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SANTA FE HEAD DIES AT HOME IN CALIFORNIA E. P. Ripley, Great Railroad Executive, Leaves Long Record of Achievement. STARTED AS CLERK SANTA BARBARA, Cal., Feb. 5.—E. I’. Ripley, chairman of the hoard of di rectors of the Santa Fe railroad system, died here late yesterday. Edward Payson Ripley was one of the best known railroad officials in the country. He was president of the Santa Fe system for many years. He started his business career as a clerk in a wholesale dry goods bouse in Boston. He entered the railroad business when he was 21. as n clerk 4-u the freight department of the Boston of the Pennsylvania road. In 1870 he became a clerk in the Bos ton office of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy railroad, his duties connecting lilm with both the freight and passen ger departments. Two years later he was made the New England freight and passenger agent of the company, with headquarters in Boston. GENERAL MANAGER OF BURLINGTON LINE. In 1876 he was appointed general east ern agent of the company for the ter ritory east of Buffalo, still retaining headquarters in Boston. Eleven years later the office of the traffic manager was created by the directors of the road and his special excellence in this de partment was recognized by His ap pointment to fill it. He then moved to Chicago and made this city his perma nent home. In 1888 be was made a gejicra! manager ;of the Chicago. Burlington A Quincy railroad. On June 1. 1890. be resigned this position to become third vice presi dent of the Chicago, Milwaukee.* St. Paul railroad. He resigned Jan. 1, 1806. to become president of the Santa Fe sys tem, a position he held for many years. At one time he was a director in fifteen railroad companies. He was born in Worcester, Mass., Oct. 30. 184.*>, and came from an old New England family. His father. Charles P. Ripley, a native of Vermont, moved to Massachusetts in early manhood and en tered the grocery business. GRADUATE OF DORCHESTER HIGH SCHOOL. E.'P. Ripley was graduated from the Dorchester (Mass.) High school when he was 17 years old. He made a specialty of the traffic de partment of railroad operation and for many years was regarded as one of the best Informed traffic men in the country. He was an able speaker and writer on railroad questions and throughout his career kept pace with the development of the business. He possessed rare execu tive ability and was one of the most popular of railroad officials. He married Frances E. Harding of Dorchester. Mass., Oct. 4, 1871, and four children were the result of the union, Alice H., Frances P.. Robert H. and Frederick C. For many years he lived at Riverside, 111., a suburb of Chicago and spent the winters in southern California. Milk Sold in State Must Be Pasteurized With a few exceptions all milk sold in Indiana must be pasteurized, according to a ruling of the state board of health. In special cases, where raw milk is necessary for feeding babies or for other purposes, it must be only from tuber culin-tested cows and must he sold within twelve hours under conditions ap proved by inspectors of the board. Representatives of milk companies at tended the meeting of the board, at which the rules were adopted. The pur pose of the board is to prevent the spread of tuberculosis through milk. The dairy industry was represented at the meeting by L. G. Vannice of Amo. secretary of the Central Milk Producers' association, and J. J. Harvey of Indian apolis, secretary of the Indiana Manu facturers of Dairy Products. Lynch May Not Run Harding's Campaign Patrick J. Lynch, clerk of the Indiana supreme court, may not have charge of Senator Harding’s presidential cam paign in Indiana after all, according to reports from Washington. Mr. Lynch was named by W. H. MWex of Columbus, 0.. to take over the cam paign In this state. He went to Wash ington to confer with Harry M. Daugh erty, manager of ftbe Harding national headquarters and Mr. Dangberty is sal* to bare told him that he had expected to appoint another man to manage the campaign Id Indiana. It Is understood that a manager will not be named for Indiana until after Mr. Daugherty makes a personal visit to tWe state. Polish Grant Cuts Off Germans, Charge BERLIN, Feb. s. —Government officials bare claimed that rail and telegraph communication between East Prussia and the rest of Germany hsa been completely cut off by the “Polish corridor,” con trary to the treaty terms. (The “Polish corridor” Is a strip of land connecting Dantzig with Poland. It was set aside by the peace conference foi Polish commercial uses). Freed on Charges of Short Weighting The scales of E. L. MoCalip, 1151 Perry street, standholder In the city market. >xere Inspected and sealed by city mar ket Inspectors, but were wrong, accord ing to his statements In city court here. As soon as he discovered the slight error in them it was corrected, he said. Judge Pritchard dismissed the charges brought against him of short-weighting Mrs. Emma P. Bruner, ,324 South Hitter avenue. Poland May Turn to Berlin for Aid BERLIN, Feb. s.—lt was reported from Warsaw today that Poland will soou re quest Germany to supply her with war materials to fight the Russian soviet army. The Poles are said to be destroying all German monuments in the plebiscite ter ritory of Silesia. Exit the Gold Tooth and Gold Fillings CHICAGO, Feb. s.—Gold teeth and fill ings were condemned in resolutions adopted by the American Academy of Dental Science, holding a convention here. They were termed “out of date and not conducive to general good health.” The dentists also went on rec ord as being against removal of nerves from decayed teeth preparatory to fill ing. CEB.HENCE AC MAY VISIT JAPAN. PARIS. Feh. s.—Dr. Vicard. who is ac companying Clemeneeaii on hts trip to Egypt, Is quoted as saying the itinerary will include Cairo, Khartum, a trip up the Nile, and probably a visit to Syria, Persia and India. It is also said the former premier iuay visit Japan. Judge Crabs Love’s Little Game and Orders Divorce Case Retried ——il^—/ - . ... Mrs. Breunettie C. Parker, 515 Kentucky avenue. Stanley Bates, the youthful suitor. The great desire of Mrs. Breunettie C. Parker, 57, a boarding house keeper at 515 Kentucky avenue, is to have a husband who will be “good and kind" to her. Mrs. Parker has chosen her star boarder. Stanley Bates. 29. as the man. Bates has agreed, but Judge T. J. Moll of superior court, Room 5. has not signed the decree granting a divorce to Mrs. Parker from Pinkney Parker of near Maiott park, who “batches” in a little shack on the river bank in the summer time. Judge Moll beard Mrs. Parker's recital of how PinkDcy refused to work and support her and bow she was forced to conduct a boarding house for years to support herself. The court indicated that he would graut a divorce after ,he had questioned Mrs. Parker closely as to her future matrimonial Intentions. FUTURE INTENTIONS TO BE DECIDED. "Mrs. Parker told the court that she had no man in mind." said Judge Moll. “I withheld signing the decree until this point was established." Judge Moll has instructed the divorce prosecutor to petition the court for a new trial on the grounds of alleged mis representation of facts to the court. When Mrs. Parker, who is the mother of eight boys and three girls, appeared 5,000,000 BABES .ARE STARVING (Continued From Page One.) ing the next three months unless they are kept alive by food front outside sources. In Poland hunger is not confined prin cipally to the cities, as is the case in Aus tria and Hungary, but extends into the towns and villages and even the coun try districts, where the ebb and flow of war has prevented all production for the past five years. Thousands of chil dren are trying to exist on a coarse bread made of oats and the hark of certain trees, on grass soup and on wild roots and weed seed! Under-nourished, hungry children in Czeeho-Slovakia approach in numbers those of Poland. Estimates by officials of the American relief administration of the number in immediate need of re lief place the figure at 1.500.000. This ts about 40 per cent of the child popula tion. Two out of every three babies born lr Czeeho-Slovakia In recent months have died as the direct result of underfeed ing. Milk can not be obtained anywhere. Men and women alike have hardy existed on a starvation diet. Few mothers them selves are suficiently nourished to be able to nurse their babips, and In hun dreds and hundreds of cases the babies die in their mothers' arms. The children of the newly-born Baltic states of Esthonia, I.etvia and Lithu ania are having an even harder fight foe life than these struggling governments. Children in Esthonia, who are right down at the starvation tine, number some 110.000; in Letvia, 85.000; in Lithuania, 62,000. Ex-Representative Walter M. Chandler of New York, just returned from Europe, in describing conditions in Esthonia, Letria and Lithuania before a congres sional committee only a few days ago, said: "Wan, haggard, emaciated forms, mere ghosts of human beings, with tattered rags hanging about them and skeleton hands extended appealingly for help, are sickening and terrifying sights that greet the traveler on every band. Thou sands perished in a recent blizzard thaf swept over Esthonia, and hundreds of babes were fouud frozeu at their mothers’ breasts." Holy War Threats Made by Turk Reds LONDON. Feb. s.—Leaders of the Young Turk movement in Turkey claim that the Young Turk army will soon reach Constantinople, driving the allies from the city, said an Exchange Tel egraph dispatch from Berlin, quoting re ports received there from Constantinople. The Turkish red leaders declare that holy .war will be proclaimed in the spring and that It will be directed chiefly against the British empire. APPROPRIATES FLU FUND. The senate has appropriated $500,000 to the public health service for combat ing influenza. > | GIRLS! TRY THIS! | DOUBLE BEAUTY | OF YOUR HAIR (Use moist cloth! A mass of gleamy, fluffy hair Id a few moments you can transform your plain, dull, flat hair. You can have it abundant, soft, glossy and full of life. Just get at any d?Ug store or toilet counter a small bottle of “Danderine” for a few cents. Then moisten a soft cloth with the Danderine and draw this through your hair, taking oDe small strand at a time. Instantly, yes. imme diately. you have doubled the beauty of your hair. It will be a mass, so soft, lustrous aud so easy to do up. All dust, dirt and excessive oil is removed. Let Danderine put new life, color, vigor find brightness In your lialr This stim ulating tonic will freshen your scalp, cheek dandruff aud falling hfcir and help your hair to grow long, thick, strong and beautiful. —Advertisement. with her prospective youthful husband at the clerk's office late yesterday, no divorce decree was ou record. The clerk's office refused to issue the license because there was no record of Mrs. Parker's divorce.. COURT ORDERS CASE REOPENED. The case was referred to Judge Moll and the court ordered the prosecutor to reopen the case. “In my old age I want companionship." said Mrs. Parker today, at her neat and clean boarding bouse. “I want someone to he good to me. For thirty years I have had to work and support myself and children. • “I think that Mr. Bates is the man who will be good to me." He has proved himself a hero by going to France for his country." Bates, who is employed at the abat toir, was with the Fourth United States infantry iu France. Mrs. Parker said that she understood that Judge Moll granted the divorce at the day of the hearing. “1 will take a change of venue,” she said today. Moss Enright Dead, Cops Watch Gunmen CHICAGO, Feb. . r >. Members of latn.r unions here will be searched for fire arms on attending meeting'', it was or dered by the chief of police today. The order was issued in an attempt to block a series of “gunmen" murders looked tor as the result of the killing of “Moss’ Enright, for many years “king of Chi. • •ego’s labor gun fighters " Mint Expert Held in Bullion Robbery DENVER, Feb. Orville Harrington. 40 years old, skilled employe of the Denver mint, was arrested early today by United States secret" service agents In connection with the theft of coins and bullion from the local mint. It is said the thefts have covered a period of sev eral months and that over SIOO,OOO has been stolen. COULD ANYTHING BE WORE SIMPLE Apply few drops then lift touchy corns off with fingers. ) e*! Magic! Drop a little Frcczone on a bothersome corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift It rignt off. No pain! Try It. A’ I ra I A few cents buys a tiny bottle of Free zone at any drug store. This is sufficient to rid your feet of every hard coTn, soft corn, or corn between the toeß, also all calluses, and without the slightest .'sore ness or irritation. It doesn't hurt at all! F're'ezone is the magic ether discovery of the Cincinnati genius.- Advertisement. RECOVERY FROM INFLUENZA HASTENED BY PE-RU-NA^Mm Weighs More Than Ever Rondurant. lowa. ■•W hile recovering from the influ enza I nas so weak I con’d not gain ■:;9 any strength for too months. The Hr latter part of the w inter I bought six ■HEjggHR|ME' bottles of l’r ru nn and began taking ,WfWjSKS it. My weight increased to IT" pounds, the most 1 ever weighed. My eMßagiiPy';:' usual winter weight Is I .Vi. If you can use this leticr for any good, you are perfectly welcome. C. A. ALLEN. It U. No. 2. *%MaMpKL. For the relief of coughs, colds \\ MB&f.. and all diseases due to catarrh and V\ catarrhal conditions. Peru tia has 3k held the confidence of thousands . 1 during the last fifty years. As a \\Wjk health restorer and body builder after protracted sickness, the grip ..>• or Influenza, there is nothing bet *'" ifjlJiPr ter. Pe-ru-na Is a dependable fani- aBI ily medicMe for everyday ills. n WvXi*, HI SOLD EVEtaTWHERE r . A . ALLEN ft TABLETS OR LIQUID B °iowa. ant ’ INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. PLAN TO BOOST BREAD PRICES ANOTHER CENT VanNuys Warns That Further Increases May Result in Action by U. S. GROCERS BLAME BAKERS The price of bread in Indianapolis may be increased another cent a loaf as a re sult of the the refusal of wholesalers to agree to a 5 per cent discount on sales to retailers. Retailers increased their prices 1 cent a loaf when wholesalers made similar in creases. The Marion county fair price committee will consider at its meeting to night the question of whether retailers should add still another cent to their prices. VANNUYS WARNS OF C. S. ACTION. Stanley Wyekoff, rair price commis sioner for the state, and Frederick Van •Nuys, United States district attorney, were informed by representatives of the retail grocers and the wholesale bakers at the Board of Trade building yesterday afternoon that it would be impossible to giant the dlscouut. In addressing the committees Mr. Van N'ttys sounded a uote of warning. He told the bakers and retailers of the necessity of being sure that their in creases are absolutely necessary before they arc made. “I did not come here to cajole, criti cise or threaten, but to get information," he said. “I've read of the contemplated increase of the price of bread in the newspapers. The wholesale bakers here know whether the increase is reasonable or not. You know what the law is and if you don't it is easy to find out. I don't know what the facts are, but I propose to find out. SAYS GOVERNMENT IS WATCHING PRICES. “The government can get the informa tion through its agencies and if the in crease is unreasonable will not hesitate t<> invoke the statute. There is no occa sion for uncertalnity either as to the facts or as to the 'aw. We’ll presume we all know the law. You gentlemen know the fae*s. and I propose to find out what the real facts arc. “I do want to make the suggestion, however, that at this time when the cost of neeessities and commodities of life almost exceed the point of forbear ance. any man or body of men who propose an increase on the necessities of life Bliould le sure that such an in- INDIGESTION GOES, GONE! “Pape’s Diapepsin” at once fixes Your Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomach Stomach acidity causes indigestion: Food souring, gas, distress! Wonder what upset your stomach? Well, don't bother! The moment you eat a tablet or two of Pape's Diapepsln all the lumps of Indigestion pain, the sourness, heart burn and belching of gases, due to acidity, vanish truly wonderful: Millions of people know that it is needless to be bothered with itidigestl jn. dyspepsia or a disordered stomach. A few tablets of Pape's Diapepsln neutral ize acidity and give relief at once—no waiting! Buy a box of Pape’s Diapepsln now: Don't stay miserable: Try to regulate your stomach so you can cat favorite foods without causing distress. The cost Is so little The benefits so great.- Advertisement. MANY CASES OF RHEUMATISM NOW Says We Must Keep Feet Dry, Avoid Exposure and Eat Less Meat. 4 Stay off tbo dsmp ground, avoid ex posure, keep feet dry, eat less meat, drink lots of water and above all take s spoonful of salts occasionally to keep down uric acid. Rheumatism is caused by poisonous toxin, called uric acid, which is gene rated in the bowels and absorbed into the blood. It is the function of the kid neys to filter this acid from the blood and cast it out In the urine. The pores of the skin are also a means of freeing tbe blood of this impurity. In damp and chilly, cold weather tbe skin pores are closed, thus forcing the kidneys to do double work, they become weak and sluggish and fail to eliminate this uric acid which keeps accumulating and cir culating through the system, eventually settlimr in the Joints and muscles, cabs Ing stiffness, soreness and pain called rheumatism. At the first twinge of rheumatism get from any pharmacy about four ounces of ,fad Salts; put a tablespoonful in a gloss of wafer and drink before breakfast each morning for a week. This is said to eliminate uric acid by stimulating the kidneys to normal action, thus ridding the blood of these impurities. .Tad Saits is inexpensive, harmless and is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with litiiln and is used with excellent results by thou sands of folks who are subject to rheuma tism. Here you have a pleasant, effer vescent llthia-wator drink which over comes uric acid and is beneficial to your kidneys as well.—Advertisement. crease is necessary and be iu a posi tion to demonstrate that fact. Par ticularly is that true in the necessity In which you gentlemen deal. If it is shown that the increase ?.s reasonable there is nothing to fear from this of fice, but if it is unreasonable the mat ter will be taken up in the proper chan nels and the statute invoked." Lowry Tells About Community Plans Plans to establish community centers in Indianapolis during the next f ew years are being made by members of the park board, according to James H. Lowry, park superintendent, who spoke at a meeting in the Benjamin Franklin school No. 36, Capitol avenue and Twen ty-eighth street, last flight. Buildings for public meetings, play ground apparatus, gymnasium equipment and bathing equipment are to be includ ed in the plans, Mr. Lowry said. Hi said that such buildings would also be established in the foreign and negro dis tricts. Gov. Lowden’s Indiana Campaign Boss 111 John H. Harrison, who hivi charge of the Indiana presidential campaign oi Gov. Frank O. Lowden of Illinois, has returned to his home in Danville, 111., suffering from influenza. Reports from Danville say lie probably will be con fined to his home for a week. HE DARKENED HIS GRAY HAIR Tells How He Did It. Mr. J. A. McCrea, a well-known resident of San Francisco, who /.as called Daddy and Grandpa on ac count of his white hair, and who darkened it with a home-made mix ture, recently made the following statement: “Anyone can prepare a simple mix ture at home that will darken gray hair, and make it soft and glossy. To a half-pint of water add 1 ounce of bay rum, a small box of Barbo Com pound and t* ounce of glycerine. “These ingredients can be bought at any drug store at very little cost. Applv to the hair twice a week until the desired shade is obtained. It does not color the scalp, is not sticky or greasy and does not rub off."—Ad vertisement. COULDN’T LEAVE HOMEFORYEARS Is Free From Rheumatism and Able to Go Down Town, Now. “This is the first time in years that I have been away from home, and if you had seen what a dreadful condition I was In five or six years ago you would be surprised to see me in this store now,” kaid Mrs. M. A. Pitts of Hanna City, 111., In relating her remarkable ex perience to tiie Tan lac representative at the Sutllff A Case drug store in Peoria, a few days ago. “At the time I began taking Tanlnc,” explained Mrs. Pitts, "I was so crippled up with rheumatism that ! couldn’t even walk across the house without stopping for my pain to ease up. But now I am feeling as well as i did twenty-five years ago and l want everybody to know that it's all because of nliat Tanlac has done for me. "My arms and legs pained me con tinually so that there was no ease or comfort for me day uor night. My knees were so stiff, swollen and sore that when T tried to take a step they almost gave way. The pain nearly drove me dis traded. I had been suffering this way for twenty years and tried so many dif ferent liniments and medicines with no relief that I scarcely had any hopes of ever getting any better. My appetite was Dever very good either; and my stomach was also In had condition. “Well, I never thought there was a medicine in the world that could help my rheumatism. But a person ne'er gets foo old to learn, for I had taken Taniac but a few days when I could feel my pains easing up. After faking it for about two weeks and found I could walk all over the house without feeling a pain. I was the happiest woman you could find. I noticed my elbows were not so stiff and sore and I could raise my hands to eat without suffering near so much. Then ! felt so encouraged that my husband sent for several more bottles of Tanlae and now I am not only rid of the rheumatism, but my appetite Is just wonderful and my stomach seems In bet ter condition than It ever was. Before taking Taniac I hadn't slept well In years, but now- I sleep all night long Just like a child. Well, it is nothing less than wonderful the way Taniac has gotten me over the rheumatism. Why, my limbs are as free from pain as when I was a girl. I am now- able to do all mv housework and. as I said. I feel as well as I did twenty-five years ago. You can just ask any of my neighbors out there at Hanna City, for they all know what a bad fix I was in and will tell you how easily I get around now and enjoy myself again after being housed up for so many years unable to get o(T the- place, and T will never get through praising Taniac." Taniac is sold in Indianapolis by the Hook Drug Cos. and Haag Drug f'o. un der personal direction of a special Taniac representative.- Advertisement. ECZEMA CAUSED YEARS OF INTENSE AGONY ‘T have suffered intense agony from eczema on my leg and other parts of mv body for years, and received only tempo rary relief from other preparations. It is only a month since I started to use PETERSON’S OINTMENT, and I here is no sign of eczema or itching. You can refer to me.”—Geo. Talbot. 27 Pen field street, Buffalo, N. Y. I've got a hundred testimonials, says Peterson of Buffalo, just ns sincere and honest as this one. Years ago. when T first started to put out PETERSON'S OINTMENT. I made up my mind to give a big box for 35 cents, and 1 am still doing it, as every druggist In the coun try knows. I guarantee PETERSON'S OINTMENT because I know that its mighty healing power Is marvelous. I say to every one who buys a box that it is rigidly guar anteed for eczema, salt rheum, old sores, blind, bleeding and itching piles, ulcers! skin dlseiaes, chafing, burns, scalds and sunburn, and if not satisfactory any druggist will rcturp your money.—' Adver tisement. ' WARNING I la kMelai y*ar bowels regular do sot ■ become sddirted to woskoning purgatives I or Mineral laxatives; jut try KOROLAX; 0 aafe. gentle. wholesome. Beet and goes H farthest. Obtainable at bttsy druggists, every- §J where. Kore lax ig relief for many aliments, I Including oenetlpstlon, beadaaba*. dlzry I •belle. bofcMsg. (as. heartburn, torpid liver H SEEK TO SPUR BUILDING WORK Contractors Pick Labor Com mittee to Prevent Disputes. A labor committee to negotiate con tracts with unions for 1920, was ap pointed at the closing session of the sec ond annual state convention of the As sociated Building Contractors held last night in the Claypool hotel. Steps to bring about an early wage agreement will lie' made In order that plans for a building campaign next year will not be delayed through dis putes. Members of the committee were L. S. Kirk, Vincennes; C. C. Heinzan, Mar ion: Walter Haworth, Attica: Walter Fassnaught. South Bend; If. P. /Lee, Gary; J. W. Reed, Hammond: Walter Wise, Indianapolis; H. P. A'catch. Evans ville; E. P. Dai'ey, Ft. Wayne; Ross Kshelman, Anderson; O. A. Toelle. Terre Haute: J. W. Gailivan. Muncie; G. W. Ooodall. Peru: Jacob Behrick. Mt. Ver non. and A. E. Kermmer. Lafayette. A. -J. Hoffman, Evansville, was re elected president of the association. Other officers elected were Max Irmsyher, Ft. Wayne, first vice president; Charles Morrow. Muncie. second rice president; O. A. Toelle, Terre Haute, third vice MUNCIE AMD CAPITAL CITY UNITE IN OTTERING PRAISE “More Good Than Any Other Woman’s Tribute MISS PEARL TERRY. MM L'.NCIE, Ind , Feb. 5. “Trutoua certainly does the work! It's done me more | good than any other medicine I've ever tried,” is the emphatic assertion of Miss Pearl Terry, a well-known aiul highly respected Muncie young woithin, who lives at 210 West Eighth street Miss Terry’s convincing statement bears out the testimony of thousands of In (Banians who hare taken Trutona and found it to he an unequalled preparation. "For tbe past eight months I've snf sered from kidney and liver trouble and indigestion," vhe continued. “My right side and back ached almost continually. Shortly after eating. I'd have severe pains in the pit of my stomach and would usually feel bloated. Palpitation of the heart annoyed me at times, too. [ was very nervous and couldn't sleep well, invariably waking up several times during the night. Naturally I had that annoying tired, dragg.v feeling during the day and seldom felt like doing any work at all. “But my work Isn't a drtidge an) Is sold in Indianapolis by the Hook Chain of Drug Stores and 0. W. Brooks’ Drug Store, Pennsylvania and Ohio streets. Trutona may be obtained at the following Indiana Drug Stores: Akron, Scott & Arter. Albany. Charles XV. Harrison Alexandria. Bailey- Edwards Drug Cos. Anderson. Cassell Bros. Angola. Kratz Drug Store. Ashley. B. M. Davis. Attica, F. Robinson & Son. Auburn. Frank H. Hubbard. Aurora. Wm. Ulrich. Batesvllle, Blank's Pharmacy. Bedford. R. I. Bedoe. Bicknell, G. W. Mayberry. Bloomfield, F. L. Burke. Bloomington. J. W. O'Harrow. Bluffton, Wells Drug Cos. Boonville. Bert Parker. Brazil. Mendenhall A- Artman. Brook. Montgomery A Snyder. Brookston, A. D. Boontershine. Brojvnstown, O. R. Emerson. Bunker Hill. People's Drug Store. Butler. Geo. W. Geddes. Cambridge City, Dean House. Campbellsburg. L. G. Drlskell. Cannelton. H. A. Clark. Carlisle. Wipegar's Pharmacy. Carmel, L. J- Small. Cayuga. Auble A Alter. Centerville. Centervtlle Pharmacy. Charlestown. C. M. Bottorff's Drug Store. Chrisney. James Adams. Churubusco. Briggs A- Benward. Clay City. Jett’s Drug Store. Clinton. White s Pharmacy No. 1. Columbia City, J. H. Keiser A- Cos. Columbus, Clarence W. Adams. Connersvllle. Merrill Drug Store. Converse. Agness Drug Cos. Corydon. Percy L. Davis. Covington. Belles A Son. Crawfordsville. H. P. Scharf. Crothersville. C. W. Taulman. Cynthtar.a. John E. Stevens. Dale. J- W. Ladd. Danville, Harkness A Redlfer. Darlington, Corner Drug Store. Decatur. Smith, Yager A Falk, Delphi. Reed A Adams. Dunkirk, Roe Bros. Earl Park. E. C. Martin. Edinburg. Taylor A Roth. Elnora Henry B. Staloup. ilwond. B E. Sneed A Cos. English, F. R. Gobble A Son Evansville. J. F. Bomm Drug Cos. Fairmount. Pioneer Drug Store. Farmersburgh. C’has. Tarleh. Flora. Chas. R. Eller. Fortville. J. F. Johnson. Fort Wayne. People's Drug Store. Fowler. J. W. Rodman. Frankfort. Walter C. McKown. Franklin. Means Drug Cos. president and C. C. Pierson, Indianapolis, secretary-treasurer. F. W. Jungclaus presided as toastmas ter at the annual nanquet laat'nlgbt. It was unanimously decided to hold the 1920 convention in Indianapolis. ITALY USES BELGIAN COAL. Italy's industries use 60,000 tons of Belgian coal a month. BEFORE “SAND-MAN” COMES Prepare for a Clear, Bright Day Tomorrow by Taking “Cascarets” for Liver and Bowels “Cascarets" tonight sure: Your sys tem is filled with liver and bowel poi son -which keeps your skin sallow, your stomach upset, your head dull and ach- Inar and your system full of cold. Your meals are turning into poison, gases and acids. You caD not feel right. Don’t more since I've taken Trutona and 1 feel better and stronger now than 1 have for many a day. Why. T can eat anything l care for now without fear of the former severe pains in my stomach cr the bloated feeling. Trutona has re lieved the pains In my side and back also. My nerves are steadier I know, for I sleep the whole night through without awakening. Trutona has re lieved me of a great deal of unpleas antness and I'm not exaggerating one bit when I say that it has done me more good than any other medicine I've ever taken. —Advertisement. Garrett, A. F. Smith. Georgetown. F. E. Kespler. Goshen. H. E. Blckel. Gosport. C. B. Crlss. Grand View, H. O. Stuteville. Greencastle. R. P. Mullins. Greenfield. Early Drug Cos. Greeneburg, St. John A Guthrie. Haubstadt, P. J. Emmert. Huntlngburg, Dr. C. XV. Schwarts Huntington, Bradley Bros. Jamestown. Joseph Drug Cos. .Tasonville. W. H. Walter#. Jasper. Crescent Pharmacy. Jeffersonville, Ben Doolittle. Kentland. Heaty A Ross. Kewanna, Elston A Son. Knlghtstown, Jolly’s Drug Store. Kokomo, People’s Drug Store. Lafayette. Bartlett Drug Cos. LaPorte. Canfield's Pharmacy. Laurel. S. W. Brier. Lawreneeburg. A. F. Schmidt. Lebanon. Masters A Mitchell. Lewisville. John C. Keller Lincoln City. Dr. O. T. Crofton. Linton, W. J. Hamilton. Logansport Red Cross Pharmi y. Loogootee. O. A. Walker; Madison, John Baum. Marion, Merritt's Drug Stores. Markel, F. J. Harvey. Martinsville. Sterling Drug Store. Mentone. Shafer A Goodwin. Mtqhlgan City. Kahn-Westphal Drug Cos. Middletown. Miller Bros Milan. W. E. Lawless. Milford, Milford Drug Cos. Milltown. S. M. Wall*. Mitchell, City Drug Store, W. A. Bur ton's Sons. Monon, W. A. Hajidley. Montezuma, Murdock’s Pharmaey. Montlcello, F. E. Bowmen A Bros. Montpelier, People's Drug Store. Morristown. W. L. Parish. Mishawaka, Red Cross Pharmaey. Mt. Vernon, Boyce A William*. Muncle (Oalllher A Prutzman (People’! Drug Store and Owl Drug Store). N'appanee, Walters A Waltere. New' Albany. E. G. Mayes. New Carlisle, Warner Drug Store. Newburg. Herman Brlxtue. Newcastle. Rose City Pharmacy. New Harmony, F. J. Miller. NoblesvlUe. Haines’ Drug Store. North Liberty, North Liberty Phar macy. Burdge’s Stores. North'Vernon. C T. O’Hever. Oakland City, J. C. Osborne, oaoa. The Odoo Drug Cos. Gov. Burnquist on Road to Recovery ST. PAUL, Minn., Feb. s—Gov. J. A.‘ A. Bnrnquist. ill of pneumonia for sev eral days at his home here, was reported much improved today. Attending physi cians said he was on tjte road to recov ery. stay bilious or constipated. Feel splen did tomorrow by taking Cascarets before you go to bed. They act without grip ing or inconvenience. They never sicken you like Calomel, Salts, Oil or nasty, harsh Pills. They cost so little, tao — Cascarets work while yon sleep.—-Adver tisement. Local Resident Highly Elated Over Prospect Future Promises to Be Un usually Bright for Mrs. Woodcock. TRUTONA IS PRAISED “I’ll Never Again Be Both ered With Troubles,” Local Woman Says. “Judging from this ‘IOO per cent bet ter’ feeling I have now I don't believe I’ll ever be bothered again with any of the troubles from which I bad formerly suffered so long," Mrs. Mary Woodcock, a well-known Indianapolis woman of 444 Forrest avenue, said recently, “It took Trutona only a short time to make me feel 100 per cent better,” she added. "Before I took Trutona," Mrs. Wood-: cock continued, "it seemed that every time I ate anything, a lump would form in my stomach. I’d be in misery for two or three hours after a meal. My bead felt heavy and I was dizzy most all the time, especially when I'd first get up in the morning. I had a good enough appetite but the food simply wouldn’t digest properly. My bowels never acted properly, only when I’d take pills aDd then, the minute I stopped using them. I would become constipated again. 1 got tired of that, of course. (“Well, I began looking around for something better than pills and I sure found it the first ’dash out of the box' in Trutona. I began taking a spoonful three times a day and without exag geration it was only a short time until I felt 100 per cent better. Why. food com menced to digest properly aud I haven't had a dizzy spell since I begin using Trutona. My bowels are well regulated now, too. I feel sure that I’ll never again be bothered with any of the trou bles I suffered from so long.” In most everything but the name Tru tona is an old-fashioned remedy, the ingredients of which have been used for medicinal purposes for years and years. If YOU prefer a preparation whose in gredients have stood the exacting test of time, try Trutona. You will he amazed! At least thousands have admitted sur prise over their relief and why, we ask. should YOU be an exception Y-Advor tlsemcnt. Orleans. Stephenson A Worrell. Osgood, E. M. Dopp. Oeslan, Ossien Drug Cos. Owens vllle, Thoe. L. Lockhart Oxford, O. B Wilkins. Paoli, Boyd A Boyd. Pendleton. E. Tank A Cos. Peru, Shock A Smuck. Petersburg, J. R. Adams A Son. Plymouth, Model Pharmacy. Portland. Geo. L. Stevena Poseyville, J. F. Schafer. Princeton, Shoptaugh Drug Cos. Redkey, Wilt Drug Store, Rensselaer. Larsh A Hopkins. Richmond, Clem Thlstlethwaite. Rldgeville, Lee Fleher. Rising Sun, Loring A Hemphill. Roachdale. G. W. Irwin. Roanoke. Hackett A Son. Rochester, Alex Ruh, Blue Drug Bteaw Rockport, T. C. Bayse. Rockville, Dick H. Ott Royal Center, C. B. A R. B. A(aa Salem. Chas. McCllntock. Scottsburg. Jae. Dunlevy. Seymour, W. L Federmaan. Shelburn. O. B. Stark. Shelbyvllle, Morrlsen-DePrea Drug Cft Shoals. S. H. Roes Drug Cos. Stiver Lake, Ragler and Jont*. South Bend. Central Drug Stores South Whitley, W. T. Norris. Spencer. W. I. Brown. Sullivan. B&tey A Walters. Summitrllle, Herbert Knight Swayzee. Charles H. Lash a. Tell City. G. 8. Duseh Terre Haute, Buntln Drug Ce. Thorntown. Burk A Staton Tipton, Barker A Speekbaugh. Troy, T. P. Gaaaer. Union City. Kerr A Huebar. Veedereburg, G. G. Graham. Vereaillee. J. A. Speneer. Vevay. W. T. Sullivan. Vlncennee, Dueeterberg A Krann. Wabash, Bradley Bros. Waikerton, C. M. Carter. Warren. J. G. Sprowla Warsaw, J. J. Lanta. Washington, Warren VanTreea Waynetown. S. M. Da via West Terre Haute, Burton Canada*. Williamsport, B J. Winger, winamac, Smith’s Drug Storey Winchester, J. H. B. Whit*. Worthington, W A. Treat A Qa Winslow, Everett Fettlnger. Wolcott, Speneer Bros. Woleottaville, W. S. Grey. Terktown, C. D. Byarly ' Zionavtlle. Mills Drag Oft.