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PRINCESS THEATRE TCLKPHONE 592 CHEER SERVICE FLAG sdmkidn LADES & It UA, OkU, 0.pt. 24 ' IU ' u ) r 1 1 1 1 mi, mm,) ii,.i .,4.'J ii.i ) !. Uuj 0ltl HiMl.lfHjI.'il, ! iMUliI I f 4 UK l Ptll 't. I,. fcliOlj IuiI'jW'iI Ii p(lUIOii ' . Ui ( iilif 'llttt ' ihi. I Mini lu II." Hoik of Viru ol ToJ5)'.TIiiirsday,Scp.26 l:LSII:l:l:K(IUSON "he Manger Mark" Tli I nf a VMiin.in U 1 1 id h I i,: ui.ti am iijii-ni- TSrflE LlEAflDEeSS . 'i IB A 1 , '4 I! ' iiilihil ,Imi I iyii(iri t I h i Vr !rt AIUKI) OIIICIAI, WAR RIWIKW Mh.' at llif f-1. til ly I v- 1 ni, it nt I'd (ii'i',iln'rn i .(. A ki '' ft? m health hygiene ?f" STAT1! pawynEAmi No Need of Pellagra ' PfUugra caused HO deaths iu tlie lit(i of MisBlssir.pl tu tlie year 11)1C. Since tlie mortality from jitlhiirii In altout 6 per cent, tliat mo-arm that : there were ot least lt.00 persons af ' fli I t'd with pellagra in tliis Ute l'i 1&16. The most cburact eristic (ilirns of pel lacra are a peculiar skin r.ish. re-win tiling sunhnrn or weather chap, most frequently observed on the backs of the hands, and in children on the hacks of the fe t; a geii"iiil loss ot 'Mrength or vitality, with c pedal ton 'deucy toward nervous depression o melancholy, or sometimes gradually developing mental deterioration; and Pi.ilded or sore mouth, with a red dened tonpue. dyspepsia, diarrhea and !hcr disturbances of the digestive or trans. All the pymntoms are likely to he worse Jn spring and summer jwcather, and better in the fall ami ter part of the year, it limited a lino wholly to biscuit, com bread, grit tnavy and syrup. It hi unfeauonabli to assume that perfect health can to maintained on a diet of cereals starches and fat, without fresh pro teln or nitrogenous food, such as meat ens, milk. Far be it from us to intimate tha there is anything the matter with out old corn pone and aucn. On the con trary, these foods are wholesome ani sustaining. Rut man Is an omnivei ous beast, and lie just must have lib animal food. If game were more plen tif ill the year 'round we would neve have to worry about pellagra. If bo and milk were more plentiful In thi South we would probably have littb pellagra. Cheese Is a good substitute for mew when meat can't be had. The soya bean is another excellen preventive of pellagra. So are strini 4'' ) ft REM ik J... lj..aii.Lji . i 'I' 'fill!"'. The Cause of Pellagra. (Sunsested.) winter, which leads some sufferers to attribute their trouble to the warm cli mate. The cause of pellagra is probably an inadequate diet. There is a pood detl of evidence to support the belief that, the use of a reasonable variety of fresh quintal food iu the diet will prevent pellagra. V,y fresh annual food j meant fresh milk, fresh eggs, fresh Jean meat, fowl, fish and game, and fresh vegetables and fruils. The dis ease seems to be most prevalent amorg people whose diet, for the bet- The Prevention. (Suggestod.) beans, dried beans, dried peas. Soy bnun meal may bo mixed with the con meal In the proportion of one part tc four or five of corn meal. Greens oi all kinds are good to keep off pelia Era. Lean hog is as good as any othei meat to prevent pellagra. Buttermilk Is also good. In the North they suffer all sorts oi ailments, according to physicians, frorc I the excessive eating of meat. In tin I South wo may ascribe pellagra to th i want of sufficient meat or proteH ! food in our diet. Her Unurual Experience. Mrs. Yrotior "This world is so n:v;!5 :i place nfter all' ,ra elint; In Australia. Vv'n !' HIV ,'lli:!l'i n in Cb Why, while 1 ran a cross lar'e nt their Oh, Dear, no! . No, Maude, (bar, just because a ib-af mute talks with bis linuds is ni reason why be :'!x".i!d drown his or rews in the linger bowl. Philadelphia lii". ni (l. The Very Lilted in Eye Glasses and Spectacles, Guarnntccd to fit or no charge for service. Piieori very reasonable, in Shell Frames $0.50. ATER WATCH & OPTICAL CO. Opposite Princess Theatre ( YifM 1 & f -X. r- 17'. Miss Lillie'Bae Randle hns bee. named as director of music in th public schools here, and her studic will be at the Franklin Academy Miss Randle is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. R. Randle, and will n doubt have an exceedingly hirp class the coming- session. The Saturday Evening Tost will advance to $2 on October 1st. The Ladies Home Journal will also ad vance to $ l."75 on the first of Oct. uive me your subscription or re newal today. Jack Senter. Mrs. C. S. Wood, of Virginia, U spending ten days here, with her la ther, Capt. John A. Neilson., NOTICE. If you intend subscribing for any mainlines this year you "had better give me your subscription today, as all good periodicals are going to ad vance in price in the next few days. Jack Senter. Phone 184 or 222. STRAYED One brown mare;earc little flat down. She is heavy and foal. Bring to New York Hide ani' Fur Co., and receive reward. FOR SALE Another Ford car. Practically new. L. E. Lide. AX ORDINANCE. An Ordinance regulating charger to consumers of water supplied by the City of Columbus, Mississippi, from and after October 1, 1'JlS. BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayot and City Council of the City of C;1 umbus. Miss., that on and utter th 1st day of October next, the follov ing flat rate charges per quarter for water supplied by the city water works, shall be as follows, viz: 1 Faucet, for al household pur poses, not iucluding yard and lot, 12.60; kitchen, closet, and batn. $6.00; lot fuiicei, $1.50 yard faucet, $3.00; cljset, $2.25; washatand, $1.60; bakeries, $1.50; boardiu,' housed aud lunch stnuds, $3.33; lawyers' office, 1 faucet, $1.50; pho tograph galleries, $5.25; warehouse, $6.75; urinals, $1.50. And that the following rates charged to consumers served by met ers shall bo as follows per, to-wit: Minimum, 5000 gallons, 30c rer 1000 gallons, with any addition.nl 5000 gallons at 25c per 100 gal lons. 1000 to 2000 daily consumption, 20c pel 1000 gallons. 2000 to 5000 daily consumption, 15c per 1000 gallons. 5000 to 20,000 daily consumption, 10c per 1000 gallons. 20,000 and upwards, 8c per 1000 gallons. Be it further ordained that all ordinances in conflict with this ord inance are hereby repealed. HE IT jFURTIIBR ORDAINKD that ftil ordinance take effect and bo in force from and after the 1st day of October. A. D., 19l. Adopted Slth of Sept., 1918. D. S. M'CLANAHAN. Mayor. fiftttlilic I t ,1 I'K Yli IUX, M'I. A lll- IIK'tK lllll I II pIl'llMM, lint Ihiii It I, o. ill Ull, 1HMI I'pMMil! It M Hllfcll IU i 1'lfUlll Of 4 ( Oil .'M'Mll Willi U ll'IW !! f" I II,, lilt l,r tor till I'Minliy III IM Mm li,l AOill i,l,nt). It h .r i,,.,., I. ,IM I Ollllil'lll lUl lIMlMlll i 111 titnMfi4 M'I'I h 1 r llllll.tM wire III tilkti Iplllln IuIiIkIiI wlii'h tin Utility eighth nufin'0 i-t, ir i.ili' opelKMl, U'HpltO lb biMy 'My Hl" bud spent under tim Imt Mpii,ioi i Li., Ill, ,i,m,I.I jltifii Hi.iinu ilUl Dot btglll UUtil lolnt.bt, MII .1 ...HI uoi'ii bunds, A com of ibi'ii'tn Hlieukus uml a inousMiid and one In Uikldnsi muiilon of lilimU .''. cuiop mates of tunnel Uu),i ni.o.i t :, day it tiuy one, The coin fniious ur rival of new delegations kept a in v, t li ion k constantly pouting t;nout:i, the lieal(iiarteis in the hotels uu '. each veteran on bit arrival mud' hiiinielf a leceptloil eoiiuuitteo oi one to seek out bis old friend.-! uie! acquaintances and help them to get settled. More than 6, boo veterans alone dined at the big mess tent Hpeclally maintained for them, a cnnribii r:tbl lurger number than ever before have uttended the mess on the first day, it was announced. Based on thia and the registrations already abulut- ed, the local committee announced that more than 10,000 veterans al ready were in attendance with a cor respondingly large number of Son-.. of Veterans and other official guests The convention was called to orde tonight by Brant II. Kirk, command er of the Oklahoma division of tlv Sons of Veterans, and a fervent pray er was pronounced by the Rev Henry V. Battle of Charlottesville Va chaplain-iii-chief of the yountjc; organization. Warm welcomes were extended tt the visitors by Qov. Robert L. Wil liams of Oklahoma, and E. B. How ard, in behalf of the Stand Wall, camps of the Sons of Veterans, U which a response was made by Lieut Gov. James Pulliam of Colorado. 1 - .A until Uf V Wish to extend a cordial invitation to the 1. 1 and C. Students, Teachers and Visiloir and to call their attention to their complete lines of latest models in Ready-to-Wear, Dry Goods Shoes Room Furnishings and Novelties. ' Our store is KNOWN AS HEADQUARTERS for the College Girls and in view of this fact we have brought on this seascn larger and more complete lines of College Girls' Outfits which are now ready for your inspection. ' Handsome Tailored Suits Stylish Blouses Snappy Coats Nobby Sweaters Smart Footwear Choicest Millinery Special Values Offered College Opening Week Navy Blue Tailored Suits Nobby Styles for College Girls $14.85 to $64.85 We are showing a vast assortment that embraces all the ma terials and atyles that are dest'ned to be most favored this season, such as Serge, Tricotine, Volour, Poiret, Twills and Poplin. These are just a few of the rraterials you will find. Get your suit this week, while the assortment is, at its best, re-orders will be much higher. Navy Blue Coats All the girls will like the :tyles we are showing. Come arid see them. A va;.t variety of new models in plain and fancy trim med are here for your choosing. Styles and price.! that cannot be duplicated later. Special price; College opening week, from $13.50 to $42.50 The Sweater Sale is On Share the Savings Hundreds of Snappy Navy Blue wool sweaters are here, also have them in the leading shades, in solid colors and fancy weaves, some with larg;e sailors, belt and two side pockets to match, others with combination collar, cuffs and belt; all sizes. See these great values, $7.50, $8.50, $9 and $10 Navy Blue Georgette and Crepe de Chine Waists We are showing many pretty styles Navy Blue Georgette and Crepe deChine blouses for the College girk They are here in endless variety to fit all sizes. One of the big College week specials. $3.50, $4.00 and $4.50 Rugs and Draperies These Rugs and Draperies will add to the beauty end comfort of your room, SPECIAL Grass Rugs, Size 54x90,in green neat pat- tf J r A tern, heavy quality, VERY SPECIAL pftOU Deltox Rugs, the best quality grass rugs "1 Size 36x72, ... tPOelti "Virginia" Rugs, made of heavy cotton yarn, hand some oriental patterns, fringed ends, full size 6x9 " Deltox Rugs, 27x54, nice size for general use, assort-(1n) - P ed patterns.. -. . J)uAtl Beautiful Draperies for your room, 30 to 36 inches wide, in a large variety of pretty designs,, light and dark , colon f)P Silkolines, Cretonne, Chintz etc, at 75c, 60c", 40c and Ot)L Millinery 3 Exquisite For Pall 1918 The assortment comprises a splendid cclection of fhe new Fall models. We have lumdrHa of smart dress and tailored hats made up ex clu ively for us in designs to suit every taste from the smart young high school Mhs to the middle aged wo man who still wants to be attractively topped. TRIMMED HATS $5.00 TO $20.00. TAILORED HATS $3.50 TO $10.00. COLLEGE GIRL HATS Navy Blue $2.00 TO $5.00. NAVY BLUE TOBOGGAN CAPS, SPECIAL 50c, 75c AND $1.00. New Fashions in Fall Footwear Now on Display in Our Shoe Department Dependable footware at prices you can easily afford. Styles for the moment are here in all their pleasing variety an exhibit truly wonderful in scope nd price range to meet every individual requirement. Dress Boots from $7.50 to $12.50 in all the New Fall Shades Walking Boots from $6.50 to $10 Expert Fitters in charge of this Dept. We Handle the Best Makes of Hosiery Kayser, Gordon, Onyx, True Shape, Black Cat Silk Hose from 65c to $3.50 Lisle Hose from 25c to $1.00 Extra Special 3-Panel Room Screens $2.95 Buy your screen now. We have on hand 200 of these, regular ' ?4.00 value, covered with Green, Brown and Tali f Burlap, Special price this week tJ)i5ttJ Kid Glove Special 200 pairs kid gloves we bought on old contract and just received last week, colors white, black, brown, tan and grey. QC AA As long as they last we will sell them, at - &&)J New things arrive slowly. Visit us often and bring your friends along, our salespeople are always glad to show you and tell you about the new ..styles. , ; . SIMON LOEB & BRQ the leaders