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' .. . I .; Legal NOTICE OF SALE, v 'pv virtue of the power of sale con tained in that certaln of Trust executed by A. J. Gibbs and wife Sa- lona Gibbs, on 10th day of Feb ruary l?i6 to W. Marshall Brtdges; Trustee, to secure the indebtedness therein named which said Deed, of Trust is of Record in Bool? 43 aVPage 153 of the Records, of Mortgages and Deeds of Trust for Henderson County and whereas default having been "made iQ the payment of said debt, and. in terest, therefore by virtue of the pow er of sale contained -in said Deed' of Trust and for the purpose of satisfyr ing said debt, interest and cost, the undersigned will on Monday Decem ber 4th 1916 at 11 o'clock a. m. offer for sale to the highest-bidder for cash at the court house door in Henderson ville all the following described tract of land in the City of Hendersooville, Hendersonville township County of Henderson andState of North Caroli na, and being the same land conveyed by' said Deed of Trust and. bounded a? follows: -Mii,i., " The same land conveyed'by C. H. T. Blv and wife to A. JGibba by deed dated February 23rd, 1911 and record ed in Book 71 at Page 30 of the Re cords of Deeds for Henderson County and more particularly described as follows: ' , . - . ' Beginning at a stake on the East margin of 1st ave., W. E. Shipman's N. W. corner and runs with the East margin of said ave. N. 47 1-2 degrwest 62 feet to a stake, General Hender son's corner; thence with Henderson's line X 42 1-2 deg. East 66 1-2 feet to a stake, Henderson's corner; thence with Henderson's line N. 47 1-2 deg. .t 36 1-2 Ml:W5iteS oFsaVd rt whre": ner; mence wiin. uarren's line 42 1-2 deg. East 73 1-2 feet to a stake in Mrs. J. D. Freeman's line ; thence with Mrs. Freeman's line South 42 deg. east 99 feet to a stake, W. E. Shipman's corner; thence with Shipman's line south 47 1-2 deg. west 14S feet to the beginning. This the 31st day ot October; 1916. x W? H.C A T QTT AT.T. TJTJTTWTITT'O - . I W. MARSHALL BRIDGES. ll-2-4tc -Trustee. . , . . ' : -T-j NOTICE OF SUMMONS. State of Norh Carolina, Henderson County. Superior Court Before the Clerk. " W. W. Lyda, Administrator of J. Manly Lyda, Deceased. , ' versus Mary E. Haydock, I. Monroe Lyda Katie Laughter,, Lois Freeman and husband Robert Freeman, Elmira Freeman and husband Judson Free man, Daisy Freeman and husband Wash Freeman, ' Josie Lyda,; minor, Millard Lyda, John T. Lyda, Zache- 1smSg 3sSL- Daniel Lyda,- minor, Sallie Hudgins and liusband James - Hudgins. Stella Rhodes and husband, Oscar Rhodes, May Lyda, Dollie Lyda, minor, Mol lie Lyda, minor Aloley Lyda; minori General Lyda. Laxton Lyda Ceburn Lyda, Jefferson Lyda, Andrew M. Lyda, Rosa H.- Lyda, M&mle Lyda, W. Singleton Lyda, Oscar Lyda, Ellen Pitillo and husband J. V. Pi tillo, Sallie Flack and husband John Flack, Amanda Dalton and husband John Dalton,Madonna Freeman and husband Crow Freeman. T. T. White sides, Jamea W. Whitesides, I. Whit WhitesideT M. L.. Lyda, Mary J. Lyda, James A Lyda. Cleveland & Williams, a corporation. The above named defendants, Isaac M. Lyda, Katie Laughter. James A. Lyda, Jefferson Lyda. ' Cleveland & Williams will take notice that a special proceeding enjtiiled as above has been commenced in the Superior court of Henderson county to sell, to make as sets to pay debts, all the land, or so much as may be necessary, of which J. Manly Lyda. deceased died seized in Henderson and Transylvania counties North Carolina; and let said defend ants take notice that they are required to appear and answer or demur to the petition filed in said cause on the 30th day of November, 196, at 11 o'clock a. m. or relief prayed for in the petition be granted. -' V . This 30th day of October, 1916. C. M.. PACE, ll-2-4tc ClerkSuperior Court; NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Whereas on the 16th day of October, 1W4, F. S. Thomas and wife. Stella R. Thomas executed to McD. Ray, TrusteeT for J. M. Lyda, that deed in trust which is of record in Book 38. page 220 of the records of mortgages and deeds of trust for Henderson County to secure eight notes in the sum of $635.00 each; and whereasdefault has been made In the paymentnf tho notes, now. there-1 fore, hv virtu a nf the nnwer nontainerl in said deed in trust, and for the pur-: Pose of satisfying said notes, interest, cost and expenses, the undersigned will on Friday, DecemBer. 1st, 1916 at 12 o'clock M. at the court house door in Hendersonville, North Carolina, offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash the lands conveyed byJ said deed " in trust which are bounded and described as follows, viz: . - Being in the town of Hendersonville, County of Henderson and State of North Carolina and known and -designated as follows: " ' Beginning at a stake at the intersec tion of East College (now 3rd avenue E) and Grove street on the west side of Grove street and the South side of College (now 3rd Ave. E.) street and runs with College street S. 79 deg. W. 59 feet to a stake; thence S.. 10 deg. E. 154 feet to a stake; thence N, 79 deg. East 59 feet to a stake in the West side of Grove street;' thence with Grove street N. 11 deg. W.154 feet to the be ginning. - This October 31, 1916. r ' " McD. RAY, Trustee. W. W. LYDA!, Administrator of J. M. Lyda, " By Smith & - Shipman, .i Notices - T r- VOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE. Whereas on the - 8th day of April iSSf J' K- WUliams and wife, Martha Williams executed to J. M, Lyda that mortgage which is of record in Book 6T page 165 of the Records of Mort gages and deeds of trusVf or Hender son County to secure two notes in the sum of $50.00 each; and whereas de fault has been made in the payment of the -notes, now, Therefore-, by virtue of the power contained in said mortgage and for the purpose of satisfying said notes," interest, cost and expenses, the undersigned will on Friday, - Decem ber lst 1916 at 11:30 o'clock a.' m. at the. court ".house .door- in Henderson ville. North Carolina, offer for sale to the highest. bidder for-cash the lands conveyed by said mortgage which are bounded and described as f olio ws viz: B. A. Merrell Farm adjoining S. Wil liams, J. V. McCraw and others, begin ning on a water oak, a Williamson's corner and runs S. 1 1-2 West 60 poles to a stone by the road; IhenceN. 87 1-2" E. 16 poles to a black gum; thence S. 49 .1-2 E, 46 poles to a Mack gum; thence N. 20 E. 100 poles tohite oak on top of Lyda's ridge; thenea 1Q2 poies to tne begjnnJngrcnaining 45 acres more, r Uh, 'z s ,Tf- ' This Oetgber i. I9ie. -v -i , W. WALYDA X- Administrator of. J. Lyda. By Smith & Shipman; . .-. Attorneys. ii-2-4tc NOTICE OF FOBE CLOSURE SALE. j First Bank and Trust Co., Inc. - : vs. - " J. C. Sherrill, Madge L. Sherrill and Laura M. Little. , Under and by virtue "of a decree of the Superior court of Henderson County North. Carolina rendered in the above entitled cause at the' November in the undersigned was duly appoint ed Commissioner to sell the land here- inafter described, the undersigned. will on the 4th day of December 1916 at 12 o'clock M, at the court house door in Henderson county in the town of Hen dersonville, -North Carolina, offer for sale at public outcry to the highest bidder for ash all the interest of the ... . above named J. C. Sherrill and Madge L. Sherrill (said interest being an un- i divided one-half interest subject to the I dower rights of Laura M Little) in janao ine lougwing aesciDea ianas, jmeBi paciena finding their way into j Viz: -,,t.. ,;. - r- .. the cider. When this orchardist de That house and lot in the town of 'sires to 'sell the cidVf ltjs drawn -off Hendersonville Henderson - County, North Carolina known as the Little or snernii nouse lying between 4th and 5th Avenues West and more particu lar Iy described as follows r Bounded on the North" by 4th Ave nue, on the East by Pless street, on the South by 4th Avenue and on the West by the Streeper property, said sale being to satisfy a judgment in the above entitled cause. . - - V fT thfe 3fd day 6f NovemVer7l916 W. MARSHALL BRIDGES, ll-9-4tc . ' 7 Commissioner." TO WHOM TT MAY CONCERN r'orth Carolina Henderson County. The undersigned, R. M. Oates and M. C. Letson haveformed a limited part nership under the firm name of M. C. Letson & Company for the purpose of -engaging in the manufacture and sale of harness and saddlery; M. C. Let son beine the active and general partc ner andR. M. Oates special, partner; the place- of business and residence of th partners is Hendersonville, N. C, and the total amount of capital invest ed in the business and the liability of each partner is limited to $2500 and the term of the partnership is three years. M. C. LETSON. ll-9-6tc R. M. OATS. - BRIEFS OF MOTOBDOM. " At racing speeds automobile tires become so hot after a distance of ten miles that they will bum the hand.. The rubber business si said to ex ceed the automobile business in vol ume. One rubber company' has 1,250 men now engaged in erecting jiev buildings. Congress has .authorizedjthe use of motorcycles for'caryirijr United States mail. .... Heretofore only motorcycle's provided with side cars were approv ed. Molasses distillate as a substitute for gasoline is belig niaiiuiactured in Natal, South Africa. A 3,600-pound car made a 500-mi?e trip ubing this new fuel, and averaged 1 C.4 miles to the gallon. , - About three fou't'i" now used comes from of. the rubber rubbe planta- tions in the East. Plant iiion or cultL vated rubber is ' cieauc.r and less ex pensive than' the T" r'l jer gather ed by natives in h9 forests of South America - Extra heavy inner tubes for tourist us and for roueh country are now made' to increase tire efficiency when cars must render hard and heroic ser vice. The tubes the especially thick on the rim side where-pinching must be resisted. Farm and Fireside. 10 CENT "CASCARETS" IF BILIOUS OE COSTIVE For Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, 81uflflih Liver, and Bowels They work while you sleep. - Furred Tongue, Bad Taste, Indiges tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head aches come from a torpid Hver and dogged bowels which, cause your stomach to become filled with undi gested food,v which sours and ferments like garbage i a swill barreL .That s the first step to untold misery indi gestion,toul gases, bad breath, yellow skin mental fears, everything that is horrible ana nauseating. A Cascaret to-night : will "give your consUpated bowels a thorough cleansing and straighten you out by morning.' a;They work whUo you sleep a .lO-cent box from your druggist will keep you tee tn5;cood:tor iaot2iict.j:;:v',- 1 'j -('. - -trom two to three years are wasted. s vu orwage oiuuent in" gaining-a college education, according to Dr. Abraham Flexner ; . others ; agree ': with him. Though most of the 20,000,000 pupils of the United States go only half way on that road, there are 20.000,000 lost ; years 285,000 lifetimes of the scriptural terms. . .. -:.'? - :. In . Dr. Flexner's "modern school" every abstraction - will be' banned; There will, be no "iure''7mathematlcs, no formal English grammar, no Latin or Greek", except as necessary to the Individual, no philological study of modern- languages. Objects will be studied where possible. Learning is to be made practical. 7" . .. Three out of four pupils have no gifts for mathematics. Beyond " the arithmetic they will need, keeping them at it breeds disguest. Not one college student in twenty gets from, years f stmdy enough Latin Qr Qrgejg to, appre ciate the language or ft remember more than a few words of 1 later. Useful study "trains the mind as well as useless study and better, Every ntyersity man knows how much more work men do in professional courses .4thaain tM classic firtnfl. ; wa seems radical to old-fashioned people, yet, Dr. Flexner's -propo- sal is accepted coollv enough hv leacner s uoiieee exnerts. Ex-Dresi- j dent Churchhill of the Board of l3duca- uvu ko aiuiusi enmusiasuc. iTesiaent Wilcox is sympathetic. Educational science has, in fact, made so much progress that its expounders are no longer afraid of a proposal because we did not do things that way fifty years ago. Why not a better way. New York World. ADVERTISING BEINGS CUSTOMEBS Farm and Fireside, in an article ad vocating the use of the malls by farm ers to bring business, gives several examples-of men who made money by advertising their lprpdudfs. ' In, tthei article this occurs:. . "At this point I entered the conver sation. I "told them about a man in northeast Kansas who sell , all of the crop from a 100-acre apple orchard by parcel post. He makes cider of all of the apples he can't sell for $1 a bush el. The freshly pressed apple juice is heated to 160 degrees Fahrenheit, and put into clean, scalded barrels. IThe barrels are sealed to prevent fsx- j from the barrrels, heated,. to 160 de- grees for hall an hour and bottled in quart bottles. Most of the cider is sold in pasteboard cartons which hold six quart bottles. Each bottle is wrapped in . paper. This prevents them from striking against one an other and breaking. . "A traveling salesman then told us about an Indiana farmer who is sell ing butter and eggs by mall. He. said that if sometimes cost his friend 50 cents to get a customer, but that re orders soon cut down the expense' of the first advertising. According to the traveling man this Indiana busi ness farmer could - afford to pay as much as $1 apiece to get customers. In other words, he could afford to pay $6 for an ad that only brought six orders if he could keep the trade of those six persons." THANKSGIYING DAY IN THE BOARDING HOUSE. Twas " quiet O, so quiet! in the house the whole day long! No vagrant lilt of -laughter, not a bit of mirth or song Was echoed through the hallways, not a hearty call or shout To break the dreary silence ; not a soul was stirring out! - ; The. faces at the window pane grew sad and turned away There's something kin to tragedy that mars Thanksgiving Day. v' The Alabaster Lady and the Gent with Russet Shoes, Admitting they were indisposed, de nied tluv- had the blues; " The Blonde with All the Finger Rings ran lightly o'er the keys With "Promise Me" but yielded to the Manicure's "Please!" And when the postman went his way and left them naught but gloom, They, one by. one, slipped out ana sought the solace of tneir room. And when, at night they potfndered on the mock rv of it all. The Shabby One who occupied the al cove of the hall, Threw wide his door and softly played upon his violin The sweet refrains that-touched the spot their mem'ries linger in The sorgs of -home and faces gone, that's writ for those who roam, And wha-shall.say they did not spend Thanksgiving Night tit home! John D; Wellsf in Woman's World for"November. j THIS MUSIC TEACHER GETS MOKE PUPILS BY HER AUTO. The November Woman's Horn Com panion 'Telates an anecdote about a music teacher who had to. use an auto-i mobile to reach her pupils.. The teacher says; - -'" -VWe bought our car for pleasure; but wv found it waa more expensive than we had thought for. I was not very strong and myhusband and doc tor both thought driving and heing out In the air would be good forme. And so it has proven. -. ' ' i. "I taught music here in town when I could get pupils; but there were: too many teachers here for the numberjpf pupils and we all just had a few. Nqw I drive out fifteen miles to a good country school wbere I have all of : the pupils 1 can teach,: pay the expenses of the car. and on an average make fifty dollars month clear. I go two day? a week. When-school closes I go tc 'vheir. homes." . : . ; . - '-r ' - ' Some women evidently . go to the opera merely to hear themselves make 4J 1 - RACE STH0NG. By Dr. T. M. Jordan, of the North Car. olina Healfh Department. 'S, 1 Medical, inspection of r school chij- dren deals - with the most-vital nhasft j of the problem of rural"health the health and Welfare of children . It lias ever been and .will continue to be no doubt, and it is a fact of the very greatest significance, . that most of our best human material for lead ership both ; for cities and the country must stili come from the farms, hence the urgent ; necessity for correcting the .defects and conserving the health or our rural population. ".' For the most part the raw material to supply the needs of civilization in cluding the best human supply must continue to come from the soil. --This is in accordance with tlje great uhi-( versal law of life. - Medical Inspection- has already in certain cities an3" States demonstra ted the fact-that it is worth while in the affairs 6f. government in preserv ing the lives of nations and mankind. About four hundred citiea and several States have adopted Medical Inspec tion regularly in their public "schools. It exists in Pennsylvania and at a large but unbegrudging cost to the tax. payer. It lives in New York City to demenstrgte the fact that rural. New vyt Ia not as ieaithy n place to prow into womanhood and manhood as the city, even including the slum districts; the death rate , of the city having since the adoption of Medical Inspection taken a lower number than the rural death rate which was formally the lower of the two. For these reasons we believe that country children de serve as careful cultivation as crops and live stock. It is recognized more clearly every day that the public . school Is the strategic agency to provide for the children of each community not onjy the best possible methods of: general education, but" also the best available standards for the care of their per sonal health and the communal health as well. - ' The reason that we have stumbled along all these years in the work of the ; preservation of health' and the prevention 5 of disease is due to the fact, that we have neglected during child life to properly teach the im portance of doing the things that will prevent disease. They are so slmpl3 that the practice of them fails to in terest grown-ups. Teaching hygiene and sanitation tQ grownpeonlg is like you cannot make a fit It is like- changing an old man's politics or an an old man's religion, you cannot make the lesson stick to the polntjrt prac ticing. Grown wolks are willing to ad mit the facts, but believing to the point of practicing is altogether a dif ferent proposition. When we believe we act We vote a certain, ticket in most instances because our parents were of that party and , we grew to manhood believing in tfiat party. The same is true of church affiliation; we grow to mature age under certain church influences and they1 become " a part of our-belief and we attach our selves to the churches of our parents because we come to believe" in! them, hence the time to educate to. the point of believing and doing is in childhood. Medical Inspection is a lesson to th child that he will 'never forget and a lesson that will impress him as long as he may remember it, that his life is worth while and tha't it his job to take care of it. - If rural America is to continue to be a satisfactory nursery of human life for the nation, it .must-be made healthful and attractive: It must pro vide conditions favorable for the cul tivation of the best . The improvement of human health and welfare in rural America, is a problem of the very greatest signifi cance in relation to our national, wel fare: It-is a problem, affecting na tional safety, national prosperity, na tional perpetuity. It is a problem dealing; -with the most essential and the most endangered of all our na tional resources. Those who have watched the rejections at the recruit ing stations upon the calling out of our National Guard cannot but view with alarm the great number of re jections for service at the front of our young North Carolina manhood. This brings us to another phase of this question. What is the duty of our government in regard to this most vital subject With the foregoing facts before us it is manifest that no longer can a government delay the doing of the acts that would go farther toward preventing so many rejections of applicants- for service than any other means it could employ. No: factor is of greater fundamental importance for securing national preparedness either fnr- npflr.fi or rjossible war than the 'rearing of a hardy, healthy manhood. and the greatest factor in wis wum is the Medical Inspectoin of children entering public school and the correct tion of defects and errors af a time of life when lasting mental and, physical impressions can be made. The child is like a plant; you may straighten the crook or curve in the young tree and it will remain and grow to; ma turity in that position, but wait until full grown and you . can neither fiirjriffhten or 7 correct the defect of growth, nor would It remain and ben efit If you could. . T : -In addition to the Medical Inspec tfnn nf the children in North Carolina It,o tin riirGPtion of the State Board of Health in the counties where such work Has" already been .done, there has been also a campaign in connec. itin with the inspection of teaching Bygiene and sanitation," with, a view j to the application of these two im J portant practices to the lives x of in- dividuals and "" communities, and ' re j ports from the work to the department ara vfirv Aricourasins. :" ' - " .' -.-. -, "1 ; ' - " "- Said the teacher to the little Hebrew boy: '-' " ' "Ikey, is the world, flat or round?" "It ain't needer vun, teacher," said Ikey- '.' '-':"" "But what is It. Ikey V asked the teacher in surprise "If it is neither I ell,rt - -said -lkey t-cbhviclIon r. 'talne f adder, he says It tos crooked.? I, 111 -One : Cent a Word Insertion . TWO HALLET & D AYIS HANDSOME - pianos to close out at cost. One of them a player and one a straight piano See S. Maxwell or.C. H. .;: Moore at once. , We can, give ; terms . if requested. '. -, . 10-26-3tc PIANO INSTKUCTIOirS Mrs. H. D. -Nicholls, Blue" Ridge SchooL 10-26-tfc FOR SALE Two milk cws and one buggy horse. D.. S; Pace. 9-7-tfc FOR BENT Five room house witfc bath on. Third avenue 'East, $12.50 - per month. jCall ; 233-L. 8-3-tf c FOR SALE My home on Sixth avenue West. A bargain if taken at once. , S. J. Harris. . . - ; ; 9-21-tfQ, ARE YOU TBOUBLED With Mosqui toes; flies and otiier insects Get a bottleFrlersons Fly Driver and In- feet 'gxrniinator from Hunter's Pharmacy, it a. pleasing egor, not poisonous. - 7-27-tfc FOR ROOMS AND BOARD FOR THE winter see Mrs. Bartlett Shipp. Rea. - sonable rates. Corner 4th avenue W " and Justice - street, -1'Linden" cotr tage. : ' , - - ll-2-3tc WANTED IMMEDIATELYA lVhite woman for general" care of a home with two people of refined charac ter. Must be neat and of good character and'a good cook. Right . wages to right-party. See Dr. A. II. ."" Morey or- address Geo. H. Warner, r Tryon, N. C. 10-26.3tc FOR SALE 2 Two-horsVwakons- 1 one-horse wagon at a bargain. Ap ply to Carolina Oil and Supply Co. - Phone 40. " ' 9rl3-tfc WITH Elhanan May Change Hands. It is understood a local party is ner gotiating for the purchase of Elhanan Institute. He has offered $16,000. fpr the property and if he gets it he will make great improvements. . This build ing was erected -several years ago lor a hotel t but was nevercompleted. It is one of the most beautiful spots in western North Carolina, and if it changes- hands it Is hoped It will be developed into "a summer resort Ma rion Progress. Charles 3Iott Captured. Rutherford, citizens remember the hullabaloo created last summer when Policeman J. T. Smith arrested a man supposed to be Charles F. Mott, want ed In- Onondaga county, N. Y., for fraud, and kept the suspect in jail at Rutherfordton for several days. Noth ing more was heard of Mott until a few days ago when his capture was effected in Paraguay, South America. This time it w.as the sure enough Mott and he is now safely in jail at the place of his crime. When arrested he had only $800 on his person. " His chase to Cuba, Panama and into' South "Bodssa's M Tcs8": Starts Ycsr JLivsr Belter Tfeaa Galeae! and Dc2SB't - Saiivats cr Uab Yea Sicfc Listen id nve! Take no more sick ening, sal ivating calomel when bilious or ac-nstipated.. Don't 'lose a day's work I -' Calomel ia mercury or quicksilver .vhicli causes necrosis of the bones ralomel, when it comes' into contact "ith sour bils; -crashes ' into " ft.; breaking -t up. Tliis ia w!:en you feel that awful lausca and crampin. If you are sljig zish and "&W : knoeked out," if ; your livers is torpid and" bowels' constipated or you nave; neaaacne, aizaoess, ciu tongue, if breath is bad ior stomach sour just taka a: spoonful of harmlesa Dpd? Western MeeMms JOB PI GALOUE L IS lERCllBY! ilfsfpf Sillil A f utt saijjs uutuAr large : noa stofe, new; also- cook stove, new." - W. N. Flanders. . ; 10-26-3tp. wntfr--jinu vmt oinjefc x i vyciij Am Mn tn Ann m . . r M f n.i J - : about three acres, condition fine and fertile.' About " one ; hundred and fifty fruit trees, finest fruits, consist- ing of apples, peaches, pears,' cherV rles, apricots, plums, hlmalaya ber-, ries, grapes, strawberries, etc.:Terma. easy. . If interested see or write G. :Cr Hampton, Hendersonville. N.'CT y, c-'-'r. 6-8-tfc THE UNDERSIGNED ? can supply a limited amount oiX- excellent milk la , .quantities otmot less than one gal- Phone 113-L. : - 8-10-tfc.- FOR RENT Two ste&m heated &its ' hot and cold water, with basement space. Also eignt room nouse op-v posite Methodist church. - VavaN 10-5-tfc. FOR S ALE Beantif ol ' White:: Black Spotted Pony, buggy and harness: Mrs. J. W. Williams, Hyman Heights, Phone 35ft.' ; " - 9-28:tfc FOR SALE One heifer 12 months old, large for age and three-fourth3 Jer- Price $40.00. Also one two-seated Studebaker carriage with pole and , : shafts. In "good condition. Price 50.00. Wm. Lott. Flat Rock Road . - 6-23-tfc - FOR BENT Three Booms and Bath " with hot and cold water, electric" -lights. . Furnished or - unfurnished, Suitable fnr liht honsekeenine. , An 3E2 n THE America was one of the most thrilling PreSS. ; ." ' .; V. :r: :. o-l -r TT'.l i 1-t rTCArit nlano rfn nftt fail SAlllfla- xtrill ViUvo o mndortl Tintpl T PTt fm-rlT ' C'anitniiRfs havo ra Ar.r.M-f no dtft and nlans ara' "hoirnr madirr It will Vhntain? 74 rooms ana duui 01 oncx ana con-. ji etc. xu- win ue u an me ;cai fcoui y To Build Fountain and Court. v Mr. Leign coiyer, lanascape artist, hwith members of xhe civic League wun I VZHtl.k fl 1.1 I MM II1UUUQCI1 UCAUUllLaUUU - W v v X" " . 1 II - - . W 4 1 - or t n o niiniin cniirFB wir 1 fiivp.r khv . gested that two oblong courts be built with driveway between, the fountain to ' west. In all probability this plan wilF- he adopted. Members of the league , ai. Q uiuvu cuAiuijigcu at wt-icsyuuiso they are receiving' from business men of the town. - Over $200 has already;; l-i eon n Dfnroil nn tVi rrnr nnrl " fnnn- mm NO. 6..;. IT SICKENS ! IVER LIKE DYnAOl TE son's Liver Tope. . Take a spoonful t- .ImU ..W .nil '-. Mini'. fnr i - m A anil ' I lilll V Uil ttliu tvu A-i uuc; wiu back to tne store ana get your money. T1rtttrT,o - f Avar Tnm ia A&ai-.-rnvincr tJA' b.!a vf to1iMiaAT (uinAiiaa if la ml I'll trof illif i ' can noi eanvate or majte twu.bick. t : T flfnamntm f ha t:tno snnrmfnl nt -rVw.-.. WIUB JBiTCI Jlr (IUi o' 'ro -,, T T rTirt . T f 1 .a.mm: alflAwinah . that sour - bile and constipated waste . vavL you feel miserable. I guarantee, taat Mlf"I- VlHir. EllldlC IMUttT. tWtUl.MU., AVk monias..' viyc ifc w j"-1 .-. - n-z-4tc Attorneys.