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THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS
Buyers and Sellers Meet Through News Classified Ads If You Have Anything: to Sell, a News Cflassiffied Ad Willi Find a BuW
II
FOB 1ALB
7oHAU A bicycle, motorbik"tyu";
good new nm; almost new; a bar
III. 2116 Houth Greenwood avenue,
near Cator atreet. (-1
FOR HA 1.1. Peaches, 11 per buahal.
Coma to iha orchard and save tha dif
ference. J. F, llrnnett, Fort Ogle
thorpe. Jmjulre direction Chambers'
alorc. . 4-J
FOR HALE Carload fruit Jars. Jari nib
bara, Jar tops, Iruli ranners, aolder and
calming auppllea. fall Main 142. or
vlalt our store,. Ill Market atreel. Oil
man Hardware Co. 5-JI-S1
FOR HA I.!-; A wicker baby buggy. 801
Anderson v. i. . 5.3
PIANOS
Wa buy, aell, tune, rent, mova or re
OnUli Ilka new. For anything about
planoa call It, E. Umsford, No. 20 East
Sixth. Main 440. &-J1-16
FOR HALE A fine young full-blooded
yellow Jeraey cow, freah; 191 for quick
ale. Addreaa C. C. Bryan, Chicks -niauia,
Go, l-m-M
FOR SALE If you want hardware, har
neaa, plumbing good, ittovea, tinware,
dishes, gun, c i lery, fanning Impn -menla
or anythl lg tn th hnrdware
In, come to ho bu ttora at all Mar
ket atreet. Crlsman Hardware Co.
Phon 1342. .. 11-31
FOR SALE We have the
cheapest and best lines of
up - to - date Refrigerators
and lee Boxes in the city.
Also Stoves, Ranges and
Oil Stoves. New and second-hand;
cash or terms.
Close Furniture Co., 434
Market street.
I t-Jl-6
FOR SALE Fishing tackle that's fit for
flahlng; alao rlflea, cartridges seines
and many other flung to make vaca
tion pleaaanl. If not far to Criaman
Hardware Co., 611 Market atreet.
Phorte 3342. 6-JI-31
USED PIANO BARGAINS
THIS WEEK
Chiekering $ 90
Howard , 175
Starr 190
Chiekering, good con
dition 225
Bradley 220
Elgin 250
Organs $10 to $115
CABLE PIANO CO.
904 Georgia Ave.
Just Out of High-Rent Dis
. trict
B-j-31
FOR SALE A few second-mortgage
notes, well secured, drawing per
cent.: will give 20 per cent. off. W. D.
Sutton. 6-J1-1
FOR SALE Our red and green compo
altlon roofing will increase the value of
your home. Visit ua If you expect to
cover anything, H is not far to Cria
man Hardware Co. Look for tha big
knife. 511 Market street. Phone S3 1?.
8-J1-31
FOR SALE $1,775 first-mortgage notes
at 120 per month. 6 per cent.; will dis
count 20 per cent. W. D. Sutton.
BIG SALE I
Closing out refrigerators.
Cash only .while they last
E. Mennen Furniture Co.,
1227-1229 Market street.
Main 5621. 5J16
S-Jl-6
CHURNGOLD
BUTTERINE
35c POUND
TRY OUR 25c
COFFEE
mm
P Company
Real Live Grocers
600 W. 9th St.
Phones Main
251-571-689-1531
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
TWO DOfcbABS?
VMM TtW'3 AM
OUTRAGEOUS PRICS"
I WOMY pas it
HXLP WAITED Male
WANTED - Experienced
COAL MINERS - (high
wage scale). We also have
some fine openings where
experienced, persevering
Contractors can make good
money. Call on or tele
phone RIDDLE COAL
COMPANY, 619 Hamilton
Bank Bldg. 7-tf
HELP WANTED Night man to operate
twelva-ton tc plant: good salary ami
good working conditions. Summarvlllc
Cotton Oil company. Suramervllle, Ua.
T-J-ll
HELP WANTED Tan laborera at rho
Msndaid Oil Company of Louisiana.
Eaat Main and Belt railroad; also boys
to clean bricks by contract. Ask
for DvFrank. T-Jl-6
MEN WANTED to learn the
molding trade. Excellent
wages while learning. Vesta
1 Gas Range & Mrg. Co.
7-:
HELP WANTED Registered pharma
cist, at once; reasonable hours; good
pay. Address Gilbert Brldgman Drug
Co., Rossvllle, Ua. 7-1
HELP WANTED Men over 1 yaara of
age to work ut candy factory. Apply
Brock Candy factory, 1111 Chestnut
atreet. 7-2
HELP WANTED Colored foundry labur
cra and helpers. Prlcj-Evans Foundry
company, v-l
WESTERN UNION MES
SENGER SERVICE
Uniformed messengers available day
and night. All kinds of nteaaenger er
rand service performed; rates satisfac
tory, for boys, call Western Union.
7-J1-11
HELP WANTED White
boilennakers' helpers to
loarn trade. Highest wages
paid in Chattanooga for
willing and industrious
men. Important Govern
ment work. Apply Casey
Hedgea Co. 7-mwf
WANTED High-grade
machinists and lathe hands.
Steady employment guar
anteed good men; good pay;
eight-hour day. Apply at
works, Lucey Manufactur
ing Corporation, 19th and
Grove streets or 'phone
Main 785. 7-tf
SALESMEN WAITED
DO roti want clean, high-class money-
making selling propositions? Tou will
ttnd them in SDeclultv Salesman Maga
zne 100-page monthly: chuck full
Inspirational selling talka by best wrlt-
era; every issue course in salesman-
Mllo: v coiousiv exposes jun sellers.
misrepresented and frauds; the agent'i
champion: yearly iz. sseno zdc ror
three months' trial subscription read
current Issue: If not satisfied. 25c re
funded. (Sold on new standi.) Spe
cialty Salesman Magazine. Caxton
building. Chicago. 10-tf
FOR' SALE! Bicycles, Tires and Sup
plies. , l have got the largest
t stock to aelect from, alao the
Jfm. 'arrest stock of repair parts
CW'-rfyV to be found anywhere la Chat-
- yfl tanooga. Thla. together with
my nineteen years' experience
in ne Bicycle Business, makes me beat
prepared to take care Of your Bicycle
requirements.
ED MARLCR, 927 Market St.
SITUATION WANTED
SITUATION WANTED As clerk, drug
or grocery; a neat window dresser and
stock keeper, also a good mixer and
polite to nil customers: no draft, age
32: references. Aaoresa u, . Hanaro,
407 West Eighth street. Chattanooga,
Tenn. 11-13
MONEY TO LOAN
sKTneSt TO LOAN On Improved real
estate In city limits. W. B. Swaney,
BOB James Bldg. 2ll.f.M,
No. 16583.
State of Tennessee Chancery Court of
Hamilton County.
Lookout Planing Mills
vs.
C. H. Brown et al.
It appearing from allegations In com.
plalnani's amended bill, which Is sworn
to, that I. F. Brown Is a nonresident of
the state of Tenne.iaee, so tnat the ordi
nary process of law cannot be served
upon him, .- ,
It Is ordered that publication be
made for four successive weeks In
The Chattanooga News, a newspaper
published In Hamilton county, notifying
said nonresident to appear at the next
August rules of said court, to be held
at the courthouse In Chattanooga on the
first Monday In August next, the same
being a rule day of said court, and make
defense to said amended bill, or the same
will be 1 1 ken for confessed and the cause
set for hearing ex parte as to him.
This 8th day of June, 1918.
SAM ERWIN, C. and M.
By P. E. McMillon, D. C. and M.
I L.. r J rsat nLiuiA II AMD Ht. SAWS 1-,. I ..swf-iaisai JffSJ rTLM
WAKTlP
WANTED Wlmysecond
hand furniture. Call Main
926.
MH
WANTED To buy three
second-hand hot-blast heat-
Call H 2223 or 11 2250.
ers.
M-a-26
WANTED Bring in your
wheat; will pay food admin-
istratksji price in cash; you
can invest the money in war
savings stamps; they draw
interest. Sheiton .Mills
14-1
WANTED Organa, cheap for cash. Main
4114. 14-Jl-i
WANTED Sealed bids will be received
at the office of the department of pub
lic utilities, grounds and building.
Koom 25. city hall, until 12 o'clock
noon July 6, 1911. for furnishing all
materlala and labor. Including plumb
ing, heating and electrical work, for
the erect Inn and completion of the sol
dier's club and auditorium to bo reel
ed on the corner of A and Tenth
streets. Plans and specifications can
ba obtained from the office of C. E.
n. -nnii n and Clarence E. Jones, ar
chitects. All bide must come addressed
to tha commissioner of public utilities,
grounds and buildings, and must be ac
companied by certified check of 6 per
cent, of the amount bid. made payable
to the order of E. D. Herron. commis
sioner. Didder must state when work
can be completed. The right la re
served to accept or reject any and all
bids. E. D. Herron. commissioner pub
He utilities, grounds and buildings.
Ttoom 25, city hall. 14-6
WANTED Man and wife to go on farm
close to Chuttanooga, on car line W.
D. Sutton. 14-Jl-l
HELP WANTED Christian, motherly
lady to look after two children, 1 and
1 year old. B. B., care News. 14-jl-l
WANTED Go-cart wheels and tires put
on while you wait. The Bike Shop. Ill
West Sixth. Main 6416. 14-J1-.11
WANTED By a aeamtress plain sew
ing by the day. 211 Toplar street. 14-!
WANTED Man with some money to go
Into the hog business. I have the
place. W. D. Sutton. 14-Jl-l
FILL. TOURSELP EATINQ TIN CANS,
brass tacka and pig Iron, then drlrtk
oeiicious i-anpepsm at ail fountalna and
feel bully. Jo Anderson, druggist. 14-tf
AUTOMOBILES
WINDSHIELD OLASS Largest stock In
.w m lor.rn pneesi macninery
(or grinding and polishing the edgea;
we make them fit: give us a call. In
dependent Qlaea Co., 11-13 Market
aouare. Main 6703. 26 -tf
FOR SALE.
TMitrlbuton of O n e flve-pasaenger
l aniline.
One one-ton truck.
One two-ton truck.
One nvc-passcngcr
nuaon.
rhone Main 236. One l ord sedan.
Phone Main 2056.
All In good running condition and with
good tires.
F. G. JOYCE AUTO SALES CO.
IT Carter Street. 25-3
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS.
Wear out your old tires by
using Interlocks. Will pre
vent blowouts, rim-cuts and
many punctures, and cost
no more than inner tubes.
Wallace Buggy Co.
35-jl-2
FOR SALES One Packard two-passenger
roadster, one Hudson to-Psssenger
roadster 1917 model, one Ave -passenger
Pathfinder, ono four-passenger Chubby
Road Chandler. J. H. Alday Motor
Sales Co., 529 Broad atreet. Phone
Main 3117. 23-2
NOTICE Double your
tire mileage by having
your old tires retreaded;
vulcanized, not sewed or
cemented. Guaranteed 5,
000 miles. Expert section
and tube vulcanizing. Tri
State Tire Works, 406 Mar
ket. Phone Main 977.
25-11-31
ATTENTION, Ford Owners.
Our stock of repair parts is
complete and our prices the
same as Ford's. Give us a
trial. Wallace Buggv Co.
25-J1-29
FOR SALE Flve-pnssenger Overland;
looks like new; must he sold this week;
low price. Also 1914 Ford In good run
ning shape; good tires. Will sell cheap
If taken at once. Hemlock Auto Repair
Co.. Hemlock 2294 or 1039. 25-jl-5
PLANTS
FOR SALE Farm, at lilg sacrifice. This
is a real bargain: sixty acres, and close
to car line. Address Farm Owner, care
News. 24-JI-2I
FOR RENT Rooms
FOR RENT On alag Boor, to busleesa
men, good, clean rooms; plenty bot
water, natha included; 1 and W.M
single. & double. Call and be con
vinced, slajeallo hotel. Ill Cherry
street l-Jl-J
FOR RENT By the week or month,
nice clean room at 4) and 14 a week;
not batii Included; eacellent service.
Majesllo hotel, 71 Chvry atreet. I-JI-S
Foil RENT Nleely-fiiniished rooms with
meals. 416 Lindsay 81. Main 1176. 3-JI-ll
JFOU RENT Nicely furnished loom, clone
tn. 216 Vine. S-Jl-1
FOR RENT Two unfurnished moms;
couple only. 41 Lookout street, -a-26
FOR It BNT Beautiful
home in Hiverview com
pletely furnished. Oppo
site Golf and Count rv dub.
Call Mrs. Bennett, M. 1046.
1-21
Fur Bent -Cool. Clean
Rooms. Hot and cold water. Special
rates by week.
'NOW KMX HOTEL
Ninth and Cherry Streets. Main 1Mb.
3-JI-3
F"ll RENT Threo unfurnished rooms.
111! Vance.
Kill! KENT Two nice rooms, furnished
fur housekeeping, light", water, baih.
telephone furnished. 207 Cherry street.
I-JI-31
FOR RENT Newly furnished cool front
.rooms, double or single, day or week;
heart of city; reasonable. 601' Market
atreet. 1-2
OHIO HOUSE Rooms cool, clean, for
business men and women. Special rates
by week. Centrally located In business
part of city. 726V Cherry street., 1-6
HELP WANTED At 730V4 Georgia ave
nue, the New Home hotel, a responsible
working housekeeper, either white or
colored; must come well recommended ;
a good home for the right iwrty. Call
or ring Main 36SI. 3-2
FOR RENT Rooms, 402 Eat Eighth
street. Main 4340 after 6 o'clock. 3-6
FOR RENT Two large front rooms, fur
nished complete for housekeeping. 609
Chestnut. 3-JI-S
FOR RENT Special rates
by week or month; nice cool
outside rooms; hot and cold
running water. Ford hotel.
2-li-lt
FOR RENT Furnished moms; Battle
Creek hatha. It M. faille. 3-tf
FOR RENT Nlcely-furnlshed rooms for
light housekeeping. 733 Cedar street.
3-29
FOR RENT Kin mulled rooms. 1 Mo-
came.
3-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
.just a Minute, Please"
bring or mall your
KODAK FILMS
o the oeat tlnlshlns; house In the city
NOVELTY PHOTO CO.
It East Eleventh Street. Chattanooga.
TO SEE WELL see H! W.
Johnson, optician, 737 Mar
street. 12-m-4
WALTER T. WOOD,
Plumbing and Heating,
19 Market Square.
Main 3868.
13-11-6
WATER SET Six glasses and one pitch
er; three-piece enamel set; sixty Oc
tagon sosp and fifteen powder coupons.
W. U. Spencer, 10 West Ninth street.
12-J1-28
WE PAY big price for sec
ondhand furniture. Main
5621.
12-J1-27
PENSIONS
Pensions, allotments, allowances riven
to dependents. 817 Otorgla avenue M?in
053. 12-J1-27
SEND your repair work In furnaces,
roofs and soda fountalna to 16 West
Flftn 'itrect. Phone Main 6039. F.
Gibson. 11-J120
TYPEWRITERS All makes, two months'
rent 87 allowed on purchase. 17 East
Seventh atreet. Main 68M. Davis
Houston Co. 12-jl-S
GRAVES THE GRAINER Artistic Imi
tations of woods. Interior painting
done. 1916 Oak street. la-July 3
JUST RECEIVED.
Best Kodak Album for the Money.
25c SEE THEM 25c
WOLETSTUDIO
929 Market Street. ll-jl-5
LOST
I.OKT A black and white spotted cow;
small short horn on right side, smooth
crop off of left ear. Return Will
Smith, 309 Fine street, city. Reward.
1-3
TOM'S INTENTIONS WERE ALL RIGHT
HELP WANTED Female
HELP WANTED Coloied girls; good
wagea paid to willing emitter. Shirt
factory, 612 Cartel atreet l-J-lt
HELP WANTED Olrle and cornea to
woik ai Model laundry. Qoou pay and
steady work. 1-tf
A Patriotic Opportunity
Toung ladies between the
ages of H and 26 are offaieJ
an opportunity to serve at a
time when telephonic commu
nication la o essential to the
proper handling of war work.
Apply to Mias Voorhha, Em
ployment Department, Cumbei -land
Telephone and Telegraph
Company. I"H
WANTED Fifty colored
girls to do pressing, folding
and packing in skirt fac
tory Scherr Mfg. Co., 234
Fast 11th St.
I-J1-6
IE1.P WANTED Neat-looking girls
over 16 years of age to work In candy
factory. Apply Brock Candy Co., 1111
Chtjlnut street. 6-2
The Cumberland Telephone
and Telegraph company offers
exceptional opportunities for
advancement to young ladlea
between the ages of 14 and 25
who desire permanent posi
tions. No luoffs during dull
periods. Sickness benefits, life
insurance and pensions after
atated periods of service.
In order to accommodate
those who cannot call during
the usual hours the applica
tion office will be open till 9:30
o'clock' on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings.
Applicants are received by
Miss Voorhles In the employ
ment department.'
8-6
FOR RENT Lovely furnished room for
light housekeeping, with use of kitch
en and dining room. 314 Lindsay. Main
1116. 3-6
HELP WANTED A good child refra
nurse; also housemaid. Call Hemlock
H24. 8-3
HELP WANTED A cook."
!776.
Call Main
8-a-2
HELP WANTED Good cook for moun
tain. Phone Main 833. 3-1
HELP WANTED Good cook. Hemlock
1200, or call on Mrs. O. K. I-eBron. 115
Morning Side, Ferger place. 8-1
HELP WANTED Colored cook wanted.
Apply 722 Market street. 8-3
""T.P WANTED Experi
enced operators on power
machines to make pants.
Chattanooga Pants Mf jr.
. Co., corner Beech and Mtr
Callie, Highland Park.
8-J4l
EXCHANGE
WANTED To exchange a
fine lot on Poplar street
for mules and. fanning im
plements. What have you
to offer? Call S. A. Rose,
Main 1767, after 7 p.m. tf
IalI BURLAP BAGS
We make a specialty in handling: all grades of Second-hand
BURLAP BAGS, suitable for re-filling purposes.
WILL BUY OR SELL ANY QUANTITY
Phone or Write to Us For Prices.
B. Cassell & Company
131-145 Cowart St., City Phone M. 5860
Ll WALK Be "ORE
ra pas Two
DOLLARS
I r
i 'rni
KEEPING GERMAN PRISONERS IS
COSTING AMERICA VERY LITTLE
(Hy David Lawrence.)
(I'upM iglil, I'JIv. hy N.w York Even
ing Coat.)
Jlot Iptlnpi. N. I'., July 1-Talng-Tuii
and a lirusn In nil uml a Ui nnan
Internment camp In the mountains ot
North Carolina da not seem nffhund to
havu any connection with each other,
tiut ittCb are lb vnlMHltiKiea of wur
thut the fulled Slates government Is
til:i taking care of thirty-six musi
cians who played for the (lennan gar
rison al Kalu 'how hctore It rell Into
the h&Ddl of the Japanese.
Tlu Hermans had the I'uieslglit to
linve themaelves enrolled as members
of tin (led I'roBH. CoiiHe.incntly when
I lie ,liii;ini no captured the lilacs, Hie
tjeiimtn hand iihkeit In tic returned lo
(',. i niiiny as nini-i ombatanta, a reiiuesl
with which the Japanese compiled. Ho
they started across Oie Pacific and
ntopped In the United States en route
to tlormany.
ThlH country was neutral at the time,
and our department of atalc niiule In
(luiiy of the HrlttHh government con
OCrnlng gate passage across the At
lantic, but here the British said Wt
ad wouldn't furantea anything, so
the (Jermiina decided to sojourn In
America.
They went from city lo city giving
Ooncertg and were enjoying themaelves.
Itut when war broke out between the
Vnltod States nnd tlermany. they were
promptly Interned, for besides being
musicians they are chomlsta and bomb
experts and persons gifted In occupa
tions that mght. If practiced, produro
considerable piiHChief. They are of
much less concern w ith their occasional
band concerts Inside the camp.
Unique Community.
There's probably not another com
munity like this In the country. Be
sides having a tine brass band und an
orchestra and mandolin and guitar
players, there are doctors, dentists,
tailors, plumbers, eloctrlclans, tras fit
ters, botanists, naturalists, chemists,
cooks, bricklayers nnd carpenter.
In fact, nlost of these Germans seem
to be carpenters. Judging by the little
houses they have built. They havo
achieved the most artistic effects by
building a row of a doien or more
arhor-llke structures fenced about and
...I..,..,.. i with iittic marden beds. It
constitutes a miniature German village,
nnd the Hermans have seiecieu a.
mayor, tO whom nil plans must be sub
mitted before anyliody Is permitted to
erect another house.
Presumably It wouldn't be uerman u
FOB SALE HOMES
PKrtfs.MRM at OX "
Ai' V BSJLV iu'" w a
LITTLE
All the time Is by far more proQtate than
THOSB
OCCASIONAL
"SPLASHES."
We know It It Is our buslnoca to know.
NEWS
"WANT
ADS.
MAIN
sea
t-11
REAL ESTATE WANTED
YOUR PRICE PAID ash for real es
tate anywhere. (Julck sales; no agents;
no commissions. Buyers we furnish pay
cost. Guarantee satisfaction: bank refer
ence. Established fifteen years. Infor
mstion booklet free. Write Conover.
Box 1345 U. Mm Charleston, W. Va. -28
FOR SALE LAND
A FORTY-ACRE FARM.
At a modest little price. This farm con
sists actually of forty-two and one-half
acres, and la located on the pike road
four miles west of Cleveland. It has a
good six-room two-story house, good
barn, smokehouse and corn-crib. The
soil is of the ced mulatto kind and will
bring forty or fifty bushels of corn to
the acre. Has good orchard, with all
kinds of fruit. It lies within calling dis
tance of store, school, churcn ana mm.
The price Is only two thousand dollars
( $2.0001, on quite reasonable terms. This
price Includes the owner's share of the
crop.
S. F. BRADINO.
Fhone Main 563. 817 Georgia.
24-1
FOR SALE: Farm. Ten-acre arm on
car line to post; new four-room house,
. one horse, two wagons, harness, fifty
chickens, four fine hogs, one calf, the
growing crops, all for 33,30"; terms. W.
D. Sutton. I4-J1-1
FOR SALE Farm. Twenty acres, well
Improved, at Whttwell, on Dixie high
way; some growing crops and fruit,
farming tools. This place Is eleven
miles from Market street bridge. Price
31,2003400 cash, assume 3800, 310 per
month. W. D. Sutton. 24-jl-l
BY ALLMA.H
AMD VOO MADE ME
QUht AUTHe wwovta!
i D PIMCH YOU n
n M
SBBK
H J' j Nt
I hero weren't n number of "VerbeiaO"
nigiis about and with cynical numof
the oceupunts have put up about jVMCt
Kind of prohibition they hava Svaf
known from "Keep off the graaa," to
Nil loafing allowed'' and ' .SmoattBst
kIi icily prohibited." And If there's
thing which the Hermans ram ts) ba
.loin morning, noun and night, IfS
smoking. There are pipes of every Ssja
and odor.
The little houses which they hava
coiim meted are crudely furnished WSh
odd I hi m of discarded lumber and
debris. The Germans rummaged Is Casta
big piles of rubbish which they
hark of the old, rundown hotel
ami cleaned It up. Everything
chimney bricks to lattice and eoa
denscil milk cans seemed to hv f
use,
How They kive.
One man hammered out about a hua
died cans, ami covered his hut with
sllverlike exterior, which glistens la
the sun. Another fashioned a wind,
mill lor Inn, -elf. There he alts moat
nf the day reading. Another was con
tent ulth n box-shaped house about
iwii i i ct wide and three feet loot. o
Inrger hardly than a doll's house, but
he (nit a big sign "tailor shop" on tha
outside and repairs clothes far his
compatriots.
Another occupies himself all day In a
Nlmllur workshop, making fancy boxes
and carving souvenirs. Still another
busies himself nt the easel, drawing
marine views. I saw two naturalists
mounting all the many kinds of hugs
ami caterpillars and butterfjtea' that
hnve Invaded the camp since spring.
Another man proudly nhowed me class
jars full nf rattlesnakes he had caught?
All the Germans seem to be fond of
nnlmnl pets. A year ago somebody
bought a pair nf rabbit. And now tha
camp is full of them. There are plenty
of t hickens nnd dogs, and the Gat
m.xns I saw were trying; to teach the
rabbits, chickens and dog" either lo
undcrutand German or do trick they
seemed to be perscverlns;ly attentive
to them all.
Most of the little house and I bc
lievo the crews built better looking
ones than the officer stand on tha
edge of French Broad river, with beau
tiful shade tree forming a natural
screen against the sun.
The ground ia very fertile, and prac
tically everything nnynoay want 10
crow can he raised here. Conseouentlv. '
all the vegetables needed hv the nmB
have been produced by the Germann '
rtome m mem nnve asaea me gov
ernment whether they can be allowM
tso apiece for these summer houses, an
they will be splendid recreation place
for the American wounded, who are to
rte quartered In the reconstruction hoe.
pltal to be erected on the camp
grounds, beglnlng July 1. Theoretical
ly, the Germans say, it is their prop
erty, but the ground beneath It wasn't
so their request probably will not be
granted. The Germans will tie lucky
If the camp commanders at Fort Ogle
thorpe lot them build similar cottages.
$5 For Tobacco.
As matter of fact, the Germans
wouldn't hnve much use for 180 f
they got It. They receive $5 a month
from the Swiss legation in Washing
ton, which cares for German diplo
matic Interests In this country, and
that $5 Is more than enough for pipe
tobacco. Incidentally one would sup
pose that the whole project of keeping
the Germans is expensive, but it I
ridiculously cheap.
Tn the first place, the cooks, tew
nrds and kitchen helpers are all In
terned Germans, though they get a
nominal fee from our government for
their work. Then food Is economically
handled. The Germans wash their own
clothes and clean their own quarters.
It costs the United State just 51
cents a day to keep each German or
IH.15 apiece per year. Of that II
cents, SO cents a day Is the coat of
food, about ten cents a meal.
The entire cost of maintaining the
2,300 Germans during the past year has
been about 1400,000. The camp Itself
cost llin.oOO to build. Probably. the
whole hill will be suhmttted to Ger
many when the war Is over, as no
doubt, the German govern njent will
render Its bill for the upkeep of Amer
ican prisoners of war.
The United States la caring f6r
about 5,000 Germans In all camps In
this country at present, though the
number which the military authorities
of the United States undoubtedly will
accumulate In Prance will he many
times thnt. before the war Is over.
The prisoner problem I still In tt
Infancy, but thus far the United States
has given a splendid example of hu
mane treatment and consideration
which probably I not paralleled In any
other belligerent country. Berlin a
pers please copy.
FOR RENT Houses
FOR KENT A modern four-room cot
tage on Mission ridge, near Brag
tower, furnished. 136; a seven
house on East Eleventh, all
fences. $37.50: a four-room apartnaant
nea- tuast Main street, 119.
Brading, 817 Georgia avenue.
Main 553.
i'kk ithjNi i-oiir-room houa
line to post. W. D. Sutton.'
l-'OR RENT 2 rooms anl
sleeping porch. Nice and
cool. 501 'Watts street.
Main 2363.
FOR RENT Close-in furnished, house:
desirable location; reasonable. Main
2697 or 5910. 2-1
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A. L. Jackson, Deceased.
All persons claiming an Indebtedness
due from A. L. Jackson, deceased, are
(herewith notified to file a verified state
ment of their aooount with the under
signed on or before July 1, A. M. 1918.
C. A. NOONB. Attorney.
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Loans at S per cent, for a year's
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ly Installments of 13 on each 1100
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can be arranfjed. Our plan fits In
with your salary.
We Accept Liberty Bonds
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