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9C irfci p:;r th -. dou'i. W IT. it Ml! Ta.u was th , Ii ,:ii,' me rf i I att.i I in .il the that pre-war ill" American curreiw ,. i- " .-our ,-r.:.-. W'h't. t' llfV low K".'"1 la- o:ii' tent, Wail s took stm k "f th ' marks that has beea '. mj way down an i ; i v I re reaches intij the millions A simruiar feature of tkj whole affair is that never has th.-re- been a scarcity of marks, many thousands comimr fresh from the pr.nt:n press . ... r- .... D ... , o. I . . , .. . i . 1)1 tne new uenuaii ti. j I le. m lie I house in the financial i s'; it alone has disposed of $1,000,000 worth of marks. Stores were oien.',l in var . l-ii : i' ..": :m:n'. ut ' a' .i tiiivsiea! com :;tiv w u 1 . 1 pr )iiji :h:ir, wouM establish T tiaa-t-'h.r : . , :l'; ,,. , s eiua ... A.; j if a nan v to ke ; a !( ,a i .'. . , t v-'ar that sirroo view of wear fort he et:j iv-'l. ly be no season a ilecisive ciu-'m ot favor. And if there were any uch, !r. vouli almost certainly not he sprtcir. People a.re generully governed in their likes ur dislikes of the 'seasons the extremes ra'nr than hv the average of weather displayed. Per sons of cheerful and optimistic spirit are likely to remember a season hv 11 'I i.. ) o in, VI l.3t ur Hra it i: W hut a r An,-u-i.t .1? il. T'lij CV. - I. lous Cities oi uie uiu.eu c,u.'.. s0n- ;f1 0i,;ni. ,).,. .,ti,., tu i, stormy ones; ami persons wno are ly to deal in "foreijn exchange" and there' is ni way f arriving at the losses, which must run into the many millions. As a surcease to the unf ortunate, it 's now being suu'ested they use the.jr depreciated marks to purchase German municipal bonds which back ed by real estate and a direct tax on German workers, may rise and that increment be at. least equal to if not greater than the shrinkage in the foreign value of the German cur rency. Foreign money is indeed a poor investment for American wealth, and the tragedy is that persons actually sold their Liberty Bonds to g-ft ca'ih to buy marks. - Another story is being a i ied to the Treasury by common c.o!i.- nt Washington's most imposing public building. The historic landmark, vintage of 1839, long since ceased to be adequate for the needs of Uncle Sam's exchequer. Our national fin ancial operations have mu'ltipli.-d a thousandfold since Levy' Woodbury, Secretary of the Treasury m Martin Van Buren'g Adminstration, built the Corinthian-columned structure opposite the White House. Perhaps , cumstances of their it is suggested, Mr. M !'. m mwds 1 Kxchaiiffe. nwn for that h'f of t he I No matter now gomi 1,1V pM sunnlv now in Ameri. 1 can't do all the work. To reap from en's possisaion. easily altected by adverse circum stances take their strongo.st impres sions of a season from those days when 't is at its worst. By that reasoning it might appear that to such persons all seasons are equally bad, and that to the others all are equally good. But impressions are relative; and anyone who shudders and shivers in cold weather is pretty sure to prefer summer, however hot it may be, and one who really suffers from heat is Ikely to think that win ter is the Ixist time of the year. The law -of compensation that Emerson preached applies in our at titude toward the: seasons. If we did not have foggy and windy and rainy days, we should not appreciate nearly so much as we do sunsh'ne and blue sky and soft breezes. If we never looked out into utter blae&iess of night, with blasts of wind and snow beating against the panes, we should not look up at moon and stars and the silent spaces of the heavens, with quite the same love of the beauty. Even the most wonderful things in nature might grow stale in our eyes if there were no contrast in the re appearance. id the book, K , a in. il,-il.,-. ,,a- I f ,. -siarn it ii,. "iiii'lrrMi m: i,, f r " ,-tle.li.v Arail ptiiiulny, , Pril.-Klv. ZiMilney, Phsics. cl i met, iloy Cnlrulu anil miithi-mutii-.i. Kh,t,,i-iL- and hyilra-tatia. Hoax it in. coax it in. I'hildri'i, h.M.U an, iiollj ul it ii. olub it in. All tiim is f Iparnmi; Punch it in. crunch it in Wiii-nch their childish 'ymrnui ror tin, field and si-assy nook Mraduw unn-n and ripplinit lirook : "rive such wicked thoughts afar lench the children that they ar- ' liut machines u cram it in Bun it in. slam it in. Children 'a heads are hollow. t Scold it in. mold it in. All that they can swallow 1'old it in. hold it in. Still there's more to follow - ,,arr P""'"1"1 "l il and pale ell the same undjiin! tale. lell of moments rohhed from sleep Meals untasted, studies divp lliose wlio've passed the furnace throuuh. With achmit prow wiJI tell to you now. the teachers crammed it in "irnmed it in, jammed it in Pi'tssed ,t i, caressed it in. Kubhed it in clubbed it in Ranii.nl it in and slapped it in, Children's heads are hollow. -Puck. iSradley sweaters j its sowing you must do more than merely read it. .1 The ctmost p caution, says an ex. chanue. is taktn to pi'e.v 'nc itiforma. t ,,n about the crops 1 diking ou The reports are put into a ioked box la me unite n. ' , ,.j " , - , ... , . , . ,-:,lt.re. and the men who make the On the quiet sole street at night men TALK TO THKMSKLVES ( w York is a city of noople with I lotwly souls who talk to themselves. 'imputations are not ctviw wnat states xni aiiowed to working imm.'rseii in aeep suioy, strou aituiK talking aloud. Those wl.o live here Rivers'ile Drive beilch- ,, t tno cviii'i. m 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ;i"iii-ii 11 l i uici, months in advance the S-rn tr.ry ot'jes in the evening are also rilled with itl the s' rangers w nose iqis iiiuiiunc m .n-n. conversation. The boarding house natrons are used to it. But those Agriculture re.lea; 4 ipios t "ie"t to the newspaper r en. who uv waiting each to seize a sheet and run to the telephone, to read off the who come new to the city imagine it va the crop new by telegraph. f. T. SMITH- ad Midland counties. figures to his paper. Then it is tne as some sort oi a inemai i.ii"'v- k of only a few minutes to flash bet. them go, however, ior nays vno- s all over the country ; out talk'ng to any one nnu tney m soon be among the vast armv oi ji.if talkers." Indianapolis Star. Wells, drilled for oil in western i Texas have shown the presence of( Trespass Notice T . . ., L u ...:n tolUt am warned. st potash deposits in tne worm wuii"1") be found fifteen hundred feet below lh,i surface in Crane Ector, Ward: TRI 'STUB'S S,V.K nt Wlssiinni. Vitiitbee 'aii'ilv, of Mtsstsinni. Noyi'bee Pnlintv. virtue of tin ni'ovi.ioTis nf n rertain executed bv Mose TliNon n,t txon. on the SI h diiv of .i'un- onrv. IMI.t tn M RosseM as trustee, to secure to f!cor..o n R,1Ssell. n certain in M'i I'lifis t r f meiitj,i,t l sail,! f -(i Heed lie,nir rccorilerl in trust deed Itool, No. lit. Dnire in the Chunrerv Clerk's of- fico in sni-d cnimtif, T. the; nn, 'rsiLrr7 !. hnvinf been by an ''nstnimenjt of writinir dulv recorded in the Oianc"-v rierk of. fi- of Noxubee County, Mil 'tsipn'f in Tiu.t Heed Monk MS p.-e-e 511). dated Sent, umber 1 (t.h 1 . npnointed as substituted trustee In M l-,l .lA.l 1 .1..-. I aristocrat istend of said Mr. Russell, who deceased. ntid remedied bv snid Oeorife D. l-'.usi.-ll. U'tieficiary to foreclose snjd trust detsl, will. US such substituted trustee, on Friday, the 21st Hay of October. l'!l. Wi,hiti leeal hou rK . in front of the West , . , ,-oor 01 foe wuirr nouse in ttie c itv ol K,tice is hereby given mat vne j Mnc.n. Noxiiiw-r ciountv. Miss., proceed to THE voice OK THK SOUTH I live in a housi; by the ide' of the road Where the cars go whizzing bv W here the trucks speed on in a cloud of dust, And the limousine' purr in "high." I love the many sounds I hear in my busy street each day, As I sit near my window 'sewing scum, And watch'ng out and dray. Hut the pleasantest sounds, thee Autumn days, Is a rumble, heavy and slow That comes from a wagon heaped to the brim With a mass of shining snow. i A load of cotton coming to town I Looks better than corn or hay And the farmer perched on the diiwnv ' heap Is lord of the land today. Then blessed be the mellow harvest time i A'nd bless'ed be the farmer brown,1 Let the voice of the South sing the glad refrain, j "King Cotton is coming to town."! We are Exclusive Agents fnr th" Celebrated Line .' Bradley Siveaters. 1 ; of Rrad Only one. firm can have the swoaters in a town and we were While we stock these sweat, for us to carry every sweater i factory makes, so we have ma special orders for any sweater which we do not carry stock that you may want. ev '-ii to handle this line. tiil it '" impossible -tock that the Bradley arranirments to make in Formerly any individual could order a Bradley sweater by paying the Bradley factory the retail price for same but now you are compelled to order your Bradley sweat er from some Bradley d"a!et Come in and look our line over and then if you do n ' see just what you wain h-t us order this sweater :V you. Don't wait until the cold ueather drives you iiiLt sweater but make your selection early and yet jusi tlv kind sweater you want. , ,. ... erv D Fealh SOT ICE Our store -will .be .dosed Monday, October 3rd. Thursday October 131 It. A. KLAUS & COM PAS Y And the farmer prays as he kneels each night; "Lord, kill the boll weevil, mv foe Let tne price ol cotton iumn high I Marie Don So I ran pay my debts I owe." I view of your - Mildred Sherroil in Birminuhum News. Transcript. ' BOL'DOIK BADINAGE. Edith There is no mr.rr.vinri- or sky ' K'viK' f marriags in Heaven. take sum a nooiess case, dear. Boston President i st2,t" nv The average age of Washington's .Cabinet was less than j nf ,,.,, forty years. Hamilton was thirty-1 wife, Hester nit two. Jefferson foi.y-six, FjandoliV thirty-six, General Knox thirtynine j and Samuel Osgood lorty-one. Life is like the old farm we turn one furrow at a time, and only the man who keeps ploughing is r'ady f ,r the sunset. The mosouito is an s .me of the best blood o; the nun-t'.-y rjns through his veins. Boston Oetolier. 1921. will proceed to equal ize the assessments as shi wn by the veal and personal assessment rolls assessments, may, within such time , "T ehU Ttr present bis objections tnereio in, complainants. writing, which shall be filed with the dlerk of said city, and docked and preserved with said rills. The objections so filed will be heard and determine" at said meet ing, and, after said I assessmeis shall have .been equalized, and said rulls approved, a tax levy will be made according to law. - Ail persons who fail to file objec tions shall be concluded by said as sessments and precluded from ques tioning their validity after approval bv the Mayor anil Board of. Alder- NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS utiee is hereby given that V.uenr nnd Board ()f AldtTmon Ot Ml nt miction tn the hirht hid.W for the City of Macon, Mississippi, nml hl,in(r ,Huntwi in n,,,,,,1 ,.. i!s recular meeting at the Mayor s , Misiiinni, t-wit: office on Tuesday, the 4ht day of j K half nf Northenst. qimrt.or of Seetinn r, 111; i- iii, inir n-iiiM Knimiirs iiiiMic- 'Die propr-rtv mcntion'd therein will be old t satisfy said inilt-httmvs nnd tlio far thp year 1021, and im-rease or Thu S).!lt,,mbpr ii2t. diminishthe valation of any pro- L, T,. marttn pc-rty shown on said rolls. j, Suiitut Tn. Notice is heivby R'iven that any i citation noticf ..rn Wm U .liatififipd With said TUB 8TATK OK MISSISSIPPI I.." , f, nxr ,tnhin ciu-h tinift f The rhnncerv Court of Noxuhw County H:itiTjuerrt HnUard, htHt.. Beirni- Saunders Rulhird Ft al.. defendants.' No 417;i. j To neirne Saunders Rnllard, adult who is' a non-resident of aid State of M ississippi. ! hfs residence and pnpt office address beinir 2d29 Connecticut Avenue, Wash inir Urn, D. j C, and John Saunders Carroll, a minor j i0 yearn of ane, Genevieve Hejrne Carroll, a minor, 17 years of H-re and William , Turner Fauntlerory Carroll, a minor 10 years of at;o, all of Kaid minors beine cit- J izens and resjdent.1 nf the City of Haiti-j more, in the Shite of Maryland, thejr pot office address bein; 11 W. Preston Street. I Haltimore. Maryland. Defendant. ! Wp command you ti be and iinpenr before j the Chancellor of our said Chancery Court j (it a term thereof to be holilen at the Court-J House in the City of Ma cop. jn said conn- j ty of Nuu bet, on the 4th Monday n Oc tober, A. D., 111. then and these to plead.) answer or demur to the original bill in j said eaue wherein you are. defendants, i Witness my b (mature nnd the seal "of snid Court atllxed nt my otliee in City of Macon. Miss., this 21st doy nf September. .JNO. A. TYSON, Clerk, liy HALE, H. Al'tiUSlTS. D. C. CITATION NOTICE j THK STATU Oh" MISSISSIPPI In The Chancery Court of Noxubee County j Anderson Davis, vs. K-sie Davit. -No. 4 IM, 1 To Kssje Davftt. a non-iesjdent of the stat' of Mississippi, but a resident of City of St. Louis and State of Mcx.. and whme street ' address is 222" Randolph Street jn said city, j We command you to be and appear before the Chancellor of iur said Chancery Court j at a term thereof to be holden at the Court- House, in the City pf Macon, in said count; i of Noxubee, on the 4th Monday in Oculari A. D., ltf-il, then and there to plead, answer! or demur to the Original Hjl and Amend-; ed Hill in sajd cause wherein you are tie-1 fe'ndnnt. ft 1 Witness my fdjrnnUire and the eai of ' said Court affixed at tut offje in City of Macon. Miss., thi 2') day nf SeM. i'.tl. .!NO. A. TYSON. Clerk. By Kate li, Auttiistus, D. C. notick To ko n con nt vi S..T,, K r,, ; .fJ tlj.,. . ,.rli..t. .f S'h.n A; lj:..:i, Ait.M-ii.-v. :u 1 - ' t'.,..t.t. Oct. LV. llt-i. at - P. M- 1 , ' , ' :" ' Kuc cm. ::!! !Tie nm rt.;.- of iuli'-s-- r"..-t " ' '"' l'r'- r v. .'M:v I'lmnn a' Mcl...d C-.-r-'l ai.d .-it!" m a- ' ' " "- '!'- I'M, Mart.fi Cht.pe1 m ra.d Dtrirl ; '" ' '- 'Hi: . Pla - a.vi MvtMi-iMi are .,n ti!" at t.h.- 1 " 1 -- ( k .,f . , ,: r..,i.tv ,f nffire nf SU'.iil' " Hii-h A'tn: . . Tile Cmmif's ,i-)i',e: -i reer tr, Jvi ti! ' ' ,; 'r'' r :t i rn ; .i . ; rei.vt ar:v or al! bi. " 'l ' ;" '" " V "; '' ' ' ' ' I ' '-l Ca,h or cerli-nl cheeks for jf.Vi nf..t :v . " ' . . , ' ' ' . " " ; ' company -nch bid. v, . - , , .. '" "' ' l'r w. it. m-n.nt. " " ' h " !.- .1 E. IlirrHKHON :"' " "'"ft- ' ;. , nnd K. li. -! i!N ' - ' '' ' '-i it.- - CCwnnwitiiim l't -s" ' . . , ' !'::Ri; : . ."' K-'- . w ,r 8 Md'l-' K (11- TKT!T; By onliT of the Mnyor ami rionril i)1- Aldormen, this Kith day of Sept, 121. J ,T. SCOTT. City Ck'ik. AT STIJU Tho EnUsh setter dK, Bofjiiess's M Mi.nt.v No. ,W;i.TJ F. D. S. B. Cil,-r White. Black, Tan and Ticked. There is not a better eovey doc Ik;tii'.' II. , is very wide, fast und good fr seven dnys fiieh week. Fee $25.00 or ijuupy proposition fi'im approved liil'hes. liitih will he well cared f,ir. S. BOGGESS, Macon, Miss. Rol'iinp; Fork Kennels. Your T. Trespass Totice '!Ve Rockhill plaee, 12 miles east iif Macon is posted nnd all parties ar warned nut to hunt or otlwr wi'e trespass on Mime. O. P. DUNLAP ST AT KM KM' t MERCHANTS & FARMERS BANK MACON, MISSISSIPPI ,. (Including Sliuqualak Branch Bank) Condensed from report to State Banking Department on call of September tJih, l'j:M. lllllilillWIS, KESOl'KC'ES Loans & DiseViunls 0 v'erd rafts . .. n -- Banking Houses (Two)..-'----- Furniture nd Fixtures Bonds Loaned - Stock Federal International Banking Company State Guaranty Fund Demand Loans Loans secured by warehouse receipts for cotton Municipal Bonds and Varrants Cash and due from other Banks fi!i'.,,470.;;j 5-17. 87 9,:ii:3.77 ij.ll'JO.OS 1 4ii,4."i0. OU ,,Si.nl. 0o i.eOO.OO ... 'Mi,rr..v: li:f,iMi4.'.i." ... 2S,228.:M . liVj,:ii,S.'il- :;0),Ui7.6: I.IABII, Capital Surplus (Earned) Undivided Profits Dividends Unpaid Deposits subject to die Time Deposits . Bonds Borrowed 75,1100, (In ('OOO.OO 1!Mi:s,J0 40. Oil k $;W:"l,ll7'J.Sl . 2k;,U'1..v; :,!'S,fnu.,'i' i i!vi:i).r,i) ?'0S.Ii;7.fi: Jlore than thirty years of strict adherence to sound hankine pvin c:ples has enabled us to protect our depositors at al! times and under all conditions, and to furnish exceptional facilities to worthy custom ers on most liberal terms. DIRECTORS J. F. R. I.. K. B. c. s. AMES, ANDERSON. BOYD, FIELD, N. U. HARRISON'. J. G. HORTOX, J, L. KLAUS, T. W. MADISON', F. V. YATES GEO. D. RUSSELL. XOTl'-K TP i'OY: 1' S 4I.-.J l.lil.- V, ,:, or :.ci'..i.. - i. in .M -1 ; , 1 1 m in te i.ftw :' S:r.-t:c ,v g-Jrtai'.nir w.th sand and mile of !''-;i -I n tin- Siw .i'mnervilu u ll.i0 ,.u. Ho tp,' P -i on . j r, i, . fr ' one and be- SM- Stvr.i & Bu-li. A-niissiorii-rs The 'r.n', -r v end r i,t . i'.'i'd i! his l'i,! Comm ,t,aK i.te:" and e;;:ce oi tile Com- ':.: ri-ii to :i ; 1 1 il ! i L of to 1". '1 oner ly an, i V.'. .! .1. II J. A. iniiitisMun r uht ail bid-. hupp i;n LIPSCOMB HELL, 'VS Of l-OlU( 4. NOTICE TO UKFITroKS Tin- Es;;.ie of IV R idk ;n t tit Ciur-'erY (',,i;'i bee CmiltV. Mis;.-sirp'.. i. ."tors o! a.ttnm:.: estate I'.av i been l::e 27 Aumw L'-l. erai.!e,i to ii,. s'.:aed ly .MH A. TYSo, 'Ci v CI, rk of saai I'-iiiii- ,.f bee. A!! p"i- s.iai esl.r, r'-"!':H":l ti-,1 ni..t...v,; by said ( o-iK within six mouths fri-m tins ihile ciit" 0f f.rt puis.eiitum of this noliee to cveditors.l A failure for si months to pro "in I ve -isto: any eiaan will Nir tile .'liie. .1X0. W. Y11.I,S -A ,im r. of s:.:d Keal. This 8 'kiy of Seni. I'lL'U liavitrr ' reoilire ceased Ni.KU- 0 4li',2. 01 said ':y f sirainst to hav, Medb'iii--rv ),;.",.-, l.ad.v fho sinru of ,"' Sl'l'ak to VOII. IU'V'T -i':i!M