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New Goods !
We have just received and put on display
without doubt the best assorted line of Laces
ever shown in Macon. The lot comprises
Valencienne Edges with Insertions to Match
Torcheons all widths, and Linen Laces
of every descriptions
We are making a special price of
5 cents per yard
on quite a lot of it.
Have also received an advanced shipment
of New Spring Dress Goods consisting of
Crepes, Crepe Voiles, Ratines,
Linens, Swisses, Etc.
We extend a cordial invitation to call and
see our line.
Walter B. Patty.
Personal and Local Items
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We find we have more
Ladies' Coats on hand that
we wish. We are going to
offer you unparelled prices
in Ladies' Coats. Any coat
in our stock at 1-3 off.
All Coats marked in plain
res.
f
igui
Patty Dry Goods Go,
MACON'S BEST STORE
AGENTS FOH BUTTERICK PATTERNS
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PHONE No. 12.
HERBERT DRUG CO.,
We have secured the SAN-TOX line of remedial
and Toilet preparations. For almost every ordi
nary ailment there is a SAN-TOX remedy. Re
member the name SAN-TOX and remember the
design of the nurse girl which appears upon all these
remedial packages, being the trade mark of purity,
cleanliness, and medicinal virtue. Every SAN-TOX
article is guaranteed or money refunded. Ask for
the SAN-TOX blue book which tells all about
these delightful preparations.
HERBERT DRUG CO.,
Garden Seed
Freah totjuat
receiqed
LANDRETH'S SEEDS
Beana Pea's
Paper Seeds, Etc.
alto
Sweet Peaa and Naaturtium
in balk
Landreth'a Irish Cobbler
and Triumph
P o ) at o e s
and ONION SETS wilt be in
in a few days.
If you want th. baatbt tart and
gtt Landnth't Potatoat
Ed. M. Murphey
All those indebted to the Jones Drug
Drug Co. will please call and settle im
mediately as the business of the firm
nuBt be closed up. ah ciuima Bgainai
Wis hrm will De settled oy r. c , iionea
itt the Herbert Drug Co.
Just Received
ROYAL SOCIETY
PACKAGE OUT
FITS. STYLE SHEET
O N A P P L I C A-TION.
A.Klaus & Co.
Mrs. W. P. Snowden is visiting Mrs.
Cavett at Sunshine.
Miss Susie Muuldin is visiting Mrs.
Combs in Shuqualuk.
Mies Helen Brady, of Tuscaloosa, Is
the guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Wyatt Jones.
Mrs. Nelson Stevens spent the week
with Mrs. Tucker who has been ill for
the past ten days
Miss Aby Woodward is spending the
week with her sister, Mrs. Ben Bog.
gess in Brooksvijle.
Mrs. J, E. Slaughter and children
and Miss Annie Callaway is visiting re
latives near Gholson, Miss.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hibbler were in
town lust Friday and attended the cau
tata at the Baptist church.
Messrs. Gus and Sam Cunningham
spent a day or two this week with their
sister, Mrs. Emmett Dantzler.
Mr. Frank Maury, who is in the show
business, is visiting h i a brothers,
Messrs, Berkley and Joe Maury.
Miss Mary Lou Green, who has been
visiting Mrs. Marion Harris, returned
to her home in Aberdeen Thursday, v
Mr. A. G. Murphey, left this week
for Sewanee, Tenn., where he will be
a stud"nt ir. the University of the
South,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Swallow have
had as tneir guests Miss.Delle Madison
of Biooksville and Mr. Sar.ford of Dan
ville, 111.
Miss Mary Priie left Monday for
Grenada, where she has accepted a po
sition as secretary in the Woman's Col
lege at that place.
Mr. George Wado arrived in Macon
this week from Clarksdale and is spend
ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. McIIenrv.
Miss Nannie Warren Jones left Wed
nesday a, m. for Crescent college, at
Eureka Springs, Ark, where she will
resume her studies.
Mies Estclle Patty left today for
Birmingham to bring back her sister,
Mrs. T. J. Evans, who has been a pat
ient in a hospital in that city for the
past month.
Prof. Edward Price, of Lewisburg.
Tenn., was in Mact.n a day or two this
week to visit his mother, Mrs. Walter
Price. He was called to Mississinni on
account of the death of his aunt Mrs.
Willi am Price at her homo in Louis
vi.IIe, Miss , the early part of the week
Mr. S. J. Feibleman received a tele
gram last Sunday afternoon announc
ing the sudden death of his brother-in-law,
Chas. Cohen. Mr. Feibleman left,
immediately for Petersburg, Va , whore
the remains were interred. Mr, Fei
bleman is now in New York.
Misses Annie Lou Elkin and Nancy
Patty, both suffering from appendicitis
were taken to Memphis last Sunday,
being accompanied by Mrs- Patty, Mrs,
Elkin and Dr. Murphey. The young
ladies were operated on by Dr. Turner
at St. Joseph's hospital Monday morn
ing. All renorts which have been re
ceived of their condition have been very
tayorable and they may be expected in
a week or ton days.
Mr. R.'A. Bryan, of Cliftonville, was
in town Wednesday. He is still suffer
ing trom the terrible accident which
befell him last September when a gas
oline grist mill turned over on him,
breaking his jaw in two places, his
ribs in several places and truislng him
up generally. He has eaten nothing
solid for nearly nine months, but with
the exception of the wounds in his face
which have not entirely healed he seems
to be in good health."
Mr. M. P. Kidd, from Scdalia, Mo..
who recently purchased the t'offman
place four miles north of Macon, was
joined this week by his wife and two
boys, who will attend school in Macon.
Mr. Kidd will raise beef cattle and
hogs. He thinks this country has ex
ceptional advantages for hog raising,
but what he was moat struck with and
what decided the question of hiB set
tling in this country was the rock roads.
Mrs. Kidd is a daughter of Mr. Gentry,
of Missouri, the most noted breeder of
Berkshire hogs in the world.
CIWRCBES,
BAPTIST.
Regular services morning and even
ing. Subject of morning sermon
"Primitive Christianity. Music, Duet:
"liHi.se MeJeeus." Subject of evenii g
sermon, "Danger of Over Confidence."
Ladies trio, "Give Mo My Heart."
MUTH0U1ST
Retrutar service at the Methodist bv
the pastor, Rev. R. 0. Brown. Sunday
school at 10 a. m preaching at H a.m.
"Sermons to Children." Union serv
ice Sunday eveniiier at thePresbvterian
church, '
PRF.SBYTEKIAN
Regular morninir seiviee. conducted
by the pastor.
MACON CIRCUIT.
Rev. R. W. Evans, nnnlor will nrpnph
at Salem Sunday it regular hour.
SOCIAL DOINGS.
Mrs. T. W. Bramo entertained at
Forty-two on ThurEday afternoon.
Mrs. Robert Patty entertained t(ie
Junior Auction Bridge club Friday afternoon.
On Saturday afternoon of this week
Misa Mary Patty will enter)uin the
"Fortnightly" club.
Noxubee Cotton.
There were 18,110 bales of cotton,
counting round as half bates, ginned in
Noxubee county, from the crop of 1914
prior to January 1, 11)15 as compared
with 23,954 bales ginned prior to Jan
uary 1, 1914.
Death of Mr. Horton.
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Dr. Y. D. Butler
Expert Optical Specialist
Main Olfict, Jacktoa, MIm. Rx. Office, St Lewis, Me.
Qualified by four years' collegia! educa
tion, and by State license for tha practice
of optometry for the entire State.
Author of "Tha Digest of Optometry."
Author of "Optical Errors and How
Corrected Without Surgery or Druga."
Member "American Optical Associa
tion." Member "British-American Association
for the Conservation of Vision." a
MONEY TO LEND
on improved Farm Land. Rates
reasonable; terms to suit bor
rower. First come, first served.
I. L. DORROII.
The Banks of Macon will be closed
Tuesday. January 19th, being Lee's
birthday.
, Dr. Barefield in Shuqualak.
Dr. Barefield will be in Shdqualak,
Monday, Jan. 18th and will remain
for three (3) days only.
Dr. Butler Coming.
Dr. Y. D. Butler, Optical Specialist,
is scheduled at New Hotel Macon for
Tuesday, Jan, 19th. Consultation and
advice is free and invited. This is
your opportunity to consult an Eyo
Specialist of reputation and ability.
who comes hero regular and hasalwavs
given universal satisfaction. Kemem
ber, one day only.
This May Interest You -Read it
Any Way.
If you have not paid last year's ac
count or have not made payment late
ly, don't ask for credit, Don't send
your children or any one else. It is e-n-barising
on both parties to be refused.
BOOK STORE.
Herbert Drug Co, sells Mary Garden
Extract.
Mayor Horton received a telegram
message lhursday evening nt eix
o'clock announcing the sudden riesth of
his father, Mr. J. R. Horton at his
home in Columbus. Mr. Horton had
been at his work all day and came in in
apparent good health. In a short time
he called to his wifo to phone for a
doctor as he was ill. He died in about
five minutes, bifore the doctor arrived.
Mr. Hunter for Supervisor.
In the announcement column of the
Beacon will be found the name of Mr.
Jno. P. Hunter who announces his can
didacy for the office of supervisor from
this, the third district. Mr. Hunter is
peculiarly fitted to the position to whir h
he aspires as he has had years of ex
perience as a contractor and builder,
and has done much road and bridge
building. He submits his name sub
ject to the Democratic primaries to be
held in August.
. S. B. Cotton.
We areB!tiiorized to announce the
name of Mr. J. B. Cotton as a candi
date for the office of county treasurer,
suoje't to tne action or tne una pn
maries.
Mr. Cotton made a splendid race for
this office four years ago, leading his
opponents in the first primary, but was
defeated by a small majority in the
second primary.
In the person of Mr. Cotton, the peo
ple have a most worthy example of
energy and perseverence, for though
bearing infirmaties that would cause
many to become charges upon their rel
atives, his proud nature spurning such
a disposition, causes him to prefer to
do in the battle of life and live from
the earnings of his own hand.
Honest and honorable, ho goes be
fore the peoplg again asking a favor
able consideration of his claims, and as
suring them that his services will be
efficient in the discharge of his duties
if he is elected.
He is a good neighbor, a most excel
lent citizen, and we feel sure that ho
will never give any one cause to regret
having voted for him. Brooksville Review.
Farmers' Institute, Jan. 29th.
-WILL BE AT-
NEW HOTEL MACON, macon, miss.
TUESDAY, JAN. 19TH. ONE DAY ONLY
RETURNING REGULARLY -
CONSULTATION AND ADVfcE FREE. HOURS 9:00 A. M. TO 5:00 T. M.
NO HOUSE CALLS MADE. SEE HIM AT PLACE ADVERTISED.
TIIE ONLY Optical Specialist of reputation and ability,
covering the entire State, who makes diagnosis with electrical and
non-electrical instruments and successful fits ophthalmic lenses,
prescription glasses, for the correction of all errors of refraction,
no niattor how complicated, and for the.relief of all nervoua re
flexes, the result of eye-strain. No aurgery, no drugs. Doe.
not give medical or surgical treatment t)
IF YOU HAVE IILITRRING. Dizziness, Neuralgia,
ITeadache, Spots before the Eyes, Inflammation, Granulation,
Winking, Trembling Spells, Burning and Smarting of the Eyes,
and various Nervous Affections, entailing not only positive
injury to the sight, but untold misery, see DR. BUTLER imme
diately. PRELIMINARY TEST and advice is free. Complete
diagnosis and prescription glasses at reasonable prices prices you
can afford to pay.
DON'T WAIT until it Is too late. Don't waste time and
money on unreliable eye-specialists. Go to DR. BUTLER, a
man of reputation and ability, who comes here regularly, knows
what your eye trouble is and knows how to relieve ft.
REMEMBER TIIE DATE AND PLACE. .
L.J
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NO. 70
CERTIFICATE OF GUARANTEE
JTIna ia Crrtifg Efiat
ltr sBmtk nf Srnnkauf lb,
BROOKSVILLE, MISS.
has complied with the provisions of the Mississippi
Banking Law of 1914 and that its depositors are now
guaranteed by the Bank Depositors Guaranty Fund
of the State of Mississippi.
Given under my hand and the seal of the- Eanking Depart
ment of the State of Mississippi, this the 29th day of December,
1911.
(Sincd) J. s. LOVE,
State Bank Examiner.
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The Farmers' Institute will be held
at the following pip ces on the follow
ing dates:
Okolona January 25, 1915.
Aberdeen " 26, ' !
West Point ' VI,
Columbus " 2S,
Macon " 2U, "
At these meetings it is proposed to
discuss two subjects which are of vital
importance to the farmers of the Prai
rie section. Wa will have men thor
oughly posted to discuss the breeding
and feeding of beef cattle, and we have
been fortunate in securing the services
of Mr. W. M. Newton, of the Board
of Trade of Birmingham, Ala., who is
an expert on hay.
In the past many hay growers who
were familiar with the clatses and
grades of hay, have shipped their hay
to Jmarkets improperly graded. This
has resulted not only in loss to t e
shipper but has caused misunderstand
ing between the grower and the com
mission men. Mr. Newton will not
only diecus the growing and shipping
of hay and the market grades,. bift we
will have at each meeting several dim
ples of hay and have been him gnfflsT'lt
and show the farmers the differences in
the grades. ..
The prairie section is one of the b.al
hay sections in the south and is now
shipping large quantities of both John
son grass and alfalfa hay. These meet
ings will furnish an opportunity f r
every grower to study tho grades of
hay under an expert, and we feel sure
that, the meetings will result in great
good to the growers of this section.
at Lyceum Theatre
WEDNESDAY
NIGHT
Jan. 20
Jesse L. Laskey Feature Play Company
PRESENTS
"The Master Mind"
IN FIVE PARTS
ALL ACTORS ARE NOTED STARS
ADMISSION:
Adults 20c
Chrildrens 15c
NO FREE LIST?;
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
Thn State of Mississippi. Noxuboo County.
Hy virtue nf tha provisions oi certain dtiitl of
trust exeeuiel by Norman Winn tn the Utility of
Janu ry, ID 12 to A. T. Inti'iynistee. to nccure
to Merchant!) ami Farmers' facon, Mihsiasippi, u
certain indol)Un!n 'R8 ttmrrin m ntionod. wuM tru: t
dt.ctl lieintf revor ifl in iJerd Hook No 101, pape
499. in Chancery Clerk a oniou inauul county, I, ihe
untlw signw as tnm'ey. will on .Salurd.-iy, the Gin
day of February, 1 !!", within h-fal hours in front
tif ilic ri-nr ot the Court House in the City of
Macin, Mts., prJceid to a'II ut auction to the
hiwhe i b;dd( r for cah thnt certain lot or parcel
of land on the western eri?e of the city of Macon,
in hh d rot:nty and state, and east of andladjoiniug
the riht ot way of th Mubile und Ohio railroad,
km- n as the nroueriv of the late Arctic Ico and
Coal Co. on I more particularly described as fol
lows,, to-wit: Commencinpr on the.BOUth line of St h
i st ri'i' , where t he east line ot 2nd irtn t if pro
longed would crosfl s u h line of Kth street, pa d
e ist line of 2nd ntret lyinK1 west of the wot line
of old l-air (Iroui)dn (now Hnh'rt cotton yard),
thenc weatcrnly ul"-K tho prolongation of smith
line f 8th street n i.i.siance of 471 foot totherijrht
of way of tho Mobile and Ohio r.id oad; thene
f.-utheiiily p irallel wit h t ho. rirrht of way of an id
Mo' tile and Ohio railroad, a divhmce of 2.rjfr"fet:
thence eastern'y rifallpl with the prolongation of
t'ie so' th line oi Hih street u distance of 2M feet;
thenteu rt.hernly and parallel with the ritfht of
way ot said Mobile and Ohio railroad, a distance
of foei; the "Of ensteinly and paral! wi h the
prolongation of south line of 8th street, a distance
o. ivet; thence nuiim-ruly 20 feet to the point
of l.etrinniutf, contuiaiwi 1.52 aeren more or lfsn,
hntn? in "section township 15 north, ramre
ljbst, being the pr party purchased from H. 1).
UiiiMm. Also ad machinery and tool and ap-
loeunto uetomiMK or in any wise
ANGUS BULLS Nin ngittond
Angus Bulla, from 20 months to four
year old for eaU. CAVETT BROS.
Improve Your Chicken.
Black Langshans;
Dark orniah Games.
Single Com Rhode Island Red.
Eggs, $1.00 per setting of 13.
'Also have two Black Lanpshana and
two Single Com Rhode Island Red
cockrells for sale at $1 00 each if taken
at once. W. L. FEATHERSTON.
aiperi. linin
The pvop
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l' sold to satisfy traid indebtedness and the cost
of this proceed't.pr. A. T. UK NT,
This J muaty ICtii. 111". Trustee,
Pit Game ChicKns for Sale
I have on hand a ff w Moprul,
Allen's roundhead hihI Claybon
bt:tp;s nt $2.5) eacl-: iiIbo sumo
nice pullets at $l.f.O each.
STUN BY CARD.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
State at Mississippi, Noxuta. County.
By virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of
trust rxecnted by Bennon Bankhead and wife.
NnricyHnnkhead, on the 11th day of Nov.. 1912 to
William K. Dent as trustee, to secure to A. T.
Df't a cortain Indebtedness therein mentioned,
mid trutt ducd beinir recorded in trust deed book
No. 110, fiaee 2ll", in the chancery elerk't office In
said county, I. the undersigned as trustee, will on
MONDAY, THE 2STH DAY OF JANUARY. 1916.
within leKal hours In front of the door of the court
house in the city of Macon, Miss , proceed to sell
at auction to the hinrhe-Ht bidder for cash all that
imrt of S W quarter Sec 2. T 14 N, B 18 R: that is
north of Macon and Fairfield road, containing lia
acres more or lets.
The property mentioned In said trust deed will
he sold to satisfy said indebtedness and the cost
of this proceeding. WILLIAM K. PENT,
This Dec. 20th. 1!14. TrueUe.
H01IRBON RED TURKEYS A fow trios
pure blooded Mourbon red turkeys for sale.
MRS. E. E. CAMPBELL.
Route 3, Macon. Miss.
Of
TRESPASS NOTICE-All parties ar warned
not to trespass on any of my lands. Huntara are
especially warned, as violators will be prosecuted.
P, H. HUNTER.
TRESPASS NOTICE My place three miles
south of Macon Is posted and all parties, hunter,
especially, are warned not to tresnasa.
W. B. helm,
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