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.MnrrD rcr TUP INNO. ' Tbe KM UTOSS- UUll.ui ou nuuuo
&LrtUwn;cNTS miSsioii will riieet-.tomorrow. aev-
. f TtnSTi at ? o'clock. . All who 'are inter-
, . eMo - 7 -cTf' ?cliboi 4 ti re-cordially . imrited.-io. ome4
My little boy beside .a ueslc at cncui, . 4 jf
Reads tHn3 uoiaiioc u xww , r d.' Alderman.' pastor
TI hn.v hours, and Ms 'of tSe First Baptist cinlfch, Spartan
" t " - '
f it WM
1 burg, Si C, accompanied by his son,
Alfred G. Alderman, have, arm
i v- ; - m ro t t 1 1 1 II iiiiii uiwtiwui, vw -rv - .. , .
Anu -Ud in the city for a shore Visit to Ur
Fa-t London and just such another Alderman's mother, Mrs. Alfred AV
" school', ' dei man. Rev. Alfred G. Alderman
With sunny curly heads bent over , will cpealt fc prayer mesting sery
books, 'ices at : the First Baptist churcfr, ii
And loving glances following teach-j lfM:y city tonight at 8 o'clock. "" !
er's locks, J J
And thoughts of mother in the even- PATRIOTIC MUSIC.
ing's cool. Fallowing th? suggestion of the
The roof av-i open with a crasn ..nu . chairman of the Music Department of
rent, (the General Federation of Women's.
And little children screamed witn jcub lhe sic Department of the
dreadful noiie, I North' Carolina Sorosis will give a
And from their mangled bodies ( patrictic pro&ram 6f American music
Diooa cubiieu .. at the socidl meeting of the club on
the floor" a l.tue severeu . , . . .
With Liver , ffouU 1 Wfitk
Adj&imied liatfe ' Tuesday
After iTwo Day's t Sessio n
- Grand Jury Vrteport
Sjipterior.- Coilrt ' f of tlre-'tria . of crim
inal cases .was In session just two
-' " . ..: .- - ,u idaya ajid adjourned late yesterday aft-,
, Hindaville, Ark. Mrs. Haley, Beck- 'ernopn - " '-; - r ,
er. of this place, in writing of her usb f ..- ,'l Jtl nn:
of Thedford's Black-Draught, say: rl VZr?K L i tVtri
ffA ,rQ uinj, Coleinafr failed' to -agree,1 a mistrial
OUUoiVM .vi vi ill v ,f yuio TTitiA ? vi
C&ptam Charles DHarrfs; ol
Georgia Is "Only 20.
Years of -Age.- - - '
ftBy George Martiif; UftltcdvPries Staff.
Washington NovkYhfe Gerinans
ih"Ky h!6t be 'vry -MutTi;';trighten6d
when they' looK 'sottt 'morning and.
seeTa mild; phoJt; 'sIeader,T,boyfsh-fac-
ii dn r hi 1 1 nil I ji
uiii u .tin a i . i
was ordered add the case wid go over, erls kfi rmnine; toward themt)Ver the
top. ?'.But they'd better be1 .; ;
He's - th e youngest ; captain in,
American drnty Also the, v shortest.
But oh! my! He iopka like a lamb
and fights like? a eyjclone:
THree-Fourths' - 6f f Students ,
Are; Taking the -Military
" V : v Course.1 s
, , , ? f (grteciai to Th DiSDatcliy .'1
.ChapelHill, N. C. Nov. 14. Near
and the first box helped mel l:hav "ii?effcmC ' ; ' ' .m,"
been using it for eight years. - l'f0
When I began taking, it wehea -So -was errtenced to
90 lbs., and now Iefeli,180 .IbLft "S
57 VQ tv hi ot,a w . .months: in jail, with recommendation
i,;:r:r-'J ZZZlkfZL "l8 . that he eb at to the farm; . '
youf nmdicine to all suffering friends; -J!" ' . ; " ' f Jn7rtV th . v. tti
West ' intiln 5 Septeber:v:3
ly; three-f oTirths"jof the'studqnts.of the
University of : N5rth -Carolina are hoav
taking- the new course v in - military
training; ' Four companies drill - daily
''on" the -athletic field orNWork in con-
StnSting mmtary ' trenches . , for tne
treneh warfare, . Captaifl Stuart ?A1-
len;c of Princess. .Patricia's Canadian
iUghtr InfantBi; ig 'ih cBag of the ln-
fstrnction, iiia mucfi ; prbgress
f hfeenshowii in the eight weeks of afe-
IRE DIFFERENT 1
b ' ; ,
high hdnbrs. ' lie was graduated into
the Engineer5; Corps, 'than which no
West Pointer eouia asic morej
So small it might have been my Billy
Herod! Ocd may forgive you
ELEANOR PRESTON of The Vlgi
Jt it. JT-
Thursdav afternoon at 4 o'clock
the club rooms. . .
The program has been arranged by
I Mrs. Robert G. Grady, chairman Of
the music department and Mrs.yHor
ace Pearsall, and isas follows
America By the Club.
Hail Columbia Mrs. Edwards and
Tho hoard of dirrctors ot the Y. W. f choras
C A vil meet tomorrow afternoon, Star Spanned Banner By the club
nt 3 30 o'clock. Columbia (Jem of the Ocean By
t T.. Bol Knn nnu oaugncer, aic-u.
Annie of Union. S. C, are visiting! Konn:e uiue v rag ivirs, ooyian una
E. DuRant, jo. 405 soutn t uwjus.
Tenting en the. Old Camp Ground
i Miss Buliucb.
The Everv Day Gladness Circle Yates , Miss Post : .
will hold it. regular monthly meeting j Edwards, Miss Bulluck, Mrs-.
Thurndav night a, 8 o'clock, at the Fo ' ... .
homo of Miss Dovie Elackwcll, 403 ) battle Hymn of the Republic-Mrs.
' - t . Bcylan and chorus.
dock street. Battle Cry of . Freedom By the
The story of each song, the circum
stances under which it was written
and in brief sme information in re;
Tcnigt at s" o'clock, the members ' ?lT!ss Gibson. As the program is of
of the Bladen Street Methodist "nusual interest, it is- hoped that a
church invite their friends to be pre- uumuci ui tc luucia
rent to- witness a unique entertain
Tonight, at 8 o'clock win be pre-, Va ChairMrs
rented the illustrated lecture ot tne
Reformation, St. Matthews Lutheran
church. It promises to be well
worth seeing by every one.
inatism and he besan to take tt, and Charlie George,; charged with ia
nQwe,is.weU.tfLthink l.tis thbest fe w ac3tted- ": ti'Z
liver medieine' to rt&M-,r- report or tne gran a jury, wmcu
Dn von .miffor from aneh trnnhioA is siuied by I. W; Solomon, fofeniaa,
as biliousness; indigestion,, diziinbss, and F- w- Gerken, secretary, follows: j He told his superiors hat" he was
etc? Is your tongue coated? Do you " . "To Hon. W. A. DevinT judge pre-frj A hurry to get to Franeetithat he
have a bitter taste: in. your mouth? If sidingr " ' had Urgent b&sihess' there With a man
so, very likely your liver is responsir "We. the grand jury for this term of named ! Fi-itz. So they -put him in the
We. :; .-je -Superior Court, : beg to submit the ffi regiment bound frontward.
- Thedford's Bteck-Drauht, which has iouowmg report: , .Ho,g on his W; and meantime; tgtru'dting, all kinds of military .treheh-
been in successful use for so many We have passed on seven bills, flnrtJ.. , Q , i,,,, fhr ob. r. fUi,,i
Years in a medinine sneHnllv adnt. six true, and bold one in suspense , . , "i..,,: : ..i.-:i-L
; . ' -rr". Lia -urlllTItZ Ift coasiuer jjeuumg. ma
al. Young Harris Was cheer leader
competed for,' Company v A winning
them for the : first time. , After ffiix,
weeks .they will be competed - for!
again. On Friday ; of last -weeK - t
companies held an exhibition drill if or
the Orange' County Rally Day visitors.
iThe .students have. heen busy con
After Taking One Bottle rf
,jd of Ruber Tr0ub!e
Made Happy Agan. '
There are so manv of n1P .
able. Peplac tales that J ,P..roit
these days by the-lar ,",inft l!3
ing such marvelous b-nr't f 1
use. that aieP". n.: '"
would' be required to five -,,irTiS1,apep
i it. lll bo i..
uiuuaiais. iney are all -)f.i IJ3
good coming from peoiJiP'"v ,. and So
city that they are mzkvJ u ly
the Peplac ExDert fw.i I)wyor.
iwuKug a, wonueriu
lp 's per.
ed to the treatment of many live? till other witnesses are found. We
troubles. : . - u .have visited and inspected the county
It is purely vegetable, and acts as a institutions, and desire o report as
gentle liver tonic helping to restore the follows:
t Uncle Sam's officer factory, thus
being branded the most popular man
ar6:.,now near ins completion;? and
trench -warfare will be taught at -anj
early date. :': Two deep dugouts -are
also -being constfucted ' and barbed
No-Medicine HaS Ever Earned
-3 Praise. 1
Read what Mr r. r
Castre street, pipe fitter Wr P p-,10"
Wilmington, who ha, ih,.;, '!r Q
fifteen years, and a po,,uln ! ,or
man, of the city, has to , v J.nK
experience with Peplac : 'T, T ! s
years i have suffered w Hi, t
trouble, causing a cener-.i l ,un-J
condition of my syJm ?"
eMrenielv nnnr nr.,i ; " llt? as
... - t "'u i(
tTlJlt'WflB hovmi.l w, .
... JJ(. ,1 ,
"a i old
I . . . . 1 . . - HC1U-U'7 nrnn-10v IMO .!-a .mAa.'wVa4m - mill V. mw mm- fkin aait'fLEI ) I II '1 T nil '
normal healthy action of the liver, -so We found the utreet from Fifth and I in nis-ciass. .". V " ; "'fT- . - - : to bnv : V hntn, i i. ' ('la's
iv,-i ji .-i x i ' w ts . ,,.u.n in ,iwt swimmer, the best horse back r week. .- The trJumne is makme use of. u uy a oojjjg. i h?Ve nr. v.
tiiat, ji pL-uuiuis usiupuriaui worn - Dl"iuis "xtr. r ... xv, iw",.. " . finished, mv first !,nm 'i'i! o
I JUVV' V 611 J lilV. lUUO 0.0 C- AU. AJ 1 - - j , t, ill i -
. v . , r-iM-.c I() )0 a lr
ent man. Kidney tronblo 'ion'. w
hfelofGl instruction through Ms lec-i " . t -A-- 1 UV " is i,r
of safeguarding the system? from self- bad Condition and recommend that
poisoning. some steps be taken, to have this
Try Black-Draught. At all druggists, street, improved as soon as possible,
Adv. owing' to the 'great amount of traffic J
over it daily.
FRIZF WINNFR IN . "We also note ' that seventeenth commission.
rrm sxreex irom MarKei w Aim uas ohchi cnairman warns, oy xne way, a
rUULlKl HAMlDll partially improved and believe that'ii rAnresented in this war; 1 Two of
(Continued from Page Three).
-Norfolk, Va., first Dark Cornisa, o- inection call attention to those in au
cash. Ithority to the horse stables, large
(Each of the above winnings carry in Carolina avenue and pond connected
with them championship ribbons.) .with '
Greatest number of entries of one' "We have visited tne eoerai romt
varietv. Mrs. R -Wi Rtt "Rotto-, roaa ana we areiau w report indi
entries Plymouth Rocks, $50 cash.
this work should be continued through fhis brothers, Major Scale Harris of
arouna avenue iu couueui witujg Medical Corps and Major Hunter
Wrightsville avenue, and in this con- j H . CaE,p Gordon, Ga., infantry
the main county road is now undergo-
Best parti-olored bird in show,' John
G. Helvin, Norfolk, Va., first Cornish Beach boulevard
ing repairs from the seven mile nost
to the intersection of the Carolina
will be present.
The Woman s Auxiliary or Winter i
Park Presbyterian church wilhold its ' Coroner's Jury Returned Verdict
regular monthly meeting tomorrow ai-( Melvin Cass,
ternoon at 4 o'clock in the Chadbourn j Thp coroner.s jur investigaUng the
Building. All the women of the con-; death Qf Will:e Melvin, 'colored, whm
gregation are cordially invited to at-
j died at the James Walker Memorial
.i I Hospital yesterday, rendered a verdict
ToTiisht. at 8 o'clock, the Girls Glee' "ir-a the deceased came to his deati
club, of the .Y..W. C. A. willmeet atjfrom-a gun shot wound in the hands
tire building for important .practice a party whoso name is unknown
and study of rew sonss. Any raus'c to ,tIle' i'jr-"
taken at "pnsc meetings is'aslnd to be AftGr beng impaneled yesterday,
returned. " f ' j the jury adjourned . until 10 o'clock
-;f . j this morning when the verdict was ar-
The Ministering Circle of King'3 1 ved at as stated. The following
Daup-hters will licve a sale and social j e'rved on the jury: George S. Nevins,
tea on the- 6th day of December tor
the benefit of the Visiting Distr'ct
Nurse. Announcement of the place
will be made later.
x J& if. .M
foreman, H. K. Nash,, secretary; and
Messrs. L. O. Ellis, C. H. White, H.
R. Gardner and A. L. Dosher.
The members of Bladen Street To a
Methodist ciiiirch wish to remind their
friends of the interesting program and
delightful social meeting this evening
at 8 o'clock, vhen all-members of the
church are requested to be present to
enjoy the exercises of the evening.
There will be an illustrated Refqr
raation lecture this evening- at 8
o'clock at St. Matthews Lutheran
church. Some -CO slides will be used
France In Arms.
few invited quests at
Ccck, $5 cash.
Best solid color bird in Show, E. R.
Oettinger, Wilson, first Single Comb
Minorca hen, $5 cash.
Silver Cups Offered.
Progress cup, given by Honnet, I86t
William H. Clum, Rahway, N. J., on
Black Java Ccckere.
Huggins cjp, given by Geo. W. iiug
gins, jeweler Best pen Paftridge 'Co
chins in show, won by Mrs. R. San
derson, Burgaw. .
MoEachern cup, given by JohnS.
McEacliern -Sons Best pen white
Plymouth Rocks, won by Mrs. R. W.
A. O. Schuster cup, g;ven by A.f
Schuster, Jeweler Be;-:t perr Single
Comb Elack MInorcas, won by E.
Oetfi'nger, Wilson. . ;
Five hundred noteheads and enve:
lopes, given by- Wilmington Printing
Co.--jBo3t pen Barred P'j'inovfth.
Rocks, won by R. R. Hickson, Cheraw,
Best display, won by J. Y. Abb?t,
Port Norfolk, Va., $10.
Best display water fowl, won by. Tl.
W. Montgomery, Wilson, $5.
X J VA Vl B CI. 11 1. Wi.V w v - i - . ' . - ' --. I . , . .
Hp is the fourth of his line to serve possible to do so, and Captain AJlen's J,uv:" r'' o hr
tlie colors. He is a so of Col. P. C kong expeiicaco at the front in Flan-
Harris, arid a nephew of Wm. J. Har-1 ders has:. enabled him to give- most I
ri? r rhairman of the Federal Trade j hfelpfGl instruction 'through his lec-j
, ..... ..!.... iJtlfr, X BMftM) KH .1 1v-? f -. i '
tuj-oo on modern methods or hgntmg. -j --j- tr'oil , ! 1 nn's"lf
Two field maneuvers - have .already g lJ I
been: held; and night maneuvers, are eym of olherf. ho', 17
planed at an early date. ' ed in like manner." ' ffp';t'
The whole spirit of the campus has ; Learn more about Por -r fro-,,
assumed -a "more military, air, andthe ; neighbor, or interview' thr. pPDl' :"'"r
khaki clad students give an atmOs-i pert at the. Bellaxriy Bn'-- Rt0n
pherfe. of camp life.. T- Target practice a si about it nt aH'fjrst'Vhss d-"'
will soon begin, " and instruction in; scores in Wilmington or ne.ii-.bv 1
branch. But his favorite amonsr his
relatives in uniform is "Shorty."
Diet Reverses fftself.
CBy Associated Tress)
Helsingfors, Monday, Nov. 12. The
Finnish Diet by a vote of 104 to 81
decided today to annul the recent se
lection of three State directors for
Finland. This means the Bourgeois
majority will have t'oabandon its ef
fort to establish an oligarchy in Fin
land. The repeal was demanded by
telegrams and resolutions received
from industrial centers throughout the
provinces declaring the country was
on the verge of civil war.
"This boulevard is in a deplorable
condition- and inasmuch as a countv
school i"? being maintained at the end
of this boulevard we suggest that the
proner authorities see, to it that this
road is improved at once, in order
that the school children will not be
endangered coming and going to
"We examined the jail throughout
and found everything in as good a
condition as could be expected, the
prisoners carvt for s well as cir
cumstance' will permit, and provided
with 'necessities' 'needed. 1
ed to be allright except the heating
sv8tem. This is - thadequnte. and
rVm'd be replaced "vith a lancer one t alC9rm, Fllr.-nntr
ifT.i4 wov iTnor tn nurs-Woc nno t of vircinia Ham PeoDie and
nVe find condition of the juven (Jse Anti-CKoIeric Hog
defnounts most deplorable. We : .
congratulate Recorder George Harriss rvemeay.
and Probation Officers Odis B. Hin
nant and -.T. E. Johnson on the re
markable manner in which they ar
handling and controlling the 50 odd
Vimrc n nn nrol-atfrm. and nn?flr f Tioir
siioervision. hut believe that our com- When a hog looks drcamy-eyedr hatr
modern meth6ds of bayonet fighting
have already been begun.
-The hew plan of the extension work
which the University" proposes to do
this;year has just come from tho pre
and an outlino of thq jivork is clearly;
set forth. An attractive bulletin has
been" prepared, describing; the. scope
2 Women Prepare!
r j e f
Grand today a noon, wis shown the
omJng great five reel piece, "Frai
Tn Aims." This piece, a PatheT 'is
from the French view point, and i3
more than realistic ih its presenta
tion of the war, from the manufacture
of the munitions, airplanes, prvipa:
tion of food sUpv.Hoa, tne training cf
men, to tho bewildering showing of
cannon, the trench Warfare. aerial
cordially invited to attend.
r- ' -V
in producing the pictures. There will . destrtlctioil sna a1 triat gaes tdt raake
be no charge for admission, but an n Vl f. ,f,
ofFoHn h tVM, Th,!,!!, 1 up the . fnghtfulness of war. France
. r, .. I'uui.i. i T . . . . i 1 ... .
in niuih luijii fvury yne who
tees it, and at tho same time brin?
REFORMATION CANTATA. ncme tic vividness ot tne confhet
Last night's practice of "The City' now rajfing in France.
t fir.!'' l...Minl.l U rt ii 1 . x !
to performance pitch, and the interest
evinced by the members of the- chorus
CARD OF THANKS.
I desira to extend my, thanks to tho
inisures a production that will be quite j many f?iend3 and J acquaintances
NO CHANGE IN STRIKE
But There Is HopeThat Jsprne- useful citizens,
-it-- -Hv.n r ". -.V f "We found eve
tnmg will 3e Uone Shortly.
We found everything in the county
ptockade in good sanitary condition.
The prisoners stated th.at they were
worthy of the occasion. It was decid
ed last night to have a practice on
both next Monday and Tuesday nights,
who through their subscriptions to
The Wilmington Dispacth fin my
ttame, made it possible for me to wm
tho lQth QTIfl 9fit O C V nnninin i iU . T,J - ' ' X . .i
.j iuc Luaiaitt is i (jie Diiatoe hulo as urst-. prize -in tne
going to be given on Monday night, i ecent Bkpateh Cifcurattori Cdritest
the 26th instant. ' . ) - PAULINE UNDERWOOD.
f and the clerks' union, though t it ' . is
not known what was accomplished at
any of the meetings. 1
Officials of the Coast Line; when
seen toc&y stated that the conditions
on the lme were entirely satisfactory
and that' the strike really did not af
fect their business. That the conges
tion on,;their line was entirely dA6
Zp failure of their' connections and to
scarcity ' of labor other than clerks.
' V$ce president- Lyman Delano and
f Vice President A. Brand left on
their private' car for Washington Iasti
night, and it is Understbod that they;
.are ctinferrmg ith x government ot'
tficials with refeicnce . to the strike f
situation. v.',1-.' :' r "' ";i "
The transfer clerks at Rocky' Woutft
arid FlofeAce ar out and the ship- 5
porsnt thbse. points 'have wired :-. tB?
govornmdiSt cofflplainirig of ' tiieisifoa-
mnmtv should tnTr'p stens to nrovidefis turned the wrong way, Won't eat,
an institution for the care of thesfor snows othcr slns of cholera or
youthful violators of the law. and j swine plague he needs medicine, much
train them to some useful vocation in fa a human being. Unless steps are
ta manner (hat will make them good i taken to relieve tne nog osmose
syinpioDis mere wiii: ue a 101 w. niuii
ey lost in. dead hogs.
In Virginia hog cholera is practic
ally unknown in the famous Virginia
Ham section due to the almost uni
versal use of Anti-Choleric Hog Rem
edy. For relieving the hog of consti
pation, driving out intestinal worms;
increasing appetite, and aiding tlti
hog's digestion Anti-Choleric has met
with phenomenal success, according
o the testimony of thousands of the
breeders in that section,
Anti-Choleric Hog Remedy is not a
food. It. is a medicine prepared after
years of scientific study and research
h v two of the brightest brains that
money could hfre.; That it is ef8cierrf j
is proven by the experiences of tJie
Virginia' Ham people and a gf?at per
centage of the breeders - here in
North Carolina. : v -
In using AntjCholeric Hog Remedy
there s "no operations, serums, injec-'
tions. etc.. to ba administered. Simply
mix it in the hogs' food nd watch re
sults. It can bejattendedVtO ; by any
of the children.- '-; ' .-.-'.-; ':
Anti-Choleric Hog Remedy can be
Obtained here: at Elvington's drusr
sfbro. A large sized trial package' for
$1 Adv. ' "'
So far as surface condition indl- -
cate there is absolutely nothiffg i do- ment. Mr; Mac Godwin called our at
;ng in the strike of the railway tention to a. leak in one cell in the
clerks, ' but there is an Insistent un- basement, and stated that in wet
dcrcurrent of rumor that something weather the water stood in the base
Is "going to Happen in the next 'tew mGnt as high as three inches and that
days, that will lead to a settlement this matter had been taken np with
of the controversy between the sfrffc: county commissioners and that
. , . u n ' t , nothing as yet had 'been done. We
ing clerks of the Coast Line and the gugge tte,. commissioners in-
company. . jvestigate and correct this evil. We
While-there has been no meeting also wish to compliment Mr. Godwin
between "the company officials and u upon the sanitary, coudition in which
committee of the clerks, it is knWH re found everything."
that the representative of tb 0.eja;-1 "At the county home, we found ev
meht of; Labor has been in conference erything in a good sanitary condition,
with the' officials of hnvn th railroad H the inmates stated that they are
. . I ' . . . V lit. A A X
wen treat ea, getting pienty w est,
and nice comfortable beds, Mr. Demp
rev was very courteous, showing us
around everywhere,' and we congrat
ulate Mm- upon the'igood condition in
which.we ftund' everything. -"We
desire ttr tlfahk your ' honor for
yoftr able -'and instructive charge,
which was such a hefp to us in the
disofeargw of our duties. We alsb wish
to- thanlt the -solfcitor and shefi for
-."vusMuua VJi UfLUL-U 111 uie iscutnljavB
and purpose, of the LaFayette Assbci-; overcome their sufferings, ana have been
ation. Through this association the, cured of woman's ills Dr irce'a
University will co-operate with th vxa Tra...
public schools in relating community; "y. . D "uu" Ji:-ie-waaoe
endeavors to problems of national life j medicine, though ctrniel csarly half a
ana the special prooiems or war. i ne j century ago, sells most v,-ide!y to-day.
University News Letter has also made jit can now be had in trbH fora as
plans to set forth; for; its 15t000 read-' o11 ,. ,., ,
the present war and the reasons why
America must now exert her full
strength. Thei best that is being
thoifinf '"AISfT rlcrcWcrnlti-natWttrsl
pTobleniB at the present time wiil be
slveh publicity by The News Letter.
Town, 'Uirtversity'and Chapel Hill narcotic. It's not a secret pn. -xription
community; came ogetlier last : week ; lor its ingredients are printed on vra
Jto observe thefifth annual rally day per. gend 10c. for trial package to
I . iaSC ivlvi tUIUiifevru Hit O.HX i X t, ,
campus. Exhibits of products of the j v nxt nuauo, i. i .
farm and the home were held in Me ! . ;
.moriat Hall, entertainments were pro - Ipfiv ,tf-
vided by the students and Jan exhi-p - 1srv it would do what
bition drill was given by the military
organization. Prof: M. C. S. Noble
.was in charge of the exercises of the
day. . , '
rt J . , .
euners irom Dackacr-e, headacljc, ncr?-
ousness, should take this " Prescription
of Dr. Pierce's. It is prepaid from
nature's roots and herbs cud does r.ot
contain a particle of alcohol or any
. Taljf is heard in pugilistic circles of
a possible clash between BHly Miske
and ' Fred Fulton. . Miske took 'the
measure of Carl Morris and Js now
anxious td tackle the Minnesota giant:
.nil , y it
"And AJ1 Thedr Daylmepi
Sized up to II 25c-and -55c; ..
Thursday Wili Be a Big Day At Im
iwaffuelt Prefebytertan yChrUrch.
-In the series of eenferences on va-'.
ritius detiartments of churoh- work be
ing hejd tMs we?k; at the Immanuel
Presbyterian chui-ch. Thdrsday after
noon and night Will be given principal-
y o Christian Endeavor work;
TThnTsdayj afternoon at 3 o'clock
It is notlkrrowrt 'what steps the ; there ;is to be a Junior playlet.: "The
goverifnerit wifl taKe, if any'aifd tM ' Cmiiiiren's Claim," . presented by the j reUtivps
r.veius di iie Bvst - iew uays waii oe juuwibkvi we; :;HOk iicouicuou
of all absorbing 'ihterestl .' tlurch.' The playlet will be followed
i:- , r Bji:coiKerence. on junto-worn, ana a
. 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. T T t T 4
Mr. Kenneth Mann, of Camp Sevier
is at home here for afew days' visit. v
Lieut. W. R. Dosher, Company C, is
'spending a few ddys at his-home in
this .city. .,!';'! -:" " "
Mr. J. E. . Burfiss, a; mexnber of the
medical unit, N. A., at Camp Sevi
er, is passing a few days here with
I'llU io Rtd and Uold lnalHcr
bax, .seal;si. vlA Blue Rilbon. VX '
Take no othar. :Sny if ir,ap V -
years Jtoonrjk as Best, Safest Ahuavs RJ!abl'
; MailY DRMSTS EVERYHHERE
CHEON TEA. 50c Ih.
i on Eafth
GmHe Coffee 25c It
Sergeant P. B. Pittman, and Cor'pV
'ral Jacob Pittmah vho ' have been
visiting here a few :days with their
mother, ;MrsV;.N.it,.;ijyan, have re
turned to Camp Sevier. ! 'i'V
- First 4 Lieut. . FA JP.Trfcrrghti-oft tire
S"' ii 4 tatp: the Junior
f tjWrt TOriC; 4f,rilkbfea song -serviee. Then there
(ii--k 2. fWiftN&eran iddress, "How, the Chris-
BSfe Mr0; : e ? States -Mshingtorv
W s, ' JIL 1" , -Cf ? r' ' C was !a-visitor here today, at
wru iuyrmoryomrawvmoostcr." bv Mr Fred Renneker and'
aftefjpoS i-Vt to aril, ;pV A. Gambler Jr., and conference
direcbohof Cap. U., A.rMeitff. AlIriU m Christian ndeaverv, methods; led
r - ' 'u,'wra itiss. Isabel i MeiJOWgias. ,Mia&-uar
s 'Vx 1 1 " ' 'V -!CU.-'rie Newklrk. MrT T CL Findlay, Mr.
rhoneC79.: IS So. Front
If) i MBa IfBMM
t. ii rr'("n.iiji.pn.ll
ii'i tO tio. It (1W !T8
more, gond tl!:l
the dociui':; ; I liad
several and none
of them did ma
any pood. Doctor
A."fe-- 11 1 r 1 .'1 in it frf
vc,;:ien. I l'oei like
it now woman after
t: ';'r i;. 1 weiah
155 IDS. and never felt. hm.: "
Mes. Agnes Tatum, 17 h. G
StlacAuq,, At.a. hav.T taken Dr,
Pierce's Pleasant Pellet? for constipation,
sick headache, dizziness, ends v'id Grip
and received groat benefit. also bavpiwod
the "Favorite Prescription' and '(JMea
Medical Discovery' in tL fauii!; vith
great rqauita and fee! sjafo iu r.-eom-mending
these remedies to auyoue."
Mns. A. M. Cami
111 lTT Mi"..
Ill ii- '
It K not becoming nor
safe for your health. Add
flesh to your bones and roses tc your
cheeks. by drinking a glass of U
'delicious digestJiRt with each rnca-
v ?W DIGESTIVE AFiOHATICS W:TB
, . ;,VW HIHERAL WEH AHfi GliiCJ
'Phone your grocer or drust fo
a dozen bottles. Satisfaction i
antecd( or your money refunded d
first dozen used.
Bottled and guaranteed hy
bratad Sh'vsr Mineral pr.
torn, S. Z li' ycur t-a
rannnf s-irmlv V.'j'J te:CpiH;
Wiokstlft Ci$lrilr.tor8 for
Ftt has appointed; fileas.4JeQ. W.-bleJr ' -
' rrah amt -fl C! in5frrtTi r ttiia mr. . ' . . . . . . ..v . i
Jvfs bister's : 6mMU M." Tl jiftr
man. " Lieut: Birkris beeir trans
ferred to; AtlantSahd fWfcbpped ovdr
"c"' uay un ,ms .- way xo nis new
I Early season football games of tbfe f
vry X-. -VC 'f.--'i 'A. IrliAb.1:ia' ytrnnr people will attend:, year will have to, tako rteriri hrfr
:': . nii A rir rtffnirrf i i i ''1-. ' ' '
" - -. - B
. Wsaington;- D. wi if
I "endorse Peftma.'-its.-,d'p3feiidid
inedidne, for. catarrh; and tomac
trouble, frpmr which-. I suffered Bev
: eralyoarsv - Ti fooTc ft far several
. months,; found-: my healthy Was i re
stored and have; felt splendidly ever
InJU M! 1 neAJeqav:
trcfe.a.coRL and it eoonorida tha
i ifcV ' '
- ' " iAini,, Other younrrwle'wranisations in, to emal the' fino record Of theltti
"TTTi L. " v - ! ',-rT;"""1!,ll,,fc; Pv Tr? V- .C-' - ember; 10-13. T tjte xltj 'tfm (Wehrpmed; ? ,"N" .eleVen. r.i . " 1 "
m - . " , 1.. .-s-.-v -v --v. :-
dnes can procure . Peruna aD