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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
Wednesday. June 27, 190ft
Gary News
FOUBTH OF JULY EXCLUSIONS.
CIGAE BOX FULL OF FEOG.
Cruel.
E. S. Turner had a small menag
erie with him yesterday in the shape
of a cigar box filled not with frogs
but with a frog. Turner had one of
those big four-eyed bullfrogs whose
legs are as big as a chicken's and
when fried are about as nice a deli
cacy as the culinary artist can pre
pare. Cottasre
On account of Fourth of July, the
Mon'on will sell tickets to points
within 200 miles, at rate of one and
one-third fare for the round trip.
Tickets sold July 3rd and 4th, good
returning until July 5th. 6,27,7t.
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The following visitors from East
Chicago spent the day with Mrs. A.
. C. Iluber: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rei
land, Mrs. G. E. Reiland, Mrs. Frank
Rc-iland and Mrs. J. D. Williasm.
Senator T, Edwin Bell and B. E.
Escher of Hammond made an ex
tended tour here today. The "Bad
Boy" was not in evidence.
Mr. Stanton, of Truman avenue
in Hammond, also called on ua to
day. He was looking after business
interests and expressed satisfaction
with the prospects.
T. E. Knotts left for Chicago this
morning to arrange for the postoffice
furniture, to be installed in the
buildwig which i3 now about ready
for occupancy.
The suburban service begins to
day. This means two more trains a
day for us, making in all seven
trains a day through here. The
new train will arrive here about
11:45 in the morning, go on to
Millers station, and lay over, re
turning through here about 12:45
or an hour later, on its way to Chi
cago.' This will make it possible
'to visit here on Sunday, either a
short while or all afternoon.
"Grading has begun on Fifth ave
'nut. Frank 'Wilder 'has ' the work
'and Is rushing it along with his
'characteristic' vim.' ' The work is
'being pushed westward from Broad
way to connect with the grading that
Prohl is doing two thousand feet
west of Broadway.
By the end of the week Broadway
will be about ready for the paving
contractors. It presents a grand
! sight, the broad stretch, one hun
Idred feet wide, stretching away 'to
the north from the Wabash tracks
for over a mile. When paved with
brick it will present an appearance
that no other street in any city in
Indiana can rival.
The putting in of the concrete
sewer on the north side has already
begun. Over one hundred feet of
it are laid. This is part of the six
thousand feet contracted for and
wlH comprise all of the sewer system
for the north side. The 25 miles of
sewfti" menuoneu ueioie, i iui mc
ess and residence section on the
side of the river. Two car loads
wheelbarrows were unloaded yes-
erday and are now being used in the
construction of the sewers.
Work commences this morning
laying a dinky track along the. slip
where the "orange-peeler" is to
make the twenty foot cut for
straightening the river. This is to
dispose of the large quantities of
sand. It will be used for filling In
along the river in what Is termed
the "swale."
The two concrete mixers and
pumps are now working at the
foundations for two of the furnaces.
The excavations for the first two are
sixty feet in diameter, and thirty
feet deep. This entire excavation
will be filled with concrete and will
form the bottom of the furnace, the
stack of the blast-furnace rising di
rectly above the concrete. There
are to be two more concrete beds of
similar dimensions, making four in
all. The enormous amount of ma
terial and work incidental to the
preparation of the foundation for
the stack alone, will give a faint
idea of the magnitude of the under
takings that are being carried out
here. All of the material, the ce
metit, crushed stone, etc., will be
carried up and dumped into the mix
ers on endless belts, and from the
mixers large scoops on an endless
chain will carry the concrete out
into the excavations, thus lessening
the amount of manual labor to a
very great degree.
Hovr Fnilgriie Is Caused.
The fatigue felt after muscular ex
ertion Is chiefly due to the formation
A
s within the muscles themselves of cer
tain nitrogenous poisons which are
the result of chemical action going on
and which have a paralyzing action on
the muscular fibers. These poisons are
formed by the breaking up of certain
reserve materials which exist In th
muscles without actually forming an
essential portion of them. When these
reserve materials are thus split up they
rive out energy which may be avail
able a a source of heat or as a cause
V;f motion. Tht-y accumulate ia the tis-
nifs of i-Tb-j:;s who lead sedentary
J ; live, it-id when such r-oplt? take much
: srci$e th-y are very liable to an at
lack of jtvut or feverish prostration.
ow'L to the u-id'U accumulation
witLla tL LIlxoI of tw Euany wast
V V$yct tjr tli kidney to remove at
v -.s ncc- Th Immunity from fatigue po-
" - .,cif -essea. uv illom win ar vtn nim
'ViN'scrcisii:g dm- 10 fa-t that th-s
re-served material havt been gradually
t.v.-: removed during the course of. training
:t.n-l liule remains capable of producing
iiouty poisons when Eiuch. exercise la
FIEST NATIONAL BANK.
Report of the condition of The First National Bank, a Hammond,
in the State of Indiana, at the close of business, June 18, 1906.
Eesources.
Loans and Discounts, $551,197.37
Overdrafts .secured and unsecured 2,162.59
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation, 100,000.00
U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits 150,000.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 8,000.00
Bonds, Securities 98,184.03
Furniture, and fixtures 2,000.00
Other real estate owned 2,176.10
Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 23,358.96
Due from State Banks and Bankers 29,924.64
Due from approved reserve agents 119,546.82
Checks and other cash items 406.4 6
Exchanges for clearing house 1,015.84
Lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz:
Fractional paper currency, nickels.and cents 368.65
Specie 21,208.70
Legal- tender notes 2,000.00 23.20S.70
Redemption fund with U S Treasurer (5 p. c of circulation 5,000.00
Due from U. S. Treasurer, other thantaan 5 p. c. redemption, fund 300.00
Liabilities
Capital stock paid in
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less expenses andtaxes paid
National Bank notes outstanding
Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks
Individual deposits subject to check
Demand certificates of deposit
Time 'certificates of deposit
Certified checks
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
Total Deposits
Total
State of Indiana, County of Lake, ss.
I, W. C. Belman, Cashier of the
swear that the above statement is
and belief.
Subscribed and sworn to before
Correct
CITIZENS' GEEMAN
NATIONAL BANK.
Report of the Condition of The Clt
Jxrn German National Dank at Ham
mond in the State of Indiana at the
close of business June ISth 1906.
Resources
Loans and Discounts
U. S. Bonds to secure Cir
culation Premium on U. S. Bonds
Banking House Furniture &
Fixtures
Due from Approved reserve
Agents
Checks and other Cash Items
Fractional paper, currency,
Nickels and Cents
Specie
Legal Tender Notes
52,361.90
25.000.00
96S.75
977.27
40.4S4.76
9.452.50
835.53
11,205.00
1.000.00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer 5 p. c. of circulation)
1,250.00
Total $1.533.76
Liabilities.
Capital Stock $60,000.00
Undivided profits, less Ex
penses and Taxes paid 625.01
National Bank Notes Out
standing .500.00
Individual deposits subject
to check 53.244.05
Demand. Certificates of de
posit 50,00
Time certificates of deposit 16,741.70
Certified Checks 25.00
Liabilities other than those
above stated 9,550,09
Total $143,535.76
State of Indiana County of Lake ss
I. Geo. M. Eder Cashier of the
aboved named Bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Geo. M. Eder, Cashier
W. D. We is, M. D.
Charles C. Smith
John C. Becker, Directors.
Subscribed and swear to before me
this 20th day of June, 1906.
James K. Stinson
(SEAL) Notary Public
My commission expires Nov. 12, 190S
COMMERCIAL BANK
Hammond, Ind.
Thoa. Hammond, President
Chas. E. Ford, Vice-President.
Jno. W. Dyer, Cashier.
Report of the condition of the
Commercial Bank at Hammond in
1,116,850.16
100,000.00
25,000.00
8,816.97
100,000.00
22,259.50
455,941.59
19,393.98
230,133.13
5,305.49
145.259.36
4,740.14
883,033.19
$1,116,850.16
above-named bank, do solemnly
true to the best of my knowledge
W. C. Belman, Cashier
me this 21 day of June, 1906.
William J. Koencke,
Notary Public
Attest:
A. M. Turner
Peter W. Meyn
E. C. Minas
Directors.
the State of Indiana, at the close of
business on June 18, 1906.
Eesources
Loans and Discounts $638,578.25
Overdrafts, 50.04
Stocks and Bonds 10,097.14
Furniture and Fixtures, 4,000.00
Due from Banks, 139,698.84
Cash on Hand, 16.456.3S
$808,880.65
Liabilities
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
Surplus Fund, 25,000.00
Undivided Profits 161.56
Discount Exchange and
Interest 13,356.02
Certified Checks 106.67
Deposits, 670,256.40
$808,8S0.65
State of Indiana, County of Lake, ss.
I, John WT. Dyer, Cashier of the
Commercial Bank, Hammond, Ind.
do solemly swear that the above
statement is true.
Jno. WT. Dyer
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 21st day of June 1906.
Walter H. Hammond
Seal Notary Public
My commission expires Dec. 11, 1906.
LAKE COUNTY SAVINGS
AND TEUST CO.
Report of Lake County Savings &
Trust Co. Bank at the close of bu
siness, June 18th, 1906.
Eesources
Loans, $170,S15.74
Furniture & Fixtures, 7,000.00
Cash, on hand and due
from other banks 33,313.57
211,129.31
Liabilities
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Undivided profits less
expenses and taxes
paid, 5,789.46
Deposits 155,339.85
211,129,31
I, Peter W. Meyn. of the above
named bank do solemly swear Jhat
the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
Peter W. Meyn,
President
Subscribed and sworn to before me,
James K. Stinson, a notary Public,
in and for Lake County and State
of Indiana.
Jam.es K. Stinson
Notary Public
My commission expires Nov. 12. 19 OS
"I told her she was a dream."
TVhat did she say?
"Told me to wake up.w Fhiladerphia
Press.
Bird Fancies.
Young Ostriches Oh, auntie, reach
Os some of those lovely bananas!
Poach.
A Sound Reason.
Tlljle Why don't you like being ft
twin? ;:
Willie 'Cause I'm always getting
licked for what the other fellow does.
Harper's Weekly J,-,
An Alarming; Offer.
New Arrival (who has sat on the
colonel's hat, with disastrous results)
I say, I'm awfully sorry, sir, but I'll
get you another just like this. Tat-ler.
ftfewjf. s ... tf
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Enormous increase in values in property now
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Hotice of Administration.
In the matter of the Estate of v
Anna Goetz, Deceased. - '
Notice is hereby (riven that the undersiened
has been appointed Administrator of aid Es
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Said Estate is supposed to be solvent.
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Administrator.
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