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After a long: period of suffer ing:, Mr. Richard Bryan, of Deer brook, died Saturday morning:. He left a wife, formerly Miss Lena Stansell, of Colembus, and an infant son. His body was taken to Columbus for burial, Rev. T. L. Sasser. his pastor, conducted the funeral services. Wednesday Mr. Sam Hudson and Mr. T. W. Madison went to Ackerman to attend the funeral of Mrs. James Hudson, who died in Brownsville. Texas the first of the week. A sorrowing husband and a little daughter are left to miss her loving: care A large audience assembled Tuesday evening, at the High school building, to hear Mr. Shef field, candidate for state treasur er, and Judge Reily, candidate for governor, speak. These gen tlemen were accorded a most at tentive hearing, and. judging from the frequent applause, met with much approval. Judge , Reily, especially, made a fine im pression and gained manyf riends. Mr. Poindexter, of Ravine, re turned from Memphis Wednes day. He has had a painful and serious time with nis eyes. Mrs. Harrison Shull and son are will Mr. and Mrs. Crutcher, in Nashville. Mesdames E. II. Johnson, J.D. Green and Miss Annie Bee John son spent Saturday in Meridian. Rev. Mr. Anderson, of the C. P. church, has been in town this week. Miss Fannie 'St. John, who is teaching near Enterprise, is at home. Miss Bessie Norwood wasshop pina in towd Tuesday. Mrs. T. C. Hambrick and son have spent most of the week with Mrs. Lucian Minor, near Macon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Shaver and daughter, went to Macon Mon day to go out to see Mrs. George Shaver, who is seriously ill. Mrs. Wade Zwingle, of Colum bus, returned to that place Tues day after spending a few day? with relatives in town and vicin ity. Mrs. Tindall entertained the Sewing circle Tuesday afternoon. Misses Mabel Woodward and Mary Agnes Jacoway are at homt from the I. I. & C. on account of illness. Gholson Items. Miss Jessie Hailey, of Kemper, is here attend school. Mrs. R. E. McGraw has been on the sick list for the past week or two, but we are glad to learn she is now greatly improved. Brooks Watkins, of the A. & M. college has been spending the past few days at home. . Mr. Henry White and children have gone to Shuqualak today, where they will meet Mrs. White, who has just successfully under gone an operation in the Meri dian sanitarium, Miss Mabel Clearman spent Saturday and Sunday with her home folks at Center Valley. Our village was made sad Tues day when the remains of Mrs. Porter and infant passed through enroute to Kellis' Store for bur ial. Mr. Porter is well known here, having been the mail car rier from this center for a num ber of months, and we extend to him our earnest and sincere sym pathy. His case is especially a sad one as his mother, who had always made her home with him, died only about two weeks pre vious. Misses Annie and Minnie Max ey, who have been the guests at the home of their uncle, Mr. J. B. Maxey, at Macedonia, return ed home last week. Mr. J. J. Prince has been out several times recently looking af ter his farming interests here. Jake Jarvis and B. Cotton, who have been working with the road contractor for the past few weeks, have returned home. They de clare vehemently that they are through with the road work, un less they are put under the direct control of Mr. Mauldin. Macedonia Items Rev. Jas. C. McElroy filled his regular appointment here Sunday Tne road boys are doing some excellent work near here this week. The younj? people enjoyed a musical entertainment at the home of J. U. Rogers, Sr. Satur day night. Messrs. W. E. and Clarence Adcock were the week-end visi tors of their sister, IMrs. L. R. Eaves. Miss Minnie Rogers, accompan ied by her grandmother, left f )r Jnion Town, Ala. L. P. Whitfield" attended quartily meeting Saturday at Mashulaville. Misses Annie and Minnie Max ey, of Gholson, has been recent visitors of their uncle, Mr. J. B. Maxey. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Rogers vis ited relatives in Pinetucky Sun day. , Mashulaville, There was quarterly meeting at the Methodist church Satur day and Sunday. Rev. W. W. Woolard. the Dresiding elder, did the preaching. Rev. Furr has been called to preach at the Baptist church and will move his family to this place. Mrs. J. C. McElroy visited her sister, Mrs. Roger Hill, this week Mrs. J. J. Lipscomb visited her brother, Mr. H. Lipscomb this week, Mrs. N. C Tn'nlflf-.t.n has been on the sick list but is some better now. Mr. W. M. Hunter went to Ma con and Shuqualak last week. SWEET POTATOES Several hundred bushels of Bunch Yam potatoes for tale at 76 rents per bushel. Alto red peanuts. S. H. COCKRELL. Route 2, Macon, Miss. RHODE ISLAND RED-Emrs from pure blood hens and the finest strain at $1.00 per setting; of 16. MRS. E. D CAVETT. Route 2. Macon. WYANDOTTE EGGS-Pure White WyandotU setting of 16 for $1.00. MRS. LUTE MINOR, Route 2. Macon. MELLILOTU8 SEED Fifty bushels of well cleaned Mellilotua seed, free from Johnson grass, for sale. ALLIE SWANN. Route 2. Macon, Miss. Robinhood Baron, Registered Berkshire boar; will take a limited number of sows for breeding. Fee One pig, two months old. G. HARDIN. behm. The well known stallion, JSelim, will make the eeason at the Keys' place one ind a half miles north of Macon and "olumbus road. Fee $15.00 to guaran ee foal. All precautious taken, but vill not be responsible for accidents. Lute Minor. TRUSTEE'S SALE. State of Mississippi, Noxubee County, By virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of rust executed by Cub Goodwin and his wife, lenrietta Goodwin on the 17th day of April, 1914 o A. T. Dent as trustee to secure (to Anna L S. Vnt a certain indebtedness therein mentioned, id trust deed bo inn; recorded in Deed Book No. 114, page 21)6 in Chancery Clerk's office in said :ounty, I the undersigned as trustee, will on Saturday, the 13th day of March, 1915 within legal hours In front of the door of the ourt house in the City of Macon. Miss., proceed to sell at auction to the highest bidder for cash the following lands in Noxubee county, Miss: , Northwest quarter northwest quarter, Section 10, Township 14 north, Range 16 east. The property mentioned in said trust deed will be sold to satisfy said indebtedness and thecost of the proceeding. This February 19th, 1915. A. T. DENT, Trustee. HIGH CLA SS REGIS TERED BERK SHIRESI have 3 September boars, 3 four weeks old boars, 3 four weeks old gilts for sale. For the older ones, $1$ a piece, and for the younger, $5.00. H. C. WOOD, Route 2, Macon, Miss, NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE OF LANDS. By virtue of the power and authority vested in me as substituted trustee, my appointment as sub stituted trustee having been, before the first pub lication or posting of this notice, spead at large upon the records in the office of the chancery clerk of Lowndes county in Book 100, page 346, and also in the of! ice of the chancery clerk of Nox- i ubee county in book 119, page 116, and by virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of trust execut ed on July 29, 1912 by Alice H. Moore and E. S. i Moore to secure the payment of a certain indent- ! edness therein mentioned to the State Life Insur- ! ance Company, of Indianapolis, Indiana, which deed of trust is of record in the office of the chan-1 eery cterk of LowndeB county in book 97. paues 254-258 inclusive, and is also of record in the office of the chancery clerk of Noxubee county in book , paged-.-, et seq., default in payment having been made, and notice thereof having been given me, and the beneficiary of the said deed St trust having requested me to sell, as substituted trus tee, the lands described in the said deed of trust, I will, on Monday, the 15th Day of March, 1915, within legal hours, expose for sale and will sell, for cash, to the highest bidder for cash, at the door of the court house of Lowndes county, in Columbus. Miss,, at public sale, the following de scribed real estate, to-wit: TheS. W, quarter of Sec, 25, the S. E. quarter of Sec, 26, the N, half of the N. E. quarter of Sec. 36. thirty-four acres off of the north part of the S, W. quarter of the N. W. quarter of Sec. 86, the E. half of the S. W quarter of Sec. 36, the S. W. quarter of the S. W, quarter of Sec, 86, ten acres off of the south part of the N W, quarter of the S. W. quarter of Sec, 36, ten acres off of the 8. part of the S. E. quarter of the S. E. quarter of Sec' 35, and the N. E. quarter of the S. E. quarter of Sec, 35, all of the above In T. 17, K. 18 E., and in Lowndes county. Miss., and containing 614 acres more or less. AIbo: Lots 1 and 8 in Bee. 5; seventeen acres off the north part of lot 2, twenty acres off the east side of lot 2. and twenty acres off the east side of lot 7, all the above being In Sec. 6, T. 16, V 1 U 17 BnJ la, Ul - I taining 154 acres mere or less. Both of the above tructa containing 7bb acres more or leas. The title to the above oronertv is heliorM. to be good, but I will sell and convey as trustee only. Witness my signature this, 15th day of Feb ruary. 1915, A. D. C. H. HALE. Substituted Trustee, NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given .that the commissioners of distrfctNo. 2, will receive bids for the Good Rovds in district No, 2: First: For hauliug gravel or dirt and spreading the same on the gravel roads in said district, bids to be made on the basis of so much per yard per mile. Second: For dragging and machining said gravel roads in said district upon the basis of so much per day for a team of 2 mules and so much per day for a team of four mules. Third: For machinino-and dratrtring the sand clay roads of said district, which shall include Keeping the rurs filled In, for team of two mules Eer day and for team of four mules per day; and a u ling and spreading dirt or gravel on the sand clay roads per yard per mile. In making bids for dragging and machining either the gravel or sand clay roads, the bidder shall also be required to keep the ditches open and all trash removed and weeds cut from the side of the roads. Bids to be filed with J no. A, Tyson, chancery clerk, and will be opened on Monday, the first dav r March, 1915, In the office of the chancery clerk. Mr. at z:uu p, m. The commissioners reserve the right to reject anr and all bids. Contract to begin March 1, 1915, and terminate March 1, 1916. Cer tified check of $-H. to accompany each bid, TOM Mc HENRY W. R. BUSH J, L. ORMSBY (ton nil si en art District N. 8. CITATION NOTICE, Tb.ltaUof MlMlsslpol, In'th. Chanearr Court of Noxubat taunt?, April Tarm, 1916. No. MM B. O. Richmond, complainant, vs. Danlal Grasn and tha unknown heirs of Daniel Green et aL, defendants. To the following- defendants to the Original BUI in the above-styled cause, whose respective places of residence end post office addresses are unknown to complainant, and the names of the unknown hetra, their residence and postomce addres are unknown to complain ant and cannot by them'be ascertained after dtliirent inqulry.and alao to any andU'peraona claiming any interest in the after-described lands, and also tolany andlall persons having or clalinine; any lepral or equitable interest of any kind in said lands, vis: Daniel Green and the unknown heirs of Daniel Green; Thomas McGee and the unknown heirs of Thomas McGee; Georere Reeves and the unknown heirs of Georee Reeves; Thomas B. McGee and the unknown heirs of Thomas B. McGee; Malcolm Gilcrist and the unknown heirs of Malcolm Gil crlst; William Eckford and the unknown heirs of William Eckford; William B. Winston and the un known heirs of William B. Winston: John Rob ertson and the unknown heirs of John Robertson; Joseph Grlfrshy and the unknown heirs of Joseph tirtflrsby; W. W. Jordan and the unknown heirs or W W Jordan; John Lawrence and the unknown heirs of John Lawrence; H N Spnoner and the un known heirs of H N Spooner; William H, Atkin son and )he unknown heirs of William H Atkin son; Richard W. Anderson and the unknown heirs of Richard W. Anderson; John Perkins and the unknown heira of John Perkins; William Watkins and the unknown heira of William Watkins; W D Lonjrstreet and the unknown heirs of W D Lona street; Thomas . Tart and the unknown heirs of Thomas E. Tart; G. Grant and wife and the un known heirs of G. Grant and wife; William F. Trlppe and the unknown heirs of William F. Trlppe; Mary Trippe and'the unknown helm of Mary Trippe; T. H. 8. McGee and the unknown heira of T B 8 McGee: Thomas H Barton and tha unknown heirs of Thomas H. Barton: James Eck ford and the unknown heirs of Jamea Eckford; Alonaa H. Taylor and the unknown heirs of Alonza rl, Taylor; Burr A Harrison and the unknown heirs of Burr A Harrison; B A Harrison and the unknown heira of B A Harrison, and any and all persons having; or claiming any interest either le gal or equitable ef any'klnd whatsoever In the following- described lands, lying-, being- and situated in Noxubee county. State of Mississippi, and des cribed aa followa, to-wit; The west half of the southwest quarter of Sec tion 14; 105.08 acres in the northeast quarter of section 16, east of the Macon and Columbus road; the south half of Sec. 15, less 18 acres off the northwest corner of the southwest quarter west of the Macon A Brooksville road: the east three fourths of the north half. anOVi acres off tha northeaat corner of west half of the northwest quarter of section 22, all In township 16, range 17, east. Said above land being- more minutely described as follows: 41.96 acres of? the west side of tho south end of the west half of the southwest quar ter of section 16, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point 83 feet north of the ilouthwest corner of section 15, and run thence east 9 chains and 28 links to the center of the Co lumbus road; thence north 18 degrees east, 9 chains and 61 links: thence north 43 degrees east, tf chaina and 39 links; thence north 4 degrees eaBt, 13 chains and 61 links; thence west 18 chsins and 66 links; thence south 30 chains and 20 links to the point of beginning, being 41.96 acres. Also 76.68 acres in the southwest quarter of sec tion 15, south and east of the Macon and Colum bus road and more particularlySdescribed as fol lows: Beginning at a point 9 chains and 26 links east of the southwest corner of section 16, and running thence north 18 degrees east, 10 chaina and 11 linkethence north 4S degrees east, 9 chaina and 39 linkB; thence north 46 degrees east, 12 chains and 42 links; thence north 44 degrees east, 18 chains, 67V4 links; thence east 49 links; thence south 80.85 links; thence west 81 chains and 66 links to the point of beginning- and containing 76.68 acres. Also 26.31 acres in the northern part of the southwest quarter of section 15, lying between the Macon and Brooksville road and the Macon and Columbus road, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point 49 links west of the center of section 15, and in the middle of Columbua road, running thence west 21.81 chains; thence south one-half degree west along Brooksville road 8:87 chains; thence south 4 degreea west 13.61 chains to the intersection of the Brooksville and Columbus roads; thence north 46j degreea east. 12,42 chains, thence north 44 degrees east. 18.57V chains, along the center of the ColumbuB road to the point of beginning and containing 25 81 acres. AIho 1(16.08 acres in northeast quarter of section 15, being that part of said northeast quarter lying east of the Macon and Columbus road and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point 19 links west of the center of section 16, and in the middle of the Columbus road, and running thence north 44W degrees, east, 8.U0 chains; thence north 36- degrees east. 46.14 degrees along the center of Columbus road to the middle of Buggs Ferry road; thence east along the middle of said Butrgs Ferry road 1 1.40 chains to corner of section, thence south 39 chains; thence west 41.29 chains to point of beginning, and containing 106 08 acres. Also 9' acres otf of the northeast corner of the west half of the northwest quarter of section 22. more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point y:2f chains east of southwest corner of section 16. and in the middle of Columbua road, running thence east 11.30 chains, thence south 7.6 chains; thence west to middle of Columbus road 12.60 chains to middle of Columbus road; thence north 11 degrees, east 7.60 chains to the point of beginning and containing 9,5 acres. Also the west half of the southwest quarter of Sec 14, and the southeast quarter of Sec 15and the east three-fourths of the south half of Sec 22, all in T 15. K 17 east. We command you to be and appear before the Chancellor of our said chancery court at a term thereof to be holden at the court house in the city of Macon, in said county of Noxubee, on the Fourth Monday in April, A. D., 1915. then and there to plead, answer or demur to the original bill filed in said cause wherein you are defendants which bill is filed for the purpose of removing clouds upon the above described land and quiet ing the title in complainant. Witness my signature and the seal of said court affixed at my ottice in the city of Macon, Mississip pi, this the llth day of February. 1916. JNO. A. TYSON, Clerk, CITATION NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Noxubee County. In the Chancery Court of Noxubee County. April. 1916 term. No. 388 W, E. Stokes et als.. complainants, versus Abso lem Farmer and the unknown hears of Abso lem Farmer, et ale., defendants. To the following defendants to the Original Bill in the above styled cause, whose respective places of residence and post office addresses are unknown to complainants, and the names of the unknown heirs, their residence and post office addresses -are unknown to complainanta, and cannot by them be ascertained after diligent in quiry, and also to any and all persons: claiming any interest in the after described lands, and also to any and all persons having or claiming any legal or equitable interest of any Ik ind in said land, viz: a Absolem Farmer and the unknown heira of Absolem Earmer; Moeely Lewis and the unknown heirs of Mosely Lewis: David Hubbard and tha unknown heirs of David Hubbard; William H. Mitchell and the unknown heirs of William H. Mitchell; John T. Dismukea and the unknown heirs of John T. Dismukes; E. Dismukes and the unknown heirs of E. Dismukes; D. G Dismukea and the unknown heirs of D. G. Dismukes; Judith E. A. Dismukes and the unknown heirs of Judith E. A. Dismukes; Henry Dicker son and the un known heirs of Henrv Dickerson; Elisha Dis mukes and the unknown heira of Elisha Die mukes; Francis TnomaB and the unknown heirs of Francis Thomas; Elijah Taylor and the un known heirs of Elijah Taylor; G. Goodwin and the unknown heirs of G. Goodwin: J. T. Pittman and the unknown heira of J. T. Pittman; E. 8. Dismukes and the unknown heirs of E. 8. Dis mukes; Judith A. Crymesand the unknown heira of Judith A. Crymes; H. W. Foote and the un known heirs of H. W. Foote; Mrs, Annie Clements and the unknown heirs of Mrs. Annie Clements; Mrs. Emmie Patty and the unknown hears of Mrs. Emmie Patty: Mrs. Georgia F. Payne and the un known heirs of Mrs. Georgia F. Payne; Mrs K, L, Patty and the unknown heirs of Mrs. K. L. Patty H. D. Foote and the unknown heirs of H. D Foote, and H. L. Foote. Ashby Foote, Hugie Foote W H. Foote. Thomas Foote. Robert A, Foote, Annie Foote, and Frank Foote, and any and all persons having or claiming any interest in the following described lands, lying, being and situated In Nox ubee county Mississippi, State of Missisaippi, and described as follows, to-wit : The northeast quarter of the northeast quar ter of section thirty-three (33), T sixteen (16) R sixteen (16), The south half of the southwest quarter of Sec twenty-eight (28), T. sixteen :U6), B sixteen (16), The south half of the southeast quarter, and the northeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Sec twenty-eight (28), T sixteen 16, R sixteen L16, and The southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of aoction twenty-nine (29). T sixteen 16, R sixteen (16). We command you to be and appear before the Chancellor of our chancery court at a term there of to be holden at the court house, in the city of Macon, in said county of jNoxubee, on the 4th Monday in April, A. D 1915. then and there to plead, answer or demur to the matters and things contained In the Original Bill filed In aaid cause wherein you are defendants, which bill is filed for the purpose of removing the clouds upon the above described lands, and quieting the title InW. E, Stokes and Joe P. Stokes, complainants in this caure. Witness my signature and the seal of said court affixed at my office In the city of Macon, Mississip pi, OB the 12th day of February. 1915. , JNO, A- TYisONi Clerk. Delinquent Tax Sale. SUU of M iMtafppI, Noxubee Co., City of Macon, "Under anil by virtue of tha authority vented fn me aa Marshal and Tax Collector In and for said City. I will orooeed to eel! to the hlirheet bidder for cash In front of the Court House door In the city of Macon. Miss., the flint Monday being the Mil flav or April, A. D , 115, the property herein described Ivlner and heira- In said Cltv for the taxes due thereon for the fiscal year 1914. Patience M. Johnson-North V W H Block 10, tax and damagea $5.26. Patience M. Johnson Res. and 11. ft, of 8 end E H block 10, tax and damages C10.S5. Martha Dunn-Res. and WH lesa 106 ft x 66 ft In 8 W corner block 11 tax and damages I. 10. Titus Moore-Wt4 of E' or WV4 lot 1, (vacant) block 11, tax and damagos SS.36. Charlie Johnson-1T2 ft n(T N end Ett of Ei, of block II. tax and damagea (8,66 Mrs. Anna Holherg Vacant Slots 1 and t and E' lot 8. SH of WH of lot 8, block 18, tax and damagea 115.25, Winston Jones- 8 store or Lots 1 and t less Lot sold to Scales beginning 82 ft 7 In from N E cor ner of block, run S 26 ft 8 In. W to Lawence St, N 85 ft 8 in, thence V. to Jefferson at. block 14, tax and damages 8189.06. Georgle Palne'a estate Store and lot being 96 ft N of S R comer Block 14. on Jefferson St. run W 100 ft, 8 24 ft 8 In, E 100 ft, N 24 ft In to begln Ing, block 14, tax and damages S18.05. .Mrs. J. H. Stewnrt-SH of NV4 (vacant lot blk. 16. tax and damagea 84.26. Mrs. J. E. Rleves H Int. In house and lot begfn Ingat 8 E corner frae. blk 17. run 510 ft more or less to lot of Lnla Cotton In N E direction 100 feet more or less to C. Yarhnrrmrh. then in W direction to Prairie St. then In 8 W direction along E aide 190 ft to beglnlng-. frac. block 31-87, tax and dam agea 88.18. Millie Wllllams-Rea and. Lot T. block It, tax and damages $9.75 Alice Connor House and lot begtnf M ft 8 from N W cor. N'k 20, run E 40 ft then 8 48 ft. then E to East 8t, then 8 30 ft, W to Wavne st. N 78 ft to beglnlng, bl'k 20. tax and damagea f 10 85 Rose Lewis House and lot 108 ft off S and, bl'k 20, tax and damagea 14.25 Mattte Tole-Rea and lot 84 feet off 8 end lota S and 6 bl'k 22. tax and damagea 86 45 Ned Smith-House and lot beg'ng 50 ft E from N W cor bl'k 2S. City of Macon, run 8 124 ft F, 68 ft N 129 ft W to beglnlng bl'k 23. tax and dam ages 818.09 Hattle Richardson House and lot NVi NV4 bl'k 27, tax and damages $6.45 Henry Whltehearl-House and lot beginning at N W cor frac bl'k 18. run S on Washington st 1S5 ft, E 84 H ft. N 185 ft W to beglnlng frae bl'k 18. tax and damages $7.55 Jim TTnlniM i Cahlna J T A. knnM 1M ft E from N W eor frac bl'k 18, ran E 134 ft. 8 to river. W along side river 1S4 ft, more or less to ocaioe lot, tnen N to beglnlng all of river lots 8, 8 of said lot, frae bl'k 18, tax and damagea $10.85 Mre. Mattle Redwlne-Vacant lor, 88 ft off E side frac bl'k 18 and all river lota No 8 8 of same, all vacant, bl'k 18, tax and damagea $6 35 Mre. Mattle Rod wine House and lot T.95 chains off south side north third blk 39,'tax and damages $15.25 Hilda Tate House and lot 60 feet In northwest corner, block 21, tax and damagea, $6.45. Catharine Trlplett-Houee and lot 235 feet east from aw eor. f b. 24, run north 160 feet, west 60 feet south 160 feet east to beginning, blk 24: taxes and damages, $10.85 Alice and Mary Ladd-Hse and lot beginning at southwest corner fb. 24. run e 144 ft, n. 72 ft. w. 144 ft,, a. 72 ft to point of beg'g. taxes and dam ages, $11.95 . Grant Goodwin, hse and lot beg'g at northwest epr, fb. 23, run east ft., a. 129 ft, w f t, n 129 ft. to point of beg'g; fb. 24: tax ond dam. $14 15 J Mosley and J Burton Hse and lot in fb. 24, having 52H ft front on Greene St., from e to w 106 ft. north and south, f b. 24. tax and dam. $7.60 A W Lucas Hse and lot, beg. 409 ft. w. from necor fb. 24. run w 63V4 ft, a 130 ft, e6814ft, nl30 ft. to beg'g. fb 24; tax and dam. $17.45 Sarah Plekens-Hse and lo 20x120 ft of Bap tist church, fb. 25, tax and dam. $6.46 Mary Sykes-Hae rnd lot beg'g 230 ft. more or less, s from N, St and e side of alley on St. not named, being a. w. cor of lot owned by Amanda Buck, run a along said alley 60 ft, e 90 ft., n 60 f t w 90 ft to point of beg'g, f b. 27; tax and damages, $6.86. Mattie Dantzler Hse and lot, beg'g 200 ft. more or less s. from North St. on e. side of alley, run S. 6" ft, e 90 ft w to beginning; f b 27; taxes and dam oges. $4.80 Nelson Buck Hse agd lot eom'g on line be tween Sees. 83 and 34, run e, 90 chains, n of s.w. cor. of n.w. H. run e. at right angle with aaid sec. line 10 chains, n. parallel with said line 6 chains w 10 chains to line, s to beg'g, fb 29, tax and dam ages, fb. 29; taxes and damages, $6.45. Nathan Simmons House and lot (beginning at ae cor. lot owned by M. E. church, run north along e line of said lot to L, Seals old lot, then along e line Seal's lot to ne: cor. thereof, e to corporation line, s along e line to alloy, which is a continua tion of Ruif st., then w. along n. line of said alley 225 ft. more or less to, beginning, fb, 32, tax and damages $4 25, Geo. Wilson heira House and lot oe'd by Rose Wilson, f I). 32, taxes and damagea $4.25. T. B. Colbert House and lot beginning at se cor. of lot owned by Mrs, M D Bush, run w to Ab ner Bush lot, s!l20 feet more or lesBeast to alley, n 120 feet to beg'g. fb 32, taxeB and dam. $5.35. Fannie Stephenson House and all that part of fb 32, eof alley, running through said fb. be tween Minnie Shepherd and W. L. Williams, and n of Prairie St. less lot of Ridley, Noxubee Co. Hdw. Co., Bush. Scales and Wilson heira, f b. 32 taxes and damages, $8.66 Ben T. Taylor-All f b. S3 and 34 In City of Ma eon less Hubbard and Harris, fb, 33-84, tax and damages $24.05. Ben Scott rVi Int. In house and lot beg. at a point on Ruff St 265 ft. w of se cor f b 17, run n 110 ft. to McLeod lot. W along S boundary of aaid McLeod lot 69 feet a 110 feet to Ruff St., 69 feet to beginning, fb. 47, taxes and dam, $3.70. Catharine Crenshaw Res. and lot, bound on north by E. B, Boyd lot on east by Ford and Dor roh, on south by Longstreet and on w. by Mrs. S. J. Ames, f b. 63, tax and dam., $15.26. Margaret Deupree House and lot bound on n. by corporation line on e. by Spooner lot on a. by street on w. by street or alley, f b 64, taxes and damagea, $5.90, J. S. MAURY, Marshal and Tax Collector. NOTICE, Sealed bids will be received on or before the 6th day of April, 1915, at chancery clerk's office by undersigned commissioners of supervisor's dis- u.;,tiu.giwuii,gjuiKB COUnty, IU1BB., lor the maintenance of the Brooksville and Bigkee Valley wu .,, H,u uiouiti . uneior year tyio, , The bids shall be for the proper scraping and dragging of the Tishomingo gravel roads and keeping all ditches cleaned out and for the proper dragging and machining of all the balance of said roads and tha cleaning out of the ditches and keeping same cleaned out whenever same shall be necessary. Bids will also be received at the same time for the hiring out of teams and gear and driver by the day or a fractional part thereof whenever called on by the undersigned commissioners. Bids will also be received for the hauling, spreading and mixing of Tishomingo gravel when ever called on bv said commissioners and also for the mining, hauling, spreading and mixing of ar tificial mixture of sand, clay and gravel and clay pit now owned by said district whenever required to do so by said commissioners. Each bidder shall be required to furnish with i'.S'r L? b'?:b;nd OT certified check in the amount of $ou,oo. Undersigned commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all bids. W. 8. MULLINS W. A. CHEATHAM J. C. CAVETT. Commissioners. CITATION NOTICE. The State of Mississippi. J'm,D1 1 In the Chancery Court No. 8891 vs. of Noxubee Mary Deale, J County. To Mary Deale, a non-resident of the State of Mississippi and whose post office address is Cooper. Texas: We command you to be and appear before the Chancellor of our said chancery court at a term thcnnF ti k. i , ... ... V V, . mo court, nouse. in tne city ot Macon, in said county of Noxubee, on the 4th Unnria. In A . :l a ,i ,r ..... ... ... M1 11( n. u t A3io, men ana tnere to plead, answer or demur to the original bill in said cause wherein you are defendant Witness my signature and the seal of said court amxed at my office In city of Macon. Miss., this 1st day of March, 1915. JNO. A. TYSON, Clerk JNO. A. TYTON, JR.. D C. BOURBON RED TURKEYS A few trioa of pure blooded Bourbon red turkeys for sale. MRS. E. E. CAMPBELL. Route 3, Macon. Miss. SHEEP AND COW STRAYED From the Gurler-Mclntosh place 4 miles north of Macon, 10 head of sheep -white faced horned Dorsets. all ewes. Cow is black and white spotted, marked with hog-ring in one ear; about four yeara old. Wiil pay reward for any Information. L B. GURLER & CO., Box W, Macon, Ml as. The American Adding Machine The Latest Adder Costs But $35 See our exhibit ask for 10 days' trial Hera la new prioe on competent Adder, On machine that it rapid, ull size and inlailable. The very latest machine, built by men who know, in one of the largest metal-working ihopi. It li an individual Adder, to be plaoed on one'i desk, close to one't books ind papers. To take the plaoe ol the oentral mgohina requiring killed operator!. It it alio intended for offioes and stores where costly maohinei are luxury. The prioe is due to utter simplicity, and to our enumerout output. Seven keys do all the work. Each eopied number is shown . up (or checking before the ad dition ii made. The machine will add, sub tract and multiply. With very light praotiee anyone oan com pute a hundred figures a minute and the maohine never makes " mistakes. , Countless offices, large and mall, are getting from these machines the highest clan of services. AMERICAN CAN COMPANY, CHICAGO. For Sale By L. F. HOLBERG, Macon, Miss. It is freeit tells how you can have local and long distance telephone ser vice in your home at very small cost. Send for it today. Write nearest Bell Tele phone Manager, or FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company INCORPORATED. 181 80UTH PRYOR STREET, ATLANTA, GA. TRUSTEE'S SALE. State of Mississippi, Noxubee County. -By virtue of the provision of a certain deed of trust executed by Sarah F. Tolbert on the 9th day of October. 1912 to Charles Strong as trustee, to secure to John L, Grace a certain indebtedness therein mentioned, said trust deed being recorded In deed book No. 110, page 190 tn chancery clerk's office in said county I. the undersigned aa trus tee, will on Saturday, the 27th Day of March, 1915 within legal hours in front of the door of the court house in the city of Macon, Miss., proceed to sell at auction to the highest bidder for cash the fol lowing lot in the city of Macon, county of Noxu bee and state of Mississippi, and described as fol lows, to-wit: Fiftv feet off of tha south tide of lot seven, in block 16 in the city of Macon, and de scribed as beginning at the south west corner of block IB in the said city of Macon, and running thence north along the east side of Washington street for fifty feet, thence east 132 feet, thence south fifty feet, thence west to the point of be ginning. The property mentioned In said trust deed will be sold to satisfy said indebtedness and the cost of this proceeding. CHARLES STRONG, This Feb. 23, 1915. Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SALE. State of Mississippi, Noxubee County.' ..r By virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of trust executed by Brothers and Sisters of Relief, Pride Lodge No. 1 on the 3d, day of,Nov.,1911 to. A. T. Dent.as trustee, to secure,to George Youngguar dian James Franklin Little a certain Indebted ness therein mentioned, said trust deed being rec orded in Deed Book No,' 101, page 393 in Chancery Clerk's office in said county, L the undersigned aa trustee, will on Saturday, the 13th day of March, 1915 within legal hours in front of the door of the court house in the city of Macon, Miss. proceed to sell at auction to the highest bidder for cash the lot of land lying In block 9, In city of Macon, Miss., and bounded by a line commencing at a point on north side of Green street 110 feet east from S W corner said block, run thence north 80 feet, thence east 26 and one-third feet, thence south 80 feet, thence west 26 and one-third feet to beginning and being lot conveyed to grantees by JeBBe H. Buck. The property mentioned in said trust deed will be sold to satisfy said indebtedness and the cost of this proceeding. A. T. DENT, This Feb. 19, 191 B. Trustee. FOR RENT Cheap One store room, fine stand twodweling, good gardens, good pasture at depot Apply Wm. SUgg. R.F.D. No. 4, Columbus, Miss. NOTICE - Several choice Rhode Island Red cockerel b; excellent breeders. Satisfaction guar anteed; $3.00 each; eggs In son Ron. U. D. RICHARDSON, Deerbrook, Miss, Now we make this offer go that o. noes everywhere may learn what thie machine means to them. Ten Day's Test We will gladly plaee in any office one American Adder for a ten dayi' teat. There will be no obligation, and charges will be prepaid. ; Compare it with any non-lister even the oostliest. Let anyone use it. See if any machine oan serve better than this. Just tend ua this coupon and we'll end the maohine. Pleaae lend ua an American Adding Machine for ten dayi' free trial. Name ................................. Street Addreii. City State Postal Brings This Book ' TRUSTEE'S SALE. State of Mississippi, Noxubee County. By virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of trust executed by Harriet Clay and her husband, Mathew Clay on the 20th day of March. 1911, to I. L. Dorroh, as trustee, to secure to John L. Grace a certain indebtedness therein mentioned, said trust deed being recorded In deed book No. 101, page 236 in Chancery Clerk's office ia aaid county, I, the undersigned aa trustee, will on Saturday, the 6th day of March, 1915, within legal hours in front of tha door of the court house in the city of Macon, Miss., proceed to se I at auction to the highest bidder for cash the S, three quarter of N half of N E quarter of Sec 29, T 16, R 17, containing 16 acres more or lesa and being the land purchased by Harriet Mason from J. L. Grace Sept 14. 1909; also th following per aonal property, to-wit: One roan horse about 9 years old, named John; one bay horse, 9 years old named Pete; one Jersey colored cow, named Mag. about 6 years old, and Increase; one red and whita spotted bull yearling 18 months old, named John nie. The property mentioned In said trust deed will be sold to satisfy said indebtedness and the cost of this proceeding. L L, DORROH. . This February 10th. 1915. , Trustee. STRAYED OR STOLEN From Mr. Ames' 5 lace three miles west ef Macon, three-quarter ersey cow with small red dots, rlaht horn brok en. Will pay reward for any information. CONELIUS.McMORRIS. Sugar Cane Syrup I shall have Louisiana Su gar Cane Syrup for sale by Nov. 10th. You can't find any that is better than this. It is cloan, pure and free from any acid preservations. . . Sold only bu the crate of 6 one-gallon cans. Price per crate f.o.b. Macon $3.30. Send in orders for- your year's supply. J. W. HADDON.