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dim SHOE S. PRESERVE THE ljWfj tlAI iTTtllMeilOATIIlNliToir COl M IL Pilot I I IMVi S. City Hull, Columbus, Miss., Sept. .1, ID 18. The council met lu regular ses sion. Present, I). H. McCliinnhan, nuiynr; L, W. Stevens, L. A. Vau f iian, K. K. Chapptlle, T. V. Harris and S. M. Nash, councilman. Tho soeroary read the minutes ot the meeting of August 6th, und .the same were adopted as read, Tlie secretary presented and read the regular monthly reports of tho mayor, chief of police, street com-' CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES-On. cent a word per iitue. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents the first time. FOR SALE FOR SALE Two large office desks. Apply G. S., care of this olfice. FOR 3AL&A nice building lot in front of Second Baptist church. Ap ply to this office. fU FOR SALE Two good bay horses weighing about 2,400 pouna. Apply to W. F, Tennison, It. F. D. 2. Pa - FOR SALE Two 8-foot display show cases, and 1 12-foot show case, for sale. Phone 150. u . FOR SALE Registered Jersey bull, 2 years old. Bull calf 4 months, old. W. 1). Bishop, Route 2. . ft. FOR SALE A seven-passonger "Cadillac" car. In good condition. For sale at a bargain. S. B. Street. ri FOR SALE Good cow. Fresh in milk. Sixty-five dollars. C. M. 1 nio. Ra FOR SALE 1500 pound safe. Can be seen at Eclipse Stable. Also one new corn shelter. 600 to 800 bushels a day' capacity. 2t FOR SALE CHEAP Or would consider trade on Columbus prop erty small well improved farm in Pickens county, having 8-room bun galow; 2 barns; 600 rods hog wire' Plenty of water. Telephone 513 R. Scofield. fci FOR SALE Two cowsr $55 and ' $65. Come quick. Apply to J. H. Burns. WANTED WANTED Position desired; as accountant preferred. Jno. A. Neil sen. 2m. Pa ' WANTED Furnished house oi rooms, suitable for light-housekeep-lug, convenient to College. Address "N," care of Commercial. Pa WANTED Four gentlemen roomers. Apply to 803 College st. pa WANTED A few more milk and butter customers. Morning de livery. Your orders appreciated. Phone 393. I. V. Dotherow. . pa WANTED Lumber hauled to Columbus. ' Will contract Apply to Lowndes County Lumber Co. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. . The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. Letters of administration having been granted and issued to the un dersigned upon the Estafe of Mrs. Ruby O. Jones, deceased, by the" Chancery Court of Lowndes County, Mississippi on the 1st day of July A. D. 1918. This is to give notice to all per sons having claims against said es tate to Probate and Register same with the Chancery Clerk of Lowndes County, within one year from this date. A failure to so probate and register said claim will forever bar the same. Administrator. This July 1, 1918. Working or fighting? SH03 nEATL LEATHER iiilasloner and engineer of WHle. work, and the mime were tcrelved and ordered filed. The secretary presented .d read the reports of the Marshal ann Treas urer for the month of August and the same were received and ordered spread on the minutes of this meet ing. The matter of salaries of various teachers, as fixed by the council at its previous meeting came up for consideration, and on motion duly seconded it Is ordered that the sal aries of the following teachers, FOR RENT FARM FOR RENT Apply to Mrs. M. E. Ostrander, 223 Sixth street, north. s FOR RENT Six room house with kitchen. All improvements. Corner 2nd avenue and 6th street North. Possession September 1st. Apply to . M. Street. Phone 145. 1 Ej FOR RENT 2 large connected rooms, furnished or unfurnished with in walking distance of Postofflce and town. Apply this office. TS . FOR RENT Sell or exchange, a house suitable for two families or roomers. Would consider country home in exchange. Apply 223 South Sixth street. Phone 376. tf Ra FOR RENT One Seventh avenue, south, 5-room cottage, good garden spot; lot with two cabins on same $15 per month. Apply to Mrs. 3 M. Walker. Phone fit 7 Pa ' FOR RENT Three desirable rooms for light housekeeping, in lovely home. All modern. conven iences. Phone 695, or call at 419 N. 9th street. MISCELLANEOUS LOST An old fashioned card cas with name 'Sue" on same. Reward to finder if returned to this office. PS FOR SALE 50 Duroc Jersey pigs, ten weeks old and older, rrivc, $12.50 up. Registered free. J. K Vaughn, Steens, Miss. 9-19--t p-a SECOND-HAND BAGS WANTED Oats, 17c to 19c a piece; mixed- feed, from 12c to 13c: meal, from 8c to 10c; scrap iron, from 75c to 85c ner hundred. COLUMBUS IRON AND METAL CO. NOTICE. All people indebted to me will please see Mr. Sid Gardner and makt settlement of same to him. DR. R. C. MOLLOY. TO MY CUSTOMERS. Owing to the fact that my son is now in school, and on account of the accute labor situation, all orders not recoived before 9:30 a. m., will not be delivered until 3:30 o'clock i.'i the afternoon. I will appreciate the co-operation of my customers, In order that my son may be able to attend school an well as run my delivery car. J. T. CLARDY. CHAXCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. To Mrs. A. L. Prewett, Postofflce address and residence, Birmingham Ala., Mrs. Louise Bancroft, postofflce address and residence, Flomatou Ala ; Mrs. C. L. Varney and Mrs. V. II. Sims, postoffice address and residence, Gause, Texas; , Mrs. Mary liza Scott, postoffice address and residence, Memphis, Tenn., A. C. Cox, Ruleville, Mississippi, and the unknown heirs of Mrs. Julia A. Torry deceased. You are commanded to appear be fore tho Chancery Court of the Coun ty of Lowndes in said State, on tho 2nd Monday of October A. P. 191 to defend the suit of D. S. Cox, Jr et al wherein you are a defendant. This 21st day of Sept. A. D. 1918 B, A. LINCOLN. Clerk j M ! Oiil Jurdan, F.tM V btttak- r, sal EIU J'lr . fud n $" pur m ii urn mil. chir, lil' l rrpo.t 1 uU i-m u.nii on v hifti tii i .. u i l i i- it. I III I. il., mil ', it i.l.iilel li.ut till ,; i.f .in') ii i.i,.hi, j.niii .( ill II iiil K IMul i ' t l l $' p. i in.. mli, I III lllllt lull it 1 Hi .11 I . I ll, In. ma; 1,1 lit. m'iI'.i.m.i I l,i (. i . 1 1. mi " I IM! I "I llllitllllll, I..j 4 1 lilt. lf pUhl I III lllllt ill jl, il 14 Hi It . , ) I l I 'f Ill . II, rill 1 1 .it I I il.lt I III I I . 'I I i. i . 1. 1 1 1 n .,iii!m ,t ft" .1 nit., In tin' .lit i lin In 1,. I I t it il M)i..iiiiiniiliily mliipl'il nil in.. linn, il U r 1 1 -1 ! I hrtt lii'ij 1 lii M'limllliler (if III" 'I II Wit niK)nr wtitl miit.r minimi li e In uu j i'. "I' d I" tho ,inlltilliili if Int. I lii 1. 1.. mI in (ii 1 1 iih-.ii nit in i il...:. On million, tlm rinitiri nljnuni (ni M. n in iiipi K til llin wh r .l;in! I until Hi pt, n, 1 D Hi' rHiiry n" mi J nml iml' JNO J HU H MUM, U y lily l .i.li.il inn of l. (', Nuliln ti( ll I - intinui or the pi.ii.. .i. naiiiii-.it. J ii.M wiMimaitni:. ,.i... i I,., .,,M,,H n, w.,, i. .,!,., ' Vmir liuterninenl ak ymi In II' (Tpll-ll. Tho nuttier of flirting h succi'Miii (.I it. (.". Nnlile, t t'xiKiH'i!, ruini up fur I'dtmlilt'tatlon and iiltrr illHriHxioti it Willi ttglt't-d that the pimiliou nccupl eil by Mr. Noble be uliiillslnd and IlKit the Naltuki of the following policemen be IncreaHi-d to $100. mi ler month: Namely, Sisson, Cook, Hudson and Ulover, and Unit the sal ary of the chief, J. A. Morton lie Ixed at $112. GO. On motion, it is ordered that the salary of the chief of fire depart ment be increased to flOO.uo per month. The inarshall presented the tax rolls to the council and the council wont Into the equalization of taxes. The school committee reported tbat they had awarded the contract for tlie building of the Air Line cchool to John Northcutt for the sum of $&b0.O0 io be built according to plans aud specifications. There being no further business the council adjourned until Sept. 4th. ,JNO. J. RICHARDS, Sec y. City Hall, Columbus, Miss., Sept. 4th, 1918. The council met in regular ad journed session. Present, D. S. McClanahan, mayor; L. V. Stevens, L. A. Viiughan, K. E. Ciiapjielle, j W, Hani!), and S. M. Nash, council nien. The secretary presented a petition from A. A. Marshall, assistant in spector of water and sewerage, re questing the council for an Increase in salary, no action was taken. The remainder of the session wa3 devoted to the equalization of tho tax rolls. On motion the council adjourned until. Thursday night. Sept, &, 1918. JNO. J. RICHARDS, Secy. . City Hall, Columbus, Miss., Sept. G, 19 IS. The council met in regular ad journed session. Present, D. S. McClanahan, mayor: and L. W. Stevens, L. A. Vaughan, li. K, Chap-pilk-, T. W. Harris and S. M. Nash, councilman. On motion the salary of S. (1. Wild er, engineer jf the steam roller, was fixed at $1 12.5(1 per month. On motion, It is ordered that tho salary of A. A. Marshall, ausifUaut In spector of water and sewerage, be fixed at $100.00 p-r month. The remainder of the session was devoted to the equalization of the tax rolls. On motion, the council bdjourned until Monday, Sept. 9t.h, 1918. JNO. J RICHARDS, Sec'y. City Hall, Columbus, Miss., Sept. 9th, 1913. Tlie council met in regular ad journed session. Present, D. S. McClanahan, mayor, and the follow ing councilnien, L. W. Stevens, L. A. Vaughan, E. E. Chappelle, T. W. Har ris and S. M. Nash. The .following bills , were allowed and ordered paid: Incidentals. Cumberland Telephone Co., $1.10; Pec & Lamb (sub. ck.) $123.35: Wright Auto Co., $1.50. Fire lfc pt. L. E. Mayfield, 59c; R. M. Nickles, $2; T. J. Locke, Jr., $24.85; Streets Drug Store, $2; Cols. Ry. Lt. & Pow. Co., $3.01; Robertson & Co., 74c; Jno. W. Jones, $1.75; Cols. Ry. Lt. & Pow. Co., $2.10; Cols. Ins. & Mort. Co., $36.30; Cols. Ry. Lt. & Pow. Co., $25.88. Schools. Columbus Commercial,' $6.50, Gunter Pros., $2; Robertson &Co., $3.40; Robertson & Co., $4; Gulf Refining Co., $26.00; Columbus Dis patch, $1.10; Cols. Hdw. & Fur. Co., 70c; T-. J. Mcintjre, $2.50; L A. Caine, $10; Cols. Ry. Lt. & Pow. Co., 5. Water Works. Wriht Auto Co., $9.25; Columbus Dispatch, $35. 5d; Ran Schropshire $1; Ran Shropshire, $1; Gulf Re fining Co., $37.40; M. C. Vandiver.j $7.99; J. G. McCloskey, $1; Colum bus Auto Co., $2.95; Cols. Udw. & Fur. Co., $4; Caledonia Coal Co.. $595.76 Banks Hardware Co., $6.35; A. Schofkld, $1; II. C. Foreman, $1. Police Department. Jno. W. Jones, 95c; H. C Fore man, 75c; Banks Hardware Co., $1.75; T. Wr. Belsher., 50c; A. Scho field. $1.50; Bell Cafe, $14; Green Childs, $6.80; E. M. bhropshlre, $1: W. R. Sparks, 50c. Sprinkling. Ti-s T natnn, f S3 74 I On motion, it is ordered that the mayor and treasurer be autnorized to Issue Loan Warrants for $2,500 to meet current expenses in the Gen- eral fund, tod 13.000 la mt PV in 'lit if lachr'a taUrl fo; in month of aVpttmhr Mlrrrt Ihmm IiiiviiI, tvu Li row, i'ii, ii n i. T J I ih k, it,, L I, II t , ... limn, flu i, Jim. T SViml, I'l '. I ..I l'lt, Mi", I. liinrllf t U IT. j Mi T MifWihir ipi'iri I l. I Iih Hi ii it in 1 1 hi. I i . i , i . ,i , .. : , i Inn lit i.t l, li r 1 1 , 1 i.l I i i i 'ii. i.ui UfliU V niiii, mt (mil. mi i I l.t I I Uft : Il 1 1 I I ! I III til I .( I i,'lt. i All I, I l!il,.lll('l' I I Hill! illf f ! lull. . i, i Iiiiik-mI fuf 'nti.r wiiii rt-l mi l pl.uM a full snl winter ttai.lin, llr.ni iii.lt tte I'Ulllli'l four weeks ili.u hu youtiK snips on the vltit. Tu -nlp pi ii ti (id thtii ur kIviiik ll.ii family of the V-yeur-old boy, suln.l Coin and Irish potatoes In1 plitntid ate growing nicely. Thlx boy i; Orion Street, colored, who lives m iir llateKVllle. Food is scarce now, with litii'O.ooo of our men "over there." Stop and think what It will he win' i the 1'. S. sends 4,000,000 awa. Come to the rescue by planting a fall and winter garden now. Don't think it Is too late. Beans protected from the first frost will continue to bear when the warmer days come later. Lettuce planted with turnips, rape, winter mustard or other cover crops, will give you lettuce for full nnd even in February. Dig up the weeds and put something in their place to help win this war. Will your conscience spot you as a slacker'' The government aBks all teachers to t;rade the boys and girls extra, who are helping by being in the IT. S. 3. G. Sard is Southern Reporter. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. The assessment rolls for the City of Columbus for the years 1918 and 1913 are completed and are now on file in the mayor's office. There they will remain together with all revisions, changes and corrections that may be made by the Mayor and City Council at its meeting on the First Tuesday in September, 1918, until the First Tuesday In October, 1918, subject to Inspection. All ob jections to the assessments or changes made by the said Mayor ami City Council must be filed in writ ing on or before the said first Tues day of October, 1918, or uald an nessment or changes must be con clusive. M. C VANDIVER, City Marshal and Tax Collector. September 2nd, 1918. CHANCERY NOTICE. ihe State of Mississippi, Lownden County. To Celia Levenson, po itol'f ire ad dress and residence No 76 Forsyt street, New York City, N. Y. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the County of Lowndes in said State, on the 2nd Monday of October. A. I)., 1918, to defend the petition of Simon Levenson and wife. Lulu Levenson wherein you are a defend ant. This 11th day of September, A. D. 1918. B. A. LINCOLN, Chirk. Your money should not be neutral; Enlist it in the Fourth Loan. GOVERNMENT SENDS AN URGENT CALL The President of the Civil-Service Commission recently wired: "Need for stenographers and typist at Washington grow more acute dally. Increawe effort all pos- Kihle." The Government and business con cerns are short FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND office assistants. Sal aries never before heard of are now being offered. We have PERFECTED and COPY RIGHTED charts and lesson sheets that enable us to teach you, at your home, BY MAIL, In THIRTY LES SON'S, a system of Shorthand used by about NINETY per cent of tlie Government stenographers, and to teach you, BY MAIL, In EIGHT WEEKS, a Bookkeeping Course that Is SUPERIOR to any SIX-MONTHS' course. Tho Government drafted our Clvll- , Servlce Bookceeplng Set. Clip, fill out, and mall the COUPON follow ing: 4 f CX)U"ON DRAIGHON'S COLLEGE, Nashville, Tenn.: Send FREE look on Home Study and tell me why a Home-Study Course, given by your new method, Is $ better than a course at college; also, tell me about the contract that you will give to secure for ine a good position. I clipped this notice from The Commer- cinl. Columbus, Miss. a (Kama) 4 (Address) "A. MAXWELL" ? Milt KITHIR HANRlNa Mliil Krn.uil mid li.. r ilium, Mr Jurln lliitwll, . Mniiiitig mi In srin dnwti i,i .In. Ionium fn.m lm inlbyn, liii h li i'ii miin.i. m day .ii.i. "Vn, fill, plmmi It'll dl linl' Ml jrntir mind juii m' I. . in icrrlbir II dnjr," rn hilmiil M irnfl. "Will, f tfllK ) I 1,1' Hiltilf If ltll l llll.l ). ill. Ill I Mil' I Mil I'ltllltllJ to 7"tir liHiiiit in i it u t m KffitunM"ti ft Mli'. l , U tttlV l I H let I li 4 fur n. Iinul thin ituirtiliitf I lienf.l iii.iile rr Iiil l'i'l Unit nli lin. 1 1 Hiil a I. t- ti-r frniii unit nf hi-r mliiiol'liij ihtnm, Mr. M.ituill. wliii-e itnuk'lili r Arline tin J ut riiiiiit tii Ih F ". Immure yi'iir at MJi m lii. nnd, h n rrwiirl fur Timm m'tiuliifiiliiji, nr iimllier Is gulnf (u 'tii her vniiim lu re mi n vm ntlen. That nint h didn't ni. r.. inn nr, nd 1 nlMMi'd out mi (tin I'urili. 1 saw II wit sprinkling, so v nt linck Into tha hall for my iimlireilu, overhiisrlng nHdlier sny 'Miiy be her some tlnm dnrlnit tho week of Hlbyl's rrndus' tton.'" ll.ri Sibyl h uwitl. but Inf npresslnn betrayed tho dlspust which ! could not put Into words. "Dreadful " e Jnctilated Marjorle. "She'll have to ft to nil the daniii aud receptions, nnd where will you find a boy to go with lierj" The days piissed along swiftly, filled with ninny hnppy hours of preparing for graduationhour at the dres maker's, milliner's nnd motoring trips to big city department stores. The first big event of the week, tha fenlor ball, cntne on a Tuesday eve ning, and Tuesday afternoon found Sibyl at home, resting for the great event. The telephone Jangled sharply, nnd Sibyl moved to answer. After a few minutes' conversation she return ed, throwing herself dejectedly Into ber chair. "Oh, dear," she sobbed. "Now I can't go to the dance. Those dreadrul, Inconsiderate people." It so happened that Sibyl wa to at tend tho dance with Marjorle Russell's sailor brother, who wac home on a short furlough, but a telegram Just re ceived by him sent hlra hurrying to the telephone to Inform Sibyl that he must report at his ship at nine the next morning, thus necessitating his leav ing at once. The telephone rang again.. Western Union wished to dictate a telegram for her father, and as he was out rid ing, Sibyl took the message on paper, as follows: "Will arrive on 4:80 ex press. See you at station. A. Max welL" "Oh, It never rains but It pours P slghed Sibyl as she wearily glanced at the clock. "Four o'clock, and nobody at home to meet the child. That means Miss Sibyl Kendall will have the pleas ant task." Soon she was Jauntily dressed In a light summer sport suit and spinning swiftly down" Main street In her little roadster. Sibyl drew up at tlie station as the train came to a stop. No young girl appeared to loiter around the sta tion. Sibyl Jumped from tho roadHtcr and went Into the station, then Btarted around on the outside, vowing to at least do her duty in locating the glrL Hurrying n round the last corner, she ran squarely Into someone coming In the opposite direction. "Goodness t" exclaimed a masculine and a feminine voice together. Sibyl recovered herself at once and glancing up looked into the twlnkllest brown eyes she had ever seen. With out a word she swiftly took In the trim cap, broad khaki shoulders and sliver bar of a first lieutenant and then started as he quickly said, "Why, you look Just like your picture, Miss Ken dan." It was Indeed a puzzled Sibyl that looked Into the handsome face. "And where did you see my pic ture r she said faintly. "Why, your mother sent one of your graduation pictures to my mother. It was a dandy picture, too." "Who are you, anyway?" 'Sibyl asked abruptly. "What 1 Do you mean to say yon came down hero to meet me and now don't know who I am?" and his eyes twinkled eveu merrier than at first. "I came down here to meet Arlln Maxwell," said Sibyl with dignity. "No, you didn't really. You came to meet Arthur Maxwell and here I am at your service," and the young offi cer made a comical bow Just then a big touring car drew up and Mr. and Mrs. Kendall rushed np to the two young people, ''We Just happened to read the tele gram Sibyl left on the telephone desk so we came at once because, you see, we didn't tell Sibyl you might come as we wanted to surprise her; and on the other hand save ber from disappoint- went If yon were called away before you were able to visit us," hurriedly stated Mrs. Kendall to Arthur Max well. Sibyl began to see a 11 ght in the dis tance. Finally It fully Wawned on her that she had not beard the whole of her mother's story to lier father sev- "1, 1 , J ' . T. r .r:f ui wecK otiore, ana sue oau biiowwu j tier Imagination to run too far, and it wasn't Arllne Maxwell that was com ing the week of ber graduation, but Ar tine's brother, on his way to camp. Upon ber arrival htme, Sibyl was called to the telephone to receive th sympathies of Marjorlie Russell, and that young lady could not understand why Sibyl so gayly aUted that, "Yes, I'm going Just the sanvtand will bring A. MarwelL Tm sure .I'll have a won derful time." (Copyright, 1918, by tha 1 fcClure Newspa per 8yndJc ta.) CHANGE IN I 'JtlCEH. The following price I of leu cream became effective Septtfcnber 1: Quarts, 65c. Half gallons, $1.00. One gallon, $1.75. 9-5-3t LIDE'S riRUft STORE. Buying Liberty Be inds poits in the U. S. A. tjjr Read our advertirt;ine.nt. &K?PERUNA Crratrxt Raman VILillr "lwrf IK li,ir fit W1 mil wi xi l.lir .IT 1 1, ... WON Will lha b-wl it I.. I l.fcM i in i.l irlf tti. f..m il. Afl Ifflaa mnrnt i4 ail ffif rt ,,mitii..'l r"i. Mica iMittht tu wait In I,., f m Ih-t.it a4 In mm l'.iit I mmm ova Hl r f UrnMt Iw.lro Willi- l.( lkTIUli It'll lilt l-.i'la nf Malta 1 1 A, Mm IliaJ lima, I hmf ItaaM wllliwtf! I'rn. I im it tit mHi a4 mm m '! ! htM aa4 all atll it nt1 It IU Itallial " 0 frtim-ift 11 HIMItlO ', Mi l, I li !r nd I ) Hit iv i.f i ! i 1 nf tha (, Imln tty Cunt ot I . lies t'niintv, MUixilppl, inn. iii In i anna nf Mtt I 'i l M T'i-. ; i v"taii Mi. Alna M I'n't it No ii temtvtod at Ilia Apii! .: A f. I HI I Ibrranf, t, m ! CnllllllHalonur IIHIIU' I Hi n.inl 1 1- l will, on the ilh d.iy of ti.tni.ii , I) llllK, being tha ritt Mm, ,s theifcof, within tha hiiil Ihum r mil h ul at front ilnn; nf t! Cmut lion (i In tha City nf ( nhii' bun, Mlsalanlppl, mil at pitiilic nut cry to tha highest bidder fur cm i the following daHcrllieil real i-!'t . r . lo-wlt. The south half of the io.i:!i cant quarter of tha Northwp.it o,u. li ter, and wett half of the NTthw-f. uuarter and lha went half of i' c southwest quarter, and East of ti " Southwest quartur and the Smith patt of tha Bouthenst quarti-', beiiu: thirty acres more or 1hh, except fom acre, about bored well, in fail Southeait quarter, described as fol lows: Beginning on the North bank of tha Tomblgbee river at low w..tc: mark, running due North from n point 1S6 faet wast ot tho bou d w.! 41fl feet, thence running due E i. t 416 feet, thance running South llti feet, thence running west along th bank of the river to the point of beginning, all of said lands tirlrip. in fractional Section 17 and the Ea "t half of the Northeast quarter nr.d Northwest quarter of Nt rthen ..it quarter and Northeast quarter o" Northwest quarter of Section IS. all the foregoing lands being in Town ship 18, south of range 18 west and lot No. 3 In fractional section 1 1, township 18, south of ranpo l i Wort, all being in Lowndes County, Mis sissippi. ' I will convey only such title as i ; vested In me, which is belieed to le good. This the 11th day of September.! 1918. B. A. MNCOI-N, j Commissioner. ; CHANCEKY XOTIt'l'. ; The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. To T. W. Schlater, Post Office a'. -, droits and residence Toledo, Ohio Ronio 8. Johnston, Post Office a'i-: dress and residence, Salem, Vir ginia; Reglna Krvin, Po4 orric. address and residence, Plaquoiiiine Louisiana; Winona 8. Harvey and Freddie It. Kllllngsworth, Post Of fice addresses and residence, Pla- iiuemlne, Louisiana; Wewrtt Lo", Post Office address and re;V,d''nc. New York City, New ork; Mv Mary 11. Carother. Post O.'lietv a '. dress and residence, Memphis, Tenn.: Mrs. Carrie B. Hill, Post Office ad dress and residence, Citronclle, .) bama; Dr. Means Blewett, Po;t O t'ice address and resldenco, Cttrut; tile, Alabama; Courtney Blewett minor, Post Office address and resi.'. ence, Birmlnnham, Jefferson Cou.t- ty, Alabama. You are commanded to appi ar be fore the Chancery Court of Lowm! County, In said State on the secoie' (2nd) Monday In October, 1918, t defend the suit of Allen B, Harri -o i wherein you are defendants. Wltnea my hand this the ISth (hi: of September, 1918. B. A. LINCOLN, Clerk. XOT1CB OF TKISTEE'S HVI.K. State of Mississippi, County of Lowndes. Under and by virtue of tho powe and authority Tested in me ar Tn; tee In a certain Deed of Trust ex ecuted by Clarence E. Barium u:i wife, Mrs. Clarence E. Barnaul, e the 16th day of January, lfllS, i secure the payment of cetain in debtnoss therein mentioned to th Building and Savings Association of Columbus, a corporation, th. beneflcijry therein, which Doed o Trust Is of record In the office o. the chancery, clerk of Lowndes coun ty, at Columbus. Mississippi, in Tru.; Deed Record No. 106, pages C24 t 628 of the records of laoitpacs arc Deeds of Trust on lands, reference u which Is hereby made; default hav ing been made tn the payment o said Indebtedness, and the condition of said Instrument having bee: broken by the grantors therein, are having been requested and direct."! by the beneficiary therein and lc-:a n.i of t,.,.i fnrpclose the same mS . . V Mi - - I, the undersigned Trustee therein, will in vinnilav tha 14th dav of Oct- ober, 1918, at the Court House door of Lowndes county, at Colnmren Mississippi, within leal hours, offe. and expose for sale and v.itl sell, at public auction, to the highest aud best bidder for cash, the following described real estate and property situated, lying and being In the City of Columbus, County of Lowndes and 8tata of Mississippi; to-wit: Al' r N. jfii :" - " A j i ..'J I Was Entirely Cured Hi, Mm. . Itfla, -J", a, 'ni,il lll. Miia .. -, fi. l.tl. 'itti l, li' it -"f l hl i laa. I'm, I h4 if. I lfoi4 r T.ttl Vrm ,, ,. i fonitl, T! .1 ' ' ed t-i I " w.ii'l ,;! ii I , ' .i 'i'l U' t t t I M 'i. us.! c. va: Tr.'.i - Si I I'l' t oM".!i-.ii ! i: r I'll'lei- a':.! by i: t .w r crco of th" r'.iHP.i '0 'o'ii''. i des County. I I . .;ri'i, cauie of M. A. V. - v Marv L. Mti:rr c al :.'. '! Leu i: hl to i s Mrs. : i r. n- dered at !' ' O 'o'. . 'i'i rei A. I and a i'iti'iv .l t!i rc rj 10 t; j Cfi'ii't ;,!l r .' ' -1'. iM", Ciiine.; '- i - ;i tin of Ln,v,':!i a r.nirity. M' (lei i il a! t !ie Apr t T. . . i !hel"i't', th;' r.-.o-lT-::...' .-.ioner ii.! in i! j;; ; :. -Id ' re--th.- 7th I.v of Oct'.!'!';', If'! the first Momlry Ihff nf v : legal ll.Of-'. if :i: h ;t'i front (1'ior of t.;.c t'o i. t I''11' City i r Cil::i:.!,u.-. ,vr, .-.i- at p'li'H.i 'Utcry to the ln.tr; at Si'o I'i it.-? It. Sell n hiu- ;crib-'l it n;U.x' ,,.r fov .,.,1, the follow i; real i . (ale 1, 1. :niil In !!.( f'i'i.iM The f;t.'t l.i'i' i.r of f . Il '.'.i-wi ; ; t nu.H t', r in Towiv f:qhtieri iiiy act t ot section thirt-.t! ship sit-a:i i IS). (IS) west, roiituir. more or loss, 1 wi'l ciiini1 on!; tit!; ve.'.ted in ine Rood. Ti,i. fil ms. , which is ! ' ie '.-.I to If 1 1 th day of S-n'o'ii!; II. A. LIN' 'OI. N. CotiitnisslotitT. i CHANCERY NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Lownth County. To Mr- , .fur. -lie Lollar, po-toflice a dress unknown. You are commanded to appear L fore t''e Chancery Court of thi County of Lowndes in said St on the 2 Mondlay of Oct. A. I. 1018 to defend suit of J. A. Lollar where in you are a defendant. ThU i d iy ef f-'.-pt., A. 1, 1918. P. A. LINCOLN, CI rk, H. I UMI.P.V, f. I Mcsic i,i:s-ivs. OrKan, I'i.uio, Vmuil H'jw.nd M. Tea -ni:! !.. ?ludio, Mrs. .al-.i' i . ..'-! N.i. 11 S-3 1 -lit Puiy A; in,;'; mm e. Kayn, pledr.i J. iltv P :fi loiiria calls W. Hunter Uubonks Bei3t.i3t Ofiicc, First State Bank Bids;. ooooooooooooooooo 0 MONEY TO LEND O LONG OR SHORT TIME 0 LOW RATE OF INTEREST STURDIVANT, OWEN AND 0 GARNETT D ATTOPNEYS AT LAW. o a o o o c o o o o o o o o c E. E. CALLAWAY CiVices i irt State Bank Special Attcnt'on Given to Coll. tlons and Civ';! Hj;iie. DR. T. H. HENRY Phone 21. Office hours 10:30 to 11 :.' a. m.. 1 to 5 p. m. ResidenJ pj,Qne ygy Office 1st oiate bank Bids I 1 " if OH. P. I. BERRY DENTIST Offir FnrmH Orrunixl by Dr. WeatmoreUnd, Sr.