Fort Wayne Journal Gazette in Fort-Wayne, Indiana 15 Oct 1913
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Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 15, 1913, Fort Wayne, IndianaWednesday morning october 15, 1913. Fhe fort Wayne journal Gazette now then try tills delicious spread taste it see How Good it is. Marigold Oleon Margarine is pm economical spread for bread. A million persons use it daily. Now then try it. Madam. Get a Pound from your dealer ask of Marigold. Serve this delicious spread for its purity and wholesomeness. And. Remember it s saves Youjon to 20c a Pound. Sold by ail Good dealers. Fort Wayne reef co. 830 Columbia St. Whol Cule distributors fort Wayne ind. Morris com Pany manufacturers Sedan news Sedan. Ind., out or. Fred who wan Takon to Hope Hospital it fort in Boom that a operation would Benefit him. Away there at 4 o clock sunday a A widow acid two and a Stepson to mourn the Loaa. Community that it Haa Loat on excellent citizen. Funeral will be held at tie u. B. Church of tuday afternoon. In. J. L. Hano he non. Sheldon and in Waterloo alone mra Charley entertained har la tar Imo Fekert and Mian Perkins of and John of Kend Auvine sunday. Agana Burnman and Are. Sylvia Brink of Lima. Ohio Are a biting per tenth. Or. And mra. George met Tiger. Or. And c. M. Reynolds of a Burn were of or. And mra. W. A or none at dinner sunday and called on several of their old or Lendini. The u. B. Ltd Lei have postponed thar Aid no Cloty mail no until the last thurs Day in the month at which will be entertained by mrs. John Backer. Or. And mra. And halal and called on Kento Chi Las sunday. T. C. Benson and a Hurter Catherine want to fort Wayne monday. Or. Wayne showers who sick la Able to out again. Mrs. Charlei Shroades and two Chil Dren of Toledo visited his Mother and last weak at tha country Home of the my. P. J. Rynehart. They enjoyed the sport of fat Hartnar Nita. 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Dear Forward to your Book us advertised free healed. De Ai Lagrange school intl., oct. List j of premiums award ural at the repent j Haggai inc county farm products show i and Corn school were completed Mon i Day by the superintendents of the i various departments the Large num her of entries making it impossible for them to com Pic the their lists before this Lime. I those in charge of tie show this 1 year say that Iho number entries in Yuri our departments waa greater this your than Lief Ore in the history the event. The Ift of Prem Luma awarded is As follows parm products Lanome superintendent i Corn in Shock 100 Lino first or win j lamps second. Mixed Corn 10 d. My alb a Ben. Jornt James Cline second. I White Corn 10 Lowth first Lames line second. Yellow Corn single Cline i Hert Weir second James North third. I Spiik c w. Shultz Flat k. Pfenning second. Burley half h. Lira Chas. Njau Ghlyn second. Tallest Stock of Otis Yoder first James North second. Hoover Corn. Half f. Hoop first u d. Mull been second reclamation Connely first W. Somes second. Pop Corn one Kepler first h. G schermerhorn second. Leon Rose yellow Corn class fifty Powell first and sweeps takes cams. F. Connely Sec Ondr Swihart third John h. Schermerhrn fourth David Cowell fifth. Leon Rose free for All w. Shultz first James clone second. Wheat half North first and sweepstakes Archie Patten e. S. Shelley third. Cow Ballou Flatt. H. Keplinger first mrs. Jacob Hernsberger second. Clover a. Buddle. Flirt a. Am Bright second. Cowell. First h. J. Hern second. B. Hudson Flint John h schermerhorn second. E. Hudson first b. A. Bid die second. Wolf e. A. Old Dlo second. Hoff first. J. Tuner first a. G. Hoff of cond. W. B. Hudson farm collection col Lection seven farm l. Thompson flirt Bert Wolf second John Proca. Third Price fourth get Uble l. Ballou. First b. B. Weir second. Sweet b. Weir first o. L. Ballon second. Poultry show Harry w. Price s superintendent Uffit by Scott first prank Roop second. Ford first j. W. Weber. Smoats. Plymouth Price first Karl Gerren second. U. Scott first w. R. Scott second. Single comb White Wober first j. F. Roop. Second. _ Weber b Fvank Roop second. Buff Newman. First Frank Roop second. M. Basilan. First h. M. Basilan. Second. Gase first Larue second. Birds any r Scott first j. M. Weber second. Single bomb Rhode Island Ford for Jet Sec Ond. Boff r. Scott Rrt w. R. Soott second. Partridge r. First w. R. Scott second. White Plymouth Cole first h. M. Second. Buff Plymouth Price. First Lewis Price second. Barred Plymouth Price first Harry second. A. Gage first Geo. A. Gaufo second. Single comb Brown Ford first Ira Ford second. Single comb Black a. Gage Flat Geo. A. Gage second. Rose comb White j Cline. First c. Clone second. Barred Gage first Ira Fortl second. Needle work department Myrto schermerhorm. Superintendent. Solid or eyelet b. Toder first Are. H. Vezaey Sec Ond Mesa Maude Colln third mrs g. G Dierdorf fourth. Coloured Metzger first mrs. James Beecher second mra. I. M. Marks third. Laura Ballou first mrs. C. E. Troxell second mrs. L. M Antonelda third. Geo. Hodge first mrs. P. J. Dunten second mrs. H. O Eldridge third mrs. C. B. Horning fourth. Drawn Crystal Shaw first mrs. Saecker. Second. Pieced h. G. Schermer Horn first mrs. H. Harp second Pearl Scott third. Frank Roop Iraq on mrs. I. M. Marks second on Harda Grer mrs. Horning third on knit lace mrs. C. A Brant fourth on punched work. Children s department. Jane Willis first Pauline Munnick second Catherin i Wright third Ruth Scott fourth. Deahl first. 1 dress and other 4.ntonldfs, Flat Theo. Free second. Flowers and plants Madeline re j ick. Superintendent. Geo. Schermerhorn first mrs. W. E. Finder second. G. W. Smith first mra. G. A. Guge second. Display of Cut a. J. Hostetler first mrs. A f. Showalter i second. J Jennie Roy first mrs j e. C. Flaring second. I Stewart first mrs i j. E. Anderson second. Hanging f. D. Merritt first Bess Stewart second. 13. Wyland first mrs j. E. Anderson second. Display of potted Sam Uel Sherherd Aon first mrs. E. I. Bal Lou Aeron. Isaac wort firs on dahlias Mary Antonides second on Oral a show. Or. And mrs. C. S. Royer superintendents. Apple pie by any girl under Mary Antonides first Irene Price i second. I canned at. A. Plyley first mra. E. Fisher second. Crab Norris first mrs. John Chen second. Fall h. Brallier first d. Mckibben second. Winter d. First mrs. John clone second. There is no need of going to other states to grow fruit the accompanying picture which the Auto truck big Ben of p. C. Noble of the Evergreen farm Volo county is evidence or an Abund Ance of fruit. Or. Noble says that to Ian never known a failure in any of he various kinds of fruits that Are p grown on his farm having had a Large assortment of apples peaches tears Pluma Quinn los and grapes each Eason during1 the past twelve years. Vegetables of All kinds arc also Plentl us. Melons Cantaloupe Sweet and Wleh potatoes celery cauliflower asparagus and Oyster Plant Are a few if the Many Good things that he raises. Glass of salts if your Back to time or bladder drink of water and eat meat. When your kidneys Hurt and your Back Feela sore Don t scared and proceed to Load your stomach with a of of drugs that excite the Iii nays and irritate the entire urinary tract. Icee your clean like you keep four Bow Cla clean by Flushing them 1th a mild her Plenh salts which re novel the urine our waste and stimulates them to their Normal Clivi y. The function of the kidneys in to liter the blood. In 24 hours they Strain Yum it 500 in ruins of acid and wite to we can readily understand the vital of keep off the Taft Lieym Active. Drink of can t drink too much also get from any pharma Cist about four ounces of Jad salts take a Tablespoon jul in a plans of water before breakfast each morning for _ few and your kidneys will act this famous salts is made from the acid of and Lemon juice. Combined with 1kb la and has been used for to clean and Stim ulate clock red to Neutral ize the Alda in urine so it no longer a source of irritation Thun ending bladder we Knem. Jad u inexpensive cannot in Jure a delightful Eftev Ebent la Thea water drink which everyone now and then to keep their clean Active. Try this also keep up the water drinking and no doubt you will wonder what be came of your kidney trouble and Allie. Civic Prius Straw Burr ies and others always plentiful. The famous chinese Plant Ginseng the roots or which sell for from to per Pound is one of the specialities of the farm. Thirty seven thousand plants Are under cultivation one rounding Bushel Basket of the seed was gathered Thia year which is Worth 9i of a cent each. These plants do not cover quite an Aero of ground but they take from 4 to 6 years to mature. Or. Noble states that he does not know of another state in Tho Union with the same advantage of raising All sorts of products. L. Love Riford Flat Mian Roberta a Lorton second. Len Bright. First rom Peg Lay second. O. A. Lamp Nan. J. L. Sams second. Ballou. First mrs. Cecil Ger role second. Pumpkin g. W. Smith first mra. Dan Eley. Second. White bread baked by girl Between 18 and 18 Burke first. White bread baked by any girl in county under Price Flat Buna Miner second Letha Burke third. Deter first on perfect Apple mrs. J. B. Antonides second on White cookies. Automobile and decorated vehicle Parade Jamen Duff superintendent. First cart Gilbert second Vera Rozelle third Emory looms fourth Herman Lampman fifth Frank Roop sixth Hev firmly r. Johnson seventh and Frank r Smith eighth. Best decorated Canton. Best hitter first Fred Brown second. Best single Aldrich. Bolter baby now mrs. Gunther c. Nicholi superintendent Phyllis Torter. Of Topeka first with a scare of Paul Papman. Of Sturla mich., second with a score of Richard Arkle of Lagrange highest Hoy in county with score of Horae w. Herindeen superintendent. Class one., Reffi stored French draft and Oesch Jimma ind. A test. Class two registered belgian Stal Bowen. Rat John Cseh seconded Miller third. Class three Cross bred or Grade draft Carney first d. Hoyt second a. H. Braller. Third. Class four registered Standard bred stallion shown to h. Guy first George Kreger second b. S. Mills third. Class five non Standard stallion shown in Wade first c. W. Mills second. Class six sweepstakes draft bred stallion shown in Utsch first and second James Bowen third. Class seven registered draft More and foal of Miller rat. Class Elf Fht Cross bred or Trade Mare and foal of deter first c. Reidenbaugh. Second. Class nine Cross bred or Grade foal of deter first Chas. Rowa second Charles Rel Denbaugh third. Class ten draft foal 1918, registered or eligible to a Mil Ler rat. Class 11, registered Atun Dard bred Light harness Mare and foal of Charles Rel Denbaugh. First Gar mire second. Class twelve non Standard Light harness Mare and foal Weir Flat b s Mills second and third. Class thirteen sweepstakes for off it harness bred foal of Reidenbaugh. First Fred Garmore. Second b. 9. Mills third. Clans thirteen Shetland Pony shown to hitter first Elizabeth second will Brothers third class fifteen yearling draft horse lets lilo to Mclntyre first. Class sixteen yearling Grade drat Royer. First n. W. Somes second John Yonker third. Class seventeen general purpose Grossman first Lou Gay second l. A. Andrews third. Class eighteen Pony any Breed shown under Saddle boy or girl Elisabeth Weir first will Brothers second Monroe Walters third. Class Nineteen general purpose class or gelding two and under h. Barnell. First John Babcock second l. been third. Class Twenty draft class Mare two and under Mcintire first and second. Class draft Horsa shown to rein two years Gay first and second Bert Weir third. Class Twenty two Pony class any Breed of Pony shown to harness Mary hitter Flat will Brothers Sec Ond Monroe Walter third. Class Twenty three Light harness i Clasa Mare or gelding two years and under Zook. First William Annabel second. Class purpose class any age not Over 14 Hundred a. Andrews first r. H. Johnson second Charles Rowe third., Clafus entries Claas Twenty six drafters not less thanj14 Hundred pounds hitched to Stead first Chas. I Royer second c. B. Jones third. Class Twenty seven drafters any of Tia mares hitched to Wagon. 14 him dred or Mcintire first j Josiah Miller second James Kline third. Clasa Twenty eight double Drivers any Ngo hitched to suitable j. Meroney first a. Carney second. Clasa single Driver hitched to Clela Swogger first miss Chat erhorn Nec Ond my. W. W. Murray third. Class Man s mingle Driver to Surgy. Man Bowen first Henry Gay. Second Russel Walter third. Class thirty one sweepstakes for county any lira Erl. Mar it or gelding a Light or Dean frs and beyond b. S. In firs. Third. Cd anal foul under a for shown to rein Lames Martin. Glrst j. L. Archer second Auh third. Kfir Iera in Proa or Pel Din St. Two and under Thrif cold run first Nathaniel Somes second. Ligonier news mrs Fiji of keeping Yok everybody is trying to save Money Why Don t Yon we offer positively the very Best player piano values in the City because we Are located on the second floor and save the heavy first floor expense. You should hear the famous Hallet Davis virtuoso the new instinctive player piano and the Kimball a melodic player piano. All component parts Are made in their own factories no ready made or Stock actions thus obtaining the uniformity in Quality of material and workmanship i in player pianos. Special bargains we have some splendid bargains in slightly omd 88-oote player pianos. Can t Tell from now. See them they a Fol not last Long at the prices we Are offering them. Terms to Sutt everybody Martten piano co. 917-921 Calhoon is coupled by find merchants Bank and Homey 1s making a great Lyllo Lou Froan 1m Hack on two vacation. In chif on Shore for Lino men and a can Are put to shape for the Winter will re name his duties in that capacity. Card of thanks. Wish to express our thanks to our friends and neighbors for the kind near old sympathy extended us Dur ing the it Loknes and of our wife and Mother. Also to the ladles who and to Rev. For Hie words of Cona Olatson. Or. And whiskey costs Only 12c. A gallon a atty Man my pub alms Book qlvln0 formula by which thaw Lakay Truat . Their 95 gallon whoa key for Only 12c per gallon. Slanta whoa Kay Trust by mailing Book containing formula to or. located at Broadway Kansas City. Mo., has published a Book file Crew of Tho whiskey Trust and Why a so la which shows How whiskey Trust a of Corn a Pinch of Barler malt a Penny s Worth of yeast and in Ikea Gallons of whiskey at a total Cost of less than to and then Sells it from four to Dollar Gal Lon. How tha whiskey millions and shown who pays for thar mansions and Auto Moellm. Book is a fascinating Story of a Groat against the consumer of whiskey. Or. Is mailing out thousands of exposing the of whiskey Trust on account of tha Trust s fight against him. Any inter ested should write for Book As it will sent Chichester s pills _ tub biauondj1iiand. A sold by druggists everywhere or. C. S. Ferris spa lilith in Ohr Enlo Dpi Viima Call for in examination him opinion of your free 8 and 10. 1118 Calhoun 81 Opp. Cathedral. For ind. Restaurant for Sale or Trade pal Ace restaurant at South Whitley or. Rothschild 3m-s people s to test bldg. 915 Calhonn St. Us 7-8 831 Mii tonic. 124s or. Havice Pott w. Bye Bab Houlb Throat bpeoiali3t___ olasbb8 adxct8txd or. Johnston Osteopath 4th floor so off bldg. Tor graduate of dam a and Tiaw examination Tabb it Craw residency 8834 it or. Mary whery physic in and burgeon off. And 4m e. Berry n. Of women a. M. To p. N. My 7 to 8 p. 470 big cores in 1 to 5 gonorrhoea and Gleel contains no Poison and May Beo sed full absolutely without f cafe Tori store. Prevents Coata Gloa. Why not cure yourself it Drain tests or we ship express prepaid of pull uarticulai3 mailed on be Vahs Deb Cal co. 0-kln.ulj. It or. Rush practising wonderful new treatment skilfully and be tha y. Noted for cures of if Yim deformed or or. Will free what can do for mme especially if Hava Var in fort Way Good digestion Mio a for stomach ills. It is what you eat that causes most of your discomfort. Nearly All Dis eases have their origin in the stomach and Howe is. If you coated on Deffe heartburn Lack of appetite and your stomach is sir. And upset you be d Mio a at Nniro. H quickly and Suro by stops room Ali misery. It a digestive Fol Vehik Quick Relief in Ami stomach it la Tress and second to noun a a stomach and intestinal tonic build the Diki Slivon organs. It Rool Hes irritated and incr Asca the a Tow of Tho digest Ivi juices Liat tilt stomach is always ready to can for the food As intended. If you Over tax Tho stomach and bowels they cannot properly Illust your food and Yon Are Improti cry resistance is Are in grow old before your Elmo. Get a fifty cent hox of Mlo a now Danse Rons. Al ways keep it with you at Home or travelling. Meyer Bros. Co. And drug everywhere. . Ind. Oct. 14 in new Abib i Vislen f i i v in n by and ire soil i fast by last and of is Iii. It locale to Ligh Tai found in thai Sui in we is Jarl the Almy arts very i Pineda. Hok a Bikini is Nippins of and very i Onvy hav. He Rijon rid onto insult on Ilin in jul Usi to Hsii. Very nil Fly All of the Purt it is i Luis and tin work of Init Tinh on a rail Iii and Otier Linin Linik touch is . Paving is Niklich tit i finish by turn Celii . This is i Nishti re Kim mfr will Hiitt l Street and Bridge to Liu ply ill next whih la ii. J Rimini Sriqui Dikiy. Will i iriv Man i a anti in Lolly will nut Rii unt for ill in Linin to in1 fur in or an pm i in to Kia tid Litnor i Luv Day for Tho far will nit Litt a Busy and us in Pri Iii to b. A Sale than Csc a. The Xiv Pinchi Rinar will Fanir a i l St blk. Shoi Ilu i ii Jrnnie Dall Lin Fern atm in hum part in this stall Asil Promise u he a ii mkt show. Or Cir has very up Turah by in Al str tasty framed in tin win flow of has i urn flirt Winn. Inc of a Bird by master Iii ooh Straus in very Well into a lad of the Muir Hajt Day will i ref. John of Luyten and tils Soumi Ern hot mrs in musical and minstrel selections. They Como to us highly rcom mended and or look Forward to their cat Arr bladder relieved in 24 hours each Cap beware of i Oft. William o. M Bradfi to late or. R. Parks White ear Nom and Throat cat list and fitting of la Kaaa Washin Atchi blvd. Wet horns phone 575 305-6 physicians defense bldg. Wayne and Clinton hours 10-12 a m., 1-3 and 7-8 p. M. Sunday 10-12. Special attention Given to diseases of women ind diseases of the rectum s1 of ii of Laaure. A Noav coat of paint of Tho building of fort Wayne horse mule Market will have the usual run of for saturday s Sale. Remember we handle All classes of horses and can any time fill an order for one or a Carload and any horse that this Market guarantees must be As represented or Money will be refunded. Any one having horses for Sale can enter them in Sale for to enter and More if sold. Private sales daily. Sale every saturday at 10 a. M. L. D. Burnett prop. Phone so. 1001 Wells
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