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4 Wholesale- Cost! Up . to and including ; Dec. 24th, we offer our entire stock of V .-' - "( ' ; ; f . ... . Ladies' Suits, Coats and Skirts, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Oyer Coats and Trousers ' '" ' : ' ' : ' . ' ' - AT ' - .. ... Wholesale Cost. Oilr stock is-clean and new, and - , i we will save you money. Don't buy giving ua Walter B. Patty. BIG ASSORTMENT OF Jacobs Christmas Candies JUST RECEIVED Let us have your order now. We have also received an assortment of Stationery in Holiday Boxes, . Holiday Boxes, ." Christmas Tags, - . Christmas Post Cards, ' - New Year Cards. Macon Drug Company AGENTS Jacobs Candy - .. Norris Candy Ml 1 Getting up that Christmas Spread You Would Be Justified in Inviting Santa Claus Himself I He is a Great Champion of Quality. TRY THESE-THEY'ILL PLEASE Cranberries ' Cranberrs Sauce Celery Mushrooms ' Raisins Grape Fruit Oranges Complete Assortment of California Canned Goods. SEAL BRAND " COFFEE ' ' FRUIT CAKE ' Henry M. Jones. "Cabbage Plants, Beet PlantsLettuce Plants" Before placing your order lor Plants, are. these facts not worth considering P ' 1st. The Plants you buy from us are Plants off the same Seed Bed we use on our own Farm. .., 2d. We make good all bona fide Shortages. 3d. We Guarantee you Prompt Services, (weather conditions permitting) 4th. We have been in business for years and know how to grow Plants that will satisfy the Buyer. .- , ' Our prices are as follows i In lots from 1 to 5 Thousand, $1.00; S to 10 Thousand and over, 75o per 1000 f.o.h. here oash with order. Future orders will be accepted and delivered when wanted We guarantee our Plants to b Frost Proof. , v ' THE ONLY PLANT CO., Meggetts, S. C. Mules Cheap! ''SiTcS, be seen st the home of Mr. George Douitlass near Crater Point. -A. S. MOKGAN. No. 8 Kenneth Pl.ce. Mobile. Al Doranc In any quantity at 12Mic a pound. recanS pnone 120, mrs. w. t. cohnor. , - FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For a Rood mule two craded milchcow fresh with third calf. " MRS. B. EDMONDS. : Shuqualak. Miss. - . Piano for Sale. Kranlch $ Bach 'piaho; upright; cnmnarativelv now: In Rood condition, f errpg regBor,Rhp. APPlT ' tj! offlf? ! without a call a :. m TO ALL! IF WE ARE To Have The Pleasure ma a . a -w r v of Assisting I ou in French Peas , Nuts " bates Grapes Apples See our new electric coffee roaster and Bteel cutter, the machine that cuts the coffee after we roast it. At Crig ler'B, phone 25. . - Get a sample o( our fresh roasted coffee, Crigler's, phone 25. - Aunt Marv's one-DOund fruit cakes. Also two and five pound fruit cakes at CriKler's, phone 25. , Crystallized pineaDple, cherries, prange and lemon peel at Crigler'fr J joyr pytBcrjptor) is due, pay it. . Personal and Local Itenr.s Miss Mary bent is ill with 'agrlppe.- Mr. John R. Dlnsmorejleft for Gulf-, rjort on business today. Mr. Baird, of Inverness v was in the county on busines this week. Attorney A, T. Dent went to Jackson today on business for the sheriff. " Mr. P. P. Garner of Jackson, visited Mr. S. M. Thorns; and family this week. Mrs. M. M. Miller, of Shannon,' is visiting her parents, Mr. anl Mrs. Leo Cole. ' ; Mr. Tom Tyson ha been confined! to his bed all the week with a affection of the throat . ' v .. . ! Mrs. II. L. Owens has been confined to her room all the week with a severe attack of grippe. ' Mr. T. C. Harvey from Crawford, is 1 visiting his daughters, Mesdames Hor ton and Crigler. Mr. John Patty, of Patty Dry Goods Oo , was laid up several days lately with a severe attack of grippe. Mr, H. L. J. Barnes, of Meridian, was in town yesterday to see . his par ents, Mr. and Mrs, W. O. Barnes, Sr. Mr. T. L. Cheatham is again a. resi dent of this county. He is on Mr. Leo Cole's place nine miles north of Macon. Mr. Henry Owens returned Thursday on the noon train from St. Louis where he has been a patient in a sanitarium for the past month. Little Charles Hardin, ' son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardin had the misfor tune to fall and break his arm last Wednesday afternoon. S . .''t' Mr. Ed Bobbins, ojie of the most pro gressive farmers and stockman of south east Noxubee, was in town Thursday to the meeting of farmers, , , Little Miss Emma Laura Hughes, who has been quite Bick at her home in Memphis, is reported much better. The Hughes family are greatly missed in Macon. ' -. ' '- Mr. Nick Rodgers, Jr., of Chickasha, Ok., is visiting relatives in the county. He says that the crops in his 'section this year were fine, and . are bringing good prices. ! The friends of Mr. George Goussett. and family will be glad to learn that they will return to Noxubee after , a stay of a year or more in Adams coun ty, near Natchez. ' ! Mr. PaulT. Puckettof Glasgow Junc tion, Ky., who wa$ bookkeeper for the Macon Mercantile Co., several yeas ago, spent a day or two here with friends this week. ; Mr, Winston Jones, of Mobile, was in the county this week looking' after .bis farming interests, V He spjd... a p tionof this year's ' cotton crop, 250 bales, to Klaus & Co, ; Dr. Lex - Hubbard, o Birmingham, was in town Tuesday., He was here on a very important mission, a full ac count of which will be seen in the Shu qualak items on the eighth page of this issue. William Earle Dent, Bon of Mr. D. W, Dent, was taken to Meridian on the early train thjs rrorning , for an operation for appendicitis. He haa been a student at the Agricultural High school. News is received from Columbus that both Dr. and Mrs. Minor are much im proved in health; though the latter is still in the sanitarium and will proba bly be confined to her bed for some time. Mr? G. H, Alford, who was for a number of years identified with the ag ricultural department of Mississippi, and'now in the same work in Maryland spent a day or two at Mashulaville re cently on a visit to his brother, Mr. T. C. Alford. . - The hands on Messrs. Paul Augustus and Lon Milliams' places have been do ing some good road work this week in sand-claying from where the roads folk in the piney-woods to the church on the Augustus place. Mr. L. H. Walker, of Oregon, Mo., who recently bought a 220 acre farm near Center Point from Mr. E. V. Yates, will arrive today frith his fami ly, Stock and household goods. Dairy ing will be his principal business. ' Leonard Martin is at home from the University. He came home a week or so early for the Christmas holidays on account of illness in his father's fami ly. They are improving with the ex ception of Mr. Will Martin, who is still quite ill. Messrs. Jesse Bnd James Sparkman, of Cooksville, were in town Thursday to attend a meeting of farmers. ' The latter bought a ' car more than two months ago and wa s not seen in town strain for a month. It was so strange and unusual that it was noticed 'and talked about, but Jim explained.it sat isfactorily by giving the excuse that he was sick with the grippe and malaria and couldn't get out. . , "Mr. Will Cheatham," Baid the man who knows recently, "is doing more to get ready for the boll weovil next year than any farmer in the county. He is burning all his cotton stalks, grass and weeds from the ditch banks and clear ing up all corners where the weevil can hibernate." It has been demonstrated in sections where the pest has Infected that they-are materially deceased by Jnes precaiitjnnR.' " . . . " Mi '-Y CHURCHESSaT , , ' - , v . , METHODIST. , ; , r ... Rev.' E. Nash 3royles will preach his first sermon Sunday at 11 a. m. and in the evening at 7 p. m. Sunday school will be held at 9:45 instead of 10 o'clock as heretofore. The public are cordial ly Invited to attend both services. ; . . BAPTIST ; '' ' Rev. J. P. Harrington, of Columbus, will preach at the Baptist church Sun day morning and evening. Appropri ate music will be sung. The public are cordially invited. ' - ' PRESBYTERIAN. Regular morning service at 11 o'clock. No evening service as Dr. Jones' con gregation will worship with Mr. Broyles. v . SOCIAL DOINGS. Mr: Georgt Entertain. x . On last Friday evening tyrs. Ernest T. George entertained Mr. George and six of his friends at an elegantly ap pointed eight course dinner in honor of Mr. George'B birthday. The holiday season and the anniversary celebrated were symbolized in the Christman dec orations jBnd birthday dinner cards. The affair was altogether one of the most elaborate and handsome of the kind ever given in Macon. The guests were Mr. E, T. George, Mr. Julian Boggess, Mr. C. D. Feathereton,- Mr. Paul Silvey, Mr. C. I. Sargent, Mr. W. B. Lucas and Mr. C. G. Combs. Mrs. George was assisted in serving by Miss Annie Ella Ames. Tha Study Circla. I.Thursday afternoon the Woman's Study Circle spent a pleasant afternoon with Mrs. W. T. Connor. The respon ses to roll call were "Mist mas Greet ings.'! The following was the program: Poem The Holly Treve. Southey : Mrs. Richardson. Sohgl Life's Garden Jacobs-Bond : ; . '.. Mrs. McMillin. Legend. The Saga of King Olaf Story King Olaf s Christmas. . . y mrB. Jwyu. , Poem. A Carol from Flanders . : 9. Mist Bass, ' . . . Tht Listz Society Met with Miss Helen Carleton Satur day afternoon, December 4th. The following program was rendered: Reading, The Erl King .Goethe 'anej Patty Menuett '. .f Schubert Helen Carleton Serenade Schubert Virginia Morgan Dolls Cradle Songs Heins Frances Colo Cheerfulness .' Sybil Tomlinson 2nd Waltz .....Denand Eleanor Shannon.. Woodland Whispers) Baumgardt , Virginia Morgan Reverie D'Amour Nellie Douglass Somewhere a Voice is Calling ; Virginia Morgan Awakening of Love . . . Moszkowski May Antoinette Boswcll. On Friday Mfs. Lute Minor' will en tertain tee Junior Auction Bridge club. Miss Frances Dent entertained a few friends at a chafing dish, party Thurs day night. . Mrs. : Ernest Hsginv entertained a tumbcr of friends at forty-two last Friday afternoon. An elegant two course menue was served.' On, Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Jua nita Murphey entertained the Fort nightly club with a Christmas party. Dainty refreshments were served in two courses and the prizes were award ed to Miss Annie; Ella Ames and Mrs. Julian Boggess. The Stork. r. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank El liott of Charlottesville, Va., has beun brightened by the coining of a little son on Dec. 12,' who will bear the name of Frank Elliott, Jr. The many friends of Mrs. Elliott, who was Miss Erline Holt of this p'ace, extend congratula tions, and many good wishes for her boy's future. Mr. Henry A. Minor and Mrs. A, T. Dent were called to Columbus on ac count of the illness of Dr.. and Mrs. H. A. Minor. Dr. Lancelot Minor of Hollywood, was also called to Colum bus for the same reason. He return ed home Thursday. . Dr. Bare field in Shuqualak. Dr. Barefield will be in Shuqualak, Monday, and Tuesday only December 20th and 21st. j A Christmaa Tree. Next Friday night, the 24th, every body is invited to attend the Christmas Tree at the Lyceum theater. The management assure those who wish to put presents on the tree for their friends that the greatest care will be exercised to insure the prompt delivery of all packages. Some one will be in the Lyceum theater all day of the 23rd and the 24th. Sei.d all packages as earl as possible. . Pictures will be shown, starting as usual, 8 o'clock, and the Christmas Tree afterwards." "Wyatt Jones,Jr. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks for the many many kind deeds, beautiful flowers, and loving words that were extended us during the long suffering and at the grave of our loved one. We wish to thank each and every one. They will ever be remembered by us all. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mauldin - r. and family. We roast and grind our coffee every day. Get a free sample at Criglers, phone . . " Before You Buy Your CHri'sta&s Presents! -SEC Pretty Boxes of Stationery 25c to $4.00. Small Boxes for Children. , . ' . V Toilet Vaters-25c to $4.00. Perfumes ( Extracts )-25e to $3.50. - Gift Boxes of Toilet Articles. ;,. .. , Young People's Perfumes and Week-end Packages. Nunnally's Candies in pretty Baskets and Boxes, end v ordinary Packages. , Handsome packages of Candy in other brands at lower prices. Combs and Brushes. , , Pocket Knives-25c to $3.50. . , ; Razors all prices. ' . . Cigars-Sl.OO to $4.00 per box. . China Sets and Coasters will also make nice presents. ' These cost very little, with coupons. ( Mrphey's Drug' Store. . Our Coffee Eoaster has been in operation one week and the results are all that could be desired. Every one who has tried this FKESH BOASTED COFFEE pronounce it for superior to the ordinary kind. After coffee has been roasted any length of time it deteriorates badly losing much of its strength, color and original flavor. Some of the advantages obtained by using Fresh Roasted Coffee are BETTER COLOE, BETTLR FLAVOR, BETTER TASTE and CLEARER COFFEE. . Try some of this ground on our new Elec tric mill, , " ONCE TRIED IS . . ALL W'E ASK T. W. CRIGLER PHONE 25 stills In our drug store we have gift goods galore. We could not list all of them on this whole page. Only come in to see them. You will buy and save time, trouble and money. HERBERT DRUG CO. Cut Flowers for Chriatmaa Rosea Carnation Litliea of Valley Amerian Beautlet Special Eauqaeta Place i Orders i Early MISS ALMA DINSMORE. Angus Bulls 25 Angua Bulla, 6 to 12 months old. Priced to sell. FRANK COX, Fairfield, Iowa WILL aUY TUKK1CYS. If you have any for aale, see me hi Cannon & Co's. Store. ItoBT. Turner, .Ir. There's just as much diflVrenre be tween fresh roaste:l cf.fiVe nd the oth er kind as there ia between fresh roast ed peanuts and stale ones. See the roaster at Crifrlera. Notice. Farmers! ;W:fJ!ffil.j o tnnt vceetahlrs can be msturwi enrly for north ern markets. I know of t wo men ho made more than Situ an acre urowinls wet potto WouUJ like to Ket In touth with a farmer who would bej Intflrnnl.'d 1j K. WHIIK. T"' ,. . VJ F.n, 2. Macon-Miss. OUR- Come See Our Xmas PtesentsH Wrfumes. Toiletr Articles' and Lundred? of ex- aisitej pleasing presents which oa can. tuy for a small sum FINEST SOAP ! BEAUTY PARLOR. Thank you for your past patronage and urge that you will let us eare for your hair through the Winter, working day and night by electricity. My personal atten tion at my office 4 p. in., night and Satur day!. (Jive us a call. 11-26 4t M. L. LITTLE, Prop. Money to Loan ! New money connection . made. Now have best proposition on market. COM E AND SEE US 1 STRONG & BUSH. TRUSTEE'S SALE. ?tateofMiiislpDl. Noxubee County. By virtue of the provisions of a certain deed of trout executed on the lat day of December. loa. hv J, H. Auatand wife. Bettie AuM to Geonre) RichardHon, trustee, to secure a certain indebted ness duj Joe Cramer, mentioned in said trustdeed, . jud liiih laid trustdeed waa duly recorded la die olllce of the chancery clerk of Noxubee coun- ;y. Mlssljalrpl. Indeed book 9S. pair S08; and .vier-as the said J. H. Aust and Bettie Aust hatls lef suited in tho payment of said Indebtedness, snd the said Joe Cramer has requested the under tijrned trustee to foreclose the said deed of trust. , now therefor. I, George Richardsop, trustee, will on Sainrday, the 8th Day of January, 1916, proceed to aell the following; described real estate, iyina- and b-ipp: situated In Noxubee county. Idlas Wnipni. to the hisrhest bidder for cash in front of the court house door In the city of Macon, said property being described as follows, to-wlt: Lots two 12. seven 17, ten Ul and fifteen 15 All in section thirty-one 31, township thirteen 13, rang-e nineteen 111, containing one hundred . foity-nine U acres more or leas. And 1 will execute such title ss It vested In me, which I believe to, be It nod. This the lUhr day of . December. 1H5. J OKOKflF, RICHARDSON . ... .i ., w. . - , : -it- v V .