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Th folfrl mull inrlfa ara fik'l fn iriva nil poxil, m I'-fnnf r.firt'l fo furnl'h Ma fV.llini (hp finmpi of lho'if tvhm wih to ti? fftrollptl fr tli wfirlt. nfh a if rmrtit, Thai f"ir ifnr th ,j htva f'i ftf mrrar arc) ft n l ft." I''m fnnrhinr rii'l 'ha mriilfc fir "My t rolher'i a f.rUnla fnr mni( H' tliiifinf hi Inl vcifb tha lifiya iiar th rn, I'm liiiK my hit with tha fini thl xfflyj I'm tiainifi)? th t'ttU from farm fiii't fifl.l, Mayor and Mm David Cottrall, it I That i rnpr. may f Iotirih and pnrdi'ni fiappaiings in Society Hawkln-Moor Wedding Solemnized. In the presence of only a fc friends and relatives the marriujre of Miss Nancy Moore and Mr. Griffin Hawkins, of Lake Charles, I .a., was rolemnized at 8:30 la. t Monday even inji in New Orleans at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Lyon. The home wan artisticly decorated for the occasion in smylax, ferns and cut flowers. The ceremony which was very r,veet and imprewuve was Paid t;. Rev. Bradshaw. The hride was ch.irminir in he traveling suit of navy hluc with pray accessories. Immediatedly after the weddinr the happy couple left for a fortniivht's visit to the coast towns. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. E. S. Moore of this city, anj hrt i always been one of our most pop ular and beloved girls. She graduat ed from the I. I. and C, in 1917 and is an extremely cultured and accon- Wr-nt I'oirit, tntartainad for their daughtf r and v'ral houatfuta at a dinner at KoloU Spring lent Sun day, and had with them on the oc casion a Inrga number of tha office m from Tayne Field. Other invited wera Mr. and Mr. Nelson Hutchinson and Mr. E. N. Hutchinson. The af fair was a most enjoyable on. I Taylor-Thiiraton Wadding Thi. Week. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Thurston, o' Minneapolis, Minn., announce the en Kagement and approching marriage of their daughter, Stella, to Mr. Williarr R. Taylor, of Columbus, Miss. The weddinpr will take place on the even ng of June 19, at 8:30 o'clock, at the home" of the bride. . -...-. . .'.'.. W Miss Weenonah Poindexter spent two days the first of the week in Co lumbus before going to A. and M. Col- yield j For we mul answer Oia nntion'a rn And our abundance rrph-nish all." m- - "We're marching shti rs," Another and wives, Hack of our soldiers, brave arid true, Giving our strength as they give their lives, Marching under the red-white-and blue, For us, they are holding the foe at bay, But we're holding behind, every step of the way, Our men to nurse, and to clothe, and to feed, We're marching on with the nation'? . need." By Carolin Ticknor, of th? Vigilan tes, i - . . Sketch of Capt. Payne. The following item from the . i i i 1 t f 1 i i mm piianea gin. ner nunarens oi irienui regret to lent n that she will leave Co- lege, where she will teach piano in the j Official Bulletin, a government pub lumbus to make her home elsewhere hummer normal and direct the week-1 lication, giving a sketch of Capt. D. Mr. Hawkins is prominent both po ed concerts. Many music teachers I t. Payne, the gallant voting ofrire lltieaily and socially in Lake Charier the State have gone to the A. and from whom Payne Aviation Field, at when- he resides. He is congratulat M- for tnis course, and among them West Point, is named, will be read ed in winning the hand and heart of are many lrmer graduates or tne I. with considerable interest by many i i dear Nancie Moore. i. ana o. a a a 0 0 0 Lieut. W. W. Westmoreland, Jr., of The active committee of the Home I Camp Beauregard, leaves tomorrow Service section of the Red Cross is I for Alexandria, after a short visit very fortunate in securingtheseryicea I to his parents, j. of Airs. Irr. L. Gapton and Mrs. Henry Johns. On account of their interest in community welfare "and progress ive war woA-, they will prove valuable members. , 0. Miss Edna Scott left Thursday for Tuscaloosa, where she goes to take of our readers: "Payne Field, West Point, Miss. named after Capt DeWitt J. Payne, who died Feb. 1, 1918, from injuries received in an aeroplane accident. Capt. Payne was born in South Bend, Ind. Upon graduation from the School of Military Aeronautics, at special work at the Univeisity of the University of Illinois, he was corn- Alabama. Big Camps Have Bell Service The Bell Telephone System has supplied complete tele-1 phone service for I lie National Army Cantonments, National Guard Camps and Aviation Fields. Each has been equipped with a complete telephone system consisting of a switchboard and a modern cable distributing plant, .md supplied with especially trained switchboard operators.' Long stretches of open wire and cables jcontaining from fifty to one hundred pairs of wires furnish trunking and toll fa cilities to nearby cities. Where the camps are remote from any large town or city, toll switchboards have been installed. Telephone equipment which under normal conditions would require from nine to ten months to manufacture was manufactured and installed in less than four months, to meet the military needs of the Nation. Help Win the War; Conserve the Nation' Resource and Lay Up Something for Emergencies by Buying War Savings Stamps missioned as first lieutenant, and was ordered to duty at Washington, with the schools division. Later he was sent to Hazlehurst Field, Mineola, L. I., for instruction in flying. He pass ed his reserve military aviation test on October 1(5, and continued at Mineola as a member of the Staff. On October 2flrd, he was Captain, and on December 11, he was oVdercd to Tidliaferro Field, Fort Worth, Texa?, where he remained un til his death." ' $ 0 Mrs. D. D. Griffin has returned from Helena, Ark., where she attend ed the weddim; of her brother, Dr. Grady Eubank, who with his bride will arrive in the city today to spend n short time hire "fK '"''itu'cs. s. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Johnston, Mis ses Nell Carterl and Louise Morgan and Lieut. L. C, Flynn motored to West Point Friday evening for-the Officers' dance at Payne Field. a The recital to have been given las week by Miss Anna tiaird under th instruction of her teacher, Mrs. F. R Siinms, was postponed until Wednes day afternoon at 5 :30 o'clock. , Little Miss Mary Adelide Mc Cullough will entertain her friends a a lawn party on Tuesday afternoon from 4:30 to 6 on the campus of fh I. I. and C. Miss Suaie Will Gunter, who har been spending the year at Columbia University, is being welcomed back tr the city. Mtes Gunter while away re ctived her M. A. degree. 0 Miss Rebecca Hardy is spending several days in the city the giest o' Mrs. J. Allison Hardy and Miss Elea nor Steele. a Mr. H. E. Williams and Mr. John Williams, of Itta Bena, are the guests of Dr. and Mr3. J. D. MeCullough. is The Govt rnmrnt Allows I'otjfilalni to (;t? HQt oi Ti tit Suunr Sup, ly i STREETS FOUNT Will lUe Only 3.H Percent Hf' iia't ft larifli.j ,t lifi ht ifi -third wM aiijf af, lri U Ur i,t m Mgh jff d n nyftip IhU ftf, liy fount .f f'ffM'a than ,li,t will If ImI.ImI l f ifilinj I , fVMl.a MTi fii,jh 'J'Mf dfiflll. lint ,v rVijr In mnW .Slr.at'f flt'iija, gf),j ff , i, r,f,J y any rirrMapy for J C(ifi- llf.tiifiif fh fri'ifiK f,f nif if,nlnf SMKrfflfVrH f,r ilrpfivinif t'i fcMt'f f th- iiiffiffni Mffial dlirrita na f,ftvf hrn tli ( rmr jr jn O f fif. So ato Ayohl" any MUuncle Mtandjng lifKi?!?-!.?. JefVn f ShfthfU, ami othf r Dclicacii s at Our t'ountaTn Vaw WofUoom af tka Surgiml Drait Inn Departmant. The department of urg!ral drea ing Is rejoicing in Its airy, attractive, commodious quarters at the S, I). Lee High School. A large basement room has been set apart for the workers who had outgrown their crowded room elsewhere. They now have an ideal place wifh bright, cream-tinted walls, splendid tables of different sizes, and rows of windows open to the breezes. Under the cap able supervision of Mrs. Landrum, a group of enthusiastic women, wearing the uniform of the order, meet day after day, and prepare the dressings which must conform jjn the min utect detail to government require ment'.. Great casc3 of supplis sent to Division Headquarters during the passing months testify to their abil- ty, energy and careful observance of directors. The enlarged , workroor gives opportunity to use additional workers in this department. It hoped that there will be other volun teen for this special branch which ha3 a busy period ahead of it. The hours are from nine until twelve in die morning; from two until five o'clock in the afternoon, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thurs days. Pa- All Work mut be Completed by Thursday, the 20- On account of a plan to re-arrange the system of work, the Gulf Division !ia3 issued a circular calling for the shipment of all work from all the de partments as early as possible. The local Chapter will therefore make a complete shipment next week, and urges that all individuals and auxl- :8rics, having garments of any kind for the Red Cross, will finish them and send them to Headquarters not later than Thursday the 20. Please remember the date, and see that your work by its prompt dtlivry is included in the shipment. Fl Fine Clerical Work of Volunteers. That the clerical part of the Chap ter's work has been despatched so ex pertly and1 accurately is a tribute to Miss Ida Fienstein, Mrs. Baldwin, Miss. Ellis and others who Jiave vol unteered their services : and given their time generously to the claims of business. The volume of correspond ence, of general busintss, is nec essarily large. It has been looked after promptly and efficiently. Pa Meeting of Executive Committee' At an intererting meeting of the Kxe-utive Committee recently, it was announcd that 107 new names had been added to the Chapter's mem bership, and three auxiliaries had be come branches. Several important committee appointments were made. MEET AND TREAT AT n. STREETS COLUMBUS' OLDEST 0RU6 STORE 0 D VARDAMAN DESERTS HIS CONSTITUENTS ""'-intinued from nage on.i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated PaintUpl CUan Up! . See my work done recently on the Ayres home and Aldridge home Pure lead and oil. J. M. Garner painter. Clever Fox Sparrow. The fox sparrow prides himself, doubtless, because he Is bigger than most of hti American brothers, lie is only a bit of a bird, at that, but soug sparrow, white-throat, grass finch and a dozen or so of the others doubtless look on their fox-couted relative's ad dltloual inch as an ell, with something thrown in for good measure. The junco, the little slate-colored snowbird, a sparrow after his kind also, fre quently accompanies the fox sparrow on his travels. There is a suspicion which is hard to lose that the fox spar row Jaunts along with the junco solely to make his own soug secure among the acknowledged melodies, for the Junco, while an Insistent performer, pipes an attenuated tune. California Has Jap Village. Few people realize that In the United States there Is a village composed en tirely of Japanese, who live their Nve Just as they did before leaving the Flowery kingdom. This quaint spot of interest is north of the long pier, a mile from Santa Monica, Cal. Here Is the home of a number of Japanese fishermen. Their native dress, food a3 a consequence the south lost mil- ions; that record shows that although we"had then taken more insult3 from the nations at war than our fore fathers of '76 when they rose in bat tle, yet Mr. Vardaman was consist ently fighting our appropriations for preparing his country for defense; it shows his vote against arming our merchant ships at a time when the lives of our citizens were being ruth lessly destroyed on the high seas of Germany ; it shows his vote against the declaration of war; his vote against drafting our army, when he had Jefferson and Washington for it that the draft army was the only wav an army of immediate use could be raised in great numbers; it shows . . ., : kill o his vote against ine espionage bill to keep'harmony in timu of war; it finally shows'that Senator Varda man is out of step with the greatest thinkers, statesman and business men n the nation. Surely Mr. Vardaman has not been right and tne ninety anu nine wrong in each of the above in stances. Time has shown the falsi ty of his position on these momentous questions, and if Mr. Vardaman had been' able to impress his views in every case successfully Germany would no doubt now be demanding spoils, flesh and blood of this repub lic. His record has been consistently obstructive. Our country would be nearer a triumphant victory today if Mr. Vardaman and his kind had never seen the United States Senate. "In the face pt that record, not isking to be excused for any error or misjudgmnnt on his part, Mr. Var daman said Jn October,, ' 1917,' 'I have no apologias to make, for I say to you that if it were all to do over again I Bhould do just as I have done.' "Do you think Mr. Vardaman was irompted by patriotic sentiments in his consistent opposition to the ad ministration? "Mr. Vardaman, was prompted by patriotic motives and attempt to de fend his position, but I tell you there are thousands and hoikands, from school children to Civil War veterans in Mississippi who have a different brand of patriotism; a patriotism; a patriotism that demands reparation for every insult to the flag; demands co-operation in every branch of our government in time of war; de mands that our national spokesman reflect in their records the spirit o the times through which we are pass ing and have passed, which spirit ha3 been, exemplified by a great majority of our public men, toiled to maintain the honor of our country and our flag that by right ought and will con tinue to be fanned by the breeze of every sea. "Yes, I shall support Pat Harrison because he has th.i courage, ability and sagacity to foresee our future needs, and beside his brilliant record before the war, has stood with ninety and nine of our greatest men dur ing the trying times before and since the war was declared. Pat Harrison has a racord of progressive and con structive statesmanship ; a man whom his co-laborers admire and repect; his views on the - great national issues have been those of a majority of his party. As our senator he will be a credit to the State of Mississippi." oooDooaooooooanoo o o Q CLASSIFIED O 0 -, ADVERTISEMENTS O 0 D O0O0aD000D0D0DOCt CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES One cent a word per issue. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents the first time. FOR SALE Twenty-five pound capacity, small refrigerator; not fine, but serviceable. A genuine bargain at $3.50., Call Commercial. ' WANTED Two rooms, nicely fur nished with bath. Apply to x-2 in care of this office. FOR RENT Store house No. 314 Main street, formerly occupied by Southern Phosphate Company. Ap ply to Jesse P. Woodward, 519 Main street, or phone 531. FOR SALE Desirable lot next to postoffice. Will sell cheap. Tele phone 281. 5-l9tf. WANTED We have buyers for several small prairie farms; ranging from 160 to 320 acres. Price must be right. Address Williams and Harris, Berea, Ky. FOR SALE An opportunity to buy 4 acres of rich land within the city limits, which can be worked at idle time; would support a family. C. P. Sherrod. 6-9-lmo WANTED Two desirable rooms and board, conveniently located. Ad ress T. 0. G., in care of this office. WANTED To buy direct from owner 160 to 240 acres, in Black Belf that will grow Alfalfa. W. B. Harris, Berea, Ky. FOR KENT: Ten-room residence on College street, two blocks West of I. I. and C. All modern conveniences. $30 per month. Apply to R. J. Gunter. WANTED Good reliablo steady boy or man, one who can run Ford car and care for same. Good position for right party. L. B. Divelbiss. Wind's Vlnrlu. it bus been estimated that a gentle fishermen. Their native aress, iwu rowenui rymp. rind travels about five miles per hour, and the dally routine of their lives Tour heart U a very busy organ, a bll. wind about 30 to 45 miles per are carried out as though the little vll- While you breathe once It beats four i,, i ,,...r),.., en t inn I i0, on th far shore of Ntppoa. times. At each beat It sends lour miles per hour. The velwity of the FOR SALE Having been called to the army will sell my car. A bar gain. Same to be seen at Wright's Garage. C. A. Burdine 6-2-3t. FOR SALE A fine Jersey cow; just fresh. Valley Farm, Telephone 261-R , St. FOR SALE 1917 five-passenger Ford, in good condition. L. E. Lide. -FOR SALE. One dining room, large refrigera tor; one solid mahogany dining ta ble, with capacity extetttlons any length to eighteen feet; one concert Grand piano In good condition. I have no use for these Items and will sell them for cash, or good notes on time; or will take an or dinary cow, not too old, and fresh at pall, for either at respective val uations. , W. D. Humphries. 6-2-lmo. Natural Feminine Thought Rescuer (to drowning woman) "Now. madam, don't struggle and we are safe; the lake is as clear as a mir ror, and " Drowning Woman "Oh. let me look In It I I think my back halt Is coming down 1" earth on Its own axis exceeds, It Is be lieved, 1,000 miles mi hour.- Tbe ve locity of the earth ii round the turn Is calculated to be Cfl.000 miles per hour, and the velocity of the nioou to be 2, 273 miles per hour. I, 0000000000D0OOtl0O.- 0 MONEY TO LEND a -0 LONG Ok SHORT TIME a 0 LOW RATE OF INTEREST 0 rn s.nwiava r to be seen the native ! nonnds of Wood through your vetn Bnrts f the Japanese. The geisha . and arteries. The weight of the clr- gtrls serve tea and bonbons to-vlsltors, etlating Mood ts 29 pounds. When you ,'0 STURDIVANT, OWEN AND B while the young men display meir run your. legs mm omer iuim jj CARNETT prowess at wrestling, Jlu-Jltsu and b.Mly need more blood, so your heart ATTORNEYS AT LAW B other Oriental pastlmea-Los Angeles must pump faster.-1'opular Science ooDBi 0 10 0 5 0 0 0 0 Times -i Monthly.