THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
Wednesday, Nor. 14, 1900.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
AN EVENING NEWSPAPER PUBLISH
ED EY THE LAKE COUNTY PRINT
ING AND PUBLISHING COMPANY...
"Entered as second-class matter June,
2S, 1906, at the postofllce at Hammond,
Indiana, under the Act of Congress,
March. 3, 1879."
Ofiices in Hammond building, Ham
mond, Ind. Telephone, 111.
Room 1502 Tribune Building. Hugh W.
Terms of Subscription.
Half Yearly $150
Single Copies 1 cent
Total Net Daily
Oct. 31, 1906,
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1906.
DAILY CIRCULATION STATEMENT.
1, 190G, ...,..... .5,170
2, 11MNL. .......... ......... 534
3, 100a 5,353
4, 1900 5,357
6, 1000. ...... w .. 5li
0, 1000. ...... m .5,377
7, 1900, ......... ......... . . .Sunday.
8, 1900.. 5,4 1U
9, 1000 . 5,4 IS
10, 190(1 5,492
11, 10O 5,540
12, 1900 . 5,605
13, 1P08........... ........ .5,043
14, 1900..... Sunday.
15, 1900 5,072
10, 1900 ...5,697
17, 1900 .5,750
18, 1900 ...CJJ9
19, 1000 ......... .5.S1J
20, 1000 .5,31
21, 1900 x. Sonday,
22, 1900 5,SM)
23, 1900 5,90
24, 1900 5,927
25, 1900 5,945
23, 1900 ... 5,900
27, 1906 5,972
2H, 1906.... Sunday.
29, 1900 ..... 5.9S1
30, 1900 - 5,992
31, 1900 0,009
A lawyer said of the late Al Adams
In New York:
"Mr. Adams was very honest and up
right with his friends, lie treated his
friends far better than many a ven
erated churchgoer I could name. And
if he frankly admitted that he duped
the public why, if all who duped the
public were sent to prison for it our
jaiJa would have to be enlarged.
"Like Barnum Mr. Adams claimed
that the public liked to be fooled. As
an example of the eas it could be
fooled with he used to tell a story
about a calendar vendor.
"This vendor, one wintry day, enter
ed a cafe and said to a man who was
reading a newspaper and drinking hot
"Won't you buy a calendar sir? The
New Year is close at hand.'
" 'No, I don't want a calendar,' the
man answered sipping his lemonade im
patiently. "But the vendor persuaded him to
buy one, and lie ordered it to be de
livered to his wife at a house on the
"Going to this house the vendor said
to his wife:
" 'Your husband, madam, sent me
from the cafe on Exe street with this
calendar, which he wishes you to buy
for his desk.'
"The lady paid a quarter for the
twice-sold calendar and the reckless
vendor returned to the cafe where her
""While he was trying to make more
sales there the husband went home,
heard of the trick that had been played
on his wife and him and ringing up his
butler said furiously:
" 'Go down to the cafe at once and
bring up the calendar vendor you'll
"The butler went to the cafe, found
the vendor busy with a customer and
delivered his message. But the ven
dor, handing out another calendar, said:
" 'Oh, I know what you boss wants.
He wants a calendar. Have you got a
quarter? It will save me the trip up.'
" 'Yes: here you are,' said the butler,
and, taking the calendar with one hand
and extending the quarter with the
other, he hurried back home."
STOCKS AND PROVISIONS
"THE CHRISTIAN" A SUCCESS.
Hall Caine'i Famous Play Put On at
Tovrle's Last Msht. and Is
Latest Movements in Finance and Trade.
By Direct Wires to Lake County Times.)
NEW YORK LETTER.
New York. Nov. 14. Shorts In St.
Paul were given another drubbing to
day and it was of a more severe na
ture than j-esterday. From the opening as they considered the advance too high
of tho mirVct until the close t Paul for the good of thetrade. A good many
or the market until the close, t. Paul (iealers c!aimed tnat demand for fresh
was tne pronounced leader irom me stock has already shown a decided fail
ODeniner Drice around 176 it soared ing off. Buyers are taking storage
steadily until the tape showed 1842.
representing an advance of ov)r ten
points in two days. The action of this
stock during the past few days shows
conclusively that some very influential
in t ere
evidently is a large short interest
. ... . Eggs Receints. 3.241 cases. Fresh
the prominent Western operators had stock at mark, new cases included or
oversold his stock. cases returned. 21fa23c: firsts, lioe;
tv r,tir r- -,T prime firsts, packed in whitewood
.... . ' cases, Kiadine i0 tier cent fresh stix.iv
broader and higher for every active 28; extra, SO per cent fresh, packed
stock on the list. cuy iraue, sue.
t . . iS Potatoes Receipts. 25 cars. Early
rtuw.anon oi. ini.t iu iue money 0hio. Minnesota, 43. 45c per bu; white
innuvtri uy sttieittiy ounw, blocks aie siock, v lseonsm, tree from ITOSl, 1U 'I
being bought in large blocks and in a "e Per bu; red, fair to good, 38 a 40c;
One of the best acted and most sat
isfactory plays ever shown in Ham
mond was presented at Towle's last
night by the Imperial stock company
It was the dramatization of Hall
Caine's "The Christian." The leading
part, that of John Storm, was carried
by Mr. Claire, whose picture in the part
I . i v. .... ; , , 1 1 100 t-innrsnn
Chicago. Nov 14 The advance made 13 iirn...
In egg prices bv the committee yes- who appeared as Gloria yuayie. was a
SOUTH WATER STREET MARKET.
I terday did not meet with favor among favorite from the start, and several
a gooa many members ot me iraae.
stock, which thev can sret for 22c. and
as the weather is cold enough to trade
in this kind a brisk business is being
transacted. Other lines showed little
Quotations on round lots ranged:
uutter Kece ots. 3.693 tubs. h.xtra
?sts are accumu ating this stock creamery jobbing, 254c; price to re-.-.
& .. taiiers, 27c; prints, 2Xc; firsts. 22'a '24c;
a purpose. I urthermore, there seconds, 1921c- ladles 17c; renovated.
20 4 21c; dairies. Cooleys, 23c; 1
21i22c; packing stock. 164Sfl"c.
IZ a . r. ..
OF LAKE COUNTY
See WM. KLEIHEGE
152 South Hohman Street.
DR. W. H. DAVIS
Rooms 1-3, Majestic Bids.
Special Notice Do not confuse this
office with the Harvard Dentists, for I
am la no way connected with thern.
never have been.
Lash Hotel & Sample It00m jBest Equipped Repair Shop In the Stat
Rates 52 Per Day.
FEED LASH, Prop.
271, 273 E. State Street.
Phone 34, L. D. 90. Hammond, Ind.
mixed, red and white. 37C'i3Sc per bu;
common, small, unripe red or white.
monetary assistance. 35c per bu.
Union Pacific. Southern Pacific. Con- Sweet potatoes Jersey.
per and St. Paul were the pronounced Veal-QuoTatlons for calves in good
leaders. The two Harriman issues order were as follows: 50 to 85-lb
scored advances of about two points eif htf 6fv64c; 60 to 75 lbs 74 84c;
IHS t r Till 1 he f i n 1-it Oi-v TkA y r I . ' h4
1 - n-Jt'Ov-lj,
DON'T FORGET CALUMET.
A Chicago exchange says, "The deep
waterway convention which is to be
held in St. Louis Thursday and Friday
for the purpose of formulating plans
to be presented to congress showing
the desires of the people of the Missis
sippi valley will be attended by a dele
gation representing the Chicago Com
Of course the list Includes the names
of many prominent Chicagoans and it
Is not strange that it does not Include
the name of one representative of the
Calumet region in Indiana although it
has a population of nearly 50,000 peo
ple and three harbors and n river tlKit
deserves the attention of congress.
The Chicago delegation will work
very hard for increased appropriations
for their stuffy little harbor and South
Chicago will doubtless be remembered
when the rivers and harbors appropria
tion is made but Hammond, Whiting,
Hast Chicago, Indiana Harbor and Gary
will have to wait.
Some time ago John I?. Maling of
East Chicago made the suggestion that
there ought to be an organization of
business men with representatives
from every city in Northern Lake coun
ty who would meet, say, once a month
and discuss the questions that ure of
Interest and vital concern to the people
of this end of the country as a whole.
The idea is a good one and if such
an organization existed today there
would be a committee on drainage ap
pointed to confer with the members of
the Chicago drainage board in regard
to securing the cooperation of the state
of Indiana In furthering the project in
this state. When it came to securing
an appropriation for the dredging of
the river or the buildings of one the
several harbors in this region another
delegation could approach Congressman
Crumpacker and as the representative
of 50,000 of his consittuents he could
doubtless be persuaded to take active
steps toward securing desired appro
Get together should be the slogan
for with adequate harbor facilities to
gether with unparalleled railroad ad
vantages the industrial progress of this
region would be without precident.
Mrs. Langtry, at a dinner in New
York, laughed ruefully at the unpleas
ant and impertinent questions that, un
der the" new customs rules, had been
put to her on her landing in America.
"Those questions!" she cried. "Com
ing one after another as they did, and
each worse than the one before it, their
effect was appaling.
"In their character they reminded me
of that lawyer's bill which is some
times quoted to show what a lawyer, at
his worst, can be. I don't remember
all the bill's items, but two of them
" 'To waking up in the night and
thinking about your case, $7.50.
" 'To dining with you after the case
was lost, $5.00." "
'Why deny it?" he insisted. "It is
because some gossip intimates that I
am not true to you that you have
broken our engagement."
"Oh, no," she replied. "It is because 1
believe you truthful that I am break
"How do you mean?"
"Well, you remember you have fre
quently told me that you were not
worthy of me." Catholic Standard and
WITH THE EDITORS.
tJEX. SHATTER'S DEATH.
Major-General Shafter has fought
me jii-evuaiue losing name with our
last great enemy." After braving two
wars a slight cold bore him down as
It bore down the first great general of
our country Washington. His vigor
ous constitution withstood the dangers
of the elements, of bullets, of expos
ure and fatigue, on many a severe oc
caslon, but after he had spent the re
serve or nis energies m the saerince
of living he was compelled to sur
render. His end may seem untimely to
many, but perhaps after all it is nob
lcr and more natural to die with the
death of power to serve. It has ever
been the worthiest individuals that
have died so at work or before the
life-task has long been laid aside.
Longevity is a disease, perhaps, and
th ath the ideal climax of utility.
Major-General Shatter was pre-eminently
a useful man useful in a very
broad and heroic sense, for he was
ir.sefuj to the whole nation, lie and
1 ewey were the most useful men of
the late war. It fell to the latter to
do the prouder deeds and win the
greater applause, but if honor be meas
ured by service, then none gained more
honor than did General Shatter. Laf
A AVAIL I'OIl WHISKERS.
Oh, give us back the whiskers of thirty
The good, old-fashioned whiskers that
used to tickle so;
We do not want the shaven face, we
hate the horrid thing.
Be we want the good old whiskers to
which we fain would cling.
nice mustache looks fairly well when
very nicely curled.
Put, oh, we love those whiskers, so
It's really too much trouble chasing
husbands with a broom,
When by grabbing at their whiskers
, we could drag them round tht-
Dressed Beef No. 1 ribs. 14 4c: No.
1 loin, 17c; No. 1 round. 7c; No. 1
chuck, 8c; plate, 3aic.
Live roultrv Turkeys, per id, lie;
chickens, fowls, 9c; springs, 10c;
roosters, 64c; geese, 6.00 U 9.00 per
doz; ducks, 104 lie.
Fruits Apples, si.005f3.uo per on;
Call loans ruled steady at 6 to 7 per bananas, .Jumbo, per bunch, $1.401.50;
ct ko io-i-, t i iajji it. i o ro n f r i
s.i.oi)a &.uu; oranges. California. Ji.UUM
Beans Hand picked, choice, Slo'a'
1.4G; screened and depending on qual
ity Silt 1.30; red Kidnev, per bu, S2.00
152.30; off grades. $1.40 'd 1.90: brown
Swedish, $l.o01.70; limas, California,
per 100 lbs, $4.504.75.
Ureen vegetables Beets. 40OT5UC per
sack; cabbage, r.00& 7.00 per ton; car
rots. lOahoe per sack; onions, 40c'a
$1.25 per sack: parsnips. 50c per tub:
spinach, 65c per tub; turnips, 75c per
Copper one and one-half.
The sensational advance in St. Paul
had a very beneficial effect on the en
tire list and was instrumental in clos
ing the market strong at the highest
prices of the day.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
I " f i N ,A s 1
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Am. Car .
Am. Ice Sees 89 1
Am. Tob. pf
Am. Wool . .
H. & O. ...
Brook. It. T
Ches. & O..
C. & . AY. .
C. & A. pfd
O. F. & I. . .
Corn Pdts .
Can. Pac. .
1 enver com
Det. U. Ry.
Distillers . .
Krie com . .
111. Cent. ..
L. & N. ...
Mex. Cent .
" T T O T. n .
i. o; i cm io,,'a
M K & T pf 69
Mis. Pac ... 94 4
Nat. Lead . . 74
N. Y. C. ...127H
Nor. & W. .. 93 Ji
Ont. & W. .. 454
Pacific Mail. 35 4
Peoples Gas S9
Press. Steel. f2-.
Reading ...144 4
R. 1. S. . . 3 5
R. I. & S. pf 08
U. Is!, com . 29 4
R. Is!, pfd . . 66 4
Rubber 49 4
So. Pac 92 4
So. It v. com. 324
St. Paul . . .170a,
St. L & S. W. 24
Texas Pac. . 36 4
T. C. iSL- I 159 4
Union Pac. .IS 14
U. S. Steel . 46 4
T. S. S. pfd 105
Va. Chetnie . 37
Wabash .. 19 4
Wabash, pf. 424
Western U. . S5 4
Total sales 974,300
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LUNDT & CARLEY
140 & 1381. 210 STATE ST.
HAMMOND REALTY CO.
Owners of choice lots la UcHie'a
Hammond, Bldg. Hammond, Ind.
Compressed Air PR KB
Bowser Gasoline System
1 S. HOHMAN STREET
Phone 122. Huehn Block. Hammond. lad
W. F. ItlASHINO
Offlce In First National Bank Bldg.
ASK FOR CIIAS. BIARTIX'S
NEW ENGLAND BREAD
Wholesome and nutricious.
Try our Bohemian Ry and
AT ALL GROCERS.
The following are the average prices
quoted in the local markets:
Flour, 50 lb $1.30
Potatoes, bu 70-75c.
Eggs, doz 26c.
Eggs, doz 26c.
Milk, qt Cc
Sugar, ft) 6c.
Cream, qt ." 24c.
Round steak, lb 14c.
Ham, lb 20-22c.
Porterhouse steak, lb .... 20c.
Pork, lb ' lS.-v
Sirloin steak, lb 17c.
Lima beans, lb 7c.
Celery, per stalk 4c.
Apples, bu 1.00-1.3)
Cranberries, per qt 10c.
Butter, lb 30c
times received hearty applause. The
company carried the most elegant
scenery for the play, and many in the
audience said it was the best play they
had seen in Hammond. Tonight the
same company will give "The Parisian
Princess." and on Sunday night the
play, "The Lost Paradise," given Mon
day night, will be repeated.
Friday night "Wormwood" will be
played, followed by "Amateur Night."
and at the Saturady afternoon matinee
'Jack, the Giant Killer" will be presented.
GOSPEL OF SEED CORN IS
PREACHED FROM TRAIN.
HEARD ON THE BOURSE.
New York, Nov. 14. This was St.
C. P. Benjamin of Crown Point our of
thr Lecturing SlaC Which Is Touring
C. B. Benjamin of Crown Point has
been appointed as a member of the
Paul day, especially for the shorts. The staff which is making a tour of the
gossips have it that an eight per cent.
dividend is to be declared at the meet
ing next week. In addition to that they
will be able to get rights supposed to
be worth about eighteen dollars. Har
riman was the buyer of St. Paul yester
day. The Standard Oil company is a
buyer. The stock market always fol
lows the lead of this stock, either up or
GRAIN ID PRQViSEQN MARKET
High Low Close
Union Pacific is being bought again
by Kuhn, Loeb & Co. on the knowledge
that the road is earning sixteen per
cent, on the stock from the operations
alone, besides its income from the
properties it controls. Kuhn, Loeb &
Co. have made the success of their
whole career the way they have
handled the pool in Union Pacific. They
have been bulls on it to every one of
WILL RETARD COLONIZATION.
Nearly 50,000 men enrolled as in
dustrial and immigration agents o
western railroads will lose their posi
tions on Dec. 31 because the interstat
commerce commission has ruled that
they are not bonaiide employes of rail
roads and. under the new law, cannot
be given free transportation.
This decision of the commission was
rendered at a conference in Washing
ton Saturday with heads of passenger
departments of big western lines.
Railway oilicials are much depressed
by the decision, as they declare it will
greatly retard the development of the
sparsely settled sections of the west,
southwest and northwest.
It-lias been the practice of railroads,
particularly in the southwest and
northwest, to give passes good for from
one month to a year to promoters of
parties of prospective settlers where
the railroads want them. Each big
road had one or moie men hired by the
year to do this work, but free trans
portation was the only compensation
given the great majority of them. They
made their cash profits on the sale of
lands owned by them or through com
missions from owners. Railroads will
hire regularly a small number of men
who have been most successful in se
curing settlers along their lines, but will
have to devise other means to main
tain the tide of settlers which has been
flowing into the undeveloped sections
of the country.
TO DISSOLVE THE STANDARD.
Washington, Nov. 13. While no au
thoritative statement can be obtained
in regard to the matter there is good
reason to believe that the government
has decided to institute proceedings
against the Standard Oil company un
der the Sherman anti-trust act. with a
view to obtaining an order of the court
dissolving the company as it now ex
ists and restoring to each of the sev
enty-nve or eignty constituent com
panies its proportionate share of the
stock and also compelling the observ
ance of the law inhibiting them from
entering into any contract, agreement
or understanding with one another
with a view to maintaining prices in
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1440 1417 1440
1452 1427 1452b
S55 842 855
S50 837 850
777 762 775-77
7S7 772 7S7
Money is down to decent figures
again, and Shaw intimates he will put
some fifty million dollars into the
banks if it is necessary. He has it, and
will use it, and use it freely, to help the train will not enter this county
the real business of the country at any The special arrived at La Porte last
time, and he is the sole judge of when night, but no lectures were given until
state on what is known as the "Seed
Corn Gospel Train." The train started
on its tour yesterday and will go over
the different divisions of the Lake Erie
and Western railroad. The "train is
sent out by the Purdue experiment sta
tion and the Indiana Corn Growers
association. The purpose of the en
terprise is to give seed corn experts
an opportunity to deliver lectures to
the farmers of Indiana on how to se
lect and care for seed corn.
The experts who will talk to the
farmers of Indiana and distribute bul
letins containing valuable information
are Professors Wiancko, Christie and
Fisher of Purdue university, and D. F
Maish of Frankfort. J. P. Davis of
Sheridan, T. A. Coleman of Rushville,
anil C. P. Benjamin of Crown Point.
Much as Lake county farmers would
be interested in the lectures that are
to be given from the train, it will not
be possible for them to hear them as
C. E. Green,
Otto Matthias. Prop.
HEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Corner Calumet Avenue and Hoffman
Phone 20-43. Hammond, Ind.
If yon want every English apeak
lag person In Lake County to read
your advertisement pnt It In
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES.
236 rinmmtr Attn.,
Accuracy, Promptness and Reasonable
MRS. L. A. MINARD,
Office, 151 So. Hohman St., Room 8,
Telephone 1S02. Hammond, Ind.
Rogers & Burge
71-73 State Street.
Ti'ETV, FIRST CLASS EQUIPMENT)
OUR CARRIAGE MEETS ALL NIGHT
DR. WILLIAM D. WEIS
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Ofice and residence 145 Hohman Ct
Phosx 20 (private wire) day
and night service.
Correct Style Perfect Fit
Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
All Orders Promptly Filled
2S1 S. Hohman St., Hammond, lad.
We wouldn't say so if
we couldn't prove it.
to do so.
The First National bank in Chicago
has over $101,000,000 on deposit. This
exceeds its best record in deposits, and
shows that the west is not suffering for
Money rates in New York are so high
they will attract money from all over
the country to that center. Monev has
Chicago, Nov. 14. Wheat Nerv- 8topped gQljlg west from Chicag0f and
ousness was the principal feature in is now going east. It is, however, still
this market today although prices did Sroing south from New York to move
. 1, -, . ,.,-.. I the cotton crop, and money cannot be
not have a wide range of fluctuations. I , ,
1 cheaD for some time, but the stock
The bull operators had the better of market can climb on the shorts, and is
the argument at the close. North- now doing so.
western houses were the largest
Coach Luck of DePauw is working
hard to get his proteges in shape for
the battle with Wabash, which will
be fought at Crawfordsville next Sat
urday. Exhaustive workouts are being
experienced by the men every after
noon on McKeen field, and the little
coach thinks that by Saturday his men
will be in better condition than at
any other time this season. They will
be in better shape than when tliey
faced Indiana, and the team is anxious
to hold the score much lower than the
one which Indiana piled up against
them. It Is known that Wabash will
make an attempt to make the score
larger than the Indiana one, so that
the "dope" might favor them for the
3 - - . .. -,. .vv r 1
is the one real visible
writer which has been
to be dependable under
all conditions, adapted
to all classes of work,
and free from experi
135 Wabash Aye., Chicago.
buyers all during the session and the People wno now control tne maricet state championship
belief prevails that they are covering can stop anything like a panic at any This is what the Methodists will
short contracts. The cash product is time they wish, no matter whether fight against next Saturday, and they
in better demand and at higher prices, money is loaning at ten or twenty per will do their best to hold the "Little
The market closed strong at the high cent. They are raising dividends and Giants" to a score as low as possible.
prices of the day. wages, and getting the confidence of Much interest is being manifested, and
CORN Dull but firm. Reports of I everybody, and, barring a calamity, we a special over the Monon will carry a
new corn were light and induced quite will have the biggest bull maret on large delegation of DePauw rooters to
.... ... . . 1 ,-i
a little speculative Duying. tasti corn iccuiu.
in the sample market was quoted one-
half cent higher. Export demand re- J. P. Morgan Is a large buyer of
ported better. The market closed a Steel common. He will put it above
shade higher than yesterday. sixty, and make his promise to his
OATS Steady with a light trade, friends good by Christmas.
fluctuations only a quarter of a cent
during the entire session. Trade en- Rock Island is waking up again
Captain "Bunny" Hare said last night
that he would go to Chicago Thanks
giving day to play with the All-College
team again the champion football
eleven of Massillon, O. Paul Yates,
who is managing the game, has written
tirely professional. Export demand im- Moore and Reid are in a big pool on several letters to Hare, asking him to
proving. The market closed steady to the preferred stock. They will resume appear in the college lineup, but not
firm. dividends at the beginning of the year
J. L. D.
SUEIXG CAR COMPANY.
Cases were filed in the Circuit court
at Crown Point today by several per- An examination for the position of
sons for personal injuries against the clerk (male and female) and carrier
Hammond. Whiting & East Chicago (male) will be held at the post office
Street Railway company. The amount in this city on Dec. 8. For application
asked from the street-car company to- blanks, and for full information rela
tals up 544. 900. tive to the examination, qualifications
Martin iic.Manon, Miss Hannah Con- duties, salaries, vacations, promotions,!
roy. James McCaffery, Jacob Diamond etc., address Secretary, Board of Civil
and Harry Gordon are the plaintiffs. Service Examiners, Post Office. Ham
and are represented by Attorney W. J. i mond. All applications must be in by
McAleer, ec. l
until last night did Bunny" consent to
go to the Windy City. He does not
know what position he will play, but,
in all probability, he will pilot the team
or be seen at one of the extreme positions.
This makes two Indiana players who
have already promised to play on the
All-Western team, ex-Captain Spauld
ing of Wabash, being the other. The
game will be for the
championship of America.
J. W. GARVEY
Plumbing, Gan Fitting and
Steam and Hot Water Ileatlac
COS 11DTH STREET, WHITIUG, IlflJ,
Tel. 2261. Chung Maw, Mgr.
CHUNG KEE LO.
Chinese Chop Saey and American
CHINESE AND JAPANESE GOODS.
91 State St. Hammond. Ind.
Open from 10 a. m. to 1 a. m.
Fine Resilience and Brick
a specialty. Estimates on
short notice. Plans free
J. H. Kolling.
411 Sohl Street.
LA. DISS 1 Aik your Druggist for A
CHl-CHES-TER'S FILLS tn KED ana
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PILLS, the DIAMOND BSA5D, for
twenty-five years known as Best, Safest, Al
wars Reliable. Sold bv Dmgjilts errry where.
CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO., PHILA., PA.
Ar you Interested In that and
willing to do a little sarin g-.
WE PAT TOU INTERST ON
THE CITIZEN'S GERMAN XATIOJIAt
BASK OP HAMMOND, IND.
We'll help you. Olre us your
account In your savings Una
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months. On dollar and up
wards will start yoa on ths
Road to Success, try It one year.
The only National Savings
Bank In Hammond. This is a
Home Bank, owned by Ham
mond citirens. sixty-three !a
cumber and therefore la cot a
CnflB. C Smith, Pres. ""f
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George M. Eder, Cashier.
E S. Emerlae, Aas't CasMerl
ency to Loan
In any amount on ehort notice, ea
real estate or jwrsonal property, 7
Stinson Bros. Attorneys at Law,
Stenographer and notary in offlce. All
lnqnliies atrictly confidential. Suite
106, Firit National Bank Building,
Palace of Sweets
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