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SMART, FALL SUITS
Do it now ! Buy your New Fall and Winter Suit today.
A long, cold winter is before us. Be prepared for it.
for it. Have the advantage of wearing your New Clothes
the whole season.
J You can tiy tifcft here rcw to best Eo'valilEge. We carry a larger
stock, more fabrics irerc stare?, rr.cre sizes llan you can find elsewhere.
Moreover, every Suit we sell l as an ur usual style abcut it a lock of gen
uine smartness that ycu'll fir.d hard to equal.
$12.50420.00
Yours for business,
W. M.LAMBERSON.
Miss Evelyn Windham of the I. I. &
C. is with her sister, Mrs. W. T. Con
nor. Miss Alice Bush entertained the
Whist Club on last Friday afternoon.
The prize, an exquisite centerpiece was
curried off by Mrs. J. II. Williams. W1
Mr. Ellis lirame gave at the (jerman
Club Ust night, a dance with Misses
Mnybelle and Jeanne Cooper, of Me
ridian as hunorces.
Mrs. II. L. J. ISarnes and son have
returned from a month's visit in Hat
tiesburg. Mrs. Val Ames spent part of the
week with relatives in Meridian.
Mrs. Harden Crooks spent Wednes
day and Thursday in Meridian on a
visit to friends.
Mrs. N. II. Harrison entertained at
dinner on Tuesday for Miss May
Sprouls of New Orleans, who is Miss
Viva Harrison's guest.
Mr. R. A. Cunningham and Prof. W,
W. Golden of Columbus, Mis., are in
the city in the interest of the steno
graphic demonstration to be given here
next week under the direction of the
Columbus Business College, Columbus,
Miss. Our vounir folks should avail
themselves to take advantage of this
excellent opportunity to become ac
quainted with the wonderful Byr
Simplified shorthand.
The Shortlund Draomtr.il ion will be held at
the court house in the grand jury room instead of
the Dorroh Building.
Miss Evelyn Windham, of tlw I. I.
& C, faculty, leaves Friday for Maccm
Miss Hawley Senter leaves Friday
lor t ;
Macon, where she goes to attend the
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dance given
Commercial.
Stop the Shooting.
Hilitor of the Beaeoo
I enter my protest against the indis
criminate and foolish custom of firing
;:istols whenever a fire occurs in town,
and would recommend that an ordi
nance be passed and enforced regulat
ing this dangerous practice.
Citizen.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
State of MieHiHNippi, Noxubee bounty
In CMnncer? Court.
Mrs. MtrlicA. Cromwell, et ill., )
No. anas vs. J
Mrs. Susnn C. Kershaw. )
I'.v virtue of a decree nf the ChnueeryPourt
viifi County, rendered In the above stylrd 1
i.me on tue Jtn limy oi ;i-tniirr, a. i,,
r.to7 ofsnid Court. 1, the undersized, duly
appointed Snerbil Commissioner ot said
Court, will, on the
2d Day of December, A. D., 1907
between the hours of eleven o'clock a. m. nnd
fuiir o'clock p. m.,srll. lit the front door of
the court house in snir) Noxubee county, to
the highest bolder or bidders for Cash upon
contlrmHtion J the following described rent
etnte. situated in the count? of Noxubee In
the State of Mississippi, towit:
Northeast quar. nnd en.t half of northwest
iirtr. south thre-qnur. T. 14, K. Iri. contain
ing L'40 acres, more or less, subject to the
riybtof Lucas K. Moore & Co., or their as
hinns, which expires on March 8th. 1907. to
enter upon" said lands to cut nml remove
tliri'efrom all white oak trees 70 Inches, or
more, in circumference measured 12 '.fc feet from
the uround.
The riht Is reserved to withdraw said Innd
from sale nt any time before knocking siune
iluwn to a purchases, if the undersigned shall
reward the highest bid ottrred fo be too low.
Hated this the "th dv of.Nov'r'A. 1 10O7,
K. K. 1IANTZI.KK.
Sheriff nnd ex-ofticio Comtntssintier of the
Chancery Court nnd Special Coin, herein.
We Have Confidence
We Accept Checks
Conficktiet that the Hanks and Tntst
Compnnics of the country at large, and
of tin's community especially, 'are abso
lutely sound. Patty Bros. Cash Store
will accept, in payment for merchandise,
cashier's checks, local pay-roll checks,
signed by responsible parties on banks
in this vicinity.
' PAfTY BROS. CASH ST0RI5
There is a Reason Why
is the Fastcst-Growinif
Fa icy Veils
Nobby Neckwear
Autocrat Trousers
Eeaver Hats
Cresset Shoes
E. & W. Gloves
Carharlt Overalls
Mattawan Shirts
V
t IJBaSEBEKHKCTJ
SOCIAL AND
PERSONAL.
Ed. Oliver, son of Mr. L. Oliver, re
turned laHt week from Atlanta, Ga.,
where he has been for several months
attending a business college.
Mr. H. B. Curler, who bought, last
summer, several thousand acres of land
between Macon and Urooksville, re
turned this week from DeKalb, 111. He
brought back two expert tilers and will
have a good portion of the Mcintosh
and Rogers places tiled.
Dr. Rufus Wyatt, of Ethelville, Ala.,
a former practicing physician of Ma-
in the county this week. He had thyS
misfortune about two weeks ago, to
lose a fine barn and a large amount of
feed stuff. His residence, which he
erected in the last year or two, had a
narrow escape, and he feels very for
tunate that his loss was not heavier.
We are glad to note that Mr. Sam
Bowen, the old Confederate veteran,
who was so badly burned about two
weeks ago, a notice of which was made
in the Beacon Rt the tinw, is very much
improved nnd he will soon resume the
duties of constable, which office he has
held for a number of years'.! He is at
the home of his sister, MrsrStevens at
l.he old Howen place across Cedar creek.
Mr. Mat Edwards has been acting con
stable since Mr. Howen's accident.
Mrs. Mary Mahorner's many friends
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Yfwere glad to welcome her on a recent
visit of a few days from 1 er home in
Mobile. While here she was the guest
of Mrs. Mollie Patty.
The Board of Supervisors was in ses
lion this vveek from Monday until Frf
day. The last three days was spent in
hearing the petition of T. B. Paulette
and others for a public road. A coun
ter petition was filed and about f rtv
witnesses was heard on both sides of
the case. The board granted the pet i
f.ion. An appeal, it is understood, wi!
be taken to the circuit court. Geo,
Richardson appeared for Dr. Paulette
nnd J. E. Rives represented the other
side of the question.
The' friends of Joe Len Thompson.
and of his family, will be glad to know
that today his condition took a decided
turn for the better, and high hopes of
his recovery are entertained.
A Card of Thanks.
We take this medium to thank our
friends for their kind words and acts
of sympathy nnd service to us during
the recent illness ana death or our
loved one, Mrs. S. Ji. Connor. As we
heard words of Christian sympathy
coming from friends and acquaintances,
it caused ! our broken hearts to lookup
to Him who giveth and taketh away
and thank Him for the blesscth privil
ege of living and dwelling among such
people. May Heaven's richest bless
ings be upon each one of you is the
prayer of ones who appreciath every
act of kindness and expression of sym
pathy. S. B. Connom,
Mr. and Mks. E. C. Jamison.
Patty Bros. Cush Store
Store in Noxubee Co,
MARRIED.
Clark--Mauldin
A particularly pretty coutitrywet!ding
occurred at Lion church .Wednesday
evening, November (Hh, when Mi.-s
Melissa Madldin became the bride of
Mr. II. Vernon Clark. The church was
beautifully and most artistically do-orated
in green and while, the white of
the decorations being made up of bc-i-quets
of chrysanthemums.
The wedding march was played by
Miss Carrie Williams. The ushers
were Messrs. Irvin Mauldin, Frank
Mauldin, Astor Smith and Sam Clark.
The ceremony was performed by Itov.
J. II. Hock, in the presence of a large
crowd that filled the church to over
flowing. A great many people from
Macon were present
After the ceremony the happy couple
came to town where an elegant light
supper was given them by Mr. and Mir.
E. E. Dantzler, the only other guests
being Miss Mary Dinsmore and Mr.
Sam Clark.
The bride is the daughter of .Mr, ami
Mrs. Joshua Mauldin and is noted at
one of the prettiest girls in Noxubee,
as well as possessing great charm of
manner and intellect. The groom is
one of the best known young men in
the county and is the oldest son of Mr.
W. D. Clark. Ho entered the sheriff's
office some eight years ago when his
father held that office, and so well per
formed the duties there that he has
continued deputy ever spice, holding
that position now.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark are now residing
at the home of Mr. E. E. Dantzler on
Eighth street in Macon. ,
Negro Killing.
Last Saturday night at Sylvia Ridge
negro church while a box supper
being held there, George Abraham, a
hand on the Augustus place, was shot
and killed by Tom Macon, assistant to
the engineer at the Cotton Oil Mill.
The row occurred over a pint bottle of
whiskey. The deceased was standing
in the pulpit when shot and fell dead.
His body lay where it fell until late
Sunday morning. Tom Macon, who is
now a fugitive from justice, bore an
excellent reputation for industry and
sobriety. Another negro named IIol-
man, also from the Augustus place was
shot accidently it is said in the back.
His wound is not severe. Will Macon
was placed m lail tor knocking t red
uison in the head with the butt end
of a buggy whip.
Mr. W. F. Allen to Retain His Position.
A news item was sent from Meridian
ast 1'i-Kiay to me commercial-Appeal
and it also appeared in a local paper in
that city, that a Mr. Hairstnn had been
ippointed to be agent of the Mobile &
Ohio at Macon. This ollice was be-
seiged on Saturday last by the friends
of ,Vr. Allen as to the correctness of
the report, and on inquiring we found
that the item was incorrect as to place,
and that Mr. Hairston would go to
HrooksTlTeTJ Mr. Allen las been with
the Mobile "and Ohio for more than a
quarter of a century, a good portion of
that time being spent in Macon, and
on account or rus peculiar mnc.ss tor
the place and faithfulness to his em
ployees, we feel safe in saying that he
will be the agent in Macon until he re
signs or is removed by Providence.
Another Barn Burned.
About seven o'clock Thursday night
the town was alarmed by pistol shots
and the cry of "Fire." The stable of
Mrs. Sue Holberg was in a blaze and j
despite the efforts of the (ire depart- j
meat which w-as soon on the spot, soon I
burned down. J large amount ol
fe.-d stuff was burned and several hogs.
Ahorse, wagon, tic, were gotten out.
It was a very fortunate thing that no
ot'ier loss occurred. The building was
oi l and the wood very light and dry. A
slight wind blew great quantities of
ishes and embers a distance of two
blocks and more to the north-northwest,
and several houses were in emi
nent danger for u wh le. Rut for hav
ing waterworks in town a very large
loss would have been suffered. Some
of the burning embers were several
nches square. One lodged in a tree in
Mrs. Sallie Murphey's yard on a dry
ind decayed limb nnd afterburning half
in hour had to be extinguished with
water.
The need of a hose cart light enough
to be haukd rapidly by the members of
the fire department was emphasized
Thursday night. The boys are prompt,
but dragging as heavy a wagon as they
now use is laborious and necessarily
slow. It is to be hoped that no great
conflagration will be necessary to en
;'orce this ni-ed upon our town.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.
State of Mississippi, Noxubee County
- In Chancery Court,
Mrs. Josephine Dugan,
No. 2'.: 38 vs.
Thomas Jeff Chambers, et nl.
By virtue of a decree of the Chancery
Court of said county, rendered in the
above-sly led cause on the 28th day of
Gctobcr, A. D , 1907, at the October
term, A. D., 11107 of said Court, 1, the
undersigned, duly appointed Special
Commissioner of said court, will, on the
2d day December, A. D., 1S07
between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
ni. and four o'clock p. m.. sell, at the
front and west door of the court house
in said Noxubee county, to the highest
bidder or bidders, for cash (upon con
firmation) the following described real
estate, situated in the county of Noxu
bee in the Stato pf Mississippi, towit :
south-half of southwest quarter and
cast two-thirds of north-east qua-ter of
southwest quarter of southwest quarter
sec. 7, T. 13, It. 16, containing 10l 2-3
acres, more or loss, and 'also the north
west quarter of southeast quarter Sec.
7, T. Ill, H. 15, containing 40.10 acres,
more or less.
The right is reserved to withdraw
said lands from sale at any time before
knocking same down to a purchaser, if
if the undersigned shall regard the
highest bid offered to be too low.
Dated this the 7th dav of November,
A. D. 1907. , Z. T. DoRitoii,
ll-9-4t Spccinl Commissioner.
All are warned not to tresspass on
mv land three miles north of Macon.
This means 'possum as well ns bird hun
ters. The full penalty of the law will
be enforced. w. v. kogers,
The undersigned have acquired the
inting privileges on the lands of L. fc.,
Eiland, E. V. Yates and Geo. B. Cle
ment and all parties are warned not to
trespass on same.
Macon Fish and Game Club.
nov2-2m.
Buy your
Grpcvry,
mince rnent from City
believe your foot
ft
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H t t VTe,
1, ! V " ' - - m
to&r f..rTt,
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When it complains of unfair treatment ;mtl tells a tale of
"unfit for the feet," and slmws it too, It's a ;ood time now
to throw those. old "tormentors" over invest in a
bright, livfji'iiie pair of
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WALK-OVER SHOES.
Gecd, Iloneit Shoes fcr All AH Leathers
$3,50, $4 & $5.. The shoe
PATTY BROS. Cash Store.
There ii a Reason WSy Patty Bros, Cash Store it the
Lhild-liiuMn); Mure en ftov.ubee Lounty.
JUST SO GOOD
It
Fall
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Yours for business,
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Evening- Dress Shoes
for Men of all the
new styles in Patent
Kid in the
WALK-OVER
make can he had at
PATTY BROS.
CASH STORE
Macon, Miss.
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$1,000,000 to Lend,
Nobody to Borrow.
CHAJ&ES STRONG, Mncon, Mic.
that has a Reputation
AS IT LOOKS
It l.'irit Yu Have Plncd on You
Suit, Eetter Spent it Where You r
Sure of Value.
t Fifteen dollars is often the
dividing line between good and
bail in Clothes. Generally a
1 oss up.
Heads you win
Tails you lose.
Out; of our Fifteen Dollar
Sincerity Suits
j;ood all the way through ami
vou win everv time a irood suit.
For Sale by
B. PATTY
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M. LAiVlBERSON.
micwi? mammM umrnmeam
COMMISSIONER'S SALE,
The State of Mssijisippi, Noxubee County
In Clmncery Court,
S:ininr1 n. Calhoun, ct nl.
No. 1!M'M) vat
Mt-R. Viririiiiu A. Dub an. et, nl
lly virtue of n decree of tlie ennncery com
of unld conntv. rendered in the Mbove-stylcd
c:tuse on the 1201 li dnvof October, A. It. 1907.
of saiii court. I thf undiTttiMnptl. duly appoint d
Spcciid Commlflloner of said court, will, on the
2d day of December, A. D., 1907,
i.
h'HwvMi thohotira of oWon o'clock a. m. nml
four o t hick p. m., wil, nt iho front oi west doer
of the court Iiomho In paid Noxulwo ooimty, to
the hliOvst bidder or b,ddTH, for chhIi (upon
c inllrniiilion) tho following dcscrilM'd i-'h1 pstatf
sltii!d''d in tli couiv of Noxuboo. In tlio Stat:
f Miwlnsippi town: Bfylnat the northwest
corei f of seuthw -.d quarter of soc 7.T. 11. R. H
tht'Tit't- south :: I'tmins, itiMitveaKt 1S6.iMia.-3 chains
tli'-neo iioi-l h v'n t !:aiiiM, thence went fti.iiti-t,
eh, dns to the beijimiiiitr, contalnina ftliij acres
niof.i or 1-S4.
Tlie ri r!it Is ivciv 'd to wilhilmw Bald lands
Z 1 from Kai at any Umo Ivfoi-o knookinij name
1 down lo ti nuiv1i;isv If Uh underNlned nhall r
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U." ir'i-ff.i OiU '-ii'tmt Hi IW." IIHJ low.
Datjd fie Vlh day of Nov'r. A. I). JIM17.
'. T. DOliKOH,
Special Com miHH loner.
FAIR WARNING.
No trespa injr or hunting allowed on
Innd of underpinned; This applies to
all colors and creeds.
' 0. K. Augustus, Sr.
ll,-2-2mo8. W. B. Augustus, Sr.
Oysters received at Rogers & Co.
every Thursday afternoon,
Brooksville Items.
1)1 KD--Sunday, November 3.
It. .1
J. Hardin. Kiiday he with his wife
and son, came homo from Pascag- :!;,
where they have been living for . "it.,
time. He was quite ill when he ari I
and the nd came sonn The ivrmin:
were taken to Bord.-r a cemetery and
laid by his two children, who had pie
ceded him to the unknown coin.'ry.
His funeral was largely atieirled, es
pecially by his friends flomtho weste1''
neighborhood among whom be lived
long. ,
Mr. Kd. Leech having given up tl
station, Mr. Fred Hairston is now oil
agent. Mr. Leech will have chaige o
the express until after the holii'r.y;
The large and incivasii bu sines of V.,v
place makes it a necessity that t'n 1
should be two competent men ut th
station.
Two of our old boys were in town th
week. Rev. I. D ISordi'is, of liollj
Sprii gs and lion. H. H. Brooks, Jr., cf
Macon.
Mr. Jim Stanley, now a member of
the U. S. Navy, ia at home on a let
days' furlough, previous to the sailinr
of his ship, the Minnesota.
Mrs. Rupert Henley and daughter are
the guests of her sister, Mrs. Watt
Helm. Her home, at present, is Fay
etteville, Ark.
Mrs. Nick Rogers and Mrs. Walter
W'rice spent Thursday with friends in
town.
Mrs. Annie Wootten has returned
from Birmingham, where she has been
for a month.
Mrs. Thomas Gay and children of De
catur, Ala., are making a visit to the
family of her brother, Mr. Eris Jami
son.
Mr. S. S. Scales of Crawford, was
looking after business matters on our
streets Thursday.
Itev, E. Morris of Little Rock was a
guest in the McLcod home Wednesday.
Next day he and Rev. D. McLeod went
to Meridian where the Synod of their
church i in session.
The Methodist ladies are observing
the week of prayer.
Mr. Will McLeod is having his resi
dence repaired and remodeled.
' THE CHURCHES.
PRESBYTERIAN.
Rev. S. G. Itutton, of Little Rock,
Ark., will preach at the Presbyterian
church tomorrow morning and night at
11 a. m. and 7 p, m. The subject at
the morning services will be ''The
Completeness of the Christian in
Christ." The subject at night: "God's
Presence and Promised Rest."
Service will beheld Wednesday night
at 7 o'clock. Suh'ect: Jehovah, the
Shepherd and Host of His Peopie.
BAPTIST.
You are cordially invited to he pre
sent at iMii tomorrow morning to
study with us The People's Choice.
Listen! Maconites, if you will arouse
yourselves tomorrow morning go to
Sunday school somewhere, and say with
a clear conscience Monday morning,
that you are not a better hum or wo
man 'and have more respect for your
self for having done so and report to
ns we shall cease troubling you on this
line. Until you test the matter, we
are on your track.
Mr. King desires to preach to all the
men who stand around the streets dur
ing services tomorrow morning at 11.
Subject: Death or Departure Which?
Come to the church.
2:30 Willing Workers will have an
interesting program.
At ii H. Y. P. 'J. led by Miss I.alHe
Dorroh, Subject: The Creed for Gold.
At 7 o'clock Mr. King, Subject: The
Great Salvation.
Come to the Prayer Meeting next
Wednesday night at G.
Teachers meeting Pastor's Study
Monday night 7:!J(h .
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Fresh White Imperial
Meal 25 Sack Lots
Macon Mer. Co.
If You
Want a
WATCH?
Elgin,
Rockford
Hamilton
Hamden
Waltharn
Come and see me
If You
Want a
DIAMOND
come and see what I can
do for you also a full line
of JEWELRY and SIL
VERWARE. Call and
see for yoar self,
9
Headquarter for Kj
PARKER FOUNTAIN PEN 3
W. E. AVERY f
Jeweler and Engraver. I
Al work fuar&ntft I
No ice to Public.
Having leased all my lands west of
M. & O. R. R., to Ames' Hunting Club
for huting privileges, all others are pos
tiveiy forbidden W hunt or trespnas on
uuid land, , F A.tlts,
HHAL
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Kcm)
Tioe Sm Buster, what make3
Sammie so haughty, has
some one left him a million?
DUSTER (El-c TAIN LV MOT
TOO SEE HE'S WEARING A
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FCR
SALE
Yi. lilicanuie Company.
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A Few
We
Cream A 1 Flour; none
better.
Golden Gate Coffee;
Your Money if not SatUfied,
Macaroni.
Ju fruits ai)d Qaped
GOOD THINGS
Give Us a Call
W. V. ROGERS & CO.
STATEMENT SHOWING THE CONDITION OF THE
MERCHANTS & FARMERS BANK
Macon, Miis., October 10th, 1907.
' KKSOWCKS. I.IAIIILTTII-S.
Loans nml discounts on personal
cWMirstnitKts, re: 1 1 est ;i U
collfitcr;il Kucnnl icsj
Ovonlmfts seen ml cotton...
Dvcninifts utisci'iired
Guv bonds ....
Oilier reiil t-st.Uc
Furniture and fixtures
KxicncK
Siirht rxrhanjji;
C:ih on hand
City warrnnts
County warrants
Total
$:i4.-t.H13 H7
r.4- r.sM nil
2.7.rr 79
1.42" 4H
JS.UOn Ml
(is 51
..-! if, 71
r7,022 49
;i2,7:iM r7
2:;
Jl.Ml 14
OF TIII2 A HO VI; AHOl NT OF LOANS AND DI5C0LNT5
To Hie nffieem of the b:itik SH.OOn 00
To Stotkholders of tin-bank 0.875 oO
I. Ii. V. Vntes. Cnsliitr of bnnk t,f Mt it hntus and Farmers Hank, of Macon, Mississippi
dolureby 1 1 1 1 i( v f liat the UttuU'V a tnif.full nnd t-xai't st ntt m n t nl the Asstts nnd
I.tabilitit-s ol f-ai'd b-uik on the dale ratiu'd t brn in n -hown bv t lie books of same.
Ji. V, VAT lis. Cashier, Mtreliants and .Farmers Hank.
Sworn to nnd subscribed before nip, n Civenit Clerk in nml for' the Comity of Noxubee,
Mississippi, this, the 22nd day of October 1907.
C. M. SC.W.IiS, Circuit Clerk
KsriTT'im c! and found correct. T. M, lUi.XKV, Auditor
This 2:;rd dav nf Oil. 1907.
STATEMENT
Showini Condition nt the
BANK OF BROOKSVILLE,
Brooksviiio, Mis
RKSOUKCES :
Loi'iis ;ir.(t discounts
$ 2.7::l U
22.873 23
Overdrafts, secured and
unsecured .
house and fixtures
4, IMS :l
xpen.se. .
:!,Wi'J 41
Siylit exehanpe
(.'ash on hand
1 1. 151 1(1
ti.tflVJ 10
Total $ 1 11,330 05 Total 144,336 05
Of the above amount of loans and discounts To the officers of the bank
$3,357 02; to directors, $5,01)7 H7, to stockholders.
I, W. F. Redwood, cashier of Hank of Urooksville, Brooksville, Miss., do
hereby certify that the forepoinp is a true, full and exact statement of the as
sets and liabilities of said bank t he on date named therein as shown bv the book
of same. W. F. REDWOOD, Cashier.
Sworn to nnd subscribed before me, a notary public in and for the county of
Noxubee, Mississippi, this the 23d day of October, 1W7.
A. S. J. GLEXX, Notary Public.
Examined and found correct, this 21th day of Oct., I!t07.
A. S. J. Glenn, Notary Public,
Get Married
Y tni; folls r.ccd not l.csitntc about pcttint;
Married if the cost of starting to liotinc
Kccpinir is the only o1 stack J. F. 1x1 ton
will I'm iiisli your lionie eonipli'tely clcgantlv
if you wish and you do not need to hesitate
j's to Ike 1'iiee 8hell( n will sell you hih
eh's tin n:t urc at a very low figure
Al! Cur New Fal! Patterns
Are Now on Display.
Con. c, look aroud and get our prices, and
see the latest creations in
Furniture. Carpets
Rus and
J. F. SHELTON,
Livery, Feed
v.
htt "
&z"LfftVVitt prompt attenlion-
Phrn No. 130
Flournoj Old St
Subscribe to
WMh
tWf&m
DONT
PAIR OF
of the
Sell.
The best Hams always
fresh.
Fresh Cheese; full
cream,
Pickles etc.
Qoods prriuii)$ Daily.
Cnpitnl paid in $ 7.r,ono Of)
SnrpluR 1 o.ofto on
l iidividcd profits 59.107 4a
Individual deposits subject to
chrek 200,072 29
Time exnincates of deposit 97.120 4H
Tiil ! v payable If
liividend unpnid
OOO 00
205
Total..
Oct.
10, 1907.
LIABILITIES :
Capital
Surplus
Undivided Profits
$
30,000 00
15,000 HO
7,4.r,4 4(
7,000 00
Certificates of deposit....
Individual deposits (i2..'U3 34
Hills I'aval.le 20,(XM) 00
Due other banks 2,5i8K5
Matting.
Furniture and
Undertaking.
& Sale Stables J
I have just received
r.n omnibus of the lat
est pattern from St.
and a phone
n
to tNo. 13o
WALTER CONNOR
Th
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