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'ridav, November 1. 1918.
"When a Child Droops" Hurry, mother! Relieve the little stomach, liver and bowels of souring food, bile and poisons. Look at the tongue! Children love to take harmless "Cascarets" be cause Cascarcts taste like candy-only 10 cents too! r Children droop and wither like tender flowers if you permit bile, our fermentations and constipation poison to be absorbed into the system. When a child's tongue is white, breath feverish, stomach sour, you can always depend upon good, safe "Cascarcts" to gently but thoroughly clean the clogged-up places. Children love to take Cascarets, the candy cathar tic which never gripes, never injures, never disappoints. Each 10 cent box contains directions and dose for children aged one year eld and upwards. Whiting And Its People Th rritu-rss Thcalr liu't a now ok-ftriv in furious frenzy sign then ixku'exzy: Mrs fluike of L'hiisro was the guest of hr v '(is-jsl-.ter. Mr. ami Mrs. Eustace Uiesen of r!vfland avenue. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Maroe of At 'hison avenue. Kay Mattling of the Standard Oil Company's drafting office will leave Saturday tor his home in Owensboro, Ivy., to soiiti (nter the service. Mvs. r.mwa Whitaker. age 30 years, passed away at her home on Clark st.. on Wednesday morning after an illness with pneumonia. The deceased has lived in Whitinsc for about three years and is survived by her husband. K'.-.ner Whitaker and a little son. Alfred, age 10 years. COMISG SlIY TO rRINCF.i. Vaudeville. Latest Fatty Arbuckle comedy, "The Cook." A Billy West Comedy. Two reels of the thrilling serial 'Hands Up:" Comin? Monday Wm. Farnurn Tn "A Soldier's Oath." 11-1-2 The remains were shipped to La Porte yesterday by Undertaker Baran. to the former !iome of the family, tvhere interment took place today. no vi i r.. Star theatre now has the latest ven tilating system which Is approved by the city health depar-'rueut. 10-23-tf The Whitinsr public and paroachial schools will open on next Monday. John Oarbe. arrested for bejns drunk DON'T ENDURE RHEUMATIC PAIN! HERE'S QUICK RELIEF FOR YOU Step the pain! Give me relief ! That's vhat you want when you're hurt. That's "what you get with Sioan's Lini ment. It not only ''kiiispain," but docs it quickly, without delay. If you're tormented by Rheumatism, Tieuralgia, Sprains, Bruises, Backache, nnd body or nerve pain just see how quickly a little Sloan's Liniment gives relief. The very first application rests and comforts. Seems to reach right -v. v,' .3 f 1 30o. Oc, FREE! I b ti STtii ifo ax 84 m ) $ i FREE! Great Offer to Every Reader of THE TIMES fjj avi waB uraraio a van man imi m I AMERICAN SOLDIERS FIGHT FOR YOU f j Tuberculosis Fighis American Soldiers! j COUNTY SANITORIA f FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS I This County Needs a Tuberculosis Sanatorium. VOTE FOR IT NOVEMBER 5th $ 5 7 4 by i.'fficer Xiziolkiewicz, was released on bonds. iJoorjfe Harvan, aare 2 7 years, who came to Whstins from Pennsylvania three i cks ago to take a position at the StHiidard Oil Company passed away at St. Margaret's hospital aftrr a short illness with Spanish influenza. The body is being held at Undertaker Karnn's morgue awaiting word from itimives in Pennsylvania. Miss Emma Swan of Englewood. was the guest of Whiting friends yes terday. A uheeze A sneeze Th Spanish disease Has elosd the Princess No Movies, please. Until the flu Hies up the flu. Then the movies will move once more, for yon. It Attorney John 11 Fetif rhoff has re turned fr-un a trip to Washington, l. C. Mrs. Steve Senchak. Jr., nee Petty Spiscak. is ill at St. Margaret's hos pital in Hammond. Mr. Wl i'.aki r of Clark street, i suf fering from his third stroke of paral ysis. Although his condition seems quite serious it is thought the patient will r -cover. C M. Cil'espie. secretary of the city board of health, received a tele gram yesterday from tlue state board of heaith that the "flu'' ban will bo raised in Whitine at midnight on Sat urday. The churches and shows will open on Sunday and the schools and library will be open as usual on Mon day. Star Theatre now has the latest ventilating system which is approved by the city health department. 2?-tf Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Bell and Mrs. Frieda Vater Schnell, both of whom have been ill with Spanish influenza, are now able to he out again. Elmer Shade is home from a south ern camp visiting his parents. For Kent Two furnished rooms steam heat. 244 Laporte a venue. 1 1 -1 -2 Join the Whiting Savinca and Loan A ssociat b .n where our savins:. will down to the scat cf the trouble, warm ing and easing the nerves and tissues. You can almost fee! the inflammation, swelling cr stillness subside, as the pain grows less and less. You don't even have to wait to rub in Sloan's Liniment. It penetrates, and its clear, clean liquid can be poured right on the skin without staining. Get a generous size bottle from your druggist today. H1.20. FREE! ras e can tamm va mmm emma rm . I 1 Clip out til coupon and brlngr It with "r clear small picture, photo, post card or eoapahotto E. C. Minas Co. Hammond Ind. aua It will entitle yon to Hes life riKHO POBTEA1T rEEI, alze 14x17 lnoiiai. A beautiful oval plaqao. Yon do not buve to bny a frame for St or pjy one penny. Your email pic. ture will be returned unbanned. See artlat'a work at store. HO MAIL CBS7SKS. I ANOTHER DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE IS SIGNED ; - -Vv ; i--. -v.r" ; ,,C: . I K- o K.;i. ? v r A -tr-.v.-V-: -vv V't.," i' :-V Mid-Euroj can union The second great declaration of ' fndcrn'ndiT.cc wu'.s s:rnd in InJc- pndence M&ll, rhiltdelp'.iiu, re- 1 rently. Members of the Mid- i .in H'ean i.ttuons, represt nimir the European nations who have asserted their independence and want to conduct their alTairs free from oppression by Austrian or German rule, signed the declara- GET AFTER THAT COLD RIGHT NOW Got right after it with a bottle of Dr. King's New piscovery She never let a cough or cold or cae cf grippe go until it grew dangerous. She just nipped it when she began to sniffle or cough before it developed seriously. Men, romen, and children of every age have used this preparation fr firty years as a prompt reliever. All ages are using it toJay because of its positive results. Generous pize bottles. COc and $1.-0. Constipation Corrected Dr. King's New Life Pills tonight mean clear Dowels, a clear head, clear thinking, a day well begun in the morning, good digestion, clearing skin. Mild in action but sure and comfortable. At drug stores everywhere. 25c. be jafe and loaned to your neighbor to improve your own city and earn you a six per cent dividend in addition. 1 For al LMnins room set. bookcase and library table. 344 Sheridan ave., telephone Whiting 86-R. 11-1-2 OTicr.. Star Theatre now has the latest ventilating system which is approved by the city health department. 28-tf j ROBERTSDALE The Times regrets to announce the reMyrnatit.'n of Mrs. Arthur iitross, who for twelve year ban been its faithful correspondent at Kobertsdale and has served it splendidly. She will be sue ceded by Mis." Violet Guiding. 130 Myrtle avenue, to whom all news Items and advertisements may be given and we commend the young lady to the courtesy i-f your friends in Roberts dale. Mrs. Arthur Ogren of Indiana blvd , entertained Mr. and Mrs. R. Zeigler of Grand Crossing Monday. Mrs. Robert Turley of Lincoln, Ave.. Is spending a few days at Yates City, 111., visiting' her uncle. John Vise onti. of Central avenue, Is improving from a serious attack of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Marve of Atchison ave., are the proud parents of a baby boy born Tiic.-day. Mother and eon are doing nicely. Mesiiame.-s Fred Kstgers, Frank Rueh ler, Jr.. William Tirnm and A. Fetter, spent Wednesday in East Hide, the guests of Mrs. B. Coates and family. Miss Margaret Horn of Fast Chicago visited at the Sinode home in Lake avenue yesterday. Mrs. Kook and children of Myrtle avenue are visiting relatives in Ken tucky for ft few days. Mrs. T. W. Kohn and brother. Mrs. Quisidy, of Indiana blvd., visited In Chioaso Wednesday. Mrs. Caroilne Indon of So. Chicago was a guest of Mrs. John Pchaak of Myrtle avenue Wednesday. Mr. Klmer Ktsrers of FJoberts ave.. RECEIVING WAR GROSS The patriotic fpint ami devotion with which Ameri can women have so far performed war-service work and made sacrifices has never been oquilled in the history of any country. Mothers, wives and sifters support this burden with strength and j' V fortitu tude. But ho are aJ- rcadv miserable J from the com- plaint and wek-rsesr-Pfl which are so common to women, should take the riht tonic for the womanly systf-m. " If a woman is borne down by pain and FiiiTerings at regular or irregular intervals, by nervousness or dizzy spoils, by headache or backache, ''Favorite Prescription" should be taken. "Favor ite Prescription" can now be had in tablet form as well as liquid at most drug stores. Srnil to Doctor Pierce's Invalids' HotW, BuiTalo, X. V., for a ten-cent trial package of tablets. For fifty years Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pelkt3 have ben roost satisfactory ia liver and lowel troubles. Calumi.i, 7nf. "When I isi in m badly ran-down condition, m phymei&n of Columbus recommended Doctor lieree's msdicinra. I used 'Favorite Hrerrip tion' and 'Golden MediejJ Discovery' together when in a delicat way and found them just th j'.ght remedies for that condition. My own testimony is that it ain and oorrecta and make for comfort and well bcinc. I hae tir aed theae medirices and found ubem perfectly aatiftfactory." ilrt. Emma U6r, 21i Am 6t. fori Wn i '.'..,v;,rH 1 THE TIMES. reprcscntatit s grouped around Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. tion diirii.c: a coiil'ercni-e. Plar.s i uniform; Messrs. Ilinkovitch and for v.-j; kit x in hu-mn y in obtain- i Vosjnsk, Juro-SIavs; Dr. Miller, inj? their ir.de-iend-r.ee wore cut- j Czecho-SlovuK; Maj. Smith Chenul Muc:!. SaoJ dirccriy i front of and Dr. Szlupas, Lithuanian: tne crucK m inv l.iurny nfii in : the photo above ij Dr. Thomas G. Masaryu, prsiaent of the . zecno- Sluvr.k national council. Others in tin r 'So are Captain Stoica of the nouniartin '.axue, the man in CROWN POINT NEWS 0 HArr&.ios or say tx lakjb coeniti utklt capital Mrs. J. A. Umpleby, who has been spending the rummer with her mother In Urickgvllle, Ohio, came, to Crown Point on Wednesday for a few days' visit with friends. Mrs. Umplehy will remain in th east assiting in the care of her mother. She reports her hus band. Major Umpleby In France. Miss Kate Blum is recovering from an attack of Influenza. Miss Fae Smith Is assisting In' tho Boye drug store. Mrs. William Parry ha received a Utter from her eon. Corporal Leslie J. I'arry. written on October S, saying that the 315th Amunition. Train, of which he Is a member, were all packed and ready to leave for a trip of 600 miles by truck. The destination was in his estimation the front, as all the necessary training has been received end the boys were all delighted to o and do their bit. Lestr Westerman. who is attending Purduo university, will spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. l.ft Wednesday for Green Island. Ia.. where he will spend & few weeks with relatives. Mis. Nelson and Mrs. Gladys Lane were Chicago visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Grelson and daughter, Mrs. Chapman and children of Maywood. returned home after a few days' visit at the Greison home in Amy ave. Mrs. Robert Atchison still remains in a very critical condition at her home in Lake avenue. Mr. Fred Iverenz transacted bual ness in Hammond yesterday. Mrs. H. Golding and Mrs. J. Brown of Myrtle avenue visited friends In Chicago Wednesday. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barber of Myrtle avenue is recover ing from her resent Illness. MERRILLVILLE Mrs. Ca?rer Engle and children re turned from Michigan last Wednesday, tihe had been absent for several weeks visiting her parents. Questionnaires have been coming in hero this week, the most of them have to make two trips to get all the ne cessary witnesses for signing up. Red Cross fund at Ainsworth. Mrs. Louisa Oles and daughters, through the kindness of Mr. Goldman, a merchant in Ainsworth. donated a window for this difplay of vegetables, fruits and butter, to the amount of about fifteen dollars, and then sold tickets and could have sold more tick ets to the neat sum of JOS. llobart received twenty-five dollars, Merrlll ville twenty-five. Crown Point, eight that is one time the county seat wasn't first. These ladies should b congrat ulated on so large a sum for so worthy a cause as the Red Cross. A man from Indiana Harbor was the lucky man to win the display. Mr. Carl Gerlaeh is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Harry Iddings returned this week from Canada where she made an extended visit. Her father, Mr. AV. Crandall of Sedalia, is visiting them. Dr. H. Ij. Iddings Is on tha road day and night these days. HIGHLAND Miss Johanna Zyp who is sick with influenza is reported to be getting along nicely. Mrs. M. Fianchi spent Monday In Hammond. Arthur and Ruth Reiner are aniens the sick, suffering with influenza. Dr. Prentiss of Gary, made a pro fessional call in Highland Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Garret Krooswyk are ro-overing from influenza but Mrs. Walter Kroswyk of Munster, who cared for them during their illness i'rn t t-n it H the disease, and she and I her husband are both reported very j hick with it. i HOBART Miss Bessie Banks was a Chicago visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Rascha and Mrs. J. Fleck transacted business In Hammond yesterday. Dr. F. Warner transacted business in Chicago yesterday. Miss Htzel Strom visited with her friends at Valparaiso last evening. Mr. William Bork of Gary visited with friends and relatives here yes 1 erdii y. LANSING. .Mi.s Flora Schultz and Elsie Hahn ' have recovered from the attack of In- 1 Jniagna and lomoralJi, Italian; Messrs. Zeatkovitch, Russian; Miiiauka. Lithuanian; Dako, Al banian; Smetanka, Czecho-Slovak: Lupu, Pnurnanian. jid Volkapac, Finn. Sam Westerman. lie Is In military trainlnK in that Institution. Carl Thornen, who h&s been serious ly sick with pneumonia, has recov ered sufficiently to be able to sit up a short time each day. He Is at the home of his pister. Mrs. Stuhlmacher. The Lake County Council of De fense held their regular monthly meet ing on Monday afternoon. Miss Helen Tegtmeier, who has been seriously sick with pleurisy and the Influenza, la slowly recovering. The pranks of the youngsters on Hallowe'en were cut short this year on account of a rainy night and the influenza quarantine. Many a resi dent found his property In its proper place Instead of in his neighbor's back yard or on top of a barn in some dis tant lot. Many of our former Hal lowe'en cut ups are now fighting In the battlefields of France or serving their country elsewhere. The minds of many of them will go back to the old home town on October 31. fluenza and re back to work at Har vey. III. Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeVries of Oak Glen are the proud parents of a baby Tirl. Mr. Ed Blank is sick of the influ enza. Henry Schults had his finger tips cut off a few weeks ago. They are healing nicely and he went to the doc tor the last tirrie. last night and will go back to work in about two weeks. Lansing went "over the top" with the Fourth Liberty Loan. The quota was $70,000 and when the campaign finished the quota was $76,800. And the town was presented with the Fourth Liberty Loan Banner. Mrs. John Becker is on the sick list with Spanish influenza. Mrs. Mary Schultz was a Chicago visitor, visiting Mrs. Mary Fleck. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Meitnbuch are the proud parents of twin baby girls. Mother and babies are doing fine. Mra. Frank Trinoskl died Tuesday a victim of Spanish influenza and she leaves a husband and one child and lots of relatives to mourn. Sad news befell the Markus home again. Mrs. Markus died the I9th of October and Mr. Karl Markus died the C9th of October. Both parents died of influenza, leaving five children. The children ar well taken care of. they having found homes. Back up our gallant fighters with your money. You have lent to the government, now give to the sol diers. DOCTORS FAILED TO HELP But Lydia . Pinkham't Vegetable Compound Re moved the Cause of this Woman's Illness. Worcester. Mass. "I took Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound for a weakness and pain which used to keep i' me in bed for two days each month. I ; fritil mnnv lrte ' V w'thout benefit until - j&'jbi I was really discour- Jv-W Bi urged me to take fA$:Jjt Lydia E. Finkham'a Vegetable Com- ound as it had iclpedhcrsomuch. I V did so and soon saw a chango for the better. I kept on II IV'' ' takinfitand am now fi 1 so well and strong that I can do all my housework, even my washing and I have a little baby who is as healthy as I could ask thanks to your Vegetable Compound." Mrs. F. H. Stone, 24 Lowdoin St., Worcester, Mass. Women who suffer from displace ments, irregularities, inflammation, ulceration, backache, headaches and nervousness should lose no time in giving this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound, a trial. Your Child's Skin vrill be free from chafing, scalding eruptions and all orenes if vou use Sykes Comfort Powder For more than 25 years it ha been healing and preventing skin soreness. 5c at tha Vlnol and other drug iterea The Comfort Powder Co., Boston, Mass. i CaK it You Can't Rub It Away; - Rheumatism is in the Blood Liniments Will Never Cure. If you are afflicted with Rheuma tism, why waste time with liniments, lotions and other local applications that never did cure Rheumatism, and sever will? Do not try to rub iho pain away, for you will never succeed. Try the eenaible plan of finding tho cause of the pain, and go after that. Remove the cause, and there can be no pain. You will never be rid cf Rheuma VOTE wiiinwiiiiMiii iii fflnKg-jw ora ii p liiu -WEijuiMmnuiu yiwiwwi.u1 f w .i.' iwwwji'iuji.hiiwh JWJi mn-i ".' jij imm i wm urn .''" j -"v . : , si 4 ' i -. ' S. - . ( w ''r-'J . ' ''- -' -, , ; v , , ' ' .,' ' ' i - ' . - : - X v - . ' 1 : - A - I 1 'A, i " - v sf V ; 4 , v v l ...-, - - - - ' -: -"i . - - ' " ' ' - , '-"',' ,v - ' . v ' , . ... y . ' r , f r i ,,m.,.niv,.. ....I,, ....... r. . . ....... a.... --.iiKifin ,i,r inif j FEED Democratic Candidate for Judge, Lake Superior Court, Room No. 2. The business of the courts of Lake Count is increas ing more and more each yeai The administration of the affairs of this important branch of our government de serves the careful attention of our voters. If you elect me 1 pledge my best efforts and "my close attention t the duties of the office I seek. Election Tuesday, PJgv. Sih Adv. jw u.. a"v tv.-'i ; . - V''" ''''lf - v"i--a ' - u.-tet- J. - , j , . v.v.v- v. t ' 1 t v - v v' V s WILLIAM H. WOLTER Democratic Candidate for Treasurer of Lake Cooitfy Mr. Wolter was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1872, and has resided in Hammond for over thirty-five years. For several years he conducted a successful hardware business in Hammond. He served two terms as City Treasurer of Hammond and in that office demonstrated his ability, as a public officer. The voters of Lake County can be as sured that if Mr. Wolter is elected he will conduct the af fairs of that office in strict accordance with the law, and with the utmost ability. 2(S to tism until you cleanse your blood of the germs that cause the diaease. S. S, S. Las never had an equal as a blood purifier ar.d scores of sufferers say that it has cleansed their blood of Rheumatism, and removed all trac of the disease from their afrstem. Get a bottle of S. S. S. t your drug store, and get on the right treatment to-day. If you want spe cial medical advice, you can obtain it free bv addressing Medical Director, 23 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga. FOR NETT 1- ( . r Hie B&BM -Adv, ' '.- J