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MONDAY, OCT. 22. 190G.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE THREE. South Chicago. Jarnes Ryan was a Chicago visitor yesterday. Tom Philips has returned from Gary, Ir.d., where he spent the week. Frank Schmidt was in Hammond to day. Miss Jane Eyre was a Chicago visitor today. AV" ill Uurlson was in Gary on business yesterday. Lawrence Haywood and Miss Olga Vine were quietly married last even ing at St. Patrick's church by Father Kam. They left for Niagara Falls, where they will spend their honey moon. Miss Margaret Dolan of Coles ave nue was seriously Injured, when a horse attached to a buggy owned by Jarnes Richardson, was frightened by a train at 85th street, and ran into her, knocking- her down and the buggy passing over her. She sustained a con cussion of the skull and also several scalp wounds. Great anxiety is felt by her friends and relatives as to her re covery, as she was well-liked by all who knew her. At present she Is at her home, but If her injuries grow more serious than anticipated she will be taken to a Chicago hospital. Bessie Houston entertained . twelve couples at a card party given last evening at her home, 8944 Buffalo ave nue. The evening was spent In pro gressive pedro. James MacDonald won first prize for the men, which was a beautiful silver plated smoking set. Miss Jane Austin won the first prize for. ladies, which was a picture set in a gold frame. The booby prizes, a clay pipe an da doll, went to John Flynn and Miss Ruth Sehreu-n, respectively. After a delightful supper the party in dulged In dancing which lasted into the wee hours of morning, when they went home voting Miss Houston a right royal entertainer. West Pullman. Dr. McHaren of Windsor Park was visiting among friends here Thursday. A china shower will be given in hon or of Miss Jeanet Motherwell by Mrs. Fred Menely Tuesday afternoon. A few girl friends were entertained by Miss Marguerite Rust at her home on Eggleston avenue, Thursday. A very pleasant surprise was given Alderman Blhl and family at thoir new home in Wallace street, Friday even ing. Mrs. Charles Bachtold acted as mistress of ceremonies, conducting things in such a way as to make every body feel perfectly at home. The so ciability was enlivened by cards and music, after which a fine supper was served. Everybody thoroughly enjoy ed themselves. Roseland and Kensington. Miss Mooth and Miss Mamie Welsh spent Tuesday on the West Side. Mr. Kurgler and family of Indiana avenue have moved into their new flat on Prairie avenue. Mrs. M. J. Sullivan of 117 115th street is ornamenting his home with new stone steps. Miss Lillian Murphy of 2603 USth street is spending a week with her brother and wife, of Indiana Harbor. Misses Lenny and Eva Crepean of 117th Place have joined the St. John Baptist society of the West Side. Mrs. Connor of 11566 Terry avenue, who had the misfortune to break her arm, is improving. Mrs. De Young of 11215 Curtis ave nue had the misfortune to fall down and break her arm at her daughter's home in West Pullman. Miss Clnmp of 120 111th street en tertained Miss Mary Strumphrey of La Junta, Colo., and Dr. Lillian Galliveo Of Newark, N. J., recently. Mrs. Kopp has moved from her bak ery on. the corner of 115th and Prince ton avenue, to her new home on USth st rect. Dyer News. Peter Klein went to Hammond today on business. Mat Klein and son of Hammond were the guests of Peter Klein and family yesterday. The Misses Lillian, Mary and Annio Klein of Han. "Mid were Dyer visitors yesterday. Mrs, C. L. Fritts ..f Chicago Heights was a Dyer visitor yesterday. Henry Amore and family of Ham mond were the guests of Mat Ambre yesterday. After a few days' visit with friends and relatives here Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cope of Hammond returned to their home yesterday evening. Mi. and Mrs. Telesphore Chenard left for Chicago last night, vvhete they will visit with friends an drelatives for a f c w di s. Our teachers, the Misses Davis and Keilman and Mr. Kammer left for Hammond this morning, where they visited the central school today. STONY ISLAND. Clyde Swart'i-ll was out of town yes terday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Devine are moving into Prouty's brick, where they will conduct i hotel and resaurant. Fred Seymour, fireman on the Nickel plate, has gone to hi3 home in South Whitley for a few days. Engineer Brown is visiting-, relatives in Mexico and is expected home soon. Miss Margaret Quinri is recovering from an attack of grip. t James Mitchell has accepted a job switching for the Nickel Plate. Slim Schoot starts at his new posi tion today as assistant yardrnaster for the Nickel Plate. Henry Crisman has improved his cot tage on Washington avenue by build ing a new porch. John McAllister and bride visited friend3 and relatives on the Island Thursday afternoon and evening. Two young men were arrested today for stealing tools from the Nickel Plate shops. M. J. O'Connell has just returned from a shooting trip through the north ern part of Wisconsin. Miss Tessie O'Connor is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. M. J. O'Con nell, on Stony Island avenue. James Snyder and James Shannon, who were arrested for carrying con cealed weapons, were fined $200 each by Justice Callahan of Hyde Park. J. W. Swatzell has a new sign in front of his store, showing that Mr. Swatzell has the agency for the Ever ett Coal company of Grand Crossing. The Suburban Girls gave a harvest ball, or barn dance, at the Calumet hall at Sixty-third street and Stony Island avenue. Everybody had a good time. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. James Fahey of the Island, and Jimmie had his head polished so it looked like brand new. Burnside and Daulphin Park. Mr. McGann is on the sick list. Mrs. C. Klinger of Chicago Is the guest of Mrs. McKlnley of 1S66 Ninety second place. Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien of Ninetieth street returned this week from an ex tended visit in Denver, Col. Mrs. G. Barnes will entertain the Philomatic society next Wednesday af ternoon. Mrs. Louis Steinert of Eighty-eighth place is entertaining friends from Manteno, 111. Mrs. F. Hardy is entertaining her sister" Mrs. MeDanlels of Los Angeles, Cal. Mrs. E. II.. Stephens entertained friends from Edgewater last Friday af ternoon. . " Mrs. Emerson has moved into one of Mr. Wright's ' flats on Efghty-ninth place. Crown Point Willis Wood spent Sunday with his parents here. Howard Hack came out from the city Sunday in a touring car and spent Sunday with his parents. The Cabler medicine show troupe left today for Lowell where they will play this week. The public library board has not as yet selected an architect to draw the plans for the Carnegie library build ing. Quite a number of the local politi cians expect to go to Hammond to night to hear Senator Beveridge. Valparaiso News. John Willoughby sold his property to Chris Barnholt on East street. Mrs. D. E. Kelley is visiting in Du buque, la., with relatives. Homer Dye of Boone Grove was in town Saturday. John Bastien of Indiana Harbor was in town over Sunday. William Wilson of Indiana Harbor visited over Sunday with his parents. Mr. Shedd visited his brother over Sunday. Harold Dye visited his parents over Sunday from Chicago. Clyton Sheets has gone to Michigan City where he has secured a position. Ralph Bronson visited with his par ents over Sunday. James Carnsihan of Chicago visited over Sunday with Walter .Smith. Lee Roy visited his parents over Sun day. Tom Harrold was home over Sun day. Mr. Fredericks, who is working at Hobart. was home over Sunday. E. Swinhart of Michigan City visited over Sunday with friends. Mr. and Mrs Caske of Hobart visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Haase over Sunday. Ralph Hamburger visited over Sun day with his sister, Mrs. Maurice Low enstein. A. II. Reading was at Hobart Sun day. The Sis Hopkins company played to a packed house here Saturday night. Rose Melville, who plays Sis Hopkins, kept the house well amused at her ex- pressions as a country girl. Obidiah Odium, who played the part of taking orders for the undertaker, also kept the house in laughter. The Sis Hopkins company will play at Kenosha, Wis., tonight. William Owen presents Romeo and Juliet here Thursday night. Paul B. Simions started to work for the Valparaiso Light & Fuel company today. Fred Carpenter returned Saturday night. He has been visiting in North Dakota. Chris Booth was at Knox over Sun day. Mrs. Charles Prohl left Saturday morning for Indianapolis to visit for several weeks with her daughter. Arthur Griswold and wife from Kan kakee visited over Sunday with James Griswold and family. Miss Ella Lemster left Saturday morning for Los Angeles, Cal., to spend the winter. A. Hokestrom was taken to Logans port Saturday morning by Deputy.Sher lff Wood. Austin Biggs, who has been visiting his brother for about a week, died Thursday night at Jonothan Bigg's place, north of town. The deceased was C3 years of age and leaves a wife and three sons and two daughters. He served through the civil war. He will be buried today at 2 o'clock from his brother's home. St. John News. Mrs. Jacob Scherr visited relatives at Lowell yesterday. John Schillo of Hanover Center spent Sunday at St. John. The St. John teachers visited Central school at Hammond toaay. Messrs. William Liesenfelt and Leo Erb spent Sunday at Hammond. Miss Elizabeth Thielen of Crown Point is visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Thielen. George Doctor and his sister, Mary, of Chicago, visited their parents at St. John yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Scher of Whit ing were the guests of Postmaster An drew Kammer yesterday. Messrs. Peter and Edward Klein of Chicago spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. Mary Klein. Sheriff Dougherty was Jn St. John this morning to take away a prisoner who is held for a stabbing affair in Gibson yesterday. Mr! and Mrs. Peter Pfeifer and Mrs. Otto Mallitz of Whiting were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Pfeifer Sunday. Edward Hilbrich of Chicago Heights spent Sunday at St. John. He still walks with a cane, from the effects of an accident which befell him some weeks ago. Hobart News Alvin Wild and wife spent Sunday Chicago. in Frank Butts and wife of Chicago vis ited Mr. Butts' parents over Sunday. Ed Anderson and Joe Dieboldt were in Chicago yesterday. A large crowd attended the dance in Stratum's hall Saturday night. Agent F. H. Davis and Chicago visitors Friday. wife were Misses Etta and Julia Vanderpoel of Chicago spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Rudy Van Loon. Mrs. Joseph Vague went to Chicago Friday for a few days' visit with friends. Otto .Borman of Tolleston was in town Saturday doing a little election eering. , B. W. Stratton will give a free dance after the show in his opera house to night to all who attend the play. Rev. Father .Tansen went to Dyer to day, where he will preach a sermon to night, there being forty hours devotion held there. Thrc special inspection trains car rying Pennsylvania railroad officials passed through Hobart Friday morning at about 7 o'clock. Hart Rowe, who is working for the National Fireproofing company, at Ot tawa. Ill-i spent Sunday here with his parents. Charles Jahnke. Oliver Bullock and Floyd Seholler, who are attending Pur due university at Lafayette, were home over Sunday. Marshal Rcs run in a couple of drunks from Miller's Station Saturday -licht. but released them after a few iH .;it and sent them home. Lowell News. 'jrorse Ennis visited his wife and family in Chicago Heights Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arnott enter tained Chicago friends Sunday. Mrs. Charley Collins visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Palmer, Hammond, Sunday. t Mrs. Jasper PMpfr visited brother, George Henry, at Rose Lawn Sunday. Mrs. John D. Palmer of Chicago vis ited here from Saturday till Monday with her husband's parents, ' Mr. . and Mrs. A. D. Palmer, and brothers and sisters. Lorraine Dinwlddie, who had the misfortune a few weeks ago while working in Chicago at the carpenter trade to fall and hurt his hip. is here taking medical treatment of Dr. A. J. Willets. "Will Shurte and Miss Ida Uhter were united in marriage at Crown Point last Saturday. The newly married couple are well known and their friends in this vicinity joint in con gratulations for future happiness and prosperity of marriage bliss. The football game last Sunday at Oakland park, Lowell, between Lowell and the Garfield team of Englewood. was the swiftest game played since the reorganization of our team three years ago. The first half was remarkable in the determination of both teams in their efforts to reach the- goal, the Englewood boys making their first touchdown just as time was called. In the second half the visiting team made another touchdown and kicked goal, making the score 11 to 0 in favor of the Garfields. Our boys played their usual good game and this is their first defeat, if our memory serves us right, in the three seasons they have played, and they have met some of the best teams in the country. They take their defeat gracefully and without a murmur. Following is the lineup: Lowell " Position Englewood B. Viant.. le St. John A. Childers .It J. Henry Yates Beck ,.lg Puts E. Johnson .:c H. Dunean Kelsey. Fattee rg W. Pierson C. Hill rt T. Meyers W. Ainsworth re R. White A. Alyea qb C. Patterson H. Viant lh D. Henry L. Rose ,..fb...F. Cavanaugh E. Brownell rh G. Fagan Tollesion Edward Jewell of South Gary has purchased the George Hacker place, situated in South Gary; consideration not known. Harry Burge and family of Hammond were in town yesterday and paid a visit to Gary. Richard Smith moves to Hammond this week, where he has taken a job with the M. C. railroad. "William. Schoenin'g of the firm of Schoening & Radloff, of South Chicago.- general contractors, was in town yes- terday and established the. grade fo a large building lor the Schlltz Crew ing company on Chicago road. O. C. Borman hail'rented his store to Mr. Seagers of South Chicago, who. as we are told, is to put in a stock of hardware, dry goods, boots and shoes. Mr. Seagers is the father-in-law of O. F. C. Seehasse of Indiana Harbor. Thomas Knotts tells us of witnessing a free for all fight at Broadway and the Wabash railroad, there being some thirty men in the battle. One man had his shirt torn from his back, another had his hat torn to pieces, while others were throwing empty beer bottles at each other. Judging from the way it was told to us it must have been very lively. No one knows just what was the occasion, but we can imagine that it was too much hop soda on the brain. Rev. Stewart, who is conducting the religious services in Gary, as we are told, was set upon by two tough char acters while on his way from TolSs ton to Gary. Instead of turning the other cheek to them, he turned pugil ist and succeeded in doing up his ad versaries without getting any marks himself. One needs to be a good pug ilist to travel from Tolleston to Gary slngle-handed and alone these days. ndiana Harbor. August Gotten spent Sunday in Chi cago. Frank Barker visited friends in Ing lewood Sunday. P. A. Armstrong was a guest at theater party in Chicago last night. W. Branet of Cliirngo was the guest of his son, Robert, Sunday. C. A. Thomas of Chicago was the guest of Frank Jerome over Sunday. W. I. Morton of Bay City, Mich., a business visitor her today. is J. A. Hendricks of Chicago was business visitor here this morning. S. P. Heath of Ober, Ind., is here looking up some real estate interests. Dr. Win. D. Weis of Hammond made several professional calls heie this morning. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Leach went to Chesterton. Ind., yesleiday where they were the guests of G. Higgins. Vern Leiman and C. McKnight of the Lake Shore local fteight office, spent Sunday in Chicago. Rev. Thomas Mungoven was the guest of Whiting friends Sunday even ing. C. W. Hotchkiss, general manager of the C. I. A. S. R. R. of Chicago, .was the guest of J. B. Maling at the South Bay hotel yesterday. C. A. Thompson, formerly a switch man at Indiana Harbor, has secured a position with the U. S. Steel company at Gary, as chief of police. Mrs. Thomas Kelly of Edgemore, who been very ill "with, typhoid fever, has passed the critical point and is now much improved. Joe Burmannick of Pennsylvania avenue, helper to the millwright at the Inland Steel mills, was severely injured this noon while making a coupling on the rolls in the bar mill department. He was taken to Dr. Orr's and later re moved to his home. East Chicago J. J. O'Connell is visiting In Canada. A. II. Johnson has purchased a horse. Mesdames Henke and Johnson spent the day shopping in Chicago. William F. Hale was in South Bend last week on business. The teachers' association will meet in Hammond next Friday and Saturday. Winifred Deaths of Whiting was the guest of her sister Saturday, at Mrs. II. M. Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. W. Johnson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Johnson's patents in Valparaiso. Mr. Ogden returned Saturday morn ing from Cleveland where lie went on business. The Reading club will meet with Mrs. J. D. Kennedy next Wednesday. Miss Mae Davis will read. The Missionary society of the M. E. church met at Mrs. Ross's Saturday evening. Miss Bass gave a splendid lecture which all enjoyed. The "Klondike" furnace at the Inter state Iron and Steel mills, which has been shut down for two months on ac count of broken rails, resumed opera tions today. Mr. Berry has been fortunate enough to secure Miss Pearl Foraker as pianist at his "Nicolitte." Miss Foraker has been working in Chicago Heights for Thomas Williams, who has an electric theatre there. Bricklayers are now certainly at a premium. They are being paid from 75 cents to $1.00 an hour by the Indiana Harbor railroad at Gibson where their new round house is being constructed. The Elk's lodge 9S1 are preparing to give a big blow out some time next month. Just what the entertainment will be lias not yet been decided upon but whatever it is, is sure to be high .lass, ax all their entertainments are the tinest. The Lake County Ice and Cold Stor age company are contemplating build ing a storage house for the storage of all surplus ice manufactured this win ter. The building will be located on tne property with rhe ice plant. Plans will be ready next Wednesday. Mrs. Alyra was called to Zanesville, O. on account of "the" sickness of her little granddaughter, for whom they have grave doubts as to her recovery. Mrs. Alyea had this little girl up here for pix months having her sight re stored, and she had only been home with her parents about three months when she was taken seriously sick with pneumonia. Whiting News Gaynelle Eaton is suffering from severe attack of quinsy. Rev. and Mrs. Artman entertained Bessie Naef at dinner last evening. John Schwab returned to Notre Dame university today. Miss Vera Wadsworth entertained friend from Englewood yesterday. Mrs. James Arney of East Chicago visited Whiting friends last evening. Mrs. Louise Day of East Chicago vis ited yesterday with Mrs. D. II. Waltzor of New York avenue. Miss Laura Widert of East Chicago spent a few days, this week with Miss Margaret GriRith. Miss Gladfelter provided over the ehafinjr dish and the junior and senior club Friday evening. Mabel O'Hara, John Schwab and Florence Lee were initiated into the Pi Gamma society. The Priscilla club met at the home, of Miss Ivai Goldsmith of Sheridan avenue Saturday afternoon. Miss Ola VanCamp was able to be out yesterday after a severe attack of malatial fever. The little child of Gust Sabinski died at their home in Stieglitz park yester day as the result or a very serious case of diphtheria. The pie social given by the children of the Congregational church Saturday evening was a great success. Quite neat sum was cleared for the Sunday school. lamkrtbnll. The Owl club played the second bas ketball game Saturday evening. Th opponents were the Bessemer Parks of South Chicago. The Bessemer Parks were victorious the score being 28 to IS. Dancing was also indulged in until a late hour. Death of Mrx. Downey, Mrs. Al Downey died at the Homeo pathic? hospital in Chicago Saturday afternoon as the result of an operation. Her remains were brought here yester day and taken to her late home on John street. Mrs. Downey had been in the hospital only a week and as her sick ness was not considered very serious her death is a very sad blow to her husband and other relatives. 1 KAUFMAN N & WOLF, HAMMOND, IND. WATCH FOB, "Hie HMD V ITS A MONEY SAVER. This Sale commences Monday, Oct. 22, and contin ues until Friday, Oct. 26. Extra Choice Creamery Butter; renovated; 1-lb ' prints 24a Armour's Laundry Soap, 10 Bars ..39o Extra choice Cape Cod Cranberries, per qt 8 1-2C The Famous Pet Brand Cream, the large double size can ,....8J Extra Choice Sugar Corn, 2-lb cans 6c Absolutely Pure Buckwheat Flour, 10lb bags... ...32c Pure Bohemian Rye Flour, 25-lb sacks 50a Lion XXXX Patent Flour, 25-lb sacks 59a Lion XXXX Patent Flour, 50-lb sacks $1.15 Lion XXXX Patent Flour, 100-lb sacks ..$2.23 Watch for "THE LITTLE Robertsdale Mrs. Joseph Vathke of Harrison ave nue was a Chicago visitor Saturday. Mrs. E. Engler shopped In Chicago Saturday. Mrs. Herman Theisen went to South Chicago on business Satruday. Mrs. Dora Furstenburg of Harrison avenue called on inenas in unicago Saturday. Miss Marie Selinger of the East Side spent several days visiting her sister, Mrs. Henry I.ggers, of Roberts avenue. The Misses Davis of Brookline re turned home yesterday after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Theisen of Indiana boulevard. Miss Mary Stein of Roberts avenue attended the teacher's reception given at Hammond Friday night in honor of the new teachers. Mrs. Lena Eggers and Miss Lillian Rader and Henry Lahahn were the guests of Mrs. Richard fachaaf over Sunday, Mrs. S. Langohr of Indiana boulevard was rendered a surprise party Satur day evening in honor of her 42nd birth day. The evening was spent in cards The honors were awarded to the fol lowing: Mrs. William Timm, first; Miss Marie Selinger, second and Miss Myrtle Soltwedel, consolation. William Kelley, first; Henry Eggers, second and Will iam Timm, consolation. After a dainty luncheon was served the later part of the evening was spent in games. All present report a most enjoyable time. WEST PULLMAN. L. Vanderburg's barn burned Sunday entailing a loss of about $175.00. This is the fifth barn burned within a few days. Cause is supposed to be incen diary. The cement ' block cottage being erected for John Bakkers the druggist, the druggist at 109th Michigan avenue, is rapidly progressing. Tyese Gonwrns of South Holland has been visiting friends and relatives in Roselawn. SPORTING NOTES A SI'OKTIXG EDITORIAL. If there had been the proper spirit of loyalty among the members of the team that represented Hammond in the game with the Sentinel Athletics yesterday the game would have been a decided victory for Hammond, In stead of an 0 to 0 tie as It was. Jt is generally understood that sev eral of the players on the Hammond team were up at a very late hour the night before the game and in anything but the proper condition to play a hard game of football. Condition and train ing are everything in the strenuous college game and an eleven cannot ex pect to make the proper showing if the players do not at least observe the gen l?al rules of training. On a college eleven the rules are so strict in regard to this important mat ter that an athlete who does not take care of himself falls into disfavor with the student body at once, and in many cases the coach and trainer would take away a player's football suit and sus- nend him indefinitely for a serious breach in training. In school the university students; and in the city the football fans, have a right to demand that the players give the best that is in them to the sport they are participating in, and in. the ei It lh! em 0 U IV I BULLETIN" Next week case of the Hammond team, the pub lie will not support an eleven thai does not work its level best to win victories and make a name for tha team. The sacrifices that have to be madJ to win football victories Is one of thc redeeming things about the sport. It points to the only road to success la any endeavor. VALP0 DEFEATS EAST CHICAGO, nail Is luIirl Over the Goal Line Jot as the Firt Halt End. The Valparaiso Tigers defeated the East Chicago team by the score of 6 to 0 in a hard game last Sunday. Tha game was played at the fair grounds In Valparaiso before a fair-sized crowd. The game began at 2:40 p. m. Valpa raiso's goal was made just as time was called at the end of the first half, when Summers was pushed over for a touch down. The lineup: Valpo. Position E. Chicago Gardner le J. Rodger Briggs it Farragher Kellog Ig Davis Taylor c Thorp Pierce rg Huge Marks rt Williams Foster re Evans Forney rh Lellew Summers fb McCarthy B. Wilson lh ' Davis Zimmerman q McShani SEMI-PROS BEAT CUBS: WIN MANY PENNANTS? Jimmy Callahan' Logan .Square Dr iest Chicago National By the Score of 1 to 0 After Winning; from SoX Saturday. With Brown and Kling in. the box for the Chicago Nationals the Logan. Squares, under the leadership of Jimmy; Callahan, defeated the champions by the score of 1 to 0 in a ten-inning contest. This following their defeat of tha White Sox last Saturday by the score of 2 to 1 makes this soml-professlonai team, according to the dope of semi- pro's, the winners of four pennants the world's championship, the Ameri can and National league championship and the Chicago championship. However, Jimmy Callahan is not go lng to insist that all this bunting ba sent over to his ball park. He will content himself with the satisfaction of having wrung a victory from tha grasp of two of Chicago's pennant win rirs. Mordecal Brown, of three-fingered fame, pitched against .the Logan Squares, and let in the winning run la the tenth inning with a wild pitch. Ha was opposed on the slab by "Long Tom" Hughes, the veteran American league twirler, who held the seven champions and two local players who composed the Spud team down to five hits. EXCLAIMED LETTERS. The following letters remain un called for, week ending Oct. 22. 1906: Paul Bark. Mr. Gerald. Will Hawes. Miss Fanev, Hont. Walter Jones. Mrs. Paul Krause. James Kelly. Mrs. John Kearns. John May, Ed. J. W. Munchel. WILLIAM H. GOSTLIN, Postmaster'. Have your prescriptions and family receipts filled in our drug department, by registered pharmacists. We usa only the very best grades of drugs and chemicals and always till them just as your doctor wishes, at very reasonable prices. Lion Store Drug Department 10-20-2t Our constant aim is to keep our stock up to date. We have the finest funeral stock in northern Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, Funeral Directors, Hohman and Indiana avenue; phone 1311. 10-13-6t