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Fritlav. April 1918.
THE TIMES.
Page Nine
Hardly a Drugstore in the Land
That Does Not Sell This Remedy
On the Market Half a Century.
When you are in perfect health,
rd are enjoying: a strong and vigor
ous vitality, it is then thst your blood
is free from all impurities.
You should be very careful and
give heed to the slightest indication
of impure blood. A .li.iKgish circula
tion is often indicated by an impaired
appetite, a feelinjr of lassitude and a
general weakenm? of the Bytem. It
is then that you should promptly taka i
a few bottles of S. S. S.. the great j
blood purifier and utrenffthener. It
will cleanse the blood thoroughly and
build up and strengthen the whole
system. S. S. S. is sold by all drug
gists. Valuable information about the
blood sopply can be had free by vrrlt
injf to the Swift Specific Co., 24
Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
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WANTE
AT ONCE
2E2XEI
THIRTY-FIVE PRAYER
MM&m VICTDRY
Hammond and West Ham-;
mond Women Prepare for
Third Liberty Loan.
WOMEX FOLKS OF CIVIL WAU VETS
SUPPLY HOSPITALS WITH PILLOWS
El
lool Makers
and Machinists
Thirty-;. i. t vy j.raycr r..eei ing
dedicated t t!:- third liberty loan Hiid j
!he miinint; of the tear, will b held f
simultaneously aft-r the ilimi'r lionr :
ihiN - t i : 1 1 n in H-tinni! and West
I fnmmor.d
Mrs. V. T i. t ton. chairman of thfl t
woman wotl-ie., today nimojneed the I
H j !:(! er meeting -.:- in llimnrtond i
i' i nHiws-
i Fn t Wa rl Irvitsjr school. I
Second Ward I'arroll stri--t. a t the :
j hiiim- of Mr. W'anicr; '.ndlt street, at '
j 1 i i home :' Mr. I'orepke; Clinton;
M i.-et. st the home of Mi?. li'.-hi ist : .
3j j HiinK'n-M aic:i'h', :it the hmie or Mr.:
i .t i in. ; Mi.,. '- :-; re-t. at t ne home or sirs, i
lt"ur:y: s:-i:e f.tr nt Wib"on' ro-;
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KAUFMAMN & WOLF - Hamkgnd.Ind
The Home of Hart Schaffncr L? Mrx Clothes
For Important Ordnance Work
Apply in person or by letter
Standard Steel Car Works
ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT
HAMMOND, IND.
ninninrTn nri i
junuuniiLiu ulll
! TWENTY MILLION
! BOXES PER YEAR
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Best, safest cathartic fori
j liver and bowels, and j
i people know it. !
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Send Your Teams
and Haul It Away
Calumet Park Stock Yards
Hammond, - Ind.
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They're fine! Don't stay
bilious, sick, headachy
or constinated. 1
jy ' 1 - - JMr'P - t--r: iSfcttjji..! ... .v ....
IwORK WHILE YOU SLEEpf
AlMe Mrs. A. L. Odell and Mr. Sarah Uerry. Middle Mr-. M. F..
i Cntler, Mr. A. J. Hughe and Mr. K. S. Krinto. Ilow Mrn. John
I A. Logan and Mrs. Mary S. Lockwond.
Wivea. widows and daugiiters of Civil war veterans are supplying
; practically all of the feather pil'owa used by the military base hospitals
i both here and abroad. The. le?ion of Iyal Women, as the han! i calk-.!
1 last year renovated end made up more than 2.00O piun3s of feathers.
Many of the workers are over 6ixty snd several of them are a old 33
ninety. The oldest members cf the kjrion are shown in the photographs
abore.
M Mli ill
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1 I P i? UfJ
A mm MM' ipts
ifA i
malted I j tmJi
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I j'j. v ino.' K-,.'- ;.,-'i'S i n i-i with
i'a?.:i:ri. Tako r ir two at nirht
;nil enjoy the n..-'"t. g-v.':-.l liver and
tnmi-1 .' iiur 'iu pfr experienrpd.
Wnk" up f- '.-iing pnitoJ. Your ad vi;
J ' b chat. . i u r toiitfue tVan, l.Tcath right.
ston .'K-h f- t n;:-i your livr ami thirty
taurant. j Eleventh "Ward L.afayccte sohool.
Third AVard Catholic hall: I.i:-hcran TL 7th v.orJ in':?t nsrn e ! f d!ided
environ; MWy writer, r....mp 01 Mr, v.; it a iwiuws: tourtonth j rt'cmct, Hu?hn" 1
". K. Matthies, Mrs. I.. A. Uioknrcn nnJ 1 l.all; tlft.nth and si.t'.-cntl precincts.;:
! Mrs. Albert Anderson. IIiersil. rhool. l!
, J.'ifth Ward N'a: rr.o ( hutch: Co- J On of the main prayer meetings or i
Seventh Ward RivvrslU- school : j Slr.-t '!mr-l.
Iluphn tra;!. ! jf
nichth Ward Methodist church: St. j
Joseph's ciuroh.
Xiiilh Ward Presbyterian hurcl:: !
h.'m of Mrs. Wilson, Cnkey avenue.:
AETNA CONTRACT.
J'i'iX .Miijer in th- t"nitd Prate"
1 I. u ;... .w,.... 1 .
it.it .if l-ov.eis a. live, tie hov at nv ! r v,. triiifman it. ,!..,-. -in '' ,',, """"l an or.ier au-
tUixuK ( .-..tii trai!.tn up. Step th j,,-, ofMr Chapin. Highland 'ree-; ;tlu'rizinf .. iv-r o.jell and Holt
I ' t-.n.ht. . b!...u lad colds and I Mo'iror st reet chapel; hon,.' ,.f Mr.. J. I. 1-'na -Pit.w.ve!. Company t.. .nt-r
fcml daj - Hrig-htn up. Cher up. Clean Smith. Hohraan streot; ho. re of Mr, i . ... " , " . ' ' "; 'd'-
Mrs.
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'.'.rt t- rinliir !! v. hen cr
biliou. I Mr. Pag, K-i.'.voou : hot,,- of
feverish r if tontru : .rttod -th'-y are
harmless -never jrripe or sick'-n. Adv.
Stewart. .'oi ''y e nut.
Tenth Ward I.infoin school.
ai.o auii)..ri7ed the le.fiver? to mahe
ftn udj'-.st merit of a (lan of J33,'mi0
held again.-t th n pan by a v extern
ga company. Teim of t)ie adjust
ment have o-en arrived at.
Il Ladies S
GERMAN ALLIANCE
GETS TIP TO DISBAND
XF:W YOP.K. Apr
nn.'. in -en-.en t.
j that the Nat.onai Grir.nn-Al.:ance will
i dibanl at a !.. ial meeting in Ph.il
ade'pl.'a on At.i M 11 wa ss.ad here
j ton'Kht by Henry V,"e,!r.an of this city,
i who nn'il rooentl v was active !n the
jaffslr o.' the organization.
; 1 reco ' ed advice to th's effect
i from t'.re manaserner.t of the orsrani
jzat on." said Mr. Weisman. "but .hist
why the d;foFLition is contemplated
I do not Irnow.
' T imagine, liowever. that a q';lt
: f o has son o,-t from WahnKt.m that
j !.' or t an i.'a t ion had better take ad
nta?H of an orT.ortunity to dissolve
! vol tr n ir'ly."
Broken assortments and odd lots; newest styles and finest
quality remaining after our tremendous Easter business
With the high prices asked for elsewhere, this great Sale
offers you a wonderful opportunity to save money on
your new clothes.
LANSING
Men Who Come Here
for their
vrmo Duns
con choose from
Garments made by the
World's Best Clothes
Makers
HART SCHAFFNER
& MARX
They'll get quality
clothes made of the
' very best woolens
and in the very lat
est patterns.
UIT
Attractive models developed In.
Black and White Checks. Serges.
Hurelias. etc. Specially priced
S17
mm
S KEMOEIAK.
In sa? but lovinp remetnbraree of our
dear mother and wife. Wilhelmina
: Schioirl. who was laid to rest one year
i ago. Apt :! ?. IT! 7.
50
$259?
IVs
DREl
of Rare Charm
The dresses in this group are of
much finer grade and style than
can be found now-a-days at sucn
moderate prices.
$998 and $1298
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Men's
Made to sell for $20 to $25.
Nobby Spring fabrics in several
pleaiing styles.
1 798
SPECIALS IN
WAISTS
PETTICOATS
MILLINERY
ETC.
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3 H OHM AN ST., HAMMOND, IND.
UITS I
Boys' SUITS f
g I'm
Mw? Li L
What is home without a mother?
j All thing the world n av end;
But when we lost our mother
I We lost our dearest friend,
j Who wjre a crown of patience.
! Through the years she ptniEgd on:
j Tli.jf ha.ida that r-st forevr r.
f lVf-re the hand that made our borne,
Mother, w are lonely f
How we mis your lovir.jr face;
!But ycu left i to remember
Some dny we'll meet again.
j Frnn our
1 JH'PKAND AND CH! 1.1)1'. C..
I They can buy them with com-
plete confidence for they're high-
grade in every respect. We guar-
antee them fully the guarantee
j covers the service the workman-
ship the finish everything.
i
i Hart Schaffner & Marx all-wool
clothes save you money.
They wear a long time and you 11
not have to buy them so often.
I -$25 $30 $35
Are
I Stamp sales
' O'lota? If not
! I
vir Thrift and War-Savings ! '
eatiallintr your weekly l
whv not?
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Suits for the Little
Mn made to with
stand the rough
wear.
S398
IEIRLS! HAVE WAVY.
TM, GLOSSY HI
! FREE FBOM DANDRUFF
iSave your hair! Double its
j beauty in a few moments
! try this!
New Clothes Call for a New Hat
to Match
yOU'LL find here the
smartest selections
of new spring hats in
town. They come in all
the new shapes and latest
spring colorings; all sizes
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If yo'i care for heay hair, that Rlis-I
"' 'en with beauty and is radiant with!
life: has an Incomparable soilness and
is fluffy and lnstron. try Daridrine.
Just one application doubles the beau
I v of your h.lr, besides it immediately
dissolve every parliele of dandruff: you !:
I (Btmot have nice, heavy, healthy hair if!j
. ou have dandruff. This destructive j i
- si in f rob the hair of its lustre, its!:
i strength and it very life, and if not
'overcome it produces a feverishness audi:
itching c-f the scalp; the. hair roots fam- j I
' ish. loo?en and die: then the hair falls!!
out fast. j
If votir hair has been neglected andjj!
is thin, faded, dry. scraggy or too oily,
get a small bottle of Knowlton's Dan
rierine at any drug store or toilet coun
ter for a- few- cent; apply a Mtle as
directed and ten minutes after y u will
say this wns the best investment you
ever made.
We sin' ereb" believe, repnrdl" of
over tbir.tt els advertised, that if you
ilesiro soft. Pistr.'us. bentttiful Uair and
jots of it no dandruff no itching scalp
and no more falling hair you must use
Knowlton's Dar.derlr.e. If eventually
-Vv T'-t flM" V'lv.
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$3
$3.50 - $4
The Boy Scout Uniforms
Are In Now
JTO
tb x a rv m m m m ha a.
AU FMANN S. WOLF Hammond. Iwa
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