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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 3

Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 3

Lafayette, Indiana
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a Thursday Evening May 12 1921 LAAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER DISTRICT CLUBS SYNDICATE ATHLETIC ROMANCE WILL DEVELOP HMONTICELLO I obtained and MULBERRY stret ern ami am use syndicate Mid Season Clean Up Sale of Suits first Here are some wonderful bargains and All $2950 and $35 Suits at $1500 rondeil IT business a re All $65 $75 and $85 Suits $3975 tire new All $95 1 25 and 1 35 Suits $6850 finest suits of it the is 45 to 50 These miles to extraordinary It does not take an expert to recognize the style and quality Come and see SPECIAL OR SATVRDAY One Day Only! JUST LIKE THE ONE WE HAD ON SALE IN EBRUARY and play suits of the same materials and colors These garments come in sizes 1 to 6 $250 Values $250 Values See our west window See our west window 223 MAINkSWW I car in the coldest we: ITCHY PIMPLES ALL OVER ACE i that mines Murk ston Mr the great Pacific It is not gcneral the Peninsula of JLr a nd Panama from most of a nv bills the eat indns cominu mty high school admtmst ration of the faculty also Mr and and Mrs Hugh outlet for the America now the American ast to make market tor it finds a this move perint undent and Mrs Tuesday evening at house Tins class Start Easy in Coldest Weather Other Cars Show Proportion ate Saving Sammy Bonham has been at ittenburffil Cleveland to visit friends and relatives Will Rutan says he re cently heard Billv Sunday preach sat Indianapolis Air Rutan thinks is surely some preacher Dept IXtldea 41 Sold erwry whr Soap 25c Oik ment 25 and 50c Talcum 25c ORDS RUN 31 MILES ON GALLON GASOLINE a gallon of gasoline So the manufacturers of the dine and half kerosene and still more power and more milea I you now get from tlie high were present and Mrs Parker II iickson urthcr de and wholly by The whole still in? the stage of culture are practically its These have here day was observed by all our Sunday schools David Seasoning (JoulileS the strength ot green wood of merchandise at the present time it is offer all of our $9500 $12500 and $13500 in the county at practically half price and per cent run slow makes it i any other er You The extent not stem to that of the cession also the exclusive and fur If you have proves to Carhartt Overalls wear longest cost less You'll find them at Very Red and Would Scale Over Could Not Sleep Cuticurafteals Coinlv made of inv treat in on I healing cent fl dd re beginning bargains Dur Jackson is responsible Above statement true I Worth to mv stomach trouble above statement that Nerv Worth you want bottle is druggist (your money Nerv Worth is sold and reccom Imended by the Bartlett Drug Co into the about as in the ipply 10 times 4 and girls Rompers Creepers Dresses Play Suits various Reso Didlake crc Paxton reg George Spencer Anderson Manv nnl I taken off tn one the school They whom large profits Write them today Ad vertisement had pimples all over my face that were very red and would fester and scale over hey itched and I could not help scratching them' and sometimes I could not sleep They started in spots on my face and after a while my face was almost one blotch of pimples used Cuticura Soap an Oint ment and the pimples started to heal and after using three boxes of Cuti cura Ointment with the Cuticura Soap I was (Signed) Edwin Kessler Route A Marienthal Kan Make Cuticura Soap Ointment and Talcum your daily toilet preparations Richard Howe visited friends in Sheldon Wednesday evening Dr and Mrs Win "Walker anil Mrs Ja mes McDaniels Win Brandon attended the down gasoline consumption of motor and reduces gasoline one third to one half is I proud achievement of 1 He Air rlc jtion carburetor co bit Aiaciso: (St Dayton Ohio Tins remarka ible invention not only increases th all motors from 30 to 50 but enables every one to on high gear Il also Club at her home on i ifth Tuesday attrnoon ami Mrs Claude Morris and Rakestraw motored to Ox one would imagine either In July 54 degrees is considered hot but ltd (does not go much below 18 in Jan i uary at one of the principal south ern ports This is a climate ad iimrablv suited to white men I much better than the tropics In idced Kamchatka may yet achieve (fame as a summer resort It is not as far away as Hawaii to which so many Americans go annually carry goods over from one season to another for you have been selling up to $1 3500 are included in this sale I Dick Ixindon Yale jumper and Miss Alice Ixrd Brooklyn swimmer went to Antwerp last summer as members of the American Olympic (games team They wil be married in June The romance started on the you the medicine Remember if your first not satisfactory your 3 authorized to refund i oral native I Kamchadales I They are of seem to iagery living (hunting and 'country in primitive liuntin I urs and fish I only products i to foie been handled by a Russian 'trading company I Yet Kamchatka is a rich country (it contains not only coal and oildeposits but also rich deposits of i copper iron and sulphur The Annual Convention of Wom Body to Be Held Next Thursday All Counties Represented Special to Journal Courier MONTICELLO Ind May The eleventh annual convention of the Tenth Indiana District ederation of Clubs will be held at the Presbyterian church in this city next Thursday May 19 and a splendid program has been ar ranged Mrs Harry Little of Goodland is district" chairman and with the bocal Union of Clubs has been working for the success of the meeting The chairman of the eight coun ties in the district will meet at 8:45 a with Mrs AL Pittin ger as instructor At the same hour the resignation of delegates district officers and directors and county chairmen will take place At 9:15 a the ty chairmen and and directors will church parlors to stitution and at (and no doubt will make i his chosen profession I Jenkins has gone to Omaha Neb! (where he is employed as a ship ping clerk in a wholesale house Would vou like to hear the phonograph Mr Edison uses? Claypool Miller Music Co 613 615 Main Street improved Home for its remarkablo power send mail your mime and I will send After you have it has uroven ir wlt to be that lung looked for sue may Do not you Kpnd Isn that fair hy suffer ny longer when relief is thus ffend jmi free delay means ot rid of forms of rheumatism you Suffering of a Quarter Century Quickly Relieved by Nerv Worth In 1900 its population less than 8000 although its is more than a hundred thou square miles There arc a Russians in the county but for over reined OUl SUCH was only 1 fon nd that cured me completely a piiiuu returned a number afilieted oven bedridden By REDERIQ HASKIN WASHINGTON May The undeveloped wilderness of Si beria is tne natural pioneeiing spirit of that it has crossed continent The ar a paradox is the New West But the conquest of this new frontier is to be a bloodless one It is to be a conquest of devel fopment relying lor its success onthe cooperation for mutual benefit of the American? people and the Russian people 11 This is understood to be the i I view of the American capitalists who have obtained great conces sions of coal and oil lands andtrapping and fishing rights in Si jbeiia from the soviet government The Vanderlip Syndicate as this organization is commonly called lias been the subject of a great the ship zl vs I 1 T1 i i ui spevuiauun il nas iriauu a deal with the Soviet govern ment What are to be the conse quences ot such a move? Does it mean that American capital or same of it at hast approves of the sovcit government? If so and likewise if what political con sequences will follow daring and spectacular American finance? parlors to elect 'officers and to at tend to any other business tne chairmen of the committees are as follows: lution Mrs dentials Mrs Histratlon Mrs receiption Mrs entertainment Miss Esther Simons decoration Miss Ellen Cochran luncheon Mrs Baker pub licity Miss Julia McCuaig ushers Mrs Luther Hobaugh work of the blind Mrs Christina Rice The chairmen will be assisted by the members of the various clubs of which they are presidents The speakers will include Mrs second vice pres ident of the Indiana ederation of fru Uronlr 1 1 rv tt'O IJjviii ington Mrs 'Rurnpler Mrsj Helen II Beards! and Mary AlfluXMews The counties represented and the chairman of each are: Benton Mrs Chas Maddox Otterbein Jasper Mrs rank Howard Rem ington Whit in Schanlaub Kentland A Dodge Valparaiso canoe favette Blind finishing their under his 25 years with stomach said I Route 2 Clarksburg i letter written some 'I had pains in my stomach back and (side and circulation was poor I got no sleep and was as tired in the morning when I got up as when I became restless I had doctored spent lots of rv Hall on the aculty and Prophecy Another hv Rollin Hay to Mr Kamchatka is no furth rancisco than is tl tlanal It Is only 10 Seattle to Kamchatka steamer It therefore follows that the great Pacific coast really closer to Siberia are to South America more Siberia is much veloped than South America therefore offers far greater oj tunities Of special importance is enormous coal supply of Sil There are no nnjiortant coal de posits on the Pacific coast and the expense of getting a coal supply there is one of the great obstacles to the industrial development of the Pacific coast It is stated on authority of the syndicat coal from the Kamchatka could be delivered to the coast cities at one half the market price It is also that there is enough coal concession area to the number of industries now open ing on the Pacific coast for 500 years Under these circumstances the favor which the project finds on the Pacific coast is understand able To develop these coal mines is to be the first great object of the syndicate Its concession gives it the exclusive right to coal and oil nosits in of the 160th meridian of the oil deposits does lie so well known i coal deposits The gives the syndicate light to develop the lishin industries that region Kamchatka which is near neighbor of'the United Spates is almost as unknown to the "Am erican people as the moon It is a region in need of pioneers being in about the same condition of development that our own Rocky Mountain region vas 75 years ago was area sand few In this first group we have placed street and sport suits selling up to $3500 and offer them all at $1500 This includes beautiful suits made of navy and midnight blue serge wool velours and tweed and English mixtures The styles are the newest Group number two consists of new spring suits made of tricotine nd rench Serge in all the latest modes They are lined in pure silks and are tailored as perfectly ds human hands can achieve perfection They have been selling up to $8500 now $3975 Luke Mrs Bought Newton Mrs AV Porter Mrs Tippe Mrs Hail Van Reed I a Warren Mrs Mary Pine Village Baker Monticello CHIROPRACTIC (Spinal Adjusting) 'The Back Bone Is Health's VV VAWTER 416 17 18 Lafayette Life Bldg Phen 1S38 tor appointment West Virginian Tells Interesting Story tribes of which the are the best known the Mongolian race be little above sav almost fishing gest and I was always full of gases Since taking Nerv Wort my condition is a great deal better in every xvay I am feeling good sleeping fine my food digests and the gasesare gone My whole gen eral condition is much improved It's an Official Laboratory Model We have its ejact duplicate Come in and hear how perfect are its Re Creations of music Know what kind of instru ment the greatest of phonograph experts has installed for his personal old and results were the ns in niy own case want every sufferer from ular and sub it the joints) suffered trouble and to be held at Craw Snturday Although the Va in only second at the conn time ago and he continues xy meet tnev snouiu uo sometningat this meet I Air and Mrs Jacob Welsh and (family attended the Purdue Glee club program at Oxford Tuesday evening Mr and Airs Hall and son I Edmond were in Lafayette Tues RHEUMATISM A 1J pmn pItm HIa TIrim Bonham Given by One Who Had It I B9 In th A VP1) nf vna 1 good lu 1 nttneked by Muscular and Sub Chester Acute Rheumatism I suffered I as only tliosttwho are thus af I fileted know for over three I after as I temporary a treatment I and condition has I immense saving their new car bi ire tor will make that they offer to by dense and valuable forests of (both hardwoods and conifers which are practically unused The few attempts at agi iculture that have (been made have failed: Yet it would seem that some sort of agri culture could be established for grasses to a great and the flora in general is ut understand I do vour money unless are perfectly satisfied to pleasant weather just suits are i a few minutes bv anv all readers of this paper who want to trv it should send their name address and make of the manufacturers at once also want local agents to they offer exceptionally We have succeeded in obtaining another shipment of rompers like we had for one day in ebruary This time we have added dresses creepers i Colors are blue rose pink lavender white etc 1 eg top style I went to bed and despondent cmart nnrl but my food would not dl delegates conn I district officers meet in the revise the con 1 15 the of voting body will meet in church Rutan and family formerly of this lie owier traca leain win par i ticipate in the sectional track and 1 field meet fordsville nlacc hut now of Davenport la are visiting relatives at this place attending school Russel Seigfreidt states that college at Springfied has been 1 the play at Rossville about employed as teacher for next year1 siau ana was a nnanciai success at lieiiouiitam yirr I Yauky has again been ap is a graduate of Weidner Institute 1 1 4 I A I a 1 VI 1 1 puimeu HiitNuiDdH ujjeiiL nerts tu Mulberry This is lie fourth time Mr Yauky has been appointed agent at different intervals at the local office in the past four years Mr Yauky has been connected withWeidner Institute for the past year (lie took up his work at the station i Tuesday morning hen Chas Hall the outgoing agent checked outThere will be much corn plant ed in tills vicinity this week Maurice Klinesmith is the new cashier at the Mulberry State bank Iso specula tive way by critics of lie enter prise The answer of the nun wno have put their money Vandei lip Syndicate is follows: Tne enterprise of the is a purely industrial and is intended to have no political implications It does not mean that the men represented by the syndicate approve' of the de lacto government of ussia On the other hand it has lieen especially stipulated that American and not I height soveit standards of an methods ot i rich laoor shall prevail in the work which the syndicate proposes to do in Siberia The syndicate is un derstood to recognize is an un known quantity and to accept this as an inevitable factor of usk in its operations The implica ion is that the syndicate is hopingthat political developments will mvor Its enterprise and that it believes tho stakes are worth the chances taJcen A MARKET OR THE WEST What it especially emphasizes is the importance of Siberia as a field for American industrial energy The Pacitic coast it points out is rapidly becoming a tiial manufacturing This community needs raw material and a its products Unless foreign market for these must necessarily come more' and more into competition with the I manufacturers of the East and the Middle West The fact which syndicate wishes Io impress upon the Amer ican people is that Siberia is the logical source of raw material and the logical market for manufactur ed Instead of waiting until our regular August Sale we have decided to hold our Clean Up Sale of Spring Suits now so that we will have more room for mid summer merchandise Therefore we have divided our entire stock of suits into three groups and offer them for the few days it will take to close them out at greatly reduced prices We would rather sell them cheap We realize that to sell the higher grades necessary to sacrifice them consequently we suits at $6850 Think Seniors at owler Dine School Chief OWlER 'Ind Mav Tho I WILD COUNTRY Siberian Coai and Oil Region Important ield for i American Industrial Energy IB I I i i I I such I iie er I It to 3 nbly 1 some 9 vear bauie KI I 9 any Tri Hill Tm 1 HTTTfSfen 111 i i i i i ij ip i 1 I I 1 1 111 i Si BOS 19 Mnrv C1 I CT i Eg il ft i a ii I te El S3 Ki'1 I' wl 1 1 Bra 'xy a A Lia i 1 I I I school I 1 1 'if Qg CX rSu PS steelo llJugif ii 2 gSvJ 2 Ii1 Is i (8 ApouHT one i Vzo kr 7Vi A lev on 1 dr Steele vcrv A fl II kl trip to Earl Park Wednesday 7 I I Mrs red Starz entertained the I IM Vrr I MTV A xr ysi i if tel 1 A which cuts I II I II I I i 7 i i II I A 1 SrJ ath nap aso fret I 1 vrg ran i I Ju i I In a1 ge than I est 1 st trs sa i i I siiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH rly and get first choice Absolutely nothing held back I (' Strawberries and Cream 10c Luncheonette Ml IB I I 1 i 1 i i I a.

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