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ARE YOU IN DOUBT
1 - 1 ABOUT YOUR 1 - I Christmas Gifts? : let US HELP YOU Shop early and avoid the rush at the last minute. A few of our special offerings arc: New Sweaters. Nice line of Ladies' Purses. Silk Hose and also Half Hose. Serpentine Crepe for Kimonas. Linen and Japanese Luncheon Sets. ' Men's and boy's ties in Xmas boxes. Nice line popular priced suit cases. Beautiful line Silk Jersey Underskirts. New Waists in Ponjree, Crept de Chine, etc. Best line Boudouir slippers we have ever carried. Linen for napkins, luncheon sets, pillow cases, etc. Handkerchief Linen. A -lovely line of the Phillipine Hand Embroidered Underwear. Any one of the above will make a very suitable and acceptable gife iilllllliilllililililillillinlll I it in t iht 1 urrk tr d II' -tnirt ptm lt'.ipii!iii jllir Personal Vein i e,s i CHURCHES n. Su; 1r l.lYS X WALTER B. PATTY W. K. Stoke, Jr., is at hum, Milsaps for ihc Christmas ho Mr. Kilwin .Martin if Memphis is with tin- home "Iks l'r tin- hliiay. .Miss (".;! In-iine Cheatham of ihe , -M. S. C. V. is at home ',,r the holi days. Mr. W. L. Slierriiil was quit-' ill iseviral days this' week, hut is out again. ; .Mrs. Edna Spossard is spending the i holidays with her daughter, Mrs. Base, im (.'ox. Rev. J. F. Brock will upend next week in Cuha, Ala. with the parens ef Mrs. Brock. Mr. It.ilph Jaekson of Columbus, Ark. is sjn ncjinjf the Christmas holi days with hi. me folks. Miss Lula Crigirs of Memphis will he the guest, few davs next week of Mrs. Ed. B. Owens. " Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Branu- left today for a week's visit to their son, Mr. Ellis Drame, of Jaekson. Nelson Sherrod, who is in his sen ior year as a law student at Yandei1 liilt, is at home for the holidays. Mr. atvl Mrs. J. I!. Elkin have iust returned from a visit to their (laught-j or, .Airs. Seawright, in the delta. Mr. and Mr-. 11. II. Hanson, and Mesnes E. T. George and E. Q Withers spent Tuesday in Columbus, Misses Eleamir Shannon and Danelli lates, students at Snpliie-Newi-oml) in N. ()., are at home for the holidays. lav Methodic. Sunday School j(j "A hue Chi-is:m.-s" W. "d. LamLer-Pre.s.-hiwr at 11 a. m. f-.il.jwt: "Tht- (,ift of a S Christmas Cantaia at 7 p. hy the Lyric Chili. Prayer meeting ev-i v V eve-vrg' a 7 p. m. You are invited to all services, S. II. CAE KEY, raster. Episenpu! Church Holy Communion and Sermon on ' Christmas Morning- at 11 a. m. hy the Rev. Ru Eose Murphy, Minister. : 1 irsl I'resby terian. I ?alhr.th School a 9:43 a. in. I Preaching- at 11, a. m. I There will he a beautiful program I of Christmas music rendered at the morning Service. There will he solos, quartettes, and choureses. '; I'ulilic invited. ! A beaut if til Christmas Pageant will he rendered this eve, at in I'res- beterkin church. ' It is n Prophesy and it fulfillment. I The Public is invited, j liaptist. There will be no preaching at the Baptist church, Sunday. Sunday School at 11 oYloc!;. Prayer Meeting Wednesday nieltt at 7 o'clock. Macon Woman Honored ' The Hattiesburg American told last week of an elaborate function that i was held in that city, in honor of its a six music;:! eomno-ers who are vun- nir notice in the world of music. On this occasion, Mrs. Frances Minor A.li. Celieral E. . Scales a.i.l fami. ! Crymes, Who has composed and set ly arrived lo-i!av to social the holi- " music, a number day season with Mr. and iUrs ili ' was gu.e Scales. of very beautiful -t of honor and several of her numbers were given. we are going to sell everything we handle in uraitiire and stoves on the Installment Plan Small payment down-the balance monthly. This will enable you to own that NICE SUIT OF FURNITURE or that GOOD STOVE you have wanted, j Come and See Us, ! i i Hullinsfldw.5 Furniture! ! Macon, Mississippi, Jesse Cray- who is a stud- r.t in the Pentistry department of Tula no Uni versity, New Orleans, is at home. Mr. Feather-ton I'mmlass, who is a student at the University of Missis sippi arrived Thursday, to spend the holidays with home folks. Emmet; 0'!!yn:e v.h.t iu.s. !.i en a Commercial traveler in California since the war, with headquarters in Sap. Kranciseo, is srioiiding the holidays -ti Mr. and Mr with his norm- M. O'Byine. Mrs. Julia M. llrown has sold the Noxubee Grocery Store to Mr. .1. C. long of Wot Point. All churns, against the above company- properly prover will be paid by Mrs. Ju'.iia Id. Brown, West Point. Miss. TO CLOSE MONDAY, DEC. 26 It has been the c-j.-.tom when Christ mas falls on Sunday, (as it does this year) for the stores to close on Mon day, the day after Christmas and in order to let the public knew that our stores will be closed on this day, we the undersigned Merchants hereby agree to close on Monday, December 2(ith, 1021, and this notice To appear in this week's issue of the Beaton. City Pressing Clubll. J, Campbell W. M. LambersonM. & F. Bank C. D Featherston Bank of Macon W. B. Patty C. L. Ilenrich E. J. Hulhard Tug Saving Store Patty Dry Good Co A. Klaus & Co. Littles Drug Store L. V. Holberg Mullins lldw. Co.T. W. Crigler Shelton Cash Store H. M. .lores Nox. (iro. Co. City Market W. P. Chanoelor J. L. Harris K. V. Maury Joiys Bros. Mrs. Tom A. Tyson llorton Motor Car Co. Offices of al ounty officers will be closed, Monday December 2oth. Drug Store's and Soda Fountains, to agree among themselves as to how they shall do about closing. Hr'than's May at the liapt:st Church A rarely imjfiviv.', servke w: s held at the i-'.ar.list church l::-t.ihin-day morning, when the entire Sunday feh.xi! ii ined in a niovtmi ot t- orin,; more Christmas cheer tu the ehildleli I in Hie iliurch orphan's home. ; 1' ! iiuctoi'v to the presi nt'.'.tion of i the guts that were brought as offer-. ilifis to he later sent to the Home the Sunday school class of Mrs. W. i W. Shannon, gave the never-to-grow- ;old story of the birth of the Chiist Child as recorded in Luke, after which ! Mrs. Douglass Rhymes repeated the same story, re-told from the Bible history, and during her recital, which was declared beyond comif.ro, the stillness of death reigned in the j I church, where the real presence of ; II im whose birth-story was being told was felt. Little Miss Lucile Rhymes added much to the grace and tharm of the occasion with a sweetly sung lullaby, and then the real, breath-taking time commencedSanta Claus with his em pty pack came and asked to be al lowed to deliver the presents to the little orphans, along with those he had for them himself. There were so many gifts, that Santa had to emp ty his pack, and take a new start lie fore all of the stockings had been given in. The day was a btinrt-r day all around, for out of 116 members on the Sunday school roll, 86 were present, and SKI stockings were contributed to the cause. The box was valued at more than $100. Wannamaker Cotton seed for sale at Noxubee Grocery. For Sale 25 pure Rhode Island Fed pullets for sale at $1.00 each, a few nice CVk -.-.: : f.1.50 each. WItS. JOHN B1NION McLeod, Miss. Mis. Delia Detipree ar:I Mrs. Nan nie Moore will spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. J. S. Cavett at i Son-bilK'. ! ' .Mr. A. D. Hicklo has sold bis hand- ! S'-me country home on the Columbus' road, and will move with his family , to Mi mphis. Rol.y Bush is at home from Mil saps to spend Christmas with the 1. 'me folk :r;. to have two .uiorious ' weeks of huot'nt;. ' The yoi:n;.-e .ho-hf ., f ?fr. -md Mrs. M. E. Ibrris has been s-riou.ly ' id will) pi isim:;a, but is r.ow rn- j sklcri d out of da nj-er. i i " ! I Mr. S' tm Pant tVkre'l. who has 1 '' -:i in the real esf' le bsin'ss in ! Nshvijie, Tenn , for several moiehs ; is t-f h-;r.e for fx- hohdays. ' '' j Mr. and Mrs, A. I. Veddi;ertMM and Mr. am! Mrs . Ii. (;-,. idci- ( han i ' the eut -s m-vt v rc; ei j Mr. E. 'i'. (leov'. e and family. I Mr. and -Mrs. Uvereii Hunter of I Pichcr, Oi;1. wiil arrive Thuiv' iy to If-eid the holiday:', with the I'o r':; ; parents, Mr. aad Mrs. M. M. Ikntvv. D'phlh'.ria has had ami'. her of its spiisriiodie breakinjisotii in town tins j week. The chjldn n of Mil. J. . ' Ciuiiiecllor at the d"po! li-.-ing the ; victims. i Mrs. Mary Sounders left Tuesday for Stai!;;lle. From the -e, she will : go to M vjiphis with her dau.h'.'.-r, I ."'It's. yVijl Guiin, wil l w'll undeigoi an oper.ition. ' j Mr. Don Zepernicl;, a form' r Nox- , tihec county hoy, now traveling sales j man,, with hendiii;.rt"rs at New Or- I leans, is visiting friends and 'rc'a- ' tives in the county. I Mrs. Minor Ames left Sue la morn ing to jliin Mr. Ames, who is now .in Chattanooga. Their mrny friends in -Vfeoti wiil regret to born that they will make Chattanooga their home. .. Mis. Brar, Ion .Grey, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. T. S. Boggess for the past seviral weeks, has re turned to h. r home in Arkansas. Mrs. Bosses aeconip 'nying her to Meri dian, Mi'. Biiyv Fikin, who is now in th' V. S. rv-y is en his way h..me fiori a ;,'; to tiennaov. He .vsll land in a iV.v !:--, P.-. 1 wiil fe yi'h his paw,'. M ". and Mrs. J. B. Eikin for the holiihiys. T! " i st-...-itr-r 'iii' i u!ir-rr -nt h:i- jied I " '"i ceivi d : M r. A. Haikins annoome t thiir da-ii;hter. I'dvina llarl.ins, .'i IVr-mbcr Thousand Nine Hundicd One. Mr. George Gousct wiil move his family to his farm between and Brooksville, the first of the liis home one mile north of Macon, that he wiil vacate in moving, will be occupied by Mr. A. Gilmore and family. Drs. Hill and Withers were called to the Prairie Point neighborhood to attend to little five year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F red Miner, living on the John R. CocKrell .place, who had had an arm shattered by the kick from a Shetland pony. Mr. Frank Canady ,of Warren, Ind. who formerly owned the Eiland place two miles southeast of Macon, was in town a few days this week, He says farming conditions irj his sec tion were very bad this season, as they first -suffered from too much rain and then a drouth; but the worst of all was the fall in price of corn and cattle. Misses Helen Carleton, Julia Stokes ard Mattie Belle Boswell are at home from the M. S. C. W. for the holidays. These young ladies feel a justifiable pride in their college, now that it has beep raiseil to a standing among the colleges of the South that are "A" in rank. The Randolph Macon of LynchUyrg, Sophie Newcomb of New Orleans and Angres Scott at Gainsville (ia have so farbecntheonly colleges for womeri in the south to hold this rank, and now the M. S. C. W. stands along-side as a fourth. Mr. J. L. Hubbard is with the home folks for the Christmas season. Mr. Charles Strong is in Moiilgom Cy. on lo; "a 1 I'l'.-iaess this week. MiR Gladys McCTv-l of Union City will visit friends in Maron n xt we-'k. Miss M. S. ( days! Dr. M'.tri'koj wee!., and ,s in, West Point. Mr. Xobon ooUore studio -spend Ckristmi P. ibby Pier, 1'oiversitv of f r the holidays. .Irs. St.'-.-, .' ' .n be tin' toie.-t iir ' of hi r ,!;ojv.h'"r, V". Il'v.'n S:o : v. dl ari'ivi Visit t:) his v A ntoinette Boswell of the W. is at home for the holi- has been b- ell with ho ell this family ineiL! horn the .' t o Ala sunlent a is at home olid;- Te-." . days Srriit Mi of T..: '.;.! i.h out the Mrs. Ni 'so- S.nd v. o-o;i (.f Da'lv-So.o-'av ii, r a f- :on Wb.ilman I). a,t v ri..... .iumi - hi g'r s. kith hi r thre vil! h" with Mrs. s' Tiarents. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. ni'fstoii, through out the holidoys, ; bss Mary l.oa:.- Camholl, delimit- of Rev. and Mis. K. L. (an'.oiiell sp'-nding the ("hri.-.tm'i's holidays j t h 1'Oreals. She is' in her j iii'iini !" Year at Beihaven Colh ,:e, kson Miss. i CI: h-ho'd eli'M-s s holidays, b - have be Christmas 'c done arti mas Work Schoal to-ilay for the Christ The chi'dien of th" n fill's! with the spirit or unite, a whiie, end ' ie decorat leg of th.eir chord rooms, many of 'them showing el tal'-nt in making and arranging orraments of decoiMion. The grad- s under Mrs. Carleton, and Mrs. Mooiv have all made calendars to give as presents and this", displayed around the walls of th"ir looms add nnr h to the decorative scheme. Such ilivc r sion a (hi makes school life less like d m.l .rery to the child, and causes him to feel that he is personality, and has a nhic in th" si hi mo of events. r Christmas ServUvs at the Methodi-t :-uno ii o- M- ti,-- !;s: 1: .-i-" " hi'e !-v S-'ho)' 1: .1. neoi 1 V :-no ( hi'simos our on C mem'-er nr 1 Mrs. !' !e birth of Marcelbn.' loili, One and Twenty . witn dac-iii year. r -i'mas : -rn.n . ! member i in" rcheid w;H take ;u pr'.'se'-.t, d'.l. tip in white wrapping, and place it a! an offe'rirg to a worthy cause, in j the manger bed. After tlnse iii'f-.-r-iiii'S arc mad.', a Christmas cantata j will be presented by the junior m. m- j hers of the school. This is a well pr. pared program and promis.es to he impressive and inspiring. A full at- J tendance is hoped for at this hour, j The Young People's Missionary So ciety met with Mrs. Lamberson, Mon dav afternoon Dec. 39. Elide reading, Lune 2:8-20 verse, by Shadie Smith. Prayer for Mis sionaries by Mrs. Lamberson. Re) ding: "Left We I-cp-got !by Mary E. Cavett. Reading: "Christmas Once Is Christ mas Still" by Hallie Lee Swann. Election of offioers resulted as follows: Shadie Smith, President. Mary D. Cockrel, Vice President, Mary Sue Stokes, Recording Sec. Mary E. Cavett, Corresponding S'.c. Willene Jackson, Treasurer. Elenor Harkins. Supt. of Social ser. Vebima Lever, Supt. study and Publi city. Delightful refreshments were served at the close of the meeting.. I NOTICE, v 7V. I" n I. !.... j, . (-si) '"(' "".in t.'urj liuiing i tie utnter 'Wt numths, substantial reductions have Imn mode Ciciv '" l(lf)or chnrgt, and the following prices will prevail until further notice These prices are for 02) labor only, and does not include nuitti int.. .These ((flk prices are on Fords only. ... MOTOR DIMSIO.X Ovei'haul Motor and Transmission (Rebore T(Mn nl rt-bfibbit if n-ce.s.arv) ?20 00 O&Jl 0vei'haul Iut01' only di-'bore and rebabbit Mrc H nt'eessary ) 15 00 Zf) Ovorhaul Jlotor or Roplace Matrm-tol Install Set of Pistons or Rins and tighten all connecting rods " .jfio vSU4 Titrhtcn One Ci nine, etin o- TNul IV 1 V r ( nan P-. i-..n r,. J -n,.:., .1 i,l.. . Rcline Transmission ( St n ,(.-. r T. T--t-., i an Wf Lk'an Uil L!lle 2.50 REAR SYSTEM MYISIOS CwJpj.il Overhaul Rear System 4 r;o W1 'Plate Drive Shaft or Drive Shaft Housing :?M wi Kt'Placo veur springs or new leaves ' 2 50 FRO.X T S YS TEM IM "ISOX Overhaul front axle, including rebushing S$zM springs and perches " 3,00 Rebush spindle bodies and spindle arms... 2IH) Sjpo Take out and straighten front axle 2.00 fjj'$v? Replace front spring or broken leaves 1.00 yjt Ht'place radius rods .,-,0 .wjX Replace fi'ont cross member , 4.00 These are only a few of the repair jobs All iiiiA.i.1 luunra in pnnioi mm. ot;e us ior prices Jv on other work. -W A'IO Ttm rttiA 'Tf...:.. ., yfe 1 x '-iv eiisiii rui Ult tfl'l liT ilORTON VICTOR CAR CO. Genuine Ford Parts Goodyear T ires I'rest-O-Lile Batteries r has a Houseful of ta&s Good TO J .;.MI-IOLS TO LIST If you are buying Chrislmas Goods, be surelto. Call and See Our Line. . - LOOK! Jones & Loren Auto Co, a llrst class Garage across street We have opened up from Beacon Office. Our prices are rij-ht, see us before having cars repaired. Five years experience in Noxubee County. No job too huge for us to do. No job too small fOr our careful attention. We ha'idle uenuine Ford Paits. Our terms aiv f'AS'I to all. PHIL JONES W. Vr. LOREN vil' ' ".;, tWrfl,i ,4P Overpowering jgp Strength There's Bn untold satisfaction In the con- So"- sriousr,t.ss 0f superior ptiysical power. Mere 55?' knowledge that your strer.gth, mental and physi SS? cat, is equal to the occasion, places you in a zone i5j of safety, protected from the opposing currents ol life. i FOKCE makes men and ES women equal to emergencies; enables them to guNlue oh' staclesand override the harriers SSl which stand in their way to 1 field of larcer development and 5. wider usefulness, by building ud within their bodies a surplu of energy, suengthand endurance. W-y Your Druggisl b FORCE. "WA... . r- i.'iiIiUii' ik n mam rat m .www- v trw 1 fisisMsr Holiday Rates on M. & O. j Holiday rates of one and one' c- ..... .. j 11 rriono hiki 0011 nave auoeu . . ... . . - v --- - to their shoo r.nd will , tnilrt Will made by the M. '& to 40 cows. Burn is already fitted Dairy Farm for R-nt Would like to rent part of the Pet erson Place to dairyman who has o!) up The Richmond Mfg. Co. B. G. Richmond and Son have added manufacture any plain furniture, j Ohio, effective Dec. 21st to 25th with about this number starchions. Cedar chests a specialty. If in need eooA untj, jfln 4.1, , ED. M. MURPHE1" of any thing in, this line call and see us. $ Bill says some Pressing Shops may come and some rr.c.y go, but his is going on forever. Banks to Close Jan. 2nd. On account of .New Year, a mtiorril holiday, the banks of Macon will be closed, Monday, Jan. 2nd. For Sale 120 acres black Prairie Land, about acres in timber, two houses; 4 miles north of Macon. Price cheap. See owner. JEFF .BELL, Macon, Miss.