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THE TIMES. Tuesday, 'April 14, 1908. .FROM .NEIGH BORING TOWN AND CITY CROWN POINT NEWS Take Home Prisoners. . Sheriff Carter and Deputy ' Trost were In Hammond . yesterday and re turned last evening with seven prison ers whose trials had been heard in the superior court. Nellie Williams, alias "Little Bit," the dusky wench from Gary, was sentenced to sixty days im prisonment and will serve her time in the county bastile here. Sam Shunk, the man whom she assailed, was also brought down and will serve out his fine and costs for carrying concealed weapons. New Term Next Monday. The county clerk's office is busy this week getting the new bar docket for the April term of the Lake circuit court. The term will start on Monday, April 20. Owing to the inconvenience in transporting law books, ftc. from the vaults to the town hall, two rooms will be temporarily fitted up on the second floor of the court house. This plan has been agreed upon by all par ties concerned and they all look for ward to the time when they will be permanently installed in their new quarters. Moon & Hale, the paving contractors, started their work here on Main street and hope to finish the part they grav elled in a short time. MIS3 Charlton and sister, with- two charges, leave this week for Chicago en route for New York, from which port they sail on May 2 for a two years visits in England and Europe. They leave many friends who will miss them but they all Join In wishing them bon voyage. Miss Ruby Brown and her mother "were called to Laporte last week on account of the serious illness of Mrs. Brown's sister, but will return today Is passed. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones of Court street spent the week end with friends In Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pierce visited over Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shortridge on East ' street. Miss Marie Hansen, the librarian, re turned to her duties yesterday after an absence of several days, during which time she visited relatives and friends in Hammond and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Piepho of Brunswick were in the county seat yesterday on business connected with the estate of Mrs. Plepho's father, the lata Dr. Gro man. L. Henderlong, the lumber man, transacted business in Chicago yester day. ' Miss Helena Mundt was a Chicago : visitor yesterday In the interests of her millinery business. "Work was commenced yesterday on the Greisel store front, which will be ; remodeled and new plate glass put in. Mrs. W. A. Scheddell and Mrs. Mar ble were Chicago visitors yesterday. Ed Knight was in Gary yesterday making a map of East Gary, which comprises ten sections of land east of '. Gary proper. They are getting ready to incorporate and Its limits have to be ; determined before doing so. Mrs. Brenner and two daughters, liv ing on Grant street, were visiting with friends and shopping in Chicago, yes terday. Gene Crowell was in Hammond over seeing his bridge contracts there. William Vansciver was a Chicago visitor yesterday. Elmo Mann, Milo Burge and 'William Nicholson were transacting business , In Hammond yesterday. Mrs. Dr. Blackstone and daughter, Ella, returned yesterday from a visit with her mother, Mrs. Hawkins, living east of town. ST. JOHN. John and Jacob Trinen from Scherer ville spent Sunday afternoon with friends in St. John. John Scheldt from South Chicago spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, jr. William Segers from Hanover Prairie Was a St. John business visitor Monday. Mrs. Andrew Bruchman and children from Hammond left for their , home Monday, after visiting with their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Spieler on Hanover Prairie. . The St. John base ball club was or ganized Sunday and practice was at once begun. The C. M. Benevolent society will Tiold their regular meeting at Ham mer's hall Tuesday, April 14, at 7:30 p. m. The farmers started with full form Monday morning, with "their spring work. Henry and Frank Schilling from Schererville, were visitors here last Sunday. John Mattiwig left for Olachama, Friday transacting business for the Graser Tank works of East Chicago. Mike Klitch and Mr. Green of Ham mond transacted business at Toleston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sltler of Hessville Spent Sunday here. Albert Watts of Ross spent Satur day here thf guest of Wm. Elven. LOST Somewhere between Hammond and Indiana Harbor, Friday, April 3, certificate, of baptism, issued to Evelyn Marlon Krotipa and also a certificate Issued to James Kroupa. Liberal re ward If returned to Lake County Times ofTloe. 4-13-2t P.fn Hayes and Guy Clark of Crown Point spnt a short time here Satur day in Mr. Hayes new automobile. Frank Clary of Chicago spent Sun day here the guest of Wm: Connors. Mr. and Mr?. J. C. Seberger were vis itors at Schrreviile . Mrs. Anton Euler and daughter, J I Laura, are spending a few days the I euests of relatlvAS at Phtmo-n Frank Weyre, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weyre and Miss Bertha "Weyre attend ed services at Toleston Sunday. Messrs. Jacob and Math School of Schereville were Sunday visitors here. Mrs. Kraay spent Saturday at Ham mond. Mrs. Christ Lohman and mother, Mrs. Ressig, spent Saturday at Toleston. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schoon spent Sun day at Hessville with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. , T. Reiland spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Lu dolph at South Chicago GRIFFITH. . Mrs. Lace of Hobart is visiting at the home of her brother, C. M. Barney, for a few days. ' Ed. Blodgett of Chicago is here for a week's visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. August Ludtka returned last evening from a short visit with relatives at North Judson. MONON. Mary Reams and son of near Buffalo, visited relatives and friends here Sun day. Russell Voorhees of Flora, Ind., ls visiting friends and relatives here. S. A. Rose and family are moving their household goods to Lafayette, where they will make their home. . One of the daughters of Alva Craw ford fell on a piece of glass and seri ously cut her chin, .Monday evening. I. Barlow was a business caller In La fayette Sunday. EAST GHlCAGQjjNDlANA HARBOR News for this column Trill be re ceived at the Sidney Teaco drag store and the Beehive, care of Morris Katz, In East Chicago and the real estate office of Charles E. Fowler In Indiana Harbor. I. Meyers of Indiana Harbor Sunday evening in Chicago. Judge T. M. C. Hembroff was in Ham mond Monday morning on business. Street Commissioner Bruno Schreiber is making much needed Improvements In the Michigan avenue macadam. The Misses Clara and Edith Wheale spent Sunday in Valparaiso the guests of the mother and sisters of Ira Hein leln. Mr. Heinlein has been working in Indiana Harbor up to a week ago, when he was compelled to return home to be nursed for a threatened attack of typhoid fever. Charles F. Egbert spent Sunday in Chicago. W. B. Van Home and Dr. Ansley have leased the three rooms in the new bank building, corner of Guthrie and Michigan avenue. They figure on moving into their new quarters about the first of May. D. H. Culbertson has gone to Laporte to work. He will probably make that town his home in the future. Miss Clara Bell, who has been ill for some time is reported worse. Laurel Llndquist has gone to Laporte to visit relatives. William Bahn of Valparaiso was in town yesterday. Charles E. Fowler will move his real estate office to the room now occupied by the Indiana Harbor State bank, as soon as that institution takes posses sion of its new building. Julius Co hen will move into the room vacated by Mr. Fowler. Miss Mabel Palmer of East Chicago, who has been sick with typhoid fever for the last four weeks, is out again. Miss Mabel Silverman was the guest of friends in Chicago over Sunday. Mildred Evans is somewhat better but still suffering severely at times. Miss May Davis was shopping in Chicago Saturday. Ed Green was in Chicago Sunday . A large crowd attended the Whiting roller skating rink Sunday evening. Sidney Veaco and wife were in Chi cago over Sunday visiting friends. Louis Rittenberg visited his brother in Chicago Sunday. Dave Williams, Ed Reil and Pat Mc Shane attended the theater in Chicago Sunday evening. Misses Lottie and Belle Donovan spent Sunday with friends in South Chicago. - Miss Celia Cohen was In Chicago Sat urday. The Bluma lodge held a regular meeting Sunday night in Weiland's hall. Tonight will be held the regu lar meeting of the Odd Fellows. Roy Clinton is slated to take the second degree. The Ladies' Aid society of the East Chicago Congregational church will meet with Mrs. Fred Hascall, 4016 Todd avenue, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The annual Easter sale and supper which will be held In the Elks hall, has been postponed until April 21. Raleigh Heath of Chicago spent Sun day with his mother at Monticello, Ind., who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hutton. EASTER MILLINERY. Ladies, if you need a hat this sea son do not fail to see Mrs. Blum enthal's large variety. You will save money buying of her because she has no store expense. A pres ent of a beautiful Easter bouquet given with very sale. MRS. BERTHA BLUMENTHAL. 137th St., near Fir. Ind. Harbor, Ind. CARL ANDERSON GENERAL CONTRACTOR Building and Sidewalks A SPECIALTY Telephone I. II. 662. Res. C21. GARY NEWS Odd Fellows' Entertainment. The Gary Odd Fellows have made ar rangements to give a series of eight entertainments beginning with the one on April 21. At the first one the Bar nard family of musicians and Miss Nellie Flannery, an elocutionist will be the main attraction. $75,000 Parochial School. Father Jensen of the Catholic church is planning to construct in the near future a $75,000 parochial school build ing on the church property at Sixth and Polk streets. For the the 'building will also be used for a cnurch as the church is not in a po sition to construct a church building at the present time and the school building will serve both purposes. Saloonkeepers To Meet. The regular meeting of the Saloon keepers association will be held Mon day, April 19 in Bennet's hall. It has been rumored about for some time that they Intended to take concerted action against the prohibition wave that Is sweeping the country. This, however, is denied by many of the leading mem bers that is even contemplated in Gary to their knowledge and if there is any it has not gained much headway. Case Is Continued. The Cortez-Valesco case which real estate dealers were charged with sell ing lots in Gary to foreigners and then turning over to them abstracts for lots wnicn tney had never shown them and which they didn't buy, came up before Judge Fitzgerald yesterday afternoon. Part of the evidence was heard and the case was then continued until next Monday. Miss Marie McKenna, Miss Lottie and Belle Donovan spent the evening, Sat urday, roller-skating at San Souci park. The Eisler case, in which the de fendant is charged with violating the pure food law has been set for next Saturday afternoon before Judge Hu ber. It is probable that the defendant will demand a Jury trial. The police of Gary wish to announce through Thh Times that they desire to enter Into a contest with any team of men of any or all the police forces in the county to determine the champion revolver shot of the county. The locals believe that In Martin, Dowllng and Law they have a combination that can't be beat by any three policemen In this section of the state. The men are anxious to try out with any three on the other forces and particularly Ham mond. An effort will be made to have an annual "shoot", for policemen of the county. Upon agreement it has been decided that the local barber shops will close after May 1 on Sunday. Ever since Barber shops have been located in Gary they have been kept open until noon on the Sabath and this practice will be discontinued. Sheriff F. S. Carter passed through Gary yesterday on his way to Miller wnere ne spent the day visiting friends iviiss imma North and mother of Miller spent the day in Gary yester day visiting friends. C. H. Maloney, the plumber left for Bremen ana Elkhart. Ind.. this after noon where he will spend several days on Dusiness. Attorney J. Glenn Harris was In iviuier toaay on business. W. G. Smith, the local barber, spent me aay in Chicago yesterday on busi ness. George Golding, a national figure In union labor organizations. Rnnt day in Gary yesterday in an attempt iu ena tne ainerences exisitlng be tween the teamsters and team owners HOBART. Jake Kramer is having a cement sidewalk built In front of his Main street property. Fred Kaske visited with friends at Clark, Sunday. The explosion at Aetna yesterday morning was plainly heard here and the shock caused all the buildings In town to shake for a few seconds but no damage was done. William Tyler was a visitor at Val paraiso yesterday. A pleasant birthday surprise party was held last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Emma Coleburn in honor of her 49th birthday anniversary. About twenty-five neighbors and friends were present. Mrs. Carl Sampelson was a Valpa raiso visitor yesterday. Miss Fonetta Newcomb, who has been visiting here at the home of Mrs. Roda T.oothill, for several weeks, returned to her home in Atwood, Ind., yester day. Attorney and Mrs. R. R. Peddicord were guests of friends at Valparaiso yesterday. Miss Minnie Busse went to Chicago yesterday to visit friends for a few days. The citizens of New Chicago will soon petition the county commission ers to incorporate their village. Fred Knight, sr., who was quite bad ly hurt last Saturday in a runaway, is Improving nicely. Before purchasing your Easter Hats, don't fail to see the beautiful display at Riffey & Laughlin's, Hobart. Ind. Bottom prices. 4-13-6t. LOWELL. Mrs. Len Tillotson has returned from an extended visit with her daughter. Mrs. Douglas Lawrence at St Louis. Mich. Mrs. Elmer Hayden has returned from Elsmore, Kan., where she went to see her sister, Mrs. Jess Stowell, who is very sick with cancer. She brought back two of Mrs. Stowell's children. Glenn Johnson, of Michigan City, vis ited his brother, H. M. Johnson, cash- ier In the State National Bank and family here. The shock of the explosion which oc curred at Aetna Monday was plainly felt here, shaking the houses and windows nearby, frightfully our peo pie considerably. The grass is beginning to look nice and green and it will not be long be fore the lawn mowers will have to be brought Into use. Word is received here that Hal Vlant and Clyde Hill with their wives, who left here a few weeks ago tor Mexico, are at Tacoma, Wash. They did not like Mexico so they pulled up stakes and went to Tacoma, Clyde's old home. Mrs. H. S. Love will leave in a few days for Blessing, Tex., for an extend ed visit with her son, Archie and fam Hy. WHEELER. Glen Burge, who recently signed up with the base ball league of Van Wert, Ohio, is home visiting at present. Quite a large crowd turned out Mon day evening to practice yells for the coming oratorical contest at Valparaiso this coming Saturday evening. A great deal of interest was manifested. An other meeting for the same purpose will be held Wednesday evening at the school house. The high school and the third room enjoyed a pleasant afternoon at the woods Monday afternoon. MERRILLVILLE. Henry Burge and wife of Hammond were visitors here yesterday. Floyd Pierce spent the week end with his family. Arthur Merrill and wife returned to South Chicago. Sam White is somewhat improved. Postmaster Wayman and wife were the guests of Alfred Phillips and family yesterday. DYER. William Baumelster of Chicago was here Sunday, the guest of his father-In law ll. Overhage and family. Messrs. Frank Hilbrick from Chicago Heights, and brother Edward from Chi cago stopped off here for a short time between trains, Sunday afternoon. John Klein, who had been ailing somewhat lately, was seriously ill Sun day morning, but at this writing is somewhat better. Mrs. Helen Austgen and her sister from Hammond visited at the home of N. G. Austgen and family, here Sunday. A number of friends of the late John Klein, sr., who died at his home in Strassburg, Friday, attended his funeral which took, place there Monday. Jos. Austgen of Hammond Bpent Sun day here with relatives. Peter Cope and daughter, Mary of Sherervllle, spent Sunday afternoon here in Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stommel took a drive to Hobart Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Another Important land deal was brought about through Mrs. H. Batter man and W. N. Gettler, last week. The farm of P. Klassen, consisting of 156 acres was sold to Geo. Nondorf for the consideration of $11,700 and' was a cash deal. About 6 o'clock Monday morning a heavy jar was felt throughout our town, causing windows and doors to rattle, presumably caused by an ex plosion somewhere. CLARK STATION. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hollensen, Mr. and Mrs. L. Liendke, Mrs. Ida Maloney, Wil lie and Eddie Maloney, Mrs. R. Schoe Ing, Mrs. R. Brady, Christ Hollensen, Mr. and Mrs. F. Neiry, Bernice Niery, Martha, Lauretta and May Hollensen, Carl Behn, Master Walter and Martin Behn, Misses Alvina and Amelia Behn, Mrs. A. Heimke attended the confirm ing party of Miss Edna Behn of South Chicago. M. O'Herrin spent the afternoon at East Side. Masters John Kusic, Martin Walsh, Frank Sherer, A. Niemans, Martin Behn and Walter Behn attended the vaude ville show at the Gaiety. The confirming which took place at Toleston at the Lutheran church Sun day was well attended. The children of Clark who were confirmed had par ties which were well attended. S. U. La Bounty of Woodward was attending to business matters here. Mrs. F. Behn and son Elmer, and Mrs. A. Luck and Miss Lydia Luck attended the confirming party of friends at Ross. G. Keckeisen and J. Hansen of Chi cago attended to business matters here. J. Coleman of Chicago spent the day with Clark friends. Fred Schreiber of Chicago spent the day with relatives here. RENSSELAER. Rev, G. H. Clark, is attending a con vention of the Christian church at Kentland. John Barce has gone to Berton coun ty, where he will go to work. Miss Juno Kamal has returned from a visit to Kingman, Ind. Mrs. Ed Randle and son have gone to Hope, Kas., for a visit with rela tives. Mrs. George Ketchum has returned from a winter's so-journ in Califor nia. Clyde Conllss returned yesterday to Kankakee where he Is engaged In the painting business. Jesse Cover and wife of Oklahoma. are visiting relatives here. . Nell Moody has returned to her school work at Oxford, having been called home by the death of her brother, Tom. Have you ever tried an ad in The Times? Try one and aee the results. WHITING NEWS Hammond Man Gets It. Charles Gills of Hammond has pur chased the blacksmith shop of Peter Hayes on New York avenue, taking possession yesterday. Hr. Hayes has not yet decided what vocation he -will follow. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Harr moved yes terday from the Pedersen block to their home In New York avenue which they have recently purchased. Jerry O'Neii was the guest of friends in Austin Sunday. Mrs. John Hannephin and Miss F. H. Stewart spent Sunday with the for mer daughter. Mrs. Kathryn Spring of Austin and Harry Hannephin of Chi cago. P. J. Curtain has purchased the building of the Standard Oil company which was used as a store house for the carpenters and painters of the con cern and, moved It to the rear of his house for a kitchen. Mrs. William Brockus of East Chi cago was a Whiting visitor Sunday Frank Ryan was the guest of rela tives in Chicago Sunday. The Whiting high school celebrated their victory at the Lake County Ora torical contest by holding a picnic in Robertsdale park yesterday afternoon. This means was used in preference to the students going to the other schools in a body as Is usually the custom. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Obenshain and daughter, Helen and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas of Park Manor saw Rlngllng Brothers circus in Chicago Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beaublen and daughter Elnore, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rich at their home In Englewood. A large class were confirmed at the German Lutheran church Sunday morn Ing by Rev. Ph. Wille. The crowd con sisting of friends and relatives of the members began to gather early and by the time services begun there was not an empty seat In the church. The mem bers constituting the class were five girls and five boys, they being: Laura Trowe, Elsie Shimlnsky, Martha Lehr, Hilda Ahlgren and Anna Sass, Law rence Smith, Ernest Vater. William Paschew, Charles Benson and Arthur Sass. The young ladles were drpsnM In snowy white with wreaths and veils and carried boquets, while the bovs wore black suits and carried testa ments. The church was decorated with potted plants and cut flowers present ing a most beautiful spectacle. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bukowski of New York avenue are the proud parents of a little son and Mr. and Mrs. Rav .t lowers of a little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. John Nyhoff and daugh ter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Henry Gillmurray since Saturday, re turning home yesterday morning. ROBERTSDALE. The Easter program which was to be given at the church Sunday. April 19. has been postponed for one week, ow ing to the communion service which will be held for the catechetical class next bunaay. ihe faster program will be given Sunday, April 26. John Blaul of Roberts avenue visited relatives in Brighton Park, 111., Sun day. Mrs. E. A. Mizo of Chicago was the guest of her sister, Mrs. A. Roberts and Mrs. William Grisdale, the fore part of the week. Misses Burnett, Bohan, Hubbard and Hooper spent Saturday visiting in Chi cago. No services were held at the Evan gelical church Sunday. Rev. W. H. Haulmhuber is attending the annual conference which convenes at Chats- worth, 111., this week, under the super vision of Bishop W. Horn, D. D.. of Cleveland, O. Mrs. "William Dunn visited her daugh ter Alice, at the South Chicago hospital last evening. She reports her as im proving very slowly. Mrs. William Beisen entertained a number of relatives and friends at her home In Indiana boulevard in honor of her daughter, Hilda, who was con firmed Sunday. Frank BuckowskI of Chicago was a Robertsdale visitor Sunday. Misses Ida Holman and Clara Schmlt- tle spent the day visiting in Chicago. Mrs. Allen and sister, Miss Clara Schmittle, were Chicago shoppers Sat urday. Mrs. Landon and son, Arnold, visited relatives in Blue Island over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fasse of Roberts ave nue visited friends in Chicago over Sunday. The Senior choir of the Evangelical church met Saturday evening at the church to practice for the Easter ser vices. David Hetchman of Roby, who Is employed as a carpenter at the Illinois Steel company at Gary, had the mis fortune to have his leg severely crushed while at work Saturday. He was removed to the South Chicago hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schaaf, sr.. and family spent Sunday visiting relatives In Chicago. HEGEWISCH. Mrs. John Dehlin and Miss Hannah Paulson called on friends in Burnham today. Claude Collins has taken a nosltion with McCord & Company of Chicago. Mrs. Allen McDonald was a Chicaeo shopper Monday afternoon. The two-story frame lodsrina: honso on Ontario avenue which has been no. cupied by Hungarians, caught fire last Sunday evening, ine origin of the fire is unknown. . W. P. Renhoff, who has been seri ously ill with typhoid pneumonia, was reported this morning as being on the road to recovery. The citizens of Burnham are becom- oes not Color the Mair Stops AYER'S HAIR VIGOR La County Title 1 ABSTRACTERS Abstracts Furnished at Nominal Rates P. SL MOTT, President FRANK HAMMOND, Vie. Pres. J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary A. H, TAPPER, Treastrrer Secretary's Office in Majestic Bid. HAMMOND CITIZENS' STATE BANK OF INDIANA HARBOR P. J. Harmon, Pres. D. L. Harmon, Cashier. John . Traeger, V. Pres. Capital and Surplus $35,000.00 The accounts of firms, corporations and individuals respectfully solicited We assure you that every courtesy consistent with sound and prudent banking will be extended to you 3 per cent, on Savings Accounts. Q MODERN EQUIPMENT EUROPEAN PLAN GEORGE O'DONWELL iVlA.IVA.aER A. IND PROPRIETOR GARY, - . INDIANA THE HAMMOND DiSTILLINO OCX DAILY CAPACITY 3S,000 GALLONS. Ing very enthusiastic over election af fairs and as the parties are pretty evenly balanced it would be difficult to make a safe guess as to who will win. Fred Eckstrom was a Chicago busi ness visitor yesterday. Mrs. J. S. Doe will entertain the Park Avenue club at her home, 220 Park avenue, tomorrow afternoon. Miss Edna Oder has returned from a visit with friends In Hammond, where she attended the oratorical contest. Carl Hohwy was a Chicago visitor Monday. A Nickel Plate engine and coal car were derailed near the crossing yes terday morning and it was by the greatest miracle that the engineer es caped with his life, as the engine turned completely over on its side. Mrs. Edward Hurd is reported quite ill at her home on Howard and Center avenues with an attack of the grip. Mrs. James Scott and Mary Powell, who accompanied Mr. Scotts remains to Canada for burial a couple of weeks ago, are expected back home In a few days. HESSVILLE. William Ewe of Gorgona, Panama. called on friends here yesterday. Mrs. Yafferty and Miss Lena GrapD of Chicago spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Grapp, of this place. George Adams of Indiana Harbor was a visitor here Sunday. Herman Bragan and family have moved here from East Chicago. Edmund Piper transacted business in Highlands yesterday. Freddie Muller Is on the sick list. Mrs. Hufty. Millie Thone and Iren Mitchell of Chicago have returned af ter a short visit with friends here. Mrs. Eickner spent Monday with Mrs Gorman here. Mrs. A. Raver and children Monday afternoon In Hammond. CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED with LOCAL, APPI.ip a TiriNa '"0tv.r1acn l? "eat ot tbe dlseaai "",u oiooa or constitutional uiaoc, auu in oraer to cure it you mUSt takA Interna! ramorllo. TT , ,. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and tuts uuculiji on me dioou ana mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular best tonics known, combined with the the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients la nuat v - waw m i vaui(f in curing Catarrh. Send for testl. i X. J. cili x et tu, Jfropa. Toledo, Q. Sold by Druggists, price 76c Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. If the jobber stopped sending; out salesmen how Ions would his business last? It you stop advert Ulne well, flsure oat what will happen. usig & Guarantee Co. t S. A. CULVER, Manager HAMMOND AND CROWN POINT, IND. HO STONY ISLAND. A very pleasant party was given in honor of Miss Irene Shean, Saturday evening. Many games were indulged in after which a dainty luncheon was served. At a late hour all departed for their homes. The pumping station at Ninetieth street. Is one of the six pumps in op eration throughout the swamps. The water has fell several Inches since last Tuesday, when the pump was Just started to run. The chair practice of the Methodis piscopal church was held at the home or jviiss zada Blgelow, Friday even ing. Through the absence of the latt Mr. "William Chapel played Sunday evening. They are earnestly prepar ing for their Easter music Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hardy of Ham mond visited Mr. and Mrs. Nolan of 109. Ninety-third street, Sunday.- William Ulrlch and Roy Ford attend. ed the dance at South End Center Sat urday evening. Mr. Blgelow and family were called; to Van Wert, O., Saturday on account of the illness of Mr. Blgelow's mother. Stella Gavlty of 6601 St. Lawrenca avenue visited Roy Ford of 1115 Nine ty-third street yesterday. Miss Gav lty recently came from Kokomo, Ind. Mrs. Grover Miller is on the sick list. ITCHING SKIN? DOCTOR THE SKIN People Drinking Medicine for the Blood to Cure E ci em a Waste Their Time and Money. When your face Is dirty and grimy, you don't drink water to cleanse it. You wash your face with water and you keep your face clean by washing It with water. Eczema, psoriasis, salt rheum, bar ber's Itch and like skin afflictions are similar to dirt and grime in that they are caused by parasitic germs upon the skin. These diseases cannot be cured by drinking medicine any more than you can cleanse your face by drink ing water. Cleanse the skin of these germs by applying the remedy right where the disease exists and the' skin becomes white and smooth again. ' Otto Negele sells simple oil of winter green, properly compounded with other soothing vegetable remedies in D. D. D. Prescription, as a positive specific for killing the bacilli and germs in the skin. This D. D. D. remedy is not a sticky concoction or a smeary paste. It is a liquid external wash, as easy and simple to use as water. It Is ap plied right where the Itch and sore is. Uused with D. D. D. Soap, it is bound to cure. The first application brings instant relief you will know this the minute you apply the remedy and the skin once cured, stays cured in nearly all cases. Get rid of that itch right now today. The longer yon advertise n good ar ticle In the Times, the easier it Is to sell It.