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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1918.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR PAGE THREE Bank of Commerce Bldg., Fourth Floor. Elevator Service. A Continuance of Our 3rd Anniversary Sale Offering unsurpassed values in Coats, Suits, Dresses and Waists at 20 to 25 Per Cent Discount Smart wearing apparel for women and f misses. If you are planning a Worth While Xmas Gift It would be wisdom to take advantage of this great sale. Is This Your Bill? "The Sins of the Flesh" are punished in this world not in the next. Disease is not an accident, nor is it sent by Providence. It is Nature' . punishment for the breaking of her laws. Hemorrhoids, for example, occasion an infinite degree of discomfort, suffering and misery. So does a fissure or a fistula. But such punishments are meted out to those who sin against Nature in two ways, by neglecting to maintain regular, easy, thorough evacuation of the bowels who form the bad habit of constipation, or what it a worse habit, the taking of pills, castor oil, purgatjve mineral waters, salts, etc., with the mistaken idea of overcoming constipation by forcing the bowels to move unnaturally. But the Nujol Treatment for Constipation prevents such sins ot the flesh, or mitigates the punishment therefor. Nujol helps to re-establish easy, regular, thorough evacuation of the bowels. Nujol is not a drug, does not act like any drug. Nujol is absolutely harmless. Nujol keeps the waste matter soft, moist, and easily voided. Nujol is not absorbed, does not affect the body acts as a mechanical lubricant, which can be used for any length of time. Get Nujol from your druggist. Take Nujol according to directions. Nujol Laboratories STANDARD OIL CO (NEW IF.RSEY) 59 Broadway, New York Warning .-A old onlv in ittles Itfnnnir the Nujol Trade Mark. Insist on NUJOL. You may tij'et from substitute. United StateB Railroad Administration W. O. M'AIKH), Hirer! oMJcneral of Railroad) St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad An Important change in time of Passenger Trains On this railroad will be made effective Sunday, Nov. 17. 1918. the particulars of which" will be announced later. ,. KRAMER, I'ederal Manager. 816 Tire & Vulcanizing Co. GOODYEAR TIRES SERVICE 635 MONROE AVENUE BLUE STREAK At the Curve - GUSTAVUS KIRBY WILL ADDRESS WAR WORKERS FRIDAY Outturns T. Klrhy. member of the war trade bard, Washington, and an International figure In war activities, will deliver the principal addsess at the "et-up" meeting of united war fund workers at the (Joodwyn InatU-te Fri day evening, at s o'clock, according to announcement made Thursday morning by Dr. K. K. vjeorgt. director of the campaign in West Tennessee. Mr. Klrhy will arrive In Memphis Friday morning from Atlanta, and lr. George says he hope there will be a full attendHnce of all interested in rais ing $450. CUO in Memphis aid Shelby county, their quota of the national fund of I2f,n,0iu.n00 W be secured in the Vnlted Mates Nov. 11-18. for the seven welfare orguniiations united In this campaign. All team captains and workers in both men and women's divisions are ex pected lo attend this meeting nt which lists of prospective contributors, pre pared by the executive committee, will be distributed, and at which final In (tractions are to be given for the work Ij. If. Strat'on, chairman of the executive committee for Memphis and West Tennessee, announced Thursday that T. H. Tutwiler. president of the Memphis Sireet Railway company, would head the imlustilal division and that there would be five Industrial tianis. with the following captains Havllae O. La, June H. Kudlaill Frank N. Fisher. M. H. Rosenthal and Col. A. H. Kgan. They will handle all cards of Industrial establishments in Memphis wllh the exception of those connected with lumber or cotton. Col. S B. Anderson, president nt the Ander-soii-Tully company, and Hugh Wynne. nf Abston Wvnne & t'o , will iook alter contribution! from lumbermen and cot ton men. respectively. All teams are being rapidly tilled and those In chnrge of the campaign arc very enthusiastic. Mr. Stratum said Thursday that, although the campaign docs not actually begin until Monday morning, many contributions are al ready being received. He regards this as an exceptionally favorable omen. The campaign among the colored people of Memphis will get a big send off Sunday, when Capt. W. C. Wright, negro veteran 01 me worm ..... iMn colore- p . r mass niceiing ai . .'. Ml captains and workers among the negroes will bold a final "'"'' Saturday at Which rapt. Wright will go over the work with them. 908 WHITE DRAFTEES TO GO FROM MEMPHIS . ..,.. ,kt.,,,..av.ti white una nunnien aim draftees, qualified for general mllltar service, will depart from city brAird No. S Nov. li.and IS for Camp Shelby. Hattlesbnrg, Miss., according to ached -- v,i,,r ti... i.nnr.i chairmen, l he seven bou-ds here will send 1.217 on those dates, ;!) ol wnom win u nc- KfFonowing are the men from board No. 3: N , . r. j. Pave Rosenthal, Kiigcnc rrui", "'". R, Hull, .lames 11. Jovner. Lois anarew Hennlng. John M. MPPiJ. JOnn r. jwrmm .1110. ail'K cannon,-. ,..,.,-., - -- lAtighein. Jr.. Harrv II. Mdwarris and Marlon II rttcnaroH are i-i - ripe hundred nnd twenty-nine white men will leave from hoard No. H Nov. , , - ,. .. aklh Tliev will be null ¬ ified for general military service. Tliev ere: u in i '. inn"-. Koonc'e, Edward K. Hopkins, liirner ,. . i. n.nrn I llnndkins. Uobert M. Buchanan. Frank S. ledgh- ton Thomas C, McLinnen, neiny owj, ! . . . .i - ii M.u,n,n win ii. McCarthy. Charles F. Demuth', Lester W. Sboiise, John 11. l'eters. i.. ... oninr. v..i,. A Maine, Herbert Bowies. Albert A. t, ii ... . i i.- ,1, I.Hiir I Frank Martinez, Herman Tlrown. W II- liam .1. Saunders, noueri n i.o, ' If"" as W. Howell, I,orm Johnson. Mike laimbarili. l'erey W. Tarr. it. m. ins- , i,. t , i 1 1 1 , i . rienrv Thom as Rose, Thomas !'. l'rott, Edward 1'. Alexander, ttaynnrn n. nwuai .,"" E Oiden. Jack Hemming. Otto M Ja cobs. William V. Bingham. Fred B, Qrindler, Alex W. Myers, Louis Rosser, (ins M. Silverhurv. Ardls L. Farrell, Allen H. Baker. Willlntn T. I.anmum, Jr.. Uobert W. Ennla. Naron Fenders, Minion II. Hoggan. I-ce V. Maxvvell, Rohert K Thompson ' an seeieiai, William 11. llltohtngs. John C. Lemon. Norman E. Kelly, Anthony F gorce, ralvln E. Baker, John M. Kirk- patrb k Hli-bard R Lamplielmer. .vom gomery C. Meigs, Hubert B. Moran, Jr., t erry .1, ess. i, inner iJiineuio. um. Mulligan, wiiitam i( nurse, naipn i,.,, .n t. u.nii.uu Wil liam B. Palmer, Oliver S. I'hllyaw, An drew It. Tosh, Harold V. Neff, Robert MOUOnaia. iienrge li. i'oier. nou bnlt T Beaslev, Michael E. MeBrlde, James i Hicks. Fred Cash, Henry Fa dell, Jr., l'.lwood H. Rice. Emery W. Vanslcklc, Simon W. Onpps. John L. Kltigsley. Ouy D. Holt. William H. llng gln, Maurice C. Schwab, Hardy Had don Henrv L. McKnlght, William B. IH.IHMI r'l In Viv Tti.v 1. S.-hnel. der. llaiold 1'. Woods. I'Mward M. Roof- ner. Wiintim A. snennan, .lames v. Mann. Robert W. Calloway, Mike A. Majomanas, Georgs Mlitette, Andrew c. iMcNnignt, wiinani u, jonnsou, raui II. Martin. Iwrence I., l'arkey, Clyde. L utllta)Mt, Felix C. Biirron, Oscar . latise, Horace A. Craven, James 1 . 'nlllSr Cliiinia II. Kilsaell. Camile Colo- nadro, Mannle B Salmon, Cole B. rankiln and RhSUben Howe. CONVENTION FAILS TO PUT IN APPEARANCE list Another convention, Some months ago a convention slated to lie held at the Chamber of Coin- inrroo disappeared and was not found until two days later. Another meeting bus disappeared. Delegates from several Southern states were to have gathered in Memphis Thursday lor the annual meeting of the Columbian woodmen, according to a letter to the Chamber of Commerce from Lloyd Blnford, of Atlanta. Neither Binford tior convention have put m an appenranrc. A letter trom minora, received hv Secretary Hayley, of the Chamber of Commerce, stated that If the Influenza epidemic had not abated the conven tion would be postponed. A letter from Mayor Momeverde was sent Binford assuring him that a postponement or the date was unnecessary. No furthef word has been received from Atlania. In the meantime, where is the convention? Read News Scimitar Want Ads. The Sunrise of Gook Spirits KMU a Til IsMssff 1 m V ssFvanviirydrai HW sTnWMssssMssMimssssW ilmH V tiWtmtW 1 1 1 Mill II 9 m Comes with the morning cup of Maxwell House COFFEE It (tarts the day right Served by hc hotels. Sold by best grocers. CHKEK-NEAL COFFEE CO. ashviile, Rssslijn, Jsekassvills, lichmeni Nut Day Saturday, November 10th Kvery ma, every woman, every little boy and every utile girl must collect and deposit r.uta at some one id the Not Centers, or wherever a barrel is locate,!, foi it is impera tive that the government secure n large quantity of Peach stones, apricot pits, rpune pits, plum pits, olive pits, date seed, cherry pits, butternut shells, Brazil nut shells, walnut shells and hick ory nut shells To make gas maaks fur our armies and our allies' armies. Remember, seven pounds of nuts make enough carbon for one gas mask, and that gas mask may save a life. i t J t ror a Handkerchieis Always make appropriate and aoveptable tfllt Ladles' plain hemstitched line, each, 15c, 20c, 25c ladles' narrow black border hemstitched, all linen, each. 25c. I Kh I and colored embroidered, all line, it In box for 11.00, $1.39. I-Hdios pure linen, embroidered corners, special, li for $1.SS. Ladies' sheer lawn, white or colored, embroidered initials. In a box, for J5c and 50c. Ladles' sheer lawn, white nnd colored niiiiiils, ii m a box, for SOc and 75c. Ladles' pure linen, embroidered Initials, f, for $ 1 .50. Lace edge, pretty deslgna In fine V'ulenclennes, edge and insertions, euelt, 1Sc. 35c, 50c to $1.25. children's fancy figures) soldiers, sailors and animals em- liroidered in colors, all linen, each, 15c. nhiidrtnS fancy figures, embroidered u lors each. 10c. Children's fum v colored, embroklcred ii.-- ns. m .i box, for 40c, 45c and 60c. Men's burs linen. Initials embroidered In white and colors, each, 35c. Men's cambric, colored embroidered Initials. J for 50c. Men's fine cambric, initials emhroldcnd in white or colors. t for 60c. Men s fine cambric, satin stripes, Longfellow initials in white or colors, 3 for 75c. Toilet Accessories From Which gift selections and selection lor persons! use may be made at interestingly low prices Mnry Harden Packages contain Powder, Toilet Water. Kouge, fin fin l ip Stick and 1-niince bottle of Perfume, for .. wlUiUU Man Oarden Perfume, 1-ounoe bottle for $?.'i0 Maiv (lardeii Perfume, 1 -ounce battle $1.25 llonbepmt's Perfume Packages. enVh iSan QuelgUSC Fillers, In packages $4.75 Pyrolian Ivory Articles Hair Itnishes $2.26 to $3 50 Jewel Cases $1 00 lo $7 00 Hair Receiver $1.00 to $3.00 Pnft Boxes '.. $1.00 In $J.oo Pin Trays SOc to $1.75 Combs 60c lo $1.75 Clove Hoses $7.00 Handkerchief Boxes $6.00 Clock! $1 75 to tS fl ''oth Hrushea 1 50 to ti.9 Minors $3.75 lo $5.50 French Ivory Mirrors $5.00 to $7.00 Puff Boxes $3 00 Hair Iteceler $3.00 Hair Urushea $4 25 lo $5.?'i Pressing Combs 75c to $2.00 Furs rospps u pocullur rhnnu th.1t is lit full himmnv 'and our romphtc st'M-kii fenturc muirtpM n?w ivIps tti BlMti Lynx, Vox, Tiuipe Wolf, Seal. Molt nu g4nUliTi, t pl0 nnd m In all thft most beautiful new modolN and .stylea and prlotHi $80 to $375 Fur Section Second Floor. Neckwear Fashions Offering the Styles for Freshening the Costume or .is a Completion to the New Frcck Tuxedo collars In Satin, all COiOW, eR.-li, $1,00. Cowhoy ties, In satin, all colors, special, each" $1.25. Pl(ue waistcoats, each, 75c, $1.25, $1,50. Satin vtees, high and Icy collars, each, $2.50 to $350. CeorgctU veslees. each, $2.00 and $3 00. Monk collars. In latin, nlaln or with fringe, each. $1 to $2.50. Monk collars, in pleated orRnndv. each, $1.00. Lace and net stoc' collars, with abot, eachg0c, 73c to $2.'j0 Net gulmpes, hand embroidered, each, $1.50. Hosiery Offerlna a Broad Selection of Kinds and Prices for Both Personal Use and for Cdfts WOMKN'8 "DAOOBEHT" SILK STOCKINGS. ABOUT WHOLESALE COST, BLACK ONLY, CI LO A PAIR J ,03 This Is our special brand or Hosiery and Is shown in t v weights - medium mid heavy, with flare garter Hp of lis ureau, garter top ami nnje soles. WOMEN'S COLORED SILK LISLE THREAD CO. STOCKINGS. FULL SEAMLESS. A PAIR... 05JC These Mocking are full seamless, of highly mercerised hle thread, with nil reinforcements, In tan, Kussla calf ''..i dovah, dark gray and navy. WOMEN'S LISLE FINISHED COTTON STOCKINGS 1C VERY DURABLE, A PAIR Z3C Of n fine lisle finish, thoroughly reinforced for'Vhe heal service, full seamless, winter weig'it. In black and white WOMEN'S 50c LISLE THREAD STOCKINGS, on. BLACK ONLY, A PAIR OoC With mock seam. In medium w.ight; these stockings are reinforced In every va for the besl wear. MEN'S PURE THREAD SILK SOCKS, FULL 7r REGULAR MADE, A PAIR (DC These So.ks are ex-eptlonttlly good vtluss. of pine Mo, S silk, meoluui weight, full regular with lisle thread inlr forceninnte. black, white and colors, Hosiery Store Main Floor. J Memphis . ri, Christmas Plans Should Be Well Under Way Dolls Now Without which the tiny lots' t hrlstmss is failure: It is high time for everyone to be thinking. spiaMi Me Dolls, each. $i.r,o to $3.00 talking, planning Christmas. Christmas tsocks Hali Klla .lotntod Polls $l.!i"i to $b..".0 i,,,,.,u., .u ..... 1 j ji j . Character Dolls $1.25 to 8.50 "S"0"1 tre are splendidly ready with Jointed Kid Doll $4.50 to $fi.i0 broad selections of useful articles. (Tntircakable Risiiue H'itiisli and Washable .. ,, I.,ll. At i t AO 'eur government Suggests lis a pair of p.Uiioti.,, f, ,,olls -I fs-8 ,0 Z0 evfryon to begin Christmas tljft choosing at once lid I I Bdressed Kewplea $1.25 to $2.25 havs all Christmas packages uoiog out of the citv on iheir Dressed Kowpicg $2.75 1"' ten before that if Hssible I'ndressfd I'cterkllis I1.IS The above must be carried out so that man power mil be I'rossrd Paterkins $2.2. eheved ami transportation not congested 1 f 1 istmii1 an iitfc eaJESMt, .. Taw ' Christmas The Leather Goods Store Is Brimful of Suggestions. Both Practical sod Acceptable ClUMrellS Purses id velvet au.l leather, nil stilors 69c 1. spl.25 W omen's leal her Hand lttrea, black Mild colors, eto Ii 98(1 if 'J" Women's Leather Hand Hags. seal, panther, brlghl and dull ico 1 her. all lilted, eai h - !)Sf to $2o Chiffon Velvet Hand Hagsfin grades, silk lined black and colors, fitted $1.25 1m $17.:) Hrjulfl HRnd Ba, HVenoh mailt', beautiful i-olor lotubtna lions uiul il'fiBiis. fitlfMl n.9." it Shopping Hags, of genuine patent leather, bill' k and . olors. $:.:)() to if! .."n t'ershing's Purse'-,, nssorted colors, fitted f 0 Eft special pneed. each dO.OU Men s Hill folds, 01' genuine lent her. ' lo I compartments, moire and leather lined, MacK and .olors. T.'ic tn $2.." Sdltlicvs' Aocossorios for Camp l sc Military llnishes 2 00 lo $12.50 Traveling Cases, filled S7 00 lo $15.85 Knife. FVii-R and Spoon Sets $1.Rri Trani 11 Mlrrora $1-25 Picture Pmmes 1 ?1 to IX'jO 'uses, unfilled MM Sewing Cases 86c Leather floods Section Main Floor. Jewelry Novelties' Includinn Pieces in Demsnd fo" Peronal Lie and Gift Pin poses, a I Stirling Silver Pencils, plain and engraved Ftylea, each Rosary Heads, pearl nnd Silver, priced from-- $'J.,r)(l In f. '..Dt I Boy Scout Rlnss, sterling silver, priced, each )oi In Boxes, of while metal, priced from 50.' to $1.25 1 'oral Necklines, H-lnch. while and pink, priced $( to $12 card Casts, sterling silver and whit nielnl $2.50 1 $10 liar Pins sterling silver with white stones $1.2.") tn $0.95 Dinner Rings, sterling silver with white atones- $1,95 to $7.50 Service Mines, sterling silver with Liberty Itell ami tine Star, each nrlentsl Heads, in an. I IS Inches, a string 75c to $1.96 Pent'! Pends, wllh gold-filled rliisp, beads In regular and graduated Style- 75c to $1.25 Jewelry Section Msln Floor. 75c 50c 50c iii't Succestions the Needleworker From the Art Goods Store Japanese table covers, hand embroidered in colors. :ifi. is, r,t Inch, each. $2.00, $3 00, $4.00. Napkins to mat. h. 1, for $1.75. Siamped towels, each, SSc, SOc, SSc. HtaillPM) gowns, each, $1.25. ileal Madeira rose point scalloped luncheon sets, in pieces a sel. 50c. diet lace trimmed luncheon sets, 1 pieces 11 net, $3.60. Ileal Madeira luncheon sets, elaborately 1 mbroidei ed, 13 pieces a set, $6.00 to $15.00. Furs i'ossehs a peculiar charm that is in full har mony ami our fomplete stocks feature smart cm new styels 111 black lynx, fox, taupe, wolf, seal, mole ami squirrel, in pieces ami sets, in all ilie most beautiful new models and styles .mil priced from $80 to $375 111 Sccliuii Hueoml Moor. Stationery Artloleftultsble for all Aqes and Alway An.eotable Pencil Hoes file lo $1.50 Children's Hooks 50c Paper Doll Outfits 10c to 65c Healing Wax Sets $1.00 tn $1.50 children's stationery 15c to SOc Stationery, per box 7 60c to $5 00 Stationery Saction Main Floor. China, Brass and Bric-a-Brac I ;ie,t rollers. HAND-PAINTED CHINA l 'like Sets. Hem Wes, A D Coffee Sets, Sandwich Sets. Hon Hon I ilshes. Candlesticks, 1 'heeso and 1 'racket a Sirup Pit, lots. Nut Howls. AMERICAN POTTMY Casseroles, Percolators, Coffee Ma chines, fTara'nolrns, Klectrlc Toasters, KJieotrir Ortlli, trumh Sets. Toast Hacks. Castsis, Wicker Trays. MahOgattV Trnys, .tapanesa Triiys. Dinner Oonga, viaea, Busketa, cut rjlass, Silverware Oesk sets, Ifflectrlc Hons, Chafing Dishes. Ma hogany Nut Sets, Mahogany Pruil Beta, Water Beta, Sherbets. Parfnlta, Ice Tea sets, (loblets, drape (Yults, Canm Jars, Ten I'nti-. Compotes, Hnkliitf 1 ilehes Htegs PI. inks, Sherbet Sels. laPvica Plates, Carvers, Dinner Sels, Hreakf iSI Sets. China ttors First Floor Down. FILM STARS GUESTS OF CITY FOR THREE DAYS From war ctrrHpftndrnt to incvir ftctof In but one of the many Inter esting "Upfl In le life of Montagu Love, artist, nrtor, uportuman and world trav-flr-r, who arrived in Memphis Thurs day morning, uo-ompanlt d by MIhh June Elvldte, Motion pli'ture Htar. and B. A. Schilftf, Sotltharn representative of l.oewV ctrcul, Both Mr, Love and Mini BlViata were to Appear In pereon at lioew LyoeUltt Thureaay afternoon, While, In Memphis several hooIhI cn aaKements have been arranged fur MIS0 I'-lvldRe, while LoTi will eiiajfe some 1 if the cltjf'fi bept at the old Scotch game m local links, During the Boer war Love was war eirrHstiondnt for the London Time, and whs jujo that paper's artist, sev era of hla war sketches appearing, the first to OOmi from the haltlf zone. Lova, prior to hi.' eitlfy Into the film, was well known on the leal ti mate hIsk Both iove and Mins Kividire arc carnesl workers In war work, IIss KlvtdKe, among Other tliinan, having f-acrlficefl her automobile In the Inifreiti of gaso line conservation. For Indigestion, Conitlpation or Biliousness .lust try one 50-cent bottle of LAXFOS WITH PHP8TN. A Liquid Uigestive Laxative pleasant to take. Now made nnd recommended by the manufacturers of Grove's TanteleKH chill Tonlo. adv. COOLER WEATHER DUE, DECLARER FORECASTER Cooler weather Is on the way and may arrive at Memphis Friday nlatit or Sat urday The official forecast for Thurs day night and Friday Is rain. llelutia. slont , came up Thursday morning with the lowest temperatures in the l'nlteil Stnte.u ard the coldest weather for this.fa.il, 1,1 aliove zero. Heavy rains were reported at several points in Western Arkansas. Oklahoma and North l,oulsiana. It waa snowing at a number of Northwest points. EGGS 18c PER DOZEN Quotations from the news of 2G yearn ftgo show Tgs 111 1 Sc per dozen, flour t $. ... per Inirrel The game kind of flour anil Die Hfiine kind of os thai we buy today. Hosiery, during llml Hum, has panned through a period of wonderful development, and yet the beautiful product of loday 1h offered nl but 11 trifle morn than the qtio- tiitiona of yesteryear. . I : 1 v.tn leitrtiM.l tn ! I ..... ,, 1 1 IT I Hosiery as well n Slides al a Shoe Store? yy All our attention is given to the two Items Footwear. Our wonderfully long lines of Hosiery fill every need of every wearer. 11 pays to localize your tftiytng where exclusive attention Is concentrated on so few ipeclaltlei. While. Mack, a doten shades of brown, anolher dozen of gray and as many more of mouse; Hilk. Male. Lace, Rakroldered, Clocked, In Mens, Women'! and Chll dren's. The old reputation for quality, 'Ilie new for price .mil service. Increaaed sales for the year of i)U per cent icll the story. REAP THE NEWS SCIMITAR CLASSIFIED ADS fV7 .BiaiiwtssnsmiuiasHk.- x OF NEW YORK OF NEW YORK (ORGANIZED 1850) PAID POLICY HOLDERS $102,012,415.23 The Manhattan I .i re. renllinn thai those bavins dependents need mors protection si this time, hag drafted a policy suitable to the needs of every one, nnd the rules of Ibis office are to commend the policy best suited to the applicant and nut the one the company would profli mure by selling wii respectfully submit Hie rates beinw for your consideration which are reduced l.y annual dividends. CAN YOU AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT ITT Age (I, per ILOOO.Ofl, I U Age VI. per Ags it I. per A 114, per Age it, per Age !H. per Aa 7, psr ge 2H. per Aae 21. per Are Sti, per Age 11, per Ase K, per Ase 31, per Age 84 Age Age M Age If, A Its 311 pel pei sei per per l.ooo. to. 1,000.00, 1,0(1(1.(10. 1,000 "0. I.oon on, 1,0011 uo, 1, 000. no. 1,000.00, 1,000 00, 1.000.00. 1,000.00, 1,000.00, 1,000.0(1, 1,0(10 00, 1,000 (10, 1 .011(1 no, 1 .000 .in. q M 9 42 .l 0 77 1 II .:'8 10.10 lO.II 10 1 10.M 10.7; 10 HI 11.13 n.n Age S9, per gl.Oild 00, $11.60 A 10, per 1.000.0", It i Age It, per 1,000 1)0, IC.L'0 Au'e 42. per I.OOO.nO, 1.5( Age 4.1, per l.ooo. 00. I J l Age 44, per 1,000.00, IJ.I2 Age 4', per l.miO 00, 1.1.94 Age 46, per l.ooo 00, 14. AS Age 47. per 1.000.00, H.47 Age 48, per l.OOO.fO, 10.40 Age 49, per 1,000.00, 17.41 Age 10, per 1,000,00. U.M Age II, per 1,000.00, 19.90 Age r,2, tier 1,000.00, 21.14 Age U, per 1,000.00. 12 Age .".4, per 1,000.00, 34.77 A SI t- rer 1000 ou, M.7I fft Issue nil the Improved forms of Insurance and our rates nre cheaper tlian moat Oompanlea, We want agents, iiur commissions are the high est Communieats with us. ALFRED BOYD, JR., Manager Mlislssippl snd West Tennessse. 917-918 Bank of Commerce Bldg. Phone M. 5292. READ THE NEWS SCIMITAR CLASSIFIED ADf