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Saturday, rA'pril 11, 1903.
THE TIMES. 1 O.N.EV" LOANED on good security such as Furniture, Pianos and other personal property QUIETLY ana QUICKLY. CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO 9133-40 Commercial Ave. South Chicago Room2C0. T el. So. Chicago 104 Open Monday. Thursday and Saturday - evenings until y P. M. HAMMOND BUSINESS DIRECTORY Dr. C. 0. Cline, rJ OSTEOPATH. ' Has oDened offices In ROOM 810 IIA5IMOXD BTJILDIICO. Treats acuto and chronic diseases. Six Years of Practical Kxperience. Graduate of Kirksvllle. Mo, under T. A. STILL. Best Equipped Repair Shop In the Stat G. W. HUNTER AUTOMOBILE GARAGE Comprassed Air FREE Bowser Gasoline System 01 S. HOnMAJf STREET Phone 122. Huehn Block. Hammond, Ind HOWARD STEVENS, Open fot Contracts. Painting, Paper Hanging and Decorating. GRAINING A SPECIALTY. My Motto: Good Work. 183 State I-Ine Street, ... Hammond. Telephone 1091. During the next 20 days We offer cash sales of artificial stone at cost. Our stock embraces a wide variety of material suitable for all classes of buildings. THE LAKE CONSTRUCTION CO 413 Hammond Bids:. Tel. 4751 K0HG HONG LO CO. Cklneae, Axjerlcaa and Euroyean RESTAURANT. Chines Chop Suey. All Chines dishes served In short order. Chinese Goods Open from and Tea. 11 a. m. to 1. a. m. 1 State Street. Hammond, lad. Woodhull Ice Cream Co. Mcnuficturers of Frozen Creams, Fruit Ices, Etc So. Chicago, 250 92nd St., Phono 77 fefammoni, 85 Stats Street, Phone 177 CASTLEMAN & JONES GARY, IND. Lots in Gary Perfect Titiea $10 Monthly Payments CARTER & WELLS Proprietors of the tp-to-Date CEMTRAL LIVERY STABLE! 540 Trorjia atesue. Telephone S3. JLJf sMt 1 u h There Is Comfort tVTJEX A MAX'S SALARY STOPS Through sickness, failure of bis em . ployer, or a suspension of business, to f,eel that you have something t fall back on lo. your hour of trouble. ' Put a small amount each ireek in sav Insrs la a good, reliable savings bank, like the 'Citizens' German National Bank OXB DOLLAR STARTS A SAV1XGS ACCOUNT. Ask the Man ! If you should ask any intelli gent Lake County Man, how to make your advertising ap propriation do you the most good in Lake County, the re ply undoubtedly would be: Place it with the Times because in Hammond, Lake County and Calumet Region nearly everybody reads the Times. Guaranteed Circulation Daily over 1 O, O O O. Employs No Collector. The beauty about my surgical prac tice," hummed the mosquito, "is that I always put in my bill at the time of the operation." latest Events In the Markets FRO HEW YORK STOCK MARKET Descrip. Open Atchison ... 764 Am Sugar.. 126 Am Car..... (3 Am Copper.. 5ST4 Am Smelt.. 704 Am Locom.. 45 High 764 12S 33 59 71 Low 76 125 V 33 . 53 69 Close -76 125 33 53 69 -45 36 89 20 84 47 32 23 27 153 21 31 17 34 24 124 -58 9 101 16 24 58" 44 56 98 126 27 117 195 18 68 15 28 73 118 27 18 127 33 98 10 17 Anaconda . . 37'i 37a 36 20 20 ' 85 $4 47 46 Am iod pi. Am Wool B & O Brook R TV, 89 20 So Ches & O... 32 C F & I... 24 Col South.., 27 Canad Pac. 154 Cent Leath. 217, 24 27 154 21 32 18 35 124 58 10 "ii" 23 45 56 98 126 lis 106 68 15 28 74 119 27 128 34 98 ii" 23 27 153 21 31 17 34 mstniers . Erie com. Erie 1st.. Erie 2nd.. Grt North. 32 17?4 .35 24 .124 Gt Nor Ore.. 57 9 Interboro L & Nash. .101 Mex Cent... 16 M K. & T cm 24 Ta Do pfd... 58 y2 Mis Pac... 44 Vi Nat. Lead... 56 N Y Cent... 98 Nor Pac 126 14, Pacific Mail. 27 Pennsyl. ...117 Reading- ...105 R I & S 184 Do pfd... 6S?4 Rock Isl cm. 15V4 Do pfd... 2SVfe South Pac. . . 73 St. Paul 118 St L&SF2dpf 26 Texas Pac. 18 Union Pac.mH U S Steel. .. 34 Do pfd... 98 Wabash cm. 10 Wabash pf. 17 117 105 68 15 28 73 118 26 127 33 98 17 COTTON MARKET. Month May . July : Aug. Oct. . Open .931b .932b . .930a .933b High 932 935 935 Low 926 930 929 Close. 926-27 930-31 924-26 929 BANK STATEMENT. Reserve Inc. $ 2,575,375 Less U S Inc. 2,593,375 Loans Inc. 7.033,100 Specie Inc. 5,218,400 Legals Inc. 248,600 Deposits Inc. 11,566,500 Circulation Dec 674,400 GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET Month . July . Sept . Corn May . July . Sept . Oats May . July . Sept . Pork May . July . Sept . Open High. Low Close 91a 85 83 67-68 64 a 63b 53 46-ft a 88a 1343 1375 1405-07 837 y. 860a. . 91 -92 93 91 85 83 67 64 63 53 45 37 .85 .83 .67 64 63- .53 ,45 37 84 68 64 63 53 48 38 .1342b 1347 1340 .1370 1380-82 1370 .1400 1410 1400 .840 . 842 837 .860-62b 862-63 S60 .8S0-82b S80-82 877-80 Lard May . July Sc-pt Ribs 877-80 May .720 .765 .770 725-27 120 750-52 745 775 770 720-22 745-47a 770a July Sept rRODl'CE MARKETS. Butter Receipts, 3,694 tubs; cream ery, extra, 30c; price to retail deal ers, 31c; prints, 32c; firsts, 2527c; seconds, 2224c; dairies, extra, 26c; firsts. 2324c; seconds, 2021c; ladles. No. 1, 20c; renovated, extra, 24c; firsts, 2223c; packing stock. 19c. Eggs Receipts, 4,877 cases; miscel laneous lots, cases returned, 13c; cases included, 13c; ordinary firsts, must be 60 per cent fresh, 13c; firsts, whitewood cases and must be 70 per cent fresh, 14c; prime firsts, packed in new whitewood eases and must be 85 per cent fresh, 14 c; extra, specially packed for city trade and must be 'JO per cent fresh, I6c. Potatoes Receipts, 55 cars; choice to fancy, 68 70c; fair to good. 6567c. Veal Quotations for calves in good order were as follows: 50 to 60 lbs weights.-5 5c 60 to 80 lbs, 68c; 80 to 100 lbs. 89c. Dressed beef No. 1 ribs. 15c; No. 1 loins. 17 c; No. 1 round, 9c; No. 1 chuck, 9c; No. 1 plate, 6c. Live poultry Turkeys, per lb, 14c; chickens, fowls, 13c; springs. 13c; roos ters, 7c; geese, $6.007.00; ducks, 12c. Fruits Apples, $2.00 5.00 per brl; 50e$1.25 per bu; bananas, jumbo, per bunch, $1.75; straight, $l.25(Jf 1.50; bou quets, 75c$1.00; cdlls. ll.00CJl.25; lemons, $2.002.25; oranges, $2.40 2.65; grape fruit. $2.003.50; pineap ples, $3.254.50 per crate; Malaga grapes, $3.504.50 per keg. Berries Cranberries, Cape Cod, $7.00 8.00 per brl; boxes, Jerseys, $3.00 4.25; strawberries, Louisiana, 50c$1.60 per.24-pt case; $2.003.00 per 24-qt case. Beans Pea beans, hand picked, choice, $2.28 0 2.30; common, $1.95 3 2.10; lower grades, depending en quality, $1.501.55; brown Swedish, $1.4511.85; off grades. $1.25 1.50; limas, Califor nia, per 100 lbs, spot. $5.05. Green vegetables Asparagus, $2,00 5.00 per box; beets. $1.00 3.00 per brl; cabbages, 50c$1.25 per brl; carrots, 3080c per sack; cauliflower, $1.00 2.75 per crate; celery, $4.q04.75 per crate; cucumbers, 75c$1.40 per doz; eggplant, $1.00 2.00 per crate; garlic, 5 4. 6c per lb; horseradish, 65c per bunch; lettuce, $.007.00 per brl; leaf, 5c per crate; mushrooms, 3550c per box; radishes, home grown, 1550c per doz; string beans, green, $1.503.OO per box; wax. $1.504.00; onions, 75c85c per bu; spinach, $1.502.50 per brl; tomatoes, $1.50 0 2.50 per crate; turnips, 60 75c per sack; watercbress, 1020c per crate. GRAIN MARKET. Chicago. April 11. Carlots today: Wheat, 9 cars; corn, 110 cars; oats, 169 cars; hogs, 7,000 head. Chicago, April 11. Estimates Mon day: Wheat, 17 cars; corn. 75 cars; oats, 144 cars; hogs, 33,000 head. Chicago, Aprll-1. Clearances today. Wheat and flour. 190,000 bu; corn, 38.000 bu; oats, 1,000 bu. Northwent Cars. Receipts. Ship. Duluth 30 45 163 Minneapolis .133 202 2S7 Chicago 9 22 24 Southwestern Markets. Receipts. Ship. Minneapolis. to-Jay ...145,000 66,000 Last year , 304,000 62.000 St. Louis, today ...... 15.000 27,000 Last year 33,000 45,000 Primary Market. Receipts. Ship. Wheat, today ,.242;000 215,000 Last week 395,000 180.000 Last year 674,000 429,0000 Corn, today ...303,000 337,000 Last week ....... .417,000 371,000 Last year 463,000 935,000 124 57 9 . . - h 16 24 44 56 98 125 ran SIONS Special Wire to The TIMES LIVERPOOL MARKET. Liverpool, April 11. Wheat closed one-half penny higher; corn, closed one eighth penny higher. LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Union Stock Yards. AnHl 11 TTrtr receipts, 7,000; left over, 455; market 5c higher. Light, $5.70 to 6.15; heavy, $5.60 to 6.15; mixed, $5.70 to 6.20; rough. $5.60 to 5.80. Cattle, rpr-pints. 400; market steady.; Sheep receipts, i.uuu; marnei steady. Hosts Cattle Sheen. Omaha 5,000 1M 600 Kansas City ....4,000 500 500 Union Stock Varfl Anrd 11 TTftora close active, 5c higher. Light, $5.70 to 6.20; heavy, $5.60 to 6.20; mixed, $5.70 to 6.2.5; rough. $5.60 to 5.80. Cattle and WEATHER FORECAST. Illinois Fair tonight and Sunday, ex, cept possibly showers extreme south; rising temperature Sunday. Missouri Fair tonight; Sunday in creasing cloudiness and warmer with probably showers south and .central. Lower Michigan, Wisconsin and In diana Fair tonight and Sunday ris ing temperature Sunday. Minnesota Fair tonight and Sunday;' rising temperature. Iowa Fair tonight and Sunday; ris ing temperature Sunday and west to night. Dakotas Fair tonight and Sunday; warmer tonight and east Sunday. Montana. Fair tonight and Sunday; warmer southeast tonight. Nebraska Fair, warmer tonight; Sunday increasing cloudiness with war mer east. Kansas Increasing cloudiness with showers tonight or Sunday; warmer to night. HEARD ON THE BOURSE. Bache Realizing yesterday brought easier prices. We believe higher prices will be seen later on however. Logan Prices for wheat at this level look a great deal safer to buyers than a week ago and altogether there is a more friendly feeling to the buy ing side. Clement-Curtis This dry area In Western wheat belt is serious. Keep long some wheat. Even rains won't smash the new crop months very much. Bartlett We suggest buying corn on any recessions. Prlngle There la promise of small reactions and high cash premiums in wheat for sixty days ahead so that purchase on the weak days. White For the present the wheat market appears to be a broad scalping affair with purchase on good breaks and sales on good rallies advisable. Ware & Leland Weather conditions will be closely watched. It is possible that further advances mty materialize in Which event we look for the re sumption of selling operations In wheat. Miller The figures showing the world's Supply for Mach but confirms us further in the view we have held so strongly that the great preponder ance of known factors Is to the credit of, the bull side. Our Specialty OYSTERS: New York Counts on Half Shell New York Counts Stew from Shell. New York Counts Fry. New York Counts Panned. Highland Clams on Half Shell. Clam Stew. Clam Chowder. Hashed Clams with Cream. Hashed Clams on Toast, FISU. Smelts With Tartar Sauce. Yellow Perch Panned, Delmonico Stylo, Black Bass, Broiled. Boiled Halibut, Egg Sauce. OMELETTES. Oyster Omelette, Green Pepper Omelette. Mushroom Omelette. Tomato Omelette. Spanish Omelette. Egg Foyun, S6 SO. HOHMAN ST. C R. HEXDRIX, PROPRIETOR. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. The students of the Hammond high school believe there are many ways in which the Hammond high school could be beautified, such as decorating the rooms and halls with pictures and by installing better furniture. In the assembly room there Is scarcely any thing lacking, as It has many good pictures, which have been given by different graduating classes and it has also a number of bookcases and a beautiful desk given by the 1907 class. But even If it la not wanting, there are other rooms that are, such as the Eng lish room, German room, and the labo ratories. The halls are also destitute of pictures. It has been subbested that the grados might pitch in ana help in this. Although in the lower hall there are a few busts, the only or nament in the upper hall Is the high school tropy case, in which many beau tiful banners and cups are on display Now as the graduating classes of the past have always given something for the assembly, nd as it is reasonably well provided, it is suggested that those of the future give something to beautify the adjoining rooms, always keeping in mind that It must be some thing appropriate to the room which it will beautify. The pupils are in hopes that it will not be long before a new and up-to-date high school building will be built. Then all thess will be looked after at the beginning with a course in manual training and also a good gymnslum. As for the location, Harrison Park has been pro posed. It would be far enough away from town, and a handsome buildings would help to beautify the park. It would also be near the athletic grounds. Yon could not . sell gold dollars tor 00 cents unless the people know yon have them for sale. Advertise In the Times. SIFISB MALE HELP WASTED. WANTED Bushelman young man will pay $12 for a good one. Ad dess "Bushelman," care Times. ll-2t WANTED Agents for Kerosene, In candescent Mantle Lamp; twelve times cheaper than gas, seven times cheap than ordinary kerosene lamp. Continental Co., 335 Broadway, New York. 3-2S-SS FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED Good girl for general house. Apply 1111 Beacon street, East Chicago, lnd. ll-3t WANTED Womon for general house work. Apply 3 Webb street. 10-3t WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply 384 South Hohman St. 9-6t SITUATION WANTED. WANTED Situation by young girl; housework or as nurse girl. Address E. T., Lake County Times. 10-U WANTED Situation; strong girl wish es a place to work; housework. Ap ply 58 Gostlin street. 102t FOU SALE. FOR SALE 18 acre fruit and garden farm at Highlands, lnd.; 6 miles from Hammond; fine cherry and apple orchard and all small fruits; large house and good buildings. Apply Mis. Newconib. 11- 3 1 FOR SALE OR TRADE Two acres of good land, about mile from busi ness center; suitable for gardening. Call 244 State street. 11-lt FOR SALE OR TRADE Two acres of good land: about mile from busi ness center; suitable for gardening. Call 244 State street. 4-6-3t FOR SALE Poultry eggs for hatching from hiKh scoring barred Plymouth Rocks; $2.u0 per setting. H. G. Gol gert, 422 Michigan avenue. ll-3t FOR SALE Best bargains in farm lands, improved farms, timber land, grazing lands and business locations, in Marinette county, Wis., and Newaygo county, Mich. For literature call or address . A. .F. Brandt, 52 Doty street, Hammond. 10 -6 1 FOR SALE OR TRADE Market and grocery and stock; must sell on ac count of sickness. 627 E. State St. 10-3t FOR SALE Two six room cottages, 427-42S Reese avenue. Robertsdale. Address 248 Washington Blvd., Chi cago, 111. 8-6t FOR SALE Barred Plymouth Rock eggs, Davis standard bred, heavy laying strain, $1.50 per setting. J. W. O'Brien, Grasselli. 7-8t OR SALE Pair of Shetland ponies, on account of moving: trentle: can be driven by children. 244 State St. -3t FOR SAI-J3 Rose comb black Minorca eiTKS for hatchinff. Thomas tiilboe. Grasselli. Ind. 31-6t FOR SALE Few choice cottages and lots in Dest location in city; cash or easy payments. Phone 3244 or call 213 Ann street after 5 o'clock ia the even ing. 3-10-tI FOR SALE High class Barred Rock poultry; also eggs for settings. W. F. Mashino, 318 Truman avenue, Ham mond, Ind. 3-13-lm FOR SALE Cheap, seven million feet sheeting and all sizes joists and tim bers, kindling, now being wrecked from Hammond Packing Co.'s beef house, Hammond, and from elevator in Chi cago; limited time. Second hand brick, cleaned. $2.50 per thousand. J. G, Ruel, 7300 Stony Island avenue. Chicago: phone Hyde Park 1659. 3-5-tf FOR SALE A numoer of good heavy. Bound, young work horses ard speedy roadsters; also hay, straw and corn lor jess money than can be pur chased In Hammond. Everything guar anteed as represented or money re funded, at Bump-Reid-Weilder barn, Fayette street, near Sclil; phono 3SS1. C. A. Rogers & Co. l-31-6t FOR SALE Good six room house wtta bath; lot 60x90; price $1,500: easy terms. The Hammond-Gary Realty Co. 1-4-tf FOR SALE Large rooming house. 86 22; steam heated; a good investment The Hammond-Gary Realty Co, Itl Six Hohman street. 1-4-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT One largo and one small furnished room with steam heat, ga3 and bath. 130 Russell street. 11-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms with bath. 717 Summer street, upstairs. U-6t FOR RENT Three rooms upstairs a four room cottage and five room brick cottage. Apply 459 Kane ave nue. 11-tf FOR RENT Seven room flat, bath and gas. 351 Walter street; phone 4954. ll-6t FOR RENT Six room flat; all mod ern. Apply 305 State Line, near Douglas street. 10-6t FOR RENT Furnished room; all con veniences; furnace heat; reasonable rates. Call 16 Condit street, second fiat. 20-2t FOR RENT One seven room flat; mod ern improvements; 359 Alice, upstairs. Inquire 405 Sibley. 10-2t FOR RENT Nina room residence fronting on Harrison park; finest lo cation in the city; 100 foot lawn, small fruits,' furnace, bath, basement; rent reasonable; good proposition to desir able tenants. Apply R. E. W.t Times. 10-tf FOR RENT Lower fiat, 730 Sibley St., Six rooms, all modern. Apply 274 Truman; phone 3732. 4-2-tf FOR RENT Three nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping; pri vate bath room, gas. Inquire 27 7 Oak ley avenue. 4-l-tf FOR RENT Desk room with tele phone, electric I'ght, stenographer, etc.; good location, Write Box 298, Gary, Ind. 3-27-tf FOR RENT Pleasant rooms furnished for light housekeeping. 250 Sibley street. 3-13-lm FOR RENT Furnished rooms with board: electric lights and bath; with private family; near street ear line; gentleman preferred. 129 Doty; phone 4893. 3-6-tf WANTED TO BUT. WANTED Improved property for cash; unless you have a bargain to offer do not answer. Address A X, care Lake County Times. 11-4-t WANTED To buy good two or three or four horsepower gasoline engine, cheap. Peter Jansen, Griffith, Ind.r ll-10t ' WANTED To buy five or six room cottage in Hammond; must be reas onable. Address C. E. R., Lake County Times. 10-2t WANTED Modern eight roorA houss must be cheap for cash. Ap.My Boi R-45, Lake County Times. 1-4-tI WANTED The best house that eigh teen hundred dollars will buy; one halt cash. Box G-40, Lake County Times. 1-4-tf WANTED I will buy good saloon for each. A. B. Mann. 127 South Hoh man. 1-4-tf WANT ADS. PERSOKA1- VISIT HAMMOND HORSE MARKET. 369 Calumet avenue, for your horses and mules, also corn, hay and some wood for sale; lots plowed and manure delivered at reasonable prices. ll-4t PERSONAL Lace curtains done up; send postal, will call for them; re liable party; lace curtains a specialty. Mrs. McCay, 109 Indiana Blvd., Ham mond, lnd. ll-6t SCRIVER & GOLDEN, CLEANING AND pressing; goods called for and de livered. Phone 2751. 9-6t FURNITURE BOUGHT SOLD AND Ex changed. 409 Sibley street. 8-6t Does von r SAWiner machlna nrt re pairing If so, call up C. F. Miller, tho sewing machine expert. 241 East State street: phone 2601. WANTED TO RENT. WANTED To rent six room house; immediate possession. Box u-3. Lake County Times. i--tr BOARDERS WANTED. WANTED Boarders. Call at 508 In diana avenue. M. C. McCoy. 7-5t NOTICES. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. In the matter of the Estate of Caro line Wenzel, Deceased. No. 357. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been appointed Admin istratrix of said Estate, by the Judge of the Lake Superior Court. Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. MINA STERNS (Nee Wenzel). Administratrix. Dated April 10, 1908. BARTER AND EXCHANGE One week's Insertion under this head free. You pay two cents for each an swer you receive. FOR EXCHANGE $85 Baldwin piano check. What have you? Address C. S., Lake County Times. 6 REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS HAMMOND. Lot 34, block 4, Stafford & Trank le's addition. Ross McNutt to Leo Pohlplotz $ 200 Lot 17, block 5, C. Hohman's ad dition, Josef Wojcinskl to Sal- vatore Carapagna 1,950 TOLESTON. Lot 8, block 20. C. T. L. & I. Co.'s fifth addition, Selma L. Kohn to Lela Ulrlch 1 Lots 9 to 12. block 12, Oak Park addition, Louisa T. Wilson to Clear Title Land Co 400 Lots 36 and 37, block 3, Wheeler & Petty's addition, Benjamin Lowenmeyer to Minnie J. Find lay . 600 Lot 36, block 3, Wheeler & Pettys addition, Benjamin Lowenmey er to Edward K. Findlay 300 Lot 84, block 3, Wheeler & Petty's addition, Benjamin Lowenmey er to Edward K. Findlay ...... 300 Lots 1 and 2. block 14, C. T. L. & I Co.'s fifth addition, Mae Brade to Morris G. Reiner 1 Lot 21, block 11, Logan Park ad dition, T. A. Kragness to Mary G. O'Connor Lots 54 and 55, block 2, Gruen berg's addition. Paul E. Gruen- berg to Edward Behnke 1 EAST CHICAGO. Lot 32. Ladd & Smith's addition, Clarence C. Smith et al to Paul Beeche : . 250 Lots 2, 13. 15, 31. 37. 38, 39, 59 to -64. 67, Ladd & Smith's addition, Clarence C. Smith to Minnie E. Spear , l In addition to the foregoing trans fers there have been filed for record 3 mortgages. 1 release and" 9 miscellan eous instruments. Higher Court's Record. Snpreine Court Action. The supreme court today handed down the following rulings: 21094. John Pumphrey vs. Bartlett B. Hollls, superintendent. Gibson C. C. Transferred to Appellate court. 21094, Frank W. Weeks vs. Medary M. Hathaway et al. Pulaski C. C. Transferred to Appellate Coutr. 21182. Herman Alerdlng et al. vs. Irene Allison. Hamilton C. C. On ap pellant's withdrawal, waiver, motion, etc., opinion ordered certified down. 5S82. William R. Oglebay. vs. Tippe canoe C. C. Appellant's petition to transfer to Supreme Court denied. Appellant Court Action. The Appellant Court today announced the folloiving decisions and rulings: 6063. Truman O. Boyd et al. vs. State ev rel. Board of Commissioners. Jay C C. Reversed. Babb. J. Roby, C. J., not participating. 6129. Frank Boales vs. The Indian apolis & Eastern Railway company. Henry C. C. Affirmed. Myers, J. 6285. The Standard Cement com pany vs. Maggie Minor, administra trix. Floyd C. C. Revised. Com stock, J. Roby, C. J. and Watson, J., did not participate. C391. American Sheet and Tlnplate company. Oda Bucy. Madison C. C Appellant's motion for certiorari granted. 6093. Joseph Garrick et al. vs. Mary Theresa Garrick et al. Porter C. C. Appellants' motion to file sub stituted transcript granted and same filed. 6445. The United States Fidelity and Guaranty Company vs. American Blower Company. St. Joseph C. C. Appellant's petition granted and cause advanced. 6417. Horace Shopert vs. Indiana National National Bank. Elkhart C. C. Appellee's . petition for . rehearing overruled. Supreme Court Minutes. 21182. Herman Alerdlng et al. vs. Irene Allison. Hamilton C. C. Ap pellants' withdrawal of motion to modify and waiver of right to file pe tition for rehearing etc. New Supmeme Court Suits. 21250. The Southern Indiana Rail way Company et al. vs. Railroad Com mission. Lawrence C. C. Record. Separate and Joint assignments of er rors. In term. Bond. 21251. Evansville & Terre Haute Railroad Company vs. Henry M. Berndt administrator. Posey C. C Record. Assignment of errors. In term. Bond. . Wise Advice. If duty becomes laborious, do Jt more frequently; if doubts disturb and torture, face them with more earnest thought and deeper study; if love be comes a source of care and pain, love more nobly and more tenderly. West cott.' Times.' vrant ads brins results. (RAILWAY TIME TABLE. I Ive. Ar. EtMAa Hmd. Chi. J. AJU. P.M. G C. L. 5.46 7.00 Penn.. 6.60x 6.45 Monon. 6.10" 7.10 Erie... 6.12 7.12 L. a. 6.13x 7.12 Wab'sh 6.16 7.15 IL C, 6.20 7.15 L, S.. .20xl 7.35 M. G... 0.40 7.30 K P.. 6.40 7.40 Penn.. 6.42 7.45 L. 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Monday -sSunaay only. i IVU Indiana Har- i Banks are becoming more and more the custodians of the funds of ttte people, of both large and small means. This is due to a wider apprecia tion of the value of banking service, as its usefulness is extended and Its; methods become better known. In the case of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANIC The Best service is assured. Its officers aim Inevery way to protect the interests of its patrons, making use of every means of precaution. Its up-to-date system of accuracy, promptness and the same careful attention to large or small depositors, your account. It is a safe bank. It is poor, men, women and children. IF YOU ARE SICK AND GIVEN UP ALL HOPE OF EVER BEING WELL AGAIN, CALL IN AND TELL ME ABOUT IT. I HAVE CURED MANY SUCH. IF I CAN NOT HELP OR CURE YOU, I WILL TELL YOU SO PROMPTLY AND CHARGE YOU NOTHING FOR THE ADVICE. . J : A. "A AviV7t r3'V '' KHtV - ' . v. .1- jff Byslclan cannot cure, call and case successfully I will tell you the advice. STOMA (TFT TT? flTT"RT.F,R If a bloated condition of the stomach m rx wr can give you prompt relief and a thorougn cure. DISEASES OF7 IVIB-V. MEN -You are to be the fathers of the coming generation-LLKE BEGETS LIKE. Don't be guilty of handing down to your off -spring- diccQcoo nr nroalrnosspR hrnnpht on hv our own visciousnBS or 1 frn nr. ance. If you have already made now to aavise ana cure you. DISEASES OF WOMEN Women and girls suffering with ill health" are at greatvdisad vantage, being unfit to become companions, sweethearts, wives or mothers. If you want to become healthy and happy coma'to me. It will advise you free. i TIRED FEELING I find BO many people who complaimof 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- I timiallv hplrnr rUstiirhfid hv dreams. I can fl.lwn.vs heln thnsw faai . . , . i , v. promptly ana cure laem in euuri. tima. NERVOUS DISEASES I rat the various vphages of.-nervoas Jis-. eases in men and women. If you are troubled ;with Loss of Memorr, 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 j I will tell you what can be done for you. MODESTY Many times people suffer untold agony frora, ailments of whlchi through modesty they dare not epeak 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 one about It. You can depend on getitng the best possible advice and treatment, and every-, thing- will be strictly confidential. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES treated with-remarkable results. EPILEPTIC FITS 1 have cured many cases. CATARRH 1 treAt Catarrh in the most rational- way by correct ing the blood. . CONSTIPATION AND PILES treated and cured. KIDNEY DISEASE If you have any difficulty with; your Kldnevs, or Bladder call and get my opinion. RHEUMATISM I et Rheumatism very successfully. PURE MEDICINES I furnish all medicines so that I may know them to be pure and just what I want my patients to have. Office Hours 8 to 12 a. el, 1:S0 to 5, and 7 to 8:30 p. n. Sun day Hours, 9 to 12. Dr. Jo F7. RUCKEL, The Specialist Over Gaiety Theater, 9207 Commercial Ave., Near 92nd. St. So. Chicago. B RESULTS COUNT Cl RC UL ATI OJS MEANS RESULTS ADVERTISING RATES UPON TELBPHONE 111 '.Jj t J 'tsur-T-' T I 1 1 YOU ARE WELCOME to come In at any time and let us explain our method of advancing money to people that do not have the security that a bank de mands. You can borrow from us if you own a piano, household goods, horses, wagons, live stock, etc We treat your business as con fidential. We leave the security In your possession. We allow you a rebate If you pay your account sooner than tho time contracted for. If you owe any one else wo will pay them and advance you more money, besides. You will find It more conveni ent to deal with us than with people who are not able to look after your wants as promptly ad we are. Hammond Lean .nd Guarantee C3. 145 SO. HOHMAN STREET. Phone 257. Over Model Clothlera. Open evenings except Wednes days and Thursdays. makes It a desirable place to keep a bank for all the people rich and DISCOURAGED AND HAVE ABOUT I have been asked many times why I located here instead of down town in the main business center. I considered that matter Try I a) avon tta a n n I cided that I could get all the pa- H iienis nere mat i couia attend to, and have proven such to be the lath x luuiu uu uu xiiuia il uuwu town. My expenses are so much ,eS3 tere that 1 can afford to treat people for about one-half the amount I would be compelled to eMail C,V. t n a irrt lea 1.... ,1 enough so that it has become an M inaepenaeni Dusiness center, witn a great future before it. Below. I mention a few of the more common ailments which I treat, not having room for all.. If you have any disease that your H consult me. n i cannot nanaie your: so promptly and charge nothing for, H you feel depressed after meals, with and bowels, with belching gas, iy those mistakes come to me, I knowj - . , ! LAKE COUNTY 1 liY-E-,9 CIRCULATION 10,000 THAT OUOHT COUNT TO APPLICATION 1