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Take the Initiative with your dollars! Don’t let them slip through your fingers, but control their power. Deposit them in a strong bank where they will earn interest for you and will stand back of you in time of need. Start a savings account today. Lacgeat in Indiana f lrtcfjer CmSlTacmm failings anb Cruet Company WBf Help Yon to Bhveefeiy N. W. Coc. Market ftf Penaayhranh BOY CRITICALLY HURT BY AUTO Man and Woman Also Victims of Traffic Accidents. Isaac Neshulam, 9, of 901 Maple street, Is In a critical condition at the City hospital today as a result of In juries received when he was struck by an automobile at Meridian and Wllkerson streets Saturday night. The automobile was driven by John H. Leonard of Greenwood. Witnesses told the police the boy was playing in the street. William Webb, 52, of 506 Douglass street, was injured when he was struck by an automobile driven by Clarence Butter. 306 North East street, In front of 836 West Washington street yesterday. Mrs. Nettle Stoner, 45, of Oaklandon, is recovering from injuries received when she was struck by an automobile driven by Mrs. W. Buschman, 2013 Nbrth Dela ware street at the entrance of the Dod son-Coffin garage. 32S East Market street, Saturday afternoon. Good Luck Oleomargarine—Gloaabrenrer’s THIS IS Laugh Week mam MAKE THE Wednesday Matinfe IT’S THE BIG Actors’ Show A ‘‘TWO-IN-ONE BILL” AT REGULAR PRICES. Watch TONER He's the Winner —Advertisement. REGULAR HABITS NOW; CONSTIPATION GONE Mr. Brooks Suffered for Years— Tells How He Got Relief. ♦T have tried a great many things for constipation, but the only thing that has been able to relieve me is Milks Emul sion. I am on only my second bottle and have to take very little*of it now. My bowels move regularly every morning, which they have not been doing for a number of years. It seems like living again. after suffering so long. I recom mended Milks Emulsion to two of my friends and both say It is the beat rem edy they ever beard of." —Elmer C. Brooks, 329 Washington Bt., Peoria, IIL Consitpation weakens the bowel mus cles. Salts and purgatives only in crease this condition. Milks Emulsion is a real corrective remedy. You can try it nnder its guaranty, without risking a cent. Milks Emulsion Is a pleasant, nutri tive food and a corrective medicine. It restores healthy, natural bowel action, doing away with all need of pilla and physics. It promotes appetite and quick ly puts the digestive organs in shape to aealmilate food. Asa builder of flesh and strength, Milks Emulsion is strong ly recommended to those whom sickness has weakened, and is a powerful aid in resisting and repairing the effects of wasting diseases. Chronic stomach trou ble and constipation fire promptly re lieved —usually in one day. This is the only solid emulsion made, and so palatable that it is eaten with a apoon like ice cream. No matter how severe yonr case, you are urged to try Milks Emulsion, under this guarantee—Take six bottles home with you, use it according to directions and if not satisfied with the results, your money will be promptly refunded. Price 60c and $1.20 per ibottle. The Milks Emulsion Cos.. Terre Haute, Ind. Sold by druggists everywhere.—Advertisement. HOW FREE FROM PAIN Lydia E. Pinkham’s Vegetable Compound Frees Another Woman From Suffering. Bayonne, N. J.—“ Before I was married I suffered a great_ deal with vS side and back ans an^^ t ' 90we *^ fore the first one came T was weak and nervous, could not eat and was digfv. After I took the Vegetable Compound I could work and eat. Now I am strong and recommend your medicine to mv friends.”—Mrs. Anna Sleva, 25 E. l7th St., Bayonne, N. J. Women who recover their health, naturally tell others what helped than. Some write and allow their names and photographs to be pub* lished with testimonials. Many more tell their friends. If you need a medicine for women’s ailments, try that well-known and successful remedy, Lydia E. Pink ham’s Vegetable Compound. Write Lydia E. Pinkham MecTicine Cos. (con ftdcaitial) for anything you need to State Socialists Convene May 22-23 The state socialist convention will be held at 49t£ South Delaware street on May 22 and 23 The state ticket wlll .be nominated for the fall election. TBY PLAY AGAIN. LONDON, May 3.—Lauretta Taylor’s play, “One Night In Rome,” was to make its second appearance here tonight. It was broken up by rowdies last Thurs day night. Defective Scientifically Corrected Lenses in any frame or mounting in our stock, ground in our / f A own plant, $450 Kryptok Invisible Bi focals (ground to gether, not cement m n g ed) for far and near -Tf* Yldon; complete 'L Jf your c^olce ot T Shell s ß‘ s l2 Hoosier Optical Company 148 N. ILLINOIS ST. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. Manufacturing Opticians. No Charges-for Examination % Electric Washing Machines 1 •*“•"< f wash 1M par can* tSu. 12^ a Sold convenient ter me. HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. Again WeVe Challenged Users of Quality Tires Are Invited to Witness the Fight, and Incidentally Profit Thereby! Ever since the present owners of this com pany have had control (which has been about three years) it has been their policy to allow no competitor, big or little, to undersell them. Within the past year there have been sev eral attempts to undersell us on those brands of tires for which we are distributors and on which we are obligated not to advertise cut prices. Knowing this to be true, some of our good business friends have tried the old trick of buying up a little bunch of our brands and then advertising them at prices a little less than ours. Within the past year this trick was tried on Cupples tires—one of the brands for which we are Indiana distributors. With the consent and assistance of the makers we gave our First Grade of a Nationally Known Standard Brand Tire, Guaranteed 6,000 Miles, at the Following Prices: List Their Oar Price. Price. Price. 30x3 plain £4 \ AA tread $17.60 $11.95 #l. JLUIr 3o * 3 Va. \ fz atz nonakid 23.80 16.95 31x4 nonskid fl/fl Off clincher 33.30 26.76 AlttfU 33x4 straight side, 94% nonskid 39.55 28.85 £UUe) Regular Their Our Price. Price. Price. straight side, nonskid $56.85 $41.85 and / *99 C IT AP A NTFI7 tire and rubber co. vJv/i VIVi 111 m I ili 211 and 213 South Illinois St. The Largest Exclusive Tire and Accessory House in Indiana • DOG HILL PARAGRAFS \ jfei r * s /./ //* N The photo gallery at Bounding Billows has got in a crate of new scenery, which adds a great deal to the looks of those who have their pictures taken. Among the latest to do so is Cricket Hicks, who Is shown In a sitting posture with a stack of huge mountains about six inches behind him, thus making his feet, look about half as big as they really are. Washington Hocks says the weather has been acting ao changeable and curi ous this winter and spring It would take a double entry aet of books to keep track of It. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, MONDAY, MAY 3,1920. v .$tV Sound Business judgment, which should direct voters in the selection of this candidate Tuesday, is his own best recommen dation for the office. John L. Duvall the Right Republican —FOR- State Senator From Marion County Can You Tell How Much You Spend for Your Pood Clothing Luxuries and Other necessities. Our Budget Syttem will show you how to save money. It’* Free Mailed out of town on request Wo pay 4V670 on savings. MEYER-KISER BANK 13S Eart Washington Street (Open ft a. m. to 8 p, m. Saturday.) [Ask. IgrA-K T.lbjb ) AIB L/ jS competitor a lesson in price-cutting that he has not forgotten. . During the little scrap the innocent by stander bought Cupples tires at less than car load prices. And now comes another with the same old game played in the same old way. We enter the ring with our hands tied because we can not, without committing a breach of confi dence, name the tire. Users of standard brand tires who are be lievers in fair play are requested to drop in and learn the name of this brand and at the same time take advantage of a temporary op portunity of getting a quality tire at consider ably less than its real value. j 3 i, Regular Their Our Price. Price. Price. 30x3 non- A skid $19.60 $13.45 &3L£ke£kO 32x3*/2 straight side, Q O/T noirskid 28.75 19.95 IOaMU 32x4 straight side, QA nonskid 37.70 27.45 £‘ft*OU 34x4 straight side, nonskid 40.60 29.45 4w009 rm*Th*n SL Washington at - -- ■ ■ i Celery- Vesce (Shakes Aches) “A headache,” says Dorothy May, “Never lingers with me for a day. The reason? Well, guess. I take CELERY-VESCE. And the pain simply bubbles away.” Tastes Good—lS Good IsS Ask Your Druggist + tn&QQ eriMOiAM* ™ WF** i I’ENN. AND WASH. BXB. sxnnK „ (SI ADI SON AND RAY. RXUUC.3 > FOI:NTAIN SQUARE. I MERIDIAN AND MORRIS. Huntington&Riddell CONTRACTORS Store Front*. Interior Remodeling and Factory Work. Phones—Belmont 2095—2130. V _ .> Watch TONER He’s the Winner —Advertisement. AREER-HANKINS LBR. CO. Appli.r. nod Retailers VULCANITE ASPHALT SHINBLES and ROLL ROOFING •M HASS. AYR. Main 747. Pkonra. Ante. St ill. HOUSE WIRING And Fixture* a Specialty. Fron.pt aervlce and satisfaction guaranteed. If It’a Electrical—Call Pro*. 6372. DETROIT VAPOR STOVES PENINSULAR STOVES GURNEY REFRIGERATORS CHENEY PHONOGRAPHS For Sale by HOOSIER OUTFITTING CO 443-5 E. Waih. Fine Decorated /K n 42-Plece Set of tL7 711 DINNERWARE ■ • I See our open stock of Dlnnerware. Little Furniture Store 211 E. Washington St. Indiana Wall Paper Cos. Retail Store Wholesale Store 51 Virginia Arc. 27-29 E. Maryland (ADVERTISEMENT) ■ yii H. mmmg - ;JL jgtujj | JJRH) GEORGE*M. SPIEGEL FOR COUNTY TREASURER Subject to Democratic Frlmary May 4, 1920 GIVES CREDIT THROUGH THE LAND Bacbache, lame and stiff muscles and rheumatic pains are often symptoms of j deranged kidneys. ‘‘l had weak bladder, ! bad kidneys and liver,” writes Willie Carter, Luxar, Pa. "I could not sleep well an,d my back pained me awful. I had a dizzy feeling In the morning. Since taking Foley Kidney Pills I have been relieved of all such ailment*.” They rid j the system of the poisonous acids that cause aches sad pains.—Advertisement. Whet's sweeter than a.— i young girl In s new A frock? She deserves to g • hove her beauty per- MSSt pet noted tn :t photo- ryiJw graphic portrait by s VB df Wlath Timor K&hn Bid*. L ‘w v-' -'-L @ s£ra Spring Styles | for Men and Women |H| Reduced On account of the unseasonable weather we are compelled to radically reduce the i | prices on all of our new’ spring outfits Y U for men and women. Big stocks to se \ J Y\ lect from, fine styles, real quality, w Prices to suit every pocketbook. Auction Famous Furniture Cos., 448 West Washington St. Now closing out entire furniture stock at public auction. Sales daily at 1:30 and 7:30 p. m. until all is sold. ' Let IJs Do Your Family Washing In Soft Water Each Washing Done Separately. No Marking Ink or Pins Used. Quick Delivery. Family Wash Laundry 831-837 E. Washington St. |™ —..— & ■p- Candidate for Sheriff Edward E. Mcßride YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED “THIS IS THE YEAR” Democratic Primary, May 4, 1920 —Advertisement. — ' BLACK SCREEN WIRE a Square Foot VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO. 120 TO 124 EAST WASHINGTON STREET CLOTHING ON CREDIT*. PEOPLE’S CREDIT CLOTHING CO. 46 N. PENNSYLVANIA ST. 2nd FLOOR OUR SPECIAL BANK CREDIT PLAN Allow you to buy your home outfit at cash prices. D. N- FOSTER FURNITURE AND GARPET COMPANY Ul-U9-1U Wait Market Meet. Opposite Traction Terminal SspoL OINUAMAP6US) gvsCteA-ronxafafed&w The Age of Pain Is Past That is, so far as dental oper ations are concerned. There was, of course, a time when some dental work could not be done without considerable pain. But, in these days of anesthetics and scientific methods pain has been driven from the dental office. Come in and be convinced. Eiteljorg & Moore DENTISTS Corner East Market Street and Circle. Ground Floor. Lady Attendant.