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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES Thursday June 28, 5 I v 4 Y In Social Circles Mrs. James Mead went to Rensse laer this afternoon on an extended visit. The Rev. Edward Barrett of All Saints church went to Chicago this afternoon. Mrs. W. II. Binder is the guest of Mrs. "VV. II. Jones and her mother In Milwaukee. Mrs. Sign Hunt is here from Franklin, Ky. the guest of her son David Hunt. Mrs. W. F. Whinery and daughter will go to South Bend Monday for a week's visit. I Miss Hazel Twombly of Chicago spent today with Mrs. M. Rogers, 11 S : Russell street. Mrs. J. T. Clark and children are visiting friends and relatives In Da venport, Iowa. Mrs. John Bardonski of South Chi cago was the guest o! Mrs. Paul B. Llpinskl, yesterday. Mrs. Tincher, sister of Mrs. L. S. Smith, returned to her home In Amo, Ind., this afternoon. Miss Helen Brown went to Chi cago this afternoon to spend the week-end with friends. expectedly. The 'T' evening" passed with music and games. was Mrs E. C. Minas and children, Mrs. Armstrong and son and Miss Mussellman went to Jackson park this afternoon to join a crowd there from Chicago, for a picnic pany. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hower, 20 Doty street, announce the approchlng marriage of their daughter Ethel to Newton Allen Hembroff, of Sault Ste Marie, Michigan, on July IS, 1906. The Indianapolis papers gave a long account of thf Davis-Clark wedding in yesterday afternoon's edi tion. Dr. Davis is of Hammond and Rev. C. J. Sharp also of Hammond acted as best man. Geo. Sheffield and family of Alvin, Tex. are up on a few weeks visit with relatives in this county and Valparaiso. They are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ferry Sheffield on May street. Silver Light L. O. T. M. spent, a social hour after the business trans actions last evening. Mrs. Kady served ice cream and cake and Mrs. McElfresh entertained with song and story. Mrs. F. Klein and children of Fitts burg who have been visiting at the home of Mrs. C. J. Wilson, 18 Con dit street went down to Cedar Lake this morning to be the guests of Dr. Groman. BOOM F0RJ00D ROADS (Continued from page 1.) West Creek township C. T. Bailey, et al., petitioners llij miles, no estimate. Center township. 1. Geo. V. Sherman, et al., peti tioners. 1809 feet, no estimate. 2. F. A. Bieker, et al., petition ers, 3673 feet, no estimate. 3. H. J. Lehman, et al., petition ers, 3048 feet, no estimate. , These eighteen petitions, If acted upon fovorably and the probabilities are they will be, will add some sixty miles more to Lake county's gravel road system at a cost of nearly $275,000, and this is really but the beginning. With the change of real estate assessment to be made next year and the probable great in crease in taxable valuations, each township will be able to increase its bonded indebtedness, and thus enable it to build , more roads, and the time is not far distant when every public thoroughfare, in the county will be a city street paved with macadam or gravel. MECANTILE NOTES. THE CITY Amateurs are on this evening at the Grand "Vaudeville. Judge McMahan and Frank Shine went to Ellwood last night. Jos. Weis the State street druggist is in Chicago today on business matters. Mrs. E. W. Bump went to Chicago this morning for a two days visit with her sister. Peter Nelson made a number of business calls in the city today for Jacob Schloer. Truant and Probation officer Thos. A. Muzzall was in the city today on official business. Judge Tuthill returned from Mi chigan City where he attended his sections of Illinois, Kansas and Ok FEE AND COMMERCE (Special Correspondence) Chicago, 111., June 2 8th. WHEAT was a dull draggy affair today with a downward tendency, opening at yes terdays closing prices and gradually sagging off a cent a bushel from the opening prices. The rust scare that was given so much publicity yes terday by the northwestern traders did not materialize and those who bought wheat in anticipation of a rise on this news were the largest sel lers all during the session. One of the most prominent crop experts es timates the winter wheat crop at 420 million, this is about what the go vernment figures last month esti mated it, this estimate' undoubtedly had depressing influence on prices. CORN. The market for corn open ed weak and continued dull during the entire session with a spasmodic rally of 1-4 cent caused by covering of shorts in July contracts. The weather over the corn belt was ideal, good rains being reported m various to au&eville anb amuv.:'.Lbeatre. H. BROOKS, Proprietor and Manager Week of June 25 daughters wedding yesterday. H. B. Parker, vice president of the Alboin Malleable Iron company. was in Hammond yesterday on busi ness with the Simplex. J. W. Harrington has returned from Oklahoma and Indian Territory where he has been looking after his property in the wheat belt. Itev. C. J. Sharp went to Ander son today to attend the Christian, Endeavor convention. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Collins and children, who have just returned Chicago in Hammond. from College Springs', Iowa, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Brad- Dr. T. W. Oberlin and Dr. T. W. KOhr of Robertsdale who are mem bers for the Hammond of state board Golden Bros, of 216 Plummer ave-loi nealtn and Dr. A. G. Schiieker.of ... I tnni . a T .it.,.,,. i : - une, nave recently made arrange- M2"101- ""su weui iu muidiwyuiis ments to represent the American this morning to attend the school. Forwarding & Mercantile Co. of lahoma. The market closed weak with an average net loss of 1-2 cent for all the active futures. OATS. Oats were strong In con trast to the other cereals and were bought on the theory that the crop is not going to be as large as early estimates made it. On the bulge there was liberal selling by commis sion houses who have been identified with the long side for months. PROVISIONS. Market opened weak under pressure from the pack ing house interests and a few selling Jacobson's real estate advertise ford for a few days before going to ment will appear' in these columns lhas a Position with Lewis and Kitch- yesterdays figures for both Pork and their home in Adrian, Mich. Mrs. T. Brennan, 7 Rimbach. ave nue, and Mrs. P. Reilley visited in Chicago this afternoon. Miss Ethel Ebright left this morn ing on a six weeks vacation for Alli ance, Ohio, and Pittsburg. Mrs. Aleen McCoy and Miss Eliza beth Scott are seeing "The Clans man" In Chicago this evening. Freddie Carter is spending a part East Chicago and Indiana - Harbor of his vacation in Valparaiso as the people and all others interested in guest of his grand parents, Mr. and property in those two cities should Mrs. Jacob Carter of that city, read the advertisement of the Ladd Freddie drove his pony over and ex- Agency of East Chicago, which as pects to stay three weeks. pears in this paper for the first time today. The dancing party that was to nave teen given ty crown roint : The Keynoldson Plumbing Co. is The McClellan family will hold a family reunion at the home of H. M. McElfresh on the Fourth of July. Miss Agnes Schreiber is attend ing commencement exercises of one . of the CMcago schools this evening. j .. :Dr. M. U Jackson will attend the craduation of Miss Jessie Manchee at Maodell half, Chicago, this even ing. young people at Cedar. Lake and to! moving form its present quarters at which several Hammond young peo- 93 South HOhmah street to its new pie were invited, has been post- location, 72 South Hohman streets poned until Saturday. M. F.-Pierce of Merriville was in Mrs. H. D. Conkey of Nandota. Hammond on business yesterday 11. is visiting her sister Mrs. H. H. Henry of Carroll St. In a few days Elmo Mann of Crown Point was Mary Elizabeth Henry will accom- in the city yesteraay on business pany her aunt to Mendota where she Mr. Mann told some of his friends Smith of Crawfordsville, Ind will, be, Mrs.Coneys&uest, .foe ,a of his recent hard luck. His son mouiu. i was ridme: one or tne mules or a Mrs, P. C. Baker, sister of Mrs. William Lasch went to Springfield, 111. this morning where she will re side. A large crowd of young people are planning to toast marshmallows on the beech at Lake Front park, to night. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gould of South Chicago were in Hammond thl3 morning on their way to Wheat- field, Ind. Mrs. A. F. Knotts and daughter Margaret, will go to Holly and other Michigan points next week to spend the summer. Mrs. William Lasch, 402 Plummer avenue, entertained the Marth a so- ceity of the Christian church yes terday afternoon. Mrs. Ed. Ebert who was a guest at the Newman-Evans nuptials last evening, returned to her home In Lowell this morning. Mrs. Louise Shauer, grand com mander of the True Kindred of III! nois, was the guest of Dr. M. E Jackson yesterday. Mrs. F. C. McLean and daughters have returned from a visit In Te ledo. Mrs. McLean visited friends in Chicago this afternoon. Mrs. F. IL Quinn will leave Satur day for Niles, Mich., to spend a week with her mother. Miss Jose phine Hobon will join her Tuesday Mrs. F. S. Lowery assisted by Mrs J. D. MeAnally entertained the La ,41ies Aid society, this afternoon a the home of Mrs. Lowery, 561 In dlana avenue. Mrs. John Gild and children who are on their way to their home in Lafayette from the east, were the guests of Mrs. M. Rodgers, 11S Rus sell street, today. VV. C. VanGHder who has been at orders from abroad, particularly in inmanapoii3 tor tne past six weeKs Lard. The market did not remain is expected home in a tew days, lie weak, however, and closed at about tomorrow. Look it over. en and nas just completed . tne work on a new church, putting in ft furnace, also cornice ,.nd other sheet, metal work. Ribs. Receipts of hogs at the yards 000 with priees a shade lower. 27, EAST CHICAGO NOTES. GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET Month Opening A fl Qlfw-4ml TirVir Viae hoon via- I Wheat. July 831- lting irienas in ixwen during tne ept. recess of the jury the past week was May 86 in TPocf io trrv 1 o of ntron 5 n o TVTtc I . July 52'-? mg'ine summer -wim ivirs. oiocomo s Dec. 50? High Low 83 Mrs S63 52 V mi 82 V8 S6K mi 49 v; Cloainir J'ne28 J'ne 27 82- S3 tea. S3 b 81b 86s 52 Ka 52 b 50 50- sa Jones occupies the Slocomb home. Rev. Hoagland returned Saturday noon from Liyons, iv.an., wnere ne had gone to officiate at the wedding of his old college friend, Rev. E. D, valuable team which Mr. Mann had Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 0 Shea of recently acquired, toward the water- 46 Webb street, together with their hng trough, when the mule ran into son Charles, and tneir- daugnters a hiie-c-v nole. which nassed com- I ou x Helen, Florence and Fannie leave pietely through the animal's shoul tomorrow for pswego, N. Y., New der necessitating the destruction of York City and Newark ,N. J., for a the mule. Mr. Mann sold the other four weeks visit. Unlfi the same dav. 'Mrs.' VahLaninghaih and daugh ters of Harvey are visiting Mrs. Rodgers. Oats. July Sept. Dec. May Pork. July Sept. Oct. Lard. July Sept. Oct. Ribs. July Sept. Oct. 39'i 36-8 mi- 35 Vx 39 to 37- 3Xa 36b 38js 3S?S39 Zyi 38f-8b 39! 4a. 36 V 83-Ha 84 Ha S7b 52 Kb 50-ga 50 b 39?Ba 36Veb 36a 38 b The Original Carolinian Jubilee Singers 7 People in all 15c 20c 25c Thursday Amateur Night. 1700 1712 1700 17t2n 1720 1672-65 16S0 1655 1680 1675 a 870 875 S70 875b S77 890 . 892 SS5 892b 895a 892-90 892-95 885 892 b b95b 930a 932 927-30 932b 932 925 925 920 935b 725 902 9u5 900 905b 905 BASTAR & McGARRY This name means a GUARANTEE of Quality in Diamonds, Watches, Jewelery and Silverware Also the Highest Degree of Skilled Workmanship in Watch and Jewelery Repairing 175 So. Hohman St. The Ladies Missionary society of the Congregational church will meet at the home of Mrs. Geo. W. Lewis tomorrow. Edson Taylor of Lowell, who had been making his home here for some time, returned from the south west last night where he was em ployed as timekeeper. He leaves to work for the same company in Mem- i phis this evening. A CARNEGIE HERO Miss Leta Saunders of Clillicothe, I III,, is visiting Mrs. D. D. Hoagland for a few days. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. Closing Description. Open High. Low. June2s June27 All vv. it. u. members are in vited to attend, in a body with the G. A. R. and Spanish American War Veterans, a patriotic service at the Presbyterian church, Sunday morn ing, July 1st. Meet at Memorial hall, court house, at 10 a. m. A South Chicago brewery team ran away while the driver delivering beer to the Broken Corner saloon He ran out just in time to catch hold of the back of the wagon from where he climbed to the seat and re covered the reins. stopped before it reached Sibley Street. The parsonage of the Congrega tional church is now paid for. Atch 89 n m'i mi Ainer. Sugar-. 128 Ji l.U 128J 131 Ainer. C ar . -. . 36 3BJ4 35 Amal. Copper 96-? 9H 95fi 99 Anier. Smelter 143 145 ?i 142 145 V B. & 0 1165-g 117 116'i J17)i The subject of the sermon at the Methodist church Sunday evening The team was will be "The Third Commandment." MARRIAGE LICENSES. Miss Jennie Green's Sunday school class spent the day in Jackson park and will visit the White City this i evening. B. R. T. c. g. w c. & o c. f. i Col. So Can. 1'fic. . Ct-nt. Lea. l)ts. Erie 111. Cen. ... L. & N . . Mex. Cent.. M. K.& T Peo. Gas ... 74 H W4 56 3SH 16J8 57 47 lA 33K 16 55 44!; 33 V 76l4 16?a 57 46 A pretty church wedding, marked by simplicity, was that of Miss Ame lia Schoop to Mathew Quinn. Only relatives and a few friends were present to witness the ceremony per- Walter Burke, Memphis, Tenn...34 Genevieve H. Carr, Chicago 26 Adelbert Watson, Blue Island, 111.. 40 Mable Figeley, Blue Island, 111... 30 Harry D- Doyle, Stony Island, 111.23 Anna M. Jacobs, Stony Island, 111.23 Misses Edith and Mabel Wickey, Miss Anna Edmonds-. Will Henry and D. Dj Thomerson went to Rob ertsdale bathing this afternoon. 159' 1605 1594 160 37 368 365s 57 58 56 14 58 fe' 4l; 41fi 40 4Hi 175'a 17ti!i' 174' l7tti 142 143 141 13 21 V 21 V 2)'i 21 324 32K 31 "i 32 X 89 90 m-t asm Fenn 128 129 H 127 H 129 V M3. Pac. iH l!-s m!-s 91 Vat. Lead .. 71 H 73 7lM 73 X. Y. Cent ... lM'A 135J4 133V 135.V N". Y. C.&St.L Reading 124 126 121 V 12574 Rep. S 26 14 27 yt 26 V 27! g Do I'M 94 .'8 95 91Tb 95 23i4 21 24 formed by the Rev. E. F. Barrett atl Edward A Beecher, Hammond... 23 .Martha Carnahan, Hammond. ... 20 iNoah Moss. Chicago 23 8 o'clock this morning, in All Saints Catholic church. The only at tendants were Miss Anna Gray, who served as bridesmaid and Gustave Schoop, a brother of the bride, acted as Dest man. 'ine Driue wore a dainty white organdie gown with bride roses in her hair. Following the church service a wedding break fast was served to the bridal party Rost Whitney, Chicago 23 The summer school at the McKin ley building is progressing despite the hot weather. Hours are ar ranged so that pupils do not stay longer than two hours in succession. Evening work will begin next week Rock Isld... Ry. Springs So. Pac St. Paul ..... Tenn. Coal -. U. Pacific. C S. Steel.. 66K 63 V 66 H 68'4 171.V 1743 m mv 142!4 145 HITJ 3o'.'S 35 '4 'MVi - Do Pfd 101H UK) Wabash , 19 19! 19 Do Pfd 45 -4 45i 4454 1444i 35 ;i iie4 43 mi 129 36-V 96-V 143 V 117 74-K M4 56H 45i 34 Vt 109 H 37 57 41 175V ,142 21 H 32 89 12SV 91 5i 71 V 13434 125 95 23. 67 V' iv-A U2Yt 85 H km V Fred II. Scott, Chicago Mary King, Chicago Arthur F. Kirschner, Chicago .26 .26 . 5 FOR SALE At a bargain, 2 flat buildings on Magaun avenue, East When you know something, do not Chicago; rent for $20. Price $1500 keep your light under a bushel, but Easy payments. Ladd Agency.- call up 502 and let The Lake County 6.28, lw. Times teli everybody. When you Alman Torgeson, Chicago, Chicago.28 get ready to subscribe or advertise.! WANTED. Painter, May Roubinek, Chicago 42 must have and immediate relatives, at the homeIonna M. Smith, Chicago 28 let Mr. Tomerson know about it and! had factory expereince at implement of Gustav Schoop, 536 Truman ave nue. The dining room and table were decorated with smilax and American Beauty roses. Mr. and Charles W Mrs. Quinn left on the 11:11 Monon for Chicago. At the station they were showered with rice, and flowers and old shoes were very much in evidence. They will visit Niagara Falls and Thousand Islands before returning to: Hammond Sept. 1st, Arthur Bremer, Chicago 26 Ercel Ethel Shepard, Chicago. ... 21 ihe will see that the thing is done. paint. Call Machine Co.- at Champion Potato 6-28-2t Miss Grace Hill was married yes- Anderson, Chicago... 2 6 terday to Clayton Root of Crown Subscribe for the Lake County Times Point. Ind. Miss Hill will te remem- Eva M. Neilson, Chicago 26 Frede, Richmond, Albert Henry 111 Etta Jordan, Richmond, 111. .38 28 bered by East Chicago people as the McKinley kindergarten director for the past two years. How's This? ODD FELLOWS MEET TONIGHT Mrs. Charles Richmond and child ren have returned to their home in Rochester after visiting Mrs. Rich mond mother and her sister Mrs. Barny Whilhelm. : The members of the L. C. B. A. surprised Miss Genevieve Looby last evening by meeting at her home un- Delegates from the 45th Ind. dis trict of Odd Fellows meet this even ing in Odd Fellows Hall in this city to select a day and choose a town for the district convention which is to take place toward the end of August or in the beginning of September. Thus far two places are mentioned for the convention Hammond and Lowell. ; BUY your fire-works at the 5 and 10 cent store. 6-2 6-1 w. j Hard on Mars. If In that faroft planet fair There are abodes of living men. If happy creatures live up thfre We really pity them, for when Our present crop of grafters Is knocked Sky high and drift off Into space. When they decide their game is blocked Down here, they'll wing a merry rac To other worlds all uncontrolled By legislation's iron grip;. They'll get on Mars a strangle hold. And gayly they'll the boodle flip. No muck rake there to spoil their dreams. No big stick's, shadow o'er them whirl ed. But with their old and well tried '. .,- schemes. . ... The grafters there win own the world. When you are passing the McKin ley school, step in and ask Mr. Near to tell you how to transform a bar ren waste of sand and debris into a beautiful velvety lawn, and learn how to adorn such flower designs. The name of the Erlebach Plan ing Mill is changed to the Invalid AnDliance and Cabinet Mfg. Co. 406- 40S-410-412, Indiana Avenue. Te phone 1871. 6-21-tf MALE HELP WANTED. Fore man wanted for macadam street pa ving, also laborers and teams, Salter, Smith & Bader, Whiting. 6-2S-3t We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for th9 last 15 years, I J i t ; I. k, ii. in all basinets transactions, and finan cially abla to carry out any obliga tions made by his firm. WALD1NG, KIN NAN & MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nallv, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials gent free. Sold by Draggists. Price, 753. per bottle. . Take Hall's Family Pills for cons tipation. - 6-2-Imo, For Ice Cream and soft driniis of all Kind, tne - PALACE OF SWEETS. Ice Cream for parties and picnics at moderate prices. BricK Ice Cream a Specialty - Brahos Brothers. Proprietors. Telephone 2942 - 126 Hohman St n n ns llluy) 1 Drugs, to be effective, must be pnre; prescriptions, to be serviceable, must be carefully compounded. We take pride in the drugs we carry and the way we dispense a prescription for you. There is no doubt regarding the value of remedies of our making. Consult your physician as to our superior facilities in a PRESCRIP TION WAY. SUMMERS Commercial Bank Building PHARMACY, Two 'Phones Call your doctor ver our phones. Lake County Title & Guaranty Company ABSTRACTORS F. R. MOTT, President, J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, FRANK HAMMOND, Yice-Pres. A. H. TAPPER, Treasurer. S. A.' CULVER, Manager. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana! Secretary's office in Majestic Bids., Hammond." Abstracts furnished promptly at current rates.