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SUNDAY, MAY 15, 1921.
T fl E COLUMBUS DISPATCH SEVEN j The Dispatch's Classified Section I. . , ' " . i COMMISSIONER'S SALE. OIL LEASKS GOING FAST j O. E. S. Notice. , f Let us show you just Ik.w rjui k we Under and by virtue of u fbal tie Our Form 8H und Min.i.Mppl stan-f Th' repular meetir, of the 0. E. S. jean ret that job of printing out f.,r cree of the Cham-fry Court of Lown- jdard 0il ami gun leases are going fast. w'" ',1 held t thp Masonic Temple 'you, and give you first class u.rk, i . : . . i a l m i-oimiy, insisip i. raane in me -iri),v mnt, ,.,. lll.1,lrs. .n,l ,h(.v cause huleh, vs. liouben Jones and Virginia I are calling for them every day. The For Sale FOR SALE-r-One 9-column Pur roughs adding machine, complete with Mtarid; guaranteed. Price If you want a real bargain in an ad ding mac hine this is your chance. The urst cheek for $125 Rets it. See V B. Inies at the Dispatch office. 12-29-tf. FOR SALE DeLaval Separators. The world's standard. The separator with service behind it. W. D. liishop, Selling Agent, Columbus, Miss. Tel ephone 442. , 1-9-tf. FOR SALE 20 High Grade Jersey milch cows; 24 hogs from 40 to 100 pounds each, and 7 works mules. N. D. Gucrry plantation at Artesia. 6-1-Gt. FORi SALE Fifty-gallon barrels of sorghum molasses at a good price. Also a high-grade Jersey cow cheap. Phillips' Cash Store. Telephone No 139. 5-15-3t, FOR RENT Four large up-stairu looms, unfurnished, for light house keeping. Possession June 1. Apply at 1224 North Third avenue or Plioiie 1J4. 5-4-lm. WOOD FOR SALE Cut in blocks to burn in heater or grate: cheap-! er than coal. Guaranteed to burn good. Phone 732, J. II. Blackburn. 3-2-tf For Rent Rooms FOR RENT One furnished room and two unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Apply at 1215 Main street. -j-27-ti'. - -T " - ii 1 . FOR ItENT One desirable room with all modern conveniences. 217 Sixth street South, or phone 2i)2. 5-H-,'it Miscellaneous ELECTRIC FANS You will soon need electric fans. We huve them now in .stock, made -by the Singer Sewing Machine Co. See this fan before buying. Price $13.75. at the Jones, minors, No. rendered at the April Term. A. V. 1921. thereof. in sard Decree will, on the Cth day of O- June, 1921, being the first Monday thereof, within legal hours of such sales, at the front door of the Court House in the Citv of Columbus. Mis- ..ii . .,,.1,1;.. . 1 highest bidder for cash ,the follow hi g described real estate lying, being and Dispatch. Telephone FOR RENT Four rooms and Bath. 618 College street. R. R. Carter, care Columbus Auto Company. 2-20-tf For Rent FOR RENT My home, No. 903 South fourth street. Modem convenien ces. Possesion given June first. 1. O. Burris, Jr. 5-8-tf. Sneer Shop. 212 South Market St., I situated in the City of Columbus, Columbus, Miss. 5-1 5-tf. j County of Lowndes and State of Mis sissippi, towit: All of Lot Three (3) and a strip of land Twelve (12) feet SEWING MACHIN'ES-IIave you seen our latest sewing machine. No. 101? It has many advantages over all other sewing machines for family use. Has motor built into the ma chine and is controlled by knee pres sure. See this machine at 212 South Market St., Columbus. Miss., at the hingcr Shop. rUK KENT ror the hummer, my furnished home. $25 a month to right party. Phone C10 or call at 1305 Col lege Street. Tom F. MclJeath. 4-24-tf. FOR .KENT Four rooms and hath. Mrs. Henry Rechtin, 2017 College Street. 5-1 5-tf. Lost FOR SALE Hudson Super-Six, in first-class condition; newly painted; good tires; will sell at a bargain. Mrs. P. W. Maer, Phone 148. tf. FOR SALE Secondhand McCormick Binder, good as 'new, cheap. M. B. Logan, Steens, Miss., 5-11-lm. FOR SALE Practically new piano. Bargain. Phone 114 or call 1015 Third Avenue South. Mrs. B. B. Poolty, It. LOST One light sorrel horse mule, white mane and' tail, white star in forehead,, about 8 years old, weight about 1000 pounds, rope halter on when lost. Finder will be rewarded. II. C. Pilkingtofci, Mayhew, Miss. . 4-13-lm. NOTICE Sheet mwtal work. We make cornice gutters, stacks, tanks. and put up down pipes. Let us re line your ice box. If you need a new tin roof see us for prices. No job too large, none too small. Perkins Bros. Plume 59, (th nve. and 13th street 1 North..' 4-20-lm. I wide off the West side of Lot Four (4), with the dwelling house and ap purtenances thereto belonging; also a lot described as Lot No. !, being a strip of land Sixty-six (8(5) feet wide Fast and West by One Hundred Sivtv-fivo nfl.1l font North nml 5-15-tf. j South. Both of said tracts of land being in Square Sixty-fivo (G5) North of Maiu Street in the City of Columbus, Lowndes County, State of Mississippi and both being leasehold property leased from the Trustees of Franklin Academy for 99 yiars from the first day of August, A. 1). 1920, renewable forever. Said property LOST Small Blue Beaded coin purse about three inches square, lost last Thursday morning on College street. Reward to finder. Mrs. Canfield, phone 873. It. FOR SALE Cabin property, at a bargain. Well located. Apply at Dispatch office. 5-15-lm. Wanted WANTED An interview with you, if you are not satisfied with your present position and are willing to qualify for something better. Drop me a note and let's talk it over. Give Telephone and Street number. S. A. Lock Box 267, City. 5-ll-2t WANTF.D Salesman to call on deal ers; tow-priced, guaranteed tires, Good money. Address, liurr Cord Tire Co., Burr Oak, Mich. Oak WANTED-rTo buy an old-fashioned mahogany, sideboard. Write Mrs. N. Nicholson, Electric Mills, Missis- s i p p i. 5-15-2t. WANTED To board couple; reason able; in private home. Apply to The Dispatch. ' 5-15-lt LOCAL MANAGER WANTED At u.ice, by the largest concern of its kind in the world, to develop and handle local business. No investment or experience required; $2,500.00 to $10,000.00 profits first year, accord ing to population, and wonoenui future possibilities, as ours is a staple commodity with constant unlimited demand, and we undersell all compe tition. Guarantee Coal Mining Co., 1025 Como Bldg., Chicago, Ills. It. HOT WAFFLE BREAKFAST The Doughnut Shop announces a Hot Waffle Breakfast 5:30 to 9:00 a. m., beginning March 18, 1921. C. M. Mason. 3-20-tf. POSTED NOTICE This is to give notice that the Jameson Mill Pond is posted against all trespassing and fishing, and violations will be prose cuted as the law directs. Jemison Mill Pond Fishing Club, Fred Shull sec retary B-8-lm. NOTICE See us first for guaranteed automobile repair work, and low prices on all Ford work. Wooten & Lindamood. Telephone 432. On Military Road. 4-17-lm. j being conveyed to compluii.unt and j defendants by a deed recorded i.i Deed Hook 10H, page 288 of the re- Ninetecn Out Of Twenty; Recently the Dispatch sent out a questionnaire to several hun dred of its subscribers. otie was asked: "Do you read j the advertisements." ' Nineteen out of every twenty people who filled out the ques tionnaire answered this question in tht affirmative. We have these returned ques tionnaries on file in our office, aid may be seen by anyone on re quest. next Tuesday night. Initiation. Bal- too. Try us. The Di.sp.itch. luting. Visiting members welcome. MRS. ANNIE CALLAWAY, ' " W. M. Mrs. EULA CARSON, Sec. ! I W. II. A. MEETING.; ; The regular semi-monthly, meeting j of the Woman's Benefit Association j will be held next Friday afternoon at ;2:20. All members are urged to be pu-scnt. St . Mr. B. J. Ramage of Wet Point, ; jwas among the prominent visitors in i 1 the city yesterday.. Dispatch Want Ads. reach 'the spot. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIBBIII 1 iwi ii'UTt! eive i'iot ,m WII.J 1 li.i.iijn iiwi.iu 1 .1.11 Our Form 88 and Mississippi stan-'n dard oil and gas leases are going fast. ! THIS SHOE SHOP Service It Gives. Shop. Phono 350. Lives l,y the Columbus Shoe 5-11-tf. cords of Devi n the Chancery Clerk's ' Every mail brings orders, and they office of Lowndes County, Mississip pi, reference to which is here made. I will convey only such title as is vested in me,, which is believed to be good. This the 11th day of May, A. D. 1921. B. A. LINCOLN 5-ll-4w. Commissioner. are calling for them every day. Dispatch. Telephone 22. The ROOFING Expert Roofer; any kind of fooring put on at very reasonable prices for the next sixty days. Asphalt Slate Shingles a specialty. See me first. ; FINIS I). WOOTEN Telephone 59. The Dispatch h.-.s several t'.arnnd oil Mt (ras lease bla'.iki, Form 8S, the standard lea.se form. They an- r-ady for immediate delivery. We av-o h.v.v the standard Mississippi form, ready for immediate delivery. BDasBiaai I have & the delivery for Stolzer of their Folk B entire output of stove wood. Will deliver to any part of the city ?:5 a load', C. O. I). E. .1. HUSH PUHLIC DRAY Phone 73 m m n n N M H n m a m n m BBHB&aXflbi High Class Job Printing Dispatch. REAL ESTATE Have you any city property for sale or for rent. J. T. rev. Agent. 5-1 -tf. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. Letters of Administration, ('. T. A. having been granted and issued to the undersigned upon the Estate of Mrs. P. L. Checkering deceased, by the Chancery Court of Lowndes County, Mississippi, on the 18th day of April, A. 1). 1921. This is to give notice to all persons having claims against said estate to Probate and Register same with the Chancery Clerk of Lowndes County, within six months from this date. A failure to so probate and register said claim will forever bar the same. 1 . B. T. WAITES, ' v" Administrator, C. T. A. This April 18th. 1921. 4-24-4w. Pinples and blotches on the skin are paused by bilious impurities in the blood.) The right remedy is Prickly Ash Bitters. It removes the cause by purifying the blood, liver and bowels. Price $1.25 per bottle. Sold by all dealers. CONFIDENCE is what makes our business possible, our Customer's Confidence in our work and material. Columbus Shoe Shop. Phone 3('i5. 5-11-tf. Help Wanted HELP WANTED Government wants men and women, over 17, Mail Service. Examinations soon. Salary $1,400-$1,800. Experience unnecess ary. Passing Grade Guaranteed. Write Columbia School of Civil Ser vice Service, 53 Pope Bldg., Washing ton, 1). C. 5-8-4t. IIF.LP WANTED Man or woman wanted; salary $30 full time or seventy-five cents a'.i hour spare time selling guaranteed hosiery to wearers. Experience unnecessary. International Hosiery Mills, Norris town, Penna. It. HKLP WANTED Man to help in taking care of dairy herd and also for farm work in general; white man preferred. Day laborers wanted also. George Faisc'.i, 11. F. D. No. 1, Columbus. Mi-s. 5-15-2t. TEACHER WANTED To teach two boys in high school work for one or two hours a day. Can be arranged fo both can take same loibjeet1. phor.e 14H. 5-11-tf. Found FOUND Boy's bicycle. Owner can have same by describing same ,and paying for this advertisement. 5-8-3t. QUALITY Now Better Thin Ever. Prices reduced. Columbus Shoe Shop, Phone 305. 5-11-tf. Under avid by virtue of a final De cree of the Chancery Court of Lown des County, Mississippi, made in the cause of Wallace Dale, et nl. minors by H. L. Bailev next friend versus R. 1). Dale, No. 3004 rendered at the April Term, A. I)., 1921, thereof, the undersigned Commissioner named in said Decree will, ou the 10th day of May A. D., 1921, being the Third Mon day thereof, within legal hours of such sales, at the front door of tho Court House in city of Columbus Mississippi, sell at public outcry to the highest bidder, on the following terms: for ca-.h, the following described real es tate, b'inff, being and situated in the City of Columbus County of Lowndes vml State of Mississippi to-vit! Com mencing at the Southeast corner of Square, number five (5) of Barry's survey of the town of Columbus, run ning thence North along Jackson street eighty two (82) feet, then West o a point in a direct li'nc the same distance from Clinton street as from Jackson street, thence South eighty two (82) feet to Eliza street, thence East along Eliza street to the point of beginning. I will convey only such titlo as is vested in me, which is believed to be good. This the 18th day of April, A. D. 1921. FRANK C. OWEN, l-20-4w. Commissioner. ATTKN DING CONVENTION Dr. C. D. Goodwin leaves Wednes day for Meridian to attend the Shrine Ceremonial of Hamasa Temple on Thursday the 19. He will also attend Ceremonials of Wahabi Temple, Jackson, cn the 20th and Alcymia Temple, Memphis, on the 21st. While in Memphis Dr. Goodwin will attend the Tennessee Optometric Convention, May 23-24. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Under and by virtue of a final De cree of the Chancery Court of Lown des county, Mississippi made in the cause of Frank R. Cooper, et al vs. Win. Winston Prowell, et al, minors, No. 3002 rendered at the April Term, A. D. 1921, thereof, the undersigned Commissioner named in said Decree will, on the 0th day of June A. D., 1921, behg the first Monday thereof, within the legal hours of such sales. A nice, pleasant purgative that also has a genial stimulating effect in the liver and stomach is one reason why I Prickly Ash Bitters is so well liked j , i . 1 :i fi' I i- i Dy men wno nave usee. u. r cy imo, . f. ..... ,.- ,lf ihp curt house it a good medicine for the whole fam- . h . f Colunlbus Mississippi, ily. Price $1.2a per bottle at all deal- j M at Uic ()Ut( ry t( lhe era (bidder, on the following terms:' for cash the following described real es- jtate, lying, being and situated in the and State of Mississippi, towit: Lots numbered Tim U0) and Eleven (ll in C!..i-k "D" Powhatan Addition ti the City of Columbus as shown by nl.it of same on file in the Chancery Clerk's f'ffiee of Lowndes Couny. I will convey only such title as is vested in me, which is believed to be good. WHEN in need of a Practical Nurse, j ' Thi? tl,0 joth day of Mav, A. D. call on Mrs. G. M. Nichols, No. 1303 jf,21 -Sixth Avenue, North, or. Phone 95.1 ' FRANK C. OWEN, Will work by the day, week or hour. I -, -U-l-x. Commissioner. nst of rpfprpncpn tven. 2-23-C)m. I pnil a is th Pure, nourishing blood healthy, flesh, good muscles, string vitality. The reverse case when the blood is poor. To drivr out impurities and enrich th" blood take Prickly Ash BiUers. It is a most efficient blood pur'fir and sys tem regulator for men. Price $1.2" per bottle at all dealers. OIL LEASES GOING FAST Our Form 88 and Mississippi stan dard oil and gas leases are going fast. Every mail brings orders, and they are calling for them every day. The Dispatch. Telephone 22. Messrs. Jno. F. Frierson, John T. Sanford, Frank Phillips and T. W. Harris will go to Macon Sunday morn ng in the interest of the Laymen's Association of the Presbytery of East Mississippi. HEFORE DECIDING ON YOUR GRADUATING PRESENT YOU .MUST SEE OUR NEW LINE OF WELLER-WARE HIGH ART POTTERY at reasonable prices. Loeb's Variety Store Sole agent for Florence Oil Stoves and Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets Insurance Agents Make Dig Money Selling Our Policies One Policy Providt for : Death Benefits graded to $1,000.00. $tl.00 per week Accident Benefits. $3 to $0 per week fitrk Benefits. Accident Benefits for loss of limbs, graded to $750.00. Pays $500.00 Old Age Benefits to members, while living. Policy Loans made to members after five years continuous membership. Dues from $1.00 to 12.00 per month according to age.. Joining fee, $2.75.. Lodge plan. No extra assessmest. ' Very liberal commission contracts to real producers. Address : THE American Workmen 620 E. Street, N..W. V2 wis our c h to announce to our clients and friend.-?.. that we have moved our offices to the second floor of the Columbus National Dank UWg. CALLAWAY & JOHNSON Attorneys-at-Law. Vhe Old Reliable r'ressinn ci BACK AGAIN 4 You know tho service we ren dered in the past Give us a chance again. ?01 North Market Street. PHONE 418. SIMON PRIDMORE AND HILL. r v IMPORTANT j SWAIN SHOW COMING. Ti e well known Swain Shows are booked to appear in Columhus the wc(k bee inning May 23. It will show on the Bxiks lot on South Seventh street. Electric light and pas bills are due and payable at the Company's Office on or before the 10th of the month, follow Ing the month service was rendered. Patrons failing to pay their bills in the prescribed time will receive a duplicate, to this will be added 5, this to cover the extra expense incurred in sending eut these duplicates. If these second biiiS are not settled promptly, the service will be subject to discontinuance, without further notice. We have r.o col lector. It will cost $1.00 to hare meter reset after having been removed for non-payment of bill. HELP THE SALVATION ARMY CORPS APRIL II TO 25 Columbus Railway, light & Power Co. D. T. GASTON, Manager. Mak nure that you r getting clean milk, pasteurized milk. You f(ft ih'n kind from the (VI umbos Ice Cream and Creamery Co. Ak your dix-lor. m m ram, Timtar and City Property We make pf-eialty of A'falfa I-ands REALTY CO. T. H. LANGSTON, Manager. t ( OLIMBCS, M1S. TI j h fie 4.11. JJiliglllliSiS : uwmu CM After five years it is possible to r.ay with entire truth that all other consideration., are second with Dodm Brothers to the solid satisfaction of thr owner ef the. car. t Dodge Brothers always have pursued and always will purbin this policy, not from any spirit of philanthropy, but be cause it is in the highest uen-e of the word good business to do lc Th atulii. luiibi.ii.tiuii is ui.ut.e:y Io The tin ni!i r 'i--rm v'rS W. E. FRAZKE Phone 190 . Aetna Life Insurance Co. FIRE HONRS v LIABILITY- a u M M H H -SMB-DI LOWNDES MOTOR CAR COMPANY Columbus, Mississippi. DR. T. H. HENRY PHYSICIAN Office First State Bank Bldg. phones IR"Ide,lc1el89-J Office 21 iiniiiiiiicsiasissi DR. T. T. BOX ; Office and Diagnostic 5 5 Laboratories B COLl MIirS NATIONAL ! HANK nni.DINd. 2 Office Hour : 10 to 12 A. M., Z to I P. M. i Residence: .10 1 Military Rd. 5 Telephones ; Office, 1". Residence, '--iKa& J i 4 'A . r 1 vr-?. . ; '. i : t. m: , 't ' ' "-7 r 'A I ' J Vif . - .. ".TV" " '.'... " -v Nil ?. I i vi --- -' . ' t I 4 f m i f HAVE YOUR EYES EXAMINED To be effieiit yra fhcull enjoy ch'ar rctfil vision. Our esaroinitiiT re ac curate, scicntiSc and eoa fiertioun, as'jrirg jia Mtisfartion if rUsfcs ar required. CD. Goodwin OPTOMHTKIST Ground Floor First State Bark T' U- Pionr: 9 to 5. Phime "01 4 I