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Monday. m.crMwrn 1 1. ion
! Social an! Other Interesfes of Women
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I)r. Viek ry'.s M.ri'd'-y clis will
nuet Tuesd.iy evnini: ;it o'clock at
th.- home of Dr. aii'i Mrs. (.'. I. Han
m 1, o 1 U 1 loratin rt.
Mis.-. Maud Heath- the l::i.-hton. will
t nt rtain the As You lake It lub.
Mis- Ilthel Moibtt. I.:1 Paris st..
will ntertain the ju--n I - -1 1 1 r cinle
of (!r;n- M. K. chinch.
The Woman's Hotiif MU-ionary s
iety of the i'irt M. i:. churth will
meet at 2:'J: o'clock at the church
narlors. The a.-sistiu hote-H s will
he Mr:
Alhcrt Myer?
Mrs. I. W
Place and Mrs. I, ll. Arh,-at. The
leader will b- Mrs. (ieore Taylor and
the topic "(ilirnpsea h.ickw ard and
The mothers' d ;a:tnient of the
rri.urfss cluh will meet at the cluh
rooms. Mrs. S. T. Apph-at" will give
;t juipT on "How to Cultivate the
Power of SYlf-Anr.i-ment."
The Worn n'.s I'ni.m I'.iMe 1 a.-s will
meet with Mrs. u. (',. Harding, MO
L-bl!ld :lV.
Mrs. Uliz;theth Kannfr, V. ol-
fa .iv., will entertain the. Silver Pleas
ure cluh.
Mrs. i:. C. Janc, I Broadway, will en
tertain the r.Kiadw.i.v club with its
annual Christmas party.
The Auten W. Ii. C. will entertain
with a thimble at the old court house
to which both members ami friends
are cordially invited. Hostess s will
be Mf sdames Dora Casey, Thekla Voe
disch, Kirirna Woofter, Genevieve;
lrantz, !retta Shock. Cora Hoffman,
Fmma Landtjruf and Mary Hively.
Mrs. Minnie Anderson, 7117 South
Pa i:d av., will entertain the Co As
Von Please cluh.
The Qui Vive club will hold a spe
cial meeting at the home of Miss
Winnifred Kryder, 01.' Riverside dr.
Final plans for the progressive Christ
mas party will be made.
The Colfax W. C. T. V. will meet
"Wednesday afternoon at the homo of
Mrs. C. L. Copp, 7JS California a v.
The program will be in charge of Mrs.
V. L. Axtel and the topic w ill be "The
Value of a Knowledge of Parliament
cry liw and J low It May He obtain
ed." The Women's Home Missionary so
ciety of Grace M. E. church will be
entertained at the tabernacle at 2:'M)
o'clock. The hostesses will be Mes
calines Fred Kuss, Franklin Rose.
P. Jcssiii. Iouis Kreidler and. Ira
leMasH. A reiew of the year will he
given by Rev. F. K. Daimherty and
music will be furnished by the .Lyric
Mrs. A. P. Jolinson. Jefferson blvd.,
Will entertain the Social Sixteen cluh.
Mr, C. A. Inibail, 7 0'j W. La.Salle
av., will entertain the Wednesday Aft
ernoon Embroidery cluh.
Mrs. 1 1. J-:. Vitou. Mrs. F. O. Jelli
son and Mrs. Ralph Method will en
tertain the Pythian Tea ladies at the
K. of P. hall.
Miss Ethel Zeitlcr. Ii- Sancome
av.; will entertain the Cosmopolitan
cluh. Plans will be made for assist
ing the poor of the city and for that
reason all members are requested to
lie present.
Mrs. E F. McKay, jto. S. Michigan
st.. will entertain the Women's For
eign Missionary society of Stull M. E.
Mrs. 'Just Johnson, lOL't Yassar av.,
will entertain the Cosy Corner circle.
Mrs. R. C. Pa '.:. N. Eafayette st.,
v.ill entriiain the Women's Literary
club at its regular meetinir.
Mrs. Peter Cordtz, i::iM 1'aFasnacht
av.. will be hostess to the L. S. S.
( ;(! Times eluh.
Tho Shakespeare circle will be en
tertained by Mrs. F. p. Eastman, S.
Main st.
Miss Irene Johnson, ""- Marietta
t.. will entertain the Youn- Women's
.Ali.-sionar' circle ef the First Chris
tian church.
The Women's Foreign Musionarj
society of Trinity M. E. church will
be. entertained by Mrs. Charles
Rom inc. Yasar a v.
Mrs. P. T. Morris, s 1 7 X. Atiamas
M.. will tntertain tlie Modern Ueehivc
Tlie Circle of Mercy will ive a
"pound" party ir. tlie library of St.
Patrick's hall. Each member will
contribute a pound of some eatable
to ho u'iven to charity.
Mrs. A. P. Prance W. Colfax av.,
v ill entertain the Mothers' eltib.
The .Vwin circle of the Herman
.ion church will met t at the parish
Mrs. Yina Cillman. 7'. 1 'istuli- a v.,
will entertain the Eureka club.
Mrs. W. (Jriesinm r. X. Scott st.,
v. ,11 entertain the I . I. Pedro cluh.
Mrs. Charles Sellers, l 1 4 S. Fel
lows .-.t.. will be hostess to the Pas
time club.
Mrs. Fred Lohauh. Miami st.. will
entertain the Ideal Embroidery club.
Mrs. A. I. Ro.uers. Elaine av.. will
entertain the Swastika cJub.
Thf - P. T. club will meet with
.Mrs. Tony Swanson. River Park.
The Taursdav dub will nuet with
Mrs .Marshel HiU'Ius, .".11 E. Monroe
The evening department of the
Protrress club will meet at 7:F o'clock
at the club rooms.
Miss Marie Krauser. 7'". South
Fcinl av.. will cctcrtaii: the 1 M.
J. M. Stndebaker. sr.. will entertain
nt lunch'vm at 1 o'..nk for John T.
McCutch Mn. the artooni-t. and Wil
bur P. X sbitt, the newspaper man.
Miss Yivian Huntsman. 7". 1 Cot
tiue Criv' a v.. will he ho ts to the
YoiaiK Women's l-'ore;!i Missior.arv
circle of the First M. E. church .
Mrs. H. J. Porter. 411 S. Main st..
Mother, Father, Sister and Brother all need good, sub- fj
stantial footwear now. Avoid those doctor bills by j
wearing good shoes.
Our shoes are the best in town for tae money. To
buy cheaper and poorer ones is to court sickness.
will entertain the Schuyler Colfax
chapter. I. A. II.
Mrs. Elmer Strayer. N. Scott St..
will he hoMess to the Women's auxil
iary of Westminster 1'resb.vterian
hive;., will entertain ttv! Frida;. After
noon Sewing circle
Mrs. Herman Martin. 7 1 2 Cairo!!
st.. will entertain the Monta.uk Few
ir; circle.
The Aid soc iety of the l-'iist Pre.--hytriian
enure;, will meet f.i thf
regular monthly session at the i h'irch
at unlay.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M'orkIe. T,?. N".
Hill st., will
Lmc1:v dub.
e:.t i ta in the Ha ;py ?o
Owin to the M-Cuai-; lecture sent ?.
the regular meeting of the Florence
Crittenton circle will not be held this
week, but w ill he postponed until the j
third Wednesday in January, when it,
will be held at the homo of Miss Alice I
reel. 4 1. S;. .Main si. ui;u unev,
W. E. .Miller will kivu an address.
At an important meeting of tho
Christian Endeavor society of the First
Christian church Sunday evening at
0:1a, oitieers for the ensuing year
were elected and arrangements made
tor the annual banquet of the society
which will take place in the church
parlors on X'ew Year's eve. The new
oitieers who 'wll be installed at that
time are: President. Mis Myrl Vance;
vice president. Miss Crace Loshbauh; i
secretary. Miss Frances Mitchel;
treasurer. Miss Emifia Mattern;
pianist. Miss Amy Krussell. The so
ciety meets regularly each Sunday
evening at 0:1.".
Invitations have been issued for the
wedding of Miss Grace Xeilsoti, dauth
ler of Mrs. Laura J. Xeilson. and I'. J.
Ward. The ceremony will take place
Dec. 30, at :0 o'clock at the home
of the bride's mother. ::17 W. Marion
Invitations were issued Monday by
the class of 11' 11! of the South Rend
hii;h schotd for its rirst reunion,
which will take place Pee. ::) at S p.
m. in the hi-h school --;yianasium. The
atfairs will be for all class members
and their friends. The members of
the high school faculty will be honor
truest. Artis orchestra has been cn-
uaed to play for dancing, thoimh ,
dancing will not be the only feature of
the occasion, and the committee,
composed of Miss Xellie Anders, Mis.sj
Elizaleth Asire, Warren Hlodgctt,
Walter P. Armstrong and Charles;
Ruechner, assures everyone a good
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith, -17 X.
St. Louis blvd., entertained at dinner
Sundn.v in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred llaaek, who were recently mar
ried. Places were set for 10 quests:,
among1 whom were the following from
out of town. Mr. and Mrs. William
Ilaack of Michigan City, pirents of
Fred llaaek; Mrs. I'reelend of Three
Oaks, Mich.; Miss Ethel Morgan of
Detroit. Mich. Following the dinner
William F.oren gave several piano se
lections. -
A company off 10 relatives and
frunds of William Sagcndorn. 1015
ITorine ct., gathered at his home for
Sunday dinner, the occasion being the
celebration of Mr. Sagendorn's -CHh
Mr. and .Mrs. C. A. Carlisle have
issued invitations for a holiday danc
ing party to be iriven the evening of
Pec. 2'S at the Indiana club.
Mrs. V. c. Eberhart will be hostess
at a tea Saturday afternoon at her
home in Mishawaka and Mrs. E. (J.
Eberhart has issued invitations for a
similar function Pec. L'l'.
Mrs. IL L. Smith and Mrs. Charles
Mitchell will entertain the Young
Woman's Missionary society of the
First Methodist church at 7::I0 o'clock
at the church.
The Misses Edith and Gladys
Maurer and Mrs. Frances Maurer Heil
have returned from New York city to
their home. 101 S W. Colfax av. As the
Maurer Sisters' concert party they
have been touring the east under the
management of the Eedpath Lyceum
Anthony Wolf, secretary to Con
gressman Parnhart, left South Ilond
Monday for Washington, I). C.
Mayor Fred W. Keller ha.-; been ask
ed by the Citizens' league of Ir.d'ana
to attend a meeting of their organi
zation at Ft. Wayne next Thursday.
The meeting has been called to dis
euss various features of the reeent
constitutional convention movement,
upon which a state-wide vote was
cast at the recent election. The may
or stated that he would not attend
owing to the press of other matters.
vor can't .rmiu
To buy impure candies for your chil
drenSpecify PHI FA candies and
you'll know you're getting the purest
am! best. Advt.
Tl Fa! 71
Easketball activities in the Sunday
school Athletic league open tonight
at the Y. M. C. A. when the first trames
of the season will be played. Four
games, the lirst to begin at s o'clock,
will be played.
At s o'clock the First Pn shyterian
team will clash with the Epworth Me
morial; at :'bi the Westminster Pres
byterian Tram clashes with the Trinity
PrVsbyterian; ot 0 o'clock the Eirst
Christian meets St. James Episcopal;
at !::: St. Paul's M. E. and the First
Eaptist teams; play. All players in
these teams average 13 pounds or
The season for the second divisicn
of tho.se teams averaging under l2o
pounds, opens next Saturday afternoon.
At '2 o'clock St. Paul's meets W st
m.inster Presbyterian: at 2:-'0 the First
Raptist meets the First Presbyterian;
at o'clock the First M. E. nuets the
Heme Chapels.
Athletic Dircdcrr Miller announced
Monday morning that all games will
be free and that extra seats will lie
provided for spectators.
Taking into consideration the most
unpropitious weather of yesterday, the
Jive meetings in the McCuaig cam
paign, which culminated with the '
o'clock meeting in tlie Presbyterian
church wore remarkable.
In the afternoon at the high school
auditorium several hundred men
biaed the storm to hear Dr. Mc('uai-r
speak on the "Worst Man in South
Fend." Mayor Keller presided. The
sp aker differentiated between lhr
common forms oi badness, which are
most largely the result of untauht
ness, fill that worse badness where
theie is not the excuse of untaught
ness. where the man knows to do
right pretends to do right, and yet
persists to jo wrong1.
"He is a bad man," said the doe
tor, "who trot s to church on Sumfay,
ami robs his employes the other six
days of the week. He is a b-l man
and a bad father who will let his boy
fall where he fell because he does
not warn the boy of- the pitfalls in
the path into which he fell."
At - o'clock today in the Westmin
ster Presbyterian church Pr. McCuaig
began the course of lectures on eugen
ics. His topic tomorrow will be ihe
"Care of the Hoy." At Z:U) in the
First M. E. church and at 0::b in the
V. W. C. A., he speaks on "Woman's
Relationship to Man." and at the same
time tomorrow lie will speak on "Se
lection in Mateship." Tonight at S
o'clock in the First Presbyterian
church, he gives the tirst)f- four ser
mons on "Sin," dealing with "Sin in
the Seed."
Argument inspired by the European
war was the cause of a listie encoun
ter .Saturday afternoon whiehwas
amicably settled in city court Monday
mornimr. Steve Pronkowski. 82. " Al
tonio st.. Maciei Xizicki, L'l 1 7 Huron
st., and Frank Craszkowski, S0 Ber
lin st., were the principals. Tut; lat
ter accused tlie other two of assault
and hattery. Pronkowski was not lo
cated by the police until lie walked
into the police station just as the case
was called Monday morning.
After some argument Gracjkowski
agreed to withdraw prosecution in the
matter and the three men walked out
of the court room together. It was
said that each took the side of an
army in the war and declared that his
favorite would win. Fefore the ar
gument was. closed two of the partici
pants were given black eyes and the
other a stiff jaw.
William B. Rodgers, SOS S. Michigan
st., caused a momentary sensation in
city court Monday morning when he
was arraigned for intoxication.
Uodgers is a deaf mute and the court's
usual question "Are you guilty or not
guilty?" had to be written on paper.
Rodgers' answer was "Yes, sir," writ
ten in big letters. He drew a sus
pended sentence of 11 days.
Hey-Ph for the kiddies' frolic:
The time has rolled around again
for the annual Christmas festival for
he children of all the kindergartens
of the city held by the South Rend
Kindergarten Training school in the
Melville building. The frolic of this
year will take place Wednesday after
noon between 4 o'clock and 5 in Mel
ville hall.
With an opening march in which all
the children will participate, a pro
gram of games and yuletide stories
will occupy the hour, closing with Un
serving of dainty refreshments. The
frolic is always one of the attractive
events of the early holidy season and
is one which is enjoyed by several
hundred little ones, who 'in their
dances and games, embodv verv beau
tifully the spirit of Christmas."
Friday evening the training school
will give its annual Christmas enter
tainment for its grown-up friends.
Mrs. Alma O. Ware will tell several
Christmas stories and the students of
the training school will sing some of
the simple Christmas hymns taught
to kindergarteners. One feature of
the entertainment is always a verv
prettily decorated tree.
At special services Sunday morning
at 7:.:c "clock at St. Joseph's churoh
the Holy Name society approached
holy communion in a body. Kev. John
Cavanaugh, president of Notre Dame
university, officiated at the mass and
in a short sermon commended the :."'
nu mbers of the society for their faith
fulness. Ladies of the modern Maccabees,
regular rmeting Tuesday eenimr.
"Let's drop into this restaurant."
"I don't believe I care to eat anv
thing." "WelJ. come in and gt a new h.u
for your old one any., ay." 1... tn
Mary Carden. Ilfibigant. D'Jerkirs.
Jake. Kot;er Jv- C.allett perfuaies. all
make safety razors, toilet sets, ne-nature
sets, mirror?. otto C. Listian.
Druggist. Auditorium theater. Adv!
Biggest Woes
Arc Imaginary
Sensitiveness Gone Wrong is
Merely One Form of
ly Ileal rief Fairfax.
"Mo-t of o'ir il! we have cured.
And the sharpest we still have
Hut what torments of pain we en
dured From the troubles which ncv&r
Imaginary woes are harder to bear
than are real ones teeau.se in tilting
at shadows we have no real sub
stance to light. When real sorrow
comes we are so busy linding a way
to mend it that we can scarcely find
time to sit back and think. "How can
1 endure this'.'" etual enduring of
trouble brines all uur finest strength
into play for the meeting of stern
reality. Put facing imaginary sor
rows is simply taking the halter off
your imagination and permitting that
unrestrained steed to plunge you into
abyss after abyss of woe.
Now of all the imaginary woes from
which we suffer unnecessarily," there
is no more agonizing pain for us to
bear than tlie sorrows of over-sensitiveness.
To be sensitive to the shades of the
meaning of the harmony of life is
to be ii poet. To be sensitive to the
beapty of a sunset or a rose may
make ou a painter. All sensitive
ness of :-oul that feels and responds
to beaut is music or poetry whether
or no the one who feels can express,
that quality of self-love that impels
us to ';o through life looking for
slights and hurts and wounds to the
vanity that would be hist with all it
And this form of sensitiveness takes
the form of wearing your heart on
your sleeve for all to behold and for
any who will (and many who would
not if it were possible to avoid the
collision!) to crush and bruise.
There are plenty of people in the
world who are blindly selfish and will
hurt you whenever you put them to
tlie test of friendship or reliability.
And 'now foolish is it to expect loyalty
and consideration from people such as
these when once they have failed you
and put you in a position where with
the least hit of discernment and judg
ment you might judge them and
transfer that sensitive heart of yours
at least under covering of your sleeve
and out of harm's way!
There are other people who are too
lazy to trouble to avoid hurting your
oversensitive susceptibilities. From
them too that heart-trimmed sleeve
will get a buffet or two.
And then there are the considerate
folk who care for you and your
friendship and do everything in rea
son not to hurt you or to lacerate
your feelings. Hut as they can scarce
ly tell on which sleeve that invisible
hut extremely tender and bruisable
heart of yours is worn, they too must
grieve you even when they least de
sire to do so.
You can imagine yourself insulted
and injured and abused whenever you
let yourself distort the evidence and
so take offense at things that are in
themselves perfectly innocent.
There is pain enough in the wcrld
without going out of your way to
find it. Put it can be wrested from
almost any set of circumstances or
imaginings. And you can overvalue
th enature'sof people and then under
value their actions and so by expect
ing too much of them and thinking
too badly of their actions you can
manage to get yourself verv unhappv
over treatment that either is no't
worth noticing at all or is clearly not
intended to hurt you.
Keep your judgment of people clear
and unidealized. So it will be good
for human use. And keep your heart
firm and sane in its proper place func
tioning away as a blood-pumping
organ, so it, too. will be good for
human use!
Young Man Asserts Innocence and
Case is Set for Tuesday Four
Companies Answer Fake Call.
was arraigned in city court Monday
morning for turning in a false fire
alarm at Z o'clock Sundav morning.
He pleaded not guilty and the case was
continued until Tuesday morning,
while bond was fixed at $25.
Hchultz is alleged to have turned in.
an alarm to answer which four com
panies were compelled to turn out.
The alarm was false but Patrolman
Kssick followed tracks leading from
the alarm box which he claims led to
the house of Schultz. There the lat
ter was routed out of bed and taken
to the police station. His shoes, ac
cording to Lssiuk. exactly fitted' the
tracks in the snow.
His talc to th- effect that he had
been drugged with wine served at a
wedding supper Saturday evening had
ro eJieet upon Judge Warner in city
court Monday morning when Gergoe
Garrison. X. Hill st. grocer, was ar
raigned for intoxication. He drew jQ
days in the county jail, the time to be
served at work upon the city streets
Garrison, according to Judge War
ner and other officials, has appeared
more times in city court and had the
greatest variety of excuses for hi pe
riodical .-prees than any ether man in
South i:end. The last time Garrison
was an tsU d ho had entered a south
sid'- grocery store after- telling the
proprietor that he would sell his. en
tire stock within two hours. He was
released a few days ago from the sen
'enec he drew at that time.
Tor THAT ( oi (,Tr3ow.
When you catch Cold, or beJn to
Couph. the first thing to do is to take
IT. Hell's rine-Tar-Honey. It pene
trates the linings .f the Throat and
I. ungs .trid rights tlie Germs of Dis
ease, piving wuick relief and natural
healing-. '-Our whole family depend
on finc-Tar-lNuu for- Coughs and
Colds." whius Mr. i:. Williams, Ham
ilton. hio. It always helps. lie. at
your DjuggiiU Advt.
Newly New
from New York,
Special B
Special B
Special B
These are the Best
ot tiie wesson seairecf
and hurried on to
quick Sale at low
Photograph of Her on Alan's Knee i.s
CHICAGO, Dec. l:). Michael Nigro.
an Italian, .Sunday cut his wife's?
throat with a razor as she lay adcep
in bed. He then rushed to the iuth
Clark street police station and told
the desk sergeant he had killed his
wife. Nigro held in hi: hand a post
card photograph showing his wife sit
ting on a man's knee with her arms
around his neck. The man is Domi- j
nick Tcdcsco, Xigro's cousin. When
the police went to Xisyro's home they
found the woman's hodv in bed with
her head almost severed.
Hecause of the quarantine, hunting
with doss or any form or trespass
ing is forbidden on land belonging to
the undersigned in Warren township:
A. Hose, XV. McDonald, XV. Klopfen
stcin, J. Kramer, M. Augustine, S. I).
Osborn, Ii. iSnouse, Elmer McDonald.
We desire to thank the 'many
friends and neighbors who so kindly
assisted us during the late illness and
death of our beloved wife and mother.
The annual meeting of the share
holders for the election of Directors
of the Merchants National l?ank.
South Bend, Indiana, will he held in
the Directors' Rooms Tuesday, Jan
uary 12, 1915, from 2 to 1 p. m.
C. W. CO EN. Cashier. s
Meerschaum pipes, military hair
brushes, cigar cases, Waterman Foun
tain Pens. Otto C. Dastian. Druggist,
Auditorium theater. Adv.
sriTAHu: a mas (;irrs. .
Kodaks, Jl.O'i up: kodak alliums,
calendars. tto C. liastian, Druggist,
Auditorium theater. Adv.
Iiy mutual agreement the clothing
llrms of Livingston, Samuel Spiro tvi
Co., Adler Dros.. the Vernon and the
Quality Shop will not start to keep
open evenings until Thursday, aftr
which Jate they will he open every
evening until Christmas.
will give a bazar and pastry sale Tu
dav and Wednesday. 212 S. Michigan.
Will make to order 100 suits at
each ar.d !'." overcoats at $ - each.
J. J. Kreuzberger, Merchant Tailor,
2 lti W. Jefferson blvd. Adv.
M.XTISM. livery', (.(ly who N cfllicted with
liheurnatism in any form should by all
means keep a lxttle af Sloan's Lini
ment on hand. The minute you fel
pain or soreness in a joint or muscle,
bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do
not nil) it. Sloan's penetrates almost
immediately r:ht to the oat of pain,
relieving the hot. tender, swollen
feeling and making the ;art easy and
comfortable. Oct a bot'.Ie of .loan's
Liniment for cents of any dru-j-ist
urii have it in the house against
Colds. Sore and Swollen Joints. Lum
bago, Sciatica and like ailments. Your
money back if nt satisfied, but it d
give almost instant relief. j:uv a
Lottie to-day Ada.
T3 n
rand New Coats $15.00
rand New Coats $18.00
rand New Coats S25.00
WUtm JL1 aa
Successor to Wilhelm's
Sjxxial Values
Suits at Slii.OO to $25.00
2- s -y,
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321 South Michigan SS
MA? Wi: C.M1I1Y A ( OMI'LKTi:
George H. Wiieelock & Go,
Boys' Gun Metal Shoes,
all sizes-; $1.50 values,
Big Shoe Store,
116-122 E. Wayne Av.
Open evenings Until Xmas.
and Ueadactf H(-li''vel without tie use
of Drus by
Kwuth UrnJ't LraUinf Op tomr t rlt and
M. nufa- turins 0;itu iau
II. l'!.nif I 5J! 15.11 !' nt
huaJi)i frwiu it tu )i;:. a. ux. by Aj;ulct
f-pf Gifts
1 Ci
l-cv.::r:::::;- -V
and Vanities
ARE MUCH JesircJ bv
Her LaJvship." We
have S'diie line Jein.
engrave,! an J plain 3t
very reasonable prices.
auer s
::-l-"loor Jew lry ."-'tore.
"I'KN kvi:nin;s
We Can Save You One-Half
on Your Dental Bill.
Come in and talk i: over
'vvith us. Examination Free.
No charge tor extracting
when ordering new teeth.
Painless Ixtraciinir ."'V.
White Denial Parlors
111 't Wahinton .r.
(r.er Htrr'.- V.-k S. rc.
I.iidv Atti-iidant.
0;jer. Tii-s. f h":r. -i!.d .it. X;.'
phono M.iin t2U.
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