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The patrons of our fust class hotels and restaurants are exact
ing they demand the best Women go where the pastry and cakes
are noted for their excellence. Men are attracted by hot bread and
biscuits when fresh and moist and light
The pastry cook with a reputation uses K C Baking Powder
because he knows that results are certain; every time everything
Is as good as his best
Then, too, with K C Baking Powder he can mix the various
kinds of batter before the rush of the meal begins and bake as
needed so that every order goes to the table fresh and hot, yet the
srrr- iabt ne canes are mst as cood as the nrsL
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The reasons behind thosp rpjKonc ?c tfmf K C. Jc
I really a blend of two baking powders. One commences
i to give off leavening gas as soon as moistened. The
7wfTiy-l otncr rcc?uircs both moisture and heat to make it
y'rfj activc- Dough or batter will remain in a partially
p J leaveneaconaitioniornours.andwhenputin the oven,
will come up as light as if mixed a moment before.
j leaveneaconaitionlornours.andwhenputin the oven.
m :OT cooKies, pancanes, aougnnuts ana tnc like,
..v -;ffvJ ble. Foralibakingthedoubleraisemakesdoublycertain.
toliow the example of the professional
conk and your baking icill be equal to his.
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GOOD MORNING
YOUR HONOR
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Kfforis arc hf-iny mailo by Judvo
Karabaupli to tToar u th; city court
locket as far .m.s possible Tioforo bo
pavs offbo Jan. On Monday 14
asfs wcr.' arraSt;n 1 and on Saturday
IS cusfs wore ;ut n the dockist iii
tho mornitjjT and court was continued
- into th? afternoon for thrH otiicr
'.tape?.
liny Woilory pl atlcd guilty 'to st. al
itiK a watch from the .South Hcnd
AVatch Co.- and pawning it. when ho
was arraignod boforo Tarabauli
Monday morning. The case was con
tinucd until Tuesday when witnes03
will be heard.
To ao the man, who has leen in
their emrdoy, l'roin a Rrand larceny
cliaie, the wntc'i company otlicials
charged him simply with taking one
watch, although Infective Cassidy as
.rtod ho has taken several in the
same way.
Philip Davis of Dowai;ic was fined
$1 and costs for beint; drunk. He
makes frequent visits to the city and
penerally stops at "Hotel Police Sta
tion" over night.
Mike Mahoncy of Cassonolis. who
had not been arrested for nearly six
months, was released h.v Jude Fara
baUL,'h on suspended sentence.
i-:. xi:it.
"It wouldn't be worth while telling
about it." expl. lined Joseph Nef!. j
when :ikru about his brt dollar, "bo
cause I varned It the same as the oth
ers did planting corn, and worse still !
I K"t paid in the ?hin plasters tiiat
all tho others have been telling you
about."
it did sort of look dubious.
"Well, then, if that's the case, may
he you can remember what you spent
It for," 1 sUKt;sted, in. tho hope of
i;ettin a new armle on an old story.
"Far clothes, 1 guess, same as the
othorv."
"Good! There was a pair of red
top boots, or a fur cap, or a woolly
overcoat down in tho general store
that you coveted, wasn't there some-'
thins,' that jou determined to have and
saved and saved until you had enough
to go down there and plank down a;
stack or shin plasters and carry away
the trca.-nreV" ,
No." he replied sadly. "I don't re
member r. thing extraordinary about
tho?. clc'.hes. They were just boys'
clothes nothing particularly interest
ing about that, is there?" he added.
I regarded him sadly, and he con
templated me with 'i sort of a hope
less, guess-we're-both-stumped expres
sion. Then I had an idea.
"Oh. now I'vo got it. The circus!
Surely you worked out in the hot sun
all one summer to save enough shin
plasters to take in IJarnum's circus,
didn't youV"
"Xo use," ho replied, mournfully.
"Our town, Wabash, was too small for
Itanium's circus. Xo circus, no rod
top boots nothing spectacular enough
to make a ' good story. Guess we'll
have to give it up, won't we?"
I agreed that It looked that way to
me. However, Mr. Xeff told of other
things not connected with his first dol-J
lar, which seems to have been an elu
sive sort of critter.
Joseph Xeff was the oldest of eight
children his brother Isaac, former
principal of the high school, was the
third, and tho brother in between was
bigger than either of them.
"Father was pretty generous with
us boys and let us 'claim' this and
that. That is. whenever a new colt
appeared on the farm one of we three
boys would claim it as our own. Some
times we all would claim it, but father
was arbiter in such cases, and we all
accepted the decision of the high
court. The next time one of the other
boys would get a calf, or a lamb, or
two or three pigs. Once there was a
steer wo all had a tfire in and when
it was finally sold for $67 the money
was divided up between lb. I re
member in particular our old white
mare T.etty that father sold, and my
share of it was $10.
"Which rather reflects on Hetty's
value as a beast of burden, or a fam
ilv horso, or an ornament, if the pro
ceeds of her sale. was evenly divided
up among the three hoys.
TIest creamery butter, 33c at Fern
doll. Advertisement.
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FIVE POUNDS DOMINO
SUGAR 25c.
,This is extra line, not
touched bv hand.
BEST CREAMERY
BUTTER.
Puritv or Clover Brand,
35c lb.
20 OUNCE MASON JAR
OLIVES, 20c
Jones Dairy Farm Hams.
Selected Halves Large
1913 Pecan Meats, 60c lb.
THE FERNDELL
or BRODBECK BROS.
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DAYS
them imm
And a greater opportunity to buy your XMAS GIFTS AND XMAS TOYS ycu
could not wish for than this, the
ECONOMY QUITTING BUSINESS
GOODS AT YOUR OWN PRICE
The following list tells the story. Read:
ALE
Any Shoes in the
Store, a pair $1.50
Including well knewn makes
as the famous Julia Marlowe,
Eelby, Queen Quality, Ster
ling Thompson and Crooker
for women, the Beacon, En-
dicott Johnson, Fairfield and
Loan Shoes for men all
leathers, all styles, all s:zes
values to $4, pair . .$1.50
Men's 25c Neckwear in
bcxes 15c
Men's Linen Collars, each
only 1c
All 12c and 15c Silkclines,
yard . . 7V2c
All 10c Ginghams, yd. 6c
All 15c Ginghams, yd. Sc
All I2V2C Flannelettes,
yard 7c
All 10c Outing Flannels,
yard 6c
AH Coats' 5c Threads,
spool 3c
AH Richardson's 5c Silk
Threads, spool 3C
AH $1.00 American Lady
or Kabo Corsets 59c
All $1.50 American Lady
or Kabo Corsets 90c
OUR GROCERY STORE
MUST BE CLOSED AT
Once.
I?ar FairbanW Fairy Soap
.": liar Floraloilo Violet Soap :Se
. Bar Marsh Violet Soap. . . .:c
." liar Sylph Toilet Soap lie
Tic ttar Lily of the Valley Soap :e
."c liar Fairbanks Semiring
Soap 3
." Fa. Hall Hluein ...:;e
.' Sim Sack Salt :U
lOe Bottle Iami(lr Blue o
1(Y Fan Champion Chloride
of Llmo U
toe fan K. C Baklnc I'owder o
1 Of Can Ituinfonls Baking
I'owiler k
lOrCan Keil Kidney Beaiw. . . V
lk- Bottle Kxtruets. all (!aor- 7e
lOeOan Hunkers oa 7c
KH-Can Uunkds Baking
('litM-olate T
lee Jar Frcpartxl 3lutnnl. . . .To
HVSlc Sack Salt Tc
1. VCan K. '. lliiklnir IVmilcr !
!."! aii Iltunfonl's linking
Fo'.ler !)(
Itottle Siiitler's Catsup., loe
L'Oe I'atiey Tea Sifting. lh...lo
iik-lVlco's Bakioi; Powder . . 1 le
20 K. F. Bakins: IVler . . . 17xi
2ih: Heastetl Coffee, lb l.e
jr Fan White Horve Fine
Apple 19e
2. V' Can Monareh Apple But
ter 1!C
."OeCan Frier' Bikln?r I'ow-
:i9e
tier
.'( Can .Taiwan Te
('(kMhin FowdtT or iolons:
Teis at
To $1.00 Dress
Goods, yard 25c
$1.00 DRESS GOODS 25c
Entire Dresa Goods Stock,
value to $1.00 yd. 25c
$1.00 SILKS 25c.
Our entire Silk stock will
go tomorrow; values to $1;
yard 25c
$1.00 VELVETS 25c YARD.
Our Entire Stock of Vel
vet on sale; values to $1.00
for yard 25c
Let White Waists; $1.00
regularly, for 35c
Lot 75c Tailored Waists
for 19c
Women's $2 and $3 Wash
Dresses 95c
Choice of all Women's
$20.00 and $25 Suits $7.50
Choice of any Coat in the
House for $5.00
Lot of Women's $3.00
Skirts for $1.65
All $1.25 Bed Spreads 79c
Wash Goods Remnants,
sold to 20c yard, for yd. . 5c
Dress Goods Remnants,
sold to 50c yard, for ... 15c
Men's 39c Balbnggan
Shirts and Drawers .... 15c
Men's 10c Hose, pair . .6c
Children's 10c Hose, 6c
Women's 10c Hose . . .6c
One lot Infants 10c Hose
pair 3c
One let 50c Corsets .29c
One lot 6c Cambric Lin
ing, yard 3 c
No Telephone Orders; No Approvals; NoC.O.D's
Open
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Open
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank L.
Hulhand, Zl W. Marion ,st., daughh-r,
Dec. IS.
PROPOSALS oTISKKT IMPKOVK-
yi km.
City of South Itrml. Indiana, Deparlinrnt
of Public Work?.
Noiicc - Jierely giren tlint st-aUil pn
pals will lit rttflvtMl !v Mm I opartmont
f I'uMi- Works of th City f South
llerul, In.l.. up t. 10 oYl-k A. .M., u( tli
-Otli day of Jnuuary, Ittll, for tiit- execu
tion f th fullowlupT ork:
l'lpe silver on I'ort.'isrt' Avenue from
north line v.t Section Ml. Township ;;s
-N'ortli. rnngi" J Ivist. moler Improvement
Kesulutlun .No. Lm;:, in the City of South
IU-inl. lndiar.i.
Ctmiplefe lntt'ings aiwl pplfkfitinri of
snM work are now vn li in the office of
the lep;irtrnent of l'uhlie Works In tlu
City Hail, of South P.e.nl, Indiana. The
15Mrd reserves tlie right to ivject any
or all Mils :
lSOAKI) OP PUBLIC W(HIKS.
OTTO C. li A ST IAN
CIIAIILLN F. MKIHALSKI.
fkanci:s k. l..mui:kt.
Arthur I Peil. v. Clerk of the Hoard.
Date of PiU.lieation Iec. iTJiul, anl
Dee. Lt, r.li::.
li
200 Children's Ail
On S
ool
D
me
resses
t 2.98 and 4.50
Values Up To $10.00
Sizes for Girls 6 to 14 years of age. Colors:
Red, Navy and Browns. Splendid' styles.
Remarkable Handkerchief Bargains
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HIS MHO WONT
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Health js Much More Valuable
Than Wealth Not Happy
Without Health The Man
With Good, Strong, Vigorous
Nerves Can Soon Get Wealth
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Sonlid persons have made tho state
ment that money will buy anything-.
While this is partly true, and the per
son wilh money finds many doors
open to him that would be slammed
in his face were m poor, yet the
most desirable things in the world
c-annot Le bought at any price.
Kvery person' who has bee ntouch
od hy the blighting hand of disease
lons for health more than anything
else i nthe world, but money can't
Suy health. How many have spent
fortunes in a vain endeavor to regain
their lost health, only to be disap
pointed again and again, and over
taken l.y death at last.
Some there are who cannot bo
cured by any doctor or medicine, but
there are also many who have been
sick and suffering lor years who can
be quickly and permanently cured.
That many cases that have been
treated unsuccessfully by others have,
received perma'nent relief and cure at
the hands of Dr. Kartlett is beinc:
proven every day. Mr. Jos. M. Gnoth
og South liend is one of the many
who can testify to the merits of the
methods used by Dr. Dartlett. He
sa vs i
"South Hend. Jnd., Feb. 23, 1913.
"To the Public:
"Some time previous to Jan. nth,
1011, I had been confined to my home
ajid bed with a violent attack of
rheumatism. This condition had pro
gressed until my whole general sys
tem was depleted, and 1 was prac
tically a physical wreck as a result.
1 had almost despaired of linding- any
thing or anybody who could restore
me to a state of health. I had been
for some time under treatment with
my family physician, but all his ef
forts to help me seemed to be in vain.
At last, hearing of the remarkable re
sults obtained in some cases bv the
ITnited Doctors. I decided if posiblo
to give mv (Me into their charge.
"I called Dr. liartlett. the -i-cial-1st
in charf. to my home, where he
gave me a careful and thorough ex
amination. He decided that my case
was one which presented many as
pects not in common to the ordinary
case of rheumatism, and that I would
require a special line of medication
which should be Introduced into the
system hypodermically.
"I decided to submit to this line of
treatment, and I must say that the
results have been little short of mar
velous. After three weeks of treat
ment I was aide to call at the office
with the aid of crutches, and for the
past six weeks I have been able to
discard my crutches altogether. The
doctor has just told me that I can
return to work this week, and I am
once more feeling like my old self.
"I feel that Dr. Barlctt is entitled
to great credit for what he has ac
complished in my ca. anil I shall
never lose an opportunity to recom
mend his services to my friends and
acquaintances.
"Jos. M. Gnoth. S13 Prairie Ave."
It may be that a trip to Dr. Dart
lett's ofllce may mean health and hap
piness to you. at least it will co?t
you nothing to be examined and il
out.
Office hours from 0 A. M. to 12 M.
2 P. M. to 7, P. M.. 7 P. M. to S P. M.
and on Sundays from 10 A. M. to 12
1200 DOZEN SAMPLE HANDKERCHIEFS ON SALE TOMORROW AT V2 PRICE.
We sold'48 dozen Silk Handkerchiefs Saturday at 19c each. We could have sold 200
dozen if we had had the same values to offer you. Tomorrow we're going to give you
a greater feast.
S00 dozen Women's Handrchiefs. worth to in.- p.qrh :ir rU li
- y - - - - wr w viiwilt k I
300 dozen Women's and Men's Handkerchiefs, worth to lSc each, at 5c each.
400 dozen Women's and Men's Handkerchiefs, worth to 25c each, at 10c each, n
180 Handsome Evening Dresses $ fl
$13.50 to $25 Values on Sale at &
IN THIS GREAT LOT NO DUPLICATES. SIZES 14 TO 38.
These are all new 19 15 Model Dresses of Shadow Laces, Crepe De Chines, Chiffons.
Three Distinct Lines will be Shown. All at 50c on the Dollar. The price for your
choice $12.95. Extra force in Alteration Room to Get Dresses Out at Once.
200 HANDSOME WOOL DRESSES AT $10.75.
Never anything like them ever offered You Except in This Store. All Wool
Serges, Silk and Wool Crepes. Handsome Ratines Just In. Sizes 14-16-18 to 46.
We sold Hundreds of these dresses the past two weeks.
500 BLANKET AND EIDERDOWN LOUNGING ROBES
On sale Tomorrow at $2.98 and $3.50.
From Thompson & Kent, 140 W. 22nd St., New York wonderful values The plain
blankets cost you more than we sell you these beautiful Robes for.
100 HANDSOME SILK KIMONOS AT $5.00. IMMENSE SELECTION.
300 dozen Women's Finest Silk Boot Silk Lisle and
Gauze Lisle Hose. On Sale Tomorrow 50c Pair.
Wonderful values The manufacturer, Wayne Knitting Co., sent these to us stating
the greatest values .you ever offered your customers. Here they are tomorrow 50c pr.
DOLLS AND STUFFED ANIMALS MUST BE CLOSED OUT BEFORE XMAS
HERE THEY GO AFTER A MOST REMARKABLE SEASON.
25', 1-4 off on any Doll Toy or Stuffed Animal in our Store. We advise an Early
Selection.
I V IT-- ---
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SECRET MARRIAGE IN.
ST. JOE BRINGS TRAGEDY
Girl ami V.ay Who Left Twin Kaliies
on Door Step of Orphanage
Arrested.
CHICAGO. Doc. 22. Kmily Kos
telny, 15, was freed Monday after she
admitted that sh was the mother of
the twin boys who diod from expos
ure alter being left on tlv? steps of
an orphanage. Her husband, John
Knsteiny, aged IS. was also released.
The boy and Rirl were married in
h't. Josceph, Mich., u year aso. but
the elopement was not known by the
girl's parents until she became the
mother of twins. Her father ordered
Kosteiny to take the children to the
orphanage.
TOO MUCH TANGO.
NEW YORK. Dec. 2L While danc
ing the tanso. Mrs. Grace V. Conger
slipped and broke her leg near the
hip.
RLOOMtXOTON. Ind.. Dec. 21.
Bruce Reeves. 2G years old, a student
at Indiana university, died suddenly
Sunday of heart failure.
DEMOCRATS OP Till: MX'OM
VA 1 1 1 ) A IT ll 'I ION !
Democrats of the Second ward will
meet in caucus Friday night. Decem
ber 26. 1S13. at 7:30 oVloi-k. at Kir
den school, for the purpose of ele-t-ing
delegates and alternates for th
Democratic District Convntion.
CM'Di: HILi.lS.
Adv. Assistant I'li.tinnan.
SKN. SIIIVKTjY TO fclHK.
WASHINGTON, Dec. Z2. Hen. li.
F. Shively has accepted a ninvitation
to attend a banquet of the state dem
ocracy at Indianapolis Jan. S. The
senator will be one of the speakers of
the evening.
n u.rrrrrrr-' mwn imiwiBepni.ijjLw.iiiii i mi in
AMBITIOUS CEXTKXAniAX.
PATERSON, X. J., Dec. 22
Cliarlfs O. Shafor. 101 years old. lias
wagered he will plow his io-acrc farm
next year.
DKMOCKAS OF TIIK THIRD
WARD ATTENTION!
Democrats of the Third ward will
meet in caucus Friday night. Decem
ber 2. 1913. at 7:20 o'clock, at the
office of Hubbell. Mclnerny, Mclner
ny & Yeagley. Summers' building.
for the purpose of electing delegates
and alternates for the Democratic
District Convention.
J A M KS r.FTDE R .
Adv. Assistant Chairmann.
No Place Like This to Buy Holiday Goods
UKUK ARK A ITJVY OF Till' THOUSANDS OF FXTR AORDINARY
VAIiFKS: K
Sterling Silver Tea spoons l')r,
COMF AM)
terling S"ilv-r Thiuil.l. 2."k.
(X).Mi: AND LOOK
Cut CI lass .ugar Howl and
Cream Pitcher. the pair.
com: AND LOOK
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runucu uu i ohlc
PUBLIC DRUG STORE
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Perculators of Every
Description
Perc slater? and
Coffee Machines
for stove, alcohol
or electric, from
56.00 up. Also
Water Kettles,
Samivor. 5 o'clock
Teas, 12.00 and up.
Just visit the 2nd
Floor to see the
wonderful display
and reasonable
prices on these goods and novelties of
all kind?.
CLAUER'S 3-FLOOR JEWELRY
STORE.
hilci:ij:t watch i-:s
Gold, Silver, Gun Metal and
Silverten, the small ones, .S5.(X
and up to the highest priced
one?.
COMF AND LOOK
LA VALLIFRIX
Pl.itir.iim. ;.!. l KilU-d
afid Silver, from 5 1 . 5 j to
Solid Tftld o!ii s..s-t V ith ;''!
ine cut l'iamonds. .S". and up.
COMF AND LOOK
3
V
H
D. K. Waterman Fountain
I'ens. plain holders and pold unl
silver trimmed one.
COMF AND LOOK
watch I :s.
Hundreds of them. The Svnith
Rend Chesterfield, one of the
thinnest watches made. It's a
beauty. We sell Klgin, Waltham
and other makes for jus: a lit
tle less than others do. One if
our good numbers is a 1. "-Jewel
20 year srold filled Klsin watch
for $11.7."..
CO.Mi: AM LOOK
Larce N'ariety of (bu".s.
Chime, Crystal," blac); Fuarr.el
and Mahokranv.
COMi: AM) I.(K)K
IlRACKLiri S AND MIH
R.(iS.
The largest line in S. Jt!i lb-fid.
We can f-urpris j )iw h ap
We, .ell these. Fine and g'"l.
COMF AND LOOK
CHAINS.
Hundreds of them. Coat
Chains. Vest Chains. Walde
mar.c, Xeck's. DorKnette. I'obs.
Solid Gold and Gold Filled, $1,
S1.50 up to $i.".(M).
COMF AND LOOK
Shavinir .ets. -nokin S-ts
and Smokers' Stands.
CO.Mi: AND LOOK
DIAMONDS.
Our stock of diamond? is
large and complete in sizes, es
pecially larce in 1-4, ;-S.
1-2, H-4. 7-S and 1 carat sizes.
Here is the nlace to buy the best
goods at the lowest price.
COMF. AND IXOK
Toilet Sets for ladies and gen
tlemen. .""iler. i ry aiel Shef
licid silver.
COMF. AN I) LOOK
RINCiS.
Set .vlth I i t!T i. ;
Kmeralds and every r iri
istence. Signet and Da ' D'
by the Gross.
COMK AND LOOK
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C(Ii: AND IXpK
FRANK C. TOEPP
210 W. JFFFFRSON BLVD. JFFFFRnON RUILDIN; U
Reing Out of the Hiuh Rent DUtriet Fnables Me to Sell for I-n 3
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