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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES TUESDAY. OCT. 9. 190G. rr.t THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES AN' KVKN1N-J NEWSPAPER PUBLISH ED I5Y THE LAKE COUNTY PIMNT 1N( AND PUBLISHING COMPANY... "Entered as seeond-elas matter June, 2. 1 90i, at the postofTice at Hammond, Indiana, under the Act of Congress, March 3. 1S79." Offices in Hammond buiiding, Ham mond, Jrd. Tf-k-phone, 111. ChicttKO Office. Room 1T.02 Tribune Building, Hugh W. Montgomery, r p rest- n tat i ve.- T it in of uuacrlption. Yearly $3.00 Half Yearly $1.50 Single Copies 1 cent Net Daily PAID Circulation October 1, 1906, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 190G. WITH THE EDITORS. David I lei lit. the Dmiorratic mem ber of the: state hoard f pharmacy, lias been arrested for offering to ae eept bribes. Mr. Heeht is ju.t about as representative of the Hi-moc ratio party a.s David H. Sherrii k was rep resentative of the Republican party. Th truth of the matter is that he rep resents nothing except misplaced con fidence. Fort Wayne News. Till; I. A Ml OK OI.I1 AGC This is one of the bitterest things we mothers have to bear when we g-et old. "We have learned then that we can't help our children to lead their lives one bit better. There is not one single little stone we can clear from before their feet, be our old fingers ever po willing. With yearning hearts we see them making the mistakes we could teach them to avoid if they would only listen. We. see them going through one ex perience after another stumbling here, Hgain hurting themselves against the hi me corner you hurt yourself so long ngo, repeating all the world-worn mis takes, while we elders watch anxiously and may not eve n cry out. "Take care." Our sons repeat the follies of their fathers; our daughters make over again all the mistakes of the mothers. It is very hard to sit In silence when you see them doing all the things that you did and then so painfully learned better. We watch our children lose them selves in the tangle whose miseries we know so well and see them at last, after long years of wandering, find their way back home heartsore and worn. That, to us older mothers, is the heartrendering part of it. An El derly Woman, in Harper's Bazar. Till; UIFFAI.O NOT DOOMED. Ernest Thompson Heton. the great naturalist-author, has reassured the la menting American with regard to the future of the buffalo. He says the once great monarch of the plains is in no drnger of extinction, but, on the contrary, is showing a healthy natural Increase In captivity. This Is excellent news, even for those who have all along been inclined to rejoice over what had replaced the buffalo in the west rather than to mourn over his departure. The great herds gave way rapidly before the march of commerce and civilization hut the American bison as an animal will be preserved to posterity, for he has shown himself adaptable to con ditions governing his semi-free captiv ity. In 1S95 it was. agreed by those mak Ing up the buffalo census that but fight hurdied of the animals were alive in this country, this number In eluding the herd known to be running wild In the northwest of Canada. In 1$95 the census struck tle minimum, according to Mr. Seton. In 1'JOO, ac cording to the resilt of researches of Mark Sullivan, there were 1.021 buffa lo in existence. S. I. T.angley, after an Investigation, reported l.r.94 in the various herds in R02. In 103 and again In 1905 Dr. Frank Raker com piled th census, reporting 1,753 in the year first named and 1,697 in the latter year. The increase of those in captiv ity had been normal, he claimed, but the loss in the wild herd had been re sponsible for decreasing jthe total. Naturalists fear that there Is no hope of saving those in a wild state, but are confident that the normal in crease of those in captivity can be maintained if desired. Mr. Seton es timates the number of buffalo originally roaming the plains of the country in the days when the Indiana had no weapon other than the bow and ar row to bring them down at about 60. 000. 000. With the arrival of the plainsman with rifles for himself and the wild man. the later advent of the railroad with its JriVreasing leads of hunters, and the finding of a market foe hides the extermination of the great herds became an assured fact. It Mas more rapid and ruthless than had be. n counted upon, however, and it was not long before tile pioneers began to concern themselves over the possible extinction of the magnificent plains a ninials. The knowledge that the American bison will not vanish entirely from the theater on which he was once so prominent an actor will be comfort ing alike to the sentimentalist and the naiurrilist. 1 u!uth News -Tribune. FILLS OF WISDOM Pin money for the- woman nip mon ey for the man. Tiie artist has his coterie, the cler gyman his vesture and the cook his jantciie. We talk oi idle curiosity. There is no such thing; curiosity is never idle. The up-to-date girl doesn't faint when accosted by a footpad; she feint3 and hands him one. The man with a haid head is the b'.-iter for a sweetheart. Try to take things as they come, but at any rate grab things before they go. Most every growing boy would like to be a pirate, but only trust mag nates, ice- dealers and a few others are lucky enough to realize their youthful dreams. lioston Transcript. IIAM) HIVI'S. If a pedal should iueak, remove the bottom panel of the piano and apply a little black lead, powdered from a pencil, at the part where the friction exists. Cleaning the case may be success fully accomplished by wetting a piece of canton "flannel and dropping upon it a few drops of ordinary olive oil. Hub a small portion of the piano at , time, wiping it off thoroughly with , dry piece of canton Manuel. Afterward rub with i soft, clean harnios skin or flannel, alwa;. s taking care to rub with the grain or the wood and occasionally it in order to remove to breathe upon -very particle of ily substance. GOMPKHS AT LAFAYETTE. Labor Leader to Speuk on Political Condi iiouM October 22. Lafayette, Ind. Oct. 8. Central La bor Union, whose membership now numbers nearly 2,000, is planning a big demonstration In this city on the even ing of Oct. 2-. when Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, will visit the city and make an address on political conditions, lie- fore the speaking and reception there will be a street parade, with Illumina tions, in which every labor union in the city will have a large representation. The Compers meeting comes on the night the Republican county central committee had set aside for United States Senator J. A. Hemenway's ad dress here, and the Republicans have given way to the laboring men. Sena tor Hemenway will not come, but in stead Congressman Charles B. Landis will deliver the big address of the cam paign here on Oct. 27. A street pa rade will precede the speaking. Between Trains Figured up the standing yet of your last winter's clothes in the moth ball league? True I'olitene ms. The Wolf (to. the stork) After you. Alphonse. Life. When a farmer bites on a green goods game or buys a gold brick, he can always get even by taking a load of potatoes to town and putting the good ones on top. Milwaukee Senti nel. AVOI.YES XEAR LA 1'OItTE. As it is getting late in the season for fish stories this one has been started on the rounds: "A large pack of wolves was dis covered in the east part of La Porte county Saturday by men who were in search of the ginseng root. A dismal swamp surrounds the woods In which th wolves were discovered and it was with great difficulty that the men es caped, as they had no weapons to de fend themselves. A party of hunters is being organized to search for the animals." Yalpo Messenger. FIGHT MAIL ORDER HOUSES. Eleven North Judson business men have made an agreement to sell for cash only. They claim by doing so they can compete with the mail order houses. That will also cut off those who send cash to the mail order houses and then ask for credit from home merchants, chants are Those North Judson mer wise. CAT AMUSES THE KABV, Elkhart, household Ind., Oct. S. A cat of William Johnson in the shows unusual attention to the babe of th family, and the faithfully plays at the child's ,rfeet every mouse she catcnes The other day she captured a rat, which she did not kill before she brought it to the child and allowed the rodent to scamper away several times, recap turing it each time as though to im press the babe with her skill. Mem bers room glee, what of the family in an adjoining heard the sounds of the babv's and investigated, discovering was going on. Vaw Paw Appear Hear Fruit. The agitation and appeal that the Paw Paw editor of The Lake County 1 imks has started has borne fruit and as a result we are in receipt of a bush el more or less of paw paws tha have been sent us by co-workers in the propagation of paw paws in Lake county. In connection with the letter ot presentation thai one generous giver sent he has also attached directions for the eating and preparation of paw paws, which It may be well to repeat for benefit of those who expect to en joy them as soon as the product from the Gary Land company reaches the market. This column will also be open io omer conirioutors vno may in the meantime devise new ways of how to put one's self around a paw paw. The directions thus far submit ted are as follows: First, drive the paw paws into one corner of the lower pasture lot and corral them with a few words of prayer and thanksgiving. Seize or.e by its lower extremity and jab a three tined fork into the lower left hand corner, about midway between the dia phram and the center of gravity. Am putate the north end of the paw paw. pucker your lips and apply them to the raw cut surface. Do what under th? circumstances seems the most nat ural thing to do. At the same time apply a gentle pressure to the sides of the fruit with both hands, close both eyes and devote yourself to the joyful ecstacies of the moment. If any one interrupts you hit him with a hickory club or a brick, Do not swallow the seeds as they are needed for the propagation of paw paws, besides your mother may not like it. Another way to remove the outer covering of the fruit with a sharp garden hoe and serve undressed, (we ir.ian the paw paw) cut into cross sections with a buck saw and smother in sugar. When eaten in this manner you will forget everything that is worldly. It will be immaterial to you whether the Cubs or the White Sox win the world's champions'., i p. If you have any difficulty following these directions put your trust in Cod, mash the paw paws in a milk crock and eat with a spoon. A N O I C E M E N T. The St ran be Pin no factory vrUhe to announce that It ha no retail branches or More In Hammond or elsewhere. The company siclli direct from the fac tory only, Mt factory prices. Do not lie mitled or confused by piano with KliuIIar names, hut when In the market for an Instrument, buy direct from the factory, thereby invlcg mid dlemen' profits and a cut commission. Term to mill. Take South Hohmnu ttreet car, come and ace how GOOD pianoN are made. 10-9-lwk HORSES STAMPEDE AT SEA. Million-Dollar Herd Raises a Ruction Coming from Europe. If any vessel ever arrived at llobo ken with a more remarkable series of adventures than those accredited to the St. Andrew, after that sober plodder of the Phoenix line had reached her Hoboken pier, residents of Hoboken want to know. And such of the ma rine reporters as come from Missouri want to be shown. The St. Andrew brought to port an important shipment of horses con signed to western stock farms. There is no doubt as to that. The horses were there, many of them, and many, too, heard of the value of the ship ment $1,000,000 in all, was it? Amid the thunder of waves thi3 herd was stampeded, and a reckless, daring owboy crew roped and flung the ter ifled Percherons and brought them back to their stalls. This, runs the account, came about on the night of August 3. It was a terrifying strug gle, and when the casualties were counted it was found that one deck hand had a sprained wrist. It was just before this fearsome ex perience that there was enacted on shipboard the most amazing feat that has ever taken place since the days of Munchausen. This is a verbatim account: "One of the officers of the St. An drew, on a wager, climbed to the hind truck of the mainmast on July 30 and lowered the iron ball 150 feet to Uie deck, and then hoisted it again, ?et it in place and climbed dowa to the deck." It would puzzle sailormen to tell what a "hind truck of a main mast" is, but there must be something of the kind. And there must also be sea ser pents, for it was related on a type writer that on August 3 Capt. Spici and Third Officer Cummings were on the bridge of the St. Andrew when they sighted one and saw about 16 or 18 feet of its head. Neither the captain nor his third officer was on board when an inves tigator called, but anothei officer vol unteered the information that spar buoys, when they go adrift, do some times look queer. Guests Have Only One Chance. The Swiss hotels serve table d'hote with military preci&ion. "When .a course once passes it jg gone for ever. "ARTESIA GAIiDgH LANDS." About 100 miles south of San An tonia, Texas, lies a tract of 14,000 acics called the "Artesia Garden Lands," so named because the deep, rich soil and the mild climate make the land es pecially adapted to the growing of all kinds of garden truck, fruits and vege tables. You can find no finer fruit or truck lands anywhere. Truckers have been realizing from $200 to $800 an acre from their lane's in this sec tion. Th.n-e is no better alfalfa land in this country, that crop producing fron seven to nine cuttings each year, and each cutting yielding from 1 to 1 tons per acre, which sells readily for from $10 to $12 per ton. Rocky Ford cantaloupes grow to perfection on this land, as do all other kinds of tiuck, fruit and vegetables. Corn and cotton do equally as well. From this lard you get three crops each year, any one of which would pay for a number of acres of the land. The soil, is deep and rich: the climate is fine and healthy; the location is near town, schools and churches; the price is ex tremely low. Can sell 40-acre tracts and up at $12.50 per acre; one-half cash, balance on easy terms. You can raise a crop in less than ninety days and pay off the balance without in terest '3o down and investigate for yo'irseif. Cheap rates. Noxt excur sion October 16th; only $25 for the rc'nd trip from Chicago. Why rent Sana? V hy work for another and get just enough to live on? Buy 40 acres or more of this garden spot, and in a few yean you will be independent. DO IT NOW. Send for descriptive cir culars of this section. The Showalter Land Agency HAM 111 II .YliO, IM). A N N O I' X CKMEST The Straube Piano factory wishes to nnuouDec that it has no retail branches or KtorcH in Hammond or HafTthere. The company cells direct from the fac tory only, at factory prices. Do not be itiUted r contused by pianos wtih similar names, but when in the market for an Instrument, buy direct from the factory, thereby savins mid dlemen's profits and agents commission. Terras to suit. Take South Hohman street ear, come I pianos are made. and ire ho vr 10- GOOD S-lwk Mil Ml IE HID TRADE SI (Special Stock Service to the County Times). NEW YORK LETTER. Lake New York. Oct. 9. Stocks opened higher this morning with American Smelters the particular brilliant issue. It scored an advance of almost three points. The buying was credited to the Guggenheim interests and their following. National Lead also had a sympathetic raise jf about two points. These two stocks are very closely al layed and when there is any activity in one t,he other sympathizes in a meas ure. In the railroad list St. Paul and Union Pacific seemed to have a weak undertone. There seems to be some disagreement among the directors of St. Paul as to the new issue of stock and some of them question its consti tutionally. The higher priced rail road shares seemed to have a weaker tone today, barring New York Central and Pennsylvania which scored ad vances of one point for the former and about two for the latter. The market closed irregular with los ses in the railroad list and gains in the industrial group. NEW YORK STOCK FilARKET Description. Open Atchison ..103 A tch, pfd...ylL. Am. Sugar. 1X0:V Am. Car. . . . 4 5 2 Amal. Cop..llG's Am. Smelt . . 1 iS Am. Ice Sees H07 Am. Locom. 7ti;H, Am. To. pfd !)!MS Am. Wool. . 3i B. & 0 122 7 BIscu it .... 68 7 Brook. It. T. 7S1,- flUC Close 103 DM is 1 3 6 46 115 160 90 76 99 36 123 68 78 1 8 62 56 4 0 20 36 180 38 70 47 I I 70 175 28 60 147 36 71 98 79 140 96 48 37 89 143 54 152 38 98 29 68 50 54 9 4 36 175 25 49 38 32 187 4S 107 7 4 0 i,i 20 45 27 57 c. & li. w.. i Ches. & O. . . 62 ' C. & A. com 3; C. K. & I.. . Col. South. Corn 1'dts. 57 40 Cotton Oil.. Canad Pac. 11 Cent. Leath 3 7 i 70s 4SVi 77s 174 .28 Distillers .. Krie coram . . Krie 1st Krie, 2d 111. Out... K. C. S. cm K. C. S. pfd. t(Di L. & X 14 M. K. T. cm 364 M. K. T.. pfd 71 Mo. Pac. 38 Nat. Lead. N. Y. C. . . N. & W. . . Ont. & W. Pac. Mail. . 79 139?8 . y 6 1 48 l Peopl. Gas. . Sit- Penna. . . . 1417a Pressed Stl. 54 Reading . . .152 K. I. & Steel 38 '4 it. 1. & S. pd K. isl. com. 11. I., pfd... Rubber .... Ry. Springs 30 '4 68 , 4 SO 54 south. Pac, So. Rv com. St. Paul 9". 3 6 la 176 St. L. K..-V. ?r.u St. L.SU2dpf 49 Texas Pac. 39 Tol R. & L. 32 Union I'ac. . 187 74 U. S. Steel.. 4 8'fi U. S. S. pfd. 107 3 Va. Chemic. 40 Wabash ... 20 Wabash, pfd 44 Wis Cent 27 W. C. pfd. . . 57 Western U. . S6' Money closed 3' Total sales 810,' 86 86 cent. 86 per 00. "JRAIH AND PROVISION MARKET Description. Open High Low Close heat. High Low 103 "s 103 3-8 101 i 10 1 1 3 7 Jrt 12ii S 4 o xrz io V-' us u s lfil'j. 158 91 90 Jg 7 9 76 U 991, 99 36 36 123 1-2 67 78 6S 7S 78 7 8 4 19 18 63 6212 35 31 58 56 4 0 4 0 2U1-. 20 37 " 36 V. 180 179 Is 38 3 72 70 70 4SVj 47 7 7 7 7 70 70 175 174 2S 28 60 60 147 147 36 36 7 1 7 1 98 98 80 78 140 139 96 9 6V 48 4 8 37 37 S9 say, 143 141 55 ' 5 4 153 151 3 8 38 98 98 30 29 68 68- 50 50 54 54 95 94 36 36 176 174 25 25 4 9 4 9 39 38 32 32 188 187 48 48 108 107 41 40 20 19 46 44 '27 27 57 57 Dec. ..74 74 74 74 a May. 78 79 78 73a Corn. Dec. ..42 42 42 42 Mav ..43 43 43 43b July ..43 43 43 43a On I. Dee. ..34 31 34 34 b Mav ..35 35 35 35 Jul'v ..34ax 34 34 34 Pork. Jan. ..1357 1372-75 1355 1372-75 I.ard. Oct. ..890 900' 890 900b Jan. ..800 807-10 800 $07-10 Itllw. Oct. ..S37b-47a R55 812 855 Jan. .730 ,742 730 742a CHICAGO LETTER. Chicoga, Oct. 9. WHEAT A dull, narrow market with fluctuations of only three-eights of a cent all during the session. The bulls, however, had the better of the argument. The news was more in their favor. Foreign mar kets were quoted one-half penny high er, this induced considerable buying of the investment kind. Receipts in the Northwest were large but the quality poor. The market closed with an ad vance of about one-eighth for the day. CORN Not enough of a market to express an opinion. Trade entriely professional and ihis class of traders are willing to take small profits. The market closed steady. OATS Strong and higher. The buy ing today was again of the same class as heretofore and leads the best trad ers to believe that oats are cheap at the present price in view of the shortage in the crop. The market closed with a strong undertone. HEARD OX TIIE BOURSE. New York, Oct. 9. The buying of New York Central is very good and if one wants to wait can make at least ten dollars per share between now and .January 1. The expenditures have all been made for the New York terminal and this will give them fourteen double decked tracks into the center of New York City and with no tunnels to go through. The Pennsylvania railroad, on the contrary, is spending $125,000,000 and has a two-mile tunnel under the river and only eight tracks to get into the same part of New York City that the former is now in. The outside invest ments and stocks of other railroads owned by the New York Central If liquidated at market prices would pay the stockholders of the Central, divi dends of $210 a share. No other rail road in the world is in such an in vincible position. The St. Paul meeting was only ad journed for thirty days to get some legal opinions on the increase of $150, 000.000 capital stock; some of the di rectors were not clear that it could be done without going to the Wisconsin legislature for an enabling act. Corn Products company will pay the full dividend on the preferred stock in December. They are making more money than ever. It is claimed that 20 per cent on the preferred, but it will be conservatively managed and when dividends start they will be paid right along for all time; the Standard Oil company who owns it, makes no mistakes. Union Pacific is In-ing bulled on the annual report which will show over 21 per cent earned on the stock and per cent earned on the stock from out side investments. This is the very best stock on the list to keep long of. Copper went to a new high record yesterday of 22 cents; this caused a withdrawal of prices on finished brass goods on account of this rise in cop per; this indicates that consumers are looking for still higher prices on the metal. There was very good buying yesterday of copper and it is hinted that Mr. Rogers was the buyer and that as soon as lie gets his line of copper the increase in dividends to S per cent or S per cent and an extra will be announced and copper will sell above 12o. Some of the best posted insiders are to lost this cheap stock advising their friends not opportunity to get some before the dividend announcement is made. The stock has apparently been held down to help this accumulation. Money is distinctly easier. Kuhn, Loeb & Company imported another $1,500,000 yesterday. Plenty of money was loaned on call at 4 to 4 per cent; time loans dropped to 6 per cent for sixty days on mixed collateral and to 5 for four and five months. Illinois Central came in with showing a big mighty nne annual report earnings. It is almost a sure thing that Tenn 7 per cent svlvania will be put on a basis at its next meeting. Toledo is sold to the Krie. The Wis consin Central is sold to the Canadian Pacific, Colorado Southern is sold to the Rock Island and Kansas City Southern is about to be. or at least that is the gossip, in other words it looks like a big bull upturn in the market. It looks as if the Gould stocks will now come in for considerable upturn; Missouri Pacific is the cheapest 5 per cent stock on the list and is earning the money; it is really the holding com pany for all of the Could property. Wabash is in good shape to go up; so is Texas Pacific and Missouri, Kansas & Texas. The Gould stocks have not been favorites for a long time; it looks as if it were now time to take a small flyer in them. Seems to me your friends to May they will short hay crop; if you can get some of buy December oats and make money; a very Government gives oats 125.000,000 short of last year. Two big houses on the Roard of Trade f?hort up to their (necks, they were short Sep tember oats and lost money trying to cover. France and Russia short on the crop about 240,000,000 bushels. The threshing returns are disappointing; the arrivals small; there is a big ex port demand for them. The retail price in Chicago is away up. The Govern ment report due tomorrow will be very bullish on oats. J. L. D. SUXSIlIXIl PROCESS. In the leaf or bark of mighty trees, in the flower or root of tiny shrubs, there are medical gifts from the Cre ator to suffering mankind. Man has knowledge and immense laboratories, but his efforts are nothing compared with the work done by God's great laboratory of Nature The sunshine process is employed there and, acting as it does on all vege tation, produces food and medicine for all creatures. No power of man can ac complish this miracle. It is a law of God. Man docs not make food. He may assist Nature by properly tilling the soil, distributing the seed and then preparing the food for the use of his fellow being. The Quaker Herb Co. does not claim to make medicine. Nature's' sunshine process does that; but they have care fully selected, prepared and compound ed the best of Nature's curative gifts for the use of sick people. It is called Quaker Herb Extract, a specific that acts directly on the stom ach, liver and kidneys, and is used as a cure for pains in the back and sides, indigestion, dyspepsia, rheumatism, ca tarrh, nervousness, etc. Quaker Herb Extract is for sale by your local druggist, or is sent on . re ceipt of price, $1.00 Quaker Herb Co., Cincinnati. O. Free booklet and circular sent to any address upon request. There is more catarrh in this action of the country than a'l other diseases put together and nnti the lst few ears was supposed to in cnrftMe. For a great man years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failinsr to cure with local trf at ment. prrino 'l'ced it incurable. Sri ence has rroven catarrh to fre a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall' Catarrh Cure, manufactured Yy F. T. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is the only constitutional enre on the marlet. It is taken interaa'ly in doses from ten drops to a teapoon fu!. It acts directly on the Hwl and mnco s surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cvre. Send for circulars and testimonials. Addres: F. J. CHENEY & Co.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Drueirists. :8c. Tak3 Hall's Family Pills tor comstipation. A X X O I X C E M E X T. The Straube Piano factory wlhea to announce that it tin no retail Branches or HtoreM in Hammond or flaevrhere. The company sella direct from the fac tory only, at factory prices. Do not be misled or eonfused by pianos with Similar name, hut when In the market for an Instrument, buy direct from the factory, thereby saving mid dlemen's profits and agents commission. Terms to suit. Take South Hohman street car, come and see how GOOD pianos are made. .10-9-lwk Palace of Sweets CANDIES AND ICE CREAM i Hue.' Waul AiM Brlns RraulU. usmess - r ijf r"- J r LHrvc. See WM. KLEIHEGE FOR PLUMBING. 152 South Hohman Street. Telephone, 61. Lash Hotel & Sample Room Rates 52 Per Day. FEED LASH, Prop. 271, 273 E. State Street. Phone 34; L. D. 9 0. Hammond. Ind. LUNDT & CARLE Y ROOFING CO. Phones : 140 & 13S1. 210 STATE ST. HAMMOND REALTY CO. Owners or choice lota la Mcllie's Sub-division. Hammond, Bldg. Hammond, Ind. ASK POn CHAS. MAItTIX'S NEW ENGLAND BREAD Wholesome and nutricious. Try our Bohemian Rye and Home-made bread. AT ALL GROCERS. GEO. A. DOBBINS Fresh and Salted Meats Butter and Eggs. Game and Fish. Produce. 227 SO. UOIIMAX STREET. Phone 107 Hammond, Ind. Best Work Reasonable Prices BARELLI, E. MERCIIAXT TAILOR 115 So. Hohman Street, Hammond, Ind. C. E. Green, Carriage and Wagon Painter 236 Pluiumer Aven., Hammond, Ind. Accuracy, Promptness and Reasonable Rates Guaranteed. MRS. L. A. MINARD, nauc STEXOGRAPIIEU Office, 151 So. Iluhmao St., Room 0, Telephone 1S02. Hammond, Ind. Phone 21S3. DR. W. H. DAVIS DENTIST Room 1-3, Mnjentle Rids:. Special Notice Do not confuse this office with the Harvard Dentists, for I am in no way connected with them, never have been. Are you in Need of Money? We loan to persons temporarily embarassed on Furnitute, Horses, Wagons, Pianos, etc., at lowest rates possible. Strictly Confidential. No inquiries of your friends or relatives. Easy Payments. If you can not call, write or phone South Chicago 104, and we will send our agent to see you. CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO. i 9138-40 Commercial Avenue South Chicago. Rsom 2S3 Qpea evenings till 9 p, m. For Ice Cream and Cold Drinks N. MORELLI Sl CO. is THE HEADQUARTERS Ice cream for partya and picnica at moderate prices. Brickg a specialty Phone 2031. 258 So. Hohman onsy to Loan j i In any amount on short notice, oa ' real estate or personal property, by Stineon Bros. Attorneys at Law, Stenographer and notary in office. All inqniiiee 6trictly confidential. Suite 105, First National Bank Building, Hammond Ind. Subacrihe for The Lake County liuica. directory m i im i Si r vswui I T SI snafl W. F. MASHINO FIRE INSURANCE. Offlce in First National Hank Bldf. CALUMET HOTEL Otto Matthias. Prop. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Corner Calumet Avenue and Hoffman Street. Phone 2043. Hammond, Ind. If you vtant every English speak ing person iu I.uke County to read jour advertisement put it in THE I.AKIJ CO l' XT Y TIMES. DR. WILLIAM D. WEIS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Duetscher Arzt. Offlce and residence 145 Hohman Et Phone 20 (private wire) day and night service. Correct Style Perfect Fit Richard Hahlweg JHEHCIIYNT T V 1 1. OK Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing All Orders Promptly Filled Moderate Price 251 S. Hohmnn St., Hammond, Ind. Phone 41)1 J. W. GARVEY Plumbing, Gas Fitting and Sewerage Steam find Hot Water Hentins Jobbing Promptly Attended To cos 119TH STREET, WHITIXG, IXD. it LIZ A Boys-Arc you Ready for School? How About Clothes? Bring Your Parents to Oar Store For the Best Clothes, School Shoes, School Blouses, School Caps, Etc. at the Lowest Prices. HAMMONd INDIANA. COAL! GOAL! GOAL! Notice to the Public! We, the firm liionn n Itivernlde Cool Co., located at corner of Michigan and So hi afreet, lh to announce, that wre are now ready to do bunlnmi. We will handle nothine but good srndea of coal. Quick tale, mall profits and 2,000 pound to (he ton ahnll ever he oum motto. RIVERSIDE COAL CO. , Residence Phone 1433 Office Phone 3332 Fine Resilience and Brick Flat Building a specialty. Estimates on (ahort notice. Plans free. Opening ot School 4 mfff if ' W4 - n s . t r i' 7 X J. H. Kolling 1 1 ! i i. i 1 r (i i II. i'- . .