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JL , J 0 K - ii 4 5 KRAZY KAT rifrht. lDlo. Into rnationrxl .Sr vice. A Will of the Wisp. srr. . 4 ftta LJ k Z A-l I 1 r 77; Ay fcr "II I tif W,5 A0 MVV To UKE IT Is 'A1 S'OAJd IT CCLLPrV I "CL llE GOT 77s :J To oh "IGWr.' 7m SJDAG rr To - c-Cr : :"' 53. m i;i:i(.i: i.hi:.si. William r.cidie P,:i! WMK-r KN. r. khian. ! Ii h.-o. ll- -eiu.tker ; 1 ibo: ei F. a Van Sandt, Julius Peter. ack'Miii'.h; r V ir. I 1 0 -$2- r v' Late "flews From the Surrounding Towns (.KAXcr.i:. Pizi Smith has the pneumonia. Mi8.- Mildred Lwry of ,-uth pond fp rit Friday and Saturday visiting hor rents. John Parhor lias are jt d a position in thf (! (.'ros I'harrnaey in Mi.h :.'.v:ik:i. Irs. John K''''an SNphen.on wvrc in ar;.l Mrs. Al.e Hlkhart Tliurs- (la . ;ialys Khol s of AdamsvilN spent Moml ty Tiiicht with H rthit ILomh-y. Th' Lali-.' Aid .oci ty of th Chris tian rhurrli met with .Mrs. Frank Lowry V'.In v(ay. TIuti" will a valt mine s..-ial at th" hom- of .Mr. and .Mrs. l..-rn r, 1. 1 t. iv-n hy Ladies Aid of I'res lj"t"rian eiiurch. VANDAIJA. I!mi-on i;an. had the inisfirtune to los- a valuable row a few days ao. A number from het- attended the : fnti'-ral of Henry Hunt I'lidav at , Hit eh Lake. Mis UeatnVe f.onfj returm-d to ier j-clioid work at Kalamazoo .Monday. C. A. Lapp and wife of .Smith Lend spent a few days with the parents of the latter, i John Loine will vi it his sons Will , ar.d L-wis, in Howard the next few days. .Mr. and .Mrs. Swartz attended the funeral at a near relative Tuesday ! near .Man ellus. John .'eidl and wife. the Misses Mahel and .Mary .yeid!, Ieore I'.onine and Claude Ilotlifi s;)(:it Sunday near Iliiar I'atch wit!? Harley Lundy antl 1 wife. Lawrence Lawson was severely i hurned hy an explosion of kerosene ; in building a lire. Mrs. Lrnest StannarT and children. ' of Jones, was an over Sunday j;uest , of her mother. .Mrs. Wiltse. Mrs. Will Fox was in Xouth Lend Saturday shopping. Mrs. Henry Whited of Porter visited her sister, Mrs. Klizuheth .Shatuek. Monday. Mrs. Nellie (T)ell was in Cassopolis Saturday. Mrs. Loon Alexander, of Detroit, was at the home of her parents, ('has. Ho- , nino and wife. lilMiSlil'KY. Miss P.aker returned aft'i visiting a lew davs in ChicaRo. Iiurenee Taylor returned to i work at Dillon, after sponduu' a his few days nt Peru hospital Pill Oranee spent Tuesday evening I at Iaporte. Miss Inez White, who has been con ' fined to her home with appendicitis, 1 is able to he around once more. John Kneisley spent Tuesday at i i Walkerton. ! ! Jack Allison, of Tracy, was in the ; ; village, Tuesday. ttley Dysard ami Iplia White spent, Monday evening at Laporte. j The line sleighing is all gone. P.ut j the groundhog saw his shadow so we should worrj about the snow now. I Mrs. C. P. Fick. mother (f Mrs. A. j Z. Van Noppen and Carl Hartmar.. I died Wednesday at Libertyville, 111. j Mr. and Mrs. Hartman are at Liberty- ville and Dr. ami Mrs. Van Noppen I mav go tomorrow for the funeral. Attv. and Mrs. Charles K. A hite en tertained, at dinner this evening, the iruests being members of the Candle light Whist club. Mr.. James Thompson and son. i Thomas, left today for Ocala. Fla., to j remain until spring. ' Gov. Ferris Woodbridge will arrive i in Nlles tomorrow to attend the Ber j rien County Teachers institute. He I will ive two addresses. j U. C. Atkinson and Klmer P.utts at j tended the automobile show at Kala mazoo today. ! Mrs. Isnbelle lorgan. who has been the guest of her brother, John W. tt.'ieon and wife, has returned to her home at Kokomo. Ind. J Dr. P. D. Culdings attended the meeting or me ri. .n-n society at South Pend last evening. Mr. aid Mrs. II. T. Walton have gone to Copemish. Mich., for a visit with relatives Prof. Milton 1?. GrilUth of the South , Bend conservatory, assisted by Max j Nothing else stops lumbago, sciat Miranda, pianist, also of the South j ica ;ina iame back misery so prorATAly Hend conservatory, and organist of St. . an(1 surelv. It never disappoints! Paul's church, gave a recital ai me i library auditorium last evening In tore th;' Musical club. Pres. Chas. McKenhy. of the State Normal college of Ypsilanti. -has leoii secured to pivo the cnnimeiK-ement exorcises to bo hold June IS. Prof. M. V. Main is in the city from ' Ann Arbor. PLKASAXT AI.LI A'. Mr. and Mr.-. U. C. Smith and daughter spent Sunday with John A. Fger and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heehler returned to their home in Elkhart Monday. The La.lios' Aid "will meet with Mrs. Alfred Wednesday. r Tank Harrison, i'ill xtoover. r.eu- ben and Iyd F.ger were In Misha vvaka Saturday evening. Mrs. C. A. Mash and Mrs. A. M. Smith are on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Iudwig and daughter spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. A. U. I.udwig. The revival meeting begins at Cali fornia ohureh Monday evening. Feb. Don't Tnf le With Your STOR3ACM Old fashioned medicines for stom ach trouble ate as much out f date today as a lake yvv tallow candle In this age of : electric light- : Ing. Dr.Flood's i Dr. Hood's Seiemilio 1 1cmcdy g. S C 1 o n t 1 fl C Stomach Pem edy is the modern nuc cssful treat in e n t for Stomach, I,iv 'r and Intes tinal Ailments. One trial will To- day. oiten cor.uuer e most hronic cases. remedy coes diroctlv to the scat of t h o trouble, stopping s,jf. feriug. soften ing and expell ing from the s y s I e -n all , hardened pol- snnous. mucu- o;;s tlisoa'se brooding matter, re stiring quickly the stomach and digestive organs to a healthy and normal condition. It has saved thousand from surgical opf-rations. Pleasant to take. Ouiek results. or money refunded. Insist upon Dr". Khaul's Scientltic .tomai )i remedy. A-e pt no substitute. At all dnm gists. If not. .' t.d to Dr. Flood Hem edy Co.. Chioac(. l'or sale ami lec-i ornmetidel liy American Drug c... . M HI I WW .Jul Protect Yourself against a sudden attack of Heartburn, Bloating, Indigestion, Biliousness, Costivencss, Cclds or Grippe by keeping the Stomach, Liver and BoweU active and heaJthy by the daily use HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS 9. hy i:'-. Walter Hoffman. Sunday school 10 a. m. Fpworth league T:3) p. m. COALIUSII. Mr. and Mrs. C. Fulmor sjent Sun day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Wil- li.'Mn V?v.! nf Iii.nu-fiL'Q Mr. and Mrs. -Clem Godshall of I Wyatt. Ind., visiti-J .Mr. and Mi A. I Clodshall Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. David Amstutz are visiting relatives and friends in Ohio. Mrs. C Fultner and Miss flrace Phillips spent Monday in L lk hart, Ind. Mrs. l'rank P.oner and Miss Allie Phillips, of Him drove, visited Mrs. C. Fulmer Wednesday. Miss Florence Iiced lias gone to Lapaz. Intl.. for a several uays' visit with .Miss Adah Wei aer. Mifs Ailie Phillip-; has rettirned from a several days' visit with Mrs. Frank Loner of LlrnG rove. Mr. and Mrs. James Kline entertain ed a numhor of friends Monday even ing. Anion?? those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Jacoh Klein and family. Mr. and Mrs. (Jeore Kline. Mrs. J. HentKcs, Alphonsus Hentsos, Miss Caroline Kline. Jacob Kline. Miss Marv Witz and Miss adie Witz. VI'.H.OW llAMv. Mr. and .Mrs. Charles Gillis ami son , Invert were guests Sunday of Mr. antl i Mrs. Louis Crillis of Lapaz. The Misses Julia T.achtel and Pearl ' Wiseman were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Walters. James Kesslor has sold his prop- ' erty and expects to move to North ( ; Dakota in the spring. I ' Peter Depoit is improving slowly. j Oerobia Stump has purchased the 1 ' James Kesslor property. j Miss Maude Mtsner is on the sick 1 ! list. Miss Pcrtha. Misner and George j Ilowblitzel were quietly married bust I August and the news spread and ; about 4u n-ihl)ors and friends gath ered at tneir home last j-ruiay even ing and gave them a very pleasant call. After a few social hours a de licious luncheon was served and at a late hour they departed wishing Mr. and Mrs. 1 law hlirel o happv married lite. WITH OLD TIE OIL Rub Pain Right Out With a Small Trial Bottle of "St. Jacobs Oil." When your back is sore and lame or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism has you stiffened up, don't suffer! Get a small trial bottle of old. honest "St. Jacobs Oil' at any drug store, pour i a nine in your nanu aim iuo it usm. , into the pain or ache, and by the ' time you count 50, the soreness and lameness is gone. Don't stay crippled! This soothing, penetrating oil needs to he used only once. It takes the ache and pain right out and ends the misery. It Is magi cal, vet absolutely harmless and doesn;t burn the skin. Advertisement. NKW CAKLIM.K. Mr.-,. Jennie Thurston I'aine. who was a' truest fir the jat w.-k f Mrs. Walter , KanMead, left Tuesday morning for lier ' home at Todelo, Ohio. j Atr. ami Mrs. i:ir:i Itann were guests , I Sunday f friends at Faporte. j yilss Maine Vail was hostess Saturday evening to the C. C eluh. j Mr. uid Mis. Chariot Van Husen of, South r.ond. formerly of New Carlisle, are i ifi rents tf a baby girl, born .lan. .".1. She has been named .Mary .lane. , Mrs. C. D. White returned Tuesday from i ! a several days' visit with her sister, .Mrs. ! i Charles Van Husen of South l'.end. Mrs. J. ii. Miles was a guest Tuesday of her niece, Mrs. Iterta Parker of South 1 Head. ; Mis Marne Vail is a guest of her eons- ! ins. Misses Kate and liniily Veil of l porte. Mrs. Sarah McKnin entertained the La dles' Aid sx ley of the Christian church,; Tuesday afternoon. j Paul .Martin has accepted employment in; the signal service with the Grand Trunk: Knilro id company. He began his new du-; ties Monday. John Hay of Chicago was a guest over the week end of relatives here. Mis. Will Miller entertained th C. W. ' l'. M. of the Christian church at an all ! day meeting Wednesday. , j Miss Stella Martin is a guest of relatives i in Laporte. I Miss Llla Sebring. who has boon in poor , health for some time, died at the family home Sunday evening. Funeral services were held at the resideuee at '2 o'd-x-k Tuesday afternoon. Interment was nude ! In the New Carlisle Cemetery. Mrs. H. W. Kaostoad entertained Mrs. : Alhv Wyekoff nnd .Mrs. IM. Pe frier at din ; r.er Friday in hoaor of her house guet, ', Mrs. Jennie Thurston Paine. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Haines entertained at dinner Sunday for the l itter's sMcr, , Mrs. Denver Galbreath. of Laporte. Mr. and Mrs. IM HauleNim ud -MIdren. of South Pend, were gucMs over the week end f Mrs. I hmieloif mother, Mr. Jen nio Pnos. ' Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Hirehlm of nulling' Prairie, were gueMs Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price. Ku$sell and Wayne Hatfield of He-ton. ' spent Suudav with Louis Long and fam ily. Simeon P.ronn vlsiteW his dauglter, Mrs. Charles Hatfield, at He;oii. Sunday. ! Mrs. Kos 5 r1 t!i t Vi of Laporte, was here Tuesday to visit friends. Frank Hauler, of South I'end. visited his ; sifter, Mrs. K. II. Drulluer. Mondav. corxTY i.ixi:. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kizi r and fatn 11 v were Sunday guo-ts of Mr. and irs. William Walters. Mrs. hnos liachtoi is inipiomg slowly Mr?? Arthur PalsJey vis'.ted with her sister in Pre:tun last Monday. The Misses Julia Pachtol and Poarl Wiseman wore Sunday .unests of Mr. ami Mrs. William Walters. Mis Viola Walters and Mi-rs Mvh osney of Lapaz were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 1eorgo Walters. Miss Lelna Kizezr was a guest of Mi..- Ksther Iillis la.t Sunday. Services vre well attended at the oliurch last Sunday and Sunday own ing. , Mrs. Jvizer is n better at this writ- UB BACKACHE AWAY First Millionaire Woman iells of Her Police Gown i Mis. Thomas V. Hart, wife of a millionaire, is a policewoman at j Muncie. Ind. She eives her salary to ; the unfortunate women to help whom she accepted this position. She car i ries a cluh, but calls it a "baton." The following btter is illuminating. 1 Kditor.) IIY Mils. T. I IIAKT. t I am proud of my uniform. It gives me protection. It commands respect. And then it is serviceable. I design ed it myself. It is of dark blue serge, skirt walking length, and Nor- , folk jacket with cult's, collar and belt j corded with rod. lirass buttons. ; with eagle on center, on cuffs and down front of jacket. Under jacket. which is unlined, I wear white shirt waist with Human collar. For street I have a heavy eassimere ntvv blue military cape with shoulder straps. two rows of brass buttons down front I of cape, with black braid frogs for I fastenings; military collar of black ' velvet. i nero are openings for my I arms at each side. My cap 1 had made to order, as well as my cape. The cap is same material as the cape. witn patent leatiier vizor and narrow strap around under m- chin to hold j cap on (no hatpins tor me!) My j policeman s star is of pilver, five- : pointed, worn on the left breast, al ways on the outside garment. Mv shoes are of heavy kid. IS buttons . My baton is dark cherry wood with heavy rod silk cord and tassel. I j have received numerous compliments on my uniform, which I designed J myself. My. summer uniform will be I a duplicate of this one. except the i material will be of heavy navy blue ; linen. My height is five feet five and ; a half inches. I weigh 140 pounds, i and I am a good walker; health fine. ; I can carry a "gun," and will when on night duty. Afraid? Not at all j Why. the gamblers, blind tiger keep ! ers and street walkers are scared sick I to use a bit of slang. nVKHtTOWN. Mrs. MalK-I Smith and Mrs. M.ie P.est called uu Mrs. Charles Howe Mmluy af ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Kedden visited relatives at New Carlisle Wednesday. Hattie Clemens and datigNter, Helen, vis ited the L. Y. Cauffuian fa.nily uu Portage Prairie Wednesday. .Mr. ami Mrs. J. P. Premier entertained I I'M friends at dinner lat TuesdHV. j Mrs. Snodgrass and Mrs. Gilbert are do ing some Interior deeo rating at Mm. Snod grass house in lluehanan. i Mr. and Mr.s. p. W. Iloone and family ! and William Penipev and fandlv were ! guests of the .1. Cuthbert family north of 1 town Sunday. Mr. IMggs wa the guest of Miss Hector i at the .1. lloit home Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hodge and Charles j Dodge were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. 1 -dg- at dinner Sunday. Hattie Clemens ealled on them after Sunday school. Mr. ami Mrs. II. I. Cauffman and Ger trude Srhollier, .ailed at the J. H. llest home Sunday afternoon. We wish to thank all those who have so i kindly donated toward the organ for th Sunday s hool and wish to state wo still ha ive some more monev on hand and will purchase chairs, as the eieasinj; every Sunday. crowds are in- BERNHARDT TELLS STORY OF HER LIFE 'it vvy.- y-vi Hi i -"v Proudly wearing the red ribbon of the Legion of Honor recently con ferred upon her, Sarah Bernhardt made her debut in a new role when she appeared on the lecture platform of the University dess Annales in Paris. The other day "P.ernhardt was the theme of Hernhardt'a lec ture, and she reviewed her life from her childhood days in a convent to her recent stage triumphs. PERSONAL INVENTORY How often do you take an inventory of your fi nancial condition? You have noticed the way small amounts spent, make large sums. Small a.nounts saved also make large sums. You have the tlrst chance at them; why not save them and deposit them at this bank at Com pound Interest. American Trust Co. Public Drug Store New Location 124 N. MICHIGAN ST. .- y- :-. r-. r , . . .-.-.-.-.-.--'.'v.- It -. On Savings, VU. v.-;-- ;::.S-; o:V,VV; fa jiA : Hi m 1 !i THE WIFE OF A MILLIOXAIItK WHO HAS RECOMK A POLICE WOMAN' THE UNIFORM SHE WEARS. DESIGNED J:V 1 1 EPS ELF. WYATT. ! The Farmers' institute hold at this place Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. L'O and f,o, ; proved a sue -ess. The weather was ju1te favorable with the exception of bad roads, ! hut this did not prevent the people from j attending, so that In the rive sessions in- l eluding the sess'ion Wednesday evening the ' attendance was large. I'.esides the lectures i by Mr. P.ordner Mrs. Ford lee, a state lee- J tiirer gave interesting talks on toyd'-s re- ; ferrlng to the home. There was plenty of! C c r - The Last Will and Testament Whv delay so Ferious a duty? Sick iitsa comes quickly, and a will should , b drawn when the testjitor is in phys- ilcal and mental good health. Call to day and lets talk It over. This bank will write and care for your will and no one except the of ficer writing; it will be acquainted with its contents. Poorly drawn wills supply the courts with bitter and disastrous liti gation. We make It our duty to safe guard the estate and the happiness of the testator's family by preparing wills which anticipate, as nearly aa possible, all future conditions. The St. Joseph Loan & Trust Co. 3 3 L t ll r Til When our wagon deliv ers Furniture to your home your neighbors will know that it is paid for. SMITH & FiET 14 Furniture, Rugs, Stoves. THE NEW STORE 326-328 S. Michigan St. n I M OLD FASHIONED FAMILY REMEDY FOR COLDS "' ' J2 - v v V . ; : v - , - ..' I : .-.. . . v - ' " H:' 1 t r.- -.; - ', - - - ; - V.';. vj-. . . ....... A 1 Ye ' I - ;. ?' v" v'v.-- i i t .v . . i ..,- - j . -r itw''..--. ;' r i ? '. v '.. r- - ' ' J ' : . .. . .. . -, v v t v - - ' j S ' - 4- k V -f 4 - - - ... . ? - - . & W - M v. .; : -V; --;r . :" j';v:i. vjV;.-;. v:'' - , : J --v -S.,J. L.': k " Mji0' ,4 i v;.Ar,-.x r- .: ' V."1 V.rvv''i;''s.;'.'-';.,i-'- i-'-T-' : -i ' " ' Ng.'-w '. -. : : -. . Father John's Medicine is a physician's prescription. Prescribed for the Rev. Father John O'Brien of Lowell, Mass., by an eminent specialist in 1855. Father John recommended this prescription to his parishioners and friends and in this way it be came; known as Father John's Medicine. This story is true and we guarantee to give $25,000.00 to any charitable institution if shown otherwise. Father John's Medicine will relieve coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles, and make flesh and strength if taken faithfully. It is not a patent medicine, and does not contain alcohol or poisonous drugs. Father John's Medicine is for sab- in South lb-nd by Cn.ii'.-v Drug Co., cor. Washington a v. and Michigan si., also Pnhlio Drug Store. Woods -Streibel. 124 N. .Michigan st., and practically all other drug stores in the city. If you have any dillii ulty in getting Father John's Medicine from your druggist, write to Father John's Medicine, Lowell. Ma:-., enclosing one dollar for a full sized bottle. music by the orchestra and piano :md piano dm ;s :ind vong nnd I violin reel- sue- i tatiotis. which helped jo make it a 1 cess. Miss njive spent Wedm Longenei.-Ker. of Wakanis.i, day and Thurdav here to lltend the institute. Mis Grace Kettiing is visiting frl'-nds at Wakaru-a. Ind. The teachers (f M;oii-iui to-. nill hold th'jr siii iiistlnue at t!i" Wyatt s(.ho(d building. Saturday. Fe!. 7. A sruon ii I'.ri liei ly lve w .1 - iri'eii at the Wy.nt Christiah church Friday night by a minister from Indianapolis. Ind. . EYES EXAMINED FREE Claxe Pitted at Moderate Prices Sat Kf action GurnlM(l DR- J. BURKE & CO. Optmttrrste and Mannfaet orln Optician. 239 S. Michigan St. Sunday 0 to 10 by Appointment. , NOTICK W'f duplicate anr tras th tame day. So matter who fitted tbruw. Urinr the pleo. (fBURKEaCO. r4L0 P TK I A H si) P UTH r t 1 IO10 1U r Change in Time SUNDAY, FEB. 8, 1914. Trains Leave South Bend for Chicago and Intermediate Points Daily. 5:20 A. M. 7:30 A. M. 8:25 A. M. :: 10:30 A. 1 1 :30 A. M. o:oo P. 1 1 :o P. 1 :30 P. M. Express Train: Pure Italian ive ALWAYS FR1:SH AT The Eliel Pharmacy EMIL REYER, Ph. G., Mgr. Cor. Washington Ave. & Latayetto St. Phones:. Home 5392; Bell 392. AND BODY BUILDING TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS CLEARING OUT SALE On Wall !iper. M Mi:h iiran Ave. :5c ( p.In at 1 ?t'c (Ai at I2;:c. 15c Ciil!s at loc; loc an.l 1 2c i'.tpjrs, -'W , C 1 'apcr: 6c; 6c Papers, j Meals at 1 c anJ :o,;. Wi -t :ii;ike nmni vx.v .Muck. O.diu aiLl make -cijcli'ins ea:i. J. V. Yerntz, Prop. SHORE I LINES 2:3() P. 4:3o P. 6:00 P. M. . M. 1 7:30 P. M. M. M. Han Anderson, N. .Main .t., and other dMu;fc''.l3.