ï~~I IM ENE. It Workers on rl ~l j
"PHOENIX," the Ideal Shorteninag, and "ORIOLE" Salad
Oil ar'e sold by all leading grocers. Rctuae chcap substitutes....Rduscmitations, Demand the genuine-.nothing "just as
Use GRATDMA'S Pees6
that pure water, will not
harm. The dirt Just rolls
Pass wetur ed oA sd SOAty
" a. o oneWCaret of Bilwsrne is viswtn
a rect istor n bWe A Mcy.
Mrs.W. Si. Whirtofrbacarenefrm
'wasadecntviitr n hyciy
Mrs. E3.a it. bloorllvu Is visitidsin
t her sioter, rs. W.rA-isctay
oft} Ms... II.itrs etured ro
'.. Miss Nl Marashal has returned to
Miss'G'eiBMrwnllhas returned toe
Mianie after visiting relatives hers.,"t lliia Alice -Elisabeth Wright haa re4, tsred frt~a Lebanoni,
Miseses Ger s and Leaurs White ase reFtrysd from Jacksonville,
Mawfts. 5.I. Flecher has returned home
afer a' viit to friends in Aieasnaidrisi.
ssRena Hopkins hay returned front a. visit to relatives in Dickson.
M is'is Noroasino Roach has recoreosd from
t;e uyseerese atteck of flu.
U r. and MM J. A. Littleaned Mrs. Ui.
1 Wailer of Birminghana, Ala., en route
i m a motor trip through Pennsylvania.,i 'apued in the city for a few days and
ee the guests of Mrs. John Hlsleran on
M~alseenth avenue, south.
-x r. W-4 A.- W. (Cadea of LiPoilets.. is
bess iuto te inter st of the Dtaie highway.
Girls!I Make beauty lotion
at 'horse for few cenits;' 'conainn t.M ounices of. Orchoartd
TELLS FACTS OF
Lieut. Timothy's Mother
Receives His Distinguished
ttev-'rrtlg the detratied facts of the death
of lent. James Simmons Timothy, a letter from taptolo ('oifenherg. 15. It. M. C.,
has' been w ritten Liteutenant Timothy's
toolher, Am. P. it.rTmothy of this city.
All Nashteille bemoaned thu fate of this
hero and till will he interested in the
comuanication from his commndlng offirer, which reads
"Touir letter of July 3 to Sal. F'raklinu
R. Garrett regarding the death of your
son! Lieutl. James Simmons Timothy. was
given to me to answer.
"Lieutenant Timothy reported to use near
Verduan lost March. 1 kept him as my assistant for some ire end then placed
him In command of a platoon, which he
handled in an excellent manner. On the
31st of Miay we were sent to Chateau
'thierry and remained there for over a
month, during which time your son was
killed In action and died an honrable
"On,Tune 14 my company wes balding,
the forenmost trench at Bota de Belleau
and were surrounded on three sides hy the
enemny. Thtat smm afternoon the lientenaistcanto fa my cottomaud poat,-wltciowas
about fifty feet from the tins,..sad we.
beganato tal1k of the great victory of theday, and of its asa beang hi.shbrother's
weddistog v_ is ycWe'-weeo- taatoagof lsil.brother's wedding when he was hii. Ito
feti over on mny top and died about twenty
minute. later, Flu was hit jost below the
middle of the hack by a frsgtaei of shell
that hurst nearby, ond was bated the
tatoneday in [lois tie Bellesa, together
with. sonto othocr offlerswho hauL las
Witea on the fietld ef honor.
"Nothing I can say will bring him beck
to you, but.F want to tell you how hravel y
1A died. James was shount the bs liked
officer by his men I have ever seen. To
me he was like a brother and a companion, lie showed magni~eat tsy
of courage and knew not the iesacaisplaof
fear. Ie dietd a glorioits death, kill bhr
shell lire. James helped to stela nsd. push
bock the lins. tie helped to immortalise
the marines In the hearts of the F'rencha
people by exposing himself fearlessly to1
severai barrage. in order to superintend
personally the handling of all men untder
his commend. ils coolness under fire and
itressant labors for the comfort of his
men contributed In a large mseasure to
the success of itis company, and for this
hte was recommended for the distinguished
"Now, my asr Mrs. Timothy, it maktes
ste feel proud to write to one who is the'
mother of such a splendid, specimn of a
real American officer as was Lieut. Jafms
Stimmons Timotby. (Qn the other hand. I
feet very much broren up sbont it because to me he was at hrother. I must
share this' grief with you and trust that
ho is rusting in a wonderful world where
he may look down uoal us.
"ihm most ierg t I eain.
"Captain, U. S. U. G&.
Mrs. Timothy has just received the distinguished service cross with which Lientenant Timothy was to have been decorated
by ttenecai Pershing. The cies assowseat
last week from Wasshingtom.
--BUT LIBURT? BONDSAS MANY BIRTHS AS
DEATHS ARE -RECORDED
Bitire orhrr li ea 'osinat rsrain
tic~ne at)ttte liel I 'S.thinsltrr.r
at.1 i'l ri1 t tl C Cli to nri ro little
Fridlay night at1heI -ii ra 'i 1
savtitlt ire. Scis Iil Ialo~ tlrsit cclr,.
t i laottsott rls It.l'lllnllisite
Mrs. Jaon 4t+111 1) i trl-c i guier:il
ofti e lietateiet. tSitnr' W 4411 hima fhs lurti.ti..tall~t
Josepht A. lZrav. -hilrt tc of tie t iltlI
he ipreseat to tIll eltticrho. trltetr
Mrs. Sam Phillips rrqutiee t hat 'ncl
fiestat trtitdlng 11theii irq liii rrldr rrllrg
wear tteir aorkilig,uni t:)r~. 00tier11 "":
elan c-Ill le iitost l t 111:1 '11x" lrie I i
for the'.retimti. IIlIr 010 rI.1 adl:."
by Sirs. Sam i'llltls,. 1Il aloIilrrr lI.
tGuilord adle y. natitnal eiihsirnln Il
publicity;SMrs. JonaIt. Aust, cetair 1111I 1
Nashville zone, a011 Si. Jessi'i M. ilserulo.
Davidson Lounty rllalentsa Thit ofou ii-A
marshots Mrs. Walter Jones. Mrs. W. (1
itwing, Mtrs. Joseph SWurneir and Mrs. Jamer;'
Frazer. wiil iotcodrc thair ca ptalac. wlls
in tnice' wil gfye their res pecItive reports.
An nteseaiu( fetare uwill bh' the masic
by Sergeant Brsomley.oeofte hiy
morale office rs of the Uatted Stres.
Sergeant Bromley trill stagntglit lnt are
tte compiostions of Seneca Pier.a It coposer of note, who will hee te ccompanit
rhese noted liberty teasneworktros iv
een touring the at i eth Ides. ilsilltps
and have weon the greatesi adtniration.
Tony Rtose's orchestra will alsa five selee
lions. Mrs. Joseph Gray', ebatruron af
menu, has completed tihe menu, which will
consist of war disheri. Mrs. Geerge Wi.
Fii I.chairman of hbualitisrrquees that
thl four field marshals serve on tier conmittee.
A splendid programnrats arranged for
Mrs. Thtomas Tynes iboth last nightt. Mr.
Stax loses who pslrtotleotly boosiroseil
so unuch al histimue to t he cauae ofthle
Liberty Lose., agatn made a moor lospirlog
tlt which telpied miateriallyt inth e 0alIf
honda atthainsboot h. L ittle ites tlte tonaiqted a pig, wich anwoo li for a latroe
sefit There were several soloists. Mt-tn
May Hoover playetd the elolts and MIss
Albert Carroll tte piano. ASe Itp e
Will Cooper, Virttte it. Moore nrad lur-s
Fjitaheth Cobsoldelightedi everyone with
their dancing. A splendid orchestra pta yrd
Mrs. Tyne's helpers for Wednesday were:
Mrs. George V. tFoll, Miss Thteresa McGavock, Mrs. A. P. Oughterson, Mrs. Wi. L..
Nichol. Mrs. John ('roig.
Mrs. Fleury Tettlehoon's esomnittee Isr
Wednesday wass. Misses Corinne Gal~tsrrg.
Sadie Prank,.sMrs. toeo Schwartz, Mrs. (Etel
Livingston, Mrs. l.oa tushy, Mrs. Milton
Miss Sybil Rtuth Haorris delighted a
SAYS HE KNOWS
Declares Liver Medicine to Be,
Necessity, and Says None
Better Than BlackDraught.
Cameron, Okla.-Mr. T. L Bottler.
who lives near 'this platcrrecently
made the folkt'stng statement to a
'1 am sixty-alne years old, in pretty good health, able to stork is the
Black-Draught hat its part in thsat.
I have used It for about 30 years and
kn'ow what a good medicine it is.
Thedford's Black-Diruaght has, fori
ovesr eazs, been-found a..thqrougth