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OLD HICKORIES
MEETING TODAY
Intensive Campaign Plans
Are to Be Made.
Thomas D. McGee, Thomas Meeker,
John W. Holtzman and Henry Rpaan
will be the speakers at a meeting of the
Old Hickory Club tonight at 8:80 o'clock,
in the Denison Hotel dining room.
Plans for aggressive work during the
next four weeks will be made at the
meeting, which will include aa informal
get-together discussion following ihe
speeches.
Mr. Meeker, who is treasurer of the
club, said intensive campaign work be
fore the election is planned.
The meeting will be tbe third which
has been held during the last month.
Growing enthusiasm has marked each
meeting and, according to those in charge
of the arrangements, the largest crowd
so far is expected to turn ont.
New members, men and women, will
attend.
The present officers of the organization
are: Thomas D. McGee, president; George
Brown, secretary, and Thomas Meeker,
treasurer.
Expert Says Danger
of Hessian Fly Past
Special to The Times.
SHKLBYVILLE, Ind.. Rept. 29.—H. C.
Painter, the Government man placed iu
this county to determine the best time
to sow wheat, has found that the danger
of Hessian fly is about over.
He states that recent rains have caused
the fly to hatch so rapidly that he be
lieves that it will be safe to begin whea?
seeding Oct. 1.
The wheat that has been used on the
three test plots in the county has been
covered each day for several days past
with the eggs of the Hessian fly.
It is estimated that the results of this
test will mean a saving of over SIOO,OOO
to Rhelby County wheat growers on
the 1021 crop.
White Man’s Colored
Wife Claims Body
Special to The Times.
LA PORTE, Ind., Sept. 20.—The body
of John McFarland, who was shot and
killed by railroad detectives near Por
ter, was shipped to Chicago Tuesday,
when Mrs. Anna McFarland, uegress. of
Chicago, who asserts she was McFar
land's wife, paid the undertaker's bill
and took possession of the body.
Wife No. 2, a white woman, who was
with McFarland when he was killed,
stated tc. vi.old not return to her home
at Mars null, Mich., because she could
not live there following the exposure of
McFarland's duplicity.
At Forty Age Begins To Take
Its Toll From Our Vision
IT’S JUST nature's way of telling us that we need glasses or better glasses.
While there are many who prefer glasses just for reading sewing, or
other close work, there are others who require them constantly. For what
ever purpose you may desire them, you will find the correct glasses to meet
your individual need at the Optical Department of the Win. 11. Block Com
pany.
KRYP T O K
THE IDEAL NEAE AND FAE VISION GLASSES
T7' RYPTOK GLASSES give all the comfort and convenience of having
near and far vision in one pair of glasses. Yet, unlike the ordinary
bifocal, other people can not tell Kryptoks from single vision glasses be
cause they are absolutely free from the conspicuous line, seam or hump
which blemishes all other bifocals. Once you wear a pair of Kryptoks,
you will never want to change hack to the old-fashion bifocals.
l-=E£::— :■—
All glasses guaranteed. If lenses need changing during the
first six months, we make no charge for changing.
Dr. J. E. Kernel, in Charge Optical Department
THE Wm. H. BLOCK CO.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
Can Vou Beat It?
PURE CANE AMERICAN STANDARD
25 lbs. Domino, <IjQ Oft 10 lbs. Domino, Kfr-fl F"P9
cloth bag |~ cloth bag 3) .!.•*$ £
PURE LARD Mo. 10 Pail VeV . . $2.05
| Our Special Blend Coffee s Jft L . . . 22c I
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
245 East Washington St.
DRAWS STIFF FINE
IN BOOZE CASE
Fred Heier Assessed SSOO With
Farm Sentence.
Fred Heier, proprietor of the Heier
Hotel, Pearl and New Jersey streets, was
found guilty of operating a blind tiger
by a jury in Criminal Court today.
The jury fixrd his fine at SSOO and
added imprisonment at the State Penal
Farm for sixty days.
Heier was accused of having 100 quarts
of whisky in his possession.
He has just completed serving a Fed
eral sentence of six months on a prohi
bition law violation charge.
Fred Bonlfield. attorney for Heier. in
dictated the ease would be appealed.
Club Plan Creates
Interest in Battery A
The plan of forming an athletic club
ont of members is serving to increase
enlistments in the famous old Battery A
of the Ist Regiment. Field artNlery, In
diana National Guard materially, offi
cers annouced yesterday.
The outfit is being reorganized at the
armory at Sixteenth street and Senate
avenue, enlistments being received from
7 to 3 o’clock each evening.
The battery will be motorized by the
War Department as soon as at least
fifty members are enrolled anil a supply
of athletic equipment Is on hand ready
for use.
National guardsmen receive pay which
equals one-fourth of that of the regu
lar army, which, in the case of a pri
vate Is $7.50 per month and this Is
serving as an added incentive for en
listment, officers state.
Masonic Candidates
Housed in Pullmans
ni to The Times.
SOUTH BEND. Ind., Reps. 29.—A spe
cial train of Pullman ears has been re
•ainc.l for Oct. 6. 7 and 8 by 226 South
Bend candidates for Rcottish Rite Ma
sonic degreees from the fourth to the
thirty-second, inclusive.
The cars will be used as lodging quar
ters in Ft. Wayne by the delegation, the
largest class ever organised here.
The Consistory of the Valley of Ft.
Wayne, assisted by the South Bend
Twenty-Fourth Degree team, will con
duct the work.
A banquet will be served In Ft. Wayne,
Oct. 7, to the class and 200 other South
Bend Masons in honor of William 11.
Swintz. recently made grand secretary of
the Indiana Grand Lodge.
Jealousy Cause
of Fatal Shooting
Special to The Times.
RICHMOND, Ind.. Sept. 29. Amos
Carpenter, 29 colored Janitor of a church
here, was shot and killed by Emir E.
Fackson, 29, here Tuesday night.
• • .<-nter was walking with Mrs.
Fackson, when the husband met them.
After hurling his wife aside. Fackson
shot Carpenter three times, one bullet
entering tbe forehead, the others pene
rating the breast. •
He was dead when the police arrlvii!
Jealousy is said to be the cause of
the shooting.
DOG HILL PARAGRAFS |
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OliSSfcl
Clab Hancock was seen going down the
road this morning with a sack of young
kittens, whose destination was wholly
unknown. All of them except one beat
him back home.
Ellick Helwunger hud added two more
strings to Ills, fiddle, and can now furnish
a variety of trues and can play twice as
well.
Jefferson Potlocks reports that he read
in the paper a few days ago where some
body held an old-fashioned dance, where
everybody was required to dance nice.
Muncie Girl Sues;
Honeymoon Brief
Special to The Times.
MUNCIE, Ind.. Sept. 29.—Mrs. Bessie
Friedman Nathan, 18. daughter of a
Muncie i-apitalist. who was secretly
married recently to Harris M. Nathan at
Atlantic City, N. J., has filed suit here
for divorce.
Nathan is now under bond, provided
by his father-in-law after he had been
arrested in Detroit, while on his honey
moon on a charge of grand larceny pre
ferred by an Indianapolis clothing con
cern.
He Is alleged to have purchased cloth
ing valued at $2,000 ami charged the
purchase to his father-in-law, who re
fused to pay the bill.
Mrs. Nathan's complaint for divorce
charges non-support.
Noblesville Horse
Show Opens Today
Special to The Times.
NOBLESVILLE, Ind.. Sept. 29.—The
Noblesville horse show opened today and
will continue the remainder of the
Eight counties in centitl Indiana have
entries in the horse, cattle ami hog tie
part merits.
(•* of the feiture* o' the four days'
ahow will hi' an Industrial parade to j
morrow afternoon.
Good Lock Oleomargarine—Glosshrenner’s
INDIANA DAILY TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1920.
REPORT MEXICAN
LEADER MISSING
Officials Doubtful cf Fate of
Colonel Diaz.
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 29.—C01. Felix P.
l)inz, nephew of the late President Por-
I lorio Diaz, stormy petrel of Mexican poll
tics and leader of one of the "eounter
revolutions’’ that followed the overthrow
of the Carranza regime, has mysteriously
I disappeared.
Officials ot Ihe government admitted
today that they did not know the where
| abouts of Colonel Diaz.
J They said they did not know whether
■ he was living, but had heard reports that
l he was dead.
i There have been persistent reports of
■ late that Col. Diaz, with 200 followers,
was encamped iu the State of Vera Cruz,
' and that he was trying to negotiate am
nesty for himself so that he could return
j to the pursuits of peace.
There is no confirmation of these re
i ports.
interurban Lines
Get Freightjncrease
! The public service commission has au
t thorizad interitrbans operating In Indiana
1 to make a 331-3 per cent increase on
freight rates, effective on one day’s n
j lice, not earlier than Oct. 1.
This is in conformity with a similar in
j crease granted the steam railroads.
The commission denied tbe interurban
[ company's petitions for increased passen
ger. baggage, milk aufi cream rates the
! sti "< ns It did iu the case of the steatu
; carriers.
! f i af>se companies, however, which wer.
■ not authorized previously to charge a 3-
eent passenger fare we-e authorized to
do so In the order.
o>l Men Lease Land
in Hamilton County
Special to The Times.
j NOBLESVILLE, Ind., Sept. 29.—Two
thousand acres of land In the western
part of Hamilton County have been leased
to Arthur H. Becker of Indianapolis, as
trustee, for the purpose of drilling for
gas and oil.
It Is understood that Arthur Robinaon,
an Indianapolis attorney, and Fred 81ms,
a member of the State tax board, are In
terested in tbe company which Becker
represents.
A survey of this county was made re
cently and It is said that the engineers
expressed the belief that zinc ore could
lie found In valuable deposits.
It is understood that the new company
• • prospect tn tbe near future for line
Ore.
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Refreshing and Healtaf
Jrf * Laliao—Murine for R£
'kr ■ nes8 > Soreness, Grant*
YfIUR EVESbu'™^
2 I Ida; “2 Dropa” After the Movie*. Motoring
or Golf will win your confidence. Ask your Drua*
Kt for Murine when your Eye* Need Care.
u.rlne £jr Remedy Cos., Uihgf
Fall Coats,
Suits, Cresses
All women
are invited
i 10 t the
A tW. smartest of
1 Fall clothes
V/ r/A at Mentor’s.
A small
yfv J first pay
l \ . ment gives
Syott posses
sion of the
clothes.
The loveli
est gar
ments from
New York
are here.
And don’t
forget that
there are
some real
hats tn our
m ill!nery
departmen t
—42 stores
w e 1 c o me.
Free alter
ations.
READ MEVTEK'S TERMS
■fC.OO down and *'-’OO a wrk on
a purcnase of $30.00. On pur
chato** of 00, Vo, 100 or 150
dollars liberal terms will be
cheerfully arranged. People
living in suburban towns are
iuvllod.
We Do As We Advertise
111 South Illinois St.
ICntirc First and Second Floors.
Upon Saturday Niuhl Until 9
O'clock. Accounts With Ont-of-
Towii Customers Gladly Opened.
Jntieoo
C/*3rar
•TIMMAMA ■jP*
{i'KNN. AND WASH. STS.
MADISON AND BAT.
FOUNTAIN SQUABS.
WANTED-WASTE PAPER
Special Service to Residences, Schools,
Churches anil Charitable Organizations.
VWE PAY CASH
AMERICAN PAPER STOCK CO.
Main 60M.
6REER-HANKINS LBR. CO.
Appllers and Retailers
VULCANITE ASPHALT SHIMSLE3
find ROLL ROOFINQ
624 MASS. AVB.
Main 147. Phones. Auto. 33-213.
..
The Wrm? Choice is Costly
Not to yur pocketbook perhaps, but to your pride
SOONER or later you will want a phonograph.
Don’t let the lure of “easy terms” lead you
into a regrettable mistake. You aren’t buying
terms; you're buying tone. In any phonograph,
tone is the main point to be considered. For tone,
the Sonora phonograph won highest score oyer
all competitors at the Panama Pacific Exposition.
(Os course, you may have terms on a Sonora, but
we don’t want that factor to influence your
choice.)
WHEN you play a record on the Sonora—and It
plays ALL MAKES —you get a reproduction
absolutely truthful and wondrously clear and dis
tinct. There Is comparatively no needle noise or
motor grinding when Sonora plays.
YOU will never need to make excuses to your
friends if yovr phonograph Is a Sonora.
Sonora owners are Justly proud. They know they
have tbe Highest Class Talking Machine in the
World.
C l I A t A* A lilt 2L
£goncsr|\
Let Us Give You A Demonstration
We know that your ear will
make the right decision.
Period Models, $350-$2 500
Upright Models, S9O-$450
Convenient Terms.
Charles Mayer & Cos.
29-31 W. Washington St.
Established 1840.
WRIST WATCH
$15.00 to 1500-50
The most beautiful assortment ever received Is now on sale at
prices to please all.
FLETCHER M. NOE
103 North Illinois Street.
CLOTHING ON CREDIT
PEOPLE'S CREDIT CLOTHING CO.
4 N. PENNSYLVANIA ST. 2nd FLOOR
At Vonnegut’s
Every Day
This Week
Free Stropping!
Free Razor Blades!
and an interesting
demonstration
Stmj>pe!r
Stop in and see this wonderful
stropping device put a keen edge
on a i old blade. You will want
one for your own use. It will save
you time and money. We will
sharpen your own blade free or give
you a Gillette blade free. If you
want a Twlnplex Stropper we will
sell you one for thirty days' trial.
Vonnegut
HARDWARE COMPANY
120-124 E. Washington St.
DETROIT VAPOR STOVES
PENINSULAR STOVES
GURNEY REFRIGERATORS
CHENEY PHONOGRAPHS
For Salt by
HOO3IER OUTFITTING CO.
316-317-319 E. Washington St.
Hffl'UillHlUlinniiillttUiSfiMtUlllllllllUllliiUUiniliiSnKiillllitDtiHiuiiflltllliHliHtiifliHliii
INCANDESCENT !
LAMPS
for the long winter nights. Buy j
them at the convenient place j
THE DAYIIGHT CORNER
MERCHANTS HEAT AND !
LIGHT CO.
C. O.’B. Murphy, Gen’l. Mgr.
FURNITURE
We Treat You Right
CASH OR PAYMENTS
Little Furniture Store
211 E. Washington fit
Mending Tissue S’eSraffi
No sewing or darning. Keyatrs clothing.
•Ilk, satin, cotton goods. ?'ibbons, fabrics
•f all kinds, kid gloves, mackintoshes,
umbrella*, parasols, stockings, etc. Pack
age postpaid. IS cents, two packages, 4
cents. Address FJU4N PUBLISHING CO.,
mainvtlle. Pa.
Although we judge a
portrait mt< by its dress t A
but by Its character, we I jH
pride ourselves that y®u ImMu
always find the latest Tirl'
fancies in photographic . \*&l fkib
embellishment here.
Ninth Floor Kahn Bldg.
Lincoln Hotel
■ • '• - ' m
eOMMENCING Tuesday, Septem
ber 28th, will again put in force
its popular $1.50 Table d’Hote
Dinners every week day from
5:30 to 9 p. m., and Sunday
from 12 noon to 9 p. m. at $1.75, together
with our very high class musical entertain
ment.
The business men s luncheon
wtll continue as usual at 15c
WM. R. SECKER,
Manager.
Os Course You Desire Weak
but are you willing to pay the price?
With a little thrift you can do it. THRIFT
is a wonder worker.
Save for a home —a college education—a va
cation trip—BUT SAVE REGULARLY
AND KEEP THE HABIT GOlNG—it’s a
good one.
$1 will open an account.
We Pay 4 V 2,% on Sa
MEYER-KISER Bfl
(Ask for a budget).
Your Teeth’ll Get I
t— es you don't watch oat. A r?port.eH
eago Pally News quote* Dr. C. H.
mons surgeon, and other hospital ■■
proof that bad teeth may be the
lives and even dearb. ■
So, unless you want to be whiakedH-
Trouble and down the Valley of D<fj|
your teeth are clean and found. K o
Dentist* on your calling list. It i* afl
ment and will coat you very little.H
free leaflet on care of teeth. Dr. J.H
of Wingate, Ind., says: 38
i “The painless manner and sklU which the People’s be®
traded my teeth t well worthy of commendation. I M
quest my patients to call on them to have their mouthe cfl
THE PEOPLE’S DENIi
Sunday, 9 A. M. to 13 M. ■
38 W. Washington St. Over Gausepohl's Trß
Public Evening SciJH
Open October 4. 1920, in the following buildings: HfIHH
Schools Nos. 8. 9. 12. IS. 35. 39. 41. 43, 49, 51, 62.
House, 17. 23. 24. 26. 42, 63. 64, 64 Special. Slovenian ■HHH
Registration at Kmmerirh Manna! Training IlighBHHH
\rsenai Technical Schools. September 27. 2S, 29, 30,
Elementary Schools. October 4. vHfljHB
Classes in all regular school subjects open to all
)f age. 1
Classes in many Trade, Vocational and Homemaking subjel
ppen to those over 16. J
AH schools will be in session Monday, Wednesday and Fril
jvenings. Instruction absolutely tree. I
Full particulars at the School Board Office during busiJ
hours, or at any school during school hours. 1
E. U. GRAFF, Superintendent of School!
FUNCTIONS OF TEBj <
. There is a direct relation
vCpK molar*, or GRINDING TEETH, D
DIGESTION. Are your grinders
a /V'fflly ri ■ Y-rarl Can you chew a piece of
|f / Y in I. T>. taaffl BREAD, or a BEEFSTEAK, oM.- *4
>4 I R r ft of HARD CANDY, without ■
NXy, fife.- scions of a tender spot, a place
pains when j-ou bear on it? I .
come to Dr*. Kiteljorg A Moore and have your grinders made solid ■RjSgjra'S
IT CAN BE DONE. %#,;
EITELJ ORG & MOOREDENTi
Corner East Market Nirert and C ircle. Ground Floor. I id| Bl|S| |l ''n 7"
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Service ancTsatis^^B
fciHw TRUSS®
yak ABDOMINAL SUPPORTERS, It ?
FITTED BY EXPERT
Comp ete Line Sick Room Supplies
WM. H. ARMSTRONG CO. ;£±Hk3
M WIIT OHIO ®T.
VACUUM CLEANERS i
f Wrb FREE TRIAL EAtY PAYMENT®
HATFIELD ELECTRIC CO. I
* At TO. 23-128. MAIN IM. AUTO, 3.J ■
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