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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES.
vni)xnsn.Y. orr'i.-.nn 1, inis Late News From the Surrounding Towns i:i)v.i:i)siu ik;. Mrs rarl Koj.r.. of South fiend, v .iH an ')rr Hr.uday K'cst of her si? tr. Mi.. Mary Amlrus. Slank-y K 1 .'ini'' homo from Klkhart to n.tu a fvsr days v.ith his I ,ir"nt.. Mr. an.l Mrs. John K'oly. Mrs, II. C Firfiwii'-ll (.mm Monday fT a viit u;th hr on, H. C. Kith nn-l family. Mr C. Aik'-n "mt to IWrrien Fprirr3 Monday for a i!t with rela tive. W. M. Walter a;id wife- and C!at L-.ikenhack and wife of Mishawaka Fp-nt Sunday her' with Kmory Ho tcrman and uife. Mr. and Mr. H. 'lair'- were rti'-ts of Win. Iraly and wifV in Mishawaka from .Saturday until Mon day. Lewis Walters and wifo ;-nt Sun day with Charles Holers and family in "Milton. Adelbert Krau has returned from a two weeks viMt In Detroit, with his brother, Jerry Krau. M. U- P.obbins and wife, of Misha waka, were over Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Frances Case. Mrs. Sarah Gott of Dalley, came Funday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Amelia Manehard. Mrs. William Ktinklc has returned homo from a few days visit with her fdster, Mrs. Lewis Manchow in Dowa Kiac. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Illrons has re turned home from a several weeks' visit with relatives in Indiana. Mrs. William Sarnpon of South Bend came Monday for a visit with Mrs. Charles Sampson. Mrs. C. M. Dennis left Monday for a visit with relatives in Galien. Mrs. Arthur Kinehart and children of Kalamazoo are hen- visiting her mother. Mrs. Harriot IMnehart. Maymc Pearson has returned from a week's visit in Chicatro with her cousin, Mrs. Ina Podge. Miss Helen Hay has returned from a week's visit in Cassopolis, with her uncle. Charles Kimmerlee. ' James Coder, who has heen work ing lu the west for several weeks, has returned home. J. II. Hicks and family .and Miss Flora McKltddn attended a play in South Pend Sunday evening. Arthur Dibble of Mishawaka is spending a few days hero with Wm. 1 licks and family. PLVMOITH. Daisy Durbin started for her home In Moline. Her parents. Mr. and Your Stomach Bad? JUST TRY ONE DOSE of VJloyQ Wondsrful Stomach Remedy and Be Convinced That Yea Can Be Restored To Health Tor d!tKTj lit -JjrfJ. IthZSx w m ft I t 1 p . v. I. Yon are pet nkel to tn!if Ma.rr' Won derful Mouuicli ICeuifMly for k a and inimth befcire yna rt--lv any brieflt rr ! usually r-iiilrd to eoTivlne the most ske;tle:il sufTtrr of Stonineh Aliment thU thi great r airily should restore anyone so afnleted tu gon.l li.-ilth JlttyrS Wonderful Stomach lU'tnedy has lr-ii takTi by innity thiit!nls of iu; througiimit the land. It ha brought heiiltli nud happlntp to MifTorers wli-" h-id lespi!red of ever belnjr rtorel and who new proclaim It a Wonderful Homed y nnd are urging .tLers n-h miy be sv.ti'eritig with Monfh, I.iver iv Intestinal Ail ment to try It. Mind you, Mayr'n Won derful Ntomneh Kemedy is so (UfTervnt than mot mMlbMnv. that -re pdt on the market f,.r the varTou tonsaeh ailmetits It l really la a cl.tm lv ltvelf. nn l one dose will do in to convince the most .keptbnl sufferer than tons of other tnedl- lr.es. Hesults from one tloe will aniar.o r.l tlie beiiefir-s are entirely natural, as It r.efs on the soijr.v nnd founilatlon of thet rllnient-j, reraovinc th pid'"uoti eafarrli r.nil li!e a vc ret ions, and allaylnc the mi C.orlytnc chr-:ib- inMitum atl m l:i the alb menfary and lnte-tin-il tnft. rendering t n s.iu.e antlst prir. .7u!t try ont" loi of Marr'w Wonderful .toinarh Kemcd - put it to a tef-t tinbiy you will be owrjoyed v'th your qu!'lk n-eve-ry and will hirliiy prale tr as thousands of titers are -n-f-Tawlr ddnc. Send for booklet m St.-ta-:o-v. Ailments to ;,-e. !!. Mivr. Mf. fn-'ui- tt. 1'1-ira Whit in- sr.. Clsie.-i-o. in. THIOLS 51.00 i:cn wi:i;ji. i:cii Buck's Celebrated Heaters SO sICm and ntylen on clNplay. Ak )our ncii:lilr what slu? tiilnkr of her Ruck, tot. i u x 2 Mrs. D. J. Dicett, went with her as far as Chicago. Karl MeKaui;hlln wes In South liend Sunday. Miss Anna A.-j went to South Bend this morning. Mrs. Staey Harrln? Is ipeoding the day In Niks. J. K. Spink has srrne to Henton Harbor and other places on a bus inefs tri. Clen Cole was In town Sunday. i:w c.x:lisli;. Trson Bunton and Mis? Houten were quests Sunday former's aunt, Mrs. Frank Mollie of the Sensen- bauirh, of Crunistown. Mr-. John Moreht use and Mrs. Hoy ilroekway spent Saturday and Sunday with the former's sister. Mrs. Robert Wilkinson, at Uaroda. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Wart! Smith and son i-pent the week end at Three Oaks, i-'ust,s of Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Hasiett. Mrs. Charles Miller and daughter, Klcanor and Mrs. Inez Luther were In South Bend Saturday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur WUtfonj? and children, of South Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Wedell of Mishawaka, wer trusts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Boders. Kduard White is movinp Into the Collins residence on Chestnut t., and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Bennett will ooettpv the house vacated by Mr. White. Miss Hattie Borden will remove to her farm '.vest of town this week. The C. C. club was entertained Saturday evening by Mrs. Charles Phillips. YI-XLOW HANK. Claude StrawbridKo of Ohio Is a puest of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bead this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mangus and family, of Walkerton, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mangus and Grandma Mangus were quests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Delbert ManKtis. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gushwa were called to South Bend on account of the serious Illness and death of the latter's mother, Mrs. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Mortiga Stroup, Mr. and Mrs. William Lon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long and Mr. and Mrs. John Ullery attended the funeral in South Bend Sunday of Mrs. John Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gushwa and family were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Walters. Amanda Bauyhman and Orba and Myrtle Baughman were In South Bend Saturday on business. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Seybold were quests with friends in South Bend lar-t Wednesday. Miss Susie Hoover was a ?ruest of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Burger last week. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Moose called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glllis Sun day. LYDICK. Frank Perucher and Kdna .Smith were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smoroske Sunday. Joseph Lindsey and family, of Cor runna, I ml., are visiting his brothers, Claude and Donald. Mrs. W. L. Willard of Gary, Ind.. is visiting her parents and family and Frank Willard and family, of South Bend. Ind. Mrs. F. F. Pierce and daughters, Helen and Beth, left for Torre Haute. Ind., where Beth will attend the first year of school at the state normal. Mrs. Wilbur Barker and Mrs. John Russell of South Bend, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles MIkesel Sun day. STONY HIDGi:. John Meehl spent Saturday and Sunday with friends and relatives in Plymouth. Mrs. William Finch of Chadron, Nebraska visited N. W. Markham and family Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Chilcote and daughter, of Ag erton, Ohio, visited Mrs. Brlggs. Mr. and Mrs. Scheibelhut, Mr. and Mrs. John Clouse and Mrs. Eckstein of Mishawaka, were guests of M. and Mrs. Joseph Van Ne?3 Sunday. Miss Hoffman, who has been visit ing Susie Goetzlnger. returned Mon day to her home In Chicago. Sir. and Mrs. Louis Sternaman. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Briggs. Mrs. Chilcoto and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chalfant of Rose lawn. Miss Wilma Wolf. Kathryn Goetz intrer. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rumsey, Blanch Kiefer and Hazel Alarkham spent Sunday at the home of A. Goetzinger. Mrs. MeCormick and her mother, of South Bend, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Humble Sunday. Mrs. Bverott Kly of Columbus, North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. C. War ner of South Bend were guests of N. W. Markham and family Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joyce of Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Couch and Mrs. Victoria Gooley of South Bend, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stuckey and family. .. I.U . YOU GET SATISFACTION When You Buy at ' "LOWER'S" We still have some beautiful papers from our summer i stock that we are closing; out at practically nothing. i You'll have to see them color and design. special prices on genuine grass ciom Japanese learner and tinsel cloth. We are showing some 1914 combinations. The I. WXower 120 SOUTH MICHIGAN STREET. iW l ti4 NOTICE When looking for Fall ij vou can find the latest styles l more, by climbing one flight 216 S. Mich. St. Upstairs B AKKHTOWX. J. H. Best went to St. Joseph Mon day morning to begin his junior term. D. A. Dodge went to Chicago Tues day afternoon to visit a sister whom he hadn't seen in Jive years. He re turned home Thursday, reporting a fine time. Mildred Fredrlckson went to Chi cago Wednesday with her father to attend her mother's funeral. Mr. Schuler of Berrien Springs, was culling here Wednesday. Mrs. L. F. Cauffman and daughter, Iva., of Portage Prairie, called on Mrs. Hattie Clemens Thursday. Herbert Roe of Buchanan and Messrs. Thanning and Holmuist spent the day Thursday with friends near Three Oaks. Edward Herb arrived at the home of his sister. Mrs. Joseph Haas, Thursday, from Fresno, Cal.. where he his lived the past four years. Mr. Thanning returned to his work in St. Louis Monday after spending a month with his family here. Frank Dode and wife. Buchanan. spT.t Saturday nisht and Sunday v. ith the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Dodg.. Harry Swar.'z and Ellis Runnels of Buchanan wero guests of Charles Clemens and family Saturday night and Sunday. Arnold -Hero of Dowagiac, visited his sister, Mrs. Joseph Haas and f am II y .Sunday. His brother Edward accompanied him home In the after noon. Mrs. D. A. Dodge called on Hattie Clemens Monday afternoon. Mrs. K. M. Betcher and two chil dren and Mrs. G. E. Williams, of North Liberty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Dodge Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Betcher, who Is mall carrier In North Liberty, came on his motorcycle Sunday morning to Join the family. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Gilbert enter tained Mr. and .Mrs. Frank Bellinger and Philip Gilbert at dinner Sunday. Ed Herb callexl on Hattie Clemens and other friends Friday afternoon. J. H. Best and family and II. I. Cauffman and family .attended the Sunday school rally at the Portage Pralre church Sunday and were the guests of Ij. F. Cauffman at dinner. Charles Swartz of this place has sold his farm to Mr. Bauman of Chi cago, who will take possession next week. Carl Thanning has purchased a fine driving horse. Mr. and Mrs. Dodge entertained the following guests at dinner Sun day: Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Betcher and two children. Mrs. G. K. Williams, of North Liberty, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dodge and Charles Dodge, of Buchanan. COALUUSII. Mr. and, Mrs. Frank Boner of Elm Grove, wre guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.- Fulmer Sunday. Charles Smith and Millard Fore, of Mishawaka, and Harold Fulmer of this icinity visited James Phillips Sunday. Misses Laverna and Mildred Riggs were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson of Mishawaka, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welgel and son. of Woodland. Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. George Itlggs visltetl Mr. and Mrs. A. Godshall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Amstuts visit ed relatives In Mishawaka Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kline enter tained at dinner .Sunday. Those pres ent were Mr. and Mrs. Jaqob Albert and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. Albert of Mishawaka, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Laldlaw and son. Mr. and Mrs. Hartstine of South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. David Hartstine Sunday. Mrs. Henry Weiss and Mrs. John Fulmer are visiting in New Paris, Ind. Mrs. George Riggs was in Elkhart, Ind., Monday. Martin Fulmer and Walter Ful mer, of this vicinity, made a business trip to Nappanee, Ind., Monday. BERRIEN SPRINGS. Dr. W. E. Brown and his guest. Dr. Charles Fargo of Fredonla, N. Y.. were guests of Dr. W. E. Sargent in Buchanan. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Whitman vlMted their daughter. Mrs. Frank Whltcomb. in South Bend. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Carrel and lit tle daughter of South B-md were week-end visitors at the home of Mrs. Carrel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mur ray Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Lohr and daugh ters, the Misses Grac and Olive, re turned Friday to Ht. Louis, Mo., after a six weeks' visit at their old home here. A number of friends of Rev. and Mrs. A. W. Simmons gathered at th home of 'Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Skinner Thursday evening in a surprise party j for them. A social evening was en joyed, after which lee t ream and cake wre served. About 85 were In at- to appreciate their beauty of U w; . i t i r. I t Decorating Co. j Footwear don't forget- that h and also save a Dollar or of stairs at the Sample Shoo Parlors Opposite Auditorium. LI yr :"r"---. .f J I ll I I It . f I. careful selection of materials a generous amount to each brew, never less proper aging in wood, an indispensable feature of good brewing up to the minute, absolutely cleanly bottling methods have won for HIGH LIFE the distinction of being the most wholesome and "Finest tasting beer ever produced." Convince yourself- order a case today. We use light bottles grade beer common tendance. Mr. Simmons and family left Friday for their new home in Marcellus. Mich. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Crane and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar I'pham have moved to St. Joseph for the winter. Mrs. e A. Wilson has returned to her home in Knoxville. Tenr... after a few weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. A. W. Simmons. Rev. A. W. L,ittrell was in Kau Claire Saturday where he pave an address before a meeting of the Rer rlen township Sunday School associa tion. J. I... Perkins returned Friday from a few days' business visit in Chicago. i. tT. R? c (3 A fifJ UNDERTAKER SSS N". Michigan St. ITome Phoao f.211; lkH lljone 5 Suits for Men and Women $15, $18 and $20. Easy Payment. GATELY'S 112 K. Ji'fTrrson Hlvd. XV til, in. wigHirUM -!T. jp js J g Ail2 Trad Marki Obtained In all Countries. Adxlce Fre. GEO. J. OLTGCK, Rcltered Patent Atty.. 7X1 12 StUucbAkcr Bldff SouUa Bend, In To C - Brewed in Milwaukee by Miller Brewing Co. - - - . On sals at leading Buffets, t I on Dining Cars and Steam a frA vv i . ship Lines. vV'AVVcViii yr.'j- ' f ZSL. 'Ay A a . - - . -Vrvc ; Krxt r--i w- 1 jfvtxif&?tirji!ttjm I f HOMEOF GOOD CLOTHES n TT 71 vesmz git good exclusively for this high beer comes in dark bottles Mrs. E. J. Webster Is a visitor at the R. R, Wheler home In Three Rivers. George U. Fryman and daughter, Henry Weist viited his son, Arthur Weist, in South Rend Saturday. Dr. Joseph R. Noal of Chicago spent Saturday with his father, Theo. Noel. Miss Edith MoCuilough visited friends in South Bend Saturday. The funeral service of Mrs. Martha A. Inglerlght was held at her home on Ferry st. Saturday afternoon, Rev. Edwin Tench of Decatur. Mich., con ducting: the services. Mrs. Ingleright v,as born in New York state and was 72 years of age. She leaves two son0, Edward and John Insrleright, one daughter, Mrs. Minnie Painter, and L. H. O RVIS FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ivadv Assistant 124 Nortii MlchiRaa tst. nomc 52D7. Rell 297 Rubber Noveltirs of All Kinds at THE RUBBER STORE, ) 206 S. Michigan St. We have the Agency for the Imperial Crown Perfumery Cos "Salome" Perfume, in hulk or in fancy qlass stoppered bottles. We invite you to give this Perfume a trial with the understanding that if you are not more than pleased with your purchase we will refund the price very cheerfully. Otto Wo 209 South Michigan Urn-, ,.. t" Brewing BOTTLE The broTvn bottle mrrmlef.b. " ..V. saia in defense of which advocated to the absolute i t ... . . dark bottles and f of stability is preferablv YtlJEt: t . i i bottles. it?tf ZJ,iS (Amenca's greatest authorities on brtwf) fi-it Ati RsA j ciarity 4n(j reedom . i - two sisters, Mrs. Mary 1 lamer and Mrs. A. A. Ilarner. Interment In Storlck cemetery, wet of town. E. C. Ilarner of Centon Harbor was here Saturday to be present at the funeral serviee of his aunt, Mrs. Martha Inffleright. IS KILLED AT CROSSING MARKjN. Ind.. r.rt. 1. Mrs. James Huberts. while drivim; across the C. tv a. ti-jl: at Water street cnjssin.r, in Jonesboro Tuesday afternoon, -was struck and instantly killed by a through '-as: bound train on that road The buyv v.ith Mrs. BofMed o CAN YOU WASH AND IRON YOUR SHEETS AT 3c OR TABLE COVERS AT 4c EACH? "THE SLICK WAY" Send us a bundle amounting to 25,c ar.d vou 'c: ilu above special rate. SLICK'S LAUNDRY & DRY GLEANING CO. ! 3 1 Home Phone 5117. M" r Street . i I 4 u uccn 50 l r I I I t9 . - Huberts in it. .liri'd half sqUiire by ill- elixir..- and rhe v;i.S dead when j.i-k d i.;. her face !;av in l-t-n ;tl in. It is tiio;;trlit J.w did iM.t h' .tr the -, -,j : n ; n v hi-tb- i,r the train ajjrj.! '-hij-.ir. Sh- a survived bv a ha. r:d a:id Iai: url;ter. Every Patient a Roter for SWEM, The Chiropractor. Hajf Fever. 202-30C Dean Uu.'bling. Home Phone 2505. Bell Phone 117 Auditorium Theater yMi ' , lis; rim i I mm ,.L-Ze'flr: t '- 'it Vh- :iri? I .B.sTEep yog,