MARC ' 12, 1918.
THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS
FOR 8ALBJ laU model Ford oar.
Phone Hemlock 180. -'
FOR SALE At bargain If taken at once.
1917 Ford touring car; also 1914 Ford
touring car, four Overland cars, Ove
passenger. All In good condition. See
us if you are thinking of buying, or
call Hemlock 1039 or 229. Hemlock
Garage. - z5-nw
WINDSHIELD GLASS Largest stock !n
the city at lowest prices; machinery
for grinding and polishing the edges;
we make them fit; give us a call. In-
- dependent Glass Co.. tl-31 Market
souare. Main 5703. 25-tf
WE SELL THE VESTA
It la Different and Better.
We repair, rebuild, recharge and rent.
We gladly test and All your battery with
distilled water whenever you call.
Phone M. 4. Chestnut at Wet Eighth.
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
ALL FULLY EQUIPPED
One seven-passenger Pope-Hartford.
One seven-passenger Studebaker Six.
One five-passenger Studebaker Four.
One nve-passenger Baby Grand Chevrolet-
, . .
One two-passenger Dodge roadster.
Two Redden truck attachments new.
IS East Eleventh St. Phone Main 1147.
FOR SALE) Studebaker six-cylinder
seven-passenger auto; or will exchange
for Ford runabout or any llKht car to
use In my business. Ed Marler, 927
Market street. Phone Main 1600. 25-22
Cleveland, Tenn. Sundays run out and
rot nod dnn-?r. Newly fitted up.
H. Lee; Browr, manager. 26,-a-13 I
80x3 Non-skid $10.60
80x3Vi Non-skid $12.70
Other sizes in proportion.
Miller, Goodrich, Fisk, Portage
Ami several other leading muxes. .
High-Grade "Seconds" For Cash Only.,
J. B. SHINN. Manager. I
1115 Market St. Phone Main . 1
ONE 1917 Hupmoblle, five passenger: one ?
flve-pajsenger Cadillac, one 1917 Stude- cA r-CMrM UTAMTCrt
baker roadster, one seven-passenger IjE.01V1E.W WAIN 1 tLLt
Auto Sale. Co. 17 Carter street. Main jffrf
ZU6g- ffjf ilne-100-page monthly; chuck full In.
FOR SALE One six-cylinder roadster. it" i!!? Lk" ft JT11-
Thls car Is good looking and speedy. Mp-toSriSto "lunk" 'Si!
Can be seen at the Hamilton Motor mtrm tntt,Aim XV"
rr r-n rhontntit ntrrn mfttr k misrepresented and frauds: the agent's
iiL?" tnestnut street, arter champion; yearly $2. Send 26o for
cloclc- three months' trial subscription read
FOR SALE Several trucks; good eondl- fSSt ZLX'Ja"
turn: will sell cheap Chattanooga ility SaHnan "tuESE? Caxforl
Transfer and Storage Co. 25-22 building. Chicago.
FOR RENT Rooms
- FOB BALE Bicycles, Tires and Sun.
FOR RENT Front bedroom 7 terms rea- plies. I have got the largest
sonable. Main 6S18. 636 Vine street. -Jf stock to select from, also the
3"23 ftjt? 'arKeBt ".toclt of repair parts to
' 4Tvf W be found anywhere In Chat.
FOR RENT Furnished room; lady pre- " tanooga. This, together with
ferred. 1$ Read avenue. Mala 1717. .,ny nineteen years' experience
3-23 in the Bicycle Business, makes me best
. prepared to take care of your Bicycle
ROOM and board. 21( McCallle. 3-27 requirements.
ID MARLER. 9ZT Market .
FOR RENT Nicely furnished front L
room: all conveniences; close in. Ap- mmamm-L
ply 215 Vine street. 8-8 iBBSBKKMm
FOR RENT Two nice furnished rooms jfl Alwayi Costf 10 LeM I
for light housekeeping, close In, Main Q
3871. 3-22 H nere
FOR RENT To lady or couple, one Q TT!1 sf sT k W N
nicely-furnished front room on Eaat H m V I I I H
Seventeenth near Jefferson; very rea- D JUMXkU
sonable. Address Room, care News. I . H
3-26 D $23.00 Kitchen M Q 1
by day. week or month; positively
clean management; your patronage so
licited. Majestic hotel, 713 Cherry
POULTRY AND EGGS
FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock eggs,
$1.26 a setting. Call Hemlock 1382.
"Group Your Debts"
If yod are In debt and your Income
Is not large enough to pay you out,
let the Gammon System Bank lend
you the amount you need. The loan
will coat you 6 per cent, discount and
you pay it back at the rate of $2.00
each week on the $100.00. This plan
fits your salary.
Citizens Savings &
(Dewey Street Side.)
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
l I 1W
OH. I WOHOBR
tfliX TOUKSblU CAttNU TIN CANS.
- erase tact and pU iron, then drink
delictous Panpepsla at ail fountains and
feel bully. Jo Anderson, .druggist. 14-tl
WE BUY and pav highest
spot cash prices tor second
hand furniture and stoves.
Dicks Furniture Co., 429
Market St Main 2933.
WANTED Repairing or sewing ma
chines by Spencer, the expert Xll East
Seventh street. Mala 4114. 14-tf
WANTED To see yon If yea nave a
piano to dispose or. Terapieman nnno
Co- 723 Market street. 14-tf
WANTED To teach private French Ian
mare. Address P. O. Box 113. city.
WANTED If you want
piano see Templemaa'a,
to sell your
WANTED A good white middle-aged
man for night janitor; reference. Ad
dress "C" care News. 14-26
FOR SALE Fine seed po
tatoes, Colorado Rurals
and Minnesota Peerless.
T. S. Hunter & Co., 200
Carter St. 20-25
FOR SALE Genuine Maine Cobbler seed
potatoes; price much lower; also tur
nips for cow feed, JOc per bushel. C.
E. Card Produce Co. J0-2B
CABBAGE PLANTS Now shipping a
million a week. Early Jerseys, Char
leston Wakefield. Succession and Flat
Dutch. By express. 1,000 at $2; 6,000
and over at $1.60. Parcel post paid,
600 for $1.80. 1.000 for $2.60. Potato and
tomato plants ready April 1. E. E.
Parker Plant Co., Tlfton. Ga, 20-a-l
PLANTS Frost-proof cabbage plants, all
varieties; l.uuo, $Z; 10,000, $1.76; 20.000
and over, $1.60. Genuine Nancy Hall
ana rorto Kico potato sprouts, $3 per
inousana; iu.uuu and over, $2.50. All va
rieties tomato, egg and pepper plants.
Write for prices and special assort
ment of plants for small gardens. En
terprlse Co., Inc., Sumter, S. C. 20-tf
SWEET POTATO SLIPS $1.60 per 1.000:
s.O(K) or more, $1.40. Varieties, Nancy
xiwi. r-orio ico, iiunrn rams ana Tri
umph. T. 8. Brogdon, Box 622, Bir
mingham, Ala. 20-Apr-l
All popular varieties. W. H. Lessly ft
Co., corner Cowart and West Thir
teenth streets. Chattanooga. 6-7-f
. 530 Market St.
Phone Main 5356
Commercial Printing Co.
H. N. Walker, Proprietor
Wa Deliver When We Promise
Phone Main 3350
Eighth end Cherry, Ferger Bldg.
We Can Furnish This
HELP vVAN TED Mala
WANTED White shoe re
pairer, first-class and fast
on all work, including turn
soles; no other need apply;
guarantee steady job, $24
per week. Wire or write D.
B. James Shoe Hospital,
Jackson, Tenn. 7-23
HELP WANTED An experienced auto
machinist. L. Cagle St Son. Plkevllle.
HELP WANTED Colored man and wife
In house on Signal mountain; house on
place. Telephone Merriam. Main 829 or
Ridge 4, 7-22
HELP WANTED Stove mounter; must
be a first-class mechanic Mascot Stove
and Manufacturing Co. 7-22
HELP WANTED Good barber.
D. D. Watson, Lytle, Ga.
HELP WANTED Boarders. We csn use
two or three experienced men on chil
dren's hose; metal forms. Price from
$1.80 on Size 6 to $2.30 en Site 4,
black; bleach goods, 20 cents higher on
each else. Transportation furnished
from Roan villa to mills and return each
day by truck. Clyde Cookaton, Tennes
see Textile Mill. Alton Park. Tenn.
Main 336. T-m-27
HELP WANTED A soda
Bass, Fifth and Market.
HELP WANTED Flrst-claaa experl-
encea trucK ariver; must furnish refer
ence. Walsh & Wcidner Boiler Co.
HELP WANTED Shoe salesmen and
salesladies. Apply between i and 6:30
Friday evening, 704 Market street, to
I. W. Seale. T-m-22
WANTED Fifty laborers.
Payday every Saturday.
Chic kamauga Fertilizer
Works, East Chattanooga.
HELP WANTED Six hustling boys that
want to marks money, to sell papers at
wrap all day. See A. V. Walker, care
Builders' Exchange, Thursday, Friday
or Saturday, between 10 and 11 o'clock.
Motor Truck Salesman.
Must possess selling ability of a high
order, and have, experience with the
trade of Chattanooga and vicinity. Un
usually liberal proposition to the right
man. See Mr. Newton.
HARD WICK BUICK
HELP WANTED noy over 16 years of
age: one who Is not afraid of work
n'lu warns to learn good trad. Anniv
viiwroom, me news.
WANTED - Experienced
COAL MINERS (high
wage scale). We also have
some fine openings where
Contractors can make good
money. Call on or tele
phone RTODLE COAL
COMPANY, 619 Hamilton
Bank Bldg. 7-tf
machinists and lathe hands.
Steady employment guar
anteed good men; good pay;
eight-hour day. Apply nt
works, Lucey Manufactur
ing Corporation, 19th and
Grove streets or 'phone
Main 785. 7-tf
FOR RENT Automobiles
FOR HIRIS Seven-passenger osr, driven
by ndy; catering especially to ladles
desiring to make trips to and from
the post. Phone Main 63G6. 4-m-22
Attractive cottage on paved street,
convenient to cars, school, etc. '
Now vacant and Immediate pos
session can be had. Very easy
terms no mortgage to assume
Six-room house with electric lights
and sanitary plumbing, on beau
tiful large lot on the rar line. A
comfortable summer and winter
home. Offered on very reason
able terms 12,500
Klght acres close In on first-class
road, with fine orchard and nice
new bungalow l,D00
M'BRYDE & ANNIS
Hamilton Bank Bldg.
Garden tools that will
make your gar
entng a real pleasure.
Also all kinds of
wit to protect it.
Stovall Hardware Company.
104 Market street. Phone Maui 6700.
Screen doors, windows and screen wire
lust received. Buy early and save
worry. We have a very large assort
ment. Stovall Hardware Company.
0 Market street. Phone Mala (700.
Corn stick cakepana and muffin rings
will make meal better thau flour and our
government's requlrenerais easy. See us.
Stovall Hardware Company.
0f Market street. Phone Main 1700.
Fifty cents saves plumbing bills. Just
phone Main (700 and we will send can
of ideal Home Plumber to unstop your
Stovall Hardware Company.
t(H Market street. Phone Maln(7M.
FOR SALE Several slightly-used planet
for $160, $176 and $210. on essy terms.
Templemaa Piano Co., 723 Market
rOR SALE Vose baby grand piano,
$360; cost $900 only two yesre ago. Ad
dress, Vose, 30 East Sixth. Must sell
at once. Main (440. 4-22
FOR .SALE The latest records for your
pnonograpn, or rous tor your player
piano, are at Temphsman's. 72S ilsrket
SALE Ground bone for
Mans , (1 Broad street.
FOR PALE April records for your phon-
ok it. i) n ro now on saie at Temple
man s. Tit Market street. S-23
FOR SALE A beautiful Persian Angora
brown tabby cat; perfect pet; owner
leaving ciiy. Main 3ibi or Main 670,
FOR SALE New, clean stock of gro
ceries; goon location and eatabllithed
trade; fine chance for young man with
row n linn red dollars cash. Cause for
jelling, peor health of owner. Address
n.. 1 xv Aiaraei street. (.j
VK AUBsnghtly-used player-piano
5r".twlT1 ro11' mBlc: mahogany case;
$275. Will arrange terms to suit your
, . . r'P'einsn llano Co
i.j nnraet sireei. (-23
,8AH?-f Tr.1 er''l Harbison
W"1.ker JLrst 9"",tfy eecondhand flre
brlck. These brick removed from fur
naoe stoves. Chattanooga Iron and
Coal corporation. j.j
FOR SALE Brlnkerhoff ni.v.f.ni...
only slightly used, for $.176; will arrange
Templeman Piano Co.. 723
FOR SALE Kitchen
Callie. Main (119.
SALE Standard make ,.1.
V?: f8.R. ,"l,h- Lanaford, 20 E.'at
Sixth, Main 8440. f,.
sell, tune, rent, move or re.
new. ror anything shout
pianos call R. H
Lanaford, No. 10 Km at
Sixth. Main (440
-Hogs. 3513 AvenueTl,
FOR RAIjF Trio bmif,, white Cochin
,.,5r& Mar'h" rir,;
FOR RENT House,
VvV AtAi.'.A 1
ni-.ni r.iEm-room rumae on
avenue ln Highland fark.
1'rlce $ Ml.
v-an itiflin l)l.
FOR SALE Beautiful 7
room house, on nice, level
lot, in best restricted resi
dential section of Chatta
nooga. Owner drafted and
will sell for the balance he
owes. Call M. f.rw. 2-22
STOPI LOOK I
The American Restaurant
Clean, Quick Servioe
BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHi
Chicken Cream l'ot Oreen Teas
Coffee, Tea or Milk
Home Southern cooking. Como
nnd see for yourself. Approved
by U. S. health authorities,-
HENRY T. PHIFER, Prep.
1447 Market St.
FOR SALE You want to come to the bijr auction sale Saturday, March 23, 10 g.m.
A big lot of furniture that wa stored in the Chattanooga Transfer Co., consisting of one
early English buffet and serving table, one oak china cabinet, one porch set, one Early
English chiffonier, one ten-piece dining room suite, art square, dressers, iron beds, bras
beds, one pair twin bras bed, one fine kitchen cabinet, chair, rockers, two tea wagon,
one antique four-poster bed, folding bed, sanitary couch, lace curtains, dishes and shades;
also tewing machines, several refrigerator and thoutand of other useful article. All
goe to the higheit bidder Saturday, March 23. Sale start promptly at 10 a.m. Posi
tively nothing sold until sale tart.
Chattanooga Bargain E-Souse
If. B. Davis, Auctioneer.
TOM TOOK NO CIIANCZS.
r "g v Ijj
HELP WANTED female)
HELP WANTED Colored girls wanted,
til Carter street. U
HELP WANTED Colored woman be
tween 26 and 40 years of age to nurse
a child SVi years old. Call Main 3262.
HELP WANTED A young; lady for gen
eral office work. Apply at 104 Market
UEIJ WANTED An experienced alter
ation -lady, for Saturday work onlv.
Apply at 904 Market street. 8-22
HELP WANTED Three or four experi
enced half-hose knitters: good price
paid. Truck running dally to and from
Kossvllle; only ten minutes' ride. Ten
nrxsee Textile Mill. Alton Park. Tenn.
Main 331. (-ro-37
HELP WANTED An experienced lady
stenographer., Call at (13 Templo
Court Uldg. .J2
HELP WANTED Girls to make rWk
wear; good pay while learning. Win- '
gers-McUehee CO, seventh floor News i
Uldg. t-ii I
HELP WANTED Settled woman for
general housework and nursing. I'hona
HELP WANTED Good cook, with ref.
erencea. Signal mountain. Ridge
I'hona 4. gii
HELP WANTED Rsperienced knitters;
stses and half-hose; cn use a few
learners; day par while learning. An.
P'y to Chattanooga Knitting Mills, East
v;nauanooga. Tenn. s-u
WANTED U rla and women to work at
Model laundry. Good pay and ateady
MONEY TO LOAN
TO IX AN On Improved real
in city limits. W. B. Swanev.
FOR RENT Miicellaneoui
6U itENT-Luni'li stand at SmnTTs
puice, 601 Knnt Ninth street. 4-23
U C. SMITH HKO.,
7th St. Main 6s.
typewntera, It tB.
"JUST A MINUTE, PLEASE"
tiring or mall your
Ut the beat mushing house in the city.
NOVELTY PHOTO CO.
10 East Eleventh Street. Chattanooga.
POE TRANSFER CO.
' MAIN 1381 Oil HKMUK'K INK2.
Wo pack or crme any thing In the fur
niture line, siiltnlile for transporlatlon or
stomge any plre. Our prices are right;
our work giinrnntecd. What mora can
you sk? tilve us a cluuice to prove our
TWENTT U)AHM rlndara given away,
('nil at ItusHrll Iiounk. or phone Mnln
WHAT A CU8TOMr 8AY8I
Montxngle, Tenn.. l-'ch. IS. 10U.
929 Market St.
Prnr Sirs 1 received my pictures.
Think tliy are line. Nover liml hi'ltnr
work done In my life. Thanking you for
your good work and piotnptness, I re
main, retpectfully, Mis. 11. J, Custer.
CIVIL WAlt veterans and widows, vol.
itntrrts and regulars; war with Xpaln,
I'lilllpplna Islands mid China. Allow,
nnces (or wives, children, mothers and
others. Dependents In present world
war for democracy, file sppllnatlnns al
once; ni attorneys fees. 117 (leorgls
avenue. Mnln 12. If
We bnve enlarged our slnrk
of Furniture rouslilniubly 'within
tho In nt ten days, and now Imvn
iinythlnr that ' to furnish a
homo completely nnd up-to-dale.
our i r I s are i inrant to
le most economical, with terms
Come In snd see this new Una
before ou buv elsewhere.
1227-29 Msrket St. Main 6821
New Victories Won in an Old
' Way Public Must Be
(By Wlilutra T. Kills.)
"AtlUtel AslUte! Agitate!" Thl
hoa aver been a watchword of 'tem
perance workers. We must keep the
saloon tsatia alivo. With unremitting
seal wo are to arouse the publlo to an
appreciation of the evil of liquor sell
lug. Only thus can a general sentl
ment bo created against the Vila bust
noss. Thou, when the happy day
conies wherein tha majority opinion is
opposed to the saloon, wa shall sea tha
end of this blight on our Christian
Wa ought to have pronounced sentl
ments on the saloon Issue because tha
nnloon is a pronounced evil. Half
hearted sentiment is not enough. Wa
should feel strongly against tha sin of
liquor soiling ana our feelings should
lo known. The saloon would not have
so ensy a time If It were known that
the best people of the community were
lis outspoken encmlos.
Every mouth closed against strong
drink helps closo the nnloon. fersonal
abstinence la tha first step toward a
solution of the liquor problem.
When tha liquor dnalers, big: and
little, ara made to fool disreputable
mora disreputable, even, than tha
drunkard one long step will have been
taken toward tho overthrow of the sa
loon. e e
Patriotism as well as religion should
Impel us to oppose tho saloon, for It Is
the great debuueher tt polttioa and
legislation. Next to corporate greed,
and akin to It, the saloon Is, perhaps,
the greatest existing menace to our
national welfare. As we love the
purity of our nation, and as wa cherish
Its sacred ltlcala, wo should contend
against this power which threatens ua
Tha truly self-mastered Ufa ts tha
Ohrlnt-mnslerci! life. That Is the story,
written In letters of gold In the annuls
of the renrue mlasluns end the
churches. "When the Keeley cure falls,
try tho Calvary euro," snlil a mission
worker to a crowd of down-and-outs.
That advice has been tested and found
Brood. In the MoAiiley mission, down
In Water street, New York, may be
found sons of wen Hit whom money
could not save, college men, wnom ed
ucation could not save, once successful
men whom strong; wills could not save,
but who Joyfully confess that they
have been redeemed njr tha power 0
the I.011I Jesus Christ.
Unlf-resti-slned, strength gained.
'Weakness of the
will always work a
The "reins of tho body must he riven
tnlo Christ's hand sra lie ran fully
reign over the soul.
Only they are masters among; men
and acceptable followers of the great
Master who have til at mastered them
None but tha self -res! rained and
temperate, person can know true riches,
The sanred record runs that "the
drunkard and the glutton shall coma
to poverty" tha poverty Hint means i
starved soul, sn empty lire. All the
enriches his existence oil earth slip
from man's possession through the
floodgates of Intemperance.
Pelf-control In trifles trains In self,
control In crises. There Is such a
thing ss the habit of mastery. When
! wa accustom ourselves to deny the
i body In lesner matters we are surely
i storing up power for victory In sonie
' great temptation. On the other hand.
It la IniMiss h e to Vleld to all me im
pulses of self In things that seem of
ilfJT-Two imIIioh'I (Irkds. Kinder re
turn to S 1 3 Walnut. Itewerd M
rim SALE Heal Estate
FMiTTSXnTrVery cliVup. iweiiTy ir"YorTy
fret from. 1 1 or, wiiltMine street. I want
htilld on adlo ulni lot. John H. Ie.
1J2H. I II
East Ninth Street
small Importance, and then ona Car
suddenly rise to conquest when a
great et rtigte Is on. We are prepar
ing; today for tomorrow victory r
SEVEN SENTENCE SERMONS.
The treat man la ha who does not
lose hi ? chtld'a heart Coafucloa.
If thou art master, be some times
blind; If a servant, sometlmea eaf.
Nor knowest thou what argument
Thy life to thy neighbor's creed has
They who know not how to act
agreeably, though they have learned
many things, are still Ignorant CuraU
tarry for the Bight,
but Joy cometh
In tha mornings ra,
xxx : 5.
We toll as comrade In tha nlfht,
" As laborers In the sun:
Grant us the shining of Thy light
Until the task be done.
Allen Eastman Cross,
Not svery man according" ts his
mood and fancy, according; to other
people's giving- or other people's abll-
i Ki. f T.vw msn AMVirdlna tA his
Children's Coughs and Colds.
For many years Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been a favorite,
with mothers tor their children. That
It has well merited the esteem la
which it Is held Is shown by tha fol
lowing extract from a letter to the ,
manufacturers by Mrs. T. H. Still,
Charleston, III.: "Last winter our lit
tle boy, two years of sge, hsd a sever
cold that settled on his lungs and wa
were greatly worried over nla condi
tion. He had a very persistent cough
that hung onto hi in, despite all the
treatment we gave him until I got
htm a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. This preparation relieved
him almost Immediately and two bot
tles of it cured him." (Adv.)
SOUGHT JAPAN'S AID
Tokio Understand! U. S. Will
Not Oppose Intervention. ,
(By a Japanese Correspondent la Nw
Ran FYanelsco, March :. The Brit.
Ish and French ambassadors st Toklo,
as representatives of the entente al
lies, have formally requested Japan to
take all measure essential for the
protection of allied Interests In Hlberift.
.. m nih . ,nrph rpnm TnRin in a
Japanese newspaper her.
At the sains time, tha flispatnn eon
Unites, the American ambnssador, Ro
land t. Morris, formally declared the
United Ptatea did not oppose the dis
patch of a Japanese expedition Into
Owing to the critical condition of the
Siberian situation the emperor ha re
turned to Toklo from the Hayama pal
ace, prince Tamagata, Marquis Mat
siigata, Halonjl, Ok urn a and other elder
statesmen have all been received by
his majesty, rremlor Teranchl and
the rest of the cabinet minister, as
well as the leaders of both the army
and navy, have also been granted au
Parliamentary Wrangt Follows Re
pert en atetutery Exempting
wines and Ms it kiquers.
Albany. N. T, March tl Prohibi
tion continued a tha principal Issue
before tha senate, tiy a vote of ST to
12, the taxation committee's resolution
for statewide prohibition by constitu
tional amendment was sdopted after a
brief delate. In addition, the taiatlon
committee reported In amended form
a measure Introduced earlier In the
session designed to provide for statu
tory prohibition sieept In the case of
light wines and malt liquors contain
ing less than I per cent of alcohol.
Tha submission of the taiatlon coin-
mlltee's report on statutory prohibi
tion, with wine and malt Manors ex
empted, caused a parliamentary wran
gle, and eventually It was consigned to
the, general orders eslendar.
ACTIVITY OP AERIAL FORCE
ON MACEDONIAN FRONT
Allied Planee Drop Bomb an Stations
at Anaists and Perna Hostile
Maehine hot Dewn.
Tendon, Wednesday, March 19
There has been great activity by the ,
aerial forcea operating on the Mace
donian front, according to an official
report from Kalonlkl. The report says:
'Our airplanes dropped bombs on
the stations at Anglat and Poma.
Near the latter place a train waa at
tacked by machine gue fire from alow
altitude. The engine driver waa seen -to
Jump off and the train was derailed.
Huhsequrntly It was bombed.
"Another alrplnne directed maenine
run fire from an ailltuae or too rei
agntust a Iiufgartaa company billeted
n Herra. A hostile machine waicn
was shot down feu into Lake IXMran.
Quick Relief From Colds.
T have found Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to give the quickest relief
from hsrd rnlds snd bsd cough of
anything I have osed," state Mr. T,
Bowman, Decatur, 111. (Adv.
.THE MOST ti
DRINKIN THE WORLD
ATALL GROCERY STORES.
CAFES AND STANDS.
5 A BOTTLE.
. MOST POPULAR
3-4-Ton $ 935
1- Ton $1,410
2- Ton $2,115
Michel! Auto Co.
Seventh and Broad Street
Phon- Mala 1452
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