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TT Li Admi Notice of Election. A mass meeting of the qualified voters of the City of Columbus is hereby called to meet at , the City Hall at 12 o'clock April 15th to se lec temporary Municipal Executive Committee, (Section 6418-6419 Jlemengeray Code). By order of E. R. SHERMAN", Chairman County Executive Com mittee. R. E. MAHON, ' Secretary. OR, P. L. BERRY DENTIST Office Formerly Occupied by Dr. Westmoreland, Sr. TRANSFER TRUNKS HAULED to any points in city CALL 687 STONE ARCADE HENRY STONE Chiropradic Adjustment 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 hsnd adjusting and is not os teopathy but a distinct method based upon the mechanical structure body. A few ques tions for you Do you ever hcve Eye, Ear or Throat Trou ble? Are your Tonsils giving yc i annoyance or is your voice impaired? Investigate my me thod. Have you Rheumatism, Acthma, Bronchitis, Goitre, Dyspepsiai Constipation If so Chiropractic is the answer. Hr.ve you Chronic Headaches, Gall Stones, Malarial or any ot-ier form of Fever? Try Chiropractic. Have you Stom ach, Kk!ny, Heart, Bowel or Bladder Trouble? Have you Female Trouble or Sexual Dis orders? There is no embarrass ment to the patient, and the results are most wonderful. It will piv you to investigate my method, not only stimulates but 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 f charge. Dr. J. G. McLOSKY 401 First State Bank Building Columbus, Miss. Phone 236 It's One i-Sl LL. By the Boys of the Quartermaster Corps, Camp Shelby, Missi. In an Evening of Clean, High-Class Entertainment Headed by MiMEKS ALVDN and AMflMT WOLUAMIS Two of New York's Latest Favorites Big Street siort $l JUST RECEIVED 2,000 cans of , HOME GROWN SNAP BEANS, raised by H. A. McShan, on "Sunrise Farm" at Archer, Ala. For quick sale PRICE 15c. Formerly sold for 20 cents a can. J. B. SHAW. HAVE -OPENED GROCERY i Busires'at 124 N.' Market ' Street I will greatly apreciate your patron age. J. I. THVVEATT. E. E. CALLAWAY Lawyei Officei First State Bank Speci.il Attention Given to Collec- lioni and Civil Business. HAVE YOUR CLOTHES Cleaned and Pressed AT Law's Pressing Club TELEPHONE753 O000OO00000OOOOOOO 0 MONEY TO LEND 0 B LONG OR SHORT TIME 0 0 LOW RATE OF INTEREST 0 0 STURDIVANT, OWEN AND 0 GARNETT O 0 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 00000000000000000 We the undersigned will close our offices each Thursday afternoon, on and nfter April, 11, until further notice. Cases ol emergency will have proper attention. W. C. EUBANKS, P. L. BERRY, GEORGE L. DOWDLE, ' D. D. GRIFFIN. Hog Feed. J'ueI received car of Quick Fat Hog Feed. It will pay you to give it a trial. ROBERTSON & CO. M. and O. Schedule. und 4:03 p. m. 12:20 p. m. 2:45 a. m. und 10:20 a. m. 12:28 p. m. 5:41 p. m. 2:05 a. m. 4:30 a. m. For further particulars call J. R. Watson, Passenger and Ticket Agent CHICHESTER S PILLS I'lll III Itrd i (.Old t..f,iilKV t.m, wnh Wu :,!... Y Tl H etUrr. Rav f fun- v la!.' :kM l'IMI,i''i'' ',f' J '' H.S-'t.t. I..JVS XtUM 1 North 104 Due 120 due 122 due. South 106 due 103 due 105 due 121 due 123 "due Great Big 1 Z I I 1' lv Uo COL LEGE AUDITORIUM Abo (5 Parade Hew EXHIBITS OF SOME WHEAT SAVING BREAD At the present time we are facing a wheat shortage. We must supply our allies with 135,000,000 bushels of wheat from a supply approximate ly normal. We must save this amount from that which we ordinari ly would eat Under normal condi tions each of us eat 216 pounds of flour per year. There will be avail able for us this year, in case we meet our obligations with our allies only 180 pounds. Up to February 1st we had used 108 pounds, or our consumption had been practically normal, so we have only 72 pounds left There are three possible courses open to us; we might not send wheat to the allies, but this is out of the question; we may eat all the wheat up now and then have none left for the last two months; or we may cut down our wheat consumption two thirds and make up the differences with other cereals. The members of the Hoover class at I. I. and C. have been using all the various substitutes in their bread making lessons the past week . In their window exhibit of breads at Pope & Smith's Grocery, one third to one half substitute has been used in each case, thus saving from one to one and a half cups of flour per loaf. Not only do these breads have wheat but vegetable fat' was used in place of lard and syrup was sub stituted for sugar. Standard proportions for one loaf of bread: Liquid (mik and water 3-4 cup Syrup 2 tablespoons Vegetable fat 1 tablespoon Salt 1 teaspoon Yeast 1-4 cake dissolved in ' 1-4 cup water or 1-4 cup of liquid yeast. The Hoover class is under the di rection of Miss Sebastian, of the University of Missouri. Each week a window will be arranged, made up of patriotic dishes selected from the laboratory work done by this class. Placards for the exhibits will be made by the Normal Art Department un der the direction of Miss Barringer. Buy Liberty Bonds Aged Lady Dies. After a long and useful life, Mrs. Nettie Connell, the wife of Mr. J. M. Connell, who resides several miles northeast of Columbus, passed away about 11:30 o'clock Tuesday night. Funeral sen-ices were held at Vaughn's cemetery Thursday af ternoon at 3 oYlock conducted by Rev. W. L. Duren and Rev. T. E. Gregory, of this city. Mrs. Connell was 65 years of age, and had been ill for six weeks when she was called by death. Besides her husband, she is survived by seven children. Card of Thanks We greatly appreciate the many kindnesses shown us in our recent bereavement over the death of our oldest son, Macon Andrew, and wish to thank our friends for same. Z. P. GOOLSBY AND FAMILY. War Savings Stamps will help win the war. Laugh From Start to Finish VL0 La Scenery 0 O 0 0 O 8. a 0OOOOO 0 LUKE M'LUKE SAYS 0 O O 0 Birmingham Age-Herald. O 000000000 0: OOO000 0 About the busiest period in the life of a man is when he lands his best steady job and his first steady girl and is doing all he can to hold both. What has become of the old-fashioned mother who used to call her son "Jamesie?" A man can go to the devil and get back,. But. a '.. ,.wwn can't get a return trip ticket ; v Cripples are excluded of course. But no man who can carry a gun should be carrying a cane. The alaivn clock ,fets a lot of credit for getting folks up in the morning, but wnere woum me blame alarm clock be if mother was not on the job to second the motion made by the alarm clock? Every married woman believes that all other married women are better on" than she is. A man will crawl half a mile on his hands and knees to get revenue when he wouldn't ride a half a block in an auto to do a fvor. We would hate to be able to polish a glass as perfectly as a bartender can do it. We would be afraid that friend wife would expect us to at tend to that sort of thing at home. The woman who can't go out with out having some man flirt with her s usually that kind of a woman. Look out for the man who h;n 'ittle to say about what he has done nnd less to ray about what he is go ing to do. Nobody is going to put nrything over on him. The reason why a man doesn't mind paying $2 and 20 cents war tax to see a show is because he always frisks through his big change to find a dime when the collection is taken up in church. A woman is always willing to throw out past performances and bet that she can select a better hus band for daughter than she did for herself. Young Man Dies. Mr. and Mrs. Z. P. Goolsby, of Caledonia, have the heartfelt sympt thy of many friends in the recent death of their fifteen-year-old son, Macon Andrew. The funeral wa held at 3 o'clock last Sunday after noon from the family residence conducted by Rev. Charles Nelson, the Baptist pastor of Caledonia, and interment took place at Rowan cemetery. The young man was well known in the northeastern section of the county, and his death brought sor row to all of his friends. He had been ill about two weeks before he died. Cole's Pressing Club Clothes Cleaned and Pressed Prompt Auto Delivery PHONE 50 fTT) iirracs 9 New Gags RUSSIAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA COMING Music lovers of Columbus and the contiguous territory are soon to be accorded the privilege of hearing the Russian Symphony Orchestra, which will make two appearances, at the Industrial Institute and College Saturday, April 20, giving a matinee at. 3:30 p. m. and an evening con cert at 8 p. m. The Russian Symphony Orches tra is under the leadership of Modest Altsculer, who is genorally recogniz ed as one of the most brilliant di rectors now before the public and has among Its members many talent ed musicians. The organization is this season featuring patriotic mu sic, and selections of this character will be rendered at both the after noon and evening concerts. In order that all lovers of music in Columbus and neighboring towns may hear this grep.t organization, the prico for both the afternoon and evening concerts has been fixed at the exceedingly low sum of $1.00, which entitles holders to reserved sea's. The seat sale opened at Street's drug store yesterday morn ing, and those who have not already sntured reserved seats are advised to do so without further delay, as the seating epa7 of Pie C(Vlege "Impel is limited, and will doubtless be taxed at both the afternoon and veiling concerts. Buy Liberty Bonds Women of City Sell Liberty Bonds. During the past week the Wo man's Liberty Loan Committee made a house to house canvass to sell bonds and secured subscriptions amounting to $21,000.00. Of this $1,250.00 was subscribed by the W. O. W. through the kindness of Mr. S. L. Caine, who has charge of the money allotted to Columbus to buy bonds for that organization. If there is any one who desires to buy bonds the committee failed to ?ee, please telephone to Mrs. Win. Baldwin, sales manager, or to the chairman of the ward, and they will be glad to call for the subs ration. The Woman's Liberty Loan chair men for Lowndes county ore as fol lows: Mrs. H. F. Simrall, eoujhty chairman; Mrs. F. P. Phillips, vice chairman; Mrs. Wm. Baldwin, sales manager; Mrs. D. T. Gaston, first ward; Mrs. L. H. Shapiro, second ward; Mrs. J. W. Slaughter, third ward; Mrs. E. F. Griffin, fourth ward; Mrs. R. E. Johnston, fifth ward; Mrs. W. W. Durden, sixth ward; Miss M. E. Tuttle, at I. I. and C; Mrs. Grady Bctts, Cale donia; Mrs. R. A. Hickman, Steens; Mrs. G. P. Waller, Crawford; Miss Mary Garjh, Mayhew; Mrs. Gano Johnron, R. 6; Mrs. F. M. Vaughan, R. 4; Mrs. W. R. McPherson, R. 2; Miss Jennie Lee Brownlee, Star Route; Mrs. W. L. Cook, Artesia. Buy Liberty Bonds Price of Ice Reduced. A slight reduction in the price .of ice will take effect as soon as the Columbus Ice and bottling Works can get in a new lot of ice tickets. They will then have 15 cent tickets which will be sold so that family trade will get 25 pounds of ice for 12 1-2 cents. There will be no change in -other tickets whatever. Po M New Songs 00000000000000000 O 0 O CLASSIFIED 0 0 ADVERTISEMENTS O O 0 00000000000-500000 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Oqe cent a word per issue. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents the first time. 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. 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. STOLEN A gold-faced, open face old Btyled 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. 3-17-tf Va NTED Competent saw mill foreman and sawyer. Mill near Co lumbus. Lowndes Countv Lumber Co. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms. Can also serve meals. Gen tlemen preferred. Apply to S. G., in care of this office. 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 tri!. R.-3-17-tf. FOR RENT Three rooms, kitch en and bath room, Garden and stable if desired. Mrs. John Snell, 403 South Seventh street. Phone 464. FOR RENT Store building near M. and O. depot. Best location in city for genera! store. C. B. L"ve1Mtail "aaie af- exact cost 83 looe t. f. WANTED TO PURCHASE One 100 H. P. Boiler in good second hand condition, to stand about 125 pounds working pressure. Address P. O. Box 512. Columous, Miss. 4t FOR SALE Unknown sorghum seed. $4 00 per measured bushel. Telephone 285-Y or apply to G. F. Jones, R. F. D. 1, Steens, Miss. WANTED Good boy, honest, industrious and willing to work, food chanco for advancement for the right boy. L. B. Divelbliss Book Storo. WANTED One whits family to work share crop. Prairie land, al ready broken. AdJress by let :er at onco to T. R. Dashiell. R. F. D. 1 City. Notice. FOR RENT On 5-room house with garden and all conveniences on Main street near Southern depot. Apply to Mrs. M. Runcunnn. 4-4-tf FOUNri A purso containing money in pustule. Owner can have same by applying at post office, identifying same, and paying for this advertisement i MULE FOR SALE OR TRADE I For good brood mare; 6 years old, 11 I hands high. Cabbage and tomato J plants for sale. Can furnish few I more customers with buttermilk and ' butter. A. J. Fuqua, Phone (80. 3-21-lmo. FOR SALE--Rhode Island eggs for $1.00 per setting of IS. Also have few bushels of Wright's Proli fic Seed Corn for sale. J. G. Wood, R. F. D. 2, city. WANTED Ton contract timfcer utting and hauling four millioa feet near Columbus, or will con tract cutting only. Lowndes Coun ty Lumber Co. FOR RENT An apartment, of 3 or 4 furnished rooms, for ct or young ladies in business. 314 South Fourth avenue. FOR RENT Rooms, furnished tr unfurnished. Also will trade a f stove for a second hand oil steve. Apply to 1021 Main street. Modern Piano Tuning and Allied Aits are among the most kbrhly specialized professions on earth. No one but a specialist in this line of work should be permitted U serve you in the upkeep of your piano. C. W. MONTGOMERY, Lide's Druj Store. DUROC JERSEY PIGS "The Old Defender" blood, none better. Dif ferent ages. Telephone 281-J,' or write Hutchinson's Farms. R, F. I). , Columbus, Miss. ,V20-lwo. ROOMS FOR RENT Apply to rs. Smith Weaver. Telepheoe 314. COTTON SEED To encourago the planting of good seed I have se ecured from the Delta direct sons ADAIR long staple and W ANA-MAKER-CLEVELAND and will re- 1he supply lasts. If you wish any of .hese seed, please communicate with me at once. F. P. Phillips, Phono 395. MACHINERY ' FOR SALE t Ideal 10 K. W. Direct Current Dyna mo, 115 volts, with sliding base rails ind pulley and rheostat; used less than three months with half load; practically new. $125. 63 4ia tub. 18 feet long at 30c per foot, 110 4 in. tubes, 18 feet long at 30c per foot; 100 3 in. tubes, 19 feet lont at 20c per foot. Address Bos 512. City. 4-4-4t. STRAYED Black short tail sow; with one ear clipped off. Will weigh bout 45 pounds. Finder please noti fy Henderson, in csre of Mr. T. J. Locke, Jr. It. FOR RENT Stors houso No. 314 Main street, formerly occupied by Southern Phosphate Company. Ap nly to Jesse P. Woodward, S19 Main street, or phono 531. I.. 1 FOR SALE A mule, milch rows, and Duroc-Jersey hogs, all ages and kinds, for sale. J. R. Vaughn. Steens, j War Savings Stamp Will Help Wia Tho War.