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Where Your Money Goes WE are now building more naval and merchant ships than ,we have constructed in the last generation. We are building a vast fleet of air plaines, and enormous supplies of ar tillery, motor trucks, machine guns, rifles and ammimition. We are feeding, clothing and training-an army of a million men, and preparing for a mil lion moire. W have The mind can hardly conceive the sums required for our war preparations. Yet penditures I We must win the war quickly if possible; we must carry it on for years if necessary. ' We must do the job with American thoroughness, let the cost be what it may, i Remember, when you invest in your Liberty Bonds, that there is immediate, urgent, imperative need for every dollar you can spare. This Space Paid for and Contributed by Lowndes Countv Lumber Co. Hofran Lumber Comnanv G. M. Flynn oaoaaooooDooooooo 0 D 3 CLASSIFIED 0 0 ADVERTISEMENTS O j CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING I HATES One cent a word per issue. T No advertisement taken for less than -5 cents the first time. WANTED Every one to know wo do high grade of kodak finishing. Prompt sen-ice. . Mail orders prompt-' ly returned. Hanna's Art Studio, Columbus, Miss. WANTED By the Columbus Lum ber Company 15 to 25 log teams, S;c od contract and pay twice a month Also Bteel gang men, and log cutters. ! Write to us Columbus, Miss.f or ap ply in person, Steens, Miss. STOLEN A gold-faced, open face old styled English watch, key j the planting of good-seed I have se wind, has name on back. No. 16782. i gecured from the Delta direct some Has chain with initials on same, j ADAIR lonfr staple and ' WANA Liberal reward for return of same ( MAKER-CLEVELAND and will re A. Y. G!nvr, pnW department ' tr'! rme Pt fr("t ent n" Ion" 3-17-tf ! the supply last. If you wish any of FOR SALE Rhode Island eggs for $1.00 per setting of 15. Also loaned billions of .YV..' are absolutely Columbus Lumber Company Bell Lumber & Mfg. Company AS PART OF THEIR CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS WINNING THE WAR. ave ew bushels f Wright's Proli- fic Seed Corn for sale. J. G. Wood, R. F. D. 2, city. xir wttvt w 4. t i:it J. "7 ,. 7 1 uttmg and hauling four million j feet near Columbus, or will con- tract cutting only Lowndes Coun-1 ty Lumber Co. FCR RENT Rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Also will trade a gas :;tove for a second hand oil stove. Apply to 1021 Main street. DUROC JERSEY PIGS "The Old Defender" blood, none better. Dif- ferer.t ages. Telephone 261-J, or write Hutchinson's Farms. R. F. I). 5, Columbus, Miss. 3-20-1 mo. COTTON SEED To encourage ; these seed, please communicate with me at once. F. P. Phillips, Phone 395. dollars to our allies to be spent: in the United States. From the shipyards of the Pacific to those of the Atlantic; on our farms and in our mines, mills and factories in every State in the Union; back of the firing lines in France, where men are training, camps are being erected and railroads built, billions upon billions are being expended for labor, for trans portation, for materials and supplies of every description. essential ' - - FOR RENT Store house No. 314! Main street, formerly occupied -by Southern Phosphate Company. Ap- ply to Jesse P. Woodward, 519 Main street, or thone 531. FOR SALE A mule, milch cows, and Duroc-Jqrsey hogs, all ages and Wunds, for sale. J. R. Vaughn, Steens, Miss. . 4 7 2t. WANTED 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 Ry all druggists C-.Vu hair tonic. Gray hair writes finis on many a woman's career nt forty. Give this tonic a trie!. S.-3-17-tf. ' 1 ' FOR RENT Three rooms, kitch en and bath room. Garden and stable if desired. Mrs. John Snell, 403 South Seventh street. Phone 461. of money these ex - - FOR RENT Store, building ne?.r:Mrs. A. B. Funderburk, Mrs. Charles M. and 0. dopot. Best location in pity for general store... C. B. Love'!. t. f. FOR SALE Unknown sorghunr 44 no r a,,,r..,i 1 Telephone 285-Y or apply to G. F Jone3, R. F. D. 1, Steens, Miss. WANTED One white family to work share crop. Prairie land, al ready broken. Address by let .er at once to T. R. Dashiell. R. F. I). 1 City. Notice. i FOR RENT One 5-room house ! w;th garden and all conveniences on Main street near Southern depot. Apply to Mrs. M. Runcnnr.n. 4-4-tf nr ft v-wt-t-v . Tt i i wAir.u-age nana lor ian.i work. Man with wife preferred or a man who could board himself. Ap py to G-2 care this office. FOUND A purse contair.in? money in local postoffice. Owner can have same by applying at post - office, identifying same, and pnying for this advertisemert. DECORATION DAY ON NEXT FRIDAY GRAVES OF CONFEDERATE VET ERANS TO BE DECORATED AT CEMETERY. Dot oration I 'ay w ill be observed :.et Frldav. A nril ul i in i'h- aft. rrmmi iir.l.T lb,. nn't. nf 2UI.-P A'l'S I -ham Ilurr'.si.n Camp, U. C. V.. Stephen I). I if Chuoicr, V. V. V. f.iu! Gallic Harrison Sykes Chapter, l ii'.M re n of the Confc lenu y. The parade will form promptly at 4 :.".(" o'clock ami proceed to the cemetery. The following Sons ofVet 'f'ro will :ict fir, mashiils: ('apt. T. 11. Sharpe, Mr. W. P. llarrircton, Mr. Chn. F.vanr, Mr. Will Evar.r, Mr. Carey Cocke, Mr. Henry Gunter. Vo have grounds cleaned up: Mri. K. T. Sykes, chairman; .Mrs. John Snell, Mr?. U. C. P.etts Mrs. J O. Hanks. To see that 'soldiers graves in eraeL-ry are in order: Mrs. J. I. Sturlivant, chairman; Mrs. Annie Gunter, Mrs. R. R. lianks, Mrs. G. Dempster, Mrs. Z. P Lnndrum, Mrs. R. Gunter, Misa Ida Flemming. To deoonte monument in court The jrrand jury impnnnelled for '.ht spiinir term of circuit court for Lowndes county adjourned Thurs day after having been in session only four days, and that the county is in a most salutary condition is evinced by the fact that only 12 indictments were returned. There has been very little lawlessness in the county dur ing the past few month, and the beginning of the term found the lo cal jail practically empty Court took a recess yesterday morning and will reconvene tomor row moraine:. For several years past the people of the county have shown an increas ing respect for the statutes and the number of crimes committed has steadily decreased. There is no doubt of the fact that the uniform man ner in which the statutes are being obeyed is due largely to stringent prohibition laws enacted by national house square: Mrs. I). F. Robertson, chairman; Mrs. V. C. Beard,' Mrs. Z. P. I.andrum, Mrs. Leopold Loeb, Mrs. F. C. Owen, Mrs C. M. Ottley, Mrs. F. M. Leieh, Mrs. Fannie Loeb, Mrs. Will OUley, Mrs. Dabney Lips comb, Mrs. Frank Rosier. To decorate the monument: Miss Fannie Worlhington. chairman ; Mrs. It. C. Rett; Mrs. VV. W. Westmore land, Sr., Mrs. Y W Humphries, Mrs. L, J. Whitfield. Mrs. Sue Cham bers, Mrs. Sue Hudson, Mrs. Lutie Prooland, Mrs. 0. R. Griffin, Mrs. W. F,. Richard, Mrs. Warren Gardner, Mrs. Win. I)urd' Mrs. T. II. Henry, Mis; Lucy Lowery. To decorate monument In South ern section: Mrs. Archie Preast, chair man; Mrs. G. W. Poyd, Mrs. Peverly Matthew, Mrs. T. A. Stinson, Mrs. Robert Mann, Mrs. L. A. Vaughan, Mrs. E. P. Wilkinson, Mrs, W. D. Sanders, Mrs. V. Weaver, Mrs,. Ed Franks, Miss Jennie Vaughn, Miss Cornelia Hudson. Music committee: Mrs. B. K. Ses ums, chairman; Mrs. J. T. Searcy, Mrs. Jeie Walker, Mn. Geo. Sher man, Mrs. F. A. Lincoln, Mrs. Sarah Sheffield, f.Irs. F. N. Hutchinson, Mrs. Joe Poacher. To place fln:s on graves: Northern section: Mrs. J. T. San ford, chair-ran; Mr. Lvoia Sykes, Mrs. John Childoi', Mrs. T. O. Hur-Mr-. W'!l Evans. Mrs. M. B Pat-ter-'on, Mrs. Mirrir, Miss Ella Sher rod. Section 2: Mrs. William Brooks, chairman; Mrs. Willis Banks, Mrs. T. J. Locke, Jr., Mrs J M. Morgan, Mrs. M. C. Vandiver, Mrs. S. D. Har ris, Mrs. Lnura Patterson, Mrs. G. Y. Banks, Miss Anna Banks. Section 3: Mrs. T. J. Locke, Sr., chairman; Mrs. Luta Breland, Mrs. M. C. Cottner, Mrs. Eliza Peters, Mrs. John Snell, Miss Lily -Gregory, Miss Elise Moore. Section 4: Mrs. L. M. Hatchett, chairman; Mrs. B. L. Owen, Mrs. R. R. Banks, Mrs. J. I. Sturd.vant, I Mrs. Wm. Pope, Mrs. Claude Ayres, Evans, To make bouquets for Veterans: Mrs. J. C. Banks, chairman; Mrs. Annie T. Sale, Mrs. B. L. Owen, flirs- J- 'IiPs. r -n"'" man, Mrs. Willis Garth, Mrs. Wdlis Harris, Mrs. Lee Caine, Mrs. B. A. Lincoln, Mrs. Ed Bader, Mrs. Willis Hanks, Mrs. J.R. Maxwell Mrs. J. T. Harrison, Mrs. J. W. Garth, Mrs. S. B. Hudson, Mrs. M. B. Patterson, Mrs. II. F. Fimrall, Mrs. C. L. Lin coln, Mrs. W. C. Richards, Mrs. R. E. Johnston, Mrs. Jesse Walker, Mrs. Eugenia Moore, Mrs. M. C. Vandi ver, Mrs. C. II. Ayres, Mrs. W. B. Hamilton, Mi-??. Mary Stokes, Miss Mary Garth, Miss Bettie Whitfield, Miss Augusta Svke. There ladies are requoFtcd to make three bou quets each and send those on the North side of Main street to Miss j Fannie Harri, at Gov. Harrison's resident and on the South side to Miss Katherine Beard at Mr. Henry Beard's residence. The bouiuet3 will be presented to flin trrnt hv the Cflllie Harri son Sykcs Chapter, Children of the i Confederacy: Wm Fannie Harris r0n. Miss Willetta Gardner. Miss Elizabeth Love, Miss Julia Harrell, DRAFTED NEGRO WRITES LETTER TO SHERIFF Sheriff Willi jm: Biuk Tahh says to tell you that Ii - is getting along fine out here, lit is still her? and from all account ho will be kept I . re. He i i a good man ami in alwa . on the j ib. Put this where the ot icr boys c;n see it. They like him so well here that they will not let him go. He is a good nigger. He has got to be the buck ard wing dancer of this end of the ramP- H ay he ii going to ret h.s picture taken anil will send you one. If the reft of the boys will work like I am working in the army we w ill win the war quick. I would rather be here with Uncle f'.am now as the war is going on than to be at home as I feel it my duty to my country to do all that I can to help win the war. We had a fellow that came here that wanted to join the "B" company. He wanted to " B" here when the hoys came, and want ed to "B" here when they come back, but they shipped him off; I seed to shipped him off. Please sir, read this to the boys or put it in the papers where they can hear it read. They want to get that "B" company out of their head and get into the army and work and help get the Kaiser quick. Buck Tabb is a good men in the army he make good every place they put him. Give this to Mister Randell after you gets done reading it. I know that he will be glad to know that Buck Tahb is getting along fine and making a good soldier here. Buck Tabb is over 500 men and he is on the job all of the time. Best regards Mister Williams. Write me a letter soon as I likes to hear from you. BUCK TABB. Address me lfith Co., 4 th Train ing Battalion, 162nd Depot Brigade, Camp Pike, Arkansas. Book 3ant to Camp Shelby. The committee in charge, of the 'American Library Association cam paign (jfor fbooks for soldiers and sailors in Columbus is pleased tb re port that the five hundred good books so generously donated by the College and public have been sent to the Camp Shelby library. The 0.. M. C. Minstrel men, who gave a performance in the college chapel on the 15th kindly offered to take the two large boxes of books in their private ear, thus saving us the freight charges. Quito a nice col lection of books will soon be packed and shipped from hera to the front line trenches in France. Gifts for this box wil be gratefully receiv ed at the I. I. and C. library. Co lumbus in doing her share in the Library War Service effort as in every other patriotic movement. MISS LEVY, Campaign manager. Notice. All persons who wish to rent rooms or furnish meals to college teachers during session of 1918-19 will please write, giving full parti culars, to Housing Committee, Facul ty Club, I. I. and C. It. WANTED Position by young lady. Clerical work preferred. Have 'good references. Address P. 0. Box 520, Columbus, Miss. 4-22-2t. v NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to all pros pectie candidates to be voted for in the next primary election that the law makes it mandetory to file with the chairman of the Executive Com mittee notice of intent to become a candidate and for what office; on or before the first Monday in May 1918. All absent qualified electors in the military service"of the United States will be furnished with voting blanks upon application: and failure to pay a poll tax will not operate against such absent electors if otherwise en titled to vote. A meeting of the Executive Com mitte is called to meet on Monday, May tho Cth. E. R. SHERMAN, Chairman, R. E. MAIION, Secretary. April 22. 2t. NOTICE OF ELECTION. A Democratic primirary is hereby called to be held on Tuesday, May 28, 1918, in the marshaU'a office at the city hall for the purpose of nom inating a mayor, six councilmen for the City of Columbus, Miss., and four trustees for the Columbus School District. Candidates must announce and pay fee to secretary thirty days before election. By order of the Municipal Execu tive Committee. T. J. LOCKE, Chairman, GEO. 0. SENTER, Secretary. We the undersigned will close our offices each Thursday afternoon, on and after April 11, until further notice. Cases ol emergency will have proper attention. W. C. EUBANKS, P. L. BERRY, GEORGE L. DOWDLE. - D. D. GRIFFIN. Harper's Bazar, J3.00 a year. Jack Senter. Phone 184. Miss Margaret Evelyn Caine, Miss June Powers Lindamood. Mis Kath erine Beard, Miss Roberta Hays, Miss Mary Hays, Miss Laaries War injr. Miss Jane Terry, Mi9S Pauline Morris, Miss Annie C. Mayfield. - -- -' - t'ilT Firtt PrbyWriaa Church. R. Excell Fry, Pastor. Sunday, April 21. 9:30 The Sunday School. 1 1 :00 Morning worship. Ser- mon: "Jesus and Jerusalem." I.uk 19:41. 7:30- Evening Service er csl.i mon: "The Garden of Life." (, 2:15. 1 Firtt MethodiM Church Today. Preaching at the II o'clock hour by the pastor. Subject "Je-iuj With Us." Evening service at 7:30. Subject "David' Reason For Optimism." The membership of the church er pected, others invited, cordially and '.tncerely, to all our services. LOST REWARD Oval shaped Coral cameo brooch surrounded with about 3 small pearls. Lost some where on South Market street be tween M.iyfield's and tho PostofnVe. Suitable reward will be paid ' re mrned to Mrs. Frank D. Eilii ft VI rs. Peaeher's. MULE FOR SALE OR TRADE For good brood mare; 6 years old, 16 hands high. Cabbage and tomato plants for sale. Can furnish few more customers with buttermilk and butter. A. J. Fuqua, Phone C80. 3-2 1-1 mo. oaooooieaoooooooooo 0 MONEY TO LEND 0 0 LONG OR SHORT TIME 0 0 LOW RATE OF INTEREST 0 0 STURDIVANT, OWEN AND 0 0 CARNETT 0 0 ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 0 oaaaaoooooaoooooo OR, P. L. BERRY DENTIST Office Formerly Occupied by Dr. Wettmoreteni), Sr. TRANSFER TRUNKS HAULED to any points in city CAJ-L 687 STONE ARCADE HENRY STONE HAVE YOUR CLOTHES Cleaned and Pressed AT Law's Pressing Club TELEPHONE7S3 HAVE OPENED GROCERY Business at 124 N. Market Street. I will greatly apreciate your patron age. J. I. THVVEATT. E. E. CALLAWAY Lawyei Office First Stat Bank Special Attention Given to Collec tions and Civil Buiinesi. JUST RECEIVED 2,000 cans of HOME GROWN SNAP BEANS, raised by II. A. McShan, on "Sunrise Farm" at r.Vrcher, Ala. For quick sale PRICE 15c. Formerly sold for 20 cents a caa. J. B. SHAW. Cole's Pressing Club Clothes Cleaned and Pressed Prompt Auto Delivery PHONE 50 CHICHESTER STILUS THK IAMNI KUAN II. A y'.TTt'N Ltdtrtl A" y"" lntM tot A I'liLi in 11.4 m i ..!! iU4li. bn.n,, nk But Knibaa. oilier. Itnv ot rnur lr.-c I- A klf'i i!t.l l-IJ ASl I'd.!.. I r i 8 K .T..W-SK flfiflUUS? W. Hunter Eubanks Dentist Office, First State Bank Bldg. DR. T. H. HENRY Phone 21. I Office hours 10:30 to 11:30 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. Residence Phone 189. Office 1st State Bnk Bid.