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MONDAY, NOVEMBER S2, 1920. PAGE TEN. THE NEWS SCIMITAR. -V 1 .: M ; ! i ! l! i j i i The Adventures of Ann f By HAL COFFMAN (Copyrlpht. 1920. International Feature Srrvlre, Inc.) 5 1- I Betty heard tomeone try the door of the itateroom in the mid CHAPTER 35. die of the night. Ann and Hetty finally Rot the mysterious woman quieted down. As Betty tiptoed oirt of tire stateroom and left her, fier heart went out to this woman who had once had so much and was now penniless, with youth behind her and a dark future ahead. Betty and Ann talked It over and were for offering to help her Until she could Ret a position. But she was untrained and the chance of her belnif able to support herself In any way was very slim. I Betty carefully locked the door of their stateroom when they retired. ! Afterward she was very jrlad that she had dona so, for she heard some one turn thetnob of the door during the ninht. She knew that Harwood was desperate and she would not feel easy in her mind until she had got Ann safely ashore once more. The story of the mysterious woman hurt shocked Ann irreatlv. She thought 6f Frank and the way Bhe had treated nim since ner aunutuuumuo huh wood. The mysterious woman had urged her to think seriously of Frank, though he was poor and If they mar ried It would be pretty hard to make both ends meet. Ann's head had been turned by the glitter of Har- wood's wealth, but it was not too late to profit by the experience of the mysterious woman. All these things she considered the next morning as the big yacht slowly plowed its way back into the harbor they all had left so gaily the day before. (To Be Continued.) MEMPHIS HONORS P ILG11 FATHERS Fully 900 p'eons made a pilgrim age from their homes Sunday after noon to the Pilgrim celebration at the Ooodwyn Institute ri commemoration .."X-Ui" mum anniversary ut ttio land ing of the Pilgrims. ' Or. Samuel A. Kliot, Of Boston, president of the American Unitarian association, and M. Andre Monad, of France, made the principal addresses, picturing the hardships of the 1 II grims In their long struggle for the establishment of the principles they hejd dear. John K. Pepper was temporary chairman) end Mayor Rowiett Paine, as permanent chairman, introduced the speakers. J. B. Emery pronounced the invocation. Patriotic songs were sung by the congregation and sev eral selections rendered by the chant ers of Al Chymia shrine. Speaking after the meeting, both Dr. Bitot and Pastor Monod said it was the largest and best meeting that had been arranged for them on their Southern tour. They were-very warm in their praise of the commit tee on arrangements, giving special credit to the executive chairman, Rev. William K. Clark, minister of the Unitarian church, who bore the brunt of all the many exacting duties nec essary to make such a meeting pos sible. Mayor 1'aine alo thanked Mr. Clark on behalf of the city for his untiring efforts to see that Memphis should not fail in its duty of properly greeting the distinguished speakers, one of whom had crossed the ocean especially to take part in this cele bration. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam K. Clark entertained Dr. Eliot at their residence, 240 South Mc lean, which is the parsonage of the Unitarian church. It waa open house for all the congregation, many of whom called to pay their respects to the president of the American Uni tarian association. I IJAZI-KHCKST, MissMrs. Lucy Ann bishop, sited 80, died at the hom or her dauitriler, Mrs) J. K. Bland, in V extern Copiah, ana eras buried in the cily cemetery. H AZI.KHl'RKT. Minx A K t.lttln. of liallman. died here and leaves a fam ily ana many re&itlve to mourn ni death. t , UNION CITY. Ti-nn Ml xrtirearet lUsslvr. aged 16. dil at her home in Florida avenue, after several mon hi' IlltK-ss. hhe was tim riuufflitpr of Air. and Mrs. Henry Hassler. , UNION CITY. Tenn. Mafirv Cutler. son of T. P. Cutler, died at his home In Ulyihevillp. A int.. after ail illness of several nionthif teceasd was rearej in this county, neap this city, and with his father s family moved to HlyuiKVille. Ark., several years ago. BALOWTN, Miss Mrs. 8am Gentry, 40 years of age. died at Arnorv. Miss., on (Saturday, and was buried at Hem- any, tiro miles east of Baldwyn. bur- vivlng her are her husband and five Hii.al! children, besides auveral brothers and aimers. SCOOBA. Miss. Klmbrough Greene, of Shuuualak, died at his home at tlia. place. rAUUCAH. Ky. James M. Tucker, 09, a well-known farmer of this county, died at his home near La Center. He. had been ill some time with a compli cation of diseases. Mr. Tucker was a natiye of Putnam county, but had live I here for a nuinher of years. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. Alice Tucker, and a son, Carl Tucker. . . rORT GIBSON7Mlss.llate Sunday evening, at his home, near Westsida, this county, uionanl u. vaueniine, an old and much honored cltisen of thM county, passed away. Mr. Vallentine was a Confederate veteran, having joined the Confederate army late In the war, wntlo in nis teens, ana serveu 10 the end. NEW HEBRON, Miss Henry L. Rl- lev, of New Hebron, died Saturday night in a hospital at Jackson, Miss., where he underwent an operation about 10 days ogo. He will De ourieu in me family cemetery. SPRING HILL. Miss. J. W.' Vaughn, one of the most estimable citizens re- Bldlng three miles soutn or Matnison. died. MABEN, Miss. The sudden death of Mrs. Joe Shuffield, which occurred at her home recently, was a shock to the entire community. She is survived by five children, three sons and two daugh ers Miss Sallie and Joe Ella and Roy. who Is attending Blue Mountain college; Elmore, who is In the college at Great Lakes, III., and Hohson. STAKV1LLE, Miss. After a short Illness, Billy Williams, one of the fore most citizens of the Self Creek 'com munity, died here. LOKZOO. iLM wTMrrso ISMTUM ON IVUT nioiusc r or Tiirr 4M0POWOM To Get Rid of Wrinkles and Bad Complexion irritating Coughs Promptly trest eouiln, coldi, hoarwnen, bronchitis and similar inflamed and irritated conditions of the throat with a tested remady Doctors Recommend Bon-Opto for the Eyes Physicians and eye specialists pre- Akd Pnnrtntotka aanfp home remeHv " In the treatment of eve troubles and to trenfrtlien eyesight, hold under money refund guarantee by all druggists. Most cosmetics clog the pores. In cool Weather, when one does not perspire freely, this Interferes greatly with elim ination of waste material. Injuring In stead of aiding the complexion. Ordi nary mercollied wax serves all the pur nosHa of creams, nowders androuges. giving far better results. It actually peels off an offensive skin, at the same time unclogging the mires. Minute parti cles of scarf skin come off day by day. causing not the least discomfort. Urad-, ually the neaitny, younger sum oeneam peeps out, and in less than a fortnight you have a lovelier complexion man you ever dreamed of acquiring. Mercolized wax, obtainable at any drug store, is spread on nightly like cold cream and washed off mornings. Ono ounce usual ly suffices. tor removing wrinmes, witnout stop ping the pores with pasty stuff, here's a never-falling formula: One ounce pow dered saxolite, dissolved in one-nair pint witch hazel. Use as a wash lotion. Every line will quickly disappear, adv. IF I Use Antiseptic Liquid Zemo There is one remedy that seldAm fails to stop itching torture and relieve skin irritation and that makes the skin soft, clear and healthy. Any druggist can supply you with Zefno, which generally overcomes skin diseases. Eczema, itch, pimples, rashes, blackheads, in most cases give way to Zemo. Frequently, minor blemishes disappear overnight. Itching usually stops instantly. Zemo is a safe, anti septic liquid, clean, easy to use and ietnHbleIt costs only 35c; an extra large bottle, $1.00. It will not stain, ts not greasy or sticky ana ts positively afe for tender, sensitive skins. The E. W. Rose Co.. Cleveland KIDNEYS AC I BAD TAKE SALTS BLISS NATIVE HERBS Cleans Body Inside Clears Complexion DRIVES AWAY PIMPLES Ma Calomel or Habit Forming Driia Made from Roots, Herbs & Barks Only Money-Back Guarantee in tacn box ALONZO O.'BUSS MEDICAL CO., Est. 1888. WASlftXGTON, D.C. 5 PALH'CAlf, Ky. The marriage of Miss Iols lialton, Mayfield. and Joaepn H. Jonnson. I'adurah. was soiomnisej here in the home of friends. The mar riage ceremony was performed by the Kev. Charles Taylor, this city. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will reside her, a . PADCCAH. Ky. The marriage of Miss Kvn Stone ana Charles A. UockeL both of Paducah, will take placa In Pa uueah on Nov. 27. It has been an nounced. Both young people well known h-ere. They will resid In Padu cah. Mr. Oockel is cashier of thl CUi sens Havings bank of this city, PINE BIA'KF. Ark. Mls Grace Wenb and C. H. Waters, boih of Pine Bluff, were married by the- Kev. W. C. Wood, pastor of the Ohio Street Bap tist church. : Tl'TWILKR. Miss At the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kvans. Miss Myrtle Evans and U. Coy Bell were married. 1 H AZLKH I'RST,' Mtfa Wm. Droom- goole and Miss Ida Belle McKay were married here at the Baptist church par lors by the pastor. Rev. F. H. Purser. HAZLKHI'RST, Miss. T. T"v Jasper and Miss Kllle Mae Norton, of this county, were married oy Rev. Frank M. Purser, of the First Baptist church here, at the church parlors recently. They are both froro Carpenter, In West ern Copiah. TENSE PRESSURE . Oil HER HEAD "My Sides, Back' and Head Pained .'Me Just All the. Time," Says Alabama Lady, Who Took Car- , dui and Got Well. Unlontown, Ala. "After the birth of my baby, I came near . dying. writes Mrs. Maude Felts, of Union town, "I was in an awful condition. , , . It just looked like I would die. '"I couldn't bear anyone to even touch me, I was so sore, not even to turn me in bed. My sides, back and head alfpalned me, just U the time, "We had the doctor every day and he did everything he knew how, It looked like. Yet I lay there suffering such intense pains as seems I can't describe. ' ' . " "Finally, I said to my husband, let us try Cardul ... He went for it at once, and befor I had taken the first bottle the ; . . came back, the soreness began to go away, and I began to mend. The lnterise pressure seemed air at once to leave my head, and1 be fore long I was up. "I took thre bottles and was well and strong and able to do my work. I believed Cariul saved my life. . . . I can not praise it enough for what It did for me. If you are a tonic Take Cardui, woman, and need a the "Woman's Tonic. adv. .. v. w . . ...... .. ... ' : . THEY HAVE ALL HAD THEIR SAY NOW LISTEN TO THIS: w 66X80 INCHES GRAY, TAN AND PLAIDS nn i mmm Go is salvage U.S. ARr1Y GOODS STORES 1 23 NORTH MAIN ST. 235 SOUTH MAIN ST. S. L. WARHAFTIG, Manager Says Backache Is Sign You Have Been Eating Too Much Meat. When the Children Gwph, Rub Musterole on 'ilaoats and Chests ITo telling how soon the symptoms may develop into croup, cr worse. And ' then'a when you're g'.d you have a jr cf Musterole rt hand to Rive prompt, sure relief. It does not Mister. As first aid and a certain , remedy, Musterole is excellent. Th Misands of mothers know it. You should keep a jar in the house, ready for instant use. It is the remedy for aciuhs, too. Re lieves sore throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,' vsthm.i. neuralgia, hen iache, congestion, pi. urisy, rheu matism, lumb.iKo, pains und aches d back or joints, sprains, sore muscl c'.ilhlt.ins, frosted feet and colds of tltt chest (it oftfn prevtius pneumonia). 35c nm) (15c j ir; hospital $3 to Frank Menendez Can Do as Big a Day's Work as Ever Since Taking Tanlac. "TutilHC has more than proved its valuo in my case, for it has put me hack in fine health und I have picked un 14 pounds in welcht besides." said Frank Menendez, Gary, a suburb ot Tampa. Ma. "About a year and a half oro I was taken down with the 'flu' so bad that it. lust seemed to have wrecked my whole hvstem. After I Kot un I eould nut et't my strength back, and while I mutuieit to go to work I often rave out during the day and had to stop. Jlv stuioaeh was all out of order, my nerves were ' shattered and 1 was troubled with Mlndini; headaches. Collie nlchts I rolled nn.i lotted until I was almost exhausted and when murium; came I hardly had strength enough to.jjet up and no' to work. 1t "Hut Tanlac hus made a biir dif ference in me and mv appetite is flip' and everything I eat agrees with inc. .lv nerves are as steady as a clock and those headaches have all gone. sleep good and sound and foil s i well and strong I can do as log -a ilav's work as I ever could. This in wh.il Tanlac has done for me and i don't hestit.ite to call it the best medicine I have ever seen." Taiil.u is sold by the leading drue Kis's in Mm town. adv. HAVE CpLORJILPHEEKS Be Better Looking Take Olive Tablets When you wake up with backache and dull misery in the kidney renin" It generally means juu nave been eat ing too much meat, says a wen-Known authority. Meat forms uric acid which overworks the kidneys In their effort to. filter it from the blood and they be come sort of paralyzed ani Iork.v. When your kiiinevi get sluggish and clog you must relieve them, like you relieve your bowels; removing all the tioay s urinous waste, e'se you have backache, sick henrtache. dlzzv suells: vour stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weatrrsr is bad you have rheumatic t'vintres. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, channels often get sore, water scalds and you are obliged to seek re lief two or three times during the night Kither consult a good, reliable phy sician at once or get from your phar macist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespormfu! In a glass of water before breakfast or a few days and vour kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithla. and has been used for genera tions to clean and stimulate sluggish Kidneys, also neutralize adds in the urine' so it no longer irritutes, thus .....li,.rr t.l I,!,. Mf.bni.uu Jad Salts Is a life saver for regular meat eaters. It is inexpensive, can not injure and mnUes a delightful, effer voscent lit hla-waler drink. ndv. Proddlntr an Inactive liver -with calomel and sluggish bowels wun powerful purgatives Is iiks lasnmg- a. Irea norse 10 cinausuon. iv u w done once too often ana sooner or later, lfi persisted In, may so weasen. the organs as to cause serious" results. Bilious attacks, constipation. Bit headaches, etc., are In the great mnlnrltv nr eases Que to aiges' tlve trouble and-, no reasonable person can expee tq omain rem or lasting benefit until the rnncn la enrrftrted. That many people realize xnis ta cpA irivlnir un tha unwise Ma.tt,.A t,t riostnff themselves V,'tth' dangerous caiomei anu nuuns purges, Is proved by the fact that more man nvo niioiuu Nature's Remedy (TR Tablets) were used last year. Have you ever tried it? Natures rtemeay tisri. i huk-is; i a vegetable compound xnai acrs on the stomach, liver, ooweis anu kiq lieys, the purpose being to bilng about healthy and harmonious action of all the organs OI diseauon ana elimina tion. TAYLOR 1 TAYLOR Dr get If yotir rkin is yellow complexion pallid tonpiie coated appetite poor you have -i lad taste in your mouth a lazv, no-K(d feeling you should take Olive Tablets. Lr. Lrl wards' Olive Tablets a sub stitute for calomel were prepared by I. Kd wards after 17 years of studv, Dr.tdwards'OlivcTabletsareapurelv fablecomix)und mixed withohveoil. 'oi miU know them by their olive color. Tohawa clear, pink skin, brighteyes, tt pimples, a feehn? of buoyancy like thiWhood days you must get at the cause. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets act on the liver and bowels like calomel yet have no dangerous after effects. They start the bile and overcome con stipation. Millions of boxes are sold annually Take one or two iikhtl v and note tne Dleaanc results. Heavy Cold? Chest All Clogged Up? Don't Give it a Chance to "Set In" Use Dr. King's New Discovery DON'T let it pet a start. Wind'a i.u I lierni'prt, will ,V.h . v.J ris;ht down to work, relieving the tight feeling in the chc:,t, quieting the rack ing cough, gently stimulating the bowels, thus eliminating the cold poisons. Always reliable. For fifty years a standard remedy All the family can take it with hclpfu results. Kases the children's croup No harmful drills. Convincing, hc.ilin; taste that the kiddies like. All drug oUts fill rents. $ 1 20 a hottle. For colds andcougbs New Discovery Feel Badly? Bowels Sluggish? Haven't any "pep" in work or play? You're constipated 1 The stimulating action ol Dr. King s nils hrtngs back old time energy, makes the bowels and liver respond to your strong healthy body. All druggists, 25c. . Prompt! Wont Grip 'rKinO's Pillfl You Should Never "Rile" Your Liver " Don't prod , a weak liver with harsh, harmful cal--omel. Mild, easy NR Tablets are better for biliousness. NR Tonight Tomorrow Feel Right M VI n " i It acts promptly and thoroughly, yet bo mildly and gently that there la never the slightest griping or dis comfort. The bowel action Nature's Remedy induces is as near lll:e the easy, pleasant, natural action as can be produced by medication. But that la not all. Nature's Rem edy (NK Tablets) nave a oone- nclal eneci upon ine eniiro body. By improving -the' pro cess or' digestion ana assimila tion, the nourishment Is de rived from food, the blood nualltv is enriched, vitality Is increased and the whole system fttritnzthencd. Once vou eet your body In this splendid condition! you need not take medicine every day just take an Nil Tablet occasfonally -When digestion, biliousness and constipation threatens, and you can always feel your best. Bemember keeping well is easier and cheaper than getting well. Get a 25c box of Nature's Remedy NR Tablets) and try it. It is sold, guaranteed and recommended by your druggist. ! ' "iiiBMiiiiniii mm Hi mum. .. .iiiii.iiiiiiiiii.iii u.imiin iii i. iiii iiiwii.. .i niuwmn.ipiiniiwm.i.1 n i ni.mi i in i .i inn mtimii i n i ihumwujhI . jj iff ii linn n- niifiium in ir.m .......i ..miiiii ..,. ... .. , .. . ,. ,., .i , J Iff TiifTi'rffffrftffi'miWr iTMIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllUlllllllHllllllllllllllliyilllHI ii! The continued rains throughout the South are producing a great deal of Chills and Malaria. Malaria often lies dormant in the system for some time before it develops into Chills. Take Women of Middle Age Owing to modern methods of living not one woman in thousand approaches this perfectly natural change in her life without experi encing a train of very annoyingnd sometirhes painful symptoms. Those dreadful hot, flashes, smothering spills, fainting spells, nervous troubles and irregularities are symptoms that should have prompt attention. These two letters prove what a successful remedy Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is for women at this time of life. ' These Two Women Helped During Change of Life. Taunton, Mass. M I could not cat or sleep for six nionthR,had fainting spells (fefhaEB Thumb to destroy the malarial germs in the blood and thus prevent Chills. Price 75c. and could not walk without help for three months.cansed by female trouble. My cousin, who was a doctor, told me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and it helped me greatly. Then during the Change of JJfe I used the same remedy. I-am seventy years old now and am able to do my own housework and walk one mile to church every Sunday morning and evening. I am recommending the Vegetable Com pound to mv friends having the same troubles as I had. Your remedy is the best on earth. I cannot find words to expressmy gratitude for it." Mrs. Susan C, Staples, 157 B School St, Taunton, Mass. Philadelphia. Pa. " I want to let yon know what good Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has done me. I had organic troubles and am going through the Change of Life. I was taken with a pain in my side and a bad headache. I could not.lie down, could not eat or sleep. 1 suffered something terrible and the doctor's medicine did me no good at all my pains got worse instead, of better. I began taking the Vegetable Compound and felt a change from the first. Now I feel fine and ad vise anyone going through the Change of life to try it, for it cured me after I had given up all hopes of gettingbetter. I will tell anv one who writes to me the good it has done me." Mrs. Maiioarkx 1)anz, 743 N. 25th St., Philadelphia, Pa. Women of Middle Age Should Depend Upon JH .'Mfcfciii,ii.i-raii fS- -J