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Wodnosdav. Nov. T4. 1!17.
BETTER THAN CALOMEL j
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.'
Edwards' Olive Tablets are i
a Harmless Substitute. j
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets the substi
tute for calomel are a mild but sure
laxative, and their effect cn tha liver is
almost instantaneous. They are the result
of Dr. Edwards' determination not to treat
liver and bowel complaints with calomel.
His efforts to banish it brought out these
little olive-colored tablets. i
These pleasant little tablets do the pood
that calomel does, but have no bad after
effects. They don't injure the teeth like
strong liquids or calomel. They take hold
ft tiii trouble and quickly correct it. Why ;
cure the liver at the expense of the teeth?
Calomel sometimes plays havoc with the !
gums. So do strong liquids. It is best not;
to take calomel, but to let Dr. Edwards ;
Olive Tablets take its place.
Most headaches, "dullness and that
lazy feeling come from constipation and
a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards'
Olive Tablets when you feel "lopgy" and
"heavy." Nore how they "clear" clouded
brain and how they "perk up" the spirits.
10c and 23c a box. All druggists. j
Buy a $5Q.oo Ixibtrty Bona. Ban ol
Wfcitintf , cpea 9 i, 3. to 8 p. m 6-21
, doming at the rrtneess theatre, Men-
and Tuesday. .v. 19 the and -'''h.
Ma rg-K.it 9 Clark In "The Amazons.-'
Matinee, l:c!J p. ns. 11-12-6
Princess theatre tonigh. The won
derful Thcda Bara will bo featured in
"Th Tiger W'or.ian." a picturv that
will be sura to please. A'.sn a two-re. 1
l.OST Cray leather rt;n?o. between 11
and 12 o'clock yesterday; containine
ash. R. n. tickets and key; reward.
434 r-nn. ave. Whiting. 11-14-1
William Kcascii of Indian, boule
vard, who is in t'.ie coast artillery and
is at DuPi-nt, Pe'.. Las 1" -n P remote d
to a f,r.-t cia?3 private and a second
e ;.): pun-V-r.
Pe.ti't forget. T."T.crrr' is double P.
t II Ore en S'arr.p l)ay a Gordon's.
Special bargains. 11-14-1
I-ouis Vniskf. for F"v?ra! yenrs mail
-ari-.er, has taken a posi'ion in the
First Xa'ional Hank of Whiting.
Whi'.in? thai t-, . E. -S . r.Cehrat
" I past mstren' and past patrons'
r.ight at th-Mr nKltn Inst M tulay
nljtht. The hr-n-i !! trues?; wV were
t.r-.cnt w.: r Mn. Cera. Enir.n, Mrs.
Iry Hay. Mr. Kirn V. Ji:d--ri. )!n.
Knola, C. Pajne. Mrs. Amelia Hurtor.
r tid Past Mas'ei ? p. it. Ptmnton. Ale
Vinson'.. William Stiver and Dr. K. I
Mers. Speeches w o tivin by these
oirfercnt persons and an enjoyable
i venin? was spent both by local mem
bers and out of town guests. ;rfresh
n:nt were served. Several members
U'. have a large srtment of Men's
DEPENDS ON KIDNEYS.
The 6un an 1 the infos' ino?, which
work together with the kidney? to throw
nut the poisons of the body, do a part
of the work, but a clean body and a
healthy one depends on the kidneys.
If the kidneys are cloeeed with toxic
poisons yon puffer from sMfTneps in the
knors in the morriinz on arising, your
joints poem "rusty," you may have
rheumatic pair.?, pain in the bark, etiil
neck, headn-'hes, sometimes swollen feet,
or neuralgic pains all due to the viric
acid or toxic poisona in the blood. This
is the time to go to a drug ptore and
simply obtain a 50c. package of Anuric,
(double strength), the discovery of Dr.
Pierce of Buffalo, N. Y. Then drink a
cup of hot water before meals, with an
Anuric Tablet, and not tee the gratifying
results. Anuric will help you, because it
flushes the kidneys of irr.pur.ties. Many
times more active than lithia. Dissolvce
uric acid as water does sugar.
Blanket Bath Kobe. Many hdes and '
designs in excellent sluOtion. Gordon's.
Mrs. John I.f-hr and daughter Mrs.
Pelbert Mows of Hast I'hu'ago, stent
Monday vlsitinu in Chicago..
Mrs. Catherine Stewart and daugh
ter. Miss plor. noe Stewart, attended
a party at Hammond. Monday evening,
ftvrit by Miss l.iliiHti Motibera in honor
Miss Alvina HiJbrtcK whose mar
riage to AVm. Kriof r takes place
'iinfort d"ir.ind:' tailored Pnder-'-ar!
When hoi p-sknts vote worn
Stephenson t'ndernear was the choice
of particular women. The time-trted
quality wov.-n into Stephenson Under
wear makes them the surest bargain
today. II. Cordon it- Son. 11-14-1
Miss Sipne. S anson of Hammond,
was the rj. st of Mrs. Floyd Hanks" of
Kisehmpp avenue, mi Sunday.
Mrs. Cieorse Cehrke ts at Michigan
'i'y where she Is attenditiK the ed
d i n c of !rr unle.
M's. Ha:-r Stress and mother of j
lU'th street, entertained 'tie latter's
cousins. Mrs. Kits..n of l' i rrinsrfon.vlll.. 1
and Mrs. Jordan of -hl-ago. 111., over
M-.ss Anna Stover is reported quite
ill a; lu r home ( ii,;,, a'.enue.
Tim P.oyra Neighbors of whiting: will
t-"1 KaM Che-iKo tomorrow ntsht
whre the l,..ral decree team will put
on the initial work. Hoiin M. Carlson,
M. p.. and 1 lil.i Hew inki. suptem-' of-f-'-'TP,
w :ll att-nd the m etnifi. Them
be a school of instruction )n the
if;er:o..n and the work will be done hi
she evrnmc. All Hoy.at XeiKhb..rs of I
WhitinR are iirp'd to attend, the plans?
t,, lave Whitins on tli. 7:20 ear.!
Mrs. H. S. Iavidson and daughter
Ponnie Jean of l.aporte aenue. have
returned from Michltran where they at
tended , the funeral of th- former's
step-father, whose traffic death was the
result of beinp attacked by a bull he
Mr. ami Mrs. Ervin I.ehr. r.e Mi's
Symptoms of More Serious
Washington Park, 111. "I am tha
mother of four children and have Buf
fered with femala
nervous spells and
the blues. My chil
dren's loud talking
and romping would
make me so nervous
I could just tear
everything to pieces
and I would achoall
over and feel so sick
that I would not
want anyone to talk
to me at times. Lydia E. Pinkham'a
Vegetable Compoumv d Liver Pills re
stored me to health ana I want to thank
you for the good they have done me. I
have had quite a bit of trouble and
worry but it does not affect my youth
ful looks. My friends say 'Why do you
look so young and well ? ' I owe it all
to the Lydia E- Fir.kham remedies."
Mrs. Kobt. 8top;el, Sage Avenue,
Washington Park, Illinois.
If you have any symptom about which
you would like to know write to th
Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
Mass., for helpful advice jriven free of
nthal. have reu
-tied from j
their wedding trip, during- which they
visited the bride's sister In Nebraska,
and they also stopped at Fort Podje.
la., to visit her brother who is a cap
tain in the army, being stationed there.
Mr. and Mrs. l.ehr will reside with
the former's parents !n Sheridan ave
nue until spring. , .
Allen Koudenber who i cn a short
furlough, and has b"en here visiting
his mother, brothers and sister on
Schrafte avenue, has returned to Camp
Sevier. GreeniHe. 5. C.
Sam Pchlechty and Stanley Nichol
son attended the meeting: of the I. O. O.
V. at Indiana Harbor, Monday nljrht.
CROWN POINT j
NEWS OF VALPARAISO.
4 . 1
Valparaiso, Ind. "I took Dr. Pierces'
and his Golden Sled- J
ical Discovery when a !
young lady and found j
they did rre more pood j
thnn the doctor's med- j
ieme, so I can highly i
recommend both theee!
i : : " M
-J r s ALMA rvLAPPISR,
loo alparaiso St.
In evcrvdrue store in
Indiana you will find Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, th" ever-famous friend to
tiling women, and Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, proven by years to be
the Kreatest (teneral reoon&tructor. These
berbrd medicines are put up in liquid ami
tablets. Contnin no alcohol or narcotic.
Ingredients printed on wrapper.
Mrs. ITerbeit Barr will cem home
from th Streator hospital this week
accompanied by her nurse. Mrs. Barr
wai rccer.'ly operated on for tumor
and is improving rapidly.
Miss Sara AV.ner has accepted a po
sition :n Cary, and makes the trip to
that city each day.
Mrs. M. E. Davidson ha composed a
patriotic P"n? to be suri.se to the tune
of :he "Old Oaken Bucket." The srn(F
had i; first try-out at a meeting of
the Woman's Study club on Tutsday.
and was creatly applaudei by the mem
bers. Iieut. Foster Eruc gave a short talk
at the high school on Monday in the in
terest of the V. M. O. A. campaign. H
told of the great benefit derived from
these camps and urged ea -h hiKh school
puiiil to bo liberal in their donations
for such a worthy couse.
Tliet O. B. 'B. was entertained on
Monday evening by Miss Dorothy Tiee.
tl.e winner of the pri7.es being- Miss
Xorma Barth.-.'.oma and Mis. K'.elyn
Bskr. The hostess ser -d dainty re
freshments after tlse mts.
Will Jones, a former resident of
Crown Pomt, visi'ed at the home (lf
LJr. and Mrs. J. C. Gibhs, on Tuesday.
A picked team from t, Crown Point
high scho.,1 def.-ated a basketball team
frc'ii Hebi ii, Kiidav nlc'ct.
Waiter Whitehead. . Wheaten,
Aug-ust Johnson and several others at
tended a shrine ceremonial at Ham
mond, Monday evening.
The Woman's Study c'ub had a de
liehtful session at the library on Tues
day afternoon. Mrs. Harry Barr, as
sisted by Miss Maude William., Sirs.
Herman Uliman, Mrs. If. I,. Whea'on,
Mrs. J. C. Gibbs and Mrs. Jf. K. Din
widdia contributed orig-inal poems,
which were very clever and provoked
much praise. They were alorjf patri
otic lines. Mrs. Ralph Bradford had
a very well written and Instructive,
taper c,n the ''County Officesr and
their duties." It wa3 very illuminating
to the members present and received
much piai.se. and pave farts not gen
erally known. Mrs .Talus Rockwell
had nn exceedingly good paper on the
"History of the County rami." state
ments nnd facts made by Mrs. Rockwell
were a revelation. Mrs. Rockwell had
personally visited the county farm and
told of its excellent management and
the g-oo-1 eare and comforts furnished
'ne inmate? by tho superintendent
elub voted to give $23 to thi T. M
A. fund. Two new members
elected: Mrs. Retta Hill and Mrs.
A dinner was SPrved at th Presby
terial church parlors on Monday even
ing to th" thir'y-five workers in the
C. A. rarnpnig-n which js n t!,js
C. Oliver H'i!'o-. of Cary, gave
an excellent talk teming with facts
and patriotism. Bernard Gait of
lftmn-.nnd, who is in Y. M. C. A. work
at ("amp Taylor, enlightened his hear
ers on the grand work this orpaniza
tmn is doing in the various camps In
the I". S. and at the front. Lieut. Fos
ter Bruce, who is at home on furlough,
also spoke a few minutes on the Y. M.
C. A. Crown Point has been divided
into districts. Kach district will be
canvassed and Crown Point will po
doubt will go over the top in this cam
paign as they have in all previous ones.
Twenty-one couples applied for li
censes to marry at the county clerk's
office on Tuesday which was the 13th
of November. However, they did not
seem to be superstitious of ill luck be
falling them by marrying on the pro
erhia! unluk.y day of the month.
The Frank Srhedell family left on
Monday for Hammond, where they will
make their future home.
Miss Helen Hixon has returned from
rioomington where she was a week
end guest of Miss Charlotte Wheeler,
who is attending Indiana university in
The Parent-Teachers association will
meet at th" high school auditorium this
evening. Mrs. II. IX. Wheeler of the
Woman's Service league and a great
factor in ti e led Cross work in Crown
Point, will speak. C. W. Alman and sev
eral others are on the program for
short talks and several musical num
bers will be rendered.
Lieut. Foster Bruce Is spending a
fw days' furlough with his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Bruce. u
Mrs. Robert S mith who lives on
Jrant street, Is reported very sl- k with
dropsy, and her condition is considered
very serious by her attending physi-
Albeit Kilborn. wife and son of Ea'
Chicago, v.ei-e Sunday visitors at the
l'oic.f of Mrs. Kilborn 's mother. Mrs.
Mr x. P.. Meeker has returned from
. fbr Coughs e Colds
That wretching, torturous
tearing at the throat and Iung9
give away to case and comfort
through the prompt ur of Dr. New
Discovery the standard couch aol
cold remedy for 50 jearj. iLcep It on
band and use Irerlv. It goet right to
the root ol a cold brings i.p the phlegm
end ea!'S the raw. fevrmb mprnbranen.
Coctainint bii'iv.ina. itcooliand uothe
the aoie prt-i. J ut the thine (or tby '
croup. The Uddie like lu Your drug
glit aells tu
Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated?
Dr. King's new Life Tills cause a healthy
flow of Bile and rids your Stomach
and Bowels of waste and fermenting
body poisons. They are a Tonic to
your Stomach and Liver and tone the
general system. Firt dose relieves.
Ciet a bottle today. 25c. all dr'tgists.
Let Us Help You to be Independent
And for a good while you haw been thinking of
MAKING YOUR FIRST DEPOSIT.
Wo welcome small as well as large accounts. After the first deposit the rest is
easy. Bring in one dollar or 'more and
GET A BANK BOOK.
3 Interest Compounded Semi-Annually.
Lake County Savings
& Trust Co.
Tha Bank With the Chime Clock.
0P2N TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK.
Peter Y. Meyn, President. W. 0. Belman, Secy.-Treas.
David T. Emery. Asst. Scy.-Treas. Jos. W. Weis, Vice President.
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You will find the buying of a
Grafonola a most enjoyable experi
ence because the Columbia dealer's
every endeavor is to make you know
the Grafonola as intimately and as
thoroughly as he himself knows it.
He will put you in possession of
facts you ought to know. Facts about
reproduction of sound. Facts that ex
plain Colunibia Grafonola1 s purity of
tone. Facts about exclusive Columbia
tone-leaves. Facts about the wonder
ful degree of skill with which the
Columbia Grafonolas arc designed,
built, and finished.
Any Columbia dealer feels quite
sure that if you knew all about the
Columbia Grafonola you would not
permit another day to pass by with
out having one in your home.
This can be arranged. You can
have a Columbia Grafonqla sent to
your home on trial, and if an oppor
tunity presents itself for you to com
pare in your home the tone of the
Columbia Grafonola with that of any'
other phonograph in the world, we
want you to make this test.
Columbia Grafonolas sell more
quickly this way than any other way.
A convenient method for purchase
can be arranged.
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Columbia Grafonolas are mads in a large
number of models, with the widest range
of prices in the phonograph field.
Columbia Graphophone Company, New York
an extended visit at the Mikfr hom
st"nd pt School Gr"vp.
Mrs. i"'. I. InRcr!Ml i still filing
th pffct! of a fall sho fusisind by
plfrrinK on damp leaver, a few days
Kdwin Muzzall who has teen ser
iously ill does not malt the Improve
ment, hoped for and Is still ronflned to
his bed. Percy Muzzall was able to
sit. up Monday, tha first time In several
I.ak lodgre will observe Wednesday.
Nov. 1 4, as rast masters' and to con
fer the master Mason deg-i-ee. Pr.
Gibhs and C AV. oilman are to share
the honors of the oriental chair aftr
the ceremony a fine luncheon will be
The funeraal of Mrs. Roxanna Klein
felter was held on Monday afternoon
from the home of Mrs. B. F. Hays. Mrs.
Kleinfelter was 79 years of age and
was one of Crown Point's respected cit
izens. The remains were Interred in
the frown Point cemetery.
Mpsdames George R. ltrshman and
John Endress will entertain Mrs. .1. A.
Aylinst nnd her Sunday school class at
the Hershman home on Tuesday evening
1 Mrs. Jhn Murphy and daughter Mur
iel have returned from Hammond where
! . .
tnoy spent tne veek-en
Mrs, Henry Kndress was the g-jrst
of her sister. Mrs. George
Friday and Saturday.
Tiaries Lagers of Lake avenue, is
attonuflm? the bricklayers' conven
ts n at Indiana I'-s.
Mr nnd Mr Ie rr . f Gar?. wcr
,-u-sts of inr;i- i-'Iack and family of
I'ci-1 ' st reef S i "l-l. i ".
"rtx-st Sti i"!-::. r ft Cair.p Tiylor. Kv.,
and Miss 11: b Ilaniirond were
(jupjsts of Miss M.-rtle HubbarJ of Rto
rits avenue, f-'uri'liy.
Mr. and Mr--, 'iidge hao .noved frorr.
I:;l?Tts avenue, to 119th street.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Kiward Wonr.-icott of
.ichison aventiri, ir-rurned home after a
few days' visit with th latter's par
ents at Iinaenwooa, in.
Jacob pchifley of Crown Point, is
spending a few days here with friends.
Mrs. Georne Parker of lltilh street.
islte,i in Chicago. Monday.
Mrs. 'rank Ppoars and daughter
! Juanita. attended a birthday psrt?.- at
ithe home of Mrs. Cole of Hammond.
M.r. er.d Mrs. William Scliirkey of
Pearl street, entertained friends from
East Side. Sunday.
Miss I'lara Plau of Myrtle avenue,
is on tho sick list.
Mrs. Harriet Aldie of Amy avenue,
spent Monday in East Side visiting her
brother. Dr. Harry Timm and family.
Miss Gwendolyn Sellers of Chicago,
was the gruest of Mrs. Russell cf Indi
ana boulevard, over Sunday.
The members of- the Red Cross held
a very pleasant rj-etintr Monday en
ing at the home of Mrs. James Nichol
son of Roberts avenue. The R-uests
spent th" evening knittine and sevin
until 10 o'clock when a dainty lunch
eon was served, after which an hour
was spent socially in parries and mu
sic, pri7.es beinjt won by Mrs. Charles
Brown and Mrs. Robert W'iNon.
21 One of ffie most apparent
evidences of personal cleanhoes
(T) follows the use of a
L Sanitary Hair Dressing
Mrs. Zeenns and son Walter of Chi
cago, visited her brother, C. G. Fuell
and family of Indiana boulevard, our
Andrew Spiscak of Myrtle avenue,
returned home from the St. Bernard
hospital where he underwent an oper
ation for appendicitis.
The death of Mrs. Ward was quite a
shock to friends and relatives. Phn was
buried in Galesburjr last Thursday.
Woi. Schmidt and family is' ted in
Crowr Point. Mo: cay.
l-'red Vicrk n;frtained a nu.iiber i.f
fr'er.ds snd relatives on Sunday night.
Sunday was his IMh birthday annivers
ary. Mr. Lucas is moving his family in'o
Otto Wolf's Tew bous'on Main street.
There will he qiite a number of
empty houses here now.
Applications at the better barber (hop
Qui enfenrl by Tb Eerpicide Co.
Every can of food put up this
summer helps make food shortag
;iext winter impossible.