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WEDNESDAY. MARCH ft, 1922.
THE COLUMBUS. DISPATCH ..FIVE ,' State of Mississippi bid for such De-by the Constitution or statutes of said FOR SALE MEN'S AND BOYS' Goodyear ,;Welt Sample Shoes; "sizes, 5 to 9, 52.95. 117 North Market Street. FOR SALE Because of inbreeding, have decided to sell my Jersey ull, Fox Allen. Four years old. Pedigree papers furnished. For particulars telephone 240. G. F. Brown. ,7-2t FOR RENT OR, SALE The Dr. Bar ton Place. With or without 'herd dairy cattle. See Parker Reevesv FOR SALE Mower, rake, binder and disc harrow. See A. J. Fuquta, or call telephone G80. 3-5-4t October, 1921, at the October, 1921, term of said court, the undersigned, as Special Commissioner of said court in the Raid cause, will, on the twenty-Third (23rd) Day Of March, 19 2 2, ; at Columbus, Mississippi, within legal hours, in front of the court house door, expose for sale, and sell to the highest bidder for cash, the following described real estate, situate in said Lowndes County, Mississippi, and de scribed as follows, to-wit: Commencing at the northwest cor ner of Section 30, Township 19, Range 16, E., and running thence North 530 yards; thence East 880 yards; thence South 530 yards; thence West 880 yards to the point of beginning, being in the southwest quarter of Section 19, Township 19, Range 16, E., and con taining 100 acres, more or less, and also all of Section 30, Township 19, Range 16, E., containing" 640 acres, more or less, except a tract of lnnd described as beginning at the south east corner of Section 30, Township 19, Range 16, E., in said County, and running Worth J,zlb feet to the Starkville-Mayhew public road, and thence in a southwesterly direction 5,643 feet along the meandering of 1 1 A- it . J.1 L M FOR SAT,irPWl TW1 VA l8alu roaa lo Jne "ouinweM-earner oi w j ..... . . . , . , .......... rr" pository, i Bids will be received by this Board at its next regular meeting to be held on the 9th day of March, 1922, the jsame being on Thursday. , By order of the Board, this the ' flf h 1nv rf Ffhrnnrv. A. TV. County, Mississippi, rendered by said j jo. J. RICHARDS, court on the thirteenth (13Ah) day of ;2-15-4w Clerk. FOR SALE 100P stalks Ribbon Cane at $2.50 per hundred. Red peanut seed, a few Porto Rico sweet potato seed; also 1 good riding, cultititor. Apply to Walter Lollar,' Rou,te 1. Steens, Miss., or Phone 2503. 3-5-2t .. ' i FOR SALE Anconia eggs, per' set ting of 15 eggs, $1.00. Mrs. W. R. Murphy, Columbus, Miss., Star IJgute. 3-5415 FOR SALE I offer 10 head of good milk cows for sale cfieap. See. me quick. R. B. Egger, Caledonia, 'Miss. 3-5-tf The Mayor and City Council of the City of Columbus, Mississippi, met in regular session at the City Hall, its regular meeting place, on March 7, 1922, at 7:30 p. m.with the follow ing members present: A. Y. Glover, Mayor; G. Y. Banks, C. C. Richard son, H. M. Beard, C. Wyman, T. W. Harris, J. W. vSteen. Absent: none. The meeting was called to order State, and that provision has been made before the issuance of this bond, for the K-vy of a tax upon the tax able property of said City of Colum bus to provide for the payment, of Oie principal and interest hereof. The full faith, credit and resources of the City of Columbus are hereby pledged for the punctual payment of the principal and interest of this bond. This bond is exempt from tax ation within the State of Mississippi. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the I Mayor and City Council of the City POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS CONGRESSIONAL The Dispatch is authorized to an nounce , HON. J. E. RANKIN, M. C. as a candidate to succeed himself as Congressman from the First Congres sional District of Mississippi, sub ject to the will of the Democratic vot ers of Raid district at the fall pri mary elections. JUDICIAL .Li. i i 4, : i i... a., m !Tlw Disnatch is authorized to an nus uonu io uv mimiimi i'.v me. .utiyiir i of said City and by the City Secre tary, and the corporate, seal of said i nounce JUDGE THOS. B. CARROLL, for setting from heavy layers of Owen Farm Strain, second Jptlze cockrell Fifty Mile Radius Poultry Show, .Columbus, Miss., 1922, also first prize pen at Lamar County, bama Community Fair, 1921; $2.00 per setting of 15 eggs. Jud J. Smith, 424 Military Street. . Phones: 175 or 741. 2-19-tf WOOD FOR SALE Crfl in blocks to burn in heater or grate; jcheaper than coal. Guaranteed to burn good Phone 732, J. IV Blackburn. ffi-tf CYPRESS SHINGLES ! We have a car load of Best and Economies. Falk & Stolzer. . . : MISCELLANEOUS THEY WON'T LAST LONG at-this price. Men's and Boys' Goodyear Welt Shoes at $2.95. 117 North Market Street. y " SPIRELLA CORSETS I 'am corset iere for this famous corset; a style for every type of figure; not sold in stores. I will appreciate your or ders. Mrs. J. A. Jordan. Phone 631. 2l-tf RUBBER TIRES 1 am now equip ed for putting rubber tires on bug gy wheels. All work guaranteed. 1 will appreciate y&ur business. V. M, Higguis, Riverside. ,,9-25-tf Section 30, Township 19,, Range 16, E., thence East 5,280 feet to the point of beginning, and being all of the land in said Section 30, Township 19, Range 16, E., in said county lying South of the Starkville-Mayhew. public road. Said decree having contained the provision that the undersigned should sell said lands in said manner when re- by he Mayor, an,! thereupon the fol- ' - ; - ,of Oktibbeha County, as a candidate Councilman Harris. who moved its adontion. seconded bv Councilman i . exec retary. and this bond to be dated the Lowndes, Clay, Oktibbeha, Noxubee, Richardson. ordinance no. an ordinance authorizing the issuance of ninety eight thousand dollars ($98,000) city of columbus, mississippi, refunding bonds, for the purpose of refund ing an outstanding bonded indebtedness of said city represented by a like amount of railroad aid bonds when the same shall mature on the first day of april, 1922, fixing the rate of interest which said re funding bonds shall bear, their Denomination, form, and place of payment, and providing for the levy and collection of a special tax sufficient to pay the prin cipal and interest on such BONDS. WHEREAS there have heretofore been issued and are outstanding ninety-eight thousand five per cent lo ue Hereunto umxeu, mm wie " . , ?st coupons hereto annexed tojto succeed himself as Judjfo of the lecuted with the facsimile sig-1 Sixteenth Judicial District of Missis es of said Mayor and said See-isippi, consisting of the counties of fn-Ft day of April, 1922. quested so to do by said Complainants , RefuIuii Raiiroa(i AW I5on,is of the ov by their Attorney of Record, and CHy fif CounlbuS( Mississippi, dated the undersigned, having been re quested to sell said land by said Com plainants and their said Attorneys of Record. Said land will be sold o satisfy a Vendor's Lien, decreed by said Court in said decree in favor of the said Complainants, upon said land, and said sale will be made subject to an existing incumbrance upon saidland. The title to said land is believed to be good, but I will convey only such title as is vested in me, as said Commissioner. This March 1st, 1922. - JOHN F. FRiERSON, Commissioner. (March 1 : 4 Wednesdays) FOR RENT FOR RENT Pasture for stock; Ber. muda, Lespedeza and Carjiet Grass. See A. J. Fuqua, or call telephone 680. 3-5-4t FOR RENT Large furnished front 116 13th street, North. 3-5-tf room. Phone 164. FOR RENf Desirable room on Col lege Street, close to business dis trict. Phone 511. 3-5-tf ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished or unfurnished. 1624 Third Avenue. North. Phone 815. Call before nine a. m., or after five p. m. 2-26-tf WANTED WANTED Two good milk cows, fresh or practically so. Will feed for their milk. Must be worth their keep. Best of care guaranteed. Ap ply "Cows," Box 570, City. 5-lt CHANCERY NOTICE The "State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. To. Charles II. Baker, Post Office address is Memphis, Tenn. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the Coun ty of Lowndes in said State, on the 2nd Monday of April A. D. 1922, to defend the suit of Annie B. Baker wherein you are a defendant. This 21st day of February A. D. 1922. JNO. J. .RICHARDS, Clerk. By A. L. BAILEY, D. C. W. C. MEEK, Solicitor for Complainant. 2-22-4 DO YOU KNOW ANY FACTORIES OR SMALL TOWNS IN NEED OF FIRE PROTECTION? Ajax Fire Engine Works will pay you a liberal commission for selling their line of factory and fire department types of chemical engines, motor fire appara tus, extinguishers, hose and other fire devices to prospects in this and sur rounding counties. Write now for full particulars to Ajax Fire Engine Works, Bush Terminal Bldg. 12, Brooklyn, New York. SALESMAN WANTED For the best day and night automobile sign in CHANCERY NOTICE The State of Mississippi, Lowndes County. ' To Moody Hays, Post Office address and residence unknown. You are commanded to appear be fore the Chancery Court of the Coun ty of Lowndes in said State, on the 2nd Monday of April, A. D. 1922, to defend the suit of Mrs. Lorena Belk Havs wherein you are a defendant. This 16th day of February, A. D. JNO. J. RICHARDS, Clerk. By H. L. BAILEY, D. C. WILLIAM P. STRIBLING, Solicitor for Complainant. 2-19-4w April 1, 1902, which mature and be come payable on April 1, 1922, and WHEREAS there is not now nor will there be in the City Treasury, funds available from taxes sufficient to pay said bonds on April 1, 1922. NOW THEREFORE BE IT OR DAINED by the Mayor and City Council of the City of Columbus, Mississippi, under the power and au thority conferred by Section 5 of chapter 2Q6 of the General Laws of Mississippi, for the year 1920, as fol lows: SECTION 1. In order to pay and retire such outstanding bonds when the same shall mature on April 1, 1922, there be issued and sold serial Refunding Railroad Aid Bonds of said City in the amount of Ninety-Eight Thousand Dollars ($98,000), of the denomination of $1,000 each, num bered from 1 to 98 inclusive, dated April 1, 1922, bearing interest at the rate of five and one-half per centum per annum, payable semi-annually April 1 and October 1, both principal and interest being payable at the Hanover National Bank in the City ;and State of New York. SECTION 2. Said bonds shall ma ture and become payable in numerical order as follows; $2,000 on April 1 in each of the years 1923 to 1926 both inclusive; $5,000 on April 1 in each of the years 1927 to 1932 both inclusive; $4,000 on April 1 in each of the years 1933 to 1947 both inclusive. SECTION 3. Said bonds shall be signed by the Mayor and by the Sec retary of said City, with the seal of the municipality affixed thereto, and . Mayor, City of Columbus, Mississippi. City Secretary, City of Columbus, Mississippi. SECTION 5. The coupons attached to said bonds shall be in substantially the following' form: , ' XO. $27.50. On the first day of April October, 19.., the City of Columbus, Missis sippi, will pay to bearer, twenty seven and 50-100 dollars ($27.50) law ful money of the United States of America at the Hanover National Bank in the City and Slate of New York, being six months interest then due on its Refunding Bond dated April 1, 1922, No. . Mayor, City of Columbus, Mississippi. City Secretary, City of Columbus, Mississippi. SECTION 0. The City Secretary is hereby authorized and directed to register said bonds as issued, and to endorse thereon a certificate sub stantially as follows: "I City Secretary of the City of Columbus, Mississippi, do hereby certify that the within bond has been duly registered by me pursuant to law in a book kept land Kemper, Riibjert to the will of Democratic voters of said district. MUNICIPAL Tho Dispatch is . authorised to an nounce """" MAYOR A. Y. GLOVER as a candidate to succeed himself as the chief executive officer of the City of Columbus, subject to the- will of the voters at the next municipal election. CABBAGE PLANT WEEK FIFTY THOUSAND EARLY WAKEFIELD AT THE FOLLOWING PRICES : I'er 1000 . .$2.25 Per 500 .$1.25 Per 100 30 DffVill have plants throughout the remainder of the wapon. These plants are received the day following shipment, hence their freshness. Do not order cabbage plants. Iluy them at my store. JOHN R. LAWS Down by tho Postoffice. The Dispatch is authorized to an nounce E. L. KUYKENDALL as a candidate for the ollice of Mayor of the City of Columbus, subject to the will of the voters at the next municipal election. The Dispat:h is authorized tu an nounce W. N. PUCKETT as a candidate to succeed himself as School Trustee for the Columbus, Separate School District, subject to the will of tho voters of said city at the forthcoming primary election. The Dispatch is authorized to an nounce - GEORGE Y. BANKS as ' a candidate to succeed himself i as Councilman from Ward One of I DAME FASHION KNOWS MANY SECRETS Milady knows the economy of careful CLEANING. She knows that many last season's clothes can be made to look well and wear well dimply by having them "SANITARY CLKANKD." That's one of Dame Fashion's little secreti and we're letting you in on it. CLEANING PRESSING LAUNDERING SANITARY LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING Telephone G30 for that purpose in my -oiiice. Councilman from Ward One Dated at Columbus, Mississippi.! jthe city of Columbus, Miss., subject ...... day of , 1922. L wj,j of tnt, VHtt.rs ()f Fnj,i city ".:'; V.',"",' at the forthcoming primary election. City Secretary, City of Columbus, , Mississippi SECTION .7. Said bonds shall be lithographed or engraved or printed in two or more colors to prevent counterfeiting. SECTION 8. For the purpose of paying the interest on said bonds as the same become due and payable, and to provide funds sufficient to pay the principal thereof at maturity, there shall be' annually assessed, levied and collected upon all the tax able property of the City of Colum bus, .a special tax sufficient for said purpose, which shall annually be assessed, levied and collected at the same time and hi the same manner as that in which other city taxes are assessed, levied and collected, so long as said bonds or any of them . . i i r i remain outstanding ami unpaid. SECTION 9. Said Refunding Bonds hereby authorized shall be advertised for sale at nut less than par and ac crued interest on sealed bids, and the Secretary is hereby directed to cause an advertisement of the sale of the bonds to be published two times in The Dispatch is authorized to an-! nounce 1 CLAUDE C. RICHARDSON ! as a candidate to succeed himself as Councilman from Ward Two of the City of Columbus, Miss., subject to tho will of the voters of said city, at tho forthcoming primary election. The Dispatch is authorized to an nounce J. BURT WILBOURNE as a candidate for Councilman from Ward Two of the City of Columbus, Miss. subject to the will of the voters of said city at the forthcoming pri mary election. LOOK HERE, MEN I am aflcr you. Do not shirk when duty demands. J!e a man from your head to your feet. It's your duty. You owe it to your family and friends. Have those pictures made now. Tomorrow may never come. Procrastination is .serious. ' Now is the time. Make an appointment now for a K-ittiii?. H ANNA'S ART STUDIO North Market Street. Columbus, Miss. the coupons attached to said bonds! "The Bond Buyer," published in New shall bear the fac-smile signature of said Mayor and said Secretary. SECTION 4. Said bonds shall be substantially the following form, to- wit: , NOTICE! Champion C. Empire C, fine reg istered Jersey Bull, sire Raleigh's Noble, dam, March Queen C, is now in onrvico nt Tn V nlflPA ICiOfl South Third Avenue. Rates, $.1 cash fori rm the date hereof at the rate UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, COUNTY OF LOWNDES, CITY OF COLUMBUS REFUNDING BOND. NO. $1,000 The City of Columbus, in the Coun ty of Lowndes, State of Mississippi, for value received, hereby acknowled ges itself indebted and promises to pay to bearer, on the first day of April, 19.., one thousand dollars ($1,000), together with interest there- The Dispatch is authorized to an nounce HENRY BEARD as a candidate to succeed himself as Councilman from Ward Three of the City of Columbus, Miss., subject to the will of the voters of said city at the forthcoming primary (lection. is authorized to an-! York City, which notice shall describe the bonds, and shall specify that the bids must be made in writing, and enclosed in sealed envelopes address- .i . t i .-n-.il . ne r.r,r;",:Miss., subject to the win f the Vot. i.oiuiiiuus, iui.-o..ri". '" , . .,, -, ut f..,K The Dispatch nounce GEORGE T. BLACKBURN as a candidate for Councilman from Ward Three of the City of Columbus, looming pri- Ss authorized to an- , . .... . i. .... grades $5 cash for registered sto:k. OI nve an1 one-nan per ceniuni per turned, and mat sucn uios wm ui- if- J. G. Wood, Phone 721. 3-5-4t ' annum, payuoie M'ini-aniiuiiy on ine , eel veil up lo .; umxiv i' ' ! . 1 first days of April and October in March 2S, 10--. when they t xt i,... ; i?;i,.l A i sum cay Bonds," that each bid must be ac. j mary elect mn. companied by a certified check drawn on some responsible Bank or Trust Company, for live per cent of the total amount of the bonds, payable to the order of the City Treasurer, the check of the successfjl bidder to be ap plied on the purchase price of the i i i .,.,:.) . i.i hi fnr- feited in case of noncompliance with at the forthcoming primary election tVio lrm of the bid. and the checks of the unsuccessful bidders to 1m- re The Dispatch nounce CLAUDE NEYMAN as a candidate to succeed himself as Councilman from Ward Four of tho City of Columbus, Miss., subject to the will of the voters of said city HARDWARE Tele phone 70 W E carry everything in the hardware line, with full and complete stocks. in. will an- BIDS WANTED The State of Mississippi, vented Apply g.v.ng reference tc Cou to "P." care Dispatch. 3-B-2t Tq a Bank , WANTED Position or public work, by an experienced stenographer, Telephone 058. opened and considered, the serving the ri:ht to reject all bids, and th?it bidders LOST AND FOUND eah year, on presentation and sur render of the annexed interest coupons as they severally become due, both in the State of Mis- The Board of Supervisors of Lown-lof America, at the Hanover National jbe 2-19-tf !des County, Mississippi, after adver-jiiann in me cuy ami aiaie oi iew tising as provided by law for the es-; lork. tablishment of a County Depository ! This bond is one of a series of for the funds collected by the Sheriff ! bonds of like date and tenor, except or Tit rv.11nrtnr. ai nrnviiled in Sec- as to maturity, ainrresrating ninety-iwith are. so far as inc thousand dollars (JW.UUU, is-, with, hereby np aied. 11. There The Disnatch is authorized to nounce rrrt--t c itr TTrrra ! as a candidate to succee I himself city re- as councilman irom ari live or uny and (the City of Columbus, Mis., subject shall be re-ito the will of the voters ot rax city LOST A grade jersey heifer calf, strayed from home on Eleventh, St., tion Two (2) of Chapter 313, Laws of jeight 1 und Eleventh Ave., N., about fout. or j 192n, and having failed to receive a I sued f principal and interest being payable muired to take up and pay for said at tlie lonncoming primary i.n.on. n lawful money of the United States .bonds on said April 1, 1 and will, furnished with the approving op inion of John (". Thomson, Esq., of New York City. SECTION 10. All ordinances or1 narts of ordinance- inconsistent here- Let Us Serve You Friends of JOSEPH or the purpose of refunding a SECTION eks ago. Information as to bi(j from any of tj,e bank, jn Lowndes like amount of valid, outstanding funds in the Ci'y Treasury applicable , The Dispatch is authorize-! to an .outs will be rewarded. W. G.!ounty or from any adjoining Coun-; railroad aid refunding bonds of said to the payment if the said bonds now J nounce n, Phone 436. 3-5-2ttils to quaify as a Depository for. City, maturing April 1. 1922, under , to be refunded, and it being necessary J. W. STEEN a five weeks whcr?al Johnston -" .1. - d. . T IOO-IMVo SMtVx.l'itV f STRAYED from my place near Art- jai puroo Bl ieir ,., , , th. n,i Kv hnr.i meeting. It is ordered by the Board : pi v.ia iiir j .". ' v vnv. wmw with black Fpot on left hip. Reward wZ. horse to C wfjsh mentioned, and that such notice shall! 1020 and acts amendatory thereof and ,ance take eft immediately, and this ,t or for return of horse to G. n. Eusn.j pubJished once a wwk for three supplemental thereto, and puiuant to ; ordinance fhall accordingly take ff-i rnMMKSlfiNTirS SAI.F! nFlrnnseoutlve weeks in one of the news-1 ordinance and proceedings el 1 he 'feet from ami after us passde. B. LOVE announce him as a candidate for Coun-. oilman from Ward Five of the City of Columbus, Miss., subject to the .nsistent here-'will of the voters of said city at th" i forthcoming primary t-! turn, being no IM PORTANT and in full com-jthat said refusi ng bonds be issued e Constitution ami by April I, in onier 10 mom of the State f Mississippi, ! a default in sa h paymert. an emerg- f the Laws of nrv pxist rcii'iirinir that this cruin ... . i i as a candidate to sucreei rumseii as Councilman from Ward Fix ofI ithe City of Columbus, Mis., ubj--ct to the will of the voters of raij city the forthcoming primary election. LAND UNDER DECREE. jbe published once a - i i : T 1 ' f imp n1 f'itv Conrw il if tVi Citv TVio f nru i'o i n C ordinance af IS puutlMlftl III trtinmira v uiu, -- .. .- , -lii.ciwsmni nd anrti r,otw-. ball ho of Columbus, duly and legally had been fully considered, was In NO. 3011. The Chancery Court Of Lowndes papers publ Count), Mississippi. I published in one of the daily news papers published In the City of Jack-' R . W. PATTERSON ET AL, Complainants. , Vs. E. R. CONWELL ET AL, Respondents. . and adopt!. on roll ca It is hereby certified, recited and, AYES: t r:..:.:: : :: v:.iv t:,l. flwlarnit tit !1 - rnnditinn in! ' ViV?- (On,- .UIIFMil IIIilliJC UIU!. ...... -.. , ....... are now therefore open to any bank! things required to exist, harpen and, It was there urn dj!y stgne-1 and in the State of Mississippi and barks pe"ormel. pre-redert to and in the approved hy tne iaor, outside of Lowndes County shall be .issuance of this bond, have existed.) Approved th ¬ in Ixwn- nave riariifnp-i arm r.mr ihtii ii'fc ii n i t ti. t-T'irii v..:l wn.w nr. .ir,r,ii.i B-li-p'e-l When Farmer Bass tt uh id d to II bv the following vote: -send his son to eonege, ami -eu-cie-i one exploiting the a-lantaf s oi its physical training jtem. he had a plain talk with the presi l 7th d.iv of Mafch, 'given preference over banks i ides County. Mississippi. It is is further formed in due time, form and man I A. Y (ordered that the Clerk of the Board r.er as required by law, and that the j !f Supervisors shall mail a ccrv of -amount of this bond, together with, ATTEST CLOVER. Mdj or. ti,. t-iWiiA nf a provision rf a decree this notice to the State Treasurer, to (the i-ue el whKh it lorms a part. ef the Chancery Court of Liwndos jmake effort that some bank in the l.s not exceed any limit presrd-.l A. B. LAWRENCE. City S- r-taty. tr.e pre side'.t. "John dn't need no sfttin-up ex- 'enises. He sets up too late ulrcady. so I'd ruther y-u'd rut them out. But say, if you've g"t any good get; in' ' up fxertise that are a sure thinir. i p-i to it with John!" Electric light and ja bill are due and payable at the Company's Office on or before the 10th of the month, follow ing the month scrice was rendered. Patrons failinj to pay their bills in the prescribed time wi!I receive a duplicate, to this wi!I be added 3?;, this to cover the etra expense incurred in Fending out these duplicates. If these second bills are not settled promptly, the service will be subject to discontinuance, wKhnitl further notice. We have no col lector. It will cost JI.00 to have rneUr reset after having been remoed for non-pajnent of bilL Columbus Railway, Light & Power Co. t D. T. GASTON, Manager. HARRIS HARDWARE CO. Read the IH-patch Want-A-I?. 5 ar