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why you should buy your clothes of W. M. LAM BERSON is your knowledge of their positive 1-rtwTri"" " -vi. -v- -v ja. jj x ia 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 JfitOS Syrian m I a-- SCHLS E$9. A CO. Fine Cfsthea Makers Baltimore and New' York & Co.. the celebrated tailors of Baltimore and New York. Look around and then come here and get a guaronteed suit for from $10 to $15. To Realize Genuine Foot Comfort zZ2FS!Z that they "flfcahe Xlfe's Malh Bas.'' 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, 1 ffliOVIS&VMNSTATION 1 Jr. mute VWUORltANJ w M . Lamberson. JACMOHlum TIMS OF TRAINS AT TIME OP TRAINS AT MACON, (form poind. No. 1 Iraros MoUri 12:10 a. m No. 3 (daifj j 12:11 p. m no. 15 " (d ally except Siimlny).... 0:45 a. ra itnRTFi norm No. 2 leaves (dati) 3:22 a. m N 0. 4 " (dalljn 4:47 p. m ro. iu " (dailjjiH'it Sunday).... i:.p. m The Macon Beacon Local and Personal. Miss Marguerite 'Minion is visiting in West Point'; Miss Mary Tyn is visiting Miss Shearer in Starkville. Mrs. M. Rogers, of Tupelo, is the guet of Mrs A. E. F:mt. Mr. Warren' Cox, of Columbus, was i'u -lie city tha week. Mr. and Mr(! K. C. Smith of Aubrey, were in the cit Thursday. Miss Helen Davis is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. GeoJGoussett . Mi Mildred Minor is visiting Mrs. II. D. Saunders if Starkville. Mis Loulie Winston Cavett left Sat urday for a visit to relatives in Jackson. Miss Bessie Ferris has returned from a visit to Mrs. C. L. Tubb in Aberdeen. Mrs. J. F. Sliellon and children are visiting Mr. Jot May, at Mashulaville. Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Chambliss, of Union, Miss., arrived in Macon last Sunday. Mr', an 1 Mr. .Inn. Cunningham of Cliftonyillu huve been at Mr. Kiumett Dan tzler. , Mrs. Lillie Shearer I'rown and chil dren are visiting Mr. V. P. Minor and family. Master Augustine Saunders of Stark ville is visiting his grandpa, Mr. VV. P. Minor. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Baker, of Dancy were among the shoppers in town Wed nesday. , Mr. A. M. Stoner of Greenwood has been in Macon on business several days this week. Miss Vivtl Harrison is home from New York City Vherc she has been for several months. Misi Cora Session and Mrs. Mrs. F J. Brown has relumed from a visit to friends in Starkvfllc. Mrs. Wyatt M. Jones .lr., has re turned home from a visit to her old home in ISell Buckle, Tenn. Mr. Ford, -of Brookhaven, came to Macon last week and was accompanied home by Mrs. Ford and thebady. Dr. llolladay, of Cooksville was in the city Tuesday and a pleasant and profitable caller at the Bkai'On office. Miss Alma lirewer will leave next week for Heidelburg, Miss., where she will teach during the summer months.. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. M. Murphey and son left on Thursday for Biloxi, where they will spend a couple of weeks of the heated term' Mr. and Mrs, R. K, V, Yates and children have been visiting for ten days, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Walker, Jat Moss Point, Miss.. Mr. J. E. Sparkman of Cooksville, was in the city Monday and reports the crops in the sandy lands as being in fine condition, much better than the ptairies. Mm. F. E- Carleton entertained the Matron's Card Ulub on Tuesday after noon. Mrs. L. F. Holberg and Miss Dorroh wore guests. Mrs. A. Klans was prize whmcr. Mr. K. If. Dftut.ler, who has heeii In Laurel for ceveral moot lis, returned to Macon thi w"rl to he with his father, wnoso con ihi"n is si critical that little hope is holdout for nU tecoyery. Mr.Murray Robertson, ot I60rbrook pent Tiied;y i'i the city, having come up attend meeting of the stockholders of the ne oil mill. Columbus Com inerclil. Mr. HealCockrcll, a prominent farmer of the western edge of the county, was in the city Thirsday. lie reports the crops in his vicinity es looking fine, be ing clean and nmr.li better fix generally than this time hist year. Mr plirn'"eU Yates, who is inter ested in mining company at Tonopab, Nevada, 'l"'6 .short; stay in Maccn thin weak He has been to New York n the intr il ol hit company, and stop- j,d io Mitewn on im return to N evade, Mr. W. S. Mullins, cf Cliftonville, was in the city Thursday. -'The Crops" is the natural topic of conveasation for the majority of planters from the prai aiis but W. S. Mullins, Jr., the five months old prodigy, has given Vester an entirely different subject to talk on, Misses Matalie and Earline Holt gave a beautiful card party .in Tuesday af ternoon for their guests Misses Shar man of Jleridian. The lovely prizes were won by Miss Dora Rigg and Mrs. T. W. Cookrell. Misses Sharman left on Wednesday for their home in Me ridian. Dr. and Mrs. G. B. Clement left Tuesday for Gulfport, where the doctor goes to atiend a meeting of the State Dental Association, of which organiz tion he has been for many years an en thusiastic and valued member. At this meeting he will read a paper on "Pathology," and also a paper (at which we are very much surprised) on -'The Best Methods of Using Swager ' ' A PRETTY WEDDING. Mr. Robert Boyd and Mi Fannie Bankhead United in Wedlock at the Center Point Church. One of the prettiest weddings of the season took place on Wednesday even ing last at Center Point church, when Miss Fannie Bankhead was united in marriage to Mr. Robert' Baker Boyd, formerly of Binnsville, Miss , but now residing at Americus, Ga, , and where this happy couple will make their home, The bridal party was composed of Miss Emma Bankhead, sister of the bride, .'maid of honor, and Mr. Cleve land Boyd, the groom's brother as best man. Then followed, in the order mentioned. Miss Louise Williams and Mr. Ulmer Clark, of Meridian, Miss Lida Smith and Mr. Wm. Williams, Miss Mamie Cole, and Robert Coleman, Miss Annie Boyd, sister of the groom and Mr. Adams, of Scooba. The little flower girls were Misses Katharine Mc Leod and Annie Delle Douglas- The ushers were Messrs. Walter Gardner, of Meridian, and .Io" Eiland After the ceremony which was performed by Rev. S. Pope, of Brooksville, the young conple came to Macon, and left on the southbound M. & O. for their future home. The III); Sale at Waller It, Putty's it a lOMilne Iteductlnn Hale ami hia r.iHtom. em tills week have been more than pleased with their purchases. The sticnglh of insurance companies. like character in man is bronght out by misfortune. The ' Survival lof the Fi- p.t" hasbjei the result of the San l'rar.sisco disaster, and the com panies represented in Macon by Mr. T. J. Evans, will be seen in a notice elsewhere, are among those that have survived the shock. We mutilated, somewhat the notice as it appeared n last weeks' paper, and attention is called to the corrected notice. Pedro Carry, tho little ono-armed negro who has working at the Arm- trong's Cotton Exchange for the past year, was jailed this week 'on the chirgn of being ton handy with a pistol and shooting a dog belonging to Mr. George Freeman. It is a safe predict! n that Pedro will some duy furnish a big scare bead for tho newspapers. Judirlniz from the crowd In attendance Walter B. Putty's liig Sale it great succcbh III good were sold as advertised and poo. pic went home ;buppv, A Bold Robberg. During the absence last week of Mrs. W. B Patty, who has been visiting in Aberdeen, Joe Emery, in the employ of Mr. Patty entered the house and se cured jewelry to the amount of several hundred dollars The negro took his departure last Sunday for parts on- known. The loss was not discovered until the following Tuesday A liber al reward has been offered for the negro, i description of whom appears else where in this week's issue oi the piper. "Walter; H. Patty's store has been crowded ilnoe the ;iilg Sale began, Wednesday. More people attended tlieopening day tnun wrre ever seen In Mucon belore, HON. JOSEPH A. LEE. Hon. .Toe Lee of Macon has been in the city for the past week rustling in su ranee. It is said to) De a matteroi regret among many inhabitants of Co lumbus that they have no voice or vote in the matter of Noxubee county's next tieriff, and cannot vote for the genial gentleman whoso name at the head of this item. Mr. Lee never stays long long anywhere without making many friends Commercial. T.ie Macon Beacon Is one of the ablest advocates of good roads we havo In tho Stnto Aberdeen Examiner. WANTED. A man to teach the Deerbrook school for the entaiing year. Must give good rcfvicnccs. I'PO L Coi.8, K. F. P. No. 2, Macon, Miss. HKHarafaSH3BDSBES!fti Free Free to M aeon, Miss. It's Our Business to Show You It's Your Business to Look. Jiipe 6 to Jur?e 16 Wed rise! ay, J une 6, 9 a, m. worth of Dry Goods, Ready-to-wear Clothing for Men, Women and Children,; Shoes, Milli nery, Skirts, Trunks, Bugs, &c. All to be sold in 10 days. $17,ooo Railroad Fare Paidall Olivers for 100 miles. IHOW TO DO IT. Iluy ticket from your station a;j;ont and have him give you cash receipt: present this cash re ceipt on entering the building and railroad fare will be paid to all buyers making a pur chase of $25 or over- Every man, woman and child is commanded to Attend tlvs event. We guarantee to refund money to any purchasers for any reasons whatever. We shall protect every buyer accordingly. No housewnc should overlook tins event. Mind you, in a season of the year when all other merchants are exacting the highest prices for their wares. You never heard of it, and you never will again, therefore take advantage of the greatest bargain feast ever offered A sale of m xrvel, offering the most alluring bargains. A storv brielly told. The stock that forms the basis of this sale is merchandise of dependability and quality. No consideration is here given, we have resolved to just one purpose - to sell all, and it must be sold. Your benefit. The opportunity offered. A sale without a counterpart or parallel A stupendous landslide of merchandise comprising the world's best product,, marked at prices that will cannonade and shake the city from center to circumference, The doors will swing back promptly, and a scene of bargain and brilliance never equalled in the history of Macon mercantile annals. LOOK FOR THE BIG RED CANVAS SIGN. . . . I rfninaiit Unm ititfln arA we will t'llrn This entire stock will be marked in plain Cgures. We assure each and every purchaser absolute satisfaction. We guarantee every garment every pnee a, u - . , back, exchange or refund your money on any purchase unsatisfactory whatsoever. Th. store win be closed Monday June 4 J-Sf J 1 a.Xh Cause the 1 values are crowds can be easily handled Ten days inimitable bargains before the public WEDNESDAY, JUNE (,, ana i 1 u until J u -n i. - -"a bonJ of sympathy between the average purse and our not considered in making up these marvelous prices. M-rchnndise of recognised quality, .amiliar to every customer, that brings a message of economy to every wearer. There is a Dona ot syn p y low prices that will increase .the widespread and well established reputation ana popuianty oi tnis store many unit. savethis advertisement and bring it with you so that fs ot waiter u. ra'.ty, Mississippi s greatest sluic, m. NOTICE! The following values named stand absolutely unrivalled and fully demonstrate the 'greatne: you will get the exactly the goods mentioned in this advertisement Remember, no postponement Satisfaction in every instance or your money refunded. WALTER B. PATTY, Macon, Mississippi. Vever before in the history of Sales has one been managed that offered such unheard of bargains as we will for ten days. There have been Sales but none like this one. Our $17,000.00 stock of Clothing, Shoes, Notions. Millinery, Etc.. will be placed on sale. Nothing!,,',! in reserve. 10 BIGGEST SALES DAYS KNOWN IN THE HISTORY OF MISSISSIPPI; beginning Wednesday. June 6, Thursday, June 7, Friday, June 8. Saturday. June 0, Monday, June 11, Tuesday. Juno 12 Wednesday, June 13, Thursday, .)unu 14. Friday. June 15, Salu day, 10. Read these Mute but Crashing Prices wr .iw "i Hi ri ii ii ii w 1 1 i" i ii ii ii i irr A Larce Sum of Money Thrown Away . , a i n c- ci IM OF" MONEY in coins of such denominations as Hcgining at nine o'clock on the mining of Wednesday, June 15th. 1'JU.I. we will throw away from the roof of our budding to the street below A LARGE fa U M J r IVI w ... . ... toLureasharcforeachm woman and child in the county. He on hand to get your share of the free money or sec the Fun. Merchants wishing to purcharc a portion of this stock at the prices ouoted below w,I. be waited upon ONLY between the hours of four and six o'clock in the afternoon . Men's Suits. Millinery. Wk are p.) tivdy goinir to closa out our en tire line of Clothing f"r n and boys. Wo diu'D intend to hand h anv more Clothing N e need tho room for other lipo id. Cost will not be coniideivd. It is an opiioitrnity ynn Ret but once ill a 1 .f t; ti ne. Come tun) be convinced. A fine suit cf Clothe, nil to match Tnis Mlit - worth $10 00 or your money retniKlod at tiny time during lhi. gianmi'; s.ile 2.85 A fine suit of Clothe", all to match. This nit is worth $13 00 or your in .ney refunded hi any time during lliis Bluiit.ic sale. ... .&$ Men's fine suits in chevolta and Scottish plaids worth $15.00 or your money refunded nt any time dining this frigantiu sale 8 -18 Mon's splendid suits in vt-limr finishtd caol meres, nil (-izes; tliese cult ai po-btvcly wo i tli $18 OOnr yonr money tm.:k ; in t hi- phIo 5.18 Sweeping bargains in men's extra fashionable winter Bnits; all go at about one-half their real value. Children' fast black ribbed hose, regular price 20c, at 12c Children' finest French ribbed huso, regular I rice 35c, at 10c Extra large linen towel, fringed und plain, were 25o-sale price Oo Laco curtains worth $1.25 a pair, during this sale.., HUH 150 white ppread, sale price 9o Ladiogan.e vest, silk taped, wm 20t; wiwa.Bb Hat Department About 20 dozen men'. huts, nil rlmpe. and styles, worth up toif'i; In Uii sale 10c to 1.21 Hundred of men's and boys'capi worth up; to 75;. This ulrfantic siilo 10c Look for the Red Canvas Front A fine 1 it of Hats, all tiiinine l up-to-dalc. worrh from $1 to SI.50 Come and nick tliciiidiiringtl.il mighty sale at, from S3.30 to 01)0 Miles and mile of hlem-lu-d and nil Mi-uclicd muslins. re;;nhir 8 1-2 seller; duriiiH this gigantic siie 1 'io Dress Goods. jAll wool tricot flannel, regular 50c val-r uc. this sale L'l- 21c 2,000 Yards 4c per c or yard. Calico at Thousands of yards of dress prints in black, white and filv.-r Igrav indigo bine. Tins gitfitufic sale hr yard ... liidles' hemstitched handkerchiefs, pos itively worth 25c. Thi gigantic fale 150 pairs of boys' knc punLs. worth up to $1 in this gigantic sib' 100 boys' nib?, woith up to $2.00. Tnis gigantic sale 100 boys' suit, worth up to 82.50 This sale 125 boys' cults, worth up to $:!.."(). In this sale, per sni: 500 doznn met 'a fjord 2 5 is handkerchiefs lu this gigantic sale 100 dnZ'Mi men' good 15o sucks, this alo 20 dozen num's $1 00 work shirrs, Thi sale 25 dozen men's $1.00 dress shir!?, in this gigantic ealo . 15 dozen men's 50c dress bows, this gi gantic sale 25 dozen men's neckwear, in this sale. .. 10 dozen boys' good 25c suspenders, in this gi 'initio sale. 10 dozen men ' r, good ?5c suspenders it this gniat rush 25 dozen men's good fine sn p n lers, now at this great sale 2.i(l finoSl 50 and $1.75 umhri Ha, in thi gigantic mle Crod heavy dciniii oYi'i alls, worth 75c In this great sale Ic 7o 21c 71c l)8c 1,10 :sc tc 21c -De (Ic 10c Ic (ic lie 12c Ho Mohairs and brillian Imis worth 50c. . . Novelty suitings and fancy mixtures, veils and crahes, spring style", de sirable shades. 18c Black chevoit zihtline, 58 inches wide, worth $1 a yard, sale price, yard 59c l!lack English voiles, florentine crepe and etamines. the int stylish of this leison's fabrics, regular $1 values; sale price 0c Yard wide black silk. $1, values 18c Colored Lawns and Batistes in whito and colored grounds, values up to 10c Clearance price 8c Linen Elaniines. Voile, t'rench Ogan dies. Biiilindtiiies. Mohairs and Irish Balist all new und desirable, values up to 50c; sale i rico 23c 3D inch India Lin-ns, Sale price 4 l-2c ,10 inch India Linens, worth 15e, gigan tic sale price 9u Checked Dimities, values up to 25c sale price Me l)Sc Ladies Shoes. We are sole ngonts for the well known Dorothy Dodd Shoes for Ladies. Over 2,000 pairs of the very finest of the fall season's goods, hand-sewed, laco or button, all weights of soles, French kid. patent leather and linsslan calf, etc. They are by far the best of any shoes brought to this market and they come in all sizes anu wioins, wumi from $1 .50 to 2.50. This sale price. . 8-10 pairs of ladies oxfords n the latest toes and leiithers.during this gigantic sale at the following prices: 1.98, 1.18 1.24 and 98. Ladies' Vici kid shoes, button and lace 1'aris toe and patent tip. worth $3 at this sale Baby shoes, sizes 1 to 5, .vorth 50c. At this gigantic sale Sizes 1 to 5, worth 7 jo at this gigantic sulo' Misses' shoes, sizes 11 1-2 to 2. worth ! up to $1.50. In this sale :. 2.48 23c ,11c Rid Ladies' Tailor-made Skirts. Ladies" high-grade walking skirts. They come in all descriptions, hanging full of that indescribable something called 'style." Tucked, flaring bottom. Light and dark mixture. (Juaranteed worth $1.50. Watch them go at $11 35 2(0 swell, stylish, beautifully trimmed skirts, handsome, perfect fitting gar ments that ehowthe very newest kinds of fashion. Made 'of fine, all-wool ' cheviots, cashmere and mannish mix tures Skirts that show caieful and painstaking tailoring. Latest spring arrivals, worth np to $0.50. Sale prico 2 05 125 splendid ultra-fashion skirts, plaited with new circular bottom. Garments 'which are a revelation of the tailor's skill. Panama?, alpacas, wool man niih mixtures in all shades. WorthHU from $8.50 to $13 50.; Come and pick them at from $1.55 to a 15 Ladies' high-giade walking skirts, late spring and summer cloths, style, all shades, corded, plaited, kilted and tucked, flaring bottoms, all lengths and colors. In this sale price at$4.9S $3. S, $2.08; 1.08 $148 Men's Shoes. Few of the Many Bargains Embroideries and Laces. Thousands of yards in different widths and in a great variety of desgn;cam brio and swiss embroidery efUes and .insertions: new pattens, a 11 in this t,i'.3 at 41- Values up to 13c, gigantic sale price., jn nl.ii-es of embroidery in huinbnry: and swijs worth up to 25c a yard this sale Incrtion edging Jin holding and cam- uric, swish, uituiby yai.twi u-. up to 2(!e, special prico at this sale. . 2000 yards of good torchon laces, edg.is and insertion to match, por yard. . . . 2c 3c llo J 4c' We carry the well known VV. 1.. Douglas Shoe for Men. They go at rednctiouai 'prices. (Men's shoes for business wear that mean service and comfort, all new shapes worth $3. In this sale Men's lino dress slices, made trom se lect box calf and vici kid, bet work manship and finish. McKay sewed und every pair guaranteed. This sale Wo offer the best shoo on tho market for the price, certainly the equal of any $4 00 ot- 5 00 make, the latest leathers. These shoes compete with the most, expensive shoes made. All go in this sale at -I ,1.2! 1.08 2.48 Look for the Big-RedCanvas Front I'ins, one paper for. . . king's thread, spool kmlToiderirs, yard M'ira hairpins, per package ; Full sized heavy white bed spread. . .-, Kxtra good quality buck towels . . . Sc seller unbleached mnslinp per yard. . . . liest qualify Calico, all colois, per yd Yard-widu'l'.ght percaies, per yard Itihbon-:. up to No. 9 Liuties' fust black seamless hose, regular price I5c: now A fine inn o cotton, fust black hose, reg ular price, 25c, now Ladies" fine plain und lace stylos black boss woi til 35c Ladies' lienutifiil fancy hose, worth oOc to 75: choice, a pair Children's fat black ribbed hose, regular price 15c. now at Kxtva large, buck towels, regular 15c val ues, this gre'it sale Ic 2c Ho lc 50c 5c lie 1,0 7ic 3c 7c Mo 10c . 30c fic Owing to the reputation we have established in Macon and surrounding territory as merchants of high grade goods, we positively will not allow exaggeration in our advertisements, on anv occasion, for any reason whatsoever. This must prove onco for all that our supreme effort of modern merchandising meets everyone' s entire satisfaction. Walter R. Patty returns money at any time Do Not Enter Until You See The Red Canvas Sign and the Name WALTER B. PATTY June 6th to June 16 w "w tr e w NOTICE! As is our usual custom at our to on all purchases mndo of $25. ()0 or more. Macon, , Miss. Annual Reduction Sides, the many people who travel to patronize this store can have their fare paid PATTY This sale is being conducted by the NEW YORK and ST. LOUIS CONSOLIDATED SALVAGE CO. Adam Goldman, President, St. Louis, Mo. Remember: We sell all goods just as advertised. Look at our prices.