Thenever the business day
VV may take you in search
of a just and reasonable
profit, here is a suit that will do
its part in furthering your cause.
The Kirschbaum a.'sa.ttjt
Price Ticket affixed
~m wj ~r 'i to the sleeve of the
\l/ hof garment at our
VV CjJn tCI shops, as a guaran
vv tee that it repre
sents full and
And, if in presenting your case, you Sff^JSaSfS e tfi
. . i . l "| • 1 retail price named.
want to be sure you are not handicapped
by a suspicion of cotton or cheapness
about your clothes, look for the
Kirschbaum all-wool label.
sls, S2O, $25 Jltj*,
or up to S4O
Etheridge, Smith 6 Company
l # $ s|l|
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Day 61 Night 149
Friday evening, May 12. the
Junior class entertained the Se
nior class with a reception at the
armory. The hall was beautiful
ly decorated with ferns and cut
flowers in red and white. Sever
al interesting games were play
ed and afterwards there was a
musical contest. Then came the
most interesting feature of the
Mrs. Bora A. Mr. William K.
Kim. 818 Clinton Penny, 1023 Park
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a cold In the head. ft# ■■ _ L# I I _ 111 ■■ .■ troubled with ra
I uaed Peruna. I I ™■B II ™ 111 JM tarrh of the head,
Wai well pleated | | I | V M V done, throat and
with the reaulta. atoinacb. 1 am
Ot^t D^eS‘“ y <*•*—* Trad. Marie V. 9. P.t.at Office) h *
/ Coughs, Colds, N.
/ Stomach Troubles v
/ and Catarrh Relieved. No
/ Remedy can Compete with N.
/ Peruna The Ready-to-take \
evening, a mock wedding. A de
licious sweet course was served.
Again Monday evening, May
15, the Demosthenian Debating
society entertained the Phi Theta
society at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Martin. The lawn rang
with ga v voices and merry laugh
ter of the members of the two
societies. Avery interesting ad
vertising contest was an enter
taining event of the evening. A
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Irby have
returned to Atlanta after a visit
with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. TerrelL
Mrs. Julius Greer and children,
of Monticello, are the guests for
a week of Dr. and Mrs. A. F.
Mrs. John Allen Greer, of Ma
con, is with her sister, Mrs. AHie
Vickers, for a visit.
Miss Nelle Davis arrived Sat
urday from Doerun to be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Ih
gram for several days.
Mrs. W. J. Smith and children,
of Juliette, spent Thursday with
Mrs. Lula G. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Edward?,
Mrs. C. B. Higgins, Messrs. S.
L. Thompson and J. F. Preston
are among those going from here
to Birmingham to attend the vet
Picnics at Indian Springs are
popular this spring. Last Satur
day the Tatnall Square Baptist
Sunday school came on a picnic.
Jeffersonville will come on the
19th and later Jackson and Me--
Donough Sunday schools will en
joy the famous resort.
The many friends of Mr. J. A,
Thompson are pleased to learn of
hispromotion in his position. Mr.
Thompson' was transferred from
Griffin to Charlotte, N. C. Mrs.
Thompson and young son, Aldine,
will join him thereabout the first
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sweet course was served. As the
hand of the clock pointed to 11,
this merry band said good night
'and left with the thought
} Here’s to Me boys of Demos! Ii nian
Here’s to the Seniors true,
Here’s to the gin , lor tliey’r< |!><. best,
Here’s to the eliafrerones. too.
Here’s aga.n to the Heritor class,
i Dong may tts memory lasi,
i We ’re a jolly set, each one of us,
! Here’s to the Senior class.
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