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Saturday, June 30. 1906
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE THREE Gary News The Peru Construction Company has sent one hundred teams and out fits and they will arrive here in a few days. They are to take up work, grading etc., for the sewers and on the streets. Mr. Forrester, the ma nager, has great faith in our future and is going to have his share in the making. A. Stanton of Hammond spent sev eral hours here on business today. Uncie Sam notified Mr. Knotts yes terday that the supplies would be here now in a day or so. He is also requested to measure the distances from the depot to the post-office, from the post-office to the railroad track at the nearest point, and from the post-office to the back door of the de pot. Mrs. Robinson, sister of Mrs. T. E. Knotts .returned to her home at Medaryvllle yesterday morning. The children objected strenuously to re turning, insisting that it was so nice at Uncle Tom's. The conveyors for moving the ce ment and gravel from the cement houses and gondolas will be ready for operation by Monday. The one mixer is being worked now, the ma terials being hauled to it by wheel barrows. About four feet of con crete has been put in this one found ation and as soon as the flow of water can be brought under control in the one to the North, work will begin there putting in concrete. About twenty rods of the concrete sewer is done on the North side. The mixing is all done by machinery. The first delivery of milk will be made twice a day within a short time. Frank Wilder had the misfortune to loose one of his horses yesterday. C. G. Miller, manager of the local branch of the G. II. Hammond com pany was here on business today. A scaffolding on the north side fell down yesterday, dropping three men and all material around the engineer below. The engineer suffered a bad cut in the head and one of the work men sprained a wrist and ankle. The fall wa3 twelve feet and the engineer was immediately below the scaffold, making his escape seem almost mi raculous. ? Wyatt has begun work on Fifth 'Avenue East. The street is to be graded for a mile to the east and the same distance i to the West. Frank Wilder has the work to the west. .Two corps of engineers are now working here. One corps is setting grade lines for the new streets and the other one, which began this week is getting the grade for the brick pavement on Broadway. Two Young men were here today, presumably from Armour's in Chicago looking over the ground prepara tory to establishing a wholesale mar ket. B. & 0. SACKED While the agent stepped out away from his little station a short dis tance Wednesday evening, sneak thieves pried open one of the win dows took two suit-cases, a suit of clothes and $7 the young man had there. The work was presumably that of hoboes on their way out of Chicago. The agent telegraphed his resignation to headquarters the next morning, feeling that he had done his share toward the upbuilding of our city. John Przybyl FIRST CLASS Buffet and Restaurant First Class Board. Meals at all hours. Phone 3101. 295 S. Hohman St., Cor. Douglas HAMAIOND, IND. If I in v- ? ilir g Utlr m For Ice Cream and Cold Drinks H. HORELLI & CO. IS THE HEADQUARTERS Ice cream for partys and picnics at moderate prices. Bricks a specialty Phone 2031. 258 &o. Hohman G. A. E. NOTICE W. II. Calkins Post No. 502, G. A. R., extends a cordial invitation to all veterans of the Civil war, Spanish American war, and ladies of W. R. C. of Hammond, Whiting, Robertsdale and Hegewisch to meet at Memorial hall, superior court BANK STATEMENTS FIRST NATIONAL BANK. Report of the condition of The In the State of Indiana, at the clos j Resources. Loans and Discounts, Overdrafts .secured and unsecured U. S. Bonds to secure circulation, U. S. Bonds to secure L S. Deposit3 Premiums on U. S. Bond3 Bonds, Securities furniture, and fixtures Other real estate owned Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from approved reserve agents Checks and other cash items Exchanges for clearing house Lawful Money Reserve in Bank Viz: Fractional paper currency, nickels,and cents Specie Legal- tender notes 2,000.00 23,208.70 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer (5 p. c. of circulation 5,000.00 Due from U. S. Treasurer, other thanthan 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' GERMAN NATIONAL BANK. Report of the Condition of The Cit izens German National Hank at Ham mond in the State of Indiana at the close of business June ISth 1906. Resources Loans and Discounts 52,361.90 U. S. Bonds to secure Cir culation 25,000.00 Premium on U. S. Bonds 96S.75 Banking House Furniture & Fixtures 977.27 Due from Approved reserve Agents 40,484.76 Checks and other Cash items 9,452.50 Fractional paper, currency, Nickels and Cents S35.5S Specie 11,205.00 Legal Tender Note3 1,000.00 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer 5 p. c. of circulation) 1,250.00 Total 5143,535.76 $60,000.00 623.01 3.500.00 Liabilities. Capital Stock Undivided profits, less Ex penses and Taxes paid National Bank Notes Out standing Individual deposits subject to check Demand, Certificates of de posit Time certificates of deposit Certified Checks Liabilities other than those above stated 53,244.05 50,00 16,741.70 25.00 9,350,0? Tota $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 belie. Geo. M. Eder, Cashier W. D. Weis, M. D. Charles C. Smith John C. Becker, Directors. Subscribed and swear to before me this 20th day of June. 1005. James K. Stinson (SEAL") .Votary Public My commission expires Nov. 12, 19 OS COMMERCIAL BANK Hammond, Ind. Thos. Hammond. President Chas. E. Ford, Vice-President. Jno. W. Dyer, Cashier. Report of the condition of the Commercial Bank at Hammond, in house, on Sunday morning,. July 1st; at 10 o'clock - to attend in ! a body, patriotic services at the Presbytrrian church, Rev. V.'. E. Shirey officiat ing. John M. Krause, Post Adjutant. Geo. E. Jaqua, Post Commander. LAKE COUNTY TIMES GETS THE NEWS First National Bank, at Hammond, of business, June 18, 1906. $55i;i97.37 2.162.59 100,000.00 150,000.00 8,000.00 98.184.03 2,000.00 2.176.10 23.35S.96 29,924.64 119.546.82 406.46 1,015.84 368.65 21,208.70 1,116,850.16 100,000.00 25,000.00 8,816.97 100,000.00 .22 455 19 230 5 145 4 ,259.50 ,941.59 ,393.98 ,133.13 ,305.49 ,259.36 ,740.14 883,033.19 $1,116,S50.16 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. Resources Loans and Discounts $638,578.25 Overdrafts, 50.04 Stocks and BondsX." 10.097.14 Furniture and Fixtures, 4,000.00 Due from Banks, 139,698.84 Cash on Hand, 16,456.38 $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 $808,880.65 State of Indiana, County of Lake, ss. I, John W. Dyer, Cashier of the Commercial Bank, Hammond, Ind. do solemly swear that the above statement is true. Jno. W. 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 TRUST CO. Report of lake County Savings & Trust Co. Bank at the close of bu siness, June ISth, 1906. Resources Loans, $170,815.74 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, 5.7S9.46 Deposits 155,339.85 211,129,31 I, Peter W. Meyn, of the above named bank do solemly swear that 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. James K. Stinson Notary Public My commission expires Nov. 12, 19 OS Xot Him. ' - "T'ought you wus goin' to de den tist." "Naw! I fought I'd take this here absent treatment" Pueblo Chieftain. Another Postponement. The Fourth is coming heavy toned, And from the noise we hear We judge 4he sane Fourth's been poffU poned At least for one more year. Tou can't de.cracker any town Or keep a good skyrocket down. 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We can sell you a lot on any street on the north side at very low prices and very easy terms. Phones: Office, 1394 Residence, 3632. 77 SOUTH I" G. W. HUNTER A JL Best Eqipped Repair Shop in the State. Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System Phone 122 91 S. HOHMAN STREET Huehn Block, HAMOMND, IND. A ALSO Harness Repairs 77 State Street Hammond, Ind. Portable r 4 ,i j" .... . ..a. : '-.bIM'j tin ;i nop . Style No. 2! THE PREMIER PORTABLE COTTAGE Can be erected , in Two hours. References: First National Bank, St. Johns, Mich. State Bank, St. Jchns, Mich. The St. Johns News, St. Johns, Mich. SEND AT ONCE FOR BOOKLET NO. 19. DO NOT DELAY. CHAS. Ii. MANLEY, Premier Mfg. Works, Dept. B, St. Johns, Mich. A s agency J General Insurance HOHMAN ST. Jacobson Agency HOHMAN ST. Hammond Morse Market i5to 40 Head of Horses always on hand. Kay, reed and Wood for Sale. Exchange Stable. ED MARSH, Proprietor, MANHATTAN HOTEL, 396 Calumet Ave. SEE age CARL G. 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