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Fridav, Dec, 27, 1907.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
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HAMMOND I
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Fhttme 2US3.
DB. W. H. DAVIS,
DE.VnsT.
Over Model Clothing Store.
(Special Notice Do not confusa thli
toOo with the Harvard Dentists, for 1
late In no way connected with then,
!nvr have been.
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Ocmt Equipped Repair Shop In the StaU
G. W. HUNTER
-AUTOMOBILE GARAGE
Compressed Air FREE
Bowser UasoIlD System
1 8. HOHMAN STREET
thOT 132. Huehn Block. Hommod, Ind
HOWARD STEVENS,
Open Sot Contract.
Painting, Paper Hanging
and Decorating.
OllAIMXCi A SPECIALTY.
My Motto: Good Work.
ESS State Line Street, - - - Hammond.
Telephone 1CUL.
We are now ready to do repairing of
liny description and all kinds ot machine
work. Steam forcing and general biack
Mnithingf. Tools and dies of all kinds.
ORNCRAL KNQINnGvlNJ.
ftor n1 ell"tfam and Gasolene Engine.
Boilrrs and Pumps.
RAYMOND MACHINE & FORGE WORKS
pti.i 3934 Factory. Mlchlrsn & Sohl St.
C. H. LUlH V1AN, Mgr.
During the next 20 days
Wo offer cash sales of artificial stone
at cost. Our stock embraces a
- wide variety of matclal suitable
for all classes of buildings.
the Lakh construction co
413 Hammoni Bfdg. Tel. 4751
KONG HONG- LO CO.
Cfeinese, American and European
RESTAinAST.
CMatsa Chop Suey. All Chinese dlahet
erved Is short order.
Cfclnei Goods Open from
and Tsa. 11 a. m. to 1. . m.
6- State Street. Karamond. Ind.
WoodhuII Ice Cream Co.
Mana'actnrers ot
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Frozen Creams, Fruit Ices, Etc
So. CUfcaffo, 250 92nd St., ' Phone 77
llummonl, 83 Stats Street, Phone IT9
W. AI. CHRISTEN
ARCHITECT AND BUILDINO SUPT
312 Hammond Building
HAMMOND
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rK OARY, 1ND.
Lois la Clary Perfect Title
$10 Monthly Payments
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Si . - x
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Via
Copyrig
A Christmas Gift.
Start the boy or girl right for the
New Year, by giving a present of a
Rank Hook with a small deposit a
oest ess as a starter.
ENCOURAGE THRIFT. CULTIVATE
BUSINESS HABITS.
THE CITIZEN'S
German National Bank
helps others, let it help you.
One Dollar Starts An Account. "
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Wifling Wholesale Liquor Co.
D5STR1UUTORS
WHITING, 1IND.
Do Not Let Any Dealer Insult Your
Intelligence
by offering you a su'ostitut.
ask for an article you hav
Verti.sed In this paper. We
when you i
seen ad
lo not fic-
cept advertisements
are not worthy of
for articles that
your patronage.
When you are convinced by oih
advertisements that the artieb
O!
P
these
what
you wis ), insist on getting it when
rh
J'OU
ask for it at your dealer's.
Avriiti !Milltutc! Get Whnt
AU For.
You
Vou ran write na trood a Iaxlfll
od am twiiy' pnper contnins, and there
ure Qine gooj ae, too.
Latest Events in
the Markets
FROVISI
NEW YORK STOCK FhARKET
Descrip.
A tch isu n . .
Am S'ugar.
Am Car . . .
Am Copper.
Am Smelt.
Am Iicijia.
An a fori da
li & O
lirouk R T.
C & G V. .
Che & O. .
C F & I...
Col South.
Corn l'dtn..
Cotton oil . .
t'ansul I'ac.
l-nver cm
Open
!)
o;
3 3i
2i
3.1 S
3'J
1 'J a
1 1
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1
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114,a
47
122
2-i
Close
T.I U;
lOo 4
;j, 0 4
47 4
7o 4
0 o
" 2; - S,
1
334
7 4
3;
PS-1
214
1 1
2" 4
1 5tj u,
20 4
21
164
3 4 4
116 4
51
122
2i
0 2
i)
1 4 4
25
56
4 6 4
39 4
SI
1184
26
704
1104
1 8 4
4 4
65 4
154
204
73 4
13
104 U
118 4
26 4
87 4
154
34
55
cent;
Idstlllers ..
Erie cm . . .
Erie 1st...
tit North..
Ot Nor Ore.
Ill Central.
K C S om . . .
Do pid
L & Nash . . .
Mfx Cent
M K & T cm
Do pfd...
Mis Pac
Nat Lead . . .
N Y Cent...
2 iJ
b'j .4,
4G
31 i
11 G
3 J 4
'.'14
118
26 4
79 4
ll'J
19
!-4
65 4
15 4
734
13
104 s;
118 4
26 4
874
10 4
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8t
114 4
26
79 4
10S4
Us 4
:14
65 4
15
714
12 4
lul 4
1 1 5 4
2 5 4
86 4
' i)4
544.
2 per
Nor I 'ho.
Pacific Mall. 2P4
Pf-oples Jas. 73',
Pentisyl. . ..10s
I'rcs.s Strcl. 1 ;
Koadir.f? 'J2'i
K I & S pf. CoV-i
1 tools Ifcl cm. 13
Rubber 20V
South Pac. 72 '
So lty cm. . . 12'":
St. Paul. . . .101 Vz
I'nlon Pac. 11 6
U US Steel.. 25
Do pW
VI rp Chem. 15
Wahash era. 10
Wis Cen Pf. 8 4
West Union. 55
r.5
Kx-dlvldendB Pmelter,
Plscuit, 14 Pr cent.
COTTON MARKET.
Month
Dec. .
.Tan.
Mar. .
May .
July ,
Open
.1085a
.1023
.1046
.1054
.1052
Hi. aril I'.'W
74 '7S
l'"J-4, i'02
3'4 2'."-!
4 7-s JP'1
7 0 4 6 7
25l-8 :i4
2i
81'.. M'' 4
iij4 27",
214
11 11
2 1 4 2 1
1502 1;.J
2u 2'i 4
2 S 2i
1 6 p; 7(i
114 1134
ol4
123 122
1)2 fiOU
14 4 H4
25 25
0 (j 55 -i
4 7 4 44
Hlprh Low Close
1112 1015 1111-12
1042 101H 1141-42
1063 . 1042 P67-68
1072 1047 1071-72
1069 1045 106S-6D
GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET
Month Open High Low Close
Wheat
Dee. ..98 4 99 4 9Si PS 4
May ..1054 107 1054 lo6-4a
July ..93 4 4 99 4 98 4 98'. 4ax
Corn
Dec. ..58 584 574 54
May ..5.8 4 4 514 58 4 4 5i4 4 4
July ..574-4 57 4 5 7 4 4 5 7 4b
..4S4b 49 4 48 4 4 9a
May ..53 4 4 53 4 53 V 54
July ..474a .... .... 47 4
Pork
Jan. .. 1242n
May ..1315 1320 1305 1305
Lard
Jan. ..767 772 787 7C2b
May ..7S0-S2 785 7S0 7S0a
Ribs
Jan. ,.C70 672 662-65 665a
May ..705 710-12 702 702
l'UODl'Ci: MARKETS.
Chicago, Dec. 27. Aside from the
poultry market there was little trading
of importance on South Water street.
Dealers had stocked up pretty well dur
ing the early days of the week and
they had enough supplies on hand so
as not to nesessitate their coming
down today. In the poultry market
supplies were small and prices for live
chickens and ducks were advanced 4c.
There was little Inquiry for turkeys,
and prices of these remained un
changed. Quotations on round lots
ranged:
Putter Receipts, 3,539 tubs; cream
eries, extras. 23c; price to retail deal
ers, 30e; prints. 31c; firsts, 24 a 26c;
seconds, 20ijr21c; ladles. No. 1. 19c;
renovated, extras, 2.1c; firsts, 20c; dai
ries, extras, 25c; firsts. 21c; seconds,
17i('18c; packing stock, 175; 174c.
Eggs Receipts, 3.485 cases; miscel
laneous grade, eases returned. 15'ulSc;
cases included, 15(i'lS4e: ordinary
firsts, 18 If-18c; firsts, packed in new
whitewood cases and 45 per cent fresh,
22c; prime firsts, packed in new 30-doz
whitewood cases and must be 50 per
cent fresh. 24c; extra, packed especially
for the city trade and must be 70 per
cent fresh. 27c; dirties. No. 1, 14j; 154e;
refrigerator eggs, extras, 20c; firsts,
184419c; ordinary firsts, 16',fl7e.
Potatoes Receipts. 40 cars; choice to
fancy. 65 $5.10; fair to good. 50 'i 5;-ic.
Sweet potatoes Illinois. $ 1.00 U 1.25.
Veal Quotations for calves in good
order were as follows: 50 to 60 , lbs
weight. 5W6c;
80 to 100 lbs. 7
fio to 80 lbs. 6!j 7 4c;
4 i 1 9c.
Dressed beef No. 1 ribs, 15 40; No. 1
loins. 18c; No. 1 round. 84c; No. 1
chuck. 7c; No. 1 plate, 5 4c.
Live poultry Turkeys, per lb. 11c;
chickens, fowls. 9c; springs, 9c; roest
ers. 54c; geese, $5.00 'j? 7.00 ; ducks. 9c.
Game Snipe, jack., per doz. J1.75C
2.00c- sand. $1.25; plover, golden, per
doz, 1$1.50; grass. $1.25; bear, carcass,
hide on. $20.00 li 35.00; . cubs, hide on.
$5.0'i 15.00; bear saddles, per lb. 15c;
bear carcass, hide off. per lb. 12 4e;
rabbits, good large. 75c T? $$1.25 per
doz; opossum, each. 25'i4V.
Fruit Apples. $2. 00 'til. 00 pr brl;
$1.00'd2.00 per bu; bananas, jumbo, per
bunch. $1.75; straigiit. $1.50; culls. 85c
4t $1.25; bouquets. 60'- v".c. lemons, I
$1,50 4(2.25; oranges. $1.75 a 4.25; pine-I
apples. $3.25 per crate; grapes. I3:'il4e;
per 4 -lb basket. !
Perries Cranberries, Cape Cod. $5.00 !
W7.00 per brl; boxes. 1 bu. Jerseys, I
$2.005f2.50; strawberries. Florida. 75c '
per qt; California, per pt. 20c. ;
Beans Pen beans. hand picked, i
choice. $2.125 2.15; common to fair,
$1.00 IV 1.85; red kidney, per bu, choice,.
$1.S5 U 1.9'1 ; lower grades, depending on
qualitv, $ 1.50 a" 1.75 ; brown Swedish..
$$1.90 ii 2.00; off grades. $1.50$: 1.80; li
mas. California, per 100 lbs. $5.50 J?
5.624; to arrive, spot. $6.00.
Green vegetables Beets. $2.00173.00
per brl; cabbage. 65c a" $1.00 per brl:
carrots. 3541 50c per sack; cauliflower.
i s.i ?.?5 ner crate: celerv. 35c '. J3.50
per crate; ciu ui.,.'ei. .,. : e
ecrnlant. $l.50d2.50 per crat
P
r do 7,;
garlic.
5'ij 6c per lb; horseradish. 65c per I i
lettuce, $1.00 W 4.50 per brl; leaf. I:
17 4C per crate; mushrooms. 15
per dox; peppers. $3.00 3" 3.25 per c
.,irifr. 12. 'it 15c per doz: radi
rate;
-hes.
homo grown, 10 ooc
beans, green. $3.oo per
s.va ih. $2. 00 V 2.25 per
ner bu; spinach,. 60.
per doz; string
box; wax. $2.5i:
brl ; onions, 4 5
c per tub: tcma-
toes 'Sl.75CM.00 l'"-'r
rate; turnips, 40 !
per
sack; watercress. 10v
per
uor.
WEATHER FORECAST.
in
inois. Indiana. Missouri and Wis-i
oor.sfr. Partly cloudy and coaler to
r.'.iit and Saturday.
U-wer Michigan Showers turning
to sr.ow Hurries and colder t might;
I Saturdav partly cloudy and colder.
Minnesota Partly
cloudy ton'ght
and Saturday; colder tonight with
cold
and
wave northwest.
Iowa Generally fair
Saturday; colder tor.igt
central Saturday.
North Dakota Partly
and Saturday; warmer
tonlgrht
and east
and
cloudy tonight
northwest to
Ihiht.
(0 E "Hi
QMS
Special Wire to
7 be TIMES
GEAIN MARKET.
Ciiicaeo. IK e.
Vi.-:it. P-'O; corn
22. hrud.
Chi' -a go, l.'ec. 2
morrow: What,
171: hof-'s. 2", 000
-Carlots
; oats. ;
today
67; hugs,
42:
. Estimated cars t -45;
corn, 1ST; oats,
h-ad.
(
ir.
'i;i'Hg"., I)cC.
:us: Wi.t-iit,
vioas week.
27. Argentine ship-la.-1
Week, 32",00i) ,u;
152.0 (m.i bu; last vcar.
2ii',000 lu. Corn,
hi; pr " !.'is wnk
y-ar, 1,113.00' bu.
CLicatro. Inc. 27.-W'h.-at
and Hour 267,
bu; o.'it., 400 bu.
last
66
week, 8L)4,0'.ii)
i.'.'uo bu; last
-t iaranc
J 00 bu; cu
today
Nurt Invest Cars,
I This week LilSt Wet
IPuluth Ill 110
I Minneapolis . 242 K2V
k Iast Yr.
;5
371
iJO
Ship.
33i.0i'M
20 :.u'
1 9 2.0o(.i
60 4.O1K1
Cljicago PJO 22
1'rlmnry 5Iorkcti.
Jleceipts.
Wheat, today
Last week.
I-ast year
Coin, today
La pt week
Last year
03,000
68 5,000
818.000
721.000
. . . :8.ooo
.I,o25,oo0
4 2lOOO
422,000
LIVE STOCK MARKETS.
Union Stock Yards. Dec. 27. Hos re
ceipt.", 22,000 ; left over, 5,500; market
5c higher. Lierht, ?4.10 to 4.5o; mixed
and iie.ivy, 4.15 to 4.60; rnugli, $4.15
to 4.25.
Cattle receipts. ."..500
Sheep receipts. 11.000;
Omaha 5,70
Kansas City, ...8,0o0
market weak,
market steady.
Cattle Sheep
1.200 2.000
1,500 1,000
Union Stock Yards, Dec. 2
close 10 to loo higher. Light.
4.60; mixed and heavy, 4.25
roufjh. $4.25 to 4.35.
Cattle slow; sheep stead'.
'. Hops
$4.25 to
to 4.70;
LIVERPOOL MARKET.
Liverpool, Dec. 27. Wheat opened
three-eighths to one-half higher; corn
one-rjuarter higher.
Liverpool, Dec. 27, 1:30 p. m. Wheat
one-quarter to three-eighths lower;
corn one-quarter lower.
Liverpool, Dec. 27. Wheat closed
one-eighth lower; corn one-quarter
higher.
HEAED ON THE B0UESE.
Joseph Union Pacific stands out as
a bargain. Further se'ling pressure
will be put on sugar, sell it on all
tallies. On steadiness buy copper and
keep long some steels.
Chicago Barrell : Prices have re
sponded to the bullish news and bear
ish advices have bten almost entirely
overlooked.
Logan Markets get congested eas
ily on any little break and for this
f?cson we think buyers who take ad
vantage of the soft spots will get in
right.
Prlngle We continue to advise buy
ing wheat.
Brown We do not expect an active
market for the next few days as holi
day conditions will probably exist.
Melntyre The best that can be ex
pected is a narrow irregular traders'
market with probability of prices go
ing somewhat lower before there Is
any upturn of importance.
Miller The market is so highly pro
fessional that immediate opinions aro
not particularly valuable. Tne stand
ard stocks. Union and Reading, how
ever, seem to hold well.
Pick We expect the market to con
tinue quiet and irregular until after
January payments preparations have
been completed and New Year's Day is
past.
The necessities of the bank end scar
city of money will prevent buying.
On the Other hand we doubt that there
will be much selling except that which
professional traders may do for short
account.
Ridgely The market Is so dull there
is not much to say. Think purchases
either for investment or on margins
should be made. Perons who buy out
right will do better by taking the
speculative shares than those of the
conservative properties for example.
Union or Brooklyn Rapid Transit will
prove much more profitable than Penn
sylvania or stocks of that class. We
are reliably informed that the banks
are in splendid shape and the only
thing to prevent very cheap money
within next month or so is the demand
of the railroads.
Financial Bureau Union will meet
strong support toward 113, Southern
Pacific 70, Rending 92 and then S9.
Northern Pacific and Great Northern
113. We would buy these stocks
toward the supports and protect by
stop orders. Liquidation may continue
in Pennsylvania, New York Central,
Missouri and St. Paul, the technical
position not being good nor the in
formation on New York Central, St.
Paul and Pensylvania favorable. The
loom hammers copper. Copper Smelters
and Steel's because of industrial reac
tion talk.
REAL ESTATHRANSFERS
Section 11-36-9 W Undivided 1-5
of e 5 ac es s H se V4 se :4 : w
5 acres s se J se ; Toieston
Lot 34. block 11. Logan Park
addition, Erhardt Schiller to
Frank Schiller $ 2
Same as in foregoing deed. Her
man Luger to Frank Schiller. . 2
Same as Ui forego! rtgn deed, Sophia
Otl to Frank" Schiller 2
Section Il-hr;-? W Undivided 1-10:
5 acres s
se
acres s
1..
se se Vi ; Toieston
lock 11. Uisan Park
ugust Koch, to Frank
L t 34.
ndditlon
c!. :;;r . . .
Same ns in t
Gutenkunpt
Section 22-34
jregoing deed. Bertha
to Frank Schiller..
-1 W Part s Ji sw
L. Magdalena
Scheidler to Ragn-
hild Paver -550
In addition U the foregoing trans
fers there have been riled for record
3 mortgages. 2 releases and 4 miscel
laneous instruments.
Love's Balances.
To tho heart there are no insignifi
cant events; it magnifies" all things;
it puts In the same balance the fajl of
an expire and the fall ot a woman's
glove, and oftentimes the glov? out-
- j wei
ghs the empire- Dalac.
CLASSIFIED WANT ADS.
YOU can tell your wants j
to 50,000 individuals For a sm all amount
through a TIMES want ad
RA1E 1IK1.I WAJfTKIl.
WANTED Port,r. A"p!v La:-U
. " l:
WANTKP Piaoksxr
Co., East Ciacatf.
1 1 ii. Fanu
, lr.d. 12-
Mfa'
WANTED "or V. S. Army: Able
bodied men. unmarried, between t&e
atres of 21 and i5; of good character
and temperate habits, who can speak,
read and write English. Men wanteJ
I .or service in cuoa. t or ir.lorma-
. tlon apply at Itecruitlng Office. !:
i.ate street Tlammoml Tn.i nr 111
touth State street. Chicago. 111. 7-S-tf
FILUALi; UEI.l-
WANTED :-5 expel
Sf'is for patiri- ta
pb-.s and gattierina-, a!
Apply at once, ". .
12-27-21
ierued bit
sImt Nooks,
o Kills, to 1
dery
.; In -
.11 : 1 .
Co.
. Co:, key
WANTED Ciri
lii r
Ken
tv. 1 lio-.;
;h. Ai'P
1 U'ilgO,
.-eW-l li
. v 4 2 ! J
1 2-2'i-;i
v 110 e:i u sum
i Engii;
East Ci
Magoun
a vea ae.
" A NT E ! C. ill f or
Apply 27:3 Sibley.
leliel'il housework.
-12-21-tf
WANTED Ciood girl to do housework;
good wages. Aj.piy M. lull. 4;th St.
and iorsytu ave., East Chicuwo. 20-lf
VOK SAUL.
PGR SALE Cheap. 7 million feet
sheeting and ail sizes joints and tim
bers, now t.. mar w recked, from Ham
mond Packing Oo.'s beet house, llalii
niond, and irum elevator in Cntcayo.
J. C Puei, 7ol'0 Stonv Island avenue,
Chicago; piioiic 11 do Park 105'J. 23-tf
POU SALE
as new, el:
00 Edison records, good
a p. Call evenings or
s-unuays. 4:21
Oilman. 12-21
.uugouii avenue. . 11.
6t
OR SALE At a bargain, 50 toot lot
in residence district on south side
of Hammond; owner wants cash at
once. Photic 4622. 12-13-tf
rOH HKCT.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for lltrltt
housekeeping. L'oy Michigan aAonue.
12-27-lt
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping at No. 9 Slate
street, upstairs. 1 2-27-2t
FOR RENT Eh
bath and g-'s.
nuo. 12-27-31
ht room house with
Apply 3 46 Alice ave-
FOR RENT One large furnished
room; steam heat and bath. 130
Russell street. 1 2-26-tf
FOR RENT Nice six
bath. Apply at Mrs,
Lewis street. 12-26-3t
room fiat with
A. llink, 224
FOR RENT Six
quire 340 Alice
room cottage,
avenue. 1 2-24-
1 11
FOR RENT Restaurant. Uegewisch;
good location. Apply Nells Nielson.
13400 Ontario avenue. 12-24-3t
FOR RE NT
Call at 305
12-24-tf
Six room fiat with bath.
State Line, near Douglas.
Foil RENT Light housekeeping rooms
in most pleasant residence part of
citv; nicely furnished, with all conveni
ences. Phone 3401. 12-24-3t
FOR RENT Eight room lower flat at
4 5 Doty street; all modern conveni
ences. Apply 41 Doty street. 21-6t
FOR RENT Three nicely furnished
rooms with gas. Call 278 Michigan
avenue. 12-21-tf
FOR RENT Furnished room; light,
heat and bath; gentleman preferred.
Call 427 Sibley street. 11-23-tf
FOR RENT 75 acres of good farming
land; three miles from Hammond. J.
A. Gavit, First National bank, Ham
mond. 12-16-tf
SITUATION' WANTED.
WANTED Situation by young married
man, where a fair education and
ability count; experienced at corres
pondence. What have you; references.
Address X. Y. Z., Lake County Times.
12-27-6t
WANTED Middle aged woman wants
housework in Hammond; can take
charge of house. Mrs. Brown, 6309 El
lis avenue, Chicago. 12-26-4t
WANTED Situation. An experienced
carpenter 50 years of age wants em
ployment at his trade, or as Janitor,
caretaker or watchman; best of ref
erences. Apply G, Lake County Times.
12-9-tf
WANTED Position as bookkeeper or
clerk by man of experience especially
In railroad work and wholesMe meat
business; quick and accurate at figures;
gilt edged references. Address F,
Lake County Times. ll-30-tf
LOST Ar"D KOILMY
LOST Between 715 East State and the
lake Shore station, ladies' gold watch
and gold fob; monogram E. 11. H. on
back. Finder please return to Times
ofllce and receive reward. 12-27-3t
LOST Twelve baskets on Hohman St.
or Conkey avenue or at Standard
Steel Car Co. Return to Lewis & Eet
tig. East Chicago. l2-27-2t
LOST Small pocketbook, containing
$2.30. Finder please return to Times
office; reward. 12-26-3t
LOST Black pocketbook, containing
money order receipts. B. P. O. E.
book. Eagles book, union bock, jour
nevmen pluniber and $5 note. Finder
can keep $5 for return of pocketbook
and contents. W. C. Conger. 236 State
street, Hammond, Ind. 12-2t5-i't
FOUND Masonic charm. Owner can
have same by calling at Times office
and paying ad charges. 12-24-tf
LOST On Nov. "0 a pug dog. named
Carlo. $5 reward for return to 313
Indiana avenue. 12-23-6t
LOSTV- One automobile Jack between
Webb street and Stallbaum's. Lib
eral reward for return to R. H. Mcllle.
618 South Hohman street. lt-5-tf
PEKSU5ALS.
rEP.fOXAb George B. Sheerer has
moved his law office to the first floor
of the Knotts building, rear of super
ior court building, entrance on Muen
ich court. Phone 135 12-21-lut
Does your sewing nacntne need re
pairing? If so. call up C. V. Miller, ttxt'
tewing machine expert. 241 En at Stt
treet; phone 2601
RTER ni EXCHANGE
FOR EXCHANGE About 70 pounds
live geese feathers for what have
you. Address Box S--37, Lake County
Times. IS
FOR EXCHANGE Any part of 1200
acre good farm land for city resi
dence and an interest in a complete
stock of merchandise, or will take b.ofjl
well located. Address Box L.-41, L.ke
County Times. 16
FOR EXCHANGE Hand painted china
for what have you? Address Box W
27, Lake County Times. 15
FOR EXCHANGE One hundred fet
iron fencing, good as new, for house
bold furniture. Address Box P-22, Lake
County Times. KJ
FOR EXCHANGE Light wagon foi
cutter. Address Box T-32, - Lake
County Times. 15
NOTICE.
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NOTICE. ! I
to receive Public Funds on ! j
Proposal?
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j i vided fjr ly an Act or
I Aksi mblv of the State of i
Public Pun. Is. their'
;e ke pisir. etc . approved 1
P.!!7. effective Dec. 1st. 1&07. !j
!. 1 proposals wiH be re-';
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City of Ha
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mil' n !. Ind.. on ti.e 2'th day j
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Council Cliambers of the City :
f said City. I
By uruer
12-4
I tile Board of Finance.
J. D. SM ALLEY.
Secretary.
i NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Notice is hereby give to the share- I
; l.ol li rs of the Citizens German National j
Hank of Hammond, Indiana, that an I
; election will be held at the banking:
1 rooms of said bank on Jan. 14. ISoS. t
It 'tween the hours of 10 a. rn. and 4 p. i
m.. for the purpose of electing seven j
1 directors for the ensuing year. j
C. C. SMITH. President.
G. M. E D E IT, Cashier.
1 2-1 2-30
NOTICE.
Hammond, lud.. Doc. 9. 1907.
To t ho Public: 1 wisli to announce
that the firm of Fardel S. Hosteller
and Henry Isfort has been dissolved
and 1, the undersigned, will not be
responsible for any bills oontructed
under the name ot Hosteller and la
fort, from this day forward.
All bills now outstanding Will be
reeei ed and receipted tor by Daniel
Hostetler or Henry Isfort.
HENRY ISFORT.
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notice for proposals for de
posit OF PUBLIC FUNDS.
Notice is hereby given that the North
Township Board of Finance of Lake
County. Indiana, will, between the
hours of 10 a. m. and 3 p. m. on the
2.th day of December. 1907, at Trus
tee's office in the Superior Court Build
ing at Hammond, County of Lake, and
State of Indiana, receive written pro
posals from banks and trust companies,
subject to examination by the State
of Indiana or by the United States, and
having their place of business in this
State, for the receipt of a maximum
amount of putdic funds on deposit, as
provided for in an act of the General
Assembly of Indiana, entitled "An Act
concerning public funds, their deposit
and safe keeping and the collection
of interest thereon; creating Boards
of Finance and defining their powers,
duties and procedure, prescribing pun
ishment for violations, prescribing
(Vhcr. said act shall take effect, and
repealing laws in contlict," approved
March 9. 1907. and being Chapter 222
of the Acts of 1907, page 391. Said
funds, to be deposited consist of the
public funds of North Township, Lake
County, Indiana. All proposals, per
sonal and surety company bonds must
be executed according to official form
prepared under tho provisions of the
above statute. Personal or surety'com
pany bonds, or collateral bonds as se
curity, must accompany proposals.
The Township Board of Finance,
North Township, Lake County, Indiana.
By CHARLES CHICK,
President
Attest:
L. II. MATTERN, Secretary.
FEARS ANOTHER STRIKE
Postal Telegraph Company
Asks Employes to Sign
New Contracts.
Chicago, Dec. 27. Fearing another
strike of commercial telegraphers when
the republican national convention
opens next June, the telegraph com
panies are taking steps to stamp out
all agitation among their employes.
The Postal company is asking each
employe to sign a contract containing
the following clause:
"I"am not a member of any union
and I hereby agree not to join any
union or any other organization hos
tile to the interests of said company,
while in its employ.'-
The employes were told it was not
compulsory on them to sign the con
tract, but they were given a hint that
it might be well to do so If they wished
to remain in the service.
Secretary Wesley Russell of the
Telegraphers' union said yesterday that
the Western Union company had cut
off the 10 per cent increase in wages
granted last spring. He declared that
he personally knew men in tha Chicago
office who have been reduced as much
as $32.50 a month since the strike
ended. One man, he said, who at
tended only two union meetings dur
ing the strike, was reinstated at a re
duction of $16 a month and told he had
been "too active" during tho strike.
"We are not discussing our plans at
this time," said Secretary Russell, "but
we are not through with the companies.
They are discriminating against our
members to such an extent that it
will force us into another fight, and
next June would be an opportune time.
Both companies have an understanding
not to keep in their employ any. man
who was at all active in the recent
strike."
Both companies declare there is no
discrimination, but that the introduc
tion of machines and the loss of busi
ness have made it impossible to hire
a great number of their former em
ployes. Names of Newspapers;
a loose application of language
Is it
to apply the wcrd "journal" to a puh -
lication issued every week or month? ;
Probably cot, since the idea of the !
word seems to have been that the '-,
news sheet was a diary, a record ox I
day-by-day events, rather than that It '
appeared daily itself. The very first;
regular newspaper, indeed, 13 consid-;
ered to have been tho Frankfurter
Journal, which appeared in 1515 as a
weekly publication. If newspapers
were competed to adhere with literal ,
ar-riiMrv tn rhedr fitlpQ nit "?a7Pttp;"i
woi:!d sell for one cent, since that i3
what "gazette" originally signified.
The Venetian Gazetta of the sixteenth,
century, the parent of all the "ga
zettes." took its name from a coin o!
about that value. .
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Have ou made an v
PLANS?
If Not, Wli.v Not?
There are jtin as ood things intended for you as for
your neighbor. Your neighbor has Kur.1r.1eu up all
small debts and cot thorn in or e. I low did he do it?
JIOWUOWIIO MOM-Y
from the Chicago Discount Co. and paid a'l creditors.
Ye will make you a loan in the same m.ir.ner, if you
have Furniture, Piano. Horses, Was or. or other per
sonal propert-y and you can repay us in small weekly
or monthly payments. All
PRIVATE AND CONilDI-NTIAL
Ca'.l, write it phone. Our representative is sent to
your home upon request.
CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO.
- 133-40 Commercial Ave. - - - SOUTH CHICACO
"V v Koom 200. Tel. So. ChftO. 10.
upen Mon., Thurs. and Sat. Eves till V. We close other Eves, at 6-
a.ViHMirrrtiriiilji rn"
The First National Bank
With its $100, COO Capital and its $65,000 earned surplus and
undivided profits, its allairs managed by men of experience and
financial standing", offers to its patrons the highest degree of
safety in the transaction of their business.
Our new banking- quarters, situated on one of the city's best
corners, in a building owned by the President and one of the
directors, occupied by the bank tinder a long and favorable lease,
offers to its patrons all that can be desired in an up-to-date Bank
home.
Especial invitation is given those who wish to start a savings
account, upon which we will pay you 3 per cent, annually on
$1.00 or more. Give us a trial. We believe we can please yea.
W. C. BELMAN, Cashier.
IF YOU ARE SICK AND DISCOURAGED AND HAVE ABOUT
GVEN UP ALL HOPE OF EVER BENIG V7ELL AGAIN, CALL IN AND
TELL ME ABOUT IT. I HAVE CURED MANY SUCH. IF I CANNOT
HELP OR CURE YOU. I WILL TELL YOU SO PROMPTLY AND
CHARGE YOU NOTHING FOR THE ADVICE.
physician cannot cure, call and consult me. If I cannot handle your
case successfully I will tell you so promptly and charge nothing for
the advice.
STOMACH TROUBLES ru feel depressed after meals, with
a bloated condition of the stomach and bowels, with belching gas, I
can give you prompt relief and a thorough cure.
DISEASES OR IVIEIV.
MEN You are to he the fathers of the coming generation, LIKE
BEGETS LIKE Don't be guilty of handing down to your off-Spring
diseases or weaknesses brought on by your own visciousness or Ignor
ance. If you have already made those mistakes come to me, I know
how to advise and cure you.
DISEASES OF7 WOMEN
Women and girls suffering with ill health are at a -great disad
vantage, being unfit to become companions, sweethearts, wives or
mothers'. If you want to become healthy and happy come to me, I
will advise you free.
TIRED FEELING 1 find so niany people who complain of being
tired from every little exertion, or they are more tired in the morning
than after a day's work. Many of those do not sleep well, but are con
tinually being disturbed by dreams. I can always help those cases
promptly and cure them in a short time.
NERVOUS DISEASES-1 treat the various phases of nervous dis
eases in men and women. If you are troubled with Loss of Memory,
Despondency, Weakness, Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Aversion to
Society, Softening of the Brain, Insanity, Insane Feeling, Suicidal Ten
dency, or any other disease of the brain and nervous system. Call and
I will tell jou what can be done for you.
MODESTY Many times people suffer untold agony from ailments
of which through modesty they dare not speak to their physician. I
will say to all such, if you have any disease or ailment that you don't
want the world to know about, call in and tell me about It. You can
depend on getitng the best possible advice and treatnent, and every
thing will be strictly confidential.
BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES treated with remarkable results.
EPILEPTIC FITS I have cured many cases.
CATARRH 1 treat Catarrh in the most rational way by correct-
; mg
the blood.
CONSTIPATION AND PILES
KIDNEY DISEASE If have any fliSculty with your Kidneys
or Bladder call and get my opinion.
RHEUMATISM 1 tre:it Rheumatism very successfully.
PURE MEDICINES I furnish all medicines so that I may know
them to be pure anu just what I want my patients to have.
OSce Hours 8 to 12 a.
day Hours, 9 to 12.
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Dr. J. F". RUCKEL, The Specialist
Qver Gaiety Theater, 9207 Commercial Ave., Near 92nd. St. So. Cbiea-o
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A. M. TURNER, President.
I have been asked many times
why I located here instead of
down toAvn in the main business
center. I considered that matter
well eleven years ago, and de
cided that I could get all the pa
tients here that I could attend to.
and have proven such to be the
fact. I could do no more if down
town. My expenses are so much
less here that I can afford to treat
people for about one-half the
amount I would be compelled to
charge them if down town; be-
sides, South Chicago is now large
enough bo that it has become an
independent business center, with
a great future before it.
Uelow I mention a few of the
more common ailments which I
treat, not having room for all.. If
you have any disease that your
treated and cured.
1 :30 to 5, and 7 to 8 :30 p. n. Sun-
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