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n . j 'i f1 New Moment Hats We have received a new shipment of Ladies' and Children's Hats and will have them on display Wed nesday, April 12. Will be glad to have you call and see them We have Pictorial Review Patterns for sale Walter B. Patty ANNOUNCEMENTS For D'utrict Attorney H. II. BROOKS. Jr. County Proecuting Attorney I). V. ALLGOOD For Chancery Clerk THOS. J. WILKINS. JR. J NO. A. TYSON For Circuit Clerk W. V. STEWART, C. M. SCALES. J. O. FASER. JAS. H. MURRAY W. P. MINOR For Sheriff J. T. McCLUUE. W. A. PARKS, rj. T. SARGENT. W. II. IIOLMAN K. li. D VNTZLKK. For Treaurer JNO. I?. COTTON. LUCIUS COLE J. II. HUBBARD For Assessor A. C. FANT. ROBERT C. PATTY. Jr. T. E. WILKERSON LEON DENT For State Senator WALTER PRICE For Legislature E. D. CAVETT DR. R. S. JAMISON L. T. FREEMAN JAS. W. JENKINS M. O'BYRNE HENRY MINOR W. S. PERMENTER For 5uperintendent of Education J. R. JACKSON For Supervisor A. P. McCASKILL GEO. G. PAGAN W. T. STOWERS District Two A. II. BUSH W. E. SKINNER District tour W. B. ROGERS J. E. SENNETT Distict five V. A. WALKER Ex-Governor J. K. VARD AM AN will speak at the Court-House in Macon, on Wednesday, Apl. 11 at 8 o'clock p. m. 4 CHURCHES. METHODIST. Sunday school 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. The Ep worth League Sunday at 7:00 p. m. in the Assembly room of the Sunday School. All who wish to join can do so at this hour. The members of the church are al ways expected and visitors are cordial ly invited to attend these services. R. H. B. Gladney. BAPTIST. Personal and Local Items Mr. Wallis Cooper was in town this week. Dr. Jamison, of Rrooksville, was in Macon this week. Miss Mildred Minor is visiting rela tives in Starkville. Mrs. T. J. Evans entertained at whist on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. C. H. Spessard and Miss Ethel dra are visiting friends in Meridian. Mrs. R. J. Southall, of Marion, isited her mother, Mrs. Lucy Session, last week. Mr. J. F. Shelton entertained quite a number of friends with forty-two on Wednesday night. Miss Mattie Brame will leave this week for San Antonio, Texas, where she will spend several months. Misses Estelle and Em Putty, of Bigbee Valley, spent some days in Ma con this week, the guests ot Mrs. T. J. Evans. Mrs. James G. Ilorton is visiting her friend, Mrs. Hall, in Meridian. While there she is the recipient of many so cial courtesies. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Flynn, now of Columbus, who are most pleasantly re membered in Macon, where they form erly made their home, were the guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Har rison. News has been received here of the death at a hospital in Atlanta, where she had been for some months, of Mrs. J. H. Anderson, of Feam Springs. Mrs. Anderson, who was a Miss Bell, was a lady much loved and admired by those who knew her, and her death will be greatly mourned. Col. II. II. Brooks, Sr., has returned from a lengthy visit to his daughters in Arkansas and Memphis. His health, which has not been of the best for the last year, seems now completely re stored and he is looking splendidly. Services at the Baptist church as usual Sunday. Sunday school at 10 a. m., Z. T. Dor roh, superintendent; preaching 11 a.m. "Individual Investment for the Lord." Matt. 25:14-30; B. Y. P. U. 3:45 p. m. Preaching 7:45. "Jesus Tasting Death." Heb. 2-9 The pastor is endeavoring to enlist every member in doing some personal work. EPISCOPAL. There will be services in the Episco pal church on Sunday, April 9. Holy communion and sermon at a. m. ; even ing prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited. The Ladies' Guild will residence of Mrs. T. S. Monday at 3 p. m. meet at the Murphey on There will be an ice cream supper at McLeod's Chapel Fridav night, April 14th, for the berefit of the Cumberland Presbyterian church. Public cordially invited to attend. Smith-Boykin. A pretty, though informal wedding, was that of Mr. Oscar Boy kin and Miss Minnie Belle Smith at the old Boykin place Monday, April 3rd. The wedding was a auiet one. only the immediate families and a few friends being pres ent. Hon. Wood Cockrell performed the solemn ceremony that united the two lives. Mrs. Boykin is the oldest daughter of Mr. James Smith and is a young wo man of much beauty, many accom plishments and of splendid character. Mr. Boykin is a young man well known in the county for his fine charactertics. The young couple have the good wishes of a host of friends. The Study Circle. The Study Circle met with Mrs. Gus Minor, at the home of Mrs J. F. Ames, Thursday afternoon. It was an afternoon with Queen Vic toria and the following program was carried out: Response to roll call Incidents in the History of Queen Victoria's Reign. Leader in Session Review Miss Bes sie Price. Sketch of Victoria's Life Mrs. Wal ter Patty. Reading Kipling's Recessional Miss Mary Price. After the program was completed, delightful refreshments were served. The Meeting adjourned to meet with Mrs. Henry Owens Thursday, April 20. Mrs. C. Hardin, Jr., Sec. .nie on P hi Get a bottle of Rexall Cherry Bark Cough Syrup. It is pleasant and most effective. We are agents for the celebrated Victor Talking Machines and Victor Records. See and hear the $200 Victrola. It is the only perfect Talking Machine, Get a package of Seneca Stock and Poultry Food. A 7 -lb. pacage for 75c and 50c Genuine Buckskin Whip given with each large package. Small size 50c. We guarantee SENECA Stock and Poulrty Medicine to contain a highor percentage of medicine than any similar remedy in the market. amlbersE COME, TO: 0 TTV epan nn iv" n t Dime FOR YOUR Easter Dress and Hats. "TT MATTERS NOT to us whether you want Silks, Linens Batiste Lawns vFlaxons Ginghams Madras or Woolen DRESS GOODS if you really care for the latest we have them. Your especial attention is called to our SPRING SILKS at from 25c $1.00 per yard. Our line of Laces and Embroidery of all kinds cannot be approached in Macon. Dainty Laces with Insertion to match at 5c per yard. Beau tiful Embroideries from 5c to $1.00 per yard. Millinery Many's the time rhat we have been told that our HATS were by far the prettiest in town and OUR prices are so REASONABLE. We have the style and shape that you are looking for. W. M Yours for business, AMB ERSOM Diamond 1 &a&&tiie. 1 M o :i wJ o Mr fcf -.'. S s N N Diamond OUR SPECIALTY DIAMONDS dfT We handl them In larse quantities anal there. -L fore we can sell you any el or color atone at a price as low as the lowest. g Write for our "Diamond" booV for all diamond I L, information and in it you will learn bow easy ' we make it for you to buy a fine atone. Meyer & Scliamber Jewelry Co. Established 14 i MERIDIAN. MISS. ' For Sale Cheap. 1-5 horse power Otto gasoline engine, 1-2 herse power Fairbanks-Morse gaso line engine. - Both in first-class condi tion. Apply to L. S. Shumaker, Macon Wood and Machine Shop. Drouth and Rain. We must have our average rainfall somewhere during the makinc: of this crop and when the present drouth is broken we are liable to swing to other extreme. Hence in either event, "drovth or rain," it seems to spell a de layed crop. Nothing will onset this disadvantage more than quick maturing cotton. I have left 500 or 600 bushels of Cook's Improved seed, the most pro lific and fastest maturing by test, of any. Not subject to antragnose. Spec ial price on 100 bushel lots. J. Q, PolNDEXTER. Notice to the Public. After the first of April I will be lo cated in the H It building formerly oc cupied by J. O. Faser's pool room. I will continue to handle alljkindsof fresh meats, and fish and oysters in season. I extend thanks to my friends and the public generady for your past patron age and solicit a continuance, and when you wish anything in my line come to soe me or ring 48, and it will be deliv ered promptiy. Respectfully, W. S. Staggers. Have you seen Lamberson's $12.50 wool art square, size 9x12. Mosby Corn. Pure Mosby seed corn $2 a bushel, se lected, shelled and delived in Macon. G. B. Clement. Strayed or Stolen from my place in Macon on Thursday, March 23, one black grade Jersey cow, about four years old; not marked. Any information leading to her recovery will be rewarded. C. B. Dorkoh Dresses for the Entire Family HOUSE DRESSES EMBROIDERED LINGERIE and MARQUISETTES NEAR SILK FOULARDS Also a complete line Lj in o ana onwivi KIMONAS A. KLAUS &, CO. arains in Eiectrical Goods 00 Watt Madza Lamps, clear. $ 60 ' " 44 44 40 " " " " nr ( tt Regular Price 1 45 1 15 80 70 50 6 00 Easter novelties in great profusion; also marbles, rubber balls, base ball goods and fishing tackle at C- L. Hein rich's Crystal and China Palace. Fifty bushels of speckled peas for sale at $2 per bushel. W. P, Farrar. Notice. We offer Golden Ferns Lad, the best brod Jersey Bull in the South, for use to the public at a fee of $5. George Richardson, 3-24-2m N. Scales. I Tantalum Lamps Irons, 5 lbs, nickle, plain plug 5 lbs, nickle, with switch Water Heaters, 1 quart, 1 heat Water Heaters, 2 quarts, 3 heat 14 00 Water Heaters, 4 quarts, 3 heat 17 00 Water Heaters, 6 quarts, 3 heat 18 00 Cookers, Combination Cereal, 1 qt., 1 heat , 44 " " 2qt, 3 heat 4qts, 3 heat 6 44 3 heat Sewing Machine Motors 35 00 Suction Sweepers 40 00 Suction Sweepers, with hose and attach ts Tea Kettles, 2 quarts, 2 heats 44 44 4 44 3 Coffee Percolators, nickle, 9 min., lVa pts. 4 4 4 Q 44 " 9 " 4 " For copper finish to perculators add Chafing Dish, 3 pints, copper and alumi'm Toasters, Radiant vertical type Frying Pans, 5 inches Frying 44 7 44 Frying 44 10 " Horse Clippers 38 00 Grids, aluminum top, 3 heat 16 50 Stoves. 4 inches, one heat one heat 3 " 3 ' Broilerss 9x12 inches, 3 heats 15 50 Ovens, 11x18x13, 3 hts, max. Temp 450 34 00 Corn Poppers 5 75 Cigar Lighters $2.50 to G 50 Hot Water Cup witk soap tray 3 00 Heating Pads, washable or rubber cover . . Glue Pot, one quart 10 00 Radiators, luminous portable type $17.50 to 20 00 Massage Vibrators, household size 20 00 Fans, 1910 model, while they last, 8 inch 11 00 Fans, 4 4 4 4 44 ' 4 12 44 16 00 Forge Blowers 35 00 Washing Machines, electrically driven 55 00 Ice Cream Freezer Motors, etc., apply for prices. 6 8 10 r rrr- 7 00 10 50 16 50 22 50 25 00 55 00 9 50 14 00 14 50 16 50 19 00 14 00 4 50 6 50 9 00 14 00 5 00 525 11 25 14 50 Our Price 1 15 90 65 65 40 3 75 4 25 5 00 9 75 11 75 12 50 750 11 50 15 50 17 00 19 50 29 00 42 00 6 50 9 75 9 95 11 50 13 50 200 9 75 3 25 4 25 6 45 9 75 29 00 1150 3 75 385 800 9 95 30 75 24 00 400 2 00 up 2 25 net 6 40 700 $12.50 up 14 00 900 14 00 26 00 45 00 u I City Light and Water Plant. J.