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ooooOoooooaooooDO AERIAL PORTFOLIO A M I: V I I v 1 i 'V niwfl II-,. -r..-7iSZi- It Will Please Her Lyon'& Healy's Apartment Grand is not excelled in integrity of workmanship and beauty of material and design. In addition to a tone of charming individuality this little Grand possesses features that are not to be found in any other instrument. Your old piano will be taken in exchange at a fair valu ation and you can pay the balance in monthly payments. LIDEE'S DRUG STORE ' Phone 502 Columbus, Miss. CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndo County. To George Prentice. Carson, Post office addresses -and residence, Do Land Florida; John Prentice, Pos;t office address and residence, Camden, New Jersey; Edgar P. Prentice, Pott office address and residence, Caw den, New Jersey; George D. Prentice, Post office address and residence, Camden, New Jersey. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court ' 11 ; County of Lowndes in said State, o.i the 12nd Monday in October 1918, t ) show cause if you can why the f;-.::' account of Robert A. Crr-o-.A'.V.i!'-istsator C. T. A. of the estate o ' Mrs. Virginia C ''. 1 " shouM ; be approved and allowed and sa' i Administrator discharged. This 31st day of July lOlfl. B. A. LINCOLN.Cler'- CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndci County. To John Cheatham,res;d nee un 1 postoffice unknown. You are crn manded to appear ' before tin Chancery Court of the county Lowndes in said State, on th Monday of October A. D. 1918, U defend suit of Bertha Cohn Chea'. ham wherein you aio r defendant. This 31st day of July A. D. 1910 B. A. LINCOLN, Clerk II. L. BAILEY, D. r CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. ' To Elijah Barry, residence and Postoffice unknown. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Lowndes in said State, on the 2 Monday of Oct., A. D. 1918, to defend suit of Susie Barry, wherein you are a defendant. This 10 day of August A. D. 1918. B. A. LINCOLN, Clerk, H. L. BAILEY, D. C. NOTICE TO I'IKLIC. Until further notice our. ambu lance service will be discontinued o i account of converting our horse drawn vehicle into a motor ambu lance. Any emergency work we ca.i handle with our motor hearse if de sired. Will give notide when servir will be continued. Respectfully ' Gunter Bros. CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndea County. To Wm. Terrell Pilkington, whose Postoffice address, and now in France, h Company "C", 30th Infan try, Aiiuiituu EAeiHtlor.ury Force, New York City. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of Lowndes !4 i&v.;; I 9 T M i i l 1 1 J . la1 111 J,.44:;mv'';- 41 V - I T v-- v i i County in said State, on the 2 Mon day of October A. D. 1918, to de fent the suit of Sam M. Irion, where in you are a defendant. - This 16 day of August A. D.' 1918. B. A. LINCOLN, Clerk. CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. To Amanda Randolph, Postoffice address unknown. You are commanded to appear bp fore the Chancery Court of the County of Lowndes in said State, on the 2 Monday of Oct., A. D. 1918, to defend the suit of Joe Randolph, wherein you are a defendant. This 20 day of August A. D.. 1918 B. A. LINCOLN, Clerk, II. L. BAILEY, D. C. TRI STKK S SALK. The State of Mississippi, C.nnity ' Iowndes. By virtue of the power vested nie as Trustee in a certain Deed of Trust, made and delivered on the St'i day of July, 1912, by Nancy John son, Witborn Johnson and wife, Luty Johnson, to secure the payment ta J. T. Wood, of certain Indebtedness, therein mentioned, record of which said Deed of Trust is made in tl..? office of the Chancery Clerk of sai.l County and State, in Chattle Dee.I Book, Numbered 96, Page 4 83, 1 will well at public auction, to tlr. highwt bidder for cash, In front of the Court House Door In the town of Columbus, said State and Coun- ty, on Saturday the 14th day of Sep-! tember, 1918, within legal hours, the! following property to-wit: I A part of what i3 known as square I rum ui xyi, ..b-j ",1ns color or tne t ninese. survey of the City of Colunibun, ; Mississippi, and more particularl:' described as commencing at a point on the eastern line of said square t Four (4). Sixty-four feet and six-! inches north from the southeast cor-j ner of said square Four, thence run-j ning north along said eastern lino line of the Littlejohn 'lot, thence west one hundred and forty feet, to the lino of the late Frank Gardner lot;, thence south ninety-five feet !ix Inches; thence east one hundred and forty feet to point of beginning Same being in the city of Columbu.-, County of Lowndes, and State of Mississippi. The title to the above property believed to be good, but 1 will con vey only such title as vested ia me u Trustee under said Deed of Trust. t C. L. LINCOLN. Trustee. Columbus, Mis?., August 21, 1918 NOTH K. 1J pnnnlrt H1f.M to please Fee Mr. Sid Gardner r.o. l ; i: settlement of same to him. DR. R. C. MO LLC 7 wmv, wa am Tft ' .vti ill , ' v ..w oi --- MICKIE SAYS ONE GUV TUAf RONS NECK. kND NECK ViM'TH'ThE K.M5ER FER POPULARITY ' AROJNt HS OPFCE IS The cowardln wampus who lets hs paper gt ANEfcR BEHIND AMD THEN REFUSES T AT TVAS POST- OFFICE T' MOW PAN IN k NNHAT WE ONNES US . What an Exporter Mu?t Know. A needle factory hud sent to Aleppo, Turkey, noodles that were Mod up with groon twine. The Mahometan mer chant who had ordered thorn returned the package, fr the reason that the use of the' green, the color consecrated to the prophet, for such a purpose was a derision of religion. Another con- slgninent of the same factory to China' wrapped up in white paper was re- nirned oocause me ( nmese recipient would not accept gno(N papked In "pa per of mourning." White U the mourn-' Get Rid of Those Un desirable Bedfellows There is no reason in the world why you should be bothered by bed bugs. Destroy every last one of them by dusting- BEE BRAND IN SECT POWDER into all their hid ing1 places. They can't livo where it is used. Can't injure human beings or domestic animals. Bee Brand Insect Powder fan It Into th Jr Flies and mosquitoes die in a few mtnatet. Will kill ants, fleas, roaches, bed-buss, lice, and bugs of nearly every kind. Directions on package. Look for the Bee Brand Trade Mark. 25c A BOe. Ereryvrhtrm oiaaiGiL.ldam.il. I C MICKl7, S( i you said I J t 1 "1 ill nAj ctPo2 W -lllN(rtJ, Au, 24.- Tht I ,(t.,Ui rt pint of lh Hbimi utiil.iiy Huli-l'ooiMi.ttre InvehtntAi It ,? ur tuft pf Hiui tinu hw he'ti nul t with iM-Mihin airttlKiiiitfiit if l In y i p"i leiii'ftl Itt (! ei !y u) t oi I lie war. m feviow of Im piowii roiiilitiiiiin, mot rft oiihiiiSmU tur tne ciendiiii of a iiw and ,rpiiH.U deptrtl.iMit of avllilioll, u tt,;iiu't officer nt Hi h'at. Fail M'f l .olv pt i uci'o,-,' nil Imi ik" a,rili!iii -a aotl nioiorn, wnxte of mil liniiH of dollaix in niiTiult appro piiaiionti, (ii'tninance of ll airplane propiain by Inexpu iencetl autuinoliili' inaiiufuctureiR, "unnyHteiiiatlc und itielfo( tive" organiallon and exces sive proflto tu man u fact u rvtt alt uuuiiig critic Ihiuh made by the Bub coiniinttce, of wliiclt .Scna.nr Thonia. of Colorado wan cliairmun. lioscUiminM wlioloriule rouUeiu aution of the aircraft program, the hub-i'omiuittie pralHt-d much that has been accomplished and predicted. 'We are approaching a period wheu quaiuity productiou of plaueg oou may be hoped for." The report I impeisonal and says all questious of chargeg of personal dishonesty, or ofticial corruption are left to the De partment of Justice's Inquiry, con ducted by Charles E. Hughes. Stating that much can be rntid in "extenuation of disappoint ments ... in aircraft produc tion," the committee's long re port details, delays and fail ures, including transportation to General Pershing of detective machines during more than a year's efforts to secure domlua tion of the air on the fighting front. While condemning chiefly failure under the former aircraft productioa board, and Signal Corps control, and noting great improvements since John D. Ryan and Major General Kenly were placed In charge of tin production and military branches, the committee strongly urges "one mau control" in future. Part of the blame for poor organization at the start b; assigned to Congress. 1 NOTICE. To the Farmers of East Mississippi and West Alabama: Owing to the high price of labor, paper, stationary and everything connected with the business, we are forced to make a small advance on our storage and beginning Septem ber 1st, 1918, the following price? will prevail: Forty cents for the two up-town warhouses, for the first month and thirty cents for the Gard ner Smith 'Warehouse. One half price for progressive Btorage. We believe that all fair minded farmers will see the Justice and necessity of this change. J. A. C-OREE, GARDNER SMITH, WH., F. A. GUNTER. NOTICE. Mr. -S. B. Johnston, who is with the American Red Cross' In France, has asked for a list of all Lownde.) County boys "over there," and I will be glad if every one in thlH county, having relatives in the army, either In England or France, will send me his full name and title also the num ber, or letter, of his company an 1 regiment. Please send by mail. F. R. SIMMS. Net for Me. but of Me. Moses Sellg has been in business for a long time but never until recently had he received a purely business let ter from a small granddaughter. The letter was sent by bis granddaughter, Evelyn Hahn, who formerly lived In Indianapolis, and was as follows: "Dearest OrandDa: This Is a busl ness note. . . . I am selling Thrift 8tamD8 and War 8avings Stamps Please buy of me, not for me, and help me to receive a position in the army, pf thrift workers. Bend me a cnecu If you will, payable to cash, and I will send you the stamps. You will obllg and help me very much. Mucn love, "EVEL1.N." It is needless to say that Mr. Sell) regarded this as one of the most lm portant business notes he ever re ceived. Indianapolis News. And the German Dropped. An American aviator, forced to land within the German lines and taken, prisoner, returned a few days after ward to American headquarters, saM and sound. In his own machine. The commanding German officer in formed him they were after certain information and had decided to send lilm up in his own machine accompa nied by a German officer, who would shoot him if he deviated from orders. He took his machine up, his German companion sitting beside him with a drawn revolver at his ribs. He said : "I determined that the Ger. man officer should never return, even If It cost me my own life. I was think ing how I could do it, when I realized that the man beside me was not trapped in. I looped the loop." Now Has Third Officer Husband. To hare lost two husbands and mar rled a third during the war has been the experience of Lady Michael War ' dell, one of London's recent brides. Shj I Is a daughter of 8lr Daniel Cooper, an Australian millionaire. She married first the late Viscount Northland, who lost his life In active service in 1915. and left a will in which he expressed the hope that his widow would marry again. She fulfilled his hope when she wan married to Capt. Geoffrey Mills, who was killed a year ago. Her third husband Is also a British officer. n a 0 CLASSIFIED O O ADVERTISEMENTS O O O ooooooaoaooToooDO CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES One cent a word per lusue. No advertisement taken for tens than 25 cent the first time. WANTED All Baptist liarara members at cIbm this morning at 10 o'clock. FOR SALE A nice building lot in front of Second Baptist church. Ap ply to this office. Rt FOR RENT The Muuger house, 13(5 4th avenue, north. Apply at residence. 2tp FOR SALE 200 bushels of red wave wheat for planting. Sacked in bushel sacks. Price. 3 per bushel. Thone 177-J, Arrtngton Johnsou. -25-3t 101 FOR SALE Retgiatered Jersey bull, 2 years old. Bull calf 4 months. old. W. D. Bishop, Route 2. Jtzi FOR SALE A seven-passenger Cadillac" car. In good condition. For sale at a bargain. S. B. Street. FOR RENT The Easlon home. on College and Sixth streets, on or before September 1. Apply to J. Burt Wllbourne. Ml FOR RENT Storehouse. 410 Main Street. Now occupied by Cox and Son. Possession given Sept 1st. H. F. Simrafll. 7-7-tf. pa FOR SALE A nice Upright piano in good condition. Will sell cheap. Apply to 1323 Cofllege street, or telephone 209. a FOR RENT The Cady home res idence next door to Cady Flats. An ideal location for boarding house. Posession Sept 1st. R. E. Leigh, Agent FOR SALE A nice house well lo cated. Six rooms. City water. Elec tric lights can be installed at a small cost. Has five acres of land with It. Only a quarter of a mile from street car line. This is Indeed a very rare chance. C, F. Sherrod. Pi FOR SALE 830 acres, 5 miles from Columbus; one mile off Aber deen road. Well improved. $25.00 per acre. H. H. McClanahan-812w For lessons in music the coming term, phone 466, or see Miss Nina B. Bell. Class begins, Monday Sep tember 9th. 4S-8-18. FOR RENT Large two story dwelling, 218 12th street, acres the street from college chapel $ 2 G . ' 0 per month. AppJy to F. M. Drak .?. National Bank of Commerce, er phone 221. If FOR RENT Three desirable rooms for light housekeeping, in lovely home. All modern conven iences. Phone 695, or call at 419 N. 9th street ir FOR SALE One 48-inch X 12 foot boiler, and one saw mill without power. All in good condition. Lown des County Lumber Co., Columbus, Miss. 2-12-2t. FOR RENT The B. B. Mustin residence, 521 6th street 6th ave. S. All conveniences. Possession given September 1st. See Gid D. Harris. m FOR SALE One good milch cow for $100. No less. Has given 32 pounds of milk per day; 1 1-2 pound.) of butter. W. I. Walton, 423 Sev enth street, south. lea FOR RENT Five-room cottage, with modern Improvements. Corner North Second avenue and . Elevenlu street. Possession given September 1. Apply to 1024 Third Avenue, north. Terms $12.50 per month. Ha WANTED Thoroughly competent bookkeeper and office man desires it on. Capable of managing ot fice. Only wth large business or corporation. Address "Office Man," care the Commercial FOR SALE Two large office desks. Apply G. S., care of this office. , FOR SALE Seven passenger Stud- baker, In good condition. Hogan Lumber Co. a FOR SALE Eight-room home on Eighth street, north, between Second and Third avenues. All conven iences. Apply to J. C. Hackleman and Son. FOR SALE Am offering- for sale at sixty dollars ($60) a good mare ivr nny jjurpusa uiat cost Biu i $80.00 last spring. If not sooner disposed of I will sell her publicly to highest bidder, Saturday August 17, at eleven (11) o'clock in front of iFeed IM, on Market street J. M. j Tanner, Route 6. One mile North of Court House, at junction of Waverly land new Aberdeen roads. TO THE - Owing to the increased cost of supplies, fuel and labor, we are compelled to advance the prices on the lollowing items: Collars from 2!c to 3c Spreads from 15c to 20c On and after September 2 we will render service for CASH ONLY This is a War measure, and we are obliged to adopt the above rule to protect ourselves No reflection on the credit standing of any one. SANITARY LAUNDRY Columbus, Miss. FOR SALE Have quite a number of delta plantations for sale cheap. Price and term can be arranged. In fine stMe of cultivation, and will produce bale of cotton to acre. Lo cated in heart of Mississippi delta. See W. P. Stribling. an FOR RENT Residence and four acrea of fine ground. This ground has for some time past been occu pied by Slaughter's Green House. A real bargain. Apply to E. H. Slaugh ter, telephone 216-J. ta FOR RENT Six room house with kitchen. All improvements. Corner 2nd avenue and 6th street North. Possession September 1st. Apply to Parker Reeves. Phone 145. WANTED A few more milk and butter customers. Morning de livery. Your orders apprectute Phone 393. I. V. Dotherow. N FOR SALE Kelfer pears, excellent for canning and preserving. . ) per bushel, delivered. Phone 34 1-! . 1 mo. ."1 FOR RENT One large nix-roo cottage and one five-room cott.it y, two blocks from postoffice. Gardt i stable and all conveniences. Apr-' to R. R. Banks. -f FOR SALE Thoroughbred Jersc bull; weighs about 1,100 pounds; 1 years old. Also four milch cows an five yearling heifers. Telephone 680. A. J. Fuqua. 8-8-ln o Ha FOR SALE OR LEASE One of the best prairie places in Noxube ?,uni, M.ss. 1100 acre!. Fc -terms address Mrs. S. M. Walker, C lumbus, Miss. H FOR SALE CHEAP Or woul 1 consider trade on Columbus prop erty small well improved farm i i Pickens county, having 8-room bun galow; 2 barns; 600 rods hog wire Plenty of water. Telephone 54". R. Scofield. ra FOP. LEASE The well known Eggleston place two miles East of Columbu?. 220 acres; 9-room fur nished home, brick store-house, smoke house with cement -floor, three tenant houses with three rooms each, over-flowing well. Will lease for five or six years, beginning De ceTrfer 1, at $600 a year. Partv caring to accept this proposition can have possession of home Septemberl, and no rent will be charged until lease begins. Apply to George 0. Senter, at Commercial office. HAVE YOUR CLOTHES Cleaned mi Pressed AT Law's Pressing Club TELEPHONE753 y ENGINEER'S WIFE TELLS EXPERIENCE Mrs. Joiner's Health Wasf Completely Broken Gains 35 Pounds and Is Well and Strong. "I have Just fintHlied my thii bottle of Tanlac and have gained1 tliirty-five pounds." said Mrs. Wil helniina Joiner, wife of a well-known engineer on the M., f). & S. railroad, who resides at 7tt Mulberry street. Macon, Ga. "For nearly two years, I suffered from the effects of nervous prostra Hon which was brought oa by nerv ous indigestion," she continued. 'M;. condition pot so bad that I couldn'n eat any kind of heavy food, and t seemed like the harder I tried to g-;fl well, the woroe I got. I tried e; medicine and treatment that I "onl1 find, but contlnud to 'o down unti I wan alarmed and thought t ' : a 1 tic thin;; would ever h-'lp n"' "It wasn't hardly any tune aftei I -tatt"i uiking Tani; jntil I be pan to in.provf and t have improv ed ever since until I am now as wel and strong as anybody. My nerve got better right away and 1 brnr to be able to rest at night. My ap petite return'.-d and I can ea. anv thing I want and everything taste good. I fl'r. op!.' too glad ti tel what Tanla-; has done for me. for i' certainly lia? .een a blessimr." Tanlac is sold by S. R. -Street ( Son. FOR RENT Part of my home 01 College street, already furnished. Al conveniences. Mrs. Annie Gunter telephone 150. I We spend, m a nation, about $50, 000,000 a day for war. oocooo-aooooooooood O MONEY TO LEND ,0 LONG OR SHORT TIME O LOW RATE OF INTEREST 1 0 STURDIVANT, OWEN AND d , 0 CARNETT ,B ATTORNEYS AT LAW. , a o o a o o o o o o c o o o o o E. E. CALLAWAY Lawyei OfT.ce. Ftrt Stats Bank Special Attention Given to Collac tiont and Civil Buiinct. DR. T. H. HENRY Phone 21. j Office hours 10:30 to 11:31! j tt. Dl., 4 to o p. Hi. Hcaiuelicw Phone 189. Office lt St&te Bank Bid.