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Virtfiii.a C. r. ni..u i i.ot , tBp.i fcallonea, 5.2i; ttuiti.ouw, t.i. Drill allowed and sa:d ' "' " U'"aU, 1.1)0. Administrator discharged. This 31st day of July 101S. 13. A. LINCOLN.Clcrk. CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. To Deanie Butler, postoffice ad dress unknown. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of Lowndes County in said State, on the 2 Mon day of October A. D. 1918, to de fend suit of William Butler, where in you are a defendant. This 14 day of September A. D. 1918. w B. A. LINCOLN, Clork, II. L. BAILEY, D. C. CHANCERY NOTICE., The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. To Lou Ella Topp, Postoffice and residence, Memphis, Tenh. 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 Granville Topp, wherein you are a defendant This 14th day of September, A. D. 1918. B. A. LINCOLN, Clerk, NOTICE. All people indebted to me wil please see Mr. Sid Gardner and r.iak settlement of same to him. DR. R. C. MOLLOY. Working or fighting? MISSISSIPPI STATE FAIR OCTOBER 21-22-23-24-25-26 it tb Days of Educathw Md EatsrtitniMft 20 Midway Shows Great Pottenon Showi w AUTOMOBILE RACES Free Acts Daily 'SPECIAL RATUKZ3: RUTH LAW j In Airpl&n FLightt Barney Oldfield COME AID IRIXa YC31 FICIY Tlir r filial trfclTw ExkS.U $2,000 on Atrrtoattnnl ZxUMSi $3,000 on Boyi knd 011 (Rata $1,500 on Dnroo ' Jersey Bogi JifUien Prtm on County Xxl.iij j Write for CctatM A4res i 2XABSL L. CTISX, Bcrt3iy, i JAOr.SON, MISSISSIMI i'K IT .ntl.AINKU by th, M ,or ,uni lily (.(itrtni ,f tfni Cliy .i j IIiiiIiim, Mi., Ih.il on tiliil hMi i il, , , I fut .at,. , ,,a ..-iH,, "!r " "'" ""' Jtollt It in th. rourth Ixan. wi)K.,( Mh((U u ,oU((W!,( Vj!. j j )aiaet, tor nl hounliolil iMir-'ronu A rrouiu UICUDHIMT i chained to pouHUiuci-a served by lm-t-1 Khali be at, luliowa per. to w it: .Minimum, &0UO gallons, oitc per j 1000 gallon, with any additional , 6000 galloiiB at 25c per loo gal lons. 1000 to ilOOO daily consumption, 2 nc pt-i 1000 gallons. (ioo to Gooo daily consumption, 15c per 1000 gallons. , 5000 to 20,000 dally consumption, U.'c per 1000 galloiiH. 20,000 and upwards, 8c per 1000 gallona. lie it further ordained that all ordinances in conflict with till. si ord inance are hereby repealed. ?E IT (FURTHER ORDAINED ; that tuis ordinance take effect and be in force from and after the 1st ' day of October, A. D., 1918. Adopted ath of Sept., 1918. P. S. M'CLANAHAN, Mayor. iVOTICK. . 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 prices 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 storage. We believe that all fair minded farmers will see the justice and necessity ot this change. J. A. GOREE, GARDNER SMITH, WH F. A. GUNTER. CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. N To D. N. Stinson, Post office ad dress and residence unknown. Yoa are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Lowndes in said State, in the 2 Monday of Oct., A. D. 1918, to defent the suit of Sirs. Alice Locke Stinson, wherein you are a de-' fendant This 14th day of September,' A. D. 1918. ' - - . B. A. LINCOLN, Clerk. , CHANGE IX PRICES. The following prices of lea cream became effective September 1 : Quarts, 65c. Half gallons, $1.00. One gallon, $1.75. 9-6-3t 'LIDE'S DRUG STORE. PIGS HR SALE. One Durock gilt, $17.50; oti $ 1 2.50. Also one male, $H.OO. Reg. paper free. All beauties.. Rev. V. I. Allen, Columbus, Miss. 4-7-n FOR RENT Large t-.vo Ftorv dwelling, 218 12th street, across the street from college chapel $2fi.(0 per month. Apply to F. M. Dralce National Bank of Commerce, oi phone 221. tf NOTICE TO CUSTOMERS. I will bo called for Army Service in. a short time. Will appreciate all owing accounts to call and settle same as coon as possible. J. C. HAKLEMAN AND SON. Per. Carroll Hackleman. Read our advertisements. lM t Atttmint'iii ly Hif M t KM"I '' n f llV w;TTfr ia vis wf rt ! it rnfi iit km ii.m g itrktf ! fifn1f All f1h(, fr( at Wilf Iftn MftfHnf Vim M'w4l Iivrtn (Jrty tiotwla I'bUi 'V la tWi U, H. A. fvrnl hulld Rhtpa fta; ( T(mf Vt- VMtatf lKrfwl liulH AJrplnM. flu to Tor Vtfwtl lirmita flolirt Tank. Bu to Tour tWw-Hl Uon Mmdi Munltlona. buy to iTtmr t7tmoU Bonda Buy food. Buy to Tour Ct- Qarman rtilloioptier'i Idaa of Chri- tlanrty Doaa Not Appaal to i AmoHcana. .MM.. j ftwlwrtch Wllhelm Nleticbo u ona of tbe most notd of modern Oer &VUI phtloaophera. How much haa hlM philosophy affected tho Tlaws and lrWv f a rv? fha fiafm ana nf rv1T ? bU)oA the vomen and children. U men oI OOCUpi0d France and Bel- rjram? Are not tlie Lnsltanla victim "wttneaws to German adoption of Nletiche's faith? , Here la hla indictment of Chria ttanrtr. . , "With tMs I conclude, and pro noo&oe my ' sentence: I condemn Christianity. To me it la the great teat of all imaginable corruptions. The tihurch ia the great parasite; with jtts anemic idea of holiness it draini MOT of all its strength, its lore, and Mi hope. The other world is the mo- ra for the denial of every reality, esU Christianity the one great tame, the one great tnatrinelo de jpravttr, the one great instinct of revenge, for which no expedient is sufficiently poisonous, secret, under hand, to gain its ends. I call it the one immortal shame and blemish up on the human race." A prompt absorption; of the Fourth Liberty Loan will not only help to win the war hut will relegate Niets char's vicious philosophy to oblivion. "NOT A NATIQJT They said that we were not a nation; Just a medley from various lands No national heart and no national soul; With no hope and no wish to join 1 hands. Nothing to hold us together; No aims and no dreams that we shared; Ideals and backgrounds all different; We couldat make war if we dared. Then the wore blared forth to the country, "Close ranks! For the Flag of ua all! And the faith that brought us i to gether Shone out at the -Color's call. One cry came back from the people, From Latin and Norman and Slav: "America! Freedom is threatened! "Take all that we are and have. "We know what we sought when we - came here; "What we're working for, every one, mAai ?hat work has bound ns t0 gather. "It wUl hbld 'till eterntty'B done. "We give you our Uvea and our dol , lars, "We will work; we will fight; we will die; "For the faith that has builded a na tion "From the four wflnda of earth, and the aky." Lucy Jeanne Price. 100,000 Germane Captured In Month, The allied armies In their series of offensives between July 18. and Au gust 18 have captured more than 100,000 Germans, says M&rvel Hutln in Echo de Paris. The Americans had part in this. The Liberty Bonds you bought In previous loans helped to mafce this possible. A larg er purchase of Fourth Liberty Bonds will do mufch to put the finishing touches on the Kaiser and his Hun hordes, , - s- TO MY CIHTOMEHS, Owing to tlift fact that my son. Is now in school, and on account -f the aecute labor situation, all orders, not received tK'.fors 9:30 a. in., will not be deliver' A until 3:30 o'clock In the aftprnoon. I will appreciate the co-operation of my customers, In order that my son may be able to attecd chool as well as run my delivery car. J. T, CLARDY. I ' ' 1)1 ' it r- ' i , t f - I r UN? ' . ,, , if, l'f I f " irtn lf Jiotj i I i i ( 1 1" I hit a hti Mift ntttf an . . 1 1 f f..f f.vrf !' .n . .ir i j ijfii li I tinl!if (.in t a t" if. ; ! if l.i I fUtt lnill nftil !' dill' ii. f. Mil J rim tin him., il, ink ilil K ii iili';fmilinl tut il Hmfi I vfi'llil f liMH h rfii lififi Cii mi l furin in my afmuarh iif .l nMl .i nji iiof.l I fiiuld hnifli l.rriiu h'-1 a .si J tift a ffl fof me In nf n "ii iuv Mir f r 11 fvrij f hifif riniil "1 h ' I 1 of, and nothing r'l ivf'i in ' fifil Hfarti-il laktn Tnlnp. "l,,rvlioily who know f fpe i nii rlnii'adt'nt of fh.- c iiii;)i:i,' fn ilv.m. Is lalklnn nlnnif tli' r liliirki,til f Iihiikk In ln i.inrr .;tHr' i'il taking Tiinliip. I am full of vln nnd i-nergy all the time, mv KiwiRt i n lurnv! and pvery trouble I lm I left me. I art), glad to f: p'opi il.out this grHt medicine." Tanlac Ifl sold by S. II. Street an ! .-"on, Columbus, MIhs. adv. r.lVH TIMIH'TE T AMKJilCAX.v With tho Hritlsh on the FlamUm Front, Sept. 14. Lieutenant General Sir Arthur W. Currie, commander of Cie Canadian corpa, today paid high' tribute to the part the United State U playing lu the war, prattling th achievements of the American sol I'iers. The Canadian commander summed up the victorious exploits of tin.' Canadians in the recent British vic tories in this message home: 'Tell the people of Canada and the United States we were never moie hopeful and confident, but it Is idk to predict when the war vill end. But the prospects were never bright er. There can be only one outcome. We nre all on our toes over heiv and wo are Justly proud of the work i our corpa. "In one months,, fighting since the beginning of th British offenaivo on August 8, the Canadian corps has taken 21,000 prisoner's, 300 guns and more than 1,200 machine guns. Th? German line, in that time has been pieiced to a depth of 5,'itO yard (over 25 miles) and thtrty-four Get man divisions were encountered and overcome. One hundred and thirty square miles of territory weie taken from the nemy." There was not the least shade of boastfulness in General Curries tone as he summarized the succebses of his troops. There, was only prldo, which would be natural for. thoir commander. Even at that he soften ed his recital by giving it in an off hand manner, as If telling only of the routine. IHiOST WAR SAVINGS (STAMPS. On account of the present war situation, and especially in view of the fact that last Thursday was reg istration day, the Life and Casualty Company, of Tennessee, repiesentea in this district by Mr. B. E. Seal, who resides here, the company de cided that to bold a convention of its sixty-five representatives just now v.ould not be opportune, and instead of doing so will distribute the cost among thos'e entitled to attend the meeting. The amount will 03 equally divided among the representatives entitle to attend the session which was to have been held In Nashville. The company estimates that the cost of the convention would averax" about $60- for each of the sixty-five members to attend. They repeat their earnest recommendation that these sums be invested in War Sav ings Stamps In order to aid In win ning the war. Every Dog Has Hla Day Fleas are the baa of the Dog's life in summer but every d7 will be "his day" if you will but rub a little BEE BRAND INSECT POW DER into bis fur occasionally. It cannot harm pets of any kind but it certainly will kill all tbe bugs that worry them. Look for the red sifting top tin. Bee Brand fcSct Pcwdar mn it Into tt air Flies and moamiitoe die in a few minutes. Will kill ants, fleas, roaches, bed-bugs, lice, and bugs of nearly every kind. Directions on package. Look for the lie Lrand Trade Mark. 28q 4e 80c Eveurywiacrei aVaaiC&.aVkaanaU. ! WiMM' fun jM;mn C-i-fri A f'l'if In S'll f liV U I W VOM' pa gifU. Tarm. i if f rti!.l.ff.M,f f . W. We'ilruY , .. 'A t f Kh '.fi I imii'l if. Hon ill .il .i f, It I ti, 'l liilliliUI 41 1 i . j ;(, i.M.Jl HH UK NT - Mr 'f. A, .MiMnfi, iil.t South 6f h lrt. I'hona :76, - a KOR HALV-A nice buildmg lot in front of Second Baptist church. Ap ply to this office, ri FOR SALE Two large office (pkfl. Apply Ct. S, rare of Una office. FA II M FOR KENT -Apply to Mi m. M. E. OHliamler. 223 Sixth street, north. fm WANTED Portion desired; aa accountant preferred. Jno. A. Neil son. 2m. Pt FOR SALE Seven pnssenRer Studebaker. Also Ford Touung car. HOOAN LHR. CO. FOR RENT 2 large connected rooms, furnished or unfurnished with in walking distance of Postoffice and town. Apply this office. F?a FOR SALE Registered Jersey bull, 2 years old. Bull calf 4 months, old. W. D. Bishop, Route 2. r.j LOST An old fashioned card cas with name j'Sue" on same. Reward to finder If returned to this office. WANTED Ford ruu-a-bout body Phone 600-J. Jt U FOR RENT W. J. Walton A good front room, $10. Two beds' 423 Seventh street, south. Hi FOR SALE A seven-passenger "Cadillac" car.' Lr gooj condition. For sale at a bargain. S. B. Street UN WANTED Furnished house or rooms, suitable for light-housekeep ing, convenient to College. Address "N," care of Commercial, Ks. FOR RENT Sell or exchange, a house suitable for two families or roomers. Would consider country property in exchange. Apply 223 South Sixth street. Phone 376. tf p WANTED A boy not under 1 years old. Apply Western Union Tel. Co., office. J WANTED BUGGY AND SCALES r-Want second-hand run-a-bout; also wagon scales in good condition, no junk. Smith Oaks Plantation, Arte- gia, Miss. Phone 341-R. H FOR RENT One Seventh avenue, Bouth, 6-room cottage, good garden spot; lot with two cabins on same $15 per month. Apply to Mrs. 3 M. Walker, Phone 617. Us ' FOR RENT Three desirable rooms for light housekeeping, in lovely home. All modern conven iences. Phone 695, or call at 419 N. 9th street M FOR RENT The Cady home res idence next door to Cady Flats. An ideal location for boarding house. 1 Posession Sept 1st R. E. Leigh, Agent FOR SALE 330 acres, 6 miles from Columbus; one mile off Aber deen road. Well improved. $25.00 per acre. H. IL McClanahan-812w ft LOST Black price book on Pack ard Motor Cars. Packard Motor Cat Co., Detroit, Mich., written on cover. Business cards of C. E. Llndsey In book. Finder report to phone No. 77. Liberal reward. s 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. PH FOR SALE Have quite a number of delta plantations for sale cheap. Price aud term can be arranged. In fine stat. of cultivation, and will produce bale of cotton to acre. Lo cated in heart of Mississippi delta. See W. P. Stribling. a FOR RENT Residence and four acres of fine ground. This ground has lor some time pat been occu pied by Slaughter's Green House. A real bargain. Apply to E. H. Slaugh ter, telephone 216-J. This tnw type of gun nmwifptt on fl, de-k of ho uptMiate Itnllun aub-, marine la proving- that It eirpae Bt,.v'hl;ig that Grmn U-boat h ive thus far defuloped. I FRENCH HEAVY GUNS ADVANCE THROUGH MUD ,"1 - -J'tW,.,f , ,Z W Tj!aHaia.Wiil.rn Nmnw I nl .11 T ! French heavy guns, tliat liave been ward on a muddy roud. WANTED -A few more milk and butter customers. Morning de-1 livery. Your orders appreciated. Thone 393. I. V. Dotherow. ( N- rH)R SALE Kelfer pears, excellent i for caunlng and prenervlng. $l.0(i j, per bushel, delivered. Phone 341-R. ! I mo. j ft'J , FOR SALE A nice Upright piano , in good condition. Will sell cheap. Apply to 1323 College street, or telephone 209. m A YOUNG LADY WANTED Need not apply unless you can read rrusic at a glance and understand some thing about book-keeping.Address P. O. Box 223, Columbus, Miss. 4 FOR SALE Thoroughbred Jersey bull; weighs about 1,100 pounds; 4 years old. Also four milch cows un, five yearling heifers. Telephone 680. A. J. Fuqua. 8-8-1 mo FOR SALE Two good bay horsea weighing about 2.400 pounn. Apply to W. F. TennlHon, R. F. D. 2. la LOST Or atrayed, hound bitch; white with lemon spots. The name ! "Bell' en;jraved on collar. Reward j if returnen to J. C. Hardy, R. F. D. j No. 1, Crawford, Miss. j to j ForU Make Furth.r Advance. i . Forda are now sky high and herd ; to get I have a five passenger in splendid condition, which I offer for $500.00, L. E. Lide. j U FjOR SALE CHEAP Or would ; consider trade on Columbus prop erty small well improved farm in 1 Pickens county, having 8-room bun j galow; 2 bams; 600 rods hog wire Plenty of water. Telephone 513 R. Seofield. -i WANTED Real men and real women for Y. M. C. A. war work i France and the Ameriear catpps. Wc an promise you ban' ; It, ' ''ours, aiid the greatest joy that ever has or that ever .will come into your life-that joy of serving oilers. An- ply to your nearest District Secret rs or to Jack C. Wilson. State R-rcrutim, , Secretary for Y. M. C. A. War Wcr';, Jackson, Miss., care Edward's House MIKIC LESSONS. Organ, Piano, Vocal. Howaid M. Teasdalc, Studio, Mrs. Sales' residence'. No. South Sfxth St. 8-31-2t IK CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. To Mrs. Jossie Lollar, postoffice ad dress unknown. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Lowndes in said State, the 2 Mondlay of Oct, A. D. 1918, to defend suit of J. A. Lollar where in you are a defendant This 4 day of Sept., A. D. 1918. B. A. LINCOLN. CI. rk, H. L. BAILEY, D. C. SECOND-HAND BAGS WANTED Oats, 17c to 19c a piece; mixed feed, from 12c to 13c; meal, from c to 10c; scrap iron, from 75c to 83c per hundred. COLUMBUS IRON AND METAL CO. rs 2 W&Jt&t MA -'aV .rjUirj -a1 ; JiVi.'v.v-MSi2 mowing down the Huns, moving for. MICKIE SAYS OOR fcPO-VEa SANS, VNHEM FOX.KS T.ivmevv.o i "fRMN, COVJWO KEE? fR.&CK OF 'E, BUT SINCE TvaESE OOO-O&StEO AUtOS ACE LEAJN' TOVNM em as aoA.o cvo.n wooa.l t OOXtA FAT CHANCE NNVEM FOLVCS xO MSlflN. E.B. WfcMt VjlSltORS, t VNV4H-T -tHEN'O tEUL rAE AOOT 1. W. Hunter Eubanks Dentist Office, First Mate Bank Bidg. DR. P. I. BERRY DENTIST Office Formerly Occupied by Dr. Westmoreland, Sr. HAVE YOUR CLOTHES I . MPflflPlI Pf CCPl j VlCUUCU 4,IU I 1 v33CU AT Law's Pressing Club TELEPHONE753 I ' a MONEY TO LEND a O LONG OR SHORT TIME O O LOW RATE OF INTEREST 0 ; O STURDIVANT, OWEN AND 0 0 CARNETT a O ATTOPNEY3 AT LAW. 0 ooaoaoaoooooooaoa E. E. CALLAWAY lawyei Office Fir.t State Bank Special Attention Given to Collec tion! and Civil Butineit. DR. T. U. HENRY Thone 21. Office hours 10:30 to 11:30 a. m., 4 to 5 p. m. Uosiilenee Phone 189. Office 1st State Bank Bidg.