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Mn. Mary To!nir. 216. E. st.. is critically ill. NEWS OF MISHAWAKA News-Times Office 120 Lincoln Way V. Phone Mishawaka 10 Third APPLES $1.50 Per Bushel F. L. McNABB 502 East Jeff er ion St Phone MUhawaka 902 Fdrl bread. lSe; oatmeal cookie, 2 4c. Try them; rone bet ter. AdvL ltl SKOSSHQPf" THe TalK ELOPING COUPLE HELD IN CHICAGO;.- Caimer Danclrocke Heine: i Himself to Another Man's Tifc and Monev. I ra.lmr D rr 1 r o v-k !pri u Ith Mr. Il'rn P.i!irkf of this r;ty sry. 'ra! ria;s .it;r arM tin -;jp'r i now ''ir. held in 'hi';i' and will 'tourM Lark to M.?hawaka 'hief ffr-nd:r. iny rro arrM on a uarr.ini : worn out by tn won. an nusnano.. ''harping thorn with jrrand larcc ny. Palicko 'illei,rd that before I).m- rlrorko ar.d hi? wif l-ft thy toorC a!! of the lnjohand's ainx arvl "thor property. Th-y will h ar raiKpod hrfor- City Judre Fi ft upon thejr return. ST sTAINS nitOKF.N KM-,!'. Miy. L'4-!'- DoKaU of Chicago, who !s the ;ru"t of hr grand TMothr. Mrs. John 13. Smith, north f Mishawaka. iht Vit.-r-rap !jff-red a hrokon as th r?"al! of a fall which morning. occurred. Wednesday n.M:iiL ny ouvimj; i;i t.i:m-: HINT. T.o fiinra: of Orvl!, F'upn Hunt. 11-vcar-nM m of Mr. and Mrs Hay FI. Hunt. .22 f:. Marion t. will b be!d from th1 resid nco ar z P fn. Tliurxl.-y. .ov. ('. W. Titux offlriatc. flu rial will l.e i'i Fairview cmftcry. u:vi; ion nxititov IjAkp. Mrs. Willnni Nimt and children. IMii.so and Hi' hard, of Chicafro, who arr the cuosr.- of tho former's Jnothrr. Mrs. T.rtley Peitohley. 117 I?. Kiifhth t.. h.ivf to Barron lake for a ?-ral dajs' outinc:. 1 !of Federal broad, lc: 1 rioz. Td.eral suear rookies. 2c. Got tho tookles TODAY OM,V for 1 Advt. 1 1 1 . mhs. m i i.i.i it rr.M:i:AL. The body of Mr-. .1. imi F. .Mi'lcr, Iviwrence m.. .ill be iiippei this moj-ninir to I'aletii,' Ind., whore Mishawaka Woolen Mfg. Co. "BALL-BAND" Rubber & Woolen Footwear Mishawaka, Ind. MISHAWAKA GARAGE Moon &. Buchanan, Prpos. A FULL LINE OF TIRES, OILS AND ACCESSORIES AgenU MONROE CARS St. Joe County Next Door Mbhawaka Hotel Mishawaka, Ind. -BENZOLINE The Last Word in MOTOR FUEL Independent Tank Line Schroedcr Coal and Ice Co. burial s rvirr ill I't- !u Id. Ja three weeks' vacation. J I .K risiil I i.M S .N I'AdK 1, 1 tr". ", . ..... .i.,.,.. ,,r ,,..., ..i r- -STfr. .... .z21! Si BLUE WAOON SERVICE TWI fSf S I Good Program Features Second Chautauqua Day y.Tncrn Williams .inj Jcrn Mc- I rr-M rntrrt.iinrn t:i- artf-rnrnn ami tmn r.r a rami'cr of sctmh airs. ....- 1 1 i I A . . I 1 r.c;'i infers v, nv iins.n in urn hiS'hlan'l roctunin whifh lfiit it t)urh of th- picturcs'pp to their rr,"n,blf. V. ';tkins wik sue- rr-fL;i in his rr.n r. o i o p i: number whirh "f!r.orl t pl-.to the afr--r- ! rKon huMr.i' inimen'-ly. Th. I rv nine l rtur- l y I)r. Carolyn II. fcifl on " !!(. to h' Youn: at iev- k , ntv, or Ol. i at Koity," was ono f J.y th. fiiK-st intellectual treats vor :if for'ld a Mihi":tk i auriifnec. In i th'1 roirjo of hr rnuarlrs sh inad ;t ;n, rrr. onthuM.-.stic. lo-.-al appral To iln mom it i t.o a in n nc- in l:o n thur liodios h'-ilthy. helpful practical yiiyMi.-ms to ail th'-m in nz s. iooi hai.l r:Tiirsi.vrs. Thoo irit-r-?oii hi tho formation of a football l'il for Mih twaka rd"1 :i!;ofl to attend a tnr-etini; at Jff't. smoko shop, Lincoln Way W.. l'ridav vnins at 7::'". Advt. 1MJ nin. ni i'AHTMr.xT. Tho Central fire department was called to the Perkins Windmill corp oration last oenmic to extinguish a fire. No -?.noi'-jes reolttd. Tho department was also railed to extiniruish nvn ras-s fire on tho orner of netldjck and Sixth it. and i:. Hatten t. iNjrm i in r.i.L. Mrs. .1 I J. Krani.T of Grand I;.ip;ds, ho ; is;t;r her (.aimhter Mi-s h.l;.fi Kramer. 117 Wrst t., jt;ff i .1 a badly spr n:;od ankle I.- the rv in: .f a fall Monday. Mrs. Kramt" i c-!i.:u1 t h-r J a ti ali tor 's r J rt. IM. W ITH Ml MI'S. Arthur Co. Short st . confined to his home v. ith an ;ttack of the mumps. Special on cakes Saturday, at h Federal Hak cry. Advt. lt I,F.Vi:s rOR CANADIAN TRIP. Miss Gertrude F.. Malroy, N. Main St., has pone to Kitchener. KIrnira. and other points in Canada to spend a three weeks' vacation. and other points in Canada to spend .lllTlii.li .misiiauak i I y 11 ; 3 Concerns Cooperating to Make Mishawaka a WANTED .flno K Burlap P.irs at once. 5c to JOr rach. according to siz and ondition. H.wirsAi.vs fou i;vi:rtVHODY 1 We deal with everyone. V'e are not limited to (Grangers only.) FI.OFII V"hite Rose . . bbl. 514.00; sack M.er r'hit FaprI. ) ere be lie . . . "told Md.il . Sleepy Kye . . bhl. SH.fi(; sack SI.S5 bbl. $ 14.60; ta( k $l.h." bid. $!5.-0; pack S2.0 bbl. $1.0); pack 52.10 exchange Flour for wheat. See js now about your year's supply of Flour. We have a Gold MrIal prop osition that will surprij you. poFiriiY fi:i:i Chirk Feed $4.00 per 100 Scratch F-cd .51.10 to 51."." Nuff siirl. stock fi:i:d fil Meal 51. OO Middlinprs (genuine whit ones) $.t.rn, $4.00 nop (corn and oats only) . . . .51.00 Them bic orders That wholesale business Wo want that. Try u. GRANGE ELEVATOR COMPANY Mish. 192 405 S. Union St. ask vorn c;koci:r fou RED BIRD and VERY BEST BREAD Tin !t Broa1 in Trum NORTH SIDE BAKERY A. BLOCK. rnp. Ilhauuka. Intl. MISHAWAKA DAIRY CO. Clarified MILK Pasteurized SAFE FOR THE BABY GEO. C. CLARK METAL LAST CO. Manufacturers of ALUMINUM BOOT and SHOE LASTS Mishawaka, Ind. HOOSIER RUBBER COMPANY Manufacturers of SERVICE and ANCHOR GRIP RUBBER HEELS Mishawaka, Ind. MHTIIJ.Y PARTY. Mr. onl Mr. Howard K. Steele. ?. M.tin t., rntertainc-fl 20 frucyts at an o'clock dinner TucMay evening. Th affair was in honor of Mrn. trrlp's birthday. Ir rrram and cake noial at Woodland ry adult cla?son of Ft. John"? Sunday chool. Thursday vrn in sr. Aug:. 13. Everybody in vited. Advt. 1 8 1 1 HACK Mr. and Lincoln way Rock Inland nioM ri.i.rvoiR. Mr?. DwlsTit n. Ilke, W., have returned from 111., where they rnent the pa?t two weck with relatives. A daughter was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mr. FMward J. Iisman. 203 S. hiirch St.. at St. Joseph' maternity hospital. Federal !)tins. biscuits and plea in bargain" compared with the prices and Muallty of the Rverape bakery. Advt. lSt4 Federal service. quality court e.v can't bo beat. Advt. and 1 St 4 HYTTUTAINS 1020 CT,.SS. Mim Holen Yenn. 10 N. Sprlnpr sr.. entertained the members of the ncn sra1uatlnjr class of St. Joseph's school at her home, Tuesday even ing. Favors were awarded to Vic tor Tripple and Miss Beatrice Sha- fer. Music and frames were enjoyed. Refreshments were served. There wore 20 present. a x x or nci: i;xc a c kmcxt. Mr. and Mrs. Martin L.. O'Connell. K. Third st.. announced the engage ment of their daughter. Kathleen, to Groyer Simons of Chicago, at a 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening. The date of the marriarre has not been lecided upon. Covers wero laid for ix.irm-:s UICIIT KVK Kenneth Spencer. 12 K. Marion st . sustained severe Injuries to his riht eyo while at work at the Clark Metal Co. Tuesday night. Thursday Is Fried Cake day at tho Federal. Watch for announce ment. Advt. I?t4 Otto Dill has taken out a building permit for an addition to his home at ir.ll Sarah st.. to cost $300. We need to remember that any citizen who wants to work should be allowed to work and he should be protected while he works by every force which the government and the state have. To deny an American this protection or this right is to deny something which the constitution guaran tees and the declaration of independence promises. There were some industrial troubles in Indianapolis several months ago. These troubles were akin to some in other cities at that time; there were strikes in progress. We do not know whether these strikes were justified. A few are justified most strikes are not; but do know that when American citizens wanted to go to work to take the place of strikers they deserved the protection of government agencies. It happened that one worker a married man, respected citizen, friend of the people, father of several children, a man who sup ported not only his own family, but an aged mother this man went to work to fill a position left vacant by one of the strikers. He was assaulted while on his way home from work. Indianapolis immediately took action. It recognized that an American has the right to work and is entitled to the fullest pro tection while he works. The city administration called on the MISHAWAKA VULCANIZING CO. M)cr A. BOSSl Props. M O Dl MS VULCAX1 ZIX G Agents for MILLEH TIRES MUli. 12"4 221 X. Main MiMiawakn, Ind. HOTEL MISHAWAKA "Comfortable Reasonable Modern and Fireproof. Spacious Verandas. Excellent Cusine. H. H. Horton, Mgr. Mishawaka, Ind. HINKLE MOTOR CO. Authorized FORD AGENTS Phone Mishawaka 91 215 Lincoln Way W. Mishawaka, Ind. 1 INTEREST IN LEAGUE PLEASES CANDIDATE By Fnited Ptss: COLUMBUS. O., Au?. 1?. Gov. James M. Cox today declared that one of the outstanding impressions he has received from his first week of stump speaklnp is that the. in tercet of the country in the I.frue of Nations has been reawakened. Wdeepread resentment has been provoked Dy Sen. Harding's proposal for "a separate peace with Ger many." he asserted. ONE FIREMAN KILLED AND OTHERS OVERCOME ny United Tress: XF.YV YORK, Aurr. 1. One fire- . . . t m . Ja man was killed during tne nisrni ana 70 others overcome in a three hour battle with a flaming pit under a store In Fourteenth Ft. The pit In which the fire started was a store room containing: a large quantity of celluloid. Many fighters used gas masks in combatting the flames. Demand Back Pay ' Before Printing Ballots Dv Fnlted Treas: CHICAGO. Aug. IS. Chicago cit izens may evade one heavy duty next month. They may not have to vote In the primaries. Printing houses announced today they will not print ballots for the citv until back bills have been paid. Phone 197 COATS' Funeral Home Funeral Directing ana Embalming Third and Race Sta. ACME MACHINE CO. Manufacturers of DIES, JIG, TOOLS AND GENERAL MACHINE WORK Mishawaka, Ind. AUTOMOBILES KENWORTHY KENWORTHY MOTORS CORPORATION Mishawaka, Ind. ; strafe: "FARMERS ATTENTION! Order Wheat Fertilizer now, get it off the car and save expense. " ROY JAQUITH 226 N. Main St. Feeds. Seeds and Coal Phone Mish awaka 207 Finch & Sprague Undertakers (Grace M. Finch, Prop.) AMBULANCE SERVICE 202 N. Main St., Miahawaka Phones. Mishawaka 100 SPECIAL SALE FRIDAY On Old Fashioned Ginger Bread Squares Watch for Advertisement FEDERAL BAKERY Mishawaka 1 11 1 , 4 state for aid in its campaign. The result is that in Indiana today there is a different attitude than that which existed a year or two ago. Today a workman may work where he pleases. He is as sured of the protection of the city and state, even to the extent of the national guard and militia. The Indianapolis campaign was not against unions as such. There is no open hostility against collective bargaining. The prin ciples of unionism were not attacked. But it was made very plain that Indianapolis believes that an American to work and while he works he is entitled to the pro tection of all government agencies. There is no radicalism in this Indianapolis attitude. Rather it is conservatism. It injures no just man and no juit cause. It pro tects just men and all just causes. attacks that might be made against men who choose to work in a certain position. MISHAWAKA ELECTRIC SHOP Wiring, Fixture and Supplies Mish. 705 103 Lin. Way E. Mish awaKa. ina. Naugatuck, Conn. Manchester, Eng. RUBBER REGENERATING COMPANY IMPROVES CRUDE and WASTE RUBBER Mishawaka, Ind. STAJITTXC, LIGTrTTN'O. IGM. TIOX DATTXKY WORK. Mlsbavraka Battery frr1ce. Coraer of E!r?i!h and Main Sta. Dance at EAGLE POINT Five müc east of Mishawaka WEDNESDAYS, SATUR DAYS AND SUNDAYS Good Bathing and Diving LAI; DAY At 1 P. M. A special program will be held. Peter DeClark will give $75 worth of prizes. Dance will follow events. Better Place to Live In Americanism includes the right of And it will do away with any AVENUE GARAGE Distributors of GRANT SIX and BRISCOE MOTOR CARS 102-4-6 Mish. Ave, E. Mish 1202 Mishawaka, Ind Herzog & Anderson Coal, Coke and Builders' Supplies Our new Fairbanks Scales ready for public weighng Phones Mishawaka 24 and 1845 TRY "MISHAWAKA ORANGE" Bottled by MISHAWAKA BOTTLING WORKS Mith. 1285 505 Oliver CU of the Get them todav at the FEDERAL BAKERY 1 dozen Fried Cakes 30c One loaf of Bread 18c, get the two for 40c LS J GOLK Today and Tomorrow CHARLES RAY -IN iL The Egg Crate Wallop In his left he packs a kick like a mule; his rirht seems swathed with a horseshoe; but the blows of his heart for someone make the might of his fists seem tame. It's a won derful story for wonderful Charles Ray a mighty story of the squared ring where strong men battle for money, for fame, and for love and right! Dodge Manufacturing Co. MISHAWAKA, IND. Main Plant No. 1 I Plant No. 2 I POWER TRANSMISSION MACHINERY Engineers and Machinists South Union St. and N. Y. Central R. R. Plant No. 3 ONEIDA & KEYSTONE STEEL PULLEYS, etc., Oneida, N. Y. Plant No. 4 DODGE HEAVY OIL ENGINES Marine and Stationery (Formerly Burniol Engines) South Byrkit St. and N. Y. Central R. R. Eat BURKHARTS "CARNATION" and "JUST RIGHT' BREAD A Fine Line of Pastry and Cakes Mish. 199 117 E. Mish. Ave. DO IT ELECTRICALLY and have it done by JOS. J. SOENS Mish. 1204 109-111 W. 1st St. LOWE LUMBER CO, Building Material at LOWEST PRICES Possible under present conditions Mishawaka, Ind. CLARK LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING COMPANY Dry Cleaning Rug Cleaning Dyeing Repairing Phone 180 Mishawaka, Ind. Town an ! "INDESTRUCTO" TRUNKS and WATERPROOF PLYWOOD PRODUCTS South Bieger St. i and N. Y. Central R. R Plan No. 5 PHONOGRAPHS and PLYWOOD CABINET . PRODUCTS East Front St. and N. Y. Central R. R. INTERSTATE EQUIPMENT COMPANY -f Manufacturers of CONCRETE MIXERS Mishawaka, Ind. LOCK JOINT TUBE CO. Manufacturers of STEEL. TUBING Mishawaka, Ind. ! Cheapest Pumping Power Plione MJJiawaka 70 IWor install ins: an y sju-m of farm ncr uj pl. Improved new Oiliest Wind mill brt thrrrj nil. I -a sm a lifo- ttme. V IM.RKI.VS comon atiov '"OH II EM l Eft V III