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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
THE CURRENCY BILL IS NOW BEING DEBATED IN CONGRESS. a YOU CAN DO BETTER AT GATELY'Sc 3C 13 r in i pay, sKiTonin: v, vm. lew Clothing ML f ON ill dill I H fed 1 nvu u B ml We are showing a pleasing variety of the new Fall and Winter Styles at prices that will make them popular. Comparison will quickly convince you that you buy the best at Gately's. The Blew Suits For Ladies Clever adaptions from imported models as well as the plain tailored styles that for fabric, style and color will interest all who see them. Long cutaway jackets with draped and slashed skirts that embody alf that is newest and best; made up in a wide range of fabrics and colors. These smart, splendidly tailored garments will appeal to women who ' S J.J 4. 1 lit. v p) V &uC r Late Hews From the Surrounding Towns PLYMOUTH. Tho Ilrcrnfn fair opened Thursday With a celebration, of school day, as Is their custom. Tho attendance was rut jrood us oxpoctf-d. Friday is to To the best day f tho week and a large crowd is expected. Miss Martraret Foltz left last even ing for Fort Wuyno where ?ho is the Kucpt (i few days of Miss Flora O'ltyan, .formerly of Flymotith. UXIOX. Miss Hutu Miller is spending tho week with her grandparents, Mr. and Jlrs. O. C. Miller. Quito a number from here attended the Goshen fair. Mr. and Mrs. H, T. Ruhl left Tuesday for Fort Wayne, to spend a few days w ith his brother, Kev. Philip Kuhl. The funeral services of tho Into John Fallows of Elkhart, wero held here Kunday at tho Baptist church and burial was in tho Union cemetery. Clarence Iluhl and MIfs Florence TJurnette were quests of Mr. and Mrs. .Oliver Zentz Sunday, at Christian lake. Delbert Fields of Constantino has resumed his work in tho Cleveland stor?. Quite a number of the old soldiers In this vicinity enjoyed an old nrmy Tinner Riven by Mr. Cole of Lome lake last Thursday. Fork and beans and con; br?ad were the principal articles of the dinner. few days this week with his cousin, Mtj?. Emma Aikln. L. A. Allen and wife and Jonas Socman left Tuesday for Chatta nooga, Tenn., to attend the 47th en campment of the O. A. Tl. Mrs. Bernard Thornton and sen, Duane, have returned from a week's visit with relatives in South .Bend. Mrs. I von Sholmadneo and daugh ter, lteta, returned to Benton Har bor Monday after a several weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sampson. Miss Surelda and Katherino Fhend of Edkhart t-pent the week here with their aunt, Mrs. Edward Oall. Mrs. Roger Burns has been taken to tho Dearborn retreat near Detroit. Her mind has been affected since the death of her son and daughter and lately fhe attempted takings her life by drowning and it was thought best to place her tinder restraint. KimAiinsnuiu;. Mrs. Eva. Lamphe, who has been fcpcndlns the summer hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Sossa 'inan. has returned to her homo in xetrdt. Mrs. EUie Crandnll of Nile? speni the week lure with Mrs. Bertha Van .Antwerp. Mrr. Frank Clemens and daughter. Marietta, of South Bond spesit Wed nesday at the home of Mrs. Amelia Manohow. Mrs. J. ( Tillitson of Plymouth has boon ppendinK" the week here with her cousin, Mrs. Robert Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. 1Hn Kelly and .Mrs. Maude Miller and Sadi Mar.chow pent Tuesday in Niles and Ruchanan th p:urts of friends. Mry. Merle "Wilkinson and Mrs. E. R Claire spent Wednesday In Misha v.aka with their sister. Mrs. William Brady. Maymo Pearson wont to 'hicrK'- Thursday for a week's visit with Miss Ora'o duett. '.'hestcr Kinkier will leave Satur day for llow, lnK. where he will nter the Hnf militarv school. Bella Lancaster of (Jalien spent a HESINOL CURED AWFUL ITCHING li ONE NIGHT TT.wl suflViod six or Sovon Mor.!li. New York. Arll lti. 1 : 1 "The skin on my hand gut red and roush. It itehed and I l''B'an to scratch it. It itched s that ometime. I could not sleep all nK'ht. 1 wa." ;if:Vrin very mueh. i usi-d sahc and , but they did not sem to help m-. This v nt on for sK or seven months. Then I tried B2-Inol Oit:tm-iit and Be.inol iri;.ip. I usvd them on niht. In the morninc. to rr.y i-urr rl -. my hand was all well and the tmuMe has never returned. This is the a -solute truth." (Sinnd) M:.-s ( Ha Klelnman. 01 CoI-mLU St. Noi'hinsj we (.in s.-iy f Boinol fuah: vhat others. sin h as Miss Kklnrnan. fays of it. It d. its work c;uickly. easily i;nd at littb cost. If you ar Mifferir:; tvr.i itehir.K. Lurn !n Fkin tn.iilia.--, piiv.pb. blackheads-, dandruff, ulet rr, lulls, stutr born sore. j v? pJUs, !t will cost you nothing to try Beslnol Ointment and Siip. Send t ! I t. Resinol. Baltimore Mil., fw a 1 1 . aiiiple. fc'old by dru'g;its. Adt. BUSIvHUv. M.r. and M.rs. Geo. Wat kins of Grand Rapids, Mich., are spending tho week with Mr. and Mrs. Adam Watkins. Miss Candis Compton spent Satur day and Sunday with her parents at South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. M. Bottles were Sun day guests of Mr. and Mrs. William KUnkner of Carson, Ind. Harry O. G. Crlpe has gone to Peru, Ind., on business. Lester Lentz has accented a posi tion with Harry' Funtson of Palmer Prairie and will move his family In tho near future. MIfs Mary Lafree delightfully en tertained a number of her friends Saturday evening. Several from Mlshawuka wero present. The even ing was spent in dancing after which a two-courso luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Leach of Mishawaka were Sunday guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Leach. Miss Paulino Klmkner of Chicagc is spending the week with Mr. and Mr. M. Battles. Otto Dice of Chicago spent Satur day with his cousin. Irving Ieach. Mrs. Adam K. Watkins Is slowly recovering from her fractured shoulder. Miss Bernico Lock, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Shank of River Park and Mrs. Bice of Elkhart spent Saturday even ing with Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Leach. COTTACilJ Iin.L. The Sunday school will give a candy social at the school house Sat urday night, Sept. 20, for the purpose of purchasing a new organ. Every body will be made welcome. Rev. Kurtz of Elkhart and Rev. and Mrs. Shreve and child of Ala bama were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Rose. They attended the communion service of the Brethren church Sunday at Oak Grove. Mrs. James Runn and son of Elk hart were guests Sati rilay and Sun day of Martin Witter and family. Mrs. Myers and son. George, of Hamilton were guests Sunday of the former's daughter, Mrs. S. P. Red ding and family. Mrs. Smith of Berrien Springs. Mich., is here visiting her son, Frank Borst, and family. Mrs. Anna Carroli of Chicago was a guest for several days this week of Mr. and Mrs. George Myler. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Jones accom panied by Mir. and Mrs. Hostettler of Rolling Prairie motored to Chicago recently. Miss Gladys Walters attended Sun day Fchool at Ivdick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cramer and daughter, Ruth, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Brunner Sunday. "7: I l .I UL III 111 if iM ' 1 1'., i Am i M like neat, stylish apparel. The prices are S EStfh &33 .SSfiL nud BHirft n y ria sis a & p ca Cjs sxf rj czs vm u u Extra size Suits for large women; sizes 41 to 49, $15 and up to $25. The New Coats are swagger and becoming; the lengths vary from short to long, but the most favored is the three-quarter length1 most of them are in cutaway styles that can be buttoned up to the neck; cloth pile fabrics and rough, shaggy materials are to be very popular. We are showing a big range of styles and the popular shades for Fall. Prices from $14.75. $i kfr 40 T1 Men aid Young Men's Suits CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SUITS $5 to $JJ0 Our showing includes the most popular Brown and Blue shades in plain and fancy mixtures, plain blacks, blue serges, etc. Prices range from $12.50, $Z yfmn If TTSlffiM Pip TTSJ'G? 9 $M ep to $30 112 E. Jrjferson Blvd- CASH OR EASY PAYHEHTS NILKS. Tho telephone operators were en tertained at dinner last evening by Miss Kdna Walters of N. Third st.. In honor of Miss Kdna Hoast, who has aecoptted a position in the tele phone exchange at South Rend .and will go there this wrok. Miss Minnie Webb of Chicago Is a guest of Mrs. M. TZ. Fowler. Mis? Genevieve White entertained at bridge last evening In honor of Miss Alene French, who leaves soon for tho National Park sendnary at Washington, I. C, to resume her studies. The Rerrten county loard of super visors have been summoned in spe cial session to consider the offer of F. lv. Warren of Three Oaks to pur chase $500,000 of the $1 00,00 0 rood roads bonds which have boen placed on tho market at four percent. Mr. and v Mrs. W. J. Cameron are in Detroit attending the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Inford MeOmber and children of Auburn. Ind., are guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J, MeOmber. M:W CARLISLE. Mrs. W. A. Coleman very delight fully entertained the members of the HolHng Prairie Economics club Wed nesday afternoon. Sixteen ladies were present and two new members were added to the church roll. Mrs. John -Miller and Mrs. Henry Dudlev. Mrs. Edith Whitehead Ileese read "a very interesting paper on "Yeast," wdiich was followed by a spirited dis cussion on the different kind? of bread. Another paper, which called forth much enthusiastic interest, was read by Mrs. John Druliner, sub ject, "Home and Food Stuffs." Poth papers contained some valuable recipes. The hostess served refresh ments following the program. The next meeting of the club Avill bo held the third Wednesday in October at the home of Mrs. Fanny Switzer. "CASGAFSETS" CLEANSE LIVER ill BOWELS Feel Bully! No Headache, Sour Stomach, Bad Breath, Constipation. Relief corps, an auxiliary of the Grand Army of the Republic, al?o took place. Mrs. Ida g. McPride of Indianapolis was chosen president of this organization, Mrs. Chloe A. War ren of Plainfield, Conn., senior vice president; Mrs. Mahalla A. Archer of Chattanooga, junior vice president; Mrs. Abble Lynch of Pittsburgh, treasurer, and Mrs. Sarah J. Hrad ford of Livingston, Mont., chaplain. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS w.j.visAvniw 114 E. Jefferson St. Painting, Wall Papering and Picture Framing CUUMSTOWX. Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg and family of South Rend spent Sunday with Henry Priet? and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. 1Z. Replogl and son, Wilbur, and Mr, nnd Mrs. F. Tutsbery and daughter. Gladys, spent Sunday with F. K. Riddle and fam ily. s. KHa Wendorf and children and Miss Blanch Riddle were Sun day callers at the J. W. Ryder home. Mrs. Henry Price is quite 111 at her home on the Platts road. Mrs. George Replogle called on her sister, Mr?. F. valine Price, Wednesday. Mrs. F. K. Riddle spent Wednes day with Mrs. C. G. Riddle. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ryder visited the latur's parents Sunday. Dr. Moore of North Liberty visited at the Robert Robertson homo Sun day. Several ladies went from hero to Long island to celebrate the. birthday anniversary' of Mrs. Anna Patterson lot Thursday. Mrs. Maggie Rlddlo attended W. C. meeting at Lydick last Saturday. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS Get a 10-cent box now. Are you keeping your liver, stomach and bowels clean, pure and fresh with Cascarets or merely forcing a pas sageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is important. Cascarets immediately cleanse the stomach, remove the sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul ases; take the excess bile from the liver .and carry out of the system the consti pated waste matter and ioison in the bowels. Xo odds how sick, headachy, bilious and constipated you feel, a Cacaret tonight will straighten you out by morning. They work while you sleep. A 10-cent box from your druggist will keep your head clear, stomach sweet and your liver and bowels regular for months. Don't forget the children their little insldes need a gentle cleansing, too. Advt. PITTSBURGH MAN TO LEAD SONS OF VETERANS John K. Sautter Kiectcd Commander-in-Chief Indianapolis Woman to Head Relief Corps. rail I f i f i El t i 1: mm UlUUU mini miff CHATTANOOGA. Tenn.. ?ept .19. John K. Sautter of Pittsburgh, Pa., late Thursday was elected comman der in chief of the Sons of Veterans in annual session here. Othor officers chosen were Harry L. Streit, Balti more, senior vice commander; Robert W. Riese, Chattanooga, junior vice commander, and Henry F. Weiler, Rcs:on; William R. Moynihan. Ro chester, and Charles C. Rehnt, St. Louis, Mo., members of the council in chief. All of the officers of the ons of Veterans were elected on the first ballot. Election of officers by the Woman's Genuine A A grade Wal rus, hand sewed English frame, brass trimmed and leather line d. Regular Si 6.00 value. Genuine Walrus second grade hand sewed English frame, leather lined and brass trimmed1 regular S 10.00 value for ocS First grade Cowhide, in black and brown, smooth and black grain, leather lined and brass trimmed, regular $7.50 and S8.00 value for V Genuine Cowhide brass trimmed and Keratol lined, extra good value for only Suit Cases at special prices from 98c to $25.00 We are agents for the Hartman Indestructo, Likely Wardrobe Trunks. 218 S. MICHIGAN STREET. 1 FftTHPP LiLBlfllLiri Learn the Truth Examination Free Don't give up. Call and be examined by a specialist who has had over 14 years' experience in curing men. He will tell you the truth about your condition FREE. Call at once. V-N ' ; 4- ' ' ',:. ? I Avr,;- v . i: . . V.i V.v .VxV; v Vic. f I : z i me. i ixi;m:i:, Orfr 14 Vr( m Hpv1alit. Mt Best Inference: ' Ctirr, Taj-. TlffPM 'ho are 5afTpr!np and cannot pny t fers -hari;M It most Spe ITllJlX ciaiists should take Htlvantaire of this offer nn.i ilT rUHKH. (.all at enre. hnre a chat wirb m nl'wili explain to you mr traTiiJpnt. I am cMirinp rp!e daily without vutt'.nK. DUwruforin or dxnjrer. no mfltfr who hs fallei or how ovk toii hnvo uff-ri(1 ilon't pirp u. If I fln nt you for troatment XO CHAIlYjES TNLIXS (T Hi:n. all an.l I will KX AMINi: you Fi:i:i-tell you what I ran do nd du wLat I rromlse. WHY NOT LET LIE CURE YOU? Tor liloofl 606-914 lor IllovI If rou ar wufTrinj; from STKCII'IC HLOOI) DlSKAsIIS, with son' mouth, throfft a:id tunstue, boy raa. call on me at once ani let mo ndministcr to you on trontment of tho Improved OrJ Nocsalvasan) 914 and you ap un i for life. Xo VMS, no LOSS of TI.Mi:, no (iOINO to the HOSPITAL. a you return homo Immediately uftr th trratment, it only requires 20 min utes of your time by my method of administration. Rlolof kidney di'OT. UlcQUCr swelling of fw-r. j-in In baek are nfl cured permanently by m-. iNerVOUS da you la"k iimMtlo-i find ronfidenoe rhat ex-ess and in discretion eaute? If oune tj .se ize at once. xkCILcll suTefr, fistula or any ofhr (lipases ar? jvll cured ly rn without cutting. Xly Ul ULC1C lrnes. lmd linen's cf part" are oiird pi-nna tly with out cutting-. OlTlClUrc JUlft n l.urnlnp, t-.-al'l-lrijr and smnrtiux vmptium curd in & to 10 vlays without the aid of a knife. Varicocele Weaknesses Rupture MANY CURED FOR S3. 50 DR. FL EE ER CO,, Specialists soith nn.vi), ind. 100 1-2 w. Washington avcnuc Iitirtr 1-Yont Ilojr Oxer Peck's Shoe Store. 5 Lare Ronv Iiilly irqulpjT'J. r-'i'finr !n rerre urine, whi h. in turn. nno n wtlr.fr of th iMrtf. I cure j stay rurrd. .No ojieration. ar.l all dralaR. iii!sior a !i d los.fs which the vim. vitrr a:l vitality from you and later rentier you h" m-Tifal .v.d phys!.-al wreL. I cure in from s to lo day. Rheumatism &,;:Ji ' i'T Stiffened Ji'lnts are yil curel perai nenfly tiy lav. i-'iscnarges 1, -rnjnk' flni Injf stopjvil in from .i to days. T ocf VidrkT- ti:'41 vitality-, either IjOSL VlgOr Anm to HUir or on-p'f.t'x of t-ir!v or !r r life, I our to stay cured irrTre"tlv or ymr ?e, or tho tlm yf'U Live uffer"l. S'j rMr.iular.t. TTlr,fTQ rnstl by Jr. Juries or tu- vejr.. I treat ard jrTrce:,tJT ciir with a puarantev ne-vr to retura. P-rcfnfr "'"'Qt. rain end rruoiaUL ot,e 1 ... of 1Uii j..)wtr, cure for Uf. No iratkii. OlUilldLU ousted tortus, pr yerted nrt;ierl?e, jjjmH cauI' sz s full rfs at;(l dtr afier e-arrr.j', heart burn. pHlpitntion, dlrrluess, are .ill cur-d permar.eiitly by txu. -uri wrlfbnut th-U f a kiJfe. LI . . 11 1 1 . - - a .i 1 1 .1 1 1 L - - . s .J - ,-f. . . . - ...3 fc. im.ii 1 n m Li , L A y 1X7 El V f 1 v lead t!i I Tr f vsaMy.s it wmav w f VI 1 n 1 i