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TOE ABBEVILLE CITIZEN, SATURDAY OCTOBER 18, 1917.
. Home ff Fanmouwt Plcturts
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You're bad a 'Make-Bcller" Bwenthnutt TrU ths troth, nowl
You hare, haven't you? Just to fool jrour friends, that' alii no jrott
oaa't blame dainty "Bab" for evttlae one, too, can jrout Yoall smile
t her, obuckl at bar, roar M her, fen thla tory r Mary Roberta
Htnehart that mealed eo raoeta national comment when oris ted la
the "beturdar Stamina Post." ,
. Special Music by Professor
Hollingsworth on the Pipe Organ
Children . .
AdulU . . ,
Children . . .
Ad alts . , . .
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"Fatty's'' Latest Comedy
! ' ItV m Stream
First Time Shown in
Other Good Pictures. '
5c Admission 10c
v mmm&mmmmmmmmm -
M 6th installment ot
0 The Fighting Trail
Two Good Comedies. ,
5c TO ALL-5c
HON. and TCES- OCT. 23-21
Prices? 50o to $3.00.
MAIIi ORDERS WOW. '
Klaw & Krlangcr's Stupendous
, 850 People In the Prodaetton.'
20 Homes in the Chariot Race.
tba crisp fresh - air of . the
mountains and the In ?1g orating
.exercise yoa osa ttt by . ' ;
Horseback Ride' ;
. Best Bnrasa eaa bs bad at
J. H. CREASMAN
r WTr DAY A!T jrroiift 'r-M-e
BOtmos Are, Pboae Mi
Ah! That's tho Spot
Sloan's Linimsnl few right te it.
Kara you a rheumatia ecb or a
dull throbbing aeiuaJgJe paiaYa
can tad a quick easl effective relief
la Sloan's Liniment. Thousands of
homes hare this remedy handy fee
all external pains because time nasi
tiaw asaiait aaafaeeaMha ejajafcart raUat.
bfaaa. mm ataia. mm miiawal.aoa a. la k
with atattaia a aialnala. If jraaaeaa
aaa SUaa aUaJaMahyaaviU aw be vita.
bad atrial at aO
23a, JOo, Sim
the dead man said he was slightly
deaf and probably did not bear the
, Ward Is held for trial by court
martial, the military baring refused a
request of the District civilian author
ltles that he be turned over to them.
After the shooting, several hundred
carpenters and other employes at the
camp refused to go to work until the
nerro guard was withdrawn and the
entire rorce was iaie au flay.
Camp Ordway Is not strictly
military camp, being designed for the
training it meonamos lor lam auto
mobile transport service of the
NEOR0 GUARDS TO
WASHINGTON, Oct II. Negro
soldiers 'en guard duty at Camp Ord
way hare were ordered withdrawn to
night after the killing of Andrew J.
Cooper, an aged carpenter, by Private
Jerry Ward and a resulting strike of
about 704 workmen. In announcing
the order, Secretary Baker said no
decision had been reached as to who
would replace the negroes, members
of the First separate battalion. Dls
trlo national guard, but that civilian
watchmen probably would be em
ployed until ihe eamp Is oemplsted. '
Cooper was shot while geinginte
the camp oa his way to work. Ward,
who was arrested by the military, said
the , carpenter was hot using the
proper entrance - and failed to obey
his command to "halt." Wisnds of
Wale. Visible Adding and
Listing Machines, Royal
Standard Typewriters (ether
makes rebuilt and second'
hand), the Safe-Cabinet (en
dorsed by the underwriters),
'School Desks and Supplies,
Seats and Chairs for public
buildings, Metal and .Weed!
Piling Device, Sectional Par
titioning and other fittings
for banks,' offices, etcf Let
ters Multigraphed, Drag
Store Fixtures, ' Rubber
Stamps, Seal ' Presses, ' Fac
simile Signatures, Typewriter
and Adding Machine Rib
bons, Carbon Paper, Adding ;
Machine Paper (case lots or
less.) " . J
We are particularly . at
tentive to out-of-town busi
' net. Call us by long dis
tance phone or write.
Office Supply Co
91 Patten Avenue. ' .
j Official Local Weather
laical Temperature Data,
S a.Tn. -.-..45 8 P.m. .49
S a. m. .--- 4 1 4 p.m. --. 4 9
to a.m. so 9 p.m.
11 a.m ' i-m . 41 4 p.m. --.- a 5
12 noon ...... 46 T p.m. 48
l p.m. . .-.41 s p.m. m.41
Highest, 44; ons year a-o, Si.
Zioweet, 40; one year t m, 14.
Absolute maximum, 70 in 1111.
Absolute minimum, 14 in 1104.
Average tempesatnrs today, 44.
Local Precipitation Data for Month.
Normal, 2.14 inonea
Greatest amount. T.1T In 1101.
Least amount. 0.01 in 1004.
For last 14 hours ending at I p.
.01 Inch. -
Teiegraphle Reports of Temperatares
Itatlon. t p.m. If ax.
AaHBVuXB mm..41 41
Atlanta . . . w
Augusta m M I
Baltimore . . . . 4 1
Birmingham M .it
Boston ... --. .. ..88
Charlotte M M M M . B 8
Galveston . .74
Miami ....-. .10
ew Orleans -m Tt
alelgh ....m.. va4 e-e V
.ichmOald a-o a, aos..sj .s a ft i
alMttlC HUM a 4 o-s) eftf
Bt LoUlst s s-a-dM a .44
RXADY rOV. RAIX
I trust, MTas Tappit," said the
kindly employer to hie stenographer,
"that you hare somethiac ia reserve
for a rainy day."
"Yes, sir," answered the young wo
man, "I am going to marry a man
named MSQMmtosa.'uartsUaal Ksg-
First Boarder 4 can't' thla k hew it
Is you manage te fare so well hsre.
I've inaustriousir mass myaeir pleas
ant te the landlady and her daugh
ters, ana yei l m naii starves.
Second Boarder vrr
IV ... . - t .
No remedy can honestly jsiosslss
to kmalrmtry t4u of ecsesna or sisa
llsrslanaJlsBont. Bat Resinol Owt
sasRt.aiaed by Kessaei foap, rives
sock seams relief born the kcblng
snd Sisatsg, and moHr& sac-
seeds at pi ring the eraption Sway,
of SsaweamdS of sayshriins.
aaaWal 4Saaaaataa4MaalBaf aaaaeatefii
araUaraaaaMa r-" I
CLEAN UP YOUR BASEMENTS
Your Old Stores, Bottles, Iron Rag Sacks, Magazin
any and e verything to unk Itne. . Bong ft to - ;
; BLOMBERG JUNK & HIDE CO.
1 78-80 North Lexinston Ave
Or FhoM 2371v WS Send Wagon.
SheepheacV' MuIleV PcrcK, Sea Baas, Speckled Trout Batter
Rah, Sskm, Hatbut. QUKX DCOVERY
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R. B. Thofnaa, Prop. City Market. Phones 82 and 83.
BOARD TRADE TO AID
LIBERTY BOND SALE
Dtrectors Ifaet aad Appoint Com.
tatttee ' ss Work With AsbevUle
Wsasies ta Big Drive,
The board of trade directors at a
meeting yesterday evening appointed
a committee to co-operate with the
bankers' committee and others to sell
Liberty bonds, with R. H. McDuffle as
chairman and I B. Korers and Wil
liam Farr as the other two members.
Director Dixon stated that Aahevllls's
proportion of bonds to sell was over
Il06.000.00, and that thorough organi
sation and effort wns necessary to
81aoe this amount. Mr. Dixon stated
is bankers of the Tenth dlntrlct
would meet at the Langren next Wed
nesday night to consider this matter.
County o (Hotels from Buncombe to
Murphy will be asked to make an ef
fort to oomplete the work and con
nectlng links on the AahevlUe-Murphy
Atlanta highway, and also similar re
quests made to the Georgia author!
ties for the completion of the road
from the North Carolina-Georgia state
line to Atlanta. This highway was
outlined In legislation enacted two or
three years ago, and a large part of
this road between Asheville and Mur
phy has already been constructed.
A special meeting with the county
authorities In connection with the
work on the Hendereonville road is to
be arranged for an early date.
On account of being out of town so
muoh during the coming winter. Di
rector Chester Brown tendered his re
signation, whloh waa aooepted with
regret, and a resolution of thanks ex
tended for bis excellent work during
the past four months. Hie sucoessor
will bs named at a future meeting.
The secretary waa lnesructed to at
tend the Southern Appalachian Good
Roads convention in Nashville next
week and work for Its meeting here
next year, and to work In every way
possible to the Knoxvllle-Aahevllle-Greenvllle
highway chartered as a
part of the Dixie highway.
A telegram from R. 8. Curtis, animal
husbandman of the agricultural de
partment, Raleigh was read advising
that a sals of twenty-five purebred
Shorthorn cattle would be held at
Clyde, October 88. The directors urg
ed thwt Buncombe stockmen attend
the sale with a view of bringing some
of the animals to Bunoombe oountv.
It was mentioned that a similar sale
by thla stock association was held In
Asheville two years ago through the
efforts of the board of trade and Mr.
Curtis, reeultlng In placing In Bun
combe and adjoining counties forty
five pure bred animals, which Fsrm
Demonstrator Weaver of Bunoombe,
and J. R. Sams of Madison, have
advised has been of great value to the
cattle Industry la these counties.
SURPLUS ON FARMS
NEEDED IN CITIES
Cllnchflcld Railway Issues Bulletins
of Shippers and Growers of Conn
Farmers on ths 11ns of ths Carolina,
Cllnchneld and Ohio railway have
surplus stocks cf potatoes, cabbages
and onions which consumers In Ashe
ville and other cities would quickly
buy If they knew with whom to com
municate, it Is believed. Official of
the Cllnchfleld ear It 1s largely a
matter of communication, this short
age of food, and to help remedy this
condition the railway company has
Issued a bulletin of shippers and
rrowere of produoe along Its line.
Thoee Interested should address V. V.
Kelsey. Industrial agsnt, Johnson
Ths bulletin contains ths names
and addressee of 110 growers and
shippers of Irish and sweet potatoes,
onions, cabbages and apples. The
railway company, of course, has all
ths freight trafflo It oan handle, and
Its motive In endeavoring to bring the
consumer end the producer together
Is an unselfish one. Unless the pro
duce Is moved, says the company, it
will be wsMed. and to eee such enor
mous quantities of valuable food
stuffs wasted during these day of
food soarclty Is something of which
It does not approve. For that reason, I
therefore, It win do au witnin its
power to more the produce from the
farm to the city.
This same condition obtains along
nearly all the railway lines, It is said.
The farmers hare tut forth special
efforts this past ' season to havs pro
duced enormous crops, expecting that
In soms way or another, a ready mar
ket would be found for them. This
market does exist, it Is pointed out,
but the farmers are Ignorant of It,
The Cllnohfleld offers to be ths go.
between la this ease, without any
profit to speak of to Itself.
Ugh! Calomel Sickens; Salivates! .
Please Try Dodson's Liver tone
I am sincere I My medicine does not upset liter
and bowels bo you lose a day's work, '
Tou'ra bilious! Tour tlvsr Is slug,
glsh! You feel Isxy, dissy and all
knocked out. Tour head Is dull, your
tonsue is coated: breath bad: stomach
'aour and bowels constipated. But don't
take salivating calomel. It make you
sick) you may lose a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
whloh causes necrosis of the boaee.
Calomel crashes Into sour bile like
dwnamlte. breaking It up. That's
when you feel that awful nausea
If you want to enjoy the nicest
gentlest liver end bowel cleansing
you ever experienced Just take a
spoonful of harmless Dodeen's Liver
Tone tonight Tour druggist or dealer
sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone under my personal money-
back guarantee that each spoonful
will clean your sluggish liver better
than a dose of nasty calomel and that
It won't make you sick.
Dodson's Llrsr Tons is real ttvev'.
meutcm. You'll know ft next mora.
Ing.because you will wake up feellao
fine, jrour liver will bs working, year
headache and disstaess) gone, your
stomach will bs sweet and year -bowels
regular. Tea wffl fees like
working; you'll be cheerful fan of '
vigor aad ambition, - -
Dodson's Liver Tens is ; SB tl rely '
vegetable, therefore harmless and eaa
not salivate. Give It to your children, -Millions
mi people are aslng Dodson's
Liver Tons instead ef dangers
calomel now. Tour druggist will tell .
you that the sals of calomel la almost
stopped entirely here, Advt,
GIYB HTM OAS.
Th beautiful young woman Inter
viewed a fortune teller on ths usual
"Lady." said ths clairvoyant, "you
will visit foreign lands, and ths courts
of kings and queens xou will con
quer all rival and marry the man of
vour oholoe. Ha will bs tall and dark
and aristocratic looking."
"And youngT" interrupted ens iaay,
"Tea, and ver :lch."
The beautiful tT ly srrasped th for
tune teller's hauas and pressed then
"Thank you" she said. "Now Mil
me one thing more. How shall I get
rid of my present nurmsaT" oa
75 Cords Oak Wood
6 Feet Long.
Aslc for Mr. Diclcerson
From the cradle to the grave moit of man'a activities will now bo. ttxtxTnader tho
new Revenue Bill, points out an Attociated Press correspondent, since "baby'i first dash
of talcum powder under the 2 tax on cosmetics will help the TQtttmwt'ttf,mlk9iim
and after death, the Federal Collectors will be on hand to get th Inheritance Tax at
advances on the present rate of from on $50,000.00 to 10 on $1,000,000.00."
While Congressman Ritchin and Senator Simmons, respectfreif ' responsible fbt
tho Tax Revenue legislation in the House and Senate,-express much satisfaction , with it,
the newspaper press in various sections of the country is commenting upon what it
deems, to use the words of the New York Evening San, the law's serious "inequities,1'
"obscurities," "incomprehensibilities," and " unworkabilities.' ,
In THE LITERARY DIGEST for 6ctober 13th, a clear exposition of what the new
taxation will cost individuals and corporations is given and the drift of public opinion upon
it is shown. Other striking phases of the world's news are presented under these headings t
k ...... : .. i i'-'y ; rtV 14
How to Recognize the Raiik, and Service Branch, of Nayy T.Ien
A Full Paje of Illustrations Showm the Shoulder Straps, Sleeve losifnia, Chsmviis, (Uar Dericee, ; ,
and Specialty Marks Worn by Officer and Men la the United States) Navy
The Yellow Peril in Germany
German Gold in French Politic
Military Aid from Japan
Building Year House to Suit the Climate
A New Safety Car-Step
America' First Camouflage Company
German Opera Tabu in Chicago
Examining William U' Divine Right
"Carry On!" . .. .
New of Finance and Investment
Hearst, Tammany, Mitchell, and America
We Lend a Few BiLaioat to Ottsetor
Why Men Fail
A Plea for the Coarser Bread-Stuffa
The Quarrel Over Lincoln's Statue
The Pope's Motives 5
Is "ChmtineV' Run to Earth?
Knights of Columbus War-Work
Rooting Out Christianity , in Germany
Personal Glimpses of l!en and Events
ExctilaU lUtutratiiu, Both Hi
We Need An Educated Gtfceniy
to Influence our national policies l at home - and
abroad voters who can Intelligently support or
condemn the stand of their offisiali, according to
It true merits. And here U a news-magazine, help
in to develop a citiaen body educated in all our
vital foreign and domestic attain, THE LITER
ARY DIUEST affords real education. It reports
events add conditions Just ss they are, aad Just
as taey are viewea oy au aiaereni parties, it
leaves no room 'for uncertainty, prejudico, or
mislntormation. THE DIGEST gives all aides
of every question so that the cidaen who reads
.k may be fuUy informed and able to pass sane,
anprejudked fudiment 'v : " , j
October 13th Nmaber oa Sale ToJay AO Newteakrs 10 Ceats
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