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Thursday. NovtMUhK 7, nig.
THE NEWS SCIMITAR PAGE SEVETT. Millions Use 1 1 It For Colds t. ' ru r -J' t: . . i : jcttiusc rape uiu uinpuunu relieves coiu ur grippe misery in irfew hours Reallv wonderful! EMM, itll ftu-fed-up! Quit olouins: and snufflint A dNM a sever bdm either m the head. It promptly open clogged -up nos r.ls and air .sr.- ctopti nasty di?;- harg or Rum running ; reltavtfl sUk headuf-he. il ul! nest, feverislincss. t-oro throat, siutiing, tonnm and stiffness. Papa's Com ronipountl" la th niiirkest, surest relief K t i and costs only few cents at drug stores. It ! nets without asslnt.ir.re, tastes nice. and ranses no. inconvenience. Pont aroepl a subsntute. Insist on 'Tape s" nothing else. adv Why Putter With Corns? Use "Gets-It" Common-Sense, Simple, Never Kails Tou ran tear out your Morris and suf fer, or you ran peel off your corns nnd smile. The joy-peeling "ray is the "Gets-L" way It u the only happy. ,u" ( way In the world. Two drops H&D STUFFED FROM J CATARRH OR A COLDJ Om Drop" on Thai Corn-U "Geto-H" ad the Cera U "Goar"l of Gets-It" on any corn or callus dries at once. The corn finally loosens off iljim the toe, so that you can peel it off with your fingers In one piece, pairi '.ossly. like peeling a banana. "Great stuff, wish I'd done that before." There's only ono corn-peeler "Gets-It." Toe:, wrapped up big with tape and bar.lages. toes squirming from irritat ing Salves. 11 a 1111 U lldiuillllj. linj w.jinded by razors and knives, that's butchery, ridiculous, unnecessary. rJan isoious. Use " lets-It," the liberty way simple, painless, always sure. Take no chances. (Jet "Gets-It." Don't b? insulted by imitations. Sea that you get "Gets-It." "Gets-lt," the guaranteed, money back corn-remover, the only sure way, costs but a : rifle at any drug store M'fd by IS, Lawrence & Go., Chicago, 111. Sold in Memphis and recommended as the world's best com remedy by A. Kenkert & Go.. Battler's Pharmacy, J. K. Robinson Drug Co., Waahburtt Lyle Drug Co. and Moseley-Uoblnson Drug Co. Say Crpam Applied in Nostrils Onens Air Passages. Kieht I'd. t S -fr S "i 5 rl v v i' JHJv Instant relief -no watting. Ybur clogged nostrils open right up. the air passages of your head clear and you can breathe freely. NO more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness. No struggling for bream at night; your cold or catarrh disappears. (Jet a small bottle or Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It pen etrates through every atr passage of Ihe head, soothes the Inflamed or swol len mucuoua membrane and relief comes instantly. It s just fine. Don't stay stuffed-tip with a cold or nasty catarrh. adv. YOU CAN KNOCK OUT THAT COLD Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey Will Help to Do It. What's more, it will help Nature to do It quickly and thoroughly, lou can tackle any cough due to colds or bron chial irritation with Dr. Bell's Plnc-Tar-Honey with full assurance of quick relief. A few cents invested In a bottle today and a few minutes spent in reading the directions will mean readiness for a cold when it comes along. The bal Batnic. soothing ingredients help Nature to loosen coughs due to colds. Try it. 30c, 60c and $1.20. St. Luke's Guild. All members of St. Luke's guild arc requested to attend an U' rtant meet ing Friday morning at :':j o'clock li: the parish house. Riverside School. The Uiversid" Parent -Teacher asso ciation of Riverside, school will mot Krlday afternoon at 2:30. All members are nrgd to attend. . Woman's Club Meeting. The first program meeting for the season of th. Memphis Wo. nan's club will be held Friday morning at 10:10 o'clock with lira, 8. II. Leatherniun 110 Cnlon avenue. Miss liuisr Looucv will give an address on "Patriotism. ' Mrs. T. B, Anderson will talk on "Our Allies' and 'our Wag" will 1- dl cussed by Mrs Battle lias at ana Mrs. H. R. Loathe rmart. "The Podunk Limited." A eome.lv ot rural characters and r, musical entertainment in which a number of juvenile aitlsts will take part will be given at St. lirigid s hall, Overton street, Tuesday evening. Nov. 12, at 8:1S o'clock, Y. L. I. Gymnastic Class. The chairman of the Y. L. I. gym nastic dan calls a meeting for Sun day morning at 10:15 o'clock of all those wishing to tuke active part In this work. St. Faith's Guild. An important meeting will be Pel,! by the members of St. Faiths guild in the crypt f St, Mary's cathedral Friday morning at 10 o'clock. An In- talk will be given Missionary Society. The Woman's Mlstnonao moiety of Central ttapti-i church will hold the regular month', meeting Friday alter noon at I o'clock with Mrs F. I shore. "I I'arruther court. A full attendance is .'.rsltv.1 bv the cbaOTJian. - Lauderdale School. The Lauderdale l'at -nt-Teaeher us so. In I ion will hold an important meet ing Friday afternoon nt 3 o'clock at the school. AVOID rtFLU" AND TO ALL WOMEN WHO ARE ILL HERE'S QUICK RELIEF FOR YOUR TIRED, STRAINED MUSCLES This Woman Recommends Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg etable Compound Her Personal Experience. McLean, Neb. "I want to recom mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Ve-geta- oio compound to all women who suffer from any func tional disturb ance, ns it has done mo more good than all the doctor's medicine. Since taking it I havo -a fine healthy baby girl and have traiimil In health and strength. My husband and I both praise your medicine to h1 suffering women." Mrs. Jpn.v Koppei.mann, IL No. 1, McLean, Nebraska. This famous root and herb remedy, i.yiiia F. pinkham's vegetable Com pound, has been restoring women of America to health for move than forty years, luid it will well pay any woman who suffers from displacement, in flammation, ulceration, Irregularities, backache, headaches, nervousness or "the blues" to give this successful remedy a trial. For special suggestions In regard to your ailment write Lydia E. I'lnkhnni Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass. The re sult of Its long experience Is at your service. PNEUMONIA B, I MUflffi NOSE HERE end THERE Lieut, nod Mrs Fontaine Mocro will leave Thursday for Columbia. Trim,, where tin v wiil visit Mrs. Moore's fam ily for a few day before Lieut Mew proceeds to lou Mctlenry, Md., for only In a gernu!ent reilamation hoa-pital. Misses Gladys und I'.. gin., llliwh, of ('hi, ago. will arrive Sunday to spend scv. rai days With relatives en loute to Ne Orleans, where they will be the guest! of Miss Harriet Mayer. Jas. J. Carrigan & Co. Lervthlng Thai Swims. FRE8H TODAY". Freat Salt Water Mullet. Snapper Throats, Fresh I'resied Buffalo. Fresh Dressed Cat, Fresh Red Snapper. Freeh California Red Salmon, Fresh Lake Trout, Froxen UalUbut, tVoreri Mackerel. rTogeh Ponipano, l-Yozen Blue Fish, Smoked White Fish. Smoked Finnan Haddle, Oyatera, Green and Boiled Shrimp. Live and Dressed Chicken, Live and Dressed Hens, Live and Dressed Spring Ducks, Live and Dressed Geese 4S N. Fronl St. Phone Main lit. adv. London Epidemic of 1891 Proved 01. Eucalypti (Euca pine Salve) Is Most Effec tive Preventive Known. Cej mil your )ar of Kucaplne Kalve or, if you lone none, is.. I" the nearest dttig , tere .il once and gei a family jar oil this well-known noee and tbroal atari User. KterllU. in. nlng and night b ' sniffing the F.ucaplne up Into to tioa' trlls and back into the throat, whence j it will sji id i i the larynx and tonalU thus ster '.'ng the ti.-- and throat. Tin chl Ingredient of Finapine Halve is Oleum Kucalyptl, the nonnolottotis autUepilt'. khose power to prevent In t'hienia as iii si dlaeovered in the Lon don eplden . of lh?l In addition, Ku- capiiK .i v.' contains just eiio.igh cam phor, menthol and oil of whit pine to make it nothing, healing and delight ful to ii... e Fen Ihe babies enjuv it. Ask it ii v well-mioi med nhvslo.ui and he will t.il you that Kuesrlno, though rlaiitiiliv designed In the nose and thriavi ppectalist for Ihe mother's Use with hei chlldreu in .olds, croup end to prevent pneumonia, is the best and most agreeable antiseptic ou can ttss to gteriilie the no.se and throat of young and ok! alike Note one application of u.e product ferreil io above vterlllTes the afr pass ages tor about l: bout against dis eas m cieitriicled through Hie llosi and throat Vn) druggist can supplj voii for nail a dollar. adv LETTERS FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS Y MR. W. C. JOHNSON. - . I When your muscles become tired and swollen and the joints become stiff, your circulation poor, and your suffer ing makes you Irritable, an application of Sloan's Liniment gives you quick relief kills pain, starts up a good cir culation, relieves congestion. It is easier and cleaner to use than muasy plasters or ointfhetits, acts quickly and does not clog the pores. It does not stain Ihe skin. For wprains, strains, bruises, "black and blue'' spots, Sloan's Liniment re duces the pain and eases the soreness. Certainly fine for rheumatism, stiff neck, sciatica, lame Back, toothache. You don't need to rub It penetrates. Its use Is so universal that you'll con sider Sloan's Liniment a friend of the whole family. Generous slao bottles at druggists' everywhere. 30o, 6"C $1 20. Try This If You Have Dandruff There Is one sure wav that never fails to remove dandruff completely and that is to dissolve It. This destroys It en tirely. To do this, U8t get about four ounces of plain, ordinary liquid arvon: apply il at night when retiring; use enough to moisten the scalp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all. of vonr 1 dandruff will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely dis solve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of p, no matter how much dandruff you may have. You will find, too, thai all itching and digging of the scalp will stop in stantly, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and nott, arid look and feel a hundred times better. Vou can get liquid arvon at spy drug store. It is inexpensive, and four ounces is all you will need. This simple remedy has never betn known to fail. adv The morning paper, Nov. t, hail a notice of a lecture course by Dr. Lilian W. Johnson on t he subject of the wom an's land army, beginning Nov. 20. Ttiis notice is not quite correct and would be misleading, so I take this emu-tun tv of straightening out mat matter and suggesting some others in connection wllh the united war work campaign her. and now. ' he Tuexi a v c ass relerretl to lie- gins Tuesday, Nov. 19, at C South Kellevuc. and is open not oniy io v. in Scouts, but to any gltl thoroughly in (created in taking training in a sort of officers' training course In that noble armv of Birls. 1'n North col lege graduates have been the first to enlist, it Is popular with the finest til ls. The blbertyvth farm, before da- acibed here, bad room tor in girl work ers, and this, summer L!00 applied. Tile c'ags at ti South Hellenic will give credits for studies which later may turn Into real railroad fares, etc.,, ,'l;30 to Ii n.iii. Tin .lass for adults, which meets the same duy and place. 1:80 to p.m., is not, as announced, for study of (lie land aitny, but for study of social hettermeni nnd outlook in gen eral, a Clearing house of ideas, or w hat we call a "klnco," which Is a new word Indicating an interest In a so cial "kingdom come on earth," for whl"h we should strive as well as pray. Not more than one-half the time will be lu iirogiur.i, the rest will be gen eral discussion. Regular club meetings are aid io be filled with detail. A klhOO ' leaving house of ideas is a re view of the map social. The Parent Teacher association is responsible for baglnnln; both ulaaati. but people who really care to know how the riddles of life are being answered, who "like this sort ot thing, urn welcome. We doubt If th" class Is crowded. Nature Is light now having a most glorious kinco In th" woods and fields io which we me all invited, and thuugl t attend almost dally. 1 do not find Crowds, even on holidays. We adults torgat. one thinker says we let the springs of yur joy in life get clogged Willi leaves from tile adult forest of woes. Old woes are Indeed dead le-ives. Let us celebrate by eleu ing qui the springs ot our gladness in victory days style, 1 know a man who said he would like to celebrate our victories by hav- Money Loaned at 6 On Personal Indorsement or Collateral Group All Your Debts to Meet the Requirements of the Retail Credit Men's Association Repay at the Rate of $2 Weekly On Each $100 Borrowed To meet the wartime demands, the increases in the costs of merchan dise and labor, the retail merchants have found it necessary to ask that all bills be paid by the 10th of each month. I 'nder the Gammon System you can borrow enough money to pay all your bills at 6 per cent interest, repayable in convenient weekly "r monthly installments. This will allow you the opportunity to readjust your financial matters to meet the new conditions of retailing. Vou can satisfy all your creditors at one time and have sufficient money from your earnings to meet future purchases. The small weekly or monthly sums required as repayments on your loan would be considerably less than if you were to attempt to scatter your pay ments among your creditors throughout the period of one year. Hor row money on your personal indorsement your Liberty bonds or other collateral satisfy all your creditors keep your credit good. Ask Spencer Ogilvie About the Gammon System Memphis Savings and Loan Corporation Goodwyn Institute Madison and Third SOCIAL CORRESPONDENCE PAPERS Craat'l beit piperi, lo pound foodi, nnd thin oeperi for writing "over there". Worth-while monogram dctigna, street addrenei, cotu-ofarmi. i. C. TOOF & CO. laitrau DO YOU KNOW ME? If yon don't, I'h time we (tot acquainted. It wfll bo to our mutual ailvnulage. on want nice clot lies, I want more customers. Vou sec onr interests should draw us together. I cun'l perform mira.li-, I can'! sell ini'i IninilKe for p than cost, hut I can -oil you coals, gulls, huts, tlrtxows, furs, waists, skirt, etc., nt u price (lint will net mo .1 reasonable profit anil at the same (lino sat isfy' you Willi llieir iikmI eroto prices. In fad, I guarantee to gelt VOII In 'I'- crmle ladier' .-oadv-lo-wcsr as low ns the oilier high grade stores, and In som cases lower. Xow, III main reason we ghonld get acquainted is that I um not onlv anxions to sell you, hut I am willing, Mini niivlous to extend yon credit, without the usual red (an, reference or ill' estivation.. 'onl, sar. to ISO: Sinits. 2ff to ttlMH Dresses. $17. SO to 1160; Mat-.. 97. .V) to uno: Cnra, IBB Io 200; Waists. S to 2."; Aklrt. IT.80 to (AM. Mrs. Miller's Millinerv Shop. 2.KI S. Main St., near Linden. ing n procession on Main street. A wont u objected: "That means com mittees ot arrangement telephoning, tunds. i.ei Us i,e quietly joyful, each I his o, h, r heari wills." May t siiutrcit M ioviol .i.ioit ioii.il, e- So main people 'have worked we'll. gloriously, and are tired and rcajlv need more sleep, and try to count sheep going over a wall and employ other MOthlng lUggeatlon. Trv iooblnx hi various pleasing (onus of light and think ol how the llglu of truth and lighl lliill llourish better fr.e our i.a. tlonal efforts. Think of Intallaetml light, bill lisik nlso st natural liulo and think about Its beamy. Just beau- ij, nun s.i or sing yourself to sleep with this. 1 "The eyea of the bouses of my friends Smiled en me as 1 passed tonight. And a strip ol the I ky where the road way ends Was smiling runsel llitlil The star- seined friendly an lliev tame, Bach smiling forth from the spaces deep , Oh light, we arc cradled round with love. And I lay me down to sleep, Biihk these words to the class and wo will teach you the tune, i ir try It without the tune It Is soothing. Then', when you wake up In ihe morning, re' freshed, oii will want Io spend davllght all vou can snare, working for the best life of your nation In the, reconstruc tive days This vv..r work Campaign represents an effort new to history, glorious. We have found autonomy of tvpe Is good. As In a flower bed. If .aeh Ivne I standardlied and true, li l.-JieKer there should be variety, raeo, a, Ivpes of work, are a! going to beiffflt by new value i placed nn autonomy, todtiv. We null,, in this war work campaign on a brnad, kind plan. Such n follow up of war wllh morale, With beam of spirit, with spiritual ear of heroes, never happened before in the world! Who --iii kingdom come Is go1 nearer? One may be sine thai the war's brave men and women will not foiRrt in tlni'1 of peace the organisation! thai aided the. u, but now it is our privilege to keep the fore, s going hlch for (lie first time in the history nf'tn WorM constantly remind the lired soldier, In the grim business of fighting, or the monotony of watting when he cannot go out nnd earn "irii pay for extra need, that he is "cradeld round with love," of earthly as well as heavenly helpers. Yes, we should he glad, now, very t'lad! We women should begin to Study up and find out what si i soldiers have meant when they said, in print, too, that they wished we, too, i oulo r,eu what thty see possible In Ihe wny of social hettermeni. Can't we sec, too? Are we so blind? Conic to the class, you women who win, I to malt 'hat thank offering, Unit M"". If there are more than the house nan hold we'll borrow another house, 1 wish the Kind spirit would spread rapidly ns epi ib mlcs do. A dear old doctor used to tell mo that health nnd Joy were really ns contagious as sickness nud sorrow, I'i"-t,aps kind 1h only ' p:v word, but woman ure naturalij playful, it is a soul gift of great valii", play. OB writer has sa'd heaven W a slate where we wurk in the spirit in which a happy nice child plays. Come to ihn class, whloh begins the A Most Impressive Sale of New Fall Dresses at $2 1 .00 Actual Values $29.75 and $34.75 An offering of intense importance to every woman interested in saving from $8.75 to $13.75 on her new Fall Dress. live III dresses lass .stock and marked Tliere are about one hundred ami two assortment models taken from our hiiih-t down Tor quick disposal. Every dress in the collection is an example of the latest style developments in street and afternoon modes. Made of satin, meteor, serges, wool jersey and velvet, in all the nvv suhdutod shades of the season, besides navy and black. Altogether it is a remarkable assortment of dresses. Yon will be delighted with the beautiful styles, fine materials and the extraordinary value. ( None on Approval or C. O. D. Every Sale Must Be Final. aft the war work campaign teelliiK ou hair a right It ha i nent if the day 'loses-, joyful, The national V. W m.. iMrannallv ten evlra copies beautiful poster used In thl campaign, rprsentlng the giii of the land at my, I shall iiertalnl; put them where they will be seen, and don't torget, air', the class for you, right here lu Mem phis, beginning .Nov. 19. Lieut. Estes Armstrong In New York; Says Guion Died Nobly, Heroically Lieut. Estes Armstrong, son of H. L. Armstrong. Highland avenue, ha ar rived In New York from Kratce and will leave for his hom ill Memphis In ii few-Ma)' according to n telegram re ceived Wednesday afternoon bv his Ullier. lie Is stopping at the Me Alpln, Voung Armstrong was Injured lu a fall while flying before Se.-etary of War Baker during I lie villi of the lat ter to the front several months ago. In a letter to his father, mule- date of Oct. , Lleul. Am -I 'one tell i b ' Ihe news wet brought to him of In if 'in of his brothei Onion; of how he felt when It reached him, and of how be mus'ered up MUrage Io 'able his father that Onion had been killed "I hesitated a Ion lone about mil ting In the word 'killed ' " he writes "but I thought ) on and his wife would hold out hopes until the ll unless I was perfectly frank mid 1 thought It bent to tell you all. "Mv heart Is hroyen I am abso hlt unable to realise that he is dead Pot I nm o proud of him "' is hny onlv these of us who are left behind ni to tie n'tled "e died lust as V"ll "1 bis wife wi old hsee bad him 'He ok., a man flwhtlbg noblv nnd hern icni'v for hi" ei untry nnd fo a" ht 'lived one. I' bis precious life hud e i,v riven, certainly there was no way so bern'e. "I understand that (iilinn was always one of thoe to do 'voluntary patrol, that Is. flvt'xr overtime and alone 0" soec'alrv peejinus missions UN reeled I the front Is envied bv nil He made them nnv deavtv for his life He h s(e-il Hermans th hi credit I do not know how tniit'V. No person eve had so rnanv Mends ns he, Bveryone 's i-eurtbroken " n i. iter to hi father ,ilien net 0 Lieut. Arrnstrn'ir renews new l'ehl on how his hero-loot her met death' "Onion vv.s If.dl"" 1 P"rnl of five or lx machines on l'Yidnv Oct t. leiv in" the aerodrome iboul I i" Tto v nn.-r.Ufd shonl m'nnles nd " ...,,t r.l.iv son Io DM) ree'"r (abotll s.wM fi ) nn. just over Hie 'lees; when thex a." seven newrren PwWt'"s md terd lefi r.(..- nntrol "' dove wfPint dop on he Huns Oo'on " 'is ifr.,iin- and Hunk wri noul ISO feel behind him end n mile hbrhe- So i. rlentv Howrd sew (luion'l manhlne rP rcl'v hit bv one of our o- lirrr.,f. ..'I. On hl'llnv Ihe esec' il - iloded and. of SOU, i o - llufi never Irnew wht hl Mm Tb wrenltage .rent down In flam '"',1 ""Weed a1 w ,u ..-I'.-s n fen n M ' M-'" ' -d In s fieW bv the p of a 'mitM med He . flown nee' the s""t wwhI limr slricf. irytn.r to -e H'"'1thP'e but H hhp he.".' tn-..oe'i.ie .l"t ss soo" -is tt ra- he gene "nk end feet, MM1 s..inr on tlore std burv Ouion. Tpfc "nei-Hil.' nsld r-s t. show l iiem in -. n casket for him and ttrrange cv eeirt h'ng. "1 'can't tci yu how ptev frl b ,t Cuioe's death, flap! Ttldd le'd me th' 'luinn ess fie most v inabte man he b"d and Hint he knew of n ir" In tee A."erh:in nm-v that eoulfl rplC( him. TTe was :' ftieht commander end the c-n-ln had recommended him for a eapieincv and for a squadron of It' own "e also said there was no doubt that rtuior. would have gotten both iNeiy man In th sousdroe, efora captain to private. Is heart-broken, is are all pilot" 'n oilier squadrons. HIJ record was absolutely romarkabl and h1.. death wh glorious No Hun shot bin n and I am told lh.it rto Huti ever would have gotten him, I ihank Hod that he died as he did, as long an It was his part to go. "of course th fact thai one of our own shells hit Onion was no one's fault It was just an accident and one thut happens very, very seldom 1 had n Inlk with Ids IWO mechanics, line fal low, Oil ii sergeant slid the other a corporal. Thev 'cere devoted to llllll. One of lliem said. " 'Vou couldn't get him i" find a fault with bis machine one diy Ihe oil line look' and ho oame down cov ered Willi oil. When asked. ' How is he going.' naptalnt" ln icpllid: "Una. ' "The 'operations officers,' t big fel low, who seems distant to most of the boys wen. up ss soon us he henrd about Oulnn, Just as fnr ss he poislbly could in hope of finding him In fuct, he went so far he was slightly 'gassed and when I was theie ho was still 'somewhat under the went her.' 'You ean'l linauine how Hank loved iluon Tin V bad an nureeiiu'lit that If either of them was ever forced to land in (lermany the otht other would come .loan nnd land with him." In conclusion he lells how eood every hndv tiss been to him, saving It W'lin alt verv touching and that "Hood old M. K. could not have done more." Catarrhal Deafness and Head Noises TELLS SAFE AND SIMPLE WAV TO TREAT AND RELIEVE AT HOME. If you have ( atarrh. catarrhal deaf ness 'or head noises caused by catarrh, or If phlegm drops in your throat tnd has ' a used catarrh of the Stomach or bowels yod will be glad to know that the distressing, symptoms may tie en tirely overcome In many Instance! bv the following trtatment which you can easily prepare In your own home at lit tle post. fcur from your druggist 1 ounce of Varmint (DOUbl Btrengt,h), Tske this noma nnd add to il 's plW of hot wnter and s little granulate I sugar; stir until dissolved. Take or.- table spoonful four times a day A-i I m pro em inent ei sometimes noted after ibe first d.iv's treatment. BrWthlni should be- oom easy, while the dlstrMslI heal imls's headachei. dullness, loud thinking, etc., should gradually disap pear under th 1 tonic action of the treat ment tilB of smell, lasts. dsfecMve ht ring and much droppln In the hi eg of ihe throat erf other symptoms whloh sUBgeal Hie preseBc of natarrlt ard whi.-h may often be overcome by thieve '.'fl' io ious treatment. II is said that nearly ninety per cent of all ear troublcu are caused by catarrh and tliere must, therefore, be insny people whose hearing may be reitored by this simple, harmless, hem tieatmenL adv. 3.LojmvsteiW&$ms Housewares Economies 35c Mazda Electric Bulbs 24c (Sot Over r to a Customer Phone Order.) 25 and 40-watt canlleptwer (i, li.'s best quality. Get niiis early if you need tlicm, ;e then- will not last lonp 0 '.n.- - 0 Cleaners and Polishes Specials I u;iii lloii.se l lcunscr, 5 cans, -.1' o't cdnr PoUah, DOa hot tie, 89r. O't cdiir Mops, T.'io size, 08c, JohnNOD'g Floor Witt, 7flc size, 50c. Soaps Specials Laundry Soup, lu lulls for IBc. liiu, the siiiin tor wool ens, 'i for 2.V. Ivory Nonp, ,', burs for l!0f. Ibm Ami, ; bars tor 2.V. 0 eN-- ' o $2,00 Alarm (locks, Special $1.59 (Two- ear (tuttrantee.) A larpe size alarm clock. Nickeled all over. Con cealed bell. Jiall shutter and release. A fine time keeper thai will give real sen ice. $6.00 Electric Irons, Special $4.98 Fitted with the lies! known heating element. Life guarantee Eco nomical in operation, practical and beautiful in construction, perfect ly balanced t" the hand. Make ironing a picas tire arm I ft 111 s llgW TIMBWaT FOR MEN ONLY 1 t n iiei of a suitable Christmas praenl ami tun nuestlon of financing k no doubt worrying I of you feltew. Come here, t can help yw , ( ri. tt. hj suggesting what will please her most, and, second, by v e roil credit pn pur. bases. Mr. Miller's Millinery Shop, jjg South Main, near Under. I 'us. Coats, Huits, Dress, Hats, vlalsts, Skirt." rarad.e ar.d nun Other artlcla suitable for tltrUtnut presents. Read News Scimitar Wants. I Read News Scimitar Wanti. )