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The Man That M.vkr Pinto! Sing "Horn Swrtt
The Story of Bd Mn'i He format ion in Which the
Former Outlaw Decides He Will Ue !li Cum to
Make Others ee the Lifchr.
It's a Real Peppery Story of the Wetand Bill Hart
Will Make You Nolicr.
They Cover the World Every Monday at Princes
BatmnregtfMgqre mil m i in mmiih
Thi is a Story of the '49 Gold Fields. It Gets Right
Down to Action And Gives You a Run for Your
Money Full of Thrills, Rry-nance and Breath Tak"
ing Suspense.
They Will Make You Know America Better.
happenings in Society
If you can say tonight, "I did one
This day forgetting all ahout my
If you can say, "1 made one heart
to sing,
Because I thought of some one
else alone,
If you can say, "I made one mortal
a rope of gold and blue and placed
it on the ' rostrum, with original
verses and chorus, pledging their
faith and loyalty, and closing the
preliminaries in which they delighted
to honor the Juniors, with sixteen
"rahs." Much interest centers around
the annual Junior Evening, and it
was an occasion of pleasure to all
lovers of good music.
Brought one face perhaps a sin- Informal Party Given
gle smile" For Attractive Vititori.
Then, what the loss or what the gain Miss Eloise Pope, the attractive
you had,
daughter of Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Pope,
This was a day that was a day . entertained informally yesterday af-
worth while.
Douglas Malloch, in The American
Junior Evening at
College Beautiful Event.
Thursday evening Miss Poindexter
presented, the Juniors in a most ar
tistic program.
Front the first number to the last
it was evident that the young ladies
were talented and that they had re
ceived careful and efficient training.
The selections for two pianos won
instantaneous favor. Miss Bertha
Haralson and Miss Virginia Ncsbit
played with artistic aprreciati i the
Frank La Forge Romance, and the
Pirkhert Etude for left hand alone,
while Miss Bernice Zachary and Miss
Annie Rhodes were at their best in
the brilliancy of the Reinbold Im
prompture and the Chaminade Ara
besque. The Brahms Scherzo by
Miss Olivia Ferguson showed splen
did work, and was full of interest to
the audience. The auditorium was
bcautfully decorated in the Junior
colors, and with bunting and pennnts
the hall was a scene of festivity.
The sister class, of Freshmen bore in
ternoon at a porch party in compli
ment to Misses Susan Malone, Mar
garet Bates, Ellen McClain, Annie
Louise Hamilton and Adele Marx, of
Greenwood, who motored to Colum
bus Friday, and who will return to
their homes today. These young la
dies were accompanied to this city
by Mr. David Nichols, of Greenwood,
who is a brother of Mrs. Pope.
After a most enjoyable porch party
the young ladies were served deli
cious refreshments.
The young ladies of Columbus
who were present at this pretty af
fair were: Misses Juliette Hamilton,
Lenora Dee Julia Lipscomb and Fran
ces Woodward.
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Twentieth Century
Club to Entertain.
The Twentieth Century Club will
entertain on Monday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock.
Those on the committee are Mrs.
J. W. Slaughter, chairman, Mrs.
William Watson, Mrs. Willis Pope,
Misses Louise Wood, Hattie Wood
and Etta Atwell.
Miss Annie Louise Hamilton, of
Greenwood, is visiting at the College.
Rosenheim -Roteniweig I
Wedding Solemniied.
' Mint Sadie Rottenzweig, the beau
tiful and attractive daughter of Mr.
and Mm. I.uuia Roxenzweig, of thia
city was quietly married In Blr-j
tniriKham last Thursday morning, to
Mr. Ernest S. Rosenheim, of ChatU-j
hooka, .lenn. The following article
! In reference to the marriage, which
I appeared In the Birmingham Age
'Herald Friday, will be read with
much Interest here by the bride's
i numerous friends In this city:
"Miss Sadie May Rosenzweig, of
Columbus, Mil"., and Mr. Ernest 8.
j Rosenheim, of CJiattanoogu, assm
tant to the president of the Chatta
nooga Savings bank, were quietly
' married at Temple Emanu-Et yester-
day morning nt 10:30 o'clock by
I Rabbi Morris Newfleld, the wedding
being the culmination of a pretty
romance begun last summer at Sig
nal Mountain.
"The young people met last sum
iner, while both were spending some
time at Signal Mountain and since
that time have corresponded, while
the groom made several trips to Co
lumbus to see Miss Rosenzweig, and
they were to be married in April.
"Miss Rosenzweig, accompanied by
her mother, Mrs. Louis Rosenzweig,
came to Birmingham from Columbus
Wednesday to shop, and Mr. Rosen
heim decided to come to Birmingham
and be married at this time.
"The bride wore an attractive coat
suit of navy blue cloth with hat,
gloves and shoes en suite and car
ried a shower bouquet of Killarney
roses and valley lilies. The ceremony
was witnessed by the bride's mother,
Mrs. 0. L. Bunn and several other
friends of the contracting parties.
"Thi froom hvs man V'd in
this city who will be surprised to
learn of his marriage.
"Mr. and Mr3. Rosenheim left nt
fioon for Chicago, St. Louis an
New York and on their return will
nrnke their home in Chattanooga."
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Informal Dancei Given
To A. and M. Students.
Informal (lances were greatly en
joyed at the Twentieth Century CluS
rooms Friday evening and yesterday
afternoon in compliment to a num
ber of A. and M. students. The af
fair was given by the girls of the
younger social set.
Among the A. and M. boys who
were here for thia affair were
Messrs. Hugh Thomas, Robert Miller,
Ed. Taliaferro, Harry Holcombe, Roy
Davenport, Louis Shelton, B. Stevens,
Charles Moorehead, J. H. Redding, C.
B. Rhines, J. B. Harrison, Phil Thorn
ton, Frank Wiley, William Powe, and
Starrett, besides a number of local
boys who are students at A. and M.
Statement of the Financial Condition of "
Located at Columbus, in the County of Lowndes, State of Mississippi, at
the clore of business March 4, 1918. made to the Board of Bank Examiners.
Loans and discounts $273 243 13
uveraraiis, unrecured ...
Bonds, securities, etc.
Guaranty Fund with State Treasurer '.'.".
'Banking house and lot
Other real, estate owned
Furniture and fixtures
Due from other Banks-commercial or reserve funds
Exchanges and checks for next day's clearings j
Other cash items
C n-ronn.
n V. - 27,384.00
viuiu v inn .
Silver Coin, Nickels and Cents
U. S. Treasury Certificates
War Savings and Thrift Stamps ;'m
Ca',i,al tot'k -- - $65,000.00
fTur?Iu fund ----- 9.000.00
Undivided profits, less amount paid for interest, taxes and
current expenses 5.989.3G
Dividends unpaid r,0 00
Individual deposits subject to check 338,948.50
Time certificates of deposit 52,128.18
Cashier's checks outstanding 114,068.44
Savings deposit? L244.50 .506,289.62
Due Banks (Reciprocal accounts 314.60
Reserved for accrued taxes 29 38
- .$586,772.96
I. Parker Reeves, Cashier, do solemnly swear that the above is a true
statement of the financial condition of the Merchants and Farmers Bank,
located at Columbus, in the County of Lowndes, State of Mississippi, at ths
close of business on the 4th day of March, 1918, to the best of my knowledge
and belief.
Correct Attest
$tti tt :.!irTi( Cour.ty cf Lo'vr.dor.
Sworn to and subscribed before me thin 14th day of March, 1918.
Aiy comm.s.ion expires May J, 1919. Notary PubIi(.. Thunday afternoon at 3:30
Ruffian Orchestra
Coming in April.
Many people throughout this sec
tion of the state and especially the
citizens of Columbus and the girls of
the I. I. and C. will be interested in
hearing that dates have been made
whereby the noted Russian Symphony
orchestra will give two concerts
the college chapel on April 20, a mat
inee in the afternoon and concert
again at night.
The event will mean a home com
ing of music pupils who have grad
uated from I. I. and C.
Will Give Concert
In StarkvilU.
Miss Weenonah Poindexter, head
of the department of instrumental
music at the Industrial Institute and
College in this city, will take live
of her pupils to Starkville on Friday,
March 22, for the purpose of giving
a concert for the benefit of tha Red
Cross Society in that town. The
party will include in addition to Miss
Poindexter, the following young la
dies: Misses Jessie Mae Gill, Annie
Laurie McKay, Erma Curry, Mabel
Scott and Onolia Williamson.
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Will Give Recital at
University of Alabama.
Miss Mattie Lou Brown, director
of voice of I. I. and C, will take
her Glee Club to University of Ala
bama for a recital on the fifth of
April. Rehearsals have been in
progress for over a month, and the
program will be a varied one. Solos,
duets, quartettes and several num
bers in costume. The recital will be
given for the benefit of the Red
Social Meeting Enjoyed.
The following is the program of
the Social Dollar meeting of (the
Second Baptist church, which was
held at the home of Mrs. J. A. Lee,
at which time the members contrib
uted dollars for the Training School
at Louisville, Kentucky.
The following was the program:
Opening aong, "Rock of Ages";
Scripture reading Mrs. Jewel; Pray
er Mrs. Lee; Questions and answers
Mrs. Allen; Purpose and Prepara
tionsMrs. Robert Brooks; "Over
the Top Mrs. Lee; "Qver the
Chapel Mantel" Mrs. Tribble; "Pic
tures of Old , and New Training
School"; Presentation of Miss Hick'a
picture in part of her farewell mes-
rage; Collection of dollars and read
ing of poems on how they are made;
Sentence prayers for Training
School; Dismissed with song.
Business meeting will be held on
$15.00 DRESSES $15.00
A special lection of Silk
DretMs, vtluet to $22.50
StyU Show Week Price
$15.00 each
Columbus, Mjs.
Every new conception of
the newest styles for Spring
is represented in this ad
vance Spring showing of
Women fashionable Foot,
The Big Department Store
As the premier formal Spring Showings will briner to your attention all of the mosl favored of the
New Fashions in Spring Apparel, Millinuy and accessories, we are vny desirous of having you
accept this personal invitation to attend our STYLE SHOW which has been arranged solely for
your guidance in the matter of new styles for the coming season.
Each display will authoritively reveal to you the new ideas which have been designed in this
season's Suits, Dresses, Coats, Waists, Skirts, Millinery and personal accessories of dress a
showing replete with the most interesting displays of forthcoming styles which eveiy fasJ.icr able
woman will be delighted to gaze upon.
Elaborate Displays of
New Spring Millinery
Are Now on Exhibition
Beautiful creations of
the foremost milliners
exemplifying the styles
which are at present
the favored on the
stage of fashion, are
now. awaiting your ap
proval and praise which
you will unhesitatingly (
shower upon them. '
They display a world
of shapes of medium
sizes, with combinations
Chenile straw, mouflon
of georgette and straw.
straw, lisere and hair lace, Milans and Leghorns, Trim
mings of berries, flowers, ribbons and ornaments, add to
them the finishing touches.
See the Beautiful Display
in Our Ready-to-Wear
Much originality is in evi
dence in the style notes of
our showing of Early Spring
Models in Women and Misses
Apparel. Conservation in
various developments have
made fora simplicity in style
that is wondrously appeal
ing and distinctive, yet par
ticularly in tune with these
fervent times.
The colorings and pat
terns add much to the diver
sity and exclusiveness of the
style developments in every
model shown. ,
Of Especial Interest This Week is Our List of
Wonderful Bargains in Every Department
Civic League Starts
jLlean-up Campaign.
The Civic League has started their
regular March clean-up campaign
and it is earnestly hoped that the
housekeepers and others in the city
.will assist in any way 1 possible to
help clean-up and; otherwise help
beautify our city. It is asked that
those who are separating , ,their
spring plants; cannas, elephant ears
and etc., and have any to spare will
please donate o Mrs. G. R. Neu
mann for the beautification of the
Houtekeepar't Sale.
The members of the Altar Guild
of St. Paul's Episcopal church will
have a "Housekeepers' Sale" next
Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the Parish House.
B a o
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Wright and
(heir attractive daughter, Miss Grace,
have returned to Columbus after hav
ing spent several weeks at Tampa,
The Altar Guild of St Paul's Epis
copal church met with Mrs. J. W.
Carr at Myrtle Terrace on Wednes
day afternoon."
The Parent-Teachers' Association
,of the Barrow Memorial school will
meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:15
0 .
Mrs. T. C. Baird is expected home
today after a month's visit, to her
brothers at San Antonio, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Terrell, of
'West Point, are spending the day in
the city.
Mrs. T. W. Hardy has returned
from a week's visit to Mr. and Mrs.
Orman Kimbrough in Greenwood.
Byron W. King.
I. I. and C. has as its attraction
this week, one of the most
distinguished entertainers on the
.platform of today. Not only is he
'one of the greatest of readers and
, literary interpreters but is a mas-
ter m scripture reaaing, matting a
life time study of the poetry of the
Bible and Spiritual dramatization.
I The public generally are invited
as the guests of the Y. W. C A.
to his opening sacred recital The
Uplifted Christ Sunday, March 17,
college chapel, 7:30 p. m.
When the war is over, boys,
Just take a tip from me;
There will be no German submarines
A-diving through the sea.
The Fatherland is Kaiser Bill,
The guy we are going to lick.
We will have a brand-new Kaiser,
And that sume will be a Milk.
The police force now in Berlin
Will bo Micks from County Clare;
And we will put a brand-now Kaiser
In that palace over tht-re.
In every German parkway
You will see a sweet colleen,
And the waiving fields of sauerkraut
Will be trimmed with Shamiock
No sauerkraut nor sausage
When the Dutchman drink? his
suds ;
They will get corned beef and cab
bage, And good old Irish spuds.
No Long Tom guns nor gas bombs
We will throw them all away.
They will have to use shilalys
Or bricks of Irish clay.
(They will wear no Iron Crosses;
Sure 'tis Shamrocks they will wear
When we put a brand-new Kaiser
In the palace over there.
A Bov in the Navy.
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00008000000 00000
RATES .One cent a word per issue.
No advertisement taken for less than
26 cents the first time.
FOR SALE Buick Six. Wffl take
horse and buggy or Ford car in
trade. Address Box 623 or phone
39G. 2t.
WANTED To giv a horse a
good home for three or four month?.
Call E. H. Slaughter Floral Co.,
Phone 21C-J. 2t.
FOR SALEUnknown sorghum
seed. $4.00, per measured bushel.
Telephone 286-Y or apply to G. F.
Jones, R. F. D. 1, Steens, Miss.
FOR SALE Single combed
Rhode Island Rods. Best winter
layers. Eggs $2 per setting cf fif
teen. J. M. Moody, R F. D. 1, Ar-tesia.
00 H. P. Boiler in good second hand
condition, to stand about 125 pounds
working pressure. , Address P. O.
Box 512. Columbus, Miss. 4t.
FOR RENT Store building near
M. and O. depot. Best location in
city for general store. C. B. Love'1,
t. f.
Arienate of Lime at an Intecticide.
The Missouri College of Agricul
ture suggests the use of calcium arse
nate (arsenate of lime) as an insec
ticide in place of Paris green or arse
nate of lead. It has the advantage
of being much cheaper and of stick
ing on the plants even better than
arsenate of lead. Like arsenate of
lead, it is a slow poison, and to make
it act more quickly the college sug
gests that a small amount of Paris
green four ounces to fifty gallons i
of solution be added. Spraying ma-!
terials generally are high, but so are j
fruits and vegetables, and spraying i
will pay now as well as ever before.
Southern Agriculturist.
FOR RENT Three rooms, kitch
en and bath room. Garden and
stable if desired. Mrs. John Snell,
403 South Seventh street. Phone
WANTED Every one o know
we do high grade of kodak finishing.
Prompt service. Mail orders prompt
ly returned. Hanna's Art Studio,
Columbus, Miss.
STRAYED Sunday.March 3, sor
rell mare with brown mane; spot on
forehead; also a dark bay colt, from
near Nashville Ferry. Reward of
fered for return to Jim Phinizee,
Togo, Miss.
Hog Feed.
Just received car of Quick Fat
, Hog Feed. It will pay you to give
it a trial.
WANTED To rent, a cottage or
an apartment by April 1. Apply to
J. W. Wright, in care of Wright'?
Auto Sales Co.
LOST Gold chain in business
part of town. Reward. Return to
Lide's Drug Store.
WANTED Competent saw mill
foreman and sawyer. Mill near Co-lunibu-.
Lowndes County Lumber
FOR RENT Two furnished
rooms. Can also serve meals. Gen
tlemen preferred. Apply to S. G., in
care of this office.
Modern Piano Tuning and Allied
Arts are among the most highly
specialized professions on earth. No
one but a specialist in this line of
work should be permitted to serve
you in the upkeep of your piano.
Lide's Drug Store.
COTTON SEED To eneourago
the planting of good seed 1 have se
secured from the Delta direct some
and will re
tail same at exact eost as long as
the supply lastr. If you wish any of
these seed, please communicate with
me at once. F. R, Phillips, Phone
WANTED By the Columbus Lum
ber Company 15 to 25 log teams,
good contract and pay twice a month.
Also steel gang men, and log cutters.
Write to us Columbus, Miss., or ap
ply in person, Steens, Miss.
FOR SALE 3-year-old filley.
Good to work or drfve. Call New
York Hide and Leather Co.
25 head of mares and mules for sale
or trade Friday, March 22, 191S
Propst & Co., Columbus, Miss.
FOR SALE By all druggists
C-Nu hair tonic. Gray hair writes
finis on many a woman's career t
forty. . Give this tonic a trial.
FOR SALE More than a thou
sand bushels of velvet heans in
Pceola and Early Speckle varieties.
Buy your seed beans early. J. L.
Walker & Co. 3-17-2t.
WANTED Well rotted fertiliser,
loiner Plant Company, 1115 Third
avenue, north.
WANTED Second hand mower t
and hay rake in good condition. Ad- j
dress Box 554. J
3-14-tf. ;
STOLE V A gold-faced, open
face old styled English watch, key
wind, has name on back. No. 16782.
Has chain with initials on same.
Liberal reward for return of same
to A. Y. Glover, polce department.

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