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THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. 1918.
(
Miners
Need
Strength
because the hard work gradually
weakens even a strong man unlets
his system is nourished with the
pnre food-tonic, Scott't Emuttion,
which keeps the blood rich, builds
healthy flesh, and firm muscles.
Scoff's Emalnon strengthens
the lungs; overcomes colds
and bronchitis, rheumatism or
miners' asthma.
14-56 A Told Alcoholic SnlwrttirtM.
B,a.M'.'l.'lH.IW.IJHSW
NO LIMITED SERVICE
MEN TO GO MARCH 29
Thirteen Men Named by City
Board No. 1 Board No. 2
Does Big Business.
IT'S A TERRIBLE ORDEAL, THIS GETTING " EVERYBODY INVITED
LEGGINGS ON FOR THE FIRST TIME I JO OLD FOLKS' MEETING
r
CALL
MAIN
.3089
LOOKOUT ROCFIIIG
I COMPANY
SHEET METAL AND
FURNACE WORK
OF ALL KINDS.
331 WEST NINTH ST.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
A. T. Nolan - W. L. Karran
Ford Trades
Used Ford cars, thor
oughly overhauled.
See us quick.
CitizensAutoCo.
Cor. Sixth and Broad
Phone M. 1779
Thirteen young men will be sent
from city division No. 1 to Camp Oor
don, Atlanta, do., March 29. Seven
alternates were also named, but these
will not be sent, unless some of the
first called fail to pass the examina
tion. The thirteen ore:
J. B. Hyde. Harry Winer.
F. J. Henry. W. E. Oraves.
A. O. Cobb. (. B. Sherrlll.
V. 8. Weaver. J C. Myers.
B. R. Reynolds. W. V. Moore.
H. Tj. Schwartz. W. J. Arnette.
J. G. Hag-en. .
Alternates.
T. W. Davenport. K. C. Head.
K. O. Neel. F. A. Hull.
O. K. Tlivlas. Earl B. Poe.
II. S. Elliott.
City division board No. 2 has more
class A-l men, has Inducted more
men into the sei Ice and will furnish
a larger quota than any other board
In the county. This board has In,
ducted fifty-two men and will furnish
fifteen white men and fifty negroes
March 29. This board has the largest
number of registrants of any of the
four boards In the county. The offl-
clals were visibly disappointed when
they were Informed that no credits
would be given for men inducted.
Those from city division board No.
t whose names appear for service on
March 29 will be re-examined by Dr.
.1. B. McOhee, examining physician
for that board. Dr. McOhee said be
wanted to be sure that the men sent
to Camp Oordon were physically
qualified and that, since he had gone
over the exact requirements with the
nrmy surgeons, he would partially ex
Hmlne the men In the next call. Men
Included in this Increment must be
men qualified for general service.
THE TROUBLE
about the ocean is that there Is no
scenery. Tou will have no trouble if
you Just continually Whittle. (Adv.)
LOYALTY OF COLORED
PEOPLE DEMONSTRATED
"And not a dern thing fits!"
"What d'ye know about these pants?"
-hay, it would take a provost guard
to put me tn these here leggins.",
"I guess I'll look like a soldier when
It gets dark."
Rookies of Company O, quarantine
camp, received their uniforms Tues'
day morning. With favorable wind
and weather they hope to be in them
by Friday or Saturday. Trousers and
leggins are the greatest stumbling
blocks. The boys are not accustomed
to laced-up trousers. They seem too
tight, too long, too short. And as for
leggins. th average rookie spends
bad half lour with his leggins before
ne geis inem on.
All over the detention camp Tuesday
morning a listener could hear through
the tent walls rough language, ad
dressed to new clothing. Uncle Sam
Issued to each of his nephews a big
blue bag containing two shirts, two
pairs of shoes, trousers, an overcoat,
overalls, underwear and socks.
It requires a newly enlisted man
about two weeks to get over being unl
form shy. When the boys got on
their new clothes, they stayed in their
tents trying to get used to themselves.
When they were at Inst called forth
for mess, they came forth grinning
and embarrassed.
Army shoes come In for particular
anathema. They are invariably too
large. A rooklo who had been a dry
goods clerk mashed down about three
Inches of unoccupied toe room. "It's
Just like moving Into unfurnished
apartments.", he complained pathet
ically. After his first ten-mile hike,
whefi his feet swell up, he won't have
so much bunker capacity.
Td add to their discomfiture. Just at
this time the boys all have sore arms
typhoid and smallpox vaccinations.
Every day the rookies line up before
the Infirmary awaiting their "shots."
About J or 4 per cent, of 'them faint
while waiting in line. The sight of
the needle continually Jabbing Into the
soft arms gets 'em.
Nobody Is "guyed" for fainting. In
fact, the whole company is lined up
right on the fringe of the fainting
point. They are very matter-of-fact
about their fainting. A man's face
gets very white. He sits down, then
he lies down, looking gray as a corpse.
Nobody makes a move to help him.
He doesn't need help. He'll be all
right in five or ten minutes In time
to walk up and take his "shot."
Rev. Luther Bridgerg Preaches
Sermon on "Improving
Your Opportunities."
Another large congregation heard
Rev. Luther B. Bridgers, the southern
evangelist who Is conducting a series
or . revival services at Centenary
cnurcn; i uesaay ntgnt.
In his prayer the evangelist prayed
for the success of the third liberty
Dona campaign. He said: "Oh, Lord.
help us to pray and pay. Let's serve
and sympathize." He prayed for the
safe arrival of American soldiers now
On the seas, nnd nrnveH tUat thav
Odd to say, the ''shot" itself Is not might be given divine guidance on the
,.. i me vKiivna irruuitii- Oftttleneld. and finally win a. s- nriniiH
victory jor uoa and liberty.
ine preliminary services were
featured by a duct by Mr. Bridgers
anci Mr. woisiarer, musical director.
The preacher took ca his subject for
tne sermon "improving Your Oppor
tunities," and used" the story of the
Samaritan woman and Jesus at the
well "And be must needs go through
Samaria." He said that in this iour-
at all
ance Is merely the psychological reac
tion of American nerves. Once they
get ' their "shot" the rookies stand
swinging their arms vigorously In or
der to keep them from being sore.
Whether exercise keeps vaccination
from making an arm sore Is a mooted
question, but the .soldiers believe it.
The sight of a long line of men doing
the "vaccination drill" is a crazy-
looking spectacle. One smallppx vac
cination Is sufficient, but typhus serum I ney through Samaria. Jesus was dl
requires inree snots, xiirsu mcivineiy directed. There was a woman
given at week Intervals. in that country who needed Jesus and
And after It Is all over: after the hence His loiirnev I Him tn w w
uniform gets over its newness and I .m , . .....
creakiness; after the leggins get so fivpP vvtrv man .!:.,
they will lace up between reveille and ! V7ZAn" ?,
mess can; after tne trousers no longer Kt0 v, ..,,," "-""-
tight and 'the shoes big and ,JH,; ."Z. V.V !. I . ' I
feel
squeaky why, your hoy, madam, Is a
rookie no longer, he s a soldier.
OPENING AND CLOSING
RULES ARE RESCINDED
Food Administrator Does Not
Find the Late Order Satis
factory or Practicable.
.T W. Abel. -fTsmlllon county's iooa
administrator, has rescinded his order of
a few weeks ago regulating the opening
nnrl elnslnir hours of grocery stores. He
ffivoa p his reasons for rescinding the
! order the varied conditions existing in
the city and suburbs. He will leave tne
Man Maotlnir TiiAorlnr !vn. Sunday opening question to the people
O J I ,K. mnr.Oi.l
JESUS CHRIST LAW OF GOD
FOR SPIRITUAL WORLD
Dr. Claude E. Hill Preaches
Sermon on Text "Ecept
Man Be Born Anew."
in? Addressed by Mayor
Littleton.
CREDIT
' Ours i different thnn the old
way. Conio In: let us explain
our system, and show you our
new Spring merchandise.
OUR
TERMS
$1 ft, week
on punims
ea of tl'VUO
or lets; llb
crnl terms
on lniKcr
purchnscs.
OUR
GUAR.
ANTEE
Kvery Ciar
nirnt Guar
anteed t o
tilvo Perfect
.Satisfaction.
904 MARKET STREET
"The House of Truth."
SELF DEFENSE
3EFCAT BACKACHE AND KIDNEY
J. TROUBLE WITH ANURIC.
Mny people In thin scrtlnn, else
where, have suffered from rheumatism
snd kidney troulile ami have found
Aourie to be, theimxt successful remedy
to overcome Uium painful end danger
ous ailments.
The lucky people sre those who have
Funeren, mil. who are now well hersuMft
. iney needed jsaturoH naming Ma ml in
time to correct tbnlr trouble with thst
wonderful new discovery of Dr. lieree'g
called An-u-rle. You chould promptly
need these warning, omn of which are
niziy spells, backache. Irregularity of th
urine or the painful twinge of rheums
tlira. sciatica or I urn ha r To delay ma?
make possible the dsmicrnr. form of
kidney dlsen, such at diabetes or Hons
In the bladder.
To overcome thevi dltrlng condi
tions you should take plenty of eerca
In the open air, avoid a heavy meat diet
drink freely of water snd st each meal
,talce Dr. Pierce s Anurlc Tablets idoubls
Strength ). You will, In a chert time, find
that you are one of the Arm Indonwrs ol
Anurlc, as are mauy ol your neighbors.
Ton can obtain trial package of
A nunc by sanding 10 cent" tn Ir V. M.
Pierce, Invalids' Ilotel, Huffaln, X. Y.
. WHTTAM, N. O. "I suffered from
backache, frequent,
scant urine, rhen
, natio rains and s
frr j-jz ewun wuu ray
The colored citizens of th west side
held s, mafameetlng Friday evening at I
o'clock, tinder th auspices of the Peo
ple's Betterment snd Improvement club,
at th Second Baptist church, of which
Tlv. II. K. Kennedy Is pastor.
The Main Street public school wss rep
resented by the teachers, who spoke
words of encouragement, led by Miss
Edna C. Lapsley, the principal.
Mayor Littleton was present and ad
dressed the meeting. When he arose loud
applause greeted him. Major Littleton
said he hud great faith In the colored
soldier, and) believed ha would always be
willing to do his duty. If hs had his
will he would himself be in the army,
Itey. js. D. Rhsmborguer followed
Mayor Littleton In words that created
deep Impressions on the minds of thoaar
present, urging them to bs loyal to the
call of the United States army, and to
carry "Old Glory" In the conflict for a
world peace In which the colored people
mil on a. part.
A COLD MAKES
YOU A NUISANCE
Why Not Break It as Soon as It
Appears With Lung-Vita?
Milsnnce Is a strong word. Yet It
comes nenrer dcscrming the nerson
with a cold than any other. You ave
cross, irritable anil disagreeable gen
rrally, while HiilTerlna Willi cold.
Your efficiency Is lowered and you are
a menace to those with whom you
come m contact. Kor a cold Is conta
glous.
Yuu iohj' avoid this condition, how
rvrr. ji tne tirnt sign or a eouirn or
enecr.e. titke n dose or so of I.unp
Vitn. Your mid will he nipped rlKht
nt the Mnrt. Or, If your cold has fullv
leveloped. It will give nulck relief.
Just a dose or two will ninkdtmi good-
natured again, and you ran wutlo into
your work with a vim.
Try this linrnilrss compound of
harks, tniis nnd oils. It is rood for
on or any member of the family. Pay
our druggist or dealer a visit now.
Ic has
and will be glad to tell you about It.
(Adv.)
r
TVxt'y 1 harl and swelling
fci Wr.s of feet snd ankle.
irlre'iZg1 lr"ed of Doctcr
llVrffW Pc's Anuric and
vyfv t DSed mr1" rcl1-
-Uter ge snd then ordered
a faU-size package. This relieved me
sod I gained considerably ; it alao re
lieved tne ol headache from which I suf
fered very much. I think Anuric line
for the kidnev when they are weak oi
fiMtUti.". Mk?. tfARiU A...6HS1E15.
Persons suffering from over
Mialnrd eyrsight are encroaih
iK upon the border line of
ni fet ,
You cannot tx the detlcste
perrs and muffle machinery of
the fr. without paing the
penalty In pooirr M.ion and a
li-ened chance (f rrsmniiiK
normal eyosight.
hatcr your r.rft Slf.i
t'l'It eye : rvlcp Is sde.,uate to
supply you Willi slassr-a that will
protri t your rycf-lcht ami cic
oii t!ic ulinol sntisf.H tmn.
Harris & Hogsbead
13 E. 8th St. Phon C7i
and the merchants, as It Is a stste law.
The administrator has Issued the fol
lowing order regarding the rescinding of
the regulations:
In view of the vsrled conditions in
different sections of our city ana tne
cosmopolitan population it is practically
Impossible and unfair to adopt regulated
hours for food stores.
Inasmuch ss in some sections foods
srs needed from the store for an early
breakfsat, it Is necessary for some to
open as esrly as 6 o'clock: others could
pen without Inconvenience to anyone
Tipm 7 to 8. Many stores find It con
venient snd even desirable to close at
6; others see greatly hampered by even
the 7 o'clock and the 10:30 hours. The
change of time soon to be sdopted, added
to the above, shows the futility of fixed
hours.
"Sunday selling Is prohibited by state
law and Is a matter for personal prose
cution by every law-nbidlng citizen of
Chattanooga, who must assume this re
sponsibility. J. W. ABKL.
County Food Administrator."
METAL WORKERS WANTED
FOR WORK IN NAVY YARDS
B. H. demons, a Government
Agrent, in the City Seeking
Skilled Workmen.
B. If. demons, field secretary of the
southern district. United States civil
service, wss ill the city Tuesday. Mr.
Clemons states that skilled metal work
ers for employment. In the navy yards
are being sought, but he finds them hsrd
to And. He, Is seeking especially layer-
out bollermakers, riveters, molders, pat
ternmakers, coremakers and allied I
tradesmen for Jobs paying $4 a day snd
more, out Is haniilcappea hy the fact
that he cannot accept men already em
ployed In shops having government con
tracts, which most good shops already
have, lis has given out a aumber of
applications, he snys. Mr. Clemons Is
slaying st the Head house, hut his head
quarters are at the poatofflce.
PURE MILK FOR BABIES
IN CRITTENTON HOME
At the meeting Tuesday night the
Men's Cluh of Centenary Church, on
motion of U. Krcd Thomas, a commit
tee was named to buy a cow for the
Florence t'rlttenton League of Mercv,
which has established its new home in
St. Klmo.
This will give the league two cows.
the other one already having been
donated hy Mrs. W. K. Ylnkle. These
ows were given In response to an ap
peal made by Mrs. J. O. Brown, presi
dent, nnd she la delighted with the
answers to her appeals, and expressed
conlldi-nce that others would he pre
sented before the homo opened April 1.
The association expects to he In
heir new home In St. Klmo April 1,
and with their stock of flowers, chick
ens, cows, pias. tar, Ion. etc. the Place
will provide much toward the feeding
of the Inmates was the comment of
one cf the members.
There arc eighteen babies st the
home, so the cows are especially
needed and appreciated hy the management.
The First Christian church was well
filled last night with an interested audi
ence In attendance on the Hlll-Hohgatt
meeting now In progress. The congrega
tions are attracted to the Church by the
splendid singing of a large chorus choir
conducted by Prof. Hohgatt, ns wl"l as
by Dr. Hill's preaching. A thirty-minute
song service precedes the sermon. Prof.
Hohgatt has assembled and trained one
of the best chorus choirs ever heard In
this city. The music is Inspiring. The
sermon wss based on Jesus' word , to
Nloodcmus: "Except a man be born
anew, he cannot see the kingdom of
clod." This text, said the preacher,
sweeps away all argument In favor of
universal salvation. Salvation Is uni
versal only In, the sense that Jesua Christ
Is universally accepted snd obeyed. Jesus
Christ Is the law of Ood for the spiritual
world. We are saved as we conform to
Him Just ss we are ' saved physlcslly
when we conform to natural laws. All
of us enter this life bx the gstewsy of
birth. We enter the spiritual life by
the gsteway of spiritual birth. Why
does Christ call conversion a birth? Why
does he use this figure to set out this
experience? It mesns the entrance of a
new man Into a new world. There is
no going back over the road no living
life over again. You cannot become a
rhlld again In years or stature, but,
thank Ood, you can begin over again In
llfo and character. The blood of Christ
washes away sin. It Is the only way.
The way to the cross is the way to a
fresh atsrt. Many a man has said, ,"If
I could Just have another chance." All
men may have another chance and a
chance with a mighty Helper to help you.
fording them the opportunity to accoDt
Jiim or reject iilm. In meetings like
these Jesua comes to some on the
roadside, to others He comes in the
homes and in places of business or In
secret places when none but God sees
and hears. The whole destiny of life
depends on the decision made when He
does come and offer you this great
opportunity.
"If." said the speaker, "the Holy
wpint speaks to you. let me plead with I
you not to reject Him. The warning
may not come again."
The preacher made an earnest an-
peal and, In answer to this, a number
went forward for prayers.
Old Folks Services.
' The services for old folks Thursday
morning is going to be the outstand
ing feature of this series, and plans
are being made by the church for a
large attendance. This service is to
be held Thursday morning between 11
and 12 o'clock. Regardless of church
afnliations, everyone is Invited to at
tend. Tho sermon will be on the sub
ject of "Old Days," and the songs will
be those old-time revival hymns which
were so much enjoyed by the older
people in their younger days at the
little old church which they attended
with their fathers and mothers way
out, msyhe, tn' the countryside.
Mr. Bridgers and his uingcr, E. L.
Wolslager, were guests of honor at
the Centenary Men's cluh Tuesday
night and both sang songs and Mr.
Uridgcrs made an interesting talk. .
Mr. Bridgers preached again at 11
o'clock Wednesday morning and will
preach again Wednesday night.
MURDER CHARGES AGAINST
ISRAEL WEINBERG DISMISSED
Believed to Have Been Connected
With Prepared iss Day Ex
plosion in 1916.
San Francisco, 'trch 20. Three
charges of murder against Israel
Weinberg, a Jitney bus driver, which
grew out of the preparedness day
Doinn explosion in 131 fi, were dismissed
by Superior Judge Franklin Griffith
upon motion of Edward Cunha, as
sistant distrlct-attori.. Cunha asked
It seem, a new worlda world as big as anrt the diHrnl8saT8 followed.
.ne universe or uoa. uo you live in a Two B)rntIar charges against Wein-
n mm 7 i. 1 "pr(f werfi "'"missed by Superior
. . 7 J l""u" ycr- junge U. M. caoanlsa, a month ago on
feet? I do. It's a world not shut In by motion of Louis Ferrari, also an as
tho grave; not surrounded by death. The Distant district-attorney, who said he
i iirBB oi inn worm is provincialism, could not meet the court s demands
There are men In this city who think and I that tho cases go to trial at that time.
live only in the terms of materialism. Weinberg was "cqultted n one of
mere is a great world for you a world three murder charge j in superior
court. Jmrther action upon his case
In that court Is not to come v until
April 22.
SAFE AND DELIGHTFUL
of spirit, a world of the' beautiful and
good if only you will enter it. You are
horn Into this world by the law of Christ.
Ihe spiritual -world is orderly like the
natural world. J low does a flower grow? sir ill ln AT nilfllirl
It grows by the law of God and the help NrW KINII l r I.AI I MM
of man. God gives the seed, men plant ML II IWHU Ul UMLUIIILL
and cultivate. We are born of spirit;
that Is God's part. We are born of obe
dience water signifies that and that Is
man's part. Ttlrth does not mean the
genesis of life. It means the assertion
of life the entrance of lira upon a new
experience, a new environment. There Is
no truth In baptismal regeneration. There
Is great significance In obedience to
Christ and that is what baptism Is,
obedience, the symbol and sign of a res
urrected, a charmed, a raised-up life."
Tonight Dr. Hill will preach on "Money
and Marriage." Tho service begins st
7:45 snd closes st :10.
Report Production of
Cotton From 1917 Crop
Washington. March 20. Colton
product Inn from lust season's crop
was 11.2X5.99. equivalent 500-pound
bales, exclusive of Ilnters, the cen
sus liiirenii today announced In Its
tinnl report of Hie season's srin
nings. I.inters produced to March
1 amounted to S29.019 equtvulent
I00-pound bales.
The new kind of calomel, known as
Calotabs, retains all of the good me
dicinal virtues of the old stylo calomel,
yet la entirely purified from all of the
nauseating, disagreeable and danger
ous qualities. You can, therefore, cat
what you p'eose and go where you
please, with no loss of time from your
work.
One Calotah nt bedtime, with a swal
low of water that's all. Next morn
ing you awake feeling fine, your liver
cleansed, your system purified and
with a hearty appetite for breakfast.
Calotabs aro sold only In original,
sealed packnges, price .15 cents. Your
druggist recommends them and will
refund your money if jbu are not de
lighted. (Adv.)
Cuiicura Soap
Is Ideal
For the Hands
SINGLE WAYBILL TO
ACCOMPANY STATEMENT
Washington. March 20. Simplifica
tion of the railroad freight accounting
Is Involved in an order issued by Director-General
McAdoo establishing
universal interline billing, which will
eliminate much of the billing hereto
lore done by each carrier on a ship
ment passing through its hands. Now
IF KIDNYYS ACT
BAD TAKE SALTS
Says Backache is sign you have
been eating too much
meat.
When you wake up with backache
and dull misery In the kidney region it
a slnglo bill will accompany the ship- generally means you have been eating
ASA
Printing
Company
PRINTING OF ALL KINDS.
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gDMONDSO?
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Jhorlhsnd. Tvpewrltlrg. r!vkVii!iis.
Hanking, reninnm-hip. Cull Siri,-,.
and nil eonuurrcm! tuflmiir. IM.
tiilital :iim ruction. I'.W and M;iir
C W. KI'MONIV-ON, U.n.M.Aoot.
I'cot
Slh F"oor Volunteer ?tate 1Jf TV.Ic
menl to its destination, regardless of
ointance or the number of roads trnv-
er.HPd, nnd the movement will bo rx-
pedltcd to some extent.
I "This is r reform which has long
'been under discussion by curriers."
! said a railroad administration state.
i ment. "but which could not be rstab.
lished under Independent control."
nothor railroad traffic reformation
which the director-general expects to
: t on Is the more uniform application
of liasvinVnllon rules, descriptions sn.l
wrishts for the entire country. A com
niittee of rate experts Is at work cm
I 'In subject, and after It reports, pub-
j In- hearings w ill be held by the Inter-
M.i to commerce commission before
final regulations sre put Into effect.
How to Avoid Stomach Troubles.
Diisllon begins In the mouth. Food
M'.iuM be thoroughly masticated. Your
f.wl should be suited to your . ge and
occupation. People of sedentary hnh
i should eat little meat, but should
Inek an abundance of water, ehpe
ii'ly when they first get up In the
ni.irning and between tuoaN. When
''i foci dull snd stupid afier e.ifinc.
lilt shows that you have e;itcn too
mu.-h. The bowels should be kept
''Tiilar. When needed lake a dse of
ivsmberlain's T.th!rt. Thev will im-
v.ive your digestion ai.d move the
luis. lAdv-i
too much meat, says a well-known au
thority. Meat forms uiic cald, which
overworks the kidneys in their effort
to filter it from the blood, and they
become sort of paralyzed and loggy.
W hen your kidneys get sluggish nnd
clog you must relieve them, like you
relieve your bowels; removing all the
body's urinous waste, else you have
backache, sick headache, dizxy spells:
your stomach sours, tongue is coated,
and when the westher is lad you have
rheumatic twinges. The urine Is
cloudy, lull of sediment, channels
often get sore, water scalds snd you
are obliged to seek relief two or three
times dining 1he night.
F.tther consult a good, reliable phy
sician at once or get from your pharm
acist about four ounces of .lad alts: I
take a tablespoonlul In a glass of wa
ter before breakfast for a few day
snd your kidnevs will then act fine.
This famous salts la made from the
acid of grapes snd Irnton Juice, com
bined with lithu. snd has been nscd
for gcnerstlons to clean snd stimulate
sluggish kidneys, also to rcntraliie
acids In the mine m It io loncer Ir
ritates, thus ending bladder weakness.
.lad S.ilts is a lile-s.ivi for regular
meat eaters. It Is Inexpensive, can
not Iniure sod makes a delightful, ef
fervescent lithia-water dunk. t.d.
A UTOMOBILE DIRECORTY
rn.'ND ACCESSORIES.
. 40 SAVED ON TIRES
Portage, Republic, Kokomo, Goodrich and Diamond.
AUTOMOBILE TIRE CO.
520 MARKET ST. PHONE MAIN 6723.
Accessories and Tires.
Everything for the car, and lots of things for the owner..
HARDWICK-BUICK CO.
524-526 MARKET ST. PHONE MAIN 2100.
REO and GRANT
The Two Beauties.
WeJI-known for their superior and lasting qualities.
. WALLACE BUGGY CO.
912 MARKET ST. PHONE MAIN 382.
THE ONE "BEST" TEST
Of the quality work you obtain from your vulcanizer IS the amount
you save by spending money for tire repairs. Most of our trade
cornea from satisfied customers who recommend us to their friends.
If your friends have neglected to tell you about us, let us show you
how to cut tire expense, as they do.
DUNN & THOMPSON
VULCANIZING WORKS
116 WEST SEVENTH ST. MAIN 474
MoforGrs
OVERLAND
CHATTANOOGA CO.
10-12 West Sixth St.
Phone Main 2772.
Our tire service is a service of prevention. In other words, we
aim to get your tire troubles before they get you.
We would like to have you drive up to our place once, a week If
possible, let us test your tires for proper Inflation see that your
wheels are in alignment and examine your tires for tread cuts, fabric
breaks and stone bruises. We'll be glad, any time, to give you sound
pointers on tire care.
This kind of attention wilt steer you clear 'of tire annoyance, and
will mean a saving of money to you. ,
And we feel you'll be another booster for us.
ROY H. NELMS VULCANIZING WORKS
Expert Cord Tire Repairing
116 W. 7th St. and 210 S. 4th St., Gadsden, Ala. MAIN 474
TRUCKS-SELDEN is ALL TRUCK
"in-built quality."
W. E. HENSLEY, Distributor.
1221-23 MARKET ST. MAIN 6860.
Used cars sold on commission or bought if quoted at a bargain.
BATTERY SERVICE CO.
334 MARKET STREET MAIN 3021
The Only Authorized
Willard Battery Service Station
Packard and Hudson Motor Cars.
Packard and Sandow Motor Trucks.
BILL JONES AUTOMOBILE CO.
"A Good Auto Dealer."
324-26 MARKET ST. MAIN 2264-2687.
New 8 now ready
for delivery.
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Product ef brains,
money and experience.
Cash-Melton
Hardware Co.
38 East 11th St.
Phone Main 1147
MILLER TIRES The w!,e man don t h,va 10 b hown
Geared to the road.
SEE ME FIRST."
AUTOMOBILE SUPPLY COMPANY.
609 BROAD ST. PHONE MAIN 482.
Racine extra-tested Casings and Tubes.
Chattanooga Rubber Tire Works
629 Broad St.
"Free Service."
Main 2231
CADILLAC-PAIGE-OAKLAND
Each in a class to itself. Where do yeu find a better selection?
CHATTANOOGA AUTO CO.
617-619 BROAD ST. MAIN 1918.
FARRAR & MORROW
Insurance That Insures
Look over jour Policies. When do llicy expire? Get
our rates before renewing.
No. 12 East Eleventh Street. Main 3009
816 CHESTNUT ST. MAIN 3963.

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