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Societ Washington Seminary Notes. Notes. vS "In1lnty "In1lnty "In1lnty Is Is director director director of of the Neediework Neediework Neediework Neediework Neediework eund eund eund The Irlg faave faave always given given generously generously generously generously but this A Winter Romance By By By Je n Baird V. V. The Theater Party ckiEJ'JS ckiEJ'JS who who do 3 caiiea caiiea caiiea caiiea up" up" i i i asxed asxed mj mj charming guest as as she she she came in from a walk walk my dear. dear. I haven haven haven t the slightest idea who was ft ft "Herbert "Herbert KendaU. KendaU. KendaU. KendaU. KendaU. KendaU. KendaU. Nan Nan WmMns WmMns slightly slightly slightly slightly e have to to to ea na Invited Invited all all of ui ui to go to vne vne theater with him this evening evening "But "But hesitated Ntn Ntn Ntn .O'1- .O'1- .O'1- .O'1- .O'1- .O'1- I I accepted for you you m\ m\ m\ dear dear before before before she she she could could object object object I I I knew jou jou would love to go. go. Ne\er Ne\er Ne\er Ne\er did Nan look prettier than on that evening as she she came down down the stairs stairs to join us us us us Her hindsome hindsome gowr gowr n r cortace cortace bouquet H -rbs -rbs oTcr oTcr oTcr nS her glorious brown brown lair lair set set off to perfection her her her sparkling sparkling eves eves 11 11 1 1 beautiful complexion complexion complexion complexion complexion He He was truh truh truh bewitching bewitching "Jove "Jove I heard Herb exclaim un ler ler ler hla hla hla breath breath as he eaught sight her on the the landing landing And his eve eve eve never never never never never never left her the rest of the e\enin e\enin e\enin e\enin e\enin Throughout the entire evening evening evening Nap Nap Nap Nap complexion complexion remained fresh and \f' \f' \f' V ty It was because because she used Hag-r Hag-r Hag-r Hag-r Hag-r Hag-r Hag-r Magnolia Magnolia Balm that fragrant liqu liqu powder. powder. So easy to apply ne\ ne\ comes comes off off and cannot be detected detected detected detected Or Or can can can get It from dealers dealers for "a "a "a cent. cent. cent. cent. i i s post post paid from the Lyon Manufictur Manufictur Manufictur Manufictur Manufictur Ing Ing Co. Co. Co. 100 So So Fifth Fifth Fifth fet. fet. Brookljr Brookljr N Y. Y. Y. Y. Three colors white pink and rose-re3 rose-re3 rose-re3 rose-re3 rose-re3 rose-re3 rose-re3 rose-re3 rose-re3 Herb snatched a minute with Nan ajone just before he left our IK an came in shortly with a 'light 'light 'light 'light ir ir her eyes eyes I I had had never Eeeji Eeeji befo befo e V "I "I "I "I wonder said said I to myself as\J as\J as\J dropped off off to to sleep sleep sleep sleep To be continued. continued. continued. continued. wtf year when the announcement announcement warn warn mad mad mad mad that there there were more more more more than than two two nundred and fifteen fifteen garments garments garments garments and over fifty fifty dollar dollar dollar in money there was was a a spirit of elation elation quit quit perceptible. perceptible. perceptible. perceptible. The thirty garments made by the boarders boarders boarders were particularly attractive. attractive. The six six sweaters sweaters sweaters for men certainly certainly certainly certainly looked warm. warm. This This This This donation Is Is the form which th Thanksgiving Thanksgiving offering offering of of the school school takes takes The seniors during their fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh man year and those succeeding have tried HO HO HO HO add to the pleasure pleasure of of tke tke tke crippled crippled crippled crippled children children on special days days A committee from the class carried carried a box of of oranges oranges oranges to the Inmates of of the hospital hospital hospital hospital on Wednesday afternoon. afternoon. These These These same same seniors seniors are still en joy ing- ing- he memory of the Georgia Products dinner dinner The big yellow chrysanthemums in a basket with bows and streamers of blue tulle made an effective effective oenterpiece oenterpiece oenterpiece oenterpiece IH-the IH-the IH-the IH-the school colors colors The hand-paimed hand-paimed hand-paimed hand-paimed hand-paimed place cards was the work of Rebec Rebec ca Harrell. Harrell. a member of of of of the class class class class The sophomores sophomores gave Wednesday Wednesday afternoon to aiding the ladles in charge of the children children of the Home of the Friendless Friendless This class helped last iear iear iear iear to make the the the nursery nursery of this this worthy Institution Institution Institution Institution more attractive. They intend to oubstantially oubstantially oubstantially aid the nursery again this winter. winter. The newly organized freshman freshman class class has decided decided decided that tneir tneir tneir interest interest interest interest shall shall center center center In the annex of the if. if. C C Home for Young Young Woarfn They They experflo experflo experflo experflo furnish a Washington seminary seminary seminary seminary room there there there similar to the two fuwtshed fuwtshed by the Juniors Juniors In Tne Tne Bufofd Bufofd home home which they still still still maintain maintain The French French picnic' picnic' picnic' of the sixth grade grade was a great success success Several automobiles full full full of happy children went went went te- te- te- te- Cascade Springs Springs Mademol- Mademol- Mademol- Mademol- ille ille ille Caluso tatigjit tatigjit them French practically while they ate lunch lunch and later while they played played played games games MEETINGS The regular meeting of Cherokee Rose lodge lodge No. No. No. No. No. 606 606 Ladies Ladies Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of of of Railroad Trainmen Trainmen will will be held held Friday Friday Friday Friday December December 5 at 2 2 30 30 p m. m. m. m. In the \/inam \/inam \/inam on Tentral Tentral avenue avenue Officers for the ensuing year year year are to be elected All members members members are requested to bo bo bo present. present. F The Nineteenth Nineteenth Century History class class class will will will meet with the president Mi Boiling Boiling Jones Thursday at 3 p in in in j y r jjigi The The Testing of of Julia Grant BY HAZEL DEYO BATCHELO BATCHELO BATCHELO Copyright 1919 1919 for Tb Tb ConstuuHlon. ConstuuHlon. ConstuuHlon. ConstuuHlon. JLucy JLucy JLucy State State Her Her Claim Claim Claim e e D READ THIS THIS FIRST. FIRST. Julia. Julia. Grant Is Is Is about to be married married to Dan Dan Carson hen he jilts jilts her for for another woman. woman. When the other woman jilts Dan in return .fee .fee .fee .fee comes comes back back to Julia Julia Julia and she she promises a a second second time to marry him. him. But. But. things are not as as they they they they they were and after Julia has has has has gUen gUen gUen gUen her promise she she discovers that she has has given her love to Dr. Dr. John N'orville N'orville N'orville N'orville N'orville head surgeon at the hospital hospital where she has gone to to to to study nursing nursing Julia is oppressed by her conscience and she she she feels that she cannot break break her promise promise promise to Dan Dan Then she discovered that Lucy Lucy Lucy her younger younger younger sister sister sister has has fallen in love with Dan Dan and she feels feels that that that that the the the time has come to tell Dan the truth truth which she she does. does. does. does. does. does. does. However However However he refuses refuses to release release her her and then as though fate had interfered interfered interfered purpo ely. ely. a few few few days days before before the wedding Lucy has has a a a bad falL CO CO O\ O\ UIT1I UIT1I THE STOR\ STOR\ STOR\ STOR\ CHAPTER CHAPTER LJV. LJV. LJV. LJV. LJV. LJV. If If Julia had imagined that Lucy in her days of of convalescence would be in a mood for for confidence confidence she was mistaken mistaken Lucy's Lucy's Lucy's Lucy's first hours with a clear brain showed showed showed a change change In her her and. and. strange to say. say. bhe bhe was cold cold almost hostile hostile hostile to Julia Julia Julia thought at tirst tirst that her attitude was the result of of her illness illness that she was merely querulous but after after a time Julia was forced to admit that that Lucy Was deliberately deliberately deliberately unfair unfair but she shrank away from any tooch tooch of Julia's Julia's hands hands and often often Julia would catch Lucy Lucy Lucy s gaze fixed on her from across the-roora the-roora the-roora the-roora the-roora an unfriendly unfriendly unfriendly distrustful look that was was unmistakable O-.e O-.e O-.e O-.e O-.e day Julia turned suddenly suddenly suddenly suddenly and met Lucv s eves eves full full She crossed over over to the the bed and fat fat fat fat down on It. It. It. It. Luc what Is It' It' Won Won Won t you tell me why you hate me BO' BO' Lucv Lucv twisted her lips Into a smile. smile. smile. smile. 'I 'I 'I 'I don t hate you you she denied. denied. 'You 'You 'You don don don t love me Julia re- re- I turned sadly sadly I I suppose suppose you v ant me to fall on Little Chaps and Young Fellows Look Look Fine in These These Hats and Caps Caps From $1.25 $1.25 $1.25 to $4.00 $4.00 $4.00 Four styles are illustrated 'but 'but we have many more. more. And 'm 'm 'm 'm the the desirable desirable desirable dark colors colors uhich uhich stay NEW NEW NEW NEW longest longest There are hats in velvet felt and velours for the little chap and cloth caps for the growing fellow who strives for that smart appearance which is the mark of care in dress and good taste taste You will do well to inspect these offerings they tffer tffer tffer tffer really exceptional values at the prices asked asked Hats From 32.25 32.25 32.25 32.25 32.25 to $7.50 $7.50 $7.50 Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Cnamberlin-Joknson-DuBose Co. Co. Co. Co. your neck because because because you nursed nursed me me me through this thing,1' thing,1' Lucy sneered. sneered. sneered. sneered. Lucy turned her bead bead bead away on the the the pillow and a a few mlyites mlyites later when Julia Julia returned to the room room she she saw that that Lucy's Lucy's Lucy's Lucy's Lucy's Lucy's Lucy's Lucy's eyes were closed and that tears tears were rolling rolling rolling down the thin white cheeks. cheeks. cheeks. cheeks. When Dan came to see her she she forced every bit of energy energy there was in her to the stofaoe. stofaoe. stofaoe. Ber Ber Ber cheeks would blaze with color color she would call call for for h r most becoming negligee and Julia Julia Julia Julia would arrange arrange arrange arrange arrange the thin blonde haird haird becomingly under a lace cap cap cap Then Lucy would preen before before Dan Dan would demand things coquettUhly coquettUhly coquettUhly would would epeak epeak epeak epeak Sharply Sharply Sharply Sharply to to Julia reproving her for careless careless careless ness ness quite openly openly openly would adopt. adopt. In fact fact the airs and graces of a very much spoiled young young person. person. Instead of of repulsing Dan. Dan. this attracted him. him. it appealed more than ever ever to his sense of of portection. portection. portection. portection. He liked the feeling feeling that swept over over him warmly when he overheard Mrs. Mrs. Grant tell tell the doctor that he was the onlv onlv person who seemed seemed to ba e iv influence over Lucy. Lucy. One day when when Julia was sitting by the window sewing sewing and Lucy was turning over the pages of a magazine idly idly the younger girl spoke. spoke. spoke. spoke. 'Julia 'Julia 'Julia do jou jou still think that Dan Carson loves you Julia put down her sewing afld afld afld did not answer for a moment. moment. Lucy Lucy went on hurrying her words. words. Do Do you Julia ha-d ha-d ha-d ha-d an an an utter utter distaste for for for discussing this thing with Lucy. Lucy. Lucy. Lucy. It It sounded so cheap and melodramatic melodramatic Dan fid fid fid not love Lucy Lucy he had said said so and Lucy seemed seemed to have BO BO BO little pride in disguising her own-feel own-feel own-feel own-feel own-feel ings ings She confessed her love in her coquetry toward toward toward toward him. him. If she she she bad not not been ill. ill. ill. ill. and and If If every one had had not spoiled spoiled her terribly terribly it would have been pitifully apparent to anyone anyone I I don't don't want to talk about It. It. Spots of of color color flamed flamed in Lucy's Lucy's face. face. face. face. She was becoming becoming becoming unduly excited "But "But "But I do' do' she she she returned returned hotly hotly Julia hastened to. to. pacify her her Lucy was still weak weak any excitement might bring back the fever. fever. She 'must 'must be humored humored Neverthelet-s Neverthelet-s Neverthelet-s Neverthelet-s Neverthelet-s Julia was determined not to talk the thing over again in its sordid de tails tails I don't don't see what there Is to say. say. Julia began began and then 'Lucy 'Lucy 'Lucy how can you want to talk about it Don Don Don t you see see that that that the whole thing is up to Dan' Dan' 'I 'I 'I know you think 1 1 have have no pride Lucy Hung Hung back. back. 'But 'But 'But I don't don't care care I ve watched you and Dan together and I know that its its your strength that he admires admires He feels feels that he must live up to It but with me he has nothing to live up to to I I lean on him him I depend on him and I think he likes it better than your strength strength Julia was looking looking at Lucy In amazement. amazement. Was this her little sister this woman who who talked this way Wa Wa s this Lucy Lucy Lucy of the blue eyes and the blonde hair and he childish simple ways This woman was owning owning up to having having having played a game for a man's man's man's man's man's man's love love love love Lucy w.as w.as w.as w.as confessing confessing confessing confessing that that she had had studied Dan that shfi shfi shfi shfi shfi had given thought to her carefully considered moves and that she believed believed she she wold win It was was astounding astounding and she was so sure of herself that Julia Julia was convinced. convinced. Even Even though though Dan Dan Dan Carson was sure he wanted one thing thing he was not so so strong that he could not be persuaded that he wanted another. another. Julia Julia Julia had been through one experience experience with him She knew' knew' But what If If he he were wobbly could uc-s uc-s uc-s be euro euro that she would would would keep his love for any length of time That That was the question question Music Study Club Meeting. Meeting. It has has been been found found necessary to in definitely postpone the "Peer "Peer Gynt" Gynt" program which which which which which which has has been announced for Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday evening of of this week week but the chorus chorus rehearsal and regular program of the Atlanta Music Study club will be held held as usual at 19 19 19 19 19 o'clock o'clock for for the the rehearsal and 11 11 11 for the program program program Wednesday morn ing ing at Egleston Memorial hall hall hall hall hall corner West Peachtree and North avenue. For the Holiday Holiday Season We Have Have Made Many Many Sliarp Sliarp Reductions Reductions Reductions Reductions tne Price of of of in LINENS With a a a full realization of the importance of Linens for he table during the Holiday season and the knowledge that it is hard to replenish the the Linen chest chest with prices as they are at present we have gone carefully through our stock of Cloths Cloths for the Table and Napkins to determine determine just what we could do in the way of price reduc- reduc- tioru The result will astonish you you and please please you too for we have have seldom betti betti betti able to offer values as decidedly good as these and another thing please please remember these offerings come at a time of tremendous shortage of material in the hands of manufacturers. manufacturers. SIZE 45x45 45x45 45x45 45x45 54x54 54x54 54x54 54x54 54x54 54x54 54x54 54x54 54x54 72x72 ,90x90 ,90x90 90x90 inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches inches DESCRIPTION Real hand-made hand-made hand-made Mosaic cloth. cloth. Very fine linen in elaborate designs. Presenting the opportunity to obtain obtain magnificent speci- speci- speci- speci- mps of the linen linen weaver's weaver's art at great savings in in price. price. There are are napkins which match in quality the cloths cloths listed. listed. i i 54x54 inches 54x54 54x54 inches &jx54 &jx54 inches 54x54 54x54 inches' inches' inches' 72x90 inches 72x90 inches 72x72 inches 72x72 inches inches 72x72 inches inches 72x72 72x72 inches inches 90x108 90x108 inches Real Madeira Cloth These really really handsome cloths for- for- for- the table are exceptionally fine linen and come from the looms of manufacturers who take pride in the quality and the artistry df df their products. products. For the the informal informal home gathering gathering or for the formal formal dinner these cloths will will assure dignity. dignity. FORMER PRICE 13.50 13.50 13.50 13.50 20.00 20.00 20.00 20.00 25.00 25.00 30.00 30.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 35.00 35.00 65.00 65.00 65.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 135.00 135.00 250.00 250.00 30.00 30.00 22.50' 22.50' 22.50' 35.00 35.00 45.00 45.00 75.00 75.00 65.00 65.00 45.00 45.00 35.00 35.00 27.50 27.50 27.50 27.50 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 100.00 100.00 REDUCED PRICE 12.50 12.50 13.50 13.50 17.50 17.50 22.50 22.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 17.50 25.00 25.00 47.50 47.50 38.50 38.50 82.50 82.50 175.00 175.00 5 5 27.50 27.50 19.50 19.50 25.035.00 62.50 62.50 52.537.50 28.50 28.50 22.50 22.50 22.50 45.00 45.00 45.00 82.50 82.50 There are exceptional values offered in filet lace cloths too in cluny table covers and and and in sets for for for the luncheon luncheon or for the pieces pieces of furniture which demand embellishment. embellishment. ChamberlmrJoKnsoii-DuBose ChamberlmrJoKnsoii-DuBose ChamberlmrJoKnsoii-DuBose ChamberlmrJoKnsoii-DuBose ChamberlmrJoKnsoii-DuBose ChamberlmrJoKnsoii-DuBose Co. Co. 86-96 86-96 86-96 WHITEHALL WHITEHALL Home Home Cooking BY MRS. MRS. M. M. A. A. WILSON WILSON WILSON Queen Victoria's Victoria's Former Cuisiniere Copyright 1919. 1919. for The The Constitution The The old old worjd worjd worjd custom custom of entertaining during the holidays holidays was extremely popular popular popular with the housewife housewife housewife of yesterday. yesterday. Of late years we have let this splendid splendid splendid splendid way way way of of keeping keeping alive alive old &ndT &ndT &ndT kindling kindling new friendship fall fall into disuse disuse disuse disuse Now that we are free free from from the strain strain of the late war war let let us turn ovlr ovlr ovlr thoughts to friendly little evening evening evening affairs affairs affairs in out out out own homes. homes. The mother of of a famlry famlry famlry famlry famlry with growing growing child rep. rep. can use this means means to meet the children's children's children's children's chums her her her husband husband husband s friends friends and return the the pleasures that she she has received received 'rom 'rom 'rom her own friends friends and neighbors. neighbors. The joung joung wife may make this this a Beans of of having having a neighbor or a a friend friend friend friend or two in for the evening evening evening while to the joung joung joung joung bride bride this will be a splendid splendid opportunity to gain poise- poise- poise- poise- poise- poise- and reaj reaj matronly matronly honors honors Some housewives like to select select Friday and Saturday evenings for these little affairs for the the reason that If If the guests linger linger linger an hour longer it will not cause a strain strain on the family the next morning morning as as as as usually an extra extra hour or two on both Saturday Saturday and Sunday evenings evenings can be permitted to the family for recreation. recreation. In a dear old knickefbockei knickefbockei home in New Yofk Yofk state. state. Where the mother Is housewife and maid the family consists of three three growing growing children the father and and mother have have Instituted a custom of of having their friends friends friends and neighbors three three night night night a month for for tea. tea. cards and a dance dance Surrounding this charming home are are thousands thousands thousands thousands like it it and yet the mother has taught taught taught taught her her children the true meanings of of hospitality hospitality Mother has the tea tea father the cards and the children children have the dance. dance. It has has long been the custom of the old Dutch Dutch housewives housewives housewives of New New York to to have tea with a.friend a.friend a.friend a.friend a.friend a.friend about 7 o clock clock clock and chat chat and and knit for a while while then return return home home to see the children returning returning returning returning about about about about 9 9 o'clock. o'clock. o'clock. o'clock. The mother of the home has followed the ways of of her old old long- long- forgotten ancestors ancestors ancestors and she usually usually entertains entertains entertains her friends the first Fri day of the month with with with tea TAo TAo daughters help help her to serve serve 7 7 Jack and father usually have have their meal served served served in the spotlessly scoured kitchen kitchen Father has a few buddies ove on the Second Second Satur Satur day evening evening evening for a game game game of pinochle pinochle and son Jack assists assists father "The "The "The "The voung voung voung voung voung people ha\e ha\e ha\e ha\e a dance on a last Fridav Fridav Fridav or or the month and mother and father father father usually lend a hand tj see that things go smoothh smoothh Mother Mother Mother plans irujipensive irujipensive menus and and and usually serves serves a salad with her tea tea CHOICE OF No No No No 1 Shrimp Shrimp and Celery Celery Celery Celery Salad Toast Tea No No 2 Cottage Cheese Sandwfche1 Sandwfche1 Sandwfche1 Sandwfche1 Swiss Swiss Drop Cakes iea iea iea iea iea No 3 Cavelnste Cavelnste Cavelnste Cavelnste Sausage Sausage Potato Salad Rolls Tea Recipe Recipe for Ttn Ttn Ttn Ttn Gnrsts. Gnrsts. Gnrsts. Gnrsts. Gnrsts. Gnrsts. Two cans of shrimp One large stalk of of of celery diced One green pepper pepper diced diced One One One head of well washed lettuce. lettuce. One cup cup cup of mayonnaise mayonnaise One large loaf f bread bread Cottage Cottage Cottage Cheene Cheene Cheene Sandwiches. Sandwiches. Sandwiches. Sandwiches. Butter the bread on the loaf and then then cut verv verv thin Cover each slice with cri p leases leases leases leases leases leases of lettuce lettuce then placfe placfe in a bowl One cup ef ef cottage cheese cheese cheese MRS.M.N.CULLUM MRS.M.N.CULLUM RESIGNS POSITION TO GO TO BELGIUM Mrs Mrs M. M. M. M. N N Cullup Cullup Cullup chief chief clerk in the school department at city hall hall announced Monday Monday Monday lhat'she lhat'she will re sign her position IT IT the system to accept accept a a place with the American embassy at Brussels Belgium Belgium Mrs Mrs Cullum Cullum has has cabled her her her acceptance acceptance and will will sail sail as soon soon as she she re ceives ceives word to embark embark embark At the embassy she she will assume assume charge charge of of the coderobm coderobm a place ea.ro ea.ro Ing with It considerable considerable considerable re sponsibility sponsibility sponsibility sponsibility The offer came to her through Mr. Mr. Armour charge de affaires Mrs. Mrs. Cullum Cullum Cullum was during the war connected with tlve tlve southern southern di vision of the Red Red Red Cross as assistant director of the the bureau of chapter production production production On On June IS IS last year upon upon recommendation recommendation recommendation of of Superintendent W. W. F F Djkes Djkes Djkes Djkes she she she was was was elected by by the board of education as chief chief clerk In the school department. She resides at 49 East Fourteenth street street Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dykes has not yet selected her successor. successor. C. C. C. B. B. PARKER OF M'RAE M'RAE PASSES INTO UNKNOWN McRae Ga Ga Ga Ga December 1 Spe Ial C B B Parker Parker financier and nromlnent nromlnent nromlnent business man of of McHae McHae McHae McHae McHae lied lied lied this'morning this'morning this'morning this'morning at 1 1 o clock clock clock at the age of of 83 83 He was was trustee trustee of Mercer Mercer Mercer univsrsltv univsrsltv univsrsltv univsrsltv univsrsltv for 20 years years and and one of the founders of Brewton- Brewton- Brewton- Parker Institute. Institute. His philanthropy found found found expression expression In large large large gifts gifts to Mercer. Mercer. Mercer. Mercer. Brew ton-Parker ton-Parker ton-Parker Bessie Bessie Tift and other Institutions Institutions Institutions Institutions For a number of years years he was was prominently connected with the na- na- Val stores stores business business at Savannah and at the time of of his death was president of the Merchants' Merchants' Bank of McRae His funeral funeral will be conducted from the the Baptist church Tuesday afternoon. afternoon. SAVANNAHIAN SIGNS BIG BIG MOVIE MOVIE CONTRACT CONTRACT CONTRACT CONTRACT CONTRACT Savannah. Savannah. Ga Ga December lj Spe Spe cial Savannah was was Interested Interested to day in news that a Savannah Savannah Savannah boy. boy. Larry Semon. Semon. Semon. Semon. Semon. has Just Just Just signed a contract with the Vltagraph Vltagraph Vltagraph people for three years at a a salary reported reported reported to be 11,200 11,200 000 a year. year. Semon started In as as as a cartoonist and is now a star star comedian. comedian. As As a lad lad lad he did sleight sleight sleight of hand strunts strunts and and and painted window igns igns igns igns In Savannah for the fun fun of of the work. work. COLEMAN POST WILL HOLD MEETING TONIGHT William B. B. Coleman post post No No 61 61 f f the the American Legion Legion will hold a meeting tonight in the main dining room of the Ansley hotel at 8 8 o'clock. o'clock. There will will be an Interesting program program program AJJ- AJJ- AJJ- AJJ- tneHTbers tneHTbers and and ex- ex- ex- ex- service men are urged to attend. attend. Ma says she buys POST TOASTSES TOASTSES TOASTSES crispest crispest corn corn flakes 'cause 'cause 'cause I like em But you can bet bet Ma gets gets her share share share too One medium-sized medium-sized medium-sized medium-sized medium-sized medium-sized onion onion onion grated. grated. grated. grated. Two green green green peppers peppers peppers chopped fine. fine. fine. fine. On teaspoon teaspoon of salt. salt. One teaspoon teaspoon bf paprika. paprika. One-half One-half One-half teaspoon of of mustard. mustard. mustard. mustard. One-half One-half One-half One-half One-half cup of mayonnaise. mayonnaise. mayonnaise. mayonnaise. Blend to mix mix mix thoroughly then spread on the lettuce and cover cover cover with with the prepared sliced bread. bread. Cut Into triangles. triangles. Swlwi'Dr Swlwi'Dr p C ke. ke. Three-auarters Three-auarters Three-auarters Three-auarters Three-auarters Three-auarters Three-auarters cup of white corn sirup sirup or honey. honey. Yolk Yolk of one egg egg Cream well and then add Four tablespoons of'snortennig. of'snortennig. of'snortennig. Two cups of of of flour. flour. Four level teaspoons of baking ponder ponder Two-thirds Two-thirds Two-thirds cup of water One teaspoon of flavoring flavoring Beat Beat to mix then then fold fold fold in stiffly beaten white of the egg. egg. egg. Prop Prop Prop by the teaspoon Into well-greased well-greased well-greased well-greased well-greased drop- drop- drop- cake pans pans and bake for for fifteen minutes in in a hot oven. oven. This This recipe makes fifty drop -cakes -cakes -cakes -cakes Sapper Sapper for for Father' Father' Father' Father' Father' Card Party. Party. No. No. J J Rarebit on Toast Guiger Guiger Cup Cakes Coffee No No 2 Smoked Sausage Sauer Kraut Potato Sa'-cj Sa'-cj Sa'-cj Sa'-cj Sa'-cj Coffee Coffee No No S S Grilled Oysters Baked Beans Rye Bread and and and Butter Coffee No No 4 Individual Oyster Oyster Oyster Oyster Pies Cold Slaw Mince Mince Tarts Coffee For For For the the lonng lonng Folk1 Folk1 Folk1 Folk1 Folk1 Dance. Dance. Dance. Dance. No No No I Pimento Sandwiches Layer Layer Layer Cake Coffee or Cocoa No 2 2 j Fruit Punch J Salmon and Potato Salafly Salafly Swiss Drop Cakes Coffee r\o. r\o. r\o. 3 Fried Oysters Potato Salad Sponge Sponge Cake Cocoa No 4 4 Sljnmp Sljnmp Sljnmp and Celery Salad Cookies Cocoa Individual Individual Individual Individual Ojmier Ojmier Ojmier Ojmier Plea. Plea. Plea. Plea. Plea. For six or eight people people Place in a miiing miiing miiing bowl One teaspoon of of salt. salt. One level table poon of of baking powder powder Sift Sift to mix mix then rub In one-half one-half one-half one-half one-half cup of shortening and mix to a dough with one-half one-half one-half one-half one-half cup of cold water water Divide into eight pte-es pte-es pte-es pte-es and rSi'i0"1 rSi'i0"1 about about one-quai- one-quai- one-quai- one-quai- one-quai- one-quai- one-quai- inch thick thick Now look over and ee from from bits of of shell about thirty-two thirty-two thirty-two oys- oys- oys- Draln Draln well and add One-half One-half One-half One-half One-half teaspoon -of -of -of -of paprika. paprika. One-half One-half One-half cup of flnelj flnelj minced celery. One tablespoon of of grated grated onion. onion. One tablespoon 'of 'of flnelv flnelv minced parsley parsley One teaspoon teaspoon of salt. salt. One teaspoon of paprika. paprika. One-half One-half One-half One-half One-half cup of of fine fine bread crumbs crumbs Mix thoroughly thoroughly then divide Into Into the. the. the. prepared prepared pastry pastry Wet the edges of the pastry with with cold cold water and press firmly together together Now make a tiny opening in the the top of crust to anow anow the steam to escape escape Place In well-greased well-greased well-greased well-greased well-greased pan and bake- bake- for twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five minutes In a moderate oven oven Serve with cream sauce sauce MRS. MRS. MARY KENNY DIES AT HOSPITAL HOSPITAL HOSPITAL HOSPITAL SERVICES TODAY TODAY The funeral services services of Mrs Mrs Margaret Mary Kenny Kenny 67 years old who died Sunday night at a private hospital hospital will will be conducted thla thla morning from the Church of of the Sacred Heart at 10 o clock. clock. clock. clock. clock. The Re v John Guinan Guinan will officiate. officiate. Before her marriage marriage Mrs Mrs Kenny was Miss Margaret Bloomfield She was born and reared and and and had lived 11 her life in Atlanta. Atlanta. Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Kenny is survived survived by he husband P P J Kenny three sons John F F F. F. DeSalles DeSalles and Dr Dr Edward Kenny all of Atlanta four four aughters aughters Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. a a a a A Griffith Griffith Griffith of of Savannah Mrs Mrs Isabelle Isabelle Isabelle Keeling Keeling of Ulanti. Ulanti. Ulanti. Ulanti. Ulanti. and Misses Misses Monica an Claire1 Claire1 Kenny Kenny who live at the family residence 43 East East Twelfth street and a brother brother PVJ. PVJ. PVJ. PVJ. PVJ. Bloomfield of Atlanta. Atlanta. FELDER GETS VERDICT OF $2 $2 AGAINST HOTEL Macon Ga Ga Ga December 1. 1. Spe cial Thomas S Felder. Felder. former former attorney general of Georgia and one time candidate for the United States le-nate le-nate le-nate le-nate le-nate was awarded a verdict for for 12 12 12 12 In the Macon municipal court to day day in in in his suit to recover the value of a box of candy from from the Dempsey Dempsey Hotel company. company. Mr Mr Felder presented his own case and the Judgment was rendered rendered rendered by by Judge Chambers sitting without a Jury. Jury. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Felder Felder claimed he sent a bos bos bos of of candy to a Georgia Normal and industrial college senior several several months months ago when the yoUng yoUng woman came came to Macon with members members members of of her class class and stepped stepped at the Dempeey Dempeey Dempeey Dempeey Dempeey She failed to to receive the .candy .candy .candy and and the hotel refused to reimburse Mr Mr Felder. Felder. Manager Charles Gonder Gonder of of the Dempsey Dempsey stated tonight the case would not likely likely likely be appealed appealed as the Incident developed before h took Charge Charge Charge of the hotel. hotel. hotel. HOUSTON DISTRICT FAR EXCEEDS QUOTA Cordele Cordele Ga Ga December 1. 1. Spe cial Reports coming In from th various churches of of the Houston Baptist Baptist association up to noon to day day how how how a total of of 1 S,000 S,000 to cove cove a Se\enty-flve Se\enty-flve Se\enty-flve Se\enty-flve Se\enty-flve Se\enty-flve Se\enty-flve Million drive quota o $150000 $150000 $150000 $150000 for the association. association. Report Report from from several several churches of of the asso asso asso asso elation elation are yet to come. come. With With bu few few few exceptions exceptions exceptions every church re re ported werrt- werrt- considerably considerably considerably over the amount allotted. allotted. Tho Tho Cordele Cordele church went (20,000 (20,000 (20,000 over It quota of 0,000. 0,000. 0,000. 0,000. 0,000. So far as giving giving giving goes goes yesterday was was was the greatest day in the hlstor hlstor hlstor of Baptists throughout this this this this section section section section and those In charge of the campaign are more than than pleased with the re suits suits suits suits and are fully confident confident tha tha when all reports are In the tota tota amount subscribed subscribed will will reach reach JOO 000 for for the Houston Houston association. association. association. association. association. association. LIONEL A. A. MOORE DIES IN GRIFFIN GRIFFIN ON MONDAY MONDAY Griffin. Griffin. Ga Ga December l Spe cial. cial. Lionel A. A. A. Moore Moore Moore 4S 4S years old. old. of of Griffin Griffin Griffin widely known commercial caleeraag. caleeraag. caleeraag. caleeraag. for a/local a/local a/local a/local a/local wholesal wholesal housn housn and one of tne tne most promt promt promt nent cltUens of this this place died her her today of double pneumonia afte afte afte onlv onlv a short short short Illnes. Illnes. Illnes. Illnes. Illnes. Illnes. He He is survived survived by three brothers. brothers. J. J. H. H. Moor Moor vice vice vice -president -president -president -president of Griffin Griffin wholesale concern concern and and and J. J. T T T and B. B. B. B. J. J. J. J. J. Moor Moor also also also of Griffin Griffin an -sister. -sister. -sister. -sister. Miss Miss Miss Miss Ennia Ennia Moore Moore Moore of of Orlf Orlf Orlf fin. fin. fin. fin. Th Th e funeral funeral -will -will -will -will -will to to held held Tuei Tuei Tuei Tuei CHEMISTS ARRIVING ARRIVING ARRIVING FOR SAVANNAH MEET f Savannah. Savannah. Oa- Oa- December 1. 1. Spe clal. clal. A number of promlnen promlnen chemists chemists chemists and and and scientists scientists scientists from from varl varl varl varl varl varl 60s 60s 60s parts parts of the United United States States ar rived rived in Savannah Savannah Savannah ttday ttday for the an an an coal convention of the American In stitute stitute stitute stitute of Chemfcal Chemfcal Engineers whlc whlc whlc meets meets "Wednesttajr "Wednesttajr "Wednesttajr "Wednesttajr "Wednesttajr "Wednesttajr "Wednesttajr for a two-days two-days two-days two-days two-days two-days two-days two-days session session session session session Darkness-Shrouds Darkness-Shrouds Darkness-Shrouds Office Office Office Office Buildings And White White White Lights Lights Slevator Slevator Service Immensely Curtailed Res taurants Maintain Maintain Twi Twi light Sort of Illumination. No. No. it Was hardly a Stygian Stygian Stygian darkens but Atlanta was much darker hfen hfen usual Monday night and will e tonight. tonight. tonight. Ttfe Ttfe Ttfe lights lights of the supposedly supposedly tray tray tray tray white white way had ceased their fitful fitful fitful fitful llmmevlng llmmevlng llmmevlng llmmevlng llmmevlng thereby removing- removing- removing- one tradition's tradition's tradition's tradition's most popular popular tempta- tempta- tempta- ong from Us Us melodramatic melodramatic aad aad aad aleful aleful effect On the the hapless rustle rustle outh outh who is supposed to to be lured rom pastoral innocence into urbdn urbdn Ullt by their Incandescent and and soul- soul- soul- soul- soul- wrecking shimmer. shimmer. Office Office buildings are no longer talf- talf- hafts hafts hafts hafts myriad-eyed myriad-eyed myriad-eyed with nightly nightly ghts They are just tall tall shafts. shafts. a\ a\ e that here and there there along.their along.their along.their tern gray sides peeps-out peeps-out peeps-out a gleam r light signifying.that signifying.that in in in some half half t nook an an essentlan essentlan essentlan essentlan deed is being erpetrated. erpetrated. erpetrated. erpetrated. Curtail Curtail Curtail Elevator Elevator Elevator Elevator Service. Service. Service. Service. Elevator Elevator Elevator Elevator service service service service service has been been immensely airtalled. airtalled. airtalled. airtalled. airtalled. airtalled. In some buildings ossesslve ossesslve ossesslve of of offices judged br the the ederal ederal government government to be essential nejone nejone elevator elevator elevator cared for the to- to- al of passengers passengers passengers passengers passengers after after after the hour hour hour of of In the afternoon. afternoon. afternoon. afternoon. afternoon. afternoon. Other edifices edifices edifices edifices were entirely entirely devoid of of elevator ervlce ervlce after the zero tour tour and many a lone Individual traced his weary weary fest fest fest patriotically patriotically down to tha tha treet treet from from an office office that had held ira a weei weei weei bit too late. late. The store's store's closed as per sched- sched- sched- sched- le. le. There \vas \vas \vas probably a a tray tray tray element of of dissatisfaction dissatisfaction on the par f orno orno grocers who who unfortunately unfortunately Id nt learn of the new new regulation regulation that allowed them to remain remain open open open ntll ntll 6 But every place that was was upposed upposed to shut shut its doors did so so so so Soda Soda fountains quit decorating decorating decorating marble slabs with receptacles re lete with luscious potions potions prompt- prompt- y at the hour of 4. 4. Cigars Cigars and ijtarettes ijtarettes ijtarettes found their way into mokers' mokers' mokers' mokers' eager hands before tha tha witching hour hour or else remained un- un- moked moked In varied emporiums until o clock clock clock this morning morning ReMaoraat ReMaoraat Twilight. Twilight. Twilight. Twilight. Restaurants maintained maintained maintained maintained a twi twi twi twi e-ht e-ht e-ht sort of an Illumination. Illumination. Illumination. They were were most of them them careful to abide y the 60 60 60 per cent darkness pro- pro- iso of of of of the fuel regulation.- regulation.- regulation.- regulation.- and Idn't Idn't Idn't Idn't seem seem to- to- to- to- suffer suffer suffer in patronage patronage patronage Atlanta Atlanta as as a city is taking taking taking it eceasary eceasary medicine with its characteristic spirit of willlngnessX willlngnessX willlngnessX willlngnessX willlngnessX willlngnessX Cooperation with the federal federal federal federal government has has always always always been one of -h -h r enets enets enets and and still still is. is. Growlers' Growlers' Growlers' Yes Yes Yes Yes Atlanta above all things things things is uman city. city. And unless unless every procedure in this old world was was met with the grumblings grumblings grumblings grumblings of a certain lement lement that that that that has lived to growl growl so so so ong that It now must growl growl to live live sign painters would be hired to alnt a sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir sreat-blir Utopia" Utopia" Utopia" on on each ide of of the Terminal Terminal Terminal station and rapshooters rapshooters and yeggs yeggs buld tart tart tart attending attending prayer meeting meeting meeting meeting Degrees of the Rite Will Be Given Given to a Class Class of 210 Members. Members. The fall fall convocation of of the Scottish Rite Masons Masons in the valley ol ol ol Atlanta will begin this this morning at i o clock clock clock when the 210 membeis membeis of he he Douglas Douglas Barnes Barnes class will assemble In the class class room of of the Masonic Masonic temple temple The convocation convocation will continue four four I I I days days days days during which time the degrees from the fourth to the thirty-second thirty-second thirty-second thirty-second thirty-second will be conferred conferred The first day's day's day's day's day's session session will devoted to the degrees degrees from from from t fourth fourth to the fifteenth togeth togeth with the Investiture of knights of of commander of the court of honor. honor. honor. honor. honor. This This event will take place at 6 30pm. 30pm. when the Masons Masons Masons elevated elevated to that rank by the supreme council In October will will will be given t t eir patents and Insignia Insignia of the ranK. ranK. Dinner will be served in the banquet hall hall every every every evening evening and and a a large attendance of the the the brethren brethren Is expected The The degree staff staff of the the the Scottish Scottish Rite bodies bodies and the Scottish Rite choir of Atlanta consistory consistory are both famous famous throughout the the outhern outhern jurisdiction and many come from distant cities to witness witness the degrees degrees degrees which are made doubly Impressive by the excellent incidental music of the choir. choir. AERIAL MACHINE GUN x USED IN RECRUITJNG RECRUITJNG The nay nay recruiting station in th Federal building is exhibiting Lewis aerial machine gun. gun. similar to those that were mounted In al airplanes used by the United United United States forces forces during the war. war. war. Lieutenant Matteson Matteson formerly formerly formerly o the naval naval flying flying corps corps and now stationed at the recruiting recruiting station station station brought the gun here He is alio exhibiting exhibiting several small bombs bombs bombs elm elm elm elm elm liar liar to those used by bombing planes planes 6TH/'DISTRICT 6TH/'DISTRICT 6TH/'DISTRICT 6TH/'DISTRICT 6TH/'DISTRICT 6TH/'DISTRICT MEDICO BODY MEETS IN MACON Macon Macon Macon Gi Gi Gi December December 1. 1. spe cial. cial. The fall meeting of the Sixth District Medical society will be held at tne tne tne uotei uotei uotei uempsey uempsey in aiacon aiacon aiacon Wednesday of of this week. week. There wil wil wil be two sessipng. sessipng. sessipng. sessipng. sessipng. the first first first at 11 a. a. m. m. and the the second second at 3 p .m. .m. .m. At 3 3 p. p. m there will be a luncheon at th Dempsey for for the the members. members. Dr. Dr. Edward C. C. Jones Jones of of Atlanta Atlanta president of of the Georgia Georgia Medlca Medlca Medlca society society society society will be present. present. A numb of of papers on on on Important Important subjects o interest to the medical profession will feature the meetings meetings Officer Officer Officer for for the ensuing ensuing year will be- be- electe at the afternoon sessions sessions sessions sessions Presen Presen Presen officers are president. president. Dr. Dr. C. C. L. L. L. L. Ridley Ridley Ridley Ridley HHlsboro HHlsboro HHlsboro vice president Dr Dr A. A. A. F. F. White. White. Flovllla Flovllla Flovllla secretary secretary secretary and treasurer. treasurer. treasurer. treasurer. Dr. Dr. I. I. H. H. Adams. Adams. Macon. Macon. Thirty Feet of of Danger Danger The intestine bend and twist twist and and tarn tarn on themselves themselves themselves themselves more than thirty thirty feet of them and when food waite waite waite clop clop them/ them/ them/ up. up. irritating and dangerous poitona poitona are formed. formed. and carried carried by the blood through through the the system. system. Remove these poisons poisons poisons with Nnjol Nnjol Nnjol the the modern modern and and scientific scientific treatment for con con stipation. stipation. stipation. stipation. stipation. stipation. for for frM frM frM booklet booklet booklet Thirty Fwt Fwt f Oil Co. Co. Kor Jcmr Jcmr Jcmr SO SO Bimi ij. ij. Sickness Sickness Sickness Prevention Prevention Nujol Nujol IbrCon&ipation IbrCon&ipation IbrCon&ipation mffiFji "GAMING" "GAMING" "GAMING" "GAMING" "GAMING" "GAMING" DEVK DEVK DURING CARNIVAL Dublin. Dublin. Dublin. Oa Oa Oa Deoemher Deoemher 1. 1. fBpe- fBpe- ial Dublin and Laurens cO atyv Baptists are still still at work orf tite tite emainder emainder of their their quota of UxeT5- UxeT5- UxeT5- 00,000 00,000 00,000 00,000 00,000 00,000 campaign. campaign. "Dublin "Dublin had'rflxed had'rflxed .bout' .bout' J71000of her her quota SAVANNAH COMPLIED COMPLIED COMPLIED WITH RULES ON FUEL FUEL Savannah. Savannah. Ga Ga December 1. 1. Spe- Spe- lal The stringent rules promul- promul- promul- promul- Pi rated rated by the fuel administration administration administration or the conservation conservation of fuel fuel wer 'elng 'elng 'elng generally generally generally and thoroughly lered lered lered to In In In Savannah Savannah this afternoon afternoon nd tonight. tonight. Nowhere perhaps perhaps ha here here been such large large conversion conversion conversion of of apparatus from coal to oil "AS "AS In In .avanna .avanna .avanna hlndustrjes hlndustrjes hlndustrjes utlltles utlltles utlltles "ana "ana "ana "ana mslness houses but the oil-burning oil-burning oil-burning oil-burning oil-burning oil-burning oil-burning oil-burning oil-burning stabllshments stabllshments stabllshments are are are complying with he he rules rules as readily readily as the coal-us- coal-us- coal-us- coal-us- coal-us- ng ones ones Georgia Postmasters. Postmasters. Tk Cittlutli Cittlutli PIHaj'lttiia PIHaj'lttiia Pallia Pallia Pallia Utut Utut Washington. Washington. December ,1 ,1 Errjaat A. A. Johnson has been been appointed appointed 'ourth-class 'ourth-class 'ourth-class 'ourth-class 'ourth-class 'ourth-class postmaster at HIlHoila HIlHoila HIlHoila Screvefcounty. Screvefcounty. Screvefcounty. Screvefcounty. Ga. Ga. vice vice IT. IT. H. H. Jtlll. Jtlll. tierilty tierilty tierilty court under a 10 by Judge Judge Johnson Johnson Johnson tr.the tr.the recor court court Monday afternoor who operated operated operated the cot a a carnival recently held auspices auspices auspices auspices of of the Woodmen Woodmen Woodmen Wortd Wortd on Marietta -near -near flaumsjs y sb-eets sb-eets sb-eets sb-eets sb-eets was charged with with con4HHt--iJ con4HHt--iJ con4HHt--iJ Injc Injc Injc several gaming" gaming" gaming" devices devices devices establishment. establishment. establishment. establishment. r t t t Alllngbam Alllngbam Alllngbam was represented b (2 (2 Don Miller who had subpenae&fct subpenae&fct subpenae&fct sitnesBes sitnesBes sitnesBes to the trial trial several several 'm 'm v ers of tha tha board board of police police com missioners. missioners. missioners. missioners. 4 The The defense put up bf Mr. Mr. Ufltr Ufltr was that police authorities authorities aJJo 4 the the the Southeastern Southeastern fair arja'tnVfted arja'tnVfted arja'tnVfted arja'tnVfted Cross Cross in their recent drive drive to913 to913 i-called i-called i-called i-called i-called "gaming" "gaming" machines. machines. machines. J. J. J. J. JV JV JV Maddox chairman o tt ard of police commls lonersJwas X' X' worn worn In and Questlonod Questlonod aboqf T- T- T- T- owJn r gaming at tha"ifalr tha"ifalr pievl- pievl- pievl- pievl- Us to the closing fjhose atn arnivaTs- arnivaTs- arnivaTs- arnivaTs- arnivaTs- arnivaTs- arnivaTs- j j It wasrrbroughl wasrrbroughl wasrrbroughl out In tho-trial tho-trial tho-trial tho-trial 1 hat hat Allinghanv-after Allinghanv-after Allinghanv-after being toM toM br br br Vtectlves Vtectlves Vtectlves to close close close 4own 4own his 0ac r it w nld be 'necessary 'necessary 'necessary 'necessary to -iftako -iftako -iftako -iftako case against against him told the the aTt o- o- Ives Ives to go go go ahead and. and. w Ul l aake. aake. a r"tesf r"tesf case pf pf It t After the trial trial Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Milkr. Milkr. Milkr. Milkr. Milkr. Wkot ney fortth 'defena 'defena tnade tnade a- a- a- state state state ment'tMt ment'tMt h would prep\r prep\r prep\r prep\r chart chart igainst igainst Chief of Detectives Detectives L njsr oole oole and Chief of Polic Polic J.I J.I Beav ers to be brought up at the next' next' meeting of of the board of police. police. Jom- Jom- ilssioners. ilssioners. ilssioners. It was stated stated that'Jiaf- that'Jiaf- that'Jiaf- that'Jiaf- that'Jiaf- that'Jiaf- that'Jiaf- Jality Jality Jality and failure to enforce-TiBtt enforce-TiBtt enforce-TiBtt aw on previous occasions occasions wouii b harged. harged. harged. harged. 4 LAURENS WILL RAISED BAPTIST BAPTIST DRIVE QUtiTA tonight and committees committees committees sure- sure- sure- sure- sure- tn at work. work. Reports Reports Reports from about about Klf the churches churches in the county county t bowed bowed bowed $51,000. $51,000. $51,000. $51,000. $51,000. $51,000. $51,000. $51,000. $51,000. about ROOD ROOD ROOD ROOD ROOD more more the total total quota of of of these these these these hurches. hurches. hurches. hurches. Indications' Indications' Indications' Indications' are that tb IUSTIHV.-- IUSTIHV.-- JILLOYE JILLOYE JILLOYE JILLOYE JILLOYE Couldn't Couldn't Couldn't Sit Stand Stand or Lie WithAny ComfortT-Suter- ComfortT-Suter- ComfortT-Suter- ComfortT-Suter- ComfortT-Suter- in-Lvr in-Lvr in-Lvr Gives Good Advice and Cardui Cardui Does World of Good. Good. Good. Holland. Holland. Holland. Holland. Holland. Holland. Texas -f-itrs. -f-itrs. -f-itrs. Nannie Me s ser ser of of this this place place states states "About "About three years ago I was In a very critical condition. condition. T nad been suffering for some time. time. To To To telt how I hurt hurt hurt would be Impossible. Impossible. Impossible. Impossible. Impossible. Impossible. I I JUst JUst JUst hurt all over. over. I couldn't couldn't couldn't sit. sit. sit. stand or lay with with any comfort my my back sides and and and and lead lead all gaye gaye gaye me a a great deal of trouble. trouble. I was .especially .especially .especially .especially .especially .especially bothered bothered with. with. with. light swlmmlngrfln swlmmlngrfln my head. head. head. Uy Uy people wera wera rerfjpntasy about m and se.nt se.nt se.nt se.nt me me to rnr'rtflatlTes rnr'rtflatlTes rnr'rtflatlTes rnr'rtflatlTes to If/a If/a If/a If/a If/a change change Would do m any good. good. s I stopped stopped at a a slster-In-faws slster-In-faws slster-In-faws slster-In-faws slster-In-faws slster-In-faws slster-In-faws slster-In-faws aad she she being a a a great believer in CardaC" CardaC" asked me why I I didn't didn't didn't didn't use It It t de- de- elfled elfled to try try it. it. I had had only taken a few doses whett whett whett whett I felt felt it it would do ma ma good. good. good. good. This This gave gave hopes and I used It right along- along- and it did m Just a world of ffoooV ffoooV ffoooV ffoooV ffoooV Ince which which time time time I have never ceaiefl ceaiefl to'praise to'praise to'praise Cardui.1 Cardui.1 Cardui.1 Cardui.1 Cardui.1 Cardui Cardui Is recommended recommended recommended for slmpl female complaints complaints and womanly womanly womanly womanly pains and has been found found to benefit benefit benefit in thousands of such cases when not due to malformation malformation malformation or that do do n n t require require require surgicaUtreattnent surgicaUtreattnent Try It- It- It- adv. adv. 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