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Lodge Lore. The Knights of Pythias have lately elected Mr. E. E. Bndf r as Master of Finance, in place of Mr. E. N. Beard. Th Columbus Tent of Macca bees, one of the youngrest orders in the State, has about seventy members. There are but two other Tents in the State. Worshipful Master Wad dell an nounces the Fellowcraft degree for Tuesday niht and urjres all members of the lodge to be nu hand. A cordial invitation is ex tended visiting brethren to at tend also. Mr. S. Schwab, the local Sec retary of the Woodmen, is out of the city at present. The work of this Lodge steadily goes on, every meeting witnessing the initiation of new members. The membership at present amounts to about 150. Union Lodge No. 35, I. O. O. F., is up and doiug. It now has 125 members and is one of the largest lodges in the State- To morrow night four candidates will come up before the order for the second degree and on Tuesday night two candidates will appear for the Patriarchial degree and as candidates for the Encampment. In the State at large the work of organizing new lodges goes on with great vigor. Dr. II. M. Lanier leaves Tuesday for Brooksville where he will insti tute a lodge with 26 members, and from there to Louisville where another lodge will bo es tablished with the same number of members. The degree team of the local lodge will confer the degrees on these new members of Odd Fellowship. It is well to note here that Lowndes county leads all other counties in the State in this Odd Fellow move ment, there being four lodges in the county. Messrs. W. L. Gardner & Co. is the style of a new firm which has rented the vacant store un der the new hotel erected oppo site the Commercial Hotel annex. Mr. W. L. Gardner will be in charge of the business which will be devoted to groceries, gen eral merchandise, hay and feed stuffs, lime and cement. The ad vertisement of the new firm will soon appear in these columns. Mr. T. B. Hardy has lately re turned from Cleveland, Ohio, where he went to represent the University chapter of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, at the con clave in session at Cleveland. Dr. H. L. Williams' friends in the city regret to learn that he has been quite ill at the Dr. Sykes home for the pasi week. Dr. Williams is a sufferer from pneumonia. More Riots. Disturbances of strikers are not nearly as grave as an individual dis order of the system. Overtime, loss of sleep, nervous tension will be fol lowed by utter collapse, unless a re liable remedy is immediately employ ed. There's nothing so efficient to cure disorders of the liver or kidneys as Electric Bitters. It's a wonderful tonic and effective nervine and the greatest all around medicine for run down systems. It dispels nervous ness, rheumatism and neuralgia and expels malaria germs. Only 50c. and satisfaction guaranteed by " Chapman & Mavfield, druggists. Old papers for sale at this of fice. Twenty for five cents. - Always in the Lead r -1 ' -- - v. OSBORIB'S SODA FOUKTAIH la the majfnet for all lovers of pure, choice, delicious and refreshing Soda Fountain products. L,ltnedeaiof I'nejceetletl Flavor f Corn-Col a, Fep-to-Lae, mil the Latent Fruit I'hotiphate, Fruttti and other Fntit lee a, lee Cream-Sodam, Ete. Our Famous Ice Cream is a steady winner, and why? Because it la made from pure, fresh Je.-sey Cream, and free from custards and other cheapening diluents and delight fully flavored. Try it. IT JH THE HE A , TIIIXG. Come and see us. You will Deserved promptly in pleasing style and be sure to come again. li. OSBORNE. Creams and Sherbets frozen to order for families, picnics, hotels, etc.. and delivered well packed in porcelain ined jars. SOMEWHAT SOCIAL The dance gien at the Gilmer hotel by the young men of the city Friday evening in honor of the visitors to Columbus was the most delightful of the season. The large ball room was crowded with dancers until the early hours of the morn each loth to quit a scene so fair. The follow ing are those who attended: Miss Lorraine Street, Artie Peyton, Eddie Mae Hester, Evelyn Searcy Emma Sim rail, Mary Anthony Young, Lucy Harrison, Annie Stockard, Lucile Hardy, Pauline Owen, Susie Owen, Sara Sale, Sallie Foote, Margie Hairston, Jennie Weather by, Mary Cox, Augusta Prowell, Cornelia Hud son, Sadie Hudson ana Miss i Head; Messrs. Henry Humphries, Sam Humphries:, Gaius Whit field, R. R. Banks, W. H. Rhett, Henry Sherrod, J. B. Patterson, E. E. Harris, J. M. McLaehlan, Bob Hairston, . Bob Kirksey, Drew Foote, Will Cox, S. B. Bradford, Bob Williams, Ed Moore, Rowland Prowell, Jesse Waller. T. B. Hardy. Paul Pey ton, F. P. Philips, C. B. Mayo, John R. Maxwell; chaperones, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Simrall, Mrs. Tom Sherrod, Miss A. C. Pey ton, Mrs. S. D. Harris, Mrs. C. H. Ayres, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Banks, Mrs. T. V. Hardy, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rhett, Dr. and Mrs. W. R. McKinley, Mr. and Mrs. II. Osborne, Mrs. Wm. Winston. The dance was led by Mr. W. H. Rhett with Miss Lor raine Street. A pretty afternoon wedding occurred at Samt Paul's Episco pal church Wednesday, when Miss Bettie Young, of this city and Mr. R. V. Pollard of Green wood, were married. The cere mony was performed by Rev. Robert Barnwell, Miss Annie Neilson presiding at the organ. The bride was gowned in white silk and with her maid of honor, Miss Allie Stevens, were met at the altar by Mr. Pollard and Mr. Lomax;the ushers, Messrs. J. R. Maxwell, Wallace Stevens, Hampdon Young, of Artesia and Shelby Steele, of Greenwood, preceding them, After thecere mony Mr. and Mrs. Pollord left for Tennesseee where they will visit before going to their fu ture home in Greenwood. They carry with them the good wishes of many friends here, the bride being one of our most popular young ladies, and the groom being known by reputation as one of the leading lawyers of Greenwood. The little ones of the city were royally entertained at a party last Thursday afternoon by Miss Suzella Champneys at the Champney's home in South Col umbus. Games were played and refreshments served and the oc casion proved delightful for all of the little people who attended. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Teas dale and Miss Edna Johnson have returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Greenwood. Misses Ozzie and Annie Lee Cady are at home after a pleas ant summer spent at Monteagle. Mrs. John Billups and Miss Mary Billups are at home after a visit to Mrs. Willis Garth. Miss Tennie Cook has return ed to the city after a visit to friends in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Teasdale are home from a pleasant visit to Atlanta friends. Mrs. Eugenia Moore has re turned from a visit to Chicago and Waukesha. Miss Marie Tucker leaves this week for a visit to friends in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kennedy are with Mrs. Boyd on Third street. Miss Sue Snell is at home af ter a pleasant visit to Chicago. A Word Regarding Vanilla. To extract the entire flavor from the Vanilla Bean during the process of manufacturing Ex tract of Vanilla and to leave be- hind in the residue the wax and resinous matter which always renders the finished product on ly an article to sell and not to be used for flavoring purposes is a secret peculiar to our own pro- cess, uur vanuia nas won its way over all others and now stands in a class to itself It is best and goes farthest and the flavor is truly delightful. Special rates to families in lots of pints. Mavo& Weaver. j The Lot Sale. That people have faith and con fidence in the future of Colum bus was attested by the brisk demand for lots at the sale which occurred last Wednesday after- noon, ine property soici was the old Swearingen estate jus east of the Southern shops, good property, well located and the sale was attended by a large crowd. The auction began'about half-past two o'clock and lasted until five o clock in that time thirty -onf lotf being disposed o at 'an average value of $37.50 ine purcnasers were various people who will soon begin to improve and build up their prop erty. The sale was organized advertised and conducted by P. W. Maer. The free lot was drawn by lit tie Winston Caine. laoier s iJucneve file ointment is not a panacea, but it is recommended for blind, bleeding or protruding piles, and it will cure the most obsti nate cases. Price, 50 cents in bottles. Tubes, To cents. Chapman & Mayfield Mr. Porter E. Carothers, of Tupelo, Miss., spent Friday and yesterday in the city mingling with countless friends that he has in this city and section. Mr. Carothers has only recently been nominated as representativefrom the great county of Lee to the legislature and all who know him predict that he will be one of its ablest and most useful members. Mr. Carothers was raised in this county, mar ried here and Jived here until he was 28 years old. He has a large number of relatives and friends who are always glad to see him The Dispatch is especially glad to know him and appreciated very much a call he paid this paper. Something for the Boys. School suits for eyery boy, well fitting and durable. Come boys and be fitted. Simon Loeb & Bro., Clothing Department. uoJurabus, Miss., nas lost a good citizen in Tom M. Rogers, and Florence is the gainer. Mr. Rogers has just closed out his mercantile business in that city, and his return to Florence will mean increased energy and cap ital for the Surprise Store. The people of Florence can now ex pect some big developments from this well known firm. The Her ald. Mayor J. T. Gunter left last Wednesday afternoon for Hot Springs, Ark., wThere he goes to rest and recreate for four weeks. Mr. Gunter has been over taxed with work incident to the moving of the city administra tion into the new city hall and the paving contracts and has earned his rest. It Saved His Leg. P. A. Danforth, of LaGrange, Ga., suffered for six months with a fright ful running sore on his leg; but writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly cured it in five days. For ulcers, wounds, piles, it's the best salve in the world. Cure guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by Chapman & Mayfield, druggists. h Fresh Mackerel Bloaters in bulk, White Fish, Smoked Herring, Scaled Herring, Prunes, Seeded Raisins, Seeded Currants, Canned Hominy, Fancy Cakes, Fresh Candies, New York Cream Cheese, MacLaran's Imported Grated Cheese, Kiss-Me. California and Pepsin Chewing Gum. IRION CEL NEILSON IT mtm s Summer Comfort r 0M Is increased with every piece of Willow or Rattan Furniture brought into the house. It looks cool and is delight fulls so. Come in and see our Chairs, Settees. Kockers, Etc. We have .some good Lawn Swings that we are selling very cheap. For anything in the Furniture line call on GUNTER BROS Main and Market. Streets City Council Proceedings. The city council has had nightly sessions durinpr the past week The equilization of taxes has been the cause of the prolonged meet ings. Tuesday night a regular business meeting was held and after the usual routine Mr, Peacher appeared before the council in behalf of residents on College street asking that the ditch on that street be covered All material was to be furnished the city only paying for having the work done. This reques was considered. The matter of the sale of the gravel pit was ordered referred to the city attorneys. It was ordered that the side walks should be laid on the west side of the property owned by Mr. Battle Bell, the Baptist church and Dr. Davis on 7th street. Corn huskers' sprained wrists, barb ed wire cuts and sprains, or cuts from any other cause are quickly healed when Ballard's Snow Ointment is promptly applied. Price 25c and 50c Chapman & Mayfield, druggists. Church, Charity and Religious News Rev. D. H. Ogden has return ed from a two weeks' vacation spent in visiting relatives in Au burn, Ala. The Junior Baptist Young People's Union gave a social at the home of Mrs. Myers Friday evening, uuite a number of young people enjoyed the occa sion and a neat sum was realized from the sale of refreshments A number of Columbus people will attend the Columbus District Baptist Convention which meets at Bethel on the 11th. Among those who will go from here are Rev. A. J. Miller, Mr. J. G. Go ree, Dr. R. S. Curry, Mrs. J. B. Thames, Mrs. Bettie Armstrong and Mrs. Brooks. The Baptist church trustees are contemplating some valuable improvements on the church property in this city. At a meet ing Thursday night it was de cided to lay a cement side walk before the church on th street and to put in new sashes and lights, the improvements to cost about $600. Dr. J. M. Sullivan, who was in the city several days the past week in the interest of Millsaps College, talked in an interesting manner of the work of the col lege at the Methedist church Thursday night. While here he secured several new students for Millsaps, and says the outlook promises the most successful ses sion ever known to its existence. Thousands suffer with torpid liver, producing1 great depression of spirits, ndigestion, constipation, neauacne, etc. Herbine will stimulate the liver, keep the bowels regular and restore a healthful buoyancy of spirits. Price 50 cents. Chapman & Mayfield, drug gists. T. G. Ezell & Co. is the style of the firm that occupies the old stand of R. A. Mullins & Co. on Main street. The farm consists of T. G. Ezell, W. F. Ezell and W. E. Garner. All these gentlemen are well known young business men of this city and their suc cess is assured. Mr. A. J. Burr age, who is at present on the police force in he place of Officer T. G. Munger who is taking his vacation, will soon open a store in Ward No. 6 near the ice factory where he will be pleased to see and serve his friends. Mr. Jos. Donoghue will soon move into the new building in Merchants Block just south of his present stand. It is not known who will take his old establishment. I AROUND THE CITY i Miss Pauline Owen returned Friday from Ashville, N. C. Old papers for sale at this of fice. Twenty for five cents. Fine stationery, wall paper.the latest book, etc., at W. N. Mud roe & Go's. Miss Imogene Moody enter tained a number of friends Fri day evening. Mr. W. T. Browning and wife are at home after a month spent in the Carol iu as. Lady Juliet and Master Fred Oakley have returned from a visit to Coker, Ala. The Board of Supervisors meet j in monthly session to-morrow at the Court House. aj organ s uniu ionic cures chills and fever. Mayo& Weaver sell it. No cure, no pay. We regret to note that Mr. Frank Brown remains quite ill at his home in this city. Mr. Stanley 'Martin's friends are pleased to see him in the city after an extended absence. Since January 1st we have sold more than 575 pints of our Ex tract of Vanilla. Mayo & Weaver. Mr. Will Halbert, who has a position in New Orleans, arrived on a visit to his parents in this city. Mr. Jesse Waller and Miss Margie Hairston came up from Crawford to the dance Friday night. Mrs. J. H. Eddy and Miss Head, of Decatur, Ills., are in the city the guests of Mrs. Alice B. Young. Rev. J. A. Oakley left yester day for Beersheba, where he will begin a revival to-day for Rev. G. O. Hubbert. School children must have something to write on and with, We have both. Curry & Caine's drug store. Our pound packages of paper for 25, 35 50 and 75c are the best values you can get. Curry & Caine, druggists. Mr. Will Bryan leaves to-mor row for Nashville, where he will enter Vanderbuilt University for the coming session. A number of bales of cotton were received yesterday by the various warehouses. The price was 10.80 to 11 cents. The biggest lot of tissue paper ever received, all colors. Just the thing for summer hats, at Chapman & Mayfield. Mr. Chas. Buder has been missed from his place of busi ness for the past few days and has been on the sick list. Ask for rebate check with ev ery cash purchase. We also give Home Merchants Tra'ding stamps. Chapman & Mayfield. Miss Margie Westmoreland and Master Billie Westmoreland are visiting -relatives, the former at Gainsvillfif and the latter at Birmingham, Ala. We want to show the most complete line of tablets, pencils and box papers this week ever brought to Columbus at Curry & Caine's drug store. Editor West, of the Messenger was on Thursday evening last called to the bedside of his sister in Alabama, who is seriously ill with typhoid fever. Don't forget, we guarantee our A. A. Waterman's Fountain pens. Every business man or woman should have one. Sold at" Curry ! & Caine's drug store. The Dispatch enjoyed a de ightful serenade from a large number of young men the past week who celebrated the Varda- man victory in song. Dr. J. M. Sullivan, who occu pies the chair of chemistry at Millsaps College in Jackson, was in the city Thursday in the in; terest of the College. Mrs. M. JHarris, accompanied by Miss Mary Harris, has re turned to the city after spending he summer at their country home near Columbus. Miss Eddie Mae Hester and Miss Evelyn Searcy, two charm ing visitors of Mrs. V. T. Searcy in this city, return to their home in Tuscaloosa to morrow. Telephone your orders for fine whiskeys, beer, wine, etc. to Jas. H. Coleman, Pickensville, Ala. All orders receive careful at- ention and prompt shipment j 12 ' persons ill the m!K3zii Malaria really is and the suffering it causes, v. .2'" Malaria just ruins a great many lives because ,f it recurs at definite intervals, each attack teirj v jiM more severe. ?jrL , It i a vero irnivl fHea tiaawiavuc, uai.s,iie, teei ciizy ana wea, r.ave s.:... chills, fever and feel bad all over, you are ia the first stages cf malari. But isa't it far better to know what will cure ycuthit ,n f J 3 nirf sala.- uyou ciTJict' JlllOKflIIiL CO., Sals ft-" t'O- S3I' Mr 19, cuarsnteed to ,U.tU PUf ial ilasQ$ Cerr l'f.!? it Ther - i Tonicnt'wilr-c&l ydii 4?ea it&r&ftMitw ressis un fa; ...HighGrade... ILLINERY W ii'j ii) W M "We will continue to handle, and wt solicit a continuance of the patron age which thiscstablishment has en joyed for years by conscientious and painstaking efforts to please our friends and customers. Spring Novelties in Our Line Are Being Con stantly Received. Bailev RHillinerv Fmnnriiim mt DR. M O ir (TEETMING i Ulatk Fraisos. A rlt . .-) t. I -. i i Rct. J. W. Berry (of ArVanaas Methodist Conference.wrUes:) "Enrloged ltrul fif;v cents f,.r h .l.-n-- m , two packages of '"TEETHIN A.' U'e wonder how we have raised children without it. 1 he other ! iy si la 1 i i " eouri gent ns a package and it came at a most opportune time; our bafoo was in a mioua con,Ii!'"',i ia,N been in bad condition for days, and nothing that we rave did anf Rood ; the seron l dime of Ti h I I !I n " d; perfect relief and he haa bad no further trouble. Other lueiuWn of ine family Lave u4 U uud t-vety Ums beeu a perfect success. Charter of Incorporation of the Columbus Manufacturing Company. Abtici.k I. A. A. llrenst. Warren M. Cox, John A. Stinson, W. 11. liruoks, A. Chapsky, Samuel Knye and P. W. Maer and Kuch other persons as they may asssociate with them selves, shall constitute a corporation to e known sis " The Columbus Manufacturing Company." for the purptse of manufacturing, selling and dealinK in " Breast's Patent Trace Carrier. Backhands, Saddlery, Bridles, Har ness and Furnishings therefor. Article 11. The Columbus Manufacturing Company shall be domiciled at the City oX Co lumbus. Lowndes County, State of Mississippi, and tihall have .succession for the term of tifty years from the date of rant of charter. Articlk III. The Columbus Manufacturing Company shall have and exercise, and be sub ject to all the provisions contained in Section s3i) of the Annotated Code of Missississippi. and shall have and exercise all the pow ers. rights and privilejfes necessary fur the purposes of its business, granted to such cor porations by the laws of the State of Missis sippi, and not contrary thereto. Article IV. The Columbus Manufacturing Company shall have power to issue capital stock thereof to the extent of Thirty Thousand Dollars 0o,iKHi.ou). Article V. The Columbus Manufacturing Company shall have power to acquire, hold and control real and personal property for the uses of its business, as is provided in Section. (81 Annotated Code of Mississippi. iyj. Chancery Notice. The State of Mississippi. Lowndes County. To Jessie Ramsey, Tuscaloosa. Ala.: You are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Itwndes in said State, on the first Monday of October A. li. 1W13. to defend the suit of Lou FJJa liamsey wherein you are a defendant. This )th day of August A. D. K. S. MOOKB,Clkrk. By Joe Harris. D. C. Chancery Notice The State of Mississippi. v v, Lowndes County. To Mrs. J. M. Barnes and Mrs. K. A. Swarner. whose post office address Is Mobile. County of Mobile, Alabama, and Mrs. A. V. Keener. whose post office address is Womack Hill, County of Choctaw. Alabama : i ou are commanded to appear before the Chancery Court of the County of Ijowndes in said State, cm the first Monday of October A. IJ. P.MKL to defend the suit of Mrs. Adeiia Mitchell, wherein, you are def endHuts. K. S. MOO UK. Clkhk. By Jok Harris. IX C. 2lst August, I903-3W Chancery Notice. The State oir Mississippi. IiOwndes County, v ToGeorpe Kennedy, the defendant. No. l;tX. You are commanded to appear beror t.'ie Chancery Court of the County of Ijowndes. in said State, on the first Monday of October. A. O. l&j;t, to defend the suit in said court of Catherine Kennedy, wherein you are a defend ant. This. 5th day of September, A. D. Vsr.1. E. S. Moore. 9-6-3w - Chancery Clerk. Dissolution Notice. The firm heretofore existing under the style of Curry, Lipscomb A Caine ia dissolved this day by mutual eon sent; Dr. J. W. Lipscomb retiring and Dr. IX. S. Curry and Mr. S. L. Caine continuing under the lirm name of Curry & Caine. II. s. Curry, J. W. Lipsdomb, S. L. Caine In retiring from the above firm I wish to thank my friends and the pub lic generally for the patronage ac corded the old firm and to bespeak its continuance to our successors. I will continue to receive professional calls at the store of Curry & Caine. J. V. Lips com h. 9-5-3 w. Telephone a trial order to Jas. H. Coleman. Pickensville. Ala. Satisfaction guaranteed. 9-2t. I If- It is net necessary to cc-.- suit Webster's Dicticr.ary to find ou'; that Malaria is caused bv infected air from damp and marshy lands, livir.fif in southern territory, esrec;a,:y vicmitv of a river, knaw too we what l-r Vi-f n.Ven v - ,.,t5i n n t rem. njtz u Pteptm, L'SsL'iIIL T, fTSte - f- rrj" ' "im . . . -; i .1. I ... 4 j 4 ' m -sy FFE1 IT m i ,j I K POWDERS): Dissolution Notice The co-partner of law existing sio;nel under the t O'Neill, has mutual consent . hip 111 11 ii wi-i n I ! fill liiiilM" ( if iccri ii is i i! loiti .f it- signed will rive attention to nl ters in wli ieh the 1 at e V. i n i l- ;i - ed; and both, oreitlu r of -lers, arc authorized to co!!! title said late lirni. K. T. S 'J'. .1. ' ." 1 - I'.a'i) of us will con! i!it;c tice of law, occupying our oftices as heretofore. T. .(. D' l.I!., September 1st, W, For Sale. Five liundr-Hl tu-rcs praii land live miles south of Colu; bus on lacon ro;il. Ior information unply to H-HUtf I a. A. Vai-i if.: Cheap Summer Tours To the Creat Lakes, ' Colorado, the Uoeky M otm' other western resort?.; to .' the Virginias, North a u i So lina, Tennes-ec, Kentm -y summer reports in the I'm!, and Canada. Low rate, A U. Kailroad. Tick'--, o;i to September wOth. A-k a writ John M. Deal!, A. C. full particulars. For Sale. Farm containing 17-1' ;ht- - . fiOO acres in cultivation, locatci in the fork of Iiigjhoi; and Iintta liatchie rivers, in Monr ; county. Miss. The best '"natural" stork farm in the State uiov: part of the Y. W Troup tion. Will sell at a bargain i taken before; October l.'th. terms etc., address E. .J. iS.vi rn, sw- w-lt. Jack' son, Mi. Old papers for sale at this fice. Twenty for live cents. Telefihone Your i d- i for i'ine Whiskies... XCl t n c o, jo c c i tV. ...TO... J. H. C0LEA1AN, PICKENSVILLE, AL. I have w-.nron delivery t ci : company ami oi tiers ure h;pp-l ..!. b.v us received. Semi uie an n.ier. SMtisfactioti as to quality u's.l Ti.c.t.i:. truaratiteed. J. H. 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