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c Why a Checking Account?
Because —
It saves time when you want to send
money by mail or to give the exact
It saves money by helping you to keep
closer track of your expenditures.
It saves worry by assuring the safety of
your money and a receipt for every bill
Our recently enlarged Checking Department is
at your service with every modern facility for
giving satisfaction.
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Capital Largest in Indiana.
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What Is Your Standing in the
Marathon of Life?
The creed of the world is the “Survival of the I' ttest."
The man or woman who Is physically or mentally incapable
to keep up with the ever onward sweep of humanity is cast I
aside and left in the road.
Every faculty, every muscle must, therefore, be in the
prime of condition to stand the strain. There is no denying
the fact that a great deal depends on your eyes. They
are the source of many human ills, such as indigestion,
nervousness and chronic headaches.
To think of Dr. J. E. Kernel, or any of his competent
associates, is to think of optometric skill and efficient service
raised to the nth degree. Any one of the hundreds of men,
women and children whom they have examined and fitted
for glasses bear witness to their ability to help you also.
Remember, however, that if medical attention is necessary,
glasses will not be recommended. Come in and let them
diagnose your case and give their advice.
State Fair Visitors
You are welcome to our free examination service and
advice.
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All glasses guaranteed. If lenses need changing
during the first six months, we make no charge for
changing.
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Dr. J. E. KERNEL
In Charge Optical Department
The Wm. H. BLOCK CO.
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[ FAIR VISITORS^
We are recognized as leaders in the line of
I! Trusses Abdominal Supporters
Deformity Braces Fracture Beds
Invalid Chairs
Full Line of Sick Room Supplies for Doctor,
Nurse and Hospitals
ESTABUSHED 1885
I Wm. H. Armstrong Cos.
The Surgical Instrument House
34 and 36 West Ohio Street
Announcement
PHYSICAL TRAINING
under correct and careful supervision
FRED W. HALL, Q. G. Instructor.
ATHENAEUM GYMNASIUM
Branch American Gymnastic Union.
Open After Sept. Bth
Corner Michigan and New Jersey. Phone—Main 1517.
A CLABS FOR ANY AGE AND EITHER SEX.
■ J
//i rt O/JC vacuum cleaners
■ FREE TR,AL easy payments
HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO.
a " AUTO. 88-123. MAIN 128. AUTO. 28-123.
BLACK SCREEN WIRE 3*£c a Square Foot
VONNEGUT HARDWARE CO>
* I*o TO 124 lAST WASHINGTON STREET
Found in Jail Yard;
Promptly Locked Up
Martha Rowe, 17, of 17 South Summit
avenue, today knows that she must not
loaf in the yard of Sheriff Robert Miller’s
Marion county jail at nights, as the
sheriff doesn't permit loafing there since
twenty-four of his prisoners walked out
of the Jail last July.
Only ten of these prisoners who cut
the bars and knocked out the one night
watchman on duty have been captured.
Miller called policemen from the head
quarters across the street, and these po
licemen arrested Mrs. Rowe last night,
placing the charge of vagrancy against
her. She had been seen in the jail yard.
Marshal Rowe, husband of Martha, is
confined in the jail following his convic
tion of child desertion.
Woman, 78, Run Down
by Street Car, Dies
Mrs. Catherine Seeley, 78, 027 Garfield
avenue, died today at the St. Francis
hospital, as the result of injuries re
ceived yesterday when she was hit by
a Shelby street ear at Raymond and
Shelby streets.
Mrs. Seeley started to cross the street
and became confused, witnesses said,
walking in front of a car in charge of
Victor Taylor, 1120 Bast Michigan street,
motorman.
Dr. C. C. Sutberlin, 2202% Shelby
street, gave first aid.
Matewan Cases Are
Continued to Jan. 19
WILLIAMSON, W. Va„ Sept. B.—Trial
of twenty-four men on charges of mur
dering seven Baldwin-Felts detectives at
| Matewan will be resumed here Jan. 19.
The state asked the continuance yes
| terday because of the absence of two
i material witnesses.
| Evergood Oleomargarine—GlossbrrnnerV
Razor Strops
—To properly sharpen a razor it
is necessary to own a good strop.
Throw away the old one and get
one of these good strops offered
at 88<*.
Aluminum Double
BOILER
_ 2-Quart
*2M
SI f i'ill. No kitchen
VII ‘ consP l ® lo
—* without
a double boiler. Here is one that
is a joy to any housewife. Good
aluminum, 2-quart capacity—for
only $2.48.
Straight Blade RAZORS
$1.63
E x e c e 1 lent ••
quality guar
antced razors. One blade. Very
good value for $1.69.
LILLY HARDWARE
COMPANY
I 114-118 E. Washington St.
I If Hear! mann
Wkkmmik
315-317-319 E. Washington St.
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\ I’ENN. AND WASH. STA
itarei ( MADISON AND HAT.
1 { EOI’NTAIN SQUARE.
; MERIDIAN AND MORRIS.
FURNITURE
We Treat You Righ t
CASH OR PAYMENTS
Little Furniture Store
211 E. Washington St.
WAHTED-WASTE PAPER
Special Service to Residences, Schools.
Churches and Charitable Organizations.
WE PAY CASH
AMERICAN PAPER STOCK CO.
Main COS*.
DETROIT VAPOR STOVES
PENINSULAR BTOVES
GURNEY REFRIGERATORS
CHENEY PHONOGRAPHB
For Sale by
HODSIER OUTFITTING CO
443-5 E. Wash.
an■riwM—i—lll mm ii sissi ummmmmmnmmmmn ,
Mending Tissue
No ewlng“r darning. Repairs clothing,
silk, satin, cotton uoda, ribbons, fabrics
ot all kinds, kid mackintoshes,
umbrellas, etc. Pack
age postpaid. 15 two packages. II
teats. Address BDISHINU CO..
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INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8,1920.
DOG HILL PARAGRAFS
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i time, tabl
Cricket Hicks is telling it around that
the Wild Onion school teacher went to
the Ticlnrille depot Jast Saturday and
when be saw all the figures on the time
table he asked the depot agent why
he didn't total them.
...
Slim Pickens has sent by the Mail
Carrier to Tkkvijle after a bunch of en
velopes. He already has a pen and ink
and has four stamps in his hat band.
It is feared he will overwrite himself.
Lest You Forget
One of the reasons why POLK'S MILK
is best, we reproduce below the sub
stance of an advertisement which
appeared in the early spring:
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tho M s!, k n i b '-h? g ni 1 ° Pasteurization
strained eight times before
being pasteurized. _ , . . „ .
Ts . .. 1 i • Pasteurization is the only
It IS tnen placed m known method to make raw milk safe,
containers (observe one of
nf The world owesquite a debt to
above) and subjected to a Pasteur, a French scientist, whose expen
heat of 140 degrees for thir- ' mentß resulted in this safeguard for milk,
ty minutes to destroy, harm- *
ful bacteria. Pasteurized milk is milk held
ru milk nffpr t 0 a ccrta * n temperature for a definite time
ITIIIK, alter j n on j er to destroy all harmful bacteria. Tt
beating, is conducted to the is then quickly chilled and kept cold in
cooler (the screen-like con- order to retain the delightful milk flavor,
trivanee in center of draw- Quite simple, isn’t it t And yet—there is
ing) which consists of a a right and a wrong way. The right way
series of pipes filled with js expensive, requiring constant supervision
ice-cold brine. I hese pipes and the expenditure of many thousands of
are glass-inclosed. The warm dollars. The right way is the Polk wav.
milk trickling over these cold
pipes is quickly cooled, and m/ n n r* /■ •.
is then carried by a pipeline Ihe / Oik C/0. / Cd/IXCS its TTlOf ul
(see pipe at lower right-hand obligation to protect in every way your health and
side of cooler) to the bottle- that of your children, and pasteurization is but one
filling machines ("see throe 0/ the many safeguardl used to preserve, protect and
round tanks in lower part of insurt thl punty t/ PoIi > s BfS( Mtli
drawing).
Sterilized bottles, frin
brought up by conveyors, Wi P H 1 'fC.
arc automatically filled, and JF j| fc. j
the caps are put on the
“S. being con- Best MILK
veyed to the cooling room Ask Your Physician,
they are ready for delivery
to you. Order by Phone. North 852; Auto. 23-331.
HHHUKK 202 S. ILLINOIS ST
ARMY GOODS SALE Merchandise
SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY
A limited amount of government inspected
BACON J n Lbs an N s e, s 3 25
New Army Heavy Duly Field and Marching Shoes, Pr. $7.85
Just received anew lot of officers’ New O. P. wool fflk New hip boots, all AA
dress shoes. Come lu and get yours. blankets, each UuU sizes, patr. 9tfUU
While they last, £l7 *7C
pair vlilv Reclaimed blankets, 7C Combination overalls, £> oyc
New U. S. Army shoes, OCT each *“• * ® < Od.l t>
light wejgbt. pair Horse blankets, RATK Reclaimed overalls and QEan
toe pair $7.50 ea ° h $4./5 jumpers, each 85C
Repaired hobnail and QtZ New O. P. wool shirts, Off Qff Field desk, GQ ffA
field shoes, pair 9mOv each 93u9 complete
QUEEN CITY SALVAGE^CO.
circle 488 202 SOUTH ILLINOIS ST.—COR. GEORGIA ST. OIBCIjIS 4flß
SPECIAL PRICES ON
Watch Bracelets
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Positively the greatest value in a quality watch we have ever
offered. These watches are very neat in design, fitted with a 15-
jewel movement and are fully guaranteed.
Plain Case * Engraved Case 16—
The FLETCHER M. NOE Jewelry Store
103 N. Illinois St., Opposite Traction Station.
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CLOTHING ON CREDIT
PEOPLE'S CREDIT CLOTHING CO.
46 N. PENNSYLVANIA ST. 2nd FLOOR
It's good butnMi for
every business man to K -A
have his photographic f
portrait mode frequently.
If every photograph were \rf E
a portrait tliere’d be no i
need for a
Ninth floor Kahn Bldg.
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This Is to YOUR Interest
We will allow you interest from Sep
tember Ist on all Savings deposits
made on or before
September 10th
at 4 V2°70
Interest periods—October 1, April 1.
You will be just in the nick of time to
take advantage of this offer—tomor
row.
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MEYER-KISER BANK
136 East Washington Street.
' ,■ ■ -r=-.r i =; ,^=e.
Open Evenings
until 9 O’clock
During This Week on Account
State Fair
Open Every Sunday Morning
Tinrc TUBES AND
I IKHiO ACCESSORIES
GUARANTEE SURt
211 and 213 South Illinois St.
The largest exclusive tire and accessory house In the state.
The X-Ray Tells the Tale
“Disorders In the heart of a tooth may be a con
stant mensce to health, continuously pouring poison
Into the blood stream. Generally this cause goes
unrecognised until the X-ray photograph telle the
The above statement by Dr. Leonard Keene Hlrmh
berg is being constantly verified by our X-ray exper
ience in thla office. Moat dental trouble can be lo
cated without the X-ray. but It la part of the service
you can get here at our usual low prices when the
case calls for such service.
“The People's Dentists extracted my teeth without pain. I do not besl
tate to say I am pleased. They deaerre praise.”—John D. McClure, 880 South
Emerson street, Indianapolis.
The PEOPLE’S DENTISTS
Sunday, 9 A. M. to 12 M. ,
88 W. Washington St. Otot Gansepohl’s Trunk Storo.
School Bags, Paints, Pen-holders
Fountain Pens at SI.OO up
Autopoint Pencils at 50 cents each
W. K. STEWART CO.
Booksellers—Stationers—Office Outfitters
—~ — :
Relief From
Pain
(finf* 9 MftflDC ls 7011 suffer from aching teeth con-
CITcLJOnG IvIUUnC suit our specialists. He will put them
DENTISTS in a healthy condition. Our modern
•SS.SS: .r. oppowd to pain.
~ SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
'
The Teachers College of Indianapolis
THE DUNNING SYSTEM
of improved Music Study for beginners, In charge of
Miss Dora M. Klepfer.
Fall term begins Wednesday, Sept. 15th.
For Information and Terms, Address
ELIZA A. BLAKER, President.
Alabama and Twenty-third Streets, Indianapolis, Ind.
Telephones: North 1904, North 795, Auto. 42-791.
i
The Jackson Kindergarten and Model School
Including the Eighth Grade
In connection with the Teachers College of Indianapolis.
First, Second, Third and Fonrth grades open on Sept. 18. Fifth, Sixth, Sev
enth and Eighth grades open on Sept. 15.
For Information and Terms, Address
ELIZA A. BLAKER, President.
Alabama and Twenty-third Streets, Indianapolis, Ind.
Telephones: North 1904, North 795, Auto. 42-791.
BOYS’ PREPARATORY SCHOOL
Rev. Dr. Owen D. Odell, Dean.
Staff of seven experienced men.
Opening Date September 21st, 9 A. M.
Description leaflet available upon request.
Address James T. Barrett, 1535 Central avenue. Telephone Circle 155% ;
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