tckshay itykniny;, octobi:u 22, wit
THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES
Yank ces in Training Over There
Situation Improves in North
ern Part. But Spreads in
INDIAN A i' lJ.- Ir..l .
S . j 1 1 r n 1 r 1 l i r ; a c n i . t ; o i . -
t to th- in: finer. i
Indiana I :i 'jjmn rep.,r
. t. ;
: ix iv (1 j
at the ht.it' !-.irl
Dr. J N. IJurt.
of lo-.ilth tod.lV,
t r t;. ry
noard. H.ii'l report inii':I thit
there w. a iit improvement in
the norths. i t-rii put -.f ?h- :-;!.
ro Smpi o T 1 1 nt in tin- 'r.titl .nvi
that th- i.i !.i! w.i- - p . . i l i r, in
th" .outh ; n p.rt.
Aitho'.ih t h- Si' -; iMoii a miin ::
rivlü.ir.s in Ind: ; jxiIm slit-d 1
.1 .-oicht irnpt (i r 1 1 - 1 1 for the I
hot; period -1. i : ri t; 'omLT. 'l.
I'-ai. h is 1 1 I r. r-.'c ;i-. in th"
i r.ia n I. Mr n.
s r t iry oT th city l .ird nf h- i!Mi. j
)v. Moj'.in that several das;
n.riy I . hefore h ran ar.r.ounc-"'!
any ;il.itpiin M in th epilrmi
In th ity 1- !.iy their wtp four
licilln fr.'Mi i 11 1! n-M . 1 anf 2?, from
WiMiinf'iil 1. At I'nrt H.iiri-nn there
v.-threr l-at)is from pneumonia.
TliTC wer' 1 1 new ras-- f in-1
tliona rrp..rt1 in the itv and Wednesday
-U'lit at Fort U irrison. No UaThs ! ehapel. Borial will be in Silver j
. ... w - . x.- ...... - I
r'',V '''.-v i ::' y:VV v V '-"V-
. 7 . , r'-'j"-'- i -v" , .ß . .V7, '- - --'!-" --.- .y-l' -.7-- ;
:v'i-TiRr 's . . 7t;N, ;TU- 'Ifi.' A--?, 4, j, Ü
Knpllsh and Scotch offlorrs. vetfrans of many hattks with the hoche. are shown teaching: our boys the many
tricks of trench warfare. The photo was made at an American training camp In France.
at' the Trice 1
Spencer Stratton. 22 years old,
J died at hi home Monday after h r.z
ill for several years. He i mrvived
hy his ia rents. Mr', and Mrs. Will-'
"N'ir.KS. Ml.-h, fct. 2:. Alfred
White. i years old, diel at the K- I
worth hospiUl in South i.end of I
paralysis Sumlay afternoon .at ' i
o'clock. He is survi'.ed hy his wife,!
Nellie. I'riate funeral services will j
hell at the residence TuerJ iy. 1
iiiiuuuau LLmuin i
Ml IS LOCATED
Oct. 21, 1318.
Mrs. Alfred of Kiver Park is
Hurial will be in Silw-r IJrook ( eine- : pcndini: a few weeks with Mr. and
tery. Mr. Diner F.osworth.
Gertruds Ruthwoski is ill with
Harry Faith. ::. years old. died atSI''"sh influenza,
the i;pworth hospital Sarai. iy. fol- j Fhar.l Johnson wa in South
lowing an illnes of one week of ' I"d Saturday evening.
Former Restaurant Man Fol
lows Printer's Trade at
Toledo, is Report.
uwluenza. Hurial will he in 'hi ao.
Ilemy lioniiey will hold a public
sale Ort. 23.
Tohias Holdernian and rs. Del
l:ert Smith united west of South
Mr. and Mrs. drover Holdrnvm
and family f east of CJoshen. Mrs.
l'rar.k Thornton and daughter, j
(irace. of Dunlap. visited with I'el
bert Smith and family Sunday.
Dona belle Smith of Mishawaka
1 1. .. .. . t . . 1 . A Ti--.:
Mrs. Jessie Hill. "JT years old. died il unua eu 01 xioiet. 1 aim?.
iua i.rowt'11 ana sisier were un-
Mrs. Harold Davis and tuo chil
Iren. one only a few hours old, died
at th'-ir home. The mother and the
infant child died Saturday, and the
two-year-old boy did Sunday inorn
in. They were all buried together
Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the
Silver Hrook cemt-rv.
at her home Monday morning at 4
o'clock, following a short illness of
pneumonia. Slo- is survived by her
parents. Mr. and Mrs Mitchell, and
four children. Funeral services will
and Women are
day visitors at the home of William
Tobias Holderman spent Monday
with his daughter. Mrs. Kller. at
The Kennedy school w ill he closed
another week on account of sick
ness. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith. Mr.
and Mr. Churl? Hanson of South
T.end called on Delbert Smith Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Davidson of
South Hend were Sunday caller.s In
NORTH LIBERTY, IND. j
Frank FeU'r of South Hend spent
If your -ami ition has left yor.i, your
happiness ha.s one foreer unless
Cut ltale Drus Store's m:i;ni!'W'ent I r rta anJ flY th home
offer to r"fnnd your money on the , 'ftS-
r.rft b'x pur lia-"d if Wendell's j Mrs. John Turl of Farmington.
Ambition Fills do tiot put your en- i HI., came to care for her tister, Mrs.
tir .-y si rm in line condition and kIvh j J. F. Lewsid'T. who Avas ery ill of
ou the energy anl vu-or you have i "Spanish inMuenza.
,UV," m.- , t . 1 it. , I Alt-A i;vr of Walkerton
He amb;:ous, be trin. be viKor- , ... - .
ous. llrm the ruddy b-w of health - "nt s" ' with her aunt. Mrs.
that d'T.ot' s maiiba od and woman-
bi-ol to your eye.'?.
Wend-'Us Ambition Fills. thn
Kie.it nerve tonic, are spleiul-nl for
thit tired fee'iinr. ne-ous treu hies, i
poor bloo-.l. hc.idachfs. neunib-iii.
re.-tlesnes. trembln, nervous j.ros
tration, mental depression, loss of
appetite and kbhiey or liver com
plaints. You take them uith thi.- under
standing that: In two days you will
feel better. In a wo'k you illl ftel
ni.e. and after bikini r.e b,-x y.m
will have your old-time confidence
atal ambition or the dru:tlst will
reiund the pricv of the i ox.
lie sure and ,-et a "t cent box to
day and got out f the rut. Remem
ber Wefirk's Cr.t Kate Drug Store
and dealers eeryvher are autlior-
FI.KIIAUT. Ina.. Oct. 22. Ward
Dunbar, a former restaurant owner
of thid city, who mysteriously dis
appeared from this city several
r.'onths a;:o, is in Toledo, O., work
:.g at his-trade, a printer, in one of
the big t stab'islin.ents of that city.
Dur.bar followed this tradü for
many years p: lor to taking over the.
ivanagenient of the rcstadrant.
i known as tlie Wlilte Swan in th's
city, which was owned, at th? time,
by his uncb W. H. Dunbar, the
well known civil war veteran.
The eating p-ace prospered for
several years ami f'nally Dunbar
purchased his uncle's interests. The
new proprietor met with reverses
and linally disappeared one Satur
day night. It was thought at the
fime that he was enroute to make
his home with C. G. Conn at the
latter's villa on the Catalina islands
and the word received here today Is
the first heard from him since leav
On the post cards addressed to
friends he says that he is working
eight hours a day and "enjoying
life." He declares that following the
printerV trade is far superior to
Arthur C. Atkinson, age CS years,
lied at his home. 1231 Johnson st.,
Monday, following a jive days' ill
ness due to Spanish influenza with
pleural pneumonia as a complica
tion. The deceased was born in this
city Sept. 1?, IS so. Surviving are
Iiis wife, Mrs. Mary H. Atkinson and
five children, Violet. Harry, Fsther,
Mary Alice and Wenonah. There
also survive the aged parents. Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Atkinson and the
following brothers and sisters:
Roll of Honor
Listing Men From Indiana, H11
noLs, .Michigan, Ohio aiul Ken
tucky on Casualty Lists.
Mrer IJol-'U'erg. rievel.iml, O.
Lea M. I ou.iM. ('.Tuto;:.
1'arker iVnwell. t ba 1:1 . (
L'Uls l'nrney, CmP-i,.
Arthur Ibilston, St. I'nrK O.
Fr-.I o. Sohuffte. Farrier Ilt-tre.it. I nd.
laigeue II. Sw.im. TifÄn. ( .
Jril.n Vanek. Fve!iini. '
.I.ifii" T. War,!. Wefport. Ilrb
It'M.ert ro irk. I".i..i!i'b-'.l. Ind.
Nfll AVo'fe. Foplev, .
Ul'.NDKI) K V r. K I! I, Y .
Harry S. H ovian. I'et '-ey. Ml-1 .
I.?an M. i;itfi1! Hi. Ir..nt -n. O.
1.1 FFT FN A NT.
Wolter J. Mlllor. Tn.v, (.
Jol,n f. Hann..!). Flneinnati. O.
Swan y.- Johnsen, t'lil.u-'), 111.
Char: F. Tra.-v. jr. Cid--..g- lib
Herhert S. Hrnn. Mfnt -r, (.
I.nr.v T. r.r.-ilh:iw. Pontl.. III.
Fre.1 V. 1-ViMfTPon. Snndnkv. o.
'harle A. lluber. 'hicago. 111.
Aft 'U Kagey. Minsf id'. .
chikf mi:fhanic .
William L. vl'.. r-u. rM--jg . 111.
Henry Aub'r. Alexaudrla. InL
Fiaerv K. P.07.1 rti Itiltrpway. Fl.
.b.ha I. Cal.lnell. Oak Park. 111.
Ibr:(e Can;:! ell. Avers. Ky.
lar::. Ci. i'hatnin. R.dfrd. In.1.
Fred J. Colterjohu. 'hirngo. 111.
Ni'-k Drngtixin. Cant n. n.
Karl I. Frlnger, Mt. ;ilrid.
Ko F. (I'-org. I.nanter. m.
Flj.re (;riffln. AnjrtiKta. Mich
fbarge Hill, Yonngtmn
J WelliiKtu HUH Newtornville O.
Silns Saiter Ib-rn. Lynn. Ind.
"harlen M. M, -Howell. Corita-.uit. O.
Alle Mlllmrn. Owenlorn. K3'.
Kinil L'i. h. ( hb ;ig.., 111.
Fnrnev lllchardsoa. Kenton O.
Arl- L. Hi gel. Quaker City. O.
Sm Sraletta. Fliicagn. 111."
W;!lrr (I. Silmefer. Cbirnp, lib
Joseph M S' heihle. CJd-'aaro, 111.
Frank S.-huIz. Fh!r-as-. 111.
IMrliard M. Shields. Chlcnso, 111.
A!.e M. Siegel. Toledr, It .
Honrv Wolfe. Midline!. Ml-h.
Harry II. Wriglit. New Angata. Mlh.
Arthur Ibu-iiird ('hiir'li. Sparta. Mich.
Kotiert Samuel Killten. Itroit. Ml-h
Yerncn I. Ilalveraon. West I'ulhnan,
Floyd HoM. Warfield. Ky
IM ward F. Nedderman, Hrenian. O.
J(hn A. Newton, Alton, 111.
Iyenle r. Itollmau. Springfield. 111.
Loren M. Shew, riinton. InI.
John Alien. Chlcjigo. 111.
.Tolin M. Adier. (Ji.idwin. MIrh.
Jolin .bipli ltvrne, Cleveland, O.
Willlara Janu-a Hoover, Mlddleville.
SUITS WE ARE 0
FERIN6 IN THIS
ALE AT 344
Mrs. Darcoy Worster of Bristol,
Ind.. is spending a few davs with
homo folks. j Charles lb Atkinson. Tlobrt Atkin-
c. F. Irvin n,i wif nro th.ln, Mrs. John Conner. Mrs. L. H.
Northrop and Mrs. Harry Smith, all
o fthis city; J. W. Atkinson of Chi
cago and Mrs. Jacob Van Peaffel of
Newark, N. J.
p-ed to uarr.tee tliem.
: proud parents of a boy, born this
Mrs. John rt, who died of in
tluenza Friday, was buried Sunday
aft moon in the North Liberty cem
etery. Misses Vera Feiger and Florence
Moots of South I'.end spent Sunday J
with homo folks. I
L. I... Kilmer is able to be out J
again after a severe attack of in
üuer.na. Mrs. Calvin Feets. who has been
seriously ill of pneumonia, Ls very
The following casualties nre reported
by the commanding general of the Am
lean expeditionary forces: Killed In
tion. 40; mUsing in a. tion, 4.'1; wuum
Mirerelv. IT- wounded jiliff.'itly. 4-": died
of accident and tli"r ati's, ; died of
wo-tintiv, 11 ; vniiled (legree undeter
nilned ) IP.J; died of disease, 04; prinou-
ers, Tidal. .V,;.
K1LF1 l IX ACTION.
I.ert Itndd. .lustas. Ohio.
Charles L. J.ojidn. Detr It, Mih.
.loL.i Uunkelo, I'iiit"ii. Ill
Joseph Straka. iih-?g-. III.
MIvsiXü IN ACTION.
Cpl. Lorr'i. 1. Spoors. Levering. Mich.
PK I ATI'S.
Wlllinm i rotty. M-iri. n. Ohio.
Hoy Hunt ver. Fug llsl. Ir.'l.
.Mvrl Darw lu Hopping irner, White
laitrene OM'.oyle. Cleveland. Ohio. '
Frank Metz I'etre, Yoavgstow n. Ohio.
P.Mii Spirt. Jary, Ind.
Jehu L. Wett-'rs. I'.av "ity. Mi.-b.
HOlNl)i:i) -FYF KKLY.
Hirry Kramer, Chicago. 111.
Fiin. r J. Powt i H. You.ig-1- w n. old .
Charles F. Slnemaker, Uratid Ilapbls,
Jaiae A. Well?, Decatur. lib
Cook Leo Kammeicr, CId Spring.
I'll I VATFS
lalwar.l S. Ar.b'ti.'c.)bi:idus. Ohio,
(leorse T. HarrUon, Cldcair... 111.
1'rank J. Ituhert. Chlago. 111.
William J. Stanley. Car ml. 111.
Willie Staten, llowllnir ir-'n. Ky.
D1KI or OIMIS.
Arthur F. Turner, rtrantsliurg. Ind.
John I. William?, Chi ::o H.-isrhts. 111.
Pvt. Charles W.is'h. Cleveland, oliii.
WOINDKD (Drtir t'ndt? ternilned.)
Floyd C. Johns n. Abiaia e. Ohio.
Monroe F. Link. Terre Haute. I lid.
CO U POKALS.
Joseph L. Hoover. Covington. Ohio.
Walter C. Hunt. Fright, n. II!
Kiebard A. Kavanangh. Covington. Ky.
PK I VATFS.
Fmn.ett C. IIarri-'n. Alliance. Ohio.
Thotuas Jones. Ashland. Ky.
Irvin W. Keil. Chi. ago. 111.
Delbert Kendall Shell, yvllle, Ind.
Max Frank Czerulak. Chi. ago. 111.
William F.. Flynn. Sanilae. M. h.
Küssen Hanini, Cliicag. 111.
Albert Ilelnze, Vlneeunes, Ind.
J;hn L. Laulmer. Chicago. 111.
Waiter Lebelt. Ha nitr.-urfk. Mi'-h
( rl W. MeFnrl.-ind. Mansfield. Ohio,
ltolla Ncel. Freedom. Fol.
Clyde II. I trainier. Thompson. Ohio.
Fdward It- Southern. Kokonio. Inl.
Herman F. Swift. Alexandria. Ind.
William A. Welhorn. Chi-ago. III.
William Wlmiewski Jr.. Jollet. 111.
IIKI OF DISKASK.
Henry C F. Heyer. Chbaga. 111.
Cl.arü.' F. ijreer. It nought 'in. 111.
William August IlafTner. Hucyrus. O.
Max Lax. Iii ag . 111. I
William Mea.l. Mavvibe. Mi'h. )
Pit I SON Kits.
Lieut. IMwa.-J W. (Irav. r.lhinnnb
With the establishment of a divi- ! b;I T r., fv atxiov. iMoa ioiva.v !
ILL SITES III
7TH. CO OVER
;Over-Suhscriptions to Loan in
State Divisions Nearly
CHICAGO, Oct. 2 2. An over
subsciiption of nearly $:I2.000,IiOO
is indicated in the state diisions of
the seventh federal reserve district,
according, to reports received today
by state chairman of Liberty loan
organizations. Livery state had an
For the seventh district outside
of Chicago and Cook county the
total subscription so far reported is
$0 00,000,000, compared to a quota
of $61S,700,000. The subscription
in the 57 Illinois counties outside of
Cook totalled nearly $120,000.000,
compared to a quota of $113,100,
000. All of the Illinois counties
subscribed their quota.
Wisconsin has an oversubscrip
tion of aboout $2,000,000 as against
a quota of $100,050,000. Milwau
kee bought $33,617.000 worth of
bonds, more than 109 percent of its
All Michigan counties with the
exception of three were over the
top, and late returns were expected
to show every county in the ftate
went over. Every county in Indiana
in the seventh district made its
quota and the state over subscribed
its quota by $6,230,000, latest re
turns to the state headquarters in
dicating a total of $110,000,000.
f fe'5cM V
H ICS CF-M "
m r" i l rj
V rfr; ;tf
Do you know what wo in en are htivinc:
in this "sale? We ill tell v. u. YVoir.en
expected to p.iy much nn re than 4 4 for their
suits, rut who changeii their mirui when they
saw what S44 couU really buy.
These are Not $44 Suits By a
By that we mean that they would ordinarily
he worth a ejeat deal more.
They were bought at a real food advantage
and there is a real saving; to every woman who
There are 15 Models
Tailored to give the narrow shoulder effect,
the trim, slender arms tailored in a way that
only suits of high breeding can boast.
The materials are soft, all-wool velours,
silvertone, tricotine. men's wear 'worsted, gab
ardine, in fashionable shades.
IF YOU WISH A REALLY FINE SUIT AND
WOULD LIKE TO MAKE A GENUINE DEF
INITE SAVING IN BUYING IT, YOU CAN
NOT AFFORD TO MISS THIS SALE AT 544.
COATS Smart New Arrivals
Great savings this week. Special
$35.00, $25.00, $22.50, $19.75
WATCH US GROW
S. W. Corner Michigan Street and Jefferson Blvd.
si J. t- i'i' . -- V'-
Dr. Pons, electrolophist, special
ist, chronic diseases. H. V. 72 2.
1 003 .S. Mich. Adv. SS55-22
A Wartime Recipe
for Gray Hair
sion superintendent's otViCe in thN
city today Klkhnrt tskes its place
as one of th- New York's Central
system's principal administrative
points in addition to having among
the brge-t repair shops in the
Sup'.- L lb p.:ssMl and his entire
.w. e :. i). r..
i"i y -' -i y."fi tu;
OH YOU BETTY!
A piquant, moreish, Hooverizing;,
come-hither pudding. It rings the
bell every time with the children.
B'.-.cft cf tle tri. buttr. unstrained crarbrrrr
-cf.gr4l-iJb-rr.cn rindet r!ni cf f lmon t-j ch
Cuart i! Hucf1. Cut the tread thinly, butter it. aal
1- tu j cr three acta in a !ep bkirc difch. AJJ
Kererou layer if cranbtrry auca to ruch the lemca
nr U. been ten mere buttered bread, an 1
rrrcred till te it Md. havir.c brea 1 (er te lat
Iyer. Cover the ajh. and bake ba!f in hcur: then re
r-eve the c.vrr ta browa the lep cf the puJ-ln. Sera
v 1 1 .'1 - C.
Cook tranberrie in porcelftia lined, coavmeled
cr aluminum veaiela onlj.
& select lea cf the choicest cultivated varieties
packed exclusively fcr
AMERICAN CRANBERHY EXCHANGE a crowere'crcanltatlan
Chicago Niw York
-w " 'J-'- mM- - 4
tafi arrived here Sunday and im-npdlat'-lv
a.umed char.ee of the
newly remodeled ottlces over the j
station. Trains over the (Jrand I
Hapids, r.iytte. Monroe and Old! a mrniPX M o
P.oad divisions were dispatched I LI ST OF AMERICANS
from her1 and to. lay the adir.inistra
ticr. of all matters pertaining to
thee hranches was accomplished
frim the local ottlces.
Ora v Ktre.ake.t or f.'L.'lerl binir m n
'Vf"V. 'h";. i:s'.,i..i,..,""' (t e Immediately made black, brow:,
1IKI of iiik.sk. I'KKVloi si,v i!K-;or liht brown, whichever shale you
l"OKTi;i PILI) KUOM UiMM jdeslre hv th0 uae- of the following
(KIVIllI IX ACTION. j 1 i . u
ri;l'ATi:s. remedy that you can make at home:
I.ouls Weav-r. Marlette. Mi. h. Merely get a small tiox of Orlex
Cliff-Til W'eesner. .I:ick--ii. Mi h. . . , qnv drup- vt(,re Tt rori
woixukii in action. iKi lu.i: rx. , piAer at an cirup .-.ore. it co.vs
PKTKKMIXKI), I'HllVIOl IV HK- 'very little and no extras to buy. Dis-
roim.ir .Mlil.(; ix ( TIOX. ; solve it in water and comb it through
Ivt Irwin M. Sulft. Iii-.!. Ky.
EXAMINATIONS WILL .
BE HELD SATURDAY
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., Oct. 22.
Hcrace Ellis; state superintendent of
jniblic instruction, today in Termed
cojnty superintenden's throughout
th? state that the October teachers
examinations rtuired b law next
Saturday should be held notwith
standing the influenza epidemic.
Thl action was taken by Supt.
rilis foilowin? a conference with Dr j f -1 - verelv,
J. N. Hurty, secretary of the state TotaL
caid of health, who ruled that the KI
KKTI'ItNKI T( Dl TV, I'HKVIOCM.Y
lillTOKTUn MlSSlXti IX ACTIOX.
Pvt. Ott 15pjl.ni, Cleveland, Ohio.
HELD BY GERMANY
AS WAR PRISONERS
WASHINGTON o. t. 22. The wr de
pUltUHMd .T.lt'O'i iCH pU'.'liratlen ef the
filila list uf pri.titaers of war in
risinii v :
AT KTATT: T.letit. Johns n D.
Kenven. Wauseon. Ohio.
Pvt. OrvUle Ttiorlton, Jaeks-nvllle.
Bi:roRTi:n in coon hfalth.
CA Ml I X KNOWN l'KI VAT ES: Ig
rn"e Kh iozni.-u ek, Clevlnnd. Ohio.
Kuene llort-'n, CMcigv ill.
the hair. Full directions for mixing
and use come in each box.
You need not hesitate to use Orlex,
as a $100.00 gold bond comes in each
box guaranteeing the user that Orlex
powder does not contain silver, lead,
zinc, sulphur, mercury, aniline, coil.
tar products or their derivatives.
It does not ruh off, is not sticky or
gummy and leaves the hair fluffy. It
will make a gray haired person look
twenty years younger. Advt.
TODAY'S AID TO BEAUTY
card of health, who ruled that the
examinations being set by law, and
r.r.t strictly "public gatherings."
shovld be held. Numerous county
superintendents had asked for a
rulirp on the matter as there are
About 2,000 new teachers in the
Ft.to employed on permits who must
take the examination in order to
continue work in the schools.
Hair is by far the most conspicu
ous thins about us and is probably
the most easily damaged by had or
The folWlnc "H.unlt'e. ae reported' careless treatment. If we are very :
hy the eointii and! tig reneral of th- 1 careful In hair washing, we will have ;
Acr.erlcun expe-llth-niry fr--e: Killed h virtually no hair troubles. An espec-'
aetion. b4: inline in a tl-a. 7- ; w oiin-1-j , 4. . . . I
lle-1 fro:a wound. i'.T. ""'"'
one that brings out all the natural ;
beauty of the hair; that dissolves j
and entirely removes all dandruff. -
mmm im m$
I ! III m I ' ;j
'!! ! i i!!p I!
! i U i 7
1(1 Ii Im ' f
t 1 I w I i a I ;
r 1 1 ! j
IUI ld LvrasAd
At Its Best
When You Need It Most
fjPNHIS is the banner Troco season, the time when we need
JL it most. When melted Troco adds the crowning flavor
to that bowl of fresh popped corn. When it is necessary to the
enjoyment of our favorite winter foods.
No need for economy Troco is
so moderately priced that all may
enjoy it freely. Make those griddle
cakes, bake those light biscuits, and
the brown waffles that are winter's
-ttakm them with Troco and $erce
them with Troco, spread on with
a lavish hand.
Made By a Special Process
Troco is made from dainty white
coconut fat and pasteurized milk
by a special procers which achieves
the flavor only found in the finest
Constant shipments and steady
demand insure crisp sweetness.
Buy It and Try It
One tfial of Troco will decide
the question of quality. You will
agree that it cannot be tiirpaysed
by any product, recardless of
The modest price saves yoa 15
to 20 cents on every pound you
buy. It will be more as the seaaon
But ask for Troco by name
not fcr just "nut margarine,"
You want the quality of ingre
dient and flavor found only ia
A capiule of vegetable colorie;
supplied on rrquetL
National Grocer Co.
Distributors, South Bend, Indiana.
7 "a, " ',fCv
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Dr. C A. Rennoe ha? moved hi
orr.ee to the Citizens Bank Bldpr.
Uoora 304. Advt. 8T51-24
Room for a few more trucks and
car? at th Martin Garage. Centrally
located. Home 5516; 1311 114.
Adw. , 8770-tf
Homer 1. M- u'iia, (iarfi-l-l, o
Prank J. Slno-n. Ma'dlon, '
C-ore It. Cherrel. CL1-::?. III.
lby ll.'.y. Wayne City. 111.
Hnvld Hrwitz. Ciio iiiiiatl. .
Jihn Cdveh. Hotridt. Ml- h.
(Jiibert J:. Arvln. Ti:n-.e!i. Hi.
C.v)Hr!le K. love, l'.-.ri .. Ill
Ni -k Cole-is. Canton, ( .
Vlneent I. lPi !. !en. 111.
Alfred H''.ft.M. Mii-li-mn. In-1.
t.lirrle F. .Mlll.r. S-miüi l'ark. Ky.
CrV.m J. Moiidt. ArUtn. HI.
.Tohn o;on. !. kp.-rt. I'd
iMilnr l'-t.st!i.ai. 'ort i.ui-1. I'd.
Wlliiaru Pi-..:e, K:ilaiaai, MI L.
Lw l:. Sfutler. T.-ul.in. 111.
i:&:i.est I.mreri.e Tb-;i'. s. S :l?er. (.
MISSING IN ACTION.
Joseph A. MrKarUnd Pl.irarra. III.
Stanley Len n!vwkl. tlcajjo. II
Luk L. Kciiey, Alexiadrla.
Tlie Latest in
T. S. GARLAND Sc CO.,
139 S. Michigan St.
excess oil and dirt; can easily
u.Ked at triflir.fr expense by Krr.ply j
dissolving: a teaspoonful of Canthrox
(which you can pet at any drutr
edst's in a cu; of hot water. Tili?
makes a full - 'p of shan.poo liquid j
enough so it is easy to apply it to I
all the hair instead of just the top of
the head. This chemically dissolves
all Impurities and creates a soothinc.
cc-olinp lather. Ilir.sir.ff leave? the
scalp spotlessly clean, soft and pliant,
while the hair takes on the glossy
richness of natural chr. al?o a tluf
:lncss which raakes it s-eem much
healer than it is After Canthrox
shampoo, arranging the hir is a
;reat'vt Harrains In Tovn.
Economy Cloak Dept.
."com! nr. 21J-211 S. Mi'h-1-nn.
()er .. Kraft C.
3 and H O nt More.
A Jeweiry Store for All
Milii:un. Near a.lilnton.
a Bargain Shoe at
CITIZENS BANK &
Safety Deposit Boxes
$1.50 per year.
Caned ArccH fcy Wo-nr
Trading yith idvertlsers
means morfirfor less cash.
1 INTERTOBAN PAY J
Save money by rvstToatiing
merchants that advertise.
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