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Tmuxlav, Julv f), 1906.
THE LAKE COUNT ".TIMES
THE FOURTH OF JULY
is not far away but we expect to do business in our
new building at 98 State Street by that time.
We will have the LARGEST and most UP-TO-DATE
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
ioi State Street.
To reduce our stock we offer
all trimmed and untrimmed hats
Our summer goods are all
fresh and new and strictly the
We solicit your inspection.
Bioomboff & 'Co.
A list of transfers of real estate
furnished by the Lake County Title
and Guaranty Company, abstracters:
Offices at Crown Point and Ham
Frederick Blumenthal to Frederick
Schluster, ne. of ne V4 of sec
tion 14,39,9, (subject to right of
way along east Iine)..$ 2600 00
Herman Theel to Armanis F. Knotts,
5 lots in re-subdivision of Chicago,
Tolleston Land & Investment
Company's 4th addition, Tolles--ton
Frank Kingsley to Albert De W.
Erskine, 2 lots in Indiana Harbor,
Ind., second addition, for $500.
Emil Anderson to Albert De V.
Erskine, lot 7, block 56, Indiana
John N. Beckman to Alfred Schmal,
se 14 se 14 of section 19,34,9..
Rose Predorn to Telesphore Predorn,
lot3 25 to 2 7, block 9, Hasford
Pesides the foregoing transfers
there have been filed for record with
the recorder of Lake county, Ind.,
12 martgages, 3 releases and 4 mis-
ED V. FIT2PATRICK
TWO JOLTS OF THE
CITIZEN mm NATiOMAL BA
' . HAMMOND IND.
Your Bank account is not too large. "Neither is it
too small for the
to handle. We solicit the same on the most '-Wal terms
I consistent with good Banking. 3 per cent interest paid on
time certificates of deposits. Same issued from $1.00 up.
Drafts to all parts of the World sold.
O G SMITH Pres W D WEIS M D Vice Pres
GEO II EDEli Cashier E S EMERINE Ass't Cashier
C II FRIEDRICH
J C BECKER
VM D WEIS
H M PLASTER
On Furniture, Pianos,
Horses, Wag'ons, Etc.
Without removal of property and without pub
icity. If you cannot call, write, and we will send
our confidential agent to see you. Positively no
charge unless loan is made.
B 1 El M 1 19 HTvMgSyS9
Room 200,, 913S-40 Commercial Ave.
Tel South Chicago 104.
Mrs. Thomas Moore of 140 Russell
Street was very busy with her house
hold duties yesterday afternoon and,
in order to keep him quiet, she gave
Gordon, her 16-months-old boy a bot
tle of laundry blueing to amuse him
self with. Then she went on with
her work and thought little more
about the baby until some minutes
later, when, to her amazement she
noticed that he had taken the cork
from the bottle of indigo and was
drinking the fluid with evident relish.
She hastily took the bottle from
the little fellow and placed it on the
window-sill, while she ran to a
neighbor's house to summon aid, fear
ing that the washing fluid was
nosionous. When she returned in a
minute she found that Gordon had
again taken possession of the bottle
;md seemed bound to drain it. She
.gain siezed the bottle and tried her
best to make the boy vomit what
he had consumed. Dr. Weis soon ar
rived and administered an emetic
and little Gordon is apparently none
the., worse today, forhis experience.
The home building and loan will
meet a week from today instead of a
week from tomorrow, owing to the
Fourth of July. A. H. Tapper, Pres.
P EL C 1 L
Sale This Week
Boys Blouse Waists. Worth up
to 75 c. This week
Open Evenings Till 9 P. M.
The Hustling Republican Nominee for
Clerk of Supreme Court.
Ed V. Fitzpatrick of Portland, Jay
county.. candidate for clerk of the su
preme court, is probably best known
in every county of the state as "the
man from Jay." Few citizens of Indi
ana have a wider personal acquaint
ance over the whole state than has
Mr. Fitzpatrick. He 13 a native of
Wells county, born in 1SS6, the son
of Dr. J. D. Fitzpatrick of Vera Cruz.
Mr. Fitzpatrick removed from Wells
to Jay county in 1SS7, settling at Dun
kirk, where he engaged for several
years both in school teaching and mer
cantile lines. As a school teacher he
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ED. V. FITZPATRICK.
was a success, even as he was as a
merchant. He was recognized as a
keen-sighted business man, his fore
sight, judgment, honesty and sociabil
ity impressing whomsoever came in
contact with him.
He has served as clerk of the cir
cuit court of his county, being elected
by the largest majority ever given be
fore or since to a candidate for that
office in Jay county, and his services
were so eminently satisfactory that
he was renominated without opposi
tion and again elected by an over
whelming majority when the county
was conceded to hang slightly Demo
craticward. Mr. Fitzpatrick was married to
Miss Ollie J. Gordon January 21, 18S6.
They have three children two sons
and a daughter. The candidate's
domestic life has been ideal, his duty
to those of his own fireside being first
with him. He is a man of vigor, ener
getic, one who makes friends readily,
then holds fast to them, and has in
him all the elements of a strong and
successful candidate, and one who
will make a competent and honorable
A chance for everyone to own a Home
The Hammond Realty Company will help yon
WE are putting on the market seventy-five choice resi
dent lots in East Lawn and McHie's Subdivision and
will sell you your choice of any of these lots (now unsold)
at the unusually moderate price of v"2oo 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 trjis opportunity. It may
never be offered again.
For information and particulars call at our office
HAiTITOND REALTY COflPANY
or our Agents
GOSTLIN, T1EYN & COMPANY
92 State Street
Chicago Gets OfT Fasy. 1
Chicago, July.3. Three deaths timt
ninety-seven persons injured was the
penalty Chlcagoahs paid for the oele-!
bration of Independence Day. Reports !
from other part.' of the country indi
cate that the day was unusually freo
of casualties referrable to the elebra
tlon. p-w-w Iowa Socialists.
Des Moines, la., July .". Socialist
of Iowa in convention Lu re lioniinated
John E. Shank, af. Sioux City, for gov
ernor; A. Ii. G;nru. tf Davenport, for
lieutenant g;)vini(r; ('! s 11. Oyler,
THE LADD AGENCY
A General Real Estate and Insurance business.
Pro of attention given all busi .ess intrusted
with us. A big snap in a twelve flat propo
sition paying 12 per cent. This must be sold
i i .
of Waterloo, for
of state, and
THE EAST CHICAGO COMPANY
0FFICE:LZ$?LIDN9 East Chicaao, Indiana
Fred Splan, of Dr.!.ui:e. for treasurer. SjgTSSB,'
Pitkin. Cols., July Georg
Campbell was shot and killed in ai
fight with Frank Vader, a ranchman,
fought on horseback. Vader' s clothing:
was pierced by a bullet, but he wasj
uninjured. Vader says Campbell stole j
a horse from him. 1
They Were Plan nine for the Fourth.
Oswego, N. Y.,' July 5. Murray
Kitts, the 13-year-old son of Nathaniel
Kitts, was accidentally shot and killed
at Fultou by Frederick Parker, a com
panion about the same age. The boys
were planning for the Fourth of July.
There was an utter absence of fire
works ?n the celebration of the Fourth
at San Francisco. "Burnt child dreads
A band of terrorists, consisting of
thirty-IHe young men, with a full
equipment of bombs and revolvers, has
teen captured by the police at Moa-cow.
SECRETARY ROOT DEPARTS
McClellan Had Other business?
London, July ,". Mayor George' B.
McClellan, of New York, did not at
tend either the reception at the United
States embassy or the banquet of the
American society on the Fourth.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE
Boys Play Suits. All Sizes; this
Q PHONE O LADY ASSISTANT Q
O First class livery In Private ambulance O
connection. Night calls Office open night
Boys Knee Pants. Worth up
to 75c This week
The Wellman-v.hicago Record-Herald
expedition has sailed from Tromsoe,
Norway, for its headqtiarters in Spitz
bergen. Lady Doyle, wife of Sir Arthur Co-
j rian Doyle, is dead at oLndon.
I Fire at Kingston, Ont.. destroyed
i Queens Medical building on the uni-
versity grounds. Loss, $7C-,000.
The senate of Hamburg has deter
. vmined to rebuild the church of St.
; Michael, destroyed by fire.
IT. I.. Doherty, the British champion,
has again won the international tennis
At the Henley regatta Trinity Hall
! won the Grasd Challenge cup.
Starts on the Cruiser Charleston for
Ills Visit to South Ameri
New York, July 5. Secretary of
State Elihu Root has sailed from New
York on the United States cruiser
Charleston on his three months' South
American tour. He was accompanied
by Mrs. Root, his son Edward and his
daughter Edith. He wili go around
Cape Horn, and returning will crosg
the Isthmus of Panama. From July 25
to Aug. G he will represent this coun
try at the third Pan-American congress
at Rio Janerio. Brazil. No secretary of
state ever had such an extended tour
Before boarding the Charleston Sec
retary Root paid a brief visit to the
Mexican training ship Zaragoza, moored
r fY TAmnl-tr.cril! a clinnt dtetnTirA '
from the Charleston.
The exact length of our year Is 365
days, 6 hours, 13 minutes and 4S.G seconds.
Covrm and Horses.
The answer to the question, Why
It is hoped now that R. S. Critchell, j a003 a horse get up fore part first and
1 promptly attended.
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5acccnor tw Kroat & Cmeaerling
UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR -q
PRACTICAL EM BALM ER. Q
211 Sib y Street, Hammond, Ind
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Big assortment Men's Outing Suits
Worth up to $15.00. This
the Chicago man wounded in the dis-
j aster to the Plymouth special in Eng- j
j land, will recover.
i Among the historic memorials de- !
i stroyed with the church of SL Michael ;
at Hamburg were the flags of the Ilan
! sentic Iegion. carried during the "War
1 of Liberation" in 1S13.
! The Fourth of July was celebrated
: at Havana more than on any previous
j occflsion since intervention.
A portion of the plant of the Adams
Machine works at Corinth. Miss., waJ
destroyed by fire. Loss, SloO.OOO.
i The time in which the boat train
a cow hind part first? is: The strength
for the second movennt of rising Is
posterior in the horse and anterior In
In all chronology the day Is recog
nized as the most obvious division of
time, next to it btng the interval be
tween one new ma and Its successor.
j When spectacles were first Invented
i and came into use in Italy women
1 were forbidden to wear them on the
ground that, being very striking crna-
I (Plymouth special, should cover the ! ments woui1 tribute to female
j 113 milos from Plymouth to London is j warrHv
44 Real Estate in all Its Branches."
tSTSpring has como. The coal trust is on the bam.
The prospects for Hammond were never eo bright.
Now is the time to buy yourself a home. We hare
bouses and lots to euit the taste and purse, of anyone
Come now before the prices begin to climb. They
are low now, but are bound to go up. We
have a few bargains left tut they will soon be
gone. Don't delay. ' : : : : : :a :
We List here a few of our Bargains
New 7 room house with bath; brick foundation, paTement and
brick sewer paid for. 50x150 ft lot, Calumet Ave., $2500
6 room fcouse, full 7 ft basement, cement floor, bath, hot and
cold water, gas for liht 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, $2,300.
9 room house, 50 ft lot, Murray street, 1400
4 room cottage, 50 ft lot, paved street, E. Sibley, Iiiod
6 room cottage, brick foundation, 37$ ft lot, LaSalle St., $1,000
42 ft lot on State and State Line streets at a bargain.
Fine two flat building 50 ft lot on Ogden street, $3600.
New 8 room house on Manilla avenue, (2400
Michigan avenue, 8 rooms, 12100
4 room cottage, brick foundation, 700
5 room cottage, Chicago avenue, flOOO, easy payments
9 room bouse, 50 ft lot, Sheffield Avenue, $2500.00
8 room house, 50 ft lot, Sheffield Avenue. $2000.00
4 room cottage, Oak street, north of Hoffman, 25 fV lot on easy
7 room cottage cn Truman near Oakley, 35 tt lot, $1400.00.
The above are but a few cf the bargains we offer, If jou wiih to
look into anything in the real estate line, not listed above, call ca
cr write us. We can suit you.
Gostllo, Meya & Co., "Real Estate ia ail its Braiciies.'
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