"MONDAY, JULY 2, 190G
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
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EAST CHICAGO HEWS
Geo. B. Limbert & Co., manufact
urers of steam titters supplies, dosed
a deal last evening for the purchase
of the Seymour Mfg. plant here,
which has for several years made
cattle guards. New equipment will
be installed at once.
A 12 year old lad named McConnell
was badly injured by the explosion
of a blank cap from a gun which en
tered his-left hand. . Dr. Brown, who
took care of the boy said a case of
lockjaw was narrowly averted.
On account of repairs, both the
Republic and Inter-State steel works
will be closed down all next week.
Mrs. J. G. Allen has returned from
an extended visit in Darien, Wis.
Mis3 Catherine Mills of Englewood
Is visiting her cousin Miss Agnes
GRAVEL EOAD ELECTION.
j (Special Correspondence).
Crown Point. Ind., July 2. The
special gravel road election in Win
field Township last Saturday resulted
in an overwhelming victory for the
proposed improvement. Two pieces of
road, one five and one-half miles long
the other three and one-quarter miles
were voted upon. The vote stood as
For gravel roads 102
Against gravel roads. 12
Majority for 9 0
Thja is the second effort this town
ship has made to secure the construc
tion of a system of improved roads.
The former petition failed on ac
count of the cost of construction,
which exceeded the amount of money
available for road improvement. The
roads voted upon last Saturday will
connect the villages of Leroy and
Palmer and run from Winfield Sta
tion on the Erie to the township line,
where it will join the Center Town-
Bhlp's road. The commissioners will
advertise for bids at once and the
roads will be constructed before cold
weather sets in. 1
POLICE FAIL TO SHOW UP.
When the umpire called the game
between the Police and the Conkey
team Saturday only three of the Blue
Coats were to be found. This was
not because they were afraid to try
conclusions with the printers, how
ever, but because of circumstances
which made their apearance impos
sible. One man was sick and at the
last moment Timmons found that he
would have to go to Chicago. This
left the team without a catcher and
so the best that could be done was
to send Hanlon, Martin and Kunz to
represent the force. j
As to the game, 3 to 16 in favor of
the Conkey team tells the whole
Joe Long, Jrs. Win.
In a fast game with interesting
piays the Joe Long Jrs. won from
the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Rail
way team at Harrison Park by the
score of 7 to 6. There was quite a
crowd of Interested spectators pres
ent. loe Long Jrs:-2 0 0 2 2 0 0 1 7
Cherokees ..200 0 0102 16
LAKE COUNTY TIMES GETS THE
First Class Board. iMeals
at all hours. Phone 3101.
295 S. Hohman St., Cor. Douglas
For Ice Cream and Cold
OORELLI $ CO.
Ice cream for partys and
picnics at moderate prices.
Bricks a specialty
25S So. HoHmaxi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK.
Report of the condition of The
in the State of Indiana, at the close
Loans and Discounts,
Overdrafts .secured and unsecured
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation,
U. S. Bonds to secure U. S. Deposits
Premiums on U. S. Bonds
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
Legal- tender notes 2,000.00
Redemption fund with U S Treasurer
Due from U. S. Treasurer, other thanthan 5 p. c. redemption fund 300.00
Capital stock paid in
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
United States deposits
Deposits of U. S. disbursing officers
State of Indiana, County of Lake, ss.
I, W. C. Belman, Cashier of the
swear that the above statement is
Subscribed and sworn to before
Report of the Condition of The Cit
izen German Xnttoual Hank at Ham
mond In the State of Indiana at the
close of business June ISth 1906.
Loans and Discounts 62,361.90
U. S. Bonds to secure Cir- I
Premium on U. S. Bonds 965.75
Banking House Furniture &
Due from Approved reserve
Checks and other Cash items 9.452.D0
Fractional paper, currency,
Nickels and Cents S35.5S
Legal Tender Notes 1,000.00
Redemption fund with U. S.
Treasurer 5 p. c. of circulation)
Capital Stock $60,000.00
Undivided profits, less Ex
penses and Taxes paid 625.01
National Bank Notes Out
Individual deposits subject
to check ' 53,244.05
Demand, Certificates of de
Time certificates of deposit 16,741.70
Certified Checks 25.00
Liabilities other than those
-above stated 9,350,'
State of Indiana County of Lake ss
1, 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. IX Weis. M. D.
Charles C. Smith
John C. Becker. Directors.
Subscribed and swear to before rr.e
this 20th day of June, 1006.
James K. Stinsor.
ISEAL Notary Public
Mv commission expires Nov. 12, I90S
Thos. Ilafcimond, President
Chas. E. JFord, Vice-President.
Jno. W. Dyer, Cashier.
Report of the condition of the
Commercial Bank at Hammond, in
G. W. HUNTER
Best Eqipped Repair Shop in the State.
Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System
Phone 122 91 S. HOHMAN STREET
Huehn Block, HAMOMND, IND.
First National Bank, at Hammond,
of business. June IS, 1906.
(5 c. of circulation
S, 816. 97
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,
A. M. Turner
Peter W. Meyn
E. C. Minas
the State of Indiana, at the close of
business on June 18, 1906.
Loans and Discounts $638,578.25
Overdrafts, v 50.04
Stocks and Bondsvsc 10,097.14
furniture and, Fixtures, 4,000.00
Due from Banks, 139,698.84
Cash on Hand, 16,456.38
Discount Exchange and
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 elos-2 of bu
siness, June ISth, 1906.
Furniture & Fixtures, 7,000.00
Cash on hand and due
from other banks 33,313.57
Capital S ck $50,000.00
Undivide profits less
expends and taxes
paid. 5,7 S9. 4
Deposits 155, 339. S5
I. Peter Wj 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.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
James K. Stinson, a notary Public
in and for Lake County and State
James K. Stinson
S Notary Publi
i My commission, expires Nov. 12, 190
A DRAMATIC AHTI5T.
The "Winnlnar War of the Man Drfi
maker of Paris.
The dressmaker is a slim young man
with a long nose and big, winsome
eyes. Wearing a gray frock coat and
patent leather shoes, corseted and pow
dered and perfumed, he is more than a
man; he is a dressmaker. He is sat
urated with dandyism. It is not of an
offensive kiftd. His manners are a
strange mixture of humility and in
solence, for he is at once a salesman
and an artist. And he talks, talks,
talks, bonding his slim body into polite
curves, gesticulating with his thin
white hands, rolling his eyes in their
painted orbits, the while he fumbles
silks and velvets and satins and lace
The mere man who comes Into a
dressmaker's shop of an afternoon In
Paris no one goes to the dressmaker's
save only in the afternoon logins by
sneering at this fantastic creature.
That mood does not last long. Con
tempt gives way to admiration. There
s something marvelous in the way this
ord of lace and ribbon dominates the
women, the royal highness as well as
the spoiled actress. He is charming; he
is frivolous. Then of a sudden his
face darkens, he becomes serious, he
stares at her royal highness, studying
her form -froin head to foot; he smites
his brow and cries despairingly: "No,
no! I can't see you in that gown to-
I can't see you in any gown 1
study an inspiration will come
must wait." And royalty goes
away flattered, she knows not why.
Vance Thompson In Woman's Home
O summer river.
Why dost thou prolong
Througfi cold nights forever
Thy sad forest song?
Thou hast warm rich hours
Wherein thou mayst pine
Underneath the flowers
Which shall ne'er be thine.
Through them sjng and run
Where green branches quiver;
But when day is done
Sleep, sweet summer river.
4 v ft j'' VVtL
Sir. - -L- . L - J Wil - Y .
77 State Street'
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far superior to a savings bank. Let us explain
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TRENHOLM, MARVIN & CO.
D, 605 Baltimore Building,
Notice of Administration.
la the matter of the Estate of Vrt 1t
Anna Goetx. Deceased. 0 " 0
Notice is hereby jriven that the undersifrced
has bn appointed Administrator of Raid Es
tate. by the Judge of the Lake Superior Court.
Said Estate is supposed to be solvent.
Dated. June 6 1906.
iiWm IMA ers
An appetizing nibble
with the flavor of the
refreshing lemon. A
revelation in modern
Hammond Horse Market
i5to 40 Head of Horses always on
Hay, Feed and Wood for Sale.
ED MARSH, Proprietor,
396 Calumet Avei
CARL G. FAUL
Light Spring Wag
ons, Buggies and
1 V. ' rt.
onoy to Loan
Id any amount on short notice, on
real estata or personal property, by
Stinsoa Bros. Attorneys at Law,
Stenographer and notary in office. All
inqniiies strictly confidential. Snite
105, First National Bank Building.
There is a story of an old lady who made np a batch of mince and apple pics.
Wishing to be able to distinguish one kind from the other she marked the
mince pies T M fr " tis mince " and the apple
pies T M fr "taint mince."
The baker's marks ou the ordinary run of
bakery products are of little more value for pur
poses of identification than the marks on the old
lady's pies. .
Sut HERE is a trade mark that really identi
fies that enables you to distinguish the world's
best baking the Biscuit, Crackers and Wafers
madebytherIAT10NAL BISCUIT COMPANY.
This trade mark appearing in red and white oa
each end of a package guarantees the contents to be
of highest quality pure, clean and fresh. To learn something of what this
trade mark means try a package of either of the products mentioned below.
Unique little biscuit
in much favor with
those who want
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
8 P E CUL ATQJRSn
About $4,000,000 Wo'rtS
of IL&ud Sold Already
Lots and Acres Immediate Adjoining the Pur
chase of United States Steel Corporation on
Lake Michigan, Adjoining Tolleston, Lake
MODEL CITY TO BE BUILT
OVER $75,000,000 TO BE SRENT
Largest Steel Plant in the World
Enormous increase in values in property now
offered is in sight in short time.
Real Estate arid
If you want to buy or sell real estate, or need fire,
life or accident insurance, it will pay yocx to call
on us. Our cornpanys are of the best. We list be
low a few bargains. If you do not find anything
here that suits you ask to see our list.
10-room brick house on East State street, lot 5021 18
Price, $3,000. Will exchange for a farm.
25-foot lots near Pennsylvania depot at $55 each.
$5 down and $1 per week.
4- room house on Cedar street, 50-foot lot, $900.
52-foot corner lot on Hoffman street, $Soo.
5- room cottage on Oak street, 50-foot lot, fine lawn,
sfeade trees, a fine piece of property at $1450.
37 foot lot on Hickory street at $250.
25-foot lot on Pine street, $200.
25-foot lot on Ash street, $150.
4 lots on Griffin street, a snap at $125 each. Easy
terms. We can sell you a lot on any street on the
north side at very low prices and very easy terms.
Phones: Office, 1394
Possessing the rich,
nutty flavor of
any graham crackers
you ever tasted. 1
i?8 Dearborn Street
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