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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
PAGE FIY P, !i rp?f!ir -a THE FOURTH OF JULY IlHL LOIriiL Humor end Philosophy By DUNCAN M. SMITH A -.Golden rcunit FRIDAY. JUNE 29, 1006 Oppo y is not far away but we expect to do business in our new building at 98 State Street bthat time. We will have the LARGEST and most UP-TO-DATK Drug Store in this part of the State Remember 98 will be our new location just op posite our present location. JOS. W. VVEIS, The Druggist foi State Street. A list of transfers of real estate furnished daily by the Lake County Title and Guaranty company. Abstractors offices at Crovn Point, and Hammond, Ind. Eliza Jane Go if to John B. Peterson, lots 21, 22, and -3 Eddy's second addition, Crown Point and lots 1 to 5 Foster's add., Crown Point . $1250.00 Julius Peto to Anna Zizda, lots 5 PERT PARAGRAPHS. Au aristocrat -would never do for an express messenger, for he couldn't be come a common carrier. Graft, like beauty, is only skin deep. The wine of youth is too apt to de generate into the vinegar of age. To reduce our stock ve offer all trimmed and untrimmed hats at ONE-HALF PRICE. Our summer goods ate all fresh and new and strictly the Best Styles. We solicit your inspection. Bloomfooff & Co. 1.00 transfers and 6, block 14, sw. 14 2S,37,9, East Chicago. . Susan F. Avery to Marion lots 20 to 33, block 12, Avery's add. .Hammond. Besides the foregoing there have been tiled for record with the recorder of Lake county, Ind. 4 mortgages, 1 release and 2 mis cellaneous instruments. Louis T. Orr has filed a plat of o) lots as Third addition to Gary at junction of Michigan Cantral and Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago railroad company. A smooth get ruflled wrong way. man is on? who doesn't when you rub him the SPORTING BOTES. Athletes to Winona. section, 295.00 r rv ,., ' A woman who is only faar-nv when Towle & i sj3e is miserable is a fine thing to Lave about the house when you are not there. A ring has no end, and if it is bought on the installment plan the paying for it has no end either. When a man has to carve a turkey before company it is seldom that he is enough of a philosopher to be thankful that he has a turkey to carve. A woman's "no" means yes only when she says it to the right mam When a man is iu love and working at it lie doesn't take kindly to the eight hour drsy idea. CmZEHS I. B I file IT Ar, A DUAL BAN! HAMMOND IND. v Your Bank too! small for the apatai $200,000. account is not too large. "Neither is it Four Hammond athletes . will go to Winona Lake on the Fourth and enter in the athletic meet there. Victor Dyer will enter in pole vault and the jump. Chalmer Smith will try out with the weights and in addition will run the half mile. Will Whitlieb will enter for the long distance events while Bellman will enter in the hurdles and quarter mile events. This is a Hammond team that should return with their share of the honors. C. A. A. Meet at Marshall Field. Harvey Blair and Danna Summers are rounding out their training pre paratory to entering the Chicago Athletic association meet at. Marshall field Saturday. It is now known that Blair will limit himself to two events, the 100 yard dash and the quarter mile. Summers wiil nego tiate the mile. ;GITI2I 13 S GER&1AH --RATIONAL-BAH1 ft to handle. We solicit the same on the most liberal terms consistent with good Banking. 3 per cent interest paid on time certificates o deposits. Same issued from $1.00 up. Drafts to all parts of the World sold. O O SMITH Pres GEO M EDEIt Cashier W D WEI3 M D Vice Pres E S EME1UNE Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS CHAS SMITH C II FRIEDRICH J C BECKER WM D WE IS HERMAN SCHREIBER H M PLASTER Women uml AVater. "If nervous women would only drink more water they would not be so nerv ous," remarked a trained nurse the other day. "Nearly . every physician will recommend a woman who is suf fering from nervous prostration or nervous exhaustion to drink lots of water between meals, but many wo men who do not come under a doctor's care would feel better and look better if they would drink say a quart of water in the course of the day," says Home Chat. "Water is a nerve food. It has a distinctly soothing effect when sipped gradually, as one can test for herself." Nice People. The people that we meet in books Are clever. Kind and sweet; The men are brave and stout of heart. The ladies fit to eat. Unless they are the other kind, The villains dark and deep. Who hatch up plots and work them our While other peop'e sleep. They have no cares about the rent Or anything like that; The ladles never have to beg ThHr husbands for a hat; They hire a cab or take the train And go most anywhere And never stop to think about A vulgar thing like fare. They live In some fine mansion or A cottage by the sea; Their visitors can stay a week. And eerything is free; They have a gardener and a maid, A coachman and a man, And all of their arrangements run On some self working plan. No bill collector comes around To mar life's placid flow; No landlord says the ren t is due And they must pay or go; For panics, boycotts, lockouts, strikes. They do not care a rap In fact, in every way their lives Are what you'd call a snap. A chance lor everyone to own a Home tmm The Hammond Realty Company will help yon WE are putting on the market seventy-five choice resi dent lots in East Lawn and McIIie's Subdivision and will sell you your choice of any of these lots (now unsold) at the unusually moderate price of 200 each, and what is more, we will loan to every person paying cash for his lot 75 per cent of the money required to build his home, at 6 per cent interest. All will be treated alike. First come first served. Do not neglect this opportui ity. It may never be offered again. ' For information and particulars call at our office HAfiriOND REALTY COflPANY Hammond Building or our Agents GOSTLIN, riEYN & COMPANY 92 State Street Painfully Exact. SPFflA Sale Thi L Boys Blouse Waists, to 75c. This week W7 1 s vveeK Worth up On Furniture, Pianos, orses, Wagons, tc. Without removal icity. If you cannot our confidential agent to charge unless loan is made. of property and without pub call, write, and we will send see you. Positively no 39 C "Where have I seen you before?" "On the earth, I guess. That is the-: only place I have been." Room 200, 913S-40 Commercial Ave. Tel South Chicago 104. . Oliica.s'o jDLX. Open Evenings Till 9 P. AV Iff in Our Eastern Fleet. We are sending a fleet of torpedo boats to the Philippines to ply in and out among the islands, to tire off salutes when congressional committees call and to be on baud if Uncle Sam in the guise of opportunity knocks at the door of China and is obliged to break in and tell the sleeping inhabitants that he has arrived. These torpedo boats, while not much bigger than a cup and saucer, are veri table terrors. They can blow up a big ship if it will stand still while they are doing it, and in the humdrum days of peace they are master hands at running irrto mud banks. It is a pity, though, that the ofHeers are so dignified that we cannot make the fullest use of them, for the boats could make a noble right on the mos quitoes of the island province if they would just dodge up the rivers and, catching these monsters unawares, throw dynamite shells into their midst. XT L A GEN CY TRANSACTS A General Real Estate and Insurance business. Prompt attention given all business intrusted with us. A big snap in a twelve flat propo sition paying 12 per cent. This must be sold 1 at once. REPRESENTATIVES OF THE EAST CHICAGO COMPANY 0FFICsB4U31UDNG East Chicaao, Indiana SIRES AND SONS. A Diplomat. "I didn't see the point of that joke." "Neither did I." "But you laughed at it." "Sure. I am calling on his daughter." AU Right For a Boy. unpleasant to be H Bovs Plav Suits. All Sizes; this "It must be very king of Spain." "I don't know. Every day is Fourth of July with him." wees Li o o a o o o o o o ( o W w WWWW W' V W Wi jj m? f FMOKE 9 First class lirery in connection. Night calls promptly attended. LADY ASSISTANT PriTate ambulance Office open night and day o o NICHOLAS EMMERLING Successor to iCrost & Emm r ling O UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR PRACTICAL EM BALM ER. 211 Sib y Street, Ha.7imond, Ind jBoys Knee Pants. Worth up! to 75c I his week j 9c I Big assortment Men's Outing Suits ' Worth up to $15.00. This! week j $10.00 She Gets 'Em. Sweet spring- Is here, though she was late. And summer's packed an' on her way; The summer girl aii up to data Has come to steal our hearts away. And when she gets 'em she wiil tie Them with a string fast to her belt And in the autumn hang 'era high An I wonder what the poor things feK. And as she folds away her net She'll murmur to the vacant air: "Now, where did I those trophies get? I wonder where; I wonder where," o 0 f. -f f f f g f f fn K f T -20r 0 tm&r db mJ3r vMHP 9mir yV Vm Mttr ftdP Vsr viy 1NQIAMA. A Common Kind. "She wouldn't marry unless she could have a man made to order." "Yer-, to order about, I presume." Nuts For Him. The vegetarian walks around. His features a!l aglow. And as he reads the muck rake scrtull lie saj s, I told you so-" John L. Sullivan says that he has at last conquered his appetite for strong drink. Judge Jackson of West Virginia has been ou the federal bench longer than any other man now living. He has oc cupied the position for forty-four years. Professor Kinaldo Lothrop Ferkins, one of the most scholarly men of Bos ton, at the age of eighty lives a simple life in a small attic room surrounded by his books. Three United States senators- are worth lore than $10,000,000. They are W.iiiam A. Clark of - Montana, Stephen B. Elkins of West Virginia and Nelson A. Aklrich of Rhode Island. In the neighborhood of his home in Mississippi John Sharp Williams is al ways called "John Sharp." This Is be cause the family of the congressman's mother were the Sharps the great peo ple of that section. The leading candidates for the Unit ed States senate from Colorado Thom as E. Walsh, David Moffatt and Mr. Guggenheim are all millionaires. The latter was formerly of New York, but has lately taken an interest in Colo rado smelting and Colorado politics. Joseph Ditchtield of Trevorten, Pa., sixty-five years oki, grew frightened when he could not n :i-l one night by the aid of spectacles which had been worn many years. A doctor examined him and gave him a newspaper which he read clearly without glasses. He had gained hU second sight. ; Matthew Tibbet, a member of the Mud Cat club of Princeton. Ind., made a bet that he could eat a fish that meas ured five feet six inches from tip to tip in eight minutes. The wager was accepted by the club and they lost be cause Tibbet produced a gpoon bill cat fish, which was nearly all head and tall. M. Combanaire. the French explorer, recently got lost in the forests of Cam bodia. He became separated from his party and wandered through the soli tudes for eight days without any other nourishment than the water he could get from the marshes in the Jungle. One of the members of the party to , which he had belonged shot one tiger and six elephants in a fortnight. GostliD ley " Real Estate in all Its Branches." "Spring has como. The coal trust The prospects for Hammond were Now is the time to boy yourself a houses and lots to en it the taste and Come now before the prices begin are low now, bnt are bound have a few bargains gone. Don't delay. : left tut tbey is on the bum. never so bright home. We bare purse of anyone to climb. Tbey to go up. We will 'a soca ba We List here a fevi of our Bargains .New 7 room house with bath; brick foundation, pavement and brick sewer paid for. 50x150 ft lot, Calumet Ave., $2500 6 room r ouse, full 7 ft basoment, cement floor, bath, hot and cold water, gaa for light and 50 ft lot, cement sidewalk, fine lawn, Summer street, $2100.00 25 ft lot on State street across from Carter's livery barn, at a very reasonable figure, $2300. 9 room house, 50 ft lot, Murray street, 1400 4 room cottage, 50 ft lot, pave ! street, E. Sibley, fnoo 6 room cottage, brick foundation, 37 ft lot, LaSalle St., $!5000 42 ft lot on State, and State Line streets at a bargain. Fine two rlat building 50 ft lot on Ogden street, 13600. New 8 room bouse on Manilla avenue, $2400 Michigan arenue, S rooms, $2100 4 room cottage, brick foundation, f 700 5 room cottage, Chicago avenue, $1000, easy payments 9 roora house, 50 ft lot, Shefaeld Avenue, $2500.00 8 room house, 50 ft lot, Sheffield Avenue. I2000.00 4 room cottage, Oak street, north of Hoffman, 25 ft let on easy payments, $750.00 7 room cottage cn Truman near Oakley, 35 it lot, $1400.00. rine above are out a iew 01 tne bars;ains we offer, If you wish look into anything in the real estate line, not listed above, call oa or write us. We can gait you. Gostlln, Meyn h Co., "Real Estate in all Its Braiches; CO I t i f I I i f-1"