiv cam- re I t-inely ai I to a Caeca Colds; Prevents Pricumcuia v H b ow W Ti n J,vw FOR D ISP Li Y O lor worku.'. lb! vsiem more r i g l -h ; ear iiperv:-or - wol p:iv 'I: m to this iiia"e:- li'reaf'er. Pi'cLeod Chapel lie The friends of Hon. Harden Brooks, Jr., and they are many urging upon (mveriior Vardainan that he appoint Mr. U rooks to the chancel iorshipofthe Sixth chancery district The govenior will make no ni: .!,,ke he a-vaids Mr. !',r...k t'-e place. Tl .ni'liilale, tliomdi a vouu man, has al ready won iiim.-eif a Inch place in th judgment ami e-teeni of capable men,; .'ell as in the popular mind, that is maraatce that lie will ri-e to the .It minds of the olili-e. I ,l.i:,:,., M- ii . , in .luiiiuuo an. orooKS nas s0.r(, lualifications that eminently fit liimf . i. . i- . .1. , . . oie cnaucciiori-nip nisgoo-I p.rlgment his tact and discretion, and his s u: husiness sense are no less valuable in hancellor than technical nualificatioi He is,to0a trained lawyer, well-balance 1 md impartial, and fitted by nature and 'raining to decide the ipiestions coming before a chancellor for decision. It is due to Xoxubee county that sh he given tome judicial olihc It 1k; un.ua iuiii: rruiiioer oi ears since our I Morgan were visitors people have had their legal rights tried I Moore last Sunday. ' -efore one of their own citizens. And now that we have the man rpialific ma willing to serve, it is due the county that the honor be awarded it reed. We hope -ill en- We rcLiel o. report the sco.oiis illness f Mrs. Ingram. ! b ; e she will m, e up agiin. Mcs Maggie Moore h is returned from a visit to friends in Meridian. . ' -Mr, Mu-e of Meridian is visiiim- tnendr m the nci'diborhood. 'Ir. V. J. liarnhill and Mr. Will :it Mrs. Ii, C. OAK SI'TS, SI 1)1: OARDS 151;!) COUCUHS HALL TRUHS i-iuas IRON BHDS HAT RACKS l)AVl:N!M)IJTS ROCKINCi CHAIRS nvn!N(is . i s For Men and Women 'IO WE WILL HAVE AN A full line of Wernicke uoods liook Cases, Leal Blank Piles, III:. Undertaking Line is Complete. Statement ol the condition of the Merchants & Fanners Bt MACON, jV;!SS- at c'.osc of business .V.AV it), icon. i:i:sitn:ei i.!.i,ii.rni:s i ,o-:n- and I b-e.iii,,: on n r- I'apilal paid in $ Ti Hi Patterns c: FOR NEXT 7E.il (' W,-t i ni i.. i-iMi ii 1 - to oiti.-i r.. d t I'.-i .VI ifl if Merchants and I'. -.oing Is a true, f-ili .mi I he ilav mid di1 -of-aiue. K. V. l,-ich:c,l .Hli-i'-ii.:-. befiiie rn.., a .bici e of I'e i ' -. Mi--i--ippi. Ihi-. Hie Tuli dav of May. K V. .l.'l'Hia.rs, .in II. d eoi i-i .-I . 'I . M i i I NUY, : ,1 .,, I i' C. lt...i,!.. :;.:(-.: .ll lilor. GOOD FOR ALL SEASONS. .Summer is here, and at the great South crn stanle i- bediming to grow a little Whether there -hould be a very Inrgi crops raised or not, prosperous time 're promised for a short crop of cotton al ways commands a very high price. 'J'hiu condiiion ivarrant.i all in keeping their property well insurer. A policy in The Mii-sippi Home Insurance Company, which has etood all testa for 21 yeaa, in a mighty good thins to have all the year round. E. V. Yates is Macon Agent. Notice to the Public. II. M. I'.oggess is not an aent of tin Imperial Cotton Oil Co.. at lirooksville. I will hHve local ai;ent in Iirooksvillt mid the public will he duly notified as to his location, W. T. CoNNon, Manager. Herd of Durham for Sale. 1 havfi for sale !25 head of rd Dur ham cattlo, 3 bulls and 22 cows anil heifers. Writ or apply to W. II .Smith, Brazclia. Miss. Hon. Wiley P. Nash. J lus distinguished gentleman of ()k- 'ioeha. has announced himself as ;i can. lWate lor Lieutenant Governor. ith such a splendid record of public service nemnd hun, Mr. Nash stand- in tin ' g'-""i assurances ot success A brave and gallant Confederate soldier lie left the army at the surrender to re turn to school, and after many strut gles with poverty he finally graduated rt Oxford, under Col . L. Q. C. Lamar. Hi in 1T5 he made the "race for District the recent disaster ofSan Fn.nci.co. The oone-v, au was ucccssiui in wresting Commercial I'nion ,l vU.i . Miss hiieen Moore was the gticj.t ol Mrs. W. ,1. Barnl-iil! Wednesday. Mrs. IC. I, Norwood and family visited tlieir huiiiefoiks last Sunday. Misses Pallie and Minnie Feathers! on .vere visitors of Miss M-jeeie Mines Wednesday. Mi;-s Sadie Harper is visHing her emit. Mrs. Schooler in Win-ton th; week. Miss Kvic Coleman made a visit to Mrs Ingram Wednesday. If reports arc true there will be wed ling beds aringing in this neighborhood soon. I represent ten leading Fire Insurance s career at bar has been a successful Companies-six irnnrrcd Ices ranKin p ti t in sl..ft.ii. 1. r..,i:,.:.i h:., ... 1. " J that offiice Tromi-the radicals. Stomacb Troubles. Mrs. Sno Martin, an old and hihly rospecieu rcsuieni, or raisonm, wis was ick with stomach trouble for more than ix months. Chaiubcrlain'i Stom ach and Liver laldets cured her. tshe avs: "1 can now eat anything I want and um the proudest woman in the world to find euch a Rood medicine. For sale by Kd M . Morphey. The Pliu Plucker. If a barn or a braise afflicts yon, rob It on. rnb it on. Then before yon scarcely know it all the trouble will he enne. For an aching joint or muscle do the lame n extracts all pains and poisons, plnckf "ir fi:n;i aha ijcals luo iaiue, uum i lyutmng uu doct it. punies the only two foreign compani.js 1 l ...... i, i I ' ji;i"iaiuic, i reoresent. navp m o h h i,..n.:i ... where he became a prominent member, pay their losses 90 as to keep intact the anrl in 1 KOI u-jic lnj-n,1 .t,-.... f .1 ""uncjr vicnerai reserves in tlie I nitert States The of the state. In every position and in I Springfield. National, Delaware and cvciy rc.auon mine, punnc and pnvate, Concordia have their a-cnts on the ..... uec-.i .au.nui, true, Drave grounn and are paying their losses as and ellicient. adinHtments can hs mail Ti.u fn. Mr. JNash was mm in WhU. 1 aoove. naineil comnan es hav Imt. SI , rmmiii lo r,....i ( ni..:i.i i . 000. 000 in this great disaster. 'I'lic rB child o d i.h i , r'U1' -"--.wi,, ,.,. .. w.., wvii a it a- iruuiau r w in ivi-rji'm nrti irui mwi .1 .i... ....... ... I ....... . f uwu iuciii, ui um raucr county, tie lias ei.cn alter navinz tiaiil a los.cn. I many friends in his native county who I J""1 WHnt !'uo(1 8aia insurance apply to will rccieve the announcement of his I A . J. hVAriri, P.'imliltji.'V tuilll fn.t... ...! in noxunea wi lie stronn. I . j v,,, niajmcui nuutiiuiin. i ears In conversation with frinilc -v,;u ;., aR 11 was common opinion amone Nor- Jackson recently, Senator McLaurin ex- . larmers tnat dceP Plowing ruined pressed the belief that the railroad rate Villi ..,,,ia u. -j... . . . "... nMiu uc niiiiiacioriiy periected in conference and finally passed before the adjournment which will take place some time during the present month. He is apprehensive, however, over the fate of the national quarantine bill, which is still hanging fire at Washington, with the chances very likely that it will not secure passage at this session. FOIETSnONEYL-S for cHUdrtni a, ur. ire splat T0THEFAFHRS0F MISSISSIPPI. The Agriciihur;,! College will 1 !; holding tanners' institutes n'cer the ate Jclv 'a, l'.Hi, and will continue ihling them during summer. It if de- ired to hoi 1 at. least one institute m ich e cii'.ty and in counties where the I'etr-t sceim todema'i 1 it, more nest ings could he held. The institute man- eineni going to secure wide awake mil enthusiastic men from rliilerent parts ol tne country wnoie wmc e; en ence in the several lines of agriculture .vill en;d)le them to be of great aid and enctit to the farmers in Mississippi, d'hc counl i-:s desiring farmers' ire-ti tut es shouid mace applications us early is possiUe. indicating the date most convenient for the meeting. This is necessary in order that the management may arrange the dates of the institute so that there will be no conflict. All a plications for institutes should be addressed to K. R Luvd, Agricul tural College, Mississippi. Secretary Bonaparte's tribute to the kicker as the only means by which par ties in this country are kept in order is something handsome, lie thus vindi cates the wisdom of the able of the A ir.LidO. The dca'h of Mi,s M which o. i lie 1 oi Mobile loth, in: t. c communil y ni " huh l,e lived, Tho ugh hc ha-', '-in '.villi us only a few y .-..rs. i,cry : 1 cced and ad mind her. She ; ; 1 a. l-.-antif-.i'i chri.-tian ihar.ii'ter ' ..! cntiihcl all with whom sin came in contact. Ilcrcft of parents at an early age, and being the eldest, s' e 1 came the central figure in the household. As a sc.ter -.die '' a .viodel, wiehiin ; a wonderful nifiiire.ec. 1 y gfiit'e oa tieiee, an 1 wi.e 'i-;d i vlng '-o-jie-il. Tl on ,:; io.net and d'gm'icd in man nr, she i:npre,.pd p'.V.irs by her many noble rd 1 1 i' c.'.e:--,. lier charity was, evi deiic.ed by her wide :;,r.v.d syripathy, and by li'ipeful wor 1" of e:icou i ageuient for the burdened lies, hy profe, sion she was a teacher and honored the calling Many of her pupil-; will testify to her faithful discharge of duty, and unwearmg patience, ncr .vsence irom NOTICE, At, h, 'd at I. villi j Cade.'w. i i'y pin. w il Ii ii-i:n. fU-aH '')To:i n v. i ! I he J :dd !," n the home circle will causo an aching 1:1 leason. Mr void ; Uttt her beaut if'ii life should be ati inspiration tu brother and sisters as well as to many friends. It is a great trial to lose such a one from our midst, hail we should be coin- frogs who fell into the milk can One j fortcd by the thought that she is i.ov of them paddled about a bit and then enjoying the perfect peace and rest lhal 'il- . 1 ;. M, . !.,.. - m. ' " I'l rn o 11.11 i L.I, iiill loiiillll HI' holy wilh oiKiil rcf. eronro, iu travel by r ill i.p wilii :: i ir. f'.r n firm nf i''oi.i'Mi.On c;ipi. i-'l. o !:'. i- :.l,iii:'.iii' per year and i-xiioii -(: salaty aid weekly nih - xpenyo- ad, aneml. AiMro-.s, v,j. st-'imii. .I'is. A. Alexander. Mui'oii. Mis-. O.i! Aiaritct, New Proprietor". I havu bought from Mr. L. C. t'line his market in this city and will keen on hand at all time:- fre h meats, and csh :e liraeev will con A share of the pub -i licited. .HON!) TRIM H 1.1- v tatciiicut of the Condition of the in ot imcon. MACON, .MISS. tit close of (utsint'ss 0i!', 1955. I'uMIm'ii.1 l'7 .liiccliiul ill Lliapicr M nii-miu-ll Hi!i' " K.iSOLMCPS. ..lAlUl.llli:: I ,l ,11., ,,,,(, ,, I,,.,-,., i. Capilal paid in ni . iol,.i--'iiioiit.r-Jiil or c.dl.i: - .-oi'T1"-1, , , I ii'iivnc ii pronis ... Ind'n idiial 1c -il -nhj' e! W .-heck .- 'I'inieCerlil'u-ales id -po-lt. I'..-, payable. ijie oilier ll-inks Iifudeads rnpail! Sill oral -eein ido- soii.::ii:: ; i iverdr-i!!- s. cured :.".?!! I ii"i -I .i.-h I. ni hi no lhinhhig llou-e "'."hi '.'J hiirnilui-e and liMnr's iiiil n:l llNpen-e I .:,! ll.'i I'axes MlilSl oighl exeliang,o lii.lM I i a h on hand 7. .")?.! Ho Total SHl.i.iWll 117 Total. (II the above Ann-unit d I. nans imil Diseounls: To Ollh-crs of t Ii e lhi"k Direelors of l!i- Hank, imiic; 'I'd SOiekkolderH of llie Hank fl'v'WUiil I, (.'. H. Diil.'iaiil. Cii-hiei- of Ihe Hank of Mac.iu. Macon. Mi- . ' illy mat in., lor. :; .nig is a tree, lull anil oa:-t stale. m in oi uie -'"" 1 i- of s,,id Ihi il; c. it ihe day nod (lair named therein, m- -liown I'V nine. ' C-!'' , 0ii Sworn o ami suhj-criheil hidorc me. t Chani-ery ( 'h-rk in and C'' A'osuliee. .Mi-j'1-.-ippi, llns, ihe I llh (lay ol .Mnv. I'.HHi. curl ". T. Il(.KIK.Il.Ch:mrV1-'"' Kxiiinined and found correct. T. ,M. IIunuv. udilor. This l.'.ili day of May, lliim. the land. The idea has almost entirely passed away. But in the South it still belief. The editors of all the aim cultural papers are doing their best to overcome the prejudice against deep plowing, dui it is slow work. It is not only the idea of a lifetime to over come.it is' the inherited notion that must be changed. McComb City Enterprise. Um, oats, bran, middlings," chops, at Chas, Hardin. s, sank to the bottom. The other kept hitting uut with all fours until his activ ity had churned the milk into butter. Then he got a foothold on one of the lumps.stcpped out of the milk can and was saved. Moral: Keep kicking! Give the struggling young soul a word of encouragement when you can You would not leave those plants in your window boxes without water, nor refuse to open the shutters that the sunlight may fall upon them, but you would leave some human flower to suf fer from want of appreciation or the sun light of .encouragement. There are a few hardy souls that can struggle along on stony noil shrnhs thut can wait for tne dews and the sunbeams; vines that climb without kindly training bnt only a few. Utter the kind word when vou see. tnat it u deserved. lirandon New, Wanted, Cotton Seed. I am now connected with the Missis sippi Cotton Oil Co. Meridian, and will pay at all times the highest market price for seed. See me before selling. a.-, inana. er patronage i 1 A If! Tilt;!!; is rcrward of "The pure iu heart '. To the bereaved family we can only- say, trust in God, and Mis own good time you will be reunited in the llcav ernly Home -C. B. S Notice. I lmve voluntarily severed my connoeliim with the Imperial Col ton Oil !o. to taken belter posi tion with the Independent Oil and Fertilizer Works, of Coliim!u. Miss., .1 une 1st. I will still buy in Iii-ooksville, Mi -s., and flunk ing in v friends and patrons for past favors mid soli'duns,' their !u ture piitronnge. I remain, HliN. IU. llOddKtiS. Sugar Glen Molasses 7.1 cents ptr gallon nt Macon Mercantile Company. Elect Flour, the very best. Try it, Chas. Hardin. py'i Yours, inh of h ce, ,.; Hum' Cure a.e l on, id le. h S n ti.crn lni 1 'hi If, I'o ' I' e .iM, I,, reason lha' pen, i e uv nil i 'Iv f". ti. 1 ii ; ..in that il is th. I e't en , f, r ci y ilea nn dee ise tVer .:!-, , v,red Ti.e r.- ,t application ndi, v. ,.n - hot ;i.iv .lv giciirini, cl to cure nnv o:i r' $T0.t-0 REWARD The above reward will be paid for in formation leading to the recovery of o hoise slraycl or stolen from h i inMacon on the nl'dit of April I; ,;, i i:.,. ed he was, stolen. I! is description f.il- . Make Kidneys and Bladder Right lows: Hrowu horse about 1-i handa, short -coupled, slightly nm burned. Has a right an;;le brandcrl low down on left hip; right front foot and left hind foot white; has Canadian blood in him nr..: unusually large feet for hi:; sizejihod nil around ; legs have been recently clipped up to the knees; both eyes good, bin ri-ih.t eye has white spot in it; one hit c le- hns rope burn between hock and ankle. The horse is round fat. Communicate with Mnmn Bolt11:, Works, II. L J, llarnes, or E. E, Daats" ler, sheriff, all of Macon Mississippi, PcWitfa Little Enrly Risers, Too lamirtu tilth, pliu. Coroniissioncr't Sule. Slate nl Mis-loslppl, , , Noxulioe County. ' bi (dnineery Court. Ihihert mill Willie' Ihiini! I liy tien. Paine, next Irieiij I No. tihsii. vs. ; I Ma W. M. I'aiiie I'.y virtue nf a il. ciai. ufthe Cliaimi'i v Canrl id sniil ,-iuiiitv. i-pii,l. red in Uie iilinvi.. -ivleil eiiiisii mi the 2:iiil ri.-iy ol April A, 1,. Ilnlii at tiie April term A.'!)., piodnr sirid (jiiirl. 1. llie iiiirlcisii;iipi, iin'y appulnlid .sii'ei:il Cia.iiiiissioi.er ol sniiK min., will.no lire llli ilny nl .lime A. I). I'.llili het weeu Ihe liniirs of eleven o'eloek n, ni. rind four n'l-la.-k p, in., sell, ai ih,. front dour nl Hie 'milt limine in .M.-ieon in mii Nnx-uiH-e '.iimty. to liijiliest Idililei or liidders, lor 'mil upon eoiilinniitinii nf the sale by tun lili.uice.lor ihe InllnwiiiK Jilesei iheil rcnl ' "Inn , Hiii::itci in Um onuniy id Nnxulne in tho State nl JliKsisNippi in w it. I III) leu ii:re nIV siiulli end nl 10 l-'J nf NW .. Sec fi I'.lll. It. 111. S m sec. 'ill, T I'l II. 17 I lie NW 1-4 nl SK 1-4 mi. I v i.j ol'.NW 1-4 '!ii. T. Ill, Ii. 10 1 tie K 1 -J nf N K 1.4 Sue. V I. T. Kl. It. I.'i. Hi" YV l-2nrNV 1-4 of Sen. !'. T. II, It. la, fiiiiiainliiK mo aerei. mure nl' leSM. D.iled Udntlie .'if) day nf Ap-il A. I). l!H)li, .. r. ixinstoii. Special Collilltj.t.iuner. MiieiMi.Miss. orW. S.lbilb'p',"!,; Ccniirii.'ioiwr's S?' Slain nf Mississippi I (1 ( f,micery C( .Mitiitee i i.u'iiy. K x o it v.. .i-i,.. ..I XI.-L "li.'.l.. I! Iluinillnl. I'' lie viriue of n ileeree Court, nf i.:io I ( ninny. , " " , ,. ol nl Uie Clii .I ( nlmve -ivleil i-:iue nil oi- - -pj ,, I), pu ll nt the Apiil I ''i'1 " ;,' j.,.1,1 cun. i. uie ii.i'ic;,'J ,V,,.I pninteil Sped ill Colllllll";"' i.li will, mi llm liiiiiiliily,ol', vi,-li, Pel ween I he limns of ,t'v'' " ', nn!il riuil lour n'elnek p in., m"- " hrb tliin 111 Hiiiil No.xlil"'"e""1'llv'itf il" I.M.ifr, lor .cud. the " tv of reuli.jilaln.Hliialedliill"' ''' 11 ' , , ... ... .... .,r lloii.ili " ,.. lien in ine niiiir " - - .i,,n ..i ...a,. i wlnuv fi 1 " . dirt, nanl inteisi els the w.'J' Uniice to Cmtraciort. Hals will lie rreelvi-il ruilil 4 o'clock p "I. jIhiw ."i, lllliiinttlionllluenl the Cliumery ' ii;. KiixiiIich Ci-iiuily, Maron, Jlim.. I'.ii ' li'iuiily Jail lor Niixuhco County, Mum .I'l iii tluiK lo filuiH unit npr-iplicitl'iiiii, pro. piir.'dby W. s. Hull. invhim..t ,.,i ,'., eii .In In the allien 'of the Chrmenrv Clerk. J t in Bnnril nt Supervisors reserve the I ric .1 tnnjne.t all hidn. A ciiriiniiil check on i.i'.'l.(Hi to iieeniiipnnliiiF (.nnri tild, nnil ... t nu-ut u i lot on any hid the clinch to lo'lilas ii Kiiuruntee tliuta iitifiietnry ii. will be. maoie and upprovcU within tl h ten iih.yn frmn tliilo nf leltl.iir er.ntrnet. 11 I .ml i lint nenln wilhlu i, t1B , '' cnuniy treiiury A'tUroiB 't, rjoiiuh cliauterv ( innlnif ut point W"i'"' ";. . bi' nf dnpnt hl.lds nl'M..V(M'. ' 11; ruiiiiiiie eiil mid we"!) 1 ti,( westrilnna M.id scetion 11 e Piil .-orii.ref tho M known ii , llpiMMipul ehiir. li hit, 1 M' the cistern lioiin.larv " "''''unvi KplNcnpal chureli hiMo "'".T. lot: eiisi ronni: 1.1111111 row lot InMiiliile uml'dHi1' r allrm"' llienee iinlllhelll l.lijr "j1 1I1I ih'I'f 10 pn'ru in nrii ni s - - Tl Nnxuliee enmity an km j- ,,; heinC 1" I lie iiro Put 2, day of April A-'.!" n A NT? ''' 'e .... ..in pni'liii 1 NOTICE. The Clerk nf H'" "' nl w ordered hy 111" l'l'' 1 ' I' " fn that 111 luiur.! not over ,,.,";-1 ...udi.'will pint) "'"' "rerc i-ni 1 i-i. . . , lor H-n nil Hi -'I' Helve Clmutery C'ltik, 1 '"it1?- twi .1-., .... l,,,lPO lake nollee ulul S0V,'",T 11 Hi!"11 II. A j!