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MA.CO i I 1CACON, MISSISSIPPI, Frlilay. S.pfembor 2, li21 Nd. If. fm, , ft i ;i BEACON jl-jhlii. BROOKSVILLE Mr. i;nl Mrs. (.'has. TiV.U and child n ft Arl-atisas are visiting fir i!i.Ui-s in -wn and cum-munity. Mr. Jesse Gray has moved to the Valley and is assisting Mr. Van Clcvt at his lumber plant. Mr. Is-aiah Harper has also pone to the country. He will do business fur Mrs. G. VV. Cunningham at her rtoie in the Valley neighborhood. Mr. d. T. Heard ; is still away from town. r :''' Rev. V. VV. Hartfield has ' teen in New- 'Albany this week visiting his father and mother. Mrs. G. W. Cunningham and children are at home from a three week's stay near Bigbee Valley. Mrs. Minor of Macon is a guest at the home el' her son, Mr. Lueian Minor. Miss Mary Henley has returned to her teaching position in Arkiansas Miss' Fannie St. John has gone "to Dancey, and Miss Nannie Roger left Friday for Memphis,, most of their schools open Sept. 5. Mr. Tommie Wilkin is at home after an absence of several months. U. or.A ti-ei & V. ftnintr of Ala. were in town Saturday for a i'ew j had bujlt hours. Mrs. Kelley Wootten and daught er are in Greenville visiting Mr. and Mis. E. M. Foster, . ., - Mrs. Marion Triplett of.WinsUm. County has moved into town anu is SEPT EM HER CHAXGES Nearly all the usual September business change-- took place before the first of the month this year. Mr. Ed. Maury opened for busi ness about two weeks ago in the store bouse he had built opposite me court nuuse on the brame law f BASE BALL Macon V ins Two Came From Scooba. .IMcat Kemper boys in Scouha Score C to .V- Knock out 11 lo 1 victory in Macon. After thr.e unsuccessful kt..emvt v..v ihju. mi uie oianie law office lot. It is a larger building I tn defeat the fast Scooba team, th. than Mr. Brame's office, taking in 1,K'a,s won tne fou,'th ir all-1921 all of the alley-way that separated n irom tne snannon stable. The Jones' Bros., who bought out Mr. Chancellor's stock of groceries, ,onimeiii'a oum f; me lirst August. " Scooba Friday when they defeated that hitherto invincible aggregation by anj eight io (live s-Jre. In a nitcliers battle Sherrod .tttislv out es, i t , 0f . pitched the famous "Blondy" Clyte 'Smith, striking out ten. and allow- Mr., Chancellor nurchased the old in only four hits whd, the locals Hauenstein corner from the Cun-iKet to Smith for twelve hits apd he ningham estate' and is doing a whole j was nI' abl' to. turn back s,x on, i r i .1 i ' ctribus The batting of Howard and Sine leeu ana gi,occry uusiness. - Mr. Jackson purchased the build- I,roPst mI tht" fit'IlilnK 'jof Compton, ing two doors above his old stand L"r and has it fitted up ideally for ajwhil Hopper played the best ball market and grocery business. J"r Scooba. '; Mrs. Jno. A. Tyson, Jr., has mov- Macon failed to score in her half ed her rnilinerv stock to the store "f the first but Scooba; shoved one occupied by the Dollar Saving store. aCT0SS- Sherrod turned back Barm The latter was emerged with the f"'t man up on Strikes, he failed Featherston store. to locate the plate for. Hopper and The'-Little- Drug store is now in walked this gentleman;;-who stole the Averv stand, Mr. Little having Rt'c'nl ""d third- Nelson swung at .,,..i,....,i tu- c(r. f,,m Mi- -.n. three fast ones, but Ovaries smgi- UllllK.tl lilt OfcWIt ...III ..... t - . i- .l. I f il Honner scorine. Clav Homier er cany in wie summer, i - - - - Mr. Creedle has moved to tHi f ! ut f' the llist out- 11 Mat,ri shop near the tlep.it, which he has half of the second Howard first U I fiw 4uti ir. ,rc. Prim n4 nn 1(1 bujlt. ' ,lln" Ui' V wnt Vwiwpw rni ruiiiiitAii'i unr n tu;v - of feed ami groceries in which they Stephens struck .out. Compter, then handle in car-lots, in the Dee build-; scored on HaHe s single, Cockrell ing formerly' occupied by Creettle. out and Sherrod lifted one to . .. .. '... . . . ! right field for the last, two outs. Thee has,. been an unsual number Scooba added another score ' in tbe TIL T. Tl A .l ? :i.. ...... ! - , ...t A .In m .. ..r... ..t .own hiiu m ..ir, t nemn nunier anu lanmy second, woeit nunm? m. . now' occupying the V. M. McLeod now4 ocmpVing their residence used Sherrods fast ones to-i-enter field cottaire. hy Mrs. Kirby as a boarding house, if.,.. K horne. run with a man on b;:se. Mr ohfrrod Hines is working at i Mrs' Kivb-V nd family "re, "fupy- 1 Adams tailed to touch,; j'ond hw th f cienn sti, 1 Mr. Duncan of the Shannon cottage which was M U) towhond fcow. ShuJSk l Stiles & Te. ,5"" h' Wr' M' A'"imS 8,1,1 I ever and was called out. The neM Mrs. Ernest Hunter of Macon arfd I Mv . Adams has moved tn.hjs nftth'( vrtthrUSSi the fifth Miss Nina Sutherland of Jackson are home five miles west of Macon. i . . ""k 'l":', n" c .,. at. Mvs. .1. VV. Wilkin. Miss, Mr. Vernon Adams, who has been mn.ng, with one dt.wn.Tht.mas Cadenhead of Shtibata is t.iei!(tetl in Mr. Thomas' cottage is occupying lit Mrs. 'B. J. iNVtetairs soon. She Mrs. Stevens' home ,'the Hauenstein und Miss Sutherland are "on their house.), way to their school inHolly Springs, i Mr. MrC,raw and family have V i .v... 1 T riivinh Vifime near t:,.-,-e x ami ,,v.. ' . ... f .1 t km. .MtiiMriF's wnicn nv. uurena ..ne Mr .an.ri'nirs. j. u. ijsom ir in- day. fupy-mg rite Caldwell horn", which Mrs. Elisha po-rroh of Macon has MrTyr.ri 'twmght a 'year or more been 'the gliest'V; 'her mother, 'Sirs, ago.' W. W. Calme, for 'ls'everal days. , , ,.Mr. and'r- V occupying a cottage f.f Mrs. Emmc s recently Mrs. W. W. Hartsfield is .-visit- ,ioit ing htr relatives in Tippah Nmnty.. m,'.. nm) Mrs. C. C. Moore are with "i'SM' -dya aa.,nii.'qa-.,.)few. -ksiwumiu ... lor the past few days moving pet)-; Mi's. Bessie Hmvard, primary pie. Such a moving about, was teacher is in Mrs. Ares cottage. never known before. Just now you are anxious to know what fashion's latest mandates are in: Ladies' Coats Ladies1 Coat Suits So let this announcement be your invitation, to come and see our first arrivals. They will speak for the correct wear for this fall. Further shipments will be received right along, also every kind of Ready-to-wear for every member of the family. 'But come and see the first; it will help,you plan your fall purchasing ideas. Come Soon and Often I A!fciiames Bush. Withers of Macon wereintywntues Mr. L. S, Gay is out ot ton on; . ; r,tn r.m,(.i business trip. v . 'MTHHrfitrtj.the Beacon will lht. ti,iv() ' l)Ut. S t V M Pi.rw bas irft tirtied' .-i)ft',foHifc, tW n1l''unfement of Mr. ... ,-, ,i,;.,.0 ,, i t ;; ... v.,.r t.iiri.nia Mr. aiwl M 'f fr5vKri as :'a:' 'candidate for the .. , .,i mill a i.iv " "i ' .jr. ..' Mrs. Allen, in Eienzi.'. I representative ,'tw'lhc lower house of , . -ii i . ., the leeislalkre. .to fill the vacancy The school here will open Monday lne ' :t . . , ' 11 . . . .. . i :.' caused bv . The resignation of the Vn. h A Urirf K T.I f llllll lILP IS A V MR. OT.YUNE ANNOl'NCKS petted. Opening of School , Macon Gra.ld High School will open on the Uth of SepU'mber. Due. to the fact that there will be sever-1 al new teachers in the faculty th.i'sj year it will be better if each child will have his or her report card with, him. I -Besides having several new faces: on Faculty there will be some changes in the Hign scnool i.urri-i etllum. Domestic. Science has been yr gwann nt8 to Know discontinued for two yei-.is, I hi? . was done in order to bring it about the third and foumh year High K..ii,.i litmli-ntx would take this t.hrl.'R TlinsTnore Mr.. O'Byrne-.fs well known to the voters of Noxubee county as he is a citizen of a yreat many years siiiding and has .1 p.Vseil iel the county, in the 'legislature and made a record of. which his friends are proud. Tieim a man of mobitv and honor Mr. O'Byrnes claims for the office j for:' which he aspires will no doubt1 reccivv full consideration by the "Bluntly qualified electors of the county by, both men and women. wifi- on ii-error, stole', second and scored ..n Smith's sin.-. I'arr.ts struck out and NichoIs) flied out to left field. Macon v&n the ball game in the 'seventh inip.'ig. Stt-ph- ingled Hare tiled olit to center Smith bit Cockivll. Slfeh'od S!ll'.'i- ...I . i.-i Sti'nhens. .'f 'lilet siiis'!- ,d filling the bases. JVty fouled j n1 to the catcher' hut fc-'Ast slapped! one. down the first bi.J' line for, three bags cl.i m.ing tlif; !ases. How- , a rd singled scoring Pr.st. Colli!)-, ton waikvd ' but. hepb.J lied out, to left 'field. The "locals addcT 'an i other in the ninth when with two gone I'ropst tripled to center field and scored on. a single by Howard.' ,,iinil..,l nut to short lor. Scooba threai.ened to tie things up in the nintn tnu. h,.ir,l tiehtened down and struck out Barnes for the last out. but not until Scooba had score two. i This was Scooba fourth defeat out : of twenty six games but not nvr lust as it proved to be the next Tiles day. i Scores h Innings Macon ' " 2 0 0 0' 0 5 0 1 ; SCooba 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 2, MaCon.Mis: LOCALS SWA Ml SCOUR A SF.CUNI) VICTOKY IN Sintth Tab's W4ill.il,jing course. Two years ocience w o offered, General Science and Biology This will make it possible for those who do not take motv than two years Language to secure the nec issarv unifs t'Vr graduation. Gen. Science will be offered in first two years and Biology in last two years. Students and parents anu menus are invited to present at the open ing, at 9 o'clock Sept. 12 and then the routine of enrollment and class ification will follow. TEACH KRS EXAMINATIONS. The regular county teachers ex aminations will he held at the court house for white teachers and at the colored school building in Macon for the colored teachers on the followinK dates: For whites, September 1, 2. and 3 and September id, J anu Air. Allie Swaiin, President of the Board of Supervises, wants some pubic expression from the people of t,ne,',eojmty aV to their wishes and upinioh.'i'n,.'1(he matter of the super visors appropriating money for a trained nurse to carry on the work of the Health I'nit. ' Mr. Swann's own opinion is that it is a good thing, but that the monev beinc the neolile's money they should be heard from before, snen.lin.r it in this way. He wants to I. now h..w the people of the coun ty feel about it. ( Now the mat ter will be present- j ed to the supervisors next ednos Tie fans who attended the "Hit. and Run Parly" that the locals gave Mr. Clyde Smith here last Tuesday! afternoorK came away In lieving that saying "that every (rood man has an off day", for the Mncon team swati-! cd the invencibk' Clyde's balls all over the lot and gave the S.oooa team a good drubbing by the over- whelming score if 11 to 1. ( Had not the game been culled in the fifth on account of rain there is no telling how many si-.m s the li,als would have run up. Hull,! Compton and Sherrod each shippe d j out a home run and Cockrell knock ed a triple. Joe Cntz. sl.r third j baseman in the State legue gets j credit for the only run lhat the vis itors made ot Mierrou, oy mhri... ..ut a home run in the tirst inning .ball .Smith piUheil to exrilir for a; home run. ,Oneal singled Land ; .sacrificed h'm to second. Smith ' then walked Propst to get to Comp-; ton who :greeietl him with another homerun. Patty doubled and scor- ed on Cock nil's single. Cockrell worked his way around to third on; errors arjd stored on a fl.v hall. In ' fourth Hall led off with a single. Cneal followed suit. Land doubled i ' Hall scoring but Oiteil was thrown out at the'pbte. Proiist and Com'-' pton grounded out to short. To begin the fifth Patty struck out hut Cockivll again fooled the now; muek Clyde by liivi'g olio oi't to right field for three bags. Hare got; safe on a error. Sherrod then ', dashed n line drive to left field for. a home run. Hall grounded out to second and Cm a) wiffed at three i fast ones to end the gv.me. ..Store by lnningr K.H.E. I Scooba .- 1 0' 0 0 II i-l 32 ! Macon 6 0 0 .2 3-11 9 2, Umpim es. Patty and Gua. j MACON LOSE TO I.Ol' 18V I I.I.Hi '1 iK.'. nnorest nlard came of the stws..n the locals lost to Louisville last Wednesday scor 6-3. Thf lihly , feature of the gf'.me wtis a running, catch made by the Louisville lilt fielder who robbed Sherrod of. a home run. Hill twirled good ball for Macon but received poor slip port. His batting accounted for' all the runs the locals stored. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 1 am' buying Cotton seed for the Refuse Cot ton OY, Co. of Columbus, Miss!, and Vi!l pay the very highest price for seed. 1 am located at, the de pot, with office, phone and varehoi.)? furnished me by the above company. In connection with the above 1 will handle car lots and will seel all kinds of feed stuff Cotton Meal and Hulls, Com, Oats, Wheat, Shortk, Corn Hearts, Com Feed Meal, M'ed Feed for horses and dairy cows. As all my overhead expenses are paid, ,as men tioned above, I will be in a position to make very close prices on all of the above seed stuff. Soliciting a share of of your business, I am Phone 173 Very truly, CLEVER. HtiOOKSVU.l.K I H ALLEN CHS MACON I 'I. anil ! anu ai'in."""' "' m. i 17 Km. coloiVd, September 8, 7 and jn before the board of Sup.-rvisoi T , ,,o i hi Ti,J , , ....... c...t ni, nn,.. hv d to the supervisors next V. ednos-. , f (h(, lay morning, this gives the people ' 1 wh wj,h thl,.ei plenty of time to see or write their oul Oneal made a ll.rticular supervisor or to see m n, , f, an,i aned' u h..l. boav.l in session, running cat.h ot a '" . inv I- ..r ,.l.,v oneal w nan Peonie who aVe mt.irested ""T This was the only time th. for or acainst tne measine m.-u,.. - .u...,l express their opinion either l.y let-1 vls.Coi's thn at.ud r-' 1 . . 1 1-, ,i . limine. I.,.... t,i.ui..n iw .V Hill.)1 1 1 - . 1 o i"- ii-i, piivau' nini .v.. ... ..,x--- to score a ft. 10 and September 22 23 and "24. The evaminaliims will begin each week end on Thursday at 1 o'clock p. m. Those who expect to apply for sec ond or third grade license meed not report until Friday morning at 8:"l Anolicants must be on time. J. G. CHANDLER, County Superintendent. Mooelette for Sale Scooba scored in the first inning Wednesday Sept. 7th. 1 hey nave " " shl,rr0(h hnl;s every right to express their opinion ; shipped one of Sh, -r 1 h about this important matter. , d f(. lh(. ! r Supcfrvisors Know no . . fu.th. My Mobelette car is for sale. In pood order, extra tires, tubes tU. First. $100 gets it. A. F. GOODRICH Macol', Mtss. ymi feel toward the county Norse proposition. For Sale a SmM'fice M b.ad throbred Shorthorn cows, "heifers, bulls and calves. 20 head nearly purr-hred nn- horn heifers. . . 20 head nearly pure-bred bhort. I,... vafti'tincr steers. " - -. t i" n XT last. out. In the lunn, v.n... robbed Scooba of her one big oppoi tunlty. Nich.-lsoii singled, Sheirod ii. .',.! Thurston Hopper singled wii iruii - .... , -i filling the bases. With two strikes on him. Raines hit a long fly Le tween left and oviitcr field. Oneal made a great running catch made a perfect p. to third, and Hull then threw to Propst at Second for the third out To Macon HallTeiuii and Mimm 1 i. I The Frooksville Base Hall Team chtillenges the Macon Ball Team to n series of three or five games, one game to be fiayed in .Macon, one in Broolisville and the other to be de cided by the two teams, i R.-uoksvilVe will vflay Urooksvil'le Buvs, Macon to play Macon Boys. Winner will take cither 10-r0, uU-oO,; or winner take al'. Besides this we' will put up a puso, the winner to; take this. j Maom' cry will be, that tlvy have not. a full team, but that won't work, because here is a list of play ers, all of th'-m good,- Sherrod. Hill. Cockrell, Fafty, Dent, layior, Martin, Lucas, Harper and (i".v. These are all home boys and Brooks ville will play home Hoys. Now what, do yeu say? If you !,v "Snaky" ciawl. or in the lang uage of the long ago, "Put up or shut up." Yours very truly JOHN PKNN1X, Mgr. PICTURE SHOW Pictures Each Night at 8.15 o'ck-iV No Pictures Till Thursday. THURSDAY NIGHT The Metro Feature, "THE CHOliOt S ClliL'S ROMANCE Featuring Viola Dana and A Christie Comedy, "MON h E V SH IN ES" FRIDAY NIGHT Thursday's Piogrum Repeated. SATURDAY NIGHT The I'athe Play "HALF A CHANCE" and A Phaihe Review Card of Thanks NOTICE! t makt our own ICE CREAM ith Pasteurized Cream and M.Ik'. All spoons, glasses sau cers, etc, are dipped in hot water after washing. Only 10c (and tax) for plain creams and 15c for straw berry, nut, cherry and pineapple sundaes. MURPHEYS-DRUG STORE JNO. A. MOORE, 'Vcon wcd up the game in the Hay for Sale 100 tons Bermuda grass hay. RUDOLPH ni.EHL, Prairie Point, Mias. We wish to thank each and all of our friends anil neighbors for their many acts of kindness and tender words oi sympathy .luring tne ill ness and death of our foil and broth er, Richard, and to ex,m,?s our ap preciation for the floial offerings. MR. & MRS. .1. E. ROBB1NS, family . (Goals for Sale "40 head of tfoats for sale at a 1 hargin. !barfn. C. P. RUSSELL ' Hafihutavtlle, Miss JERSEYS FOR SALE Ten high grade Jersey cows, good producers, all tuberculin tested and bred to a grandson of old Eminent, sire of hH tested daughters, he him self from a r.'gisl. r of merit, dam. On account of inbreeding will also sell hull. W. MURRAY ROGERS. R. 2. Macon, Miss. FOR S4I.E Good grade tow, fresh in milk at .batifRin. E. T. GROGE.