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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, H1.
i HE NEWS SCIMITAR PAGE SEVEN. If You Need a Medicine YouShouIdHavetheBest MANY BILLS ARE UP IN ARKANSAS W KpS k nil'i DIRECT FROI1 ITS SENSATIONAL RUN IN NEW YORK The Picture that will Live Forever The Biggest Production in Ten Years The picture you'll nerer forget stupendous ia theme. A veritable revelation of unending wonders. A romance of the great war, a story of the lore that paaseth all understanding. "A tremendous pic ture." "One of the most stir ring films ever pre sented in New York. " -Mrs) Yfk EotUnt WorU "Spectators thrilled to it with enthusi asm. " -New York HmM 'Takes rank with the great masterpieces of the screen. " -txhikiCrt' TrmJo Kmm 4 'Oar advice is, go see 'The Heart of Humanity.' " Nrm York TrUmme "Of the utmost in tensity." -Now York WtU "A distinct achieve ment in motion pic tare creation. " -New York Times "Is certain to touch the heart of human ity." -N.m York (m ' ' Panoramas unsur passed on the screen." New York wihi San "Its intense story will hold you to the end. " Hem Yrk Etenint Tehgrmm " Conceived with a skill and intelligence that lift it high above its . contemporaries. " -New York fwii'm Milt "Beats any story on the screen." Photoplay Mm fiinm This is tire picture for your whole family-Bring Them NEW LYRIC THEATER WEEK BEGINNING SUNDAY, FEB. 23 JULIUS GOODMAN , ' .MEMPHIS. TtNH Silver For the Wedding What an opportunity to express your thoughts in a gift both beautiful and practical. For nothing can quite take the place of sil ver, and we have the largest stock from which to make your selection. Fatterns of a known individuality are the most sought, and our store is replete with rare old pieces not to be found elsewhere. Selection Sent On Approval. Julius Goodman 3 S. Main PRINTING COS TODAY'S BEAUTY HELP. Keep Your Hair Young Do not allow premature gtayness to rob your hair of its soft, dark, youthful lustre and beauty. Gray or faded hair deadens the most perfect complexion makes you look older than you really are. ; Preserve its natural charm and loveliness by means of a few sim ple, harmless treatments with Hair Color Restorer It brings back the dark, natural shade to hair that ii gray, faded or streaked with gray. Renews its lustre revives and stimulates growth stops the hair from falling out. Absolutely not a dye, and will not stain the scalp. Restores the color gradually and uniformly by a perfectly natural process. Does not rub off or interfere with shampooing or waving the hair. For Hair Health ani Beauty Q-ban Toilet and Shampoo Soap $ .25 Q-ban Liquid Shampoo - '50 Q-ban Hair Tonic - $ .50-1.00 Q-ban Hair Color Restorer -75 , Q-ban Depilatory . - - .75 For al at all drug starts and wherever toilet goods art sold ManufKtuitd by HeMtg-Eilit, CtaU. Mmphi,Tena. We find you can bring out the beau ty of your hair to its very best a4 antage by washing it with ca.nt.hrox. It, makes a very simple, inexpensive fhampoo, which cleanses tha hair and scalp' thoroughly of all the dandruff, dirt and excess oil, leaving a wonder fully clean, wholesome feeling. After its use, you will find that the hair dries quickly and evenly, is never streaked in appearaneo and Is always bright, soft and fluffy; so fluffy, In fact, that II looks more abundant than It Is, and ho soft that arranging it becomes a pleasure. Just use a tcaspoonful of canthrox, which you can get from any good druggist, dissolve It in a cup of hot water; this makes a fuH cup of shampoo liquid, enough so It is easy to apply It to all the hair Instead of just the top of the head. adv. STRONG DRINK i ROUS A MAN OF EXERGT Cadomene Tablet Afford Relief to the Shattered Nerves of the Drinker. Many men, soldiers and sailors, have staled that when they were denied their lluuor, their nerves became shattered, until the wonderful tonic effects of Cadomene Tablets restored them to nor maJ health. The man who swears off liquor or tobacco, will find his task asief, and will regain his normal poise and control quicker by taking Cadomene Tablets. The wornout man or woman. the nervous and sleepless, find a boon in Cadomene Tablets which are guar anteed safe, harmless and effective al ways, or money back. Get a tube today from your druggist and help yourself to pet right right Sway adv. Rheumatism Is completely washed out of the system by the celebrated flhlvar Mineral Water. Positively guaranteed by money-back offer. Tastes fine: costs a trlfie. De livered anywhere by our Memphis agents. uiiver-Kinpie uo. rnone mem. BEAD THE NEWS SCIMITAR CLASSIFIED ADS F, AR TOO CHEAP Master Printers Should Add One-Fourth to Present Average Prices. . After a banouet and an address Wednesday night at the Chamber of Commerce rooms by Joseph A. Borden, of Chicago, secretary of the National Typothetae, the master printers of Memphis voted to Invite experts from the National Typothetae to visit the city for the purpose of making a sur vey of local conditions In the printing business with a view to standardising prices and production. The survey will be made within the next 0 days. In a talk of two hours Mr. Borden explained to the printers why a largo percentage of their business In the United Ktates had been conducted at loss of all Just profits and frequently i an oBuiuie unanciai toss. He ex plained the courses of Instruction which the typothetae had established and would put In St Memnhle nnvrln such fundamental business principles as survey and cost, estimation of prices, salesmanship and direct accounting. sr. Durum orciarea mar. u tne printer Is to succeed he must add 25 per cent to the cost price of his work, become a business man and master the art of direct advertising in all of Its branches. Klghty master printers and their friends attended the oanquet. GIRL WITNESS IN MURDER MISSING Leaves Note Saying She Can Not Go Through With Trial Ordeal. Few Measures, However, Pass in House and Senate With out Amendments. T.ITTI.E ROCK. Ark . Keb 20 iSnl After being butchered from enacting clause to emergency clause, the I'tley bill providing for county hoanla of ed ucation, to tie elects! Dy the people, which in turn will elect county superin tendents, parsed n the senate late Wed nesday. It probably will meet defeat. for the house is said td-ejppose it. tip position to It in the senate waa so strong that It was hacked to pieces, and all the revolutionary proposals ta ken out, despite that It waa signed by 20 senators, constituting a good major ity before It was Introduced. A bill was inlroduced in the house during the afternoon to appropriate 136.000 to erect a governor's mansion. being referred to the budget committee. n, too, nas a sum chance ot living. The senate recalled Senator Town sends bill regulating druggists un grounds that it would prohibit rural stores from selling patent medicines. it ti au neen passetl ami rent to the house. The senate adopted the Held resolution providing- for appointment of a commission by the governor to study the workmen's compensation laws and frame a measure which could be enacted In this state without being in conflict with the constitution. Representative Carter'a bill for a board of mine examiners was returned to the senate without recommendations Wednesday by the mines committee. and the same report waa made on Rep resentative ('boats s bill to abolish the game and fish commission. The former may be the center of a fight, with Its fate in doubt, while the latter has only to be called up to be defeated, senate leaders auy. Representative Carter Introduced a general bill In the house during the af ternoon providing that no teacher be permitted to leach unless holding a cer tificate from a reputuble physician that he or ahe Is free of tuberculosis. The Casort nursery bill was returned to the house with amendments exempting flowers, bulbs and roots and striking out the clause requiring a I.', 501) buncf it waa favorably recommendea wun the amendments. Representative Wllcoxen Introduced a bill requiring the Inspection of dipping vats every two weeks to prevent germs of contagious diseases f:uni spreading among stock. Gov. Brough Wednesday signed the Knowlton bill permitting- cities to levy occupation taxes; the McKarlin bill per mitting farm tenants to participate In mutual insurance companies; the John ston bill regulating pay of the Polk county superintendent; the Thane bill amending the Lincoln and Desha coun ty levee district, and the Roger bill creating the Bartholomew road Im provement district. Among a mass oi routine nusiness in the senate during the afternoon was the following: Passage of Thompson's bill amending Farrelly lake levee dls trict law; Caldwell's bill providing for probation and suspension of sentences In certain cases; Whitaker'a bill creat ing tri-county road district; and intro duction of the following: By Ward, to create Helena and Marvell road district; by Vaughan. to declare any place wnere betting is anowea a nuisance, ana pro viilinir for closing of same; by Cald well, amending act creating road dls- rlrt No. 14 In jerrerson county. Th annate indefinitely postponed atneson'e bill providing for a refer, endum on a fence law for Lamar town- Ship, Madison county. FORD'S SUIT MOVED TO MOUNT CLEMENS DETROIT, Feb. 20 By. arrangement of counsel, the million-dollar libel suit brought bv Henry Ford against the Chicago Daily Tribune, In which change of venue was recently granted, was transferred today to Mount Clemens, McComb county. Mich. Da-for the trial Is to be fixed later. OLD AMPHITRITE HAS SEEN LAST SERVICE The Vnlted Hlatee monitor Amphl trlte, which spent about three years In the Memphis burner, has been prac tically withdrawn from the service. fne protected the metropolis cf America during the war by spreading aubmsrliie nets and guarding them. Thousands of Memphlana will remem ber when the monitor, which drew H feet of water, anchored near the mouth of Wolf river, where the water was then deepest and where now the land is ft-om five to 10 feet above water at the present stage Shortly after the I nited Ftates en tered the conflict, news dispatches an nounced the Atnphltrlte nas engaged In New York harbor with steel nets, dispelling the belief of Memphlana she was onsoiete ana unrii ror actual duty. Purlrg her sojourn at Memphis the monitor was visited by half the popu lation of the city. Launches and tugs made regular trips to the shin, espe cially on Sundays, for the money there was in tne traue. SOLDIER DIES ABROAD. GRENADA. Miss., Feb. 20. (Rpl.) News was received here today from the adjutant-general at Washington that Private David Mima had died Jan. 28 overseas. He went across last fail and was taken III on the wav over The first news his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Mims, of Grenada, received from him oame In a letter from a Red Cross nurse at Liverpool. Later he was transferred to a hospital in Manches ter. His Illness was prolonged, and It is presumed that pneumonia finally developed. tt IS Tll.lt Mi lii,t!l jMVttm-t v.t tenMel ."uUrnisi ti. all ;ii "ii. dr-;i ut of tthi ami hi s on fu -jrntten ' The rrAMHi is plai., - if e unuSo ihd not tullil ih promised .i 1 1 e tiistiUfa.'tunf. This appih-j tnr part it ui;t riv to .t iiLrHiicinf A niertu nial pt-,iinu.n ih.tt has real iut tui .tlu .uiroM eei's it -yv(, a. lik- an n litest s cli a m .- sttvn the remedy is reivmiru'sult d P lhot who hae bre:i t-m-iiwl. to thofi win, tire- in ne.-d of it pron.nirnt dructiit fvs Take for t-xmnple l'r Kilmers Swamp - Hoot . a prepn ration I haw sold (or ni:u: years find never hesitate to recommend, for in almost e.-ry ase tt jhows exrel lont results. s' mm-y of my customer! testify. No other kidney remedy ha so larne a Kale " Aecordinr to sworn M;itements and verified test unony or thousands who hav usrd the preparation, the success of lr. Kilmer s Swamp-Uot is due. to thp fact, so nmnv people claim, that it fulfils almost every wish in overcom ing kidney, liver and bladder ailments, onrroots urinary troubles and neutral ise the uric acid which caus rheumatism. You ninV receive h sample bottle of Swarrm-ltoot bv Parcels Tout. Addr Dr. Kilmer Co, Binnriamton. N. Y . and inclose ten cents; aiso mention the Memphis I ni!y , ws Scimitar. Large and medium ;i7.- hott ies for sale ni all dniR stores adv. BOYS LEAD GIRLS CHICAGO. Feb. 20. Norma Cook chief witness (or the state In the case of her father, J. Norman Cook, charged with the murder of William Bradway last summer, has disappeared, accord ing to Assistant State's Attorney James C. O'Brien. She Is said to have left a note to her mother In which she said: "I have nearly gone crasy thinking of this terrible trial. I think I would rather be dead than have to be dragged throuch all of this snd be torn to pieces by heartless- men who care nothing tor my cnareeter, my future Or my health. I know mother, vou will be glad If I get away from it all. I know this Is tne turning point In our lives and I hope snd pray all will come out all right and we can mart life over again and be happy. The case was to have started last Tuesday, but because of the absence of Norma a continuance was granted. Bradway was a rriena or Norma s and Cook is said to have resented it. BASE HOSPITAL UNIT P MAY LAND ANY DATE Hundreds of eas-er parents, relatives and sweethearts Thursday are a wait - Ins with nerves atlnele ror news of the arrival at an American port of MaJ. Battle Mslone s base hospital unit P. The outfit was scheduled to have left Le Havre on Feb. 4. but the em barkation was seven days later, It has since been reported. This would make Its nate of landing about Feb. 20, and immediately upon landing the telegraph wires will be humming with messages of greeting for the home folk. It is presumed the unit will be demobilised at Camp Dix, a hospital concentration camp, but the date, or whether .the members will be allowed leaves and furloughs before discharge. Is not known. Mai. Battle Malone and Lieut. Klnsey M. Buck, both with the unit, have returned In the last few days. C0SSITT WILL CLOSE FOR GEN. WASHINGTON In honor of Washington, the Cossltt library will be closed In a 1 denart menta Saturday, except that the gei eral reading rooms will be open from 10 to 5 o'clock. No books will be Issued and none taken back, nor will any ref erence books be available. Those who are accustomed to patron ize the library for such mimnui an Saturdays will have to go oo Friday or wait uio.il annua. IN CIS. CLASS Number Divided Equally--Will Receive Their Diplomas Thursday Night. Commencement exercises for IS bovs and l!' girlt at Central high Fcnool win he held Thursday nlsht in the school auditorium, when the SH seniors will be given their diplomas, marking their completion of the curriculum of the public school system. The exercises are scheduled t start at 8:1 o'clock. Bovs will tarry off the highest honors In this class for the first tune in sev eral terms Frederick C. Peupree emerged aleilictorian, Leo (loldherger is SiiliHut"! i.wi and .lake Fell Is orator. Charles Williamson Is elected president and Frank LotiKioottl Is vice-president. l'recedlnsr the awardlns of the di plomas will he the presidential address by Williamson, who Is nrst on tne pto gram witii liin word of welcome. Cnld- berirer will Hlso deliver a snort auuress, followed bv .iHke Felt. The baccalaureate sermon will be preached by the Kv. C. 11. Williamson Ph.D. Mls Lois .lester, as class prophet will read her humorous address per. taining to priiphecles as to the future of the claii members. To Miss busle Tytis. as class poet, 'the class Is In debted for words to the class song, which were composed to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne," MIks liulae Hives has been selected ss class testatrix. Diplomas will be awarded by courses as follows: Latin, 11; elective. ; com mercial, S. English, 6; home economics, I; special. 2. college scientific, 1; scien tific, 1; technical, 1, and other courses li Harold Blrk, one cf the graduates who was away nt a Iriilulng camp, will receive a diploma, as he bad the re quired number of accredited points. Fred Deupree, valedictorian, added to his Honors py being away at the K A. T. C. at the Mississippi A. and M and returning to lead his class. Following are the names of the grad uates, who will be awarded their di plomas hy Msrdwlg Teres, president of the board of education: Albert Burchett. Sam Bryan. VUchard Castle, Then Davis, Fred Deupree, Jake eelt, Marcus Felsenthal. Sidney Cen etle, lOdwln Oardner, Leo Dolubnrger, Israel Knnarek, l'.ugenn L. Lerner, Frank LotiBlnolti. Malcolm ralmciuist, William Pine. Saul Shapiro, Charles Williamson, Homier Hays Wllkerson, Harold Illrlt, Elisabeth Beurer, .Itianlta t onrail, l.uliili Dickey, Minnie Deaton, Mary Kddlns, Pauline Garni, Delia UnM man, Kdllh Henry, Nora le llurrlKon, Lois Jester. Dorothy Ijitihani, Mary Lowry, Louise Hives, Pollv Itoy. Kllta- beth Streull, Marguerite Slinoutoii, Km ma Hulllvan, Susie Hall Tvus, Kthel lager. COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT EXAMINATIONS ARE SET 1ACKSON, Miss., Feb. In (Spl.l Ciindldates for county superintendents of education will he examined here March f, 6 and 7, according to nn an nouncement here by Superintendent of Public Instruction W. K. Bond. The stale board of ensmlners will he tn charge. Late in March and early In April examinations will be given In counties where superlniendeiits nave not already ouallfled Superintendent Hond Is anxious that as many candidates as possible attend the central examinations here, Candi dates falling to qualify In the examina tions are disbarred from the election conteslM. fewest Conceptions in Fashionable Apparel Affording unusual choice for individualized selection at prices that are in accord with the present ideas of moderate expenditure MEMPHIAN PAYS TOP HOG PRICE SI'RINGFl KLD, O, Feb 20-Slxty. five thoiiMind eight hundred dollars was the price .paid fur 64 hogs hy breeders from all parts of the T'nlled States who attended the sales yesterday of Duroc Jersey hogs here. Jackson's Top King, a boar, broueht a top price. $10 600, going to J. H. Uondhar. of Memphis, Tenn., for his Duntreath farm at Forest Hill, near Memphis, where ha has some of the finest Duroc blood In the world. LAUNCH MOVEMEH 1 10 BUILD UP AVIATION BY CIVILIANS NEW YORK, Feb. !0. A movement for the wide developmefit of American civilian aeronautics waa launched at the thirteenth annual dinner here of the Aero Club of America. Nearly l.nOO persons were present. Including many prominent officers of the American army, navy and marine corps, and GOOD FOR ONE iwvwvwvevvvwvwvvvvywsi Good coffee is good for one. Be sure to get Maxwell House COFFEE on your "meal ticket." Served by "best restaurants. Sold by best grocers. CHEEK-NEAL COFFEE CO. ItdnflUa, rtettoi, Jiektmilk liekMtd ll ,SWS!0WSt Miiiiin allied aeronautical authorities and aces. " Alan R. Hawler, president of the flup, announced that Wm K. Vander bllt had contributed 110,000 and Charles If. Sabln $5,000 to start the :!f,0,nflO fund being raised bv the club for the Roosevelt Aerial Arctic expedition, commanded by Cant. Robert A. Bart lett, one of Admiral Peary's party on his trip to the North pole. John Hays Hammond. Jr., Inventor and radio expert, described three radio appliances which will be used on (he Polar expedition, which were character ised ss "revolutionary" by explorers. Two of Mr. Hammond's devices will be operated at the base hy radio con tact with the exploring airplanes, tracing the movement of the planes nn p.iper. The aviators, upon their re turn, will he able, he said, to fit Into the outline, which will lie accurately oriented by radio "direction finders.'' photographs of the unexplored region making a perfect and detailed map Mr Hammond predicted the devices would prove of great value not only In chart Inn the Polar regions, hut In 'ex ploration of potential centers of agri cultural and mineral wealth, utilization of which would be necessary to replace the wealth destroyed hy war MaJ, -(Jen. Charles T. Mennher, direc tor of the army air aei-vioe. another speaker, urged the early adoption of air traffic rules and emphasised need of laws covering training, qualification and licensing of pilots, Interstate fly ing, coast defense patrols, postal ser vice, foreft patrols, oommercial pho tographyf.aerial transportation service, sports and recreation, exploration, night flying, police service, smuggling and in cendiarism. Gen. Menoher also advocated creation of a national aircraft engineering standards commission, a national aerial digest bureau for collection and publi cation of flying data, publication of a revised aeronautic dictionary and or ganisation of a national association with a directorate made up of govern ment officials and representatives of existing aeronautical associations. The T lsrence H. Mackav trophy, of fered through the Aero club for annual army competition was awarded to Cant. Kdward V. Rlckennacker, the American "ere ef aces." Capt. Kickenbacker was unable to be present Ji 4r Authentic Modes in Suits and Dresses Tlit- styles arc so refreshing ami so entirely new. The Mnart estee. box coat, Russian blouse, belted and plain tailored effects distinguish the suit styles for spring. The dress styles are developed in serges, jerseys, tri colette. foulard, taffeta, etc., with the long narrow skirt effect. The displays are at their best now. Suits $35 to $175 Dresses $25 to $250 9m Ultra-Fashionable Spring Coats and Capes The recent arrivals al diversity to the choos ing. Incorporated ate the Capes, Dolman Wraps ami Coat, with snug shoulders, shown tn a variety ot styleg accepted ah correct. Mod erately priced. '.A ( J J Rare Values In New Blouses Tlnequnled $7.50 and $8.60 C.eorKOtte. ('reps de Chtne and Linen Waists. Handsome styles, every now shade repre sented, at V. CMIIIC DIGNITIES M CARDINAL GIBBOUS LUBE 47 Rue Blanche, Parit MANY of my friends here and in your country have told me that they find my BAUME ANALGlisIQUE BENGUE most toothing when they cannot sleep. 1 The reason is probably, that it io promptly re lieves pain, and the quiet nerves do the rest. When your head aches, when you suffer from rheumatism, colds or neuralgia, you vrill find it most useful. WASHINGTON', Feb. 80 Clergy and laliy of Roman Catholicism gathered here todav to pav homnae to the vener able head of the church In the Tutted States. James Cnrdtnal Gibbons, at the celebration of his golden episcopal Jubi lee pope Benedict was represented by Arrhhlshop Cerretti, who came from Rome to brinr the pontifical blnsslug to the aged prelate In testimony of his services as bishop for hn if a century, and ss n eardlnal since ISM Dignitaries of tha church said the celebrjitlon was the most nolnble galh erliiK of the Human Catholic hierarchy in North America In more than HO years, including Cardinal O'Connell, of Boston: Cardinal Ilegln, nf Canada; Archbishop Bonxann, the papal nuncio In the I'nlted Ktntes. and a great host of archbishops, bishops and motislg norl. The lay membership was repre sented by distinguished business men and government officials Extreme simplicity marked the cele bration, which began with pontlflrlal hlah mass In the church of the Fran clscan monastery at Catholic univer sity, Cardinal Oihbons being the cele brant, arslsted by the Very Hev. K. It. R'-tler, of Bultiinore. assistant priest; Monslgnor Thomas H I-ee and Mon slgnor James F Mackln, of Washing ton, dea"Oiis of honor; Monslgnor James ft. IIolden,.of Dsltlrnore. deacon, and the Very Rev. J B. Creedon, 8 .1., suh denron. After the services the visitors formed In procession and marched to: the refectory, where dinner was served Arrhhlshop Cerretti, sneaklns; fur the pope. Cardinal O'Connell for the hier archy In the United HtBtes. anil Car dinal Bealn for the Canadian clergy, praised the work and character of Car dinal Oihbons Archbishop Olennon, of HI Louis, responded to the toast, "Our Country." Cardinal Gibbons replied briefly, much touched by the tributes. Other prelates here for the services Included: Archbishop Shaw, New Or leans. Bishops Allen, Mobile; Gunn, Natches: Jeanmard, Lafayetle. I,a. ; I,ynch, Pallas; Meersrhert, Oklahoma; Morris. Utile Hock: Niissbaum, Corpus i lirlsll; O'Connell, Richmond: Russell, North Carolina, and Van de Ven, Alex andria, l.a LOCAL ARTISTS WILL EXHIBIT AT GALLERY The third annual enhlhlt of art. rep resents the local artists and work by the students from the schools and stu dios, will take place April I io .11) al the Art gallery in overtoil isrU Only original works front life will be ac cepted. The name of the art 1st . with return address, must be on the back of each painting, which will be passed nn bv n local lurv, and if accepted will be hung. If not m cepled a request Is made to call as early as possible for the ones no! used, as there Is no storage at the gallery, liervthlng must be received on or before March St. HERRON IN PARIS FOR CONFERENCE ON RUSSIA PARIS, Feb 2(1 -. George l. Herron has arrived In 1'aris from Geneva and Is In consultation with Wlllatn Allen White, his American colleague In the proposed conference with Russian fac tional leaders at 1'rlnkipo Islands. There Is us yet nn definite announce ment concerning plans for ihn meeting hut indications are either that program or some other form of conference with the various Russian governments, sillier Individually or collectively, will he sr rnnged by the entente powers. BERLIN STRIKE SETTLED. Col'FNHAGrC.V. Feb 'jn The strike of store cmplnves at Rerlln bus been settled and business places are reopen ing today, according to Berlin advices received here. smm 0 PERHAPS you arc planning to build. We are prepared to furnish money promptlyin ,-iuy amount. We have loaned the money to build hundreds of Memphis residences in the pat- as well as bungalows and substan tial business houses. Columbia Mortgage & Trust Co. PETER G. GRANT, President ltO-8a MADISON AVK. MFMFHIS. I AM WILLING If you ace. I am willing and anxious to trust you. No douht von are willing to be trusted. I'll try you once. If you don't pay I won't sell vou again. If you find my merchandise Isn't what it ought to be, or my prices are too high, you won't deal with me again. Ho let a get torether this spring and see if we can't be mutually benefited I cairv a high trade line of Indies' Readv-to-War and Millinery. Capes. 129 00 to $100,00. Suits. 15 00 (o gtsO.OO. Presees, 115,00 to IOO 00. Hats. $7.60 tn bo 00. Skirts. S7.50 to M.00. Waists, S.0O I.) $25.00. I'll extend you credit' without any red tape, refereoce or Investigation Get your spring clothes earlv. You will find It easier and more convenient to use my credit svstem than to leave your purchases In the will call at the other stores. MAS. MIILEr MILLINERY SHOP, 21 Seuth Main Street, Near Linden, Liberty Bends snd Stamps Accepted. Thos. Leeming & Co. American AfmU, Ntm York The next time you buy calomel ask for The purified calomel tab lets that are entirely free of all sickening and sali vating effects. Medicinal virtue vewtly lnv proved. Guaranteed by yon druggist. Sold only la sealed packages, price 33c