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MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1918.
Mist Rachel McAIlester entertained
with a miscellaneous shower Saturday
afternoon at her home In St. Elmo
for Miss Hasel Turner, who la to ba
married Tuesday evening to Stewart
Farmer. The rooms were decorated In
a profusion of spring Dowers. The
plfts were delivered to the honoree In
a little express wagon, gayly trimmed
In pink and white and drawn by two
children dressed as kewples James
Bowman Johnson and Estelle Troxell.
The' presents consisted of cut glass.
band-made lingerie, silverware ana
many useful articles. The color
scheme of pink and white was car
ried out even to the Ices and cakes.
Miss McAIlester was assisted in car
ing for her guests by her mother. Mrs.
J. B. McAIlester and her two sisters,
Mrs. Will McAIlester, and Mrs. Ger
trude McAJlester Johnson. About
thirty were present
Mrs, Powell Clayton will be the
guest of honor at the meeting of the
Lookout mountain Red Cross circle at
the home of Mrs. Newell Sanders
The meetings continue to encage the
. interest and attention of the ladlea of
Ixokout mountain each Wednesday to
the degree of deciding to hold open
the workroom during the summer
months. The sessions are spend -the-day
occasions with a noon luncheon
and community singing following the
, luncheons . There have now been 1
Ave machines and three motors in
stalled. At the meeting held last
Wednesday there were twenty-four
ladles present and forty-four gar
ments were completed.
The P. B. circle of the Rldgedale M.
II church entertained with a surprise
shower Friday evening : for Miss
Esther Mackie at her home.
The amusements for the evening
were games and contests. Mrs. I D,
Peace won the prise for carrying the
most beans on a kniie. ine bride-
alant waa hllnrifnld1 mnA mA in
1 seat In the middle of the room where
he opened her presents.
. A sandwich course was served for
refreshments. A. large number of
guests were present
The East Chattanooga school, with
910 students and representing the
largest suburban school, has qualified
for the Junior Red Cross on a cash
basis. This means that every child
has paid IS cents, the amount required
to Join. Over $1S0 was serured dur
ing the recent Junior Red Cross drive.
The students are enthusiastic over
the new work. Classes In Red Cross
sewing will be organized within the
next week. A number of the girls
have knitted sweaters for the Senior
Red Cross. Th student body re.
eently sent 16 worth of Jellies to the
base hospital at Fort Oglethorpe. Prof.
8. H. Proffltt Is principal of the school
2 lbs. nice Evaporate A OfT
2 lbs. good orr
Prunes .,
2 lbs. Evaporated 35c
2Ibi Pinto ART
Beans 2,bB'eir. 25c
u Onions
Corn Flakes, lflr
package -avC
U. S. License, No. G-24792
Don't fail to attend the
big shoe aale of the entire
ttock of the Kelso-Neal
Shoe Co. They are almost
giving them away. Sale
-tart . at V a.m. 71 i
Market Street.
Meeting of Ladies' Aid society
or Hirst M. E. church.
. Glenn Martin Missionary so
ciety meets with Mis. F. 13.
Meeting of Gen. A. P. Stewart
chapter, U. 0. C.
Woman's auxiliary, I. M. C.
A, meets.
Meeting of Council of Jewish
- Women.
Circle No. 5 of First Baptist
church meets with Airs.
Claude Smith.
Clean-up campaign under dl-
- rectlon of Mrs. J. W. John
son. Junior Music club to hold re
cital. Dedication of Camp Greenleaf
and buffet supper at hostess
Garden meeting at chamber of
Meeting of circle No. 11 of
First Baptist church with
Mrs. Taul Wann.
Meeting of Woman's Mission
ary society of Svcond Pres
byterian church.
Meeting r of National League
for Woman's Hervice.
KoNtnoa meets for election of
Mrs. Alf Hand man hostess to -
Matthew circle.
Meeting of St. Elmo Red Cross
and Knitting Circle.
Community garden meeting In
evening at Hemlock school.
Meeting of Ladles' Aid society
of Centenary church.
Ladles of Whiteside M. EX
church to entertain.
Missionary union of Southern
Presbyterian churches to meet
at First Presbyterian church.
Chlckamauga chapter, D. A.
R., meets with Mrs. M. H.
Meeting of Y. W. C. A. board.
Meeting of woman's commit
tee, council of defense.
Midweek dance at Signal
Mountain inn.
Exhibition by students of
school of fine aud applied
Meeting of Parent-Teachers'
association ' of Rldgedale
" school.
Musio circle meets with Mrs.
L. B. Hatcher.
M. B. club meets at home of
Mrs. W. F. Ruoff.
Kosmos baby cllnlo to hold
Ladles' Missionary society of
Central Presbyterian church
meets with Mrs. Shirley Her-
Meeting of Lookout Mountain
Red Cross circle with Mrs.
Newell Sanders.
U. D. C. lunoheon at Loveman'e.
Judge David Campbell chap
ter, D. A. R., to meet with
Mrs. C. L. Hall.
rsrent-Teachers' association of
Third district to meet.
Meeting of Frances WIHard
Primary teachers' round table
to meet.
Exhibition by
school of fine
All-day meeting of ladles
First Baptist church.
Evangeline chapter, O. E. S., to
meet In Mountain City ball.
U. D. C, luncheon at Loveinan's.
Meeting of Ht. Paul's guild.
Meeting of St. Elmo Red Cross
and Knitting Circle.
Community meeting, In eve
ning, at Central Grammar
Meeting of Sunday school
Graded union.
Knitting hour at the library.
Cafeteria supper at Centenary
Cafeteria supper at First M.
E. church.
Dlnner-iliuice at Signal Moun
tain Inn.
ReKtilar dlnner-dnnce at Oolf
and Country club.
Judge Howell Tatunr chapter,
C. A. R., meets with Tom
Frltts Rnlley.
Weat Point men to hold ban
quet at Fort Oglethorpe.
Community singing at eourt-
students of
and applied
Miss Esther Mackie and William C.
Rennlck were quietly married Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. end Mrs. 8.
K Mackie. In ttlditednle. Rev. W. S.
Kales, pastor of the Rldgedale Metho
dist church, officiated.
Cash Bargains
Borden's Eagle Brand Milk 20c
Senna Leaves , 5c
Palmolive Soap 10c
Laxative Quinine Tablets 25c
Jergen's Almond Cream 25c
Castile Soap, pound 25c
Fine Linen Stationery, pound ..25c
.Spotless Cleanser , 5c
Lux Soap, 2 for . .' 25c
Lenox Soap 5c
Octagon Soap , 5c
THREE Drug Stores
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nuruiu joauer, iva aster
Pianist, to Appear Under
Auspices of Music Club
Harold Bauer, conceded to be the
maHter pianist of the present day, will
appear here in concert recital March
12 under the auspices of the Chatta
nooga Music club. The event will
mark one of the most distinctive of the
recitals in the artists' course of the
Chattanooga organization fostered by
i'ror. Josef c. Cadek. A crit c. writ
lng of the pianist, says:
A pupil of Paderewskl. Harold
Bauer owes to that muster a debt of
gratitude for bringing to its highest
aeveiopinent the musical genius he
early displayed. At the same time, it
may be said that Uauer is In a large
measure self-taught Even as a boy
he showed' rare musical instinct, and
his rapid advance showed that he was
of no mediocre caliber.
"Seven times previous to his pres-
ent tour Bauer has visited the United'
states, and each appearance has
strengthened his hold on American fa
vor. In Europe his reputation was
made long before ho undertook to win
recognition in this country. He has1
given concerts In so many continental
cities that an admirer has suggested
mat me pianist's fame rests as much
upon his record as a traveler as bis
skill as a musician. From Europe to
uoutn America he has Journeyed, re.
turning to England, Norway and Swe.
den and his home in. Paris, only to
hasten back to Spain, where he has
filled engagements at many fashion
able watering places. Meanwhile he
has prepared himself for his Ameri
can tours, arranging his programs and
extending nis repertoire. Bauer is in
dofatlgable. In his playing, the most
noticeable characteristics are his
nicely-controlled temperament and his
irvnaom rrom OlHDIay.
"What impresses one most In Bauer's
piaymg is that It is spontaneous and
Unforced. His teohnle in minerh. His
nngers fairly radiate temperament!
Intricate passages of great difficulty
are surmounted with ease. Yet there
is nothing mechanical in his manipu
lation of the keys,. Bauer is a true
pianist a veritable poet of the key-
taken the home of Mr and Mrs. W. 8.
Grlscora In St. Elmo for the summer.
Rev. R. A. Smith Is Baptist oamp
pastor at Fort Oglethorpe, and Dr.
Ezell Is Identified with the Y. M. C A.
The home was. aglow with snrlnr
rowers and rerns, Preceding the cere
mony Mrs, V R. Letner eang "O
Promise Me." Mrs. Howard Rennlck
rendered the nuptial music. The at
tendants were Miss Pearl Friar and
L. Jackson.
The bride was attired In a eoat suit
of tan cloth, worn with small hat and
accessories to match. Her flowers
were valley lilies and Bride's roses.
Following the ceremony an Informal
reception was held. About forty
guests were present.
Mrs. Rennlck Is a graduate or cen
tral High school, and la considered one
of the most popular young ladles of
the suburb.
Mr. and Mrs. Rennlck have gone to
Birmingham to reside, where the
groom is connected with the Q. & C,
railway office.
Hood stated Sunday that the details
would be announced next Sunday.
. A sanitary drinking fountain will
be installed at the entrance of . the
Sunday school assembly room to the
memory of Charles II. Magill, late su
perintendent of the Sunday school. A
oommiltee, composed of Messrs. A. H.
enspman and P. L. Johnston and Mrs.
g. P. Courtney, has been appointed to
solicit runas for this purpose.
Mrs. Edward MacDowell, who will
appear here In piano recital of Mac
Dowell musio under the auspices of
ma MacDowell club the last week In
this month, was a former dudII of the
great American composer. As Mtas
(By Betty Brown.)
Is It possible to Imagine anything
more distracting to the beholder of
the Easter parade than the sadden
vision of a young maid adorned with
Mils coronet of . flowers 7 And no
sooner would he recover from the hat
than he would be daszled anew by the
flower muff to match.
We are not a botanist and so can.
not give the scientific explanation for
this flowery outburst, but we will tell
that the flower petal hat and muff are
of white, and the hat is topped with a
wired bowknot of sea-blue velvet
post graduate course. They are com
ing to Chattanooga especially to visit
their son, Emmet S. Ayers, stationed
at Camp Greenleaf. While in the city
they will be the guests of Mrs. Fred
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all Baptists in Chattanooga to hear Dr.
Ayers both on Wednesday and Thurs
WFn Ml HII I h- an1 Mrs- J- Austin. Dr. Lyon Is
VVCUd IVIIOd niULI promlnent surgeon of that place. He
Mrs. E. Q. Roberts continues ill at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. G.
Saunders, In St Elmo.
Mrs. R. A. Wright of Rome, .Ga., Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary
Fletcher, on East Terrace.
D. H. Rains Is improving, after an
Illness of three weeks at bis home on
Missionary ridge.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Reynolds and lit
tle sons, John and William Reynolds,
of Harriman, have taken an apartment
In the Robinson for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Drew Rains have
taken an apartment on East Eighth
Mrs. Fred Fox left Sunday night to
visit her son, Lieut. Fred H. Fox, of the
819th engineers, stationed at Palo Alto,
Lieut, and Mrs. Dyer Butterfleld will
return from the officers' training camp
at Chilllcothe, O.. about April 1. Mrs.
Leona Gardenhlre will go to Terre
Haute, Ind., this month to visit Mr, and
Mrs. W. Naylor Cox, and expects to go
later to Chilllcothe, returning to Chat
tanooga with Lieut and Mrs. Butterfleld.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Watson, of At
lanta, are receiving congratulations on
the birth of a son March 4. The baby
is the first great grandson of Rev. and
Mrs. J. G. Teter. of this city, who re
cently celebrated their golden wedding
anniversary. Rev. J. G. Teter is a re
tired Methodist minister.
Lieut, and Mrs. George Hicks and lit
tle daughter, Eleanor Hicks, of Wash
ington, D. C, and Lieut.and Mrs. T. J-
Hlckey and little daughter Betty, of
Pennsylvania, have taken the Carl
Douglass home in Highland Park for
the summer.
Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Lyon, of Ann Ar
bor, Mich., will arrive tonle-ht to visit
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announced for March 11 to 17 at the
Y. W. C. A. has been postponed on
account of the illness of Miss Millar.
The date of her coming will be an
nounced later.
Miss Elizabeth MeFarland and Miss
Stanton, of the National board of sec
retaries of the Young Women's Chris
tian association, are at the local T. W.
C. A. today.
Rev. W. R. Johnson's Tuesday Bible
class at the Y. W. C. A. has been post
poned until Wednesday morning at
10: SO on account of the funeral of Miss
Grace McCallle.
The Ladles' Missionary society of
Central Presbyterian church will meet
Wednesday afternoon at 2:80 o'clock
with Mrs. Shirley Heron, 212 Duncan
avenue. Election or otticers win taae
place, and a free-will offering will be
A meeting of the East Lake Red
Cross auxiliary will be held Tuesday
afternoon at 2:80 o'clock In the domes
tlo sclenco rooms of the echoolhouse.
The regular meeting of the Rldgedale
Red Cross auxiliary will be held Tues
day afternoon at 2:80 o'clock at the K.
of P. hall on Dodds avenue. Mrs. H. C.
Warwick, president requests all mem.
bcrs to attend.
The Indies of Whiteside fUreet M. E.
church will entertain Tuesday night at
thcrhurrh at 7:80 o'clock. A soclna
hour will be held following the program.
Evangeline ehnpter. No. 4S. Order
Enstern Star, will hold a meeting nt
Mountain City hnll, Kossvillo avenue,
Thursday evening.
The day of prayer for home mis
sions will be observed at i the First
Baptist church Thursday from 10:80
to 4 oeloek. Those attending are re
oufateri to bring a sandwich lunch.
Hot coffee will be served at the noon
to study with Clara Schumann, but
by chance became the pupil of Ed
ward MacDowell, then professor of
pianoforte at the Darmstadt con
servatory. As a student with Mac
Dowell for four years she. won the
great musician's fondest admiration
through her conscientious work, "plac
ing herself on a level." so wrote Mac
Dowell, "but rarely attained by musi
cal students, professional and other
wise' Their marriage followed Mr. Mac
Dowell's return to this country a year
later, when, after a period of arduous
labor, he established the musical col
ony at Tetersboro, the cottages of
which Mrs. MacDowell will now trans
form inJ,o an army hospital. For the
Inst two seasons Mrs. MacDowell has
filled fifty engagements each
Her coming to Chattanooga will
mark Mrs. MacDowell's second appear
ance here. This time under the dl
rectorship of Mrs. John Lamar Meek,
of the MacDowell club. On the oc
raslon of her visit here two years ago
Mrs, MacDowell was the guest of Mr,
and Mrs. R, A. Bcttis.
Chlckamauga Chapter. D. A. R., will
hold Its next regular meeting with Mrs.
M. H. Cllft Wednesday niorplng at
10:15 o'clock.
The A. P. Stewart chapter, TJ. T. C,
Is tilnmilnir for a dinner dnnce nt the
Golf and Country club on March 28.
The Junior Music club will hold a
rei-ltal tonlaht in the courthouse audi
torium under direction of Miss Mattle
The first service of the union re
vlvnl of the four Rldgednlo churches
wns held Sundny evening at tlio Pres
byterian church. It Is the plnn of the
pastors Rev. W. P. Eastwood, of the
M. E. church. South; llev. J. J. John
son, of the Hnptist church: Rev. W.
S. Pales, of the Methodist church, and
Itev. W. It. Johnson. of the Presbyte
rian church to have the revival one
week nt enc-h of the churches, with
the respective pastor In chnrge. The
services will continue this week at the
Presbyterian church. Next week the
meetings will be coi. ducted at the
liaptist church.
A lnrge eliorita choir, composed of
members of the various churches,
la a special feature.
There will be a mass meeting Tues
day afternoon at 4 o'clock In the
chamber of commerce in the interest
of home gardening. L. 1). Miles, of th
state department of agriculture, will
address the meeting.
An Innovation at the night service
of the First Baptist church was the
piano accompaniment by Mrs. Harold
Major for the song and praise service,
Dr. Major and the board of deacons
lust Monday night outlined plans for
making the Sunday night meetings
more popular. Preceding the praise
service the ordinance of baptism wa
administered to one of the boys from
the post. Seven members were added
to the church during tho day.
Meetings at Baptist churches for
this week are as follows:
Monday City B. Y. P. U. meets at
Highland Park Baptist church.
Tuesday Surgical league all day at
First liaptlst church.
Wednesday Sunday school teachers
of First ltaptlst church meet,
Thursday Day of prayer in ladles'
parlors at First PaDtlst church.
Saturday "Open house" at First
naptlst church. St. Patrick party by
circle No. 6; Mrs. Claud Smith, leader,
Charles F. Hood, superintendent of
ihe Sundny school of the First Haptlst
church, announced Sunday morning
that a special rrogram will be ren.
dered on Sumlny, March SI. The
program Is to be threefold, observance
of Missionary day, Easter and Promo
tion day. The committee appointed
to prepare the program Is Mis. Percy
Jarkson. Miss Jrna;i Holtzclnw. Mrs.
F. l tjwln. MIkn I'endope McMillan,
Mrs. R.ilelKh CrumbtiHS and Miss S.
Lontne Kiikki-II.
An "Owr-the-top" campaign for
new ineinbti In the Mindnv mhnol
will be Inaugurated mxt Sundsv. Mr.
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Unique among pre
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Offlcera of the Senior R. Y. P. V
of the First Hnptist church were
Sunday night elected for the ensuing
six months and will take charge
Sunday. Mnrch 81. They are as fol
lows: i'resliient. Morris Cunningham:
vice-presiilent, Harriet Hood; secre
tary. Miss Evelyn McMuhan: treas
urer. Wain Robinson: quls lender,
Miss Ocrtrude Wright: chorister, O. H
Whnlcv: Mnnlst. Miss Annie Huff,
tlroup lenders, Misses Penelope Mc
Mlllnn. Hasel Rrummett, Olwln Wha
lev and Mnrv Pierce.
Eight members of tho First Haptlst
R. Y. P. V. will be awarded diplomas
tonlpht at the city union meeting at
the Highland Park Hnptist church for
work done in the city training senooi
Inst month. Thev are: Misses Hniol
Urummett, Addle Mint Hnrnes. Mildred
Prnnan and Olwln Whaley: Mrs. I . I
1 Johnston, tiny Welch. Arnold Hurnelt
I and Homer Lewis.
.The Mlsslonarv union of the South
ern Presbyterian churches will hold Its
annual meetlnr in First churcn Tues
div nt 1! oVlo k. Dr. Frntt and other
will address the meeting.
Dr. T. W. Avrs, foreign missionary
to China, will siwtk twice at the First
Hnptist I'hurrh this week. Dr. Harold
Ma tor. the pastor, ha invited Dr.
Kyi.8 to speak Wednesday nipht at
7:3" nnd Mrs. W. II. Sear, president
of the Woman's auxiliary, has ar
ranged for hlni to speak Thursday
afternoon nt 8 o'clock, making the
cloM'ig addivaa of the day tf prayer
wltlrh t!i l.idtra of the First Haptlst
church will ohserve.
Pr. Amis Is the flikt medical mis.
st-uiary to establish a hospital in
Chin under the auspices f the South
ern ltaptlst convention. This hospital
was established by the First Haptlst
church of Macon. Ca.. and ts known
as the Warren Memorial bosrltnl.
Dr. and Mis, Avers have Iwn In
Atm-rlen for several months. For the
past two montba they hav born In
'tw York, where Dr. Ayers took a
Miss Gertrude V. Hill and Clinton O.
Colston were married Saturday after
noon at 4 o'clock at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas DeSha, 208 Vine
street. Rev. N. M. Watson, of the High
Innd Park Southern Methodist church,
officiated, using the full ring ceremony.
The attendants were Fred Colston and
Mrs. Viola Hill. ,
Miss Nell Barton furnished the
music. The house was decorated In
palms and cut flowers.
The bride is the daughter or J. C.
Hill, of Newburn, N. C, and has been
at the Highlands for the past sixteen
months, where she has been taking the
training for a professional nurse. Wnile
there she made many friends.
Mr. Colston Is connected with the
Southern railroad. Mrs. Viola Hill gave
a dinner for the bridal couple Sunday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. Colston went to
housekeeping at 808 Klrby avenue.
The executive board of the Frances
Willard will meet In the parlor of the
Wlllard Thursday afternoon at 2:80
o'clock. Every member is urged to be
present, as Important business Is to be
is slso connected with the University
of Michigan. Dr. and Mrs. Austin and
guests will motor to Atlanta Wednes
day to attend the midwinter aentai
H. M. Lofton has returned from At
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hardy hare
returned from New York.
Archie and . Thomas Wllllngham
have recovered from the scarlet fever.
Mrs. R. B. Cooke, of Johnson City. Is
visiting her sister, Mrs. 3. E. McOee,
on Vine street.
W 9 9
Miss Lallie Reall Keese will leave
Friday for Washington City, where
she has accepted a government posl
tion. '
- Don't fail to attend the
big ahoe aale of the entire
stock of the Kelao-Neal
Shoe Cor- They are almost
giving them away. Sale
starts today at 9 a.m. 704
Market Street.
Texas Lady Thus Describes
Condition She Was In Then
Tells How Cardui Re
lieved Her. v ?
The Country club was artistically
decorated with American flags at the
dinner given Sunday night for Gen.
Corgas. Jonquils adorned the tables.
and- the Ices were In red, white and
blue. Dr. and Mrs. J. McChesney Hogs
head and Capt. and Mrs. Orudeau en
tertained guests at private tables.
Members of the chamber of com
merce wore red badges and mingled
among the guests. Conspicuous among
them were Paul J. Kruesi, Emmett
Newton nnd John Lovell.
Mr. Chandler, the steward of the
club, had given his personal attention
to the menu, whicti was served In seven
courses. One hundred guests were
Dandruff causes a feverish irritation
of the scalp, the hair roots shrink,
loosen and then the hair comes out
fast. To stop falling hair at once and
rid the scalp of every particle of dan
druff, get a small bottle of Danderlne
at any drug store tor a lew cenia,
pour a little In your hand and rub well
Into the scalp. After several applica
tions all dandruff disappears and the
hair stops coming out.-(Adv.)
West, Texas Mrs. J. A. Hunter, of
this place, recently made the follow
ing statement: "I have known of Car
dui for years when a girl, my mother
gave it to me to stop pains . . . and
it certainly' did me a great deal of
After marriage I was In a run-down
state of health and nervous, not at all
like my usual self . . so much so
that I had to go to bed. I began tak
ing Cardui . . . soon I was strong,
able to do my wwrk, even my washing.
I have been well since ... I can
recommend Cardui and gladly do so
. '. . Whenever I over-work and feel
tired, draggy, worn-out, I take a few
doses of Cardui, It strengthens me,
gives me an appetite, seems to
strengthen my back, and I soon feel
like going to work again.
I think all women should keep and
use Cardui. It Is splendid."
If you are suffering from any of the
symptoms Mrs. Hunter mentions, try
Cardui, the woman's tonic.
'In use for over 40 years, Cardui has
helped thousands of women.
Cardui Is composed of mild, medici
nal, vegetable Ingredients, acknowl
edged by standard medical writers to
be of benefit in many-female disorders.
Get a bottle, today, at your , drug
gist's. (Adv.) r
Good! News
Mrs. John G. Clark, wife of Dr. Cark,
of Philadelphia, who will formally pre
sent Camp Warden McLean auditorium
for Mrs. McLean, was among Jhe ar
rivals at the Patten hotel SunoTlr night.
Bhe was met by Mrs. D.-B. Ffelffer,
wife of MnJ. Ffetffor, who la stationed
at the fort.
a a a
Col. and Mrs. Clarence 9. Steward
returned Sunday night from New York
Mrs. Kechler, of Louisville, Ky., re-
mains the guest of her daughter, Mrs
Albert H. liogers, on Klrby avenue.
Mr. an Mrs. Jack Ollphant, who
hnve been spending a time with the
Misses Goodrich on McCallle avenue
will return to Hiahlnnd Fnrk to be
with Mrs. W. S. Bcville for the sum
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Plsson have re
turned from a visit. to Nashville.
Mrs. John Oxner, formerly Miss Daisy
Neely. of Halifax. N. S., Is the gueat of
her mother, Mrs. M. V. Necly on Hous
ton street.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Carswell. of Mis
sionary rldge.have gone to New Tork
on a visit.
Mrs. F. Mae Godfrey Is the guest for
few days of Mrs. C. M. T. Sawyer In
Fort Payne, Ala.
Rev. and Mrs. R. A. 5m!th, of
Greenshurg. Ky., and Dr. nnd Mrs. J.
11 Eiell, of Spartanburg, S. C, have
We have arranged to handle all the Pianos In this ter
ritory that people have who want to dispose of them.
If interested, see us at once.
Templetnan Piano Co.
723 Market St
, Dose of Lung-Vita in Time
May Prevent Serious
No matter what the disease. It la bet
ter to prevent it ttmn cure it. Take a
cold, for instance. When you catch It
Immediately lowers your vitality.
nd you cannot resist the germs of
pneumonia or tuberculosis as readily
as when entirely well.
Prevent them altogether. Keep a
bottle of Lung-Vita on hand, and every
time you expose yourself, take a doee
two. It will prevent the eold and
keep our sum up to par. It is per
fectly hnrililo.
Clot a bottle tod.iy for your prctec-
ban lied by druggists and dealers.
I '
lafl B
BCa HI .
have no use for them.
Not that we
love food less,
but that we
love Liberty
At All Good Grocer.
Imported, Roasted. Blended, racked y

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