THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
MONDAY. OCT. 22. 190R.
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October 1, 1906,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1906.
REAL MiHS is welcome.
With every hour The Lake County
Tiiies grows more satisfied with itself
over the timely publication of the cul
mination of the most vitally interest
ing' real estate transaction within the
corporate limits of Hammond.
It takes no credit. for this. A part
of the policy formulated before the
first copy of The Lake County Times
left the press, on June 18, was the res
ervation of the right to determine
when irni is nrv, and when, as news,
It should be published. It resolved to
hold Itself aloof from entangling alli
ances; to publish the news whether it
helped or hurt; to set down nothing In
malice nor hold back anything for any
purpose; to edit its newspaper from
within and not from without; to print
the truth, the whole truth and nothing
but the truth according to Its lights;
to make suitable amends for its own
mistakes and save those it might of
fend the trouble of going elsewhere for
redress; to call the attention of Ham
mond and its sister communities to the
fact that they had outgrown their
swaddling clothes In short, to make a
It recognized at tho outset that this
policy would do violence to the ethics,
traditions and usages of Lake county
journalism, but it was prepared to ac
cept the consequences.
If the people of Hammond and the
surrounding country were satisfied to
have their news cooked in one pot over
a slow fire, there would be no mission
here for The Lake Cohntt Times.
The Lake County Times had faith in
the appreciative intelligence of the
people of these parts.
It has not been disappointed. There
fore it is satisfied.
AT Till; tiltAND THIS WEEK.
Harvey Ilrooks, manager of the
Grand theatre, lias a good program on
this week among the different acts are
Prof. Urogdon's dog circus which
pleases the audience; O' Tiara and Wat
son, singing and dancing; Chas. Frosto
In the "Matinee Girl '; Miss Cecil Watts,
one of the leading colored sopronos of
the world, also Brooks & Brooks in a
musical comedy and Miss Tillle Murry
In singing and dancing acts. New il
lustrated songs and moving pictures
FALLS IX FIT OX THICK.
This morning as Geo. Patterson who
had just got oft the Lake Shore 6:15
train started to walk up the track to
ward Oakley street he was seized with
an epileptic fit and in falling struck
his face on one of rails bruising htm
up quite badly, necessitating his going
to Dr. Clark who dressed his wounds.
Patterson lives in Chicago and is em
ployed at the Conkcy plant.
How They "Happened."
Tennyson, in "The Princess," coined
a phrase and a maxim which seem
destined to live long. The phrase is
"The sweet girl-graduates," and the
maxim, "'Tis better to have loved and
lot than never to have loved at all."
Cannot Ce Too Careful.
As many accidents have occurred
from lightning this season, it is well
'or people to observe rules of pru
3?nci! and to keep out of dangerous
;:ac3 and avoid coming in contact
"'Vlth dangerous objects while thunder
storms are going on. The laws gov
erning the electric fluid ought to be
ve!l enough known to persons of ordi
nary education and observation to af-
"ord them a considerable measure of
An Optimistic Thought,
When a jealous man who doesn't
amount to anything shoots somebody
who doesn't amount to anything for
being too attentive to a fcweman who
doesn't amount to anything, why
should anybody who does amount to
anything got excited about it? Judge.
A Long Wait.
"What I'm waitln' fur." said Uncle
Jerry Peebles. "Is a chanst to vote fur
some man that isn't the 'people's
candidate." but I just runnin fur of
fice on his own hook."
Li Wondered Why.
When Richard Harding Davis mt
ive Viceroy, LI Hung Chang, in St
Petersburg he was asked how old and
how rich he was, and what he did.
He replied: "I write books." "Why
do you write?" said Li; "are you not
strong enough to work?"
THREE SHADES OF ONE COLOR SEEN
ON SMART GOWNS.
French Models SnKHt Old Time
Portraits Pelerine Sleeves to Plar
aa Important Hole In Modes The
"Spanish Tilt" a Millinery Novelty.
The colors displayed for winter
wearing, both in gowns and hats, are
sufficiently beautiful to quite turn the
heud of the majority of women. Never
were there so many or so absolutely
ravishing shades of one single color as
are seen this season. Take, for exam
ple, the red tints. One has her choice
of the entire gamut of shades, from
COSTUME OF JACQUEMINOT BROADCLOTH.
the richest and deepest dregs of wine
down to the palest of the pastel color
ings. Bordeaux is a favorite, and so Is
jacqueminot, and the different shades
of old rose are a delight to the ej-e.
One fashion authority has declared
that at least three shades of the same
color should appear on a smart gown
if its wearer would have the satisfac
tion of knowing that it was entirely
as it should be. Or if but two shades
are chosen, surely there must be a
third coloring introduced somewhere
the eternal "touch of bleck" if nothing
else. This rule of three is said to apply
to millinery as well as dressmaking,
and certainly some of the early models
prove the truth of the statement. The
pelerine sleeve is destined to play an
Important role In the picture-like effect.
The latest reports from the other side
all agree on the sloping shoulder effect
both for street and house costumes.
Some of the newest of the French
models suggest old time portraits with
their graceful fichu lines. This long
shoulder effect is often achieved by
means of cleverly arranged trimmings,
and again an epaulet or other similar
shoulder expansion is often cut as a
part of the bodice itself. All sorts of
devices for lengthening the shoulder
line will be resorted to as the season
advances, and this Is one of the . fea
tures which the far sighted woman"
6houkt take up cautiously, as there is
THE SPANISH TILT.
always the possibility of such an effect
being run to the ground in a few
Most of the new gowns have skirts
that are plaited in one way or another
side. sun. accordion or box and the
day of the gathered skirt seems to tx
gone. You do not see those full round
skirts which were the rage only so
very receutly. In nearly every instance
they are kilted, knifed, accordion plait
ed or laid in little side plaits in groups
of three or four. The costume illus
trated is of jacqueminot broadcloth.
The skirt is a seven gored model, with
plaits on ench scam. The jacket is hip
length and trimmed about the neck
with oxidized silver soutache on bands
of deeper red velvet.
Fashion's followers are indebted to
the vivacious queen of Spain for the
bit of millinery seen in the cut. The
creation is of black panne veitet. The
crown is wouna wua saim riuuou, aim
all the trimming, composed of lustrous
ostrich plumes, is massed at the back.
The hat is dented at the front, the
brim being held down with a little
leaden weight covered with a decora
tive bit of silver gilt resembling the
i head of a hatpin. AMY ARNUM.
Latest Movements in
(By Direct fVlrei to
NEW YOEK LETTER.
New York, Oct. 22. Shorts who sold
stock that they did not own Saturday
were given a severe touching today.
From the opening of the market until
the close, stocks were booming at all
times and most of the declines that
were established Friday and Saturday
of last week were entirely wiped out.
Copper advanced over three points;
.Smelters three and one-half; Union Pa
cific very close to four; Baltimore &
Ohio three and the lower priced issues
from one to two points. The only ex
ception to the bull movement was New
York Central which seemed to have an
exceedingly weak undertone and did
not participate in the grand rally that
was going on in the balance of the
standard rails. It sold off to 129. the
lowest price this stock has reached In
There was a failure announced on
the exchange of one of the smaller con
cerns which it is said has been on the
wrong side of the market for months
and the smash Saturday compelled
them to announce their suspension
from business as they could not meet
their contracts. This, however, had no
effect on the action of the market today
as it is believed the house closed out
the major part of its trades on the
break last week.
The call money market had a rather
hardening tendency today, early loans
being made as high as 7 per cent.
There were rumors to the effect that
Secretary Shaw would come to the re
lief of the money market. This was
given as the reason for the pronounced
bullish enthusiasm together with a
greatly oversold market.
The market generally closed strong
and buoyant without losing any of the
early advances established.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Atch. pfd 100 2-4
Km. Sugar.. 133 V8
Am. Car . . . . i :i
Amal. Cop... 113
Am. Smelt. .153 Vj.
Am. I. Sees. . $9
Am. Ice Sees. 89 3i
Am. Locom. 72V4
Am. Tob, pf. 99 i
Am. Wool... 34 Vs
R & 0 11 7 a-;
High Low Close
14 2 Vi
Brook. R. T..
C. & G. W. . .
Ches. & O...
C. F. & T. . . .
1 7, I
Cnnaci. Pac. .1734
Coast Line. 135
Cent Leath. . 36
Denver com. 39 T
Denver, pfd. 4H
Det. U. Hy. . 91
Erie, com . .
. 68 M
. 4 3 io
Interboro . .
K. C. S. pfd.
L. & N
. 36 V6
mi i r
j m k & T cm 33
M K & T pf. 68 V3
mo. pac... 94 i
Nat - .Lead. . 75
N. Y. C 1294
Nor. & W... 62
Ont. & W... 4 5Vs
Pac. Mail... 36
Peop. Gas . . 89
Press. Stl... 53 H
R. I. & S 35 H
R. I. & S. pfd. 96
R. Isl. corn. . 27
H. Isl. pfd.. . 65
Rubber 47 Mi
Ry. Springs. 51
South. Pac. . 92
So. Ry. com 33
St. Paul 170
St. L. S. & W 24
" pfd ... 57 Vt
St L&SF2dpf 4CV4
Tex. Pac 3 64
T. C. & I 157
Union Pac. 1 S3
IT. S. Steel.. 464
U. S. S. pfd. .10 5
Va. Chemic. 36 VJ
Wabash pfd. 45
Wis. Cent... 25
Western U. . 86
BRAIN Mi PROVISION 1RKET
Open High Low Clos
Dec. ..73 73 72 72 a
May . .7STs '&V 77 77a
July ..77 76
Dee. . .42 42 41 -42b
May ..43 43 42 43b
.July ..43-44 -44 43 43b
Dec. ..33 33 32 32b
Mav ..34 84 34 34 b
July ..33 33 32 32b
Jan. ...1370b-75a 1370 1367 1367
Mav ...1390a 1382a
Oct. ...950 962 960 960
Jan. ...820b-22a 825 822 822
Mav ...830a 842 827-30 827-30
Oct. ... 820n
Jan. ...747 747 742-45 742-45
Mav ...765 765 760 7$0
Chicago, Oct 20. WHEAT This
market had a declining- tendency all
day. aunougn tne news in a measure
was in favor of the bull operators. Re
ceipts in the northwest were lighter
than usual, but this was partly at
tributable to the lack of cars and bad
roads throughout that section of the
The cash situation in the southwest
is reported better, and quite a little
hard wheat was sold to exporters. The
selling in the pit today was mostly for
hort account and any real bullish
news will start them to cover. The
market closed with a weak undertone
CORN Higher early, but later suf
fered a decline of half a cent for the
May option. The car shortage through
out the west is creating a bearish sen
timent on corn. The receipts of new
corn have been very light for the pas
two days, owing chiefly to the lack of
icars to transport the grain to market
jThe market cles.d at the ,owest prices
j o the day for aU o lhe aclive futUres
OATS Displayed some strength In
the early part of the session, but later
when the other markets became so
weak It eased off in sympathy with
them. Cash eituation continues strong
sales of over 200,000 bushels to the sea
board being reported. The market
Finance and Trade.
Lake County Times.)
SOUTH "WATER STREET J1ARKET.
Chicago, Oct. 22. The poultry mar
ket again displayed considerable weak
ness. Buyers show no disposition to
take hold even at the recently reduced
prices. Supplies on the other hand
are liberal and considerable stock had
to be hel dover. The peach season is
over, but grapes, apples and pears
continue in good supply and are ac
tively traded in at previous prices.
Butter Receipts, 6.956 tubs. Extra
creamery, jobbing, 254; price to re
tailers, 27c: prints. 2Se: firsts. 22Q24e;
seconds, 19"21c; ladles, 17c; renovated.
19HS20c; dairies. Coolevs. 22c: firsts,
20Si21c; packing stock. loVfenc
Vegetables. Head lettuce. 50cfi $1.00
per tub; leaf, 3540e case: lima beans,
$2.50 per 24-qt case; onions, 60&y0c
per sack; pumpkins, 75c per brl; pep
pers, 40(?50c per sack; parsnips. $1.00
per tub; turnips, 3S(T75e per sack.
Poultry Geese, $6.009.00 per doz;
ducks, 11c per lb.
Beans Hand picked, choice, $1.46
1.48; screened and depending on qual
ity, $1.00 1.30; red kldnev. per hu.
$2.00&2.30; off trades, $1.40$' 1.90;
brown, Swedish, ll.OOS 1.70: Califor
nia, limas, per 100 lbs. $4.50574.75.
Green Vegetables Beets, $"l. 005? 1.25
per brl; cabbage, 6075c per crate;
carrots, $1.00 per 100 bunches; celery.
30c$1.25 per case; cucumbers, 75c(f;
$1,00 per dozen; cauliflower, 25cfl.20
Veal Quotations for calves in good
order were as follows: 50 to 85-lb
weights, 6r7c; 60 to 75-lb weights.
74 to 8 Vic; So to 110-lb weights, fancy.
949Vfcc; 150 to 170, good meaty, 46c.
Dressed Beef No. 1 ribs, 13 Vic; No. 1
loins, 17 Vic; No. 1 round, 7 lc; No. 1
chuck, 6c; No. 1 plate, 3c.
Live poultry Turkeys, per lb. Htf
16c; chickens, fowls, 7 He; springs, 8c;
Eggs Receipts, 4,957 cases. Fresh
stock at mark, new cases included or
cases returned. 18fL20c; firsts, 22ej
prime firsts, packed in whitewood cases
grading 60 per cent fresh stock, 23Vuc
extra, SO per cent fresh stock, packed
for city trade, 26c.
Potatoes Receipts, 70 cars. Early
Ohio, Minnesota, 45g4Sc per bu; white
stock. Wisconsin, free from frost, 42 4
43c per bu; containing field frozen, 33
ij;40c per bu; red, fair to good. 40c per
bu; mixed, red and white, 384j 40c per
bu; common, small, unripe red or white,
3537c per bu; sweet potatoes, Jer
sey, $2.853.00 per brl; Virginia, $1.50
1.60 per bu.
The following are the average prices
quoted in the local markets:
Flour, 501b. . .
Eggs, doz. . . .
Eggs, doz. . . .
Milk, qt. ...
Sugar, It) . .
Porterhouse eteak, lb.
Pork, lb ,
137 9 Sirloin steak, lb...
36 I Crab apples, bu...
84 1 1 Hai lettuce, head
921 Lima beans, lb....
70 l Celery, per stalk..
76Vpples' bu '
67 i plant m
HEARD OS ?THE BOURSE.
New York, Oct. 22. This Is supposed
to be bargain day in the stock market
one of the days that comes about
twice a month; so you can load up
with stocks at least on a scale and
make any kind of money by holding
on for a week and then have a little
patience and do it again in a short
time. Most of the London selling was
done from this si 'e. The foreigners
have no stocks to .unount to anything
to sell us. When London is reported
with a great flourish as a seller of
50,000 shares you can't help but wink
as there are half a dozen men in Chi
cago who can buy or sell and who
habitually carry that much stock, to
say nothing of the New York plungers
Work at the highest pressure is as
sured all along the line for the first
half of next year and in some lines
committments run well into the second
half. Increasing interest centers in
the supply of raw materials for next
year, and the prices demanded for
them. Considerable sales of lake ores
are reported at an advance of 50 cents
and as high as 75 cents above this
The narrow waisted bulls in the
stock market got a bad fright on the
unexpected action of the Bank of Eng
land in raising the rate. It simply de
moralized the market and the bad bank
statement helped it down. The well-
known saying that the bears make all
their money in one night, again came
true. It will take at least a month
with everything in its favor to put
prices back where they were a few
days ago, and in the meantime we are
bound to have election scares.
Sterling exchange advanced to a
point where It could allow of gold ex
perts. It will be some time before the
real reason for the raise in the bank
rate will be discovered. No matter
what the reason is the result Is a bad
scare and it is notice to this country
that "you can't have any more of our
money to speculate with and you will
have to pay up what you owe us, no
matter how much prosperity you
have now; how big your crops are
how much your railroads earn or how
they increase dividends. We want our
money paid back and nothing will re
establish our foreign credit, but liqui
dation. as the limit of borrowing
has been reached for the present."
Secretary Shaw has got to come to
the rescue now and give some real
help; no more money can be had
ibroad. or this shake-out will look
like nothing to what the market will
Baltimore & Ohio earnings are in
creasing at the rate of 13 per cent per
annum on the common stock.
The Tennessee Coal & Iron people
have increased their capital stock and
also issued $7,300,000 of treasury stock,
The railroads of the country are up
against It in the matter of getting
cars. Every day conditions grow
worse and there is no hope of relief.
The fact is business has grown faster
than the railroads can take care of
The Iron Aire says: "The enormous J
pressure upon our iron and steel plants
is increasing rather than decreas
ing and is spurring the manage
nier.t to unusual efforts. It is reported,
that during the first thirteen working
days of the present month the steel
works of the United States Steel com
pany produced a daily average of
4S.000 tons of Ingots, which if main
tained would make the record for the
month of October close to 1,300,000 tons
Have your prescriptions and family
receipts filled in our drug department,
by registered pharmacists. We use
only the very best grades of drugs and
chemicals and always fill them just as
your doctor wishes, at very reasonable
prices. Lion Store Drug Department.
Told by a physician, of a railroad
brakeman, teaches a wonderful lesson.
and applies itself to many people in all
walks of life. Said he:
'The majority of accidents can be di
rectly traced to the individual not be
ing in a healthy state of mind or body.
Recently I learned a life-story of a
man whose every thought was of his
wife and little ones. From the time he
returned from iiis trips his whole time
was given to romping and playing
with his children and showering atten
tions on his wife. To his family he
was a happy-go-lucky fellow, always
ready with a laugh and story. His
home was a little paradise. He never
used tobacco or liquor in any form.
Away from his home and family,
among his fellow-workers, he told how
at times he was bothered with pains in
the back and sides, dizziness and faint
feeling. They had seen these spells
come on and advised him to do some
thing. They might as well have talked
to a stone wall.
"One day. in coupling cars, dizziness
or faintness overcome him and he was
crushed to death. The post-mortem
showed a case of kidney and stomach
trouble that could have been easily
cured with some simple remedy like an
Herb Extract, a Qauker preparation
that can be obtained at most any drug
store. Many men are like him care
less of their health and as I stated, I
attribute the majority of accidents to
About 100 miles couth of San An
tonia, Texas, lies a tract of 14,000 acies
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 tan find no finer .fruit
or truck lands anywhere. Truckers
have been realizing from $200 to $800
an acre from their lauds In this sec
tion. There is no Vetter alfalfa land
in this country, that crop producing
from 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 ')o perfection
on this land, as do all other kinds of
tiuck, fruit and vegetables. Corn and
cotton do equally as well. From this
lard j'ou 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. Go down and investigate for
yourself. Cheap rates. Next excur
sion November 26th; only $25 for the
roi'.nd trip friwn Chicago. Why rent
land? Why work for another and get
just enough to live on? Buy 40 acres
or more of this garden spot, and in a
few years you will be independent.
DO IT NOW. Send for descriptive cir
culars of this section.
The Showalter Land Agency
EAST CHICAGO, IX I).
The barber shop in West State
street, formerly owned by Harry Tut-
tle has passed into the hands of A.
Change of Cars.
On Nov. 19 the Wabash, in connec
tion with the Iron Mountain T. & P.,
& G. N. and the National Lines of
Mexico, will resume Us Mexican spec
ial service from Chicago to the City of
Mexico, leaving Chicago at 9:17 p. m..
every Monday and Thursday. The
Mexican special consists of sleepers,
observation cars and dining cars. Only
three days on the road. Write for Il
lustrated printed matter and full In
formation. F. H. Tristram, A. G. P. A.,
97 Adams street, Chicago.
LOW RATES TO PACIFIC COAST.
Rail w ay.
A St. Paul
Colonist tickets, good in tourist
sleeping cars will be sold from Chi
cago to Seattle, Tacoma, San Francisco,
Los Angeles and many other Pacific
coast points for $33, August 27 to
October 31 inclusive. Reduced rates to
hundreds of other points west and
northwest. Folder descriptive of
through train service and complete in
formation about routes will be sent on
request. E. G. HAY DEN,
Traveling Passenger Agent.
426 Superior Ave., N. W. Cleveland-
There ts more cutarrn In this section of the
conntry than all other diseases put together and
nmi the i9t few years was sapposed to te in
carafcle. For a treat many years doctors pro
nounced it a local disease and prescribed local
remedies, and by constantly falling to cure with
ktcsJ treatment, pronounced it incnrable. Sci
ence has proven catarrh to he a constitutional
disease and therefore requires constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
ty F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, Is the only
constitutional rare on the market. It is taken
internally in doses from ten drops to a teaspoon
fai. H acta direetiy on the blood and nracous
surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred
dollars for any case it fails to we. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHKNSY A Co.. Toledo, Chi.
Sold by Droerista. 76c.
Take Hall's Family Pills tor osastlaatioa.
IDIES WANT ADS GET EESULTS
See WH. KLEIHEGE
152 South Hohmar Street.
Lash Hotel & Sample Room
Rates $2 Per Day.
FRED LASH, Prop.
271. 273 E. State Street.
Phone 34, L. D. 90. Hammond, Ind.
LUNDT & CARLEY
140 & 13S1. 210 STATE ST.
HAMMOND REALTY CO.
Owners of choice lota in Mcilie's
Hammond, Bldg. Hammond, Ind.
ASK KOH CHAS. MAHTI.VS
NEW ENGLAND BREAD
Wholeaomo and nutrJclous.
Try our Bohemian Hy and
AT ALL GROCERS.
215 Ho. Ilohman Street, Hammond, lid.
C. E. Green,
236 riaminer Aven., Hammond, Ind.
Accuracy, Promptness and Reasonable
MRS. L. A. MINARD,
Office, 151 So. lloliiuaa St., Room fi,
Telephone 1802. Hammond, Ind.
DR. W. H. DAVIS
Rooms 1-3, Majestic Dldg.
Special Notice Do not confuse this
office with the Harvard Dentists, for I
am In no way connected with tnem.
never have been.
Tel. 2261. Chung Maw, Mgr.
CHUNG KEE LO.
Chinese Chop Suey and American
CHINESE AND JAPANESE GOODS.
91 State St. Hammond, Ind.
Open from 10 a. m. tn 1 a. m.
Are you in Need
We loan to persons temporarily
embarassed on Furnitute, Horses,
Wagons, Pianos, etc., at lowest
a. aa a
No inquiries of your friends or
If you can not call, write or
phone South Chicago 104, and
we will send our agent to see
CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO.
913343 Commercial Avenue
Ream HI Open erenings tiil 9 p, m.
A two-story bouse, barn and S
lots at a sacrifice.
52,000.00 buys all.
SAMUEL A. ROSENBERG
1506 Tribune Building:,
Tel. Central 2056. CHICAGO.
LOW RATES TO .ORTU AND SOUTH
& St. Paul
Harvester secon-class tickets, from
Chicago to all points on Chicago. Mil
waukee & St Paul Ry. in North Dakota
and South Dakota. Rates $14.50 for
each person., when five or more persons
travel on one ticket. Tickets on sale
daily until August L Low rates re
turning November 30.
E. G. HAYDEN.
Traveling Passenger Agent.
426 Superior Ave.. N. W. Cleveland. O.
Palace of Sweets
CANDIES AND ICE CREAM
Best Equipped Repair Shop in the State
G. W. HUNTER
01 S. IIOHMW STREET
Phone K2. HiK'i.n Block, Hammond, In4
ttt p MASHINO
Office In First National Bank Bids.
Otto Matthias. Prop.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Corner Calumet Avenue and Hoffmaa
Phone 2043. Hammond, Ind.
If joa want et ery English apeak
Iok Pon la I.nkr County to read
jour adierttacinrnt put It la
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES.
DR. WILLIAM D. WEIS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
OGce and residence 145 Hohmaa EL
Phone 20 (private wire) day
and night service.
Coirect iyle Perfect Fit
Cleaning. Pressing and Repairing
All Onl. rs Promptly Filled
-."! S. Enhusuu SI., Hammond, lad.
J. W. GAIvVEY
Plumbing. Gas Fitting and
Stcnui anil Hot Water Heating
03 X19TII STREET, WHITING, ln.
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COAL! COAL! GOAL!
Notice to the Public!
We, the firm known aa Riverside Coal
Co., located at corner of Mlcblcaa and
Sahl afreets, nUh to announce, that wa
are aovr ready to do kiMlar. We will
Iiandle nothing but aroori arradea of coal.
Quick air, aaiall profits and 2,000
pounds to tne ton sball ever be omM
RIVERSIDE COilL CO.
Residence Phone 1433 Office Phone 3932
Fine Residence and Brick
a specialty. Estimates cn
short notice. Plans free.
J. H. Kolling.
411 Sohl Street.
Are you Interested in that and
willing to do a little saving.
WE PAY YOU INTERST ON
THE CITIZENS GERMAN NATIONAL.
BANK OF HAMMOND, IND.
We'il help you. Give us your
account In your sayings line
and we will pay you 3 In
terest compounded every six
months. One dollar and up
wards will start you on the
Road to Success, try it one year.
The only National Savings
Bank In Hammond. This is a
Home Bank, owned by Ham
mond citizens, sixty-three in
number and therefore Is not a
Chas. C. Smith, Pres.
Win. D. VVeU, Vlce-Prea.
Gearge M. Eder, Cashier.
E. S. Enierlae, Ass't Cashier.
K2oney to Loan
In any amount on ebori notioe, ca
real estate or pergonal property, kj
8tinson Bros. Attorneys at Law,
Stenographer and notary In office. All
inqniiies etrictly confidential. Snltt
105, First National Bank Building,
LADIES ! Ask your Drvpstt for A
CHI-CHES-TER'S PILI.S ia RfcD ana
Gold metallic boxes, scaled with Biae
Ribbon. Take no other. Euvofyour
T-l-,, rrrr..f r,.1 nclr f'll I .f II R"S
EXSLlsa PILLS, tke DIAMONU BKASD, for
twentv-Sve vears kooa as Let, safest. AI
wsvs feeliiblV. Sold bv Urussrists every where.
CttlCUfeSIK. CttSiiiCAL CO., l iULA., fA.
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