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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1910.
PAGE FJVIS Edited by Miss Elizabeth P. Thomas RETURNED HOME. ... mm M A A If a mmm raisma-n aa ana main a.nu on . ni ttaur Widsdorf, who have been visit ing In Niagara. Buffalo. ' Toronto. Cleveland and Columbus, returned home yesterday. .... fl TO VISIT. FRIENDS. Miss Louise MlUlken of. New Cas tle will arrive today to visit Mrs. MVlliae newiiMsm -. J EXPECTED HOME. Miss Bessie Burr, who has been in the west for some time li expected home soon. j J AT CAMBRIDGE CITY. Miss Nellie Wood, of Richmond, and Miss Marie Griffith of Muncle are vis King Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marson at Cambridge City. j$ Jt i A REUNION HELD. The Wtaltely family reunion was held yesterday at Jackson Park at In dianapolis. The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Delia Morrison or Darlington; secretary treasurer. Miss Jennie Hussey of Mil ton. Talks were given by Mr. Sylves ter Johnson of Irvington, who Is eighty-nine years old, and Rev. Charles Whltely of the Friends' church at Car thage. j . TWO MONTHS' VISIT. Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Duncan, of In dianapolis have returned from a two months' visit to Kagawan. Canada. Mrs. Duncan was formerly Mrs. Pearl Hayes of Richmond. ji Ji . RETURNED YESTERDAY. Miss Mary Runyan or Columbus, O., who had been the guest of Miss Jes sie Cronln for a number or days, re turned to her home yesterday. While here several social functions were giv en In her honor. ail Jl JS ! AN ANNUAL REUNION. . The seventh annual reunion of the Rlchcy family will be held at the Riv erside park. Muncle. September '4th. All relatives are Invited to attend, js JS . AT CHAUTAUQUA. Mrs. Charles Warfel of Indianapolis Is the guest of Mrs. Edward Warfel. While here she will attend the Chau tauqua. j a4 ti GONE TO TOREK A, KAN. Mrs. plsra Crampton has gone to To peka. Kan., to visit Mrs. Charles Vore. jl jl 1 VISITED RELATIVES. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Kama have re turned from a visit with relatives In various Indiana cities. jl j JS RETURNS FROM ANDERSON- r Messrs. Charles Buell. Edward Scott, Richard Sedgwick, Edward Wlcke meyer and Harold Myers have re turned from Anderson where they at tended a dance given by the Beta Phi Plgraa fraternity. r ARRIVED YESTERDAY. Mrs. N. K. overman, Airs. u. a. At kinson and Miss Ines Mendenhall ar rived home after a two months' stay rt Elgin, Ore.; Seattle, and other west ern points. js ' Jl JS ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT. Mr. and Mrs. John Hasecoster In formally announce the engagement of their daughter. Pearl, to Mr. Walter W. Fowler, of Omaha. Neb. The wed ding will take place the early part of October. , j JS j3 TO ATTEND WEDDING. Mr. Orville Branson and Mr. Ru pert Stanley will go to Rushvllle to day to attend the wedding of Mr, Rnfus Allen and Miss Rena Stone, at four o'clock this afternoon. The wed ding will be quiet, only the Intimate friends of the bride and groom being present This Is the culmination of a romance begun during college days Tone un tne rat VJhew If Shows Unit women suffer much humiliation teouo ot (rest quantities of fa t. so located that, no matter how they dress, everybody sees that they are abnormal. This la the Ur ot tlie slender figure. mii' fat women aro simply not tolerated e'lher In buslnens or .octal affairs. Women may not know - It. but men when they see a fat woman paaa them n the atreet make all manner of vm- . nat hello remarks about her. They do not mean to bo unkind or to seem un man lv, but It I natural for a man to .lietlke fat on a woman. Where fat shows the moat there la where It muat r removed, and a quickly as poaaible. The ht weather dre.ee seem to be rwxltt for ino rat woman a nii.ery ana 1 at... alnn.lor wiMuau'a riellKht. Thev Ft. ' itofe all the rhurnm ol woman and her titrlineea as well. Kxerrlae and diet will not ret.iove fat. This haa been proved. Tr.e rmou Marmoia pre- itrrlntlon which haa mrt with auch phe nomenal auo-eaa and haa ao many of our aiM-lety wosien its Ita aronora. la rttvt beina eold in tablet form to meet the demand of t! public tor this style of treatment. in" nine lanieia mo .!.. vour svatem Juat like food. They ' stop the atomft'-U and dlaestlvs appa t ... from rtrodurlna tat and reduce the tat u:on the body at tne rate of from It l 1 ounces a day. They aro harmless and ran be carried In your a.il taken even after rou have Indulced in a hearty meal away from rh are nulil at all dm stores at 1 esnts a case. ir If yon prefer yot may write the Marrrtola Company, 5i iyarmr,0'.dg.. Dcuoit, Mich. C 'l at Earlham. Mr. Brunson will act as best man. Mr. Allen is the treaa - - . . wnlin' of the Florae Manu-. facturlng company of Anderson. j j . WERE IN GREENVILLE. Misses Gertie and Hilda Cook and I Fredla and Martha Benfeldt have re-j iiinixi hvme, after a nleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Denbner and family or Greenville. O. J J J ATTEND ANNIVERSARY. Mr. B. B. Johnson has gone to Ko komo to attend the anniversary cele bration of the wedding of Dr. and Mrs. Moulder. jl jl i AT THE CHAUTAUQUA. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson and Misa Virginia Worell of Cambridge City are tenting at the Chautauqua. jl jl jl HAS RETURNED HOME. Miss Mary Stonne and Miss Cath erine Scheleny who' have been visit ing Mrs. Catherine Stonne have re turned to their home in Cincinnati, jl jl NORTH RUP-BRADFORT. The wedding of Mr. Everett L. Northrup and Mrs. Ethel Edna Gel linger Bradfort took place Jast even ing at the home of the groom's fath er. Mr. I Northrup at eight o'clock. Only relatives were present, JS JS JS EADLERDUNN. The wedding of Mr. Geo. Eadler and Miss Dunn took place last evening at the home of Mr. Eadler. Dinner was served at the home of Mr. I North rup. Rev. L. B. Jones performed the ceremony. ' jl jl ji IS AT HOME. Rev. Lyons Is home from his vaca tion and will occupy his pulpit next Sunday morning. Tonight he speaks at the centennial anniversary of the congregation of Princeton, Gibson County, Ind.. jl jl jl INVITATIONS ISSUED. The following invitations are out: Mr. and Mrs. Perry L. Freeman will give in marriage their daughter Hazel Jane to 1 Mr. William Barron Kerkam Wednesday evening. September 14, 1910 at half after six ' Richmond, Indiana. The honor of your presence is re quested. At Home after November First at The Russell, Washington, D. C. jt . . TO ATTEND CHAUTAUQUA. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boyd and son of Carthage. Mo., are here attending the Chautauqua. While here they will visit Mr. Boyd's mother, Mrs. Bes sie T. Boyd at her home on National avenue. j jl jl IN HAMILTON. Mr. Carl Maag is visiting friends and relatives In Hamilton for a few days. j J A CARD PARTY. There will be a card party at the Country club this afternoon at three o'clock. All members are invited. jl ,4 ji ARRIVE IN TOWN. Miss Imogene Mllliken of New Cas tle is visiting Miss Marie Kaufman. Jl Jl Jl WILL LEAVE FRIDAY. Messrs. Rodney and Kenneth Foulke will leave Friday for Piqua, O., to visit relatives, making the trip by automobile with their uncle, Mr. Africa. , of Huntington Pa. Mrs. Foulke has been the guest ot relatives in Piqua for the past week. jl jl jl RETURNED MONDAY. Carl Maag, who has been Nottawa, Michigan, returned home Monday. j jl jB ANNUAL DELTA PICNIC. The members of the Delta Theta Tau sorority will hold their annual sorority picnic soon at Westslde park. These affairs are always the most pleasant of any of their many parties during the year. Muncle Star. jt jl jl RETURNED HOME. Misa Ruth E. Gilchrist who has been visiting friends at Bloomington, Ind:, and also in Indianapolis returned home yesterday.- Miss Gilchrist leaves today for Pittsburg to visit friends and relatives. ja jt jt FOR MRS. HARDEN. Mrs. Frank Noblett entertained last evening at her home In South Ninth street in honor of Mrs. Will Harden of Elwood, Ind. The guests were en tertained with music furnished by Miss Marjorie Stigclman and Mr. Le roy Lacey. jl jl jl TO ENTERTAIN TONIGHT. Mrs. John Lott will entertain with a card party this evening at her home In South Eighth street in honor of Mrs. Will Harden of Elwood, Ind. jt jl jl GOES TO LIMA. Mr. Ray Miller will leave soon for Lima, Ohio. .1 jl Jl THE BOND REUNION. The thirty-second annual reunion of the Bond family will be held at Jack son park, Tuesday. September sixth. Jl Jl . RETURNED HOME. The Misses Lila -Morgan, Nettle Paulson, Jeannette Von Peln and Hil da Von Pein have ' returned from Crooked Lake to their home south of the city. :" - js j . ATTENDING CHAUTAUQUA.. Miss Elizabeth Townsend Is spend ing her vacation at the Chautauqua. Jt jt-jt.' IS VISITOR HERE. Miss Mary Seaman of Hamilton. Indian, la visiting friends in the city, and also attending Chautauqua, j J J GO TO HAMILTON. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Kennedy and family have returned to their home in Hamilton after visiting friends and relatives. ' j : j$ . -SPEND SUNDAY HERE. . Mr. Mark Trook and Gagel Cooper f Indianapolis will be guests of Miss Malsby of the Wayne flats on """""J o - MR. AND MRS. JUD80N HOME Mr. and Mrs. James Judson and family have returned from a two months' visit with friends and rela- iuves in v-nicago. j v . ENTERTAINED LAST NIGHT. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Heins entertain ed at their pretty flat in South Sixth street last evening in honor of Mrs. Will Halting of Elwood, Ind. PLAYS AND PLAYERS Lucy Weston is to replace Nora Bayes in "The Jolly Bachelors. "The Round Up" is to begin its fourth season In Boston Labor Day. Fifty children are to appear In the New theater's production of "Blue Bird." Preston Gibson has written a play called "Drifting," which has only three characters. Constance Collier the English act ress, is to appear in this country un der the direction of Charles Frohman. Edgar Denvir is the author of the little skit "Dying to Act." in which Cross and Josephine will be seen shortly. The Shuberts have accepted for early production a play by Constance Skiner, a newspaper writer of Chi cago. ' Julian Eltinge Is to make a farewell tour in vaudeville. On its conclusion he will be a star on the legitimate stage. Robert Milliard is shortly to begin another tour in "A Fool There Was." E. D. Prince will be his business man ager. Cecil Spooner is to star this sea son in "The Fortunes of Betty," under the direction of the Blaney-Spooner company. Frank Mayo, the grandson of the famous American actor of that name. is now playing with success in "The White Man," in London. Lieut Robert Eldrige was in the Philippine division of the U. S. army until he resigned to accept tempting vaudeville engagements. Comedian Charlie Olcott has con cocted a "Comic Opera in Ten min utes," which he presents and which actually lasts only ten minutes. Robert Loraine, the actor who is winning fame as an aviator, is to be one of the contestants in the pro posed flight from New York to Chi cago. " Kitty Mason of the London Gaiety theater, a famous dancer at that fam ous place .will be seen in this country the coming season in "Our .Miss Gibbs." , "The Pied Piper" by Mrs. Joseph ine Preston Peabody, the prize play selected for the Bensonian season at Strat ford-on-A von, has been very suc cessful. cnaries Frohman intends to pro duce "Inconstant George" in London with Charles Hawtrey In the same role which John rDeW assumed in this country. Fred Terry, the English actor, will come to New York in October with his wife, Julia NeilBon, to play a ten weeks engagement. They will bring their own company. George Ade has Just finished a three act comedy for William H. Crane, en titled "U. S. Minister Jackson." The minister of the play is accredited to a South American republic, and with tne happenings of the unexpected In those regions, combined with the Ade brand of humor, the cqmedian ought to have some good, entertaining com edy to succeed "Father and the Boys. HOLD a common (American News Service.) Atlanta, Ga - Sept. 1. The demo cratic state convention was called to order at noon today in the Auditorium Armory. The convention will adopt a platform and ratify the results of the recent state primary. ' NICE HAIR FOR ALL. Once Destroy the Dandruff Germ, and Hair Grows Luxuriantly. Any one can have nice hair if he or she has not dandruff, which causes brittle, dry hair, falling hair and bald ncss. To cure. dandruff it is necessary to kill the germ that. causes it, and that is just what Newbro's Herpicide docs. Cornelius Grew, Colfax, Wash.. says: One bottle of Newbro's Herpicide completely cured me of dandruff which was very thick; and it has stopped my hair from falling out." It makes hair soft and glossy as silk; delightful odor, and refreshing hair dressing. It per mits the hair to grow abundantly, and kills the dandruff germ. Sold by lead Ing druggists. Send 10c In stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co, Detroit, Mirh. One dollar bottles guaranteed. A. G. Luken & Co.. Special Agents. The Flower Shop INS Usla SL Pbese It) FIslE INSURANCE HftOLLENBEaC f Rnom UNDER STRICT LAV IS POLL TAKING " -'"n"ii mm Democratic and Republican Parties Will Begin Tasks in a Few Days. WORK WILL COST $180,000 SEVERE PENALTIES MAY BE IM POSED FOR GIVING FALSE IN FORMATION COMPLETE WORK SEPT. 8TH. Indianapolis, Sept. 1. Within the next few days the democrats and re publicans of Indiana will be engaged in the big task of taking a poll of- the voters of the state. And it is a big job. too. There are between 3.300 and 3,400 voting precincts in the state. Some are large precincts witha heavy vote, while others are small with a light vote, but when the poll is taken it is the purpose to enumerate every man in the state that is eligible to suffrage at the coming state election. From one to five men are required to take the poll of a precinct, the num ber depending on thearea to be cover ed and the number of voters in, the precinct. It is believed safe to say that the number of poll tars requir, ed will average three men to the pre cinct. This means that something like ten thousand men will be em ployed by each of the two great par ties in the poll taking. These men receive all the way from )2 to $5 a day each for this work, the average being probably $3 a day. ' Thus the twenty thousand men em ployed at' this work by the two par ties will receive approximately $60,000 a day in wages. On an average it will take three days to complete the poll of a precinct. Thus, the poll taking proves to be an expensive work, for it means that the total cost to the two parties will reach $180,000 for wages alone. Each party will have to use about ten thousand poll books, costing about $1,000. The greater part of the ex pense for the poll books is borne by the state committee, but the -wages of the poll takers are paid by the local organizations. .. - . In some of the counties, especially such as Lake, SL Joseph, Marion and Vigo, in which there is a heavy for eign population, it is necessary for the local committee to employ poll tak ers who can Bpeak the language of the foreigners. The native American would easily become lost in the maze of jaw breaking names with which be would be confronted in such com munities. In some places there are Hungarians, . Bulgarians; Servians, Macedonians, Turks and a good many other nationalities. In such cases it is necessary to have a poll taker for each nationality to get an accurate list of the' voters. The poll taking must be completed by September, 8, which will be sixty days prior to the election on Novem ber 8. Another poll, the thirty dav poll, will be taken early . In October, but this will not be as big a job as the sixty day poll. The thirty day poll is more for the purpose of correcting mistakes and revising the lists to cover the removals and newcomers in the precincts than for anything else. The law covering the taking of the poll is as strict 'as any other part of the election laws of the state. It not only binds the poll taker to obtain accurate and truthful information and make true lists of the voters, but it also provides severe penalties for persons that refuse to give truthful information or thai deceive the poll taker with false information. Sectiqn 3T of the election law of 1897 is as fol lows: , It shall be the duty of every person to whom application is made for in formation in regard to such poll, fur nish to the poll taker, upon the exhib ition of such certificate, all informa tion in the possession of such person Get Measured Now For Cut New. Tailcr-Uxie Scitxl Woolley's, 918 Main Big Reductions In Well Papers For the Next 30 Days ThcWaU ' Paper Store Phone 2201. 504 Main St. ..HOT Weather Is a sure sign that your horse needs a cool feed. UBIKA is the one highest In protein and lowest in Fiber and Heat of any feed on the market. Ricbsocd Feed Store 11-13 N. Mb Fbone 21S KINGS of all kinds, sizes and descriptions . for men. women, children and babies. Many years j of diamond experience. . , 4j FRED KENNEDY ; e The New Jeweler. 526 Main St. I , to whom application is made with re I gard- to the names, residences and oth i er qualifications in regard to voting of ' any and every person within , such district, county, town, township, mu , nicipality. ward or precinct; and it j shall be the dutj of every proprietor lor manager of every boarding house, restaurant, hotel, building or other place, within which such persons are lodged, to obtain a complete and ac curate list of all legal voters domiciled in such bonrd'jns house, lx!gn bouse hotel or other place, riot !ss than -tetsty days prior to each election, ! which" lst shall state the name, see. ; home today. The bride's only attend ! execration." placer. .of',. fcas?tteea and Unt -was - Miss Virginia Tarker. who n?ac of previous . residence, with : length of residence in the state, conn- ty, township, preclrct and word, of 1 each person named thereon, and such list shall be retained bv auch owner i or manager of such boarding house. lodging .house, hotel or other building for a period of not less than forty days thereafter, and upon application shall be submitted to the inspection of each and every poll taker who may demand the same. Every person who shall violate the provisions of this sec- tion may be fined In any sum not less than SI nor more $25, to which may be added imprisonment in the county jail or workhouse for a period not exceed ing ten days. Section 39 of the law reads' as fol lows: Any person who shall withhold any information in his or her possession from any poll taker with regard to the qualifications of any voter or voters or other person or persons not enti tled to vote, upon the demand of such ppll taker, shall be fined in any sum not less than one nor more than $25 to which may be added Imprisonment not exceeding thirty days. False Information Penalty. On the subject ot deceiving a poll taker Section 40 says: Every person who shall knowingly furnish to any poll taker any false information with regard to the quali fications of any person or persons for voting, or shall knowingly return to such poll taker as voters any false names, or the names of any persons who are dead or are not voters, shall be fined in any sum not less than one nor more than twenty-five dollars, to which may be added imprisonment In the county jail for a period not ex ceeding six months. Section 41 requires the poll taker to return truthful information. It says: Every poll taker who shall know ingly return the name of any person who is not entitled to vote in the pre cinct or district for which such poll is taken at the election immediately ensuing, or any fictitious name, or the name of any dead person, : shall be fined in any sum not less than ten nor more .than five hundred dollars, to which may be added Imprisonment in the county jail or workhouse for a period not exceeding six months. Dr. G. A. Mottier will be at 500 8. 11th SL, Friday, Aug. 26. 31-2t ; Don't suffer this season. ..... " . . Let us show you the merits of the Vapor-or Treatment No. 7, especially , prepared for Hay Fever. ' We guarantee it to be abso lutely' harmless and free from Injurious drugs, also to give you relief or refund the money. ' LEO H. FIHE'S PHARMACY HAY FEVER! - Summer thatch Sale - Bargains such as we offer in standard makes of Watches are not to be ignored. The saving is sure and certain as you will readily see by comparison $2.00 to $5.00 cannot be earned easier than buying a goo6 watch here and now. 0 size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case ........ 5 , 0.50 0 size Elgin movement, 25-yr. case . ....$ ,00 0 size Elgin movement, 15 jewel, 25-yr. case $14,00 12-size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case ... ...$ 0s50 16-size Elgin movement, 20-yr. case $ 9,50 O. E. Dickinson, Jeweler. Established 1851 PURE CIDER VINEGAR TOR PICKUNGT If yon want your pickles to keep, use none but the besL Also Pure.' wnoie spices mat are rresn; Horseradish Root, Etc. Phone 2292. H. G. HADLEY, GROCER. 1033 Main JORDAN. M'MANUS & DLANCHARD 2 FUNERAL DIRECTORS & EMBALMERS Automobile Service for Calls Out of City. Private Chapel and Ambu lance. Telephone 2175. Parlors 1014 Main Street. Any kind of a cut in choice beef, veal, pork or lamb. Swift's premium hams and bacon. Boiled hams, sau sages and lard, our own make. Pressed ham, minced ham and largest and choicest lot of salted and cured meats in the city. Any kind of beef, veal or pork for . vea! loaves, prepared. Hamburger at all times in stock. Chickens by the hundred on hand to fry, stew or roast. Three phones 1084, 1630, 2201. Free and prompt delivery. Schwegman'o liffeat rviarlict MILITARY MARRIAGE (American News Service.) Chicago, Sept. 1. Military uniforms and floral decorations in the national colors lent brilliancy and a distinct ive character to the wedding of Miss Flodele Wintersmith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bayless Wintersmith of Lake avenue, this city, and Lieut- enant Allen Rlchlacd Edwards, U. S. wmcn took ptace at .tne bride s acted as maid of honor. Lieut Harry D- Chamberlain, U. S. A, who acted best man, and the bridegroom him- e" appeared in full dress uniform, Only relatives and close friends of the two families were present at the ceremony which was followed by a reception. " All AUTOMOBILE LAW (American News Service.) Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 1. Georgia's first automobile law. enacted at the last' session of the legislature, went Into operation today, The law re quires state registration of all motor vehicles and includes rules to govern the conduct of drivers, the equipment or machines with lights and numer ous other provisions. Non-resident automobile owners are not to be sub ject to the registration provision until after thirty days stay In , the state, providing they have complied with all the automobile regulations of their home states. Asthma ! Asthma! POPHAM'S ASTHMA REMEDY gives instant relief and an absolute cure in all cases of Asthma, Bronchitis, and Hay Fever. Sold by druggists : mail on receipt ot price f i.oo. lTial Package by mall 10 cents. WILLIAMS MFC CO.. Pre., develaad. Ohie nor sate oy i. . Mcuouneu. IPS CD EDAM At Cftaufauqiia Take your camp and friends home by the Kodak route you will then have a pleasant reminder, this winter of your summer pleasures. KODAK your camp at nteht it's easy. All you need is a Flash Sheet or Flash Cartridge we have them. If you have never tried Flashlight work come in and we will tell you how. Film, Plates and Paper al ways fresh. Let us do your finishing our department is in the hands of experts. W. H. Ross Drca Co. 804 Mala St. mm ForWhatYoufel It is Waiting Fcr Yea Out ol the Ordinary Chemicals and Other Thiao s Our stores are not large. but the stocks are new. Ar ticles of merit find a place on the shelves and the old and proven staples are always here, as well as everything else that any well regulated drug store ought to carry., but : doesn't, all of which means sa a a .-... and it is always as fresh and good as the maker intended worth considering, surely. Just as little as we can take, often Ipss than manv a stnr charges. You are benefited by such a policy, and so are we for the business is con stantly growing and this wholesome appreciation spurs us on xp greater enaeavor. as a .. A . . BB . '.' " ' sample of the prices that have made our success we quote the following. Equally good prices on the articles you want but don't See here: Peroxide of Hydrogen i b.f for 10s; Prophylactic Tooth Brush- ' ; : es zoo wiicn nazei, i pi. ...... coq Colgate's Ribbon Tooth Paste, 25c size ......20c Swamp Root, $1.00 size. -COo , Swamp Root. 50c size. . .Cs ; Pape's Diapepsin, 50c size at 03 S. S. S., $1.00 size .... . -C0c S. S. S., $1.75 size .-.-$1X0 - Castoria, 35c size 25c Hand Remedies 25c size. .20s Good Hair Soap, 25c size, 203. ; Foley's Kidney "Pills , cr Liquid, $1.00 size..... C03 - Foley's ; Kidney Pills or Liquid, 50c size .40: , OlMI l DaHAIN 1 1 fmf 2a1 . hi i ii i r r:iiAii . .aa -IMS rz . Syrup Pepsin, 50c size.. . 40s. ; AnlinhlAnieliita 1 OR eiv at ....51.03 Antinhlnnifitin 7Rft 17 . nniiaiipiwyiwtHivi . . www at .....C03 Antiohlogistine, 50c size at .40c Malena Pills, 25c size ...20s uaner s mis, isc sue...us Porous Plasters, list 25c, mnftllti ;''':'1Ce Colgate's Talcum, 25c size cat .'............. . vw . Meuiieii a i euuuiii, cvu sues at -15c Paraff kie Wax, 1 lb. ..... 10c Paine's Celery Compound, $1.00 size .COs Syrup Figs, 50c size 40c Listerine 20c, 40c, COs Danderine 20c, 40c, COs Bromo Seltzer ......... ..10c, 20c, 40c, COc ... . Where the real saving comes in in drug store purchases Is 1 in the little things you buy ov er the drug and sundries coun ter every week of ; your life.; You want to have value in them as well as value in your dollar purchase, we give you real value in the things you buy every day. Remember Tklzz , Asli For What it is nsaE! Oasdcifa 821 ti. B SI.