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i"l ," : ,J." J ,' M.'.UjWi Society Editor Mrs. C O. Biddle. BOTH PHONES NO. B. Try Oi e Only 50c Tiy One OfiK 50c ! Frmi Satu'.d .y's Daily Comet L 'ster Harris is at home fjont school on a acation of ten days. If I Si VJ1 pi III, H, I Many household specialties can be found at our retail store. You can not appreciate these modern conven iences until you have tried them. If not as represented your money back, iirs-arro Railroad, Mill, Builders and Contractors Supplies 104-106 Main St., and 106 Spring St. Johnson City, Tenn. IMm,lllg Try One Only 10 Cents Vi Br. Fahrney's Testing Syrup Never fails. Cnn't fail. . It is the favorite haliy medicine of the his , nurses and family duttirs. Mothers everywhere flick to it, and urg! their friends to give it to children for Colic, Cramps, Diarrhoea and al Stomach and Bowel Ailments. You can depend on it. Don't worr) ! 85 cents at drug stores. Trial Bottle FREE by mail if yoa mention this . 1 'y, :u paper. JJra. u. t ahrney son, itagerstown, Jiu. CURES COLIC IN TEN MINUTES. I JL ii 1 ' to practically all points in Washington, Oregon, Montana, California, Arizpna, New Mexico, Idaho, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, and the entire Pacific Northwest. , $41.30t$46.75 from Johnson City (According to Destination) Daily to and Including April 10 Tickets at these rates are good in tourist sleepers, also in through coaches and reclining chair cars (seats free.) Daily Through Tourist Sleepers St. Louis and Chicago to Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles via Scenic Colorado, via Billings, Mont., and via St. Paul Through the Great Northwest The Burlington is the only line with through tourist sleeping cars to all important Pacific Coast cities, via these routes. Personally conducted excursions, in tourist sleepers to California, several times every week. Write for details and rife , WHNT Hickory and White Oak L O G.S We also buy hicky and oak lumber Highset Market Price paid for quartered oak. Write or Apply to ice Johnson City, H Dr. Falirney's Teething Syrup Relieves the pains snd currs the nilmrnu that make bahics cry and fret and (trow sick and weak; checks liarrloea; prevents Convulsions; cures , '" Smir Stomach, Colic, Cramps an'l all Stomach snd Bowel Ailments nf i?1 babies. Safest, purest snd best medicine fnr babies. 5 cents at drug j J stores, trial Dottle rur.r. oy m: n ci its. u. i ii.imy nanur town, Wd., it you mention this paper. KEEPS BABY FROM CRYING. J. i life to, Try One Only 10 Cents colonist folder, containing map. F. M. SEYMOUR, Jr., Traveling Passenger Agent P. O. Box 70, KnoxviUe, Tenn. 6491 Tennessee 'i IP i Mrs James A. Maher, of Roan Mountain, was in the city yesterday, accompanied by her sister, Miss Mar tha Wilder. Mrs. Hugh Morrison and little, son, Graham, are visiting homefelks in Bristol. Birthday Party The birthday party at the MunBey Memorin! Methodist Church under the auspices of Circle Five, with Mrs. Ba ford M allies, chairman, was a great success. The proceeds amounted to $51. So for the buildina fund. The sin ingof Miss Ann Barton and Mrs. Er nest Miller's violin selections were greatly enjoyed. The next attraction, is the Easter Fair, by the ladies of the church, on the l.'ilh of April, the Thursday beft re Easter. The ladies will have beauti ful and useful articles for your inspec tion and you are invited and expected to be present. Mrs. H. B. Merccrean Gives Card Party. Mrs. H. R. Mercerean gave a card party yesterday afternoon at her cozy home, 109 Watauga avenue. The decoration was in honor of Ireland's patron saint and the sham rock was in evidence everywhere. Five Hundred was indulged in and several tables were fitted. Three ladies cut for the prize, a lovely brass flower basket, and it was won by Miss Roma Eiseman. A salad course, in the form or a ereen Irish potato, green mints and nuts were pleasingly served. Mesdames Brading and Wofford Entertain. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. P. II. Wofford and Mrs. J. E. Brading entertained at the home of the home of the latter, 122Unaka av- enuc. The home was a veritable Emerald Isle. There were green .nfn,iAMD ,f c ' j s i , jr Cri'mifrtybo Crt i t-i 4artiAirr -i n a to mahe a wonaeriuiiy artistic blending. Above the wide arch eadinir to the parlor was the coat of arm r-f the OraHincr'a nQ , , I, .. ; announced by Mrs. Bradinir. It' It was a birge round green card, I with two shiilalahs crossed, and an Irish potato in the center. Beneath was the inscription, " when you see a head, hit it Miss Eleanor Brading answered the door and Mesdames Wofford and Brading received the guests in the hall. Mrs. Brading wore white wieh wnite roses ana Mrs. vvonord wore black with green carnation. Miss Ellsworth presented each guest with dainry card containing parts of quotations and the complete quota tion indicated partners for luncheon The cards contained also handpaint ed lrisn emblems and tnese were changed every hour. One division being devoted to shamrocks, one to the pipe and one to the pie. Mesdames James A. Summers and ohn A. Muse invited the guests in to luncheon and Misses Fay White side, Nettie Wallen and Audrian Hite served green ices in potato form and white cake with green icing, nuts and green mints following. The dining table carried a rich cut glass vase fitted with green carnations. The guests passed from the dining room into the drawing j room, where Mrs. Allen Harris, Misses Angeline Wofford and El eanor Exum served delicious punch. It is seldom that a more delightful affair is given Johnson City and one more carefully plan ned in all essential details. Sev eral hundred guests were present, STATE OF OHIO. CITY OF TOLEDO, I LUCAS OOUNTT. 1 8S. Frank J. Cheney makes oatb that he Is sen lor partner ot the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, und that said firm will pay the sum ot ONE KUNERD DOLLARS foreach and eve ry case of Catarrah that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J CHENEY. worn to before mennd subscribed In mv Dres ence, thlsoth day of December, A. D lKmv ' NTABY PDBUC Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken lnternallv. and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface of the system, send for testimonials free. LITTLE MINER ALSO St. Petersburg, March 17 Large bodies of Russiau troops enreute for China are concentrated at Bbarkent, about sixty miles west of of Kulja. An official communication announc ing the movement of the troops de scribes it "a test of mobolization." I r WWMf ii 1 ; (njrvriNM. II ' 4HELLER BKOS., state . :mmm Vg&ri-J&S BRISTOL. VA.. TENN. WWM' FDR lOFRCIiL MEETING Thinks It Would be Good Thing for the Couutry atd Help fj the Young Men. Memphis, March 18. Gen. Geo. V. Gordon, commander in chieLconfeder ate veterans, said today he favored a re union of the Blue aad Gray in Mem- phis, so long as it was not an official one. "I believe it would be a good thin? for the country and belli ooiisid erabiy to heal disgruntled feelinss thut , our beautiful streets. ri;h in tan might exist betwten young men north gled verdure and rusty tin cans, and suth. They mustcontinue to live 'fluttering paper and sticks wiH herein peace, and if such a meeting be so nven whh ffulHe3 anJ would briiiR ijood results I favor it. I . , . ,, . I do not favor n official reunion of jawntng .-.'.ysses that no blamed j the Bine and Gray. 1 hardly believe that wiiever bi liald 15ut if my worJ will be of any benefit to such a meet- heartily recommend that it be held, knowing that it would be best ... TVf Ki'a mwl U'txIKtr nmisifif. I iui men i tfii lb a Liu cuciui' vuunt - !nt,xt week to complete arrange -menu f r the annual conlederute reu nion. J le expects a great attendance. I and sai! ijillle ltiKli was Koing to en terlaiu the veterans in splendid stvle, Its double strength cuts the coffee, bill in two, Its superior quality gives it a value double d its jriee. 0 The Reily Taylor Co. tfi L Wew rleans.USa- FEDERAL COURT TERM POSTPONED The March term of the Unit:d States circuit and district courts at Greeneville is postponed from Mon day, March 27', to Monday, April" 3. 'Ipu can't find . KTS. jetterwhisky than lamesE.: for tJwreis NONE STABLtSHED troo 4 50TTLQ IN DCND 4 Full Quarts for $5 Six Years old. Express Prepaid ! For Sale by M. R. MILLER G? CO. Bristol, Va. mvm mi Urn JMlA 11 VJV.'VJ ;f CSJ-,trtLf7 J!Vsl THE COW QUESTION. Were we not encouraged to be lieve that the cow question would be handled effectively withiu the next few weeks without the aid of town officials or the dear pee pul, we would lift our voice above the lowing- herd and utter a few choice remarks in protest. But we see that a "stirring1 11 n of neighbor against neighbor is un- 1 ! . , , . , cow. However ague, can cross over. But why this unseemly j haste to oust the kind faced cow? Even the fragrant pig has come in for abuse by "Length Sufferer and Three Initials." It is a time to be alarmed for the welfare of the sovereigu peepul (or some such darned rot.) When a few predatory individuals break forth against the town's greatest as set and ad, for visitors, and chor tle about tearing down fences it is time for people to part the mass and look out for themselves. SELAII ONLY ONE "BEST." Johnson City People Give Credit Where Credit is Due. People of Johnson City who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a kidney remedy that can be depended upon. The best is Doan'i Kidney Pills, a medicine for the kidneys only, made from pure roots and herbs, and one that is backed by cures in Johnson City. Here's Johnson City's tes timony: Mrs. M. C. Mumpower, 314 W. Poplar St., Johnson City, Tenn., says: " Doan'i Kidney Piils are a splendid kidney medicine and I have no hesitation in saying that they are the best ones to be had for weak back and kidney trouble. I was subject to at tacks of dizziness and nervousness and I was also made miserable by backache. Mornings when I arose I felt all tired out, and although I tried one medicin; after an other, I did not seem to improve. Finally I got a supply of Doan's Kidney Pills from the Whitehouse Drug Co. and they soon made me strong and well." J For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tltn United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. ATTENTION, GROCERY CLERK The ten retail grocers or clerks in J ennessee hrst selling, after reading this, ten pounds of Luzi anne Coffee to ten different cus tomers and sending us the names and addresses of those customers will be sent either a nice souvenir paper weight or clothes brush. Write names and addresses plain ly. Guarantee every pound of Luzianne Coffee. The Reily- Taylor Co., New Origans, La. A Guaranteed Article. Many things are advertised and many promises are made, but it is not always that these promises ire made in good faith nor can they always be kept. With a laxative remedy like Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, it is different. This remedy will cure con stipation, indigestion, liver trouble, flatu lency, heartburn, sour stomach and all other diseases of the stomach, liver or bowels, in old or young. A rich company is behind every statement made. It is absolutely guaranteed to do what is claimed for it, and if you want to try it be fore buying, send your address for a free sample bottle to Pepsin Syrup Co., 119 Cald well Bldg., Monticello, Hi. It it told by all dealers at $oe and $1 a bottle. Harry W. Cease, M.D. J. R. Gardner Practice Limited to Diseases of the AlTOBNEY AT Law EYE, EAR. NOSE BOd THROAT C. and M. Office. Armbrust-Smltl. Uuikllng J Cnire In Burrow Hldp ,2SO Main St. Practices !n all the Courts. 2 Residence: Carter Addition Johnson City Special attention given to Pension Claims O. J. Broyles, M. D. E. B. Hensley 5 Practice Limited to Diseases of the , 9 EYE, EAR, NOSE atd THROAT , ,, Practices In 11 Courts Omen In K'w llurrow Bulldlnir M:iia Street - Johnson City, Tenn. Office In Burrow Block lohmcn Cii; Dr. E. S. Miller S. C. Williams"" f l'HVSIClA.N AND SCItaEON . T Attorney, at Law and Z Offlee: H. C. Miller's Drup Store, Main St. J Residence. King Street SOLICITOR IN CuANCl-KT Hours; 7 to 8 a in.. 12 to li p.m.. 0 to 8 p.m. Johnson City. - - . Tennessee W. J. Matthews, M.D. . a.o.sM Cox & Sells S l ai'SKIAN AND SURQBOS ATTOKNtys Ar Law ani " Phones: Office, 298; Residence, 2(S HOLICITOKS IN CnANCKKY ,,, . , , . , Speciul attention to attracts uiid Htles Office: No. 8o5 Main St. JohnsoaClty Office: Rooms - and llurrow Bl.lK. Wm. Silver D,A' TUiES phu'" PRACTICIKO OPTICIAN Vines & Price 2 Eyea Carefully Examined and AttOBNKXS at Law W Glass. Scientifically Fitted. Practice la all the Courts Johnson City, Tennessee. Johnson City, - - . Tennessee ? S. E. N. Moore Allen A. Holsclaw Attihxet and CouksbijIiOb at Law lawyer Office: Rooms 4 and 5 Practice In AU Courts. Collections Given S Personal Attention z TJnuka National Bank Building, ., , , ,, Room iS-hrc ss IlulKllntr Jonhso.i City. - - - Tennessee Johnson City Tennessee Johnson & Miller W. C. Pierce I AiToiiNEys at Law Justice op thk Peack 2 Office AND NOTART ir CDEIO S Rooms 1. S and 14. tod Boor, Brown Bldg west Market Street Johnson City, Tennessee Three doors from the Southern Rui'witt E. J. Vaught City Barber Shop f Run by first-class White Workmen. 9 ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR We want and are trying toelevate the Bar- 2 Johnson City, ... Tennessee Special attention paid to Claims Office: Room-, Burrow Building Engert, House & Co. SAl-'TARY PLUMBING Steam ana Hot Water Heating Your Work Solid ted 115 V. Main St. Telephone 468 Subscribe For The Comet Tody a nrhvrnorirsncinvrnrrirnvr PURE GOLDEN EAGLE FLOUR. Guaranteed to conform to the Pure Food Act, June 30, 1906 Sparger Mills Co. BRISTOL, , - TENNESSEE. Der profession l.i Johnson Cltv. Come and see us Patronise your own color and heln those that are deserving of your patronage HAMSCII, BKAl, k DVKH, Proprietors Corner Main and BurTslo Streets Hyder's Barber Shor On the Square Near Arlinptoc Hoto. Tour Chairs No Waiting First-class Workmen. Satisfactory Wor Guaranteed. Modern Anpllaneox Neck Shavo Free NAT I1YDKR. Pn.n FOOD!