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THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1, 1919. IT" i p fri a ps pt ii THE Old Fellows Building. IL UassifiedArivutisimeLts Announcement. . . j It is our pleasure to announce to j uur friends ami patrons the Jietui- sition of two additionall expert! Automobile mechanics, Mr. W. L. Holt, uf.nl Mr. J. L. Mashburn, both1 with ten to twelve years Factory i experienc e w ith all makes of cars. Will take care of all your ear troub-1 les, in a prompt ami satisfactory ', manner. j Robinson Motor Car, Co. lt-l-4t Land For Sale. .. Seventy acres, 3 miles of Caledonia, Aberdeen road; 30 acres cleared, balance it timber, 200,000 feet. Ten ant house and bam. 80 acres ad joining that owner will sell. Address or apply to R. B. Caldwell. R. F. D. No. 2. Caledonia, Miss. 9-24-2w Notice. Notice is given that all permis siona for fishing, hunting, trespass ing of all kiuda on my lands are hereby revoked and are null and void. This means everybody. 1'lease do not ask for these privileges as they will not be granted again. J. E. Cox. 9-14-lm Stolen Mule. Stolen from my home in N. W. rickens, Thursday night the 24th, ne black mare mule, 3 years old; also bridle and Texas saddle. $10 reward for information leading to her recovery. Address W. O. Red us, B. P. D. No. 1, Millport, Ala. St Boys Wanted. There is a fine opening in the rrintine industry for young mti desiring to learn the printing busi-1 Bess. We have openings lor two good men who wish to learn. Write or apply to this office. Wanted. Tosiion as bookkeeper either in mercantile or lumber. Con furnish A 1 reference. Must have good alory to begin. Inquire Bookkeeper, care Dispatch. 9-21 1m For Sale. I My place, containing 115 acres, six room house, tenant house and out- buildings. Good pasture, running va-j ter all year. Suitable for stock farm. Apply to W. A. Austin, Steens, Miss., fi. F. D. 1. toOct.20 For Sale. House and lot in Siftison, Steph enson & Cox Addition. All conven iences. Close to Southern Shops nd 1. I. & C. Will sell at a bargain. J. H. Cox, Columbus Marble Works, or Phone 724. 9-21-lm Property For Sale. The property known as the Fun derburk boarding house, No. 718 S. Ninth avenue. For price, apply to C. L. Randle, Rt. 6, Columbus, Miss. t-10-tf For Sale. Several High grade Jersey cows and heifers to freshen soon. High test in butterfat. Two Jersev bull calves. W. D. Bishop, Route 2, Col umbus, Miss. 9-7-1 in For Sale. One 2 1-2 H. I'. Raynor-Fields uas engine. Will sell at a barjraiti. E. A. Morris, Steens, Miss. Rt. 2. i-14-lm . . For Sale. A number of High Gnle Jersey milch cows for sale. Abo ore? Rcis- tered bull. Walter Phillips. Phme' 473. J-'JS-L'w Dodge Fort Sale. Dodge automobile for sale. Almost good as new. V. B. Tmes, Care Dis patch. 9-21 -If Columns For Sale. ! Four cast iron store front columns ' for sale. Write or apply at The Dis-' patch office. Young Lady Wanted. . . J To feed presses and work in this; office. Apply at Dispatch. I i I For Rent, . . ! Four rooms, upstairs of T. J.j Locke, Sr., home on North Urd Ave; I H modern conveniences. Thos. J. JjorU, Jr. 10-l-2t For Quick Sale. On TVv)m Roadster: rood tires. $385. John McClanahati, Bell Lbr.' ANOTHER INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC IS FREELY PREDICTED FOR THIS WINTER EPIDEMIC LAST YEAR CAUSED MORE DEATHS IN TlrfS COUNTRY THAN OUR WAR LOSSES. IF YOU ARE A VICTIM THIS YEAR WILlf YOU LEAVE ADEQUATE LIFE INSURANCE? Jesse Po Woodward, Agent Sewing. . . Columbus Iressiiiaiint,' Parlors, over Broken Dollar Store, will ap preciate your work. Alteration, ; niernlAi, hemstitching, and alii kinds of sewing. Quick work ourj Kpecialty. ' 10-1-lm Wanted. Experienced teacher at Cherokee school. Apply at once. J. C. Jones, Trustee, Columbus, Miss. Star Ht. 10-1-tf SOUTH KUN RAILWAY COMPANY IN MISSISSIPPI. September, 17, 1919. The annual meeting of the stock holders of Southern Railway Com pany in Mississippi (Incorporated) for the purpose of electing Directors and approving the action taken by the Board of Directors since the last annual meeting of stockholders, and for the further purpose of consider ing the expediency of authorizing, confirming and ratifying the execu tion and delivery of a contract or contracts between Southern Railway Company in Mississippi and the United States, or its representative, relating to the compensation to be paid for the possession, use and con trol of the system of transportation, and its appurtenances, of said South ern Railway Company in Mississip pi, and to the operation, maintenance and return of said property, and to authorize the Board of Directors of said Company generally to consider and act upun any and all questions and matters incidental to the pur poses aforesaid or growing out of the taking over by the President of the United States of the Company's railrod and system of transportation, and for the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the meeting, will be held at the principal office of the Company in Columbus, Mississippi, on Thursday, October 2, 1919, at 12:00. - i V. S. WVNN. j Secretary. j 9-18-25 ! MEMPHIS & CHARLESTON RAIL- j WAY COMPANY September 17, 1919. I The Annual Meeting of Stock-1 holders of Memphis and Charleston , Railway Company for the election of Directors and other proper busi ness, will be held at the office of the 1 Compnny in Columbus, Mississippi, on Thursday, October 2, 1919, at 1 : 00 o'clock P. M. F. S. Wynn, Secretary. 9-18-25 READY FOR BUSINESS. hi offering stock in the Tombig bee Oil & Gas Company, the offi cials desire to state to the people, that no fee for commission, nor stock for promotion, but dollar for dollar will be puid for every share. It will receive the personal atten tion of its officers and their best judgment can be counted on to give a thorough test in drilling for oil and gas. We further more desire to give am opportunity to everyone wishing to invest in this enterprise. The stock can be bought in $5.00 denominations and up, advising no one to invest an amount as would hurt them i case of failure to get. oil and gas. j Selection of place for drilling will be made by geologist. t Capitalized at one-humi-i thous-, and dollars, only 50,000 will be sold in the first series. Some people will be offered first what they wish to subscribe for. We anticipate no trouble in having the remainder taken by people out of the county, j Stock books will be open for sale of stocks, Munday morning, Sept 29, 1919. Office Tombigbee Oil and Gas Co., Stone Arcade. C. F. Sherrod, President, Tombigbee Oil and Gas Co. KEY EN I E OFFICE AT J ACKSON. Notice is given to the public of the establishment of a new revenue district for Mississippi with head quarters at Jackson. Mr. G. L. Don and is the new Mississippi Collector and the district embraces the entire State of Mississippi. On and after October 1, 1919 all taxes are due and payable at the Jackson office. In other words, in stead of making reports to John D. McNeill- in Birmingham, Mississip pians will report to Collector Don ald in Jackson. All communications relative to Federal taxes should be addressed to the Internal Revenue Collector, Jackson, Miss. Columbus, Watch for "Auction of Souls" a Primes- soon. CHANCERY' NOTICE. The State of Mississippi, Countv of Lowndes. To John D. Bibb, Post office and residence Anniston, Alabama; Re becca Bibb Kintr, Post office ad dress and residence, 2025 E. 100 St., Cleveland, Ohio; Evelyn Bibb (ialt, P. O. address and residence care of Mrs. E. P. Gait, Selma, Alabama; and to unknown heirs of Mrs. Sal lie B. Hardy. Y'ou are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Lowndes in said State on the 22nd day of November, 1919, to show cause, if you can, why the final account of B.A. Lincoln Guar dian for Mrs. Sallie B. Hardy, should not be approved and allowed and said Guardian discharged. This the 27th day of September, 1919. B. A. Lincoln, Clerk. 9-28 4w K Iteacois! K . VHr 7 Anil cm rV. 9Smf9 MM V C3MJMMM fc?M)ttt!9 LX MfMMltIAM. It X be rawlti cMalM fcy K O&Cf WMMafOTMBUy V ratra hart mm m wu- forasiy toed, why Mt r Tako CAMJB Be Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, pi Cullen, Va., "writes: "About II years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, head ache, numbness ... 1 would go for three weeks almost bent double . . . My husband went to Dr. for Cardul . . . After taking about two bottles I began going around and when I took 1 three bottles I could do all my work." E-80 X V , I L I V'V L lN Watch for "Auction of Souls" at Princess s on. SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. Order your Christmas cards now. We have a beautiful and handsome line of engraved individual cards. Call and see them. The Dispatch. YOU NEED PRIGKLT ASH BITTERS For Bladder Aad Urinary AlteiMta Shivar Mineral Springs water is sold under a positive guarantee. Drink the water as prescribed and if at the end of the period you are not bene fitted, come back and get your money. J. L. Walker and Company. RHEUMATISM If hot weather saps your energy and yuu can t work well, it is a sign that your system is full of hilious im purities. Y'ou will he sick if you do not do something. Take Pti kly Asv. Bitters, it cleanses the blood liver and bowels, restores strength, vim and cheerful spirits. PTice $I.7 per Bot tle. Sold by all dealers. I Watch for "Auction ofi Souls" at Princess soon. Mississippi NOTICE. 7o the Farmers of Lowndes Counti es! West Alabama. Fre and after this date I will be found i what is known as the Cardner and Smith ware hjuse rear CYlun.bus Con' press. Having leased the st me I will greatly ap preciate your patronage. J. A. Goree. 9-3-1 m We have a handsome line of in dividual Christmas cards. Call and see them and place your order and save disappointment. The Dispatch. in AshYourDcalcrl";;'.;.") Grand PrizcIiD Firearms Ammunition . Vflte for Cftt&loue TMt MMMOTON AMMt UMC CO MC ft Watch for "Auction of Souls" at Princess soon. DOCTORS USE CALOTABS FOR COLDS AND FLU Influenza and Grippe, Like Ordi nary Colds, Require Calotabs, the Purified and Refined Calomel Tablets That Are Nausealess, Safe and 'ure. Physicians and druggists claim th.it the great epid"ni- o influenza h: eo-vlusivel''' c'eironstrated that the quickest relief for a cold and the h"st preventive of influenza and pneumonia is to keep the liver ac tive so that the digestive orpans may be in perfected cuidition. For this purpose Calotabs. the new nausealess calomel tablets that are free from the sickening and weak ninjr effects, is the most thorough and dependable, as well as the most agreeable laxative. Calotabs have the sp'c'nl advan tare of not makintr the natieit si 'k rnd weak, as they do not npset th" ditrestion and nnivtite. One Calo tab at hedtime wth a shallow o' water- that's all No suits, n- na'i sea. nor the slightest intcrferen-e with your eating, pleasure or work. Next morning your cold has van ished, your liver is active, your system ispurified. Hid you are feel ing fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast. For your protection. Calotabs are sold . onlv in orr 'nal s'f" packages, price thirty-five cents Sold bv all druggies and ; ' r money ba-k if you are not delight ed with them. (adv.) M N'S TKOl'BLE AttKESTE'V "The past 4 years J ' nv he"n iroinjr down, down, dtw "'h vr tarrh of the stomarh and had give up work a yesr -- be r -e of my weakened condition. I srf r ed terribly from bloatin" and '-olio attacks. Mayr's Woi-d rf-d R.-vedy was recomnict.ided to iv. I took a course of it and a" now 'eeling fine." It is a simple. 'iarni'' vs pre paration that' remove the itarrhal mucus from the :ites'" 1 tract and allays the inf amm;1' n which causes practically rll sor-aoh. liver and intestinal a;lments including appendicitis. One dose -v ill convince or money refunded. W aver & Har rington and dr.iggists every-where. J rrf Cleans the if Host Dditttt I If I DON'T TAKE A CHANCE. Columbus people should act in time. s If you suffer from backache, If you have headaches, t?izz spells; If the kidney secretions .;r ir regular, Don't delay likely your kidneys are sick. Columbus people recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's a Columbus woman's ex perience: Mrs. M. Murphy, 1402 Bell Ave., says: "When I was living in Jack son a few years ago I suffered a severe attack from my kidneys. I had been troubled more or less all my life with weak kidneys, but the attache came on me all of a sudden. Sharp pains cut through the small of my back and when I bent ovtr, I couldn't stiaighten for .i urs. My kidneys didn't act right at all. One of my neighbors told me to get Doan's Kidney Pills and I did. The first few doses seemed to help me, so I kept on with them until I was entirely cured. I haven't noticed and return of the trouble since." Price 60c. at all dealers. Ton't simply ask for Hdney renur'y get Doin' Kidney P'JU -ho same that Mrs. Murphy had. Foster-Mil-burn Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Watch for "Auction of Souls" at Princess soon. If your appetite is poor and your stomach and bowels out of order the remedy you need is Prickly Ash Bit ters. It cleanses the system of bilious in purities,, sharpens the appetite and makes you feel fine. Price $1.25 per Bottle. Sold by all dealers. When One Frock - i. v The present My les in afternoon gowns play Into the hands of many women who have learned to make one frek serve for both afternoon and evening. They managed very well In this same matter during the var, when i vt ning dress was taboo, and now Purls has dealt the cards so that the jrame becomes easy. There Is a vogue for bare arms, or very abbreviated sleeves, ou French gowuswthut Is re flected here in short sleeves made of the sheerest fabrics that merely veil the arms. It. doesn't take much ma neuvering on the jart of a clever woman to place an afternoon frock of this kind In the class of evening gowns. The addition of the right accessory the removal of a gulmpe, the arrange ment of the coiffure and the trick ts turned. An Hllurlngvfrocs for- afternoon has been presented by a famous Fifth avenue bouse and Is shown at the right of the picture above. It Is made of cream-colored net and embroidered Id little brads la pale roe color. The C 1 4 i t nu mm tw'W M "4 I! j Phone 531 DOCTORS FIND REMEDY FOR COLDS AND FLU Calotabs, the New Nauseaiess Calo mel Tablets, Cut Short Colds nd May Prevent Flu By Keeping Liver Active. Physicians have learned from ex perience, during the epidmic of influ nza, that one of the most important fcators in the prevetnio ;f flu and pneumonia is to keep the .iver active so that the digestive organs may be in perfect working order and the system thereby enabled to throw off colds, check sore throats, and resist serious complications. For this pur pose they have found that the new, nausealess calomel tablets called Calotabs, are far more effective even than the old style calomel, which was formerly the universal favorite, as Calotabs do not weaken the patient, nor interfere with the appetite and digestion. At the first sign of a cold or sore hroat, doctors recommend one Calo tab at bedtime with a swallow of water, that's all. Na salts, no nau sea, nor the slightest interference with your diet, pleasure or work. Next morning you wake up feeling fane, yojr liver isaetive, and your apptite is keen for a good breakfast. For your protection Calotabs are sold onlv in original sealed packages, pri-e thirty-five cents. All druggist rcommend and guarantee Calotabs. Your money back if you are not de lighted with them. Watch for "Auction of Souls" at Princess soon. Serves for Two f lf j , 7 - skirt is very cleverly draped and there Is a flat ribbon girdle about tha waUtllne. One n Imagine it with a more brilliant girdle, evening slippers and a high coiffure, more thas holding Its own when compared with regula tion evening gowns. Y Net and wide lace make the simpler frock at the left, with four straight panels of plaited net set in. the over dress. It Is worn over a satin slip and has a satin girdle. The bodice Is very full, cut low at the front, and worn with a dainty vestee of narrow Isce and net. The very plain sleeves are a little longer than elbow length but can 1 be gathered up In small plaits and shortened for evening. This, and a girdle of bright ribbon, fastened with one of the big rhinestone buckles will place this frock In the evening class. Or a 1rocadwi girdle or one of cloth of silver will accomplish this matter. m tie: .v. -.v m .-