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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMEb INDIANA TO BOOST WHEAT HERE Indiana Council of Defense Also Goes on Record For Pork Increase. i i ri. i . A l!! wh'.-il !!!:. a liiOH rit - i t!. i :m - I r.- the 1 1 s -)'fMie, at it ri.r ! i 1 1 ! p r- ! i.. r il . iv .. ; T A . ! i !. Tl.. i 'l i! ! liOnn, upon ' o I n i a n of 1 produrtion .-täte couih il - Jpport of a pork produc h.- ' ! , w : . t:o i ' : .-n -.) er and a.-.kd that .1 ! a' iiext meeting named to devi- plans r ion of -hi ep from the ."-tray do;. indorsed tile attitude i'.'." rounly council of - aitio'l relative to ! a i it th '' o r . i r . 1 1 or th- p: u ' if Tlo- ... ; the "" l p ; i i ! 'f(-:a- r. ir-- i . a j ' . i 1 1 ) ' j . i - in '-'ari'M- 'iii.trd the (.'in t y . The I ; p -advis.-d auain-t a 1 ii.'iu a i u a ' Ue -r. 01 t a - !.eidk mi-riit t !-alayett' !ifc;i:sp of of farm iai.or. which it a: t ra.'-ted from the : ld Tii- Man !ard W'he-d works of T i i e I bint-, wherv I'm employe-1 il. on strik". has agreed to rnedia t "on , the fedej.il war industries- o..iid. ,t i !! i n to a report made ? the ci. in. il by '"harb-s Fo, chair :..a:i of tise labor committee. I'ro'n Allere! SiiIImt.v. Prank Wampier. .-'.unin- Murvlock ..nil M. II. Kurrie, were ajipointed to :ne-tiL,ate the aliened discrimina tion against soldiers in the use of '!.e imildinics and campus at Purdue 1. 1. 1 v ers!t . where it -va- repeated to the coum il the .-old jern were de i .ed oivileyes accorded to students. The . oiiiicil accepted an invitation Join the Ries Refigerator Club Any Refrigerator up to Slu. - luring this Club Sale, $1.00 cash, $1.00 week. CIO "T1 front icer r- vlt7öü frlgetr.it. r i made of seasoned hardwood lined with 'h.-trcoal and mineral wool, will cut jour ice bill In half. 11 .7! I S II ,-ar 17! 1 - f "' l-W1 - .v S I .v r r;- ! ;i ; , 1 f I I i t CHILDREN'S $1.50 SLIPPERS $1.00 Children's Patent Leather 1 -Strap Pumps, worth 51.50. tor MISSES' $1.50 OXFORDS $1.00 Misses' W hite Canvas Lace Oxfords, worth 51.50, for MISSES $2.50 WHITE SHOES $1.65 Misses' White Fabric Lace Iinlish Toe Shoes, worth S2.50, for $5.00 OXFORDS AND PUMPS $2.95 Women's Best Quality Pumps, rlaek and tan, worth up to $5.00, for 1 i i! 5en 5eriee AND MICHIGAN STATE HAPPENINGS to meet A'jjt. 14th at the. country h"rne of Oeorp AJe, Brook. Ind., with th- rn'-rnbrs of th foo1 ori mitte. as thn KU-sts of Mr. Ade anl Warrtn T. MrOray, the latter beini; chairman of the foo'l rommittf . HENS MUST LAY FOR THEIR LIVES IN WAR NH Tin.rs Sr.rfl.-il S r vir , Ind.. I-AFAV KTTi:. Au?. S' ir.f? th d'liVerin- of r.n ultinpit- um to Io.Jiin.i hens by th dfpart mr.r of agriculture and exUnsun Iartii)'nts of Purdue university. either (o ' work or fiht." in othf-r '.var!s lay f.r their live, consider able interest haw been shown In tho culling campaign Inaugurated this w-r-k in Indiana. Layers nre hir.ff j Ff-lrct-d fi oin liars In the Moc k. If a hen is not InyInK, she nu show cause to the poultry experts of Pur due university who are starting on a. series of cullir.k' demonnr.itions in every rounty, why she should not start her roPI torasfe career. If a hen has on her fray farmer. ene cosiuiiie, cnance.s are sne is a poor layer, while ir .he has on the ' real overall ,;arh of the farm, is con- ! siderahly ruffled and Mill healthy, it ' i-? a sure bet that she is more than 1 paying her board. i Here are a few earmarks of the 'laying hen: bright red com! and i wattles; wide pelvic arches. etc.. ' theve and other points help the ex perts to pick the layers from the war loafers of the barnyard. n four farms in every county in Tn jdiana Prof. A. C Philips. I,. I,. ! Jones. C. W. Garrick and one or ; two others asistins: in the work I j will Kie demonstrations, i The poor layers will h culled j from the flocks as a means of savlc. feed, giving the worth while chick jens a better opportunity and civ j in the owners a better market price jthin they would otherwise sot I w hen they dispose of what they I would pick as the poor layers j about Thank'sprivinp. 1 In a flock recently culled by L. I.. Jones, of Purdue university, 17 I birds out of 102 on the farm were ; found to have never paid for their feed. On another farm '2 2 out of 66 I chickens were discharged as war loafer?. INTERESTS WILL ATTEND COMMISSION HEARING ! N'.vs-Tinie Special Sendee: I SlirciJJYVILLE. Ind., Aug. Representatives of various interests j in Hancock county w ill attend the 1 hearing before the public service commission tomorrow at Indianap olis on the petition of the Citizens' j Gas. Oil and Water company of this city, for authority to discontinue jthe supplying of natural gas to its i former patrons In this section of i the state The company sets forth ; in Its petition that the supply of ! natural gas is exhausted and that J to erect an artificial gas plant in order to serve its patrons here and .to take up its lines outside of Shelbyville. OIL BOON CONTINUES IN WARREN COUNTY ' Nev! -Times Sprri.il Service: ; HUNTINGTON, Ind., Aug. 8. : The oil boom in the rejuvenated ( Warren oil fields near here con j tinues with the drilling of four new I well. One of these wells, when shot. I developed into a nrty barrel pro- i I ducer and indications are that j , others will become close rivals of t that vell. The Indiana Pipeline Co. i has contracted for the output of the ; March Petroleum Co. and the Pro l ducers and Refiners' Co.. which I ow n the wells In the Warren fields. Marv Jane $1.00 TT T "S Tm iftl 7T H-T1 TITVSn CTN 'S Baby Doll Pumps, worth $1.50, for $1.00 WOMEN'S Women's $1.65 Leather and worth S3. 00, Oxfords and $2.95 Side Better Shoes for Less here 314 South Michigan Street BIT 0' CHEER TODAY i.il 'T i : I Red Cro'.x j in Ohio. Irvh.'T.'i I dealing u ith tn Knt tick v ai than 7.000 fain- , liies les of poMiers anil sailors a month arcinllr. t.j th monthly report by J rinses J. Fiser. of th' Iikp U- vision of the American 1 1 - 1 tro-v director of civilian rel:-f. Thi? report shows that during the past month 4,Cr Ohio families: 1. ')M Indiana families and S30 Ken tucky families receiypi' attention v from the eh.iptr li"ni service -tions. Altogether 1 ,t I of these families received financial aid. which aKresatd $2iMl'S.;i. Indiana va? the ir.t "late to reach the 1 00 per cnt mark orjcaniz.ation of K1 Oro.vs in 1 1 1 e home i-ervice stations. I'ach of the l-", chapters in the Ktate of Indiana has a home sei vie station. MORE THAN 6,000 SILOS IN INDIANA I j Nf. s.Tln,., t.ul Seni.e: LAFAYKTTi: hid uz !v- -ilos. More than 0,000 of the lo.OOu which is hoped to be erected in In diana this summer, have been pledged or already constructed, Maurice Douglas, state leader in the campaign for silos, reported to day. This in ans that Indiana i more man nail over the top in ihis; branch of the food production ind conservation campaign. Although three counties. Kaporte, with a quota of silos; Switzerland with and Harrison, with 126. are' already reported as bein over the i top in the campaign many other counties in the Hoosier state have, their juotas mote than half filled.! I' "ry man who has purc hased a I .- mi.1 . . .(in m 'i ... ii:t state food production and cons-er- i vation committee t) get at least one oher man to erect a .silo. In practically every county of the state the silo tours have been held, silo weeks have been observed r some other means of boosting the silo project have been taken. Ag riculture statisticians have figured out that the feed saved by the j erection of a silo on a 'arm for feeding livestock will provide food enough for SO soldiers. "ALL TOGETHER" IS NEW EXPRESS SLOGAN News-Times Speeial Service: INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Aug. S. "All Tosrether." This is the motto of the employes of the American' ltaiyway Express company. which Is the consolidation of the former! competing express companies, and within the next two weeks railroad ticket agents and employes nece- sary to the operation of separate down town ticket ofhves will be op erating on the "All Together" basis in the new consolidated ticket office on Monument Circle here. Men who formerly represented on the Pennsylvania. Monon. Lig Four. Louisville and Nashville, and other railroads here will all be back of the counter working together under the direction of William G. McAdoo, director general of the railroad ad ministration. FIND MUSKEGON WOMAN NOT GUILTY News -Time pe i.i i Sern e : l ML7KEOON". Mich.. Aug. S. After being out less than one hour a jury found Mrs. Cora Sanasace not guilty of the murder of her band. Try NEWS-TIMES WANT AD. 2C $1.50 PUMPS FOR $1.00 Misses' and Children's White Canvas $1.00 $1.75 SLIPPERS FOR $1.00 Women's White Canvas 2-Strap Slippers, worth SI. 75, (j QQ $3.00 PUMPS $1.95 1 and 2-Strap Patent Vici Pumps, for $1.95 MEN'S $4.00 OXFORDS $2.50 One lot of Men's Oxfords, good quality, worth S4.00, $2 50 Store WOMAN BURNED TO DEATH IN HOTEL FIRE AT CRYSTAL FALLS .Wn -'I i UK Spf-ial St-rvi 'KY.STAI, FALLS. Mich.. Au-. v. Miss Theresa Deland was burned to death when f.re dt-stroed th Lockwood hotel here Wednesday, r'merpon McNeil of Virginia City. Minn., and Donald Gillies of Cleve land, superintendent and general manager respectively of tho Mc- Kinnev SteM Co.. were sevcrelv urned when thev were forced to jump from the third floor of the hotel to escape the flames. The tire is believed to have been started by defective electric wires. RIOT THREATENED AT HUNTINGTON. IND. News-Tirr.es spe. ial Servue: HUNTINGTON. Ind.. Aug. S. j What mi'ht have been a serious riot -'ii Kiri.li' a vortert U'nilnosiv n i " h t in this city when an argument arose between Henry Harvey, a well-to- j do farmer living south of Hunting ton, and John Mann, a tradesman, over the subject of war chest as sessments. Harvey stated openl' that he would not pay a cent toward the chest, and became violent in his denunciations of the system. A crowd of some 300 persons gathered quickly and it was seen that Har vey was in imminent danger of be- j ing mobbed. The police got him laway. and when questioned at head j quarters, he gave his reason for his I assertions as being of the opinion j that the money was put to sectarian 1 U5cs. He was later released. TEACHERS ON RECORD AGAINST HUN SPEECH xew-s rtiiics Srn inl Servii-e: INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. Aug. Recommendations fr a biw abolish ing the teaching of the German lan guage in the public schools and M other proposed laws were adopted at a meetintr of the legislative com mittees of the state teachers' a.-so-ciation. the fdate county school su- perintendents' association. state city school superintendents' associa tion and allied organizations, held I in the state house Wednesday. L. j N. Hines. republican candidate for 'superintendent of public instruction. ! was chairman of the meeting and i E. J. Llewellyn of New Castle was ! secretary. MANY NATIONS ARE REPRESENTED IN CAMP I w s-Tiines Spe.-ial Servi. e : j CAMP SHERMAN. Ohio.. Aug. 5 i Cosmopolitanism in the ranks jof the national army at Camp Sher jman is one of the outstanding fea j tures of the situation here. Prac j tically every nation of the world is 'represented in the ranks of the div isions stationed here and of the ol j diets in the ranks here thre are " . i 4 4 w ho speak languages with ; greater ease and accuracy than ! the speak English. Italian takes the lead with 7ÖJ fon of our 'Italian ally in the ranks, while next ! to the Italians Creece stands eec ;ond v.-ith u25 men being natives of ithat country. 2531 R,FLES F0R i INDIANA GUARDSMEN J New s-Tiinos Special SrrvPe INDIANAROLIS Ind., Au: The receipt of J , 3 1 rifles for use by hus- the Indiana state militia and Liber j ty guard organizations in Indiana i expected within the next few weeks. Word ha? been received from the war department at Wash ington that the ordnance depart ment has been organized to issue llS.i'07 rifles for u? hv various state military organizations as soon as possible. The seventh annual Redpath Chau tauqua for Goshen, held in a tent on the Chandler school lot. came to an end Tuesday night. In a report submitted today It is shown that the chautauqua yielded net profits of J2"ö0 to the local committee. There was no balance in the treasury, the 1917 Chautau qua having barely paid expense?. Tor the offering this year total re ceipts from the sale of season tickets were $2. JIG. The local committee did not share in $375 obtained from single admission?, the contract be ing a guarantee of 700 scaton tick ets. 3D per cent from season tickets over the guaranteed numbtr and percentage from single admissions after the Redpath management tak ings had reached $2.300. In all 52 season ticket were sold, the local committee getting one-half of the proceeds from 16 of them. Up until Wednesday morning 10" persons had signed the 119 lis: of guarantors and it is believed the number will be increased to 12 which insure? a chautauqua for next year. A. C Miller has been named as a Ilietnot-r f the N'uppailee school buai d. C. W. Jed in sc. a win was IiUIant for the pkue. was un:tble to luulify on lie unnl of being tt .'.Me. of Locke tovvn.-liip. As result of the eriorts of decree Goshen News II. Iliiiipiej. fi retari of the Cikii iM sountv' if yisti at ion board and demo iratic nomine- for "ietrw of the court?. h rranicements hae seen completed whereby voter respHnr in various rtum of th county M'.iv register in the following piACe rf-w vs. A a In jafAA United. Aü:. -1: Wak?. rusa. Au?. u; Nw Pari, Auc. 1'.; Uenton. Au-r. 1: Millerbure. Auj;. 1; Mid- dlbury. Aus. 14- 0r r rf""" voders registered at Nnp- pänee d u : i r. th.e w ek tt aside for that purpose. Merrill Hillet and Mi. Tre a I. DeKamp, both of this city, motored to t. Joe Sunday and were united in marriage. They were accompanied ty the bride's sister. MHs MildrcJ Pelcamp, and Cecil . . Jones. For the present. Mr. and Mr?. Billet will rsid on a farm southwest of Goshen In Wednesday's issue of the I -a -prange Democrat-Call. a weekly newspaper. Henry O. Eldr.dge. own er of the property and the editor, who is postmaster of Iiianqp. un nounces If en rv . the sale the paper to K. Bartholomew, residing vest of Goshen, who will take pos session about Sept. I. Postmaster Eldridge has been in the newspaper business since 1S6. when hn bought the Middlebury Independent, now owned by Harry E. Bloom. After spending a short time at Athen. Mich., and at Sturgis, Mich., where he had papers. Mr. Eldridge seven years ao bought the Iagrange Democrat. In he acquired the Lagrange Call and merged the weeklies, under the name of the Democrat-Tall. Until paper becani so high, a semi-weekly was issued. The Democrat was established in 1ST?. Mr. Bartholomew was formerly employed on the Goshen Democrat and on the South Rend Times. He several years ago owned and edited the Warsaw Weekly Union and has had extended and varied newspaper experience. Mr. Bartholomew now resides on Edgewood. a Concord township farm about three miles west of Goshen, which he will prob ably dispose of within a short time. Elkhart News .News -Times Special Service: ELKHART. Aug. S. The drown ing; of Samuel O. Dolph in Chris tiana creek here Tuesday evening is surrounded by a mystery and Coroner Holderman will conduct a complete investigation before an in quest is held. Dolph met his death with at least J0O people within 100 feet of him. He was last seen talking with a friend on the bathing beach. No one mis.ed his presence Another strange thing is that the clothes of the boy have not vet been found. The Dolph family moved to Elk hart recently from Rochester, Ind., and the body will le taken there for burial. Resides the parents, three lister? survive. They are: Mrs. William Alexander of Elkhart. Mi"-s Marie Dolph of Fo"t Wayne, and Mad?" Dolph of South- Bend. Lxasperated by repeated failures' to obtain ice during the torried weather. prominent residents of Klkhat t are today taking steps to I 1 resent the situation before the' state public service commission. From all parts of the city during i the past few days complaints have! been heard regarding the poor ! ?-er ice rendered by the ?t. Joseph ' Ice company. In many case? homes ; have been without ice since last , Saturday. The company controls the city'" , ice supply and is seemingly unable j to meet the present enormous de- j mands. In response to inquiries as o whv such conditions exit. offi cials of the company state that iM is as the result (f labor shortage, j The St. Joe Ice company, accord- i ing to the interpretation of a prom inent attorney, is a public utility j and if it cannot meet its respon- 1 sibilitics to the people, proper au- i thorities p.re likely to take action ; which will inure service. I On a change of venue from St. Joseph county court?, saiit was filed here Wednesday in the superior court by the Northern Indiana Brick company apalnst the Portage Urick company, on account. Ac companying the suit is a petition for the appointment of a receiver. It is claimed that the defendant is BEST GROCERIES Seif Service GROCETERIA 316 SOUTH MICHIGAN STREET pecials for Friday and Saturday COME AND VISIT THIS STORE Best Creamery Butter, per pound 46c Calumet Baking Powder, 1 pound can 21c Argo Starch, 1 lb. pkg. .9c Quaker Corn Flakes, per package 10c Selected Yellow Peaches in Syrup, per can. . .21c Fould's Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 pkgs. . . 19c 2-Lb. Pkg. Rolled Oats 16c Pompeiian Olive Oil, lialf pint can 45c 8-Oz. Tumbler Peanut Butter for 21c Takhora Bi.dit, 10c pkg. for 8c indebted to the plaintiff to the sum of $ 2.31S.1 1 with Interest at six per cent from Aug. 1. 1917. Judg ment of 2..00 is asked. Atty. John A. Kibberd of South Hend represents the plaintiff. Harrv Weaver. ' AFpenwald avenue, sustained severe cut? about his legs lat nifht when h: motor cycle collided with a N. Main st. c .-. A vegetable peddl5!- wa bad ly cut about the face this noon when his Ford bumped a Hickory st. car. Aug"? Ludwig, well-known farmer of "Meveland township. i?us tained a fracture of his right leg Wednesday when he fell from a load of oat. He was alone at the time of the accident and his cries for help wtre not heard until three hours lter. A neighbor found the injured man in an exhausted con dition. Luwic is 60 years old. An automobile owned by Francis l'ortier. an employe of the Foster Machine company here, was dam aged to tiie extent of about $100 .-ir.d the -ner slightly hurt, when the machine was driven into the W. Lexington av. bridge. Fortier was traveling at a rapid rate of speed, being "m his way to a Are. Present indications are that the garages of this city will remain open Sundays, despite the federal request that all such places of busi ness be closed o a the Sabbath. One parage owmr refues to pay any ! attention to the request, forcing the ! ether parage dealers to kep their J place? open. Two heat prostration? were re ' ported .Wednesday afternoon. They I were Mrs. Elizabeth Bo??. 923 Prairie st.. and Lee Scott. 614 Champion ?t. Suit, to recover was nled in the superior court hre Wednesday on a criange of venue from St. Joseph county by Ellsworth Dougherty ncainst C. R. Warner and Eugene V.. Warner. It is alleged that the plaintiff loared $11.47 to the de fendant?, which is unpaid. Judg ment of 5 41 7.17 i? asked." Thad M. Taleott, jr., is the attorney for the. plaintiff. Opal A. C ome Wednesday filed suit for divorce from William B. Cone charging cruel and Inhuman treatment. The parties were mar ried Aug. 2C. 1915. She assert? he accused her of associating with other men. Alimony of $500 i? asked. FIND MAN HANGING TO TREE AT W00DBURN News-Times Special Servb-e: FORT WAYNE, Ind., Aug. R. An unidentified man was found hang ing to a tree in a corn field on a farm east of Woodburn late this evening. The only thing the man had on hi? person was i bottle which contained poison, bearing the lübel of a drug store in Grand Rap ids. Mich. Notice to Druggists Price Advi For owr a year now we have succeeded in main taining our old prices, principally by virtue of a big increase in sales which reduced our overhead cost. For our fiscal year end ing July 1. 1918. our sales amounted to over a mil lion dollars an increase of 5Scc over the preceding year. We had hoped to bridge the war period without a change :n prices on yicjs VapoRub but we find that our econ omies do not keep pace with our rising costs. It is with 5lncere regret, therefore, that we an forced to announce an In crease, effective August 1. which will make it neces sary to retail VapoRub at 30c, GOc, and $1.20 The Vi:k Chemical Co. Oreensboro, N". C. ( AT BEST PRICES Self Service 1 V2 -Lb. Can Karo Syrup for 14c 20c Can Heünz Oven Baked Pork & Beans 15c Heinz Cooked Kraut with Pork, per can 21c Hunt Bros. California Ripe Olives, 1-lb. can for 25c 20c Ginger Snaps, per pound 1 5c 25c Bottle Hire's Root Beer for 19c Upton's Yellow Label Steel Cut Coffee, lb. .36c Upton's Yellow Label Tea, 1-4 pound 22c 25c Special Blend Coffe, per pound 21c Jap Rose Soup, per bar 10c txtra Wash Dresses, Wash Goods, Bathing Suits, Wash Skirts, White Waists, WATCH ß WA K AM t 3 S. W. Corner Michigan e WHAT IS NUXATED IRON? Physician Explains Says Public Ought to Know What Tlry Are Taking Practical Advice on What to Do to Build Up Your Strength, Power and Endurance, and Increase the Red Blood Corpuscles. Th fat that Nuvatd irn 1 u1h being usd by .vr ttire million pqi'' annually, and that ti.au y jdiytu. ian are rres-ritinc ir ;i n ton'..-, strength and blood builder in neak, r.emv:. run down conlitl."'tis. im lJ to an invptlsi tion of Its merits ty 1 icn td physi cians and others report -hon'l te of prat importance t pirdi" generally. Among tb is th sintemersr made by Ir. .lamen Franci Sullivan, formerly phytb-ian "f HelW-ne H. spit.d (Outdoor PTt . Nw York. ;in l th WVstcbester County Hodtal. wh "When one patient after notber h gan asking ra y cplaion of N'tnated Ircxi. I re solved to 20 tho roiiffhly I i n f ii the I j u h j e c t and find om for myeif whether r not it p? pe?Sed the ren I value f lair:.-.! b y nr. Jan I ranrN 'nllUan its ui.-.nuffic- tnrers and attetf, to ty ..-. icany pr.-ni-inent people. This is exatly uhnt I Here every honest, f-onsientio'i physi cian should io l.ofore pres. rit-ink' or lending his endorsement t utiy pr. du. t whatsoever. If an :irtlce is 'r rt hies practitioners oiisrht to he the first I . know of it. ;ind if it is eft i. a in v e are in duty bound to recmrn nd it f.,; the welfare f our patients. A Mudv r.f the composition of the Nuxiited Iron formula o impressed me with the ther-t-peutir efficnv cf the juidlua that I i:c rr ediately tested it in nun. ter of 1 -t i nate caes. So (jubkly ii1 it in-rehs the .trerisrth. energy :tnd endurnii. e ..f the jiatiei.ts to w h.iiii it was Administer ed that I be. an-e firmly fun vitx-erj ,,f us remarkable vnbie ns tenb- and l.J... ! builder. I hrire in. e t;ken it an self with excellent results "There re thousands of deM.-j.ie. i,o-v-oiis. run-down folks who nee,i r,st udi a preparation rs thi. hut ! n.? know whnf to take. Tljerefere I have urgently Miggeted the wif pread jmhli- atioii cf the sworn statement ..f the '-ninp. it 9 r.f its formuhi so that 'he puMi. rnav know what they ar taking. Trds om I.'.efe formu'a is iiw t !e found in newspapers throughout the . ouutry. In my opinion, a rareful exaininatiuu of this formula by any physi-bm or pl'j...--mnrist should -nin'e him that Nur.Tted Iron is to he pimped among the er.v highest rhiss an! most strictly t-rhhal preparations kn.c.n to medh nl in. c. It excels nnything I have ever used f building up the syst.-in a:.d iii.-reasir.i: the red bio. id corpus' les, thereby enri.li ing rind fortifying the blood asraimt t!. ravages of disease" Ir. A. 1. .Newman former i'oli. Sur gf on of Chi. ago. and former llmiv Sur ge..; Jefferson I'ark Iiospit.-ih "hi. ago. ! sys: 'Kei,'ut!y I vsas prompted t.. give .Nuxated Iron triil., i'his reu:edy h;.s proven, through mv own tests of it, to excel any pieparition 1 have ever us-.i for creating red blood, building up t!. nerves strengthening the rti'i' l-s and orre. tinir digestive disorders '" Ptr. Sehuyler C J.ioue.s. fnrmerlr Vis it'll. Surgeon of St. Kllzabet h's Ho'spiir,;. New York fity. er.inrr.entine r.n the vabi of Nuxated Iron, ta'd : "Thoe who w'.?;; You can tar every im HIT.Ml.'M rut! Arv.sh t. a w"f-.l n:r.a rat. F:f 1 rot IS arnee ?er!7 iroH- iriff to a (Verrimect eroert. A 5c pacge ot 'AT- Kill Rat fan '.y you C5 to 1:00. KAT-MUM cnt in a eakt rrcoobU It and .l.M ....int nath N Ki"'t rm werr tini y m ruit iff rA S ecH Thy jrouta:fJt to tfir die P-i mdnti wo.'t Mt it. It Is notaprtai n fond ro rik of fcarjianaeaMa' It For tni? too tat, m- ta. certain. t.t at Jroee t asd fra eers. -Ä TV Rat-M Ca. PATENTS 1 And Tta4 Obtaund In Ü OLT0CH. Rerlffter4 Ps.Uct Att. if & ff 1 TTK t fv i u iVjTJM 1 H ) ! f n m ÜvJn i j " awl Fail Suits, Serge Dresses, Silk Dresses, Auto Coats, Silk Hosiery US CnOV7- St. &nd J eifert ox Blvd. 'jub k I f he: r tt :tt h. . and endura'.i'''- v rjnd if a rr. -.st ! rairkal le an-1 c. d e r f ;i i ! y e:T.v wv remedy." . W O K N I T I - vi k s t or t ii : OMniMTKlN O I M WTKli I It n N Ir.-m IVptori'it.. . . CIS! spr'-iC " st;i Kir., Mu.Ui'it'' g,. ü hehr.n . Sod 1 i) m C, I .... i . . ptiosphite- I' s. i Monsanto I' II N'iv V ir, i. . I ' s 1 ' "11 " I s " ; i n-oM r s f . 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Me'o p'.ls ir. m n r.d-j ir.i . '1 fe 'j Pe i r.:. rs;fy ' ' '! ey 1 . ' . p ' r i i ! " r ' Hr. I I. hel- ln 1 . " I . A f e "f ' I ST. i ! 1 . I ir f . ( rot. ; r ! ; ' f t ,k ' biiiiilar t u r e r Not-: V..(1p.i Jr. -! w ii;."vi is n.eri b .1 pht . h v, s ; s i, r a -.: et reni j v ;t i ;p. - ! ; ivers . ' i. o u i v ! l :- ; . .. , i i )e r. - r.e u : : h . 1 kr gists e Vet wh. !e l :.:ik-rganJ.- P..:: pr. :'. A tinr"afe.j .;..s f ;r. ' loa ke t r. .,; I ! 1,-k, r: "i : '.. dr g e ..'''.e'- p. i e'i s : ! fe 'fe.": The T, h '1 he u.n : .-fi r s i ; a r ii T . t --" s 'ssfl'I H U"l i.li'ely s,.t.f f'.rv -es ; to every f ' r-sr r' th- v " :'! r-fu: ' T;..r.e If : p!,-r,r. . t v : . . .y WV-ttt k"s c-,. .jp.,. Itr.g St .i . i'.: ether dr-:gg:-:-. R. N. BEEBE 7 108 West Colfax HARRY L.YERRICK Funeral Director IL GmUnrt Iarjraltw tn Town Economy Cloak DepL Exomnny Dept. (Crronl Floor. 21-2 Mlehl puj. Over Gm. Knft Co tu mm liaoM 1S