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Eleven Boys and Girls Start
Sightseeing Trip to
Niagara Falls.
Eleven boys and girls, winners in
boys’ and girls’ club work In Indiana,
are on a sightseeing trip today as a
reward for faithful endeavor In club con
tests, The trip will include Niagara
Falls, Detroit, Buffalo and Toronto. The
party left Indianapolis last night. The
prize winners are accompanied by Miss
Grace L. King and Fred L. Kem, as
sistant leaders In club work.
The contests were condwted by Purdue
university, and included sewing, baking
and canning clubs for girls and corn
nod pig clubs for boys. The winners,
who are making the trip, are Panline
Henderson, Sharpsville, Tipton county,
sewing: Ruth Radeliffe, Lizton, Hen
dricks county, baking; Bydia Hoblitzel,
Lakeville, St. Joseph connty, canning;
Preston Moody, Preemont, Steuben coun
ty, com, District No. 1; Charles Clamme,
Hartford City, Blackgord connty, corn.
District No. 2; Hubert Jones, Liberty,
Union county, corn, District No. 3; Gil
bert May, Heltonville, Lawrence connty,
corn, District No. PatfKHolcroft, Mad
ison, Jaffarson county, corn, District No.
5; James Maxwell, Biber.ty, Union coun
ty,' pig breeding, and Irma Hartman,
Brooksttm, White county, pig breeding.
The state board of agriculture is pay
ing the expenses of the com club win
ners. The sewing and baking cham
pions are the guests of the. State Home
Economics association and the canning
club winners are the guests of Ball
Brothers, Muncle.
The Harmonie club met Monday after
non in the green parlors of the Y. W.
C. A., when Massanet's opera, “Cin
derella,” was given and studied. Art
extensive program was presented and
rnoye than the usual number of vocal
ists were on the program. Thomas
Nealls, baritone, was engaged to sup
plement the wt>rk of the club members
Mrs. S. K. Buick was the accompanist.
Mr. Nealis opened the program by
singing “The Side of the Beard” in
English and giving all the harmony
possibilities of the score. Miss Norma
Mueller, Mrs. James Pearson and Mr3.
John Elliott gave a trio, "Try to Look
Your Best,” In which their voices blend
ed beautifully. The next quartet was
sung by these three and Mr. Nealis,
“We’ve Position.”
“My Sisters Are Happy” was given
by Mrs. Reid Steele, who possesses an
unusual voice. Mrs. James Lowry was
well received In her solo, "Hearts De
void of Love.” Mrs. Steele and Mrs.
Lowry sang the duet, “The Strange
Appearance,” in a pleasing manner.
Mrs. Helen Warrum Chappell, assisted
by Mrs. Clyde Titus, Miss Jessamine
Batty, Mrs. John Elliott and Miss Muel
ler, gave two interesting selections. The
well selected chorus was led by. Mist
Chappell in the solo work.
The orchestral Interludes were well
played by Miss Pauline Stein and Miss
Paula Kipp, pianists.
Judge Orbison Emphasizes
Duty of Women Before Club.
No man should be permitted to cast
a vote in an American election unless
he is a full-fledged American citizen,
Charles J. Orbison, attorney and pro
hibition law enforcement officer for In
(liana, told members of the Altrusa club
and Its guests in the chateau room at |
the Claypool hotel last night.
Congratulating the women on obflfln
lng the ballot, Judge Orbison attacked j
the provisions in the Indiana law which j
permits a vote to aliens who have de- i
dared their intentions of becoming citi
He told members of the club that they
have a great duty to perform in theso
unnsual times.
“No year has sounded a greater call
to service and duty than the present
duty toward business, patriotism and
citizenship," he said.
Dr. Mary K. Westfall, president of
the club, prestded. Chic Jackson gave
a “chalk talk,” and a musical program
was given by Miss Claris Solomons.
Indiana Vassar Club
Holds Guest Meeting
A gnest meeting of the Indiana Vassar
dob was held Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Herbert Eckhouse, when
Miss Margaret Lambie, who was director
of the Vassar Relief unit at Verdun, and
Miss Harriet Sawyer, executive secretary
pf the Alumnae asssociatlon gave talks.
Miss Lambie told of the work of the unit i
in providing three scholarships for
French nurses, and of the work done by
the unit in the Verdun region.
Miss Sawyer discuassed the present ac
tivities of the Alumnae asssociation and
told of the growing field for executive
secretaries of all the alumnae associa
tions Miss Sawyer will represent Vas
sar at the meeting of the Alumnae asso
ciation of all colleges at Ann Arbor, Mich„
In the spring.
The tea table was presided over by
Miss Frances Morrison and Mrs. Fred
eric Krull. Mrs. Edmund D. Ball oi
Muncle was among the guests and Miss
Ruth Lockwood and Mrs. Eugene Ball
were in charge of the arrangements.
Department Club
Postpones Affair
The tea, which wit's to have been given
Friday afternoon, Jan. 23, by the Worn*
en’s Department club for the Irvington
Fortnightly, Independent Social, New
Century, Aftermath, Welfare, Zetathea,
Present Day, Parlor, Sesame and Me
ridian Heights Inter Se clubs, has been
postponed until Friday, Jan. 30, on ac
count of the reception given by (be
Seventh District Federation of Clubs,
for Mrs. E. C. Rumpler, president of
the Indiana Federation of Clubs, at
the PrOpylaeum.
Community Chorus
Given Reception
The members of the Indianapolis Com
munity chorus were given a reception
last evening at the Y. W. C. A., by Mr.
and Mrs. James H. Lowry, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward B. Birge and Miss Dorothy
Knight, when, plans for the next concert
were made. ‘“The Celestial City” will be
given at Tomlinson hall in April. A
musical program was given by Mrs.
Lowry and Mrs. Everett C. Johnson, vo
calists, and Miss Dorothy Knight,
Former Commander
Visits Navy Station
Commander J. A. Bell, U. S. N., retired,
who was In charge of the naval recruit
ing station here during the war until
Oct. 1, 1918, viaited the station today. He
la now making bia home in Liverpool, O.
Canoe Club Outlines
Coming Year’s Work
E. W. Stelnhart, newly elected presi
dent, and other newly elected officers of
the Indianapolis Athletic and Canoe club
were installed last night and the future
of the club was discussed. Other officers
installed are: Robert E. Springsteen,
first vice president; Harry C. Btuta, sec
ond vice president; W. T. Wilson, third
vice president; Charles L. Buschmann,
fonrth vice president; Lee Bmmclmann,
fifth vice president; Bert Hendren, sec
j&A ffi rfrwlKrk riiflui UjPnl T&Smk' j v Km yMFSv 1
ts Another Great Lot of Those Sterling
Wednesday Bargain Squares
Boys’ Regular $4.00
Real double wear quality,
with calfskin uppers and dou
ble soles; a genuine Loom
End bargain for Wednesday—
Pair, $2.90
Women’s ‘Notaseme’
Pure Silk Hose
“Notaseme” is a na
tionally popular brand
of silk hose; a standard,
dependable make; we
purchased a big lot of
slight seconds, up to
$2.50 kinds; will wear as
good as firsts; colors
black, gray and brown;
Loom End Wednesday
“bargain— \ e
Pair, SI.OO
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50-Inch Storm Serge
Thoroughly sponged
and shrunk; good heavy
all wool quality; colors,
red, myrtle, Copen, plum,
navy and black; for
dresses and skirts; $2.98
quality Wednesday L.
’ Yard, $2.67
Dixie No. 6 Parlor
Best grade Illinois
corn, smooth handle,
85c value (limit 2) —
Only 59c
72-Inch Mercerized
Table Damask
Highly mercerized
satin finish; smooth,
heavy quality; assorted
patterns in floral and
conventional designs;
regular $1.25 grade;
Wednesday L. E. S. —
Yard, 98c
3-Pound Comfort
Cotton Batts
Open in a sheet 72x
90; good grade cotton
and just enough for one
comfort; sl.lO value,
(limit 3 rolls) —
Roll, 81c
6-Foot Genuine Cork
No. 1 quality, sells
everywhere at $1.25;
provided in assorted
neat tile and mosaic
patterns; exceptional
valyes for tomorrow
only— -
Sq. Yd., 85c
66x80 Fancy Plaid
Woolnap Cotton
In pink, blue, gray or
tan block cfesigns; looks
like wool and just as
warm; an actual ®56.00
value; Wednesday
Loom End bargain—
Pair, $4.89
Children’s Button
High grade black kid
shoes; kid or cloth up
pers; hand turned soles;
sizes up to 8; big special
for Wednesday—
Pair, $1.39
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Children’s Ribbed
School Hose
AH sizes, reinforced
heel and toe; seconds of
a 39c value; Wednesday
bargain (basement) —
Pair, 24c
12-Quart Gray
Granite Preserving
Ball handle, first qual
ity; an actual 95c value
(limit 3) —
Only 59c
retary; W. A. Coffman, treasurer. Thomas
A. Wynne was the retiring president
New directors Installed are Roltare Eg
gleston, Robert Hassler and Joseph
-Gardner. The holdover directors are G.
A. Blttler, George Desabtels and Charles
E. Roberts.
The Citizens’ Telephone Company of
Cambridge City has been authorized by
the public service commission to increase
telephone rates at Cambridge City, Ha
gerstown. Losantvllle and Blountsville.
Men’s $3.00 Union
Standard make, fleece
lined, heavy weight;
colors gray, .jaeger and
ecru; sizes 34 to 46; $3
grade; slightly imper
fect; Wednesday bar
gain (two suits, $3.25)
Suit, $1.85
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Suedene Glove3
for Women
Fine gauge close knit
cloth, inside fleecing, 2
clasp spring fasteners;
colors, black, gray and
beaver; all sizes; SI.OO
value —
Pair, 59c '
Beautiful Rich Coats
For Women/ J .50
Models for Wednesday Selling 1
Actually Worth as High as $49.50; at ’ k£SSL!
Here is a coat opportunity no woman can afford to miss. Good, practical
styles of the same high standard we sell at all times.
' v Coats of polo cloth, velours, velvets and pompoms; kit coney, sealine, velvet
or collars /of self materials; also stylish short length plush coats. All the
verious belted, blouse and jileated effects; sizes 16 to 44; complete range of
colors. Buy your coa. Wednesday and save SIO.OO to $20.00.
Seconds Men’s Black
Cotton Fleece
Lined Socks
Good weight, elastic
ribbed top, slightly im
perfect; well - known
brand; 35c value (.3
pairs, 50c) —
Pair, I7c
*■ 24-Inch Imitation \
Wood Filler
Makes most ✓natural
border for around rugs;
golden oak finish; sells
regularly at 65c; spe
cial for Wednesday—
Yard, 39c
Boys’ Suits, Overcoats
and Mackinaws
Up to $19.75 Qualities, Only
Absolutely every garment included, for \ P*
tomorrow only. No better or bigger selec- /
tions wilV.be found in Indianapolis. Every > ra _______
size from 7 to 18. r Eake your unreserved I
choice, tomorrow', at 0n1y...., J dßm mMk*
Boys’ $lO and $12.50
v Overcoats
Plain blue and green,
also rich looking fancy
mixtures; sizes 3 to 8;
nifty looking styles for
the little chap; a wonder
ful value —
At $7.55
Seconds Set-Snug
Union Suits for
Fine ribbed spring
needle knit, medium
weight fleecing; shell
stitched neck and front,'
sleeveless, elbow and
long sleeve styles; regu
lar and extra large
sizes; worth $2.25 and
Suit, $1.59 <
and $1.79 \
Urges British to Try
Wartime Profiteers
LONDON, Jan. 20.—Great Britain’s
"war mongers and war contract prof
iteers” should be tried for their war
crimes the same a the former kaiser, the
Dally Herald asserted today, adding that
Winston Spencer Churchill, secretary of
state for war, also should be tried for
his attempts to instigate war with
Russia. 1
Lovely Style Blouses
of Georgette
Not an old style in
the lot; colors navy,
white, flesh, taupe, etc.;
embroidery trimmed;
sizes 34 to-* 44; regular
$5.00 and $5.95 values,
for Wednesday only—
Special, $3.49
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Regular $5.00 All-
Wool Serge Middies
Women's and misses’
sizes; navy only with
white or red braid; also
emblems on sleeves;
Loom End bargain for
Only $3.29
‘ ‘ Cones ’ Boss ” Men’s
Work Shirts
Best grade indigo blue,
good heavy grade, all
double stitched yoke
back; faced sleeve,
pocket; sizes 16 anil
16%; every shirt per
fect (two to customer).
Each, $1.25
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Regular $2.98 Hair
Fine quality natural
wavy fluffy hair; 26-
inch size, 3-stem style;
$2.98 quality for Wednes
25c Silk Taffeta
Fancy stripe and dot
effects; nlack, Copen.,
pink and blue; 5 inches
wide; extra good 25c |
q/tfa lit y; Wednesday
Yard, 15c
$4.50 Gingham
House Dresses
The material alone in
every one of these
dresses is worth $2.00,
not counting the work
manship and designing.
Pretty plaids, check >
and plain colors,
trimmed with Vhite
pique collar and cuffs;
various styles; sizes 16
to 44; second floor; posh
tively for Wednesday
Choice, $2,59 m
Women’B $1.50
Muslin Gowns
Nicely made, full cut,
V neck, slipover style;
some lace trimmed; a
remarkable bargain;
also pretty silk cami
soles; 2d floor, Wednes
day only—
At 89c
36-Inch Genuine
Scout Dress Percales
In stripes and plaids,
full pieces, light grounds;
35c value; (we reserve
the right to limit quanti
ty), Wednesday—
Yard, 19c
Odd Lot of Yarns to
Close Out
We're closing out many
colors we can not get
duplicates of— Saxony
and Shetland floss kinds;
35c to 45c kinds, Wednes
Skein, 15c
Women’s All-Leather
Top, and back strap
Rtyie; have inside mir
ror; our regular SI.OO,
$1 25 qualities; big spe
cial for Wednesday-
Only 55c
Fancy Stripe Silk
Thirty-two inches
wide, pretty crepe de
chine weave, neat colored
stripes on whitS grounds,
excellent for men’s
shirts, a quality that
launders well; worth
$2.50; Wednesday L. v E.
S.— '
Yard, $1.98
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Women’s Hosiery
at 33c Pair
Slightly imperfect
women’s Burson fash
ioned Beamless hose,
black, fine gauge cotton
with white sole; also
seconds 60c black mer
cerized llsif hose; regu
lar' and out sizes; 3
piirs, 95<t —
Pair, 33c
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Christian Churches
Plan City Revival
A campaign for converts will be con
ducted by the Christian churches of In
dianapolis, according to an announcement
made at a meeting of ministers of these
churches. The campaign will be arranged
by Rev. T. W. Grafton, pastor of the
Third church; Rev. C. G. Baker, pastor
of the West Park church; Rev. \t>. L.
Milligan, pastor of the Eighth church.
9x12 Grass Rugs
Suitable for dining or
bedrooms, also large veran
das and sun parlors; extra
he&vy quality; regular $17.50
value; special tomorrow —
At $10.95
Women’s Coats, Up
to $35.00 Kinds
Cloth coats, velvet
coats, silvertone coats,
velour coats, pompoms,
etc.; plain and fur
trimmed, belted, blouse
and loose back effects;
every one a good warnj
winter style; excellent
variety of colors; sizes
16 to 44; choice for
Wednesday only—
At $13.95
Men’s $6.00 and $7.50
Work and Dress
Made of fine French
serges; also fancy wor
steds and heavy weight
lined corduroys; sizes
32 to 50; Wednesday
Pair, $5.65
Regular $2.95
Envelope Chemise
Lovely styles of pink
crepe de chine with
hand embroidery * and
lace trimming; daintily
made; regular $2.95
value; Wednesday bar
Only $1.95
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Women’s Fleece
Lined Hose
“Durable Durham” fast
stainless black, seamless
Bpliced heel and toe;
first quality, 35c grade (5
pairs, SI.OO) — (
Pair, 21c
Men’s Suits and
Suits of pure all-wool
navy serge, also fancy
worsteds and cassi
meres; overcoats of neat
novelty mixtures;
seamed, plain or seam
belted models; regular
$30.00, $35.00 and $40.00
At $24.75
Plain Colored Silk
Yard wide, best qual
ity silk, and (he leading
kind for coming spring
dresses; all shades to
choose from; regular
$2.75 grade; Wednes
Yard, $2.23
Women's Up to
SIO.OO L?vce Boots
Smartest, brown and
gray kid lace boots; cloth
uppers; genuine leather
Louis heels; very stylish,
models, worth up to
$10.00; for Wednesday—
Pair, $4.95
36-Inch Unbleached
Good quality, free from
specks; lengths to 10i
yards; an. actual 23c
value; Loom End bar
gain for Wednesday—
Yard, 17c
Regular $4.50
(or baby crib). Heavy
white enameled wood
construction; rubber
tired wheels; specially
priced for Wednesday—
At $2.98
Allied Mission Now
in Western Siberia
LONDON, Jan. 20. —British, French and
Japanese diplomats who have arrived in
Harbin, have agreed no anti
bolshevik government similar to that of
Admiral Kolchak, can be restored In Si
beria, west of Manchuria, a Harbin dis
patch to the Times said today.
Give them pleasant-to-take,
helpful Dr. Bell’s Pine-Tar-
CHILDREN romp around and
play and becon^overheated. A
cola often results. It should not
be neglected one instant. Give them
Dr. Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey. It is very
pleasant to take and its ingredients are
sure to ease the tickling throat. It
helps In relieving irritation and phlegm
Congestion. Clear the air passages.
Take Dr. Bell’s Pine-Tar-Honey
yourself for that heavy cold. What ft
does for thousands of others it un
doubtedly will do for you.
All druggists. 30c., 6%. $1.20.
pOftOIAX Keeps the Family Well'
Don't let the liver remain inactive when Pt>
Do-Lax eo easily and promptly gets a free
bile-flow started and removes the poisonous
waste from young and old systems. Po-Do
Lax is a smooth, comfortable laxative. 60c.
TeUs How to Stop a
Bad Cough
Snvrtatnr results from this fan-ova
old home-made syrup, rosily
prepared and costs little.
If you have a severe cough or chest
cold accompanied with soreness, throat
tickle, hoarseness, or difficult breath
ing, or if your child wakes up during
the night with croup and vou want
quick help, try this reliable old home
made cough remedy. Any druggist can
supply you with by. ounces or Pinex.
Pour this into a pint bottle and fill
the bottle with plain granulated sugar
syrup. Or you can use clarified mo
lasses, honey, or corn syrup, instead
of sugar syrup, if desired. This recipe
makes a pint of really remarkable
cough remedy. It tastes good, and in
spite of its low cost, it can be depended
upon to give quick and lasting relief.
You can feel this take hold of a
eough in a way that means business.
It loosens and raises the phlegm, stops
throat tickle and soothes and heals the
irritated membranes that line the
throat and bronchia! tubes with such
promotness, case and certainty that it
is really astonishing.
Pincx is a special and highly concen
trated compound of genuine Norw’ay
pine extract, and is probably the best
known means of overcoming severe
coughs, throat and che?t colds.
There are many worthless imita
tions of this mixture. To avoid dis
appointment, ask for “2 ! / 2 ounces of
Pinex” with full directions and don't
accept anything eke. Guaranteed to
give absolute satisfaction or money
promptly refunded. The Pinex Cos.,
Ft. Wayne, Ind.
' —Advertisement.
Safe Remedy lor
Children’s Colds
ts you want a pure, whole
some and absolutely safe remedy
for the relief of coughs, colds,
croup and whooping cough, get
'’oley’s Honey and Tar.
It contains no opiate or habit
forming drugs. '
Always Recommends It
Charles Baker, Brownsville, Tex., write*:
“For msny years psst I have used Foley’s
Honey and Tar Compound In and
ha mc found it superior to tny other coufh medi
cine. It is especially efficient in cases oi bad
coldsofmy children. I havealways recommend
ed it to my friends as a safe remedy for the chil
dreogos it contains no opiate.”
j Honey and Tar,
MUCUS,, clears the passages, coats in
flamed and irritated membranes with a
healing and soothing demulcent, ease*
hoarseness, stops tickling in the throat
and makes refreshing, restful sleep
There is no better remedy for
Coughs and Colds than Foley's
Honey and Tar,/
We eat too much meat which
clogs Kidneys, then the
Back hurts.
Most folks forget that the kidneys,
like the bowels, get sluggish and clogged
and need a flushing occasionally, else we
have backache and dull misery lu the
kidney region, severe headirches, rheu
matic twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach,
sleeplessness and all sorts of bladder dis
You simply must veep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an ache p r pain in the kidney
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any good drug store here,
take a tablespoonful in a glass of water
before breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, combined with
llthta, and is harmless to flush clogged
kidneys and stimulate them to normal
activity, it alßo neutralizes the acids
in the urine so it no longer irritates,
thus ending bladder disorders.
Jad Salts is harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effcrverscent litbia
watcr drink which everybody should take
now and then to keep jhelr kidneys clean,
thus avoiding serious complications.
A well-known local druggist says
sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who
believe in overcoming kidney
it la only troubUtow*dNilMMßi
Sloan’s Liniment should be kept
handy for aches and pains.
WHY wait for a severe pain, an
ache, a twinge following expos
ure, a sore muscle, sciatica, or
lumbago to leave naturally when you
should keep Sloan’s Liniment handy to
help curb It and keep you active and fit?
Without rubbing, for it penetrates, ap
ply a bit today to the afflicted part.
Note the gratifying, clean, prompt feller
that follows. Sloan’s Liniment couldn’t
keep its many thousands of friends the
world over if It didn’t make good. That’s
worth remembering. All druggists--
three sizes—the largest for utmost econ
omy. 35c, 70c, $1.40.
Painful Piles
A Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treat-
Stent la One of the Grandest
Events You Ever
Yom are suffering dreadfully I
with itching, bleeding, protruding
piles or hemorrhoids. Now, go over
Yen Positively Cannot Affsrfl 9#
Ignore These Remarkable
to any drug store and get a 60-cent
box of Pyramid Pile Treatment. Re
lief should come so quickly you will
Jump for Joy. If you are In doubt,
send for a free trial package by
mail. You will then be convinced.
Don’t delay. Take no substitute.
676 Pyramid Building.,
Marshall, Mich.
* Kindly send me a Free sample
of Pyramid' Pile Treatment, in
plain wrapper. ,
Name iww.
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Get Some Spunk
Don’t Be A Wet Rag.
Are you weak? Many softer from kidney
trouble without knowing the cause. Dizzi
ness, dull headaches, throbbing through
loins, stiffness in bending, are first symptoms.
Do the right thing. Get Dodd’s Kidney
Pills at any drugstore. Belief is immediate.
Meet sickness arises from poisonous waste
matter in the large intestine. Your kidneys
should keep the intestines clean. If they
don’t—look cut. Heed the Cst warning.
Get the flat, round box of Dodd’s Kidney
Pilts—three D’s ir, tbcname. Refuse substi
tutes - if your droggist is sold out send 600.
In stamps to Dodd Medicine Cos., Buffalo, N.Y.
A Mild Cathartic Diamond Dinner Pills.
a m, mi throat
Eases Quickly When You
Apply a Little Musterole.
And Musterole won’t blister like
the old-fashioned mustard plaster.
Just spread it on with your fingers.
It penetrates to the sore spot with a
gentle tingle, loosens the congestion
and draws out the soreness and pain.
* Musterole is a clean, white Qint
ment made with oil of mustard. It
is fine for quick relief from sore
throat, bronchitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff
neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache,
congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum
bago, pains and ( aches of the back oi
joints, sprains,sore muscles, bruises,chil
blains, frosted feet, colds on the chest.
Nothing like Musterole for croupy chil
dren. Keep it handy for instant use.
30c avri 60c jars; hospital size $2.50L
Keep the vital organs healthy by
regularly taking the world’s stand
ard remedy for kidney, liver,
bladder and uric acid troubles'—
Th National Ramedy of Holland for
centuries and endorsed by Queen WilheL
min a. At all druggiats, threa aizea.
Leak fur th* aaaaa Gold Modal oa mrmrr bos
aad accept so imitation
Internal modldno ; ncure Sexema. Only
externsj reroedy, can the Eczema tnlcrobe be
destroyed. Provo tide statement feryoorooH
“Slsopo Like ■ Plow Bo i*
**l’cffered for 30 soon with Etamrm fa |S
I jat all eras stars*. 30s sod 01.
Money Positively Rata read H Not Batts Nod
Hoag Drag Cos., oil stare# in ImUAuapo- i
ii; Danville, Thompson Drug Cos.; Urren
floid. H. 11. Zike? Druggist; NoblehvtUe,
Gertler Wall Drag Cos.; Shelby villa, \Can- j
nd lobndw, Druggist* ■
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JfPF pm&ic
Was Hardly Able to Drag
Around, but Feels Fine
Since Taking' Tanlac.
“Talking: about medicines that help
people, the one I always recommend IS
Tanlac for It set me right four year 4
ago and has kept me In fine shape ever
since,“ said C. W. Kelly of 21414 Lake
street. Akron, 0., In a conversation with
friends recently.
Mr. Kelly has been a plasterer for
thirty years and has followed his trada
in Akron for fourteen years. He la an
influential member of the plasterers’ nn
lon and well known.
“Pretty soon after Tanlac was pus
on sale here,”' continued Mr. Kelly,
began taking it and in a few weeks*
time my troubles left me and I found
that I had actuaUy gained seventeen.,
pounds In weight, besides. Every t
months since that time I have taken,
a little Tanlac to insure my good healtlw
T don't wait until I get to feeling bad*
I take It while I’m feeling good and ii
keeps me feeling that way,
“I had been suffering for three or four
years-- from Indigestion, disordered kid
neys and rheumatism. My appetite wa*
gone, I had severe pains In my back and.
felt tired and worn out all the time.
I could never get any sound sleep .£nd
always felt as tired In the mornings as
when I went to bed at night. I was
continually losing weight and never felt
well at any time. In damp weather my
bark and arms fjt so bad with rheuma
tism I couldu’t sleep at aIL My arms
pained me so bad I could hardly got my
hands up to my head and it was diffi
cult, during these attacks, for mo tm
work at all.
“Well, as I eald, Tanlac soon relieved
me of these troubles and I have been
eating three hearty meals a day and
feeling fine ever since. I used to coma
dragging In to my boarding house In
the hardly able to make it. but
now you can see me stepping about am
spry as a young man. I’ll be 00 years
of age in March, but no one takes me to
he more than 45, and I can do as much*
work in a day as I ever could. When
my friends ask me how I manage to keep
In such good shape and look so young l
always tell them—Talac Is what does
the trick and advise them to try It.
I never have a pain of any kind, sleep
like a log every night, and feel llke
wdrklng every day.' I wouldn’t think of
being without Tanlac for T just tMnk lt*
the greatest medicine ever made.”
Tanlac Is sold in Indianapolis by the
Hook Drug Cos. and Haag Drug Cos. undo.*
personal direction of a special Tanlau
representative. —Advertisement.
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