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THE CHATTANOOGA NEWS: CHATTAN'OOOA, TEN'N., I' R IDAY, JUNE 27. 1911).
'11 WONDERFUL," Says Meritone Helped Her More Than All Other Medi . . . cines Combined. V IS LIKE NEW PERSON Stomach and Nerves Are Ex cellent Now -Gladly Kec ommends Meritone. "l think Meritone la wonderful. It- helped mora than all the other medi cines I ever took put together," said Miss Eulah Grlsard. of IBIS Father- land street, Nashville, Tenn. "My stomach . was In mlehtv bad condition and almost everything I ate would sour. Gas would form on my stomach and cause Intense' suf fering. I had to take a. 'laxative al most every night. a "My nerves were out ot order also'. ftU. 1 1 1 t . . 1 . - J j. no icaDL tiuine wuuiq get me exuuea and I could hardly sleeo at nteht. Feel Like New. ' "Meritone was so- highly recom mended In the newspapers that I started taking It and since taking two 'bottles I feel like an .entirely new person. "Mjp'fitomach Is In excellent con dition now and everything I eat agrees with me. Fm never troubled with gas on my stomach now. It lives anx more, eiiner. "My nerves are In good condition now also and I can sleep fine every night. IT iUII. 1 I - I : . J Tm .glad to recommend it to Others." In thousands of cases Meritone has proved wonderfully beneficial for ail ing conditions of the stomach, liver or kidneys, catarrh, nervousness and the like., , . - Meritone is being specially intro duced In Chattanooga at the Live & Let' Live Drug Store, Market and Seventh streets, and is sold by the best druggist in 'cities and towns near here. fAdv.i i srrt r nn vhttv a mm m ; a ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 u T M MSW MMU POUTICS.AT BOTTOM OF MILITARY DIFFICULTIES WAR PROVED VALUE OP AIR DEFENSES.- Yet United States Less Pre pared in Emergency, on : Border Than in 1914. ' ' (By David Lawrence.) i Washington, June 27. (Copyright, New York Evening Post.) The United States is not able, in the event of an emergency on the Mexl can border, to put Into action at once an "air .service ' comparable to that which Grin. Pershing had when he first undertook the ' pursuit of Villa, Unpreparedness Was . a big Issue that year- and the democrat! administration wits severcy rrm clsed for falling to make larger ap proprlations for the national defense, Today the republican party Is In con trol of congress, and on the very day that the war department Is ry Ing hastily to collect fliers and ma chines to protect the Mexican bor der, the committees of congress cut down, the available sums for the fu ture. ' - Inaulry at the war department de velops the fact thai if the United fttates and Mexico should have trou ble tomorrow, an air service would be absolutely essential In detecting the roving bands south of the Rio Grande who might suddenly raid the long International boundary and do Injury to American citizens. An air service would be necessary to pro ceed in advance of . such military detachments as might enter Mexican territory. Yet the war department today has In process, of organization six squadrons of airplanes and not one of them Is complete or fit for ac tlve service. They have been organ ized, on paper. No Permanent Air Service. Part of the blame falls upon the democratic administration for failing to check the disintegration of the air service, but in answer td this army officers say they have been unable to keep the 'best fliers America had because no prospect of a - permanent air service was held out to them as an Incentive. Furthermore, after two years of effort to get airplane fac tories built in the United "tates and an Industry developed, the, failure of congress to adopt a'' permanent policy has caused several of the companies to go out of business and skilled me. chanlcs to seek jobs- In other trades. A T T A Of A V.I. Btmcdr his been dis- corvrea mu wis, stop r ailing hair, Clean DANDRUFF and mmk Dn,iun&i Mir troW Colored (iris everywhere b getting Lang- Pretty nmin nsir or natng Jttr whst kind yon are niinr. Divr ii ana tn m box of the greatest of all BAItt GRO WEKS Queen Hair Dressing Jut 8nd 5e in Stamps, AGENTS WANTED Writ for Terma to NEVVBRO MFQ. CO. . ATLANTA, OA. MafleaHBTBfJeaBTaVaTJMi I "J Smart Hotel JSmart People" with all the metropolites 1S. ' ary o sttrsrtirs to ttie out of tows eititor to New York, an i H the homey atmosphere eo deeirakle to very traveller. Appeeliaf especially to women viutisf New York vaeeeorteoy ' THIRTY FIRST STREET 1Y FIFTH AVENUE NSW YORK "nZwAJ0YT0 SORE, TIRED FEET Use "Tiz" for aching, burn -,. ing, . puf fed-up feet and corns or caBonses.. J "Sure! I i vary tiro for any foot trouble," ... Good-bye sore feet, burning feet, swollen feet, tender feet, tired feet. Good-bye, corns, callouses, bunions and raw spots. No more shoe tight ness, no mora limping with pain or drawing up your face in agony. "Tiz is magical, acts right off, "Tli" draws out till the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. Use "Tlz" and wear smaller shoes. Use "Tiz'' and forget your foot misery. Ah! how comfortable your feet feel. Get a 25-cent box of "Tiz" now at any druggist or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet tfiat never swell, never hurt, never get tirtd. A year'B foot com fort guaranteed or money refunded (Adv.) The pleasing flavor ' and tang Qf 4. w will delight you its lively snap and sparkling life are so reviving, refresh ing and thirst-quenching. Try a cold bottle at soda-fountsthen order your grocer to send a dozen bottles to the house for the home folks to enjoy. v " T. S. HDNTER & CO. Distributors Chattanooga, Tennessee. OTIGE'- AUfO OWNERS We ' are advised that someone is offering for sale a tire known as "Racine Quality Tire." Do not confuse this tire with the RACINE COUNTRY ROAD or RACINE MULTI-MILE CORD CASING . We are wholesale distributors for this line and they are only sold by legitimate tire dealers. Chattanooga Robber Tire Wks. 629 Broad St ' Main 2231 IRELAND Area 82.588. Population 4.388,000; less than 10 per cent, of total In United Kingdom. , About one-third the popula tldn Is In Ulster, which resists any degroe , of separation from England. ' The Ulster' population Is 86 per cent. Protestant and 44 per cent Catholic, the Protestant majority furnishing the oppo sition to either' home rule or Independence. , . Dublin Ireland's capltol Is a city of 100,000. It was here that 'St. Patrick I n t r odured C h r 1 1 1 anlty to Ireland, - when he banished the king of Balleatha-cliath. Porter, whisky and poplin are the chief manufactures, but Im ports exceed exports, as the Ulster cities are the chief. manr ufacturlng centers. Belfast Chief manufactur ing 'center of Ireland; has nearly 400.000 population," It la here that Protestant - and Catholio have most often clashed. Belfast ship building works. In days before the great war, were the most extensive In the world. Its linen and other industries are the chief manu facturing of Ireland. All the benefit of the war Is in dan ger of being lost so far as air service Is concerned. Concrete Muet Come to Rescue. Secretaries Baker and Daniels, In re sponse to the urgent recommendations or tneir aviatlin oilicers, asked con Kress to appropriate (85,000,000 and 145,000,000 respectively. But the house military affairs committee cut dowo me army s appropriation, ror instance to J15.000.000. Practically all the dent ing planes In the United States today are obsolete. The latest types wero built abroad because of the distance and time Involved In shipment. To get new planes required a stimulus to the airplane Industry. Manufacturers are giving tip hope of conducting the airplane business unless congress comet to the Fescue. They are making ad justments and seeding to convert their plants to other uses. It Is estimated that action by congress appropriating a certain sum lor airplane develop- ment each year will cause some of the firms to stay In the business and keep America abreast of European air serv ices. 1 Gone Back to Civil Life. Eneiand has Just annroorlatcd J330. 000.000 and France much more than that-. Indeed, the European countries are beginning to realize that i air squadrons may be worth' more in de fensive operations than large army unit!.. America s aviation personnel on the western front was conceded to be one of the finest. The cream of the air service his aono tack to civil life Only about 6u0 capable fliers remain today out of the 1.600 first-class pilots America had when the armistice was siKned. More are resicnlng every day. The only 'Way they can be kept la by the oiKHDlzation of nn sir service sim ilar to that ' In Great Britain and France. In those countries an lnde- nendent establishment has been orean lied devoted to air combat. It Is eo.ua! In rank to the army and navy. Just as the land and the water have: their war services independent of each other so do the -aviators feel that, the air Is a separate branch of warfare and can be conducted successfully nnlv by persons wro mams aerial warfare a lifetime occupation and scientific study. , Palltlce se Bottnm. Politics Is at the bottom of the mill tary -dimcuitles of the United States now JUBt as it was In 1014. The demo crats opposed large appropriations then because they were making a bid lor pacifist support In the west and mldtlle west. Now the republicans are trying to leap political advantage by cutting down appropriations so. that the peo ple may he . Impressed by their econ omy in contrast to the alleged extrava gance ot tne democrats, in their de sire for economy, however, the size of tne army was renucea in tne nouse committee and raised In the senate to 400,000 men, which is 100.000 below that requested by the war department. Similarly the senate has Increased the appropriation for aircraft from lis, 000,000. which the house fixed, to $55, 000.000. The senate subcommittee had recommended 876,000,000, . hut the full military affairs committee wouldn t permit it. o ehe senate figures stand at 855,000,000. and it Is questionable whether he sum will not he further reduced when the Joint conference committees of senate and house get to gether. Thus it may be seen that de spite their arguments about national defense and their solicitude for mili tary and nival preparedness, both tITte democrats and Hie republicans have been guided by political considerations In hnndline: the army and the navy. And the process In still going on. WELCH MAY RESIGN AS R. R. COMMISSIONER RUJKOR ,T0 THIS EFFECT CURRENT IN NASHVILLE. Will Assume Business Man agership of Sergt. York in His Proposed Enterprise. N Ksahville. .liine 27. rSDecial.1 It was learned from semiofficial sources that George N. Welch, Middle Tennessee representative-on the state railroad commission, and one of the best known officeholders In the' state, will resign his position with the com mission In the event that present plans for the filming of Sergt. Alvin C. York In a great historical picture carry through. a York recently selected Wtlch to manage his affairs in connection with all film work and writing to be done by the world's greatest hero, and Mr. Welch has already commenced on the plans for the film and the autobiog raphy. His resignation Is expected by July 6, it being understood that the York film plans will have Matured by the first of the coming month. FINDINGS PLACE TO LIVE Congressman Davis, from Tullahoma, Having TrouDle in wasningiop. Washington. June 27. (Special.) Congressman Ewln L,. Davis, like nu the rest of the people wno come m Washington In its crowded condition. Is having a hard time In choosing a place to live. His family remained tomnnrnrllv- at their home at Tullahoma with the Idea that he would solve the problem of selecting a place of abode. but in oraer to neip nim oui oi inc im flcultv. Mrs. Oavis is coming here with in "few days to aid him In the task which at best is Hobson's choice when it comes to finding a coi lfortable place to reside in this over crowded city. To the Public. "I lust want to say that we keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy on hand all the time, and find It excellent for bowel trouble," writes Mrs. H. P. Cook, An derson, Ind. (Adv MADISON'S FIRST COTTON BLOOM Huntsville. Ala.. June 27. (Saeclal.) Madison county's first cotton bloom of the year has been brought here, coming several days later than last year. The first bloom this season was produced on the- plantation of Ijtke Matthews. OFF THE WIRES -' An Increase In the government's guaranteed .price of wheat from 11.28 to 88.80 a bushel at the terminal mar kets of Galveston and New Orleans, ef fective July 1, was' announced by Ju lius Barnes, United Btates wheat di rector. The Prussian national assembly has passed a resolution expressing confi dence In the government. This action followed a dlscussldn of the pears situ ation by the assembly. A bill to abolinh all federal sub treasuries and transfer their duties to ft cli rul reserve banks ws Introduced by Representative 11111, republican. New ork. Representative Mondell, Wyoming, re publican floor leader, Introduced a bill proposing the repeal of the postal sys tem for newspapers and periodicals. Henator LaFollntte, of Wisconsin, had 4een withdrawn as a speaker at a concert to he given by Anna Case, op era sIiikit. In the Ocean Grove audi torium, at Asbury Park, on July (. A wlreleas from the Japanese steamer Tsui use Maru wired ,thnt she had col lided with a sailing ship shout sixty miles outside New York end that the sailing ship had - not been sighted since. The Seashore hotel, one of the two big hotels at Wrlghtavtlle beach, ten miles east of Wilmington, N. C.,' was burned to the ground. Albert Adams, of Atlanta, sleeted In ternational president of the Hotiiry clubs at their convention In Halt Lake City hot week. Is III in a Kansas City hospital. Kev. James Francis Whelan, assis tant rector of t. Joseph's Catholic church at New Orleans, was drowned In the new basln'canal while swimming with boys. lie wss 38 years, old. At a meeting of the executive com mittee of the American Cane Growers' association at New Orleans, the offer by Ixnilslnna sugar manufacturer! of their plants for gonurnment use to re lieve the sugar scarcity was made known. 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I. .11 i in i i 1 1 1 ii, - in.' . . , - . : .Mi o in,' i lull hr i i'ir i.iiii ' in 1 i thm, .mr i M Sliiv Pff ill w .a a sa in coffee for, instance a noted Chef in France after a scientific, research and study of all various known coffees, produced tjie "highest Idea of CHARACTER in Coffee" Franco -American Coffee YOUR TRUE PROTECTION AGAINST UNKNOWN AND UNTRIED BRANDS ; So sensitively blended that the most particu- ' tion, you may return the package to your dealer lar taste will appreciate its delightful character and your money will be cheerfully refunded and rich flavor; flavor and character found only in without anv question, so sure are we that you Franco-American Coffee because of the unusual it. blending and its scientific roasting process. ' SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Franco-American is accepted by cocee experts I If this coffee does not satisfy every auticipa- , as a quality Coffee with character unsurpassed Different Iced Coffee Franco-American is accepted by coffee experts regular way, let it cool and then add ice. Add fullv mild and aromatic Coffee flavor without the sugar or cream to suit your taste and you will dark brassv aftei-taste. have found the newest of delightful summer Just make Franco-American Coffee in your time beverages. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. IN USE FOR OVER 30 YEARS Always bean the f mmm ) inpii i i i waA"4"!!! jit" -mr i i -sr L i VAl . J 1 ' I r-I LI Wee. n fin Mri' p.i '.."i m..iii ..lh v ' .','. ''i J u Handley-Meek Co. Distributors of Franco-American and Alliance Coffee for Young & Griffin Coffee Co., Inc. CHATTANOOGA TENNESSEE ' fl, Jsmp . . xx .mmewm Bean Instant Steel Cut Vf Wi. VV ' imrli ""''iiiiili ii .nmmgL . sAoi. 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