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(C Gu k e s f Meat odd ifihe v (Co fly '4 d v . V V OOOOOOCh$OCh5000COOOXh0000 SEVEN SENTENCE SERMONS. The truest of self-respect is not to think of self. Henry Wnrd Beecher. Lose an hour in the morning, and you will be all day hunting for it. ArchbWiop Whatley. Woulilst thou be happy Take an easy way; Think of those around thee live for them each lay; Think of their pain,their loss, their grief, their care; All that they have to do, or feel, or bear; Think of their pleasure, of their good, their train; Think of those 'round thee it will not he in vain. Anon. The righteous shall flourish like the palm tree; he shall prow like a cedar in Lebannon Ps. 92:12. Upward he leads us, though our steps are slow, Though oft we faint and falter on the way. Though storms and darkness oft oh- pcure the day; Yet when the clouds are gone, We know lie leads us on. Anon, We thank Thee that always Thy ki'ifdom is at our very threshold, shining opportunities of life and ser vice where we may reach and possess them. (Jiaus Glenn Atkins. First Presbyterian. Regular weekly worship. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Warren M. Cox, superintendent; Prof. Yin cent Frierson, assistant superintend ent. Meeting of Men's brotherhood at 10 a. m. All men earnestly urged to be present. Woman's Bible class, 10 a. m. Meeting of Church Session to re ceive new members at 10:45 a. m. Preaching, 1 1 a. m. and 7 :30 p. m. The public cordially invited to at tend all the services of this church. R. B. EGGLESTON, Pastor. Temple B'Nai Israel. Services every Friday night at 7:30. MR. S. LOER, Minister. Church of Annunciation (Catholic.) High mass and sermon every Sun day and holy day during the year, ex- 11 9Mm I If you haven't tried our Tenderloin nncl Porterhouse Steaks you have missed a treat. We handle Pork, "Veal, Lamb, Fish. All kept on ice. Call and see our clean Sanitary Market. You will delighted with the way our meats are kept. The North Market Street cept on the fourth Sunday in the month, at 10 a. in. At 3 p. m., on all Sundays except the fourth Sunday in the month, Cate chetical instruction and at 4 p. m., rosary and benediction with the blessed sacrament. Every morning in the week, holy ' mass at 8 o'clock. FATHER YOERG, Priest. ' BAPTIST. j Firit Baptist. . Sunday school this morning at 0:30 o'clock. Mr. R. C. Chapman, assist-1 ant superintendent. Regular preaching services this morning at 11 o'clock and this eve ning at 7:30 o'clock. Barnca class at 10 o'clock in the Uaraea class rooms. Regular weekly prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:4," o'clock. Young wotnen'iilissioJiury Sutdcty meets Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Armstrong Society meets every first and third Tuesday at 4 o'clock. Girls' Auxiliary meets every Wed nesday afternoon. J. L. Y1PPERMAN. Pastor. Second Baptist. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. Rl. Young Peoole's Union Sunday eve-i ning at 7 o'clock. . The Woman's Missionary Society meets every other Thursday aftor noon at 3 o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend these services. REV. W. I. ALLEN, Pastor. Christian Church. Bible school at 9 :30 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday eve- Ining at 7:30. Ladies' Aid will meet Tuesday of each week at 3:30 p. m. The Christian Woman's Hoard of Missions will meet the Fust Friday of (each month at 3:30 p. m. All cordially invited to attend 'these services. i JOSEPH N. 1IARKER. Pastor. METHODIST. First Methodist. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., A. II. Pc'ue, superintendent. Baraca class meets at 9:45. All of the men of the church urged to join this class. Services today, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. The Woman's Missionary society will meet the first and third Tuesdays of each month. The pastor's aid will meet regularly the afternoon of the first and third Tuesday of every month. Prayer meeting, Wednesday eve- Orders Delivered Promptly White Star Market LAWRENCE & DREESE, Props. Phone 74 ning at 7:30 o'clock instead of! Thursday evening. W. L. DURKN, Pastor. Central Methodist. Teachers' Council, 9:30 a.' m. Sunday school at 10 a. m., Mr. J. T. Clardy, superintendent, Junior League at 2:30 p. m. ; Sen- ior League at 3:30 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday eve- ning at 7 :30. All cordially invited to attend thesa services. J. M. CARPENTER, Pastor. St. Paul' Church (Episcopal.) Holy communion, 7:30 a, m x cept first Sunday.) First Sunday, holy communion nnd sermon, 11 a. m. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., in the Parish House, Mr. E. R. Hopkins, su perintenderit Morning prayer and sermon, 11 n. ni. Evensong, 4:30 p. m. Holy days there will be a celebra tion of the holy communion at 10 a. in. Litany every Wednesday at 10 a. m. The Ladies' Aid meets on the first J and third Wednesdays after Litany. lhe Altar Guild on the second Wednesday after Litany. The Woman's Auxiliary on the fourth Wednesday after Litany. The Bible class meets every Fri day in the Parish House at 4:30 p. m. This church is open daily for pri vate prayer and meditation from 8 a. ni. to G p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all to come and worship with us. REY. W. S. SLACK, Rector. LEARN SHORTHAND. Why work for thirty or fifty dol lars per month when by studying an hom or so a day for a few weeks you can prepare yo aryelf to cam double w hat you are now earning? liy study ing two hour -iialtf any ambitious person can became a good stenogra pher in six rno'iibs. I will teach you i two hov,,'!' a ,,-i,t- fivo n'L'ht9 in a ! week, six trionhs for $30. I have a of young men who will begin , the course November 15th. Nearly all of these men are holding posit-ons in the city, but wish to prepare them selves for something better, and real ize that this is a most excellent op portunit'. I am an experienced teacher of shorthand and typewriting, bs well as an expert stenographer, and you may rest assured that you will re ceive first class instruction. Even if you never intend to work in any body's office, you can weli afford to take my course, as you will hardly miss the money, and short hrnd is so useful that after you beconr i tH'ius tomed to using it, you would t r -rt i r with your knowledge for several times its cost. If you expect to attend college, you cannot afford to miss this opportunity. It will be worth many times its cost to you. If you go to any larger city to secure a position your chances of securing employment are fifty per cent better with a knowledge of stenography than with out it. If interested, call at 622 College St., after 6:00 p. m., or address me P. O. Box 418, Columbus, Miss. L. L. GOINGS. The Romance of the Rail. With all due respect to our rail- j which do not fulfill their part. We look forward with great anticipation to a glorious time when we start on a railroad trip over one of our four track trunk lines. The changing scenery, the tempting bills of fare, and the luscious ozone wafted at us while the train hits up a sixty-mile clip reminds us that life is worth liv ing. Now that is optimistic anticipa tion, pure and simple! But here is a pessimistic realization: you get aboard and find that there arc no berths left, as you neglected to wire in advance, you'll have to sit up in the smoking compartment and per spire, before the night is half over your system is transformed into a gas tank; nausea sets in and while in your case a hospital car would be a welcome adjunct, the diner is hook ed on instead, bat you have no ap petite for breakfast; the odor of liver and bacon, fried eggs and coffee, persists in creeping through every crevice in your car; then you endeav or to bury your misery in scenery, but an incessant line of freight cars going in the opposite direction shuts out the view. Cartoons. Horns Clear Street for Fir. To provide a quick and reliable means of clearing the streets for the fire department, the city of Pittsfield, Mass., has installed electric siren 1 horns above the fire alarm boxes on j the principal thoroughfares. Thej horns are connected with each other by an independent rlreuit and are also connected with the regular fire alarm circuit in such a manner that when a horn is turned in from any box the horn above the box and all those between the box and the central station will start blowing and will continue to blow until the apparatus is replaced in inoperative position or the current is switched off at the cen tral station. Popular Mechanics. You will find a complete stock of n ft ' fall and winter (roods at our i,tir. Lipsey St Chapsky. Notice of Election. Pursuant to law, notice is hereby given that a general election will be held in Lowndes County on Tuesday, November the second (2nd), 1915, for tho purpose of electing all State, District, County and Beat ollicers for the quadriennial period beginning on January 1st, 1916. At said election none but qualified electors will be al lowed to vote and all of the laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to general elections will apply to same. The polls will be opened at 9 o'clock a. m. and close at 6 o'clock p. m. The following officers are hereby appoint ed to conduct same: District 1 Caledonia: W. N. Hutchinson, D. M. Wood, J. E. Mor ris, judges. J. R. Vaughn, W. II. Ott ley, clerks. District 2 North Columbus: S. M. Nash, Joe Harris, W. C. Meek, judges. B. K. Sessums, John More head, clerks. District 2 South Columbus: Jul ius Marks, J. D. Lawrence, W. M. Clark, judges. Homer Kilpatrick, J. S. Marks, clerks. District 3 Steens: J. M. Brown lee, E. L. Phillips, G. II. Hartsell, judges. C. J. Christopher, A. L. Daves, clerks. District 3 Old Zion: E. Randle, S. T. Sparks, S. L. Davis, judges. J. C. Golding, J. P. Halbert, clerks. District 4 Crawford: W. A. Hartman, G. W. Hairston, Chas. Kier, judges. N. B. Scales, F. T. Carr. clerks. District 4 Dealing Store: Pete Cox, J. N. Bailey, J. T. Hairston, judges. Dr. T. L..Ervin, Hugh Town send, clerks. District 5 Artesia: W. S. Wads worth, W. W. Davis, JoTin Mclllwain, judges. J. T. Mitchell, Jr., John L. Butts, clerks. District 5 Mayhew: W. H. Cas tles, J. D. Burgin, F. C. Smith, judges. F. R. Parker, F. H. Railey, clerks. District 5 Thomas' Store: C. II. Cocke, J. M. Salter, W. G. Evans, judges. Walter Swoope, R. B. Ervin, clerks. The judges of said election are hereby authorized to appoint such officers to fill ahy place that may be vacant. J. II. BRICKELL, WARREN M. COX, CHAS. W. WEST, Election Commissioners. Commissioner's Sale. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, ) County of Lowndes. ) . . . Under and by virtue of a An si De-j cree of the Chancery Court c ! Lowndes County, Mississippi, made in the cause of H L. Kendrick et al. vs. J. E. Kendrick et al., No. 2377, Columbus, rendered at the April term, A. D. 1915, thereof, the undersigned Com missioner mimed ;n said Decreo will, on the lr.t day of November, A. D. 1915, Iving the first Monday thereof, within the legal hours of such sales, at the front door of the Court House in city of Columbus, Mississippi, sell at pu: lie outcry to the highest bid der, on the following terms: for cash, the following described real estate, lying, being and situated in the County of Lowndes, and State of Mississippi, to-wit: The west half of the southeast quarter of section (21) twenty-one, and the northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section twenty-eight (28), and the northeast quarter of the northwest quarter of section twenty-eight (28), all in township sixteen (16), range seventeen (17) west. I will convey only such title as is vested in me, which is believed to' be good. This, the 9th day of October, A. D., 1915. B. A. LINCOLN, Commissioner. Bid Wanted. " STATE OF MISSISSIPPI,) County of Lowndes, ) The Board of Supervisors of Lown des County will on the first Monday in November, 1915, the same being the first day of their regular month ly meeting, receive scaled bids or proposals for the building of a steel or concrete bridge across Howard Creek on the Military road, District 1; a wooden bridge over Oak Slush slough on Tibbee Road in District 5; 2 wooden bridges on Ellis Creek on Pickensville road, District 3; 1 concrete culvert on Pickensville road at Thomas place, in District 3; also for repairing concrete walls on Pick ensville road at Thomas place, in District 3 ; also for repairing concrete culvert across Orr Creek on Pickens ville road, in District 3, according to plans and specifications on file in the Chancery Clerk's office and may be had of C. L. Wood, engineer, upon payment of $2. The board reserves the light to reject any and all bids. Successful bidder must enter into bond in a sum not less than the con tract price to keep said bridges in good repair for 12 months. By order of the board, this the 6th day of October, 1915. B. A. LINCOLN, (SEAL) Clerk. Great Free Attraction The Mallea ble Man. ' Wiii be here October 22 to Nuvtiin- ber 2, inclusive, to demonstrate the celebrated South- Bend Malleable Range, at the Columbus Hardware and Furniture Co. be Q Miss. Notice of Letting Contract to Con struct Roads. Notice is hereby given that the Highway Commission of the Fourth Supervisors District of Lowndes County, Miss., will up to Monday, November 8, 1915, at 8 o'clock a. m., receive sealed bids for grading, haul ing and placing surfacing material on 30 miles of roads, according to plans and specifications now on file in the office of the Chancery Clerk of the said County of Lowndes, State of Mississippi. The Commission will also at the same time receive bids on surfacing material and cast iron pipe. Plans and specifications on the said work may be seen ut the Chancery Clerk's office at Columbus, or may be had by application to Gus. E. Hauser, consulting engineer, Columbus, Miss. Each hid must bo accompanied by a certified check in the sum of $1,500, made payable to W. E. Cox, chairman and the check will be held of the suc cessful bidder until he execute bond, which bond must be made by some guaranty company satisfactory to said Commission in a sum equal to the aggregate amount of the work to he performed. The Board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids. Dated at Columbus, Miss., this the 15th day of October, 1915. W. E. COX, S. F. POTTS, M. D. LEDBETTER, Secretary, Highway Commissioners of Lowndes County, Fourth District. Notice to Creditor. The State of Mississippi Lowndes County. Letters of Administration having been granted and issued to the un dersigned upon the estate of W. J, Lowe, deceased, by the Chancery Court of Lowndes County, Mississippi, on the 1st day of October, A. D. 1915. This is to give notice to all per sons having claims against said es tate to Probate and Register same with tho Chancery Clerk of Lowndes County, within one year from this date. Failure to so probate and regis ter said claim will forever bar the same. B. A. LINCOLN, Administrator. This, October 8th, 1915. Don't Fail to So tho Malleable Man at the Columbus Hardware and Fur niture Company's store, October 27 to November 2. He will have lota of useful souvenirs for you free. Full line of Julia Marlowe ladies' shoes, all leathers; also cloth tops." Lipsey and Chapsky.