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I HE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES MY! BUT HOW HE MIS HA WA KA GENERAL NE WS News-Times Office: 120 Lincoln Vay West. Home Phone 118; Bell 10 ' LOVES OYSTERS i (CONTINFKD FUOM PAGK ONF.i ' need a tnr.ic to h'lp rne eat. It just ' sort of corn's natural. Noso I ike ItuMrr. "I used to hex a lot in the rins and r.n the stage and I was a buck INFLUENZA CASES S w 3E Twenty-Six Reported to the Health Authorities Sunday Abatement in Sight. --'.;':::etb r.5 made .y the medical! men tliro:i.;l.iiut th.' country. It' .v.is pointed to The News-Times I Sijr.i'.iy tr.at th'Mnirifnt s i; n. Dr. (t-!or, farmerly of the John Hopkins hospital. In an article on th- subject in on" of hi rp.edieil bfM.ifis, stat'-s that it rojulrts six '.v-f-ks for thf iliv'-is to run its omrs. IIoweer, this may he, lo- M ! physicians ntc hopeful that the worst j.h over that from now on there should he an abatement of the 1 ase. Twer,ty-:x za were r of th- health r,f infbien- r. e w r ."i e v orted l til" f ei r-'ary l...-ird Sand iv. This ( or.'-iJtT.i Mv than t v. a n J MICHIGAN CITY VISITORS. Mr. and Mr.. A. A. Boyd, and h'-!r dauu'hter-in-law, Mrs. Wiley Boyd of Michigan City, spent Sat urday and Sunday in Mihawaka as ests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred N. Smith, nil Kif water dr. Mr. Boyd is pr-siilont of the Merchants Na than ifjtional hank of Miehlen City 'tlio.tc r-pfrt-I th .r-.io'j-i It is thought hv tihvsiri.in; proper precaution ar- taken! nciinst th. Iii. -is.. rh end of th"i POCLTRY AND PRt Il(1 1. present weM; should it v.-n ei- j Highest prices paid for poultry minated. They vtat- th.t the people ! and produce. See Carey hefore th-rnj--'! es have the r-in-dy In their j celling. Ill N. Main st. ill l)e oun hand-: and should use every i in new quarters, 115 N. Main St., m ear.:, avaiia:-i to cany out tlic .nüv. 1. Aav BEWS-1 IRE IS ADVT II PULLS Manager of Eberhart Farm Overwhelmed With Results 1,000 Respond. Iimii: GlARIS ATTENTION. Funeral .services for p. II. Page f K. company. Home Guards. will be held at three have charge members oi who died Saturday Tuesday afternoon o'clock. K. company will of the services lut the other companies are Invited to participate in uniform. Burial vlll be at Llkhart and all who xpect to go there should notify heir captains? tonight so proper ransportation arrangements can .' made. PERCY PIGE DIES FROM PNEDMIA Prominent Pharmacist Sue-; cumbs at Hospital Fu neral Services Tuesday. If anyone has any doubt what ever o fthe pulling power of News Times advertisements he should consult with II. N. Kemp, manager of the Eherhart farm, four mile east of Mishawaka. on Lincoln highway. In Sunday's Mlshnwakn pases Mr. Kemp Inserted five GEORGE B. HARKINS DIES AT FAMILY HOME ill MIHOTAWAKA WAKT ABS i I1 II l r s. Li: -'tu'!' !. condition. S-U Bank, 'j 1 'I. lTlii si., .! car e ll ;i p. liivtr 1 ri'v will san i'. Iiis s'-n rooai bv hims'-lf for a in ood Oha.-. a! k. WANT LI) deliver milk 'locals" which were distributed iinonp the new?. These pet forth that help was wanted to pick 4 0 acres of potatoes. The waces of fcred were $3 and a bushel of po tatoes per day. In order to ascer tain whether he had many Inquiries the Mishawaka management of The Nws-Tlmes called Mr. Kemp by telephone last evening. When asked ; for the number "Central said the ! telephone was out of order, which Young married man toshe later qualified by stating Mr. route. Must come i well recommended. Good It'- t .Mishawaka Dairy. wages. H0t2 ( ; i k ls wa NT l : I ; . od ('! irk'.s Laundry and Lr watrc-s. tiom e. Has Üiii- w 1 1. b.iM-rn'p.t, lot by !"f and i'i'.ir, i'i'.ipf iney. entilated feet, alb-v : v h-v- I jn-.iis; larue weil built j iiiinui' ;trni liif!iMi h'iMfi-; ;--ft coal burner. 1 Ma rKarct .t. V'tli SALL -One Florence hot blast C. I Po'Aell.i lt. 1 alf ldo k from ar line, in tine if ihborhood. A !'ar:.' iin for onv '.ide awake intoc. "is.'' l:o I''. N w s-Tiioe-j, M isln wa ka . i . t. i-::t OK SALI ;ood j-.ayinK restaur ant. Would consider part payment, balance in payments. Call löö L. Mi--hawaka av. 13tC't WANTI'.! A ood all around man for stock jooin. t i" 1 Vf!i"T j Trodiiits Co. l!"t:: j LOST A hunch of if returned to .Vows s. Howard Times oi'ice. IIOLI WANTLI) -To rent furnished! rooms for liu'.it housekeeping.' Centrall' lo at d. Homo phone?; CASH paid for Liberty bonds, room 12" J. M. S. Lldff., South liend. Hours 10 to 11 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m., and ceilings, 7 to S. ST.". 9-2 7 Advt. VOL WILL SAVi: money if you buy your heating stove at the West Ihn! Furniture and Hardware Co. T:c';:t Riven away on a 575 phono graph with each dollar purcha". Hom. phone UV. 1S:4 1'OIt SALJ: Modei a t-ix room bungalow, ." L' 1' L. Hattcll -t.. at .:i,U('ni. This prbe i sure Immediate ale. leaving tow n. A. .J Schindler, phone i.;'. made to as n.i owner is ami J. W. -ot.". Foil SALL- Mitcht-11 automobile. Al c.ndition. Model 6 of '16. All new tires. L. J. Ca. soon, 1-' Lin coln way W. FOR sali: house, hard proved street, 17"., Car mire. - .! -f om wood lloon FOIt f,ras t ntire small t erms $ i'.::oii Hen o modern . on im-1 phono io phono , 2 o t U Kemp had plven Instructions to Rive no further connections for the present. However, the operator was prevailed upon to connect up with the promise that this paper would stand for any scolding that was comincr. "Hello, Mr. Kemp, did your ad vertisement brinsr any results?" Rush of Applicants. "Is this The News-Times man? Say, if T had one out to fee me in reference to that advertisement I had 1.000! That's the God's truth! I had no idea so many people rad your paper. They started comlnE before breaxfost and the house is I filled with them now. Every Inter urban car that passed this way to lav brought dozens or more, and the telephone It ranpr incessantly! V... 1. .,..! T r. I forced to tell "Central" at four o'clock this afternoon to cut it out. Yes, I am certainly pleased and surprised at the results I erot from that advertisement. I nfact they nearly overwhelmed the entire Kemp household. A larpre number came out by automobil", while ahout a couple of hundred rode out on bicycles. Yes, I have all the men I need to pick my spuds for this year." George H. Ilarklns, residing on a farm two miles east of Lapaz, died at his home Saturday nlsht at 10:20 o'clock following a week's Illness. Mr. Harkins was born in Jay county, Ind., Aup. 4, 1872, and was 4 6 years old. He was a farmer by occupation and has resided in this visinity for the past six years. He was married to Laura Getts, Dec. .'4, lSfrj. She survives with the fol lowing children: Marion, Melvin, Wilbur, Howard. Marie and Lottie, all residing at home. He also leaves a brother, James of South Lend; four sisters, Mrs. II. David son. Portland, Ind.; Mrs. X. Dock ham, Michigan; Mrs. D. Comfalr, Canada; Mrs. H. Grindlesparfcer, Huntertown, Ind., and the following half brother ami half sisters: Henry, South llend: Mrs. F. Grenert. Miss Dorothy and Miss kins, also of South v uneral service? from the Finch and Tuesday afternoon Hev. Mr. Jordon Methodist church will otllciate. Mr Harkins was a member of the Mint Arbor, Ancient Order of Gleaners. ! As briefly stated in The News Times Sunday, the death of Percy i Papre, well-kniwn pharmacist, oc curred at t. Joseph's hospltrJ Sat- (U rmaine liar- J Jj rVTl Fnractie chapel 1 ir7 : ''.-'?.S?!k.?' ! at 1:30 o'clock, i '. Mv-' i'V-i -'--'aVj of the Osceo'.a I VgiXt Bt&&i:Z un UU itKv.nn. pay 3300 for wanti:i) 1 want condition for larger car. IVroiLi, ! ltd. TO P. FY OK I'll A DC Ford roadster in uo-)d casli or trade a Chi.ll. l. ItUtt. Hell I bone I ir 1 . L" o t SALL New 7 room house; and electricity; cellar under houe S M.iin st . $? Ildn pajment down, balance easy 1 I'a' 30 for evidence Achilie Colpaert. Home leading to the arrest and convlc jS1 I6tl4 I tion of Partv or Parties who en- ' i tered my residence on nicht of Cash paid for Liberty bonds, room Oct. 18, and ctole certain articles. 4 2:: .1. M. S. Hldpr. Open Mondays, j and I will pay an additional 200 Twes.iavs. Wednc-dav. and Thürs- for tho recovery or tne stolen IGSIERS li NUMEROUS THEFTS Ages Range from Seven to 10 Arrested Late Sun day Night. . t A. days, 10 to 11 a. rnd 7 to 8 p. m. m. . 1 to 2 S363-16- P. m., -Advt. li AI.i: dd cr.'.tcs foi wood, to ; hailed ' ; .tio:::il Vei.eer Prodia ts ( Kindling ; i chaser, o. 1 7 1 7 WA NTKI) To rent, house, Nov. 1 or lä, suitable for man, wife and irl I 1 years. North ?ide pre ferred. Call North Side Feed Store, Homo phono 30?, p.ell 170. 2 0t3 articles. D. Second st. L. Davis, 1123 Adv Y. PAMII ILL WITH Lrnest Peebe, S17 east, who hps been a fluer.za, i recovering. IXIT.I'KXZA Lincoln way victim cf in His wife and children disease. have now contracted the i 1 VHbur Van Gunday. Kanouse and John Van aped seven, nine and 10 Lawrence i Gunday, rimer i'agi:. the former city about six years a?v- He was married to Miss Harriett; Hitter. April 21. 1S14. He was em- I ployed as a pharmacist at the Schif ! fer druff store and later at the ! Peoples' Pharmacy. . About three I vears atro he established thf Page Pharmacy at HuO W. Sixth st., where he havl built up a splendid business, urday nicrht at 11 o'clock. Death was due th pneumonia, which re sulted from influenza. He was ill for 10 days. Mr. 'Pa'e was born In L'.khar't. March 4, IS 89, and was 2'3 years old. He came to Mishawaka from He is survived by his wife and his mother, Mrs. Idella Page, of Klk- ! nr.d wine: dnncer and baritone sinper , i in vaudeville, too. "I fou cht at in: pounds. Had the! : liorps in both hands pretty well broken and haven't pot any bones : In my nose, eitner." Thereupon the bugler pave ocular ; ' evidence by twisting his nose about : ns though It were rvihber. He went i cn: i "Rpn wounded twlep and eassed. btil I'm still on deck. Our fellows ! have leen pivmp Fritz hell back ; j there. It's nothing to what we are po:n.' to pive tnem. Would ilv KnKkotit. I "When the fellows saw Germany's peace offer they sure did hoot. Lvery , damned one of them is caper to pive ; Fritz a knockout hefore peace corner " ! "Thoupht I was done for in the last scrimmacre we were In. My but J those machine pun pills certainly , did whistle clos? to my head." v . Someone asked Smith if he was croinp to settle down In France aft- ! er the war. j "Xothinp doinp." he replied. "I i want to stick as lonp as there ls any liphtinp. And, then, as the darkey said. 'The onlv cross I want is the one with letter A in front of lt. I pot the Atlantic ocean tapped." j Hinton was a demonstrator for J hi father before he enlisted in the j repulars. "I drove officers cars and was i motorcycle dispatch rider." said Hinton. "Believe me. there Is plenty ! of excitement at times. I like the J artillery best. It certainly makes t one's heart feel pood to see the Yan- kee punners work. They have open ed the eyes of the French. Every body peels off his shirt and they po at it lauphinp and joshinp and cuss inp. They, don't fear anythlnp and their one wish Is to knock hell out of the boche They never have time to think of nny.hlnp else. "When you see the douphboys shove out it makes ou plad you are nn American with two eyes and two arms to help." Quality-First A. C. Haslaneer & Co. Quality First Virginia Dare resses Announcing to the Public We have received a shipment or" the new tall models of the popular VIRGINIA I )AKt: ÜRHSSHS. These dresses represent the best values in the market, in nil wool materials. The styles are such that other makers copy them. We are showing the popular number advertised in all the large magazine All-wou! serine in navy, brown and green, at $19.75. Other styles in all-wool ser-e at $21.50, $23.50 and $25.00. Popular Jersey Cloth Druses, embroidered, braided and fringed. Come in navy, taupe, plum and brown, at $25.00$28.00, $32.50 and $37.50. Taffeta and All-Silk Messaline Dresses at $18.50 to $25.00. Ask to see this completely new lim-. A. C. HASLANGER & CO. I1 : 1 ri AMERICAN AIRMEN WILL DROP 'SMOKES' TO YANK PRISONERS breaking Into the Xilo J. Lowman proeery, 5 IS N. Cedar st.. by Chief Pfender and Otlicer Montine, VtJ II 1) lit Clkl AX W V- i I' 1 lit. j years? re- j hart. spectively, were caupht in the act of Funeral services will be of a mill- lary naiure. ami win ue mi eo.tiuv of Co. K, Home Guards, of which J he was a member. The services Sun-!will be held from the Finch and .prapur chapel Tuesday afternoon at 3 o clock. liev. J. L. .panpler. of the First Evanpeltcal WITH THF AMERICAN ARMY IX FRANCE, Oct. 21. Americans are plannlnp ro supply American ilrmen, now prisoners in Germany, with cl carets by droppinp packages oer the enemy line at regular In tervals, addressed to individuals known to be in the various prison camps. A card has been received at avia tion headquarters from Lieut. Alan F. Winslow, of Rivw Forest, 111.; askinp the American airmen to send him some sible. ciijarets as soon as pos- Special Sale Commencing Friday, Oct. 18 until Saturday, Oct. 26th You can Save $2 a Week by Ordering Your Groceries at the ECONOMY CASH GROCERY & MARKET 12TH ST. AND MISHAWAKA AV., RIVER PARK Bell Phone 723 Home Phone 3378 youngsters were broutrht to the ttntiiin whern if u-.ia fonn.l tVint t h n v I I S 0I broken into the Pattell school into the ehroeder's coal olhce ! to enter the Low had and before attempting man :tore. Iit i Sunday evening a ladv pass ing the Schroeder orhce noticed Fttmeono strike a match. She im mediately notified Wm. 'chroeder who reached the place in about live minutes, but the intruders had gone. The glass was found broken l church, will omViate. Purial he in the Grace lawn cemetery, hart. will Llk- T 7 T T T yfl TT TT 7 TT PTH T TT rr rr rrrr ittti kk m n The growth of a city and its financial institutions are closely related. This bank has always been an important factor in the development of this community. We take a just measure of pride in the new banking room we have built, where we will be in position to render even better ser vice than before. . We will move shortly. Watch the papers for openinor date. MONDAY'S CITY COURT. John Horwath pleaded guilty to a charge of public intoxication and was lined $5 and costs which he paid. William Lung was fined and co.-ts for intoxication. He paid. and one of tho boys had evidently! Jl i-MMrison enicroa a pea oi cut his hand there being blood on ! guilty to intoxication and wa.s lined the door and lioor. It was discov-!?3 and -sts which he paid. fj The y U ell .scho ered that a colt automatic revolver, a large knife and letter opener had 'ten taken. A number of small buttons of the chbe'ren's health crusade and Junior red cross were found on the floor. ounsters entered the Rat- school and stole a number of a l tides consisting of knives, paper weights, several boxes of penpoints; rubber bands, small mirrors and i numerous other things. hen Fred st., was battery, guilty. R. Miller, 72 S arraigned for a and entered a plea He was arrested o.i L. Seventh SPANISH CITIES HONOR PR EST WILSON FOR EFFORTS TOWARD PEACE BARCELONA, Spain, Oct. 20. Pres't Wilson was unanimously pro claimed a citizen of Rarcelcna today i "for his efforts made of world j peace." j Feveral other cities In Spain In- i tend to similarly honor the president j of the Fnitert Pftte. ! 2 larjre cans Red Kidney Roans 2."o B large cans Hebe Milk fi.c R largo cans Pet Milk 7.V C large cans Boulevard Milk 7,"ie Nit Kill ms IIcle Milk ::v small -.iih Pet Milk Sir small inns Houlevnrtl Milk S.lo Large cati Ilomlny Can MJantoN, 2 for 2.1o Park .Molaxses 2 for 2"o Peas, can lo Corn ITnkes. 2 pkgs 2."e I'ost Toatie. 2 for 25c ('tin HuhlH'rs. J tinmen 2."c Lux. 2 for 2."o Sola. A. Je II.. 2 for 2.e McKInie Buckwheat, 2 for 2."e Matches, C Lows Sie Crnohors. fxninil IHc Cilngor Snaps pound l.V Minco Moit, 2 pkgs 2."o 10 ounce lMltle Catsup. 2 for Maoaronl, U for riour. 21 lb. s;u-k : Corn Flour, 3 lbs Barley Hour. 3 lb Hloe l loar. 2 l Larue pall Pure Laid Lud Compound. 2 lb. . . . Pure Lard. 2 lb- I'ro-h Peanut Putl r. II . . lo' shoo I'olKli, -2 lor. 2 !otllo SImk- Poli-h 2 Jibs. (iiKxI I.iiok )le.... 2 lbs. Moxle-'s Sps i ll 2 lbs. Nmtia Nut Oho 2 lbs. Soup Leans io!dcn Sun CitlliM r0; -ire Llp io oft Applo Butler l.ai's Dandy Soap bars Ark Soap ."i bars Santa laus Soap . . r.."e' . '2 . .2.. . ::o 5 ,4 .1 i h 3 We ant you to take a ix-rsonal iiitm-t In thL store. ('un-i.li r n j al anljires are for oiir Ix-nolit and fonoiiionoo. j 3 PROMPT DELIVERIES TO. ALL PARTS OF 3 AMERICAN AVIATOR OUT-PAANEUVERS HUN SOUTH BEND AND MISHAWAKA. 3 Deliveries a day in Kiver Park 7:3 arul 10:1.- :I. rn., 1:30 p. in complaint of his wife. MBS. .i;i(.LK J'FNF.BAL. The body of Mrs. Jos. jh Zeiirer, who died at Fort Wayne, arrived here at noon Monday and was tak en to the home of lu-r daughter. Mrs. Jacob Idlman, Lincoln I Nevs-Tlmes ?r,of,sl Service: WITH THF AMERICAN FÖRCHS .satilt and i AUi;iil i'1 1 v juil.n, ici. i - i i r r . of not'-1- liicui. Lieeiiina .Mcueniuai oi the ' Syracuse, N. l ., ls credited with bringing down a German aviator Friday afternoon north of St. Mihiel after MeDermott and other Ameri can pilots had chased the enemy bi- rdane over the American lines and crowded In behind him, cutting olT his escape. '.v,))v,.nvn.' i'm n".'u'a .a .' j 'Wim' i (i n ü illiifcn inl llJiii in-ifin.r III IT H searched at th police station they j Way W. had a ladies set ring in their pos-J held from St. session. I church Tuesday i Barney ABIUVLS IN I'll AN CI'. Hev. K. M. Barney and ilrs. of Indianapolis, who are wellknown in Mishawaka having j visited here on frequent occasions, j have received word to the effect th.it their son, Chester has arrived in i France. He enlisted during May, j 1917 and had spent over a year at ! Camp .Shelby. Funeral services will be Joseph's Catholic morning at nine o'clock. These services will be strictly private and for relatives only. Burial will be in .t. Joseph's; cemetery. DUNNING AS TRUSTEE . OF STATE HOSPITAL mrwAitn. any Information INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Oct. 21 Gov. Goodrich Saturday appointed j John F. McCain of Marion a trustee ( of the Northern Indiana hospital for j the insane at Logansport. to succeed : Jes.s L. Dunning of Llgonier whose ! returned front their hom vmo.,n and I irriT1 ms " "i",im"ua will be at home to th'jir friends at , a Viod of four years. i 01 .S. Main st. Birri'BN I "BOM IIOMJYMOON. Mr. and Mrs. William IViffcr have leading For ijitlie return of a small black and tan fox hound, taken near Cleve land and Fourth sts. Saturday morning abo Weaver, Home Advt It 2c Savings Co. THE BAiK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE i :n.t ( YI N ( ; V A CATION. Patrolman Jcdin 'rothers is e,n- toipoving a vacation and spend some time isiting with relat.ves at P(ST'N. ' q. Bremen. renter fielder neaerue b-isebal ! naval aviation chu setts SPEAKER WILL ENTER NAVAL AIR SCHOOL 21. Tris Speaker, of the American club, will enter the 'chool at the Massa- Institute of Technology Sat- ,,t io ociook. f. -. I INHABITANTS OF LILLE t ' I I 1 M ' i 1 . I , M l -4 , . m m mtm. w mm m m. m a. m m 1 a- - t iiiii I n n ni rii iiiiini iirinnr . w 1 1 l Nlllinj nr rill v r rev-t Monnav. ne arrivea nre urdav from his home in Texas. PALIS. Oct. 21. People of Lille, i who have i,e, n here during the years BKIfJTAXS COMPI TINC. I) AMACL. their city was in the hands of N ASlilx.i ' -i- i i- g-overnment already has ST. MO NIC. V BAZAR Owing to the ban on all puMi Catherines at the present time, the I that 1,17'ir In ennrpftinn wifh thf iS.iV.' the C, e! Ii. V. S. WÜ! '-"Ori he able to ! P'fTian t'.i-vii io x.. -rf-.i . - - - - . w - - - - - - - j . rhurch has been postponed until ! return home. Passes will not be is- j taken stops to compute the enormous Oct. 2S. Advt. 1 sued, however, until the city can be j total of the damage done to prop- properlv rehabilitated. Motor trans- : erty in Belgium by the Germans Lit iriir a LIlYi: IXB CANADA Mr. and Mrs P.ernard F. Cclle rand, daughters, Marie and Laura, left last r.iuhr fr Kitchner. Canada, to spend a few weeks with relatives. . t . : -6 tL . -. I port lines a re beinu organized to run ! -I'lnnc tneir ormpauon 01 cuun- between Paris and Lille. j try. said a rahbgram received toaav i by the Belgian legation. is somi:what inrrTF.B. Mrs. jay Prostrr.an. 4L'4 Lincoln Wav E. w h o has been suffering AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY j MAY BE DISUNIONIZEDi 21.- Count AMSTF.BDA M, oct. from an attack of somewhat Improved. Ri.covr.iw prom Mr. and Mrs. G. I: family. 17 Sarah influen:a. is TNIXVl'NZA. . Boyston and t.. who have t-en ered. ill with intluen7.x hive recov Dr. MakieisKi. osteopath. Second Bt. Advt. 126 W. ltf YALF PFBLICATION SUSPHNDS. NFW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 21. Saturday l??u of the i ale Daily Michael Karolyi. leader of the Hun-l3WS was xho 1l?t rr tn' PArlo or earian Independent party, at the ! the war. this college publication foL s. ssior: of the Hungarian lower j lowing the Ilirvnrd Crimson and the house Siturday, submitted a motion ' "J" Pr'ncetonian Into temporary demar. Tint: the ecoror.:Ic, military fereitrn ar.d political disunion retirement. of l Tluncarv from Austria, according to j aduces from Budai-est. Advertisers can sell for less profit from volume. VLADIVOSTOK. Ort. 2L Al- tho-'.t'h the Cztch ha'.e withdrawn from the Important Russian city of Samara thIr rur.s ctill control the town. BolheIk troops have not vet reentered Samara. The Czech troops still hold Kanr.ele Junction. SO miles east of Samara P.-3 'A 5 A llllitllsil ' No matter WHAT your line, make your place STAND OUT and be seen of men! Set a shrub in the ground, in perfunctory iyf and leave it there to live or die, and it may gro-X' but it will grow faster if you feed it. Start up in business, indirTerently attend to the -vants and needs of vour customers, and if vou rise in the scale at all you will surely rise faster it you set out to make yourself SHINE by' the pleasing quality of your service. Let a number of bands be playing in the park on a field day each band v.-ill attract listeners, but If there's an extra good band in the park, gradually the extra good band will gel the crowd. Most average humans the rank and file of the community by nature are tractable a a pet colt Sugar them up now and then, deal with them justly and pleasingly, and they'll follow you all over the lot. Give al! comers FULL MEASURE and the SQUARE DEAL beam benevolently upon all high or lo, rich or poor and you'll do a growing business, no matter WHERE ynu happen to be located. The honest hustler who SERVES can nail up his SIGN in an arid WASTE and an appreciative public wili pass up nearer and showier places and make pil grimages to his DOOR! Advertise your fcusmess in The News-Times and let the soul of kindly SERVICE show through! Ycu will wax strong with the years! t.. '-3 r f A j :) K I I' I L ' 2 I i i t"t W-!"Z" ' ,,,v " j,'..jr,n.rr.f..';ii71-."!'..' mi tmli i it i" J ' x.if. f ' J