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p I IIIIIJil III 1 .,. .1 - : -f-A MONDAY, MARCH 4th WILLIAM S. HART THE GREATEST TWO GUN MAN IN MOTION PICTURES IN "HUE' SDD.ENI MIAN" IF YOU CARE FOR A BIG VIRILE STORY OF THE GREAT WEST-WITH REAL RED-BLOODED MEN AND WOMEN AS THE CHARACTERS YOU WILL CER TAINLY LIKE THIS. , WILLIAM S. HART IS ABSOLUTELY IN A CLASS BY HIMSELF, THERE HAS NEVER BEEN ANYONE THAT CAN PUT THE REALISM AND PUNCH IN A PICTURE THAT HE CAN. MATINEE 3:00 AND 4:15. NIGHT 7:30 AND 8:43 CHILDREN 5c. ADULTS 15c. NOTE: This picture has been shown everywhere at 25 cents and it's worth it. 00000000008000008 0 D O CLASSIFIED 8 O ADVERTISEMENTS O 0 0 00000800800' 80800 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES One cent a word per issue. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents the first time. FOR SALE Buick Six. Will take horse and buggy or Ford car in trade. Address Box 523 or phone 296. 2t. j William S. Hart in "Th Silent Man" Xl Prlnr-.ia Mnnili. ik. 4U ' 5 4 I In offering William S.Hart ir"Thr Silent Man" to the patron of the Princess, the marnasreme'nt feels that he is presenting the trealcst living a i ..... ; exponent or me taihovis "iwo Cum Man" of the old West, in his jrreav i e-t photoplay. It is a story of the bi blooderl ,men and wi.v.eu that .'ivc their parts, and v.e promise tht re- .pardless of whetht." y u admire ; Western life, as it was in the Jays, of the pj'st. Tha; you will certainly like WiH;am S. Hurt in "J he Silent lan," pnd you vill a 1m re Hart, be cause he is in a class by himself, lie starts where the oihtvs stop, and ha ( the largest followi-ijr 'f admirers "f any man on the screen today. Matinee at 3:00 and 4:15. Night at 7:30 and 8:45. Admission Children 5c. Adults i 15c. tt v i . 7 , . , ' 1 You never have seon 0 William S. O00080O000800000 of the school expect to knit this par- Hart p!cture this chcap. before. Top" With o 0 I 0 AMUSEMENTS 0 i ' 08088800008 08008 lit '4 Columbus Theatre -1 Might 1 MflgMARCH i Jilc fiarnum. ef Iluieal Comedy A Laughing Show Xou'll Lite V 'A ''i d RED CROSS NOTES. Q00800 000000 THE WAR'S .RECOMPENSE. WANTED To give a horse i (rood home for three or four months Call E. H. Slaughter Floral Co., Phone 216-J. 2t LOST.Watch fob, lulane medal attached, lost Wednesday in business district of city. Reward. W. II. Rose, Street's Drug Store. FOR RENT Fivs room cottage, with all modern conveniences on 4th. avenue, South between 8th and 9th streets, one block from car line. Ap ply to Hugh Ezell at Ezell Cloth ing Co., or phona 610"! S-10-lm WANTED To exchange one heavy 3-inch wagon suitable for log ging, for a light 2-horse farm wagon, Address Box 525 City. " 2wks, FOR RENT 200 acres of good cotton and corn land, 2 miles from Columbus. 3 tenant houses. Phone 819 for particulars. FOR RENT An apartment, com pletely furnished for light house keeping; private bath. Apply to 1021 Main street. FOR SALE Single combed Rhode Island Reds. Best winter layers. Eggs $2 per setting cf fif teen. Also two fine bronze gobblers, large size. J. M. Moody, R. F. D. 1, Artesia. WANTED TO EXCHANGE 120 acres land in Jefferson county, Ala bama within 10 miles of Birming ham on L. & N. R. R., for 120 acres good prairie land within-10 or 12 miles of Columbus, Miss. George W. Sherman. WANTED TO PURCHASE One 100 H. P. Boiler in good second hand condition, to stand about 125 pounds working pressure. Address P. 0. Bex 512. Columbus, Miss. 4t. , WANTED A new' first-class gas range. Apply to V. C. M., in care of this office. FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car. Good condition. L. E. Lide. Fords are up $90.00. MUST SELL AT ONCE Dining table, chairs, Buck steel range, re frigerator, beds and springs, mat tresses, heating stove, dressers and w,i-h stand. II. C. Bedford, 1421 College street. 2t -WANTED TO BORROW $1,250 from three to five years. Will secure by first mortgage on 200 acres of fine bottom land. Improvements, two good tenant houses and barns. Address G., care this office. STRAYED Small black pig with white spots. About six weeks old. Reward if returned to Charles Roner, ;023 Third avenue, North. REWARD For return of Won der " Bicycle, 4 inch frame, Corbin coaster, with one Good Service red tire, which was stolen from side walk of my store Saturday night. J. W. Jones. FOR RENT Three rooms, kitch en and bath room. Garden and stable if desired. Mrs. John Snell, 403 South Seventh street. Phone 404. WANTED Every one to know we do high grade of kodak finishing. Prompt service. Mail orders prompt ly returned. Hanna's Art Studio, Columbus, Miss. NOTICE I am the subscription agent foF every magazine and leading newspaper published in . the United SUies. C-:i and let as siata .yea a special clubbing offer. Jack Sen-ter. (The original of this verse was found on an Austrian soldier who bravely fought and nobly died. His name is ns yet unknown). Ye that have faith to look with fear less eyes Beyond the tragedy of a world at strife, And know that out of death and night shall rise The dawn of ampler life. Rejoice, whatever anguish rend the heart That God has given you a price less dower, To live in these great times and have your part In Freedom's crowning hour. That ye may tell your sons who see the light Hich in the heavens their heri tage to take "I saw the powers of Darkness put to flight, I saw the morning break." Red Cross Magazine 8 There will be an important con ference of Red Cross Workers in the Chapter rooms at the City Hall Wed nesday afternoon at four o'clock. Not only those actively interested in Red Cross work, but also those to whom the cause makes appeal, and this should be all-inclusive, are in vited to be present. The object of the meeting is to have in outline the work of the Chapter in all its phases, and with in view, the chairmen of the different departments will be called upon to explain briefly the special duties assigned to them, the record of accomplishment. Unless one has been from tha beginning in the midst of it all, one can form very little idea of the scope and volume of the Chapter's work, even the workers in one or two branches fail to realize how wide a field is cover ed. It is the purpose of the confer ence on Wednesday to have, as it were, a bird s eye glimpse of tne whole, and by this assembling of the "arious committees to gain from the interchange of ideas and pluns. The public will be cordially welcomed. 8 The Home Service of the Red Cross wishes to call attention to the government's urgent request that all soldiers take out War Insurance, the need and value of which are so po tent that the necessity for their em phasis is surprising. Insurance ex perts have worked together for the perfect policy in response to the de mand of the times, and in this, they seem to have succeeded. The auto matic insurance expired on February the twelfth; but the time for the regular applications has been extend ed sixty days, or until the twelfth of April. About 750,000 of our soldiery have not yet applied for insurance. The government impresses upon them the duty of doing so, and asks that the relatives of the enlisted men co-operate with the officials in this effort to bring a recognition of the advantages of such insurance, of the obligation it imposes. It is the gov ernment's earnest hope that when the final returns, are made, 100 per cent of the soldiers will be enrolled for War Insurance. 0 Three, beautiful, comforts have been presented to the Chapter within the last few weeks, and are gifts highly appreciated. One came from the pupils of the Barrow Memorial school, another from the children of the Palmer Orphanage who secured their material by unravelling old sweaters, a third was the work of Mrs. Fentons Robertson's Sunday School class at St. Paul's church. At the Barrow Memorial recentlyj an art of the past was revived. An old-fashioned spinning wheel, pic turesque and mellowed by time, was pressed into service The wool, clean ed and carded, was spun as in the Long Ago ly mH. Albania, an in terested crowd surrounding her dur ing the process. Later, the pupils ticular wool into a sweater which 0 will be distributed in the array for- 0 warded to the headquarters of the q Gulf Division. , 0 The Red Cross Magazine has an nounced a special offer good for 3 ' months. To annual members who' "Over The Top" With Sargaant Flahiff. On Friday, March fifteenth, the people of Columbus will rave the rare opportunity of hearing a fipht- er just back from the trenches. I LII. I L Lllllb X inillll VI 1 11C 1 (1IIIIIII.1 have paid their fee of $1.00, the Princei,9 Pat Canadian Regiment iuuKne win oe sent xor me year will ve a thrilling war talk at the for $1.00 additional. The regular subscription price is $2.00. C The Chapter desires to commend the faithful work of its colored aux iliaries. In Columbus, the colored auxiliary has given fine assistance, and the auxiliary just established at Artesia, promises to do its part ably and well. Saint Paul' Church. Second Ave. and Fourth St. South. Rev. E. Lucien Malone, Rector. Holy Communion every Sunday at 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion and sermon first Sunday in each month at 11 a. m. Sunday School (Mr. E. R. Hop kins, superintendent) at 9:30 a. m. Bible Class at 9:30 a. m. Morning Prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Evening Prayer and Sermon at 7:30 p. m. Week-day services: Wednesday, The Litany at 10 a. m. Holy Communion on Saints and Holy days at 10 a. m. Ladies' Aid, first and third Wed nesdays after Litany. Woman's Auxiliary fourth Wednesday after Litany. Choir practice Saturday's at 4:00. Saint Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation from nine to six. A cordial invitation is extend ed to all to come and worship at this church. LOST Pair of tortoise shell nose glasses, left on desk at postoffice. Reward for return to W. A. Frazee, office over Ezell Clothing Co. ' It. SEED SWEET POTATOES FOR SALE $1.25 a bushel. J. T. Searcy It. Card of Thanks. We with to thank our friends for eachtoken of sympathy and love dur ing our hour or sorrow. Also tne floral offerings. . MRS. C. W. LATHAM, MR. AND MRS. H. MYRICK. W. I. McKellar. Cleaning and Pressing Agent for Garden City Tailoring Co. Chicago. Club Phone 821 Residence Phone 750 080000000000000000 0 MONEY TO LEND 8 LONG OR SHORT TIME 8 O LOW RATE OF INTEREST B 0 STURDIVANT, OWEN AND 8 O GARNETT 0 0 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 08808880880000008 CHICHESTER S FILLS 1 IIK ItiAMONtt 11I1AM. a JafaTll 4 M-4-litMMor4 INftinontJ Itriind I'lll-t in lift! M l-uld h.-MjIIhA twxrs. waled witn Nine KiMmmi. Tnk n other. Bur of ynvr lrafclt. A i, rif JIM II r Ttir. liMsn ItltVM) 'l,,rVj yean r nnwn as it, 3 tot, Al wvi K ch-tt le .wnRvnpiwTSFvrmwRC Industrial Institute and College. Owing to serious injuries sustain ed in battle, Sergeant FlahirT was honorably discharged from service, and his mission is now to tour the country in order to give the people of America a vivid impression of what war actually means. This will be the first opportunity that our citizens have had of seeing and hearing a soldier from the trenches Musical Comedy Coming. The Jakson, Tenn., Sun has the following to say of the Webber and Fields show that is booked at the Co lumbus Opera House one night, Wed nesday, March 6th.: "The much heralded Webber and Fields Cnmnanv nnpnpil to rnnaritv' business at the Marlowe Theatre last! night in spite of the threatening weather. The play was Hokey Pokey, one of the best known Webber and Fields shows, and as promised it was a laugh from start to finish. Nat Fields, Fred Cady , Tommy Burns, Gaby Fields, The Haskels and Frankie Russell were in the principal parts, and the chorus were far above the average. The show is clean and full of snap. If the Marlowe will book more shows like this one they may be assured of capaity business all the time. Theatre-goers of Jack son want good shqws and are willing to pay for them, but refuse to stand for the "bunk." The Webber and Field shows are known the world over and are as well established as "Qua-, ker Oats." It simply rests with the company if they they are capable to produce thennand we mustadmit that this company under the directorship of Mr. Nat Fields, a brother of Lew Fields, and who worked with his brother for many years, can put it over. The company will remain in Jackson for the balance of this week, changing the show completely each day. Tonight the play will be Weber and Fields' "Girl Behind the Count er." Tomorrow, "Fiddle Pee Dec," and other Webber and Field shows to follow." Seats now being reserved at Weav er and Harrington's. Prices 2.re, HOc, 75c, and $1.00. (5 m ML PI3EEriTinG WITH Mr. J. A. Thompson, of the Cale donia section, was a visitor in the city yesterday. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, COUNTY OF LOWNDES. Letters of Administration C. T. A having been granted and issued to the undersigned upon the Estate of Wm. Winston, deceased, by the Chancery Court of Lowndes Coun ty, Mississippi, on the 15th day of February, A. D. 1918. ' This is to give notice to all persons having claims against said estate to Probate and Register name with th Chancery Clerk of Lowndes County, within one year from this date. A failure to so probate and register said claim will forever bar the same. WILLIAM WINSTON ; --.a w ta i NAT FIELDS, ' FRED CADY Jonny burn ha nv rirr rr ia i-iAnn TIE BOOAOW BLAUTY QlOf?U PRICES 2Sc, 50c, ?5c, $1.00 Seats Now On Sale at Weaver Harrington's CHANCERY NOTICE. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, LOWNDES COUNTY. To Bell Harris, Residence and Post office address unknown. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Lowndes in said State, on the 1st Monday of April, A. I). 19 IS, to defend the suit, of Henry Harris wherein you are a defendant. This 21st day of February A. I). 1918. 11. A. LINCOLN, Clerk. By II L. BAILEY, Deputy Clerk. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The State of Mississippi, Lownde? County. Letters of Administration having been granted and issued to the un dersigned upon the Estate of R. E. Cheatham, Sr., deceased, by the Chancery Court of Lowndes County, Mississippi, on the 13th day of Feb ruary, A. I). 1918. This is to give notice to all per sons having claims against said es tate to Probate and Register same with ths Chancery Clerk of Lown des County, within one year from this date. A failure to so probate and register said claim will forever bar the same. R. E. CHEATHAM, Administrator. This February 13, 1918. and default hnving been made in the payment of said not at maturity, I will on the 4th day of March, 1918 offer for sale and will sell at public outcry for cash to the highest and best bidder at the front door of the court house of Lowndes county Mbsii-'sippi, within the legal hours of sale the following described real es lute in Lowndes county, Miss., to wit: The Southeast quarter of Sec lion and the East half of South west fourth Section 2, township 18 range 1". west, in Lowndes county Miss. ' It is tny intentions to con vey nil my interests in any lands in I.ownd-s county, Miss." Said deed of trust is recorded in liook 107, pate 211 chancery clerk' office, Lowndes county, Mississippi Title believed to be good, but 1 will lonvey only such title us is vest :1 in mo as trustee, E. E. CALLAWAY, Trustee Columbus, Miss., February 9, 1913. Cosmopolitan $2.00. Jack Senter. Chiropradtic Adjustment TRUSTEE'S SALE. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, COUNTY OF LOWNDES. I, E. E. Callaway, trustee under the provisions of and by virtue of the' authority conferred upon me in a' certain deed of trust executed by George N. Lawrence to me as tiua-j tee on the 21th day of February,1 1917, to secure certain indebted ness to the Columbus Hardware and Furnitura Company, and which said indebtedness was evinced by a promissory note of even date of said ! NON-RESIDENT NOTICE. THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI. ! LOWNDES COUNTY, 5 To J. D. Springfield: 1 An attachment at the suit ot Bell Lumber and Mfg. Co., Inc.. ngaintt your estate for F.fty-Two and 40-100 dollars, returnable before ; T. M. Cummings, a Justice of the j Per.ce of Lowndes County, Missis ;sippi, in District No. 2, has been j executed, and is now pending before raid Justice and unless you appear ' before said Justice on the "Pth day of March 1918, and plead to said a ('':-, judgment will be entered and ! the e-rtate attached will be sold. T. M. CUM MINGS, ' ; j. p. ' February 20, 1918. , 4t. Administrator C. T.A.'eed of trust, and due and payable This February 16, 1918. on the first day of January, 1918 W. Hunter Eubanks Dentist Office. First State Bank Bid;'. 'v in i ji I mm Chiropractic, the Drugless Road to Health, the world's greatest health science, a me chanical adjusting of the hu man frame eliminates the cause of disease then nature makes you well. Chiropractic means health to you. This new method removes the cause of so called disease by scientific hand adjusting: and is not cs teopathy but a distinct method based upon the mechanical structure body. A, few ques tions for you Do you ever have Eye, Ear or Throat Trou ble? Are your Tonsils giving you annoyance or is your voice impaired? Investigate my me thod. Have you Rheumatism Asthma, Bronchitis, Goitre, Dyspepsia. Constipation If so Chiropractic is the answer. Have you Chronic Headaches, Gall Stones, Malarial or any other form of Fever? Try Chiropractic. Have you Stom ach, Kidney, Heart, Bowel or Dladder Trouble? Have you Female Trouble or Sexual Dis orders? There is no embarrass ment to the patient, end the results are most wonderful. It will pay you to investigate my method, not only stimulates bat removes the causes, thus permitting nature to perform her work. Health is the great est blessing of God. Chiro practic means health. Con sultation free of charge. Dr. J. G. McLOSKY 401 First State Bank Building Columbus, Miss. Phone 236 m "X LAND yO vs or j sea. x y 1 V 8 "V KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT v J L 831 PRESERVE THE LEATHER. TU F. F. D ALLEY CORPORATIONS. LIMITED, BUFFALO, N. Y. 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