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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES RnfnWInT' TW "jew " i ; ' " ' ' v it I 1 1 I OVER THE Mrs. W. G. Pnxton entertained the members of the Marquette club yester day afternoon at her home In IUm bach avenue. After an afternoon spent at cards, a delicious luncheon was served. The house was very prettily ar ranged suffgrestivo of the holiday sea son. Especially so the dining' room, where the table was set with a rnln lture Christmas tri-.e. decorate. 1 with dainty baubles and I'phted witlt shaded red candles, which cast a pretty slow over the table. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wolf and son, Philip, were In Chicago yesterday afternoon. Miss Theresa lloldt will g-o to her home in Ilobart for Christmas and will remain several days. Mrs. R. It. Mentz of Windson Tark, was the gruest of her mother, Mrs. Con way, in Sibley street yesterday. Miss Laura Mather and Albert Math er are the gruests of relatives in Wind sor Park today. Mrs. Elmer Vlnnedge will ko to Low ell today to spend Christmas with relatives. Miss Laura Mather will spnt a por tion of the holiday week with Miss Alta O'Dell at Zion City, 111. Miss Elsa Masepohl will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Lammer ing and family at Ilegewisch. Miss Bessie Haines of Ravens-wood visited her sister, Miss Minnie Haines, yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. II. Cappis and son will go to Wlnlmac, Ind., to spend a few days with relatives. Miss Blanche Culbert was the guest of friends in Engrlewood last even ing. Mrs. I. M. Best of Rose Lawn, Ind., will ba the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. C Smalley for a few days. Mrs. Archie Cross is in Chicago Lawn, where she is Tisiting her parents for several days. Miss Ruth TVoodin will spend Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. John Pepper fline in Hyde Tark. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ward and family will spend Christmas in Ravenswood, 111., the guests of relatives. Miss Ella Geisen of Crown Point is here, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Henry Huber, for several days. Mrs. Charles Sherard is in Lowell, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Atwood for a few weeks. Miss Alice Cole will go to Mulberry, Ind., to spend tha holiday recess with friends. Miss Clarice Van Auken, a teacher in the local schools, will go to her home at Hartford, Mich., for several days. Mrs. C E. Bauer and daughter, Miss Oretchen, left this morning for Fort Wayne to spend the week with rela tives. The Misses Mable Beck, Harriet Crumpacker and Norma Locklln are home from the Chicago university to spend two weeks with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Vedder and son, James, will go to Battle Creek, Mich., Monday to spend several days as the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson and baby left this morning for West Point, Ind., to be the guests of relatives and friends for several days. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Vedder and son, James, leave Monday for Battle Creek, Mich., to be the guests of relatives for a week. Miss Myrtle Merryweather of Chi cago will bo the guest of her mother, Mrs. A. E. Merryweather, 390 South Hohman street, over Sunday. A. W. Mather, who has been at Joliet, 111., the past week, will come to Hammond tonight to spend Sunday with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Grant of Rens selaer will, be the guests of Mrs. Grant1 mother, Mrs. Charles Ivasson, No. 1 Bellevue place, Christmas. Miss Margaret Cyko, a junior at the Depuaw university, who has been the guest of Miss Orpha Smith in Ogden street, returned home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beaublossom went to Union City today, where they will visit relatives during tha holidays. They will spend several days in Day ton, O., before returning home. Mrs. Albert Mans went to Union City this morning, where she will be the guest of relatives for the holidays. Mrs. Mans will also visit in Dayton, O., before returning home. Miss Anna Newell of Grlfflth was in Hammond today the guest of friends, jefore leaving for Chicago, where she will spend the holidays with her sls er. Miss Frances Hamaeher will leave Hammond the middle of next week for Parr, Ind., where she will spend the aoliday vacation. Miss Hamaeher Mill ive two elocutionary recitals during her visit there. Miss Anna Green of Kalamazoo, Mich., will come to Hammond next week to visit Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mather and family, 420 Plummer ave nue, for several days. Miss Claudia McMahon. a student at Miss Elchorn, teacher of German in he high school, will spend, the Christ mas vacation with her parents at Earnesville, O. ' Mies joeanhla AboL teacher of TEA CUPS Latin In the high school, will ko to her home in Seymour, Ind., today where she will spend several weeks. Mrs. Kate Jordan is expected thij afternoon from Washington, D. C, to be the gruest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jordan of Plummer avenue, for the holidays. Mrs. S. A. Jarott of Atticn, Ind., came today to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. C Smalley and family for the holi doys. Miss Margaret Blair of Monon, Ind., came today to be the guest of her sister, Miss Janet Blair, for a few days. Among the Chicago visitors and shoppers today are Mesdanns Charles Kasson, 10. F. Johnston and son, Teddie. F. Eckhardt, J. Hallburton. Fred Lash, Wm. Poggensee and J. W. Dyer. Miss Dora Oroman, teacher of room four in the Central school, went to Cedar Lake this morning to spend two weeks the guest of relatives and friends. , Mrs. Eliza Phil'Tipl of Remington, who has been in Chicago, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Pepperdine, is ex pected in Hammond this afternoon to be the guest of her sister, Mrs. Charles Kasson. Mrs. Ebright anil daughter, Miss Ethel, and the Misses Irene Mott, Mae Arkin and Frances Lundt are spending the day In Chicago. Ann Arbor university, was In Ham mond yesterday afternoon, the guest of friends, before leaving for her home in Crown Point, where she will spend her two weeks holiday. . Mr. Mashino and daughters, the Misses Flora and Mayme Mashino, left for Champaign, 111., today where they will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parker, formerly of Hammond but who recently moved to that place, for the holidays. Miss Anna Gllkey, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. R. H. McIIIe, 51S South Hohman street for a few weeks, left Hammond today for her home In Greenwood, Miss. Miss Mil dred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mcliie, will leave with Miss Gilkey and be her guest for an extended time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and their guest, Mrs. C. E. Williams, of Sioux City, la., saw Julia Marlowe and Southern at the Garrick last eve ning, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Glennon will spend the holidays with friends in Hamilton Park, Chicago. Miss Emily Cohn of St. Louis, Mo., will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Faber for a few days. Miss Cohn is on her way home from Battle Creek, Mich. Mrs. H. E. Sharrer and daughter, Catherine, went to Delphi today to spend Christmas with relatives. David Emery left today for Cedar Rapids, la., where he wll Ispend sev eral days the guest of relatives. Mrs. Fred Porter of Hamilton Park, Chicago, will come today to be the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Wall, for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Lake and daughter, Miss Frances, left today for Chicago Heights, where they will spend the holidays. Miss Cora Stancel left today for In dianapolis, where she will spend the holidays. Among the visitors in Chicago this afternoon are: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Dyer, Mesdames Lawrence Cox, F. C. Mc Lean, Archibald Chave, Misses Harriet Crumpacker, Nellie Fowler and Anna Rohrman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Towle will spend the holidays with relatives and friends in Lafayette, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Bowser of East Chicago were In Hammond today on their way to Delphi, where they will spend the holiday. S. S. Spencer, j til leave for Erie, Pa., tonight where-he. will be the guest of his parents fe-r ieveral days. Stewart Goodrich will be the guest of his parents in Mt. Vernon, 111., for the holidays. John Sontag of Plainfield, 111., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Bren nan, of Rimbach avenue, last evening. Misses Sarah Starr, Alta Adkins and Alice Hohn are spending the after noo nin Chicago. Mrs. Kate Fenton of Washington, D. C, is expected today to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jordan at their home in Plummer avenue. --o Misses Mayme Salisbury and Lola Hemstock of Valparaiso are here, the guests of Miss Veda Hemstock of East Carrol street, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reed entertained the members of the orchestra and choir of the First Methodist Episcopal (church last evening at their home on East State street. The evening was I delightfully spent with games, per haps the most enjoyable being the "Peny Contest." Mr. and Mrs. Reed served a dellvious luncheon in the dining room which had ben prettily ar ranged with holly and Christmas greens. Pretty holly cards were given all the guests as favors. Mrs. Emma Cosgrave has gone to Wilmette to be the guest of her daughter over Sunday. Mrs. J. B. Paxton of South Bend was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Paxton, 12 Rimbach. avenue, last evening. Miss Alta Adkins will leave tomor row for Wilmette, where "she will spend a week, the guest of relatives. Mrs. Adkins of Laporte, Ind., will be the guest of her daughter, Miss Alta Adkins tomorrow before leaving for Wilmette, 111., where -she will spend Christmas. A very pleasant "Surprise and Fare well" party was given last evening for Irene, Marie and Fred Carter, children of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Carter, who will soon move to tiieir home In Crown Point. About twenty-five young people gathered at the house and spent a very merry evening u.ih games, after which a delicious luncheon was served. MA It It I AGIO I.I 1 10 N S 10 S. Frank 10. Smith, Chicago Mary Fay, Chicago Git-n Dunbar Halls, Chicago... Ethel Smith Burrows, Chicago. John Weber, Chicago Agnes Geek, Chicago Turner R. Jones, Chicago Lenore Curtis, Chicago Joe Basil, Grand Crossing, III.. Lizzie Nigart, Pullman, 111 Wm. Ward, Chicago Emma Doege, Chicago ..33 . .29 . .21 ..19 ,. .23 . .21 . .33 ..29 . .23 . .IS . .21 ..IS Toys at 5 & 11) Cent Store. adv. C. R. Dyer, who has been on the sick list, is again able to resume his work at tho Simplex office. Joseph Bartlow will be the guest of friends at Danville, 111., during the holi days. R. W. George of the Indiana Harbor local office will spend Sunday with friends at Danville, III. L. P. Houston left today for Evans ville, Ind., to spend the holidays with friends and relatives. C. L. Moore of Chicago was a Ham mond visitor today. ' Fred Geib spent today with friends in Chicago. J. Sanders of Hammond will spend the holidays with friends In Chicago. Ed. Shearer spent this afternoon with friends in Chicago. William Tichey leaves tonight for Louisville, Ky where he will spend a couple of weeks with friends and rel atives. J. Bonnett left thi3 afternoon for Lafayette, Ind., where he will spend Sunday with relatices. W. A. Fowler of. the Simplex, office was a Chicago visitor this afternoon. Edson Witter transacted business in Chicagl this afternoon. Lawrence Cox made a short business trip to Chicago today. A. H. Kellinberger of Hammond left today for Monon, Ind., where he will visit his parents over Sunday. David Schafer will spend the holidays with friends at Montecello, Ind. John Lelsenfelt was in Chicago on business this morning. W. C. Daly made a short business trip to Valparaiso this afternoon. Roscoe Livingston went to Mount Vernon, 111., today where he will spend the holidays. J. O. Bowers, Mayor Becker and B. Layton were among the business men in Chicago today. Geo. Miller, Walter Sohl, Spot Blair and Charles Belman arrived in Ham mond yesterday from Wabash. They will spend the holidays with their parents in Hammond. Dave Emery will spend the holidays with friends at Cedar Rapids, la. Attorney Jack Courtwright of Elkhart, Ind., was in Hammond today on legal business. W. N. Charleston of Hammond left today for Indianapolis, Ind., where he will spend Christmas. J. D. Roberta will spend Christmas with friends in the state of Georgia. W. Strathmore of Indianapolis, Ind., transacted business in Hammond this afternoon. J. Arthur Davis will be the guest of friends at Richmond, Ind., during the holidays. , Frank Daniels of Hammond wll spend Christmas with friends at Indianapolis, Ind. Henry G. Merrill, who has been sick for the past two weeks, left yesterday for Canada to visit his mother, Mrs. Charles Merrill, for a week or ten days. H. M. Smith left today for Kokomo, Ind., where he will spend the holidays. Frank Shine made a short business trip to Crown Point this afternoon. Attorney Hughes went to Muncie to day to spend Sunday with friends. R. M. Morgan will spend the holidays with frietnds at Muncie, Ind. W. C. Wierback of East Chicago was in Hammond this afternoon on his way to Muncie, where he will spend the holidays with friends. , The following gentlemen from East Chicago were in Hammond this after noon on their way to Muncie, where they will spend the holidays: Jack Thorpe. J. F. Powers, Howard Leonard and Anrdew Leonard. Adam a.nd John Hartman.will be the guests of friends at Delphi, Ind., dur ing the holidays - .'. J. C, Thora of the Fit Hugh Luther THE CITY Co. left today for Butler, N. T to spend the holidays with his parents. E. Meystart of Chicago, visited friends in Hammond this forenoon. J. O. Connel of Chicago, visited friend in Hammond this morning. Judge Jordan, ' who is on the sick list, is much improved today. Lewis Ellsworth of Montlcello. Ind. was in Hammond today on business. Elmer Marks of Cleveland, O.. was a business vi-itor in Hammond today. Wm. Evers and Elston Elliot spent this afternon with friends in Chicago. R. J. Ward of Chicago, spent this forenoon with friends in Chicago. Jack Walker went to Chicago this morning on a short business trip. Fred Vint of Lowell, was in Ham mond today on business. A. M. Miller was fn Chicago on busi ness this forenoon. B. Schroeder transacted business in Chicago this afternoon. Geo. Pohler of Huntington, Ind., spent today with Hammond friends. Ben Bell and Frank Prest spent to day in Chicago.' Raymond Shutler of Chicago, spent today with friends in Hammond. . P. J. Briggs Of Gary, Ind., was a visitor in Hammond this morning. James Paine will spend the holi days with friends in Rensselaer, Ind. Ralph AVood of Hobart, was the guest of friends in Hammond last evening. L. Hughes of Rockford, 111., will spend the holidays with friends in Hammond. C. B. Matthews of Cedar Rapids, la., was the guest of friends in Hammond this afternoon. J. L. Fisher left, today for for Rens selaer where he will spend the holi days with relatives. B. E. Conway of Marlon, Ind., will spend the holidays with friends in Hammond. M. A. Dobson was among the busi ness men in Chicago today. Wm. Mashino left today for Cham paign, 111., where he will spend the holidays. . SUBURBANS WILL SOON RUN 10 GARY Wabash Will Put On Sev eral Trains Daily Fare Reasonable. . Beginning next spring the Wabash railroad is planning to install a sub urban service between Hammond and Gary and Hammond and Chicago. Four to six trains each way are to be run daily and the fare is to be nom inal. The exact charge is to be 1.0 cents to Gary and 25 cents to Chicago with even a lower fare for commuters. The Wabash tracks run south of the business portion of Gary and directly through what is expected to be the best residence portion of the city and is sure to be one of the popular lines into the new steel town. Yesterday R. S. Greenwood, the Mich igan passenger agent of the Wabash railroad, spent the day In the Wabash office at Gary and in a conference with the representatives of the Land com pany decided upon the suburban serv ice. This will make excellent communica tion with the northern portion of Ham mond and East Chicago and will en able thousands of Gary people to live here until their own city is built. This news coming at the same time as the announcement that the Chicago, Cincinnati & Louisville 'railroad would soon install a suburban service is a guarantee of a better all around sub urban service for Hammond, for if the Lake Shore railroad does not meet this competition with a service as good it will have to go out of business. GRAXD BALL. . .You are cordially Invited to attend the first grand ball given by the Indi ana State Band at McHle's hall, Sat urday evening. Dec. 29. Good music will be furnished by D. A. Pugh's K. O. T. M. orchestra. 12-18-tf. NEW GRAND THEATER HERR SCHMIDT THE HUMAN PILLAR Positively the most sen sational act in vaudeville and eight other acts. There Is more catarrh In tula nation of th country than 1 other diseases put together and nut! the last few rears was supposed to re In curable. For great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly faflinsr to enre with local treatment, pronounced it Incurable. Sci ence has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Care, manufactured by F. I. Cheney & Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is the onb eoBStitatienAl cure on the market. It is takem Intern ally in doses from ten drops to a teaspoon fal It acta directly on the blood and mtico n tnrfaoes of the Byetem. They offer one hundred dollar for any case it falls to cwre. Send for circulars and testimonial. Address r- F J. CHENEY O. IWeda, Okia, Ta 'vrV": 7 HQfl far emsUstim. CHURCHJEHWCES CHRISTMAS SKKVICES. The people of the First Methodist Episcopal church will suitably cele brate the Christmas time by com munion services Sunday morning. Sermon and song service Sunday even ing, illustrated with stereoptic views. Monday evening, Sunday school con cert. First Methodist Episcopal church, 115 Russell street, Lewis S. Smith, pastor. Residence 134 Ogden street, Phone 2773. S:50 a. m. Sunday school, J. W. Reed superintendent. 11 a. m. Quarterly meeting, services by Rev. D. M. Wood. 1). D., presiding elder. Communion service. 2 p. m. Junior league, Theo. Moon, superintendent. 4 p. m. Brotherhood of St. Paul. 6:30 p. m. Epworth league. 7:30 p. m. Sermon on the. nativity by the pastor. Stereoptic illustrations Songs illum inated. A cordial welcome. Choir practice at 7:30 Saturday even ing. St. Paul Lutheran church, 117 Clin ton street. Theo. Ciaus, pastor. 10 a. m. German services. 2 p. m. English Sunday school. First ItaptlHt church. Rev. W. II. Jones, pastor,' 118 Russell street. The services throughout the day will be appropriate to the Christmas season. In the morning service the pastor will preach on the subject "The Coming of the Prince." In the evening there will be special music. The theme of the sermon will be "Our Royal Brother." The public is cordially welcome. Firnt Congregational cburch. Sinninger, pastor. Tomorrow services: 9:45 Sunday school. 11:00 Sermon to children and young people. 2:00 Training class examination. 6:30 C. E. 7:30 Preaching. Monday evening. Christmas exercises and graduation of training class. Wednesday evening, mid-week ser vice. A cordial welconm to you. Christian church, 416 Indiana avenue. C. J. Sharp, minister 750 Summer street. Phone 3451. Sunday school at 9:30. Communion and preaching service at 10:45. Sermon subject, "What Shall I Ren der Unto the Lord?" Preaching service at Whiting at 3:00 p. m. Junior Christian Endeavor 3:00 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30. Song and preaching service at 3:30 p. m. Sermon subject, "The One Year." Children's Christmas entertainment Monday evening. Prayermeeting Wednesday evening. All are cordially invited to attend any and all services. St. PauI'H EplNcopal church, 35 Rim bach avenue. Rev. Charles Albert Smith, rector. Telephone 1864. Fourth Sunday after Advent. Holy communion at 8:00. Morning prayer and sermon at 10:45. Evening prayer and sermon at 7:30. Sunday school at 9:30. Services Christmas day will be: Holy communion at 7:30. Holy communion at 10:00. First Presbyterian church, Warren Eugene Shlrey, pastor. Residence 36 Clinton street. Phone 2152. Sabbath school 9:45 a. m. Preaching by the pastor, 10:45 a. m. Subject, "The source of the Christmas Song." A Christmas sermon. Junior Endeavor, 3 p. m. Christian Endeavor, 6:45 p. m. 7:80, "The Christmas Story" in pic ture and song. Steriopticon. Monday, 7:30 p. m., Christmas enter tainment by the Sabbath school. All parents and friends of the school are In vited to enjoy the evening with the children. Tree and program. Midweek service Wednesday 7:20. Mark 12. CHRISTMAS CELEB RATI OX. The First Presbyterian church is to celebrate Christmas this year in three services. The pastor will preach a Christmas sermon tomorrow morning at 10:45 on the subject, "The Cause of the Christmas Joy." In the evening "The Christmas Story in Picture and Song" will be given through the new dissolv ing steriopticon purchased this week. A fine lot of new views appropriate to the occasion will be shown. The sing ing will be from the screen. Special selections will be rendered and an illus trated address given by the pastor. On Monday evening at 7:30 the Sabbath school will give its annual entertain ment. This is the children's treat for their friends and parents. A cordial invitation is extended to all and es pecially to strangers to enjoy these ser vices. A welcome awaits you at the Presbyterian church. REVIVAL MEETINGS. Plans are maturing for a stirring re vival meeting at the First Presbyterian church. Evangelistic singer, Leo W. Philips of Chicago, will have charge of the music, bringing with' him a book for use during the services. Mr. Philips will be here for Sabbath, Jan. 6, and continue for two weeks. This is the beginning date for the meetings. The public is invited to attend. , Mr. Philips will conduct a service of song each evening. He is a soloist of note as well as an experienced chorus lead er. All the musical talent in the church and congregation is invited to assist in a chorus choir to support Mr. Philips. His work will be as valuable as a course of vocal lessons. Remem ber the dates, Jan. 6 to 20. Come every evening if 'possible. Th Financial Xevra In The Lake County Time Is not only the latest, but Is authentic. The Lake County Times has the latest Sporting Xtwfc r l)m SUNDAY, DECEMBER 23 Harry Askin presents Chicago's reign ing Musical Success Having- scored the longest run ever made in Chicago 350 performances. WITH FRED MACE In the Title Role. And the same entire and superior company seen at the Grand Opera House. All the favorite song hits. S7 17 The CTeat foot baI1 fame. HiHi ,The pamous Broilers. The beauty chorus of sixty. 'PRICES: 25, 50, 75c and $1.00. Hello! Is this 2601, the Singer Sew- mg Machine Co? Tlense send up your Mr. Miller. A bousht one of the Department store machine not long ajeo and wish to exchange It for a SlaKer or A heeler 6 Wilson. This conversation I nearly an every day occurrance and shows plainly what kind of a machine these cheap makes are, on which the manufacturer even Is ashamed to put his name. The SInKer and Wheeler Wilson are both before the public for over 50 years. Uuy them at the start and you have a machine for a lifetime. Special prices for Christmas week and the choice if over 300 machines of all design. THE SINGER STORE 241 State Street HAMMOND, IND. Open every evening till 9:30. ooooooccococooocooooccon o O Firs class lirery la connection. Night calls promptly attended. C3 C) o o o o o () NICHOLAS EMM E RUNG Saccosor tit fcrtat At smrllaf 1 1 mi r". jo m tr co yi mn PRACTICAL EM BALM ER. Q 211 Sibley Street, Hammond, Ind. O . OCOOOCQOOCOCOCOOQCOCOCOO SPECIAL OFFERING NOW. Business and Residence lots in Morris Addition on Columbia Avenue, directly opposite the Standard Steel Car Company's Works. BUSINESS LOTS $500 AND UP. RESIDENCE LOTS $300, EASY TERMS. DIS COUNT FOR CASH. Six new brick houses on Summer street, for sale plan. ANNOUNCEMENT Henry Whitakcr wishes to announce to the public that he has" purchased the livery stock of C. II. Stewart at 203 Indiana avenue. Any one wishing to get rigs of him can have the same by calling telephone 1911. , , : , The flammond Daily Capacity, sV iSstabligbet) 20 l?cara THE RELIABLE HOUSE FOR . SMamonbs, tfine Matches, Jewelry anb Silverware, We have the largest stock of jewelry ever seen in, Hammond. The prices .are low and every article we sell is guaranteed. Inspection now invited. 150 Hohman Street Christmas Matinee and Night TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25 The greatest play of a decade A JOLLY AMERICAN TRAMP By the author, "A Poor Relation," ''Peaceful Valley," Etc. A splendid triumph of American Dra matic Genius Laughter bevond possible parallel! Thrilling, Inth'ralling, Entirely Novel! Replete with the most unique and sen sational situation! Splendid company, grand presentation 1 assessing all the elements of popu laritv. PRICES: Matinee, 10 and 25s; Kight 25, 35, 50 and 75c, Private ambulance ( ) Offioe opea night ( ) and day o C) o o o Q ci iirrr x -. .-. now ready for occupancy on the monthly payment Distilling Co. f 25,000 Gallons f ' ' "V HiJi t t 1