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The Macon Beacon.
D, C. FERRIS, EJIto,
Saturday, April 6, 1907.
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IfMb OF TRAINS! AT
No. 1 Epreas dally, leiivos
no. 3 Havana Ltd. daily leaves.
No. S Kxpress ilatlv, leaves....
J.o. 15 twcFk d.s) leaves '.,
No. 2 Espross dailv, leaves .
Jo. i I.lai'.l.icl dailv, leaver.
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1:.'IS a 111,
San Francisco is not the only
that has a school trouble.
If Roosevelt keeps it up he will call
the wrong man a liar sometime or other.
The Governor of the State of Missis
sippi was never quite so busv with his
officials duties as just now when Wil
liams is inviting him to meet him
The Senatorial Contest.
rrora tne newspaper reports and
Irom individual conversations with pri-
v.ae citizens wno were prevent at the
speeches, it seems that John Sharp
tlTMt; k . , '
y imams is iainy sweeping the state,
ine lucm logic and powers of debate
which have made him so powerful in
congress are no less potent among his
people in Mississippi. His speeches ay
peai to tne reason and sense of justice
of the peoule, and to good sense and
fairness he adds an ability second to
no man m the whole nation. No won
der the people are won to his cause.
Roosevelt and Harriman.
The President has run amuck of Mr.
Harriman now and chraeterizes a state
ment made by the railroad man as a
willful and deliberate untruth right
fully described by a shorter and uglier
word. The statement so anathematized
was that Mr. Roosevelt asked Mr. Har
riman for a large contribution to the
1904 campaign fund.
This episode tends to prove Parker's
charge insisted upon during the cam-
TMlifm nrrncnti 1
r-...cnung i.u-gu corporate con
tributions made to the republican coffers,
and adds another name to the list of
those whom Mr. Roosevelt has, in one
way or another, denominated liars.
Board of Supervisors.
, -Monday, April 1.
Hoard met in regular session, All
members ane officers present.
I G Guv, lumber
Jesse Valker, timber. .7. . . " "
Nunn & Co., damage to land. .
J P Thomas, lumber
S F Whitfield, lumber.
Henry Barrett, work on brdg. .
W M Hunter, lumber
J W llolbrook, Supt, construc
tion of jail
H R Dare, moving drift
Cunningham & Paean. 7 bales
of hay for mule 4 55
J I. Ford, attention to clock. ... 15 00
E E Pimtzler.conveying lunatic 25 85
j j v. mtiKn, 00 lhs nails
C S Field, sundries
Walker-Evans & Cogswell, snu
J F Jones, medicine acct
Klaus & Co., feed for mule....
("has Hardin, sundries
S K Connor, rent for armorv..
J W Rogers, repairing bridge
fc. Clearman, lumber
V H Holman, commissions
Same, postage 4 00
Same, commissions 150 00
V H Stewart, Supt poor house 133 05
C M Scales, postage 1 50
I- M Adams, sundries 9 00
w 11 Hunter, lumber
W I) Clrrlt snnH....
V tl Ruce, rep road scraper. . . .
E M Murnhev. Co. nh
Z T Dorroh. nostae-o. etc
Jno T Morgan, niovinc drift-
B Bell, lumber
R H Richards, lumber "
F Sheltos. sundries
Cade Bros. & White, lumber'.'.
Krooksville Hdw, Co., lumber
Buttler & Thomas. lumber
C P Russell & Co.. sundries' ' ' '
F Holberir. sundries c
Griffin & Cain, lumber . . is
E E Dantzler. bo
Same, wood, washing. (Vrr. r, nn
R Jackson. Sttlnrv ami nnuforra 0? uo
City Light & Water Plant ..... 65 95
r u Lucas, lumber 111 ko
wRT M UuSan 'umber. .' .' .' lg 60
W L 1 nomas, reiiairiner lii-irl, w nc
D C Ferris. printing poll list etc 37 45
Geo Clearman, lumber 12 00
THEY ARE CHEAP-BUT
t ASK TO SEE THE
ml 1 1 ! WARRAOTED
jU 1 I NOT TO IP
CUT HIGH IN
You can't equal "CURLEE"
Pantf alue anywhere in the
land, unIessyoubuy n
other pair of "C U R L E E."
You imply can't findanother
make of $2.50 pants which
cost as much to produce the
"CURLEE." : : :
course our margin of profit
jjwrynill, but nothing is
too good for our customers.
We want your trade and w
retoing to have it if good
values will get it. : : : :
D....1 ... n 1 . ......
iiuuier & Ammons, lumber 59 44
Dr. H A Minor, health officer 72 00
The following accounts were continued
vy 1 minor, ins. on court house 28 00
v , ,r cl'ooksville, same.
E V Yates, same
Fant& Yates, same ....
R T McDavid. Inmhnr
E Clea.iman, lumber
The following accounts reiectm!
J L Clemens, cost in shun. v(
Henrv Gibson a nr.
W H Parks.statntnrv nlio,',.,,'.! c
S M Bowen, same . . . 2 50
Tuesday, April 2.
Steve Bryson, work on levee.. 16 00
Petition of Leland Hines et al. for
change of road link was rejected
Petition of J E Robbins et al. for
change of Gilef ferry was continued.
1 euucm ot vv E Weaver et al. viz
R F Watkins, Will Weaver. J J Prince
J w ilaiiey. C W HuiW. M A
Mrs. L A Haynes, Mrs. C I Y01
Weaver' J R Prince and T V.
nat their lands in Noxu hop
declared as a stock
PATTY BROCash Store.
Then is 4 rttson why Putty &,. Ctsh Store is the
fastest growing store in Noxubee County.
LADIES MONDAY NICHT.
Tl, 1 4: - i
i. mums ui macon can nave any
t..iu luusuiiiu wurK aont every Mon
day night after 7:30 o'clock at L B,
Johnson's Barber Shop,
EGGS-I have for sale eggs from my
Barred Plymouth Rocks and
Whith Leghorns. Per sitting
$1.00. Mrs. J. F. Shelton.
mch. 16, lmo.
Residence Lot for Sale.
The Beacon would like to suggest
for the above office Mr. E. T. Bush Jr.
Mr. Bush studied civil engineering at
the University of Mississippi, and has
. had considerable experience since in
practical surveying and is an unusually
fine and accurate draughtman. By ed
ucation and experience, therefore, he is
iweu ior tins oitice, the importance of
which is greater than popularly sup
posed. The proposed candidate has lately de
clined to run for the legislature prefer
ing to devote himself to his profession,
but happily the county surveyorship can
be so managed as not to interfere win.
his professional duties, and we sincerely
hope that Mr. Bush will become a can
didate. He could cartainly appeal to
the voters of the county on most worthy
and substantial grounds.
, W E
as a stock law district was
granted and July 1st 1907 be set as day
for said stock law to take effect-
Petition of W D Johnson et al for
stock law continued until next meeting
of the board.
Report of J T Cook change of road
link was continued on account of com
mittee not reporting.
Report of county officers received and
Petition of J S
I have for sale a nice residence lnt
on the Edwards place. Lot has about
100 foot frontage and is between 300 and
400 feet deep. Has a good barn on it
(one that would cost four or five hun
dred dollars to build) several thousand
good brick and several thousand feet
of second-hand lumber. Will sell at
reasonable price. If interested call on
Ed. M. Mukfhey.
Hay for Sale.
.n.y tons or first-class bermuda
.espeaeza (mixed) hay for sale
APP'y to S. M. Cockrell,
u . ' F' D' No' 2- Macn. Mm.
Mch. 9-1 mo,
Do N.1 Cr.wd (be Smim.
The first warm Ha o r .
with them a des K " TJ,.TlnK
UiiMren that have been housed un all
...j. tame irom. The heaw
winter clothintr is thm ;"e?vX
manv !,..:" a." '
j ....u lclr nanne s. Then a cold
Wave irmna IiL xiicii tt cold
. . ami tne
gnp is epidemic.
Mr. B. M. Boggoss has moved into
his own home. We congratulate him
on his beautiful location.
Mr. Jacoway of the prairies is to
take possession of the cottage that Mr.
Boggess vacated. We are glad that
we are to have him and his family to
live among ns, hope it will be perma
We hear that Miss Annie Wootten,
who is visiting the lamiiy of Mr. Nick
Rogers, near Macon, had been very
seriously ill. We trust she is recover
Mr. bam Tate of the A. & M. was at
home Saturday and Sunday.
Al iss Cecil Cole of the I. I. & C. has
been at home on account of illness. She
returned to her work Monday.
Rev. I. D. Borders of Holly Tprings,
was greeting old friends on our streets
Thursday. We are always glad to see
Rev. D. McLeod and Mrs. Wm. Mc
Leod were shopping in Macon Wednes
day, Rev. Mr. McBride of Waynesboro,
was in town Wednesday. His brother,
Dr. McBride from the western part of
the county met him here.
Misses Willie Hopkins, Alice Cook,
Susie Cole and Ruth Koger of the I. I.
& C. were at home for a few days recently.
Mrs. D. T. St. John spent tne past
week with relatives in Meridian.
Miss Mattie G. Rife of the Valley,
has been with friends m town this
Mr. J. 0. Cook has been at home for
a short visit.
Rev. S. L, Pope spent Wednesday
and Thursday in Culumbus.
Mr. A. S. J. Glenn is preparing to
have his house on East Main street remodeled.
Privilege Tax Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
who are engaged in a businass in Nox
ubee county that requires a privilege
license, that all of said licenses will
have to be received in May, as all of
the old licenses expire on the 1st of
may ivut, ana if not renewed during
the month of Mav the sheriff i Q
uuirea oy law to collect 100 per cent.
oamage. Let me therefore insist that
everyone attend to this matter prompt-
j uu wire ute uemages.
E. E. Dantzler, Sherijj.
I 9 .,L. fiSrf
J Ctfptfn 1001 lLJ tw-A
IT IS (lrcssin
enjoys t he
up time and t lie
lis and Hoys
stvk's and as usual the lino of
(Which as just been opened)
comprises patterns which arc ar
tistically ami authentically correct
in every detail. livery mail wearing
has a fccliii'r of satisfaction in his
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I HUV ORU3
ELEGANCE, EXCLUSIVENESS, COMFORT.
For HIGH ART Wearers.
We are ready to show you.
DeonlR snir fV,ot
n..i.i . . . . . 3 v"
vuius ac this season
Permenter was con-
Mis Maggie Hill.
The leading article in the latest issue
of The Texas Woman is an appreciation
of Mrs. Maggie W. Barry whose pic
ture forms the cover illustration of the
journal. A brief account of the subject
of the sketch and a high tribute to her
worth and attainments is contained in
Mrs. Barry, who is better known in
Macon and Noxubee county as Miss
Maggie Hill, is well and affectionately
remembered by our people, who have
always felt a natural pride in her dis
tinguished ability, and a warm admira
tion for her noble character. It will be
a source of pleasure to her own and to
the many friends of Dr. and Mrs. Hill
. uu county to know that in her
Texas home this distinguished daughter
of Noxubee has won that distinction
and regard which is so well deserved
of W M Flemintr nD-s;nt-
opening new road from Macon to Cooks
ville was rejected. Supervisor Mc
Henry was recorded s nnf
Petition of T B Paulette et al. for
new road was granted upon the report
of the committee from the board ap
pointed. Said committee was empow
ered to secure the services of the coun-
Y rveyor in laying out said road,
supervisor Mcllenry was recorded as
Wednesday, April 3.
Peport of W H Holman was received
ami oruereu riled. A grand total of
".i.aay.yi was shown.
Following accounts were ordered
Noxubee Co. Hdw. Co. plurnb-
ing jail and sundries for p. h.
Spencer Fowler, janitor.
Petition of W B Augustus et
work on levee on Horse Hnnter
E E Jacoway was employed to test
the steel cages in new jail as provided
for in said specification and contract,
said Jacoway to receive $50 as agreed
Petition of S M Thomas et al. for
new road was continued and committee
appointed to view etc.
Petition of B M Boggess for refuud
01 taxes erroneously assessed
granted and clerk directed to
warrant for $1.65.
Petition of Mrs. Willie Watkins for
reduction of taxes erroneously as
sessed and clerk ordered to issue war
rant for sum of 96 cents.
Board was allowed their per d;em.
I will sell a limitedjiumber of Wyan-
Sg:spri5.pr,ze winning b"d-
3 2-lmo. Mrs. W. L. Featherston
are more danp-ornnoth0
hf!,lh "'er,a,n . Cough Remedy,
I. HUM Unil iirill U .i . '
fear. It i'" " . ",ve .nOTm"fT to
, ""jo v,ui cb, ann ws hflvf.
Have your pictures framed at
J. F. Shelton's.
Rosette Irons at L, F. Holberg'i
Remember ! Senator Rnh Tuin ,.,:n
speak at the court house on Fridnv
night, April 12. Hear him !
Try It Once.
There is more actual miaprw ,i.l 1
real dancer in a ra.w nf iti,;.,,. r.:
disease than any other ailment. Hunt's
cure is manufactured especially for
these eases. It relieves instantly and
cures promptly. Absolutely guaranteed
Catarrh asd Headache.
a. boforth, 2119 Hoilv
Hanono I ir . 111 f.
v,n,v, woi.es; - Alter using a
samp e bottle and two 25c bottles of
Hunt s Licrhtninir Oil I nn, oi..i- n
f . !' - -o - aiiiivofc well
of Catarrh. It stops my headaches,
it is the best medicine I ever saw and
lusi. can t Keep nouse without
one is right.
Sine Old Kind.
Coco Cola and I.imn Arlarii::...
and refreshing. c. L. Ferris.
pgmB - m ,.,.,
We have just received
of Millinery such as :
a new assortment
The Beacon is authorized to an
nounce the following gentlemen to the
omces to which they aspire, all sultiect
to the action of the Democratic prima
FOR STATE SENATOR.
H. H. BKOOKS, Jr.
TOR CIRCUIT CI.IK.
C. M. SCALES.
E. T. SHOUT.
J. T. MeCLURE.
J. A. LEE.
A. D. RINION.
H. VERNON CLARK.
U. G. PAGAN.
FOR CHAMCERV C1.EKK.
T. J. WILKINS, Jit.
W. H. HOLMAN.
JNO. A. TYSON.
JAS. E. HOLT
J. P. HUNTER.
A. C. FA NT.
W. V. STEWART.
THOS. E. W1LKERSON
FOR SUPERINTENDENT EDUCATION.
J. R. JACKSON,
J. W. DEUPKEE.
S. M. TOMLIN'SON
A. P. McCASKlLL.
E. D. CAVETT.
T. J. PATTY.
J. L. FLOOR E
J. A. WEATI1ERBY.
I. T. SMITH.
W. W. McLEOD.
L. F. COLE.
The Cold Wave.
District Meeting at Hashuqua.
The thermometer took a tumble Sun-
aay 'night that blasted the cotton and bo-Md met Saturday at' 10 a
took all the humor and laugh out nf Rev s: L- Williams of
hundreds of farmers in the prairies
where the beautiful weather that ha
prevailed for the past month had
caused cotton planting to be done some
what earlier than usual, the lands had
been prepared in a manner never be-
lore seen. The lands were so well pre
pared that Mr. Walter Windham, who
came to town Monday morning to tret
j ""ma Bigntor tne destruction,
says cotton can be replanted this week
"u get ancad of cotton which had been
planted in the ordinary way" but which
imu not yet sprouted.
iw wiermometer dropped to 33 de
grees above zero, and the daily papers
report that the temperature registered
wan me coldeston record during the
inm 01 April eth, 1898, when it
. reached 28 above zero in this section
.Not a great deal of damage was
reported to the gardens, and; cot
. ton that was just comming up in the
prairies was the only thing that suf
fered. Reports from West Miss!:;
long the Iillinois Central, indicate that
considerable damage was done to to
matoes and other tender plants.
Later reports from the prairies after
the above was written are to the effect
that little damage waa done and that
(rood itand is axneeted from rnH
come and gone, but some of the good
X wm linger in our hearts
tor some time to rnmn tv,o Dl..,;..
county in the chair. After the business
or which it met had been transacted,
Rev. Mr. Williams preached a very in
structive sermon from tho Rt T
of fourth verse first chapter of Second
reter. After the sermon a sumptuous
dinner was served.
The afternoon services consisted in
the discussion of two subjects, namely:
?fr,th.f Church t0 Their Pastor"
and the Evils of Intemperance, "which
nau uuen HrranErprt t,, thn
n,i r .V". . t,,v; 1-1;1S1U11,
Knthf- WiW andRev- Charles
Knight (son of the first-mentioned) and
Rev. Thompson, pastor ot the Baptist
church at Shuqualak, and Rev, R M.
Woodruff of Binnsville, are to be con
gratulated for their good and instruc
tive speeches on these subjects.
Sunday morning Rev. Thompson made
an interesting talk on the importance
(ii the Sunday School. Rro .T w
Knight, in a short talk rlBfint.,1 tu j.,-
ties of Deacon, we think, almost to per
fection. At 11 a. n, w0 TuJr..
fhl ; chtld,?iyery instmctive sermon from
the text "For I determined not
You are growing tired
stylish for street wear.
of your pattern hat and need something
Let us have your order :
ACON MERCANTILE COMPANY.
City Lout Suit
District No. 3.
W. S. FARMER.
C. G. THOMPSON
M. R. LOVE.
W. T. STOWERS.
E. B. COLE.
District Nn. '.1
W. W. GOODWIN
District No. i.
3. E. SENNETT.
JUSTICE of ibe PEAcE
Lynn Crock and Falrport nlstrlct no
J. K. TRIPLETT
strict accordance with the underwriters
(k) To see that nil fire alarm boxes
are properly tested, butteries to (he
same are kept in proper order, at least
twice a week.
(1) To see that all other things that
may be necessary for the electric light
service, to the end that such service
shall lie properly given to the citv, and
citizens, and to do and perform all
tilings with reference to the same as
may be directed l,v the Mayor and
Do.iiii 01 .liiiermen, irom tune to time.
See. 1. lie it further ordained that
the said Superintendent shall run the
workwiirks plant, and
00 To ; personally supervise the
same, keeping the machinery in a
cleanly and proper condition at all times
CO .That it shall be his duty to tap
(c) To insneet all olm.,1,;,,,,- .,,,,1 t
0 all ads with reference to water
works plant lis an (Miti iiijifH' cm.ALiM.oMi
and superintendent, that mav be nec
Sec. 5. Be it further, ordained that
and Superintendent shall cmplov all la-
oui ior me nimuwn ,,r
l.,'...,,l . J ""AUUBfUI.
To L. A- Cherry or her unknonnlin
whose postollice address is unknor
Ve command yon to he and mp
before the Chancery of our said (V
eery Court at a term thereof to k
Imlden at the Court-House in the ta.
ot Macon, in hhiiI 'niinf,, 11 r .
rim,, ,r ;h,.,. ; f ... ..... ' : :
said waterworks in, I .1 ... Z . V,. ' i ? A'.,r" Utn m
.1:..... .1. .
uiiiiiiice uiKe enect and I.p i (
from and after It ,,. . be lnN
Approved tins the ,'il dav nf l.
" r.. Aiu,m
ft v v v....
I, R. E. V. Yates eilv rU,i 1
certify that the 2 "
ordinance was duly passed as
-jan, ,iist nioetingof f.
corded 111 Aiiiiute Book K nnet
m'- K. E. v. im".
Thr Statp ef Mi.
K.l..Tlioi.V l,:.ciK-rr, I s, uwT,'
anil keeping both
looouioii. rsaiu empl
! 11 I wiin relereiiee to fixing salaries
shall be bv consent of the. 1. 1
always in a
to piead, answer or demur to
nd cause whew
1; , j , i "iiiui.iiutT ainxei at my office in A
hf 1., 1
"... u ,uiy ii's iiei ee m :t!(
the same or represented by
f hi it ii-U,. l... 11 . .
. .. ee mat the electric '
' " Wllmn aw premises, are
the'.n7'- fm-ttuT ordained that
1 Supermtendent of the waterworks
n,i. eponi to th,i c erk of th
BoardofAldern.en, on Mo
of each week, the amount of cot
v i v nv 11 11,1V nr r nn Kit
the amount of oil used, tl;
"mi .inn iime, uie
, ""'"K1"1' Proceditijj week
V " "ours wnrkeri hv tnnm
bill of complaint in
yon are defendants,
ipiaturo and the sell 0!
it my office in tk
r tii.iM.oii f'L,t
m, oe .a men. i:,(-;it.
an electri-1 .
said Court nflixe
ouioner 01 men em-
News was received this week from
Jackson that the SuDreme fWf v,.
rendered a decision adverse to the Citv
in the case of the Noxubee County
Hardware Co. against the City of Ma-
v,1JJf yi Ule opinion of the
court has been yet received here, but
" io uuuci.tiuuu cnat tne court hods
that sect on 109 of tho ..l:""1"8
hibits any city official from contract
ins with or dea incr witl, tk
t. , : o ...v.. wic tiLV, ann
it is supposed that the injuction asked
for in the bill of comnlaint will i J1.C
perpetual The injunction sought was
to prohibit the City from purchasing
any article from the business house "f
a member of the board of alderman.
Now is the time to have your furni
tures repaired for summer.
J. F. Shelton.
I am preDared to miot...,
number of cattle, Plenty of water and
hue grazing. Walter B. Patty.
A thirty barrel tank and wind mill
both comparatively new. For sale.
Macon Bottling Works.
We will dnliver Ice at any place in
Macon and suburbs during the morning
only at the same price that prevailed
last seoson. We ask thn, u,.ii-
to witch for the wagon and have cou
Pons or cash ready, as our drivers have
been instructcg not to leave ice with
out one or the other.
ARCTIC ICE & COAL CO.
H. D. Jinkins, Sec'y.
For Sale Cheap.
hanal1"?? ?"d. 5 Au?rt?r Jhrfting and
al nnll v 6 ,1"cn,snaItlnpri sever-
Th. darter of I.torponti.,, ,f Ad., Ci d
Ouy, MLcnnTM ii, MnTO"' Wis"'. I G,
. T he domtrilr i. .1
4. Ajn.nt of capital .toVki, TJl'no
n II. PJ rf,at ' "hares I, tToo
or sale cheap. Apply to
Remember Standard Granulate s.
6. . u cents a pound for one pound or
... twenty pounds Standard Gran,
ulated for $1.00. All spot cash.
Macon Mercantile Co.
detorminnH nnt fi,. '
S among you save Jesus Christ
and him cruci hed.-lst r.n-
ject, "Paul the SnRpinlinf "' Tk;'
n ii'KYv"' meetings ever held here.
Uur Kastor roo m,.,ii in ...
T.-i, ir.. , . r , ,,'r. us ana
..v-y i-juoi. 11H8 ieu nis sign but we
hope nothing very seriou has been
done. From some cause most of the
iaimon wo behind with their work.
Pianos and Organs.
The undersigned desires to inform
the owners of pianos and organs that
fortius next two months, he will beat
liberty to do any kind of repairing and
tuning that may be needed. Charges
moderate and work muninuj r?..n
on or address. WiVjdson JJovi.e.
Buff and Barred
Eggs from Handed bred birds
51.00 for 15; $5.00 for 90.
MISS ELMER BARNHILL
R. P. D. No. Macon, Mi!s
Ice cream 5c and 10c.
C. L. Ferris.
tin. n . 1. :. " 11 ' created !
!".l.er. .,11 and h " V " l0'1!. "i"1
Her. oi .rnt. . .:! areraea lm.
thine , la feiV erallr do.i "'J
c&T&h!:"Jl!!"V ..T he er.
be the proviiioaJof' " chai.", oi"0"'".'
Code, 1HOU. cnpter 24, Mi.aimlppl
0. W. ADAMS,
I- M. ADAMS,
1. G. GUV,
State oC MlaMaMppI,
Thi. n.T No.T"l' C.oniity.
the uder,iRert nitl oVrt0 2?" n.e.
M. Adaina. S. w ,r..''. i.,ta. i L.
the above ind U.L. .'?. ,n5. "cti
0RD10ANCE NO. 2 1907,
1 A . r-J:
-.. yruinance creating the Position of
".pwiiiinuuiii. 01 me Waterworks
Plant for the City of Macon;
and providing the duties thereof "
Mr,ii k 1 f Lumlec for said
lioard of Aldermen, at its fW
ifSthCB' illB!ilth('r "lained that
ouciiiauniieni so c ecti.rl
as provided, ahull v, .'t'.Itt,i
- cwiiic mint llvim
any causei ,ncompetent, or shall fai Tr
refuse to perform the duties of his Po
sition as Bra kft....,, ,, '"r
upon ten days writton not e, The M f
or and Board of Aldermen reserve &
right to dischare-e or ili.mi,. :.
nprint0n,lnt "u nu-
, Fojiiij. nun the 1
due, to the datP nf hi. ,n0..i,
I miRSBl " ".v.,ia,Ke
. Sec. 3. Be it further ordaini.H u. .
-t shall be the duty of theM
(a) To act in the capacity of i-,n,i
lZZUbe e wa-
(b) To personally see and inspect th
erection and maintainance of all eW
trie apparatus. 11 elec-
0 fect a11 ire8 in the streets
either undercrnnnH Ieets
Mi T Tu " .--ii . "V.CI" a(l,
1(1 Vft hf'pn
'"nth in which the
If l.,, .... !
II. 11 ill S IT tmi. ... 1
on th,. i.,f ' eie mane
liu 't further ordained that
ed.t 1 .all also re !ort on'
id on h L hmonth', the ""''nt of
UIL UnVAl hVl rant,, 1 1- , '
Sec. 0. R .......
the said s. "V1 that
to "the oitZ' , 1 ,,s,,il" execute
llUOOforti,. V. . r'. nl"P Penalty of
his Jiuties ..V 1 l1(,''1"K'e .f
comnencv or n,.i' . u'm re or in-
Plovces. V-l i, "1,"1 yf his
, -., ...IIVU MM,,,, ynt,,
tmk Statu iir xnssissim
Nurii willmrii, i-oinp't 1 1 11 1 he rhannt-
N'i. :siai. vs J rv c-mrt of 'oi.
I'VO Wllhuril. il,.ft ( ul.i.C..,
To Steve Wiiburn eose postoffice id
dress is unknown:
We command Villi tn ho mni nntvif
before the Chancellor of our said Chin
eery Court at a term thereof to It
holden at the Court House, in the ton
of Macon, in said county, on thetati
.Monday in April A. 1).,' UNIT, then iK
there plead, answer or demur to the
Bill of Complaint in said cause you in
Witness mv signature and the seal of
said Court affixed at my office in Citt
of Macon, this lllth day of March 1991.
Z. T. I'lORitoH, Clerk.
the date of thn , . ' "i-3 from
tendent to 1
! or dis-
vicci on of Niifh
in. , , . "j''i hi
and iimmi .V a , , . ""u "Jie Mayor
- ."n linen.
paid to J,r'iy -l thel'l'f,f shall be
mg provided in thia at TOU
alUrTlilei0! VHA that
dmance be and th., ... L this
th': 32: B jt further
same is hereby re-
Notice to the Voten of Noxubee Coaul;
As required by law, I will belt til!
following voting precincts, between tin
hours of ) a. 111. and 4 p. m. for tin
purpose of registering all person! de
siring and entitled to registration to
wit: At Deerbrook, Monday, April 8thW
" Cliftonvilie, Tuesday, " Wh "
" Prairie Pt., Wednesday " 10th '
" Center ' Thursday " 11th "
" Cooksviile, Friday, " 12th '
" Paulette, Saturday, " l3th "
" Shuipialak, Monday, " 15th "(
" fummerville, Tuesday ' 16th ",
" Ilashuriua, Wednesday " Kth "i
' Mitshulaviile, Thursday ' IHh "
" Urookuville, Monday, " '
" Pairview. Tuesd.-iv. " 3rd
Lynn Creek, (Aflgood
Mill) Wednesdav. " 2h '
All persons from any and all prwnc.J
of the county, desiring to register n
my office in Macon, can do so at W
time, provided they n-glster on or be
fore the 5th dav of July in -order thi
they may vote 'this year, which iW
months prior to the general election,
i he above requirements aiso apply
ul'Kibility in the primary election:
C. M. Scales,
Registrar Noxubee Co.
fd) To dolhn ,i.n
for electrical use in ;akrci ;.aUn0USC9
lei Tn nlano ..11 1 1 . .
street lf.hf, , , Tf- ana. ecp all
(i) To run the electric lieht' maohi
ery, and to keep the same fn a proper"
cleanly cond tinn L i'roPer,
all other thino-. th" C..."u any and
of him. u may re1uii-e
(f?) To look after and keen in ...
condition, all electric "ight w ?es
alarm boxes to be used by" the city.
(h) To inspect all overhead sfrt
constructions, poles braekS-a . 1
arms, and all electrical fixtures T-T
and -outside, in hii?i " m-es; ns'de
such other work as mayte required of I
him by proper authorities. reqmredf
(0 To keep a record of all annli
a vn owctia C)P in hntt.
whether approved or reiepfnrt f '
to give notice to the Ma'r ind D
of Alderman of any kind in f.?.ard
(J) To remove from any buildin.,
when hboooooc ..l . . ' ""lining.
inn.mli,. . ..
rfr"'.-.0: ."''y' or other annlianoi
Bun tlx jf Tha , sii a Aat bwM
r a" - - -- - -
E. L. LUCAS, Prop.
Centrally Located; One Block
RUKUlPKtd Pof t rn
Lodging 60c. Rates: $1,60 per day
C and Lng Trouble. Prevents Pneumonia and Cousumptioa
HONEY and TAR
"'tfetitthat this or-
Uw purpose of repairing 0f
or reLuud.ng, any electiica
therein found, to see that al 'ffl
aDDhancen am nlai u , c'l.l-irieal
.tar. "lutO-ii 'Jl
.1 "ITIMIl.it.il .T. U. 4.m 1U
MADE FOREVERT HW
"Pcrioriiynf HiSlj rr'l"PrJ,'"om Rcv' Griffith of Texas, .howinfr the
mat we make I.)
"Jion. Jr:i,i qi
"'in ot shoeval
Shofa. One ri.nn !.! anneriority l
'"ta ior every prrsr.n and for every purpu".
"h f nil 1 . l-.thet
"; I,,,- ti, k"".-:. ., ... 100
-- i - ".'.-'11 or 1 ne wearer. i"u
W "' vtr-v J'-ar you psy for Diamond Brand ihoei. '
w fipy.mm BRAND
, , .v t-.HVf-w in ewiq ounuipg in
ANY nrZ"!9 tlNE SHOES Tl
mmmZ' mVsr IN TtiL lST.
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