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PLETE LINE OF NEW Coat Suits and Skirts RANGING IN PRICES FROM $12.50 to $20 in all Colors We take pleasure in showing them. Have also received the most com ; , plete line of ' SILKS :: SATINS and DRESS GOODS ever shown in Macon, and we in , vite an inspection before making . your purchase. Walter B. Patty. r 1 RESOLVED THAT WE MIGHT A3 WELL KEEP COOL? NICE TOILET WATER. AND LOTION.S WILL HELP YOU. BU5TER'BK0Uft - v AiaNltH.SVTn( BvSTta.ea.OTrlCCMICflOO. KEEP COOL. THAT IJ THE PROPER, THING TO ' DO THE.SE HOT DAYS. YoU WILL BE .SUIt PR.IJED AT THE FINE FEELING YOU WILL HAVE IF YOU COME TO OUR .STORE AND BUY TOILET WATER, TALCUM POWDER AND ALL THO.SE. NICE .SOOTHING THINGJ THAT REFRESH THE .SKIN AND JooTHE ALL IRRIGATION J. GET YOUR GOOD CIGAL'5 AND TOBACCO AT OUR .STORE TOO BEJT QUALITY LoWEJT PRICED. MACON DRUG COMPANY ;the home of quality MACON, MISSISSIPPI Notice We have completed Our two gins have new Bring your cotton We pay highest cash cotton Imperial Cotton Oil Co. FRANCES EDNA BUSH r: PIANO Studio Opens September 13, 1915 Propec9ive Pupils are Requested to Communicate with Mils Bush aa Early u Pouible i : : : : : Phone 97 P.O. Bo 112 , - FOR SALE ; Seed Wheat, per bushel. . .$2 00 Seed Rye, per bushel 1 60 " Seed R-pe, per pound 15 Chicken Feed, per 100 lbs. 2 00 N. Scales. Giod Year Tires, CasinfjsJ and Jnne ' ' mm Notice our grist mill. saws throughout. and corn to us. price at all times for seed. L'ESTELLE BARCLAY TEACHER OF PIANO AND VOICE . Apply for Terms " Classes Open September 15th, 1915 FOR SALE-One 12 H. P. McHce portable en (fine, kerow'ne burner, One 20-inch Williams' prrist mill and belt for nainn. Both are practical ly new. K canon for sellintr: Farm I have pur chasird includes this equipment. Kurthur parti cular write or phone W. C. SWALLOW, Macon, Mi'hs. FOR SALE. . Nice Saddle and Harness Horse, not afraid of ny thing. N. Scales, Personar and Local Items Mrs. Sanford, of Fayette, Ala., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Gus Wil liams. Mrs. Ben BoggeBS, of Brootsville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Holbein. Miss Mary Price returned Wednes day from a stny of a month or more in Jackson, Miss. Miss Mary Dene, of the Agricultural High School, will spent the week-end with home folks. Judge Kimbrough, of Danville, III., will be tho guest noxt week of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Swallow. Mr. W. W. Bloemer, "of Batesville, Ind., will bo Mr. Feibleman'a office as sistant at the firm of A. Klaus &Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Brame, of Rankin county, were called to Noxubee this week by the illness of Mr. Cunning ham, Mrs. Brame's father. Mr. Calvin Sargent was taken quite seriously and sudden ill last Monday afternoon. His condition has improv ed and he is expected to bS up in a few days. , . Mr. J. H. McDonald and little daugh ter, Mary Louise, returned Wednesday afternoon from Hattiesburg, where the latter has been a patient in a hospital for several days. ' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anderson and Misses Ruth and Annie McNees, of Shuqualak. and Mrs. Ellene Baker f fcindley, of Laurel, visited Mrs. Renie Clark this week. Mrs. W. P. Snowden and Miss Aby Woodward returned Tuesday from a three months i tay in the West. Besides taking in the-exposition at San Fran cisco they visited relatives in Southern California and Texas. , Dr. Jones, of the State Sanitary board, made an inspection of Macon this week and was tolerably well pleas ed with the conditions he found the market and grocery stores. Said Ma con was one of the best screened towns he had visited. Mr. W. S. Shearer, of Missouri, has been in the county this week looking after his fai ming interests. He bought several years ago the Jamison place near Cliftonville, and is much pleased with the grass lands of the county, and thinks it destined to be the finest stock country in the United States. Mr. Julius Klaus returned the early part of the week from the markets. Neither the boll weevil i,or the war prevented him from buying heavy and he says they will have the largest line of fancy and staple dry goods and no tions they have ever carried. See their sto:k before "ordering off." Hundreds of acres of land have been prepared to bow oats and wheat and the rains this week have put a fine sea son in the ground. The oat acreage will probably be doubled over last year and considerably more wheat will be planted, as every one who have been eatirig home-grown flour this year are well pleased and have made converts. Mr. Allsup, of Springhill, Tenn., has recently purchased from Mr. W. W. Shannon 320 acres of the Eiland place about four miles southeast of Macon, which he will improve and make his permanent home. Mr. Allsup came from Tennessee more than a year ago- rented a farm and made a thorough in vestigation of conditions before buying He is delighted with Noxubee and feels sure there is a great future here for those who raise stock and diversify. On account of the condition which the boll weevil has brought Macon as cotton market, Maj. E. B. Boyd is lo cated in New Albany, Miss., for the balance of the season. Mr. Boyd came to Macon from Columbus about twenty years ago, and has been in the cotton business here ever since, and it is with deep regret that we lose him, as he is held in high esteem, both socially and in a business way. There are many ups and downs in the cotton business, as every farmer and merchant knuws, but there is not a man in the county that can say aught against Maj. Boyd'in any deal he has ever made. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Swallow and Mr. J . A. Campbell started to Meridian in their auto Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock. They had been warned that the gulf storm was approaching at a rapid rate, but thought they could make it. They got as far as DeKaib or a mile this side, when they had to abandon the car and return next day over the Snoody Valley railroad. Mr. Campbell says the roads through Kem per have improved a hundred per cent ano ne ceneves tney could nave . gone into Meridian over the fine sand-clay roads from DeKaib on, could they have gotton over the last hill. The road had been newly worked, and the rains, had put it in such bad condition it was im possible to climb it. Good services, prompt delivery and reasonable prices .is our motto, City Pressing Club. C. 1. Sargent. Prep City Pressing makes old clothes new C. I. Saroent, Prop. LOST On Friday niirhr. Sept 17th, a hood or cover lor Roo car, on Prairie Point roa'i. Will pay reword for its recovery. MRS. W. A. CHRATHAM. WANTED ! COTTON SEED. Am paying the highest price. ' J, E, DORROH. CHURCHES EPISCOPAL. There will bo services in the Epis copnl church, by tho Rev. John Gass, on Thursday, Oct. 7th, at 7:45 p. m. All are cordially invited. METHODIST. Sunday school 10 a. m , preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. You are cord ially invited to attend all these serv ices. U. O. Down, Pastor. $ PRESBYTERIAN. Promptly at 0:45 the Sunday School Rally service will bp gin. Every church member is expected to be present apd bring a new momber with them. A special program has been arranged for this occasion. Rf trular morning aervices at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor. All are cordially invited to attend. CENTER POINT. , Dr. Jones of the Presbyterian church, will conduct services at Center Point Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. . BAPTIST. On account of tho absence of the pas tor thorn will be no regular Bervice, but, Children's Day exercises will be held at Sunday s:hool. 77ia Stork. A son was born on Friday, ber 24th, to Mr, and Mrs. A. Scptem G. Wil- Hams. A Correcton. In the notice last week of Mrs. Bar clay's studio an error was made by this paper in stating that Miss Nevill would teach "Domestic Art," when it should hnve been "Dramatic Art." It is understood that Miss Woodward will resume her class in Domestic Science in the school in a short time. Board of irasta . The regular meeting of the board of trustees of the Macon schools will be held at Fublic School No. 1. Mon day morning, October 4th, at 9 o'clock instead of 4 o'clock, the Usual hour. F. E. Carleton, Sec'y. The Cemetery association will meet Tuesday atternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. E. E. Dantzler. The Walter Barker Chapter, U. D. C will-meet Oct. Gth, 3:00 p. m., at. Mrs. L; F,' llolberg's. All members are requested to be present. Cards of Thanks We desire through the Beacon to express to each and everyone, who was so thoughtful of us in the sad death of our husband and father. Mr. A. G. Cunningham, our most Bincerely grate ful appreciation. The beautiful floral tributes, the dear sweet, songs, he so much loved, and the loving words of comfort and of commendation of our dear ones we shall ever cherish. His Wife and Children. Togo, Miss., Sept. 9, 1915. -v We wish to express our most sincere thanks to the many friends and physi cian who extended so much kindness and sympathy during our recent sad bereavement in the loss of our wife and mother. Mr. John Guy, Mrs, Myrtle Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. M& David and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duean and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Guy, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Field9. Mrs. Robert Patty's Death. Mrs. Ella Campbell Patty, relict of the late Hon. R. C. Patty, died at the home of daughter, Mrs H. G. Small, in Corinth, Miss., laBt Wednesday, end her remains were interred in the Odd Fellows cemetery Thursday afternoon. Funeral services at the Presbyterian church bv Dr. Jones were held befcre i the burial.; It has been a good many years since Mrs. Patty had her home in Macon but her family and herself have always been strongly identified wiih this city, and a great many of our people still retain feelings of warm friendship and regards for her. She is survived by four children, E. C. Patty, of Corinth, Y. B. Patty, of Macon, Mrs. W. F. Ferris, Jr., of Corinth, and Mrs. Harry Small, of Corinth. All were present atttne funeral Thursday. Mrs. Patty, nee Campbell," was born at Hamburg, Tenn., and was married to the late Robert C. Patty at LaGrange Tenn., in November, 18ti9. Death of Mr. Steve Dent. News was received in Macon of the death this week at Argo, Miss., of Mr. Steye Dent. Mr. Dent was at one time a resident of Noxubee and married here a daughter of the late Wm. Dent. He removed from here to Georgia, but of late years has made his home in the Delta. He has many friends and rela tives in Noxubee. Mobile and Ohio R. R. Co. Excursion Fares vs. Mobila and Ohio. . To Birmingham. Ala., and return for Alabama' State tair, the M. a u. win sell tickets to Birmingham and return from - Macon for $4 85 for the round trip. Tickets on sale October &th to llith, 1915, rnclusive ; good returning do October 18th,. 1915. Gallon agent ;t Macon for any other information. To Memphis, Tennessee, September I 20th to October 4th, 1915. On September 26th to October 4th the M. & O. will sell round trip tickets, Macon to Memphis, Tenn,, for $5 85, good returning until October 5th, 1915. For further information call on agent at Macon. W. C. McCullar, - Agent. : We have been dicing for 20 years and not dead yet-Cleaning and Pressing all the same time. Dixib PKEssiNfl Club. Are You SavingiCliina Coupons ? Get one with, everyi purchase. ' , Twenty cou pons and $2.$)0 gets a 42 piece, set pf Sterling . China, three designs. Youv have plenty of time to save tho 20 coupons, as so many people want the sets, that we expect to continue the offer for a long time yet. . . Get' your friends to give you their coupons, If they da not need them right low. This China cannot be purchased for anything like the price In the ordinary way, soit'would be worth while to come and sec these sets. You will certainly want one. Will have some coasters for tho children in a few days. They won't cost much, with coupons. Murphey's Drug Store Demand For Our Butter Is Becoming Greater . . We need more Cream. You need a monthly check. - Bring us your cream and you. will help yourself as as us. Price of Butter Fat This Week 26c. Macon Creamery Company, MACON, MISSISSIPPI. Paint your house. It is economy. It preserves as well as beautifies. Buy your paints and brushes from us; you will get paints that last and brushes that hold their bristles. HERBERT DRUG CO. Notice, Please. : I must ask those who owe me 1914 accounts, and who owe monthly ac counts which have been running for several months, or a year, to call and settle, or send checK, wnen tnese ac counts are mailed, which will be Oct. 1st. . ., I have carried these accounts until they are long past due, and 1 must ask for a settlement. I hope .my friend and customers will attend to t his mat ter promptly as I foel that I have car ried these accounts as long as tho could reasonably ask. These ac counts are not larsre. and if it is not convenient.to pay (he cash, most any one can make a bankable note fin enough to cover tho account. .. Respuctfullv, Ed. M. Mu.iPHEY. TAKE NOTICE. Wo respectly request that every rn of our costurners make a f p -cial elfin to pay at least a porti"n of tnir ac count by Oct. 1st. Wo have olih'ga tions that must be met. Your promp assistance wili be app echtod C. P. RuxsKM, A. C. WANTKD To boy a n,iir of tfoul o on hnttnHi between two and four yearn oM. Mn t t .-uul trial before buyinir. JIWVtlB IIOi'KlNS. 'WERVIC'E IBOO-Money must bo' paiil . lot ' Iwy wben cow is Hent.-olnerwiae r!on't Bomi' aninwl. PrivelaKe of returninit eow,tf ilewirr.l. tilOT. KICIIAKPfON. DR. M. H. WELCH SUCCESSOR TO DR. C. L. CLCMENT "DENTIST ' . MACON, MISSISSIPPI If JwzfT al. JJ E, AT at Cannon & Co's We are prepared to serve lunches at any' time of the day, etc. We also sell Groceries at the lowest prices Hill says let us make you a new Fall suit, Rock Bottom prices. Si'mplcs at City Press ing rlnh. Fit guaranteed. SKKD OATS-400 b lohcla of home-KTOWn rort ir.H,f onta at 70u per butbel, unntteked. dfHvrd . i.Iih.,1. PHILIP CiOITKKETT ' FOH RffNT AT ONCE-KcldWe known 1:H. H Brook a. Sr.. horn Dlacs. Write to Mrm. Lee II. Smith. S17-3Sth Ave., Meridian. Miu., or tee l C. Joninn, Miicod. Mlaa. Kuvkendall's Greaseless Liauid Eczema Remedv I The Greafett Eczema mi Skin Rerhedy of the World Cures all kinds of itching skin trou bles Tiow,' poison oak, itch, ringworms, .chicken-pox, dny itching skin. Sores n-sernhljng cancers. Physicians fail, this remedy cures. Samples to suffer ers.. Far-sale br? -.r ; , , , , to. in, rournuj, macon. Broolirillt Drug Co., Brooltrrilla, 'JZZ 0- f; HpiHw, SUaualajj.