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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • Page 5

Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • Page 5

Lafayette, Indiana
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THE lAFAYETTE JOURNAL COURIER istf ay Evening, March 15, 1921. church will be held all day Wednesday, March 16, in the final amicable ettlment by agreeing te further discuss the Atlantic end. a Purdue graduate, class of and a son-in-law of the late J-Frank Hanly. former governor. He formerly resided th latest OMnmunlcatlon.

while adhering to the previous declaration regarding the racific end of the boundary, opens the door to PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS Is meeting of the church year. Reports from various branches of the society will be given. All members are urged to be present. 8 now. either fallen or falling, a greet obstructor of sound.

Outline Basis For. SnnH-iv wio-ht cunwr ti hprnmn nmhlpm. In rflanv households Seventh street. The affair was in The O. T.

club will hold an all- Ithe Sunday meals are the hardest to plan. The custom of having celebration of her sixteenth birth-a big dinner at noon with lunch at night Is splendid for the day anniversary and about two day meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. George B. King, of 1014 Heath street. the last year, arrived In Attica Saturday to visit his uncle, George Stafford and family.

Chester say he has had enough of California. Mrs. Fay Keys entertained the Pink Tea Bridge club Monday afternoon in her apartments in the Ford building. The annual thankofferlng meeting of the W. F.

M. S. of the M. E. church was held at the regular church service on Sunday, morning.

Dr. J. G. Campbell, pastor of the church, preached a special sermon. Music was rendered by the Girls' Mission band, a solo by Mrs.

O. C. De Selms and a duet by Mrs. Ed. Marlatt and Mrs.

Glenn Walters. The thankoffering contribution The difficulty is that when people, are in the habit of eating a light lV T-rT guests hours The Make Your Own Draperies uiiicneon ai noon ana a neavy umner ai cisin six uujd iuc were from 8 to 12 o'clock, Border Settlement By the Aociated Tresi. WASHINGTON. March 15. A new basis of negotiation, believed by officials of the state department to be acceptable, to both Panama and Costa Rica In settlement of their boundary dispute, was outlined In a note dispatched to Panama Monday.

Replying to Panama's vigorous protest against Secretary Hughes' announcement that the arbitral award of Chief Justice White must be put into effect In its entirety. mey are not hungry at noon on the seventn aay. but. as no one, De sne-roomg were decorated with spring mistress or maid, wants to spend Sunday afternoon in the kitchen pre-jjjowers an tiny artificial butter-paring dinner the solution seems to be to serve a rather hearty Sun- flies. Numerous basket! of sweet-Uay night supper.

Kverything should be easily and quickly cooked and peas were arranged artistically preparations possible made in the morning. throughout the dance hall. The As the Sunday evening meal is later than the usual week-day dinner Platform, where the musicians were thq digestibility of the food should be considered. was bancd fals There will be no meeting of the Ladies Aid of the Trinity M. E.

church, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The Thursday club will meet on Thursday afternoon, March 17. at the home of Mrs. John S. Morrl- I I HP By doing to you can your own individual ideas and exactly tho colors you know are best for your own- rooms and you'll be happy with the result.

amounted to the largest coUec- 27. 1 Scrnth street. There u'v7r aken fir this will be $85, purpose. evening a dainty buffet luncheon was enjoyed. Freebergs seven- a general discussion by the with relatives in Crawfordsville, piece orchestra furnished the mu Personals Miss Bernice Johnson spent the ciud members and Mary Mc-Mullen will have the current events.

week end with friends in Indianap- 'c and the chaperons were Mr. and oii (Mrs. Robert H. Lancaster, Mr. and Miss Scher Returned on William J.

Kienly and Mr. and Albert V. Kienly, parents of the. hostess. Miss Dorothy Hail, Be Careful What You Wash Your Hair With Monday from a short visit with friends in Chicago.

While there she attended a Masonic dance giv The Parent-Teachers' association, of Washington school, will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the school auditorium. The meeting is an important one and all members are urged to This will go toward paying for some educational building in the foreign fields. Henry Tobin was called to Cleveland, a few days ago to attend the funeral of his mother. Mr. and Mrs.

Joseph LeClaire and daughter, Mis3 Vona and granddaughter Beatrice Cofling left Monday to make their home in California. Mrs. J. N. Cheak went to Lafayette.

Monday to attend the state convention of the Royal Neighbors as a delegate from the Attica lodge. en at Masonic Temple of Chicago, was an out-of-town guest. Most poaps and prepared sham- poos contain too much alkali, which Mrs. T. J.

Lindsay and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lindsay, of Indianapolis, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Taylor of Alabama street.

Mr. and Mrs. Julius Berlovitz, of the Marian apartments, left on Tuesday for a visit in Chicago. Mrs. Thomas W.

Burt, of North Sixth street, left Tuesday for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph W. Henderson and family in Indianapolis. I Mrs. William F.

Taylor returned Monday from, a visit with friends The New Madrases are all copies of foreign goods, six and seven color work that is rarely found in domestic fabrics. Heavy poplins and rep weaves in extraordinary attract tive colors, combinations and designs. Filet Net, Yard 75c White, ivory and ecru filet net, 35 inches wide, formerly sold for $1.25. William Moon, of spent the week end with friends and relatives in the city. Mrs.

David W. Maurice left on Tuesday for Indianapoli3 for a week's visit with friends. Mrs. Joye Fisher and little daughter Betty Jane, of Big The Phi Delta Theta forma? state dance will be -held in the Riley room, of the Claypool hotel, Indianapolis, Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock. Floyd M.

Chaffee, formerly of this city, is in charge of the tickets. The Taka Art, club will observe annual guest day Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. T. Westfall of Pontiac avenue.

Springs, Texas, are expected some time this week for a visit with the in Chicago. Dainty 3-piece drapery sets, blue, gold, taupe, all new patterns and very neat and pretty. Miss Minnie Scher has returned rv.i, irom 'a snort visit with friends int Weddings Chicago. is very injurious, as it drien the scalp and makes the hair brittle. The best thing to use is Mulsi-fled cocoanut oil shampoo, for this is pure and entirely preaseless.

It's very cheap and beats anything else all to pieces. You can ret Mulsf-fied at any drus store, and a few ounces will last the whole family for months. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it In. about a tea-spoonful is all that is required. It makes an abundance of rich, creamy lather, cleanses thoroughly, and rinses out easily.

The hair dries quickly and evenly, and is soft, fresh looking, bright, fluffy, wavy and easy to handle. Besides, it loosens and takes out every particle of dust, dirt and dandruff. Be sure your druggist gives you Lafayette Council No. 456, Knights of Columbus, will give a dance on St. Patrick's day at the K.

of C. hall. Hours will be from 8:30 to 12 o'clock. The celebrated Ragpickers' five-piece orchestra will furnish music for the occasion. Herbert Crane, a student at university, spent the week end Gorman Candidate For Society Office H.

O. Garman, chief engineer of the Indiana public service commission, has announced his candidacy for the national presidency of the American Association of Engineers. Mr. Garman has been first vice president of the association for the last year. The association comprises more than 30,000 members of the engineering profession in the United States.

Mr. Garman is Isaac Rice has left on an eastern business trip. He expects to be gone about four weeks. Mrs. Charlotte McKinley has returned home from Bloomington, where she was the guest of her daughter, Mrs.

Jess Fields. James Rae, Karl Cass and Carl Mertz left Tifesday for Muncie, where they will attend the state cohvention of the Sanitary Engi B. Berger Sros. MAIN STREET CORNER OF EIGHTH Watch Saturday's Paper for Our Monday Specials IRWIN-FEUERSTEIN. The marriage of Gladys Irwin and John H.

Feuerstein, both of Attica, took place Friday at Crawfordsville. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irwin, residing south of Attica, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

George Feuerstein, of Attica. Mr. and Mrs. Feuerstein are graduates of the Attica schools.1 The bridegroom saw service in the world war overseas. The young couple will reside on the Irwin farm, south of Attica.

The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Congress Street M. E. church, will entertain with a missionary tea Thursday afternoon and evening at the home of Mrs. Am- neers association. Miss Lorraine Sobel, of Ferry ibrose Edwards, of South street, street, will leave Wednesday for Everyone is cordially invited to at-Indianapolis, where she will be the tend.

guest of Mrs. Charles S. Rauh, and attend a luncheon given by Mrs. Rauh Friday. She will also witness a performance of "The Follies." Misses Margaurite Loftis and Woodmen Circle Grove 32, will entertain with a dance at the W.

O. W. hall, over Ruger's bakery, Friday evenipg. Smith's three piece orchestra will furnish the markaess Uot Mary Davis were Sunday visitors music. port T1 TF A in crawrornsviiie.

Mrs. A. Griffin, of 1024 Hartford street Is entertaining her mother, Mrs. George Bird of Iadoga. Mr.

and Mrn. M. L. Levy arrived home Tuesday afternoon from a three months western trip. NOTICE.

We have reopened our repair department, with a skilled workman in charge, and can give you prompt sen-ice at lower prices than asked elsewhere. Men's half soles, $1-35: women's half soles, $1.10: boys' half soles, 85c to misses' and children's half soles, 75c and 85c; men's leather heels, 35c; women's leather heels, 25c; men's rubber heels, 50c and 65c; women's rubber heels, GOLDSBERRY SHOE CO. East Side Square. the wester ttamed Vs Mrs. Samuel Dubes and Mrs.

Yel-da Dubes, of Route entertained with a dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Donald and Mrs. Minnie Dubes. Music for the occasion was furnished by June Dubes, Bert Macy and rinnp-htr Vplma Thnse in at. It's Drugs It's Patent Medicines It's a Pre-script ion It's Toilet Articles It's Rubber Goods It's Candies i tendance were Bert Macy, Mr. and 'ill i Parlies t-- A BETTER SOAP Fal af Am daunt, taftot baVUat laf tia aaa aiir.

Am mm W. is. nrewer, air. ana nen-ry Treida, Mrs. Samuel Dubes, Mrs.

Tillie Benly, Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Scowden, Ray Wolf, Mrs. Zellars, June Dubes, Robert Dubes, Lee June, Erma and Dorothy Scowden, Velma and Helen McCoy. Most of the effectiveness of the sports costume depends upon the sweater choice.

If the sweater be of the newest cut and the colors becoming, the costume displays the individuality desired by well-dressed One of the attractive dances of the season was given Monday evening, at Allen's, by Miss Geor-gianna Kienly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert V. Kienly, of South Car Is Wrecked In Automobile Crash ATTICA, March 15. A serious automobile accident happened Sunday evening at 9:30 at the Rupert school, two and a half miles women.

A surprise party was given Sunday afternoon by the members ot the Royal Social club at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Houle-han', of North Fifteenth street in honor of the former's thirty-eighth birthday anniversary. A basket supper was served ana games and music enjoyed.

The guests numbered forty-seven. east of Attica, when a Ford coupe driven by Clint Florey, of Shawneo township, was crashed into by an Elgin touring car, driven by Har-land Gilkey, of Wingate. The Gilkey car was reported to be go- ing at a high rate of speed ana Trom Century Tins Flaky Crisp ran into tho Florey car. tearing oft You want anything found in a first-class drug store Get It At LoFilar Pharmacy Prescription Drug Store 666 Main Corner Seventh Phone 474. And that is why we invite you to come now to see the new sweaters of French origin.

They are in such delightful variety of style and color that you can choose now from more possibilities than later in the season. ffaMF Clubs fenders and wheels. Florey is said to have been traveling at a low speed and was ablfe to stop his car at once. Mrs. Ida Florey, who was in the coupe with her son, was cut about the face.

The Gilkey cai turned over and the occupants were all more or less injured. Mr. Gilkey and Mr. Sentman were seriously injured, while Mr. Mattox nnd Ludlow suffered bruises and ii ffi The Fortnightly club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs.

Edward J. O'Reilly, or Schuyler avenue. --T lUliMUll Alphabet The Helping Hand Bible class $6.98 $6.88 'were badly shaken up. Clint will meet at the home of Mrs. C.

Crackers Century Biscuit Company Indianapolis Florey was able to be in town Monday but is very nervous from the shock of the accident. C. Driscol. of Tippecanoe stiert, Wednesday afternoon at o'clock. Tuxedo Sweaters, trimmed with angora, in the latest spring colors Tie-Backs in silk are much in vogue; special Notice the Unusual Lines the Centre Figure Here IN HARD LINES "I could not work at all and had to take to my bed with a hisrh fever due to intestinal indigestion, gases in my stomach and in my right side.

I had spent my last cent for doctors and medicine, which gave me no relief. I was in despair. A lodge brother gave me The meeting of the Woman's society of the Central Presbyterian Ed. Lippold, manager of the Mcssner theater, was in Indianapolis on business Monday. Marjory Strader.

of Fort Wayne, is the -guest of Miss Mildred Lippold. Mrs. W. S. Sutton will entertain a bottle of Mayrs Wonderful Rem- 1 edy, and the first dose relieved me.

Thanks to this medicine am now in the best of It is1 a siniple, harmless preparation i that removes the catarrhal mucu3 from the intestinal tract and al- The Vatican at Rome the Merry Go Round club, of Attica, at he home in Marshfield on I Tuesday, March 13. Mrs. I. S. Judy has issued quaint invitations for a St.

Patricks party i to be Riven on Thursday, March 17, at her home on Jackson street. I Chester Nave, son of Mr. ana Mrs. A. P.

Nave, of Mt. Victory. I who has been in California for ecommends Nuxate iron lays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver anA intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. Hogan Drus: If you lack BODILY or MENTAL VIGOR; If you are WEAK; NERVOUS or IRRITABLE, TRY NUXATED IRON TODAY.

everywhere. 1 Individuality in style, 1 ana smartness in appearance emphasize this spring's models. It is not a one-style season, but one may choose from a large variety. The blouse effect as shown in the center figure is most becoming for the sporty young miss. It gives the t-lender lino so 'well In vogrue this spring'.

Made of needlo twill, lined in henna colored silk, most prettily trimmed with fancy but-tons specially priced. Nuxated Iron CONTAINS ORGANIC IRON LIKE THE IRON IN YOUR BLOOD and LIKE THE IRON IN SPINACH, LENTILS AND APPLES. NUXATED IRON also contains a remarkable product, brought to the attention of the French Academy of Medicine by the celebrated Dr. Robin, which represents the principal chemical constituent of active living nerve force FOR FEEDING THE NERVES, so that NUXATED IRON might be said to be both a BLOOD and a NERVE FOOD. A THERE ARE 30,000,000,000,000 RED BLOOD CORPUSCLES in your blood and each one must have iron.

Today about one person out of every three is said to suffer more or less from the great devitalizing weakness brought on by malnutrition or lack of sufficient nourishment; which is caused rsui rsi la OF FOOD but often by LACK OF SUFFICIENT ORGANIC IRON in the blood to enable us to GET THE STRENGTH OUT of our food. A Box Jacket Suit is shown, made of all wool tricotine and, elegantly trimmed with silk braid, fancy silk lined; QQEj AA specially priced at u)uOUU 7 jr. yf? -v enewal of There Is a i mart Short Coats Favor for Vy mil' IRON IS THE MASTER PRINCIPLE OF THE BLOOD AND BLOOD IS Our forefathers ate the husks of grains and the skins and peels of vegetables and fruits, rich in strength-giving organic iron, but modern methods of cookery throw these things away hence the alarming increase, in recent years, in Anaemia iron starvation of the blood with all its attendant ills. When, as a result of iron starvation, you get tip feeling tired in the morning, when you find yourself nervous, irritable and easily upset; when you can no longer do your day's work without being all fagged out night; when yotir digestion all goes wrong, or you have pains across the back, shortness of breath, heart palpitation or your face looks pale and drawn, done waituntil you go alltopiecesand collapse in a state of nervous prostration, or until in your weakened condition you contract some serious disease, but consult your family physician and have him take a specimen of your blood and make a "blood-count" of your red blood corpuscles or test the iron-power of your blood yourself by adding plenty of spinach, carrots, or other iron-containing fruits and vegetables to your daily food and take organic iron Nuxated Iron with them for a while and see how WHAT THE VATICAN SAYS ABOUT NUXATED IRON New Window Shades to replace the worn out ones A torn- or worn out shade in any room spoils the general appearance of that room no matter how well kept the furniture or rugs may be. Perhaps you have a shade or two that needs reversing or trimming.

No matter what your shade troubles are we are prepared to take care of them. New cloth put on your old rollers, new rollers, trimming or any kind of shade work. Phone us and we will send our shade man to take care of your wants. and as most young women are particularly fond of light, smart- wraps, the coats and wraps newly come to our fashion salons will make a decidedly favorable impression. Brilliant colors are popular, but there is also preference shown already for tans and navy.

Showing a pretty model in the new Harding blue with patch pockets, trimmed with fancy "I am happy to inform you that your gift of Nuxated Iron has been accepted with, particular gratitude by the Holy Father, who, persuaded by its beneficial effects, and AFTER HAVING IT SPECIALLY ANALYZED BY THE DIRECTOR OF THE PHARMACY OF THE VATICAN, formulates the most Bincere wishes that your product may become famous and be as appreciated by the public AS ITS VALUE CERTAINLY MERITS." (3. Tedeschini, I nstitut of th Secretary of Stat Vatican) much your condition improves. Thousands of people have surprisingly increased their strength, energy and endurance in two weeks time by this simple experiment But be sure the iron you take is organic Nux ated Iron and not metallic iron which people "The composition of Nuxated Iron is such that the physiological and therapeutical effects cannot fail to be produced, as is usually the case in the prescription of pharmaceutical products of this kind." us ally take and which is made merely by the buttons and action of strong acids on small pieces of iron entirely different iron from Nuxated $16.85 (F. NarcSao Duribitcbeira, Director of tho Pharmacy of tho Vatican.) Iron. The fact that you may have taken metallic iron without receiving any benefit docs not prove that Nuxated Iron will not help you.

A navy blue Wool Jersey Coat with the stylish sailor collar stitched in -white, Nuxated Iron represents organic iron in such a highly concentrated form that one dose is estimated to be approximately equi-ustont (in Arcanic iron content) to eatin? half a quart of spinach or one quart of green I Beware of substitutes. Look fortheletters vegetables. It is like taking extract of beef in-1 N.I.oneverytablet. Your money will be refund-stead of eating pounds of meat. Nuxated Iron I ed by the manufacturers if you do not obtain is used by over 4,000,000 people annually.

I perfectly satisfactory results. At all druggists. with pretty white buttons and a stylish white leather SZVK flfl m4JmiJVJJ girdle, at 36x7 ft. Water Color Shades 59c 36x7 ft. Oil Shades $1.25 666 ne Uo.

Loeb He IT'S ESTABLISHED! Our Mail Order Service shops for 5ou if you cannot come to town. Try it. Babies Photographed Monday Get Something Special. Dorwin's Studio CHIROPRACTIC 8ptnal Adjusting) "The Back Bone Is Health's Foundation." W. II.

VAWTER. D. a 416-17-13 Lafayette Life Bldg. Fbone ISM for appointment. 'Quality Merchandise, Fairly Priced.

will break a Cold, Fever and Grippe quicker than anything we know, preventing pneu monia. 1.

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