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THE COLUMBUS DISPATCIL WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1919. 1 1 I! TRIPPETTS ALL CASH INDEPENDENT DRUG 8T0R Incorporated With TRIPPETTS FOUNTAIN AND LUNCHEONETTE 606 College Street OFFERING c POUND STATIONERY at 42c PHOftE 147 PRICES ON ALL GOODS REDUCED FOR CASH i At this season of the year the vi tality is the lowest. Help nature to j function thoroughly by drinking Shi , vnr Springs water. Others arc being benefited, why not you? Phone J. L. Walker & Company, ana a bottle I will be delivered at your door. Heartburn after a hearty meal nu-ans weakness in th.j digestive or gans. Prickly Ash Bitters gives them strength, tunes. up the stomach and purifies the bowels. Price $1.25 per bottle. Sold by all dealers. j .. CALEDONIA. I The folowing is the welcome ad Id ress delivered by W. W. Harts ; field, Pastor of M. E. Church South, j before Lowndes County Singing ' Convention assembed at Flint Hill i church Sept. 14th, 1919. Ladies and Gentlemen, friends: ! As spokesman for the church and ' lAmnnitv I am nlaaonH you that a welcome salutes you all. I To-dav we commend you to com fort and free you from' anxiety, and . A 1. 4 1 I .. lino liA fvlit- ' ed to the summit of an Alabama hill, seated himself on a stump. Ob livious to the presence of any one, he performed a melody on his violin and was surprised to hear a blue jay call "Play it, Play it," as the music died away. He performed again and again and invariably the blue-jay called. "Play it, Play it," as the music ceasd. M usic-melody-harmony, charms the 'birds, subsides the savage spirit of the beast amd stills the weary longing of the soul. When the sky light is clear and its sun shines re splendent, we sing in the major key, and when the clouds gather and the curtains are drawn, the voice is low and our mirth has ceased, then the unconquerable soul asserts itself in the minor key and sings back , to our list-while joy. Singing is a medium by which this harmony is conveyed and when we wed it to a kind reception we Tha Quaint That Does Not Affect tk Ktaa Breaane of it tonic and laaativc effect. LAXA TIVE BROMO UL'ININK i. better than ordinr Quinine and doea not cauae nervouaneaa nar nogioc In head. Remember the lull name and look tor the aigaature of H. W. GM.OVB. 0c Mr. L. R. Clardy, of the Ethelville section was among the 'business viitors in the city Friday. "Observe the smart simplicity and refinement ef these Verite $uits develop a miniature heaven iinvm, . - . i . An actress aiLenucu a nciviLc. the choir sang "Depth of Mercy, ran j there be mercy still reserved lor nA D hm hrrtilcrht ' me '. one HIOOU icir uinyvr, mc abroad a shadow of care: because song asserted itself in her soul, she we would have you be as merry as 'rear her long neglected Bible and first, good company can be. I came at peace with God. Afterwards A friend of mine an a hike climb- supporting the principle character in a new Dlav. she satng. not the ac- Tmmmmmmmmmmmm Icompaniment of the Orchestra, but "Depth of Mercy, can mere De Mercy Still reserved for me?" Some ridiculed but many were awakened to a need of spiritual development. Some object to the Convention on the ground of "Sunday picnic." numic phase (level- There's an individuality about VERITE SUITS and COATS for FALL that every smartly dressed woman appreciates. Art ful little touches of style, unmistakably Parisian; the hang of the jacket, the drape of the skirt, a deft touch here and there by a master hand lift VERITE SUITS out of the commonplace. Worm V tfiiiTO ic COATS are always authentic and correct in style. Come in today and see the splendid variety of models shown. You'll be surprised to find them so reasonable in price, consider ing their unusual style, the exceptional quality of the materials, workmanship, fit and finish. Sm if I i w jjllt Sometimes the G. M. C. TRUCKS Make good where others fail Robinson Motor Car Co. Columbus, Mississippi $4 7.50 to $87.50 i;!S Wool Velour Suit with the new one-sides effect which can be worn open a3 well a.s closed. Very novel design f hand embroidery on back, sijos and collar of coat. Silk lined and interlined. Skirt de signed to match the coat. Price ?M"..r,o. i Beautiful New Fall Blouses ZJome in and see the new arrivals in Smart, New Fall Blouses that have just arrived. i Georgette Blouses All the new shades in neat and handsome Beaded and Embroidered Mod els, Special $6.50 up Welworth Blouses All the new models. Very Special $2.50 Wirthmore Blouses Large choice, selection latest styles. Very Special $1.50 ON ACCOUNT OF HOLIDAY OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4th, UNTIL 6 P. M. BUT WILL OPEN PROMPTLY AT 6 READY FOR BUSINESS. TV ltW .a it m BBPHMBaiau " ' aF iaaw-km aWa m IF YOU WANT READY-TO-WEAR BUY IT AT LOEB'S 1 A. V I ops. Unscrupulous men coumerien our currency. We retain the "Legal" and restrain the "Illegal," without repudiating the currency system. So in all things suppress the evil and cleave to the good. We sing you a welcome, we laugh you a welcome, and smile you a welcome. With the coming of Autumn, we hear the school bells ringing, gath- ering the children to train them for American citizenship. The best work is in our school rooms and the wise leadership of our girls and boys must be utilized n guiding them in preparation for the responsible duties that await them in the near future. The Caledonia consolidated high school will open at 8 A. M. the first Monday in October, with Miss Birdie Malloy as principal, Mrs. T. L. Dowd'le, first assistant, Miss A. B. Wilson, Music. Will give the 'acuity in full next week. The outlook is encouraging for the largest first day enrollment in the history of the institution. No matter what cr'"iion may be held as to the ninny ques tions which may now, or in rhe fut ure, disturb or hinder our on going, no one doubts but what the consoli dated school is a-rvi will be n avaiv! success. We have to start, with, f ur schools consolidated with the Cab donia school. The pupils will be car ried in nice motor cars on schedule -time. . . . The Caledonia high school has weathered the ctorm of wnr in go'd shape and the only 'Irtw back ve have just now is the boarding prob lem. Let the people wake up and help the school solve this problem bv building n good boarding house. Students are being turned away daily from this school by some one Ji.minn- find lettinc the school and ! the children be neglected. Let's everybody come to school the first Monday in October .and make " this a gala dav for the consolidated school in Caledonia, i V. urn iii form pd hv Prof. N. F. Llndon. one of the Monroe conntv's j ! oldest and most prominent citi.en.-t ! and successful farmers. that he I is seventy one (71) years of age , and has not bought a bushel of foit.i i in forty five years. Ho also states that he raises his own hogs at home and u'ne to spare. lie is th" noted sintrer of the Greenwood Springs section and has been t-wb'tij: music all his life. . The following were cutertair.ed at dinner by Mrs. 1). F. droves on ; Fridav of the past week, at her i howv in Fast Cale-lor.ia: Mr. and Mrs. Fmniett IVrrv. Mrs. K. H. F" ! Cor, Mrs. Sam Smith and family, ,uk Mrs. Groves' mother, Mrs. Mary Smith, of Gatman, Miss. This day will ever remain green in the memory of all those who enjoyed th hospitality of the Ooves home. Miss 'Margie Fgeer, Miss Kath- ;l,.en CoMnell iiud Mr. Hal Andrews, 'are those from Caledonia attending ,'the Lee lliuh School in Columbus Ithi session. These young people will bo greatlv missed trom our soHal circle this winter. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Darnell and two ons. Messrs. Fred aud Fdwin, spent part of last week in Memphis attending the fair. While there they were enteruuneo m mr " Mr. Darnell's sistcT. Mrs. W. B. Hassengton. They report tne iair good and a pleasant trip. Mr. .1. B. McDaniell, of Amory was a business visitor in Caledonia Tuesday. Mr. W. 1L Brooks, a prominent business man of Columbus, was shaking hands with his frkmds on the streets of Caledonia last Satur dfl v Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dowdle spent last week in Memphis attending the fair and taking in the sights of the Bluff city. They report a grand time. Mr. W. E. Frazee. a prominent insurance mam of Columbus, was the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. N Kolb motored to Vernon, Ala., Sunday. The friends of Miss Mary Wells will be sorry to learn that she is quite sick with the fever. W'e hope for her a speedy recovery. Mr. H. L. Freeman of Monroe county has bought the W. J. Low farm dne mile north of Caledonia. We bid this interesting family a cordial welcome in our community. Messrs. James and Alfred Law rence are welcomed hom after spending sometime at Muskega, Mich- . , Mr. Tom Wells has received nis honorable discbarge from the U. S. v.rr nrher he has been for the 3 past eighteen months. He was wel comed home last Thursday- ;'1 - "TTHAT may seem queer talk under pres ent bulling cost but we make the pre" diction advisedly . " For some years to come our export of building materials is bound to be immense. For some years to come we will be unable to catch up with the demand at home. We honestly believe we can sell to you chaaper today than we can later on. M.IMaW iw 1 yjr. Reduction of Street Car Fares On and after August 1st Street . Railway fare will be 5c for all persons over 5 years of age. Patrons are earnestly requested to have exact change and deposit fare in the box as they enter car. , Columbus Railway, Light & Power Co. D. T. GASTON, Manager. WE WANT YOUR BATTERY BUSINESS. m ' r &rcntualljr-.5?Hx Not No5?T. Z3 EXIDE Batteries are GOOD Batteries We rent you one while we have yours at 25 cents per day. r Exide Service Station Phone 322. Robinson Motor Car Co.