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THE CHATTANOOGA' NEWS
TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1918. HOW TO MAKE A REAL I WRINKLE REMOVER In these days of cleverly - advertised "beautiliers" and "reluvenators" it is hard for a woman fo believe she can make a simnle home remedy for the re moval of wrinkles which will do her much more good than, the average made preparation. There's nothing in the world so effective for erasing or pre venting wrinkles, age marks, bagginess of cheeks and chin as a simple and harmless solution made by dissolving atl ounce 'Of pure powdered saxoitte in half-pint of witch hasel. These ingre dlents of course can be had at any drug store. Use the mixture dally for a while as a refreshing wash lotion. The quick and satlstactory results wail surprise you, Even the first application produces very marked Improvement The wrinkles are less In evidence and the face has a firm, solid," comfortable feeling,! Soon you will look considerably Jess than your age. iaqv.j tfVf KINKE HAIR Colored people can keep their hair soft and straight by using Noah's Hair Dressing It is Superb It will preserve, beautify and re store the hair. Keep your hair in a smooth and glossy condition. Ele gantly perfumed end known throughout the world. Price 25c. If your dealer can't supply you send to us. Refuse substitutes Noah's is the favorite. Noah Products Corporatiqn Richmond, Virginia "TIZ" FOR TIRED AND SORE FEET Use "Tiz" for puffed-up, burn ing, aching, calloused feet and corns. s "H.pp,r H.pptI (fee HZ"1 W3 Why go limping around with aching, puffed-up feet feet so' tired, chafed, sore and swollen you can hardly get vour shoes on or off? Why don't you 'net a 26-cent box of "Tiz" from the drug store now and gladden your tor tured feet? "Tiz" makes your feet glow with comfort: takes down swellings and draws the soreness and misery right out of feet that chafe, smart and burn. "Tiz" Instantly stops pain in corns, callouses and bunions. "Tiz" Is glo rious for tired, aching, sore feet. No more shoe tightness no more foot torture. (Adv.) . , 0 73rd St. Broadway 74th St. New York City SUBWAY EXPRESS STATION Magnificent Fire-Proof Hotel, containing 1,400 rooms, situated in the very centra of town, con. venient to all shops and theatres. Rooms and Bath, $2 per day For two Persons,-$4 per day Special Rates to Southerners for Short or Long Terms. GEORGE W. SWEENEY MANAGING DIRECTOR Late of Lafayette Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.; Late Victoria Hotel N. Y. federal cases SET FOR TRIAL Docket Contains Much Impor tant Litigation, Including Vio lations of Pure Food Laws. TEE VOICE OF AMERICA threaten, makes fn ENGLAND AND TO FRANCE. V. V m na mat word our vpledf U XVU we jo you but hold the Une. with that Which is the soul's llama in a dark ened world, M And swiftly there shall be forthcoming The garnered strength of all our ac tion's life. . ' . . uw von our seeded acres shall M Our foreata yield their timber for new ships, . . Our 'mines contribute, and our fatf- nHi mrm. But first and foremost, you shall hava bur men. The flower of our nation shall en-twin In war'a red garland, with the flower of yours; And tears be stifled for the task at hand. , Unflinching hope hare we, and nrra- est taiin, That you wiU hold the line. ,TO OERMANT. Hear thou our word. We soeak no names, nor nor accuse. Ours is the passion that tprntv calm. We who hate war for all Its cruel unreason Are battling for what war must now defend. And so no, more of themes most sa cred to us, Lest they be cheapened, falling on deaf ears. But If waves of thine artillery, thy billows Of men overwhelm the British, French, It will avail thee not (Tes, for a while, but never in the end.) If Paris fall, and all the world lament The sacrilege of steel In beauty's shrine, s It will avail thee not. If to thy tread the English coast resound And shrapnel shriek among the tombs or poets 1 Amid Westminster's aisles It will avail thee not. (Tes, for a while, but never in the end.) For we will lend new strength to these, our friends. Our sword, late drawn, shall not be sheathed again While thine is held in domineering grasp. Fresh vision brings swift peace which all shall share, A generous world, fraternal. Saving this. We stand athwart thy path till youth turn's gray, And greybeards leap unto the trum pet's call. Ponder then, O Germany, our word, A nation's pledge of spirit, Voicing the will of five-score minion souls. a. 8. H in New Tork Evening Post. Equity, Ducktown Co. Tennessee Power Co. vs. Sulphur, Copper and Iron upi In re Dayton Coal and Iron Co. SOLOMON WAS A BIT GAY WITH CUSTOMERS Justice Caulking Assesses Fine and Bushtown Merchant Is Warned to Be More Careful. HAS A CURE FOR PELLAGRA Purrie Nicholas, Ijiiiret, Miss., writes: "Seems to me If I had not ob tained your remedy when I did I would not have lived much longer. l am glad you discovered this wonderful remedy that will Cure Pellagra. When I be gan takinsr Vaughn's Pellagra Remedy my weight whs 60-odd pounds; now it is 90-odd. I would like to have this published and sent to sufferers of Pel lagra." This Is published st her request. If you suffer from Pellagra or know of any one who suffers from Pellagra, it is your duty to consult the resourceful Vaughn, who has 1 light and con quered the dreaded tnulady right in the Pellagra licit of Alabama. The symptoms nands red like sun burn, skin peeling off. sore mouth, the lips, throat and tongue a flaming red with much mucus and choking: In digestion and nausea; el her dlar hoe a .r constipation. There is hope. If you have Pellagra you can be cured by Vaughn's Pellagra Remedy. Oct big free book on Pellagra. Address Amer ican Compounding Co.. Vox 2015. Jas per, Ala., remembering money is re funded In any cane where the remedy fails to cur. (Adv.) PIANOS Bargains in Used Easy Terms. Several Big Pianos. L. L. ALNUTT 111 East Seventh Street The United States district, court, southern division of the Eastern dis trict of Tennessee, will open here on Monday, April 22, and a Ions' docket faces Judge E. T. Sanford. Following the opening of court, Juries will be Impaneled and the judge will deliver his charge to the grand Jury. v A number of naturalisation v cases are scheduled to come up on Monday, April 29. . One of the cases docketed for trial on Wednesday, May 1, Is that of Eu gene H. Frazier, colored, vs. N. P. Bush et al. Frazier, it will be remembered, was confined in the county jail as a witness, but it was some time before he at last gained his liberty. He is suing for damages for his imprison ment, charging that he was unlawfuUy restrained of his liberty. There are docketed for trial on April 29 cases of the United States vs. 400 Cases of Canned Tie Peaches, United States vs. 655 Cases of Elberta Brand Pie Peaches, and United States vs. 275 Cases of Setter Brand Pie Peaches. The Dayton Coal and Iron company bankrupt case is set fr Monday, May 6. Then there are also set for this day the noted property damage oases against the Ducktown Sulphur, Copper and Iron company. The docket' in full Is as follows: Monday, April 22. " ' . United States vs. Squire Arp. United States' vs. Charley Uodde. . United States vs. Roy Henry. United States vs., Poley Burns. United States vs! Mrs. Lucy Skeats. United States vs. J. M. Allen. United States vs. Jim Pike. United States vs. Arthur Anderson. United States vs. Henry Smith. United States vs. 862.06 Acres of Land in Polk County, Tenn. This day further reserved for tne trial of cases to which the United States is a-party. Tuesday, April 23. Preliminary call of the civil docket. United States vs. George Groves. United states vs. A. H. Harris. United States vs. Jerry Jenkins. United States vs. Jerry Jenkins. United States vs. W. H. Bates. United States vs. George Groves. United States vs. F. J. Smith. United States vs. J. I. Gibbs. United States vs. S. Sanders. This day further reserved for the trial of cases to which the United States is a party. Wednesday, April 24. United States vs. Mrs. John Max well. United States vs. Batey Patton. United States vs. Jess White. United States vs. A. I Nafus. This day further reserved for the rial of cases to which the United States is a party. Thursday, April 25. United States vs. M. C. Raulston. United States vs. Malcolm Carl Fu- United States vs. Henry ana jnare Dodaon, . , , United States vs. E. F. Gould et ai. United States vs. W. W. Alley. This day further reserved for the trial of cases to which the United States Is a party. - Friday, April 28. This day reserved for the trial of cases to which the United States is a party. ' Saturday, April 27. This day reserved for the trial of cases to which the United States is a party. Monday, April 29. , Naturalization cases as follows: Sam Polishit'sky; continued. Vosgan Aaron Avakian: continued. Simon Frank; continued. William Nugent: continued. Gottfried Danliker. Wilfred Bishop. James McGinn. Joseph Solomon. Kdward H. Tulk-Hart. Samuol Casse.ll. Samuel Fredrick LaFarry, Scire facias cases as follows: United States vs. Roy Henry et al. United States vs. Alph Rich et al. United States vs. Foley Burns et al, United States vs. Nashville, Chatta nootra & St. Louis Ry. Co. United States vs. 400 Cases of Canned JMe Peaches. United States vs. 655 Cases of Elber tn. Brand Pie Peaches. United States vs. 275 Cases of 8etter Rrand IMe Peaches. v United States vs. Mountain City Mill Co. . United States vs. W. A. Thornton et al. United States vs. N. P. Shaw. This day further reserved for the trial of cases to which the United States is a party. Tuesday, April 30. This day reserved for the trial of cases to which the United States is a party. t Wednesday, May 1. At law, Standifer Kilgore vs. Scwa nee Fuel and Iron Co. At law, Luther and F.d Galloway vs. Ducktown Sulphur, Copper and Iron Co. , . At law. Eugene H. Frazier vs. 1: Bush et al. At law, Adolptms F. Graham vs. Tennessee Copper Co. At law, Jesse C. McGhee vs. Chatta nooga Railway and Light Co. Thursday, May 2. At lw. T D. Hnmby vs. Chatta nooga Railway and Light Co. At law, John Helton vs. Chattanooga Railway and Light Co. At law. Lenora Bucard vs. Kuclld Watterhouso et a). At law, Claude Smith vs. Ducktown Sulphur, Copper and Iron to. At law. C. k. Ledford vs. Ducktown Sulphur, Copper and Iron Co. Friday, May 3. At law. Ijiwrence D. Sles vi. The 'ullriuut Co. et al. At law. W. H. Durkee vs. J. F. WIN Ilk. At law, Benjamin H. Davis vs. County of Hamilton. At law. Ira Slsslon vs. southern Railway Co. At law. W. S. Dwlnnell vs. Kalph . tounds et al. At law. Annie Sue Morgan vs. Louis ille A- Nashville Railway Co. At Inw. Andrew Page vs. Southern Railway Co. Monday, May 6. Tiuitv. J. Harvey Ladew vs. duck town Sulphur. Copper and Iron Co. Equity. Nhtppen Bros. Lumber Co. j xs. inn-mown .uipnur, copper mai jnron C inQ ODCCII U telies M. Solomon, a merchant, who con ducts a store at the corner of Peach tree and Cleveland streets, in Bush- town, came very near being bound over to. the criminal court Monday after noon on the charge of improper con duct with some of the colored cus tomers of his store. However, Deputy Sheriff Charley Welgle, who made the arrest, told Squire Caulkins, before whom (he case was tried, that he had no Intention nor desire to prosecute noiomon vigorously, but wanted the kind of conduct he was carrying on stopped. Mr. Weigel said that he made the arrest at the request of the sheriff, who had received a number of complaints from colored citizens in Bushtown about Solomon. He said he went to the scene and learned the facts in ono or the cases as told by Effie. Rlohard- son, colored. The woman insisted on swearing out a warrant for Solomon and Mr. Welgel made the arrest. How ever, after hearing the facts and the statement of Mr. Welgel, Squire Caul- kins gave Solomon a small fine and costs, with the understanding that he go slow in the future. It is under stood that an investigation of the case win be taken up by the next grand jury. The Rrchardson woman claimed that she went Into Solomon's store to buy some tobacco and then went to her mother's. On the way back, she stated. she was met by Solomon, who, she said, threw his arm around her waist. She knocked him off and he then claimed he dtdn t mean anything. Solomon told the court that where he met the woman was an unusually dark place and the reason she thought he had tried to hug her was because he ran Into her before he saw her. Sev eral other witnesses testified that they had heard of several similar incident. navmg occurred between Solomon and colored women. One witness said he was with a girl when Solomon e-rahheri hold of her. Deputy Sheriff Wallace Sims, colored, who had nothing to do witn the case other than that he lives In that neighborhood, stated that i. I had had frequent complaints about the conouct or Holomon, and as he did not want to arrest him, he merely warned mm to stop such conduct before he be came Involved In serious trouble. There was much feeling shown against foiomon ny tne witnesses. is A NNOUNC EM E NT ")UR Government has requested that we put at the disposal of the War Department our entire output of the "makings" "BULL" DURHAM tobacco. And we have complied fully, gladly. Jor, whatever the Gov-' ernment wants, whatever it needs, it must have from us and from you fully and with a generous heart. We have been sending immense quantities of "Bull" to our men at the front, and at the same time trying to supply consumers at home. But now we are asked to' give all our output: 36,000,000 sacks, 2,000,000 lbs., 100 carloads of "BULL" DURHAM every month. This call means more than just huge figures to me and I know it . will mean more than figures to the hundreds of thousands of men every where in the country who "roll their own" and who look upon that little muslin sack of good old "Bull" as a personal, everyday necessity. ; It means that the Government has found that our fighting men need the "makings". But, if "Bull" is a necessity to you, here, in the peaceful pursuit of your daily life, how much greater its necessity to those splendid Americans who have gone to fight for you to win this war for you. I know that you will think of them as I do only of them. I know there will not be a single complaint. I know that you will give up your share of "Bull", however long you have enjoyed it, however close it is to you, as you will give up anything you have if it is made clear to you that out forces over there need it That the Government has requested the whole output of "Buir, the night and day output of all of our factories, must make this abso- ' lute need clear to you. And I know that you will not forget the little muslin sack gone for the present on its mission of hope and inspiration to our boys in the trenches. "Bull" will come back, with tibbons of honor. Have no fear.' President The American Tobacco Company NEW YORK The"Makins of a Nation i a gg.gp ffrQ 21 MILLS & LUPTON SUPPLY CO. The House of Super-Service Phones Main' 115. 608, 1475, 6966 We furnish supplies for all tlie Industries, Mills, M'tic. Railroad, Power Companies, Contractor, (Juarrirs, ' . Cotton Mills. DISTRIBUTORS REPUBLIC TIRES TODAY'S BEAUTY HINT J It Is not necessary to shampoo your hair so frequently if It Is entirely and properly cleansed ear-h time by the use of a reully good shampoo. The easiest to use and quickest drying shampoo that we can recommend to our readers Is one that brings out all the natural beauty of the hair and may be enjoyed at verjf little expense by dissolving a tenwpoonful of Canthrox, which can be obtained from any druggist. In a pup of hot water. This makes a full cup of shampoo liquid, enough so It is easy to apply It to all the hair Instead of Jut to the top of the head. This, when rubbed Into the scalp and onto every strand of hair, chemically dis solves all Impurities. It Is very sooth ing and cooling In its action, as well as beneficial to both scalp and hsir. After rinsing out the lather so created, you will find the scalp Is fresh, clean and free from dandruff, while the hair dries quickly and evenly, developing a bright luster and a soft fluffln that makes It see very heavy. (Adv.) Tonight! Take Dodson's Liver Tone! Better Than Calomel For Liver Calomel sickens! If bilious, constipated and head achy read my guarantee. Home Protection Dr. J. E. Strecker Iron Co. Kquity, George TVsNxly Wctmorev. Pucktown Sulphur. Copper and Iron Co. E'lulty. Teniiesaee Toner Co. vs. Tennessee Copper Co. Venous Treatments Skin, Cancer, Tumors Vnrht BnHdlof I CkatUnnc. .v. t W. sUi bt. al Mark Int. Listen to met Tske no more sicken ing, salivating calomel when bilious or constipated. Don't lose a day's work! Calomel Is mercury or quicksilver which -auses necrosis of the bones. Calomel, when It comes Into contact wtth sour bile, crashes Into It, breaking It up. This Is when you feel that aw. ful jauaea ar.d cramping. If you are sluggish and "all knocked out," If yo-jr liver Is torpid and bowels constipated or you have headache, dlsslnesa. coated tongue. If breath Is bud or stomach sur )ut take a spoonful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone. Here's my guarantee Oo to any drug store nd get a bottle or l son's Liver Toi;e for a few cents. Tuke a snoonf'il tomrht, and If it dornn'l straighten you right up aod maJtt you J fid fine and vigorous by morning, ) wsnt you to g lutrk tn the store ans get your money. I Ninon's Liver Tope is di-stroylr.g the sln of calomel be taure It Is rsl liver medicine: en tirely vfgrtuble. therefore It cannot salivate or make oi kk. I guarantee that one spoonful of Dodson's l-Jvet tunc will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels if that kour bile and .onlU pated waste which Is clogging your ynurn and making you fl nilm able. I guarantee that a bottle of Dodson's IJver Tone will Sm-d your entire Urn llv reeling fine fr months. ile It to our children. It l hsrmlr.s: d"n't grlt-e and they lle Its .lr.nt ta.te. I or Mir .y Jo AnilMauil, and all lead lag dtaleri. (.VJv.Jt Sbo14 the ntny attack sir ibsrea. la will tut snr fertlflcatlons ready far the IitssIso ant a warm welcome awaiting hits. Whether Tlstery re alU from the cannon's saoatk spends m the net behind the jtjbs. It mlf takes ft knockdown blew to flnlsh n an vltb shaky serves, with headache sr backschs. bllleus with kidneys nr tlvsr Jm Mired. Hiroe kss said, that "feat Is rken stlim, and rheumatism is geut." If iris seld Is formed In excess with In he bear It Is passed sn te the kidneys, which net as n Biter te eft this selsen. If Us eiesa is net sicretsd f the kidneys. It Is distributed inrsagh Us tissues. The thelee sites far sack iterate sre In the joints, mus- loheatha. where the clrenlatlen Is wettest, sad whirs nlie tko alkalinity f the bleed Is leweet ConaoanenUy we uit do everything te throw off this uric arid oelB. sod b1h! BlUtdn bent, flush Ul kill. til by drlnkUf IUI flasoon ot vmUf t twoen nasals. A lat of 1st vnttr half ksnr keforo meoJn. Take An nils (dooblo stroBftl) Omo times a day for avbllo. 4srtanlo sad assist Us kidneys to task oat tko Ha acid nelsons. DmrUf sold or rainy woaUer Ue clrcalnUos U and to bo sroctlah and Ua blood stream rotar o4. If arte said In present ft In not to clef the oatUlaiiea. Tnla noconnta for many acute conditions, rocs so bead ache, neuralgia, gastrta dUtarbanoss, and duU mtad. Aa Ua condition pro gresses, wo often have lombafo. dis ease ot Uo heart and nrteiiea, break, ill dawn of Ua ktdnrya. rbenaiaUiaa and gouty sjmptema. Eat less moat, drink mora water, sad take An-nrle (double strength) alter meals and nt bed time for aeveral weeks nt n time, and you will bo free from nils add and Ua dUeaoea that follow. Anarls la a recent actentlne ilttsft; by Dr. Fierce. Chief of Staff at tko la aliai' Hotel and Surrleal laiUrtto. te Buffalo, N. T. 8d lbe to ktm for a trial lactam ! ? few 1 v.