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SIMPLY because you have a moderate income is no reason why you
should buy cheap, unsatisfactory home furnishings.
Under the old C. 0. D. system immediate need sometimes forced the
buying of unattractive, badly made things, simply because they were
low in price. There is no excuse for this sort of buying now. Our sys
tem of partial payments has done away with it. There is no longer any
reason why you should not have good, substantial, handsome, genuine,
comfortable furniture in your home. You can get the best from us and
pay for it a little at a time as your income permits. Let us tell you
about this system and let us show you our attractive offerings today.
"H 'VLr rs X IV i
On and off Like a Coat.
The EMERY SHIRT this sea
son is cut with the form fitting
Bkirt, this insures perfect com
fort demanded by the wearer,
note the perfect tailoring in the
cut illustrated above. We have
just received a full assortment
of THE EMERY Shirts in the
patterns surpassing any ever
shown by us, PATTERNS em
bracing all the newest designs
and in colors that are absolute
ly fadeless.
See them and Learn Shirt
Comfort A look will interest
Mr. E. L. Knight, son of Mr. W. J.
Knight, and Miss Helen Hudnall were
married in Shuqualak on Wednesday
night, March 27, by Justice Burruge.
Williams makes the prices on corn,
oats and meal. Call on him.
Mr. Jno. L. Floore, of Shuqualak,
candidate for treasurer, was looking
after his iuterests in Macon yesterday.
Mr. T. J. Wilkins, candidate for
chancery clerk, was in the city this
Mr. T. S. Murphey has been quite
ill this week.
Try a Frances Wilson Cigar at Har
din. It is has been suggested to The Bea
con that only men who have no children
to be whipped, should be appointed on
the Board of Trustees of the Macon
graded high school.
Church Notice.
Rev. Chas. A. Loveless of Baird,
Texas, will preach at the Baptist church
Sunday morning and night.
. Mrs. A. H. Bush of Macon is the
pleasant guest of her daughter, Sirs. E.
C. Scales -Winston Journal
Milk for Sale.
Will have sweet milk delivered any
where in Macon at 20c per gallon or
124c per halt gallon.
kRS. A. C. Fant,
Call on Williams for Corn,
For Sale
Oats and
Herd of registered Short-horns -5 fe
males and 1 male all iminunes and
young. W. E. Stennis.
WANTED-Oat sacks at Ice Factory.
See the of hosiery, white silk, black
silk and the real lace are on display at
Walter B. Patty's.
If your bill is due at J. F. Shelon's
please call and settle.
Choice Blue Grass seed at L. F. Hol
berg'g Hardware Store.
Mr. J. M. Edwards was- in the city
Miss Lizzie Bass is visiting friends in
Mrs. Thos. Baker was the guest this
week of Mrs. W. T. Connor,
Miss Mary Dinsmore visited friends
in Meridian last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Shurtof Brooks
Wile were in the city this week.
Mr. W. J. Knight and son of Calyx,
were in the city Monday.
Miss Ina Caine spent a week at home
from school in Jackson, Tenn.
A most enjoyable dance was given at
the German Club on Tuesday.
Mrs. Wyatt M. Jonos and Mrs. J. E.
Hibbler, her mother, are in St. Louis.
Miss Mary Gay of Starksville spent
last Sunday with Miss Mabel Scales.
Miss Bessie Thomas has returned
from a month's visit to relatives in Co
lnmbus. Mrs. W. A. Walker, of Brooksville,
has been the guest this week of Mrs.
Mrs. W. F. Scales returned this week
from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Brady
In Mobile,
Mrs. W. D. Clark spent several days
this week visiting Mrs. J. E. Flood in
Miss Ida Windham of Stone, has been
the guest this week of her sister, Mrs.
H. H. Brooks, Jr.
Miss Ida Thompson of Meridian has
been the guest this week of Mrs.
W. E. Stennis.
Mr. T. W. Elkin, son of Mr. Eugene
Elkin, of Meridian, was in Macon sev
eral days this week.
Mr. W. L. Fleming of Paulette was
in the city Monday on business before
the board of supervisors.
Miss Lizzie Hagin, who is teaching
in the Summerville neighborhood, was
in the city this week.
Judge W. C. Groves, wife and son of
Warsaw, Ala., were among the snop-
pers in the city Thursday.
Miss Annie Faust left this week for
Chicago, where she will take a course
in padagory at the University.
Mrs. Dr. J. E. Wyatt, of Prairie
Point, visited her daughter, Miss Louise
Wyatt several days this week.
The first German Coach horse colt
sold this week to Mr. J. C. Fant by Mr.
A. D. Binion at six days old for $100.
Misses Maybelle and Jeanne Cooper
of Meridian, were the guests several
days this week of Mrs. Emmett Dantz
ler. Capt. E. B. Boyd, and Dr. and Mrs.
W. F. Scales spent Thursday in Colum
bus, where they visited Capt. Boyd's
Mrs. W. V. Fant of Newton, who has
been visiting her parents at Shuqualak,
spent Thursday in Macon with Mrs. A.
E. Fant.
Robert Patty, of the Patty Dry
Goods Co., returned this week from a
trip to Texas, Oklohoma and Indian
Miss Daisy Pruit of the I. I. & C,
visited home this week. She was ac
companied by Miss Daisy Duncan of
Iviness, Miss.
Mr. J. W. Paulette and wife and
Mr, G. B. Paulette, of Paulette, Miss.,
spent a few days in Columbus last
week. -Columbus Commercial.
Mrs. Murray I!oh- Uonof Deerbrocl ,
is in Columbus, where she was called
on account of the serious illness of her
uncle, Mr. Rodin, a former citizen (f
this county.
Minor and William Dent, Lougstrcet
Minor and Clinton Doir h of the A. &
M. were at home on a visit this week.
The latter was detained at home on ac
count of illness.
Mr. Edmur.d Patty n. timed Thu : ;-
day from Mobile where he went siboUt .
a week before while suffering wi.h an
attack of billions fever. He is very
much improved.
Mr. Tom White Criglcr recovered
sufficiently from a severe a attack of
bilious fever to go to Starkvillc
Tuesday where ho will be under the
care of his father and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus McLeod left yes
terday for Cincinnati where they will
visit friends. Mr, McLeod will also
visit friends in Kansas City, Mo., and
other points in the west before re
turning home.
Miss Ruth, the fifteen year old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Pratt of
Cliftonvillo had the misfortune this
week to be thrown from a horse and
seriously ' injured, though it is not
known to what extent.
Miss M. J. Thompson of Meridian,,
who haB been teaching the Colburn
school, has accepted the position as pri
mary teacher in the Macon Graded and
High School. Miss Ida Thompson will
finish her sister's term .in the Colburn
school. "
Messrs. T. A. Baker, J. B. Binion
and W. T. Britton, from East Noxubee
came to town this week to get away
from the sight of the destruction of the
frost. Several of these gentlemen
took degrees in the Rights of Pythias
Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. Patty enter
tained a few couples at euchre on Wed
nesday evening. Miss Bessie Ferris
was winner of the prize. The guests
were Misses Viva Harrison, Mabel
Scales, Bessie Ferris, Alma Bray, and
Messrs. Julius Klaus, Jack Holman,
Henry Owens and J. R. McNichols.
The friends in this city of Mr. C. F.
Grossman, especially his old army com
rades, of which there are few left, will
regret to learn of his ill health. In a
letter to the Beacon, renewing his
subscription, he says: "I expect it will
be the last subscription I will send, as
my health is very bad and I have not
been able to do any work for a year."
Mr. Grossman is living with a married
daughter in Rome, Ga.
j-s. rr j. sssssx
eopynywr not, io, v. wict co., chium
We could run a tailor shop and make
our goods here at home but we
cannot do sufficient business to enable
us to buy from first hands THE MILLS
We have no labor market here from which to secure
up-to-date cutters and tailors
And we would always have on hand a lot of old styles,
remnants from the previous season.
For the above and many other good reasons too
numerous to mention, we take the measures and let
Ed. V. Price y Co., The Chicago Merchant Tailors,
do the rest. -: '
Their facilities do not consist of a sewing machine
bought on the installment plan, but a modern up-to-date
plant equipped with every improved labor sav
ing device for practical economy for the benefit of
our customers a thousand tailor shops in one.
Stylish up-to-date garments made expressly for you
from reliable cloths $20 to $35 per suit. ,
It will pay you to investigate. a ' '" j
Call and see fabrics Nos. 5220, 3262,; 5280, 3297. i
clnslve Local Representative of Ed. V. Price h Coalpahy, Merchant Tailors, Chicago"
PATTY BROS. Gash Store.
There is a reason why Patty BrosCash i Store
is the fastest growing store in Noxubee County
Church Notice.
At the Presbyterian church 11 a. ni.
Subject-1- The Origin of Easter
and when it was introduced into the
Christian church. 2. What Christ has
done for us.
At 7:30 p, m. Subject-" The Magi
cian's Palace."
Preaching at Center Point Presbyte
rian church tomorrow, April 7th 1907 at
4 p. m.
We have just received -a
new lot of goods for
and are the prettiest we have this s eason
ask to see them when
you call the next time.
An Ordinance Authorizing the Borrow
ing of $WJi2 from the Merchants
a d Farmers Hank :
fv-c. 1. lie it ordained by the Mayor
and Board of AJderman of the City of
Maciii, Miss, that the Mayor be ai:d h
he;e y OTipoviTcl to to execute Ihf
note of the City of Macon, M:8i., t
the M Tcha: t and Fanners Hank, for
seven hund-. d arid sixty-three and fifty
two one hurdred-hi do 'ars bearing in
terest at rate of ( i.;hi pc. ent from date
hereot. Thu .-aid note Ixu.g oue anu
payable March 1st l'JOS, and being exe
c.it d to meet the cm rent expenses for
said year. Which indebtednes-s, added
to the current dobt for the said year,
will not exceed the sum which the levy
of taxes for said year may raise.
Sec. 2, Be it further ordained that
the occanion being urgent, this ordi
nance he in force and take effect from
and after its passage.
W, M. Jones,
Attest: Mayor Pro Ti m.
R. E. V. Yates,
I, R. E. V. Yai.es. cleik, ecreby cer
tify that the foregoing ordinance was
duly pas"sed as provided by law at the
March 11th 1907 meeting of the Hoard
and the same is duly recarded in Minute
Book E. natre 205 et req.
R. E. V. Yates,
FOR SALE-Two second-hand culti
vators for sale cheap. Apply to.
Ai.lik Swans-,
R. F. D. No. 2, Macon, Mi:s.
Taken Vfi
Mr. Jon. Morgan, one mile east of
Macon has taken up three heifers
calves. Owners are reauested to prove
I property anu laKe away, or iney win
'be estrayed according to law.
Cockrell's Livery Stable.
Mr. Thos. Cockrell has rented the
Griggs' livery stable and has re-opened
for business. He has a number of good
tejms aiwl -uew vehicles and the patron-
ace of the Dublic is solicited both for
both livery and feed. Patronage ot the
public for his bus is also solicited.
To Whom it my Concern:
The nublic is hereby notified that
Horace Mathenv has contracted to work
with me for the year 1907, and has left
premises without my concent, and I
hereby notify all parties not to con
tract with or employ him, under the
phnalty of the law.
apr 6. Larry M. Matheny.
WANTED-A good combination sad
dle horse. Good price for the right an
imal. Alldress,
Dr. W. E. Jackson,
Rashulaville, Miss.
All kinds of sewing machines for sale
at J. F. bhelton s.
Special Francis Wilson
a 10c. CIGAR for
fl 1 ' 1.' 1
Si, J
1 esasmssmsimmi9 J II
5 cents
I don't carry a few
things in the
Jewelry Line
for the
Holiday Trade,
but an up-to-date
the year round
Come and see
for yourself.
Everything new.
Headquarters for the
Parker Fountain Pen.
IoupIop nriH Fnornver.
who has been thinking he has to pay
five dollars to get a pair of shoes for
him, in fit, in quality and general satis
faction will step into
our store then into a pair of our L.S.& D. CORRECT
SHOES or OXFORDS, will reveal something he did not
know before in regard to
THEM. We are exclusive
sellers for the L. S. & D. in
Macon and sell them at
$3.50 and $4.00
Fine Oxfords.
For Ladies.
Name the leader of f r.shion
among the ladies of your
acquaintance, and .4ine
chances out of ten, she is
wearing a
SHOEJnml buys it from the
For Men.
It's not what we have done,
what we intend to do, nor
what we can do. but what
we do do, that counts and
makes us stake our reputa
tion on the
SHOE. Soldbv
They Have
We have received our mammoth stock of
which we are going to offer our friends at prices that are bound
to attract. This stock embraces that which is new and up-to-date.
Drop in and we will be pleased to show yuo.
Millinery Department
We have Tailored and Ready-to-Wear Hats in all the new and
exclusive designs. Come in and see them.
Men's Spring Suits.
TLnfl la nlmnof Tin limit, to the number of diierent styles and
fahrics. we are showing in Men's early spring
are exclusive, styles are the latest and
work.nanBhip tha very best.
wear, a a Dries
most fashionable and
Macon, Miss.
t the clos
Loam c.ni discounts on ptmirani t
collateral Hcnntien f";-n,l
ol blne DECEMBER Ji. 1006
"nher real estate.'...: 1 H SI
furniture and fixtures.
ui .l.t .Tphnnpp
Ca-h on hand '7,
ty warrants..
County warrants jw.v,-.
Total 6119,689 92
H.'.t'JB 1 1
2,!W OO
135.770 r4
Capital paid in
Undivided profits
Individual deposits subject to
Time certificates of deposlte.
Dividend unpaid
..$ 7S.000 00
.. 18.000 0
.. 54 7X1 03
,. Sfl,271 It
98.48!) 70
200 00
I. K. V
Total 699,489 91
To the officers of the bank
To directors of the hank ?,
To Stockholders of the bank . ' , , ,
Vat,.. Cashier of Bank of Merchant, and Fanners i f iVSS
dn herebV certifrthat the foregoine is n true, full ana exact "":'
Launk on the
Sworn to and subterihed before me. a Justice of the Peace
Noxubee, Mississippi, this, Utn day 01 January
Examined and found correct. This ISth dav of Ian. 1907.
in and for 'the said County of
w. J. riibLrs,
Justice ot the Peace.
T. M, HENRY, Audit
Twill Make You Smile
To see the assortment of Furniture I have have. Not alone
is there everything in the line you you may need, but each
article is the very best of its kind. Furniture is not always
as good as it looks. I am proud to say mine is of a char,
acter that will stand the test of service. The kind youVant
Senator Bob Taylor. .
We wish to announce'to the
public that Hon. Bob Tay-f .
lor has consented to deliv'A
On Friday, April i2, 1q07,
his new lecture i
Temptation v
for the benefit of of Walter:'
Barker Chapter U. D. 0: " ' '
We are try to raise money
to put markers to the five-'
hundred Confederate Sort1
diers buried in the Odd Fel' '
lows' cometery.
Mks. J. E. Rives,
Mrs. L. F. Holberg, President,
The greatest living entertainer, Sen
ator Bob Taylor, at the court house
Friday night. April 12.
Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Featherston will
leave this afternoon for New Orleans,
where they will spend a few days. The
doctor will also attend a meeting of the
State MedicalAsssclation in Gulfport
next week.
Mr. W. Selleck, who returned from
Texas about ten days ago, where he had
been ill with' pneumonia for nearly two
weeks, is still quiet ill.
Strayed from two-mile prairie about
ten days ago, a bay mare, about U yrs.
old. r.tar in face, hinh weathers, holds
head high, in good condition. . Notify
Lea Dunn, Macon, Miss.
Notice Teachers.
Examination for white teachers will
be held at the cour house on April 5
and 6 and 19th and 20th, and for color
ed teachers on April 12th aed 13th, and
26th and 27." '
FOR RENT: Store house one door
north of W. D. Clark. Possession giv
en by May 1st. Apply to D. F. Allgooc
Macon, Miss, or G. W. Cunningham, of
Brooksville, Miss.
It is ordered bv the Mavor and Board
of Aldermen of the City of Macon,
Miss., that all parties who tan to pay
ck-ctnc litrht bills to the Clerk ot the
mavor and board of aldermen bv the 10th
of each month, the suuerin'tendent has
been ordered to cut out the lichts of
those in arrears, and a fee of one doll;-.
will be charged to cut the lights m
nirain. This order will be strictly en
forced bv the Board after the first of
April 1907. R. E. V. Yates.
mch. l(i-3ts Clerk.
If you pay double you cannot get them
better and perhaps not so good.
Notice is hereby given that the city
has passed an ordinanca imposing a
privilege tax on industries, and all par
ties liable to tax under such 'ordinance
are hereby notified that they must ap
ply to the clerk of tne city and secure
from him privilege license as required
by said ordinance or suffer the penalties
inflicted thereby. -. ,:
R. E, V. Yates,,
4-G-4t. , i City Clerk.
Painters and Decorators.
is a pleasure with Good Tools.
We carry a full line of Hoes,
P-iL-ps. Snades. Folks, ete. Give
5 us your orders we will treat you
Z right. Our line of
I L. F. Holberg,
s a r 'tr ti
Notice. I
I have employed Philip Misso to run
my well machine,
mch. 16-lm.
G. N. Ladd.
A line of fine samples of wall paper
kept and any one wanting work will do
well to see them.
All work guaranteed.
Better Tho Ever." "; ,r .'
Crushed Fruits on Ice Cream, Straw
berry, Pine Apple, Peach, CherrW and
Walnuts, 10c. C. L, FEKjUB.
. I will take a limited number of cows
for pasture on the Sargent place four
miles north of M aeon. Splendid pasture
and plenty of good water. Will have
cows taken out. Price, 50c per month.
3.16 ' . W. V. Rogers.
' Something New.
Have you tried Strawberry Floss.
Pure strawberry syrup ice cold at
C. L. Ferris' Soda Fount.
Corn and Oats
For Sale.
1 haVe. bought 10,000
bushels of Corn and Oats
and can save you money
on sanae. King io.
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