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PAGE TWO LOGANSPORT PHAROS-REPORTER WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1917 : The largest cla«K to g r a d u a t e f r o m (he lo*il high .school it) t b o history of the aehool. g r a d u a t e s t h l « year, there being e x a c t l y KtO p u p i i f i who will be given t h e i r diplomas. Schools of the c i t y w i l l close TUOH- day, May 29. Prof. Moran of P u r d u e u n i v e r s i t y will d e l i v e r s h e com i none t-,- i n e n t addrenK, and Kov. B. \S'. Tyler of the C a l v a r y Presbyterian c h u r c h w i l l d e l i v e r t h o b a r r a l a u r o a t o sermon. The, graduates of t h e h i g h Hchool are as f o l l o w s ; Decic R. A l b r i g h t Florence L. Baker I'earle"!. Baker Kslher 10. B u l l n r d Helen T. Ham oil M. F. O a n i H f i u l e Mary L. Bonne i f M, Thelma Be null I r e n e Berry man P. W. B. Bof-rger Marie U u r d e n F. B. IlurkeU H u i d a F. Coloman Florence Coriunt ixora R Cornel I Mild rod O l i v e D. D o w n i n g Mai'g'l C. Karloy Helen J. K i l l s * A l i c e V. Fansdor H. H, Ferguson .Murg'l. F o r g u H o n M u r y iiolcri Flory U r s u l a M. Flory Fern Gangloff Mary K. Gatt;.". H e l e n M. O r i e n t Helen G i l b e r t 101ix, F, Powell Helena B. Powlen G l a d y s .\i. Price lOdyOi M. Reed Florence G, Reed H a r r i e t i l e i g h f e r G. B, Robinson M a r i o R. H h u n y R u b y A . S m i t h J o a n ' t o Slornberg G, G. tSwarUol M. C. S w j g a r l Klhol L. T h o r n M e l o n M. T u c k e r Ifmbei J. V'ancf Kthe.l G. V a u g h a n F. G. W a l l a c e 0. B. Wash b u r n I r e n e Wohber M. L. W i l l i a m * A, M . X i n n i n g o r James G. A y r o H ('ecll L. Bonne 11 H a r o l d L. HrijCKH G l e n n ('omaf.ock W. C. Condon I''., (). Crocket I. A l v J H P. Crowo Josephine 10. H u t c h R a l p h L. C i i H l e r Grace 10, H e c k a r d R a l p h R, D u b b H Mar'n I loch h a l t e r M. 10, L. Job mum H , K l l / a h o t h K l i n e L u r a 10. Layman Kthel M. LOOM Helen 0. L o w t h e r J O v e l y n Hee Lvon R o b ' t C. Dun nan C. K. Giuigloff H e r b e r t ( J e i g e r R. r. H a g e n b u c k W. 11;. H a g e n b u c k A. P. Holloa (Uirl W Blanche M c D o w e l l G e r a l d J. L.VOIIH Do rls M e Do we! I 10. M, M c M l l S e n Naomi Me M l l i e n Marg't K. Malben M a b e l L. Marsha 11 Lena M. M a r t i n G l e n o r u 10, M o r r i s 101 ix. 10. M u r p h y M a t i l d a N e h o r Lois H, Nagto Ferne G. Parriflh 10. JOvelyn T'prry F. 11. f t o b ' f fl. M l l r o y V i r g i l G. M o r g a n AVni.'C!. M y o r H Dan'l F. N a t i o n Floyd R. Noff Leonard Neff Donald Six L. M. S p r i n k l e F. S. S t e i n b a u e r Jofiftph M. If hi K. B. W h l l a c t l , Jr. , Healthy Skin r PEPENDS ON KIDNEYS, Tho" «kin and Uio lnlo»tinort, \vVilo] pork togoLbAr with t h e Icidneya to throv nil (he polnonn of t-ho body,,do i\ pur f Urn work, hut a oleum body and i loajthy ouo dopenda on tfto kidneys .f tlio kldnejw nro clogged wtth^loxii )oiflona you Buffer from atilfne/ia in tin ;iieoa in the morniua on tttia'mg, voui oiuU Ncem "maty, . you muy hay( 'heumatio painw, puin in Iho brvok, «Li6 lock, hoadachofl, Bomotimof) swollen fed ir neuralgic paiim--aJl duo to tho ur'u leid or toxio poisons in tho blool. Thif tho timo to go to a drug store and limply obtain a 60o, pnckago of Anurio. 'double strength), the discovery of Dr. Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y. Then d r i n k n Hip of hot water before rneala, w i t h an Knurio Tablet, and notice I.ho gratifying 'cimlta. Anurio will help you, beciuitco it luahoa tho kidnoyn of impurities. Many .irney morfi/notlro thanlithia. Dissolve! irio aoid aa vatw docva sugar, NEWS OF VALPARAISO. Valparaiso, Ind.--"I took Dr. Pierces' Fa v or i to Prenc r i p I i on and his Golden Med« ical Discovery when n young lady and found they did me more good than tho doctor's nied* jioine, wo I can bM\ly rooommend botli the*sj m e d i c i n e s . f -- M us, i ALMA M. KLAPPHR, 205 Valparaiflo St. In everylrup;atore in you will find Dr. Pierce'a Favorite Proaoriptiou, tho ever-famous friend to iuling women, aud Dr. Piorce'e Golden Medical Discovery. proven by years to bo the greatest general reconsfr-uctor, Thoao herbal medicines are put up in liquid and tablets. Contain no alcohol or narcotic, JjBgrcdienta printed on wrapper Chiropractic locates and removo* the cause of 96 per cent of all' human allmenta, such a» Asthma, AppendJ- citia, Backache, .H)pi- lepsy, L«sa of Voic« ( Goitre, Gout, Hay Fever, Headache, Heart Dlseaso, Stiff Neck, Insanity, Jauudice, Ivumbago, Poritonitta, Neu ral gi a, Paralysis, Piles, Neurttii, nnd general nervousness. Spinal Analysis Mf. J. Krantz, PUone OFPIO.H: JH)i»rth and Bcoadway, M O.XKT--Special Term Kntos lo .Fftrwors. Call write or phone* Legal Loan Company X DEADLY GRIP B E F O R E ARJUS, errific- fighting, a c c o r d i n g to r e p o r t s from London and Paris, Is » t i l l place n n a r U u l l e c . o i i r t (2), a t I he s o u t h e r n end of the A r r a s Hue. The B r i t i s h h i i v o advanced K l l g h t l y .south of the Scarpe, and on the n o r t h h a n k of t h e stream east, of Roue-x ( I ) a German c o u n t e r a t t a c k has been boat.cn h a c k , v/ilh a c a p t u r o of p r i H o n o r n . Heavy Gorman t h r u s t s on the C r a o n n e p l n a t e a u ( 3 ) w e r e repulHo.d b y t h e French. C H I C A G O , May 15. --Continuation of the p r o s p e r i t y of the country in of Din w n r , and c o n t i n u a t i o n w i t h o u t e x p e r i e n c i n g a n y t e m p o r a r y depression w i l l f o l l o w Iho a d o p t i o n ol 1 a " l u i f l i n o H R an U H i m l " program, In H h o . o p i n i o n of J. Ogdon A r m o u r , Chicago moat p a c k e r a n d m n m b o r o f t h o I l l i - noiH S t a t f t a C o u n c i l of Dcfouso and of t h e advisory c o m m i t t e e of the C o u n c i l for Nnti'onal Defense. "Tho p r o m p t a d o p t i o n by tho A m e r i can people of (he ' b i i H i n e f i y as u s u a l ' idea IH going to e n a b l e t h i s nation to proHeculc war w i t h o u t e x p e r i e n c i n g a t e m p o r a r y depression :nich as K n g l n n d and France have r e c e n t l y recovered from." Mr. A r m o u r said, diac.ussiug l,he economic c o n d i t i o n of the country. " M o d e r n w n r , " ho said, " r e q u i r e s tho e x p e n d i t u r e of hus'o H u m s of money and meaiiH m a x i m u m e m p l o y m e n t and h i g h wages for n i l workers. O t h - er c o n d i t i o n s - p e c u l i a r to I his w u r m a k e it certain I hut ( h i s n a t i o n w i l l enjoy a period of! business and iiuluM- U'lnl a c t i v i l y t h e l i k e o f which has never been seen and svhlcb la assured w h e t h e r t h e w a r lasts several m o n t h s or several years." Misapvlli'iUioii of Dconoinj" S p e a k i n g of t h e possibility t h a t over c a u t i o u s n e s s m i g h t r e s u l t f r o m w a r economy suggestions, M r . A r m o u r s a i d : "There Is some reason to b e l i e v e l h n ( economy r u l e s - w i l l m e m i s a p p l i e d for a w h i l e , but c o n d i t i o n s are such t h a t the p u b l i c w i l l soon see if t h e y have not already, that, there is no occasion w h a t e v e r for t h e m to become a l a r m e d . They w i l l h a v e more money to spend t h a n ever before ami they will not find the t h i n g s they w a n t disappearing* from tho market. "There is an a b n o r m a l demand for e v e r y t h i n g tho workers of ,011s conn- fry CHU grow o r m a n u f a c t u r e . There is work at high wages for every man a u d woman w h o w a n t s work," Of the billions to be lout to the allies Mr. A r m o u r s a i d ; "As a m a t t e r of fact it is a misnomer (o call it a loan to our a l l i e s . We are p r i m a r i l y ext e n d i n g ' t h e m credit. I n s t e a d of sending b i l l i o n s of dollars out of .the country, t h e t r a n s a c t i o n means t h a t b i l lions of dollars w i l l a c t u a l l y be freed for c i r c u l a t i o n in Ibis c o u n t r y , t h r o u g h purchases of our products. And. iu t h i s connection remember t h e government of the H n i l e d Stater, is now a b u y e r for war purposes and the d o l - lars of I'ncle Sam have a l r e a d y bei;un to pour f o r t h to stores, factories and f a r m s to pay for the expense of mobilizing, drilling 1 , .equipping and feeding the army and navy. "Under the civilian boards g a t h e r ed together by the President to direct the great work of preparation ihks na- t i o n is going ahead, fortified against delay and mistakes through the intelligent application of the lessons learned in England and In France. This applies to i n d u s t r y as well as war. Profitable Lessons In TTnr, ! "There is abundant, evidence that, we are profiting from t h e experience of Europe, and t h a t our President, and bis advisers are going- to prevent, a u y industrial hitch such as preceded the prosperous business c o n d i t i o n s now prevailing in the British Isles and in France. "T consider t h e present the most Auspicious period from the standpoint "Never tasted anything so $ood sn my life as ol' n a t i o n a l p j - o s p o r l t y In my memory. There is not one reason why the business of f h i $ c o u n t r y should not proceed in i t s n o r m a l course and on ever- i n c r e a s i n g l i n e s , There Is not ono reason why people s h o u l d f e a r for t b c f u t u r o o r should p e r m i t t h e m a e l v o B to b o / H W f i y e d .from the, c e r t a i n t y t h a t they are on a sound .financial basis. The per c a p i t a w e a l t h of A m e r i c a n s today is g r e a t e r l i m n ever · before--7 g r e a t e r than that, of the people of any n a t i o n at any t i m e In the past or In tho nresonl. Our national w e a l t h is pust t b o w i l d p s f ; dreams of a f e w years back, " L a b o r 1M s a t i s f a c t o r i l y e m p l o y e d aud at record wages. Every d n y t h a t the war I n s l s w i l l flnd a greater dem a n d for the labor' and the brains of the wage and salary earners of the U n i t e d States. C e r t a i n t y of w.pric and cort.ainl: of wages n r e the prime factors of p r o s p e r i t y . They m a k e pros- p e r i t y c e r t a i n . " W h e t h e r the war ends t o m o r r o w , or w h e t h e r it l u s t s i n d e f i n i t e l y , this is c e r t a i n ; The U n i t e d States, having possession of a p p r o x i m a t e l y '10 per c e n t , of the w o r l d ' s s u p p l y of gold, t h e Krealest n a t u r a l resources, a n d geographical I s o l a t i o n , is certain to s u f f e r less t h a n any o t h e r n a t i o n in tho war or in ( l i e whole world. P r o s p e r i t y Well Based, "The f u t u r e of our n a t i o n Is sccuro, Our business prosperity is f o u n d e d ou safe grounds, our l a b o r s i t u a t i o n is re- m a r k a b l y good, and t cannot, coiinolvo of a sane or J u s t i f i a b l e reason w h y the people of Iho U n i t e d States should become alarmed over a n y phase of the m a r t i a l business or i n d u s t r i a l situa- t i o n . . "Tho n a t i o n has been advised to economl/e on food. Economy means tho i n t e l l i g e n t , use w i t h o u t , wa.st.e; it does not call for self-denial. Economy was recommended to stop ( h e w a s t e of tho, $700,000,000 w o r t h of food w h i c h goes i n t o t h e garbage pail each yofir. Ttrn wave of p a t r i o t i s m sweep- i n g over the c o u n t r y should not size u p o n p a r s i m o n i o u s economy as a means of expression. Thera is no neod for people i o cense purchasing-. There is neod only for the e l i m i n a t i o n of e x t r a v a g a n c e and waste. There is no reason, w h a t e v e r f o r t h e c u r t a i l m e n t of the use of t h i n g s o r d i n a r i l y needed by the people. There is need t h a t eve r y t h i n g be put to use. "As p a t r i o t s it IB our duty to stop the wastage of f o o d ; as patriots it. is equally i m p o r t a n t , that, we do not stop t h e o r d i n a r y purchasing; on which the "business and the i n d u s t r y of the country are f o u n d e d , Hysterical economy is as-'much a menace to the .nation as is prodifi-al waste. The pursuance of our n o r m a l business along u s u n i lines Is of paramount .importance at this time In order that our nation may m a i n t a i n , i t s e l f on a sound economical and i n d u s t r i a l basis from which f,o prosecute the m i l i t a r y phase of the struggle for the freedom of mankind, Importance of Faith. "Faith is (he great need of the people today--faith in Providence to lend might to our right, f a i t h iu n a t u r e to respond b o u n t i f u l l y to the w o n d e r f u l efforts of our agriculturists to increase tho food supply, to provide a surplus for our allies, a n d faith in our government, w h i c h has taken hold of the problems before it. in a way t h a t demonstrates t h a t it is deserving of our faith. "If I were asked," Mr, Armour said, "to give a message to the American people, to the farmers, the wage earners, the merchants and the m a n u f a c - turers and all--it would be t h i s : Be strong in your faith that n a t u r e will reward the efforts being made to pro- tia-'c hie. crops, "and co-operate with our President, Wood row Wilson, in h;-, efforts to keep the nations composed and ao organized as to most efficiently prosecute war. Be confident and live your normal lives as far possible, Make business proceed as usual.' SPARKS FROM THE ANVIL WASHINGTON---The t r a n s f e r of Dr. Paul R i t t e r as minister from Switzerland to a ne\v poist at Tbc Hague is believed here to be due to a conviction on the part of the Swiss government t h a t real peace negotiations w i l l be started n e x t a u t u m n . WASHINGTON',--The war d e p a r t - , m e n t is expected to reject all offers that have been made by n a t u r a l i z e d Americans to organize regiments of foreign s p e a k i n g volunteers for serv ice. during the w a r . All such are expected to bo advised to enlist In the regular way, WASHINGTON,---Several senators and representatives will join the navy Cor a time if congress can complete, its program and adjourn by J u l y 1.6. WASHINGTON.--The c o u n c i l of national defense I« consider ins t a k i n g over a n u m b e r of vacant factories in various part of iho U n i t e d StatOK and operating them for tho m a n u f a c t u r e of supplies that are b a d l y .needed by the a r m y and navy. . W A S H I N G T O N . -- A d m i n l f i l r a t i f i n of rtcials said, today t h a t it was idle to speculate on w h a t action the; president w i l l take on the Roosevelt provision in the a r m y d r a f t bill. He has given It no consideration and w i l l not do so u n t i l the bill is in his hands, officials said. WASHINGTON.--'Recrulltnff for t h e n a v y on an even larger scale began t o d a y f o l l o w i n g the senate's action in i n c r e a s i n g the personnel to 150,000 men and the m a r i n e corps to 30,000 and increasing; tho pay rates. 1,0- a n d Mr. and Mr is, Devon By boo of gansport spent Sunday w i t h Mr. Mr-H, C l y d e R o b b i n g Miss Tina Bailey of S o u t h Bond cama S u n d a y for a short; visit w i t h h o m e folkfi. Mr. and Mrs. F u K z of Rich'land C e n ter and Mr. and Mrs, .Lee Thompson of K e w a n n a took d i n n e r A'lth Mr. and Mrs. K e n n e t h Thompson Sunday. Charles S a u n d e r a and Jack W a d d u p who h a v e been w o r k i n g in Chinrio, la,, came h o m e Monday. Garnet a n d M a r y Newport, .of Lo- ifanaport spent S u n d a y with f r i e n d w and r e l a t i v e s of this place. . L i t t l e J o h n W i l l i a m D i v o l y is not m u c h improved at this writing, The store r e c e n t l y owned by 8. 'b. W i l l l a m a has been purchased by A. Ilobbins. Mrs. M o l l l e M u r r a y entertained at. d i n n e r Sunday, M r , a n d M r s , R a y M a u d l i n a n d f a m i l y , M r . a n d Mrs, A l v a M i l l e r and Mr. and Mrs, Goor^o Wadd u p s and f a m i l y . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer P l a n k , Mr. Ora Babb and f a m i l y , s p e n t Sunday w i t h Jnines Nelson and f a m i l y . M l a s I r e n e Call has returned to her home in 'Logan sport, .from v i s i t i n g her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lin- dorsmith. Mr. .Harrison .tshelman and f a m i l y spent S u n d a y w i t h Mr. W i l l Cox and f a m i l y , Mr. and Mrs. A l i e n ^hafl'er spent S a t u r d a y n i g h t a n d S u n d a y at O n - w a r d . Mr. and Mrs. H u r r y Blan entertained Mr. and M r s . Frank Sparry and f a m i l y of Bunks Hill, and M a d e l i n e Frush of Logansport, Ora Babb spent S a t u r d a y in Lo- gansporl. Mrs. Ben Bonett oC Royal Gentry spent S a t u r d a y night and Sunday with hoi- brother, C. B, Rhodes and f a m i l y , Mrs. Chas. Lowey a n d ^ M r s , Chns Wenclling of Logan sport called on Mrs. A l l o n S h a f f e r Saturday afternoon. G r a n d m a Witt a. is v i s i t i n g her son, Grant W i t f a and f a m i l y , Mr, and Mrs. John Spohn spent the day, S u n d a y w i t h the lalter's parents, and Mrs. Ridenour. Mr. Ben Cook and f a m i l y wore S u n d a y guests of Laiinie Davis f a m i l y . Mrs. Fern Rogers and Mrs. W, G, Umbarger visited In Kokomo Saturday. Joseph K l i n e and f a m i l y spent the day Sunday with their son, R.oscoc Kline and f a m i l y . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shirley spent Sunday in Logans.port, M1ss M a r y Munson Is spending the week w i t h - her brother Owen Munson a n d f a m i l y . Mr. and Mrs. John .Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tritt spent Sunday afternoon with Lawn Davis and f a m - ily. Mrs, LezzSe A r t h u r of Logansport is quite i l l . Mrs. John Helrio, Mrs. Irene Gilson were among Logansport shoppers Monday. W. E. Rhodes and f a m i l y have returned to their home In Walkerton from visiting thctir parents, A. B. Rhodes and family. Mr. t h e a u d W. B.-Lake, William \Vampler and d a u g h t e r Anna, J, C. Fatten, Mr. a,nd. Mrs. W, R, Beit, Mr, and Mrs. John DUon, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Sines, BELL-AN s Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it. 25cat al! druggists, These In Leading Manufacturers Have Turned Over to Us Fifty Fine Spring Suits m Due to c o n t i n u e d cool weather, t h e soiling- of Women's Spring ( J a ween retarded lo t h e e x t e n t ( h a t m a u u i ' a c . f u r e r s have, "let en eel prices m a n y choice, lots of Suits. These a d v a n t a g e o u s , purchases will be o n - s a l e t o m o r r o w and w i l l he- eagerly accepted by t arid a n w r e c i w f p u n u s u a l v n i i i P K . arid appreciate u n u s u a l values. I; $25, $30 at Vo lire offer-ins t h f t MOST RT^IAKK.V1U.E SUIT Values In Our Kislorj-, Uini't UJITC In nilud wlion you Head This ud t h e u m i t f l i u i t » t h a t y*u gt't In mom store* for S l W A N T Y O U TO CO.UK P R K P A K K I ) o lind S t u n K!TO. B e a u U f u l l y T r i m m e d ,Snl|.s t h n l y o u r friends J t o l l c v f ) yon paid ( i n l y $11,85 f o r , Over l l f f y dii'ferent Riyles, Twllln, Wool \lenr Sult-B, Oa S u l t K f K n R l l s l t Poplin, French Tho y n r u i o u t s are m n d o by ( h o foremost S u i t M n n u f n e f u r t j r s of A n i e r l c i i ; oO i» cliooKe f r o m ; JMI ( n o models alike, .Models f l i n t \rill »n s h o w n » n d «old In I he moHl o x o l u s l v o xliop at (wo ami ( h r o e l i m n s o u r snle price, To n d v l s c e a r l y selection Is a l m o s t a w a s t e ol' words, K v c r y m n f o r l t i l f l n i l Is nued t h i s sowiOH Is to he f o u n d In Uils assorfment nml In all t h o new coloring. Coals lliKMl w i t h tho l i n p R l of p l n l n Peau dc Oygne, silk or f a n c y brocaded llnlnp's, "QUALITV COATS" JXO HIGH P1I1C.KS. Mai, C o n f K HIH( If h o i i f r l t f - f n Urn regular w»y, s h o u l d h a v e in price n IniJf higher, mid H o m e cubes tfn»n d o u b l e I he snle price. Wool Vol o u r Coals, W o o l P o p l i n Coals, Wool Jersey Con IK, M a n n i s 1 1 · S « r go Coals, YK1V C O L O R S : Greon, Hose, Hrltfht . B l u o (in»r% H o n e y , N w v y Blue. · t M / jfa "»n (lfc ,»,; ^--// N E W M O D K L 8 -R KM A RK A B f/K V A ht'EB. Goes w i t h o u t snying, of coiirKc, dial one muiji h a v « a sefi- n r a l o shirt, n n d HICKO In stripes or plaldB, nro f h c Insl word, leii u I Minnie s y l h t h l o iif s t y l e , f u l l n e s s nf f h o wafsl, l i n e is deep shirring: f i n d t h e p o t - k e f s ore f x t r n w l y clever, t'or insfatiee you w a y h n v o Hirlpcg In Blue, Or ecu « n d JRomun C rlai HO n, (||II«K, Scrgcn, PltifdK, I n f h o H r n - KOn'h' hlJHU'U'Mt and inosl cj;('lu» H i v e Hiylcs, Kiilln- blo for every oe,. CHSJOI), If POKHJ- blf! be here when lhc» «flle K t n r l s ot S ;!!(), nil d lin among f l i c f i r s t fo crliooRO from Uiese w o n d e r f u l Alterations Froe Jim Sines, Jim Bell, Clarence Lake and Mrs. J o h n H o w a r d attended the f u n e r a l of A. J. Haynes at Kokomo, Sunday. Miss Armetta Kennedy-, of · Kokomo was t h Q guest Sunday ot Miss Gertie Day. . Glenn W o l f e and f a m i l y , M r s . Al Hoover and children, Frank Gripe and family were the guests Sunday of Jacob Gripe and wife, H. Z. Carey and f a m i l y , Frank Carey and f a m i l y , Art Carey and family, Charles Carey and family, Ellas Carey, Mrs. Hattie Eckley and children, V i r - gil Mendehail and family were the guests Sunday of Wes Bevington and family. W. B. Lake and wife, J. C, Patton and soiuJud, John J. Moore and f a m - ily were the Sunday guests of W. M, Wampler and family. Mrs, Alice Snider, Mrs. Nora Snider and daughter Maria were the guests Sunday of Roe Stanley and family, Bob McConnell returned home from- Park county .Saturday evening. John Wolfe spent Monday with hta brother, Glenn Wolfe, and family, Willie Lynaa and family were the guefsta Sunday of Bert Burtch and f a m i l y , Mrs, Bruce M a r t i n ami daughter Esther were the week-end guests of P. L. M a r t i n and wife. Bob McConnell snd wife were the guests Sunday evening of Charles Stewart and wife. .Atlases Glee SpraUling, Bertha Brown, Claude M e r r e l l and Letille Bell were the guests Sunday of Claude Small and f a m i l y at Walton. Mrs, A d d i e Robertson wan the guest Sunday of Grant Ammerman and family. James Hayne« 'and wife of Lagrange county were the week-end guests of John Dixon and wife. Mrs. M i n n i e K n i g h t and children..of 1 New Waverly wore tho week-end guests of A. J, Holipetcr and wife. Mr., and Mrt?, A, J. Ifolfpetor and Catherine Goldsbcrry were tbc ) Monday afternoon, of G r a n t A m m e r m a n and f a m i l y , A'JTORMvY LONG TO TALK. A t t o r n e y U. F. JXJHK will a meeting of men and women to te held in the Central school b u f l d f corner Seventh and Broadway tonight at 8 o'clock, u n d e r i h e auspices 'Woman's Francliiftd I^a^ue. A n u m ber of men have exp.re«Rf«j a desire *o liear Mr. Lon« and J h e meeting \v, thrown open to both men and women. 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