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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 5

Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 5

Lafayette, Indiana
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5 VtHE LAAYETTE iJ AktME 3 yv? 4 41 trip by motor ana spenta snort $81 tx jioa graced by a huge wedding cake ot jev Henderson of Logansport will white decorated with eight large preach at the afternoon service The 322 Main St Parties 1 has as her Cut of Musi GRANVILLE Phone 1510 Clubs 4 Births I of A Demonstration 639 MAIN STREET The Advance Guard Sale IS of Newest Harrassing Us all Trimmed Hats 10 I A sensibly priced furnace with right principles i V'v IS SATURDAY ai Representative of Many High Grade New York Designer 'WW1 Pt friends has gone to friends and Buggle left 29c 25c 50c 25c25c Js i I rom American Best Designers at The members of the Delta Omega Tan sorority will meet with Miss Mildred McCormick at her home 1731 Morton street Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock The Psi Iota Xi sorority will hold its first meeting of thejyfear Tues day evening at 7 at' the home of Miss Elsie Siegler North Ninth I street Mr and Mrs Joseph Held Rural Route are the parents a daughter born 'Thursday at Elizabeth hospital Prof and Mrs Robbins Russell streets West Lafayette are the parents of a son Gordon Bo gardus born Wednesday evening 17a Well I You Well? STERIZOI hJ ma ANTisjErnclrt DnUu I Unto Of Of St Since we fitted him with the proper glasses It is supris 1 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO Ine 81 East Ohie Street Indianapolis Indiana end with Mrs Laura Wise of Jackson township announces the engage ment of her daughter Caroline Eliz abeth to James Alton Ray of De troit Mich The marriage will take place this month A I rxO you Want to Rent Aw 1 UNDERWOOD or do you want an UNDERWOOD machine repaired? In either ease call ap the type writer company that made it Its experts can best attend to your wants Safe Sanitary Sure vate car N6" 60 to be the guests of Mr and MrsH Mayatctheir cottage there They will return nome next Wednesday 1 Mi SAETY IRST! Accept only an of? genuine Tablets of which contains proper direc tions for Headache Earache Toothache Neuralgia Colds Rheumfr tism Neuritis Lumbago and for pain generally Strictly Amer i can Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost bub a few cents MLarger packages 4 Aspirin is the trade mark of Sayer Manufacture of Monoacetleaeldester of 8alicyiieaeUi "Z'j There are off the face models clever draped effects large rolling brima and irregular shapes and tarn effects Vel vets Satins and Duvetynes JVAtHERTON SIEGRIEDbM'frThe marriage of Russell Sieg fried and Aelene Atherton of North Judson has been announced 'The bride is4 a member of Indiana Uni versity chapterof Delta Zeta and the bridegroom who was a member of English department at In diana'Juniversity last year is amember of the Acacla fraternity Mr Siegfried has' taken a position as an instructor in English at Purdue nnlversity js and' the couple will make their' home In Mulberry J) COX The marriage of Miss Gertrude Benson' daughter of Mrs Clinton Taylor Benson of Russell street to Harry Cox has been announced The wedding took place in Battle Ground August 21 and' the Rev Richard Pengilly performed the ceremony The double ring service was used The wedding was a quiet one on account of the recent death of the father Thd bride is employed' at the Purdue agricuL tural experiment station and the bridegroom is a salesman for the Leo Pottlitzer Sons company The young couple are at home at 206 Russell street West Lafayette Metal pins glycerined novelties ostrich chenille tassels a rjs rnong the trimming touch es in all the yery latest colors? fort fall act as instructor in the high school ihs waiter Louis Broirim has arrived in the city from Evansville Ind' and will re enter Purdue university Miss Josephine Duffy of New York City is a guest of her sister Mrs IKSTO'Cbnnell Mr and Mrs Lowe will leave Saturday for Bloomington III where they will spend a week with MV and Mrs Schweiger Mr and Mrs Thomas have returned home from a several Visit in Texas Dr and Mrs A Arnett and son Richard returned Thursday from a five visit in Lac du lam beau Wisconsin They made the and now with hundreds of beautiful new models here we present a selection this season greater than ever before nririnal creations Eastern fashion centers 'and conies and adaptations of very much higher priced models will be placed on sale baturaay uur demonstration saie price following Monday night the mort gage will be burned An interesting program will)1 be given MoEfwaine is visiting in Kansas City this week Bites Ear Judge lmposes ine tBy the Associated Press INDIAN APQLIS Sept The Henry Scott I colored 35 for every bite he took on his ear here The judge threw in 30 days besides The trouble start ed over the payment of a bill fo rench suffragists favor the sur tax on singly women as well as bachelors 8 A classy low shoe extremely stylish yet com fortable oxford you will be proud to wear in a soft dark brown mahogany calf stitched perforated wing tip welt sole military heel ail To See This Oxford Cool days and chilly nights announce autumn then winter's "gripping cold Nature is sounding her warning to prepare Is your HEATING PROBLEM solved? Is your home to have healthful comfortable grateful heat at minimum cost? uel is high Let us give you details full today of the MAJESTIC DUPLEX HEATING SYSTEM Smart New all Brogue Uxioras IHe Sees With Ease this purpose no remedy can equial S' the fine old blood purifier that has been in constant use for more than fifty years Be ing made from the rts and herbs of the forests it is purely vege table and cojitlns no mineral sub 'Stance det a bottle of at your drug stfe today and note how promptly it builds up the appetite and gives new strength and vital ity Write for free literature and medical advice Chief Medical Ad viser 830 Swift Laboratory Atlanta Ga The irst Real Style Event of the Season WARNING! Unless you see the name tablets you are not getting genuine Aspirinprescribedby physicians for 20 years and proved safe by millions Naire has same meaning as 14 Karat on gbldJl II gold hearts for the children and eight small hearts for the grand children and" topped with gold candles in honor of the brides birthday 1 As the guests were seated at tne table two beautiful poems composed by Mrs Olive Moore qf Kansas in honor of the occasion were recited by Thelma Scott a granddaughter and Mrs Minnie Dayson A prayer was then offered to the Great Giver of good that He would give these dear old people many more years of health and happiness The bride of fifty years wore a beautiful gray silk dress and the children were all sure that mother never looked as lovely fifty year? ago as she did that day Mr and Mrs Smith received many beautiful presents among them be ing forty five dollars in gold Those prese5t wer'e Mr and Mrs rank Scott" and two daughters Ila and Thelma of Oxford Mr hnd Mrs Clarence Smith Mr and Mrs Lee Smith and daughter Catherine Lee all of Dayton Ohio Mr and Mrs nf TrfnvtllA Mrfi ChflS kvwvtMxt tiraa i innrnr nnn oiiiiui tsii Meredith Mr and Mrs Chas Tan sey and Mrs Minnie Dawson of Remington Cleo Raymond Selters son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Setters of Park avenue entertained nine of his little playmates Wednesday afternoon in honor of his tenth birthday anni versary Games were played and dainty refreshments were served Miss Verna Anderson of Shadeland niece of Mrs Selters assisted her Miss Thelma Ruth Bulkley of At tica was guest of honor at a party given by her cousin Miss Helen Bergsma at her home 1130 North Sixteenth street Wednesday evening Games were enjoyed and Jack Wells and James ulks entertained with some splendid musical selections Those present Were Miss Bergsma Thelma Ruth Maxine Murphy Evalyn Bergsma Oilipley jacK Wells William Reichards and ence Smith Refreshments served at a late hour A dance will be elven at ejans hall Saturday evening by the Royal Social club The Aid society of arm Institute church enter tained their families at a wiener roast and marshmallow toast in the grove adjoining the home of Mr and Mrs Clinton Swaynie of Route Games were played and 'songs Were sung around the bonfire After the supper the ladies arranged a delightful program In which all took part There were twenty sev en guests present and all had a most enjoyable time 'Prlorifl returned" trip Tippecanoe i Xupervisor of '7 muric college at EmpoiJSRapsjS'WlWi'has been Vis iting hwiSKatiWe and 'Mrs An tony Baum for "several wpeksJ went 1 to Chicago Thursday to visit her slster'Mrs Herman for a few davs before going to Emr porfaMlssk'Bdum Wa accompanied tdfChicago by her little niece Jane Baum of Omaha Neb 5 JIhs Beatrice Jamison nas gone Ind yhertyjshe will Heatirig Stpves arid Ranges Our stock of Alcazar and Laurel Stoves "assures 'you satisfaction for immediate requirements Mr and Mrs Lambert Halseraa 1 and family visited relatives at Reynolds Sunday Mr and Mrs 1 Neal Vaulk of Montmorenci were 1 guests of Mrs Ella Klaverenga and daughters Miss Josephine Mahlke is visiting this week with her sla ter Mrs red Shellie Sabe Halsema and Cecil Eldrige df Mo non' is visiting this week with the parents Mr and Mrs Elton Campbell and daughters Vera and Gaynelle Mr and Mrs Albert Sandberg Clarkson and Miss Dine all of Lafayette were dinner guests of Clarkson and fam ily Sunday Mrs George Stover and Mrs Otis Sandoe were callers of Mrs Ed Johnson Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ernest Stover and Miss Velma Clarkson are in Danville Ill this week air ana Jean6 Jeannene and Tacques who jspendinga few weeks 'on the Battle Ground camp grounds returned their home In ChicagoThursday Charted of South Eleventh street has as her guest Miss Helen' Banister of St Louis i' Mr and Daugherty of Indianapolis will tbe the end guests df Mr and Mrs William Chafee of North Eighth street Mrs Maude Bowen of Detroit Mlchw who has been here for the past two months as the guest of her sister Mrs Stella Paul will re turn home' Saturday Miss Marie Atchison is a guest of Mias Anna Milroy of rankfort Carl and Oscar Bromm returned to their "home sin Evansville riday after a visit with their sister Mrs Henry Marshall Jr of Kossuth street William Zimmerman spent Thurs day in rankfort on business Mr and Mrs Norris and daughter Ruth of rankfort spent Thursday in this city Miss Alice Aiken' left Thursday lor Chicago to visit relatives tor ten days Miss Aiken who reside? in New York City will spend the winte with Mr and Mrs Aiken and attend school here Edgar Robertson of Brown street Is in Chicago for a short visit Pinkerton of Chicago has arrived to visit friends in the city loyd Chafee of Chicago has re turned from Indianapolis and will resume his visit with his parents ME "'and Mrs William Chafee of North Eighth street Carl Snyder df this city will spend' the week end in Chicago Miss Bertha Snyder will leave Saturday for Chicago where she will spend the week end with friends TVTIsh Elizabeth Aiken guests Miss Kate Dolson of rank fort and Mr and Mrs George Davis of Greensburg Misses Mary and Catherine Stewart have returned to their home in Chicago after a Visit With Miss Elizabeth Aiken Mrs Butz and son Gordon left for their home in Jamestown after a visit with Mrs mether Mrs Daniel Ely of South street They were accompanied home by Miss Annabel Ely who will make an extended visit in the east Miss Leland Parker has returned after a visit with her fa ther John Parker at ort Dodge Mr and Mrs Jacob Lawson of Otterbein are visiting Mr and Mrs Clarence Lawson of North Eighth street Miss Dorothy Caldwell will leave Sunday for Cleveland where she will be an Instructor in the junior high school at Lakewood a suburb of Cleveland Mrs Jule Truman of Cincinnatistreet will leave sthe last of the "week for ort Wayne to visit her sisters Mrs Charles Cassell and Miss Hannah Meyer She will be gone a week Miss Edith Dana Weigle will ar rive riday from Chicago to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Charles Weigle of Highland avenue Mr and Mrs nenry jveinurewn will leave Saturday for Chicago for st visit with their daughter Mrs Howard Lee They will be accom panied by their granddaughter Vir ginia Lee Prof and Mrs Allen and HaiitrUfor Tnne? and Mr and Mrs ranks Riedel have returned from a five motor trip in the east They were accompanied home by Mrs mother Mrs O' Knight of Miami la Prof Allen attended the National Convention of Dancing Masters which was held at the Astor hotel in New York City and was elected vice president of the national association Prof Allen was also special teacher in aesthetic dancing and introduced a dance arranged by himself entitled He 18 planning to in troduce some entirely new ball room dances in this city Mrs George Seeger and son Kenneth and Mrs James Jordan left Wednesday afternoon for a visit in Delaware City Del Phila delphia and Atlantic City They will be gone two weeks Mrs rank Newhouse has gone to Indianapolis to visit George achlnger Jr Danville Ill to visit attend the I I fair Mr and Mrs smartest creations for in Satih Char: rneiise and Tricotine that make them decidedly attractive to'! anv woman1 or miss Models with panel Is A effects and many very pretty beaded iV models 'Air sizes: ror porn woihcr PAY TRIBUTE TO OXORD COUPLE MrVjand 4 Mrs SmithMarried ifty Years Dinner Smart Dresses for all Sizes LGDDE Jeweler and Optician 419 Main St attend the National Baptist associa tion a Morris1 of Smith street is ati'his home'Z1 Miss Cora Kelly wilt leave Satur day for her home Plainfield Ind Shewill be Accompanied by Eugene Hearn of Salem Mrs Wlex? lWaIker andtson'Rich 1 or Nortn jriiteentn street wmi MrJand Mrs Smith of Indianapolis Jiext Week ford celebrated their golden wed The ellows and members of dimr anniversary August 25 a fam i the Household of Ruth will have a 1 held picnic Mbnday ai Murdock park1 ily reunion having been held Xmusementg of all kinds will be in Mr and were 257 evidence and dinner and lunch will riedin 1870 George served all day At night the ju homestead'' near Oxford Mrs veniles will have an entertainment at Vorhacs of Kansas is the only other Jhe hjjJ1 Qn Saiem street person noyr living who attended me Thft National Association for the ceremony 4 Advancement of Colored People will Mr and Mrs Smith are the par a mass I meeting Tuesday night ents of eight children six Lincoln school All members and present to help celebrate their an friends are virged to be present niversary and it was a day enjoyed i Sunday will be communion day at by all for the children have long second Baptist church Services in since' gone into homes of their own the afternoon at 3 At high noon a regular wedding Misg Hable McDonald of Salem feast was served the table being vstreet will visit in Indianapolis next beautiful with hand painted place Week i cards and napkins of white andp Sunday September 12 will be gold The center of the table was qUarterjy meeting at Bethel church JIm IrA AT stl 50c Milk Magnesia 39c doc GO MIIK Magnesia A Milk Magnesia 100 Hinkle Pills 35c Phenolax A lad Salt for Blad der Kidneys and Liver 60c "fr I $100 Indu? 3 for $2A0 One Indu Pills free Drecc Pepgen Tanlac $150 BeefJlron and Wine $125 Buchnu Elixir $100 SEE! OUR WINDOW SElX OUR PRICES 4 SEE US I LoMir Pharmacy Prescription Drug Store Phone 474 666 Main St WE' DELIVER The Mimic Camp ire girls de lightfully surprised Miss Dorothy Murphy Wednesday evening at' her home on Union street by giving her a party in honor of her birthday anniversary i ne evening was spent thia wee Mr and Mrs James in music and dancing and dainty re Campbell and daughter Leah went freshments were served The guests Crawfordsville Thursday Gor departed wishing Miss Murphy many Gay and Samuel Sidebottom arc happy birthdays Ralph Thompson at Battle 4 S' Ground Ahis week Mr and Mrs Porter of Kansas are vipiuwjjiwr daughter and husband Mr and Mrs Yuill Mrs Charles Carte was at Thursday Mr and Mrs Samuel Stover ate i visiting relatives in Dakota The Children of Mr and Mrs Ed John son ace on the sick list 1 Engagements ohlman T' Jeweler and Optometrist 434 Main St $100 Squibb Mineral Oil 85c $100 Co Mineral Oil85e $100 Nujol I 85c 60c Nujol 43c A Mineral Oil 75c 50c Pluto Whter 34c 35c Sal Hcpatica 29c 70c Sal Hcpatica 57c $140 Sal Hcpatica $119 A Di Hepatic Salts 35c 60r $100 i 75c Sodium Phosphat Effervescent 50c Keep Your Blood Pure Nature Will Do the Rest DidSyotP kdoW that ninety per ceht 6f all human ailments depend 'upon the" condition of your blood? Mature' gives her warnings in va ways so that when the appetite falls and you A become weak and listless and a gefieral" run down condition' seems to take possession of the whole bodj It Is' an unfailing sign that impuritles will steadily accumulate 'sK'ift until your general health will be se 'riously affected You should recog i af 1 nize a the importance therefore of very promptly cleansing out theY 'system and keeping the blood sup ply pure ano a oousi irig how mahy have defective vision and do I not hud it but until Mature springs a realaiarfri4: Have us exa3fnine your eyes andserijf trouble exists If it doesn we 11 be Sglacl to tell you Jq charge for! examination and that tdiltinguishbd ayd upon'h'eafing the ratification ne from Tennessee otlTHticAl 'parties have bcenplaying same attempt to catch yote In my opibidn they will txhnr The women will vote as? theys please on the great issues be 4' country as thpy ought They will align themselves between according to convictions and the artful politicians who anglinfe for'their Womenare ApttQ beAhuch better men than men are i Judging iscne of the most important tasks associated the teseorjsevertfigty 5Vhat candidate for moimportaritAhan" hdwbe says ifor where It Is the courage 'witffi sJcerhy'aKd trutb his honest convictions that counts thcjyoters be theymenyor" women who are striving to support the 4 dat foipresident senator congressman or state or county office I 1 hut the unsell Ocsp serve noxtpe seinsn aesires os jpujviuuj fgh' aspirationa fot the common weal A good strong vote on today 'wlJl contribute greatly to the cause of womanhood Tp i A rr4 onnrprlatA it bv the Peqpie nave given' tnem me tuie USf 2 "suThose opposed to 'women voting should understand it was given to thm purify the ballot This isthe basic fact with respect a VdffrageiKTfies people believed it would benefit the nation and the com mufety A The women should act in accordance with that opinion They 'r 8hcdfvote ballot to honor them Ths women Ashodid not be fastidious" or querulous about thia matter They were given bulkt4a JuippQve iti If they accept it and use it it will be a ij "appreciate the confidence and trust imposed in them The (A womai of 'the future are to vote They should start out well for the good of is the time Let themrecognize their citizenship today iUwill be" to their honor and praise Gdand vatejyour' high ideals gharming New Arrivals the hall on Salem street Advancement of Colored People will Wells James ulks Refreshments Helen Bulkley Hutrhes Luke Doctor and children were jew 'Revnd Ct Terrell leave inert? week forIndianapoli J' fl 7 i Ifits pjosyscU rlaRVinlr a Prass Shoe Go a A i 1 1 njVjArVvMwv i 4i 1 Vi i'h ZZ 1 I 1 ai mi ii i I I ia 8 i in aCJ "A 1 I XI 7 i I CA'TW ns I i i 1 KWH lT 'r nA A 1 Ilia It 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 4 A rlihM IhawMStM 4 1 IKWfLCT VA ft 4S 1 XJ MlrJII IP7v7jWA7M a lifts ZL1 mil i 3B 5 IH f' 1 'V Vf sms Wwimssea 1 rV I WYM2 1 XV i 1 il: Jr JK A iz z' ij hz A vtX 1 3t aSrslS sKe fcsr fl'Z g2S' SSasMrt: BE a I Siifii iiiMi! a 7 el LVX '49 A firtSSW CM? 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